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escoar

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EtymologyEdit

es- +‎ coar (to filter), from Latin cōlāre, present active infinitive of cōlō (I filter), or through a Vulgar Latin root *excōlāre. Compare Spanish escolar, French écouler, Italian scolare, Sicilian sculari.

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VerbEdit

escoar (first-person singular present indicative escoo, past participle escoado)

  1. to drain
    Abriu-se um canal para escoar a lagoa.
    A channel was built to drain the lagoon.

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