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EtymologyEdit

From Late Latin discoperīre < discooperīre, present active infinitive of discooperiō, from Latin dis- + cooperiō.

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descubrir

  1. to discover

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EtymologyEdit

From Late Latin discoperīre < discooperīre, present active infinitive of discooperiō, from Latin dis- + cooperiō. Equivalent to des- +‎ cubrir.

VerbEdit

descubrir (first-person singular present descubro, first-person singular preterite descubrí, past participle descubierto)

  1. to discover
    • 2007, El sueño de Morfeo, Un túnel entre tú y yo
      Construí un túnel entre tú y yo, y fue donde descubrí que se puede encontrar un camino para los dos.
      I built a tunnel between you and me, and [that] was where I discovered that a path for us both can be found.
  2. to reveal
  3. to invent

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