acceptio


acceptio
acceptĭo, ōnis, f. [accipio] [st1]1 [-] action de recevoir, réception.    - Cic. Top. 37; Sall. J. 29, 4; Don. Andr. 951. [st1]2 [-] admission, approbation d'une proposition (en logique).    - Apul. Plat. 3 p. 271. [st1]3 [-] accueil fait aux personnes, faveur, partialité.    - non est personarum acceptio apud Deum, Vulg. Rom. 2, 11 : devant Dieu, il n'y a point d'acception de personnes.
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acceptĭo, ōnis, f. [accipio] [st1]1 [-] action de recevoir, réception.    - Cic. Top. 37; Sall. J. 29, 4; Don. Andr. 951. [st1]2 [-] admission, approbation d'une proposition (en logique).    - Apul. Plat. 3 p. 271. [st1]3 [-] accueil fait aux personnes, faveur, partialité.    - non est personarum acceptio apud Deum, Vulg. Rom. 2, 11 : devant Dieu, il n'y a point d'acception de personnes.
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    Acceptio, Verbale, f. g. Actus ipse accipiendi. Cic. Prinse, Reception, Acception ou Acceptation.

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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