Parabola
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Par%C3%A1bola
See also: parabola, paràbola, and parabol?

Galician

Etymology

Borrowed from Late Latin parabola, from Ancient Greek (parabol?). Doublet of palabra. The mathematical sense is taken from New Latin or directly from Greek.

Noun

parábola f (plural parábolas)

  1. (mathematics) parabola
  2. parable

Portuguese

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Etymology

Borrowed from Late Latin parabola, from Ancient Greek (parabol?). Doublet of palavra. The mathematical sense is taken from New Latin or directly from Greek.

Noun

parábola f (plural parábolas)

  1. parable
  2. (mathematics) parabola

Related terms


Spanish

Spanish Wikipedia has an article on:
Wikipedia es

Etymology

Borrowed from Late Latin parabola, from Ancient Greek (parabol?). Doublet of palabra. The mathematical sense is taken from New Latin or directly from Greek.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /pa'?abola/, [pa'?a?ola]

Noun

parábola f (plural parábolas)

  1. (mathematics) parabola
  2. parable

Related terms

Further reading


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