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E (the note) [Mus] n mi

  • ~ , e (letter ~) n littera e

each (one pound ~) phr un libra le pecia

  • (they had a beer ~) phr cata uno bibeva un bira
  • adj cata
  • ~ other adj/pron le un le alter, le unes le alteres
  • ~ other adj/pron le unes le alteres, le un le alter
  • ~ other, one another pron un-altere
  • ~ pron cata uno
  • ~ , every adj omne
  • ~ , every adj tote

eager adj ardorose

  • ~ , brisk, alacritous adj alacre (al-)

eagerly adv ardorosemente

eagerness n ardor

  • ~ , briskness, alacrity n alacritate

eagle n aquila (a-)

eapthquake n seismo

  • n tremor de terra

ear (form, be formed, into ears or spikes) v spicar

  • (organ and faculty of hearing) n aure
  • (turn a deaf - to) phr facer le aure surde a
  • ~ , spike (of grain) n spica

earache n dolor de aure

eardrum n cassa del tympano

eared, spicate, spiky adj spicate

earl, count n conte

earldom, county n contato

earlier adj anterior

  • adv ante

earlier-than adv ante

earliest adj prime

early (ancient) adj antique

  • (first) adj prime
  • (in good time) phr de bon hora
  • (time of day) adj matutinal
  • (time of season) adj precoce
  • (too soon) phr ante le tempore
  • ~ in the morning adv mane
  • ~ riser n matinero

earmark v assignar

earn as profit, gain v lucrar

  • v ganiar

earner n ganiator

earnest (in ~) adv seriemente

  • adj serie
  • ~ money, earnest [Law] n arrha
  • ~ , earnest money [Law] n arrha

earnestness, seriousness n serio

earnings (of business) n profitos

  • (wage) n salario

earring n pendente de aure

ear-shaped, auriform adj auriforme

  • ~ -shaped, spiciform adj spiciforme

ear-splitting adj assurdante

earth (ground) n solo

  • (ground) n terra
  • (on the ~) phr super terra
  • (soil) n terra
  • (where on - is it?) phr ubi diabolo es illo?
  • (world) n mundo
  • adj terren
  • vt connecter al terra
  • ~ , land adj terren
  • ~ , soil n solo

earthenware n ceramo (ce-)

  • ~ pot n testo

earthly (for no - reason) phr a proposito de nihil

  • adj terrestre
  • ~ , terrestrial adj terren

earthquake, seism n seismo (seizmo)

earthworm n lumbrico

  • n lumbrico (-ico)

earthy (as in an earthy smell) adj terrose

earwig n forficula

ease (at ~) phr in reposo

  • (lessen) v alleviar
  • (simplify) v facilitar
  • n facilitate reposo
  • ~ up v relaxar (se)
  • ~ , facility (1. absence of difficulty; 2. power to do anything easily and quickly) n facilitate
  • ~ , unconstraint, freedom in speech or manner n disinvoltura

easel n cavaletto

easement [Law] n servitude

easily forgotten adj oblidabile

  • ~ intimidated adj intimidabile
  • ~ moved, exorable adj exorabile
  • ~ tired adj fatigabile

east (direction of sunrise) n levante

  • (go ~) phr ir al est
  • adj del est
  • adj oriental
  • n est
  • n oriente

East-Africa [Geog] n Africa del Est

Easter adj del pascha

  • adj paschal
  • n pascha

Eastern, Oriental adj oriental

  • ~ , oriental adj oriental

easterner n oriental

Eastphalia n Estfalia

East-Timor [Geog] n Timor Oriental

eastward (-s) adv al est

easy (make ~) v facilitar

  • (not difficult) adj facile
  • ~ chair n confortabile
  • ~ to handle adj maneabile
  • ~ unpretentious music n musichetta
  • ~ , unconstrained, free in speech or manner adj disinvolte

easy-chair n confortabile

easygoing adj de humor facile

  • adj indulgente

eat lavishly, feast v banchettar

  • v eder
  • v manducar
  • v mangiar (-jar)

eatable adj mangiabile

  • ~ , comestible, edible adj comestibile
  • ~ , edible adj edibile

eat-away (rot) v corroder

eater n mangiator (-ja-)

eating (act of) n manducation

  • v mangiar

eat-me (don't ~) v no me mangia

  • ~ -me v mangia me

eat-out (- of house and home) v devorar toto in le casa

  • ~ -out v mangiar a foras
  • ~ -out v mangiar al restaurante

eat-up (devour) v devorar

eau de Colegne n aqua de Colonia

  • ~ de Cologne n eau de Cologne [F]

eavesdrop v ascoltar al portas

eavesdropping n ascolta

ebb n refluxo

  • v refluer

ebb-and-flow n fluxo e refluxo

ebonist, cabinetmaker n ebenista

ebonize v ebenisar

ebony n ebeno (e-)

ebriety, drunkenness n ebrietate

ebullience n ebullientia

ebullient adj ebulliente

ebullition, boiling n ebullition

eccentric (1. not concentric; 2. odd, whimsical, unconventional) adj eccentric

  • n original

eccentricity (1. [Mech]; 2. eccentric condition or behavior, oddity) n eccentricitate

Ecclesiastes [Bib] n Ecclesiastes (-as-)

ecclesiastic n ecclesiasta

  • n ecclesiastico
  • (al) adj ecclesiastic
  • ~ , ecclesiastical adj ecclesiastic

ecclesiastically adv ecclesiasticamente

ecclesiology n ecclesiologia (-ia)

echelon [Mil] n echelon (-sh-)

  • [Mil] n scalon
  • v echelonar (-sh-)
  • v scalonar

echinococcus [Zool] n echinococco

echinoderm n echinodermo

  • ~ , echinodermic adj echinoderme

Echinoidae [Zool] n echinoides

echinus (1. sea urchin; 2. [Arch]) n echino

  • [Zool] n echino

echo n echo

  • v t/vi echoar
  • ~ , resound, reverberate v resonar

echoic adj echoic (-oic)

echolalia [Psychopathol] n echolalia (-ia)

echometer n echometro (-ko)

echometric adj echometric

echometry n echometria (-ia)

eclectic adj eclectic

  • n eclectico

eclecticism n eclecticismo

  • n eclectismo

eclipse n eclipse

  • v eclipsar

ecliptic [Astron] n ecliptica

  • ~ , ecliptical adj ecliptic

eclogue n ecloga (ec-)

eco- (house, household, habitat) [occurring in compounds] n eco-

ecologic, ecological adj ecologic

ecologically adv ecologicamente

ecologist n ecologista

  • n ecologo (-co-)

ecology n ecologia (-ia)

economic adj economic

economical adj economic

economics n economia politic

economist (student of political economy) n economista

economize v economisar

economy (1. management of the expenditures of a social group; 2. careful management, thrift) n economia (-ia)

  • n economia

ecstasy (go into ~) v ecstasiar se

  • n ecstase (ec-)

ecstatic adj ecstatic

ecto- (outside, external) occurring in compounds] adv ecto-

ectoderm [Zool] n ectoderma

ectoplasm [Spiritualism] n ectoplasma

ectoplasmic adj ectoplasmic

Ecuador n [Geog] Ecuador [H]

  • n Equator

ecumenical adj ecumenic

ecumenically adv ecumenicamente

eczema n eczema [-ma/-mat-]

eczematous adj eczematose

edacious, voracious adj edace

edacity, voracity n edacitate

eddy n parve vortice

  • v facer vortices

edema [Pathol] n edema [-ma/-mat-]

edematous, edematose adj edematose

Eden n Eden (e-)

edge (border, rim) n bordo

  • (of a knife, razor) n filo
  • (on ~) adj nervose
  • (sharp side of a blade) n talia
  • ~ , brim, rim, border, brink n orlo

edgeways (-gewise) adv del latere

  • (you can't get a word in ~) phr il es impossibile de inserer un parola

edi- (building, house) [occurring in derivativcs and compounds] n edi-

edibility n edibilitate

edible adj manducabile

  • adj mangiabile (-ja-)
  • ~ , eatable adj edibile
  • ~ , eatable, comestible adj comestibile

edict n edicto

  • ~ , proclamation n banno

edification n edification

edifice n edificio

edify v edificar

edifying adj edificante (ppr of edificar)

  • adj edificative

Edinburgh [Geog] n Edinburgho

edit (bibliog) v editar

  • (journ) v corriger
  • [Journ] v rediger [-ig-/-act-]
  • v eder
  • v editar

edition (first ~) n edition principe

  • n edition

editor (bibliog) n editor

  • (one who edits) n editor
  • [Journ] n redactor

editorial adj/n editorial

  • ~ staff n redaction

editorially adv editorialmente

educable adj educabile

educate v educar

  • v instruer

educated adj culte

  • ~ , intelligentsia (class or classes) n intelligentsia [R]

education (elementary ~) n instruction primari

  • (physical ~) n education physic
  • n education
  • n instruction
  • ~ , tuition, instruction n inseniamento

educational adj educational

  • adj instructive
  • ~ system n systema de education

educationally adv educationalmente

educative (instructive, educational) adj educative

educator, pedagogue n educator

edulcorate (1. to sweeten (medicine); 2. [Chem]) v edulcorar

edulcoration (1. (action of) sweetening; 2 . [Chem]) n edulcoration

eel n anguilla

eel-shaped, anguilliform adj anguilliforme

eerie adj mysteriose

  • adj spectral

efface v obliterar

effect (have an ~) v on influer super

  • n effecto
  • v effectuar
  • ~ , bring about v effectuar
  • ~ , work v operar

effective (1. efficacious, efficient; 2. actual, de facto, as in effective capital) adj effective

