libertar

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Borrowed from Latin lībertāre, present active infinitive of lībertō (liberate, exempt), from lībertās (liberty, freedom), from līber (free), from Proto-Indo-European *h₁lewdʰ- (people).

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libertar (first-person singular present indicative liberto, past participle libertado)

  1. to free, liberate (make free)

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Latin lībertāre, present active infinitive of lībertō (liberate, exempt).

Verb[edit]

libertar (first-person singular present liberto, first-person singular preterite liberté, past participle libertado)

  1. to liberate or set free

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