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From Vulgar Latin *raspāre, of Germanic origin, Proto-Germanic *hraspōną (to scrape), a derivative of *hrespaną (to tear).

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raspar (first-person singular present raspo, past participle raspat)

  1. (transitive) This term needs a translation to English. Please help out and add a translation, then remove the text {{rfdef}}.
    Synonyms: arpejar, arpellejar, escatar, esgarrapar, fregar, grapar, gratar, rautar

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Borrowed from Esperanto raspiEnglish raspFrench râperGerman raspelnItalian raspareSpanish raspar.

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raspar (present tense raspas, past tense raspis, future tense raspos, imperative raspez, conditional raspus)

  1. (transitive) to grate, rasp

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EtymologyEdit

From Vulgar Latin *raspāre, of Germanic origin, Proto-Germanic *hraspōną (to scrape), a derivative of Proto-Germanic *hrespaną (to tear).

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raspar (first-person singular present indicative raspo, past participle raspado)

  1. to scrape (draw a sharp object along a surface)
    Synonym: rascar
  2. to scrape off (remove something by scraping)
  3. to graze (touch lightly in passing)

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EtymologyEdit

From Vulgar Latin *raspāre, of Germanic origin, Proto-Germanic *hraspōną (to scrape), a derivative of Proto-Germanic *hrespaną (to tear).

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raspar (first-person singular present raspo, first-person singular preterite raspé, past participle raspado)

  1. to file down or sand down
  2. to scrape
  3. (intransitive) (of clothes, etc) to scratch, be scratchy

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raspar

  1. indefinite plural of rasp

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raspar

  1. present tense of raspa.