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ἐκβαίνω 1 2 step out of or off from a place, c. gen., Il., etc.; ἐκβ. ἐκ . . , Thuc.:—absol. to disembark, dismount, Il., etc. go out of a place, c. gen. or ἐκβ. ἐκ . . , Eur., etc.
3.c. acc. to outstep, overstep, id=Eur., Plat. Poets, the instrument of motion is added in acc., ἐκβὰς πόδα Eur.; cf. βαίνω A. II. 3.
II.metaph., come out so and so, come to pass, turn out, Hdt., Thuc.:— to be fulfilled, of prophecies, Dem.; κάκιστος ἐκβ. to prove a villain, Eur.:— τὰ ἐκβησόμενα things likely to happen, Hdt., etc. go out of due bounds, to go far, ἐς τοῦτ᾽ ἐκβέβηκ᾽ Eur.
B.Causal, in aor1 -έβησα, to make to go out, to put out of a ship, Hom., Eur.

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