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arrogate (AIR uh gayt") (verb), arrogates; arrogated; arrogating
1. To claim, to take, to appropriate, or to assume for oneself without a right to do it: Bruce arrogated to himself the powers of a military General in his position as the CEO of the company.

Some presidents have arrogated to themselves the power of Congress to declare war.

2. To assign or to attribute to another person without justification: Judge Hendricks accused Jane of arrogating to herself the power and the right to punish people.
To assume or to claim as one's own.
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To claim or to arrogate another's property.
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This entry is located in the following units: -gate + (page 1) rog-, roga-, -rogate, -rogation, -rogatory (page 1)
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To claim, to take, to appropriate, or to assume for oneself without a right to do so; to unduly claim as one's own. (2)