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VerbEdit

restaurar (first-person singular present restauro, past participle restaurat)

  1. to restore

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from English restore, French restaurer, German restaurieren, Italian ristorare, Spanish restaurar, Russian реставри́ровать (restavrírovatʹ), all ultimately from Latin rēstaurāre, present active infinitive of rēstaurō (I restore, rebuild, reestablish, renew).

VerbEdit

restaurar (present tense restauras, past tense restauris, future tense restauros, imperative restaurez, conditional restaurus)

  1. (transitive) to restore (to good order)
    Ka vu povas restaurar ca statueto?
    Can you restore this statuette?

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  • restorar (to satisfy hunger or thirst)
  • restitucar (make restitution of, return (something) to the rightful owner)
  • reparar (repair, mend, restore, refit, make good, atone, fix)
  • riestablisar (reestablish, restore)

PortugueseEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin restaurare.

VerbEdit

restaurar (first-person singular present indicative restauro, past participle restaurado)

  1. to restore
  2. to renovate

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restaurar (first-person singular present restauro, first-person singular preterite restauré, past participle restaurado)

  1. to restore

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