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From sujo (dirty), from Latin sūcidus (juicy; sappy), from sūcus (juice).

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sujar (first-person singular present indicative sujo, past participle sujado)

  1. to dirty (to make dirty, filthy)
  2. to smear (damage someone’s reputation)

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