repugnar

IdoEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from English repugnant, French répugner, Italian ripugnare, Spanish repugnar, ultimately from Latin repugnāre, present active infinitive of repugnō.

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VerbEdit

repugnar (present tense repugnas, past tense repugnis, future tense repugnos, imperative repugnez, conditional repugnus)

  1. (transitive) to disgust, to be repugnant to

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Derived termsEdit

  • repugno (disgust, repugnance, revulsion)
  • repugnanta (repugnant, repulsive, distasteful)
  • repugneso (disgust, repugnance, revulsion)
  • repugnesar (recoil, have a repugnance, have a dislike for)
  • repugniva (repugnant, repulsive)

PortugueseEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin repugnāre, present active infinitive of repugnō.

VerbEdit

repugnar (first-person singular present indicative repugno, past participle repugnado)

  1. to be repugnant
    Synonym: enojar

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SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin repugnāre, present active infinitive of repugnō.

VerbEdit

repugnar (first-person singular present repugno, first-person singular preterite repugné, past participle repugnado)

  1. to disgust

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