trado

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From trāns (across, beyond) + (I give).

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present active trādō, present infinitive trādere, perfect active trādidī, supine trāditum

  1. I hand over, give up, deliver, transmit, surrender; impart; entrust, confide.
  2. I leave behind, bequeath.
  3. I give up or surrender (treacherously), betray.
  4. I deliver by teaching, propound, propose, teach.
  5. I hand down (to posterity by written communication), narrate, recount.

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trado m (plural trados)

  1. auger (tool for boring holes in wood)

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