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ἀντέχω hold against, c. acc. et gen., χεῖρα ἀντ. κρατός to hold one's hand against one's head, so as to shade the eyes, Soph.; c. dat., ὄμμασι δ᾽ ἀντίσχοις τάνδ᾽ αἴγλαν may'st thou keep this sunlight upon his eyes (al. off his eyes), id=Soph. hold out against, withstand, c. dat., Hdt., Thuc.; πρός τινα Thuc.; c. acc. to endure, Anth.
2.absol. to hold out, stand one's ground, Hdt., attic: to hold out, endure, last, Hdt., etc.; of the rivers drunk by the Persian army, to hold out, suffice, id=Hdt.
III.Mid. to hold before one against something, c. acc. et gen., Od.
2.c. gen. to hold on by, cling to, Hdt., attic:—metaph., ἀντ. τῶν ὄχθων to cling to the banks, keep close to them, Hdt.; ἀντ. ἀρετῆς, τοῦ πολέμου id=Hdt.; τῆς θαλάσσης Thuc.
3.absol. to hold out, Soph.
4.c. dupl. gen. pers. et rei, ἀνθέξεταί σου τῶν χρημάτων will lay claim to the property from you, dispute it with you, Ar.

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