Causal in pres., imperf., fut. and aor1 to make to stand
or to place beside
; παραστήσας τὰ ὅπλα having brought
his arms into view
II.to set before the mind, present, offer, bring home to the mind
, c. inf., id=Dem.
; π. τινὶ θαρρεῖν to give
one confidence, Aeschin.
2.to make good, prove, shew, Lys., NTest.
III.to set side by side, compare, Isocr.
Pass., with aor2, perf. and plup. act., intr., to stand by, beside
; so aor1 pass. part. παρασταθείς
2.to stand by
, i. e. to help
, τινι Il.
II.in past tenses, to have come, be at hand, be present, Il.
III.to come to the side of another, come over to his opinion, Hdt.: absol. to come to terms, surrender, submit, id=Hdt., Dem.
absol., παρεστηκός, ῀ παρόν
, since it was in their power, since the opportunity offered
C.Some tenses of Mid., esp. fut. and aor1, are used in causal sense:
I.to bring forward, produce, Xen.; esp. in a court of justice, Dem.
II.to bring to one's side, and so,
1.to bring over by force, bring to terms, Hdt., Soph., etc.
2.to gain by kindness, win over, Thuc., Dem.
3.generally, to dispose for one's own views or purposes, Hdt.