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a- {prefix} (not, without, opposite of) :: a-
a {article} (an) SEE: an ::
a {n} (name of the letter A, a) :: á {m}
A {abbr} (playing card) :: A [ás]
Aachen {prop} (city in North Rhine-Westphalia) :: Aquisgrano {f}, Aachen {f}
aah {interj} (expressing amazement or surprise) :: nossa
Aalborg {prop} (city in northern Denmark) :: Aalborg {f}
Aalenian {prop} (subdivision of the Middle Jurassic epoch) :: Aaleniano {m}
Aalenian {adj} (of or pertaining to the Aalenian epoch) :: aaleniano, aalênio [Brazil]
aardvark {n} (mammal) :: oricterope {m}, porco-da-terra {m}, jimbo {m}, porco-formigueiro {m}, timba {f}, timbo {m}, aardvark {m}
aardwolf {n} (the mammal species Proteles cristatus) :: protelo {m}, lobo-da-terra {m}
Aaron {prop} (biblical brother of Moses) :: Aarão {m}
Aaron {prop} (male given name) :: Aarão
Aaronite {n} (descendant of Aaron) :: aaronita {m} {f}
Aaron's rod {n} (goldenrod) SEE: goldenrod ::
Aaron's rod {n} (mullein) SEE: mullein ::
aarti {n} (Hindu ritual) :: arati {m}
abaca {n} (plant) :: abacá {m}
abaca {n} (fiber/fibre) SEE: Manila hemp ::
abacinate {v} (to blind by holding a red-hot metal rod or plate before the eyes) :: abacinar
abacist {n} (One who uses an abacus.) :: calculador, abacista {m} {f}
aback {adv} (backwards) :: atrás, para trás
aback {adv} (in the rear) :: atrás
aback {n} (abacus) SEE: abacus ::
abacterial {adj} (not caused by bacteria, characterized by lack of bacteria) :: abacteriano
abactinal {adj} (pertaining to the surface or end opposite to the mouth in a radiate animal) :: abactinal
abaction {n} (carrying away by force) :: abigeato
abactor {n} (one who steals and drives away cattle or beasts by herds) :: abactor {m}, abígeo {m}
abaculus {n} (a small tile) :: abáculo {m}, abacísculo {m}
abacus {n} ((obsolete) table or tray scattered with sand for calculating or drawing) :: ábaco {m}
abacus {n} (device for performing arithmetical calculations) :: ábaco {m}
abacus {n} (uppermost portion of the capital of a column) :: ábaco {m}
Abadan {prop} (city in Iran) :: Abadan {f}, Abadã {f}
abaft {adv} ((nautical) on the aft side) :: à popa
abaka {n} (plant) SEE: abaca ::
abaka {n} (fiber/fibre) SEE: Manila hemp ::
Abakan {prop} (city in Russia) :: Abakan {f}
abalienate {v} (to transfer the title of) :: abalienar
abalienation {n} (act of abalienating) :: abalienação {f}
abalone {n} (edible univalve mollusc) :: haliote {m}
abamectin {n} (insecticide) :: abamectina {f}
abandon {v} (to give up control of, surrender) :: abandonar, desistir, largar mão
abandon {v} (to leave behind or desert; to forsake) :: abandonar
abandon {v} (to cast out, expel, reject) :: expulsar
abandon {v} (to no longer exercise a right, relinquish a claim to property) :: renunciar
abandon {n} (a giving up to natural impulses) :: abandono {m}
abandonable {adj} (able to be abandoned) :: abandonável
abandoned {adj} (no longer maintained, forsaken, deserted) :: abandonado
abandoner {n} (one who abandons) :: abandonador {m}
abandoning {n} (abandoning) :: desamparo, abandono
abandonment {n} (act of abandoning) :: abandono {m}
abandon ship {v} (to leave or forsake a ship due to its impending doom) :: abandonar o navio
abanga {n} (a West Indian palm) :: abanga {f}
abaptiston {n} (trepan with a conical shape) :: abatista {f}
abarognosis {n} (loss of the ability to estimate weight) :: abarognose {f}
abarthrosis {n} (diarthrosis) SEE: diarthrosis ::
abarticular {adj} (away from the joints) :: abarticular
abarticulation {n} (articulation that permits free motion in the joint) :: abarticulação {f}
abase {v} (to lower so as to cause pain or hurt feelings) :: rebaixar, humilhar, abater, abaixar
abasement {n} (the act of abasing) :: rebaixe, humilhação, aviltamento
abash {v} (to make ashamed, to embarrass) :: envergonhar, confundir
abashed {adj} (embarrassed) :: envergonhado
abashment {n} (the state of being abashed; confusion from shame) :: confusão, vergonha
abasia {n} (incapacity to walk) :: abasia {f}
abasic {adj} (of, pertaining to or caused by abasia) :: abásico
abastard {v} (To abastardize) :: abastardar
abastardize {v} (to render bastard) :: abastardar
abatable {adj} (Capable of being abated) :: anulável
abate {v} (to bring down or reduce to a lower state) :: reduzir, suprimir
abate {v} (to bring down a person physically or mentally) :: abater, diminuir, embotar
abate {v} (to decrease or make less in strength) :: diminuir, descer, declinar
abate {v} (to deduct, to omit) :: deduzir
abate {v} (to bar, to except) :: excluir, barrar
abate {v} (obsolete: to bring entirely down or put an end to) :: cessar
abate {v} (to be defeated) :: derrotar
abatement {n} (the act of abating or the state of being abated) :: abatimento, extenuação
abater {n} (one who, or that which, abates) :: diminuidor {m}
abatis {n} (means of defense) :: abatis {m}
abaton {n} (enclosure in the temple of Asclepios where patients slept) :: abaton {m}, ábaton {m}
abattoir {n} (public slaughterhouse) :: matadouro {m}, açougue, abatedouro {m}
abaxial {adj} (botany, zoology: of a side away from central line) :: abaxial
abaxially {adv} (in an abaxial manner) :: abaxialmente
abbacy {n} (dignity, estate, or jurisdiction of an abbot) :: abadia {f}
Abbadid {n} (member of Muslim dynasty) :: abádida {m}
Abbas {prop} (A male given name) :: Abbas {m}
abbasi {n} (historical Persian silver coin) :: abassi {m}, abás {m}
abbasi {n} (Persian unit of weight) :: abás {m}
Abbasid {n} (member of the dynasty that ruled from Baghdad from about to 750 to 1250) :: abássida {m}
Abbasid {adj} (relating to the Abbasids) :: abássida
abbatial {adj} (belonging to an abbey) :: abacial
abbe {n} (abbot) :: abbade
Abbe refractometer {n} (instrument used to measure the refractive index of a liquid) :: refractómetro de Abbe {m} [Portugal], refratômetro de Abbe {m} [Brazil]
abbess {n} (female superior of a nunnery) :: abadessa {f}
Abbeville {prop} (town in Picardy, France) :: Abbeville {f}
Abbevillian {prop} (earliest epoch of the early Paleolithic stage) :: Abeviliano {m}
abbey {n} (monastery headed by an abbot) :: abadia {f}
abbey {n} (church of a monastery) :: abadia {f}
abbeystead {n} (seat of an abbey) :: abadia {f}
abbot {n} (superior or head of an abbey or monastery) :: abade {m}
abbot general {n} (leader of a monastic order) :: abade-geral {m}
abbot nullius {n} (abbot exempt from diocesan control) :: abade nullius {m}
abbotship {n} (the state or office of an abbot) :: abadiado {m}, abadado {m}
Abbottabad {prop} (city in Pakistan) :: Abbottabad {f}
abbreviate {v} (to make shorter) :: abreviar, encurtar
abbreviate {v} (to reduce to lower terms) :: abreviar
abbreviate {adj} (abbreviated, abridged) :: abreviado, encurtado
abbreviate {n} (abridgment) SEE: abridgment ::
abbreviated {adj} (shortened) :: abreviado
abbreviatedly {adv} (in an abbreviated fashion) :: abreviadamente
abbreviation {n} (shortened or contracted form of a word or phrase) :: abreviação {f}, abreviatura {f}
abbreviation {n} (act or result of shortening or reducing) :: abreviatura {f}, abreviação {f}
abbreviative {adj} (Tending to abbreviate) :: abreviativo
abbreviator {n} (one who abbreviates) :: abreviador {m}
abbreviator {n} (papal officer) :: breviador {m}
abbreviatory {adj} (serving or tending to abbreviate; shortening; abridging) :: abreviatório, abreviativo
abbreviature {n} (abbreviation) SEE: abbreviation ::
abbreviature {n} (abridgement, compendium, abstract) :: abreviatura {f}, abreviação {f}
ABC {n} (alphabet) SEE: alphabet ::
ABC {n} (rudiments) :: abc {m}, abecê {m}, á-bê-cê {m}
ABC book {n} (primer) SEE: primer ::
abciximab {n} (antiplatelet drug) :: abciximab {m}
abdal {n} (religious devotee in Persia) :: abdalá {m}, abdal {m}
Abdera {prop} (town) :: Abdera {f}
Abderhalden reaction {n} (occurrence of proteolytic enzymes specific for foreign proteins introduced via parents) :: reação de Abderhalden {f}
Abderite {n} (native of Abdera, Thrace) :: abderita {m} {f}
abdest {n} (Islamic act of washing parts of the body) :: abdeste {m}
abdicable {adj} (capable of being abdicated) :: abdicável
abdicant {adj} (who abdicates) :: abdicante, abdicador
abdicant {n} (one who abdicates) :: abdicador {m}, abdicante {m} {f}
abdicate {v} (to disclaim and expel from family, see also: disinherit) :: deserdar
abdicate {v} (to reject, cast off, discard) :: abdicar
abdicate {v} (to surrender or relinquish as sovereign power; to withdraw from filling or exercising) :: abdicar
abdicate {v} (to renounce a throne or other high office) :: abdicar
abdicate {v} (to depose) SEE: depose ::
abdication {n} (the act of abdicating; the renunciation of a high office, dignity, or trust, by its holder) :: abdicação {f}
abdicative {adj} ((rare) causing, or implying, abdication) :: abdicativo
abdicator {n} (one who abdicates) :: abdicador {m}, abdicante {m} {f}
abditory {n} (place for hiding or preserving) :: escondrijo, abditório {m}
abdomen {n} (belly) :: abdómen {m} [Portugal], abdômen {m} [Brazil]
abdomen {n} (cavity) :: abdómen {m} [Portugal], abdômen {m} [Brazil]
abdomen {n} (the posterior section of an arthropod's body) :: abdómen {m}
abdomin- {prefix} (relating to the abdomen) :: abdomino-
abdominal {adj} (of or pertaining to the abdomen) :: abdominal
abdominal cavity {n} (hollow portion of the torso, containing abdominal organs) :: cavidade abdominal {f}
abdominal gestation {n} (pregnancy within the abdominal cavity) :: gestação abdominal {f}
abdominalgia {n} (abdominal pain) :: abdominalgia {f}
abdominally {adv} (in the area of the abdomen) :: abdominalmente
abdominal pore {n} (sphincter near the cloaca) :: poro abdominal {m}
abdominal respiration {n} (respiration controlled by the diaphragm) :: respiração abdominal {f}
abdominal ring {n} (either of two openings in the abdominal muscle wall) :: anel abdominal {m}
abdominal wall {n} (muscles that surround the abdominal cavity) :: parede abdominal {f}
abdominocentesis {n} (extraction of peritoneal fluid from the abdomen) :: abdominocentese {f}
abdominojugular {adj} (relating to the abdomen and the jugular vein) :: abdominojugular
abdominopelvic {adj} (relating to the abdomen and the cavity of the pelvis) :: abdominopélvico
abdominoperineal {adj} (relating to the abdomen and the perineum) :: abdominoperineal
abdominoperineal resection {n} (surgery to remove a portion of the large intestine) :: ressecção abdominoperineal {f}
abdominoplasty {n} (surgery) :: abdominoplastia {f}
abdominoscopy {n} (Examination of the abdomen using an endoscope) :: abdominoscopia {f}
abdominous {adj} (pot-bellied) :: abdominal, [figuratively] barrigudo
Abdon {prop} (biblical judge of Israel) :: Abdom {m}
abduce {v} (transitive, obsolete: to draw or conduct away; to withdraw; to draw to a different part) :: abduzir, retrair, desviar, apartar.
abducens nerve {n} (nerve) :: nervo abducente {m}
abduct {v} (to take away) :: raptar, abduzir, sequestrar
abduct {v} (to draw away from its ordinary position) :: abduzir
abductee {n} (abducted person) :: abduzido {m}
abduction {n} (leading away, carrying away) :: [Brazil] abdução {m}, [Portugal] abducção {m}
abduction {n} (physiology: movement separating limb from axis) :: abdução {m} [Brazil], abducção {m} [Portugal]
abduction {n} (law: wrongful carrying off of a human being) :: rapto, abdução {f}, seqüestro {m} [Brazil], abducção {m} [Portugal]
abductive {adj} (logic) :: abdutivo
abductively {adv} (in an abductive fashion) :: abdutivamente
abductor {n} (kidnapper) :: raptor {m}, sequestrador {m}
abductor {n} (muscle) :: abdutor {m}
Abdullah {prop} (Muslim given name) :: Abdala, Abdula {m}
abearance {n} (behavior) SEE: behavior ::
Abecedarian {n} (member of a 16th-century sect) :: abecedariano {m}
abecedarium {n} (a book used to teach the alphabet) SEE: primer ::
abecedary {n} (the alphabet) :: abecedário {m}
abed {adv} (in bed, or on the bed) :: deitado (na cama)
Abednego {prop} (one of the captives who escaped the fiery furnace) :: Abednego {m}, Abede-Nego {m}
Abel {prop} (biblical character) :: Abel
Abel {prop} (male given name) :: Abel {m}
Abelard {prop} (male given name) :: Abelardo
abele {n} (Populus alba) SEE: white poplar ::
abelia {n} (any of the various honeysuckles of the genus Abelia) :: abélia {f}
abelian {adj} (math: of a group) :: abeliano
Abelian {n} (member of a sect living like Abel) :: abeliano {m}
Abelian algebra {n} (commutative algebra) SEE: commutative algebra ::
abelian group {n} (group in which the group operation is commutative) :: grupo abeliano {m}
abelisaurus {n} (theropod dinosaur of the Late Cretaceous) :: abelissauro {m}
abelite {n} (explosive consisting of ammonium nitrate and hydrocarbons) :: abelita {f}
abelmosk {n} (A. moschatus) :: abelmosco {m}
Abelonian {n} (Abelian) SEE: Abelian ::
Abenaki {adj} (related to the Abenaki people or language) :: abenaki
Aberdeen {prop} (city in Scotland) :: Aberdeen {f}
aberrance {n} (state of being aberrant; a wandering from the right way; deviation from truth, rectitude) :: aberração {f}, aberrância {f}
aberrant {adj} (deviating from the norm) :: aberrante
aberrant {adj} (straying from the right way) :: aberrante
aberrant {adj} (deviating from the ordinary or natural type; exceptional; abnormal) :: aberrante
aberrant conduction {n} (heart condition where the electrical stimulus travels via an abnormal pathway) :: condução aberrante {f}
aberrantly {adv} (in an aberrant manner) :: aberrantemente
aberrate {v} (to deviate from; to go astray) :: aberrar
aberration {n} (act of wandering or deviation; abnormality) :: aberração {f}
aberration {n} (optics: convergence to different foci) :: aberração {f}
aberration {n} (astronomy: small periodical change of position of heavenly bodies) :: aberração {f}
aberration {n} (partial alienation of reason) :: aberração {f}
aberration {n} (zoology, botany: atypical development or structure) :: aberração {f}
aberration {n} (medicine: deviation from normal range) :: aberração {f}
aberrational {adj} (characterized by aberration) :: aberrativo, aberratório
aberrometer {n} (device that measures refractive aberrations of the eye) :: aberrómetro {m} [Portugal], aberrômetro {m} [Brazil]
aberrometry {n} :: aberrometria {f}
abessive case {n} (case used to express the lack of something) :: caso abessivo {m}
abet {v} (to assist or encourage in crime) :: incitar, instigar
abet {v} (to support, uphold, or aid) :: assistir, ajudar
abetalipoproteinemia {n} (rare disorder) :: abetalipoproteinemia {f}
abetting {n} (the act of one who abets) :: acumpliciamento {m}
abettor {n} (accomplice) :: cúmplice
abettor {n} (inciter) :: incitador {m}
abeyance {n} (expectancy; condition of being undetermined) :: pendência
abeyance {n} (suspension; temporary suppression) :: suspensão {f}, pendência {f}
abeyance {n} (heraldry: expectancy of a title) :: vacância {f}, vacatura {f}, vagatura {f}
Abgar {prop} (name of a number of kings of Osroene) :: Abgar {m}, Abgaro {m}
abhinaya {n} (use of the face and hands in Indian dancing) :: abhinaya {f}
abhisheka {n} (Indian ceremony involving washing, cleansing and anointing) :: abhisheka {f}
abhor {v} (to regard with horror or detestation) :: abominar, detestar
abhorrence {n} (extreme aversion) :: aversão {f}, horror {m}, repugnância {f}
abhorrent {adj} (inconsistent with) :: incompatível
abhorrent {adj} (contrary or discordant) :: contrário, incompatível, discordante
abhorrent {adj} (detesting; showing abhorrence) :: detestável, repugnante, odioso, horroroso
abhyanga {n} (Ayurvedic massage with warm oil) :: abhyanga {f}
abide {v} (endure without yielding) :: aguentar, persistir
abide {v} (bear patiently; tolerate) :: suportar, tolerar, aguentar
abide {v} (dwell) :: viver, morar, habitar, residir
abide {v} (wait in expectation) :: aguardar, esperar
abide {v} (abide by) SEE: abide by ::
abide by {v} (accept a decision or law and act in accordance with it) :: seguir
Abidjan {prop} (the largest city of Côte d'Ivoire) :: Abidjan, Abijão, Abijã
abietate {n} (any salt or ester of abietic acid) :: abietato {m}
abietic {adj} (related to abietic acid or its deratives) :: abiético
abietic acid {n} (a yellowish resin acid isolated from rosin and used in varnishes) :: ácido abiético {m}
abietin {n} (a resin obtained from Strasburg turpentine or Canada balsam) :: abietina {f}
Abigail {prop} (biblical wife of David) :: Abigail
Abigail {prop} (female given name) :: Abigail
abigeat {n} (theft of cattle) :: abigeato {m}
ability {n} (quality or state of being able) :: habilidade, capacidade {f}
ability {n} (a skill or competence) :: habilidade {f}
ability {n} (a high level of capability or skill) :: destreza {f}, perícia {f}, habilidade {f}, mestria {f}
-ability {suffix} (Forms a noun from a verb) :: -abilidade
Abimelech {prop} (name of Philistine kings) :: Abimelech {m}, Abimeleque {m}
abiogenesis {n} (origination of living organisms from lifeless matter) :: [Brazil] abiogênese {f}, [Portugal] abiogénese {f}
abiogenetic {adj} (pertaining to or originated by abiogenesis) :: abiogenético
abiogenic {adj} (not produced or derived by means of living organisms) :: abiogénico [Portugal], abiogênico [Brazil]
abiological {adj} (pertaining to inanimate things) :: abiológico
abiology {n} (sciences that deal with inorganic bodies) :: abiologia {f}
abiosis {n} (absence of life) :: abiose {f}
abiotic {adj} (Nonliving) :: abiótico
abiotic {adj} (Of inorganic matter) :: abiótico
abiotically {adv} (in an abiotic manner) :: abioticamente
abiotrophic {adj} (relating to or involving abiotrophy) :: abiotrófico
abiotrophy {n} (premature degeneration) :: abiotrofia {f}
a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush {proverb} (small but certain advantage is preferable) :: mais vale um pássaro na mão do que dois voando
abirritate {v} (to diminish the sensibility of) :: abirritar
abirritation {n} (debility; want of strength) :: abirritação {f}
a bit {adv} (a little) SEE: a little ::
Abitur {n} (group of exams taken in the final year of German secondary school) :: Abitur {m}
abiu {n} (tree) :: abiu {m}
abjad {n} (writing system) :: abjad {m}
abjectly {adv} (with great shame, desperately; in an abject fashion) :: abjetamente
abjugation {n} (act of abjugation) :: abjunção {f}
abjuration {n} (a solemn recantation or renunciation on oath) :: abjuração {f}
abjuratory {adj} (involving abjuration) :: abjuratório
abjure {v} (to renounce upon oath) :: abjurar
abjure {v} (to renounce with solemnity) :: abjurar
abjurer {n} (one who abjures) :: abjurador {m}
abkari {n} (tax on the manufacture or sale of liquors and drugs in India) :: abcári {m}
Abkhaz {adj} (of or pertaining to Abkhazia) :: abcázio
Abkhaz {n} (person from Abkhazia) :: abcázio {m}
Abkhaz {prop} (a Northwest Caucasian language spoken in Abkhazia) :: abcázio {m}
Abkhazia {prop} (territory in the Caucasus, see also: Republic of Abkhazia) :: Abcázia {f}
Abkhazian {adj} (Of or pertaining to Abkhazia) SEE: Abkhaz ::
Abkhazian {n} (Abkhaz) SEE: Abkhaz ::
Abkhazian {prop} (Abkhazian language) SEE: Abkhaz ::
ablaqueate {v} (to lay bare the roots of a tree) :: ablaquear
ablaqueation {n} (process of laying bare the roots of trees) :: ablaqueação {f}
ablastemic {adj} (unable to form a blastema) :: ablastémico [Portugal], ablastêmico [Brazil]
ablastin {n} (antibody efficient against some protozoans) :: ablastina {f}
ablation {n} (removal) :: ablação {f}
ablation {n} (amputation) :: ablação {f}
ablation {n} (progressive removal of material) :: ablação {f}
ablative {adj} (applied to one of the cases of the noun in other language) :: ablativo
ablative {n} (ablative case) SEE: ablative case ::
ablative absolute {n} (linguistic construction in Latin) :: ablativo absoluto {m}
ablative case {n} (grammatical case used to indicate movement away from something, removal, separation, source) :: ablativo {m}
ablaut {n} (substitution of one root vowel for another) :: ablaut {m}, apofonia {f}
ablaze {adj} (on fire) :: em chamas, em brasas, queimando, ardente
ablaze {adj} (in a state of glowing excitement) :: ardente, brilhante, radiante, resplandecente
ablaze {adv} (on fire) :: ardendo, queimando
ablaze {adv} (glowing with excitement) :: brilhando
able {adj} (permitted to) :: possível, permitido
able {adj} (skillful) :: capaz
able {adj} (legally qualified) :: competente
-able {suffix} (able to be done) :: -ável, -ível
-able {suffix} (fit to be done) :: -ável, -ível
able {adj} (healthy) SEE: healthy ::
able {v} (enable) SEE: enable ::
able-bodied {adj} (having a sound, strong body; physically competent; robust) :: pessoa sem deficiência {f}, não-deficiente, capaz, robusto {m}
ablegate {v} (to send abroad) :: ablegar
ablegate {n} (representative of the pope in foreign countries) :: ablegado {m}
ablegation {n} (expulsion, banishment) :: ablegação {f}, banimento {m}
ableism {n} (discrimination against persons with disabilities) :: capacitismo {m}
a blessing and a curse {n} (both a blessing and a burden) :: uma bênção e uma maldição
abloom {adv} ((postpositive) in or into bloom; in a blooming state) :: florescente
abluent {adj} (washing away) :: abluente
abluminal {adj} (away from the lumen) :: abluminal
ablution {n} (the act of washing or cleansing) :: ablução {f}
ablutophobia {n} (pathological fear of washing or bathing) :: ablutofobia {f}
ably {adv} (with great ability) :: habilmente
abnegate {v} (to deny oneself something) :: abnegar
abnegate {v} (to reject, to deny) :: abnegar
abnegation {n} (denial; renunciation) :: abnegação {f}
abnegatory {adj} (serving to abnegate) :: abnegante, abnegador
Abner {prop} (biblical cousin of Saul) :: Abner {m}
abnet {n} (girdle of a Jewish priest or officer) :: abanete {m}
Abney level {n} (clinometer used to measure tree heights) :: nível de Abney {m}
abnormal {adj} (not conforming to rule or system) :: anormal
abnormal {adj} (of or pertaining to behaviour that deviates from norms) :: anormal
abnormality {n} (state of being abnormal) :: anormalidade, anomalia
abnormalize {v} (to make abnormal) :: anormalizar
abnormally {adv} (In an abnormal manner) :: anormalmente
abnormalness {n} (abnormality) SEE: abnormality ::
abnormal psychology {n} (academic study) :: psicologia anormal {f}
aboard {adv} (on board) :: a bordo
aboard {prep} (on board of) :: a bordo de
abode {n} (obsolete: act of waiting) :: espera {f}, atraso {m}, aguardar
abode {n} (stay or continuance in a place; sojourn) :: permanência {f}
abode {n} (slightly dated: residence) :: residência {f}, domicílio {m}, moradia {f}
abode {n} (omen) SEE: omen ::
ABO group {n} (basic system of categorizing blood by antigen type) :: grupo ABO {m}
aboil {adj} (boiling) :: fervente
abolish {v} (to end a law, system, institution, custom or practice) :: abolir, suprimir
abolish {v} (to destroy) :: destroçar, arrasar, acabar com
abolishable {adj} (capable of being abolished) :: abolível
abolisher {n} (one who abolishes) :: abolidor {m}
abolishment {n} (The act of abolishing) :: abolimento {m}, abolição {f}
abolition {n} (act of abolishing) :: abolição {f}
abolition {n} (abolition of slavery and the slave trade) :: abolição {f}
abolitionism {n} (opinion in favor of the abolition of something) :: abolicionismo {m}
abolitionist {n} (person who favors the abolition) :: abolicionista {m} {f}
aboma {n} (any of several large South American serpents) :: aboma {f}
abomasal {adj} (relating to the abomasum) :: abomasal
abomasitis {n} (inflammation of the abomasum in young ruminants) :: abomasite {f}
abomasum {n} (fourth or digestive stomach of a ruminant) :: abomaso, coalho {m}
A-bomb {n} (atomic bomb) :: bomba atômica {f} [Brazil], bomba atómica {f} [Portugal]
Abomey {prop} (major city in southern Benin) :: Abomey {f}, Abomé {f}, Abomei {f}
abominable {adj} (hateful; detestable; loathsome) :: abominável, execrável
abominable {adj} ((obsolete) excessive; large) :: enorme
abominable {adj} (very bad or inferior) :: abominável, terrível, péssimo
abominable snowman {n} (humanoid or apelike animal said to exist in the Himalayas) :: abominável homem das neves {m}
abominably {adv} (in an abominable manner) :: abominavelmente
abominate {v} (to feel disgust towards, to hate in the highest degree) :: abominar
abomination {n} (the feeling of extreme disgust) :: abominação {f}, repugnância {f}
abomination {n} (something abominable) :: abominação {f}
abominator {n} (one who abominates) :: abominador {m}
aboral {adj} (situated away from the mouth) :: aboral
aborally {adv} (away from the mouth) :: aboralmente
aboriginal {adj} (original; indigenous) :: aborígene
aboriginal {n} (animal or plant native to a region) :: aborígene {m} {f}, aborígine {m} {f}
Aboriginal {n} (aboriginal) SEE: aboriginal ::
Aboriginal {adj} (of or pertaining to aborigines) :: aborígene {mf}, aborígine {mf}
Aboriginal {n} (original inhabitant of Australia) :: aborígene {mf}, aborígine {mf}
Aboriginal {n} (original inhabitant of any land) :: aborígene {mf}, aborígine {mf}
Aboriginal American {n} (Aboriginal American) :: aborígene americano {m}
Aboriginal American {adj} (Aboriginal American) :: aborígene americano {m}
aboriginalness {n} (state or condition of being aboriginal) :: aboriginalidade {f}
aborigine {n} (aboriginal inhabitant of a country) :: aborígene {m} {f}, nativo {m}, indígena {m} {f}
Aborigine {n} (Aboriginal person from Australia, Aboriginal Australian) :: aborígine {m} {f}
Aborigines {prop} (the earliest inhabitants of central Italy) :: aborígines {m-p}
abort {n} (miscarriage) :: aborto {m}
abort {n} (product of a miscarriage) :: aborto {m}, abortado {m}
abort {n} (function used to abort a process) :: abort {m}, abortamento {m}
abort {v} (to miscarry) :: abortar, perder
abort {v} (to cause a premature termination) :: abortar, cancelar
abort {v} (computing: to terminate a process prior to completion) :: abortar
abortable {adj} (capable of being aborted) :: abortável
aborted {adj} (brought forth prematurely) :: abortado
aborter {n} (one who or that which aborts) :: abortador {m}
abortifacient {adj} (producing miscarriage) :: abortivo
abortifacient {n} (agent that causes premature delivery) :: abortivo
abortin {n} (extract manufactured from the bacterium Brucella abortus) :: abortina {f}
abortion {n} (miscarriage) :: aborto {m}, aborto espontâneo {m}
abortion {n} (induced abortion) :: aborto induzido {m}, aborto {m}
abortion {n} (act of inducing abortion) :: aborto {m}, abortamento {m}
abortion {n} (the act of aborting a project, etc) :: aborto {m}, abandono {m}
abortion {n} (something ugly) :: aborto {m}
abortionism {n} (advocacy or practice of abortion) :: abortismo {m}
abortionist {n} (one who favors abortion being legal) :: abortista {m} {f}
abortive {adj} (produced by abortion; born prematurely) :: abortivo
abortive {adj} (coming to naught; fruitless) :: abortivo
abortive {adj} (imperfectly formed or developed; rudimentary; sterile) :: abortivo
abortive {adj} (causing abortion) :: abortivo, abortífero, amblótico
abortive {n} (that which is born or brought forth prematurely; an abortion) :: aborto {m}
abortive {n} (a medicine) :: abortivo {m}, amblótico
abortiveness {n} (quality of being abortive) :: abortividade {f}
Aboukir {prop} (village on the Mediterranean coast of Egypt) :: Aboukir {f}, Abuquir {f}
Aboukir {prop} (bay outside the village of Aboukir) :: Aboukir {f}, Abuquir {f}
abound {v} (to be plentiful) :: abundar, ser abundante
abound {v} (to be copiously supplied) :: abundar, ser abundante
abound with {v} (abound) SEE: abound ::
about {prep} (on every side of) :: ao redor de, nas redondezas de
about {prep} (near, approximately, regarding time, size or quantity) :: por volta de, perto de
about {prep} (on the point or verge of) :: prestes a
about {prep} (over or upon different parts of) :: por
about {prep} (concerned with, engaged in) :: preocupado/lidando com
about {prep} (concerning) :: sobre
about {prep} (in the immediate neighborhood of) :: perto
about {adv} (on all sides) :: ao redor, em volta
about {adv} (here and there) :: por
about {adv} (nearly, approximately) :: aproximadamente, cerca de, mais ou menos
about {adv} (in circuit) :: ao redor
about-face {n} (military: abrupt turn to face the opposite direction) :: meia-volta {f}
about time {adv} (close to the right time) :: quase na hora
about time {adv} (far past the desired time) :: já era hora, já era tempo
about to {phrase} (indicating imminence) :: no limiar de, prestes a, a ponto de
about-turn {n} (turn of 180 degrees) :: meia-volta {f}
above {prep} (over, on top of) :: acima
above {prep} (in or to a higher place) :: acima de, em cima de, sobre
above {prep} (superior to, surpassing) :: acima de
above {prep} (more) :: acima de, mais que, mais de
above {adv} (earlier in order in writing) :: acima
above {adv} (in a higher place) :: acima, para cima
above {adv} (higher in rank) :: acima
above all {prep} (of prime importance) :: sobretudo, acima de tudo
above average {prep} (Better than average) :: acima da média
abovementioned {adj} (abovementioned) SEE: above-mentioned ::
above-mentioned {adj} (mentioned or named before; aforesaid) :: supracitado, supramencionado {m}
above-named {adj} (mentioned or named before) SEE: above-mentioned ::
abovesaid {adj} (mentioned before) :: sobredito {m}
above the law {prep} (exempt from the laws that apply to everyone else) :: acima da lei
abracadabra {interj} (used to indicate that a magic trick or other illusion has been performed) :: abracadabra
abrachia {n} (the congenital absence of both arms) :: abraquia {f}
abrade {v} ((transitive) to rub or wear off; to waste or wear away by friction) :: desgastar
abrader {n} (tool or machine for abrading) :: abrasor {m}
Abraham {prop} (prophet in the Old Testament) :: Abraão
Abraham {prop} (male given name) :: Abraão
Abraham {prop} (surname) :: Abraão
Abrahamic {adj} (pertaining to Abraham) :: abraâmico
Abrahamic {adj} (pertaining to Abrahamic religions) :: abraâmico
Abrahamism {n} (Abrahamic religions collectively) :: abraamismo {m}
Abrahamitic {adj} (Abrahamic) SEE: Abrahamic ::
Abraham's bosom {prop} (waiting place for the faithful dead) :: seio de Abraão {m}
Abram {prop} (Old Testament patriarch) :: Abraão
Abrasax {prop} (one of the Archons) :: Abrasax {m}
abrasiometer {n} (device which measures the resistance of surfaces to abrasion) :: abrasômetro {m} [Brazil]
abrasion {n} (act of abrading) :: abrasamento {m}, raspagem {f}
abrasion {n} (geology: effect of mechanical erosion of rock) :: abrasão {f}
abrasion {n} (medicine: superficial wound) :: abrasão {f}
abrasion platform {n} (sloping or nearly flat bedrock surface extending out from the foot of a marine cliff under shallow water of a breaker (wave) zone) :: plataforma de abrasão {f}
abrasive {adj} (producing abrasion; rough) :: abrasivo
abrasively {adv} (in an abrasive manner) :: abrasivamente
abrasively {adv} (in a rough manner) :: abrasivamente
abrasiveness {n} (the property of being abrasive) :: abrasividade {f}
abreact {v} (eliminate previously repressed emotions) :: ab-reagir
abreaction {n} (psychoanalysis) :: ab-reação {f}
abreactive {adj} (capable of producing abreaction) :: ab-reativo
abreast {adv} (informed) :: bem informado
abreast {adv} (side by side) :: lado a lado
abrenunciation {n} (absolute renunciation; repudiation) :: abrenúncio {m}
abridgable {adj} (capable of being abridged) :: resumível
abridge {v} (to make shorter) :: abreviar, encurtar
abridge {v} (to shorten or contract by using fewer words) :: abreviar, resumir
abridge {v} (to deprive) :: privar, despojar
abridged {adj} (cut or shortened, especially of a literary work) :: abreviado
abridgedly {adv} (in an abridged manner) :: resumidamente
abridger {n} (one who abridges) :: resumidor {m}
abridgment {n} (act of abridging) :: resumo {m}, abreviação {f}
abridgment {n} (state of being abridged) :: resumo {m}
abridgment {n} (shortened version) :: resumo {m}, abreviação {f}
abrine {n} (toxic amino acid obtained from jequirity beans) :: abrina {f}
abroad {adv} (in foreign countries) :: [location] no exterior, no estrangeiro; [movement] ao exterior, ao estrangeiro; [location overseas] no ultramar, no além-mar; [movement overseas] ao ultramar, ao além-mar
abroad {adv} (at large; widely; broadly; over a wide space) :: amplamente, largamente
abroad {adv} (without a certain confine; outside the house) :: fora de casa
abroad {n} (countries or lands abroad) :: exterior {m}, ultramar {m}, além-mar {m}
abrogable {adj} (capable of being abrogated) :: ab-rogável
abrogate {v} (to annul by an authoritative act) :: ab-rogar, anular, revogar
abrogation {n} (act of abrogating) :: ab-rogação {f}
abrogative {adj} (tending or designed to abrogate) :: ab-rogativo
abrotanum {n} (a bushy wormwood from Europe) :: abrótano {m}, abrótono {m}
abrupt {adj} (extremely steep) :: brusco, abrupto
abrupt {adj} (without notice) :: brusco, abrupto
abrupt {adj} (curt in manner) :: brusco, rude
abrupt {adj} (having sudden transitions from one state to next) :: brusco, abrupto
abrupt {v} (to tear off or asunder) :: abscindir
abrupt {v} (to interrupt suddenly) :: abscindir, interromper
abruptly {adv} (in an abrupt manner) :: abruptamente
Abruzzian {adj} (of, from or relating to Abruzzo) :: abruzzês, abruzês, abruzense
Abruzzian {n} (native of Abruzzo) :: abruzzês {m}, abruzês {m}, abruzense {m} {f}
Abruzzo {prop} (region of central Italy) :: Abruzzo {m}
Absalom {prop} (Biblical character) :: Absalão {m}
Absalom {prop} (male given name) :: Absalão {m}
abscess {n} (cavity filled with pus) :: abscesso {m}
abscess {v} (to form an abscess) :: absceder
abscisic acid {n} (plant hormone that inhibits seed germination) :: ácido abscísico {m}
absciss {v} (to cut off by abscission) :: abscindir
absciss {v} (to separate by abscission) :: abscindir
abscissa {n} (first of two coordinates) :: abscissa
abscission {n} (act of cutting off) :: abscisão {f}
abscission {n} (abrupt stop of speech) :: abscisão {f}
abscission {n} (natural separation of a part of a plant) :: abscisão {f}
abscission layer {n} (layer of cells in a plant which begin the process of abscission) :: camada de abscisão {f}
abscission zone {n} (area in a leaf, stem or fruit stalk where the abscission layer if formed) :: zona de abscisão {f}
abscond {v} (to flee, often secretly) :: esconder-se
abscond {v} (to withdraw from) :: fugir, evadir
abscond {v} (to hide (something)) :: esconder, ocultar
abseil {v} (to descend a vertical drop using a rope) :: rapelar
abseil {n} (a descent by abseil) :: rapel {m}
abseiler {n} (someone who abseils) :: rapelista {m} {f}, rapeleiro {m}
absence {n} (state of being away) :: ausência {f}
absence {n} (lack; deficiency; non-existence) :: ausência {f}, falta {f}
absence {n} (inattention to things present) :: falta de atenção {f}
absence makes the heart grow fonder {proverb} (when someone or something is faraway, you realise how much you love or miss them or it) :: longe dos olhos, perto do coração
absent {adj} (being away from a place) :: ausente
absent {adj} (not existing) :: ausente, inexistente
absent {adj} (inattentive) :: ausente
absent {prep} (without) :: na ausência de
absent {v} (to withhold from being present) :: ausentar
absentee {n} (person who is absent) :: ausente {m} {f}
absentee {n} (landholder who doesn't live where his estate is) :: absentista {m} {f}
absent-minded {adj} (absent in mind) :: distraído
absent-mindedly {adv} (preoccupiedly) :: distraidamente
absent-mindedness {n} (state or quality of being preoccupied) :: distração {f}
absinthe {n} (liquor) :: absinto {m}
absinthe {n} (Artemisia absinthium) :: absinto {m}
absinthiated {adj} (impregnated with wormwood) :: absintado
absinthic {adj} (of wormwood or its acid) :: absíntico
absinthin {n} (principal compound found in wormwood) :: absintina
absinthism {n} (condition of being poisoned by absinthe) :: absintismo {m}
absinthium {n} (Artemisia absinthium) SEE: wormwood ::
absolute {adj} (free from limitations or conditions) :: ilimitado, irrestrito
absolute {adj} (peremptory) :: peremptório, definitivo
absolute {adj} (free from imperfection; complete in itself) :: absoluto
absolute {adj} (pure; unmixed) :: absoluto
absolute {adj} (positive; clear) :: certo, inquestionável
absolute {adj} (fundamental, ultimate, intrinsic, independent of references or relations to other things) :: absoluto
absolute {adj} (grammar: not immediately dependent on the other parts of the sentence) :: absoluto
absolute {adj} :: absoluto
absolute {n} (that which is independent of context-dependent interpretation) :: absoluto {m}
absolute address {n} (identification of a fixed location) :: endereço absoluto {m}
absolutely {adv} (in an absolute manner) :: absolutamente
absolute majority {n} (A number of votes totalling over 50 per cent) :: maioria absoluta {f}
absolute monarchy {n} (state) :: monarquia absoluta {f}
absolute monarchy {n} (rule) :: monarquia absoluta {f}
absolute music {n} (music which depends solely on its rhythmic, melodic and contrapuntal structure) :: música absoluta {f}
absoluteness {n} (the fact free from any conditions or other beings) :: absoluteza {f}
absolute scale {n} (temperature scale based on absolute zero) :: escala absoluta {f}
absolute space-time {n} (Newtonian concept of an unchangeable reference system of time and spatial coordinates) :: espaço-tempo absoluto {m}
absolute state {n} (in Semitic languages, the condition of a noun that is not grammatically linked to another noun) :: estado absoluto {m}
absolute superlative {n} (absolute superlative) :: superlativo absoluto {m}
absolute value {n} (numerical value of a real number) :: valor absoluto {m}
absolute zero {n} (coldest possible temperature) :: zero absoluto {m}
absolution {n} (absolving or setting free from guilt, sin or penalty; forgiveness of an offense) :: absolvição {f}
absolution {n} (acquittal, or sentence of a judge declaring an accused person innocent) :: absolvição {f}
absolutism {n} (political science: absolute or arbritary government; despotism) :: absolutismo {m}
absolutist {n} (one who favors autocratic government) :: absolutista {m} {f}
absolutist {adj} (of or pertaining to absolutism) :: absolutista
absolutive case {n} (case used to indicate the patient or experiencer of a verb’s action) :: caso absolutivo {m}
absolutization {n} (act or result of absolutizing) :: absolutização {f}
absolutize {v} (to make absolute) :: absolutizar
absolutory {adj} (serving to absolve) :: absolutório
absolvable {adj} (that may be absolved) :: absolvível
absolve {v} (to set free) :: eximir, exonerar
absolve {v} (obsolete: to resolve or explain) :: resolver, solucionar
absolve {v} (to pronounce free or give absolution) :: absolver
absolve {v} (theology: to pronounce free or give absolution from sin) :: absolver, redimir
absolve {v} (obsolete: to finish, accomplish) :: terminar, acabar
absolver {n} (one who absolves) :: absolvedor {m}
absorb {v} (to include so that it no longer has separate existence) :: absorver
absorb {v} (to suck up or drink in) :: absorver
absorb {v} (to learn) :: absorver
absorb {v} (to occupy fully) :: absorver
absorb {v} (to consume completely) :: absorver
absorb {v} (physics: to take up by chemical or physical action) :: absorver
absorb {v} (finance: to assume or pay for) :: aderir
absorbable {adj} (capable of being absorbed) :: absorvível
absorbed {adj} (fully occupied with one's thoughts; engrossed) :: absorvido, absorto
absorbed {adj} (taken in by a body without reflection) :: absorvido
absorbed {adj} (taken by through the pores of a surface) :: absorvido, absorto
absorbedness {n} (the capability of being absorbed) :: absorvidade {f}
absorbency {n} (quality of being absorbent) :: absorvência {f}
absorbent {adj} (absorbing) :: absorvente
absorbent {n} (anything which absorbs) :: absorvente {m}, absorvedor
absorbent {n} (substance which absorbs and neutralizes acid fluid) :: antiácido {m}
absorbently {adv} (in an absorbent manner) :: absorventemente
absorber {n} (one who, or that which, absorbs) :: absorvedor {m}
absorbing {adj} (engrossing) :: absorvente
absorbingly {adv} (in an absorbing manner) :: absorventemente
absorptiometer {n} (instrument that computes absorption rate) :: absorciómetro {m} [Portugal], absorciômetro {m} [Brazil]
absorptiometric {adj} (pertaining to the measurement of absorption) :: absorciométrico
absorptiometry {n} (analysis using absorptiometer) :: absorciometria {f}
absorption {n} (act or process of absorbing or sucking in anything) :: absorção {f}
absorption {n} (act or process of being absorbed and made to disappear) :: absorção {f}
