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  • Wiktionary LA | Wikipedia EN | Wikipedia LA | Google Translator | LSJ dēcĭpĭō,⁸ cēpī, ceptum, cĭpĕre (de, capio), tr., 1 prendre, surprendre, attraper :
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  • dēceptus: a, um, Part. of decipio. dēceptus: ūs, m. decipio, I deception (late Lat.), Tert. adv. Marc. 3, 6: deceptui facilis, id. Anim. 18. * Look up
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  • dēceptŏr,¹⁶ ōris, m. (decipio), celui qui trompe, trompeur : Sen. Thyest. 140 ; Lact. Ira 4, 8. dēceptor, ōris, m. (decipio), der Hintergeher, Betrüger
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  • Translator | LSJ dēceptĭō, ōnis, f. (decipio), déception, tromperie : Aug. Civ. 22, 22. dēceptio, ōnis, f. (decipio), die Hintergehung, Täuschung, der
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  • any thing (class.; syn.: fallo, frustror, circumvenio; inesco, deludo, decipio, etc.).    (a)    Aliquem aliqua re: cum Caecilius a Vario magnā pecuniā
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  • dēcĭpŭla: ae, f., and dēcĭpŭlum, i, n. decipio, I a snare, gin, trap. I Lit. (late Lat.): plena avibus, Vulg. Jerem. 5, 27; Job 18, 10.— II Trop. (ante-
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  • āre, 1, v. a. frustra, to deceive, disappoint, trick, frustrate (syn.: decipio, deludo, fraudo, fallo, etc.). I Lit. (class.).    (a)    In the dep. form:
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  • a, um (decipio), propre à tromper : Firm. Math. 5, 3 || qui exprime une idée de tromperie : Prisc. Gramm. 18, 142. dēceptīvus, a, um (decipio), zum Truge
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  • dĕceptō, āre (decipio), tr., avoir l’habitude de tromper : Gloss. dēcepto, āre (Intens. von decipio), täuschen, Gloss. II, 38, 17. * Look up in: Navigium
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  • (Cf. circumeo, II. B.) To circumvent, deceive, cheat, defraud one (syn.: decipio, fraudo, fallo): circumventum esse innocentem pecuniā, Cic. Clu. 29, 79:
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  • ἀ-σφαλής, to deceive, trick, dupe, cheat, disappoint (freq. and class.; syn.: decipio, impono, frustror, circumvenio, emungo, fraudo). I In gen.    (a)    Of
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  • per-dēcĭpĭo: cēpi, ceptum, 3, v. a., I to deceive utterly (late Lat.): aurum populum ... sic specie perdecepit, ut hoc esse deum crederent, Petr. Chrys
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  • e. to deceive, cheat, circumvent, entrap, insnare (syn.: circumvenio, decipio): fallacibus et captiosis interrogationibus circumscripti atque decepti
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  • aliqua re or absol., to deceive, cheat, impose upon (syn.: circumvenio, decipio, fraudo, fallo): aliquem argento, Plaut. Ps. 2, 2, 39; 1, 5, 16: quadrigentis
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  • implāno: (inpl-), āvi, ātum, 1, v. a. 2. in-plano = impedio, hence trop. = decipio, I to deceive, delude (late Lat.), Vulg. Sirach, 15, 12 al. * Look up in:
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