cortí, cortésc, vb. IV (reg., înv) 1. a îndemna, a stimula. 2. a interesa, a privi (pe cineva, ceva). 3. a avea voie.
Trimis de blaurb, 26.04.2006. Sursa: DAR

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  • Corti — n. Phrases and idioms: organ of Corti Anat. a structure in the inner ear of mammals, responsible for converting sound signals into nerve impulses. Etymology: A. Corti, It. anatomist d. 1876 * * * /kawr tee/, n. Alfonso /al fon soh/; It. /ahl fawn …   Useful english dictionary

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