Herbert Weir Smyth [n.d.], A Greek Grammar for Colleges; Machine readable text [info] [word count] [Smyth].
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Many intransitive verbs are used transitively when compounded with a preposition, e.g. ἀναμάχεσθαι fight over again.—ἀπομάχεσθαι drive off, ἀποστρέφεσθαι abandon, ἀποχωρεῖν leave.—διαβαίνειν pass over, διαπλεῖν sail across,διεξέρχεσθαι go through.—εἰσιέναι come into the mind, εἰσπλεῖν said into.—ἐκβαίνειν pass, ἐκτρέπεσθαι get out of the way of, ἐξαναχωρεῖν shun, ἐξίστασθαι avoid.— ἐπιστρατεύειν march against.—καταναυμαχεῖν beat at sea, καταπολεμεῖν subdue completely, καταπολι_τεύεσθαι reduce by policy.—μετέρχεσθαι seek, pursue, μετιέναι go in quest of.—παραβαίνειν transgress.—περιιέναι go round, περιίστασθαι surround.—προσοικεῖν dwell in, προσπαίζειν sing in praise of.—ὑπερβαίνειν omit.— ὑπεξέρχεσθαι escape from.—ὑπέρχεσθαι fawn on, ὑποδύ_εσθαι withstand, ὑποχωρεῖν shun, ὑφίστασθαι withstand.

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