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Sufijo de origen latino que forma adjetivos a partir de verbos con el significado de 'que es capaz de', 'que tiene aptitud para'.
reprobatorio; imprecatorio; vindicatorio
Sufijo de origen latino que forma nombres masculinos a partir de verbos con el significado de 'lugar'.
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We’ve delved into the Historical Thesaurus of the Oxford English Dictionary to come up with some historical substitutions for hug as a verb.