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re-pūgnō āvī, ātus, āre,

to fight back, oppose, make resistance, resist, struggle, defend oneself: integris viribus fortiter, Cs.: in repugnando telis obruta est, L.: ille repugnans Sustinet a iugulo dextram, V.—To resist, make resistance, oppose, make opposition, object, dissuade, contend against: quod ego multis repugnantibus egi, against the opposition of many: Catone acerrime repugnante, Cs.: valde: nec ego repugno: omnibus meis opibus repugnarim et restiterim crudelitati: dictis, O.: his omnibus rebus unum repugnabat, quod, etc., there was one objection, Cs.: si quis, ne fias nostra, repugnat, O.: amare repugno Illum, quem, etc., I shrink from loving, O.—Fig., to disagree, be contrary, be contradictory, be inconsistent, be incompatible: simulatio amicitiae repugnat maxime: haec inter se quam repugnent: sensūs moresque repugnant, H.

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