absorption {n} (chemistry, physics: imbibing or reception by molecular or chemical action) :: absorção {f}
absorption {n} (physiology: process by which the materials of growth and nutrition are absorbed) :: absorção {f}
absorption {n} (entire occupation of the mind) :: concentração {f}
absorptive {adj} (having capacity to imbibe) :: absortivo, absorvente
absorptiveness {n} (absorptivity) SEE: absorptivity ::
absorptivity {n} (the quality of being absorptive) :: absortividade {f}
abstain {v} (refrain from) :: abster-se, privar-se
abstain {v} (refrain from voting) :: abster-se
abstain {v} (hinder, withhold) :: impedir
abstention {n} (the act of abstaining) :: abstenção {f}
abstentionism {n} (policy of abstaining from political participation) :: abstencionismo {m}
abstentionist {n} (advocate of not getting involved politically) :: abstencionista {m} {f}
abstergent {n} (a substance used in cleansing) :: abstergente {m}
abstersion {n} (the act of cleaning) :: abstersão {f}
abstersive {adj} (cleansing, purging) :: abstersivo
abstinence {n} (the act or practice of abstaining) :: abstinência {f}
abstinence {n} (specifically, abstinence from alcohol) :: abstinência {f}
abstinence {n} (specifically, abstinence from sexual intercourse) :: abstinência sexual {f}
abstinence {n} (the practice of self-denial) :: abstinência {f}
abstinent {adj} (refraining from indulgence) :: abstinente
abstinent {n} (one who abstains) :: abstinente {m} {f}
abstinential {adj} (of or pertaining to abstinence) :: abstinencial
abstract {n} (an abridgement or summary) :: resumo {m}, sumário {m}
abstract {n} (an abstraction) :: abstração {f}
abstract {n} (an abstract work of art) :: abstração {f}
abstract {n} (that which is abstract) :: abstração {f}
abstract {n} (an extract of a vegetable substance) :: extrato {m}
abstract {adj} (separate) :: abstrato
abstract {adj} (absent in mind) :: distraído, desatento, abstrato
abstract {adj} (apart from practice or reality; not concrete) :: abstrato
abstract {adj} (difficult to understand) :: complicado, difícil
abstract {adj} (art: free from representational qualities) :: abstrato
abstract {adj} (general as opposed to particular) :: abstrato
abstract {v} (to separate; to disengage) :: abstrair, retirar
abstract {v} (to remove; to take away; to withdraw) :: tirar, retirar
abstract {v} (to steal) :: roubar
abstract {v} (to create an artistic abstraction of) :: abstrair
abstract {v} (to abridge, epitomize, or summarize) :: resumir, sumariar
abstract {v} (to consider abstractly) :: abstrair
abstract {v} (to draw off) :: abstrair
abstract {v} (to extract by means of distillation) :: destilar
abstract {v} (to perform the process of abstraction) :: abstrair
abstractable {adj} (able to be abstracted) :: abstraível
abstract algebra {n} (branch of mathematics) :: [Brazil] álgebra abstrata {f}, álgebra abstracta {f}
abstract away {v} (to ignore, omit) SEE: ignore ::
abstracted {adj} (separated or disconnected) :: abstraído
abstracted {adj} (inattentive to surrounding objects) :: abstraído, absorto, distraído
abstractedly {adv} (in an abstracted manner) :: abstraidamente
abstraction {n} (act of abstracting) :: abstração {f}
abstractionism {n} (abstract art) :: abstracionismo {m}
abstractionist {adj} (Related to abstract art) :: abstracionista
abstractionist {n} (someone who paints or creates abstract art) :: abstracionista {m} {f}
abstractionistic {adj} (abstractionist) SEE: abstractionist ::
abstractive {adj} (having an abstracting nature or tendency) :: abstrativo
abstractiveness {n} (the property of being abstractive) :: abstratividade {f}
abstractly {adv} (in an abstract manner) :: abstratamente
abstractness {n} (the quality of being abstract) :: abstrateza {f}, abstratidade {f}
abstract noun {n} (noun that denotes an abstract concept) :: substantivo abstrato {m}
abstruse {adj} (difficult to comprehend) :: abstruso {m}, abstruso
abstruse {adj} ((obsolete) concealed) :: abstruso
absurd {adj} (contrary to reason or propriety) :: absurdo
absurd {n} (obsolete: an absurdity) :: absurdo {m}
absurd {n} (that which is absurd) :: absurdo {m}
absurdism {n} (absurdity) SEE: absurdity ::
absurdism {n} (philosophy which holds that the universe is chaotic and irrational) :: absurdismo {m}
absurdist {n} (writer of absurd topics) :: absurdista {m} {f}
absurdist {adj} (relating to absurdism) :: absurdista
absurdity {n} (the quality of being absurd) :: absurdidade {f}
absurdity {n} (an absurd action) :: absurdo {m}, absurdidade {f}
absurdly {adv} (in an absurd fashion) :: absurdamente
absurdly {adv} (to an extreme degree) :: absurdamente
absurdum {n} (illogical conclusion or state) :: absurdo {m}
Abu Dhabi {prop} (capital of UAE) :: Abu Dhabi
abugida {n} (writing system, see also: alphasyllabary) :: abugida {m}
Abuja {prop} (The capital city of Nigeria) :: Abuja {f}
abulia {n} (absence of will-power or decisiveness) :: abulia {f}
abulic {adj} (relating to abulia) :: abúlico
abuna {n} (head of the Abyssinian church) :: abuna {m}
Abuna {prop} (abuna) SEE: abuna ::
Abuna {prop} (river in the border between Bolivia and Brazil) :: Abunã {m}
abundance {n} (ample sufficiency) :: abundância {f}
abundant {adj} (fully sufficient; plentiful) :: abundante
abundantly {adv} (in an abundant manner) :: abundantemente
Abundius {prop} (male given name) :: Abundio, Abúndio {m}
abusable {adj} (capable of being abused) :: abusável
abuse {n} (corrupt practice) :: abuso {m}
abuse {n} (improper usage) :: abuso {m}
abuse {n} (insulting speech) :: abuso {m}
abuse {n} (physical maltreatment) :: abuso {m}
abuse {n} (sexual violation or assault) :: abuso {m}
abuse {v} (to use improperly) :: abusar
abuse {v} (to hurt) :: abusar
abuse {v} (to insult) :: insultar, ultrajar, afrontar, ofender
abuse {v} (to rape) :: abusar
abuse {v} (to deceive) :: enganar
abuse {v} (to adulterate) SEE: adulterate ::
abuse {n} (delusion) SEE: delusion ::
abuse {n} (catachresis) SEE: catachresis ::
abusee {n} (victim of abuse) :: abusado {m}
abuser {n} (one who abuses) :: abusador
Abu Simbel {prop} (Egyptian village) :: Abu Simbel {f}
abusio {n} (catachresis) SEE: catachresis ::
abusive {adj} (practicing abuse) :: abusivo
abusive {adj} (containing abuse) :: abusivo
abusively {adv} (in an abusive manner) :: abusivamente
abusiveness {n} (the quality of being abusive) :: abusividade {f}
Abydos {prop} (ancient city in Egypt) :: Abidos {f}
abysm {n} (abyss) SEE: abyss ::
abysmal {adj} (pertaining to, or resembling an abyss; bottomless; unending; profound) :: abismal
abysmal {adj} (extremely bad) :: abismal
abysmally {adv} (to an extreme degree) :: abissalmente
abyss {n} (bottomless or unfathomed depth) :: abismo {m}
abyss {n} (moral depravity, vast intellectual or moral depth) :: abismo {m}
abyss {n} (abyssal zone) SEE: abyssal zone ::
abyssal {adj} (belonging to the ocean depths) :: abissal
abyssal plain {n} (expanse of flat ocean floor) :: planície abissal {f}
abyssal zone {n} (deep ocean) :: zona abissal {f}
Abyssinia {prop} (historical name of Ethiopia) :: Abissínia {f}
Abyssinian {adj} (of or pertaining to Abyssinia) :: abissínio
Abyssinian {n} (a native of Abyssinia) :: abissínio {m}
Abyssinian {n} (cat) :: abissínio {m}
Abyssinian {prop} (Amharic) SEE: Amharic ::
abyssopelagic {adj} (pf or pertaining to the depths of the ocean) :: abissopelágico
abzyme {n} (antibody with catalytic properties) :: abzima {f}
-ac {suffix} (one affected with) :: -íaco
AC {n} (alternating current) :: CA {f}
acacetin {n} (a glycoside that form in the leaves of the common locust tree) :: acacetina {f}
acacia {n} (shrub or tree) :: acácia {f}
academese {n} (artificial form of communicating prevalent in institutes of higher education) :: academês {m}
academia {n} (institution of higher education) :: academia {f}
academic {adj} (belonging to the school or philosophy of Plato) :: platónico [Portugal], platônico [Brazil]
academic {adj} (belonging to an academy or other higher institution of learning) :: académico [Portugal], acadêmico [Brazil]
academic {n} (Platonist) :: académico [Portugal], acadêmico [Brazil]
academic {n} (senior member of an academy, college, or university) :: académico [Portugal], acadêmico [Brazil]
academic {n} (person who attends an academy) :: académico [Portugal], acadêmico [Brazil]
academically {adv} (in an academic style or way) :: academicamente
academician {n} (member of an academy) :: acadêmico
academic institution {n} (institution dedicated to higher education) :: instituição de ensino superior {f}
academicism {n} (art: traditional or orthodox formalism.) :: academismo {m}, academicismo {m}
academic year {n} (time period) :: ano académico {m} [Portugal], ano acadêmico {m} [Brazil]
academization {n} (the process or action of academizing) :: academização {f}
academize {v} (to make academic) :: academizar
academy {n} (learned society) :: academia {f}
academy {n} (specialized school) :: academia {f}
academy {n} (college or university) :: academia {f}
academy {n} (seminary) :: seminário {m}
academy {n} (place of training, school) :: academia {f}
Acadia {prop} (a French colonial territory in North America) :: Acádia {f}
Acadian {adj} (of or pertaining to Acadia) :: acádio {m}
Acadian {adj} (of or pertaining to the Acadian epoch) :: acádio {m}
Acadian {prop} (Of or pertaining to Acadia) :: acádio
Acadian {prop} (Acadian epoch) :: acádio
acai {n} (South American palms of the genus Euterpe) :: açaizeiro {m}
acai {n} (fruit) :: açaí {m}
acajou {n} (wood from trees of Meliaceae family) SEE: mahogany ::
acajou {n} (cashew tree) SEE: cashew ::
acajou {n} (cashew nut) SEE: cashew nut ::
acalculia {n} (condition of lacking basic mathematical skills) :: acalculia {f}
acampsia {n} (rigidity of a joint) :: acampsia {f}
acanthad {n} (plant that is a member of the family Acanthaceae) :: acantácea {f}
acanthamoeba {n} (any amoeba of the genus Acanthamoeba) :: acantameba {f}
acanthamoebiasis {n} (infection by amoebas of the genus Acanthamoeba) :: acantamebíase {f}
acanthella {n} (larva stage of Acanthocephala) :: acantela {f}
acanthion {n} (point at the base of the anterior nasal spine) :: acântio {m}
acanthite {n} (a mineral form of silver sulfide) :: acantita {f}
acanthocephalan {n} (any of parasitic intestinal worms of the phylum Acanthocephala) :: acantocéfalo {m}
acanthocyte {n} (spur cell) SEE: spur cell ::
acanthocytosis {n} (presence of acanthocytes in the blood) :: acantocitose {f}
acanthodian {n} (member of a group of extinct fish) :: acantódio {m}
acantholysis {n} (loss of intercellular connections) :: acantólise {f}
acantholytic {adj} (pertaining to acantholysis) :: acantolítico
acanthoma {n} (neoplasm of the prickle cell layer of the skin) :: acantoma {m}
acanthopodium {n} (toothlike pseudopodium in some amoebas) :: acantopódio {m}
acanthopterygian {n} (any fish of the superorder Acanthopterygii) :: acantopterígio {m}
acanthopterygious {adj} (having fins with hard rays) :: acantopterígio
acanthosis {n} (abnormal thickening of the stratum spinosum) :: acantose {f}
acanthotic {adj} (of or relating to acanthosis) :: acantótico
acanthurid {n} (any member of the Acanthuridae) :: acanturídeo {m}
acanthus {n} (plant) :: acanto {m}
a cappella {adv} (performed by a choir with no instrumental accompaniment) :: a cappella, a capela
acapsular {adj} (having no capsule) :: acapsulado
acapu {n} (trees of the genus Andira) :: acapu {m}
acapu {n} (species Vouacapoua americana) :: acapu {m}
acapu {n} (wood of such trees) :: acapu {m}
Acapulco {prop} (Mexican port city) :: Acapulco {f}
acardia {n} (birth defect in which the heart is absent) :: acardia {f}
acardiac {adj} (lacking a heart) :: acardíaco
acardite {n} (substance used to stabilize chemicals and as a plasticizer) :: acardite {f}
acariasis {n} (disease caused by mites or ticks) :: acaríase {f}, acarose {f}
acaricidal {adj} (deadly to acarids) :: acaricida
acaricide {n} (substance which kills acarids) :: acaricida {m}
acarid {n} (any parasitic arachnid of the subclass Acarina) :: acarídeo {m}
acarid {adj} (of or pertaining to acarids) :: acarídeo
acarine {adj} (relating to or caused by acari) :: acarino
Acarnania {prop} (region of Greece) :: Acarnânia {f}
Acarnanian {n} (inhabiting or originating from Acarnania) :: acarnânio {m}, acarnaniano {m}
acarological {adj} (relating to acarology) :: acarológico
acarology {n} (the study of ticks and mites) :: acarologia {f}
acarophobia {n} :: acarofobia {f}
acarus {n} (genus) :: acarino {m}
acatalasaemia {n} (lack of catalase in the blood) :: acatalasia {f}, acatalasemia {f}
acatalectic {adj} (having the required number of syllables in the last foot) :: acataléctico, acatalético
acatalepsy {n} (the doctrine that human knowledge never amounts to certainty) :: acatalepsia {f}
acataleptic {adj} (incapable of being comprehended) :: acataléptico
acategorical {adj} (not categorical) :: acategórico
acathistus {n} (Greek liturgical hymn in honour of Mary) :: acatisto {m}
acatholic {adj} (not Catholic) :: acatólico
acaudate {adj} (tailless) SEE: tailless ::
acaulescent {adj} (having no stem) :: acaule, acaulescente
acausal {adj} (not causal) :: acausal
acausality {n} (lack of causality) :: acausalidade {f}
accede {v} (to agree to a proposal or view) :: aceder, consentir
accedence {n} (the act of acceding) :: acedência {f}
accelerable {adj} (able to be accelerated) :: acelerável
accelerate {v} (to cause to move faster) :: acelerar
accelerate {v} (to quicken natural or ordinary progression or process) :: acelerar, apressar
accelerate {v} (to hasten) :: acelerar, apressar
accelerate {v} (to become faster) :: acelerar
accelerated {adj} (moving or progressing faster than is usual) :: acelerado
acceleratedly {adv} (in an accelerated manner) :: aceleradamente
acceleration {n} (act or state) :: aceleração {f}
acceleration {n} (amount) :: aceleração {f}
acceleration {n} ((physics)) :: aceleração {f}
accelerationism {n} :: aceleracionismo
accelerator {n} (one who, or that which, accelerates) :: acelerador {m}
accelerator {n} (device for causing acceleration) :: acelerador
accelerator {n} (accelerator pedal) :: acelerador {m}
accelerator {n} (photography: chemical that reduces development time) :: acelerador {m}
accelerator card {n} (computing: a graphics card) :: placa aceleradora {f}
accelerin {n} (a blood factor) :: acelerina {f}
accelerogram {n} (graphical output from an accelerograph) :: acelerograma {m}
accelerograph {n} (instrument used to record the acceleration of the ground during an earthquake) :: acelerógrafo {m}
accelerometer {n} (instrument for measuring acceleration) :: acelerómetro {m} [Portugal], acelerômetro {m} [Brazil]
accelerometric {adj} (of or pertaining to accelerometry) :: acelerométrico
accelerometry {n} (the measurement of acceleration) :: acelerometria {f}
accent {n} (stronger articulation) :: acento {m}, tonicidade {f}
accent {n} (orthography: mark to indicate accent) :: acento {m}
accent {n} (distinctive pronunciation associated with a region, social group, etc.) :: sotaque {m}, acento {m}
accent {n} (prosody: stress on syllables of a verse) :: acento {m}
accent {n} (music: recurring stress on a tone) :: acento {m}
accent {n} (music: special emphasis on a tone) :: acentuação {f}
accent {n} (music: rhythmical accent) :: acentuação {f}
accent {n} (music: expressive emphasis of a passage) :: acentuação {f}
accent {n} (math: mark to distinguish magnitudes of similar kind) :: linha {f}
accent {v} (to emphasize) :: acentuar
accent {v} (to express the accent of) SEE: accentuate ::
accent {v} (to mark with written accents) SEE: accentuate ::
accent {n} (utterance) SEE: utterance ::
accentless {adj} (speaking without an accent) :: sem sotaque
accentless {adj} (unaccented) SEE: unaccented ::
accentor {n} (bird of the Prunella genus) :: ferreirinha {f}
accentuable {adj} (capable of being accentuated) :: acentuável
accentual {adj} (of or pertaining to accent) :: acentual
accentually {adv} (in an accentual manner) :: acentualmente
accentuate {v} (to pronounce with an accent) :: acentuar
accentuate {v} (to bring out distinctly) :: acentuar
accentuate {v} (to mark with a written accent) :: acentuar
accentuation {n} (act of accentuating) :: acentuação {f}
accentuation {n} (pitch or modulation of the voice) :: acentuação {f}
accentuator {n} (an agent that accentuates) :: acentuador {m}
accept {v} (to receive with consent) :: aceitar
accept {v} (to admit to a place or a group) :: aceitar
accept {v} (to regard as proper, usual, true, or to believe in) :: aceitar
accept {v} (to agree to) :: aceitar
accept {v} (to endure patiently) :: aceitar
accept {v} (to agree to pay) :: aceitar
accept {v} (to receive officially) :: aceitar
acceptability {n} (acceptableness) :: aceitabilidade {f}
acceptable {adj} (capable, worthy or sure of being accepted) :: aceitável
acceptably {adv} (in an acceptable manner) :: aceitavelmente
acceptably {adv} (to an acceptable degree) :: aceitavelmente
acceptance {n} (act of accepting) :: aceitação {f}
acceptance {n} (state of being accepted) :: aceitação {f}
acceptance {n} (assent and engagement by person on whom bill of exchange is drawn) :: aceite {m}
acceptance {n} (agreeing which results in a legally binding contract) :: aceitação {f}
acceptancy {n} (acceptance) SEE: acceptance ::
accepted {adj} (generally approved, believed, or recognized) :: aceitado
acceptilation {n} (gratuitous discharge) :: aceptilação {f}
accepting {adj} (characterized by acceptance) :: aceitante
acceptor {n} (one who accepts) :: aceitador {m}
access {n} (way or means of approaching) :: acesso {m}
access {n} (act of approaching or entering) :: acesso {m}
access {n} (right or ability of approaching or entering) :: acesso {m}
access {n} (onset, attack or fit of disease) :: acesso {m}
access {n} (outburst of an emotion) :: acesso {m}
access {n} (computing: process of locating data in memory) :: acesso {m}
access {n} (communication with a computer program or the Internet) :: acesso {m}
access {v} (to gain or obtain access to) :: acessar
access {v} (computing: to have access to (data)) :: acessar
accessibility {n} (the quality of being accessible, or of admitting approach) :: acessibilidade {f}
accessibility {n} (feature that increases software usability) :: acessibilidade {f}
accessible {adj} (easy of access or approach) :: acessível
accessible {adj} (of a person, approachable) :: acessível
accessibly {adv} (in an accessible manner) :: acessivelmente
accession {n} (increase by something added) :: acessão {f}
accession {n} ((legal) mode of acquiring property) :: acessão {f}
accessit {n} (honorable mention in an academic contest) :: accessit {m}
accessorily {adv} (in the manner of an accessory) :: acessoriamente
accessoriness {n} (the state of being accessory) :: acessoriedade {f}
accessorize {v} (to wear accessories) :: acessorizar
accessory {adj} (having a supplementary function) :: acessório
accessory {adj} (assisting a crime) :: cúmplice
accessory {n} (that which belongs to something else deemed the principal, attachment) :: acessório {m}
accessory {n} (clothing accessory) :: acessório {m}
accessory {n} (contributor to an offense) :: cúmplice {m} {f}
accessory fruit {n} (A fruit with tissue not derived from ovary) :: pseudofruto {m}
acciaccatura {n} (short grace note occurring on the beat occupied by the main note) :: acciaccatura {f}
accident {n} (unexpected event with negative consequences) :: acidente {m}
accident {n} (chance event) :: acidente {m}
accident {n} (transport: unintended event that causes damage) :: acidente {m}
accident {n} (military: unplanned event resulting in injury) :: acidente {m}
accidental {adj} (happening by chance) :: acidental
accidental {n} ((in plural, painting)) :: acidente {m}
accidental {n} ((music)) :: acidente {m}
accidentality {n} (quality of being accidental) :: acidentalidade {f}
accidentally {adv} (unexpectedly, unintentionally) :: acidentalmente
accidentally on purpose {adv} (deliberately but seemingly accidentally) :: sem querer querendo
accidently {adv} (unexpectedly, unintentionally) SEE: accidentally ::
accident of birth {n} (situation or characteristic resulting from birth) :: acidente de percurso
accidie {n} (general listlessness and apathy) :: acídia {f}
accinge {v} (to prepare oneself for action) :: preparar-se
accipitrid {n} (any member of the Accipitridae) :: acipitrídeo {m}
accismus {n} (feigning disinterest in something while actually desiring it.) :: acismo {m}
acclaim {v} (to shout applause) :: aclamar
acclaim {v} (to applaud) :: aclamar
acclaim {v} (to claim) :: clamar, reclamar
acclaim {v} (to declare by acclamations) :: aclamar
acclaimed {adj} (greatly praised) :: aclamado
acclaimer {n} (one who acclaims) :: aclamador {m}
acclamation {n} (applause) :: aclamação {f}
acclamatory {adj} (pertaining to, or expressing approval by, acclamation) :: aclamatório
acclimated {adj} (accustomed, adapted or hardened to some environment) :: aclimado, aclimatado
acclimation {n} (acclimatization) SEE: acclimatization ::
acclimatizable {adj} (capable of being acclimatized) :: aclimatável
acclimatization {n} (the act of acclimatizing) :: aclimação {f}, aclimatação {f}
acclimatize {v} (to get used to a new climate) :: aclimatar
acclimatize {v} (to make used to a new climate) :: aclimatar
acclivity {n} (slope or inclination considered as "ascending") :: aclividade {f}
acclivous {adj} (sloping upward) :: aclive
accoil {v} (nautical sense) SEE: coil ::
accolade {n} (an expression of approval; praise) :: elogio {m}
accolade {n} (a special acknowledgment; an award) :: reconhecimento {m}
accolade {n} (a salutation marking the conferring of knighthood) :: acolada {f}
accommodableness {n} (the quality or condition of being accommodable) :: acomodabilidade {f}
accommodatable {adj} (capable of being accommodated) :: acomodável
accommodate {v} (to render fit or suitable) :: acomodar
accommodate {v} (to provide housing for) :: acomodar
accommodating {adj} (affording accommodation) :: acomodante
accommodation {n} (lodging) :: alojamento {m}, hospedagem {f}
accommodation {n} (state of being fitted and adapted) :: acomodamento {m}, acomodação {f}
accommodation {n} (adjustment of the eye) :: acomodação {f}
accommodationism {n} (policy of being accommodating) :: acomodacionismo {m}
accommodationist {n} (someone who accommodates opposition and compromises their own stance) :: acomodacionista {m} {f}
accommodator {n} (one who accommodates.) :: acomodador {m}
accommodatory {adj} (of or relating to accommodation) :: acomodatório
accompanier {n} (someone or something that accompanies) :: acompanhante {m} {f}
accompaniment {n} (music: that which gives support or adds to the background) :: acompanhamento {m}
accompaniment {n} (that which accompanies) :: acompanhamento {m}
accompanist {n} (performer who takes the accompanying part) :: acompanhador {m}
accompany {v} (to perform an accompanying part or parts in a composition) :: acompanhar
accompany {v} (to attend as a companion) :: acompanhar
accompany {v} (to perform an accompanying part next to another instrument) :: acompanhar
accompany {v} (to keep company) :: fazer companhia
accompanying {adj} (present together) :: acompanhante
accomplice {n} (associate in the commission of a crime) :: cúmplice {m} {f}
accomplice {n} (cooperator) :: cúmplice {m} {f}
accomplish {v} (to finish successfully) :: conseguir [with verb]
accomplish {v} (to bring to an issue of full success; to effect; to perform) :: concretizar
accomplishable {adj} (capable of being accomplished) :: realizável
accomplished {adj} (completed) :: realizado
accomplishment {n} (the act of accomplishing) :: realização {f}
accomplishment {n} (that which completes) :: realização {f}
accord {n} (agreement or concurrence of opinion) :: acordo {m}
accordance {n} (agreement; harmony; conformity) :: acordo {m}
accordingly {adv} (agreeably; correspondingly; suitably; in a manner conformable) :: correspondentemente, conformemente, acordadamente
accordingly {adv} (in natural sequence; consequently; so) :: consequentemente
according to {prep} (based on statement) :: de acordo com, segundo
according to {prep} (in proportion) :: de acordo com, segundo
according to one's understanding {prep} (as far as one can understand) :: pelo que eu saiba, pelo que sei, pelo que eu sei
accordion {n} (A small, portable, keyed wind instrument) :: acordeão {m}, gaita {f} [South Brazil]
accordionist {n} (player of the accordion) :: acordeonista {m} {f}
accost {v} (to approach and speak to boldly or aggressively, as with a demand or request) :: abordar
accost {v} (archaic or obsolete: to join side to side; to border) :: acostar
accostment {n} (the act of accosting) :: acostamento {m}
accoucheur {n} (person who assists women in childbirth) :: parteiro {m}
account {n} (a registry of pecuniary transactions) :: conta {f}
account {n} (a statement in general of reasons, causes, grounds, etc.) :: relatório {m}
account {n} (a statement of facts or occurrences) :: relato {m}
account {n} (an authorization to use a service) :: conta {f}
account {n} ((archaic) reckoning, calculation) :: soma
account {v} (credit (to)) SEE: credit ::
account {v} (account for) SEE: account for ::
account {v} (account to) SEE: account to ::
accountability {n} (state of being accountable) :: responsabilidade {f}
accountable {adj} (obliged to answer for one’s deeds) :: responsável
accountancy {n} (the profession of accounting) :: contabilidade {f}
accountant {n} (one who renders account; one accountable) :: contador {m}, contadora {f}
accountant {n} (a reckoner, or someone who maintains financial matters for a person(s)) :: contador {m}, contabilista {m} {f}
accountant {n} (one who is skilled in, keeps, or adjusts, accounts) :: contador {m}
accountant {n} (one whose profession includes organizing, maintaining and auditing the records of another) :: contador {m}, contabilista {m} {f}
account for {v} (to explain by relating circumstances) :: prestar conta, prestar contas
accounting {n} (development and maintenance of system for recording and analyzing financial transactions) :: contabilidade {f}
accounts receivable {n} (total monetary amount) :: dívida ativa {f}
account statement {n} (bank statement) SEE: bank statement ::
account to {v} (to be responsible to) :: responder por
accourage {v} (encourage) SEE: encourage ::
Accra {prop} (capital of Ghana) :: Acra {f}, Accra {f}
accredit {v} (To put or bring into credit; to invest with credit or authority; to sanction) :: credenciar
accredit {v} (To send with letters credential, as an ambassador, envoy, or diplomatic agent; to authorize, as a messenger or delegate.) :: credenciar
accreditable {adj} (able to be accredited) :: credenciável
accreditation {n} (giving of credentials) :: credenciamento {m}
accredited {adj} (given official approval after meeting criteria) :: credenciado
accreditment {n} (process of becoming accredited) :: credenciamento {m}
accreditor {n} (person or organization that provides accreditation) :: credenciador {m}
accrescent {adj} (botany) :: acrescente
accrete {v} (to grow together) :: acrescer
accrete {v} (To adhere; to grow (to); to be added.) :: acrescer
accretion {n} (act of increasing by natural growth) :: acreção {f}
accretionary {adj} (relating to accretion) :: acrecionário, acretivo, acrecional
accretion disk {n} (structure formed by matter falling into a gravitational source) :: disco de acreção {m}
accretive {adj} (relating to accretion) :: acretivo
accruable {adj} (able to be accrued) :: acrescível
accrue {v} (increase) :: acrescer, acumular
acculturate {v} (to change the culture of a person by the influence of another culture) :: aculturar
acculturate {v} (to cause a person to acquire the culture of a society, starting at birth) :: aculturar
acculturate {v} (to be changed by acculturation) SEE: acculture ::
acculturation {n} (process by which the culture of an isolated society changes) :: aculturação {f}
acculturational {adj} (pertaining to acculturation) :: aculturacional
acculturative {adj} (that produces acculturation) :: aculturativo, aculturante
acculture {v} (familiarize oneself with a new culture) :: aculturar-se
accumbent {adj} ((botany) lying against something) :: acumbente
accuminate {adj} (tapering to a point) :: acuminado
accuminate {v} (to taper to a point) :: acuminar
accumulable {adj} (able to be accumulated) :: acumulável
accumulate {v} (to pile up) :: acumular
accumulate {v} (to grow in number) :: acumular
accumulation {n} (act of accumulating, the state of being accumulated) :: acumulação {f}, acúmulo {m}
accumulative {adj} (serving to collect or amass) :: acumulativo
accumulatively {adv} (in an accumulative manner) :: acumulativamente
accumulativeness {n} (the state or quality of being accumulative) :: acumulatividade {f}
accumulator {n} (one who or that which accumulates) :: acumulador {m}
accumulator {n} (wet-cell storage battery) :: acumulador {m}
accumulator {n} (computer science: register for holding intermediate results) :: acumulador {m}
accuracy {n} (state of being accurate) :: exatidão {f}, precisão {f}, correção {f}, apuramento
accurate {adj} (exact or careful conformity to truth) :: preciso {m}, exato {m}, acurado {m}, justo {m}, certeiro {m}
accurately {adv} (exactly, precisely) :: exatamente, precisamente, justamente
accursed {adj} (hateful) :: maldito
accusable {adj} (liable to be accused) :: acusável
accusation {n} (act of accusing or charging with a crime) :: acusação {f}
accusation {n} (that of which one is accused) :: acusação {f}
accusation {n} (declaration of fault or blame against another) :: acusação {f}
accusative {adj} (producing accusations; accusatory) :: acusativo, acusatório
accusative {adj} (related to accusative case) :: acusativo
accusative {n} (accusative case) :: acusativo {m}
accusative case {n} (case used to mark the immediate object) SEE: accusative ::
accusatively {adv} (in an accusative manner) :: acusatoriamente, acusativamente
accusativity {n} (the quality of being accusative) :: acusatividade {f}
accusatorily {adv} (in an accusatory way) :: acusatoriamente, acusadoramente
accusatory {adj} (pertaining to, or containing, an accusation) :: acusatório
accuse {v} (attribute blame to someone) :: acusar
accused {n} (defendant) :: acusado {m}
accused {adj} (having been accused) :: acusado {m}
accusee {n} (one who is accused) :: acusado {m}
accuser {n} (one who accuses) :: acusador {m}
accusingly {adv} (in an accusing manner) :: acusadoramente
accustom {v} (to make familiar by use) :: acostumar
accustomed {adj} (familiar) :: acostumado
accustomedly {adv} (in an accustomed manner) :: acostumadamente
AC/DC {adj} (bisexual) :: gilete {m}
ace {n} (single point or spot on a card or die) :: ás {m}
ace {n} (card with a single spot) :: ás {m}
ace {n} (tennis: point scored without the opponent hitting the ball) :: ace {m}
ace {n} (expert) :: ás {m}
ace {n} (excellent military aircraft pilot) :: ás {m}
ace {v} (to pass a test perfectly) :: gabaritar
acedapsone {n} (antimicrobial drug that is used to treat leprosy) :: acedapsona {f}
acedia {n} (boredom) SEE: boredom ::
Aceh {prop} (language) SEE: Acehnese ::
Aceh {prop} (province of Indonesia) :: Aceh {f}, Achém {m}
Acehnese {prop} (language) :: achinês {m}
ace in the hole {n} (ace up one's sleeve) SEE: ace up one's sleeve ::
acellular {adj} (not composed of cells) :: acelular
acenaphthene {n} (hydrocarbon found in coal tar) :: acenafteno {m}
acenaphthylene {n} (a polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon) :: acenaftileno {m}
acentric {adj} (without a center) :: acêntrico
acentromeric {adj} (lacking a centromere) :: acêntrico
ace of clubs {n} (playing card) :: ás de paus {m}
ace of diamonds {n} (playing card) :: ás de ouros {m}
ace of hearts {n} (playing card) :: ás de copas {m}
ace of spades {n} (playing card) :: ás de espadas {m}
-aceous {suffix} (of, relating to, or resembling the thing suffixed) :: -áceo
-aceous {suffix} (belonging to a taxonomic family or other group) :: -áceo
acephalia {n} (birth defect in which the head is absent) :: acefalia {f}
acephalic {adj} (headless) SEE: headless ::
acephalocystic {adj} (pertaining to acephalocysts) :: acefalocístico
acephalous {adj} (headless) SEE: headless ::
acephate {n} (an insecticide used primarily against aphids) :: acefato {m}
aceramic {adj} (having no pottery) :: acerâmico
acerb {adj} (bitter to the taste) :: acerbo
acerbate {v} (to make bitter or sour) :: acerbar
acerbic {adj} (sour or bitter) :: acerbo
acerbic {adj} (sharp, biting) :: acerbo
acerbically {adv} (sourly; bitterly) :: acerbamente
acerbity {n} (sourness) :: acerbidade {f}
acerbity {n} (harshness) :: acerbidade {f}
acerebral {adj} (not using or involving the brain) :: acerebral
acerola {n} (fruit) :: acerola {f}
acerose {adj} (having a sharp, rigid point) :: aceroso
acervate {v} (to heap up) :: acervar
acervulus {n} (calcified concretions near the pineal gland) :: acérvulo {m}
acescent {adj} (turning sour) :: acescente
acesulfame K {n} (artificial sweetener) :: acesulfame K {m}, acesulfame-K {m}, acessulfame K {m}, acessulfame-K {m}
acetabular {adj} (relating to the acetabulum) :: acetabular
acetabuliferous {adj} (furnished with fleshy cups) :: acetabulífero
acetabuloplasty {n} (corrective surgery to the acetabulum) :: acetabuloplastia {f}
acetabulum {n} (Anatomy: bony cup that receives the head of the thigh bone) :: acetábulo {m}
acetal {n} (any diether of a geminal diol) :: acetal {m}
acetaldehyde {n} (the organic compound CH3CHO) :: acetaldeído {m}, etanal {m}
acetalization {n} (reaction that yields an acetal) :: acetalização {f}
acetamide {n} (amide of acetic acid) :: acetamida {f}, etanamida
acetaminophen {n} (drug) :: paracetamol {m}
acetanilide {n} (amide derived from acetic acid and aniline) :: acetanilida {f}, antifebrina {f}
acetarsol {n} (compound sometimes used as an antiinfective) :: acetarsol {m}, acetarsona {f}
acetate {n} (salt or ester of acetic acid) :: acetato {m}
acetazolamide {n} (carbonic anhydrase inhibitor that is used to treat glaucoma and other conditions) :: acetazolamida {f}
acetic {adj} (pertaining to vinegar) :: acético
acetic {adj} (pertaining to acetic acid) :: acético
acetic acid {n} (clear colourless organic acid, CH3COOH) :: ácido acético {m}
acetification {n} (the act of making acetous or sour; the process of converting, or of becoming converted, into vinegar) :: acetificação {f}
acetify {v} (convert into acid or vinegar) :: acetificar
acetoacetate {n} (any salt or ester of acetoacetic acid) :: acetoacetato {m}
acetoacetic acid {n} (organic compound) :: ácido acetoacético {m}
acetoclastic {adj} (that converts acetic acid to methane) :: acetoclástico
acetogenesis {n} (anaerobic production of acetic acid or acetate by bacteria) :: acetogénese {f} [Portugal], acetogênese {f} [Brazil]
acetogenic {adj} (capable of converting carbon dioxide or sugars into acetic acid or acetate) :: acetogénico [Portugal], acetogênico [Brazil]
acetohexamide {n} (drug) :: acetoexamida {f}
acetohydroxamic acid {n} (acetyl derivative of hydroxamic acid) :: ácido acetoidroxâmico {m}
acetoin {n} (one of the constituents of the flavour of butter) :: acetoína {f}
acetolysis {n} (breakdown of an organic compound using acetic acid or acetic anhydride) :: acetólise {f}
acetonaphthone {n} (either of two isomers of methyl naphthyl ketone) :: acetonaftona {f}
acetone {n} (the organic compound (CH3)2CO) :: acetona {f}
acetonemia {n} (presence of excessive levels of acetone in blood) :: acetonemia
acetonemic {adj} (pertaining to acetonemia) :: acetonémico [Portugal], acetonêmico [Brazil]
acetonic {adj} (relating to or producing acetone) :: acetónico [Portugal], acetônico [Brazil]
acetonide {n} (any cyclic acetal derived from acetone and a diol) :: acetonida {f}
acetonitrile {n} (the simplest organic cyanide or nitrile) :: acetonitrila {f}
acetonuria {n} (presence of acetone in the urine) :: acetonúria {f}
acetophenone {n} (an aromatic ketone) :: acetofenona {f}
acetosity {n} (the quality of being acetous) :: acetosidade {f}
acetosyringone {n} (a derivative of acetophenone) :: acetosiringona {f}
acetoxy {n} (univalent radical derived from acetic acid by loss of a hydrogen atom) :: acetóxi {m}
acetrizoate {n} (any salt or ester of acetrizoic acid) :: acetrizoato {m}
aceturate {n} :: aceturato {m}
acetylacetone {n} (a diketone used as a solvent and as a coordination ligand) :: acetilacetona {f}
acetylase {n} (any enzyme that catalyses the formation of acetate esters) :: acetilase {f}
acetylation {n} (reaction of a substance with acetic acid) :: acetilação {f}
acetylcholine {n} (the neurotransmitter compound) :: acetilcolina {f}
acetylcholinesterase {n} (enzyme) :: acetilcolinesterase {f}
acetylcysteine {n} (drug) :: acetilcisteína {f}
acetylene {n} (acetylene) :: acetileno
acetylenic {adj} (of or pertaining to acetylene) :: acetilénico [Portugal], acetilênico [Brazil]
acetylesterase {n} (any enzyme that catalyses the hydrolysis of an acetate ester) :: acetilesterase {f}
acetylic {adj} (pertaining to acetyl) :: acetílico
acetylmethionine {n} (the N-acetyl derivative of the amino acid methionine) :: acetilmetionina {f}
acetylsalicylate {n} (salt or ester of acetylsalicylic acid) :: acetilsalicilato {m}
acetylsalicylic acid {n} (acetate ester of salicylic acid; aspirin) :: ácido acetilsalicílico {m}
acetylthiocholine {n} (acetyl derivative of thiocolina) :: acetiltiocolina {f}
ace up one's sleeve {n} (a surprise of which others are not aware) :: carta nas mangas {f}, ás na manga
Achaea {prop} (a region in the northern head of the Peloponnese) :: Acaia {f}
Achaean {n} (an inhabitant of Achaea) :: aqueu {m}, aqueia {f}
Achaean {adj} (Of or relating to Achaea) :: aqueu {m}, aqueia {f}
Achaemenes {prop} (the founder of the Achaemenid dynasty) :: Aquemenes {m}
Achaemenid {adj} (relating to the dynasty which ruled the Persian empire c. 550–330 BCE) :: aqueménida [Portugal], aquemênida [Brazil]
Achaemenid {n} (a member of the dynasty which ruled the Persian empire c. 550–330 BCE) :: aqueménida {m} [Portugal], aquemênida {m} [Brazil]
Achagua {prop} (the language) :: achagua {m}
a chain is only as strong as its weakest link {proverb} (aphorism) :: uma corrente é tão forte quanto seu elo mais fraco, uma corrente é tão forte quanto o seu elo mais fraco
achalasia {n} (problem where a ring of muscles is unable to fully relax.) :: acalasia {f}
acharya {n} (spiritual teacher) :: acharya {m}
ache {v} (be in pain) :: doer
ache {n} (dull pain) :: dor {f}
acheiropody {n} (congenital lack of hands and feet) :: aquiropodia {f}
Achelous {prop} (river) :: Aqueloo {m}
Achelous {prop} (deity) :: Aqueloo {m}
achene {n} (small dry fruit) :: aquênio {m}, aquénio {m}
Acheron {prop} (a river) :: Aqueronte {m}
Acherontic {adj} (pertaining to or resembling Acheron) :: aquerôntico
achiasmatic {adj} (undergoing meiosis but without achieving chiasma) :: aquiasmático
achievable {adj} (capable of being achieved) :: conseguível
achieve {v} (to carry out successfully; to accomplish) :: conseguir
achieve {v} (to obtain, or gain as the result of exertion) :: conseguir, ganhar
achievement {n} (act of achieving or performing) :: realização {f}
achievement {n} (great or heroic deed) :: feito {m}, realização {f}
achillea {n} (any plant of the genus Achillea) :: aquileia {f}
Achillean {adj} (resembling Achilles) :: aquileu
Achilles {prop} (Greek mythical hero) :: Aquiles
Achilles heel {n} (vulnerability in an otherwise strong situation) :: calcanhar de Aquiles {m}
Achilles tendon {n} (strong tendon in the calf of the leg) :: tendão de Aquiles {m}
achiote {n} (Bixa orellana) SEE: annatto ::
achiote {n} (seed) SEE: annatto ::
achiote {n} (dye) SEE: annatto ::
achlamydeous {adj} (having no perianth) :: aclamídeo
achlorhydria {n} (absence of hydrochloric acid in the stomach) :: acloridria {f}
achlorhydric {adj} (pertaining to achlorhydria) :: aclorídrico
achlorophyllous {adj} (not having chlorophyll) :: aclorófilo
acholia {n} (deficiency of bile) :: acolia {f}
achondrite {n} (stony meteorite that contains no chondrules) :: acondrito {m}
achondritic {adj} (pertaining to achondrites) :: acondrítico
achondrogenesis {n} (congenital defect characterised by a very short body, short limbs and skeletal abnormalities) :: acondrogénese {f} [Portugal], acondrogênese {f} [Brazil]
achondroplasia {n} (the genetic disorder) :: acondroplasia {f}
achondroplastic {adj} (relating to or suffering from achondroplasia) :: acondroplástico
achoo {interj} (the sound of a sneeze) :: atchim!
