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in-currō currī and cucurrī, cursūrus, ere,

to run into, run upon, rush at, make an attack: Conixi incurrunt hastis, V.: amens in columnas: in hostīs, S.: in Macedoniam, invade, L.: in me, run against: armentis incurrere fortibus, O.: levi armaturae hostium, L.: Mauris, S.: Romano (i. e. Romanis), H.—To extend to, border on: agri, qui in publicum Campanum incurrebant.—Fig., to run against, fall into, incur, meet: in maximam fraudem, fall into: in difficultatem: non solum in oculos, sed etiam in voculas malevolorum.—To run against, strike against, offend, stumble: qui in tantis tenebris nusquam incurrat?: in eum.—To befall, happen, occur to: casus, qui in sapientem potest incurrere: in ipsos etesias.

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