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r (letter ~) n littera r (er)

rabaptize, anabaptize v anabaptisar

Rabbi (as in Rabbi Ben Ezra) n rabbi

  • (as in the tradition of the rabbis) n rabbin
  • n rabbi, rabbin
  • n rabbin, rabbi

rabbinate n rabbinato

rabbinical adj rabbinic

rabbinism (teachings and tradition of the rabbis) n rabbinismo

rabbinist n rabbinista

rabbit ears (radio, TV) n antenna

  • ~ ears (radio, TV) n antenna (de aures de conilio)
  • ~ ears n aures de conilio
  • n conilio

rabble, mob n turba

  • ~ , mob, canaille n canalia

rabele n canalia, turba

  • n turba, canalia

rabid (1. having rabies; 2. furious, raging) adj rabide

  • adj rabide

rabies n rabie

race (biol) n racia

  • (contest) n cursa
  • [Biol] n racia
  • ~ track, racecourse n pista
  • v currer, hastar
  • v hastar, currer
  • ~ , racing (action of) n cursa

racecourse (for cars) n autodromo

  • (for horses) n carriera, hippodromo
  • (for horses) n hippodromo, carriera
  • n carriera
  • ~ , race track n pista

racehorse n cavallo de cursa

raceme, cluster [Bot] n racemo

racemic adj racemic

racemiform, clustershaped adj racemiforme

racemose adj racemose

racetrack n pista

rachitic, rickety [Med] adj rhachitic

rachitis, rickets [Med] n rhachitis

  • ~ , rickets [Med] n rhachitis (-ìtis)

rachitomy n rhachitomia

  • n rhachitomia (-ìa)

racial adj racial

  • ~ relations n relationes racial

racialism (racism) n racialismo

  • ~ , racism n racialismo

racialist, racist n racialista

racially adv racialmente

racing adj de cursas

  • n le cursas

racism n racialismo, racismo

  • n racismo, racialismo
  • ~ , racialism n racialismo

racist, racialist n racialista

rack (holder) n receptaculo

  • (rr) n cremaliera
  • (tool-rack) n porta-utensiles

racker (fire) n petardo

racket (for tennis) n rachetta

  • (noise) n ruito, strepito
  • (noise) n strepito, ruito

rack-one's-brains v rumper se le capite

radar n radar

  • ~ , radiolocator [Radio] n radar

radial (1. pertaining to a ray; 2. pertaining to a radius) adj radial

  • adj radial

radially adv radialmente

radian [Math] n radiano

radiance n resplendentia, splendor

  • n splendor, resplendentia

radiant (radiating rays of light) adj radiose

  • adj radiante, resplendente
  • adj resplendente, radiante
  • ~ , brilliant, beaming adj radiante
  • ~ , brilliant, beaming adj radiante (ppr of radiar)

radiate (emit rays) v radiar

  • adj radiate
  • adj radiate (pp of radiar)
  • v irradiar, radiar
  • v radiar, irradiar
  • ~ , irradiate (1. to shine; 2. to give out, shed) v irradiar

radiation (act of radiating, emitting rays) n radiation

  • n radiation

radiator n radiator

radical (1. Philol] (root; 2. Pol/Math]) n radical

  • (1. proceeding from the root; 2. reaching or affecting the root; 3. Pol/Math]) adj radical
  • ~ adj/n radical

radicalism n radicalismo

radically adv radicalmente

radicant [Bot] adj radicante

  • [Bot] adj radicante (ppr of radicar)

radication (process of taking root) n radication

radicel, rootlet [Bot] n radicella

radicle [Bot] n radicula

radicular adj radicular

radio (1. wireless telephony and telegraphy; 2. radio receiving set) n radio

  • n radio

radioactive adj radioactive

radioactivity n radioactivitate

radioconductor [Elec] n radioconductor

radio-control n teleguidage

  • ~ -control v teleguidar

radiofrequency n radiofrequentia

radiogram (message transmitted by radio) n radiogramma

radiograph, x-ray photograph n radiographo

  • ~ , x-ray photograph n radiographo (-ògrapho)

radiographer n assistente de radiologo

radiographic adj radiographic

radiography n radiographia

  • ~ , x-ray photography n radiographia
  • ~ , x-ray photography n radiographia (-ìa)

radiolocator, radar [Radio] n radar

radiological adj radiologic

radiologist n radiologista

  • n radiologo
  • n radiologo (-òlogo)

radiology n radiologia

  • n radiologia (-ìa)

radio-set (receptor de) n radio

radio-station n station de radiodiffusion

radiotelegraphy n radiotelegraphia

  • n radiotelegraphia (-ìa)

radiotelephony n radiotelephonia

  • n radiotelephonia (-ìa)

radiotherapy n radiotherapia

  • n radiotherapia (-ìa)

radish n radice

  • n radice (-ìce)
  • n radice, raphano sative
  • n raphano sative, radice

radium n radium

  • n radium (rà-)

radius (1. Anat]; 2. Math]) n radio

  • n radio

radon [Chem] n radon

  • [Chem] n radon (rà-)

raffle n lotteria

raft (float) n rate

  • n rate

rafter n trave

rag n pannello

  • n pannello (vetule)

rage (all the ~) phr de moda

  • (violent anger) n rabie
  • n furor, rabie, rage
  • n rabie, rage, furor
  • n rage, furor, rabie
  • v rabiar, ragiar
  • v ragiar, rabiar
  • ~ , be in a rage v rabiar
  • ~ , be in a rage v ragiar
  • ~ , be in a rage v ragiar (-jar)
  • ~ , fury n furor
  • ~ , storm v tempestar
  • ~ , violent anger n rage
  • ~ , violent anger n rage (raje)

ragged (torn) adj lacerate

  • (uneven) adj inequal

raging adj furiose

  • ~ , furious adj furibunde

raglan n raglan

  • n raglan A]

ragout n ragout

  • n ragout F]

raid n excursion, incursion, razzia

  • n incursion, razzia, excursion
  • n raid
  • n raid A]
  • n razzia, excursion, incursion
  • v razziar
  • ~ , razzia (1. foray, incursion; 2. police raid) n razzia
  • ~ , razzia (1. foray, incursion; 2. police raid) n razzia F]

raider n razziator

  • v razziator

rail (bar) n barra

  • (car or railroad track) n rail
  • (car or railroad track) n rail A]
  • (rr) n rail
  • ~ chair [R.R] n cossinetto
  • v inveher

rail-car (rr) n automotrice

railing n balustrada, palissada

  • n palissada, balustrada

railings n balustrada, palissada

  • n balustradas, palissadas
  • n palissada, balustrada
  • n palissadas, balustradas
  • ~ , lattice enclosure, grating n cancello

railroad line (rr) n linea

  • ~ line (rr) n linea (de ferrovia)
  • ~ man n ferroviario
  • ~ station n station de ferrovia
  • ~ track n via ferree
  • ~ , railway (rr) n de ferrovia, ferroviari
  • ~ , railway (rr) n ferrovia
  • ~ , railway (rr) n ferroviari, de ferrovia

railway (rr) adj via ferree

  • adj ferroviari
  • ~ line [Rr] linea
  • ~ line [Rr] linea (de ferrovia)
  • n ferrovia
  • n ferrovia (-ìa)
  • n railway
  • n railway A]
  • n via ferree
  • ~ station n station de ferrovia
  • ~ track [Rr] via ferree
  • ~ , railroad (rr) n de ferrovia, ferroviari
  • ~ , railroad (rr) n ferrovia
  • ~ , railroad (rr) n ferroviari, de ferrovia

railwayman [Rr] ferroviario

rain heavily, pour v diluviar

  • n pluvia
  • v pluver

rain-bow n arco iris

  • n iride
  • n iris

raincloud n nimbo

raincoat n impermeabile

rain-down n diluviar

raindrop n gutta de pluvia

rainfall n cadita de pluvia

  • n precipitation
  • n precipitation (atmospheric)

rainy adj pluviose

  • ~ , pluvial adj pluvial
  • ~ , pluvious adj pluviose

rainy-weather n tempore de pluvia

raise (1. to make higher; 2. to raise the position or level of) v altiar

  • (a question) v relevar
  • (a question) v sublevar
  • (an army) v levar
  • (as in to raise horses) v elevar
  • (breed) v elevar
  • (elevate) v elevar
  • (erect) v eriger
  • (lift up) v altiar
  • (lift) v levar
  • (prices) v augmentar
  • (stir up) v suscitar
  • (the mouthpiece of a wind instrument) to the lips v imbuccar
  • (voice) v altiar
  • ~ the blockade of v disblocar
  • ~ up, bring into being v suscitar
  • ~ , lift (up) v levar
  • ~ , lift up v realtiar
  • ~ , lift up v sublevar

raised thread in brocaded design n broca

raisin n uva sic

raising (action of) n levatura

  • (elevation) n elevation
  • (erection) n erection
  • (lifting) n altiamento
  • (lifting) n levatura
  • (of prices) n augmentation
  • (the mouthpiece of a wind instrument) to the lips (act of) n imbuccamento
  • ~ or lifting (act of) n altiamento
  • ~ up (action of) n suscitation
  • ~ , lifting (up) (act of) n levamento
  • ~ , lifting up (act of) n sublevamento
  • ~ , rearing [Husbandry] n education

rajah n raja

  • n raja Hind]

rake (leaves, the soil) v rastrellar

  • n rastrello
  • n rastro
  • v rastrellar

raker (of hay) n rastrellator

raking (act or action of) n rastrellage

  • (act or action of) n rastrellage (-aje)

rally (car-racing) n rally

  • (pol) n concentration
  • (pol) n reunion
  • v concentrar
  • v concentrar (su fortias)
  • v reformar
  • v reformar (se)
  • v reunir
  • v reunir (se)

ram (drive with a ram) v massar

  • n ariete
  • v arietar
  • ~ , Aries [Astron] n Aries
  • ~ , Aries [Astron] n Aries (à-)
  • ~ , ram's (of a ram or battering ram) adj arietari
  • ~ , sledge hammer, mallet, beetle n massa

ramble n excursion

  • v divagar
  • v vagar
  • ~ , wander about n vagar
  • ~ , wander about v divagar

rambler (hiker) n excursionista

  • (rose) n rosa rampante

rambling (digression) n divagation

  • (hiking) n excursionismo
  • adj discursive
  • adj vage
  • ~ , wandering about (act of) n divagation
  • ~ , wandering about adj vage

ramification (1. dividing or spreading out into branches or parts; 2. branch, part) n ramification

ramify, cause to branch out v ramificar

ramming, arietation n arietation

ramose, branched adj ramose

ramp (slope) n rampa

  • (sloping surface connecting two different levels) n rampa

rampage n conducta violente

  • v comportar se como phrenetico

rampant (heraldry) adj rampante

  • (unstoppable) adj non frenabile
  • [Her] adj rampante

rampart n vallo

  • ~ , circumvallation n vallation
  • ~ , circumvallation n vallo

ramshackle adj decrepite

  • adj ruinose

ranarium n ranario

ranch n rancho

  • ~ , ranche n rancho
  • ~ , ranche n rancho H]

ranche, ranch n rancho

  • ~ , ranch n rancho H]

rancher, ranchman n ranchero

  • ~ , ranchman n ranchero (-tch-)

ranchman, rancher n ranchero

  • ~ , rancher n ranchero (-tch-)

rancho (rude hut for herdsmen) n rancho

  • (rude hut for herdsmen) n rancho H]

rancid (go ~) v rancer

  • adj rancide

rancidity n ranciditate

rancor n rancor

rancorous adj rancorose

rancour n rancor

random (at ~) adv al hasardo

  • adj aleatori
  • adj fortuite

ranee, rani n rani

  • ~ , rani n rani Hind]

range (1. to arrange in lines or rows; 2. to place in order) v rangiar (-jar)

  • (1. to arrange in lines or rows; 2. to place in order) v rangiar
  • (as in range of a singing voice) n diapason
  • (as in range of a singing voice) n diapason (-pà)
  • (choice) n selection
  • (extent) n extension
  • (of gun) n distantia de tiro
  • (of mountains) n catena
  • (of voice) n diapason
  • v rangiar

rangefinder n telemetro

rani, ranee n rani

  • ~ , ranee n rani Hind]

Ranidae [Zooi] n ranides

  • [Zooi] n ranides (rà-)

raniform, frog-shaped adj raniforme

ranine ([1. Zool]; 2. Anat]) adj ranin

  • v ein [Anat] n ranina

rank (1. Mil] (row, line; 2. position, grade) n rango

  • (high office) n dignitate
  • (of growth) adj luxuriante
  • (of injustice) adj flagrante
  • (of smell) adj rancide
  • n grado
  • n rango
  • v classificar
  • v classificar (se)
  • ~ , degree [Mil/Acad. etc] n grado
  • ~ , luxuriant adj luxuriose

rank-and-file n soldatos commun

rankle v doler

ransack (sack) v sacchear

  • (search through) v facer perquisition
  • (search through) v facer perquisition (de)

ransom n redemption

  • v redimer

ranula [Med] n ranula

ranunculaceous [Bot] adj ranunculacee

ranunculus [Bot] n ranunculo

rap n colpo

  • v colpar

rapacious adj rapace

rapacity n rapacitate

rape (crime) n stupro

  • (crime) n violation
  • (crime) n violation (carnal)
  • (crime) v committer un violation carnal
  • (crime) v stuprar
  • [Bot] n colza

rapid (in a river) n rapido

  • (in a river) n rapido (rà-)
  • adj celere
  • adj rapide
  • adj rapide (rà-)
  • n rapido
  • n salto
  • ~ , quick adj celere
  • ~ , quick adj celere (cé-)

rapidity n rapiditate

rapier n spada

rapine, plunder n rapina

rapture n rapto

  • n transporto

rare (not frequent) adj rar

  • adj rar

rarefaction (of gas, air) n rarefaction

  • n subtilisation

rarefactive adj rarefactive

rarefiable adj rarefactibile

rarefy (make thinner or less dense) v rarefacer

  • (make thinner or less dense) v rarefacer -fac-/-fact-]
  • ~ , refine v subtilisar

rarity (1. rareness; 2. rare object, curiosity) n raritate

  • n raritate

rascal n picaro

rash adj imprudente, temerari

  • adj temerari, imprudente
  • n eruption, exanthema
  • n exanthema, eruption
  • ~ , temerous adj temere
  • ~ , unconsidered adj inconsiderate

rasher n trencho

rashness n imprudentia, temeritate

  • n temeritate, imprudentia

rasp n raspator

  • v raspar
  • ~ , scrape v raspar
  • ~ , scraper, grater n raspator

raspberry (bush) n frambesiero

  • (fruit of the) n frambese
  • n frambese

raspberry-bush n frambesiero

rasping, scraping (action of) n raspatura

rat [Zool] n ratto

  • n ratto
  • v desertar

ratcatcher, ratter n rattero

ratchet n dente de arresto

rate (as in at the rate of) n rata

  • (at any ~) phr in omne caso
  • (at the - of) phr al precio de, al rata de
  • (at the - of) phr al rata de, al precio de
  • (scold) v reprimendar
  • (set a price) v taxar
  • n rata, taxa
  • n taxa, rata
  • ~ , established price n taxa
  • ~ , set the price for v taxar

rate-payer n contribuente de imposto local

ratess n commun

  • n imposto local

rather (1. more truly or accurately; 2. sooner, preferably) adv potius (pòtius)

  • (1. more truly or accurately; 2. sooner, preferably) adv potius
  • (fairly, quite) adv assatis
  • (fairly, quite) adv assatis (-sà-)
  • (somewhat) adv bastante, satis
  • (somewhat) adv satis, bastante
  • (sooner) adv plus tosto
  • adv magis
  • adv magis (mà-)
  • adv potius
  • ~ , somewhat adv satis
  • ~ , somewhat adv satis (sà-)

ratification n ratification

ratified, averred [Law] adj rate

ratifier n ratificator

ratify v ratificar

rating (classification) n classification, evalutation

  • (classification) n evalutation, classification
  • (reprimand) n reprimenda
  • (setting of prices) n taxation

ratio [Math] n ration

  • n rata, ration
  • n ration, rata

ratiocinate v ratiocinar

ratiocination n ratiocination

ratiocinative adj ratiocinative

ration (allot in rations) v rationar

  • n ration
  • v rationar

rational (1. endowed with reason; 2. conformable to reason, reasonable; 3. based on reasoning; 4. Math]) adj rational

  • (based on reasoning) adj rationate
  • (based on reasoning) adj rationate (pp of rationar)
  • adj rational

rationalism [Philos] n rationalismo

rationalist n rationalista

rationality (1. quality of being rational or endowed with reason; 2. quality of being reasonable or conformable to reason) n rationalitate

rationalization n rationalisation

rationalize (1. to bring into agreement with reason; 2. Technol]; 3. Psychol]) v rationalisar

