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C (the note) [Mus] n do, ut

  • ~ , c (letter ~) n littera c (ce)

cab (cabin) n cabina

  • (horsedrawn) n fiacre
  • (taxi) n taxi

cabal n cabala

cabalist n cabalista

cabalistic adj cabalistic

cabalize (practice cabal) v cabalar

cabaret (1. cabaret shop) n cabaret ¬F

  • n cabaret
  • ~ owner, cabaretier n cabaretero

cabaretier, cabaret owner n cabaretero

cabbage n caule

cabby (taxi driver) n taxista

cabin (hut) n cabana

  • (of ship or vehicle) n cabina
  • ~ , stateroom [Naut] n cabina

cabinet (1. small room) n cabinetto

  • (cupboard) n cabinetto
  • (pol) n consilio de ministros
  • (showcase) n vitrina
  • ~ , showcase n vitrina

cabinet-maker n ebenista

  • ~ , ebonist n ebenista

cabinetmaking n ebenisteria

cable (transmit messages by cable) v cablar

  • n cablo

cable-car (rr) n funicular

  • ~ -car (suspended) n telephero

cablegram n cablogramma

cabriolet (1. cab.; 2. [Motoring] (convertible coupé or roadster) n cabriolet ¬F

cacao (1. cacao tree; 2. cacao bean) n cacao

cackle (of birds) v critar

  • (of people) v rider

caco (bad, evil) [occurring in compounds] adj cac-

cacoethes (1. bad habit; 2. [Med]) n cacoëthe

cacographer (poor speller) n cacographo

cacography (bad spelling) n cacographia

cacophonous (cacophonic) adj cacophone

  • (cacophonic) adj cacophonic

cacophony n cacophonia, voce dissonante

Cactaceae [Bot] n cactaceas

cactaceous [Bot] adj cactacee

cactus n cacto

cadaver (corpse) n cadavere

  • n cadaver

cadaverous (corpse-like) adj cadaverose

caddie [Golfing] n caddie ¬A

cadence (1. rhythmical flow or movement; 2. [Mus] (concluding strain) n cadentia

cadet (1. younger son or brother; 2. student at a military school) n cadetto

  • (midshipman) [Mil/Nav] n aspirante
  • n discipulo militari

cadmium n cadmium

Caesar [Rom. Hist] n Cesare

Caesarean (Caesarian) adj cesaree

Caesarism n cesarismo

caesura [Pros] n cesura

café (coffeehouse) n café ¬F

  • n caffe, cafe

cafeteria n caf(f)eteria

caffeine n caffeina

caftan n caftan

cage (enclosure used for confining animals) n cavia

  • v incaviar

caisson (1. [Mil]; 2. [Engin]; 3. [Arch]) n caisson ¬F

cake (small ~) n pastisseria

  • n torta

calamitous adj calamitose

calamity (1. great public misfortune; 2. serious trouble, distress) n calamitate

calcareous adj calcari

calceiform [Bot] adj calceiforme

calceolaria [Bot] n calceolaria

calceolate [Bot] adj calceolate

calcic [Chem] adj calcic

calciferous adj calcifere

calcification n calcification

calcify v calcificar

calcination n calcination

calcinatory adj calcinatori

calcine v calcinar

calcite n calcite

calcium [Chem] n calcium

  • ~ fluoride [Mineral] n fluorina

calculable adj calculabile

calculate v calcular

calculation n calculation

  • n calculo

calculator (one who calculates) n calculator

  • n calculator

calculous [Med] adj calculose

calculus [Math / Med] n calculo

calefacient (calefactive) [Med] adj calefaciente

calefaction (heating) n calefaction

calefactive (calefacient) [Med] adj calefaciente

calefactor (heater) n calefactor

calendar (almanac) n ephemeride

  • ~ maker n calendarista
  • n calendario

calendula [Bot] n calendula

calf (animal, young of the cow) n vitello

  • (calf's) adj vitellin
  • [Anat] (of the leg) n sura
  • adj vitellin

caliber n calibre

  • ~ rule n calibre

calibrate v calibrar

calibrater n calibrator

calibre n calibre

caliciform (cup-shaped) adj caliciforme

calico n calico

caliph n califa

caliphate n califato

calk (caulk) (ships) v calfatar

calker (caulker) (one who calks ships) n calfatator

calking (caulking) (act of) n calfatage (-aje)

call (be -ed) v esser appellate

  • (call out) vi appellar
  • (command, ask, etc. to come) v vocar
  • (name) v nominar
  • (name) vt appellar
  • (shout) n appello
  • (summon) v advocar
  • (visit) n visita
  • (vocation) n vocation
  • ~ attention to (point out) v relevar
  • ~ back (bid come back) v revocar
  • ~ forth (evoke) v evocar
  • ~ in(to) question (question) v questionar
  • ~ it quits v determinar lo finite
  • ~ it quits v determinar lo quite
  • ~ together (convoke) v convocar

call-back n revisita

  • ~ -back v revisitar
  • ~ -back v revocar

call-box n cabina telephonic

caller (visitor) n visitator

calli- (beauty) [occurring in compounds] n calli-

calligraph (write calligraphically) v calligraphiar

calligrapher n calligrapho

calligraphic adj calligraphic

calligraphy n calligraphia

call-in (call in sick to work) v in-clamar se malade al travalio

  • ~ -in v in-clamar

calling card (business card) n carta de introduction

  • ~ card (phone) n carta de telephonar
  • n vocation

call-on-someone v facer un visita a un persona

callosity (callousness) n callositate

callous adj callose

callousness (callosity) n callositate

call-together v convocar

call-up v telephonar

callus (hard, thickened place on the skin) n callo

  • n callositate

calm (tranquil) adj tranquille

  • adj calme
  • n calma
  • v calmar

calmative n calmante

calm-down v tranquillisar se

calming adj calmante (ppr of calmar)

calomel n calomel

calorie n caloria

calorific adj calorific

calorification n calorification

calorify [Phys] v calorificar

calumniate (slander) v calumniar

calumniation n calumniation

calumniator n calumniator

calumniatory adj calumniatori

calumnious adj calumniose

calumny (slander) n calumnia

Calvary n calvario

calve (calf birth) v parer

  • (ice mass) v disprehender (se)

Calvinism n calvinismo

Calvinist n calvinista

Calvinistic adj calvinistic

calyx (cup) [Bot] n calice

cam n cama

  • n eccentrico

cambist (exchange expert) n cambista

Cambodia [Geog] n Cambodia

  • [Geog] n Kampuchea

camcorder (tv/techn) n camcordatora

camel driver n camelero

  • n camelo

camellia n camellia

cameo n cameo

camera (cine/tv) n camera

  • (still) n apparato photographic
  • ~ film (film) n pellicula

cameraman (tv/techn) n operator (de camera)

Cameroon [Geog] n Cameron

camomile n camomilla

camouflage n camouflage ¬F

  • v camouflagiar

camp (break ~) v discampar

  • (encampment) n campamento
  • (live in a camp) v campar
  • [Mil] n campo
  • ~ out v campar

campaign n campania

campanile (belltower) n campanil

campanula (bellflower) n campanula

campanulaceous adj campanulacee

campanulate [Bot] adj campanulate

camp-bed n lecto de campo

camphor (camphoric) adj camphoric

  • n camphora
  • ~ tree [Bot] n camphoriero

camphorate (camphor) v camphorar

  • (salt of camphoric acid) [Chem] n camphorato

camphorated (camphor) adj camphorate (pp of camphorar)

camping (- site) n terreno de camping

  • n camping

campus n campo

can (am, are, is able) vi pote

  • n cassa de latta
  • vt conservar

Canaan [Bib] n Canaan

Canaanite [Bib] n canaanita

Canada [Geog] n Canada

  • ~ porcupine [Zool] n urson

Canadian adj canadian

  • n canadiano

canaille (rabble, mob) n canalia

canal (1. artificial watercourse; 2. [Anat]) n canal

canalicular adj canalicular

canaliculus n canaliculo

canalization (1. construction of canals; 2. system of canals or conduits) n canalisation

canalize v canalisar

canary (canary bird) n canario

  • (Island) n Canaria
  • (of the Canary Islands) adj canari
  • adj canari
  • ~ Islands [Geog] n le Insulas Canari

cancan n cancan ¬F

cancel (annul by crossing out) v cancellar

  • (make void, annul) v annullar
  • (revoke) v revocar

canceler n cancellator

cancellation (act of annulling by crossing out) n cancellation

  • (annulment) n annullation

cancer (astron) n cancere

  • (illness) n cancere

cancerous adj cancerose

candelabra (candelabrum) n candelabro

candid (straightforward) adj candide

candidate for the doctor's degree n doctorando

  • n candidato

candidature (candidacy) n candidatura

candle (in church) n cereo

  • (ordinary) n candela

candlelight n lumine de candela

candlestick n candeliero

candor (candour) n candor

  • (straightforwardness) n candor

candy (crystallized sugar) n sucro candite

  • (sweet) n bonbon
  • ~ box n bonboniera
  • n confecto

cane (1. [Bot] (reed; 2. walking stick) n canna

  • (as in to weave into a cane chair) v cannar
  • (of child) v bastonar
  • (stick) n baston
  • (walking stick) n baston

canicula (Dog Star) [Astron] n canicula

canicular (1. [Astron]; 2. as in canicular days) adj canicular

canine adj canin

caning (chairs) (act of) n cannage (-aje)

cannabis n cannabe

cannibal (anthropophagous, man-eating) adj anthropophage

  • (cannibalistic) adj cannibal
  • (man-eater) n anthropophago
  • n cannibal

cannibalism (anthropophagy) n anthropophagia

  • n cannibalismo

cannibalistic adj cannibal

cannibalize v cannibalisar

cannon (carom) [Billiards] n carambola

  • (carom) [Billiards] v carambolar
  • (gun) n cannon, cannones

cannonade (bombard) v cannonar

  • n cannonada

cannoneer n cannonero

cannons collectively n cannoneria

cannot v non pote

cannula [Surg] n cannula

canoe n canoa

  • v canoar

canoeing n canoage ¬canoaje

canoeist n canoero

canon (1. law of a church; 2. standard; 3. part of the Mass; 4. list of saints; 5. canonical books of the Bible; 6. [Mus]; 7. [Print]) n canone

  • (canyon) n cañon ¬H
  • (member of a Cathedral Chapter) n canonico
  • (mus/bib) n canone

canonical adj canonic

canonicate n canonicato

canonicity n canonicitate

canonist n canonista

canonization n canonisation

canonize v canonisar

can-opener n aperilattas

canopy (over altar, throne) n baldacchino

  • (over bed) n celo (de lecto)

canorous (ringing, melodious) adj canor

canorousness n canoritate

can't (cannot) v non pote

cantabile [Mus] n cantabile

cantata [Mus] n cantata

canteen (place for meals) n restaurante

  • (Post Exchange) [Mil] n cantina
  • [Mil] n cantina
  • ~ manager (female sutler) n vivandera
  • ~ manager (male sutler) n vivandero

canteenkeeper (sutler) n cantinero

canter n parve galopo

  • v ir a parve galopo

canticle (hymn) n cantico

cantilena [Mus] n cantilena

canto n canto

canton [Admin] n canton

cantonal adj cantonal

canvas (1. heavy closely woven cloth of hemp or flax; 2. Cross-stitch canvas) n canevas

  • (oil painting) n tela

canvass v ambir

canyon (cañon) n cañon ¬H

  • n canon

caoutchouc (crude rubber) n cauchu

cap (1. metal cover that seals a bottle; 2. percussion cap) n capsula

  • (headgear, man’s cap) n bonetto
  • (of radiator, tank) n tappo
  • n tocca
  • ~ seller (capmaker) n bonettero
  • ~ seller's (store) n bonetteria
  • v capsular

capability n capabilitate, capacitate

capable adj capabile, capace

  • ~ of being cut (divisible) adj secabile
  • ~ of being dissipated (dissipable) adj dissipabile
  • ~ of being simplified adj simplificabile
  • ~ of living (viable) adj viabile

capacious adj capace

capacity (1. receiving power; 2. capability) n capacitate

  • (in the - of) n in qualitate de

cape (clothing) n cappa

  • (headland) [Geog] n capo

Cape-Cod [Geog] n Cape Cod, Capo Cod

capelet [Veter. Surg] n cappelletto

capeline [Med] n cappellina

Capernaite (1. native or inhabitant of Capernaum; 2. [Eccl/Hist]) n capernaita

Capernaum n Capharnaum, Capernaum

Capetian adj capetian

  • n capetiano

Cape-Town [Geog] n Citate del Capo, Cape Town

Cape-Verde [Geog] n Capo Verde

capillaceous adj capillacee

capillarity n capillaritate

capillary adj capillar

capital (1. capital city of a state or country; 2. [Fortif]; 3. [Econ]) n capital

  • (1. pertaining to the head; 2. standing at the head; 3. of primary importance) adj capital
  • (as in capital letter) adj majuscule
  • (capital letter) n majuscula
  • [Arch] n capitello

capital-expenditure n immobilisationes

capitalism n capitalismo

capitalist (owner of capital) n capitalista

capitalization (action of capitalizing) n capitalisation

capitalize (turn into capital) v capitalisar

capital-letter n littera majuscule

capital-sentence n sententia de morte

capitate [Bot] adj capitate

capitation n capitation

Capitol n Capitolio

capitular (pertaining to a ecclesiastical chapter) adj capitular

capitulation n capitulation

capmaker (cap seller) n bonettero

capon n capon

caponcote n caponiera

caponier [Fortif] n caponiera

capote (bonnet with strings for women) n cappotta

  • (long cloak or overcoat) n cappotto

capping (of a bottle) n capsulage ¬capsulaje

caprice (1. sudden change of mind; 2. [Mus/Art] (capriccio) n capricio

  • (whim) n luna

capricious (whimsical) adj lunatic

  • adj capriciose

capriciousness n capriciositate

Capricorn [Astron] n Capricorno

caprine (goat-like) adj caprin

capsize v inverter (se)

capstan n cabestan

capsular adj capsular

capsule (1. [Anat/Zool]; 2. [Bot]; 3. [Pharm]; 4 . [Chem] (shallow dish for evaporating, etc.) n capsula

captain (of coasting vessel, ship) n patrono

  • [Army, Navy, Sport] n capitano
  • v capitanar

caption n legenda

captious (as in captions questions) adj captiose

captivate v captivar

captive (1. held as a prisoner; 2. captivated) adj captive

  • n captivo

captivity n captivitate

capture (act or fact of capturing) n captura

  • v captivar
  • v capturar

Capuchin [Eccl] n cappucino

car (auto, motorcar) n auto, automobile

  • (carriage, coach) n cochi ¬coshi, carro
  • (dining ~) n wagon restaurante
  • (of a lift/elevator) n cabina
  • (railroad) n wagon
  • (sleeping ~) n wagon lectos
  • (wagon, carriage) n carro
  • ~ park n parco de automobiles

carabineer n carabinero

carafe n carrafa

caramel (1. burnt sugar; 2. caramel candy) n caramello

carat (1. one 24th part; 2. [Weight]) n carat

caravan n caravana

caravansary (caravanserai) n caravanseralio

caravanserai (caravansary) n caravanseralio

caravella n caravel

caraway n carvi

  • n cumino

carbide (carburet) [Chem] n carburo

carbine n carabina

carbolic adj phenic

carbon [Chem] n carbon

carbonate [Chem] n carbonato

  • [Chem] v carbonatar

carbon-copy (copia al papiro) n carbon

carbon-dioxide n anhydrido carbonic

carbonic adj carbonic

carboniferous (containing carbon or coal) adj carbonifere

carbonization (act of converting into a residue of carbon) n carbonisation

carbonize (convert into a residue of carbon) v carbonisar

carbonous [Chem] adj carbonose

carbon-paper n papiro carbon

carbuncle (1. smooth, round garnet or other deep-red jewel; 2. [Med]) n carbunculo

carbuncular [Med] adj carbunculose

carburet (carbide) [Chem] n carburo

  • [Chem] v carburar

carburetant n carburante

carburetion [Chem] n carburation

carburetor (carburettor) n carburator

carcass n cadavere

  • n carcassa

carcinoma [Pathol] n carcinoma

card (1. to provide with cards; 2. to enter upon a card) v cartar

  • (business ~) n carta de introduction
  • (credit ~) n carta de credito
  • (phone ~) n carta de telephonar
  • (wire brush for combing out wool, etc.) n pectine
  • ~ catalogue (card index) n cartotheca
  • ~ index (card catalogue) n cartotheca
  • n carta
  • ~ of the suit of clubs (club) [Cards] n trifolio
  • ~ of the suit of diamonds (diamond) [Cards] n quadro
  • v cardar

cardboard (pasteboard) n carton

  • ~ factory n cartoneria
  • ~ maker n cartonero
  • ~ making n cartoneria

carder n cardator

  • n pectinator

cardful (of wool) n cardata

cardia (cardiac orifice of the stomach) [Anat] n cardia

cardiac adj cardiac

cardialgia (heartburn) [Pathol] n cardialgia

cardigan n tricot

cardinal (1. [Eccl]; 2. cardinal bird) n cardinal

  • (of first importance) adj cardinal
  • adj cardinal

cardinalate n cardinalato

carding (1. action of carding; 2. roll of wool or cotton from carding machine) n cardatura

  • ~ mill n carderia

cardiograph n cardiographo

cardiography n cardiographia

cardiology n cardiologia

cardiopathy n cardiopathia

cardiosclerosis [Pathol] n cardiosclerosis

cardmaker n cartero

cardoon [Bot] n cardo

card-punch [Comp] n perforator de cartas

card-reader [Comp] n lector de cartas

care (attention) n sollicitude, attention

  • (charge) n responsabilitate, carga
  • (take - of) v custodiar
  • (take - of) v respicer
  • (take ~) v attention!, cura te!
  • (worry) n inquietude
  • ~ for (keep in one's custody, safeguard) v custodiar
  • ~ for v coler
  • v inquietar se

careen (cause to heel over) [Naut] v carinar

careening (act of) n carinage ¬carinaje

career (course of continued progress in the life of a person, nation, etc.) n carriera

care-for (fond of) v amar

  • ~ -for (fond of) v tener a

care-free (cheerful) adj allegre

  • ~ -free (free from worry) adj libere de inquietude
  • ~ -free (heedless) adj nonchalant

careful adj attente, attentive

  • ~ examination (close scrutiny) n perscrutation

carefulness (caution) n attention

  • (discretion) n prudentia

careless adj inattente, negligente

carelessness (lack of care) n incuria

  • n inattention, negligentia

care-of (send a letter) v a presso de

caress n caressa

  • v caressar

care-taker n portero, custode

cargo n cargo

Carib adj caribe

  • n caribe

Caribbean adj caribe

  • ~ Sea n mar Caribe

caricature n caricatura

  • v caricaturar

caricaturish adj caricatural

caricaturist n caricaturista

caries n carie

carillon (chimes) n carillon ¬F

  • ~ player (chimes player) n carillonator

Carinthia n Carinthia

carious (affected with caries) adj cariate, cariose

Carlovingian (Carolingian) adj carolinge

  • (Carolingian) n carolingo

carmine n carmino

carnage n carnage ¬carminaje

carnal adj carnal

carnality n carnalitate

carnally adv carnalmente

carnation [Art] n carnation

  • n diantho

carnival (Shrovetide) n carneval

  • adj carnevalesc
  • n carneval

carnivore (meat eater, creophagist) n carnivoro, creophago

carnivorous (meat-eating, creophagous) adj carnivore, creophage

carol n canto de natal

Carolina n Carolina

Carolingian (Carlovingian) adj carolinge

  • (Carlovingian) n carolingo

carom (cannon) [Billiards] n carambola

  • (cannon) [Billiards] v carambolar
  • ~ ball [Billiards] n carambola

carotene (carotin) [Chem] n carotina

carp [Ichthyol] n carpa

carpal [Anat] adj carpal

carpenter n carpentero

carpentry n carpenteria

carpet (tapestry, rug) n tapis ¬F, tapete

carpo-, carp- (fruit) [occurring in compounds] n carpo-, carp-

carpus (wrist) [Anat] n carpo

carriage (car, wagon) n carro

  • (charge, deportment) n porto
  • (coach, car) n cochi ¬coshi
  • (equipage) (with or without horses) n equipage ¬equipaje
  • (railway) n carro
  • (typewriter) n carro
  • ~ house n remissa

carriageway n parte vehicular (del strata)

carrier (aircraft ~) n portaaviones

  • (aircraft) n portaaeroplanos
  • (bearer) n portator

carrier-bag n tasca

carrion (putrid) adj caroniose

  • n caronia

carrot n carota

carrousel (1. [Man]; 2. merry-go-round) n carosello

carry (bear) v portar

  • ~ back v reportar
  • ~ on (practice) v exercer
  • ~ or take away (remove) v levar
  • ~ out, execute v exequer
  • ~ to excess or to extremes v ultrar

carry-back v reportar

carry-cot v cuna portabile

carry-forward v transportar

carrying back (action of) n reportamento

  • ~ or taking away (removing) (act of) n levamento

carry-off (by force) v raper

  • ~ -off (remove) v levar

carry-on (continue) v continuar

  • ~ -on (practise) v exercer

cart (four wheels) n carro

  • (transport in a cart) n carrear
  • (two wheels, two-wheeled vehicle) n carretta
  • ~ driver (carter) n carrettero
  • vt carrear

carte [Fencing] n quarta

cartel (1. written challenge; 2. written agreement as to the exchange or ransom of prisoners; 3. [Commer]) n cartel

