Hi! Can anyone tell me what the verb "tendete" means in the sentence below? It seems like Caesar is asking Pompey and Crassus to recognize or respect his authority/command in Gaul, but none of the dictionary definitions of tendere seem to fit this. Anyone know? Caesar Pompēiō respondit, "satis, mī Māgne! ō Crasse, ī ad Parthiam. ō Pompēī, accipe fīliam meam dūcque eam in mātrimōniō. vōs autem imperium meum in Galliā tendete... atque, dēbēmus Cicerōnem pācāre."