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concursus ūs, m

concurro, a running together, concourse, throng, mob, tumult: hominum: concursūs facere: magni domum ad Afranium fiebant, Cs.: in forum a totā urbe, L.: ingens, V.: undique, H.: in oppido.—An assault, onset, attack, charge: exercitūs, Cs.: acerrimo concursu pugnare, N.: Ut nostris concursibus insonet aether, O.: concursūs philosophorum sustinere, assaults: caeli, thunder, O.—Fig., a dashing together, encountering, meeting, concourse, collision: nubila Excutiunt concursibus ignes, O.: fortuitus (atomorum): ut utraque (navis) ex concursu laborarent, Cs.: navium, L.: asper verborum, a harsh combination. — A combination, union, coincidence: studiorum: calamitatum.

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