curtir

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From Vulgar Latin *contrire/ *conterire from Latin conterere, present active infintive of conterō.

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curtir (first-person singular present indicative curto, past participle curtido)

  1. to tan (to change an animal hide into leather)
  2. to pickle (to store food in a solution)
  3. (figuratively) to be able to suffer through something
  4. (Brazil, slang) to enjoy; to like

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin conterere, present active infintive of conterō.

Verb[edit]

curtir (first-person singular present curto, first-person singular preterite curtí, past participle curtido)

  1. to tan, cure (a hide)

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