discret

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discret m (feminine discreta, masculine plural discrets, feminine plural discretes)

  1. discreet
  2. discrete

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Latin discretus (separate).

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discret m (feminine singular discrète, masculine plural discrets, feminine plural discrètes)

  1. discreet
  2. (mathematics) discrete

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Old French[edit]

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Latin discretus (separate).

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discret m (oblique and nominative feminine singular discrete)

  1. different (not identical)

Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

French discret < Latin discretus (separate).

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discret m, n (feminine singular discretă, masculine plural discreți, feminine and neuter plural discrete)

  1. discreet

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