vilão

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vilão

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From Old Portuguese vilão, from Medieval Latin villanus (farm worker), from Latin vīlla (country house).

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vilão m (plural vilãos or vilães or vilões, feminine vilã, feminine plural vilãs, feminine viloa, feminine plural viloas)

  1. villain (a vile, wicked person)
  2. villain (bad person in a work of fiction)
  3. something which causes a problem
  4. (historical) villein (a feudal tenant)
  5. (obsolete) a non-noble who lives in a city or village

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vilão m (plural vilãos, plural vilões, plural vilães, feminine vilã, feminine plural vilãs, feminine viloa, feminine plural viloas)

  1. villainous (of, relating to, or appropriate to a villain)
  2. coarse (lacking refinement)
  3. vile; wicked
  4. (obsolete) village or city-dwelling

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