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  • Latijnnederlands confero conferre, contuli, collatus V TRANS :: bring together, carry/convey; collect/gather, compare; unite, add; direct/aim confero confero conferre
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  • de confero. (2) collātŭs,¹⁶ ūs, m. (confero), combat : B. Hisp. 31, 2 || conférence, enseignement : Censor. 1, 8. collātus, Abl. ū, m. (confero), das
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  • contŭlī, parf. de confero.
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  • collātĭo: (conl-), ōnis, f. confero, I a bringing together, collecting. I Prop., of the standards in war for battle, a hostile meeting: signorum, Cic.
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  • And. 2, 1, 20: cum aliquo consilia conferre, Cic. Phil. 2, 15, 38 (v. confero, I. B.): saepe in senatu consilia versata sunt, Quint. 12, 2, 21; 7, 4,
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  • arrivée favorable || [milit.] : pedem conferre, en venir aux mains, v. confero ; ad pedes desilire Cæs. G. 4, 12, 2, sauter à bas de cheval ; ad pedes
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  • Caes.: committere manum Teucris, handgemein werden (im Kampf), Verg. (vgl. confero u. consero). – 2) das Handgemenge, die Tätlichkeit, Gewalttätigkeit, ad
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  • conjecta Cic. Sest. 40, propos mis méchamment sur le compte de qqn, v. confero S 11 ; causam XII Tab. d. Her. 2, 20, présenter une cause ( Afran. 216 ) ;
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  • collātor: (conl-), ōris, m. confero. I He who bears, brings, places together, a contributor, etc. (ante- and post - class.): symbolarum, Plaut. Curc. 4
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  • collātĭcĭus: (conl-) or -tĭus, a, um, adj. confero, I brought together, raised by contribution, mingled (post-Aug.): instrumenta, Sen. Cons. ad Marc. 10
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  • leur camp près du camp ennemi aux environs de Corbion (4, 32, 6) ; cf. confero S 3 || corporis atque animi potestas inter se conjuncta Lucr. 3, 559, les
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  • munire, Sall.: conferre castra cum hoste, castra oppido, castra castris, s. confero no. I, 4, a, β: castra castris convertere (vertauschen), Caes.: castra habere
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  • (in middle)), Aeschylus, Herodotus down; to bear or bring together (Latin confero), i. e. 1. with a reference to the object, to bring together: τί, συμφέρει
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  • Translator | LSJ contollō,¹⁵ ĕre, tr., arch. pour confero : Pl. Aul. 814. con-tollo, ere, alte Form für confero, hintragen, gradum, sich hinbegeben, Plaut.
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  • collātīvus: (conl-), a, um, adj. collatus, confero, I brought or carried together, collected, combined (very rare): collativum sacrificium dicitur, quod
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  • change of m into n before all the remaining consonants: concutio, condono, confero, congero, conqueror, consumo, contero, convinco; so, conjicio, etc., but
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