copular

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English[edit]

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copula +‎ -ar

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copular (not comparable)

  1. (grammar) Being or relating to a copula.
    a copular verb

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copular (first-person singular present copulo, past participle copulat)

  1. to copulate

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copular

  1. to copulate
  2. (transitive) to mate

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Portuguese[edit]

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copular (first-person singular present indicative copulo, past participle copulado)

  1. to copulate (to engage in sexual intercourse)
  2. to bind; to connect

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copular (first-person singular present copulo, first-person singular preterite copulé, past participle copulado)

  1. to copulate

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