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-lābor lapsus, ī, dep.,

to fall asunder, go to pieces, melt away, dissolve: glacies dilapsa: nix, L.: Volcanus (i. e. ignis), H.: Fibrenus, et divisus aequaliter rapideque dilapsus, flowing apart: ungula in quinos dilapsa unguīs, divided, O.: (Proteus) in aquas dilapsus abibit, melting, V.: dilabente aestu, retiring, Ta. — To move apart, flee, escape, scatter, disperse: exercitus dilabitur, S.: intellegebat (copias) dilapsuras, N.: ab signis, L.: vigiles e stationibus dilapsi, L.: in sua quemque dilabi tecta, L.—To fall to pieces, decay, tumble: (aedes) vetustate dilapsa, L.: cadavera tabo, V.: corpora foeda, O.: fax in cineres, H.—Fig., to go to decay, go to ruin, perish, be lost: male parta male dilabuntur, light come, light go, poët. ap. C.: ne omnia dilabantur, si unum aliquod effugerit: divitiae, S.: vectigalia publica negligentiā dilabebantur, L.: de meā memoriā, vanish: dilapso tempore, in the lapse of time, S.

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