distar

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From Latin distare ‎(to be far).

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distar ‎(first-person singular present indicative disto, past participle distado)

  1. to be far
    Minha casa dista do centro.
    My house is far from downtown.
  2. (of concepts, ideas, systems) to differ (to be different)
    Teu plano não dista muito do meu.
    Your plan is not very different from mine.

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Verb[edit]

distar ‎(first-person singular present disto, first-person singular preterite disté, past participle distado)

  1. to be far from

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