III. One that approves qf a thing, and so gives stability to it ; nopulus fundus factus ess-et, Cic, would have approved oi it. ... 3. Sometimes intrans. with an ablative, sometimes trans, with an accusative. I. To do, perform, execute, administer, discharge, ... hence the proverbs; funem re- ducere, Pers., to change onea#39;s cpinton : ducere, Hor., to command, order: facerAc ex arena, Colum., of an impossibility.
|Title||:||A Complete English-Latin and Latin-English Dictionary|
|Author||:||Joseph Esmond Riddle|