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AsturianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Leonese [Term?], from Vulgar Latin or Late Latin cambiāre, from change in conjugation of cambīre, present active infinitive of cambiō, of Gaulish origin.

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cambiar (first-person singular indicative present cambio, past participle cambiáu)

  1. to change
  2. to exchange

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cambiar

  1. to change

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ItalianEdit

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cambiar

  1. Apocopic form of cambiare

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OccitanEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Occitan cambiar, from Vulgar Latin or Late Latin cambiāre, from change in conjugation of cambīre, present active infinitive of cambiō, of Gaulish origin. Compare Catalan canviar, French changer.

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cambiar

  1. to change, to modify

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PortugueseEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Portuguese cambiar, from Vulgar Latin or Late Latin cambiāre, from change in conjugation of cambīre, present active infinitive of cambiō, of Gaulish origin. Compare Spanish cambiar.

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cambiar (first-person singular present indicative cambio, past participle cambiado)

  1. to exchange (to trade or barter)

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SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Spanish, from Vulgar Latin or Late Latin cambiāre, from change in conjugation of cambīre, present active infinitive of cambiō, of Gaulish origin. Compare also the variant Old Spanish form camear. Cognate to Italian cambiare.

VerbEdit

cambiar (first-person singular present cambio, first-person singular preterite cambié, past participle cambiado)

  1. to change, modify
  2. to exchange
    Cambio mi cheque en el banco.
    I cash my check at the bank.
    ¿Dónde puedo cambiar mis dólares para pesos?
    Where can I exchange my dollars for pesos?

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