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g (letter ~) n littera g (ge)

  • (the note) Mus] n sol

gab v parlar in modo inintelligibile

gabardine (fabric gabardine) n gabardina

  • n gabardina

gabble n torrente de parolas

  • v parlar in modo inintelligibile

gaberdine [Hist] n gabardina

gable adj fronton

  • ~ , pediment [Arch] n fronton

Gabon [Geog] n Gabon

gadget n apparato

  • n dispositivo

gag (in mouth) n mordacia

  • (joke) n joco
  • (something thrust into a person's mouth to prevent him from speaking) n mordacia
  • v mordaciar

gaiety n gaitate

gaily adv gaimente

gain n ganio

  • v ganiar
  • ~ , earn as profit v lucrar
  • ~ , lucre, profit n lucro
  • ~ , profit n ganio
  • ~ , win v ganiar

gainer, winner n ganiator

gainsayer, contradicter, contradictor n contradictor

gait n passo

  • ~ , walk n ambulatura

gal- (milk) occurring in compounds] n gal-

  • ~ - (milk) occurring in compounds] n gal- gal-/galact-]

gala n festa

  • n gala

Galatia n Galatia

Galatian n galata

  • n galata (gà-)
  • ~ , Galatic adj galatic

Galatic, Galatian adj galatic

galaxy n galaxia

gale n tempesta

Galicia (former Austrian crownland) n Galicia

  • (province at the northwest corner of Spain) n Gallecia

Galician (as in Galician from Lwow) n galiciano

  • (of Spanish province of Galicia) adj gallecian
  • (of the Austrian crownland of Galicia) adj galician
  • ~ , Gallegan, Gallego (1. native of Galicia in Spain; 2. Galician language) n galleciano

galieass n galeassa

Galilean (of Galilee) adj galilee

  • (of Galilee) adj galilee (-ée)
  • n galileo
  • n galileo (-éo)

Galilee n Galilea

  • n Galilea (-éa)

galimatias, gibberish, jargon n galimatias

  • ~ , gibberish, jargon n galimatias (-ìas)

galiot n galeota

gall n bile

gallant (brave) adj valente

  • (courteous) adj gallante
  • (polite and attentive to the women) adj galante

gallantry (polite attention to the women) n galanteria

  • (polite attention to the women) n galanteria (-ìa)
  • n valor

Gallego, Gallegan, Galician (1. native of Galicia in Spain; 2. Galician language) n gallego

  • ~ , Gallegan, Galician (1. native of Galicia in Spain; 2. Galician language) n gallego H]
  • ~ , Gallegan, Galician (1. native of Galicia in Spain; 2. Galician language) n galleco

galleon n galeon

gallery (1. covered passageway; 2. Theat]; 3. art museum) n galeria

  • (1. covered passageway; 2. Theat]; 3. art museum) n galeria (-ìa)
  • (in churches) n tribuna
  • n galeria

galley (1. as in to condemn to the galleys; 2. Print]) n galea

  • (1. as in to condemn to the galleys; 2. Print]) n galea (éa)
  • (as in to condemn to the galleys) n galera
  • (place for cooking) n cambuso
  • (place for cooking) n cocina
  • (ship) n galera
  • ~ slave n fortiato
  • ~ slave n galeriano

galliard [Dancing] n galliarda

Gallic (1. Gaulish; 2. French) adj gallic

Gallican [Eccl. Hist] adj gallican

  • [Eccl. Hist] n gallicano

Gallicanism [Eccl. Hist] n gallicanismo

Gallicism n francesismo

gallinaceous [Zool] adj gallinacee

gallium [Chem] n gallium

  • [Chem] n gallium (gàl-)

Gallomania, Francomania n gallomania

  • ~ , Francomania n gallomania (-ìa)

gallon n gallon

  • n gallon A]

galloon, braid n galon

gallop (go at a gallop) v galopar

  • n galopo
  • v galopar

Gallophile, Francophile adj gallophile

  • ~ , Francophile n gallophilo
  • ~ , Francophile n gallophilo (-lò-)

Gallophilism, Francophilism n gallophilia

  • ~ , Francophilism n gallophilia (-ìa)

Gallophobe, Francophobe adj gallophobe

  • ~ , Francophobe adj gallophobe (-lò-)
  • ~ , Francophobe n gallophobo
  • ~ , Francophobe n gallophobo (-lò-)

Gallophobia, Francophobia n gallophobia

  • ~ , Francophobia n gallophobia (-ìa)

Gallo-Roman adj galloroman

gallows n furca

galop [Dancing] n galopo

galore adj abundante

galosh, overshoe n galocha

  • ~ , overshoe n galocha (-sha)

galvanic (as in galvanic battery) adj galvanic

galvanism n galvanismo

galvanization n galvanisation

galvanize v galvanisar

galvanometer n galvanometro

  • n galvanometro (-ò-)

galvanoplastic adj galvanoplastic

galvanoplastics, galvanoplasty n galvanoplastia

  • ~ , galvanoplasty n galvanoplastia (-ìa)

Gambia [Geog] n Gambia

gambit [Chess] n gambito

gamble n joco

  • v jocar

gambler n jocator

gambling n joco

  • ~ , playing, gaming n joco

gambol n gambada

  • v gambadar

game (for fun) n joco

  • (hunted) n chassa
  • (hunted) n de chassa
  • (killed in hunting) n chassa
  • (killed in hunting) n chassa (sh-)
  • (match) n partita
  • (set of things needed to play a game) n joco
  • ~ , match n partita
  • ~ , play (as in the play of children, the game of chess) n joco

game-keeper n guardachassa

gamete [Biol] n gameta

gaming, gambling, playing n joco

gamma (third letter of the Greek alphabet) n gamma

gammon n gambon

  • ~ , ham n gambon

gamo- (marriage) occurring in compounds] n gamo-

gamomania [Psychol] n gamomania

  • [Psychol] n gamomania (-ìa)

gamut (1. Mus]: 2. as in gamut of colors, emotions) n gamma

  • n gamma

gander n oca mascule

gang n banda

  • n gang

Ganges n Gange

Gangetic adj gangetic

gangliform adj gangliforme

ganglioma [Pathol] n ganglioma

ganglion n ganglion

  • n ganglion (-ànglion)

ganglionary adj ganglionar

ganglionitis n ganglionitis

  • n ganglionitis (-ìtis)

gang-rape n violation in banda

gangrene n gangrena

  • v gangrenar

gangrenous adj gangrenose

gangster n gangster

  • n gangster A]

gang-up v alliar se

  • ~ -up v alliar se (contra)

gang-way (corridor) n passage

  • ~ -way (structure) n passerella

gaol (jail) n carcere

gaoler (jailer) n carcerero

gap (opening) n apertura

  • (opening) n brecha
  • n lacuna
  • n vacuo

gape v esser multo aperte

  • v hiar
  • ~ , yawn, stand open v hiar

gaping adj aperte

garage n garage

  • n garage F]

garagekeeper, garageman n garagista

  • ~ , garageman n garagista (-jis-)

garageman, garagekeeper n garagista

  • ~ , garagekeeper n garagista (-jis-)

garbage n immunditias

garble (falsify) v falsificar

  • (text) v alterar
  • (text) v mutilar

garden balsam, balsamine [Bot] n balsamina

  • n horto
  • n jardin
  • ~ party n garden-party
  • ~ party n garden-party A]
  • ~ rake n rastrello
  • ~ rake n rastro
  • v facer le jardinage
  • v jardinar

gardener n jardinero

gardenia n gardenia

gardening (art of) n jardinage

  • (art of) n jardinage (-aje)
  • (gardener's trade or business) n jardineria
  • (gardener's trade or business) n jardineria (-ìa)
  • n jardinage

gargle v gargarisar

garland n guirlanda

  • n guirlanda (gir-)
  • v guirlandar
  • ~ , festoon v guirlandar
  • ~ , festoon v guirlandar (gir-j)

garlic n allio

garment (outer) n veste

  • n vestimento
  • ~ , piece of clothing n vestimento

garnet [Mmeral] n granaio

garnetiferous adj granatifere

garnish n guarnitura

  • v guarnir
  • ~ , trim, decorate v guarnir

garnishing, trimming, decorating (action of) n guarnimento

garniture n garnition

  • n guarnition
  • n guarnitura
  • ~ , trimming n garnition
  • ~ , trimming n guarnitura

garrison n garnison

  • n garnison F]
  • n garnition
  • n guarnition
  • v placiar un garnition in
  • v placiar un garnition in (un urbe)
  • ~ , fort n presidio

garrote (strangle with the garrote) v garrotar

  • ~ , garrotte (1. instrument used for garroting; 2. execution by means of the garrote) n garrote H]
  • ~ , garrotte (1. instrument used for garroting; 2. execution by means of the garrote) n garrote

garrotte [Amer] n garrotte

garrulity n garrulitate

garrulous adj garrule

garter n garrettiera

gas (gascous substance) n gas

  • (gaseous substance) n gas
  • (gasoline) n gasolina
  • (pass ~) v flatular
  • ~ plant, fraxinella [Bot] n fraxinella
  • ~ producer n gasogeno
  • ~ producer n gasogeno (-ò-)
  • ~ station n station de gasolina
  • v asphyxiar
  • v asphyxiar (con gas)

