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  • c (ce) ????
  • pt: (cê) terceira letra do alfabeto (consoante)
  • -c ????
  • en: see -ic

cabalaModificar

  • sub
  • cabala ????
  • pt: n cabala
  • en: n 1. cabala; 2. cabal
  • ◊ cabalista-cabalistic; cabalar

cabalarModificar

  • v
  • cabalar ????
  • pt: v cabalar
  • en: v 1. to cabalize, practice cabala; 2. to plot, intrigue

cabalistaModificar

  • sub
  • cabalista ????
  • pt: n cabalista
  • en: n cabalist

cabalisticModificar

  • adj
  • cabalistic ????
  • pt: adj cabalístico/a
  • en: adj cabalistic

cabanaModificar

  • sub
  • cabana ????
  • pt: n cabana
  • en: n cabin, hut; also: cottage;
  • cabana de folios arbor, bower

cabaretModificar

  • sub
  • cabaret [F ????
  • pt: n cabaret [F]
  • en: n cabaret (1. cabaret shop; café chantant ; 2. tea, coffee, etc., set)
  • ◊ cabaretero

cabareteroModificar

  • sub
  • cabaretero ????
  • pt: n proprietário dum cabaret
  • en: n cabaret owner, cabaretier

cabaretistaModificar

  • sub
  • cabaretista ????
  • pt: n actor de cabaret

cabestanModificar

  • sub

cabinaModificar

  • sub
  • cabina ????
  • pt: n cabine, cabina
  • en: n 1. [Naut.] cabin, stateroom; 2. car (of an elevator)
  • ◊ cabinetto </p>

cabinettoModificar

  • sub
  • cabinetto ????
  • pt: n pequena cabina
  • en: n cabinet (1. small room; also: closet; 2. [Gov.]);
  • cabinetto de lectura reading-room;
  • question de cabinetto 1. state affair that may cause a change of cabinet; 2. vital question

cablarModificar

  • v
  • cablar ????
  • pt: v (instalar cabos)
  • en: v to cable (* to transmit messages by cable)

cabloModificar

  • sub
  • cablo ????
  • pt: n cabo
  • en: n cable
  • ◊ cablar; cablogramma etc.

cablogrammaModificar

  • sub
  • cablogramma ????
  • pt: n cablograma
  • en: n cablegram

cabotageModificar

  • sub
  • cabotage ????
  • pt: n cabotagem (navegação costeira)

cabotarModificar

  • v

caboteroModificar

  • sub

cabrarModificar

  • v

cabrioletModificar

  • sub
  • cabriolet [F ????
  • pt: n cabriolet [F]
  • en: n cabriolet (1. cab; 2. [Motoring] convertible coupé or roadster)
  • cac- ????
  • en: adj [occurring in compounds] caco (* bad, evil)
  • ◊ cacodemone etc.; cacoethe etc.; cacographo etc.; cacophone etc.

cacahueteModificar

  • sub

cacaoModificar

  • sub
  • cacao (-áo) ????
  • pt: n cacau (1. cacaueiro; 2. fruto do cacaueiro);
  • butyro de cacao manteiga de cacau
  • en: n I. cacao (1. cacao tree; 2. cacao bean); II. cocoa;
  • butyro de cacao cocoa butter

cacaoieroModificar

  • sub

cacarModificar

  • v

cacarearModificar

  • v

cacataModificar

  • sub

cacatorioModificar

  • sub

cacatuaModificar

  • sub

cachalote {sj}Modificar

  • sub

cachectic {sj}Modificar

  • adj

cachetModificar

  • sub

cachexia {sj}Modificar

  • sub
  • cachmir (-sh-) ????
  • pt: n caxemira, casimira
  • en: n cashmere (cloth)
  • Cachmir (-sh-) ????
  • pt: npr Caxemir
  • en: npr Kashmir;
  • cachmir cashmere (cloth)

cachmir {sj}Modificar

  • adj

Cachmir {sj}Modificar

  • sub n pr
  • cacia ????
  • pt: n caça (compare: veneria, venation)
  • en: see veneria, venation, chassa
  • caciar ????
  • pt: v 1. caçar (compare: venar); 2. expulsar
  • en: see venar, chassar
  • caciator ????
  • pt: n caçador (compare: venator)
  • en: see venator, caciator, chassator

caciqueModificar

  • sub

cacodemoneModificar

  • sub
  • cacodemone ????
  • en: n cacodemon (1. evil spirit; 2. [Astrol.])

cacoetheModificar

  • sub
  • cacoethe ????
  • pt: n cacoete (1. mau habito;
  • 2. [Med.])
  • en: n cacoëthes (1. bad habit; 2. [Med.])

cacographiaModificar

  • sub
  • cacographia (-ía) ????
  • pt: n cacografia, erro ortográfico
  • en: n cacography, bad spelling

cacographoModificar

  • sub
  • cacographo (-có-) ????
  • pt: n cacógrafo
  • en: n cacographer, poor speller
  • ◊ cacographia

cacolaliaModificar

  • sub

cacologiaModificar

  • sub

cacophoneModificar

  • adj
  • cacophone ????
  • pt: adj cacofono/a
  • en: adj cacophonous, cacophonic
  • ◊ cacophonia-cacophonic

cacophoniaModificar

  • sub
  • cacophonia (-ía) ????
  • pt: n cacofonia
  • en: n cacophony

cacophonicModificar

  • adj
  • cacophonic ????
  • pt: adj cacofonico/a
  • en: adj cacophonous, cacophonic

cactaceasModificar

  • sub pl
  • cactaceas ????
  • pt: n [Bot.] cactaceas
  • en: n [Bot.] Cactaceae

cactaceeModificar

  • adj
  • cactacee ????
  • pt: adj [Bot.] cactáceo/a
  • en: adj [Bot.] cactaceous

cactiformeModificar

  • adj

cactoModificar

  • sub
  • cacto ????
  • pt: n cacto
  • en: n cactus
  • ◊ cactacee-cactaceas

cadavereModificar

  • sub
  • cadavere ????
  • pt: n cadáver
  • en: n 1. corpse, cadaver; 2. carcass
  • ◊ cadaverose

cadavericModificar

  • adj

cadaverinaModificar

  • sub

cadaveroseModificar

  • adj
  • cadaverose ????
  • pt: adj cadaveroso/a
  • en: adj cadaverous, corpse-like

caddieModificar

  • sub
  • caddie [A ????
  • pt: n caddie [A]
  • en: n [Golfing] caddie

cadenteModificar

  • adj

cadentiaModificar

  • sub
  • cadentia ????
  • pt: n cadência (ritmo musical ou movimento)
  • en: n cadence (1. rhythmical flow or movement; 2. [Mus.] concluding strain)
  • ◊ cadentiar

cadentiarModificar

  • v
  • cadentiar ????
  • pt: v cadenciar
  • en: v to give cadence or rhythm to; to cadence

cadentiateModificar

  • adj

caderModificar

  • v
  • cader [cad-/cas-; -cid- ????
  • pt: v cair
  • en: v to fall, drop, tumble, etc.;
  • cader malade to fall ill
  • ◊ cadentia; caso; cadita-paracadita etc.; accider; incider; decader; recader

cadetteModificar

  • adj
  • cadette ????
  • pt: adj -;
  • (filio, fratre) cadette (filho ou irmão mais novo)
  • en: adj -;
  • (filio, fratre) cadette younger (son, brother)
  • ◊ cadetto

cadettoModificar

  • sub
  • cadetto ????
  • pt: n cadete (estudante da escola militar)
  • en: n cadet (1. younger son or brother; 2. student at a military school)

cadiModificar

  • sub

caditaModificar

  • sub
  • cadita ????
  • pt: n caída
  • en: n fall, falling;
  • cadita de aqua waterfall

cadmiarModificar

  • v

cadmiaturaModificar

  • sub

cadmicModificar

  • adj

cadmifereModificar

  • adj

cadmiumModificar

  • sub
  • cadmium (cád-) ????
  • pt: n [Quim.] cádmio (Cd)
  • en: n cadmium

caducModificar

  • adj
  • caduc ????
  • pt: n caduco/a

caduceoModificar

  • sub

caducitateModificar

caféModificar

  • sub
  • café [F ????
  • pt: n café [F]
  • en: n coffeehouse, café

cafeteriaModificar

  • sub

caffeModificar

  • sub
  • caffe ????
  • pt: n café (bebida)
  • en: n 1. coffee; 2. café
  • ◊ caffetero; caffetiera; caffeina

caffeieroModificar

  • sub

caffeinaModificar

  • sub
  • caffeina (-ína) ????
  • pt: n cafeína
  • en: n caffeine
  • caffeteria ????
  • pt: n cafetaria, café (bar)

caffeteroModificar

  • sub
  • caffetero ????
  • pt: n cafeteiro
  • en: n coffeehouse keeper

caffetieraModificar

  • sub
  • caffetiera ????
  • pt: n cafeteira
  • en: n coffeepot

cafreModificar

  • sub

CafreriaModificar

  • sub n pr

caftanModificar

  • sub
  • caftan ????
  • en: n caftan

caidModificar

  • sub

caimanModificar

  • sub

CainModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Cain (-ín) ????
  • pt: nprm Caim
  • en: nprm Cain

CaiphasModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Caiphas (-fás) ????
  • pt: nprm Caiafas
  • en: nprm Caiaphas, Caiphas

caiqueModificar

  • sub

cairnModificar

  • sub

cairotaModificar

  • adj

cairotaModificar

  • sub

caissonModificar

  • sub
  • caisson [F ????
  • pt: n caisson [F]
  • en: n caisson (1. [Mil.]; 2. [Engin.]; 3. [Arch.])

cakeModificar

  • sub

cake-walkModificar

  • sub

cakileModificar

  • sub

calaModificar

  • sub

calabazaModificar

  • sub

calabreseModificar

  • adj

calabreseModificar

  • sub

calabrosaModificar

  • sub

calamagrostisModificar

  • sub

calamarModificar

  • sub
  • calamar ????
  • pt: n calamar, lula

calamelloModificar

  • sub

calaminaModificar

  • sub

calaminthaModificar

  • sub
  • calamita ????
  • pt: n imã

calamitateModificar

  • sub
  • calamitate ????
  • pt: n calamidade
  • en: n calamity (1. great public misfortune; 2. serious trouble, distress)
  • ◊ calamitose

calamitoseModificar

  • adj
  • calamitose ????
  • pt: adj calamitoso/a, funesto/a
  • en: adj calamitous

calamoModificar

  • sub

calampelisModificar

  • sub

calandoModificar

  • adv

calandra (I)Modificar

  • sub

calandra (II)Modificar

  • sub

calandrageModificar

  • sub

calandrarModificar

  • v

calandratorModificar

  • sub

calaoModificar

  • sub
  • -calar ????
  • en: v [occurring in compounds]
  • ◊ intercalar; nomenclar etc.

calcaneoModificar

  • sub

calcarModificar

  • v
  • calcar ????
  • pt: v calcar
  • en: v 1. to trample, tread; to stamp; to press; 2. to kick; 3. to trace, make a tracing
  • ◊ calco; calcator

calcareeModificar

  • adj

calcariModificar

  • adj
  • calcari ????
  • pt: adj calcário/a
  • en: adj calcareous

calcario (I)Modificar

  • sub

calcario (II)Modificar

  • sub
  • calcario ????
  • pt: n calcário
  • en: n limestone

calcatorModificar

  • sub
  • calcator ????
  • pt: n calcador, pisador
  • en: n tracing point, tracer

calce (I)Modificar

  • sub

calce (II)Modificar

  • sub
  • calce¹ ????
  • pt: n 1. calcanhar; 2. pé, base (de um pilar); 3. coronha (dum rifle)
  • en: n 1. heel; 2. foot (of a pillar or mast); 3. stock (of a rifle)
  • ◊ calceo; calcar; recalcitrar
  • calce² ????
  • pt: n cal (oxido de cálcio);
  • calce vive cal viva
  • en: n lime (* calcium oxide);
  • calce vive quicklime;
  • calce extincte slaked lime;
  • lacte de calce whitewash (* mixture of lime and water);
  • petra de calce limestone
  • ◊ calcite; calculo; calcari; calcario; calcic; calcium; calcifere; calcificar-calcification; calcinar

calceaModificar

  • sub
  • calcea ????
  • pt: n meia, peúga
  • en: n hose; also: stocking;
  • calcea blau bluestocking
  • ◊ calcetta; calceones; calcear

calcearModificar

  • v
  • calcear ????
  • pt: v calçar;
  • calcear se calçar-se
  • en: v 1. to put (shoes, boots, stockings, etc.) on (someone’s feet);
  • 2. to cover the foot or root (of a tree, etc.);
  • calcear se to put on one’s shoes, stockings, etc.
  • ◊ calceator; calceatura; calceate; discalcear-discalceamento, discalceator, discalceate

calceateModificar

  • adj
  • calceate ????
  • pt: adj calçado/a (com sapatos, botas)
  • en: 1. pp of calcear  ;
  • 2. adj wearing shoes, boots, etc., shod

calceatorModificar

  • sub
  • calceator ????
  • pt: n calçadeira (instrumento de osso, plástico ou metal para ajudar a calçar os sapatos)
  • en: n shoehorn

calceaturaModificar

  • sub
  • calceatura ????
  • pt: n sapato
  • en: n footwear, footgear

calceiformeModificar

  • adj
  • calceiforme ????
  • pt: adj [Bot.] calciforme
  • en: adj [Bot.] calceiform

calcemiaModificar

  • sub

calceoModificar

  • sub
  • calceo ????
  • pt: n pantufa
  • en: n shoe slipper; also: [Technol.]
  • ◊ calceolo; calceiforme; calcea

calceolariaModificar

  • sub
  • calceolaria ????
  • pt: n [Bot.] calceolária
  • en: n [Bot.] calceolaria

calceolateModificar

  • adj
  • calceolate ????
  • pt: adj [Bot.] calciforme
  • en: adj [Bot.] calceolate

calceoloModificar

  • sub
  • calceolo (-é-) ????
  • pt: n 1. pantufa, soco; 2. cunha
  • en: n 1. small shoe or slipper; 2. small wedge, socket, etc.
  • ◊ calceolaria; calceolate

calceonesModificar

  • sub pl
  • calceones ????
  • pt: n pl calções; cuecas
  • en: npl underpants; also: shorts

calceonettasModificar

  • sub pl

calceriaModificar

  • sub

calceroModificar

  • sub

calcettaModificar

  • sub
  • calcetta ????
  • pt: n (pequena) peúga, meia
  • en: n (small) stocking; also: sock
  • ◊ calcettero; calcetteria

calcetteriaModificar

  • sub
  • calcetteria (-ía) ????
  • pt: n estabelecimento de venda de meias
  • en: n hosiery; also: hosiery shop

calcetteroModificar

  • sub
  • calcettero ????
  • pt: n vendedor, fabricante de meias
  • en: n stocking maker, stocking weaver

calcicModificar

  • adj
  • calcic ????
  • pt: adj [Quim.] cálcico/a
  • en: adj [Chem.] calcic

calcicoleModificar

  • adj

calcifereModificar

  • adj
  • calcifere ????
  • pt: adj calcifero/a, calcário/a
  • en: adj calciferous

calcificarModificar

  • v
  • calcificar ????
  • pt: v calcificar
  • en: v to calcify

calcificationModificar

  • sub
  • calcification ????
  • pt: n calcificação
  • en: n calcification

calcifugeModificar

  • adj

calcimetriaModificar

  • sub

calcimetroModificar

  • sub

calcinarModificar

  • v
  • calcinar ????
  • pt: v calcinar
  • en: v to calcine
  • ◊ calcination; calcinatori

calcinationModificar

  • sub
  • calcination ????
  • pt: n calcinação
  • en: n calcination

calcinatoriModificar

  • adj
  • calcinatori ????
  • pt: adj calcinador
  • en: adj calcinatory

calcinose (-osis)Modificar

  • sub

calciteModificar

  • sub
  • calcite ????
  • pt: n calcite
  • en: n calcite

calcitherapiaModificar

  • sub

calciumModificar

  • sub
  • calcium (cál-) ????
  • pt: n [Quim.] cálcio (Ca)
  • en: n [Chem.] calcium

calciuriaModificar

  • sub

calcoModificar

  • sub
  • calco ????
  • pt: n traçado
  • en: n tracing, traced design

calculabileModificar

  • adj
  • calculabile ????
  • pt: adj calculável
  • en: adj calculable

calculabilitateModificar

  • sub

calcularModificar

  • v
  • calcular ????
  • pt: v calcular
  • en: v to calculate;
  • machina de calcular calculating machine
  • ◊ calculo²; calculabile-incalculabile; calculation; calculator

calculationModificar

  • sub
  • calculation ????
  • pt: n calculação
  • en: n calculation

calculatorModificar

  • adj

calculatorModificar

  • sub
  • calculator ????
  • pt: n calculador (quem ou que calcula)
  • en: n calculator (* one who calculates)

calculo (I)Modificar

  • sub

calculo (II)Modificar

  • sub
  • calculo¹ ????
  • pt: n 1. pequena pedra; 2. [Med.] cálculo (cálculo renal, biliar)
  • en: n 1. small stone; also: pebble; 2. [Med.] calculus
  • ◊ calculose; calcular
  • calculo² ????
  • pt: n calculação, cálculo
  • en: n calculation;
  • calculo mental mental arithmetic;
  • calculo (differential, integral, etc.) (differential, integral, etc.) calculus

calculoseModificar

  • adj
  • calculose ????
  • pt: adj [Med.] calculoso/a
  • en: adj [Med.] calculous

calculosoModificar

  • sub

caldarioModificar

  • sub

caldeModificar

  • adj
  • calde ????
  • pt: adj quente
  • en: adj warm, hot
  • ◊ caldiera; escaldar
  • caldemente ????
  • pt: adv calorosamente

calderaModificar

  • sub

caldieraModificar

  • sub
  • caldiera ????
  • pt: n caldeira
  • en: n kettle boiler, etc.;
  • caldiera de vapor steam boiler;
  • caldiera tubular tubular or fire-tube boiler
  • ◊ caldierata; caldierero; caldieretta; caldieron

caldierataModificar

  • sub
  • caldierata ????
  • pt: n caldeirada (conteúdo de uma caldeira)
  • en: n kettleful

caldiereriaModificar

  • sub

caldiereroModificar

  • sub
  • caldierero ????
  • pt: n caldeireiro (fabricante ou vendedor de caldeiras)
  • en: n coppersmith

caldierettaModificar

  • sub
  • caldieretta ????
  • pt: n pequena caldeira
  • en: n small kettle, boiler, etc.

