espaventar

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From Vulgar Latin *expaventāre, present active infinitive of *expaventō, derived from the present participle of Classical Latin expaveō, from pavor (fear). Compare French épouvanter, Italian spaventare.

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espaventar (first-person singular present espavento, past participle espaventat)

  1. (archaic) to scare, frighten
  2. (archaic) to scare away, drive off

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EtymologyEdit

From Vulgar Latin *expaventāre, present active infinitive of *expaventō, derived from the present participle of Classical Latin expaveō, from pavor (fear). Compare French épouvanter, Italian spaventare.

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  • (file)

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espaventar

  1. to terrify
    Synonym: esglasiar

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