fresar

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From fresa (endmill) +‎ -ar, or from Vulgar Latin frēsare[1], frequentative of Latin frendō, frendere (to grind) through its past participle frēsum[2]. The main sense of "to mill" was probably taken French fraiser.

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fresar (first-person singular present freso, first-person singular preterite fresé, past participle fresado)

  1. to mill (using a milling cutter)
  2. to mix flour with water before kneading
  3. (rare, dated) to grunt, gripe, complain

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