I.to accept from another, to accept, Il., attic
2.to accept as a teacher, follow, Xen.
3.to admit to one's presence, Plat.
4.to receive favourably, approve, allow, accept, admit
, etc.; οὐκ ἀπ.
not to accept, reject
:—the person from whom one accepts
in gen., ἀπ. τί τινος Thuc.
, etc.; but acc. being omitted, gen. pers. becomes dependent on the Verb, with a partic. added, ἀπ. τινὸς λέγοντος to accept
[a statement] from
him, i. e. to accept
his statements, Plat.
: —absol. to accept a statement, be satisfied
II.to receive back, recover, Hdt., Thuc.