ruptar

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Etymology[edit]

Ultimately from Latin ruptūra (breaking or breaking off of a limb; fracture, breach, rupture), from the participle stem of rumpō (I break, burst, tear, rend, rupture; break asunder, force open).

Verb[edit]

ruptar (present tense ruptas, past tense ruptis, future tense ruptos, imperative ruptez, conditional ruptus)

  1. (transitive) to break (by force), snap, rupture

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