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τρέπω , fut. τρέψω, aor. ἔτρεψα, τρέψα, aor. 2 ἔτραπον, τράπον, mid. aor. 1 part. τρεψάμενος, aor. 2 (τραπόμην, pass. perf. τέτραμμαι, imp. τετράφθω, part. τετραμμένος, plup. 3 pl. τετράφαθ̓, aor. inf. τραφθῆναι: turn, so as to alter the direction more or less.—I. act., turn, direct; τὶ ἔς τι, πρός, παρά, κατά, ἀνά τι, etc., pass., Il. 14.403; of guiding or leading one to a place, Od. 4.294, Od. 9.315; turning missiles aside, horses to flight, Il. 5.187, Il. 8.157, and without ἵππους, Il. 16.657; esp., of turning, ‘routing’ an enemy, Il. 15.261; metaph., νόον, θυ_μόν, Il. 5.676.—With πάλιν, turn about or around, ὄσσε, ‘avert’ the eyes, Il. 13.3 ; ἵππους, Il. 8.432; met., φρένας τινός, Il. 6.61.—II. mid., intrans., turn oneself, with direction specified by preposition or adv., as above; metaph., τραπέσθαι ἐπὶ ἔργα, Γ 422, Od. 1.422; of motion to and fro (versari), τραφθῆναι ἀν᾽ Ἑλλάδα, ‘wander up and down’ through Hellas, Od. 15.80; met., change, τρέπεται χρώς, Il. 13.279; τράπετο νοός, φρήν, κραδίη τέτραπτο, Il. 17.546, Κ 45, Od. 4.260.
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