suborno

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suborno

  1. first-person singular present indicative of subornare

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From sub (under, beneath) + ōrnō (equip, dress).

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present active subōrnō, present infinitive subōrnāre, perfect active subornāvī, supine subornātum

  1. I equip, I adorn, I provide, I furnish
  2. I incite secretly, I suborn, I instigate

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Portuguese[edit]

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suborno m

  1. bribe.

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