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apelar

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Portuguese

Etymology

From Latin appellare

Verb

apelar

  1. To appeal.

Spanish

Etymology

From Latin appellare

Verb

apelar (first-person singular indicative present apelo, past participle apelado)

  1. to appeal

Conjugation

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