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ἀναστρέφω turn upside down, upset, Il., Eur., etc.; ἀν. καρδίαν to upset the stomach, i. e. cause sickness, Thuc.:—Pass., ὄρος ἀνεστραμμένον ἐν τῆι ζητήσει turned up by digging, Hdt. turn back, bring back, τινὰ ἐξ Ἅδιου Soph.; ὄμμ᾽ ἀν. κύκλωι to roll one's eye about, Eur.: to rally soldiers, Xen.
2.intr. to turn back, return, retire, Hdt., attic
III.Pass. to be or dwell in a place, Lat. versari, ἄλλην γαῖαν ἀν. to go to a place and dwell there, Od.; ἀν. ἐν Ἄργει Eur.:— to conduct oneself, ὡς δεσπότης Xen. revolve, of the sun, id=Xen.
3.of soldiers, to face about, rally, id=Xen.

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