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w (letter ~) n littera w (duple ve)

  • (the letter) v duple
  • ~ .C Abbrev le vese, water closet, W.C.
  • ~ .C Abbrev le vese, water closet, W.C. (ve-se)
  • ~ .C Abbrev W.C. (ve-se), le vese, water closet
  • ~ .C Abbrev W.C., le vese, water closet
  • ~ .C Abbrev water closet, W.C. (ve-se), le vese
  • ~ .C Abbrev water closet, W.C., le vese
  • ~ .C/water closet n W.C.
  • ~ .C/water closet n W.C. A]

wad n tampon

  • v wattar
  • ~ , quilt, pad v wattar

wadding (cotton wool) n watta

  • (padding) n borra

waddle v promenar se como un anate

wade through, ford v vadar

  • v vadar
  • v vadar (le aqua)

wadi n wadi

  • n wadi (-dì) Ar]

wafer [Cul] biscuit

  • n eccles

waffle n wafla

waft v transportar

  • ~ , breeze n sufflo

wag n farsator

  • v agitar
  • v agitar (se)
  • ~ , farceur, joker n farsator

wage n paga, salario

  • n salario, paga

wage-claim n reclamation de salario

wage-earner n salariato

wage-freeze n blocage de salarios

wager n sponsion

  • v sponder

wages, pay n gage

  • ~ , pay n gage F]
  • ~ , setting of prices n taxation

wage-war v facer le guerra

waggle (wag) n farsator

  • (wag) v agitar
  • (wag) v agitar (se)

wagon, carriage, car n carro

  • ~ , waggon (rr) n wagon
  • ~ , waggon (rr) n wagon de mercantias
  • ~ , waggon n carro

wahing machine n lavator, machina a lavar

  • ~ machine n machina a lavar, lavator
  • ~ powder (laundry detergent) n sapon in pulvere

waif n infante abandonate

wail n lamento

  • v lamentar

waist (part of the body between hips and ribs) n cinctura

  • ~ belt [Mil] n cincturon
  • n cinctura

waistcoat n gilet

  • ~ , vest n gilet
  • ~ , vest n gilet F]

waist-high adj/adv al nivello del cinctura

waistline n mesura cinctural

wait for, await v attender

  • ~ for, await v attender -tend-/-tent-]
  • n pausa, periodo de attender
  • n periodo de attender, pausa
  • v attender

waiter (call to attract his attention) n senior!

  • (one who waits at table) n servitor
  • n servitor

wait-for v attender

waiting v attender

waiting-list n lista de attender

waiting-room (at station) n sala de attender

  • ~ -room n antecamera

wait-on v servir

waitress (called to attract her attention) n seniora!

  • n servitrice

waive (depart from) v derogar

  • (depart from) v derogar (a un principio)
  • (give up) v renunciar

wake (of a ship) n sulco

  • (wake up) v eveliar
  • (wake up) v eveliar (se)
  • ~ up (arouse from sleep) v eveliar

waken v eveliar

  • v eveliar (se)

wake-up (awake) v eveliar

  • ~ -up (awake) v eveliar (se)

waking n velia

  • ~ , being awake n velia

Walachia [Geog] n Valachia

Wales [Geog] n Galles, Wales

  • [Geog] n Wales, Galles
  • n Galles
  • n Galles (gàl-)

walk (go on foot) v ambular

  • (-ing in step) adv ambular/promenar al passo
  • (opposite of ride) v ambular, ir a pede
  • (opposite of ride) v ir a pede, ambular
  • (path) n allee
  • (stroll) n promenada
  • (stroll) vi promenar se
  • ~ along, tramp, journey v camminar
  • ~ around, stroll about v circumerrar

round v circumerrar

  • ~ round, to circuit, go v circuir
  • ~ round, to circuit, go v circuir (-ìr)
  • ~ up and down v. phr ir e venir
  • ~ , gait n ambulatura
  • ~ , promenade (1. as in a long walk; 2. as in public promenade) n promenada

walk-about v promenar se

walk-along v camminar

walk-away v partir

  • ~ -away v partir (a pede)

