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focar (first-person singular present indicative foco, past participle focado)

  1. (optics) (transitive) to focus (to cause (rays of light, etc) to converge at a single point)
  2. to focus; to concentrate

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RomanianEdit

EtymologyEdit

foc +‎ -ar or possibly Vulgar Latin *focārium, nominalization of the Late Latin adjective focārius, from Latin focus. Compare French foyer, from which the modern senses of the word were derived.

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focar n (plural focare)

  1. (optics) focus
  2. (geometry) focus
  3. (archaic) pyre
  4. (archaic, figuratively) calamity, disaster, misfortune
  5. (figuratively) hotbed
  6. (figuratively) focus, center
  7. furnace, hearth heating chamber
  8. firebox

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focar m (plural focari)

  1. (archaic, popular) stoker, fireman

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