tosar

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From Old Portuguese tosar, from Vulgar Latin *tōnsāre, frequentative verb of Latin tondeō, through its past participle, tōnsus. Compare Italian tosare.

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tosar (first-person singular present indicative toso, past participle tosado)

  1. to shear (to remove the fleece from a sheep)
  2. to crop (to cut hair short)
  3. to trim or cut a pet's hair (as part of pet grooming)

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Etymology 2[edit]

From Old Portuguese tosar, from Vulgar Latin *tusāre, frequentative verb of Latin tundō, through its past participle, tusus.

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tosar (first-person singular present indicative toso, past participle tosado)

  1. to beat up

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