gas-burner n becco de gas

gas-cooker n furno a gas

gaseous adj gasose

gas-fire n estufa a gas

gash n grande incision

  • v facer un grande incision in

gasification n gasification

gasiform, in a gaseous state adj gasiforme

gasify (make gascous) v gasificar

gasket n obturator de junctura

gas-mantle, channel, strait, handcuff n manica

gasoline n gasolina

  • ~ , petrol n gasolina

gasometer n gaso-metro

  • n gaso-metro (-ò-)

gasp n sufflo compulsive

  • n sufflo compulsive (de choc)
  • v anhelar
  • ~ , pant v anhelar

gasping, panting n anhelation

gas-producing adj gasogene

gasteropod, gastropod [Zool] n gastropodo

  • ~ , gastropod [Zool] n gastropodo (-òpodo)

gastralgia [Med] n gastralgia

  • [Med] n gastralgia (-ìa)

gastric adj gastric

gastritis [Med] n gastritis

  • [Med] n gastritis (-ìtis)

gastroenteric adj gastroenteric

gastroenteritis [Med] n gastroenteritis

  • [Med] n gastroenteritis (-ìtis)

gastronome, gastronomist n gastronomo

  • ~ , gastronomist n gastronomo (-trò-)

gastronomic adj gastonomic

  • adj gastronome
  • adj gastronome (-trò)
  • adj gastronomic

gastronomy n gastronomia

  • n gastronomia (-ìa)

gastropod, gasteropod [Zool] n gastropodo

  • ~ , gasteropod [Zool] n gastropodo (-òpodo)

gastropodous, gastropod adj gastropode

  • ~ , gastropod adj gastropode (-òpode)

gastroscope [Med] n gastroscopio

gastroscopy n gastroscopia

  • n gastroscopia (-ìa)

gastrotomy [Surg] n gastrotomia

  • [Surg] n gastrotomia (-ìa)

gastrula [Embryol] n gastrula

gasworks n fabrica de gas

gate n porta

  • ~ , door n porta

gateau n torta

  • n torta (con crema)

gatecrash v entrar sin invitation

gatekeeper n portero

gateway n porta

  • ~ , doorway n porta

gather (1. to pick; 2. to infer) v colliger

  • (1. to pick; 2. to infer) v colliger -lig-/-lect-]
  • (accumulate, include) v accumular se
  • (crops, harvest) v recoltar
  • (meet) vi reunir se
  • (mentally from) v calmar se
  • (mentally from) v componer se
  • ~ harvest v recolliger
  • ~ harvest v recolliger -lig-/-lect-]
  • ~ herbs v herborisar
  • ~ in, harvest, reap v recoltar
  • vt colliger
  • ~ , assemble, troup v attruppar
  • ~ , pick v leger
  • ~ , pick v leger -leg-/-lect-]

gathering n reunion

  • ~ , assembling (act of) n attruppamento
  • ~ , crowd n attruppamento

gauche adj inhabile

gaudy adj troppo colorose

gauge n indicator

  • v estimar
  • v mesurar

Gaul (inhabitant of Gaul) n gallo

  • (the land of the Gauls) n Gallia

Gaulish (language) n gallico

gaunt adj emaciate

  • adj magre

gauntlet (run the ~) phr currer le guanto

  • (throw down the ~) phr jectar le guanto
  • n guanto

gauss [Elec] n gauss

gauze n gaza

gay (bright, cheerful) adj gai

  • (homosexual) adj gay
  • (merry) adj gai
  • [Amer] adj homosexual
  • n homosexual
  • ~ , sprightly adj allegre

gayness, sprightliness n allegressa

gaze n reguardo fixe

  • v reguardar fixemente

gaze-at v contemplar

gazelle n gazella

geyser n geyser

  • n geyser (géi-)

gear (1. to put into gear; 2. Mech] (mesh) v ingranar

  • (apparatus) n mechanismo
  • (equipment) n equipamento
  • (equipment) n utensiles
  • (of car) n velocitate
  • (transmission) n ingranage
  • (transmission) n transmission
  • ~ , gearing n ingranage

gearbox n cassa de velocitates

gearing, gear n ingranage

gear-lever n levator del cambio

geese (wild) n anseres

  • [Zool] n ocas

gehenna [Bib] n gehenna

geisha (Japanese service girl) n geisha

  • n geisha
  • n geisha J]

gelatin n gelatina

gelatine n gelatina

gelatinous adj gelatinose

geld, castrate v castrar

gelder, castrator n castrator

gelding, castration n castration

gem (precious stone, pearl) n gemma

  • n gemma
  • ~ , adorn with gems v gemmar

geminate adj geminate

  • adj geminate (pp of geminar)
  • v geminar

gemination n gemination

geminative n geminative

gemini n geminos

gemma [Bot] n gemma

gemmate, bud v gemmar

gemmation, budding n gemmation

gemmed, jeweled adj gemmate

  • ~ , jeweled adj gemmate (pp of gemmar)

gemmiferous adj gemmifere

gemmule [Bot] n gemmula

gen- (as in genesis, genetic etc.) occurring in derivatives and compounds] v gen-

  • ~ - (as in genitive, progenitor etc.) occurring in derivatives and compounds] v gen-

genal, chin adj genal

gendarme n gendarme

  • n gendarme F]

gender [Gram] n genere

  • n genere

gene [Biol/Gen] n gene

  • n gene

genea- (descent) occurring in compounds] n genea-

genealogical adj genealogic

genealogist n genealogista

  • n genealogo
  • n genealogo (-à-)

genealogy (1. line of descent; 2. study of descent]) n genealogia (-ìa)

  • (1. line of descent; 2. study of descent]) n genealogia
  • n genealogia

general (mil) n general

  • (universal) adj general
  • adj general
  • n general

general-election n electiones general

generalissimo n generalissmo

  • n generalissmo (-ìssmo)

generality (1. generalness; 2. greatest part, majority; 3 . general statement) n generalitate

generalizable adj generalisabile

generalization (1. act of generalizing; 2. general inference) n generalisation

  • n generalisation

generalize v generalisar

generalizer n generalisator

generally adv generalmente

general-practitioner n medico general

generalship (office or tenure of a general) n generalato

generate (produce) v generar

  • v generar

generation (1. act of generating; 2. as in three generations) n generation

  • n generation
  • ~ , begetting n genitura

generative adj generative

  • adj genitive

generator [Mech/Elec] n generator

  • n generator

generic adj generic

generosity (1. nobleness of mind; 2. liberality) n generositate

  • n generositate
  • ~ , liberality n largessa

generous (1. noble; 2. liberal) adj generose

  • adj generose

genesis (boor of ~) n libro de genesis

  • (origin) n genesis
  • n bib
  • n genese
  • n genese (gé-)
  • n genesis
  • n genesis (gé-)

genetic (1. of genesis; 2. of genetics) adj genetic

  • (-s) n genetica
  • adj genetic

genetics (the science of genetics) n genetica

Geneva n Geneva

  • ~ , Genevan adj genevese

Genevan n genevese

  • ~ , Geneva adj genevese

genial adj affabile

  • adj cordial

geniculate (bent abruptly at an angle) adj geniculate

geniculation n geniculation

genital adj genital

genitals n organos genital

genitival [Gram] adj genitival

genitive [Gram] n genitivo

  • adj genitive
  • n genitivo
  • ~ , possessive [Gram] adj genitive

genius (1. spirit) n genio

  • (man of ~) n genio
  • (tutelary) n genio
  • ~ , inborn skill, talent n ingenio

Genoa n Genua

genocide n genocidio

genos [Gr. Hist] n genos

  • [Gr. Hist] n genos Gr]

genotype n genotypo

  • n genotypo (-ò-)

genouillère [Armor] n geniculiera

genre [Art, Lit] n genere

genteel adj de bon tono, elegante

  • adj elegante, de bon tono

gentian [Bot] n gentiana

gentianaceous adj gentianacee

gentile (heathen) adj pagan

  • (heathen) n pagano
  • (non-jew) n gentil
  • (non-jew) n goy
  • (non-jewish) adj gentil
  • (non-jewish) adj goy
  • [Ch. Hist] adj gentil
  • [Ch. Hist] n gentil

gentiledom [Ch. Hist] n gentilitate

gentilism [Ch. Hist] n gentilismo

gentle (breeze) adj moderate

  • adj amabile
  • adj dulce
  • adj suave

gentleman (as in a real gentleman) n gentilhomine

  • (as in a real gentleman) n gentleman
  • (as in a real gentleman) n gentleman A]
  • n gentilhomine
  • n senior

gentleness n amabilitate

  • n mansuetude
  • n suavitate

genuflect v genuflecter

  • v genuflecter flect-/-flex-]

genuflection, genuflexion n genuflexion

genuflexion, genuflection n genuflexion

genuine (1. purebred; 2. real, authentic) adj genuin

  • (of person) adj sincer
  • (real) adj authentic
  • (real) adj genuin

genuineness n genuinitate

genus n genere

geo- (earth) occurring in compounds] n ge-

geocentric (pertaining to or measured from the earth's center) adj geocentric

geode [Geol] n geode

geodesy n geodesia

  • n geodesia (-ìa)

geodetic adj geodesic

  • adj geodetic

geogenic adj geogenic

geogeny n geogenia

  • n geogenia (-ìa)

geognost (one versed in geognosy) n geognosta

geognostic adj geognostic

geognosy n geognosia

  • n geognosia (-ìa)

geogonic adj geogonic

geogony n geogonia

  • n geogonia (-ìa)

geographer n geographo

  • n geographo (-ò-)

geographic adj geographic

geographical adj geographic

geographically adv geographicamente

geography n geographia

  • n geographia (-ìa)

geological adj geologic

geologically adv geologicamente

geologist n geologista

  • n geologo
  • n geologo (-òlogo)

geology (1. science of geology; 2. geological features of a given area) n geologia