caldieronModificar

  • sub
  • caldieron ????
  • pt: n caldeirão
  • en: n large kettle, cauldron

calecheModificar

  • sub

CaledoniaModificar

  • sub n pr

caledonianModificar

  • sub

caledonianoModificar

  • sub

calefaceaquaModificar

  • sub

calefacebiberonModificar

  • sub

calefaceliquidosModificar

  • sub

calefaceovo(s)Modificar

  • sub

calefacepedesModificar

  • sub

calefaceplattosModificar

  • sub

calefacerModificar

  • v
  • calefacer [-fac-/-fact- ????
  • pt: v aquecer
  • en: v to warm, heat
  • ◊ calefaciente; calefaction; calefactor

calefacienteModificar

  • adj
  • calefaciente ????
  • pt: adj [Med.] calefaciente
  • en: adj [Med.] calefacient, calefactive
  • calefact- ????
  • en: see calefacer

calefactionModificar

  • sub
  • calefaction ????
  • pt: n calefação, aquecimento;
  • calefaction central calefação/aquecimento central
  • en: n heating, calefaction;
  • calefaction central central heating

calefactorModificar

  • sub
  • calefactor ????
  • pt: n calefator, aparelho de aquecer
  • en: n calefactor, heater, etc.

calefactorioModificar

  • sub

calembourModificar

  • sub

calendarioModificar

  • sub
  • calendario ????
  • pt: n calendário
  • en: n calendar
  • ◊ calendarista

calendaristaModificar

  • sub
  • calendarista ????
  • pt: n calendarista (aquele que faz calendários)
  • en: n calendar maker

calendasModificar

  • sub pl
  • calendas ????
  • pt: n pl calendas (primeiro dia do calendário romano)
  • en: npl calends
  • ◊ calendario; calendula

calendulaModificar

  • sub
  • calendula ????
  • pt: n [Bot.] calendula (vulg. maravilha)
  • en: n [Bot.] calendula

calepinaModificar

  • sub

calerModificar

  • v
  • caler ????
  • pt: v aquecer
  • en: v to be warm or hot; to glow
  • ◊ calide; calor; calefacer etc.

calfatageModificar

  • sub
  • calfatage (-aje) ????
  • pt: n calafetagem (acto de) calafetar
  • en: n (act of) calking, caulking

calfatarModificar

  • v
  • calfatar ????
  • pt: v calfetar (tapar com estoupa)
  • en: v to calk, caulk (ships)
  • ◊ calfatage; calfatator

calfatatorModificar

  • sub
  • calfatator ????
  • pt: n calafetador (aquele ou aquilo que calafeta)
  • en: n calker, caulker (* one who calks ships)

calibrarModificar

  • v
  • calibrar ????
  • pt: v calibrar
  • en: v to calibrate

calibrationModificar

  • sub

calibratorModificar

  • sub
  • calibrator ????
  • pt: n calibrador
  • en: n calibrater

calibreModificar

  • sub
  • calibre ????
  • pt: n calibre
  • en: n 1. caliber; 2. caliber rule
  • ◊ calibrar-calibrator

caliceModificar

  • sub
  • calice (cá-) ????
  • pt: n 1. cálice, calix, taça; [Ecles.]; 2. [Bot.] copo, calix
  • en: n 1. chalice (* cup, goblet; also: calix); also: [Eccl.]; 2. [Bot.] cup, calyx
  • ◊ caliciforme etc.

caliciflorModificar

  • adj

caliciformeModificar

  • adj
  • caliciforme ????
  • pt: adj (a forma de cálice)
  • en: adj cup-shaped, caliciform

calicivirose (-osis)Modificar

  • sub

calicoModificar

  • sub
  • calico (-có) ????
  • pt: n percal
  • en: n calico </p>

caliculoModificar

  • sub

calideModificar

  • adj
  • calide ????
  • pt: adj quente
  • en: adj warm; hot
  • calidemente ????
  • pt: adv calidamente

califaModificar

  • sub
  • califa ????
  • pt: n califa
  • en: n caliph
  • ◊ califato

califatoModificar

  • sub
  • califato ????
  • pt: n califado (governo de um califa)
  • en: n caliphate

CaliforniaModificar

  • sub n pr

californianModificar

  • adj

californianoModificar

  • sub

californiumModificar

  • sub
  • californium ????
  • pt: n [Quim.] califórnio (Cf)

caligineModificar

  • sub

caliginoseModificar

  • adj
  • call- ????
  • en: n [occurring in compounds] calli- (* beauty)
  • ◊ calligrapho etc.; hemerocallide etc.

callaModificar

  • sub

call-girlModificar

  • sub

callicidaModificar

  • sub

calliergonellaModificar

  • sub

callifugoModificar

  • sub

calligrammaModificar

  • sub

calligraphiaModificar

  • sub
  • calligraphia (-ía) ????
  • pt: n caligrafia
  • en: n calligraphy

calligraphiarModificar

  • v
  • calligraphiar ????
  • pt: v caligrafar
  • en: v to calligraph, write calligraphically

calligraphicModificar

  • adj
  • calligraphic ????
  • pt: adj caligráfico/a
  • en: adj calligraphic

calligraphoModificar

  • sub
  • calligrapho (-í-) ????
  • pt: n caligrafo
  • en: n calligrapher
  • ◊ calligraphia-calligraphiar; calligraphic

calliphoraModificar

  • sub

callistaModificar

  • sub
  • callista ????
  • pt: n calista
  • en: n corncutter, chiropodist

callitrichaceasModificar

  • sub pl

callitricheModificar

  • sub

calloModificar

  • sub
  • callo ????
  • pt: n calo
  • en: n callus (* hard, thickened place on the skin); also: corn (on one’s toe)
  • ◊ callista; callose-callositate

calloseModificar

  • adj
  • callose ????
  • pt: adj caloso/a
  • en: adj callous

callositateModificar

  • sub
  • callositate ????
  • pt: n calosidade
  • en: n 1. callosity, callousness; 2. callus

callunaModificar

  • sub

calmaModificar

  • sub
  • calma ????
  • pt: n calma
  • en: n calm

calmanteModificar

  • sub
  • calmante¹ ????
  • pt: adj calmante
  • en: 1. ppr of calmar  ; 2. adj calming; calmative
  • calmante² ????
  • pt: n calmante
  • en: n calmative

calmarModificar

  • v
  • calmar ????
  • pt: v calmar
  • en: v to calm; also: to calm down

calmeModificar

  • adj
  • calme ????
  • pt: adj calma
  • en: adj calm
  • ◊ calma-calmar-calmante
  • calmemente ????
  • pt: adv calmamente

calmodulinaModificar

  • sub

caloceraModificar

  • sub

calomelModificar

  • sub
  • calomel ????
  • pt: n calomel
  • en: n calomel

calorModificar

  • sub
  • calor ????
  • pt: n calor;
  • calor specific calor especifico
  • en: n heat; warmth;
  • il face (un) grande calor It is very hot;
  • calor specific specific heat;
  • in le calor de (un discussion, etc.) In the heat of (an argument, etc.)
  • ◊ caloria; calorifero; calorific; calorose; calorificar-calorification; calorimetro etc.

caloriaModificar

  • sub
  • caloria (-ía) ????
  • pt: n caloria
  • en: n calorie

caloricModificar

  • adj

calorifereModificar

  • adj

caloriferoModificar

  • sub
  • calorifero (-ífero) ????
  • pt: n calorífero
  • en: n (central) heating installation

calorificModificar

  • adj
  • calorific ????
  • pt: adj calorifico/a
  • en: adj calorific

calorificarModificar

  • v
  • calorificar ????
  • pt: v aquecer
  • en: v [Phys.] to calorify

calorificationModificar

  • sub
  • calorification ????
  • pt: n aquecimento
  • en: n calorification

calorifugeModificar

  • adj

calorimetriaModificar

  • sub

calorimetricModificar

  • adj

calorimetroModificar

  • sub
  • calorimetro (-í-) ????
  • pt: n calorímetro
  • en: n culorimeter

caloroseModificar

  • adj
  • calorose ????
  • pt: adj caloroso/a
  • en: adj hot; warm
  • calorosemente ????
  • pt: adv calorosamente

calotteModificar

  • sub

calthaModificar

  • sub

calumetModificar

  • sub

calumniaModificar

  • sub
  • calumnia ????
  • pt: n calunia
  • en: n calumny, slander
  • ◊ calumniose; calumniar-calumniation, calumniator, calumniatori

calumniabileModificar

  • adj

calumniarModificar

  • v
  • calumniar ????
  • pt: v caluniar
  • en: v to calumniate, slander

calumniationModificar

  • sub
  • calumniation ????
  • pt: n calunia
  • en: n calumniation

calumniatorModificar

  • sub
  • calumniator ????
  • pt: n caluniador/a
  • en: n calumniator

calumniatoriModificar

  • adj
  • calumniatori ????
  • pt: adj caluniador/a
  • en: adj calumniatory

calumnioseModificar

  • adj
  • calumniose ????
  • pt: adj calunioso/a
  • en: adj calumnious

calvadosModificar

  • sub

calvarioModificar

  • sub

CalvarioModificar

  • sub
  • calvario ????
  • pt: n calvário
  • en: n 1. Calvary; 2. martyrdom

calveModificar

  • adj
  • calve ????
  • pt: adj calvo/a
  • en: adj bald
  • ◊ calvitia

CalvinModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Calvin, Jean ????
  • pt: npr [1509-1564; teólogo francês]
  • en: npr [1509-1564; French theologian]
  • ◊ calvinismo; calvinista-calvinistic

calvinismoModificar

  • sub
  • calvinismo ????
  • pt: n calvinismo
  • en: n Calvinism

calvinistaModificar

  • adj

calvinistaModificar

  • sub
  • calvinista ????
  • pt: n calvinista
  • en: n Calvinist

calvinisticModificar

  • adj
  • calvinistic ????
  • pt: adj calvinistico/a
  • en: adj Calvinistic

calvitiaModificar

  • sub
  • calvitia ????
  • pt: n calvícia
  • en: n baldness

calycanthaceasModificar

  • sub pl

calycanthoModificar

  • sub

calypsoModificar

  • sub

camarillaModificar

  • sub

cambaroModificar

  • sub
  • cambaro (cám-) ????
  • pt: n caranguejo, camarão
  • en: n crayfish, crawfish

cambiabileModificar

  • adj
  • cambiabile ????
  • pt: adj cambiável
  • en: adj changeable

cambiadiscosModificar

  • sub

cambialModificar

  • adj

cambiamentoModificar

  • sub
  • cambiamento ????
  • pt: n mudança, modifica (1. acto de modificar algo; 2. condição modificada)
  • en: n change (1. act of making different; 2. changed condition)

cambianteModificar

  • adj
  • cambiante ????
  • pt: adj cambiante
  • en: 1. ppr of cambiar  ; 2. adj changeable (as in
  • “changeable silk”)

cambiarModificar

  • v
  • cambiar ????
  • pt: v cambiar, mudar, trocar, permutar
  • en: v to change (1. to make or become different; 2. to replace by another; 3. as in “to change a dollar”);
  • cambiar de opinion to change one’s mind;
  • cambiar de (conducta, etc.) to change (one’s conduct);
  • cambiar de vestimento, cambiar se to change (clothes);
  • cambiar de traino to change (trains);
  • seta cambiante changeable silk
  • ◊ cambio-cambista; cambiamento; cambiante; cambiabile; cambiator; excambiar, intercambiar

cambiatorModificar

  • sub
  • cambiator ????
  • pt: n 1. cambiador (aquele ou aquilo que cambia); 2. cambia-moedas
  • en: n 1. changer (* one who or that which changes); 2. money-changer

cambio (I)Modificar

  • sub

cambio (II)Modificar

  • sub
  • cambio ????
  • pt: n 1. câmbio, troca, permuta (substituição de uma coisa com outra); 2. [Fin.] câmbio monetário
  • en: n I. change (1. substitution of one thing for another; 2. money returned as balance of that tendered for an article); II. [Fin.] exchange (1. as in “foreign or domestic exchange”; 2. rate of exchange) III. [R.R.] switch;
  • littera de cambio bill of exchange;
  • agente de cambio stockbroker

cambistaModificar

  • sub
  • cambista ????
  • pt: n cambista
  • en: n cambist (* exchange expert)

Cambodgia {dja}Modificar

  • sub n pr

cambodgian {djan}Modificar

  • adj

cambodgiano {djano}Modificar

  • sub

cambrianModificar

  • adj

cambrianoModificar

  • sub

cambusaModificar

  • sub

cambuseroModificar

  • sub

camcorderModificar

  • sub

cameleroModificar

  • sub
  • camelero ????
  • pt: n cameleiro
  • en: n camel driver

camelinaModificar

  • sub

camelliaModificar

  • sub
  • camellia ????
  • pt: n camélia
  • en: n camellia
  • Camellus, George Joseph ????
  • en: npr [Latinized form of George Joseph Kamel, Jesuit priest who traveled in Asia and wrote an account of plants of the Philippine Islands]
  • ◊ camellia

cameloModificar

  • sub
  • camelo ????
  • pt: n camelo
  • en: n camel
  • ◊ camelero

camelotModificar

  • sub

camembertModificar

  • sub

cameoModificar

  • sub
  • cameo (-éo) ????
  • pt: n camafeu
  • en: n cameo

cameraModificar

  • sub
  • camera (cá-) ????
  • pt: n quarto (compartimento de uma casa); câmara de comercio; câmara-de-ar; musica de câmara; câmara de filmar; [Fotog.] câmara escura
  • en: n chamber (1. room, bedroom; 2. hall used by deliberative or judicial body; 3. group of lawmakers; 4. “the chamber of a gun”);
  • musica de camera chamber music;
  • camera de aer Inner tube;
  • camera obscur 1. [Optics] camera obscura; 2. [Photog.] darkroom;
  • camera (photographic) [Photog.] camera
  • ◊ camerero; camerera; cameretta; antecamera

cameradaModificar

  • sub
  • camerada ????
  • pt: n camarada
  • en: n comrade
  • ◊ cameraderia

cameraderiaModificar

  • sub
  • cameraderia (-ía) ????
  • pt: n camaradagem
  • en: n comradeship

cameraman (pl: cameramen)Modificar

  • sub

camereraModificar

  • sub
  • camerera ????
  • pt: n criado
  • en: n 1. lady’s maid; 2. chambermaid

camereroModificar

  • sub
  • camerero ????
  • pt: n criada
  • en: n 1. valet, man-servant; 2. chamberlain

camerettaModificar

  • sub
  • cameretta ????
  • pt: n pequeno quarto
  • en: n small room

camerlingoModificar

  • sub

CamerunModificar

  • sub n pr

cameruneseModificar

  • adj

caminoModificar

  • sub
  • camino ????
  • pt: n 1. chaminé 2. lareira
  • en: n 1. fireplace; 2. chimney; also: smokestack, funnel, etc.;
  • mantello (del camino) mantel, mantelpiece

camionModificar

  • sub
  • camion [F ????
  • pt: n camion [F] (camião)
  • en: n truck (as in “automobile truck”)

camionageModificar

  • sub

camionataModificar

  • sub

camioneroModificar

  • sub
  • camionero ????
  • pt: n camionista

camionettaModificar

  • sub
  • camionetta ????
  • pt: n camioneta

camionistaModificar

  • sub

camisaModificar

  • sub
  • camisa ????
  • pt: n 1. camisa (camisa de noite; colete de forças); 2. malha; 3. [Fortif.] revestimento; 4. capa, envelope, etc.
  • en: n 1. shirt; 2. chemise; 3. [Fortif.] revetment; 4. cover, envelope, jacket, etc.;
  • camisa de nocte nightgown; nightshirt;
  • camisa de fortia strait jacket
  • ◊ camisero; camiseria; camisetta; camisola; subcamisa

camiseriaModificar

  • sub
  • camiseria (-ía) ????
  • pt: n camisaria
  • en: n shirtshop

camiseroModificar

  • sub
  • camisero ????
  • pt: n camiseiro
  • en: n shirtmaker

camisettaModificar

  • sub
  • camisetta ????
  • pt: n camiseta, camisinha
  • en: n chemisette

camisolaModificar

  • sub
  • camisola ????
  • pt: n camisola
  • en: n (woman’s) sleeved vest

cammaModificar

  • sub

camminarModificar

  • v
  • camminar ????
  • pt: v caminhar, andar
  • en: v to walk along, tramp, journey, etc.

