constar

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Catalan[edit]

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constar (first-person singular present consto, past participle constat)

  1. To consist (of)
  2. to be clear or obvious
  3. to appear, to figure

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Borrowed from Latin cōnstāre (to stand together; to consist of).

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constar (first-person singular present indicative consto, past participle constado)

  1. (transitive with de) to consist of (to be composed of [the given entities])
    Nossa equipe consta de vinte membros.
    Our team consists of twenty members.
    Synonyms: consistir de
  2. (intransitive, or transitive with em) to be present (in)
    “Onde está a caneta?” “Não consta.”
    “Where is the pen.” “It is not here.”
  3. (dated, intransitive, or transitive with a or an indirect objective pronoun) to be certain, clear or evident (to)
    Isso realmente não me consta.
    This really doesn’t seem obvious to me.

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Latin constare

Verb[edit]

constar (first-person singular present consto, first-person singular preterite consté, past participle constado)

  1. to be constant, to be concrete, to be certain
  2. to consist
  3. to be written, to be on record
  4. to be or seem evident, clear, obvious to someone
    Used with dative:
    • A mí me consta que hoy día hace mucho frío. - 'It seems to me that it's very cold today'

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