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j (letter ~) n jota

  • (letter ~) n littera j

jab n colpo

  • v colpar
  • v piccar

jabber v blaterar

  • v pronunciar indistincte e rapidemente

jack (car raising device) n cric

jackal n chacal

  • n chacal (sh-)

jackass n asino

  • n stulto

jacket (garment) n jachetta, jaco

  • (garment) n jaco, jachetta
  • (of book) n camisa
  • (of book) n copertura de papiro
  • (tech) n camisa
  • ~ , coat n jachetta
  • ~ , coat n jaco
  • ~ , cover, envelope n camisa

jack-pot n grosse ganio

  • ~ -pot n grosse premio

jack-up v criccar in alto

  • ~ -up v levar con le cric

Jacobin (1. as in Jacobin friar; 2. Fr. Hist]) adj jacobin

  • (1. Dominican friar; 2. Fr. Hist]) n jacobino

Jacobinism n jacobinismo

Jacobitism n jacobitismo

jaculation n jaculation

jade (the stone jade) n jada

  • n jada

jaded adj defesso

  • adj fatigate
  • adj jadate
  • adj lasse

jagged (coarse, toothy) adj dentate

  • (coarse, toothy) adj serrate
  • (ripped) adj prerupte
  • (tired) adj fatigate
  • (tired) adj lasse

jaguar n jaguar

Jah (Jehovah) n Jah

jail (- bird) n prisionero

  • (cage) v imprisionar
  • (cage) v incarcerar
  • (gaol) n carcere
  • (gaol) n prision
  • [Zool] n carcere
  • [Zool] n prision

jailer n carcerero

  • ~ , keeper n carcerero

jam (conserve) n confectura

  • (fix) n difficultate
  • (get stuck) vi bloccar se
  • (obstruct) v bloccar
  • (obstruct) v obstruer
  • (of radio) v bloccar con ruito
  • (squeeze in) vt comprimer
  • (squeeze in) vt serrar
  • (traffic) n paralyse del circulation
  • ~ , preserves n confectura
  • ~ , preserves n marmelada

Jamaica [Geog] n Jamaica

jamaican adj jamaican

  • n jamaicano

jambeau (armor for the leg) n gambiera

jamboree n jamboree

James n Jacobo

jam-jar n potto pro confectura

january n januario

  • n januario

Janus [Rom. Mythol] n Jano

Japan [Geog] n Japon

  • n Japon

japanese adj/n japonese

  • ~ japonese adj japonese

Japheth [Bib] n Japhet

  • [Bib] n Japhet (jà-)

Japhetic adj japhetic

jar (jolt) v choccar

  • (large earthenware) n jarra
  • (large eartnenware) n jarra
  • (of sound, colours) v discordar
  • (small) n potto
  • ~ , pot n olla

jardiniere, ornamental flower stand n jardiniera

jargon (1. language regarded as barbarous; 2. technical vocabulary of aspecial group) n jargon F]

  • (1. language regarded as barbarous; 2. technical vocabulary of aspecial group) n jargon
  • n jargon
  • v jargonar
  • ~ , galimatias, gibberish n galimatias
  • ~ , galimatias, gibberish n galimatias (-ìas)

jasmine n jasmin

  • ~ , jessamine n jasmin

jaundice n ictero

  • n jalnessa

jaundiced adj con jalnessa

  • adj icterose

jaunt n excursion

javelin n javelotto

jaw [Anat] n mandibula

  • n mandibula
  • n maxilla
  • ~ , jawbone n maxilla

jawbone n maxilla

  • ~ , jaw n maxilla

jay [Ornith] n gaio

jazz (music) n jazz

  • (music) n jazz A]
  • n jazz

jazzy adj brillante

  • adj jazzate
  • adj vivente

jealous adj jelose

  • adj zelose

jealousy n jelosia

  • n jelosia (-ìa)
  • n zelosia
  • n zelosia (-ìa)

jeans n blue-jeans

jeep n jeep

jeer n crito de derision

  • v derider

Jehovah (God) n Jahveh

  • (God) n Jehovah
  • (yhwh) n jhvh
  • n Jehovah
  • n Jehovah (-hòva)

Jehovah's witnesses n testes de Jehovah

jejunum [Anat] n jejuno

jelly n gelea

  • n gelea (-éa)

jellyfish n medusa

jeopardize v mitter in periculo

jeremiad n jeremiade

  • n jeremiade (-ì-)