  • (trust) n trust ¬A

cartelist n cartelista

cartelization n cartelisation

cartelize v cartelisar

carter (cart driver) n carrettero

Cartesian devil [Phys] n ludion

Carthage n Carthagine, Carthago

Carthaginian n puno

cart-horse n cavallo de tracto

Carthusian (Carthusian monk) n cartusiano

  • (of Chartreuse or Carthusians) adj cartusian

cartilage n cartilagine

  • n chondro

cartilaginous adj cartilaginose

cart-load n carrettata

cartographer n cartographo

cartographic adj cartographic

cartography n cartographia

carton (cardboard box) n carton

cartoon (design for painting, tapestry, etc.) n carton

  • n caricatura
  • n carton

cartoonist n designator (satiric), caricaturista

cartridge [Mil] n cartucha ¬cartusha

  • ~ box (cartridge case) n cartuchiera ¬cartushiera
  • ~ factory n cartucheria ¬cartusheria

carve (of meat) v trenchar

  • (of statues) v sculper

carved (sculptured, graven) adj sculpte, sculpite

carving n gravure

  • n sculptura

carving-knife n cultello de trenchar

cary-, caryo- n cary-, caryo-

Caryae [Anc. Geog] n Caryas

caryatid [Arch] n caryatide

caryo-, cary- (nut) [Biol] [occurring in compounds] n caryo-, cary-

caryopsis [Bot] n caryopse

cascade (waterfall) n cascada

  • v cascadar

case (box) n cassa

  • (box) v cassar
  • (chest) n coffro
  • (event) n caso
  • (in any ~) n in omne caso
  • (kit) n necessaire ¬F
  • (lawsuit) n causa (legal)
  • (special condition) n caso
  • (suit-) n valise
  • [Gram] n caso
  • [Med] n caso
  • ~ ¬F (for eyeglasses, cigars, etc.) n etui ¬F

casein n caseina

cash (- in) v cassar

  • n moneta contante

cash-book n libro de cassa

cashbox (till) (also: place, office, establishment, etc. where money is kept, received or paid, as cashier's desk, savings bank, sick fund, etc.) n cassa

cash-desk n cassa

cashew n acaju

cashier (quash, annul) v cassar

  • n cassero
  • v cassar
  • v dimitter

cashiering (cashierment) n cassation

cashmere adj cachmir

casino (building used for social meetings, gambling, etc.) n reducto

  • (public place of amusement) n casino

cas-iron adj ferro fundite

cask (butt, barrel) n botte

  • (tun) n tonna
  • (tun) n tonnello
  • n barril

casket (chest) n cassa

  • (chest, coffer) n coffro
  • (coffin) n cassa
  • (coffin) n sarcophago
  • (small box) n cassetta

Caspian adj caspie

  • n Caspio

cassation (quashing) n cassation

casserole n marmita

cassette n cassetta

cassock n sottana

cast (a statue, etc.) v modular

  • (found) [Metal] v funder
  • (hurl, throw) v jacular
  • (mould) n forma
  • (of metal) v funder
  • (theat) n truppa
  • (throw) n projection
  • (throw) v projectar
  • ~ skin (slough) (of a serpent etc.) n spolia

castanet n castanietta

cast-down v abatter

caste n casta

castellan n castellano

Castile n Castilia

Castilian (1. inhahitant of Castile; 2. Castilian language, Spanish) n castiliano

  • adj castilian

casting (of metal) n pecia fundite

  • (of the skin of a serpent, etc.) n spoliamento
  • (theat) n distribution (de rolos)
  • (throwing) n projection

castle (1. fortified seigniorial mansion; 2. [Naut]) n castello

  • (rook) [Chess] n roc, turre

Castor (1. [Gr. Mythol]; 2. [Astron]) n Castor

  • (castoreum) n castoreo

castrate (geld, emasculate) v castrar, emascular

  • n castrato

castration (gelding) n castration

castrator (gelder) n castrator

casual (as in casual profit) adj casual

casually adv casualmente

casualty (loss) n perdita

  • (victim) n sinistrato
  • (victim) n victima

casuist n casuista

casuistry n casuistica

cat (domestic cat) n catto

  • (m) (tom ~) n catto
  • (rain -s and dogs) n pluver in torrentes
  • n catta

cataclysm n cataclysmo

cataclysmal (cataclysmic) adj cataclysmic

cataclysmic (cataclysmal) adj cataclysmic

catacomb n catacomba

catafalque n catafalco

Catalan (1. inhabitant of Catalonia; 2. Catalan language) n catalano

  • adj catalan

catalepsy (1. [Med]; 2. [Philos]) n catalepsia

cataleptic adj cataleptic

  • n cataleptico

catalog (catalogue) n catalogo

  • (catalogue) v catalogar

catalogue n catalogo

  • v catalogar

cataloguer n catalogator

Catalonia n Catalonia

catalysis [Physical Chem] n catalyse

catalyst n catalysator

catalytic adj catalytic

catalyze v catalysar

catamaran n catamaran

cataplasm (poultice) [Med] n cataplasma

catapult (1. [Gr. and Rom. Antiq]; 2. [Aeronaut]) n catapulta

  • v catapultar

cataract (1. waterfall; 2. [Med]) n cataracta

catarrh (cold, rheum) n rheuma

  • (flu, cold) n catarrho

catarrhal (rheumy) adj rheumatic

  • adj catarrhal

catarrhine [Zool] adj catarrhin

  • [Zool] n catarrhino

catarrhous adj catarrhose

catastrophe (1. sudden disaster; 2. [Drama]) n catastrophe

catastrophic adj catastrophic

catch (an illness, train) v prender

  • (grasp) n prisa
  • (haul) (of fishes) n pisca
  • (on door) n pessulo
  • (seize) v attrappar
  • (seize, take, take hold of) v prender
  • (trap) n trappa
  • ~ a glimpse of (catch sight of) v intervider
  • ~ in a trap (trap) v trappar
  • ~ sight of (catch a glimpse of) v intervider

catching (seizure) n captura, caption

  • adj contagiose

catch-up v reattrappar

catchword [Print] n reclamo

catchy adj facile a retener

  • adj insidiose

catechesis n catechese

catechetic (catechetical) adj catechetic

catechetical (catechetic) adj catechetic

catechetics n catechetica

catechism n catechismo

catechist n catecheta, catechista

catechistic adj catechistic

catechize [Eccl] n catechisar

catechumen [Eccl] n catechumeno

catechumenate n catechumenato

categorical (categoric) (1. [Philos] (pertaining to a logical category; 2. asserting absolutely) adj categoric

categorize v categorisar, classificar

category (1. [Philos]; 2. group or division in a system of classification) n categoria

  • (predicament) [Philos] n predicamento

catenary adj catenari

cater (supply, furnish) v approvisionar

caterer n approvisionator

cater-for v provider a

catering n approvisionamento

caterpillar [Entom] n eruca

cathedral adj cathedral

  • n cathedral

cathode [Elec] n cathodo

cathodic adj cathodic

catholic (roman ~) adj catholico roman

  • [Eccl] adj catholic
  • adj catholic

Catholicism [Eccl] n catholicismo

catholicize v catholicisar

cation [Phys] n cation

catoptric (pertaining to a mirror or to reflected light) [Phys] adj catoptric

catoptrics (the science of reflected light) n catoptrica

catoptro-, catoptr- (mirror) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n catoptro-, catoptr-

catoptromancy (divination by means of mirrors) n catoptromantia

cattle (livestock) n bestial

  • ~ barn (sty, stable) n stabulo
  • ~ bell n sonalia

cattleman n bovero

Caucasia n Caucasia

Caucasian (1. native of the Caucasus; 2. white person) n caucasiano

  • (1. pertaining to the Caucasus; 2. [Anthropol] (white) adj caucasian

Caucasus n Caucaso

caudal adj caudal

caudate (caudated) adj caudate

caudated (caudate) adj caudate

cauldron (large kettle) n caldieron

cauliflower n caule flor

caulk (calk) (ships) v calfatar

caulker (calker) (one who calks ships) n calfatator

  • n stoppator

caulking (calking) (act of) n calfatage ¬calfataje

causal adj causal

causality (relation of cause and effect) n causalitate

causation n causation

causative (pertaining to causation) adj causative

cause disassimilation [Physiol] v disassimilar

  • n causa
  • ~ repugnance v repugnar
  • ~ to be brilliant (give brilliance to) v brillantar
  • ~ to branch out (ramify) v ramificar
  • ~ to break (break) v franger
  • ~ to decay (rot) v corrumper
  • ~ to deviate (turn aside) v disviar
  • ~ to mortify [Pathol] v mortificar
  • ~ to mutiny v motinar
  • v causar
  • v effectuar

causer n causator

cause-way n dica

causing flatulence (flatulent) n flatuose

  • ~ to devolve or transfer by devolution adj devolutive

caustic (1. corrotive; 2. sarcastic; 3. [Math]) adj caustic

  • (mordant, biting) adj mordente (ppr of morder)
  • [Math] n caustica
  • [Med] adj urente (ppr of urer)

causticity n causticitate

cauterization [Med] n cauterisation, adustion, ustion

cauterize [Med] v cauterisar, urer, adurer

cautery (agent used in cauterizing) n cauterio

caution (care) n prudentia

  • (forewarn, warn) v prevenir
  • (warning) n reprimenda

cautious adj caute

cavalcade n cavalcada

cavalier (1. gallant; 2. [Hist]; 3. [Fortif]) n cavallero

cavalry n cavalleria

cave (cavern) n cava

  • (hollow out) v cavar

cave-in n collaber

cavern (cave) n caverna

cavernous (1. abounding in caverns; 2. like a cavern) adj cavernose

caviar n caviar

cavil (quibble) n argutia

  • (quibble) v argutiar

caviling (quibbling) adj argutiose

cavity (grave, pit) n fossa

  • (hole, hollow) n cavo
  • n cavitate

caw (croak) v coaxar

  • n coax

cawing (croaking) (act of) n coaxamento

Cayman Islands [Geog] n le Insulas Cayman

cease (stop) (1. to come to an end; 2. to bring to an end) v cessar

cease-fire n cessa-le-foco

ceaseless (incessant) adj incessante

ceasing adj cessante (ppr of cessar)

cedar n cedro

cede (yield) v ceder

cedilla n cedilla ¬H

ceditious adj seditiose

ceiling (limit) n limite

  • (of room) n tecto

celebacy n celibato

celebrant (priest officiating at the mass) n celebrante

celebrate (1. to perform the ceremony of; 2. to observe, honor by public ceremonies, festivities etc.; 3. to praise highly) v celebrar

  • (give renown to) v renominar
  • (keep) (a festival or feast day) v festar
  • ~ the Bacchanalia v bacchar

celebrated (famous) adj celebre

celebration n celebration

celebrator n celebrator

celebrity (1. fame; 2. celebrated person) n celebritate

celery n seleri

celesta [Mus] n celesta

celestial (heavenly) adj celestial, celeste

celestine (celestite) n celestina

  • (celestite) n celestite

celestite (celestine) n celestina

  • (celestine) n celestite

celibacy n celibato

celibate adj celibe

  • n celibatario

cell (of a honeycomb) n alveolo

  • (small room or compartment) n cella
  • [Biol] n cellula
  • [Elect] n pila
  • ~ division (karyokinesis) [Biol] n caryocinese

cellar (salt ~) n saliera

  • n cellario

cellarer n cellariero

cell-like adj alveolari

cello [Mus] n violoncello

cellophane n cellophan

cellular adj cellular

celluloid n celluloide

cellulose n cellulosa

cellulous adj cellulose

Celt n celta

Celtiberian [Anc. Hist] n celtibero

Celtic adj celtic

cement (1. [Constr]; 2. [Anat] cementum; 3. [Metal] powder used in cementation) n cemento

  • (1. to unite by means of a cement; 2. [Metal] subject to cementation) v cementar
  • (putty) v masticar

cementation (1. [Constr]; 2. [Metal]) n cementation

cemetery (graveyard) n cemeterio

  • (necropolis) n necropole

ceno-, cen- (coeno-, coen-) (common) [occurring in compounds] adj ceno-, cen-

cenobite n cenobita

cenoby n cenobio

cenotaph n cenotaphio

Cenozoic [Geol] adj cenozoic

  • [Geol] n cenozoico

censer n incensario, incensorio

censor (1. [Rom. Antiq]; 2. official in charge of censorship) n censor

  • (proctor, monitor) [School] n censor
  • v censer, submitter al censura

censorial adj censorial

censorship (1. act of censoring; 2. office of a censor) n censura

censurable adj censurabile

censure (blame) v culpar

  • n censura
  • n reproche
  • v censurar
  • v reprochar

census (return count) n censimento

  • (take a ~) v censer
  • n censo
  • ~ taker n censor

cent (per ~) n per cento

  • [Monet] n cent (pl cents) ¬A

centaur [Mythol] n centauro

Centaurea [Bot] n centaurea

centaury [Bot] n centaurea

centavo [Monet] n centavo ¬H ¬P

centenarian adj centenari

  • n centenario

centenary (centennial) adj centenari

  • (centennial) n centenario

centennial (centenary) adj centenari

  • (centenary) n centenario
  • adj centenial

center (central office, central plant) n central

  • (centre) n centro
  • (middle point) n centro
  • (place or collect at the center) v centrar

centesimal adj centesimal

centesimo [Monet] n centesimo (pl centesimi) ¬I

centiare (one hundredth part of an are) n centiar

centigrade (having, pertaining to a system of, one hundred degrees) adj centigrade

centigram n centigramma

centiliter (centilitre) n centilitro

centilitre (centiliter) n centilitro

centime [Monet] n centime ¬F

centimeter (centimetre) n centimetro

centimetre (centimeter) n centimetro

centimo [Monet] n centimo ¬H

centipede (millepede) n mille-pedes, millepedes

centistere [Metric System] n centistereo

central (centric) adj central, centric

  • ~ office (central plant, center) n central

Central-African-Republic [Geog] n Republica Centro-African

central-heating n calefaction central

centralization n centralisation

centralize v centralisar

centralizer n centralisator

centrally adv centralmente

centre (center) n centro

centrifugal adj centrifugal, centrifuge

centrifugation n centrifugation

centrifuge v centrifugar

centripetal adj centripete

centumvir [Rom. Antiq] n centumviro

centumviral adj centumviral

centumvirate n centumvirato

centuple adj centuple

  • v centuplar

centuplicate (hundredfold) adj centuplicate (pp of centuplicar)

  • v centuplicar

century (period of 100 years) n seculo

cephal-, cephalo- (head) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n cephal-, cephalo-

cephalalgia [Pathol] n cephalalgia

cephalic n cephalic

cephalopod [Zool] n cephalopodo

cer-, cerat-, cerato-, cerot- (horn) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n cer-, cerat-, cerato-, cerot-

ceramic adj ceramic

ceramics (1. art of making pottery, earthenware, etc.; 2. pottery ware) n ceramica

ceramist n ceramista

ceramography (study and description of pottery) n ceramographia

cerate [Pharm] n cerato

Cerberus [Mythol] n Cerbero

cereal adj cereal

  • n cereal

cerebellar adj cerebellar

  • adj cerebellose

cerebellum n cerebello

cerebral adj cerebral

cerebrate v cerebrar

cerebration n cerebration

cerebritis (encephalitis) n cerebritis

cerebro-cardiac adj cerebro-cardiac

cerebro-spinal adj cerebro-spinal

ceremonial n ceremonial

ceremonially adv ceremonialmente

ceremonious (devoted to forms and ceremonies) adj ceremoniose

  • (reverential) (over) adj reverentiose

ceremony n ceremonia

cereus [Bot] n cereo

ceromancy n ceromantia

certain (1. objectively certain; 2. convinced; 3. as in a certain ...) adj certe

  • (sure) (1. not doubting; 2. not doubtful) adj secur

certainly (truly) adv quidem

  • adv certo, certemente, claro
  • ~ ! interj certo!, certemente!, claro!

certainty (1. objective certainty; 2. certitude) n certitude

  • (sureness) n securitate

certificate (certification) n attestation

  • (representing money value) n bono
  • n certificato

certification (act of certifying) n certification

certified (having been granted a diploma, license, etc.) adj diplomate

certifier n certificator

certify (guarantee as true or correct) v certificar, attestar

cerumen (earwax) n cerumine

ceruminous (waxy) adj ceruminose

ceruse (white lead) n cerussa

cerussite [Mineral] n cerussite

cervelat (saveloy) (sausage) n cervelata

cessation n cessation

cession (assignment) [Law] n cession

Ceylon [Geog] n Ceylon, Sri Lanka

ceylonese adj cingalese

ceylonite (pleonaste) [Mineral] n pleonasto

Chad [Geog] n Chad

chaeta (spine, bristle) [Zool] n cheta

chaetopod (chaetopodous) [Zool] adj chetopode

chafe v frictionar

  • v irritar

chaff (husks separated from the grain hy winnowing) n vannatura

chain (measure with a surveyor's chain) v catenar

  • n catena
  • ~ reaction n reaction in catena
  • ~ up (enchain) v incatenar
  • v incatenar

chair (in a university) n cathedra

  • (professorate) n professorato
  • (seat for one person) n chaise ¬F
  • n sede
  • v presider

chairman (president, presiding judge) (one who presides) n presidente

chairman's (presidential) adj presidential

chairperson n presidente

chairwoman n presidente (femina)

Chaldea [Geog] n Chaldea

Chaldean (language) n chaldeo

  • adj chaldee, chaldeic
  • n chaldeo

chalet n chalet ¬F

chalice (cup, goblet) n calice

chalk (1. soft limestone; 2. piece of chalk or chalklike material for writing or drawing) n creta

chalky (of chalk) adj cretose

challenge n defia

  • ~ to answer (someone) v interpellar
  • v defiar

challengeable (exceptionable) [Law] adj recusabile

challenging adj stimulante

chamae- (chame-) (on the ground) [occurring in compounds] adv chame-

chamber (1. room, bedroom; 2. hall used by deliberative or judicial body; 3. group of lawmakers; 4. the chamber of a gun) n camera

chamberlain n camerero

chambermaid n camerera

chamber-music n musica de camera

chamber-pot n urinal

chame- (chamae-) (on the ground) [occurring in compounds] adv chame-

chameleon n chameleonte

chamois n camoce

  • v camociar

champagne n champagne

  • n Champagne ¬F

champignon n champignon ¬F

champion (1. defender, supporter; 2. [Sports]) n campion

  • (defender) n propugnator
  • [Sports] n campion, champion ¬A
  • n advocato

championship [Sports, Games, etc] n campionato

chance (by ~) n per sorte, per hasardo, per fortuna

  • (luck) n sorte, hasardo, fortuna
  • (opportunity) n occasion
  • v hasardar

chancellery (office of a chancellor) n cancelleria

chancellor [title of various officials of locally or nationally varying functions] n cancellero

chancy adj hasardate

chandelier n lustro

change (1. act of making different; 2. changed condition) n cambiamento

  • (1. substitution of one thing for another; 2. money returned as balance of that tendered for an article) n cambio
  • (1. to make or become different; 2. to replace by another; 3. as in to change a dollar) v cambiar
  • (alter) vt alterar
  • (alteration) n alteration
  • (changed condition) n cambiamento
  • (make or become different) v mutar
  • (money) n parve moneta, cambio
  • (replace) v cambiar
  • (small-) n parve moneta, cambio
  • (substitution) n cambio
  • ~ money v cambiar moneta
  • vi alterar se
  • vi cambiar

changeable (as in changeable silk) adj cambiante (ppr of cambiar)

  • (mutable) adj mutabile
  • adj cambiabile

change-clothes v cambiar de vestimentos

changeless adj immutabile

change-one's-mind v cambiar de opinion

change-over switch (commutator) [Elec] n commutator

changer (one who or that which changes) n cambiator

change-trains v cambiar de traino

channel (1. [Geog]; 2. deeper part of a waterway; 3 . tube or tubular passage; 4. means, medium) n canal

  • (flute, groove) v cannellar
  • (groove) n cannellatura
  • (strait, handcuff, gas-mantle) n manica
  • (the English ~) n le Manica, le Canal
  • ~ Islands n Insulas Anglonormanne

channelled (channel-like, channel-shaped) adj canaliforme

chant n canto

  • v cantar

chaos n chaos

chaotic adj chaotic

chap (individual, fellow) n subjecto

  • (man) n typo
  • (of skin) n fissura
  • v finder se

chapel [Arch] n cappella

  • ~ choir of singers n cappella

chaperon n chaperon ¬F (sh-)

