réprobo

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See also: reprobo and reprobó

Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin reprōbus (false; spurious; rejected), from reprōbo (I condemn).

Adjective[edit]

réprobo m (feminine singular réproba, masculine plural réprobos, feminine plural réprobas, comparable)

  1. reprobate; immoral
  2. (religion) reprobate (rejected by God)

Noun[edit]

réprobo m (plural réprobos, feminine réproba, feminine plural réprobas)

  1. a reprobate, immoral person

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Spanish[edit]

Adjective[edit]

réprobo (feminine réproba, masculine plural réprobos, feminine plural réprobas)

  1. reprobate

Noun[edit]

réprobo m (plural réprobos, feminine réproba, feminine plural réprobas)

  1. reprobate