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D (the note) [Mus] n re

  • ~ , d (letter ~) n littera d (de)

dab n colpo legier

  • v applicar con colpo legier

dabble v agitar

  • v occupar se como dilettante

dactyl [Pros] n dactylo (dac-)

dactylic adj dactylic

dactylology n dactylologia (-ia)

dactyloscopy, fingerprint identification n dactyloscopia (-ia)

dad, daddy n papa

daddy, dadm papa n papa

daemon [Gr. Relig] n demone

daffodil n narcisso silvestre

daft adj folle

  • adj stupide

dagger n daga

  • ~ , poniard n pugnal

dahlia [Bot] n dahlia (dal-)

daily (cleaner) n domestica (nonresidente)

  • (newspaper) n quotidiano
  • adj quotidian
  • adv omne die
  • adv quotidianmente

dainty adj delicate

  • n delicatessa

dairy ( place where milk and cream are kept and made into butter and cheese; 2. store that sells milk and milk products) n lacteria (-ia)

  • ~ farm n vaccheria (-ia)

dairy-farm n ferma lactari

dairy-produce n productos lactari

dais, platform, estrade n estrade [F]

daisy, marguerite n margarita

Daltonian adj daltonian

Daltonism n daltonismo

dam (animal) n matre

  • (dike) n barrage
  • (dike, weir) n dica
  • v barrar

damage n injuria

  • ~ , damnify v damnificar
  • ~ , harm n damno
  • ~ , spoil v guastar

damages n indemnitate

Damascene (inhabitant of Damascus) n damasceno

  • (of Damascus) adj damascen
  • (work) n damascenage (-aje)
  • v damascenar

damascener n damascenator

Damascus n Damasco

damask (weave or adorn with damask ornamentation) v damascar

dame, donna n donna

damn (I don't give a ~) phr non me importa

  • [Theol] v damnar
  • ~ interj diabolo!

damnable (deserving damnation) adj damnabile

damnation [Theol] n damnation

damnify, damage v damnificar

damp n humiditate

  • ~ , wet adj humide

dampen (of enthusiasm) v amortir

  • (wet) v humectar
  • ~ , moisten v humectar

damper (of car) n amortisator

  • (of furnace) n registro

dampness n humiditate

dampproof adj impermeabile

damsel n donzella

  • n puera
  • n virgine

damson n damasceno

dance [Mus] (dancing) n dansa

  • ~ a quadrille v quadrillar
  • v ballar
  • v dansar

dancer [Masc] dansator, dansatrice

  • [Masc] dansatrice, dansator

dancing pump n scarpino

dandelion n dente de leon

dandruff (scurf, furfur) n furfure

dandruffy (scurfy) adj furfurose

dandy horse, velocipede n velocifero (-ci-)

Dane (great) adj danese

  • (great) n dano
  • (native of Denmark) n dano
  • (of Denmark) adj danese

danger (peril) n periculo (-iculo)

  • n periculo

dangerous (perilous) adj periculose

dangle vi esser suspense

  • vt suspender

Danish adj dan

  • ~ adj/n danese

dank adj humide

Danube n Danubio

Danubian adj danubian

Dardania n Dardania

Dardanian Trojan adj dardane

  • ~ , Trojan n dardano (dar-)

Dardanus [Mythol] n Dardano (dar-)

dare (I - say) adv forsan

  • (I - say) adv probabilemente
  • n defia
  • v osar

daredevil n osato

daring adj hardite

  • adj osate (pp of osar)
  • ~ , audacious adj audace
  • ~ , audacious adj audaciose
  • ~ , audacity n audacia
  • ~ , hardihood, boldness n harditessa
  • ~ , hardy, bold adj hardite (pp of hardir)

dark (1. obscure, dusky, tenebrous; 2. sinister, evil) adj tenebrose

  • n tenebras
  • ~ , obscure, dim adj obscur

darken, obscure, dim v obscurar

  • ~ , shade (put shading in or on) v umbrar

darkness (1. dark; 2. wickedness) n tenebrositate

  • n tenebras
  • ~ , obscurity, dimness n obscuritate

darkroom n camera obscur

darling [Fem] n cara

  • [Masc] n caro
  • adj car

darn v sarcir

dart (for game) n flechetta

  • (weapon) n dardo
  • v precipitar se subitemente

dartboard n scopo pro flechettas

Darwinian adj darwinian

Darwinism n darwinismo

Darwinist, Darwinian n darwinista

dash (bit) n pauc

  • (daring) n ardor
  • (line) n lineetta
  • vi precipitar se
  • vt lancear con violentia

dashboard n pannello a instrumentos

dashing adj galliarde

data n datos

data-processing n elaboration de datos

dataria, datary [Eccl] n dataria

datary (head of the datary) [Eccl] n datario

  • ~ , dataria [Eccl] n dataria

date (-) phr usque al presente

  • (date according to the calendar) n data
  • (fruit of the date palm) n dactylo (dac-)
  • (fruit of the date palm) n dattilo (da-)
  • (fruit) n dactylo
  • (mark with a date) v datar
  • (out of ~) adj antiquate
  • (out of ~) adj obsolete
  • (up to ~) adv actual
  • (up to ~) adv moderne
  • adv usque nunc
  • ~ forward, postdate v postdatar

date-from phr datar de

dative [Law] adj dative

  • n dativo

datum n dato

daub v coperir, revestir

  • v revestir, coperir

daughter n filia

daughter-in-law n filia affin

daunt v intimidar

dauphin [Fr. Hist] n delphino

dawdle v perder le tempore

  • v tardar

dawn (beginning) n initio

  • (daybreak) n aurora
  • v comenciar a parer
  • ~ , break of day (daybreak) n alba

dawning (beginning) n initio

  • ~ , nascent adj nascente (ppr of nascer)

day (1. day as opposed to night) n die

  • (1. day as opposed to night; 2. period of twenty-four hours) n jorno
  • (by ~) phr de die
  • (from - to ~) phr de die in die
  • (good ~) Greet] bon die
  • (one ~) phr un belle die
  • (the - after tomorrow) n postdeman
  • ~ before yesterday adv ante-heri
  • ~ lily, Hemerocallis [Bot] n hemerocallide

day-before-yesterday n anteheri

daybreak n alba

daydream n reverie

  • v soniar (distractemente)

daylight n lumine del die

day's cutting or mowing n falcata

days journey n jornata

daze n esturdimento

  • ~ , stun v esturdir

dazzle (blinding) n cecamento

  • (pomp) n pompa
  • v cecar

dazzling brightness, fulgor n fulgor

deacon [Bib] (member of the order of clergy immediately below that of priest) n diacono (-a-)

deaconess (1. [Early Chr. Ch]; 2. member of a Protestant sisterhood devoted to works of charity and religion) n diaconessa

dead (at - of night) phr in le medio del nocte

  • adj morte
  • ~ heat [Horse Racing] n dead heat [A]
  • ~ man or person, deceased n morto
  • n morte

deaden (feelings, taste) v amortir

dead-end n impasse

deadening, subduing (act of) n amortimento

dead-letter n littera morte

deadline n data limitar

  • n data ultime

deadlock n impasse

deadly nightshade [Bot] n belladonna

  • ~ , fatal, death-bearing adj mortifere

Dead-Sea [Geog] n Mar Morte

deaf adj surde

  • ~ and dumb, deaf-mute adj surdemute

deaf-aid n apparato acustic

deafen (stun with noise) v assurdar

deaf-mute, deaf and dumb adj surdemute

deafness n surditate

deal (a blow) vt dar

  • (a great ~) adj multo
  • (business) n negotio
  • (business) n transaction
  • (cards) v distribuir
  • (wood) n abiete
  • n distribution de cartas
  • n mano de cartas
  • v dar un mano de cartas
  • v facer distribution de cartas
  • ~ , trade (do business) v commerciar
  • ~ , trade (do business) vi mercar

dealer in notions, small-ware dealer n mercero

  • ~ in sand n arenero
  • n venditor
  • ~ , gypsum worker n gypsero
  • ~ , marketer, merchant n mercator
  • ~ , merchant (one engaged in trade) n negotiante
  • ~ , merchant n mercante

deal-in v commerciar in

deal-with (concern) v tractar se de

  • ~ -with (trade) v commerciar con
  • ~ -with (treat) v arrangiar

deambulation, stroll n deambulation

deambulatory, sauntering adj deambulatori

dean (senior member of a faculty or any other body; head of a cathedral chapter) n decano

deanery n decanato

deanship (deanery) n decanato

dear (1. beloved, loveable; 2. expensive) adj car

death (decease) n decesso

  • (demise) n obito (o-)
  • (put to ~) v poner a morte
  • (sentence to ~) v condemnar a morte
  • n morte
  • n transpasso
  • ~ , decease n transpassamento

death-bearing, deadly, fatal adj mortifere

death-certificate n certificato de morte

death-duty n derectos de succession

deathly adv fatal

  • adv mortifere

death-rate (taxa de) n mortalitate

death-sentence n sententia de morte

debar v excluder

debarkation, disembarkation n disbarcamento

  • ~ , disembarkation n disimbarcation

debase (coinage) v alterar

  • (degrade) v degradar
  • ~ , degrade (exert a demoralizing influence on) v incanaliar

debasing, degrading adj degradante

debatable adj debattibile

  • adj discutibile

debate n debatto

  • n discussion
  • v agitar
  • v debatter
  • v discuter

debile, weakly, feeble adj debile

debilitate, weaken, enfeeble v debilitar

debilitation n debilitation

debility n debilitate

debit n debito (de-)

  • v debitar

debouch, issue forth v disbuccar

debouching, issuing forth (action of) n disbuccamento

debride [Surg] v disbridar

debris n fragmentos

  • n restos

debt (be in ~) v esser indebitate

  • (run into ~) v indebitar se
  • n debita (de-)
  • n debito

debtor n debitor

debut (first public appearance of an actor, singer) n début [F]

debutant n débutant [F]

debutante n débutante [F]

dec-, deca- (ten) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] adj deca-

decade (1. period of ten days; 2. division of a book consisting of ten parts) n decade (de-)

  • (period of ten years) n decennio

decadence n decadentia

decadent adj decadente

decagon [Geom] n decagono

decagonal, decagon adj decagon

decagram n decagramma

decahedron [Geom] n decahedro

decaliter n decalitro (-a-)

Decalog (ue) n decalogo (-a-)

decameter (1. [Pros]; 2. [Meas]) n decametro (-a-)

decamp (1. to break up a camp; 2. to depart quickly) v discampar

decampment n discampamento

decant, transvase v transvasar

decanter n carrafa

decapitate (behead) v decapitar

decapod [Zool] n decapodo (-a-)

  • ~ , decapodous adj decapode (-a-)

decarbonization n discarburation

decarbonize v discarburar

  • ~ , decarbonate v discarbonatar

decastere [Metric System] n decastereo

decasyllabic adj decasyllabe (-si-)

decasyllable, decasyllabic n decasyllabo (-si-)

decathlon n decathlon

decay (fall into ~) v cader in decadentia

  • (fall into ~) v ruinas
  • (of teeth) n carie
  • (rot) n decadentia
  • (rot) n decomposition
  • (rot) vi decomponer
  • (teeth) v cariar
  • ~ , become decadent, decline, rot vi decader
  • ~ , taint n corruption

decayed (decrepit) adj decadite

  • (decrepit) adj decrepite
  • (of teeth) adj cariate
  • (rotten) adj putride
  • ~ , tainted, infeeted, rotten adj corrupte

decease n decesso

  • ~ , death n transpassamento
  • ~ , die v deceder [-ced-/-cess-]

deceased adj decedite

  • n decedito
  • ~ , dead man or person n morto
  • ~ , defunct adj defuncte
  • ~ , defunct n defuncto

deceit, deception n deception

deceitful adj fallace

  • adj fraudulente

deceive (cause to believe the false, or disbelieve the truth) v deciper [-cip/-cept-]

  • ~ , put under an illusion v illuder [-lud-/-lus-]

deceive-oneself v illuder se

deceiver n deceptor

decelerate v lentar

  • v relentar

deceleration n allentamento

  • n deceleration
  • n relentamento

December n decembre

decemvir [Rom. Antiq] n decemviro (-cem-)

decemviral adj decemviral

decemvirate n decemvirato

decency n decentia

  • ~ , modesty, propriety n honestate
  • ~ , modesty, propriety n honestitate

decent (1. in accordance with propriety or good taste; 2. respectable) adj decente

  • ~ , modest, proper adj honeste
  • ~ , proper adj conveniente

decentralization n discentralisation

decentralize v discentralisar

deception, deceit n deception

  • ~ , fraud n fraude

deceptive adj fallace

  • adj illusori

deciare (one tenth part of an are) n deciar

decibel n decibel

decide (1. to determine, settle; 2. to cause to reach a decision) v decider (se) [-cid-/-cis-]

