gregario

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin gregarius.

AdjectiveEdit

gregario m ‎(feminine singular gregaria, masculine plural gregari, feminine plural gregarie)

  1. pertaining or relative to a follower; unable of showing any enterprise or autonomy
    • atteggiamento gregario.
    • follower's attitude.
  2. (of an animal) living in flocks, packs or likes
  3. (of a plant) with many specimina growing in the same place

NounEdit

gregario m ‎(plural gregari)(feminine:gregaria)

  1. (derogatory) one who passively follows other's instructions, never acting on his own, follower
    • Essere un semplice gregario.
    • To be nothing but a follower.
  2. (cycling) domestique
  3. (old) grunt

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin gregarius.

AdjectiveEdit

gregario m ‎(feminine singular gregaria, masculine plural gregarios, feminine plural gregarias)

  1. gregarious, sociable

NounEdit

gregario m ‎(plural gregarios, feminine gregaria)

  1. (cycling) domestique
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