entre-

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See also: entre and entré

French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin inter- via Old French entre

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entre-

  1. inter-

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Middle French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin inter-

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entre-

  1. (chiefly verbal prefix) reciprocally; to each other
    entredonner
    to give to one another

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Old French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin inter-

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entre-

  1. (chiefly verbal prefix) reciprocally; to each other
    entreferir
    to strike one another

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin inter-. Doublet of inter-.

Prefix[edit]

entre-

  1. inter- (among, between)
    entre- + ‎pôr (to put) → ‎entrepor (to put between)
    entre- + ‎cena (scene) → ‎entrecena (interval between scenes)
  2. in a crisscrossing pattern
    entre- + ‎cortar (to cut) → ‎entrecortar (to cut in a grid)
    entre- + ‎laçar (to enlace) → ‎entrelaçar (to interweave)
  3. slightly
    entre- + ‎abrir (to open) → ‎entreabrir (to open slightly)
    entre- + ‎ver (to see) → ‎entrever (to catch a glimpse of)

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Spanish[edit]

Prefix[edit]

entre-

  1. inter- (among, between)

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