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recidō or reccidō reccidī or recidī, recāsūrus, ere

re-+cado, to fall back, spring back, return : in terras: ramulum adductum in oculum suum recidisse, had recoiled : (saxa) convulsa in eos recidebant, kept falling back , Cu.: etiam si recta reciderat (navis), L.—Fig., to fall back, return, be thrown back, fall, sink, be reduced, relapse : ab his me remediis noli vocare, ne recidam, suffer a relapse : ex liberatore patriae ad Aquilios, had sunk to a level with , L.: tantum apparatum ad nihilum recidere, come to naught : ad ludibrium, Cu.: in graviorem morbum, L.: Syracusae in antiquam servitutem reciderunt, L.: in invidiam, N.: hucine tandem omnia reciderunt, ut, etc.: illuc, ut, etc., Iu.: ex quantis opibus quo reccidissent Carthaginiensium res, L.To fall back, fall to, pass, be handed over : cum ad eum potentatus omnis reccidisset: quae (tela) . . . in aliorum vigiliam consulum recidissent, i. e. would have fallen to my successors : sinere artem musicam Recidere ad paucos, T.—Of evil, to fall back, be visited, recoil, return : ut huius amentiae poena in ipsum recidat: posse hunc casum ad ipsos recidere demonstrant, Cs.: consilia in ipsorum caput recidentia, L.To fall out, turn out, result, come : ne in unius imperium res recidat: quorsum recidat responsum tuum, non laboro, what your answer may prove to be .

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