  • (1. science of geology; 2. geological features of a given area) n geologia (-ìa)
  • n geologia

geomancer, geomant n geomante

geomancy n geomantia

  • n geomantia (-ìa)

geomant, geomancer n geomante

geomantic adj geomantic

geometer, geometrician n geometra

  • ~ , geometrician n geometra (-ò-)

geometric, geometrical adj geometric

geometrical adj geometric

  • ~ , geometric adj geometric

geometrically adv geometricamente

geometrician, geometer n geometra

  • ~ , geometer n geometra (-ò-)

geometry n geometria

  • n geometria (-ìa)

geophysical adj geophysic

geophysics n geophysica

geopolitics n geopolitica

georama v georama

Georgia [Geog] n Georgia

Georgian (1. pertaining to George; 2. pertaining to georgia) adj georgian

geotropic [Biol] adj geotropic

geotropism [Biol] n geotropismo

geranium n geranio

geriatrics n geriatria

germ (bug) n microbio

  • (of disease) n germine pathogenic
  • (reproductive element) n germine
  • n germine

German (1. German language; 2. native of Germany) n germano

  • adj german
  • adj german
  • n germano
  • ~ silver, argentan n argentano

germanic adj germanic

  • adj germanic

Germanics n germanistica

Germanism n germanismo

Germanist (scholar in Germanics) n germanista

  • ~ , Germanistic adj germanistic

Germanistic, Germanist adj germanistic

germanium [Chem] n germanium

  • [Chem] n germanium (-mà-)

Germanize (make German) v germanisar

german-measles n roseola

Germanophile adj germanophile

  • n germanophilo
  • n germanophilo (-ò-)

Germany [Geog] n Germania

  • n Germania

germicidal adj germicidal

germicide (substance that kills germs) n germicida

  • n germicida

germinate v germinar

germination n germination

germinative adj germinative

geront-, geronto- (old man) occurring in derivatives and compounds] n geront-

gerontocracy n gerontocratia

  • n gerontocratia (-ìa)

gerund [Gram] n gerundio

  • n gerundio

gerundive [Gram] n gerundivo

  • ~ , gerundial [Gram] adj gerundive

Gestapo (secret state police in Nazi Germany) n Gestapo

  • (secret state police in Nazi Germany) n Gestapo G]

gestation n gestation

gestatory adj gestatori

gesticulate v gesticular

gesticulation n gesticulation

  • ~ , use of gestures n mimica

gesticulator n gesticulator

gesture n gesto

  • v exprimer se per gestos
  • v gesticular

get (- going) interj vade via!

  • (- it, understand) v comprehender
  • (a disease) v contraher
  • (a disease) v suffrer de
  • (acquire) v prender
  • (acquire) v procurar
  • (become) vi devenir
  • (become) vi facer se
  • (have got to) v deber
  • (make) v facer
  • (persuade) v persuader
  • (reach) v arrivar a
  • (receive) vt ganiar
  • (receive) vt obtener
  • ~ a word in phr inserer un parola
  • ~ along with v intender se
  • ~ away, escape v evader
  • ~ away, escape v evader -vad-/-vas-]

get-about v displaciarse

get-across v transversar

get-along (be better) v incontrar se melior

  • ~ -along (make it) v arrangiar se
  • ~ -along (progress) v facer progresso

get-around v ambular

getaway, escape n evasion

get-back (recover) v recuperar

  • ~ -back (return) v retornar

get-behind v ir retro

  • ~ -behind v vader retro

get-better v recuperar se

  • ~ -better v refacer se
  • ~ -better v restablir se

get-by v arrangiar se

get-divorced v divorciar se

get-down (descend) v descender

  • ~ -down (move to the beat) v dansar al rhythmo

get-drunk v inebriar se

get-engaged v fidantiar se

get-for-oneself v procurar se

Gethsemane n Gethsemani

  • n Gethsemani (-sé-)

get-in (a car, bus) v montar se

  • ~ -in (inside) v entrar

get-in-bed phr/v ir al lecto

  • ~ -in-bed v mitter se in lecto

get-in-the-sack-with v compartir le lecto con

get-in-touch v mitter se in contacto

get-lost v perder se

get-married v maritar se

get-off (down) v descender de

  • ~ -off (satisfy oneself) v contentar se
  • ~ -off (satisfy oneself) v satisfacer se

get-on (board) v montar

  • ~ -on (fare) v succeder

get-out (leave) v partir

  • ~ -out (portion) v obtener
  • ~ -out (portion) v reciper un portion

get-over v superar

get-ready v preparar se

get-rid-of v eliminar

get-stuck v bloccar se

get-the-better-of v superar

  • ~ -the-better-of v vincer

get-the-boot v esser dimittite

get-the-sack v esser dimittite

get-through (by) v penetrar

  • ~ -through (reach, arrive) v acceder
  • ~ -through (reach, arrive) v attinger

get-up (rise) v levar se

get-wet v esser molliate

geyser n geyser

Ghana [Geog] n Ghana

ghastly adj horribile

gherkin n cornichon

  • n cornichon F]

ghetto n ghetto

  • n ghetto (gét-)

Ghibelline [Ital. Hist] adj ghibellin

  • [Ital. Hist] adj ghibellin (gi-)

ghost (holy spirit, holy ~) n spirito sancte

  • n phantasma
  • n spectro
  • ~ , specter n spectro

giant adj gigante

  • n gigante

gibberish, jargon, galimatias n galimatias

  • ~ , jargon, galimatias n galimatias (-ìas)

gibbosity, gibbousness n gibbositate

gibbous, hunched, humped adj gibbose

gibbousness, gibbosity n gibbositate

Gibraltar [Geog] n Gibraltar

giddiness n vertigine

  • ~ , vertigo, dizziness n vertigine

giddy n vertiginose

Gideon n Gedeon

gift (1. present; 2. natural ability) n dono

  • n dono

gifted adj talentose

gigabit n gigabit

  • n mille megabits

gigabyte n gigabyte

  • n mille megabytes

gigantic adj gigantesc

  • adj gigantic

gigantomachy n gigantomachia

  • n gigantomachia (-ìa)

giggle v rider stupidemente

gild (make of gold) v aurar

  • v aurar

gill (fish -s) n branchia

  • ~ , branchia [Zool] n branchia

gillyflower, clove pink n caryophyllo

  • ~ , clove pink n caryophyllo (-riò-)
  • ~ , stock n matthiola

gilt adj aurate

  • adj dorate
  • n doratura

gimlet (cross handled boring tool) n guimbelet

gimmick n artificio

  • n stratagema
  • n trucco

gin (alcoholic beverage flavored with juniper berries) n gin

  • (alcoholic beverage flavored with juniper berries) n gin A]
  • (drink) n gin
  • (trap) n trappa

ginger adj rosse

  • n gingibre
  • n gingibre (jinjìbre)

gingerbread n pan de gingibre

gingerly adv delicatemente

ginger-up v animar

  • ~ -up v stimular

gingival adj gingival

gingivitis n gingivitis

  • n gingivitis (-ìtis)

ginseng n ginseng

  • n ginseng (jìnséng)

gipsy adj tsigan

  • n tsigano

giraffe n girafa

  • n girafa (jiràfa)
  • n giraffa

girasol, girasole [Mineral] n girasol

girasole, girasol [Mineral] n girasol

gird on v cinger

  • ~ on v cinger cing-/cinct-]
  • ~ up v succinger
  • ~ up v succinger -cing-/-cinct-]
  • v cincturar
  • v cinger
  • ~ , girdle v cinger
  • ~ , girdle v cinger cing-/cinct-]

girded adj cingite

girder n trave

  • n trave (de aciero)

girdle n cinctura

  • v cinger
  • ~ , belt v cincturar
  • ~ , corset n corset
  • ~ , corset n corset F]
  • ~ , gird v cinger
  • ~ , gird v cinger cing-/cinct-]

girl (young) n pupa

  • n puella
  • n puera
  • n puera (pùera)
  • n pupa

Giro [Commer] n giro

  • [Commer] n giro I]

girt, girth, cinch up v cingular

girth, cinch up, girt v cingular

  • ~ , cingle, cinch (saddle) n cingula

git interj vade via!

