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Borrowed from Latin compīlāre.

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compilar (first-person singular present compilo, first-person singular preterite compilí, past participle compilat)

  1. to compile (to put together)
    Synonym: recopilar
  2. (computing) to compile (a program)

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From Latin compīlāre, present active infinitive of compīlō.

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compilar (first-person singular present compilo, first-person singular preterite compilei, past participle compilado)

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Borrowed from Latin compīlāre.

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  • Hyphenation: com‧pi‧lar

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compilar (first-person singular present compilo, first-person singular preterite compilei, past participle compilado)

  1. (transitive) to compile (to assemble from a collection)
  2. (computing) to compile (to produce an executable from source code)

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From Latin compīlāre.

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  • IPA(key): /kompiˈlaɾ/ [kõm.piˈlaɾ]
  • Rhymes: -aɾ
  • Syllabification: com‧pi‧lar

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compilar (first-person singular present compilo, first-person singular preterite compilé, past participle compilado)

  1. to compile (to put together)
  2. (computing) to compile (a program)

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