Definition of Privé
In Spanish, it is the past c onjugation in the first person of the verb deprive. From this semantics, what is meant is that someone is deprived of a good or service or, also, something is prohibited from someone.
French word that is translated into Spanish as “private or in private“. That is, it can be used to designate an intimate conversation or similar situations. In some Spanish-speaking areas the word is used in this sense.
SYNONYMS FOR PRIVÉ
- I stripped
ANTONYMS FOR PRIVÉ
- I allowed
- I gave in
- I delivered
ORIGIN OF PRIVÉ
In the sense of depriving, the word privé comes from the Latin privare. This verb is widely used in the Spanish language and considered a classic verb in the language. It means to prohibit someone from something or to take away a benefit from another.
French privé, like private Spanish, comes from the Latin privatus. The meaning of this expression is of something that is done alone or in the presence of very few. The connotations vary from the personal to the social, so it can mean something for the exclusive use of someone or a few.
The use of this word in Spanish is not officially approved, but it is used frequently in art. Some songs, records, series, among others; they use the word in this sense from the official language of France.
CURIOSITIES OF PRIVÉ
Privé is the name of the album by the Dominican singer Juan Luis Guerra that bears that name. It was released in December 2020 and one of its unreleased songs is the song “pambiche de novia”.
The Spanish group “Full” also has a song with the name privé or privee. This song is part of the album “Third World War” released in March 2016.
There is a group of teenagers and influencers from different countries called prive crew, that is, “private crew” translated from English. Its members are Colombian, Mexican and Spanish and are dedicated to creating content for social networks, among which is a series.