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συντείνω ,
A.strain, draw tight, brace up, ς. [τὰ ὀστᾶ], opp. χαλάω, Pl.Phd.98d: metaph. of the mind, E.Hipp.257 (anap.); “ἁρμονίαις ς. τὰς ψυχάςPl.Lg.800d:—Pass., to be in a state of tension, Hp. Art.8, Epid.3.1.δ́, Sor.2.18, Gal.6.170.
3. intr. in Act., exert oneself, strive, Pl.Sph.239b; “τοῖς τόξοιςHp.Aër.20; “τῷ πνεύματιArist.APr.893a2; hasten, “δρόμῳ εἰς τὸ ἄστυPlu.Nic.30; of things, become intense, “συντείνοντος τοῦ κακοῦId.Dio 45.
IV. Pass., to be exasperated against, “πρός τιναCom.Adesp. 22.56 D.
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