Meaning of tuitivo

protective, va.

(Of thelat.)(tuitus, part. pas oftueri, defend).

1. adj. Der. Save, protects and defends.

? V.

parental rights protective

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its essentially protective: 1. clever, talented, innovative, creativo.2. that it protects, protects and defends.
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That is clear and explicit prohibition to discrimination for reason or any kind, be it cultural, social or sexual, for example.
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Keep, it protects, defends.
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