walkie-talkie n transmissor-receptor portabile

walking adj promenante

  • ~ stick, cane n baston

walking-stick n baston, canna

  • ~ -stick n canna, baston

walkout (from conference) n retiro

  • (strike) n exopero

walkover n victoria facile

wall (as in within one's four walls) n pariete

  • (fortification) n muralia
  • (growing on a wall) adj parietari
  • (of room) n pariete
  • (upright structure of masonry) n muro
  • [Fortif] n muralia
  • adj parietal
  • ~ in, surround with a wall v murar
  • n Gen]
  • ~ up v murar

wallaby n wallaby

wallet n cartiera, portafolio

  • n portafolio, cartiera
  • ~ , pocketbook n portafolio

Wallis-and-Futuna Islands [Geog] n Insulas de Wallis e Futuna

wall-off v murar

wallop n grande colpo

  • v batter

wallow v rolar se

wallpaper n tapete de papiro

walnut n nuce

walnut-tree n nuciero

walrus n morsa

waltz n walzer

  • n walzer G]
  • v dansar un walzer

wan adj pallide

wand n virga

wander about, ramble n vagar

  • ~ about, ramble v divagar
  • v errar, vagar
  • v vagar, errar
  • ~ , roam v errar

wander-about v divagar, vagar

  • ~ -about v vagar, divagar

wanderer n homine errante, vagabundo

  • n vagabundo, homine errante

wandering about, rambling (act of) n divagation

  • ~ about, rambling adj vage

wanderlust n passion de viagiar

wane (on the ~) phr in declino

  • n declino
  • v declinar

wangle n artificio, truffo

  • n truffo, artificio
  • v obtener per subterfugio

want (lack) n carentia, manco

  • (lack) n manco, carentia
  • (need) n necessitate
  • ~ of assiduity, inapplication n inapplication
  • ~ of intelligence, obtuseness n inintelligentia
  • ~ of reflection, thoughtlessness n irreflexion
  • v voler
  • ~ , lack (of something) n carentia
  • ~ , lack n manco
  • ~ , wish v voler

wanted (desired) adj desirate

  • (for a crime) adj recercate

wanting adj deficiente, mancante

  • adj mancante, deficiente

wanton (capricious) adj capriciose

  • (lewd) adj impudic, lascive
  • (lewd) adj lascive, impudic
  • (meaningless) adj gratuite
  • ~ , lustful adj luxuriose

war (belonging to war) adj bellic

  • (wage ~) v facer le guerra
  • adj de guerra
  • ~ horse n cursero
  • n bello
  • n guerra
  • ~ of the Titans, titanomachia n titanomachia
  • ~ of the Titans, titanomachia n titanomachia (-ìa)
  • v bellar
  • v guerrear
  • ~ , make or wage war v guerrear

warble n canto

  • v cantar

ward (female) n pupilla

  • (male) n pupillo
  • (of hospital) n sala
  • ~ off, parry v parar
  • ~ , pupil (boy or child under the care of a guardian) n pupillo

warden n guardiano

warder n carcerero, guardiano

  • n guardiano, carcerero

ward-off v parar

wardrobe (room, closet or cupboard for holding clothes) n guardaroba

  • n armario, guardaroba
  • n guardaroba, armario
  • ~ , cupboard n armario

ware, merchandise n mercantia

warehouse n magazin

  • v immagazinar
  • ~ , store up v immagazinar
  • ~ , storehouse n magazin

warehouseman n magazinero

warehousing n immagazinage

  • ~ , storing up n immagazinage
  • ~ , storing up n immagazinage (-aje)

wares n mercantia

warfare n guerra

warhead n capite explosive

warily adv con circumspection

wariness n circumspection

warlike adj guerrier

  • ~ , martial adj guerrier

warm (heat up) v calefacer

  • (in the ~) phr in loco calide
  • (slightly) v tepidar
  • adj calide
  • adj calide, calorose
  • adj calorose, calide
  • ~ slightly, take the chill off v tepidar
  • ~ , heat v calefacer
  • ~ , heat v calefacer -fac-/-fact-]
  • ~ , hot adj calde

warm-hearted adj benevole, de bon corde

  • ~ -hearted adj de bon corde, benevole

warmonger n bellicista

warmth n calor

warm-up n exercitios preliminari

  • ~ -up v calefacer, recalefacer warm-blooded de sanguine calide
  • ~ -up v recalefacer warm-blooded de sanguine calide, calefacer

