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Knock down

Even Latin would have to leave to find the etymological origin of the term demolition that now concerns us. Specifically, it emanates from the word “deripare”, which is the result of the sum of two clearly differentiated parts: the prefix “de-”, which means “from top to bottom”, and “ripa”, which can be translated as “edge "
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Text processor

A word processor is a computer application that allows you to create and edit text documents on a computer. It is a multi-functional software for writing, with different fonts, font sizes, colors, paragraph types, artistic effects and other options.
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Ineptitude

The concept of ineptitude, coming from the Latin word ineptitūdo, is linked to the absence of aptitude. The idea of ​​aptitude, meanwhile, refers to the ability or ability to do something correctly. For example: "The ineptitude of the government to manage the economy is leading thousands of companies to bankruptcy", "The technical director has already shown his ineptitude, now club leaders must fire him and hire a more capable coach", "I lost the trial for the ineptitude of my lawyer ”.
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Troglodyte

The etymological origin of troglodyte seems to be found in the Latin word "troglodyta" which, in turn, derived from the Greek. It is used to qualify prehistoric human beings, who lived in caverns, although it is also used to name characters who, supposedly, have the appearance and behave similarly to the man of Prehistory.
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Dialect

It is known as a dialect to the linguistic system that derives from another but does not exhibit sufficient differentiation from others of common origin. Dialects, therefore, are usually considered in relation to a set of several linguistic systems of a common trunk or that are in the same geographical boundary.
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Numbers

From Latin numĕrus, the term number refers to the expression of a quantity in relation to its unit. It is, therefore, a sign or a set of signs. One (1), two (2), three (3), four (4), five (5), six (6), seven (7), eight (8), nine (9) and zero (0) are natural numbers Anyway, it should be noted that some mathematicians do not consider zero among natural numbers.
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