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cōn-flīgō flīxī, flīctus, ere,

to come into collision, dash together: illae (naves) inter se incitatae conflixerunt, Cs.—To be in conflict, contend, fight, combat: armis: angusto mari, N.: manu cum hoste: cum Antonio, S.: cum rege secundo proelio, L.: adversus classem, N.: adversi venti Confligunt, V. — Fig., to be engaged, be at war: causae inter se confligunt: mens sana cum amentiā.—To dispute, contend: leviore actione: universā ratione cum vestrā confligendum puto.—With acc, to set in strong contrast: cum scripto factum.

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