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contrārius adj.

contra.—Of position, lying over against, opposite: ripa: collis huic, Cs.: Phrygiae tellus, O.: contrario ictu transfixus, by a blow from the opposite direction, L.: volnera, in front, Ta.Opposite, contrary, opposed, conflicting: defendere contrariam partem: inter se pugnantia studia: disputare in contrarias partīs, on both sides: huius virtutis vitiositas: iura omnibus aliis: aestus vento, O.: ex orationibus capita alterna inter se contraria: contrario motu atque caelum, opposite to that of the sky.—As subst n., the opposite, contrary, reverse: contrarium est . . ut frigus calori, the antithesis: lex imperans honesta, prohibens contraria: si ea volt ... sin autem contraria, etc., N.: vocant animum in contraria, in opposite directions, V.: in contraria versus, transformed: vitia quae sunt virtutum contraria, the opposites: ex contrario, on the contrary, on the other hand, Cs.: hoc ex contrario contendo: e contrario, N.Hostile, inimical, antagonistic: Tibi, Ph.: litora litoribus, V.: undis ignis, O.

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