acudir

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acudir (first-person singular present acudeixo, past participle acudit)

  1. to go to, to attend

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From Old Portuguese acudir, from earlier recudir, from Latin recutere, present active infinitive of recutiō.

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acudir (first-person singular present indicative acudo, past participle acudido)

  1. to respond, retort
  2. to help
  3. to run to; converge (on)

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

A blend between recudir (to return, pay) and acorrer (to help, aid).

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  • IPA(key): /akuˈdiɾ/, [akuˈðiɾ]

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acudir (first-person singular present acudo, first-person singular preterite acudí, past participle acudido)

  1. to go to, to attend
    • 2010, Germán San Nicasio, La cárcel de Jackson Pollock, Eutelequia (ISBN 9788493825607), page 89
      Acudiste al evento con dos horas de retraso y disfrazado de Spiderman.
      You went to the event two hours late and dressed as Spiderman.
  2. to turn to, to consult
  3. to come to mind

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