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cualiarModificar

  • v
  • cualiar ????
  • pt: v coalhar
  • en: v to curdle

cualiaturaModificar

  • sub

cualioModificar

  • sub
  • cualio ????
  • pt: n coalho
  • en: n rennet
  • ◊ cualiar

cub scoutModificar

  • sub

CubaModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Cuba ????
  • pt: npr Cuba
  • en: npr Cuba
  • ◊ cuban-cubano

cubabileModificar

  • adj

cubageModificar

  • sub

cubanModificar

  • adj
  • cuban ????
  • pt: adj cubano/a
  • en: adj Cuban

cubanoModificar

  • sub
  • cubano ????
  • pt: n cubano
  • en: n Cuban

cubar (I)Modificar

  • v

cubar (II)Modificar

  • v
  • cubar¹ ????
  • pt: v cubar
  • en: v to cube (1. to make a cube or cubes of; 2. to measure the cubic content of; 3. [Alg.])
  • cubar² ????
  • pt: v jazer, deitar-se
  • en: v to lie (* to be lying somewhere)
  • ◊ cubiculo; concubino; incubar; succubar

cubaturaModificar

  • sub
  • cubatura ????
  • pt: n cubatura
  • en: n cubature

cubebeModificar

  • sub

cubettoModificar

  • sub

cubicModificar

  • adj
  • cubic ????
  • pt: adj cúbico/a
  • en: adj cubic (1. having the form of a cube; 2. [Alg.]);
  • radice cubic cube root;
  • metro cubic cubic meter

cubicitateModificar

  • sub

cubiculoModificar

  • sub
  • cubiculo ????
  • pt: n cubículo
  • en: n small bedroom, cubicle

cubiformeModificar

  • adj

cubilModificar

  • sub

cubismoModificar

  • sub
  • cubismo ????
  • pt: n cubismo
  • en: n cubism

cubistaModificar

  • adj

cubistaModificar

  • sub
  • cubista ????
  • pt: n cubista
  • en: n cubist

cubisticModificar

  • adj

cubitalModificar

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

cubitieraModificar

  • sub

cubitoModificar

  • sub
  • cubito (cú-) ????
  • pt: n cúbito (1. [Anat.] cúbito; 2. [Zool.]; 3. "a medida cúbito")
  • en: n I. elbow; II. cubit (1. [Anat.] ulna; 2. [Entom.]; 3. “the measure cubit”)
  • ◊ cubital; cubitodigital etc.
  • cubitodigital </b>  ????
  • <b>en: adj cubitodigital

cuboModificar

  • sub
  • cubo ????
  • pt: n cubo (1. [Geom.]; 2. [Alg.])
  • en: n cube (1. [Geom.]; 2. [Alg.])
  • ◊ cubatura; cubismo; cubista; cubic; cubar

cuboideModificar

  • adj

cucuModificar

  • sub
  • cucu ????
  • pt: n [Zool.] cuco
  • en: n 1. [Ornith.] cuckoo; 2. cuckold

cucubaloModificar

  • sub

cucumariaModificar

  • sub

cucumbreModificar

  • sub
  • cucumbre ????
  • pt: n pepino
  • en: n cucumber

cucumereModificar

  • sub
  • cucumere ????
  • pt: n pepino
  • en: n cucumber

cucumisModificar

  • sub

cucurbitaModificar

  • sub
  • cucurbita (-cúr-) ????
  • pt: n abóbora
  • en: n cucurbit (1. [Bot.] gourd; also: pumpkin; 2. distilling flask)
  • ◊ cucurbitacee-cucurbitaceas

cucurbitaceasModificar

  • sub pl
  • cucurbitaceas ????
  • pt: n pl cucurbitaceas
  • en: npl Cucurbitaceae

cucurbitaceeModificar

  • adj
  • cucurbitacee ????
  • pt: adj cucurbitáceo/a
  • en: adj cucurbitaceous

cuduModificar

  • sub

cuestaModificar

  • sub

cuficModificar

  • adj

cuguarModificar

  • sub

cuirassamentoModificar

  • sub
  • cuirassamento ????
  • pt: n (acto de) couraçar
  • en: n (act of) cuirassing