  • ~ in favor of (-our of) v optar pro
  • v resolver (se)

decided (1. firm, resolute; 2. clear, definite) adj decise

  • adj incontestabile

deciduous adj caduc

decigram n deci-gramma

deciliter n deci-litro (-ci-)

decimal adj decimal

  • n fraction decimal

decimal-point n puncto decimal

decimate v decimar

decimation n decimation

decimator n decimator

decimeter n deci-metro (-ci-)

decipher v decifrar

decipherable adj decifrabile

decipherer n decifrator

deciphering (act of) n deciframento

decision (1. act of deciding; 2. firmness, resolution) n decision

  • (come to a ~) v prender un partito
  • n resolution
  • ~ , resolution n deliberation

decisive (settling something beyond question) adj decisive

  • adj decretori

decistere [Metric System] n decistereo

deck (of cards) n joco

  • (of ship) n ponte
  • [Naut] n ponte
  • ~ out, attire v revestir
  • v ornar

deckchair n sede plicabile

deckhand n marinero

deck-out v revestir

declaim (1. to recite; 2. to speak in an impassioned manner) v declamar

  • ~ , speak rhetorically v eloquer [-loqu-/-locut-]

declaimer, one who recites n declamator

declaiming, declamation n declamation

declamation, declaiming n declamation

declamatory (or peraining to rhetorical declaiming) adj declamatori

declaration (formal announcement, strong statement) n declaration

declarative adj declarative

declaratory [Law] adj declaratori

declare (1. to proclaim; 2. to declare dutiable goods) v declarar

declension [Gram] n declination

  • n declination

declinable (1. rejectable; 2. [Gram]) adj declinabile

declination (1. downward bend, slope; 2. [Astron/magnet]) n declination

declinatory adj declinatori

decline (1. to fall, sink; 2. to refuse, reject; 3. [Gram]) v declinar

  • (process of sinking into a lower or inferior position) n declination
  • (refuse) v declinar
  • (worsen) v decader
  • n declino
  • ~ , decay, become decadent v decader

decliner (one who declines, rejects) n declinator

declining adj declinante

declinometer n declinometro (-o-)

declutch v disaccopular

decoct v decocer [-coc-/-coct-]

decoction (action of decocting) n decoction

decode v decifrar

decollate (behead) v decollar

decomposable adj decomponibile

decompose (cause to decompose) v decomponer (se) [-pon-/-posit-]

decomposition n decomposition

decontaminate v discontaminar

decontamination n discontamination

decorate (1. to adorn; 2. to confer a medal, ribbon, on) v decorar

  • v decorar
  • v guarnir
  • ~ with fringes, fringe v frangiar (-jar)
  • ~ , garnish, trim v guarnir

decorating, garnishing, trimming (action of) n guarnimento

decoration (1. action of decorating; 2. ornament; 3. medal, cross, ribbon) n decoration

  • n decoration
  • n guarnimento

decorative adj decorative

decorator n decorator

decorous adj decorose

decortication, barking n decortication

decorum n decorum (-co-)

decoy n ave de appello

  • n esca
  • v escar

decrease n decrescentia

  • n decrescimento
  • n diminution
  • v decrescer
  • v diminuer
  • v discrescer

decree n decreto

  • v decerner [-cern-/-cret-]
  • v decretar
  • ~ , ordain v statuer [statu-/statut-;-stitu-/-stitut-]
  • ~ , ordinance n ordinantia

decrepit adj decrepite (-cre-)

decrepitation n decrepitation

decrepitude n decrepitude

decrescendo [Mus] n decrescendo [I]

decretal [Eccl] n decretal

decretist [Eccl] n decretalista

decretory adj decretori

decuple v decuplar

  • v decuplicar
  • ~ , tenfold adj decuple (de-)

decurrent [Bot] adj decurrente

  • ~ , defluent adj defluente (ppr of defluer)

dedicate (1. to set apart for a sacred or solemn purpose; 2. to inscribe, address as a mark of gratitude, esteem) v dedicar

  • v consacrar

dedicated adj dedicate

  • adj scrupulose

dedication (1. act of dedicating to a sacred or solemn purpose; 2. dedicatory inscription) n dedication

dedicatory (as in dedicatory epistle) adj dedicatori

deduce, infer v deducer [-duc-/-duct-]

deducible adj deducibile

deduct v deducer [-duc-/-duct-]

  • v discontar

deductible adj deductibile

deduction (1. inference; 2. subtraction) n deduction

deductive adj deductive

deed, feat n facto

  • ~ , record, instrument [Law] n acto
  • ~ , thing done n pragma [-ma/-mat-]

deem, consider v reputar

deep (low-pitched) adj grave

  • (profound) adj profunde
  • ~ bow, obeisance n reverentia
  • ~ dish, small bowl n scutella

deepen (make deeper in level) v approfundar (se)

  • (make deeper in level) v profundar

deepening, making deeper in level (action of) n approfundamento

deep-freeze n congelator

deep-seated adj radical

deer n cervo

deface v disfigurar

defamation n diffamation

  • ~ , denigration n denigration

defamatory adj diffamatori

defame v diffamar

  • ~ , denigrate v denigrar

default (deficiency) n mancantia

  • (non-appearance) n contumacia
  • v faller a

defeat (loss of a contest) n defaite [F]

  • n vincimento
  • v disfacer [-fac-/-fact-]

defeatism n defaitismo

defeatist adj/n defaitista

defecate (1. to purify from scum and sediment; 2. to excrete) v defecar

defecation (1. purification from scum and sediment; 2. excretion) n defecation

defecator, purification tank [Sugar Manuf] n defecator

defect (as in defect of eyesight) n vitio

  • n defecto
  • v desertar
  • v facer defection
  • ~ , blemish n menda

defectibility n defectibilitate

defectible adj defectibile

defection (desertion, backsliding) n defection

defective (1. having a defect or defects; 2. [Gram]) adj defective

  • (having a defect or defects) adj defectuose
  • ~ , faulty adj mendose
  • ~ , faulty adj vitiose

defence, defense (1. act of defending or protecting; 2. [Law]) n defensa

defenceless adj sin defensa

defend (1. to guard from attack or harm; 2. Law]) v defender [-fend-/-fens-]

  • ~ , fight for v propugnar

defendant n accusator

defender n defenditor

  • n defensor
  • ~ , champion n propugnator
  • ~ , protector [Rom Hist] n preside (pre-)

defenestration n defenestration

defense, defence (1. act of defending or protecting; 2. [Law]) n defensa

defensible adj defendibile

  • adj defensibile

defensive (position or attitude of defense) n defensiva

  • adj defensive

defer to v obsequer

  • vi deferer
  • vt ajornar
  • ~ , delay vt differer [-fer-/-lat-]

deference n deferentia

  • n obsequio

deferent [Physiol] adj deferente

deferential adj deferente

deferentially adv deferentemente

defiance n defiantia

defiant adj defiante

deficiency (quality of being deficient) n deficientia

deficient adj deficiente

deficit n deficit (de-)

defile n passo stricte

  • vt polluer
  • ~ , file off [Mil] v defilar

definability n definibilitate

definable adj definibile

define (give a definition of) v definir

definer n definitor

definite (clear) adj determinate pp of determinar

  • [Gram/Bot/Math] adj definite (pp of definir)
  • adj decise

definitely adv categoricamente

  • adv decisemente

definition (as in definition of a word) n definition

definitive (conclusive, final) adj definitive

deflagrate, blaze up v deflagrar

deflagration, conflagration n deflagration

deflagrator n deflagrator

deflate v deflar

  • v disinflar

deflation n deflation

deflect v derivar

  • v disviar

defloration n defloration

  • n disfloramento

deflower (1. to strip of flowers; 2. to deprive of virginity) v disflorar

defluent, decurrent adj defluente (ppr of defluer)

defoliate (strip, deprive, of leaves) v disfoliar

defoliation (act of depriving of leaves) n disfoliation

defoliator n disfoliator

deforest v deforestar

deform (spoil the form of) v deformar

deformation n deformation

deformed adj deforme

  • ~ , misshapen adj contrafacte

deformity n deformitate

defraud (the public) v pecular

  • v defraudar
  • ~ , cheat v fraudar

defraudation n defraudation

defrauder n defraudator

  • ~ , cheat n fraudator

defrost v disgelar

deft adj dextere

defunct, deceased adj defuncte

  • ~ , deceased n defuncto

defy (1. to challenge to combat or competition; 2. to brave) v defiar

  • v affrontar

degenerate adj degenerate

  • v degenerar

degeneration (1. process of degenerating; 2. degeneracy) n degeneration

degenerative adj degenerative

deglutition, swallowing (act of) n deglutition

degradation (1. reduction in rank; 2. degraded existence) n degradation

degrade (1. to reduce in rank; 2. to debase) v degradar

  • ~ , debase (exert a demoralizing influence on) v incanaliar

degrading, debasing adj degradante

degree (- of comparison) phr grado de comparation

  • (1. stage, level, grade; 2. unit of measure for angles, temperature) n grado
  • (academic) n diploma
  • (academic) n licentia
  • (by -s) phr per grados
  • (high ~) phr alte grado
  • ~ , rank (level, calibration, thermometer) [Mil/Acad., etc.] n grado

dehorn v discornar

dehumanize v dehumanisar

dehydrate v dishydratar

dehydration n dishydration

dehydrator n dishydrator

de-ice v disgelar

  • ~ -ice v dispruinar

de-icer n dispruinator

deicide (act of killing a god) n deicidio

  • (one who kills a god) n deicida

deific adj deific (-ific)

deification n deification

  • n divinisation

deify v deificar

  • v divinisar

deign v dignar

deism n deismo (-iz-)

deist n deista (-is-)

deity n deitate

  • n divo

dejected adj abattite

  • ~ , downcast adj abattite (pp of abatter)

dejection (1. discharge of excrement; 2. excrement) [Physiol] n dejection

  • (discharge of excrement) [Physiol] n ejection
  • n abattimento
  • ~ , despondency n abattimento

delay (keep back) vt retardar

  • (make slow or late, retard) vi retardar
  • (move slowly, linger) v tardar
  • (of payment) v arretrar
  • n demora
  • n mora
  • v arretrar
  • ~ , defer v differer [-fer-/-lat-]
  • ~ , retard (as in delay of a day) n retardo
  • ~ , tarry, linger v morar

delectability n delectabilitate

delectable, delightful adj delectabile

delectation n delectation

delegate (1. to send as a delegate; 2. to entrust to the care or management of) v delegar

  • n delegato
  • ~ , send as an envoy v legar

delegate's adj delegatori

delegation (1. action of sending as a delegate; 2. as in delegation of authority; 3. group of delegates) n delegation

delete v deler [del-/delet-]

deletion n deletion

deliberate adj deliberate

  • v deliberar

deliberately adv deliberatemente

deliberation (action of deliberating) n deliberation

  • ~ , consultation n consulta
  • ~ , consultation n consultation

deliberative adj deliberative

deliberator n deliberator

delible adj delibile

delicacy (1. exquisite fineness of substance, texture, constitution; 2. sensitiveness, fineness of feeling) n delicatessa

delicate (1. exquisite, fine delicious; 2. finely sensitive, easily affected) adj delicate

delicately tinted, soft [Art] adj morbide

delicious (1. delightful; 2. pleasing to taste or smell) adj deliciose

delight (cause delight to) v delectar (se)

  • ~ , joy n delecto
  • ~ , joy, pleasure n delicia
  • ~ , pleasure n voluptate

delighted adj incantate

delightful, delectable adj delectabile

delimit v delimitar

delimitation n delimitation

delineation (action of tracing in outline) n delineamento

  • (action of tracing in outline) n delineation

delineator n delineator

delinquency n delinquentia

delinquent (guilty of a misdeed or offense) adj delinquente

  • n delinquente

deliquesce [Chem] v deliquescer

deliquescence [Chem] n deliquescentia

deliquescent [Chem] adj deliquescente (ppr of deliquescer)

delirious (be ~) v delirar

  • adj delirante (ppr of delirar)

delirium n delirio

delitescence n delitescentia

delitescent adj delitescente

deliver (1. to set free; 2. [Med]) v delivrar

  • (1. to surrender; 2. as in to deliver goods, messages) v livrar
  • (a speech) v pronunciar
  • (goods) v livrar
  • (set free) v delivrar
  • (set free) v liberar
  • [Med] delivrar
  • ~ a monologue, monologize v monologar

deliverance (liberation) n delivrantia

delivery (1. surrender; 2. as in delivery of goods, messages) n livration

  • (setting free) n delivration
  • (setting free) n liberation
  • [Med] delivration
  • [Med] n delivrantia
  • ~ man n livrator

delouse v expedicular

delousing station n expulicatorio

delphinium [Bot] n delphinium (-phi-)

delta (1. fourth letter of the Greek alphabet; 2. [Geog]) n delta

deltaic adj deltaic (-aic)

delta-shaped, deltoid adj deltoide

deltation, deltification [Geog] n deltation

deltification, deltation [Geog] n deltation

deltoid (muscle) [Anat] n deltoide

  • (pertaining to the deltoid muscle) adj deltoidee (-ee)
  • ~ , delta-shaped adj deltoide

delude by jugglery v prestigiar

  • v deluder [-lud-/-lus-]
  • v illusionar

delude-oneself v blandir se

deluding, delusion (act of) n deludimento

deluge n diluvio

  • v inundar

delusion n delusion

  • ~ , deluding (act of) n deludimento

delusive, delusory adj delusori

  • ~ , misleading, fallacious adj fallace

delusory, delusive adj delusori

delve v foder

delve-into v immerger se in

demagogic adj demagogic

demagogism, demagogy n demagogismo

demagogue n demagogo

demagoguery, demagogy n demagogeria (-ia)

demagogy, demagogism n demagogismo

  • ~ , demagoguery n demagogeria (-ia)

demand (1. [Law]; 2. [Econ]) n demanda

  • (ask) v demandar
  • (insist) v exiger
  • n exigentia
  • ~ , claim, exact v peter

demandant, plaintiff n demandator

demarcate v demarcar

demarcation n demarcation

demarcation-line n linea de demarcation

demean v degradar

dement v dementar

demented, insane adj demente

dementedness, insanity, dementia n dementia

dementia, dementedness, insanity n dementia

demerit n demerito (-me-)

demigod n semideo (-eo)

demigoddess n semidea (-ea)

demilitarization n dismilitarisation

demilitarize v dismilitarisar

demission, resignation n dimission

demister n ventilator

demiurge (1. [Philos]; 2. [Gr. Antiq]) n demiurgo

demobilization [Mil] n demobilisation

demobilize [Mil] v demobilisar

democracy n democratia (-ia)

democrat n democrate (-o-)

democratic adj democratic

demographer n demographo (-o-)

demographic adj demographic

demography n demographia (-ia)

demolish, wreck v demolir

demolisher n demolitor

demolition n demolition

demon (evil spirit) n demone

  • ~ , evil spirit n demonio

demonetization n dismonetisation

demonetize v dismonetisar

demoniac, demoniacal (1. pertaining to an evil spirit or evil spirits; 2. possessed by an evil spirit) adj demoniac (-i-)

demonolater n demonolatra (-no-)

demonolatry n demonolatria (-ia)

demonology n demonologia (-ia)

demonomania n demonomania (-ia)

demonstrability n demonstrabilitate

demonstrable adj demonstrabile

demonstrate (show, make evident) v demonstrar

  • [Pol] manifestar

demonstration (display, proof) n demonstration

  • [Pol] manifestation

demonstrative (1. showing clearly, conclusive; 2. [Gram]) adj demonstrative

demonstrator (1. one who shows, makes evident; 2. one who takes part in a public demonstration) n demonstrator

