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b (letter ~) n b, littera, be

  • (the note) [Mus] n si

baa n balato

  • v balar

babble (chatter, prattle) vi balbutiar, garrular

  • (of stream) v murmurar
  • n balbutiamento

babbling adj balbutiante, garrulante

babe n bebe, baby, infante

Babel n Babel

baboon n babuino

baby ¬A (infant, newborn) n baby, bebe, infante, neonato

baby-bottle ¬F n biberon

babyhood n infantia

Babylon [Geog] n Babel, Babylon, Babylonia

Babylonia n Babylonia

Babylonian adj babylonian

baby-sit v guardar le infante

baby-sitter n baby-sitter

baccalaureate n baccalaureato

bacchanal (1. Bacchic; 2. bacchanalian) adj bacchanal

  • (orgy) n bacchanal

bacchante n bacchante

bacchic (riotous) adj bacchic

  • adj bacchic

Bacchus [Gr. Mythol] n Baccho

bachelor (unmarried man) n celibatario

  • [Acad] n baccalaureo

bacillary adj bacillari

bacillus n bacillo

back (1. back of a person or animal; 2. as in the back of the hand; 3. back of a chair or couch) n dorso

  • (1. backwards; 2. ago; 3. as in to give back) adv retro
  • (be ~) v esser de retorno
  • (bet on) v deponer un summa super
  • (endorse) (a bill of exchange) [Commer] v avalisar
  • (move or draw back) v guidar a retro, recular, regreder, ir a retro
  • (notum) [Zool] n noto
  • (rear) n fundo
  • (support) v appoiar, sustener
  • adj posterior
  • ~ swimmer (Notonecta) [Zool] n notonecta
  • ~ up (a horse, cart, etc. against a wall, etc.) v accular

back-ache n dolor de lumbos

back-bone n columna vertebral, spina, spina dorsal

back-breaking adj multo fatigante

back-date v retrodatar

back-door n porta posterior

backer (endorser) (of a bill of exchange) [Commer] n avalista

  • (promoter) n promotor, adjutator

back-fire n accendimento prematur, retorno de flamma

  • ~ -fire v accender prematurmente, dar retornos de flamma

background n fundo

  • ~ -ground n fundo

back-hand n de reverso

backing (endorsement) (of a bill of exchange) [Commer] n aval

back-lash n reaction disfavorabile

back-log n arretrato

back-out (beg off) v retirar se

back-pay n soldo arretrate

back-street n vico secundari

back-to-front adv reverse

back-up [Comp] n retrocopia

  • ~ -up [Comp] v retrocopiar
  • ~ -up n acculate
  • ~ -up v accular

backup-disk n retrocopia in disc

backward (late) adj tardive

  • (late) adv in retardo
  • (shy) adj timide

backwards adv a retro, retro

  • ~ and forwards phr a retro e (in) avante

back-water n ramo stagnante

bacon n lardo

bacteria n bacterios

bacterial adj bacterial

bacteriological adj bacteriologic

bacteriologist n bacteriologo

bacteriology n bacteriologia

bacteriotherapy n bacteriotherapia

bacterium n bacterio

bad (evil) adj mal

  • (from - to worse) phr de mal in pejo
  • adv mal
  • ~ fortune (misfortune) n infelicitate
  • ~ spelling (cacography) n cacographia

badge n insignia, placa

badger hole n taxoniera

  • n taxon
  • v importunar, molestar

badly adv mal, malmente

badness (of poor quality) adj de mal qualitate

  • (wickedness) n malitia, perversitate

bad-tempered adj de mal humor

baffle v confunder, disconcertar

baffling adj disconcertante

bag (sack) (put in a bag or sack) v insaccar

  • (sack) n sacco
  • n tasca

bagatelle ¬F (trifle) n bagatella

bagful (sackful) n saccata

baggage (luggage) n bagage ¬bagaje

baggy adj sacchesc, troppo ample

bagpipe(s) n cornamusa

bagpipes n cornamusa

Bahamas Islands [Geog] npl le Insulas Bahamas

  • n Bahamas

bail (a boat) v vacuar le aqua

  • (security) n caution
  • [Jur] v prestar caution pro

bait (1. to furnish with bait; 2. to lure, entice) v escar

  • (torment) v tormentar
  • n esca

bake (bake pottery) v cocer, cocer (in le furno)

baker n furnero, panetero

bakery n paneteria

Balaam npr Balaam

balalaika n balalaika

balance (1. pair of scales; 2. equilibrium; 3. [Com]) n balancia

  • (1. to weigh the pros and cons of; 2. to bring to equilibrium; 3. to waver, hesitate) v balanciar, equilibrar
  • (balance-sheet) [Commer] n balancio
  • (balance-wheel) [Watchmaking] n balanciero
  • (equilibrium) n balancia, equilibrio
  • (lose one's ~) v perder le equilibrio
  • (remainder) n resto
  • (scales) n balancia
  • (settle) [Commer] v saldar
  • (settlement) (cash) [Commer] n saldo
  • vi equilibrar se

balanced (in equilibrium) adj equilibre

balance-sheet n balancio

balancing (action of) n balanciamento

balcony (1. [Arch]; 2. [Theat]) n balcon

bald adj calve

baldness n calvitia

bale (make into bales) v imballar

  • n balla, fardo
  • n ballo

Balearic Islands [Geog] n le Insulas Balearic, Baleares

baleen (whalebone) n balena

bale-out v bail-out

Bali [Geog] npr Bali

Balkanic adj balkanic

Balkanize v balkanisar

ball (1. globular object; 2. cannon ball, bullet, etc.; 3. [Print]) n balla

  • (dance) n ballo
  • (large ball, air-filled) n ballon
  • (of eye) n globo
  • (of thread, yarn, etc) n glomere
  • (sport, globe) n balla, bolla

ballad (poem founded on folk legend) n ballada

ballade n ballada

ballast n ballast

ball-bearing n cossinet o de ballas

ballerina (ballet dancer) n ballerina

ballet ¬F [Theat] n ballet

ballet-dancer (ballerina) [Fem] n ballerina

  • ~ -dancer [Masc] n ballerino

ballist (ballista) [Hist] n ballista

ballista (ballist) [Hist] n ballista

ballistic adj ballistic

ballistics n ballistica

balloon (1. [Chem]; 2. aerostat) n ballon

ballot (ball, ticket, paper used in secret voting) n ballotta

  • (poll) n scrutinio
  • ~ box n urna
  • v ballottar

ballotade [Man] n ballottada

ballot-box n urna

ballot-paper n ballotta

ball-point pen n penna a bolla

ballroom n sala de ballo

balls (courage) n braveria, corage

  • (testicles) n coliones

ballsy (brave) adj brave, accolionate?

balm (balsam) (1. balsamic resin; 2. ointment) n balsamo

balm-of-gilead n balsamo de galaad

balmy adj balsamic

balneotherapy n balneotherapia

balsa n balsa

balsam (balm) (1. balsamic resin; 2. ointment) n balsamo

balsamic adj balsamic

balsamiferous adj balsamifere

balsaminaceous [Bot] adj balsaminacee

balsamine (garden balsam) [Bot] n balsamina

Balt (1. member of ethnic group including Lithuanians and Letts; 2. member of German land-owning class in the Baltic States) n balto

Baltic (Sea) n Baltico, Mar Baltic

  • adj baltic

Balto-Slav n balto-slavo

Balto-Slavic adj balto-slavic

baluster (banister) n balustro

balustrade n balustrada

  • v balustrar

bamboo [Bot] n bambu

ban n prohibition

  • v prohibir

banal (trite) adj banal

banality (triteness) n banalitate

band (1. group of people; 2. [Mus]) n banda, truppa

  • (1. narrow strip of material; 2. bandage) n banda
  • (troup of guerrillas) n guerrilla ¬H

bandage (dressing) n bandage ¬bandaje

  • n banda
  • v bandar

banderole (streamer) n bandierola

bandit (brigand) n bandito, brigante

banditism (banditry) n banditismo

banditry (banditism) n banditismo

bandore (mandola, mandora, pandora, pandore) (musical instrument similar to a mandolin, but larger) n mandola ¬I

bandstand n kiosque de musica

band-together v associar se, reunir se

bandy adj con gambas distorte

baneful (disastrous, fatal) n funeste

bang (blow) n colpo

  • (report) n explosion
  • vi crepar, detonar, percuter

Bangladesh [Geog] n Bangladesh

bangle n bracialetto

bangs (bobbed hair in the forehead) n frangia ¬franja

banish (exile) v bannir, exiliar

  • (get rid of) v eliminar

banishment (1. act of exiling; 2. exile) n bannimento, exilio

  • n banno

banister (baluster) n balustro

banisters n balustrada

banjo n banjo

bank (land bordering a river, lake, etc.) n ripa

  • (shoal) n banco
  • adj bancari
  • ~ messenger n incassator
  • n banca
  • v bancar
  • v incassar

bankable adj bancabile

bank-account n conto bancari

bankbook n libretto de banca / conto

banker n banchero

bank-holiday n die feriate

banknote n billet de banca

bank-on v contar super

bank-rate n rata bancari

bankrupt (go ~) v facer bancarupta

  • adj fallite
  • n bancaruptero
  • n fallito
  • v ruinar

bankruptcy n bancarupta, fallimento

banner (flag, standard) n bandiera, insignia, standardo

banquet (feast) n banchetto, regalo

  • v banchettar

banqueter (feaster) n banchettator

baptism n baptismo

baptismal adj baptismal

Baptist (Anabaptist) [Theol] adj/n baptista

  • ~ n/adj baptista, baptisator

baptistery (1. part of a church reserved for baptism; 2 . receptacle containing water for the baptismal rite) n baptisterio

baptize v baptisar

baptizer n baptisator, baptista

bar (1. as in bar of iron, bar of wood, etc.; 2. [Her]; 3. ridge of horse's palate; 4. sand bar; 5. [Law] place where prisoner stands; 6. [Mus] bar, bar line) n barra

