smulge

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Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin *exmulgere, from mulgere (to milk). Compare Aromanian smulgu, Italian smungere, Asturian esmucir. An alternative past participle, smult (from Latin *exmulctus, from mulctus), also exists.

Verb[edit]

a smulge (third-person singular present smulge, past participle smuls3rd conj.

  1. to wrest, wrench, snatch, pluck
  2. to rip (out), tear away, break off

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