alambicar

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Galician[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From the noun alambique (still), from Arabic إنبيق (’inbīq, still), from Ancient Greek ἄμβιξ (ámbiks).

Verb[edit]

alambicar (first-person singular present alambico, first-person singular preterite alambiquei, past participle alambicado)

  1. to distill
  2. to complicate

Conjugation[edit]

Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From the noun alambique (still), from Arabic إنبيق (’inbīq, still), from Ancient Greek ἄμβιξ (ámbiks).

Verb[edit]

alambicar (first-person singular present alambico, first-person singular preterite alambiqué, past participle alambicado)

  1. to distill
  2. to scrutinize, to examine closely
  3. to complicate excessively

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