Definition of deprehendo, deprendo, depraendo
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Orthography ID = 1004282
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LEM
dēprehendō, dēprehendere, dēprehendī, dēprehensus
dēprēndō, dēprēndere, dēprēndī, dēprēnsus
dēpraendō, dēpraendere, dēpraendī, dēpraensus
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to take away, seize upon, catch, snatch
  2. to catch, overtake, surprise, apprehend, detect, find out, discover
  3. to confine, catch, bring into a strait
  4. [figuratively] to comprehend, perceive, understand, detect, discover, discern, observe
  5. to bring into a strait, embarrass
Abbreviations
dē-prehendō or dēprēndō (-praendō) dī, sus, ere, to take away, seize upon, catch, snatch: deprehensus ex itinere Magius, Cs.: comitatūs in ponte, S.: litterae deprehensae, intercepted, L.: navīs, to seize, Cs.: Argolico mari deprensus, i. e. storm-stayed, V.: Deprensis statio tutissima nautis, V.: in aequore navem (Auster), O.

—To catch, overtake, surprise, apprehend, detect, find out, discover: deprehendi in manifesto scelere: sine duce deprehensis hostibus, Cs.: Deprendi miserum est, H.: qui, cum venenum dare vellet, deprehensus est: factum: facinora: (venenum) datum, L.: Agricola nuntio deprehensus, surprised, Ta.

—To confine, catch, bring into a strait: flamina Cum deprensa fremunt silvis, i. e. confined, V.: viae deprensus in aggere serpens, V.

—Fig., to comprehend, perceive, understand, detect, discover, discern, observe: res magnas in minimis rebus: alcuius facinora oculis, opinione: quid si me stultior ipso deprenderis? H.: In feris deprensa potentia morbi, O.

—To bring into a strait, embarrass: deprehensum me plane video: se deprehensum negare.
 
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