aține

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See also: atine and atiné

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From the variant form aținea, from Vulgar Latin *attenēre, from Latin attinēre, present active infinitive of attineō.

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a aține (third-person singular present aține, past participle aținut3rd conj.

  1. to lie in wait for someone by following them closely; lurk behind someone; stalk
  2. to be ready to catch or ambush someone (who is trying to escape)

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