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συνα^κολουθ-έω ,
A.follow along with or closely, accompany, “τῇ στρατιᾷTh.6.44, cf. Hyp.Lyc.6, BGU1755.3 (i B.C.), Ev.Marc.14.51, etc.; “ς. τινὶ οἴκαδεAr.Pl.43; “πρὸς τὴν θεόνId.Ra.400; “μετὰ τοῦ στρατηγοῦIsoc.4.146.
2. follow with the mind, attend to, “ς. ταῖς τύχαιςArist.EN1100b4; follow an argument completely, “λόγῳPl.Phlb.25c, Lg.629a; ς. τινί τι follow him in a matter, ib.792c; τισι Arist. Ph.188b26, Thphr.Sens.72.
3. to be correlated, “ἀλλήλοιςArist. GA764b24, cf. Thphr.HP7.2.9.
4. follow with the sense of obeying, c. dat., Pl.Lg.711c, 716b.
5. accrue, enure, τινι BGU906.22 (i A.D.).
III. in the Logic of Arist., follow necessarily with a term, be involved in it, APr.52b11; to be mutually implied, “ς. αἱ ἀρχαίMetaph.1085a16.
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