  • [Pol] manifestator

demoralization (act of demoralizing or state of being demoralized) n dismoralisation

demoralize (destroy the morals or morale of) v dismoralisar

demoralizer n dismoralisator

demos (1. people or commons, especially of a Greek state; 2. deme, township of Attica) [Gr. Antiq] n demo

demote v reducer a un grado inferior

demotic [Egypt. Archaeol] adj demotic

demure adj modeste

den n antro, cava

  • n cava, antro

denationalization n disnationalisation

denationalize v disnationalisar

denaturation n disnaturation

denature (alter the nature of) v disnaturar

  • (render unfit for eating or drinking) v denaturar

denazification n disnazification

denazify v disnazificar

dendr-, dendro- (tree) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n dendro-

dendrite [Mineral] n dendrite

dendritic adj dendritic

dendrology n dendrologia (-ia)

denial (as in affirmation or denial) n denegation

  • (self ~) n abnegation
  • ~ , disowning, repudiation n renegamento

denigrate, defame v denigrar

denigration, defamation n denigration

denigrator, slanderer n denigrator

denim (cloth) n tela de jeans

  • adj de jeans

denims (jeans) n blue-jeans

denim-skirt n gonnella de jeans

Denmark [Geog] n Le Danemark, Danmark

denominate, name, designate v denominar

denomination (characteristic name given to a thing or class of things) n denomination

  • [Relig] confession

denominative (conferring a denomination or name) adj denominative

denominator (1. person or thing that names; 2. [Math]) n denominator

denotation, indication n denotation

denotative adj denotative

denote (signify by a visible sign) v denotar

denounce, inform against v denunciar

denouncer n denunciator

dense (close, thick) adj dense

  • adj spisse
  • ~ , compact adj compacte

density (1. closeness, thickness; 2. [Physics]) n densitate

  • n spissor

dent n indentation

  • n marca de colpo
  • v indentar
  • v marcar

dental (pertaining to the teeth or to dentistry) adj dentari

  • [Phonet] n dental
  • adj dental

dentation (state of being dentate) n dentation

denticle, dentil [Arch] n denticulo

denticulate adj denticulate

dentifrice n dentifricio

dentil, denticle [Arch] n denticulo

dentine, ivory n dentina

dentirostral (having a toothed bill) [Zool] adj dentirostre

dentist n dentista

dentistry n dentisteria (-ia)

dentition, teething n dentation

denture, set of teeth n dentatura

denudation n denudation

denude, bare v denudar

denunciation (act of informing against) n denunciation

denunciative adj denunciative

deny (disown) v renegar

  • (say no) v negar
  • ~ oneself, abnegate v abnegar
  • v denegar
  • ~ , contradict v disdicer
  • ~ , disown v dismentir
  • ~ , disown, repudiate v renegar

deodorant adj disodorante

deoxidization n disoxydation

deoxidize v disoxydar

depart, leave v partir

  • ~ , withdraw v deceder [-ced-/-cess-]

department (administrative division) n departimento

  • (ministry) [Gov] n ministerio

departmental adj departimental

department-store n grande magazin

departure (act of leaving) n partita

depend v depender

dependence (state of) n domesticitate

  • ~ , dependency n dependentia

dependent, depending adj dependente

depict v depinger [-ping-/-pict-]

depiction n depiction

depilate, remove the hair from v depilar

  • ~ , remove the hair from v pilar

depilation n depilation

depilatory adj depilatori

  • n depilatorio

deplete v depler

depletion [Med] n depletion

depletive [Med] adj depletive

deplorable adj deplorabile

deploration, lamentation n deploration

deplore v deplorar

  • ~ , bewail v miserar

deploy (troops) v displicar

  • ~ , deployment n displicamento

deployment, deploy n displicamento

depolarization n dispolarisation

depolarize v dispolarisar

deponent [Gram] n deponente

depopulate v depopular

  • v dispopular

depopulation (act of depopulating) n dispopulamento

  • n depopulation

deport (exile) v deportar

deportation (banishment) n deportation

depose (1. to remove from a position of dignity; 2. to depone, testify) v deponer [-pon-/-posit-]

deposit (1. thing deposited for safekeeping; 2. depository, depot; 3. sediment) n deposito (-po-)

  • (1. to lay down; 2. to put in a place for safekeeping) v deponer [-pon-/-posit-]
  • (1. to put in a place for safekeeping; 2. to lay down as sediment) v depositar
  • ~ , stratum, layer [Geol] n jacimento

depositary (one who receives a diposit) n depositario

deposition (1. removal from position of dignity; 2. testimony) n deposition

  • (depositing for safekeeping) n deposito (-po-)

depot (depository) n deposito

  • (for trams, etc) n remissa

depravation, depravity n depravation

deprave, corrupt v vitiar

  • ~ , make depraved v depravar

depraved, corrupt adj depravate (pp of depravar)

  • ~ , wicked, vicious adj vitiose

depraver n depravator

depravity, depravation n depravation

  • ~ , pravity n pravitate

deprecate (seek to avert by prayer) v deprecar

deprecation (prayer that an evil may be prevented) n deprecation

deprecative, deprecatory adj deprecative

  • ~ , deprecatory adj deprecatori

deprecator n deprecator

deprecatory, deprecative adj deprecative

  • ~ , deprecative adj deprecatori

depreciate (lessen the value of) v depreciar

depreciation (lessening in value) n depreciation

depreciator n depreciator

depredate, plunder, pillage v depredar

  • ~ , plunder, rob v predar

depredation n depredation

depredator, plunderer n depredator

depress (1. to press down; 2. to make sad or gloomy) v deprimer [-prim-/-press-]

depressed (gloomy, in low spirits) adj depresse

depressing (morally) adj depressive

depression (1. act of pressing down; 2. gloominess, low spirits) n depression

depressor, depressor muscle [Anat] n depressor

deprivation n deprivation

deprive of what is necessary v disprovider

  • v privar

deprived adj destitute

  • adj private

depth (being deep) n profunditate

  • (deep place) n profundo
  • ~ , profundity (quality of being deep or profound) n profunditate

depurate, cleanse, clear v depurar

depuration, cleansing, clearing n depuration

depurative [Med] adj depurative

  • ~ , blood-cleanser [Med] n depurativo

deputation (1. appointment as a deputy; 2. group of deputies) n deputation

depute, deputize v deputar

deputize, depute v deputar

deputy adj adjuncte

  • n deputato
  • ~ , assistant n adjuncto
  • ~ , substitute n suppletor

deputyship n deputation

derail vt facer derailar

  • ~ , leave the tracks vi derailar (-rel-)

derailment (act of leaving the tracks) n derailamento (-rel-)

derange, disarrange, disorder v disrangiar (-jar)

  • ~ , distemper v distemperar

derangement, disarrangement n disrangiamento (-ja-)

Derby [Geog] n Derby [A]

derelict adj derelicte

deride v derider [-rid-/-ris-]

  • v irrider [-rid-/-ris-]

derider n irrisor

derision n derision

  • n irrision

derisive, derisory adj derisori

  • ~ , derisory adj irrisori

derisory, derisive adj derisori

  • ~ , derisive adj irrisori

derivable adj derivabile

derivation (1. [Med]; 2. [Gram]) n derivation

derivative (1. [Med]; 2. derived) adj derivative

  • [Gram] derivato
  • [Med] n derivativo

derive (1. to obtain (from a source); 2. to be derived) v derivar

derma [Anat/Zool] n derma [-ma/-mat-]

dermatitis [Med] n dermatitis (-itis)

dermatoid n dermatoide

dermatologist n dermatologo (-to-)

dermatology n dermatologia (-ia)

derogation (1. act of limiting the application of a law, rule; 2. disparagement, depreciation) n derogation

derogatory (as in derogatory remark) adj derogatori

derrick n turre de sondage

dervish n dervich (-sh)

descant (1. counterpoint above the plain song; 2. upper part in part music) [Mus] n discanto

  • (sing a descant or counterpoint above the plain song) [Mus] v discantar

descend v descender [-scend-/-scens-]

descendance, descent (descent from a particular ancestor) n descendentia

descendant n descendente

descendants n descendentia

descending adj/pres. part descendente

descent (action of descending) n descendita (-cen-)

  • (action of descending) n descension
  • n descendita
  • ~ , descendance (descent from a particular ancestor) n descendentia

describable adj descriptibile

  • ~ , explainable adj enarrabile

describe (1. to describe a view, a person; 2. to describe a curve) v describer [-scrib-/-script-]

  • v describer

describer n descriptor

description n description

descriptive adj descriptive

  • ~ botany, phytography n phytographia (-ia)

desert (as in desert region) adj deserte

  • (as in desert region) adj desertic
  • (merit) n merito
  • (wasteland) n deserto
  • v desertar
  • ~ , abandon v deserer [-ser-/-sert-]

deserter n desertor

desertion n desertion

deserve, merit v merer

  • ~ , merit v meritar

deserved (well ~) adv ben meritate

  • ~ , adequate adj condigne

deservedly adv meritate (ben - )

deserving, worthy adj digne

deshabille, dishabille n déshabillé [F]

desiccate, dry up v desiccar

desiccation n desiccation

desiccative adj desiccative

desiderative [Gram] adj desiderative

desideratum n desideratum (pl desiderata) [L]

design (scheme, plan) n designo

  • ~ , intend v designar

designate adj designate

  • v designar
  • ~ , denominate, name v denominar

designation n designation

designative adj designative

desilver, remove the silver from v disargentar

desinence, ending [Gram] n desinentia

desinential, terminal adj desinential

desirability n attractivitate

  • n convenientia

desirable adj desiderabile

  • adj desirabile
  • ~ , appetible adj appetibile

desire, wish n desiderio

  • ~ , wish n desiro
  • ~ , wish, wish for v desiderar
  • ~ , wish, wish for v desirar

desirous adj desiderative

  • adj desiderose
  • adj desirose

desist v desister

desistance n desistentia

desk writing table, bureau n bureau [F]

  • ~ , writing desk n scriptorio

desolate (1. to devastate; 2. to afflict, distress) v desolar

  • ~ , distressed adj desolate (pp of desolar)

desolater n desolator

desolation (1. devastation; 2. dreary barrenness; 3. affliction) n desolation

despair (drive to ~) v desperar

  • n despero
  • ~ , hopelessness n desperantia

despatch, send off, dispatch v expedir

desperate adj desperate

desperateness (desperation) n desperation

desperation (desperateness) n desperation

  • n despero

despicable adj contemptibile

despise v contemner

  • v despicer [-spic-/-spect-]
  • v minuspreciar
  • ~ , vilipend, hold cheap v vilipender

despiser, contemner n contemptor

despite prep in despecto de

  • prep malgrado
  • ~ , in spite of prep nonobstante
  • ~ , resentment, spite n despecto

despoil, spoliate v despoliar

  • ~ , strip v spoliar

despoiling, stripping n spoliamento

despoliation, spoliation n despoliamento

despondency, dejection n abattimento

despondent adj abattite

  • adj discoragiate

despot n despota (des-)

despotic adj despotic

despotism n despotismo

despotize, tyrannize v despotisar

dessert n dessert [F]

dessert-spoon n coclear de dessert

destination (1. action of destining; 2. place of destination) n destination

destine (set apart for a particular purpose or use) v destinar

destiny (one's lot or fortune) n destino

  • ~ , lot n sorte

destitute (1. deprived, lacking; 2. in great need or want) adj destitute

  • (not possessing the necessities of life) adj disproviste
  • adj indigente
  • adj inope (in-)

destitution (state of being destitute) n destitution

  • n inopia

destroy the legal force of v vitiar

  • v deler [del-/delet-]
  • v destruer [-stru-/-struct-]

destroyer (person or thing that destroys) n destructor

  • [Nav] n chassa-torpedineros

destroying by fire, burning (act of) n ustion

destructibility n destructibilitate

destructible adj destructibile

destruction n deletion

  • n destruction
  • ~ , ruin n eversion
  • ~ , ruin n pernicie

destructive adj destructive

desuetude n desuetude

detach (1. to unfasten and separate; 2. [Mil]) v distaccar

  • v distaccar (se)

detachable adj distaccabile

detached adj isolate

  • adj separate

detachment (1. act of unfastening and separating; 2. [Mil]) n distaccamento

detail (individual item, particular) n detalio

  • (tell in detail) v detaliar

detailed adj detaliate

  • adj minutiose
  • ~ , thorough adj minutiose

detain (keep in custody, confine) v detener [-ten-/-tent-]

  • ~ , withhold, hinder, keep, hold v retener [-ten-/-tent-]

detainer (one who detains) n detentor

detect v discoperir

  • ~ , uncover v deteger [-teg-/-tect-]

detection n discoperta

detective adj detective

  • n detective [A]

detector [Elec/Radio] n detector

detente n detente

  • n diplomatic
  • n distension

detention n retention

  • ~ , imprisonment, confinement n detenimento
  • ~ , imprisonment, confinement n detention

deter v discoragiar

  • v dissuader

detergent adj detersive

  • n detersivo

deteriorate v deteriorar se

deterioration n deterioration

determinability n determinabilitate

determinable adj determinabile

determinant [Math] n determinante

determination (1. act of fixing precisely; 2. fixed intention, resolution; 3. resoluteness) n determination

determinative adj determinative

determine (1. to be the deciding factor in settling the form, function of; 2. to fix precisely) v determinar (se)