  • ~ interj vade!

give (donate) vt donar

  • ~ a circumstantial or detailed account of v circumstantiar
  • ~ a gratuity to v gratificar
  • ~ a kiss to, kiss v oscular
  • ~ a patent to v patentar
  • ~ a roseate tint to, rose v rosar
  • ~ a shower, a shower bath v duchar
  • ~ a shower, a shower bath v duchar (-sh-)
  • ~ a spindle shape to, spindle (as in to spindle a column) v affusar
  • ~ a treelike appearance to, arborize v arborisar
  • ~ an advantage to v avantagiar
  • ~ an advantage to v avantagiar (-ajar)
  • ~ attention to, attend to v attender
  • ~ attention to, attend to v attender -tend-/-tent-]
  • ~ back, return v render
  • ~ birth to, bear v parer
  • ~ birth to, bear v parer par-/part-]
  • ~ birth to, bear, adopt (a child, a litter, etc) v filiar
  • ~ brilliance to, cause to be brilliant v brillantar
  • ~ cadence or rhythm to v cadentiar
  • ~ fresh life to, recreate v recrear
  • ~ luster to, polish v lustrar
  • ~ notice, advise v advertir
  • ~ one goose flesh, make one's hair stand on end v horripilar
  • ~ or administer medicine to v medicinar
  • ~ or proclaim amnesty, amnesty (to) v amnestiar
  • ~ refuge v refugiar
  • ~ renown to, celebrate v renominar
  • ~ the alarm to, alarm v allertar
  • ~ the breast to, suckle n atettar
  • ~ the lie to v dismentir
  • v dar
  • vi ceder
  • vt dar
  • ~ , donate v donar
  • ~ , present v munerar
  • ~ , teach (a class, course) v regentar

give-away (betray) v revelar

  • ~ -away (betray) v trair
  • ~ -away (distribute) v distribuer
  • ~ -away (distribute) v facer dono de

give-back v restituer

give-forth v divulgar

give-in v ceder

  • ~ -in v render se

give-off v emitter

give-out (exhausted) v esser exhauste

  • ~ -out (exhausted) v restar rendite
  • ~ -out (hand out) v distribuer
  • ~ -out (hand out) v repartir
  • ~ -out (release news) v proclamar

giver n dator

give-thanks v render gratias

give-up (abandon) v abandonar

  • ~ -up (cease) v desister de
  • ~ -up (hand over) vt render
  • ~ -up (part with) v relinquer
  • ~ -up (renounce) v renunciar
  • ~ -up (surrender) vi ceder

giving birth, bearing n filiation

  • ~ offence adj scandalose
  • ~ pain, distressing adj afflictive
  • ~ the argument of, expository [Lit] adj argumentative

glacé (1. having lustre; 2. coated with icing) adj glacé

  • (1. having lustre; 2. coated with icing) adj glacé F]

glacial (1. as in glacial phenomena; 2. icy, ice-cold) n glacial

glaciate, freeze, ice v glaciar

glacier n glaciero

glacis [Fortif] n glacis

  • [Fortif] n glacis F]

glad adj contente

  • adj felice

gladiator n gladiator

gladiatorial adj gladiatori

  • ~ combat n gladiatura

gladiola, gladiolus n gladiolo

  • ~ , gladiolus n gladiolo (-ì-)

gladiolus, gladiola n gladiolo

  • ~ , gladiola n gladiolo (-ì-)

gladly adv de bon voluntate

glamor, prestige n prestigio

glamorize v render attractive

glamorous adj attractive

  • adj incantator

glamour n fascino

  • n incantamento

glance at, eye v ocular

  • n reguardo
  • ~ , look n reguardo

glance-at v ocular

gland [Physiol] n aden

  • [Physiol] n aden Gr]
  • n aden
  • n glandula

glandiferous, bearing acorns adj glandifere

glandiform, acorn-shaped adj glandiforme

glandular adj glandular

glandulous adj glandulose

  • ~ , adenose adj adenose

glare (gesture) n reguardo feroce

  • (of light) n fulgor
  • (of light) n lumine cecante
  • v jectar un reguardo menaciante

glass (1. as in made of glass; 2. drinking glass) n vitro

  • (for drinking) n bicario
  • (for drinking) n vitro
  • (substance) n vitro
  • ~ window (stained ~) n vitriera
  • ~ works n crystalleria
  • ~ works n crystalleria (-ìa)

glasses n berillos

  • n oculares

glassmaker n crystallero

glassware store n crystalleria

  • ~ store n crystalleria (-ìa)

glassy adj vitree

glaucoma [Pathol] n glaucoma

glaze (as in to glaze earthenware) v smaltar

  • v vitrar
  • ~ , furnish with glass v vitrar
  • ~ , gloss, satin v satinar

glazier n vitrero

gleam v scintillar

glean v facer spicilegio

gleaning n spicilegio

glee n allegressa

glib adj volubile

glide (slide) v glissar

  • [Aeronaut] v planar
  • n glissamento
  • v aeron
  • ~ , wriggle v serper

glider [Aeronaut] n planator

  • n planator

glimmer n luce debile

glimpse (catch a- of) v intervider

  • (catch a- of) v vider pro un instante
  • n breve vision

glint n reflexion

  • n scintillation
  • v scintillar

glisten v brillar

glitter n scintillation

  • v relucer
  • ~ , scintillate, sparkle v scintillar
  • ~ , shine v relucer

gloat v contemplar con satisfaction

global adj global

  • ~ , world-wide adj global

globally adv globalmente

globe (1. sphere, ball; 2. earth; 3. celestial or terrestial globe; 4. globe of a lamp) n globo

  • (map) n globo
  • (map) n globo (terrestre)
  • (sphere) n globo
  • (sphere) n sphera
  • ~ , ball n bolla

globe-shaped, globose, spherical adj globose

globetrotter n globe-trotter

  • n globe-trotter A]

globoid n globoide

globose, spherical, globe-shaped adj globose

globosity, sphericity n globositate

globular (1. composed of globules; 2. spherical) adj globulose

  • ~ , spherical adj globular

globule n globulo

glomerule [Bot] n glomerulo

  • ~ , glomerulus [Anat] n glomerulo

glomerulus, glomerule [Anat] n glomerulo

gloom (darkness) n obscuritate

  • (of mind) n depression
  • (of mind) n tristessa

gloomy adj lugubre

  • adj triste

Gloria (as in the Gloria Patri) R.C.Ch] n gloria

glorification n glorification

glorifier n glorificator

glorify v glorificar

glorious adj gloriose

glory (1. praise, fame, splendor; 2. Relig. Art] (as in Christ in glory) n gloria

  • n gloria

gloss (explain by glosses) v glossar

  • (explain) v interpretar
  • (explanation, rendering) n glossa
  • (glaze) v satinar
  • (note) n glossa
  • (sheen) n lustro
  • (sheen) n politura
  • ~ , luster n politura
  • ~ , satin, glaze v satinar

glossary n glossario

glossator, writer of glosses n glossator

glossing, lustering (act of) n lustrage

  • ~ , lustering (act of) n lustrage (-aje)

glossitis [Pathol] n glossitis

  • [Pathol] n glossitis (-ìtis)

glossotomy, excision of the tongue [Med] n glossotomia

  • ~ , excision of the tongue [Med] n glossotomia (-ìa)

glossy adj lustrose

glottal, glottic adj glottic

glottic, glottal adj glottic

glottis [Anat/Zool] n glotta

glove n guanto

  • ~ shop n guanteria
  • ~ shop n guanteria (-ìa)
  • v guantar

glovemaker, glover n guantero

glover, glovemaker n guantero

glow n brillantia

  • ~ or gleam red v rutilar
  • v caler
  • v incandescer

glower v jectar un reguardo menaciante

glowworm n lampyride

  • n lampyride (-pì-)

gluc- (sweet) occurring in derivatives] adj gluc-

glucate [Chem] n glucato

glucic [Chem] adj glucic

glucina [Chcm] n glucina

glucinum [Chem] n glucinum

  • [Chem] n glucinum (-ìn-)

glucose n glucosa

  • ~ , glycose [Chem] n glucosa

glucoside n glucosido

glue n colla

  • n glutine
  • ~ one's eyes to, fix one's eyes upon v adocular
  • ~ together, conglutinate v conglutinar
  • v collar
  • v glutinar
  • ~ , paste n colla
  • ~ , paste v collar

gluey, sticky adj collose

glum adj melancholic

  • adj triste

glumaceous adj glumacee

glume, husk [Bot] n gluma

glumose, glumous adj glumose

glumous, glumose adj glumose

glut n superabundantia

gluten n glutine

glutinous, sticky adj glutinose

glutinousness, stickiness n glutinositate

glutton (1. gormandizer; 2. Zool] (wolverine) n glutton

  • n glutton

gluttonize, gormandize v gluttonisar

gluttonous adj glutte

gluttony n gluttonia

  • n gluttonia (-ìa)

glyccrite [Chem] n glycerito

glyceral [Chem] n glyceral

glycerate [Chem] n glycerato

glyceric [Chem] adj glyceric

glyceride [Chem] n glycerido

glycerin [Chem] n glycerina

glycerine n glycerina

glycerol [Chem] n glycerol

glycerophosphate [Chcm] n glycerophosphato

glycerophosphoric [Chem] adj glycerophosphoric

glyceryl [Chem] n glyceryl

glycic [Chem] adj glycic

glycide [Chem] n glycido

glycidic [Chem] adj glycidic

glycin [Chem] n glycina

glycocoll [Chem] n glycocolla

glycogen [Biochem] n glycogeno

  • [Biochem] n glycogeno (-ò-)

glycogenic, glycogenous [Biochem] adj glycogenic

glycogenous, glycogenic [Biochem] adj glycogene

glycol [Chcm] n glycol

glycose, glucose [Chem] n glucosa

glycy-, glyc-, glyco- (sweet) occurring in derivatives and compounds] adj glycy-

glycyrrhiza, licorice (1. Bot]; 2. Pharm]) n liquiritia

  • ~ , licorice n glycyrrhiza

glycyrrhizin n glycyrrhizina

glyph- (carving) occurring in derivatives and compounds] n glyph-

gnarled adj nodose

  • ~ , knotty adj nodose

gnash v facer strider

  • v facer strider (le dentes)