  • (the effective part of an army) [Mil] n effectivo
  • ~ , efficacious adj efficace

effectiveness, efficacy n efficacia

effectuation n effectuation

effeminate adj effeminate

  • v effeminar

effemination n effemination

effendi n efendi [Tu]

effercts (possesions) n possesiones

effervesce v effervescer

effervescence n effervescentia

effervescent adj effervescente (ppr of effervescer)

efficacious, effective adj efficace

efficacy, effectiveness n efficacia

efficiency (1. [Philos]; 2. [Mech]) n efficientia

  • (ability) n capacitate
  • (effectiveness) n efficacia
  • (of machine) n efficientia

efficient adj efficace

effigy n effigie

effloresce [Chem] v efflorescer

effluent adj effluente (ppr of effluer)

effluvium n effluvio

effort (make an ~) v effortiar se

  • (make every ~) v facer tote su effortios
  • n effortio

effortless adv sin effortio

effuse, pour out, pour forth, shed v effunder [-fund-/-fus-]

effusion n effusion

egg (boiled ~) n ovo bullite

  • (fried ~) n ovo frite
  • (poached ~) n ovo bullite sin scalia
  • (scrambled ~) n ovos miscite
  • (white of ~) n blanc de ovo
  • n ovo
  • ~ on v sporonar

eggcup n oviero

eggplant n alberengina

eggshell n scalia de ovo

egis (aegis) n egide

ego [Philos/Psychol] n ego

  • ~ pron/n ego

egocentric, self-centered adj egocentric

egoism n egoismo

  • ~ , egotism n egoismo (-izmo)

egoist, egotist n egoista (-ista)

egoistical adj egoistic (-istic)

egotism (excessive preoccupation with the ego) n egotismo

  • ~ , egoism n egoismo (-izmo)

egotist (one excessively preoccupied with the ego) n egotista

  • ~ , egoist n egoista (-ista)

egregious adj egregie

egress, exit n egresso

Egypt [Geog] n Egypto

Egyptian (1. native of Egypt; 2. Egyptian language) n egyptiano

  • (1. native of Egypt; 2. language of Egypt) n egyptio
  • adj egyptian
  • adj egyptie

Egyptologist, Egyptologue n egyptologo (-to-)

Egyptology n egyptologia (-ia)

eh (Can) interj eh

  • (Can) interj ei

eider [Zool] n eider (ei-)

eiderdown (1. small soft feathers from the breast of the eider duck; 2. eiderdown quilt) n eiderdun

eido- (image, figure) [occurring in compounds] n eido-

eight (numeral) n octo

  • adj octo

eighteen adj dece-octo

  • n dece-octo

eighteenth adj dece-octesime (-esime)

eightfold, octuple adj octuple (oc-)

eighth adj octave

  • adj octesime (-esime)
  • n octavo

eightieth adj octantesime (-esime)

  • adj octogesime
  • adj octogesime (-esime)
  • n octantesimo

eighty adj octanta

  • n octanta

Einfühlung, empathy n empathia (-ia)

Eire n Eire [Ir]

either (he did not come ~) phr anque ille non veniva

  • adj cata
  • adj le un o le altere
  • adj omne
  • ~ conj o
  • ~ he or she phr o ille o illa
  • ~ or both of two indef pron utroque
  • ~ pron cata uno
  • ~ pron le un o le altere
  • ~ . or phr o. o

ejaculate, eject v ejacular

ejaculation (act of ejecting or ejaculating) n ejaculation

ejaculatory (as in ejaculatory prayer) adj jaculatori

  • [Physiol] adj ejaculator
  • [Physiol] adj ejaculatori

eject, ejaculate v ejacular

ejection n ejection

  • n expulsion

ejector (of steam, cartridges) [Technol] n ejector

eke-out a livelihood v ganiar un magre pitancia

  • ~ -out v supplementar

elaborate adj elaborate

  • v elaborar

elaboration n elaboration

elapse v passar

elastic adj elastic

  • ~ band, elastic n elastico
  • ~ , elastic band n elastico

elasticity n elasticitate

elate v exaltar

elated adj exaltate

elated-with adj success transportate de successo

elbow n cubito (cu-)

  • n room spatio
  • v dar un colpo de cubito

elbow-forward v facer se largo a colpos de cubito

elbow-grease n oleo de cubito

elder (person) n senior

  • [Bib] n anciano
  • adj senior
  • ~ , elderberry (tree) n sambuco

elderberry, elder n sambuco

elderly adj de un certe etate

elders (the ancients) n ancianos

eldest adj le senior

  • adj primogenito

elect (1. to choose; 2. to elect by voting) v eliger [-lig-/-lect-]

  • (appointed) adj appunctate
  • (one of the) n electo
  • adj [Theol] electe

election (1. choice; 2. election by vote) n election

electioneering n propaganda electoral

elective (1. as in elective office; 2. having a power of choice) adj elective

electiveness n electivitate

elector, voter n elector

electoral adj electoral

electorate (1. rank of an elector of the Holy Roman Empire; 2. territory under the rule of an elector of the Holy Roman Empire) n electorato

electr-, electro- [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n electr-

electric eel, gymnotus [Zool] n gymnoto

  • ~ , electrical adj electric

electrical adj electric

electrician n electricista

electricity n electricitate

electrification (charging with electricity) n electrisation

  • (process of equipping for the use of electricity) n electrification

electrify (charge with electricity) v electrisar

  • (equip for the use of electricity) v electrificar

electrochemical adj electrochimic

electrochemist n electrochimista

electrochemistry n electrochimia (-ia)

electrocute v electrocutar

electrocution n electrocution

electrode n electrodo (-lec-)

electrodynamics n electrodynamica

electrolysis n electrolyse (-olise)

electrolyte n electrolyto (-o-)

electrolytic adj electrolytic

electrolyzation n electrolysation

electrolyze v electrolysar

electromagnet n electromagnete

electromagnetic adj electromagnetic

electromagnetism n electromagnetismo

electrometer n electrometro (-o-)

electrometric adj electrometric

electrometry n electrometria (-ia)

electromotor (machine that produces an electric current) n electromotor

electron [Phys] n electron

electronic adj electronic

electronics (science) n electronica

electroscope n electroscopio

electroscopic adj electroscopic

electroscopy n electroscopia (-ia)

electrostatic adj electrostatic

electrostatics n electrostatica

electrotherapeutics n electrotherapeutica (-peu-)

electrotherapy, electrotherapeutics n electrotherapia (-ia)

electrotype [Print] n electrotypo (-o)

electrotypy, electrotyping n electrotypia (-ia)

eleemosynary, charitable adj eleemosynari

elegance n elegantia

elegant adj elegante

  • ~ , ornate adj culte

elegiac (l. [Pros]; 2. mournful, melancholy) adj elegiac (-iac)

elegy n elegia (-ia)

element (1. an element in nature; 2. a component part) n elemento

  • (in one's ~) phr in su elemento

elemental adj elemental

elementary (1. pertaining to an element; 2. pertaining to the first principles of an art, a science) adj elementari

elephant n elephante

  • ~ shrew, Macroscelides [Zool] n macro-scelide (-sce-)

elephantiasis [Pathol] n elephantiasis (-iasis)

elephantine adj elephantin

elevate (1. to raise, lift up; 2. to raise in rank or station) v elevar

elevated, sublime, lofty adj excelse

elevation (1. act of elevating, raising; 2. high ground, raised place; 3. as in elevation of style; 4. [Astron]; 5. [Arith]) n elevation

elevator (one who or that which elevates) n elevator

  • ~ , lift n ascensor
  • ~ , lift n lift [A]

elevatory adj elevatori

eleven (numeral) n dece-un

  • adj dece-un
  • adj undece (un-)

eleventh (ordinal) adj dece-prime

  • (ordinal) n dece-primo

elf (- binaries) n elf

  • n elf [A]

Elias, Elijah [Bib] n Elia (-ia)

elicit v evocar

  • v obtener

elide v elider [-lid-/-lis-]

eligibility n eligibilitate

eligible (fit to be chosen or elected) adj eligibile

Elijah, Elias [Bib] (Heb. `eli-yahu, Jehovah is God) n Elia (-ia)

eliminate v eliminar

elimination n elimination

eliminator n eliminator

eliminatory adj eliminatori

Elisha (Heb. elisha', God is salvation) n Elisha

elision n elision

elite adj/n elite

  • n élite [F]

elixir n elixir

Elizabethan adj elisabethan

elk [Zool] n alce

ellipse [Math] n ellipse

ellipsis [Gram] n ellipse

ellipsoid [Geom] n ellipsoide

  • ~ , ellipsoidal adj ellipsoide

elliptic, elliptical (1. [Math]; 2. [Gram]) adj elliptic

elm (tree) n ulmo

  • ~ grove n ulmeto

elocution n elocution

elongate v elongar

elongation (1. act of elongating; 2. [Astron]; 3. [Med] partial dislocation of a joint due to violent stretching) n elongation

elope v fugir (con un amante)

elopement n fugita (con un amante)

eloquence n eloquentia

eloquent adj eloquente

El-Salvador [Geog] n El-Salvador

else (anyone ~) adj/pron un altere persona

  • (anything ~) adj/pron un altere cosa
  • (everyone ~) adj/pron tote le alteres
  • (everything ~) adj/pron tote le resto
  • (nobody ~) adj/pron necuno altere
  • (nothing ~) adj/pron nihil altere
  • (or ~) adv nam alteremente
  • (somebody ~) adj/pron qualcuno altere
  • (something ~) adj/pron qualcosa altere
  • (somewhere ~) adv alibi
  • (somewhere ~) adv in altere parte
  • (where -?) adv ubi ancora?
  • (who -?) phr qui ancora?
  • adv altere
  • adv alteremente

else-where adv alibi

  • adv alibi (al-)
  • adv alterubi (-erubi)
  • ~ -where adv in altere parte

elucidate v elucidar

elucidation n elucidation

elude (avoid or escape by dexterity) v eluder [-lud-/-lus-]

  • ~ , escape from v subtraher se

eludible, evadable adj eludibile

elusion n elusion

elusive adj elusive

Elysian adj elysie

Elysium n elysio

em quad [Print] n quadratino

emaciate adj emaciate (pp of emaciar)