cuirassarModificar

  • v
  • cuirassar ????
  • pt: v couraçar
  • en: v to cuirass

cuirassateModificar

  • adj
  • cuirassate ????
  • pt: adj couraçado/a
  • en: 1. pp of cuirassar  ; 2. adj armored, armor-plated, panzer

cuirassatoModificar

  • sub
  • cuirassato ????
  • pt: n couraçado, blindado
  • en: n battleship

cuirasseModificar

  • sub
  • cuirasse ????
  • pt: n couraça
  • en: n 1. cuirass; 2. armor (of a warship, etc.)
  • ◊ cuirassero; cuirassar-cuirassamento, cuirassate-cuirassato

cuirasseroModificar

  • sub
  • cuirassero ????
  • pt: n couraceiro
  • en: n cuirassier

cujeModificar

  • cuje ????
  • pt: pron cujo/a
  • en: pron whose

culiceModificar

  • sub
  • culice (cú-) ????
  • pt: n [Zool.] mosquito, melga
  • en: n 1. gnat; mosquito; 2. [Entom.] Culex
  • ◊ culiciforme etc.

culiciformeModificar

  • adj
  • culiciforme </b>  ????
  • <b>en: adj gnatlike, gnat-shaped, mosquito-like, etc.

culinaModificar

  • sub
  • culina ????
  • pt: n cozinha
  • en: n kitchen
  • ◊ culinari

culinariModificar

  • adj
  • culinari ????
  • pt: adj culinário/a
  • en: adj culinary

culminarModificar

  • v
  • culminar ????
  • pt: v culminar
  • en: v to culminate;
  • puncto culminante culminating point

culminationModificar

  • sub
  • culmination ????
  • pt: n culminação
  • en: n culmination; also: [Astron.]

culmineModificar

  • sub
  • culmine ????
  • pt: n clímax, cume
  • en: n climax (* culminating point)
  • ◊ culminar-culmination

culoModificar

  • sub
  • culo ????
  • pt: n cu
  • en: n posterior, buttock;
  • culo de bottilia bottom or punt of bottle
  • ◊ accular; recular

culpaModificar

  • sub
  • culpa ????
  • pt: n culpa
  • en: n guilt
  • ◊ culpar-culpabile-culpabilitate; disculpar; inculpar-inculpabile, inculpation

culpabileModificar

  • adj

culpabileModificar

  • sub
  • culpabile ????
  • pt: adj culpável, réu, ré
  • en: adj guilty
  • culpabilemente ????
  • pt: adv culpavelmente

culpabilitateModificar

  • sub
  • culpabilitate ????
  • pt: n culpabilidade
  • en: n culpability, guilt

culparModificar

  • v
  • culpar ????
  • pt: v culpar
  • en: v to blame, censure
  • cult- </b>  ????
  • <b>en: see coler  ; cultro

culteModificar

  • adj
  • culte ????
  • pt: adj culto/a
  • en: adj 1. cultivated, tilled;
  • 2. cultured, erudite; 3. ornate, elegant

cultellassoModificar

  • sub
  • cultellasso ????
  • pt: n (pequena espada curva)
  • en: n cutlass (* short, curving sword)

cultellataModificar

  • sub

cultelleriaModificar

  • sub
  • cultelleria (-ía) ????
  • pt: n cutelaria
  • en: n cutlery (* business of a cutler)

cultelleroModificar

  • sub
  • cultellero ????
  • pt: n cuteleiro
  • en: n cutler

cultelloModificar

  • sub
  • cultello ????
  • pt: n faca, cutelo
  • en: n knife
  • ◊ cultellasso; cultellero; cultelleria

cultismoModificar

  • sub
  • cultismo ????
  • pt: n cultismo
  • en: n cultism, Gongorism

cultivabileModificar

  • adj
  • cultivabile ????
  • pt: adj cultivável
  • en: adj cultivable

cultivabilitateModificar

  • sub

cultivarModificar

  • v
  • cultivar ????
  • pt: v cultivar
  • en: v to cultivate (1. to till; 2. to raise or foster the growth of);
  • cultivar le amicitate de un persona to cultivate somebody’s friendship;
  • cultivar un persona to cultivate a person
  • ◊ cultivabile; cultivation; cultivator

