convocar

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin convocāre, present active infinitive of convocō (I assemble; I convene, convoke; I summon, muster), from con- + vocō (I call, summon, invoke).

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VerbEdit

convocar (first-person singular present convoco, past participle convocat)

  1. to summon, convene, bring together, assemble
    Antonym: desconvocar

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GalicianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin convocāre, present active infinitive of convocō (to assemble; to convene, convoke; to summon, muster), from con- + vocō (to call, summon, invoke).

VerbEdit

convocar (first-person singular present convoco, first-person singular preterite convoquei, past participle convocido)

  1. to call, convene, convoke
  2. to call up, enlist

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PortugueseEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin convocāre, present active infinitive of convocō (I assemble; I convene, convoke; I summon, muster), from con- + vocō (I call, summon, invoke).

VerbEdit

convocar (first-person singular present indicative convoco, past participle convocado)

  1. to convene, convoke
  2. to summon, muster, assemble

ConjugationEdit

QuotationsEdit

For quotations using this term, see Citations:convocar.

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SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin convocāre, present active infinitive of convocō (to assemble; to convene, convoke; to summon, muster), from con- + vocō (to call, summon, invoke).

VerbEdit

convocar (first-person singular present convoco, first-person singular preterite convoqué, past participle convocado)

  1. to call, convene, convoke
  2. to call up, enlist

ConjugationEdit

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Further readingEdit