  • (measure by means of compasses) v compassar

determiner n determinator

determinism n determinismo

determinist n determinista

deterrent adj preventive

  • n preventive??? -o

detest v detestar

detestable adj detestabile

detestation n detestation

dethrone v disthronar

  • ~ , uncrown v discoronar

dethronement n disthronamento

detonate (explode) vi detonar

  • vt facer detonar

detonation n detonation

detonator n detonator

detour, roundabout way n deviation

detract (- from) v detraher [-trah-/-tract-]

detraction n detraction

detractor n detractor

detriment n detrimento

detrimental adj detrimentose

detritus n detrito

deuter-, deutero- (second) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] adj deuter-

deuterium, heavy hydrogen [Phys/Chem] n deuterium (-te-)

deuteron [Phys/Chem] n deuteron

Deuteronomy [Bib] n Deuteronomio

deuton [Phys/Chem] n deuton

deutoxide [Chem] n deutoxydo (-to-)

devaluate v devalutar

devaluation n devalutation

devalue v devalutar (se)

devastate v devastar

devastation (act of devastating) n devastation

devastator n devastator

develop [Photog] v revelar

  • ~ rabies, go mad v rabiar
  • v disveloppar (se)
  • ~ , evolve (1. to undergo an evolution or development; 2 . to cause to evolve or develop) v evolver [-volv-/-volut-]

developer [Photog] n disveloppator

  • [Photog] n revelator

developing (act of) [Photog] n disveloppamento

development n disveloppamento

developmental adj disveloppamental

deviate (1. to have declination or latitude; 2. to vary from the true magnetic meridian) [Astron/magnet] v declinar

  • (as in his statement deviates from the truth) v deviar
  • ~ , aberrate v aberrar

deviation n deviation

device (1. [Her]; 2. motto) n devisa

  • (apparatus) n apparato
  • (heraldry) n devisa
  • (means) n expediente

devil (spirit of evil) n diabolo (-a-)

devilish, diabolic, diabolical adj diabolic

devilry, deviltry (devilish mischief) n diaboleria (-ia)

deviltry, devilry (devilish mischief) n diaboleria (-ia)

devious adj devie

devise v inventar

  • ~ , invent v imaginar

devising, contrivance, excogitation n excogitation

devoid adj disproviste

devolution (as in the devolution of the crown) n devolution

devolve (transfer) v devolver [-volv-/-volut-]

devote (dedicate, consecrate) v devotar

devoted adj devote

  • ~ , pious adj pie

devotee n devoto medio

  • ~ , devout person n devoto

devotion (1. [Relig]; 2. devotion to a person, cause) n devotion

devotional adj devote

devotions n precarias

devour v devorar

  • v vorar

devourer n devorator

devout adj beate

  • adj devote
  • ~ person, devotee n devoto

dew n rore

  • n ros

dewy adj roral

dexterity n dexteritate

dexterous adj dextere, dextre

dextrin n dextrina

dextrogyrous adj dextrogyr

diabetes n diabete

diabetic adj diabetic

  • n diabetico

diabolic, diabolical, devilish adj diabolic

diabolical, devilish, diabolic adj diabolic

diabolo [Game] n diabolo(-a-)

diacaustic [Math] adj diacaustic

diaconal adj diaconal

diaconate n diaconato

diadem n diadema

diagnose v diagnosticar

diagnosis (1. [Med]; 2. [Biol]) n diagnose

  • ~ , diagnostics n diagnostico

diagnostic adj diagnostic

diagnostics, diagnosis n diagnostico

diagonal adj/n diagonal

diagonally adv diagonalmente

diagram n diagramma [-ma/-mat-]

diagrammatic adj diagrammatic

dial (face of a clock) n quadrante

  • v [Teleph.] facer, formular

dialect (as in Scottish dialect) n dialecto

  • ~ , patois n patois [F]

dialectal adj dialectal

dialectic, dialectical adj dialectic

  • ~ , dialectics n dialectica

dialectical, dialectic adj dialectic

dialectician n dialectico

dialectics, dialectic n dialectica

dialog, dialogue n dialogo (-a-)

  • ~ , dialogue v dialogar

dialogic, in form of a dialogue adj dialogic

dialogism n dialogismo

dialogist n dialogista

dialogize v dialogisar

dialogue v dialogar

  • ~ , dialog n dialogo (-a-)

diameter n diametro (-a-)

diametric adj diametric

  • ~ , diametrical adj diametral

diametrical, diametric adj diametral

diamond (gem, shape) n diamante

  • ~ , card of the suit of diamonds [Cards] n quadro

Diana [Rom. Relig] n Diana

diaper (as in haby's diapers) n panno

diaphaneity n diaphaneitate

diaphanous adj diaphane

diaphragm n diaphragma

diaphragmatic adj diaphragmatic

diapositive, transparent positive, transparency [Photog] n diapositiva

diarrhea, diarrhoea n diarrhea (-ea)

diarrheal, diarrheic adj diarrheic (-eic)

diary n diario

  • ~ , journal n jornal

Diaspora, Dispersion n diaspora (-as-)

diastase [Chem] n diastase (dias-)

diastasis n diastase (dias-)

diastole [Physiol] n diastole

diastolic [Physiol] adj diastolic

diathermic [Med] adj diathermic

diathermy [Med] n diathermia (-ia)

diatonic [Mus] adj diatonic

dibasic, bibasic [Chem] adj bibasic

dice n datos

  • vi jocar al datos
  • vt [Cul] trenchar in cubos

dick (abbreviation for richard) n ric

  • (insult) n penis!

dictamen, dictate n dictamine

dictate (1. as in to dictate a letter; 2. to prescribe authoritatively) v dictar

  • v dictar
  • ~ , dictamen n dictamine

dictation (as in take down dictation) n dictato

dictator n dictator

dictatorial (pertaining to a dictator) adj dictatorial

  • adj dictatorial
  • ~ , authoritative adj autoritari

dictatorship n dictatura

diction (1. choice of words to express ideas; 2. enunciation, elocution) n diction

dictionary n dictionario

didactic adj didactic

  • ~ , didascalic adj didascalic

didactics n didactica

didasc-, didact- (teach someone or something) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] v didasc-

didascalic, didactic adj didascalic

Dido [Gr. Mythol] n Didon

die (for stamping) n cuneo

  • (one of a pair of dice used for games) n dato
  • ~ out v disparer
  • v morir [mor-/mort-]
  • ~ , decease v deceder [-ced-/-cess-]
  • ~ , pass away v transpassar
  • ~ , perish v obir

Diesel engine or motor, Diesel n diesel

  • ~ , Diesel engine or motor n diesel

diesel-engine n motor diesel

diesel-oil n oleo diesel

diet (be on a ~) v esser a dieta

  • (put on a ~) v poner a dieta
  • [1. Hist/Pol; 2. Med] n dieta
  • v dietar

dietetic adj dietetic

dietetics n dietetica

differ (be different) v differer [-fer-/-lat-]

difference (it makes no ~) phr il non face differentia

  • n differentia

different adj differente

differential (1. [Math]; 2. differential of an automobile etc.) n differential

  • adj differential

differentially adv differentialmente

differentiate (1. to distinguish; 2. [Math]) v differentiar

differentiation [Math] n differentiation

difficult adj difficile

  • ~ , troublesome adj penose

difficulty n difficultate

  • ~ , trouble n pena

diffract v diffractar

  • v diffranger [-frang-/-fract-]

diffraction [Opt] n inflexion

  • n diffraction

diffuse (1. spread out, diffused; 2. verbose, not concise) adj diffuse

  • (spread widely) v diffunder (se) [-fund-/-fus-]

diffusibilitv n diffusibilitate

diffusible adj diffusibile

diffusion (1. dispersion, wide distribution; 2. diffuseness, wordiness; 3. [Phys] (intermingling of fluids) n diffusion

diffusive adj diffusive

dig (a pit, grave) vt fossar

  • n excavation
  • vt excavar
  • ~ , burrow vi foder [fod-/foss-]

digamma n digamma

digest (1. to digest food; 2. to absorb mentally; 3. [Chem]) v digerer [-ger-/-gest-]

  • n digesto
  • v digerer
  • ~ , Pandects [Law] n digesto

digested adj digeste

digestibility n digestibilitate

digestible adj digestibile

digestion (1. [Physiol]; 2. [Chem]) n digestion

  • n coction
  • n pepsia (-ia)
  • n pepsis (pep-)

digestive (1. pertaining to digestion; 2. helping digestion) adj digestive

digging, fossorial adj fossori

digit (1. finger) n digito (-di-)

digital adj digital

digitalin [Chem] n digitalina

digitalis, foxglove [Bot] n digital

digitally adv digitalmente

digitate (having fingers or digits) adj digitate

digitiform, finger-shaped adj digitiforme

digitigrade [Zool] adj digitigrade (-ti-)

  • n digitigrado (-ti-)

dignified (showing or expressing dignity) adj digne

dignify (make worthy) v dignificar

dignitary n dignitario

dignity (1. intrinsic worth, stateliness; 2. high office, rank, or title) n dignitate

digress (deviate from the main subject) v digreder [-gred-/-gress-]

  • ~ , divagate v divagar

digression (1. deviation from the subject in discourse or writing; 2. [Astron]) n digression

  • ~ , divagation n divagation

digressive adj digressive

dig-up v disinterrar

dihedral [Math] adj dihedre

dihedron [Math] n dihedro

dike (embankment built to prevent inundations) n dica

dilapidate, squander v dilapidar

dilapidated adj decadite

  • adj in mal stato

dilatability n dilatabilitate

dilatable adj dilatabile

dilatation, dilation n dilatation

dilate (make larger or wider) v dilatar

  • v dilatar (se)

dilation, dilatation n dilatation

dilator (1. one who or that which dilates; 2. [Surg]) n dilatator

dilatory (tending to delay) adj dilatori

  • ~ , lingering, tardy adj morose

dilemma n dilemma

dilettante, lover of the arts, amateur n dilettante [I]

dilettantism n dilettantismo

diligence (1. assiduity; 2. public stage coach) n diligentia

diligent adj diligente

  • ~ , ready to be of service, serviceable adj servicial

dill n anetho

dilute (as in to dilute wine) v diluer [-lu-/-lut-]

dilution n dilution

diluvial, diluvian adj diluvial

diluvian, diluvial adj diluvian

diluvium [Geol] n diluvio

dim v obscurar (se)

  • ~ , dark, obscure adj obscur
  • ~ , darken, obscure v obscurar

dime n decima

dimension (1. as in the three dimensions; 2. size, magnitude, extent) n dimension

dimensional adj dimensional

dimerous [Bot/Zool] adj dimere

dimeter n dimetro (di-)

diminish vi/vt reducer (se)

  • ~ , lessen v minuer [minu-/minut-]
  • ~ , lessen vt diminuer

diminuendo [Mus] n diminuendo

diminution n diminution

diminutive [Gram] adj diminutive

  • [Gram] n diminutivo
  • adj minute

dimness, darkness, obscurity n obscuritate

dimorphic adj dimorphe

dimorphism (1. [Biol/Bot]; 2. [Cryst]) n dimorphismo

dimple, fossette n fossetta

din (create a ~) v strepitar

  • ~ , noise n ruito (-ito)
  • ~ , noise n strepito (stre-)
  • ~ , rattle, rumble vi streper

dine, have lunch, have dinner, lunch (take the midday meal) v prander

  • ~ , have supper, have dinner, sup (take the evening meal) v cenar
  • ~ , to take dinner v dinar

diner (one who dines) n dinator

dinghy (sailing ~) n parve veliero

  • n barca remate

dingy n inattractive

  • n obscur

dining room n cenaculo

  • ~ , dinner n dinar

dining-car n wagon restaurante

dining-room n camera a mangiar

dink [Slang] n idiota

dinner jacket or coat, tuxedo n smoking [A]

  • ~ , dining n dinar
  • ~ , lunch (midday meal) n prandio
  • ~ , supper (evening meal) n cena

dinner-jacket n frac

dino-, din- (fearful, terrible) [occurring in compounds] adj din-

dinosaur [Paleontol] n dinosauro

diocesan adj diocesan

  • n diocesano

diocese (1. [Rom. Hist]; 2. [Eccl]) n diocese

Dionysiac adj dionysiac (-iac)

Dionysius [Anc. Hist] n Dionysio

Dionysos, Dionysus [Gr. Relig] n Dionyso

Dionysus, Dionysos [Gr. Relig] n Dionyso

diorama n diorama

dioxide n bioxido

  • n bioxydo (-ox-)

dip (lights) v abassar

  • (plunge) v immerger (se)
  • (slope) v inclinar
  • n immersion

dipetalous [Bot] adj dipetale

diphtheria n diphtheria (-ia)

diphtheritic, diphtheric adj diphtheric

diphthong (union of two vowels pronounced in one syllable) n diphthongo

diphthongal, diphthonged adj diphthonge

diphthongize v diphthongar

diplo- (twofold, double) [occurring in compounds] adj diplo-

diploma n diploma [-ma/-mat-]

diplomacy n diplomatia (-ia)

diplomat, diplomatist n diplomate

  • ~ , diplomatist n diplomatico

diplomatic (1. belonging to diplomacy; 2. characterized by diplomacy) adj diplomatic

  • (pertaining to the science of diplomatics or diplomas) adj diplomatic

diplomatics (science of diplomatics or of diplomas) n diplomatica

diplopia n diplopia (-ia)

diplopic adj diplopic

dips- (thirst) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n dips-

dipsomania adj dipsomane

  • n dipsomania (-ia)

dipsomaniac n dipsomano (-so-)

dipteral [Arch] adj diptere

dipterous [Entom] adj diptere

direct (1. to guide, control, manage; 2. to cause to turn in a particular direction) v diriger [-rig-/-rect-]

