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neglegō (not negligō, neclegō), ēxī (neglegisset, S.), ēctus, ere

nec+lego, to disregard, not heed, not trouble oneself about, not attend to, slight, neglect, be regardless of, be indifferent to : Neglegitur ipsa, T.: mandatum: rem familiarem, N.: neglecti agri, H.: hoc facere, Cs.: diem edicti obire neglexit: de Theopompo negleximus.— To make light of, not care for, slight, despise, disregard, contemn, neglect : segnior fit, ubi neglegas, when you neglect him , S.: Pecuniam, T.: periculum capitis sui prae meā salute: cum et bellum ita necessarium sit, ut neglegi non possit: Aeduorum iniurias, overlook , Cs.: hac parte neglectā, i. e. unpunished , Cs.: verba verbis quasi coagmentare neglegat, disdains : committere fraudem, to make light of perpetrating , H.: Theopompum confugere Alexandream.

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