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dis-crepō uī, —, āre,

to differ in sound, be discordant, fail to harmonize: (fides) paulum.—Fig., to disagree, be inconsistent, be different, vary, differ, be at odds: si quid discrepet: quae inter conlegas discrepare videatis: tres duces discrepantes, prope ut defecerint, L.: nec multum discrepat aetas, V.: nullā in re: in eo inter se: oratio verbis discrepat, sententiis congruens: de ceteris rebus: ab aliorum iudiciis: factum a sententiā legis: facta cum dictis: sibi: Vino acinaces discrepat, H.: Primo ne medium discrepet, H.—To be disputed, be in question: causa latendi discrepat, O.—Impers: cum de legibus conveniret, de latore tantum discreparet, L.: inter auctores: nec discrepat, quin, etc., L.: cum haud ferme discreparet, quin, etc., hardly a doubt remained, Cs.

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