  • v chaperonar (sh-)

chaperoning (chaperonage) n chaperonage ¬shaperonaje

chaplain n cappellano

chaplaincy n cappellania

chapter (1. chapter of a books; 2. ecclesiastical chapter) n capitulo

char n nettatrice domestic

  • vi travaliar como nettatrice domestic
  • vt carbonisar

char-à-banc n char à bancs ¬F

character n typo, persona

  • (graphic symbol, distinctive mark) n character
  • (moral constitution) n character
  • (of what is current or present, thing or event that is current or present) n actualitate

characteristic (1. characteristic trait; 2. [Math]) n characteristica

  • (distinguishing mark) n character
  • (ridiculous thing) n ridiculo
  • adj characteristic

characterization (1. portrayal in words; 2. act of characterizing or qualifying) n characterisation

  • (act of characterizing or terming) n qualification

characterize (1. to describe the character of; 2. to qualify) v characterisar

  • ~ as (term) v qualificar

characterizer n qualificator

charade (word) n charade ¬F ¬sharade

charcoal n carbon de ligno

charcoalburner n carbonero

charcoaldealer (coaldealer) n carbonero

charge (1. load; 2. task, duty) n carga

  • (1. to charge with electricity etc.; 2. to attack impetuously) v cargar
  • (accusation) n accusation
  • (accuse) v accusar
  • (ask, - money) v demandar
  • (attack, load) n carga
  • (attack, load) v cargar
  • (be in - of) v esser incargate de, esser le chef de
  • (burden, entrust) v incargar
  • (cost) n costo
  • ~ or commission given to a delegate n delegation

charier (more careful) adj plus caute

chariot n carro

charisma n charisma

charismatic adj charismatic

charitable (eleemosynary) adj eleemosynari

  • adj caritabile

charity (as in charity is a Christian virtue) n caritate

charivari (belling, shivaree) n charivari ¬sharivari

charlatan n charlatan ¬F ¬sharlatan

charlatanic adj charlatanesc ¬sharlatanic

charlatanism (charlatanry) n charlatanismo ¬sharlatanismo

charlatanry (charlatanism) n charlataneria ¬sharlataneria

charm (amulet) n amuleto

  • (attractiveness) n charme ¬F
  • (spell) n sortilegio
  • v incantar

charming adj incantator

chart (graph) n graphico

  • (sea ~) n carta
  • v cartar

charter (grant a charter to) v chartar

  • (hire a ~) n affretamento
  • (hire) v affretar
  • (hire) v locar
  • (paper) n charta

Chartism n chartismo

Chartist n chartista

Chartreuse (French monastery founded by St. Bruno) n Cartusia

  • (liqueur made by Carthusian monks) n chartreuse ¬F

chartulary (collection of title deeds, etc.) n cartulario

  • (keeper of archives) n cartulero

chary adj circumspecte, caute

Charybdis n Charybdis ¬caribdis

chase (engrave) v cisellar

  • (hunt) v chassar ¬shassar, venar
  • (hunt, hunting) n chassa ¬shassa, veneria
  • (pursue) v persequer
  • (pursuit) n persecution
  • [Artil] n volata

chase-away v chassar

chaser (1. [Navy]; 2. [Naut] chase-gun) n chassator ¬shassator

chasseur [Mil] n chassator ¬shassator

chassis (body-frame of an automobile) n chassis ¬F ¬shassis

chaste adj caste

  • n caste

chastise v castigar

chastisement n castigamento, castigation

chastiser n castigator

chastity (sexual or moral purity) n castitate

chat (confabulate) v confabular

  • (confabulation) n confabulation

chatter (babble, prattle) v garrular

  • (of teeth) n fremer
  • (talk) n garrular

chatter-box n confabulator

chatterer (confabulator) n confabulator

chatty adj loquace

chauffeur n chauffeur ¬F ¬sho-

chauvinism n chauvinismo ¬sho-

chauvinist n chauvinista ¬sho-

chauvinistic adj chauvinistic ¬sho-

cheap adj incostose, vil, a bon mercato

cheapen v diminuer de valor

cheapness n vilitate

cheat (defraud) v fraudar

  • (defrauder) n fraudator
  • (impostor, swindler) n impostor

check (cheque) [Bank] n cheque ¬A

  • (chess) v mitter le rege in chaco
  • (control) n controlo
  • (control) v controlar
  • (cross) v indicar per un cruce
  • (examine carefully, verify) v respicer
  • (go through, examine) (documents, books) v compulsar
  • (repress, restrain) v comprimer
  • (restraint) n freno
  • (verify, control, have under control, keep under control) v controlar, verificar
  • [Chess] n chaco ¬shaco
  • ~ card n carta de cheques
  • ~ inspection [Admin/Mil] n contravisita

checkable (stoppable, curbable) adj frenabile

checkbook n libro de cheques

checkers n damas

checking (verifying) (act of) n controlo

checkmate (mate) v matar

  • n chaco mat

checkmated adj mat

check-out (leave) v quitar

checkroom (cloakroom) n vestiario

check-up (ascertain, test) v verificar, examinar

cheek (effrontery) n impudentia

  • [Anat] n gena

cheek-bone n zygoma

cheeky adj impudente

cheep (chirp, peep) v pipar

cheeper (peeper) n pipator

cheer (applause) n acclamation

  • (cheerfulness, hilarity) (good) n hilaritate
  • ~ up (brighten up) (make gay or cheerful) v allegrar
  • v acclamar

cheerful (of good cheer) adj hilare

  • adj allegre, gai

cheerfulness (hilarity, cheer) (good) n hilaritate

  • n gaitate, allegressa

cheerio interj a revider

cheerless adj triste

cheers (cheers!) interj a vostre sanitate!

cheer-up interj corage!

  • ~ -up v allegrar (se)

cheese n caseo

chef n chef (de cocina)

Cheka n Cheka ¬R

chemical adj chimic

  • n substantia chimic

chemically adv chimicamente

chemise n camisa

chemisette n camisetta

chemist (expert in chemistry) n chimista, chimico

  • (pharmacist) n pharmacista

chemistry n chimia

chemist's-shop n pharmacia

chemotherapy n chimotherapia

chenille n chenille ¬F

cheque (check) [Bank] n cheque ¬A

cherish v mantener

  • v tener car a

cherry n ceresia

  • ~ orchard n ceresieto
  • ~ tree n ceresiero

cherub n cherubin, cherub

cherubic adj cherubinic, cherubic

chervil [Bot] n cerefolio

Chesapeake-Bay [Geog] n Chesapeake Bay, Baia del Chesapeake

chess n chacos ¬shacos

chessboard n chacchiero

chessman n pecia de chacos

chest (coffer, casket) n coffro

  • (furniture) n coffro
  • (small) n coffretto
  • [Anat] n pectore

chestnut (~-colored) adj castanie

  • (edible nut of the sweet chestnut tree) n marron
  • (fruit of the chestnut tree) n castania
  • (tree) n castanio
  • ~ tree (sweet) n marroniero

chest-of-drawers n commoda

chew (masticate) v masticar

  • ~ again v remasticar

chewer masticator n masticator

chewing gum n gumma a masticar

  • ~ tobacco n tabaco a masticar

chiaroscuro n clarobscuro, chiaroscuro ¬I

chic (stylish) adj chic ¬F

  • n chic ¬F

chick (chicken) n gallinetta

  • [Slang] n chicca
  • n pullo, galletto

chicken (chick) n gallinetta

  • (cockerel) n galletto
  • (domestic fowl, barnyard fowl) n gallina
  • ~ breeding n gallinicultura
  • ~ coop n galliniera, pullario
  • ~ farmer (poultry man) n gallinero, pullero
  • n pullo, galletto
  • ~ pox (varicella) [Med] n varicella

chicken-coop n galliniera

chicken-pox n varicella

chicory (for coffee) n cichorea

  • (for salad) n endivia

chide v reprimendar

chief (leader) n chef ¬F

  • (main, principal) adj principal
  • (ruler, rector, director) n rector

chiefly (especially, particularly, primarily) adv principalmente, specialmente, particularmente, primarimente, presertim

chiffonier n chiffonier ¬F

Chihelline [Ital. Hist] n ghibellino (gi-)

chilblain [Med] n gelatura

child (boy) n infante, pupo

childbirth n parturition

childhood n pueritia, infantia

childish (1. of a child; 2. puerile, immature) adj pueril, infantil

Chile [Geog] n Chile (tchile)

Chilean adj chilen (tchilen)

  • n chileno (tchileno)

chiliasm n chiliasmo

chiliast n chiliasta

chill (catch a ~) v prender frigido

  • (cool) v refrigidar, frigidar
  • (refrigerate) v frigorificar, refrigerar
  • n frigido

chilling (freezing, frigorific, cooling) adj frigorifere, frigorific

chilly adj frigide

chimaera [Ichthyol] n chimera

chime n sono

  • v sonar

chimera (1. [Mythol]; 2. fanciful creation, figment of the imagination) n chimera

chimeric (chimerical) adj chimeric

chimerical (chimeric) adj chimeric

chimes (carillon) n carillon ¬F

  • ~ player (carillon player) n carillonator

chimney flue n tubo de camino

  • n camino, chimenea
  • ~ repairman n fumista

chimney-piece (mantle) n mantello de camino

chimneysweep n brossacamino

chimpanzee n chimpanze (shimpanze)

chin (genal) adj genal

  • n mento

china (cinchona, quina) (1. cinchona tree; 2. cinchona bark, peruvian bark) n quina

  • (porcelain) n porcellana
  • [Geog] n China (sh-)

Chinese (1. Chinese person; 2. Chinese language) n chinese (sh-)

  • adj chinese (sh-)
  • ~ lantern n lampion

chink n fissura

chinoline, quinoline [Chem] n quinoleina

chiorophyll n chlorophylla

chip (splinter) n fragmento

  • [Comp] n chip, microchip
  • v fragmentar

chips (french fries) n patatas frite

  • (potato flakes) n chip

chir- (chiro-, cheir-, cheiro-) (hand) [occurring in compounds] n chir-, chiro-, cheir-, cheiro-

chiromancer (palmist) n chiromante

chiromancy (palmistry) n chiromantia

chiropodist (corncutter, pedicure) n callista, pedicuro

chiropody n pedicura

chiropterous [zool] adj chiroptere

chirp (peep, cheep) v pipar

chisel n cisello

  • v cisellar

chiseler (one who works with a chisel) n cisellator

chiseling (working with a chisel) (act of) n cisellatura

chit n billet

chivalrous adj cavallerose

chivalry (1. system of knighthood; 2. chivalrousness) n cavalleria

chive n cibolletta

chives n cibollettas

chlor- (chloro-) (green) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] adj chlor-, chloro-

chloracetate n chloracetato

chloracetic adj chloracetic

chloral (1. [Chem]; 2. chloral hydrate) n chloral

chlorate n chlorato

chloric adj chloric

chloride (muriate) n muriato

  • [Chem] n chloruro
  • n chlorido, chloride

chlorinate v chlorar

chlorine n chloro

chlorite n chlorito

chloroform n chloroformo

  • v chloroformar, chloroformisar

chlorophyll n chlorophylla

chloroplast n chloroplasto

chlorosis (1. [Med]; 2. [Bot]) n chlorosis

chlorous adj chlorose

chock (wedge) n cuneo

chocolate (1. as in chocolate bar; 2. as in hot chocolate) n chocolate (sh-)

  • ~ dealer (chocolate manufacturer) n chocolatero (sh-)
  • ~ manufacturer (chocolate dealer) n chocolatero (sh-)
  • ~ pot n chocolatiera (sh-)

chocolate-bar n tabletta de chocolate

choice (select) adj selecte

  • n selection

choir (group of church singers performing in concert) n choro

  • (mus/theat) n choro
  • (part of a church set apart for the choir of singers) n choro

choke (- someone) v strangular alcuno (alicuno)

  • (suffocate) (someone or something) v suffocar
  • n regulator de aere
  • v i/vt suffocar (a)

choking (stifling) adj suffocante

cholera n cholera

choleric (irascible) [Med] adj choleric

cholerine [Med] n cholerina

chondroid (resembling cartilage) adj chondroide

chondrology n chondrologia

choose (make a choice) v optar

  • n seliger, selectionar

chop (cutlet) n cotelette ¬F

  • (hack) v hachar (-sh-)
  • (hit) n colpo
  • (meat) n cotelette

chopper (chopping knife, axe) n hachatoria (-sh-)

chopping (act of) n hachamento (-sh-)

  • ~ board (butcher's block) n hachatoria (-sh-)
  • ~ knife (chopper) n hachatoria (-sh-)

choppy adj agitate

choral adj choral

  • ~ dance n chorea

chorale n choral

chord (string of a musical instrument) n chorda

  • [Geom] n chorda
  • [Mus] n accordo

chore n travalio penose

chorea (St. Vitus's dance) n chorea

choreic (pertaining to St. Vitus's dance) adj choreic

choreographer n choreographo

choreographic adj choreographic

choreography n choreographia

chorister n chorista

chorus (group of singers, dancers performing together) n choro

  • (musical work or passage to be sung in concert) n choro
  • ~ singer n chorista

chrestomathy n chrestomathia

Christ n Christo

christen v baptisar

Christendom n christianitate, christiania

christening n baptismo

Christian adj christian

  • n christiano

Christianity (state of being a Christian) n christianitate

  • (the Christian faith) n christianismo

Christian-name n nomine de baptismo, prenomine

Christmas (Father ~) n Patre Natal

  • (merry ~) interj felice Natal
  • adj de natal
  • n Natal, Noel

Christmas-card n carta de Natal

Christmas-tree n arbore de Natal

Christopher Columbus [1446?-1506] n Christophoro Columbo

chrom- (chromo-, chromat-, chromato-) (color) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n chrom- [-ma/-mat-]

chromat- (color) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n chrom- [-ma/-mat-]

chromate [Chem] n chromato

chromatic (1. of color; 2. [Mus]) adj chromatic

chromatics [Colorimetry] n chromatica

chromatism (1. [Bot]; 2. [Opt]) n chromatismo

chromato- (color) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n chrom- [-ma/-mat-]

chromatophore [Zool] n chromatophoro

chromatophorous (chromatophoric) [Zool] adj chromatophore

chrome (chromium) n chromo

  • ~ plated (chromium plated) adj chromate

chromic [Chem] adj chromic

chromium (chrome) n chromo

  • ~ plated (chrome plated) adj chromate

chromo (chromolithograph) n chromo

  • ~ - (color) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n chromo- [-ma/-mat-]

chromolithograph n chromolithographia

chromolithography n chromolithographia

chromophore [Chem/Phys] n chromophoro

chromophorous adj chromophore

chromophotograph n chromophotographia

chromophotography n chromophotographia

chromosome [Biol] n chromosoma

chromosphere [Astron] n chromosphera

chronic adj chronic

  • ~ ailment n infirmitate
  • ~ character (chronicity) n chronicitate

chronicity (chronic character) n chronicitate

chronicle n chronica

chronicler n chronista

chrono-, chron- (time) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n chrono-, chron-

chronogram n chronogramma

chronograph [Astron] n chronographo

chronologer n chronologo

chronological adj chronologic

chronologically adv chronologicamente

chronologist n chronologista

chronology n chronologia

chronometer n chronometro

chronometry (measurement of time) n chronometria

chrysalis n chrysalide

chrysanthemum n chrysanthemo

chryselephantine (of gold and ivory) adj chryselephantin

chryso-, chrys- (gold) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n chryso-, chrys-

chrysoberyl [Mineral] n chrysoberyllo

chrysolith [Mineral] n chrysolitho

chthon- (earth) [occurrig in derivatives and compounds] n chthon-

chthonian adj chthonie

chubby adj rotunde

chuckle n riso dulce

  • v rider (dulcemente)

chunk n pecia

church adj ecclesiastic

  • n ecclesia
  • ~ of England n [Relig] Ecclesia de Anglaterra, Ecclesia Anglican

churchyard (cemetery) n cemeterio

churlish (rude) adj malgratiose

churn n apparato pro facer butyro

  • v agitar

chute (plaything) n glissatorio

  • (tube) n canal

chutney n chutney, condimento de species

chutzpah (forwardness) n chutspa, braveria, corage

Chuuk [Geog] n Chuuk

cicada n cicada

cicatrice (scar) n cicatrice

cicatricle (cicatricula) n cicatricula

cicatrization (healing) n cicatrisation

cicatrize (heal) v cicatrisar

cicatrizer (cicatrizant) n cicatrisante

Cicero [Rom. Hist] n Ciceron

cicerone (Italian guide to Roman antiquities) n cicerone ¬I

Ciceronian adj ciceronian

cider (hard cider) n cidra

cierge (wax candle) (large) [Eccl] n cereo

cigar case n cigarriera

  • ~ dealer (cigar maker) n cigarrero
  • ~ maker (cigar dealer) n cigarrero
  • n cigarro
  • ~ shop n cigarreria
  • ~ store (tobacconist's) n tabacheria

cigarette n cigarretta, cigaretta

cigarette-lighter n accenditor

ciliary adj ciliari

cinch (girth, cingle) (saddle) n cingula

  • ~ up (girt, girth) v cingular

cinchona (quinaquina, quinquina) (1. cinchona tree; 2. cinchona bark, peruvian bark) n cinchona, quina, quinaquina, quinquina

cinchonine [Chem] n cinchonina

cinchonism (quininism, quinism) [Med] n cinchonismo, quininismo, quinismo

cinder n cinere

cine n (abbrev) cine, cinema, cinematographo

cine-camera n camera

cinema (1. motion pictures; 2. motion-picture theater) n cine, cinema, cinematographo

cinemato- (cinemat-, cinemo-, kinemato-, kinemat-, kinemo-) (motion) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n cinema- [-ma/-mat-]

cinematograph (motion-picture projector) n cinematographo

cinematographic adj cinematographic

cinematography n cinematographia

cine-projector n cinematographo

cinerary (for or pertaining to ashes) adj cinerari

cingle (cinch, girth) (saddle) n cingula

cinnamon n cannella

  • ~ tree n cannelliero

cinquefoil (potentilla) [Bot] n potentilla

  • [Bot] n cinquefolio

cipher (put into secret writing) v cifrar

circle (1. [Math]; 2. group of people held together by the same interests) n circulo

  • (turn) (circular course) n gyro
  • v circular; gyrar

circuit (1. circuitous route; 2. [Elec]) n circuito

  • (circuitous route, ambit) n ambito, circuito
  • v circuir

circuition (going round) n circuition

circuitous adj indirecte

circular (1. round like a circle; 2. as in circular letter) adj circular

  • (round, spherical) adj orbicular
  • n circular

circulate (send around from one to another) v circular, facer circular

circulation (action of sending around from one person or place to another) n circulation

  • (be in ~) v haber curso
  • (of papers) n tirage

circulatory adj circulatori

circumcise v circumcider [-cid-/-cis-]

circumcised adj circumcise

circumcision n circumcision

circumcize v circumcider

circumference n circumferentia

circumferent (forming a circumference) adj circumferente

circumferential adj circumferential

circumflex (1. to flex or bend round; 2. [Gram]) v circumflecter [-flect-/-flex-]

  • [Gram] adj circumflexe

circumflexion n circumflexion

circumjacent (adjacent) adj circumvicin

circumlocution n circumlocution

circumnavigate v circumnavigar

circumnavigation n circumnavigation

circumpolar adj circumpolar

circumscribe (1. to draw a line around; 2. to limit, restrict) v circumscriber [-scrib-/-script-]

circumscription n circumscription

circumspect adj circumspecte

circumspection n circumspection

circumstance (condition or fact accompanying or determining the occurrence of an event, a situation, etc.) n circumstantia

circumstantial (depending on circumstances) adj circumstantial

circumstantially adv circumstantialmente

circumvallate (surround with a rampart) v circumvallar

  • (surrounded with a rampart) adj circumvallate (pp of circumvallar)

circumvallation (rampart) n circumvallation, vallo, vallation

circumvent (gain advantage over by trickery) v circumvenir

circumvolution (rotation) n circumvolution

circumvolve (perform a circumvolution) v circumvolver [-volv-/-volut-]

circus n circo

cisalpine [Geog] adj cisalpin

cismontane adj cismontan

cistern n cisterna

citadel n citadella

citation (1. [Law] summons; 2. quotation) n citation

cite (1. [Law] summon) v citar

cither n cithera

citizen (1. inhahitant of a city or town; 2. citizen of a country or state) n cive, citatano

citizenship (civism) (principles of good) n civismo

  • n citatania; derecto de citatano

citrate [Chem] n citrato

citric adj citric

citron n citro

Citrus [Bot] n citro

city (town) n citate, urbe

  • ~ planner n urbanista
  • ~ planning (town planning) n urbanismo

civic adj civic

civil (1. having to do with citizens; 2. polite, courteous) adj civil

civil-engineering n ingenieria civil

civilian adj/n civil

civility (politeness) n civilitate

civilizable adj civilisabile

civilization n civilisation

civilize v civilisar

civilizer n civilisator

civil-servant n functionario public

civil-service n administration statal

civil-war n guerra civil

civism (citizenship) (principles of good) n civismo

clad (clothed) adj vestite

claim (assert) v asserer

  • (demand as one's due) v reclamar
  • (demand for something due) n reclamation
  • (exact, demand) v peter
  • (lay - to) v pretender a
  • (right) n pretension
  • ~ back [Law] v repeter

claimable (exigible) adj exigibile

  • adj reclamabile

claimant n reclamator

clairvoyant adj vidente, clarividente

clam n bivalvo

clamber v scander

clammy adj humide

clamor (clamour) n clamor

  • (clamour) v critar

clamorous adj clamorose

clamp (staple, clip, cramp) n crampa

  • (staple, clip, cramp) v crampar
  • (tongs, pincers, nippers, vise) n tenalia

clan n clan

clandestine adj clandestin

clandestineness n clandestinitate

clang n clanc (sono metallic)

