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s (letter ~) n littera s (es)

  • ~ O S [Naut] n S O S
  • ~ O S [Naut] n S O S A]

Saba [Geog] n Saba

Sabbatarian n sabbatario

  • ~ , Sabbatic, Sabbatical adj sabbatic

Sabbatarianism n sabbatarismo

sabbath n sabbato

  • n sabbato

Sabbatic, Sabbatical, Sabbatarian adj sabbatic

saber, sabre n sabla

  • ~ , slash v sablar

Sabine adj sabin

  • n sabino

sable n zibellina

sabotage n sabotage

  • n sabotage (-aje)
  • v sabotar

saboteur n sabotator

  • n saboteur
  • n saboteur F]

sabre n sabla

  • ~ , saber n sabla

sac [Anat/Bot/Zool] n sacco

saccharate [Chem] n saccharato

saccharic adj saccharose

sacchariferous adj saccharifere

saccharification n saccharification

saccharify v saccharificar

saccharin [Chem] n saccharina

  • n saccharina

saccharine adj saccharin

saccharoid adj saccharoide

saccharometer n saccharometro

  • n saccharometro (-òmetro)

saccharose [Chem] n saccharosa

sacerdocy, priesthood n sacerdotio

sacerdotal adj sacerdotal

sachet n sacchetto

sack (bag plunder) n sacco

  • (dismiss) v destituer, dimitter
  • (dismiss) v dimitter, destituer
  • (get the ~) v esser dimittite
  • (plunder) v mitter a sacco
  • (put in ~) v insaccar
  • (sacking, plundering) n sacco
  • ~ , bag (put in a bag or sack) v insaccar
  • ~ , bag n sacco
  • ~ , pillage v sacchear

sackful, bagful n saccata

sacking, pillage n saccheamento

  • ~ , pillage n saccheo
  • ~ , pillage n saccheo (-éo)

sacrament [Eccl] n sacramento

  • n sacramento

sacramental adj sacramental

Sacramentary [R.C.Ch] n sacramentario

sacred adj sacrate, sacre

  • adj sacre, sacrate
  • ~ rite n sacro
  • ~ , holy adj sacrate
  • ~ , holy adj sacrate (pp of sacrar)
  • ~ , holy adj sacre

sacredness, holiness, sanctity n sanctitate

sacrificc (1. as in sacrifice to the gods; 2. as in sacrifice of one's life) n sacrificio

sacrifice n sacrificio

  • v sacrificar

sacrificer n sacrificator

sacrilege n sacrilegio

sacrilegious adj sacrilege

  • adj sacrilege (-ì-)

sacristan, sexton n sacrista

  • ~ , sexton n sacristano

sacristy, vestry n sacristia

  • ~ , vestry n sacristia (-ìa)

sacrosanct adj sacrosancte

sad adj triste

sadden v attristar, contristar

  • v contristar, attristar
  • ~ , make sad v attristar
  • ~ , make sad v contristar

saddle (put a saddle upon) v sellar

  • (put saddle upon) v insellar
  • n sella
  • v insellar, sellar
  • v sellar, insellar

saddle-backed, swaybacked adj insellate

  • ~ -backed, swaybacked adj insellate (pp of insellar)

saddlebow n arcion

saddler n sellero

saddlery n selleria

  • n selleria (-ìa)

saddle-with v cargar de

sadism n sadismo

sadist n sadista

sadistic adj sadista

sadness n tristessa

  • n tristitia

sadomasochism n sadomasochismo

sadomasochist n sadomasochista

sadomasochistic adj sadomasochista

safari n safari

safe (unhurt) adj salve

  • adj salve, secur
  • adj secur, salve
  • n cassa forte
  • ~ , secure adj secur

safe-and-sound phr san e salve

safe-conduct n salveconducto

safeguard n salveguarda

  • ~ safe-conduct n salveguarda
  • v salveguardar
  • ~ , care for, keep in one's custody v custodiar
  • ~ , keep safe v salveguardar

safekeeping n bon guarda, custodia

  • n custodia, bon guarda
  • ~ , protection n salveguarda

safely adv in securitate, sin accidente

  • adv sin accidente, in securitate

safety n securitate

safety-belt n cinctura de securitate

safety-catch n button de securitate

safety-pin n spinula de securitate

safety-valve n valvula de securitate

saffron (yellowing spice from a crocus flower) n safran

sag v ceder, flecter se

  • v ceder, flecter se (sub le peso)
  • v flecter se (sub le peso), ceder
  • v flecter se, ceder

saga (medieval story of an Icelandic hero or family) n saga

  • n saga

sagacious adj sagace

sagacity n sagacitate

sage (half-shrubby mint) Bot] n salvia

  • (herb) n salvia
  • (wise man) n sagio
  • adj sage
  • ~ , wise adj sage
  • ~ , wise adj sage (sàje)
  • ~ , wise man n sagio
  • ~ , wise man n sagio (sajo)

sageness, wisdom n sagessa

  • ~ , wisdom n sagessa (-j-)

sagittal (1. of or like an arrow; 2. Anat]) adj sagittal

Sagittaria [Bot] n sagittaria

sagittarius n sagittario

sagittary, arrow adj sagittari

sagittate (shaped like an arrowhead) adj sagittate

sagittiform, arrowshaped adj sagittiforme

sago n sago

Sahara n Sahara

  • n Sahara (sà-)

sail (action) n excursion marin, voga

  • (action) n voga, excursion marin
  • (cloth) n vela
  • (depart) v partir
  • (drift) v vogar
  • (go from one place to another in a ship) v navigar
  • (navigate) v navigar
  • (set ~) v poner al vela
  • (the sail of a ship) n vela
  • ~ above v supernavigar
  • ~ along, coast along (the coast) v costear
  • ~ , move, float, drift v vogar
  • ~ , navigate (as in to navigate or sail the seas) v navigar

sailing (departure) n partita

  • (navigation) n navigation
  • ~ ship n veliero
  • ~ , moving, floating, drifting (act of) n voga

sailing-ship n veliero

sailmaker n velero

sailor n marinero

  • ~ , seaman, mariner n marinero

saint (person) adj sancte

  • (used by itself) n Masc]
  • [Fem] sancta
  • ~ , holy, saintly adj sancte

saintly adv pie, religiose, sancte

  • adv religiose, sancte, pie
  • adv sancte, pie, religiose
  • ~ , saint, holy adj sancte

Saipan [Geog] n Saipan

sake (for the - of) phr pro gratia de

  • n consideration, gratia
  • n gratia, consideration

salable, vendible adj vendibile

salacious adj salace

salaciousnes n salacitate

salad bowl n salatiera

  • n salada
  • n salata

salamander (1. fire spirit; 2. Zool]) n salamandra

  • n salamandra

salami n salami

salariat, class of employees, body of employees n salariato

salary n salario

sale (act of selling) n vendita

  • (act of selling) n vendita (vén-)
  • (clearance) n liquidation
  • n liquidation
  • n vendita
  • ~ price n precio de liquidation, precio de vendita
  • ~ price n precio de vendita, precio de liquidation

sales person n venditor

salicaceous [Bot] adj salicinee

salicin [Chem] n salicina

salicyl [Chem] n salicyl

salicylate [Chem] n salicylato

salicylic [Chem] adj salicylic

salicylol [Chem] n salicylol

salicylous [Chem] adj salicylose

salient ((jutting out) conspicuous) adj saliente

  • ((jutting out) conspicuous) adj saliente (ppr of salir)
  • [Fortif] n salienie
  • adj prominente, saliente
  • adj saliente, prominente

saliferous adj salifere

salifiable [Chem] adj salificabile

salification [Chem] n salification

salify v salificar

saline (1. consisting of or containing salt; 2. briny) adj salin

  • adj saline

salinity n salinitate

saliva n saliva, sputo

  • n sputo, saliva
  • ~ , spittle n saliva

saliva-producing, sialagogue, sialagogic adj sialagoge

salivary adj salivari

salivate, water v salivar

sallow adj pallide

sally [Mil] (raid) n excursion

  • [Mil] (sortie) n sortita
  • n eruption, impeto
  • n impeto, eruption
  • v facer erumper

salmon (color of ~) adj salmon

  • (the color salmon) n salmon
  • [Zool] (Salmo salar, the fish salmon) n salmon

salmonid [Zool] adj salmonide

salon (parlor, reception room) n salon

saloon (beerhouse) n bireria

  • (beerhouse) n bireria (-ìa)
  • (tavern) n taberna
  • (tavern) n taberna (-bér-)
  • (tavern) n taberna, taverna
  • (tavern) n taverna, taberna
  • n caupona
  • n salon

salt (add salt to, seation with salt) v salar

  • (common ~) n sal
  • (table ~) n sal
  • [Chem] n sal
  • ~ down (brine, pickle in brine) v salmuriar
  • ~ down (have corned) v insalar
  • ~ maker n salinero
  • ~ marsh, fen n maremma
  • ~ shaker n salin
  • ~ shaker n salinero
  • ~ shaker, saltcellar n saliera
  • v salar
  • ~ water n aqua marine, aqua salate
  • ~ water n aqua salate, aqua marine

saltant, jumping adj saltante

  • ~ , jumping adj saltante (ppr of saltar)

saltation, jumping n saltation

saltcellar, salt shaker n saliera

salter (one who salts meat, fish) n salator

saltigrade [Zool] adj saltigrade

  • [Zool] adj saltigrade (-ì-)

salting (operation of) n salatura

  • n condimento, salsura
  • n salsura, condimento

saltless adj sin-sal

salt-mine n mina de sal, salifodina

  • ~ -mine n salifodina, mina de sal

saltpeter (niter) n nitro

  • (niter) n salpetra
  • ~ worker or dealer n salnitrero
  • ~ worker or dealer n salpetrero
  • ~ works n salnitriera
  • ~ works n salpetriera
  • ~ , niter n salnitro

saltpetrous (nitrous) adj salpetrose

  • ~ , nitrous adj salnitrose

salty adj salate

  • adj salate (pp of salar)

salubrious (healthy, healthful) adj salubre

  • adj salubre

salubrity (health, healthfulness) n salubritate

salutary (wholesome salutar) adj salutar

  • adj salutar

salutation (greeting) n salutation

  • n salutation

salute (flag ~) n salute de bandiera

  • (greet) v salutar
  • n Greet]
  • n Mil]
  • ~ with an accolade, embrace v accollar
  • ~ , greeting n salute

saluter, greeter n salutator

salvable adj salvabile

salvage v reservar

  • v salvar

salvation (rescue) n salvation

  • n salute
  • n salvamento
  • n salvation

Salvationist n salutista

salve (apply eye ~) v unguer le oculos

  • (plaster) n emplastro
  • n unguento
  • ~ , ointment n unguento

Salvia [Bot] n salvia

salvo [Mil] n salva

Samaria n Samaria

Samaritan (1. inhabitant of Samaria; 2. good Samaritan; 3. Samaritan language) n samaritano

  • (1. pertaining to Samaria; 2. pertaining to the good Samaritan) adj samaritan

same adj mesme

  • adv mesmo
  • ~ thing pron idem

sameness n identic, identitate

  • n identitate, identic

samovar n samovar

  • n samovar R]

sample n exemplo, specimen

  • n monstra
  • n specimen, exemplo
  • vt examinar
  • ~ , taste (wines, tea) v degustar

Sampson, Samson n Sampson

Samson Sampson n Samson

  • ~ , Sampson n Sampson

Samuel n Samuel

samurai n samurai

  • n samurai J]

sanatorium, sanitarium n sanatorio

sanctification n sanctification

sanctifier n sanctificator

sanctify vt sanctificar

  • ~ , hallow v sanctificar

sanctimonious adj sanctimoniose, sanctitate

  • adj sanctitate, sanctimoniose

sanction (1. solemn or ceremonious ratification; 2. Law]; 3. approbation, assent) n sanction

  • (1. to give sanction to; 2. to approve of) v sanctionar
  • n sanction
  • vt sancir, sanctionar
  • vt sanctionar, sancir
  • ~ , establish, confirm v sancir
  • ~ , establish, confirm v sancir sanc-/sanct-]

sanctity n sanctitate

  • ~ , sacredness, holiness n sanctitate

sanctuary (1. sacred space around the altar of achurch; 2. place of refuge or protection) n sanctuario

  • n sanctuario
  • ~ , temple [Rom. Antiq] n fano

sand (1. to cover with sand; 2. to rub with sand) v arenar

  • (of) adj arenari
  • (sprinkle or cover with sand) v sablar
  • ~ bank, silt n insablamento
  • n arena
  • n sablo

sandal (as in Creek sandals) n sandalia

  • n sandalia

sandbank, shelf n sicca

sand-box n cassa del arena

sandglass, hourglass n sabliero

sandiness, gravelliness n arenositate

sandpit n arenario

sandstone n topho

sandwich n sandwich

  • n sandwich A]

sandy adj sablose

  • n arenose
  • ~ , arenaceous adj arenacee
  • ~ , gravelly adj arenose

sane (mentally sound) adj san

  • adj san

sanguiferous adj sanguifere

sanguification n sanguification

sanguinary adj sanguinante, sanguinari

  • adj sanguinari, sanguinante
  • ~ , bloody (1. blood-thirsty; 2. accompanied by much bloodshed) adj sanguinari
  • ~ , bloody (accompanied by much bloodshed) adj sanguilente

sanguine (as in sanguine temperament) adj sanguinee

  • adj sanguilente, sanguinose
  • adj sanguinose, sanguilente

sanguineous (1. of or containing blood; 2. abounding with blood) adj sanguinee

sanguinolent adj sanguinolente

sanguisorba [Bot] n sanguisorba

sanhedrin n bib

  • n Sanhedrin
  • ~ , Synedrion, Synedrium n Synedrio

sanicle [Bot] n sanicula

sanitarium, sanatorium n sanatorio

sanitary adj sanitari

sanity n sanitate

San-Marino [Geog] n San Marino

Sao-Tome-e-Principe [Geog] n Sao Tome e Principe

sap (juice circulating in plant tissue) n lympha

  • (tree ~) n succo de arbore
  • [Mil] n sappa
  • n succo
  • ~ , juice n succo
  • ~ , undermine v sappar

sapid, saporous adj sapide

sapidity n sapiditate

sapient, wise, discerning adj sapiente

sapiential adj sapiential

sapling n arboretto, surculo

  • n surculo, arboretto

saponaceous adj saponacee

saponification n saponification

saponify v saponificar

saponin [Chem] n saponina

saporous, sapid adj sapide

sapper n sappator

sapphire [Mineral] n sapphiro

  • n sapphiro

sapphirine [Mineral] n sapphirina

sapping, undermining n sappamento

sappy adj succose

saprophyte [Biol] n saprophyto

  • [Biol] n saprophyto (-òphyto)

saracen n saraceno

  • ~ , Saracenic adj saracen

saracene adj saracen

  • n saraceno

Saracenic, Saracen adj saracenic

sarcaam n sarcasmo

sarcasm n sarcasmo

sarcastic adj sarcastic

sarcastically adv sarcasticamente

sarcophagus n sarcophago

  • n sarcophago (-ò-)

Sard, Sardinian adj sarde

sardine [Ichthyol] n sardina

  • ~ dealer n sardinero
  • ~ fisherman n sardinero
  • ~ industry n sardineria
  • ~ industry n sardineria (-ìa)
  • n sardina

Sardinia [Geog] n Sardinia

  • n Sardinia

Sardinian n sardo

Sardis [Geog] n Sardis

sardonic adj sardonic

sartorial (pertaining to a tailor) adj sartorial

sash [Clothing] n charpa

  • [Clothing] n charpa (sh-)
  • n cingillo, zona
  • n zona, cingillo

Saskatchewan [Geog] n Saskatchewan

sassafras (1. sassafras tree; 2. sassafras bark) n sassafras

  • (1. sassafras tree; 2. sassafras bark) n sassafras (-fràs)

satan [Bib] n Satan

satanic (relig) adj satanic

satchel n sacculo

sate, satiate v satiar

sated, saturated adj sature

sateen n satin

  • n satin F]

satellite n satellite

  • n satellite (-tél-)

satiable adj satiabile

satiate v satiar

  • ~ , sate v satiar
  • ~ , satiated adj satiate
  • ~ , satiated adj satiate (pp of satiar)

satiety n satietate

satin n satin

  • n satin F]
  • ~ , glaze, gloss v satinar

satinette, satinet n satinetta

satiny, lustrous adj satinate

  • ~ , lustrous adj satinate (pp of satinar)

satire n satira

  • n satira (sà-)

satiric, satirical adj satiric

satirical adj satiric

satirist n satirico

  • n satirico, satirista
  • n satirista, satirico

satirize v satirisar

satisfaction (contentment) n contentamento, satisfaction

  • (contentment) n satisfaction, contentamento
  • (for an injury) n reparation
  • (payment) n liquidation
  • n satisfaction
  • ~ , pleasure n complacentia

satisfactory adj satisfacente

  • adj satisfacente (ppr of satisfacer)
  • adj satisfactori

satisfied adj contente

  • adj contente (de)
  • adj contente, satisfacte
  • adj satisfacte, contente
  • ~ , content adj satisfacte
  • ~ , pleased adj complacente

satisfy v satisfacer

  • v satisfacer -fac-/-fact-]

satrap n satrape

saturability n saturabilitate

saturable adj saturabile

saturate adj saturate

  • adj saturate (pp of saturar)
  • v saturar

saturated, sated adj sature

saturation n saturation

Saturday n sabbato

  • n sabbato

Saturn (1. Rom. Relig]; 2. Astron]; 3. Alchem] (lead) n Saturno

  • n saturno

Saturnia [Zool] n saturnia

Saturnian adj saturnal

  • adj saturnie

saturnine (1. heavy gloomy; 2: Med]) adj saturnin

saturnism, lead poisoning n saturnismo

satyr (1. Gr. Mythol]; 2. Entom]) n satyro

  • (1. Gr. Mythol]; 2. Entom]) n satyro (sà-)
  • n satyro

sauce n sauce

  • ~ , gravy n sauce
  • ~ , gravy n sauce F]

sauceboat n sauciera

saucepan n casserola

saucer n subcuppa

saucy (cheeky) adj impertinente

  • (coquettish) adj coquette

Saudi-Arabia [Geog] n Saudi Arabia

sauerkraut n sauerkraut

  • n sauerkraut G]

sauna n sauna

saunter n deambulation

  • v deambular, flanar
  • v flanar, deambular

sauntering, deambulatory adj deambulatori

saurian n sauro

sausage maker or dealer n salsiciero

  • n salsicia
  • ~ shop n salsicieria
  • ~ shop n salsicieria (-ìa)

sauté [Cooking] adj sauté

  • [Cooking] adj sauté F]

savage adj feroce, salvage

  • adj salvage, feroce
  • n salvage
  • v attaccar, morder
  • v morder, attaccar
  • ~ , wild adj salvage
  • ~ , wild adj salvage (-aje)

savageness, savagery n salvageria

  • ~ , savagery n salvageria (-ajerìa)

savagery, savageness n salvageria

  • ~ , savageness n salvageria (-ajerìa)

savanna, savannah n savanna

save (as in to save money, time) v sparniar

  • (avoid) v evitar
  • (keep back) v reservar
  • (money) v sparniar
  • (rescue) v salvar
  • prep salvo
  • ~ , but prep salvo
  • ~ , rescue v salvar

saved adj salvate

saveloy, cervelat (sausage) n cervelata

saving (economy) n economia

  • (of money) n sparnio
  • (rescue) n salvamento
  • n sparnio
  • ~ , rescue n salvamento

savings n peculio, sparnios

  • n sparnios, peculio
  • ~ , nest egg n peculio

savings-bank n cassa de sparnio

savior (1. rescuer; 2. redeemer) n salvator

  • ~ , saviour n salvator

savor (taste with pleasure) v saporar

  • n sapor
  • v saporar
  • ~ , flavor, taste n sapor

savory, savorous adj saporose

  • ~ , savoury adj saporose
  • ~ , savoury n entremets (non sucrate
  • ~ , tasty adj gustose

saw (tool for sawing) n serra

  • n serra
  • v serrar

sawdust n pulvere de serra

sawing (action of) n serration

sawmill n serreria

  • n serreria (-ìa)

sawwort [Bot] n serratula

sawyer n serrator

saxhorn [Mus] n saxcorno

  • [Mus] n saxhorn

Saxicola [Ornith] n saxicola

  • [Ornith] n saxicola (-ì-)

saxicolous, saxicoline (growing on, or inhabiting rocks) Bot/Zool] adj saxicole

  • ~ , saxicoline (growing on, or inhabiting rocks) Bot/Zool] adj saxicole (-ì-)

saxifragaceous [Bot] adj saxifragacee

saxifrage [Bot] n saxifraga

  • [Bot] n saxifraga (-ì-)

saxifragous (breaking or dissolving stone) adj saxifrage

  • (breaking or dissolving stone) adj saxifrage (-ì-)

Saxony (1. Anc. Hist] (land of the Saxons; 2. former Kingdom of Saxony; 3. Prussian Saxony) n Saxonia

saxophone n saxophono

saxtuba, bass saxhorn [Mus] n saxtuba

say (let him have his ~) v. phr lassa le parlar

  • n derecto de parlar
  • v dicer
  • v dicer dic-/dict-]

saying (as in an old saying) n dicto

  • n dicto, sententia
  • n sententia, dicto
  • ~ , aphorism (sententious) n sententia

scabbard maker, sheather n vainero

  • n vaina
  • ~ , sheath n vaina
  • ~ , sheath n vaina (-ìna)

scabellum [Rom. Antiq] n scabello

scabies, mange n scabie

scabious [Bot] n scabiosa

  • ~ , mangi adj scabiose

scaffold (place of execution) n scafolt

  • n scafolt

scaffolding n armatura provisori de travalio, perticage de travalio

  • n perticage de travalio, armatura provisori de travalio

scald (1. scalding; 2. burn) n escaldatura

  • (burn accidentally or treat with boiling water, steam) v escaldar
  • n escaldatura
  • v escaldar

scale (1. to remove the scales from; 2. to cover with scales) v scaliar

  • (1. Zool/Bot/Med]; 2. Metal]) n scalia
  • (as in scale of a fish, scale of dead outer skin) n squama
  • (climb) v scalar
  • (crust) n incrustation, scalia
  • (crust) n scalia, incrustation
  • (for measuring) n scala
  • (of fish) n squama
  • (remove scales from) v squamar
  • (scrape) v scaliar
  • (sliding ~) n. phr scala mobile
  • [Mil] v scalar
  • [Mus] n scala
  • ~ inspector, scale tester n balancista
  • ~ tester, scale inspector n balancista
  • ~ , remove the scales from v squamar

scale-down v reducer secundo le scala

scalelike, scaly adj scaliose

scales n balancia

scale-up v augmentar secundo le scala

scaling, husking n scaliage

  • ~ , husking n scaliage (-aje)

scallop (sewing) n feston

  • [Zool] pectine
  • ~ , pecten [Zool] n pectine

scalp (as in to take scalps) n scalp

  • (as in to take scalps) n scalp A]
  • (deprive of the scalp) v scalpar
  • n corio capillute, scalp
  • n scalp, corio capillute
  • v scalpar

scalpel n scalpello

scaly adj squamose

  • ~ , scalelike adj scaliose

scamp n mal subjecto

  • v exequer troppo hastivemente

scamper away v escampar se, escampar

  • ~ away v escampar, escampar se
  • v currer, escampar
  • v escampar, currer
  • ~ , bolt (away) v escampar

scampi n langustinas

scan (- a text or photo) v scannator

  • (examine) v scrutar
  • (scan verse) v scander
  • (scan verse) v scander scand-/scans-;-scend-/-scens-]
  • (verses) v metir
  • (verses) v scander
  • (with radar) v explorar
  • ~ , scrutinize, examine v scrutar

scandal (as in political scandal) n scandalo

  • (as in political scandal) n scandalo (scàn-)
  • n scandalo

scandalize (be -d) v scandalisar se

  • v scandalisar

scandalous adj malsonante, scandalose

  • adj scandalose, malsonante
  • ~ example, offense n scandalo
  • ~ example, offense n scandalo (scàn-)
  • ~ , offensive adj malsonante

Scandinavia [Geog] n Scandinavia

  • n Scandinavia

Scandinavian adj scandinave

  • n scandinavo

scandium [Chem] n scandium

  • [Chem] n scandium (scàn-)

scanner [Comp] n scannator

  • [Elect] n apparato pro le reproduction electronic de textos e imagines
  • [Elect] n scanditor
  • [Elect] n scanner

scansion [Metrics] n scansion

scant, scanty adj exigue

  • ~ , scanty adj insufficiente

scantiness, exiguity n exiguitate

scapegoat n capro expiatori

scapula, shoulder blade n scapula

  • ~ , shoulder blade n scapula (scà-)

scapular (1. a sleeveless croak; 2. a badge of membership in certain orders, consisting of two pieces of cloth and worn under the clothing) Eccl] n scapulario

  • adj scapular

scapulohumeral [Anat] adj scapulohumeral

scar (of a wound) n crusta

  • (strike-breaker) n rumpe-exopero
  • n cicatrice
  • vi cicatrisar se
  • vt marcar con un cicatrice
  • ~ , cicatrice n cicatrice

scarabaeus (1. Entom]; 2. Egyptol] (scarab) n scarabeo

  • (1. Entom]; 2. Egyptol] (scarab) n scarabeo (-éo)

scarce adj pauco abundante

  • adj pauco commun
  • adj rar

scarcely adv a pena

  • ~ , barely, hardly adv vix
  • ~ , hardly (a pena) adv apena

scarcity (rarity) n raritate

  • (shortage) n penuria
  • n penuria

scare (be -d) v haber pavor

  • n panico
  • v espaventar
  • v espaventar (se)

scarecrow n esparentaaves

  • n esparenta-aves
  • n espaventa-aves

scaremonger n alarmista

scarf (big ~) n cravata

  • n charpa
  • ~ , cravat, necktie n cravata

scarlatina n scarlatina

  • ~ , scarlet fever n scarlatina

scarlet (1. color scarlet; 2. scarlet cloth or clothes) n scarlato

  • adj scarlatin
  • adj scarlatin, vermilie
  • adj vermilie, scarlatin
  • ~ fever, scarlatina n scarlatina
  • n scarlato
  • ~ , vermilion, bright red adj vermilie

scarlet-fever n febre scarlatin, scarlatina

  • ~ -fever n scarlatina, febre scarlatin

scarp, escarp [Mil] n scarpa

  • ~ , slope (face of a hill) n scarpa

scarped, steep adj scarpate

  • ~ , steep adj scarpate (pp of scarpar)

scathelessness, wholeness (state or condition of being whole, unharmed) n indemnitate

scathing adj caustic, mordace

  • adj mordace, caustic

scatter (clouds) v dissipar

  • (clouds) v dissipar (se)
  • (spread) v dispersar
  • (spread) v dispersar (se)
  • ~ , disperse v dispersar

scatterbrained adj distracte

scattered, at random, in different places, passim, here and there adv passim (pàs-)

  • ~ , at random, in different places, passim, here and there adv passim

scattering n dispersion

scavenge v colliger immunditias, scopar le stratas

  • v scopar le stratas, colliger immunditias

scavenger (animal) n animal necrophage

  • (animal) n animal o ave que se alimenta de caronia
  • (animal) n necrophago
  • (person) n scopator de stratas

sccant (as in a secant line) adj secante

  • (as in a secant line) adj secante (ppr of secar)

scelalgia, pain in the legs [Pathol] n scelalgia

  • ~ , pain in the legs [Pathol] n scelalgia (-ìa)

scelo-, scel- (leg) occurring in derivatives and compounds] n scelo-

scenario n scenario

scene (1. unit of dramatic action; 2. place of action) n scena

  • n scena
  • ~ shifter, stagehand n machinista
  • ~ , wing, side [Theat] n coulisse
  • ~ , wing, side [Theat] n coulisse F]

scenery (landscape) n paisage

  • (theat) n paisage, scena
  • (theat) n scena, paisage

scenic adj scenic

  • ~ , scenical (of or pertaining to the scenes of dramatic action) adj scenic

scenical, scenic (of or pertaining to the scenes of dramatic action) adj scenic

scenographer n scenographo

  • n scenographo (-ògrapho)

scenographic adj scenographic

scent (detect by smell) v olfacer

  • (fill with perfume) v imbalsamar, perfumar
  • (fill with perfume) v perfumar, imbalsamar
  • (of animal) n pista
  • (perfume) n perfumo
  • (smell) n odor
  • ~ , perfume (fill with sweet odor) v imbalsamar

scepter n sceptre

  • n sceptro

sceptic n sceptico

  • ~ , Skeptic [Philos] n sceptico
  • ~ , skeptic n sceptico
  • ~ , skeptical, sceptical, skeptic adj sceptic

sceptical adj sceptic

  • ~ , skeptic, sceptic, skeptical adj sceptic

sceptically adv scepticamente

scepticism n scepticismo

  • ~ , skepticism n scepticismo

sceptre n sceptro

schedule (list) n inventario, lista

  • (list) n lista, inventario
  • (plan) n plano
  • (timetable) n horario
  • v inscriber (in un lista;etc), rediger (un lista de)
  • v inscriber, rediger
  • v rediger (un lista de), inscriber (in un lista;etc)
  • v rediger, inscriber

schema n schema

  • n schema -ma/-mat-]

schematic adj schematic

schematism n schematismo

schematize v schematisar

scheme (1. as in the metrical scheme of a sonnet; 2. plan in tabulated form) n schema

  • (1. as in the metrical scheme of a sonnet; 2. plan in tabulated form) n schema -ma/-mat-]
  • n designo, plano, schema
  • n plano, schema, designo
  • n schema, designo, plano
  • v intrigar

schemes, indulge in fanciful ideas v chimerisar

scheming intrigante adj intrigante

  • ~ intrigante adj intrigante (ppr of intrigar)

scherzo n scherzo

  • n scherzo I]

schism (1. division, separation; 2. Eccl]) n schisma

  • (1. division, separation; 2. Eccl]) n schisma -ma/-mat-]

schismatic n schismatico

  • ~ , schismatical adj schismatic

schismatical, schismatic adj schismatic

schist [Petrography] n schisto

schistose, schistous [Petrography] adj schistose

schistous, schistose [Petrography] adj schistose

schizogenesis, scissiparity [Biol] n scissiparitate

schizophrenia [Psychiatry] n schizophrenia

  • [Psychiatry] n schizophrenia (-ìa)
  • n schizophrenia

schizophrenic adj schizophrenic

  • n schizophrenico
  • ~ , schizophrene n schizophrenico

schizopod [Zool] n schizopodo

  • [Zool] n schizopodo (-òpodo)

schizopol, schizopodous adj schizopode

  • ~ , schizopodous adj schizopode (-ò-)

scholar (academic) n docto, erudito

  • (academic) n erudito, docto
  • (pupil) n scholar
  • ~ , learned man, teacher n doctor
  • ~ , learned person n erudito

scholarly adj/adv docte, erudite

  • ~ adj/adv erudite, docte

scholarship (learning) n erudition

  • (money) n bursa
  • ~ , burse n bursa

scholastic adj scholastic

  • n scholastico

scholasticism n scholasticismo

school (elementary ~) n schola primari

  • (grammar ~) n schola primari
  • (high ~) n lyceo, schola secundari
  • (high ~) n schola secundari, lyceo
  • (primary ~) n schola primari
  • (private ~) n schola private
  • (public - , (english private ~) n lyceo private con dotation
  • (public ~) n schola public
  • (secondary ~) n schola secundari
  • adj scholar
  • n schola
  • ~ scholar adj scholar
  • v instruer

schoolboy n puero (alumno), scholar

  • n puero, scholar
  • n scholar, puero
  • n scholar, puero (alumno)

schoolgirl n puera (alumna), scholar

  • n puera, scholar
  • n scholar, puera
  • n scholar, puera (alumna)

schoolmaster n maestro de schola

schoolmate n collega de schola

schoolmistress n maestra de schola

schoolroom n sala de schola

schoolteacher n inseniante, maestro, maestra

  • n maestra, inseniante, maestro
  • n maestro, maestra, inseniante

schoolyard n corte del schola

schooner [Naut] n schooner

  • [Naut] n schooner A]
  • n goletta, schooner
  • n schooner, goletta

schooner-rigged adj con velas de goletta

  • ~ -rigged adj con velas de goletta (- de schooner)

schorl n tourmalina nigre

schotische n danza scotese, schotische

  • n schotische, danza scotese

schottische [Dancing] n schottisch

  • [Dancing] n schottisch G]

schuss n recte

  • v skiar rapideemente in linea

Schwyz n Switza

scia- (shadow) occurring in compounds] n scia-

sciamachy, sham fight, shadow boxing n sciamachia

  • ~ , sham fight, shadow boxing n sciamachia (-ìa)

sciatic (1. pertaining to the hip) 2. pertaining to sciatica) adj sciatic

  • adj sciatic

sciatica [Med] n sciatica

  • n sciatica

science n scientia

science-fiction n science-fiction

scientific adj scientific

scientist n scientista

scimitar n scimitarra

scintillate, sparkle, glitter v scintillar

scintillation n scintillation

Scipio [Rom. Hist] n Scipion

scissile adj scissile

scission n scission

scissiparity, schizogenesis [Biol] n scissiparitate

scissiparous [Biol] adj scissipare

scissors n cisorios

sclcrotic (1. sclerous, hard; 2. affected with sclerosis) adj sclerotic

sclera (eye membrane) n sclera

  • [Med] n sclera

scleranth [Bot] n sclerantho

sclerenchyma (1. Bot]; 2. Zool]) n sclerenchyma

  • (1. Bot]; 2. Zool]) n sclerenchyma (-én-)
  • [Bot] n sclerenchyma

scleroma [Med] n scleroma

sclerophthalmia [Pathol] n sclerophthalmia

  • [Pathol] n sclerophthalmia (-ìa)

sclerosis (hardening, induration) Med/Bot] n sclerosis

  • (hardening, induration) Med/Bot] n sclerosis (-òsis)

sclerotic (sclerotic coat of the eye) Anat/Zool] n sclerotica

sclerous (hard, indurated) Biol/Med] adj sclerose

scoff (eat) v devorar

  • ~ at (deride) v derider, irrider
  • ~ at (deride) v irrider, derider
  • ~ down (eat up) v devorar

scold v reprimendar

scolding n reprimenda

scone n pastisseria scotese

scoop (shovel) n pala

  • n journ
  • ~ up v colliger con le pala, excavar
  • ~ up v excavar, colliger con le pala
  • ~ , shovel, peel n pala

scooter (children's) n patinette

  • (motor scooter) n scooter, vespa
  • (motor scooter) n scooter, vespa (marca registrate)
  • (motor scooter) n vespa (marca registrate), scooter
  • (motor scooter) n vespa, scooter

-scope (instrument for watching, ohserving, examining) occurring in compounds] n scopo

