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dīgredior gressus, ī, dep.

dis- + gradior, to go apart, go asunder, separate, part, go away, depart : Hos digrediens adfabar, at parting , V.: dein digrediens, stepping aside , S.: luna tum congrediens cum sole, tum digrediens: Digredimur paulum, O.: numquam est a me digressus: a parentibus, S.: ab nuntiis, L.: ex eo loco, Cs.: bello e tanto, V.: domo, S.: ambo in sua castra digressi, S.: in urbem ad capessendos magistratūs, Ta.—Fig., to go aside, deviate, depart : nostro officio, T.: de causā: a causā.— To digress : ab eo, quod proposueris: unde huc digressi sumus: ab epistulā digressa est oratio: Post hinc digressus iubeo, etc., V.

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