Torcer
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Torcer
See also: tòrcer

Portuguese

Etymology

From Vulgar Latin *torc?re, from Latin torqu?re, present active infinitive of torque?, from Proto-Indo-European *terk?- ("to turn").

Verb

torcer (first-person singular present indicative torço, past participle torcido)

  1. to twist (to turn the ends in opposite directions)
  2. to wring (to squeeze or twist tightly so that liquid is forced out)
  3. to twist (to injure a body part by bending it in the wrong direction)
  4. to hope for something to happen
  5. (sports) to support a team
  6. (by extension) to hope for someone's or something's success

Conjugation

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Spanish

Etymology

From Vulgar Latin *torc?re, from Latin torqu?re, present active infinitive of torque?, from Proto-Indo-European *terk?- ("to turn").

Pronunciation

Verb

torcer (first-person singular present tuerzo, first-person singular preterite torcí, past participle torcido)

  1. to twist
  2. to bend
  3. to sprain

Conjugation

  • Rule: o becomes ue in stressed syllables; c becomes a z before a or o.

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