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f (letter ~) n littera f (ef)

  • (the note) Mus] n fa

fa [Mus] n fa

  • ~ ade [Arch] n faciada

fable (1. as in Aesop's Fables; 2. historical legend or myth; 3. falsehood, fiction) n fabula (fà-)

  • (1. as in Aesop's Fables; 2. historical legend or myth; 3. falsehood, fiction) n fabula
  • adj fabula
  • ~ , fabulate v fabular

fabric (building) n structura

  • (cloth) n stoffa
  • (cloth) n texito
  • ~ , cloth (woven) n texito
  • ~ , cloth n tela
  • ~ , material n stoffa

fabricate (as in to fabricate a bridge, book) v fabricar

  • v fabricar

fabricatiom n fabrication

fabrication, manufacture n fabrication

  • ~ , manufacture n manufactura

fabulate, fable v fabular

fabulist, story-teller n fabulista

fabulous adj fabulose

facade n faciada

face (1. Anat]; 2. surface, outer part of something) n facie

  • (lose ~) v perder prestigio
  • (make -s) v grimassar
  • (of clock) n quadrante
  • n facie
  • ~ to face, vis-à-vis, opposite adv vis-à-vis
  • ~ to face, vis-à-vis, opposite adv vis-à-vis F]
  • v affrontar
  • v confrontar
  • ~ with concrete, construct with concrete v betonar
  • ~ with mother-of-pearl v nacrar
  • ~ , countenance n figura
  • ~ , visage, countenance n visage
  • ~ , visage, countenance n visage (-aje)

facecloth n panno pro lavar se le facie

facecream n crema pro le facie

faced with mother-of-pearl adj nacrate

facelift n operation plastic facial

facet (diamonds) v faciettar

  • (of diamond, of insect's eye) n facietta
  • n facietta
  • v faciettar

facetious adj facetiose

face-to-face phr facie a facie

face-value n valor nominal

facial adj facial

  • ~ adj/n facial

facile (working with ease) adj facile

facilitate v facilitar

  • ~ , make easy v facilitar

facility (complex) n complexo

  • (complex) n facilitate
  • (convenience) n medio
  • (ease) n facilitate
  • ~ , ease (1. absence of difficulty; 2. power to do anything easily and quickly) n facilitate

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

  • ~ , opposite prep contra

facsimile n facsimile

  • ~ telegraph, pantelegraph [Elec] n pantelegrapho
  • ~ telegraph, pantelegraph [Elec] n pantelegrapho (-lé-)
  • ~ telegraph, telautograph n telautographo
  • ~ telegraph, telautograph n telautographo (-ògrapho)

fact (as a matter of ~) phr effectivemente

  • (in ~) phr de facto
  • n facto

faction (as in political factions) n faction

  • n faction

factionary n factionario

factious n factiose

factitious adj facticie

factor (1. agent; 2. contributing factor; 3. Math]) n factor

  • n factor

factory (manufactory) n fabrica

  • (manufactory) n fabrica (fà-)
  • (trading station, office or post of a factor) n factoria (-ìa)
  • (trading station, office or post of a factor) n factoria
  • n fabrica
  • ~ , manufactory n manufactura

factotum n factotum

  • n factotum L]

factual adj objective, positive

  • adj positive, objective

factum (memorial) Law] n memoria

facula [Astron] n facula

  • [Astron] n facula (fàcula)

facular [Astron] adj facular

faculty (1. ability; 2. authority, power; 3. the faculty of a university) n facultate

  • n facultate

fad (craze) n parve mania

  • (novelty) n novitate

fade (lose colour) v distinger

  • (lose colour) v distinger (se)
  • (wither) v marcer
  • ~ , take the color out of v distinger

faded (discoloured) adj discolorate

  • (withered) adj marcide

fade-out v disparer progressivemente

Faeroe, - Islands [Geog] n Insulas Faroe

fag end adj del fin

  • ~ end n fin
  • ~ end n resto
  • n labor fatigante

fagged (- out) adj multo fatigate

  • adj fatigate

faggot (Brit) n cigaretta

  • [Amer] n homosexual
  • n fascie

fagot (bundle of sticks) n fagotto

  • ~ , form into bundles v fagottar

fagottist, bassoonist n fagottista

fagotto, bassoon n fagotto

fahrenheit n fahrenheit

fail (1. to fall short in attainment or performance; 2. to become insolvent or bankrupt) v faller

  • (without ~) phr sin falta
  • v facer fiasco
  • v faller

failing adj debile

  • n debilitate
  • n defecto
  • prep in mancantia de

failure (want of success) n insuccesso

  • n fallimento
  • n fiasco
  • n insuccesso

faint adj debile

  • n syncope
  • v perder conscientia
  • v suffrer un syncope

faint-hearted adj pusillanime

  • ~ -hearted adj timide

fair (as in county fair) n feria

  • (beautiful of weather) adj belle
  • (just) adj juste
  • (of complexion) adj blonde
  • (of copy) adj nette
  • (passable) adj passabile
  • n feria
  • ~ , fairly good, passable adj passabile

fairground n campo de feria

fairly (enough) adv assatis

  • (justly) adv justemente
  • ~ good, passable, fair adj passabile

fair-mindedness n impartialitate

fairness (in - to) phr justitia

  • (in - to) phr justitia (con - pro)
  • (justice) n justitia
  • ~ , equity n equitate

fair-play n comportamento loyal

fairy adj feeric

  • n fee
  • ~ , fairy-like adj feeric
  • ~ , fay n fee
  • ~ , fay n fee (fée)

fairyland [Theat] (fairy play, spectacular play) n feeria

  • [Theat] (fairy play, spectacular play) n feeria (-ìa)
  • n feeria

fairytale n conto de fees

faith (1. trust, confidence; 2. religious faith; 3. system of religious beliefs; 4. word (of honor)5. fidelity, loyalty) n fide

  • (belief) n credentia
  • (confidence) n confidentia
  • (have - in) v confider, fider se in
  • (have - in) v fider se in, confider
  • (hope) n fide

faithful adj fidel

faithfulness n fidelitate

  • ~ , fidelity n fidelitate

faith-healing n curation per fide

faithless adj disloyal, false, perfide

  • adj false, perfide, disloyal
  • adj perfide, disloyal, false

fake adj fraudulente

  • n falso
  • v contrafacer

falcon (1. Ornith]; 2. Artil]) n falcon

  • n falcon

falconer n falconero

falconet (1. Ornith]; 2. Artil]) n falconetto

falconry n falconeria

  • n falconeria (-ìa-)

Falkland, - Islands [Geog] n Falklands

  • ~ , - Islands [Geog] n Malvinas

fall (capture) n captura

  • (drop) n cadita
  • (lower) v abassar
  • (lower) v cader
  • (lowering) n abbassamento
  • (the season) n autumno
  • ~ asleep v addormir
  • ~ back or down again, to relapse v recader
  • ~ back v replicar se
  • ~ behind v arrestrar se
  • ~ down v cader per terra
  • ~ ill v infirmar
  • ~ in (collapse) v collaber
  • ~ in (line up) v alinear se
  • ~ in love with v inamorar se de
  • ~ of leaves n exfoliation
  • ~ off v distaccar se
  • ~ through (fail) v faller
  • ~ upon v incider
  • v cader
  • ~ , autumn n autumno
  • ~ , droop, slide down v laber
  • ~ , droop, slide down v laber lab-/laps-]
  • ~ , falling n cadita

fallacious adj fallace

  • ~ , delusive, misleading adj fallace

fallaciousness, fallacy n fallacia

fallacy n fallacia

  • ~ , fallaciousness n fallacia

fallibility n fallibilitate

fallible adj fallibile

falling back, withdrawal [Mil] n replicamento

  • ~ headlong, precipitate adj precipite
  • ~ headlong, precipitate adj precipite (-cìpite)
  • ~ , fall n cadita

fallow adj inculte

  • (1. incorrect; 2. deceitful, treacherous; 3. as in false teeth) adj FALSE
  • adj false
  • ~ hopes n sperantias false
  • ~ teeth n dentes posticie
  • ~ , sham adj posticie

falsehood (lie) n mendacio

  • (lie, falseness) n falsitate
  • ~ , lie n falsitate
  • ~ , lie n mentita

falsetto tenor, tenorino n tenorino

falsifiable adj falsificabile

falsification n falsification

falsifier n falsificator

falsify (as in to falsify a record) v falsificar

  • v falsificar
  • ~ , pervert v falsar

falsity (quality or condition of being false) n falsitate

falter (hesitate) v hesitar

  • (of voice) v alterar se
  • (stagger) v titubar

fame (1. reputation; 2. renown) n fama

  • n celebritate, fama
  • n fama, celebritate

famed, renowned adj renominate

familial, family adj familial

familiar (1. familiar friend; 2. officer of the Inquisition) n familiar

  • (1. intimate, friendly; 2. too friendly, forward; 3. well known, common) adj familiar
  • adj familiar

familiarity (1. close acquaintance; 2. freedom of behavior) n familiaritate

  • n familiaritate

familiarization n familiarisation

familiarize (make well acquainted) v familiarisar

  • v familiarisar

family (1. as in the Smith family; 2. spccial: Sc etc]) n familia

  • n familia
  • ~ , familial adj familial

family-tree n arbore genealogic

famine (acute shortage of foodstuffs in given area) n fame

  • n fame

famish, starve (cause to starve or famish) v affamar

famished adj famelic

  • ~ , starving adj famelic

famous (1. renowned; 2. excellent) adj famose

  • adj celebre
  • adj famose
  • ~ , celebrated adj celebre
  • ~ , celebrated adj celebre (cé-)

fan (admirer) n admirator

  • (as in feather fan) n flabello
  • (cool) v flabellar
  • (devotee) n devoto
  • (fanatic) n fanatic
  • (hand held) n flabello
  • (machine) n ventilator
  • (move the air with a fan) v flabellar
  • (ventilate) v ventilar
  • ~ club n club de admiratores
  • n fan
  • ~ , winnow (grain) v ventilar

fanatic n fanatico

  • ~ , fanatical adj fanatic

fanatical adj fanatic

  • ~ , fanatic adj fanatic

fanatically adv fanaticamente

fanaticism n fanatismo

fanaticize v fanatisar

fanbelt n cinctura del ventilator

fanciful adj capriciose

  • adj phantastic

fancy (imagine) v imaginar

  • (like) v amar
  • (like) v haber gusto pro
  • (suppose) v creder
  • (suppose) v supponer
  • adj de phantasia
  • adj decorate
  • adj ornate
  • n imagination
  • n phantasia

fancy-dress n costume de travestimento

fanfare n fanfar

  • v fanfar

fanfaron, braggart n fanfaron

fanfaronade, swaggering n fanfaronada

fang n dente canin

fantasia (1. Mus] (fantasy; 2. Equit]) n phantasia

  • (1. Mus] (fantasy; 2. Equit]) n phantasia (-ìa)

fantast, visionary n phantasta

fantastic adj phantastic

  • ~ , fantastical adj phantastic

fantastical, fantastic adj phantastic

fantasy n phantasia

  • ~ , phantasy (1. power of imagining, fancy; 2. phantasm, fancy; 3. whim, caprice) n phantasia (-ìa)
  • ~ , phantasy (1. power of imagining, fancy; 2. phantasm, fancy; 3. whim, caprice) n phantasia

far (as - as) adv usque a

  • (not near) adv longe
  • adj distante
  • adv longe
  • ~ away, at a distance, far off adv procul
  • ~ away, at a distance, far off adv procul (prò-)
  • ~ off adj lontan
  • ~ off adv lontano
  • ~ off, far away, at a distance adv procul
  • ~ off, far away, at a distance adv procul (prò-)

farad [Elec] n farad

faradic [Elec] adj faradic

faradization [Med] n faradisation

faradize [Med] v faradisar

far-and-away adv ultra-distante

farce [Theat] n farce

  • [Theat] n farce F]
  • [Theat] n farsa
  • n farsa
  • ~ writer n farsista

farceur, joker, wag n farsator

farcial adj farsal

fare (food) n viveres

  • (of trip) n precio del viage
  • v succeder
  • v vader

far-east n oriente extreme

farewell interj adeo!