  • (a door) v barrar
  • (chocolate ~) n tabletta de chocolate
  • (close to entrance) v barrar
  • (exclude) v excluder, prohibir
  • (for drink) n bar
  • (obstacle, barrier) n barrage, barraje, barriera
  • (obstruct) v obstruer
  • (place where liquor is served) n bar ¬A
  • (sand ~) n barra de arena
  • (soap ~) n tabletta de sapon
  • (wood) n barra
  • n barra musical
  • prep excepte

barb (hook) n unco

Barbados Islands [Geog] npr Barbados, le Insulas Barbados

barbarian n barbaro

barbaric adj barbaric

barbarism (1. barbarism in language; 2. barbarous social or intellectual condition) n barbarismo

barbarity (barbarousness) n barbaritate

barbarize v barbarisar

barbarous adj barbare

barbarousness (barbarity) n barbaritate

barbecue n barbacoa, festa de barbacoa

barbed wire n filo spinose

barber (wigmaker, hairdresser, coiffeur) n perrucchero

  • n barbero

barbershop n barberia

barbican [Fortif] n antemural

barcarole (barcarolle) [Mus] n barcarola ¬I

bare (denude) v denudar, discoperir

  • (mere) adj simple
  • (naked, nude, denuded, uncovered) adj nude, denudate, discoperte

barefoot adj discalceate

barefooted adj discalceate

bareheaded adj a capite discoperte

barely (hardly, scarcely) adv vix

  • adv a pena

bareness n nuditate

bargain (agreement) n contracto

  • (good buy) n acquisition a bon mercato
  • v negotiar

barge n barca, barca de canal

barge-into v choccar contra, irrumper in

baritone (1. baritone voice; 2. musical instrument) n barytono

  • [Phonet] adj barytone

barium n barium

bark (barking of a dog, etc.) n latrato

  • (bay) vi latrar
  • (boat) n barca
  • (graze, excoriate) v excoriar
  • (strip bark) v decorticar
  • [Bot] n cortice

barking (bark of a dog, etc.) n latrato

  • (decortication) n decortication

barley n hordeo

barley-sugar n sucro de hordeo

barmaid n servitrice

barman n servitor

barn (for cattle) n stabulo

  • (granary) n granario
  • ~ owl n ulula

baro- (as in barometer) [occurring in compounds] n baro-

barogram [Meteorol] n barogramma

barograph (barometrograph) [Meteorol] n barometrographo

  • [Meteorol] n barographo

barology n barologia

barometer n barometro

barometric adj barometric

barometrograph (barograph) [Meteorol] n barometrographo

barometrography [Meteorol] n barometrographia

baron (nobleman) n baron

baronage (1. whole body of barons; 2. dignity or rank of a baron) n baronage ¬baronaje

baroness n baronessa

baronet n baronetto

barony n baronia

baroque (period style, etc.) n baroco

  • adj baroc

barothermohygrograph n barothermohygrographo

barrack (plain and large building) n barraca

  • ~ warden n casernero

barrack-room (as in barrack-room language) adj soldatesc

barracks [Mil] n caserna

barracoon n barracon

barrage (1. dam; 2. [Mil]) n barrage ¬barraje

barrel (1. cask; 2. [Meas]) n barril

  • (cask, butt) n botte
  • (metal tube of a rifle, gun, etc.) n cannon
  • (tun) v intonnar
  • v imbarrilar

barren (of land) adj aride, desolate

  • (sterile) adj sterile

barrenness (sterility) n sterilitate

barricade n barricada

  • v barricadar

barrico (keg) n barrica

barrier (bar, obstacle) n barriera, barrage ¬barraje

barrister n advocato

barrow (tumulus) n tumulo

  • n carretta de mano

barter n troco

  • v trocar

barterer n trocator

bary- (heavy) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] adj bary-

baryta [Mineral] n baryta

basal (1. basic; 2. [Physiol]) adj basal

basalt [Mineral] n basalto

basaltic adj basaltic

basculation [Surg] n basculation

bascule (as in bascule bridge) adj basculari

  • (as in bascule escapement) [Technol] n bascula

base (1. bottom, substructure; 2. [Mil]; 3. [Chem]) n base

  • (found) v basar
  • (foundation) n fundamento
  • (theme, stem) [Gram] n thema
  • (vile) adj ignobile, vil
  • adj basse
  • v basar

baseball [Sports] n baseball ¬A

baseborn adj humile

  • adj illegitime

Basel (Basle) n Basel ¬G

baseless adj sin fundamento

basement (footing of a column or wall) [Arch] n basamento

  • (lower part of anything) n basamento
  • (underground passage, underground room) n subterraneo

baseness (vileness) n bassessa, vilitate

bash n colpo

  • v colpar, ferir

bashful (modeste) adj pudente, vergoniose, pudibunde

basic adj basic, basal, fundamental

basicity [Chem] n basicitate

basilica (1. [Rom. Hist]; 2. basilican type of church building) n basilica

basin (1. wide, shallow bowl; 2. dock; 3. river basin) n bassino

basinet [Armory] n bassinetto

basis (foundation) n base

bask v prender le sol

basket (basketful) n corbata

  • n corbe
  • n paniero

basketball n basketball

basketmaker n corbero

basketry n corberia

bas-relief n basse-relievo

bass (1. lowest part of a musical score; 2. instrument for the lowest part of a musical score; 3. lowest male voice) [Mus] n basso

  • (fish) n perca
  • [Mus] n basso
  • ~ saxhorn (saxtuba) [Mus] n saxtuba
  • v iol n violon

bassoon (fagotto) n fagotto

  • [Mus] n basson

bassoonist (fagottist) n fagottista

bast (liber) [Bot] n libro

bastard (1. born out of wedlock; 2. spurious; 3. [Print] as in bastard type) adj bastarde

  • (illegitimate child) n bastardo

bastardy (quality of being a bastard) n bastardia

baste v asperger de grassia

bastille [Fortif] n bastille ¬F

bastinade (bastinado) n bastonada

bastinado (bastinade) n bastonada

bastion [Fortif] n bastion

bat (off one's own ~) adv sin adjuta, spontaneemente?

  • (sport) n bat
  • [Zool] n vespertilion
  • v batter

batata (sweet potato) n batata

batch (of bread) n furnata

  • (portion) n lot

batch-processing [Comp] phr processo per lot

bath (1. act of giving or taking a bath; 2. bath water) n balneo, banio

  • (outside) v baniar, baniar se
  • (pertaining to baths) adj balnear
  • (swimming ~) n natatorio, piscina
  • (take a ~) v baniar se, prender un banio
  • (tub) n cupa de banio
  • ~ for the hands (maniluvium) [Med] n maniluvio

bathe (a wound) v lavar

  • (give a bath to) v baniar
  • (have a bath) v baniar se

bather n baniator

bathing (baths) n banios

  • (of wound) n lavamento

bathing-suit (- costume) n costume de banio

bathing-trunks n calceones de banio

bathroom n camera de banio

batik ¬Malay n batik

  • v batikar

batiste n batista

batman n ordinantia

baton n baston

Batrachomyomachy, batrachomyomachia (Battle of the Frogs and the Mice) n batrachomyomachia

batsman n battitor

battalion n battalion

batter (baseball) v batter

  • n pasta, pasta de farina con ovos e lacte

battering ram n ariete

battery (small, for torch) n pila

  • [Elect] n accumulator
  • [Mil] n batteria

battle n battalia

  • v battaliar

battle-axe (two-edged) [Hist] n bipenne

battle-field n campo de battalia

battler n battaliator

battleship n cuirassato

  • ~ -ship n cuirassato

Bavaria npr Bavaria

Bavarian adj bavare, bavarese

  • n bavaro

bawl (vociferate) v vociferar

bay (bark) v latrar

  • (gulf) [Geog] n baia, golfo
  • (tree) n lauro

bay-laurel (laurel, bay-tree) n lauro

bayonet n bayonetta

Bayonne n Bayona, Bayonne

bay-tree (bay-laurel, laurel) n lauro

bay-window n fenestra saliente

bazaar (Oriental market place) n bazar

be (1. to exist; 2. [grammatical functions]: copula) v esser

  • (commands) v esse!, sia!
  • ~ a substitute or replacement v suppler
  • ~ able to (can) v poter
  • ~ abundant (abound) v exuberar, esser abundante, abundar
  • ~ aching (hurt) v doler
  • ~ acquainted with (know= v cognoscer
  • ~ afraid (fear) (of) v timer
  • ~ allowed to (may) v poter
  • ~ at leisure (be idle) v otiar
  • ~ at variance (be discrepant) v discrepar
  • ~ beneficent (do good) v benefacer
  • ~ boiling (boil) v bullir
  • ~ bold v hardir
  • ~ born again (reborn) v renascer
  • ~ born v nascer
  • ~ brusque or rude to v bruscar
  • ~ coherent (cohere) v coherer
  • ~ consonant (harmonize) v consonar
  • ~ contiguous to (border upon) v confinar
  • ~ courageous v valer
  • ~ covetous (covet) v concupiscer
  • ~ delirious v delirar
  • ~ discrepant (be at variance) v discrepar
  • ~ dissonant [Mus] v dissonar
  • ~ distant v distar
  • ~ distrustful v diffider
  • ~ engaged in colloquy (converse) v colloquer
  • ~ enough (suffice) v bastar
  • ~ enraged n inrabiamento
  • ~ enraged v inragiar ¬inrajar
  • ~ equal in value (be equivalent) (to) v equivaler
  • ~ equivalent (be equal in value) (to) v equivaler
  • ~ established (be an stablished) (fact) v constar
  • ~ excessive or exorbitant v exorbitar
  • ~ exuberant (exuberate) v exuberar
  • ~ feverish (have a fever) v febricitar
  • ~ first (hold the first place) v primar
  • ~ fond of v affectionar
  • ~ found (findable) adj trovabile
  • ~ furious v furer
  • ~ guilty of malversation or corruption in office v malversar
  • ~ hidden (lie hidden) v later
  • ~ hoped (for) adj sperabile
  • ~ idle (be at leisure) v otiar
  • ~ ignorant of (not to know) v ignorar
  • ~ immanent (stay within) v immaner
  • ~ important (matter) v importar
  • ~ in a rage (rage) v rabiar, ragiar ¬rajar
  • ~ in a state of agitation (heat, fervor) v ferver
  • ~ in contact with (touch) v continger
  • ~ in disagreement (disagree) v disconvenir
  • ~ in doubt (doubt) v dubitar
  • ~ in excess (superabound) v redundar
  • ~ in need of (need) v indiger
  • ~ in recess v vacar
  • ~ indicative of (indicate) v indicar
  • ~ indulgent v indulger
  • ~ inherent (inhere) v inherer
  • ~ insistent or pressing (urge) v urger
  • ~ lacking (be deficient or missing) v mancar
  • ~ lacking in (lack) v carer
  • ~ lightening (lighten) v fulgurar
  • ~ lukewarm v teper
  • ~ malignant v malignar
  • ~ moist or wet v humer
  • ~ moldy v mucer
  • ~ moved by (waves, move in) v fluctuar
  • ~ numb (be torpid, be sluggish) v torper
  • ~ obsolescent (become obsolescent, obsolesce) v obsolescer
  • ~ offensive to (offend, insult) v offender
  • ~ on strike (strike) v exoperar
  • ~ on the lookout (watch) v veliar, vigilar
  • ~ on the point of death v agonisar
  • ~ on vacation (keep holiday) v feriar
  • ~ or render partial v partialisar
  • ~ out of one's mind v furer
  • ~ patient (have patience) v patientar
  • ~ permanent (endure, last) v permaner
  • ~ possible (may, can) v poter
  • ~ preponderant (preponderate) v preponderar
  • ~ prodigal of (lavish) v prodigar
  • ~ rampant v rampar
  • ~ redolent (smell) (of) v redoler
  • ~ related to (have reference to) v referer
  • ~ resplendent (shine) v resplender, splender
  • ~ salient v salir
  • ~ silent (keep quiet) (refrain from speaking) v tacer
  • ~ slow or delayed v retardar
  • ~ soaked (soak) v imbiber
  • ~ somewhere (have one's location) v ubicar
  • ~ sorry for (regret) v regrettar
  • ~ stagnant (stagnate) v stagnar
  • ~ stunned (amazed) v stuper
  • ~ sufficient (suffice) v sufficer
  • ~ supposed to (have to) (must, shall, ought) v deber
  • ~ swollen (swell) v turger
  • ~ swollen or tumid v tumer
  • ~ the antecedent (antecede) v anteceder
  • ~ the consequence of v consequer
  • ~ torpid (be sluggish, be numb) v torper
  • ~ translucent (be partly transparent) v translucer
  • ~ unsteady or shaky v vacillar
  • ~ unwilling (resist) v reluctar
  • v acant (unoccupied) v vacar
  • v igorous v viger
  • ~ warm or hot v caler
  • ~ with child or young v gestar
  • ~ wont to (do) v soler
  • ~ worth (be equal to, in value or in price) v valer
  • ~ zealous (about) v zelar

