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ὑπέχω 1 2 3 hold or put under, ὑποσχὼν θηλέας ἵππους (cf. Virgil supposita de matre), Il.: to hold out the hand to receive something, id=Il., Dem.: to hold a cup under another vessel, while something is poured into it, Hdt., Ar.; ὑπ. μαστόν, of the mother giving suck, Eur. supply, afford, furnish, Pind.; ὑπ. τινί [φόβον] to occasion him fear, Thuc.:— ὑπ. ἑαυτόν submit oneself to another, Xen., Plat. uphold, support, c. acc., Hdt.
2.Lat. sustinere, to undergo, be subject to, suffer, Soph., Eur.; ὑπ. δίκην τινός to have to give an account of a thing, Hdt., attic; ὑπ. δίκην to undergo a trial, Thuc.; ὑπ. λόγον τινί to render account to another, Plat., Xen., etc. sustain, maintain, λόγον an argument, Arist.

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