  • n sono metallic
  • v sonar como clanc

clank n clanc, sono metallic

  • v sonar como clanc

clap (applaud) v applauder

  • (hands) v batter le manos
  • n colpo

claptrap n nonsenso

claque [Theat] n claque ¬F

claret n claretto

clarification (action of purifying) n clarification

clarifier n clarificator

clarify (1. to clear, purify; 2. to explain) v clarar, clarificar

clarinet n clarinetto

clarinettist n clarinettista

clarino (clarion) [Mus] n clarino

clarion (clarino) [Mus] n clarino

clarity (brightness, clearness) n claritate, nitor

clash n conflicto

  • v confliger

clasp (buckle, brooch) n fibula

  • (embrace) v imbraciar
  • (fasten) v stringer
  • n fibula

class (1. group of individuals or things of the same status) n classe

  • (classify) v classar, classificar
  • ~ of employees (body of employees, salariat) n salariato

classic (classical) (1. of the first rank or authority; 2. belonging to Greek or Latin antiquity) adj classic

  • (writer or work of the first rank and of acknowledged excellence) n classico

classical adj classic

classically adv classicamente

classicism (1. adherence to classical style; 2. classical turn of expression) n classicismo

classicist [Lit/Art] n classico, classicista

classifiable adj classificabile

classification n classification

classifier n classificator

classify (class) v classificar, classar

classroom n classe, sala de classe

-clast (breaker, smasher) [occurring in compounds] n -clasta

clastic (1. as in clastic models; 2. [Petrography]) adj clastic

clatter n ruito

  • v facer ruito

clause [Gram] n proposition

  • [Law] n clausula

claustrophobia [Psychopathol] n caustrophobia

clavecin (harpsichord) n clavicymbalo

clavichord n chordio

clavicle (collar-bone) n clavicula

clavicular [Anat] adj clavicular

clavier (keyboard) n claviero

claw (of a canine, feline, or bird) n ungula

clay (argil) n argilla

clayey adj argillose

clay-pit n argillaria

clealiness (cleanliness) n nettitate, munditia

clean (polish, furbish) (up) v furbir

  • (remove dirt, cleanse, remove stains) v nettar, mundar, dismacular
  • adj munde
  • ~ of fleas v expulicar

cleaner (1. professional cleaner; 2. spot remover, cleaning fluid) n dismaculator

  • (office ~) n nettatrice
  • (vacuum ~) n aspirator

cleaness (cleanliness) n nettitate, munditia

cleaning (dry ~) n lavage chimic

  • (of dirt) n nettamento
  • (of stains) n dismaculatura
  • (removal of spots) n dismaculatura
  • n mundification

cleaning-fluid n dismaculator

cleanliness (neatness, cleanness) n nettitate, munditia

cleanness (cleanliness, neatness) n nettitate, munditia

cleanse (clean, clear) v nettar, mundar

  • (purify, clear, depurate) v mundificar, purificar, depurar
  • (wash) v lavar, abluer [-lu-/-lut-]

cleanser n detersivo

cleansing (purification, clearing, depuration) n mundification, purification, depuration

  • (washing) (act of) n lavamento

clear (1. free from impurities or cloudiness; 2. not obscure or vague) adj clar

  • (1. to free from impurities; 2. to free from obligation) v appurar
  • (depurate, cleanse) v depurar
  • (jump) vt saltar
  • (lucid) adj lucide
  • (manifest; pure) adj clar
  • (of blame) v disculpar
  • (of impurity) v clarar
  • (of obstruction) v liberar
  • (pure, neat) adj nitide
  • (the ear) adj argute
  • (unobstructed) adj libere
  • ~ one's throat v clarar se le gorga
  • vi clarar se

clearance (customs ~) n disdoanamento

  • (permission) n permission
  • (sale) n liquidation

clear-away v portar via

clear-cut adj univoc

clearing (depuration, cleansing) n depuration

  • [Commer] n clearing ¬A
  • n spatio libere

clearinghouse [Commer] n clearinghouse ¬A

clearness (clarity) n claritate

  • (pureness, neatness) n nitiditate

clear-off (command) interj foras de hic!

  • ~ -off v fugir

clear-sighted (discerning) adj clarividente

clear-sightedness (discernment) n clarividentia

clear-up (brighten) v clarar se

  • ~ -up (explain) v elucidar, clarar
  • ~ -up (tidy-up) v regular

cleave (split) v finder [find-/fiss-]

clef (bass ~) n clave de basso

  • (treble ~) n clave de violino
  • [Mus] n clave

cleft (fissure) n fissura

clemency (grace, mercy) n mercede

  • n clementia

clement adj clemente

clench one's fist v serrar le pugno

  • v serrar

clergy n clero

clergyman (cleric) n clerico

cleric (clergyman) n clerico

  • (priest) n tonsurato

clerical (pertaining to the clergy) adj clerical

  • ~ error n error de copista
  • ~ rank (clericate) n clericato

clericalism n clericalismo

clericate (clerical rank) n clericato

clerk (1. office worker; 2. sales clerk) n commisso

clever adj habile, intelligente

cleverness n habilitate, intelligentia

cliché (1. mat, stereotype matrix; 2. trite phrase) n cliché ¬F

click (with mouse) v cliccar, facer clic

  • n tic-tac
  • v facer tic-tac

client (1. [Rom. Antiq]; 2. as in lawyer's client) n cliente

clientele (body of clients or customers) n clientela

cliff n precipitio

climate n climate

climatic adj climatic

climatological adj climatologic

climatology n climatologia

climax (culminating point) n culmine

  • [Rhet] n gradation

climb (ascent) n montata, ascension

  • v montar, ascender
  • v scander [scand-/scans-;-scend-/-scens-]

climber (social) n arrivista

  • n alpinista

cling v adherer

clinic (1. practical instruction of medical students at the bedside of a patient; 2. place for the medical treatment of certain people or diseases) n clinica

clinical (used or performed in a sickroom) adj clinic

clinically adv clinicamente

clink (tinkle, jingle) v tintinnar

  • n clinc, sono metallic
  • v sonar como clinc

clinking (tinkling, jingling) (action of) n tintinnamento

clinkstone (phonolite) n phonolitho

clinometer n clinometro

clip (cramp, clamp, staple) n crampa

  • (cramp, clamp, staple) v crampar
  • (cut, shear) v tonder [tond-/tons-]

clipper (shearer) (one who shears, clips) n tonsor

clipping (cutting, shred) n retalio

  • (shearing) (act of) n tonsura

clique (coterie) n clique ¬F

clitoris n clitoride

cloaca (1. sewer; 2. [Zool]) n cloaca

cloacal adj cloacal

cloak (coat, mantle) n mantello

cloakroom (checkroom) n vestiario

clock (pendulum ~) n pendula

  • n horologio

clock-hand n flecha

clockmaker (watchmaker) n horologiero

clockmaker's store watchmaker's n horologieria

clockmaking (watchmaking) n horologieria

clock-off v registrar su partita

clock-on v registrar su arrivata

clockwise adv in senso horologic

clockwork n mechanismo de horologieria

clog n calceo de ligno

  • v obstruer

cloister (1. covered passage running around the inner court of a monastery; 2. convent or monastery) n claustro

  • n clausura
  • v claustrar

cloistral adj claustral

close (1. to shut, stop up; 2. to bring to an end) v clauder [claud-/claus-;-clud-/-clus-]

  • (closed) adj clause
  • (intimate) adj intime
  • (near, very near) adj proxime
  • (reticent, reserved) adj concentrate (pp of concentrar)
  • (secretive) adj secrete
  • ~ adv/prep presso
  • ~ scrutiny (careful examination) n perscrutation
  • ~ tightly v serrar
  • v clauder (se)

closed (close) adj clause

  • ~ bookcase n bibliotheca

close-down v clauder (se)

close-fitting adj stricte

closeness n proximitate

  • n strictessa

closet n armario

  • n cabinetto

close-up adv presso

  • ~ -up v serrar (se)

closure [Parl] v clausurar

  • n clausura

clot n grumo

  • vi coagular

cloth n tela, texito, drappo, panno, pannello

clothe (attire, endow, invest) v vestir, inrobar, revestir

clothes (apparel, clothing) n vestitura, vestimentos

  • (suit of) n habito

clothes-brush n brossa pro vestimentos

clothes-dryer n siccator

clothes-line n corda pro extender le pannos lavate

clothes-peg n cavilia de pannos lavate

clothing (clothes, apparel) n vestitura, roba, vestimentos

clotted adj grumose

cloud (storm ~) n nubilo

  • n nube

cloud-bringing (nubiferous) adj nubifere

cloud-burst n pluvia subite torrential

cloudy (covered with clouds) adj nubilose

clove n clavo

  • ~ pink (gillyflower) n caryophyllo

cloven (split) adj fisse

cloven-footed (fissiped) adj fissipede

clover (trefoil) [Bot] n trifolio

clown n clown ¬A

  • n paleasso

clownish adj clownesc

club (as in tennis club, literary club, etc., society) n club ¬A

  • (card of the suit of clubs) [Cards] n trifolio
  • (cudgel) n fuste
  • (or group literary artistic, etc.) n cenaculo
  • ~ member n clubista, membro del club
  • v fustigar

club-together v quotisar se

cluck (chicken noise) n cloc

  • (flip-flop sound) n clac, sono palmate
  • v sonar como clac, facer un sono palmate

clue n indicio

clump (- together) v gregar, gruppar

  • (of earth) n bloco
  • (trees) n gruppo

clumsiness (unskilfulness) n inhabilitate

clumsy (unskilful) adj inhabile

clunk interj clanc!, sono metallic

  • v sonar metallic como clanc

clunker [Amer] n carro vetule

cluster (group) n gruppo

  • (raceme) [Bot] (of fruit, flowers) n racemo
  • ~ pine (sea pine, pinaster) n pinastro
  • v gregar (se), gruppar (se)

clustershaped (racemiform) adj racemiforme

clutch (grasp, seize) v impugnar, sasir

  • (grip) n prisa

clutter n incombramento

  • v incombrar

clyster (enema, injection) n clyster

  • (syringe) [Med] n irrigator

coach (car, carriage) n cochi (-sh-)

  • (for tourists) n autocar
  • (large closed carriage) n carrossa
  • (sport) n trainator
  • (tutor) n repetitor
  • v maestrar
  • v trainar

coachbuilder n carrossero

coachman (driver) n cochiero (-sh-)

  • n carrossero

coadjutant adj coadjuvante

coadjutor (1. coadjutant; 2. [Eccl]) n coadjutor

coagulable adj coagulabile

coagulant n coagulante

  • n coagulo

coagulate (cause to coagulate) v coagular

coagulation n coagulation

coagulator n coagulator

coagulum n coagulo

coal n carbon

  • ~ tar n coaltar ¬A

coaldealer (charcoaldealer) n carbonero

coalesce (grow together) v coalescer

coalescence n coalescentia

coalition n coalition

coalmerchant n carbonero

coalmine n carboniera

coalminer n minator de carbon

coalpit n carboniera

coarse (not fine; rude, not refined) adj grossier, indelicate, vulgar

coarseness (quality of being coarse, not fine; grossness, rudeness, vulgarity) n indelicatessa, grosseria, trivialitate, vulgaritate

coast (seashore) n costa, litore

  • adj litoral, del costa, del litore
  • ~ along (sail along) (the coast) v costear
  • ~ guard (sman) n guardacostas

coastal adj costari

coaster n costeator

coastguard n guardacostas

coastline n litoral

coat (jacket) n jachetta, jaco

  • (mantle, cloak) n mantello
  • (of animal) n pilo
  • (of mud) n revestimento
  • (of paint) n application
  • ~ of arms (blazon, escutcheon) n blason, scuto, insignia nobiliari
  • ~ of arms (escutcheon) n scuto
  • v revestir
  • ~ with zinc (zinc) v zincar

coat-hanger n portamantello

coating (facing, covering) (of a wall bank) n revestimento

coax v persuader

coaxial adj coaxial

cob (of corn) n spica

  • (swan) n cygno mascule

cobalt n cobalt

cobaltic adj cobaltic

cobaltiferous adj cobaltifere

cobbler n reparator de scarpas

Coblenz n Coblenz, Koblenz ¬G

cobra n cobra

cobweb n tela de aranea

coca (plant) n coca

Coca-Cola (softdrink trademark) n Coca-Cola

cocaine addict n cocainomano

  • ~ habit n cocainomania
  • n cocaina

cocainism n cocainismo

cocainization n cocainisation

cocainize v cocainisar

cocco- (cocc-) (grain, seed, berry) [occurring in compounds] n cocco-, cocc-

cochineal insect n cochinilia (-sh-)

  • n cochinilia (-sh-)

cochlea [Anat] n cochlea, coclea

Cochlearia [Bot] n coclearia, cochlearia

cochleate (cochleated) (shaped like a snail shell) adj cochleate, cocleate

cock (rooster) (poultry) n gallo

  • (tap) n alvula
  • [Slang] n penis, pene

cockade n cocarda

cockerel (chicken) n galletto

cockle n bivalvo marin

  • n cardio

cockpit n cabina del pilota

cockroach n blatta

cocktail n cocktail ¬A

cocky adj arrogante, vanitose

coco (coconut palm) n coco

cocoa n cacao

coconut n coco

  • ~ palm (coco) n coco

cocoon ¬F n cocon

cod [Zool] n gado

coda [Mus] n coda ¬I

code (1. body of laws; 2. conventional system of rules, symbols, etc.) n codice

  • (source ~) v codice fonte
  • [Comp] (binary ~) n codice binari
  • [Comp] n codification

codefendant n coaccusato

codeine n codeina

coder [Comp] n codificator

codex (pharmacopoeia) n codice

  • n codice, codice de scriptura, codice de lege

codfish (gade) n gado

codicil [Law] n codicillo

codification n codification

codifier n codificator

codify v codificar

coeducation (also co-education) n coeducation

coefficient [Math] n coefficiente

coenurus [Zool] n cenuro

coerce (compel) v coager [-ag-/-act-], coercer

coercibility (coercibleness) n coercibilitate

coercible adj coercibile

coercion (compulsion) n coaction, coercition, coercion

coercive adj coercitive

coetaneous adj coetanee

coeternal adj coeterne

coeternity n coeternitate

coexist v coexister

coexistence n coexistentia

coexistent adj coexistente

coffee n caffe

coffee-bar n caffe

coffee-bean n grano de caffe

coffeehouse (café) n café ¬F

  • ~ keeper n caffetero
  • ~ -house n caffetiera, cafetiera

coffeepot n caffetiera

  • ~ -pot n caffetiera, cafetiera

coffee-table n tabula de caffe

coffer (casket, chest) n coffro

  • (lock up in a coffer, chest, etc.) v incoffrar

coffin (casket) n cassa

  • n sarcophago

cog n pinnion

cogitate v cogitar

cogitation n cogitation

cognac n cognac ¬F

  • n Cognac ¬F

cognate (1. kinsman; 2. relative on the mother's side) [Law] n cognato

  • adj cognate

cognation [Law] n cognation

cognition [Philos] n cognition

cognitive adj cognitive

cognizable (cognoscible, knowable) adj cognoscibile

cognoscible (knowable, cognizable) adj cognoscibile

coguardian (cotutor) [Law] n cotutor

cohabit v cohabitar

cohabitation n cohabitation

coheir n cohereditario

cohere (be coherent) v coherer [-her-/-hes-], esser coherente

coherence n coherentia

coherent adj coherente (ppr of coherer)

coherer [Radio] n cohesor, coheritor

cohesion n cohesion

cohesive adj cohesive

cohort [Rom. Antiq] n cohorte

coiffeur (barber, wigmaker, hairdresser) n perrucchero

coil (roll, roll up) v inrolar

  • (spiral) n spira
  • (wind, spool) v bobinar
  • [Elec] bobina
  • vi serpentar

coiling (winding, spooling) (act of) n bobinage (-aje)

coin (mint) v cunear

  • (money) n numisma [-ma/-mat-], moneta

coinage (coining, minting) n cuneage (-aje)

coincide (harmonize) v coincider, congruer, harmonisar

coincidence n coincidentia

coincident adj coincidente

coincidental adj coincidental

coincidentally adv coincidentalmente

coiner n cuneator

coining (minting) n monetage (-aje)

Coke (Coca-Cola trademark) n Coca-Cola

  • (cocaine) n cocaina
  • n coke ¬A

cola n cola

colander n colo

colbaltite [Mineral] n cobaltite

cold (catch a ~) vt prender frigido

  • (coldness, coolness) n frigor, frigido
  • (feel ~) v haber frigido
  • (frigid) (not warm) adj frigide
  • (have a ~) v rheumatisar se
  • (rheum, catarrh) (illness) n rheuma [-ma/-mat-]
  • (the weather is ~) v. phr il face frigido
  • ~ cream [Cosmetics] n cold-cream ¬A

coldness (cold) n frigido

  • (coolness, cold) n frigor, frigido
  • (frigidness) n frigiditate

coleo- (sheath) [occurring in compounds] n coleo-

coleopter (beetle) [Entom] n coleoptero

coleopterous [Entom] adj coleoptere

colic (colonic) adj colic

  • n colica

Coliseum (Colosseum) n Colosseo

colitis n colitis

collaborate v collaborar

collaboration n collaboration

collaborator n collaborator

collapse (break down) v collaber [-lab/-laps-]

  • (breakdown) [Med] n collapso

collapsible adj dismontabile

collar (necklace) (band, chain or the like, worn around the neck) n collar

  • [Clothing] n collo

collar-bone (clavicle) n clavicula

  • n clavicula
  • n jugulo

collateral (1. side by side; 2. of common descent but by different line) adj collateral

colleague n collega

collect (as in to collect stamps, make a collection of) v colliger [-lig-/-lect-], recolliger [-lig-/-lect-]

  • [Liturg] n collecta
  • ~ booty v butinar
  • vi ammassar se
  • ~ , perceive (taxes, rents, etc.) v perciper [-cip-/-cept-]

collection (act of collecting money for a particular purpose) n collecta

  • (mass) n massa
  • (receipt) (of taxes, rents, etc.) n perception
  • (things collected) n collection
  • [Eccl] n questa
  • ~ of medals n medaliario

collective (1. collective whole; 2. [Gram] collective noun) n collectivo

  • adj collective

collectivism n collectivismo

collectivist n collectivista

collectivity (1. quality of being collective; 2. collective whole) n collectivitate

collector (1. one who collects stamps, books, prints, etc.; 2. official who collects taxes, duties, etc.) n collector

  • (of a bill, check, etc.) n incassator

college (as in college of cardinals) n collegio

collegial (collegiate) adj collegial

collegiate (collegial) adj collegial

collide v collider [-lid-/-lis-]

