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net

Φοβοῦ τὸ γῆρας, οὐ γὰρ ἔρχεται μόνον -> Fear old age, for it never comes alone
Menander

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substantive

for fishing: P. and V. δίκτυον, τό (Plato).

for hunting: P. and V. δίκτυον, τό (Plato), βρόχος, ὁ (Plato), ἄρκυς, ἡ (Plato), V. ἀμφίβληστρον, τό, ἄγρευμα, τό.

Met., V. ἄρκυς, ἡ, ἄγρευμα, τό; see also toils.

the man is caught in the net: V. ἁνὴρ ἐς βόλον καθίσταται (Euripides, Bacchae 847; cf., Rhesus 730).

being caught within the net of fate: V. ἐντὸς… οὖσα μορσίμων ἀγρευμάτων (Aesch., Agamemnon 1048).

he hath escaped from the midst of the net: V. ἐκ μέσων ἀρκυστάτων ὤρουσεν (Aesch., Eumenides 112). surround mith a net, v.: P. περιστοιχίζεσθαι, V. περιστιχίζειν.

verb transitive

P. and V. αἱρεῖν, P. συμποδίζειν.

adjective

clear of deduction: P. ἀτελής.

Dutch > Greek

net = γρῖφος, κάλυμμα, κυρέω, κύρτος, παρατυγχάνω, περ, πλεκτάνη, πλεκτός, συμπίπτω

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Translations

Acholi: ohwoo; Albanian: rrjetë, rrjet; Ancient Greek: δίκτυον; Arabic: شَبَكَة‎; Aragonese: rete; Armenian: ցանց; Assamese: জাল; Azerbaijani: tor; Basque: sare; Belarusian: се́тка, сець, мярэ́жа; Bengali: জাল; Breton: roued; Bulgarian: мрежа; Burmese: ကွန်; Catalan: xarxa; Central Kurdish: داو‎; Chamicuro: rete; Chechen: ов; Chinese Cantonese: 網, 网; Classical Nahuatl: mātlatl; Cornish: ruz; Czech: síť; Danish: garn, vod, net; Dutch: net; Egyptian Arabic: شبكة‎; Esperanto: reto; Estonian: võrk; Faroese: net, nót, garn; Finnish: verkko, haavi; French: filet; Friulian: rêt; Galician: rede; Georgian: ბადე, ქსელი; German: Netz; Gothic: 𐌽𐌰𐍄𐌹; Greek: δίχτυ, απόχη, πλέγμα, βρόγχος; Hebrew: רֶשֶׁת‎; Hindi: जाल; Hungarian: háló; Icelandic: net; Irish: eangach; Istriot: ridi; Italian: rete, retino; Japanese: 網; Kazakh: ау; Kazakh: ау, тор; Khmer: បណ្ដាញ, វាគុរា, សឹង, ថ្នង, មុង; Korean: 그물, 망; Kyrgyz: тор; Ladin: rei; Lao: ຂ່າຍ; Latgalian: teiklys, obors, bradīņs; Latin: plaga, rete, rēte; Latvian: tīkls; Lithuanian: grynas, tinklas; Low German: Nett; Luxembourgish: Netz; Macedonian: мрежа; Malay: jaring, sirat, jala; Malayalam: വല; Maltese: xibka; Mandarin: 網, 网; Maori: kete pāhau, kete tīhao, kupenga, pāhao; Middle English: nett; Mongolian: цэвэр, тор; Mwani: nyavu; Ngarrindjeri: kandari; Nivkh: кʼе; Norman: filet; Norwegian Bokmål: nett; Occitan: ret; Ojibwe: asab; Old Church Slavonic Cyrillic: мрѣжа, сѣть; Old East Slavic: сѣть; Old English: net; Old Norse: net; Pashto: تور‎, جال‎; Persian: تور‎; Polish: sieć, siatka; Portuguese: malha, rede; Roman: mrȅža; Romanian: rețea, plasă; Russian: сеть, се́тка, мре́жа, мерёжа; Sanskrit: जाल; Saterland Frisian: Nät; Serbo-Croatian Cyrillic: мре̏жа; Slovak: sieť; Slovene: mreža; Sorbian Lower Sorbian: seś; Spanish: red; Swahili: kiandarua, wavu; Swedish: nät; Sylheti: ꠎꠣꠟ; Tahitian: 'upe'a; Tajik: тӯр; Telugu: వల; Thai: ข่าย, อวน, แห, สวิง, มุ้ง, ตาข่าย; Tibetan: དྲ་བ; Turkish: ağ; Turkmen: tor; Ukrainian: мере́жа, сіть, сі́тка; Urdu: جال‎; Uyghur: تور‎; Uzbek: toʻr; Venetian: rede; Vietnamese: lưới, mạng, mùng; Welsh: rhwyd; West Frisian: net; Yiddish: נעץ‎; Zazaki: thor, feq