in + accusative
In L&S, immediately after the part of sample sentence space, where "in modum alicujus" (according to the way of, in the way of) appears, there are samples like these.
in hanc formulam omnia judicia legitima sint
(every sentence be lawful according to, in accordance to this formula)
(peace was made according to these laws, terms)pax data in has leges est
As I translated above, I think this means "according to, in accordance to"
But among the samples beside these there are ones obscure to me.
senatus consultum in haec verba factum
(the consultation of the Senate was made "according to" these words ??? / "into", "resulting as" this form of words ??? )
judicium quin acciperet in ea ipsa verba quae Naevius edebat, non recusasse
(that he be not going to take the opinion "in accordance to" ??? these words / "into", "resulting as" ??? these words which Naevius said he had not refused)
<<as to this sentence I don't understand the meaning, too>>
Please give a correct translation and teach me about this usage of in + acc..