sbarbare

ItalianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From s- +‎ barba (beard) +‎ -are.

VerbEdit

sbarbàre (first-person singular present sbàrbo, first-person singular past historic sbarbài, past participle sbarbàto, auxiliary avére) (transitive)

  1. to uproot (a plant)
  2. (figuratively, uncommon) to rend, to rip violently
  3. (figuratively, uncommon) to eradicate, to eliminate completely (a vice, a privilege, etc.)
  4. to shave

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