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ὑπάγω 1 2

A.trans. to lead or bring under, ὕπαγε ζυγὸν ἵππους bring them under the yoke, Il.; simply, ὑπάγειν ἡμιόνους Od.
2.metaph. to bring under one's power, Hdt., Luc.:—Mid. to bring under one's own power, reduce, Thuc. bring a person before the judgment-seat (the ὑπό refers to his being set beneath the judge's seat), Hdt.; ὑπ. τινὰ εἰς δίκην Thuc.; ὑπ. τινὰ θανάτου on a capital charge, Xen. lead slowly on, to lead on by degrees, τὰς κύνας id=Xen.:— to lead on by art or deceit, Hdt., Xen.; ὑπ. τινὰ εἰς ἐλπίδα Eur.:—so in Mid., Xen.; ὑπ. τοὺς Θηβαίους to win them, Dem.:—in Mid. also to suggest a thing so as to lead a person on, Eur., Xen. take away from under, withdraw, Il.: Pass., ὑπαγομένου τοῦ χώματος Thuc. draw off, τὸ στράτευμα id=Thuc.
B.intr., of an army, to draw off or retire slowly, Hdt., Thuc. go slowly forwards, draw on, ὕπαγ᾽ , ὕπαγ᾽ on with you ! Eur.; ὕπαγε, τί μέλλεις; Ar.:—of an army, to come gradually on, Xen.

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