English translation of 'latente'
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'latente' in Other Languages
British English: dormant ADJECTIVE
Something that is dormant is not active, growing, or being used at the present time but is capable of becoming active later on.
...when the long dormant volcano erupted.
British English: latent ADJECTIVE
Latent is used to describe something which is hidden and not obvious at the moment, but which may develop further in the future.
Advertisements attempt to project a latent meaning behind an overt message.
Translation of latente from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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