  • ~ interj vale!
  • n adieu
  • ~ , adieu n adieu
  • ~ , adieu n adieu F]

far-fetched adj improbabile

farinaceous adj farinacee

farm (be a -er) vi esser agricultor

  • adj agricole
  • ~ hand, farmer, farm worker n laborator
  • n ferma
  • vt cultivar
  • ~ worker, farm hand, farmer n laborator
  • ~ , farmstead n ferma

farmer n agricultor

  • n fermero
  • ~ , farm worker, farm hand n laborator

farmhouse (casa de) n ferma

farming, agricultural adj aratori

  • ~ , agriculture n agricultura

farmland n terreno a cultivar

farmstead, farm n ferma

farmy (countrylike) adj fermose

farmyard n corte de ferma

faro n pharaon

far-off, distant adj lontan

far-out (distance) adv multo distante

  • ~ -out (excellent) interj excellente

far-reaching adj de grande portata

farrier, blacksmith n ferrator

  • ~ , blacksmith n ferrero

farsighted (of eyes) adj presbyopic

  • (of mind) adj perspicace
  • ~ , long-sighted, presbyopic [Med] adj presbyte
  • ~ , long-sighted, presbyopic [Med] adj presbyte (préz-)
  • ~ , presbyoptic [Med] adj presbyopic

farsightedness, presbyopia, presbytia [Med] n presbyopia

  • ~ , presbyopia, presbytia [Med] n presbyopia (-ìa)
  • ~ , presbyopia, presbytia, presbytism [Med] n presbytismo
  • ~ , presbytia, presbyopia [Med] n presbytia

fart (pass gas) v flatular

  • [Slang] n flatulentia

farther (comparative of far) adv plus distante

  • (situated beyond) adj ulterior
  • adv ultra
  • ~ , on the other side, beyond adv ultra

farthest (superlative of far) adj/adv le plus distante

far-too-much adv multo troppo

fascicle (1. bundle, cluster; 2. Bookbinding] (signature) n fasciculo

fascicular adj fascicular

fascinate v fascinar

fascinating adj fascinante

  • adj fascinante (ppr of fascinar)
  • ~ , impressive adj prestigiose

fascination n fascination

  • n fascino
  • n fascino (fà-)
  • ~ , magic spell n prestigio

fascinator n fascinator

fasciole, semita [Zool] n semita

  • ~ , semita [Zool] n semita (sé-)

fascism n fascismo

fascist adj/n fascista

  • n fascista

fashion (1. as in the latest fashion; 2. fashionable people) n fashion

  • (1. as in the latest fashion; 2. fashionable people) n fashion A]
  • (be in ~) v esser de moda
  • (be in ~) v esser in voga
  • (la mode) n moda
  • (manner) n maniera
  • (out of ~) adj passate de moda
  • (vogue) n voga
  • (way) n modo
  • [Amer] n fashion
  • v formar
  • ~ , manner n faction

fashionable [Amer] adj fashionable

  • adj al moda
  • adj al voga
  • adj fashionabile
  • adj fashionable
  • adj fashionable A]

fashionableness n mundanitate

fast (immobile) adj firme

  • (rapid) adj rapide
  • (rapid) adj veloce
  • (relig) n jejuno
  • (relig) v jejunar
  • (solidly) adv firmemente
  • (solidly) adv solidemente
  • (speedily) adv rapidemente
  • v jejunar
  • ~ , fasting n jejuno

fasten v attaccar

  • v attachar
  • v fixar
  • ~ , again, attach v reattaccar
  • ~ , attach v attaccar

fastener (zip ~) n serratura fulmine

  • n serratura

fastening, tightening (action of) n serramento

fastidious adj difficile

  • adj difficile (a satisfacer)
  • adj fastidiose
  • adj scrupulose

fasting, fast n jejuno

fat (- chance) phr pauc sorte

  • (- chance) phr pauc sorte (que)
  • (ample) adj ample
  • (chew the ~) phr confabular
  • (chew the ~) phr conversar
  • (consisting of fat) adj grasse
  • (fatty) adj grasse
  • (stout) adj corpulente
  • (the - of the land) phr le melior obtenibile grande
  • n grassia
  • ~ , grease n grassia

fatal (1. fated, fateful; 2. causing destruction or death) adj fatal

  • adj fatal
  • adj mortal
  • ~ , baneful, disastrous n funeste
  • ~ , death-bearing, deadly adj mortifere

fatalism n fatalismo

fatalist n fatalista

fatality (1. clostiny; 2. calamity) n fatalitate

  • n fatalitate

fatally adv fatalmente

  • adv mortalmente

fate (1. as in the decrees of fate; 2. lot or fortune) n fato

  • n fato
  • n sorte

fateful (decisive) adj decisive

  • adj decisive

father (1. as in father and mother; 2. title of respect given to a priest) n patre

  • n patre
  • v ingenerar

fatherhood n paternitate

  • ~ , paternity n paternitate

father-in-law n patre affin

fatherland n patria

  • ~ , native country n patria

fatherly adj paternal

fathom (penetrate) v approfundar, penetrar

  • (penetrate) v penetrar, approfundar
  • (sound) v sondar
  • [Meas] n fathom
  • [Meas] n fathom A]
  • n fathom
  • ~ , investigate, go deeply into v approfundar

fathomless adj impenetrabile

  • adj insondabile

fatidic, prophetic adj fatidic

  • ~ , prophetic adj fatidic (-ìdic)

fatigue n fatiga

  • v fatigar
  • ~ , weariness n fatiga

fatiguing, tiring adj fatigante

fatness (bodily ~) n corpulentia

  • n grassia

fatten (make or grow fat) v ingrassiar

  • v ingrassiar

fatter (comparative of fat) adj plus grasse

fattest (superlative of fat) adj le plus grasse

fatty (containing fat) adj grasse

  • adj grasse
  • ~ degeneration, steatosis [Med] n steatosis
  • ~ degeneration, steatosis [Med] n steatosis (-òsis)

fatuity n fatuitate

fatuous adj fatue

  • ~ , foolish adj fatue

faucet n valvula

fault (be at ~) v esser in error

  • (defect) n defecto
  • (find ~) v censurar
  • (find ~) v criticar
  • (geol) n fallia
  • (imperfection) n imperfection
  • (moral) n culpa
  • [Geol] n fallia
  • n falta
  • ~ , error n menda

faultfinder, critic n censor

faultless adj impeccabile

faulty adj defective

  • adj defectuose
  • adj imperfecte
  • ~ , defective adj mendose
  • ~ , defective adj vitiose

faun [Rom. Relig] n fauno

fauna n fauna

faunal adj faunic

faurt (1. flaw, imperfection; 2. mistake, error; 3. moral transgression) n falta

favor (1. to be in favor of; 2. to be favorable to) v favorar

  • (1. to be in favor of; 2. to be favorable to) v favorir
  • ~ , favour n favor
  • ~ , favour v favorir
  • ~ , good will n favor

favorable adj favorabile

  • ~ , tending, inclined adj propense

favorite (1. person regarded with peculiar favor; 2. person, horse, expected to win in a contest) n favorito

  • [Fem] favorita
  • adj favorite
  • n Masc]

favoritism n favoritismo

favose [Pathol] adj favose

favus [Pathol] n favo

fawn n cervino

  • n cervo juvene
  • ~ on v adular servilmente
  • ~ upon v adular servilmente

fax n fax

  • n telecopia
  • n telefax
  • v faxar
  • v inviar un fax
  • v inviar un fax (telefax)
  • v reciper un fax
  • v reciper un fax (telefax)
  • v telecopiar

fax-machine n faxator

  • ~ -machine n machina pro fax
  • ~ -machine n telecopiator

fay (fairy) n fee

  • ~ , fairy n fee
  • ~ , fairy n fee (fée)

faze [Amer] v disconcertar

fck (- it!) interj futue lo!

  • (- you!) interj futue te!
  • (vulgar) v futuer

fealty (loyalty) n fidelitate

fear n pavor

  • n timor
  • v haber timor de
  • v timer
  • ~ , be afraid (of) v timer

fearful (afraid) adj pavide

  • (afraid) adj timorose
  • (dreadful) adj timibile
  • (timid) adj pavide
  • ~ , timid adj pavorose
  • ~ , timorous adj timorose
  • ~ , to be feared adj timibile
  • ~ , trepid, trembling adj trepide

fearless adj impavide

  • adj intrepide

fearsome adj timibile

  • adj timorose

feasibility n facibilitate

  • n viabilitate

feasible (that can be done or carried out) adj facibile

  • adj agibile
  • adj facibile
  • adj practicabile
  • adj viabile

feast (eccles) n festa

  • (entertain lavishly) v festear
  • (entertainment, banquet) n festino
  • (meal) n banchetto
  • (meal) n festino
  • ~ of Tabernacles, Sukkoth [Jewish Relig] n scenopegia
  • ~ of Tabernacles, Sukkoth [Jewish Relig] n scenopegia (-ìa)
  • ~ on v regalar se con
  • ~ upon v regalar se con
  • vi banchettar
  • ~ , banquet n regalo
  • ~ , eat lavishly v banchettar
  • ~ , fete, festival n festa
  • ~ , regale oneself v festar
  • ~ , regale oneself v festinar

feaster, banqueter n banchettator

feat n facto

  • n prodessa
  • ~ , deed n facto

feather n pluma

feather-bed n lecto de plumas

feather-duster n pannello

  • ~ -duster n plumero

feathered, feathery, plumose adj plumose

  • ~ , pennate [Bot/Zool] adj pennate

feather-weight n peso pluma

feathery, plumose, feathered adj plumose

feature (characteristic) n characteristica

  • (journ) n articulo special
  • ~ film n filme principal
  • n tracto
  • v presentar

featured adj characterisate

  • adj emphasate
  • adj presentate
  • ~ presentation n presentation principal

featureless adj sin figuration definitive

featuring pres part presentante

febrifugal adj febrifuge

febrifuge adj febrifuge

  • adj febrifuge (-ì-)

febrile (feverish) adj febril

February n februario

fecal adj fecal

feces n fece

feckless adj debile

  • adj incapabile

fecula, starch n fecula

feculence n feculentia

feculent adj feculente

fecund adj fecunde

  • ~ , fertile adj fecunde

fecundate v fecundar

fecundation n fecundation

fecundator n fecundator

fecundity n fecunditate

fed (the ~) n le governo federal

  • (well ~) adj ben alimentate
  • adj alimentate
  • adj nutrite
  • ~ up adj enoiate

federacy n federation

federal (connected with or based upon federation) adj federal

  • adj federal

federalism n federalismo

federalist n federalista

federally adv federalmente

federate adj federate

  • adj federate (pp of federar)
  • v federar

federation (1. union of several states, under a federal government; 2. as in federation of labor) n federation

  • n federation

federative adj federative

fee n derecto

  • n honorario
  • ~ , duty, custom n derecto
  • ~ , honorarium n honorario

feeble adj debile

  • ~ , debile, weakly adj debile

feeble-minded adj mentecapte

feed n alimentation

  • n nutrimento
  • ~ on (be fed up) v enoiar se
  • ~ on v nutrir se de
  • v alimentar
  • v nutrir
  • ~ , sustain v sustentar

feedback [Elect] n realimentation

  • n reaction
  • n regeneration
  • n retroaction

feeder, alimenter n alimentator

feel (examine by touch) v palpar

  • (have sensation) v sentir
  • (something) v sentir
  • (something) v sentir sent-/sens-]
  • (touch) v palpar
  • (touch) v tastar
  • ~ compassion v compatir
  • ~ compassion v compatir -pat-/-pass-]
  • ~ keenly v resentir
  • ~ , touch v tastar

feeler n antenna

  • n corno

feel-ill v sentir se mal

feeling (1. act or fact of feeling; 2. sentiment, emotion) n sentimento

  • (action of examining by touch) (action of) n palpation
  • (by touch) n palpation
  • (sensation) n sentimento

feel-keenly v resentir

feel-well v sentir se ben

feign v finger

  • v simular
  • ~ , pretend, make believe, simulate v finger
  • ~ , pretend, make believe, simulate v finger fing-/fict-]

feigner n fingitor

feint (boxing) n finta

  • adj legier
  • n attacco simulate
  • v fintar

felicitate, congratulate v felicitar

felicitation, congratulation n congratulation

  • ~ , congratulation n felicitatition

felicity, happiness n felicitate

feline adj felin

fell n monticulo

  • n monticulo (petrose)
  • v abatter

fellow (chap) n typo

  • (companion) n collega
  • (companion) n companion
  • (in college) n associato
  • (in college) n socio
  • ~ countryman, conational n conational
  • ~ , chap, individual n subjecto

fellowship (company) n association

  • (scholarship) n bursa de studio

felon n criminal

felony n crimine

felt (1. the material felt; 2. felt hat) n feltro

  • (1. to make into felt; 2. to cover with felt) v feltrar
  • n feltro

feltmaker n feltrero

female adj feminin

  • n femina
  • n femina (fé-)
  • n feminina

feminine (1. womanly; 2. Gram]) adj feminin

  • (feminine gender) Gram] n feminino
  • adj feminin

femininity, womanliness n femininitate

feminism n feminismo

feminist n feminista

feminize (render feminine) v feminisar

femoral [Anat] adj femoral

fen, salt marsh n maremma

fence (barrier) n barriera

  • (hedge) n haga
  • (hedge) n sepe
  • (practice fencing) v schermir
  • (sport) v schermir
  • (w/ wooden palissade) v palar
  • (w/ wooden palissade) v palissadar
  • ~ in v palar
  • n palissada
  • vt circumferer con un sepe
  • ~ , fencing (art of fencing) n scherma
  • ~ , stockade n barriera

fence-in v includer

  • ~ -in v palar

fencer (one who practices fencing) n schermitor

fencing (sport) n scherma

  • ~ , fence (art of fencing) n scherma

fend (- for) v provider pro

fender (bumper) n paracolpos

  • (fireguard) n guardafoco
  • (mudguard) n guardafango
  • ~ , fireguard n guardafoco
  • ~ , mudguard n guardafango

fend-for-oneself v volar per su proprie alas

fend-off v parar

fenestrate [Bot/Zool] adj fenestrate

  • [Bot/Zool] adj fenestrate (pp of fenestrar)

fennel n fenuculo

feria [Eccl] n feria

ferial [Eccl] adj ferial

ferment (1. to be in a state of fermentation; 2. to cause to ferment) v fermentar