warn v adverter, prevenir

  • v prevenir, adverter
  • ~ , caution, forewarn v prevenir
  • ~ , caution, forewarn v prevenir -ven-/-vent-]

warning n advertimento

  • ~ , notice n advertimento

warp (character) v perverter

  • (in weaving) n filo de ordimento
  • (in wood) v deformar
  • (prepare the warp) Weaving] v ordir
  • (twist) vt falsar
  • (weaving) vi ordir
  • (wood) v deformar se
  • ~ beam [Weaving] n orditorio

warpath (on the ~) phr in humor bellicose

  • n humor bellicose

warper [Weaving] n orditor

warping (action of) Weaving] n ordimento

  • (action of) Weaving] n orditura

warrant (police) n mandato

  • (written) n certificato
  • n Gen]
  • v garantir

warrant-officer n subofficiero

warranty (document) n certificato

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

warren n coniliera, garenna

  • n garenna, coniliera

warrior n guerreator

  • n guerrero

Warsaw n Varsovia

warship n nave de guerra

wart n verruca

wart-shaped, verruciform adj verruciforme

warty adj verrucose

wary adj caute, circumspecte

  • adj circumspecte, caute

was v. past era, esseva

  • v . past esseva, era

wash n lavanda, lavatura

  • n lavatura, lavanda
  • v lavar
  • v lavar (se)
  • ~ , cleanse v abluer
  • ~ , cleanse v abluer -lu-/-lut-]
  • ~ , cleanse v lavar
  • ~ , washing (act of) n lavanda
  • ~ , washing (act of) n lavatura

washable adj lavabile

washbasin n bassino de lavage

washer (disc) n rondella

  • (machine) n lavator
  • (one who or that which washes) n lavator

washhouse, washroom n lavatorio

washing (act of) n lavage

  • (act of) n lavage (-aje)
  • (act) n lavage
  • (dirty clothes) n pannos a lavar
  • (just washed) n pannos lavate
  • ~ day n die de lavage
  • ~ , cleansing (act of) n lavamento

washing-up n lavage del plattos

wash-leather n pelle de camoce

wash-one's-hands-of v. phr lavar se le manos de

wash-out n disastro, fiasco

  • ~ -out n fiasco, disastro
  • ~ -out v distinger per lavar, eliminar per lavar
  • ~ -out v eliminar per lavar, distinger per lavar

washroom n lavatorio

  • ~ , washhouse n lavatorio

washstand n lavabo, lavamanos

  • n lavamanos
  • n lavamanos (-mà-)
  • n lavamanos, lavabo

wash-up (dishes) v lavar le plattos

  • ~ -up (oneself) v lavar se

wasp n vespa

wasp's nest n vespiario

wasp's-nest n vespiario

wastage n perdita

waste (as in to lay waste) adj vaste

  • (indust) adj inutilisabile, residual
  • (indust) adj residual, inutilisabile
  • (indust) v residuos
  • (land) n region inculte
  • (loss) n perdita
  • (misuse) n dilapidation, misuso
  • (misuse) n misuso, dilapidation
  • (ravaged) adj devastate, vaste
  • (ravaged) adj vaste, devastate
  • (squander) v guastar
  • (time) v perder
  • (untilled) adj inculte
  • ~ away v deperir
  • ~ , squander v dispender
  • ~ , squander v dispender -pend-/-pens-]
  • ~ , squander v guastar
  • ~ , squandering n dilapidation

waste-away v deperir

waste-basket (waste-paper basket) n corbe a papiro

wasteful adj prodige

wastefulness n prodigalitate

waste-paper n papiralia

waste-paper-basket n corbe a papiro

waste-pipe n tubo de discarga

waste-products n residuos

waster n dissipator

  • ~ , squanderer n guastator

wasting away n deperimento

wastrel n dilapidator

  • ~ , spendthrift, squanderer n dilapidator

watch (as spectator) v spectar

  • (pay attention) v prestar attention a
  • (supervision) n surveliantia, vigilia
  • (supervision) n vigilia, surveliantia
  • (television) v telespectar
  • (timepiece) n horologio
  • n surveliantia
  • v observar, surveliar, vigilar super
  • v surveliar, vigilar super, observar
  • v vigilar super, observar, surveliar
  • ~ , be on the lookout v veliar
  • ~ , be on the lookout v vigilar
  • ~ , guard, sentry n faction
  • ~ , supervise, superintend v suveliar