  • v emaciar
  • ~ , weaken, extenuate v extenuar

emaciated adj emaciate

emaciation n emaciation

  • ~ , exhaustion n extenuation

e-mail n eposta

  • ~ -mail n posta digital
  • ~ -mail n posta electronic

emanate v emanar

  • v manar

emanation n emanation

emancipate (1. [Rom. Law]; 2. to release from slavery or restraint) v emancipar

emancipation (1. [Rom. Law]; 2. release from slavery or restraint) n emancipation

emancipator n emancipator

emasculate, castrate v emascular

emasculation n emasculation

embalm (embalm a dead body) v imbalsamar

embalmer n imbalsamator

embalming, embalmment (of dead bodies) n imbalsamamento

embank v incassar

embankment n dica

  • n incassamento

embarassed adj confuse

  • adj embarassate

embarassment n confusion

  • n embarasso

embargo n embargo [H]

embark (put on board ship) v imbarcar (se)

embarkation n imbarcation

  • ~ , embarkment n imbarcamento

embark-upon-an-enterprise v imbarcar se in un interprisa

embarrass (1. to encumber, hamper; 2. to make self-conscious) v embarassar

embarrassing adj embarassose

embarrassment n embarasso

embassy n ambassada

embed, fix in, house v incastrar

embellish (make beautiful) v imbellir

embellishment (1. act of embellishing; 2. adornment, ornament) n imbellimento

embers n brasa

embezzle v pecular

embezzlement n peculato

embezzler n peculator

embitter v amarisar

emblem n emblema [-ma/-mat-]

emblematic adj emblematic

embodiment n incorporation

embody v incarnar

embolden v inhardir

embolism [Pathol] n embolia (-ia)

emboss v gravar in relievo

embouchure (1. the shaping of lips, tongue, in producing a tone; 2. mouthpiece of a wind instrument) [Mus] n imbuccatura

embrace (1. to clasp in one's arms, hug; 2. to embrace a career, cause; 3. to comprise, include) v imbraciar

  • n imbraciamento
  • ~ , salute with an accolade v accollar

embroider (1. to ornament with embroidery; 2. to do emhroidery; 3. to add imaginary details to) v brodar

embroiderer n brodator

embroidery (1. action or art of embroidering; 2. embroidered material) n broderia (-ia)

embroil, entangle (throw into a state of confusion) v imbroliar

embroilment, entanglement n imbroliamento

embryo n embryon

embryogenesis n embryogenese (-ge-)

  • n embryogenesis (-ge-)

embryogenetic adj embryogenetic

embryogenic adj embryogenic

embryogeny n embryogenia (-ia)

embryological adj embryologic

embryologist n embryologo (-ologo)

embryology n embryologia (-ia)

embryonic adj embryonal

  • ~ , embryonal adj embryonal
  • ~ , embryonary adj embryonari

emend v emendar

emendation n emendation

emerald n esmeraldo

  • ~ , emerald-green adj esmeraldin
  • ~ , smaragd n smaragdo
  • ~ , smaragdine adj smaragdin

emerald-green adj/n esmeraldin

emerge v emerger [-merg-/-mers-]

emergence n emergentia

emergency (in case of ~) phr in caso de emergentia

  • (in case of ~) phr in caso de necessitate
  • (state of ~) phr stato de emergentia
  • (state of ~) phr stato de urgentia
  • n caso urgente
  • n emergentia

emergency-exit n exito de emergentia

  • ~ -exit n exito de succurso

emergent, emerging adj emergente (ppr of emerger)

emerging adj emergente

emerging-nation n nation emergente

emeritus adj emerite (-me-)

emersion n emersion

emery n smerilio

  • ~ paper n papiro-smerilio

emery-paper n papiro-smerilio

emetic [Med] adj emetic

  • [Med] n emetico
  • ~ , vomitory n vomitivo

emhryonic adj embryonic

emigrant n emigrante

  • ~ , emigre n emigrato

emigrate v emigrar

emigration (1. action of emigrating; 2. emigrants collectively) n emigration

eminence (1. rising ground, height; 2. distinction of character, abilities, attainments) n eminentia

eminent adj eminente

  • ~ , great adj magne
  • ~ , outstanding adj eminente

emissary (agent, envoy) n emissario

  • ~ , outlet, duct n emissario

emission n emission

emit v emitter [-mitt-/-miss-]

emitter n emissor

emmen- (menses) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n emmen-

emmenagogue [Med] n emmenagogo

  • ~ , emmenagogic [Med] adj emmenagoge

emollient adj emolliente

  • n emolliente

emolument n emolumento

emotion (agitation of the feelings) n emotion

emotional (pertaining to emotions) adj emotional

emotionally adv emotionalmente

emotive adj emotive

emotiveness, emotivity n emotivitate

empathy, Einfühlung n empathia (-ia)

emperor n imperator

emphasis n emphase (em-)

emphasize v accentuar

emphatic adj emphatic

empire (1. supreme authority; 2. country ruled by an emperor or empress) n imperio

empiric (one who follows an empirical method) n empirico

  • ~ , empirical adj empiric

empirical, empiric adj empiric

empirically adv empiricamente

empiricism (empirical method or practice) n empirismo

empiricist n empirista

emplace, put into position v implaciar

emplacement [Mil] n implaciamento

employ (1. to make use of; 2. to take or have in one's employ) v emplear

  • (use something) v usar
  • ~ again, reemploy v reemplear

employable adj empleabile

employed (be ~) v esser empleate

  • (having a job) adj empleate

employee [Fem] empleata

  • [Masc] empleato

employer n empleator

employment (1. employing; 2. occupation) n empleo (-eo)

  • n empleo

employment-agency n agentia de placiamento

  • ~ -agency n bureau de placiamento

employment-bureau n bureau de placiamento

empower v autorisar

empress n imperatrice

emptiness n vacuitate

  • n vacuo
  • ~ , vacuity n vacuitate

empty (uninhabited) adj disoccupate

  • (vacant) adj vacue
  • ~ , make empty v vacuar
  • ~ , vacate, evacuate v disoccupar

empty-handed adv a manos vacue

empty-stomached adj jejun

empyreal adj empyree

empyrean n empyreo

empyreuma n empyreuma [-ma/-mat-]

empyreumatic adj empyreumatic

emulate v emular

emulation n emulation

emulsifiable, emulsible adj emulsionabile

emulsifier, emulsor n emulsor

emulsify, emulsionize v emulsionar

emulsin [Chem] n emulsina

emulsion n emulsion

emulsive adj emulsive

emulsor, emulsifier n emulsor

enable adj render capace

  • ~ , entitle [Law] v habilitar

enact v decretar

enamel n émail [F]

  • n smalt
  • v émailliar (emalyar)
  • v smaltar

enamor v inamorar

enamored, in love adj inamorate (pp of inamorar)

encamp (place in a camp) v campar

encampment (1. camping; 2. camp) n campamento

encase v incassar

encasement, encasing n incassamento

encash (1. to convert into cash, cash; 2. to receive in cash, realize) v incassar

encashment n incassamento

encasing, encasement n incassamento

encephalitis, cerebritis n cerebritis (-itis)

enchain, chain up v incatenar

enchainment n incatenamento

enchant (1. to use magic on) v incantar

enchanter, sorcerer n incantator

enchanting n incantator

enchantment (1. magic spell; 2. delight) n incantamento

enchantress, sorceress n maga

encircle (surround with a circle) v incircular

enclitic [Gram] adj enclitic

  • n enclitico

enclose (1. to fence in; 2. as in to enclose a letter) v includer [-clud-/-clus-]

  • (a field) v clausurar
  • ~ in dough v impastar
  • ~ , include v inglobar

enclosed (as in the enclosed letter) adj incluse

enclosure (act of enclosing) n inclusura

  • (enclosed letter, check) n incluso
  • (enclosed space) (act of closing, ending); [Parl] (closure, cloture) n clausura
  • (enclosed space) n clauso

encompass, go round v circumferer

encore (Fr) interj encore

  • (once again) n bis
  • ~ !, still, yet adv ancora

encounter (fight) n combatto

  • (fight) v combatter
  • (meet) vt incontrar
  • (meeting) n incontro
  • vi incontrar se

encourage v incoragiar (-ja-)

encouragement n incoragiamento (-ja-)

encroach v intruder se

encrust (cover with a crust, hard coating, or ornamental layer) v incrustar

encumber, burden v gravar

  • ~ , obstruct, hamper v incombrar

encumberment n incombramento

encurtain [Fortif] v cortinar

encyclical (letter) [Eccl] n encyclica

  • adj encyclic

encyclopedia, -paedia n encyclopedia (-ia)

encyclopedic adj encyclopedic

Encyclopedism n encyclopedismo

  • n encyclopedismo

encyclopedist n encyclopedista

end (1. termination; 2. aim, purpose) n fin

  • (in the ~) phr al fin
  • (the - justifies the means) phr le fin justifica le medios
  • v finir

endanger v impericular

endear v render car

endeavor, attempt n tentativa

endeavour n effortio

  • vi effortiar se

endemic [Med] adj endemic

  • [Med] n endemia (-ia)

ending n conclusion

  • n fin
  • ~ , desinence [Gram] n desinentia

endive n endivia

endless adj incessante

endlessly adv sin fin

endo-, end- (within) [occurring in compounds] adv endo-

endocarditis [Path] n endocarditis (-itis)

endocardium [Anat] n endocardio

endocrine (gland) n endocrina

  • [Physiol] adj endocrin

endocrinologist n endocrinologo (-no-)

endocrinology n endocrinologia (-ia)

endogamous [Anthropol] adj endogame (-ogame)

endogenous adj endogene

endorse (support) v appoiar

  • [Com.] (a cheque) v indorsar
  • ~ , back (a bill of exchange) [Commer] v avalisar

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

  • ~ , indorsement [Commer] (of cheque) n indorsamento

endorser [Commer] n indorsator

  • ~ , backer (of a bill of exchange) [Commer] n avalista

endoskeleton [Zool] n endoskeleto (-ske-)

endosmosis n endosmose

endosmotic adj endosmotic

endosperm [Bot] n endosperma

endow v dotar

  • ~ with a title of rank, to title adj titular
  • ~ , subsidize v subventionar

endowment, dotation n dotation

endurable adj indurabile

endurance (beyond ~) adj intolerabile

  • n resistentia

endurance-test n proba de resistentia

endure (bear) vt indurar

  • vt supportar
  • ~ , last vi durar
  • ~ , last, be permanent v permaner
  • ~ , tolerate v tolerar

enduring, permanent, lasting adj permanente (ppr of permaner)

enema, injection, clyster n clyster

enemy (become an - of) v inimicar se con

  • (make an - of) v inimicar
  • n inimico (-ico)

energetic adj energic

energize v infunder energia a

  • v stimular

energy (in physics; pep) n energia (-ia)

  • (nuclear ~) n energia nucleari
  • (pep) n vigor
  • adj energic

enervate, enervated adj enervate (pp of enervar)

  • ~ , unnerve v enervar

enervated, enervate adj enervate (pp of enervar)

enervating adj enervante

enervation n enervation

enfeeble, debilitate, weaken v debilitar

enfeoff (give in vassalage) v infeudar

enfeoffment, infeudation n infeudation

enfilade [Mil] n infilada

enfold tightly, compress v stringer [string-/strict-]

