apparatus [2]


apparatus [2]

2. apparātus, ūs, m. (apparo), I) abstr. = die Zubereitung, Zurüstung, Beschaffung, die Anstalten zu usw., operis, Cic.: sacrificii, Sen.: bes. zum Krieg, curam intendere in belli apparatum, Liv.: belli apparatum discutere, Liv.: urbs ipsa strepebat apparatu belli, Liv.: biduum in apparatu morati, Liv.: Plur., tanti erant in oppido omnium rerum ad bellum apparatus, Caes.: apparatus terrestres maritimique, Liv.: belli apparatus refrigescent, Cic. – II) konkr. = die Zubereitung, Zurüstung, Einrichtung, die Anstalten, der Apparat (= die Werkzeuge, Geräte, Maschinen usw.), A) im allg.: tenuiculus, Cic.: Darei, Möbel, Geschirr, Plin.: argenteus, Plin.: belli, Kriegsvorräte, -apparat, -werkzeuge, Liv. (s. Fabri Liv. 21, 49, 7): u. so apparatum incendere, Nep.: omnis apparatus oppugnandarum urbium, Liv.: plenum esse bellico apparatu, Liv.: v. Menschen, dimissus auxiliorum apparatus, Liv. – Plur., apparatus regii, Liv.: alii belli apparatus, Liv.: sacrorum apparatus disicere, Liv.: oneratus fortunae apparatibus suae, mit den äußern Zutaten seines Gl., Liv. – B) insbes.: 1) eig., die glänzende, prächtige Zurüstung od. Ausstattung, die Pracht, der Glanz, Staat, Prunk (in Geschirren, Kleidern, Speisen usw., der Pomp (bes. bei feierlichen Gelegenheiten), apparatus magnifici, Cic.: regius, Cic.: epularum, ludorum venationumque, Cic.: magnifici apparatus ludi, Spiele mit großem Gepränge abgehalten, Liv. – 2) übtr., der Prunk, die glänzende Ausstattung der Rede, dixit causam illam... nullo apparatu, pure et dilucide, Cic.: si minorem habent apparatum (sunt enim exilia), Cic.


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