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καταργ-έω ,
A.leave unemployed or idle, “ΧέραE.Ph.753; κατηργηκέναι τοὺς καιρούς to have missed the opportunities, Plb.Fr.176; κ. τὴν γῆν make the ground useless, cumber it, Ev.Luc.13.7.
2. cause to be idle, hinder in one's work, LXX 2 Es.4.21, POxy.38.17 (i A.D.):— Pass., LXX 2 Es.6.8; to be rendered or lie idle, PFlor.176.7 (iii A.D.), etc.
II. make of no effect, Ep.Rom.3.3,31, al.:—Pass., to be abolished, cease, ib.6.6, 1 Ep.Cor.2.6, etc.; κ. ἀπὸ τοῦ νόμου to be set free from . . , Ep.Rom.7.2; to be parted, “ἀπὸ ΧριστοῦEp.Gal.5.4.
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    • Euripides, Phoenician Women, 753
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