  • ~ with (strike) v impinger [-ping-/-pact-]

collision (1. crash; 2. clash, conflict) n collision

collocate v collocar

collocation n collocation

collodion [Chem] n collodio

colloid adj colloide

  • n colloide

colloidal adj colloidal

colloquial adj colloquial

colloquialism n colloquialismo

colloquially adv colloquialmente

colloquy (conversation) n colloquio

collude v colluder [-lud /-lus-]

colluding (collusive) adj collusive

collusion [Law] n collusion

collusive (colluding) adj collusive

Cologne n Colonia

Colombia [Geog] (Columbia) n Columbia

Colombian (Columbian) adj columbian

colon (punctuation) n duo punctos

  • [Anat] n colon

colonel n colonnello

colonial adj colonial

colonialism n colonialismo

colonic (colic) adj colic

colonist (settler) n colono, colonisator

colonizable adj colonisabile

colonization n colonisation

colonize (establish a colony in) v colonisar

colonizer n colonisator

colonnade n columnada, colonnada

colony (1. settlement in a new country; 2. as in artists' colony) n colonia

color (1. as in the colors of the rainbow; 2. coloring matter, paint) n color

  • (give color to) v colorar
  • (hue) [Pharm] (tincture) n tinctura
  • (or imbue with pigment) v pigmentar
  • ~ ash-gray v cinerar
  • ~ photography (photochromy) n photochromia

coloration n coloration

color-blind adj daltonian

colorful n pictoresc

coloring [Art] n colorito

  • ~ matter (dye) n tinctura

colorist n colorista

colorless (uncolored) adj incolor

colossal adj colossal

Colosseum (Coliseum) n Colosseo

colossus n colosso

colt n pullo

coltsfoot (coughwort) [Bot] n tussilagine

columbarium [Rom. Antiq] n columbario

Columbia (Colombia) n Columbia

Columbian (Colombian) adj columbian

  • (Colombian) n columbiano

columbine (dove) adj columbin

  • [Bot] n aquilegia
  • [Theat] n Columbina

columbite [Mineral] n columbite

column (1. [Arch]; 2. [Print]; 3. [Mil]) n columna, colonna

  • (part of newspaper devoted to a special subject) [Journ] n chronica, columna
  • (spinal ~) n columna vertebral

columnist n chronista, columnista, jornalista

coma n coma [-ma/-mat-]

comatose adj comatose

comb (clean with a comb) v pectinar

  • (for hair) n pectine
  • (of bird) n cresta
  • ~ case (comb holder) n pectiniera
  • ~ factory n pectineria
  • ~ holder (comb case) n pectiniera
  • ~ one's hair v pectinar se

combat (fight with) v combatter

  • (fight) n combatto

combatant n combattente

combative adj combattive

combativeness n combattivitate

combinable adj combinabile

combination n combination

combinatory adj combinatori

combine (conjoin, unite) v conjunger [-jung-/junct-], combinar, unir

  • n association
  • v combinar
  • v combinar (se)

combmaker n pectinero

comburent [Chem] adj comburente (ppr of comburer)

combustibility (accensibility, inflammability) n combustibilitate, accensibilitate

combustible (accensible, inflammable) adj combustibile, accensibile, inflammabile

  • n combustibile

combustion (ignition) (state of) n ignition

  • (process of burning) n combustion
  • (violent agitation, tumult) n combustion
  • [Chem] n combustion

combustive adj combustive

come about v evenir

  • ~ across (cross) v transversar
  • ~ across (meet) v incontrar
  • ~ after v sequer
  • ~ after v succeder
  • ~ again v revenir
  • ~ back (return) v revenir, retornar
  • ~ back v revenir
  • ~ in for v recipe
  • ~ in v entrar (in)
  • ~ into sight v apparer
  • ~ near v approchar se
  • ~ off (detach) v distaccar se
  • ~ off (succeed) v succeder
  • ~ out v sortir
  • ~ round v reprender le sensos
  • ~ running (rush up) v accurrer
  • ~ to an agreement v poner se de accordo
  • ~ to life again (revive) v reviviscer, reviver
  • ~ to pass (happen) v advenir [-ven-/-vent-], v evenir [-ven-/-vent-]
  • ~ together (convene) v convenir [-ven-/-vent-]
  • ~ together v convenir
  • ~ undone v disfacer se
  • v venir [ven-/vent-]

come-back n retorno

comedian n comediano, comico, comedo

comedy n comedia

comestible (edible, eatable) adj comestibile

comet n cometa

cometary adj cometari

comfort (1. consolation; 2. ease of circumstances, sufficiency) n conforto

  • (console) (again) v reconfortar
  • (console) v confortar, consolar
  • (convenience, handiness) n conforto, commoditate
  • v confortar

comfortable (affording tranquil enjoyment and content) adj confortabile

  • (suitable, handy, convenient) adj commode

comforted (consoled) adj consolate (pp of consolar)

comforter (consoler) n consolator

comforting (consolatory) adj consolatori

  • (consoling) (action of) n confortation, consolation

comfrey (consolida) [Bot] n consolida

comic (1. pertaining to comedy; 2. comical) adj comic

  • (comedian) n comico
  • (pictures) n magazin (in designos)

comical (droll) adj burlesc

  • adj comic

comically adv comicamente

Cominform n Kominform ¬R

coming after (following) adj postere

  • n venita

Comintern n Komintern ¬R

comital (of an earl or count) adj contal

comma (1. [Typog]; 2. [Mus]) n comma

  • (in inverted -s, in quotes) prep. phr inter virgulettas
  • (put a) v virgular
  • [Gram] n virgula

command (1. act of commanding; 2. power to command; 3. body of troops under a commander) n commando

  • (1. to give an order to; 2. to have authority or power over) v commandar
  • (order) n mandato

commandeer (requisition) v requisitionar

commander (one who exercises authority) n commandator

  • [Army, Navy] n commandante
  • ~ in chief n commandante supreme

commandment n commandamento

commandments (the ten ~) n commandamentos (le dece ~)

commeasurable (commensurable) [Math] adj commensurabile

commeasure v commensurar

commemorate v commemorar

commemoration n commemoration

commemorative adj commemorative

  • adj memorative

commence v comenciar

commencement n comenciamento

commend (praise) v commendar

commendable adj commendabile

commendation (praise) n commendation

commensurability n commensurabilitate

commensurable (commeasurable) [Math] adj commensurabile

commensuration n commensuration

comment (criticism) n commento

  • (on / upon) (1. to annotate; 2. to criticize, make comments on) v commentar

commentary (series of annotations on a text) n commentario

commentator (explainer) n explicator

  • (writer of a commentary on a text) n commentator

comments (malicious talk) n commentario

commerce (1. trade, business; 2. intercourse, dealings) n commercio

  • (traffic, trade) n traffico

commercial adj commercial

  • ~ traveler (commercial veller) n commisso viagiator

commercialism n commercialismo

commercialization n commercialisation

commercialize v commercialisar

commercially adv commercialmente

commingle (mix up, immix) v immiscer [-mise-/-mixt-]

commiserate (pity) v commiserar

  • v commiserar

commiseration n commiseration

commissar [U.S.S.R] n commissar

  • n commissario

commissariat n commissariato

commissary (commissioner) n commissario

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

commission (1. charge; 2. pro rata remuneration; 3. body of persons charged with some specified function) n commission

  • (commission someone to do something) v commissionar
  • ~ agent n commissionero

commissioner (commissary) n commissario

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

commissioning (of a ship) n armamento

commissure n commissura

commit (1. to entrust; 2. to perpetrate) v committer [-mitt-/-miss-]

  • ~ a sin (sin) v committer un peccato, peccar
  • ~ a wrong (transgress) v delinquer [-linqu-/-lict-]
  • ~ adultery v committer adulterio, adulterar
  • ~ anachronisms (anachronize) v anachronisar
  • ~ incest v committer incesto, incestar
  • ~ oneself v fider se
  • ~ piracy (pirate) v piratar

committee n committee ¬A

  • n consilio

commixture n commixtion

commodatum (commodate) [Law] n commodato

commodity n mercantia

commodore (officer's rank in certain navies, with functions varying from nation to nation) n commodore ¬A

common (house of -s) n camera del communes

  • (House of -s) n Camera Inferior
  • adj commun; ordinari
  • ~ market n mercato commun
  • n prato commun
  • ~ people (vulgus) n vulgo
  • ~ sense n senso commun

commonly (usually, for the most part) adv plurimo

  • (vulgarly) adv communmente, vulgo ¬L, vulgarmente

commonplace adj ordinari

  • n loco commun

commonwealth (state) n confederation, republica

commotion (tremor, agitation) (violent physical or mental disturbance) n commotion

communal adj communal

communally adv communalmente

Communard n communardo

commune [Admin/Pol] n communa

  • v conferer

communicable adj communicabile

communicableness n communicabilitate

communicant (Eccles) n communicante

  • (informer) n informator, communicante

communicate (1. to impart, transmit; 2. to interchange thoughts, ideas, etc. by speech or writing; 3. to receive Holy Communion) v communicar

  • v communicar (se)

communication (1. act of imparting, transmitting; 2. interchange of thoughts, ideas ¬by speech or writing; 3. verbal or written message) n communication

  • ~ cord n cordon de communication

communicative (talkative) adj communicative

communicator n communicator

communion (holy ~) n sancte communion

communiqué n communicato

communism n communismo

communist adj communista

  • n communista

community (1. community of interest, ideas, etc.; 2. [Sociol/Pol]) n communitate

commutability n commutabilitate

commutable adj commutabile

commutation n commutation

commutative adj commutative

commutator, change over switch [Elec] n commutator, collector

commute (1. to change, exchange; 2. [Law]; 3. [Elec] commutate) v commutar

  • (travel) v viagiar con abonamento, viagiar omne die (con abonamento)

commuter n abonato, viagiator quotidian

Comoros [Geog] n Le Comoros

compact (consolidate, condense) v compactar, consolidar, condensar

  • (dense) adj compacte, consolidate, condensate, dense
  • n pacto

companion (1. associate, fellow; 2. anything that matches or goes with another in kind, size, etc.) n companion

companionship n compania

company (1. companionhip; 2. group of people joined together for some purpose; 3. [Mil]) n compania

comparability n comparabilitate

comparable adj comparabile

comparative adj comparative

  • n comparativo

compare (liken) v assimilar

  • v comparar
  • v conferer

comparison (likening) n assimilation

  • n comparation

compartment (1. division, partition, etc.; 2. [R.R]) n compartimento

compass (1. pair of compasses; 2. [Naut]) n compasso

  • (instrument showing magnetic meridian) n bussola

compassion (feel - for) v compatir a

  • (pity, mercy) n compassion, misericordia, pietate

compassionate (sympathizing, merciful) adj misericorde, pietose

compatibility n compatibilitate

compatible adj compatibile

compatriot n compatriota

compearance (appearance in court) n comparition

compel (1. to drive together; 2. to urge with force, coerce) v compeller [-pell-/-puls-], coager [-ag-/-act-], coercer

  • (force) v compulsar
  • (necessitate, force) (make necessary) v necessitar

compendious (summarized) adj compendiose

compendium n compendio

compenetrate v compenetrar

compenetration n compenetration

compensable (that can be counterbalanced or compensated for) adj compensabile

compensate (1. to counterbalance; 2. to recompense) v compensar, indemnisar

compensating (compensatory) adj compensatori

compensation (1. action of counterbalancing; 2. recompense) n compensation

  • n indemnitate

compensator n compensator

compensatory (compensating) adj compensatori

compete v competer, concurrer [-curr-/-curs-]

competence (adequate ability, qualification for some specific work, activity, etc.) n competentia, sufficientia

competent (qualified, suitable, proper) adj competente

competing (rival) adj rival

  • adj concurrente

competition (contest) n competition, concurso

  • (rivalry) n concurrentia

competitive adj competitive

  • ~ examination n concurso

competitor (rival) n concurrente, rival

  • n competitor, concurrente

compilation n compilation

compile the nomenclature of v nomenclar

  • v compilar

compiler n compilator

complacency n complacentia

complacent adj complacente

complain v planger se

  • v querelar

complaint (1. utterance of grievance; 2. [Law]) n querela

  • n plancto

complaisance n complacentia

complaisant (accommodating) adj complacente

complement (that which completes) n complemento

  • n complemento
  • ~ , to make complete v complementar

complementary adj complementari

complete (whole) adj complete, integral

  • v completar, compler

completed (finished) adj clause

completely adv completemente

completing (completory) adj completori

completion n completion, completamento

completive adj completive

completory (completing) adj completori

complex (1. complex whole; 2. [Psychol]) n complexo

  • (1. composite; 2. intricate) adj complexe

complexion (skin coloring) n carnation

complexity (intricacy) n complexitate

compliance n conformitate, accordo

complicate v complicar

complicated adj complicate (pp of complicar)

complication (hindrance) n trica

  • (intrication, intricacy) n intrication
  • (intrigue, intricacy) (underhand plotting or scheming) n intrico, intrication
  • n complication

complicity n complicitate

compliment (pay -s) v facer complimentos

  • (with the -s of) prep. phr homage de
  • n complimento
  • v complimentar

complimentary (flattering) adj complimentari

  • ~ ticket n billet de favor

complin [Eccl] n completa

comply v acceder

  • v conformar (se)
  • ~ with (yield to) v obsequer

component adj componente

  • n componente

comport (bear, allow, brook) v comportar

compose oneself v calmar se

  • ~ sonnets v sonettar
  • v componer [-pon-/-posit-/-post-]

composed (be - of) v componer se de

  • adj composite
  • ~ calm adj composite

composer n compositor

composite (compound) adj composite

  • (compound) n composito

composition (1. act of composing; 2. [Mus/Art]; 3. compromise; 4. [Typog]; 5. [Gram]) n composition

compositor (typesetter) n compositor, cassista

compost (prepared manure) n composto

composure n calma

compote n compota

compound (composite) adj composite

  • (composite) n composito
  • adj composite
  • v componer

compounding (making) n confection

compound-interest n interesse composite

comprehend (1. to understand; 2. to include, comprise) v comprender [-prend-/-prens-], comprehender [-hend-/-hens-]

comprehensibility n comprehensibilitate, comprensibilitate

comprehensible, (understandable) adj comprehensibile, comprensibile

comprehension (1. act or faculty of understanding; 2. [Logic] (the sum of the attributes comprehended in a concept) n comprehension, comprension

comprehensive (1. including much; 2. of wide mental grasp) adj comprehensive, comprensive

  • ~ school n schola secundari commun

compress (enfold tightly) v stringer [string-/strict-]

  • [Med] n compressa
  • v comprimer [-prim-/-press-]

compressibility n compressibilitate

compressible adj compressibile

compression n compression

compressive adj compressive

compressor (1. [Anat]; 2. [Mach]; 3. [Med]) n compressor

comprise (be -d of) v componer se de

  • v comprehender, comprender

compromise (1. to expose to risk or danger; 2. as in to compromise someone) v compromitter [-mitt-/-miss-], compromitter se

  • (effect a compromise) v transiger [-ig-/-act]
  • n compromisso

compulsion n compulsion

  • ~ , coercion n coercition, coaction

compulsive adj compulsive, irresistibile

compulsory (binding, obligatory) adj compulsori, obligatori

compunction n compunction

computable adj computabile

computation n computation, computo

compute v computar

computer (computist) n computista

  • ~ disk n disco, dischetta
  • ~ file n file, archivo
  • n computator
  • ~ programmer n programmator de computatores

computist (computer) n computista

comrade n camerada

comradeship n cameraderia

conational (fellow countryman) n conational

concatenate (link together) v concatenar, incatenar

concatenation n concatenation

concausal adj concausal

concause (cooperating cause) n concausa

concave adj concave

concavity n concavitate

conceal (cover) v teger [teg-/tect-]

  • (hide, keep secret) v occultar, dissimular, celar
  • (hold back, withhold) (information required by law) v subnegar
  • v abstruder [-trud-/-trus-]

concealer n celator

concealment (withholding) (information required by law) n subnegation

  • n occultation, dissimulation, celamento

concede (grant) v impartir; conceder [-ced-/-cess-]

conceit (concetto) [Lit] n concepto

  • n vanitate

conceited (pretentious, presumptuous, vainglorious) adj pretentiose, vanitose

conceivable adj concipibile

conceive (1. [Physiol] (a baby); 2. to conceive mentally, imagine, ideate) v conciper [-cip /-cept-]; idear, imaginar

concentrate (1. to focus, center; 2. [Chem]; 3. [Mil]) v concentrar

concentration (1. action of concentrating or centering; 2. [Chem]) n concentration

  • ~ camp n campo de concentration

concentric adj concentric

concept n concepto

conceptacle [Bot] n conceptaculo

conception (1. Physiol]; 2. mental conception, perception) n conception, concipimento; perception

conceptive adj conceptive

conceptual (notional) adj conceptual, notional

conceptualism [Philos] n conceptualismo

conceptualist [Philos] n conceptualista

concern (be -ed for) v esser concernite pro

  • (business) n affaire
  • (have relation or reference to) v concerner
  • (regard) v reguardar
  • (worry) n anxietate

concerned (be - with) v preoccupar se de

  • adj anxie

concerning (regarding, about, of, on) adj super, de, concernente, re

  • prep concernente

concert (1. [Mus]; 2. agreement, harmony) n concerto

  • ~ performer n concertista
  • v concertar

concertante (as in a concertante part) [Mus] adj concertante

concerted action n conspiration, action concertate

  • adj concertate

concertina [Mus] n concertina

concerto n concerto

concessible adj concessibile

concession (grant) n concession

concessionary (concessive) adj concessive

  • adj concessionari

concessionnaire n concessionario

concessive (concessionary) adj concessive

concessor n concessor

concetto (conceit) [Lit] n concepto

conch (marine shell) n concha

concha (1. [Anat]; 2. [Arch]) n concha

conchiform (shell-shaped) adj conchiforme

conchoid [Geom] n conchoide

conchoidal adj conchoidal

conchologist n conchyliologo

conchology n conchyliologia

conciliate v conciliar

conciliation n conciliation

conciliative (conciliatory) adj conciliative

conciliator (peacemaker) n conciliator

conciliatory (conciliative, placatory) adj conciliative, placatori

concise adj concise

conciseness (concision) n concision

concision (conciseness) n concision

conclave [Eccl] n conclave

conclavist [Eccl] n conclavista

conclude (1. to bring to a close; 2. to reach a final settlement of; 3. to infer) v concluder [-clud-/-clus-], clausurar, terminar

conclusion (1. close, termination; 2. final arrangement, settlement; 3. inference) n conclusion

conclusive adj probante, concludente

concoct (a story) v finger

  • (of food) v confectionar

concoction n confection

concord n concordia

concordance (1. concord, agreement; 2. concordance of the Bible, etc.) n concordantia

concordant adj concorde, concordante (ppr of concordar)

concordat n concordato

concourse (gathering of people) n concurso

concrete (1. united in a solid form; 2. not abstract) adj concrete

  • (cause to coalesce or congeal) v concretar
  • (made of concrete) adj de beton
  • (reinforced ~) n beton armate
  • n beton
  • v betonar

concretion n concretion

concretize v concretisar

concubinage n concubinage (-aje), concubinato

concubinary adj concubinari

concubine n concubina

concupiscence n concupiscentia

concupiscent adj concupiscente

concur (1. to agree in opinion; 2. to work jointly) v concurrer [-curr-/-curs-]

concurrence (1. agreement in opinion; 2. union in action) n concurrentia

concurrent [Geom] adj concurrente (ppr of concurrer)

concussion n concussion

concussive adj concussive

condemn (1. to pronounce guilty of crime or wrong; 2 . to pronounce unfit or no longer available for use) v condemnar

condemnable adj condemnabile

condemnation n condemnation

condemnatory (condemning) adj condemnatori

condemned (convicted) (one) n condemnato, convicto

condemner n condemnator

condemning (condemnatory) adj condemnatori

condensability n condensabilitate

condensable adj condensabile

condensation n condensation

condense (compact, consolidate) v compactar

  • (make denser, more compact, more concise, etc.) v condensar
  • v condensar (se)

condenser (refrigeratory) adj refrigerante (ppr of refrigerar)

  • n condensator

condescend v condescender

condescending adj condescendente

condescension n condescendentia

condiment n condimento

condition (1. prerequisite; 2. mode, state of being) n condition

  • (1. to be a determining condition of; 2. to put into specified or desired condition) v conditionar
  • (on - that) prep. phr a condition que

conditional [Gram] n conditional

  • adj conditional

conditionally adv conditionalmente

conditions (terms) n conditiones

condole v condoler

condolence n condolentia

condom n condom, medio anticonceptional

condominium n condominio

condone v condonar, pardonar

condor [Ornith] n condor

conducive adj conducente

conduct (1. leading, guidance; 2. direction, management; 3. behavior) n conducta

  • (1. to guide, lead; 2. to direct; 3. [Phys] (transmit) v conducer [-duc-/-duct-]; ducer [duc-/duct-], diriger, menar
  • ~ back (reconduct) v reconducer

conductibility n conductibilitate

conductible adj conductibile

conduction (1. Lawl conductio; 2. [Physiol]) n conduction

conductive adj conductive

conductivity n conductivitate

conductor (1. one who guides or directs; 2. railway conductor, bus conductor, etc.; 3. [Phys]) n conductor

  • [Mus] n director

conduit n conducto

cone (1. [Math]; 2. [Bot]) n cono

cone-shaped (coniform) adj coniforme

confabulate (chat) v confabular

confabulation (chat) n confabulation

confabulator (chatterer) n confabulator

confect (make, manufacture) v confectionar

confection (make into a confection) [Pharm] v confectionar

  • [Pharm] n confection

confectioner n confectero

confectionery (confectioner's trade, shop, etc.) n confecteria

confederacy (confederation) n confederation

confederate (accomplice) n complice

  • (ally) n confederato
  • adj confederate (pp of confederar)
  • v confederar

confederation (confederacy) n confederation

confederative adj confederative

confer (1. to consult together; 2. to bestow) v conferer, conferentiar

  • ~ the degree of Doctor upon v doctorar
  • ~ the degree of licentiate upon v licentiar

conference (interview) n abuccamento

  • (press ~) n conferentia de pressa
  • n conferentia

conferential adj conferential

conferring the licentiate (licentiation) n licentiamento

confess (1. to make a confession of; 2. to hear the confession of) v confessar

  • (admit) v confessar, admitter

confessed (shriven) adj confesse

confession (1. confession to a priest; 2. acknowledgement, admission of a fault, etc.) n confession