cultivateModificar

  • adj

cultivationModificar

  • sub
  • cultivation ????
  • pt: n cultivação
  • en: n cultivation (* tilling of land)

cultivatorModificar

  • sub
  • cultivator ????
  • pt: n cultivador
  • en: n cultivator (* tiller of the soil)

cultoModificar

  • sub
  • culto ????
  • pt: n culto
  • en: n 1. worship; 2. cult

cultorModificar

  • sub
  • cultor ????
  • pt: n cultivador, cultor
  • en: n cultivator

cultriformeModificar

  • sub

cultroModificar

  • sub
  • cultro ????
  • pt: n faca
  • en: n 1. plow colter; 2. knife (* butcher knife, hunting knife, etc.)
  • ◊ cultello

cultualModificar

  • adj

culturaModificar

  • sub
  • cultura ????
  • pt: n cultura (1. cultivação;
  • 2. [Bacteriol.]; 3. nível de cultura)
  • en: n culture (1. cultivation, act of cultivating; 2. [Bacteriol.]; 3. state or level of culture)
  • ◊ cultural; agricultura etc.; motocultura etc.

culturalModificar

  • adj
  • cultural ????
  • pt: adj cultural
  • en: adj cultural
  • culturalmente ????
  • pt: adv culturalmente

culturismoModificar

  • sub

culturistaModificar

  • sub

cum grano salisModificar

  • cum grano salis [L ????
  • pt: cum grano salis [L]
  • en: cum grano salis , with a grain of salt
  • cum ????
  • pt: prep com (1. junto com; 2. por meio de; 3. caracterizado por)
  • en: prep with (1. together with;
  • 2. by means of; 3. having, carrying, characterized by)
    (* con )

cumarinaModificar

  • sub
  • -cumber </b>  ????
  • <b>en: v [occurring in compounds]
  • ◊ incumber-incumbente-incumbentia; succumber

cuminoModificar

  • sub
  • cumino ????
  • pt: n cominho
  • en: n 1. cumin; 2. caraway;
  • liquor de cumino kümmel

cumulabileModificar

  • adj

cumularModificar

  • v
  • cumular ????
  • pt: v cumular, acumular
  • en: v 1. to heap or pile up, cumulate; 2. to fill (up, to overflowing, etc.);
  • cumular (un persona) de (honores, etc.) to heap (honors, etc.) on (someone)

cumulationModificar

  • sub
  • cumulation ????
  • pt: n acumulação, acumulação
  • en: n heaping up, cumulation

cumulativeModificar

  • adj
  • cumulative ????
  • pt: adj acumulativo/a, cumulativo/a
  • en: adj cumulative
  • cumulativemente ????
  • pt: adv cumulativamente, acumulativamente

cumuloModificar

  • sub
  • cumulo (cú-) ????
  • pt: n cumulo
  • en: n 1. heap, pile; 2. [Meteorol.] cumulus
  • ◊ cumular-cumulation, cumulative; accumular

cumulocirroModificar

  • sub

cumulonimboModificar

  • sub

cumulostratoModificar

  • sub

cunaModificar

  • sub
  • cuna </b>  ????
  • <b>en: n cradle (* rocking or swinging bed);
  • canto de cuna cradlesong
  • ◊ cunar; incunar-incunabulo

cunarModificar

  • v
  • cunar </b>  ????
  • <b>en: v to rock (in a cradle)

cuneageModificar

  • sub
  • cuneage (-aje) ????
  • pt: n cunhagem
  • en: n 1. (act of) wedging in; 2. coinage (* coining, minting)

cunealModificar

  • adj
  • cuneal ????
  • pt: adj cunhal
  • en: adj cuneal

cunearModificar

  • v
  • cunear ????
  • pt: v cunhar
  • en: v 1. to wedge in, drive in; 2. to coin, mint

cuneateModificar

  • adj
  • cuneate ????
  • pt: adj cunhado/a (de cunhar moeda)
  • en: 1. pp of cunear  ;
  • 2. adj cuneate

cuneatorModificar

  • sub
  • cuneator ????
  • pt: n cunhador
  • en: n 1. one who inserts wedges, wedger; 2. coiner

cuneifolieModificar

  • adj

cuneiformeModificar

  • adj
  • cuneiforme ????
  • pt: adj cuneiforme
  • en: adj cuneiform

cuneoModificar

  • sub
  • cuneo ????
  • pt: n 1. cunho; 2. cunha
  • en: n 1. wedge (* wedge-shaped object or tool); 2. (stamping) die
  • ◊ cuneal; cunear-cuneage, cuneator, cuneate; cuneiforme etc.