Jeremiah [Bib] n Jeremia

  • [Bib] n Jeremia (-ìa)

Jeremy n Jeremia

  • n Jeremia (-ìa)

Jericho n Jericho

  • n Jericho (jé-)

jerk (annoying person) n enoiante

  • (annoying person) n persona irritante
  • (annoying person) n vexator
  • ~ around v calcar
  • ~ around v calcar, de pede per culo
  • ~ around v de pede per culo, calcar
  • n spasmo
  • n succussa
  • v succuter
  • v succuter (se)

jerky adj que se move per sucussas

  • adj spasmodic

Jersey (garment) n sweater, tricot

  • (garment) n tricot, sweater
  • ~ np Jersey

Jerusalem artichoke, topinambou n tupinambà

  • ~ artichoke, topinambou n tupinambà Tupi]
  • n Jerusalem

jessamine, jasmine n jasmin

jest n burla

  • v burlar
  • ~ , joke n burla
  • ~ , joke n joco
  • ~ , joke v burlar

jester n buffon

  • ~ , joker n burlator

Jesuit ([R.C.Ch]) n jesuita

  • ([R.C.Ch]) n jesuita (-ì-)
  • ~ , Jesuitic adj jesuita
  • ~ , Jesuitic adj jesuita (-ì-)
  • ~ , Jesuitic adj jesuitic
  • ~ , Jesuitic adj jesuitic (-ì-)

Jesuitism n jesuitismo

Jesus (- Christ) n Jesus Christo

  • n Jesus
  • n Jesus (-sùs)

jet (burner) n becco de gas

  • (mineral) n lignite polite
  • (of liquid) n jecto
  • (plane) n avion a jecto
  • (plane) n avion a reaction

jettison v jectar

jetty n jectata

  • n mole
  • ~ , pier, mole n jectata

jew n judeo

  • n judeo

jewel n joiel

jeweled, gemmed adj gemmate

  • ~ , gemmed adj gemmate (pp of gemmar)

jeweler (-eller) n joielero

  • n joielero

jeweler's shop n joieleria

s shop n joieleria (-ìa)

jewelry (-ellery) n joieles

jewess n judea

jewish adj judee

  • adj judee
  • adj judee (-ée)

jib (sail) n foc

  • v refusar

jiffy n instante

  • n momento

jig (dance) n jiga

  • [Dancing, Mus] n jiga
  • [Dancing, Mus] v jigar
  • [Techn] patrono de montage
  • v jigar

jilt v abandonar

jingle n tintinno

  • v tintinnar
  • ~ , clink, tinkle v tintinnar

jingling, clinking, tinkling (action of) n tintinnamento

jingoism n chauvinismo

jiujitsu, jujitsu n jujutsu

  • ~ , jujitsu n jujutsu (jù-) J]

job (employment) n empleo

  • (occupation) n occupation
  • (piece of work) n obra
  • (position) n posto
  • (task) n carga
  • (task) n deber

jockey n jockey

  • n jockey A]

jocose, playful adj jocose

jocular (as in a jocular person) adj jocular

  • ~ , witty, humorous adj facete
  • ~ , witty, humorous adj facetiose

jog n sucussa

  • vi currer lentemente
  • vt succuter

jogging (a slow run) n jogging

join (a club) v facer se membro de

  • (bring or put together) v junger
  • (bring or put together) v junger jung-/junct-]
  • (linea de) n junctura
  • (link) v junger
  • (link) v junger (se)
  • (link) v unir
  • (link) v unir (se)
  • [Carp] v indentar
  • ~ in v participar in
  • ~ or unite (one thing with another) v sociar
  • ~ up (enlist) v inrolar se
  • ~ , connect, unite v unir
  • ~ , unite (bring or put together) v copular
  • ~ , unite (one thing to another) v adjunger
  • ~ , unite (one thing to another) v adjunger -jung-/junct-]

joined, joint, attached adj juncte

joiner n carpentero

joining, uniting (action of) n unimento

joint (of meat) n pecia de carne

  • (union) n junctura
  • (union) n union
  • [Anat] n articulo
  • adj commun
  • adj juncte
  • ~ party in interest n cointeressato
  • ~ , articulation [Anat] n conjunctura
  • ~ , attached, joined adj juncte

jointed adj articulate

jointly, together, conjointly, conjunctly adv conjunctemente

joist n trave

joke n burla

  • v burlar
  • ~ , jest n burla
  • ~ , jest n joco
  • ~ , jest v burlar

joker, jester n burlator

  • ~ , wag, farceur n farsator

jolly adj allegre

  • adj gai
  • adj vivace
  • adv multo
  • ~ chap, blade, hefty fellow n galliardo

jolt n choc

  • n succussa
  • v succuter
  • v succuter (se)

