cortar

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Asturian[edit]

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cortar (first-person singular indicative present corto, past participle cortáu)

  1. to cut

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Portuguese[edit]

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From Old Portuguese cortar, from Latin curtāre, present active infinitive of curtō (shorten).

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cortar (first-person singular present indicative corto, past participle cortado)

  1. to cut
  2. to chop

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Latin curtāre (shorten).

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cortar (first-person singular present corto, first-person singular preterite corté, past participle cortado)

  1. to cut
  2. to carve, to engrave
  3. to hang up, to terminate a telephone call
  4. (Chile, informal) to stop an action
    ¡Córtala!, déjame tranquilo.
    Stop it! leave me alone.
  5. (Chile) to shut off
    Corta el agua, por favor.
    Shut off the water please.
  6. to haircut
  7. to finish a relationship
    Deberías cortar con él.
    You should dump him.

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