camminataModificar

  • sub

camminatorModificar

  • sub
  • camminator ????
  • pt: n caminhador

camminoModificar

  • sub
  • cammino ????
  • pt: n caminho, estrada
  • en: n way, road;
  • mitter se in cammino to start out (on a trip, journey, etc.)
  • ◊ camminar; incamminar; discamminar

camoceModificar

  • sub
  • camoce ????
  • pt: n camurça, cabra montês
  • en: n chamois; also: shammy
  • ◊ camociar
  • camoci- ????
  • en: see camoce

camociarModificar

  • v
  • camociar ????
  • pt: v (a)camurçar
  • en: v to chamois
  • camociate ????
  • pt: adj (a)camurçado/a

camomillaModificar

  • sub
  • camomilla ????
  • pt: n camomila
  • en: n camomile;
  • tisana de camomilla camomile tea

camorraModificar

  • sub
  • camorra [I ????
  • pt: n camorra [I]

camorristaModificar

  • sub
  • camouflage [F ????
  • pt: n camouflage [F]
  • en: n camouflage

camouflage {oe}Modificar

  • sub

camouflar {oe}Modificar

  • v
  • camouflar ????
  • pt: n camuflar

campalModificar

  • adj
  • campal ????
  • pt: adj campal

campamentoModificar

  • sub
  • campamento ????
  • pt: n acampamento
  • en: n encampment (1. camping; 2. camp)

campanaModificar

  • sub
  • campana ????
  • pt: n campana, campainha, sino
  • en: n bell
  • ◊ campanil; campanula

campanariModificar

  • adj

campanarioModificar

  • campanario ????
  • pt: n campanário (torre com sino)

campaneroModificar

  • sub

campanettaModificar

  • sub

campaniaModificar

  • sub
  • campania ????
  • pt: n campo; campanha
  • en: n 1. open country; 2. country, countryside; 3. campaign
  • ◊ campaniol

campaniflorModificar

  • adj

campaniformeModificar

  • adj

campanilModificar

  • sub
  • campanil ????
  • pt: n campanil
  • en: n bell tower, campanile

campaniolModificar

  • sub
  • campaniol ????
  • pt: n [Zool.] rato de campo
  • en: n [Zool.] vole, fieldmouse

campanologiaModificar

  • sub

campanologicModificar

  • adj

campanologistaModificar

  • sub

Modificar

  • sub

campanulaModificar

  • sub
  • campanula (-pá-) ????
  • pt: n campânula
  • en: n bellflower, campanula
  • ◊ campanulacee-campanulaceas; campanulate

campanulaceasModificar

  • sub pl
  • campanulaceas ????
  • pt: n pl campanulaceas
  • en: npl Campanulaceae

campanulaceeModificar

  • adj
  • campanulacee ????
  • pt: adj campanulacea
  • en: adj campanulaceous

campanulateModificar

  • adj
  • campanulate ????
  • pt: adj [Bot.] campanulado/a
  • en: adj [Bot.] campanulate

camparModificar

  • v
  • campar ????
  • pt: v acampar
  • en: v 1. to camp (* to live in a camp); 2. to encamp (* to place in a camp)

campatorModificar

  • sub

campestreModificar

  • adj
  • campestre ????
  • pt: adj campestre, rural, rústico/a
  • en: adj rural, rustic;
  • vita campestre country life;
  • guarda campestre rural policeman or constable

campettoModificar

  • sub

camphoraModificar

  • sub
  • camphora (cám-) ????
  • pt: n canfora
  • en: n camphor
  • ◊ camphorato; camphoriero; camphoric; camphorar-camphorate

camphorarModificar

  • v
  • camphorar ????
  • pt: v canforar
  • en: v to camphorate, camphor

camphorateModificar

  • adj
  • camphorate ????
  • pt: adj canforado/a
  • en: 1. pp of camphorar  ; 2. adj camphorated, camphor

camphoratoModificar

  • sub
  • camphorato ????
  • pt: n [Quim.] canforato (sal de acido canfórico)
  • en: n [Chem.] camphorate (* salt of camphoric acid)

camphoricModificar

  • adj
  • camphoric ????
  • pt: adj canfórico
  • en: adj camphor, camphoric;
  • acido camphoric camphoric acid

camphorieroModificar

  • sub
  • camphoriero ????
  • pt: n [Bot.] canforeiro
  • en: n [Bot.] camphor tree

camphorifereModificar

  • adj

campimetriaModificar

  • sub

campimetroModificar

  • sub

campingModificar

  • sub
  • camping [A ????
  • pt: n camping [A] (acampamento)

campionModificar

  • sub
  • campion ????
  • pt: n campeão
  • en: n champion (1. defender, supporter; 2. [Sports])
  • ◊ campionato

campionatoModificar

  • sub
  • campionato ????
  • pt: n [Desp.] campeonato
  • en: n [Sports, Games, etc.] championship

campoModificar

  • sub
  • campo- ????
  • en: n [occurring in compounds]
  • ◊ hippocampo etc. ...
  • campo ????
  • pt: n I. campo (1. extensão de terra; 2. série de oportunidades ou interesses; 3. [Her.] espaço do escudo, [Arte] fundo de um quadro; II. [Mil.] campo
  • en: n I. field (1. piece of land put to a particular use; 2. range of opportunity or interest; 3. [Her., Paint., etc.]); II. [Mil.] camp;
  • campo magnetic magnetic field;
  • campo de aviation airfield;
  • campo de concentration concentration camp;
  • campo de minas mine field
  • ◊ campion; campania; campestre; campar-campamento, discampar; escampar </p>

campusModificar

  • sub

canModificar

  • sub
  • can- [can-/cant- ????
  • en: v [occurring in derivatives]
  • ◊ canor: cantilena; cantor; canto-cantico, discanto; cantar-cantabile, cantator, cantatrice, cantata, incantar, recantar
  • can ????
  • pt: n 1. cão; 2. cão da pistola;
  • can de aqua cão de água
  • en: n 1. dog; 2. [Firearms] trigger;
  • vita de can dog’s life;
  • can de aqua poodle
  • ◊ canalia; canicula; canil; canin

canaModificar

  • sub

CanaanModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Canaan (cá-) ????
  • pt: npr [Bíblia] Canan
  • en: npr [Bib.] Canaan
  • ◊ canaanita

canaanitaModificar

  • adj

canaanitaModificar

  • sub
  • canaanita ????
  • pt: n [Bíblia] cananitas
  • en: n [Bib.] Canaanite

CanadaModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Canada (cá-) ????
  • pt: npr Canada
  • en: npr Canada
  • ◊ canadian-canadiano

canadianModificar

  • adj
  • canadian ????
  • pt: adj canadiano/a, canadense
  • en: adj Canadian

canadianismoModificar

  • sub

canadianoModificar

  • sub
  • canadiano ????
  • pt: n canadiano
  • en: n Canadian

canalModificar

  • sub
  • canal ????
  • pt: n I. canal (1. curso de agua artificial; 2. [Anat.]); II. canal (1. [Geog.]; 2. braço de rio ou mar; 3. tubo ou passagem tubular; 4. meio)
  • en: n I. canal (1. artificial watercourse; 2. [Anat.]); II. channel (1. [Geog.]; 2. deeper part of a waterway; 3. tube or tubular passage;
  • 4. means, medium); III. [Arch.] fluting
  • ◊ canalisar-canalisation, canalisator; canaliculo-canalicular; canaliforme etc.

canaliaModificar

  • sub
  • canalia ????
  • pt: n 1. canalha, vil, infame; 2. gentalha, populacho, plebe
  • en: n canaille, rabble, mob
  • ◊ incanaliar
  • canaliata ????
  • pt: n canalhada
  • canalicular ????
  • pt: adj canalicular
  • en: adj canalicular

canaliculoModificar

  • sub
  • canaliculo ????
  • pt: n canaliculo
  • en: n canaliculus

canaliescModificar

  • adj

canaliformeModificar

  • adj
  • canaliforme ????
  • pt: adj canaliforme
  • en: adj channelled, channel-like, channel-shaped

canalisabileModificar

  • adj

canalisarModificar

  • v
  • canalisar ????
  • pt: v canalizar
  • en: v to canalize; also: to channel

canalisationModificar

  • sub
  • canalisation ????
  • pt: n canalização (1. construção de canais; 2. sistema de canais ou condutas)
  • en: n canalization (1. construction of canals; 2. system of canals or conduits); also: sewage system

canalisatorModificar

  • sub
  • canalisator ????
  • pt: n canalizador
  • en: n constructor of canals

canangaModificar

  • sub

canapéModificar

  • sub
  • canape ????
  • pt: n canapé (assento)

canariModificar

  • adj
  • canari ????
  • pt: adj canário/a (das Ilhas Canárias)
  • en: adj Canary (* of the Canary Islands)
  • ◊ canario; Canaria

CanariaModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Canaria ????
  • pt: npr Canária (Ilha)
  • en: npr Canary (Island);
  • Canarias Canaries, Canary Islands
  • Canarias ????
  • pt: npr Canárias, Ilhas Canárias
  • en: npr Canaries, Canary Islands
  • canario ????
  • <b>pt: n canário (ave)
  • en: n canary (* canary bird)

canariculturaModificar

  • sub

canarioModificar

  • sub

canastaModificar

  • sub

cancanModificar

  • sub
  • cancan [F ????
  • pt: n cancan [F]
  • en: n cancan

cancellabileModificar

  • adj
  • cancellada ????
  • pt: n cancelada (conjunto de cancelas)

cancellamentoModificar

  • sub

cancellarModificar

  • v
  • cancellar ????
  • pt: v cancelar, riscar, anular
  • en: v to cancel (* to annul by crossing out)

cancellationModificar

  • sub
  • cancellation ????
  • pt: n cancelação (acto de anular ou riscar)
  • en: n cancellation (* act of annulling by crossing out)

cancellatorModificar

  • sub
  • cancellator ????
  • pt: n cancelador (aquele que cancela)
  • en: n canceler

cancelleriaModificar

  • sub
  • cancelleria (-ía) ????
  • pt: n 1. chancelaria (sede do chanceler); 2. escritório, etc
  • en: n 1. chancellery (* office of a chancellor); 2. bureau, office, etc.

cancelleroModificar

  • sub
  • cancellero ????
  • pt: n chanceler [título de vários oficiais locais ou nacionais]
  • en: n chancellor [title of various officials of locally or nationally varying functions]

cancelloModificar

  • sub
  • cancello ????
  • pt: n cancelo, cancela (porta com grades)
  • en: n 1. lattice enclosure, grating, railings, etc.; 2. space separated by railings, etc.
  • ◊ cancellero; cancelleria; cancellar-cancellation, cancellator

cancereModificar

  • sub
  • cancere ????
  • pt: n I. (1. [Zool.] câncer; 2. caranguejo; 3. [Patol.] cancro); II. [Astron.] Câncer
  • en: n 1. [Zool.] crab; 2. cancer;
  • Cancere [Astron.] Cancer, Crab
  • ◊ cancerose

canceriformeModificar

  • adj

cancerisarModificar

  • v

cancerisationModificar

  • sub

cancerogeneModificar

  • adj

cancerogenoModificar

  • sub

cancerologiaModificar

  • sub

cancerologicModificar

  • adj

Modificar

  • sub

cancerophobiaModificar

  • sub

canceroseModificar

  • adj
  • cancerose ????
  • pt: adj canceroso/a
  • en: adj cancerous
  • -cand- [-cand-/-;-cend-/-cens- ????
  • en: v [occurring in compounds]
  • ◊ accender; incender
  • cand- ????
  • en: v [occurring in derivatives]
  • ◊ candela; candide; candor; candesc-

candelaModificar

  • sub
  • candela ????
  • pt: n 1. candeia
  • en: n 1. candle; 2. [Techn.] spark plug
  • ◊ candelabro; candeliero

candelabroModificar

  • sub
  • candelabro ????
  • pt: n candelabro
  • en: n candelabra, candelabrum

candelieroModificar

  • sub
  • candeliero ????
  • pt: n candeeiro
  • en: n candlestick

candeliformeModificar

  • adj
  • candesc- ????
  • en: v [occurring in compounds]
  • ◊ incandescer

candidarModificar

  • v

candidatoModificar

  • sub
  • candidato ????
  • pt: n candidato/a
  • en: n candidate;
  • candidato a candidate for
  • ◊ candidatura

candidaturaModificar

  • sub
  • candidatura ????
  • pt: n candidatura
  • en: n candidature, candidacy

candideModificar

  • adj
  • candide ????
  • pt: adj cândido/a, franco/a, branco/a
  • en: adj candid, straightforward
  • ◊ candidato

candidessaModificar

  • sub

candiotaModificar

  • adj

candiotaModificar

  • sub

candirModificar

  • v

canditeModificar

  • adj
  • candite ????
  • pt: n caramelo, confeito, rebuçado

canditorModificar

  • sub

candituraModificar

  • sub

candorModificar

  • sub
  • candor ????
  • pt: n candor
  • en: n candor, straightforwardness

canephoraModificar

  • sub

canettoModificar

  • sub

canevasModificar

  • sub
  • canevas (-vás) ????
  • pt: n lona (1. tecido forte de linho grosso; 2. Cânhamo de que se fazem sacos, velas, toldos, etc.; 3. tela para pintar quadros ou projectar filmes; 4. base para desenhar objectos gráficos no computador "canvas")
  • en: n canvas (1. heavy closely woven cloth of hemp or flax; 2. crossstitch canvas)

CaniculaModificar

  • sub n pr

caniculaModificar

  • sub
  • canicula ????
  • pt: n 1. [Astron.] canícula (estrela Sírio do Cão-Maior)
  • en: n 1. [Astron.] canicula, Dog Star; 2. dog days
  • ◊ canicular

canicularModificar

  • adj
  • canicular ????
  • pt: adj canicular
  • en: adj canicular (1. [Astron.]; 2. as in “canicular days”)

caniculoModificar

  • sub

canidesModificar

  • sub pl

canilModificar

  • sub
  • canil ????
  • pt: n canil
  • en: n kennel (* house in which a pack of hounds are kept)

caninModificar

  • adj
  • canin ????
  • pt: adj canino/a;
  • dente canin dente canino
  • en: adj canine;
  • dente canin canine tooth, eyetooth

canitieModificar

  • sub

cannaModificar

  • sub
  • canna ????
  • pt: n cana
  • en: n cane (1. [Bot.] reed; 2. walking stick);
  • canna (de piscar) (fishing) rod or pole;
  • canna (de sucro) (sugar) cane
  • ◊ cannella: cannula; cannar-cannage
  • cannabe (cá-) ????
  • pt: n cânhamo, cânave
  • en: n hemp
  • ◊ cannabero; cannabiera

cannabe,cannabisModificar

  • sub

cannaberoModificar

  • sub
  • cannabero ????
  • pt: n cultivador ou vendedor de cânhamo
  • en: n hemp grower

cannabicModificar

  • adj

cannabieraModificar

  • sub
  • cannabiera ????
  • pt: n canhameiral
  • en: n hemp field

cannabinaceaModificar

  • sub

cannabismoModificar

  • sub

cannaceasModificar

  • sub pl

cannageModificar

  • sub
  • cannage (-aje) ????
  • en: n (act of) caning (chairs)

cannarModificar

  • v
  • cannar ????
  • en: v to cane (as in “to cane a chair”)

cannateModificar

  • adj

cannatorModificar

  • sub

cannellaModificar

  • sub
  • cannella ????
  • pt: n 1. (pequeno) tubo; 2. canela
  • en: n 1. (small) tube; 2. cinnamon
  • ◊ cannelliero; cannellar

cannellarModificar

  • v
  • cannellar ????
  • pt: v canelar
  • en: v to groove, channel, flute
  • ◊ cannellatura; cannellate

cannellateModificar

  • adj
  • cannellate ????
  • pt: adj canelado/a
  • en: 1. ppr of cannellar  ; 2. adj grooved, fluted; also: cannellated

cannellaturaModificar

  • sub
  • cannellatura ????
  • pt: n canelura, caneladura
  • en: n 1. groove, channel; also: cannelure; 2. [Arch.] flute, fluting (of a column)

