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premere

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Italian

Etymology

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Verb

premere (transitive)

  1. To press
  2. To pull (a trigger)

Conjugation


Latin

Verb

premere (present infinitive, present active premō)[[Category:Template:lang:la verb forms|premere]]

  1. Present infinitive of premō.
    premere — “to press”
    premere — “to pursue”

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