Borrowed from Italian portato, past participle of portare (“to bring, carry, bear”), from porta (“door, gate”).
- (music) In an unconnected manner, as opposed to legato, but not as short as staccato.
portato (accusative singular portaton, plural portatoj, accusative plural portatojn)
- singular present nominal passive participle of porti
portato (feminine singular portata, masculine plural portati, feminine plural portate)
- prone, inclined, that has a bent
portato m (plural portati) (rare)
- result, outcome
- past participle of portare
- second-person singular present active imperative of portō
- third-person singular present active imperative of portō