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Volar

Vo′lar

,
Adj.
[L.
vola
the palm of the hand, the sole of the foot.]
(Anat.)
Of or pertaining to the palm of the hand or the sole of the foot.

Definition 2022


volar

volar

English

Adjective

volar (comparative more volar, superlative most volar)

  1. (anatomy) Pertaining to the palm of the hand or the sole of the foot.

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Asturian

Etymology

From Latin volāre, present active infinitive of volō (I fly).

Verb

volar (first-person singular indicative present vuelo, past participle voláu)

  1. to fly (to travel through air)

Conjugation


Catalan

Etymology

From Old Provençal volar, from Latin volāre, present active infinitive of volō.

Verb

volar (first-person singular present volo, past participle volat)

  1. to fly

Conjugation


Ido

Etymology

From French vouloir, Italian volere, ultimately from Latin volāre, from Proto-Indo-European *welh₁-. From the same root as voluntar.

Verb

volar (present tense volas, past tense volis, future tense volos, imperative volez, conditional volus)

  1. to have a will (to do something)

Conjugation


Interlingua

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /voˈlar/

Verb

volar

  1. (intransitive) to fly (travel through the air)

Conjugation


Occitan

Etymology

From Old Provençal volar, from Latin volāre, present active infinitive of volō.

Verb

volar

  1. to fly

Conjugation

This verb needs an inflection-table template.


Spanish

Etymology

From Latin volāre, present active infinitive of volō.

Verb

volar (first-person singular present vuelo, first-person singular preterite volé, past participle volado)

  1. to fly, to fly away
  2. to blow up
  3. to anger, to exasperate, to infuriate
  4. to rouse
  5. to make fly out
  6. to release (a hunting falcon)
  7. to raise to the top of the line (e.g., a letter or number)
  8. to flutter, to hover
  9. to spread like wildfire
  10. to disappear suddenly
  11. to jut out, to project
  12. to sell like hotcakes

Conjugation

  • Rule: o becomes a ue in stressed syllables.

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