  • v inveloppar

enforce v applicar

  • v exiger per fortia

enforceable adj capace de application

enforcement n application

  • n exaction per fortia

engage (attack) vt attaccar

  • (betroth) v fidantiar (se)
  • (gears) v/vi ingranar (se)
  • (get -ed to) v fidantiar se a
  • (hire) v ingagiar
  • (hire, employ) v ingagiar (-ja-)
  • (occupy) v occupar
  • (reserve) v reservar
  • ~ again (hire, employ, again) v reingagiar

engaged adj occupate

engagement (act of engaging or hiring) n ingagiamento (-ja-)

  • (betrothed) n fidantiamento
  • [Mil] combatto

engager (one who engages or employs) n ingagiator (-ja-)

engaging adj attractive

engender, beget v ingenerar

engenderment, begetting n ingeneramento

engine (mechanical contrivance, tool, instrument) n ingenio

  • [Rr] locomotiva
  • n motor

engine-driver (jet ~) n motor a jecto

  • ~ -driver n machinista

engineer (as in civil engineer; designer) n ingeniero

  • (mechanic) n mechanico
  • (mechanical ~) n ingeniero mechanic

engineering (electrical ~) n electrotechnica

  • (profession of engineering) n ingenieria (-ia)

engineman n machinista

engine-trouble n panna del motor

England n Anglaterra

English (English language) n anglese

  • (the - channel) n le Manica
  • adj anglese

Englishman, Englishwoman n anglese

engorge v ingorgar

engorgement n ingorgamento

engrave v gravar

  • ~ , chase v cisellar

engraver n gravator

engraving n gravure

  • ~ , gravure (1. art of engraving; 2. print made from an engraved plate) n gravure [F]

engross v absorber

engrossed (be - in) v absorber se in

  • adj absorbite
  • adj preoccupate
  • ~ , preoccupied, absorbed adj preoccupate (pp of preoccupar)

engulf, swallow up v inglutir

engulfment adj ingloriose

enhance v augmentar

  • v intensificar

enharmonic [Mus] adj enharmonic

enigma n enigma [-ma/-mat-]

enigmatic adj enigmatic

enigmatize v enigmatisar

enjoin (command, direct with authority) v injunger [-jung-/-junct-]

enjoy (have use of) v fruer (de) [fru-/fruct-]

  • (relish) v gauder (de)
  • ~ the usufruct (enjoy the use of) [Law] v usufruer [-fru-/-fruct-]

enjoyable (pleasant) adj agradabile

  • (tasty) adj saporose

enjoyment (relish) n gaudimento

  • (relish) n placer
  • ~ , fruition (possession) n fruition

enjoy-oneself v diverter se

enlarge (make larger) v ampliar

  • ~ , make greater v aggrandir

enlargement n aggrandimento

  • ~ , enlarging n ampliation

enlarger n aggranditor

  • n amplificator

enlarging, enlargement n ampliation

enlighten v illuminar

enlightened, illuminate adj illuminate (pp of illuminar)

enlightenment n illumination

enlist (enroll someone for military service) [Mil] v inrolar (se)

enlistment, enrollment [Mil] n inrolamento

enliven, quicken, revive v reavivar

en-masse adv in massa

enmesh v immaliar

enmity n inimicitate

ennoble (1. to give the rank of nobleman to; 2. to elevate in excellence or worth) v innobilir

ennoblement (1. act of giving the rank of nobleman to; 2 . act of elevating in excellence or worth) n innobilimento

ennui, boredom n enoio (-no-)

enormity n enormitate

enormous adj enorme

enormousness n enormitate

enough (be ~) v bastar

  • adj bastante
  • adv assatis (-sa-)
  • adv assatis de
  • adv bastante
  • adv satis (sa-)
  • adv satis de
  • ~ interj basta!
  • ~ time adv satis de tempore
  • ~ , sufficiency n bastantia

enquire vt demandar

  • ~ , inquire (make inquiries) vi inquirer [-quir-/-quest-/-quisit-]

enquirer, inquirer n inquiritor

enquiry n inquesta

enquiry-office n bureau de informationes

enrage v inragiar (-ja-)

  • ~ , anger v incholerisar

enragement inrabiar n inrabiamento

  • n inragiamento (-ja-)

enrapture, entrance v ecstasiar

enrich (make rich with material, mental or spiritual wealth) v inricchir

enrichment n inricchimento

enrol (mil) v inrolar (se)

  • (register) v inscriber (se)

enroll, conscript v conscriber [-scrib-/-script-]

enrollment, enlistment [Mil] n inrolamento

enrolment (registering) n inscription

en-route adv in route

ens [Philos] n ente

ensemble (1. group of musicians playing together; 2. complete, harmonious costume) n ensemble [F]

ensign (1. badge or emblem of office or dignity; 2. standard, banner) n insignia

enslave v reducer in sclavitude

  • v subjugar

ensnare v trappar

ensue v resultar

  • v sequer

ensure v assecurar

entablature n intabulatura

  • ~ , entablement [Arch] n intabulamento

entablement, entablature [Arch] n intabulamento

entail v necessitar

entangle v intricar

  • ~ , confuse, intricate v intricar
  • ~ , embroil (throw into a state of confusion) v imbroliar

entangled, cumbersome adj embarassose

entanglement, embroilment n imbroliamento

entelechy [Philos] n entelechia (-ia)

entente n cordial

  • n entente [F]
  • n entente cordial

enter (go or come in) vi entrar

  • ~ the subscription (to a periodical, etc.) of (a person) v abonar
  • ~ upon, attain v adir
  • ~ , inscribe (in a list) vt inscriber [-scrib-/-script-]

enteral (intestinal) adj enteric

enteralgia [Pathol] n enteralgia (-ia)

enteric [Anat] (intestinal) adj enteric

entering upon (an inheritance) Law] n adition

enteritis [Pathol] n enteritis (-itis)

enterocolitis [Pathol] n enterocolitis (-itis)

enterology (science or study of the intestines) n enterologia (-ia)

enteron, alimentary canal [Anat/Zool] n enteron (en-)

enterotome [Surg] n enterotomo (-ro)

enterotomy [Surg] n enterotomia (-ia)

enterprise, undertaking n interprisa

enterprising adj interprendente

entertain (amuse) v diverter

  • (consider) v considerar
  • (divert, amuse) v intertener
  • ~ , amuse v amusar
  • ~ , regale (wine and dine; host) v regalar

entertaining (amusing) adj divertente

entertainment (diversion, amusement) n intertenimento

  • (hospitality) n hospitalitate

enthral v captivar

enthrone v inthronar

enthronement n inthronamento

enthuse v enthusiasmar

enthusiasm n enthusiasmo

enthusiast n enthusiasta

enthusiastic, enthusiastical adj enthusiastic

entice v escar

enticement n attraction

  • n seduction

entire (the - day) phr tote le

  • (the - day) phr tote le (die)
  • ~ , whole adj integre (in-)

entirely adv in toto

entitle (as in to entitle a book) v intitular

  • v titular
  • ~ , enable [Law] v habilitar

entitling (as in entitling a book) (act of) n intitulation

entity n entitate

ento-, ent- (within, inside) [occurring in compounds] adv ento-

entomo- (insect) [occurring in compounds] n entomo-

entomological adj entomologic

entomologist n entomologista

  • n entomologo (-mo-)

entomology n entomologia (-ia)

entourage n suite, entourage

entozoon n entozoon (-zo-) (pl entozoa)

entr'acte (1. intermission; 2.dance, piece of music) n interacto

acte (dance, piece of music, performed between the acts of a play) n intermedio

acte (Fr) n interacto

entrails n entranias, visceras

entrance n ingresso

  • n ostio
  • v ecstasiar
  • ~ , enrapture v ecstasiar
  • ~ , entry (1. act of entering; 2. door, passage, hall through which one enters) n entrata
  • ~ , ingress n ingresso

entrant adj concurrente

entreat v implorar

  • ~ , beseech, conjure v conjurar
  • ~ , supplicate v supplicar

entreaty (solemn) n conjuration

  • ~ , imploration n imploration
  • ~ , prayer, request n prece
  • ~ , supplication n supplication

entree [Cooking] n entrée [F]

entrepreneur, undertaker (one who undertakes something) n interprenditor

entresol, mezzanine n entresol [F]

entrust v cargar

  • v fider
  • ~ , charge, burden v incargar

entry (in dictionary) n articulo

  • (in register) n inscription
  • [Bookkeeping] n partita
  • ~ , entrance (1. act of entering; 2. door, passage, hall through which one enters) n entrata

entwine v intricar

enucleate (1. to shell, husk, pod; 2. [Biol]; 3. [Surg]) v enuclear

enucleation n enucleation

enumerate v enumerar

enumeration n enumeration

enumerative adj enumerative

enumerator n enumerator

enunciate (set forth) v enunciar

enunciation (statement) n enunciation

enunciative adj enunciative

envelop v inveloppar

  • ~ , wrap (up) v involver [-volv-/-volut-]
  • ~ , wrap up v inveloppar

envelope n inveloppe

  • ~ , jacket, cover n camisa

envelopment n inveloppamento

enviable adj invidiabile

envious adj invide (in-)

  • adj invidiose

environment n ambiente

  • ~ , milieu n milieu [F]

envisage v contemplar

envoy (1. messenger, representative; 2. [Dipl]) n inviato

  • n emissario
  • n legato

envy (1. to covet; 2. to be envious of) v invidiar

  • (feeling of envy) n invidia

enzyme n enzyma

eo- (dawn) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n eo-

eoan (1. dawn; 2. oriental) adj eoe (-o-)

Eoanthropus, Piltdown man [Paleontol] n eoanthropo (-tro-)

Eocene [Geol] n eoceno

  • adj eocen [Geol]

Eohippus [Paleontol] n eohippo

eolith [Archeol] n eolitho (-o-)

eolithic [Archeol] adj eolithic

Eos [Gr. Mythol] n Eos

eosin [Chem] n eosina

eosinophile [Biol] n eosinophilo (-no-)

  • ~ , eosinophilic, eosinophilous [Biol] adj eosinophile (-no-)

eosinophilia [Pathol] n eosinophilia (-ia)

Eozoic [Geol] adj eozoic (-zo-)

eozoon [Geol] n eozoon (-zo-)

epaulet, epaulette n epaulette [F]

