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  • bring to naught (category English to Ancient Greek Dictionary)
    bring to naught = ἀναιρέω, ἀναιρεῖν, καθαιρεῖν, συγχεῖν, σφάλλω, σφάλλειν, ἐκκρούειν ⇢ Look up "bring to naught" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC
    183 bytes (29 words) - 21:10, 22 May 2020
  • καθαιρεῖν (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    blot out, break down, bring down, bring low, bring to naught, bring to nothing, find guilty, lay low, level to the ground, make to disappear, nip in the
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  • naught (category English to Ancient Greek Dictionary)
    P.). μήτι (rare P.). bring to naught, verb transitive: P. and V. ἀναιρέω, ἀναιρεῖν, καθαιρεῖν; see destroy. how we are brought to nought: V. ὡς ἐς τὸ μηδὲν
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  • upset (category English to Ancient Greek Dictionary)
    ταράσσειν, συνταράσσειν, θράσσειν (Plato but rare P.); see confound. bring to naught: P. and V. συγχεῖν, σφάλλω, σφάλλειν, P. ἐκκρούειν. P. and V. ἀνατρέπεσθαι
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  • συγχεῖν (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    συγχεῖν = (see also συγχέω): confound, confuse, transgress, a thing, bring to naught, bring to nought, make havoc of, make unintelligible, mix up, render obscure
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  • ἀναιρεῖν (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    ἀναιρέω, ἀναίρω): destroy, reply, rescind, bring to naught, bring to nothing, nip in the bud, put an end to, take away ⇢ Look up "ἀναιρεῖν" on Google
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  • σφάλλειν (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    σφάλλω): baffle, baulk, disappoint, frustrate, mock, bring to naught, bring to nought, cause to fail, cause to stumble ⇢ Look up "σφάλλειν" on Google | Wiktionary
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  • ἐκκρούειν (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    ἐκκρούω): baffle, dislodge, elude, evade, baulk of, beat off, bring to naught, bring to nought, disappoint of, hiss off ⇢ Look up "ἐκκρούειν" on Google
    217 bytes (44 words) - 16:28, 5 June 2020
  • διόλλυμι (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    attic -ολῶ I. to destroy utterly, bring to naught, Soph., Plat., etc.:—Pass., with fut. -ολοῦμαι, perf. -όλωλα, to perish utterly, come to naught, Trag., Thuc
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  • casso (category Latin to English Dictionary)
    cassus (late Lat.). I In gen., to bring to naught, destroy, trop., Sid. Ep. 1 fin.— II In the Lat. of the jurists, to annul, make null or void, = abrogo
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  • καταφθείρω (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    развращать (ἄνθρωποι κατεφθαρμένοι τὸν νοῦν NT). fut. -φθερῶ to destroy or spoil utterly, bring to naught, Aesch., Soph., etc. 原文音譯:katafqe⋯rw 卡他-弗帖羅 詞類次數:動詞(2)
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  • ἀπαμαλδύνω (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    ἀπᾰμαλδύνω: умалять, затмевать (ὑμνοπόλους ἀπημάλδυνεν Ὃμηρος Anth.). to bring to naught, Anth.
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  • ἐξαϊστόω (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    Click links below for lookup in third sources: A bring to naught, destroy, A.Pr.668. * Abbreviations: ALL | General | Authors & Works [Seite 864]
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  • interficio (category Latin to English Dictionary)
    magnam atque altilium vim, Lucil. ap. Non. 330, 31 al. —    B To destroy, bring to naught: messes, Verg. G. 4, 330: herbas, Cic. Fragm. ap. Non. 450, 2:
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  • λύω (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    γυῖα λέλυντο Hom., etc. 4. to undo, bring to naught, break down, destroy, Hom.: and generally, to undo, do away with, put an end to, Lat. dissolvere, Hom.
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  • συγχέω (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    confound, bring to naught, νόον, ἶούς, κάματον, ὅρκια, Il. 9.612, Il. 15.366, ; ἄνδρα, ‘break down,’ Od. 8.139. or sugchuno from σύν and cheo (to pour) or
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  • σφάλλω (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    = baffle, baulk, disappoint, frustrate, mock, bring to naught, bring to nought, cause to fail, cause to stumble ⇢ Look up "σφάλλω" on Google | Wiktionary
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  • καταλύω (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    metaphorically, to overthrow, i. e. to render vain, to deprive of success, to bring to naught: τήν βουλήν ἤ τό ἔργον, τάς ἀπειλάς, τινα, to render fruitless
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  • confringo (category Latin to English Dictionary)
    tesseram (hospitalem), to break friendship, violate faith, Plaut. Cist. 2, 1, 36.— II Trop., to break, bring to naught, destroy: rem, to dissipate, run through
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  • ἀναιρέω (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    徒22:20 ἀναιρέω = destroy, reply, rescind, bring to naught, bring to nothing, nip in the bud, put an end to, take away ⇢ Look up "ἀναιρέω" on Google
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