virtu [ver-tu]
sustantivo
1. Calidad poco común, curiosa o hermosa; por lo común, en la locución objects o articles of virtu.
2. Gusto para objetos curiosos o raros.
(Ital.)

virtud
feminine noun
1. virtue (cualidad)
  • la principal virtud de este método es que… -> the principal virtue of this method is that…
  • virtud cardinal/teologal -> cardinal/theological virtue
2. power (poder, facultad)
  • tener la virtud de -> to have the power o ability to
en virtud de
1. by virtue of
  • en virtud del tratado de París, cedieron varios territorios -> under the Paris treaty they ceded several territories

virtud [veer-tood’]
noun
1. Virtue (capacidad), efficacy (eficacia), power, force. (f)
2. Virtue, acting power. (f)
3. Virtue, efficacy without visible action. (f)
4. Virtue, medicinal efficacy. (f)
5. Virtue, moral goodness, integrity, rectitude. (f)
6. Habit, disposition, virtuous life. (f)
7. Vigor, courage. (f)
8. In mechanics, the moving power. (f)
9. In the sacraments, their efficacy and value. (f)
  • En virtud de -> in virtue of
  • Hacer virtud -> to do well

virtud
1 (calidad) virtue
virtud cardinal cardinal virtue
2 (capacidad) ability; power; (eficacia) efficacy
en virtud de by virtue of; by reason of; tener la virtud de ... to have the virtue of ...; have the power to ...; una planta que tiene virtud contra varias enfermedades a plant which is effective against certain diseases; virtudes curativas healing power
singular
; (s)
healing properties
3 (Caribe) (pene) prick (vulgar); (vagina) cunt (vulgar)

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