gnat n culice

  • n culice (cù-)
  • n mosquito

gnatlike, gnat-shaped, mosquito-like adj culiciforme

gnat-shaped, mosquito-like, gnatlike adj culiciforme

gnaw v roder

  • v roder rod-/ros-]

gneiss n gneis

  • n gneis G]

gnome (aphorism) n gnoma

  • (goblin) n gnomo
  • ~ , aphorism n gnoma

gnomic, aphoristic adj gnomic

gnomologic adj gnomologic

gnomologist n gnomologista

gnomology n gnomologia

  • n gnomologia (-ìa)

gnomon (1. index rod on sundial; 2. Geom]) n gnomone

gnomonic adj gnomonic

gnomonics (the art of constructing sundials) n gnomonica

gnosis [Metaph] n gnosis

Gnostic adj gnostic

  • adj gnostic
  • n gnostico

Gnosticism n gnosticismo

gnu n gnu

go (become) v devenir

  • (depart) v partir
  • (move) v ir
  • (move) v vader
  • (turn) n tentativa
  • (turn) n torno
  • (vim) n vigor
  • (work) v functionar
  • ~ across, go through v transir
  • ~ and come, pass to and fro v commear
  • ~ beyond v ultrapassar
  • ~ deeply into v profundar
  • ~ deeply into, fathom, investigate v approfundar
  • ~ forward, progress v progreder
  • ~ forward, progress v progreder -gred-/-gress-]
  • ~ into liquidation, to be liquidated v liquidar
  • ~ mad, develop rabies v rabiar
  • ~ on a pilgrimage v pelegrinar
  • ~ on foot phr ir a pede
  • ~ on vehicle (ride) phr montar
  • ~ or come out again v resortir
  • ~ or come out v exir
  • ~ or come out v sortir
  • ~ or move back, backward, down v regreder
  • ~ or move back, backward, down v regreder -gred-/-gress-]
  • ~ or move back, backward, down v regressar
  • ~ round after, solicit v ambir
  • ~ round, encompass v circumferer
  • ~ round, surround (something) v ambir
  • ~ through, examine, check (documents, books) v compulsar
  • ~ through, go across v transir
  • ~ to bed v ir al lecto
  • v ir
  • v vader
  • v vader vad-/-vas-]
  • v /interj vade!
  • ~ , pass v mear
  • ~ , walk round, to circuit v circuir
  • ~ , walk round, to circuit v circuir (-ìr)

go-about v avantiar

  • ~ -about v facer progressos
  • ~ -about v occupar se de

goad n stimulo

  • v stimular

goading (action of) n stimulation

go-ahead n permission

goal (aim) n scopo

  • (sport) n goal
  • ~ goal-keeper ¬A Sports] n goal
  • ~ goal-keeper ¬A Sports] n goal A]

goal-keeper n goal-keeper

goalpost n palo

goat (male, billy) n capro

  • [Fem] n capra
  • n capra

goatherd n caprero

goat-like, caprine adj caprin

go-away (leave) interj vade via!

  • ~ -away (leave) interj vade!
  • ~ -away v partir

go-back (date from) v remontar a

  • ~ -back v retornar

gobble v devorar

goblet n calice

  • ~ , beaker, tumbler n bicario
  • ~ , cup n cuppa

goblin n gnomo

  • n spirito maligne

god n bib

  • n deo

godchild n filiolo

  • ~ -child n filiolo

goddaughter n filiola

goddess n dea

godfather (spiritual kinsman by the sacrament of baptism) n compatre

  • n patrino
  • ~ -father n patrino

god-forsaken adj deserte

  • ~ -forsaken adj triste

godless adj athee

godly (godlike, divine) adj divin

  • adj devote
  • adj pie

godmother (spiritual kinswoman by the sacrament of baptism) n commatre

  • n matrina

go-down (descend) v descender

  • ~ -down (founder) v affundar se

godparent (female) n matrina

  • (male) n patrino

godsend n fortuna inexpectate

godson n filiolo

goggles n berillos protective

go-in v entrar

going (departure) n partita

  • (sport) n stato del pista
  • ~ round, circuition n circuition

go-into v entrar

gold (golden) adj de auro

  • (ore) n auro
  • ~ filling (making of a) Dent] n aurification
  • n auro

gold-bearing, auriferous adj aurifere

golden (in colour) adj aurate

  • (in colour) adj auree
  • (made of gold) adj de auro
  • adj auree
  • ~ red, rutilant adj rutile
  • ~ yellow adj flave

goldfish n pisce aurate

goldmine n mina de auro

goldsmith n aurifice

  • n aurifice (-rì-)

golf (- club) n club de golf

  • (stick) n massa de golf
  • n golf
  • n golf A]

golfball n balla de golf

golfcourse n percurso de golf

golfer n jocator de golf

Gomorrah, Gomorrha n Gomorrha

gondola n gondola

  • n gondola (gòn-) I]

gondolier n gondolero

gong n gong

Gongorism, cultism n cultismo

gonio-, gon- (angle) occurring in derivatives and compounds] n goni-

goniometer n goniometro

  • n goniometro (-ò-)

goniometric adj goniometric

goniometry n goniometria

  • n goniometria (-ìa)

gono-, gon- (generation, offspring, semen) occurring in compounds] n gono-

gonorrhea [Pathol] n gonorrhea

  • [Pathol] n gonorrhea (-éa)

-gony (generation, origin) occurring in compounds] n -gonia

  • ~ -gony (generation, origin) occurring in compounds] n -gonia (-ìa)

good (as in the good and the beautiful) n bono

  • (for ~) adv pro sempre
  • (it is no ~) phr es inutile
  • (that which is good) n ben
  • adj bon
  • ~ fellow, good-natured man n bonhomo
  • ~ fortune, prosperity n felicitate
  • ~ nature, good-heartedness n bonhomia
  • ~ nature, good-heartedness n bonhomia (-ìa)
  • ~ will, benevolence n benevolentia
  • ~ will, favor n favor
  • ~ wishes, congratulation n gratulation

good-afternoon phr Greet]

good-bye (goodby) phr adeo

  • ~ -bye (see you later) phr a revider nos
  • ~ -bye phr Greet]

good-day phr bon die

good-evening phr bon vespere

good-for-nothing adj inutile

good-friday n venerdi sancte

good-heartedness, good nature n bonhomia

  • ~ -heartedness, good nature n bonhomia (-ìa)

good-humoured adj de bon humor

good-intentions n bon intentiones

good-job interj ben facite

  • ~ -job interj bon travalio

good-looking adj belle

  • ~ -looking adj de belle aspecto

good-morning phr Greet]

good-natured adj affabile

  • ~ -natured adj de tono amical
  • ~ -natured man, good fellow n bonhomo

goodness n bonitate

good-night phr bon nocte

goods n mercantias

  • n merce

goods-train n traino de mercantias

  • ~ -train n traino de merces

good-tempered adj de bon humor

good-will n bon voler

go-off (depart) v partir

  • ~ -off (explode) v exploder
  • ~ -off (tantrum) v exploder de ira

go-on v continuar

  • ~ -on v proceder

goose (as in goose liver) adj anserin

  • (wild) n ansere
  • [Zool] n oca
  • ~ flesh, horripilation n horripilation
  • n ansere
  • n ansere (àn-)
  • n oca

gooseberry n grossula

  • ~ -berry n grossula
  • ~ , grossular adj grossular

go-out (fire) v extinguer se

  • ~ -out (leave) v exir
  • ~ -out (leave) v sortir

gopher, spermophile n spermophilo

  • ~ , spermophile n spermophilo (-mò-)

gore n sanguine

  • v cornar

gorge n gorga

  • n ravina
  • v plenar (se) con nutrimento
  • v plenar con nutrimento
  • ~ , throat, gullet n gorga

gorgeous adj magnific

  • adj splendide

gorilla n gorilla

gormandize, gluttonize v gluttonisar

gory adj sanguinose

gospel n evangelio

gossip (gossiping woman) n commatre

  • (ing) n commatrage
  • (ing) n commatrage (-aje)
  • (person) n commatre
  • (talk) n commatrage
  • v commatrar

Goth n gotho

Gothic (1. Gothic language; 2. Arch/Art]; 3. Typog] (black letter) n gothico

  • (1. pertaining to the Goths; 2. Arch/Art]; 3. Typog] (blackletter) adj gothic
  • adj gothic

go-to-hell (insult) phr mori te!

