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congredior gressus, ī, dep.

com- + gradior, to come together, meet, have an interview: Congredere actutum, T.: ubi congressi sunt: coram: cum eo ad conloquium, L.: in itinere, Cs.To meet in strife, fight, contend, engage, join battle: cum finitimis proelio, Cs.: acie, L.: cum fortiore, N.: neque hostem secum congressum, L.: comminus, L.: contra Caesarem: Achilli, V.: locus ubi congressi sunt: cum vellet congrederetur, Cs. — Fig., of advocates, to strive, contend: tecum: mecum criminibus, join issue on the charges.

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