  • n campo (de application), sphera (de action), possibilitate
  • n campo, sphera, possibilitate
  • n possibilitate, campo (de application), sphera (de action)
  • n possibilitate, campo, sphera
  • n sphera (de action), possibilitate, campo (de application)
  • n sphera, possibilitate, campo
  • ~ -scope, -scopist n -scopo

scorbutic adj scorbutic

scorbutus, scurvy [Pathol] n scorbuto

scorch v adurer, torrefacer, torrer

  • v torrefacer, torrer, adurer
  • v torrer, adurer, torrefacer
  • ~ , burn v adurer
  • ~ , burn v adurer -ur-/-ust-]
  • ~ , parch v torrer
  • ~ , parch v torrer torr-/tost-]

scorched, adust, burnt adj aduste

scorching, burning (act of) n adustion

score (cut) v incider

  • (sport) n punctos
  • (sport) v ganiar
  • (sport) v ganiar (punctos)
  • (twenty) n vintena
  • [Mus] n musica
  • [Mus] n partition

scoreboard n tabula

  • n tabula (de punctos)

scoresheet n tabula

  • n tabula (de punctos)

scoria (Metal] (slag, dross; 2. Geol] (slaggy lava) n scoria

  • n scoria

scoriae n scorias

scorification n scorification

scorify v scorificar

scorn n disdigno, minusprecio

  • n minusprecio, disdigno
  • v disdignar, minuspreciar
  • v minuspreciar, disdignar
  • ~ , contempt n minusprecio
  • ~ , disdain n disdigno
  • ~ , disdain v disdignar

scornful adj disdignose

scorpio n scorpion

scorpion [Zool] n scorpion

  • n scorpion

scorpionid [Zool] n scorpionide

scot n scoto

  • n scoto

scotch adj scotese

  • n whisky scotese
  • v frustrar
  • ~ , Scottish adj scote
  • ~ , Scottish adj scotic

scotch-tape n banda adhesive

scot-free adj/adv impun

Scotland [Geog] n Scotia

  • n Scotia

scotsman n scotese, scoto

  • n scoto, scotese

scottish adj scotese

  • ~ , Scotch adj scote
  • ~ , Scotch adj scotic

scoundrel n scelerato, villano

  • n villano, scelerato
  • ~ , villain n villano
  • ~ , wretch, villain n scelerato

scoundrelly, villainous adj scelerate

scour (- the country for) v perscrutar le pais in cerca de

  • v nettar con fricamento

scourge n flagello

  • v flagellar
  • ~ , flagellate, whip v flagellar
  • ~ , whip n flagello

scout (boy) n boy scout

  • (mil) n explorator, scout
  • (mil) n scout, explorator
  • ~ around v explorar
  • v explorar, recognoscer
  • v recognoscer, explorar

scouting (for boys) n scoutismo

  • n exploration

scoutmaster n chef de section del boy scouts

scowl n reguardo hostil

  • v reguardar hostilmente

scramble (crawl) v diriger se con manos e pedes

  • (fight) n lucta precipitate
  • (fight) v luctar precipitatemente
  • (mix) v miscer
  • (turmoil) n confusion
  • v aeron

scrambled-egg n ovos miscite

scrap (fight) n lucta

  • (fight) vi luctar, venir al manos
  • (fight) vi venir al manos, luctar
  • (ideas) v abandonar
  • (machinery) vt dismantellar, vender pro ferralia
  • (machinery) vt vender pro ferralia, dismantellar
  • (piece) n fragmento, pecietta
  • (piece) n pecietta, fragmento
  • (remainder) n resto
  • ~ iron n ferralia

scrapbook n album

scrape v grattar, rader, raspar

  • v rader, raspar, grattar
  • v raspar, grattar, rader
  • ~ , rasp v raspar
  • ~ , scratch v grattar
  • ~ , scratch v rader
  • ~ , scratch v rader rad-/ras-]

scraper n raspator

  • ~ , grater, rasp n raspator
  • ~ , scratcher (one who scratches, scrapes) n grattator

scrap-heap n cumulo de ferralia

scraping, rasping (action of) n raspatura

  • ~ , scratching n grattamento
  • ~ , scratching, erasing n radimento

scrap-iron n ferralia

scrappy adj fragmentari

scratch n excoriation, lesion superficial

  • n lesion superficial, excoriation
  • v grattar, rader
  • v rader, grattar
  • ~ , scrape v grattar
  • ~ , scrape v rader
  • ~ , scrape v rader rad-/ras-]

scratcher, scraper (one who scratches, scrapes) n grattator

scratching, erasing, scraping n radimento

  • ~ , scraping n grattamento

scrawl n scriptura illegibile

  • v scriber illegibilemente

scream n crito

  • n crito (acute)
  • v critar, vociferar
  • v vociferar, critar

screech n stridor

  • v strider

screen (film) v projectar

  • (folding partition) n paravento
  • (investigate) v investigar
  • (of a car) n parabrisa
  • (of electronic appliance) n schermo
  • (shield) n protection
  • (shield) v proteger

screw (of ship) n helice, propulsor

  • (of ship) n propulsor, helice
  • ~ driver n tornavite
  • ~ in, screw v vitar
  • n Techn]
  • n vite
  • v vitar
  • ~ , screw in v vitar

screw-down v fixar per vites

screw-driver n tornavite

screw-up (mess up) v confunder, disordinar

  • ~ -up (mess up) v disordinar, confunder
  • ~ -up (mistake) n error
  • ~ -up (the eyes) v arrugar

scribble n scriptura illegibile

  • v scriber con pressa

scribe (Jewish Hist]; 2. copyist) n scriba

  • n scriba

script (manuscript) n manuscripto, scriptura

  • (manuscript) n scriptura, manuscripto
  • (of film) n scenario
  • ~ , writing (system of) n graphia
  • ~ , writing (system of) n graphia (-ìa)
  • ~ , writing, handwriting n scriptura

scriptural [Eccl] adj scriptural

  • adj scriptural

scripturally adv scripturalmente

scripture (as school subject) n historia sacre, religion

  • (as school subject) n religion, historia sacre
  • (bible) n sacre scriptura
  • [Relig] n scriptura

scriptwriter n scenarista

scrofula [Pathol] n scrofula

  • [Pathol] n scrofula (scrò-)

scrofulosis [Med] n scrofulosis

  • [Med] n scrofulosis (-òsis)

scrofulous adj scrofulose

scroll (roll)[Archeol] n rolo

  • (roll)[Archeol] n rolo (de pergamena)
  • ~ down v rolar in basso
  • ~ up v rolar in alto

scrotum n scroto

scrounge (cadge) n obtener per astutia

  • (live as parasite) v viver parasiticamente

scrounger n mendico, parasito

  • n parasito, mendico

scrub (action) n fricamento

  • [Geog] n fricar, frottar
  • [Geog] n frottar, fricar
  • v fricar con le brossa

scrubbing brush n brossa a fricar, brossa dur

  • ~ brush n brossa dur, brossa a fricar

scruff n nuca

scruffy adj disordinate e immunde

scruitinize closely, examine carefully v perscrutar

scrum (-mage) n scrum

scrummage n scrummage

scrumptious adj deliciose

scruple (1. Pharm]; 2. as in conscientious scruples) n scrupulo

  • (1. Pharm]; 2. as in conscientious scruples) n scrupulo (scrù-)
  • n scrupulo
  • v haber scrupulos, hesitar
  • v hesitar, haber scrupulos

scrupulous adj scrupulose

scrupulousness n scrupulositate

scrutable adj scrutabile

scrutinize (closely) v perscrutar

  • (scan) v scrutar, scrutiniar
  • (scan) v scrutiniar, scrutar
  • v scrutiniar
  • ~ , examine, scan v scrutar

scrutiny (close) n perscrutation

  • (scanning) n scrutinio
  • n scrutinio

scuff v guastar le superficie de

scuffle n melee, rixa

  • n rixa, melee
  • v luctar

scullery n retrococina

sculp v sculper

sculptor n sculptor

sculptress n sculptrice

sculptural adj sculptural

  • ~ , sculpturesque adj sculpturesc

sculpture (carve, cut, grave, chisel) v sculper

  • (carve, cut, grave, chisel) v sculper sculp-/sculpt-]
  • n sculptura

sculptured, graven, carved adj sculpte

sculpturesque, sculptural adj sculpturesc

scum n scuma

  • ~ , foam n scuma

scummy, foaming adj scumose

scurf n furfure

scurrilous adj choccante

  • adj grossier
  • adj vil

scurry v currer

scurvy n scorbuto

  • ~ , scorbutus [Pathol] n scorbuto

Scutellaria [Bot] n scutellaria

scutiform adj scutiforme

scuttle n situla a carbon

  • vi fugir
  • vt perforar un nave pro affundar lo

Scylla npr Scylla

Scyth (Scythian) n scytha

  • (Scythian) n scytho

scythe n falce

scythe-bearing, sickle-bearing adj falcifere

Scythia n Scythia

Scythian (Scyth) n scytha

  • (Scyth) n scytho
  • (Scythian language) n scytho
  • adj scythic

sea (be at ~) v esser disorientate

  • (by ~) adv per mar
  • (heavy ~) n mar grosse
  • (large body of salt water) n mar
  • (open ~) n largo
  • adj de mar, marin
  • adj marin, de mar
  • ~ horse, hippocampus (1. Mythol.; 2. Zool]) n hippocampo
  • n mar
  • ~ pine, pinaster, cluster pine n pinastro
  • ~ shell n conchyle
  • ~ shell n conchylio

seafarer n homine de mar

seafaring adj de mar

seafood n fructos de mar

seafront n esplanada

sea-green adj verdemar

seagull n laro

  • ~ , gull, mew [Ornith] n laro

seal (as in this sealed his fate) v sigillar

  • (as in to seal a deed) v sigillar
  • (bottle) v capsular
  • (document) v sigillar
  • (impression made by a seal) n sigillo
  • (instrument for sealing) n sigillo
  • (stamp) n sigillo
  • (to fasten, make fast) v sigillar
  • [Zool] n phoca
  • ~ or cap (a bottle) v capsular

sealer v sigillator

sealevel n nivello del mar

sealion n leon marin

sealskin n pelle de phoca

seam (joint) n junctura

  • (lode) n filon
  • (sewn) n sutura

seaman (mariner, sailor) n marino, marinero, nauta

seamanship n nautica

seamy adj disagradabile, miserabile

seance n session

seaplane, hydroplane n hydroaeroplano

seaport n porto de mar

sear (wither) v desiccar, marcer

  • (wither) v marcer, desiccar
  • [Med] v adurer, cauterisar
  • [Med] v cauterisar, adurer

search (act or action of searching) n cerca

  • (as in search warrant) n perquisition
  • (right of ~) n derecto de visita
  • ~ for, seek, look for v cercar
  • n cerca, perquisition, recerca
  • n perquisition, recerca, cerca
  • n recerca, cerca, perquisition
  • v perquirer, querer, recercar
  • v querer, recercar, perquirer
  • v recercar, perquirer, querer
  • ~ , investigate v recercar
  • ~ , investigation n recerca
  • ~ , look for, seek (diligently) v perquirer
  • ~ , look for, seek (diligently) v perquirer -quir-/-quisit-]
  • ~ , look for, seek v querer
  • ~ , look for, seek v querer quer-/quest-;-quir-/-quest-/-quisit-]

searcher n perquisitor

  • ~ , investigator n recercator

search-for v cercar

searching adj penetrante

searchlight n projector

search-warrant n mandato de perquisition

seared adj aduste, cauterisate

  • adj cauterisate, aduste

searing n adussion, cauterisation

  • n cauterisation, adussion

seashore n costa

  • ~ , coast n costa

seasick adj qui suffre de mal de mar

seasickness n mal de mar

seaside station n balnear, citate maritime

  • ~ station n citate maritime, balnear

season (as in the social season) n saison

  • (as in the social season) n saison F]
  • n saison, station del anno
  • n station del anno, saison
  • ~ ticket n billet de abonamento
  • v condimentar, condir, saisonar
  • v condir, saisonar, condimentar
  • v saisonar, condimentar, condir
  • ~ with pepper, pepper v piperar
  • ~ with pimento v pimentar
  • ~ with vinegar, vinegar v vinagrar
  • ~ , spice v condimentar
  • ~ , spice v condir

seasonable adj saisonal, variabile secundo le saison

  • adj variabile secundo le saison, saisonal

seasoning n condimento

seat (1. accommodation for sitting) n sede

  • (centre) n centro
  • (chair) n sede
  • (have seats for) v haber sedes pro
  • (in bus, theatre) n placia
  • (parliamentary) n sede

seat-belt n cinctura de securitate

seated, sitting adj sedente

seating n provision de sedes

seat-oneself v seder se

seaweed n alga (marin), fuco

  • n alga, fuco
  • n fuco, alga
  • n fuco, alga (marin)

seaworthiness n navigabilitate

seaworthy adj navigabile

secant [Geom] n secante

secateurs n cisorios horticultural

secede v facer secession, separar se

  • v separar se, facer secession

secern [Physiol] v secerner

  • [Physiol] v secerner -cern-/-cret-]

secession n secession, separation

  • n separation, secession

seclude, shut up v recluder

  • ~ , shut up v recluder -clud-/-clus-]

secluded adj isolate, recluse, solitari

  • adj recluse, solitari, isolate
  • adj solitari, isolate, recluse
  • ~ , recluse adj recluse

seclusion n isolation, solitude

  • n solitude, isolation
  • ~ , retirement n reclusion

second (1. 1/60 of a minute; 2. 1/3600 of a degree of an angle; 3. Mus]) n secunda

  • (a motion) v appoiar
  • (a motion) v appoiar (un motion)
  • (in a duel) = n secundo
  • (in duel) n secundo
  • (part of minute or angle) n secunda
  • (support) v secundar
  • adj secunde
  • ~ nature (de) adj secunde natura

secondary adj secundari

  • ~ school n collegio
  • ~ school n schola secundari

second-best adj secunde

  • ~ -best n secundo

second-class adj de secunde classe

second-dealer n venditor de merce de occasion

second-hand adj de occasion, de secunde mano

  • ~ -hand adj de secunde mano, de occasion

second-in-command n vicecommandante

second-rate adj inferior, mediocre

  • ~ -rate adj mediocre, inferior

secrctariate n secretariato

secrctary (confidential clerk) n secretario

secrecy n secretessa

secret adj secrete

  • ~ drawer n secreto
  • n secreto
  • ~ , mysterious adj arcan
  • ~ , mystery n arcano
  • ~ , secreta [Eccl] n secreta

secreta, secret [Eccl] n secreta

secretarial adj de secretaria, secretari, secretarial, de secretario

  • adj de secretario, de secretaria, secretari, secretarial
  • adj secretari, secretarial, de secretario, de secretaria
  • adj secretarial, de secretario, de secretaria, secretari

secretariat n secretariato

secretary [Fem] n secretaria

  • [Masc] n secretario
  • ~ bird, serpent eater n serpentaria

secrete [Physiol. Biol] v secretar

  • v secretar

secretion [Physiol. Biol] n secretion

secretive adj reservate

  • ~ , close adj secrete

secretly adv clam

secretory [Physiol] adj secretori

sect n secta

sectarian adj sectari

  • n sectario

sectarianism n spirito sectari

section (1. separation by cutting; 2. portion, division, subdivision) n section

  • (cut or divide into sections) v sectionar
  • n section

sector (1. Geom]; 2. Mil]) n sector

  • n sector

secular (1. occurring once in a century; 2. existing for centurics; 3. worldly) adj secular

  • adj secular
  • ~ , layman n secular

secularism n secularismo

secularist n secularista

secularity (1. secular extent; 2. worldliness) n secularitate

secularization n secularisation

secularize v secularisar

secure (a loan) v garantir

  • (a loan) v garantir (un presto)
  • (fix) v fixar
  • (get) v obtener, procurar se
  • (get) v procurar se, obtener
  • (make fast) v assecurar
  • (make firm or fast) v assecurar
  • adj secur, stabile
  • adj stabile, secur
  • ~ , safe adj secur

securities (fin) n valores

security (1. safety; 2. as in to leave something as asecurity) n securitate

  • (for loan) n pignore
  • (protection) n securitate
  • ~ , bail n caution
  • ~ , pledge, pawn n pignore

sedan [Motoring] n limousine

  • [Motoring] n limousine F]

sedate adj calme, composite, tranquille

  • adj composite, tranquille, calme
  • adj tranquille, calme, composite
  • v tractar de sedativos

sedation [Med] n sedation

  • n sedation

sedative [Med] n sedativo

  • adj sedative
  • n sedativo

sedentary adj sedentari

sediment (1. lees, dregs; 2. Geol]) n sedimento

  • (deposit as sediment) v sedimentar
  • n deposito, sedimento
  • n sedimento, deposito

sedimentary adj sedimentari

sedimentation n sedimentation

sedition n sedition

  • ~ , incite to sedition v seditionar

seditious adj seditiose

seduce v seducer

  • v seducer -duc-/-duct-]

seducement n seducimento

seducer n seductor

seducible adj seducibile

seduction (1. act of seducing; 2. that which seduces) n seduction

  • n seduction

seductive adj seductive

see (ecce!) interj ecce, mira

  • (ecce!) interj mira, ecce
  • (eccles) n sede
  • (understand) v comprender
  • (use eyes) v vider
  • ~ again (someone or something) v revider
  • ~ again (someone or something) v revider -vid-/-vis-/-vist-]
  • ~ beforehand, foresee v provider
  • ~ beforehand, foresee v provider -vid-/-vis-/-vist-]
  • ~ it with one's own eyes phr vider lo con le proprie oculos
  • v vider
  • v vider vid-/vis-/vist-]
  • ~ !, behold!, lo! adv ecce

seed (grow to ~) v granar

  • (of plants) n grana
  • (within fruit) n pepita
  • [Gen] n semine
  • n semine
  • v granar
  • ~ , grow to seed v granar
  • ~ , stone, pip n pepita

seedbed [Hort] n seminario

seeder, sowing-machine n seminatorio

seedling n juvene planta

seedy (poor) adj paupere, povre

  • (poor) adj povre, paupere
  • (unwell) adj indisposite

seeing adj/pres. part vidente

seeing-that phr vidite que, viste que

  • ~ -that phr viste que, vidite que

seek v cercar, perquirer, querer

  • v perquirer, querer, cercar
  • v querer, cercar, perquirer
  • ~ , look for, search for v cercar
  • ~ , search, look for (diligently) v perquirer
  • ~ , search, look for (diligently) v perquirer -quir-/-quisit-]
  • ~ , search, look for v querer
  • ~ , search, look for v querer quer-/quest-;-quir-/-quest-/-quisit-]

seeker n cercator

seem (it -s to me) phr il me pare/sembla

  • v parer, semblar, similar
  • v semblar, similar, parer
  • v similar, parer, semblar
  • ~ , appear v semblar
  • ~ , appear v similar

seeming adj apparente

seemingly adv apparentemente, in apparentia

  • adv in apparentia, apparentemente

seemly adj/adv convenibile, decente, decorose

  • ~ adj/adv decente, decorose, convenibile
  • ~ adj/adv decorose, convenibile, decente

seep v filtrar, infiltrar se

  • v infiltrar se, filtrar

seepage n infiltration, perditas per intemperantia infiltration

  • n perditas per intemperantia infiltration, infiltration

seer n propheta, vidente

  • n vidente, propheta

seesaw n balanciatoria

  • v oscillar

seethe (boil) v bullir

  • v agitar se, ferver
  • v ferver, agitar se

see-to v attender, occupar se de

  • ~ -to v occupar se de, attender

segment [Geom] n segmento

  • n segmento
  • ~ , separate into segments v segmentar

segmentary, segmental adj segmentari

segmentation n segmentation

segregate v segregar

segregation n segregation

segregative adj segregative

seigniory [Hist] n senioria

  • [Hist] n senioria (-ìa)

seignorial [Hist] adj seniorial

seism, earthquake n seismo

  • ~ , earthquake n seismo (séizmo)

seismal, seismic adj seismal

seismic adj seismic

  • adj seismic (séiz-)

seismograph n seismographo

  • n seismographo (-ògrapho)

seismographic adj seismographic

seismologic, seismological adj seismologic

seismologist n seismologo

  • n seismologo (-òlogo)

seismology n seismologia

  • n seismologia (-ìa)

seizable adj sasibile

seize (clutch) v impugnar

  • (grasp) v sasir
  • (take) v prender, sasir
  • (take) v sasir, prender
  • ~ , catch v attrappar
  • ~ , clutch, grasp v impugnar
  • ~ , grasp v caper
  • ~ , grasp v caper cap-/capt-;-cip-/-cept-]
  • ~ , snatch up (with the mouth) v abuccar
  • ~ , take, take hold of, catch v prender
  • ~ , take, take hold of, catch v prender prend-/prens-/pris-]

seize-up v blocar

  • ~ -up v blocar (per friction e calor)

seizing, snatching up (with the mouth) (action of) n abuccamento

seizure (taking) n captura, sasimento

  • (taking) n sasimento, captura
  • [Jur] n sequestration
  • [Med] n attacco
  • ~ , catching n caption

seldom adv rarmente

select adj selecte

  • v selectionar
  • v selectionar, seliger
  • v seliger
  • v seliger -lig-/-lect-]
  • v seliger, selectionar
  • ~ , choice adj selecte

selection n selection

selective adj selective

selenate [Chem] n seleniato

selenic [Chem] adj selenic

selenious [Chem] adj seleniose

selenite [Chem] n selenito

  • [Mineral] n selenite
  • ~ , inhabitant of the moon n selenita

selenium [Chem] n selenium

  • [Chem] n selenium (-lé-)

seleno-, selen- (moon-) occurring in derivatives and compounds] n selen-

selenography n selenographia

  • n selenographia (-ìa)

self (being, soul) n anima, esser

  • (being, soul) n esser, anima
  • (herself) pron illa ipse, illa mesme
  • (herself) pron illa mesme, illa ipse
  • (himself) pron ille ipse, ille mesme
  • (himself) pron ille mesme, ille ipse
  • (itself) pron illo ipse, illo mesme
  • (itself) pron illo mesme, illo ipse
  • (myself) pron io ipse, io mesme
  • (myself) pron io mesme, io ipse
  • (yourself) pron tu ipse, tu mesme
  • (yourself) pron tu mesme, tu ipse
  • ~ pron/n ego, individuo
  • ~ pron/n individuo, ego

self-assurance n confidentia (in se mesme), disinvoltura

  • ~ -assurance n confidentia, disinvoltura
  • ~ -assurance n disinvoltura, confidentia
  • ~ -assurance n disinvoltura, confidentia (in se mesme)

self-assured adj confidente, disinvolte

  • ~ -assured adj disinvolte, confidente

self-aware adj conscie de se mesme

self-awareness n conscientia de se mesme

self-centered, egocentric adj egocentric

self-centred adj egocentric

self-confidence n confidentia

  • ~ -confidence n confidentia (in se mesme)

self-confident adj confidente

self-conscious adj embarassate, timide

  • ~ -conscious adj timide, embarassate

self-contained adj independente

self-defence n autodefensa, defensa legitime

  • ~ -defence n defensa legitime, autodefensa

self-denial n abnegation

self-discipline n autodisciplina

self-employed adj/n independente

self-esteem n amor proprie

self-expression n expression personal

self-government n autonomia, independentia

  • ~ -government n independentia, autonomia

self-indulgence n satisfaction egoistic de su appetitos

self-indulgent adj intemperante, qui se refusa nihil

  • ~ -indulgent adj qui se refusa nihil, intemperante

self-interest n interesse personal

selfish adj egoistic, interessate

  • adj interessate, egoistic

selfishness n egoismo

selfless adj altruistic, disinteressate

  • adj disinteressate, altruistic

self-murder, suicide n suicidio

self-pity n compassion excessive de se

self-portrait n portrait del artist. per se mesme

self-possessed adj calme, composite, seren

  • ~ -possessed adj composite, seren, calme
  • ~ -possessed adj seren, calme, composite

self-propelling, automobile adj automobile

self-reliant adj independente

self-respect n amor proprie, dignitate

  • ~ -respect n dignitate, amor proprie

self-righteous adj pharisaic

self-sacrifice n abnegation, sacrificio de se

  • ~ -sacrifice n sacrificio de se, abnegation

self-satisfied adj contente de se

self-service n auto-servicio

self-sufficiency, autarchy n autarchia

  • ~ -sufficiency, autarchy n autarchia (-ìa)

self-sufficient adj independente

self-taught adj autodidacte

self-willed adj obstinate

self-worship n egolatria

  • ~ -worship n egolatria (-ìa)

sell (exchange for money or other payment) v vender

  • v vender
  • v vender (se)

seller n commerciante

  • n vendetor

selling price n precio de vendita

sell-off v liquidar

sellotape n banda adhesive

sell-out v abandonar

sell-up v vender

  • ~ -up v vender (toto)

selosity (serous quality) n serositate

selvage, list n lista

sema- (sign, signal) occurring in compounds] n sema-

  • ~ - (sign, signal) occurring in compounds] n sema- -ma/-mat-]

semantic adj semantic

semanticist, semasiologist n semanticista

  • ~ , semasiologist n semasiologo
  • ~ , semasiologist n semasiologo (-òlogo)

semantics n semantica

  • ~ , semasiology [Philol] n semantica
  • ~ , semasiology [Philol] n semasiologia
  • ~ , semasiology [Philol] n semasiologia (-ìa)

semaphore n semaphoro

  • n semaphoro (-mà-)
  • v transmitter per semaphoro

semasi- (signification) occurring in compounds] n semasi-

semasiological adj semasiologic

semasiologist, semanticist n semanticista

  • ~ , semanticist n semasiologo
  • ~ , semanticist n semasiologo (-òlogo)

semasiology, semantics [Philol] n semantica

  • ~ , semantics [Philol] n semasiologia
  • ~ , semantics [Philol] n semasiologia (-ìa)

sematography, sign-writing n sematographia

  • ~ , sign-writing n sematographia (-ìa)

semblance (1. resemblance, similarity; 2. image, likeness) n similantia

  • n semblantia, similantia
  • n similantia, semblantia
  • ~ , appearance n semblante
  • ~ , appearance n semblantia
  • ~ , appearance n similante

semeio (sign) occurring in compounds] n semeio-

semeiologic, semeiological adj semeiologic

  • ~ , semeiotic [Med] adj semeiogic
  • ~ , semeiotics [Med] n semeiotica

semeiological, semeiologic adj semeiologic

semeiology [Med] n semeiologia

  • [Med] n semeiologia (-ìa)

semeiotic, semeiologic [Med] adj semeiogic

semeiotics, semeiologic [Med] n semeiotica

semen n semine

semester n semestre

semestral (occurring every six months) adj semestral

semiaxis n semiaxe

semibarbarous, semibarbaric adj semibarbare

semibreve [Mus] n semibreve

semicircle (1. half of a circle; 2. semicircular measuring instrument, graphometer) n semicirculo

  • (1. half of a circle; 2. semicircular measuring instrument, graphometer) n semicirculo (-cir-)
  • n semicirculo

semicircular adj semicircular

semicircumference [Geom] n semicircumferentia

semicolon n puncto e virgula

semiconscious adj semiconsciente

semiconsonant [Phonet] n semiconsonante

  • n semiconsonante

semicupium, sitz bath n semicupio

semicylinder n semicylindro

semicylindric, semicylindrical adj semicylindric

semidetached adj duple, gemine, (casas duple/gemine)

  • adj gemine, (casas duple/gemine), duple

semidiameter [Math] n semidiametro

  • [Math] n semidiametro (-àmetro)

semidiaphanous adj semidiaphane

semidouble (1. Liturgy]; 2. Bot]) adj semiduple

semifinal adj/n semifinal

semifloscular, semiflosculose, semiflosculous [Bot] adj semiflosculose

semiflosculose, semiflosculous, semifloscular [Bot] adj semiflosculose

semiflosculous, semifloscular, semiflosculose [Bot] adj semiflosculose

semifluid adj semifluide

  • adj semifluide (-flù-)

semilunar semilunar [Anat/Biol] adj semilunar

seminal (pertaining to seed or semen) adj seminal

seminar n seminario

  • ~ , seminary (institution for the training of candidates for the priesthood, ministry) n seminario

seminarist n seminarista

seminary n seminario

  • ~ , seminar (institution for the training of candidates for the priesthood, ministry) n seminario

semination n semination

seminiferous adj seminifere

seminude, half-naked adj seminude

semiofficial adj semiofficial

Semi-Pelagian [Theol] adj semipelagian

  • ~ -Pelagian [Theol] n semipelagiano

Semi-Pelagianism [Theol] n semipelagianismo

semiprecious adj semipreciose

semiproof [Law] n semiprova

semiquaver n semichroma

semisavage, half-savage adj semisalvage

  • ~ , half-savage adj semisalvage (-aje)

semisomnous, half-asleep adj semisomne

semita, fasciole [Zool] n semita

  • ~ , fasciole [Zool] n semita (sé-)

semital [Zool] adj semital

Semite n semita

Semitic adj semitic

Semitism n semitismo

semitone, halftone [Mus] n semitono

semitransparency n semitransparentia

semitransparent adj semitransparente

semitropical adj semitropical

semiuncial adj semiuncial

semivowel n semivocal

semolina n semolino

sempiternal, everlasting, eternal adj sempiterne

senate n senato

senator n senator

senatorial (pertaining to a senator or senate) adj senatorial

senatus consultum, senatusconsult [Rom. Hist] n senatoconsulto

senatusconsult, senatus consultum [Rom. Hist] n senatoconsulto

send as an envoy, delegate v legar

  • ~ away v inviar foras
  • ~ back v reinviar
  • ~ for (- goods) v commandar mercantias
  • ~ for (fetch) v facer venir
  • ~ in v facer entrar
  • ~ off (emit) v emitter
  • ~ off (letter) v expedir
  • ~ off (player) v expeller
  • ~ off, dispatch, despatch v expedir
  • ~ on v reexpedir
  • ~ on, forward v reexpedir
  • ~ out v distribuer, emitter
  • ~ out v emitter, distribuer
  • ~ round v facer circular
  • v expedir, inviar, mandar
  • v inviar
  • v inviar, mandar, expedir
  • v mandar
  • v mandar, expedir, inviar

sender n expeditor

sending (of parcels, goods) n expedition

  • ~ on, forwarding n reexpedition
  • ~ , dispatch n invio
  • ~ , dispatch n invio (-ìo)

Senegal [Geog] n Senegal

  • n Senegal

senile (belonging to old age) adj senil

  • adj senil

senility n senilitate

senior (John Smith Sr) n John Smith patre

  • ~ adj/n senior
  • ~ , older senior adj senior

seniority (length of service) n ancianitate

  • n ancianitate

sensate, sense v sensar

sensation (1. as in a sensation of cold; 2. as in to create a sensation) n sensation

  • n sensation

sensational (as in sensational revelations) adj sensational

  • adj sensational

sensationalism (as in sensationalism of the yellow press) n sensationalismo

  • n sensationalismo

sensationalist n sensationalista

  • ~ , sensualist [Philos] n sensualista

sensationally adv sensationalmente

sense (1. as in the sense of hearing; 2. discrimination, judgment; 3. meaning) n senso

  • (common ~) n bon senso, senso commun
  • (common ~) n senso commun, bon senso
  • (feel) v sensar
  • n senso
  • ~ of hearing, hearing n audito
  • ~ of humour n senso del humor
  • ~ , sensate v sensar

senseless (stupid) adj insensate

  • (unconscious) adj inconsciente
  • ~ , foolish, insensate adj insensate

sensibility (1. ability to receive sense impressions; 2. sensitiveness) n sensibilitate

  • n sensibilitate

sensible (perceptible) adj sensibile

  • (possessing common sense) adj sensate
  • (reasonable) n practic, rationabile, sensate
  • (reasonable) n rationabile, sensate, practic
  • (reasonable) n sensate, practic, rationabile
  • ~ , perceptible adj sensibile

sensitive (1. that receives sense impressions; 2. highly susceptible) adj sensibile

  • (as in sensitive plant) adj mimose
  • (readily affected) adj sensibile
  • (tender) adj delicate, tenere
  • (tender) adj tenere, delicate
  • ~ plant n sensitiva
  • ~ plant, mimosa [Bot] n mimosa
  • ~ , sensory adj sensitive

sensitivity n sensibilitate

sensitization n sensibilisation

sensitize v sensibilisar

sensitizer n sensibilisator

sensor [Elect] n sensor

sensorial adj sensorial

sensorium n sensorio

sensory, sensitive adj sensitive

sensual (as in sensual pleasures) adj sensual

  • adj sensual, voluptuose
  • adj voluptuose, sensual

sensualism (1. addiction to sensual indulgence; 2. Philos] (sensationalism) n sensualismo

sensualist, sensationalist [Philos] n sensualista

sensuality n sensualitate

sensualize (make sensual) v sensualisar

sensually adv sensualmente, voluptuosemente

  • adv voluptuosemente, sensualmente

sensuous adj sybaritic, voluptuose

  • adj voluptuose, sybaritic

sentence (judicial) n judicamento, judicio, sententia

  • (judicial) n judicio, sententia, judicamento
  • (judicial) n sententia, judicamento, judicio
  • [Gram] n phrase
  • [Law] n sententia
  • [Law] v sententiar
  • v sententiar

sententious adj sententiose

sentient adj sentiente

sentiment n sentimento

sentimental adj sentimental

sentimentalism n sentimentalismo

sentimentalist n sentimentalista

sentimentality n sentimentalitate

sentimentally adv sentimentalmente

sentinel n guardia, sentinella

  • n sentinella, guardia

sentry box n guarita

  • ~ duty n sentinella
  • n faction, sentinella, guardia
  • n guardia, faction, sentinella
  • n sentinella, guardia, faction
  • ~ , watch, guard n faction

sentry-box n guarita

sepal n sepalo

separable adj separabile

  • ~ , dissociable adj dissociabile

separate (a couple) v disaccopular

  • (put apart) v separar
  • (put or keep apart) v separar
  • adj distincte, independente, separate
  • adj independente, separate, distincte
  • adj separate
  • adj separate (pp of separar)
  • adj separate, distincte, independente
  • ~ into segments, segment v segmentar
  • v appartar
  • v secerner
  • v secerner -cern-/-cret-]
  • ~ , alone, single adj singule
  • ~ , sift v cerner
  • ~ , sift v cerner cern-/-cret-]

separater, one who separates n separator

separating (act of) n appartamento

separation n separation

separatism n separatismo

separatist n separatista

separative adj separative

separator n separator

sepsis [Med] n sepsis

  • [Med] n sepsis (sép-)

September n septembre

septemvir [Rom. Antiq] n septemviro

  • [Rom. Antiq] n septemviro (-tém-)

septemviral adj septemviral

septemvirate n septemvirato

Septentrion, the Dipper [Astron] n septentrion

septet [Mus] n septetto

septic adj septic

  • n septico

septicaemia, septicemia [Med] n septicemia

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

septicaemic, septicemic adj septicemic

septicemia, septicaemia [Med] n septicemia

  • ~ , septicaemia [Med] n septicemia (-ìa)

septicemic, septicaemic adj septicemic

septicity n septicitate

septuple (multiply by seven) v septuplar

  • v septuplicar
  • ~ , sevenfold adj septuple
  • ~ , sevenfold adj septuple (sép-)

sepulchral adj sepulcral

sepulchre n sepulcro

sequel (of story) n continuation

  • (result) n consequentia

sequence (1. sequence of things, events; 2. Eccl]) n sequentia

  • n sequentia

sequester [Law] v sequestrar

sequestration (of goods) Law] n sequestration

  • [Law] n sequestro

sequestrum [Med] n sequestro

sequin n dischetto brillante, zecchino

  • n zecchino, dischetto brillante

sequoia n sequoia

  • n sequoia (-quòia)

seraglio, harem n harem

  • ~ , serail n seralio

serail, seraglio n seralio

Serb, Serbian adj serbe

  • ~ , Serbian n serbo

Serbia n Serbia

Serbian, Serb adj serbe

  • ~ , Serb n serbo

Serbo-Croatian, Serbo-Croat (1. Serbo-Croatian language; 2 . native speaker of Serbo-Croatian) n serbocroato

  • ~ -Croatian, Serbo-Croat adj serbocroate

serenade n serenada

  • v facer un serenada
  • v facer un serenada (a)

serene adj seren

serenissimo n serenissimo

  • n serenissimo (-ìssimo)

serenity n serenitate

serf n servo (del gleba), villano

  • n servo, villano
  • n villano, servo
  • n villano, servo (del gleba)
  • ~ , slave n servo

serfdom, slavery, bondage n servage

  • ~ , slavery, bondage n servage (-aje)

sergeant [Mil] n sergente

  • [Mil] n sergente (-j-)
  • n sergente

sergeant-major n sergente-major

serial (periodical) n periodico

  • (story) n romance serial
  • adj serial

serialize v publicar in partes

series (in ~) phr in serie

  • n serie
  • ~ , succession (of doors) n infilada

serious (1. earnest; 2. as in serious in implications) adj serie

  • (1. earnest; 2. as in serious in implications) adj seriose
  • adj serie, seriose
  • adj seriose, serie

seriousness n serio

  • ~ , earnestness n serio

sermon n predica, sermon

  • n sermon
  • n sermon, predica
  • ~ , preachment n predica
  • ~ , preachment n predica (pré-)

sermonize, harangue v sermonisar

  • ~ , preach v sermonar

serology n serologia

  • n serologia (-ìa)

serotherapy n serotherapia

  • n serotherapia (-ìa)

serous adj serose

serpent eater, secretary bird n serpentaria

  • n serpente
  • ~ , snake n angue
  • ~ , snake n serpente

serpentaria, snakeroot [Bot] n serpentaria

serpentiform adj serpentiforme

serpentin, paper streamer n serpentino

serpentine (1. Hist/Ordn]; 2. Mineral]; 3. coil of a still) n serpentino

  • (1. of a snake; 2. tortuous, winding) adj serpentin

serpiginous adj serpiginose

serpigo [Pathol] n serpigine

serrate, serrated adj serrate

  • ~ , serrated adj serrate (pp of serrar)

serrated adj serrate

  • ~ , serrate adj serrate
  • ~ , serrate adj serrate (pp of serrar)

serum n sero

servant (person employed by another) n servitor

  • n domestico, serviente, servitor
  • n serviente
  • n serviente, servitor, domestico
  • n servitor, domestico, serviente

serve (be of service) v servir

  • (breeding) v montar
  • ~ again v reservir
  • v servir
  • ~ , cover [Breeding] v montar

serve-as v servir de

serves-you-right phr vos ha ben meritate isto

service (1. duties done or required; 2. helpful act or acts; 3. set of dishes) n servicio

