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ἀναμετρ-έω ,
A.measure back again, re-measure the road, retrace one's steps,ὄφρ᾽ . . ἀναμετρήσαιμι ΧάρυβδινOd.12.428; “. σαυτὸν ἀπιώνmeasure yourself off! Ar.Av.1020; πόνοισι πόνους ., i. e. undergo a succession of labours, IG3.1374.
2. enumerate, Hp.Ep.27:—in Med., recapitulate, E.Or.14.
II. measure over again,τὸ ὕδωρHp.Aër.8.
2. measure carefully,. ὅσῳ ἐλάσσων χῶρος γέγονεHdt.2.109; “. τὸ ὅλονArist.Ph.221a3; τινί τι one thing by another, Pl.R.531a:—also in Med., “. γῆνAr.Nu.203; ἀνεμετρησάμην φρένας τὰς σάς took the measure of . . , E.Ion1271; “γνώμης πονηροῖς κανόσιν ἀναμετρούμενος τὸ σῶφρονId.El.52:—Pass., “. τινίto be measured by, Pl.Ti.39d.
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