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tum pes cum pede collatus est (Liv. 28. 2)
a hand-to-hand engagement ensued.
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collatis signis (viribus) pugnare
to fight hand-to-hand, at close quarters.
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res ad triarios redit (Liv. 8. 8)
the triarii must now fight (proverbially = we are reduced to extremities).
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res est in periculo, in summo discrimine
the position is critical.
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diu anceps stetit pugna
the issue of the day was for a long time uncertain.
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ancipiti Marte pugnatur
the issue of the battle is undecided.
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proelium anceps est
the issue of the battle is undecided.
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acies inclīnat or inclīnatur (Liv. 7. 33)
the line of battle gives way.
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iusto (opp. tumultuario) proelio confligere cum hoste (Liv. 35. 4)
to fight a pitched, orderly battle with an enemy.
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hostes a tergo adoriri
to attack the enemy in the rear.
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aversos hostes aggredi
to attack the enemy in the rear.
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adversis hostibus occurrere
to attack the enemy in the front.
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proelio concurritur (Sall. Iug. 59)
the lines charge in battle one on another.
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signa conferre cum hoste
to come to close quarters.
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manum (us) conserere cum hoste
to come to close quarters.
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per medios hostes (mediam hostium aciem) perrumpere
to break through the enemy's centre.
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in medios hostes se inicere
to rush into the midst of the foe.
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impetum excipere (Liv. 6. 12)
to parry the attack.
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impetum sustinere (B. G. 1. 26)
to resist the attack, onset.
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signa inferre in hostem
to attack the enemy.
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invadere, impetum facere in hostem
to attack the enemy.
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aggredi hostem
to attack the enemy.
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gradum inferre in hostem
to march on the enemy.
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classicum canit (B. C. 3. 82)
the trumpet sounds for the attack.
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proelium iustum (opp. tumultuarium)
a pitched battle.
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proelium cruentum, atrox
a bloody battle.
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povocare aliquem ad certamen singulare
to challenge some one to single combat.
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certamen singulare
single combat.
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ex equo pugnare
to fight on horseback.
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proelio interesse
to take part in the engagement.
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in acie dimicare
to fight a pitched battle.
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acie (armis, ferro) decernere
to fight a pitched battle.
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proelio, armis decertare (B. G. 1. 50)
to fight a decisive battle.
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proelium deserere
to give up the fight.
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proelium renovare, redintegrare
to begin the fight again.
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proelium restituere
to renew the battle with success.
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proelium dirimere (B. C. 1. 40)
to break off the fight.
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proelium intermittere
to interrupt the battle.
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rem (bene, male) gerere (vid. sect. XII. 2, note rem gerere...)
to win, lose a fight (of the commander).
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proeliis secundis uti
to fight successfully.
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proelium facere secundum
to fight successfully.
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proelium equestre facere
to give battle with a cavalry-division.
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proelio equestri contendere
to give battle with a cavalry-division.
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proelium facere
to give battle.
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proelium inire (Liv. 2. 14)
to engage.
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proelium committere
(1) to begin the battle, (2) to give battle.
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animos militum confirmare (B. G. 5. 49)
to encourage, embolden the soldiery.
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ad virtutem excitare, cohortari (or simply adhortari, cohortari)
to incite to valour.
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contionem habere apud milites
to harangue the soldiers.
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contionari apud milites (B. C. 1. 7)
to harangue the soldiers.
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