Italian

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Etymology

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From sopra- +‎ sedere.

Verb

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soprassedére (first-person singular present soprassièdo or soprassiédo, first-person singular past historic soprassedétti or (traditional) soprassedètti, past participle soprassedùto, first-person singular future (now more common, especially in speech) soprassiederò or soprassederò, auxiliary avére) (intransitive)

  1. to postpone or put off [+ a (something)] [auxiliary avere]
  2. (archaic) to be superior to, to dominate [+ a (object)] [auxiliary avere]

Conjugation

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