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ὑποπίπτω 1 2 3 fall under or down, to sink in, Plut. fall down before any one, c. acc., Plat.: —hence, to be subject to him, fall under his power, Isocr.; of a flatterer, to cringe to, τινί Dem.; c. acc. ὑποπεσὼν τὸν δεσπότην Ar. fall behind another, Dem. get in under or among, Thuc.
III.of accidents, to happen, fall out, Isocr.
2.of persons, to fall under a punishment, c. dat., Plut.
IV.of places, to lie under or below, c. dat., Polyb.

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