beach n plagia ¬plaja

beacon n fanal

bead n perla, perla (de vitro)

beak (bill) n becco, rostro

  • n rostro

beaked (billed) adj rostrate

beaker (tumbler, goblet) n bicario, cuppa

beakful (billful) n beccata

beam (of light) n fasce, radio

  • (of wood, metal) n trabe, trave
  • (shine) v brillar
  • (smile) v surrider

beaming (radiant, brilliant) adj radiante

bean (french) n phaseolo

  • (full of -s) n plen de energia
  • n faba

bear (adopt, give birth to) (a child, a litter, etc) v filiar

  • (allow, brook, comport) v comportar
  • (carry) v portar
  • (endure) v suffrer, tolerar
  • (give birth to) v filiar, parer, parturir
  • (he-bear) n urso
  • (hold up) v sustener
  • (polar ~) n urso polar, urso blanc
  • (she-bear) n ursa
  • ~ fruit (fructify) v fructificar, fructar
  • ~ witness (testify, witness) v testificar, testimoniar

bearable (supportable) adj supportabile

  • (tolerable, sufferable) adj suffribile

beard (grow a ~) v barbar

  • n barba

bearded adj barbate

beardless adj disbarbate

bearer (carrier) n portator

bear-fruit v fructar

bearing (1. carrying; 2. deportment, carriage;) n porto

  • (giving birth) n filiation
  • [Mech] n cossinetto
  • ~ acorns (glandiferous) adj glandifere
  • ~ down (tending to press or force down) adj depressive
  • ~ ears (spiciferous) (of grain) [Bot] adj spicifere

bear-in-mind v tener in mente

bear-out v confirmar

bear-right v diriger se a dextra

bear's ear (auricula) [Bot] n auricula

bear-up interj corage!

bear-with v esser patiente con

beast n bestia

beastliness (bestiality) n bestialitate

beastly (bestial) adj bestial

  • adv bestialmente

beat (1. to strike, pound; 2. to flap; 3. to defeat) v batter, vincer, colpar, pulsar

  • (cudgel, thrash) v fustigar
  • (cudgel, thump) v massar
  • (of heart) n battimento
  • (of policeman) n ronda
  • (whip, flog) v verberar
  • (with stick) v bastonar
  • [Mus] n rhythmo
  • ~ again v rebatter
  • ~ back (repel) v rebatter

beat-back v repulsar

beat-down v abatter

beater (fulling stock) n fullatorio

beatific adj beatific

beatification n beatification

beatify v beatificar

beat-in v fracassar

  • ~ -in v penetrar

beating (action of striking, throbbing, fluttering, etc.) n battimento

  • (action of whipping, flogging) n verberation
  • (defeat) n defaite, vincimento
  • (thrashing) (act of) n fustigation
  • (throbbing, pulsative) adj pulsative

beatitude n beatitude

beat-off v repulsar

beautiful adj belle

beauty (beautiful woman) n beltate

  • (loveliness or charm to the sense of sight) n beltate
  • ~ spot (patch) n musca

beaver (- hat) n castor

  • [Zool] n castor

because (why, that) conj quod

  • ~ conj/prep proque
  • ~ of (on account of, by reason of) prep propter
  • ~ of prep a causa de

beccafico [Ornith] n beccafico

beckon v facer signo

be-cold (of people) v haber frigido

  • ~ -cold (of the weather) v facer frigido

become (come to be) v devenir

  • (suit) v convenir a
  • ~ angry v irascer
  • ~ cold (cool off) v frigidar, refrigidar
  • ~ decadent (decline, decay) v decader
  • ~ green v verdear
  • ~ invalid (lapse, expire) v perimer
  • ~ lean or thin (reduce) v magrir
  • ~ less swollen v disinflar
  • ~ liquid (liquesce) v liquescer
  • ~ milky (lactesce) v lactescer
  • ~ quiescent (quiesce) v quiescer
  • ~ rancid v rancer
  • ~ suffocated or choked v suffocar

becoming adj convenibile

  • adj decorose
  • ~ obsolete (obsolescent) adj obsolescente

bed (flower ~) n parterre

  • (go to ~) v ir al lecto
  • (housing, hollow) n incastratura
  • (the bed of a river) n lecto
  • [Furniture] n lecto
  • [Gen] n lecto
  • [Geol] n lecto

bedbug n cimice

bed-clothes n pannos de lecto

bedding n pannos de lecto

bedew v irrorar

bedewment n irroration

Bedouin n beduin

bedraggled adj coperite de fango

  • adj disordinate

bedridden adj allectate

bedroom n camera a dormir

bedsitter n camera con lecto

bedspread (counterpane, coverlet) n coperilecto, copertura de lecto

bedtime n hora de dormir

bee n ape

beech n fago

bee-eating adj apivore

beef (meat from a cow or steer) n bove

beefsteak n beefsteak

beehive n apiculario

  • ~ -hive n apiculario

bee-keeper (apiculturist) n apiario, apicultor

bee-keeping (apiculture) n apicultura

bee-line n via directe

beep v pipiar

beeper (pager) n beeper, clamator, pager

beer n bira

beet (common red beet) n betarapa

  • [Bot] n beta
  • n beta

beetle (coleopter) [Entom] n coleoptero

  • (ram, sledge hammer, mallet) n massa
  • [Entom] n scarabeo
  • n coleoptero

beetle-browed (beetling) adj superciliose

beetling (beetle-browed) adj superciliose

beetroot n beta-rapa

befall (happen) v accider

before (above) prep ante

  • (earlier than) prep ante
  • (formerly, previously) adv anteriormente, antea, previemente
  • (in front of) prep ante
  • (in front, ahead) adv avante
  • adv antea
  • ~ conj ante que

beforehand adv anticipatemente, previemente

befriend v amicar se con

befuddle v confunder

beg (ask for, request) v peter, rogar

  • (charity) v mendicar
  • (entreat) v implorar, precar

beget (engender) v ingenerar

  • (procreate) v procrear

begetter (sire) n genitor

begetting (engenderment) n ingeneramento

  • (generation) n genitura

beggar (mendicant) n mendicante

  • n mendico
  • v impovrir, ruinar

beggarly adj mendic

begging (action of) n mendication

begin (a discourse) v exordir, ordir

  • (commence) v comenciar, inciper
  • (incept) v inceptar
  • ~ again (recommence) v recomenciar
  • ~ to blossom v inflorescer

beginner n comenciante, comenciator, novicio

beginning (commencement, start) n comenciamento, principio, initio

  • (in the ~) phr in le principio
  • (incipient, initial) adj incipiente
  • (origins) n primordio
  • n ordimento

begotten adj genite

begrudge (envy) v invidiar

  • (give unwillingly) v dar de mal grado

beguile (inveigle) v captar

behalf (in/on - of) n in favor de

  • (in/on - of) n in nomine de

behave v comportar se

behavior (behaviour, comportment) n comportamento, conducta

behaviour (behaviour, comportment) n comportamento, conducta

behead (decapitate, decollate) v decapitar, decollar

beheading (decapitation, decollation) n decapitation, decollation

behind (back, backwards) adv detra, post

  • (of place) adv post
  • (of time) adv depost, post
  • prep detra

behold (- !) interj ecce!

  • v vider
  • ~ ! (lo!, see!) adv ecce

beige adj beige

being (all senses) n esser

  • (existence) n esser
  • (for the time ~) phr pro le momento
  • (human ~) n esser human
  • (person, organized entity, etc.) n esser
  • ~ adj/pres. part essente
  • ~ awake (waking) n velia
  • ~ pulverulent (state of) n pulverulentia

Belau [Geog] n Belau

belch n ructo

  • v eructar, ructar

belcher n ructator

belching (eructation) n eructation

beleaguerment n investimento

belfry n campanario, campanil

Belgian adj belge

  • n belga

Belgium [Geog] n Belgica, Belgio

belief (credence, trust faith) n credentia

believe v creder

believe-in (people) v creder in, haber fide in

  • ~ -in (things) v creder a

believer (follower of some religion, trustful, credent) n credente

Belize [Geog] npr Belize

bell n campana

  • ~ tower (campanile) n campanil

belletrist n belletrista

belletristic adj belletristic

bellflower (campanula) n campanula

bellicose adj bellicose

bellicosity n bellicositate

belligerency n belligerentia

belligerent (waging war) adj belligerente

belling (shivaree, charivari) n charivari ¬sharivari

bellow (roar as the bull does) v mugir

  • n mugimento
  • v mugimento

bellowmaker (maker or seller of bellows) n follero

bellows (as in hand bellows) n suffletto

  • (blower) n folle

belly n pancia, ventre

belong by right (be due) v competer

  • v pertiner

belonging to the common herd adj gregari

  • ~ to widowhood adj vidual

belongings (possessions) n effectos, possessiones, haber(es)

below (beneath, underneath) adv subtus

  • (under, beneath) prep infra, sub
  • (underneath, beneath) adv infra, in basso

Belshazzar (Balthasar, Balthazar) [Bib] n Balthasar

belt (fasten) v cincturar

  • (fig) n zona
  • (for waist) n cinctura
  • (girdle) v cincturar
  • (hit) v colpar con un cinctura

bench n banco

bend (a sail) [Naut] v invirgar

  • (cause to bend) v flecter, plicar
  • (curve) v incurvar
  • ~ back v recurvar
  • n curva, curvatura
  • ~ the knee (kneel) (down) v genicular
  • v curvar, curvar se
  • v inclinar, inclinar se
  • v plicar, plicar se

bending (a sail) (action of) Naut] n invirgatura

  • ~ the knee (kneeling) (down) (act of) n geniculation

beneath (under, below) prep sub, infra

  • adv infra, in basso, subtus

benedictine (liqueur) n benedictino

  • (monk) n benedictino
  • adj benedictin

benediction (blessing) n benediction

benefactor n benefactor

benefic (beneficial) adj benefic

benefice n beneficio

beneficence (active kindness) n beneficentia

beneficent adj beneficente

beneficial (benefic) adj benefic, beneficial

beneficially adv beneficamente, beneficialmente

beneficiary n beneficiario

benefit (advantage, favor) n beneficio

  • (someone or something) v beneficiar

benevolence (good will) n benevolentia

benevolent adj benevole, benevolente

benign (1. kind, gentle; 2. [Med]) adj benigne

benignity n benignitate

Benin [Geog] npr Benin

bent (propensity, natural inclination) n propension, tendentia, inclination natural

