decompor

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Etymology[edit]

De-- (de-) +‎ compor (to compose), from Old Portuguese compõer, from Latin compōnere, present active infinitive of compōnō (I compose), from com- + pōnō (I put).

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decompor (first-person singular present indicative decomponho, past participle decomposto)

  1. to decompose (to break something down into its components)
  2. to decompose; to rot; to decay
  3. (figuratively) to analyse every element of something individually
  4. (linguistics) to parse (to resolve a sentence into its elements)

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  • (to break something down into its components): juntar, unir

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