popolare

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From Latin populāris.

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popolare m, f (masculine and feminine plural popolari)

  1. of the people, people's, popular
  2. folk, vernacular
  3. popular, pop, widespread, hot
  4. working-class
  5. (plural; of prices) low, cheap

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Etymology 2[edit]

From popolo or possibly Late Latin populāre, from Latin populus. Compare Catalan, Spanish, and Occitan poblar, French peupler, Portuguese povoar, Romanian popula.

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popolare

  1. to populate, to people
  2. to populate, to inhabit

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