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Categoria
See also: categoría

English

Etymology

Borrowed from Late Latin, from Ancient Greek (kat?goría, "public accusation"). Doublet of category.

Noun

categoria (uncountable)

  1. (rhetoric) Exposure of an opponent's secret wickedness, especially in the opponent's presence.

Aromanian

Etymology

Borrowed from Late Latin cat?goria, from Ancient Greek (kat?goría).

Noun

categoria f (plural categoriur)

  1. category

Catalan

Etymology

Borrowed from Late Latin cat?goria, from Ancient Greek (kat?goría).

Noun

categoria f (plural categories)

  1. category

Derived terms


Italian

Etymology

Borrowed from Late Latin cat?goria, from Ancient Greek (kat?goría).

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ka.te.?o'ria?/, [?kät?eo'r?iä?]
  • Hyphenation: ca?te?go?rìa

Noun

categoria f (plural categorie)

  1. category, topic
  2. class

Hyponyms


Ladin

Etymology

Borrowed from Late Latin cat?goria, from Ancient Greek (kat?goría).

Noun

categoria f (plural categories)

  1. category

Latin

Etymology

Borrowed from Ancient Greek (kat?goría, "head of predicables").

Pronunciation

Noun

cat?goria f (genitive cat?goriae); first declension

  1. accusation
  2. predicament
  3. (logic) category

Declension

First-declension noun.

References


Occitan

Etymology

Borrowed from Late Latin cat?goria, from Ancient Greek (kat?goría).

Noun

categoria f (plural categorias)

  1. category

Portuguese

Etymology

Borrowed from Late Latin cat?goria, from Ancient Greek (kat?goría).

Noun

categoria f (plural categorias)

  1. category

Quotations

For quotations of use of this term, see Citations:categoria.


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