descansar

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descansar (first-person singular indicative present descanso, past participle descansáu)

  1. (intransitive) to rest (intransitive: take repose)

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des- (de-) +‎ cansar (to tire)

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descansar (first-person singular present descanso, past participle descansat)

  1. to rest

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

des- +‎ cansar, literally de-tire

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descansar (first-person singular present indicative descanso, past participle descansado)

  1. to rest

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From des- +‎ cansar, literally de-tire.

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  • IPA(key): /deskanˈsaɾ/, [d̪eskãnˈsaɾ]

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descansar (first-person singular present descanso, first-person singular preterite descansé, past participle descansado)

  1. (intransitive) to rest, relax (be in a state of rest or inactivity)
  2. (also figurative, transitive with en) to sit, to rest on
    • 2020 July 10, “Iglesias cree que “el debate sobre la utilidad de la Monarquía” crece pero ve difícil cambios a corto plazo”, in El País[1]:
      El vicepresidente segundo, Pablo Iglesias, ha asegurado este viernes que no se pueden desvincular los delitos de Juan Carlos I de su condición de rey y que la legitimidad de Felipe VI “descansa precisamente” en que es hijo del exmonarca.
      The second vice-president, Pablo Iglesias, assured this Friday that the crimes of Juan Carlos I cannot be disassociated from his status as king and that the legitimacy of Felipe VI "rests precisely" on the fact that he is the son of the former monarch.
  3. (transitive) to rest (put into a state of rest)

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