déclore

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Etymology[edit]

From Old French desclore; equivalent to dé- +‎ clore. May also correspond to Latin discludō, discludere [1] (through a Vulgar Latin form *disclaudō, disclaudere. Compare Occitan desclaure, Catalan descloure, Italian dischiudere, Romanian deschide.

Verb[edit]

déclore

  1. (archaic) to open, reopen (open something which was closed)

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This verb is not conjugated in certain tenses.

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