adornar

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From Latin adōrnāre, present active infinitive of adōrnō.

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adornar (first-person singular present adorno, past participle adornat)

  1. to adorn
    • 2009, Jean Grave, Les Aventures d'en Nono:
      es trovaba dividida en llotges profusament adornades
      (please add an English translation of this quote)

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin adōrnāre, present active infinitive of adōrnō.

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adornar (first-person singular present indicative adorno, past participle adornado)

  1. to adorn
    Synonyms: enfeitar, ornamentar, ornar

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  • adornar” in Dicionário Priberam da Língua Portuguesa.

Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin adōrnāre, present active infinitive of adōrnō.

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  • IPA(key): /adorˈnaɾ/, [aðorˈnaɾ]

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adornar (first-person singular present adorno, first-person singular preterite adorné, past participle adornado)

  1. to adorn, to ornament, to decorate, to garnish, to embellish, to dress, to bedeck, to deck
    Synonym: decorar
  2. to trim (e.g. a Christmas tree)
  3. (Argentina, slang) to buy off; to bribe
    Synonym: sobornar

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