AdjectiveModificarAbsent (not comparable)
- Being away from a place; withdrawn from a place; not present.
- 1623, Patrono:Shak., All’s Well That Ends Well, II-iii
- Expecting absent friends.
- Not existing; lacking.
- The part was rudimental or absent.
- Inattentive to what is passing; absent-minded; preoccupied.
- 1746-1747, Chesterfield, Letters to his Son
- What is commonly called an absent man is commonly either a very weak or a very affected man.
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From Latin absente (“‘being absent’”)
- The gross value represents returns absent both taxation and interest on the investment’s cash component.
- 1919, State vs. Britt, Supreme Court of Missouri, Division 2, in The Southwestern Reporter, page 427
- If the accused refuse upon demand to pay money or deliver property (absent any excuse or excusing circumstance) which came into his hands as a bailee, such refusal might well constitute some evidence of conversion, with the requisite fraudulent intent required by the statute.
Third person singular
- (transitive, with reflexive pronoun) To go away from a place; to leave.
- (transitive, obsolete) To withhold from being present
Borrowed from Latin absens.
Absent m. (plural Absents)
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