Ephedra [Bot] n ephedra

ephedrine [Pharm] n ephedrina

ephemeral adj ephemere

ephemeris [Astron] n ephemeride (-me-)

ephemeron, ephemerid [Zool] n ephemero (-fe-)

epic, epic poem n epoeia (-peya)

  • ~ , epic poem n epos (e-)
  • ~ , epical adj epic

epicene [Gram] adj epicen

epicentre n epicentro

epicure, epicurean n epicureo (-eo)

  • ~ , gourmand n gourmand [F]

Epicurean adj epicuree (-ee)

  • n epicureo (-eo)

Epicureanism [Philos] n epicureismo (-izmo)

  • [Philos] n epicurismo

epicurism n epicureismo (-izmo)

  • n epicurismo

Epicurus [Gr. Philos] n Epicuro

epidemic n epidemia (-ia)

  • ~ , epidemical adj epidemic

epidermis [Anat/Bot] n epidermis (-der-)

epigeous (growing upon the ground) [Bot] adj epigee (-ge-)

epiglottis [Anat] n epiglottis (-glo-)

epigone (one of a succeeding and less distinguished generation) n epigono (-pi-)

epigram n epigramma [-ma/-mat-]

epigrammatic adj epigrammatic

epilepsy n epilepsia (-ia)

epileptic (having to do with epilepsy) adj epileptic

  • n epileptico

epilog (-gue) n epilogo

epilogize v opilogar

epilogue n epilogo (-pi-)

-epiped (plane surface) [occurring in compounds] n -epipedo (-i-)

epiphyte [Bot] n epiphyto (-iphyto)

episcopal adj episcopal

Episcopalian [Theol] n episcopal

episcopate (1. office, territory, tenure of a bishop; 2. body of bishops) n episcopato

episode n episodio

episodic, episodical adj episodic

epispastic [Med] adj epispastic

Epistle [Eccl] n epistola (-pis-)

  • ~ , letter n epistola (-pis-)

epistolary adj epistolari

epistolographer n epistolographo (-lo-)

epistolographic adj epistolographic

epistolography n epistolographia (-ia)

epitaph n epitaphio

epithet [Gram] n epitheto (-iteto)

epithetic adj epithetic

epitome n epitome

epitomize v abbreviar

  • v epitomar
  • v resumer

epizoon [Zool] n epizoon (-zo-) (pl epizoa)

epoch n epocha (e-)

epochal adj epochal

epode n epodo

eponym, eponymus n eponymo (-o-)

eponymous adj eponyme (-o-)

eponymy n eponymia (-ia)

epsom (- salts) n sulfato de magnesia

equability, evenness n equalitate

equable adj equabile

  • ~ , even adj equal

equal (be equal to) v equalar

  • (consider oneself - to) phr equalar se a
  • (one and one - two) phr un e un equala duo
  • ~ adj/n equal
  • ~ adj/n par

equality n equalitate

  • ~ of weight, equiponderance n equiponderantia
  • ~ , parity n paritate

equalize v adequar

  • v equalar
  • v equalisar

equalizer, equaller n equalator

equaller, equalizer n equalator

equally adv equalmente

equals v es

  • v es equal a

equal-to phr al altitude de

  • ~ -to phr equal a

equanimity n equanimitate

equate v equar

equation (1. [Math]; 2. [Astron]) n equation

equator n equator

equatorial adj equatorial

Equatorial-Guinea [Geog] n Guinea Equatorial

eques [Rom. Hist] n equite (e-)

equestrian adj equestre

equidifferent adj equidifferente

equidistance n equidistantia

equidistant adj equidistante

equilateral, of equal sides adj equilateral

  • ~ , of equal sides adj equilatere

equilaterally adv equilateralmente

equilibrist n equilibrista

equilibristic adj equilibristic

equilibrium, balance n equilibrio

equine adj equin

equinoctial (pertaining to either equinox) adj equinoctial

equinox n equinoctio

equip v armar

  • v equipar

equipage, carriage (with or without horses) n equipage (-aje)

equipment (1. action of equipping; 2. outfit) n equipamento

  • (field) [Mil] n equipage (-aje)

equiponderance, equality of weight n equiponderantia

equiponderant, of equal weight adj equiponderante

equiponderate, counterbalance v equiponderar

equitable adj eque

equitation n equitation

equity, fairness n equitate

equivalence n equivalentia

equivalent adj equivalente (ppr of equivaler)

  • n equivalente

equivocal (1. ambiguous; 2. questionable, suspicious) adj equivoc

equivocate v equivocar

equivocation n equivocation

era n era

eradicable, extirpable adj extirpabile

eradicate v eradicar

eradication n eradication

eradicative adj eradicative

eradicator n eradicator

erase v rader

eraser n eradicator

erasing, scraping, scratching n radimento

erasure n rasura

erect (build, set up) v eriger [-rig-/-rect-]

  • adj erecte

erectile adj erectile

erectility n erectilitate

erection (of a building, statue;) n erection

  • n construction
  • ~ , building (action of building) n edification

erector (1. as in erector of a cathedral, a kingdom; 2. [Anat]) n erector

erg [Phys] n erg

Erica n erica

ermine (ermine fur; the animal ermine) n armenio

erode v eroder [-rod-/-ros-]

Eros n Eros (e-)

erosion n erosion

erosive adj erosive

erotic adj erotic

eroticism n eroticismo

erotism [Psychiatry] n erotismo

erotomania [Pathol] n erotomania (-ia)

err v errar

errand (go on an ~) v facer un commission

  • n commission

errant (traveling in quest of adventure) adj errante

erratic adj erratic

erratum n erratum (pl errata) ¬NL

erroneous adj erronee

  • adj mendose

error n error

  • ~ , fault n menda

ersatz (Ger) adj/n ersatz

  • (Ger) adj/n substituto
  • (Ger) adj/n synthetic

erst (first) adj prime

  • (formerly) adv previemente
  • (formerly) adv primarimente

erst-while (former) adj previe

  • ~ -while (former) adj primari
  • ~ -while (formerly) adv previemente
  • ~ -while (formerly) adv primarimente

ertity n entitate

erubescence n erubescentia

erubescent adj erubescente (ppr of erubescer)

eruct vt/vi eructar

eructation (belching) n eructation

erudite adj culte

  • adj erudite

erudition n erudition

erupt vi erumper

  • ~ , break out, burst forth v erumper [-rump-/-rupt-]

eruption n eruption

eruptive adj eruptive

eruptivity n eruptivitate

erysipelas [Pathol] n erysipela (-si-)

escalade [Mil] n scalada

escalate vi crescer

  • vi intensificar se
  • vt augmentar
  • vt intensificar

escalation n augmentation

  • n intensification

escalator n scala mobile

escapade (prankish adventure) n escappada

escape (act of escaping) n escappamento

  • (act of escaping) n escappata
  • (get away, out, as by flight, through a leak) v escappar
  • ~ , get away v evader [-vad-/-vas-]
  • ~ , getaway n evasion

escapement [Clockmaking] n escappamento

escapism n regression

escarp [Mil] v scarpar

  • ~ , scarp [Mil] n scarpa

escarpment [Mil] n scarpamento

eschato- (last) [occurring in compounds] adj eschat-

eschatological adj eschatologic

eschatologist n eschatologo (-to-)

eschatology n eschatologia (-ia)

eschew v evitar

escort (1. [Army, Navy]; 2. person or persons accompanying another for protection or as a matter of politeness) n escorta

  • v escortar

escudo [Monet] n escudo [P]

escutcheon, coat of arms n scuto

Eskimo n eschimo (es-)

eso- (within, inside) [occurring in compounds] adv eso-

esophageal, oesophageal adj esophagee (-ee)

esophagus, oesophagus [Anat] n esophago (-so-)

esoter- (inner) [occurring in derivatives] adj esoter-

esoteric adj esoteric

esoterism, esotericism n esoterismo

espalier, trellis n spalier

especial, special adj special

especially adv specialmente

  • adv super toto
  • ~ , particularly, chiefly adv presertim (-ser-)
  • ~ , principally adv maxime (max-)

Esperantism n esperantismo

Esperantist [Interling] n esperantista

Esperanto [Interling] (IAL) n esperanto [Esp]

espionage, spying n spionage (-aje)

esplanade n esplanada

espouse (a cause) v sponsar

  • (a cause) v sposar

esprit (- de corps) n spirito de corpore

espy v perciper

essay (literary essay) n essayo (-sa-)

  • v essayar
  • ~ , attempt n essayo (-sa-)

essayist n essayista

essence (1. absolute being; 2. intrinsic nature; 3. extract obtained by distillation) n essentia

essential (it is - that) phr il importa que

  • adj essential

essentiality n essentialitate

essentially adv essentialmente

establish (1. to make firm or stable; 2. to found, set up; 3. as in to establish someone in business) v stabilir

  • (1. to make firm or stable; 2. to found, set up; 3. as in to establish someone in business) v establir
  • (as a fact) v constatar
  • ~ , confirm, sanction v sancir [sanc-/sanct-]
  • ~ , set up (a new order, method) v instaurar
  • ~ , set up v eriger [-rig-/-rect-]

established (as in established fact) adj constante

  • ~ price, rate n taxa

establisher n establitor

  • n stabilitor
  • ~ , founder (of an institution) n instaurator

establishment (1. act of establishing, founding, or setting up; 2. institution, organization, business) n stabilimento

