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effugere, elābi e manibus hostium
to escape from the hands of the enemy.
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capere aliquem vivum
to take a person alive.
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magna caedes hostium fugientium facta est
there was great slaughter of fugitives.
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excipere aliquem fugientem
to cut off some one's flight.
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fugam hostium reprimere (B. G. 3. 14)
to bring the flying enemy to a stand.
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tergis hostium inhaerere
to be on the heels of the enemy.
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fugientibus instare
to press the fugitives.
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hostes assequi, consequi
to overtake the enemy.
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hostes (fusos) persequi
to follow up and harass the enemy when in flight.
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hostes insequi, prosequi
to pursue the enemy.
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ex (in) fuga dissipati or dispersi (B. G. 2. 24)
soldiers routed and dispersed.
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praecipitem se fugae mandare
to flee headlong.
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arma abicere
to throw away one's arms.
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pecorum modo fugere (Liv. 40. 27)
to flee like deer, sheep.
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fuga effusa, praeceps (Liv. 30. 5)
headlong flight.
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fuga salutem petere
to seek safety in flight.
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se conicere, se conferre in fugam
to take to flight.
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se dare in fugam, fugae
to take to flight.
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fugam capessere, capere
to take to flight.
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fugae se mandare (B. G. 2. 24)
to take to flight.
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terga dare hosti
to run away from the enemy.
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terga vertere or dare
to flee, run away.
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fugam facere (Sall. Iug. 53)
(1) to put to flight, (2) to take to flight.
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prae se agere hostem
to drive the enemy before one.
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fundere et fugare hostem
to utterly rout the enemy.
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caedere et fundere hostem
to utterly rout the enemy.
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fundere hostium copias
to rout the enemy's forces.
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fugare hostem
to put the enemy to flight.
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in fugam dare, conicere hostem
to put the enemy to flight.
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loco excedere
to abandon one's position.
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se recipere (B. G. 7. 20)
to withdraw one's forces.
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equitatus tutum receptum dat
the cavalry covers the retreat.
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pedem referre
to retire (without turning one's back on the enemy).
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receptui canitur (B. G. 7. 47)
the retreat is sounded.
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signa receptui canunt
the retreat is sounded.
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prosternere, profligare hostem
to rout the enemy.
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undique premi, urgeri (B. G. 2. 26)
to be pressed on all sides.
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repellere, propulsare hostem
to repulse an attack.
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summovere or reicere hostium equites
to repel the attack of the enemy's cavalry.
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loco movere, depellere, deicere hostem (B. G. 7. 51)
to drive the enemy from his position.
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acies hostium impellitur
the enemy's line is repulsed.
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pellere hostem
to repulse the enemy.
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integri et recentes defatigatis succedunt
fresh troops relieve the tired men.
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rari dispersique pugnare (B. C. 1. 44)
to fight in skirmishing order.
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integros defatigatis summittere
to send fresh troops to take the place of those wearied with fighting.
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subsidia summittere
to send up reserves.
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phalangem perfringere
to break through the phalanx.
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phalangem facere (B. G. 1. 24)
to form a phalanx.
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cuneum facere (Liv. 22. 47)
to draw up troops in a wedge-formation.
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in orbem consistere
to form a square.
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