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EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek πρόσφατος (prósphatos), possibly through a regional Vulgar Latin intermediate *prospetus. Compare Aromanian proaspit.

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AdjectiveEdit

proaspăt m or n (feminine singular proaspătă, masculine plural proaspeți, feminine and neuter plural proaspete)

  1. fresh
  2. sweet
  3. pure, clean - when referring to air
  4. newly-baked - when referring to bread and other such items

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