  • (1. act of establishing, founding, or setting up; 2. institution, organization, business) n establimento
  • (of a government) n instauration
  • ~ , foundation (of an office)) n erection

estafette, staffette n staffetta

estate (after death) n succession

  • (property) n proprietate
  • [Pol] n stato
  • ~ , property n terra

estate-agency n agentia immobiliari

esteem n estima

  • v estimar
  • ~ , hold in esteem v estimar
  • ~ , think highly of v considerar

esteemed adj considerate pp of considerar

esteems highly, one who appreciates n appreciator

esthesia n esthesia (-ia)

esthesiology n esthesiologia (-ia)

esthesiometer n esthesiometro (-o-)

esthesioneurosis n esthesioneurosis (-osis)

esthete, aesthete n estheta

esthetic, aesthetic adj esthetic

esthetics (aesthetics) n esthetica

estimable adj estimabile

estimate (calculate approximately) v estimar

  • v evalutar

estimation (1. act of estimating; 2. esteem) n estimation

  • n evalutation

estivage n stivage (-aje)

estival, summer adj estive

Estonia [Geog] n Estonia

Estonian adj estonian

  • n estoniano

estrade, dais, platform n estrade [F]

estrange v alienar

  • ~ , alienate v estraniar

estrangement n alienation

  • ~ , alienation n estraniamento

estuary n estuario

et cetera (etc) e plus altre

  • ~ cetera (etc) et cetera

etch v gravar

  • v gravar al aqua forte

etching n aqua forte

  • n gravatura

eternal adj eternal

  • adj eterne
  • ~ , sempiternal, everlasting adj sempiterne

eternally adv eternalmente

eternity n eternitate

eternize (1. to make eternal) v eternisar

ethane [Chem] n ethano

ether (1. upper air, clear sky; 2. [Phys]; 3. [Chem]) n ethere

ethereal adj etheree

etherification n etherification

etherify v etherificar

etherization n etherisation

etherize (1. to mix or compound with ether; 2. to anesthetize with ether) v etherisar

ethical (treating of moral questions or of moral science) adj ethic

ethically adv ethicamente

ethicist, moralist n ethico

ethics (the science of morals) n ethica

Ethiopia [Geog] n Ethiopia

Ethiopian adj/n ethiope

Ethiopic adj ethiopic

ethnic (1. [Ch. Hist] pagan; 2. ethnological) adj ethnic

ethnogeny n ethnogenia (-ia)

ethnographer n ethnographo (-no-)

ethnographic adj ethnographic

ethnography n ethnographia (-ia)

ethnological adj ethnologic

ethnologist n ethnologista

  • n ethnologo (-no-)

ethnology n ethnologia (-ia)

ethnopsychology n ethnopsychologia (-ia)

ethology [Sociol] n ethologia (-ia)

ethopoeia [Rhet] n ethopeia (-peya)

ethos [Philos/Rhet] n ethos (e-)

ethyl [Chem] n ethylo

ethylamine [Chem] n ethylamino

ethylene [Chem] n ethyleno

ethylic [Chem] adj ethylic

etiquette n etiquetta (-ke-)

Etna, Aetna n Etna

Etruria n Etruria

Etruscan (1. native of Etruria; 2. Etruscan language) n etrusco

  • adj etrusc
  • ~ , Tyrrhenian n tyrrheno

etymologic, etymological adj etymologic

etymologist n etymologista

  • n etymologo (-mo-)

etymologize v etymologisar

etymology (1. origin or derivation of a word; 2. branch of philology concerned with etymologies) n etymologia (-ia)

etymon n etymo (e-)

Eucharist [Eccl] n eucharistia (-ia)

Eucharistic adj eucharistic

Euclid [circa 300 B.C/Greek geometrician] n Euclide

Euclidean adj euclidian

eudaemonia n eudemonia (-ia)

eudaemonism n eudemonismo

eugenic adj eugenic

eugenics n eugenica

eulogist n elogista

eulogistic adj elogiose

  • adj elogistic

eulogize v elogisar

eulogy n elogio

eunuch n eunucho

euphemious, euphemous [occurring in derivatives] adj eupheme-

euphemism [Rhet] n euphemismo

  • n euphemia (-ia)

euphemistic adj euphemic

  • adj euphemistic

euphonic, euphonious adj euphonic

euphonious, euphonic adj euphone

euphony n euphonia (-ia)

euphoria n euphoria

Euphrates n Euphrate

Eurasia n Eurasia

Eurasiatic, Eurasian adj eurasiatic

eurhythmic adj eurhythmic

eurhythmy n eurhythmia (-ia)

Europa [Mythol/Geog] n Europa

European adj europee (-pee)

  • ~ Economic Community n communitate economic europee
  • n europeo (-peo)

Europeanize v europeisar

europium [Chem] n europium (-ro-)

euthanasia n euthanasia

evacuant, evacuative [Med] adj evacuative

evacuate v evacuar

  • ~ , empty, vacate v disoccupar

evacuation n evacuation

evadable, eludible adj eludibile

evade (practice evasion) v evader [-vad-/-vas-]

  • v eluder

evaginate v evaginar

evagination n evagination

evaluate v evalutar

evaluation n evalutation

evanescence n evanescentia

evanescent, vanishing adj evanescente (ppr of evanescer)

evangelic, evangelical (1. of the Gospels; 2. as in evangelical denomination) adj evangelic

evangelical adj evangelic

evangelism n evangelismo

Evangelist n evangelista

  • ~ , evangel n evangelo (-ang-)

evangelization n evangelisation

evangelize v evangelisar

evangelizer n evangelisator

evaporable, vaporizable adj evaporabile

evaporate (1. to vaporize; 2. to be vaporized) v evaporar

evaporating (as in evaporating process, apparatus) adj evaporatori

evaporation n evaporation

  • ~ , vaporization n vaporisation

evaporative adj evaporative

evasion n evasion

evasive adj evasive

eve (evening) n vespere

  • (festival) n vigilia

evection [Astron] n evection

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

  • (notwithstanding) adv etiam
  • (notwithstanding) adv mesmo
  • (smooth) adj regular
  • [Arith] (not odd) adj par
  • adv mesmo
  • v i/vt equalisar
  • ~ , equable (equal) adj equal
  • ~ , homaloidal, flat [Math] adj homaloide
  • ~ , smooth adj unite (pp of unir)
  • ~ , truly, really, indeed adv vere
  • ~ , truly, really, indeed adv vero

eveness n equalitate

  • n regularitate

even-handed adj impartial

even-if prep in despecto de

  • ~ -if prep malgrado

evening (in the ~) phr le vespere

  • n vespera (ves-)
  • n vespere

evening-dress n habito de ceremonia

evenly adv equalmente

  • adv regularmente

evenness, equability n equalitate

event (occurrence of some importance) n evento

even-tempered adj equanime (equa-)

eventful adj memorabile

  • adj plen de evenimentos

eventual adj eventual

  • adj final

eventuality n eventualitate

eventually adv eventualmente

  • adv finalmente

eventuate vi eventuar

  • vi resultar

even-yet conj etiam

ever (always) adv sempre

  • (for ~) phr sempre
  • ~ , at any time adv jammais (-mais)
  • ~ , at any time adv unquam (unquam)

everential, ceremonious (over) adj reverentiose

Everest (Mount ~) n Everest

ever-green adj/n semperverde

  • ~ semperverde adj semperverde

everlasting, eternal, sempiternal adj sempiterne

ever-more adv per sempre

eversion (act of everting) n eversion

evert, turn inside out v everter [-vert-/-vers-]

every adj/pron omne

  • ~ adj/pron tote
  • ~ now and then phr de tempore in tempore
  • ~ , each adj omne
  • ~ , each adj tote

everybody pron omne persona

  • ~ pron tote le mundo
  • ~ pron totos

everyday (all days) adj omne die

  • (daily) adj quotidian

everyone pron tote le mundo

  • ~ pron totos

everything pron toto

  • ~ , all n toto

everywhere adv ubique

evict (1. recover by legal process; 2. to dispossess) [Law] v evincer [-vinc-/-vict-]

eviction (1. recovery by legal process; 2. dispossession) [Law] n eviction

evidence (circumstantial ~) n indicios

  • (quality or condition of being evident) n evidentia

evident adj evidente

evidently adv evidentemente

evil deed, mischief n maleficio

  • ~ eye, spell, hex n fascino (fa-)
  • ~ spirit, demon n demonio
  • ~ , bad adj/n mal

evil-doing, maleficent adj maleficente

evil-spirit n spirito maligne

evitable adj evitabile

evocable adj evocabile

evocation n evocation

evocative adj evocatori

evocatory adj evocatori

evoke, call forth v evocar

evolute [Mil/Naut] v evolver [-volv-/-volut-]

evolution (1. development; 2. [Biol]; 3. [Mil/naut]) n evolution

evolutionism n evolutionismo

evolutionist n evolutionista

evolutive adj evolutive

evolve, develop (1. to undergo an evolution or development; 2 . to cause to evolve or develop) v evolver [-volv-/-volut-]

evulse, tear out, pull out v eveller [-vell-/-vuls-]

evulsion n evulsion

ewe n ove

ex- (without, outside, exo-) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] adv exo-

  • ~ libris, bookplate n ex-libris

exacerbate (increase the smart or bitterness of) v exacerbar

exacerbation (state of being exacerbated) n exacerbation

exact v exiger [-ig-/-act-]

  • ~ , accurate adj exacte
  • ~ , accurate adj juste
  • ~ , demand, claim v peter
  • ~ , punctilious adj punctual

exacting, exigent adj exigente

exaction (action of exacting) n exaction

exactitude n exactitudine

  • ~ , accuracy n exactitude

exactly, just adv justo

exactness, accuracy n justessa

  • ~ , punctiliousness n punctualitate

exaggerate v exaggerar

exaggeration n exaggeration

exaggerative adj exaggerative

exaggerator n exaggerator

exalt (1. to raise in rank, honor, power; 2. to extol) v exaltar

  • ~ , extol, magnify v magnificar

exaltation (1. act of raising to a superior rank or position; 2. act of praising, extoling; 3. overexcitement, rapture) n exaltation

  • (act of exalting or extolling) n magnification

exalted adj elevate

examinable adj examinabile

examination (1. investigation; 2. test) n examine

  • ~ , test n test [A]

examine (check) v controlar

  • (investigate, test) v examinar
  • ~ carefully, scruitinize closely v perscrutar
  • ~ carefully, verify, check v respicer [-spic-/-spect-]
  • ~ cursorily, look over v percurrer [-curr-/-curs-]
  • ~ , check, go through (documents, books) v compulsar
  • ~ , interrogate v interrogar
  • ~ , look at v perspicer [-spic-/-spect-]
  • ~ , scan, scrutinize v scrutar

examiner (tester) n examinator

  • n examinante
  • ~ , inspector (person who checks or verifies) n controlator

example (1. sample, specimen; 2. model, pattern; 3. instance serving to illustrate a rule or precept) n exemplo

  • (for ~) phr per exemplo
  • (make an - of) v facer un exemplo de
  • (set an ~) v dar un exemplo

exarch (1. Rom. Hist]; 2. Gr. Orth. Ch]) n exarcho

  • ~ - [occurring in derivatives] v exarch-

exarchate n exarchato

exasperate v exasperar

exasperation n exasperation

excavate (hollow out, dig) v excavar

excavation (action or result of hollowing out) n excavation

excavator (1. one who excavates; 2. machine for digging out earth) n excavator

exceed v exceder [-ced-/-cess-]

