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avezar

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EtymologyEdit

From vezar, from Vulgar Latin *vitiāre (accustom, habituate, familiarize), from Latin vitium. Compare Italian avvezzare, Portuguese vezar, avezar, Provençal avezar, envezar, Catalan avesar, Romanian învăța.

VerbEdit

avezar (first-person singular present avezo, first-person singular preterite avecé, past participle avezado)

  1. (transitive) accustom, inure, familiarize

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