  • (admission) n admission

confessional (confessionary) n confessionario

  • adj confessional

confessionary (confessional) n confessionario

confessor (christian who adheres to his faith under persecution, priest who hears confessions) n confessor

confetti [I] n confetti

confidant (confident) n confidente

confide v confider

confidence (confidence in someone or something, thing told in confidence) n confidentia

  • (trust) n fiducia
  • ~ trick n duperia

confident (self-confident) adj confidente

confidential (told or written as a secret) adj confidential

confidentially adv confidentialmente

confiding (trustful) adj confidente

configuration n configuration

configure (form, shape) v configurar

confine (restrain) v confinar

  • ~ illegally (put under illegal restraint) v sequestrar
  • n confinio
  • ~ oneself to v restringer se a

confinement (act of confining, respraining, detention, imprisonment) n confinamento, detenimento, detention

  • (childbirth) n puerperio

confirm (1. to corroborate, establish; 2. [Eccl]) v confirmar

  • (sanction, establish) v sancir [sanc-/sanct-]

confirmation (1. corroboration, establishment; 2. [Eccl]) n confirmation

confirmative adj confirmative

confirmatory (corroborative) adj confirmatori

confirmed adj inveterate

confirmer n confirmator

confiscable adj confiscabile

confiscate v confiscar

confiscation n confiscation

confiscator n confiscator

confiscatory adj confiscatori

confitent (one who confesses) n confitente

conflagrate (set afire) v conflagrar

conflagration (deflagration) n deflagration

conflict n conflicto

  • v confliger [-flig-/-flict-]

confluence (meeting or junction of two or more rivers, etc.) n confluentia

confluent [Med] (flowing together) adj confluente

conform (adapt) v conformar (se)

conformable (in conformity) adj conforme

conformation (structure) n conformation

conformist n conformista

conformity (in - with) prep. phr conforme a, in conformitate con

  • n conformitate

confound (confuse) (1. to throw into disorder; 2. to bewilder, perplex) v confunder [-fund-/-fus-]

confraternal adj confraternal

confraternity (brotherhood) n confraternitate

confrere n confratre

confront (1. to bring face to face; 2. to compare) v confrontar

confrontation n confrontation

Confucian adj confucian

  • n confuciano

Confucianism n confucianismo

Confucius [B.C. 551-478, chinese philosopher] n Confucio

confuse (confound) (1. to throw into disorder, disturb; 2. to bewilder, perplex) v confunder [-fund-/-fus-], disturbar, turbar

  • (fail to distinguish between) v confunder [-fund-/-fus-]
  • (intricate, entangle) v intricar

confused (1. as in a confused mass; 2. disconcerted, embarrassed) adj confuse

confusion (1. disorder, disturbance; 2. embarrassment) n confusion, turbation

confutation n confutation

confute (refute) v confutar

congeal (cause to solidify by cooling) v congelar

  • v congelar (se)

congealable (capable of becoming concrete) adj concrescibile

  • adj congelabile

congealer n congelator

congealment (congelation) n congelamento, congelation

congelation (congealment) n congelation, congelamento

congenial adj congenial

congeniality n congenialitate

congenital adj congenite

congeries n congerie

congest (cause an obstructive accumulation) v congerer [-ger-/-gest-], [Med] congestionar

congested (crowded) adj congerite

  • (inflamed) [Med] adj injectate (pp of injectar)

congestion n congestion

congestive adj congestive

conglomerate n conglomerato

  • v conglomerar

conglomeration n conglomeration

conglutinate (glue together) v conglutinar

conglutination n conglutination

conglutinative adj conglutinative

Congo [Geog] n Congo

congratulate (express joy at, felicitate, rejoice with someone a good fortune) v congratular, gratular, felicitar

congratulation (felicitation, good wishes) n congratulation, felicitatition, gratulation

congratulatory adj congratulatori, gratulatori

congregate (collect into a mass or crowd) v congregar

  • v congregar (se)

congregation (1. assembly, gathering of people; 2. body of people assembled for religious worship; 3. religious company or order; 4. committee of the Roman College of Cardinals) n congregation

  • [Bib] n ecclesia

congregational adj congregational

Congregationalism n congregationalismo

Congregationalist n congregationalista

congress (1. convention, conference; 2. lawmaking body of a republic) n congresso

congressman n congressista

congruence n congruentia

congruent adj congruente (ppr of congruer)

congruity (harmony) n congruitate

congruous adj congrue

conic adj conic

conical adj conic

conicity n conicitate

conifer adj conifere

coniferous (bearing cones) [Bot] adj conifere

coniform (cone-shaped) adj coniforme

coniroster [Zool] n conirostro

conirostral [Zool] adj conirostre

conjectural (based on conjecture) adj conjectural

conjecture (make conjectures) v conjicer [-jic-/ject-], conjecturar, facer conjecturas

  • n conjectura

conjoin (unite, combine) v conjunger [-jung-/junct-]

conjoiner n conjunctor

conjoint (conjunct) adj conjuncte

conjointly (conjunctly, jointly, together) adv conjunctemente, junctemente, insimul

conjugable [Gram] adj conjugabile

conjugal adj conjugal

conjugate [Bot] adj conjugate (pp of conjugar)

  • [Gram] v conjugar

conjugation [Gram] n conjugation

conjugational [Gram] adj conjugational

conjunct (conjoint) adj conjuncte

conjunction (1. union; 2. [Astrol/Astron]; 3. [Gram]) n conjunction

  • (in - with) prep. phr conjunctemente con, in conjunction con

conjunctiva [Anat] n conjunctiva

conjunctive (connective) adj conjunctive, subjunctive

conjunctivitis n conjunctivitis

conjunctly (jointly, together, conjointly) adv conjunctemente, junctemente, insimul

conjuncture (juncture) n conjunctura

conjure (entreat, beseech) v conjurar, invocar

  • ~ up v evocar
  • vi facer jocos de prestidigitation

conjurer (prestidigitator, juggler) n prestidigitator

conjuring n prestidigitation

  • ~ trick (illusion) n joco de prestidigitation

connatural (inborn, natural) adj connatural

connect (unite, join) v connecter [-nect-/-nex-], unir, junger (se)

connected adj connexe, connectite

connecting rod [Mach] n biella

connection (connexion) (union) n connexion

  • (nexus) n nexo

connective (conjunctive) adj conjunctive, subjunctive

  • adj connective, connexive, copulative

connexion (connection) (union) n connexion

connivance n conniventia

connive v conniver

connoisseur (expert) n cognoscitor

  • (gourmet) (in food and drink) n gourmet ¬F

connotation n connotation, signification

connote v connotar, significar

connubial adj connubial

conquer (gain dominion over) v conquirer [-quir-/-quest-/-quisit-]

conqueror n conquirente

  • n conquisitor

conquest (1. act of conquering a country, etc.; 2. conquered territory, etc.) n conquesta

consanguineous adj consanguinee

consanguinity (blood relationship) n consanguinitate

conscience (matter of ~) n caso de conscientia

conscientious adj conscientiose

  • ~ objector [Mil] n objector de conscientia

conscious (be - of) v esser conscie de

  • adj conscie, consciente

consciousness (awake, aware) n conscientia

conscript (enroll) v conscriber [-scrib-/-script-]

  • [Mil] n conscripto

conscription [Mil] n conscription

consecrate (1. to make sacred or holy; 2. to dedicate to some purpose; 3. to sanction) v consecrar, sacrar

consecration (1. action of consecrating; 2. [R.C.Ch] Consecration; 3. sanction) n consecration

consecrator n consecrator

consecutive (successive) adj consecutive

consensual [Law] adj consensual

consensus n consenso

consent (- to) v consentir [-sent-/-sens-]

  • (by common ~) prep. phr de commun accordo
  • n consentimento

consequence (in - of) prep. phr in consequentia de

  • (inference; outcome, result) n consequentia

consequent (apodosis of a conditional proposition) n consequente

  • (following as a result or conclusion) adj consequente
  • (resulting) adj consecutive
  • [Math] n consequente

consequential adj consequential

consequently (accordingly, therefore, then, ans so) adv consequentemente, ergo, ita

conservable adj conservabile

conservation (preservation) n conservation

  • ~ of energy n conservation de energia

conservative (conservatory) adj conservatori

  • (conserving, preserving, preservative) adj conservative
  • n conservator

conservator (one who conserves, preserves) n conservator

conservatory (1. [Mus]; 2. greenhouse) n conservatorio

  • (conservative) adj conservatori

conserve (1. to preserve from harm; 2. to keep, retain) v conservar, servar

  • [Pharm] n conserva

consider (deem, give consideration to) v considerar, reputar

  • ~ anew (reconsider) n reconsiderar
  • ~ oneself v considerar se, creder se

considerable adj considerabile

considerably adv considerabilemente, assatis

considerate adj considerate, sollicite

consideration (1. act of considering; 2. esteem) n consideration

  • (be under ~) n esser in consideration

considering (in view of) prep considerante, viste, in vista de

consign (1. to deposit; 2. [Commer]) v consignar

consignation (act of consigning or depositing) n consignation

consignee [Commer] n consignatario

consigner n consignator

consignment n consignation

consist v consister

consistency (1. degree of firmness or density; 2. congruity, harmony of parts) n consistentia

consistent (in reasoning, behavior, etc.) adj consistente, consequente

  • adj consistente

consistorial [Eccl] adj consistorial

consistory [Eccl] n consistorio

consociate (bring into consociation) v consociar

consociation n consociation

consolable adj consolabile

consolation n consolation

consolatory (comforting) adj consolatori

console (1. support in the form of a wall bracket; 2. console table) n consola

  • (comfort) v consolar, confortar
  • ~ again (comfort again) v reconfortar
  • v consolar

consoled (comforted) adj consolate, confortate

consoler (comforter) n consolator

consolida (comfrey) [Bot] n consolida

consolidate (condense, compact, strengthen) v consolidar, condensar, compactar

consolidation (strengthening) n consolidation

consolidative adj consolidative

consoling (comforting) (action of) n consolation, confortation

consommé n consommé ¬F

consonant adj consonante

  • n consonante

consort (spouse) n consorte, conjuge

consortium n consortium

conspicuous (be - by one's absence) adj brillar per su absentia

  • (eminent, distinguished) adj conspicue

conspiracy (plot) n conspiration, conjuration

  • n conjuration

conspirator (plotter) n conspirator

conspire (1. to act together; 2. to plot) v conspirar, conjurar

constable n agente de policia

Constance (1. [Geog]; 2. nprf) n Constantia

constancy n constantia

constant [Math] n constante

  • adj constante

Constantinian adj constantinian

Constantinople n Constantinopole

Constantinopolite (inhabitant of Constantinople) n constantinopolita

constantly adv constantemente

constat [Law] n constat

constellate (set in a constellation) adj constellate (pp of constellar)

  • (star) v constellar

constellation [Astron] n constellation

consternation n consternation

constipate v constipar

constipated (costive) adj constipate (pp of constipar)

constipation n constipation

constituency n districto electoral

constituent (1. component; 2. having the power to frame or alter a political constitution) adj constituente

constitute (1. to make up; 2. to appoint; 3. to set up, establish) v constituer [-stitu-/-stitut-]

constitution (1. action of constituting; 2. law, decree; 3 . political constitution; 4. composition; 5. physical make-up of a person) n constitution; complexion

constitutional (in conformity with the constitution of a nation) adj constitutional

constitutionality n constitutionalitate

constitutive (essential) adj constitutive

constitutor (one who constitutes) n constitutor

constrain (1. to compel; 2. to compress, clasp tightly) v constringer [-string-/-strict-]

constraint n coercition

constrict v constringer

constriction n constriction

constrictive adj constrictive

constrictor [Anat] n constrictor

constringent adj constringente (ppr of constringer)

construct (build) v struer [stru-/struct-], construer [-stru-/-struct-]

  • ~ with concrete (face with concrete) v betonar

construction (1. act of constructing; 2. thing constructed) n construction

constructive adj constructive

constructor n constructor

  • ~ of canals n constructor de canales, canalisator

construe v construer [-stru-/-struct-]

consubstantial [Theol] adj consubstantial

consubstantiality [Theol] n consubstantialitate

consubstantiation [Theol] n consubstantiation

consuetude (custom) n consuetude

consuetudinary (customary) adj consuetudinari

consul (1. [Rom. Hist]; 2. [Foreign Service]) n consule

consular (1. [Rom. Hist]; 2. [Foreign Service]) adj consular

consulate (1. [Rom. Hist]; 2. [Foreign Service]) n consulato

consult (1. to confer; 2. to ask advice of) v consultar

consultant (adviser) n consultor

consultation (deliberation) n consulta, consultation

consultative (advisory) adj consultative

consumable adj consumibile

consume (of fire) v comburer

  • (use up) v exhaurir
  • v consumer [-sum-/-sumpt-]
  • ~ , burn up v comburer [-bur-/-bust-]

consumer (1. one who destroys or uses up; 2. [Commer]) n consumitor

consummate adj consummate

  • v consummar

consummation (completion, fulfillment) n consummation

consummator n consummator

consumption (1. act or process of consuming; 2. [Pathol]) n consumption, consumo

consumptive adj consumptive

  • n consumptivo

contact (be in - with) v esser in contacto con

  • ~ lenses n lentes a contacto
  • n contacto
  • v continger

contagion (transmission of a disease by contact) n contagion

contagious adj contagiose

contain (hold, comprise) v caper [cap-/capt-;-cip-/-cept-], continer [-tin-/-tent-]

container (holder) n receptaculo

  • (of freight) n container
  • (vessel) n vasculo
  • adj recipiente
  • ~ ship n nave a containers

containing silver (argentous) adj argentose

containment area n area de continemento

  • n continemento

contaminable adj contaminabile

contaminate v contaminar

contamination (act of contaminating) n contamination

contaminator n contaminator

contemn (view with contempt) v contemner [-temn-/-tempt-]

contemner (despiser) n contemptor

contemplate (gaze upon or view thoughtfully) v contemplar; considerar

contemplation (1. act of gazing upon or viewing thoughtfully; 2. meditation on spiritual things) n contemplation

contemplative adj contemplative

contemplator n contemplator

contemporaneous (contemporary) adj contemporanee

contemporaneousness n contemporaneitate

contemporary (contemporaneous) adj contemporanee

  • n contemporaneo

contempt (scorn) n minusprecio

  • n contempto

contemptible adj contemptibile

contemptuous adj contemptuose

contend (fight, struggle, dispute, etc.) v contender [-tend-/-tent-]

contender (contester) n contendente, contenditor

content (contented, satisfied) adj contente, satisfacte

  • (contentment) n contento, contentamento
  • (contents) n contento
  • v contentar

contentable (easily contented) adj contentabile

contented (content) adj contente

contention (act of arguing, disputing) n contention

contentious (1. quarrelsome, fond of arguing; 2. involving contention in a dispute) adj contentiose

contentment (content) n contentamento, contento

contents (content) n contento

conterminous (bordering) adj contermine, confin

contest (call in question) v contestar

  • (competition) n concurso
  • (controversy) n contestation

contestable adj contestabile

contestant (as in the contestant of a will) n contestante

  • (one who takes part in a contest) n concurrente

contestation n contestation

contester (contender) n contenditor, contendente

context n contexto

contexture n contextura

contiguity n contiguitate

contiguous (adjoining) adj contigue

continence n continentia

continent (mainland) n terra

  • (one of the six great masses of land on the earth) n continente
  • adj continente

continental adj continental

contingency (1. quality of being contingent or accidental; 2. accidental or unexpected event) n contingentia, eventualitate, possibilitate

contingent (1. accidental or unexpected event; 2. share, quota) n contingente, contingentia, eventualitate, possibilitate

  • (of uncertain occurrence) adj contingente (ppr of continger), eventual, possibile

continuable adj continuabile

continual adj continue

continually adv continuemente

continuation n continuation

continuative (expressing or making for continuity) adj continuative

continuator (continuer) n continuator

continue (last on, perdure) v continuar, perdurar

continuer (continuator) n continuator

continuity (1. continuousness; 2. continuum) n continuitate

continuous adj continue

contort v contorquer [-torqu-/-tort-]

contortion (twisting) n contortion

contour n contorno

contraband (1. smuggling; 2. smuggled goods) n contrabando

contrabandist n contrabandista, contrabandero

contrabass (double bass) [Mus] n contrabasso

contraception n anticonception

contraceptive adj anticonceptional

  • n medio anticonceptional

contract (1. to draw together, make smaller or narrower; 2. to enter into with mutual obligations; 3. to incur, acquire) v contraher [-trah-/-tract-]

  • (enter into a contract) v contractar
  • (shrivel) v crispar
  • n contracto
  • v contraher (se)

contractile adj contractile

contractility n contractilitate

contracting party n contrahente

contraction (shortening) n contraction

  • (shriveling, crispation) n crispation

contractive adj contractive

contractor n contractista, interprenditor

contractual adj contractual

contracture [Med] n contractura

contradict (deny) v contradicer [-dic-/-dict-], disdicer

contradicter (contradictor, gainsayer) n contradictor

contradicting (contradictory) adj contradictori

contradiction (1. act of contradicting; 2. inconsistency) n contradiction

contradictor (gainsayer, contradicter) n contradictor

contradictory (contradicting) adj contradictori

contralto [Mus] n contralto

contraposition (antithesis) n contraposition

contraption n apparato, machina

contrapuntal adj contrapunctistic

contrapuntist n contrapunctista

contrariety (adversity, mishap) n contrarietate

contrary (on the ~) adj al contrario

  • adj contrari, adverse, antipode
  • n contrario

contrast (form a contrast) v contrastar, mitter in contrasto

  • n contrasto

contravallation [Fortif] n contravallation

contravene v contravenir

contravener n contraventor

contravention n contravention

contredance n contradansa

contribute (furnish as a share) v contribuer [-tribu-/-tribut-], collaborar

contribution (1. money, help, contributed; 2. tax, levy) n contribution

contributive adj contributive

contributor n contributor, collaborator, contribuente

contrite adj contrite

contrition n contrition

contrivance (excogitation, devising) n excogitation

contrive v arrangiar

control (check) n controlo

  • (direction) n direction
  • (govern) v diriger, governar
  • (have under control, keep under control, check, verify) v controlar
  • (restrain) v continer [-tin-/-tent-]

controversial (controvertible) adj controverse, controvertibile

controversialist (polemicista) n controversista, polemista

controversially adv controversemente

controversy (contest) n controversia, contestation, polemica

controvert v controverter [-vert-/-vers-]

controvertible (controversial) adj controvertibile, controverse

contumacious adj contumace

contumacy (1. pertinacious resistance to authority; 2. wilful disobedience to the summons or order of a court) n contumacia

contuse (bruise) v contunder [-tund-/-tus-]

contusion (bruise) n contusion

convalesce v convalescer

convalescence n convalescentia

convalescent adj/n convalescente

convene (come together) v convenir [-ven-/-vent-]

convenience (handiness, comfort, suitability) n convenientia, commoditate

convenient (comfortable, suitable, handy) adj conveniente, commode

convent n convento

conventicle n conventiculo

convention (1. assembly; 2. agreement 3. conventional custom) n convention

conventional adj conventional

conventionalism n conventionalismo

conventionalist n conventionalista

conventionalize (stylize) v stilisar

conventionally adv conventionalmente

conventual adj conventual

converge (tend to come together in a point) v converger

convergence (convergency) (process or fact of converging) n convergentia

convergency (convergence) (process or fact of converging) n convergentia

convergent adj convergente (ppr of converger)

conversable (sociable, affable) adj conversabile

conversant (- with) adj versate in

conversation n conversation

converse (be engaged in colloquy) v conversar, colloquer [-loqu-/-locut-]

  • (contrary) n opposito
  • adj reciproc

conversely adv reciprocamente

conversion (1. change, transmutation, act of converting; 2. change to another religion, belief, opinion) n conversion, convertimento

convert (1. to chance, transmute; 2. to change to another religion, belief, opinion) v converter [-vert-/-vers-]

  • n converso

convertibility n convertibilitate

convertible adj convertibile

converting (conversion) (act of) n convertimento, conversion

convex adj convexe

convexity n convexitate

convey (carry) v transportar

  • (transfer) v traducer [-duc-/-duct-]
  • (transmit) v transmitter

conveyer (conveyor) n vector

conveyor-belt n banda transportator

convict n convicto, fortiato

  • v convincer [-vinc-/-vict-]

convicted (condemned) (one) n convicto, condemnato

conviction (for crime) n condemnation

  • (settled belief) n conviction

convince v convincer [-vinc-/-vict-]

convincement n convincimento

convivial adj convival

convocation (action of convoking or calling together) n convocation

  • (of a council) [R.C.Ch] n indiction

convoke (call together) v convocar

convoker n convocator

convolute (convolve) v convolver [-volv-/-volut-]

