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Etymology 1Modificar

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  • IPA: /kanˈtʃello/, SAMPA: /kan"tSello/
  • Hyphenation: can‧cél‧lo

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cancello m. (plural cancelli)

  1. gate, fence
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Etymology 2Modificar

PronunciationModificar

  • IPA: /kanˈtʃɛllo/, SAMPA: /kan"tSEllo/
  • Hyphenation: can‧cèl‧lo

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Cancello

  1. first-person singular indicative present of cancellare

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EtymologyModificar

From cancellī (lattice, enclosure), plural of cancellus (diminutive; lattice, grating), diminutive of cancer (lattice).

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  • (Classcial) IPA: /kanˈkel.loː/

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present active cancellō, present infinitive cancellāre, perfect active cancellāvī, supine cancellātum.
  1. I make like a lattice, cover with a lattice or grid
  2. I strike or cross out, cancel

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cs:cancello de:cancello gl:cancello id:cancello it:cancello hu:cancello pl:cancello ru:cancello

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