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From Old Provençal, from Vulgar Latin *ascultāre, from Latin auscultāre, present active infinitive of auscultō (I listen). Compare Occitan escotar, Portuguese escutar, French écouter. Doublet of auscultar, which was borrowed.

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escoltar (first-person singular present escolto, past participle escoltat)

  1. to listen

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escoltar (first-person singular present indicative escolto, past participle escoltado)

  1. to escort (to guard someone or something as they go somewhere)

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escoltar (first-person singular present escolto, first-person singular preterite escolté, past participle escoltado)

  1. to escort

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