  • (without deviation or interruption) adj directe
  • v governar
  • ~ , rule (as or like a regent) v regentar

direct-current n currente continue

direction (1. action of directing; 2. as in to move in a certain direction) n direction

  • (in the - of) phr verso
  • (in the opposite ~) phr in senso inverse
  • (instruction) n instruction
  • (way, course) n senso

directive adj directive

  • n directiva

directly adv directemente

director n director

  • ~ , chief, ruler, rector n rector

directorate (function of a director) n directorato

  • ~ , board of directors n directorio

directorial (1. pertaining to a director; 2. pertaining to a directorate, or to the French Directory) adj directorial

directory (street ~) n indicator del stratas

  • (telephone ~) n libro telephonic
  • [Fr. Hist] n directorio
  • adj directori
  • n adressario

directress, head-mistress n directrice

directrix [Geom] n directrice

dirigible adj dirigibile

  • n dirigibile

diriment, annuling, nullifying adj dirimente

dirt, filth n immunditia

dirty adj immunde

  • ~ business, mess n porcheria (-ia)
  • v polluer

disabile (mutilate) v mutilar

  • v facer incapace

disability n incapacitate

  • n infirmitate

disabled adj incapace

  • adj infirme
  • ~ , invalid adj invalide
  • ~ , invalid adj invalide (-va-)

disabled-soldier n invalido

disablement n incapacitate

  • n invaliditate

disabuse v disabusar

disaccord, disagree v disaccordar

  • ~ , disagreement n disaccordo

disaccustom (make someone lose a habit) v dishabituar

  • v disaccostumar

disadvantage n disavantage (-aje)

  • ~ , discomfort, inconvenience n incommoditate

disadvantageous, unfavorable adj disavantagiose (-jo-)

disaffect v disaffectionar

disaffection n disaffection

disaggregate v disaggregar

disaggregation n disaggregation

disagree (the wine -s with him) phr le vino le disconveni

  • v disaccordar
  • v discordar
  • ~ , be in disagreement v disconvenir
  • ~ , disaccord v disaccordar

disagreeable, unpleasant adj disagradabile

disagreeing, discordant adj discordante (ppr of discordar)

disagreement, disaccord n disaccordo

  • ~ , discord n discordo

disallow v non admitter

disappear v disparer

disappearance n disparition

disappoint (fail to realize the expectations of) v disappunctar

disappointed adj disappunctate

disappointing adj disappunctante

disappointment (state of being disappointed) n disappunctamento

  • n disappunctamento

disapprobation, disapproval n disapprobation

disapproval, disapprobation n disapprobation

disapprove (- of) v disapprobar

  • v disapprobrar

disapprover n disapprobator

disarm (1. to deprive of weapons; 2. to reduce the size of the army, navy) v disarmar

disarmament n disarmamento

disarrange, disorder, derange v disrangiar (-jar)

disarrangement, derangement n disrangiamento (-ja-)

disarticulate v disarticular

disarticulation n disarticulation

disassimilation [Physiol] n disassimilation

disassociate, dissociate v disassociar

disaster n disastro

  • n sinistro

disastrous adj disastrose

  • adj sinistrose
  • ~ , fatal, baneful n funeste

disband (troops) v licentiar

  • v disbandar

disbanding n disbandamento

disbandment (of troops) n licentiamento

disburden (unload) v alleviar

  • (unload) v discargar

disbursament n disbursamento

disburse, pay out v disbursar

disc (disk) (slipped ~) n disco intervertebral prolabite

discard v abandonar

discase, illness n morbo

discern v discerner [-cern-/-cret-]

  • v perciper

discerner n discernitor

discernible adj discernibile

discerning adj clarividente

  • adj perceptive
  • ~ , clear-sighted adj clarividente
  • ~ , sapient, wise adj sapiente

discernment n discernimento

  • ~ , clear-sightedness n clarividentia

discharge (1. firing off a fire-arm; 2. electric discharge; 3. [Arch]) n discarga

  • (1. to fire, fire off) v discargar
  • (a debt) v pagar
  • (dismiss) v dimitter [-mitt-/-miss-]
  • (unload) v discargar
  • ~ , dismiss, displace (from office) v destituer [-stitu-/-stitut-]
  • ~ , dismissal (from office) n destitution
  • ~ , pay, settle (a debt, fine, bill) v pagar

discharger [Elec] n excitator

disciple n discipulo (-ci-)

disciplinary adj disciplinari

discipline (1. as in school discipline, military discipline; 2. branch of instruction; 3. [Eccl] scourge) n disciplina

  • (1. to subject to discipline; 2. [Eccl] scourge) v disciplinar

disc-jockey n presentator de discos

disclaim [Law] v repudiar

disclaimer (action of renouncing a legal claim) [Law] n repudiation

disclose v revelar

disclosure n revelation

discolo(u)r (deprive of color or coloring) v discolorar

discoloration n discoloration

discomfort, inconvenience, disadvantage n incommoditate

discomposed (as in discomposed features) adj disfacte

disconcert (1. to spoil, upset; 2. to embarrass greatly) v disconcertar

disconcerted adj confuse

  • adj disconcertate (pp of disconcertar)

disconcertment n disconcertamento

disconnect v disaccopular

disconnected, incoherent adj incoherente

disconnectedness, incoherence n incoherentia

disconsolate, unconsoled adj disconsolate

  • ~ , unconsoled adj inconsolate

discontent adj miscontente

  • n discontento
  • v discontentar
  • ~ , discontented adj discontente
  • ~ , discontentment n discontentamento

discontented, discontent adj discontente

discontentment, discontent n discontentamento

discontinuation n discontinuation

discontinue (cause to cease) v discontinuar

  • vi cessar
  • vt discontinuar

discontinuity n discontinuitate

discontinuous adj discontinue

discord [Mus] n disaccordo

  • n discordia
  • ~ , disagreement n discordo

discordance (1. disagreement; 2. discord) n discordantia

discordant adj discorde

  • ~ , disagreeing adj discordante (ppr of discordar)

discotheque n discotheca

discount (1. [Commer]; 2. to deduct, leave out of account) v discontar

  • [Com] n disconto

discountable adj discontabile

discounter n discontator

discourage, dishearten v discoragiar (-ajar)

discouraged adj discoragiate

  • ~ , dispirited adj disanimate
  • ~ , dispirited adj disanimate (pp of disanimar)

discouragement n discoragiamento (-aja-)

discourse (1. formal speech; 2. treatise) n discurso

  • (speak formally) v discurrer [-curr-/-curs-]

discourteous adj discortese

discourtesy n discortesia (-ia)

discover v discoperir [-per-/-pert-]

discoverer n discoperitor

discovery n discoperta

discredit (injure the credit of) v discreditar

  • (loss of good name or standing) n discredito (-cre-)

discreet adj discrete

discrepancy n discrepantia

discrepant adj discrepante (ppr of discrepar)

discrete (consisting of distinct parts) adj discrete

discretion (quality of being discreet) n discretion

discretional, discretionary adj discretional

discretionary adj discretionari

  • ~ , discretional adj discretional

discriminate (perceive or note the difference in or between) v discriminar

  • v discriminar

discrimination (act or faculty of perceiving or noting differences and distinctions) n discrimination

discriminative, distinguishing adj discretive

discursive (1. proeeeding by reasoning, not intuitive; 2 . rambling) adj discursive

discus n disco

discuss v discuter [-cut-/-cuss-]

  • ~ , dissertate v disserer [-ser-/-sert-]
  • ~ , dissertate v dissertar

discussion n discussion

disdain, scorn n disdigno

  • ~ , scorn v disdignar

disdainful adj disdignose

disease n maladia

  • n morbo

diseased adj infecte

  • adj malade

disembark (1. to put ashore from a ship; 2. to go ashore from a ship) v disbarcar

  • v disimbarcar

disembarkation, debarkation n disbarcamento

  • ~ , debarkation n disimbarcation

disembarrass, disentangle v disembarassar

disembowel v eventrar

disemboweling (act of) n eventration

disenchant (1. to free from a spell; 2. to disillusion) v disincantar

disenchanted adj disincantate

disenchanter n disincantator

disenchantment n disincantamento

disengage, ungear v disingranar

disentangle v disinvolver [-volv-/-volt-]

  • ~ , disembarrass v disembarassar

disesteem n disestima

  • v disestimar

disfavor n disfavor

  • v disfavorar

disfelloship v disassociar

  • v excommunicar

disfiguration, disfigurement n disfiguration

disfigure v disfigurar

disfigurement, disfiguration n disfiguration

disgorge v disgorgar

disgorgement n disgorgamento

disgrace (1. disfavor; 2. public dishonor) n disgratia

  • (1. to dismiss from favor; 2. to reflect dishonor upon) v disgratiar
  • ~ , dishonor v dishonorar

disgraceful adj vergoniose

  • ~ , shameful adj vergoniose

disgruntled adj de mal humor

disguise (change the dress and appearance of so as to conceal identity) v disguisar

  • n disguisamento
  • v travestir

disguiser n travestitor

disguising (act of) n travestimento

disgust n disgusto

  • v disgustar

disgusting adj disgustose

dish (food prepared in a particular way; course) n platto

  • v servir
  • ~ , platter, plate n platto

dishabille, deshabille n déshabillé [F]

disharmonic adj disharmonic

disharmonious, unharmonious adj disharmoniose

disharmonize v disharmonisar

disharmony n disharmonia (-ia)

dish-cloth n pannello pro lavar plattos

dishearten, discourage v discoragiar (-ajar)

  • ~ , dispirit v disanimar

disheartening adj discoragiante

dishevel, tousle v discapillar

disheveled adj discapillate

dishevelled adj discapillate

dishonest adj dishoneste

  • ~ , lacking probity adj improbe (im-)

dishonesty n dishonestate

  • n dishonestitate
  • ~ , improbity n improbitate

dishonor (1. loss of honor, disgrace; 2. cause or source of disgrace) n dishonor

  • ~ , disgrace v dishonorar

dishonorable adj inhoneste

  • ~ , dishonoring adj dishonorante
  • ~ , dishonourable adj dishonorabile

dishonoring, dishonorable adj dishonorante

dish-out v apportionar

dish-washer n lavaplattos

dishwater n lavatura

disillusion n disillusion

  • v disillusionar

disillusionment n disillusionamento

disinclined adj averse

disinfect v disinfectar

disinfectant adj/n disinfectante

disinfection n disinfection

disinfector n disinfectator

disinherit v dishereditar

  • v exheredar

disinheritance n exheredation

disintegrate (cause disintegration) v disintegrar (se)

  • v disgregar

disintegration n disgregation

  • n disintegration

disinterested adj disinteressate

  • adj impartial

disinterestedness n disinteresse

disjoin v disjunger [-jung-/-junct-]

disjointed (of speech) adj incoherente

  • (out of joint) adj dislocate

disjunction n disjunction

disjunctive (1. tending to disjoin) adj disjunctive

disk (disc) n disco

  • (floppy ~) n dischetta
  • ~ jockey n presentator de discos

diskette n dischetta

dislike n repugnantia

  • v non amar

dislocate v dislocar

  • ~ , luxate v luxar
  • ~ , put out of joint v dislocar

dislocation (1. displacement of a bone at a joint; 2. [Geol]) n dislocation

  • ~ , luxation n luxation

dislodge (displace) v dislocar

  • (expel) v expeller

disloyal adj disloyal

disloyalty n disloyalitate

dismal adj lugubre

dismally adv lugubremente

dismantle (strip of equipment, fortifications, rigging) v dismantellar

dismantlement, dismantling (as in the dismantling or dismantlement of a fortress, vessel) n dismantellamento

dismantling, dismantlement (as in the dismantling or dismantlement of a fortress, vessel) n dismantellamento

dismay n consternation

  • ~ , appall v consternar

dismember v dismembrar

dismemberment n dismembramento

dismiss v dimitter

  • ~ , discharge v dimitter [-mitt-/-miss-]
  • ~ , displace, discharge (from office) v destituer [-stitu-/-stitut-]

dismissal n dimission

  • ~ , discharge (from office) n destitution

dismount (1. to alight, alight from; 2. to unhorse; 3 . [Mech] (take down from a mounted or assembled condition) v dismontar

dismountable (that can be taken apart or dismounted) adj dismontabile

dismounting (action of) [Mech] n dismontage (-aje)

disobedience n disobedientia

disobedient adj disobediente (ppr of disobedir)

disobey v disobedir

  • v disobedir a

disoblige (offend) v disobligar

disobliging v disobligante

disorder (1. lack of order; 2. public disturbance) n disordine

  • (destroy the order of) v disordinar
  • n confusion
  • n disordine
  • v disordinar
  • v disrangiar
  • ~ , confusion, disturbance n turbation
  • ~ , derange, disarrange v disrangiar (-jar)
  • ~ , disordered state n disregulamento
  • ~ , disturbance n perturbation

disordered state, disorder n disregulamento

  • ~ , confused adj indigeste

disorderly (in disorder) adj disordinate (pp of disordinar)

disorganization n disorganisation

disorganize v disorganisar

disorganized adj disorganisate

disorganizer n disorganisator

disorientate v disorientar

disorientation n disorientation

disown v repudiar

  • ~ , deny v dismentir
  • ~ , repudiate, deny v renegar

disowning, repudiation, denial n renegamento

disparage v denigrar

  • v dispreciar

disparaging adj dispreciative

disparate adj disparate

disparity n disparitate

  • ~ , disproportion n disconvenientia

dispassionate adj impartial

  • adj sin passion

dispatch (message) n depeche [F]

