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EtymologyEdit

Afiar (to sharpen) +‎ -ado (-ed).

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AdjectiveEdit

afiado m (feminine singular afiada, masculine plural afiados, feminine plural afiadas, comparable)

  1. sharp (able to cut easily)
    Faca afiada.Sharp knife.
    Synonyms: aguçado, agudo, amolado
    Antonyms: boto, cego, embotado, rombo, rombudo
  2. (figuratively) witty (clever; amusingly ingenious)
    Humor afiado.Witty humour.
    Synonym: perspicaz
  3. (figuratively, Brazil) well prepared for something
    Os estudandes estão afiados para a prova.The students are well prepared for the test.
    Synonym: preparado

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VerbEdit

afiado (feminine singular afiada, masculine plural afiados, feminine plural afiadas)

  1. masculine singular past participle of afiar