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q (letter ~) n littera q (qu)

Qebec [Geog] n Qebec

quack (doctor) n charlatan medicastro

  • (of duck) n quac
  • v facer quac-quac
  • ~ , medicaster n medicastro

quad, quadrat [Print] n quadrato

quadragenarian adj quadragenari

Quadragesima (first Sunday in Lent) n quadragesima

  • (first Sunday in Lent) n quadragesima (-gé-)

quadrangle n quadrangulo

  • n quadrangulo (-ràng-)

quadrangular adj quadrangular

  • adj quadrangule

quadrant [Math, Astron] n quadrante

  • n quadrante

quadrat, quad [Print] n quadrato

quadratic adj quadratic

quadrature (1. Math]; 2. Astron]) n quadratura

quadrennial adj quadriennal

quadrilateral adj quadrilateral

  • adj quadrilateral, quadrilatere
  • adj quadrilatere, quadrilateral
  • n quadrilatero
  • n quadrilatero (-là-)
  • ~ , four-sided adj quadrilatere

quadrille n quadrilla

quadrillion (1. number denoted by a unit with fifteen zeros annexed; 2. number denoted by a unit with twenty-four zeros annexed) n quatrillion

quadrireme, four-oared quadrireme adj quadrireme

quadrisyllabic adj quadrisyllabe

  • adj quadrisyllabe (-sì-)

quadrisyllable n quadrisyllabo

  • n quadrisyllabo (-sì-)

quadrivium [Hist] n quadrivio

quadroon n quarteron

quadrumanous [Zool] adj quadrumane

quadruped n quadrupede

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

quadruple adj quadruple

  • adj quadruple (quà-)
  • n quadruplar, quadruplicar
  • n quadruplicar, quadruplar
  • v quadruplar
  • v quadruplicar

quadruplet n quadrigemino

  • n quadrigemino (-gé-)

quadruplication n quadruplication

quaestor, questor (1. Rom Hist]; 2. RCCh]; 3. French, italian, etc, Parl]) n questor

quail n qualia

  • v tremer

quaint (odd) adj estranie, original

  • (odd) adj original, estranie
  • (pretty) adj pictoresc

quake v tremer, tremular

  • v tremular, tremer

quaker adj/n quaker, quakero

  • ~ adj/n quakero, quaker
  • ~ , Friend n quaker
  • ~ , Friend n quaker A]

Quakerism n quakerismo

qualification n qulalification

  • ~ , ability, competence (adequate) n sufficientia

qualificative, qualifying adj qualificative

qualificator [R.C.Ch] n qualificator

qualify (fit for a place, office, privilege, etc) v qualificar

  • v qualificar

qualifying, qualificative adj qualificative

qualify-oneself v habilitar se

qualitative adj qualitative

quality n qualitate

qualm n scrupulo

quandary n dilemma, situation difficile

  • n situation difficile, dilemma

quantitative adj quantitative

quantity (1. amount, number; 2. special: Math, Mus, pros, etc]) n quantitate

  • n quantitate

quantum (1. guantity; 2. Phys]) n quanto

quarantine adj quarantenari

  • n quarantena
  • v quarantenar

quarrel (angry dispute or disagreement) n querela

  • n altercation, querela
  • n querela, altercation
  • v altercar, querelar
  • v querelar
  • v querelar, altercar
  • ~ , dispute n lite
  • ~ , dispute n litigio
  • ~ , wrangle, altercate v altercar

quarreler n querelator

quarrelsome adj contentiose

quarry (hunting) n chassa, preda

  • (hunting) n preda, chassa
  • (stone) n petreria
  • v exploitar un petreria, extraher petra
  • v extraher petra, exploitar un petreria
  • ~ , stone pit n petreria
  • ~ , stone pit n petreria (-ìa)

quart n quarto de un gallon

quartan (fever) n quartana

  • adj quartan

quarter (1. fourth part; 2. district, neighborhood) n quartiero

  • (area) n quartiero
  • (assign lodgings) v quartierar
  • (at close -s) phr de vicin
  • (divide into four) v divider in quartos
  • (in barracks) v casernar
  • (le) n quarte parte, quarto
  • (le) n quarto, quarte parte
  • (of a year) n trimestre
  • (three months) n trimestre
  • adj quarte
  • ~ in barracks, to barrack v casernar

