diskutēt

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Latvian[edit]

Diskutēt

Etymology[edit]

Via some other European language, ultimately from Latin discutere (to strike or shake apart, to break up, to scatter; in derivatives and in Medieval Latin, also to examine, to discuss), from dis- (apart) and quatere (to shake).

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diskutēt tr. or intr., 2nd conj., pres. diskutēju, diskutē, diskutē, past diskutēju

  1. to discuss, to debate (to debate a question, especially a controversial or confusing one; to participate in a discussion)
    diskutēt par jaunākajiem notikumiem — to discuss, debate the latest events
    diskutēt jautājumu — to discuss a question, topic, subject
    kas dzejoļa autors, par to mums nav jādiskutē, to taču norāda paraksts — who the author of the poem (is), that we don't have to discuss, the signature shows it

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