achrodextrin {n} (a form of dextrin that is not colourable by iodine) :: acrodextrina {f}
achromatic {adj} (optics: free from colour) :: acromático
achromatic {adj} (containing components to prevent colour-related distortion) :: acromático
achromatic {adj} (music: having only the diatonic notes of the scale) :: acromático
achromaticity {n} (achromatism) SEE: achromatism ::
achromatism {n} (state or quality of being achromatic) :: acromatismo {m}
achromatize {v} (to deprive of colour) :: descolorir, descolorar
achromatize {v} (to remove chromatic aberration) :: acromatizar
achromatopia {n} (defective ability to see colours) :: acromatopsia {f}
achromatopsic {adj} (unable to see colours) :: acromatópsico
achromia {n} (absence of pigmentation) :: acromia {f}
achromotrichia {n} (absence of pigmentation in the hair) :: acromotriquia {f}
achronological {adj} (not chronological) :: acronológico
achronologically {adv} (without chronological order) :: acronologicamente
achylia {n} (lack or reduced production of gastric juices) :: aquilia {f}
acicula {n} (needlelike spine of some animals and plants) :: acícula {f}
acicular {adj} (needle-shaped) :: acicular
acid {adj} (sour, sharp, or biting to the taste) :: ácido, azedo
acid {adj} (sour-tempered) :: ácido
acid {adj} (of or pertaining to an acid) :: ácido
acid {n} (a sour substance) :: ácido {m}
acid {n} (in chemistry) :: ácido {m}
acid {n} (LSD) :: ácido {m}
acidaemia {n} (abnormally high concentration of hydrogen ions in blood) :: acidemia {f}
acidaemic {adj} (afflicted with acidaemia) :: acidêmico
acidic {adj} (chemistry: having pH less than 7) :: ácido
acidic {adj} (of or relating to acid) :: ácido
acidiferous {adj} (containing acid) :: acidífero
acidifiable {adj} (capable of being acidified) :: acidificável
acidification {n} (the act or process of making something sour (acidifying), or changing into an acid) :: acidificação {f}
acidifier {n} (simple or compound whose presence is necessary to produce acidity) :: acidificador {m}
acidify {v} (to make something acidic) :: acidificar
acidimeter {n} (instrument) :: acidímetro {m}
acidimetry {n} (measurement of the strength of acids) :: acidimetria {f}
acidity {n} (quality or state of being acid) :: acidez {f}
acid jazz {n} (music combining jazz with elements of soul music, funk and disco) :: acid jazz {m}
acidness {n} (acidity) SEE: acidity ::
acidogenic {adj} (that generates acid or acidity) :: acidogénico [Portugal], acidogênico [Brazil]
acidogenicity {n} (the condition or extent of being acidogenic) :: acidogenicidade {f}
acidolysis {n} (decomposition of a molecule under the influence of an acid) :: acidólise {f}
acidophile {n} (organism that thrives under acidic conditions) :: acidófilo {m}
acidophilia {n} (affinity for acidic conditions) :: acidofilia {f}
acidophilic {adj} (thriving under acidic conditions) :: acidófilo
acidosis {n} (abnormally increased acidity of the blood) :: acidose {f}
acidotic {adj} (having depressed alkalinity of blood or tissue) :: acidótico, acidósico
acid rain {n} (unusually acidic rain) :: chuva ácida {f}
acid-resistant {adj} (able to resist acids) :: antiácido
acidulant {n} (food additive used to increase acidity) :: acidulante {m}
acidulate {v} (to make something slightly, or moderately acid) :: acidular
acidulate {v} (to use an acidic catalyst) :: acidular
acidulation {n} (the act of acidulating) :: acidulação {f}
acidulous {adj} (slightly sour) :: acídulo
acidulously {adv} (in a acidulous manner) :: acidulamente
aciduria {n} (presence of an acid in the urine) :: acidúria {f}
aciduric {adj} (growing in acidic medium, but preferring an alkaline medium) :: acidúrico
acierage {n} (process of electroplating a copper engraving with iron or steel) :: aceragem {f}
acierate {v} (to convert iron into steel) :: acerar
acinaces {n} (ancient short sword or saber) :: acinace {m}
acinar {adj} (pertaining to or located in an acinus) :: acinar
acinesic {adj} (akinesic) SEE: akinesic ::
Ackermann function {prop} (a total computable function that is not primitive recursive) :: função de Ackermann {f}
acknowledge {v} (to admit the knowledge of) :: reconhecer
acknowledge {v} (to admit the claims or authority of) :: reconhecer, admitir
acknowledge {v} (to own with gratitude) :: reconhecer
acknowledge {v} (to notify receipt) :: confirmar
acknowledge {v} (to own as genuine or valid) :: reconhecer
acknowledgment {n} (act of acknowledging) :: reconhecimento {m}
acknowledgment {n} (act of owning or recognizing in a particular character or relationship) :: reconhecimento {m}
acknowledgment {n} (award) :: reconhecimento {m}
acknowledgment {n} (expression of thanks) :: reconhecimento {m}
acknowledgment {n} (act of a man admitting a child as his own) :: reconhecimento {m}
aclasia {n} (lack of a physical distinction between normal and pathological tissue) :: aclasia {f}
Acmeism {n} (a literary movement in early twentieth-century Russia) :: acmeísmo {m}
Acmeist {adj} (pertaining to Acmeism) :: acmeísta
Acmeist {n} (a poet member of the Acmeist school) :: acmeísta {m} {f}
acne {n} (a skin condition) :: acne {f}
acne {n} (a pattern of blemishes resulting from the skin condition) :: acne {f}
acneform {adj} (resembling acne) :: acneiforme
acoelomate {adj} (having no coelom) :: acelomado
acoelous {adj} (acoelomate) SEE: acoelomate ::
Acoemetae {n} (fifth-century monastic order who kept up divine service day and night) :: acemetas {m-p}
Acoetes {prop} (Acoetes) :: Acetes {m}
a cold day in July {n} (an event that will never happen) :: dia de São Nunca {m}
acolyte {n} (Catholic church: highest of the minor orders; ordained to carry wine, water and lights at the Mass) :: acólito {m}
acolyte {n} (in general: assistant) :: acólito {m}, assistente {m} {f}, ajudante {m} {f}
acolyteship {n} (condition of being an acolyte) :: acolitato {m}, acolitado {m}
Aconcagua {prop} (the highest mountain in the Andes) :: Aconcágua {m}
aconitase {n} (aconitate hydratase) :: aconitase {f}
aconitate {n} (any salt or ester of aconitic acid) :: aconitato {m}
aconite {n} (herb wolfsbane) :: acónito {m} [Portugal], acônito {m} [Brazil]
aconitic acid {n} (organic acid) :: ácido aconítico {m}
aconitine {n} (intensely poisonous alkaloid) :: aconitina {f}
acontextual {adj} (without context) :: acontextual
acorn {n} (fruit of the oak tree) :: bolota {f}
A Coruña {prop} (city in Galicia) :: A Corunha {f}, Corunha {f}
acosmism {n} (denial of the existence of the universe as distinct from God) :: acosmismo {m}
acosmist {n} (one who denies the existence of a universe as distinct from God) :: acosmista {m} {f}
acotyledon {n} (plant that has no cotyledons) :: acotiledónea {f} [Portugal], acotiledônea {f} [Brazil]
acotyledonous {adj} (having no seed lobes) :: acotiledóneo [Portugal], acotiledôneo [Brazil]
acoumetry {n} (the measuring of the power or extent of hearing) :: acumetria {f}
acousma {n} (auditory hallucination) :: acusma {m}
acousmatic {adj} (referring to pre-recorded music that is presented in concert using loudspeakers) :: acusmático
acoustic {adj} (pertaining to hearing or the science of sounds) :: acústico
acoustic {adj} (producing or produced without electrical amplification) :: acústico
acoustical {adj} (of or pertaining to hearing or acoustics) :: acústico
acoustically {adv} (in an acoustic manner) :: acusticamente
acoustic guitar {n} (hollow-body guitar) :: guitarra acústica {f}, violão {m} [Brazil]
acoustician {n} (One versed in acoustics) :: acusticista {m} {f}
acoustic meatus {n} (internal auditory meatus) :: meato acústico {m}, meato auditivo {m}
acoustic meatus {n} (external acoustic meatus) :: meato acústico {m}, meato auditivo {m}
acoustics {n} (quality of a space for doing music) :: acústica {f}
acoustics {n} (physics: a science of sounds) :: acústica {f}
acqua alta {n} (regular flooding in Venice) :: acqua alta {f}
acquaint {v} (to familiarize; to accustom) :: familiarizar
acquaintance {n} (state of being acquainted, acquaintanceship) :: familiaridade {f}
acquaintance {n} (person) :: conhecido {m}
acquaintanceship {n} (the state of being acquainted) SEE: acquaintance ::
acquaintanceship {n} (acquaintance) SEE: acquaintance ::
acquainted {adj} (familiar) :: conhecido
acquiesce {v} (rest satisfied) :: aquiescer
acquiescence {n} (silent or passive assent) :: aquiescência {f}
acquiescence {n} (inaction to take legal recourse which implies the abandonment of a right) :: perempção {f}
acquiescent {adj} (resting satisfied or submissive) :: aquiescente
acquiescingly {adv} (in an acquiescing manner) :: aquiescentemente
acquirable {adj} (capable of being acquired) :: adquirível
acquire {v} (to get) :: adquirir
acquire {v} (to gain, usually by one's own exertions; to get as one's own) :: adquirir
acquired immune deficiency syndrome {n} (infectious disease caused by HIV) :: síndrome da imunodeficiência adquirida {f}
acquisition {n} (act or process of acquiring) :: aquisição {f}
acquisition {n} (thing acquired or gained; an acquirement; a gain) :: aquisição {f}
acquisitional {adj} (relating to acquisition) :: aquisitivo
acquisitive {adj} (able to make acquisitions) :: aquisitivo
acquisitively {adv} (in an acquisitive manner) :: aquisitivamente
acquisitiveness {n} (propensity to acquire property) :: aquisitividade {f}
acquisitor {n} (one who acquires) :: adquirente {m} {f}
acquit {v} (to declare or find innocent or not guilty) :: inocentar, absolver
acquit {v} (to discharge (for example, a claim or debt)) :: absolver
acquittal {n} (legal decision of not guilty) :: absolvição
acral {adj} (pertaining to peripheral body parts) :: acral
acrania {n} (absence of the skull) :: acrania {f}
acrasia {n} (lack of self-control) :: acrasia {f}
acre {n} (unit of surface area) :: acre {m}
Acre {prop} (city) :: Acre {f}
Acre {prop} (state in north-western Brazil) :: Acre {m}
Acre antshrike {n} (acre antshrike) :: [Brazil]: choca-do-acre
acrid {adj} (sharp and harsh, or bitter and not to the taste; pungent) :: acre
acrid {adj} (causing heat and irritation; corrosive) :: ácrido
acrid {adj} (caustic; bitter; bitterly irritating) :: ácrido
acridid {n} (any member of the Acrididae) :: acridídeo {m}
acridine {n} (tricyclic aromatic heterocycle obtained from coal tar) :: acridina {f}
acrimonious {adj} (angry, acid, and sharp in delivering argumentative replies) :: acrimonioso {m}
acrimoniously {adv} (in an acrimonious manner) :: acrimoniosamente
acrimony {n} (bitter hatred) :: acrimónia {f} [Portugal], acrimônia {f} [Brazil]
acritarch {n} (small, unclassifiable organic fossil) :: acritarca {m}
acritical {adj} (not critical) :: acrítico
acritically {adv} (in an acritical manner) :: acriticamente
acrivastine {n} (drug) :: acrivastina {f}
acroasphyxia {n} (impaired circulation to the finger) :: acroasfixia {f}
acrobat {n} (an athlete who performs acts requiring skill, agility and coordination) :: acrobata {m} {f}
acrobatic {adj} (of or pertaining to an acrobat) :: acrobático
acrobatically {adv} (in an acrobatic manner) :: acrobaticamente
acrobatics {n} (art of performing acrobatic feats) :: acrobacia {f}
acrocentric {adj} (having the centromere near an end) :: acrocêntrico
acrocephalosyndactylia {n} (craniosynostosis with syndactyly) :: acrocefalosindactilia {f}
acrocephaly {n} (condition of suffering from a pointed skull) :: acrocefalia {f}
Acroceraunian {adj} (relating to the mountain range) :: acroceráunio
acrocyanosis {n} (acrocyanosis) :: acrocianose
acrodermatitis {n} (dermatitis that affects the hands and feet) :: acrodermatite {f}
acrodermatitis enteropathica {n} (metabolic disorder affecting the uptake of zinc) :: acrodermatite enteropática {f}
acrodermatosis {n} (dermatosis that affects the hands or feet) :: acrodermatose {f}
acrodont {adj} (having teeth united to the top of the alveolar ridge) :: acrodonte
acrodynia {n} (a disease of the skin) :: acrodinia {f}
acrodynic {adj} (pertaining to acrodynia) :: acrodínico
acrogenous {adj} (increasing by growth from the extremity) :: acrógeno
acrogeria {n} (appearance of senility in the hands or feet) :: acrogeria {f}
acrokeratosis {n} (keratosis of the fingers and toes) :: acroceratose {f}
acrokeratosis verruciformis {n} (disorder characterized by small, verrucous skin lesions) :: acroceratose verruciforme {f}
acrolect {n} (variety of speech that is considered the standard form) :: acrolecto {m}, acroleto {m}
acrolectal {adj} (pertaining to an acrolect) :: acrolectal, acroletal
acrolein {n} (a pungent, acrid, poisonous liquid aldehyde) :: acroleína {f}
acromegalic {adj} (pertaining to acromegaly) :: acromegálico
acromegaly {n} (chronic disease marked by enlargement of the bones) :: acromegalia {f}
acromial {adj} (pertaining to the acromion) :: acromial
acromicria {n} (hypoplasia of the limbs) :: acromicria {f}
acromioclavicular {adj} (pertaining to the acromion and the clavicle) :: acromioclavicular
acromion {n} (outermost point of the shoulder blade) :: acrómio {m} [Portugal], acrômio {m} [Brazil]
acromioplasty {n} (surgical removal of the acromion bone) :: acromioplastia {f}
acronym {n} (any abbreviation formed by initial letters) :: sigla
acronym {n} (word formed by initial letters) :: acrônimo {m} [Brazil], acrónimo {m} [Portugal], acrograma {m}
acronymania {n} (enthusiastic creation and use of acronyms) :: siglomania {f}
acronymization {n} (act of turning a phrase into an acronym) :: siglagem {f}
acropachy {n} (subperiosteal formation of new bone) :: acropaquia {f}
acroparesthesia {n} (severe pain in the extremities) :: acroparestesia {f}
acropetal {adj} (that develops from the base towards the apex in sequence) :: acropetal
acropetally {adv} (in an acropetal manner) :: acropetalmente
acrophase {n} (time period during which a cycle peaks) :: acrofase {f}
acrophobia {n} (fear of heights) :: acrofobia {f}
acrophobic {adj} (pertaining to or suffering from acrophobia) :: acrofóbico, acrófobo
acrophonical {adj} (relating to or having the property of acrophony) :: acrofónico [Portugal], acrofônico [Brazil]
acrophony {n} (naming of letters so their names begin with the letter itself) :: acrofonia {f}
acropolis {n} (promontory of Ancient Greek cities) :: acrópole {f}
Acropolis {prop} (Athenian Acropolis) :: Acrópole {f}
acropustulosis {n} (acrodermatitis with pustular involvement) :: acropustulose {f}
acroscopic {adj} (toward or facing the apex) :: acroscópico
acrosin {n} (proteolytic enzyme found in acrosomes) :: acrosina {f}
acrosomal {adj} (pertaining to acrosomes) :: acrossomal
acrosome {n} (end of the head of a spermatozoon) :: acrossomo {m}
across {prep} (from the far side) :: através
across {prep} (on the opposite side) :: do outro lado de
across {prep} (from one side to another) :: através
across {prep} (bridging a gap) :: através
across {prep} (perpendicularly) :: perpendicularmente
across {adv} (crosswords: horizontally) :: em horizontal
across the board {prep} (pertaining to all categories or things) :: generalizado
acrostic {n} (poem or text in which certain letters spell out a name or message) :: acróstico {m}
acrostical {adj} (like an acrostic) :: acróstico
acrostically {adv} (in the manner of an acrostic) :: acrosticamente
acroterium {n} (small pedestal for a statue or ornament) :: acrotério {m}
acrotomophilia {n} (sexual attraction toward amputees) :: acrotomofilia {f}
acrylamide {n} (Amide of acrylic acid) :: acrilamida {f}
acrylate {n} (salt or ester of acrylic acid) :: acrilato {m}
acrylic {adj} (derived from acrylic acid or acrylonitrile) :: acrílico
acrylic {n} (acrylic resin) SEE: acrylic resin ::
acrylic acid {n} (unsaturated organic acid: CH2CHCOOH) :: ácido acrílico {m}
acrylic resin {n} (acrylic resin) :: acrílico {m}
acrylonitrile {n} (toxic colourless liquid) :: acrilonitrila {f}, acrilonitrilo {m}
act {n} (deed) :: ato {m}
act {n} (state of existence) :: ato {m}
act {n} (statute) :: lei {f}
act {n} (process of doing) :: ato {m}, ação {f}
act {n} (formal record of something done) :: ata {f}
act {n} (drama: division of theatrical performance) :: ato {m}
act {n} (display of behaviour) :: ato {m}
act {v} (to do something) :: agir
act {v} (to perform a theatrical role) :: atuar
act {v} (to behave in a certain way) :: comportar-se
act {v} (to have an effect on) :: agir (sobre/em)
actant {n} (any of the participants in a grammatical clause) :: actante {m}
acteme {n} (a unit of behavior) :: actema {m}
actigraph {n} (accelerometer that records sleep activities) :: actígrafo {m}
actigraphy {n} (the use of the actigraph to record the movements of a sleeping subject) :: actigrafia {f}
actin {n} (a globular structural protein) :: actina {f}
acting {adj} (temporarily assuming the duties or authority) :: interino, temporário
acting {n} (occupation of an actor) :: atuação, encenação
actinia {n} (a sea anemone) :: actínia {f}
actinic {adj} (relating to actinism) :: actínico
actinically {adv} (in an actinic manner) :: actinicamente
actinic keratosis {n} (skin lesion characterized by discolored, thickened growths of keratin) :: ceratose actínica {f}
actinidin {n} (an enzyme present in kiwi fruit) :: actinidina {f}
actinin {n} (protein responsible for the attachment of actin fibres in muscle cells) :: actinina {f}
actinism {n} (the property of electromagnetic radiation that leads to the production of photochemical effects) :: actinismo {m}
actinium {n} (chemical element) :: actínio {m}
actino- {prefix} (having a radial form) :: actino-
actinobacillosis {n} (zoonotic disease caused by the Actinobacillus bacteria) :: actinobacilose {f}
actinobacterium {n} (any member of the Actinobacteria) :: actinobactéria {f}
actinobiology {n} (study of the effects of radiation upon living organisms) :: actinobiologia {f}
actinograph {n} (recording actinometer) :: actinógrafo {m}
actinolite {n} (mineral with monoclinic crystals belonging to the amphibole group) :: actinolita {f}, actinolite {f}, actinolito {m}
actinolitic {adj} (of the nature of, or containing, actinolite) :: actinolítico
actinology {n} (study of the effect of light on chemicals) :: actinologia {f}
actinometer {n} (measuring device) :: actinómetro {m} [Portugal], actinômetro {m} [Brazil]
actinometric {adj} (pertaining to actinometry) :: actinométrico
actinometry {n} (measurement of the heating power of electromagnetic radiation) :: actinometria {f}
actinomorphic {adj} (having its petals arranged in a radially symmetric fashion) :: actinomorfo
actinomorphous {adj} (actinomorphic) SEE: actinomorphic ::
actinomycete {n} (bacteria of the order Actinomycetales) :: actinomiceta {m}
actinomycin {n} (antibiotic found in bacteria of genus Streptomyces) :: actinomicina {f}
actinomycosis {n} (infectious disease) :: actinomicose {f}
actinomycotic {adj} (pertaining to actinomycosis) :: actinomicótico
actinopterygian {n} (any of the ray-finned fish of the class Actinopterygii) :: actinopterígio {m}
actinorhiza {n} (nodule formed from a symbiotic relationship between an actinomycete and fine plant roots) :: actinorriza {f}
actinostele {n} (protostele in which the core of vascular tissue in the stem extends outward) :: actinostelo {m}
actinostelic {adj} (of or possessing an actinostele) :: actinostélico
actinotherapy {n} (treatment of disease by ultraviolet light) :: actinoterapia {f}
action {n} (something done so as to accomplish a purpose) :: ação {f}
action {n} (way of motion or functioning) :: ação {f}
action {n} (fast-paced activity) :: ação {f}
action {n} (mechanism) :: mecanismo {m}
action {n} (military: combat) :: ação {f}
action {n} (law: a charge) :: ação {f}
action {interj} (signifying the start of something) :: ação
actional {adj} (pertaining to action) :: acional
action at a distance {n} :: ação à distância {f}
action figure {n} (children's toy) :: boneco {m}, figura de ação {f}
action movie {n} (a type of motion picture) :: filme de ação {m}
action painting {n} (genre of modern art in which the paint is dribbled, splashed or poured onto the canvas) :: pintura gestual {f}, gestualismo {m}
action plan {n} (planned series of actions) :: plano de acção
actions speak louder than words {proverb} (it is more effective to act than speak) :: ações falam mais alto que palavras
action verb {n} (word that expresses action) :: verbo ativo {m}
action word {n} (verb) SEE: verb ::
Actium {prop} (promontory) :: Actium {m}, Áccio {m}
activable {adj} (capable of being activated) :: ativável
activate {v} (to put into operation) :: ativar
activate {v} (to activate a software functionality) SEE: enable ::
activated carbon {n} (absorbent form of finely powdered carbon) :: carvão ativado {m}
activation {n} (making active) :: ativação {f}
activation {n} (process through which molecules are made able to react) :: ativação
activational {adj} (pertaining to activation) :: ativacional
activation analysis {n} (technique in which a subatomic particle or gamma ray is captured by a nuclide) :: análise de ativação {f}
activator {n} (chemical increasing transcription) :: ativador
activatory {adj} (that acts as an activator) :: ativante
active {adj} (having the quality or power of acting) :: ativo
active {adj} (quick in physical movement) :: ativo
active {adj} (in action) :: ativado
active {adj} (given to action) :: ativo
active {adj} (brisk; lively) :: ativo
active {adj} (in grammar) :: ativo
actively {adv} (in an active manner) :: ativamente
active vocabulary {n} (words and phrases that someone commonly uses) :: vocabulário ativo {m}
active voice {n} (the form in which the subject of a verb carries out some action) :: voz ativa {f}
active volcano {n} (active volcano) :: vulcão ativo {m}
activin {n} (a peptide that participates in diverse bodily functions) :: activina {f}, ativina {f}
activism {n} (practice of using action to achieve a result) :: ativismo {m}
activist {n} (one who is politically active) :: ativista {m} {f}
activistic {adj} (activist) SEE: activist ::
activistic {adj} (relating to activism or activists) :: ativista
activity {n} (state or quality of being active) :: atividade {f}
activity {n} (something done as an action or a movement) :: atividade {f}
activity {n} (something done for pleasure or entertainment) :: atividade {f}
act of God {n} (unforeseen occurrence) :: caso fortuito {m}, força maior {f}
act of war {n} (act of war) :: ato de guerra {m}
actogram {n} (representation of the activity of an animal) :: actograma {m}
actomyosin {n} (a protein complex found in muscle fibres) :: actomiosina {f}
act one's age {v} (to be mature and not childish) :: comporte-se
actor {n} (person who performs in a theatrical play or film, see also: actress) :: ator {m}, atriz {f} [actress]
actor {n} (one who acts; a doer) :: agente {m} {f}
actor {n} (plaintiff) SEE: plaintiff ::
actress {n} (female actor, see also: actor) :: atriz {f}
Acts {prop} (Book of Acts) SEE: Acts of the Apostles ::
Acts of the Apostles {prop} (fifth book of the New Testament) :: Atos dos Apóstolos {p}
actual {adj} (existing in act or reality, not just potentially) :: real, efetivo
actual {adj} (in action at the time being) :: atual, real
actualism {n} (the belief that only actual things exist) :: atualismo {m}
actualist {n} (proponent of actualism) :: atualista {m} {f}
actuality {n} (the state of existing) :: existência {f}
actuality {n} (the quality of being actual or factual) :: realidade {f}
actually {adv} (In act or in fact; really; in truth; positively) :: na verdade, na realidade
actuarial {adj} (pertaining to actuaries) :: atuarial
actuarially {adv} (by actuarial principles) :: atuarialmente
actuarial science {n} (discipline) :: ciências atuariais {f-p}, ciência atuarial {f}
actuary {n} (maker of insurance calculations) :: atuário {m}
actuate {v} (to incite to action) :: estimular
actuator {n} (Something that actuates something else) :: atuador {m}
actuator {n} (The mechanism that moves the head assembly on a disk drive) :: atuador {m}
acuity {n} (sharpness or acuteness) :: acuidade {f}
aculeate {adj} (having prickles or sharp points) :: aculeado
aculeiform {adj} (like a prickle) :: aculeiforme
aculeolate {adj} (having small prickles) :: aculeolado
aculeus {n} (prickle growing on the bark) :: acúleo {m}
acultural {adj} (without, or irrespective of, culture) :: acultural
aculturally {adv} (in an acultural way) :: aculturalmente
acumen {n} (quickness of perception) :: perspicácia {f}, sagacidade {f}, agudeza {f}
acuminate {adj} (tapering to a point) :: acuminado
acupoint {n} (a specific point on the body where acupuncture is applied) :: acuponto {m}
acupressure {n} (alternative medicine technique in which physical pressure is applied to acupoints) :: acupressão {f}
acupunctural {adj} (relating to acupuncture) :: acupuntural
acupuncturation {n} (acupuncture) SEE: acupuncture ::
acupuncture {n} (insertion of needles for remedial purposes) :: acupuntura {f}
acupuncture {v} (to treat with acupuncture) :: acupunturar
acupuncturist {n} (healthcare professional) :: acupunturista {m} {f}
acute {adj} (intense, sensitive, sharp, see also: intense; sensitive; sharp) :: agudo
acute {adj} (urgent, see also: urgent) :: urgente
acute {adj} ((geometry) of an angle: less than 90 degrees) :: agudo
acute {adj} ((medicine) of an abnormal condition of recent or sudden onset) :: agudo
acute {adj} ((medicine) of a short-lived condition) :: agudo
acute {adj} ((geometry) of a triangle: having all internal angles acute) SEE: acute-angled ::
acute {n} (acute accent) SEE: acute accent ::
acute accent {n} (acute accent) :: acento agudo {m}
acute angle {n} (angle measuring less than ninety degrees) :: ângulo agudo {m}
acute-angled {adj} (geometry) :: acutângulo
acute-angled triangle {n} (acute triangle) SEE: acute triangle ::
acutely {adv} (In an acute manner) :: agudamente
acute lymphoblastic leukemia {n} (type of leukemia that affects the lymphocytes) :: leucemia linfoblástica aguda {f}
acute triangle {n} (triangle all of the angles of which are acute) :: triângulo agudo {m}
acyclic {adj} (not cyclic) :: acíclico
acycloguanosine {n} (a guanosine analogue antiviral drug) :: acicloguanosina {f}
acyl {n} (any of a class of organic radicals) :: acila {f}
acylamide {n} (any acyl amide) :: acilamida {f}
acylation {n} (the process of adding an acyl to a compound) :: acilação {f}
acylglycerol {n} (any ester of glycerol) :: acilglicerol {m}
acyltransferase {n} (any of several enzymes that catalyse the transfer of acyl groups between lipids) :: aciltransferase {f}
acyrologia {n} (improper use of a word) :: acirologia {f}
ad- {prefix} (near; at) :: ad-, a-
AD {adv} (anno Domini) :: DC, d.C. (depois de Cristo)
adactylism {n} (absence of fingers or toes) :: adactilia {f}
Adad {prop} (god of storms in Mesopotamian mythology) :: Adad {m}
adage {n} (old saying) :: adágio {m}, dito {m}, anexim {m}
adagial {adj} (pertaining to an adage) :: adagial
adagietto {n} (passage) :: adagietto {m}, adagieto {m}
adagio {n} (tempo mark indicating that music is to be played slowly) :: adágio {m}
Adah {prop} (biblical character) :: Ada {f}
Adam {prop} (first man in Abrahamic religions) :: Adão
Adam {prop} (male given name) :: Adão
Adam and Eve {prop} (the first man and woman (according to Genesis)) :: Adão e Eva
adamant {adj} (determined; unshakeable; unyielding) :: adamantino
adamant {n} (rock or mineral) :: adamante {m}
adamant {n} (magnet or loadstone) SEE: magnet ::
adamantane {n} (polycyclic hydrocarbon) :: adamantano {m}
adamantinely {adv} (in an adamantine way) :: adamantinamente
adamantinoma {n} (benign tumor of the jaw) :: adamantinoma {m}
adamantium {n} (fictional indestructible metal) :: adamantium {m}
adamantyl {n} (univalent radical derived from adamantane) :: adamantila {f}
adambulacral {adj} (next to the ambulacra) :: adambulacral
Adamic {adj} (relating to the Biblical character Adam) :: adâmico
adamite {n} (mineral) :: adamita {f}
Adamite {n} (member of religious group) :: adamita {m} {f}
Adamnan {prop} (Irish saint) :: Adamnan {m}, Adomnan {m}, Adamnão {m}
Adam's apple {n} (Citrus medica) SEE: citron ::
Adam's apple {n} (lump in the throat) :: pomo de Adão {m}, gogó {m}
adamsite {n} (an organic compound used as a riot-control agent) :: adamsita {f}
Adana {prop} (city) :: Adana {f}
adansonia {n} (any member of the tree genus Adansonia) :: adansónia {f} [Portugal], adansônia {f} [Brazil]
adapalene {n} (medicine) :: adapaleno {m}
adapt {v} (to make suitable) :: adaptar
adapt {v} (to fit by alteration) :: adaptar
adapt {v} (to make by altering) :: adaptar
adapt {v} (to change to make oneself suitable) :: adaptar-se a
adapt {adj} (adapted (adjective)) :: adaptado
adaptability {n} (quality of being adaptable; a quality that renders adaptable) :: adaptabilidade {f}, flexibilidade {f}
adaptable {adj} (capable of adapting or of being adapted) :: adaptável
adaptation {n} :: adaptação {f}
adaptationism {n} (view that many traits of organisms are evolved adaptations) :: adaptacionismo {m}
adaptationist {n} (supporter of adaptationism) :: adaptacionista {m} {f}
adaptative {adj} (adaptive) SEE: adaptive ::
adapter {n} (one who adapts something) :: adaptador {m}
adapter {n} (device to allow compatibility (in general)) :: adaptador {m}
adapter {n} (device allowing more plugs at an outlet) :: adaptador {m}
adapter {n} (device allowing plug to fit in an outlet of different type) :: adaptador {m}
adaptin {n} (protein that mediates the formation of vesicles by clathrin-coated pits) :: adaptina {f}
adaptive {adj} (of, pertaining to, characterized by or showing adaptation; making or made fit or suitable) :: adaptativo
adaptively {adv} (in an adaptive manner) :: adaptativamente
adaptiveness {n} (state or quality of being adaptive) :: adaptatividade {f}
adaptogen {n} (herbal substance with a normalizing effect upon body functions) :: adaptógeno {m}
adaptogenic {adj} (Being or relating to an adaptogen) :: adaptogénico [Portugal], adaptogênico [Brazil]
adaptometer {n} (instrument that measures the minimum threshold of brightness that can be detected) :: adaptómetro {m} [Portugal], adaptômetro {m} [Brazil]
adaptometry {n} (measurement of the threshold of brightness) :: adaptometria {f}
Adar {prop} (Jewish month) :: adar {m}
adatom {n} (atom that lies on a crystal surface) :: adátomo {m}
adaxial {adj} (on the side that is towards the axis or central line) :: adaxial
adaxially {adv} (in an adaxial manner) :: adaxialmente
ad banner {n} (advertisement that stretches across a web site) :: banner {m}
add {v} (to append, as a statement) :: acrescentar
add {v} (to make an addition) :: adicionar
add {v} (to perform the arithmetical operation of addition, to add up) :: somar, adicionar
addax {n} (Addax nasomaculatus) :: adax {m}
addendum {n} (Something to be added) :: adendo {m}
adder {n} (snake) :: cobra {f}, serpente {f}
adder {n} (viper) :: víbora {f}
adder {n} (what performs arithmetic addition) :: somador {m}, somadora {f}
adder {n} (what increases) :: somador {m}, somadora {f}
add fuel to the fire {v} (worsen a conflict) :: pôr lenha na fogueira, colocar lenha na fogueira
addible {adj} (capable of being added) :: adicionável
addict {n} (person who is addicted, especially to a harmful drug) :: viciado {m}, adicto {m}
addict {n} (adherent or fan) :: fanático {m}, entusiasta {m} {f}
addict {v} (to cause to become addicted) :: viciar
addict {v} (to involve oneself) :: viciar-se
addiction {n} (the state of being addicted) :: viciado {m}, vício, adicção
addiction {n} (a habit or practice) :: adicção
addictive {adj} (tending to cause addiction) :: viciante, viciador {m}, que causa dependência
add insult to injury {v} (to further a loss with mockery or indignity) :: esfregar sal na ferida
Addis Ababa {prop} (capital of Ethiopia) :: Adis Abeba {f}
Addisonian {adj} (relating to Addison's disease) :: addisoniano, addissoniano
Addison's disease {n} (Addison's disease) :: doença de Addison {f}, mal de Addison {m}
addition {n} (act of adding) :: adição {f}
addition {n} (thing added) :: acréscimo {m}
addition {n} (arithmetic: process of adding) :: adição {f}
additional {adj} (Supplemental or added to) :: adicional
additionality {n} (the property of being additional) :: adicionalidade {f}
additionally {adv} (by way of addition) :: adicionalmente
addition sign {n} (plus sign) SEE: plus sign ::
additive {n} (substance added to another substance to produce certain properties) :: aditivo {m}
additive identity {n} (mathematics) :: identidade aditiva {f}, neutro aditivo {m}
additively {adv} (in an additive manner) :: aditivamente
additivity {n} (the property of being additive) :: aditividade {f}
addon {n} (add-on) SEE: add-on ::
add-on {n} (something which can be appended to something else) :: extensão {f}
add-on {n} (software: extension of core application) :: extensão {f}, complemento {m}, suplemento {m}, adicional {m}, extra {m}, add-on {m}
address {n} (direction for letters) :: endereço {m}, morada {f}
address {n} (act of addressing oneself to a person) :: discurso {m}
address {n} (manner of speaking to another) :: discurso {m}, tratamento {m}
address {n} (description of the location of a property) :: endereço {m}
address {n} (computing: location in computer memory) :: endereço {m}
address {n} (Internet address) :: endereço {m}
address {v} (to direct attention towards a problem or obstacle) :: abordar
address {v} (to refer a location in computer memory) :: endereçar
address bar {n} (bar in a web browser that displays the address) :: barra de endereço {f}
address book {n} (small book with addresses) :: livro de endereços {m}
addressee {n} (person or organization to which something is addressed or sent) :: destinatário {m}, destinatária {f}, alocutário {m}
addresser {n} (a person who gives an address or speech) :: orador {m}
addresser {n} (a person who addresses an object to be delivered) :: endereçador {m}
addresser {n} (a machine that addresses) :: endereçador {m}
addressin {n} (an extracellular protein of the endothelium of venules) :: adressina {f}