watchdog n can de guarda

watcher n surveliante

  • ~ , supervisor, superintendent n surveliante

watchful adj alerte, allerte, vigilante

  • adj allerte, vigilante, alerte
  • adj vigilante, alerte, allerte
  • ~ , alert adj allerte
  • ~ , vigilant adj vigilante
  • ~ , vigilant adj vigilante (ppr of vigilar)

watchfulness n vigilantia

  • ~ , vigilance n vigilantia

watchmaker n horologiero

  • ~ , clockmaker n horologiero

watchmaker's, clockmaker's store n horologieria

s, clockmaker's store n horologieria (-ìa)

watchmaking, clockmaking n horologieria

  • ~ , clockmaking n horologieria (-ìa)

watchman n guardiano

  • ~ , guard n vigilator

watch-over v vigilar super

watchstrap n bracialetto de horologio

watchtower n guarita

  • n guarita, turre de guarda
  • n turre de guarda, guarita

watchword n parola de ordine

water (- the cattle) v abiber le bestial

  • (- the plants) v rigar le plantas
  • (1. the liquid water; 2. limpidity and luster of a precious stone) n aqua
  • (1. to supply with drink; 2. to irrigate) v abiberar
  • (plants) v aquar
  • ~ bath n banio-maria
  • ~ bath n banio-maria (-ìa)
  • ~ closet, toilet n water-closet
  • ~ closet, toilet n water-closet A]
  • ~ color (painting) n aquarella
  • n aqua
  • ~ polo n water-polo
  • ~ polo n water-polo A]
  • ~ spider, Argyroneta [Zool] n argyroneta
  • ~ , salivate v salivar
  • ~ , wet v rigar

water-closet n lavatorio, w.c.

  • ~ -closet n w.c., lavatorio

water-color painter n aquarellista

water-colour n aquarella

water-cress n cresson de aqua

waterfall (rapids) n salto

  • n cascada

water-front n quartiero del porto

water-hole (watering place) n abiberatorio

wateriness, aquosity n aquositate

watering (salivation, mouth ~) n salivation

watering-can n rigatorio

watering-hole n abiberatorio

watering-place (water-hole) n abiberatorio

water-lily n lilio de aqua, nenufar

  • ~ -lily n nenufar, lilio de aqua

waterlogged adj plen de aqua, saturate

  • adj saturate, plen de aqua

water-main n conducto principal de aqua

water-mark (paper) n filigrana

  • ~ -mark n Naut]

water-melon n melon de aqua

water-mill n molino de aqua

water-pipe n tubo de aqua

water-polo (sport) n water-polo

water-power n energia hydraulic

water-proof adj impermeabile

  • ~ -proof n impermeabile
  • ~ -proof v impermeabilisar

water-shed n linea divisori

  • ~ -shed n linea divisori (del aquas)

water-ski v facer le ski aquatic

water-skiing n ski aquatic

water-spout n tromba

  • ~ ; 2. whirlwind [Meteorol] n tromba
  • ~ ; 2. whirlwind [Meteorol] n tromba I]

water-tight (fig) adj completemente logic

  • ~ -tight (impervious) adj hermetic

water-tower n castello de aqua

water-way (canal) n canal

  • ~ -way (river) n fluvio navigabile

water-works n central de aqua

watery adj aquose

  • ~ , aqueous adj aquose

watt (electricity) n watt

  • [Elec] n watt

wattage [Elec] n wattage

  • [Elec] n wattage (-aje)
  • n wattage

watt-hour n watt-hora

wattmeter n wattimetro

  • n wattimetro (-ì-)

wave (1. wave of the sea; 2. Phys]) n unda

  • (move in waves or undulations) v undear
  • (move to and fro) vt agitar
  • (someone) v facer signos per le mano
  • [Hairdressing] n undulation
  • n unda
  • vi undular
  • ~ , undulate (1. to move in, or like, waves; 2. to impart a wavy appearance to) v undular

