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outro

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English

Etymology

Analogy with intro

Noun

Singular
outro

Plural
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  1. (informal) In music, a portion of music at the end of a song; like an intro, but at the end instead of the beginning

Galician

Etymology

From [[w:Template:lang:la language|Template:lang:la]][[Category:gl:Template:lang:la derivations]] alterum. Compare Spanish otro and French autre

Determiner

outro m. (feminine outra, masculine plural outros, feminine plural outras)

  1. other, another

Usage notes

All forms of outro contract when used following the contractions de (of, from) or en (in). So de outro contracts to doutro, and en outras contacts to noutras.


Portuguese

Etymology

Compare Spanish otro and French autre

Pronoun

outro

  1. other
  2. another

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