  • (church ~) n servicio divin
  • (Internet - Provider) n Provisor de Servicios del Interrete
  • (tea ~) n servicio de the
  • n servicio
  • v mantener

serviceable adj servicial

  • ~ , diligent, ready to be of service adj servicial
  • ~ , useful adj servibile

serviceman n militar

service-station n station de gasolina, station de servicio

  • ~ -station n station de servicio, station de gasolina

serviette n servietta

servile (1. pertaining to slaves; 2. mean, base) adj servil

  • adj servil
  • ~ , slavish adj serve

servileness, servilism n servilismo

servilism, servileness n servilismo

servility n servilitate

serving as a warning to others (exemplary) adj exemplar

  • n portion

servitude (slavery, bondage) n servitude

sesqui- (more by one half) occurring in compounds] adv sesqui-

sesquialter, sesquialteral (one and a half times as great as another) adj sesquialtere

sesquialtera [Mus] n sesquialtera

  • [Mus] n sesquialtera (-àl)

sesquialteral, sesquialter (one and a half times as great as another) adj sesquialtere

sesquioxide [Chem] n sesquioxydo

  • [Chem] n sesquioxydo (-òx-)

sesquiped- (foot and a half) occurring in derivatives] n sesquiped-

sesquipedal, sesquipedalian adj sesquipedal

sesquipedalian, sesquipedal adj sesquipedal

sessile [Bot] adj sessile

session (session of a court) n session

  • n session

set (a clock) v regular

  • (a task, etc) v assignar, prescriber
  • (a task, etc) v prescriber, assignar
  • (china) n servicio
  • (collection) n collection, serie
  • (collection) n serie, collection
  • (fixed) adj fixe, immobile
  • (fixed) adj immobile, fixe
  • (golf clubs) n joco
  • (jelly, etc) vi congelar se, solidificar se
  • (jelly, etc) vi solidificar se, congelar se
  • (jewel) v incastrar
  • (kitchen utensils) n batteria
  • (music) v poner in musica
  • (people) n gruppo
  • (place) vt collocar, mitter, poner, placiar, situar
  • (place) vt mitter, poner, placiar, situar, collocar
  • (place) vt placiar, situar, collocar, mitter, poner
  • (place) vt poner, placiar, situar, collocar, mitter
  • (place) vt situar, collocar, mitter, poner, placiar
  • (radio, tv) n apparato
  • (ready) adj preparate, preste
  • (ready) adj preste, preparate
  • (sun) v poner se
  • (tennis) n set
  • (type) v componer
  • ~ a time limit for v prefinir
  • ~ afire, conflagrate v conflagrar
  • ~ alight, light v incender
  • ~ alight, light v incender -cend-/-cens-]
  • ~ free, release, let go v laxar
  • ~ of teeth, denture n dentatura
  • ~ on fire v incendiar
  • ~ on fire, fire v inflammar
  • ~ over against, oppose v contraponer
  • ~ over against, oppose v contraponer -pon-/-posit-]
  • ~ the price for, rate v taxar
  • ~ up, establish (a new order, method) v instaurar
  • ~ up, establish v eriger
  • ~ up, establish v eriger -rig-/-rect-]
  • ~ up, fit together [Mach] v adjustar
  • ~ , locate, place (in a particular place) v locar
  • ~ , shoot, cutting [Hort] n planton

set-about (attack) v attaccar

  • ~ -about (begin) v comenciar, poner se a
  • ~ -about (begin) v poner se a, comenciar

setaceous, bristly adj setacee

set-aside v poner a un latere

setback n reverso

  • ~ -back v retardar

setiferous, bristle-bearing adj setifere

setiform, bristle-shaped adj setiforme

set-off (leave) v partir

  • ~ -off (show up) v poner in relievo

seton [Surg] n seton

set-out v partir

setsquare n esquadra

settee n canape, divan, sofa

  • n divan, sofa, canape
  • n sofa, canape, divan

setter [Dogs] n setter

  • [Dogs] n setter A]

setting (arrangement) n arrangiamento

  • (as in setting of a jewel) n incastratura
  • (of jewel) n incastratura
  • (of sun) n poner
  • (theat) n scenario
  • ~ of prices, wages n taxation

settle (a question, quarrel, account) v regular

  • (as in to settle an annuity upon someone) v constituer
  • (as in to settle an annuity upon someone) v constituer -stitu-/-stitut-]
  • (determine) vt arrangiar, decider
  • (determine) vt decider, arrangiar
  • (dispute, question) v accommodar, componer, regular
  • (dispute, question) v componer, regular, accommodar
  • (dispute, question) v regular, accommodar, componer
  • v pagar, saldar
  • v saldar, pagar
  • vi establir se, stabilir se
  • vi stabilir se, establir se
  • ~ , balance [Commer] v saldar
  • ~ , discharge, pay (a debt, fine, bill) v pagar

settledown (calm down) v subsider

  • (put down roots) v installar se

settlement (colony) n colonia

  • (of account) n saldo
  • (of disagreement) n decision, regulamento, resolution
  • (of disagreement) n regulamento, resolution, decision
  • (of disagreement) n resolution, decision, regulamento
  • (of disputes) n accommodamento
  • ~ , balance (cash) Commer] n saldo
  • ~ , balance (cash) Commer] n saldo I]
  • ~ , settling (as in the settlement of an annuity upon someone) n constitution

settler n colono

  • ~ , colonist n colono

settle-up v regular contos

settling, settlement (as in the settlement of an annuity upon someone) n constitution

set-to v applicar se con vigor

set-up (establish) v constituer, establir, instaurar

  • ~ -up (establish) v establir, instaurar, constituer
  • ~ -up (establish) v instaurar, constituer, establir
  • ~ -up (machine) v adjustar
  • ~ -up (monument) v eriger

set-upon v attaccar

seven adj septe

  • ~ adj/n septe

sevenfold, septuple adj septuple

  • ~ , septuple adj septuple (sép-)

seventeen adj dece-septe

  • ~ adj/n dece-septe

seventeenth adj dece-septime

  • adj dece-septime (-sép-)

seventh [Mus] n septima

  • [Mus] n septima (sép-)
  • adj septime
  • adj septime (sép-)
  • n septimo

seventieth adj septagesime

  • adj septagesime (-ésime)
  • adj septantesime
  • adj septantesime (-ésime)

seventy adj septanta

  • ~ adj/n septanta

sever (cut) v secar

  • (relations) v rumper
  • (separate) v divider, separar
  • (separate) v separar, divider

several adj diverse, plure

  • adj plure
  • adj plure, diverse
  • ~ pron alicunos, plures
  • ~ pron plures
  • ~ pron plures (plù-)
  • ~ pron plures, alicunos
  • ~ , diverse adj varie

severe (1. not lenient; 2. as in severe style) adj sever

  • adj sever, stricte
  • adj stricte, sever

severeness, severity n severitate

severity n severitate

  • ~ , severeness n severitate

Sèvres n Sèvres

  • n Sèvres F]

sew v suer

  • v suer su-/sut-]

sewage n aquas cloacal

sewage-farm n station de purification

sewage-system n canalisation, systema de cloacas

  • ~ -system n systema de cloacas, canalisation

sewer (civil eng) n cloaca

  • (person) n suitor, suitrice
  • (person) n suitrice, suitor

sewing n sutura

sex (act) n coito

  • (category) n sexo
  • (libido) n libido, sexo
  • (libido) n sexo, libido
  • n sexo

sexagesimal adj sexagesimal

sexless, asexual adj asexual

Sext [Eccl] n sexta

sextant adj sextante

  • n sextante

sextet [Mus] n sextetto

  • n sextetto

sexton n sacrista, sacristano

  • n sacristano, sacrista
  • ~ , sacristan n sacrista
  • ~ , sacristan n sacristano

sextuple (multply by six) v sextuplicar

  • v sextuplar
  • ~ , sixfold adj sextuple
  • ~ , sixfold adj sextuple (séx-)

sexual (pertaining to the functions of sex) adj sexual

  • adj sexual

sexuality n sexualitate

sexually adv sexualmente

sexually-transmitted-disease (STD's) n maladia transmittite sexualmente

sexy adj sexy

Seychelles [Geog] n Insulas Seychelles

shabbiness, meanness n meschineria

  • ~ , meanness n meschineria (-ìa)

shabby, mean, paltry adj meschin

shack n cabana

shackle (on foot) n pedica

  • (on hand) n manilla
  • n manilla
  • n pedica
  • v incatenar

shade (as in light and shade) n umbra

  • (color) n tinta
  • (for lamp) n paralumine
  • (nuance) n nuance
  • (shadow) n umbra
  • v umbrar
  • ~ , darken (put shading in or on) v umbrar
  • ~ , hue, tint n tinta
  • ~ , nuance n nuance
  • ~ , nuance n nuance F]

shade-off v degradar

shading n degradation, transformation gradual

  • n transformation gradual, degradation
  • ~ off, graduation (of colors) n degradation

shadow (follow) v sequer

  • (shade) v umbrar
  • ~ boxing, sciamachy, sham fight n sciamachia
  • ~ boxing, sciamachy, sham fight n sciamachia (-ìa)
  • n umbra

shadowy (dark) adj obscur

  • (mysterious) adj mysteriose
  • (vague) adj indistincte

shady (of persons) adj dishoneste, suspecte

  • (of persons) adj suspecte, dishoneste
  • (shaded) adj umbratile, umbrose
  • (shaded) adj umbrose, umbratile
  • ~ , umbrageous adj umbratile
  • ~ , umbrageous adj umbrose

shaft (mech) n arbore

  • (of a column) n fuste
  • (of a spear, lance, harpoon) n fuste
  • (of column, tool) n fuste, trunco
  • (of column, tool) n trunco, fuste
  • (of light) n radio
  • (pit) n puteo
  • ~ , pit [Mineral] n puteo
  • ~ , quill n penna

shaggy adj hirsute, pilose

  • adj pilose, hirsute

shake (as in to shake a tree) v succuter

  • (as in to shake a tree) v succuter -cut-/-cuss-]
  • n succussa
  • ~ off v succuter
  • ~ off v succuter -cut-/-cuss-]
  • vi tremer, trepidar
  • vi trepidar, tremer
  • v iolently v concuter
  • v iolently v concuter -cut-/-cuss-]
  • vt agitar, succuter
  • vt succuter, agitar
  • ~ , shaking n succussa
  • ~ , tremble v trepidar
  • ~ , trill [Mus] n trillo

shake-hands v stringer le manos

shake-off v liberar se de

shake-up v agitar

shaking adj tremente, trepidante

  • adj trepidante, tremente
  • n succussa, tremulamento, vacillation
  • n tremulamento, vacillation, succussa
  • n vacillation, succussa, tremulamento
  • ~ , flickering (act of) n vacillation
  • ~ , flickering adj vacillatori
  • ~ , shake n succussa
  • ~ , trembling n tremulamento
  • ~ , tremor, trembling n tremor

shako n shako

shaky (shaking) adj tremulante, vacillante

  • (shaking) adj vacillante, tremulante
  • (unstable, weak) adj insecur, instabile
  • (unstable, weak) adj instabile, insecur

shall (auxiliary, future) v add stressed -a to the infinitive of verb

  • (How shall a young man cleanse his own way?) phr Como mundara un juvene su proprie via?
  • (I - go) phr io ira

shallow (of water) adj pauco profunde

  • ~ bowl, small basin n bassinetto
  • n basse fundo
  • ~ , superficial adj legier
  • ~ , superficial adj legier (-jér)

shallowness, superficiality n legieressa

  • ~ , superficiality n legieressa (-jer-)

sham (fraud) n fraude, impostura

  • (fraud) n impostura, fraude
  • (imitation) n imitation
  • (tawdry object) n auripelle
  • adj false, fingite, simulate
  • adj fingite, simulate, false
  • adj simulate, false, fingite
  • ~ fight, shadow boxing, sciamachy n sciamachia
  • ~ fight, shadow boxing, sciamachy n sciamachia (-ìa)
  • v finger, simular
  • v simular, finger
  • ~ , false adj posticie

shamble n traher le pedes

shambles (mess) n disordine, scena de confusion

  • (mess) n scena de confusion, disordine

shame (1. feeling of shame; 2. disgrace) n vergonia

  • (what a -!) phr qual pena!
  • n vergonia
  • v avergoniar
  • ~ , put to shame v avergoniar

shamefaced adj avergoniate, vergoniose

  • adj vergoniose, avergoniate

shameful adj scandalose, vergoniose

  • adj vergoniose, scandalose
  • ~ , disgraceful adj vergoniose

shameless adj impudente

shampoo n shampoo, shampooing

  • n shampooing, shampoo
  • v facer un shampoo
  • ~ , shampooing n shampooing
  • ~ , shampooing n shampooing A]

shampooing, shampoo n shampooing

  • ~ , shampoo n shampooing A]

shamrock n trifolio

  • n trifolio (de irlanda)

shandy n bibita componite de bira e limonada

shandygaff n bibita componite de bira e limonada

shank (leg) n gamba

  • (shaft) n fuste

shanty (hut) n cabana

  • (song) n canto de marineros

shape (cut) v taliar

  • (form) v configurar, conformar, formar
  • (form) v conformar, formar, configurar
  • (form) v formar, configurar, conformar
  • n figura, forma
  • n forma, figura
  • ~ , configure, form v configurar
  • ~ , form n faction
  • ~ , form n forma
  • ~ , form v conformar

shapeless adj informe, sin forma

  • adj sin forma, informe

shapely adj ben formate, elegante

  • adj elegante, ben formate

share (- a room) v divider un camera

  • (- a room) v divider un camera (con un persona)
  • (divide) v divider
  • (have in common) v posseder in commun
  • (use in common) v usar in commun
  • (what you get out) n parte, portion
  • (what you get out) n portion, parte
  • (what you put in) n contribution, quota
  • (what you put in) n quota, contribution
  • [Fin] n action
  • n fin
  • ~ , partake, participate v participar

share-certificate n certificato de actiones

shareholder n actionero

  • ~ , stockholder n actionero
  • ~ , stockholder n actionista

share-in v participar in, prender parte in

  • ~ -in v prender parte in, participar in

share-out v distribuer

sharer, participant n participante

sharing, participant adj participe

  • ~ , participant adj participe (-tì-)

shark n squalo

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

sharp (cutting) adj affilate, trenchante

  • (cutting) adj trenchante, affilate
  • (of mind) adj astute, intelligente, penetrante
  • (of mind) adj intelligente, penetrante, astute
  • (of mind) adj penetrante, astute, intelligente
  • (of taste) adj acerbe, acre
  • (of taste) adj acre, acerbe
  • (pointed) adj acute
  • [Mus] n acute
  • adj Photog]
  • adv al puncto
  • ~ , cutting adj trenchante
  • ~ , cutting adj trenchante (-sh-) (ppr of trenchar)

sharpen (make sharp) v acutiar

  • (make sharp) v acutiar, affilar
  • (make sharp) v affilar, acutiar
  • (pencil) v appunctar
  • ~ , acuminate v acuminar
  • ~ , point v appunctar
  • ~ , whet v affilar

sharpener (one who sharpens) n acutiator

  • ~ , sharpening machine n affilatoria

sharpening machine, sharpener n affilatoria

  • n acutiamento

sharpness n acutessa

  • ~ , acuteness n acutessa

sharpshooter, marksman n tirator

shatter (smash) vt fracassar

  • vi fracassar se

shave n rasura

  • v disbarbar
  • v rasar
  • v rasar (se)
  • ~ , shaving n rasura

shaving n rasura

  • ~ , shave n rasura

shaving-brush n brossa de rasar

shaving-cream n crema de rasar

shawl n chal

  • n chal (sh)

she pron illa

  • ~ pron pers ella
  • ~ pron pers illa

sheaf n fasce

shear vi rumper se

  • vt tonder
  • ~ , clip v tonder
  • ~ , clip v tonder tond-/tons-]

shearer, clipper (one who shears, clips) n tonsor

shearing, clipping etc. (act of) n tonsura

shears n cisorios

sheatfish, silurus [Zool] n siluro

sheath (for sword) n vaina

  • n anat/bot/zool
  • n vagina
  • ~ , scabbard n vaina
  • ~ , scabbard n vaina (-ìna)

sheathe (a sword) v invainar

  • v invainar

sheather, scabbard maker n vainero

she-bear n ursa

she-cat n catta

shed (blood) v effunder, versar

  • (blood) v versar, effunder
  • (leaves) v perder
  • n barraca, cabana
  • n cabana, barraca
  • ~ tears, weep v lacrimar
  • ~ , effuse, pour out, pour forth v effunder
  • ~ , effuse, pour out, pour forth v effunder -fund-/-fus-]

she-devil n diabolessa

sheen n lustro

sheep n ove

sheep-dog n can de pastor

sheepfold n oviario

  • ~ -fold n ovil

sheepish adj timide, vergoniose

  • adj vergoniose, timide

sheep-shed n barraca de oves

sheep-skin n pelle de ove

sheer (by - force) adv de vive fortia

  • (of cloth) adj diaphane
  • (pure) adj absolute, pur
  • (pure) adj pur, absolute
  • adv verticalmente

sheer-off v deviar

sheet (for bed) n drappo de lecto

  • (of metal) n lamina, platta
  • (of metal) n platta, lamina
  • (of paper) n folio
  • ~ metal n latta

sheet-metal n latta

sheikh n sheik

shelf (as in book shelf) n planca

  • (ledge) n planca
  • (sandbank) n sicca
  • ~ , sandbank n sicca

shell (mil) n granata

  • (of crab) n carapace
  • (remove shell) v disgranar, enuclear, scaliar
  • (remove shell) v enuclear, scaliar, disgranar
  • (remove shell) v scaliar, disgranar, enuclear
  • (seashell) n concha
  • [Gen] n scalia
  • n Fig]
  • v bombardar
  • ~ , bomb, bombard v bombar
  • ~ , grenade [Mil] n granata
  • ~ , husk, hull v scaliar
  • ~ , test [Zool] n testa
  • ~ , testa [Bot] n testa
  • ~ , thresh, thrash, flail v disgranar

shellac n gumma lacca

sheller (one who or that which shells) n disgranator

shellfish n crustaceo, mollusco

  • n mollusco, crustaceo

shelling, threshing, flailing (act of) n disgranamento

shell-shaped, conchiform adj conchiforme

shelter (lodge) v albergar

  • (lodge) v albergar (se)
  • (lodging) n albergo
  • (protect) v proteger se
  • (protection) n protection
  • (refuge) n refugio
  • ~ , lodge v albergar
  • ~ , lodging n albergo
  • ~ , take in v recolliger
  • ~ , take in v recolliger -lig-/-lect-]

shelve (books, etc) vt mitter sur plancas

  • (delay) v ajornar, remitter indefinitemente
  • (delay) v remitter indefinitemente, ajornar
  • (slope) vi formar declivitate, inclinar se
  • (slope) vi inclinar se, formar declivitate

shelving (boards) n plancage

  • (delay) n ajornamento
  • adj inclinate

Shem n Sem

she-mule n mula

sheol n hades, sheol

  • n sheol, hades

shepherd n pastor

  • v guidar

sherbet n sorbet

sheriff n sheriff

sherry (vino de) n jerez, sherry

  • (vino de) n sherry, jerez

shield (heraldry) n scuto

  • (protect) v proteger
  • n protection
  • n scuto
  • v indust
  • ~ , buckler n scuto

shift (- key) n clave majusculas

  • (change) n cambiamento
  • (get rid of) v eliminar
  • (transfer) v cambiar (de sito), displaciar, transferer
  • (transfer) v cambiar, displaciar, transferer
  • (transfer) v displaciar, transferer, cambiar
  • (transfer) v displaciar, transferer, cambiar (de sito)
  • (transfer) v transferer, cambiar (de sito), displaciar
  • (transfer) v transferer, cambiar, displaciar
  • (trick) n expediente
  • ~ from its place, displace v dislocar
  • n indust
  • vi cambiar, mover se, transferer se
  • vi mover se, transferer se, cambiar
  • vi transferer se, cambiar, mover se

shiftless adj inefficace, pigre, sin energia

  • adj pigre, sin energia, inefficace
  • adj sin energia, inefficace, pigre

shiftwork n travalio per tornos

shifty adj dishoneste, furtive

  • adj furtive, dishoneste

shilling n shilling

  • n shilling A]

shimmer n lucentia tremulante

  • v lucer, relucer, scintillar
  • v relucer, scintillar, lucer
  • v scintillar, lucer, relucer

shin (meat) n garretto

  • [Anat] n crure, tibia, parte anterior del tibia
  • [Anat] n parte anterior del tibia, crure, tibia
  • [Anat] n tibia, parte anterior del tibia, crure
  • v montar con manos e gambas

shine (1. to send out or reflect light; 2. to be eminent, conspicuous) v brillar

  • n fulgiditate, lucentia
  • n lucentia, fulgiditate
  • v lucer
  • vi brillar, relucer
  • vi relucer, brillar
  • vt facer brillar, lustrar
  • vt lustrar, facer brillar
  • ~ , be resplendent v resplender
  • ~ , be resplendent v splender
  • ~ , brilliance, fulgidity n fulgiditate
  • ~ , glitter v relucer

shingle (stone) n calculo

  • (tile) n tegula de ligno

shingles [Med] n herpete

shining adj brillante, lucente, lustrose

  • adj lucente, lustrose, brillante
  • adj lustrose, brillante, lucente
  • ~ , bright adj lucide
  • ~ , bright adj nitide
  • ~ , fulgid adj fulgide
  • ~ , lustrous adj lustrose
  • ~ , shiny, bright adj lucente
  • ~ , shiny, bright adj lucente (ppr of lucer)

shiny adj lucente

  • ~ , bright, shining adj lucente
  • ~ , bright, shining adj lucente (ppr of lucer)

ship (embark) v imbarcar

  • (send) v expedir, inviar
  • (send) v inviar, expedir
  • n nave
  • n nave, vascello
  • n vascello, nave

shipbuilder n constructor de naves

shipbuilding n construction naval

shipment (embarkation) n imbarcamento

  • (goods) n cargo

shipowner n armator

shipping (ships) n naves

  • (transport) n imbarcamento
  • ~ office, shipping service n messageria
  • ~ office, shipping service n messageria (-ajerìa)
  • ~ service, shipping office n messageria
  • ~ service, shipping office n messageria (-ajerìa)

shipping-office n agentia de navigation, messageria

  • ~ -office n messageria, agentia de navigation

shipshape adj in bon ordine

shipwreck n naufragio

shipwrecked (be ~) v naufragate

  • (be ~) v naufragate (esser ~)
  • adj naufrage
  • adj naufrage (nàu-)
  • ~ person n naufrago
  • ~ person n naufrago (nàu-)

shipyard n cantier naval, sito de constructiones naval

  • n sito de constructiones naval, cantier naval

shire n contato

shirk vi negliger su deberes

  • vt eluder, evitar
  • vt evitar, eluder

shirt (in - sleeves) phr in manicas de camisa

  • n camisa

shirtmaker n camisero

shirtshop n camiseria

  • n camiseria (-ìa)

shish-kebab n carne marinate cocite al spito, chich-kebob

  • ~ -kebab n chich-kebob, carne marinate cocite al spito

shitty adj cacate, merdose

  • adj merdose, cacate

shivaree, charivari, belling n charivari

  • ~ , charivari, belling n charivari (sharivarì)

shiver n fremito

  • v fremer, tremer
  • v tremer, fremer
  • ~ , tremble, quiver v fremer
  • ~ , tremor, quiver n fremito
  • ~ , tremor, quiver n fremito (fré-)

shoal (of fish) n banco

  • (shallow point) n banco, basse fundo
  • (shallow point) n basse fundo, banco
  • ~ , bank n banco

shock (collision, impact) n choc

  • (collision, impact) n choc (sh-)
  • (electric ~) n succussa electric
  • (hurt the sensibilities of) v choccar
  • (hurt the sensibilities of) v choccar (sh-)
  • (offend) v scandalisar
  • n gen/med
  • v gen/med

shock-absorber n amortisator

shocking adj choccante, shocking

  • adj shocking, choccante

shoddy adj inferior, mal facite

  • adj mal facite, inferior
  • n lana regenerate

shoe (a horse) v ferrar

  • n calceo, scarpa
  • n scarpa
  • n scarpa, calceo
  • ~ slipper n calceo
  • v ferrar
  • v ferrar (un cavallo)

shoeblack, bootblack n lustra-scarpas

  • ~ , bootblack n lustra-scarpas (-scàr-)

shoehorn n calceator

shoeing (a horse) (action of) n ferratura

shoelace n cordon de scarpas

shoemaker n bottinero

  • n bottinero, scarpero
  • n scarpero, bottinero
  • ~ , bootmaker n scarpero

shoepolish n cera de scarpas

shoeshop n boteca de calceos/scarpas, scarperia

  • n scarperia, boteca de calceos/scarpas

shoestring (shoelace) n cordon de scarpas

shofar, shophar n shophar

  • ~ , shophar n shophar Heb]

shogun n shogun

  • n shogun J]

shoo interj va!

shoo-away v chassar

shoot (a gun) v discargar, tirar

  • (a gun) v tirar, discargar
  • (a projectile) v lancear
  • (dash) vi lancear se, precipitar
  • (dash) vi precipitar, lancear se
  • (execute) vt fusilar
  • (film) v filmar
  • (football) v tirar a goal
  • (kill) v occider
  • (sport) n partita de chassa
  • n bot
  • ~ off, shoot v tirar
  • ~ out leaves foliar, leaf, leave v foliar
  • ~ with an arrow (someone) v flechar
  • ~ with an arrow (someone) v flechar (-shar)
  • ~ , cutting, set [Hort] n planton
  • ~ , execute, fusilade v fusilar
  • ~ , shoot off v tirar

shoot-down v abatter

shooting (firing) n tiro

  • (sport) n chassa
  • ~ , firing n tiro

shoot-up v montar rapidemente

shop (closed ~) n officina clause

  • (small) n boteca
  • (store) n magazin
  • (talk ~) v parlar del mestiero
  • ~ assistant n Fem]
  • ~ assistant n Masc]
  • n indust
  • v facer compras/emptiones
  • ~ , store n boteca
  • ~ , store n magazin

shop-floor n fabrica

shophar, shofar n shophar

  • ~ , shofar n shophar Heb]

shopkeeper n botechero, negotiante

  • n negotiante, botechero
  • ~ , storekeeper n botechero

shoplifter n furtator de magazines

shoplifting n furto de magazines

shopper n comprator

shopping (act) v le comprar in botecas

  • (go ~) v facer comprar
  • (goods) n acquisitiones, compras
  • (goods) n compras, acquisitiones

shopping-bag n sacco a provisiones

shopping-centre n zona commercial

shop-steward n delegato syndical

shopwindow n vitrina

shore (bank) n ripa

  • (coast) n costa, litore
  • (coast) n litore, costa
  • (prop) n appoio

shore-up v appoiar

short (in ~) adv al fin, in summa

  • (in ~) adv in summa, al fin
  • (insufficient) adj insufficiente
  • (not long) adj breve, curte
  • (not long) adj curte
  • (not long) adj curte, breve
  • (rude) adj brusc
  • (small) adj de parve statura
  • adv bruscamente
  • ~ line n lineetta
  • ~ line n lineetta (-ne-étta)
  • ~ story, novelette n novella
  • ~ , brief adj breve

shortage n carentia, insufficientia

  • n insufficientia, carentia

short-circuit n curte circuito

  • ~ -circuit v curte-circuitar

shortcoming n defecto, imperfection

  • n imperfection, defecto

short-cut n via directissime

shorten v abbreviar, accurtar, curtar

  • v accurtar, curtar, abbreviar
  • v curtar, abbreviar, accurtar
  • ~ , make shorter v accurtar
  • ~ , make shorter v curtar

shortening (act of making shorter) n accurtamento

shortfall n deficit

shorthand (write ~) v stenographiar

  • n stenographia
  • ~ , stenography n stenographia
  • ~ , stenography n stenographia (-ìa)

shorthanded adj curte de personal

shorthand-typist n stenodactylographa

shortlived adj de breve duration

shortly adv in pauco, proximemente

  • adv proximemente, in pauco
  • ~ , soon adv proximemente

shortness n curtitate

shorts (short trousers) n pantalones curte

  • (underpants) n calceones

short-sighted adj lit/fig

  • ~ -sighted, near-sighted, myopic adj myope

short-sightedness n lit/fig

  • ~ -sightedness, near-sightedness, myopia n myopia
  • ~ -sightedness, near-sightedness, myopia n myopia (-ìa)

short-story n conto, novella

  • ~ -story n novella, conto
  • ~ -story writer, novelette writer n novellista

short-tempered adj brusc, irritabile

  • ~ -tempered adj irritabile, brusc

short-term adj. phr a termino curte

short-waves n undas curte

shot (action of shooting) n tiro

  • (bullet) n balla
  • (cinema) n sequentia
  • (cinema) n sequentia (filmic)
  • (lead) n plumbo
  • (person) n tirator
  • (snap) n photo
  • (stroke) n colpo

shotgun n fusil de chassa

should v deberea

  • v deberea (+ infin.)

shoulder (as in to carry on one's shoulders) n humero

  • (as in to carry on one's shoulders) n humero (hù-)
  • (carry) v portar super le spatula
  • (push) v pulsar con le spatulas
  • ~ blade, omoplate n omoplate
  • ~ blade, scapula n scapula
  • ~ blade, scapula n scapula (scà-)
  • n humero, spatula
  • n spatula, humero
  • v Fig]

shoulder-blade n omoplate, scapula

  • ~ -blade n scapula, omoplate

shout n clamor, crito

  • n crito, clamor
  • v critar

shove n pulsata

  • v pulsar

shovel (large) n pala

  • (small) n paletta
  • v mover con pala
  • ~ , peel, scoop n pala

show (a film) v projectar

  • (appearance) n apparentia, semblantia
  • (appearance) n semblantia, apparentia
  • (display) n monstra
  • (exhibit) v exponer
  • (exhibition) n exposition
  • (indicate) v indicar
  • (Manifest) vt monstrar
  • (pomp) n pompa
  • (prove) v demonstrar
  • (reveal) v revelar
  • n Theat]
  • ~ off, display v ostentar
  • ~ through v transparer
  • v monstrar
  • v ostender
  • v ostender -tend-/-tent-/-tens-]
  • vi monstrar se, revelar se
  • vi revelar se, monstrar se
  • ~ window n vitrina
  • ~ window, display window n monstra
  • ~ , display n monstra
  • ~ , make clear v arguer
  • ~ , play [Theat] n spectaculo
  • ~ , play n ludo

show-business n mundo del spectaculo

showcase n monstra, vitrina

  • n vitrina, monstra
  • ~ , cabinet n vitrina

showdown n confrontation, momento decisive

  • n momento decisive, confrontation

shower (of rain) n pluvia

  • (of rain) n pluvia (passager)
  • (toilet) n ducha
  • ~ bath, shower n ducha
  • ~ bath, shower n ducha (-sh-)
  • v inundar
  • ~ , shower bath n ducha
  • ~ , shower bath n ducha (-sh-)

showerproof adj a proba de pluvia, impermeabile

  • adj impermeabile, a proba de pluvia

showing a deficit adj deficitari

show-jumping n concurso hippic

showmanship n talento de organisar spectaculos capacitate propagandistic

show-off v ostentar, paradar

  • ~ -off v paradar, ostentar

showplace n attraction, centro touristic

  • n centro touristic, attraction

showroom n sala/salon de exposition

show-through v transparer

show-up v revelar

  • ~ -up v revelar (se)

showy n ostentatiose, pretentiose

  • n pretentiose, ostentatiose

shrapnel n shrapnel

  • n shrapnel A]

shred n fragmento, retalio

  • n retalio, fragmento
  • v lacerar
  • ~ , clipping, cutting n retalio

shrew [Zool] n musaranea

  • n Fig]
  • n zool

shrewd adj astute, perspicace

  • adj perspicace, astute

shrewdness n perspicacitate, sagacitate

  • n sagacitate, perspicacitate

shriek n crito acute

  • v critar

shrill adj acute, argute

  • adj argute, acute
  • ~ , noise, make a harsh v strider

shrimp [Ichthyol] n crangon

  • n crangon

shrine (altar, chapel) n altar, cappella

  • (altar, chapel) n altar, cappella (consacrate a un sancto)
  • (altar, chapel) n cappella (consacrate a un sancto), altar
  • (altar, chapel) n cappella, altar
  • (reliquary) n reliquario
  • (tomb) n tumba de un sancto
  • ~ , reliquary n reliquario

shrink v contraher

  • v contraher (se)

shrink-back v recular

shrink-from (be repulsed) v sentir repugnantia a

  • ~ -from (not fear) v repugnar a

shrivel vi corrugar se, marcer, marcescer

  • vi marcer, marcescer, corrugar se
  • vi marcescer, corrugar se, marcer
  • vt corrugar, crispar
  • vt crispar, corrugar
  • ~ , contract v crispar

shriveling, crispation, contraction n crispation

shriven, confessed adj confesse

shroud n sudario

  • v inveloppar, velar
  • v inveloppar, velar (in un sudario)
  • v velar (in un sudario), inveloppar
  • v velar, inveloppar

shrove (- tuesday) n martedi del carneval, quinquagesima

  • (- tuesday) n quinquagesima, martedi del carneval
  • ~ Sunday n Quinquagesima
  • ~ Sunday n Quinquagesima (-gé-)

Shrovetide, carnival n carneval

shrub n arbusto

  • ~ , bush n arbusto

shrubbery n arbustada, plantation de arbustos, arbusteto

  • n arbusteto, arbustada, plantation de arbustos
  • n plantation de arbustos, arbusteto, arbustada

shrug v altiar

  • v altiar (le spatulas/humeros)

sht n caca, cacada, merda

  • n cacada, merda, caca
  • n merda, caca, cacada
  • v cacar, excretar
  • v excretar, cacar

shudder (of human) n fremito

  • (of human) n fremito (de horror)
  • (of human) v fremer
  • (of human) v fremer (de horror)
  • (of vehicle) n vibration
  • (of vehicle) v vibrar

shuffle vi ir trainante le pedes

  • vt miscer
  • vt miscer (cartas)

shuffle-off v liberar se de

shun v evitar

  • ~ , avoid v evitar

shunning, avoiding (act of) n evitation

shunt [Elec] n derivation

  • [Elec] n shunt
  • [Elec] n shunt A]
  • n Elec]
  • v facer le manovra de, manovrar
  • v manovrar, facer le manovra de

shunting [RR] n manovra

shut adj clause

  • ~ up, seclude v recluder
  • ~ up, seclude v recluder -clud-/-clus-]
  • v clauder
  • v clauder (se)

shut-down v clauder

  • ~ -down v clauder (se)

shut-in v recluder

shut-off v interrumper, isolar, separar

  • ~ -off v isolar, separar, interrumper
  • ~ -off v separar, interrumper, isolar

shut-out v excluder

shutter (of a window) n persiana

  • n Photog]
  • ~ , blind n persiana

shuttle n navetta

shuttlecock n volante

shut-up (confine) v confinar, recluder

  • ~ -up (confine) v recluder, confinar
  • ~ -up interj tace!

shy adj diffidente, reservate, timide

  • adj reservate, timide, diffidente
  • adj timide, diffidente, reservate
  • v lanciar

shyness n diffident, timiditate

  • n timiditate, diffident

si, ti [Mus] n si

sialagogic, saliva-producing, sialagogue adj sialagoge

sialagogue [Med] n sialagogo

  • ~ , sialagogic, saliva-producing adj sialagoge

sialo-, sial- (saliva) occurring in derivatives and compounds] n sialo-

Siam n Siam

Siberia n Sibiria

Siberian adj sibirian

  • adj sibiric
  • n sibiriano

sibilant sibilante adj sibilante

  • ~ sibilante adj sibilante (ppr of sibilar)

sibilate, hiss v sibilar

sibilation n sibilation

sibyl [Gr. and Rom. Mythol] n sibylla

sibylline adj sibyllin

siccative adj siccative

Sicilian adj sicilian

  • adj sicilian
  • n sicil
  • n siciliano

Siciliana [Dancing] n siciliana

Sicily n Sicilia

  • n sicilian

sick (be ~) v esser malade

  • (ill) adj infirme, malade
  • (ill) adj malade, infirme
  • (real ~) v nausear
  • (vomit) v vomir
  • ~ , ill adj malade

sicken vi cader malade

  • vt disgustar, repugnar
  • vt repugnar, disgustar

sickening adj disgustose, nauseabunde

  • adj nauseabunde, disgustose

sickle n falce

sickle-bearing, scythe-bearing adj falcifere

sickly (nauseating) adj nauseabunde

  • (pale) adj pallide
  • (weak) adj debile, infirme
  • (weak) adj infirme, debile

sickness n maladia

  • ~ , illness n maladia(-ìa)

sickroom, infirmary n infirmeria

  • ~ , infirmary n infirmeria (-ìa)

side (- with) v prender le parte de

  • (edge) n latere
  • (flank) n flanco
  • (in dispute) n parte
  • (lateral) adj lateral
  • (of gramophone record) n facie
  • (on the farther ~) phr trans, ultra
  • (on the farther ~) phr ultra, trans
  • (secondary) adj secundari
  • [Anat] n latere
  • ~ dish n intramesso
  • n latere
  • ~ to side phr de latere a latere
  • ~ with v prender le parte de
  • ~ , scene, wing [Theat] n coulisse
  • ~ , scene, wing [Theat] n coulisse F]

side-board n buffet, credentia

  • n credentia
  • ~ -board n credentia, buffet
  • ~ , buffet n buffet
  • ~ , buffet n buffet F]

side-burns n barbas lateral

side-car n sidecar

side-effect [Med] n sequela

  • ~ -effect n effecto secundari

side-light (extra information) n information incidental

  • ~ -light (of car) n lumine lateral

side-line n activitate secundari

side-long adj lateral, oblique

  • ~ -long adj oblique, lateral

sidereal [Astron] adj sideral

siderite (native ferrous carbonate) Mineral] n siderite

sidero-, sider- (iron) occurring in derivatives and compounds] n sidero-

side-road n cammino lateral

siderography n siderographia

  • n siderographia (-ìa)

siderolite n siderolitho

  • n siderolitho (-òlito)

sideroscope n sideroscopio

siderostat n siderostato

  • n siderostato (-ò-)

siderurgical, iron (as in iron ore) adj siderurgic

siderurgy, metallurgy or working of iron n siderurgia

  • ~ , metallurgy or working of iron n siderurgia (-ìa)

side-show (sideline) n cosa secundari

  • ~ -show (spectacle) n spectaculo

side-track v disviar del question principal

sidewalk n trottoir

  • ~ , pavement n trottoir
  • ~ , pavement n trottoir F]

sideways adv lateralmente, obliquemente

  • adv obliquemente, lateralmente

siding n via de parcamento

siege (act of besieging) n assedio

  • n assedio

sierra n serra

Sierra-Leone n Sierra Leone

siesta (nap) n siesta

  • n siesta

sieve (evidence) v examinar minutiosemente

  • (sift in a sieve) v cribrar, passar per un cribro, setassar
  • (sift in a sieve) v passar per un cribro, setassar, cribrar
  • (sift in a sieve) v setassar, cribrar, passar per un cribro
  • n cribro, setasso
  • n setasso, cribro
  • ~ , strainer n cribro

sievelike, cribriform adj cribrose

sift v cribrar

  • ~ , separate v cerner
  • ~ , separate v cerner cern-/-cret-]

sigh n suspiro

  • v suspirar

sigher n suspirator

sighing, groaning n gemimento

sight (at ~) phr a prime vista

  • (catch - of) v intervider
  • (device on a firearm) n mira
  • (lose - of) v perder de vista
  • (of gun) n mira
  • (out of ~) adj/adv invisibile
  • (view) n vista
  • v apperciper, observar
  • v observar, apperciper
  • ~ , vision (power of seeing) n viso

sighted n vidente

sightread v leger a prime vista

sightseeing (go ~) v visitar le monumentos

  • (tourism) n tourismo

sightvane, pinnule [Surv] n pinnula

sign (1. symbol, mark; 2. indication; 3. gesture, motion) n signo

  • (affix one's name to) v signar
  • (indication) n indicio
  • (of shop or inn) n insignia
  • (omen) n augurio
  • (on road) n indicator
  • (symbol, gesture) n signo
  • (trace) n tracia, vestigio
  • (trace) n vestigio, tracia
  • v signar
  • ~ , put one's signature to v firmar

signal (make known by a signal or signals) v signalar

  • adj notabile
  • n signal
  • v signalar
  • ~ , remarkable adj signalate
  • ~ , remarkable adj signalate (pp of signalar)

signal-box n cabina de signales

signaler n signaiator

signaling (act of) n signalamento

signalize (make notable) v signalar

signalman n signalator

signature (1. act of signing one's name; 2. Print]) n signatura

  • n firma
  • n signatura

signer n signator

significance (meaning, import) n significantia

  • n significantia

significant adj significante

  • adj significante (ppr of significar)
  • ~ , significative adj significative

significate, meaning n significato

signification (1. act of signifying or making known; 2. meaning) n signification

  • n signification

significative, significant adj significative

signifier n significator

signify (1. to make known, intimate; 2. to mean) v significar

  • v significar, voler dicer
  • v voler dicer, significar

sign-language n mimica linguage per signos

signpost n indicator

  • n indicator (stratal)

signwriter n pictor de litteras

sign-writing, sematography n sematographia

  • ~ -writing, sematography n sematographia (-ìa)

silence (1. noiselessness; 2. forbearance from speech) n silentio

  • n silentio
  • v silentiar

silencer [Technol] n silentiator

  • n silentiator

silent (1. quiet, noiseless; 2. saying little or nothing) adj silente

  • (1. quiet, noiseless; 2. saying little or nothing) adj silentiose
  • (be ~) v tacer
  • adj mute, silente
  • adj silente, mute
  • ~ , mute, dumb adj mute

