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  • (Plat.), ἀδιάλυτος (Plat.), V. ἄρρηκτος, δύσλυτος, δυσεξήνυστος. Look up inextricable on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary
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  • Indissolubly: P. ἀλύτως (Plat.), V. δυσεκλύτως, Ar. ἀρρήκτως. Look up inextricably on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary
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  • πεῖρα. 2ων, ον ; gén. ονος; 1 sans fin, infini, immense, innombrable; 2 inextricable. Étymologie: ἀ, πέρας. ονος (πέρας): boundless, endless; δῆμος, ‘countless
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  • ĭn -explĭcābĭlis: e, adj., I that cannot be unfolded or loosened, inextricable, intricate (class. only in the trop. signif.). I Lit.: vinculum, Curt. 3
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  • de regarder celui qui les regarde; 2 sans issue, inextricable. Étymologie: ἀ, τέρμα. -ον 1 inextricable πέπλος A.Eu.634. 2 infinito χρυσέων ἐνόπτρων λεύσσουσ'
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  • ον,    A hard to traverse: inextricable, ἀκρισία Plb.23.1.13 (s. v. l.).    II difficult to digest, τροφή Aët.9.30. [Seite 691] wo schwer herauszukommen
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  • π. Ζ. 14, 8, Εὐστ. 229. 38. ος, ον : que l’on déroule avec peine, inextricable. Étymologie: δυσ-, ἑλίσσω. -ον 1 de difíciles circunvoluciones, muy
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  • ον,    A tangled, inextricable, Gloss. -ον inextricable, Gloss.2.281. Source: δυσέκπλοκος
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  • 192· ἐρωτήσεις Λουκ. Δραπ. 10. ης, ες : qui ressemble à un labyrinthe, inextricable. Étymologie: λαβύρινθος, -ωδης. -ες (Α λαβυρινθώδης, -ῶδες) λαβύρινθος
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  • || de Clusium en Étrurie : Varr. d. Plin. 36, 91 || [fig.] difficulté inextricable : Sid. Ep. 2, 5. labyrinthus labyrinthi N M :: labyrinth, maze
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  • ĭn-extrīcābĭlis: e, adj. 2. in-extrico, I that cannot be disengaged or disentangled, inextricable (poet. and post-Aug.). I Lit.: error (of the mazes of the labyrinth,
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  • 386, Sch.A.Th.83 •fig. sin límites κάλλος A.R.Fr.7, ὄλβος Hes.Sc.204. 2 inextricable, impenetrable σχοίνῳ βατιᾷ τ' ἐν ἀπειρίτῳ Pi.O.6.54. 3 neutr. como adv
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  • δυσκόλως ἐρευνόμενος, Ἰώσηπ. Π. Ι. 1. 16, 5. -ον difícil de explorar, inextricable τὰ ἕλη καὶ δυσερεύνητα τῶν χωρίων I.BI 1.315. Source: δυσερεύνητος
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  • κοσμήματος, Ἑβδ. (Ἰουδὶθ Η΄ , 29). ίδος (ἡ) : question captieuse et inextricable. Étymologie: στραγγάλη. -ίδος, ἡ, ΜΑ πολύπλοκος κόμπος αρχ. 1. σοφιστική
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  • m., = Γόρδιος, I a king of Gordium, in Phrygia Major, famous for the inextricable knot on his chariot, which Alexander the Great cut with his sword, Curt
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  • πίττης γεύεται, of one who tempted by some apparent good finds himself in inextricable difficulties, 'burn one's fingers', 'catch a Tartar', D. 50.26; μῦς…
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  • complejos de elefantes amaestrados, Plu.2.968c. 2 del que es difícil salir, inextricable δεσμός E.Hipp.1237, λαβύρινθος ref. a la filosofía, Gr.Thaum.Pan.Or.14
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  • δυσεξήνυστος: -ον, δύσλυτος, ἀδιάλυτος, δεσμὸς Εὐρ. Ἱππ. 1237. ος, ον : inextricable. Étymologie: δυσ-, ἐξανύτω. δυσεξήνυστος, -ον (Α) αυτός που λύνεται
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  • ἀπέραντον ἦν THC et comme on n’arrivait à aucun résultat; II. sans issue, inextricable. Étymologie: ἀ, περαίνω. ᾰπέραντος, ἀπείραντος, -ον    1 without bounds
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  • . Étymologie: ἀ, πεῖρα. 2ος, ον : 1 sans fin, infini, innombrable; 2 inextricable. Étymologie: ἀ, πέρας. 3dor. c. ἤπειρος. γάρ particle, always in second
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