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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 m, f (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