rúbrica

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See also: rubrica and rubricá

Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Alteration of rubrica.

Pronunciation[edit]

 

  • Hyphenation: rú‧bri‧ca

Noun[edit]

rúbrica f (plural rúbricas)

  1. Misspelling of rubrica.
    • 2018, “Vem aí uma nova rúbrica de Rui Miguel Abreu sobre o prazer de ouvir em vinil. [Here comes a new column by Rui Miguel Abreu on the pleasure of listening to vinyl.]”, in Comunidade Cultura e Arte[1]:
    • 2022, “Governo do Estado divulga as rúbricas que têm direito à recomposição de 13,05% no salário [State Government discloses the rubrics that are entitled to the 13.05% recomposition in salary]”, in Extra Globo[2]:
    • 2022, “"Isto foi brincar aos pobrezinhos", diz Eduardo Cintra Torres na rúbrica 'Imagens da Semana' ["This was playing as the poor", says Eduardo Cintra Torres in the 'Images of the Week' column.]”, in CM[3]:
    • 2023, “Parlamento: Oposição pede à ministra Eunice Silva que explique em que rúbricas do OE2023 estão contempladas várias infraestruturas prometidas pelo governo [Parliament: Opposition asks Minister Eunice Silva to explain under which headings of the State Budget for 2023 several infrastructures promised by the government are contemplated.]”, in A Semana[4]:

Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin rubrīca (red ochre).

Noun[edit]

rúbrica f (plural rúbricas)

  1. signature, initialing
  2. title, heading; section
  3. rubric

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