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apuntar (first-person singular present apunto, past participle apuntat)

  1. (transitive) to note, to write down
  2. (transitive, reflexive, apuntar-se) to sign up
  3. (transitive) to point
  4. (transitive) to aim
  5. to point out
    • 2016 October 1, “Javier Fernández avisa que el PSOE no donarà estabilitat a Rajoy”, in El Periódico[1]:
      Segons ha apuntat, l'estabilitat "se l'haurà de buscar dia a dia" el partit conservador.
      (please add an English translation of this quote)

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apuntar (present tense apuntas, past tense apuntis, future tense apuntos, imperative apuntez, conditional apuntus)

  1. to aim

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EtymologyEdit

From punto or punta.

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IPA(key): /a.punˈtaɾ/

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apuntar (first-person singular present apunto, first-person singular preterite apunté, past participle apuntado)

  1. to point, to aim
  2. to point to, to point at, to point out, to indicate
  3. to underline, to mark (text)
  4. to note, to note down, to write down
  5. to outline, to sketch
  6. (transitive, reflexive, apuntarse) to sign up
  7. to baste
  8. to tack
  9. to fasten temporarily
  10. to sharpen
  11. to point
  12. to patch, to darn, to sew, to mend
  13. to prompt, to cue, to whisper the answer
  14. to mention, to mention in passing
  15. to bet, to put up money, to stake
  16. to hint, to suggest

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