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raso (accusative singular rason, plural rasoj, accusative plural rasojn)

  1. race

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Etymology 1Edit

From Latin rāsus.

VerbEdit

raso m (feminine singular rasa, masculine plural rasi, feminine plural rase)

  1. past participle of radere

AdjectiveEdit

raso (feminine singular rasa, masculine plural rasi, feminine plural rase)

  1. shaven, cropped
  2. full to the brim
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raso m (plural rasi)

  1. Synonym of satin: satin.

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Etymology 2Edit

VerbEdit

raso

  1. first-person singular present indicative of rasare

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PortugueseEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Portuguese raso, from Latin rāsus.

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raso m (feminine singular rasa, masculine plural rasos, feminine plural rasas, comparable)

  1. shallow
  2. flat

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EtymologyEdit

From Old Spanish raso, from Latin rāsus, perfect passive participle of rādō.

 
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NounEdit

raso m (plural rasos)

  1. (fabrics) satin (cloth woven from silk, nylon or polyester with a glossy surface and a dull back)
  2. the open; the wild (an exposed location)
    dormir al raso
    sleep out in the open

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raso (feminine singular rasa, masculine plural rasos, feminine plural rasas)

  1. flat, level (having no variations in height)
  2. level (parallel to a flat ground)
  3. having no echelon, rank, etc.
    soldado rasoprivate

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raso

  1. span (unit of length)