dissuadir

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin dissuādēre, present active infinitive of dissuādeō (dissuade).

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Verb[edit]

dissuadir (first-person singular present dissuadeixo, past participle dissuadit)

  1. to dissuade
    Antonym: persuadir

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin dissuādēre, present active infinitive of dissuādeō (dissuade).

Verb[edit]

dissuadir (first-person singular present indicative dissuado, past participle dissuadido)

  1. (transitive) to dissuade (convince not to try or do)
    Antonym: persuadir

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