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See also calco-, and -calco

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calco m. (plural calchi)

  1. cast (of sculpture)
  2. tracing (of a design)
  3. loan translation (calco semantico)

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calco

  1. first person singular present tense of calcare

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From calx (heel).

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present active calcō, present infinitive calcāre, perfect active calcāvī, supine calcātum.
  1. I trample, tread on.
  2. I walk upon, cross on foot.
  3. (figuratively) I oppress.
  4. (figuratively) I scorn, contemn, despise.

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Calco m. (plural Calcos)

Singular
Calco m.

Plural
Calcos m.

  1. The action of copying or reproducing something.
  2. A copy.
  3. An imitation, reproduction
  4. (colloquial) shoe
  5. (linguistics) A calque

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Calco (infinitive calcar)

  1. First-person singular (yo) present indicative form of calcar.

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