impedicare

impedicare
im·pe·di·cà·re
v.tr., v.intr. (io impèdico) OB
1a. v.tr., impastoiare | impedire; intercettare una lettera
1b. v.tr., distogliere, distrarre
2. v.intr. (avere) fallire, sbagliare
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DATA: 1Є metà XIII sec.
ETIMO: dal lat. tardo impĕdĭcāre, comp. di in- con valore raff. e pedica "pastoia".

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