quarterdeck n quartiero del officieros

quartering in barracks (action of) n casernamento

quarterly (once in a quarter of a year) adj trimestral

  • adj trimestral

quartermaster n commissario

quarter-of an hour phr un quarte hora

quarter-past-five phr cinque horas e un quarte

quarter-rest [Mus] n suspiro

quarters n quartiero

quarter-to-eight phr octo horas minus un quarte

quartet n quartetto

quartz [Mineral] n quarz

  • [Mineral] n quarz G]
  • ~ adj/n quarz

quartziferous adj quarzifere

  • adj quarzifere (quartsìfere)

quartzite [Mineral] n quarzite

  • [Mineral] n quarzite (-tsì-)

quartzose adj quarzose

  • adj quarzose (-tsò)

quash v annullar, cassar

  • v cassar, annullar
  • ~ , annul, cashier v cassar

quashing, annulling adj annullative

  • ~ , cassation n cassation

quasi contract [Law] n quasi-contracto

  • ~ delict [Law] n quasi-delicto

quaver (shaking) n tremor

  • n mus
  • v tremer, tremular
  • v tremular, tremer

quavering adj tremule

quay n imbarcatorio, quai

  • n quai, imbarcatorio
  • ~ , key, pier n quai
  • ~ , key, pier n quai F]
  • ~ , wharf, dock n imbarcatorio

quean (hussy) n femina immoral

  • (prostitute) n prostituta
  • [Fig] n homosexual

queasy (feel ~) v sentir le nausea

  • adj nauseante

queen [Fig] n homosexual

  • ~ mother n regina matre
  • n regina
  • ~ of the meadows, meadosweet [Bot] n ulmaria

Queens [Geog] n Queens

queer adj bizarre, estranie

  • adj estranie, bizarre
  • ~ , bizarre, odd adj bizarre

quell v domar, reprimer

  • v reprimer, domar

quench (fire) v extinguer

  • (thirst) v appaciar

query n question

  • v querer
  • ~ , question, ask v querer
  • ~ , question, ask v querer quer-/quest-;-quir-/-quest-/-quisit-]

quest (in - of) phr in cerca de

  • n recerca

question (application of torture as part of judicial examination) n question

  • (ask a ~) v facer un question
  • (interrogation, query) n question
  • (out of the ~) adj impossibile
  • (problem) n question
  • n question
  • v querer, questionar
  • v questionar, querer
  • ~ , ask, query v querer
  • ~ , ask, query v querer quer-/quest-;-quir-/-quest-/-quisit-]
  • ~ , call in question v questionar

questionable adj equivoc, questionabile

  • adj questionabile, equivoc
  • ~ , doubtful adj dubitabile
  • ~ , doubtful adj questionabile

questioner n interrogator, questionator

  • n questionator
  • n questionator, interrogator

questioning (peremptory) n interpellation

question-mark (?) n puncto/signo de interrogation

questionnaire n questionario

questor, quaestor (1. Rom Hist]; 2. RCCh]; 3. French, italian, etc, Parl]) n questor

questorship n questura

queue (line of people, carriages) n cauda

  • n cauda
  • v facer cauda

quibble n equivocation, sophisteria

  • n sophisteria, equivocation
  • v argutiar, cavillar
  • v cavillar, argutiar
  • ~ , cavil n argutia
  • ~ , cavil v argutiar

quibbling, caviling adj argutiose

quick adj rapide

  • ~ as a wink, presto, quickly adv presto
  • ~ , agile, nimble adj preste
  • ~ , rapid adj celere
  • ~ , rapid adj celere (cé-)

quicken v reavivar

  • ~ , accelerate v celerar
  • ~ , revive, enliven v reavivar

quicklime n calce vive

quickly adv presto, rapidemente

  • adv rapidemente, presto
  • ~ , quick as a wink, presto adv presto
  • ~ , speedily adv cito

quickness n rapiditate

  • ~ , agility, nimbleness n prestessa
  • ~ , speed n celeritate

quicksand n arena/sablo mobile

quicksilver n argento vive, mercurio

  • n mercurio, argento vive
  • ~ , mercury n mercurio

quick-tempered adj irascibile

quick-witted adj acute, perspicace

  • ~ -witted adj perspicace, acute
  • ~ -witted, subtle, keen adj argute

quick-wittedness n argutia

quiescence n quiescentia

quiescent adj quiescente

  • adj quiescente (ppr of quiescer)