  • (agent used in producing fermentation) n fermento
  • (fig) n agitation
  • (leaven) n fermento
  • v fermentar

fermentable adj fermentabile

fermentation n fermentation

fermentative adj fermentative

fern n filice

  • n filice (fì-)
  • ~ , of ferns adj filical

ferocious adj feroce

ferocity n ferocitate

  • ~ , fierceness n feritate

ferrate [Chem] n ferrato

ferreous (1. pertaining to or containing iron; 2. like iron) adj ferree

ferret n furetto

  • v furettar

ferret-out v discoperir per recercas minutiose

ferric (1. containing iron; 2. Chem]) adj ferric

ferriferous adj ferrifere

ferrous [Chem] adj ferrose

ferruginous (1. containing iron; 2. resembling iron rust in color) adj ferruginose

ferry n passage

  • v transportar
  • v transportar (trans le fluvio)
  • ~ , ferryboat n ferry-boat
  • ~ , ferryboat n ferry-boat A]

ferry-boat n barca de transbordo

  • ~ , ferry n ferry-boat
  • ~ , ferry n ferry-boat A]

fertile (as in fertile soil) adj fertile

  • adj fecunde
  • adj fertile
  • ~ , fecund adj fecunde

fertility n fertilitate

  • ~ , abundance uberty n ubertate

fertilizable adj fertilisabile

fertilization (act or process of rendering fertile) n fertilisation

fertilize (render fertile) v fertilisar

  • v fertilisar

fertilizer n fertilisante

fertilizing fertilisante adj fertilisante

  • ~ fertilisante adj fertilisante (ppr of fertilisar)

fervency n ferventia

fervent adj ardente

  • adj fervide
  • ~ , fervid adj fervide

fervid, fervent adj fervide

fervor (1. intense heat; 2. intense emotion) n fervor

  • n ardor
  • n fervor
  • ~ , be in a state of agitation, heat v ferver

fervour n ardor

  • n fervor

fester v putrefacer se

  • v suppurar

festival (celebration) n festa

  • n mus
  • ~ , feast, fete n festa

festive adj festive

festivity (gaiety, merriment) n festivitate

  • n festivitate

festoon n feston

  • v festonar
  • v guirlandar
  • ~ , garland v guirlandar
  • ~ , garland v guirlandar (gir-j)

fetal adj fetal

fetation n fetation

fetch v cercar

  • v reportar

fete (honor by festive observances) v festinar

  • n festa
  • ~ , festival, feast n festa
  • ~ , honor (by festive observances) v festar

feticide (criminal abortion) n feticidio

fetid adj fetide

fetish n fetiche

  • ~ , fetich n fetiche
  • ~ , fetich n fetiche F]

fetishism n fetichismo

  • n fetichismo (-sh-)

fetishist n fetichista

  • n fetichista (-sh-)

fetter n pedica

  • v cargar de ferros
  • v incatenar

fetters n ferros

  • n pedicas

fetus n feto

  • ~ , foetus n feto

feud n inimicitate

  • n inimicitate (inter familias)
  • n vendetta

feudal (1. pertaining to a fief; 2. pertaining to the feudal system) adj feudal

  • adj feudal
  • ~ estate, fief n feudo

feudalism n feudalismo

feudalist n feudalista

feudality (quality or state of being feudal) n feudalitate

feudalize v feudalisar

feudatory (one holding lands by feudal tenure) n feudatario

fever (hay ~) n febro de feno

  • (rheumatic ~) n febre rheumatic
  • (scarlet ~) n febre scarlatin
  • adv febre
  • n febre

feverish (1. indicative of fever, febrile; 2. excited, restless) adj febril

  • (affected with fever) adj febricitante
  • adj febril

feverishness (1. state of having a fever; 2. restlessness) n febrilitate

  • n infebramento

few (a ~) adj qualque

  • (not many) adj pauc
  • (not many) adj poc
  • ~ pron pauches
  • ~ pron paucos

Fez n Fez

fiance [Masc] n fidantiato

  • [Masc] n promisso
  • n fidantiato
  • ~ , betrothed n promisso

fiancee [Fem] n fidantiata

  • [Fem] n promissa
  • ~ , betrothed n promissa

fiasco n fiasco

fib n mendacietto

  • n parve mentita
  • v dicer mendaciettos
  • v dicer parve menditas

fiber n fibra

  • ~ , fibre n fibra

fiber-glass n fibra de vitro

  • ~ -glass n lana de vitro

fibril (1. small fiber; 2. root hair) n fibrilla

fibrillous adj fibrillose

fibrin n fibrina

fibrinous adj fibrinose

fibrous adj fibrose

fibula (1. Antiq]; 2. Anat]) n fibula

  • (1. Antiq]; 2. Anat]) n fibula (fì-)

fichu [Clothing] n fichu

  • [Clothing] n fichu F]

fickle adj inconstante

  • adj versatile

ficoid [Bot] adj ficoide

fiction (as in truth stranger than fiction) n fiction

  • (not fact) n fiction
  • (type of book) n belles-lettres
  • (type of book) n romances

fictitious adj ficticie

  • adj fictive
  • ~ , fictive adj fictive

fictive, fictitious adj fictive

fiddle (act nervously) v jocar nervosemente

  • (play the violin) vi sonar le violino
  • n violino
  • vt falsificar
  • vt manipular

fideicommissary [Law] adj fideicommissari

  • [Law] adj fideicommisse

fideicommissioner [Law] n fideicommissario

fideicommissum [Law] n fideicommisso

fideism n fideismo

  • n fideismo (-ìzmo)

fideist n fideista

  • n fideista (-ìsta)

fidelity n fidelitate

  • ~ , faithfulness n fidelitate

fidget v agitar se

  • v agitar se (nervosemente)

fiducial (1. founded on faith or trust; 2. Phys] (as in fiducial line) n fiducial

fiduciary (1. Rom. Law]; 2. founded on trust or confidence) adj fiduciari

fief, feudal estate n feudo

field (1. piece of land put to a particular use; 2. range of opportunity or interest; 3. Her/Paint]) n campo

  • (arable land) n agro
  • (enclosure) n campo
  • (enclosure) n clausura
  • (terrain) n campo
  • (terrain) n terra
  • ~ marshal, marshal n marechal
  • ~ marshal, marshal n marechal F]
  • ~ marshal's wife n marechala
  • ~ marshal's wife n marechala (-sh-)
  • n campo

fieldmouse [Zool] n campaniol

  • ~ , vole [Zool] n campaniol

fiend n demonio

fiendish adj demoniac

  • adj diabolic

fierce (angry) adj feroce

  • (angry) adj furiose
  • (as in a fierce animal) adj fer
  • (wild) adj feroce
  • (wrathful) adj feroce
  • (wrathful) adj infuriate

fierceness, ferocity n feritate

fiery adj ardente

  • ~ , of fire, producing fire adj pyric

fife (play the) v pipar

  • n pipa

fifteen adj dece-cinque

  • adj quindece
  • adj quindece (quìn-)
  • n dece-cinque

fifteenth adj dece-quinte

  • n dece-quinto

fifth adj quinte

  • n quinto

fiftieth adj cinquantesime

  • adj cinquantesime (-ésime)
  • adj quinquagesime
  • adj quinquagesime (-gé-)
  • n cinquantesimo

fifty adj cinquanta

  • n cinquanta

fig (fruit of the fig tree) n fico

  • n fico
  • ~ tree n fichiero

fight (show ~) v monstrar le dentes

  • (take part in a fight) v militar
  • ~ for, defend v propugnar
  • n combatto
  • n lucta
  • v pugnar
  • vi batter se
  • vi contender
  • vt combatter
  • vt combatter (con)
  • vt luctar
  • vt luctar (con)
  • ~ with, combat v combatter
  • ~ , combat n combatto
  • ~ , struggle n lucta
  • ~ , struggle v combatter
  • ~ , struggle v luctar

fighter (person) n combattente

  • (person) n luctator
  • (plane) n avion de combatto
  • (plane) n interceptor
  • n luctator

fighting adj combattente

  • n combattimento

fight-off v repulsar

  • ~ -off v resister a

figment n fingimento

figurant; 2. figurante [Theat] n figurante

figurate [Mus] adj figurate pp of figurar

figuration (representation in figures and shapes) n figuration

figurative (1. as in figurative design; 2. as in figurative sense) adj figurative

  • (language, style) adj figurate pp of figurar
  • adj figurative

figure (1. form, shape; 2. appearance; 3. person, character; 4. Art, etc]; 6 . Gram]; 6. Dancing, Skating, etc]; 7. figure of speech) n figura

  • (1. to represent in a picture; 2. to be conspicuous) v figurar
  • (appearance, person, shape) n figura
  • (illustration) n illustration
  • (number) n cifra
  • (symbol for a number) n cifra
  • v figurar
  • v figurar (se)

figurehead n Fig]

  • n Naut]

figure-out v calcular

figurine n figurina

Fiji [Geog] n Fiji

filament n filamento

filamentous adj filamentose

filaria [Zool] n filaria

filbert, hazelnut n avellana

file (as in wood file, metal file, nail file) n lima

  • (box) n classificator
  • (computer ~) n dossier
  • (cover) n classificator
  • (document) n dossier
  • (documents) v archivar
  • (documents) v classificar
  • (line of persons or things one behind another) n fila
  • (of persons) n fila
  • (patents) v depositar
  • (smooth with a file) v limar
  • (tool) n lima
  • (wood, metal) v limar
  • [Comp] n archivo
  • [Comp] n fila
  • [Comp] n fila (binari)
  • [Comp] n file
  • ~ dust, filings n limatura
  • ~ in archives v archivar
  • ~ off, defile [Mil] v defilar

file-away v junger al dossier

  • ~ -away v junger al dossier (de un affaire)

filer (one who smoothes with a file) n limator

filet, fillet [Cookery] n filet

  • ~ , fillet [Cookery] n filet F]

filial filial adj filial

  • n filial

filiation (1. genealogical relationship, descent; 2. connection) n filiation

filiciform adj filiciforme

filiform adj filiforme

filigree n filigrana

  • v filigranar

filing (smoothing with a file) n limatura

  • ~ cabinet (for cards) n cartotheca
  • ~ cabinet n mobile classificator
  • ~ in archives (action of) n archivamento
  • ~ n/pres part archivamento

filings n limatura

  • ~ , file dust n limatura

Filipino n philippino

  • ~ , Philippine adj philippin

fill (a tooth) Dent] v plumbar

  • (eat one's ~) v mangiar a satietate
  • (load) v cargar
  • (make full) v impler
  • (make full) v impler -pler/-plet-]
  • (make full) v plenar
  • (make full) vt plenar
  • (make full) vt reimpler
  • (teeth) v obturar
  • (teeth) v plumbar
  • (up, to overflowing) v cumular
  • ~ into containers v invasar
  • ~ up, fill v expler
  • ~ up, stuff v reimpler
  • ~ up, stuff v stipar
  • v tastar se
  • vi plenar
  • ~ with gold [Dent] v aurificar
  • ~ with mannerism, to make affected, to stylize v manierar
  • ~ , fill up v expler

fillet (adorn with a fillet) v filettar

  • (narrow ribbon) n filetto
  • n Cul]
  • v disossar
  • ~ , filet [Cookery] n filet F]

fill-in (a ditch) v reimpler

  • ~ -in (a form) v completar

filling (of teeth) n obturation

  • ~ station n station de gasolina

fill-out (a form) v completar

  • ~ -out (swell) v inflar

fill-up v reimpler al bordo

film (1. camera film; 2. moving picture) n film

  • (1. camera film; 2. moving picture) n film A]
  • (cine) n film
  • (gentile. and for still photos) n pellicula
  • (make a moving picture) v filmar
  • v filmar
  • ~ , camera film n pellicula

film-star n stella de cinema

film-strip n film fixe

filter again, strain again v recolar

  • n filtro
  • v filtrar
  • v filtrar (se)
  • ~ , strain v colar

filterable adj filtrabile

filtering, straining (process of) n colatura

filth n immunditia

  • ~ , dirt n immunditia

filthy adj immunde

filtration n filtration

fimbriate, border (finish with a) v fimbriar

fimbriation, bordering n fimbriation

fin n aletta

  • n pinna

final (decisive) adj decisive

  • (decisive) adj definitive
  • (exam) n examine final
  • (last) adj final
  • (last) adj ultime
  • (sport) n final
  • [Gram] n desinentia
  • [Gram] n termination
  • adj final
  • ~ , last adj supreme

finale n final

finalism [Philos] n finalismo

finalist [Philos] n finalista

finality n finalitate

finalize v completar

  • v mitter a puncto

finally adv finalmente

finance (provide money for) v financiar

  • n financia
  • v financiar

finance-company n compania de financiamento

financial adj financiari

financier n financiero

finch [Zool] n pincion

find n discoperta

  • ~ out v discoperir
  • v discoperir, trovar
  • v trovar
  • v trovar, discoperir

findable adj trovabile

  • ~ , be found adj trovabile

finder (one who finds or has found) n trovator

  • n trovator

findings (conclusions) n conclusiones

  • [Jur] n sententia
  • [Jur] n verdicto

fine (1. superior, excellent; 2. not coarse) adj fin

  • (fee, traffic ~) n mulcta
  • (good) adj belle
  • (good) adj bon
  • (not coarse) adj fin
  • (not coarse) adj pur
  • (not dense) adj fin
  • (not dense) adj rar
  • (of behaviour) adj admirabile
  • (of behaviour) adj nobile
  • (the weather is ~) phr il face belle tempore
  • v mulctar
  • ~ , exellent adj brave
  • ~ , mulct (as in fine of ten dollars) n mulcta
  • ~ , mulct v mulctar

fine-arts n belle artes

fineness n finessa

  • ~ of gold or silver [Assaying] n titulo
  • ~ of gold or silver [Assaying] n titulo (tì-)

finery n vestimentos del festa

finesse n finessa

  • ~ , subtlety n finessa

finger (point out) v appunctar

  • n digito de mano

finger-marks n tracias de manos

finger-nail n ungue

fingerprint identification, dactyloscopy n dactyloscopia

  • ~ identification, dactyloscopy n dactyloscopia (-ìa)
  • ~ -print n impression digital

finger-shaped, digitiform adj digitiforme

finger-tip n puncta del digito

finish (complete) v completar

  • (complete) v finir
  • (conclude) v concluder
  • (conclude) v finir
  • n conclusion
  • n fin
  • v finir

finished, completed adj clause

finisher n finitor

finite adj finite

  • adj finite (pp of finir)

