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passado

noun pas·sa·do \pə-ˈsä-(ˌ)dō\
plural pas·sa·dos or pas·sa·does

Definition of PASSADO

archaic
:  a thrust in fencing with one foot advanced

Origin of PASSADO

modification of Middle French passade (from Old Italian passata) or Old Italian passata, from passare to pass, from Vulgar Latin
First Known Use: 1588

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