tagliare

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EtymologyEdit

From Late Latin tāliāre, present active infinitive of tāliō, from Latin tālea. Compare French tailler, Portuguese talhar, Romanian tăia, Spanish tajar.

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tagliàre (first-person singular present tàglio, first-person singular past historic tagliài, past participle tagliàto, auxiliary avere) (transitive)

  1. to cut, to slash
  2. (enology) to spike (to add a small amount of one substance to another)
  3. (mineralogy) to cleave (to break a single crystal such as a gemstone)
  4. to crop (a photo, etc.)

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  • ? Spanish: tallar

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