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CAP, CIP, CAPUT, CAPITIS

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capitulate

v. To yield; to surrender

recapitulate

v. To summarize briefly

caprice

n. Sudden change of intention; impulsiveness

precipitate

v. To cause something to happen immediately; to speed up

DUC, DUCERE, DUCTUM

TO LEAD

adduce

v. To bring forth as evidence; to use as an example

traduce

v. To say false things in order to harm the reputation of

subdue

v. To conquer or overcome

SERV, SERVIRE, SERVITUM

TO SERVE, TO KEEP

subservient

adj. Willing to obey

servile

adj. Like a slave; too humble

reserved

adj. Keeping one's thoughts to oneself; wirhdrawn

SUP, SOV, SUR, SUPER

ABOVE

sovereign

adj. Having the highest power or authority; ruling

surfeit

v. To fill to excess; gorge

insuperable

adj. Not able to be overcome

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