wave-band n banda de undas

wave-length n longitude de unda

wavelike (sounding like waves) adj undisone

waver v balanciar, vacillar, hesitar

  • v hesitar, balanciar, vacillar
  • v vacillar, hesitar, balanciar

waverer n homine irresolute

waves, move in, be moved by v fluctuar

wavy adj undose

  • adj undulate, undulose
  • adj undulose, undulate
  • ~ , undulating adj undulate
  • ~ , undulating adj undulate (pp of undular)
  • ~ , undulous, rolling adj undulose

wax (as in to wax a floor) v incerar

  • (grow) vi crescer
  • (treat with wax) vt incerar cerar
  • adj ceree
  • ~ candle, cierge (large) Eccl] n cereo
  • ~ factory n cereria
  • ~ factory n cereria (-ìa)
  • n cera
  • ~ , apply wax to v cerar

waxchandler n cerero

waxen, waxy adj ceree

waxer (one who applies wax to a floor) n cerator

waxing (as in the waxing of a floor) (act of) n inceramento

  • (growing) n crescimento
  • (treatment with wax) n inceramento
  • adj crescente

waxwork n figura de cera

waxworks n museo de figuras de cera

waxy adj cerose

  • ~ , waxen adj ceree

way (be in the ~) v. phr esser un impedimento/obstruction

  • (by the ~) prep. phr a proposito
  • (custom) n costume
  • (direction) n direction
  • (manner) n maniera, methodo
  • (manner) n methodo, maniera
  • (path) n cammino, via
  • (path) n via, cammino
  • (road, path) n via
  • ~ in (on the ~) v. phr al entrar
  • ~ in n entrata
  • ~ of life n maniera de viver, tenor de vita
  • ~ of life n tenor de vita, maniera de viver
  • ~ out (exit) n exito
  • ~ out (means of escape) n escappatoria
  • ~ out (of a difficulty) n escappatoria
  • ~ out (on the ~) v. phr al sortir
  • ~ out, exit n exito
  • ~ out, exit n exito (éx-)
  • ~ , manner n maniera
  • ~ , manner, wise n guisa
  • ~ , road n cammino

wayfarer n viagiator

waylay v insidiar

  • ~ , ambush v insidiar

waylayer n insidiator

wayside (by the ~) phr al bordo del via

  • ~ adj/adv bordo del via
  • ~ chapel n cappella al bordo del via

wayward adj capriciose, indocile, rebelle

  • adj indocile, rebelle, capriciose
  • adj rebelle, capriciose, indocile

waywardness n capriciositate, indocilitate

  • n indocilitate, capriciositate

we pron nos

  • ~ , us (nos) pron noi

weak adj debile

  • ~ , without strength adj adyname
  • ~ , without strength adj adyname (-ìname)

weaken vi debilitar se, devenir minus forte

  • vi devenir minus forte, debilitar se
  • vt debilitar, extenuar, infirmar
  • vt extenuar, infirmar, debilitar
  • vt infirmar, debilitar, extenuar
  • ~ , enfeeble, debilitate v debilitar
  • ~ , extenuate, emaciate v extenuar
  • ~ , make infirm v infirmar

weakening n debilitation, decadentia, diminution

  • n decadentia, diminution, debilitation
  • n diminution, debilitation, decadentia
  • ~ , making infirm (action of) n infirmation

weak-kneed adj coarbe, sin character

  • ~ -kneed adj sin character, coarbe

weakling n persona debile

weakly adv debile

  • ~ , feeble, debile adj debile

weakness n debilitate

weak-willed adj indecise

wealth n opulentia, ricchessa

  • n ricchessa
  • n ricchessa, opulentia

wealthy adj opulente, ric

  • adj ric, opulente

wean v ablactar, dislactar

  • v dislactar
  • v dislactar, ablactar

weapon n arma

wear (clothing) n vestimentos

  • (deterioration) n deterioration
  • (last) vi durar
  • (use) n uso
  • vt portar

wear-and-tear n consumption/deterioration natural

wear-away v consumer

  • ~ -away v consumer (se)

weariness n fatiga, languor, lassitude

  • n languor, lassitude, fatiga
  • n lassitude, fatiga, languor
  • ~ , fatigue n fatiga
  • ~ , lassitude n lassitude

weariness-of-life n tedio del vita

wearing (clad in) adj vestite de

  • (tedious) adj fatigante
  • n uso

wearisome adj enoiose, fatigante

  • adj fatigante, enoiose

wear-off vi disparer

  • ~ -off vt facer disparer

wear-out v consumer (se), extenuar (se)

