librar

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See also: librâr

Romanian[edit]

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Borrowed from French libraire, Latin librārius.

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librar m (plural librari)

  1. bookseller

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin līberāre, present active infinitive of līberō. Doublet of liberar, which was borrowed.

Verb[edit]

librar (first-person singular present libro, first-person singular preterite libré, past participle librado)

  1. to save, to rescue, to deliver, to preserve
  2. to free, to exempt
  3. to place, to put (hope, trust)
  4. to issue (a check, a decree)
  5. to make (an appointment)
  6. to wage, to engage (battle, war)
  7. to give birth
  8. to expel the placenta

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