cannellieroModificar

  • sub
  • cannelliero ????
  • pt: n caneleira
  • en: n cinnamon tree

cannetoModificar

  • sub

cannibalModificar

  • adj

cannibalModificar

  • sub
  • cannibal¹ (-í-) ????
  • pt: n canibal
  • en: n cannibal
  • ◊ cannibalismo
  • cannibal² (-í-) ????
  • pt: adj canibal
  • en: adj cannibal, cannibalistic

cannibalescModificar

  • adj

cannibalisarModificar

  • v
  • cannibalisar ????
  • pt: v canibalizar

cannibalisationModificar

  • sub

cannibalismoModificar

  • sub
  • cannibalismo ????
  • pt: n canibalismo
  • en: n cannibalism

cannonModificar

  • sub
  • cannon ????
  • pt: n canhão
  • en: n 1. gun, cannon; 2. barrel (* metal tube of a rifle, gun, etc.)
  • ◊ cannonero; cannoneria; cannonera; cannonar-cannonada

cannonadaModificar

  • sub
  • cannonada ????
  • pt: n canhonaço
  • en: n cannonade

cannonarModificar

  • v
  • cannonar ????
  • pt: v canhonear
  • en: v to bombard, cannonade

cannoneraModificar

  • sub
  • cannonera ????
  • pt: n canhoneira
  • en: n gunboat

cannoneriaModificar

  • sub
  • cannoneria (-ía) ????
  • pt: n 1. canhoneio;
  • 2. fundaria de canhões
  • en: n 1. cannons collectively; 2. gun foundry

cannoneroModificar

  • sub
  • cannonero ????
  • pt: n artilheiro
  • en: n cannoneer

cannonieraModificar

  • sub

cannulaModificar

  • sub
  • cannula ????
  • pt: n [Med.] cânula
  • en: n [Surg.] cannula

cannularModificar

  • v

canoaModificar

  • sub
  • canoa (-óa) ????
  • pt: n canoa
  • en: n canoe
  • ◊ canoero; canoar-canoage

canoageModificar

  • sub
  • canoage (-áje) ????
  • pt: n canoagem
  • en: n canoeing

canoarModificar

  • v
  • canoar ????
  • pt: v canoar
  • en: v to canoe

canoeroModificar

  • sub
  • canoero ????
  • pt: n canoeiro
  • en: n canoeist

canoismoModificar

  • sub

canoistaModificar

  • sub

cañonModificar

  • sub
  • cañon [H ????
  • pt: n cañon [H]
  • en: n canyon, cañon

canoneModificar

  • sub
  • canone ????
  • pt: n cânon (1. lei eclesiástica; 2. standard; 3. parte da missa; 4. lista dos santos; 5. livros canónicos da Bíblia; 6. [Mus.]; 7. [Tipog.])
  • en: n canon (1. law of a church; 2. standard; 3. part of the Mass;
  • 4. list of saints; 5. canonical books of the Bible; 6. [Mus.]; 7. [Print.])
  • ◊ canonista; canonic-canonicitate, canonico-canonicato; canonisar-canonisation

canonessaModificar

  • sub

canonicModificar

  • adj
  • canonic ????
  • pt: adj canónico/a;
  • derecto canonic direito canónico;
  • libros canonic livros padrão/canónicos (da Bíblia)
  • en: adj canonical;
  • horas canonic canonical hours;
  • derecto canonic canon law;
  • libros canonic canonical books (of the Bible)

canonicalModificar

  • adj

canonicatoModificar

  • sub
  • canonicato ????
  • pt: n canonicato, conezia
  • en: n 1. canonicate; 2. sinecure

canonicitateModificar

  • sub
  • canonicitate ????
  • pt: n canonicidade
  • en: n canonicity

canonicoModificar

  • sub
  • canonico ????
  • pt: n canónico
  • en: n canon (* member of a Cathedral Chapter)

canonisabileModificar

  • adj

canonisarModificar

  • v
  • canonisar ????
  • pt: v canonizar
  • en: v to canonize

canonisationModificar

  • sub
  • canonisation ????
  • pt: n canonização
  • en: n canonization

canonistaModificar

  • sub
  • canonista ????
  • pt: n canonista
  • en: n canonist

canopoModificar

  • sub

canorModificar

  • adj
  • canor ????
  • pt: adj canoro, sonoro, melodioso
  • en: adj canorous, ringing, melodious
  • ◊ canoritate

canoritateModificar

  • sub
  • canoritate ????
  • pt: n harmonia
  • en: n canorousness

CanossaModificar

  • sub n pr

canotaModificar

  • sub

canotageModificar

  • sub
  • canotage ????
  • pt: n canoagem

canotarModificar

  • v

canoteroModificar

  • sub
  • cant- ????
  • en: see can-

cantabileModificar

  • adj

cantabileModificar

  • sub
  • cantabile¹ ????
  • pt: adj cantável
  • en: adj singable; also: [Mus.] cantabile
  • cantabile² ????
  • en: n [Mus.] cantabile

cantalupoModificar

  • sub

cantarModificar

  • v
  • cantar ????
  • pt: v cantar
  • en: v to sing;
  • le gallo canta the cock crows;
  • le grillo canta the cricket chirps

cantataModificar

  • sub
  • cantata ????
  • pt: n [Mus.] cantata
  • en: n [Mus.] cantata

cantatorModificar

  • sub
  • cantator ????
  • pt: n cantor, cantador
  • en: n singer

cantatriceModificar

  • sub
  • cantatrice ????
  • pt: n cantora, cantadeira, cantadoira
  • en: n (female) singer; also: cantatrice

cantharelloModificar

  • sub

cantharideModificar

  • sub

cantharidinaModificar

  • sub

canthusModificar

  • sub

canticoModificar

  • sub
  • cantico ????
  • pt: n cântico
  • en: n canticle, hymn;
  • le Cantico del Canticos the Song of Songs
  • canticular ????
  • pt: n cantarolar

cantierModificar

  • sub
  • cantier naval ????
  • pt: n estaleiro naval

cantilenaModificar

  • sub
  • cantilena ????
  • pt: n [Mus.] cantilena
  • en: n [Mus.] cantilena

cantileverModificar

  • adj

cantinaModificar

  • sub
  • cantina ????
  • pt: n [Mil.] cantina, adega
  • en: n [Mil.] canteen, Post Exchange
  • ◊ cantinero

cantineroModificar

  • sub
  • cantinero ????
  • pt: n cantineiro
  • en: n canteenkeeper, sutler

cantionModificar

  • sub
  • cantion ????
  • pt: n canção

cantionettaModificar

  • sub
  • cantionetta ????
  • pt: n cançãozinha

cantoModificar

  • sub
  • canto ????
  • pt: n canto, cântico, canção
  • en: n 1. singing, art of singing; 2. [Mus., Poet.] song; 3. canto;
  • canto del gallo cockcrowing;
  • canto gregorian , canto plan Gregorian chant, plain chant, plain song;
  • canto funebre dirge

CantonModificar

  • sub n pr

cantonModificar

  • sub
  • canton ????
  • pt: n [Admin.] cantão
  • en: n [Admin.] canton
  • ◊ cantonal

cantonalModificar

  • adj
  • cantonal ????
  • pt: adj cantonal
  • en: adj cantonal

cantonamentoModificar

  • sub

cantonarModificar

  • v

cantoneseModificar

  • adj

cantoneseModificar

  • sub

cantonneroModificar

  • sub

cantorModificar

  • sub
  • cantor ????
  • pt: n cantor
  • en: n singer; also: cantor, precentor, etc.

canzoneModificar

  • sub

canzonettaModificar

  • sub

capabileModificar

  • adj
  • capabile ????
  • pt: adj capaz
  • en: adj capable
  • ◊ capabilitate; incapabile-incapabilitate

capabilitateModificar

  • sub
  • capabilitate ????
  • pt: n capacidade
  • en: n capability

capaceModificar

  • adj
  • capace ????
  • pt: adj capaz
  • en: adj 1. capacious; 2. capable
  • ◊ capacitate; incapace-incapacitate

capacitantiaModificar

capacitateModificar

  • sub
  • capacitate ????
  • pt: n capacidade
  • en: n capacity (1. receiving power; 2. capability);
  • mesura de capacitate capacity measure, dry measure, liquid measure

capacitiveModificar

caperModificar

  • v
  • caper [cap-/capt-;-cip-/-cept- ????
  • pt: v agarrar, apanhar, capturar
  • en: v 1. to grasp, seize; 2. to hold, contain
  • ◊ capace; caption-captiose; captive; captura-capturar-recapturar; mentecapte etc; captar; accip-; conciper; deciper; excip-; inciper; intercip-; perciper; precip-; reciper; suscip-
  • caperna- ????
  • en: see Capernaum

capernaitaModificar

  • sub
  • capernaita (-íta) ????
  • pt: n (nativo ou habitante de Capernaum)
  • en: n Capernaite (1. native or inhabitant of Capernaum; 2. [Eccl., Hist.])

CapernaumModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Capernaum (-úm) ????
  • pt: npr Capernaum
  • en: npr Capernaum
  • ◊ capernaita

CapetModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Capet ????
  • pt: npr [sobrenome de Hugo, Rei dos Francos, no século 10]
  • en: npr [surname of Hugh, King of the Franks, in the 10th Century]
  • ◊ capetian-capetiano

capetianModificar

  • adj
  • capetian ????
  • pt: adj capetiano/a (relativo a dinastia dos capetos de França)
  • en: adj Capetian

capetianoModificar

  • sub
  • capetiano ????
  • pt: n capetiano;
  • capetianos Capetianos, dinastia capetiana
  • en: n Capetian;
  • capetianos Capetians, Capetian dynasty

CapharnaumModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Capharnaum (-úm) ????
  • pt: npr Capernaum
  • en: npr Capernaum

capillaceeModificar

  • adj
  • capillacee ????
  • pt: adj capilar (a forma de cabelo)
  • en: adj capillaceous

capillarModificar

  • adj
  • capillar ????
  • pt: adj capilar (1. que tem forma de cabelo; 2. produzido em tubos muito estreitos; 3. relativo as ramificações vasculares, por onde o sangue passa das artérias para as veias)
  • en: adj capillary

capillariaModificar

  • sub

capillarisarModificar

  • v

capillaritateModificar

  • sub
  • capillaritate ????
  • pt: n capilaridade
  • en: n capillarity

capillaritisModificar

  • sub

capillaroscopiaModificar

  • sub

capillaturaModificar

  • sub
  • capillatura ????
  • pt: n cabeleira
  • en: n (head of) hair

capilloModificar

  • sub
  • capillo ????
  • pt: n cabelo;
  • capillos cabelos
  • en: n hair (* a single hair of the human head);
  • capillos hair (* a person’s hair);
  • sin capillos bareheaded;
  • capillos à la can bangs
  • ◊ capillatura; capillacee; capillar-capillaritate; capillute; discapillar-discapillate

capilluteModificar

  • adj
  • capillute ????
  • pt: adj cabeludo
  • en: adj hairy (* covered with hair)

capistroModificar

  • sub
  • capistro ????
  • pt: n 1. cabresto, cabeçada;
  • 2. açaimo, focinheira, mordaça
  • en: n halter, muzzle (for animals)

capitalModificar

  • adj

capitalModificar

  • sub
  • capital¹ ????
  • pt: adj capital (1. pertencente à cabeça; 2. de primaria importância);
  • littera capital letra capital, letra maiúscula
  • en: adj capital (1. pertaining to the head; 2. standing at the head;
  • 3. of primary importance);
  • crimine capital capital crime;
  • pena capital death penalty, capital punishment;
  • peccato capital deadly sin;
  • littera capital capital letter, capital;
  • citate capital capital city, capital
  • ◊ capital²-capitalismo, capitalista, capitalisar-capitalisation
  • capital² ????
  • pt: n capital (1. capital de um país; 2. [Fortif.];
  • 3. [Econ.])
  • en: n capital (1. capital city of a state or country; 2. [Fortif.];
  • 3. [Econ.])

capitalisabileModificar

  • adj

capitalisarModificar

  • v
  • capitalisar ????
  • pt: v capitalizar
  • en: v to capitalize (* to turn into capital)

capitalisationModificar

  • sub
  • capitalisation ????
  • pt: n capitalização
  • en: n capitalization (* action of capitalizing)

capitalismoModificar

  • sub
  • capitalismo ????
  • pt: n capitalismo
  • en: n capitalism

capitalistaModificar

  • adj

capitalistaModificar

  • sub
  • capitalista ????
  • pt: n capitalista
  • en: n capitalist (* owner of capital)

capitalisticModificar

  • adj

capitanarModificar

  • v
  • capitanar ????
  • pt: v capitanear
  • en: v to captain

capitaniaModificar

  • sub

capitanoModificar

  • sub
  • capitano ????
  • pt: n [Mil.] capitão
  • en: n [Army, Navy] captain
  • ◊ capitanar

capitateModificar

  • adj
  • capitate ????
  • pt: adj [Bot.] capitato/a
  • en: adj [Bot.] capitate

capitationModificar

  • sub
  • capitation ????
  • pt: n capitação (taxa que se faz por cabeça; 2. distribuição que se faz por cabeça))
  • en: n capitation

capiteModificar

  • sub
  • capite (cá-) ????
  • pt: n cabeça (1. "cabeça de pessoa ou animal"; 2. chefe)
  • en: n head (1. “head of a person or animal”; 2. chief, leader);
  • capite de ponte, de lecto, etc. bridgehead, head of a bed, etc.
  • ◊ capitano; capitation; capitello; capitulo; capital; capitate; decapitar; occipite; sincipite etc.

capitelloModificar

  • sub
  • capitello ????
  • pt: n [Arquit.] capitel
  • en: n [Arch.] capital

capitieraModificar

  • sub

capitolinModificar

  • adj

CapitolioModificar

capitolioModificar

  • sub
  • capitolio ????
  • pt: n capitólio
  • en: n capitol
  • Capitolio ????
  • pt: n Capitólio
  • en: npr Capitol

capitularModificar

  • adj

capitularModificar

  • v
  • capitular¹ ????
  • pt: v capitular
  • en: v to capitulate
  • ◊ capitulation
  • capitular² ????
  • pt: adj capitular (pertencente a um capitulo eclesiástico)
  • en: adj capitular (* pertaining to an ecclesiastical chapter)

capitulationModificar

  • sub
  • capitulation ????
  • pt: n capitulação
  • en: n capitulation

capituloModificar

  • sub
  • capitulo ????
  • pt: n capitulo (1.
  • "capitulo de um livro"; 2. "capitulo eclesiástico")
  • en: n chapter (1. “chapter of a books”; 2. “ecclesiastical chapter”)
  • ◊ capitular¹; capitular²; recapitular

capoModificar

  • sub
  • capo ????
  • pt: n [Geog.] cabo
  • en: n [Geog.] cape, headland

caponModificar

  • sub
  • capon ????
  • pt: n capão (frango capado)
  • en: n capon
  • ◊ caponiera

caponarModificar

  • v

caponieraModificar

  • sub
  • caponiera ????
  • pt: n 1. capoeira; 2. [Fortif.] fortaleza
  • en: n 1. caponcote; 2. [Fortif.] caponier

caporalModificar

  • sub
  • caporal ????
  • pt: n [Mil.] corporal
  • en: n [Mil.] corporal

capoverdianModificar

  • adj

capoverdianoModificar

  • sub

cappaModificar

  • sub
  • cappa ????
  • pt: n [Vest.] capa
  • en: n [Clothing] cape
  • ◊ cappello; cappella; cappotto; cappotta; cappucio; escappar
  • capparo ????
  • pt: n alcaparra

cappellaModificar

  • sub
  • cappella ????
  • pt: n [Arquit.] capela
  • en: n 1. [Arch.] chapel; 2. chapel choir of singers;
  • maestro de cappella choir master;
  • a cappella a cappella
  • ◊ cappellano-cappellania

cappellaniaModificar

  • sub
  • cappellania (-ía) ????
  • pt: n capelania
  • en: n chaplaincy

cappellanoModificar

  • sub
  • cappellano ????
  • pt: n capelão
  • en: n chaplain

cappelleriaModificar

  • sub
  • cappelleria (-ía) ????
  • pt: n chapelaria
  • en: n hat shop

cappelleroModificar

  • sub
  • cappellero ????
  • pt: n chapeleiro
  • en: n hatter

cappellettoModificar

  • sub
  • cappelletto ????
  • en: n [Veter. Surg.] capelet

cappellieraModificar

  • sub

cappellinaModificar

  • sub
  • cappellina ????
  • pt: n capelina
  • en: n 1. hood (* coiflike headdress for women); 2. [Med.] capeline

cappelloModificar

  • sub
  • cappello ????
  • pt: n chapéu
  • en: n hat
  • ◊ cappellero; cappelleria; cappelletto; cappellina

capperoModificar

  • sub

cappottaModificar

  • sub
  • cappotta ????
  • pt: n capota
  • en: n capote (* bonnet with strings for women)

cappottoModificar

  • sub
  • cappotto ????
  • pt: n capote
  • en: n capote (* long cloak or overcoat)