  • v rationalisar

rationally adv rationalmente

rationing n rationamento

ratter, ratcatcher n rattero

rattle (noise) n strepito

  • (toy) n sonalio de infante
  • v streper
  • ~ , rumble, din v streper

rattlesnake n crotalo

rattrap n rattiera

raucous adj rauc

  • ~ , hoarse adj rauc

raucousness, hoarseness n raucitate

ravage v devastar

  • ~ , plunder n rapimento

ravager n raptor

ravages n damnos, devastation

  • n devastation, damnos

rave about v ecstasiar se, exaltar se

  • ~ about v ecstasiar se, exaltar se (de)
  • ~ about v exaltar se (de), ecstasiar se
  • ~ about v exaltar se, ecstasiar se
  • v delirar

raven n corvo

ravenous adj devorante

  • adj devorante (ppr of devorar)

ravine n ravina

ravish (carry off) v raper

  • (enchant) v incantar
  • (rape) v stuprar, violar
  • (rape) v violar, stuprar

ravisher n raptor

ravishing n incantator

ravishment n rapimento

raw (1. uncooked; 2. crude) adj crude

  • adj crude

raw-material n materia prime

rawness n cruditate

ray (fish) n raia

  • (of light) n radio
  • (ray of light) n radio

rayon n rayon

  • n rayon A]
  • n rayon, seta artificial
  • n seta artificial, rayon

raze v rasar

razor n rasorio

razor-blade n lamina de rasorio

razzia, raid (1. foray, incursion; 2. police raid) n razzia

  • ~ , raid (1. foray, incursion; 2. police raid) n razzia F]

rcvocation n revocation

re [Mus] n re

reabsorb v reabsorber

  • v reabsorber -sorb-/-sorpt-]

reabsorption n reabsorption

reach (out of ~) phr non accessibile

  • (within ~) phr accessibile, facilemente accessibile
  • (within ~) phr facilemente accessibile, accessibile
  • n capacitate, distantia
  • n distantia, capacitate
  • v arrivar a, attinger
  • v attinger, arrivar a

reach-out v tender le mano

  • ~ -out v tender le mano (ex-)

react v reager

  • v reager -ag-/-act-]

reaction n reaction

reactionary adj reactionari

  • n reactionario

reactionism n reactionismo

reactionist n reactionista

reactor n reactor

read (as in to read a book, letter) v leger

  • (as in to read a book, letter) v leger leg-/-lect-]
  • v leger

reader (one who reads books) n lector

  • n lector

readily adv de bon grado, facilemente

  • adv facilemente, de bon grado

readiness (of will) n bon voluntate

  • n preparation

reading (1. act of reading; 2. ability to read; 3. as in that book makes pleasant reading) n lectura

  • (the form in which something is written in a manuscript or book) n lection
  • n lectura

readjust v readjustar

readjuster n readjustator

readjustment n readjustamento

readmission n readmission

readmit v readmitter

  • v readmitter -mitt-/-miss-]

ready (get ~) v preparar se

  • (prepared) adj preparate
  • (willing) adj disposite, preste
  • (willing) adj preste, disposite
  • adj preste
  • ~ money n moneta contante
  • ~ to be of service, serviceable, diligent adj servicial
  • ~ to compromise (accomodating) adj transigente

readymade adj confectionate

  • ~ apparel (confection) n confection

reaffirm v reaffirmar

reagent n reactivo

  • n reactor
  • n reagente

real (1. actually existing; 2. pertaining to immovable property) adj real

  • adj genuin, real
  • adj real, genuin

real-estate n benes immobile

realism (1. Philos]; 2. Art/Lit]) n realismo

  • n realismo

realist n realista

realistic adj realistic

reality n realitate

realizable adj realisabile

realization (1. act or process of converting something hoped for, aimed at, into reality; 2. act or process of converting property into money) n realisation

  • (of hopes, assets) n realisation
  • (understanding) n comprension

realize (1. to make real; 2. to convert into actual money) v realisar

  • (make real, encash) v realisar
  • (understand) v comprender

really adv realmente

  • adv realmente, vermente
  • adv vermente, realmente
  • ~ , indeed, even, truly adv vere
  • ~ , indeed, even, truly adv vero
  • ~ , truly adv vermente

realm (kingdom) n regno

  • ~ of Latin, Roman realm (language and culture) n Romania
  • ~ , kingdom n regno

ream n risma

reanimate, revive v reanimar

reap v recoltar

  • ~ , gather in, harvest v recoltar

reaper n falcator

reappear v reapparer

reappearance n reapparition

rear (in the ~) phr in retro

  • adj posterior
  • n parte posterior
  • v educar, elevar
  • v elevar, educar

rearguard [Mil] n retroguarda

  • n retroguarda

rearing n education, elevation

  • n elevation, education
  • ~ , raising [Husbandry] n education

rearm v rearmar

rearmament n rearmamento

rearmost adj ultime

rearrange v reordinar

rearrangement n reordinamento

reason (1. reasoning faculty; 2. as in reason for, why) n ration

  • (fact) n ration
  • (ground) n occasion
  • (intellectual faculty) n ration
  • (use the faculty of reasoning) v rationar
  • v rationar
  • ~ , ground n occasion

reasonable (1. endowed with reason; 2. conformable to reason) adj rationabile

  • (in price) adj rationabile
  • (sound, tolerable) adj rational

reasonableness n moderation

reasoner n rationator

reasoning n rationamento

reassemble v reassemblar

reassume v reassumer

reassurance n reassecurantia

reassure (restore one's confidence) v reassecurar

  • v reassecurar, tranquillisar
  • v tranquillisar, reassecurar

reattaching, reattachment n reattaccamento

reattachment, reattaching n reattaccamento

rebaptism n rebaptismo

rebaptize v rebaptisar

rebate n disconto, reduction

  • n reduction, disconto

rebel n rebello

  • v rebellar se, revoltar
  • v revoltar, rebellar se

rebellion n rebellion

  • n rebellion, revolta
  • n revolta, rebellion

rebellious adj rebelle

rebelliousness n character rebelle, insubordination

  • n insubordination, character rebelle

re-birth, renascence, revival (as in revival of learning) n renascentia

reborn, be born again v renascer

rebound v resaltar, reverberar

  • v reverberar, resaltar

rebox v reincassar

reboxing n reincassamento

rebuff n repulsa

  • v repeller, repulsar
  • v repulsar, repeller

rebuild n reconstruer

  • v reedificar

rebuilding n reconstruction

  • n reedification

rebuke n reprimenda

  • v reprimendar, reprobar
  • v reprobar, reprimendar

rebus n rebus

  • n rebus (ré-)

recalcitrant adj recalcitrante

recalcitrate v recalcitrar

recalcitration n recalcitration

recall n memoria, revocation

  • n revocation, memoria
  • v memorar, revocar
  • v revocar, memorar

recant (withdraw) v recantar

  • v abjurar, disdicer se, recantar
  • v disdicer se, recantar, abjurar
  • v recantar, abjurar, disdicer se

recantation n recantation

recapitulate v recapitular

recapitulation n recapitulation

recapture v recapturar

  • ~ , recovery, retaking n reprisa

recast [Metal] n refusion

  • ~ , refound [Metal] v refunder
  • ~ , refound [Metal] v refunder -fund-/-fus-]

recede (retreat, retire) v receder

  • (retreat, retire) v receder -ced-/-cess-]
  • v receder

receipt (1. written acknowledgment of receipt; 2. recipe) n recepta

  • (for payment) n quitantia, recepta
  • (for payment) n recepta, quitantia
  • (of taxes) n perception
  • (receiving) n reception
  • (written acknowledgment of receipt) n quitantia
  • ~ , collection (of taxes, rents, etc.) n perception

receipts [Commer] n recepta

  • n receptas

receive (money) back v reincassar

  • (of stolen goods) v receptar
  • (stolen goods) v receptar
  • v reciper
  • v reciper -cip-/-cept-]

receiver (1. one who receives) n receptor

  • (of stolen goods) n receptator
  • (thing or person that receives) n receptor
  • ~ , fence (of stolen goods) n receptator

recension (critical revision of a text) n recension

recent adj recente

recently adv recentemente

  • ~ , newly, lately adv nuper
  • ~ , newly, lately adv nuper (nù-)

receptacle (1. container, vessel; 2. Bot]) n receptaculo

  • n receptaculo

reception n reception

receptionist n receptionista, secretaria

  • n secretaria, receptionista

receptive adj receptive

receptivity n receptivitate

recess (1. act of retiring; 2. place of retirement) n recesso

  • (act or place of retirement) n recesso
  • (holiday) n vacantias
  • (niche) n niche
  • (parl) n pausa

recession n recession

  • ~ , withdrawal n recession

recessive adj recessive

recipe n recepta

recipient n recipiente

  • ~ recipiente adj recipiente

reciprocal adj reciproc

  • adj reciproc (-cì-)
  • ~ , mutual adj mutual
  • ~ , mutual adj mutue

reciprocate v reciprocar

reciprocation n reciprocation

reciprocity n reciprocitate

  • ~ , mutuality n mutualitate

recital [Mus] n recital

  • [Mus] n recital A]
  • n recital

recitation (1. repetition from memory; 2. recountal) n recitation

  • n recitation

recitative adj recitative

  • n recitativo

recite (1. to repeat from memory; 2. to recount) v recitar

  • v declamar, recitar
  • v recitar, declamar

reckless adj imprudente, temerari

  • adj temerari, imprudente

recklessness n imprudentia, temeritate

  • n temeritate, imprudentia

reckon (count) v calcular, computar

  • (count) v computar, calcular
  • (think) v considerar, estimar, pensar
  • (think) v estimar, pensar, considerar
  • (think) v pensar, considerar, estimar

reckoning (counting) n calculo

  • (thinking) n calculo, estimation
  • (thinking) n estimation, calculo
  • [Naut] n estima

reclaim (get back) v recuperar

  • (land) v disaquar
  • (redeem) v redimer
  • ~ , revendication [Law] n revindication
  • ~ , vindicate v revindicar

reclamation (of land) n disaquamento

  • (recovery) n recuperation
  • (redemption) n redemption

recline (as in to recline one's head) v reclinar

  • v appoiar (se), reclinar (se)
  • v appoiar, reclinar
  • v reclinar (se), appoiar (se)
  • v reclinar, appoiar

recluse adj/n recluso

  • n recluso
  • ~ , secluded adj recluse

recognition (1. identification of something previously known; 2. acknowledgment, avowal; 3. appreciation) n recognoscentia

  • (identification of something previously known) n recognition
  • n recognition, recognoscentia
  • n recognoscentia, recognition

recognizable adj recognoscibile

recognize (1. to identify as known before; 2. to acknowledge the validity or existence of) v recognoscer

  • (1. to identify as known before; 2. to acknowledge the validity or existence of) v recognoscer -gnosc-/-gnit-]
  • v recognoscer

recoil (1. to retreat; 2. to shrink back; 3. to rebound after impact or discharge) v recular

  • n reculamento
  • v recular

recoiling, drawing back (act of) n reculamento

recollect v recolliger

recollection (I have no - of) phr io ha nulle recollection

  • (I have no - of) phr io ha nulle recollection (memoria)
  • (recollecting oneself in prayer etc.) n recollection
  • n recollection
  • ~ , meditation n recolligimento

recommence v recomenciar

recommencement n recomenciamento

recommend (What do you ~) phr Que recommenda tu?

  • (What do you ~) phr Que recommenda tu? (vos?)
  • v recommendar

recommendable adj recommendabile

recommendation n recommendation

recompense (1. reward; 2. compensation) n recompensa

  • (1. to compensate; 2. to repay, as by rewarding or punishing) v recompensar
  • (compose again, to recombine, to rearrange) v recomponer -pon-/-posit-]
  • (compose again, to recombine, to rearrange) v recomponer
  • n recompensa
  • v compensar, recompensar
  • v recompensar, compensar

recompenser, one who recompenses n recompensator

recomposition n recomposition

reconcilable adj accordabile

  • adj reconciliabile

reconcile two differing oppinions phr conciliar duo opiniones divergente

  • v reconciliar

reconciliation n reconciliation

reconciliatory adj reconciliatori

recondition n reconditionar

reconduct, conduct back v reconducer

reconnaissance n exploration del terreno, recognoscentia

  • n recognoscentia
  • n recognoscentia, exploration del terreno

reconnoiter, make reconnaissance of v recognoscer

  • ~ , make reconnaissance of v recognoscer -gnosc-/-gnit-]

reconnoitre v explorar le terreno, recognoscer

  • v recognoscer, explorar le terreno

reconsider, consider anew n reconsiderar

reconstitute v reconstituer

  • v reconstituer -stitu-/-stitut-]

reconstitution n reconstitution

reconstruct v reconstruer

  • v reconstruer -stru-/-struct-]

reconstruction n reconstruction

record (document) n documento

  • (gramophone) n disco
  • (mention) n nota
  • (of a person) n historia
  • (phonograph) n disco
  • (register) n registro
  • (sports) n record
  • (the best yet done) n record
  • (the best yet done) n record A]
  • v notar, registrar
  • v registrar, notar
  • ~ , instrument, deed [Law] n acto

recorder, registerer n registrator

recording n registration

record-player n tornadiscos

records n archivos

recount n secunde scrutinio

  • v contar, narrar
  • v narrar, contar

recoup v recuperar

recourse (have - to) v recurrer a

  • n recurso

recover (1. to get back again; 2. to recoup, make up for) v recuperar

  • (cover again) v recoperir
  • (get back) v recuperar
  • (get back, regain) v recovrar
  • (get better) vi recuperar se, refacer se, restablir se
  • (get better) vi refacer se, restablir se, recuperar se
  • (get better) vi restablir se, recuperar se, refacer se
  • (give new cover) vt recoperir

recoverable adj recovrabile

  • adj recuperabile

recoverer n recovrator

recovery (getting back) n recuperation

  • [Commer] n reprisa
  • [Med] restablimento
  • ~ , retaking, recapture n reprisa

recreate v recrear

  • ~ -create, create anew v recrear
  • ~ , give fresh life to v recrear

recreation (refreshment of strength and spirits) n recreation

  • n recreation
  • ~ -creation, creating anew n recreation

recreative adj recreative

recriminate v recriminar

recrimination n recrimination

recriminator n recriminator

recriminatory adj recriminatori

recrudesce, break out again v recrudescer

recrudescence n recrudescentia

recrudescent adj recrudescente

  • adj recrudescente (ppr of recrudescer)

recruit n recruta

  • v recrutar

recruiter n recrutator

recruiting, recruitment n recruta

recruitment n recrutamento

  • ~ , recruiting n recruta

rectal [Anat] adj rectal

rectangle n rectangulo

  • n rectangulo (-àngulo)

rectangular adj rectangular

  • ~ , right-angled adj rectangule

rectifiable adj rectificabile

rectification n rectification

rectifier n rectificator

rectify (1. to set right by adjustment or calculation; 2. Chem]) v rectificar

  • v rectificar

rectilinear adj rectilinee

rectitude n rectitude

  • ~ , straightforwardness, uprightness n directura

recto [Print] n recto

rector [Univ] rector

  • n curato, parocho
  • n parocho, curato
  • ~ , director, chief, ruler n rector

rectorate n rectorato

rectorial adj rectoral

rectory n cura, presbyterio

  • n presbyterio, cura

rectum [Anat] n recto

  • n recto

recuperate v recuperar se, refacer se, restablir se

  • v refacer se, restablir se, recuperar se
  • v restablir se, recuperar se, refacer se

recuperation n recuperation

recur v repeter se, retornar

  • v retornar, repeter se

recurrence (periodical return) n recurrentia

  • n recurrentia

recurrent ((returning periodically or from time to time) Anat]) adj recurrente

  • ((returning periodically or from time to time) Anat]) adj recurrente (ppr of recurrer)
  • adj recurrente

recurring adj recurrente

red (dark) adj rubide

  • (turn ~) v devenir rubie
  • adj rubie
  • adj rubre
  • ~ adj/n rubie
  • ~ deer n cervo
  • ~ lead, minium n minio
  • ~ ocher, ruddle n rubrica
  • ~ ocher, ruddle n rubrica (-ìca)
  • ~ , reddish adj rubee

redaction (act of drafting, finished draft) n redaction

redactor (one who draws up a document, speech) n redactor

redan [Fortif] n redente

redcurrant n rubes rubie

redden, grow red v erubescer

  • ~ , grow red v ruber
  • ~ , grow red v rubescer
  • ~ , make red v rubificar

reddish adj rossastre

  • ~ , red adj rubee

redeem (1. to buy back; 2. to clear of charges, obligations; 3. to ransom, liberate; 4. Theol]) v redimer -im-/-empt-]

