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Hi hi what is the difference between cura + curo???
Also, are they both verbs?
Also, how do you conjugate cura if it ends in an a??
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Hi hi what is the difference between cura + curo???
Also, are they both verbs?
Also, how do you conjugate cura if it ends in an a??
Cura is a noun, meaning 'care', 'treatment', 'anxiety'. It is first declension feminine.
Curo is a verb, meaning 'take care of'.

Of course there may be a lot of different translations which mean the same thing, but those are the ones I learnt.
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(Original post by bfm.mcdermott)
Cura is a noun, meaning 'care', 'treatment', 'anxiety'. It is first declension feminine.
Curo is a verb, meaning 'take care of'.

Of course there may be a lot of different translations which mean the same thing, but those are the ones I learnt.
"cura" is also one of the imperative forms of the verb "curo"
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