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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from French abattre, Italian abbattere, Spanish abatir. In length also from English abatis.

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VerbEdit

abatar (present tense abatas, past tense abatis, future tense abatos, imperative abatez, conditional abatus)

  1. (transitive) to knock, beat, strike down, fell (a tree, wall, person, etc.)
    Il abatis muro dil domo anciena.
    He knocked down a wall of the old house.

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