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alambicar

GalicianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From the noun alambique (still), from Arabic إنبيق (’inbīq, still), from Ancient Greek ἄμβιξ (ámbiks).

VerbEdit

alambicar (first-person singular present alambico, first-person singular preterite alambiquei, past participle alambicado)

  1. to distill
  2. to complicate

ConjugationEdit

SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From the noun alambique (still), from Arabic إنبيق (’inbīq, still), from Ancient Greek ἄμβιξ (ámbiks).

VerbEdit

alambicar (first-person singular present alambico, first-person singular preterite alambiqué, past participle alambicado)

  1. to distill
  2. to scrutinize, to examine closely
  3. to complicate excessively

ConjugationEdit