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-lābor lapsus, ī, dep.,

to fall, sink, slip down, glide down, descend: in mare (flumen), H.: medios delapsus in hostīs, V.: gradibus, by the steps, O.: signum de caelo delapsum: de manibus civium delapsa arma: ex equo, L.: ab astris, V.: per auras, O.: caelo, V.: Olympo, O.: capiti (i. e. de capite), V.: flumen in mare, H. — Fig., to come down, sink, descend, fall, slide, stoop, condescend: a sapientium familiaritatibus ad volgarīs amicitias oratio delabitur: eo, ut diceret, etc.: ad aequitatem, incline: in idem genus morbi: in hoc vitium: eo magis delabor ad Clodiam, I incline to Clodia. —Of sounds, to descend, be derived: ab his delapsa plura genera (vocum).

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