  • (1. to buy back; 2. to clear of charges, obligations; 3. to ransom, liberate; 4. Theol]) v redimer
  • v redimer

redeemable adj redimibile

redeemer n redemptor

  • n redemptor
  • n redemptor

redeeming adj redemptive

  • ~ , redemptive adj redemptive

redemption n redemption

redemptive adj redemptive

  • ~ , redeeming adj redemptive

redescend v redescender

redevelop v reconstruer

redevelopment n reconstruction

red-haired adj con capillos rubie

red-handed adv in flagrante delicto

red-head n persona con capillos rubie

red-hot adj ardente, calefacite al rubie

  • ~ -hot adj calefacite al rubie, ardente

red-indian adj/n pelle rubie

redness n rubor

redolence, redolency n redolentia

redolency, redolence n redolentia

redolent adj redolente

  • adj redolente (ppr of redoler)

redouble (1. as in to redouble one's efforts; 2. to become more intense) v reduplar

redoubling (act of) n reduplamento

redoubt [Mil] n reducto

redound v redundar

redress n reparation

  • v remediar, reparar
  • v reparar, remediar

red-sea n mar rubie

red-tape n formalitates bureaucratic

reduce (1. to cut down, diminish; 2. Surg]; 3. Chem] (deoxidize) v reducer

  • (1. to cut down, diminish; 2. Surg]; 3. Chem] (deoxidize) v reducer -duc-/-duct-]
  • (lessen) vi diminuer
  • (slim) v magrir
  • ~ speed, slow down v lentar
  • ~ the swelling of v disinflar
  • vt reducer
  • ~ , become lean or thin v magrir

reduced-price (cut-price) phr a precio reducte

reducer (1. one who reduces or cuts down; 2. Chem] (reducing agent) n reductor

reducibility n reducibilitate

reducible adj reducibile

reduction (1. diminution, cutting down; 2. copy made on a smaller scale; 3. Surg]; 4. Chem]; 5. Arith]) n reduction

  • n abassamento, reduction
  • n reduction, abassamento
  • ~ of speed or activity, slackening n relentamento
  • ~ , cutting or lopping off n defalcation

reductive (tending to reduce) adj reductive

redundance, redundancy n redundantia

redundancy [Indust] disempleo, licentiamento

  • [Indust] licentiamento, disempleo
  • n redundantia
  • ~ , redundance n redundantia

redundant adj redundante

reduplicate (1. to redouble; 2. Gram]) v reduplicar

reduplication [Gram] n reduplication

reduplicative adj reduplicative

redwood n sequoia sempervirente

reed [Bot] n canna

  • [Mus] n lingua
  • ~ organ, harmonium n harmonium
  • ~ organ, harmonium n harmonium NL]

reef (chain of rocks lying near the surface of the water) n scolio

  • n scolio

reek (smoke) v fumar

  • (stink) v oler mal, puter
  • (stink) v puter, oler mal
  • n mal odor
  • ~ , smell v fragrar

reel n bobina

  • v titubar, vacillar
  • v vacillar, titubar
  • ~ , bobbin, spool n bobina

re-elect v reeliger

  • ~ -elect v reeliger -lig-/-lect-]

re-election n reelection

re-eligible adj reeligibile

reemploy, employ again v reemplear

re-establish v restabilir, restablir

  • ~ -establish v restablir, restabilir
  • ~ -establish, restore v restabilir
  • ~ -establish, restore v restablir

re-establishment n restabilimento, restablimento

  • ~ -establishment n restablimento
  • ~ -establishment n restablimento, restabilimento

reexport v reexportar

reexportation n reexportation

refection, refreshment n refection

refectory n refectorio

refer (attribute, ascribe) v referer

  • (attribute, ascribe) v referer -fer-/-lat-]
  • v referer
  • v referer (se)

referee n arbitro

  • v arbitrar

reference (1. as in reference work; 2. letter of reference) n referentia

  • n referentia

referendary n referendario

referendum (1. Pol]; 2. Dipl]) n referendum

  • (1. Pol]; 2. Dipl]) n referendum NL]
  • n referendum

refill n recambio

  • v reimpler
  • v replenar, repler
  • v repler, replenar
  • ~ , replenish v repler

refine (clarify) v affinar, subtilisar

  • (clarify) v subtilisar, affinar
  • (sugar) v raffinar
  • (sugar, oil) v raffinar
  • ~ , improve v affinar
  • ~ , rarefy v subtilisar

refined (of a person) adj culte, manierose

  • (of a person) adj manierose, culte
  • (of gold) adj fin
  • (of petroleum) adj raffinate

refinement (culture) n cultura

  • (improving) n affinamento
  • (manners) n bon manieras

refiner (of metals) n affinator

  • (of sugar, oil) n raffinator

refinery (of sugar, oil) n raffineria

  • (of sugar, oil) n raffineria (-ìa)
  • n raffineria

refining (sugar, oil) (act of) n raffinamento

  • n raffinamento
  • ~ , improving (act of) n affinamento

refit n reparation

  • v reequipar, reparar
  • v reparar, reequipar

refl myself (as in I hurt myself, I said to myself) pron me

  • ~ ourselves pron nos

reflation n inflation controlate

reflect (1. to throw or cast back; 2. to ponder) v reflecter

  • (1. to throw or cast back; 2. to ponder) v reflecter -flect-/-flex-]
  • ~ back, reverberate v repercuter
  • ~ back, reverberate v repercuter -cut-/-cuss-]
  • vi pensar
  • vt reflecter
  • ~ , flash back v refulger

reflection n reflexion

  • ~ , reflexion (1. Opt.) n reflexion
  • ~ , reverberation n reverberation

reflective (1. as in reflective surface; 2. as in reflective person) n reflexive

  • adj reflexive

reflector [Opt] n reflector

  • n reflector
  • ~ , reverberator n reverbero
  • ~ , reverberator n reverbero (-vér-)

reflex (1. mirrored image) n reflexo

  • (1. reflective; 2. Physiol]) adj reflexe
  • n reflexo

reflexibility n reflexibilitate

reflexible adj reflexibile

reflexion, reflection (1. Opt.) n reflexion

reflexive adj reflexive

reflux n refluxo

reforest v reforestar

reforestation n reforestation

reform (1. to form a second time; 2. to convert into better form) v reformar

  • n reforma
  • vi corriger se
  • vt reformar

reformable adj reformabile

Reformation [Eccl. Hist] n reforma

  • n reforma, reformation
  • n reformation
  • n reformation, reforma

reformative adj reformative

reformatory n domo de correction, reformatorio

  • n reformatorio, domo de correction

reformed adj reformate

  • adj reformate (ppr of reformar)

reformer n reformator

reformism n reformismo

reformist n reformista

refound, recast [Metal] v refunder

  • ~ , recast [Metal] v refunder -fund-/-fus-]

refract v refractar

  • v refranger
  • v refranger -frang-/-fract-]

refraction n refraction

refractive adj refractive

refractivity n refractivitate

refractor n refractor

refractory adj refractari

  • adj refractori

refrain (burden of a poem) n refrain

  • (burden of a poem) n refrain F]
  • n refrain
  • v abstiner se
  • v abstiner se (de)

refrangibility n refrangibilitate

refrangible adj refrangibile

refresh v refrescar

  • ~ , renew v refrescar

refreshment (restoration of strength, vigor) n refrescamento

  • n refection, refectiones, refrescos
  • n refectiones, refrescos, refection
  • n refrescos, refection, refectiones
  • ~ room [R.R] n buffet
  • ~ room [R.R] n buffet F]
  • ~ , refection n refection
  • ~ , treat n regalo

refreshment-room manager [R.R] n buffetero

  • ~ -room n buffet

refrigerant [Med] n refrigerativo

  • ~ refrigerante adj refrigerante
  • ~ refrigerante adj refrigerante (ppr of refrigerar)

refrigerate v refrigerar

  • ~ , chill v frigorificar
  • ~ , chill v refrigerar

refrigeration n refrigeration

refrigerative adj refrigerative

refrigerator n refrigerator

refrigeratory adj refrigeratori

  • ~ , condenser adj refrigerante
  • ~ , condenser adj refrigerante (ppr of refrigerar)

refuel v replenar de combustibile

refuge (take ~) v refugiar se

  • n asylo, refugio
  • n refugio
  • n refugio, asylo

refugee n refugiato

refulgence, refulgency n refulgentia

refulgency, refulgence n refulgentia

refulgent adj refulgente

  • adj refulgente (ppr of refulger)

refund n reimbursamento

  • v repagar
  • ~ , reimburse v reimbursar
  • ~ , reimbursement n reimbursamento
  • ~ , repay v repagar

refusal n refusa

  • ~ of admission n inadmission

refuse n immunditias

  • v refusar

refutable adj refutabile

refutation n refutation

refute v confutar, refutar

  • v refutar
  • v refutar, confutar

regain v reganiar

  • ~ , win back v reganiar

regal adj regal

  • ~ , royal regal adj regal

regale (treat, entertain) v regalar

  • ~ oneself, feast v festar
  • ~ oneself, feast v festinar

regalement, regaling n regalamento

regaling, regalement n regalamento

regality (royalty, kingship) n regalitate

regard (care, attention, consideration) n reguardo

  • (with - to) adv quanto
  • n reguardo, respecto
  • n respecto, reguardo
  • v reguardar
  • ~ , concern v reguardar

regarding prep a proposito de

  • ~ , about, of, on, concerning prep re

regardless adj indifferente

regardless-of phr reguardo a, sin reguardo a

  • ~ -of phr sin reguardo a, reguardo a

regatta n regata

  • ~ , boat race n regata

regency n regentia

  • ~ , regentship [Gov] n regentia

regenerate v regenerar

  • v regenerar (se)

regeneration n regeneration

regenerative adj regenerative

regent (1. as in prince regent; 2. as in university regent) n regente

  • n regente

regentship, regency [Gov] n regentia

regicide (act of killing a king) n regicidio

  • (one who kills a king) n regicida

regime (system of government) n regimento

  • n regime
  • n regime F]

regimen [Med] n regime

  • [Med] n regime F]

regiment (assign to a regiment) v inregimentar

  • (assign to a regiment) v inregimentar, regimentar
  • (assign to a regiment) v regimentar, inregimentar
  • [Mil] n regimento
  • n regimento

regimental adj regimental

regimentation n organisation oppressive, regimentation

  • n regimentation, organisation oppressive

region n parte, region

  • n region
  • n region, parte
  • ~ , parts n parte

regional adj regional

regionalism n regionalismo

regionalist n regionalista

regionally adv regionalmente

register (1. record of regular entries; 2. organ stop; 3. register of a voice, an instrument; 4. register of a furnace) n registro

  • (record in writing) v registrar
  • n registro
  • ~ of deaths, obituary [R.C.Ch] n obituario
  • v inscriber (se), registrar (se)
  • v inscriber, registrar
  • v registrar (se), inscriber (se)
  • v registrar, inscriber
  • ~ , list, roll (of members) n matricula

registerer, recorder n registrator

registrar n registrator

registration (act of recording in writing) n registration

  • n registration

registry (- office) n bureau de stato civil

  • (get married at a ~) v maritar se civilmente
  • n registro

regress v regressar

regression n regression

regressive adj regressive

regret n regret

  • v regrettar
  • ~ , be sorry for v regrettar
  • ~ , repentance n regret

regretful adj plen de regret

regrettable adj regrettabile

regular (according to regulations) adj regulamentari

  • adj regular

regularity n regularitate

regularization n regularisation

regularize v regularisar

regular-soldier n soldato de profession

regulate (1. to control or direct by rule or regulations; 2. to adjust to a particular standard, purpose) v regular

  • v regular

regulation (1. act of regulating; 2. regulating principle or rule) n regulamento

  • n regulation
  • ~ , bylaw, ordinance n statuto

regulator n regulator

regulus [Chem. Metal] n regulo

  • [Chem. Metal] n regulo (ré-)

regurgitate, to throw up v regurgitar

regurgitation n regurgitation

rehabilitate v rehabilitar

rehabilitation n rehabilitation

rehearsal [Theat] n proba

  • n proba

rehearse [Theat] v probar

  • v probar

reheat v calefacer de nove

Reich n Reich

  • n Reich G]

Reichstag n Reichstag

  • n Reichstag G]

reign n regno

  • v regnar
  • ~ , princedom, sovereignty n principato

reimbursable adj reimbursabile

reimburse v reimbursar, repagar

  • v repagar, reimbursar
  • ~ , refund v reimbursar

reimbursement n reimbursamento

  • ~ , refund n reimbursamento

reimpression (1. reprinting; 2. reprint) n reimpression

Reims, Rheims n Reims

  • ~ , Rheims n Reims F]

rein (restrain) v refrenar

  • (use reins) v guidar con le redinas
  • n redina

reincarnate v reincarnar

reincarnation n reincarnation

reindeer n ren

reinforce v reinfortiar

  • ~ , strengthen v reinfortiar

reinforced concrete n beton armate

reinforcement (act of reinforcing) n reinfortiamento

reinforcements n reinfortios

reins n brida

reinstall v reinstallar

reinstallation n reinstallation

reinstate v reintegrar

reinstatement n reintegration

reinsurance n reassecurantia

reinsure [Commer] v reassecurar

reintegrate v reintegrar

reintegration n reintegration

reinvest v reinvestir

reinvestment n reinvestimento

reissue (a book, etc) n reimpression

  • (a book, etc) v reimprimer
  • [Commer] emitter de nove
  • [Commer] nove emission

reiterate v reiterar

reiteration n reiteration

reiterative adj reiterative

reject [Jur] recusar

  • n objecto rejectate
  • v rejectar, repulsar
  • v repulsar, rejectar
  • ~ , object to [Law] v recusar

rejectable adj rejectabile

rejection n rejection

rejoice v gauder

  • v gauder, jubilar
  • v jubilar, gauder
  • ~ , jubilate v jubilar

rejoicer, one who rejoices n jubilator

rejoicing n gaudio, jubilation

  • n jubilation, gaudio
  • ~ , jubilation n jubilation

rejoin (join together) v reunir

  • (join together) v reunir (se)
  • (make a rejoinder) v replicar

rejoinder n replica

rejuvenate v rejuvenescer

  • ~ , make young again v rejuvenescer

rejuvenation n rejuvenescimento

  • ~ , rejuvenescence n rejuvenescimento

rejuvenescence, rejuvenation n rejuvenescimento

relapse n recadita

  • v recader

relate (give an account of, to tell) v relatar

  • (tell) v narrar, refer, relatar
  • (tell) v refer, relatar, narrar
  • (tell) v relatar, narrar, refer
  • ~ as a story v historiar
  • ~ , report v referer
  • ~ , report v referer -fer-/-lat-]
  • ~ , tell v contar

related (be - to) v esser parente a

  • (by marriage) adj affin
  • (connected) adj connexe
  • (kin) adj/n cognate
  • ~ by marriage adj affin

relater (narrator) n relator

relating to truffles, truffle adj trufari

relation (1. account, report; 2. relation between things) n relation

  • (account) n narration, relation
  • (account) n relation, narration
  • (connection) n relation
  • (kinsman) n parente
  • ~ , relative n parente

relations n parentela

relationship (of people) n parentela

  • n connexion, relation
  • n relation, connexion
  • ~ , kinship n parentato

relative (1. not absolute; 2. Gram]) adj relative

  • adj relative
  • n parente
  • ~ , relation n parente

relativism n relativismo

relativity n relativitate

relax v relaxar

  • v relaxar (se)

relaxation (decrease of tension, strain) n relaxamento

  • (decrease of tension, strain) n relaxation
  • n relaxation

relay (post) n posta

  • (put down again) v poner de nove
  • (radio) v retransmitter
  • [Elec] n relais
  • [Elec] n relais F]
  • [Elect] relais

release (1. to set free; 2. to relieve from a duty, obligation) v relaxar

  • (from prison) n disincarceration
  • (from prison) v disincarcerar
  • (smoke) v discargar, emitter
  • (smoke) v emitter, discargar
  • [Gen] n liberation
  • [Gen] v liberar
  • [Mech] disbloccar, disingagiar
  • [Mech] disingagiar, disbloccar
  • ~ from prison or confinement n disincarceration
  • ~ from prison or confinement v disincarcerar
  • ~ , let go, set free v laxar

relegate (send away, banish) v relegar

  • v relegar

relegation (sending away) n relegation

  • n relegation

relent v ceder

relentless adj implacabile, inexorabile

  • adj inexorabile, implacabile

relevance n pertinentia

relevant adj apposite, pertinente

  • adj pertinente, apposite
  • ~ , apposite adj apposite
  • ~ , apposite adj apposite (-pò-)

reliability (of information) n veracitate

  • (reliableness) n fidelitate
  • [Mech] securitate
  • [Mech] securitate (de functionamento)

reliable adj digne de confidentia, fidel, serie, digne de fide

  • adj digne de fide, digne de confidentia, fidel, serie
  • adj fidel, serie, digne de fide, digne de confidentia
  • adj serie, digne de fide, digne de confidentia, fidel

reliance n confidentia, dependentia

  • n dependentia, confidentia

relic (as in relic of a saint) n reliquia

  • n reliquia

relict adj relicte

relief (1. Sculp] (relievo; 2. distinctness of outline due to sharp contrast) n relievo

