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fuga ae, f

2 FVG-, a fleeing, flight, running away : adornare fugam, T.: ab urbe turpissima: desperata: exercitūs foeda, S.: dant sese in fugam milites: fugam capere, Cs.: parare: hostīs dare in fugam, put to flight , Cs.: in fugam conicere, Cs.: impellere in fugam: cum terrorem fugamque fecisset, caused a panic , L.: fugam ex ripā fecit, drove (the foe), L.: fugam faciunt, take flight , S.: neque hostium fugam reprimi posse, be checked , Cs.: opportunior fugae collis, S.: naves eius fugā se Adrumetum receperunt, after his flight , Cs.: quantae in periculis fugae proximorum: celeres fugae, H.Expatriation, exile, banishment : se in fugam coniecisse: Aristidi: exsilia et fugae, Ta.A flying, swift course, rapid motion, speed : Harpalyce volucrem fugā praevertitur Hebrum, V.: facilis, a swift voyage , V.: (Neptunus) fugam dedit, a swift passage , V.: fugam dant nubila caelo, flee away , V.: temporum, flight , H.: (equus) Clara ante alios, Iu.A place of banishment, refuge : toto quaeret in orbe fugam, O.A means of removal, remedy : morbi, H.—Fig., a fleeing, avoiding, avoidance, shunning, escape : laborum: turpitudinis: alia honoris, honorable way of escape , L.: leti, H.

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