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διαπεράω ,
A.go over or across,ῥοάςE.Tr.1151; “πελάγηIsoc.1.19; “δ. ἐπ᾽ οἶδμαE.IT395 (lyr.); δ. πόλιν pass through it, Ar.Av.1264; “δ. ἙλλάδαE.Supp.117; “δ. εἰς ἸταλίανArist.Fr.485; of Time, δ. τὸν βίον pass through life, X.Oec.11.7.
b. διαπερᾶν Μολοσσίαν reign through all Molossia, E.Andr.1248 codd.
3. οἶσθα διαπερῶν by traversing, i.e. by experience, A.Th.994 (lyr.), cf. Sch.
II. reach, arrive at a place, PFlor.247.9 (iii A.D.).
III. trans., carry over,ὕδωρ ποταμοῦ σῶμα δ.Eub.151, cf. Luc.DMort.20.1.
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