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Etymology

Derivative of absolve

Noun

Singular
absolver

Plural
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absolver ({{{1}}})
  1. Agent noun of absolve; one who absolves.

Spanish

Verb

absolver

  1. To absolve.
  2. To acquit.

Conjugation

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