harbar


harbar
harbar (Der. del ár. hisp. ẖaráb, y este del ár. clás. ẖarāb, arruinamiento; cf. port. afarvarse, afanarse).
1. intr. jadear.
2. desus. Hacer algo deprisa y atropelladamente. Era u. t. c. tr.)

Diccionario de la lengua española. 2015.

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