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Dutch[]

Pronunciation[]

Noun[]

Lente (plural mf, diminutive lentes, diminutive plural lentess)

  1. spring: the season between winter and summer

Synonyms[]

  • (spring): voorjaar

See also[]

  • zomer
  • herfst
  • winter

French[]

Pronunciation[]

Etymology 1[]

Vulgar Latin *lenditem, from Latin lens.

Noun[]

Lente f. (plural Lentes)

  1. (zoology) nit

See also[]

  • pou m.

Etymology 2[]

Inflected forms.

Adjective[]

Lente f.

  1. Feminine form of lent.

Galician[]

Noun[]

Lente f. (plural Lentes)

  1. lens

Related terms[]


Ido[]

Adverb[]

Lente

  1. slowly

Interlingua[]

Noun[]

Lente

  1. lens

Italian[]

Etymology[]

From Latin lēns (lentil), lentis.

Adjective[]

Lente f.pl.

  1. (feminine plural form of lento) slow

Noun[]

lente f. (plural lenti)

  1. lens

Derived terms[]

  • lente a contatto
  • lente d'ingrandimento

Latin[]

Adverb[]

lentē (comparative lentius, superlative lentissimē)

  1. slowly
    Marcus ambulat lente ad arborem. - Marcus walks slowly to the tree.

Synonyms[]

  • (slowly): tardē

Related terms[]

  • lentēscō
  • lentitūdō
  • lentulus
  • lentus

Spanish[]

Etymology[]

From Latin lēns (lentil), lentis.

Noun[]

Lente m. and f. (plural Lentes)

  1. lens

Related terms[]

  • lenteja
  • lentejuela
  • liendre

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