  • (art) n relievo
  • (art) n relievo (alte;basse)
  • (poor ~) n assistentia public
  • (unburdening) n discarga, relevamento
  • (unburdening) n relevamento, discarga
  • ~ , relieving (act of) n relevamento
  • ~ , unburdening n discarga

relieve (1. to bring relief to; 2. to relieve from a duty; 3. to make stand out, bring into relief) v relevar

  • v discargar, relevar
  • v relevar, discargar
  • ~ , unburden v discargar

reliever (as in reliever of the poor) n relevator

relieving, relief (act of) n relevamento

religion (1. as in Christian religion; 2. scrupulousness) n religion

  • (freedom of ~) n libertate de conscientia
  • n religion

religious (1. devout, pious; 2. as in with religious care) adj religiose

  • adj religiose

religiousness (1. state of being devout or religious; 2. as in to do something with great religiousness) n religiositate

relinquish v relinquer

  • ~ , leave behind v relinquer
  • ~ , leave behind v relinquer -linqu-/-lict-]

reliquary, shrine n reliquario

relish (condiment) n condimento, sauce

  • (condiment) n sauce, condimento
  • (flavour) n gusto, sapor
  • (flavour) n sapor, gusto
  • (keenness) n enthusiasmo
  • v gustar
  • ~ , enjoy v gustar

relive v reviver

reluctance n reluctantia

  • ~ , unwillingness, resistence n reluctantia

reluctant adj reluctante

  • ~ , resistent adj reluctante
  • ~ , resistent adj reluctante (ppr of reluctar)

reluctantly adv con reluctantia

rely v contar con, fider

  • v fider, contar con

rely-on v contar super, fider se a

  • ~ -on v fider se a, contar super

remain (1. to be left; 2. to stay) v restar

  • (1. to stay; 2. to be left) v remaner
  • v remaner, restar
  • v restar, remaner
  • ~ , stay v demorar

remainder n math

  • n residuo, resto
  • n resto, residuo
  • v liquidar
  • ~ , rest n cetero (cé-), ceterum (cé-)
  • ~ , rest n cetero, ceterum
  • ~ , rest n resto

remaining (state of) n remanentia

  • adj cetere
  • adj cetere (cé-)

remains n restos

remand (on ~) adj detenite

  • v reincarcerar
  • v reincarcerar (durante investigationes)

remanent, residuous adj remanente

  • ~ , residuous adj remanente (ppr of remaner)

remark (notice) v notar, remarcar

  • (notice) v remarcar
  • (notice) v remarcar, notar
  • (observe) vt observar
  • n observation, remarca
  • n remarca, observation

remarkable adj remarcabile

  • ~ , signal adj signalate
  • ~ , signal adj signalate (pp of signalar)

remarry (unite again in wedlock) v remaritar

  • v remaritar
  • v remaritar (se)
  • v resposar

remediable adj remediabile

remedial adj curative, therapeutic

  • adj therapeutic, curative

remedy (cure) n remedio

  • (cure, treatment) n remedio
  • (drug) n pharmaco
  • v remediar
  • ~ , medicine, drug n pharmaco
  • ~ , medicine, drug n pharmaco (fàr-)

remember (recollect, recall) v memorar

  • vi rememorar se
  • vt memorar

remembrance (in - of) phr in memoria de

  • n memoria

remind v recordar

  • v recordar, rememorar
  • v recordar, rememorar (un cosa a un persona)
  • v rememorar
  • v rememorar (un cosa a un persona), recordar
  • v rememorar, recordar

reminder (letter) n littera de sollicitation

  • (memento) n memento, souvenir
  • (memento) n souvenir, memento

Remington (gun) n remington

  • (gun) n remington A]

reminisce v contar su souvenires

reminiscence n reminiscentia

reminiscent-of (be ~) v rememorar uno de

remiss adj negligente

remissibility n remissibilitate

remissible adj remissibile

remission (1. forgiveness; 2. abatement, lessening) n remission

  • n remission

remit (1. to transmit, send; 2. to forgive; 3. to abate, become less) v remitter -mitt-/-miss-]

  • (1. to transmit, send; 2. to forgive; 3. to abate, become less) v remitter
  • (forgive) v pardonar
  • (send) v inviar, remitter
  • (send) v remitter, inviar
  • ~ , postpone v remitter
  • ~ , postpone v remitter -mitt-/-miss-]

remittance (action of remitting money) n remissa

  • n invio, remissa
  • n remissa, invio

remnant n residuo, resto

  • n resto, residuo

remonstrance n remonstrantia

remonstrate, expostulate, protest v remonstrar

remora, shark sucker [Zool] n remora

  • ~ , shark sucker [Zool] n remora (ré-)

remorse (feel ~) v compunger se

  • n remorso

remote adj remote

  • ~ , distant adj remote

remote-control n teleguidage

  • ~ -control v teleguidar

remotion, removal n remotion

remount (1. to ascend again; 2. to refix, reset) v remontar

  • [Mil] n remonta

removability, amovability n amovibilitate

removable adj removibile

  • ~ , amovable (subject to removal) adj amovibile

removal (riddance) n elimination

  • (transfer) n subtraction, transferimento
  • (transfer) n transferimento, subtraction
  • ~ of spots, cleaning n dismaculatura
  • ~ , remotion n remotion
  • ~ , withdrawal n subtraction

remove (a distance) v remover

  • (a distance) v remover -mov-/-mot-]
  • (get rid of) v eliminar
  • (take away) v levar, remover
  • (take away) v remover, levar
  • ~ markers or identification marks from v dismarcar
  • ~ the fat from (the carcass of an animal) v disgrassiar
  • ~ the hair from, depilate v depilar
  • ~ the hair from, depilate v pilar
  • ~ the handle of v dismanicar
  • ~ the inflammation from v disinflammar
  • ~ the margin of, trim the margin of v emarginar
  • ~ the nails from, unnail v disclavar
  • ~ the polish from v dispolir
  • ~ the scales from, scale v squamar
  • ~ the silver from, desilver v disargentar
  • ~ the skin, skin (of an animal) v spoliar
  • ~ the stains from, clean v dismacular
  • ~ , amove (from office, etc.) v amover
  • ~ , carry or take away v levar
  • ~ , cut off v precider
  • ~ , cut off v precider -cid-/-cis-]

removing, carrying or taking away (act of) n levamento

remunerable adj remunerabile

remunerate v remunerar

remuneration n remuneration

remunerative (1. serving to remunerate; 2. profitable) adj remunerative

  • (serving to remunerate) adj remuneratori
  • adj remunerative

remunerator n remunerator

renaissance n renascentia

renal adj renal

rename n rebaptisar, renominar

  • n renominar, rebaptisar

renascence, revival, re-birth (as in revival of learning) n renascentia

renascent, reviving, springing up again adj renascente

  • ~ , reviving, springing up again adj renascente (ppr of renascer)

rend v diveller, lacerar

  • v lacerar, diveller
  • ~ , break off v abrumper
  • ~ , break off v abrumper -rump-/-rupt-]
  • ~ , tear apart v diveller
  • ~ , tear apart v diveller -vell-/-vuls-]

render (1. to give up, yield; 2. to translate; 3. to cause to become) v render

  • ~ a disservice v disservir
  • ~ automatic, automatize v automatisar
  • ~ destitute v destituer
  • ~ destitute v destituer -stitu-/-stitut-]
  • ~ dissimilar v dissimilar
  • ~ ductile or malleable v adulciar
  • ~ enthusiastic v enthusiasmar
  • ~ fluid, fluidify v fluidificar
  • ~ incomplete v discompletar
  • ~ infamous v infamar
  • ~ jointly liable or responsible v solidarisar
  • ~ plebeian, plebeianize v plebeisar
  • ~ useless v inutilisar
  • v facer, render
  • v render, facer

rendezvous adj appunctamento, rendez-vous

  • adj rendez-vous, appunctamento
  • n rendez-vous
  • n rendez-vous F]
  • ~ -vous, appointment n appunctamento

renegade adj renegate

  • adj renegate (pp of renegar)
  • n renegato

renew (a subscription) v reabonar se

  • (a subscription) v reabonar se (a)
  • (extend) v extender
  • (replace) v renovar
  • ~ , refresh v refrescar

renewable (that can be renewed, replaced) adj renovabile

renewal (of a subscription) n reabonamento

  • n extension, renovation
  • n renovation, extension

rennet n cualio

renominate v renominar

renounce (1. to give up in a complete and formal manner; 2. Cards]) v renunciar

  • v renunciar

renouncement n renunciamento

  • n renunciation
  • ~ , renunciation n renunciation

renouncer n renunciator

renovate (1. to make new or like new; 2. to renew, replace) v renovar

  • v renovar

renovation (1. making new or like new; 2. renewal, replacing) n renovation

  • n renovation

renovator n renovator

renown n renomine

renowned adj/n renominate

  • ~ , famed adj renominate

rent (amount paid in rent) n location

  • (from) v prender in location
  • (out) v locar
  • adj divellite
  • n location
  • ~ or let (for hire) v arrentar
  • ~ , let v locar

rental (precio de) n location

  • adj locative

renter n locatario

rentier, independent gentleman n rentero

renunciation n renunciation

  • ~ , renouncement n renunciation

reoccupation (act of taking possession of a place again) n reoccupation

reoccupy (take possession of a place again) v reoccupar

reopen v reaperir

  • v reaperir (se)
  • ~ , open again v reaperir
  • ~ , open again v reaperir -per-/-pert-]

reopening n reapertura

reordain [Eccl] v reordinar

reordination (1. Eccl]; 2. a second or repeated disposition in harmonious form) n reordination

reorganization n reorganisation

reorganize v reorganisar

reorganizer n reorganisator

reorient v reorientar

reorientation n reorientation

repair (1. to mend; 2. to make up for, make amends for) v reparar

  • (act or work of repairing) n reparo
  • n reparation, reparo
  • n reparo, reparation
  • v refacer, reparar
  • v reparar, refacer
  • ~ , mend v sarcir
  • ~ , mend v sarcir sarc-/sart-]
  • ~ , repairing (act or process of) n refaction
  • ~ , restore v refacer
  • ~ , restore v refacer -fac-/-fact-]

repairer, repairman n reparator

repairing, repair (act or process of) n refaction

repairman, repairer n reparator

reparable adj reparabile

reparation (1. restoration to good condition; 2. act of giving satisfaction for wrong or injury done; 3. amends) n reparation

  • n reparation

repartee n replica argute

repass, pass again v repassar

repast, meal n repasto

repatriate v repatriar

repatriation n repatriation

repay (pay back) v repagar

  • v Fig]
  • ~ , refund v repagar

repayment n reimbursamento

  • n repagamento

repeal n abrogation

  • v abrogar, revocar
  • v revocar, abrogar
  • ~ , abrogation n abrogation

repeat n repetition

  • v iterar, repeter
  • v repeter
  • v repeter, iterar
  • ~ , iterate (1. to do again; 2. to say again) v iterar

repeatable adj iterabile

  • adj reiterabile

repeated vaccination, re-vaccination n revaccination

repeatedly adv plure vices, repetitemente

  • adv repetitemente, plure vices
  • ~ , frequently adv subinde
  • ~ , frequently, often adv sovente

repeater (one who repeats) n iterator

repel [Med] v repercuter

  • [Med] v repercuter -cut-/-cuss-]
  • v rebatter, repulsar, repeller
  • v repeller, rebatter, repulsar
  • v repulsar, repeller, rebatter
  • ~ , beat back v rebatter
  • ~ , repulse (1. to drive back; 2. to reject) v repeller
  • ~ , repulse (1. to drive back; 2. to reject) v repeller -pell-/-puls-]
  • ~ , repulse (1. to drive back; 2. to reject) v repulsar

repellent (insect ~) adj/n insectifuge

  • [Med] adj repercussive
  • adj repugnante, repulsive
  • adj repulsive, repugnante

repelling (humors, swellings, eruptions) (action of) Med] n repercussion

repent v repentir se

repentance n penitentia

  • n penitentia, repententia
  • n repententia
  • n repententia, penitentia
  • ~ , regret n regret

repentant adj repentente

  • ~ adj/n repentente

repercussion n repercussion

  • ~ , reverberation n repercussion

repercussive adj repercussive

repertoire n repertoire, repertorio

  • n repertorio, repertoire

repertory n repertoire, repertorio

  • n repertorio, repertoire

repertory-theatre n theatro de repertorio

repetend [Math] adj periodic

  • [Math] n periodo
  • [Math] n periodo (-rì-)

repetition n repetition

  • ~ , iteration n iteration
  • ~ , reprise [Mus] n reprisa

replace (1. to supply an equivalent for; 2. to take the place of) v reimplaciar

  • v reimplaciar
  • ~ , substitute for v surrogar

replacement (action of replacing) n reimplaciamento

  • (person or thing) n reimplaciante
  • ~ , substitute (person who replaces another) n reimplaciante

replant v replantar

replantable adj replantabile

replay n partita repetite

  • v jocar de nove

replenish v replenar, repler

  • v repler, replenar
  • ~ , refill v repler

replenishment n replenamento

repletion n repletion

replica [Art] n replica

  • [Art] n replica (ré-)
  • n replica

reply n replica, responsa

  • n responsa, replica
  • v replicar, responder
  • v responder, replicar
  • ~ , answer n replica
  • ~ , answer n replica (ré-)
  • ~ , answer v replicar

replying, answering adj responsive

report (account) n relation, reporto

  • (account) n reporto, relation
  • (bang) n detonation, explosion
  • (bang) n explosion, detonation
  • (give an account of) v reportar
  • (notice) n informe, notitias
  • (notice) n notitias, informe
  • (of a meeting) n processo verbal
  • (rumour) n ruito, rumor
  • (rumour) n rumor, ruito
  • v informar, reportar, referer
  • v referer, informar, reportar
  • v reportar, referer, informar
  • ~ , account n reporto
  • ~ , relate v referer
  • ~ , relate v referer -fer-/-lat-]
  • ~ , rumor n ruito
  • ~ , rumor n ruito (-ìto)
  • ~ , rumor n rumor

reporter (journalist) n reporter

  • (journalist) n reporter A]
  • v reporter

reporting (action of) Journ] n reportamento

  • [Journ] n reportage
  • [Journ] n reportage (-aje)

repose (1. as in to repose one's head on; 2. to take a rest or lie at rest) v reposar

  • n reposo
  • v reposar
  • ~ , rest n reposo

reprehend v reprehender

  • v reprehender -hend-/-hens-]

reprehensibility, reprehensibleness n reprehensibilitate

reprehensible adj reprehensibile

  • ~ , vile, vituperable adj vituperabile

reprehensibleness, reprehensibility n reprehensibilitate

reprehension n reprehension

reprehensive adj reprehensive

represent (1. to be a representative of; 2. to give a representation of) v representar

  • v representar
  • ~ -present, present again v representar

representable adj representabile

representation (1. portrayal) n representation

  • ~ -presentation (second or new presentation) n representation
  • n representation

representative adj representative

  • n inviato, representante
  • n representante
  • n representante, inviato
  • ~ , agent n ministro

representer n representator

repress (1. to check, restrain, control; 2. to put down by force, suppress) v reprimer

  • (1. to check, restrain, control; 2. to put down by force, suppress) v reprimer -prim-/-press-]
  • v reprimer
  • ~ , check v comprimer
  • ~ , check v comprimer -prim-/-press-]

represser n repressor

repressible adj repressibile

repression n repression

repressive adj repressive

reprieve n commutation, suspension

  • n commutation, suspension (del pena capital)
  • n suspension (del pena capital), commutation
  • n suspension, commutation
  • v commutar, suspender
  • v commutar, suspender (le pena de)
  • v suspender (le pena de), commutar
  • v suspender, commutar

reprimand n reprimenda

  • v reprimendar

reprint n reimpression

  • v reimprimer
  • v reimprimer -prim-/-press-]

reprisal n represalia

reprise, repetition [Mus] n reprisa

reproach (censure) n reproche

  • (censure) n reproche (-sh-)
  • (upbraid, censure) v reprochar
  • (upbraid, censure) v reprochar (-sh-)
  • n reproche
  • v reprochar

reproachable adj reprochabile

  • adj reprochabile (-sh-)

reprobate [Theol] adj reprobate

  • [Theol] adj reprobate (pp of reprobar)
  • [Theol] v reprobar
  • n reprobato
  • v reprobar
  • ~ , lost soul [Theol] n reprobato

reprobation (1. disapproval, censure; 2. Theol]) n reprobation

reprobative adj reprobative

reproduce (1. to produce again; 2. to make a copy or copies of) v reproducer

  • (1. to produce again; 2. to make a copy or copies of) v reproducer -duc-/-duct-]
  • v reproducer
  • v reproducer (se)

reproducible adj reproducibile

reproduction (1. act of reproducing or producing again; 2 . Biol]; 3. copy, likeness) n reproduction

