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διανο-έω ,
II. have in mind, τι Hp.VM7; τί διανοούμενος εἶπε what he really meant by his words, Pl.Tht.184a; περί τινος δ. οὑτωσί, ὀρθῶς περί τι, Id.Lg.644d, 686d: c. acc. et inf., think or suppose that . ., Id.Prt.324b, etc.: c. gen. abs., “διανοεῖσθαί τινων ὡς διαλλαγησομένωνId.R.470e: abs., think,λέγω νοῦν δ . . . ψυχή An.429a23; “τὸ διανοεῖσθαιthe process of thought, Pl. Tht.189e; opp. νοεῖν, An.408b25.
2. bethink oneself, LXXGe.6.6.
III. with Advbs., to be minded or disposed so and so, ἄλλως πως πρός τινας, Pl.R.343b; “κακῶς δ. περὶ τῶν οἰκείωνIsoc. 1.35: with ὡς and part., ὅταν ὡς πετόμενοι διανοῶνται when they are affected as if flying, Pl.Tht.158b.
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