cuni(culi)cultorModificar

  • sub

cuni(culi)culturaModificar

  • sub
  • cunicole ????
  • pt: adj cunículo/a
  • cunicular ????
  • pt: adj (relativo aos conículos)
  • cuniculiera ????
  • pt: n coelheira
  • cuniculo ????
  • pt: n (1. túnel subterrâneo;
  • 2. túnel subcutâneo causado pela sarna)
  • cunicultor ????
  • pt: n cunicultor
  • cunicultura ????
  • pt: n cunicultura
  • cunilio ????
  • pt: n [Zool.] coelho
  • en: see conilio

cunnilingusModificar

  • sub

cunnoModificar

  • sub
  • -cunque </b>  ????
  • <b>en: [occurring in compounds] -ever
  • ◊ quicunque etc.; comocunque etc.
  • cup- </b>  ????
  • <b>en: v [occurring in derivatives and compounds]
  • ◊ cupide; concupiscer

cupaModificar

  • sub
  • cupa ????
  • pt: n banheira
  • en: n vat (* large vessel, tub)
  • ◊ cupula; cupero; semicupio etc.

cuperoModificar

  • sub
  • cupero ????
  • pt: n cobre
  • en: n cooper

cupettaModificar

  • sub

cupheaModificar

  • sub

cupideModificar

  • adj
  • cupide ????
  • pt: adj cupido/a; avido/a
  • en: adj covetous
  • ◊ cupiditate

cupiditateModificar

  • sub
  • cupiditate ????
  • pt: n avidez, cobiça
  • en: n cupidity, covetousness

CupidoModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Cupido (-ído) ????
  • pt: n Cupido
  • en: n Cupid;
  • cupido cupid

cupolaModificar

  • sub
  • cupola (cú-) ????
  • pt: n cúpola, abobada
  • en: n cupola, dome

cuppaModificar

  • sub
  • cuppa ????
  • pt: n taça 1. cálice para beber; 2. taça (Davis, Gordon Bennett, etc.)
  • en: n cup, goblet;
  • cuppa (Davis, Gordon Bennett, etc.) (Davis, Gordon Bennett, etc.) cup
  • ◊ cuppella; subcuppa

cuppellaModificar

  • sub
  • cuppella ????
  • pt: n pequeno cálice
  • en: n 1. small cup; 2. cupel
  • ◊ cuppellar-cuppellation

cuppellarModificar

  • v
  • cuppellar </b>  ????
  • <b>en: v to cupel

cuppellationModificar

  • sub
  • cuppellation </b>  ????
  • <b>en: n cupellation

cuprageModificar

  • sub

cuprarModificar

  • v

cupricModificar

  • adj
  • cupric ????
  • pt: adj [Quim.] cúprico/a
  • en: adj [(Chem.] cupric </p>

cuprifereModificar

  • adj
  • cuprifere ????
  • pt: adj cuprifero/a
  • en: adj copper-bearing, cupriferous

cuprismoModificar

  • sub

cupriteModificar

  • sub
  • cuprite ????
  • pt: n [Mineral.] cuprita
  • en: n [Mineral.] cuprite

cuproModificar

  • sub
  • cupro ????
  • pt: n [Quim.] cobre (Cu)
  • en: n 1. [Metal.] copper; 2. brass-wind instrument;
  • cupros [Mus.] brass, brass winds
  • ◊ cuprite; cupric; cuprifere; cuprose

cuproseModificar

  • adj
  • cuprose </b>  ????
  • <b>en: adj cuprous, copper

cupulaModificar

  • sub
  • cupula ????
  • pt: n [Bot.] cúpula
  • en: n [Bot.] cupule
  • ◊ cupulifere-cupuliferas

