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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Late Latin augmentāre, present active infinitive of augmentō(increase), from Latin augmentum(growth, increase), from increase.

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augmentar ‎(first-person singular present augmento, past participle augmentat)

  1. to increase, to augment

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from English augment, French augmenter, German Augment, Italian aumentare, Spanish aumentar, ultimately from Late Latin augmentāre, present active infinitive of augmentō.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /au̯g.menˈtar/, /au̯g.mɛnˈtaɾ/

VerbEdit

augmentar (present tense augmentas, past tense augmentis, future tense augmentos, imperative augmentez, conditional augmentus)

  1. (transitive, intransitive) to augment: to increase, enlarge, to make larger or more numerous
  2. to raise (rents, prices, wages, etc.)

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  • augmento(augmentation, increase, aggravation; rise (in price); (gram.) augment) (act)
  • augmenteso(augmentation, increase, aggravation; rise (in price)) (state)
  • augmenturo(augmentation, increase, aggravation; rise (in price)) (result)

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augmentar

  1. to increase, to augment

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augmentar

  1. Superseded spelling of aumentar.