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re-flectō flēxī, flexus, ere,

to bend back, turn backwards, turn about, turn away: colla, V.: oculos, O.: illam tereti cervice reflexam, bent backwards, V.: longos reflectitur unguīs, i. e. grows into long curved claws, O.—Fig., to turn back, bring back, bend, change, check: Quem neque fides, neque ius iurandum reflexit, T.: quibus (causis) mentes reflectuntur: in melius tua, qui potes, orsa reflectas! change, V.: animum reflexi, i. e. brought my thoughts back (to her), V.

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