prevenir

See also: prévenir

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Borrowed from Latin praevenīre, present active infinitive of praeveniō (anticipate).

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prevenir (first-person singular present previnc, past participle previngut)

  1. to warn
  2. to anticipate
  3. to prevent

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prevenir

  1. to warn
  2. to forestall, to prevent

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PortugueseEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin praevenīre, present active infinitive of praeveniō (anticipate).

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prevenir (first-person singular present indicative previno, past participle prevenido)

  1. to prevent

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SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin praevenīre, present active infinitive of praeveniō (anticipate). Cognate with English prevent.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /pɾebeˈniɾ/, [pɾe.β̞eˈniɾ]

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prevenir (first-person singular present prevengo, first-person singular preterite previne, past participle prevenido)

  1. to prevent, to forestall, to preempt, to ward off, to stave off
  2. to avert (e.g. a disease, an accident, a disaster, danger)
  3. to forewarn, warn
  4. to anticipate
  5. (Mexico) to prepare

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