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Inherited from Latin tenor, tenōrem. Doublet of tenor (tenor), which was borrowed from Italian.


teor m (plural teores)

  1. content
  2. kind, type
    • 1890, Aluísio Azevedo, O Cortiço
      Era um pobre-diabo caminhando para os setenta anos, antipático, cabelo branco, curto e duro, como escova, barba e bigode do mesmo teor []
      He was a poor devil reaching his seventy years, unlikable, his hair was white, short and thick, like a brush, beard and mustache of the same kind []


For quotations of use of this term, see Citations:teor.

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