resultar

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Catalan[edit]

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From Latin resultare.

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resultar (first-person singular present resulto, past participle resultat)

  1. to result, to turn out, to end up, to prove

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resultar (first-person singular present resulto, first-person singular preterite resultei, past participle resultado)

  1. to result, to turn out, to end up, to prove

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Interlingua[edit]

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resultar

  1. to result

Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Medieval Latin resultare, frequentative of classical Latin resilire.

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resultar (first-person singular present indicative resulto, past participle resultado)

  1. to result
    • 2009, Various authors, Inglaterra, Escócia e País de Gales, page 21:
      A variedade de paisagens, a cultura, a literatura, a arte e a arquitetura, somadas à rica história, resultam em um equilíbrio entre passado e presente.
      The variety of countryside, the culture, the literature, the art and the architecture, together with its rich history, result in a balance between the past and the present.

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  • resultar” in Dicionário Priberam da Língua Portuguesa.

Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin resultare.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /resulˈtaɾ/, [resul̪ˈt̪aɾ]

Verb[edit]

resultar (first-person singular present resulto, first-person singular preterite resulté, past participle resultado)

  1. to result, to turn out, to end up, to prove
    Todo resultó bien.
    Everything came out okay in the end.
    Resultó ser cierto.It turned out to be true.
    Resulta que…As it turns out
  2. to work out
  3. to seem, to look
    El piso resulta pequeña.The flat seems small.
    ¿Te resulta familiar?Sound familiar?
    Me resultó agotador.I found it exhausting. (literally, “It looked exhausting to me.”)
  4. (Spain, colloquial) to be pretty
    Synonym: agradar

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