Finland [Geog] n Finlandia

  • n Finlandia

finn n finno

  • n finno

finnish adj/n finlandese

  • ~ adj/n finnese
  • ~ finnese adj finnese

Finno-Ugrian n finno-ugriano

  • ~ -Ugrian, Finno-Ugric adj finnougrian

Finno-Ugric, Finno-Ugrian adj finnougrian

fiord n fiord

  • ~ , fjord n fiord
  • ~ , fjord n fiord Nor]

fir (1. fir-tree; 2. fir wood) n abiete

  • n abiete

fir-cone n pinea

  • ~ -cone n pinea (de abiete)

fire (1. as in fire and water; 2. gunfire) n foco

  • (accidental, damaging) n incendio
  • (catch ~) v prender foco
  • (destructive burning) n incendio
  • (dismiss) v dimitter
  • (gun) v discargar
  • (gun) v tirar
  • (set on ~) v conflagrar
  • (set on ~) v incendiar
  • (with enthusiasm) v inflammar
  • ~ at with mitraille v mitraliar
  • n foco
  • n igne
  • ~ worship, pyrolatry n pyrolatria
  • ~ worship, pyrolatry n pyrolatria (-ìa)
  • ~ worshiper, pyrolater n pyrolatra
  • ~ worshiper, pyrolater n pyrolatra (-ò-)
  • ~ worshipper n ignicola
  • ~ worshipper n ignicola (-ì-)
  • ~ , set on fire v inflammar

fire-alarm n alarma de incendios

fire-arm n arma de foco

fire-brigade (corpore de) n pumperos

fire-drill n exercitation del pumperos

fire-engine n pumpa de incendios

fire-escape n apparato de salvamento

  • ~ -escape n scala de salvamento

fire-extinguisher n extinctor

fire-guard n guardafoco

  • ~ , fender n guardafoco

fire-light n lumine del focar

fireman (member of a fire brigade) n pumpero

  • ~ -man (of fire brigade) n pumpero
  • ~ -man (stoker) n fochero

fireplace n camino

  • ~ -place n camino

fire-proof adj incombustibile

  • ~ , incombustible adj incombustibile

fire-side (seat) n sedia del camino

  • ~ -side (space by fire) n angulo del focar

fire-station n posto de pumperos

fire-works n focos de artificio

firing, shooting n tiro

firm (1. firm in texture; 2. firmly attached) adj firme

  • (business) n firma
  • (make ~) v firmar
  • (make ~) v solidar
  • (persevering) adj perseverante
  • (solid) adj solide
  • adj decise, firme
  • adj firme, decise
  • n firma
  • n interprisa

firmament n firmamento

firmly adv firmemente

firmness (strictness) n rigor

  • (strictness) n severitate

first (in rank, dignity, merit, etc) (the) n principe

  • (in rank, dignity, merit, etc) (the) n principe (prìn-)
  • adj primari
  • adj prime
  • adv in prime loco
  • adv primarimente
  • ~ fruit n primitia
  • ~ name n prenomine
  • ~ of all, first, in the first place adv primarimente
  • ~ , in the first place, first of all adv primarimente
  • ~ , prime adj prime

first-aid n prime succurso

first-born adj primogenite

  • ~ -born adj primogenite (-gé-)
  • ~ -born n primogenito

first-class adj/n de prime classe

  • ~ -class adj/n de prime ordine

first-hand adj de prime mano

firstly adv primemente

  • adv semel

first-person n prime persona

first-rate adj optime

first-world-war n prime guerra mundial

fisc, exchequer, treasury n fisco

fiscal (pertaining to the public treasury or revenue) adj fiscal

  • adj fiscal

fiscally adv fiscalmente

fiscal-year n anno fiscal

fish (catch or try to catch fish) v piscar

  • (caught) n pisce
  • (live) n pisce
  • n pisce
  • ~ pie, pasty, meat pie n pastata
  • v piscar

fishbone n spina

  • ~ -bone n spina
  • ~ -bone n spina (de pisce)

fish-eating, ichthyophagous adj ichthyophage

  • ~ -eating, ichthyophagous adj ichthyophage (-òfage)

fisher n piscator

fisherman n piscator

  • ~ -man n piscator

fish-finger n bastonetto de pisce

fish-glue, ichthyocol n ichthyocolla

fish-hook n hamo

  • ~ , hook n hamo

fishing ground n pischeria

  • ~ ground n pischeria (-ìa)
  • ~ ground, piscary n piscaria
  • n pisca

fishing-boat n barca de pisca

fishing-net n rete de pisca

fishing-rod n canna de pisca

fishing-tackle n apparatos de pisca

fishmarket n pischeria

  • n pischeria (-ìa)

fish-monger n venditor de pisces

fishpond n piscina

  • n vivario

fish-slice n paletta pro le pisce

fishy (smelling or tasting of fish) adj que odora o gusta de pisce

  • (suspicious) adj equivoc
  • (suspicious) adj suspecte

fissile adj fissile

fission n fission

fissiped, cloven-footed adj fissipede

  • ~ , cloven-footed adj fissipede (-ìpede)

fissure, cleft n fissura

fist n pugno

fit (healthy) adj in forma

  • (healthy) adj san
  • (of clothes) n adjustamento
  • (opportune) adj opportun
  • (outburst) n accesso
  • (outburst) n attacco
  • (suitable) adj apte
  • (suitable) adj convenibile
  • [Med] n convulsion
  • [Med] n paroxysmo
  • ~ to be seen, presentable adj monstrabile
  • ~ together, set up [Mach] v adjustar
  • vi vader ben
  • vi vader ben (a)
  • vt installar
  • vt provider
  • ~ , expedient, suitable adj expediente
  • ~ , expedient, suitable adj expediente (ppr of expedir)
  • ~ , suitable adj convenibile

fitness (physical) n sanitate

  • (suitability) n aptitude
  • (suitability) n capacitate

fitter [Tail. etc] n essayator

  • n adjustator
  • n montator

fitting (clothes) n essayage

  • adj appropriate
  • adj convenibile
  • ~ , trying on (of clothes) n essayage
  • ~ , trying on (of clothes) n essayage (-aje)

five adj cinque

  • n cinque

fivefold, quintuple adj quintuple

  • ~ , quintuple adj quintuple (quìn-)

five-oared quinquereme, quinquereme adj quinquereme

five-pointed star, pentacle n pentaculo

fix (1. to make firm, fasten; 2. to settle, set; 3. special: Chem/photog]) v fixar

  • ~ a handle to v immanicar
  • ~ beforehand v prefixar
  • ~ in, house, embed v incastrar
  • n difficultate
  • ~ one's eyes upon, glue one's eyes to v adocular
  • v fixar

fixable adj fixabile

fixation (1. act or process of fixing, of making firm; 2. special: Chem/Photog/Psychoanalysis]) n fixation

  • n fixation

fixative adj fixative

  • n fixativo

fixed adj fixe

fixer (one who fixes) n fixator

fixing one's eyes upon (action of) n adoculamento

  • ~ solution [Photog] n fixator

fixity (as in fixity of habits) n fixitate

fixture (permanent structure) n mobile fixe

  • (sport) n incontro sportive
  • (sport) n match

fizz v effervescer

fizzy adj effervescente

fjord, fiord n fiord

  • ~ , fiord n fiord Nor]

flabby adj flaccide

flabellate, flabelliform adj flabellate

flabellation n flabellation

flabelliform adj flabelliforme

  • ~ , flabellate adj flabellate

flabellum n flabello

flaccid adj flaccide

  • adj flaccide (flàc-)

flaccidity n flacciditate

flag n bandiera

  • v devenir lasse
  • v languer
  • ~ , banner n bandiera

flag-day n die de questa

flagellant n flagellante

flagellate, whip, scourge v flagellar

flagellated [Biol] adj flagellate

flagellation n flagellation

flagellator n flagellator

flagelliferous [Biol] adj flagellifere

flagelliform [Biol] adj flagelliforme

flagellum [Biol] n flagello

flagon n flasco

flag-pole n mast de bandiera

flagrance, flagrancy n flagrantia

flagrancy, flagrance n flagrantia

flagrant (as in flagrant offense) adj flagrante

  • (as in flagrant offense) adj flagrante (ppr of flagrar)
  • adj flagrante

flag-salute n salut

  • ~ -salute n salut (de bandiera)

flail n flagello

  • v flagellar
  • ~ , shell, thresh, thrash v disgranar

flailing, shelling, threshing (act of) n disgranamento

flair n flair

  • n flair F]

flake (small, light mass) n flocco

  • n flocco
  • ~ off v rumper se in floccos
  • v rumper se in floccos

flaky adj floccose

flambeau, torch n torcha

  • ~ , torch n torcha (-sha)

flamboyant adj extravagante

flame n flamma

  • ~ thrower [Mil] n lanceaflammas
  • ~ up v flammar
  • ~ up v inflammar
  • v flammar
  • ~ , blaze v flammar

flame-colored adj flammee

flaming adj flammee

  • ~ , bright adj flammante

flamingo [Zool] n flamingo

  • n flamingo

flammable adj flammabile

flan [Cooking] n flaon

  • n flaon

Flanders n Flandra

flank (1. Mil] (protect the flank of; 2. to be situated at the flank or side of) v flancar

  • n flanco
  • v flancar

flannel adj de flanella

  • n flanella

flap (be in a ~) v esser agitate

  • n battente
  • n valva
  • v batter

flare (flash) n flamma subite

  • (flash) n flamma subite (o vacillante)
  • (signal) n rochetto de signalamento
  • v flammar

flare-up v inflammar se

flash (emit flashes as of lightningj) v fulgurar

  • (of light) n fulgure
  • (photog) n flash
  • ~ back, reflect v refulger
  • v fulgurar
  • ~ , lighten, fulgurate v fulger

flash-back n scena retrospective

flash-bulb n ampulla flash

flash-light (photog) n flash

  • ~ -light (torch) n lampa de tasca

flask (1. flask for wine; 2. powder flask) n flasco

  • n ampulla
  • n flasco
  • ~ , phial n ampulla

flat (dwelling) n appartamento

  • (level) adj plan
  • (level) adj platte
  • (puncture) n panna de pneu
  • [Mus] adv false
  • [Mus] n bemolle
  • [Mus] n falso
  • ~ , apartment n appartamento
  • ~ , even, homaloidal [Math] adj homaloide
  • ~ , insipid adj insipide
  • ~ , insipid adj insipide (-sì-)
  • ~ , level adj platte
  • ~ , level, plane adj plan

flat-fish n platessa

  • ~ , plaice n platessa

flatfoot, platypodia [Med] n platypodia

  • ~ , platypodia [Med] n platypodia (-ìa)

flatfooted [Med] adj platypode

  • [Med] adj platypode (-ìpode)
  • ~ -footed adj/n con pedes platte

flatheaded, platycephalic, platycephalous [Med/Anthropol] adj platycephale

flat-headedness, platycephaly [Med/Anthropol] n platycephalia

  • ~ -headedness, platycephaly [Med/Anthropol] n platycephalia (-ìa)

flatness (evenness) n planessa

  • (monotony) n monotonia
  • (of taste) n insipiditate

flat-tailed, platurous [Zool] adj platyure

flatten (make flat, bring level) v applattar

  • v applanar
  • v applattar
  • ~ , smooth, plane v applanar

flattening, smoothing, planing (act of) n applanamento

flatter v adular

  • v blandir
  • v flattar

flatterer [Fem] adulatrice

  • [Masc] adulator
  • n blanditor
  • n flattator
  • n incensator

flattering (as in flattering words) adj blande

  • adj blande
  • adj complimentari
  • ~ , complimentary adj complimentari

flattery n adulation

  • n blandimento
  • n flatteria
  • n flatteria (-ìa)

flatting mill, rolling mill n laminatorio

flatulence n flatulentia

  • ~ , flatulency n flatulentia
  • ~ , flatulency n flatuositate
  • ~ , ventosity n ventositate

