manjar

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Verb[edit]

manjar (present tense manjas, past tense manjis, future tense manjos, imperative manjez, conditional manjus)

  1. to eat

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Occitan[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin manducare, present active infinitive of manducō.

Verb[edit]

manjar

  1. to eat

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin manducare, present active infinitive of manducō.

Noun[edit]

manjar m (plural manjares)

  1. food; dish

Verb[edit]

manjar (first-person singular present indicative manjo, past participle manjado)

  1. to eat

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From a verb that originally meant "to eat", preserved thus in Portuguese, from Latin manducare, present active infinitive of manducō.

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Noun[edit]

manjar m (plural manjares)

  1. food, sustenance (especially delicious food, or one of the types of foods listed below)
  2. sustenance (something which invigorates mind or body)
  3. (obsolete) suit (one of the four types of cards in a deck)
  4. (Chile) fudge (sweet candy spread)

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