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occurrō (obc-) currī (cucurrī, Ph.), cursus, ere

ob+curro, to run up, run to meet, go to meet, meet, fall in with: ad undam, face the foe, V.: dulcis amicis, H.: quibuscumque signis occurrerat, Cs.: huic (concilio), attend, L.: ad id concilium, L.: occurritur (sc. mihi).—To go against, rush upon, attack: duabus legionibus, Cs.: Obvius adversoque occurrit, V.To lie in the way, meet: in asperis locis silex saepe occurrebat, L.—Fig., to meet, fall into, be involved: graviori bello, Cs.To obviate, meet, resist, oppose, counteract: eius consiliis: ab nostris occurrebatur, he was resisted, Cs.To obviate, cure, relieve, remedy: rei sapientiā: utrique rei, N.To meet, answer, reply, object: huic dictis, V.: occurretur enim, sicut occursum est.—To offer, present itself, suggest itself, appear, occur, be thought of: tu occurrebas dignus eo munere: mihi multo difficilior occurrit cogitatio, qualis, etc.: Atheniensium exercitūs deleti occurrebant, L.: haec tenenda sunt oratori; saepe enim occurrunt, present themselves: ne quid honestum occurreret, Ta.

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