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GalicianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Portuguese corrente, from Latin currēns, currēntem.

AdjectiveEdit

corrente m, f (plural correntes)

  1. current

NounEdit

corrente f (plural correntes)

  1. current, flow

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ItalianEdit

VerbEdit

corrente

  1. present participle of correre

EtymologyEdit

From Latin currēns, currēntem.

AdjectiveEdit

corrente (masculine and feminine plural correnti)

  1. running (of water)
  2. current, valid (in use)
  3. ordinary

NounEdit

corrente f (plural correnti)

  1. current (water, electricity)
  2. airstream, draught
  3. trend
  4. faction (political)

NounEdit

corrente m (plural correnti)

  1. batten
  2. stringer
  3. bar (athletics)

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PortugueseEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Portuguese corrente, from Latin currēns, currēntem.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

corrente f (plural correntes)

  1. current; flow
  2. electrical current
  3. chain
  4. tendency
  5. (Internet) an e-mail or message, usually containing a hoax or urban legend, which persuades the recipient to share it to other people, consequently making it widespread

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NounEdit

corrente m (plural correntes)

  1. the usual