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aggredior (ad-g-) gressus, ī, dep.

ad + gradior, to approach: aliquo. — Esp., to approach, apply to, address: legatos aggreditur, S.: iudicem, to influence: mortales pecuniā, with bribes, S.: Venerem dictis, to accost, V.: astute, make advances, T.To go against, fall upon, attack, assault: eos impeditos, Cs.: milites, S.: bene comitatum: alqm ferro, O.: murum scalis, S.: comminus, O.: adgressi iniciunt vincula, attacking, V.—Fig., to set about, undertake, assume, begin, attempt, try: de quibus dicere adgrediar: avellere Palladium, V.: oppidum oppugnare, Cs.: mollire impetum, L.: ad crimen: ad petitionem consulatūs, to become a candidate: ad faciendam iniuriam: ancipitem causam: maiora, S.: aliā viā, try another way, T.To lay claim to, seize (poet.): magnos honores, V.

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