prometer

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prometer

  1. to promise

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From Old Portuguese prometer, from Latin prōmittere, present active infinitive of promittō (I promise; I send forth).

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prometer (first-person singular present indicative prometo, past participle prometido)

  1. to promise (to commit to something or action; to make an oath)
  2. to indicate that something is likely
    O céu nublado promete chuva.
    The cloudy sky promises rain
  3. (intransitive) to be promising (likely to develop in a desirable fashion)

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prometer (first-person singular present prometo, first-person singular preterite prometí, past participle prometido)

  1. to promise

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