decadere

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See also: decădere

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From Medieval Latin or Late Latin dēcadēre, from Latin dē- and cadere (to fall) (whence Italian cadere), a recomposition of the Classical Latin form dēcidō, dēcidere. Compare French déchoir, Spanish decaer, Portuguese decair.

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decadere

  1. (intransitive) To decline or lapse

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