flatulency, flatulence n flatulentia

  • ~ , flatulence n flatuositate

flatulent (1. affected with flatus; 2. causing flatus) adj flatulente

  • adj flatulente
  • ~ , causing flatulence n flatuose
  • ~ , ventose adj ventose

flatus (gas generated in the stomach or bowels) n flato

flatworm, planarian, platyhelminth [Zool] n plathelminthe

flaunt v ostentar

flautist n flautista

flavipes [Zooh] adj flavipede

  • [Zooh] adj flavipede (-ì-)

flavor with anise v anisar

  • ~ , flavour n condimentar
  • ~ , flavour n gusto
  • ~ , flavour n sapor
  • ~ , taste, savor n sapor

flaw n defecto

  • n imperfection

flawless adj perfecte

  • adj sin defecto

flax (1. Bot]; 2. fibres of the flax plant) n lino

  • n lino

flay v excoriar

flea n pulice

  • n pulice (pù-)

fleck n macula

  • n particula

flecked, spotted, speckled adj maculate

  • ~ , spotted, speckled adj maculate (pp of macular)

flection, flexion (1. act of flexing; 2. Gram] (inflection) n flexion

flectional, flexional [Gram] adj flexional

flee again v refugir

  • ~ back v refugir
  • v fugir

fleece (coat of wool that covers a sheep or simiar animal) n tonsion

  • (rob) v robar
  • (sheep) v tonder
  • n tonsion

fleet n flotta

  • ~ , nimble, agile adj legier
  • ~ , nimble, agile adj legier (-jér)

fleeting adj fugace

  • ~ , transient, transitory adj fugace

fleetness, nimbleness, agility n legieressa

  • ~ , nimbleness, agility n legieressa (-jer-)

fleming n flamingo

  • n flamingo

Flemish (language) n flamingo

  • adj flaminge
  • adj flaminge
  • n flamingo

flesh n carne

fleshcolored adj incarnate

  • adj incarnate (pp of incarnar)

fleshiness n carnositate

fleshless adj discarnate

  • adj discarnate (pp of discarnar)

flesh-pink, rosy, incarnadine adj incarnatin

fleshy adj carnose

  • adj carnute

fleuron (flower-shaped ornament) n floron

flex n flexo

  • v flecter

flexibility n flexibilitate

flexible adj flexibile

flexion, flection (1. act of flexing; 2. Gram] (inflection) n flexion

flexional, flectional [Gram] adj flexional

flexuosity, flexuousness n flexuositate

flexuous, flexuose adj flexuose

flexure (act of flexing) n flexura

flick n colpetto

  • n movimento rapide
  • v facer saltar con un colpetto

flicker n tremor

  • n tremor (leve)
  • v tremular
  • v vacillar

flickering, shaking (act of) n vacillation

  • ~ , shaking adj vacillatori

flight (1. action or manner of flying; 2. distance covered in flying) n volo

  • (act of fleeing) n fuga
  • (act of fleeing) n fugita
  • (as in the flight of a shot, within an eagle's flight) n volata
  • (escape) n fugita
  • (of birds) n volante
  • (of birds) n volo
  • (of bullet) n trajectoria
  • (of stairs) n rampa
  • ~ feather n penna

flimsy adj legier

  • adj pauco solide

flinch v facer un grimasse de dolor

  • v recular

fling v jectar

  • v lancear
  • ~ , hurl v lancear

flinging, hurling (action of) n lanceamento

fling-off v jectar via

fling-open v aperir energicamente

flint n flint

  • n flint A]
  • n silice
  • n silice (sì-)

flip n colpetto

  • v colpar legiermente

flippancy n manco de serio

flippant adj legier

  • adj pauco serie

Flipper (a dolphin) n le delphino Flipper

  • n aleta

flirt (act of flirting) n flirt

  • (act of flirting) n flirt A]
  • (play at courtship) v flirtar
  • n coquetta
  • n flirtator
  • v flirtar

flirtation n flirtation

  • ~ , love affair n amoretto

flirtatious adj flirtose

flit v papilionar

  • ~ , flutter v papilionar

flitch n latere de porco

flitter v revolver

flnalist n finalista

float (in the water, the air) v flottar

  • n flottator
  • v flottar
  • v natar
  • v vogar
  • ~ , drift, sail, move v vogar

floatability n flottabilitate

floatable adj flottabile

floatation, flotation (act of floating) n flottation

floater (one who or that which floates) n flottator

floating, buoyant adj boiante

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

floc [Chem] n floculo

floccose [Bot] adj floccose

  • adj floccose

flocculate [Chem] adj flocculate

  • [Chem] vi floccular

flocculation n flocculation

flocculent (wooly) adj flocculente

  • [Chem] adj flocculente

flocculus (flake) n flocco

  • n flocculo

floccus n flocco

flock (of sheep) n grege

  • (of wool) n flocco
  • (tuft of wool) n flocco
  • ~ or herd (collect into a) v gregar
  • v affluer
  • ~ , herd, drove n grege
  • ~ , throng, crowd (a place) v affluer
  • ~ , throng, crowd (a place) v affluer -flu-/-flux-]

flock-together v attruppar se

floe n blocco de glacie flottante

flog v flagellar

  • ~ , beat, whip v verberar

flogging n flagellation

flong [Print] n flaon

flood (of water) n inundation

  • (surge) n diluvio
  • (surge) n torrente
  • v inundar
  • ~ , flow n flucto
  • ~ , inundate v inundar
  • ~ , inundation n inundation

floodgate, sluice n esclusa

floodlight n illumination de projectores

  • v illuminar con projectores

floor (ground) n pavimento

  • (ground) n solo
  • (of stones, tiles) n pavimento
  • (storey) n etage
  • (storey) n plano
  • (the floor of a room) n solo
  • v consternar
  • ~ , story n etage
  • ~ , story n etage F]

floor-board n tabula de pavimento

flop (failure) n fiasco

  • (noise) n ruito surde
  • v faller

flop-down v cader pesantemente

flophouse n albergo de mal reputation

  • n pension de mal morte

floppy adj flaccide

  • adj multo flexibile

floppy-disk [Comp] n dischetta

Flora [Rom. Rel] n Flora

  • n flora

floral [Bot] adj floral

  • adj floral

Florence n Florentia

Florentine adj florentin

  • n florentino

floret, floscule [Bot] n flosculo

florid (of complexion) adj rubicunde

  • (of style) adj floride

Florida n Florida

floridity n floriditate

florin n florino

florist (one who sells flowers) n florista

  • n florista

floscule, floret [Bot] n flosculo

flosculous [Bot] adj flosculose

flotant, swimming adj flottante

  • ~ , swimming adj flottante (ppr of flottar)

flotation, floatation (act of floating) n flottation

flotilla n flottilia

flounder (specie de) n platessa

  • v proceder con difficultate

flour (convert into flour) v farinar

  • (sprinkle or cover with flour) v infarinar
  • ~ bin n fariniera
  • ~ merchant n farinero
  • n farina
  • ~ storehouse n fariniera
  • ~ , meal n farina

flourish (gesture) n grande gesto

  • (written) n parapho
  • [Mus] floritura
  • v florar
  • v florer
  • v florescer
  • vi florer
  • vi florescer
  • vi prosperar
  • vt agitar

flourishing (state of) n florimento

  • ~ , healthy, vigorous adj vegete
  • ~ , healthy, vigorous adj vegete (vé-)

floury adj farinose

flout v disobedir a

  • v tractar sin respecto

flow (1. flowing; 2. flow of the tide) n fluxo

  • (into) v affluer
  • (into) v affluer -flu-/-flux-]
  • ~ down v defluer
  • ~ forth v effluer
  • n fluxo
  • ~ together v confluer
  • v fluer
  • v fluer flu-/fluct-/flux-]
  • ~ , flood n flucto
  • ~ , trickle v manar

flower (1. blossom; 2. flowering plant; 3. the best part) n flor

  • n flor
  • ~ pattern, branched pattern n ramage
  • ~ pattern, branched pattern n ramage (-aje)
  • v florer
  • v florescer
  • ~ , bloom v florar
  • ~ , bloom v florer
  • ~ , bloom v florescer

flower-bed n parterre

flower-bud n button del flor

flowering, blooming (state of) n florimento

  • ~ , blossoming (act or state of) n floration

flower-pot n vaso a flores

flower-shop n boteca de florista

  • ~ -shop n floreria

flowery (1. abounding in flowers; 2. Rhet] (florid) adj floride

flowing into (action of) n imbuccamento

  • ~ , running adj currente

flu n influenza

fluctuant adj fluctuante

  • adj fluctuante (ppr of fluctuar)

fluctuate v fluctuar

fluctuation (1. continual change; 2. Pathol]) n fluctuation

  • n fluctuation

flue n tubo de camino

  • n tubo de organo

fluency n fluentia

fluent (be - in) v dominar

  • adj eloquente
  • adj fluente
  • adj fluente (ppr of fluer)

fluently adv con fluentia

  • adv facilemente

fluff n lanugine

fluffy adj lanuginose

fluid adj fluide

  • adj fluide (flù-)
  • n fluido
  • n fluido (flù-)

fluidification n fluidification

fluidify, render fluid v fluidificar

fluidity n fluiditate

fluoresce v fluorescer

fluorescence n fluorescentia

fluorescent adj fluorescente

  • adj fluorescente (ppr of fluorescer)

fluoric adj fluoric

fluoride [Chem] n fluoruro

  • n fluoruro

fluorine [Chem] n fluor

  • [Chem] n fluor (-òr)

fluorite [Mineral] n fluorita

fluoroscope n fluoroscopio

fluoroscopic adj fluoroscopic

fluoroscopy n fluoroscopia

  • n fluoroscopia (-ìa)

flush (abundant) adj abundante

  • (cards) n flush
  • (flow) n fluxo subite
  • (level) adj nivellate
  • (of lavatory) v functionar
  • (redden) vi rubescer
  • (redness) n rubor
  • (redness) n rubor (del facie)
  • vt lavar con aqua currente

flushed adj excitate

fluster n agitation

  • v confunder

flute (1. to play on a flute; 2. to play, whistle, or sing with a note like that of a flute) v flautar

  • [Mus] n flauta
  • n flauta
  • ~ , fluting (of a column) Arch] n cannellatura
  • ~ , groove, channel v cannellar

fluted, grooved adj cannellate

  • ~ , grooved adj cannellate (ppr of cannellar)

fluting [Arch] n canal

  • ~ , flute (of a column) Arch] n cannellatura

flutist n flautista

flutter (agitation) n agitation

  • (beat irregularly) vi palpitar
  • (of wings) n movimento
  • (of wings) vi papilionar
  • vt agitar
  • vt batter
  • ~ , flit v papilionar

fluvial adj fluvial

  • ~ , fluviatile adj fluviatile

fluviatile, fluvial adj fluviatile

flux [Med] n fluxo

  • n flucto
  • n fluxo

fluxion [Math/Pathol] n fluxion

fly (as in birds fly) v volar

  • (escape) v escappar
  • (flee) v fugir
  • (in air) vi volar
  • (of flag) v flottar
  • (pilot) vt pilotar
  • (rush) v precipitar se
  • [Entom] n musca
  • ~ again v revolvar
  • ~ back v revolvar
  • n musca

fly-away v partir

  • ~ -away v partir (volante)

fly-back v retornar

  • ~ -back v retornar (volante)

flying adj volatile

  • ~ animal, winged creature n volatile

fly-off v comenciar volar

  • ~ -off v projectar se in le aere

fly-over n ponte superior

fly-up v montar

  • ~ -up v montar (volante)

flywheel n volante

foal n asino neonate

  • n cavallo neonate
  • n pullo

foam (form or gather foam) v scumar

  • n scuma
  • n spuma
  • v scumar
  • v spumar
  • ~ , froth n spuma
  • ~ , froth, spume (form or gather foam or froth) v spumar
  • ~ , scum n scuma

foaminess n spumositate

foaming, foamy adj spumose

  • ~ , scummy adj scumose

foamy, foaming adj spumose

  • ~ , spumiferous adj spumifere

focal adj focal

focalize, focus (bring to a focus) v focalisar

focus (optics) n foco

  • (optics) v focalisar
  • n centro
  • n foco
  • v concentrar
  • ~ , focalize (bring to a focus) v focalisar

fodder n forrage

foe n adversario

  • n inimico

foetus n feto

  • ~ , fetus n feto

fog n bruma

  • n nebula
  • ~ , mist, brume n bruma
  • ~ , mist, haze n nebula
  • ~ , mist, haze n nebula (né-)

foggy adj brumose

  • adj nebulose
  • ~ , misty, brumous adj brumose

fog-horn n sirena

  • ~ -horn n sirena (de nebula)

foible adj puncto debile

foil (1. Arch]; 2. as in tin foil) n folio

  • (contrast) n contrasto
  • (leaf, thin sheet) n folio
  • (leaf, thin sheet) n folio (de auro o de altere metallo)
  • [Fencing] n floretto
  • v frustrar
  • ~ , tinsel n auripelle

foist v imponer

  • v incargar

fold (doubling) n plica

  • (for sheep) n ovil
  • ~ up (make smaller by folding) v replicar
  • v plicar
  • v plicar (se)
  • ~ , pleat n plica
  • ~ , pleat v plicar
  • ~ , wrinkle, crease n ruga