  • ~ -to-hell (insult) phr vade te al inferno!

gouge n gubia

  • v cavar
  • v cavar (con le gubia)

goulash n gulash

  • n gulash (gù-)

go-up v montar

gourmand, epicure n gourmand

  • ~ , epicure n gourmand F]

gourmet n gastronomo

  • n gourmet
  • ~ , connoisseur (in food and drink) n gourmet
  • ~ , connoisseur (in food and drink) n gourmet F]

gouty adj guttose

govermental adj governamental

govern (1. to direct, control; 2. Gram]) v reger

  • (1. to direct, control; 2. Gram]) v reger reg-/rect-;-rig-/-rect-]
  • (rule, direct, control) v governar
  • v governar
  • ~ , rule over v imperar

governable adj governabile

governess n governante

government (1. rule, direction, control; 2. body of persons governing a State) n governamento

  • n governamento

governmental adj governamental

governor n governator

go-without (make do and ~) v arrangiar se con e contentarse sin

  • ~ -without vt contentar se sin

gown (academic) n toga

  • (woman's) n roba
  • ~ , habit n cotta
  • ~ , robe (of office) n toga

grab v sasir

Gracchus [Rom. Hist] n Graccho

grace (1. gracefulness; 2. graciousness; 3. mercy, clemency) n gratia

  • (your ~) n vostre excellentia
  • n gratia
  • v gratiar
  • ~ , mercy, clemency n mercede

graceful adj gratiose

gracious adj gratiose

graciousness n gratiositate

-grad (town, city) occurring in compounds] n -grad

  • ~ -grad (town, city) occurring in compounds] n -grad R]

gradation (gradual change) n gradation

grade (mark) n nota

  • n grado
  • ~ off, grade (color) Art] v degradar
  • v classificar
  • v graduar
  • ~ , grade off (color) Art] v degradar
  • ~ , mark [School] n nota

grader, graduator n graduator

gradient [Meteorol/Physiol] n gradiente

  • adj gradiente

gradual adj gradual

gradually adv gradualmente

  • ~ , by degrees, little by little, a little at a time adv paulatim (-là-)
  • ~ , by degrees, little by little, a little at a time adv paulatim

gradualness n gradualitate

graduate (1. one who has received an academic or professional degree; 2. graduated measuring cup, tube) n graduato

  • (1. to mark with degrees for measuring; 2. to grade, arrange in gradations; 3. to confer an academic or professional degree upon) v graduar
  • adj graduate
  • adj graduate (pp of graduar)
  • n graduato
  • v graduar se

graduation (1. gradation, arrangement in degrees or gradations; 2. division into degrees; 3. action of conferring or receiving an academic or professional degree) n graduation

  • n graduation
  • ~ , shading off (of colors) n degradation

graduator, grader n graduator

Graeco-Roman, Greco-Roman adj grecoroman

graffiti n graffiti

graft (shoot used in grafting) Hort] n graffo

  • [Hort] v graffar
  • [Hort] v inocular
  • n inoculation
  • v inocular
  • v insertar

grafter [Hort] n graffator

grafting [Hort] n inoculation

Grail n gral

grain (1. as in a grain of sand; 2. Meas]) n grano

  • (crop) n cereales
  • (of sand, seed) n grano
  • ~ , corn (1. seed of cereal grasses; 2. as in grain market, corn exchange) n grano
  • ~ , vein v venar

grainy, granular adj granose

gram (-amme) n gramma

  • ~ -gram [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n -gramma
  • ~ -gram [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n -gramma -ma/-mat-]
  • n gramma

grammar n grammatica

grammarian n grammatico

grammatical adj grammatic

  • adj grammatical

grammatically adv grammaticamente

gramme n gramma

gramophone n grammophono

  • n grammophono (-ò-)

granary n granario

grand adj grandiose

  • adj imponente
  • adj magnific
  • ~ , imposing adj grandiose
  • ~ , stately adj pompose

grand-child [Fem] n granfilia

  • ~ -child [Masc] n granfilio
  • n nepto
  • ~ , grandson n nepote

grand-children n granfilios

granddaughter n granfilia

  • ~ -daughter n granfilia
  • n nepta

grandee Grande Britannia npr Great britain n grande

grandeur n grandiositate

  • n magnificentia

grandfather n avo

  • n granpatre
  • ~ -father n granpatre

grandiloquence n grandiloquentia

grandiloquent adj grandiloquente

grandiose adj grandiose

grandisonous, grandisonant adj grandisone

grandmother n ava

  • n granmatre
  • ~ -mother n granmatre

grand-parent [Fem] n granmatre

  • ~ -parent [Masc] n granpatre

grand-parents n granpatres

grand-piano (grand ~) n piano de cauda

  • ~ -piano n piano de cauda

grandson n granfilio

  • ~ -son n granfilio
  • ~ , grandchild n nepote

grandstand n tribuna

  • ~ -stand n tribuna
  • ~ -stand n tribuna (de honor)

graniform adj graniforme

granite n granito

granitic adj granitic

granitoid, granitoidal adj granitoide

granivore n granivoro

  • n granivoro (-ì-)

granivorous adj granivore

grant (academic) n bursa

  • (academic) n stipendio
  • (land) n concession
  • (money) n subvention
  • (take for -ed) v presupponer
  • ~ a diploma to v diplomar
  • ~ a privilege, privilege v privilegiar
  • ~ letters patent to (someone) v brevetar
  • v accordar
  • v conceder
  • ~ , accord v accordar
  • ~ , concede v conceder
  • ~ , concede v conceder -ced-/-cess-]
  • ~ , concede v impartir
  • ~ , concession n concession

grantable adj accordabile

granular granular adj granular

  • ~ , grainy adj granose
  • ~ , granuliform adj granuliforme
  • ~ , granulose adj granulose

granulater, granulator n granulator

granulation n granulation

granulator, granulater n granulator

granule n granulo

granuliferous adj granulifere

granuliform, granular adj granuliforme

granulite [Mineral] n granulite

granulose, granular adj granulose

grape mildew, mildew (vine) n mildew

  • ~ mildew, mildew (vine) n mildew A]
  • n uva

grapefruit (1. fruit of the grapefruit tree; 2. grapefruit tree) n pompelmus (-mùs)

  • (1. fruit of the grapefruit tree; 2. grapefruit tree) n pompelmus
  • ~ -fruit n pompelmus

grapes, bunch of grapes n uva

grape-vine n bot

  • ~ -vine n Fig]
  • ~ , vine n vite

-graph (1. as in epigraph; 2. as in seismograph) occurring in compounds] n -grapho

  • n graphico

graphic (1. pertaining to writing, drawing; 2. pertaining to graphs) adj graphic

  • adj graphic
  • ~ arts n graphica

graphite n graphite

  • ~ , black lead n plumbagine

graphitic adj graphitic

graphological adj graphologic

graphologist n graphologo

  • n graphologo (-phò-)

graphology (study of handwriting) n graphologia

  • (study of handwriting) n graphologia (-ìa)

grapple v luctar

grasp (a tool, weapon) v impugnar

  • (mentally) v apprender
  • (take hold) v caper
  • (take hold) v sasir
  • n prisa
  • ~ , hold (action of seizing, taking hold of, etc) n prisa
  • ~ , seize v caper
  • ~ , seize v caper cap-/capt-;-cip-/-cept-]
  • ~ , seize, clutch v impugnar

grasping, mercenary adj mercantil

grass n herba

grasshopper (member of the family Acridiidae exclusive of locusts) Entom] n locusta

  • n saltator
  • ~ -hopper n saltator

grassy, herbose adj herbose

grate (1. grating; 2. frame of iron bars holding a fire) n grillia

  • (as in to grate cheese) v raspar
  • n grillia
  • v grattar

grateful adj grate

  • ~ , thankful adj grate

grater, rasp, scraper n raspator

gratification n gratification

gratify (a whim) v satisfacer

  • (content) v contentar
  • (content) v gratificar
  • v gratificar

grating, lattice work n grilliage

  • ~ , lattice work n grilliage (-aje)
  • ~ , railings, lattice enclosure n cancello

gratis (free of charge) adv gratis

  • ~ , free (of charge) adv gratis
  • ~ , free (of charge) adv gratis (qrà-) L]

gratitude n gratitude

gratuitous (1. gratis, free; 2. uncalled for, unwarranted) adj gratuite (-ù-)

  • (1. gratis, free; 2. uncalled for, unwarranted) adj gratuite

gratuity n gratification

  • n pourboire

gravamen, grievance n gravamine

grave (1. solemn, important; 2. low-pitched, deep) adj grave

  • (serious) adj grave
  • (tomb) n fossa
  • (tomb) n sepulcro
  • (tomb) n sepultura
  • (tomb) n tumba
  • ~ , pit, cavity n fossa
  • ~ , tomb n tumba

gravelliness, sandiness n arenositate

gravelly, sandy adj arenose

graven, carved, sculptured adj sculpte

grave-stone n lapide sepulcral

grave-yard n cemeterio

  • ~ , cemetery n cemeterio

gravid (pregnant) adj gravide

gravidity (pregnancy) n graviditate

  • ~ , pregnancy n graviditate

gravitate [Phys] v gravitar

  • v gravitar

gravitation [Phys] n gravitation

  • n gravitation

gravity (1. Phys]; 2. seriousness, importance; 3. lowness of pitch) n gravitate

  • n gravitate

gravure (art engraving) n gravura

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

gravy n sauce

  • n succo de carne
  • ~ , sauce n sauce
  • ~ , sauce n sauce F]

gray (grey) n gris

graze (of cattle) v pasturar

  • (touch) v rader
  • (wound) v excoriar
  • ~ , brush (against) v rader
  • ~ , brush (against) v rader rad-/ras-]
  • ~ , excoriate, bark v excoriar
  • ~ , pasture (1. to take or drive to pasture; 2. to browse) v pascer
  • ~ , pasture (1. to take or drive to pasture; 2. to browse) v pascer pasc-/past-]
  • ~ , pasture (browse) v pasturar

grease n grassia

  • v grassiar
  • v ingrassar
  • ~ , fat n grassia
  • ~ , oil v olear

grease-proof adj impermeabile al grassia

greasy adj grasse

  • ~ , oily adj oleose

great (1. big, large; 2. as in great man, great lord) adj grande

  • (a - deal) adj multo
  • (big) adj grande
  • (eminent) adj celebre
  • (eminent) adj magne
  • ~ expense n dispendio
  • v alue, preciousness n preciositate
  • ~ , eminent adj magne

great-aunt n granamita

  • ~ -aunt n granamita (-nà-)