Silesia (Upper (Lower) Silesia: Alte (Basse) Silesia) n Silesia

Silesian adj silesian

  • n silesiano

silex, silica n silice

  • ~ , silica n silice (sì-)

silhouette (show, represent, in silhouette) v silhouettar

  • n silhouette
  • n silhouette F]
  • v silhouettar

silica, silex n silice (sì-)

silicate n silicato

siliceous adj silicee

silicic adj silicic

silicification n silicification

silicifluoric adj silicifluoric

  • adj silicifluoric (-òric)

silicify (convert into silica) v silicificar

silicium, silicon n silicium

  • ~ , silicon n silicium (-lì-)

silicle silicula [Bot] n silicula

silicon, silicium n silicium

  • ~ , silicium n silicium (-lì-)

silicosis [Pathol] n silicosis

  • [Pathol] n silicosis (-òsis)

siliculose [Bot] adj siliculose

siliquose [Bot] adj siliquose

silk (ware) n seteria

  • (ware) n seteria (-rìa)
  • adj de seta
  • ~ factory or store n seteria
  • ~ factory or store n seteria (-rìa)
  • n seta

silkworm n larva de seta

silky adj setose

  • ~ , silken adj setose

sill (of window) n tabula

  • (threshold) n limine

silly adj fatue, stupide

  • adj stupide, fatue

silo n silo

  • n silo H]

silt n insablamento, sedimento

  • n sedimento, insablamento
  • ~ up v insablar
  • ~ up v insablar (se)
  • ~ , sand bank n insablamento

silting, stranding, running aground (act of) n insablamento

Silurus [Zool] n siluro

  • ~ , sheatfish [Zool] n siluro

Silvanus [Mythol] n Silvano

silver (in colour) adj argentee

  • (made of silver) adj de argento
  • n argento
  • ~ paper n folio de stanno
  • ~ plate n argenteria
  • ~ plate n argenteria (-ìa)
  • ~ plater, silverer n argentator
  • v argentar
  • ~ wedding n nuptias de argento
  • ~ , cover or plate with silver v argentar

silverer, silver plater n argentator

silverfish [Entom] n lepisma

silversmith n argentero

silvery (silver-colored) adj argentee

silviculture, forestry n silvicultura

silviculturist, forester n silvicultor

simian adj simian

  • adj simiesc

similar adj similabile

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

similarity n similaritate

similarly adv de modo similar

simile [Rhet] n simile

  • [Rhet] n similitude
  • n simile

similitude, likeness, resemblance n similitude

similor, imitation gold n similauro

simmer (let) v estufar

  • v subbullir
  • vi subbullir
  • vt estufar

simmer-down v calmar se

simmering n subbullimento

simonist (one practicing simony) n simonista

simony n simonia

  • n simonia (-ìa)

simoon n samum

  • n samum Ar]

simper v parlar/surrider in modo affectate

simple (1. not double or manifold; 2. not complicated) adj simple

  • (1. not double, not manifold; 2. not complicated) adj simplice
  • (1. not double, not manifold; 2. not complicated) adj simplice (sìm-)
  • (easy) adj facile
  • (not double, not complicated) adj simple, simplice
  • (not double, not complicated) adj simplice, simple

simple-minded adj ingenue, naive

  • ~ -minded adj naive, ingenue

simpleton n imbecille, ingenue, naive

  • n ingenue, naive, imbecille
  • n naive, imbecille, ingenue

simplicity n simplicitate

simplification n simplification

simplifier n simplificator

simplify v simplificar

simplism, oversimplification n simplismo

simply (quite) adv completemente, toto

  • (quite) adv toto, completemente
  • adv simplemente

simulacrum (1. image; 2. mock appearance, sham) n simulacro

simulate (feign) v simular

  • adj simulate
  • adj simulate (pp of simular)
  • v finger, simular
  • v simular, finger
  • ~ , feign, pretend, make believe v finger
  • ~ , feign, pretend, make believe v finger fing-/fict-]

simulation n simulation

simulator n simulator

simultaneity n simultaneitate

simultaneous adj simultanee

sin n peccato

  • v peccar
  • ~ , commit a sin v peccar
  • ~ -, Sino- (China) occurrmg in compounds] n Sin-

Sinai n Sinai

since (reason) conj proque

  • (time) conj pois que, post que
  • (time) conj post que, pois que
  • adv pois, postea
  • adv postea, pois
  • prep ab, desde, depost, depois
  • prep depois, ab, desde, depost
  • prep depost, depois, ab, desde
  • prep desde, depost, depois, ab
  • ~ , from prep ab
  • ~ , from prep desde

sincere (1. honest; 2. frank; 3. real, true) adj sincer

  • adj sincer

sincerely adv sincermente

sincerity n sinceritate

sincipital [Anat] adj sincipital

sinciput [Anat] n sincipite

  • [Anat] n sincipite (-cìp-)

Sind, Indus n Indo

sine [Math] n sino

  • [Math] n sinus
  • [Math] n sinus (si-)

sinecure n canonicato

  • n sinecura

sinecurism n sinecurismo

sinecurist n sinecurista

sinew [Anat] n tendine

  • n nervo

sinewy adj musculose

  • adj nervose
  • adj tendinose

sinful adj peccaminose

sing again v recantar

  • ~ as a tenor v tenorisar
  • v cantar

singable adj cantabile

singe v adurer

  • v adurer (se)

singer (female) n cantatrice

  • n cantator
  • n cantor
  • n Fem]

singing, art of singing n canto

single (not married) adj celibe

  • adj singule, sol
  • adj sol, singule
  • ~ out v individuar, seliger
  • ~ out v seliger, individuar
  • ~ out, individuate v individuar
  • ~ room n camera con un lecto
  • ~ , separate, alone adj singule
  • ~ , unmarried adj celibe
  • ~ , unmarried adj celibe (cé-)

single-handed adv sin adjuta

single-minded adj resolute

singleness, oneness n unicitate

singlet n subcamisa

single-track adj/n de via unic

singly adv individualmente, separatemente

  • adv separatemente, individualmente

singular (1. relating to a single person or thing; 2. unusual, uncommon, strange) adj singular

  • adj singular
  • n numero singular

singularity n singularitate

singularize, make distinct v singularisar

singularly adv singularmente

singultus, hiccup, hiccough n singulto

sinister (threatening, evil) adj sinistre

  • adj sinistre

sinistrogyrate adj sinistrogyr

sinistrorse [Bot] adj sinistrorse

sink (a ship) vt affundar

  • (differences) v supprimer
  • (dig) v excavar
  • (droop) vi clinar, declinar
  • (droop) vi declinar, clinar
  • (of ship) v affundar se, ir al fundo
  • (of ship) v ir al fundo, affundar se
  • n lava-plattos
  • ~ , droop v clinar

Sinn Fein n sinn fein

  • ~ Fein n sinn fein Ir]

sinner n peccator

Sino-Japanese adj sinojaponese

Sinologue, Sinologist n sinologo

  • ~ , Sinologist n sinologo (-òlogo)

Sinology n sinologia

  • n sinologia (-ìa)

sinuate, sinuated [Bot] adj sinuate

sinuosity n sinuositate

sinuous adj sinuose

sinus [Anat] n sino

  • [Anat] n sinus
  • [Anat] n sinus (si-)
  • n sino, sinus
  • n sinus, sino
  • ~ trouble, sinusitis [Pathol] n sinusitis
  • ~ trouble, sinusitis [Pathol] n sinusitis (-ìtis)

sinusitis, sinus trouble [Pathol] n sinusitis

  • ~ , sinus trouble [Pathol] n sinusitis (-ìtis)

sinusoid [Math] n sinusoide

sinusoidal [Math] adj sinusoidal

sip v sorber

  • ~ , sup v sorber
  • ~ , sup v sorber sorb-/sorpt-]

siphon (1. bent tube for transferring a liquid; 2. siphon bottle; 3. Zool]) n siphon

  • n siphon

siphonophore [Zool] n siphonophoro

  • [Zool] n siphonophoro (-nò-)

sir (mister) n senior

  • (title) n sir
  • adj senior

sire, begetter n genitor

siren (1. Mythol]; 2. as in the ship's siren) n sirena

  • n sirena

sirenian, siren, sirenical adj sirenie

sirloin n lumbo de bove

sirocco n sirocco

sister n soror

sister-in-law n soror affin

sisterly adj sororal

sistrum [Antiq] n sistro

sit (1. to be sitting or seated; 2. as in to sit in court, in council; 3. to fit) v seder sed-/-sess-;-sid-/-sess-]

  • (1. to be sitting or seated; 2. as in to sit in court, in council; 3. to fit) v seder
  • (be seated) v esser sedite, seder
  • (be seated) v seder, esser sedite
  • (by or near) v assider
  • (by or near) v assider -sid-/-sess-]
  • ~ on, brood (eggs) v covar
  • ~ phr Pol]

sit-down v seder se

site (building ~) n cantier de construction, terreno a construer

  • (building ~) n terreno a construer, cantier de construction
  • n implaciamento, sito
  • n sito
  • n sito, implaciamento
  • v situar
  • ~ , location n implaciamento

sito-, sit- (food) occurring in compounds] n sito-

sitomania [Psychol] n sitomania

  • [Psychol] n sitomania (-ìa)

sitophobia [Psychol] n sitophobia

  • [Psychol] n sitophobia (-ìa)

sit-out (a dance) v restar sedite durante

sitting adj sedente

  • n session
  • ~ , seated adj sedente

sitting-room n salon

situate v situar

situated adj site, situate

  • adj situate, site
  • ~ between the digits, interdigital adj interdigital
  • ~ beyond, thither, ulterior adj ulterior
  • ~ , placed adj site

situation (1. location, place; 2. condition, circumstance) n situation

  • (job) n posto
  • (place, condition) n situation

sit-up v tener se erecte

sitz bath, semicupium n semicupio

six (number ~) phr le numero sex

  • adj sex
  • ~ adj/n sex

sixfold, sextuple adj sextuple

  • ~ , sextuple adj sextuple (séx-)

sixteen (number ~) phr le numero dece-sex

  • adj dece-sex
  • adj se-dece
  • adj se-dece (sé-)
  • ~ adj/n dece-sex

sixteenth adj dece-sexte

  • n dece-sexto

sixth (fraction) n sexto

  • [Mus] n sexta
  • [Mus] sexta
  • adj sexte

sixtieth adj sexagesime

  • adj sexagesime (-ésime)
  • adj sexantesime
  • adj sexantesime (-ésime)
  • n sexantesimo

sixty adj sexanta

  • ~ adj/n sexanta

size (dimension) n dimension, grandor

  • (dimension) n grandor, dimension
  • (of garment) n talia
  • n Commer]
  • n Techn]
  • v classificar per dimension
  • v Techn]

sizeable adj satis grande

size-up v mesurar le capacitate de

sizzle v crepitar

skate (as in to glide along on skates) n patin

  • (cheap ~) phr parsimonioso
  • (fish) n raia
  • (for sport) n patin
  • (roller ~) n patin de rotas
  • v patinar

skater n patinator

skating (act or art of) n patinage

  • (act or art of) n patinage (-àje)
  • n patinage

skating-rink n pista de patinage

skedaddle v facer le sortita rapidemente, sortir

  • v sortir, facer le sortita rapidemente

skeletal [Anat] adj skeletic

skeletology n skeletologia

  • n skeletologia (-ìa)

skeleton (1. Anat]; 2. framework (of a house, ship) 3. outline, sketch) n skeleto

  • (1. Anat]; 2. framework (of a house, ship) 3. outline, sketch) n skeleto (ské-)
  • (1. as in skeleton crew; 2. emaciated) adj skeletic
  • n ossatura, skeleto
  • n skeleto, ossatura

skeleton-key n false clave

skeleton-staff n personal reducite

skeptic adj/n sceptic

  • ~ , Sceptic [Philos] n sceptico
  • ~ , sceptic n sceptico
  • ~ , sceptic, skeptical, sceptical adj sceptic

skeptical adj sceptical

  • ~ , sceptical, skeptic, sceptic adj sceptic

skeptically adv scepticalmente

skepticism, scepticism n scepticismo

sketch (1. to make a draft or sketch of; 2. to make a sketch or sketches) v schizzar

  • (1. to make a draft or sketch of; 2. to make a sketch or sketches) v schizzar (-tsar)
  • [Lit/Art] n schizzo
  • [Lit/Art] n schizzo I]
  • n designo, schizzo
  • n schizzo, designo
  • v designar, schizzar
  • v schizzar, designar
  • ~ , draw v designar

sketchbook n album de schizzos

sketcher, drawer n designator

sketchy adj incomplete, superficial

  • adj superficial, incomplete

skewer n spito

ski n ski

  • n ski Nor]
  • v skiar

skid (action) n derapage

  • (slide) n patin
  • v derapar

skier n skiator

skiff n skiff

skiing n le skiar

skilful, able adj habile

  • ~ , ingenious adj industriose

ski-lift n telephero de ski, teleski

  • ~ -lift n teleski, telephero de ski

skill n habilitate

  • ~ , ability n habilitate
  • ~ , ingenuity n industria

skilled adj experte, habile

  • adj habile, experte

skilled-worker n obrero specialisate

skillet maker n patellero

  • ~ , frying pan n patella

skilletful n patellata

skillful, skilful adj dextre, habile

  • ~ , skilful adj habile, dextre

skim (clear from scum) v scumar

  • (milk) v disbutyrar
  • vi passar al superficio, slissar
  • vi slissar, passar al superficio
  • vt scumar

skimmed adj scumate

skimmed-milk n lacte disbutyrate

skimmer (utensil used for skimming) n scumatoria

skim-milk n lacte disbutyrate

skimp v facer economias

skimpy adj magre, parsimoniose

  • adj parsimoniose, magre

skim-through v examinar superficialmente

skin (crust) n crusta

  • (true skin) n cute
  • [Anat] n cute
  • [Anat] n pelle
  • ~ coloring, complexion n carnation
  • n pelle
  • n pellicula
  • ~ -pellar v pellar
  • v pellar
  • v spoliar
  • ~ , remove the skin (of an animal) v spoliar

skin-deep adj superficial

skin-disease n maladia cutanee

skin-diving n exploration submarin autonome, pisca submarin

  • ~ -diving n pisca submarin, exploration submarin autonome

skinny adj discarnate, magre

  • adj magre, discarnate

skin-tight adj adherente adherente al pelle

skip (basket) n corbe

  • (container) n cupa
  • (gambol) n gambada
  • vi gambadar, saltar
  • vi gambadar, saltar (al corda)
  • vi saltar (al corda), gambadar
  • vi saltar, gambadar
  • vt omitter, saltar
  • vt saltar, omitter
  • ~ , leave out v saltar

skipper (captain) n capitano, patron

  • (captain) n patron, capitano
  • n Fig]

skirmish n scaramucia

  • v scaramuciar

skirmisher n scaramuciator

skirt n gonna

  • n gonnella
  • v costear

skirting board n socculo de ligno

skit n parodia, satira

  • n satira, parodia

skittish adj capriciose, coquette

  • adj coquette, capriciose

skittle n quillia

skulk v mover se furtivemente

skull n cranio

  • ~ , cranium n cranio

skunk (1. Zool]; 2. fur of the skunk) n skunk

  • (1. Zool]; 2. fur of the skunk) n skunk A]
  • n moffetta

sky n celo

sky-blue adj azur celeste, blau del celo

  • ~ -blue adj blau del celo, azur celeste

sky-high adv al nubes

skylark n aloda

  • v facer stupiditates, farsar
  • v farsar, facer stupiditates

skylight (in roof) n quadro vitrate

  • (in roof) n quadro vitrate (in le tecto)
  • (projecting) n lanterna

skyline n linea del horizonte

skyscraper n grattacelo

slab n tabula

  • ~ , plate, board, table n tabula
  • ~ , plate, board, table n tabula (tà-)

slack (coal) n pulvere de carbon

  • (of person) adj inerte, negligente
  • (of person) adj negligente, inerte
  • (of rope) adj laxe, sin tension
  • (of rope) adj sin tension, laxe
  • (of trade) adj languide, sin activitate
  • (of trade) adj sin activitate, languide
  • v negliger su labor

slacken (1. to slow down; 2. to reduce activity, intensity of efforts) v relentar

  • (loosen) vt disserrar, laxar
  • (loosen) vt laxar, disserrar
  • (slow down) v relentar
  • vi relentar se
  • ~ , loosen (something) v laxar

slackening, reduction of speed or activity n relentamento

slackness (of person) n negligentia

  • (of rope) n manco de tension

slacks n pantalones

slalom n slalom

slam (cards) n slam

  • v clauder (se) con ruito
  • v clauder con ruito

slander n calumnia, diffamation

  • n diffamation, calumnia
  • n maledicentia
  • v calumniar, diffamar
  • v diffamar, calumniar
  • ~ , calumniate v calumniar
  • ~ , calumny n calumnia

slanderer, denigrator n denigrator

slanderous adj calumniose, diffamatori

  • adj diffamatori, calumniose
  • adj maledicente

slang n argot, slang

  • n slang, argot
  • v injuriar

slant (point of view) n puncto de vista

  • (slope) n inclination
  • vi inclinar
  • vt modificar

slanted adj tendentiose

slanting adj oblique

slap n colpo de palma

  • v colpar con le palma, palmar
  • v palmar, colpar con le palma

slapdash adj impetuose, mal facite

  • adj mal facite, impetuose

slapstick adj buffoneria

slash n colpo de sabla

  • v sablar
  • ~ , saber v sablar

slat n lamina

slate (1. Mineral]; 2. roofing slate; 3. writing slate) n ardesia

  • (criticize) v criticar severmente
  • n ardesia
  • ~ quarry n ardesiera
  • v Pol]
  • ~ worker n ardesiero
  • ~ , slaty adj ardesiose

slaty, slate adj ardesiose

slaughter (animals) v macellar

  • (of animals) n macellamento
  • (of people) n carnage, massacro
  • (of people) n massacro, carnage
  • (people) v massacrar
  • ~ , butcher v macellar

slaughterhouse n abattitorio

  • n macello
  • ~ , abattoir n abattitorio

Slav n slavo

  • ~ , Slavic, Slavonic adj slave

slave (female) n serva

  • n Fem]
  • n masc/gen
  • n sclavo
  • v travaliar como un sclavo
  • ~ , serf n servo
  • ~ , slave's: (characteristic of a slave) adj sclave

slaver (1. slave trader; 2. slave ship) n negrero

slavery (stat(of being a slave) n sclavitude

  • n sclavitude, servitude
  • n servitude, sclavitude
  • ~ , bondage, serfdom n servage
  • ~ , bondage, serfdom n servage (-aje)

slave's:, slave (characteristic of a slave) adj sclave

Slavicism n slavismo

slavish adj servil

  • ~ , servile adj serve

Slavist n slavista

Slavonia n Slavonia

Slavonian (inhabitant of Slavonia) n slavono

  • ~ , Slavonic adj slavon

Slavonic (language) n slavono

  • ~ , Slavonian adj slavon

Slavophile adj slavophile

  • n slavophilo
  • n slavophilo (-ò-)

sleazy adj de mal fama

sledge hammer, mallet, beetle, ram n massa

  • n slitta, traha
  • n traha, slitta

sledgehammer n malleo

  • n malleo, massa
  • n massa, malleo

sleek adj lisie

sleep (go to ~) v addormir se

  • (put to ~) v sopir
  • n somno
  • v dormir

sleeper (beam) n transversa

  • (person) n dormiente

sleeping adj dormiente

  • ~ car [R.R] n sleeping-car
  • ~ car [R.R] n sleeping-car A]
  • n dormir, dormition
  • n dormition, dormir
  • ~ pill or potion, soporific n dormitivo
  • ~ tablet, sporific n somnifero
  • ~ tablet, sporific n somnifero (-nì-)

sleeping-bag n sacco de dormir

sleeping-car n wagon-lectos

sleeping-partner n socio commanditari

sleeping-pill n somnifero

sleeping-sickness n morbo del somno

sleepless adj insomne

  • ~ , insomnious adj insomne

sleeplessness n insomnia

sleepwalker, somnambulist n somnambulo

  • ~ , somnambulist n somnambulo (-àm-)

sleep-walking n somnambulismo

sleepy (feel ~) v haber somno

  • adj somnolente

sleet n nive miscite con pluvia

  • v nivar e pluver

sleeve [Clothing] n manica

  • n manica

sleeved vest (woman's) n camisola

sleigh n slitta, traha

  • n traha, slitta

sleight-of-hand n prestidigitation

slender adj gracile, svelte, tenue

  • adj svelte, tenue, gracile
  • adj tenue, gracile, svelte
  • ~ , slim adj gracile
  • ~ , slim adj svelte
  • ~ , tenuous, thin adj tenue

slenderness, slimness n gracilitate

slice (as in a slice of meat) n trencho

  • n trencho
  • v trenchar

slick (sleek, smooth) adj suave

  • adj astute, habile
  • adj habile, astute
  • n massa flottante
  • n massa flottante (de petroleo)

slide (action) n glissamento

  • (microscope) n porta-objecto
  • (track) n pista descendente
  • ~ down, fall, droop v laber
  • ~ down, fall, droop v laber lab-/laps-]
  • n Photog]
  • v glissar

slide-rule n regula de calculo

sliding adj glissante

  • ~ scale n scala

sliding-scale n scala mobile

slight (slim) adj svelte, tenue

  • (slim) adj tenue, svelte
  • (trivial) adj legier, superficial
  • (trivial) adj superficial, legier
  • (weak) adj delicate, fragile
  • (weak) adj fragile, delicate
  • n affronto
  • ~ trifling adj legier
  • ~ trifling adj legier (-jér)
  • v depreciar, disdignar
  • v disdignar, depreciar
  • ~ , trifling, unimportant adj tenue

slightly adv legiermente, un pauc

  • adv un pauc, legiermente

slightness, insignificance n tenuitate

  • ~ , trifling n legieressa
  • ~ , trifling n legieressa (-jer-)

slim (resources) adj insufficiente

  • (slender) adj gracile, svelte
  • (slender) adj svelte, gracile
  • v sequer un regime attenuante
  • ~ , slender adj gracile
  • ~ , slender adj svelte

slime (mire) n limo

  • (mud) n fango
  • (on fish) n humor viscose

slimness, slenderness n gracilitate

slimy adj coperite de limo, limose, viscose

  • adj limose, viscose, coperite de limo
  • adj viscose, coperite de limo, limose

sling (cast with a sling) v fundar

  • (for hoisting) n sling
  • (hang) v suspender
  • (shot) n funda
  • (throw) v jectar, lanciar
  • (throw) v lanciar, jectar
  • (use weapon) v fundar
  • (weapon) n funda
  • [Med] n bandage fundiforme

slink adv furtivemente

slinky (a - dress) phr un vestimento provocative

  • adj provocative

slip (dress) n subgonella

  • (error) (lapsus calami L], slip of the pen; lapsus linguae L], slip of the tongue) = n lapsus L]
  • (error) (lapsus calami L], slip of the pen; lapsus linguae L], slip of the tongue) = n lapsus
  • (error) n error, lapso
  • (error) n lapso, error
  • (paper) n scheda, schedula
  • (paper) n schedula, scheda
  • (slide) n glissada, glissamento
  • (slide) n glissamento, glissada
  • ~ of paper (containing writing) n schedula
  • ~ of paper n scheda
  • vi glissar facer passo false
  • vt insinuar, introducer, passar
  • vt introducer, passar, insinuar
  • vt passar, insinuar, introducer
  • ~ , underskirt, petticoat n subgonnella

slipper (bedroom) n pantofla

  • (footwear) n pantofla
  • (tech) n calceo, patin
  • (tech) n patin, calceo

slippery adj lubric

  • ~ , lubricous adj lubric
  • ~ , lubricous adj lubric (lù-)

slip-up v committer un error

slit n fissura, incision

  • n incision, fissura
  • v facer un incision, finder
  • v finder, facer un incision

slnner n peccator

slobber v bavar, salivar

  • v salivar, bavar

sloe n prunella

slog n labor ingrate

  • v laborar tenacemente

slogan n devisa publicitari, slogan

  • n slogan
  • n slogan A]
  • n slogan, devisa publicitari

sloop [Naut] n sloop

  • [Naut] n sloop A]
  • n chalupa
  • n chalupa (sh-)

slop (spill over) v disbordar, verter

  • (spill over) v verter, disbordar
  • n alimento semiliquide

slope (cause to slope) v scarpar

  • (down) v declinar
  • (downward) n declination
  • (of hill) n costa
  • (of hill) n costa, scarpa
  • (of hill) n scarpa, costa
  • (slant) n inclination
  • (slant) vi inclinar
  • (up) v montar
  • (upward) n montata
  • vt scarpar
  • ~ , scarp (face of a hill) n scarpa

sloppy (careless) adj pauco systematic

  • (in consistency) adj semiliquide
  • (muddy) adj fangose
  • (sentimental) adj sentimental

slot n cannellatura, fissura

  • n fissura, cannellatura
  • v cannellar

sloth (idleness) n indolentia, pigressa

  • (idleness) n pigressa, indolentia
  • n bradypo

slot-in v incastrar in le cannellatura

  • ~ -in v incastrar in le cannellatura (de un altere pecia)

slot-machine n venditor automatic

slouch (droop) v pender negligentemente

  • (sit) v seder pigremente

slough, cast skin (of a serpent etc.) n spolia

Slovak adj slovac

  • n slovaco

Slovakia [Geog] n Slovakia

  • n Slovachia
  • n Slovachia (-àkia)

Slovene n sloveno

  • ~ , Slovenian adj sloven

Slovenia [Geog] n Slovenia

  • n Slovenia

Slovenian n sloveno

  • ~ , Slovene adj sloven

slovenly adj negligente

slow (moving at slow speed) adj lente

  • (not fast) adj lente
  • (of clock) adj in retardo
  • (of intellect) adj obtuse, phlegmatic
  • (of intellect) adj phlegmatic, obtuse
  • ~ down, reduce speed v lentar
  • ~ , tardy adj tarde

slow-down v decelerar (se), relentar (se)

  • ~ -down v decelerar, relentar
  • ~ -down v relentar (se), decelerar (se)
  • ~ -down v relentar, decelerar

slowly adv lentemente

slowness n lentor

  • ~ , tardiness n morositate

slowpaced, tardigrade adj tardigrade

  • ~ , tardigrade adj tardigrade (-ì-)

sludge (mud) n fango

  • (oil) n residuo viscose

slug [Typog] n lingoto

  • n limace

sluggish (be ~) v torper

  • adj phlegmatic, torpide
  • adj torpide, phlegmatic

sluice n esclusa

  • ~ , floodgate n esclusa

slum (area) n quartiero basse

  • (building) n habitation inferior

slumber n somno

  • v dormir

slump n collapso de precios, depression

  • n collapso de precios, depression (economic)
  • n depression (economic), collapso de precios
  • n depression, collapso de precios
  • v cader

slur (insult) n affronto, calumnia

  • (insult) n calumnia, affronto
  • n mus
  • v pronunciar indistinctemente

slur-over v passar in silentio super

slush (mud) n fango

  • (snow) n nive semifundite
  • n sentimentalitate

slut n Amer

  • n femina immodeste, negligente
  • n negligente, femina immodeste

slutty (immodestly) adv immodestemente

  • adj immodeste, putanal, putanose
  • adj putanal, putanose, immodeste
  • adj putanose, immodeste, putanal

sly (furtive) adj furtive

  • (wily) adj astute
  • adj Archeol]

smack (blow) n colpo de palma

  • (boat) n barca de pisca
  • (taste) n sapor, tracia
  • (taste) n tracia, sapor
  • adv directemente
  • v colpar con le palma

smack-of v redoler de

small (little) adj minute, parve

  • (little) adj parve, minute
  • (of importance) adj de pauc importantia
  • (of stocks) adj exigue, restricte
  • (of stocks) adj restricte, exigue
  • (very small) adj insignificante, minuscule, pusille
  • (very small) adj minuscule, pusille, insignificante
  • (very small) adj pusille, insignificante, minuscule
  • ~ allowance, pittance n pitancia
  • ~ appendix or appendage, appendicle n appendicula
  • ~ bag n sacchetto
  • ~ basin, shallow bowl n bassinetto
  • ~ basket n corbetta
  • ~ bedroom, cubicle n cubiculo
  • ~ board, small plank n planchetta
  • ~ bowl, deep dish n scutella
  • ~ box or case n pyxide
  • ~ box or case n pyxide (pìx-)
  • ~ box, casket n cassetta
  • ~ boy or man n pusillo
  • ~ camera, kodak n kodak
  • ~ camera, kodak n kodak A]
  • ~ cup n cuppella
  • ~ cushion n cossinetto
  • ~ flower n floretta
  • ~ fort, fortalice n fortino
  • ~ horn, trumpet n cornetta
  • ~ kettle, boiler n caldieretta
  • ~ mallet n massetta
  • ~ nail or claw n unguiculo
  • ~ or lower case letter n minuscula
  • ~ piece n pecietta
  • ~ pincers, tweezers n pincette
  • ~ pincers, tweezers n pincette F]
  • ~ plank, small board n planchetta
  • ~ ring, annulet n anuletto
  • ~ room n cameretta
  • ~ shoe or slipper n calceolo
  • ~ shoe or slipper n calceolo (-é-)
  • ~ spade or shovel n paletta
  • ~ stone n calculo
  • ~ stream, brook n rivo
  • ~ tree n arboretto
  • ~ tube, tubule n tubulo
  • v essel, boat n imbarcation
  • v illa n villetta
  • ~ ware, notions n merceria
  • ~ ware, notions n merceria (-ìa)
  • ~ wedge, socket n calceolo
  • ~ wedge, socket n calceolo (-é-)
  • ~ wing, winglet n aletta
  • ~ , little adj parve

smaller adj minor, plus parve

  • adj plus parve, minor

smallest, minimal, least adj minime

  • ~ , minimal, least adj minime (mì-)

smallholding n parve ferma

small-letters n minusculos

small-minded n meschin

smallness n pusillitate

  • ~ , littleness n parvitate

smallpox n variola

  • ~ , variola [Med] n variola
  • ~ , variola [Med] n variola (-rì-)

small-talk n conversation de societate, conversation trivial

  • ~ -talk n conversation trivial, conversation de societate

small-ware dealer, dealer in notions n mercero

smaragd, emerald n smaragdo

smaragdine, emerald adj smaragdin

smaragdite [Mineral] n smaragdite

smart (clever) adj astute, intelligente

  • (clever) adj intelligente, astute
  • (elegant) adj chic, elegante
  • (elegant) adj elegante, chic
  • (hurt) v doler
  • (sting) v piccar
  • ~ , sting, bite v piccar

smarten v animar, imbellir

  • v imbellir, animar

smartness (appearance) n chic, elegantia

  • (appearance) n elegantia, chic
  • (cleverness) n intelligentia

smash (break in pieces) v fracassar

  • (break to pieces by violence) v fracassar
  • (collision) n collision
  • (destroy) vt annihilar, destruer
  • (destroy) vt destruer, annihilar
  • (noise) n fracasso
  • (strike) v colpar violentemente
  • n fin
  • vi rumper
  • ~ , crash (sound of a crash or smash) n fracasso
  • ~ , crash [Fin] n crac

smashing (action of) n fracassatura

smattering n cognoscentia superficial

smear (mark) v macular

  • (on character) n calumnia
  • (spread) v linir
  • (stain) n macula
  • [Med] n frottis

smell (emit a smell) v oler

  • (emit an odor) v odorar
  • (pleasant) n perfumo
  • (pleasant) v fragrar
  • (sense of smell) n olfaction
  • (something) v olfacer
  • (something) v olfacer -fac-/-fact-]
  • n odor
  • vi odorar
  • vt olfacer
  • ~ , be redolent (of) v redoler
  • ~ , reek v fragrar

smelling bottle, perfume bottle n flacon

  • ~ bottle, perfume bottle n flacon (F)

smell-of v redoler de

smelly adj de mal odor, fetide

  • adj fetide, de mal odor

smelt v funder

smelting n fusion

smile (be smiling) v surrider

  • (be smiling) v surrider -rid-/-ris-]
  • n surriso
  • v surrider

smirch v macular

smirk n surriso affectate

smith n ferrero

smithereens n fragmentos, peciettas

  • n peciettas, fragmentos

smithing, blacksmith's work n ferreria

  • ~ , blacksmith's work n ferreria (-ìa)

smithy n ferreria, forgia

  • n forgia, ferreria
  • ~ , blacksmith's shop n ferreria
  • ~ , blacksmith's shop n ferreria (-ìa)
  • ~ , forge n fabrica
  • ~ , forge n fabrica (fà-)
  • ~ , forge n forgia
  • ~ , forge n forgia (forja)

smiting, wounding (act of) n ferimento

smock n blusa

smog n nebula fumose

smoke (1. to fume, give off smoke or steam; 2. as in to smoke a pipe; 3. to cure (meat, fish) with smoke) v fumar

  • (all senses) v fumar
  • n fumo
  • ~ , fume n fumo

smoker (one who or that which smokes) n fumator

  • n fumator

smoking n le fumar

smoky adj fumose

smolder, -moul- v arder sin flamma

smooth (- out) v explanar

  • (even) adj lisie, unite
  • (even) adj unite, lisie
  • (having an even surface) adj lisie
  • (of speech) adj blande
  • (sleek, slick) adj suave
  • ~ out, level v explanar
  • v applanar, lisiar
  • v lisiar, applanar
  • ~ , even adj unite
  • ~ , even adj unite (pp of unir)
  • ~ , knotless, without gnarls adj disnodose
  • ~ , plane v planar
  • ~ , plane, flatten v applanar
  • ~ , polish (make even) v lisiar

smoother, polisher (one who smoothes) n lisator

smoothing out, leveling (action of) n explanation

  • ~ , planing, flattening (act of) n applanamento
  • ~ , polishing (action of) n lisiamento

smother v suffocar

smudge n macula

  • v macular

smug adj complacente, satisfacte de se

  • adj satisfacte de se, complacente

smuggle (practice smuggling) v contrabandar

  • v contrabandar, facer le contrabando
  • v facer le contrabando, contrabandar

smuggler n contrabandero

smuggling n contrabando

smut (soot) n macula de fuligine

  • n obscenitate

smutty (sooty) adj fuliginose

  • adj obscen

snack n reoasto legier

snack-bar n buffet

snag n difficultate, obstaculo

  • n obstaculo, difficultate

snail n cochlea, coclea

  • n coclea, cochlea
  • n gastropodo, limace
  • n limace
  • n limace, gastropodo

snail-mail n posta gastropode

snail-shaped, limaciform adj limaciforme

snake n serpente

  • ~ worship, ophiolatry n ophiolatria
  • ~ worship, ophiolatry n ophiolatria (-ìa)
  • ~ worshiper, ophiolater n ophiolatra
  • ~ worshiper, ophiolater n ophiolatra (-òlatra)
  • ~ , serpent n angue
  • ~ , serpent n serpente

snakeroot, serpentaria [Bot] n serpentaria

snakeweed, bistort [Bot] n bistorta

snap (bite) n colpo de dentes

  • (bite) v morder
  • (break) n ruptura
  • (break) v rumper
  • (life) n animo, energia
  • (life) n energia, animo
  • (period) n periodo
  • (photo) n photo
  • (retort) v bruscar, dicer bruscamente
  • (retort) v dicer bruscamente, bruscar

snap-at (bite) v tentar morder

  • ~ -at (retort) v dicer bruscamente

snap-decision n decision instantanee

snappy (full of snap) adj energic, rapide

  • (full of snap) adj rapide, energic
  • (nasty) adj brusc, irritabile
  • (nasty) adj irritabile, brusc

snapshot n photo

  • ~ , photo n photo

snare n insidia, pedica, trappa

  • n pedica, trappa, insidia
  • n trappa, insidia, pedica
  • v trappar
  • ~ , ambush n insidia

snarl n murmure irritabile

  • v murmurar e monstrar le dentes

snarl-up (see snatch) v imbroliar (se), intricar

  • ~ -up (see snatch) v imbroliar, intricar
  • ~ -up (see snatch) v intricar, imbroliar
  • ~ -up (see snatch) v intricar, imbroliar (se)
  • ~ -up n prisa violente
  • ~ -up v prender/sasir con violentia

snatch up, seize (with the mouth) v abuccar

snatching up, seizing (with the mouth) (action of) n abuccamento

sneak n persona vil

  • v ir furtivemente

sneakers n scarpas de gymnastica

sneaking n furtive, secrete

  • n secrete, furtive

sneer n surriso de derision

  • v derider, surrider sarcasticamente
  • v surrider sarcasticamente, derider

sneeze n sternutamento

  • v sternutar

sneezing (act of) n sternutamento

  • ~ , sternutation n sternutation

sniff v aspirar

  • v aspirar (ruitosemente)

snigger n riso basse

  • v rider basso

snip v taliar con le cisorios

sniper n tirator imboscate

snippet n extracto, fragmento, pecietta

  • n fragmento, pecietta, extracto
  • n pecietta, extracto, fragmento

snivel v lamentar

snob n snob

  • n snob A]

snobbery n snobismo

snobbishness n snobismo

snoop v investigar celatemente

snooze n siesta, somno breve

  • n somno breve, siesta
  • v dormir brevemente, prender un siesta
  • v prender un siesta, dormir brevemente

snore n ronco

  • v roncar

snorer n roncator

snoring (act of) n ronco

snorkel n masca/tubo de respiration submarin, snorkel

  • n snorkel, masca/tubo de respiration submarin

snorkeling (go ~) v natar a snorkel

  • (sport) n snorkel
  • adj de snorkel

snort n expiration ruitose

  • v expirar ruitosemente, roncar
  • v roncar, expirar ruitosemente

snout n muso

  • ~ , muzzle n muso

snow (be snowing) v nivar

  • n nive
  • v nivar

snow-covered adj coperite de nive, nivate

  • ~ -covered adj nivate
  • ~ -covered adj nivate, coperite de nive

snowdrift n cumulo de nive

snowdrop n galanthus nivalis

snowfall n balla de nive

  • v augmentar progressivemente

snowflake n flocco de nive

snowiness n nivositate

snowman n homine de nive

snowplow (snowplough) n arietanive, removenive

  • (snowplough) n removenive, arietanive

snowstorm n tempesta de nive

snowy (1. as in snowy weather; 2. snow-white) adj nivose

  • ~ , snow-white adj nivee

snub n rebuffo humiliante

  • v rebuffar

snubnosed adj con naso platte

snuff n tabaco in pulvere

snuffbox n tabachiera

snuffle v respirar con ruito

snuff-out v extinguer

snug adj commode, confortabile

  • adj confortabile, commode

snuggle v accommodar se

so (accordingly, thus) adv assi, talmente

  • (accordingly, thus) adv talmente, assi
  • (and - on) phr et cetera
  • (qualifying adjective or adverb) adv si, tanto
  • (qualifying adjective or adverb) adv tanto, si
  • (therefore) conj dunque
  • adv talmente
  • ~ as to conj. phr a fin de
  • ~ as, just as, as adv sicut
  • ~ as, just as, as adv sicut (sì-)
  • ~ do we phr anque nos
  • ~ far, yet, still, this place, thus far, hitherto, as yet, until now adv adhuc
  • ~ many adj tante
  • ~ many, so much adj tante
  • ~ many, such a great number adj tot
  • ~ much adj tante
  • ~ much adv tanto
  • ~ much, so adv tanto
  • ~ much, so many adj tante
  • ~ that (purpose) conj a fin que
  • ~ that (result) conj. phr de sorta que
  • ~ what? phr e alora?
  • ~ , as adv tan
  • ~ , as, to such a degree adv tam
  • ~ , so much adv tanto
  • ~ , thus adv assi
  • ~ , thus adv assi (-sì)
  • ~ , thus adv ita
  • ~ , thus adv si
  • ~ , thus adv sic

soak (a liquid) v imbiber

  • (a porous article) v baniar
  • (saturate) v saturar
  • n banio
  • ~ , be soaked v imbiber

soaked-through adj saturate

soak-through v penetrar, saturar

  • ~ -through v saturar, penetrar

soak-up v absorber, imbiber

  • ~ -up v imbiber, absorber

so-and-so n un tal

soap dish n saponiera

  • ~ factory n saponeria
  • ~ factory n saponeria (-ìa)
  • ~ maker n saponero
  • n sapon
  • v saponar

soap-bar n barra de sapon, tabletta de sapon

  • ~ -bar n tabletta de sapon, barra de sapon

soap-flakes n floccos de sapon

soap-powder n sapon in pulvere

soapstone, steatite n steatite

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

soapy adj saponose

soar (of tower) v elevar se

  • (rise up) v montar, partir in volo
  • (rise up) v partir in volo, montar

sob n singulto

  • v singultar

sober (not drunk) adj non inebriate

  • (sedate) adj sobrie
  • (temperate, not given to excesses or extremes) adj sobrie
  • ~ down v calmar se
  • ~ up v disinebriar
  • ~ up v disinebriar (se)

soberness, sobriety, temperateness n sobrietate

sobriety, temperateness, soberness n sobrietate

so-called adj si-nominate

soccer n football

  • n football (anglese)

sociability n sociabilitate

sociable adj affabile, sociabile

  • adj sociabile
  • adj sociabile, affabile

social (pertaining to human society) adj social

  • adj social

socialism n socialismo

socialist adj/n socialista

  • ~ socialista n socialista

socialization n socialisation

socialize v socialisar

socially adv socialmente

social-welfare n assistentia social

society n societate

  • ~ , of the world adj mundan

sociologic, sociologica adj sociologic

sociologica, sociologic adj sociologic

sociologist n sociologo

  • n sociologo (-òlogo)

sociology n sociologia

  • n sociologia (-ìa)

sock (- it to it) phr dar le colpo a

  • [Gr. Rom. Theat] n socco
  • n calcetta
  • v colpar

socket (cavity) n calceolo, cavo

  • (cavity) n cavo, calceolo
  • (eye ~) n orbita
  • (of a tooth) n alveolo
  • (of a tooth) n alveolo (-éolo)
  • (of tooth) n alveolo
  • n Elec]
  • ~ , small wedge n calceolo
  • ~ , small wedge n calceolo (-é-)

socle, pedestal, stand n socculo

Socrates n Socrates

  • n Socrates (sò-)