  • n reproduction

reproductive adj reproductive

reprovable adj reprobabile

reprove (1. to express disapprobation of; 2. to rebuke) v reprobar

  • v reprobar

reprover n reprobator

reptant [Zool] adj reptatori

reptile n reptile

reptilian adj reptil

republic n republica

  • n republica (-pù-)

republican (1. of a republic; 2. consonant with the principles of a republic) adj republican

  • (one who favors a republican government) n republicano
  • adj republican
  • n republicano

republicanism n republicanismo

republicanize v republicanisar

repudiable adj repudiabile

repudiate (1. Hist] (divorce; 2. to reject) v repudiar

  • v repudiar
  • ~ , deny, disown v renegar

repudiation (1. Hist] (divorce; 2. rejection) n repudio

  • n repudiation
  • ~ , denial, disowning n renegamento

repudiator n repudiator

repugnance (1. contradiction; 2. dislike, disgust) n repugnantia

  • n repugnantia

repugnant adj repugnante

repulse n repulsa

  • v repeller, repulsar
  • v repulsar, repeller
  • ~ , repel (1. to drive back; 2. to reject) v repeller
  • ~ , repel (1. to drive back; 2. to reject) v repeller -pell-/-puls-]
  • ~ , repel (1. to drive back; 2. to reject) v repulsar

repulsion (1. act of repulsing) n repulsion

  • n repulsion

repulsive (1. as in repulsive force; 2. arousing aversion) adj repulsive

  • adj repugnante, repulsive
  • adj repulsive, repugnante

reputable adj de bon reputation, estimate, honorabile

  • adj estimate, honorabile, de bon reputation
  • adj honorabile, de bon reputation, estimate

reputation (as in of great reputation) n reputation

  • n fama, reputation
  • n reputation, fama

repute n fama, reputation

  • n reputation, fama
  • v reputar

reputedly adv secundo le opinion general

request n demanda

  • n demanda, requesta
  • n requesta
  • n requesta, demanda
  • v demandar, peter, requestar
  • v peter, requestar, demandar
  • v requestar
  • v requestar, demandar, peter
  • ~ , ask for, beg v rogar
  • ~ , beg, ask for v peter
  • ~ , entreaty, prayer n prece
  • ~ , prayer, petition n supplica
  • ~ , prayer, petition n supplica (sùp-)

requiem n requiem

  • n requiem (ré-)

require (demand as necessary) v requirer

  • (demand as necessary) v requirer -quir-/-quest-/-quisit-]
  • (demand) v exiger, requirer
  • (demand) v requirer, exiger
  • (need) v necessitar

requirement n exigentia, requirimento

  • n requirimento
  • n requirimento, exigentia
  • ~ , exigency n exigentia

requisite adj requisite

  • n requisito

requisition (act of requiring as of right) n requisition

  • n requisition
  • v requisitionar
  • ~ , commandeer v requisitionar

reread v releger

  • ~ -read v releger

re-route v deviar

rerun (race) v currer de nove

  • (repeat) v repetir
  • n repetition

resale n revendita

  • n revendita (-vén-)

rescind (1. to cut off, remove; 2. to annul, abrogate) v rescinder -scind-/-sciss-]

  • (1. to cut off, remove; 2. to annul, abrogate) v rescinder

rescinding, abrogating adj abrogatori

  • ~ , rescissory adj rescissori

rescission n rescission

rescissory, rescinding adj rescissori

rescript (1. Hist]; 2. Eccl]; 3. rewriting) n rescripto

rescue n rescatto, salvamento, salvation

  • n salvamento, salvation, rescatto
  • n salvation, rescatto, salvamento
  • v rescattar, salvar
  • v salvar, rescattar
  • ~ , save v salvar
  • ~ , saving n salvamento

research n recerca

  • v recercar

researcher n recercator

resect [Surg] v resecar

  • [Surg] v resecar -sec-/-sect-]

resection [Surg] n resection

reseda, mignonette [Bot] n reseda

resedaceous [Bot] adj resedacee

resell v revender

reseller n revenditor

resemblance n resimilantia

  • n resimilantia, similantia, similitude
  • n similantia, similitude, resimilantia
  • n similitude, resimilantia, similantia
  • ~ , similitude, likeness n similitude

resemble v resimilar

  • v resimilar, similar
  • v similar
  • v similar, resimilar

resembling, like adj affin

  • ~ , similar (to) adj resimilante
  • ~ , similar (to) adj resimilante (ppr of resimilar)
  • ~ , similar, like adj simile

resent v resentir

resentful adj plen de resentimento

resentfully adv con resentimento

resentment n resentimento

  • ~ , spite, despite n despecto

reservation n reservation

reserve (1. part of something kept back for future use) n reserva

  • (1. to save, keep back for a later occasion; 2 . as in to reserve a seat in a theater) v reservar
  • n reserva
  • v reservar

reserved (reticent) adj reservate

  • (reticent) adj reservate (pp of reservar)
  • adj reservate
  • ~ , close, reticent adj concentrate
  • ~ , close, reticent adj concentrate (pp of concentrar)

reservist [Mil] n reservista

reservoir (1. place where anything is kept in store; 2 . water reservoir) n reservoir F]

  • (1. place where anything is kept in store; 2 . water reservoir) n reservoir
  • n reservoir

reset v remontar

resettle v colonisar de novo, recolonisar

  • v recolonisar, colonisar de novo

resettlement n nove colonisation

reside v demorar, resider

  • v resider, demorar
  • ~ , dwell v resider
  • ~ , live v demorar

residence (1. place of residence; 2. Dipl] (resident's function, office, tenure) n residentia

  • (place of residence) n demora
  • n demora, habitation, residentia
  • n habitation, residentia, demora
  • n residentia, demora, habitation
  • ~ of a priest, function [R.C.Ch] n cura

resident (minister) adj residente

  • (minister) adj residente (ppr of resider)
  • ~ adj/n residente
  • ~ residente, residing adj residente
  • ~ residente, residing adj residente (ppr of resider)

residential adj residential

residing, resident residente adj residente

  • ~ , resident residente adj residente (ppr of resider)

residual adj remanente, residual

  • adj residual
  • adj residual, remanente
  • adj residue

residually adv residualmente

residue n residuo

residuous, remanent adj remanente

  • ~ , remanent adj remanente (ppr of remaner)

resign (an office, right) v resignar

  • vi dimitter se
  • vt resignar
  • vt resignar (un function)

resignation (1. act of resigning or giving up; 2. state of being resigned or submissive) n resignation

  • n dimission, resignation
  • n resignation, dimission
  • ~ , demission n dimission

resigned adj resignate

resign-oneself v resignar se

  • ~ -oneself v resignar se (a)

resilience n elasticitate

resilient adj elastic

resin n resina

resiniferous, resin-producing adj resinifere

resinify v resinificar

resinous adj resinose

resin-producing, resiniferous adj resinifere

resist authority v resister al autoritate

  • v resister
  • vt opponer se, resister
  • vt resister, opponer se
  • ~ , be unwilling v reluctar

resistance (all senses) n resistentia

  • n resistentia

resistant adj/n resistente

resistence, reluctance, unwillingness n reluctantia

resistent, reluctant adj reluctante

  • ~ , reluctant adj reluctante (ppr of reluctar)

resistible adj resistibile

resoluble, resolvable adj resolubile

resolute adj decise, resolute

  • adj resolute
  • adj resolute, decise

resolution (1. act of disinvolving, decomposing) n resolution

  • (all senses) n resolution
  • ~ , decision n deliberation
  • ~ , resolve n partito

resolvable, resoluble adj resolubile

resolve (1. to disinvolve, decompose) v resolver

  • (1. to disinvolve, decompose) v resolver -solv-/-solut-]
  • n resolution
  • v resolver
  • v resolver (se)
  • ~ , dissolve v solver
  • ~ , dissolve v solver solv-/solut-]
  • ~ , resolution n partito

resolved adj resolute

resolvent [Med] n resolvente

  • [Med] n resolvente (ppr of resolver)

resonance (1. quality of being resonant; 2. act of resounding) n resonantia

  • n resonantia

resonant adj resonante

  • ~ , resounding adj resonante
  • ~ , resounding adj resonante (ppr of resonar)

resonator n resonator

resorb, absorb v resorber

  • ~ , absorb v resorber -sorb-/-sorpt-]

resorption, absorption n resorption

resort (holiday ~) n station balnear

  • n recurso
  • v recurrer
  • ~ , have recourse v recurrer
  • ~ , have recourse v recurrer -curr-/-curs-]

resound v resonar

  • ~ , reverberate, echo v resonar

resounding, resonant adj resonante

  • ~ , resonant adj resonante (ppr of resonar)

resource (reserve source of supply) n ressource

  • (reserve source of supply) n ressource F]
  • n ressource

resourceful adj de ressources, ingeniose

  • adj ingeniose, de ressources

resourcefulness n abundantia de ressources, ingeniositate

  • n ingeniositate, abundantia de ressources

respcct (1. esteem, deferential regard; 2. relation, reference) n respecto

respect (in every ~) phr in omne respectos

  • n respecto
  • v respectar

respectability n respectabilitate

respectable adj respectabile

respectful adj respectuose

respective adj respective

respectively adv respectivemente

respirability, breathableness n respirabilitate

respirable, breathable adj respirabile

respiration n respiration

  • ~ , breathing n respiration

respirator n respirator

respiratory adj respiratori

respite (pause) n pausa, relaxamento

  • (pause) n relaxamento, pausa
  • (truce) n tregua

resplendence (brightness) n resplendentia, splendor

  • (brightness) n splendor, resplendentia
  • ~ , brightness (great) n resplendentia

resplendent (bright) adj radiante, resplendente

  • (bright) adj resplendente, radiante
  • adj resplendente
  • ~ , bright adj splendide

respond (answer) v corresponder, responder

  • (answer) v responder, corresponder
  • (react sympathetically) v corresponder

respondent adj respondente

  • adj respondente (ppr of responder)

response (answer) n responsa

responsibility n carga, responsabilitate

  • n responsabilitate, carga

responsible (answerable, accountable) adj responsabile

  • adj responsabile
  • adj responsabile (de)

responsive adj sensibile

responsiveness n sensibilitate

responsory [Eccl] n responso

  • [Eccl] n responsorio

rest (at ~) adv in reposo

  • (remainder) n resto
  • (repose) n reposo
  • (support) n appoio
  • [Mus] n pausa
  • n mus
  • vi reposar
  • vt appoiar
  • vt appoiar (un cosa super)
  • ~ , remainder n cetero (cé-), ceterum (cé-)
  • ~ , remainder n cetero, ceterum
  • ~ , remainder n resto
  • ~ , repose n reposo

re-stablishment n restabilimento

restaurant keeper n restaurator

  • n restaurant
  • n restaurant F]
  • n restaurante

restaurant-car n wagon restaurante

restful adj reposante

  • adj reposante (ppr of reposar)

restitutory [Law] adj restitutori

restive (mulish, stubborn) adj restive

restless adj agitate, inquiete

  • adj inquiete, agitate

restlessness n agitation

restorable (1. returnable; 2. that can be brought back to its former or original state) adj restituibile

  • adj restaurabile

restoration (1. act of restoring or returning, to its former owner, restitution; 2. act of restoring to its former or original state) n restitution

  • n restauration
  • ~ , restoring n restauration

restorative adj restaurative

  • ~ restaurante adj restaurante
  • ~ restaurante adj restaurante (ppr of restaurar)

restore (1. to give back, return; 2. to bring back to the former or original state) v restituer

  • (1. to give back, return; 2. to bring back to the former or original state) v restituer -stitu-/-stitut-]
  • (as in to restore a dynasty, a picture) v restaurar
  • (give back) v restituer
  • (re-establish) v restabilir
  • (renew) v restaurar
  • ~ , put back v remitter
  • ~ , put back v remitter -mitt-/-miss-]
  • ~ , re-establish v restabilir
  • ~ , re-establish v restablir
  • ~ , repair v refacer
  • ~ , repair v refacer -fac-/-fact-]

restorer (of pictures) n restaurator

  • n restitutor

restoring, restoration n restauration

restrain v continer, refrenar, retener

  • v refrenar, retener, continer
  • v retener, continer, refrenar
  • ~ , confine v confinar
  • ~ , control v continer
  • ~ , control v continer -tin-/-tent-]
  • ~ , curb, keep from v retener
  • ~ , curb, keep from v retener -ten-/-tent-]
  • ~ , restrict v restringer
  • ~ , restrict v restringer -string-/-strict-]

restrainer n restringitor

restraint (check) n freno, restriction

  • (check) n restriction, freno
  • (illegal) n sequestration
  • ~ , check n freno

restrict v limitar, restringer

  • v restringer, limitar
  • ~ , restrain v restringer
  • ~ , restrain v restringer -string-/-strict-]

restricted, limited adj limitate

  • ~ , limited adj limitate (pp of limitar)

restriction n restriction

restrictive adj restrictive

result n consequentia, resultato

  • n resultato
  • n resultato, consequentia
  • v resultar

resultant adj resultante

  • ~ , resulting adj resultante
  • ~ , resulting adj resultante (ppr of resultar)

resulting adj resultante

  • ~ , consequent adj consecutive
  • ~ , resultant adj resultante
  • ~ , resultant adj resultante (ppr of resultar)

resume (begin again) v recomenciar, reprender

  • (begin again) v reprender, recomenciar
  • (office) v reassumer
  • (summarize) v resumer, summarisar
  • (summarize) v summarisar, resumer
  • n résumé
  • n résumé F]
  • n resume, summario
  • n summario, resume

resuming, resumption n reprisa

resumption n reprisa

  • ~ , resuming n reprisa

resurge, rise again v resurger

  • ~ , rise again v resurger -surg-/-surrect-]

resurrect (bring back to life or existence) v resurger

  • (bring back to life or existence) v resurger -surg-/-surrect-]
  • v resurger

resurrection (1. as in the resurrection of nature in the Spring; 2. Theol]) n resurrection

  • n resurrection

resuscitate v resuscitar

resuscitation n resuscitation

resuscitator n resuscitator

retable [Eccl] n retabulo

  • [Eccl] n retabulo (-tà-)

retail [Commer] n detalio

  • n detalio
  • v vender al detalio

retailer n commerciante al detalio

retain (1. to preserve; 2. to reserve; 3. to remember) v retener

  • (1. to preserve; 2. to reserve; 3. to remember) v retener -ten-/-tent-]
  • v conservar, retener
  • v retener, conservar

retainable adj retenibile

retainer (1. detainer; 2. maintainer, preserver) n retentor

retake, take back again v reprender

  • ~ , take back again v reprender -prend-/-pris-]

retaking, recapture, recovery n reprisa

retaliate v retaliar

retaliation n retaliation

retaliatory adj de represalia, vindicative

  • adj vindicative, de represalia

retard v remorar, retardar

  • v retardar, remorar
  • ~ , delay (as in delay of a day) n retardo
  • ~ , hinder, hold back v remorar

retardation (act of retarding) n retardation

  • ~ , retardment (act of retarding) n retardamento

retardative (having power to retard) adj retardative

retarder n retardator

retemper [Metal] v retemperar

retenaculum [Bot] n retenaculo

retention (1. reservation; 2. memory; 3. Med]) n retention

  • n retention

retentive (good at remembering) adj retentive

  • adj retentive

retentivity n retentivitate

retiarius [Rom. Antiq] n retiario

reticence n reticentia

reticent adj concentrate, reticente

  • adj reticente
  • adj reticente, concentrate
  • ~ , reserved, close adj concentrate
  • ~ , reserved, close adj concentrate (pp of concentrar)

reticle [Opt] n reticulo

reticulate reticular v reticular

  • ~ , reticulated adj reticulate

reticulated, reticulate adj reticulate

reticulation n reticulation

reticule (ladies' handbag) n reticulo

reticulum (1. net, netlike structure, membrane; 2 . Zool] (second stomach of a ruminant) n reticulo

retina n retina

retinitis [Pathol] n retinitis

  • [Pathol] n retinitis (-ìtis)

retinue n suite

  • ~ , attendance n accompaniamento

retire (from employment) v pensionar se, retirar se

  • (from employment) v retirar se, pensionar se
  • (withdraw) vi receder, retraher se
  • (withdraw) vi retraher se, receder
  • vt pensionar

retirement (act of retiring) n retiramento

  • (act of retiring) n retiro
  • n retiro
  • ~ , seclusion n reclusion

retiring (of disposition) adj reservate

  • (of president, etc) adj sortiente

retort (an argument) v retorquer

  • (an argument) v retorquer -torqu-/-tort-/-tors-]
  • (in chemistry) n retorta
  • [Chem] n retorta
  • n replica aspere, retorsion
  • n retorsion, replica aspere
  • v replicar asperemente, retorquer
  • v retorquer, replicar asperemente

retorting, retort (an argument) (act of) n retorsion

retortion (act of turning or twisting again or back) n retorsion

retortive (of the nature of a retort) adj retorsive

retouch, touch up, rework v retoccar

retoucher [Photog] n retoccator

retouching, touching up (act of) n retocco

retrace one's steps v retornar sur su passos

  • v retraciar

retract (deny) vi disdicer se

  • (withdraw take back) vt retraher

retractile adj retractile

retractility n retractilitate

retraction (1. act of drawing back; 2. retractation, recantation) n retraction

  • (denial) n disdicimento
  • (withdrawal) n retraction
  • ~ , withdrawal (from a contract or agreement) n disdicimento

retractive adj retractive

retread (a path) v repercurrer

  • (a tyre) v reconstruer

retreat (place of seclusion) n retiramento

  • (place of seclusion) n retiro
  • n Mil]
  • n Relig]
  • v retirar se
  • ~ , withdrawal n retraite
  • ~ , withdrawal n retraite F]

retrenchment [Fortif] n retirada

retrial n nove processo

retribution n nemesis, punition juste

  • n punition juste, nemesis

retrieve v recuperar

retriever n can reportator

retroact v retroager

  • v retroager -ag-/-act-]

retroaction n retroaction

retroactive adj retroactive

retroactivity n retroactivitate

retrocede (1. to move backwards; 2. as in to retrocede territory) v retroceder -ced-/-cess-]

