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intercipiō cēpī, ceptus, ere

inter+capio, to seize in passing, intercept: quod nos capere oportet, T.: pila intercepta remittere, Cs.: venenum, take the poison intended for another: numerum iumentorum, Cs.: ab suis interceptus, cut off, L.: Terga caput tangunt, colla intercepta videntur, to be wanting, O.: Quam (hastam) Rhoeteus intercipit, V.To interrupt, hinder, cut off, preoccupy, preclude: itinere intercepto, L.: opportuna loca, L.: spem anni, O.To take away, snatch, rob: eum a populo R., L.: Myrrha Intercepta neci est, O.: interceptus veneno, carried off, Ta.

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