folder (for papers) n camisa

  • (printed) n prospecto

folding adj abundante

  • adj plicabile
  • ~ screen n paravento
  • ~ up (act of) n replicamento

foliaceous [Bot] adj foliacee

foliage n foliage

  • n foliage (-aje)

foliation (leafing out of plants) n foliation

folio (book in folio) n in-folio

  • (large sheet of paper folded once) n folio

foliole (leaflet) Bot] n foliolo

  • (leaflet) Bot] n foliolo (-ì-)

folious, foliose [Bot] adj foliose

folk n nation

  • n populo

folk-dance n dansa traditional

folklore n folklore

  • n folklore A]

folklorist n folklorista

folk-song n canto traditional

folk-tale n legenda traditional

follicle [Bot/Anat] n folliculo

follicular adj follicular

folliculose, folliculous adj folliculose

follow (copy) v imitar

  • (go after) vt sequer
  • (understand) v comprender
  • ~ next v subsequer
  • v sequer
  • v sequer sequ-/secut-]
  • vi resultar

follower n adherente

  • n discipulo
  • n imitator

following (after) adj sequente

  • ~ , coming after adj postere
  • ~ , next adj sequente
  • ~ , next adj sequente (ppr of sequer)

follow-up n consecution

folly n follia

  • n follia (-ìa)

foment (1. Med]; 2. as in to foment rebellion) v fomentar

fomentation (1. Med]; 2. stirring up of discontent, rebellion) n fomentation

  • [Med] n fomento

fomenter (1. Med]; 2. as in a fomenter of rebellion) n fomentator

fomes [Med] n fomite

  • [Med] n fomite (fò-)

fond (be - of) v affectionar

  • (be - of) v amar
  • adj affectionate
  • adj tenere

fondant n fondant

  • n fondant F]

fondle v caressar

  • v palpar

fondness n affection

  • n teneressa

font (baptismal) n fonte

  • n fonte

fontal (1. source, of the scource) adj fontal

  • ~ , fountain adj fontanari

fontanelle, fontanel [Anat] n fontanella

food (dish of) n vivanda

  • n alimento
  • n mangiar
  • n mangiar (-jàr)
  • n nutrimento
  • ~ , sustenance n victo

fool (buffoon) n buffon

  • (dolt) n idiota
  • (dolt) n imbecille
  • (make a - of oneself) v render se ridicule
  • v dupar

foolish adj fatue

  • adj imprudente
  • adj insensate
  • adj insipiente
  • ~ , fatuous adj fatue
  • ~ , insensate, senseless adj insensate

foolishness n imprudentia

  • n insipientia
  • ~ , ignorance, stupidity n nescietate

fool's gold, pyrite, iron pyrites [Mineral] n pyrite

foot (1. foot of man or animal) n pede

  • (of a pillar or mast) n calce
  • ~ bath, pediluvium [Med] n pediluvio
  • n pede

foot-ball (ball) n ballon

  • ~ -ball (ball) n ballon (de football)
  • ~ -ball (game) n football
  • n football
  • n football A]

foot-baller (player) n footballero

foot-bridge n passerella

  • ~ -bridge n ponte pro pedones

footgear, footwear n calceatura

foot-hold n puncto de appoio

  • ~ -hold n puncto de appoio (pro le pedes)

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

foot-lights n lumines del proscenio

footman, valet, lackey n lacai

  • ~ , valet, lackey n lacai (-ài)

foot-note n nota al pede del pagina

foot-path n sentiero

foot-print n impression del pede

  • n vestigio

foot-step n passo

foot-the-bill v pagar le conto

foot-wear n calceatura

  • ~ , footgear n calceatura

for (1. not against; 2. in place of, in exchange or return for) prep por

  • (1. not against; 2. in place of, in exchange or return for) prep pro
  • (as ~) prep quanto a
  • (during) prep durante
  • (on behalf of, in exchange for) prep pro
  • (since) prep depost
  • ~ a long time, long adv longemente
  • ~ conj nam
  • ~ or pertaining to ashes, cinerary adj cinerari
  • ~ the most part, commonly, usually adv plurimo
  • ~ the most part, commonly, usually adv plurimo (plù-)
  • ~ the rest, besides adv cetero
  • ~ the rest, besides adv cetero (cé-)

forage (1. fodder, feed; 2. act of providing fodder) (-aje) n forrage

  • (rove in search of forage or provisions) v forragiar
  • (rove in search of forage or provisions) v forragiar (-ajar)
  • n forrage
  • v forragiar

forager n forragiator

  • n forragiator (-aja-)

Foraminifera [Zool] n foraminiferos

  • [Zool] n foraminiferos (-ìferos)

for-bear v abstiner se

  • ~ -bear v abstiner se (de)

forbearance, longanimity, long-suffering n longanimitate

forbearing, longanimous, long-suffering adj longanime

  • ~ , longanimous, long-suffering adj longanime (-gà-)

forbid v prohiber

  • ~ , prohibit v prohibir

forbidding adj menaciante

  • adj sever

force (1. bodily strength; 2. as in force of character; 3. power, violence, or constraint exerted upon a person or thing; 4. Phys]) n fortia

  • (armed -s) n fortias armate
  • (in ~) phr in vigor
  • ~ by threats v concuter
  • ~ by threats v concuter -cut-/-cuss-]
  • n fortia
  • v fortiar
  • v obligar
  • ~ , compel v compulsar
  • ~ , compel, necessitate (make necessary) v necessitar

forceful adj energic

  • adj vigorose

forcemeat, stuffing [Cookery] n farce

  • ~ , stuffing [Cookery] n farce F]

forceps (dental) n pincia

  • (obstetrical) n forcipe
  • (obstetrical) n forcipe (fòr-)

forcer (one who forces) n fortiator

forcible adj per fortia

forcing (act of) n fortiamento

ford n vado

  • v transir per un vado
  • ~ , wade through v vadar

fordable adj vadabile

fore (the ~) phr a prime rango

  • ~ adj/adv anterior
  • n proa

forearm n antebracio

  • ~ -arm n antebracio

fore-cast (weather ~) n bulletin meteorologic

  • ~ -cast n prevision
  • ~ -cast n prognostico
  • ~ -cast v previder
  • ~ -cast v prognosticar

fore-court n cortil

fore-father n ancestre

  • ~ -father n atavo
  • ~ , ancestor n atavo
  • ~ , ancestor n atavo (à-)

fore-finger n digito indice

fore-front n prime rango

fore-go v abstiner se de

  • ~ -go v renuntiar

fore-gone adj inevitabile

  • ~ -gone adj predeterminate

fore-ground n prime plano

fore-hand (sport) n colpo directe

  • ~ -hand (superiority) n position superior

forehead n fronte

  • ~ -head n fronte

foreign (as in foreign countries) adj estranie

  • (as in foreign countries) adj extere
  • adj estranie
  • adj estranier
  • ~ countries n extero
  • ~ countries n extero (éx-)
  • ~ lands, foreign parts n estraniero
  • ~ parts, foreign lands n estraniero

foreigner n estraniero

  • ~ , stranger n estraniero

foreknow v precognoscer

  • v precognoscer -gnosc-/-gnit-]

fore-leg n gamba anterior

fore-man n chef de equipa

  • ~ -man n prime obrero

fore-most adj prime

  • ~ -most adj principal

forename (first name) n prenomine

forensic adj forense

foreplay n comportamento sexual

forerunner n heraldo

  • n precursor
  • ~ , harbinger, precursor n precursor

foresee v previder

  • v previder -vid-/-vis-/-vist-]
  • ~ , see beforehand v provider
  • ~ , see beforehand v provider -vid-/-vis-/-vist-]

foreseeable adj previsibile

foreseeing (having foresight) adj previdente

  • (having foresight) adj previdente (ppr of previder)
  • ~ , prophetic adj presage

foreseen adj previste

  • ~ , expected adj provise

foreshadow v augurar

  • v presagir
  • ~ , prefigure v prefigurar

foresight (faculty of foreseeing) n previdentia

  • n prevision
  • n prudentia
  • ~ , prevision n prevision

foresking n prepucio

forest n foreste

  • n silva
  • v forestar
  • ~ , sylvatic adj silvatic
  • ~ , wood adj silvestre
  • ~ , wood n silva

forestal adj forestal

fore-stall v anticipar

  • ~ -stall v prefigurar
  • v prevenir
  • ~ -stall v prevenir
  • v prevenir -ven-/-vent-]

forester (officer having charge of a forest) n forestero

  • n forestero
  • ~ , silviculturist n silvicultor

forestry n foresteria

  • n foresteria (-ìa)
  • n silvicultura
  • ~ , silviculture n silvicultura

foretell v predicer

  • ~ , prophesy v prophetisar

forethought n premeditation

  • n previdentia

forever adv sempre

forewarn, admonish beforehand v premoner

  • ~ , warn, caution v prevenir
  • ~ , warn, caution v prevenir -ven-/-vent-]

foreword n prefacio

forfeit (fine) n mulcta

  • (fine) n pena
  • (racing) n forfeit
  • [Horse Racing] n forfeit
  • [Horse Racing] n forfeit A]
  • v perder per confiscation

forge (as in to forge chains) v forgiar

  • (as in to forge chains) v forgiar (-jar)
  • (documents) v falsificar
  • (form by heating and hammering) v fabricar
  • (metal) v fabricar
  • (metal) v forgiar
  • n forgia
  • ~ , smithy n fabrica
  • ~ , smithy n fabrica (fà-)
  • ~ , smithy n forgia
  • ~ , smithy n forgia (forja)

forge-ahead v avantiar constantemente

forged, counterfeit adj contrafacte

forger (one who commits forgery) n falsario

forgery (1. counterfeiting; 2. counterfeit) n contrafaction

  • n falsification
  • n falso

forget (duties) v negliger

  • (fail to remember) v oblidar
  • v oblidar
  • ~ , unlearn v disapprender

forgetful adj negligente

  • adj obliviose

forgetfulness n oblido

  • n oblivion

forget-me-not [Bot] n non-me-oblida

  • ~ -me-not, myosotis [Bot] n myosotis
  • ~ -me-not, myosotis [Bot] n myosotis (-sò-)

forgive v pardonar

  • ~ , pardon v pardonar

forgiveness n pardono

  • ~ , pardon n pardono

for-go, fore- v abstiner se de

  • ~ -go, fore- v renuntiar

fork (1. as in pitchfork) n furca

  • (1. to manipulate with a fork; 2. to give the shape of a fork to; 3. to be or turn fork-shaped) v furcar
  • (as in knife and fork) n furchetta
  • (cutlery) n furchetta
  • (in road) n bifurcation
  • (tool) n furca
  • v bifurcar se

forked, fork-shaped adj furcate

forkful (of hay, food etc.) n furcata

fork-shaped, forked adj furcate

forlorn adj abandonate

  • adj desolate

form (1. to shape, make; 2. to make up, constitute) v formar

  • (constitute) v constituer
  • (printed) n formulario
  • (shape) n forma
  • (shape, set up) v formar
  • ~ an abscess, turn into an abscess v absceder
  • ~ an abscess, turn into an abscess v absceder -ced-/-cess-]
  • ~ into a body v corporar
  • ~ into bundles, fagot v fagottar
  • ~ octaves v octavar
  • ~ or be formed into a trade-union v syndicar
  • ~ , blank n formulario
  • ~ , shape n faction
  • ~ , shape n forma
  • ~ , shape v conformar
  • ~ , shape, configure v configurar

formal adj formal

  • ~ Herce: formalismo adj formal

formalism n formalismo

formalist n formalista

formality (conventional form) n formalitate

  • n ceremonia
  • n formalitate

formally adv formalmente

format n formato

  • v formatar un dischetta
  • v initiar un dischetta

formation n formation

formative adj formative

former (earlier) adj anterior

  • (earlier) adj precedente
  • (earlier) adj previe
  • (female first of two) adj illa
  • (first of two) (the) dem adj ille
  • (male first of two) adj ille
  • (neuter first of two) adj illo
  • (person or machine) n formator
  • (the) (first of two) dem adj celle
  • ~ communist, ex-communist n ex-communista
  • ~ husband, ex-husband n ex-marito
  • ~ minister, ex-minister [Pol] n ex-ministro

formerly adv previemente

  • ~ , at one time n vice
  • ~ , before adv anteriormente
  • ~ , once adv olim
  • ~ , once adv olim (ò-)
  • ~ , previously, before adv antea

formic (as in formic acid) Chem] adj formic

formicant (as in formicant pulse) Med] adj formicante

  • (as in formicant pulse) Med] adj formicante (ppr of formicar)

formicate, swarm (like ants) v formicar

formicide n formicida

formicivorous adj formicivore

formidable adj formidabile

formula n formula

formulary (collection of formulas) n formulario

formulate v formular

formulation (of a problem) n enunciato

fornicate v fornicar

fornicator n fornicator

fornicatrix n fornicatressa

forsake v abandonar

  • v renunciar
  • ~ , abandon v derelinquer
  • ~ , abandon v derelinquer -linqu-/-lict-]