cappuciettoModificar

  • sub

cappucinaModificar

  • sub
  • cappucina ????
  • pt: n [Bot.] mastruço, agrião (compare: nasturtio)
  • en: n [Bot.] nasturtium

cappucinoModificar

  • sub
  • cappucino ????
  • pt: n [Ecles.] Capuchinho
  • en: n [Eccl.] Capuchin

cappucioModificar

  • sub
  • cappucio ????
  • pt: n [Vest.] capuz
  • en: n [Clothing] hood (on a robe or mantle; also: cowl
  • ◊ cappucino; cappucina; incappuciar

capraModificar

  • sub
  • capra ????
  • pt: n cabra
  • en: n goat
  • ◊ caprero; capretto; caprin; Capricorno etc.; capro

caprellaModificar

  • sub

capreolaModificar

  • sub

capreolettoModificar

  • sub

capreoloModificar

  • sub
  • capreolo ????
  • pt: n capréolo

capreroModificar

  • sub
  • caprero ????
  • pt: n cabreiro
  • en: n goatherd

caprettoModificar

  • sub
  • capretto ????
  • pt: n cabrito
  • en: n kid (1. young goat; 2. kid leather)

capricModificar

  • adj

capricioModificar

  • sub
  • capricio ????
  • pt: n capricho
  • en: n caprice (1. sudden change of mind; 2. [Mus., Art] capriccio)
  • ◊ capriciose-capriciositate

capricioseModificar

  • adj
  • capriciose ????
  • pt: adj caprichoso/a
  • en: adj capricious
  • capriciosemente ????
  • <b>pt: adv caprichosamente

capriciositateModificar

  • sub
  • capriciositate ????
  • en: n capriciousness

CapricornoModificar

  • sub n pr

capricornoModificar

  • sub
  • Capricorno ????
  • pt: n [Astron.] Capricórnio
  • en: n [Astron.] Capricorn;
  • capricorno capricorn beetle

caprificarModificar

  • v

caprificationModificar

  • sub

caprifigoModificar

  • sub

caprifoliaceasModificar

  • sub pl

caprifolioModificar

  • sub
  • caprifolio ????
  • en: n honeysuckle, woodbine

caprilModificar

  • sub

caprimulgoModificar

  • sub

caprinModificar

  • adj
  • caprin ????
  • pt: adj caprino/a
  • en: adj goat-like, caprine

capriolaModificar

  • sub
  • capriola ????
  • pt: n cabriola

caproModificar

  • sub
  • capro ????
  • pt: n bode
  • en: n he-goat

caproicModificar

  • adj

caprylicModificar

  • adj

capsellaModificar

  • sub

capsicoModificar

  • sub

capsulaModificar

  • sub
  • capsula ????
  • pt: n cápsula
  • en: n I. capsule (1. [Anat., Zool.]; 2. [Bot.]; 3. [Pharm.]; 4. [Chem.] shallow dish for evaporating, etc.); II. cap (1. metal cover that seals a bottle; 2. “percussion cap”)
  • ◊ capsular¹-multicapsular etc.; capsular²-capsulage

capsulageModificar

  • sub
  • capsulage (-aje)
     ????
  • en: n capping (of a bottle)

capsularModificar

  • adj

capsularModificar

  • v
  • capsular¹ ????
  • pt: adj capsular
  • en: adj capsular
  • capsular² ????
  • pt: v capsular
  • en: v to seal or cap (a bottle)

capsulatorModificar

  • sub

capsulifereModificar

  • adj
  • capt- ????
  • en: see caper

captarModificar

  • v
  • captar ????
  • pt: v captar
  • en: v to inveigle, beguile
  • ◊ captation

captationModificar

  • sub
  • captation ????
  • pt: n captação
  • en: n (act of) inveigling

captionModificar

  • sub
  • caption ????
  • en: n catching, seizure

captioseModificar

  • adj
  • captiose ????
  • pt: adj capcioso/a
  • en: adj captious (as in “captious questions”)

captivarModificar

  • v
  • captivar ????
  • pt: v cativar
  • en: v 1. to capture; 2. to captivate

captiveModificar

  • adj
  • captive ????
  • pt: adj cativo/a
  • en: adj captive (1. held as a prisoner; 2. captivated)
  • ◊ captivitate; captivar; captivo

captivitateModificar

  • sub
  • captivitate ????
  • pt: n catividade
  • en: n captivity

captivoModificar

  • sub
  • captivo ????
  • pt: n cativo
  • en: n captive

capturaModificar

  • sub
  • captura ????
  • pt: n captura (acto de capturar)
  • en: n capture (* act or fact of capturing)

capturabileModificar

  • adj

capturarModificar

  • v
  • capturar ????
  • pt: v capturar
  • en: v to capture

capybaraModificar

  • sub

carModificar

  • adj
  • -car [A ????
  • en: n [occurring in compounds] -car
  • ◊ autocar etc. ...
  • car ????
  • pt: adj caro/a (1. querido; 2. caro (contrario de barato))
  • en: adj dear (1. beloved; 2. expensive)
  • ◊ caressa; caritate

carabinaModificar

  • sub
  • carabina ????
  • pt: n carabina
  • en: n carbine
  • ◊ carabinero

carabineroModificar

  • sub
  • carabinero ????
  • pt: n carabineiro (1. soldado armado de carabina; 2. fabricante de carabinas; 3. militar rural em Espanha e Itália)
  • en: n carabineer

caraboModificar

  • sub

caracaModificar

  • sub

caracalModificar

  • sub

caracolModificar

  • sub

caracolarModificar

  • v

caraganaModificar

  • sub

carambolaModificar

  • sub
  • carambola ????
  • pt: n carambola
  • en: n 1. [Billiards] carom ball; 2. [Billiards] carom, cannon
  • ◊ carambolar

carambolarModificar

  • v
  • carambolar ????
  • pt: v carambolar
  • en: v [Billiards] to carom, cannon

carambolinaModificar

  • sub

caramelisarModificar

  • v
  • caramelisar ????
  • pt: v caramelizar

caramelisationModificar

  • sub
  • caramelisation ????
  • pt: n caramelização

caramelloModificar

  • sub
  • caramello ????
  • pt: n caramelo (1. açúcar fundido; 2. rebuçado)
  • en: n caramel (1. burnt sugar; 2. caramel candy)

carapaceModificar

  • sub
  • carapace ????
  • pt: n caranguejo

carassiovulgarModificar

  • sub

caratModificar

  • sub
  • carat ????
  • pt: n quilate (1. a maior pureza do oiro ou pedras preciosas; 2. [Pesos] peso ou massa equivalente a 199 miligramas)
  • en: n carat (1. one 24th part; 2. [Weight])

caravanaModificar

  • sub
  • caravana ????
  • pt: n caravana
  • en: n caravan
  • ◊ caravanseralio etc.

caravaneroModificar

  • sub

caravanningModificar

  • sub

caravanseralioModificar

  • sub
  • caravanseralio ????
  • pt: n caravançara, caravançarai
  • en: n caravansary, caravanserai

caravellaModificar

  • sub

carbocationModificar

  • sub

carbochimiaModificar

  • sub

carbocyclicModificar

  • adj

carboglycerinaModificar

  • sub

carbohemoglobinaModificar

  • sub

carbohydratoModificar

  • sub

carbolicModificar

  • adj

carbonModificar

  • sub
  • carbon ????
  • pt: n carvão
  • en: n 1. coal; 2. [Chem.] carbon;
  • hydrato de carbon carbohydrate;
  • carbon de ligno charcoal (* wood charred in a kiln);
  • minator de carbon (fossile) coal miner, collier
  • ◊ carbonato; carbonero; carboniera; carbonic; carbonifere; carbonose; carbonisar-carbonisation

carbonadoModificar

  • sub

carbonatarModificar

  • v
  • carbonatar ????
  • pt: v carbonatar
  • en: v [Chem.] to carbonate

carbonatationModificar

  • sub

carbonatoModificar

  • sub
  • carbonato ????
  • pt: n [Quim.] carbonato
  • en: n [Chem.] carbonate
  • ◊ carbonatar; discarbonatar; bicarbonato etc.

carboneroModificar

  • sub
  • carbonero ????
  • pt: n carvoeiro (aquele que faz ou vende carvão)
  • en: n 1. charcoalburner; 2. charcoaldealer, coaldealer

carbonicModificar

  • adj
  • carbonic ????
  • pt: adj carbónico
  • en: adj carbonic;
  • anhydrido carbonic carbon dioxide

carbonieraModificar

  • sub
  • carboniera ????
  • pt: n carvoeira
  • en: n coalpit

carbonifereModificar

  • adj
  • carbonifere ????
  • pt: adj carbonífero/a
  • en: adj carboniferous (* containing carbon or coal)

carboniferoModificar

  • sub

carbonisarModificar

  • v
  • carbonisar ????
  • pt: v carbonizar
  • en: v to carbonize (* to convert into a residue of carbon)

carbonisationModificar

  • sub
  • carbonisation ????
  • pt: n carbonização
  • en: n carbonization (* act of converting into a residue of carbon)
  • carbono ????
  • pt: n [Quim.] carbono (C)

carbonoseModificar

  • adj
  • carbonose ????
  • pt: adj [Quim.] carbonoso/a
  • en: adj [Chem.] carbonous

carbonylModificar

  • sub

carborundumModificar

  • sub

carbotherapiaModificar

  • sub

carboxylModificar

  • sub

carboxylaseModificar

  • sub

carboxylicModificar

  • adj

carbuncularModificar

  • adj

carbunculoModificar

  • sub
  • carbunculo ????
  • pt: n carbúnculo (1. tumor gangrenoso e inflamatório; 2. antraz; 3. rubi de grande brilho)
  • en: n carbuncle (1. smooth, round garnet or other deep-red jewel; 2. [Med.])
  • ◊ carbunculose

carbunculoseModificar

  • adj
  • carbunculose ????
  • pt: adj [Med.] carbunculoso/a
  • en: adj [Med.] carbuncular

carburanteModificar

  • sub
  • carburante ????
  • pt: n carburante
  • en: n carburetant; also: motor-fuel

carburarModificar

  • v
  • carburar ????
  • pt: v carburar
  • en: v [Chem.] to carburet

carburationModificar

  • sub
  • carburation ????
  • pt: n [Quim.] carburação
  • en: n [Chem.] carburetion

carburatorModificar

  • sub
  • carburator ????
  • pt: n carburador
  • en: n carburetor, carburettor

carburoModificar

  • sub
  • carburo ????
  • pt: n [Quim.] carbureto, carboneto
  • en: n [Chem.] carburet, carbide
  • ◊ carburar-carburation, carburator; discarburar-discarburation; bicarburo etc.

carcassaModificar

  • sub
  • carcassa ????
  • pt: n carcaça, esqueleto, cadáver, armadura, estrutura.

carceolariaModificar

  • sub

carcerarModificar

  • v
  • carcerar ????
  • pt: v carcerar, encarcerar
  • en: v to incarcerate

carcerariModificar

  • adj
  • carcerari ????
  • pt: adj carcerário/a
  • en: adj prison

carcerationModificar

  • sub
  • carceration ????
  • pt: n encarceração
  • en: n incarceration

carceratoModificar

  • sub
  • carcerato ????
  • pt: n carcerado, prisioneiro

carcereModificar

  • sub
  • carcere ????
  • pt: n cárcere, prisão
  • en: n prison
  • ◊ carcerero; carcerari; carcerar-carceration; incarcerar-incarceration, disincarcerar-disincarceration

carcereroModificar

  • sub
  • carcerero ????
  • pt: n carcereiro
  • en: n jailer, keeper

carcerologicModificar

  • adj

carcinogeneModificar

  • adj
  • carcinogene ????
  • pt: adj cancerígeno/a, carcirogeneo/a

carcinolyse (-ysis)Modificar

  • sub

carcinolyticModificar

  • adj

carcinolyticoModificar

  • sub

carcinomaModificar

  • sub
  • carcinoma ????
  • pt: n [Patol.] carcinoma
  • en: n [Pathol.] carcinoma

carcinomatoseModificar

  • adj

carcinophobiaModificar

  • sub

cardamineModificar

  • sub

cardamomoModificar

  • sub

CardanModificar

  • sub n pr

cardanModificar

  • sub

cardanicModificar

  • adj

cardarModificar

  • v
  • cardar ????
  • pt: v cardar
  • en: v to card

cardataModificar

  • sub
  • cardata ????
  • pt: n cardada
  • en: n cardful (of wool)

cardatorModificar

  • sub
  • cardator ????
  • pt: n cardador
  • en: n carder

cardaturaModificar

  • sub
  • cardatura ????
  • pt: n cardadura (1. acção de cardar; 2. rolo de lã ou algodão saída da maquina de cardar)
  • en: n carding (1. action of carding; 2. roll of wool or cotton from carding machine)
  • cardello ????
  • pt: n pintassilgo

carderiaModificar

  • sub
  • carderia (-ía) ????
  • pt: n fabrica de cardar
  • en: n carding mill

cardiaModificar

  • sub
  • cardia ????
  • en: n [Anat.] cardia (* cardiac orifice of the stomach); cardi- [occurring in derivatives and compounds] cardi-, cardio- (* heart)
  • ◊ cardiac-cerebro-cardiac etc.; anarcardio; pericardio; cardialgia etc.; cardiographo etc.; cardiologia etc.; cardiosclerosis etc.; endocardio etc.

cardiacModificar

  • adj
  • cardiac (-í-) ????
  • pt: adj cardíaco/a
  • en: adj cardiac

cardiacoModificar

  • sub

cardialModificar

  • adj

cardialgiaModificar

  • sub
  • cardialgia (-ía) ????
  • pt: n [Patol.] cardialgia
  • en: n [Pathol.] cardialgia, heartburn

cardialgicModificar

  • adj

cardiganModificar

  • sub

cardinalModificar

  • adj

cardinalModificar

  • sub
  • cardinal¹ ????
  • pt: adj cardeal, cardinal (numero cardinal; vértebra cardinal, terceira vértebra cervical; uva cardinal)
  • en: adj cardinal (* of first importance);
  • numeros cardinal cardinal numbers;
  • punctos cardinal cardinal points;
  • virtutes cardinal cardinal virtues
  • ◊ cardinal²-cardinalato
  • cardinal² ????
  • pt: n cardeal, cardinal (1. [Ecles.] cardeal; 2. [Zool.] tipo de ave)
  • en: n cardinal (1. [Eccl.]; 2. cardinal bird)

cardinalatoModificar

  • sub
  • cardinalato ????
  • pt: n cardinalado
  • en: n cardinalate

cardinalicieModificar

  • adj

cardineModificar

  • sub
  • cardine ????
  • pt: n gonzo, quicio, dobradiça, bisagra
  • en: n hinge
  • ◊ cardinal¹; discardinar
  • cardio ????
  • pt: n berbigão

cardiocarpeModificar

  • adj

cardiochirurgiaModificar

  • sub

cardiochirurgicModificar

  • adj

cardiochirurgoModificar

  • sub

cardiogrammaModificar

  • sub

cardiographiaModificar

  • sub
  • cardiographia (-ía) ????
  • pt: n cardiografia
  • en: n cardiography

cardiographoModificar

  • sub
  • cardiographo (-ó-) ????
  • pt: n cardiógrafo
  • en: n cardiograph
  • ◊ cardiographia

cardioideModificar

  • sub

cardiologiaModificar

  • sub
  • cardiologia (-ía) ????
  • pt: n cardiologia
  • en: n cardiology

cardiologicModificar

  • adj

Modificar

  • sub

cardiomegaliaModificar

  • sub

cardiopathaModificar

  • sub
  • cardiopathe ????
  • pt: n cardiopata (pessoa que sofre de cardiopatia)

cardiopathiaModificar

  • sub
  • cardiopathia (-ía) ????
  • pt: n cardiopatia
  • en: n cardiopathy
  • cardiopathic ????
  • pt: adj cardiopático/a

cardiopetaleModificar

  • adj

cardioplegiaModificar

  • sub

cardiopulmonarModificar

  • adj

cardiosclerose (-osis)Modificar

  • sub
  • cardiosclerosis (-ósis) ????
  • pt: n [Patol.] cardiosclerose
  • en: n [Pathol.] cardiosclerosis

cardioscopioModificar

  • sub

cardiosepaleModificar

  • adj

cardiotomiaModificar

  • sub

cardiotonicModificar

  • adj

cardiotonicoModificar

  • sub

cardiovascularModificar

  • adj

carditisModificar

  • sub

cardoModificar

  • sub
  • cardo ????
  • pt: n cardo
  • en: n 1. thistle; 2. [Bot.] cardoon; 3. teasel; card, carding-brush
  • ◊ cardata; carderia; cardar-cardator, cardatura

cardoideModificar

  • adj

cardoideModificar

  • sub

cardueloModificar

  • sub

carduoModificar

  • sub

carentiaModificar

  • sub
  • carentia ????
  • pt: n carência
  • en: n lack, want (of something); also: shortage

carentialModificar

  • adj

carerModificar

  • v
  • carer ????
  • pt: v carecer
  • en: v to lack, be lacking in
  • ◊ carentia

caressaModificar

  • sub
  • caressa ????
  • pt: n caricia
  • en: n caress
  • ◊ caressar

caressarModificar

  • v
  • caressar ????
  • pt: v acariciar
  • en: v to caress

carex,cariceModificar

  • sub

cargaModificar

  • sub
  • carga ????
  • pt: n carga (1. carregar; 2. dever, responsabilidade; 3. ataque impetuoso)
  • en: n charge (1. load; 2. task, duty; also: responsibility, care, trust; 3. impetuous attack)

cargalitterasModificar

  • sub
  • cargalitteras (-lít-) ????
  • en: n letterweight, paperweight

cargamentoModificar

  • sub
  • cargamento ????
  • pt: n I. carregamento (1. carregar uma arma; 2. cargo)
  • en: n I. loading (1. lading; 2. as in “loading of a gun”); II. load, also: cargo

cargapapirosModificar

  • sub
  • cargapapiros (-pí-) ????
  • en: n paperweight, letterweight

cargarModificar

  • v
  • cargar ????
  • pt: v carregar
  • en: v I. to load, lade; II. to load, charge (as in “to load or charge a gun”); III. to charge (1. “to charge with electricity etc.”; 2. to attack impetuously);
  • cargar se de to take upon oneself
  • ◊ cargo; carga-montacargas etc.; cargamento; discargar-discarga, discargamento, discargator, discargatorio; incargar; supercargar-supercarga; cargalitteras etc.

