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corripiō (conr-) ripuī, reptus, ere

com- + rapio, to seize, snatch up, grasp, collect, take hold of, arrest: quos corripi atque interfici iussit, Cs.: arcum manu, V.: fascibus conreptis, S.: me, to start up, T.: a somno corpus, V.: Flumina correptos torquentia montīs, carried away, V.To carry off, take as plunder, snatch away: in corripiendis pecuniis: effigiem, V.To attack, seize, catch, sweep, carry away: flamma Corripuit tabulas, V.: morbi Corpora corripiunt, V.: imber (segetes), O.To contract, shorten: numina corripiant moras, O.To hurry over, make haste over: viam, V.: campum, V.To quicken: gradum. H. —Fig., to reproach, reprove, chide, blame: omnes convicio Lentuli correpti, Cs.: correptus voce magistri, H.: hunc dictis, O.: correpti consules cum percunctarentur, under this rebuke, L.To seize upon, attack: hunc plausus Corripuit, V.: correpta cupidine, O.: militiā (i. e. militiae studio), V.: imagine visae formae, fascinated, O.

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