strâmt

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From Vulgar Latin *strinctus, from Latin strictus. Compare Aromanian strimtu. A similar nasal infix occurred in old Italian and Neapolitan strinto, Friulian strent, Venetian strento, Logudorese Sardinian istrintu, French étreint.

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strâmt m, n (feminine singular strâmtă, masculine plural strâmți, feminine and neuter plural strâmte)

  1. narrow, tight

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