alzar

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Asturian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Vulgar Latin *altiāre, present active infinitive of *altiō, from Latin altus (high).

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alzar (first-person singular indicative present alzo, past participle alzáu)

  1. to lift, raise
  2. to rise, go up
  3. to be above
  4. to be (a certain height)
  5. to make off with, to seize
  6. to run off, leave
  7. (reflexive) to stand up (to), to rebel

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Etymology[edit]

From Medieval Latin altiāre, present active infinitive of altiō, from Latin altus (high). Compare Aromanian analtsu, Catalan alçar, Dalmatian alzur, French hausser, Friulian alçâ, Italian alzare, Occitan auçar, Portuguese alçar, Romani auzar, Romanian înălța, Romansch auzar, Sardinian altsare.

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alzar (first-person singular present alzo, first-person singular preterite alcé, past participle alzado)

  1. (transitive) to lift, raise
  2. (transitive) to remove; to steal
  3. (transitive) to hide
  4. (reflexive) to rise up, revolt
  5. (reflexive, with preposition con) to achieve, obtain
    se alzaron con el trofeo
    they got the trophy
  6. (reflexive, law) to appeal

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  • Rule: z becomes a c before e.

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