addressing {n} (the process of placing an address on something) :: endereçamento {m}
adduce {v} (to bring forward or offer, as an argument, passage, or consideration) :: aduzir
adduceable {adj} (adducible) SEE: adducible ::
adducent {adj} ((of muscles) which pull one part towards another) :: adutor
adducer {n} (one who adduces) :: adutor {m}
adducible {adj} (able to be adduced) :: aduzível
adducin {n} (any of a group of related actin-regulating proteins) :: aducina {f}
adduction {n} (physiology: action) :: adução {f}
adductive {adj} (bringing towards something) :: adutivo
adductor {n} (muscle) :: adutor {m}
add up {v} (be reasonable or consistent) SEE: make sense ::
-ade {suffix} (forms nouns denoting action) :: -ada {f}
-ade {suffix} (indicates drinks made from a given fruit) :: -ada {f}
adecticous {adj} (adecticous) :: adéctico
Adelaide {prop} (female given name) :: Adelaide {f}
Adelaide {prop} (state capital of South Australia) :: Adelaide {f}
adelantado {n} (governor of a province) :: adelantado {m}
Adelie penguin {n} (Pygoscelis adeliae) :: pinguim-de-adélia {m}, pinguim-adélia {m}
adelomorphous {adj} (having a form that is not clearly defined) :: adelomorfo
adelphic {adj} (describing a form of polyandry) :: adélfico
adelphogamy {n} (marriage between a brother and a sister) :: adelfogamia {f}
adelphophagy {n} (consumption of one embryo by another in utero) :: adelfofagia {f}
adelphous {adj} (having coalescent or clustered filaments) :: adelfo
adelphy {n} (fusion of stamen filaments) :: adelfia {f}
Aden {prop} (seaport of Yemen) :: Adem {m}
adenectomy {n} (surgical removal of the adenoid glands) :: adenectomia {f}
adenine {n} (base that pairs with thymine or uracil) :: adenina {f}
adenitis {n} (glandular inflammation) :: adenite {f}
adeno- {prefix} (gland) :: adeno-
adenoacanthoma {n} (adenocarcinoma characterised by the presence of squamous cells) :: adenoacantoma {m}
adenoameloblastoma {n} (benign adenomatoid odontogenic tumour) :: adenoameloblastoma {m}
adenocarcinoma {n} (any of several forms of carcinoma that originate in glandular tissue) :: adenocarcinoma {m}
adenocarcinomatous {adj} (of or pertaining to adenocarcinomas) :: adenocarcinomatoso
adenocystoma {n} (adenoma in which the neoplastic glandular epithelium forms cysts) :: adenocistoma {m}
adenofibroma {n} (type of benign neoplasm) :: adenofibroma {m}
adenohypophysis {n} (the anterior lobe of the pituitary gland) :: adenoipófise {f}
adenoid {n} (folds of lymphatic tissue covered by ciliated epithelium) :: adenoide {f}
adenoidal {adj} (pertaining to the adenoids) :: adenoidal
adenoidectomy {n} (surgical removal of the adenoids or growths thereof) :: adenoidectomia {f}
adenoiditis {n} (inflammation of the adenoid) :: adenoidite {f}
adenolipoma {n} (benign lipoma of a gland) :: adenolipoma {m}
adenolymphoma {n} (type of benign tumor) :: adenolinfoma {m}
adenoma {n} (benign tumour) :: adenoma {m}
adenomatoid {adj} (of or pertaining to an adenoma) :: adenomatoide, adenomatoso
adenomatosis {n} (form of cancer) :: adenomatose {f}
adenomegaly {n} :: adenomegalia {f}
adenomere {n} (functional unit in a salivary gland) :: adenómero {m} [Portugal], adenômero {m} [Brazil]
adenomyoma {n} :: adenomioma {m}
adenomyomatosis {n} (condition) :: adenomiomatose {f}
adenomyosis {n} (condition) :: adenomiose {f}
adenopathy {n} (any glandular disease) :: adenopatia {f}
adenosarcoma {n} (form of cancer) :: adenossarcoma {m}
adenosine {n} (nucleoside) :: adenosina {f}
adenosine triphosphate {n} (adenosine triphosphate) :: trifosfato de adenosina {m}
adenosis {n} (benign swelling of lymph glands) :: adenose {f}
adenosyltransferase {n} (any enzyme that catalyzes the transfer of an adenosyl group) :: adenosiltransferase {f}
adenotonsillectomy {n} (surgical removal of adenoids and tonsils) :: adenotonsilectomia {f}, adenoamigdalectomia {f}
adenoviral {adj} :: adenoviral
adenovirus {n} (a virus of the family Adenoviridae) :: adenovírus {m}
adenylate cyclase {n} (enzyme) :: adenilato ciclase {f}
adenylation {n} (process that forms an adenylate) :: adenilação {f}
adenylic acid {n} (nucleotide found in RNA) :: ácido adenílico {m}
adeps {n} (soft or liquid animal fat) :: ádipe {m}, ádipo {m}
adept {adj} (well skilled) :: adepto
adept {n} (one fully skilled or well versed in anything) :: adepto {m}
adequacy {n} (sufficiency) :: adequação {f}
adequate {adj} (equal to some requirement) :: adequado
adequate {v} (to make adequate) :: adequar
adequately {adv} (in an adequate manner) :: adequadamente
adequately {adv} (sufficiently) :: adequadamente
adermatoglyphia {n} (rare congenital absence of epidermal ridges; genetic disorder which causes this condition) :: adermatoglifia
adespotic {adj} (not despotic) :: adéspota
adessive case {n} (noun case used to indicate adjacent location) :: caso adessivo {m}
adhan {n} ((Islam) The call to prayer) :: adhan {m}
adhere {v} (To stick fast or cleave) :: aderir
adherence {n} (union of two objects) :: aderência {f}
adherence {n} (support for a cause) :: aderência {f}
adherent {adj} (adhesive) :: aderente, adesivo
adherent {n} (a person who has membership in some group) :: aderente {m} {f}
adherently {adv} (in an adherent manner) :: aderentemente
adhesin {n} (factor enabling bacteria to adhere to epithelial surfaces) :: adesina {f}
adhesion {n} (ability of a substance to stick to an unlike substance) :: adesão {f}
adhesion {n} (agreement to adhere) :: adesão
adhesion {n} (binding of a cell) :: adesão
adhesive {adj} (sticky) :: adesivo
adhesive {adj} (clinging) :: aderente
adhesive {n} (substance that provides or promotes adhesion) :: adesivo {m}
adhesive capsulitis {n} (disorder) :: capsulite adesiva {f}
adhesively {adv} (in an adhesive manner) :: adesivamente
adhesiveness {n} (the quality of being, or the degree to which a thing is, adhesive) :: adesividade {f}
adhesive tape {n} (adhesive tape generally) :: fita adesiva {f}, fita gomada {f}, fita-cola {f}, durex {m} [Brazil]
adhesive tape {n} (medical tape) :: esparadrapo {m}
ad hoc {adj} (for this particular purpose) :: ad hoc
ad hoc {adj} (special) SEE: special ::
ad hoc {adj} (impromptu) SEE: impromptu ::
adhocracy {n} (organization designed to be flexible and responsive to the needs of the moment) :: adhocracia {f}, ad-hocracia {f}
ad hominem {n} (logical fallacy) :: ad hominem {m}
ad hominem {n} (personal attack) :: ad hominem {m}
adiabatic {adj} (occurring without gain or loss of heat) :: adiabático {m}
adiabatically {adv} (in an adiabatic way) :: adiabaticamente
adiabaticity {n} :: adiabaticidade {f}
adiadochokinesia {n} (inability to perform rapid alternating movements) :: adiadococinesia {f}
Adie syndrome {n} (neurological disorder characterized by a tonically dilated pupil that reacts slowly to light) :: síndrome de Adie {f}
adieu {interj} (farewell, goodbye) SEE: goodbye ::
adieu {n} (a farewell) :: adeus {m}, despedida {f}
Adige {prop} (river in South Tyrol) :: Adige {m}, Ádige {m}, Etsch {m}
Adi Granth {prop} (the main religious text of Sikhism, see also: Guru Granth Sahib) :: Adi Granth {m}
adimensional {adj} (without dimensions) :: adimensional
ad infinitum {adv} (endlessly) :: ad infinitum, infinitamente
adinkra {n} (visual symbol representing a concept or aphorism, created by the Akan) :: adinkra {m}
adios {interj} (goodbye) SEE: goodbye ::
adipate {n} (salt or ester of adipic acid) :: adipato {m}
adiphenine {n} (an antispasmodic drug) :: adifenina {f}
adipic acid {n} (crystalline dicarboxylic acid) :: ácido adípico {m}
adipo- {prefix} (fat) :: adipo-
adipocere {n} (waxy substance that forms on dead animal tissues) :: adipocera {f}
adipocyte {n} (type of cell) :: adipócito {m}
adipogenesis {n} (the formation of fatty tissue) :: adipogénese {f} [Portugal], adipogênese {f} [Brazil]
adipokine {n} (any of several cytokines secreted by adipose tissue) :: adipocina {f}
adiponectin {n} (protein hormone) :: adiponectina {f}
adiponectinemia {n} (the presence of adiponectin in the bloodstream) :: adiponectinemia {f}
adiponitrile {n} :: adiponitrila {f}
adipose {adj} (containing, composed of, or consisting of fat) :: adiposo
adiposeness {n} (the state or quality of being adipose) :: adiposidade {f}
adipose tissue {n} (tissue) :: tecido adiposo {m}
adiposis {n} (accumulation of adipose tissue) :: adipose {f}
adipoyl {n} (divalent radical obtained by removing the two hydroxyl groups of adipic acid) :: adipoíla {f}
adipsia {n} (absence of thirst) :: adipsia {f}
Adirondacks {prop} (a mountain range in New York State) :: Adirondacks {m-p}
aditus {n} (the entrance to a cavity or channel) :: ádito {m}
Adivasi {n} (member of the tribal groups considered the aboriginal population of South Asia) :: adivasi {m}
adjacency {n} (the quality of being adjacent, or near enough so as to touch) :: adjacência {f}
adjacent {adj} (lying next to, close, or contiguous; neighboring) :: adjacente
adjacent {adj} (just before, after, or facing) :: adjacente
adjacently {adv} (in such a way as to be adjacent) :: adjacentemente
Adjara {prop} (autonomous republic of Georgia) :: Adjara {f}
adjectival {adj} (functioning as an adjective) :: adjectivo [Portugal], adjetivo [Brazil]
adjectivally {adv} (as an adjective) :: adjetivamente
adjective {n} ((grammar) a word that modifies a noun or describes a noun’s referent) :: adjetivo
adjective {adj} (methods of enforcement and rules of procedure) :: adjetivo
adjective {v} (To make an adjective of) :: adjetivar
adjective {adj} (adjectival) SEE: adjectival ::
adjectively {adv} (in the manner of an adjective) :: adjetivamente
adjective phrase {n} (Phrase that modifies or describes a noun or pronoun) :: locução adjetiva {f}
adjectivization {n} (the process or result of adjectivizing) :: adjetivação {f}
adjoining {adj} (being in contact at some point) :: adjacente {m} {f}
adjunct {n} (appendage) :: adjunto {m}
adjunction {n} (the act of joining) :: adjunção {f}
adjunctive {adj} (forming an adjunct) :: adjuntivo
adjunctly {adv} (in an adjunct manner) :: adjuntamente
adjuration {n} (solemn oath) :: adjuração {f}
adjust {v} (to modify) :: ajustar
adjust {v} (to improve or rectify) :: ajustar
adjust {v} (to change to fit circumstances) :: enquadrar
adjustability {n} (the condition of being adjustable) :: ajustabilidade {f}
adjustable {adj} (capable of being adjusted) :: ajustável
adjustable spanner {n} (adjustable hand tool) :: chave inglesa {f}
adjustably {adv} (in a way that is adjustable) :: ajustavelmente
adjusted {adj} (compensated in order to avoid bias) :: ajustado
adjuster {n} (one who adjusts) :: ajustador {m}
adjustment {n} (result of adjusting, small change) :: ajustamento {m}, ajuste {m}
adjuvant {adj} (Containing an adjuvant) :: adjuvante
adjuvant therapy {n} (secondary treatment) :: terapia adjuvante {f}, adjuvância {f}
Adlai {prop} (father of one of King David's officials) :: Adlai {m}
Adlerian {adj} (relating to Austrian psychotherapist Alfred Adler) :: adleriano
ad lib {adv} (at pleasure) :: à vontade
ad lib {adv} (at will) :: à vontade
ad lib {adj} (extemporaneous) :: improvisado
ad lib {v} (to perform without script) :: improvisar
ad lib {v} (to perform without preparation) :: improvisar
ad lib {v} (to perform extemporaneously) :: improvisar
Adélie Land {prop} (one of the five French Southern and Antarctic Lands) :: Terra de Adélie {f}, Terra Adélie {f}
adluminal {adj} (near or toward the lumen of a seminiferous tubule) :: adluminal
admin {n} (systems administrator) :: admin {m}
admin {n} (user with privileges) :: admin {m}
adminicle {n} (aid) SEE: aid ::
adminicle {n} (auxiliary) SEE: auxiliary ::
adminicle {n} (corroborative proof) :: adminículo {m}
adminicular {adj} (supplying help; corroborative; explanatory) :: adminicular
administer {v} (to cause to take by openly offering or through deceit) :: ministrar, administrar, aplicar
administer {v} (to work in an administrative capacity; to supervise) :: administrar
administerial {adj} (of or pertaining to administering or administration) :: administrativo
administrable {adj} (able to be administered) :: administrável
administrate {v} (administer) SEE: administer ::
administration {n} (the act of administering) :: administração {f}
administration {n} (the executive part of government) :: administração {f}
administration {n} (the act of administering or tendering something to another) :: ministração {f}, aplicação {f}, administração
administrative {adj} (of or relating to administering or administration) :: administrativo
administratively {adv} (in an administrative manner) :: administrativamente
administrator {n} (one who administers affairs) :: administrador {m}
administrator {n} (law: one to whom the right of administration has been committed) :: administrador {m}
administrator {n} (computing: one who responsible for software and maintenance of a computer or network) :: administrador {m}, admin {m} {f}
admirability {n} (the quality of being admirable) :: admirabilidade {f}
admirable {adj} (deserving of the highest esteem or admiration) :: admirável
admirably {adv} (in an admirable manner) :: admiravelmente
admirably {adv} (to an admirable degree) :: admiravelmente
admiral {n} (naval officer of the highest rank) :: almirante {m}
admiral {n} (a naval officer of high rank, immediately below Admiral of the Fleet) :: almirante {m}
admiral {n} (butterfly) :: almirante {m}
admiralcy {n} (the rank of admiral) :: almirantado {m}
admiralship {n} (state, property, or office of being an admiral) :: almirantado {m}
admiralty {n} (office or jurisdiction) :: almirantado
Admiralty Islands {prop} (group of islands) :: Ilhas do Almirantado {f-p}
admiration {n} (adoration; appreciation) :: admiração {f}
admirative {adj} (characterized by admiration) :: admirativo
admiratively {adv} (in a admirative manner) :: admirativamente
admire {v} (regard with wonder and delight) :: admirar
admirer {n} (one who admires) :: admirador {m}, admiradora {f}
admiring {adj} (feeling or showing admiration) :: admirador
admissibility {n} (state or quality) :: admissibilidade {f}
admissible {adj} (capable or deserving to be admitted, accepted or allowed; allowable, permissible, acceptable) :: admissível
admissibly {adv} (admissible manner) :: admissivelmente
admission {n} (the act or practice of admitting) :: admissão {f}
admission {n} (power or permission to enter) :: admissão {f}
admission {n} (a fact, point, or statement admitted) :: admissão {f}
admit {v} (to allow to enter; to grant entrance) :: admitir
admit {v} (to allow (one) to enter on an office or to enjoy a privilege) :: admitir
admit {v} (to concede as true) :: admitir, reconhecer, aceitar
admit {v} (to be capable of, to permit) :: admitir, permitir
admittedly {adv} (by admission) :: admitidamente
admitter {n} (someone who admits something) :: admissor {m}
admonish {v} (warn or notify of a fault; exhort) :: advertir, prevenir, admoestar
admonish {v} (warn against danger or an offense) :: advertir, prevenir
admonisher {n} (one who admonishes) :: admoestador {m}
admonishingly {adv} (in an admonishing manner) :: admoestadoramente
admonishment {n} (the act of admonishing) :: admoestação {f}
admonition {n} (gentle or friendly reproof) :: repreensão {f}, advertência {f}, aviso {m}, admonição
admonitive {adj} (conveying admonition) :: admonitor
admonitory {adj} (Of or pertaining to an admonition) :: admonitório
adnate {adj} (linked or fused) :: adnato, adnado
adnation {n} (adhesion of different floral verticils) :: adnação {f}
ad nauseam {adv} (to a sickening degree) :: ad nauseam
adnexal {adj} (having the property of being adnexed) :: adnexal
adnominal {n} (word or phrase qualifying a noun) :: adnominal
adobe {n} (unburnt brick) :: adobe {m}
adogmatic {adj} :: adogmático
adolesce {v} (commence or progress through adolescence) :: adolescer
adolescence {n} (period between childhood and maturity) :: adolescência {f}
adolescent {adj} (characteristic of adolescence) :: adolescente
adolescent {n} (a teenager) :: adolescente {m} {f}, rapaz {m}, rapariga {f}, moço {m}, moça {f}
adolescently {adv} (like a teenager) :: adolescentemente
Adolf {prop} (male given name) SEE: Adolph ::
Adolph {prop} (male given name) :: Adolfo {m}
Adolphus {prop} (male given name) SEE: Adolph ::
Adonai {prop} (one of the names of God in Judaism) :: Adonai {m}
Adonis {prop} (the young man loved by Aphrodite) :: Adónis {m} [Portugal], Adônis {m} [Brazil]
adopt {v} (to take by choice into relationship, as, child, heir, friend, citizen) :: adotar
adopt {v} (to take or receive as one's own what is not so naturally) :: adotar
adoptability {n} (the property of being adoptable) :: adotabilidade {f}
adoptable {adj} (able to be adopted) :: adotável
adoptee {n} :: adoptado {m}, adoptada {m}
adopter {n} (one who adopts) :: adotante {m} {f}
adoption {n} (act of adopting, or state of being adopted) :: adoção {f}
adoption {n} (admission to a more intimate relation) :: adoção {f}
adoption {n} (choosing and making that to be one's own which originally was not so) :: adoção {f}
adoptionism {n} (form of Christianity which maintains that Jesus is divine only in the sense that God adopted him) :: adocionismo {m}
adoptionist {n} (believer in adoptionism) :: adocionista {m} {f}
adoptionist {adj} (pertaining to adoptionism) :: adocionista
adoptive {adj} (related through adoption) :: adotivo
adoptive father {n} (man who has adopted a child) :: pai adotivo {m}
adoptively {adv} (by adoption) :: adotivamente
adoptive mother {n} (woman who has adopted a child) :: mãe adotiva {f}
adorable {adj} (befitting of being adored) :: adorável
adorableness {n} (the quality of being adorable) :: adorabilidade {f}
adorably {adv} (in an adorable manner) :: adoravelmente
adoration {n} (an act of religious worship) :: adoração {f}
adoration {n} (admiration or esteem) :: adoração {f}
adoration {n} (the act of adoring) :: adoração {f}
adoratory {n} (room for the adoration of idols) :: adoratório {m}
adoratory {adj} (expressing adoration) :: adorante, adorativo, adoratório
adorcism {n} :: adorcismo {m}
adore {v} (worship) :: adorar
adore {v} (love with entire heart and soul) :: amar
adorer {n} (someone who adores) :: adorador {m}
adorn {v} (to make more beautiful and attractive; to decorate) :: adornar
adorner {n} (one who places adornments) :: adornador {m}
adornment {n} (a decoration; that which adorns) :: adorno {m}
adornment {n} (the act of decorating) :: adornamento {m}
Adornoian {adj} (relating to German sociologist Theodor W. Adorno) :: adorniano
adposition {n} (element combining with a phrase and indicating how to interpret the phrase in the context) :: adposição {f}
adpositional {adj} (pertaining to or of the nature of an adposition) :: adposicional
adrenal {adj} (pertaining to adrenal glands) :: adrenal
adrenal {n} (noun sense) SEE: adrenal gland ::
adrenalectomy {n} (removal of one or both adrenal glands) :: adrenalectomia {f}
adrenal gland {n} (endocrine gland situated above the kidney) :: glândula adrenal {f}, glândula suprarrenal {f}, suprarrenal {f}
adrenaline {n} (the compound epinephrine) :: adrenalina {f}
adrenaline junkie {n} (one who is addicted with the sensation of risky, exciting situations) :: viciado em adrenalina {m}
adrenalise {v} (to render frightening or thrilling) :: adrenalizar
adrenalitis {n} (inflammation of one or both adrenal glands) :: adrenalite {f}
adrenarche {n} (stage of maturation) :: adrenarca {f}
adrenergic {adj} (having the quality of adrenaline or epinephrine) :: adrenérgico
adrenergic {adj} (containing or releasing adrenaline) :: adrenérgico
adreno- {prefix} (relating to the adrenal gland) :: adreno-
adrenoceptor {n} (adrenergic receptor) :: adrenoceptor {m}
adrenochrome {n} (oxidation product of adrenaline or epinephrine) :: adrenocromo {m}
adrenocortical {adj} (relating to adrenal cortex) :: adrenocortical
adrenocorticotropic {adj} (that stimulates the adrenal cortex) :: adrenocorticotrópico, adrenocorticotrófico
adrenocorticotropin {n} (hormone) :: adrenocorticotropina {f}
adrenoleukodystrophy {n} (disease) :: adrenoleucodistrofia {f}
adrenomedullary {adj} (relating to the adrenal medulla) :: adrenomedular
adrenomedullin {n} (peptide) :: adrenomedulina {f}
adrenomyeloneuropathy {n} (a genetic disorder that deteriorates the myelin sheath that protects the spinal cord) :: adrenomieloneuropatia {f}
adrenosterone {n} (a hormone with weak androgenic effects) :: adrenosterona {f}
Adria {prop} (town) :: Adria {f}
adriamycin {n} (a drug used in cancer chemotherapy) :: adriamicina {f}
Adrian {prop} (male given name) :: Adriano, Adrião
Adrianople {prop} (former name of Edirne) :: Adrianópolis {f}
Adriatic {prop} (Adriatic Sea) SEE: Adriatic Sea ::
Adriatic {adj} (of or pertaining to the Adriatic) :: adriático
Adriatic Sea {prop} (sea that stretches from the Ionian Sea to the Gulf of Venice) :: Mar Adriático {m}
adrift {adj} (floating at random) :: à deriva
adrift {adv} (in a drifting condition) :: à deriva
adroit {adj} (dexterous) SEE: dexterous ::
adscript {adj} (held to service as attached to the soil) :: adscrito
adscription {n} (the state of being joined, bound or annexed) :: adscrição {f}
adsorb {v} (to accumulate on a surface) :: adsorver
adsorbable {adj} (able to be adsorbed) :: adsorvível
adsorbate {n} (substance which has been adsorbed) :: adsorvato {m}, adsorbato {m}
adsorbent {n} (substance on which the adsorbate accumulates) :: adsorvente {m}
adsorber {n} (something which adsorbs) :: adsorvedor {m}
adsorption {n} (process of forming a film on the surface of a solid) :: adsorção {f}
adsorptive {adj} (pertaining to adsorption) :: adsortivo
adsorptiveness {n} (the property of being adsorptive) :: adsortividade {f}
adstrate {n} (adstratum) SEE: adstratum ::
adstratum {n} (Any language having elements that are responsible for change in neighbouring languages) :: adstrato {m}
adularescence {n} (bluish sheen along crystal faces) :: adularescência {f}
adularia {n} (variety of orthoclase feldspar) :: adulária {f}
adulate {v} (to flatter effusively) :: adular
adulation {n} (Flattery; fulsome praise) :: adulação {f}
adulator {n} (one who adulates) :: adulador {m}, bajulador {m}
adulatory {adj} (exhibiting adulation) :: adulador, adulatório, adulante
Adullamite {n} (inhabitant of Adullam) :: adulamita {m} {f}
adult {n} (fully grown human) :: adulto {m}, adulta {f}
adult {adj} (fully grown) :: adulto
adult {adj} (pornographic) SEE: pornographic ::
adulter {v} (adulterate) SEE: adulterate ::
adulterant {n} (that which adulterates) :: adulterante {m}
adulterate {v} (corrupt) :: adulterar
adulteration {n} (The action of adulterating) :: adulteração {f}
adulterator {n} (one who adulterates) :: adulterador {m}
adulterer {n} (husband or wife who commits adultery) :: adúltero {m}, adúltera {f}
adulteress {n} (woman or girl who commits adultery) :: adúltera {f}
adulterous {adj} (of or characterized by adultery) :: adúltero
adulterously {adv} (in a adulterous manner) :: adulteramente
adultery {n} (sexual intercourse by a married person with someone other than their spouse) :: adultério {m}
adultescent {n} (adult who continues to participate in and enjoy youth culture) :: adultescente {m} {f}
adulthood {n} (time of life) :: adultez {f}
adulticidal {adj} (pertaining to adulticide) :: adulticida
adulticide {n} (pesticide designed to kill adult insects) :: adulticida {m}
adultism {n} (predisposition towards adults) :: adultismo {m}
adultization {n} (the process of adultizing) :: adultização {f}
adultize {v} (to raise a child such that he adopts adult behaviors earlier) :: adultizar
adultly {adv} (in an adult manner) :: adultamente
adult shop {n} (sex shop) SEE: sex shop ::
adult star {n} (porn star) SEE: porn star ::
adumbrate {v} (To give a vague outline.) :: adumbrar
adunc {adj} (curved inward) :: adunco
adustion {n} (the act of burning or heating to dryness) :: adustão {f}
Advaita {prop} (Hindu doctrine holding that differences in the human condition are illusory) :: advaita {m}
advance {v} (to bring forward; to move towards the front; to make to go on) :: avançar
advance {v} (to raise to a higher rank; to promote) :: avançar
advance {v} (to furnish, as money or other value, before it becomes due) :: adiantar
advance {v} (to move forwards, to approach) :: avançar
advance {n} (forward move) :: avanço {m}, progresso
advance {n} (amount of money) :: adiantamento {m}
advanced {adj} (at or close to state of the art) :: avançado
advanced {adj} (late) :: avançado
advance directive {n} (document expressing a desire to die naturally in certain medical circumstances) :: declaração antecipada de vontade {f}
advance guard {n} (leading unit of an army) :: guarda avançada {f}
advancement {n} (payment in advance) SEE: advance payment ::
advance payment {n} (part of a contractually due sum) :: adiantamento {m}
advantage {n} (any condition, circumstance, opportunity, or means, particularly favorable to success) :: vantagem {f}, vantajoso
advantage {n} (superiority; mastery) :: vantagem {f}
advantage {n} (superiority of state, or that which gives it) :: benefício {m}
advantage {n} (the score where one player wins a point after deuce) :: vantagem {f}
advantageous {adj} (being of advantage, see also: beneficial) :: vantajoso
advantageously {adv} (in an advantageous manner) :: vantajosamente
advantageousness {n} (the quality of being advantageous) :: vantajosidade {f}
advection {n} (The horizontal movement of a body of atmosphere (or other fluid) along with a concurrent transport of its temperature, humidity etc.) :: advecção {f}
advective {adj} (relating to advection) :: advectivo
advent {n} (coming, arrival) :: chegada {f}, vinda {f}, advento {m}
advent {n} (Christianity) SEE: Advent ::
Advent {prop} (season before Christmas) :: Advento {m}
Advent calendar {n} (calendar used to count down the days of Advent) :: calendário do Advento {m}
Adventist {n} (member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church) :: adventista {m} {f}
adventitia {n} (layer encasing a visceral organ) :: adventícia {f}
adventitial {adj} (pertaining to the adventitia) :: adventicial
adventitious {adj} (from an external source) :: adventício
adventitious {adj} (accidental, additional, appearing casually) :: adventício
adventitious {adj} (biology: developing in an unusual place or from an unusual source) :: adventício
adventitiously {adv} (in an adventitious manner) :: adventiciamente
adventure {n} (encountering of risks) :: aventura {f}
adventure {n} (remarkable occurrence) :: aventura {f}
adventure {n} (that which happens without design) :: aventura {f}, peripécia {f}, acaso {m}
adventurer {n} (one who enjoys adventures) :: aventureiro {m}
adventuresome {adj} (prone or willing to undertake adventures) :: aventureiro
adventuresomely {adv} (in an adventuresome manner) :: aventureiramente
adventuress {n} (female adventurer) :: aventureira {f}
adventurism {n} (policy led by excessive risk taking) :: aventurismo {m}
adventurist {n} (politician involved in adventurism) :: aventurista {m} {f}
adventurous {adj} (inclined to adventure) :: aventureiro, aventuroso {m}
adventurous {adj} (full of hazard) :: aventuroso, arriscado, perigoso
adverb {n} (lexical category) :: advérbio {m}
adverbial {adj} (of or relating to an adverb) :: adverbial
adverbial {n} (grammar: word or phrase modifying a verb) :: adverbial {m}
adverbial clause {n} (a subordinate clause that functions as an adverb within a main clause) :: oração subordinada adverbial {f}
adverbiality {n} (condition) :: adverbialidade {f}
adverbialization {n} (the process of adverbializing) :: adverbialização {f}
adverbialize {v} (to change into an adverb) :: adverbializar
adverbializer {n} (morpheme that converts a word into an adverb) :: adverbializador {m}
adverbially {adv} (as an adverb) :: adverbialmente
adverbial phrase {n} (type of phrase) :: locução adverbial {f}
adversariness {n} (the quality of being adversary) :: adversariedade {f}
adversary {n} (opponent) :: adversário {m}, adversária {f}
adversative {adj} (expressing opposition or difference) :: adversativo
adversatively {adv} (in an adversative manner) :: adversativamente
adversativeness {n} (the quality of being adversative) :: adversatividade {f}
adverse {adj} (unfavourable) :: adverso, desfavorável
adverse {adj} (contrary, hostile) :: adverso, contrário
adverse {adj} (opposite) :: oposto
adversely {adv} (in an adverse manner) :: adversamente
adversity {n} (state of being adverse) :: adversidade {f}
adversity {n} (adverse event) :: adversidade {f}, infortúnio {m}
advert {n} (advertisement) SEE: advertisement ::
advertently {adv} (on purpose) SEE: on purpose ::
advertise {v} ((transitive) to give public notice of; to announce publicly) :: anunciar, promulgar, divulgar, publicar
advertise {v} ((intransitive) to provide information about a person or goods and services to influence others) :: anunciar, publicitar
advertise {v} ((transitive) to provide public information about (a product, services etc.)) :: anunciar, publicitar
advertisement {n} (commercial solicitation) :: anúncio {m}, publicidade {f}, reclame {m}, propaganda {f}
advertisement {n} (public notice) :: edital {m}
advertiser {n} (one who advertises) :: anunciante {m} {f}
advertising {n} (communication) :: publicidade {f}, propaganda {f}
advertising {n} (industry or profession) :: publicidade {f}
advice {n} (opinion recommended or offered, as worthy to be followed; counsel) :: conselho {m}
adviceful {adj} (providing advice) :: aconselhador
advisability {n} (the quality of being prudent) :: aconselhabilidade {f}, recomendabilidade {f}
advisable {adj} (worthy of being recommended) :: aconselhável, recomendável
advisably {adv} (in an advisable manner) :: aconselhavelmente
advise {v} (to give advice to; to offer an opinion; to counsel; to warn) :: aconselhar, opiniar
advise {v} (to give information or notice to; to inform) :: avisar, informar, notificar
adviser {n} (advisor) SEE: advisor ::
advisor {n} :: conselheiro {m}
advocacy {n} (the profession of an advocate) :: advocacia {f}
advocacy group {n} (people who use various forms of advocacy to influence public opinion) :: grupo de interesse {m}
advocate {n} (person who argues the case of another) :: advogado {m}, advogada {f}
advocate {n} (person who speaks in support of something) :: representante, defensor
advocate {v} (argue for) :: defender, advogar
advocate {v} (encourage support for) :: advocar, defender, argumentar a favor
adware {n} (software application) :: adware {m}
Adygea {prop} (Adygea, Russia) :: Adiguésia {f}, Adigueia {f}
adynamia {n} (loss of strength due to a disease) :: adinamia {f}
adynamic {adj} (without strength or vigor) :: adinâmico
adytum {n} (innermost sanctuary or shrine in an ancient temple) :: ádito {m}
adze {n} (cutting tool) :: enxó {m}
Aeaea {prop} (mythical island home to Circe) :: Eeia {f}, Eea {f}, Ea {f}, Aiaie {f}
aecidium {n} (the cupulate fruiting body borne upon the mycelium of certain fungi) :: ecídio {m}
aeciospore {n} (binucleate spore of a rust fungus) :: eciosporo {m}
aedeagal {adj} (relating to the aedeagus) :: edeagal
aedeagus {n} (copulatory organ of insects) :: edeago {m}
aedicula {n} (painted framed niche) :: edícula {f}
aedile {n} (elected official in Ancient Rome) :: edil {m}
aedileship {n} (the office of an aedile) :: edilato {m}
Aegean {prop} (Aegean Sea) SEE: Aegean Sea ::
Aegean {adj} (of or relating to the Aegean Sea) :: egeu
Aegean Sea {prop} (sea of the northeastern part of the Mediterranean Sea) :: Mar Egeu {m}
Aegidius {prop} (male given name) :: Egídio
Aegina {prop} (island) :: Egina {f}
Aeginetan {n} (inhabitant of Aegina) :: egineta {m} {f}
aegipan {n} (goat-like creature resembling a satyr) :: egipã {m}
aegirine {n} (mineral) :: aegirina {f}, egirina {f}
aegis {n} (mythological shield) :: égide
Aegle {prop} (Greek goddess of good health) :: Egle {f}
aegrotat {n} (certificate indicating that a student is ill) :: atestado médico {m}, atestado {m}
-aemia {suffix} (condition of the blood) :: -emia {f}
Aeneas {prop} (Trojan hero) :: Eneias {m}
Aeneid {prop} (Classic epic poem that tells the story of Aeneas fleeing Troy and settling in Italy.) :: Eneida {f}
aeneous {adj} (bronze-colored) :: éneo [Portugal], êneo [Brazil]
aenigmatite {n} (inosilicate mineral of sodium and iron) :: enigmatita {f}
aeolian {adj} (of, or relating to the wind) :: eólico
aeolian {adj} (carried, deposited or eroded by the wind) :: eólico
Aeolian Islands {prop} (Lipari Islands) SEE: Lipari Islands ::
Aeolian mode {n} (a musical mode) :: modo eólio {m}
Aeolic {prop} (ancient Greek dialect spoken in Boeotia and Lesbos) :: eólio
Aeolic {adj} (relating to Aeolis) :: eólio
aeolipile {n} (steam engine) :: eolípila {f}
Aeolis {prop} (region of Asia Minor) :: Eólia {f}
Aeolus {prop} (character in Greek mythology) :: Éolo {m}
aequorin {n} (a photoprotein isolated from luminescent jellyfish) :: aequorina {f}
aerate {v} (to supply with oxygen or air) :: aerar
aerated {adj} (infused with air) :: aerado
aeration {n} (the circulation of air) :: aeração {f}, aeragem {f}
aerator {n} (a device which mixes air with a substance) :: aerador {m}
aerenchyma {n} (airy tissue found in the roots of aquatic plants) :: aerênquima {m}
aerial {adj} (taking place in the air) :: aéreo
aerial {adj} (ethereal) :: etéreo
aerial {n} (device for receiving or transmitting) :: antena {f}
aerialist {n} (acrobat performing high off the ground) SEE: tightrope walker ::
aerially {adv} (in an aerial manner) :: aereamente
aerial photography {n} (taking photographs from the air) :: aerofotografia {f}
aerial photography {n} (photographs taken by this means, collectively) :: fotografia aérea {f}
aeriferous {adj} (that conveys air) :: aerífero
aeriform {adj} (having a form similar to that of air) :: aeriforme
aero- {prefix} (air; aircraft) :: aero-
