caldre

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From a variant of Old Provençal caler, from Latin calēre, present active infinitive of caleō, from Proto-Italic *kalēō, from Proto-Indo-European *ḱelh₁-.

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caldre

  1. (impersonal) it is needed, it is necessary
  2. (impersonal, +que +relative clause) to have to, to need to must

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