acabar

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Asturian[edit]

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acabar (first-person singular indicative present acabo, past participle acabáu)

  1. to finish, end, finish off
  2. to manage, succeed
  3. (acabar de facer) To have just done (something)
  4. to die, die out

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Etymology[edit]

From a (from Latin ad) + cap (from Latin caput). Compare French achever, from which also English achieve.

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acabar (first-person singular present acabo, past participle acabat)

  1. to finish, to complete
  2. to end up, to wind up

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Occitan[edit]

Etymology[edit]

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acabar

  1. to finish; to complete

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Portuguese acabar, from Latin ad (to) + caput (head). Compare French achever, whence also English achieve.

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acabar (first-person singular present indicative acabo, past participle acabado)

  1. to finish, to complete
  2. to end up
  3. (catenative) (followed by de) indicates recency, as in English just finish
  4. to destroy completely, to defeat thoroughly

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From the noun cabo (end, edge), from Latin caput.

Verb[edit]

acabar (first-person singular present acabo, first-person singular preterite acabé, past participle acabado)

  1. (transitive) to finish; to end

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