upotreba


upotreba
ȕpotreba ž
DEFINICIJA
primjenjivanje čega s određenom svrhom, služenje za što; primjena, upotrebljavanje, uporaba; poraba [jednokratna upotreba; upotreba sile; višekratna upotreba; izvan upotrebe; za osobnu upotrebu]
FRAZEOLOGIJA
izbaciti (izići) iz upotrebe prestati primjenjivati, ne upotrebljavati;
ući u upotrebu početi se upotrebljavati
ETIMOLOGIJA
u- + v. potreba

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