  • adj convolute

convolve (convolute) v convolver [-volv-/-volut-]

convolvulaceous [Bot] adj convolvulacee

convolvulus [Bot] n convolvulo

convoy (1. act of convoying; 2. protecting escort; 3. convoyed vessel, fleet, train, party) n convoyo, convio

  • [Mil] v convoyar, conviar

convulse v convulser, conveller [-vell-/-vuls-]

convulsed adj convulse

convulsion n convulsion

convulsionary (convulsive) adj convulsionari, convulsive

  • [Relig] n convulsionario

convulsive (convulsionary) adj convulsionari, convulsive

  • adj convulsive

cook again v recocer

  • ~ Islands [Geog] n Insulas Cook
  • n cocinera
  • n cocinero, coco
  • v cocer [coc-/coct ], cocinar

cookbook n libro de cocina

cooker n apparato a cocer

cookery n cocina

cookery-book n libro de cocina

cookie n biscuit

cooking (action of) n coction

  • n cocina

cool (chill) v refrigidar, frigidar, refrescar

  • (coolness) n frescor, fresco
  • (moderately cold) adj fresc
  • ~ off (become cold) v refrigidar, frigidar

coolie n coolie ¬A

cooling (chilling, frigorific) adj frigorific

coolness (cold, coldness) n frigor, fresco, frescor

coop n galliniera

cooper n cupero, barrilero

cooperate (also co-operate) v cooperar

cooperation (also co-operation) (act of cooperating) n cooperation

cooperative (also co-operative) adj cooperative

  • (also co-operative) n cooperativa

cooperator (also co-operator) n cooperator

coopt v cooptar

cooptation (cooption) n cooptation

cooption (cooptation) n cooptation

coop-up (put in a coop) v includer

coordinate adj coordinate

  • n coordinata
  • v coordinar

coordinated adj coordinate

coordination n coordination

coordinator n coordinator

co-owner (coproprietor) n coproprietario

co-ownership (coproprietorship) n coproprietate

cope n pluvial

  • v arrangiar se

Copenhagen n Copenhagen

Copernican adj copernican

copier n copiator

copious (plentiful) adj copiose

copiousness (plenty, abundance) n copia, abundantia

copper (cuprous) adj cuprose

  • (policeman) n agente de policia
  • [Metal] n cupro
  • adj de cupro

copper-bearing (cupriferous) adj cuprifere

coppersmith n caldierero

coproprietor (co-owner) n coproprietario

coproprietorship (co-ownership) n coproprietate

copse n boschetto

copula [Gram] n copula

copulate v copular (se)

copulation (sexual union) n copulation, copula

copulative [Gram] adj copulative

copy (make a - of) v copiar, reproducer, facer un copia de

  • (reproduction) n copia, reproduction
  • (specimen of a book) adj copia, exemplar
  • (transcript) n transcripto

copyist n copista

copyright n copyright ¬A

coquet (coquette) v coquettar

  • (coquettish) adj coquette

coquetry n coquetteria

coquette (coquet) v coquettar

  • n coquetta

coquettish (coquet) adj coquette

coraco- (crow, raven) [occurring in compounds] n coraco-

coral grinder n corallero

  • n corallo

coralliform n coralliforme

coralline [Zool] n corallina

  • adj corallin

cord (1. as in to cord a fabric; 2. to bind with cords) v cordar

  • (rope) n corda
  • (small) n funiculo, cordon

cordage [Naut] n cordage (-aje)

cordial (1. hearty, friendly; 2. stimulating) adj cordial

  • (stimulating beverage) n cordial

cordiality n cordialitate

cordially adv cordialmente

cordiform (heart-shaped) adj cordiforme

cordillera (mountain range) n cordillera ¬H

cordon (1. small braid worn as an ornament or badge; 2. [Mil]) n cordon

Cordova n Cordova

cordovan (leather) n cordovano

  • (made of cordovan leather) adj cordovan
  • (native of Cordova) n cordovano
  • (pertaining to Cordova) adj cordovan

corduroy n villuto costate

core (nucleus) n nucleo

  • (of fruit) n corde

co-religionist n correligionario

coriaceous adj coriacee

Corinth n Corintho

Corinthian adj corinthie

  • n corinthio

cork (1. bark of the cork oak; 2. cork stopper) n corco

  • (as in to cork a bottle) v corcar

corkscrew n tiracorcos

corn (grain) (1. seed of cereal grasses; 2. as in grain market, corn exchange) n grano, grano de cereal

  • (hard skin) n callo
  • (maize) (Indian) n mais, maiz
  • v insalar

corncutter (chiropodist) n callista

cornea n cornea

corned adj insalate

  • ~ beef n bove insalate

cornelian [Mineral] n cornalina

corner (angle) n angulo

  • (monopolize) v monopolisar
  • (trap) vt accular
  • (turn) vi virar
  • adj angular

cornet (1. [Mus]; 2. [Mil]; 3. [Naut] (burgee) n cornetta

  • (for ice-cream) n cornetto

cornettist n cornettista

cornflakes n floccos de mais

cornflour n farina de mais

cornflower (bluebottle) [Bot] n cyano

cornice [Arch] n cornice

cornucopia n cornucopia

corolla [Bot] n corolla

corollary [Logic, Math] n corollario

corollate (corollated) [Bot] adj corollate

corollated (corollate) [Bot] adj corollate

corolliferous [Bot] adj corollifere

corolliform [Bot] adj corolliforme

corona [Astron] n corona

coronal (1. crown; 2. [Anat]) adj coronal

coronary (crown) adj coronari

coronation n coronation, coronamento

coronet [Veter] n corona

corporal (bodily) adj corporal

  • [Mil] n caporal

corporality (corporeality) n corporalitate

corporate (corporative) adj corporative

corporation (city council) n consilio municipal

  • (guild) n corporation
  • (incorporated company) n societate anonyme

corporative (corporate) adj corporative

corporeal (1. material; 2. corporal, bodily) adj corporee

corporeality (corporality) n corporalitate

corporeity n corporeitate

corps [Mil] n corps ¬F

  • n corpore

corpse (cadaver) n cadavere

corpse-like (cadaverous) adj cadaverose

corpulence n corpulentia

corpulent adj corpulente

corpuscle n corpusculo

corpuscular adj corpuscular

corral n corral

correct (1. proper; 2. right, accurate) adj correcte

  • (1. to set right; 2. to chastise) v corriger [-rig-/-rect-]

correction (1. action of setting right; 2. rebuke, punishment) n correction

correctional (as in correctional institutions) adj correctional

corrective (correctory) adj corrective, correctori

  • n correctivo

correctness n correctessa

corrector n corrector

correctory (corrective) adj correctori, corrective

correlate v correlatar

correlation n correlation

correlative adj correlative

correspond (1. to be in conformity; 2. to communicate by exchange of letters) v corresponder

correspondence (1. conformity; 2. exchange of letters; 3. letters, mail) n correspondentia

correspondent adj/n correspondente

corridor (hallway) n corridor

corrigible (capable of being set right or reformed) adj corrigibile

corroborant n corroborante

corroborate v corroborar

corroboration n corroboration

corroborative (confirmatory) adj corroborative, confirmatori

corrode (eat away gradually) v corroder (se) [-rod-/-ros-]

corrosion n corrosion

corrosive adj corrosive

  • n corrosivo

corrugate (wrinkle) (up) v corrugar

corrugation n corrugation

corrupt (1. to make evil or wicked; 2. to bribe; 3. to make incorrect, falsify) v corrumper [-rump-/-rupt-]

  • (deprave) v vitiar
  • (depraved) adj depravate (pp of depravar)
  • adj corrupte

corrupter n corruptor

corruptibility n corruptibilitate

corruptible adj corruptibile

corruption (1. depravity; 2. bribery; 3. as in corruption of a text or of a style) n corruption

corsage (bodice) n corsage ¬F

corset (girdle) n corset ¬F

  • ~ maker n corsetero

Corsica [Geog] n Corsica

Corsican adj corse

  • n corso

cortex [Anat] n cortice

cortical adj cortical

corticate (corticose) [Bot] adj corticose

corticose (corticate) [Bot] adj corticose

corvette n corvetta

corvine adj corvin

cosecant [Trig] n cosecante

cosh n massa

  • v massar

cosine [Math] n cosinus

cosmetic adj cosmetic

  • n cosmetico

cosmetics n cosmetica

cosmic (relating to the universe) adj cosmic

cosmogonal (cosmogonic) adj cosmogonic

cosmogony (theory of the generation of the universe) n cosmogonia

cosmographer n cosmographo

cosmographic(al) adj cosmographic

cosmography (description of the universe or of the earth) n cosmographia

cosmological adj cosmologic

cosmologist n cosmologo

cosmology n cosmologia

cosmonaut n cosmonauta

cosmopolitan adj/n cosmopolita

cosmopolitanism n cosmopolitismo

cosmopolitism n cosmopolitismo

cosmorama n cosmorama

cosmos (1. universo; 2. orderly whole) n cosmo

cost (at all -s) prep. phr a omne costo

  • (expense) n sumpto
  • (price paid or charged) n costo
  • (without ~) prep. phr gratis, sin costo
  • vi costar
  • vt evalutar

Costa Rica [Geog] n Costa Rica ¬H

costal [Anat] adj costal

costive (constipated) adj constipate (pp of constipar)

costly (costing much) adj costose

  • (expensive) adj dispendiose

costume [Theat] n costume

  • v costumar

cosy adj commode

cot n lecto de infante

cotangent [Math] n cotangente

Cote d'Ivoire [Geog] n Cote d'Ivoire

coterie (clique) n clique ¬F

cotillion (cotillon) n cotillon ¬F

cotillon (cotillion) n cotillon ¬F

cottage n cabana

cotton (1. cotton plant; 2. cotton fiber) n coton

  • (having to do with cotton) adj cotonari
  • ~ plant (cotton shrub) n cotoniero
  • ~ shrub (cotton plant) n cotoniero
  • (wool) (absorbent) n watta

cotutor (coguardian) [Law] n cotutor

couch (express) v exprimer

  • (lay) v jacer, reposar
  • n lecto de reposo

couchette n couchette

cough n tusse

  • vi tussir

coughwort (coltsfoot) [Bot] n tussilagine

coulomb [Elec] n coulomb (culomb)

council (a body of advisers) n consilio

  • (as in Nicene Council) n concilio
  • ~ chamber (board room) n sala del consilio

councillor n consiliero

councilor n consiliero

counsel (advice) n consilio

  • (advise) v consiliar
  • (barrister) n advocato
  • (piece of advice) n consilio
  • ~ for the defense (defence) [Law] n defensor

counsellor (adviser) n consiliator, consiliero

count (earl) n conte

  • (reckoning) n computo
  • v contar
  • v numerar
  • vi importar

count-down n computo a retro

countenance (face) n figura

  • (face, visage) n visage (-aje)

counter (in a store) n banco

  • (in shop) n banco
  • (person or thing that counts) n contator
  • [Fencing] n contra
  • v contrariar

counterattack n contraattacco

  • v contraattaccar

counterbalance (counterpoise) v contrapesar

  • (equiponderate) v equiponderar
  • n contrabalancia, contrapeso
  • v contrabalanciar

counterespionage n contraspionage (-aje)

counterfeit (1. to feign, imitate, mimic; 2. to forge) v contrafacer [-fac-/-fact-]

  • (forged) adj contrafacte
  • n contrafaction

counterfeiter n contrafactor

counterfeit-money n moneta false

counterfoil (talon, stub) [Fin] n talon

counterfugue [Mus] n contrafuga

countermand (cancel by giving a contrary order) v contramandar

  • (counterorder) n contraordine

countermarch v contramarchar (-sh-)

countermark (counterstamp) n contramarca

  • (counterstamp) v contramarcar

counteroffensive n contraoffensiva

counterorder (countermand) n contraordine

counterpane (coverlet, bedspread) n coperilecto

counterpart (pendant) (one of a pair in symmetric arrangement) n pendant ¬F

counterpoint [Mus] n contrapuncto

counterpoise (counterbalance) v contrapesar

counterrevolution n contrarevolution

counterround n contraronda

counterscarp [Mil] n contrascarpa

countersign (watchword, password) n contrasigno

  • v contrasignar

counterstamp (countermark) n contramarca

  • (countermark) v contramarcar

countess n contessa

countless adj innumerabile

count-off (sound off) v contar (se)

count-on v contar super

country (countryside) (not town) n campania

  • (land) n pais
  • adj campestre
  • ~ of origin n pais de origine, patria

countryman (rustic) n rustico

countryside (country) n campania

county (earldom) n contato

coup n colpo

coup-de-grace n colpo de gratia

coup-d'etat n colpo de stato

coupé (1. four-wheeled closed carriage with a seat for two people inside and a seat for the driver outside; 2. closed, two-door automobile; 3 . railroad compartment) n coupé ¬F

couple (1. pair; 2. [Mech]) n copula

  • (married) n sposos
  • (unite, bring together in pairs) vt accopular

coupling (1. act of coupling; 2. [Techn]) n accopulamento

coupon [Fin] n coupon ¬F

courage (bravery) n braveria

  • n corage (-aje)

courageous (brave) adj brave

  • adj coragiose (-jo-)

courier (messenger) n currero

course (1. trend, path; 2. course of lectures, studies) n curso

  • (in due ~) prep. phr a tempore debite
  • (of ~) adv naturalmente
  • (of action) n via
  • (part of a meal served at one time) n platto
  • (path, series) n curso

courser n cursero

court (1. courtyard; 2. court of a sovereign; 3. [Law]; 4. courtship, wooing) n corte

  • (1. try to gain the favor of by attention or flattery; 2. to woo) v cortesar, facer le corte a, galantear
  • (tennis ~) n terreno de tennis
  • ~ martial (mil) n corte martial
  • ~ of law n corte (de lege)

courteous adj cortese

courtesan n cortesana

courtesy (graceful politeness) n cortesia

courtier n cortesano, palatiano

courtliness n palatianismo

courtly adj palatian

courtyard n cortil

cousin (daughter of one's uncle or aunt) n cosina

  • (son of one's uncle or aunt) n cosino

cove n parve baia

covenant n convention, pacto

  • v facer un convention
  • v promitter

cover (1. to place or spread something on or over; 2. [Breeding]) v coperir [-per-/-pert-]

  • (conceal) v teger [teg-/tect-]
  • (covering) n copertura
  • (envelope, jacket) n camisa
  • (hard ~) n coperta
  • (lid) n coperculo
  • (or plate) with silver (silver) v argentar
  • (put over) v coperir
  • (serve) [Breeding] v montar
  • (travel) v percurrer
  • ~ the foot or root (of a tree) v calcear
  • ~ with ashes v cinerar
  • ~ with bitumen (bituminize) v bituminar, bituminisar
  • ~ with plaster (plaster) v ingypsar
  • ~ with saltpeter v salpetrar

covered adj coperte, coperite

  • ~ with snow (flakes) adj floccate

coverer n copertor

covering (coating, facing) (of a wall bank) n revestimento

coverlet (bedspread, counterpane) n coperilecto

covet (be covetous) v concupiscer

covetous adj cupide

covetousness (cupidity) n cupiditate, invidia

cow (female bovine) n vacca

  • ~ stables n vaccheria
  • v intimidar

coward (cowardly) adj coarde

  • n coardo

cowardice n coardia

cowardly (coward) adj coarde

  • adv coardemente

cowboy (cowherd) n vacchero, cowboy

cower v quattar tremulante

cowherd (cowboy) n vacchero

  • n bovero

cowhide n vacca

cowrie (porcelain shell) n porcellana

cowshed n boveria

cowslip (primrose) n primavera

  • (primrose) n primula

coxalgia (pain in the hip) n coxalgia

coxalgic adj coxalgic

coy adj timide, modeste

crab [Zool] n cancere

  • [Zool] n crabba

crack (crash, to break with a sharp, loud noise) v crepar

  • (make a noise) vi craccar
  • (make a sudden sharp sound in breaking) v craccar
  • (noise) n crac
  • (split) n fissura
  • (split) v finder se
  • (split) vt finder
  • (sudden sharp and loud noise) n crac
  • [Slang] n craccaina, cocaina crack
  • ~ a joke v lanciar un burla
  • ~ the whip v applicar le regulas, exiger per fortia

cracker (biscuit) n biscuit

  • (expert) n experto
  • (fire) n petardo
  • [Comp] n cracker, invasor de systemas

crack-head [Slang] n narcomano de cocaina crack, craccaino

crackle (decrepitate) v decrepitar

  • v crepitar

crackling (noise) n crepitation

  • n pelle rostite (de porco)

Cracow (Krakow) n Cracovia

cradle (put in cradle) v incunar

  • (rock in cradle) v cunar
  • (rocking or swinging bed) n cuna

craft (cunning) n astutia

  • (ship) n vascello, nave
  • (trade) n mestiero

craftsman n maestro, artisano

craftsmanship n maestria

crafty (artful) adj artificiose

  • adj astute

crag n rocca prominente

cram v reimpler

cramp (clamp, staple, clip) (together) v crampar

  • (clamp, staple, clip) (tool) n crampa
  • [Med] n crampo
  • v impedir

cranberry n oxycocco

crane (1. [Zool]; 2. [Mech]) n grue

  • v tender le collo

cranial adj cranian

craniological adj craniologic

craniologist n craniologo

craniology n craniologia

craniometer n craniometro

craniometric adj craniometric

craniometrist n craniometrista

craniometry n craniometria

cranioscopical adj cranioscopic

cranioscopist n cranioscopo

cranioscopy n cranioscopia

cranium (skull) n cranio

crank (turn a crank) v manivellar, tornar un manivella

  • [Mach] n manivella
  • n persona irritate, lunatic

cranky adj irritate

crape (crisp, curl, frizzle, crimp) v crispar

crash (collision) n collision

  • (smash) [Fin] n crac, crash, fracasso
  • vi collider

crash-helmet n casco protective

crasis [Gram] n crasis

crass adj crasse

crassilingual (thicktongued) adj crassilingue

crassitude (1. thickness; 2. crassness, grossness) n crassitude, crassitate

crate n cassa de imballage [-aje]

crater (1. [Gr. Antiq] krater; 2. mouth of a volcano) n crater

crateriform adj crateriforme

cravat (necktie, scarf) n cravata

crave (have a craving for) v appeter, desirar ardentemente

crawfish (crayfish) n cambaro

crawl (creep) v reper [rep-/rept-], reptar

  • (swimming) n crawl

crawling (creeping) (act or action of) n reptation

crayfish (crawfish) n cambaro, commaro

crayon n pastello

craze (enthusiasm) n mania

  • (fashion) n moda
  • (madness) n follia

crazy adj folle

crazy-paving n pavimento irregular

creak v strider

creaking (squeaky, stridulous) adj stridule

cream (1. oily nart of milk; 2. fancy dish made of, or like, cream; 3. [Cosmetics]; 4. best part of a thing) n crema

creamery n cremeria

creamy adj cremose

crease (fold, wrinkle) n ruga

  • (wrinkle) v rugar, arrugar

crease-resistant adj/n antiruga

create a hubbub v rumorar

  • ~ anew (re-create) v recrear
  • ~ together v concrear
  • v crear

creatine [Biochem] n creatina

creating anew (re-creation) n recreation

creation (1. act of creating, thing created; 2. world, universe) n creation

creative adj creative

creator n creator

creature n creatura

creche n asylo infantil

credence (small table for Eucharistic elements) [Eccl] n credentia

credential adj credential

credentials n litteras de credentia, credentiales

credibility n credibilitate

credible adj credibile

credit (1. prestige based on the confidence of others; 2. [Com/Accounting, fin]) n credito

  • (believe) v creder
  • (enter on the credit side of an account) [Bookkeeping] v creditar
  • adj creditori
  • ~ card n carta de credito

creditor n creditor

credo (creed) n credo ¬NL

credulity n credulitate

credulous adj credule

creed (credo) n credo ¬NL, credentia

creep (climb) v scander

  • (crawl) v reper [rep-/rept-], reptar

creep-in v entrar sin facer rutito o sin esser notate

creeping (crawling) (act or action of) n reptation

creep-out v sortir sin facer ruito o sin esser notate

creep-up v approchar se sin facer ruito o sin esser notate

creepy adj horripilante

cremate v cremar

cremation n cremation

crematorium n crematorio

crematory adj crematori

crème (thick sweet liqueur) n crema

creole (person of pure European descent born in the Latin American countries) n creolo

creophagist (carnivore, meat eater) n creophago

creophagous (carnivorous, meat-eating) adj creophage

creophagy n creophagia

creosote n creosoto

  • v creosotar

creosoting (action of) n creosotage (-aje)

crepe n crepe ¬F

crepitant adj crepitante (ppr of crepitar)

crepitation n crepitation

crepuscular adj crepuscular

crepuscule (twilight, dusk) n crepusculo

crescendo n crescendo ¬I

crescent adj/n crescente

cress [Bot] n cresson

crest (1. comb, tuft on the head of a bird; 2. decoration, plumes, on a helmet; 3. ridge of a wave or a mountain) n cresta, crista

