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concīdō cīdī, cīsus, ere

com- + caedo, to cut up, cut through, cut to pieces, ruin, destroy: nervos: navīs, L.: magnos scrobibus montīs, to break up mounds, V. — In battle, to cut to pieces, cut down, destroy, kill: multitudinem eorum, Cs.: ab insciis conciduntur, N.To cut up, beat severely, cudgel soundly: virgis plebem: pugnis, Iu.: concisus plurimis volneribus.—Fig., of discourse, to divide minutely, make fragmentary: sententias. —To strike down, prostrate, ruin, destroy, annul: auctoritatem ordinis: Antonium decretis: Timocraten totis voluminibus, to confute.

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