Great-Britain [Geog] n Grande Britannia

greatcoat, overcoat n paletot

  • ~ , overcoat n paletot F]

greatest, highest, maximal adj maxime

  • ~ , highest, maximal adj maxime (màx-)

great-grandfather n bisavo

  • ~ -grandfather n granpatre secunde

great-grandmother n bisava

  • ~ -grandmother n granmatre secunde

greatly adv multo

great-nephew n grannepto

greatness (1. size; 2. grandeur) n grandor

  • n grandor

great-niece n grannepta

great-uncle n granoncle

Grecian, Greek adj grec

Grecism, Hellenism (1. Grecian quality; 2. Greek idiom) n grecismo

Grecize, Hellenize v grecisar

Greck (1. Greek language; 2. inhabitant of Greece) n greco

Greco-Roman, Graeco-Roman adj grecoroman

Greece [Geog] n Grecia

  • n Grecia

greed n avaritia

  • ~ , greediness, avidity n aviditate

greediness, avidity, greed n aviditate

greedy adj avar

  • adj avide
  • ~ , avid adj avide
  • ~ , avid adj avide (à-)

greek adj grec

  • adj hellenic
  • ~ fret, key pattern, meander [Art] n greca
  • n greco
  • ~ , Grecian adj grec

green (the color) n verde

  • adj verde
  • n verde
  • ~ , unripe adj crude

green-belt phr zona verde

greenery n verdura

green-grocer n fructero

  • ~ -grocer n verdurero
  • ~ , fruiterer n fructero

green-grocery n fructos e verdura

green-house n conservatorio

Green-land [Geog] n Grenlandia

  • n Groenlandia
  • ~ , Greenlandic groenlandese adj groenlandese

green-lander n groenlandese

Greenlandic groenlandese, Greenland adj groenlandese

greens (green vegetables) n verdura

  • (political party) n le Verdes
  • [Bot] n verduras

greet v salutar

greeter, saluter n salutator

greeting (salutation) n salute

  • ~ , salute n salute

gregarious (tending to flock or herd together) adj gregari

  • adj gregari

gremial [Eccl] n gremial

Grenada [Geog] n Grenada

grenade n granata

  • ~ , shell [Mil] n granata

grenadier [Mil] n granatero

  • [Mil] n grenadier
  • [Mil] n grenadier F]

grenadine (sirup of pomegranates) n grenadina

grey (gray) n gris

greyhound n leporario

  • ~ -hound n leporario

grid [Elec] n grillia

  • n grillia

gridiron, grill n grillia

grief n dolor

  • ~ , sorrow n dolo

grievance n gravamine

  • ~ , gravamen n gravamine

grieve vi affliger se

  • vt affliger
  • vt penar

grievous adj dolorose

  • adj grave

griffin [Gr. Mythol] n grypho

griffon vulture n grypho

grill n grillia

  • v grilliar
  • v rostir
  • ~ , gridiron n grillia
  • ~ , roast, broil [Cookery] v rostir

grille n grillia

grilled food n grilliada

grilling (action of) n grilliada

  • ~ , roasting, broiling [Cookery] n rostimento

grillroom, rotisserie n rotisserie

  • ~ , rotisserie n rotisserie F]

grim adj cruel

  • adj menaciante
  • adj sever
  • adj sinistre

grimace n grimasse

  • v facer grimasses
  • v grimassar
  • ~ , make wry faces v grimassar
  • ~ , wry face n grimasse
  • ~ , wry face n grimasse F]

grime n immunditia

grimy adj immunde

grin n surriso

  • v surrider
  • v surrider (monstrante le dentes)

grind (as in to grind coffee) v moler

  • n labor monotone
  • vi functionar ruitosemente
  • vt moler

grindstone n mola

grip (bag) n sacco de viage

  • (handle) n impugnatura
  • (handle) n manico
  • (hold) n prisa
  • (of tyres) n adherentia
  • v impugnar
  • v sasir
  • v stringer

gripe (affect with colic pains) v dar colica a

  • (complain) v querelar

grippe [Pathol] n grippe

  • [Pathol] n grippe F]

grisaille n grisalia

grisette (French girl of the working class) n grisette

  • (French girl of the working class) n grisette F]

gristle n cartilagine

grit (an icy road) v sablar

  • (fig) n fortia de chararcter
  • (stony sand) n arena
  • (the teeth) v interfricar

gritty adj arenose

grizzly (bear) n grizzly

  • (bear) n grizzly A]
  • adj grizzly
  • adj urso gris

groan n gemito

  • v gemer
  • ~ , whine n gemito
  • ~ , whine n gemito (gé-)

groaning, sighing n gemimento

grocer n speciero

groceries (collectively) n specieria

  • (collectively) n specieria (-ìa)

grocer's-shop n specieria

grocery (store) n specieria

  • (store) n specieria (-ìa)
  • n specieria

grog n grog

  • n grog A]

groin n inguine

groom (bridegroom) n sponso

  • (for horses) n groom
  • (manservant) n groom
  • (manservant) n groom A]
  • n staffero
  • v curar

groove (channel) n cannellatura

  • (record) n sulco
  • v cannellar
  • ~ , channel n cannellatura
  • ~ , channel, flute v cannellar

grooved, fluted adj cannellate

  • ~ , fluted adj cannellate (ppr of cannellar)

grope v cercar tastante

gross (12 dozen) n grossa

  • (bulk) n grosso
  • (coarse) adj grossier
  • (total) adj brute
  • (unit consisting of twelve dozen) n grossa
  • [Commer] adj brute

grossular, gooseberry adj grossular

grotesque adj grottesc

  • n grottesco

grotto n grotta

grouch n persona irritate

grouchy adj irritate

ground (background) n fundo

  • (basis) n fundamento
  • (land) n terra
  • (plot of) n terreno
  • (plot, terrain) n terreno
  • (soil, floor) n solo
  • v arenar
  • v arenar (se)
  • ~ , reason n occasion

ground-floor n plano terren

grounding, stranding n arenamento

groundless adj sin fundamento

grounds n sedimento

ground-sheet n tela impermeabile

grounds-man n guardiano del terreno

ground-work n fundamento

group n aggruppamento

  • n gruppamento
  • n gruppo
  • ~ or set of three n terno
  • ~ together, mass v massar
  • v aggruppar
  • v gruppar

grouping (act of) n aggruppamento

  • (act of) n gruppamento

grouse (bird) n tetrao

  • n plancto
  • n querela
  • v planger se
  • v querelar

grove n arboreto

  • n boschetto
  • ~ of plane trees n plataneto

grovel v humiliar se

grow (become larger) v crescer

  • (become larger) v crescer cresc-/cret-]
  • (become larger) vi crescer
  • (become) vi devenir
  • (of plants, animals) v vegetar
  • ~ a beard v barbar
  • ~ again v recrescer
  • ~ dark (as in it is growing dark, evening is coming) v annoctar
  • ~ into a tree, arboresce [Bot] v arborescer
  • ~ inveterate v inveterar
  • ~ mute, grow silent v mutescer
  • ~ old v inveterar
  • ~ out or forth v excrescer
  • ~ pale, pale v palidir
  • ~ red, redden v erubescer
  • ~ red, redden v ruber
  • ~ red, redden v rubescer
  • ~ silent, grow mute v mutescer
  • ~ to seed, seed v granar
  • ~ up, to become adolescent v adolescer
  • vt cultivar

growing, increasing adj crescente

  • ~ , increasing adj crescente (ppr of crescer)

growl n grunnimento

  • v grunnir

grown-up, adult adj adulte

growth (action of growing) n crescentia

  • (increase) n crescimento
  • (process of growing) n crescimento
  • [Med] excrescentia

grow-up v devenir adulte

grub n larva

grubby adj immunde

grudge (bear a ~) v haber resentimento

  • (motivo de) n rancor
  • v dar in spirito rancorose

gruelling adj exhauriente

  • adj penose
  • n proba exhauriente

gruesome adj horribile

  • adj macabre
  • ~ , macabre adj macabre

gruff adj aspere

  • adj de mal humor

gruffness n tono aspere

grumble n murmure

  • v murmurar
  • ~ , whisper, mutter, mumble v susurrar

grumpy adj brusc

  • adj irritabile

grunt n grunnimento

  • v grunnir
  • ~ , grunting (action of) n grunnimento

grunter (one who or that which grunts) n grunnitor

grunting, grunt (action of) n grunnimento

Guadeloupe [Geog] n Guadelupe

Guam [Geog] n Guam

guano n guano

guarantee (1. to guarantee the quality of; 2. to warrant) v garantir

  • n garantia
  • v garantir
  • ~ , guarantor n garante
  • ~ , guaranty, warranty n garantia
  • ~ , guaranty, warranty n garantia (-ìa)

guarantor n garante

  • ~ , guarantee n garante

guaranty, warranty, guarantee n garantia

  • ~ , warranty, guarantee n garantia (-ìa)

guard (1. action of guarding; 2. one who guards; 3. group or body of guards; 4 . as in mudguard, guard of a sword) n guarda