Jonah, Jonas n Jonas

  • ~ , Jonas n Jonas (jò-)

Jonas, Jonah n Jonas

  • ~ , Jonah n Jonas (jò-)

Jordan (river) n Fluvio Jordano, Jordano

  • (river) n Jordano, Fluvio Jordano
  • [Geog] n Jordania

jordanian adj jordanian

  • n jordaniano

Joseph n Joseph

Josephine n Josephina

Joshua n Josue

  • n Josue (-é)

jostle v jocar con le cubitos

jot (- down) v annotar, scriber rapidemente

  • (- down) v scriber rapidemente, annotar
  • n iota

joule [Phys] n joule

  • [Phys] n joule (jàul)

journal n jornal

  • ~ , diary n jornal

journalism (1. profession of a journalist; 2. newspapers and magazines as a group) n jornalismo

  • n jornalismo

journalist n jornalista

  • ~ , publicist n publicista

journalistic adj jornalistic

journey n viage

  • v viagiar
  • ~ , trip n viage
  • ~ , trip n viage (-aje)
  • ~ , walk along, tramp v camminar

Jove (1. Rom. Mythol]; 2. Astron] (Jupiter) n Jove

jovial adj jovial

joviality n jovialitate

jovially adv jovialmente

joy n gaudio

  • n gaudio, joia
  • n joia, gaudio
  • ~ , delight n delecto
  • ~ , pleasure, delight n delicia

joyful adj gaudiose, joiose

  • adj joiose, gaudiose
  • ~ , joyous adj gaudiose

joyous, joyful adj gaudiose

jubilant, exultant adj jubilante

  • ~ , exultant adj jubilante (ppr of jubilar)

jubilate, rejoice v jubilar

jubilation n jubilation

  • ~ , rejoicing n jubilation

jubilee (1. Jewish Hist] (year of Jubilee; 2. R.C.Ch] (as in extraordinary jubilee; 3. celebration of the fiftieth anniversay of an event) n jubileo

  • (1. Jewish Hist] (year of Jubilee; 2. R.C.Ch] (as in extraordinary jubilee; 3. celebration of the fiftieth anniversay of an event) n jubileo (-éo)
  • n jubileo
  • ~ , exultant joy n jubilo
  • ~ , exultant joy n jubilo (jùbilo)
  • ~ , of jubilee adj jubilari

Judaeo-German, Yiddish adj judeogerman

  • ~ -German, Yiddish n judeogermano

Judah (1. one of the sons of Jacob; 2. the Tribe of Judah; 3. the Kingdom of Judah) Bib] n Juda

judaic (jewish) adj judaic, judee

  • (jewish) adj judee, judaic
  • adj judaic

Judaism n judaismo

  • n judaismo

Judaist, Judaizer n judaista

Judaize v judaisar

Judaizer, Judaist n judaista

Judas n Juda

Judea n Judea

  • n Judea (-éa)

Judeochristian adj judeochristian

judge (arbitrate) v judicar

  • (estimate) v estimar
  • n judice
  • n judice (jù-)
  • v judicar

judger n judicator

judgment (1. action of judging; 2. sentence) n judicamento

  • (1. sentence; 2. opinion; 3. faculty of judging) n judicio
  • n judicamento, judicio
  • n judicio, judicamento
  • ~ , opinion n ariso

judicative adj judicative

judicatory adj judicatori

judicature (1. function of a judge; 2. judges collectively) n judicatura

judicial [Law] adj judicial

  • [Law] adj judiciari
  • adj judicial

judicious adj judiciose

judo (martial art) n judo

jug (pitcher) n urceo

  • ~ , pitcher n urceo

juggle v jocular

juggler n joculator

  • ~ , conjurer, prestigiaator n prestigiator
  • ~ , prestidigitator n joculator

jugglery (skill or act of a juggler) n joculeria

  • (skill or act of a juggler) n joculeria (-ìa)

