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NounEdit

tecido m (plural tecidos)

  1. (biology) tissue

VerbEdit

tecido

  1. masculine singular of the past participle of tecer

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EtymologyEdit

Past participle of tecer (to weave), from Old Portuguese tecer, from Latin texere, present active infinitive of texō (I weave). Cognate of texto (text).

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AdjectiveEdit

tecido m (feminine singular tecida, masculine plural tecidos, feminine plural tecidas, not comparable)

  1. woven (fabricated by weaving)

NounEdit

tecido m (plural tecidos)

  1. fabric; textile; cloth
    Synonyms: fazenda, pano, têxtil
  2. (biology) tissue (aggregation of cells)
    Hyponyms: adiposo, cartilaginoso, conjuntivo, epitelial, fibroso, muscular, nervoso, ósseo, tecido areolar frouxo, tecido conjuntivo frouxo, tecido de granulação

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VerbEdit

tecido (feminine singular tecida, masculine plural tecidos, feminine plural tecidas)

  1. masculine singular past participle of tecer