quiet (1. peaceful; 2. noiseless; 3. motionless) adj quiete

  • (1. to make quiet; 2. to appease) v quietar
  • (keep ~) v tacer
  • (oh, be ~) interj silentio!
  • (silent) adj quiete, silentiose
  • (silent) adj silentiose, quiete
  • (tranquil) adj tranquille
  • n quiete
  • n quiete, silentio
  • n silentio, quiete
  • v calmar, quietar
  • v quietar, calmar

quiet-down v silentiar, tranquillisar

  • ~ -down v tranquillisar, silentiar

quieten v calmar, tranquillisar

  • v tranquillisar, calmar

quieten-down v calmar se, tranquillisar se

  • ~ -down v tranquillisar se, calmar se

quietism [Relig] n quietismo

quietist n quietista

quietude n quietude

quill n penna

  • ~ , shaft n penna

quilt n eiderdun

  • v wattar
  • ~ , pad, wad v wattar

quina, china, cinchona (1. cinchona tree; 2. cinchona bark, peruvian bark) n quina

quinaquina, cinchona (1. cinchona tree; 2. cinchona bark, peruvian bark) n quinaquina

quinary adj quinari

quince n cydonia

quinic [Chem] adj quinic

quinine n quinina

quininic adj quininic

quininism, cinchonism [Med] n cinchonismo

  • ~ , cinchonism, quinism [Med] n quinismo
  • ~ , quinism, cinchonism [Med] n quininismo

quinism, cinchonism, quininism [Med] n quininismo

  • ~ , quininism, cinchonism [Med] n quinismo

quinoidine [Chem] n quinoidina

quinoline, chinoline [Chem] n quinoleinia

  • ~ , chinoline [Chem] n quinoleinia (-ìna) (-ìnia?)

quinone [Chem] n quinon

quinquereme, five-oared quinquereme adj quinquereme

quinquina, cinchona (1. cinchona tree; 2. cinchona bark, peruvian bark) n quinquina

quinsied adj anginose

quinsy, angina [Pathol] n angina

quint (1. Mus] (fifth; 2. Cards]) n quinta

quintan (fever) n quintana

  • [Med] adj quintan

quintessence n quintessentia

  • n quintessentia, succo
  • n succo, quintessentia
  • ~ , pith (of a book, poem) n succo

quintet n quintetto

quintette n quintetto

quintillion (1. unit with eighteen zeros annexed; 2. unit with thirty zeros annexed) n quintillion

quintuple (multiply fivefold) v quintuplar

  • ~ , fivefold adj quintuple
  • ~ , fivefold adj quintuple (quìn-)

quintuplet n quintugemino

quintuplicate v quintuplicar

quire (of paper) n mano

quirk n capricio, peculiaritate

  • n peculiaritate, capricio

quit (be equal with another, be -s) v esser quite

  • v quitar
  • ~ , leave v quitar
  • ~ , rid adj quite

quite (entirely) adv toto

  • (exactly) adv exactemente
  • (rather) adv bastante

quits (call it ~) v determinar lo quite, esser quite

  • (call it ~) v esser quite, determinar lo quite
  • (even or equal with another) adj quite
  • adj quite

quiver (for arrows) n flechiera

  • (shaking) n fremito
  • v fremer
  • ~ , shiver, tremble v fremer
  • ~ , shiver, tremor n fremito
  • ~ , shiver, tremor n fremito (fré-)

quivering, tremulous adj tremule

quixotic adj quixotic

  • adj quixotic (kisho-;kiho-)

quixotism n quixotismo

  • n quixotismo (kisho-;kiho-)
  • ~ , quixotry n quixoteria
  • ~ , quixotry n quixoteria (kishoteria;kihoterìa)

quixotry, quixotism n quixoteria

  • ~ , quixotism n quixoteria (kishoteria;kihoterìa)

quiz (game, show) n concurso

  • (game, show) n concurso (radiophonic)
  • (questionnaire) n questionario
  • v questionar

quizzical adj curiose

quizzically adv curiosemente

quod erat demonstrandum (QED) Math] quod erat demonstrandum, QED

quorum n quorum

quota n quota

quotable adj citabile

quotation (passage quoted) n citation

  • (stock market) n quotation
  • [Stock Market] n quotation
  • ~ mark (single) n virguletta
  • ~ marks n virgulettas

quote [Stock Market] v quotar

  • v citar

quotient [Math] n quotiente

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