  • (1. to move backwards; 2. as in to retrocede territory) v retroceder

retrocession n retrocession

retrogradation n retrogradation

retrograde (1. to move backwards, retrogress; 2. Astron]) v retrogradar

  • (reversed in order, movement, direction) adj retrograde
  • (reversed in order, movement, direction) adj retrograde (-trò-)
  • adj retrograde
  • n retrogradation, retrogression
  • n retrogression, retrogradation
  • vi retrogradar, retrograduar
  • vi retrograduar, retrogradar

retrogression [Math/astron] n retrogression

  • n regression

retrogressive adj regressive

retrospect (in ~) phr retrospectivemente

  • n retrospecto

retrospective adj retrospective

return (1. act of going or coming back; 2. requital, recompense) n retorno

  • (1. to give back; 2. to go or come back) v retornar
  • (by - of) adv post per retorno del currero
  • (come back) vi revenir
  • (giving back) n restitution
  • (go back) v retornar
  • (going back) n retorno
  • (in - for) adv in recompensa de
  • (tax) n declaration
  • ~ count, census n censimento
  • n Commer]
  • vt render, restituer, retornar
  • vt restituer, retornar, render
  • vt retornar, render, restituer
  • ~ , come back v revenir
  • ~ , give back v render
  • ~ , yield n rendimento

return-ticket n billet de ir e retorno

reunion (1. action of reuniting, state of being reunited; 2. gathering, meeting assembly) n reunion

  • [Geog] n Reunion
  • n reunion

reunite (bring together again) v reunir

  • v reunir
  • v reunir (se)

revaccinate, vaccinate again v revaccinar

re-vaccination, repeated vaccination n revaccination

revalorize [Fin] v revalorisar

reveal v revelar

revealer n revelator

revealment n revelamento

reveille n diana

revel n festa, festivitate

  • n festivitate, festa

revelation (book of ~) n apocalypse, libro del revelation

  • (book of ~) n libro del revelation, apocalypse
  • n revelation

revel-in v diverter se de

revelry (merriment) n festivitate

  • (unrestrained) n bacchanalia

revendication, reclaim [Law] n revindication

revenge (take ~) v vengiar se, vindicar se

  • (take ~) v vindicar se, vengiar se
  • n vengiantia, vindicantia
  • n vindicantia, vengiantia
  • ~ , avenge v vindicar
  • ~ , vengeance n vengiantia
  • ~ , vengeance n vengiantia (-jàn-)
  • ~ , vengeance n vindicantia

revenue (from investments) n renta

  • (receipts) n receptas
  • ~ cutter n guardacostas

reverberate (1. to rebound; 2. to reflect, re-echo) v reverberar

  • v reverberar
  • ~ , echo, resound v resonar
  • ~ , reflect back v repercuter
  • ~ , reflect back v repercuter -cut-/-cuss-]

reverberation n reverberation

  • ~ , reflection n reverberation
  • ~ , repercussion n repercussion

reverberator, reflector n reverbero

  • ~ , reflector n reverbero (-vér-)

revere v reverar, venerar

  • v reverer
  • v venerar, reverar
  • ~ , venerate v venerar

reverence (deep respect or regard) n reverentia

  • n reverentia, veneration
  • n veneration, reverentia
  • v coler, reverer
  • v reverer, coler
  • ~ , veneration n veneration
  • ~ , worship, honor v coler
  • ~ , worship, honor v coler col-/cult-]

reverend (worthy of reverence) adj reverende

  • adj reverende
  • n reverendo

reverent, reverential adj reverente

  • ~ , reverential adj reverente (ppr of reverer)

reverential adj reverential

  • ~ , reverent adj reverente
  • ~ , reverent adj reverente (ppr of reverer)

reverie, revery n réverie

  • ~ , revery n réverie F]

revers n reverso

reversal (criticise) v recenser

  • (criticism) n recension
  • (examine) v revider
  • n inversion, revista
  • n revista, inversion

reverse (1. opposite, contrary; 2. back, opposite side; 3. adverse change of fortune) n reverso

  • adj invertite
  • n reverso
  • ~ , put hind side foremost v preposterar
  • ~ , reversed adj reverse
  • ~ , turn, turn round v reverter
  • ~ , turn, turn round v reverter -vert-/-vers-]

reversed, reverse adj reverse

reversibility, reversibleness n reversibilitate

reversible (capable of being reversed) adj reversibile

  • adj reversibile

reversibleness, reversibility n reversibilitate

reversing switch [Elec] n inversor

reversion (1. Law]; 2. Biol]) n reversion

revert v retornar, revenir

  • v revenir, retornar

revery, reverie n réverie

  • ~ , reverie n réverie F]

revet v revestir

revetment [Fortif] n camisa

review (1. act of looking over or re-examining something) n revista

  • (as in to review a book) v recenser
  • (as in to review a book) v recenser -cens-/-cens-]
  • (book review) n recension
  • (examination) n examination, examine
  • (examination) n examine, examination
  • (inspect or examine again) v revider
  • (inspect or examine again) v revider -vid-/-vis-/-vist-]
  • (periodical) n review, revista
  • (periodical) n revista, review

reviewer n recensente

  • ~ , critic n recensente

revile v injuriar

revise v revider

reviser n revisor

revision (as in the revision of a book) n revision

  • n revision

revisionist n revisionista

revival (rebirth) n renascentia, resuscitation

  • (rebirth) n resuscitation, renascentia
  • (relig) n reunion pro renovar fervor religiose
  • n Relig]
  • n Theat]
  • ~ , re-birth, renascence (as in revival of learning) n renascentia

revive (recover life) v reviver

  • v Fig]
  • v resuscitar
  • v resuscitar (se)
  • ~ , come to life again v reviviscer
  • ~ , enliven, quicken v reavivar
  • ~ , reanimate v reanimar
  • ~ , vivify v avivar

revivification n revivification

revivify v revivificar

reviving, springing up again, renascent adj renascente

  • ~ , springing up again, renascent adj renascente (ppr of renascer)
  • ~ , vivifying (action of) n avivamento

reviviscence n reviviscentia

reviviscent adj reviviscente

  • adj reviviscente (ppr of reviviscer)

revocability n revocabilitate

revocable adj revocabile

revocatory adj revocatori

revoke v revocar

  • ~ , annulment n revoco
  • ~ , cancel v revocar

revoker n revocator

revolt (disgust) vt repugnar

  • (rebel) v revoltar
  • (rebel) vi revoltar, sublevar se
  • (rebel) vi sublevar se, revoltar
  • (rebellion) n revolta
  • n revolta, sublevation
  • n sublevation, revolta
  • ~ , insurrection n sublevamento

revolting (disgusting) adj disgustose, repugnante

  • (disgusting) adj repugnante, disgustose
  • (rebellious) adj/adv in revolta, revolutionari
  • (rebellious) adj/adv revolutionari, in revolta

revolute [Bot] adj revolute

revolution (1. rotation; 2. Pol]) n revolution

  • n revolution

revolutionary adj revolutionari

  • n revolutionario
  • ~ , revolutionist n revolutionario

revolutionist, revolutionary n revolutionario

revolutionize (1. to overthrow the government of; 2. to change completely) v revolutionar

  • v revolutionar

revolve vi girar, rotar

  • vi rotar, girar
  • vt revolver
  • ~ , rotate, turn v rotar

revolver (pistol with a cylinder) revolver -volv-/-volut-/-volt-] (n revolver A]

  • (pistol with a cylinder) revolver -volv-/-volut-/-volt-] (n revolver
  • n revolver

revolving adj rotante

revue n revista

revulse (divert by revulsion) Med] v reveller

  • (divert by revulsion) Med] v reveller -vell-/-vuls-]

revulsion (disgust) n repugnantia

  • [Med] n revulsion
  • [Med] revulsion

revulsive [Med] adj revulsive

reward n premio, recompensa

  • n recompensa, premio
  • v premiar, recompensar
  • v recompensar, premiar
  • ~ , award a prize to v premiar
  • ~ , prize n premio

rewind (a clock) v remontar

  • (wind back) v rebobinar

rework, retouch, touch up v retoccar

rewrite, write over again v rescriber

  • ~ , write over again v rescriber -scrib-/-script-]

Rhaetia n Rhetia

Rhaetian adj rhetian

  • n rheto

Rhaetic (1. Rhaetian, pertaining to Rhaetia; 2. Geol]) adj rhetic

  • [Geol] n rhetico

Rhaeto-Romanic adj rhetoroman

  • ~ -Romanic n rhetoromano

-rhage, - rhagia (bursting forth) occurring in compounds] n -rhagia (-ìa)

  • ~ -rhage, - rhagia (bursting forth) occurring in compounds] n -rhagia

rhapsode [Gr. Antiq] n rhapsodo

rhapsodic, rhapsodical adj rhapsodic

rhapsodical, rhapsodic adj rhapsodic

rhapsodist (1. Gr. Antiq]; 2. one who makes rhapsodies) n rhapsodista

rhapsody (1. Gr. Antiq]; 2. literary miscellany; 3. Mus]) n rhapsodia

  • (1. Gr. Antiq]; 2. literary miscellany; 3. Mus]) n rhapsodia (-ìa)

Rheims, Reims n Reims

  • ~ , Reims n Reims F]

Rhenish adj rhenan

rheo- (current) occurring in compounds] n rheo-

rheometer [Elec] n rheometro

  • [Elec] n rheometro (-ò-)

rheophore [Elec] n rheophoro

  • [Elec] n rheophoro (-òforo)

rheostat n rheostato

  • n rheostato (-ò-)

rheotome, interrupter [Elec] n rheotomo

  • ~ , interrupter [Elec] n rheotomo (-ò-)

rhetoric n rhetorica

rhetorical adj rhetoric

rhetorically adv rhetoricamente

rhetorician (1. teacher of rhetoric; 2. one who uses rhetorical language) n rhetor

  • (teacher of rhetoric) n rhetorico

rheum, catarrh, cold n rheuma

  • ~ , catarrh, cold n rheuma -ma/-mat-]

rheumatic adj rheumatic

  • n rheumatico

rheumatism [Med] n rheumatismo

  • n rheumatismo

rheumy, catarrhal adj rheumatic

rhinal adj rhinal

rhinalgia [Pathol] n rhinalgia

  • [Pathol] n rhinalgia (-ìa)

Rhine [Geog] n Rheno

  • n Rheno

Rhineland n Rhenania

rhinitis [Pathol] n rhinitis

  • [Pathol] n rhinitis (-ìtis)

rhino-, rhin- (nose) occurring in derivatives and compounds] n rhin-

rhinoceros n rhinocerote

rhinological adj rhinologic

rhinologist n rhinologo

  • n rhinologo (-òlogo)

rhinology n rhinologia

  • n rhinologia (-ìa)

rhinoplastic [Surg] adj rhinoplastic

rhinoplasty [Surg] n rhinoplastia

  • [Surg] n rhinoplastia (-ìa)

rhinorrhea [Pathol] n rhinorrhea

  • [Pathol] n rhinorrhea (-réa)

rhinoscope n rhinoscopio

rhinoscopic adj rhinoscopic

rhinoscopy n rhinoscopia

  • n rhinoscopia (-ìa)

rhiz-, rhizo-, -(r)rhiza (root-) occurring in derivatives and compounds] n rhiz-

rhizophagous adj rhizophage

  • adj rhizophage (-òphage)

rhizopod [Zool] adj rhizopode

  • [Zool] adj rhizopode (-òpode)
  • [Zool] n rhizopodo
  • [Zool] n rhizopodo (-òpodo)

rhod-, rhodo- (rose, rose color) occurring in derivatives and compounds] n rhodo-

Rhode Island n Rhode-Island

  • ~ Island n Rhode-Island A]

Rhodes [Geog] n Rhodos

  • [Geog] n Rhodos (rò-)

Rhodian (native of Rhodes) n rhodio

  • (of Rhodes) adj rhodie

rhodic [Chem] adj rhodic

rhodium [Chem] n rhodium

  • [Chem] n rhodium (rò-)

rhododendron [Bot] n rhododendro

  • n rhododendro

rhodonite [Mineral] n rhodonite

rhombic adj rhombic

rhombohedral adj rhombohedric

rhombohedron n rhombohedro

rhomboid n rhomboido

rhomboidal adj rhomboidal

rhombus [Geom] n rhombo

Rhone (river) n Rhodano

  • (river) n Rhodano (rò-)
  • [Geog] n Rhodano

rhubarb n rheubarbaro

  • n rheubarbaro (-bàrbaro)

rhyme (accord in rhyme) v rimar

  • (turn back) v reverter
  • [Pros] n rima
  • n rima
  • v rimar

rhymer, versifier n rimator

rhyming dictionary n rimario

rhyncho-, -rhynch- (snout) occurring in compounds] n rhyncho-

rhythm n rhythmo

  • n rhythmo inverter le currente electric

rhythmic adj rhythmic

rhythmical adj rhythmic

rhythmics n rhythmica

rib [Anat] n costa

  • n costa

ribbon n banda

rice field n risiera

  • ~ mill n riseria
  • ~ mill n riseria (-ìa)
  • n ris

rich (1. wealthy; 2. abundant; 3. valuable, costly) adj ric

  • (person) n ricco
  • adj ric

Richard n Ricardo

riches n ricchessas

richness (abundance, costliness) n ricchessa

  • n opulentia, ricchessa
  • n ricchessa, opulentia

rick n pila de feno

  • v torquer

rickets n rhachitis

  • ~ , rachitis [Med] n rhachitis
  • ~ , rachitis [Med] n rhachitis (-ìtis)

rickety (liable to collapse) adj fragile, insecur

  • (liable to collapse) adj insecur, fragile
  • [Med] adj rachitic
  • ~ , rachitic [Med] adj rhachitic

rid (get - of) v disembarassar (se) de, disfacer (se), eliminar

  • (get - of) v disembarassar de, disfacer, eliminar
  • (get - of) v disfacer (se), eliminar, disembarassar (se) de
  • (get - of) v disfacer, eliminar, disembarassar de
  • (get - of) v eliminar, disembarassar (se) de, disfacer (se)
  • (get - of) v eliminar, disembarassar de, disfacer
  • adj liberate, quite
  • adj quite, liberate
  • v liberar
  • v liberar (un persona de un cosa)
  • ~ , quit adj quite

riddance n liberation

riddle (perforate) v perforar

  • (perforate) v perforar (con ballas)
  • (puzzle) n enigma
  • (sift) v cribrar, passar per un cribro
  • (sift) v passar per un cribro, cribrar
  • (tool) n cribro

ride (act of riding horseback) n cavalcada

  • (on horse) n cavalcada
  • (on horse) v cavalcar, ir a cavallo
  • (on horse) v ir a cavallo, cavalcar
  • (on horseback) v cavalcar
  • (on vehicle) n viage
  • (on vehicle) vi ir, viagiar
  • (on vehicle) vi viagiar, ir
  • ~ on horseback v equitar
  • vt viagiar per

rider (on bicycle) n cyclista

  • (on horse) n cavallero
  • (on motorbike) n motocyclista

ridge n cresta

ridicule n ridiculo

  • v ludificar, rider se de
  • v rider se de, ludificar
  • ~ , make game of v ludificar

ridiculous adj ridicule

  • ~ thing, characteristic n ridiculo

riding n equitation

rife (be ~) v abundar, esser commun

  • (be ~) v esser commun, abundar
  • adj commun, endemic
  • adj endemic, commun

riff-raff n canalia

rifle (a gun) v cannellar

  • (sack) v sacchear
  • n carabina, fusil
  • n fusil, carabina
  • ~ , gun n fusil
  • ~ , musket n muschetto

rift n fissura

rig (costume) n costume

  • (equip) v equipar
  • (falsify) v falsificar
  • (installation) n installation
  • (oil ~) phr turre marin de sondage petrolifere

rigadoon [Dancing] n rigaudon

  • [Dancing] n rigaudon F]

rigging n cordage, manovras

  • n manovras, cordage
  • ~ , tackle [Naut] n manovra

right (1. conformable to justice, according with duty; 2. not left) adj derecte

  • (1. what is right; 2. as in right to life, liberty) n derecto
  • (all -!) interj va ben!
  • (be ~) v haber ration
  • (correct) adj correcte
  • (direction) adv al dextra
  • (direction) adv al dextra (mano)
  • (exact) adj exacte
  • (fair) adj eque
  • (just) adj juste
  • (not left) adj dextere, dextre
  • (not left) adj dextre, dextere
  • (on the - , to the ~) adv a dextra
  • (straight) adv ben, completemente, exactemente
  • (straight) adv completemente, exactemente, ben
  • (straight) adv exactemente, ben, completemente
  • ~ angle n angulo recte
  • ~ away phr in marcha!
  • ~ away, already, at once adv jam
  • ~ hand n derecta
  • ~ hand n dextera (déx-), dextra (déx-)
  • ~ hand n dextera, dextra
  • ~ hand n dextra
  • ~ hand side n latere dextre
  • n derecto, jure
  • n jure, derecto
  • v rectificar
  • ~ , law (as in divine right or law) n jure

right-angled, rectangular adj rectangule

righteousness n justitia, virtute, rectitude

  • n rectitude, justitia, virtute
  • n virtute, rectitude, justitia

rightful adj legitime

righthanded (using the right hand more easily and readily than the left) adj dexteromane, dextromane