  • (promptness) n expedition
  • (sending) n invio (-io)
  • n dispacho
  • v dispachar
  • ~ , despatch, send off v expedir

dispel v dispersar

  • v dissipar

dispensable (1. capable of being dispensed with; 2. [Eccl] admitting of release, dispensation) adj dispensabile

dispensary (place where medicines are dispensed) n dispensario

  • [Pharm] n officina
  • n pharmacia

dispensation (1. act of dispensing or giving out; 2. exemption) n dispensation

  • ~ , exemption n dispensa

dispensative, dispensatory adj dispensative

dispensatory, dispensative adj dispensative

dispense (1. to give out; 2. to release, exempt) v dispensar

  • ~ with v contentar se sin

dispenser (one who dispenses, deals out) n dispensator

dispersal, dispersion n dispersion

disperse (cause to disperse or scatter) v disperger [-sperg-/-spers-]

  • v disperger (se)
  • v dissipar (se)
  • ~ , scatter v dispersar

Dispersion, Diaspora n diaspora (-as-)

  • ~ , dispersal n dispersion

dispersive adj dispersive

dispirit, dishearten v disanimar

dispirited adj discoragiate

  • ~ , discouraged adj disanimate (pp of disanimar)

displace (1. to shift something from its place; 2. to remove someone from a position or office) v displaciar

  • (someone from his country) v dispaisar
  • ~ , discharge, dismiss (from office) v destituer [-stitu-/-stitut-]
  • ~ , shift from its place v dislocar

displaced (as in displaced persons) adj dispaisate

displacement (1. action of displacing; 2. [Naut]) n displaciamento

display (apparatus, pomp) n apparato

  • (courage) v displicar
  • (exhibit) v exponer
  • (show) n spectaculo
  • (visual - unit) n unitate de visualisation
  • ~ cabinet n vitrina
  • ~ or trophy of arms n panoplia
  • ~ window, show window n monstra
  • ~ , ostentation, pomp n fasto
  • ~ , show n monstra
  • ~ , show off v ostentar

display-unit n apparato de presentation

  • ~ -unit n monstra

display-window n vitrina

displease v displacer

displeasure n displacentia

  • n displacer
  • v displacer

disposable, available adj disponibile

disposal (at your ~) phr a vostre disposition

  • n disposition

dispose (1. to arrange; 2. to fit, prepare; 3. to determine the course of events) v disponer [-pon-/-posit-]

disposed for the fine arts, artistic adj music

  • ~ to phr disponite (a)
  • ~ to phr disposte
  • ~ to phr disposte (a)
  • ~ , inclined adj disposite (-po-)

dispose-of v disfacer se de

disposer (one who disposes) n dispositor

disposition (1. arrangement; 2. disposal; 3. as in a natural disposition for music) n disposition

  • (temperament) n complexion
  • n disposition
  • ~ , arrangement, order n positura
  • ~ , temperament natural n natural

dispositive (pertaining to the disposal or disposition of something) adj dispositive

dispossess v disposseder [-sed-/-sess-]

  • ~ , expropriate v expropriar

dispossession n dispossession

  • ~ , expropriation n expropriation

dispossessor, expropriator n expropriator

disproof n refutation

disproportion v disproportionar

  • ~ , disparity n disconvenientia
  • ~ , lack of proportion n disproportion

disproportionate adj disproportionate (pp of disproportionar)

disprove v refutar

disputable adj disputabile

  • ~ , that is a matter of opinion adj opinabile

disputant n disputante

disputation n disputation

disputatious adj disputative

dispute (1. to discuss, argue; 2. to contend for) v disputar

  • (aggressively) v polemisar
  • (industrial ~) n conflicto obrer
  • n disputa
  • v disputar
  • ~ , quarrel n lite
  • ~ , quarrel n litigio

disputer n disputator

disqualification n disqualification

disqualify v disqualificar

disquiet n inquietude

  • ~ , disturb v inquietar

disquietude, inquietude n inquietude

disquisition n disquisition

disregard n disdigno

  • n indifferentia
  • v non prestar attention a

disrepair (be in ~) n mal stato

disreputable adj de mal fama

  • adj vergoniose

disrepute n mal fama

disrespect n irreverentia

disrespectful adj irreverente

disrump, disrupt v disrumper [-rump-/-rupt-]

disrupt, disrump v disrumper [-rump-/-rupt-]

disrupter n disruptor

disruption n disruption

disruptive adj disruptive

dissatisfaction n discontento

dissatisfied adj malcontente

dissatisfy v discontentar

dissect v dissecar [-sec-/-sect-]

dissection n dissection

dissector n dissector

dissemble, dissimulate v dissimular

disseminate v disseminar

dissemination n dissemination

disseminator n disseminator

dissension n dissension

dissent n dissension

  • n dissentimento
  • v dissentir [-sent-/-sens-]
  • ~ , dissidence n dissidentia
  • ~ , hold a dissident view v dissider

dissenter, dissident, dissentient n dissidente

dissentient, dissenter, dissident n dissidente

dissertate, discuss v disserer [-ser-/-sert-]

  • ~ , discuss v dissertar

dissertation n dissertation

dissertator n dissertator

disservice n disservicio

dissidence, dissent n dissidentia

dissident adj/n dissidente

  • ~ , dissentient, dissenter n dissidente

dissimilar adj dissimilar

  • adj dissimile
  • ~ , unlike adj dispare

dissimilarity n dissimilantia

  • ~ , dissimilitude n dissimilitude

dissimilate v dissimilar

dissimilation [Phonet] n dissimilation

dissimilitude, dissimilarity n dissimilitude

dissimulate, dissemble v dissimular

dissimulation n dissimulation

dissimulative adj dissimulate (pp of dissimular)

dissimulator n dissimulator

dissipable, capable of being dissipated adj dissipabile

dissipate (1. to scatter, disperse; 2. to waste, squander) v dissipar

dissipated, unrestrained adj dissipate (pp of dissipar)

dissipater, dissipator n dissipator

dissipation (1. scattering, dispersion; 2. waste, squandering; 3. dissipated living) n dissipation

dissipator, dissipater n dissipator

dissociability n dissociabilitate

dissociable, separable adj dissociabile

dissociate, disassociate (cause to dissociate) v disassociar

dissociation n dissociation

dissolubility n dissolubilitate

dissoluble adj dissolubile

dissolute adj dissolute

dissoluteness n dissolution

  • ~ , profligacy n disregulamento

dissolution n dissolution

dissolutive adj dissolutive

dissolve (cause to dissolve) v dissolver (se) [-solv-/-solut-]

  • ~ , resolve v solver [solv-/solut-]

dissolved adj solute

dissolvent, solvent adj dissolvente (ppr of dissolver)

  • ~ , solvent n dissolvente

dissolving, loosing (act of) n lyse

dissonance n dissonantia

dissonant adj dissonante (ppr of dissonar)

  • adj dissone

dissuade v dissuader [-suad-/-suas-]

dissuader n dissuasor

dissuasion n dissuasion

dissuasive adj dissuasive

dissyllabic, disyllabic adj bisyllabe (-si-)

  • ~ , disyllabic adj disyllabe (-si-)

dissyllable, disyllable n bisyllabo (-si-)

  • ~ , disyllable n disyllabo (-si-)

distaff (staff for holding flax, wool, in spinning) n rocca

distaff-full n roccata

distance (remoteness) n distantia

  • ~ covered (trip) n percurso

distant adj distante

  • ~ , far-off adj lontan
  • ~ , remote adj remote

distaste n repugnantia

distasteful adj repugnante

distemper (bad mood) n mal

  • (paint) n tempera
  • (paint) v pinger al tempera
  • (upset) v distemperar
  • ~ , derange v distemperar

distend (dilate by stretching) v distender [-tend-/-tens-]

distension, distention n distension

distention, distension n distension

distich [Pros] n disticho (di-)

distil v alambicar

  • v distillar

distill (1. to fall or give out in drops; 2. to subject to the process of distillation) v distillar

distillable adj distillabile

distillation n alambication

  • n distillation

distillatory adj distillatori

distiller (one who distills alcoholic liquors) n liquorista

  • n distillator

distillery n distilleria (-ia)

distinct (1. different; 2. clearly perceptible) adj distincte

distinction (1. act of distinguishing; 2. condition of being distinguished or outstanding among others) n distinction

distinctive adj distinctive

distinguish v distinguer [-stingu-/-stinct-]

distinguishable adj distinguibile

distinguished (possessing distinction) adj distinguite

  • (possessing distinction) adj distinguite (pp of distinguer)
  • adj eminente
  • ~ , illustrious adj insigne

distinguisher n distinguitor

distinguishing, discriminative adj discretive

distort v distorquer [-torqu-/-tort-]

distortion (1. action of distorting; 2. contortion) n distortion

distract v distraher

distraction (drive to ~) v confunder

  • ~ , amusement n distraction

distractive adj distractive

distress (of body) v doler

  • (of mind) v affliger
  • (of mind) v desolar
  • ~ , affliction n affliction

distressed adj afflicte

  • adj desolate
  • ~ , desolate adj desolate (pp of desolar)

distressing, giving pain adj afflictive

distribute (1. to allot to each as his share; 2. to allocate to distinct places; 3. [Print]) v distribuer [-tribu-/-tribut-]

  • (allot to each as his share) v repartir
  • v distribuer

distributer, distributor n distributor

distribution (1. apportionment, allotment; 2. allocation to distinct places; 3. [Print]) n distribution

  • ~ , allotment n repartition

distributive (1. serving to distribute; 2. [Gram]) adj distributive

distributor (one who allots to each as his share) n repartitor

  • ~ , distributer n distributor
  • ~ , divider n partitor

district [Admin] n districto

  • n quartiero

distrust n diffidentia

  • v diffider de

distrustful adj diffidente

  • adj turbate
  • ~ , suspicious adj suspiciose

disturb (break up a state of order, calm and quiet) v disturbar

  • (break up a state of order, calm and quiet) v perturbar
  • v disturbar
  • ~ , disquiet v inquietar
  • ~ , throw into disorder, confuse v turbar

disturbance n agitation

  • n commotion
  • n disturbation
  • ~ , disorder n perturbation
  • ~ , disorder, confusion n turbation

disturber n disturbator

  • n inquietator
  • n perturbator
  • n turbator

disturbing adj perturbative

disunion (1. rupture of union, severance; 2. disunity) n disunion

disunite v disunir

disunity n disunitate

disuse n disuso

  • v disusar

disused adj desuete

disyllabic, dissyllabic adj bisyllabe (-si-)

  • ~ , dissyllabic adj disyllabe (-si-)

disyllable, dissyllable n bisyllabo (-si-)

  • ~ , dissyllable n disyllabo (-si-)

ditch v abandonar

  • ~ , trench, moat, fosse n fossato

dither (hesitate) v hesitar

  • (shake) v tremer

ditto n ditto

ditto-mark n marca de ditto

diurnal (1. daily; 2. relating to daytime) adj diurne

divagate, digress v divagar

divagation, digression n divagation

divan n divan

dive n immersion

  • n salto
  • vi descender rapidemente
  • vi immerger se

diver n scafandrero

diverge (- from) v diverger

divergence, divergency n divergentia

divergency, divergence n divergentia

divergent adj divergente (ppr of diverger)

divers (several, various) adj diverse

diverse (different, varied) adj diverse

  • ~ , several adj varie

diversify (make diverse) v diversificar

  • v diversificar

diversion (1. entertainment, pastime; 2. [Mil]) n diversion

  • ~ of a water-course n derivation
  • ~ , amusement n divertimento

diversity n diversitate

divert (1. to distract; 2. to entertain, amuse) v distraher [-trah-/-tract-]

  • (1. to turn aside; 2. to amuse, entertain) v diverter [-vert-/-vers-]
  • ~ the course of v derivar

divide (1. to separate into parts; 2. [Arith]) v divider (se) [-vid-/-vis-]

  • ~ in three parts v tertiar
  • ~ into (small portions) v parcellar
  • ~ into doses v dosar
  • ~ into eighths v octavar
  • ~ into fifths v quintar
  • ~ into parts v departir
  • ~ into three parts v tripartir
  • ~ into two parts v bipartir
  • ~ , part v partir

divided, partite adj partite (pp of partir)

dividend (1. [Arith]; 2. [Commer]) n dividendo

  • n dividendo

divider, distributor n partitor

dividers n compasso

divination n divination

  • ~ , manticism, mantic n mantica

divinatory adj divinatori

divine adj dive

  • adj divin
  • ~ , guess v divinar

diviner n divinator

diving n immersion

  • n submersion

diving-board n trampolino

diving-suit n scafandro

divinity (divine nature or being) n divinitate

divisibility n divisibilitate

divisible adj divisibile

  • adj partibile
  • ~ , capable of being cut adj secabile

division (1. act of dividing; 2. [special: Arith/Mil/Biol]) n division

  • ~ into (small portions) n parcellamento

divisional adj divisional

divisive (indicating division) adj divisive

divisor [Arith] n divisor

  • [Arith] n partitor

divorce (get -d) v divorciar

  • n divorcio

divorced (get ~) v divorciar se

  • adj divorciate

divorcee [Fem] divorciata

  • [Masc] divorciato

divulgate, divulge v divulgar

divulgation, divulgement n divulgation

divulge, divulgate v divulgar

divulgement, divulgation n divulgation

divulger n divulgator

divulsion n divulsion

dizziness n vertigine

  • ~ , giddiness, vertigo n vertigine

dizzy adj vertiginose

do (arrange) v arrangiar

  • (be suitable) v convenir
  • (behave) v conducer se
  • (cause) v causar
  • (cheat) v fraudar
  • (commit) v committer
  • (cook) v cocer
  • (get on) v ir
  • (have to - with) v esser relative a
  • (have to - with) v haber relation con
  • (how - you ~) phr como va vos?
  • (I - know) v io sape
  • (last) v durar
  • (learn) v apprender
  • (of health) v esser
  • (of homage) v render
  • (prepare) v preparar
  • (roast) v rostir
  • (something) v facer [fac-/fact-;-fic-/-fect-]
  • (suffice) v bastar
  • (suit) v convenir
  • (that will ~) phr basta
  • (travel) v percurrer
  • (well done!) phr multo ben!
  • [Mus] n do
  • ~ evil, wrong v malfacer [-fac-/-fact-]
  • ~ good, be beneficent v benefacer [-fac-/-fact-]
  • ~ or make again v refacer [-fac-/-fact-]
  • ~ tapestry work v tapissar
  • ~ tattooing, tattoo v tatuar
  • v iolence to v violentar
  • ~ , make (with studied care) v compassar

do-away-with v poner fin a

  • ~ -away-with v supprimer

docile adj docile

docility n docilitate

dock (deduct) vt discontar

  • (suppress) v supprimer
  • [Jur] banco del accusatos
  • [Nav] n bassino
  • [Nav] n dock
  • vi entrar in dock
  • ~ , quay, wharf n imbarcatorio
  • ~ , wet dock n darsena (dar-)

docker n obrero portuari

  • n stivator

dockyard n arsenal

  • ~ -yard n officina de constructiones naval

doctor (1. as in doctor of philosophy; 2. doctor of medicine, physician) n doctor

