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συντρέφω ,
A.feed together or besides, “ἵππονX.Oec.5.5, cf. Mem.4.3.6.
2. of feelings, etc., to be bred up with, grow up with, become customary or familiar, [“τὸ ἡδὺ] ἐκ νηπίου ἡμῖν συντέθραπταιId.EN1105a2; “ἐμπεφυκὼς καὶ συντεθραμμένος αὐτῷ ζῆλοςPlu. Alex.8, cf. Mar.14, AP12.42 (Diosc.); of diseases, Hp.Morb.Sacr. 8,11.
4. grow by composition of different substances, to be organized, of bodies, Pl.Phd.96b, Ti.75b; “πυρὸς ἐν τόποις τισὶ -τρεφομένουEpicur.Ep.2p.52U.
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