frântură

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin frāctura through a Vulgar Latin root *franctura (cf. also Old French frainture, Old Italian frantura), or from frânt +‎ -ură, past participle of frânge. Compare fractură, a borrowed doublet.

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frântură f (plural frânturi)

  1. bit, piece, fragment

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