See also: ante, Ante, Ánte, ānte, ante-, anté-, and an té

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  • IPA(key): /ˈɑn.tə/
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-ante f (plural -antes, masculine -ant)

  1. appended to the stem of a verb, it yields a noun which signifies a female subject who performs the action of that verb (see agent noun)

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Eastern Arrernte

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-ante

  1. only, just

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Esperanto

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-ante

  1. See -ant-

French

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-ante f

  1. (adjective) feminine of -ant

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-ante f (plural -antes, masculine ant)

  1. (noun) female equivalent of -ant

Italian

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Etymology

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From Latin -antem.

Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): /ˈan.te/
  • Rhymes: -ante
  • Hyphenation: -àn‧te

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-ante (non-lemma form of verb-forming suffix)

  1. used with a stem to form the present participle of regular -are verbs

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-ante (adjective-forming suffix, plural -anti) -ante m or f by sense (noun-forming suffix, plural -anti)

  1. added to verbs to form agentive adjectives and agent nouns
    abitare (to inhabit) + ‎-ante → ‎abitante (inhabitant)
    cantare (to sing) + ‎-ante → ‎cantante (singer)

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Latin

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-ante

  1. ablative singular masculine/feminine/neuter of -āns

Portuguese

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Etymology

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Inherited from Latin -antem.

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-ante m or f (adjective-forming suffix, plural -antes)

  1. -ing, -ant; forms adjectives from verbs ending in -ar
    estimular (to stimulate) + ‎-ante → ‎estimulante (stimulating)
    brilhar (to shine) + ‎-ante → ‎brilhante (brilliant)

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-ante m or f by sense (noun-forming suffix, plural -antes)

  1. -er, -ant; forms agent nouns from verbs ending in -ar
    Synonyms: -eiro, -dor
    viajar (to travel) + ‎-ante → ‎viajante (voyager, traveler)
    anunciar (to announce) + ‎-ante → ‎anunciante (announcer)
    estimular (to stimulate) + ‎-ante → ‎estimulante (stimulant)

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Etymology

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Inherited from Latin -antem.

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-ante m or f (adjective-forming suffix, masculine and feminine plural -antes)
-ante m or f by sense (noun-forming suffix, plural -antes)

  1. forms adjectives and nouns from verbs, particularly verbs in -ar

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