  • (heraldry) n blason
  • (top) n cresta

crested (tufted) adj cristate

crestfallen adj abattite

cretaceous adj cretacee

Crete n Creta

cretonne n cretonne ¬F

crevice n fissura

crew [Naut] n equipage (-aje)

  • n gruppo

crib (cheat in school) v copiar (celatemente)

  • (cheater's copy) n copia (celate)
  • (confine) v confinar
  • (for animals, manger) n mangiatoria [-ja-]
  • (for babies) n crippa
  • (plagiarize) v plagiar

cribriform (sievelike) adj cribrose

  • adj cribriforme

crick (creaking noise) n cric

  • v criccar

cricket [Entom] (insect) n grillo

  • [Sports] n cricket ¬A

crime n crimine

Crimea n Crimea

criminal (1. relating to crime; 2. guilty of crime) adj criminal

  • ~ attempt n attentato, attentato criminal
  • ~ jurist n criminalista

criminality (quality of being criminal) n criminalitate

criminally adv criminalmente

criminate v criminar

crimination n crimination

criminological adj criminologic

criminologist n criminologista

  • n criminologo

criminology n criminologia

crimp (crape, crisp, curl, frizzle) v crispar

crimson adj carmesin

  • n carmesino

cringe v humiliar se servilmente

crinkle v crispar (se)

crinoline (1. stiff cloth made of horsehair and linen thread; 2. hoop skirt) n crinolina

cripple (lame, maim) v stropiar

  • (maimed person) n stropiato

crisis n crise

crisp (curl, frizzle, crimp, crape) v crispar

  • (curly, crisped) adj crispe

crispation (contraction, shriveling) n crispation

crisped (crisp, curly) adj crispe

crisps n chips ¬A

criterion n criterio

critic (faultfinder) n censor

  • (reviewer) n recensente
  • n critico

critical (1. pertaining to criticism; 2. pertaining to a crisis) adj critic

critically adv criticamente

criticism (comment) [Lit/Art, etc.] n critica, commento critic

  • [Philos] n criticismo

criticize (appraise, remark critically) v criticar, commentar criticamente

croak (caw) v coaxar

  • (die) [Slang] v crepar
  • n coax

croaking (cawing) (act of) n coaxamento

Croat (Croatian) n croato

Croatia [Geog] n Croatia

Croatian (language) n croato

  • adj croate

crochet [Needlework] n crochet (-sh-) ¬F

  • v crochetar (-sh-)

crockery n ceramica

  • n olleria

crocodile [Zool] n crocodilo

crocodilian [Zool] n crocodiliano

  • adj crocodilian

crocus [Bot] n crocus

Croesus [Anc. Hist] n Creso

cromlech n cromlech

crook (criminal) n criminal

  • (hook) n croc
  • (shepherd's) n croc

crooked (twisted) adj torte

  • (wicked) adj prave

crop (harvest) (s) n messe; recolta

  • v tonder

crop-up v arrivar, apparer

croquet [Sports] n croquet ¬A

  • v croquetar

croquette [Cookery] n croquette ¬F

cross (1. to place crosswise; 2. to intersect, pass across, traverse; 3. to cause to interbreed, hybridize) v cruciar, transversar, passar; cruciar, mesticiar, hybridar

  • (sign, symbol, thing in the shape of a cross) n cruce
  • [Bib] (torture stake) n stauro
  • [Biol] n cruciamento
  • adj de mal humor
  • ~ breeding (action or process of) n mesticiage (-aje-)
  • ~ oneself v signar se (con un cruce)
  • ~ street n transversa
  • ~ the street phr cruciar le strata (via)

crossbar (crossbeam) n transversa

crossbeam (crossbar) n transversa

crossbow n arcoballista

crossbreeding (hybridization) n hybridation

crosser (one or that which crosses) n cruciator

cross-examine v interrogar

cross-eyed (squinting) adj strabe

crossing (1. placing crosswise) n cruciamento

cross-out v cancellar

cross-reference n contrareferentia, referentia cruciate

crossroads n cruciata (de vias)

cross-section n section transverse

cross-shaped (cruciform) adj cruciforme

crossword (- puzzle) n enigma de parolas cruciate

  • n parolas cruciate

crotaline (crotaloid) adj crotaloide

crotaloid (crotaline) adj crotaloide

Crotalus [Zool] n crotalo

crotchet adj/n semiminima

crotchety adj obstinate e irritate

crouch (squat) (- oneself down) v quattar (se)

crouching (squatting) adj quatte

croup (hindquarters of a horse) n cruppa

  • [Pathol] n croup ¬A

croupade [Man] n cruppada

crow [Ornith] n cornice

  • [Ornith] n cornicula
  • n corvo
  • v cantar

crowbar (pry, lever) n vecte

crowd (flock, throng) (a place) v affluer [-flu-/-flux-]

  • (gathering) n attruppamento
  • (throng) n pressa
  • (throng) n turba
  • n grege
  • n multitude
  • vt incombrar, plenar

crowded adj incombrate, plen

crown (coin) n corona

  • (coronary) adj coronari
  • (krone) [Fin] n corona
  • v coronar

crowned with laurel (laureate) adj laureate

crowning n coronation

crucial (having the form of a cross) adj crucial

  • adj crucial, critic, decisive

crucially adv crucialmente, criticamente, decisivemente

cruciation (torture, torment) n cruciation

crucible (melting pot) n crucibulo

crucifer (1. [Eccl]; 2. [Bot]) n crucifero

cruciferous adj crucifere

crucifier n crucifixor

crucifix n crucifixo

crucifixion n crucifixion

cruciform (cross-shaped) adj cruciforme

crucify v crucifiger [-fig-/-fix-]

crude (raw) adj crude

  • (rude, unpolished) adj rude, impolite
  • ~ rubber (caoutchouc) n cauchu

crudeness (crudity) n cruditate

crude-oil n petroleo brute

crudity (crudeness) n cruditate

cruel adj cruel

cruelty n cruelitate

cruise (sail to and fro over some part of the sea on the lookout for enemy ships or for the protection of commerce) v cruciar

  • [Navy] n cruciera
  • ~ under water v subnavigar

cruiser n cruciator

crumb (small piece of bread, cake, rubbed or broken off) n mica

  • n mica

crumble (cause to crumble) v micar

  • vi collaber
  • vi disintegrar se
  • vt micar

crumple v corrugar (se)

crunch (climax) n culmine

  • (noise) n crac
  • v masticar con ruito

crupper (leather loop passing under a horse's tail) n cruppiera

crusade n cruciada

crusader n cruciato

crush (affection) n affection

  • (crowd) n turba
  • (destroy) v vincer
  • (flatten) v applattar
  • (of grapes) v pressar
  • (squeeze) v contunder
  • ~ , (trample, to tread) (grapes) v fullar

crust n crusta

crustacean (crustaceous) adj crustacee

  • n crustaceo

crustaceous (crustacean) adj crustacee

crustose (crusty) adj crustose

crusty (crustose) adj crustose

  • (of bread) adj crustose
  • (of people) adj irritabile

crutch n crucia

cry (cry out) (shout) vt/vi critar

  • (loud sound produced by man or beast) n crito
  • (weep) vi plorar
  • ~ out (cry) v critar
  • ~ out (exclaim) v clamar

crypt n crypta

cryptic adj cryptic, enigmatic, secrete

crypto- (hidden, secret) [occurring in compounds and derivatives] crypto-

cryptogam [Bot] n cryptogamo

cryptogamic [Bot] adj cryptogamic

cryptogamist [Bot] n cryptogamista

cryptogamous [Bot] adj cryptogame

cryptogamy [Bot] n cryptogamia

cryptogram n cryptogramma

cryptograph n cryptographo

cryptographer n cryptographo

cryptographic adj cryptographic

cryptography n cryptographia

cryptomnesia n cryptomnesia

crystal (1. clear, transparent variety of quartz; 2. crystal-glass; 3. form resulting from crystallization) n crystallo

  • adj de crystallo, crystallin

crystalline adj crystallin

crystallite [Mineral] n crystallite

crystallizable adj crystalisabile

crystallization n crystallisation

crystallize v crystallisar (se)

crystallographer n crystallographo

crystallographical adj crystallographic

crystallography n crystallographia

crystalloid adj crystalloide

cub (bear) n ursino

  • (fox) n vulpino
  • (lion) n leonino
  • (scout) n boy-scout junior
  • (wolf) n lupino

Cuba n Cuba

Cuban adj cuban

  • n cubano

cubature n cubatura

cube (1. [Geom]; 2. [Alg]) n cubo

  • (1. to make a cube or cubes of; 2. to measure the cubic content of; 3. [Alg]) v cubar

cube-root n radice cubic

cubic (1. having the form of a cube; 2. [Alg]) adj cubic

  • ~ meter (stere) [Metric System] n stereo

cubicle (small bedroom) n cubiculo

cubism n cubismo

cubist n cubista

cubit (1. [Anat] ulna; 2. [Entom]; 3. the measure cubit) n cubito

cubital [Anat] adj cubital

cubitodigital adj cubitodigital

cuckold n cucu

cuckoo [Ornith] n cucu

cucumber n cucumbre

  • n cucumere

cucurbit (1. [Bot] gourd) n cucurbita

cucurbitaceous adj cucurbitacee

cuddle v imbraciar

cuddly adj caressabile

cudgel (club) n fuste

  • (thrash, beat) v fustigar
  • (thump, beat) v massar
  • v bastonar

cue (billiards) n baston

cuff (blow) n colpo de mano

  • (of a sleeve) n manchette ¬F
  • (of/on trousers, boots) n reverso
  • v colpar

cufflinks n buttones geminate

cuirass n cuirasse

  • v cuirassar

cuirassier n cuirassero

cuirassing (act of) n cuirassamento

Culex [Entom] n culice

culinary adj culinari

culminate v culminar

culmination n culmination

culorimeter n calorimetro

culpability (guilt) n culpabilitate

culprit n culpabile

cult n culto

cultism n cultismo

cultivable adj cultivabile

cultivate (1. to till; 2. to raise or foster the growth of) v cultivar, coler [col-/cult-]

cultivated (tilled) adj culte

cultivation (tilling of land) n cultivation

  • ~ of meadows n praticultura

cultivator n cultivator, cultor

  • ~ of meadow land (meadower) n praticultor

cultural adj cultural

culturally adv culturalmente

culture (1. cultivation, act of cultivating; 2. [Bacteriol]; 3. state or level of culture) n cultura

cultured adj culte

cumbersome (entangled) adj embarassose

cumin n cumino

cumulate (heap or pile up) v cumular

cumulation (heaping up) n cumulation

cumulative adj cumulative

cumulus [Meteorol] n cumulo

cuneal adj cuneal

cuneate adj cuneate (pp of cunear)

cuneiform adj cuneiforme

cunning adj astute

  • n astutia

cunt (insult, whore) n puta!, putana!

  • n cuneo

cup (calyx) [Bot] n calice

  • (chalice) n calice
  • (goblet, trophy) n cuppa
  • (teacup, coffee cup) n tassa

cupboard (wardrobe) n armario

cupel n cuppella

  • v cuppellar

cupellation n cuppellation

cup-final n campionato final

cupful n tassata

Cupid n Cupido

cupidity (covetousness) n cupiditate

cupola (dome) n cupola

cupric [Chem] adj cupric

cupriferous (copper-bearing) adj cuprifere

cuprite [Mineral] n cuprite

cuprous (copper) adj cuprose

cup-shaped (caliciform) adj caliciforme

cupule [Bot] n cupula

cupuliferous adj cupulifere

cur n canastro

curability n curabilitate

curable adj curabile, sanabile

Curaçao [Geog] n Curaçao

curate (curé) n curato

  • n vicario parochial

curative (healing) adj curative, sanative

curator (of a museum) n curator

curb (brake) n freno

  • (keep from, restrain) v retener [-ten-/-tent-]
  • (kerb) n bordo

curbable (checkable, stoppable) adj frenabile

curdle v cualiar (se)

curé (curate) n curato

  • (healing) n curation
  • (with smoke) v fumar
  • [Med] (heal) v curar, sanar
  • n remedio, cura
  • ~ of souls n cura

curettage n curettage (-aje)

curette [Surg] n curetta

  • [Surg] v curettar

curfew n coperifoco

curiosity (1. desire to see or know; 2. curious object) n curiositate

curious (1. desirous of seeing or knowing; 2. deserving or exciting curiosity) adj curiose

curl (cause to curl) v buclar

  • (curled lock of hair) n bucla
  • (frizzle, crimp, crape, crisp) v crispar
  • ~ in ringlets (locks) (cause to) v anellar

curler n ferro a buclar

curly (crisped, crisp) adj crispe

currant (acid berry of several species of Ribes) n ribes

currency (money in actual use in a country) n numerario

  • n moneta

current (1. generally used or accepted; 2.present) adj currente

  • (alternating ~) n currente alternative
  • (be in - use) v haber curso, esser in currente uso
  • (direct ~) n currente continue
  • (present) adj actual
  • ~ account n conto currente
  • ~ events n actualitates
  • n currente

curriculum n curriculo

curry (chicken ~) n pullo al indiana

  • ~ favor with v insinuar se in le favor de
  • n cari
  • vt preparar al cari

curry-powder n pulvere de curcuma

curse (malediction) n malediction

  • (utter a curse or curses against) v maledicer [-dic-/-dict-], blasphemar

cursed (accursed) adj maledicte

cursive (as in cursive script) adj cursive

  • n cursiva

curt adj brusc

curtail v accurtar

curtain (1. as in window curtain, bed curtain; 2. [Fortif]) n cortina

  • [Theat] n tela, cortina
  • v incortinar

curtsy n reverentia

  • v facer un reverentia

curvature (curve) n curvatura, incurvatura

curve (cause to curve) v curvar

  • (curvature) n curva, curvatura, incurvatura
  • (curved line) n curva
  • ~ again v recurvar
  • v curvar (se)

curved adj curve, curvate

curvet (execute a curvet) v curvettar

  • n curvetta

curvilinear adj curvilinee

cushion (pillow to sit, lie or kneel on) n cossino

  • v amortir

cusp n cuspide

cuspal (cuspidal) adj cuspidal

cuspated (cuspidate, cusped) adj cuspidate

cusped (cuspated, cuspidate) adj cuspidate

cuspidal (cuspal) adj cuspidal

cuspidate (cusped, cuspated) adj cuspidate

cusp-shaped adj cuspidiforme

custard n crema dulce de farina a mais e lacte

  • n crema dulce de ovos e lacte

custodial [Eccl] n custodia

  • adj custodial

custodian (guardian) n custode

custody (keep in ~) v custodiar, detener

  • (safekeeping, care) n custodia

custom (fee, duty) n derecto

  • (habit, usage, consuetude, manner) n costume, consuetude, usantia, more, usage (-aje)

customary (consuetudinary) adj costumari, usual, consuetudinari

customer n cliente

customers n clientela

customhouse n doana

  • ~ officer n doanero

customs (clear through ~) v disdoanar

  • adj doanal
  • n doana

customs-clearance n disdoanamento

customs-officer n doanero

cut (divide, sever or reduce by cutting, cut off) v secar [sec-/sect-], trenchar (-sh-), taliar

  • (shape) (as a brilliant) v brillantar
  • (wound or opening made by cutting) n sectura
  • ~ again v retaliar
  • ~ in (notch) v insecar [-sec-/-sect-]
  • ~ into (incide) v incider [-cid-/-cis-], incisar
  • ~ off (abscind) v abscinder [-scind-/-sciss-]
  • ~ off (cut) v trenchar (-sh)
  • ~ off (excide, cut out) v excider [-cid-/-cis-]
  • ~ off (lop off) v defalcar
  • ~ off (remove) v precider [-cid-/-cis-]
  • ~ out (cut off, excide) v excider [-cid-/-cis-]

cutaneous adj cutanee

cut-down (reduce) v reducer

  • ~ -down (with scythe) v falcar

cute adj sympathic

cuticle (1. scarfskin, epidermis; 2. cuticle surrounding finger and toenails) n cuticula

cuticular adj cuticular

cut-in v insecar

cut-into v incisar

cut-it-out! (command) interj basta!

cutlass (short, curving sword) n cultellasso

cutler n cultellero

cutlery (business of a cutler) n cultelleria

cutlet (chop) n cotelette ¬F

cut-off (isolate) v isolar

  • ~ -off (sever) v abscinder, amputar
  • ~ -off adj isolate

cut-out (remove by cutting) v excider, taliar

  • ~ -out (stop) v cessar

cut-price adj. phr a precio reducte

cutter (of gems, wood, stone) n taliator

  • (one who or that which cuts) n trenchator (-sh-)
  • (small sailboat with one mast) n cutter ¬A

cutting (act of) n section

  • (cutting off) (act of) n trenchamento (-sh-)
  • (incision) n incision
  • (of newspaper) n retalio
  • (plant) n planton
  • (set, shoot) [Hort] n planton
  • (sharp) adj trenchante (-sh-) (ppr of trenchar)
  • (shred, clipping) n retalio
  • adj trenchante
  • ~ off (lopping off) (reduction) n defalcation

cyan (cyan blue) n cyano

cyanamide [Chem] n cyanamido

cyanic [Chem] adj cyanic

cyanide [Chem] n cyanuro

cyanogen [Chem] n cyanogeno

cyanometer (instrument for measuring degrees of blueness) n cyanometro

cyanosis [Pathol] n cyanosis

cyanotype (blueprint) n cyanotypo

cyanus [Antill] n cyano

cyclamen [Bot] n cyclamino

cycle (as in cycle of the seasons) n cyclo

  • (bicycle) v bicyclar
  • (bicycle, tricycle) n cyclo, bicycletta
  • (period) n cyclo
  • [Lit] n cyclo

cyclic adj cyclic

cycling (sport of) n cyclismo

cyclist (bicyclist) n cyclista, bicyclista

cycloid n cycloide

cyclonal (cyclonic) adj cyclonal

cyclone n cyclon

Cyclopean adj cyclopic

Cyclops [Gr. Mythol / Zool] n cyclope

cyclotron n cyclotron

cylinder [Geom] n cylindro

  • [Mech] (piston-chamber); [Geom] n cylindro
  • v cylindrar

cylindering (process of) n cylindrage (-aje)

cylindrical adj cylindric

cylindrically adv cylindricamente

cylindriform adj cylindriforme

cylindrocellular adj cylindrocellular

cylindrocephalic adj cylindrocephale

cylindroid n cylindroide

cymbal n cymbalo

cymbalist n cymbalero

cyn- (cyno-) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n cyn-, cyno

cynegetic (pertaining to the chase) adj cynegetic

cynic (cynical person) n cynico

  • (cynical) adj cynic

cynical (cynic) adj cynic

  • ~ person (cynic) n cynico

cynically adv cynicamente

cynicism n cynismo

cyno- (cyn-) (dog) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n cyn-, cyno-, cyn-

cynocephalic (dog-headed) adj cynocephale

cynocephalous (dog-headed) adj cynocephale

Cynocephalus, Papio [Zool] n cynocephalo

cynophile (dog-loving) adj cynophile

cypress (cypress tree) n cypresso

  • ~ tree (cypress) n cypresso

Cyprian (1. of Cyprus, Cypriot; 2. of Aphrodite) adj cyprie

  • (Cypriote) n cyprio

Cypriot adj cypriota

  • n cyprio
  • n cypriota

Cypris (Aphrodite) n Cypride

Cyprus [Geog] n Chypre

cystalgia n cystalgia

cystiform adj cystiforme

cystitis [Med] n cystitis

cystose (cystous) adj cystose

cystotomy n cystotomia

cystous (cystose) adj cystose

cyto-, cyt- [Biol] [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n cyto-, cyt

cytoplasm [Biol] n cytoplasma

czar (tsar) ¬R n czar (tsar) ¬R

czardas [Hu] n czardas

czarevich (tsarevich) n czarevich (tsarevitch), tsarevich (-evitch) ¬R

czarevna (tsarevna) n czarevna (ts-), tsarevna ¬R

czarian (tsarian) adj czarian (ts-), tzarian (ts-)

czarina (tsarina) n czarina (ts-), tsarina

czarism (tsarism) n czarismo (ts-), tsarismo

czarist (tsarist) n czarista (ts-), tsarista

Czech adj chec (tch-)

  • n checo (tch-)
  • ~ Republic [Geog] n Republica Chec (tch-)

Czechoslovak adj checoslovac (tch-)

  • n checoslovaco (tch-)

Czechoslovakia [Geog] n Checoslovachia (tchecoslovakia)

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