  • (falsify) v falsificar
  • (patch up) v reparar
  • (physician) n medico
  • (treat) v medicar
  • ~ , physician n medico (me-)

doctoral adj doctoral

doctorate n doctorato

doctrinaire n doctrinario

doctrinairism, doctrinalism, doctrinism n doctrinarismo

doctrinal (as in doctrinal observation or clauses) adj doctrinal

doctrinalism, doctrinism, doctrinairism n doctrinarismo

doctrinary, doctrinaire adj doctrinari

doctrine n doctrina

doctrinism, doctrinairism, doctrinalism n doctrinarismo

document n documento

  • v documentar
  • ~ , paper [Law, Com] n scriptura

documentary adj documental

  • adj documentari
  • n film educative

documentation n documentation

doddering adj decrepite

dodeca-, dodec- (twelve) [occurring in compounds] adj dodeca-

dodecagon n dodecagono

dodecagonal adj dodecagon

  • adj dodecagonal

dodecahedral adj dodecahedric

dodecahedron [Math] n dodecahedro

Dodecanese Islands n Dodecaneso

dodecapetalous [Bot] adj dodecapetale

dodecasyllabic adj dodecasyllabe (-silabe)

dodecasyllable [Pros] n dodecasyllabo (-silabo)

dodge v eluder

doe (female deer) n cervo femine

doer, maker n facitor

dog days n canicula

  • n can
  • ~ Star, canicula [Astron] n canicula
  • v persequer

dog-collar (dog's) n collar de can

  • ~ -collar [Eccles] collar false de ecclesiastico

dogged (followed) adj persecute

  • (persistent) adj tenace

dogma n dogma [-ma/-mat-]

dogmatic, dogmatical adj dogmatic

dogmatics n dogmatica

dogmatism n dogmatismo

dogmatist n dogmatista

dogmatization n dogmatisation

dogmatize v dogmatisar

dogmatizer n dogmatisator

dog's-life (of business) v ir a ruina

s-life (people, go to the -s) v degradar se

s-life n vita de can

doing or making again (act of) n refaction

doings n gestas

dole (- out) v distribuer

  • n indemnitate de disoccupation

doleful, mournful adj lamentabile

dolicho-, dolich- (long) [occurring in compounds] adj dolich-

dolichocephalic [Anthropometry] adj dolichocephale

doll n pupa

dollar [Monet] n dollar [A]

dolphin (Delphinus delphis) n delphino

domain n dominio

domainal, pertaining to a domain adj dominial

dome (cupola) n cupola (cu-)

domestic (of or belonging to the household, home, family) adj domestic (-mes-)

  • [Masc] n domestico (-mes-)
  • adj familiar
  • n [Fem] domestica (-mes-)

domesticate, tame v domesticar

domestication n domestication

domesticator n domesticator

domesticity n domesticitate

domicile n domicilio

  • ~ , domiciliate (establish or set up at a given residence) v domiciliar

domiciliary adj domiciliari

dominance n dominantia

dominant (1. controlling, most influential; 2. rising high above its surroundings) adj dominante

  • [Mus] n dominante

dominate (1. to exercise control over; 2. to rise high above) v dominar

domination n domination

dominator n dominator

domineer n tyrannisar

domineering adj imperiose

Dominica [Geog] n Dominica

dominical adj dominical

Dominican (1. Dominican friar; 2. native or citizen of the Dominican Republic) n dominicano

  • (1. pertaining to St. Dominic, or to the order of preaching friars founded by him; 2. pertaining to the Dominican republic) adj dominican

Dominican-Republic [Geog] n Republica Dominican

dominion (rule control, supreme authority;) n dominio

  • ~ , dominium, ownership (absolute) n dominio

dominium, ownership, dominion (absolute) n dominio

domino (1. long, loose robe worn at masquerades; 2. [Games] (domino piece) n domino (do-)

  • (play -es) v jocar al domino

Don Quixote n Don Quixote (kishote; kihote)

donate, give v donar

donation n donation

  • ~ , donative n donativo

donator, donor n donator

donatory [Law] n donatorio

donjon, dungeon n donjon

donkey driver n asinero

  • ~ , ass n asino(a-)

donna, dame n donna

donor (blood ~) n donator de sanguine

  • ~ , donator n donator

doom n destino funeste

  • v condemnar

doomsday n die del judicio

do-one's-best v facer le possibile

door (front ~) n porta anterior del casa

  • n ostio
  • ~ , gate n porta

doorbell n campanetta

doorkeeper n portero

doorman n portero

doorstep n limine

doorway n entrata

  • ~ , gateway n porta

do-out v nettar

dope (drug) n narcotico

  • (drug) v narcotisar
  • (person) n imbecille
  • (varnish) n vernisse
  • (varnish) v vernissar

dormant adj latente

dormitory (sleeping room) n dormitorio

  • n dormitorio

dormouse n muscardino

doro-, -dor (gift) [occurring in compounds] n doro-

dorsal adj dorsal

  • ~ , notal [Zool] adj notal

dosage, dosing n dosage (-aje)

dose (give out in doses) v dosar

  • n dose

dosing, dosage n dosage (-aje)

dossier n dossier [F]

  • v dossier

dot n puncto

  • v punctar al puncto

dotage n secunde infantia

  • n senilitate

dotal adj dotal

dotation, endowment n dotation

dote-on v amar follemente

double (1. to make double; 2. [Naut] sail round) v duplar

  • (at the ~) phr al passo de carga
  • (person) n sosia
  • (stand-in) n duple
  • (two, on the ~) n dupletto
  • adj duple
  • ~ bass, contrabass [Mus] n contrabasso
  • ~ boiler n banio-maria (-ia)
  • ~ fives (a throw of) [Dominoes] n quina
  • vt duplar
  • ~ , make double v duplicar
  • ~ , twofold adj duple
  • ~ , twofold adj duplice (du-)
  • ~ , two-fold adj gemine

double-bass n contrabasso

double-bed n lecto matrimonial

double-cross v dupar

  • ~ -cross v fraudar

double-dealing, duplicity n duplicitate

double-dutch n linguage inintelligibile

double-glazing n vitro duple

doubleness, duplexity n duplicitate

double-room n camera a duo personas

doublet (1. identical piece) n dupletto

doubling (action of) n duplamento

doubt (1. as in in doubt, without doubt; 2. [Rhet] dubitatio) n dubitation

  • (be in ~) v esser in dubita
  • (beyond ~) prep. phr foras de dubita
  • (cast - on) v poner in dubita
  • n dubita (du-)
  • ~ , be in doubt v dubitar

doubter n dubitator

doubtful adj questionabile

  • ~ , dubious (1. in doubt; 2. causing doubt) adj dubitose
  • ~ , questionable adj dubitabile
  • ~ , questionable adj questionabile

doubtfully adv dubitosemente

  • adv questionabilemente

doubtfulness n dubita

  • n dubitositate
  • n questionabilitate

doubtless adj/adv sin dubita

douche (give a douche) v duchar (-sh-)

  • (jet of water for therapeutic purposes) n ducha (-sh-)

dough n pasta

doughiness, pastiness n pastositate

doughy, pasty adj pastose

do-up (button) v buttonar

  • ~ -up (close) v serrar
  • ~ -up (redecorate) v redecorar
  • ~ -up (repair) v reparar

douse (extinguish) v extinguer

  • (immerse) v immerger

dove n columba

  • ~ , columbine adj columbin
  • ~ , pigeon n pipion

dovecot, pigeon-house n columbiera

dovetail n cauda de hirundine

  • v incastrar a cauda de hirundine

dowdy adj inelegante

dower (give a dowry to) v dotar

do-without v contentar se sin

down (a street) v passar per

  • (as in down on fruit) n pilo
  • (downy hairs) n lanugine
  • (go ~) v descender
  • (of sun) v poner se
  • [Nav] v ir al fundo
  • adv a basso
  • n lanugine
  • ~ , dune n duna
  • ~ , hair n villo

downcast, dejected adj abattite (pp of abatter)

downfall n cadita

  • n ruina

downhearted adj discoragiate

downhill (go ~) v descender

  • adv a basso

download [Comp] n discargamento, cargamento sur disco ab internet, telecargamento

  • [Comp] v discargar, bassar, cargar sur disco ab internet, telecargar

downloadable [Comp] adj discargabile, telecargabile

downpour n forte pluvia

downright adj absolute

  • adv toto

downstairs adj/adv a basso

downtown n in le centro del citate

downtrodden adj/n opprimite

downward adj/adv descendente

downwards adv a basso

down-with-the (traitors)! interj a basso (le traitores)!

downy, lanuginous adj lanuginose

dowry n dote

dox-, -dox- (opinion) [occcurring in compounds] n dox-

doxology n doxologia (-ia)

do-you-know (do you understand? ... yes I ~) phr comprende vos? ... si, io comprende

  • ~ -you-know (do you understand? ... yes I ~) phr io comprende, comprende vos? ... si
  • ~ -you-know phr sape vos?

doze n somno curte

  • v facer un somno curte

dozen n dozena

doze-off v addormir se

drab (brownish) adj color de fango

  • (dreary) adj monotone

drachma n drachma

Draco [Gr. Hist] n Dracon

Draconian adj draconian

draft (a contract) v minutar

  • (a document) v rediger
  • (air) n currente de aere
  • (call up) v conscriber
  • (call-up) n conscription
  • (make a draft of) v minutar
  • (of document) n redaction
  • (the draft of a contract) n minuta
  • ~ , bill [Fin] n tratta
  • ~ , draught (of a chimney) n tirage (-aje)

draftsman n designator technic

drafty adj exponite a currentes de aere

  • adj ventose

drag (hindrance) n remora (re-)

  • vt traher
  • ~ , dray, road sledge n slitta
  • ~ , dray, road sledge n traha
  • ~ , pull, draw v tirar
  • ~ , pull, draw v trainar

dragging, pulling, drawing (act of) n tiramento

dragon (1. [Mythol]) n dracon

  • ~ -on v prolongar (se)

dragonfly n libellula

drain (cause to flow off slowly) v escolar

  • (channel or pipe for carrying away water or other liquid) n aquiero
  • (exhaust) v exhaurir
  • vi escolar se
  • ~ , dry (remove water) v disaquar

drainage (process of draining, gradual flowing off) n escolamento

  • n disaquamento
  • n escolamento

draining n disaquamento

draining-board n escolatorio

drainpipe n tubo de disaquamento

drake n anate mascule

dram [Weights] n drachma

drama n drama [-ma/-mat-]

dramatic adj dramatic

dramatist, playwright n dramaturgo

dramatize v dramatisar

dramaturgy n dramaturgia (-ia)

drape n cortina

  • ~ , hang with a drapery vt drappar

draper (dealer in cloth) n drappero

  • n drappero

drapery (1. business of selling cloth; 2. clothing or hangings arranged in graceful folds) n drapperia (-ia)

drastic adj drastic

draught (-s) n joco de damas

  • n bibita
  • ~ , draft (of a chimney) n tirage (-aje)

draughty adj exponite a currentes de aere

  • adj ventose

draw (lots) n tiramento al sorte

  • (lottery) n lotteria
  • (make, pull) v tirar
  • (pull) n attraction
  • (pulling) n tiramento
  • (sketch) vt designar
  • (sport) n partita nulle
  • (water) v haurir
  • ~ backwards v arretrar
  • ~ out, draw (water) v haurir [haur-/haust-]
  • ~ out, stretch v tirar
  • ~ up (a document, speech) v rediger [-ig-/-act-]
  • ~ , drag, pull v tirar
  • ~ , drag, pull v trainar
  • ~ , draw out (water) v haurir [haur-/haust-]
  • ~ , pull v traher [trah-/tract-]
  • ~ , unsheathe (a sword) v disvainar

draw-back n disavantage

  • ~ -back n inconveniente
  • ~ -back v arretrar (se)

drawbridge n ponte levatori

drawer (chest of -s) n commoda

  • (furniture) n tiratorio
  • (one who or that which draws) n tirator
  • (sliding box in a chest, desk) n tiratorio
  • ~ , sketcher (person) n designator

drawing (1. art of drawing or sketching; 2. as in a drawing hanging on the wall) n designo

  • (pulling) n tirada
  • (sketch) n designo
  • ~ back, recoiling (act of) n reculamento
  • ~ out, stretching (act of) n tiramento
  • ~ , dragging, pulling (act of) n tiramento
  • ~ , pulling (action of) n tracto

drawing-back (retreat) n reculamento

drawing-board n tabula de designo

drawing-pin n cimice

drawing-room n salon

drawl n pronunciation lente e pesante

  • vi pronunciar lente e pesantemente

draw-lots v tirar al sorte

draw-near v approchar (se)

draw-out v tirar

draw-up (documents) v rediger

  • ~ -up (near) v approchar (se)

dray, road sledge, drag n slitta

  • ~ , road sledge, drag n traha

dread n apprehension

  • n grande timor
  • v apprehender
  • v timer

dreadful adj espaventabile

  • adj terribile

dreadnought n dreadnought [A]

dream n somno

  • n sonio
  • vi soniar

dreamer n soniator

  • ~ , Utopian (one who indulges in fanciful ideas, plans) n chimerista

dreamy adj somnolente

dreary adj lugubre

dredge (1. dredger; 2. dragnet) [Technol] n draga

  • [Technol] v dragar

dredger n draga

dregs n fece

  • n sedimento

drench v saturar

dress (- a person, clothe) vt/vi vestir (se)

  • (a person again) v revestir
  • (attire) n habito
  • (attire) n vestimento
  • (frock) n roba
  • (wound) v curar
  • ~ in purple v purpurar
  • ~ skin like morocco v marocchinar

dress-circle n prime balcon

dressed adj vestite

dresser (dressing table) n toilette [F]

  • (sideboard) n buffet de cocina

dressing (a person again) (act of) n revestimento

  • (bandage) n bandage (-age)
  • (grooming) n toilette
  • ~ gown, peignoir n peignoir [F]
  • ~ morocco (action or process of) n marocchineria (-eria)
  • ~ room n toilette [F]
  • ~ table, dresser n toilette [F]

dressing-down n reprimenda

dressing-gown n peignoir

dressmaker, tailor n sartor

dress-up v adornar (se)

  • ~ -up vi vestir se

dribble (drip) vi guttar

  • (of babies) v salivar
  • (sport) vt dribblar

drier n siccator

drift (float) v flottar al deriva

  • (movement) n deriva
  • (of snow) vi cumular se
  • (purport) n tenor
  • ~ , sail, move, float v vogar

drifting adj voga?????

