dilatar

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From Latin dīlātāre, present active infinitive of dīlātō.

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dilatar (first-person singular present dilato, past participle dilatat)

  1. to dilate
  2. to postpone

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Verb[edit]

dilatar (present tense dilatas, past tense dilatis, future tense dilatos, imperative dilatez, conditional dilatus)

  1. to dilate, expand, enlarge (in volume)

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dilatar (first-person singular present indicative dilato, past participle dilatado)

  1. to dilate, expand, enlarge, widen

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin dīlātāre, present active infinitive of dīlātō.

Verb[edit]

dilatar (first-person singular present dilato, first-person singular preterite dilaté, past participle dilatado)

  1. to dilate

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