cargateModificar

  • adj

cargatorModificar

  • sub

cargatorioModificar

  • sub

cargoModificar

  • sub
  • cargo ????
  • pt: n cargo
  • en: n cargo

cariModificar

  • sub

cariarModificar

  • v
  • cariar ????
  • pt: v cariar
  • en: v [Med.] to rot, affect with caries

cariateModificar

  • adj
  • cariate ????
  • pt: adj cariado (que tem caries)
  • en: adj carious, affected with caries

caribeModificar

  • adj

caribeModificar

  • sub
  • caribe¹ ????
  • pt: n Caribe
  • en: n Carib
  • caribe² ????
  • pt: adj caraíba
  • en: adj 1. Carib; 2. Caribbean;
  • Mar Caribe Caribbean Sea;
  • Insulas Caribe West Indies, Antilles

caribuModificar

  • sub

caricaturaModificar

  • sub
  • caricatura ????
  • pt: n caricatura
  • en: n caricature
  • ◊ caricaturista; caricatural; caricaturar

caricaturalModificar

  • adj
  • caricatural ????
  • pt: adj caricatural
  • en: adj caricaturish

caricaturarModificar

  • v
  • caricaturar ????
  • pt: v caricaturar
  • en: v to caricature

caricaturistaModificar

  • sub
  • caricaturista ????
  • pt: n caricaturista
  • en: n caricaturist

carieModificar

  • sub
  • carie ????
  • pt: n carie
  • en: n caries
  • ◊ cariate; cariose; cariar

carillonModificar

  • sub
  • carillon [F ????
  • pt: n carillon [F]
  • en: n carillon, chimes
  • ◊ carillonar-carillonamento, carillonator

carillonamentoModificar

  • sub
  • carillonamento ????
  • en: n (action of) playing on chimes or a carillon

carillonarModificar

  • v
  • carillonar ????
  • en: v 1. to play a carillon; 2. to produce by chiming, play on chimes or a carillon

carillonatorModificar

  • sub
  • carillonator ????
  • en: n carillon player, chimes player

carinaModificar

  • sub
  • carina ????
  • pt: n 1. carina, carena, querena, quilha (dum navio); 2. [Astron.] nome de uma constelação (lat. carinae)
  • en: n keel (of a ship)
  • ◊ carinar-carinage

carinageModificar

  • sub
  • carinage (-aje) ????
  • pt: n querenagem
  • en: n (act of) careening

carinarModificar

  • v
  • carinar ????
  • pt: v quilhar
  • en: v [Nant.] to careen (* to cause to heel over)

carinateModificar

  • adj

carinatifolieModificar

  • adj

carinatisepaleModificar

  • adj

carinifereModificar

  • adj

CarinthiaModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Carinthia ????
  • en: npr Carinthia

cariogeneModificar

  • adj

carioseModificar

  • adj
  • cariose ????
  • pt: adj carioso/a, cariado/a
  • en: adj carious, affected with carries

cariositateModificar

  • sub

caritabileModificar

  • adj
  • caritabile ????
  • pt: adj caridoso/a, caritativo/a
  • en: adj charitable

caritateModificar

  • sub
  • caritate ????
  • pt: n caridade
  • en: n 1. charity (as in “charity is a Christian virtue”); 2. alms;
  • facer le caritate to give alms
  • ◊ caritabile-incaritabile

caritativeModificar

  • adj

carlinaModificar

  • sub

carlingaModificar

  • sub

carlismoModificar

  • sub

carlistaModificar

  • adj

carlistaModificar

  • sub

carmagnoleModificar

  • sub

carmelitaModificar

  • sub

carmesinModificar

  • adj
  • carmesin ????
  • pt: adj carmesim

carmesinoModificar

  • sub

carminativeModificar

  • adj

carminativoModificar

  • sub

carmineeModificar

  • adj

carminoModificar

  • sub
  • carmino ????
  • pt: n carmim
  • en: n carmine

carnageModificar

  • sub
  • carnage (-aje) ????
  • pt: n carnificina, matança, mortandade, chacina, morticínio, carnagem
  • en: n carnage

carnalModificar

  • adj
  • carnal ????
  • pt: adj carnal
  • en: adj carnal

carnalitateModificar

  • sub
  • carnalitate ????
  • pt: n carnalidade
  • en: n carnality
  • carnalmente ????
  • pt: adv carnalmente

carnationModificar

  • sub
  • carnation ????
  • pt: n carnadura, carnação
  • en: n 1. complexion, skin coloring; 2. [Art] carnation

carnavalModificar

  • sub

carnavalescModificar

  • adj

carneModificar

  • sub
  • carne ????
  • pt: n carne
  • en: n 1. flesh; 2. meat (* flesh used as food);
  • in carne e osso In the flesh;
  • carne de cannon cannon fodder;
  • carne de un fructo flesh or pulp of a fruit;
  • esser in carne to be fleshy or corpulent
  • ◊ carnage; carnation; carnal-carnalitate; carnose-carnositate; carnute; discarnar-discarnate; incarnar; carnifice etc.: carnivore etc.

carnetModificar

  • sub
  • carneval ????
  • pt: n Carnaval
  • en: n carnival, Shrovetide
  • ◊ carnevalesc
  • carnevalesc ????
  • pt: adj carnavalesco/a
  • en: adj carnival
  • carnevalescamente ????
  • pt: adv carnavalescamente

carnieraModificar

  • sub

carnificarseModificar

  • v

carnificationModificar

  • sub

carnificeModificar

  • sub
  • carnifice (-ní-) ????
  • pt: n carnífice
  • en: n hangman, executioner

carniformeModificar

  • adj

carnivoreModificar

  • adj
  • carnivore ????
  • pt: adj carnívoro/a
  • en: adj carnivorous

carnivoroModificar

  • sub

carnophobiaModificar

  • sub

carnoseModificar

  • adj
  • carnose ????
  • pt: adj carnoso/a
  • en: adj fleshy

carnositateModificar

  • sub
  • carnositate ????
  • pt: n carnosidade
  • en: n fleshiness

carnuteModificar

  • adj
  • carnute ????
  • pt: adj carnudo/a
  • en: adj fleshy

CarolaModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Carola (cá-) ????
  • pt: nprf Carla
  • en: nprf Carol

CarolinaModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Carolina ????
  • pt: npr Carolina;
  • Carolina del Nord Carolina do Norte;
  • Carolina del Sud Carolina do Sul
  • en: npr Carolina;
  • Carolina del Nord North Carolina;
  • Carolina del Sud South Carolina;
  • le Carolinas the Caroline Islands

carolingeModificar

  • adj
  • carolinge ????
  • pt: adj carolíngio/a
  • en: adj Carolingian, Carlovingian

carolingianModificar

  • adj
  • carolingo ????
  • pt: n carolíngio
  • en: n Carolingian, Carlovingian

CaroloModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Carolo (cá-) ????
  • pt: nprm Carlos;
  • Carolo Magne Carlos Magno
  • en: nprm Charles;
  • Carolo Magne Charlemagne
  • ◊ Carolina; carolinge-carolingo; Carola

caroniaModificar

  • sub
  • caronia ????
  • pt: n cadáver
  • en: n carrion
  • ◊ caroniose

caronioseModificar

  • adj
  • caroniose ????
  • pt: adj cadáver em putrefacção
  • en: adj carrion, putrid

carophyllieroModificar

  • sub

carophylloModificar

  • sub

caroselloModificar

  • sub
  • carosello ????
  • pt: n carrossel
  • en: n carrousel (1. [Man.]; 2. merry-go-round)

carotaModificar

  • sub
  • carota ????
  • pt: n cenoura
  • en: n carrot
  • ◊ carotina

carotideModificar

  • sub

carotideeModificar

  • adj

carotidianModificar

  • adj

carotinaModificar

  • sub
  • carotina ????
  • pt: n [Quim.] carotina
  • en: n [Chem.] carotene, carotin

carpaModificar

  • sub
  • carpa ????
  • pt: n [Zool.] carpa
  • en: n [Ichthyol.] carp

carpaccioModificar

  • sub

carpalModificar

  • adj
  • carpal ????
  • pt: adj [Anat.] carpal
  • en: adj [Anat.] carpal

CarpatesModificar

  • sub n pr pl
  • Carpates ????
  • en: nprpl Carpathians

carpaticModificar

  • adj

carpellarModificar

  • adj

carpelloModificar

  • sub

carpentarModificar

  • v

carpenteriaModificar

  • sub
  • carpenteria (-ía) ????
  • pt: n carpintaria
  • en: n carpentry

carpenteroModificar

  • sub
  • carpentero ????
  • pt: n carpinteiro
  • en: n carpenter
  • ◊ carpenteria

carpettaModificar

  • sub

carpicultorModificar

  • sub

carpiculturaModificar

  • sub

carpinoModificar

  • sub

carpoModificar

  • sub
  • carpo- ????
  • en: n [occurring in compounds] carpo-, carp- (* fruit)
  • ◊ mesocarpio etc. ...
  • carpo ????
  • pt: n [Anat.] carpo
  • en: n [Anat.] wrist, carpus
  • ◊ carpal; metacarpo-metacarpal

carpocapsaModificar

  • sub

carpologiaModificar

  • sub

carpophoraModificar

  • sub

carposporaModificar

  • sub

carrafaModificar

  • sub
  • carrafa ????
  • pt: n garrafa
  • en: n carafe

carraraModificar

  • sub

carrearModificar

  • v
  • carrear ????
  • pt: v carretear, carretar
  • en: n to cart (* to transport in a cart)

carreroModificar

  • sub

carrettaModificar

  • sub
  • carretta ????
  • pt: n carreta, carroça
  • en: n cart (* two-wheeled vehicle);
  • carretta de mano pushcart; wheelbarrow
  • ◊ carrettata; carrettero

carrettataModificar

  • sub
  • carrettata ????
  • pt: n carretada, carrada
  • en: n cart-load

carretteroModificar

  • sub
  • carrettero ????
  • pt: n carreteiro
  • en: n carter, cart driver

carrieraModificar

  • sub
  • carriera ????
  • pt: n 1. corrida; 2. carreira, profissão
  • en: n 1. racecourse; 2. career (* course of continued progress in the life of a person, nation, etc.)

carrierismoModificar

  • sub

carrieristaModificar

  • sub

carroModificar

  • sub
  • carro ????
  • pt: n carro (duma maquina de escrever, etc.)
  • en: n wagon, carriage, car; also: carriage (of a typewriter, etc.);
  • carro funebre hearse, funeral car;
  • carro triumphal [Antiq.] triumphal car or chariot
  • ◊ carretta; carriera; carrossa; carrear

carrossaModificar

  • sub
  • carrossa ????
  • pt: n coche, carruagem
  • en: n coach (* large closed carriage)
  • ◊ carrossero; carrosseria

carrossataModificar

  • sub

carrosseriaModificar

  • sub
  • carrosseria (-ía) ????
  • pt: n carroçaria
  • en: n body (of a car, etc.)

carrosseroModificar

  • sub
  • carrossero ????
  • pt: n 1. segeiro; 2. cocheiro
  • en: n coachbuilder

carrossettaModificar

  • sub

carrubaModificar

  • adj

carruboModificar

  • sub

cartaModificar

  • sub
  • carta ????
  • pt: n 1. cartão; 2. mapa;
  • carta de visita cartão/bilhete de visita
  • en: n 1. card; 2. map;
  • carta (postal) (postal) card;
  • jocar a cartas to play cards;
  • dar carta blanc a un persona to give a person full authority;
  • (manducar) al carta (to eat) à la carte;
  • dar le cartas to deal cards;
  • carta de visita calling card, visiting card
  • ◊ cartero; cartiera; carton; cartulario; cartulero; cartar; cartographo etc.; cartomante etc.; cartotheca etc.

cartarModificar

  • v
  • cartar ????
  • en: v I. to card (1. to provide with cards; 2. to enter upon a card); II. to chart

cartelModificar

  • sub
  • cartel ????
  • pt: n (1. cartaz; anúncio fixado; 2. [Com.] cartel; convénio de industriais e comerciantes para dominar o mercado)
  • en: n cartel (1. written challenge; 2. written agreement as to the exchange or ransom of prisoners; 3. [Com.])
  • ◊ cartelista; cartelisar-cartelisation

cartelisarModificar

  • v
  • cartelisar ????
  • pt: v cartelizar
  • en: v to cartelize

cartelisationModificar

  • sub
  • cartelisation ????
  • pt: n cartelização
  • en: n cartelization

cartelistaModificar

  • sub
  • cartelista ????
  • en: n cartelist

carterModificar

  • sub

carteroModificar

  • sub
  • cartero ????
  • pt: n fabricante de papel
  • en: n cardmaker

cartesianModificar

  • adj

cartesianismoModificar

  • sub

cartesianoModificar

  • sub

CarthagineModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Carthagine ????
  • pt: npr Cartago
  • en: npr Carthage
  • ◊ carthaginese

carthagineseModificar

  • adj

CarthagineseModificar

  • sub
  • carthaginese ????
  • pt: sub/adj cartaginês/esa
  • en: adj/n Carthaginian

CarthagoModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Carthago ????
  • pt: npr Cartago
  • en: npr Carthage

carthamoModificar

  • sub

cartieraModificar

  • sub
  • cartiera ????
  • pt: n carteira
  • en: n billfold

cartilagineModificar

  • sub
  • cartilagine ????
  • pt: n cartilagem
  • en: n cartilage
  • ◊ cartilaginose

cartilaginoseModificar

  • adj
  • cartilaginose ????
  • pt: adj cartilaginoso/a
  • en: adj cartilaginous

cartogrammaModificar

  • sub

cartographiaModificar

  • sub
  • cartographia (-ía) ????
  • pt: n cartografia
  • en: n cartography

cartographicModificar

  • adj
  • cartographic ????
  • pt: adj cartográfico/a
  • en: adj cartographic

cartographoModificar

  • sub
  • cartographo (-ó-) ????
  • pt: n cartógrafo
  • en: n cartographer
  • ◊ cartographia; cartographic

cartomanteModificar

  • sub
  • cartomante ????
  • pt: n cartomante
  • en: n fortune teller (using playing cards)
  • ◊ cartomantia

cartomantiaModificar

  • sub
  • cartomantia (-ía) ????
  • pt: n cartomancia
  • en: n fortune telling (by means of playing cards), cartomancy

cartometriaModificar

  • sub

cartometricModificar

  • adj

cartonModificar

  • sub
  • carton ????
  • pt: n 1. cartão; 2. banda desenhada, vinheta
  • en: n 1. cardboard, pasteboard; 2. cartoon (* design for painting, tapestry, etc.); 3. carton (* cardboard box)
  • ◊ cartonero; cartoneria; cartonar-cartonage

cartonageModificar

  • sub
  • cartonage (-aje) ????
  • pt: n encadernação (acto de encadernar)
  • en: n 1. pasteboard work; 2. [Bookbinding] boarding, (binding in) paper boards

cartonarModificar

  • v
  • cartonar ????
  • pt: v encadernar, cartonar
  • en: v [Bookbinding] to board, bind in boards

cartoneriaModificar

  • sub
  • cartoneria (-ía) ????
  • pt: n encadernação (1. acto de encadernar; 2. oficina onde se encaderna)
  • en: n 1. cardboard factory; 2. cardboard making

cartoneroModificar

  • sub
  • cartonero ????
  • pt: n encadernador
  • en: n cardboard maker

cartoonModificar

  • sub

cartoonista {oe}Modificar

  • sub

cartothecaModificar

  • sub
  • cartotheca ????
  • en: n 1. card index, card catalogue; also: file; 2. filing cabinet (for cards)
  • cartucha (-sh-) ????
  • pt: n [Mil.] cartucho
  • en: n [Mil.] cartridge
  • ◊ cartucheria; cartuchiera

cartucha {sj}Modificar

  • sub
  • cartucheria (-shería) ????
  • en: n cartridge factory

cartucheria {sj}Modificar

  • sub
  • cartuchiera (-sh-) ????
  • pt: n cartucheira
  • en: n cartridge box, cartridge case

cartuchiera {sj}Modificar

  • sub

cartularioModificar

  • sub
  • cartulario ????
  • pt: n cartulário
  • en: n chartulary (* collection of title deeds, etc.)