  • adj curvate, flectite, plicate

bent-on (- doing) adj determinate / resolute a facer

benzine n benzina

benzoate n benzoato

benzoic adj benzoic

benzoin (1. gum benzoin, benjamin; 2. [Bot]) n benzoe, benzoin

benzol n benzol

bequeath v legar

bequest n legato

bereave v privar

bereavement n perdita

  • n perdita (de un car persona)

beret n beret

berlin (four-wheeled carriage) n berlina

  • (of Berlin) adj berlinese
  • n Berlin ¬G

Berliner n berlinese

Bermuda (Bermuda Island) [Geog] n le Insula de Bermuda

Bern n Bern ¬G

Bernese adj bernese

berry n baca

berth (bed) n lectiera

  • (mooring) n posto
  • v amarrar

beryl n beryllo

beryllium [Chem] n beryllium

beseech (conjure, entreat) v conjurar

  • (implore) v implorar

beside (apart from) prep extra, ultra

  • (next to) prep al latere de, juxta

besides (for the rest) adv cetero

  • (in addition) adv de plus, ultra
  • (moreover) adv preterea
  • prep ultra

besiege v assediar

besieger n assediator

besmear v linir

besot (stupefy) v imbrutir

besotting (stupefying) adj imbrutiente

besprinkle v asperger

best (at ~) adv al plus

  • (very ~) adv optime
  • adj le melior, le plus bon
  • adv le melio

bestial (beastly) adj bestial

bestiality (beastliness) n bestialitate

best-man n amico del sponso

bestow (impart) v impartir

  • v conferer, donar

best-seller n best-seller

bet (place a ~) v facer un sponsion

  • n sponsion
  • v deponer, sponder

beta (second letter of the Greek alphabet) n beta

betel [Bot] n betel

betray (show) v divulgar, revelar

  • v trair
  • v trair

betrayal (treason) n traition

betroth (affiance) v fidantiar

betrothal n fidantiamento

betrothed (fiancé) n promisso

  • (fiancée) n promissa

better (all the ~) adj tanto melio

  • (beat) v ultrapassar
  • (get ~) v refacer se, restablir se
  • (get the - of) v superar, vincer
  • (improve) v facer plus bon, meliorar
  • (you had - go) phr vos facera melio vader
  • adj melior, plus bon
  • adv melio

betting adj spondente

  • n sponsion

betting-shop n agentia de sponsiones

between prep inter

beverage (drink) n biberage ¬biberaje, bibitura

bewail (deplore) v miserar

beware v guardar se

beware-of-the-dog phr attention al can!

be-warm (of people) v haber calor

  • ~ -warm (of the weather) v facer calor

bewilder v confunder, disconcertar, disorientar

bewildered (perplexed) adj confuse, perplexe

bewildering adj disconcertante

bewilderment (perplexity) n confusion, perplexitate

beyond (across, over, on the farther side of) prep trans

  • (farther, on the other side) adv ultra
  • (go ~) v ultrapassar
  • (past) adv preter
  • adv ultra
  • ~ measure (immeasurable) adj dismensurate, dismesurate
  • prep extra, ultra

bi- (two, twice) [occurring in compounds] adj bi-

bias (prejudice) n preoccupation, prevention

  • (prejudice) v preoccupar
  • n predisposition, prejudicio, prevention
  • v influentiar
  • v render partial

biased adj partial

bib n pannello pectoral, pannello pectoral (de un baby)

bibasic (dibasic) [Chem] adj bibasic

Bible n Biblia

biblical adj biblic

biblically adv biblicamente

biblio- (as in bibliography, bibliomancy) [occurring in compounds] n biblio-

bibliographer n bibliographo

bibliographic adj bibliographic

bibliographical adj bibliographic

bibliographically adv bibliographicamente

bibliography (1. description or history of books; 2. bibliographical list) n bibliographia

bibliolater n bibliolatra

bibliolatry n bibliolatria

bibliomancy n bibliomantia

bibliomania n bibliomania

bibliomaniac (bibliomane) n bibliomano

  • (bibliomaniacal) adj bibliomane

bibliophile adj bibliophile

  • n bibliophilo

Biblist (Biblicist) n biblista

bibulous (addicted to drink) adj bibule

bicarbide (bicarburet) n bicarburo

bicarbonate n bicarbonato

bicarburet (bicarbide) n bicarburo

bicentenary adj bicentenari

  • n bicentenario

bicentennial n bicentenario

biceps n bicipite

bichromate [Chem] n bichromato

bicipital adj bicipite

bicker n altercar, querelar

bickering n altercation, querela

bicolor adj bicolor

bicolored adj bicolor

bicorn adj bicorne, bicornute

bicornuate adj bicornute

bicuspid adj bicuspide

bicycle n bicycletta, bicyclo

  • v bicyclar

bicyclic (of bicycles) adj bicyclic

  • (of two cycles, circles, or wheels) adj bicyclic

bid (at auction) n offerta

  • (at auction) v offerer
  • (attempt) n essayo, tentativa
  • (command) v commandar, ordinar

bidder (highest ~) n adjudicatario

  • n offerente

bident (two-pronged instrument) n bidente

biennial (- plant) n planta biennal

  • (1. lasting two years; 2. occurring every two years) adj biennal

biennially adv biennalmente

bier n feretro

bifid adj bifide

bifocal (having two foci) adj bifocal

bifurcate v bifurcar

bifurcation n bifurcation

big (bulky) adj grande, grosse, importante

bigamist n bigamo

bigamous adj bigame

bigamy n bigamia

big-boned (bony) adj ossute

bigot n bigot

bigoted adj bigot

  • n bigot

bigotry n bigoteria

bike n bicycletta

  • v bicyclar

bikini n bikini

bilabial [Gram] adj bilabial

bilateral adj bilateral

bile [Physiol] n bile

biliary [Physiol] adj biliari

bilingual adj bilingue

bilingualism n bilinguismo

bilingually adv bilinguemente

bilious (1. [Med]; 2. choleric, ill-tempered) adj biliose

biliousness n biliositate

biliverdin [Biochem] n biliverdina

bill (account) n conto

  • (account) n nota
  • (bank draft, note) n nota
  • (beak) n becco
  • (beak) n rostro
  • (beak) n rostro
  • (draft of law) n projecto de lege
  • (draft) [Fin] n tratta
  • (invoice) n factura
  • (invoice) v facturar
  • (pertaining to a beak) adj rostral
  • (proposed law) n bill ¬A
  • ~ of fare (menu) n menu ¬F
  • ~ of health n patente
  • ~ of lading n cognoscimento

billed (beaked) adj rostrate

billet n quartiero

  • v billetar
  • v quartierar

billfold n cartiera

billful (beakful) n beccata

billiard table n biliardo

billiards n biliardo

billion (a million millions) n billion

  • (a thousand millions) n milliardo
  • (milliard) n milliardo
  • (thousand millions) adj milliardo

billionaire (milliardaire) n milliardario

billionth (thousand millionth) adj milliardesime

  • adj billionesime

bilobate (two-lobed) adj bilobate

bimanous [Zool] adj bimane

bimetallism n bimetallismo

bimetallist n bimetallista

bimonthly (occurring once in two months) adj bimestral

bin n cassa, compartimento, receptaculo

binary adj binari

  • ~ numbers [Comp] n numeros binari

bind (1. to tie; 2. as in to bind books) v ligar

  • (attach) (to) v alligar
  • (oblige) v obligar
  • ~ again v religar
  • ~ in boards (board) [Bookbinding] v cartonar

binding (1. act of binding; 2. bookbinding, binding of a book) n ligatura

  • (obligatory, compulsory) adj obligatori
  • adj obligatori
  • ~ in paper boards (boarding) [Bookbinding] n cartonage ¬cartonaje
  • ~ tightly (tightening, stricture) (act of) n strictura

bingo n bingo, lotto, tombola

binoculars n binoculo

binomial [Alg] adj binomie

  • [Alg] n binomio

bio- (as in biology) [occurring in compounds] n bio-

biochemical adj biochimic

biochemist n biochimista

biochemistry n biochimia

biogenesis (1. genesis of organinims; 2. theory of biogenesis) n biogenese, biogenesis

biogenetic adj biogenetic

biographer n biographo

biographic adj biographic

biographical adj biographic

biography n biographia

biological adj biologic

biologically adv biologicamente

biologist n biologista, biologo

biology n biologia

bipartible adj bipartibile

bipartite (having two parts) adj bipartite

bipartition n bipartition

biped adj bipede

biplane n biplano

  • ~ with short underplane n sesquiplano

bipolar adj bipolar

birch (rod) n virga

  • (tree) n betula
  • v car le virgas a

bird lover n ornithophilo

  • n ave

birdcage n cavia pro aves

birdie (give the middle finger) v facer insulto con le digito medie

  • (golf) n balla birdie
  • n avetto?

birdlime n visco

bird-loving adj ornithophile

bireme (two-oared) adj bireme

birth (act of giving birth to offspring) n parto

  • (act or fact of being born) n nascentia
  • (fig) n origine
  • (give - to) v parturir
  • (natural) n nascentia
  • (natural) n nativitate
  • ~ rate n natalitate

birth-certificate n certificate de nascentia

birth-control n limitation del natalitate

birthday n anniversario

birth-mark n nevo

birthplace n loco natal

birth-rate n natalitate

biscuit (1. cracker, cooky, etc.; 2. [Pottery] bisque) n biscuit

  • ~ baker n biscuitero
  • ~ bakery n biscuiteria
  • n biscuit

bisexual adj bisexual

bishop (overseer, supervisor) n episcopo

bismuth [Chem] n bismuth

bison (1. European aurochs; 2. American buffalo) n bison, bisonte

bistort (snakeweed) [Bot] n bistorta

bit (a ~) n un pauco / poco

  • (binary digit) n bit, digito binari, piecetta digital
  • (for drill) n puncta
  • (part of the bridle that goes in a horse's mouth) n morso, freno
  • (piece) n pecietta

bit-by-bit adv pauc a pauc, pauco a pauco, poco a poco

bitch (female dog) n can feminin

  • (insult) n puta, putana

bite (1. act of biting; 2. wound caused by biting) n morsura

  • (smart, sting) v piccar
  • (with teeth) v morder
  • ~ again v remorder

bite-me (don't ~) phr no me morde

  • ~ -me phr morde me

biting (caustic, mordant, mordacious) adj mordente, mordace

bitter (embitter, to make ~) v amarisar

  • (emotion) adj amar
  • (taste) adj acerbe, amar
  • n bira clar

bitterness (acerbity) n acerbitate, amaritude

bitumen n bitumine

bituminization (process of covering with bitumen) n bituminage ¬bituminaje, bituminisation

bituminize (cover with bitumen) v bituminar, bituminisar

bituminous adj bituminose

bivalve [Bot/Zool] adj bivalve

  • [Zool] n bivalvo

bivouac n bivac

  • v bivacar

bizarre (odd, queer) adj bizarre

bizonal adj bizonal

black (- list, boycott) v boycottar

  • (boots) v lustrar
  • (colour) n nigre
  • (person) n negro, nigro
  • ~ lead (graphite) n plumbagine

blackberry n rubo

  • ~ -berry n rubo

blackbird (merl) n merla

  • ~ -bird n merla

black-board n tabula nigre

black-currant n ribes nigre

blacken (make black) v nigrar

black-eye n oculo contose

black-guard n scelerato, villano

black-leg n rumpe-exoperos

black-mail n chantage, extorsion

  • ~ -mail v extorquer per chantage

black-mailer n chantagista

black-market n mercato nigre

blackness n nigritia

black-out n inconscientia

  • ~ -out v perder conscientia

blacksmith (farrier) n ferrator, ferrero

  • ~ -smith n ferrator, ferrero

blacksmith's shop (smithy) n ferrería

s work (smithing) n ferreria

bladder (urinary) [Anat] n vesica

blade (as in blade of an oar) n pala

  • (hefty fellow, jolly chap) n galliardo
  • (of knife, etc.) n lamina
  • ~ of grass n folio de herba

