Definition of dimico
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Orthography ID = 1004601
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LEM
dīmicō, dīmicāre, dīmicāvī, dīmicātus
verb (1st conjugation)
  1. (di_micuisse), a_tus, a_re, to fight, struggle, contend
  2. to struggle, strive, contend
  3. to be in conflict, be in peril, run a risk, risk, hazard
Abbreviations
dī-micō āvī (dīmicuisse, O.), ātus, āre, to fight, struggle, contend: armis, Cs.: armis cum aliquo, N.: pro suā quisque patriā ferro, L.: in acie, in the open field, Cs.: equitatu, N.: pro te: ancipiti proelio dimicatur, Cs.: adversus se tam exiguis copiis, N.

—To struggle, strive, contend: omni ratione: dimicantes competitores, rival candidates, L.

—To be in conflict, be in peril, run a risk, risk, hazard: de capite, de famā: de vitā gloriae causā, to be in mortal peril: de repulsā, i. e. be in danger of defeat, Cs.: capite tuo, L.
 
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