strãmbu

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Aromanian[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Vulgar Latin *strambus, from Latin strabus. Compare Romanian strâmb.

Adjective[edit]

strãmbu m ‎(feminine singular strãmbã, masculine plural strãnghi, feminine plural strãmbi or strãmbe)

  1. crooked, bent, twisted, not straight

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Etymology 2[edit]

From the above adjective. Compare Romanian strâmba, strâmb.

Verb[edit]

strãmbu ‎(past participle strãmbatã)

  1. I twist, curb, bend.
  2. I oppose.
  3. I bypass (e.g. a road).
  4. I wrong.

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