laudar

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laudar (present tense laudas, past tense laudis, future tense laudos, imperative laudez, conditional laudus)

  1. to praise, laud

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Latin laudare, present active infinitive of laudo. Doublet with Spanish loar.

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laudar (first-person singular present laudo, first-person singular preterite laudé, past participle laudado)

  1. (law, transitive) to rule or deliver a verdict
  2. (archaic) to laud

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