cupuliferasModificar

  • sub pl
  • cupuliferas (-í-) </b>  ????
  • <b>en: npl [Bot.] Cupuliferae

cupulifereModificar

  • adj
  • cupulifere </b>  ????
  • <b>en: adj cupuliferous

cupuliflorModificar

  • adj

cupuliformeModificar

  • adj

cupulometriaModificar

  • sub

curaModificar

  • sub
  • cura ????
  • pt: n cura 1. [Med.] tratamento; 2. cura da alma; 3. [Catól.] função, residência, etc. dum sacerdote
  • en: n 1. [Med.] treatment; 2. cure of souls; 3. [R.C.Ch.] function, residence, etc. of a priest
  • ◊ incuria; curar-curetta, curabile-curabilitate, incurabile-incurabilitate, curatela, curation, curative, curator, curato, procurar, pedicuro etc.; sinecura etc.

cura-auresModificar

  • sub

curabileModificar

  • adj
  • curabile ????
  • pt: adj curável
  • en: adj curable

curabilitateModificar

  • sub
  • curabilitate ????
  • pt: n curabilidade
  • en: n curability

curaçaoModificar

  • sub

curadentesModificar

  • sub

curanteModificar

  • adj

curarModificar

  • v
  • curar ????
  • pt: v curar
  • en: v 1. [Med.] to treat; specif.: to dress (a wound); 2. [Med.] to cure; 3. to nurse (a sick person)

curareModificar

  • sub

curarinaModificar

  • sub

curarisarModificar

  • v

curarisationModificar

  • sub

curarismoModificar

  • sub

curatelaModificar

  • sub
  • curatela </b>  ????
  • <b>en: n 1. [Law] guardianship;
  • 2. [Law] trusteeship (* function of the administrator of a trust fund)

curationModificar

  • sub
  • curation ????
  • pt: n cura
  • en: n cure, healing

curativeModificar

  • adj
  • curative ????
  • pt: adj curativo/a
  • en: adj curative, healing

curativoModificar

  • sub

curatoModificar

  • sub
  • curato ????
  • pt: n curato
  • en: n curate, curé

curatorModificar

  • sub
  • curator ????
  • pt: n 1. [Lei] curador (de bens alheios); 3. curador (de um museu, etc.)
  • en: n 1. [Law] guardian (of a minor); 2. [Law] trustee (* administrator of a trust fund); 3. curator (of a museum, etc.)

curcumaModificar

  • sub
  • curcuma ????
  • pt: n curcuma

curettaModificar

  • sub
  • curetta ????
  • pt: n [Med.] curêta
  • en: n [Surg.] curette
  • ◊ curettar-curettage

curettageModificar

  • sub
  • curettage (-aje) ????
  • pt: n curetagem
  • en: n curettage

curettarModificar

  • v
  • curettar ????
  • pt: v curetar
  • en: v [Surg.] to curette

curiaModificar

  • sub
  • Curia Regis [L ????
  • pt: Curia Regis [L]
  • curia ????
  • pt: n 1. divisão das tribos romanas; 2. senado que administrava um município; 3. lugar de reunião do senado romano; 4. a corte do papa; 5. tribunal eclesiástico das dioceses; 6. conjunto das repartições administrativas do Vaticano.

curialModificar

  • adj

curieModificar

  • sub
  • curie ????
  • pt: n curie (Ci), unidade utilizada para exprimir a quantidade de radioactividade associada a um produto.
  • Curie, Marie ????
  • pt: npr Marie Curie 1867--1934, física e química, nascida em Polónia, com o marido Pierre Curie, descobriu a radioactividade do tório, e descobriu e isolou o radio e o polónio.
  • Curie, Pierre ????
  • pt: npr Pierre Curie 1859--1906, físico e químico francês que deu o nome ao curie (Ci).

