Ancient Greek infinitives. When typing in, writing (aor)/(pres) is not necessary for correct answer recognition. The brackets are there to distinguish between the aorist and present, as both aorist and present are translated as present, with the difference being aspect. The present indicates that the action is continuous, e.g. "he intended to live in glory", while the aorist conveys a sense of definiteness, e.g. "that man wants to kill you".
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