Socratic adj socratic

  • n socratico

sod n pecia de turfa

soda (1. sodium oxide; 2. as in washing soda, baking soda, caustic soda; 3. soda water) n soda

  • n soda

soda-water n aqua de seltz, soda

  • ~ -water n soda, aqua de seltz

sodden adj saturate

sodium n natrium, sodium

  • n sodium
  • n sodium (sò-)
  • n sodium, natrium
  • ~ , natrium n natrium
  • ~ , natrium n natrium (nà-)

Sodom n Sodoma

  • n Sodoma (sò-)

Sodomite (inhabitant of Sodom) n sodomita

  • (one guilty of sodomy) n sodomita
  • ~ adj/n sodomita

Sodomitic adj sodomitic

sodomy n sodomia

  • n sodomia (-mìa)

sofa n sofa

soft (mild) adj blande, dulce

  • (mild) adj dulce, blande
  • (not hard) adj molle
  • (of colours) adj morbide
  • (of drinks) adj non-alcoholic
  • (silly) adj imbecille, stupide
  • (silly) adj stupide, imbecille
  • ~ , delicately tinted [Art] adj morbide
  • ~ , mild, bland adj blande

softdrink (soda) n soda

  • n bibita non-alcoholic

soften (become soft) v mollir

  • (make soft) v amollir
  • v ablandar
  • vi mollir
  • vt ablandar, amollir
  • vt amollir, ablandar
  • ~ , anneal [Metal] v distemperar
  • ~ , mollify [Med] v emollir
  • ~ , to make milder or more pleasing v adulciar

softening (act of) n adulciamento

  • ~ , making soft n amollimento

soft-hearted adj a corde tenere, compatiente

  • ~ -hearted adj compatiente, a corde tenere

softly adv dulcemente, in voce basse

  • adv in voce basse, dulcemente

softness (absence or lack of hardness) n mollessa

  • n mollessa

soggy adj saturate

soil n solo, terreno

  • n terreno, solo
  • v polluer
  • ~ , earth n solo
  • ~ , land n terreno

sojourn, stay n sojorno

  • ~ , stay v sojornar

sol [Mus] n sol

solace n consolation

solanaceous adj solanacee

solar (sun related) adj solar

  • ~ -solar adj solar

solarium n solario

solar-plexus n plexo solar

solar-system n systema solar

solder (join by solder) v soldar

  • n soldatura
  • v soldar

solderer n soldator

soldering (act of) n soldatura

  • ~ iron n ferro a soldar
  • n soldatura

soldier (warrior) n milite

  • (warrior) n milite (mì-)
  • n militar
  • n soldato
  • ~ , military man n militar

soldierly adj soldatesc

  • ~ adj/adv martial

soldier-on v laborar con assiduitate

soldiery n soldatesca

sole (- of a shoe) n solea

  • (- of a shoe) n solea (de scarpa)
  • (- of the foot) n planta
  • (- of the foot) n planta (del pede)
  • (alone, without companions) adj sol
  • (fish) n solea
  • (furnish with a sole) v solear
  • (of foot) n planta
  • (of shoe) n solea
  • (only) adj sol
  • [Zool] n solea
  • adj sol
  • adj unic
  • ~ plantar, plantar [Anat] adj plantar
  • v solear
  • ~ , only adj unic

solemn adj grave

  • adj solemne

solemnity (solemn observance) n solemnisate

  • (state or quality of being solemn) n solemnisate
  • n solemnitate

solemnization n solemnisation

solemnize (render solemn by ceremony or due formality) v solemnisar

  • v solemnisar

solenoid n solenoide

sol-fa [Mus] (practice solfeggios) v solfeggiar

  • ~ -fa [Mus] (practice solfeggios) v solfeggiar (-fedjàr)
  • ~ -fa [Mus] (practice solfeggios) v solmisar
  • ~ -fa n solmisation
  • ~ -fa v solmisar

solfeggio [Mus] (exercise in scales, using sol-fa syllables) I] n solfeggio

solicit (entreat) v sollicitar

  • v sollicitar
  • ~ , go round after v ambir

solicitant (petitioner) n sollicitante

solicitation (entreaty) n sollicitation

solicitor (lawyer) n advocato

  • (notary) n notario
  • (person who entreats) n sollicitator

solicitous (concerned) adj sollicite

  • (concerned) adj sollicite (-lì-)

solicitude n sollicitude

solid (firmly or strongly built) adj solide

  • (firmly or strongly built) adj solide (sò-)
  • (not liquid, fluid, or gaseous) adj solide
  • (not liquid, fluid, or gaseous) adj solide (sò-)
  • (of sound, sterling character) adj solide
  • (of sound, sterling character) adj solide (sò-)
  • adj solide
  • n solido

solidarity n solidaritate

solidary adj solidari

solidification (setting) Chem] n prisa

  • n solidification

solidify (make solid) v solidificar

  • v solidificar

solidity (moral, mental, or financial soundness) n soliditate

  • (state of being firmly or strongly built) n soliditate
  • (state of being not liquid, fluid, or gaseous) n soliditate

soliloquy n soliloquio

soliped (solipede) Zool] adj solipede

  • (solipede) Zool] adj solipede (-ì-)

solipede [Zool] adj solipede

  • [Zool] adj solipede (-ì-)

solitaire (card game played by one person) n solitario

  • (diamond set by itself) n solitario
  • [Cards] n patientia

solitary adj isolate, solitari

  • adj solitari
  • adj solitari, isolate
  • n solitario
  • ~ , isolated, lonely adj isolate
  • ~ , isolated, lonely adj isolate (pp of isolar)

solitude (1. loneliness; 2. lonely place) n solitude

  • n solitude
  • ~ , loneliness n solitate

solmization (1. sol-fa notation; 2. solfeggio) Mus] n solmisation

solo n solo

  • ~ n/adj sol, solo
  • ~ n/adj solo, sol

soloist n solista

Solomon [Bib] n Salomon

  • ~ Islander n salomoniano
  • ~ Islands [Geog] n le Insulas Solomon
  • n Salomon

Solomonic, Solomon's adj salomonic

solstice [Astrom] n solstitio

  • n solstitio

solstitial adj solstitial

solubility (capacity of being dissolved) n solubilitate

  • (capacity of being solved) n solubilitate
  • n solubilitate

soluble (that can be dissolved) adj solubile

  • (that can be solved) adj solubile

solution (act of dissolving) n solution

  • (act of solving) n solution
  • (as in to find the solution of the problem) n solution
  • (liquid in which asubstance has been dissolved) n solution

solve v resolver, solver

  • v solver, resolver

solved adj solute

solvency [Commer] n solventia

solvent (able to dissolve) adj solvente

  • [Commer] adj solvente
  • ~ adj/n dissolvente, solvente
  • ~ adj/n solvente, dissolvente
  • ~ , dissolvent adj dissolvente
  • ~ , dissolvent adj dissolvente (ppr of dissolver)
  • ~ , dissolvent n dissolvente

solver n resolutor

soma [Biol] n soma

  • [Biol] n soma -ma/-mat-]
  • [Hindu Relig] n soma

somatic adj somatic

somatologic adj somatologic

somatology n somatologia

  • n somatologia -ìa]

somber (dark) adj obscur

  • (sad) adj melancholic, triste
  • (sad) adj triste, melancholic
  • (sombre) adj sombre

some (any) adj alcun

  • (any) adj alicun
  • (any) adj qualcun
  • (any) adj qualque
  • (any) adj qualque (quàlke)
  • (partitive) adj un pauc de
  • (several) adj nonnulle
  • (several) pron nonnullo
  • (several, a few) adj/indef pron aliquot
  • (several, a few) adj/indef pron aliquot (àl-)
  • (several, a few) pron aliquot
  • (several, a few) pron aliquot (àl-)
  • [Intens] (some ...) adj un belle ...
  • [Intens] adj nonnulle
  • adj alcun, alicun
  • adj alicun, alcun
  • adj qualque
  • adv circa
  • ~ pron alicunos

somebody pron alcuno, alicuno

  • ~ pron alicuno, alcuno

somehow adv aliqua

  • adv aliqua (àl-)
  • adv de un modo o un altere

someone (anyone) indef pron alcuno

  • (anyone) indef pron alcuno (alicuno)
  • (anyone) indef pron qualcuno
  • (somebody) indef pron alicuno
  • ~ pron alcuno, alicuno
  • ~ pron alicuno, alcuno

somersault n salto mortal

  • v facer un salto mortal

something (anything) pron qualcosa

  • ~ crooked or twisted n torto
  • ~ else phr un altere cosa
  • ~ fried n fritura
  • ~ like conj. phr un belle, un ver
  • ~ like conj. phr un ver, un belle
  • ~ over adj. phr plus de
  • ~ plagiarized n plagiato
  • ~ pron alcun cosa, alicun cosa, alique, qualcosa
  • ~ pron alicun cosa, alique, qualcosa, alcun cosa
  • ~ pron alique, qualcosa, alcun cosa, alicun cosa
  • ~ pron aliquid
  • ~ pron aliquid (àl-)
  • ~ pron qualcosa, alcun cosa, alicun cosa, alique

sometime adv aliquando

  • ~ in the future, at a future time adv olim
  • ~ in the future, at a future time adv olim (ò-)

sometimes (occasionally) adv interdum

  • (occasionally) adv interdum (-tér-)
  • adv alcun vices, alicun vices, de tempore in tempore
  • adv alicun vices, de tempore in tempore, alcun vices
  • adv de tempore in tempore, alcun vices, alicun vices

somewhat (something, anything) adv alco

  • (something, anything) adv alco (= alique)
  • (something, anything) pron alco
  • (something, anything) pron alco (= alique)
  • (something, anything) pron/adv alique
  • (something, anything) pron/adv alique (àl-)
  • (to some degree) adv aliquanto
  • (to some degree) adv aliquanto, alquanto
  • (to some degree) adv alquanto, aliquanto
  • adv aliquanto
  • adv alique
  • adv satis
  • ~ pron alcun cosa, alicun cosa
  • ~ pron alicun cosa, alcun cosa
  • ~ pron aliquanto
  • ~ pron alique
  • ~ , rather adv satis
  • ~ , rather adv satis (sà-)

somewhere adv a/in qualque parte

  • adv alicubi
  • adv alicubi (-ìcubi)
  • adv aliqua
  • adv aliqua (àl-)
  • adv in al(i)cun parte
  • adv usquam
  • adv usquam (ùs-)

somnambulism (noctambulism) n noctambulismo

  • (noctambulism) n somnambulismo

somnambulist, sleepwalker n somnambulo

  • ~ , sleepwalker n somnambulo (-àm-)

somnambulistic adj somnambule

somniloquist n somniloquista

somniloquous adj somniloque

  • adj somniloque (-nì-)

somniloquy n somniloquio

somnolence (sleepiness, drowsiness) n somnolentia

somnolent (sleepy, drowsy) adj somnolente

son n filio

sonant adj sonante

  • adj sonante (ppr of sonar)

sonata n sonata

sonatina n sonatina

song [Mus/Poet] n canto

  • n canto

sonic adj sonic

sonicboom n explosion sonic

son-in-law n filio affin

sonnet n sonetto

sonneteer n sonettero

sonometer (soundmeasuring instrument) n sonometro

  • (soundmeasuring instrument) n sonometro (-nò-)

sonority n sonoritate

sonorous (resonant) adj sonor

  • adj sonorose

soon (as - as) phr si tosto que

  • (at once, directly) adv mox
  • adv cito
  • adv proximemente, tosto
  • adv tosto, proximemente
  • ~ , promptly, presently adv tosto
  • ~ , shortly adv proximemente

sooner (the - the better) phr le plus tosto serea le melior

  • adv plus tosto
  • adv potius
  • ~ or later phr tosto o tarde

soot n fuligine

soothe v appaciar

  • v calmar
  • v tranquillisar
  • ~ , appease, allay v sedar

soothing adj appaciante

  • adj calmante

soothsayer n divino

sooty adj fuliginose

sop n dono propitiatori

soph- (wise, learned) occurring in derivatives and compounds] adj soph-

sophia (wisdom) n sophia

  • (wisdom) n sophia (-ìa)
  • [Fem) n sophia
  • [Fem) n sophia (-ìa)

sophic adj sophic

sophism n sophismo

Sophist [Gr. Philos] n sophista

  • n sophista

sophistic adj sophistic

sophisticate (falsify, pervert, adulterate etc.) v sophisticar

sophisticated (complex) adj complexe

  • (complex) adj intricate
  • (of society, worldly) adj mundan

sophistication (adulteration) n sophistication

  • (falsification, falsifying) n sophistication
  • n mundanitate
  • n saper-viver

sophistics (sophistry) n sophistica

Sophocles n Sophocles

  • n Sophocles (sò-)

sopor (profound sleep) n sopor

soporific (as in soporific symptoms) adj soporose

  • (causing sleep) adj dormitive
  • (sleeping tablet) n soporifico
  • (somniferous) adj somnifere
  • (soporiferous) adj soporifere
  • (soporiferous) adj soporific
  • ~ , sleeping pill or potion n dormitivo

sopranist n sopranista

soprano [I] n soprano

  • n soprano

sorcerer (magician) n mago

  • n incantator
  • ~ , enchanter n incantator
  • ~ , magician n mago

sorceress [Fem] n incantatrice

  • ~ , enchantress n maga

sorcery (piece of) n sortilegio

  • n magia

sordid adj miserabile

  • adj sordide
  • adj vil

sordidness n sordidessa

  • n vilitate

sordine, mute [Mus] n surdina

sore (inflamed) adj inflammate

  • (painful) adj dolorose
  • n plaga, ulcere
  • n ulcere, plaga
  • ~ throat (I have a ~) phr io ha mal de gorga
  • ~ throat (I have a ~) phr io ha tracheitis
  • ~ throat (I have a ~) phr me dole le gorga

soreness n dolor

sorrow n affliction

  • n dolo
  • n tristessa
  • ~ , grief n dolo

sorrowful (dolorous) adj dolorose

  • (pained) adj dolorose
  • adj triste

sorry (of excuse) adj meschin, miserabile, triste pardono!

  • (of excuse) adj miserabile, triste pardono!, meschin
  • (of excuse) adj triste pardono!, meschin, miserabile
  • adj desolate
  • adj dolente
  • adj repentente
  • ~ for (be ~) v doler se
  • ~ for (be ~) v doler se (de)
  • ~ for (be ~) v regretar

sort (assort) v assortir

  • (kind, class) n sorta
  • (out of -s) adj indisposite
  • n genere, sorta, specie
  • n sorta, specie, genere
  • n specie, genere, sorta
  • v assortir
  • ~ , type, kind n genere

sortie [Mil] (sally) n sortita

sosia n Sosia

so-so adj passabile

  • ~ -so adv assi assi, passabilemente
  • ~ -so adv passabilemente, assi assi

sottishness, brutishness n imbrutimento

sou [Fin] n soldo

souffle n souffle

  • n soufflé
  • n soufflé F]

soul (not a ~) phr nemo

  • n anima
  • n anima (à-)
  • ~ , spirit n pneuma
  • ~ , spirit n pneuma -ma/-mat-]

soul-destroying phr monotone, totalmente disproviste de interesse

  • ~ -destroying phr totalmente disproviste de interesse, monotone

soulful adj sentimental

sound (1. Naut]; 2. to probe; 3. Surg]) v sondar

  • (1. to make a sound) v sonar
  • (as in the sound of a bell) n sono
  • (firm) adj solide
  • (healthy) adj san
  • (noise) n sono
  • (of sleep) adj profunde
  • [Geog] n stricto
  • [Med] n san
  • [Nav] v sondar
  • ~ a horn v cornar
  • ~ absorber n assurdator de sonos
  • ~ barrier n barriera de sonos
  • ~ board [Mus] n tabula sonor
  • ~ box [Mus] n cassa de resonantia
  • ~ effects [Mus] n effectos sonor
  • ~ hole (violin's) n foramine sonor
  • v sonar
  • ~ , probe [Surg] n sonda

sounder (one who or that which sounds) n sonator

  • ~ , sounding apparatus [Naut] n sondator

sounding (1. Naut]; 2. probing; 3. Surg]) n sondage

  • (1. Naut]; 2. probing; 3. Surg]) n sondage (-aje)
  • (naut measurement) v sondage
  • ~ apparatus, sounder [Naut] n sondator

soundless (bottomless) adj ?

  • (without sound) adj ?

soundproof adj insonor, isolate acusticamente

  • adj isolate acusticamente, insonor

sound-track n banda sonor, phonobanda

  • ~ -track n phonobanda, banda sonor

sound-wave n unda sonor

soup (clear ~) n consomme

  • n suppa

sour (bitter) adj acerbe, acide, acre

  • (bitter) adj acide, acre, acerbe
  • (bitter) adj acre, acerbe, acide
  • (of milk) adj acide, rancide
  • (of milk) adj rancide, acide
  • (turn ~) v rancer

source (- code) n programmation in codice

  • (fig) n origine
  • (of river) n fonte
  • n fonte
  • ~ , spring n fontana

souse (immerse) v immerger

  • (marinate) v marinar

south (- african) adj sudafrican

  • [Geog] n sud
  • adj del sud
  • n mediedie
  • n mediedie (-dìe)
  • n meridie
  • n meridie (-rì-)
  • n sud
  • n sudafricano
  • ~ wind, Auster n austro

South-Africa [Geog] n Sud Africa

South-America [Geog] n Sud America

south-american adj sudamerican

  • ~ -american n sudamericano

South-Carolina [Geog] n Sud Carolina

South-Dakota [Geog] n Sud Dakota

south-east adj del sud-est

  • n sud-est
  • ~ -east n sud-est

southerly adj del sud

  • adv al sud

southern adj del sud

  • ~ , austral adj austral
  • ~ , meridional meridional adj meridional

South-Pole [Geog] n Polo Sud

South-Southeast n sud-sud-est

southward adv verso le sud

south-west adj del sud-west

  • n sud-west
  • ~ -west n sud-west

souvenir n souvenir

  • n souvenir F]

sou'wester n cappello impermeabile

sovereign (1. monarch; 2. gold coin in Great Britain) n soverano

  • (1. supreme; 2. possessing supreme power) adj soveran
  • adj soveran
  • n soverano

sovereignty n soveranitate

  • ~ , reign, princedom n principato

soviet (council) n soviet

  • (person) n sovietico
  • adj sovietic
  • n soviet
  • n soviet R]
  • ~ Union [Geog] n Union Sovietic
  • ~ , sovietic adj sovietic

sovietic, soviet adj sovietic

sovietism n sovietismo

sovietist n sovietista

sovietization n sovietisation

sovietize v sovietisar

sow (female pig) n porca

  • (seeds) v seminar
  • ~ again v reseminar
  • n porca
  • ~ over (ground already sown) v superseminar
  • v seminar

sower n seminator

sowing-machine, seeder n seminatorio

soy n soja, soya

  • n soya, soja
  • ~ , soybean, soya [Bot] n soja
  • ~ , soybean, soya [Bot] n soja (sòya)

soya bean n soja

  • ~ bean n soja (pronounced soya)

spa n fonte de aqua, station thermal

  • n station thermal, fonte de aqua

space (between two written or printed lines) (blank) n interlinea

  • adj spatial
  • n spatio
  • ~ separated by railings n cancello
  • v spatiar

spacecraft n vehiculo spatial

spaceman n astronauta

spaceship n astronave

space-station n station de investigationes spatial

space-travel n astronautica

spacing (act of) n spatiamento

  • (between lines) n interlinea
  • (between lines) n interlinea (simple;duple)

spacious adj ample, spatiose

  • adj spatiose
  • adj spatiose, ample

spaciousness n amplitude, spatiositate

  • n spatiositate
  • n spatiositate, amplitude

spade (cards) n picca, spada

  • (cards) n spada, picca
  • (for digging) n pala
  • (neuter) v sterilisate
  • (small) n paletta
  • (tool for digging) n pala
  • [Card Games] n picca
  • [Cards] n spada

spaded adj sterilisate

spadeful n palata

spaghetti n spaghetti

Spain [Geog] n Espania

  • n Espania
  • n Hispania

span (of bridge) n apertura, arcada

  • (of bridge) n arcada, apertura
  • (of hand) n palmo
  • (of time) n duration
  • (of wings) n invirgatura
  • (space from end of thumb to end of little finger when extended) n palmo
  • v cruciar, extender se trans
  • v extender se trans, cruciar

spaniard (person) n espaniol

  • n espaniol
  • n hispano

spaniel (dog) n espaniol

  • n espaniol

Spanish (language) n espaniol

  • (language) n hispano
  • adj espaniol
  • adj hispan
  • ~ adj/n espaniol
  • ~ American n hispanoamericano
  • ~ American, Hispano-American adj hispanoamerican
  • n lang

spank v colpar con le palma

spanking (brisk) adj rapide, vigorose

  • (brisk) adj vigorose, rapide
  • (fine) adj de prime ordine
  • n colpata

spanner (adjustable ~) n clave a vite, clave anglese

  • (adjustable ~) n clave anglese, clave a vite
  • n clave

spar (feint) v fintar

  • v facer exercitios de boxa

spare (1. to show mercy to) v sparniar

  • (available) adj disponibile
  • (do without) v contentar se sin
  • (lean) adj magre
  • (save, show mercy) v sparniar
  • n Mech]
  • n pecia de recambio

sparing adj economic, frugal, parsimoniose

  • adj frugal, parsimoniose, economic
  • adj parsimoniose, economic, frugal

spark (particle of fire) n scintilla

  • n scintilla
  • ~ plug [Techn] n candela
  • v emitter scintillas

sparkle n scintillation

  • v scintiilar
  • ~ , glitter, scintillate v scintillar

spark-off v accender, provocar

  • ~ -off v provocar, accender

spark-plug n candela

sparrow n passere

sparrowlike, passeriform adj passeriforme

sparse adj sparse

Sparta n Sparta

Spartan adj spartan

  • n spartano

spasm (fit) n accesso

  • [Med] n spasmo
  • n spasmo

spasmodic [Med] adj spasmodic

  • adj spasmodic

spastic [Med] adj spastic

  • adj spastic
  • n spastico

spate n crescita, torrente

  • n torrente, crescita

spathaceous [Bot] adj spathacee

spathe [Bot] n spatha

spatial (- disturbance) phr disturbation spatial

  • adj spatial

spatter v macular

spatula n spatula

  • n spatula (spà-)

spawn n ovos, semine

  • n semine, ovos
  • vi deponer ovos
  • vt generar

speak (make a speech) v discurrer, pronunciar un discurso

  • (make a speech) v pronunciar un discurso, discurrer
  • (talk) v parlar
  • ~ ironically, ironize v ironisar
  • ~ rhetorically, declaim v eloquer
  • ~ rhetorically, declaim v eloquer -loqu-/-locut-]
  • ~ , talk v parlar

speaker (audio) n altoparlator

  • (in parliament) n presidente
  • (person) n parlator
  • (public) n orator
  • ~ , talker n parlator

speaking indistinctly, stammering adj blese

  • ~ trumpet, megaphone n portavoce

speak-out v parlar francamente

speak-up v altiar le voce

spear n lancea

  • v transfiger con un lancea
  • ~ , lance n lancea

special adj special

  • ~ , especial adj special

specialist n specialista

speciality, specialty n specialitate

specialization n specialisation

specialize v specialisar

  • v specialisar se

specially adv specialmente

specialty (-ity) n specialitate

  • ~ , speciality n specialitate

specie n specie

species (1. kind, sort; 2. group, class) n specie

  • n specie

specific (1. special, definite; 2. Bot/Zool]) adj specific

  • adj specific

specification (act of specifying) n specification

  • n specification

specificity, specificness n specificitate

specificness, specificity n specificitate

specify v specificar

specimen n specimen

  • n specimen L]

specious adj speciose

speciousness n speciositate

speck (of dirt) n maculetta

  • (of dust) n grano
  • (spot) n atomo, puncto
  • (spot) n puncto, atomo
  • v macular

speckled, flecked, spotted adj maculate

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

spectacle (1. sight; 2. public show or display) n spectaculo

  • n spectaculo

spectacles (eye-glasses) n berillos

  • (shows) n spectaculos

spectacular adj spectacular

spectator n spectator

specter, ghost n spectro

  • ~ , -tre n phantasma, spectro
  • ~ , -tre n spectro, phantasma

spectral (1. ghostly; 2. pertaining to the spectrum) adj spectral

spectroscope n spectroscopio

spectroscopic adj spectroscopic

spectroscopist n spectroscopista

spectroscopy n spectroscopia

  • n spectroscopia (-ìa)

spectrum n spectro

specular adj specular

speculate (in general) v specular

  • (on stock exchange) v agiotar, specular
  • (on stock exchange) v specular, agiotar
  • (on the stock exchange) v agiotar
  • (on the stock exchange) v agiotar (aj-)

speculation (1. thought, reflection; 2. Commer]) n speculation

  • n speculation

speculative (1. pertaining to thought or reflection; 2. involving risks) adj speculative

speculator (on the stock exchange) n agiotator

  • (on the stock exchange) n agiotator (aj-)
  • n speculator

speech (deliver a ~) v pronunciar un discurso

  • (faculty of speech) n parola
  • (formal) n discurso
  • (public talk) n speech
  • (public talk) n speech A]
  • (the parts of ~) phr le partes del oration
  • [Gen] linguage, parola
  • [Gen] parola, linguage
  • ~ , language n linguage
  • ~ , language n linguage (-aje)

speechless (dumb) adj mute

  • (dumbfounded) adj stupefacite

speed n rapiditate, velocitate

  • n velocitate, rapiditate
  • v ir rapidemente
  • ~ , quickness n celeritate
  • ~ , velocity n velocitate

speedboat n lancha rapide

speedily, quickly adv cito

speed-limit n maxime velocitate

speedometer n velocimetro

  • ~ , velocimeter n velocimetro
  • ~ , velocimeter n velocimetro (-cì-)

speedway (for racing) n pista de autodromo

  • (motor road) n autostrata

speedy adj veloce

  • ~ , swift adj veloce

spell (in writing) v orthographiar

  • (magic) n formula magic, incantamento
  • (magic) n incantamento, formula magic
  • (time) n breve periodo, intervallo
  • (time) n intervallo, breve periodo
  • v orthographiar
  • ~ , hex, evil eye n fascino
  • ~ , hex, evil eye n fascino (fà-)

spellbound adj incantate

spelling (as in spelling mistake) adj orthographic

  • (bad ~) n cacographia
  • n orthographia

spend (money) v dispender, expender

  • (money) v expender, dispender
  • (time) v passar
  • ~ the night, stay overnight v pernoctar
  • ~ , expend (give out in payment) v dispender
  • ~ , expend (give out in payment) v dispender -pend-/-pens-]
  • ~ , expend (give out in payment) v expender
  • ~ , expend (give out in payment) v expender -pend-/-pens-]
  • ~ , lay out v erogar
  • ~ , pass (a certain time) v passar

spender, spendthrift n dispenditor

spendthrift n dispenditor, prodigo

  • n prodigo, dispenditor
  • ~ , spender n dispenditor
  • ~ , squanderer, wastrel n dilapidator

sperm n sperma

  • n sperma -ma/-mat-]

spermaceti n spermaceti

spermatic adj spermatic

spermatozoon [Zool] n spermatozoon

  • [Zool] n spermatozoon (-zò-)

spermophile, gopher n spermophilo

  • ~ , gopher n spermophilo (-mò-)

spew out v rejectar

  • v spuer

spew-out v rejectar, vomitar

  • ~ -out v vomitar, rejectar

sphere (1. Geom/Astron]; 2. as in sphere of action) n sphera

  • n sphera

spherical adj spheric

  • ~ , circular, round adj orbicular
  • ~ , globe-shaped, globose adj globose
  • ~ , globular adj globular

spherically adv sphericamente

sphericity n sphericitate

  • ~ , globosity n globositate

spheroid n spheroide

spheroidal adj spheroidal

spherometer [Phys] n spherometro

  • [Phys] n spherometro (-òmetro)

sphinx (1. Archaeol]; 2. Entom]) n sphinge

  • n sphinge

spicate, spiky, eared adj spicate

spice n specie

  • v condimentar, condir
  • v condir, condimentar
  • ~ , season v condimentar
  • ~ , season v condir

spiciferous, bearing ears (of grain) Bot] adj spicifere

spiciform, ear-shaped adj spiciforme

spick-and-span adj immaculate, relucente de munditia

  • ~ -and-span adj relucente de munditia, immaculate

spiculate [Bot] adj spiculate

spicule, spikelet [Bot] n spicula

spicy (piquant) adj piccante

  • (spiced) adj aromatic, speciate
  • (spiced) adj speciate, aromatic

spider monkey n atele

  • ~ monkey n atele (-té-)
  • n aranea

spider-web n tela de aranea

spidery (of writing) adj. phr patas de aranea

  • (thin) adj tenue

spigot n valvula

spike (for letters) n clavo

  • (gun) Artil] v inclavar
  • (point) n puncta
  • [Bot] n spica

spikelet, spicule [Bot] n spicula

spikenard n spicanardo

  • ~ , nard n nardo

spiky, eared, spicate adj spicate

spill (taper) n accenditor

  • (taper) n accenditor (de ligno;de papiro)
  • (tumble) n cadita
  • v effunder (se), versar (se)
  • v effunder, versar
  • v versar (se), effunder (se)
  • v versar, effunder

spill-over v verter

spin (as in to spin flax) v filar

  • (thread) v filar
  • (turn) vt girar
  • n rotation
  • vi girar, tornear
  • vi tornear, girar

spinach n spinace

  • n spinacia

spinal [Anat] adj spinal

  • adj spinal

spinal-cord n medulla spinal

spindle (for thread) n fuso

  • (pin, axis) n axe
  • [Spinning] n fuso
  • ~ maker n fusero
  • ~ , give a spindle shape to (as in to spindle a column) v affusar

spindle-shaped, fusiform adj fusiforme

spin-drier n siccator centrifuge

spin-dry v siccar per centrifuga, siccar per machina centrifuge

  • ~ -dry v siccar per machina centrifuge, siccar per centrifuga

spine (thorn) n spina

  • [Anat] n columna vertebral, spina dorsal
  • [Anat] n spina dorsal, columna vertebral
  • ~ , thorn n spina

spine-bearing, acanthophorous adj acanthophore

  • ~ -bearing, acanthophorous adj acanthophore -òphore]

spineless adj debile, molle

  • adj molle, debile

spinet [Mus] n spinetta

spiniferous adj spinifere

spinner (male) n filandero

  • n filator
  • ~ , spinning woman n filandera

spinnery, spinning mill n filanda

spinning (art of) n filatura

  • (of thread) n filatura
  • (turning) n giration
  • adj girante, torneante
  • adj torneante, girante
  • ~ machine n filatorio
  • ~ mill, spinnery n filanda
  • ~ woman, spinner n filandera

spinning-wheel n filatorio

spin-out v prolongar

spinster n celibataria

spiny adj spinose

spiny-backed, notacanthous [Zool] adj notacanthe

spiral [Geom] n spira

  • ~ adj/n spiral
  • ~ helicoide, helicoid adj helicoide
  • ~ spiral adj spiral
  • v montar in spiral

spiral-staircase adj scala spiral

spiration [Theol] n spiration

spire n agulia

spirit (1. as in spirit of ammonia; 2. spirit as opposed to body or matter; 3. as in to believe in spirits) n spirito

  • (1. as in spirit of ammonia; 2. spirit as opposed to body or matter; 3. as in to believe in spirits) n spirito (spì-)
  • (alcohol) n alcohol
  • (ghost) n phantasma
  • (zest) n animo, brio, corage, energia
  • (zest) n brio, corage, energia, animo
  • (zest) n corage, energia, animo, brio
  • (zest) n energia, animo, brio, corage
  • [Gen] spirito
  • ~ , soul n pneuma
  • ~ , soul n pneuma -ma/-mat-]

spirit-away v escamotar, facer disparer mysteriosemente

  • ~ -away v facer disparer mysteriosemente, escamotar

spirited (full of spirit) adj spirituose

  • adj animate, energic, vigorose
  • adj energic, vigorose, animate
  • adj vigorose, animate, energic

spiritedness n spirituositate

spiritism n spiritismo

  • ~ , spiritualism n spiritismo

spiritist n spiritista

  • ~ , spirituatist n spiritista

spiritistic adj spiritistic

spiritless adj sin animo

spirit-level n nivello a bulla de aere

spiritual (1. pertaining to spirit, mind, intellect; 2 . devoid of body, incorporeal) adj spiritual

