equivocar

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin aequus (equal) + vocāre (call). Cognate to English equivocal.

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equivocar (first-person singular present equivoco, past participle equivocat)

  1. to mistake, be wrong about, make a mistake

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SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Late Latin aequivocāre, present active infinitive of aequivocō. Cognate with English equivocate.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ekiboˈkaɾ/, [e.ki.β̞oˈkaɾ]
  • (file)

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equivocar (first-person singular present equivoco, first-person singular preterite equivoqué, past participle equivocado)

  1. to mistake, mix up
  2. (reflexive) to make a mistake
    • 2007, El sueño de Morfeo, Nada es suficiente
      Vengo del mundo de imposibles, y allí los sueños son posibles, y yo he soñado alguna vez que tú y yo éramos felices y nada se podía interponer. Creo que me equivoqué.
      I come from the world of impossibles, and there dreams are possible. And I once dreamed that you and I were happy and that nothing could come between us. [Now] I believe I was mistaken.

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