aeroallergen {n} (any airborne allergen) :: aeroalérgeno {m}
aerobactin {n} (a siderophore produced by E. coli) :: aerobactina {f}
aerobic {adj} (living or occurring only in the presence of oxygen) :: aeróbico
aerobic {adj} (involving or improving oxygen consumption by the body) :: aeróbico
aerobically {adv} (In an aerobic manner) :: aerobicamente
aerobics {n} (exercise for cardiovascular fitness) :: aeróbica {f}
aerobiologic {adj} (pertaining to aerobiology) :: aerobiológico
aerobiology {n} (the study of the dispersion of airborne biological materials) :: aerobiologia {f}
aerobiosis {n} (form of life that is sustained by the presence of air) :: aerobiose {f}
aerochemical {adj} (relating to the delivery of chemical weapons by air) :: aeroquímico
aerocyst {n} (air vesicle) :: aerocisto {m}
aerodigestive {adj} (pertaining to the airway and digestive tract) :: aerodigestivo
aerodrome {n} (airfield) :: aeródromo {m}
aerodynamic {adj} (aerodynamic) :: aerodinâmico
aerodynamically {adv} (In an aerodynamic manner) :: aerodinamicamente
aerodynamicist {n} (person who studies aerodynamics) :: aerodinamicista {m} {f}
aerodynamics {n} (The science of the dynamics of bodies moving relative to gases) :: aerodinâmica {f}
aerodyne {n} (heavier-than-air aircraft) :: aeródino {m}
aeroelastic {adj} (of or pertaining to aeroelasticity) :: aeroelástico
aeroelasticity {n} (scientific study of the effect of aerodynamic loads on structures.) :: aeroelasticidade {f}
Aeroflot {prop} (Russian airline) :: Aeroflot {f}
aerogel {n} (ultralight solid-state substance) :: aerogel {m}
aerogenerator {n} (generator powered by wind) :: aerogerador {m}
aerogenous {adj} (transmitted through the air) :: aerógeno
aerogram {n} (foldable and gummed paper for writing a letter) :: aerograma {m}
aerography {n} (branch of surrealist art) :: aerografia {f}
aerolite {n} (a meteorite consisting of silicate minerals) :: aerólito {m}
aerolitic {adj} (of or pertaining to aerolites) :: aerolítico
aerologic {adj} (pertaining to aerology) :: aerológico
aerology {n} (branch of meteorology) :: aerologia {f}
aeromagnetic {adj} (pertaining to aeromagnetics) :: aeromagnético
aeromancer {n} (practitioner of aeromancy) :: aeromante {m} {f}
aeromancy {n} (divination by use of atmospheric conditions) :: aeromancia {f}
aerometer {n} (instrument used to measure mass and density of gases) :: aerómetro {m} [Portugal], aerômetro {m} [Brazil]
aerometric {adj} (relating to the measurement of a physical property of air) :: aerométrico
aerometry {n} (the science of measuring the air) :: aerometria {f}
aeromodeller {n} (maker of model aircaft) :: aeromodelista {m} {f}
aeromodelling {n} (building and flying of model aircraft) :: aeromodelismo {m}
aeronautic {adj} (having to do with aerial navigation) :: aeronáutico
aeronautically {adv} (with respect to aeronautics) :: aeronauticamente
aeronautics {n} (mechanics and science of aircraft) :: aeronáutica {f}
aeronaval {adj} (relating to the navy and the air force) :: aeronaval
aeronaval {adj} (that moves both on sea and in the air) :: aeronaval
aeronavigation {n} (aerial navigation) :: aeronavegação {f}
Aeronian {prop} :: Aeroniano {m}
aeronomy {n} (study of the upper atmosphere) :: aeronomia {f}
aeropalynology {n} (study of pollen grains and spores in the atmosphere) :: aeropalinologia {f}
aerophagy {n} (the swallowing of air) :: aerofagia {f}
aerophilic {adj} (that thrives in the presence of molecular oxygen) :: aerófilo
aerophobia {n} (fear of flying) :: aerofobia {f}
aerophobic {adj} (having a fear of flying) :: aerofóbico
aerophysics {n} (physics of the design and construction of aerodynamic devices) :: aerofísica {f}
aeroplane {n} (airplane) SEE: airplane ::
aeroponic {adj} (pertaining to aeroponics) :: aeropônico [Brazil]
aeroponics {n} (the growing of plants in a mist-laden atmosphere) :: aeroponia {f}
aeroscope {n} (device used to collect dust particles, spores etc from the air for subsequent analysis) :: aeroscópio {m}
aerosol {n} (gaseous or airborne cloud of particulate matter) :: aerossol {m}
aerosolisation {n} (process by which a material is dispersed into an aerosol form) :: aerossolização {f}
aerosolise {v} (to disperse a material as an aerosol) :: aerossolizar
aerospace {n} (Earth's atmosphere and space the around it) :: aeroespaço {m}
aerospace {adj} (of or relating to aircraft) :: aeroespacial
aerostat {n} (aircraft) :: aeróstato {m}
aerostatic {adj} (pneumatic) SEE: pneumatic ::
aerostatics {n} (study of gases in equilibrium) :: aerostática {f}
aerothermal {adj} :: aerotérmico
aerothermodynamic {adj} (pertaining to aerothermodynamics) :: aerotermodinâmico
aerothermodynamics {n} (scientific study of the thermodynamic properties of gases) :: aerotermodinâmica {f}
aerothorax {n} (pneumothorax) SEE: pneumothorax ::
aerotolerance {n} (the quality of being aerotolerant) :: aerotolerância {f}
aerotolerant {adj} (able to tolerate the presence of air) :: aerotolerante
aerotrain {n} (train that is supported on a cushion of air) :: aerotrem {m}
Aeschylean {adj} (relating to Aeschylus) :: esquiliano
Aeschylus {prop} (Greek tragedian) :: Ésquilo {m}
Aesculapian {adj} (of or relating to Aesculapius) :: esculapiano
Aesculapian staff {n} (symbol of the medical profession) :: bastão de Esculápio {m}
Aesculapius {prop} (Roman god) :: Esculápio {m}
aesir {n} (Æsir) SEE: Æsir ::
Aesop {prop} (ancient Greek author) :: Esopo {m}
Aesopian {adj} (Aesopean) :: esopiano {m}
aesthesia {n} (ability to perceive sensations) :: estesia {f}
aesthete {n} (someone who cultivates an unusually high sensitivity to beauty, as in art or nature) :: esteta {m} {f}
aesthetic {adj} (concerned with beauty) :: estético
aesthetic {n} (that which appeals to the senses) :: estética {f}
aesthetic {n} (the study of art or beauty) SEE: aesthetics ::
aesthetically {adv} (in an aesthetic manner) :: esteticamente
aesthetician {n} (oneone who studies aesthetics; student of art or beauty) :: esteticista {m} {f}
aesthetician {n} (someone who provides beauty treatments) :: esteticista {m} {f}
aestheticisation {n} (the act or process of aestheticising) :: estetização {f}
aestheticise {v} (to make aesthetic) :: estetizar
aestheticism {n} (doctrine which holds aesthetics as the highest ideal) :: estetismo {m}, esteticismo {m}
aesthetics {n} (study or philosophy of beauty) :: estética {f}
aestival {adj} (Relating to summer) :: estival, estivo
aestivation {n} (state of inactivity and metabolic depression during summer) :: estivação {f}
aestivoautumnal {adj} (happening in summer and autumn) :: estivo-outonal
aetiogenesis {n} (origin and development of a pathological condition) :: etiogénese {f} [Portugal], etiogênese {f} [Brazil]
aetiologic {adj} (pertaining to aetiology) :: etiológico
aetiology {n} (study of causes or origins) :: etiologia {f}
aetiology {n} (origins of a disease) :: etiologia {f}
aetiopathogenesis {n} (cause and development of an abnormal condition) :: etiopatogenia {f}
aetites {n} (eaglestone) SEE: eaglestone ::
Aetius {prop} (given name) :: Aécio
Aetna {prop} (Sicilian nymph) :: Etna {f}
Aetna {prop} (ancient Sicilian city) :: Etna {f}
Aetolia {prop} (region of Greece) :: Etólia {f}
Aetolian {adj} (of or relating to Aetolia) :: etólio
Aetolian {n} (native of Aetolia) :: etólio {m}
aetosaur {n} (any dinosaur of the order Aetosauria) :: aetossauro {m}
aeviternity {n} (midpoint between time and eternity) :: eviternidade {f}
afar {adv} (at, to or from a great distance) :: longe
Afar {prop} (language) :: afar {m}
afebrile {adj} (having no fever, without a fever) :: afebril
a few {determiner} (a small number of) :: alguns, uns
a few {pron} (a small number of things) :: um pouco
affability {n} (state or quality of being affable) :: afabilidade {f}
affable {adj} (friendly, courteous, sociable) :: afável {m} {f}
affably {adv} (in an affable manner) :: afavelmente
affair {n} (that which is done or is to be done) :: negócio {m}, afazer {m}
affair {n} (any proceeding or action which it is wished to refer to or characterize vaguely) :: assunto {m}, caso {m}, coisa {f}, negócio {m}
affair {n} (material object (vaguely designated)) :: negócio {m}
affair {n} (adulterous relationship) :: caso {m}
affect {v} (to influence or alter) :: afetar
affect {v} (to move to emotion) :: comover
affect {v} (to infect or harm) :: afetar
affect {v} (to make a false display of) :: fingir
affect {n} (psychology: feeling in response to a stimulus) :: afeto
affectability {n} (the condition of being affectable) :: afetabilidade {f}
affectable {adj} (able to be affected) :: afetável
affectation {n} (an attempt to assume or exhibit what is not natural or real) :: afetação {f}
affectation {n} (an unusual mannerism) :: afetação {f}
affected {adj} (resulting from a mostly negative physical effect) :: afetado
affectedly {adv} (in an affected manner) :: afetadamente
affecter {n} (person who affects to know or be something) :: afetador {m}
affection {n} (act of affecting) :: afetação {f}
affection {n} (any emotion) :: afeição {f}
affection {n} (feeling of love or strong attachment) :: afeição {f}, afeto {m}
affection {n} (morbid symptom) :: afecção {f}
affectionate {adj} (loving) :: afetuoso
affectionate {adj} (indicating love) :: afetuoso, carinhoso
affectionately {adv} (in an affectionate manner) :: afetuosamente, carinhosamente
affectionless {adj} (without affection) :: inafetivo
affectionlessness {n} (the condition of being affectionless) :: inafetividade {f}
affective {adj} (relating to, resulting from, or influenced by the emotions) :: afetivo
affective disorder {n} (disorder) :: transtorno afetivo {m}
affectively {adv} (in an affective way) :: afetivamente
Affenpinscher {n} (Affenpinscher) :: Affenpinscher {m}
afference {n} (brain’s reception of signals from the body) :: aferência {f}
afferent {adj} (Carrying towards) :: aferente
affidavit {n} (legal, signed document wherein an affiant makes a sworn statement) :: affidavit {m}
affiliable {adj} (capable of being affiliated to or on) :: filiável
affiliate {v} (to adopt) SEE: adopt ::
affiliate {v} (to attach (to) or unite (with)) :: afiliar, filiar
affiliated {adj} (associated, related or united) :: afiliado
affiliate marketing {n} (form of marketing where an advertiser uses an affiliate network) :: marketing de afiliados {m}
affiliation {n} (The relationship resulting from affiliating one thing with another) :: afiliação {f}, filiação {f}
affiliative {adj} (tending to promote social cohesion) :: afiliativo
affination {n} (process in which molasses is removed from sugar) :: refinação {f}
affine {n} (in-law) SEE: in-law ::
affine {adj} (pertaining to a kind of function that generalises a linear transformation) :: afim
affinity {n} (natural attraction for something) :: afinidade {f}
affinity {n} (family relationship through marriage of a relative) :: afinidade {f}
affinity {n} (kinsman or kinswoman of such relationship) :: afim {m} {f}
affinity {n} (passionate love for something) :: afinidade {f}
affinity {n} (attraction between atoms) :: afinidade
affinity {n} (attraction between an antibody and an antigen) :: afinidade
affirm {v} (to agree with or verify) :: afirmar
affirm {v} (to support or encourage) :: afirmar
affirmability {n} (the quality of being affirmable) :: afirmabilidade {f}
affirmable {adj} (able to be affirmed) :: afirmável
affirmance {n} (affirmation) SEE: affirmation ::
affirmant {n} (one who affirms) :: afirmante {m} {f}
affirmation {n} (that which is affirmed) :: afirmação {f}
affirmative {adj} (pertaining to truth) :: afirmativo, positivo
affirmative {n} (answer that shows agreement or acceptance) :: afirmativa {f}
affirmatively {adv} (In an affirming manner) :: afirmativamente
affirmativeness {n} (the property of being affirmative) :: afirmatividade {f}
affirmer {n} (one who affirms) :: afirmador {m}
affirmingly {adv} (in an affirming manner) :: afirmadoramente
affix {n} (that which is affixed) :: afixo {m}
affix {n} (linguistics: a bound morpheme added to a word’s stem) :: afixo {m}
affix {v} (to attach) :: afixar
affix {n} (suffix) SEE: suffix ::
affixal {adj} (as an affix) :: afixal
affixation {n} (addition of an affix) :: afixação {f}
affixoid {n} (regular word that also works as an affix) :: afixoide {m}
afflict {v} (To cause pain to) :: afligir
afflictedly {adv} (under a burden of affliction) :: aflitamente
affliction {n} (a state of pain, suffering, distress or agony) :: aflição {f}
afflictive {adj} (that causes physical or mental pain) :: aflitivo
afflictively {adv} (in an afflictive manner) :: aflitivamente
affluence {n} (abundance of wealth) :: afluência {f}
affluent {adj} (abundant) :: afluente
affluent {adj} (abounding in goods or riches; materially wealthy) :: afluente
affluent {n} (tributary) SEE: tributary ::
affluently {adv} (in an affluent manner) :: afluentemente
afford {v} (to incur, stand, or bear) :: conseguir pagar, lidar
afford {v} (to offer, provide, or supply) :: prover, agraciar
afford {v} (to provide; furnish) :: fornecer, fornecer
affordability {n} (the extent to which something is affordable) :: acessibilidade {f}
affordable {adj} (able to be afforded) :: acessível
afforest {v} (make into a forest) :: florestar
afforestation {n} (creating a forest) :: aflorestamento {m}, florestamento {m}
affray {n} (a sudden assault or quarrel) :: briga {f}, rixa {f}, desordem {f}, tumulto {m}, motim {m}
affreight {v} (to hire for the transportation of freight) :: fretar
affreightment {n} (hire a vessel for cargo) :: afretamento {m}
affricate {n} (sound) :: africada {f}
affrication {n} (the process of becoming an affricate) :: africação {f}
affront {v} (to insult intentionally, especially openly) :: afrontar
affront {v} (to meet defiantly; confront) :: afrontar, encarar
affront {n} (open or intentional offense, slight, or insult) :: afronta {f}
affronter {n} (someone who affronts) :: afrontador {m}
affusion {n} (pouring of liquid) :: afusão {f}
Afghan {n} (person from Afghanistan) :: afegão {m}
Afghan {prop} (Pashto language) :: afegão
Afghan {adj} (pertaining to Afghanistan) :: afegão
Afghan hound {n} (Afghan Hound) SEE: Afghan Hound ::
Afghan Hound {n} (Afghan Hound) :: galgo afegão {m}
Afghani {n} (citizen or native of Afghanistan) SEE: Afghan ::
Afghani {adj} (relating to Afghanistan) SEE: Afghan ::
Afghanistan {prop} (country) :: Afeganistão {m}
Afghanistani {n} (Afghanistani) :: afegão {m}
Afghanistani {adj} (Afghanistani) :: afegão {m}
Afghanize {v} (to cause to have an Afghani character) :: afeganizar
afibrinogenemia {n} (a blood disorder in which the blood does not clot normally) :: afibrinogenemia {f}
Aflao {prop} (city in Ghana) :: Aflao {f}
aflatoxicosis {n} (a disease caused by aflatoxin) :: aflatoxicose {f}
aflatoxin {n} (poison) :: aflatoxina {f}
afloat {adv} (floating) :: flutuante
aflutter {adj} (in a state of excited anticipation) :: tremulante
afocal {adj} (having a focal point at infinity) :: afocal
afoot {adv} (means of locomotion, walking) :: a pé
afoot {adv} (support of the body, standing) :: de pé
aforementioned {adj} (previously mentioned) :: supracitado, sobredito, mencionado
aforementioned {n} (one or ones mentioned previously) :: supracitado {m}, sobredito {m}, acima mencionado {m}
afoul {adv} (in a state of entanglement or conflict (with)) :: em conflito com, de encontro a, contra
afoxe {n} (genre of Afro-Brazilian music) :: afoxé {m}
afraid {adj} (impressed with fear or apprehension; in fear; apprehensive) :: com medo
afraid {adj} ((colloquial, to be afraid) regretful, sorry) :: temer [to be afraid]
Africa {prop} (continent south of Europe) :: África {f}
Africa-Eurasia {prop} (Afro-Eurasia) SEE: Afro-Eurasia ::
African {adj} (Of or pertaining to Africa) :: africano
African {n} (a native of Africa) :: africano {m}, africana {f}
African American {adj} (African-American) SEE: African-American ::
African American {n} (African-American) SEE: African-American ::
African-American {adj} (American and black) :: afro-americano
African-American {n} (A black American) :: afro-americano {m}, afro-americana {f}
African-American Vernacular English {prop} (variation of Modern English spoken by African-Americans) :: vernáculo afro-americano {m}
African buffalo {n} (large bovid) :: búfalo africano {m}, búfalo cafre {m}, búfalo do Cabo {m}
African elephant {n} (Loxodonta africana or Loxodonta cyclotis found in Africa) :: elefante africano {m}
African forest elephant {n} (Loxodonta cyclotis) :: elefante da floresta {m}
African hunting dog {n} (Lycaon pictus) :: cão selvagem africano {m}, mabeco {m} [Angola]
Africanism {n} (Eurocentric representation of Africans) :: africanismo {m}
Africanist {n} (a specialist in African studies) :: africanista {m} {f}
Africanization {n} (the act or process of Africanizing) :: africanização {f}
Africanize {v} (to make African) :: africanizar
African mahogany {n} (tree of the genus Khaya) :: mogno africano {m}
Africanness {n} (the state or quality of being African) :: africanidade {f}
African penguin {n} (Spheniscus demersus) :: pinguim africano {m}
African savannah elephant {n} (Loxodonta africana) :: elefante da savana {m}
African Union {prop} (multinational organisation) :: União Africana {f}
African violet {n} (perennial plant of the genus Saintpaulia) :: violeta africana {f}
African wildcat {n} (Felis silvestris lybica) :: gato selvagem africano {m}
African wild dog {n} (Lycaon pictus) SEE: African hunting dog ::
a friend in need is a friend indeed {proverb} (someone who helps you in your time of need is a real friend) :: amigo na necessidade é amigo de verdade
Afrikaans {prop} (language) :: africâner [Brazil], africânder [Portugal]
Afrikaans {adj} (of or pertaining to the Afrikaans language) :: africânder
Afrikaans {prop} (Afrikaner) SEE: Afrikaner ::
Afrikaner {n} (member of ethnic group) :: africâner {m} {f}, africânder {m} {f}
afro {n} (hairstyle) :: afro {m}, black power {m}
Afro- {prefix} (African) :: afro-
Afro-American {n} (African-American) SEE: African-American ::
Afro-American {adj} (African-American) SEE: African-American ::
afrobeat {n} (a fusion of jazz and funk from Nigeria) :: afrobeat {m}
Afro-Brazilian {adj} (Brazilian and of African roots) :: afro-brasileiro {m} {f}
Afrocentric {adj} (focusing on black African people) :: afrocêntrico, afrocentrista
Afrocentrism {n} (black African ethnocentrism) :: afrocentrismo {m}
Afro-Eurasia {prop} (supercontinent) :: Eurafrásia
Afrophobia {n} (the fear, hate or dislike of Africans) :: afrofobia {f}
Afropop {n} (pop music of Africa) :: afropop {m}
Afrotropical {adj} (belonging to the Afrotropic ecozone) :: afrotropical
after {adv} (behind; later in time; following) :: depois
after {prep} (subsequently; following in time; later than) :: depois de
after {prep} (behind) :: atrás de
after {prep} (in pursuit of, seeking) :: atrás de
after {prep} (in allusion to, in imitation of; following or referencing) :: por, segundo
after {prep} (next in importance or rank) :: atrás de, depois de
after {prep} (as a result of) :: devido a, por causa de
after {prep} (in spite of) :: apesar de
after {conj} (Signifies that the action of its clause takes place before the action of the other clause) :: depois de
after all {prep} (in the end; anyway) :: afinal
afterbirth {n} (material expelled after childbirth) :: secundinas {f-p}
afterburner {n} (a device in a turbojet engine which injects fuel into the exhaust system to increase the thrust) :: pós-combustor {m}
afterburning {n} (injection of extra fuel into a jet engine) :: pós-combustão {f}
after dark {prep} (after nightfall, at night) :: após o anoitecer
after-effect {n} (after-effect) SEE: aftereffect ::
aftereffect {n} (delayed effect) :: efeito posterior {m}, sequela {f} [especially of a disease or accident], pós-efeito {m} [chiefly in pharmacology]
afterlife {n} (life after death) :: vida após a morte {f}, além {m}, além-túmulo {m}, ultravida {f}, outro mundo {m}, submundo {m}
aftermarket {n} (market) :: aftermarket {m}
aftermarket {n} (trading activity) :: aftermarket {m}
aftermath {n} (that which happens after, that which follows) :: resultado {m}, rescaldo
afternoon {n} (part of the day between noon and evening) :: tarde {f}
afternoon tea {n} (formal afternoon meal) :: chá das cinco {m}, chá da tarde {m}
afternoon tea {n} (light meal or snack taken in the mid to late afternoon) :: chá da tarde {m}
aftershave {n} (lotion, gel or liquid) :: pós-barba {m}
aftershock {n} (earthquake that follows in the same vicinity as another) :: réplica {f}
aftertaste {n} (The persistence of the taste of something no longer present) :: retrogosto {m}
afterward {adv} (afterwards) SEE: afterwards ::
afterwards {adv} (at a later or succeeding time) :: depois, mais tarde, em seguida
afterwardsness {n} (the concept that an earlier event in one's life can later acquire a meaning) :: posterioridade {f}
afterword {n} (appendix) SEE: appendix ::
afterword {n} (postscript) SEE: postscript ::
afterword {n} (epilogue) :: posfácio {m}
Afula {prop} (town in northern Israel) :: Afula {f}
again {adv} (back to a former place or state) :: de volta
again {adv} (another time) :: de novo, outra vez, novamente
again {adv} (used in a question to ask something one has forgotten) :: mesmo
again and again {adv} (repeatedly) :: o tempo inteiro
against {prep} (in a contrary direction to) :: contra
against {prep} (close to) :: perto de
against {prep} (in front of; before a background) :: defronte, diante de
against {prep} (in physical contact with) :: contra
against {prep} (in opposition to) :: contra
against {prep} (in contrast or comparison with) :: em relação a
against {prep} (in competition with) :: contra
against {prep} (in exchange for) :: por
against {prep} (as protection from) :: contra
against all odds {prep} (despite seemingly insurmountable opposition or probability) :: contra todas as expectativas
against the clock {prep} (in a time-restricted manner) :: contra o relógio
against the grain {prep} (contrary to what is expected.) :: contra a maré, contra a corrente
against the grain {prep} (unwillingly, reluctantly) :: a contragosto
Aga Khan {n} (leader of the Ismailis) :: Aga Khan {m}
agalactia {n} (failure of a mother to produce sufficient milk following childbirth) :: agalactia {f}, agalaxia {f}
agalactorrhea {n} (disease) SEE: agalactia ::
agalloch {n} (soft, aromatic, resinous wood of Aquilaria malaccensis) SEE: agarwood ::
agalmatolite {n} (soft, compact stone) :: agalmatolita {f}
agama {n} (lizard of the subfamily Agaminae) :: agama {m}
Agamemnon {prop} (Greek hero) :: Agamenão, Agamenon, Agamemnon, Agamêmnon
agami {n} (a South American bird, Psophia crepitans) :: agami {m}, jacamim {m}
agamic {adj} (occurring without the union of male and female gametes) :: agâmico
agamically {adv} (in an agamic manner) :: agamicamente
agammaglobulinemia {n} (condition in which gammaglobulins are absent from the blood) :: agamaglobulinemia {f}
agamospermy {n} (asexual production of embryos and seeds) :: agamospermia {f}
aganglionic {adj} (without ganglia) :: agangliónico [Portugal], agangliônico [Brazil]
aganglionosis {n} (absence of ganglia) :: aganglionose {f}
agapanthus {n} (any member of the genus Agapanthus of flowering plants) :: agapanto {m}
agape {adj} (astonished) :: boquiaberto
agape {adj} (open) :: escancarado
agape {n} (asexual love) :: ágape {m}
agapism {n} (belief in selfless brotherly love) :: agapismo {m}
agar {n} (material) :: agar-agar
agaric {n} (any fungus having a cap with gills) :: agárico {m}
agaropectin {n} (part of agar that is not agarose) :: agaropectina {f}
agarophyte {n} (seaweed that produces agar) :: agarófita {f}
agarose {n} (polymeric cross-linked polysaccharide) :: agarose {f}
Agartala {prop} (capital of Tripura, India) :: Agartala {f}
Agartha {prop} (legendary city in the Earth's core) :: Agartha {f}, Agarta {f}
agarwood {n} (type of heartwood) :: calambac {m}, madeira de aloes {f}, calambuco {m}
Agastya {prop} (Vedic sage) :: Agastia {m}
agate {n} (mineral) :: ágata {f}
Agatha {prop} (female given name) :: Ágata {f}
agathological {adj} (pertaining to agathology) :: agatológico
agathology {n} (the science or theory of the good) :: agatologia {f}
agave {n} (genus) :: agave {m}
agbada {n} (robe worn by men in West Africa) :: abadá {m}
Agdistis {prop} (being in Greek Mythology) :: Agdistis
age {n} (century) SEE: century ::
age {n} (whole duration of a being) :: idade {f}
age {n} (one of the stages of life) :: idade {f}
age {n} (particular period of time in history) :: idade {f}, era {f}, época {f}
age {n} (great period in the history of the Earth) :: época {f}, era {f}, idade {f}
age {n} (generation, see also: generation) :: geração {f}
age {n} (a long time) :: era {f}
age {n} (part of the duration of a being or thing between its beginning and any given time) :: idade {f}
age {n} (advanced period of life; latter part of life) :: idade, velhice {f}
age {n} (time of life at which one attains full personal rights and capacities) :: maioridade {f}
age {v} (transitive: cause to grow old) :: envelhecer
age {v} (intransitive: become old) :: envelhecer
-age {suffix} (collection or appurtenance) :: -agem {f}
-age {suffix} (process, action or result) :: -agem {f}, -ção {f}, -mento {m}
-age {suffix} (state or relationship) :: -agem {f}, -ção {f}
-age {suffix} (place) :: -ato {m}
-age {suffix} (charge, toll or fee) :: -ágio {m}
-age {suffix} (rate) :: -agem {f}
agedly {adv} (in an aged manner) :: envelhecidamente
ageful {n} (eternity) SEE: eternity ::
ageful {adj} (aged, old) SEE: elderly ::
age group {n} (demographic grouping based on age) :: faixa etária {f}
ageism {n} (the treating of a person or people differently from others based on assumptions or stereotypes relating to their age) :: idadismo {m}
agelast {n} (one who never laughs) :: agelasta {m} {f}
agelastic {adj} (who does not laugh) :: agelasta
agency {n} (place of business of an agent) :: agência {f}
agency {n} (government office) :: agência
agency {n} (agent) SEE: agent ::
agenda {n} (temporally organized plan) :: programa {m}
agenda {n} (list of matters to be taken up) :: pauta {f}
agenesis {n} (imperfect development of the body) :: agenesia {f}
agent {n} (one who exerts power) :: agente {m}
agent {n} (one who acts in place of another) :: agente {m}
agent {n} (active power or cause) :: agente {m}
agent {n} (computing: part of the system that performs action on behalf of a client or server) :: agente {m}
agential {adj} (pertaining to an agent or an agency) :: agencial
agentive {adj} (indicating an agent) :: agentivo
agentivity {n} (the state or condition of being agentive) :: agentividade {f}
Agent Orange {prop} (herbicide) :: agente laranja {m}
agent provocateur {n} (a person who disrupts a group's activities from within) :: agente provocador {m}
age of consent {n} (an age at which one is legally mature enough to have sex) :: idade de consentimento
Age of Enlightenment {prop} (period of history) :: Iluminismo {m}
age of majority {n} (age at which the rights and privileges of an adult are legally granted) :: maioridade {f}
ageratum {n} (any of the genus Ageratum of tropical American herbs) :: agerato {m}
Agesilaus {prop} (king of Sparta) :: Agesilau {m}
ageusia {n} (loss of the sense of taste) :: ageusia {f}, ageustia {f}
Aggadah {n} (parable that demonstrates a point of the Law in the Talmud) :: agadá {f}
aggadic {adj} (pertaining to the Aggadah) :: agádico
aggiornamento {n} (reform of some teachings of Roman Catholic Church in 1962-65) :: aggiornamento {m}, agiornamento {m}
agglomeration {n} (act of collecting in a mass) :: aglomeração {f}
agglomeration {n} (state of being collected in a mass) :: aglomeração {f}
agglomerative {adj} (tending to agglomerate) :: aglomerativo, aglomerador
agglomerator {n} (device that agglomerates material) :: aglomerador {m}
agglutin {n} (any antibody that causes agglutination of cells) :: aglutina {f}
agglutinant {adj} (causing to agglutinate) :: aglutinante
agglutinant {n} (substance which causes agglutination) :: aglutinante {m}
agglutinate {adj} (united with or as with glue) :: aglutinado
agglutinate {adj} (linguistics: consisting of root words combined with affixes) :: aglutinado
agglutinate {v} (to unite with or as with glue) :: aglutinar
agglutinate {v} (linguistics: to form through agglutination) :: aglutinar
agglutination {n} (act of uniting by glue or other tenacious substance) :: aglutinação {f}
agglutination {n} (combination in which root words are united with little or no change of form or loss of meaning) :: aglutinação {f}
agglutination {n} (clumping together of red blood cells or bacteria) :: aglutinação {f}
agglutinative {adj} (sticky) :: grudento, adesivo
agglutinative {adj} (having words derived by combining parts) :: aglutinativo
agglutinin {n} (substance that causes cells to clump) :: aglutinina {f}
agglutinogen {n} (antigen) :: aglutinógeno {m}
aggradation {n} (increase in land elevation due to the deposition of sediment) :: agradação {f}
aggradational {adj} (pertaining to or formed by aggradation) :: agradacional
aggrandize {v} (make great or greater in power, rank, honor, or wealth) :: engrandecer
aggrandizement {n} (the act of aggrandizing) :: engrandecimento {m}
aggravate {v} (To make worse, or more severe) :: agravar
aggravate {v} (To exasperate; to provoke; to irritate) :: abusar, provocar
aggravatedly {adv} (in an aggravated manner) :: agravadamente
aggravatingly {adv} (in an aggravating manner) :: agravantemente
aggravation {n} (act of aggravating) :: agravamento {m}, agravação {f}, agravo {m}
aggravation {n} (extrinsic circumstance or accident which increases the guilt of a crime or the misery of a calamity) :: agravante {m}
aggravative {adj} (tending to aggravate) :: agravante
aggravator {n} (one who or that which aggravates) :: agravador {m}
aggrecan {n} (a proteoglycan that is a major component of cartilage) :: agrecano {m}
aggrecanase {n} (proteolytic enzyme that acts on aggrecans) :: agrecanase {f}
aggregability {n} (tendency to aggregate) :: agregabilidade {f}
aggregatable {adj} (able to be aggregated) :: agregável
aggregate {n} (a mass, assemblage, or sum of particulars) :: agregado {m}
aggregate {n} (a mass formed by the union of homogeneous particles) :: agregado {m}
aggregate {n} (any of the five aspects constituting the sentient being in Buddhism) :: agregado
aggregate {v} (To bring together; to collect into a mass or sum) :: agregar, juntar
aggregate {v} (To add or unite, as, a person, to an association) :: agregar
aggregate function {n} (function that takes input from various rows) :: função agregada {f}
aggregately {adv} (collectively; in mass) :: agregadamente
aggregation {n} (The act of aggregating, or the state of being aggregated) :: agregação {f}
aggregation {n} (collection into a mass or sum) :: agregação {f}
aggregative {adj} (by or of aggregation) :: agregativo
aggregator {n} (something that aggregates) :: agregador {m}
aggregator {n} (feed reader) :: agregador {m}
aggregometer {n} (device used to measure the adhesive aggregation of platelets) :: agregómetro {m} [Portugal], agregômetro {m} [Brazil]
aggresome {n} (proteinaceous inclusion body that forms when cellular degradation machinery is impaired) :: agressoma {m}
aggressin {n} (substance that enhances the virulence of the bacteria) :: agressina {f}
aggression {n} (act of initiating hostilities or invasion) :: agressão {f}
aggression {n} (the practice or habit of launching attacks) :: agressão {f}
aggression {n} (hostile or destructive behavior or actions) :: agressão {f}
aggressive {adj} (tending or disposed to aggress) :: agressivo
aggressively {adv} (in an aggressive manner) :: agressivamente
aggressiveness {n} (state or quality being aggressive) :: agressividade {f}
aggressor {n} (the person or country that first attacks or makes an aggression) :: agressor {m}
agha {n} (an honorific for high officials used in Turkey and certain Muslim countries) :: agá {m}
aghast {adj} (terrified) :: pasmo {m}
Aghori {prop} (an order of Hindu ascetics) :: aghori
agile {adj} (having the faculty of quick motion in the limbs) :: ágil
agilely {adv} (in an agile manner) :: agilmente
agility {n} (quality of being agile) :: agilidade {f}
aging {n} (the process of becoming older or more mature) :: envelhecimento {m}
aging {n} (the deliberate process of making something (such as an antique) appear older than it is) :: envelhecimento {m}
agio {n} (premium or percentage on a better sort of money when it is given in exchange for an inferior sort) :: ágio {m}
agitable {adj} (easily agitated) :: agitável
agitate {v} (to move with a violent, irregular action) :: agitar
agitate {v} (to move or actuate) :: agitar
agitate {v} (to stir up, to disturb or excite) :: agitar
agitatedly {adv} (in an agitated manner) :: agitadamente
agitation {n} (act of agitating) :: agitação {f}
agitation {n} (a stirring; a disturbance of tranquility) :: agitação {f}
agitative {adj} (tending to agitate) :: agitativo
agitato {adj} (played in a restless agitated style) :: agitato, agitado
agitator {n} (one who agitates) :: agitador {m}
agitprop {n} (political propaganda) :: agitprop {m}
Aglaia {prop} (female given name) :: Aglaia {f}
aglet {n} (catkin) SEE: catkin ::
aglet {n} (cover of a shoelace) SEE: aiglet ::
aglossal {adj} (having no tongue) :: aglosso
aglycone {n} (non-sugar fragment of a glycoside) :: aglicona {f}
aglycosuria {n} (absence of sugar in the blood) :: aglicosúria {f}
aglycosuric {adj} (having or relating to aglycosuria) :: aglicosúrico
aglyphous {adj} (of a snake: whose teeth are not specialized) :: áglifo
agmatine {n} (amine which is a decarboxylation product of arginine) :: agmatina {f}
agminate {adj} (biology: grouped together) :: agminado
agnate {n} (relative whose relation is traced only through male members of the family) :: agnato {m}