for-sale n in vendita

forsworn, perjured adj perjur

forsythia [Bot] n forsythia

fort n fortalessa

  • n forte
  • ~ , garrison n presidio

fortalice, small fort n fortino

forte (strong point) n forte

  • [Mus] adv forte
  • [Mus] n forte
  • n forte

forth (and so ~) phr et cetera

  • adv in avante

forth-coming (come) adj imminente

  • ~ -coming (come) adj proxime
  • ~ -coming (friendly) adj affabile

forth-right adj directe

  • ~ -right adj franc

forth-with adv immediatemente

  • ~ , immediately after, just after adv subinde

fortieth adj quarantesime

  • adj quarantesime (-ésime)
  • adj quaresime
  • adj quaresime (-ésime)
  • n quarantesimo

fortifiable adj fortificabile

fortification [Mil] n fortification

  • n fortification

fortifier, tonic n fortificante

fortify (as in to fortify a city) v munir

  • ~ in advance v premunir
  • v fortificar
  • ~ , strengthen (again) v reconfortar
  • ~ , strengthen v confortar

fortitude n fortitude

fort-night n duo septimanas

fortress n fortalessa

fortuitous adj fortuite

  • adj fortuite (-ù-)

fortuitousness n casualitate

fortunate (favored by fortune) adj fortunate

  • adj fortunate
  • ~ , happy adj felice

fortunately adv fortunatemente

fortune (1. chance, luck; 2. wealth, riches) n fortuna

  • n fortuna
  • ~ teller (using playing cards) n cartomante
  • ~ telling, cartomancy (by means of playing cards) n cartomantia
  • ~ telling, cartomancy (by means of playing cards) n cartomantia (-ìa)

fortune-teller (clairvoyant) n vidente

  • ~ -teller (palmist) n chiromante
  • ~ -teller (with cards) n cartomante

forty adj quaranta

  • n quaranta

forum (1. public place; 2. court, tribunal) n foro

  • n foro

forward (advanced) adj avantiate

  • (precocious) adj precoce
  • (too bold) adj impertinente
  • adv in avante
  • ~ , send on v reexpedir

forwarding, sending on n reexpedition

forwards adv in avante

fossa [Anat] n fossa

fosse, ditch, trench, moat n fossato

fossette, dimple n fossetta

fossil adj fossile

  • ~ adj/n fossile
  • n fossile

fossiliferous adj fossilifere

fossilization n fossilisation

fossilize v fossilisar

fossor [Eccl] n fossor

fossorial, digging adj fossori

foster (encourage) v favorir

  • (encourage) v incoragiar
  • (rear) v elevar
  • (rear) v nutrir

foster-child n infante adoptive

foster-father n patre adoptive

foster-mother n matre adoptive

foster-parents n parentes adoptive

foul (dirty) adj impur

  • (disgusting) adj disgustose
  • (disgusting) adj infecte
  • (of weather) adj execrabile
  • (of weather) adj horribile
  • (offensive to the senses) adj infecte
  • (smelly) adj fetide
  • (sport) n falta
  • v contaminar

foulard n foulard

  • n foulard F]

foulplay (crime) n comportamento criminal

  • (crime) n violentia criminal
  • (sport) n comportamento illicite
  • (sport) n joco illicite

found (establish) v establir

  • (establish) v fundar
  • (lay the foundation of) v fundar
  • ~ , base v basar
  • ~ , cast [Metal] v funder
  • ~ , cast [Metal] v funder fund-/fus-]

foundation (1. action of founding; 2. endowed institution) n fundation

  • n fundamento
  • n fundo
  • ~ , base n fundamento
  • ~ , basis n base
  • ~ , establishment (of an office)) n erection

founder (collapse) v faller

  • (sink) v affundar se
  • n fundator
  • ~ , establisher (of an institution) n instaurator
  • ~ , institutor n institutor

foundry (establishment where founding of metal is carried on) n funderia (-ìa)

  • (establishment where founding of metal is carried on) n funderia
  • n funderia

fountain (artificially produced jet of water) n fontana

  • n fontana
  • ~ , fontal adj fontanari

fountaineer n fontanero

fountain-pen n pluma stylographic

four (numeral) n quatro

  • (on all -s) phr a quatro patas
  • adj quatro
  • adj quattuor
  • adj quattuor (quàt-)

four-footed, quadruped adj quadrupede

  • ~ -footed, quadruped adj quadrupede (-drù-)

four-oared quadrireme, quadrireme adj quadrireme

four-sided, quadrilateral adj quadrilatere

four-teen (numeral) n dece-quatro

  • adj dece-quatro
  • adj quattuordece
  • adj quattuordece (-òr-)

four-teenth (ordinal) adj dece-quarte

  • adj dece-quarte

fourth (ordinal) adj quarte

  • (ordinal) n quarto
  • [Mus] n quarta
  • adj quarte

fowl (domestic) n gallina(s)

  • (domestic) n pullo(s)
  • n ave, aves

fox n vulpe

  • v mystificar

fox-glove n digital

  • ~ , digitalis [Bot] n digital

fox-hole n fossa excavate pro protection contra le foco inimic

fox-hound n can de chassa al vulpes

fox-hunting n chassa al vulpes

fox-terrier n fox-terrier

  • ~ -terrier n fox-terrier A]

fox-trot n fox-trot

foyer n foyer

  • n vestibulo

fraction n fraction

fractional adj fractional

  • adj fractionari

fracture n fractura

  • n fractura se
  • v fracturar
  • ~ , break into pieces v dispeciar

fracturing, breaking into pieces (act of) n dispeciamento

fraenum, frenum [Med] n freno

fragile (easily broken) adj fragile

  • adj fragile

fragility n fragilitate

fragment n clasma

  • n fragmento

fragmentary adj fragmentari

fragmentation n fragmentation

fragmentize v fragmentar

fragrance n fragrantia

  • n olentia

fragrant adj fragrante

  • adj olente
  • adj olente (ppr of oler)
  • ~ , aromatic adj aromatic

frail (1. having a delicate structure or constitution, fragile; 2. morally weak) adj fragile

  • (delicate) adj delicate
  • (delicate) adj fragile
  • [Med] debile
  • ~ , infirm adj infirme

frailty (1. frailness; 2. moral weakness) n fragilitate

frambesia, yaws [Pathol] n frambesia

frame (as in to frame a picture) v inquadrar

  • (body) n corpore
  • (crime) v incriminar per medio de un stratagema
  • (framework) n armatura
  • (framework) n structura
  • (human) n membratura
  • (of a picture, etc) n quadro
  • (of bicycle) n quadro
  • (of bicycle) n structura
  • (of picture) n quadro
  • (of window) n quadro del fenestra
  • (picture) v inquadrar
  • (shape) v construer
  • (shape) v formular
  • (skeleton) n skeleto
  • ~ maker n inquadrator
  • ~ of mind n stato de animo
  • ~ skeleton (of man or animal) n ossatura
  • ~ , build n corporatura
  • ~ , framework n armatura
  • ~ , framework n inquadramento

framer (picture) n inquadrator

framework n armatura

  • n skeleto
  • n structura
  • ~ , frame n armatura
  • ~ , frame n inquadramento
  • ~ , ossature [Arch] n ossatura

framing (action of) n inquadramento

franc [Fin] n franco

  • n franco

France [Geog] n Francia

  • n Francia

Frances nprf Francisca

franchise (privilege) n franchitia

  • (right to vote) n derecto de votar
  • (right to vote) n electorato
  • (right to vote) n suffragio

francisc, francisca [Hist] n francisca

Franciscan [R.C.Ch] adj franciscan

  • [R.C.Ch] n franciscano

Francomania (Gallomania) n francomania, gallomania (-ìa)

Franconia n Franconia

Franconian adj franconian

  • n franconiano

Francophile (Gallophile) adj gallophile

  • (Gallophile) n gallophilo

Francophilism (Gallophilism) n gallophilia

Francophobe (Gallophobe) adj francophobe, gallophobe

  • (Gallophobe) n francophono, gallophobo
  • n francophobo

Francophobia (Gallophobia) n francophobia, gallophobia

Frank [Hist] n franco

  • adj franc, sincer, candide
  • v francar

frankfurter n salsicia de francoforte

Frankish adj franc

frankly adv francamente

frankness n franchitia, sinceritate

frantic (frenzied, phrenetic) adj phrenetic, furibunde

fraternal (brotherly) adj fraterne, fraternal

fraternally adv fraternemente, fraternalmente

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

fraternize v fraternisar

fratricidal adj fratricidal

fratricide (act of killing one's brother or sister) n fratricidio

  • (one who kills his brother or sister) n fratricida

fraud (deception) n fraude

fraudulent (1. dishonest, deceitful; 2. intended to deceive) adj fraudulente

fraught adj cargate

fraxinella (gas plant) [Bot] n fraxinella

fray n lucta, conflicto

  • v exilar (se)

freak (anomaly) n anomalia, phenomeno

  • (creature) n monstro
  • (whim) n capricio
  • adj anormal

freak-out v poner se extrememente nervose, experientiar hysteria

freckle n ephelide, lentigine

freckled adj lentiginose

free (at liberty, enjoying liberty, not lacking freedom) adj franc, libere

  • (exempt) adj exempte
  • (generous) adj liberal
  • (liberate) v liberar
  • (of charge) adj gratuite
  • (of charge, gratis) adv gratis ¬L
  • ~ from blame (exculpate) v disculpar
  • ~ from errors v appurar
  • ~ from hoarseness v disinraucar
  • ~ from stigma v disinfamar
  • ~ in speech or manner, easy, unconstrained adj disinvolte
  • ~ market, outside market [Fin] n coulisse
  • ~ market, outside market [Fin] n coulisse F]

freeborn adj ingenue

freedman [Rom. Hist] n liberto

freedom in speech or manner, ease, unconstraint n disinvoltura

  • n libertate

free-hold n proprietate absolute

freeing from hoarseness (action of) n disinraucamento

free-lance adj independente

free-mason n francmason

  • ~ , Mason n francmason
  • ~ , Mason n mason

Freemasonry n francmasoneria

  • n francmasoneria (-ìa)

free-way n autostrata

free-will n libere arbitrio

freeze (1. to cause to freeze; 2. to become ice) v gelar

  • v gelar
  • ~ , ice, glaciate v glaciar

freeze-dried adj lyophilisate

freeze-dry (lyophilize) v lyophilisar

freezer n refrigerator cryogenic

freezing, chilling adj frigorifere

  • ~ , frost n gelatura

freezing-point n puncto de congelation

freight n cargo

  • n frete
  • ~ , burden (of or pertaining to burden, freight, etc.) adj onerari

freight-train n traino de mercantias

French (language) n francese

  • adj francese
  • ~ adj/n francese

french-bean n phaseolo

french-fries n patatas frite

French-Guiana [Geog] n Guyana Francese

Frenchification n francisation

Frenchify v francisar

french-man adj francese

  • ~ , Frenchwoman n francese

french-window n porta-fenestra

french-woman (femina) adj francese

  • ~ , Frenchman n francese

frenum, fraenum [Med] n freno

frenzied adj phrenetic

  • ~ , frantic adj furibunde
  • ~ , phrenetic, frantic adj phrenetic

frenzy n phrenesia

  • n phrenesia (-ìa)
  • ~ , mania n furor

frequency n frequentia

frequent adj frequente

  • v frequentar
  • vt frequentar

frequentation n frequentation

frequentative [Gram] adj frequentative

frequenter n frequentator

frequently adv frequentemente

  • ~ , often adv frequentemente
  • ~ , often adv saepe
  • ~ , often adv saepe (sài-)
  • ~ , often, repeatedly adv sovente
  • ~ , repeatedly adv subinde

fresco (picture painted in fresco) n fresco

  • n fresco

fresh (1. new, recent; 2. not spoiled, faded or worn; 3. not artificially preserved) adj fresc

