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inter-curro , curri, rsum, 3, v. n. and
I.a. (tmesis in Lucr. 5, 1374: inter plaga currere).
I. Neutr., to run between.
A. Lit.
2. In partic., to hasten in the meantime anywhere: “indicto delectu in diem certam, ipse interim Veios intercurrit,Liv. 5, 19, 4.—
B. Trop.
2. To step between, to intercede: “pugnatur acerrime: qui intercurrerent, misimus tres principes civitatis,Cic. Phil. 8, 6, 17.—
II. Act., to run through, traverse (late Lat.; “for percurrebat is the true reading,Liv. 44, 2, 12): “intercurso spatio maris,Amm. 15, 10, 26.
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