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1 Latin batuere, to strike (low Latin battere)

1 F.[1] abbatre, v.tr., to lay low; to cut down; to humble; to slaughter.
F. abbatre, v.r., to abate (of the wind); to be dejected in spirits.
S. abatir, v.tr., to lay low; to humble; to lower.
S. abatir, v.r., to be dejected in spirits.
E. abate, v.tr. v. int.
2 F. battre to beat (strike or stir); to beat (defeat); to churn; to thrash
F. battre, v.r., to fight.
S. batir. v.tr., to beat (of inanimate things); to beat (defeat); to beat (stir); to churn.
S. batir, v.r., to fight.
E. batter, v.tr.
3 F. combattre, v.tr.v.int.v.r.
S. combatir, v.tr.v.int.v.r.
E. combat, v.tr.v.int.
4 F. debattre, v.tr.
F. debattre, vr. to struggle; to writhe.
S. debatir, v.tr.
E. debate, v.tr.v.int.
5 F. rabattre, v.tr., to beat down; to abate; to diminish; to humble.
F. rabattre, v.int., to turn under.
E. rebate, v.tr.
6 F. rebattre, v.tr., to beat again; to repeat over and over; to shuffle again.
S. rebatir, v.tr., to curb; to parry; to refute.
7 F. bataille, s.f.
S. batalla, s.f.
E. battle, s.
8 F. batte, s.f., beater; wooden sword.
E. bat, s.


2 Latin claudere (clodere, cludere), clausum, etc., to close

1 F. clore, v.tr., to close; to close (accounts; discussion); to end
E. close, v.tr.
2 F. conclure, v.tr.v.int.
S. concluir, v.tr.v.int.
E. conclude, v.tr.v.int.
3 F. éclore, v.int. to hatch (S., empollarse); to bloom (S., florecer)
4 F. enclore, v.tr.
S. incluir, v.tr., (m.u., cercar, v.tr.)
E. enclose, v.tr.
5 F. exclure, v.tr.
S. excluir, v.tr.
E. exclude, v.tr.
6 F. inclure, v.tr. (Little used except in p.p., as la lettre ci-incluse)
S. incluir, v.tr.
E. include, v.tr.
7 E. disclose, v.tr.
  1. F—Stands for French.
    S—Stands for Spanish.
    E—Stands for English.