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From the Spanish verb aceitunar:
aceituno is:
   1st person singular (yo) Present Indicative

a·cei·tu·no  Masculine - Noun - Singular
Diminutives: aceitunillo, aceitunillos, aceitunito, aceitunitos
Aumentatives: aceitunón, aceitunones, aceitunote, aceitunotes
  1. Translate "aceituno" to English: olive tree
    Spanish Synonyms of "aceituno": olivo, manzanillo
    Define meaning of "aceituno": Olivo, árbol oleáceo cuyo fruto es la oliva o aceituna.

aceituno  Adjective
  1. Translate "aceituno" to English: olive-colored, olive, olive-coloured
    Spanish Synonyms of "aceituno": aceitunado, color oliva, oliváceo, verde oliva, aceitunil, cetrino, oleícola, olivarero
    Define meaning of "aceituno": Propio o propia de la persona o cosa de color oscuro, moreno o verdoso que asemeja al color de la aceituna verde.

a·cei·tu·nar  Verb
  1. Translate "aceitunar" to English: tan
    Spanish Synonyms of "aceitunar": broncear, atezar
    Define meaning of "aceitunar": Adquirir, tomar color moreno la piel por efecto de los rayos ultravioletas del sol o artificiales.

Verb Conjugation for "aceitunar"
Past Participle:aceitunado

























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