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rĕdūco
transitive verb III conjugation

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1 to lead back, to bring back
2 to restore
3 to reduce

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ad aliquem reduco = to bring back to someone || ad officium reduco || aliquem ad salutem reduco || calculum reduco || aliquem ad officium reduco || aliquem de exilio or ab exilio reduco || aliquem in regnum reduco || aliquem in gratiam or in gratiam cum aliquo reduco || ad sanitatem redeo or reduco || ad sanitatem reduco (or perduco) || ad officium sanitatemque reduco || Aurora diem reducit || aliquem in memoriam gravissimi luctus reduco || Aeneia regna Parcarum in leges reduco || Caesarem et Pompeium distractos in concordiam reducere || valeat res ludicra si me palma negata macrum reducit || an dubitarem quin is me consulari medicina ad salutem reduceret? || reliquas omnes munitiones ab ea fossa pedes quadrigentos reduco || cinctus togatis quanta reduci Regulus solet turba || catulum lambendo mater in formam quantum capit ipsa reducit


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