cartuleroModificar

  • sub
  • cartulero ????
  • en: n chartulary (* keeper of archives)

cartusanModificar

  • adj

CartusiaModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Cartusia ????
  • pt: npr Cartuxa 1. (Ordem religiosa fundada por S. Bruno no séc. XI, em Chartreux, França); 2. (qualquer mosteiro cartusiano)
  • en: npr Chartreuse (* French monastery founded by St. Bruno);
  • cartusia charterhouse, Chartreuse (* any Carthusian monastery)
  • ◊ cartusian-cartusiano

cartusianModificar

  • adj
  • cartusian ????
  • pt: adj cartusiano (relativo a cartuxa ou aos frades cartuxos)
  • en: adj Carthusian (* of Chartreuse or Carthusians)

cartusianoModificar

  • sub
  • cartusiano ????
  • pt: n cartusiano (frade cartuxo)
  • en: n Carthusian (* Carthusian monk)

cartusioModificar

  • sub

carunculaModificar

  • sub

carviModificar

  • sub
  • carvi ????
  • en: n caraway

carvifolieModificar

  • adj

carwashModificar

  • sub

CaryasModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Caryas (cá-) ????
  • en: npr [Anc. Geog.] Caryae
  • ◊ caryatide

caryatideModificar

  • sub
  • caryatide (-átide) ????
  • en: n [Arch.] caryatid
  • caryo- ????
  • en: n [occurring in compounds] 1. caryo-, cary- (* nut); 2. [Biol.] karyo- (* nucleus)
  • ◊ caryophyllo etc.; caryopse etc.; caryocinese etc.; caryocinetic etc.

caryocinese (-esis)Modificar

  • sub
  • caryocinese ????
  • en: n [Biol.] karyokinesis, cell division

caryocineticModificar

  • adj
  • caryocinetic ????
  • en: adj [Biol.] karyokinetic

caryogenese (-esis)Modificar

  • sub

caryologiaModificar

  • sub

caryolyse (-ysis)Modificar

  • sub

caryophyllaceasModificar

  • sub pl

caryophylloModificar

  • sub
  • caryophyllo (-rió-) ????
  • pt: n cariofilo
  • en: n clove pink, gillyflower

caryoplasmaModificar

  • sub

caryopse (-opsis)Modificar

  • sub
  • caryopse ????
  • pt: n [Bot.] cariopse
  • en: n [Bot.] caryopsis

caryothecaModificar

  • sub

caryotypoModificar

  • sub
  • cas- ????
  • en: see cader

casaModificar

  • sub
  • casa ????
  • pt: n casa

casacaModificar

  • sub
  • casaca ????
  • pt: n casaca, casaco

casamataModificar

  • sub

casbahModificar

  • sub

cascadaModificar

  • sub
  • cascada ????
  • pt: n cascata, catarata, queda de água (compare: cataracta)
  • en: n cascade, waterfall
  • ◊ cascadar

cascadarModificar

  • v
  • cascadar ????
  • en: v to cascade
  • casch- ????
  • en: see casco

caschettoModificar

  • sub
  • caschetto ????
  • pt: n casquete (dim. casco)
  • en: n light open helmet

cascoModificar

  • sub
  • casco ????
  • pt: n casco, capacete, elmo
  • en: n helmet
  • ◊ caschetto

caseeriaModificar

  • sub

caseeroModificar

  • sub

caseieraModificar

  • sub

caseificarModificar

  • v

caseificationModificar

  • sub
  • caseificio ????
  • pt: n queijaria

caseiformeModificar

  • adj

caseinaModificar

  • sub
  • caseina (-ína) ????
  • pt: n caseína
  • en: n casein

caseoModificar

  • sub
  • caseo suisse ????
  • pt: n queijo suísso
  • caseo ????
  • pt: n queijo
  • en: n cheese
  • ◊ caseina

caseoseModificar

  • adj

casernaModificar

  • sub
  • caserna ????
  • pt: n [Mil.] caserna
  • en: n [Mil.] barracks
  • ◊ casernero; casernar-casernamento

casernamentoModificar

  • sub
  • casernamento ????
  • en: n (action of) quartering in barracks

casernarModificar

  • v
  • casernar ????
  • en: v to quarter in barracks, to barrack

caserneroModificar

  • sub
  • casernero ????
  • en: n barrack warden

casettaModificar

  • sub

cashModificar

  • adv

cash-flowModificar

  • sub

casinoModificar

  • sub
  • casino ????
  • pt: n casino
  • en: n casino (* public place of amusement)

casoModificar

  • sub
  • caso ????
  • pt: n caso (1. condição especial; 2. [Gram.])
  • en: n case (1. special condition; 2. [Gram.]);
  • in nulle caso In no case;
  • in caso de necessitate In case of need, of necessity;
  • caso de conscientia matter of conscience;
  • in caso que In case (that)
  • ◊ casuista-casuistica; casual-casualitate

caspieModificar

  • adj
  • caspie ????
  • pt: adj cáspio
  • en: adj Caspian;
  • Mar Caspie Caspian (Sea)

CaspioModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Caspio ????
  • pt: npr Cáspio
  • en: npr Caspian

cassaModificar

  • sub
  • cassa ????
  • pt: n caixa
  • en: n 1. box, case; 2. cashbox, till ( also: place, office, establishment, etc. where money is kept, received or paid, as “cashier’s desk,”
  • “savings bank,” “sick fund,” etc.); 3. [Mus.] (side-)drum; 4. coffin, casket;
  • libro de cassa cashbook;
  • cassa del tympano [Anat.] ear-drum
  • ◊ cassero; casseria; cassetta; cassista; cassar-discassar, discassamento; incassar-incassamento, disincassar-disincassamento, reincassar-reincassamento

cassar (I)Modificar

  • v

cassar (II)Modificar

  • v
  • cassar¹ ????
  • pt: v encaixar
  • en: v 1. to box, case; 2. to cash
  • cassar² ????
  • pt: v cassar, borrar, riscar, apagar
  • en: v to quash, annul; 2. to cashier

cassataModificar

  • sub

cassationModificar

  • sub
  • cassation ????
  • pt: n 1. anulamento; 2. cassação, supremo tribunal de justiça;
  • en: n 1. cassation, quashing; 2. cashiering, cashierment;
  • corte de cassation supreme Court of Appeals

cassavaModificar

  • sub

casseModificar

  • adj
  • casse ????
  • pt: adj cassado, anulado
  • en: adj null, void
  • ◊ cassar-cassation

casseriaModificar

  • sub
  • casseria (-ía) ????
  • pt: n fabrica de caixas
  • en: n box factory

casseroModificar

  • sub
  • cassero ????
  • pt: n 1. caixeiro; 2. construtor de caixas
  • en: n 1. cashier; 2. box maker

casserolaModificar

  • sub
  • casserola ????
  • pt: n caçarola
  • en: n saucepan

cassettaModificar

  • sub
  • cassetta ????
  • pt: n caixinha
  • en: n small box, casket, etc.

cassettophonoModificar

  • sub

cassidaModificar

  • sub

cassistaModificar

  • sub
  • cassista ????
  • pt: n compositor tipográfico
  • en: n typesetter, compositor

cassiteriteModificar

  • sub

castaModificar

  • sub
  • casta ????
  • pt: n casta
  • en: n caste

castaniaModificar

  • sub
  • castania ????
  • pt: n castanha (fruto)
  • en: n chestnut (* fruit of the chestnut tree)
  • ◊ castanietta; castanie

castaniculturaModificar

  • sub
  • castanicultura ????
  • pt: n castanhicultura

castanieModificar

  • adj
  • castanie ????
  • pt: adj castanho (cor)
  • en: adj chestnut-colored

castanieroModificar

  • sub
  • castaniero ????
  • pt: n castanheiro (arvore)

castanietoModificar

  • sub
  • castanieto ????
  • pt: n castanhedo, castanhal

castaniettaModificar

  • sub
  • castanietta ????
  • pt: n castanhola
  • en: n castanet

castanioModificar

  • sub
  • castanio ????
  • pt: n castanho (madeira de castanheiro)

casteModificar

  • adj
  • caste ????
  • pt: adj casto/a
  • en: adj chaste;
  • stilo caste chaste, chastened style
  • ◊ castitate; castigar; inceste

castellanoModificar

  • sub
  • castellano ????
  • pt: n castelão (senhor do castelo)
  • en: n 1. lord (of a manor); 2. castellan

castelloModificar

  • sub
  • castello ????
  • pt: n castelo (1. fortaleza;
  • 2. [Naut.])
  • en: n castle (1. fortified seigniorial mansion; 2. [Naut.]);
  • castello de aqua water tower
  • ◊ castellano
  • castemente ????
  • pt: adv castamente

castigabileModificar

  • adj

castigamentoModificar

  • sub
  • castigamento ????
  • pt: n castigo
  • en: n chastisement; also: castigation

castigarModificar

  • v
  • castigar ????
  • pt: v castigar
  • en: v to chastise; also: to castigate;
  • castigar su stilo to chasten one’s style
  • ◊ castigamento; castigation; castigator

castigationModificar

  • sub
  • castigation ????
  • pt: n castigo
  • en: n chastisement; castigation

castigatorModificar

  • sub
  • castigator ????
  • pt: n castigador
  • en: n chastiser; castigator

CastiliaModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Castilia ????
  • pt: npr Castela
  • en: npr Castile
  • ◊ castilian-castiliano

castilianModificar

  • adj
  • castilian ????
  • pt: adj castelhano/a
  • en: adj Castilian

castilianoModificar

  • sub
  • castiliano ????
  • pt: n Castelhano (1. habitante de Castela; 2. língua espanhola)
  • en: n Castilian (1. inhahitant of Castile; 2. Castilian language, Spanish)

castitateModificar

  • sub
  • castitate ????
  • pt: n castidade (pureza sexual ou moral)
  • en: n chastity (* sexual or moral purity)

castor (I)Modificar

  • sub

Castor (II)Modificar

  • sub n pr
  • castor¹ ????
  • pt: n castor
  • en: n beaver (1. [Zool.]; 2. beaver hat)
  • ◊ castoreo
  • Castor² (cás-) ????
  • pt: npr Castor (1. [Mitol.]; 2. [Astron.])
  • en: npr Castor (1. [Gr. Mythol.]; 2. [Astron.])

castoreoModificar

  • sub
  • castoreo ????
  • pt: n castoreo
  • en: n castor, castoreum

castrametationModificar

  • sub

castrarModificar

  • v
  • castrar ????
  • pt: v castrar
  • en: v to castrate, geld
  • ◊ castration; castrator; castrato

castrateModificar

  • adj

castrationModificar

  • sub
  • castration ????
  • pt: n castração
  • en: n castration, gelding

castratoModificar

  • sub
  • castrato ????
  • pt: n castrado; eunuco
  • en: n castrate; eunuch

castratorModificar

  • sub
  • castrator ????
  • pt: n castrador
  • en: n castrator, gelder

castrismoModificar

  • sub

castristaModificar

  • adj

castristaModificar

  • sub
  • casu- ????
  • en: see caso

casualModificar

  • adj
  • casual ????
  • pt: adj casual
  • en: adj 1. inherent in the case; 2. casual (as in “casual profit”); also: chance, accidental

casualitateModificar

  • sub
  • casualitate ????
  • pt: n casualidade
  • en: n fortuitousness
  • casualmente ????
  • pt: adv casualmente

casuarinaModificar

  • sub

casuarioModificar

  • sub

casuistaModificar

  • sub
  • casuista (-ísta) ????
  • pt: n casuista
  • en: n casuist

casuisticModificar

  • adj

casuisticaModificar

  • sub
  • casuistica (-ís-) ????
  • pt: n casuística
  • en: n casuistry

casulaModificar

  • sub

casus belliModificar

  • cat- ????
  • en: see cata-

cataModificar

  • adj
  • cata ????
  • pt: adj cada;
  • cata uno cada um
  • en: adj each;
  • cata uno each (one)
  • cata- ????
  • pt: prefixo [ 'cat-' antes de '-h-' e vogais; usado sobretudo em termos técnicos] (1. em baixo, para baixo; 2. contra; 3. reflexo) compare: catarrhin etc.; cathodo etc.; catoptro- etc.
  • en: prefixo [ cat- before -h- and vowels; used chiefly in technical terms] cata-, cat- (1. down, downwards; 2. against; 3. reflected)
  • ◊ catarrhin etc.; cathodo etc.; catoptro- etc.

catabaticModificar

  • adj

catabolicModificar

  • adj

catabolismoModificar

  • sub

catabrosaModificar

  • sub

catachrese (-esis)Modificar

  • sub

cataclysmicModificar

  • adj
  • cataclysmic ????
  • pt: adj cataclismico/a
  • en: adj cataclysmal, cataclysmic

cataclysmoModificar

  • sub
  • cataclysmo ????
  • pt: n cataclismo
  • en: n cataclysm
  • ◊ cataclysmic

catacombaModificar

  • sub
  • catacomba ????
  • pt: n catacumba;
  • catacombas catacumbas
  • en: n catacomb;
  • catacombas catacombs

catacombalModificar

  • adj

catacusticaModificar

  • sub

catadioptricModificar

  • adj

catadioptricaModificar

  • sub

catadioptroModificar

  • sub

catadromeModificar

  • adj

catafalcoModificar

  • sub
  • catafalco ????
  • pt: n 1. catafalco; 2. cadafalso
  • en: n catafalque

catalanModificar

  • adj
  • catalan ????
  • pt: adj catalão
  • en: adj Catalan
  • ◊ catalano

catalanoModificar

  • sub
  • catalano ????
  • pt: n catalão (1. habitante da Catalunha; 2. língua catalã)
  • en: n Catalan (1. inhabitant of Catalonia; 2. Catalan language)

catalaseModificar

  • sub

catalecticModificar

  • adj

catalepsiaModificar

  • sub
  • catalepsia (-ía) ????
  • pt: n catalepsia (1. [Med.];
  • 2. [Filos.])
  • en: n catalepsy (1. [Med.]; 2. [Philos.])

catalepticModificar

  • adj
  • cataleptic ????
  • pt: adj cataleptico/a
  • en: adj cataleptic
  • ◊ cataleptico

catalepticoModificar

  • sub
  • cataleptico ????
  • pt: n cataleptico
  • en: n cataleptic

catalogabileModificar

  • adj

catalogarModificar

  • v
  • catalogar ????
  • pt: v catalogar
  • en: v to catalogue

catalogationModificar

  • sub

catalogatorModificar

  • sub
  • catalogator ????
  • pt: n catalogador
  • en: n cataloguer

Modificar

  • sub
  • catalogo (-tá-) ????
  • pt: n catalogo
  • en: n catalogue
  • ◊ catalogar-catalogator

CataloniaModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Catalonia ????
  • pt: npr Catalunha
  • en: npr Catalonia

catalpaModificar

  • sub

catalysarModificar

  • v
  • catalysar ????
  • pt: v catalizar
  • en: v to catalyze

catalysatorModificar

  • sub
  • catalysator ????
  • pt: n catalizador
  • en: n catalyst
  • catalyse (-ályse) ????
  • pt: n catálise
  • en: n [Physical Chem.] catalysis
  • ◊ catalysar-catalysator

catalyse (-ysis)Modificar

  • sub

catalyticModificar

  • adj
  • catalytic ????
  • pt: adj catalítico/a
  • en: adj catalytic

catamaranModificar

  • sub

catamnese (-esis)Modificar

  • sub

cataphonicaModificar

  • sub

cataphorese (-esis)Modificar

  • sub

cataplasmaModificar

  • sub
  • cataplasma ????
  • pt: n [Med.] emplastro, cataplasma
  • en: n [Med.] poultice, cataplasm

cataplexiaModificar

  • sub

catapodioModificar

  • sub

catapultaModificar

  • sub
  • catapulta ????
  • pt: n catapulta
  • en: n catapult (1. [Gr. and Rom. Antiq.]; 2. [Aeronaut.])

catapultabileModificar

  • adj

catapultamentoModificar

  • sub

catapultarModificar

  • v
  • catapultar ????
  • pt: v catapultar

cataractaModificar

  • sub
  • cataracta ????
  • pt: n catarata (1. queda de água; 2. [Med.])
  • en: n cataract (1. waterfall; 2. [Med.])