blame (expression of disapproval) n blasmo

  • (find fault with, find blameworthy, censure) v blasmar, culpar

blameless adj innocente

blameworthiness n accusabilitate

blameworthy (liable to be accused) adj blasmabile, demeritori, accusabile

blanch (whiten) (make white) v blanchir

  • [Metal] v blanchir

blanching (whitening) (act of) n blanchimento

blancmange v blancmangiar

bland (soft, mild) adj blande

blank (blank space) n blanco

  • (form) n formulario
  • adj blanc
  • adj vacue
  • n blanco

blank-cartridge n cartucha in blanco

blank-check (blank-cheque) n cheque in blanco

blanket n copertura, copertura (de lana)

blare v rugir

blaspheme v blasphemar

blasphemer n blasphemator

blasphemous adj blaspheme

blasphemy n blasphemia

blast (bang) n explosion

  • (of wind) n colpo de vento
  • v detonar
  • v facer saltar

blasto-, blast- (bud, sprout) [occurring in compounds] n blasto-, blast-

blastoderm [Embryol] n blastoderma

blatant adj flagrante, patente

blaze (burn) v flagrar

  • (fig) n brillantia
  • (flame) n flamma
  • (flame) v flammar
  • (on horse) n stella
  • ~ up (deflagrate) v deflagrar

blazer n blazer

blazon (coat of arms) n blason

bleach n agente de blanchimento

  • v blanchir

bleaching (act of) n blanchimento

bleak adj deserte, desolate, salvage

bleakness n desolation

bleat n balamento

  • v balar

bleed (lose blood) v sanguinar

bleeder (hemophile, haemophile, hemophiliac, haemophiliac) n hemophilo

bleeding n hemorrhagia

blemish (defect) n defecto, menda

  • (spot) n macula
  • v guastar
  • v macular

blend (mix) v miscer

  • n mixtura

blender n miscitor

bless (1. to consecrate; 2. to invoke blessings upon) v benedicer

blessed (1. consecrated holy; 2. enjoying happiness or bliss) adj benedicte

blessing n benediction

blight n peste

  • v ruinar

blind (1. to make blind; 2. to dazzle) v cecar

  • (shutter) n persiana
  • (without sight) adj cec

blind-alley n vico cec

blindfold n banda pro le oculos

  • v bandar le oculos

blindness n cecitate

blind-person n ceco

blink v palpebrar

blinkers v oculiera

blinking (action of) n palpebration

bliss n contento, felicitate

blissful (happy) adj beate

blister (vesicate) v vesicar, vesicar se

  • n bulla, ampulla
  • n vesicula

blistery adj bullose

blizzard n tempesta de nive

bloated adj inflate

blob n globulo

bloc n bloco

block (obstruct) v blocar, obstruer

  • (of buildings) n insula
  • (printing) n cliche
  • (solid mass of wood, stone, etc.) n bloco

blockade [Mil] n blocada

  • [Mil] v blocar

blockhead (Philistine) n beotio

blockhouse (building designed to protect an outlying strategical point, bunker) n blockhaus

blond adj blonde

  • n blonda

blondness n blondessa

blood n sanguine

  • ~ relationship (kinship) n cognation

blood-cleanser (depurative) [Med] n depurativo

bloodcurdling adj horrende

blood-donor n donator de sanguine

blood-pressure n pression arterial

bloodstained (bloody) adj sanguinose

blood-stream n currente sanguinee

bloodsucker (leech) [Zool] n sanguisuga

bloodthirsty adj sanguinari

bloody (covered in blood, bloodstained) adj sanguinose

  • (sanguinary) (1. blood-thirsty; 2. accompanied by much bloodshed) adj sanguinari, sanguilente
  • (stain with blood) v insanguinar

bloom (flower) n flor

  • (flower) v florer, florescer, florar
  • (the bloom on fruit) n pruina

blooming (- idiot) phr un ver idiota

  • (flowering) (state of) n florimento
  • (flowering) adj florente
  • (prosperous) adj prospere

blossoming (flowering) (act or state of) n floration

blot (dry) v siccar

  • (stain) v macular
  • n macula

blotch n macula

blotting (- paper) n papiro siccante

blouse (1. workman's blouse; 2. woman's blouse) n blusa

blow (1. as in a bellows blows; 2. as in to blow bubbles) v flar

  • (1. to send out a strong current of air; 2. as in the wind blows) v sufflar
  • (be windy) v ventar
  • (come to -s) v venir al manos
  • (hit) n colpo
  • (of air) v sufflar
  • (of fuse) v saltar
  • (stroke) n colpo
  • (tragedy) n tragedia
  • (wind instrument) v imbuccar, sonar
  • ~ one's nose v sufflar se le naso
  • ~ up (fly in pieces with a loud report) v saltar
  • ~ upon or into (insufflate) v insufflar

blower (bellows) n folle

  • (one who or that which blows) n sufflator

blow-up (explode) vt exploder, facer exploder

  • ~ -up (inflate) v inflar

blue (the ~) n le azur, le blau

  • adj azur, blau

blueberry (whortleberry) n myrtillo

bluebottle (cornflower) [Bot] n cyano

blue-green (sea-green, glaucous) adj glauc

blueprint (as in blueprint of a projected building) n cyanogramma

  • (cyanotype) n cyanotypo

blueprinting apparatus n cyanographo

  • n cyanographia

blues n melancholia

bluff (act of bluffing) n bluff

  • (act of bluffing) n bluff ¬A
  • (deceive by false appearances) v bluffar
  • adj brusc
  • v bluffar

bluffer n bluffator

blunder n error

  • v errar

blunt (dull) adj obtuse

  • (dull, obtund) v obtunder
  • (obtundent) adj obtundente
  • (rude) adj brusc

bluntly adv bruscamente

bluntness (dullness) n manco de acutessa

  • (rudeness) n bruscheria
  • (rudeness, brusqueness, brusquerie) n bruscheria

blur n apparentia confuse / indistincte

  • v facer indistincte

blurb n aviso editorial

blush n rubor

  • v rubescer

boa (1. [Zool]; 2. scarf of fur or feathers) n boa

boar (male swine) n verre

board (bind in boards) [Bookbinding] v cartonar

  • (cardboard) n carton
  • (come alongside in order to attack) [Navy] v abbordar
  • (committee) n consilio
  • (for chess, checkers etc.) n tabuliero
  • (go on board) v imbarcar se
  • (in an hotel) n pension
  • (of train) v montar in
  • (on ~) adv a bordo, a bordo de
  • (plank) n planca
  • (seize by boarding) v abbordar
  • (side of a ship) [Naut] n bordo
  • (table, slab, plate) n tabula
  • (tack) (the stretch which a ship makes on one tack in beating to windward) Naut] n bordada
  • (wood) n planca, tabula
  • ~ of directors (directorate) n directorio
  • ~ up v intabular

boarder (boarding student, scholar) n interno

  • (one who boards in a boardinghouse or private home, lodger) n pensionario

boarding (a ship) (act of) [Naut] n abbordage ¬abbordaje, abbordo

  • (binding in paper boards) [Bookbinding] n cartonage ¬cartonaje
  • (pension) n pension
  • ~ school n internato
  • ~ student (boarder) n interno

boardinghouse (pension) n pension

boarding-school n internato

boast (of vaunt) v vantar

  • n pretension vangloriose
  • v vangloriar se, vantar se

boastful (vainglorious) adj vangloriose

boastfulness (vainglory) n vangloria

boasting (vauntery) n vanteria

boast-of v vantar

boat (bark, small vessel) n barca, imbarcation

  • ~ race (regatta) n regata

boatload n barcata

boatman n barchero

boat-race n regata

bob (hair) vt accurtar

  • vi agitar se

bobbin (spool, reel) n bobina

bobsled (bobsleigh) n bobsleigh ¬A

bobsleigh (bobsled) n bobsleigh ¬A

bodice (corsage) n corsage ¬F

bodily (corporal) adj corporal

body (as in body and soul, body of a garment) n corpore

  • (dead) n cadavere
  • (group, corps) n corpore, gruppo
  • (matter, substance) n corpore
  • (of a car, etc.) n carrosseria
  • (physique) n corpore
  • ~ fat (animal fat) n adipe
  • ~ of employees (salariat, class of employees) n salariato

bodyguard n guarda personal, guardacorpore

Boeotia n Beotia

Boeotian (inhabitant of Boeotia) n beotio

  • adj beotie

bog (marsh) n marisco

bogus adj false

Bohemia n Bohemia

Bohemian (1. native or inhabitant of Bohemia; 2. as in social Bohemian) n bohemo

  • (1. of Bohemia or its inhabitants; 2. of social Bohemians) adj bohemic
  • (of Bohemia) adj boheme

boil (be boiling) v bullir

  • (bubble out) v ebullir
  • (furuncle) [Pathol] n furunculo
  • (peas, etc) v cocer, cocer in aqua
  • (water, etc) vt facer bullir
  • n clavo
  • v ferver
  • vi bullir
  • ~ water phr bullir aqua

boil-down v reducer, reducer se

boiled-egg n ovo bullite

boiler (small kettle) n caldieretta

  • n caldiera

boiling (ebullition) n ebullition

  • adj bulliente, ebulliente

boiling-hot adj al puncto de ebullition

boiling-point n puncto de ebullition

boil-over v superfluer, a causa de ebullition

boisterous adj turbulente

boisterousness n turbulentia

bold (be ~) v hardir

  • (daring, hardy) adj hardite

boldness (daring, hardihood) n harditessa

  • (hardihood) n hardimento

Bolivia [Geog] npr Bolivia

Bolivian adj bolivian

  • n boliviano

bolshevik (bolshevist) n bolchevico ¬bolshevico

  • adj bolchevista

bolshevism n bolchevismo ¬bolshevismo

bolshevist (bolshevik) n bolchevista ¬bolshevista

bolshevization n bolchevisation ¬bolshevisation

bolshevize v bolchevisar ¬bolshevisar

bolster n cossino transverse

bolster-up v appoiar, sustener

bolt (for door, etc.) n pessulo

  • (mech) n vite
  • (missile) n quadrello
  • (scamper) (away) v escampar
  • (sift flour, etc. through a bolter) v setassar
  • vt claucer al pessulo

bolter (sifter for bolting flour, etc.) n setasso

bomb (bombard, shell) v bombar

  • (bombshell) n bomba
  • n bomba

bombard (1. [Hist] type of cannon; 2. bombard vessel) n bombarda

  • (cannonade, shell, bomb) v bombardar, cannonar, bombar

bombarder n bombardator

bombardier [Hist] n bombardero

bombardment n bombardamento

bombardon (bass tuba) Mus] n bombardon

  • (brass reed stop on the organ) [Mus] n bombarda

bombast n emphase

bombastic adj emphatic

bomber (one who or that which bombs) n bombator

  • n bombator

bomber-plane n avion-bombator

Bombus [Zool] n bombo

Bonaire [Geog] npr Bonaire

bond (tie) n ligamine, vinculo

  • [Fin] n obligation
  • v glutinar

bondage (serfdom, slavery) n servage ¬servaje

bone (bone of the higher vertebrate animals) n osso

  • (remove bones from) v disossar

bonfire n foco, foco (de gaudio)