  • ~ -handed n dexteromane, dextromane

rightly adv con ration

rightness n justessa, rectitude

  • n rectitude, justessa

right-of-way phr derecto de passage righteous juste, virtuose

  • ~ -of-way phr virtuose, derecto de passage righteous juste

right-wing adj Pol]

rigid adj rigide

  • ~ , stiff adj rigide

rigidity n rigiditate

  • ~ , stiffness n rigiditate

rigor (1. rigidity, stiffness; 2. strictness, harshness; 3. Med/Physiol]) n rigor

  • ~ , rigour n rigor

rigorism n rigorismo

rigorist n rigorista

rigorous adj rigorose

rile v exasperar, irritar

  • v irritar, exasperar

riled up adj escitate, exasperate, irritate

  • ~ up adj exasperate, irritate, escitate
  • ~ up adj irritate, escitate, exasperate

rim n bordo, orlo

  • n orlo, bordo
  • ~ , border, brink, edge, brim n orlo

rime (form hoarfrost) v pruinar

rind n crusta, pelle

  • n pelle, crusta

ring (boxing) n ring

  • (circle of metal or other material) n anello
  • (circle of metal or other material) n anulo
  • (circle) n circulo, rondo
  • (circle) n rondo, circulo
  • (for finger) n annello, anulo
  • (for finger) n anulo, annello
  • (resound) v resonar
  • (sound) n sono
  • (sound) v sonar
  • (sport) n arena
  • n Commer]

ringleader n chef, instigator, corypheo

  • n corypheo, chef, instigator
  • n instigator, corypheo, chef

ringlet n bucla

ring-off v reponer le apparato, terminar communication

  • ~ -off v terminar communication, reponer le apparato

ring-road n strata circular, strata perimetral

  • ~ -road n strata perimetral, strata circular

ring-shaped, annular adj anular

ringside adj del prime rango

  • n prime rango

ring-up v telephonar

ringworm, athlete's foot, tinea [Pathol] n tinea

  • ~ , infected with tinea adj tineose

rink n pista de patinage

rinse v clarar, reaquar

  • v reaquar, clarar

Rio-Muni [Geog] n Rio Muni

  • ~ -Muni [Geog] n Rio Muni (Equatorial Guinea)

riot n tumulto

  • v tumultuar

rioter n tumultuoso

riotous adj tumultuose

  • ~ , bacchic adj bacchic

rip n fissura, laceration

  • n laceration, fissura
  • v lacerar

riparian adj ripari

ripe adj matur

ripen (1. to bring to a head) Med] v maturar

  • v maturar

ripeness n maturitate

  • ~ , maturity n maturitate

ripple (of sound) n susurro

  • (of water) n parve unda
  • v undear

rise (ascent) n ascension, elevation

  • (ascent) n elevation, ascension
  • (give - to) v dar loco a
  • (in price) v augmentar
  • (in prices) n augmento
  • (in revolt) v insurger
  • (in revolt) v insurger -surg-/-surrect-]
  • (in revolt) v insurger, sublevar se
  • (in revolt) v sublevar se, insurger
  • (of sun) v levar
  • (of sun) v levar se
  • ~ again (from the dead) v resurger
  • ~ again (from the dead) v resurger -surg-/-surrect-]
  • ~ again, resurge v resurger
  • ~ again, resurge v resurger -surg-/-surrect-]
  • v elevar se, levar se, surger
  • v levar se, surger, elevar se
  • v surger, elevar se, levar se
  • ~ , arise v surger
  • ~ , arise v surger surg-/surrect-]

risibility n risibilitate

risible (1. capable of laughter; 2. laughable) adj risibile

rising early adj matinal

  • ~ early adj matutinal
  • ~ of water (flood, freshet, spate) n crescita

risk n hasardo, risco

  • n risco, hasardo
  • v hasardar, riscar
  • v riscar, hasardar
  • ~ , hazard v hasardar
  • ~ , hazard, peril n risco
  • ~ , run the risk of v riscar
  • ~ , venture v aventurar

risky adj hasardose, riscose

  • adj riscose
  • adj riscose, hasardose
  • ~ , hazardous adj hasardate
  • ~ , hazardous adj hasardate (pp of hasardar)
  • ~ , hazardous adj hasardose

rissole n bolletta, croquette

  • n bolletta, croquette (de carne)
  • n croquette (de carne), bolletta
  • n croquette, bolletta

rite n rito

ritual adj/n ritual

  • ~ ritual adj ritual

ritualism n ritualismo

ritualist n ritualista

ritually adv ritualmente

rival (be a rival) v rivalisar

  • adj concurrente, rival
  • adj rival, concurrente
  • n concurrente, emulo, rival
  • n emulo, rival, concurrente
  • n rival, concurrente, emulo
  • v rivalisar
  • ~ , competing adj rival
  • ~ , competitor n concurrente
  • ~ , competitor n rival

rivalry n emulation, rivalitate

  • n rivalitate
  • n rivalitate, emulation
  • ~ , competition n concurrentia

rivalship n rivalitate

river (down ~) adv a valle

  • (large, flowing to the sea) n fluvio
  • (small) n riviera, rivo
  • (small) n rivo, riviera
  • (up ~) adv a monte
  • n fluvio
  • n riviera

riverbank n margine

riverside n bordo del riviera/fluvio

rivet (attention) v fixar

  • (insert rivets) v rivetar
  • n rivete
  • v rivetar

riveter n rivetator

riveting (action of) n rivetage

  • (action of) n rivetage (-aje)

road (route) n itinere

  • (street, etc) n cammino, strata, via
  • (street, etc) n strata, via, cammino
  • (street, etc) n via, cammino, strata
  • ~ sledge, drag, dray n slitta
  • ~ sledge, drag, dray n traha
  • ~ , highway, street (paved) n strata
  • ~ , route n itinere
  • ~ , way n cammino

roadblock n bloco stratal

roadmap n mappa de stratas

roadside n bordo del cammino

roadsign n indicator

roadway n parte vehicular del cammino

roadworthy adj capace a functionar

roam (stray) v errar

  • (travel) v currer
  • (travel) v currer (le mundo;le stratas)
  • ~ , wander v errar

roar (of bull) v mugir

  • n fremito, rugito
  • n rugito, fremito
  • v Gen]
  • v rugir
  • ~ , murmur v fremer
  • ~ , roaring, murmur n fremito
  • ~ , roaring, murmur n fremito (fré-)

roaring (act of) n rugito

  • ~ , murmur, roar n fremito
  • ~ , murmur, roar n fremito (fré-)

roast (as in to roast coffee) v tostar

  • (coffee) v tostar
  • (meat) v rostir
  • (meat) v rostir (se)
  • adj rostite
  • ~ beef n roast beef
  • ~ beef n roast beef A]
  • ~ , broil, grill [Cookery] v rostir

roast-beef n roast beef, rostito de bove

  • ~ -beef n rostito de bove, roast beef

roaster (one who or that which roasts) n tostator

roasting, broiling, grilling [Cookery] n rostimento

rob v robar

  • ~ , depredate, plunder v predar
  • ~ , steal v robar

robber n robator

robbery n furto, robamento

  • n robamento
  • n robamento, furto

robe (dress) n roba, sortita

  • (dress) n sortita, roba
  • (legal) n toga
  • v vestir
  • v vestir (se)
  • ~ , gown (of office) n toga
  • ~ , wrap [Clothing] n sortita

robin (bird) n pectore-rubie

  • (redbreast) n pectorerubie

robot n robot

  • n robot Cz]

robust adj robuste

  • adj robuste, valide
  • adj valide, robuste

robustness n robustessa

  • ~ , vigor n validitate

rock (in a cradle) v cunar

  • (in cradle) v cunar
  • (large mass of stone) n rocca
  • (move) v balanciar
  • n petra, rocca, saxo
  • n rocca, saxo, petra
  • n saxo, petra, rocca
  • vi balanciar se, vacillar
  • vi vacillar, balanciar se
  • ~ , stone n saxo

rock-and-roll n le rock, rock-&-roll

  • ~ -and-roll n rock-&-roll, le rock

rock-bottom (hit ~) v descender al puncto plus base

  • ~ -bottom adj/adv/n puncto plus basse

rock-climber n scalator de roccas

rock-climbing n scalada de roccas

rocket (as in signal rocket) n rocchetta

  • n rocchetta

rock-garden n jardin alpin

rocking-chair n sede a bascula

rocky (as in a rocky shore) adj roccose

  • adj roccose
  • ~ Mountains [Geog] n Montaneas Roccose
  • ~ , stony (abounding in stones) adj saxose

rococo n rococo

  • n rococo (-cò-)

rocuperator n recuperator

rod (connecting ~) n biella

  • (fishing ~) n canna de piscar
  • (straight, slender stick) n virga
  • n verga, virga
  • n virga, verga

rodent adj rodente

  • adj rodente (ppr of roder)
  • n roditor

rodent-deer n capreolo

rodomontade n rodomontada

Rodrigues (Island in the Indian Ocean) n Rodrigues

  • [Geog] n Rodrigues

roentgen (international unit of quantity of x-rays) Phys] n röntgen

roentgenogram n röntgenogramma

roentgenologist n röntgenologista

roentgenology n röntgenologia

  • n röntgenologia (-ìa)

rogation [Rom. Law] n rogation

rogatory [Law] adj rogatori

roger (register, I read you) interj roger

  • v commun

rogue n picaro

role n rolo

roll (1. as in to roll a ball along the ground; 2. to be rolling; 3. Naut] (sway from one side to the other) v rolar

  • (1. something rolled up; 2. cylindrical mass; 3. record, list of names) n rolo
  • (continued motion from side to side) Naut] n rolamento
  • (list) n matricula, rolo
  • (list) n rolo, matricula
  • (of bread) n panetto
  • (of ship) n rolamento
  • (something rolled up) n rolo
  • ~ up, coil, roll v inrolar
  • vi rolar
  • vt rolar, volver
  • vt volver, rolar
  • ~ , register, list (of members) n matricula
  • ~ , roll up, coil v inrolar
  • ~ , turn round v volver
  • ~ , turn round v volver volv-/volut-/volt-]

rollcall n appello nominal

roller n rolo

roller-bearing (road ~) n rolo compressor

  • ~ -bearing n cossinetto de rolos

roller-skate n patin de rotas

rolling (act of) n rolamento

  • (of country) adj undulose
  • (turning) adj rolante
  • ~ mill, flatting mill n laminatorio
  • n rolamento
  • ~ , wavy, undulous adj undulose

rolling-mill n laminatorio

rolling-pin n rolo

rolling-stock n material rolante

roll-over v volver

  • ~ -over v volver se al altere latere, volver
  • ~ -over v volver, volver se al altere latere

roll-up v inrolar

  • ~ -up v inrolar (se)

Romagna (former province of Italy) n Romagna

  • (former province of Italy) n Romagna I]

Romagnol adj romagnol

  • adj romagnol (-nyòl)
  • n romagnolo
  • n romagnolo (-nyòlo)

Romaic adj romaic

  • adj romaic (-àic)
  • n romaico
  • n romaico (-àico)

Roman (inhabitant of Rome) n romano

  • adj roman
  • adj roman
  • ~ Empire n Imperio Roman
  • n romano
  • ~ realm, realm of Latin (language and culture) n Romania

roman-catholic adj catholic

  • ~ -catholic n catholico

romance (love affair) n amor

  • (romantic novel) n romance sentimental
  • [Lit/Mus] n romance
  • [Philol] n romance
  • adj neolatin, romance
  • adj romance, neolatin
  • n philol/lit/mus
  • v exaggerar

romancer n romancero

romancero (a collection of ballads) n romancero

  • (a collection of ballads) n romancero H]

Romanesque [Arch] adj romanic

Romania [Geog] n Romania

  • ~ , Rumania n Romania

romanian adj romanian

  • n romaniano
  • ~ , Rumanian adj romanian
  • ~ , Rumanian n romaniano

Romanic adj romanic

Romanism n romanismo

Romanist (1. one versed in Roman law; 2. student of Romance languages or philology) n romanista

Romanize v romanisar

Romansch, Romansh n romancio

Romansh, Romansch n romancio

romantic (of the nature of a romance or novel) adj romancesc

  • adj romancesc, romantic
  • adj romantic
  • adj romantic, romancesc
  • n romantico

romanticism n romanticismo

romanticize v render romantic

Romany (Gypsy, the gypsy tongue) n egyptiano

  • (Gypsy, the gypsy tongue) n egyptio

Rome [Geog] n Roma

  • n Roma

romp n joco turbulente

  • v jocar con turbulentia

rompers n supertoto de baby

romp-home v succeder facilemente

Romulus n Romulo

rondeau (1. Pros ]; 2. Mus]) n rondeau

  • (1. Pros ]; 2. Mus]) n rondeau F]

Ronsdorfer, Zionite [Eccl. Hist] n sionita

roof n tecto

  • v coperir de un tecto

rook (bird) n grande corvo

  • (chess) n roc, turre
  • (chess) n turre, roc
  • ~ , castle [Chess] n roc
  • ~ , castle [Chess] n turre

room (dining ~) n camera a mangiar

  • (double ~) n camera a duo personas
  • (in house) n camera
  • (large, public) n sala
  • (make - for) v facer placia a
  • (single ~) n camera a un persona
  • (sitting ~) n salon
  • (space) n placia, spatio
  • (space) n spatio, placia
  • (waiting ~) n sala de attender

room-mate n companion de camera

roomy adj ample, spatiose

  • adj spatiose, ample

roost n percha

  • v dormir al percha

rooster n gallo

  • ~ , cock n gallo

root (1. as in root of a plant; 2. source, origin; 3. Philol]) n radice

  • (1. as in root of a plant; 2. source, origin; 3. Philol]) n radice (-ìce)
  • (cube ~) n radice cubic
  • (of plant, source) n radice
  • (square ~) n radice quadrate
  • (take ~) v radicar
  • n math/philol
  • ~ up, uproot v displantar

rootlet, radicel [Bot] n radicella

root-out v eradicar, extirpar

  • ~ -out v extirpar, eradicar

root-stock n rhizoma

rope n corda, fun

  • n fun
  • n fun, corda
  • v ligar con cordas
  • ~ , cord n corda

rope-ladder n scala de corda

ropemaker n funero

rope-off v reservar con cordas

rosaceous [Bot] adj rosacee

rosaniline [Chem] n roseina

  • [Chem] n roseina (-ì-)

rosary [Eccl] n rosario

  • n rosario

rose (1. pink, rosy; 2. as in rose vinegar) adj rosate

  • (1. rose flower) n rosa
  • adj rosate, rosee
  • adj rosee, rosate
  • n rosa
  • ~ rash, roseola [Pathol] n roseola
  • ~ rash, roseola [Pathol] n roseola (-sé-)
  • ~ , give a roseate tint to v rosar
  • ~ , rosebush n rosario
  • ~ , rose-colored adj rosee

rose-bud n button de rosa

rose-bush n rosario

  • ~ , rose n rosario

rose-colored, rose adj rosee

rosemary n rosmarino

roseola, rose rash [Pathol] n roseola

  • ~ , rose rash [Pathol] n roseola (-sé-)

rosette n rosetta

rostral, pertaining to a rostrum adj rostral

rostrate (having a rostrum) adj rostrate

rostrum (curved end of a ship's prow) Rom. Antiq] n rostro

  • n rostro, tribuna
  • n tribuna, rostro
  • ~ , platform, tribune n tribuna
  • ~ , pulpit n cathedra
  • ~ , pulpit n cathedra (càt-)

