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sellar (not comparable)

  1. (anatomy) Relating to the sella turcica.

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AsturianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin sigillāre, present active infinitive of sigillō. Compare Spanish sellar, Portuguese selar, Catalan segellar, Italian suggellare.

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sellar (first-person singular indicative present sello, past participle selláu)

  1. to seal (to place a seal on (a document))

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SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin sigillāre, present active infinitive of sigillō. Compare Portuguese selar, Catalan segellar, French sceller, Italian suggellare. Cf. also the borrowed doublet sigilar.

VerbEdit

sellar (first-person singular present sello, first-person singular preterite sellé, past participle sellado)

  1. to stamp
  2. to seal (place a seal on a document)
  3. to seal (close with a seal or hermetically)
  4. to terminate, finish, end
    Synonyms: concluir, poner fin
  5. (Argentina, cooking) to hotly fry or cook a piece of meat for a short time.

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