Hay 3 definiciones de -ate en inglés:

-ate1

Silabificación: -ate

sufijo

Forming nouns:
1Denoting status or office: doctorate episcopate
1.1A state or function: curate mandate
2Denoting a group: electorate
3 Chemistry Denoting a salt or ester, especially of an acid with a corresponding name ending in -ic: chlorate nitrate
4Denoting a product (of a chemical process): condensate filtrate

Origen

representing Old French -at or -é(e), or from Latin -atus (as a noun or past participial form).

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Palabra del día internecine
Pronunciación: ˌɪntəˈniːsʌɪn
adjective
destructive to both sides in a conflict

Hay 3 definiciones de -ate en inglés:

-ate2

Silabificación: -ate

sufijo

1Forming adjectives and nouns such as associate, duplicate, separate.
2Forming adjectives from Latin: caudate

Origen

representing French or its Latin source -atus (past participial suffix).

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Hay 3 definiciones de -ate en inglés:

-ate3

Silabificación: -ate

sufijo

Forming verbs such as fascinate, hyphenate.

Origen

representing French -er or its Latin source -are. Originally forms were based on existing past participial adjectives ending in -atus, later extended to any verb ending in -are.

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