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συννο-έω ,
A.meditate, reflect upon a thing, “τἀξ ἐμοῦ παλαίφαταS.OC 453, cf. Pl.Smp.220c, Phdr.241c, Lg.712d, PTeb.24.30 (ii B.C.); ς. τί τις χρήσεται think what one can do with it, Pl.Lg.835d:—Med., “ἐν ἐμαυτῷ τι συννοούμενοςE.Or.634, cf. Ion644.
2. make plans, “πάντα -οῦμεν ἐκπράξειν χερίPatrocl.1.5.
II. comprehend, understand, Pl.Tht.164a, al.: c. part., “ς. τινὰ μανθάνονταId.Epin.976b, cf. Plu.Pomp.74: folld. by a relat., ς. ὅτι . . understand that . . , Pl. Plt.280b, Arist.Pol.1284a32; “ς. ὡς . . Pl.Sph.238c, etc.:—Med., Ar. Ra.598 (lyr.).
2. know at the same time, Mich. in EN518.34.
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