Dret
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Dret

English

Pronunciation

Verb

dret

  1. (18th century) Alternative spelling of drate; simple past tense of drite

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Catalan

Etymology

From Old Catalan dret, from Old Occitan, from Vulgar Latin *dr?ctus[1], syncopated form of Latin d?rectus. Cognate with Occitan drech, dreit, French droit. Doublet of directe.

Pronunciation

Adjective

dret (feminine dreta, masculine plural drets, feminine plural dretes)

  1. right; opposite of left
    Synonym: destre
    Antonyms: esquerre, sinistre
  2. straight (not crooked or bent)
    Synonym: recte

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Related terms

Noun

dret m (plural drets)

  1. right (something one is allowed to do)
  2. law (collectively, all the laws to which citizens are subject)
  3. law (the science)

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Friulian

Etymology

From Latin d?rectus, possibly through a syncopated Vulgar Latin form *dr?ctus.

Adjective

dret

  1. right
  2. straight, direct

Related terms


Romansch

Alternative forms

  • (Rumantsch Grischun, Sursilvan, Sutsilvan, Surmiran) dretg

Etymology

From Latin d?rectus, possibly through a syncopated Vulgar Latin form *dr?ctus.

Noun

dret m (plural drets)

  1. (law, Puter, Vallader) law

Adjective

dret m (feminine singular dretta, masculine plural drets, feminine plural drettas)

  1. (Puter, Vallader) right (direction)

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