See also: metáfora and metàfora

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metafora f

  1. (rhetoric) metaphor

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metafora

  1. (rhetoric) metaphor

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Inflection of metafora (Kotus type 10/koira, no gradation)
nominative metafora metaforat
genitive metaforan metaforien
partitive metaforaa metaforia
illative metaforaan metaforiin
singular plural
nominative metafora metaforat
accusative nom. metafora metaforat
gen. metaforan
genitive metaforan metaforien
metaforainrare
partitive metaforaa metaforia
inessive metaforassa metaforissa
elative metaforasta metaforista
illative metaforaan metaforiin
adessive metaforalla metaforilla
ablative metaforalta metaforilta
allative metaforalle metaforille
essive metaforana metaforina
translative metaforaksi metaforiksi
instructive metaforin
abessive metaforatta metaforitta
comitative metaforineen

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From Latin metaphora, from Ancient Greek μεταφορά ‎(metaphorá).

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metafora f ‎(plural metafore)

  1. metaphor

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metafora f

  1. metaphor

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metàfora f ‎(Cyrillic spelling мета̀фора)

  1. (rhetoric) metaphor

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