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reptar (first-person singular present repto, past participle reptat)

  1. to challenge
    • 2002, Albert Sánchez Piñol, chapter 17, in La pell freda, La Campana:
      Si tinguéssim una balança el reptaria a posar tots els seus llibres en un platet i l'Aneris en l'altre.
      If we had had scales, I would have challenged him to put all his books in one scale and Aneris in the other one.

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reptar

  1. to creep
  2. to crawl

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Etymology 1Edit

Borrowed from Latin reptāre, present active infinitive of reptō.

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reptar (first-person singular present indicative repto, past participle reptado)

  1. (intransitive) to slither
  2. (intransitive) to crawl, to creep
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Etymology 2Edit

From Latin reputāre, present active infinitive of reputō.

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reptar (first-person singular present indicative repto, past participle reptado)

  1. (transitive) to challenge someone
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SpanishEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Borrowed from Latin reptāre, present active infinitive of reptō.

VerbEdit

reptar (first-person singular present repto, first-person singular preterite repté, past participle reptado)

  1. to slither
  2. to crawl
  3. to creep
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Etymology 2Edit

From Latin reputāre, present active infinitive of reputō.

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VerbEdit

reptar (first-person singular present repto, first-person singular preterite repté, past participle reptado)

  1. to challenge someone
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