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ē-lābor elapsus, ī, dep.,

to slip away, glide off, fall out, get off, escape: anguis ex columnā elapsus, L.: flexu sinuoso, V.: haec elapsa de manibus nostris: elapsae manibus tabellae, O.: quicquid incidit fastigio musculi elabitur, Cs.: cuspis super galeam elapsa est, slipped, L.: ignis frondīs elapsus in altas, crept up, V.: elapsos in pravum artūs, i. e. dislocated, Ta. — To slip off, get clear, escape: ex proelio, Cs.: telis Achivom, V.: inter tumultum, L.: mediis Achivis, V. — Fig., to slip away, be lost, escape: animus elapsus est Bacchidi, i. e. became estranged, T.: rei status elapsus de manibus. — To get off, get clear, escape: ex tot criminibus: omni suspicione.—To slip, fall, glide: in servitutem, L.

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