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distante

  1. feminine singular of distant

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InterlinguaEdit

AdjectiveEdit

distante (comparative plus distante, superlative le plus distante)

  1. distant

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VerbEdit

distante

  1. present participle of distare

AdjectiveEdit

distante (masculine and feminine plural distanti)

  1. distant (space or time)

AdverbEdit

distante

  1. far away

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin distantem (being far), present participle of distō (I am far).

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AdjectiveEdit

distante m or f (plural distantes, comparable)

  1. distant; faraway
    Viajei a uma vila distante.
    I travelled to a distant village.
    Ouviamos um ruído distante.
    We heard a distant noise.
  2. (of a relative) far-removed
    Me encontrei com uns primos distantes.
    I met with some far-removed cousins.
  3. very dissimilar
    Monarquia e anarquia são conceitos políticos distantes.
    Monarchy and anarchy are very dissimilar political concepts.
  4. distant (emotionally unresponsive)
    Viramos pessoas distantes após o acidente.
    We became distant people after the accident.

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AdverbEdit

distante (comparative mais distante superlative o mais distante)

  1. far (distant in space)
    Moro distante daqui.
    I live far from here.
    Synonym: longe
  2. away (used when specifying a distance)
    Minha casa fica uns quinhentos metros distante daqui.
    My house is some five hundred metres away from here.

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SpanishEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /disˈtante/, [d̪isˈt̪ãn̪t̪e]
  • (file)

AdjectiveEdit

distante (plural distantes)

  1. distant (space or time)

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