abrado

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abrado

  1. first-person singular present indicative of abradere

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From ab (from, away from) + radō (scrape, scratch, shave).

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present active abrādō, present infinitive abrādere, perfect active abrāsī, supine abrāsum

  1. I scratch, rub, scrape off or away, abrade.
  2. I shave (off).
  3. (figuratively) I seize, rob, take, snatch away.

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