  • ~ , sailing, moving, floating (act of) n voga

driftwood n ligno flottante

drill (instrument for boring) n forator

  • [Mil] n exercitio
  • ~ , bore (hole) v forar
  • ~ , bore [Mining] v sondar
  • ~ , borer [Mining] n sonda
  • ~ , train, exercise [Mil] v exercitar
  • ~ , training, exercise n exercitation

driller, borer (one who drills; tool) n forator

  • ~ , borer [Mining] n sondator

drilling, boring [Mining] n sondage (-aje)

drill-through v perforar

drink (1. draught, glassful of a given beverage; 2. beverage) n bibita (bib-)

  • v biber
  • v potar
  • ~ , beverage n biberage (-aje)
  • ~ , beverage n bibitura
  • ~ , drinking n biber

drinkable adj bibibile

  • adj potabile

drinker, drunkard n bibitor

drinking (- water) n aqua potabile

  • ~ , drink n biber

drip (as in the tap is dripping) v guttar

  • n gutta
  • vi stillar

drip-dry phr que se sicca rapidemente e non se repassa

  • ~ -dry v ex-guttar

dripping (cooking -s) n grassia de rostito

  • (of water) v guttar
  • ~ dew adj roriflue
  • n stillation

drive (a car) v guidar

  • (a carriage, coach) v cochiar (-sh-)
  • (energy) n energia
  • (excursion) n excursion
  • (force) v coercer
  • (golf) n colpo
  • (golf) v tirar le colpo
  • (horses, a car) v guidar
  • (propel) v propeller
  • (propulsion) n propulsion
  • (push) v pulsar
  • (roadway) n avenue
  • (transmission) n transmission
  • ~ in, thrust in v figer [fig-/fix-]
  • ~ in, wedge in v cunear
  • ~ mad, madden v affollar
  • ~ to despair v desperar

drive-away vi partir

  • ~ -away vt chassar

drive-back vi retornar

  • ~ -back vt repeller

drive-in (a nail) v figer

  • ~ -in (enter) v entrar in

drivel n nonsenso

drive-mad v affollar

drive-off (go for a ~) v facer un viage

  • ~ -off vi partir
  • ~ -off vt chassar

driver (of bus) n guidator

  • (of car) n automobilista
  • (of car) n chaurfeur
  • (of train) n machinista
  • ~ , coachman n cochiero (-sh-)

driver's-licence n patente de guidar

s-licence n permisso de guidar

driving-licence n patente de guidar

  • ~ -licence n permisso de guidar

driving-school n schola de guidar

driving-test n examine pro patente de guidar

drizzle n pluvia fin

  • v pluver finmente

droll, comical adj burlesc

-drome (1. running; 2. racecourse) [occurring in compounds] n -dromo

dromedary n dromedario

drone (bee) n ape mascule

  • (sound) n susurro
  • ~ buzz, to hum (make a low, continuous sound) v susurrar
  • v susurrar

droop n inclination

  • v clinar
  • ~ , sink v clinar
  • ~ , slide down, fall v laber [lab-/laps-]

drop (1. as in a drop of rain, drip; 2. [Arch] (gutta) n gutta

  • (fall) n cadita
  • (let go) v lassar cader
  • (lower) vt abassar
  • n stilla
  • vi cader

dropper n contaguttas

dropsy n hydropisia (-ia)

drought, drouth n siccitate

drouth, drought n siccitate

drove, flock, herd n grege

drown (deprive of life by immersion) v necar

  • (in water) v necar (se)
  • (with noise) v coperir
  • (with noise) v suffocar

drowning (act of) n necamento

drowse v dormir

drowsiness n somnolentia

drowsy adj somnolente

drudge (person) n quasi-sclavo

  • v travaliar (ingrate e penosemente)

drudgery n servitude

  • n travalio penose

drug (administer a drug or drugs to) v drogar

  • n droga
  • n pharmaco
  • v drogar
  • v narcotisar
  • ~ , remedy, medicine n pharmaco (far-)

drug-addict n narcomano

druggist n drogista

  • n pharmacista

drug-store (pharmacy) n pharmacia

  • n drogeria (-ia)

druid n druida (dru-)

druidess n druidessa

druidic, druidical adj druidic (-id-)

druidism n druidismo

drum (1. [Mus]; 2. eardrum; 3. [special: Arch/Technol]) n tambur

  • [Mus] n tympano (tim-)
  • n tambur
  • vi batter le tambur
  • ~ , drumlike adj tympanic

drum-into v facer comprender

  • ~ -into v figer le capite

drummer n pulsator de tambur

  • n tamburero
  • n tympanista

drum-stick n bacchetta de tambur

drunk (get ~) v inebriar se

  • n inebriato
  • ~ , drunken adj ebrie
  • ~ , in one's cups adj avinate

drunkard n inebriato

  • ~ , drinker n bibitor

drunken adj ebrie

drunkenness n ebrietate

  • ~ , ebriety n ebrietate

dry (1. to make dry; 2. to become dry) v siccar

  • (drain) v disaquar
  • (remove wetness) vt/vi siccar
  • adj sic
  • ~ up, desiccate v desiccar
  • ~ up, exsiccate (make quite dry) v exsiccar
  • ~ , wipe, mop up (with cloth) v essugar

dry-clean v nettar a sic

dry-cleaning n lavage chimic

dry-dock n bassino de reparation sic

dryer (clothes) n siccator

dry-humor, dry-humour n humor mordente

drying adj siccante (ppr of siccar)

drying-place, drying-room, drying-loft n siccatorio

dry-land n terra firme

dryness n ariditate

  • n siccitate

dry-rot n putrefaction sic

dry-up v desiccar (se)

dry-wine n vino sic

dual adj dual

dual-carriageway n strata de sensos separate

dualism n dualismo

dualist n dualista

dualistic adj dualistic

duality n dualitate

dually adv dualmente

dubiety n dubitate

dubious adj/n dubitose

  • ~ , doubtful (1. in doubt; 2. causing doubt) adj dubitose

dubiously adv dubitosemente

dubitative adj dubitative

ducal adj ducal

ducat (coin) n ducato

ducatoon n ducaton

duchess n duchessa

duck [Zool] n anate (a-)

  • v clinar se

duckbill, platypus, Ornithorhyncus [Zool] n ornithorhynco

duckling n anate juvene

duct [Anat] n ducto

  • n conducto
  • ~ , emissary, outlet n emissario

ductile adj ductile

ductility n ductilitate

due (- to) phr debite a

  • (that which is due legally or morally) n debito (de-)
  • n debito
  • ~ , owing adj debite (de-) (pp of deber)

duel n duello

  • v duellar

duelist n duellista

dues (be ~) v competer

  • (membership fee) n quota

duet n duetto

  • n duo

due-to prep. phr a causa de

duettist n duettista

duke n duce

dukedom (1. duchy; 2. title or rank of a duke) n ducato

dul- (slave) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n dulo-

dulcification (sweetening) n dulcification

dulcify (sweeten) v dulcificar

dull (boring) adj enoiose

  • (boring) adj stupide
  • (of weather) adj obnubilate
  • (sad) adj triste
  • (slow) adj obtuse
  • ~ , mat (metals) v matar
  • ~ , mat (not glossy) adj mat
  • ~ , muffled, surd (of noise) adj surde
  • ~ , obtund, blunt v obtunder [-tund-/-tus-]

dullard (stupid person) n stupide

dullness n stupiditate

dulse n alga edibile (dulleasq)

duly adv debitemente, propriemente

  • adv propriemente, debitemente
  • ~ , properly adv debitemente

duma n duma [R]

dumb (stupid) n imbecille

  • ~ show, pantomime n pantomima
  • ~ , silent, mute (unhearing) adj mute

dumb-bell n peso de mano

dumbfounded adj stupefacte

dumbness, mutism, muteness n mutismo

dumdum (bullet) n dumdum [A]

dummy (cards) n morto

  • (effigy) n effigie
  • (image) n simulacro
  • (soother) n tetta sur anello
  • (tailor's) n mannequin
  • adj ficte

dump v discargar

  • ~ , dumping place n discargatorio

dumping [Commer] n dumping [A]

  • n discarga
  • ~ place, dump n discargatorio

dumpling n bolletta

dumpy adj parve e corpulente

dun adj brun

  • v importunar

dunce n asino

  • n scholar ignorante

dune, down n duna

dung, manure n stercore

  • ~ , manure v stercorar

dung-beetle n scarabeo del stercore

dungeon n prision subterranee

  • ~ , donjon n donjon

dung-heap n stercorario

dunghill n stercorario

dungy adj merdose

  • adj stercorate
  • adj stercorose

Dunkirk n Dunkerque [F]

  • n Dunkirken (dun-)

duodecimal adj duodecimal

duodenal adj duodenal

duodenitis n duodenitis (-itis)

duodenum [Anat] n duodeno

dupe n dupe

  • v dupar

duper n dupator

duplexity, doubleness n duplicitate

duplicate (copy) v reproducer

  • (double) vt duplicar
  • (with a duplicator) v mimeographar
  • adj duplicate
  • n duplicato

duplication n duplication

duplicative adj duplicative

duplicator n duplicator

  • n mimeographo

duplicature n duplicatura

duplicity, double-dealing n duplicitate

durability n durabilitate

durable, lasting adj durabile

duration (1. continuance in time; 2. period of time during which a thing lasts) n duration

duress n duressa

during prep durante

durum-wheat n farina-dur

dusk, crepuscule, twilight n crepusculo

dusky adj tenebrose

dust (free from powder, dust, clean) v dispulverar

  • n pulvere
  • ~ , powder (sprinkle with powder or dust) v pulverar

dust-bin n receptaculo de immunditias

dust-bowl n region ubi le terra es sufflate pro le vento

dust-cart n carro de immunditias

duster n pannello (pro dispulverar)

dustman n levator de immunditias

dust-pan n pala de mano

dusty adj pulverose

  • ~ , powdery, pulverulent adj pulverulente

Dutch (Language) adj hollandese

  • (of Holland, of the Netherlands) adj hollandese
  • ~ adj/n hollandese
  • ~ adj/n nederlandese

Dutchman n hollandese

  • n nederlandese

dutiable adj taxabile

duty (customs) n doana

  • (obligation) n deber
  • (off ~) adj/adv libere
  • (on ~) adj/adv de servicio
  • (service) n guarda
  • (service) n servicio
  • (tax) n derecto
  • (tax) n imposto
  • ~ , custom, fee n derecto
  • ~ , impost, tax n imposto

duty-free adj exempte de doana

duumvir [Rom. Antiq] n duumviro (-um-)

duumviral adj duumviral

duumvirate n duumvirato

dwarf (1. midget; 2. [Mythol]) n [Masc] nano

  • [Fem] nana
  • v render minuscule per contrasto

dwell or live together v cohabitar

  • v habitar
  • ~ , reside v resider

dwelling n habitation

  • ~ place n habitation

dwell-on v insister super

dwell-together v cohabitar

dwindle v diminuer

dye (give a new color to) vt tinger [ting-/tinct-]

  • ~ , coloring matter n tinctura
  • ~ , hue, tint n tincto

dyeing (action of) n tinctura

dyer n tinctor

  • n tincturero

dyer's shop n tinctureria (-ia)

dying adj moriente (ppr of morir)

  • ~ , moribund adj moribunde

dyke n dica

dynamic, dynamical adj dynamic

dynamics [Phys] n dynamica

dynamism [Philos] n dynamismo

dynamist n dynamista

dynamite n dynamite

  • v dynamitar
  • ~ , dynamitic adj dynamitic

dynamiter n dynamitero

dynamo [Elec] n dynamo (di-)

  • n dynamo

dynamoelectric adj dynamoelectric

dynamometer n dynamometro (-mo-)

dynast n dynasta

dynastic adj dynastic

dynasty n dynastia (-ia)

dyne [Phys] n dyna

dysenteric adj dysenteric

dysentery [Pathol] n dysenteria (-ia)

dyspepsia [Pathol] n dyspepsia (-ia)

dyspeptic adj dyspeptic

  • n dyspeptico

dysphasia [Med] n dysphasia (-ia)