  • adj spiritual
  • n canto religiose del negros american

spiritualism [Philos/Relig] n spiritualismo

  • n spiritismo, spiritualismo
  • n spiritualismo, spiritismo
  • ~ , spiritism n spiritismo

spiritualist [Philos/Relig] n spiritualista

  • n spiritista, spiritualista
  • n spiritualista, spiritista

spirituality (1. incorporeal quality or state; 2. spiritual-mindedness) n spiritualitate

spiritualization n spiritualisation

spiritualize (render spiritual) v spiritualisar

spiritually adv spiritualmente

spirituatist, spiritist n spiritista

spirituous (alcoholic) adj spirituose

  • (as in spirituous liquors) adj liquorose

spirochete [Bacteriol] n spirocheta

spiroid, spiroidal adj spiroidal

  • ~ , spiroidal adj spiroide

spiroidal, spiroid adj spiroidal

  • ~ , spiroid adj spiroide

spirometer n spirometro

  • n spirometro (-òmetro)

spirometric adj spirometric

spirometry n spirometria

  • n spirometria (-ìa)

spit (cookery) n spito

  • (spittle) n sputo
  • ~ out v exspuer
  • ~ upon (contemptuously) v conspuer
  • v spuer
  • v spuer spu-/sput-]
  • v spuer, sputar
  • v sputar, spuer
  • ~ , expectorate v sputar
  • ~ , spittle n sputo

spite (in - of oneself) phr de mal grado

  • (in - of) phr in despecto de, malgrado, nonobstante
  • (in - of) phr malgrado, nonobstante, in despecto de
  • (in - of) phr nonobstante, in despecto de, malgrado
  • n despecto, rancor
  • n rancor, despecto
  • v despectar
  • ~ , despite, resentment n despecto
  • ~ , mortify, treat with spite v despectar

spiteful adj despectose

  • adj despectuose, malevole, rancorose
  • adj malevole, rancorose, despectuose
  • adj rancorose, despectuose, malevole

spitefully adv despectuosemente, rancorosemente

  • adv rancorosemente, despectuosemente

spitoon n receptaculo pro sputos

spit-out v exspuer

spitting out, expectoration n exspuition

  • ~ , expectoration n sputation

spittle n saliva, sputo

  • n sputo, saliva
  • ~ , saliva n saliva
  • ~ , spit n sputo

splash (make to ~) v batter le aqua

  • n battimento (de aqua), projection (de un liquido)
  • n battimento, projection
  • n projection (de un liquido), battimento (de aqua)
  • n projection, battimento
  • v projectar
  • v projectar (guttas de aqua;de fango)

splatter (spatter) v macular

spleen n splen

  • ~ , milt [Anat] n splen

splendent adj splendente

  • adj splendente (ppr of splender)

splendid adj splendide

splendor n splendor

  • ~ , pomp n pompa
  • ~ , splendour n magnificentia, splendor
  • ~ , splendour n splendor, magnificentia

splenic [Anat] adj splenic

splenitis [Med] n splenitis

  • [Med] n splenitis (-ìtis)

splenopathy n splenopathia

  • n splenopathia (-ìa)

splenorogy n splenologia

  • n splenologia (-ìa)

splice n junctura, ligatura

  • n ligatura, junctura
  • v junger
  • ~ , whipping n ligatura

splint n planchetta, tabuletta

  • n tabuletta, planchetta

splinter n fragmento

  • v rumper (se

splinter-group n gruppo fractionari

split (break) v finder

  • (cleft) n fissura
  • (divide) v divider
  • (division) n division
  • adj fisse
  • v scinder
  • v scinder scind-/sciss-]
  • ~ , cleave v finder
  • ~ , cleave v finder find-/fiss-]
  • ~ , cloven adj fisse

split-the-atom v divider le atomo

split-the-difference v repartir le differentia

splutter v balbutiar

spoil (goods) v avariar

  • (impair) vt guastar, vitiar
  • (impair) vt vitiar, guastar
  • n butino, spolia
  • n spolia, butino
  • vi deteriorar se, guastar se
  • vi guastar se, deteriorar se
  • ~ , booty n spolia
  • ~ , damage v guastar

spoiler (of material) n guastator

spoil-sport n guastafesta

spoke (spoke of a wheel) n radio

  • n radio

spokesman n portavoce

spoliate, despoil v despoliar

spoliation, despoliation n despoliamento

  • ~ , looting n spoliation

spoliator, looter n spoliator

spondaic, spondaical [Pros] adj spondaic

  • ~ , spondaical [Pros] adj spondaic (-àic)

spondee [Pros] n spondeo

  • [Pros] n spondeo (-éo)

sponge (cleanse or wipe with a sponge) v spongiar

  • (throw up the ~) v jectar le spongia
  • n spongia
  • v spongiar

sponge-on v viver al costo de

sponger n parasito

sponginess n spongiositate

spongite [Mineral] n spongite

spongy (of the nature of a sponge) adj spongiose

sponsor n garante, protector

  • n protector, garante
  • v patronar, subventionar
  • v subventionar, patronar
  • ~ , patron n protector

sponsorship n auspicios

spontaneity, spontaneousness n spontaneitate

spontaneous adj spontanee

  • ~ generation (abiogenesis) n abiogenese
  • ~ generation (abiogenesis) n abiogenese (-génese)
  • ~ generation (abiogenesis) n abiogenesis
  • ~ generation (abiogenesis) n abiogenesis (-génesis)
  • ~ generation, abiogenesis n abiogenesis
  • ~ generation, abiogenesis n abiogenesis (-génesis)

spoof n mystification

  • v mystificar

spook n spectro

  • v espaventar

spool n bobina

  • v bobinar
  • ~ , coil, wind v bobinar
  • ~ , reel, bobbin n bobina

spooling, coiling, winding (act of) n bobinage

  • ~ , coiling, winding (act of) n bobinage (-àje)

spoon (table ~) n coclear de servir

  • (tea ~) n coclear de caffe
  • n coclear
  • v prender con un coclear

spoonbill [Zool] n spatula

  • [Zool] n spatula (spà-)

spoonfeed n nutrir con un coclear

spoonful n coclearata

spoon-shaped adj cocleariforme

sporadic adj sporadic

sporadicalness n sporadicitate

sporangium [Bot] n sporangio

spore n spora

sporidium [Bot] n sporidio

sporific, sleeping tablet n somnifero

  • ~ , sleeping tablet n somnifero (-nì-)

sport (as in sport clothes) adj sportive

  • (good ~) n jocator loyal
  • (physical exercise) n sport
  • (physical exercise) n sport A]
  • adj see sports
  • n sport
  • vi diverter se, jocar
  • vi jocar, diverter se
  • vt exhibir, ostentar
  • vt ostentar, exhibir

sports adj de sport, sport, sportive

  • adj sport, sportive, de sport
  • adj sportive, de sport, sport

sports-car n automobile sport

sports-ground n terreno de joco/sport

sports-jacket n jachetto sport

sportsman n sportista, sportsman

  • n sportsman
  • n sportsman A]
  • n sportsman, sportista

sportsmanship n spirito sportive

sportswoman n sportswoman

  • n sportswoman A]

spot (dot) n puncto

  • (notice) v notar, recognoscer
  • (notice) v recognoscer, notar
  • (of dirt) n macula
  • (place) n localitate
  • (stain) v macular
  • ~ , locality n localitate
  • ~ , stain n macula
  • ~ , stain v macular

spot-cash n moneta contante

spotless adj sin macula

spotlight n projector

spot-of-bother n alicun difficultates

spot-remover n dismaculator

spotted (speckled) adj maculate

  • (with spots) adj con punctos
  • ~ , speckled, flecked adj maculate
  • ~ , speckled, flecked adj maculate (pp of macular)

spotter (observer) n observator

  • (train-) n collector de numeros del locomotivas

spotting easily adj maculabile

  • ~ , staining n maculamento

spotty adj maculate

spouse n Fem]

  • n Masc]
  • ~ , consort n conjuge
  • ~ , consort n conjuge (còn-)

spout (of liquid) n jecto

  • n becco, tubo de discarga
  • n tubo de discarga, becco
  • vi sortir
  • vi sortir (impetuosemente)
  • vt lancear

sprain n torsion muscular

  • v torquer

sprained ankle phr cavilia torquite

sprat n parve haringo, spratto

  • n spratto, parve haringo

sprawl v extender se

  • v extender se (in modo inelegante)

spray (atomize) v vaporisar

  • (atomize) v vaporisar (un liquido)
  • (container) n pulverisator, vaporisator
  • (container) n vaporisator, pulverisator
  • (flowers) n racemo
  • (foam) n scuma
  • (sprinkle) v irrorar
  • (sprinkle) v irrorar (con un liquido)
  • ~ , atomizer, pulverizer n pulverisator

spray-gun n pistola vaporisator

spread (butter) v extender

  • (butter) v extender (se)
  • (dispersion) n diffusion, dissemination, expansion, propagation
  • (dispersion) n dissemination, expansion, propagation, diffusion
  • (dispersion) n expansion, propagation, diffusion, dissemination
  • (dispersion) n propagation, diffusion, dissemination, expansion
  • (of sails) Naut] n invirgatura
  • (of wings, sails) n invirgatura
  • (unfold) v displicar
  • (unfold) v displicar (se)
  • ~ out, spread v extender
  • ~ out, spread v extender -tend-/-tens-]
  • v diffunder (se), disseminar (se), propagar (se)
  • v diffunder, disseminar, propagar
  • v disseminar (se), propagar (se), diffunder (se)
  • v disseminar, propagar, diffunder
  • v propagar (se), diffunder (se), disseminar (se)
  • v propagar, diffunder, disseminar
  • ~ , spread out v extender
  • ~ , spread out v extender -tend-/-tens-]

spread-eagled adj con le membros extendite

spree n partita de dispender, partita de placer

  • n partita de placer, partita de dispender

sprig n branchetta, pecietta

  • n pecietta, branchetta

sprightliness, gayness n allegressa

sprightly adj allegre, animate

  • adj animate, allegre
  • ~ , gay adj allegre

spring (jump) n salto

  • (jump) v saltar
  • (originate) v provenir
  • (season) n primavera, ver
  • (season) n ver, primavera
  • (spring in a piece of mechanism) n resorto
  • (time) n primavera
  • (water) n fontana, fonte
  • (water) n fonte, fontana
  • adj primaveral
  • adj primaveral, vernal
  • adj vernal, primaveral
  • n Mech]
  • ~ , arise (from) v provenir
  • ~ , source n fontana
  • ~ , springtime n ver
  • ~ , vernal adj vernal

spring-balance n balancia a resorto

springboard n trampolino

spring-clean v nettar completemente

  • ~ -clean v nettar completemente (le casa)

springing n suspension

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

spring-onion n parve cibolla

springtime (in ~) adv in le primavera

  • n primavera, ver
  • n ver, primavera
  • ~ , spring n ver

spring-up v crescer

springy adj elastic

sprinkle n aspersion

  • v asperger, irrorar
  • v irrorar, asperger
  • v sparger
  • v sparger sparg-/spars-;-sperg-/-spers-]

sprinkler n irrorator, rigatorio, spargitor

  • n rigatorio, spargitor, irrorator
  • n spargitor
  • n spargitor, irrorator, rigatorio

sprinkling n aspersion

  • ~ , aspersion (act of) n aspersion

sprint (run fast) v currer a maxime velocitate

  • (sport) v sprintar
  • n sprint

sprinter n sprintator

sprocket-wheel n pinnion de catena

sprout n planton

  • vi germinar, pullular
  • vi pullular, germinar
  • vt pulsar

sprouts (alfalfa ~) n germinatos de alfalfa

  • n caule de brussel

spruce (hemlock spruce) n abiete de canada

  • adj elegante
  • n bot

spry adj active, vive

  • adj vive, active

spume, foam, froth (form or gather foam or froth) v spumar

spumiferous, foamy adj spumifere

spur (1. rider's spur; 2. stimulus; 3. spine on a cock's leg; 4. Bot]) n sporon

  • (1. to prick with spurs; 2. to incite, stimulate) v sporonar
  • (incite) v incitar, sporonar, stimular
  • (incite) v sporonar, stimular, incitar
  • (incite) v stimular, incitar, sporonar
  • (on heel) n sporon
  • (prick with spur) v sporonar
  • (stimulus) n incitamento, stimulo
  • (stimulus) n stimulo, incitamento
  • ~ , incite v convitar
  • ~ , incitement n incitamento

spurious adj apocryphe, false

  • adj false, apocryphe
  • ~ , supposititious adj suppositicie

spurn v disdignar, repulsar

  • v repulsar, disdignar

spurrier n sporonero

spurring (act of) n sporonamento

spurt n effortio supreme

  • v facer un effortio supreme

spy n spia

  • n spia, spion
  • n spion
  • n spion, spia
  • ~ upon, spy v spiar
  • v spiar, spionar
  • v spionar
  • v spionar, spiar
  • ~ , spy upon v spiar

spying n spionage

  • ~ , espionage n spionage
  • ~ , espionage n spionage (-aje)

squabble n altercation, querela

  • n querela, altercation
  • v altercar, querelar, venir al parolas
  • v querelar, venir al parolas, altercar
  • v venir al parolas, altercar, querelar

squad n esquadra

squadron (army, air force) n esquadron

  • (naval) n esquadra
  • [Mil] n esquadron
  • [Navy] n esquadra

squadron-leader n commandante de esquadron

squalid adj miserabile, sordide

  • adj sordide, miserabile

squaliform [Zool] adj squaliforme

squall (cry) n crito

  • (of wind) n colpo de vento, raffica
  • (of wind) n raffica, colpo de vento
  • v critar

Squalodon [Paleontol] n squalodonte

squaloid [Zool] adj squaloide

squalor n miseria, sordidessa

  • n sordidessa, miseria

Squalus [Ichthyol] n squalo

squander v dilapidar, dispender, dissipar, guastar, profunder

  • v dispender, dissipar, guastar, profunder, dilapidar
  • v dissipar, guastar, profunder, dilapidar, dispender
  • v guastar, profunder, dilapidar, dispender, dissipar
  • v profunder, dilapidar, dispender, dissipar, guastar
  • ~ , dilapidate v dilapidar
  • ~ , waste v dispender
  • ~ , waste v dispender -pend-/-pens-]
  • ~ , waste v guastar

squanderer, waster n guastator

  • ~ , wastrel, spendthrift n dilapidator

squandering, waste n dilapidation

squarable adj quadrabile

square (1. a rectangle of four equal sides; 2. Math]) n quadrato

  • (1. to give the shape of a square; 2. Math]) v quadrar
  • (as in a square foot, a square piece of cloth) adj quadrate (pp of quadrar)
  • (as in a square foot, a square piece of cloth) adj quadrate
  • (as in T square) n esquadra
  • (divide into squares) vt esquadrar
  • (for drawing) n esquadra
  • (form with right angles and straight lines) v esquadrar
  • (four-sided) adj quadrate
  • (in a town) n placia
  • (make square) v quadrar
  • (rectangle) n quadrato
  • (tidy) adj in ordine
  • v math
  • vi accordar

square-root n radice quadrate

square-up v quadrar

squash (lemon) n citronada, limonada

  • (lemon) n limonada, citronada
  • (orange) n orangiada
  • (sport) n squash
  • v applattar, contunder
  • v contunder, applattar
  • v Fig]

squashing n applattamento, contusion

  • n contusion, applattamento

squat adj disproportionatemente basse

  • v quattar
  • ~ , crouch v quattar

squatter n occupante sin titulo

squatting, crouching adj quatte

squawk n crito rauc

  • v emitter critos rauc

squeak n stridulation

  • v stridular

squeaking adj stridulante

  • n stridulation

squeaky adj stridule

  • ~ , stridulous, creaking adj stridule

squeal (shriek) v emitter critos acute

  • n crito acute
  • v Mech]

squeamish (easily nauseated) adj subjecte a nausea

  • adj Fig]

squeeze (credit ~) n restriction de credito

  • n compression, pression
  • n pression, compression
  • ~ out, press out v exprimer
  • ~ out, press out v exprimer -prim-/-press-]
  • v comprimer, premer
  • v premer, comprimer

squeeze-out v exprimer

squelch n ruito de fango exprimite

  • vi facer ruito de fango exprimite
  • vt supprimer

squib (damp ~) n fiasco

  • n petardo

squid n calamar

squiggle n linea serpentin

  • v contorquer se

squint n strabismo

  • v esser strabe

squinting, cross-eyed adj strabe

  • ~ , strabismus n strabismo

squire n proprietario de terra

  • n scutero

squirm n contorsion

  • v contorquer se

squirrel n sciuro

  • n scuriolo

squirt (jet) n jecto de aqua

  • (syringe) n syringa
  • vi lancear se
  • vt syringar

Sri-Lanka [Geog] n Ceylon, Sri Lanka

  • ~ -Lanka [Geog] n Sri Lanka, Ceylon

St. Eustatius n St. Eustatius

  • ~ . john's wort (Hypericum) n hyperico
  • ~ . Vincent [Geog] n St. Vincent
  • ~ . Vitus's dance, chorea n chorea
  • ~ . Vitus's dance, chorea n chorea (-éa)
  • ~ .Helena [Geog] n St. Helena
  • ~ .-Kitts [Geog] n S. Kitts
  • ~ .-Lucia [Geog] n S. Lucia
  • ~ .-Maarten [Geog] n S. Maarten

stab (with a dagger) v dagar

  • n colpo de pugnal
  • v dagar, pugnalar
  • v pugnalar
  • v pugnalar, dagar

stability n stabilitate

stabilization n stabilisation

stabilize n stabilisar

  • v stabilisar

stabilizer (1. one who stabilizes; 2. Aeronaut]) n stabilisator

stable adj stabile

  • n stabulo
  • v stabular
  • ~ , cattle barn, sty n stabulo
  • ~ , cattle barn, sty n stabulo (stà-)

stabling (of cattle, horses etc.) n stabulation

stack (chimney) n camino

  • (pile) n cumulo, pila
  • (pile) n pila, cumulo
  • v cumular, pilar
  • v pilar, cumular

stadium [Sports] n stadio

  • n stadio

staff (employees) n personal

  • (stick) n baston, pertica
  • (stick) n pertica, baston
  • n Mil]
  • v provider de personal
  • ~ , stick n baston

staffette, estafette n staffetta

stafle adj principal

  • n crampa
  • v crampar

stag n cervo

stage (1. stage of a theater; 2. theater, art of the theater) n scena

  • (level) n grado, stadio
  • (level) n stadio, grado
  • (of development) n stadio
  • ~ directions [Antiq] n didascalia
  • ~ directions [Antiq] n didascalia (-ìa)
  • ~ director n inscenator
  • n Theat]
  • v inscenar, poner in scena
  • v poner in scena, inscenar
  • ~ , put on the stage v inscenar

stagecoach express n velocifero

  • ~ express n velocifero (-cì-)
  • ~ -coach n diligentia

stage-hand n machinista

  • ~ , scene shifter n machinista

stage-manager n director de scena

stagger (amaze) vt stupefacer

  • (rivets, timesheets) v echelonar, scalonar
  • (rivets, timesheets) v scalonar, echelonar
  • n titubation
  • vi titubar
  • ~ , totter v titubar

staggering, tottering (act of) n titubation

staging (action of) n inscenation

  • ~ , mise en scène n mise en scène
  • ~ , mise en scène n mise en scène F]

stagnant adj morte, stagnante

  • adj stagnante
  • adj stagnante (ppr of stagnar)
  • adj stagnante, morte

stagnate v stagnar

  • ~ , be stagnant v stagnar

stagnation n stagnation

staiagmite [Geol] n stalagmite

staid adj posate, serie

  • adj serie, posate

stain (dye) n tinta

  • (dye) v tintar
  • (mark) n macula
  • (mark) v macular
  • ~ , spot n macula
  • ~ , spot v macular

stained adj glass vitro a colores

  • ~ glass window n vitriera

staining, spotting n maculamento

stainless (- steel) n/adj aciero inoxydabile

  • adj inoxydabile

stair n grado, passo

  • n passo, grado
  • ~ , rung, step n grado

staircase n scala

stairs n scala, scalada

  • n scalada, scala

stairstep n passo

stake (betting) n moneta spondite

  • (betting) v jocar, sponder
  • (betting) v sponder, jocar
  • (interest) n interesse, participation
  • (interest) n participation, interesse
  • (post) n palo
  • (risk) v aventurar, riscar
  • (risk) v riscar, aventurar
  • n bib
  • v sustener
  • v sustener (con palos)
  • ~ , post n palo

stake-a-claim v facer un reclamation

stalactite [Geol] n stalactite

  • n stalactite

stalactitic, stalactitical adj stalactitic

stalagmite n stalagmite

stalagmitic, stalagmitical adj stalagmitic

stale (news) adj vetule

  • (not fresh) adj non fresc, rancide
  • (not fresh) adj rancide, non fresc
  • (tired) adj fatigate

stale-mate n impasse, paralyse

  • ~ -mate n paralyse, impasse

staleness n insipiditate

stalk n pedunculo

  • vi ir con passos majestose
  • vt sequer furtivemente, traciar
  • vt traciar, sequer furtivemente
  • ~ , stem, peduncle [Bot] n pedunculo

stall (a car) v arrestar le motor

  • (a horse) vt stabular
  • (choir stall) n stallo
  • (choir) n stallo
  • (for cattle) n stalla
  • (in discussion) vi parlar evasivemente, prevaricar
  • (in discussion) vi prevaricar, parlar evasivemente
  • (stand) n banco de vendita, stand
  • (stand) n stand, banco de vendita
  • n Theat]

stallion n stallon

stalwart adj robuste, valente

  • adj valente, robuste
  • n partisano inconditional

stamen [Bot] n stamine

stamina n resistentia, vigor

  • n vigor, resistentia

staminal, stamineal [Bot] adj staminal

staminate [Bot] adj staminate

stamineal, staminal [Bot] adj staminal

staminiferous [Bot] adj staminifere

stammer n balbutiamento

  • v balbutiar
  • v blesar
  • ~ , stutter n balbutiamento
  • ~ , stutter v balbutiar

stammerer, stutterer n balbutiator

stammering n blesamento

  • n blesitate
  • ~ , speaking indistinctly adj blese

stamp (1. as in rubber stamp; 2. mark made with a stamp) n timbro

  • (impress or imprint with some mark) v stampar
  • (impress with an official stamp) v timbrar
  • (impression) n impression
  • (impression) v stampar
  • (instrument, postage) n timbro
  • (of foot) n colpo de pede
  • (postage) v timbrar
  • (with foot) v calcar

stamp-collector n philatelista

stampede n fuga percipitate

  • vi fugir in disordine/panico
  • vt fomentar panico

stamper (one who or that which stamps) n stampator

  • n stampator

stamping (impressing) n stampage

  • (of foot) v calcar
  • ~ , impressing, imprinting n stampage
  • ~ , impressing, imprinting n stampage (-aje)

stamp-out v extirpar

stance n postura

stanch, staun- adj firme, loyal, solide

  • ~ , staun- adj loyal, solide, firme
  • ~ , staun- adj solide, firme, loyal
  • ~ , staun- v arrestar le fluxo

stand (1. grandstand; 2. as in refreshment stand) n stand

  • (1. grandstand; 2. as in refreshment stand) n stand A]
  • (at exhibition) n stand
  • (be situated) v esser situate
  • (be standing) v star
  • (be standing) vi star
  • (bear) vt suffrer, supportar, tolerar
  • (bear) vt supportar, tolerar, suffrer
  • (bear) vt tolerar, suffrer, supportar
  • (for taxis) n station
  • (halt) n arresto, halto
  • (halt) n halto, arresto
  • (kiosk) n kiosque
  • (pay) v pagar
  • (pay) v pagar (le bibita a un persona)
  • (place) v poner
  • (position) n position
  • (resist) v resister a
  • (sport) n stand, tribuna
  • (sport) n tribuna, stand
  • (stall) n banco de vendita, stand
  • (stall) n stand, banco de vendita
  • (support) n pedestallo, supporto
  • (support) n supporto, pedestallo
  • ~ around (someone) v circumstar
  • ~ around in a circle v circumstar
  • ~ in the way of v obstar
  • n Mil]
  • ~ open, gape, yawn v hiar
  • v Pol]
  • ~ , socle, pedestal n socculo

standard (banner) n insignia, standard

  • (banner) n standard, insignia
  • (monetary) Fin] n valuta
  • (norm of comparison) n standard
  • (norm of comparison) n standard A]
  • (norm) n norma, standard
  • (norm) n standard, norma
  • (of cavalry) n cornetta
  • adj normal
  • n fin
  • ~ , banner n standardo

standard-bearer n insignia

standardization n standardisation

standardize v standardisar

standard-lamp n lampa a pede

standard-of-living n nivello de vita

stand-back interj a retro!

stand-by (person) vt defender, sustener

  • ~ -by (person) vt sustener, defender
  • ~ -by (promise) v restar fidel a
  • ~ -by n reserva
  • ~ -by vi esser presente tener se preste

stand-for (represent) v representar

  • ~ -for (tolerate) v tolerar

stand-in (for an actor) n duple

  • ~ -in (in place of) v suppler a
  • ~ -in (in place of) v suppler a (un persona)

stand-in-for v suppler a

  • ~ -in-for v suppler a (un persona)

standing (action of) n station

  • (army, committee) adj permanente
  • (constant) adj constante
  • (duration) n duration
  • (social) n position, reputation
  • (social) n reputation, position
  • (upright) adj erecte
  • ~ water, pond, pool n stagno

stand-out v esser conspicue/saliente

standpoint n puncto de vista

standstill (at a ~) adj. phr immobilisate, paralysate

  • (at a ~) adj. phr paralysate, immobilisate
  • n arresto, paralyse, stagnation.
  • n immobilisation, paralyse
  • n paralyse, immobilisation

stand-up v levar se

stannate [Chem] n stannato

stannic [Chem] adj stannic

  • ~ , stanniferous adj stannifere

stanniferous, stannic adj stannifere

stanza [Pros] n stanza

  • [Pros] n stanza I]

staple, clip, cramp, clamp (together) v crampar

  • ~ , clip, cramp, clamp n crampa

stapler n machina a crampar

star (1. heavenly body; 2. as in to be born under a lucky star) n stella

  • (1. heavenly body; 2. starshaped figure) n astere
  • (1. heavenly body; 2. starshaped figure) n astro
  • (adorn with stars) vt stellar
  • (film ~) vi star, tener le rolo principal in un film
  • (film ~) vi tener le rolo principal in un film, star
  • (films) n stella
  • (mark) v signalar con asterisco
  • n astron
  • ~ , constellate v constellar

starboard [Naut] n sterbordo

starch (for stiffening) n amido

  • (in food) n fecula
  • v amidar
  • ~ , fecula n fecula

starchworks n feculeria

  • n feculeria (-ìa)

starchy (of food) adj feculose

  • adj Fig]

stare n reguardo fixe

stare-at v reguardar fixemente

stareboard n sterbordo

starfish n asteria

  • n stella de mar

stark (stiff) adj rigide

  • (utter) adj absolute, complete
  • (utter) adj complete, absolute
  • adv completemente, toto
  • adv toto, completemente

starlight n lumine stellar

starling n sturno

star-of-Bethlehem, ornithogalum [Bot] n ornithogalo

  • ~ -of-Bethlehem, ornithogalum [Bot] n ornithogalo (-tò-)

starred, starry adj stellate

starry adj stellate

  • ~ , starred adj stellate

starry-eyed n idealista, ingenue

  • ~ -eyed n ingenue, idealista

start (advantage) n avantage

  • (begin) vi comenciar, haber initio
  • (begin) vi haber initio, comenciar
  • (begin) vt comenciar, initiar
  • (begin) vt initiar, comenciar
  • (beginning) n comenciamento, initio
  • (beginning) n initio, comenciamento
  • (cause) v causar, provocar
  • (cause) v provocar, causar
  • (found) v fundar
  • (make an early ~) phr partir de bon hora
  • (of surprise) n suprasalto
  • (setting out) n partita
  • v Mech]
  • ~ , beginning n initio

starter (of car) n motor impulsor

  • (official who gives the signal to start) Sports] n starter A]
  • (official who gives the signal to start) Sports] n starter
  • (sport) n starter

starting-point n puncto de partita

startle v alarmar

startling (alarming) adj alarmante

  • (surprising) adj surprendente

start-out v mitter se in cammino, partir

  • ~ -out v partir, mitter se in cammino

start-the-car v poner le motor in marcha

starvation n fame

starve vi haber fame

  • vt affamar
  • ~ , famish (cause to starve or famish) v affamar

starver (as in starver of the people) n affamator

starving, famished adj famelic

stasis (stagnation of the blood in a blood vessel) Pathol] n stase

state (1. condition or manner of existence; 2. commonwealth) n stato

  • (as a fact) v constatar
  • (condition) n condition, stato
  • (condition) n stato, condition
  • (declare) v affirmar, declarar
  • (declare) v declarar, affirmar
  • adj de stato, statal
  • adj statal, de stato
  • n Pol]
  • ~ or frame of mind n disposition
  • ~ precisely v precisar
  • ~ the reason for v motivar
  • ~ , commonwealth n republica
  • ~ , commonwealth n republica (-pù-)

stately adj pompose

  • ~ , grand adj pompose

statement (declaration) n declaration

  • (official ~) n communicato official
  • (report) n exposition, reporto
  • (report) n reporto, exposition
  • n Commer]

state-of-mind n disposition

stateroom n cabina

  • ~ , cabin [Naut] n cabina

statesman n homine de stato

  • n statista

statesmanship n habilitate politic

static adj static

statics n statica

station (1. stop, stopping place; 2. station building, depot) n station

  • (place) n position, posto
  • (place) n posto, position
  • (police) n commissariato
  • n Gen]
  • v postar

stationary (fixed in a certain station, place, course) adj stationari

  • n stationari

stationed adj guarnite, in guarnition

  • adj in guarnition, guarnite

stationer n papirero

stationer's (shop) n papireria

s (shop) n papireria (-ìa)

s shop n papireria

stationery n papireria

  • n papireria (-ìa)

stationmaster n chef de station

statistica adj statistic

statistician n statistico

statistics (figures) n statisticas

  • (science of statistics) n statistica
  • (science) n statistica
  • (vital -s) n statisticas demographic

statuary (art of making statues) n statuaria

  • adj statuari
  • n statuario
  • ~ , statue maker n statuario

statue maker, statuary n statuario

  • n statua

statuesque adj statuesc

statuette n statuetta

stature (bodily height) n statura

  • n statura, talia
  • n talia, statura
  • ~ , height n talia

status (legal standing, position) n stato

  • n stato

status-quo phr statu quo

status-symbol n symbolo de prestigio social

statute (as in statute of occupation) n statuto

  • (other senses) n statuto
  • n parl

statutory adj statutari

staunch adj firme, loyal, solide

  • adj loyal, solide, firme
  • adj solide, firme, loyal
  • v arrestar le fluxo

stave (of a cask) n dova

stay (legal) n suspension

  • (remain) vi remaner, restar
  • (remain) vi restar, remaner
  • (reside) v demorar
  • (temporarily) v sojornar
  • ~ awake v veliar
  • ~ awake v vigilar
  • n Mech]
  • n sojorno, visita
  • n visita, sojorno
  • ~ overnight, spend the night v pernoctar
  • vt arrestar, retardar
  • vt retardar, arrestar
  • ~ within, be immanent v immaner
  • ~ , remain v demorar
  • ~ , sojourn n sojorno
  • ~ , sojourn v sojornar

stay-away interj vade via!

  • ~ -away v absentar se

stay-back interj a retro!

steadfast adj constante, firme, resolute

  • adj firme, resolute, constante
  • adj resolute, constante, firme

steadfastness n constantia, resolution

  • n resolution, constantia

steadily (assiduously) adv assiduemente

  • (constantly) adv constantemente, firmemente, fixemente
  • (constantly) adv firmemente, fixemente, constantemente
  • (constantly) adv fixemente, constantemente, firmemente

steady (firm) adj firme, fixe

  • (firm) adj fixe, firme
  • (of peison) adj serie
  • (of rain) adj continue
  • (of speed) adj constante, uniforme
  • (of speed) adj uniforme, constante
  • (under fire) adj imperturbabile

steak (of beef) n beefsteak

  • (other than beef) n trencho

steal away v partir secretemente, sortir furtivemente

  • ~ away v sortir furtivemente, partir secretemente
  • v furar
  • v furar, robar
  • v robar, furar
  • ~ , rob v robar

stealth (by ~) adv furtivemente

  • n procedimento in secreto, secreto
  • n secreto, procedimento in secreto

stealthy adj furtive

  • ~ , furtive adj furtive

steam n vapor

  • vi emitter vapor
  • vt cocer al vapor
  • ~ , vapor n vapor

steam-engine n machina de vapor

steamer, steamship n steamer

  • ~ , steamship n steamer A]
  • ~ , steamship n vapor

steam-roller n rolo compressor

steamship (nave a) n steamer, vapor

  • (nave a) n vapor, steamer
  • ~ , steamer n steamer
  • ~ , steamer n steamer A]
  • ~ , steamer n vapor

stearate [Chem] n stearato

stearic [Chem] adj stearic

  • [Chem] adj stearic (-à-)

stearin n stearina

steatite, soapstone n steatite

steatoma [Med] n steatoma

steatosis, fatty degeneration [Med] n steatosis

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

steel (1. to overlay, point, plate, with steel; 2. to convert into or cause to resemble steel) v acierar

  • (strike fire with) n fusil
  • adj de aciero
  • ~ mill, steelworks n acieria
  • ~ mill, steelworks n acieria (-ìa)
  • n aciero
  • ~ plating, acierage n acierage
  • ~ plating, acierage n acierage (-aje)
  • vt acierar

steel-oneself v indurar se

steelworks n acieria

  • ~ , steel mill n acieria
  • ~ , steel mill n acieria (-ìa)

steep (precipitous) adj ardue, precipitose, scarpate

  • (precipitous) adj precipitose, scarpate, ardue
  • (precipitous) adj scarpate, ardue, precipitose
  • (unreasonable) adj exorbitante
  • vt imbiber, macerar
  • vt macerar, imbiber
  • ~ , scarped adj scarpate
  • ~ , scarped adj scarpate (pp of scarpar)

steeple n campanil con tecto conic, campanil coronate de agulia

  • n campanil coronate de agulia, campanil con tecto conic

steeplechase [Horse Racing] n steeplechase

  • [Horse Racing] n steeplechase A]
  • n cursa de obstaculos, steeplechase
  • n steeplechase, cursa de obstaculos

steepness n grado de inclination

steer (car) v guidar, manovrar

  • (car) v manovrar, guidar
  • (ship) v governar
  • [Naut] v governar
  • n bovello
  • v Gen]

steer-clear-of v evitar

steering n direction

  • ~ wheel n volante

steering-wheel n volante

steeve, stow in the ship's hold v stivar

steever (one who steeves) n stivator

stellar adj stellar

  • ~ stellar adj stellar

stelliferous adj stellifere

stem (stalk) n pedunculo, stirpe

  • (stalk) n stirpe, pedunculo
  • n gram
  • v arrestar, refrenar
  • v refrenar, arrestar
  • ~ , base, theme [Gram] n thema
  • ~ , base, theme [Gram] n thema -ma/-mat-]
  • ~ , peduncle, stalk [Bot] n pedunculo

stem-from v provenir de, resultar de

  • ~ -from v resultar de, provenir de

stench n fetidessa, odor infecte

  • n odor infecte, fetidessa

stencil (as in stencils for decoration) n patrono

  • (duplicate) v mimeographar, stencilar
  • (duplicate) v stencilar, mimeographar
  • (for decoration) n patrono
  • (for duplicating) n stencil
  • (mimeographing) n stencil
  • (mimeographing) n stencil A]
  • v decorar per patronos
  • v marcar per patronos
  • v reproducer per patronos

steno- (narrow) occurring in compounds] adj sten-

stenograph, write shorthand v stenographiar

stenographer [Fem] n stenographa

  • [Masc] n stenographo
  • n stenographo
  • n stenographo (-ògrapho)
  • ~ , stenographist n stenographista

stenographic adj stenographic

stenographist, stenographer n stenographista

stenography, shorthand n stenographia

  • ~ , shorthand n stenographia (-ìa)

Stentor [Gr. Antiq] n Stentore

stentorian adj stentoree

step (go) v ir

  • (go) v vader
  • (in ~) adv al passo
  • (measure) n mesura
  • (stair) n grado, scalon
  • (stair) n scalon, grado
  • (take -s) v prender mesuras, prender su mesuras
  • (take -s) v prender su mesuras, prender mesuras
  • (walking) n passo
  • ~ by step adv/phr gradualmente
  • ~ by step adv/phr passo a passo
  • ~ down (go down) v descender
  • ~ down (reduce) v reducer
  • ~ down (reduce) v reducer (le voltage)
  • ~ on v poner le pede sur
  • ~ up vi montar
  • ~ up vt augmentar
  • ~ , rung n scalon
  • ~ , stair, rung n grado

stepbrother n fratrastro

stepchild, stepson n filiastro

stepdaughter n filiastra

stepfather n patrastro

Stephen n Stephano

  • n Stephano (sté-)

stepladder n scala duple

  • n scala duple (con grados platte)

stepmother n matrastra

steppe n steppa

stepping stone n Fig]

  • ~ stone n petra de vadar

stepsister n sororastra

stepson n filiastro

  • ~ , stepchild n filiastro

stercoral adj stercoral

  • adj stercorari

stere, cubic meter [Metric System] n stereo

  • ~ -, stereo- (solid) occurring in derivatives and compounds] adj stere-

stereo n stereo

  • ~ , stereotype (stereotype plate) n stereotypo
  • ~ , stereotype (stereotype plate) n stereotypo (-ò-)

stereographic adj stereographic

stereography n stereographia

  • n stereographia (-ìa)

stereometry n stereometria

  • n stereometria (-ìa)

stereophonic adj stereophonic

stereoscope n stereoscopio

stereoscopic adj stereoscopic

stereoscopy n stereoscopia

  • n stereoscopia (-ìa)

stereotomic adj stereotomic

stereotomy n stereotomia

  • n stereotomia (-ìa)

stereotype (1. to make into stereos; 2. to make stereotyped) v stereotypar

  • n stereotypo
  • ~ , stereo (stereotype plate) n stereotypo
  • ~ , stereo (stereotype plate) n stereotypo (-ò-)
  • ~ , stereotypic adj stereotypic
  • ~ , stereotypical [Print] adj stereotype
  • ~ , stereotypical [Print] adj stereotype (-ò-)

stereotyped adj stereotype

  • adj stereotype (-ò-)

stereotyping n stereotypia

  • n stereotypia (-ìa)

sterile (free from bacteria) adj sterilisate

  • (free from bacteria) adj sterilisate (pp of sterilisar)
  • adj sterile
  • ~ , barren adj sterile

sterility n sterilitate

  • ~ , barrenness n sterilitate

sterilization n sterilisation

sterilize (1. to deprive of fecundity; 2. to free from bacteria) v sterilisar

  • v sterilisar

sterilizer n sterilisator

sterling adj genuin, pur

  • adj pur, genuin
  • n sterling

stern adj sever

  • n poppa

sternal [Anat] adj sternal

sternalgia [Med] n sternalgia

  • [Med] n sternalgia (-ìa)

sternocostal [Anat] adj sternocostal

sternum, breastbone n sterno

sternutation, sneezing n sternutation

sternutatory adj sternutatori

stetho- (breast, chest) occurring in compounds] n stetho-

stethoscope n stethoscopio

stethoscopic adj stethoscopic

stethoscopy n stethoscopia

  • n stethoscopia (-ìa)

stevedore n stivator

stew (fruit) v facer un compota de

  • n estufato, ragout
  • n ragout, estufato

steward (of an estate) n dispensero, economo

  • (of an estate) n economo, dispensero
  • [Naut] n steward
  • [Naut] n steward A]
  • [Nav] n administrator
  • ~ , butler n dispensero
  • ~ , housekeeper n economo
  • ~ , housekeeper n economo (-cò-)

stewardess (on aircraft) n hostessa, stewardess

  • (on aircraft) n stewardess, hostessa

stewardship n economato

stewed (drunk) adj ebrie, inebriate

  • (drunk) adj inebriate, ebrie
  • (wrathful) adj in cholera, irascite, irate
  • (wrathful) adj irascite, irate, in cholera
  • (wrathful) adj irate, in cholera, irascite
  • adj estufate

stewed-fruit n compota de fructos

sthen-, stheno (strength) occurring in derivatives and compounds] n stheno-

sthenic [Pathol] adj sthenic

stich, stichos [Pros] n sticho

stichomythy [Gr. Lit] n stichomythia

  • [Gr. Lit] n stichomythia (-ìa)

stichos, stich [Pros] n sticho

stick (attach) vt attaccar

  • (put) v mitter, poner
  • (put) v poner, mitter
  • (remain) v remaner, restar
  • (remain) v restar, remaner
  • (something sharp) v figer
  • (stand) v supportar
  • (with glue) v collar, glutinar
  • (with glue) v glutinar, collar
  • n baston
  • ~ or glue together, agglutinate v agglutinar
  • v Mech]
  • vi collar se
  • ~ , staff n baston

stick'em-up v/interj manos in alto!

