Spanish Dictionary

Translation of provenir

provenir     to originate    ; to arise    

Pronunciation of provenir    

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Sample sentences:
El agua de la ciudad proviene del embalse cercano.

The city's water comes from the nearby reservoir.
La seda natural proviene del capullo del gusano de seda. Natural silk comes from the cocoon of the silkworm.
La fuerza de Popeye proviene de comer espinacas. Popeye's strength comes from eating spinach.

The ingredients of the poem which seem to be so bright because of the white are in fact the ingredients of a witches broth: In everything there is something bad, even in the goodness and shininess.
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Spanish VerbsPresentPast IIIFuture
Conjugation of provenir
provengo  provienes  proviene  provenimos  provenís  provienen  provenía  provenías  provenía  proveníamos  proveníais  provenían  provine  proviniste  provino  provinimos  provinisteis  provinieron  provendré  provendrás  provendrá  provendremos  provendréis  provendrán 
English Verbs    
Conjugation of arise   [ arose, arisen ]
Conjugation of originate   [ originated, originated ]