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NounEdit

violar (plural violars)

  1. (archaic) A viol player.

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VerbEdit

violar (first-person singular present violo, past participle violat)

  1. to violate
  2. to break (a rule or law)
  3. to rape

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EtymologyEdit

From Old Portuguese violar, from Latin violāre.

VerbEdit

violar (first-person singular present indicative violo, past participle violado)

  1. (transitive) to violate (to break or fail to act by [a rule])
    Synonyms: desrespeitar
  2. (transitive) to violate (to manipulate or use [something] in an inappropriate or illegal way)
  3. (transitive, formal) to rape (to have unconsented sex with)
    Synonyms: estuprar, violentar

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SpanishEdit

VerbEdit

violar (first-person singular present violo, first-person singular preterite violé, past participle violado)

  1. to violate
  2. to rape

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