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irrumpo

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Latin

Etymology

From rumpō (break).

Verb

present active irrumpō, present infinitive irrumpere, perfect active irrūpī, supine irruptum.
  1. I intrude.
  2. I storm into; dash into.
  3. I invade.
  4. I impose myself.
  5. I infringe; violate; break.

Inflection

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Spanish

Verb

irrumpo (infinitive: irrumpir)

  1. First-person singular (yo) present indicative form of irrumpir.

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