imperador

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imperador

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From Old Portuguese emperador, from Latin imperātor (emperor; commander). Cognate with Galician emperador, Spanish emperador, Catalan emperador, Occitan emperador, French empereur, Italian imperatore and Romanian împărat.

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imperador m (plural imperadores, feminine imperatriz, feminine plural imperatrizes)

  1. emperor (ruler of an empire)

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