desface

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From Vulgar Latin disfacere, present active infinitive of disfaciō, from Latin dis- + faciō ‎(do, make) or from des- +‎ face. Compare Aromanian disfac, disfatsiri, Catalan desfer, French défaire, Italian disfare, Portuguese desfazer, Spanish deshacer.

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a desface ‎(third-person singular present desface, past participle desfăcut3rd conj.

  1. to undo
  2. to open, loosen
  3. to untie, unfasten, unfurl
  4. to disassemble

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