rosy adj incarnatin, rosate

  • adj rosate, incarnatin
  • ~ , incarnadine, flesh-pink adj incarnatin

rot (of teeth) v cariar

  • (of teeth) v cariar (se)
  • n decomposition
  • v corrumper (se), decomponer (se), putrer (se)
  • v corrumper, decomponer, putrer
  • v decomponer (se), putrer (se), corrumper (se)
  • v decomponer, putrer, corrumper
  • v putrer
  • v putrer (se), corrumper (se), decomponer (se)
  • v putrer, corrumper, decomponer
  • v putrescer
  • ~ , affect with caries [Med] v cariar
  • ~ , cause to decay v corrumper
  • ~ , cause to decay v corrumper -rump-/-rupt-]

rota (roster) n lista de servicios

  • [Geog] n Rota
  • [R.C.Ch] n rota

rotalia [Zool] n rotalia

Rotarian adj rotarian

  • n rotariano

rotary adj rotative

  • n Rotary
  • n Rotary A]
  • ~ , rotatory adj rotatori
  • ~ , rotatory, rotative adj rotative

rotate v girar, rotar

  • v rotar, girar
  • ~ , gyrate v girar
  • ~ , turn, revolve v rotar

rotation (act of rotating, turning, revolving) n rotation

  • n rotation
  • ~ , gyration n giration

rotative, rotary, rotatory adj rotative

rotator (1. that which rotates; 2. Anat]) n rotator

rotatory, rotary adj rotatori

  • ~ , rotative, rotary adj rotative

rote (by ~) adv de memoria

rotifer (one of the Rotifera) Zool] n rotifero

  • (one of the Rotifera) Zool] n rotifero (-tì-)

rotisserie, grillroom n rotisserie

  • ~ , grillroom n rotisserie F]

rotogravure n rotogravure

rotor [Mach] n rotor

  • [Mach] n rotor A]

rotten (of teeth) adj cariate

  • [Gen] corrupte, putride
  • [Gen] putride, corrupte
  • ~ , decayed, tainted, infeeted adj corrupte

rotund adj rotunde

  • ~ , round adj rotunde

rotunda [Arch] n rotunda

rotundity, roundness n rotunditate

rouble n rubble

rouge n fardo, rouge

  • n rouge, fardo
  • ~ , paint n rouge
  • ~ , paint n rouge F]
  • ~ , paint, make-up [Cosmetics] n fardo

rough (approximate) adj approximate

  • (crude) adj rude, rustic
  • (crude) adj rustic, rude
  • (not smooth) adj aspere
  • (of sea) adj grosse, turbulente
  • (of sea) adj turbulente, grosse
  • ~ , harsh adj aspere
  • ~ , harsh adj aspere (à-)

roughage n alimentos inassimilabile

rough-and-ready adj hastive, improvisate

  • ~ -and-ready adj improvisate, hastive

roughen v asperar

  • ~ , make rough v asperar

roughness n asperitate

  • ~ , harshness, asperity n asperitate

roughshod (- ride) phr tractar un persona sin consideration

roulette (game of) n roulette

  • (game of) n roulette F]
  • n roulette

round (... around) adv circum-...

  • (1. spherical or globular body; 2. circle, ring) n rondo
  • (1. spherical, globular; 2. circular) adj ronde
  • (ammunition) n tiro
  • (boxing) n round
  • (go round) v contornar
  • (golf) n partita
  • (make round) v arrotundar, rotundar
  • (make round) v rotundar, arrotundar
  • (of inspection) n circuito, ronda
  • (of inspection) n ronda, circuito
  • (round object) n rotundo
  • (salvo) n salva
  • (series) n serie
  • (sphere, circle) n rondo, rotundo
  • (sphere, circle) n rotundo, rondo
  • adj circular, ronde, rotunde
  • adj ronde, rotunde, circular
  • adj rotunde, circular, ronde
  • v contornar
  • ~ , make round v arrotundar
  • ~ , make round v rotundar
  • ~ , rotund adj rotunde
  • ~ , rounds [Mil] n ronda
  • ~ , spherical, circular adj orbicular

roundabout (traffic) n cruciata giratori

  • adv approximativemente, circa
  • adv circa, approximativemente
  • n carosello
  • ~ way, detour n deviation

roundabout-route n via indirecte

roundness n rotunditate

  • ~ , rotundity n rotunditate

round-off (- up) v assemblar

  • ~ -off (make round) v arrotundar
  • ~ -off (perfect) v perfectionar

rounds, round [Mil] n ronda

roundsman n livrator

rouse (excite) v activar, excitar

  • (excite) v excitar, activar
  • (from sleep) v eveliar

rousing adj emotionante, excitante

  • adj excitante, emotionante

rout [Mil] n deroute

  • [Mil] n deroute F]
  • [Mil] v deroutar
  • n deroute
  • v deroutar

route (public transport) n linea

  • (way taken in getting from starting point to destination) n route
  • (way taken in getting from starting point to destination) n route F]
  • [Gen] itinerario, route
  • [Gen] route, itinerario
  • ~ , road n itinere

routinary, routine adj routinari

routine adj routinari

  • n routine
  • n routine F]
  • ~ , routinary adj routinari

routineer n routinero

rove v errar, vagar, vagabundar

  • v vagabundar, errar, vagar
  • v vagar, vagabundar, errar

rover (sea ~) n pirata

  • n vagabundo

row (a boat) vt remar

  • (be rowing) v remar
  • (dispute) n altercation
  • (dispute) vi altercar
  • (eye) n supercilio
  • (line) n rango

rowdy adj ruitose

  • n persona turbulente

rower n remator

rowing n canotage, remage

  • n remage, canotage

rowing-boat n barca remate

rowlock n fulcro, pivot

  • n fulcro, pivot (de un remo)
  • n pivot (de un remo), fulcro
  • n pivot, fulcro

royal adj regal, royal

  • adj royal
  • adj royal, regal
  • ~ regal, regal adj regal

royalism n royalismo

royalist adj/n royalista

  • n royalista

royally adv royalmente

royalties n derectos de autor

royalty (regality) n regalitate

  • (royal people) n ?

rub v fricar

  • v fricar fric-/frict-]
  • v fricar, frictionar
  • v frictionar, fricar
  • ~ , friction v frictionar

rubber (eraser) n gumma

  • (the material) n cauchu, gumma
  • (the material) n cauchu, gumma (elastic)
  • (the material) n gumma (elastic), cauchu
  • (the material) n gumma, cauchu
  • ~ tree n gummiero

rubber-band n elastico

rubber-dinghy n rate pneumatic

rubbing, friction n fricamento

rubbish (garbage) n immunditias

  • (nonsense) n nonsenso
  • (worthless articles) n cosalia

rubble n fragmentos de petra o de briccas

rubefacient [Med] adj rubefaciente

rubefaction [Med] n rubefaction

rubescent adj rubescente

  • adj rubescente (ppr of rubescer)

rubiaceous adj rubiacee

rubicund, ruddy adj rubicunde

rubidium [Chem] n rubidium

  • [Chem] n rubidium (-bì-)

ruble [Monet] n rublo

  • n rublo

rub-out v rader

  • ~ -out v rader (con le gumma)

rubric [Eccl/Law] n rubrica

  • [Eccl/Law] n rubrica (-ìca)

rubricator n rubricator

rubrician, rubricist n rubricista

rubricist, rubrician n rubricista

ruby (Oriental) n rubino

  • adj color de rubino
  • n rubino

rucksack n rucksack, sacco de dorso

  • n sacco de dorso, rucksack

rudder [Naut/Aviation] n governaculo

  • n governaculo, timon
  • n timon, governaculo

ruddle, red ocher n rubrica

  • ~ , red ocher n rubrica (-ìca)

ruddy adj rubicunde

  • ~ , rubicund adj rubicunde

rude (1. roughly made or done, without finish or polish; 2. impolite, not courteous) adj rude

  • (coarse) adj grossier
  • (ill-mannered) adj brusc, impolite
  • (ill-mannered) adj impolite, brusc
  • (rough impolite) adj rude
  • ~ , churlish adj malgratiose
  • ~ , impolite adj impolite

rudeness (bad manners) n discortesia, impolitessa

  • (bad manners) n impolitessa, discortesia
  • (coarseness) n grosseria
  • ~ , coarseness n grosseria
  • ~ , coarseness n grosseria (-ìa)

rudiment n rudimento

rudimentary adj rudimentari

rueful adj melancholic, triste

  • adj triste, melancholic

ruff (Machetes pugnax) Ornith] n combattente

ruffian n bruto, scelerato

  • n scelerato, bruto

ruffle (fold) v arrugar, plicar

  • (fold) v plicar, arrugar
  • n volante
  • v agitar, perturbar
  • v perturbar, agitar
  • ~ , frill n volante

rug n tapete

  • ~ , carpet, tapestry n tapete
  • ~ , carpet, tapestry n tapis
  • ~ , carpet, tapestry n tapis F]

rugby (sport) n rugby

rugged (rough) adj irregular, rude

  • (rough) adj rude, irregular
  • (tough) adj dur, forte, robuste
  • (tough) adj forte, robuste, dur
  • (tough) adj robuste, dur, forte

ruggedness n asperitate

rugose, wrinkled adj rugose

rugosity n rugositate

ruin (1. downfall, decay; 2. building in ruins) n ruina

  • (1. downfall, decay; 2. building in ruins) n ruina (-ìna)
  • n perdition
  • n ruina
  • v perder, ruinar
  • v ruinar
  • v ruinar, perder
  • ~ , destruction n eversion
  • ~ , destruction n pernicie
  • ~ , ruining (act of) n ruinamento
  • ~ , undo v perder

ruining, ruin (act of) n ruinamento

ruinous adj ruinose

rule (- a line) v traciar

  • (1. regulation; 2. as in slide rule) n regula
  • (1. regulation; 2. as in slide rule) n regula (ré-)
  • (as a ~) phr in principio
  • (govern) v governar, reger
  • (govern) v reger, governar
  • (government) n governamento
  • (mark with parallel straight lines drawn with a ruler) v regular
  • (paper) n regular
  • (regulation ruler) n regula
  • ~ over, govern v imperar
  • ~ , direct (as or like a regent) v regentar

rule-out v eliminar

ruler (for drawing) n regula

  • (person) n governator, soverano
  • (person) n soverano, governator
  • ~ , rector, director, chief n rector

ruling adj dirigente

  • n decision

rum (side-) Mus] n cassa

  • n rum
  • n rum A]

Rumania [Geog] n Romania

  • ~ , Romania n Romania

Rumanian n romanian

  • ~ , Romanian adj romanian
  • ~ , Romanian n romaniano

rumble n ruito surde, strepito

  • n strepito, ruito surde
  • v facer ruito surde, streper
  • v streper, facer ruito surde
  • ~ , din, rattle v streper

rumen (first stomach of ruminants) n rumine

ruminant (one of the Ruminantia) n ruminante

ruminate v ruminar

rumination n rumination

rummage v perquirer

  • v perquirer (revolvente le cosas)

rumor v rumorar

  • ~ , public report n fama
  • ~ , report n ruito
  • ~ , report n ruito (-ìto)
  • ~ , report n rumor
  • ~ , rumour n ruito, rumor
  • ~ , rumour n rumor, ruito
  • ~ , rumour v rumorar

rumored, much talked of adj rumorose

rump (of horse) n cruppa

  • (posterior) n culo

rump-steak n rumpsteak

run (action of running) n cursa, curso

  • (action of running) n curso, cursa
  • (distance covered) n percurso
  • (in the long ~) phr al longe
  • (move fast) vi currer
  • (move swiftly) v currer
  • (move swiftly) v currer curr-/curs-]
  • (of dye) v diffunder se, distinger se
  • (of dye) v distinger se, diffunder se
  • (of river) v fluer
  • (print) n tirage
  • (travel) v ir, passar
  • (travel) v passar, ir
  • (work) v functionar
  • ~ again v recurrer
  • ~ again v recurrer -curr-/-curs-]
  • ~ aground, strand v arenar
  • ~ aground, strand v insablar
  • ~ counter to, thwart, oppose v contrariar
  • ~ into v incurrer
  • ~ into v incurrer -curr-/curs-]
  • ~ or travel through v percurrer
  • ~ or travel through v percurrer -curr-/-curs-]
  • ~ the risk of, risk v riscar
  • ~ together and meet v concurrer
  • ~ together and meet v concurrer -curr-/-curs-]
  • v diriger
  • ~ , running (action of running) n curso
  • ~ , running (action of) n cursa

runaway adj fugitive

  • n fugitivo
  • ~ -away v escappar, fugir
  • ~ -away v fugir, escappar

run-down (go down fast) v descender currente

  • ~ -down (mock) v denigrar
  • ~ -down (of battery) adj discargate
  • ~ -down (weakened) adj debilitate

rune n runa

rung n grado, scalon

  • n scalon, grado
  • ~ , step n scalon
  • ~ , step, stair n grado

runic adj runic

run-in (a car) v probar le traduction

  • ~ -in (enter fast) v entrar currente

run-into v collider contra

runner (of a sledge) n patin

  • (one who runs) n cursor

runner-bean n phaseolo

runner-up adj/n secundo

runnin, rung (action of) n cursa

running (direction) n direction

  • (in succession) adj consecutive
  • (of water) adj currente
  • (working) n functionamento
  • ~ aground, silting, stranding (act of) n insablamento
  • ~ together, meeting (action of) n concurrentia
  • ~ , flowing adj currente
  • ~ , run (action of running) n curso

run-on v continuar

run-out (expire) v expirar, perimer

  • ~ -out (expire) v perimer, expirar
  • ~ -out (leave fast) v exir currente

run-out-of v exhaurir

run-over (knock down) v abatter

  • ~ -over (overflow) v disbordar

run-up (climb running) v montar currente

  • ~ -up (come running) v accurrer
  • ~ -up (debts) v lassar accumular

run-up-against v incontrar

runway n pista de atterrage

rupee n rupia

rupture (breaking) n rumpimento, ruptura

  • (breaking) n ruptura, rumpimento
  • [Med] n ruptura
  • v rumper
  • v rumper (se)
  • ~ , breaking n rumpimento
  • ~ , breaking n ruptura

rural adj agreste, rural

  • adj rural
  • adj rural, agreste
  • ~ , rustic adj campestre

ruralize (make rural) v ruralisar

rurally adv ruralmente

ruse n stratagema

rush (assault) vt assaltar

  • (hurry) n cursa precipitate, haste, impeto
  • (hurry) n haste, impeto, cursa precipitate
  • (hurry) n impeto, cursa precipitate, haste
  • (hurry) v pulsar
  • (send) v expedir con urgentia
  • [Bot] n junco, scirpo
  • [Bot] n scirpo, junco
  • ~ up, come running v accurrer
  • vi precipitar se

rush-hour n hora de affluentia, hora de puncta

  • ~ -hour n hora de puncta, hora de affluentia

rusk n biscuit dur

russet n color de ferrugine

Russia (White ~) n Bielorussia

  • [Geog] n Russia
  • n Russia

Russian (1. native of Russia; 2. Russian language) n russo

  • adj russe
  • adj russe
  • n russo

Russify v russificar

Russophile adj russophile

  • n russophilo
  • n russophilo (-sò-)

rust (1. iron oxide; 2. Agr]) n ferrugine

  • (-proof metal) n. phr metallo inoxydabile
  • n ferrugine
  • v oxydar
  • v oxydar (se)

rustic (1. pertaining to the country; 2. rough, unrefined) adj rustic

  • (1. rural; 2. awkward, uncouth) adj agreste
  • adj rustic
  • ~ , countryman n rustico
  • ~ , countryman n rustico (rùs-)
  • ~ , rural adj campestre
  • ~ , villager n villano

rusticate (1. to reside in the country; 2. Masonry]) v rusticar

rustication (1. living in the country; 2. Masonry]) n rustication

rusticity n rusticitate

rustle (make noise) vi susurrar

  • (steal) vt furar, robar
  • (steal) vt robar, furar
  • n susurro
  • ~ , murmur, buzz, hum n susurro

rustless adj inoxydabile

rustling, susurrant, whispering, murmuring adj susurrante

rustproof adj inoxydabile

rusty adj ferruginose

rut (be in a ~) v esser routinero

  • n cannellatura, sulco
  • n sulco, cannellatura

Ruth n Ruth

Ruthenia n Ruthenia

Ruthenian adj ruthen

  • adj ruthenic
  • n rutheno

ruthenic [Chem] adj ruthenic

ruthenium [Chem] n ruthenium

  • [Chem] n ruthenium (-té-)

ruthless adj impietose, implacabile

  • adj implacabile, impietose

ruthlessness adj implacabilitate

rutilant, golden red adj rutile

rutile [Mineral] n rutilo

  • [Mineral] n rutilo (rù)

Rwanda [Geog] n Rwanda

rye [Bot] n secale

  • n secale

rye-bread n pan de secale

rye-grass n lolio perenne.

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