asustar

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Etymology[edit]

Either derived from susto, or less likely from a Latin suscitāre, present active infinitive of suscitō. More likely linked to Latin substāre, present active infinitive of substō, from sub- + stō. Compare Portuguese assustar.

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asustar (first-person singular present asusto, first-person singular preterite asusté, past participle asustado)

  1. (transitive) to scare
  2. (reflexive) to be scared, frightened

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