Portuguese edit

Etymology edit

From auspício +‎ -oso.[1][2]

Pronunciation edit

 
  • (Brazil) IPA(key): /aws.pi.siˈo.zu/ [aʊ̯s.pi.sɪˈo.zu], (faster pronunciation) /aws.piˈsjo.zu/ [aʊ̯s.piˈsjo.zu]
    • (Rio de Janeiro) IPA(key): /awʃ.pi.siˈo.zu/ [aʊ̯ʃ.pi.sɪˈo.zu], (faster pronunciation) /awʃ.piˈsjo.zu/ [aʊ̯ʃ.piˈsjo.zu]
    • (Southern Brazil) IPA(key): /aws.pi.siˈo.zo/ [aʊ̯s.pi.sɪˈo.zo], (faster pronunciation) /aws.piˈsjo.zo/ [aʊ̯s.piˈsjo.zo]

  • Hyphenation: aus‧pi‧ci‧o‧so

Adjective edit

auspicioso (feminine auspiciosa, masculine plural auspiciosos, feminine plural auspiciosas, metaphonic)

  1. auspicious; expected to bring or predicting good outcomes
    Synonyms: promissor, favorável

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Spanish edit

Etymology edit

From auspicio +‎ -oso.

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): (Spain) /auspiˈθjoso/ [au̯s.piˈθjo.so]
  • IPA(key): (Latin America) /auspiˈsjoso/ [au̯s.piˈsjo.so]
  • Rhymes: -oso
  • Syllabification: aus‧pi‧cio‧so

Adjective edit

auspicioso (feminine auspiciosa, masculine plural auspiciosos, feminine plural auspiciosas)

  1. auspicious
    • 2015 October 4, “Seísmo catalán”, in El País[1]:
      También el ecosocialismo de Iniciativa ha sufrido un duro revés, apenas compensado por su alianza con Podemos: ni el conspicuo pasado de aquella ni el auspicioso futuro de este grupo han impedido el revés.
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