catarrhalModificar

  • adj
  • catarrhal ????
  • pt: adj catarral
  • en: adj catarrhal

catarrhinModificar

  • adj
  • catarrhin ????
  • en: adj [Zool.] catarrhine
  • ◊ catarrhino

catarrhinoModificar

  • sub
  • catarrhino ????
  • en: n [Zool.] catarrhine;
  • catarrhinos Catarrhina

catarrhoModificar

  • sub
  • catarrho ????
  • pt: n catarro
  • en: n catarrh
  • ◊ catarrhal; catarrhose

catarrhoseModificar

  • adj
  • catarrhose ????
  • pt: adj catarroso/a
  • en: adj catarrhous

catastralModificar

  • adj

catastrarModificar

  • v

catastroModificar

  • sub

catastropheModificar

  • sub
  • catastrophe (-tás-) ????
  • pt: n catástrofe (1. desastre;
  • 2. drama)
  • en: n catastrophe (1. sudden disaster; 2. [Drama])
  • ◊ catastrophic

catastrophicModificar

  • adj
  • catastrophic ????
  • pt: adj catastrófico/a
  • en: adj catastrophic

catastrophismoModificar

  • sub

catatoniaModificar

  • sub

catatonicModificar

  • adj

catatonicoModificar

  • sub

catchModificar

  • sub

catcherModificar

  • sub
  • catech- ????
  • en: v [occurring in derivatives]
  • ◊ catechese; catecheta-catechetic; catechumeno-catechumenato; catechisar-catechismo, catechista, catechistic

catechese (-esis)Modificar

  • sub
  • catechese ????
  • pt: n catequese
  • en: n catechesis

catechetaModificar

  • sub
  • catecheta ????
  • pt: n catequista
  • en: n catechist

catecheticModificar

  • adj
  • catechetic ????
  • en: adj catechetic, catechetical

catecheticaModificar

  • sub
  • catechetica ????
  • en: n catechetics

catechisarModificar

  • v
  • catechisar ????
  • pt: n [Ecles.] catequizar
  • en: n 1. [Eccl.] to catechize; 2. to indoctrinate

catechisationModificar

  • sub

catechisatorModificar

  • sub

catechismoModificar

  • sub
  • catechismo ????
  • pt: n catequismo
  • en: n catechism

catechistaModificar

  • sub
  • catechista ????
  • pt: n catequista
  • en: n catechist

catechisticModificar

  • adj
  • catechistic ????
  • pt: adj catequistico/a
  • en: adj catechistic

catecholaminaModificar

  • sub

catechumenatoModificar

  • sub
  • catechumenato ????
  • pt: n catecumenato, catecumenado
  • en: n catechumenate

catechumenoModificar

  • sub
  • catechumeno (-cú-) ????
  • pt: n [Ecles.] catecumeno
  • en: n [Eccl.] catechumen

categoremaModificar

  • sub

categorematicModificar

  • adj

categoriaModificar

  • sub
  • categoria (-ía) ????
  • pt: n categoria (1. [Filos.];
  • 2. grupo ou divisão num sistema de classificação)
  • en: n category (1. [Philos.]; 2. group or division in a system of classification)
  • ◊ categoric

categorialModificar

  • adj

categoricModificar

  • adj
  • categoric ????
  • pt: adj categórico/a (1. [Filos.] pertencente a uma categoria lógica; 2. asserção absoluta)
  • en: adj categorical, categoric (1. [Philos.] pertaining to a logical category; 2. asserting absolutely)
  • categoricamente ????
  • pt: adv categoricamente

categoricitateModificar

  • sub

categorisarModificar

  • v

categorisationModificar

  • sub

catenaModificar

  • sub
  • catena ????
  • pt: n cadeia, corrente
  • en: n chain
  • ◊ catenari; catenar; concatenar-concatenation; incatenar-incatenamento

catenarModificar

  • v
  • catenar ????
  • pt: v encadear
  • en: v to chain (* to measure with a surveyor’s chain)

catenariModificar

  • adj
  • catenari ????
  • pt: adj catenário/a
  • en: adj catenary

catenettaModificar

  • sub

catergolModificar

  • sub

catgutModificar

  • sub

cathareModificar

  • adj

catharicModificar

  • adj

CatharinaModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Catharina ????
  • pt: nprf Catarina
  • en: nprf Catherine

catharismoModificar

  • sub

catharoModificar

  • sub

catharsisModificar

  • sub

catharticModificar

  • adj

catharticoModificar

  • sub

cathedraModificar

  • sub
  • cathedra (cát-) ????
  • pt: n 1. cátedra; (1. cadeira magistral; 2. cadeira pontifícia)
  • en: n 1. chair (in a university); 2. pulpit, rostrum
  • ◊ cathedral

cathedralModificar

  • adj

cathedralModificar

  • sub
  • cathedral¹ ????
  • pt: adj catedral
  • en: adj cathedral
  • cathedral² ????
  • pt: n catedral
  • en: n cathedral

cathepsinaModificar

  • sub

catheterModificar

  • sub
  • catheter ????
  • pt: n cateter

catheterisarModificar

  • v

catheterisationModificar

  • sub

catheterismoModificar

  • sub

cathetoModificar

  • sub

cathetometriaModificar

  • sub

cathetometroModificar

  • sub

cathodicModificar

  • adj
  • cathodic ????
  • pt: adj catódico/a
  • en: adj cathodic; also: [Bot., Med.] kathodic

cathodoModificar

  • sub
  • cathodo (cát-) ????
  • pt: n [Elect.] cátodo
  • en: n [Elec.] cathode
  • ◊ cathodic

cathodophonoModificar

  • sub

catholicModificar

  • adj
  • catholic ????
  • pt: adj [Ecles.] católico/a
  • en: adj [Eccl.] Catholic
  • ◊ catholicismo; catholicisar; anticatholic; anglocatholic etc.

catholicisarModificar

  • v
  • catholicisar ????
  • pt: v catolicizar
  • en: v to catholicize

catholicismoModificar

  • sub
  • catholicismo ????
  • pt: n [Ecles.] catolicismo
  • en: n [Eccl.] Catholicism

catholicitateModificar

  • sub

catholicoModificar

  • sub
  • catholico ????
  • pt: n católico

catholisarModificar

  • v

cationModificar

  • sub
  • cation (cá-) ????
  • pt: n [Fis.] cation, cationte
  • en: n [Phys.] cation

cationicModificar

  • adj

catoptricModificar

  • adj
  • catoptric ????
  • pt: adj [Fis.] catoptrico/a
  • en: adj [Phys.] catoptric (* pertaining to a mirror or to reflected light)

catoptricaModificar

  • sub
  • catoptrica ????
  • pt: n catoptrica
  • en: n catoptrics (* the science of reflected light)
  • catoptro- ????
  • en: n [occurring in derivatives and compounds] catoptro- , catoptr- (* mirror)
  • ◊ catoptric; catoptrica; catoptromantia etc.

catoptromantiaModificar

  • sub
  • catoptromantia (-ía) ????
  • pt: n catoptromancia (adivinhação por meio de espelhos)
  • en: n catoptromancy (* divination by means of mirrors)

catranModificar

  • sub
  • catran ????
  • pt: n alcatrão
  • en: n tar
  • ◊ catraneria; catranose; catranar-catranator

catranarModificar

  • v
  • catranar ????
  • pt: v alcatroar
  • en: v to tar

catranateModificar

  • adj
  • catranate ????
  • pt: adj alcatroado/a, embreado/a

catranatorModificar

  • sub
  • catranator ????
  • pt: n alcatroador
  • en: n tar sprayer

catraneriaModificar

  • sub
  • catraneria (-ía) ????
  • pt: n alcatroamento
  • en: n tarworks

catranoseModificar

  • adj
  • catranose ????
  • pt: adj embreado/a
  • en: adj tarry

cattaModificar

  • sub
  • catta ????
  • pt: n gata
  • en: n she-cat

cattescModificar

  • adj

cattleyaModificar

  • sub

cattoModificar

  • sub
  • catto ????
  • pt: n gato
  • en: n cat (* domestic cat); also: tomcat
  • ◊ catta; catton

cattonModificar

  • sub
  • catton ????
  • en: n kitten

caucalisModificar

  • sub

CaucasiaModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Caucasia ????
  • pt: npr Caucasia
  • en: npr Caucasia

caucasianModificar

  • adj
  • caucasian ????
  • pt: adj caucásico/a (1. pertencente ao Cáucaso; 2. [Antropol.] raça branca)
  • en: adj Caucasian (1. pertaining to the Caucasus; 2. [Anthropol.] white)

caucasianoModificar

  • sub
  • caucasiano ????
  • pt: n caucásico/a (1. nativo do Cáucaso; 2. pessoa de raça branca)
  • en: n Caucasian (1. native of the Caucasus; 2. white person)

caucasicModificar

  • adj

CaucasoModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Caucaso (cáu-) ????
  • pt: npr Cáucaso
  • en: npr Caucasus
  • ◊ Caucasia; caucasian-caucasiano
  • cauchu (-ú) ????
  • pt: n cauchu
  • en: n caoutchouc, crude rubber

cauchu {tsj}Modificar

  • sub

caudaModificar

  • sub
  • cauda ????
  • pt: n 1. cauda; fim; 2. fila
  • en: n 1. tail; also: tail end; 2. queue (* line of people, carriages, etc.); 3. train (as in “train of a gown”);
  • piano de cauda grand piano;
  • facer cauda to stand in line, to queue up
  • ◊ caudal; caudate; caudatario

caudalModificar

  • adj
  • caudal ????
  • pt: adj caudal
  • en: adj caudal

cauda-rubieModificar

  • sub

caudatarioModificar

  • sub
  • caudatario ????
  • en: n trainbearer (* one who holds up the train of a robe or gown)

caudateModificar

  • adj
  • caudate ????
  • pt: adj caudado/a
  • en: adj caudate, caudated

caudatifolieModificar

  • adj

caudiculaModificar

  • sub

caudifereModificar

  • adj

caudifolieModificar

  • adj

caudiformeModificar

  • adj

caudipetaleModificar

  • adj

cauleModificar

  • sub
  • caule ????
  • pt: n couve
  • en: n cabbage;
  • caule de Brussel Brussels sprouts;
  • caule flor cauliflower
  • ◊ caule-rapa etc.

caulerapaModificar

  • sub
  • caule-rapa ????
  • en: n kohlrabi

caulescenteModificar

  • adj

cauliflorModificar

  • adj

caulifloriaModificar

  • sub

cauliformeModificar

  • adj

caulinarModificar

  • adj

cauriModificar

  • sub

causaModificar

  • sub
  • causa ????
  • pt: n causa;
  • a causa de por causa de
  • en: n 1. cause; 2. case (* lawsuit);
  • causa prime prime cause, first cause;
  • causa final final cause;
  • a causa de because of
  • ◊ causal-causalitate; causar-causation, causative, causator; concausa-concausal

causalModificar

  • adj
  • causal ????
  • pt: adj causal
  • en: adj causal

causalgiaModificar

  • sub

causalitateModificar

  • sub
  • causalitate ????
  • pt: n causalidade
  • en: n causality (* relation of cause and effect)

causarModificar

  • v
  • causar ????
  • pt: v causar
  • en: v to cause

causationModificar

  • sub
  • causation ????
  • pt: n causação
  • en: n causation

causativeModificar

  • adj
  • causative ????
  • pt: adj causativo/a
  • en: adj causative (* pertaining to causation)

causativoModificar

  • sub

causatorModificar

  • sub
  • causator ????
  • pt: n causador
  • en: n causer

causticModificar

  • adj
  • caustic ????
  • pt: adj caustico/a (1. corrosivo/a; 2. sarcástico/a; 3. [Mat.])
  • en: adj caustic (1. corrosive; 2. sarcastic; 3. [Math.])
  • ◊ causticitate; diacaustic; caustica

causticaModificar

  • sub
  • caustica ????
  • pt: n [Mat.] caustica
  • en: n [Math.] caustic

causticitateModificar

  • sub
  • causticitate ????
  • pt: n causticidade
  • en: n causticity

causticoModificar

  • sub
  • caut- ????
  • en: see cav-

cauteModificar

  • adj
  • caute ????
  • pt: adj cauto/a
  • en: adj cautious

cautelaModificar

  • sub
  • cautela ????
  • pt: n cautela, cuidado, prudência

cautelarModificar

  • v

cauterioModificar

  • sub
  • cauterio ????
  • pt: n cautério
  • en: n 1. cautery (* agent used in cauterizing); 2. [Med.] issue (produced by cauterizing)
  • ◊ cauterisar-cauterisation; thermocauterio etc.

cauterisarModificar

  • v
  • cauterisar ????
  • pt: v cauterizar
  • en: v to cauterize

cauterisationModificar

  • sub
  • cauterisation </b>
     ????
  • pt: n cauterização
  • en: n cauterization

cautionModificar

  • sub
  • caution ????
  • pt: n caução, garantia
  • en: n bail, security

cautionalModificar

  • adj

cautionarModificar

  • v

cautionarioModificar

  • sub
  • cav- [cav-/caut- ????
  • en: v [occurring in derivatives]
  • ◊ caution-precaution; caute-incaute

cavaModificar

  • sub
  • cava ????
  • pt: n cave, caverna
  • en: n cave, cavern

cavalcabileModificar

  • adj

cavalcadaModificar

  • sub
  • cavalcada ????
  • pt: n cavalgada (acto de cavalgar)
  • en: n 1. ride (* act of riding horseback); 2. cavalcade

cavalcarModificar

  • v
  • cavalcar ????
  • pt: v cavalgar
  • en: v to ride (on horseback)
  • ◊ cavalcada

cavalcatorModificar

  • sub

cavallaModificar

  • sub
  • cavalla ????
  • pt: n égua
  • en: n mare

cavallerescModificar

  • adj
  • cavalleresc ????
  • pt: adj cavalheiresco/a

cavalleriaModificar

  • sub
  • cavalleria (-ía) ????
  • pt: n 1. cavalaria; 2. cavalheirismo
  • en: n I. chivalry (1. system of knighthood; 2. chivalrousness); II. cavalry

cavalleroModificar

  • sub
  • cavallero ????
  • pt: n 1. cavaleiro; 2. cavalheiro;
  • cavallero errante cavaleiro errante
  • en: n I. cavalier (1. gallant; 2. [Hist.]; 3. [Fortif.]); II. knight; III. horseman; also: cavalryman;
  • cavallero de industria sharper;
  • cavallero errante knight errant

cavalleroseModificar

  • adj
  • cavallerose ????
  • pt: adj cavalheiroso/a, cavalheiresco/a
  • en: adj chivalrous

cavallettoModificar

  • sub
  • cavalletto ????
  • pt: n cavalete
  • en: n 1. wooden horse (* wooden frame in the shape of a horse used as an instrument of torture); 2. wooden frame on which various types of work are performed, as: (work)bench, trestle, easel, etc.

cavallinModificar

  • sub

cavalloModificar

  • sub
  • cavallo ????
  • pt: n cavalo;
  • cavallo, a a cavalo
  • en: n horse;
  • a cavallo on horseback;
  • ir a cavallo to ride (horseback)
  • ◊ cavallero-cavallerose; cavalleria; cavalletto; cavallo-vapor etc.; cavalla

cavallo-vaporModificar

  • sub
  • cavallo-vapor ????
  • pt: n cavalo-vapor
  • en: n horsepower

cavarModificar

  • v
  • cavar ????
  • pt: v cavar
  • en: v to hollow out, cave

cavatinaModificar

  • sub

cavatorModificar

  • sub

caveModificar

  • adj
  • cave ????
  • pt: adj cavo, oco
  • en: adj hollow
  • ◊ cavitate; cavar-excavar-excavation, excavator; caverna; concave-concavitate; cavo; cava

cavernaModificar

  • sub
  • caverna ????
  • pt: n caverna
  • en: n cavern, cave
  • ◊ cavernose

cavernicolaModificar

  • sub

cavernicoleModificar

  • adj

cavernoseModificar

  • adj
  • cavernose ????
  • pt: adj cavernoso/a
  • en: adj cavernous (1. abounding in caverns; 2. like a cavern);
  • voce cavernose hollow voice

cavernositateModificar

  • sub

caviaModificar

  • sub
  • cavia ????
  • pt: n jaula
  • en: n cage (* enclosure used for confining animals)

caviarModificar

  • sub
  • caviar ????
  • pt: n caviar
  • en: n caviar

cavicorneModificar

  • adj

cavicornoModificar

  • sub

caviliaModificar

  • sub
  • cavilia ????
  • pt: n 1. mola para estender roupa; 2. pinça; 3. cavilha, tornozelo
  • en: n 1. peg (* pin or bolt of wood, metal, etc., for fastening parts together, hanging objects upon, etc.); 2. ankle bone; also: ankle
    Hence; incaviliar

cavillarModificar

  • v
  • cavillar ????
  • pt: v cavilar

cavillationModificar

  • sub

cavillatorModificar

  • sub
  • cavillo ????
  • pt: n cavilação, sofisma

cavilloseModificar

  • adj
  • cavillosemente ????
  • pt: adv cavilosamente

cavillositateModificar

  • sub

cavitateModificar

  • sub
  • cavitate ????
  • pt: n cavidade
  • en: n cavity

cavitationModificar

  • sub

cavoModificar

  • sub
  • cavo ????
  • pt: n cavidade
  • en: n hollow, cavity, hole

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