bonnet (headgear) n cappotta, cofia

  • (of car) n copertura, copertura del motor
  • [Naut] n bonnette ¬F

bonus n bonus ¬NL, premio

bony (big-boned) adj ossute

  • (osseous) adj ossee, ossose

boo n crito disapprobatori, critar con disapprobation a

booby-trap n trappa explosive

book n libro

  • v reservar

book-case (closed) n bibliotheca

  • ~ -case (open) n libreria

booking n reservation

booking-office n billeteria

bookkeeping (accountancy) n contabilitate

  • (accounting) adj contabile

booklet n brochure

book-maker / bookmaker [Horse racing] n book-maker ¬A

bookmakers n agentia de sponsiones

bookplate (ex libris) n ex-libris

bookseller n librero, venditor de libros

bookshelf n planca, planca pro libros

bookshop (bookstore) n libreria

bookstall n kiosque de libros

bookstore (bookshop) n libreria

boom (fin) n altiamento de precios

  • (flourish) v florer
  • (noise) n strepito resonante
  • (obstruction) n barrage
  • (sound) v tonar

boomerang n boomerang ¬A

booming (humming buzzing) n bombo

boost n stimulo

  • v stimular

boot (- up) v initiar le computator

  • (footwear) n bottina
  • (high boot) n botta
  • (of car) n cala de bagage

bootblack (shoeblack) n lustra-scarpas

booth n barraca

  • n cabina

bootjack n discalceator

bootlace n cordon

bootmaker (shoemaker) n scarpero

boot-up (get ready) v equippar, equippar se

  • ~ -up v initiar le computator

booty (spoil) n spolia

  • n butino

booze n bibitura alcoholic

  • v biber in excesso

borable (punchable) (that can be perforated) adj perforabile

boracic (boric) adj boric

borate [Chem] n borato

borax [Chem] n borace, borax

border (brim, edge) n bordo, margine

  • (brink, edge, brim, rim) n orlo
  • (fimbriate) (finish with a) v fimbriar
  • (fringe) n fimbria, frangia ¬franja
  • (frontier, boundary) n frontiera
  • (provide with a border or edging) v bordar
  • (strip on the edge of anything for strength or ornament, hem, trimming) n bordatura
  • ~ on v confinar con
  • ~ upon (be contiguous to) v confinar
  • ~ upon (neighbor) v avicinar, vicinar

bordered (marginate) adj marginate

bordering (conterminous) adj confin, contermine

  • (fimbriation) n fimbriation

borderline adj marginal, linea de demarcation

bore (bother) n persona o cosa enoiose

  • (drill) v sondar, forar
  • (of gun) n calibre
  • (pierce) v terebrar
  • (tire) v enoiar

bored (be ~) v enoiar se

  • adj enoiate

boredom (ennui) n enoio

borehole (drilled hole) n foratura

borer (drill) n sonda

  • (driller) n forator, sondator

boric (boracic) adj boric

boring (drilling) n sondage ¬sondaje

  • adj enoiose

born (be ~) v nascer

  • (nee) adj nate, nascite
  • ~ four at one birth adj quadrigemine
  • ~ three at one birth (trigeminous) adj trigemine

boron [Chem] n boro

borough (part of city) n burgo

borrow v facer se prestar

borrower n beneficiario de credito / presto, prestario

Borussia (Prussia) n Borussia

Borussian (Prussian) (1. member of the Old Prussian people; 2. old Prussian language) (Old) n borusso

  • (Prussian) (Old) adj borusse

boscage (thicket) n boscage ¬boscaje

Bosnia-Herzegovina [Geog] npr Bosnia e Herzegovina

bosom n sino

Bosporus n Bosporo

boss n chef

  • v dominar

bossy adj autoritari, despotic

botanical adj botanic

botanist n botanista

botanize v botanisar

botany n botanologia, botanica

both adj ambe

  • ~ pron ambes
  • ~ ... and .. conj e ... e ...

bother n enoio, molestia, pena

  • vi dar se pena
  • vt enoiar, vexar

both-of-them adj tote le duo

Botswana [Geog] n Botswana

bottle (for babies) n biberon

  • n bottilia
  • vt imbottiliar

bottleneck (jam) n puncto de strangulation

  • (top of bottle) n collo de bottilia

bottle-opener n aperibottilias

bottom (base) n base

  • (of the sea, of a barrel) n fundo
  • [Anat] n culo
  • n basso
  • n fundo

bottomless adj insondabile, sin fundo

bough (branch) n ramo

boughs (branches) n ramada, ramage, ramaje

bouillon n bouillon ¬F

boulder n petra grosse

boulevard n boulevard

bounce (facer) n saltar

bouncing Bet (soapwort, Fuller's herb) [Bot] n saponaria

bound (destined for) adj destinate

  • (it's - to happen) phr evenira certemente
  • (jump, leap) n salto
  • (jump, leap) v salir
  • (obliged) adj obligate
  • (out of -s) phr foras de limites
  • (tied) adj ligate
  • v saltar

boundary (border, frontier, limit) n frontiera, limite

boundless adj sin limite

bouquet (1. nosegay; 2. perfume exhaled from wine) n bouquet ¬F

  • n bouquet

bourgeois adj burgese

  • n burgese

bourgeoisie (middle class) n burgesia

  • n burgesia

bout (boxing) n combatto, partita

  • [Med] n accesso

bovine adj bovin

bow (bend wire) v curvar

  • (knot) n nodo
  • (obeisance) n inclination, reverentia
  • (prow) [Naut] n proa
  • (rod for playing the violin) n arco, archetto
  • (weapon for shooting arrows) n arco
  • ~ out v congedar
  • v inclinar se

bowel (intestine) n intestino

bowels n intestino

bowk (old English) n barril

bowker (old English) n fabricator de barriles

bowl (basin) n bassinetto, bassino

  • (sport) n bolla
  • v bollar

bow-legged adj valge

bowls (joco de) n bollas

  • (play ~) v jocar al bollas

bowman (archer) n sagittario

box (big ~) n cassa

  • (box tree) n buxo
  • (bushing, axle ~) n cassa de axe
  • (case) n cassa
  • (case) n cassa
  • (case) v cassar
  • (fight with the fists) v boxar
  • (loge) [Theat] n loge ¬F
  • (small ~) n cassa
  • (theat) n loge
  • (tree) n buxo
  • ~ factory n casseria
  • ~ -logia [Theat] n logia ¬loja
  • ~ maker n cassero
  • vi boxar
  • vt cassar

boxer (pugilist) n boxator, pugile

boxing (act of fighting with the fists) n boxa

  • n boxa

boxing-day n festa de sancte stephano

boxing-match n match de boxa

box-number (P.O. ~) n cassa postal

box-office (ticket-window) n billeteria

boxwood (wood of the box tree) n buxo

boy (young man, youth, lad) n garson

  • n garson, puero
  • ~ scout n boy scout ¬A

boycott (boycotting) n boycott, boycottage ¬boycottaje

  • v boycottar

boyfriend (friendly) n amico

  • (lover) n amante

boyhood n pueritia

bra n brassiere

  • n sustenepectore

brace (couple) n par

  • (rope attached to yard for trimming sail) n bracio
  • (support) n supporto
  • [Naut] v braciar
  • v fortificar, reinfortiar

bracelet n bracialetto

  • n manilla

bracers n supportos

brachial adj brachial

brachiopod [Zool] adj brachiopode

  • [Zool] n brachiopodo

brachycephalic [Anthropometry] adj brachycephale

bracket (for wall) n consola

  • (parenthesis) n parenthese

brag (swagger) v fanfaronar, vangloriar

braggart (fanfaron) n fanfaron

Brahma [Hindu Relig] n Brahma

Brahman (Brahmin) n brahman

Brahmanic adj brahmanic

Brahmanism n brahmanismo

Brahmin (Brahman) n brahmin

braid (galloon) n galon

  • (material) n galon
  • (plait) n tressa
  • (plait) v tressar
  • (plait) v tressar
  • (plait, tress) n tressa
  • (trim with braid, with material) v galonar
  • ~ or galloon maker n galonero

braider (plaiter) n tressator

braiding (plaiting) (act of) n tressage ¬tressaje

braille n braille

brain (rack one's -s) v rumper se le capite

  • n cerebro
  • v facer saltar le cerebro

brainwash v facer le lavage del cerebro

brainwashing n lavage del cerebro

brainwave n bon idea

braise v brasar

brake (put on the brakes) v frenar

  • [Mech] n freno

brake-drum n tambur de freno

bran n furfure

branch (bough) n branca, ramo

  • (branch office) n succursal

branched (ramose) adj ramose

  • ~ pattern (flower pattern) n ramage ¬ramaje

branches (boughs) n ramada, ramage ¬ramaje

branchia (gill) [Zool] n branchia

branchial adj branchial

branchiate [Zool] adj branchiate

branchiopod [Zool] n branchiopodo

branch-off v deramar se

  • ~ -off v furcar se

branch-office n filial, succursal

branch-out v expander, expander se

  • ~ -out v furcar, furcar se

brand (branding mark) n stigma

  • (make) n marca
  • (torch) n face
  • (torch) n face, facula
  • v stigmatisar

brandish v brandir

brandishing (action of) n brandimento

brandnew adj flammante

  • ~ -new adj flammante

brandy n brandy ¬A

brasiletto [Bot] n brasiletto

Brasilian adj brasilian

brass (alloy of copper and zinc) n laton

  • adj de laton

brassard (badge worn on one's arm) n bracial

brassière n sustenepectore

brass-wind instrument n cupro

brassworker (brazier) n latonero

brassworks n latoneria

bravado n bravada

brave (courageous) adj brave, coragiose

  • v bravar
  • v defiar

bravery (courage, valor) n braveria, bravura, valentia

bravo (hired assassin) n bravo

brawl n rixa

  • v venir al manos

brazen (of brass) adj de laton

  • (shameless) adj sin vergonia

brazier (brassworker) n latonero

  • n brasiero

Brazil [Geog] npr Brasil

Brazilian adj brasilian

  • n brasiliano

brazilin [Chem] n brasilina

brazilwood n brasil

breach (of contract) n ruptura

  • [Mil] n brecha ¬bresha
  • v facer un brecha in

bread n pan

  • v panar

bread-basket n corbe de pan

bread-knife n cultello de pan

breadth (width) n largor, latitude, largessa

  • (width) n transverso

breadwinner n ganiator del pan, sustentor del familia

break (- even) v finir sin esser le ganiator o le perdente

  • (1. to make come apart or to pieces; 2. to put an end to; 3. to come apart or to pieces) v rumper
  • (a fall) v moderar
  • (a record) v batter
  • (an oath) v violar
  • (cause to break) v franger
  • (in the wrath) n cambiamento
  • (interval) n pausa
  • (of health) v pejorar se
  • (of news) v communicar, divulgar
  • (of weather, voice) v alterar se
  • (snap) n ruptura
  • (snap) vi franger, franger se, rumper, rumper se, fracturar, fracturar se
  • (stop) n interruption
  • (stop) v interrumper
  • (the law) v infringer
  • ~ down (collapse) v collaber
  • ~ into (burst into, irrupt) v irrumper
  • ~ into parts v fractionar
  • ~ into pieces (fracture) v dispeciar
  • ~ of day (dawn) n alba
  • ~ off (rend) v abrumper
  • ~ out (burst forth, erupt) v erumper
  • ~ out again (recrudesce) v recrudescer
  • ~ the fast (stop fasting) v disjejunar
  • ~ wind (let off gas) v peder

breakable adj frangibile

breakableness n frangibilitate

breakage n ruptura

break-away v distaccar se

break-down (analysis) n analyse, analysis

  • ~ -down (car) n panna
  • (collapse) [Med] n collapso
  • ~ -down (of a plan) n insuccesso
  • ~ -down (of car) v faller
  • ~ -down v collaber
  • ~ -down vt abatter

