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largar

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The ideas of a time are like the clothes of a season: they are as arbitrary, as much imposed by some superior will which is seldom explicit. They are utilitarian and political, the instruments of smooth-running government.
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Etymology

From largo.

Verb

largar (first-person singular indicative present largo, past participle largado)

  1. To chase away.
  2. To let go.
  3. To release.

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