Definition of exsudo, exudo, esudo
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Orthography ID = 2021265
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LNS
exsūdō, exsūdāre, exsūdāvī, exsūdātus
exūdō, exūdāre, exūdāvī, exūdātus
ēsūdō, ēsūdāre, ēsūdāvī, ēsūdātus
ex, sudo, udo
verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to come out by sweating, to sweat out, exude
  2. to discharge by sweating, to sweat out, exude
  3. to perform with sweating or toil, to toil through, undergo
Abbreviations
ex-sūdo (exūdo, ēsūdo), āvi, ātum, 1, v. n. and a. * Neutr., to come out by sweating, to sweat out, exude: exsudat inutilis umor, Verg. G. 1, 88.

— Act., to discharge by sweating, to sweat out, exude. Lit.: cum oliva, quicquid habuit amurcae, exsudavit, Col. 12, 50, 3: acidum liquorem (caseus), id. 7, 8, 4: sucum (arbor), Plin. 24, 9, 37, ยง 57: esudatus liquor, Cael. Aur. Acut. 2, 16, 97.

— Trop., to perform with sweating or toil, to toil through, undergo (= agere, acquirere multo sudore): causas, Hor. S. 1, 10, 28; cf.: ingens certamen, Liv. 4, 13, 4: labores, Sil. 3, 531; Amm. 15, 5.
 
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