See also: compra, comprá, and comprà

Friulian

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Etymology

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From Vulgar Latin *comperāre, from Latin comparāre, present active infinitive of comparō (prepare, procure, get, purchase, obtain).

Verb

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comprâ

  1. (transitive) to buy

Conjugation

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This is a regular verb, along with verbs like amâ.

Derived terms

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See also

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Macanese

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Alternative forms

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Etymology

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From Portuguese comprar.

Verb

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comprâ

  1. to buy
    Tudo dia sentâ bâs vai comprâ sôm
    Every day I take the bus to buy groceries
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  • compradô (trusted servant responsible for doing the household shopping and for contracting and supervising the other servants; commissioner on board a ship)

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