jugular jugular [Anat] adj jugular

juice n succo

  • ~ , sap n succo

juicy adj succose

jujitsu, jiujitsu n jujutsu

  • ~ , jiujitsu n jujutsu (jù-) J]

jujube n jujube

  • n jujube F]

jukebox n phonographo automatic

Julian adj julian

July n julio

jumble n confusion

  • v confunder

jumble-sale n vendita de objectos

  • ~ -sale n vendita de objectos (usate pro fines de caritate)

jumbo adj elephantine

  • adj grandissime
  • adj jumbo
  • n elephante
  • n jumbo

jumbo-jet n jumbojet

jump (1. to leap, bound; 2. to leap over) v saltar

  • n salto
  • v saltar
  • ~ , leap, bound n salto
  • ~ , leap, bound v salir
  • ~ , leap, bound v salir sal-/salt-]

jumper (one who jumps) n saltator

  • (person) n saltator
  • n sweater
  • n tricot
  • ~ , knitted jumper, sweater n sweater
  • ~ , knitted jumper, sweater n sweater A]

jumping, saltant adj saltante

  • ~ , saltant adj saltante (ppr of saltar)
  • ~ , saltation n saltation

jumpy adj nervose

junction (1. action of joining, coming together; 2. place where things join) n junction

  • (join) n junction
  • (join) n union
  • (of roads) n cruciamento
  • [Rr] bifurcation
  • [Rr] nodo ferroviari

juncture (1. action of joining together; 2. joint, articulation) n junctura

  • n junctura
  • ~ , conjuncture n conjunctura

June n junio

jungle n jungla

  • n silva

junior (minor) adj minor

  • adj junior
  • n filio
  • ~ , younger adj junior

juniper n junipero

  • n junipero (-nì-)

junk (rubbish) n antiqualia

  • (rubbish) n cosalia
  • (ship) n junk
  • adj sin valor
  • v jectar via
  • v rejectar

Junker n junker

  • n junker G]

junta ¬H n juncta

  • n junta

Jupiter (1. Rom. Mythol]; 2. Astron]) n Jupiter

  • (1. Rom. Mythol]; 2. Astron]) n Jupiter (jù-)
  • n Jupiter

juratory [Law] adj juratori

juridical adj juridic

  • adj juridic (-rì-)

jurisconsult, jurist n jurisconsulto

jurisdiction n jurisdiction

jurisdictional adj jurisdictional

jurisprudence n jurisprudentia

jurisprudent adj jurisprudente

jurisprudential adj jurisprudential

jurist n jurista

  • n legista
  • ~ , jurisconsult n jurisconsulto

juror n jurato

  • ~ , juryman n jurato

jury n juratos

  • n jury
  • n jury A]

juryman, juror n jurato

just (- barely, scarcely) adj a pena

  • (equitable, fair) adj juste
  • (exactly) adv justo
  • (of time) adv justo nunc
  • (scarcely) adv solmente
  • adj juste
  • ~ after, forthwith, immediately after adv subinde
  • ~ as, as, how, in order that, to the end that adv ut
  • ~ as, as, so as adv sicut
  • ~ as, as, so as adv sicut (sì-)
  • ~ now, at present adv actualmente
  • ~ so, yes adv ita
  • ~ , exactly adv justo

justice (1. quality of being just; 2. exercise of authority in maintenance of right) n justitia

  • n justitia

justice-of-the-peace n magistrato

justifiable adj justificabile

justification n justification

justificative, justificatory adj justificative

justificatory, justificative adj justificative

justified, justifiable adj justificate

  • ~ , justifiable adj justificate (pp of justificar)

justifier n justificator

justify v justificar

jute n jute

  • n jute A]
  • n mus

jut-out v projectar

juvenile (a ~) n un juvene

  • adj juvenil
  • ~ , youthful adj juvenil

juvenile-delinquency n delinquentia de minores

juvenility, youthfulness n juvenilitate

juxtapose v juxtaponer

  • v juxtaponer -pon-/-posit-]
  • v juxtaponer, poner in juxtaposition
  • v poner in juxtaposition, juxtaponer

juxtaposition n juxtaposition