  • ~ -out v consumer, extenuar
  • ~ -out v extenuar (se), consumer (se)
  • ~ -out v extenuar, consumer

weary adj exhauste, fatigate, lasse

  • adj fatigate, lasse, exhauste
  • adj lasse, exhauste, fatigate
  • v fatigar
  • ~ , tired adj lasse

weasel n mustela

weather (a storm) v exir con successo, superar

  • (a storm) v superar, exir con successo
  • (bronze) v impartir un patina a
  • (rock) v deteriorar
  • n tempore
  • v ane n monstravento

weathercock n monstravento

weather-forecast n bulletin meteorologic

weave n textura

  • v texer
  • v texer tex-/text-]

weaver n texitor

web (fig) n texito

  • (spider's) n tela
  • (spider's) n tela (de aranea)
  • (world wide ~) n tela trans terrestre

webbed adj palmate

  • ~ foot n palma

webbing (tela de) n cingulas

webfoot n palma

wed v sposar

wedding adj nuptial

  • ~ bells n campanas nuptial
  • ~ ceremony n ceremonia nuptial
  • ~ day n die de nuptias
  • ~ feast (reception) n festa nuptial
  • ~ gown n roba nuptial
  • n nuptias
  • ~ ring n anello nuptial
  • v ows n votos nuptial
  • ~ , nuptial adj nuptial

wedge (wedge-shaped object or tool) n cuneo

  • ~ in, drive in v cunear
  • n calceolo, cuneo
  • n cuneo, calceolo
  • v cunear

wedger, one who inserts wedges n cuneator

wedging in (act of) n cuneage

  • ~ in (act of) n cuneage (-aje)

wedlock n maritage

wednesday n mercuridi

  • n mercuridi
  • n mercuridi (-dì)

weed (clear of weeds) v disherbar

  • n mal herba
  • ~ out v eliminar
  • v disherbar

weeding n disherbage

weed-killer n herbicida

weedy (of soil) adj plen de mal herbas

  • (puny) adj magre

week end n week-end

  • ~ end n week-end A]
  • n septimana

weekday n die de travalio

weekend n fin de septimana, week-end

  • n week-end, fin de septimana

weekly adj septimanal

weekly-magazine n revista/magazine septimanal

weep v lacrimar, plorar

  • v plorar, lacrimar
  • ~ , cry v plorar
  • ~ , shed tears v lacrimar

weigh (1. to ascertain the weight of; 2. to have a certain weight) v pesar

  • (be heavy, measure the weight of) v pesar
  • (mentally) v balanciar, ponderar
  • (mentally) v ponderar, balanciar
  • ~ anchor v disancorar

weigh-anchor v levar le ancora

weighbridge n bascula

  • ~ , platform scale n bascula

weigh-down v cargar, supercargar

  • ~ -down v supercargar, cargar

weigher (one who weighs, ascertains the weight of something) n pesator

weighing n machine balancia

  • n machine balancia (pro personas)

weigh-one's-words v mesurar su parolas

weight (1. heaviness; 2. amount determined by weighing; 3. piece of metal used in weighing) n peso