curietherapiaModificar

  • sub

curioseModificar

  • adj
  • curiose ????
  • pt: adj curioso/a (desejoso/a de saber)
  • en: adj curious (1. desirous of seeing or knowing; 2. deserving or exciting curiosity)
  • ◊ curiositate; incuriose
  • curiosemente ????
  • pt: adv curiosamente

curiositateModificar

  • sub
  • curiositate ????
  • pt: n curiosidade
  • en: n curiosity (1. desire to see or know; 2. curious object)

curiumModificar

  • sub
  • curium ????
  • pt: n [Quim.] cúrio (Cm)

curlingModificar

  • sub

curloModificar

  • sub

currenteModificar

  • adj

currenteModificar

  • sub
  • currente¹ ????
  • pt: adj I. fluente, corrente; II. corrente (1. geralmente usado ou aceitado; 2. presente)
  • en: adj I. running, flowing; II. current (1. generally used or accepted; 2.present);
  • le cinque del currente the fifth inst.;
  • conto currente current account
  • currente² ????
  • pt: n corrente, fluxo, ribeiro;
  • currente de aere corrente de ar;
  • currente electric corrente eléctrica
  • en: n current;
  • currente de aere draft, current of air;
  • currente electric electric current;
  • currente continue direct current;
  • currente alternative alternating current;
  • al currente well acquainted, well informed;
  • esser al currente (de) to be well informed (about);
  • tener al currente (de) to keep well informed (about)
  • currentemente ????
  • pt: adv correntemente

currerModificar

  • v
  • currer [curr-/curs- ????
  • pt: v correr
  • en: v to run (* to move swiftly);
  • currer (le mundo, etc.) to roam about (the world, etc.);
  • currer periculo (de) to run the risk (of)
  • ◊ currero; curriculo; currente; cursive-cursiva; cursor; curso-cursero; cursa; accurrer; concurrer; decurr-; discurrer; excurr-; incurrer; intercurr-; occurrer; percurrer; precurr-; recurrer; succurrer

curreroModificar

  • sub
  • currero ????
  • pt: n 1. correio (mensageiro);
  • 2. correio (correspondência, cartas, postais, etc.); 3. estação postal
  • en: n 1. courier (* messenger); 2. mail (letters, papers, etc., sent by post); 3. mailman, postman

curriculoModificar

  • sub
  • curriculo ????
  • pt: n currículo
  • en: n curriculum

curriculum vitaeModificar

  • curriculum vitae [L ????
  • pt: curriculum vitae [L]
  • en: curriculum vitae

curritorModificar

  • sub

curryModificar

  • sub
  • curry [A ????
  • pt: n curry [A]
  • curs- </b>  ????
  • <b>en: see currer

cursaModificar

  • sub
  • cursa ????
  • pt: n corrida
  • en: n 1. run, (action of) running; 2. race, (action of) racing; 3. (taxi, etc.) trip

curseroModificar

  • sub
  • cursero </b>  ????
  • <b>en: n 1. courser; 2. war horse

cursivaModificar

  • sub
  • cursiva ????
  • pt: n cursivo
  • en: n cursive

cursiveModificar

  • adj
  • cursive ????
  • pt: adj cursivo/a (letra cursiva)
  • en: adj cursive (as in “cursive script”)

cursoModificar

  • sub
  • curso ????
  • pt: n I. curso, corrida (acção de correr); II. curso (1. caminho, tendência; 2. "curso de leituras, estudos, etc."); III. pirataria
  • en: n I. run, running (* action of running); II. course (1. trend, path; 2. "course of lectures, studies, etc."); III. piracy;
  • curso de aqua watercourse, stream;
  • sequer un curso de [School] to take a course in;
  • in le curso de In the course of;
  • haber curso to be in circulation, in current use, etc.;
  • viage de longe curso sea voyage

cursorModificar

  • sub
  • cursor ????
  • pt: n corredor (aquele que corre)
  • en: n runner (* one who runs)

curtarModificar

  • v
  • curtar ????
  • pt: v encurtar
  • en: v to shorten, make shorter

curteModificar

  • adj
  • curte ????
  • pt: adj curto/a
  • en: adj short (* not long);
  • memoria curte short memory;
  • haber le vista curte to be near-sighted or short-sighted;
  • esser curte de (moneta) to be short of (money);
  • curte circuito short circuit;
  • unda curte [Radio] short wave;
  • secar curte to cut short
  • ◊ curtitate; curtar; accurtar

