phil wrote:At ille (Posidonius), "Tū vērō," inquit "potēs, nec committam, ut dolor corporis efficiat, ut frūstrā tantus vir ad mē vēnerit."
phil wrote:But Posidonius said "Of course you can. I will not ?commit? that a gammy leg will effect a great man like you having come to see me in vain."
I can't find a decent meaning for committere which fits the context. I would have expected something like 'allow'. What am I doing wrong? Cheers, Phil.
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