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
    A minha casa dista do centro.
    My house is far from downtown.
  2. (of concepts, ideas, systems) to differ (to be different)
    O 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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