diramare

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Etymology[edit]

From di- +‎ ramo, or from Vulgar Latin *dērāmāre, from Latin rāmus ‎(branch). Compare Romanian dărâma, Dalmatian dramur, Old French deramer, Spanish and Portuguese derramar.

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diramare

  1. (transitive) To issue, to put out, to release.
  2. (transitive) To broadcast.
  3. (transitive) To prune or lop a tree.

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