agnathan {n} (member of the superclass Agnatha of jawless vertebrates) :: agnato {m}
agnathia {n} (birth defect) :: agnatia {f}
agnatic {adj} (of the male bloodline) :: agnático
agnatically {adv} (by means of agnation) :: agnaticamente
agnation {n} (consanguinity by a line of males) :: agnação {f}
Agnes {prop} (female given name) :: Inês {f}
Agni {prop} (Hindu deity) :: Agni {m}
agnomen {n} (additional cognomen given, as an honour, to a Roman citizen) :: agnome {m}
agnosia {n} (inability to recognize objects) :: agnosia {f}
agnosis {n} (lack, denial or indifference to knowledge) :: agnose {f}
agnostic {adj} (of or relating to agnosticism) :: agnóstico
agnostic {n} (one who holds to a form of agnosticism.) :: agnóstico {m}, agnóstica {f}
agnostically {adv} (in an agnostic manner) :: agnosticamente
agnosticism {n} (view that the existence of a God or gods is unknown, unknowable, unproven, or unprovable) :: agnosticismo {m}
agnus castus {n} (chaste tree) SEE: chaste tree ::
Agnus Dei {n} (part of the Mass; music to which it is set) :: agnus dei {m}
ago {adv} (past; gone by; since) :: , atrás, faz
agog {adj} (in eager desire) :: ansioso, curioso
agog {adv} (in a state of high anticipation) :: ansiosamente
agogic {n} :: acento agógico {m}
agogo bell {n} (percussion instrument consisting of two or three small conical bells) :: agogô {m}
-agogue {suffix} (someone who leads) :: -agogo {m}
agomelatine {n} (drug) :: agomelatina {f}
agon {n} (a struggle or contest) :: agon {m}
agonism {n} (relationship between an agonist and a receptor) :: agonismo {m}
agonist {n} (someone involved in a contest or battle) :: agonista {m} {f}
agonist {n} (a muscle that contracts while another relaxes) :: agonista {m}
agonist {n} (molecule that can combine with a receptor on a cell) :: agonista {m}
agonistarch {n} (one who trained persons to compete in public games and contests) :: agonistarca {m} {f}
agonistic {adj} (characterised by conflict or hostility) :: agonístico
agonize {v} (to writhe with agony; to suffer violent anguish.) :: agonizar
agonizedly {adv} (in an agonized manner) :: agonizadamente
agonizer {n} (one who agonizes) :: agonizante {m} {f}
agonizing {adj} (causing agony) :: agonizante
agonizingly {adv} (in a way that causes agony) :: agonizantemente
agonothete {n} (officer who presided over the great public games in Ancient Greece) :: agonoteta {m} {f}
agony {n} (violent contest or striving) :: agonia {f}
agony {n} (extreme pain of mind or body) :: agonia {f}
agony {n} (last struggle of life) :: agonia {f}
agora {n} (a marketplace) :: ágora {f}
agoraphobe {n} (someone who suffers from agoraphobia) :: agoráfobo {m}
agoraphobia {n} (fear of open spaces) :: agorafobia {f}
agoraphobic {n} (one who suffers from agoraphobia) :: agoráfobo {m}
agoraphobic {adj} (pertaining to agoraphobia) :: agorafóbico
agorism {n} (philosophy that advocates the creation of a voluntaryist society through counter-economics) :: agorismo {m}
agouti {n} (a rodent similar in appearance to a guinea pig but having longer legs) :: cutia {f}
AGP {n} (computing: accelerated graphics port) :: AGP
Agra {prop} (city in India) :: Agra {f}
agrammatic {adj} (pertaining to or afflicted by agrammatism) :: agramático
agrammatism {n} (inability to form sentences) :: agramatismo {m}
agranular {adj} (lacking granules) :: agranular
agranulocyte {n} (white blood cell characterised by the absence of granules in its cytoplasm) :: agranulócito {m}
agranulocytic {adj} (relating to agranulocytes) :: agranulocítico
agranulocytosis {n} (acute condition) :: agranulocitose {f}
agraphia {n} (loss of writing ability) :: agrafia {f}
agrarian {adj} (relating to the cultivation of land) :: agrário
agrarianism {n} (philosophy that advocates an equitable distribution of land) :: agrarismo {m}
agrarianness {n} (the quality of being agrarian) :: agrariedade {f}
agree {v} (harmonize in opinion; be in unison or concord; be united; concur) :: concordar, estar de acordo
agree {v} (to yield assent, to accede) :: aceitar
agree {v} (to come to terms or to a common resolve) :: concordar
agree {v} (to resemble, coincide, correspond) :: concordar
agree {v} (grammar: to correspond in gender, number, case, person, etc.) :: concordar
agreeable {adj} (pleasing) :: agradável
agreeably {adv} (in an agreeable manner) :: agradavelmente
agreed {interj} (interjection that expresses agreement) :: de acordo, concordo
agreement {n} (understanding to follow a course of conduct) :: consenso {m}, acordo {m}, pacto {m}
agreement {n} (state whereby several parties share a view) :: acordo {m}
agreement {n} (legally binding contract) :: contrato {m}
agreement {n} (grammatical agreement) :: concordância {f}
agreer {n} (person who agrees) :: concordante {m} {f}
agree to disagree {v} (tolerate one another's opinion and stop arguing) :: concordar em discordar
agri- {prefix} (denoting agriculture) :: agro-, agri-
agribiotechnology {n} (application of biotechnology to agriculture) :: agrobiotecnologia {f}
agribusiness {n} (big business connected to agriculture) :: agronegócio {m}
agribusinessman {n} (businessman involved in agribusiness) :: agronegociante {m} {f}
agricultural {adj} (of or pertaining to agriculture) :: agrícola {m} {f}
agriculturalization {n} (the process of agriculturalizing) :: agriculturização {f}, agriculturalização {f}
agriculturally {adv} (in a manner pertaining to agriculture) :: agricolamente
agriculture {n} (the art or science of cultivating the ground) :: agricultura {f}
agriculturist {n} (one who practices agriculture, a farmer, a gardener) :: agricultor {m}
agriculturist {adj} (of or pertaining to agriculture or agriculturists) :: agrícola
Agrigento {prop} (province and city in Sicily) :: Agrigento {f}
agrimony {n} (plant of the genus Agrimonia) :: agrimónia {f} [Portugal], agrimônia {f} [Brazil]
agriproduct {n} (any product of agriculture) :: agroproduto {m}
agrisystem {n} (agricultural system) :: agrossistema {m}
agritourism {n} (tourism in which tourists stay in farms) :: agroturismo {m}, agriturismo {m}
agro- {prefix} (agriculture) :: agro-
agrobacterium {n} (soil bacterium of the genus Agrobacterium) :: agrobactéria {f}
agrobiologic {adj} (of or pertaining to agrobiology) :: agrobiológico
agrobiology {n} (the science of plant life and nutrition) :: agrobiologia {f}
agrobiotechnological {adj} :: agrobiotecnológico
agrobiotechnology {n} (the application of biotechnology to agriculture) :: agrobiotecnologia {f}
agrochemical {adj} (relating to agrochemistry) :: agroquímico
agrochemist {n} (chemist who works in the field of agrochemistry) :: agroquímico {m}
agrochemistry {n} (branch of chemistry) :: agroquímica {f}
agroclimatic {adj} (relating to agriculture and climate) :: agroclimático
agroecological {adj} (pertaining to agroecology) :: agroecológico
agroecology {n} (agricultural ecology) :: agroecologia {f}
agroeconomic {adj} (economics of agriculture) :: agroeconómico [Portugal], agroeconômico [Brazil]
agroecosystem {n} (conceptual model of an agricultural system) :: agroecossistema {m}
agroforest {n} (forest used for agroforestry) :: agrofloresta {f}
agrofuel {n} (any biofuel produced by agricultural means) :: agrocombustível {m}
agroindustrial {adj} :: agroindustrial
agroindustry {n} :: agroindústria {f}
agrometeorological {adj} (relating to agrometeorology) :: agrometeorológico
agrometeorology {n} (branch of meteorology dealing with agriculture) :: agrometeorologia {f}
agronomic {adj} (of or pertaining to agronomy) :: agronómico [Portugal], agronômico [Brazil]
agronomically {adv} (with reference to agronomics) :: agronomicamente
agronomist {n} (scientist specialized in agronomy) :: agrónomo {m} [Portugal], agrônomo {m} [Brazil]
agronomy {n} (science of utilizing plants, animals, and soils for food, fuel, feed and more) :: agronomia {f}
agropastoral {adj} (based upon agriculture and the rearing of sheep) :: agropastoril
agrosilvopastoral {adj} (relating to crops, forestry and the pasturage of animals) :: agrossilvopastoril
agrostological {adj} (pertaining to agrostology) :: agrostológico
agrostologist {n} (one who studies agrostology) :: agrostólogo {m}
agrostology {n} (study of grasses) :: agrostologia {f}
agrotechnical {adj} (relating to agrotechnology) :: agrotécnico
agrotechnician {n} (agrotechnology worker) :: agrotecnólogo {m}
agrotechnology {n} (the application of modern technology to agriculture) :: agrotecnologia {f}
agroterrorism {n} (terrorism designed to damage the agriculture of a state) :: agroterrorismo {m}
Aguaruna {prop} (Jivaroan language spoken in Peru) :: aguaruna {m}
Aguascalientes {prop} (city in Mexico) :: Aguascalientes {f}
ague {n} (malaria) SEE: malaria ::
agyria {n} (smooth brain in cases of lissencephaly) :: agiria {f}
ah {interj} (an expression) :: ah
aha {interj} (exclamation of understanding, realization, invention, or recognition) :: ahá
Ahab {prop} (biblical king of Israel) :: Acabe {m}, Acab {m}
ahamkara {n} (attachment to the ego in Hinduism) :: ahamkara {m}
Ahasuerus {prop} (biblical king of Persia) :: Assuero {m}, Ahasverus {m}, Aasvero {m}, Ahasvero {m}, Assuerus {m}, Aasverus {m}
Ahaz {prop} (biblical king of Judah) :: Acaz {m}
ahead {adv} (in or to the front) :: à frente [in the front], para frente [to the front]
ahead of one's time {prep} (in advance of commonly accepted ideas) :: à frente de seu tempo
ahimsa {n} (doctrine of non-violence in Jainism, Hinduism and Buddhism) :: ahimsa {m} {f}
ahistorical {adj} (lacking historical perspective) :: anistórico, aistórico
ahistorically {adv} (in an ahistorical way) :: anistoricamente, aistoricamente
Ahmadiyya {n} (member of Islamic denomination founded by Mirza Ghulam Ahmed) :: Ahmadia {f}, Ahmadiyya {f}
Ahmedabad {prop} (city in India) :: Ahmedabad {f}
Ah Puch {prop} (personification of death in Maya mythology) :: Ah Puch {m}
Ahriman {prop} (the hypostasis of chaos, destruction, evil in Zoroastrianism) :: Arimã, Arimane
Ahrimanic {adj} (of or relating to Ahriman) :: arimânico
ahu {n} (stone platform for moai) :: ahu {m}
Ahura Mazda {prop} (the one God of Zoroaster) :: Ahura Mazda {m}
Ai {prop} (Canaanite royal city mentioned in the Book of Joshua) :: Ai {f}
Ai {prop} (city mentioned in the Book of Jeremiah) :: Ai {f}
AI {prop} (artificial intelligence) :: IA {f}
Aicardi syndrome {prop} (a rare genetic malformation syndrome) :: síndrome de Aicardi {f}
Aichi {prop} (Aichi prefecture, in Southern central of Japan) :: Aichi {f}
aid {n} (help; succor; assistance; relief) :: ajuda {f}, auxílio {m}, socorro {m}
aid {n} (a person that promotes or helps in something being done; a helper) :: ajudante {mf}, auxiliar {mf}
aid {n} (something which helps; a material source of help) :: ajuda {f}, auxílio {m}
aid {v} (to support) :: ajudar, auxiliar
aid {n} (aide-de-camp) SEE: aide-de-camp ::
Aida {prop} (female given name) :: Aída
Aidan {prop} (male given name) :: Áidano {m}
aid climbing {n} (type of climbing) :: escalada artificial {f}
aide {n} (assistant) SEE: assistant ::
aide {n} (military: officer who acts as an assistant to a more senior one) SEE: aide-de-camp ::
aide-de-camp {n} (military officer) :: ajudante de campo {m}
aide-mémoire {n} :: pró-memória {m}
Aidos {prop} (Greek goddess of shame, modesty, and humility) :: Aedos
AIDS {n} (acquired immune deficiency syndrome) :: SIDA {m} {f}, AIDS {f}
aiglet {n} (tip on a ribbon or cord) :: agulheta {f}, ponteira {f}
aikido {n} (Japanese martial art) :: aikido {m}, aikidô {m}
aikidoka {n} (one who practices aikido) :: aikidoca {m} {f}
ail {v} (to cause to suffer) :: afligir
ail {v} (to be ill) :: estar doente/aflito
ailanthus {n} (any of several deciduous Asiatic trees of the genus Ailanthus) :: ailanto {m}
aileron {n} (Hinged part on trailing edge of airplane wing) :: aileron {m}
ailing {adj} (sick) :: doente, enfermo
ailment {n} (something which ails one; a disease; sickness) :: enfermidade {f}
ailuro- {prefix} (prefix meaning “cat”) :: eluro-, ailuro-
ailurophobia {n} (irrational fear or hatred for cats) :: elurofobia {f}, ailurofobia {f}, galeofobia {f}, gatofobia {f}, catufobia {f}
aim {n} (pointing of a weapon towards a particular point or object) :: pontaria {f}, mira {f}
aim {n} (point intended to be hit) :: alvo {m}
aim {n} (Intention; purpose) :: objetivo
aim {v} (to point or direct a missile weapon) :: mirar, apontar
aim {v} (to direct the intention or purpose) :: apontar, almejar
aimless {adj} (without aim) :: sem rumo
aimlessly {adv} (without an aim) :: sem rumo, à toa
Ain {prop} (département) :: Ain {m}
ainhum {n} (constriction of the base of the fifth toe) :: ainhum {m}
Ainu {n} (ethnic group) :: ainos {m-p}, ainus {m-p}
Ainu {adj} (pertaining to ethnic group or language) :: aino, ainu
Ainu {prop} (language) :: aino {m}, ainu {m}
aioli {n} (A type of sauce made from garlic, egg, lemon juice and olive oil) :: aioli {m}
air {v} (to bring into contact with the air) :: arejar
air {v} (to ventilate) :: ventilar
air {v} (to broadcast) :: transmitir
air {n} (historical: one of the basic elements) :: ar
air {n} (mixture of gases making up the atmosphere of the Earth) :: ar {m}
air {n} (music: a song, an aria) :: ária {f}
airan {n} (a Turkish and Altaic yoghurt drink) :: ayran {m}
airbag {n} (protective system in automobiles) :: airbag {m}
air base {n} (military airport) :: base aérea {f}
airbase {n} (airbase) SEE: air base ::
air bladder {n} (swim bladder) SEE: swim bladder ::
airboat {n} (flat-bottomed boat driven by an air propeller) :: aerobarco {m}
airborne {adj} (carried by the air) :: transportado pelo ar, aerotransportado
airborne {adj} (in flight) :: em voo, voante
airbridge {n} (link established by air transport) :: ponte aérea {f}
air bubble {n} (a small pocket of air) :: bolha de ar {f}
aircar {n} (car capable of flight) :: aerocarro {m}
air-condition {v} (to mechanically cool a space or an entire structure) :: climatizar
air conditioner {n} (a machine that is used to control temperature and humidity in an enclosed space) :: ar-condicionado {m}, condicionador de ar {m}
air conditioning {n} (the state of temperature and humidity produced by an air conditioner) :: ar condicionado {m}
air conditioning {n} (an air conditioner or system of air conditioners, see also: air conditioner) :: ar condicionado {m}
air corridor {n} (a route within which aircraft fly) :: corredor aéreo {m}
aircraft {n} (machine capable of atmospheric flight) :: aeronave {f}
aircraft carrier {n} (warship for launching aircraft) :: porta-aviões {m}
air cushion {n} (layer of trapped air) :: colchão de ar {m}
air cushion {n} (inflatable cushion) :: almofada inflável {f}
Airedale Terrier {n} (breed of large rough-haired dog) :: airedale {m} {f}
airfield {n} (place where airplanes can take off and land) :: aeródromo {m}
airfoil {n} (wing of an aircraft) SEE: wing ::
airfoil {n} (structure shaped to produce lift when moving in air) :: aerofólio {m}
air force {n} (branch of the military devoted to air warfare) :: força aérea {f}
air freshener {n} (device containing substances that neutralize unpleasant odours) :: ambientador {m}
air guitar {n} (imaginary guitar that a person pretends to play) :: air guitar {m} {f}
air gun {n} (gun that propels a projective by compressed air) :: arma de ar comprimido {f}
airhead {n} (having no brain) :: cabeça de vento
air hostess {n} (female flight attendant) SEE: stewardess ::
airing {n} (exposure to warm or fresh air) :: arejamento {m}
air lane {n} (air corridor) SEE: air corridor ::
airline {n} (company that flies airplanes) :: linha aérea {f}, companhia aérea {f}
airliner {n} (passenger aircraft) :: avião de passageiros {m}
airlock {n} (used to provide access to and from the sealed area) :: eclusa de ar {f}
airmail {n} (the system of conveying mail using aircraft) :: correio aéreo {m}
airmail {n} (the items of mail carried using aircraft) :: postagem aérea {f}
airman {n} (pilot) :: aviador {m}
airmass {n} (a body of air with uniform characteristics) :: massa de ar
airmobile {adj} (capable of being transported by air) :: aeromóvel
airplane {n} (powered aircraft) :: avião {m}, aeroplano {m}
airplane mode {n} (feature included on some cellular phones which disables the radio) :: modo avião {m}
airport {n} (place designated for airplanes) :: aeroporto {m}
air pressure {n} (atmospheric pressure) SEE: atmospheric pressure ::
air quote {n} (hand gesture) :: aspas no ar {f-p}
air-raid shelter {n} (reinforced underground shelter designed to give protection against air raids) :: abrigo antiaéreo {m}
air resistance {n} (friction that slows things moving through air) :: resistência do ar {f}
airship {n} (aircraft) SEE: aircraft ::
airship {n} (self-propelled lighter-than-air aircraft that can be steered) SEE: dirigible ::
airspace {n} (controlled portion of atmosphere) :: espaço aéreo {m}
airspace {n} (part of sky used by aircraft) :: espaço aéreo {m}
air strike {n} (attack by aircraft) :: ataque aéreo {m}
airstrip {n} (primitive aircraft landing field) :: pista de pouso {f}
air superiority {n} (dominance in the air power) :: superioridade aérea {f}
air ticket {n} (a pass entitling the holder to travel in an aeroplane) :: passagem de avião {f}
airtight {adj} (impermeable to air or other gases) :: hermético, impermeável
airtight {adj} (having no weak points or flaws) :: inexpugnável
airtightly {adv} (in an airtight manner) :: hermeticamente
airtightness {n} (the quality of being airtight) :: hermeticidade {f}
airtime {n} (duration of transmission) :: tempo de transmissão {m}
air traffic controller {n} (operator of air traffic control system) :: controlador de tráfego aéreo {m}
airway {n} (windpipe) SEE: windpipe ::
airway {n} (trachea) SEE: trachea ::
airwoman {n} (a female aviator) :: aviadora {f}
airworthiness {n} (the state of being airworthy) :: aeronavegabilidade {f}
airworthy {adj} (meeting standards for safe flight) :: aeronavegável
Airy equation {n} (the simplest second-order linear differential equation with a turning point) :: equação de Airy {f}
aisle {n} (wing of a building, notably in a church) :: nave {f}
aisle {n} (clear path through rows of seating) :: corredor {m}
aisle {n} (corridor in a supermarket) :: corredor {m}
aisle {n} (any path through obstructed space) :: passagem {f}
Aisne {prop} (département) :: Aisne {m}
Aisne {prop} (river) :: Aisne {m}
aitch {n} (name of the letter H, h) :: agá {m}
Aizu {prop} (region in western Fukushima prefecture) :: Aizu {f}
Ajaccio {prop} (capital city of Corsica) :: Ajaccio {f}
ajar {adv} (slightly turned or opened) :: entreaberto
ajar {adj} (slightly turned or opened) :: entreaberto
Ajax {prop} (either of two heroes of the Trojan War) :: Ájax {m}
ajmalicine {n} (an antihypertensive drug) :: ajmalicina {f}
ajmaline {n} (drug) :: ajmalina {f}
a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step {proverb} (a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step) :: uma viagem de mil milhas começa com um único passo
AK-47 {n} (Kalashnikov assault rifle) :: AK-47 {f}
AKA {adv} (also known as) :: TCC, também conhecido como, álias
Akan {prop} (Niger-Congo language) :: akan {m}
Akan {prop} (language group spoken in Ghana) :: akan {m}
Akashic Records {n} (spiritual records about everything that ever happened) :: Arquivos Acásicos {m-p}
akathisia {n} (sensation of restlessness characterized by an inability to sit still) :: acatisia {f}
Akawaio {prop} (A northern Carib language) :: akawaio {m}
Akhenaten {prop} (Pharaoh in 14th century BCE, founder of Atenism) :: Aquenáton
akimbo {adj} (with a crook or bend; with the hand on the hip and elbow turned outward) :: de mãos nas ancas {f-p}, de mãos à ilharga {f-p}
akimbo {adv} (with arms akimbo) :: com as mãos na cintura
akin {adj} (of the same kin; related by blood) :: semelhante {m} {f}
akin {adj} (of the same kind; similar) :: semelhante {m} {f}
akinesia {n} (loss of the ability to control muscles) :: acinesia {f}
akinesic {adj} (of or pertaining to akinesia) :: acinético
akinete {n} (a thick-walled, dormant cell found in cyanobacteria and green algae) :: acineto {m}
akinetic {adj} (akinesic) SEE: akinesic ::
Akita {prop} (city in Japan) :: Akita {f}
Akita {prop} (prefecture in Japan) :: Akita {f}
Akita {n} (Japanese dog breed) :: akita {m} {f}
Akkad {prop} (ancient kingdom of Mesopotamia) :: Acádia {f}
Akkad {prop} (capital city of the kingdom of Akkad) :: Acádia {f}
Akkadian {adj} (pertaining to the language) :: acadiano
Akkadian {prop} (Semitic language) :: acadiano {m}
Akkadian {n} (inhabitant of the Akkad region) :: acadiano {m}
Akkub {prop} (any of several minor characters in the Old Testament) :: Acube {m}
akratic {adj} (of, or relating to, akrasia) :: acrático
Akrotiri and Dhekelia {prop} (British overseas territory) :: Akrotiri e Dhekelia
Aksai Chin {prop} (part of Kashmir governed by China) :: Aksai Chin {m}
Aksumite {n} (native of the ancient Kingdom of Aksum) :: axumita {m} {f}, aksumita {m} {f}
Aksumitic {adj} (of, from or relating to the ancient Kingdom of Aksum) :: axumita {m} {f}, aksumita {m} {f}
Akureyri {prop} (city on the north coast of Iceland) :: Akureyri {f}
al {n} (Indian mulberry) SEE: Indian mulberry ::
Alaafin {n} (emperor of the Oyo Empire) :: alafim {m}
Alabama {prop} (U.S. State) :: Alabama {m}
Alabama {prop} (river) :: Alabama {m}
Alabama {prop} (tribe) :: alabama {m-p}
Alabama {prop} (language) :: alabama {m}
alabandite {n} (mineral form of manganese sulfide) :: alabandita {f}
alabarch {n} (chief magistrate of the Jews in Alexandria under the Ptolemies and Roman emperors) :: alabarca {m}
alabaster {n} (variety of gypsum) :: alabastro {m}
alabastrine {adj} (pertaining or similar to alabaster) :: alabastrino
alachlor {n} (a chloroacetanilide herbicide) :: alacloro {m}
alacrimia {n} (congenital inability to produce tears) :: alacrimia {f}
alacrity {n} (eagerness) :: alacridade {f}, alegria {f}, ânimo {m}
Aladdin {prop} (the Arabic tale) :: Aladim
Aladdin {prop} (the fictional young man) :: Aladim {m}
Alagille syndrome {n} (a genetic disorder) :: síndrome de Alagille {f}
Alagoas {prop} (state in north-eastern Brazil) :: Alagoas
alakazam {interj} (magic word used in conjuring) :: alakazam
alalia {n} (loss of the ability to speak) :: alalia {f}
Alamo {prop} (fort in San Antonio, Texas) :: Álamo {m}
Alamogordo {prop} (city in New Mexico) :: Alamogordo
Alamut {prop} (region in modern-day Qazvin province of Iran) :: Alamut {m}
Alan {prop} (male given name) :: Alan {m}
Alan {n} (member of a Sarmatian tribe) :: alano {m}
Alana {prop} (female given name) :: Alana {f}
Aland {prop} (archipelago) :: Aland {f}
Al-Andalus {prop} (Islamic Spain) :: Al-Andalus {m}, al-Andalus {m}
Alania {prop} (medieval kingdom of Alans) :: Alânia {f}
alanine {n} (nonessential amino acid; C3H7NO2) :: alanina {f}
alar {adj} (anatomy: related to the armpit) :: axilar
alar {adj} (related to wings or alae) :: alar
Alaric {prop} (king of Visigoths) :: Alarico {m}
alarm {n} (summons to arms) :: alarme {m}
alarm {n} (notice of approaching danger) :: alarme {m}
alarm {n} (sudden surprise with fear or terror) :: alarme {m}
alarm {n} (mechanical contrivance for awaking) :: despertador {m}
alarm {v} (to give notice (by sound or otherwise) of approaching danger) :: alarmar
alarm {v} (to surprise with apprehension of danger) :: alarmar
alarm clock {n} (type of clock) :: despertador {m}
alarmed {adj} (worried) SEE: worried ::
alarmed {adj} (having an alarm fitted) :: alarmado
alarmedly {adv} (in an alarmed manner) :: alarmadamente
alarmin {n} (substance that signals tissue and cell damage) :: alarmina {f}
alarming {adj} (causing alarm) :: alarmante
alarmingly {adv} (in an alarming manner, frighteningly. In a way the induces fear or concern) :: alarmantemente
alarmism {n} (production of needless alarms) :: alarmismo {m}
alarmist {n} (one who causes others to become alarmed without cause) :: alarmista {m} {f}
alas {interj} (exclamation of sorrow, etc.) :: ai de mim
Alaska {prop} (US state) :: Alasca {m}
Alaskan {adj} (of or pertaining to Alaska, its people or its culture) :: alasquiano
Alaskan {n} (someone from Alaska) :: alasquiano {m}
Alaskan Malamute {n} (Alaskan Malamute sled dog) :: malamute do Alasca {m}
alastrim {n} (milder variant of smallpox) :: alastrim {m}
alaunt {n} (a dog breed) :: alão {m}
Alawite {n} :: alauíta {m} {f}, alawita {m} {f}
alb {n} (a long white robe worn by priests and other ministers) :: alva {f}
Albacete {prop} (province) :: Albacete {f}
albacore {n} (large marine fish) :: albacora {f}
Alba Longa {prop} (an ancient city of Latium) :: Alba Longa {f}
Alban {prop} (male given name) :: Albano
Albania {prop} (country in south-eastern Europe) :: Albânia
Albanian {adj} (of or pertaining to Albania) :: albanês
Albanian {n} (person from Albania) :: albanês, albanesa {f}
Albanian {prop} (language) :: albanês {m}
Albanisation {n} (cultural change) :: albanização {f}
Albanologist {n} (an expert in Albanian studies) :: albanólogo {m}
Albany {prop} (capital of New York) :: Albany {f}
albarello {n} (ceramic pharmacy or drug jar) :: albarello {m}
albariza {n} (white porous chalky soil found in Andalusia) :: albariza {f}
albatross {n} (seabird) :: albatroz
albedo {n} (the fraction of incident light or radiation reflected by a surface or body) :: albedo {m}
albedo {n} (part of citrus fruit rind) :: medula {f}
albedometer {n} (instrument) :: albedómetro {m} [Portugal], albedômetro {m} [Brazil]
albeit {conj} (despite its being; although) :: se bem que, mesmo que, ainda que
Albemarle {prop} (former name of Isabela Island) :: Albemarle {f}
Alberche {prop} (river in central Spain) :: Alberche {m}
Albert {prop} (male given name) :: Alberto {m}
Alberta {prop} (province) :: Alberta
albertite {n} (bituminous mineral resembling asphalt) :: albertita {f}
Albertville {prop} (town in the département of Savoie) :: Albertville {f}
albescent {adj} (becoming white) :: albescente
Albi {prop} (town and commune in France) :: Albi
Albigenses {n} (inhabitants of Albi) :: albigense {m-p} {f-p}
Albin {prop} (male given name) :: Albino, Alvino {m}
albinism {n} (lack of melanin pigmentation) :: albinismo {m}
albino {adj} (congenitally lacking melanin) :: albino {m}, albina {f}
albino {n} (one congenitally lacking melanin) :: albino {m}, albina {f}
albinoism {n} (albinism) SEE: albinism ::
Albion {prop} (England) :: Álbion {f}
albite {n} (plagioclase feldspar) :: albita {f}
albitization {n} (conversion into albite) :: albitização {f}
albuginea {n} (layer of white, fibrous tissue) :: albugínea {f}
album {n} (book for photographs, stamps, or autographs) :: álbum {m}
album {n} (phonograph record (LP)) :: álbum {m}
album {n} (group of audio recordings on any media) :: álbum {m}
albumen {n} (white part of an egg) :: clara {f}
albumenoid {n} (albuminoid) SEE: albuminoid ::
albumin {n} (class of monomeric proteins that are soluble in water) :: albumina {f}
albuminate {n} (compound of albumin and a base or acid) :: albuminato {m}
albuminemia {n} (the (normal) presence of albumin in the blood) :: albuminemia {f}
albuminoid {adj} (like albumen) :: albuminoide
albuminosis {n} (presence of more than the usual amount of albumin) :: hiperalbuminemia {f}, albuminose {f}
albuminous {adj} (of or pertaining to albumin) :: albuminoso
albuminuria {n} (the presence of albumin in the urine) :: albuminúria {f}
albuminuric {adj} (having albumen in the urine) :: albuminúrico
albumose {n} :: albumose {f}
Albuquerque {prop} (city) :: Albuquerque {f}
alburn {n} (bleak) SEE: bleak ::
alburnum {n} (sapwood) SEE: sapwood ::
Alcaeus {prop} (Ancient Greek name) :: Alceu {m}
Alcaic {adj} (pertaining to a type of verse invented by the Greek poet Alcaeus) :: alcaico
alcaide {n} (governor or commander of a Spanish or Portuguese fortress) :: alcaide {m}
Alcalá de Henares {prop} (city) :: Alcalá de Henares {f}
alcarraza {n} (jug made of porous earthenware) :: alcarraza {f}
Alcatraz {prop} (an island in the San Francisco bay, formerly a famous prison) :: Alcatraz {f}
alcazar {n} (Moorish fortress in Spain) :: alcácer {m}, alcáçar {m}
alchemical {adj} (pertaining to alchemy) :: alquímico
alchemically {adv} (in a manner relating to alchemy) :: alquimicamente
alchemilla {n} (any of the genus Alchemilla of herbaceous perennial plants) :: alquemila {f}
alchemise {v} (to change something's properties by means of alchemy) :: alquimizar
alchemist {n} (one who practices alchemy) :: alquimista {m} {f}
alchemistic {adj} (of or pertaining to alchemists) :: alquimístico
alchemy {n} (ancient chemistry) :: alquimia {f}
alchemy {n} (causing of mysterious transmutation) :: alquimia {f}
Alcibiades {prop} (Greek name) :: Alcibíades {m}
alclometasone {n} (a synthetic glucocorticoid steroid) :: alclometasona {f}
Alcmaeonid {n} (member of a powerful noble family of ancient Athens) :: alcmeónida {m} {f} [Portugal], alcmeônida {m} {f} [Brazil]
Alcman {prop} (Ancient Greek name) :: Álcman {m}
Alcmanian {adj} :: alcmânico
Alcmene {prop} (the wife of Amphitryon and mother, by Zeus, of Heracles) :: Alcmena {f}
alcohol {n} (organic chemistry sense) :: álcool {m}
alcohol {n} (intoxicating beverage) :: álcool {m}
alcoholaemia {n} (presence of alcohol) :: alcoolemia {f}
alcoholate {n} (an alkoxide) :: alcoolato {m}
alcohol-free {adj} (containing no alcohol) :: sem álcool
alcoholic {n} (a person addicted to alcohol) :: alcoólatra {m} {f}
alcoholic {n} (one who abuses alcohol) :: alcoólatra {m} {f}
alcoholic {adj} (of or pertaining to alcohol) :: alcoólico
alcoholic {adj} (having more than a trace amount of alcohol in its contents) :: alcoólico
alcoholically {adv} (in the manner of an alcoholic) :: alcoolicamente
alcoholicity {n} (measure of the alcoholic content) :: alcoolicidade {f}
Alcoholics Anonymous {prop} (proper noun) :: Alcoólicos Anónimos
alcoholism {n} (chronic disease) :: alcoolismo {m}, etilismo {m}
alcoholism {n} (acute alcohol poisoning) :: intoxicação alcoólica {f}
alcoholization {n} (subjection to the influence of alcoholic spirits) :: alcoolização {f}
alcoholize {v} (infuse or saturate with alcoholic spirit) :: alcoolizar
alcoholize {v} (subject to the influence of alcohol) :: alcoolizar
alcoholized {adj} (under the influence of alcohol) :: alcoolizado
alcohology {n} (study of the effects of alcohol) :: alcoologia {f}
alcoholometer {n} (Specialized form of hydrometer used to measure amount of alcohol in liquid) :: alcoolímetro {m}, alcoolómetro {m} [Portugal], alcoolômetro {m} [Brazil], alcoómetro {m} [Portugal], alcoômetro {m} [Brazil]
alcoholometry {n} (Measurement of concentration of alcohol in liquid) :: alcoometria {f}
alcohol poisoning {n} (condition of having very high alcohol level in blood) :: intoxicação alcoólica {f}
alcoholysis {n} (solvolysis using an alcohol) :: alcoólise {f}
Alcorcón {prop} (city to the southwest of Madrid) :: Alcorcón {f}
alcove {n} (small recessed area) :: alcova {f}
alcuronium {n} (drug) :: alcurônio {m}
Alcyone {prop} (Daughter of Atlas) :: Alcíone {f}
Alcyone {prop} (Daughter of Aeolus) :: Alcíone {f}
Alcyone {prop} (Star) :: Alcíone {f}, Alcyone {f}
Aldebaran {prop} (star) :: Aldebarã {f}, Aldebaran {f}
aldehyde {n} (organic compound of the general formula R·CHO) :: aldeído {m}
aldehydic {adj} (relating to an aldehyde) :: aldeídico
alder {n} (any tree or shrub of the genus Alnus) :: amieiro {m}
alderman {n} (member of a municipal legislative body in a city or town) :: vereador {m}, vereadora {f}
Alderney {prop} (island) :: Alderney {f}, Aurigny {f}
Alderney {prop} (milk cow) :: alderney {f}
aldicarb {n} (a carbamate insecticide) :: aldicarb {m}, aldicarbe {m}
aldimine {n} (an imine derived from an aldehyde) :: aldimina {f}
Aldine {adj} (of or pertaining to the publications of Aldus Manutius) :: aldino
Aldine {adj} (describing the typography used) :: aldino
aldohexose {n} (any hexose containing an aldehyde group) :: aldoexose {f}
aldol {n} (aldehyde or ketone having a hydroxy group in the beta- position) :: aldol {m}
aldolase {n} (enzyme present in some tissue) :: aldolase {f}
aldolic {adj} (pertaining to, or derived from, an aldol) :: aldólico
aldolization {n} (the formation of an aldol) :: aldolização {f}
aldonic acid {n} (any of a class of polyhydroxy carboxylic acids) :: ácido aldônico {m} [Brazil]
aldopentose {n} (a pentose that is also a aldose) :: aldopentose {f}
aldose {n} (any of a class of monosaccharides) :: aldose {f}
aldosterone {n} (aldosterone) :: aldosterona {f}
aldosteronism {n} (condition marked by excessive aldosterone secretion) :: aldosteronismo {m}
aldotetrose {n} (any aldose having four carbon atoms) :: aldotetrose {f}
aldotriose {n} (any aldose having three carbon atoms) :: aldotriose {f}
aldoxime {n} (any oxime derived from an aldehyde) :: aldoxima {f}
aldrin {n} (insecticide) :: aldrina {f}
ale {n} (beer produced by warm fermentation) :: cerveja inglesa {f}
Alecto {prop} (Greek goddess of vengeance) :: Alecto {f}
alectoria {n} (magical stone said to be found in the gizzard of cocks) :: alectória {f}
alectryomancy {n} (form of divination in which the diviner observes a bird pecking at grain) :: alectromancia {f}
Alectryon {prop} (character in Greek mythology) :: Alectrião {m}, Alectrion {m}
Alegranza {prop} (one of the Canary Islands) :: Alegrança {f}, Alegranza {f}
alehouse {n} (beer parlour) SEE: beer parlour ::
Alejandro {prop} (cognates of Alejandro) SEE: Alexander ::
Alekhine's Defence {n} (chess opening) :: defesa Alekhine {f}
Alemannic {prop} (High German language or dialect group) :: alemânico {m}
Alemannic {adj} (of or relating to the Alemannic language or dialect group) :: alemânico
alembic {n} (chemical apparatus) :: alambique {m}
alendronate {n} (sodium salt of alendronic acid used to treat osteoporosis) :: alendronato {m}
a leopard cannot change its spots {proverb} (one cannot change one's own nature) :: o leopardo não pode mudar suas manchas, pode o etíope mudar a sua pele ou o leopardo as suas manchas?
