limpar

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Galician[edit]

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From limpo, or from Old Portuguese, from Late Latin limpidāre, from Latin limpidus.

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limpar (first-person singular present limpo, first-person singular preterite limpei, past participle limpado)

  1. to clean.
  2. to wash.

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limpar

  1. to slide

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From limpo (clean) +‎ -ar, or from Old Portuguese, from Late Latin limpidāre, from Latin limpidus (clear; limpid). Compare Spanish limpiar.

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limpar (first-person singular present indicative limpo, past participle limpado)

  1. to clean (to remove dirt from a place or object)
  2. (figuratively) to remove all contents from a location or container
    Ele limpou o prato.
    He cleaned the plate.
    Os ladrões limparam a casa.
    The thieves cleaned out the house.
  3. (intransitive, of the sky or weather) to stop being cloudy or foggy; to clear up
  4. to eviscerate and descale an animal for consumption

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