tract

TRACT s. v. circulaţie, trafic.
Trimis de siveco, 13.09.2007. Sursa: Sinonime

tract s. n., pl. trácturi
Trimis de siveco, 10.08.2004. Sursa: Dicţionar ortografic

TRACT s.n. 1. Foaie sau broşură de propagandă. 2. v. tractus. [< fr., engl. tract].
Trimis de LauraGellner, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DN

tract, trácturi, s.n. (înv.) 1. traiect, drum, şleah. 2. ţinut, regiune. 3. circulaţie.
Trimis de blaurb, 14.03.2007. Sursa: DAR

tract (-turi), s.n. – Drum important. lat. tractum, prin intermediul rus. trakt (Cihac, II, 418). – Der. trata (var. tracta), vb. (a negocia, a dispune; a discuta, a comunica; a se purta, a se comporta; a se supune unui tratament, a numi, a califica; a ospăta, a cinsti), din it. trattare, fr. traiter şi var. înv. după lat. tractare; trată, s.f. (cambie), din it. tratta; tratat (var. înv. tractat), s.n., din it. trattato şi mai înainte (sec. XVIII) din pol., rus. traktat; trataţie, s.f. (ospăţ, invitaţie); tratament, s.n., după fr. traitment; tractir, s.n. (han, birt; bordel, casă de toleranţă), din rus. traktirit. trattoria (Cihac, II, 418; Sanzewitsch 211); tractirgiu, s.m. (hangiu, birtaş), în Mold.; tractament, s.n. (rezoluţie, dispoziţie; invitaţie, ospăţ), din germ. Traktament (Tiktin), sec. XIX, înv.; tractirui, vb. (a trata, a discuta, a dezbate), înv., din germ. traktieren; maltrata, vb., din fr. maltraiter.
Trimis de blaurb, 27.03.2009. Sursa: DER

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  • tract — [ trakt ] n. m. • 1832; mot angl., abrév. de tractate « traité » ♦ Petite feuille ou brochure gratuite de propagande religieuse, politique, etc. Distribuer, afficher des tracts. Tracts lâchés d un avion. ● tract nom masculin (anglais tract,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Tract — Tract, n. [L. tractus a drawing, train, track, course, tract of land, from trahere tractum, to draw. Senses 4 and 5 are perhaps due to confusion with track. See {Trace},v., and cf. {Tratt}.] 1. Something drawn out or extended; expanse. The deep… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Tract — may refer to:* tract, a section of land * Tract (literature), a short written work, usually of a political or religious nature * Tract (liturgy), a component of Roman Catholic liturgy * A collection of related anatomic structures, such as the… …   Wikipedia

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  • Tract — Tract, n. [Abbrev.fr. tractate.] A written discourse or dissertation, generally of short extent; a short treatise, especially on practical religion. [1913 Webster] The church clergy at that time writ the best collection of tracts against popery… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • tract — [ trækt ] noun count * 1. ) a large area of land: Vast tracts of land were being planted with these trees. 2. ) MEDICAL a group of organs and tubes that work together in your body: the digestive/respiratory tract 3. ) a piece of writing… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • tract — Ⅰ. tract [1] ► NOUN 1) a large area of land. 2) a major passage in the body or other continuous elongated anatomical structure. ORIGIN Latin tractus drawing, draught , from trahere draw, pull . Ⅱ. tract [2] …   English terms dictionary

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