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English

Etymology 1

Written form of a reduction of "has to".

Pronunciation

Verb

hasta

  1. (colloquial) Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hafta. has to; is required to.
    He hasta visit the doctor.

Etymology 2

From Spanish hasta, "until," especially hasta luego, "until later."

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ɑːsˈtə/

Interjection

hasta

  1. (colloquial) goodbye

Breton

Verb

hasta

  1. to hurry

Finnish

Alternative forms

Noun

hasta

  1. Partitive singular form of hapsi.

Latin

hasta (spear)

Etymology

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Pronunciation

Noun

hasta (genitive hastae); f, first declension

  1. a spear, lance, pike, carried by soldiers and used for thrusting
  2. vocative singular of hasta#Latin

hastā

  1. ablative singular of hasta#Latin
    Petere aliquem hastā.
    To attack any one with a spear.

Inflection

First declension (1).

Number Singular Plural
nominative hasta hastae
genitive hastae hastārum
dative hastae hastīs
accusative hastam hastās
ablative hastā hastīs
vocative hasta hastae

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Spanish

Etymology

Arabic حتّى (hatta). Compare Portuguese até.

Pronunciation

Homophones

Preposition

hasta

  1. until
  2. up to, to the point of, as much as
  3. even

References


Swedish

Conjugations of hasta
Infinitive hasta
Present tense hastar
Past tense hastade
Supine hastat
Imperative hasta
Present participle hastande, hastandes
Past participle hastad

Verb

hasta

  1. hurry; rush

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Synonyms


Turkish

Adjective

hasta

  1. ill, sick

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