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      verb
      1. to run / to travel / to flow (liquid)
      (according to the GDLC, this meaning is 'antic', yet a search for 'discorre' via Google returns many, many examples of 'discorre' with this meaning) Some are shown below:

      La canalització d'aigües discorre per un espai amb diferents condicions topogràfiques
      Imatge del punt designat d'aterratge del gasoducte, discorre a escassos metres del nucli de població de Cala Gamba i Es Coll d'en Rabassa
      Per aquesta població discorre el riu Llobregat
      Cursa de fons de 21092 km de distància una part del recorregut de la qual discorre pel nostre municipi..
      El tram corresponent a Euskadi té uns 45 km i discorre per Amezqueta, Larraitz, Zaldibia

      What I haven't come across are any examples showing the following meanings provided by the GDLC which makes it tricky to come up with equivalents:

      1 1 intr Recórrer amb la ment una sèrie d'idees deduint les unes de les altres pel raonament.
      to reason??

      2 tr Idear, inventar. Discórrer una solució per al problema.
      to come up with, to invent?

      2 intr Parlar sobre un assumpte amb un cert mètode i alguna extensió.
      ??

      Any suggestions would be gratefully received!

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        David Gimeno i Ayuso added a comment -

        1. To trace? In programming I saw many times "to trace a flowchart" and I think it can be translated by "recórrer un diagrama (de flux)".

        2. "To invent" is fine for me.

        3. "To discuss"?

        About the label "antic" for that "to flow" meaning, I strongly disagree with it. It's a common meaning, as you googled (demonstration through google :-D).

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        David Gimeno i Ayuso added a comment - 1. To trace? In programming I saw many times "to trace a flowchart" and I think it can be translated by "recórrer un diagrama (de flux)". 2. "To invent" is fine for me. 3. "To discuss"? About the label "antic" for that "to flow" meaning, I strongly disagree with it. It's a common meaning, as you googled (demonstration through google :-D).

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            Linda Oxnard
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