breaker (bone ~) n fracturator

  • (foam-crested wave) n rumpente
  • [Elect] n interruptor

breakfast (have ~) v jentar

  • n jentaculo, jentar
  • v jentar

break-in (by force) vt fortiar

  • ~ -in (wear in) v effrager
  • ~ -in n effraction

breaking (action of) n fraction

  • (rupture) n rumpimento, ruptura
  • ~ in (housebreaking) n effraction
  • ~ into parts (action of) n fractionamento
  • ~ into pieces (fracturing) (act of) n dispeciamento
  • ~ wind (letting off gas) (action of) n pedito

break-out (epidemic, war) n declarar se

  • ~ -out (escape) v escappar
  • ~ -out n escappa

break-through (breach) n penetration

  • ~ -through (progress) n avantiamento decisive
  • ~ -through v penetrar

break-up (disperse) vi dispersar se

  • ~ -up (divorce) n divorcio
  • ~ -up (machinery) v dismartellar
  • ~ -up (of school) v comenciar le vacantias
  • ~ -up n disintegration
  • ~ -up n dispensation
  • ~ -up n dissolution
  • ~ -up n fragmentation
  • ~ -up vt dispersar
  • ~ -up vt fragmentar

breast (1. chest; 2. bosom) n pectore

breastbone (sternum) n sterno

breastplate (for horses) adj pectoral

breath (breathing) n sufflo

  • (out of ~) adv foras de halito, sin halito
  • (wind) n pneuma
  • n halito, sufflo

breathable (respirable) adj respirabile

breathableness (respirability) n respirabilitate

breathe (exhale, give off) v respirar

  • (respire) v respirar, spirar

breathe-in n inspirar

breathe-out v expirar

breather n momento de reposo, pausa

breathing (respiration) n respiration

breathless adj foras de halito, sin halito

breath-taking adj surprendente

breed (hatch) n covata

  • (produce offspring) v prolificar
  • (race) n racia
  • vi prolificar
  • vt elevar
  • vt propagar

breeding (education) n education

  • (prolification) n prolification
  • (rearing) n elevamento
  • (rearing) n propagation
  • (rearing) n reproduction

breeze (light wind) n brisa

  • (waft) n sufflo

Breton n britone

breve [Mus] n breve

breviary n breviario

brevity (1. shortness of time; 2. conciseness, briefness) n brevitate

brew (beer) vt fabricar, preparar

  • (tea) v infunder
  • (trouble) vi preparar se
  • n biberage, infusion

brewer (beer) n birero

brewery n fabrica de bira

bribe n offerta a scopo de corruption

  • v corrumper

bribery n corruption

bric-a-brac n bric-à-brac ¬F

brick n bricca

bricklayer n murator con briccas

bridal adj nuptial

bride n nupta

  • n sponsa

bridegroom n marito, sponso, sposo

bridesmaid n damisella de honor, pronuba

bridge (1. bridge over a river, etc; 2. [Dent]; 3. bridge of a musical instrument) n ponte

  • (build a bridge over) v pontar
  • (structure) n ponte
  • [Cards] n bridge ¬A
  • ~ a gap v repler un lacuna

bridgekeeper n pontero

bridle (a horse, etc.) v frenar

  • (put a bridle on) v bridar
  • n brida
  • v refrenar

brief (short) adj breve

  • [Eccl] n breve
  • n dossier
  • v instruer

briefs (underwear) n calceonettos

brigade [Mil] n brigada

brigadier [Mil] n brigadero

brigand (bandit) n brigante

brigandage (brigandism) n brigantage ¬brigantaje

brigandish adj brigantesc

bright (clever) adj intelligente

  • (dazzling) adj brillante, luminose
  • (flaming) adj flammante
  • (happy) adj allegre
  • (of colours) adj vive
  • (of eyes, weather) adj clar
  • (resplendent) adj splendide
  • (shining, shiny) adj lucide, nitide, lucente
  • ~ red (scarlet, vermilion) adj vermilie

brighten (lighten) vt facer plus brillante

  • (of person) vi allegrar se
  • (weather) v devenir plus clar
  • ~ up (cheer up) (make gay or cheerful) v allegrar

brightness (clarity) n nitor

  • (luminousness) n nitiditate
  • (resplendence) (great) n resplendentia
  • n intensitate de illumination
  • n lustro
  • n splendo

brilliance (brilliancy) (1. great brightness, radiance; 2. splendor, magnificence) n brillantia

  • (fulgidity, shine) n fulgiditate

brilliancy (brilliance) (1. great brightness, radiance; 2. splendor, magnificence) n brillantia

brilliant (beaming, radiant) adj radiante

  • adj brillante
  • ~ idea n idea brillante / luminose
  • n brillante

brilliantine (oily hair dressing) n brillantina

brim (rim, border, brink, edge) n orlo

brine n muria

bring (fetch, lead) v apportar, ducer

  • ~ about (effect) v effectuar
  • ~ forth v producer
  • ~ forth young v fetar
  • ~ in v introducer
  • ~ into being (raise up) v suscitar
  • ~ near (approximate) v approximar
  • ~ on (cause) v causar
  • ~ on (introduce) v introducer
  • ~ out (book) v publicar
  • ~ out (come out with) v facer sortir
  • ~ to a close (to bring to completion) v ultimar
  • ~ together (unite) (in a coalition) v coalisar
  • ~ up v educar
  • v apportar

bring-about v causar, provocar

  • ~ -about v effectuar

bring-back v reportar

bringer n apportator

  • n introductor

bringing to a close or to completion (action of) n ultimation

brink (edge, brim, rim, border) n orlo

brio n brio ¬I

briquette (briquet) n briquette ¬F

brisk (alacritous, eager) adj alacre

briskness (alacrity, eagerness) n alacritate

bristle (set on end) v ericiar

  • (short, stiff hair of hogs, etc.) n seta

bristle-bearing (setiferous) adj setifere

bristle-shaped (setiform) adj setiforme

bristly (setaceous) adj setacee

Bristol board n bristol

Britain (Great ~) n Grande Britannia

  • [Geog] n Britannia

British adj britannic

  • ~ or red oak [Bot] n robore

Briton n britanno

  • n britone

Brittany n Britannia

brittle adj fragile

broach [Locksmithing] n broca

broad (spacious, wide) adj large, late

  • ~ bean n faba

broadcast (radio) v radiodiffunder

  • (spread) vt diffunder, disseminar
  • (tv) v telediffunder
  • adj disseminate, divulgate
  • n transmission

broadcasting (radio) n radiodiffusion

  • (tv) n telediffusion

broaden v allargar

broadening (widening) n allargamento

broad-minded adj liberal, tolerante

broadside (simultaneous discharge of a broadside) Naut] n bordada

brocade n brocato

  • v brocar

brocatel n brocatello

broccoli n broccoli ¬I

brochure (pamphlet) n brochure ¬F

broil (grill, roast) [Cookery] v rostir

broiling (grilling, roasting) [Cookery] n rostimento

broke (out of money, be ~) adj/v. past haber nulle moneta

broken adj rupte

  • ~ English n anglese imperfecte

broker n agente, agente de cambio

bromate [Chem] n bromato

bromic [Chem] adj bromic

bromide [Chem] n bromuro

bromine [Chem] n bromo

bronchial adj bronchial

bronchiole [Anat] n bronchiolo

bronchitis [Pathol] n bronchitis

bronchopneumonia [Pathol] n bronchopneumonia

bronchotome [Surg] n bronchotomo

bronchotomy [Surg] n bronchotomia

bronchus [Anat] n broncho

bronze (give the color of bronze to) v bronzar

  • adj de bronzo
  • n bronzo
  • vt bronzar
  • ~ worker n bronzator

bronzing (act of) n bronzage ¬bronzaje

brooch (clasp, buckle) n fibula

  • n broche ¬F

brood (hatch of birds) n covata

  • (incubate) v incubar
  • (meditate) v meditar
  • (of birds) v covar
  • (of nestlings) n nidata
  • (sit on) (eggs) v covar

brooder (bird that sits on eggs) n covator

  • (female bird that sits on eggs) n covatrice

broody (of birds) n covator

  • (of people) adj meditative

brook (comport, bear, allow) v comportar

  • (small stream) n rivo
  • v tolerar

broom (for sweeping) n scopa

  • [Bot] n genista

brothel n bordello

  • n lupanar

brother n fratre

brotherhood (confraternity) n confraternitate

  • (fraternity) (state of being brothers) n fraternitate

brother-in-law n fratre affin

brotherliness n fraternitate

brotherly (fraternal) adj fraternal, fraterne

  • n fraternal

Brougham (carriage) n brougham ¬A

brow (forehead) n fronte

  • (of eye) n supercilio
  • (of hill) n summitate

browbeat v intimidar

brown (make brown) v imbrunir

  • adj brun
  • ~ coal (lignite) [Mineral] n lignite
  • n brun

browse (of animals) v pasturar

  • (of people) v leger sin methodo

browser (internet) n browser ¬A, lector del tela

bruise (contuse) v contunder

  • (contusion) n contusion
  • (tund, pound) v tunder

bruit v ruitar

Brumaire [Fr. Hist] n brumario

brumal (wintry) adj brumal

brume (fog, mist) n bruma

brumous (foggy, misty) adj brumose

Brunei [Geog] n Brunei

brunette adj brunette

  • n brunetta

brush (1. brushwood, thicket; 2. implement for brushing) n brossa

  • (clean with a brush) v brossar
  • (conflict) n confrontation
  • (graze) (against) v rader
  • (paintbrush) n penicillo, pincel
  • ~ against v racer
  • ~ aside v apartar
  • ~ away v remover, subtraher
  • ~ up (clean) v brossar
  • ~ up (refresh) v repassar, revider

brushmaker n brossero

brushmaking n brosseria

brusque (blunt, rude) adj brusc

brusqueness (brusquerie, bluntness) n bruscheria

brusquerie (bluntness, brusqueness) n bruscheria

Brussels n Brussel, Bruxelles ¬F

brussel-sprouts n caule de brussel

brutal adj brutal

brutality n brutalitate

brutalize v brutalisar

brutally adv brutalmente

brute adj brute

  • n bruto

brutishness (sottishness) n imbrutimento

bryology (muscology) (science of mosses) n muscologia

bubble n bulla

  • ~ out (boil) v ebullir
  • v ebullir

bubbly adj bullose

buccal [Anat] adj buccal

buck (male) n masculo

  • (money) n dollar
  • (stag) n cervo

bucket (ashpan, ash box) (container for ashes) n cineriero

  • (pail) n situla

bucketful (pailful) n situlata

buckle (brooch, clasp) n fibula

  • (clasp) n fibula
  • (fasten) v fixar
  • (twist) n distortion
  • (twist) vt distorquer
  • vi distorquer se

buckler (shield) n scuto

buck-up (encourage) v incoragiar

  • ~ -up (hurry) v hastar
  • ~ -up (take courage) v reprender corage

bud (flower ~) n button del flor

  • (gemmate) v gemmar
  • [Bot] n button

Buddha npr Buddha

Buddhism n buddhismo

Buddhist n/adj buddhista

Buddhistic (Buddhist) adj buddhic

budding (gemmation) n gemmation

budge v mover, mover se

budget (include in the budget) v budgetar ¬budjetar

  • n budget ¬A
  • v budgetar

budgetary adj budgetari ¬budjetari

buffalo [Amer] n bison, bisonte

  • n bufalo

buffer [Comp] n buffer

  • n tampon

buffet (sideboard) n buffet ¬F

  • v batter

buffet-car n wagon buffet, wagon cafeteria

buffoon n buffon

buffoonery (pantaloonery) n pantalonada

  • n buffoneria

bug (annoy) v irritar, vexar

  • (in bed) n cimice
  • (listening device) n microphono (celate)
  • (place devices) v installar microphonos

bugbane [Bot] n cimicaria

bugger [Amer] n muco nasal

  • [Amer] v irritar, vexar
  • n sodomita
  • vi committer sodomia

buggery n sodomia

bugle n trompetta militar

  • v trompettar

bugler n trompettero (militar)

build (construct) v construer, struer

  • (erect a building) v edificar
  • (frame) n corporatura
  • ~ a bridge over (bridge) v pontar
  • ~ a nest v nidificar
  • n corporatura
  • v construer

builder (1. one who builds; 2. one who oversees building operations) n edificator, interprenditor de construction

building (edifice) n edificio

  • (erection) (action of building) n edification

building-contractor n interprenditor de construction

building-site n cantier de construction

  • ~ -site n terreno a construer, terreno de construction

building-society n societate immobiliari

build-up (build) v contruer

  • ~ -up (increase) vt amassar
  • ~ -up n accrescimento
  • ~ -up n amassamento
  • ~ -up vi accrescer

bulb (1. [Bot]; 2. [Anat] a rounded enlargement at one end of a hair, tooth, etc.) n bulbo