  • ~ , surpass, excel v superar
  • ~ , transcend v transcender

exceeding adj multe

exceedingly adv multo

  • ~ , much adv plurimo (plu-)
  • ~ , very adv maxime (max-)
  • ~ , very much adv valde

excel (abounding in, distinguished) v exceller [-cell-/-cels-]

  • ~ , exceed, surpass v superar

excellence, excellency n excellentia

excellency (your ~) n vostre dies

  • n excellentia

excellent adj excellente (ppr of exceller)

except (all - him) prep totos minus ille

  • (leave out, take out) v exceptar
  • adv for
  • adv foras (for-), foris (for-)
  • adv foris (for-), foras (for-)
  • ~ conj a minus que
  • prep preter
  • ~ , excepting adv preter (pre-)
  • ~ , excepting prep excepte
  • ~ , unless it be adv non

excepting conj excepte

  • ~ conj preter
  • ~ , except adv extra

exception (with the - of) n excepte

  • n exception

exceptionable, challengeable [Law] adj recusabile

exceptional adj exceptional

exceptionally adv exceptionalmente

excerpt n extracto

excess (1. fact of exceeding in amount or degree; 2. amount by which one thing exceeds another; 3. as in to commit excesses) n excesso

  • ~ , extreme n ultrantia

excess-fare (carry to ~) v ultrar

  • ~ -fare n supplemento

excess-fat n grassia de excesso

excessive adj excessive

  • adj exorbitante

excessiveness n exorbitantia

exchange (1. as in foreign or domestic exchange; 2. rate of exchange) [Fin] n cambio

  • (action of exchanging) n excambio
  • (bill ~) n littera de cambio
  • (rate of ~) n curso de cambio
  • (stock ~) n bursa
  • (swap) n excambio
  • (telephone ~) n central telephonic
  • ~ business, stockbroking, agiotage n agiotage (ajotaje)
  • ~ premium, agio [Commer] n agio (ajo)
  • v excambiar
  • ~ , interchange n permutation
  • ~ , interchange v intercambiar
  • ~ , interchange, permute v permutar

exchangeable adj excambiabile

exchanger n excambiator

exchequer n tresoreria

  • ~ , treasury, fisc n fisco

excide, cut out, cut off v excider [-cid-/-cis-]

excipient [Pharm] n excipiente

excise [Surg] v excisar

  • n accisia
  • n imposto de consumo

excision [Surg] n excision

  • ~ of the tongue, glossotomy [Med] n glossotomia (-ia)

excitability n excitabilitate

excitable adj excitabile

excitant, stimulant n excitante

excitation (1. action of exciting; 2. [Elec]) n excitation

  • (action of exciting) n excitamento

excite (incite to) v incitar

  • (stimulate) v excitar

excited (easily ~) adj inflammabile

  • (grow ~) v exaltar se
  • adj agitate

excitement (state of being excited) n excitation

  • n agitation
  • n excitamento

exciter n excitator

exciting, stimulating adj excitative

exclaim v exclamar

  • ~ , cry out v clamar

exclamation mark n puncto de exclamation

  • n exclamation

exclamatory adj exclamative

exclude v excluder [-clud-/-clus-]

excluding conj al exclusion de

exclusion n exclusion

exclusive (1. as in exclusive right, exclusive terms; 2 . as in an exclusive club) adj exclusive

  • ~ property n peculio

exclusively adv exclusivemente

exclusiveness (of rights, terms) n exclusivitate

  • ~ , exclusivism n exclusivismo

exclusivist n exclusivista

excogitate, think out v excogitar

excogitation, devising, contrivance n excogitation

excommunicate v excommunicar

excommunication n excommunication

ex-communist, former communist n ex-communista

excoriate, bark, graze v excoriar

excoriation (abrasion of the skin) n excoriation

excrement n excremento

  • n fece

excremental adj excremental

  • adj excrementose

excrementitious adj excrementicie

excrescence (abnormal or disfiguring outgrowth) n excrescentia

excrete v excretar

excretion n excretion

excretory adj excretori

excruciating adj cruciante

exculpate, free from blame v disculpar

excursion (1. pleasure trip; 2. digression) n excursion

  • ~ , tour, trip n tour [F]

excursionist n excursionista

excusable adj excusabile

excuse (clear of blame) v excusar

  • ~ me! interj pardono!
  • n excusa
  • v excusar
  • ~ , excusing n excusation

excusing, excuse n excusation

execrable adj execrabile

execrate (1. to imprecate evil upon; 2. to abhor, detest) v execrar

execration (1. imprecation, malediction; 2. abhorrence, detestation) n execration

execrator n execrator

execratory adj execratori

executable, practicable adj executabile

execute (1. to carry out; 2. to put to death according to law) v executar

  • ~ , carry out v exequer [-equ-/-ecut-]
  • ~ , put to death v suppliciar

executed person n suppliciato

execution (1. act of carrying out; 2. act of putting to death according to law) n execution

executioner n carnefice

  • ~ , hangman n carnifice (-ni-)

executive adj executive

  • n dirigente

executor (one who carries out) n executor

executory (as in executory decree, law) adj executori

exegesis n exegese

exegetic adj exegetic

exegetics n exegetica

exegetist n exegeta

exellent, fine adj brave

exemplary (1. being a good model or pattern) adj exemplar

  • adj exemplari

exemplification (act of showing by example) n exemplification

exemplify (show by example) v exemplificar

exempt adj exempte

  • adj immun
  • v exemptar
  • v eximer [-im-/-empt-]

exemption n exemption

  • ~ , dispensation n dispensa

exercise (1. as in the exercise of virtues; 2. as in an exercise in grammar) n exercitio

  • ~ foresight v prospicer [-spic-/-spect-]
  • ~ in vocalization, vocalizing [Mus] n vocaliso
  • ~ , drill, train v exercitar (se)
  • ~ , drill, training n exercitation

exercise-book n quaderno

exercise-patience v armar se de patientia

exert v emplear

exert-influence-on v influentiar

exertion (of faculties) n contention

  • n effortio

exert-oneself v to effortiar se a

exfoliation (process of coming off in layers or scales, peeling off) n exfoliation

exhalation (1. exhaling, giving off as vapor; 2. that which is exhaled) n exhalation

exhale (as in to exhale odor) v exhalar

exhaust (1. to drain, use up, consume; 2. as in to exhaust a subject) v exhaurir [-haur-/haust-]

  • (of an engine) n escappamento

exhausted (be ~) adj exhaurite

  • (consumed, used up) adj exhauste
  • (tired) adj fatigate

exhaustible adj exhauribile

  • adj exhaustibile

exhaustion (action of draining, using up, consuming) n exhaustion

  • ~ , emaciation n extenuation

exhaust-pipe n tubo de escappamento

exhibit (objecto de) n exhibition

  • v exhibir

exhibition n exhibition

  • n exposition

exhibitionism (tendency towards self-advertisement) n exhibitionismo

exhibitionist (ostentatious person) n exhibitionista

exhibitor n exhibitor

  • n expositor

exhibitory adj exhibitori

exhilarant, exhilarating adj exhilarante (ppr of exhilarar)

exhilarate v exhilarar

exhilarating adj exhilarante

exhilaration n exhilaration

exhort v exhortar

exhortation n exhortation

exhortative adj exhortative

exhortatory adj exhortatori

exhorter n exhortator

exhumation n exhumation

exhume v exhumar

ex-husband, former husband n ex-marito

exigency, requirement n exigentia

exigent, exacting adj exigente

exigible, claimable adj exigibile

exiguity, scantiness n exiguitate

exiguous adj exigue

exile (banishment, state) n exilio

  • (exiled person) n exiliato
  • v exiliar
  • ~ , outlaw n proscripto

exist (continue to ~) v subsister

  • v esser
  • v esser super terra
  • v exister

existence (come into ~) n nascer (le - )

  • n esser (le - )
  • n existentia

existent, existing adj existente

existential adj existential

existentialism n existentialismo

existentialist n existentialista

existing, existent adj existente

exit (theat) n sortita

  • (way out) n exito (ex-)
  • v facer le sortita
  • v sortir
  • ~ , egress n egresso

ex-minister, former minister [Pol] n ex-ministro

exo- (ex-) (without, outside) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] adv exo-

exodic adj exodic

exodist (one taking part in an exodus) n exodista

exodus (book of ~) n libro del exodo

  • n exodo (ex-)

ex-officio phr de officio

exogamous [Anthropol] adj exogame (-ogame)

exogamy [Anthropol] n exogamia (-ia)

exogenous adj exogene

exonerate (free from a burden, duty, obligation) v exonerar

exoneration n exoneration

exorable, easily moved adj exorabile

exorbitant adj exorbitante

exorcise v exorcisar

exorcism n exorcismo

exorcist n exorcista

exorcize v exorcisar

exordial adj exordial

exordium n exordio

exoskeleton [Zool] n exoskeleto (-ske-)

exosmosis n exosmose

exosmotic adj exosmotic

exotic adj exotic

exoticism n exoticismo

expand (cause to spread out, stretch out or unfold) v expander (se) [-pand-/-pans-]

expanse n extension

  • ~ , wideness n largo

expansibility n expansibilitate

expansible adj expansibile

expansion n expansion

expansive (1. [Sci]; 2. showing one's feelings freely) adj expansive

expansiveness n expansion

expatriate (make an exile of) v expatriar

  • n expatriato

expatriation (1. banishment from one's fatherland; 2. emigration) n expatriation

expect (look for mentally) v expectar

expectant adj expectante (ppr of expectar)

  • adj gravide

expectation (1. state of expecting; 2. [Med]) n expectation

expectative adj expectative

expected, foreseen adj provise

expectorant [Med] adj expectorante (ppr of expectorar)

  • [Med] n expectorante

expectorate v expectorar

  • ~ , spit v sputar

expectoration n expectoration

  • ~ , spitting n sputation
  • ~ , spitting out n exspuition

expedient, suitable, fit adj/n expediente (ppr of expedir)

expedite v expedir

expedition (1. promptness; 2. as in an expedition to the North Pole) n expedition

expeditious adj expeditive

expeditor n expeditor

expel v expeller [-pell-/-puls-]

expend, spend (give out in payment) v dispender [-pend-/-pens-]

