From derezar, from Vulgar Latin *dīrectiāre or *dērēctiāre, from Latin dīrectus. Compare Portuguese adereçar, French dresser, Italian drizzare.
aderezar (first-person singular present aderezo, first-person singular preterite aderecé, past participle aderezado)
- to dress, season (for cooking, etc.)
- to spice up, adorn, bedeck
- Rule: z becomes a c before e.
1 Argentine and Uruguayan voseo prefers the
tú form for the present subjunctive.
Other verbs with this conjugation: