A Pronouncing Dictionary of the Spanish and English Languages; Upon the Basis of Seoane's Edition of Neuman and Baretti Volume 1

A Pronouncing Dictionary of the Spanish and English Languages; Upon the Basis of Seoane's Edition of Neuman and Baretti Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1853 edition. Excerpt: ...meaning of words or phrases.--vr. 1. To reform, to change from worse to better, to mend, to have one's manners reformed. 2. To use prudence and moderation in speech and conduct. RF.FORMATI'VO, Va, ray-formah-tee'-vo, vah, a. That which reforms. REFORMATORIO, Ria, ray-formah-tnr'-e-n, ah, a. Corrective. REFO'RME, ray-for'-may, em. Correction. V. Reforma. REFORZA'DA, ray-for thah'dah, ef. 1. Sort of narrow tape, list, or fillet. 2. A small sausage. 8. The bass chord of a stringed in ment. REFORZA'DO, Da, ray-for-thah'doe, dah, . pp. of Reforzar. ) Strengthened. 2. Applied to a rv inforced gun, which has more metal than nsual at the breech, to make it stronger. REFORZA'DO, tm. V. ReforzaDa for a kind of tape. KEFORZA'R, ruy-for-thar1, va. To strengthen, to fortify; to animate.--vr. To be strengthened and recovered. REFOSETO, ray-fia-eay'-toe, em. (Fort.) Cuvette in a fosse. HEFRACClO'N, ray-frac-thiehon', tf. (Diop.) Refraction, as of light. REFRACTA'RIO, Ria, ray-fraetar'-e-o, ah, a. Refractory, not fulfilling one's promise. REFRA'CTO, Ta, ray-frad-toe, tak, a. Refracted: applied to raya of light. REFRA'N, ray-fran', em. verb, a short sentence repeated by the people. Tener refranee, (Coll.) To be versed in tricks and villanies. REFRANGIBILIDA'D, ' rayfran-he-be-lt-dad', ef. Refrangibility. refrangibleness. REFRANGl'BLE, ray-fran-hee', a. Refrangible. REFREGADU'RA, tf. V. ReFregon. REFREGAMIENTO, ray-fraygah-me-en'-toc, em. Frication, friction. REFREGA'R, ray-fray-gar1, ra. 1. To perfricatc, to rub one thing against another, to fray. 2. (Coil.) To upbraid, to censure, to reprove.--vr. To be stained all over. REFREGO'N, ray-fray-gone', em. 1. Frication, friction. 2. Murk made...show more

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  • Paperback | 476 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 24mm | 844g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236644220
  • 9781236644220