apoiar

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Galician[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Portuguese, probably from Late Latin or Vulgar Latin *appodiāre, present active infinitive of *appodiō, from Latin podium.

Verb[edit]

apoiar (first-person singular present apoio, first-person singular preterite apoiei, past participle apoiado)

  1. to support

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Portuguese, probably from Late Latin or Vulgar Latin *appodiāre, present active infinitive of *appodiō, from Latin podium. Compare French appuyer, Spanish apoyar, Italian appoggiare, cf. also Occitan and Catalan pujar.

Verb[edit]

apoiar (first-person singular present indicative apóio, past participle apoiado)

  1. to second (to agree as a second person)
  2. to support

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