segurar

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From Old Portuguese segurar, from seguro (safe), from Latin sēcūrus (careless; unconcerned).

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segurar (first-person singular present indicative seguro, past participle segurado)

  1. to hold; to grasp
  2. to make safe
  3. to hold back (to act with reserve; to contain one’s full measure or power)
  4. to hold back; to contain; to stop
  5. to insure (to provide for compensation if some specified risk occurs)

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