comboio

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Portuguese[edit]

comboio

Etymology[edit]

From French convoi, from Old French convoier, another form of conveier, from Medieval Latin conviare (to accompany on the way), from Latin com- (together) + via (way).

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Noun[edit]

comboio m (plural comboios)

  1. train (line of connected cars or carriages)
  2. (nautical) convoy
  3. convoy (group of vehicles)

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