plaure

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See also: plauré

Catalan[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Catalan plaer, plaser (or formed analogically from the conjugated form plau), related to Old Occitan plazer and its variants, from Latin placēre. See also plaer (pleasure). Compare Occitan and French plaire.

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plaure (first-person singular present plac, past participle plagut)

  1. to please
  2. to satisfy

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