  • (defend, protect) v guardar
  • (of industry) n protection
  • (of protection) n guarda
  • (of train) n chef de traino
  • (watchman) n guarda
  • v guardar
  • ~ , sentry, watch n faction
  • ~ , watchman n vigilator

guarded adj circumspecte

guardian (of a minor) Law] n curator

  • (of minor) n tutor
  • adj guardian
  • n guardiano
  • ~ , custodian n custode
  • ~ , guard n guardator
  • ~ , guard n guardiano
  • ~ , tutor [Law] n tutor
  • ~ , tutoress [Law] n tutrice

guardian-angel n angelo guardian

  • ~ -angel n angelo tutelar

guardianship [Law] n curatela

  • ~ , tutelage [Law] n tutela
  • ~ , tutorship [Law] n tutoria
  • ~ , tutorship [Law] n tutoria (-ìa)

guard's-van n furgon

s-van n furgon (de bagage)

guarter (1. to cut into quarters; 2. to assign living quarters to) v quartierar

Guatemala [Geog] n Guatemala

Guelph [Hist] adj guelfe

  • [Hist] n guelfo

guerrilla n guerrillero

  • ~ warfare n guerrilla
  • ~ warfare n guerrilla H]
  • ~ , partisan n guerrillero
  • ~ , partisan n guerrillero (-lyéro)

guess (believe) v creder

  • (believe) v supponer
  • (conjecture) v conjecturar
  • (divine, find out) v divinar
  • n conjectura
  • ~ , divine v divinar

guess-work n conjectura

guest (at a hotel, boardinghouse) n hospite

  • (at a hotel, boardinghouse) n hospite (hòs-)
  • (at hotel) n hospite
  • (invited person) n invitato
  • (invited) n convitato
  • (invited) n invitato

guest-house n parve hotel

  • ~ -house n pension

guest-room n camera pro hospites

guidance n direction

  • n guida

guide (1. one who guides; 2. guidebook; 3. instrument or part of an instrument, a machine, that controls a movement) n guida

  • (book) n guida
  • (person) n guida
  • v guidar
  • ~ , conduct, lead v menar

guide-book n guida

  • ~ -book n manual

guide-dog n can guida

guide-lines n lineas de guida

guild n corporation

  • n union de mestiero
  • ~ , corporation n corporation

guillotine n guillotina

  • n guillotina (gi-)
  • v guillotinar
  • v guillotinar (gi-)

guillotining (act of) n guillotinamento

  • (act of) n guillotinamento (gi-)

guilt n culpa

  • ~ , culpability n culpabilitate

guiltless adj innocent

guilty adj culpabile

  • ~ of extortion adj concussionari

guinea (coin) n guinea

  • [Geog] n Guinea
  • ~ fowl, guinea hen, pintado n pintada
  • ~ fowl, guinea hen, pintado n pintada P]
  • ~ hen, pintado, guinea fowl n pintada
  • ~ hen, pintado, guinea fowl n pintada P]
  • n Guinea
  • n Guinea (ginéa)

Guinea-Bissau [Geog] n Guinea Bissau

guinea-pig n porco de india

guitar n gitarra

  • n guitarra
  • n guitarra (gi-)

guitarist n gitarrista

  • n guitarrista
  • n guitarrista (gi-)

gulf (fig) n abysmo

  • n golfo
  • ~ Stream n gulf stream
  • ~ Stream n gulf stream A]
  • ~ , bay n golfo

gull n laro

  • ~ , mew, seagull [Ornith] n laro

gullet n esophago

  • n gorga
  • n gurgite
  • ~ , gorge, throat n gorga
  • ~ , throat n gurgite
  • ~ , throat n gurgite (gùr-)
  • ~ , throat n gutture

gulp down, swallow v inglutir

  • n grande buccata
  • n inglutimento
  • v inglutir

gulvanoplastics n galvanoplastica

gum (substance) n gumma

  • (treat, smear, with gum) v gummar
  • (treat, smear, with gum) v ingummar
  • [Anat] n gingiva
  • [Bot] n gumma
  • ~ ammoniac, ammoniac n ammoniaco
  • v ingummar

gummiferous adj gummifere

gummosity n gummositate

gummous adj gummose

gun (cannon) n cannon

  • (firearm) n arma de foco
  • (pistol) n pistola
  • (pistol) n revolver
  • (rifle) n fusil
  • ~ foundry n cannoneria
  • ~ foundry n cannoneria (-ìa)
  • ~ , cannon n cannon
  • ~ , rifle n fusil

gunboat n cannonera

gun-carriage n affuste

guncotton n fulmicoton

gun-fire n cannonadas

  • ~ -fire n foco de artilleria

gun-man (armed robber) n robator armate

  • ~ -man (terrorist) n terrorista

gunner [Mil] n serviente

gun-powder n pulvere

gun-running n contrabando de armas

gurgle n gluglu

  • v facer gluglu
  • v glugluer
  • v gurguliar

gurgling adj/pres. part facente gluglu

  • ~ adj/pres. part glugluente

gush n effusion

  • v effunder

gust n colpo de vento

gustation, tasting n gustation

gustative adj gustative

gusto n enthusiasmo

  • n fervor

gusty, windy adj ventose

gut n intestino

  • v destruer le interior de
  • v eventrar

gut-out v destruer le interior de

guts (food) n tripas

  • (fortitude) n corage

gutta [Chem] n gutta

gutta-percha n guttapercha

  • ~ -percha n guttapercha (-sha)
  • ~ -percha n percha
  • ~ -percha n percha (-sh-)

gutter (at eaves) n guttiera

  • (gutter at the eaves) n guttiera
  • (in street) n canaletto

guttiferous [Bot] adj guttifere

guttural adj guttural

gutturalization n gutturalisation

gutturalize v gutturalisar

guy [Amer] n guy

  • n individuo
  • n individuo, typo
  • n typo, individuo
  • v parodiar, ridiculisar
  • v ridiculisar, parodiar

Guyana [Geog] n Guyana

guy-rope n corda de tenta

guzzle v inglutir

guzzler (gas ~) n inglutitor de combustibile

  • n inglutitor

gymnasiarch [Gr. Antiq] n gymnasiarcha

gymnasium (1. hall for gymnastic practice; 2. gymnasium) n gymnasio

  • n gymnasio

gymnast n gymnasta

gymnastic adj gymnastic

  • adj gymnic
  • ~ , gymnastical adj gymnastic

gymnastical, gymnastic adj gymnastic

gymnastics (sport) n gymnastica

  • n gymnastica

gymnoblastic [Zool] adj gymnoblaste

gymnosophist n gymnosophista

gymnospermous [Bot] adj gymnosperme

gymnosporous [Bot] adj gymnospore

  • [Bot] adj gymnospore (-nò-)

gymnotus, electric eel [Zool] n gymnoto

gyn-, gyno- (pistil, ovary) occurring in compounds] n gyn-

gynaeceum [Gr. and Rom. Antiq] n gyneceo

  • [Gr. and Rom. Antiq] n gyneceo (-éo)

gynander (member of the class Gynandria) Bot] n gynandro

gynandrous adj gynandre

gynecocracy n gynecocratia

  • n gynecocratia (-ìa)

gynecocratic, gynecocratical adj gynecocratic

gynecocratical, gynecocratic adj gynecocratic

gynecologic adj gynecologic

gynecologist (gynaec-) n gynecologo

  • n gynecologista
  • n gynecologo
  • n gynecologo (-cò-)

gynecology (gynaec-) n gynecologia

  • n gynecologia
  • n gynecologia (-ìa)

gynobase [Bot] n gynobase

gynophore [Bot] n gynophoro

  • [Bot] n gynophoro (-nò-)

gyp v fraudar

gypseous, gypsum [Mineral] adj gypsose

gypsiferous [Mineral] adj gypsifere

gypsum (CaSO4-2H2O) n gypso

  • [Mineral] n gypso
  • ~ deposit n gypsiera
  • ~ deposit or pit n gypsiera
  • ~ pit n gypsiera
  • v ingypsar
  • ~ worker n gypsero
  • ~ worker, dealer n gypsero
  • ~ , gypseous [Mineral] adj gypsose

Gypsy (language of the gypsies) n tsigano

  • (member of a gypsy tribe) n egyptiano
  • (member of a gypsy tribe) n egyptio
  • adj egyptian
  • adj egyptie
  • adj tsigan
  • n bohemo
  • n romanie
  • n tsigano

gypsymoth n Porthetria dispar

gyrate v gyrar

  • ~ , rotate v girar
  • ~ , whirl v tornear

gyrating, gyratory adj giratori

gyration n gyration

  • ~ , rotation n giration

gyratory, gyrating adj giratori

gyre v gyrar

  • v rotar

gyrocompass n gyrocompasso

gyrometer n gyrometro

  • n gyrometro (-rò-)

gyroscope n gyroscopio

gyroscopic adj gyroscopic

gyrostat n gyrostato

  • n gyrostato (-rò-)

gyrostatic adj gyrostatic

gyrostatie adj gyrostatic

gyrus (circle or turn) n gyro

  • [Anat] n gyro