lucrar

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lucrar (first-person singular present lucro, past participle lucrat)

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lucrar (first-person singular present lucro, first-person singular preterite lucrei, past participle lucrado)

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Portuguese[edit]

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Borrowed from Latin lucrārī, present active infinitive of lucror. Compare the inherited lograr.

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lucrar (first-person singular present indicative lucro, past participle lucrado)

  1. (business) to profit (to earn a profit)

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Spanish[edit]

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Borrowed from Latin lucrārī, present active infinitive of lucror. Compare the inherited lograr.

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lucrar (first-person singular present lucro, first-person singular preterite lucré, past participle lucrado)

  1. to profit, win, gain, opportune, lucrate
  2. to obtain one's desires
  3. (reflexive) To make a killing, get rich

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