sticker n etiquetta gummate

stick-fast v esser fixe

stickiness, glutinousness n glutinositate

sticking n plaster sparadrapo

stickler n rigorista

stick-out v salir

stick-together v agglutinar

  • ~ -together v Fig]

stick-up-for v prender le defensa de

sticky (gluey) adj collose, glutinose

  • (gluey) adj glutinose, collose
  • (problematic) adj problematic
  • ~ , gluey adj collose
  • ~ , glutinous adj glutinose

stiff adj inflexibile, rigide

  • adj rigide, inflexibile
  • ~ , rigid adj rigide

stiffen v rigidar

  • v rigidar (se)

stiffness n inflexibilitate, rigiditate

  • n rigiditate, inflexibilitate
  • ~ , rigidity n rigiditate

stifle (choke) v suffocar

  • v Fig]

stigma (1. brand; 2. Pathol]; 3. Bot]; 4. Zool] (spiracle) n stigma

  • (1. brand; 2. Pathol]; 3. Bot]; 4. Zool] (spiracle) n stigma -ma/-mat-]
  • n stigma

stigmatization n stigmatisation

stigmatize (1. Theol.l: 2. to brand, stamp with infamy) v stigmatisar

stile n scaletta fixe

stiletto, stylet n stiletto

still (calm) adj tranquille

  • (for distilling) n alambic
  • (motionless) adj immobile
  • (quiet) adj silentiose
  • adv ancora, totevia
  • adv totevia, ancora
  • n Photog]
  • v calmar
  • ~ , yet, encore! adv ancora

stilleborn adj nate morte

still-life n natura morte

stillness (immobility) n immobilitate

  • (silence) n silentio
  • (tranquillity) n tranquillitate

stilted adj affectate, artificial

  • adj artificial, affectate

stimulant adj/n stimulante

  • ~ , excitant n excitante

stimulate v stimular

stimulating stimulante adj stimulante

  • ~ stimulante adj stimulante (ppr of stimular)
  • ~ , exciting adj excitative

stimulation n stimulation

stimulative adj stimulative

stimulator n stimulator

stimulus n stimulo

sting (1. to prick; 2. to pain sharply) v punger

  • (1. to prick; 2. to pain sharply) v punger pung-/punct-]
  • [Zool] n aculeo
  • n aculeo
  • v piccar, punger
  • v punger, piccar
  • ~ , bite, smart v piccar

stinginess n parsimonia

  • ~ , parsimony n parsimonia

stinging adj piccante, pungente

  • adj pungente, piccante
  • ~ , urticant adj urticante
  • ~ , urticant adj urticante (ppr of urticar)

stinging-nettle n urtica

stingy adj illiberal, parsimoniose

  • adj parsimoniose, illiberal
  • ~ , parsimonious adj parsimoniose

stink n fetor, mal odor

  • n mal odor, fetor
  • v puter

stinking (smelling) adj de mal odor, fetide

  • (smelling) adj fetide, de mal odor
  • adj Fig]

stint (allotted portion) n portion de labor assignate

  • (limit) n limite, restriction
  • (limit) n restriction, limite
  • v limitar, restringer
  • v restringer, limitar

stipend n stipendio

stipendiary (one who receives a stipend) n stipendiario

  • (receiving a stipend) adj stipendiari

stipple (draw with dots) v punctar

stipulate v stipular

stipulation n stipulation

stir n agitation

  • ~ up to rebellion v rebellar
  • v agitar
  • v agitar (se)

stirring adj excitante, inspirante

  • adj inspirante, excitante

stirrup n staffa

stir-up (a rebellion) v fomentar

  • ~ -up (excite) v activar, excitar
  • ~ -up (excite) v excitar, activar

stitch (in knitting) n malia

  • (knitting) n malia
  • (sewing) n puncto
  • [Bookbinding] v brochar
  • [Bookbinding] v brochar (-sh-)
  • v suer
  • v suer su-/sut-]
  • ~ , prick n puncto

stitching n sutura

stoa (portico) Gr. Antiq] n stoa

stoat a armenio

stock (1. stem, trunk; 2. as in of old English stock) n stirpe

  • (breed) n racia, stirpe
  • (breed) n stirpe, racia
  • (cattle) n bestial
  • (habitual) adj habitual, normal
  • (habitual) adj normal, habitual
  • (keep) v tener in magazin
  • (of a rifle) n calce
  • (of a rifle, pistol) n fuste
  • (of rifle) n calce, fuste
  • (of rifle) n fuste, calce
  • (securities) n valores
  • (supply) v approvisionar, stockar
  • (supply) v stockar, approvisionar
  • (take ~) v facer le inventario
  • (trunk) n trunco
  • ~ exchange, stock market n bursa
  • ~ market, stock exchange n bursa
  • n bot
  • n Commer]
  • n Theat]
  • ~ , gillyflower n matthiola
  • ~ , lay in a stock of v stockar
  • ~ , supply [Commer] n stock
  • ~ , supply [Commer] n stock A]

stockade, fence n barriera

stockbreeding n elevage

stockbroker n agente de bursa

stockbroking, agiotage, exchange business n agiotage

  • ~ , agiotage, exchange business n agiotage (ajotaje)

stock-exchange n bursa

stockholder n actionero

  • ~ , shareholder n actionero
  • ~ , shareholder n actionista

stocking (small) n calcetta

  • ~ maker, stocking weaver n calcettero
  • n calcea
  • ~ weaver, stocking maker n calcettero

stockman n bovero

stock-market n mercato de actiones

stockpile n reserva

  • v accumular

stocktaking n inventario

stocky adj basse ma forte

stodgy adj indigeste, pesante

  • adj pesante, indigeste

stoic (1. Philos]; 2. one who practices stoicism) n stoico

  • (1. Philos]; 2. one who practices stoicism) n stoico (stòico)
  • adj stoic
  • n stoico
  • ~ , stoical (1. Philos]; 2. indifferent to pleasure and pain) adj stoic (stòic)
  • ~ , stoical (1. Philos]; 2. indifferent to pleasure and pain) adj stoic

stoical, stoic (1. Philos]; 2. indifferent to pleasure and pain) adj stoic

  • ~ , stoic (1. Philos]; 2. indifferent to pleasure and pain) adj stoic (stòic)

stoicism (1. Philos]; 2. repression of the emotions) n stoicismo

  • n stoicismo

stoke v cargar

  • v cargar (le caldiera)

stoker v fochero

stole (scarf) n stola

  • [Eccl] n stola

stolen article n furto

stolid adj impassibile, phlegmatic

  • adj phlegmatic, impassibile

stoma [Bot] n stoma

  • [Bot] n stoma -ma/-mat-]

stomach (digest) v digerer

  • n stomacho
  • n stomacho (stò-)
  • v Fig]

stomach-ache n mal de stomacho

stomachic adj stomachal

stomatitis [Pathol] n stomatitis

  • [Pathol] n stomatitis (-ìtis)

stomatoscope n stomatoscopio

stone (- cold) phr frigide

  • (1. rock; 2. Med] (calculus) n petra
  • (made of stone) adj saxee
  • (pebble) n calculo
  • (rock) n lapide, saxo, petra
  • (rock) n petra, lapide, saxo
  • (rock) n saxo, petra, lapide
  • (seed) n pepita
  • (weight) n stone
  • adj de petra
  • n lapide
  • n lapide (là-)
  • ~ pit, quarry n petreria
  • ~ pit, quarry n petreria (-ìa)
  • v lapidar
  • ~ , lapidate (1. to hurl stones at (someone) 2. to put to death by stoning) v lapidar
  • ~ , pip, seed n pepita
  • ~ , rock n saxo
  • ~ , stony, lapideous adj lapidee

stonelike, lithoid adj lithoide

stoner, lapidator n lapidator

stoning, lapidation n lapidation

stony (1. full of stones; 2. of the nature of stone) adj petrose

  • adj Fig]
  • adj petrose
  • ~ ground n saxeto
  • ~ , lapideous, stone adj lapidee
  • ~ , lapidous adj lapidose
  • ~ , rocky (abounding in stones) adj saxose

stool (seat without a back) n tabouret

  • (seat without a back) n tabouret F]
  • n scabello
  • n scabello, tabouret
  • n tabouret, scabello

stoop n inclination de corpore

  • v inclinar se

stop (1. to bring a motor a car to a halt; 2. to come to a halt) v stoppar

  • (a motion) v arrestar, stoppar
  • (a motion) v stoppar, arrestar
  • (an activity) vt cessar
  • (bus) n halto, station
  • (bus) n station, halto
  • (from activity) vi cessar
  • (from motion) v arrestar se, stationar, stoppar
  • (from motion) v stationar, stoppar, arrestar se
  • (from motion) v stoppar, arrestar se, stationar
  • (gentile) n arresto, cessation
  • (gentile) n cessation, arresto
  • (of a wind instrument) Mus] n clave
  • (organ) n registro
  • (pause) n interruption, pausa
  • (pause) n pausa, interruption
  • (prevent) v impedir
  • (teeth) v obturar, plumbar
  • (teeth) v plumbar, obturar
  • ~ fasting, break the fast v disjejunar
  • ~ interj basta!, stop!
  • ~ interj stop!, basta!
  • n mus
  • ~ up (with tow or oakum) v stoppar
  • ~ up, plug v tappar
  • ~ , cease (1. to come to an end; 2. to bring to an end) v cessar
  • ~ , halt (cease to go on or move) v stationar
  • ~ , halt n halto

stopgap n recurso provisional

stoppable, curbable, checkable adj frenabile

stoppage n interruption, suspension

  • n suspension, interruption

stopper n tappo

  • ~ , plug n tappo

stopping, arresting (bringing to a standstill) n arrestation

  • ~ , arresting (bringing to a standstill) n arresto

stop-up (block) v obstruer, stoppar

  • ~ -up (block) v stoppar, obstruer
  • ~ -up (lie awake) v veliar
  • ~ -up (plug) v obturar, tappar
  • ~ -up (plug) v tappar, obturar

stopwatch n chronometro

storage n immagazinage

store (shop or warehouse) n magazin

  • (supply) n provision
  • ~ up, warehouse v immagazinar
  • v immagazinar
  • ~ , shop n boteca
  • ~ , shop n magazin

storehouse, warehouse n magazin

storekeeper, shopkeeper n botechero

storeroom n deposito, dispensa

  • n dispensa, deposito

storey n etage

storing up, warehousing n immagazinage

  • ~ up, warehousing n immagazinage (-aje)

stork n ciconia

storm cloud n nubilo

  • ~ cloud n nubilo (nù-)
  • n tempesta
  • vi tempestar
  • vt expugnar
  • ~ , rage v tempestar
  • ~ , take by assault v expugnar

stormable, pregnable adj expugnabile

stormy adj tempestuose

story (floor) n etage

  • (narrative) n historia
  • (tale) n conto, fabula
  • (tale) n fabula, conto
  • n historia
  • ~ , floor n etage
  • ~ , floor n etage F]
  • ~ , plot (of a a play) n fabula
  • ~ , plot (of a a play) n fabula (fà-)
  • ~ , tale n conto

story-teller, fabulist n fabulista

stout (brave) adj valente

  • (fat) adj corpulente
  • (strong) adj forte, solide
  • (strong) adj solide, forte
  • n bira obscur

stout-limbed adj membrute

stoutness n corpulentia

stove (stove for heating a room) n estufa

  • n estufa

stow in the ship's hold, steeve v stivar

  • v stivar

stow-away n passagero clandestin

  • ~ -away v conservar

strabismus, squinting n strabismo

strabotomy [Surg] n strabotomia

  • [Surg] n strabotomia (-ìa)

straddle v star con gambas a cata latere (de un cosa)

straggle v extender se, ir sin ordine

  • v ir sin ordine, extender se

straight (1. not curved or bent; 2. honest, upright) adj recte

  • (frankly) adv francamente
  • (honest) adj franc, recte
  • (honest) adj recte, franc
  • (in a line) adj directe
  • (in a line) adv directe
  • (in order) adv in ordine
  • (not curved) adj directe, recte
  • (not curved) adj recte, directe

straight-ahead adv directemente

straight-away adv immediatemente

straighten v disfalsar, rectificar

  • v rectificar, disfalsar
  • ~ , true v disfalsar

straighten-out v poner in ordine, regular

  • ~ -out v regular, poner in ordine

straightforward (frank) adj franc, loyal

  • (frank) adj loyal, franc
  • (simple) adj simple
  • ~ , candid adj candide

straightforwardness (frank) n loyalitate, sinceritate

  • (frank) n sinceritate, loyalitate
  • (simple) n simplicitate
  • ~ , candor n candor
  • ~ , uprightness, rectitude n directura

straightness (quality or fact of being straight, not bent or curved) n rectitude

  • n rectitude

strain (damage) vt deformar

  • (effort) n effortio
  • (filter) v filtrar
  • (sift) v cribrar, passar per un cribro
  • (sift) v passar per un cribro, cribrar
  • (tension) n tension
  • (trace) n tracia
  • [Med] n effortio
  • ~ again, filter again v recolar
  • vi facer un effortio
  • ~ , filter v colar

strainer (device for straining filtering) n colo

  • (device for straining, filtering etc.) n colatorio
  • n colatorio, filtro
  • n filtro, colatorio
  • ~ , sieve n cribro

straining, filtering (process of) n colatura

strait n stricto

  • ~ , handcuff, gas-mantle, channel n manica

straitjacket n camisa/jacchetta de fortia

straitlaced adj prude, puritan

  • adj puritan, prude

straits, narrows n stricto

strand (beach) n plagia

  • (fish, ship) v arenar
  • (of rope) n filamento
  • ~ , run aground v arenar
  • ~ , run aground v insablar

stranded (of ship) adj arenate

  • adj Fig]

stranding, grounding n arenamento

  • ~ , running aground, silting (act of) n insablamento

strange (queer, unfamiliar) adj estranie

  • adj estranie
  • ~ , absurd, odd adj extravagante
  • ~ , absurd, odd adj extravagante (ppr of extravagar)

strangeness n estranitate

  • ~ , absurdity, oddness n extravagantia

stranger n estraniero

  • ~ , foreigner n estraniero

strangle v strangular

stranglehold n dominio complete

strangler n strangulator

strangulate [Med] v strangular

strangulated [Med] adj strangulate

  • [Med] adj strangulate (pp of strangular)

strangulation n strangulation

strap (band, thong) n corregia

  • n corregia
  • v ligar con un corregia

strapping adj robuste

strata n stratos

stratagem n stratagema

  • n stratagema -ma/-mat-]
  • ~ , trick n maneo
  • ~ , trick n maneo (-éo)

stratagemic, stratagematic adj stratagematic

strategic adj strategic

strategist n strategista

  • n stratego

strategy n strategia

  • n strategia (-ìa)

stratification [Geol] n stratification

stratify (deposit in strata) Geol] v stratificar

stratosphere n stratosphera

stratospheric, stratospherical adj stratospheric

stratum n strato

  • ~ , layer n strato
  • ~ , layer, deposit [Geol] n jacimento

straw (the last ~) phr le culmine

  • adj de palea
  • n palea

strawberry n fraga

  • ~ plant n fragiero
  • ~ seller n fragero

strawberry-fields n campos de fraga

strawberry-plant n fragiero

straw-colored adj paleate

straw-mattress, palliasse n paleassa

strawstack n paleario

strawy adj paleose

strawyard n paleario

stray (deviate) v deviar

  • (get lost) v perder se
  • (lost) adj perdite
  • (wander) v errar, vagar
  • (wander) v vagar, errar
  • adj Fig]

streak (line) n stria

  • (of lightning) n fulgure
  • (vein) n vena
  • v striar

streaky adj striate

stream (brook) n curso de aqua, rivo

  • (brook) n rivo, curso de aqua
  • (current) n currente
  • (in) v infunder
  • (out) v effunder
  • n Fig]

streamer n bandierola, serpentino

  • n serpentino, bandierola
  • ~ , banderole n bandierola

streamline (profile) v profilar

  • v Fig]

streamlined adj aerodynamic, profilate

  • adj profilate, aerodynamic

street n strata

  • ~ , alley n vico
  • ~ , road, highway (paved) n strata

streetcar (as in streetcar tickets) adj tramviari

  • ~ line n tramvia
  • ~ line n tramvia (-ìa)
  • ~ man n tramviero
  • n tram, tramway
  • n tramway, tram
  • ~ , tram n tram
  • ~ , tram n tram A]
  • ~ , tramcar, trolley (car) n tramway
  • ~ , tramcar, trolley (car) n tramway A]

street-lamp n lampa de strata

strength (of the body, power, physics) n fortia

  • (toughness) n resistentia, soliditate
  • (toughness) n soliditate, resistentia
  • n robore

strengthen v consolidar, reinfortiar, roborar

  • v reinfortiar, roborar, consolidar
  • v roborar, consolidar, reinfortiar
  • ~ , fortify (again) v reconfortar
  • ~ , fortify v confortar
  • ~ , make firm v affirmar
  • ~ , make strong v corroborar
  • ~ , make strong v roborar
  • ~ , reinforce v reinfortiar

strengthening (act of making strong) n corroboration

  • (making strong) adj corroborative
  • n consolidation, reinfortiamento
  • n reinfortiamento, consolidation

strenuous (arduous) adj ardue

  • (vigorous) adj vigorose
  • adj energic
  • ~ task phr ardue labor

strepto- (twisted) occurring in compounds] adj strept-

streptococcus [Bacteriol] n streptococco

stress (a syllable) v accentuar

  • (emphasis) n emphase
  • (strain) n effortio, tension
  • (strain) n tension, effortio
  • [Gen] v insister super
  • [Gram] accento

stretch (at a ~) phr sin pausa

  • (elasticity) n elasticitate
  • (stretching out, extent) n extension
  • vi extender se
  • vt extender, tender, tirar
  • vt tender, tirar, extender
  • vt tirar, extender, tender
  • ~ , draw out v tirar

stretcher (for lying on) n lectiera

  • (one who or that which stretches) n tenditor
  • (person or thing that stretches) n tenditor

stretching, drawing out (act of) n tiramento

stretch-one's-legs phr exercitar le gambas

stretch-out v allongar, extender

  • ~ -out v allongar, extender (le bracio)
  • ~ -out v extender (le bracio), allongar
  • ~ -out v extender, allongar

strew (cover) v coperir

  • (sprinkle) v dispersar, sparger
  • (sprinkle) v sparger, dispersar
  • ~ with flowers v inflorar

strewing flowers (action of) n infloramento

stricken adj colpate, ferite

  • adj ferite, colpate

strict (1. precise; 2. severe) adj stricte

  • adj rigorose, stricte
  • adj stricte, rigorose

strictness n rigor, severitate

  • n severitate, rigor

stricture, binding tightly, tightening (act of) n strictura

stride (take in one's ~) phr superar facilemente

  • n passo
  • v ir a grande passos

stridence, stridency n stridentia

stridency, stridence n stridentia

strident (screamy) adj stridente

  • adj stridente
  • adj stridente (ppr of strider)

stridor (shrill, shrieking sound) n stridor

stridulant, stridulent adj stridulante

stridulate v stridular

stridulation n stridulation

stridulator n stridulator

stridulatory adj stridulatori

stridulent, stridulant adj stridulante

stridulous, creaking, squeaky adj stridule

strife n conflicto, lucta

  • n lucta, conflicto

strike (a match) v accender

  • (a wound) v ferir
  • (as in be on strike) n exopero
  • (as in be on strike) n exopero (-ò-)
  • (by lightning) v siderar
  • (collide with) v choccar contra
  • (go on ~) v exoperar
  • (hit) n colpo
  • (hit) vt batter, colpar
  • (hit) vt colpar, batter
  • (indust) n exopero
  • (lightning) v siderar
  • (of clock) vi sonar
  • (of clock) vi sonar (le hora)
  • (of thoughts) v impressionar
  • (oil) v discoperir, incontrar
  • (oil) v incontrar, discoperir
  • [Indust] exoperar
  • [Techn] percuter
  • ~ , be on strike v exoperar
  • ~ , collide with v impinger
  • ~ , collide with v impinger -ping-/-pact-]
  • ~ , hit v colpar
  • ~ , hit v ferir
  • ~ , hit v percuter
  • ~ , hit v percuter -cut-/-cuss-]

strikebreaker n rumpe-exoperos

strike-out v cancellar

striker (mech) n percussor

  • (worker on strike) n exoperante
  • [Indust] exoperante

strikes, one who hits n colpator

striking adj impressionante, surprendente

  • adj surprendente, impressionante

string (beads) v infilar

  • (series) n serie
  • (shoe-string) n cordon
  • (twine, cord) n corda
  • v infilar
  • ~ , lace (as in shoe lace, corset string) n cordon

stringent adj rigorose, sever

  • adj sever, rigorose

strip (- down) v disnudar

  • (- down) v disnudar (se)
  • (- fruit) v disfructar
  • (despoil) vt spoliar
  • (of cloth) n lista
  • n banda, lista
  • n lista, banda
  • ~ of furniture v dismobilar
  • ~ the bark from v decorticar
  • v Techn]
  • ~ , despoil v spoliar

stripe (mil) n galon

  • (of color) n lista
  • (of colour) n lista, stria
  • (of colour) n stria, lista
  • v striar, zebrar
  • v zebrar, striar

striped adj zebrate

stripping, despoiling n spoliamento

strive (struggle) v luctar

  • (try) v effortiar se

Strix [Zool] n strige

stroke (at a ~) phr de un colpo

  • (hit) n colpo, percussion
  • (hit) n percussion, colpo
  • (of pen or brush) n tracto
  • (short line drawn with a pen, paintbrush) n tracto
  • [Med] n sideration
  • v caressar

stroll (go for a ~) v/phr deambular, flanar

  • (go for a ~) v/phr flanar, deambular
  • ~ about, walk around v circumerrar
  • n deambulation
  • ~ , deambulation n deambulation
  • ~ , loaf v flanar

strong (of materials) adj robuste, solide

  • (of materials) adj solide, robuste
  • (of protest) adj energic
  • [Gen] forte
  • adj forte

strong-box n cassa forte

stronghold (fortress) n fortalessa

  • n Fig]

strongly (firmly) adv solidemente

  • (hard) adv forte
  • ~ , hard adv forte
  • ~ , vehemently adv valde

strong-minded adj resolute

strong-mindedness n resolution

strongroom n camera cuirassate

Strontian (parish of Strontian) n Strontian

  • ~ , strontianite [Mineral] n strontianite

strontianite, strontian [Mineral] n strontianite

strontium [Chem] n strontium

  • [Chem] n strontium stròn-]

strophe (1. Gr. Lit]; 2. Pros] (stanza) n strophe

strophic, strophical adj strophic

strophical, strophic adj strophic

structural adj structural

structurally adv structuralmente

structure n structura

strudel n strudel

  • n strudel G]

struggle (flail about, writhe) v debatter se

  • ~ again v reluctar
  • n lucta
  • ~ out of (a difficulty) v eluctar
  • v luctar
  • ~ , fight n lucta
  • ~ , fight v combatter
  • ~ , fight v luctar

strum v jocar pigremente

struma (1. scrofulous tumor; 2. goiter) n struma

strumous (affected with struma) adj strumose

strut about, parade v paradar

  • n supporto, trabe secundari
  • n trabe secundari, supporto
  • v paradar, pavonisar
  • v pavonisar, paradar
  • ~ , peacock v pavonisar

strychnic adj strychnic

strychnine [Chem] n strychnina

  • n strychnina

strychninism [Med] n strychninismo

Strychnos [Bot] n strychno

stub (end) n parte residual, pecietta

  • (end) n pecietta, parte residual
  • (of cheaue) n talon
  • ~ , counterfoil, talon [Fin] n talon

stubble (the stumps of wheat, corn, grass left in the ground after reaping) n stupula

  • (the stumps of wheat, corn, grass left in the ground after reaping) n stupula (stù-)
  • n stupula

stubborn adj obstinate, restive

  • adj restive, obstinate

stubbornness n obstination

stubby adj truncate

stucco n stucco

  • n stucco I]
  • ~ , overlav with stucco v stuccar

stuccoer, stuccoworker n stuccator

stuccowork n stuccatura

stuccoworker, stuccoer n stuccator

stud (breed animal) n copertor

  • (nail) n clavo
  • (of shirt) n button de collo
  • ~ ram, studhorse n copertor
  • v guarnir de clavos

student n studente

  • n studiante

studhorse, stud ram n copertor

studio n studio

studious (assiduous in study) adj studiose

  • adj studiose

studiousness n application

study (1. act or process of studying; 2. room devoted to study; 3. Art, lit]; 4. Mus] (étude) n studio

  • (all senses) n studio
  • v studer
  • v studiar

stuff (fill up) v reimpler, stipar

  • (fill up) v stipar, reimpler
  • (pad) v borrar
  • (substance) n stoffa, substantia
  • (substance) n substantia, stoffa
  • (substance, essence) n stoffa
  • (worthless goods) n cosalia
  • ~ with truffles v trufar
  • ~ , fill up v reimpler
  • ~ , fill up v stipar
  • ~ , pad v borrar

stuffing (forcemeat) n farce

  • (padding) n borra
  • ~ , forcemeat [Cookery] n farce
  • ~ , forcemeat [Cookery] n farce F]
  • ~ , padding (material with which something is padded or stuffed) n borra

stuffy (close) adj mal ventilate

  • adj Fig]

stultify v destruer le valor de, facer ridicule

  • v facer ridicule, destruer le valor de

stumble n passo false

  • v facer un passo false

stumbling (- block) n petra de scandalo

  • n passo false

stump (bit) n pecietta

  • n residuo truncate
  • v embarassar

stun (daze) v esturdir

  • (deafen) v assurdar
  • ~ , daze v esturdir

stunned, amazed adj stupide

stunning adj stupende

stunt (gimmick) n stratagema publicitari

  • (trick) n volo acrobatic
  • v arrestar le developpamento

stupefacient stupefaciente, stupefying adj stupefaciente

stupefaction (1. torpor; 2. amazement) n stupefaction

stupefactive, stupefying adj stupefactive

stupefy (1. to make torpid, benumb; 2. to amaze) v stupefacer

  • (1. to make torpid, benumb; 2. to amaze) v stupefacer -fac-/-fact-]
  • v imbrutir, stupefacer
  • v stupefacer, imbrutir
  • ~ , besot v imbrutir

stupefying, besotting adj imbrutiente

  • ~ , stupefacient stupefaciente adj stupefaciente
  • ~ , stupefactive adj stupefactive

stupendous adj stupende

  • ~ , amazing adj stupende

stupid adj stupide

  • ~ , ignorant adj nescie

stupidity n stupiditate

  • ~ , foolishness, ignorance n nescietate

stupor n stupor

sturdiness n soliditate

sturdy (persistent) adj resolute, tenace

  • (persistent) adj tenace, resolute
  • (robust) adj robuste, vigorose
  • (robust) adj vigorose, robuste

sturgeon [Ichthyol] n sturion

  • n sturion

stutter n balbutiamento

  • v balbutiar
  • v facer mal al digito del pede
  • ~ , stammer n balbutiamento
  • ~ , stammer v balbutiar

stutterer n balbutiante

  • ~ , stammerer n balbutiator

sty (for pigs) n stabulo

  • (in eye) n hordeolo
  • ~ , stable, cattle barn n stabulo
  • ~ , stable, cattle barn n stabulo (stà-)

Stygian adj stygie

style (1. Antiq] (stylus; 2. manner of writing, speaking, making) n stilo

  • n maniera, stilo
  • n stilo, maniera
  • v denominar

stylet, stiletto n stiletto

stylish adj chic, elegante

  • adj elegante, chic
  • ~ , chic adj chic
  • ~ , chic adj chic F]

stylishness n elegantia

stylist (as in prose stylist) n stilista

stylistic, stylistical adj stilistic

  • ~ , stylistics n stilistica

stylistical, stylistic adj stilistic

stylistics, stylistic n stilistica

stylization n stilisation

stylize, conventionalize v stilisar

stylus n stilo

Styx [Gr. Mythol] n Styge

suasible, persuadable adj suasibile

suasion n suasion

suasive, suasory adj suasive

suasory, suasive adj suasive

suave adj suave

  • ~ , sweet, pleasing adj suave

suavity n suavitate

subaltern, subordinate adj subalterne

subclavius [Anat] n subclavio

subcommittee n subcommittee

subconscious [Psychol] n subconsciente

  • adj subconsciente
  • ~ adj/n subconsciente

subconsciousness n subconscientia

subcontrary [Philos] adj subcontrari

subcutaneous adj subcutanee

  • ~ , intercutaneous adj intercutanee

subdelegate v subdelegar

subdelegation n subdelegation

subdivide v subdivider

  • v subdivider -vid-/-vis-]

subdivisible adj subdivisibile

subdivision n subdivision

subdominant [Mus] n subdominante

subdue (light) v attenuar

  • (tame) v domar
  • [Gen] subjugar, submitter
  • [Gen] submitter, subjugar
  • ~ , subject v submitter
  • ~ , subject v submitter -mitt-/-miss-]

subduing, deadening (act of) n amortimento

subeditor n redactor adjuncte

subhuman adj subhuman

subjacent adj subjacente

subject (1. being under the domination of another; 2 . as in subject to temptation; 3. as in a treaty subject to ratification) adj subjecte

  • (1. matter, theme, topic; 2. Gram]; 3. Philos]; 4. as in British subject) n subjecto
  • (all senses) n subjecto
  • adj subjecte
  • ~ to decay, perishable adj corruptibile
  • ~ to servitude adj serve
  • v submitter
  • ~ , citizen, national (of a country) n regnicola
  • ~ , citizen, national (of a country) n regnicola (-nì-)
  • ~ , subdue v submitter
  • ~ , subdue v submitter -mitt-/-miss-]
  • ~ , subjugate v subjectar

subjection (action of subjecting or subjugating) n subjection

  • n subjection

subjective (1. pertaining to a subject; 2. as in asubjective judgment'; 3. Philos]; 4. Psychol]) adj subjective

  • adj subjective

subjectiveness, subjectivity n subjectivitate

subjectivism [Philos] n subjectivismo

subjectivist v subjectivista

subjectivity n subjectivitate

  • ~ , subjectiveness n subjectivitate

subjoin, annex, append v subjunger

  • ~ , annex, append v subjunger -jung-/-junct-]

subjugate v subjugar

  • ~ , subject v subjectar

subjugation n subjugation

subjugator n subjugator

subjunctive (mood) Gram] n conjunctivo

  • (mood) Gram] n subjunctivo
  • [Gram] adj subjunctive
  • adj conjunctive
  • n conjunctivo

sublet v sublocar

subletting (act of) n sublocation

sublevation (1. (act of) raising, lifting up; 2. revolt, insurrection) n sublevation

sublieutenant [Mil] n sublocotenente

sublimate (1. to exalt) v sublimar

  • [Chem] n sublimato

sublimation n sublimation

sublime adj sublime

  • ~ , lofty, elevated adj excelse

subliminal [Psychol] adj subliminal

sublimity n sublimitate

sublingual [Anat] adj sublingual

sublobular adj sublobular

sublunar, sublunary adj sublunar

sublunary, sublunar adj sublunar

submachine-gun n pistola mitraliatrice

submarine (torpedo boat) n submarino

  • adj submarin
  • n submarino, submersibile
  • n submersibile, submarino

submaxillary [Anat] adj submaxillar

submerge v submerger

  • v submerger (se)
  • v submerger -merg-/-mers-]

submerged, submersed adj submerse

submersed, submerged adj submerse

submersible adj submergibile

  • ~ submersibile adj submersibile

submersion n submersion

submission n submission

submissive adj submisse

  • adj submissive

submissiveness n docilitate, submission

  • n submission, docilitate

submit (as in to submit for approval) v submitter

  • (as in to submit for approval) v submitter -mitt-/-miss-]
  • vi submitter se
  • vt submitter

subnormal adj subnormal

subordinate adj secundari, subordinate

  • adj subordinate
  • adj subordinate (pp of subordinar)
  • adj subordinate, secundari
  • n subordinato
  • v subordinar
  • ~ , subaltern adj subalterne

subordination n subordination

suborn v subornar

subornation n subornation

suborner n subornator

subprefect n subprefecto

subprefecture n subprefectura

subprior n subprior

subprioress n subpriora

subrogate, surrogate v subrogar

subrogation n subrogation

subscribe (1. to sign one's name to; 2. to promise over one's signature; 3. as in to subscribe to a periodical or other installment publication) v subscriber -scrib-/-script-]

  • (1. to sign one's name to; 2. to promise over one's signature; 3. as in to subscribe to a periodical or other installment publication) v subscriber
  • (a periodical) v abonar se
  • (all senses) v subscriber

subscriber (a periodical) n abonato

  • (all senses) n subscriptor
  • n subscriptor

subscription (1. act of signing one's name to; 2. as in subscription for a periodical) n subscription

  • (a club) n quotisation
  • (a periodical) n abonamento
  • (all senses) n subscription

subsequence n subsequentia

subsequent adj subsequente

  • adj subsequente, ulterior
  • adj ulterior, subsequente
  • ~ , later adj ulterior

subsequently adv plus tarde, posteriormente

  • adv posteriormente, plus tarde
  • ~ , later adv posteriormente
  • ~ , later adv ulteriormente

subservience (servileness) n servilismo

  • (subordination) n subordination

subservient (servile) adj servil

  • (subordinate) adj subordinate

subside v subsider

subsidence n subsidentia

subsidiary adj subsidiari

  • n succursal
  • ~ , succursal adj succursal
  • ~ , supplementary adj subsidiari

subsidize (grant a subsidy to) v subsidiar

  • v subsidiar, subventionar
  • v subventionar, subsidiar
  • ~ , endow v subventionar

subsidy n subsidio

  • n subsidio, subvention
  • n subvention, subsidio

subsist (1. to continue to exist; 2. to keep oneself alive) v subsister

  • v nutrir se

subsistence n subsistentia

subsistent (existing) adj subsistente

subsoil n subsolo

subspecies [Biol] n subspecie

substance (1. Philos]; 2. matter, material, stuff; 3 . material possessions, property; 4. as in the substance of what he said;') n substantia

  • n corpore, substantia
  • n substantia, corpore

substantial (1. Philos]; 2. having substance) adj substantial

  • adj substantial

substantiality n substantialitate

substantially adv substantialmente

substantiate v establir, justificar

  • v justificar, establir

substantive (independent and self-subsistent) adj substantive

  • ~ , noun n substantivo

substitute (deputy) n reimplaciante, suppletor

  • (deputy) n suppletor, reimplaciante
  • (product) n succedaneo
  • (put in the place of another person or thing) v substituer
  • (put in the place of another person or thing) v substituer -stitu-/-stitut-]
  • ~ for, replace v surrogar
  • n Gen]
  • n substituto
  • vi suppler
  • vt substituer
  • ~ , deputy n suppletor
  • ~ , replacement (person who replaces another) n reimplaciante
  • ~ , succedaneous adj succedanee
  • ~ , succedaneum n succedaneo
  • ~ , to supply for (someone) v suppler

substitution n substitution

substratum n substrato

substruct [Arch] v substruer

  • [Arch] v substruer -stru-/-struct-]

substruction [Arch] n substruction

substructure n infrastructura

  • n substructura

subtangent [Math] n subtangente

subtend [Geom] v subtender

  • [Geom] v subtender -tend-/-tens-]

subtense [Geom] n subtensa

subterfuge n subterfugio

subterranean adj subterranee

  • ~ , hypogeous, hypogeal adj hypogee
  • ~ , hypogeous, hypogeal adj hypogee (-gée)

subtile, subtle adj subtil

subtility, subtlety n subtilitate

subtilization (drawing of subtle distinctions) n subtilisation

subtilize (make subtle distinctions) v subtilisar

subtitle n subtitulo

  • n subtitulo (-tì-)

subtle (crafty) adj astute

  • (fine) adj subtil
  • ~ , keen, quick-witted adj argute
  • ~ , subtile adj subtil

subtlety (craft) n astutia

  • (fineness) n subtilitate
  • ~ , finesse n finessa
  • ~ , subtility n subtilitate

subtract [Math] v subtraher

  • [Math] v subtraher -trah-/-tract-]
  • v subtraher

subtraction [Math] n subtraction

  • n subtraction

subtropical adj subtropical

subulate, awl-shaped adj subulate

suburb n suburbio

suburban adj suburban

suburbicarian, suburbicary [Eccl] adj suburbicari

suburbicary, suburbicarian [Eccl] adj suburbicari

subvention n subvention

subversion (overthrow) n subversion

  • n subversion

subversive adj subversive

subvert v subverter

  • ~ , t overthrow v subverter
  • ~ , t overthrow v subverter -vert-/-vers-]

subverter n subversor

subway (passage) n passage subterranee

  • (underground railway, subway) n metro

succedaneous, substitute adj succedanee

succedaneum, substitute n succedaneo

succeed (1. to follow; 2. to be successful) v succeder

  • (1. to follow; 2. to be successful) v succeder -ced-/-cess-]
  • (all senses) v succeder
  • ~ in arriving, arrive (at a place, etc.) v pervenir

success n successo

successful adj succedite

  • adj succedite (pp of succeder)

successfully adv con (bon) successo

  • adv con successo

succession (1. the coming of one thing or person after another; 2. succession as heir) n succession

  • n succession
  • ~ , series (of doors) n infilada

successive (consecutive) adj consecutive

  • adj successive
  • ~ , consecutive adj consecutive

successively, in succession adv successivemente

successor n successor

succin, succinite, yellow amber n succino

succinate [Chem] n succinato

succinct adj succincte

succinic [Chem] adj succinic

succinite, yellow amber, succin n succino

succor, help n succurso

  • ~ , help v succurrer
  • ~ , help v succurrer -curr-/-curs-]

succorable adj succurribile

succubus n succubo

  • n succubo (sùc-)

succulence n succulentia

succulent adj succulente

succumb v succumber

succursal, subsidiary adj succursal

succussion [Med] n succussion

such (as ~) adv generalmente

  • (in - cases) phr in simile casos
  • ~ a great number, so many adj tot
  • ~ a, such adj tal
  • adj tal
  • adv si
  • ~ pron tal, tales
  • ~ pron tales, tal
  • ~ , such a adj tal

such-a adv/phr un tal

such-a-large adv/phr tanto grande

  • ~ -a-large adv/phr un si grande

such-as conj tal como

such-as-it-is phr con tote su imperfectiones

suchlike adj simile

suck (as in to suck blood) v suger

  • (as in to suck blood) v suger sug-/suct-]
  • v suger

sucker (fool) n dupe

  • (fool) n persona credule
  • (tech/zool) n ventosa

suckle v allactar

  • ~ , give the breast to n atettar
  • ~ , nurse v allactar
  • ~ , nurse v lactar

suckling, nursing (act of) n allactamento

sucrose [Chem] n sucrosa

suction (act of sucking) n suction

  • n suction

Sudan [Geog] n Sudan

  • n Sudan

sudarium, sudary n sudario

sudary, sudarium n sudario

sudatory adj sudatori

sudden adj subitanee

  • adj subite
  • adj subite (sù-)
  • ~ stroke (of apoplexy) n sideration

suddenly adv subito

  • ~ , unexpectedly adv subito
  • ~ , unexpectedly adv subito (sù-)

suddenness n subitaneitate

sudoriferous adj sudorifere

  • ~ , sudoriparous adj sudoripare

sudorific [Pharm] n sudorifico

  • adj sudorific

sudoriparous, sudoriferous adj sudoripare

suds n scuma de sapon

sue [Law] v actionar

  • v actionar
  • v intentar un processo
  • v intentar un processo (contra)

suede n pelle de svedia

sue-for (request) v demandar

suet (hard beef fat) n stear

  • ~ , tallow n stear
  • ~ , tallow n stear -ar/-at-]

suffer (1. to experience mental or physical pain; 2. to be injured, harmed, impaired) v patir pat-/pass-]

