The Alternative Romanian Dictionary: ăl

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Entry definition

ăl etymology From Latin illum, from ille.
determiner: {{head}}
  1. (uncommon, informal, popular) that
Synonyms: ăla, acel
article: {{head}}
  1. (uncommon, informal, popular) the
Synonyms: cel Found mostly only in popular and/or regional speech, and not well-regulated in its use. (The variant ăla is used more commonly). Used in the pre-position before a noun as a demostrative adjective and occasionally as an article. Also rarely used as a post-position pronoun. ăl om- that man
related terms:
  • al
  • -l

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