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tunar

PortugueseEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From the French phrase French roi de Thunes "King of Tunis," used to refer to vagabonds. More at Thune.[1]

VerbEdit

tunar (first-person singular present indicative tuno, past participle tunado)

  1. to be idle or lazy
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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Beauquier, Vocabulaire étymologique des provincialismes usités dans le département du Doubs

Etymology 2Edit

From English to tune (to adjust a mechanical, electric or electronic device).

VerbEdit

tunar (first-person singular present indicative tuno, past participle tunado)

  1. to tune an automobile; to engage in car tuning
ConjugationEdit