aleph {n} (first letter of the Proto-Canaanite alphabet and descendant script) :: alef {m}
aleph-null {prop} (first of the transfinite cardinal numbers) :: alef zero {m}
Aleppo {prop} (city in Syria) :: Alepo {f}
alerion {n} (a heraldic eagle) :: alerião {m}
alert {adj} (attentive) :: alerta
alert {n} (an alarm) :: alerta {m}, alarme {m}
alert {n} (a notification) :: alerta {m}
alert {v} (to give warning to) :: alertar
alertly {adv} (with alertness) :: alertamente
Alessandria {prop} :: Alessandria {f}
alethic {adj} (logic: pertaining to the modalities of truth) :: alético
alethically {adv} (in an alethic manner or context) :: aleticamente
alethiology {n} (branch of logic dealing with truth and error) :: aletiologia {f}
aleuro- {prefix} (of or relating to wheat flour) :: aleuro-
aleuromancy {n} (divination using flour) :: aleuromancia {f}
aleurone {n} (protein content of the embryo, endosperm or perisperm of cereals) :: aleurona {f}
Aleut {n} (native of the Aleutian Islands) :: aleúte {m} {f}
Aleut {prop} (language of the Aleutian Islands) :: aleúte {m}
Aleutian {adj} (of the Aleutian Islands) :: aleúte
Aleutian {n} (a native or inhabitant of the Aleutian Islands) :: aleúte {m} {f}
Aleutian Islands {prop} (archipelago) :: Ilhas Aleutas {f-p}
alevin {n} (newly hatched fish) :: alevino {m}
Alevite {n} (Muslim who follows Alevism) :: alevita {m} {f}
Alex {prop} (male given name) SEE: Alexius ::
Alexander {prop} (male given name) :: Alexandre {m}
Alexander technique {prop} (technique to prevent unnecessary levels of muscular and mental tension during everyday activities) :: técnica de Alexander {f}
Alexander the Great {prop} (King of Macedonia) :: Alexandre Magno {m}, Alexandre o Grande {m}
Alexandra {prop} (female given name) :: Alexandra {f}
Alexandria {prop} (city in Egypt) :: Alexandria {f}
Alexandrian {adj} (of or pertaining to Alexandria) :: alexandrino
Alexandrianism {n} :: alexandrinismo {m}
alexandrine {n} (line of a twelve-syllable poetic meter) :: alexandrino {m}
alexandrite {n} (form of chrysoberyl that displays a colour change) :: alexandrita {f}
Alexandroupoli {prop} (city) :: Alexandroupolis {f}
alexia {n} (word blindness) :: alexia {f}
alexic {adj} (related to, or afflicted with alexia) :: aléxico
alexidine {n} (an antiseptic) :: alexidina {f}
alexin {n} (protective substance that exists in the serum) :: alexina {f}
Alexis {prop} (male given name) SEE: Alexius ::
alexithymia {n} (deficiency in understanding emotions) :: alexitimia {f}
alexithymic {adj} (pertaining to or having alexithymia) :: alexitímico
Alexius {prop} (male given name) :: Aleixo
aleyrodid {n} (any insect of the whitefly family, Aleyrodidae) :: aleirodídeo {m}
alfacalcidol {n} (an analogue of vitamin D) :: alfacalcidol {m}
alfalfa {n} (Medicago sativa) :: alfafa {f}
alfaxalone {n} (a neurosteroid general anaesthetic) :: alfaxolona {f}
alfentanil {n} (drug) :: alfentanil {m}
Alfierian {adj} :: alfieriano
alfisol {n} (soil with a clay-enriched subsoil and high native fertility) :: alfisol {m}, alfissolo {m}
Alfonsine {adj} (relating to Alfonso X of Castile) :: alfonsino
alfonsino {n} (deep-sea food fish of the genus Beryx) :: alfonsim {m} [Beryx splendens], imperador {m} [Beryx decadactylus]
Alfonso {prop} (male given name) :: Alfonso, Afonso
Alfred {prop} (Male given name) :: Alfredo
Alfredo {n} (sauce made from butter and Parmesan) :: molho Alfredo {m}
alfuzosin {n} (α1 receptor antagonist used to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia) :: alfuzosina {f}
Alfvén wave {n} (a hydromagnetic shear wave in a charged plasma) :: onda de Alfvén {f}
alga {n} (any of many aquatic photosynthetic organisms) :: alga {f}
algaculture {n} (farming of algae) :: algocultura {f}, algicultura {f}
algae {n} (plural of alga) :: algas {f-p}
algal {adj} (pertaining to, or like, algae) :: algal
algal bloom {n} (dense spread of algae) :: eflorescência algal {f}
Algarve {prop} (Southernmost region of Portugal) :: Algarve {m}
algebra {n} (system for computation) :: álgebra {f}
algebra {n} (study of algebraic structures) :: álgebra {f}
algebra {n} (structure) :: álgebra {f}
algebraic {adj} (relating to algebra) :: algébrico
algebraically {adv} (using algebra) :: algebricamente
algebraically closed {adj} (that contains among its elements every root of every nonconstant single-variable polynomial definable over it) :: algebricamente fechado
algebraic closure {n} (field which is algebraically closed over another one) :: fecho algébrico {m}
algebraic equation {n} (mathematical equation) :: equação algébrica {f}
algebraic function {n} (function definable as the root of some polynomial equation) :: função algébrica {f}
algebraic geometer {n} (mathematician who specializes in algebraic geometry) :: geómetra algébrico {m} [Portugal], geômetra algébrico {m} [Brazil]
algebraic geometry {n} (branch of mathematics that studies solutions of systems of algebraic equations using both algebra and geometry) :: geometria algébrica {f}
algebraic notation {n} (a method for recording chess moves using letters and numbers) :: notação algébrica {f}
algebraic number theory {n} (branch of number theory concerning algebraic number fields) :: teoria dos números algébricos {f}, teoria algébrica dos números {f}
algebraic structure {n} (sets with operations) :: estrutura algébrica {f}
algebraic topology {n} (field of topology) :: topologia algébrica {f}
algebraist {n} (mathematician) :: algebrista {m} {f}
algebraization {n} (conversion to algebraic form) :: algebrização {f}
algebroid {n} (infinitesimal algebraic object associated with a groupoid) :: algebroide {m}
Algeciras {prop} (city in Andalusia, Spain) :: Algeciras {f}
algeny {n} (the transformation of genetic material) :: algenia {f}
Algeria {prop} (country) :: Argélia {f}
Algerian {n} (person from Algeria) :: argeliano {m}, argelino {m}, algeriano {m}
Algerian {adj} (of Algeria or its people) :: argeliano, argelino, algeriano
algesia {n} (sensitivity to pain) :: algesia {f}
algesic {adj} (relating to hypersensitivity to pain) :: algésico
algesimeter {n} (algometer) SEE: algometer ::
algesimetry {n} (algometry) SEE: algometry ::
Algherese {prop} (Catalan dialect spoken in Alghero) :: alguerês {m}
Alghero {prop} (port town in Sardinia) :: Alghero {f}
-algia {suffix} (pain) :: -algia {f}
algicidal {adj} (that kills algae) :: algicida
algicide {n} (substance that kills algae) :: algicida {m}
algid {adj} (cold, chilly) :: álgido
algidity {n} (state of being algid) :: algidez {f}
Algiers {prop} (the capital of Algeria) :: Argel {m}
algin {n} (any of various gelatinous gums derived from algae) :: algina {f}
alginate {n} (any salt or ester of alginic acid) :: alginato {m}
alginic acid {n} (gum) :: ácido algínico {m}
alginite {n} (organic-walled marine microfossils in kerogen) :: alginita {f}
alglucerase {n} (modified form of human β-glucocerebrosidase) :: alglucerase {f}
algogenic {adj} (inducing pain) :: algógeno, algogénico [Portugal], algogênico [Brazil]
algoid {adj} (resembling, or characteristic of algae) :: algoide
Algol {prop} (star) :: Algol {f}
algolagnia {n} (Physical condition) :: algolagnia {f}
algological {adj} (pertaining to the study of algae) :: algológico
algologist {n} (one who studies algology) :: algologista {m} {f}, algólogo {m}
algology {n} (branch of botany dealing with algae) :: algologia {f}, ficologia {f}
algometer {n} (instrument for measuring pain-inducing stimuli) :: algómetro {m} [Portugal], algômetro {m} [Brazil]
algometry {n} (measurement of pain) :: algometria {f}
algoneurodystrophy {n} (form of complex regional pain syndrome without demonstrable nerve lesions) :: algoneurodistrofia {f}
Algonquian {adj} (relating to a group of North American languages) :: algonquino
Algonquin {n} (people) :: algonquinos {m-p}
Algonquin {prop} (language) :: algonquino {m}
algophilia {n} (pleasure from experiencing pain) :: algofilia {f}, masoquismo {m}
algophilic {adj} (pertaining to algophilia) :: algofílico
algophobia {n} (fear of pain) :: algofobia {f}
algorithm {n} (well-defined procedure) :: algoritmo {m}
algorithmic {adj} (relating to an algorithm) :: algorítmico
algorithmically {adv} (using an algorithm) :: algoritmicamente
algorithmizable {adj} (able to be algorithmized) :: algoritmizável
algorithmization {n} (the process of algorithmizing) :: algoritmização {f}
algorithmize {v} (to convert a process into an algorithm) :: algoritmizar
algor mortis {n} (reduction in body temperature following death) :: algor mortis {m}
alguazil {n} (officer of the law in Spain or Latin America) :: aguazil {m}, alguazil {m}
algum {n} (a tree and wood mentioned in the Bible) :: almugue {m}, algumim {m}
Alhambra {prop} (palace in Granada, Spain) :: Alhambra {f}, Alambra {f}
Alhazen's problem {prop} (mathematical problem) :: problema de Alhazen {m}
Ali {prop} (male given name from Arabic) :: Ali {m}
alias {n} (another name; an assumed name) :: pseudónimo {m} [Portugal], pseudônimo {m} [Brazil], cognome {m}
aliasing {n} (distortion caused by a low sampling rate) :: aliasing {m}, serrilhado {m}, serrilhamento {m}
Ali Baba {prop} (a fictional character) :: Ali Babá {m}
alibi {n} (criminal legal defense) :: álibi {m}
alibi {n} (excuse) :: desculpa {f}
alicant {n} (a kind of wine made near Alicante, Spain) :: alicante {m}
Alicante {prop} (city in Spain) :: Alicante {f}
Alice {prop} (female given name) :: Alice {f}
Alice {prop} (message sender in cryptography) :: Alice {f}
Alice in Wonderland syndrome {n} (neurological condition affecting the perception of size) :: síndrome de Alice no país das maravilhas {f}
alicyclic {adj} (of a class of organic compounds) :: alicíclico
alidade {n} (measuring apparatus) :: alidade {f}, alidada {f}
a lie has no legs {proverb} (you can't get away with a lie) :: mentira tem perna curta
alien {n} (person, etc. from outside) :: estranho {m}
alien {n} (foreigner) :: estrangeiro {m}, forasteiro {m}
alien {n} (life form of non-Earth origin) :: alienígena {m}, extraterrestre {m} {f}, alien {m}
alien {adj} (not belonging to the same country) :: alienígena
alien {adj} (very unfamiliar, strange) :: alheio
alien {adj} (pertaining to extraterrestrial life) :: alienígena
alienability {n} (the quality of being alienable) :: alienabilidade {f}
alienability {n} (an alienable transfer or sale) :: alienabilidade {f}
alienable {adj} (capable of being alienated, sold or transferred) :: alienável
alienably {adv} (in an alienable way) :: alienavelmente
alienate {v} (to convey or transfer) :: alienar
alienate {v} (to estrange) :: alienar
alienated {adj} (isolated, excluded or estranged) :: alienado
alienatedly {adv} (in an alienated way) :: alienadamente
alienation {n} (the act of alienating) :: alienação {f}, alheamento {m}
alienation {n} (the state of being alienated) :: alienação {f}
alienation {n} (emotional isolation or dissociation) :: alienação {f}
alienator {n} (person who alienates) :: alienante {m} {f}
alienist {n} (psychiatrist) SEE: psychiatrist ::
alienist {n} (an expert in mental illness) :: alienista {m} {f}
alienist {n} (psychologist) SEE: psychologist ::
alienly {adv} (in an alien manner) :: alheiamente
alienor {n} (person who alienates a property) :: alienante {m} {f}
aliform {adj} (shaped like a wing) :: aliforme
alight {v} (to spring down, get down, or descend) :: descer, desembarcar
alight {v} (to descend and settle, lodge, rest, or stop) :: pousar
align {v} (To form in line; to fall into line) :: alinhar-se
align {v} (To adjust or form to a line) :: alinhar
align {v} (To align sequences) :: alinhar
alignable {adj} (able to be aligned) :: alinhável
aligned {adj} (having an alignment with something else) :: alinhado
aligner {n} (one who, or that which, aligns) :: alinhador {m}
alignment {n} (arrangement of items in a line) :: alinhamento {m}
alignment {n} (process of adjusting a mechanism such that its parts are aligned) :: alinhamento {m}
alignment {n} (alliance of factions) :: aliança {f}
alignment {n} (astronomy: conjunction of two celestial objects) :: alinhamento {m}
alignment {n} (a way of arranging DNA, RNA or protein sequences) :: alinhamento {m}
aligot {n} (a potato and cheese dish from Auvergne) :: aligot {m}
alike {adj} (having resemblance; similar) :: parecido, semelhante, similar
alike {adv} (tn the same manner, form, or degree; equally) :: igualmente, similarmente
alim {n} (scholar of Islamic law) :: ulemá {m}, alim {m}
alimemazine {n} (phenothiazine derivative) :: trimeprazina {f}, alimemazina {f}
alimentary {adj} (relating to food or nutrition) :: alimentar, alimentício
alimentary canal {n} (digestive tract) SEE: digestive tract ::
alimony {n} (a court-enforced allowance) :: pensão alimentícia {f}, pensão {f}
Aline {prop} (female given name) :: Aline {f}
aliovalent {adj} (having a different valence) :: aliovalente
aliped {adj} (wing-footed) :: alípede
aliphatic {adj} (organic chemistry: having carbon atoms arranged in an open chain) :: alifático
aliquant {n} (integer that does not divide another into integral parts) :: aliquanta {f}
aliquot {n} (portion) :: alíquota {f}
aliskiren {n} (drug) :: aliskireno {m}, aliscireno {m}
alisol {n} (a kind of soil with poor drainage and a dense subsurface clay layer) :: alissolo {m}
alisphenoid {n} (greater wing of the sphenoid bone) :: alisfenoide {m}
alitame {n} (dipeptide of alanine and aspartic acid) :: alitame {m}
alitretinoin {n} (drug) :: alitretinoína {f}
alitrunk {n} (segment of an insect's body to which the wings are attached) :: alitronco {m}
a little {adv} (to a small extent or degree) :: um pouco
a little bird told me {phrase} (idiomatic) :: um passarinho me contou
aliturgical {adj} (on which the holy sacrifice is not offered) :: alitúrgico
alive {adj} (having life) :: vivo
alive {adj} (in a state of action) :: vivo
alive {adj} (exhibiting the activity and motion of many living beings) :: vivo
alive {adj} (sprightly, lively, brisk) :: vivo
alive and kicking {adj} (healthy, especially in opposition to other circumstances) :: vivo e forte
aliyah {n} (immigration of Jews into Israel) :: aliyá {f}
alizapride {n} (dopamine antagonist with prokinetic and antiemetic effects) :: alizaprida {f}
alizarin {n} (1,2-dihydroxyanthraquinone) :: alizarina {f}, garança {f}
aljamiado {n} (non-Semitic language written in Arabic letters) :: aljamia {f}, aljamiado {m}
Al Jazeera {prop} (Arabic satellite TV news channel) :: Al Jazira {f}
alkadiene {n} (any aliphatic diene) :: alcadieno {m}
alkalescent {adj} (slightly alkaline) :: alcalescente
alkali {n} (class of caustic bases) :: álcali {m}
alkalimetric {adj} (describing titration in which the titrant is an alkali) :: alcalimétrico
alkalimetry {n} (process of determining the strength of an alkali) :: alcalimetria {f}
alkaline {adj} (of or relating to an alkali) :: alcalino
alkaline {adj} (having a pH greater than 7) :: alcalino
alkaline earth metal {n} (any element of group II of the periodic table) :: metal alcalino-terroso {m}
alkalinity {n} (state of being alkaline) :: alcalinidade {f}
alkalinization {n} (the process of becoming more alkaline) :: alcalinização {f}
alkalinize {v} (to convert to an alkali) :: alcalinizar
alkaliphile {n} (organism that thrives in an alkaline environment) :: alcalófilo {m}
alkaliphilic {adj} (thriving in alkaline conditions) :: alcalófilo, alcalofílico, alcalifílico
alkaloid {n} (organic heterocyclic base) :: alcaloide {m}
alkaloidal {adj} (pertaining to alkaloids) :: alcaloidal
alkalosis {n} (abnormally increased alkalinity in the blood) :: alcalose {f}
alkalotic {adj} (exhibiting or relating to alkalosis) :: alcalótico
alkane {n} (saturated hydrocarbon of formula CnH2n+2) :: alcano
alkanet {n} (Alkanna tinctoria) :: alcana {f}
alkanethiol {n} (any simple aliphatic thiol) :: alcanotiol {m}
alkanoate {n} (any salt or ester from an alkanoic acid and an alkanol) :: alcanoato {m}
alkanol {n} (any simple aliphatic alcohol) :: alcanol {m}
alkaptonuria {n} (genetic disorder causing the accumulation of alkapton) :: alcaptonúria {f}, alcaptonuria {f}
alkatriene {n} (any aliphatic triene) :: alcatrieno {m}
alkekengi {n} (bladder cherry) SEE: bladder cherry ::
alkene {n} (unsaturated aliphatic hydrocarbon with one or more carbon–carbon double bonds) :: alceno {m}
alkermes {n} (desiccated bodies of female Kermes ilicis and Kermes vermilio insects) :: alquermes {m}, quermes {m}
alkermes {n} (red Italian liqueur) :: alquermes {m}
alkoxide {n} (alcohol-derived compound formed by replacing a hydrogen atom with another cationic species) :: alcóxido {m}
alkoxy {n} :: alcóxi {m}
alkoxylation {n} (reaction with an alkoxy group) :: alcoxilação {f}
alkyl {n} (univalent radical of the general formula CnH2n+1) :: alquila {f}
alkylamine {n} (any aliphatic amine) :: alquilamina {f}
alkylammonium {n} (any aliphatic ammonium cation) :: alquilamónio {m} [Portugal], alquilamônio {m} [Brazil]
alkylate {v} (to add an alkyl group to a compound) :: alquilar
alkylation {n} (reaction in which an alkyl group is added to a molecule) :: alquilação {f}
alkylative {adj} (of a rearrangement reaction: that forms an alkyl group) :: alquilante
alkylator {n} (an alkylating agent) :: alquilante {m}
alkylbenzene {n} (derivative of benzene in which hydrogen atoms are replaced by alkyl groups) :: alquilbenzeno {m}
alkylidene {n} (functional group derived from an alkane by removal of two hydrogen atoms from the same carbon atom) :: alquilideno {m}
alkylmercury {adj} (any alkyl organomercury compound) :: alquilmercúrio {m}
alkylmetal {n} (any aliphatic organometallic compound) :: alquilmetal {m}
alkylphenol {n} :: alquilfenol {m}
alkyltransferase {n} (any transferase that transfers alkyl groups) :: alquiltransferase {f}
alkyne {n} (hydrocarbon containing at least one carbon-carbon triple bond) :: alcino {m}, alquino {m}
alkynol {n} (any alcohol containing an alkyne group) :: alquinol {m}
alkynyl {n} (any univalent radical derived from an alkyne) :: alquinila {f}
alkynylation {n} (reaction with an alkyne) :: alquinilação {f}
all {determiner} (every individual of the given class) :: todo {m}, toda {f} (placed before the noun)
all {determiner} (throughout the whole of (a stated period of time)) :: todo {m}, toda {f} (placed after the noun)
all {adv} (intensifier) :: tudo
all {n} (everything possible) :: todo {m}
all {pron} (everyone) SEE: everyone ::
all {pron} (everything) SEE: everything ::
Allah {prop} (God, in Islam) :: Alá {m}
Allahabad {prop} (city in India) :: Allahabad {f}, Alahabad {f}
Allahu akbar {interj} (Muslim takbir (proclamation)) :: allahu akbar, Alá akbar
all along {adv} (duration) :: desde o começo, o tempo todo
Allan-Herndon-Dudley syndrome {n} (a rare brain-development disorder) :: síndrome de Allan-Herndon-Dudley {f}
allanite {n} (any of a group of silicate minerals that are a source of rare earth metals) :: alanita {f}, allanita {f}, alanite {f}
allantoate {n} (any salt or ester of allantoic acid) :: alantoato {m}
allantoic {adj} (of, pertaining to or derived from the allantois) :: alantóideo, alantoico
allantoic acid {n} (an amidocarboxylic acid derived from allantoin) :: ácido alantoico {m}
allantoicase {n} (a hydrolase enzyme that participates in purine metabolism) :: alantoicase {f}
allantoid {adj} (sausage shaped) :: alantoide
allantoin {n} (a diureide of glyoxylic acid) :: alantoína {f}
allantoinase {n} (enzyme that produces allantoate as part of purine metabolism) :: alantoinase {f}
allantois {n} (sac in the alimentary canal of the embryos of mammals, birds and reptiles) :: alantoide {m}
Allat {prop} (pre-Islamic Arabian goddess) :: Allat {f}, Al-Lat {f}
allative {n} (allative case) :: alativo
allative case {n} (case used to indicate movement onto, or to the adjacency of something) :: alativo {m}, caso alativo {m}
all at once {adv} (unexpectedly) :: do nada, de repente
allatostatin {n} (any of a class of neuropeptide hormones in insects and crustacea) :: alatostatina {f}
allay {v} (To make quiet or put at rest) :: aquietar
allay {v} (To alleviate) :: aliviar
all but {adv} (very nearly) :: praticamente, quase
all cats are gray at night {proverb} (all cats are grey in the dark) SEE: all cats are grey in the dark ::
all cats are grey in the dark {proverb} (proverb) :: à noite todo gato é pardo
all day {adv} (the entire day) :: o dia todo
all ears {adj} (listening intensely) :: todo ouvidos
all ears {adj} (awaiting explanation) :: todo ouvidos
Allee effect {n} (negative population growth observed at low population densities) :: efeito Allee {m}
allegate {v} (allege) SEE: allege ::
allegation {n} (an assertion or accusation) :: alegação {f}
allegator {n} (person who alleges) :: alegante {m} {f}
allege {v} (assert without proof) :: alegar
allegeable {adj} (able to be alleged) :: alegável
alleged {adj} (asserted) :: alegado
alleged {adj} (supposed) :: suposto
allegedly {adv} (according to someone's allegation) :: supostamente
allegement {n} (allegation) SEE: allegation ::
allegiance {n} (loyalty to some cause, nation or ruler) :: fidelidade, lealdade, adesão {f}
allegorical {adj} (of, relating to, or containing allegory) :: alegórico
allegorically {adv} (in an allegorical manner) :: alegoricamente
allegorise {v} (to create an allegory from some event or situation) :: alegorizar
allegorist {n} (one who speaks or writes in allegories) :: alegorista {m} {f}
allegorization {n} (the act of turning into allegory) :: alegorização {f}
allegorizer {n} (one who allegorizes) :: alegorizador {m}
allegory {n} (the representation of abstract principles) :: alegoria {f}
allegory {n} (communication using such representation) :: parábola
allegory {n} (symbolic representation) :: alegoria {f}
allegretto {adv} (musical direction) :: allegretto, alegreto
allegretto {n} (a movement that is to be played fast and lively) :: allegretto {m}, alegreto {m}
allegro {n} (a passage to be played in a quick, lively tempo) :: allegro {m}, alegro {m}
allegro {adv} (in a quick, lively tempo) :: allegro, alegro
allegro {adj} (played in a quick, lively tempo) :: allegro, alegro
allegro ma non troppo {n} (passage played allegro, but not too much so) :: allegro ma non troppo {m}
allegro moderato {adv} (a little slower than allegro) :: allegro moderato, alegro moderato
allegro non troppo {adv} (fast, but not too fast) :: allegro non troppo
allele {n} (variant of a gene) :: alelo
allelic {adj} (pertaining to alleles) :: alélico
allelically {adv} (in terms of alleles) :: alelicamente
allelochemical {adj} (having allelopathic effects) :: aleloquímico
allelochemical {n} (chemical substance with allelopathic effects) :: aleloquímico {m}
allelomorph {n} (allele) SEE: allele ::
allelomorphic {adj} (of or pertaining to an allelomorph) :: alelomorfo
allelopathic {adj} (Relating to an allelopathy) :: alelopático
allelopathically {adv} (by allelopathy) :: alelopaticamente
allelopathy {n} (release by a plant of a toxin to suppress growth of nearby competing plants) :: alelopatia {f}
alleluia {n} (liturgical form of hallelujah) :: aleluia
alleluiatic {adj} (pertaining to or consisting of an alleluia) :: aleluiático, aleluítico
allemande {n} (instrumental dance form) :: alemanda {f}
Allen curve {n} (the exponential drop in frequency of communication between engineers as the distance between them increases) :: curva de Allen {f}
allene {n} (any of a class of hydrocarbons) :: aleno {m}
allenic {adj} (characteristic of an allene) :: alénico [Portugal], alênico [Brazil]
Allen key {n} (a hex head wrench) :: chave Allen {f}, chave sextavada {f}
Allen screw {n} (screw whose head has a hexagonal socket) :: parafuso sextavado {m}, parafuso Allen {m}
allergen {n} (substance) :: alérgeno {m}
allergenic {adj} (of or pertaining to an allergen) :: alergénico [Portugal], alergênico [Brazil]
allergenic {adj} (having the effect of an allergen) :: alergénico [Portugal], alergênico [Brazil], alergizante
allergenicity {n} (the property or degree of being allergenic) :: alergenicidade {f}
allergic {adj} (pertaining to allergy) :: alérgico
allergic {adj} (having an allergy) :: alérgico
allergically {adv} (because of allergies) :: alergicamente
allergic rhinitis {n} (group of symptoms) :: rinite alérgica {f}
allergist {n} (doctor who specializes in the treatment of allergies.) :: alergista {m} {f}, alergologista {m} {f}
allergological {adj} (relating to the study and treatment of allergies) :: alergológico
allergologist {n} (physician) SEE: allergist ::
allergology {n} (the study of the causes and treatment of allergies) :: alergologia {f}
allergy {n} (disorder of the immune system) :: alergia {f}
allergy {n} (hypersensitivity) :: alergia {f}
allergy {n} (antipathy) :: alergia {f}, ojeriza {f}, antipatia {f}
allesthesia {n} :: alestesia {f}
allethrin {n} (synthetic pyrethroid used in insecticides) :: aletrina {f}
alleviable {adj} (capable of being alleviated) :: aliviável
alleviant {n} (that which alleviates) :: aliviador {m}, aliviante {m}
alleviate {v} (make less severe) :: aliviar
alleviation {n} (alleviation) :: alívio {m}
alley {n} (narrow street) :: beco {m}, ruela, travessa {f}, viela {f}
alley oop {n} (basketball: a play in which one player catches a pass while airborne and scores) :: ponte aérea {f}
alleyway {n} (narrow street) SEE: alley ::
All Fools' Day {n} (April Fools' Day) SEE: April Fools' Day ::
all for {prep} (completely in favour) :: completamente a favor (de)
all good things come to an end {proverb} (nothing good lasts forever) :: tudo que é bom acaba
All Hallows' Day {prop} (All Saints' Day) SEE: All Saints' Day ::
allheal {n} (valerian) SEE: valerian ::
allheal {n} (Prunella vulgaris) :: erva-férrea {f}
all hell breaks loose {v} (the situation becomes chaotic) :: o céu veio abaixo
alliaceous {adj} (tasting of garlic or onion) :: aliáceo
alliance {n} (state of being allied) :: aliança
alliance {n} (union resembling that of families or states) :: aliança {f}
alliance {n} (persons or parties allied) :: aliados {m-p}
alliance {n} (treaty between nations) :: aliança {f}
allicin {n} (organic compound) :: alicina {f}
allied {adj} (joined as allies) :: aliado
Allied {adj} :: aliado
Allier {prop} (département) :: Allier {m}
Allies {prop} (in WWII) :: aliados {m-p}
Allies {prop} (in WWI) :: aliados {m-p}
alligator {n} (large amphibious reptile of genus Alligator) :: aligátor {m}, jacaré {m}
alligator apple {n} (Annona glabra) :: araticum {m}, araticum-do-brejo {m}
alligator apple {n} (the fruit of Annona glabra) :: araticum {m}
alligatorid {n} (any reptile of the family Alligatoridae) :: aligatorídeo {m}
alliin {n} (a sulfoxide derived from cysteine) :: aliina {f}
alliinase {n} (an enzyme that converts alliin into allicin) :: aliinase {f}
all in {n} (hand where the player bets all of his chips) :: all-in {m}
all in all {adv} (generally) :: de todo
all in good time {adv} ((set phrase) One should be patient.) :: vai com calma
alliterate {v} (to exhibit alliteration) :: aliterar
alliteration {n} (the repetition of consonants) :: aliteração {f}
alliterative {adj} (in the form or style of alliteration) :: aliterativo, aliterante
alliteratively {adv} (in an alliterative manner) :: aliterativamente
all kidding aside {adv} (idiom, speech act) :: falando sério
all night {adv} (entire night) :: a noite toda/inteira
allo- {prefix} (different) :: alo-
allo- {prefix} (isomeric) :: alo-
alloantibody {n} (antibody involved in alloimmunity) :: aloanticorpo {m}
alloantigen {n} (antigen that stimulates the production of antibodies in other individuals of a species) :: aloantígeno {m}
allobarbital {n} (drug) :: alobarbital {m}
allocability {n} (the condition of being allocable) :: alocabilidade {f}
allocatable {adj} (able to be allocated) :: alocável
allocate {v} (to set aside for a purpose) :: alocar
allocate {v} (to distribute according to a plan) :: alocar
allocation {n} (The process or procedure for allocating things, especially money or other resources.) :: alocação {f}
allocative {adj} (pertaining to allocation) :: alocativo
allocator {n} (one who, or that which, allocates) :: alocador {m}
allocher {n} (alternative sign for a chereme) :: alóquiro {m}
allochiria {n} (disorder in which the patient responds to stimuli as if they were presented at the opposite side) :: aloquiria {f}
allochromatic {adj} (having a colour that is due to the presence of impurities) :: alocromático
allochronic {adj} (occurring in a different geologic time) :: alocrónico [Portugal], alocrônico [Brazil]
allochthonous {adj} (originating in a place other than where it is found) :: alóctone
allochthonous {adj} (geology: being far from the place of formation) :: alóctone
allocortex {n} (the part of the cortex characterize by fewer cell layers than the neocortex) :: alocórtex {m}
allocution {n} (formal, authoritative speech) :: alocução {f}
allocyclic {adj} (of or pertaining to an allocycle) :: alocíclico
allodial {adj} (owned freely and clear of any encumbrances) :: alodial
allodially {adv} (by allodial tenure) :: alodialmente
allodium {n} (freehold land or property) :: alódio {m}
allodynia {n} (pain produced by innocuous stimulation of normal skin) :: alodinia {f}
allodynic {adj} (of or pertaining to allodynia) :: alodínico
all of a sudden {adv} (colloquial: suddenly, see also: suddenly) :: subitamente, de repente, repentinamente
all of the sudden {adv} (all of a sudden) SEE: all of a sudden ::
allogamous {adj} (characterized by allogamy) :: alógamo
allogamy {n} (fertilization) :: alogamia {f}
allogenic {adj} (having an external cause or source) :: alógeno
allogenic {adj} (geology: formed in another location) :: alógeno
allogenic {adj} (genetically distinct, but of the same species) :: alógeno, alogénico [Portugal], alogênico [Brazil]
allograft {n} (transplant between genetically different individuals of the same species) :: aloenxerto {m}
allograph {n} (variant form of a letter) :: alógrafo {m}
allographic {adj} (relating to allography) :: alográfico
alloimmune {adj} (characterized by alloimmunity) :: aloimune
alloimmunity {n} (immune response to foreign antigens from members of the same species) :: aloimunidade {f}
alloimmunization {n} (the process of becoming alloimmune) :: aloimunização {f}
allolactose {n} (an isomer of lactose) :: alolactose {f}
allomaternal {adj} (relating to an allomother) :: alomaterno
allometric {adj} (pertaining to allometry) :: alométrico
allometrically {adv} (in an allometric manner) :: alometricamente
allometry {n} (the science studying the differential growth rates of body parts or processes) :: alometria {f}
allomone {n} (substance emitted by one species that affects the behaviour of another species) :: alomona {f} [Portugal], alomônio {m} [Brazil]
allomorph {n} (phonological representation of a morpheme) :: alomorfe {m}
allomorphic {adj} (pertaining to allomorphism) :: alomórfico
allomorphy {n} (quality of being an allomorph) :: alomorfia {f}
allomother {n} (one that provides maternal care) :: alomãe {f}
all one's eggs in one basket {n} (the state of having invested in one area only) :: colocar todos os ovos em uma única cesta [to have all one’s eggs in one basket]
allonge {n} (attachment to negotiable instrument) :: alongue {m}, alongamento {m}
allonym {n} (the name of another person taken by an author as a pen name) :: alónimo {m} [Portugal], alônimo {m} [Brazil]
allonymous {adj} (published under the name of a different person) :: alónimo [Portugal], alônimo [Brazil]
allopath {n} (practitioner of allopathy) :: alopata {m} {f}
allopathic {adj} (of or pertaining to allopathy) :: alopata, alopático
allopathically {adv} (by allopathic methods) :: alopaticamente
allopatric {adj} (geographically isolated) :: alopátrico
allopatrically {adv} (in an allopatric manner) :: alopatricamente
allopatry {n} (the condition of being allopatric) :: alopatria {f}
allophane {n} (an amorphous hydrous aluminium silicate clay mineral) :: alofano {m}
allophone {n} (alternative pronunciation for a phoneme) :: alófono {m}
allophonic {adj} (pertaining to allophones) :: alofónico [Portugal], alofônico [Brazil]
allophony {n} (variation in the phonetic realizations of a phoneme) :: alofonia {f}
allophycocyanin {n} (any of a group of accessory pigments to chlorophyll) :: aloficocianina {f}
allopoiesis {n} (creation of something other than the self) :: alopoiese {f}
allopoietic {adj} (relating to or created by allopoiesis) :: alopoiético
allopolyploid {n} (organism having multiple complete sets of chromosomes derived from different species) :: alopoliploide {m}
allopolyploidization {n} (the process of allopolyploid formation) :: aloploidização {f}
allopolyploidy {n} (polyploidy that results from the interbreeding of different species) :: alopoliploidia {f}
allopregnanolone {n} (a neurosteroid that is a metabolite of progesterone) :: alopregnanolona {f}
allopurinol {n} (drug) :: alopurinol {m}
alloreactive {adj} (pertaining to, or causing alloreactivity) :: alorreativo
alloreactivity {n} (the reaction of a lymphocyte or antibody with an alloantigen) :: alorreatividade {f}
allosaur {n} (any dinosaur of the superfamily Allosauroidea) :: alossauro {m}
allosome {n} (sex chromosome that differs from an ordinary autosome) :: alossomo {m}
allostasis {n} (homeostasis through physiological or behavioral change) :: alostase {f}
allostatic {adj} (relating to allostasis) :: alostático
allosteric {adj} (of an enzyme: that binds a compound on an inactive site) :: alostérico
allosterically {adv} (in an allosteric manner) :: alostericamente
allostery {n} (the quality of being allosteric) :: alosteria {f}, alosterismo {m}
allot {v} (to distribute) :: alocar, repartir
allot {v} (to assign) :: alocar
allotment {n} (act) :: alocação {f}, designação {f}
allotment {n} (that which is alloted) :: parte {f}, parcela {f}
allotment {n} (plot of land) :: horta {f}
allotrope {n} (element form of different molecular structure to another form of the same element) :: alótropo {m}
allotropic {adj} (of an element that exhibits allotropy) :: alotrópico
allotropical {adj} (allotropic) SEE: allotropic ::
allotropically {adv} (with regard to allotropy) :: alotropicamente
allotropism {n} (elemental property) SEE: allotropy ::
allotropy {n} (having multiple atomic structures) :: alotropia {f}
allotype {n} (specimen that exemplifies the opposite sex of the holotype) :: alótipo {m}
allotype {n} (the allele of the antibody chains found in an individual) :: alótipo {m}
allotypic {adj} (pertaining to an allotype) :: alotípico
allotypical {adj} (allotypic) SEE: allotypic ::
all over the place {prep} (Inconsistent; lacking a clear pattern; with a large amount of variation.) :: por todo lado; em todo lugar, em todos os lugares
allow {v} (to grant, give, admit, accord, afford, or yield; to let one have) :: deixar, permitir
allow {v} (to acknowledge; to accept as true; to concede; to accede to an opinion) :: aceitar
allow {v} (to take into account as a deduction or an addition) :: considerar
allow {v} (to permit) :: permitir
allow {v} (to let something happen, to admit, to concede) :: permitir
allow {v} (to make allowance) :: permitir
allowance {n} (the act of allowing, granting, conceding, or admitting; authorization; permission; sanction; tolerance) :: permissão {f}
allowance {n} (that which is allowed) :: permissão {f}
allowance {n} (abatement; deduction; the taking into account of mitigating circumstances) :: atenuante {f}
allowance {n} (a child's allowance; pocket money) SEE: pocket money ::
allowedly {adv} (admittedly) SEE: admittedly ::
alloxan {n} (an oxidation product of uric acid) :: aloxano {m}
alloxanized {adj} (suffering from alloxan diabetes) :: aloxânico, aloxanizado
alloxantin {n} (Hemiacetal formed by alloxan with dialuric acid) :: aloxantina {f}
alloy {n} (metal combined of more elements) :: liga {f}
alloy {v} (mix or combine) :: ligar
allozyme {n} (either form of an enzyme specified by an allelic gene) :: alozima {f}, aloenzima {f}
allozymic {adj} (relating to allozymes) :: alozímico
all right {adj} (good) :: razoável
all right {adj} (in good health) :: bom {m}, bem, legal
all right {adv} (fairly well) :: bem
all right {interj} (Used to affirm, indicate agreement, or consent ) :: está bem, , tudo bem, tá bom [nonstandard]
all right {interj} (Used to indicate support, favor or encouragement ) :: isso aí!, é isso aí!