  • (1. to experience mental or physical pain; 2. to be injured, harmed, impaired) v patir
  • (1. to undergo, endure; 2. to bear with, tolerate; 3. to experience mental or physical pain; 4. to be injured, harmed, impaired) v suffrer
  • (bear) v supportar
  • (feel pain) v patir
  • ~ mental anguish, agonize v agonisar
  • ~ shipwreck v naufragar
  • v Gen]

sufferable, bearable, tolerable adj suffribile

sufferance (on ~) phr per tolerantia

  • n dolor
  • n tolerantia

suffered past. part suffrite

sufferer (one who suffers pain) n suffritor

suffering n dolor, suffrentia

  • n suffrentia, dolor
  • ~ , affliction, passion n pathos
  • ~ , affliction, passion n pathos (pàtos)
  • ~ , pain n suffrentia

suffice v bastar, sufficer

  • v sufficer, bastar
  • ~ , be enough v bastar
  • ~ , be sufficient v sufficer

sufficiency (sufficient quantity, supply) n sufficientia

  • n bastantia
  • n sufficientia
  • ~ , enough n bastantia

sufficient adj bastante

  • adj sufficiente

sufficiently adv bastante

  • adv satis

suffix [Gram] n suflixo

  • n suffixo
  • v suffixar

suffocate v suffocar

  • ~ , choke (someone or something) v suffocar

suffocation n suffocation

suffragan [Eccl] adj suffraganee

suffrage (trace) n tracia

  • [Eccl] n suffragio
  • n suffragio
  • ~ , vote n suffragio

suffragette n suffragette

  • n suffragette A]

suffragist n suffragista

suffumigate v suffumigar

suffumigation n suffumigation

sugar bowl n sucriera

  • ~ maker n sucrero
  • n saccharo
  • n saccharo (sàc-)
  • n sucro
  • ~ , sweeten v saccharar
  • ~ , sweeten v sucrar

sugar-basin n sucriera

sugar-beet n beta de sucro

sugar-cane n canna

  • ~ -cane n canna (de sucro)

sugaring, sweetening n sucrage

  • ~ , sweetening n sucrage (-àje)

sugarworks n sucreria

  • n sucreria (-ìa)

sugary, sweet adj saccharate

  • ~ , sweet adj saccharate (pp of saccharar)
  • ~ , sweet adj sucrate
  • ~ , sweet adj sucrate (pp of sucrar)

suggest (prompt, put into one's mind) v suggerer

  • (prompt, put into one's mind) v suggerer -ger-/-gest-]
  • (prompt, put into one's mind) v suggestionar
  • v proponer
  • v suggerer
  • ~ , propose v proponer
  • ~ , propose v proponer -pon-/-posit-]

suggestibility n suggestibilitate

suggestible (1. easily influenced by suggestion, esp hypnotic suggestion; 2. that may be suggested) adj suggestibile

suggestion (prompting) n suggestion

suggestive (tending to suggest) adj suggestive

  • adj suggestive

suicidal adj suicidal

suicide (act) n suicidio

  • (commit ~) v suicidar se
  • (one who commits suicide) n suicida
  • (person) n suicida
  • ~ , self-murder n suicidio

suit (be fitting) v convenir

  • (be fitting) v convenir -ven-/-vent-]
  • (clothing) n habito
  • (law) n causa
  • (make suitable) v adaptar
  • (seem right) v convenir a, ir a
  • (seem right) v ir a, convenir a
  • ~ or fit to a T v quadrar

suitability n convenientia

  • ~ , convenience n convenientia

suitable adj commode, convenibile

  • adj convenibile, commode
  • ~ , fit adj convenibile
  • ~ , fit, expedient adj expediente
  • ~ , fit, expedient adj expediente (ppr of expedir)
  • ~ , handy, convenient, comfortable adj commode
  • ~ , handy, convenient, comfortable adj commode (cò-)

suitcase n valise

suite (1. following, retinue; 2. Mus]) n suite

  • (1. following, retinue; 2. Mus]) n suite F]
  • n suite, traino
  • n traino, suite

suitor n pretendente, requirente

  • n requirente, pretendente
  • ~ , applicant n requirente
  • ~ , wooer n pretendente

suit-yourself phr face como vos vole

Sukkoth, Feast of Tabernacles [Jewish Relig] n scenopegia

  • ~ , Feast of Tabernacles [Jewish Relig] n scenopegia (-ìa)

sulk v esser de mal humor

sulky (light, two-wheeled horse-drawn vehicle) n sulky

  • (light, two-wheeled horse-drawn vehicle) n sulky A]
  • adj de mal humor

sullen adj de mal humor

sulphate [Chem] n sulfato

  • n sulfato

sulphide [Chem] n sulfido

sulphite [Chem] n sulfito

sulphonal [Med] n sulfonal

sulphone [Chem] n sulfon

sulphur [Chem] n sulfure

  • ~ mine n sulfuriera
  • n sulfure
  • ~ , sulphurize v sulfurar

sulphuration, sulphurization n sulfuration

sulphurator n sulfurator

sulphureous, sulphurous adj sulfuree

sulphuric (- acid) n acido sulfuric

  • adj sulfuric

sulphurization, sulphuration n sulfuration

sulphurize, sulphur v sulfurar

sulphurous (as in sulphurous acid) adj sulfurose

  • ~ , sulphureous adj sulfuree

sulphydrate n sulfhydro

sulphydric adj sulfhydric

sultan (ruler of a Mohammedan state) n sultan

  • n sultan

sultana (fruit) n uva sic de smyrna

  • (sultaness) n sultana
  • ~ , sultaness n sultana

sultanate n sultanato

sultane (long gown in Turkish style) Hist] n sultana

sultriness n calor suffocante

sultry (stifling) adj suffocante

  • adj Fig]

sum (- up) phr al fin

  • (1. Math]; 2. amount of money; 3. summary, epitome) n summa
  • n summa
  • ~ total n summa total
  • ~ up v resumer
  • ~ up, summarize v resumer

summarization n summarisation

summarize v resumer, summarisar

  • v summarisar
  • v summarisar, resumer
  • ~ , sum up v resumer

summarized, compendious adj compendiose

summarizer n resumitor

summary (1. expounded briefly; 2. Law]) adj summari

  • adj summari
  • n summario

summation, summing-up (of the prosecuting attorney) Law] n requisitorio

summer (in the - time) phr durante le estate

  • adj de estate, estive
  • adj estive, de estate
  • n estate
  • ~ resident n estivante
  • v estivar
  • ~ , estival adj estive

summerhouse n kiosque, pavilion

  • n pavilion, kiosque

summertime n hora de estate

summing up phr recapitulation del factos

summing-up, summation (of the prosecuting attorney) Law] n requisitorio

summist n summista

summit n culmine, summitate

  • n summitate, culmine
  • ~ , top n summitate

summit-conference n conferentia al summitate

summon (call) v advocar

  • (convoke) v convocar
  • (law) v citar
  • ~ , call v advocar

summons (a court ~) n cita judicial

summon-up-courage v prender corage

sump (of car) n sentina de sucro

  • [Gen] sentina
  • v sucrar carter

sumptuary adj sumptuari

sumptuous (lavish) adj sumptuose

  • adj sumptuose

sumptuousness (lavishness) n sumptuositate

  • n sumptuositate

sun (1. the heavenly body sun; 2. sunlight, sunshine) n sol

  • n sol
  • v insolar
  • ~ , insolate (place in the) v insolar

sunbaked adj indurate per le sol

sunbathe v prender le sol

sunbathing n banio de sol

sunbeam n radio del sol

sunburn n arditura del sol

sunburnt adj ardite per le sol

sundae n gelato con fructos e nuces

Sunday n dominica

  • n dominica

sunder, burst v erumper

  • ~ , burst v erumper -rump-/-rupt-]

sundial n quadrante solar

sundry adj diverse, varie

  • adj varie, diverse

sunflower n heliantho, tornasol

  • n tornasol, heliantho
  • ~ , helianthus [Bot] n heliantho

sunglasses n berillos de sol

sunhat n cappello de sol

sunken (in the ground) adj cave, infundate

  • (in the ground) adj infundate, cave
  • (in the sea) adj submergite

sunlight (lumine del) n sol

sunning, insolation n insolation

sunny (disposition) adj allegre

  • (in the sun) adj baniate de sol
  • (in the sun) adj baniate in le sol
  • (too ~) adj insolate

sunrise n le levar del sol

sunset n le poner del sol

sunshade n parasol

sunshine n lumine del sol

sunspot n macula solar

sunstroke n colpo del sol

  • n insolation

suntan n bronzar

  • v bronzar

sup v soupar

  • ~ , dine, have supper, have dinner (take the evening meal) v cenar
  • ~ , have supper v soupar
  • ~ , sip v sorber
  • ~ , sip v sorber sorb-/sorpt-]

super adj stupende!

  • ~ interj fantastic!
  • ~ interj stupende!

superable, surmountable adj superabile

superabound v superabundar

  • ~ , be in excess v redundar

superabundance n superabundantia

superabundant adj superabundante

superannuation (pension paid on retirement) n pension pro vetulessa

  • (retirement) n retiramento in pension

superb adj superbe

superciliary adj superciliari

supercilious adj arrogante

supereminence n supereminentia

supereminent adj supereminente

supererogation n supererogation

supererogatory (as in supererogatory fasts) adj supererogatori

superfetation (1. Physiol]; 2. redundance, superfluity) n superfetation

superficial adj superficial

  • ~ , shallow adj legier
  • ~ , shallow adj legier (-jér)

superficiality n superficialitate

  • ~ , shallowness n legieressa
  • ~ , shallowness n legieressa (-jer-)

superficially adv superficialmente

superfine adj extrafin

  • adj superfin

superfluity n superfluitate

superfluous adj superflue

superhuman adj superhuman

superimpose v superimponer

  • ~ , superpose v superponer
  • ~ , superpose v superponer -pon-/-posit-]

superimposition, superposition n superposition

superintend v superintender

  • ~ , inspect v inspicer
  • ~ , inspect v inspicer -spic-/-spect-]
  • ~ , watch, supervise v suveliar

superintendence, supervision n superintendentia

superintendent n superintendente

  • n superintendente, surveliante
  • n surveliante, superintendente
  • ~ , watcher, supervisor n surveliante

superior adj superior

  • ~ adj/n superior
  • n superior

superiority n superioritate

superlative (1. supreme; 2. Gram]) adj superlative

  • [Gram] n superlativo
  • adj superlative
  • n superlativo

superman n superhomine

supermarket n supermercato

supermundane, supernatural adj supermundan

supernatural adj supernatural

  • ~ , supermundane adj supermundan

supernaturally adv supernaturalmente

supernumerary adj supernumerari

  • n supernumerario
  • ~ , extra adj supernumerari

superpose, superimpose v superponer

  • ~ , superimpose v superponer -pon-/-posit-]

superposition, superimposition n superposition

supersaturate v supersaturar

supersaturation n supersaturation

supersede (replace) v reimplaciar

  • (supplant) v supplantar
  • ~ , supplant v supplantar

supersensible [Philos] adj suprasensibile

supersonic adj supersonic

superstition n superstition

superstitious adj superstitiose

superstructure n superstructura

supertax n supertaxa

supervene v supervenir

  • ~ , happen v supervenir

supervenience n supervenientia

supervise v surveliar

  • ~ , superintend, watch v suveliar

supervision n surveliantia

  • ~ , superintendence n superintendentia

supervisor n supervisor, surveliante

  • n surveliante, supervisor
  • ~ , superintendent, watcher n surveliante

supper (have ~) v cenar, soupar

  • (have ~) v soupar, cenar
  • n cena, souper
  • n souper
  • n souper F]
  • n souper, cena
  • ~ , dinner (evening meal) n cena

suppertime n hora de cena, hora de souper

  • n hora de souper, hora de cena

supplant v supplantar

  • ~ , supersede v supplantar

supplantation n supplantation

supplanter n supplantator

supple adj flexibile

supplement (1. addition; 2. Math]) n supplemento

  • n supplemento
  • v supplementar

supplementary adj subsidiari, supplementari

  • adj supplementari
  • adj supplementari, subsidiari
  • ~ , subsidiary adj subsidiari
  • ~ , suppletive adj suppletive
  • ~ , suppletory adj suppletori

supplementation n supplementation

suppleness n flexibilitate

suppletion [Gram] n suppletion

suppletive, supplementary adj suppletive

suppletory, supplementary adj suppletori

suppliant, supplicant n supplicante

  • ~ , supplicator n supplicator

supplicant adj supplice

  • adj supplice (sùp-)
  • ~ , suppliant n supplicante

supplicate, entreat v supplicar

supplication, entreaty n supplication

supplicator, suppliant n supplicator

supplicatory adj supplicatori

supplier n fornitor

  • ~ , provider n suppletor

supply (- a want) v suppler

  • (- a want) v suppler (un carentia)
  • (provide) v approvisionar, fornir
  • (provide) v fornir, approvisionar
  • n Commer]
  • n Gen]
  • ~ with munitions, munition v munitionar
  • ~ , furnish v subministrar
  • ~ , furnish, cater v approvisionar
  • ~ , provide, furnish v suppler
  • ~ , stock [Commer] n stock
  • ~ , stock [Commer] n stock A]

supply-and-demand phr le offerta e le demanda

supplying, furnishing (act of) n approvisionamento

supply-with v guarnir de

support (1. backing, aid; 2. prop, rest, shore) n appoio

  • (1. backing, aid; 2. prop, rest, shore) n appoio (-òyo)
  • (1. to sustain, carry; 2. to endure, suffer) v supportar
  • (anything that supports or holds up) n supporto
  • (pay for) v mantener
  • (sustain) v appoiar, supportar, sustener
  • (sustain) v supportar, sustener, appoiar
  • (sustain) v sustener, appoiar, supportar
  • n appoio, supporto, susteno
  • n supporto, susteno, appoio
  • n susteno, appoio, supporto
  • ~ , help n suffragio
  • ~ , help v suffragar
  • ~ , patronage n protection

supportable adj supportabile

  • ~ , bearable adj supportabile

supporter (of a person or party) n adherente, partisano

  • (of a person or party) n partisano, adherente
  • (of a policy) n advocato, defensor
  • (of a policy) n defensor, advocato
  • (sport) n devoto

suppose v supponer

  • v supponer -pon-/-posit-]
  • ~ , think, imagine v putar

supposedly adv per supposition, suppositemente

  • adv suppositemente, per supposition

supposing phr in le caso que, supponite que

  • ~ phr supponite que, in le caso que

supposition n supposition

supposititious, spurious adj suppositicie

suppositive adj suppositive

suppository [Med] n suppositorio

  • n suppositorio

suppress (as in to suppress newspapers, a smile) v supprimer

  • (as in to suppress newspapers, a smile) v supprimer -prim-/-press-]
  • v reprimer, supprimer
  • v supprimer, reprimer

suppression n suppression

suppressive adj suppressive

suppurant, suppurative adj suppurante

  • ~ , suppurative adj suppurante (ppr of suppurar)

suppurate (form or secrete pus) v suppurar

suppuration n suppuration

suppurative adj suppurative

  • n suppurante

supracostal [Anat] adj supercostal

suprarenal, adrenal [Anat] adj suprarenal

supremacy n suprematia

  • n suprematia (-ìa)

supreme adj supreme

supression n suppression

sural (pertaining to the calf of the leg) adj sural

surcharge (1. overload; 2. surcharge on a postage stamp) n supercarga

  • n supercarga
  • v supercargar

surcingle n supercingula

  • n supercingula (-cìng-)

surd, dull, muffled adj surde

sure (be ~) v esser secur

  • (for ~) phr sin falta
  • adj certe, secur
  • adj secur, certe
  • ~ , certain (1. not doubting; 2. not doubtful) adj secur

sure-enough adv effectivemente

sure-footed adj de pede firme

surely adv certo, sin dubita

  • adv sin dubita, certo

sureness n certitude, securitate

  • n securitate, certitude
  • ~ , certainty n securitate

surety (guarantee) n garantia

  • (person) n garante

surf n spuma

surface (1. exterior of an object, superficial area) n superfacie

  • (superficial area) n superficie
  • n superficie

surfboard n aquaplano

surfeit n excesso, satietate, superabundantia

  • n satietate, superabundantia, excesso
  • n superabundantia, excesso, satietate
  • v satiar

surfing n surfing

surf-riding n surfing

surge n affluxo, impeto

  • n impeto, affluxo
  • v affluer, agitar se, fluctuar
  • v agitar se, fluctuar, affluer
  • v fluctuar, affluer, agitar se

surgent adj surgente

  • adj surgente (ppr of surger)

surgeon n chirurgo

surgery (art and practice of surgery) n chirurgia

  • (art and practice of surgery) n chirurgia (-ìa)
  • (art and practice) n chirurgia
  • (doctor's room) n cabinetto de consultation

surgical adj chirurgic

surgically adv chirurgicamente

surging adj affluente, agitante

  • adj agitante, affluente
  • adv affluentemente, ipetuosemente
  • adv ipetuosemente, affluentemente

Suriname [Geog] n Surinam

surliness n mal humor

surly adj de mal humor

surmise n presumption

  • v presumer

surmount (1. to rise above; 2. to be above or on top of; 3. to overcome) v surmontar

  • v superar, surmontar
  • v surmontar, superar
  • ~ , overcome, vanquish v superar

surmountable adj surmontabile

  • ~ , superable adj superabile

surname n nomine de familia

  • n supernomine
  • v supernominar

surpass (1. to excel; 2. to exceed) v superpassar

  • v superar, superpassar
  • v superpassar, superar
  • ~ , excel, exceed v superar

surplice [Eccl] n surplicio

surplus adj de surplus, excedente

  • adj excedente, de surplus
  • n excesso, surplus
  • n surplus
  • n surplus F]
  • n surplus, excesso
  • v alue [Econ] n plusvalor

surplus-stock n stock de surplus, stock excedente

  • ~ -stock n stock excedente, stock de surplus

surplus-value n plus-valor

surprise (1. to take unawares; 2. to astonish) v surprender

  • (1. to take unawares; 2. to astonish) v surprender -prend-/-pris-]
  • (1. unexpected act, event; 2. feeling of surprise) n surprisa
  • n surprisa
  • v surprender

surprising adj surprendente

surrealism n surrealismo

surrealist n surrealista

surrender (as in surrender to the enemy) n rendition

  • (yield) vi capitular, render se
  • (yield) vi render se, capitular
  • (yielding) n capitulation, rendition
  • (yielding) n rendition, capitulation
  • n Fig]
  • v Fig]
  • vt ceder, render
  • vt render, ceder

surreptitious action or manner n surreption

  • adj surrepticie

surrogate, subrogate v subrogar

  • ~ , substitute (as in substitute for coffee) n surrogato

surrogated adj subrogate

surround n bordatura

  • v ambir, cinger, circumferer
  • v cinger
  • v cinger cing-/cinct-]
  • v cinger, circumferer, ambir
  • v circumferer
  • v circumferer, ambir, cinger
  • ~ with a rampart v vallar
  • ~ with a rampart, circumvallate v circumvallar
  • ~ with a wall, wall in v murar

surrounded with a rampart, circumvallate adj circumvallate

  • ~ with a rampart, circumvallate adj circumvallate (pp of circumvallar)

surrounding ambiente, ambient adj ambiente

  • ~ with a rampart (act of) n vallation

surroundings n ambiente

surtax n supertaxa

surtout, overcoat n supertoto

surveillance n surveliantia

survey (land) v metir

  • (look at) v contemplar, reguardar
  • (look at) v reguardar, contemplar
  • (result) n reporto
  • (study) n examine, inspection, studio
  • (study) n inspection, studio, examine
  • (study) n studio, examine, inspection
  • (study) v examinar, inspectar, surveliar
  • (study) v inspectar, surveliar, examinar
  • (study) v studiar
  • (study) v surveliar, examinar, inspectar
  • [Topog] n agrimensura

surveying n agrimensura

surveyor (one who surveys lands, highways) n agrimensor

  • n agrimensor

survival (as in survival of the fittest) n superviventia

  • n superviventia

survive (continue to exist) v superviver

  • v superviver

survivor n supervivente

susceptibility n susceptibilitate

susceptible (very sensitive) adj susceptibile

  • adj susceptibile

susceptive adj susceptive

suspect adj suspecte

  • n suspecto
  • v suspectar
  • ~ , suspicious adj suspecte

suspend (1. to hang, hang up; 2. as in to suspend sentence, publication; 3. to remove temporarily from office, function) v suspender -pend-/-pens-]

  • (1. to hang, hang up; 2. as in to suspend sentence, publication; 3. to remove temporarily from office, function) v suspender
  • v suspender

suspender (one who or that which susspends or allows to suspend) n suspensor

suspenders (for stockings) n garrettieras

  • (for trousers) n suspensores

suspending, suspensive adj suspensive

suspense n incertitude, tension

  • n tension, incertitude

suspension (act of suspending) n suspension

  • n suspension

suspension-bridge n ponte suspendite

suspensive, suspending adj suspensive

suspensory [Med] n suspensorio

suspicion n suspicion

suspicious (distrustful) adj suspiciose

  • (meriting suspicion) adj equivoc
  • (meriting suspicion) adj suspecte
  • ~ , distrustful adj suspiciose
  • ~ , suspect adj suspecte

suspiciousness n character suspecte

  • n character suspiciose

Susquehanna n Susquehanna

sustain (1. to prop up; 2. to back, give one's support to; 3. to keep, maintain; 4. to bear, endure) v sustener -ten-/-tent-]

  • (1. to prop up; 2. to back, give one's support to; 3. to keep, maintain; 4. to bear, endure) v sustener
  • (support) n supportar
  • n sustener
  • ~ , feed v sustentar

sustainer n sustentor

sustaining adj sustenente

  • adj sustenente (ppr of sustener)

sustainment (1. sustaining; 2. means of support) n sustenimento

sustenance n sustenentia

  • n sustentamento
  • ~ , food n victo

sustentation n sustentation

susurrant, whispering, murmuring, rustling adj susurrante

susurration n susurration

sutler (canteenkeeper) n cantinero

  • (female canteen manager) n vivandera
  • (male canteen manager) n vivandero

sutural adj sutural

suture (1. Anat/Bot];) n sutura

swab (deck) v nettar

  • (surgery) n tampon
  • (surgery) n tampon (de watta)
  • (surgery) v essugar

Swabia n Suabia

Swabian (1. inhabitant of Swabia; 2. Swabian dialect) n suabo

  • adj suabe

swag (booty) n butino

  • (decoration) n feston

swagger adj chic

  • adj elegante
  • n aere importante
  • v fanfaronar
  • v pavonisar
  • ~ , brag v fanfaronar

swaggering, fanfaronade n fanfaronada

swallow (down) v deglutir

  • [Ornith] n hirundine
  • ~ down, swallow v glutir
  • n hirundine
  • ~ up, engulf v inglutir
  • v deglutir
  • v glutir
  • v inglutir
  • v ingurgitar
  • ~ , gulp down v inglutir
  • ~ , ingurgitate (1. to engulf; 2. to swallow up greedily) v ingurgitar
  • ~ , swallow down v glutir

swallowing, deglutition (act of) n deglutition

swamp (fill with water) v plenar de aqua

  • (inundate) v inundar
  • (submerge) v submerger
  • ~ gas, methane [Chem] n methano
  • n palude
  • ~ , marsh n palude

swampy adj paludose

swan n cygno

swank n pretension

  • v dar se aeres

swanky adj pretentiose

swap v excanbiar

swarm (of bees) n essame

  • (of bees) v essamar
  • n essame
  • n formicamento
  • v essamar
  • v formicar, pullular
  • v pullular, formicar
  • ~ , formicate (like ants) v formicar
  • ~ , swarming (of people) n formicamento

swarming n essamage

  • n essamage (-aje)
  • n essamatura
  • ~ time n essamage
  • ~ time n essamage (-aje)
  • ~ , swarm (of people) n formicamento

swarthy adj brun

  • adj obscur

swastika n cruce gammate

  • n svastica
  • n symbolo nazi

swat v colpar

swath, sweep (of the scythe or sickle) n falcata

swathe n falcata

  • v involver

swat-team n equipa de colpo, equipa de swat

  • ~ -team n equipa de swat, equipa de colpo

sway (of vehicle) n oscillation

  • (power) n domination, imperio
  • (power) n imperio, domination
  • vi balanciar se, oscillar
  • vi oscillar, balanciar se
  • vt influer super

swaybacked, saddle-backed adj insellate

  • ~ , saddle-backed adj insellate (pp of insellar)

Swaziland [Geog] n Swaziland

swear (solemnly) v jurar

  • (use bad language) v blasphemar, objurgar
  • (use bad language) v objurgar, blasphemar
  • ~ , take an oath v jurar

swearword n obscenitate, parola grossier

  • n parola grossier, obscenitate

sweat n exsudato, sudor

  • n sudor, exsudato
  • v sudar, transpirar
  • v transpirar, sudar
  • ~ , exudation n exsudato
  • ~ , perspiration n sudor
  • ~ , perspire v sudar
  • ~ , perspire v transpirar

sweater n sweater, tricot

  • n tricot, sweater
  • ~ , jumper, knitted jumper n sweater
  • ~ , jumper, knitted jumper n sweater A]
  • ~ , tights (knitted garment) n tricot
  • ~ , tights (knitted garment) n tricot F]

sweating room n estufa

swede (the national) n svedo

  • (vegetable) n rapa svedese
  • n svedo

Sweden [Geog] n Svedia

  • n Sveda

Swedish adj svede

  • ~ adj/n svedese
  • n svedo

sweep (man) n brossacaminos

  • (sweepstake) n lotteria
  • (with a broom) v scopar
  • (with broom) n colpo de scopa
  • (with scythe) n falcata
  • n Fig]
  • v scopar
  • ~ , swath (of the scythe or sickle) n falcata

sweep-along v avantiar rapidemente

sweep-aside v remover con grande gesto

sweep-away v destruer, supprimer

  • ~ -away v supprimer, destruer

sweeper (one who or that which sweeps) n scopator

  • (woman) n scopatrice

sweeping (general) adj comprensive, troppo general

  • (general) adj troppo general, comprensive
  • (of gesture) adj dramatic

sweepings n scopatura

sweep-out v scopar

sweet (1. sweet to the taste; 2. pleasant, soft, gentle) adj dulce

  • (dessert) n dessert, dulce
  • (dessert) n dulce, dessert
  • (sweetmeat, candy) n bonbon
  • adj dulce, suave, sucrate
  • adj suave, sucrate, dulce
  • adj sucrate, dulce, suave
  • ~ potato, batata n batata
  • ~ scabious, mourning widow [Bot] n vidua
  • ~ , pleasing, suave adj suave
  • ~ , sugary adj saccharate
  • ~ , sugary adj saccharate (pp of saccharar)
  • ~ , sugary adj sucrate
  • ~ , sugary adj sucrate (pp of sucrar)

sweetbread n pancreas de vitello

  • n pancreas de vitello (o de ove)

sweetcorn n mais dulce

sweeten (make sweet) v adulciar

  • (make sweet) v edulcorar, sucrar
  • (make sweet) v sucrar, edulcorar
  • v Fig]
  • ~ , sugar v saccharar
  • ~ , sugar v sucrar

sweetening (act of) n adulciamento

  • ~ , sugaring n sucrage
  • ~ , sugaring n sucrage (-àje)

sweetheart n Fem]

  • n Masc]

sweetness (1. sweetness to the taste; 2. quality of being pleasant, soft, mild, gentle) n dulcor

  • n dulcor, suavitate
  • n suavitate, dulcor
  • ~ , mildness n suavitate

sweet-pea n piso odorose

sweetshop n bonboneria

sweet-smelling adj fragrante

sweet-tempered adj amabile, dulce

  • ~ -tempered adj dulce, amabile

sweing-machine n machina a suer

swell (cause to swell) vt inflar, tumefacer

  • (cause to swell) vt tumefacer, inflar
  • (inflame) v inflammar
  • [Med] vi tumer
  • [Med] vi turger
  • ~ or bulge out v protuberar
  • ~ up, swell v turgescer
  • v augmentar
  • v crescer
  • v inflar
  • ~ , be swollen v turger
  • ~ , intumesce v tumer
  • ~ , swell up v turgescer

swelling (enlargement) n inflation

  • (fig) n augmentation
  • (inflammation) n inflammation
  • [Med] n tubere
  • [Med] n tumefaction
  • n inflation

swell-out v protuberar

swell-up v turgescer

swelter v suffocar de calor

swerve n virage brusc

  • v deviar/virar bruscamente

swift adj rapide, veloce

  • adj veloce, rapide
  • ~ , speedy adj veloce

swiftness n rapiditate

swill (for pigs) n nutrimento liquide, residuos

  • (for pigs) n residuos, nutrimento liquide
  • v lavar con multe aqua

swim n natada

  • v natar

swimmer (one who swims or can swim) n natator

  • n natator

swimming n natation

  • ~ pool n natatorio
  • ~ pool n piscina
  • ~ , flotant adj flottante
  • ~ , flotant adj flottante (ppr of flottar)
  • ~ , natation n natation

swimming-costume, - suit n costume de banio

swimming-pool n piscina

swimming-trunks n calceones de banio

swindle n fraude

  • v fraudar

swindler n fraudator, impostor

  • n impostor, fraudator
  • ~ , cheat, impostor n impostor

swine n porco

swineherd n porchero

swing (cause to go to and fro) v balanciar

  • (child's) v sedependular
  • (of opinion) n movimento
  • (oscillate) vi balanciar se, oscillar
  • (oscillate) vi oscillar, balanciar se
  • (oscillation) n balanciamento, oscillation
  • (oscillation) n oscillation, balanciamento
  • (rhythm) n rhythmo
  • (turn) v girar
  • vt brandir

swing-bridge n ponte giratori

swing-door n porte giratori

swinging, pendulous adj pendular

swirl n vortice

swish n sibilo, susurro

  • n susurro, sibilo
  • vi sibilar,susurrar
  • vi usurrar, sibilar
  • vt agitar

Swiss (1. native of Switzerland; 2. Swiss guard, Switzer; 3. Swiss language or dialect) n switzo

  • adj switze
  • adj switze
  • n switzo

switch (exchange) n excambio

  • [Elect] n interruptore electric
  • [R.R] n cambio
  • [Rr] cambio
  • v t/vi cambiar

switchback n montania, montanias

  • n montanias, montania

switchboard n tabula de distribution

switch-off v extinguer

switch-on v accender

Switzerland [Geog] n Helvetia, Switza

  • [Geog] n Switza, Helvetia
  • n Switza

swivel v girar, pivotar

  • v pivotar, girar

swivel-chair n sede giratori

swollen (inflamed) adj tumide

swoon v perder le conscientia

  • v suffrer un syncope

swoop n attacco

  • v descender rapidemente, piccar
  • v descender rapidemente, piccar (super un inimico)
  • v piccar (super un inimico), descender rapidemente
  • v piccar, descender rapidemente

swop (swap) v excambiar

sword (large) n spadon

  • n gladio
  • n spada

swordfish n pisce spada

swordmaker, swordsmith n spadero

swordsmith, swordmaker n spadero

swot n studente troppo assidue

  • v studiar multo

sycamore n sycomoro

sycophant n sycophante

syllabary n syllabario

syllabic adj syllabic

syllabification n syllabation

syllabify v syllabar

syllabism n syllabismo

syllable n syllaba

  • n syllaba (sìl-)

syllabus n programma

  • n programma (de studios)

sylleptic adj sylleptic

syllepyiy n syllepsis

syllogism n syllogismo

syllogistic adj syllogistic

syllogize v syllogisar

sylph (male) n sylpho

  • n sylphide
  • n sylphide (sìl-)

sylvan adj silvan

sylvanite [Mineral] n silvanite

sylvatic, forest adj silvatic

symbol (1. Relig]; 2. symbolic representation; 3. significant mark or character) n symbolo (sìm-)

  • (1. Relig]; 2. symbolic representation; 3. significant mark or character) n symbolo
  • n symbolo

symbolic, symbolical adj symbolic

symbolical, symbolic adj symbolic

symbolism (system of signs or symbols) n symbolica

  • n symbolismo

symbolist (one who uses symbols or practises symbolism) n symbolista

symbolization n symbolisation

symbolize v symbolisar

  • v symholisar

symbology n symbolica

  • n symbologia
  • n symbologia (-ìa)

symholism (1. practice or art of using symbols; 2. system of symbols or signs) n symbolismo

symmetr- (symmetrical) occurring in derivatives and compounds] adj symmetr-

symmetric, symmetrical adj symmetric

symmetrical adj symmetric

symmetrically adv symmetricamente

symmetrize v symmetrisar

symmetry n symmetria

  • n symmetria (-ìa)

sympath- (sympathetic) occurring in derivatives] adj sympath-

sympathetic (feeling compassion) adj benevole, compatiente

  • (feeling compassion) adj compatiente, benevole
  • (operating, or produced, through affinity) adj sympathic
  • [Med] adj sympathic
  • ~ strike n exopero de solidaritate

sympathize (have compassion) v exprimer su condolentia, haber compassion

  • (have compassion) v haber compassion, exprimer su condolentia
  • (understand) v comprender
  • ~ , harmonize (be in harmony as to disposition, qualities) v sympathisar

sympathizing, merciful, compassionate adj misericorde

sympathy (affinity between persons or things) n sympathia

  • (affinity between persons or things) n sympathia (-ìa)
  • (affinity) n sympathia
  • (compassion) n compassion

symphonic adj symphonic

symphonious, symphonous adj symphone

symphonist (composer of symphonies) n symphonista

symphony (as in the Fifth Symphony) Mus] n symphonia

  • (as in the Fifth Symphony) Mus] n symphonia (-ìa)
  • n symphonia

symphony-orchestra n orchestra symphonic

symphysis [Anat/Zool] n symphysis

  • [Anat/Zool] n symphysis (sìm-)

symptom n symptoma

  • n symptoma -ma/-mat-]

symptomatic adj symptomatic

symptomatology n symptomatologia

  • n symptomatologia (-ìa)

synagogue n synagoga

synchromesh n cassa de velocitates synchronisate

synchronism n synchronismo

synchronization n synchronisation

synchronize v synchronisar

synchronous adj synchrone

  • ~ , synchronic adj synchronic

syncopal adj syncopal

syncopate (1. Gram]; 2. Mus]) v syncopar

  • v syncopar

syncopation (1. Gram] (syncope; 2. Mus]) n syncopation

  • (rhythm in syncopated time) Mus] n contratempore
  • [Mus] n syncope
  • [Mus] n syncope (sìn-)
  • n syncopation

syncope (1. Gram]; 2. Med]) n syncope

  • (1. Gram]; 2. Med]) n syncope (sìn-)

syncrasis (intermixture, blending) n syncrasis

  • (intermixture, blending) n syncrasis (-crà-)

syndic [Admin] n syndico

  • [Admin] n syndico (sìn-)

syndicalism n syndicalismo

syndicalist adj syndical

  • n syndicalista

syndicate (organize into a syndicate) v syndicar

  • [Fin] n syndicato
  • n syndicato
  • v syndicar

syndrome n syndrome

synecology n synecologia

  • n synecologia (-ìa)

Synedrion, Synedrium, Sanhedrin n Synedrio

Synedrium, Sanhedrin, Synedrion n Synedrio

synod (1. Eccl]; 2. assembly, convention; 3. Astrol] (conjunction) n synodo (sì-)

  • (1. Eccl]; 2. assembly, convention; 3. Astrol] (conjunction) n synodo

synodic, synodical (1. Eccl. synodal; 2. Astron]) adj synodic

synodist (member of a synod) n synodista

synonym n synonimo

  • n synonymo
  • n synonymo (-ònimo)

synonymic, synonymical adj synonymic

synonymous adj synonyme

  • adj synonyme (-ònime)

synonymy (quallty of being synonymous) n synonymia

  • (quallty of being synonymous) n synonymia (-ìa)

synopsis n synopsis

synoptic, synoptical adj synoptic

syntactic, syntactical adj syntactic

syntax [Gram] n syntaxe

  • n syntaxe

synthesis n synthese

  • n synthese (-ìntese)

synthesize v synthetisar

synthet- (put together, compounded) occurring in derivatives and compounds] adj synthet-

synthetic adj synthetic

  • ~ , synthetical adj synthetic

syphilis n syphilis

syphilitic adj syphilitic

  • n syphilitico

Syria [Geog] n Syria

  • n Syria

Syriac (as in Syriac language) adj syriac

  • (as in Syriac language) adj syriac (-rì-)
  • (language) n syriaco
  • (language) n syriaco (-rì-)
  • (language) n syriaco, syrio
  • (language) n syrio, syriaco

Syrian (native of Syria) n syrio

  • adj syrie
  • adj syrie
  • n syrio

Syriarch [Rom. Hist] n syriarcha

Syringa [Bot] n syringa

syringe n syringa

  • v syringar
  • ~ , clyster [Med] n irrigator
  • ~ , to treat with a syringe v syringar

syringeal [Ornith] adj syringal

syrinx (1. panpipe; 2. Archaeol]; 3. Ornith]) n syringe

  • ~ , pipe of Pan n syringa

syrup n sirop

syrupy adj siropose

systaltic [Physiol] adj systaltic

system n systema

  • n systema -ma/-mat-]

systematic adj systematic

systematize v systematisar

systole [Physiol] n systole

systolic [Physiol] adj systolic

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