  • (lamp, light ~) n ampulla

bulbar adj bulbar

bulbgrower n bulbicultor

bulbgrowing n bulbicultura

bulbiform (bulb-shaped) adj bulbiforme

bulbil (bulblet) [Bot] n bulbillo

bulblet (bulbil) [Bot] n bulbillo

bulbous adj bulbose

bulb-shaped (bulbiform) adj bulbiforme

Bulgaria [Geog] npr Bulgaria

Bulgarian adj bulgare

  • n bulgaro

bulge n protuberantia

  • v protuberar

bulk (cargo) n cargo

  • (in ~) phr in grosso
  • (main mass, main part) n grosso
  • (mass) n massa
  • v parer

bulky (big) adj grosse

bull (bull's, taurine) adj taurin

  • (male bovine animal) n tauro
  • (male) n masculo
  • (papal ~) n bulla

bulldog n bull-dog

  • ~ -dog n bull-dog ¬A

bull-dozer n bulldozer

bullet n bolletta

bulletin n bulletin

bullet-proof n a prova de bolletta

bull-fight n cursa de tauros

bullfighting (tauromachy) n tauromachia

bull's (taurine, bull) adj taurin

bull-shaped (tauriform) adj tauriforme

bully n bruto, tyranno

  • v intimidar, tormentar

bum (buttocks) n culetto, culo

  • (loiterer) n vagabundo

bump (blow) n colpo

  • (lump) n tubere
  • ~ into v impinger contra
  • vi collider

bumper (glass) n vitro plen

  • (of a motor vehicle, etc.) n paracolpos
  • [Rr] tampon
  • adj magnific, magnificente

bumptious (arrogant) adj arrogante

bumpy (of journey) adj pauco confortabile

  • (of road) adj pauco plan

bun (bread) n panetto dulce

  • (hairstyle) n capillos inrolate in -
  • (hairstyle) n nodo

bunch (of flowers) n bouquet

  • (of grapes) n raceme
  • (of keys) n fasce
  • vi serra
  • vt gruppar

bundle (bale) n fardo

  • (fagot) n fascina
  • (of rods, sticks) n fasce
  • (packet, pack) n pacchetto, pacco
  • (shove) v pulsar sin ceremonia
  • (tie in a bundle) v impacchettar, ligar

bungalow n bungalow, casa de un etage

bungle v facer inhabilmente

bunion n callositate

bunk n couchette

bunker (for coal) n deposito de carbon

  • [Mil] n refugio subterranee

buns (cheeks of buttocks) n culettas

buoy (floating object moored to the bottom) [Naut] n boia

  • (keep afloat) v boiar

buoyage (act of providing with buoys) n boiage ¬boiaje

  • (system of buoys) n boiada

buoyant (floating) adj boiante

burden (encumber) v gravar

  • (entrust, charge) v incargar
  • (freight) (of or pertaining to burden, freight, etc.) adj onerari
  • (load) n fardello
  • (load) n onere
  • n onere
  • v onerar

burdensome (onerous) adj onerose

burdock n bardana

bureau (commissioner's position, commissary's position, tenure) n commissariato

  • (desk writing table) n bureau ¬F
  • (office) n cancelleria
  • n bureau

bureaucracy (undue influence of administrative bureaus) n bureaucratia ¬burocratìa

bureaucrat n bureaucrate ¬buròcrate

bureaucratic adj bureaucratic

burglar (housebreaker) n effractor

burglar-alarm n campana antifurto

burglary n effraction

burgle v robar (per medio de effraction)

burgomaster n burgomaestro

Burgundian adj burgundie

  • n burgundio, burgundion

Burgundy n Burgundia

burial (- site) n sepulcro, sepultura

  • (interment, inhumation) n interramento, inhumation

Burkina Faso [Geog] npr Burkina Faso

Burma [Geog] n Burma, Myanmar

burn (1. to be on fire; 2. to cause to be consumed by fire) v arder

  • (blaze) v flagrar
  • (burn up) v urer
  • (cause to ~) v conflagrar
  • (consume) v consumer
  • (hurt, injury, or effect caused by burning) n arditura
  • (ignite) v ignir
  • (incinerate) v incinerar
  • (scorch) v adurer
  • ~ coal v comburer carbon
  • ~ incense before or to [Eccl] v incensar
  • ~ incense v comburer incenso
  • ~ up (burn) v urer
  • ~ up (consume) v comburer

burner (gas ~) n becco de gas

  • n becco

burning (being on fire) n ardimento

  • (causing to be consumed by fire) n ardimento
  • (destroying by fire) (act of) n ustion
  • (scorching) (act of) n adustion
  • adj ardente
  • n combustion

burnish n brunitura

  • v brunir

burnisher (tool used in burnishing) n brunitorio

  • n brunitor

burnishing (burnishment) n brunimento

burnishment (burnishing) n brunimento

burnoose n burnus ¬Ar

burnt (scorched, adust) adj aduste

  • adj ardite, comburite

burn-up v comburer

burrow (dig) v foder

  • n coniliera

burse (scholarship) n bursa

burst (facer) v exploder

  • (facer) v rumper
  • (sunder) v erumper
  • ~ forth (erupt, break out) v erumper
  • ~ into (irrupt, break into) v irrumper
  • n explosion
  • n ruptura
  • ~ of laughter n risada
  • ~ out laughing v erumper in risos

burst-forth v erumper

burst-into v erumper

burst-into-a-room v irrumper in un camera

burst-into-tears v erumper in lacrimas

Burundi [Geog] n Burundi

bury (inter, inhume) v interrar, sepelir, inhumar

bus (omnibus) n omnibus

  • n autobus, bus

bush (shrub) n arbusto

  • [Mech] n anello
  • [Mech] n cossinetto

bushel [Bib] n modio

bushing [Mech] n cassa de axe

  • [Mech] n cassinetto

bushy adj scisse

busily adv occupatemente

business (do - with) v commerciar con

  • (firm) n casa de commercio, firma
  • (fuss) n strepito
  • (it's none of your ~) phr il non vos importa
  • (job) n occupation
  • (matter) n cosa, pragma
  • (trade) n affaires, negotios
  • ~ hours n horas de commercio

business-card n carta de introduction

business-like adj methodic, practic

businessman n homine de affaires, homine de negotios

bus-route n linea de autobus

bus-stop n halto de autobus

bust (1. upper front part of the body; 2. [Art]) n busto

bustle n activitate

  • v agitar se

busy (engaged in work) adj occupate

  • (of people) adj occupate
  • (of street) adj frequentate, populate
  • ~ oneself with v occupar se de
  • v occupar

busybody [Fem] n officiosa

  • [Masc] n officioso

but (save) prep salvo

  • ~ conj ma, mais, sed

butcher (slaughter) v macellar

  • n macellero
  • n macello

butcher's block (chopping board) n hachatoria ¬hashatoria

butchershop n macelleria

butcher's-shop n macelleria

butchery n macellamento

  • n massacro

but-for conj salvo, sin

butler (steward) n dispensero

  • n majordomo

butt (barrel, cask) n botte

  • (buttocks) n culo
  • (of rifle) n calce
  • ~ in v interrumper
  • ~ out v cessar de interrumper
  • v dar un colpo de corno a

butter adj butyrari

  • ~ dairy n butyreria
  • ~ industry n butyreria
  • n butyro
  • v butyrar

buttercup n button de auro

butterfly n papilion

butterman n butyrero

buttery (with butter) adj butyrari

  • adj butyrose

buttock (posterior) n culo

  • (posterior) n posterior

buttocks (podex) n podice

  • n culo

button (fasten with a button or buttons) v buttonar

  • ~ factory n buttoneria
  • ~ manufacture or trade n buttoneria
  • ~ manufacturer or dealer n buttonero
  • n button
  • ~ up v buttonar
  • v buttonar

buttonhole n buttoniera

  • ~ -hole n buttoniera
  • ~ -hole v retener, retener (al passage)

butt-out v cessar de interrumper

buttress [Arch] n contraforte

  • v reinfortiar
  • v sustener

butt-up (abut) v junger

butyrate [Chem] n butyrato

butyric [Chem] adj butyric

butyrine [Chem] n butyrina

butyrous adj butyrose

buy (purchase) v comprar, emer

  • n compra, emption
  • ~ out (indemnify) v disinteressar

buy-back v redimer

buyer (purchaser) n comprator, emptor

buy-out v disinteressar

buy-up (corner the market) v accaparar

buzz (hum, rustle, murmur) n susurro

  • vi susurrar

buzzard (Buteo buteo) n busardo

by (- means of, through, along) prep/adv per

  • (according to) prep secundo
  • (along) prep secundo, secun
  • (by the agency of) prep per
  • (little - little) prep pauc a pauc
  • (made - hand) prep facite a mano
  • (near) prep juxta
  • (near, with, at) prep apud
  • ~ all means prep certo
  • ~ and by prep plus tarde
  • ~ and large prep in grande parte
  • ~ bus adv per / in bus
  • ~ car adv per / in auto
  • ~ chance adv per aventura
  • ~ degrees (little by little, a little at a time, gradually) adv paulatim
  • ~ election adv per election
  • ~ eleven o'clock adv ante dece-un horas
  • ~ heart adv de memoria
  • ~ land adv per terra
  • ~ land and sea adv per terra e per mar
  • ~ means of prep per medio de
  • ~ night adv de nocte
  • ~ no means (not in the least, no!) adv minime
  • ~ no means prep non del toto
  • ~ oneself prep sol, per uno sol
  • ~ reason of (because of, on account of) prep propter
  • ~ saturday adv ante sabbato
  • ~ sight adv de vista
  • ~ the way (BTW) prep/conj a proposito
  • ~ way of (via) prep via

bye (good ~) adv adeo

  • (see ya) adv a revider

bylaw (ordinance, regulation) n statuto

  • n statuto local

bypass n derivation

  • n strata de deviation
  • v derivar

byproduct = by-product n subproducto

bystander n circumstante

byword (proverb) n proverbio

Byzantin adj byzantin

Byzantine n byzantino

Byzantium n Byzantio