  • ~ , spend (give out in payment) v expender [-pend-/-pens-]

expenditure n expensa

  • ~ , outlay (of money) n dispensa

expense (great ~) n dispendio

  • n expensa
  • ~ , cost n sumpto

expensive adj car

  • adj costose
  • ~ , costly adj dispendiose

experience (as in teaching experience) n experientia

  • v experientiar
  • v haber experientia de

experienced adj experimentate

experiment n experimento

  • v experimentar

experimental adj experimental

  • ~ stage phr stato experimental

experimentally adv experimentalmente

experimentation n experimentation

experimenter n experimentator

expert adj experte

  • n experto

expertise n competentia

  • n habilitate

expiable adj expiabile

expiate v expiar

expiation n expiation

expiator n expiator

expiatory adj expiatori

expiration (1. breathing out; 2. termination, end) n expiration

expire (1. to breathe out; 2. to die) v expirar

  • (exhale, die) v expirar
  • ~ , become invalid, lapse v perimer [-im-/-empt-]

expired adj perimite

  • ~ , invalid, lapsed adj perempte

expiring adj per expirar

  • ~ adj/pres part expirante

expiry (termination) n termination

  • n expiration

explain (expound, interpret) v explanar

  • v explicar
  • ~ , narrate, expound v enarrar

explainable, describable adj enarrabile

  • ~ , explicable adj explicabile

explainer, commentator n explicator

explanation (interpretation, expounding) n explanation

explanatory adj explicative

expletive adj expletive

  • n blasphemia

explicable, explainable adj explicabile

explicit (clearly expressed) adj explicite (-pli-)

explode (a theory) v discreditar

  • (go off, or to fly in pieces, with a loud report) vi exploder [-plod-/-plos-]

exploder (device for firing an explosive charge) n exploditor

exploit (1. as in to exploit a mine; 2. to utilize for selfish purposes) v exploitar

  • n gesta
  • n prodessa
  • v exploitar

exploitable adj exploitabile

exploitation n exploitation

exploiter n exploitator

explorable adj explorabile

exploration (1. as in exploration of new countries; 2. investigation; 3. [Surg]) n exploration

exploratory adj exploratori

explore (1. as in to explore new countries; 2. to investigate, examine; 3. [Surg]) v explorar

explorer n explorator

explosion (1. blast; 2. sudden outbreak of emotion) n explosion

explosive (1. tending to explode; 2. [Phonet]) adj explosive

  • (explosive substance) n explosivo

exponent (interpreter) n interprete

  • (maths) n exponente
  • [Alg] adj exponente
  • ~ , expositor, expounder n expositor

exponential [Math] adj exponential

export v exportar

  • ~ , exporting, exportation n exportation

exportable adj exportabile

exportation, export, exporting n exportation

exporter n exportator

exporting, exportation, export n exportation

exports n exportation

expose (1. to show openly, display; 2. to lay open (danger)) v exponer [-pon-/-posit-]

  • (unmask) v dismascar
  • ~ the foot or roots, uncover (of a tree, tooth) v discalcear

exposition (1. exhibition; 2. detailed explanation) n exposition

  • ~ , narration n enarration

expositive, expository adj expositive

expositor, expounder, exponent n expositor

expository, expositive adj expositive

  • ~ , giving the argument of [Lit] adj argumentative

expostulate, protest, remonstrate v remonstrar

exposure (1. laying open to view, action, influence, etc; 2. [Photog]; 3. position in relation to sun, wind etc.) n exposition

expound v exponer [-pon-/-posit-]

  • ~ , explain, narrate v enarrar

expounder, exponent, expositor n expositor

ex-president n ex-presidente

express (1. definite, explicit; 2. as in express letter) adj expresse

  • (railway) n expresso
  • (rapid) adj rapide
  • (train) n rapido (ra-)
  • ~ joy at, congratulate v gratular
  • ~ messenger n expresso
  • n rapido
  • ~ one's opinion first v preopinar
  • ~ train. expresso n expresso
  • v exprimer [-prim-/-press-]

expressible, utterable adj exprimibile

expression (1. action of pressing or squeezing out; 2. act or fact of giving expression to; 3. significant word or phrase) n expression

expressionism n expressionismo

expressionist n expressionista

expressive adj expressive

expressly adv expressemente

expressway n autostrata

expropriate, dispossess v expropriar

expropriation, dispossession n expropriation

expropriator, dispossessor n expropriator

expulsion n expulsion

expulsive adj expulsive

expunction n expunction

expunge v expunger [-pung-/-punct-]

expurgate v expurgar

expurgation n expurgation

exquisite adj exquisite

exquisiteness n exquisitessa

exsanguine adj exsangue

exsiccate, dry up (make quite dry) v exsiccar

exsiccation n exsiccation

exsiccative adj exsiccative

exsuction n exsuction

extant adj ancora existante

extemporaneous, extempore adj extemporanee

extemporaneously adv extemporeneemente

  • adv improvisatemente

extempore (improvised) adj improvisate

  • (speak ~) v improvisar un discurso
  • adv ex tempore
  • ~ , extemporaneous adj extemporanee

extemporize (parlar) vi extemporaneemente

  • vt improvisar

extend (1. to stretch out; 2. to increase in size or scope) v extender (se) [-tend-/-tens-]

  • (prolong) v prolongar

extender (one who or that which extends) n extensor

extendible, extensible adj extendibile

extensibility n extensibilitate

extensible adj extensibile

  • ~ , extendible adj extendibile

extension (1. stretching out; 2. increase in size or scope; 3. [Logic]) n extension

extensive (as in extensive agriculture) adj extensive

  • (having extension) adj extense

extensor [Anat] n extensor

extent (space or degree to which anything is extended) n extension

extenuate (as in to extenuate an offense) v attenuar

  • ~ , emaciate, weaken v extenuar

extenuating adj attenuante

exterior adj exterior

  • ~ , outside n exterior

exteriority n exterioritate

exterminate v exterminar

extermination n extermination

exterminator n exterminator

external adj externe

externalization n exteriorisation

externalize, make manifest v exteriorisar

externally adv externemente

exterritorial, extraterritorial adj exterritorial

  • ~ , extraterritorial adj extraterritorial

exterritoriality, extraterritoriality n exterritorialitate

  • ~ , extraterritoriality n extraterritorialitate

extinct (as in an extinct animal) adj extincte

extinction n extinction

extinctive adj extinctive

extinguish v extinguer [-stingu-/-stinct-]

extinguishable adj extinguibile

extinguisher (fire) n extinctor

extirpable, eradicable adj extirpabile

extirpate (1. as in to extirpate noxious plants; 2. as in to extirpate a social evil) v extirpar

extirpation n extirpation

extirpator n extirpator

extol v exaltar

  • ~ , magnify, exalt v magnificar

extort v extorquer [-torqu-/-tort-]

extortion (illegal exaction on the part of an official) n concussion

  • n extortion

extortionate v exorbitante

extra (person) n supernumerario

  • (theat) n comparsa
  • (thing) n supplemento
  • (two - chairs) phr ancora duo sedes
  • adj supernumerari
  • ~ , besides, in addition adv extra
  • ~ , supernumerary adj supernumerari

extract (1. extracted substance; 2. excerpt) n extracto

  • v extraher [-trah-/-tract-]

extraction (1. act of extracting; 2. descent, origin) n extraction

extractor n extractor

extradite v extrader

extradition n extradition

extrados [Arch] n extradorso

extramural adj extramural

extraneous adj extranee

extraordinarily adj extraordinarimente

extraordinary (1. beyond the common order; 2. exceeding the common degree) adj extraordinari

extras n dispensas supplementari

extraterritorial, exterritorial adj exterritorial

  • ~ , exterritorial adj extraterritorial

extraterritoriality, exterritoriality n exterritorialitate

  • ~ , exterritoriality n extraterritorialitate

extravagance (oddness) n extravagantia

  • (wastefulness) n prodigalitate

extravagant (odd) adj extravagante

  • (wasteful) adj prodige

extravasate [Anat] v extravasar

extravasation [Anat] n extravasation

extreme (carry to -s) v ultrar

  • adj extreme
  • n extremo
  • ~ , excess n ultrantia

extremely adv extrememente

extremism n extremismo

extremist adj/n extremista

extremity (1. very end; 2. extreme degree; 3. extreme action) n extremitate

  • (point) n extremo
  • (tip) n extremo

extricate v disembarassar

extrinsic (not inherent or essential) adj extrinsec (-trin-)

extroversion (1. [Med] (condition of being turned inside out; 2. [Psychol]) n extroversion

extrovert (1. to turn outwards) v extroverter [-vert-/-vers-]

  • [Psychol] n extrovertito
  • adj extrovertite

extrude v extruder

extruded adj extrudite

extruding adj extrudente

extrusion n extrusion

extrusive adj extrusive

exuberance (1. luxuriance; 2. effusiveness) n exuberantia

exuberant adj exuberante

exuberate, be exuberant v exuberar

exudation n exsudation

  • ~ , sweat n exsudato

exude (1. as in sweat exudes from the pores; 2. to cause to exude) v exsudar

exuded adj exsudate

exult v exultar

  • v ovar

exultant adj exultante (ppr of exultar)

  • ~ joy, jubilee n jubilo (jubilo)
  • ~ , jubilant adj jubilante (ppr of jubilar)

exultation n exultation

exulting adj ovante (ppr of ovar)

ex-wife n ex-marita

eye (keep an - on) v vigilar super

  • (open someone's -s to) v disabusar un persona super
  • (see - to - with) v vider le cosas del mesme oculo que
  • (turn a blind - to) v esser acec super
  • adj ocular
  • n oculo (oc-)
  • ~ specialist, ophthalmologist n ophthalmologo (-ologo)
  • v observar
  • ~ , glance at v ocular

eye-ball n globo del oculo

eye-bath n bassinetto ocular

eyebrow n supercilio

eye-catching adj que salta al oculo

eyelash n cilio

eyelet (small round hole for the passage of a lace, cord) n oculetto

eyelid n palpebra (pal-)

eye-opener n revelation

eye-shade n visiera

eye-sight n viso

  • ~ -sight n vista

eye-sore n vista fede

eye-strain n fatiga del oculos

eye-tooth n dente canin

eye-witness n teste ocular