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σχολή 1

I.spare time, leisure, rest, ease, Lat. otium, Hdt., etc.; σχολὴν ἄγειν and ἔχειν to be at leisure, keep quiet, Eur., etc.; σχ. ποιεῖσθαι to find leisure, Xen.; σχ. λαβεῖν Eur.; σχολή [ἐστί] μοι I have time, Ar., etc.:—with a prep., ἐπὶ σχολῆς at leisure, at a fit time, Eur.; κατὰ σχολήν id=Eur.
2.c. gen. rest from a thing, σχολῇ κακοῦ Soph.; so, σχ. ἀπό τινος Plat.
3.idleness, Eur.
II.that in which leisure is employed, esp. a learned discussion, lecture, Plat., etc.
2.a place for lectures, a school, Arist., etc.
B.σχολῇ as adv. in a leisurely way, tardily, like σχολαίως, Soph., Thuc., etc. one's leisure, i. e. scarcely, hardly, not at all, Soph., etc.; σχολῇ γε id=Soph.:—to introduce an a fortiori argument, εἰ αὗται μὴ ἀκριβεῖς εἰσί, σχολῇ αἱ ἄλλαι if these are not exact, hardly can the rest be so, Plat.

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