all right {interj} (Used to fill space or pauses ) :: bem, então
all right {interj} (Used as a general lead-in or beginning ) :: então
all right {interj} (a greeting, roughly equivalent to how are you ) :: tudo bem?
all rights reserved {phrase} (copyright notice formula) :: todos os direitos reservados
all roads lead to Rome {proverb} (different paths can take to the same goal) :: todos os caminhos levam a Roma
All Saints Day {prop} (All Saints Day) SEE: All Saints' Day ::
All Saints' Day {prop} (feast day) :: Dia de Todos-os-Santos, dia de todos os santos {m}, dia de todos os Santos {m}
all-seeing {adj} (having knowledge of all things said or done) :: omnividente [Portugal], onividente [Brazil]
all-seeingness {n} (the state or quality of being all-seeing) :: omnividência {f} [Portugal], onividência {f} [Brazil]
all's fair in love and war {proverb} (unpleasant behavior is acceptable during love and conflict) :: na guerra e no amor vale tudo
All Souls' Day {prop} (Christian feast day) :: Dia dos Fiéis Defuntos {m}, Dia dos Mortos {m}, Dia de Finados {m}
allspice {n} (spice) :: pimenta-da-jamaica {f}
allspice {n} (tree) :: pimenteira da Jamaica {f}
all's well that ends well {proverb} (A happy ending makes up for everything that has gone before...) :: tudo fica bem quando acaba bem, tudo está bem quando termina bem, bem está o que bem acaba
all that glitters is not gold {proverb} (things that appear valuable or worthwhile might not actually be so) :: nem tudo que reluz é ouro
all the best {interj} (good luck) :: boa sorte
all the more {adv} (even more) :: ainda mais
all the same {adv} (anyway; nevertheless; nonetheless) :: mesmo assim
all the tea in China {n} (something priceless or invaluable) :: todo o ouro do mundo {m}
all the time {adv} (always) :: o tempo inteiro, o tempo todo
all the time {adv} (frequently) :: o tempo inteiro, o tempo todo
all the way {adv} (to the end) :: até o fim
all things come to those who wait {proverb} (good things come to those who wait) SEE: good things come to those who wait ::
all things considered {adv} (generally speaking, all in all) :: no final das contas
all thumbs {adj} (clumsy (idiom)) :: ter dois pés esquerdos (have two left feet)
all told {adv} (with all included, counted or summed) :: ao todo
all too {adv} (way too) SEE: way too ::
allude {v} (refer to something indirectly or by suggestion) :: aludir
allure {n} (the power to attract, entice; the quality causing attraction) :: encanto {m}, atrativo {m}
allure {v} (to attempt to draw) :: atrair
alluring {adj} (having to power to allure) :: encantador
alluringly {adv} (in an alluring manner) :: encantadoramente
allusion {n} (indirect reference, hint) :: alusão {f}
allusive {adj} (containing or making use of allusions) :: alusivo
allusively {adv} (in an allusive manner) :: alusivamente
allusiveness {n} (the quality of being allusive) :: alusividade {f}
alluvial {adj} (pertaining to the soil deposited by a stream) :: aluvial
alluvial {n} (deposition of sediment) SEE: alluvium ::
alluvial fan {n} (cone-shaped heap of alluvium) :: leque aluvial {m}, cone aluvial {m}, cone de dejeção {m}
alluvially {adv} (in alluvial fashion) :: aluvialmente
alluvial plain {n} (plain formed by deposition of sediment of a river) :: planície aluvial {f}
alluviation {n} (the deposition of alluvium by a river) :: aluviação {f}, aluviamento {m}
alluvium {n} (deposited material) :: aluvião {m} {f}, alúvio {m}
ally {v} (to unite by agreement) :: aliar
ally {v} (to form a relation on less formal basis) :: aliar
ally {n} (one united to another by treaty or league) :: aliado {m}
ally {n} (anything associated with another as a helper) :: aliado {m}
allyl {n} (organic radical) :: alila {f}
allyl alcohol {n} :: álcool alílico {m}
allylamine {n} (unsaturated primary amine) :: alilamina {f}
allylation {n} (any reaction that introduces an allyl group) :: alilação {f}
allylglycine {n} (a glycine derivative that is an inhibitor of the enzyme glutamate decarboxylase) :: alilglicina {f}
allylic {adj} (containing an allyl group) :: alílico
allylphenol {n} (any allyl phenol) :: alilfenol {m}
allylsilane {n} (any allyl silane) :: alilsilano {m}
allysine {n} (the amino acid 2-amino-6-oxo-hexanoic acid) :: alisina {f}
almadraba {n} (a Mediterranean fishing technique for catching tuna) :: almadrava {f}, almadraba {f}
almagest {n} :: Almagesto {m}, Almajesto {m}
almagra {n} (a deep red ochre found in Spain) :: almagre {m}, almagra {f}
alma mater {n} (graduated school) :: alma mater {f}
almanac {n} (book or table listing astronomical, nautical or other events for the year) :: almanaque {m}
almandine {n} (mineral) :: almandina {f}, almandita {f}
Almaty {prop} (Astana) SEE: Astana ::
Almaty {prop} (city) :: Almaty {f}
Almaty {prop} (Nur-Sultan) SEE: Nur-Sultan ::
Almería {prop} (Spanish city) :: Almeria {f}
Almere {prop} (city in the Netherlands) :: Almere {f}
almighty {adj} (unlimited in might) :: onipotente, todo-poderoso
Almighty {prop} (God, the supreme being) :: Todo-Poderoso {m}
almitrine {n} (a respiratory stimulant) :: almitrina {f}
almogavar {n} (light footsoldier during the Reconquista) :: almogávar {m}
almond {n} (nut) :: amêndoa {f}
almond {n} (tree) :: amendoeira {f}
almond {n} (colour) :: amêndoa
almond {adj} (resembling the colour of an almond nut) :: amendoado
almondine {adj} (garnished with almond slices) :: amendoado
almondlike {adj} (resembling an almond) :: amendoado
almond milk {n} (milky liquid from almonds) :: leite de amêndoa {m}
almond paste {n} (paste made from ground almonds and sugar in equal quantities) :: massa de amêndoa {f}
almond tree {n} (Prunus dulcis) :: amendoeira {f}
almoner {n} (person who distributes alms) :: esmoler {m} {f}
almonership {n} (the rank or office of an almoner) :: esmolaria {f}
almonry {n} (building in which alms were distributed) :: esmolaria {f}
almost {adv} (very close to) :: quase
almost doesn't count {proverb} (near success (or correctness) is not deemed success (or correctness)) SEE: close, but no cigar ::
alms {n} (something given to the poor as charity) :: esmola {f}
almsgiver {n} (giver of alms) :: esmoler {m} {f}
almsgiving {n} (the act of voluntarily giving alms) :: esmola {f}
almucantar {n} (small circle on the celestial sphere) :: almucântara {f}
almude {n} (old liquid measure) :: almude {m}
alnico {n} (alloy of aluminium, nickel and cobalt) :: alnico {m}
alocasia {n} (any of several tropical Asian plants of the genus Alocasia) :: alocásia {f}, alocasia {f}
aloe {n} (plant of the genus Aloe) :: aloe {f}, áloe {f}, aloé {f}
aloesin {n} (a derivative of aloe vera) :: aloesina {f}
aloetic {adj} (consisting chiefly of aloes) :: aloético
aloft {adv} (above) :: nas alturas
alogia {n} (lack of additional, unprompted content in normal speech) :: alogia {f}
alogical {adj} (not based upon logic) :: alógico
alogical {adj} (opposed to logic) :: antilógico
alogically {adv} (in an alogical way) :: alogicamente
aloha {interj} (hello) SEE: hello ::
aloha {interj} (goodbye) SEE: goodbye ::
aloha shirt {n} (Hawaiian shirt) :: camisa havaiana {f}
aloin {n} (glycoside derivative) :: aloína {f}
alone {adj} (unique) :: único {m}
alone {adv} (by oneself) :: sozinho
alone {adv} (without outside help) :: sozinho
alone {adv} (only) ::
along {prep} (by the length of; in a line with the length of; lengthwise next to) :: ao longo de
along {prep} (in a line with, with a progressive motion on; onward on; forward on) :: ao longo de, por
along {adv} (in company, together) :: junto, comigo, conosco {p}
along {adv} (onward, forward) :: adiante
alongside {adv} (along the side; by the side; side by side with) :: ao longo de
along with {conj} (in addition to) :: assim como, junto com
aloof {adv} (at or from a distance) :: à distância, a distância
aloof {adj} (reserved and remote; either physically or emotionally distant) :: alijado {m}
aloofness {n} (the state of being aloof) :: distância {f}
alopecia {n} (medicine: loss of hair) :: alopecia {f}, alopécia {f}
alopecia {n} (baldness) SEE: baldness ::
alopecia areata {n} (form of alopecia) :: alopecia areata {f}
alopecic {adj} (relating to or suffering from alopecia) :: alopécico
Alor Setar {prop} (capital of Kedah) :: Alor Star {f}
alosetron {n} (5-HT3 antagonist used for the management of severe diarrhea) :: alosetrona {f}
a lot {n} (a large amount) :: muito, bastante
a lot {n} (many things) :: bastante, muito
a lot {adv} (very much) :: um monte, muito, muita
a lot {adv} (often) :: muito, bastante
aloud {adv} (loudly) :: em voz alta
aloud {adv} (audibly, not silent) :: em voz alta
Aloysius {prop} (male given name) :: Aloísio {m}
alpaca {n} (camelid animal of the Andes) :: alpaca {f}
alpenstock {n} (walking stick) :: alpenstock {m}
Alpers' disease {n} (a progressive degenerative disease of the central nervous system) :: doença de Alpers {f}
Alpes-de-Haute-Provence {prop} (département) :: Alpes-de-Haute-Provence {m-p}, Alpes da Alta Provença {m-p}
Alpes-Maritimes {prop} (département) :: Alpes Marítimos {m-p}, Alpes-Maritimes {m-p}
alpha {n} (name of the letter Α, α) :: alfa {m}
alpha-amino acid {n} (any amino acid that has the amino and carboxylic functional groups attached to the same carbon atom) :: alfa-aminoácido {m}, alfa aminoácido {m}
alpha and omega {n} (the first and the last) :: alfa e ómega {m} [Portugal], alfa e ômega {m} [Brazil]
alphabet {n} (an ordered set of letters used in a language) :: abc {m}, abecê {m}, á-bê-cê {m}, alfabeto {m}, abecedário {m}
alpha-beta pruning {n} (algorithm for pruning a search tree by eliminating inferior branches) :: poda alfa-beta {f}
alphabetic {adj} (alphabetical) SEE: alphabetical ::
alphabetical {adj} (pertaining to the alphabet) :: alfabético
alphabetical {adj} (in the sequence of the letters of the alphabet) :: alfabético
alphabetically {adv} (in an alphabetical manner) :: alfabeticamente
alphabetically {adv} (arranged in the sequence of the alphabet) :: alfabeticamente
alphabetical order {n} (the sequence of a collection of items) :: ordem alfabética {f}
alphabetiform {adj} (having the form of a developed alphabet instead of crude pictographic symbols) :: alfabetiforme
alphabetisation {n} (act of arranging in alphabetical order) :: ordenamento alfabético {m}
alphabetised {adj} (arranged in alphabetical order) :: ordenado alfabeticamente
alphabetize {v} (to arrange alphabetically) :: ordenar alfabeticamente, pôr em ordem alfabética
alphabet soup {n} (soup that contains noodles in the shape of alphabetical letters) :: sopa de letrinhas {f}
alphabet soup {n} (overabundance of acronyms and abbreviations) :: sopa de letrinhas {f}
alpha-blocker {n} (drug which blocks α1-adrenergic receptors) :: bloqueador alfa {m}, bloqueador alfa-adrenérgico {m}, antagonista alfa-adrenérgico {m}
alpha carbon {n} (the first carbon atom of an aliphatic chain that is attached to a functional group) :: carbono alfa {m}
Alpha Centauri {prop} (brightest star in the southern constellation of Centaurus) :: Alfa Centauri {f}
alpha channel {n} (numeric value) :: canal alfa {m}
alpha decay {n} (radioactive decay by emitting an alpha particle) :: decaimento alfa {m}
alpha emission {n} (emission of alpha particles from the nucleus of an atom) :: emissão alfa {f}
alpha emitter {n} (substance that decays by emitting alpha particles) :: emissor alfa {m}
alpha female {n} (dominant female animal) :: fêmea alfa {f}
alpha helix {n} (secondary structure found in many proteins) :: alfa-hélice {f}, hélice alfa {f}
alphaherpesvirus {n} (any of the subfamily Alphaherpesvirinae of DNA viruses) :: alfa-herpesvírus {m}
alpha male {n} (dominant male animal) :: macho alfa {m}
alphamosaic {adj} (of or pertaining to alphamosaics) :: alfamosaico
alphanumeric {adj} (consisting of letters and numbers) :: alfanumérico {m}
alphanumerical {adj} (alphanumeric) SEE: alphanumeric ::
alpha particle {n} (positively charged nucleus) :: partícula alfa {f}
alpha privative {n} (the prefix a- expressing negation or absence) :: alfa privativo {m}
alphaprodine {n} (one of two isomers of prodine) :: alfaprodina {f}
alphaproteobacterium {n} (any proteobacterium of the class Alphaproteobacteria) :: alfaproteobactéria {f}
alpha radiation {n} (radiation of alpha particles) :: radiação alfa {f}
alpha ray {n} (stream of alpha particles) :: raio alfa {m}
alphasyllabary {n} (an alphasyllabary) :: alfassilabário {m}
alpha version {n} (software in an early status) :: versão alfa {f}
alphavirus {n} (any virus of the genus Alphavirus) :: alfavírus {m}
alpha wave {n} (electrical signal produced by the brain) :: onda alfa {f}
Alpheus {prop} (river in Hades) :: Alfeu {m}
Alpheus {prop} (male given name) :: Alfeu {m}
alphonso mango {n} (a type of Indian mango) :: manga Alphonso {f}
alphorn {n} (musical instrument) :: trompa alpina
alpine {adj} (of or relating to mountains) :: alpestre, montês, montanhês, montesino
alpine {adj} (of or relating to slalom or downhill skiing) :: alpino
Alpine {adj} (Relating to the Alps) :: alpino, alpestre
alpine chough {n} (alpine chough) :: gralha-alpina {f}
alpine skiing {n} (sport) :: esqui alpino {m}
alpinism {n} (mountain climbing) :: alpinismo {m}
alpinist {n} (mountain climber) SEE: mountaineer ::
alprazolam {n} (drug) :: alprazolam {m}
alprenolol {n} (a drug used to treat angina) :: alprenolol {m}
alprostadil {n} (drug) :: alprostadil {m}
Alps {prop} (a mountain range in Western Europe) :: Alpes {m-p}
al-Qaeda {prop} (The global network of militant Islamic extremists.) :: al-Qaeda {f}, al-Qaida
al-Quds {prop} (Jerusalem) SEE: Jerusalem ::
already {adv} (prior to some time) ::
already {adv} (so soon) ::
already {adv} (used to emphasize impatience or express exasperation) :: de uma vez
alrighty {interj} (informal indication of agreement or consent) :: beleza, beleuza
Alsace {prop} (region on the west bank of the upper Rhine) :: Alsácia {f}
Alsatian {adj} (of or relating to Alsace) :: alsaciano
Alsatian {n} (person from Alsace) :: alsaciano {m}
Alsatian {prop} (language of Alsace) :: alsaciano {m}
alsike {n} (Trifolium hybridum, a species of clover) :: trevo híbrido {m}, trevo sueco {m}
also {adv} (in addition; besides; as well; further; too) :: também
also known as {adv} (used to introduce an alternative name) SEE: AKA ::
alstroemeria {n} (any member of the genus Alstroemeria of South American flowering plants) :: alstroeméria {f}
Alta California {prop} (historic region of New Spain and Mexico, now part of the US) :: Alta Califórnia {f}
Altai {prop} (Altay) SEE: Altay ::
Altaian {adj} (relating to the Altai) :: altaico
Altaic {adj} (pertaining to the group of languages) :: altaico
Altair {prop} (star) :: Altair
altaite {n} (lead telluride) :: altaíta {f}
altar {n} (flat-topped structure used for religious rites) :: altar
altar boy {n} (A boy serving as an acolyte) :: coroinha {m}
altar card {n} (one of a set of three richly-ornamented cards, placed on the altar during a Tridentine mass, containing the texts of prayers) :: sacra {f}
altarless {adj} (not having an altar) :: sem altar/altares
altarpiece {n} (work of art suspended above and behind an altar) :: retábulo {m}
altar wine {n} (wine produced for ritual consumption during Mass) :: vinho de missa {m}
Altay {prop} (mountain range) :: Altai {m}
altazimuth {n} (the surveying instrument that has a mount permitting both horizontal and vertical rotation) :: altazimute {m}
alteplase {n} (drug) :: alteplase {f}
alter {v} (to change the form or structure of) :: alterar, mudar, modificar
alterability {n} (property of being alterable) :: alterabilidade {f}
alterable {adj} (capable of being changed) :: alterável, mudável, modificável
alterant {n} (something that causes alteration) :: alterador {m}, alterante {m} {f}
alteration {n} (the act of altering or making different) :: alteração {f}
alteration {n} (the state of being altered) :: alteração
alterative {adj} (causing alteration) :: alterativo, alterante, alterador
altercate {v} (to argue, quarrel or wrangle) :: altercar
altercation {n} (dispute) :: briga {f}, disputa {f}, altercação {f}
altercative {adj} (characterized by wrangling) :: altercador, altercante
alter ego {n} (alternate personality or persona) :: alter ego, outro eu
alterer {n} (one who alters) :: alterador {m}
alterity {n} (otherness) :: alteridade {f}, outridade {f}
alternate {adj} (being or succeeding by turns) :: alternado, alternante
alternate {adj} (other; alternative) :: alternativo
alternate {v} (to perform by turns) :: alternar
alternate {v} (to happen, succeed, or act by turns) :: alternar
alternate {v} (to vary by turns) :: alternar
alternately {adv} (succeding by turns) :: alternadamente
alternate universe {n} (imaginary realm in literature) :: universo alternativo {m}
alternate universe {n} (hypothetical world) SEE: parallel universe ::
alternating {adj} (such that it alternates) :: alternante
alternating current {n} (electric current that reverses direction periodically) :: corrente alternada {f}
alternatingly {adv} (in an alternating manner) :: alternantemente
alternation {n} (ablaut) SEE: ablaut ::
alternation {n} (alternate succession) :: alternância {f}, alternação {f}
alternative {adj} (Relating to a choice) :: alternativo
alternative {adj} (other) :: alternativo
alternative {n} (a situation which allows a choice between two or more possibilities) :: alternativa {f}
alternative {n} (one of several things which can be chosen) :: alternativa {f}
alternative algebra {n} :: álgebra alternativa {f}
alternative country {n} (subgenre of country music influenced by other musical styles) :: country alternativo {m}
alternative hypothesis {n} (hypothesis) :: hipótese alternativa {f}
alternatively {adv} (in an alternative way) :: alternativamente
alternative medicine {n} (any of various medical methods and practices used in place of conventional medicine) :: medicina alternativa {f}
alternative rock {n} (genre of rock music) :: rock alternativo {m}
alternativism {n} (rejection of social normality) :: alternativismo {m}
alternativity {n} (the quality of being alternative) :: alternatividade {f}
alternator {n} (an electric generator which produces alternating current) :: alternador {m}
Althing {prop} (the national parliament of Iceland) :: Alting {m}, Althing {m}
although {conj} (in spite of the fact that) :: embora, conquanto, apesar de
although {conj} (but) :: embora, apesar de
Althusserian {adj} (pertaining to Louis Pierre Althusser, Marxist philosopher) :: althusseriano
altiloquence {n} (pompous language) :: altiloquência {f}, altiloquia {f}
altiloquent {adj} (pompous or pretentious in speech) :: altiloquente
altimeter {n} (an apparatus for measuring altitude) :: altímetro {m}
altimetric {adj} (pertaining to altimetry) :: altimétrico
altimetrically {adv} (by means of altimetry) :: altimetricamente
altimetry {n} (the science of measuring altitude) :: altimetria {f}
altisonant {adj} (of speech: lofty or pompous) :: altissonante, altíssono
altitude {n} (absolute height) :: altitude {f}
altitude {n} (distance measured upwards) :: altitude {f}
altitude {n} (distance measured perpendicularly from a figure's vertex to the opposite side of the vertex) :: altitude {f}
altitude {n} (distance measured angularly of a heavenly body) :: altitude {f}
altitude sickness {n} (oxygen deficiency at high altitudes) :: mal das montanhas {m}, mal da montanha {m}, mal de montanha {m}, mal das alturas {m}, mal de altitude {m}, doença das alturas {f}, doença das montanhas {f}
altitudinal {adj} (of or in relation to altitude) :: altitudinal
altivolant {adj} (flying high) :: altivolante, altívolo
alt key {n} (computing: a key on a keyboard) :: tecla Alt {f}
alto {n} (musical part) :: contralto {m}
alto {n} (person or instrument) :: contralto {m}
altocumulus {n} (cloud) :: alto-cúmulo {m}
altogether {adv} (without exception; wholly; completely) :: completamente
altogether {adv} (on the whole; everything considered) :: ao todo
altoist {n} (1. someone who plays an alto instrument) :: altista {m} {f}
altophobia {n} (acrophobia) SEE: acrophobia ::
altostratus {n} (cloud type) :: alto-estrato {m}, altostratus {m}, altostrato {m}
altretamine {n} (drug) :: altretamina {f}
altricial {adj} (having young which are helpless at birth) :: altricial
altrose {n} (aldohexose epimeric with mannose) :: altrose {f}
altruism {n} (policy that benefits others' interests) :: altruísmo {m}
altruist {n} (person imbued with altruism) :: altruísta {m} {f}
altruistic {adj} (regardful of others; beneficent; unselfish) :: altruísta
altruistically {adv} (in an altruistic manner) :: altruisticamente
aludel {n} (pear-shaped pot with an opening at each end) :: aludel {m}
alula {n} (bastard wing) SEE: bastard wing ::
alum {n} (chemistry: double sulfate) :: alume {m}
alumina {n} (aluminum oxide) :: alumina {f}
aluminate {n} (compound containing aluminium and oxygen) :: aluminato {m}
aluminic {adj} (of, relating to or containing aluminium) :: alumínico
aluminiferous {adj} (containing aluminium) :: aluminífero
aluminise {v} (to coat) :: aluminizar
aluminite {n} (a hydrous aluminium sulfate mineral) :: aluminita {f}, aluminite {f}
aluminium {n} (silvery metal) :: alumínio {m}
aluminium-27 {n} (isotope of aluminium with 13 protons and 14 neutrons) :: alumínio 27 {m}
aluminium bronze {n} (alloy of copper with about 5% to 10% aluminium) :: bronze de alumínio {m}
aluminium foil {n} (very thin, pliable, eaily torn sheet of aluminium) :: papel-alumínio {m}, papel laminado {m}
aluminium paper {n} (aluminium foil) SEE: aluminium foil ::
alumino- {prefix} (prefix indicating aluminium) :: alumin-
aluminon {n} (triammonium salt of aurintricarboxylic acid) :: aluminon {m}
aluminophosphate {n} (any inorganic compound whose structure is a combination of aluminate and phosphate) :: aluminofosfato {m}
aluminosilicate {n} (any silicate mineral in which some Si4+ ions are replaced by Al3+) :: aluminossilicato {m}
aluminothermic {adj} (relating to or employing aluminothermy) :: aluminotérmico
aluminothermy {n} (the production of a metal from its oxide by heating it with aluminium) :: aluminotermia {f}
aluminous {adj} (of or pertaining to alumina or alum) :: aluminoso
aluminoxane {n} (a class of organometallic compounds of aluminium) :: aluminoxano {m}
aluminum {n} (aluminium) SEE: aluminium ::
alumna {n} (a female pupil or student) :: aluna {f}
alumna {n} (a female graduate) :: diplomada {f}
alumnus {n} (a male pupil or student) :: aluno {m}
alumnus {n} (a male graduate) :: diplomado {m}, graduado {m}
alumnus {n} (a student) :: aluno {m}
alumosilicate {n} (the anion [AlSiO4]-1) :: alumossilicato {m}
alunite {n} (mineral) :: alunita {f}
Alutiiq {prop} (a language of the Eskimo-Aleut family) :: alutiiq {m}
alveolar {adj} (relating to the jaw ridge) :: alveolar
alveolar {adj} (relating to the alveoli) :: alveolar
alveolar {adj} (formed with the tongue touching or approaching the ridge behind the upper teeth) :: alveolar
alveolar {n} (an alveolar consonant) :: alveolar {f}
alveolar bone {n} (ridge on the maxilla) :: osso alveolar {m}
alveolar dead space {n} (air in the lung which does not partake in gas exchange) :: espaço morto {m}
alveolarization {n} (the formation of the alveoli) :: alveolarização {f}, alveolização {f}
alveolarization {n} (change of place of articulation into alveolar) :: alveolarização {f}
alveolar ridge {n} (ridge that forms the borders of the maxilla and the mandible) :: processo alveolar {m}
alveolate {adj} (having honeycomb-like cavities) :: alveolado
alveolectomy {n} (surgical reshaping of the alveolar ridge) :: alveolectomia {f}
alveolitis {n} (inflammation of the alveoli in the lungs) :: alveolite {f}
alveolitis {n} (inflammation of a dental alveolus) :: alveolite {f}
alveolus {n} (anatomical structure that has the form of a hollow cavity) :: alvéolo {m}
alveolus {n} (small air sac in the lungs) :: alvéolo {m}
alveopalatal {adj} (intermediate in articulation between the coronal and dorsal consonants) :: alveopalatal, alvéolo-palatal
alvine {adj} (pertaining to the belly or intestines) :: alvino
Alvíssmál {prop} (tenth book of the Poetic Edda) :: Alvíssmál
always {adv} (at all times) :: sempre
always {adv} (constantly during a certain period, or regularly at stated intervals) :: sempre, constantemente
alymphocytosis {n} (genetic disorder in which lymphocyte proliferation is inhibited) :: alinfocitose {f}
alyssum {n} (any of several plants, of the genus Alyssum) :: alisso {m}
Alytus {prop} (city in Lithuania) :: Alytus {f}
Alzheimer's disease {n} (mental disorder from brain tissue changes) :: doença de Alzheimer {f}, alzheimer {m}, mal de Alzheimer {m}
a.m. {adv} (before noon) :: a.m., da manhã
amacrine {adj} (of a cell: without long processes) :: amácrino
Amadeus {prop} (male given name) :: Amadeu {m}
Amadori compound {n} (derivative of aminodeoxysugars formed in food as part of the Maillard reactions) :: composto de Amadori {m}
Amahuaca {prop} (Panoan language spoken in Peru) :: amahuaca {m}
amala {n} (thick paste made from yam skin) :: amalá {m}
Amalec {prop} (grandson of Esau) :: Amaleque {m}
Amalekite {n} (descendent of the Biblical Amalek) :: amalequita {m} {f}
amalgam {n} (alloy) :: amálgama {m} {f}
amalgam {n} (combination) :: amálgama {m} {f}
amalgamable {adj} (capable of being amalgamated) :: amalgamável
amalgamate {v} (to combine or blend) :: amalgamar
amalgamate {v} (to make an alloy of mercury and another metal) :: amalgamar
amalgamated {adj} (combined from two or more entities) :: amalgamado
amalgamation {n} (The process of amalgamating) :: amalgamação {f}
amalgamation {n} (The result of amalgamating) :: amálgama {m} {f}
amalgamation {n} (The production of an alloy of mercury) :: amalgamação {f}
amalgamative {adj} (that amalgamates) :: amalgamador, amalgamante
amalgamator {n} (one who amalgamates) :: amalgamador {m}
Amalia {prop} (female given name) :: Amália {f}
Amalthea {prop} (goat or nymph who suckled Zeus) :: Amalteia {f}
Amalthea {prop} (third most distant moon Jupiter) :: Amalteia {f}
Amanda {prop} (female given name) :: Amanda {f}
amandine {n} (the vegetable casein of almonds) :: amendina {f}
a man is known by the company he keeps {proverb} (people are similar in character to their friends) :: diz-me com quem andas, dir-te-ei quem és
amanita {n} (mushroom of the genus Amanita) :: amanita {m}
amanitin {n} (deadly amatoxin found in Amanita phalloides) :: amanitina {f}
a man's home is his castle {proverb} (proverbial expression of personal privacy and security) :: a casa de um homem é o seu castelo
amantadine {n} (drug) :: amantadina {f}
amanuensis {n} (one employed to take dictation) :: amanuense {m} {f}
amanuensis {n} (a clerk, secretary or stenographer) :: amanuense {m} {f}, escrevente {m} {f}
Amapá {prop} (a state in northern Brazil) :: Amapá {m}
Amara {prop} (female given name) :: Amara {f}
Amara {prop} (city in Iraq) :: Amara {f}
amarantaceous {adj} (pertaining to or resembling the family Amaranthaceae) :: amarantáceo
amaranth {n} (herb of the genus Amaranthus) :: amaranto {m}
Amaravati {prop} (a city.) :: Amaravati {f}
amaretto {n} (a sweet almond-flavoured liqueur) :: amaretto {m}, amareto {m}
Amarillo {prop} (city in the northwest plains of Texas) :: Amarillo {f}
amarine {n} (substance obtained from oil of bitter almonds) :: amarina {f}
amaro {n} (an Italian herbal liqueur) :: amaro {m}
Amarone {n} (strong Italian dry red wine) :: amarone {m}, Amarone {m}
amaryllid {n} (any plant of the family Amaryllidaceae) :: amarilidácea {f}
amaryllis {n} (Amaryllis belladonna) :: amarílis {f}
amass {v} (to collect into a mass or heap) :: amontoar
amasser {n} (one who amasses) :: amontoador {m}
amassment {n} (the act of amassing) :: amontoação {f}, amontoamento {m}
amastia {n} (absence of breast tissue, nipple, and areola) :: amastia {f}
amastigote {n} (cell that does not have any flagella or cilia) :: amastigota {m} {f}
Amata {prop} (wife of Latinus and the mother of Lavinia) :: Amata {f}
amate {n} (paper produced from Ficus bark) :: papel amate {m}
Amaterasu {prop} (Japanese sun goddess) :: Amaterasu {f}
amateur {n} (person attached to a pursuit without pursuing it professionally) :: amador {m}
amateur {n} (someone unqualified) :: amador {m}
amateur {adj} (showing lack of professionalism, experience or talent) :: amador {m}, principiante {m} {f}
amateur {adj} (nonprofessional) SEE: nonprofessional ::
amateurish {adj} (reflecting the efforts of an amateur) :: amador
amateurishly {adv} (In an amateurish manner) :: amadoramente
amateurism {n} (amateur beliefs and practices) :: amadorismo {m}
amateur radio {n} (hobby) :: radioamadorismo {m}
amative {adj} (pertaining to love) :: amativo
amativeness {n} (propensity to love) :: amatividade {f}
amatol {n} (high explosive made from ammonium nitrate and trinitrotoluene) :: amatol {m}
amatorially {adv} (in an amatory manner) :: amatoriamente
amatory {adj} (of or relating to love, especially sexual love) :: amatório
amatoxin {n} (any of a class of toxic peptides produced by amanitas) :: amatoxina {f}
amatriciana {n} (Italian pasta sauce based on guanciale, pecorino and tomato) :: amatriciana {m}
amaurosis {n} (blindness that is accompanied by no obvious change to the eye) :: amaurose {f}
amaurotic {adj} (pertaining to or suffering from amaurosis) :: amaurótico
amavadin {n} (anion containing vanadium found in some amanitas) :: amavadina {f}
amaxophobia {n} (fear of riding in a vehicle) :: amaxofobia {f}
amazake {n} (sweet nutritious low-alcohol drink from Japan) :: amazake {m}
amaze {v} (to fill with surprise, astonish) :: espantar, surpreender
amazed {adj} (astonished; confounded with fear, surprise or wonder) :: espantado
amazedly {adv} (in an amazed manner) :: espantadamente
amazement {n} (the condition of being amazed; overwhelming wonder, as from surprise, sudden fear) :: fascínio {m}, fascinação {f}, assombro {m}, surpresa {f}, espanto {m}
amazing {adj} (very good) SEE: good ::
amazing {adj} (causing wonder and amazement) :: surpreendente
amazingly {adv} (wonderfully) :: incrivelmente, fantasticamente
amazingly {adv} (difficult to believe) :: incrivelmente, surpreendentemente
amazingly {adv} (to a wonder-inspiring extent) :: incrivelmente, fantasticamente
amazon {n} (tall, strong, athletic woman) :: amazona {f}
Amazon {n} (Mythological female warrior) :: amazona {f}
Amazon {prop} (river) :: Amazonas {m}
Amazonas {prop} (state of Brazil) :: Amazonas
Amazonas {prop} (department of Colombia) :: Amazonas
Amazonas {prop} (region of Peru) :: Amazonas
Amazonas {prop} (state of Venezuela) :: Amazonas
Amazonian {adj} (having to do with the Amazon River) :: amazónico [Portugal], amazônico [Brazil]
Amazonian {adj} (of or relating to the Amazons) :: amazónico [Portugal], amazônico [Brazil]
Amazonian antshrike {n} (Thamnophilus amazonicus) :: [Brazil]: choca-canela
Amazonianist {n} (one who studies Amazonian regions and cultures) :: amazonista {m} {f}
amazonite {n} (gem) :: amazonita {f}
amazonitic {adj} (containing or relating to amazonite) :: amazonítico
Amazon lily {n} (Eucharis amazonica) :: lírio-do-amazonas {m}
Amazon lily {n} (Victoria amazonica) :: vitória-régia {f}
Amazonomachy {n} (artistic representation of a battle with Amazons) :: amazonomaquia {f}
amazonstone {n} (amazonite) SEE: amazonite ::
amb {n} (outline of a spore or pollen grain) :: amb {m}
amœba {n} (amoeba) SEE: amoeba ::
ambages {n} (indirect or roundabout ways of talking) SEE: circumlocution ::
Ambala {prop} (capital city of Haryana, India) :: Ambala {f}
amban {n} (provincial governor in a semi-independent territory under Chinese rule) :: Amban {m}
ambarella {n} (tree) :: cajá-manga
Ambarvalia {n} :: ambarvais {f-p}
ambass {v} (to engage in the professional work of an ambassador) :: embaixar
ambassador {n} (minister) :: embaixador {m}, embaixadora {f}
ambassador {n} (representative) :: embaixador {m}, representante {m} {f}
ambassadorial {adj} (pertaining to an ambassador) :: diplomático
ambassadorship {n} (the post or office of ambassador) :: embaixada {f}
ambassadress {n} (female ambassador) :: embaixatriz {f}
ambenonium {n} (cholinesterase inhibitor used in the management of myasthenia gravis) :: ambenônio {m} [Brazil]
amber {n} (fossil resin) :: âmbar {m}, alambre {m}
amber {n} (colour) :: âmbar {m}
amber {n} (traffic light colour) :: amarelo {m}
amber {adj} (of a brownish yellow colour) :: âmbar, ambarino
amber {n} (ambergris) SEE: ambergris ::
amber alert {n} (public notification of a child abduction) :: alerta AMBER {m}
ambergris {n} (waxy substance produced by sperm whales) :: âmbar cinza {m}, âmbar gris {m}, âmbar pardo {m}
amberjack {n} (fish of genus Seriola) :: olhete {m}
ambi- {prefix} (both, on both sides) :: ambi-
ambiance {n} (particular mood or atmosphere of an environment) :: atmosfera {f}, ambiência {f}
ambident {adj} (having two alternative and interacting reaction sites) :: ambidentado, ambidente
ambidexterity {n} (property) :: ambidestria {f}, ambidestreza {f}
ambidextrous {adj} (having equal ability in both hands) :: ambidestro
ambient {adj} (encompassing on all sides) :: ambiente
ambient {n} (Something that surrounds) :: ambiente {m}
ambient {n} (Type of modern music) :: ambient {m}
ambigenous {adj} (of two kinds) :: ambígeno
ambigram {n} (design that reads as the same word or phrase in two different orientations) :: ambigrama {m}
ambiguate {v} (to make more ambiguous) :: ambiguar, ambiguizar
ambiguation {n} (act of ambiguating) :: ambiguação {f}, ambiguização {f}
ambiguity {n} (something liable to more than one interpretation)