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[*] 145. The Middle Voice denotes that the subject is in some especial manner involved or interested in the action of the verb. In some of its uses the middle corresponds to the English reflexive, but the signification is much wider and shades off from what is practically a direct reflexive until it ceases to present any translatable difference from the active.
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