permutar

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from French permuter, German permutieren, Italian permutare, Spanish permutar, from Latin permūtō, from per (through, along) + mūtō (I change, alter).

Verb[edit]

permutar (present tense permutas, past tense permutis, future tense permutos, imperative permutez, conditional permutus)

  1. (transitive) to transpose, interchange
  2. (transitive, mathematics) to permute

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Spanish[edit]

Verb[edit]

permutar (first-person singular present permuto, first-person singular preterite permuté, past participle permutado)

  1. to exchange
  2. (mathematics) to permute

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