hibernar

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hibernar (first-person singular present hiberno, past participle hibernat)

  1. to hibernate

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Portuguese[edit]

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From Latin hībernāre (to pass winter), from hībernus (of winter).

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hibernar (first-person singular present indicative hiberno, past participle hibernado)

  1. (biology) to hibernate (to spend winter time in hibernation)
  2. (computing) to hibernate (to enter a standby state)

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin hībernāre, present active infinitive of hībernō.

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hibernar (first-person singular present hiberno, first-person singular preterite hiberné, past participle hibernado)

  1. to hibernate

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