Definition of vitio
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Orthography ID = 1017593
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LEM
vitiō, vitiāre, vitiāvī, vitiātus
verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to make faulty, injure, spoil, mar, taint, corrupt, infect, vitiate, defile
  2. [figuratively] to corrupt, falsify, nullify, void
Abbreviations
vitiō āvī, ātus, āre vitium, to make faulty, injure, spoil, mar, taint, corrupt, infect, vitiate, defile: lues vitiaverat auras, O.: amnem salibus, O.: facies longis vitiabitur annis, O.: vina, H.: virginem, to violate, T.

—Fig., to corrupt, falsify, nullify, void: comitiorum significationes sunt vitiatae, falsified: senatūs consulta arbitrio consulum vitiabantur, L.: censum impedire diebus vitiandis, i. e. by declaring void the appointment of a day: Pectora limo malorum, O.
 
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