ațâța

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From Vulgar Latin *attitiāre, from Latin tītiō ‎(brand). Compare Italian attizzare (Calabrian dialect azzizzare), Sardinian attittare, French attiser, Portuguese atiçar, Spanish atizar.

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a ațâța ‎(third-person singular present ațâță, past participle ațâțat1st conj.

  1. to incite, rouse, stir up, instigate, provoke, excite

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