curte-circuitarModificar

  • v

curtitateModificar

  • sub
  • curtitate ????
  • pt: n curteza
  • en: n shortness

curuleModificar

  • adj

curvaModificar

  • sub
  • curva ????
  • pt: n curva
  • en: n curve (* curved line)

curvabileModificar

  • adj

curvamentoModificar

  • sub

curvarModificar

  • v
  • curvar ????
  • pt: v curvar
  • en: v to curve (* to cause to curve)

curvateModificar

  • adj

curvaturaModificar

  • sub
  • curvatura ????
  • pt: n curvatura
  • en: n curve, curvature

curveModificar

  • adj
  • curve ????
  • pt: adj curvado/a
  • en: adj curved
  • ◊ curvar-curvatura, incurvar, recurrar; curvilinee etc.; curva-curvetta

curvettaModificar

  • sub
  • curvetta ????
  • pt: n curveta
  • en: n curvet
  • ◊ curvettar

curvettarModificar

  • v
  • curvettar ????
  • pt: v curvetear
  • en: v to curvet (* to execute a curvet)

curvicauleModificar

  • adj

curviflorModificar

  • adj

curvifoliateModificar

  • adj

curviformeModificar

  • adj

curvilineeModificar

  • adj
  • curvilinee ????
  • pt: adj curvilíneo/a
  • en: adj curvilinear

curvimetroModificar

  • sub

curvinervateModificar

  • adj

curvinerveModificar

  • adj

curvirostreModificar

  • adj

curvisepaleModificar

  • adj
  • -cusar </b>  ????
  • <b>en: v [occurring in derivatives]
  • ◊ accusar; excusar; recusar

cuscutaModificar

  • sub

cuspidalModificar

  • adj
  • cuspidal ????
  • pt: adj cuspidal
  • en: adj cuspidal, cuspal

cuspidateModificar

  • adj
  • cuspidate ????
  • pt: adj cuspedato/a
  • en: adj cusped, cuspated, cuspidate

cuspideModificar

  • sub
  • cuspide (cús-) ????
  • pt: n cúspide
  • en: n cusp; also: [Arch.; Math.; Bot.]
  • ◊ cuspidal; cuspidate; cuspidiforme etc.; multicuspide etc.; bicuspide etc.

cuspidiformeModificar

  • adj
  • cuspidiforme ????
  • pt: adj cuspidiforme
  • en: adj cusp-shaped

cuspidipetaleModificar

  • adj

custardModificar

  • sub

custodeModificar

  • sub
  • custode ????
  • pt: n custóde
  • en: n guardian, custodian
  • ◊ custodia-custodial, custodiar

custodiaModificar

  • sub
  • custodia ????
  • pt: n custodia
  • en: n 1. custody (* safekeeping, care); 2. [Eccl.] custodial

custodialModificar

  • adj
  • custodial </b>  ????
  • <b>en: adj custodial

custodiarModificar

  • v
  • custodiar ????
  • pt: v custodiar
  • en: v to keep in one’s custody, safeguard, care for

cutaneeModificar

  • adj
  • cutanee ????
  • pt: adj cutâneo/a
  • en: adj cutaneous;
  • maladia cutanee skin disease
  • ◊ intercutanee; subcutanee
  • -cutar </b>  ????
  • <b>en: see executar

cuteModificar

  • sub
  • cute ????
  • pt: n cute, pele
  • en: n skin (* true skin); also: cutis, derma
  • ◊ cutanee; cuticula
  • -cuter [-cut-/-cuss-] </b>  ????
  • <b>en: v [occurring in compounds]
  • ◊ concuter; discuter; percuter; succuter

cuticulaModificar

  • sub
  • cuticula ????
  • pt: n cutícula
  • en: n cuticle (1. scarfskin, epidermis; 2. “cuticle surrounding finger and toenails”)
  • ◊ cuticular

cuticularModificar

  • adj
  • cuticular ????
  • pt: adj cuticular
  • en: adj cuticular

cutinaModificar

  • sub
  • -cution </b>  ????
  • <b>en: see execution

cutireactionModificar

  • sub

cutterModificar

  • sub
  • cutter [A ????
  • pt: n cutter [A]
  • en: n cutter (* small sailboat with one mast)

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