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incumbō cubuī, cubitus, ere

CVB-, to lay oneself, lean, press, support oneself: in scuta, L.: in gladium, fall on: toro, V.: validis incumbere remis, bend to, V.: tecto incubuit bubo, perched on, O.: ferro, fall on, O.To lean, incline, overhang: silex incumbebat ad amnem, V.: ad vos, O.: laurus Incumbens arae, V.—In war, to press upon, throw oneself: in hostem, L.: unum in locum totam periculi molem incubuisse, L.—Fig., to press upon, settle on, burden, oppress, weigh upon: Incubuere (venti) mari, V.: tempestas silvis Incubuit, V.: febrium Terris incubuit cohors, H.To make an effort, apply oneself, exert oneself, take pains with, pay attention to: Tum Teucri incumbunt, V.: nunc, nunc incumbere tempus, O.: huc incumbe, attend to this: et animo et opibus in id bellum, Cs.: omni studio ad bellum: acrius ad ulciscendas rei p. iniurias: ut inclinato (iudici) incumbat oratio, influence: fato urguenti, i. e. accelerate, V.: sarcire ruinas, V.: suis viribus incubuit, ut, etc., L.To incline, choose, be inclined to, lean towards: eos, quocumque incubuerit, impellere, whithersoever he may try: eodem incumbunt municipia, are inclined: inclinatio incubuit ad virum bonum: in cupiditatem.

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