Definition of tracto
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Orthography ID = 1016657
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LEM
tractō, tractāre, tractāvī, tractātus
verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to draw violently, drag, tug, haul, pull
  2. to touch, take in hand, handle
  3. to wield, manage, control
  4. [figuratively] to handle, manage, conduct, lead, carry on, practise, transact
  5. to treat, conduct oneself towards
  6. to handle, treat, investigate, discuss
Abbreviations
tractō āvī, ātus, āre, freq. traho, to draw violently, drag, tug, haul, pull: tractata comis antistita Phoebi, O.

—To touch, take in hand, handle: ea, quae tractemus, audiamus: aret Pellis et ad tactum tractandi dura resistit, V.: puer unctis Tractavit calicem manibus, H.: vites tractari tuerique.

—To wield, manage, control: Ceram pollice, O.: gubernacula: tela, L.: speciosius arma, H.: pecuniam publicam: Tractat inauratae consona fila lyrae, plays upon, O.

—Fig., to handle, manage, conduct, lead, carry on, practise, transact: res turbidas, Enn. ap. C.: condiciones, Cs.: bellum, L.: artem, T.: personam in scenā, act: partīs secundas (mimus), H.: quo in munere ita se tractavit, ut, etc., conducted himself: persona, quae minime in iudiciis periculisque tractata est, i. e. is by no means accustomed to.

—To treat, conduct oneself towards: haec arte tractabat virum, Ut, etc., T.: non tractabo ut consulem: liberaliter eos: pater parum pie tractatus a filio: benignius ipsum Te, H.

—To handle, treat, investigate, discuss: oratori omnia disputata, tractata esse debent: tractata res: definitiones fortitudinis: tractatae inter Eumenem et Persea condiciones amicitiae, L.: memori tractandum pectore, to be meditated, Iu.

—To negotiate, treat: de condicionibus, N.
 
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