The word acerbo is an adjective that is used to indicate everything that is rough or rough to taste, such as: “You have the steering wheel of the acerbo car you must buy a liner.” The word acerbo is of Latin origin “acerbus”, formed by “ace r” which means” sharp, sour, penetrating ” and the old Latin suffix “-bus”.
Also, the term acer refers to the cruel, unpleasant, rigorous language that an individual possesses in his speech, such as: “yesterday, the boss made some bitter criticisms of the work of all his employees.”
The synonyms of acerbo are: bitter, rough, hard, hateful, relentless, ruthless, among others. Instead, the antonyms of the word acerbo are: sweet, soft, treatable, kind, and so on.
Acerbo and acquis
The word acquis has several meanings different from those indicated in the word acerbo, therefore, both terms should not be confused since each one reveals something specific and, despite appearing to have the same writing due to its pronunciation, it is to highlight which are differentiated through the letter “B” or “V”.
The term acquis is of Latin origin “acervus” which means “collection” and, that is why the term under study is a lot of small things. Also, acquis is a collection of moral and cultural assets that are part of a heritage, whether public or private.
The synonyms of acquis are: cluster, collection, heritage, belonging, among others.