  • (chilled) adj fresc
  • (new) adj fresc

freshness n frescor

fresh-water n de aqua dulce

fret v impatientar se

  • vi inquietar se
  • vt corroder
  • ~ work n labor a perforationes

friar [Eccl] n fratre

  • n fratre

fricassee n fricassee

  • n fricassee F]
  • v fricassar
  • v fricassear

fricative [Phonet] adj fricative

  • [Phonet] n fricativa

friction (1. rubbing of limbs; 2. Mech]) n friction

  • n friction
  • ~ , rub v frictionar
  • ~ , rubbing n fricamento

Friday n venerdi

  • n venerdi (-dì)

fridge n refrigerator

fried adj frite

  • adj frite (pp of frir)

fried-egg n ovo frite

friend (fem.) n amica

  • (fem.) n amica (-ìca)
  • (masc.) n amico
  • (masc.) n amico (-ìco)
  • [Fem] amica
  • [Masc] amico

friendliness n amabilitate

  • n benevolentia
  • ~ , amicability n amicabilitate

friendly (not enemy) adj amic

  • (not enemy) adj amic (-ìc)
  • adj amical
  • ~ feeling, liking n sympathia
  • ~ feeling, liking n sympathia (-ìa)
  • ~ , amicable adj amicabile

friendship n amicitate

  • ~ -ship n amicitate

frieze n frisio

fright n espavento

  • n terror

frighten (fill with fright) v espaventar

  • v espaventar
  • v terrer

frightful (dreadful, horrible) adj espaventabile

  • (horrendous) adj horrende
  • (terrible) adj terribile
  • adj espaventabile
  • ~ , horrendous adj horrende

frightfully adv extraordinarimente

frigid [Med] adj frigide

  • adj frigide
  • adj glacial
  • ~ , cold (not warm) adj frigide

frigidity [Med] n frigiditate

frigidness, coldness n frigiditate

frigorific, cooling, chilling adj frigorific

  • ~ , cooling, chilling adj frigorific (-ìfic)

frill adj volante

  • ~ , ruffle n volante

fringe (border) n frangia

  • ~ maker or dealer n frangiero
  • ~ maker or dealer n frangiero (-jero)
  • n margine
  • v ornamentar con frangia
  • ~ , border n fimbria
  • ~ , border n frangia
  • ~ , border n frangia (franja)
  • ~ , decorate with fringes v frangiar
  • ~ , decorate with fringes v frangiar (-jar)

fringed adj fimbriate

  • adj frangiate
  • adj frangiate (-ja-)

fringes, fringing n frangiatura

  • ~ , fringing n frangiatura (-ja-)

fringing, fringes n frangiatura

  • ~ , fringes n frangiatura (-ja-)

frisk vi gambadar

  • vt facer perquisition de
  • vt palpar

frisky adj vivace

fritter n fritura

frivolity n frivolitate

  • ~ , frivolousness n frivolitate

frivolous (1. lacking importance or weight; 2. inclined to levity) adj frivole

  • adj frivole, legier
  • adj legier, frivole

frivolousness, frivolity n frivolitate

frizzle v crispar

  • ~ , crimp, crape, crisp, curl v crispar

frizzy adj crispate

frock coat n redingote

  • ~ coat n redingote F]
  • n roba

frog (rr) n cruciata

  • [Zool] n rana
  • ~ pond, place where frogs abound, froggery n raniera

froggery, frog pond, place where frogs abound n raniera

frogman n homine rana

frog-shaped, raniform adj raniforme

frolic n joco allegre

  • v diverter se

from (as ~) prep. phr a partir de

  • (because of) prep a causa de
  • (out of) prep ex
  • ~ a distance phr a distantia
  • ~ a distance phr de longe
  • ~ bad to worse phr de melior in pejor
  • ~ door to door phr de porta a porta
  • ~ Havana, Havana adj havanese
  • ~ house to house phr de casa a casa
  • ~ now on phr de ci in avante
  • ~ now on phr desde nunc in avante
  • ~ now phr de ci a
  • ~ now phr desde hic a
  • ~ place to place phr de hic a illac
  • ~ place to place phr de placia a placia
  • ~ place to place phr de sito a sito
  • prep ab
  • prep de
  • ~ side to side phr de latere a latere
  • ~ side to side, through prep traverso
  • ~ that cause, therefore adv inde
  • ~ that place, from there, thence adv inde
  • ~ that time, after that, thereupon, tenceforward adv inde
  • ~ the prep/art del
  • ~ the same country adj conational
  • ~ the top phr al commencio
  • ~ there, thence, from that place adv inde
  • ~ top to bottom phr de alto a basso
  • ~ without adv for
  • ~ without adv foras (fòr-), foris (fòr-)
  • ~ without adv foras, foris
  • ~ without adv foris (fòr-), foras (fòr-)
  • ~ without adv foris, foras
  • ~ , out of prep ex
  • ~ , since prep ab
  • ~ , since prep desde

front (1. face of a building; 2. Mil]) n fronte

  • (in - of) adv ante
  • (in - of) adv avante
  • (mil) n fronte
  • ~ door n porta principal
  • n fronte
  • n parte anterior
  • prep ad
  • prep anterior

frontal [Eccl] n paramento

  • adj frontal

frontier (fig) n limite

  • (of country) n frontiera
  • ~ , boundary, border n frontiera

frontispiece [Arch] n frontispicio

frost (as in night frost) n gelo

  • (at night) n gelo
  • (hoarfrost) n pruina
  • ~ , freezing n gelatura
  • ~ , hoarfrost n pruina
  • ~ , hoarfrost n pruina (-ìna)

frostbite n congelation

frostheap n cumulo per gelo

frosty adj gelate

  • adj glacial

froth n spuma

  • ~ , foam n spuma
  • ~ , spume, foam (form or gather foam or froth) v spumar

frown n corrugation del fronte

  • v corrugar le fronte
  • v rugar le fronte

frozen adj gelate

Fructidor [French Revolutionary Calendar] n fructidor

fructification n fructification

fructify, bear fruit v fructificar

frugal (1. inclined to live simply; 2. simple, not lavish) adj frugal

  • adj economic
  • adj frugal

frugality, frugalness n frugalitate

frugally adv economicamente

  • adv frugalmente

frugalness, frugality n frugalitate

fruit loft n fructiero

  • n fructo
  • ~ salad n macedonia de fructos
  • ~ store n fructeria
  • ~ store n fructeria (-ìa)

fruit-bearing adj fructifere

fruiterer, greengrocer n fructero

fruitful (soil) adj fecunde

  • (soil) adj fertile
  • (tree) adj fructuose
  • adj fructuose
  • adj productive

fruition n realisation

  • ~ , enjoyment n fruition

fruitless adj infructuose

  • adj van

frumentaceous adj frumentacee

  • adj frumentari

frustraneous, vain, futile adj frustranee

frustrate (1. to disappoint, deceive; 2. to balk, render vain) v frustrar

  • v frustrar

frustration n frustration

frustrative, frustratory (that disappoints or renders vain) adj frustratori

frustratory, frustrative (that disappoints or renders vain) adj frustratori

fry (cook by frying) v friger

  • v friger
  • v frir
  • ~ , frying n fritura

frying pan n frigitoria

  • ~ pan n fritoria
  • ~ pan n patella
  • ~ pan, skillet n patella
  • ~ , fry n fritura

Fuchsia [Bot] n fuchsia

  • n fuchsia

fuchsin n fuchsina

fuddle v confunder

fuel n combustibile

  • v approvisionar de combustibile

fugitive adj fugitive

  • n fugitivo

fugue [Mus] n fuga

fulcrum n fulcro

fulfill, -fil (carry out) v exequer

  • ~ , -fil (complete) v completar
  • ~ , -fil (desires, plans) v realisar
  • ~ , -fil (prayer) v exaudir
  • ~ , -fil (satisfy) v satisfacer

fulfillment (carrying out) n execution

  • (completion) n completion
  • (-filment-) n satisfaction
  • (of desires, plans) n realisation

fulgent adj fulgente

  • adj fulgente (ppr of fulger)

fulgid, shining adj fulgide

fulgidity, shine, brilliance n fulgiditate

fulgor, dazzling brightness n fulgor

fulgural, lightning adj fulgural

fulgurate, flash, lighten v fulger

fulgurating [Med] adj fulgurante ppr of fulgurar

fulguration n fulguration

fulgurite [Geol] n fulgurite

full adj complete

  • adj plen
  • ~ length (film) adj de longe metrage
  • ~ length adj de plen longitude
  • ~ moon, plenilune n plenilunio
  • ~ of pity, merciful adj misericordiose
  • ~ of reefs adj scoliose
  • ~ power, plenipotence n plenipotentia
  • ~ stop n puncto
  • ~ time adj que travalia un horario complete
  • ~ , mill v fullar

fuller (one who fulls cloth) n fullator

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

fulling (action of) n fullatura

  • ~ stock, beater n fullatorio

full-moon n plenilunio

fulminate (1. to explode violently; 2. to inveigh, thunder) v fulminar

  • [Chem] n fulminato

fulmination n fulmination

fulminator n fulminator

fulminatory adj fulminatori

fulmineous, lightning adj fulminee

fulminic [Chem] adj fulminic

fumarole [Geol] n fumarola

fumble v explorar tastante tentar sin successo

fume (show anger or irritation) v fumar

  • n fumo
  • vi irritar
  • vt fumar
  • ~ , smoke n fumo

fumigate v fumigar

fumigating adj fumigatori

fumigation n fumigation

fumigator n fumigator

fumitory [Bot] n fumoterra

fun (be ~) v esser amusante

  • (have ~) v diverter se
  • (make - of) v rider se de
  • adj amusante
  • adj divertente
  • n allegressa
  • n amusamento
  • n divertimento, divertimentos

funambulist, tightrope walker n funambulo

  • ~ , tightrope walker n funambulo (-àm-)

function (1. as in function of an organ; 2. Math]) n function

  • (as in to function as chairman) v funger
  • (as in to function as chairman) v funger fung-/funct-]
  • (ceremony) n ceremonia public
  • (task) n function
  • v functionar
  • ~ , office n ministerio
  • ~ , residence of a priest [R.C.Ch] n cura

functional adj functional

functionalism n functionalismo

functionalist n functionalista

functionally adv functionalmente

functionary n functionario

functioning (act of) n functionamento

fund (sum of money set aside for a special purpose) n fundo

  • n fundo
  • v consolidar
  • v fundar

fundamental adj fundamental

fundamentally adv fundamentalmente

funeral adj funebre

  • adj funeral
  • n funerales
  • n funere
  • ~ party n funerales
  • ~ , funerary adj funerari
  • ~ , funereal adj funebre
  • ~ , funereal adj funebre (fù-)

funerary, funeral adj funerari

funereal, funeral adj funebre

  • ~ , funeral adj funebre (fù-)

fun-fair n parco de attractiones

fungible [Law] adj fungibile

fungicide fungicida n fungicida

fungiform adj fungiforme

fungologist n fungologista

fungology n fungologia

  • n fungologia (-ìa)

fungosity (1. fungus quality; 2. fungus excrescence) n fungositate

fungous adj fungose

fungus (1. Bot]; 2. Pathol]) n fungo

  • n fungo

funicular adj funicular

funiculus (1. umbilical cord, funis; 2. Bot]) n funiculo

funiform adj funiforme

funnel (1. small, tapering tube with a cone-shaped mouth; 2. Anat] (infundibulum) n infundibulo

  • (for pouring) n infundibulo
  • (of locomotive or ship) n camino

funny (odd) adj curiose

  • adj comic
  • adj divertente
  • adj humoristic

fur coat, pelisse n pellicia

  • n pelle
  • ~ store, furrier's n pellicieria

furbish, clean, polish (up) v furbir

furbisher n furbitor

fur-coat n pellicia

furfur (dandruff, scurf) n furfure

furfuraceous (covered with branlike scales) adj furfuracee

  • (resembling bran, branlike) adj furfuracee

furious adj furiose

  • adj rabiose
  • adj ragiose
  • adj ragiose (-jo-)
  • ~ , raging adj furibunde

furiousness, fury n furiositate

furlough, leave n commeato

furnace n fornace

  • n furno

furnish (as in to furnish a room) v mobilar

  • (room) v mobilar
  • (supply, provide) v fornir
  • v fornir
  • ~ with glass, glaze v vitrar
  • ~ with tubes, tube v tubar
  • ~ with windows v fenestrar
  • ~ , cater, supply v approvisionar
  • ~ , provide with v munir
  • ~ , supply v subministrar
  • ~ , supply, provide v suppler

furnisher n fornitor

furnishing (act of) n fornimento

  • ~ , supplying (act of) n approvisionamento

furnishings n fornitura

furniture (set of) n mobiliario

  • n mobiles

furniture-removal-van n camion de translocationes

furniture-remover n agente de cambio de domicilio

furrier n pelliciero

furrier's, fur store n pellicieria

furrow n sulco

  • v sulcar
  • ~ , plow v sulcar

furry adj coperite de pilos molle

further (of place) adj distante

  • (of place) adj ulterior
  • (supplementary) adj additional
  • adv plus
  • adv plus ultra
  • adv ultra
  • v promover

furthermore conj etiam plus

  • ~ , likewise, moreover adv alsi
  • ~ , likewise, moreover adv alsi (-ì)

furthermost (farthest) adj plus distante

  • adj in plus

furthest adj plus distante

furtive adj furtive

  • ~ , stealthy adj furtive

furuncle, boil [Pathol] n furunculo

furunculosis [Pathol] n furunculosis

  • [Pathol] n furunculosis (-òsis)

fury (fierce anger) n furia

  • [Mythol] n furia
  • n furia
  • ~ , furiousness n furiositate
  • ~ , rage n furor

fuse n Elec]

  • n Mil]
  • v amalgamar
  • v amalgamar (se)
  • v funder
  • v funder (se)

fuselage [Aeronaut] n fuselage

  • [Aeronaut] n fuselage F]
  • n fuselage

fusibility n fusibilitate

fusible adj fusibile

fusiform, spindle-shaped adj fusiforme

fusilade n fusilada

fusilier n fusilero

fusion n fusion

fuss n agitation

  • n commotion
  • v preoccupar se de bagatellas

fussy adj exigente

  • adj meticulose

futile (frivolous) adj frivole

  • (insignificant) adj futile
  • (resistance is ~) phr le resistentia es inutile
  • adj inutile
  • adj van
  • ~ , frustraneous, vain adj frustranee

future (1. time to come; 2. Gram]) n futuro

  • adj futur
  • n futuro

futurism [Art] n futurismo

futurist [Art] n futurista

futurity (posterity) n posteritate

fuzz n lanugine

fuzzy (confused) adj confuse

  • (downy) adj lanuginose
  • (not clear) adj indistincte