derribar

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derribar (first-person singular present indicative derribo, past participle derribado)

  1. Alternative form of derrubar

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Etymology[edit]

From Vulgar Latin *derīpāre, from Latin rīpa, whence English river and riven (torn apart violently).

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  • IPA(key): /deriˈbaɾ/, [d̪eriˈβaɾ]

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derribar (first-person singular present derribo, first-person singular preterite derribé, past participle derribado)

  1. to bring down, to shoot down
  2. to knock down, to demolish, to break down, to tear down, to topple, to pull down, to kick down, to batter down
  3. to overthrow
  4. to take down, to tackle, to knock over

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