  • (fig) n importantia
  • (heaviness, for scales) n peso
  • (of a blow) n fortia
  • v cargar
  • v cargar (de un peso)

weightiness, heaviness, ponderosity n ponderositate

weight-lifting n sublevamento de pesos

weighty (fig) adj importante

  • (heavy) adj pesante, ponderose
  • (heavy) adj ponderose, pesante
  • ~ , heavy, ponderous adj ponderose

weir n dica

  • ~ , dam n dica

weird (mysterious) adj mysteriose, supernatural

  • (mysterious) adj supernatural, mysteriose
  • (strange) adj bizarre, estranie
  • (strange) adj estranie, bizarre

welcome adj benvenite

  • n benvenita
  • v dar le benvenita a

weld (as in to weld pieces of metal) v soldar

  • n junctura soldate
  • v soldar

welder n soldator

welding (act of) n soldatura

  • n soldatura

welfare (social aid) n assistentia social

  • (well-being) n ben-esser, prosperitate
  • (well-being) n prosperitate, ben-esser
  • ~ state n stato assistential
  • ~ work n assistentia social

well (be - aware) v. phr non ignorar

  • (well of water, oil, etc) n puteo
  • adj san
  • adv ben
  • ~ broken adj con accento culte
  • ~ curb, puteal n puteal
  • ~ done! interj bravo!
  • ~ interj alora!
  • n puteo
  • ~ off adj satis ric
  • ~ read adj culte, erudite
  • ~ read adj erudite, culte
  • ~ wisher n amico
  • ~ worn adj usate

well-being n ben esser

  • ~ -being n ben-esser

well-bred (of dogs) adj de racia

  • ~ -bred adj ben educate, cortese
  • ~ -bred adj cortese, ben educate

well-built adj robuste

well-founded (as in a well-founded charge) adj fundate

  • ~ -founded (as in a well-founded charge) adj fundate (pp of fundar)
  • ~ -founded adj fundate

wellingtons n bottas

  • n bottas (de gumma)

well-known adj cognite, familiar

  • ~ -known adj familiar, cognite

well-mannered adj manierose

  • ~ -mannered, mannerly adj manierose

Welsh (language) adj gallese

  • ~ adj/n gallese
  • ~ galese adj gallese

welshman n gallese

were (to be) v. past era, esseva

  • (to be) v. past esseva, era

werewolf n lycanthropo

west (direction) adv al west

  • adj del west, occidental
  • adj occidental, del west
  • n occidente, west
  • n west
  • n west, occidente
  • ~ , occident n occidente

West-Africa [Geog] n Africa Occidental

westerly adj/adv del west

western (film, book) n western

  • adj del west, occidental
  • adj occidental, del west
  • ~ , occidental occidental adj occidental

Western-Samoa (Pacific island) n Samoa Occidental

West-Indian adj del Indias Occidental

West-Indies [Geog] n Indias Occidental

Westphalia n Westfalia

Westphalian adj westfalic

westward (-s) adv al west

wet adj humide, molliate

  • adj molliate, humide
  • ~ dock, dock n darsena
  • ~ dock, dock n darsena (dàr-)
  • n humiditate, pluvia, molliatura
  • n molliatura, humiditate, pluvia
  • n pluvia, molliatura, humiditate
  • v humectar, molliar
  • v molliar, humectar
  • ~ , damp adj humide
  • ~ , moisten v molliar
  • ~ , water v rigar

wet-blanket n guastafesta

wet-day n die de pluvia

wetness n molliatura

wetting n humectation, molliatura

  • n molliatura, humectation
  • ~ , moistening n molliamento
  • ~ , moistening n molliatura

whack n colpo

  • v colpar

whale n balena

whaleboat, whaler n baleniera

whalebone, baleen n balena

whaler (1. whale fisher; 2. vessel for whale fishery) n balenero

  • (boat) n baleniera
  • (man or ship) n balenero
  • ~ , whaleboat n baleniera

wharf n discargatorio, imbarcatorio, quai

  • n imbarcatorio, quai, discargatorio
  • n quai, discargatorio, imbarcatorio
  • ~ , dock, quay n imbarcatorio
  • ~ , landing pier n disbarcatorio
  • ~ , unloading place n discargatorio

what (that which) phr lo que

  • ~ a phr qual
  • ~ a pity phr qual damno!
  • adj qual, que
  • adj que, qual
  • ~ for interr. phr proque?
  • ~ interj como!
  • ~ interr pron/adj que
  • ~ interr pron/adj que (ke;kwe)
  • ~ is to be done? phr que facer?
  • ~ pron que
  • ~ rel pron quid
  • ~ time is it? phr qual hora es il?
  • ~ to do? phr que facer?
  • ~ , that rel pron quod
  • ~ , which adj qual
  • ~ , which, whom (acc) rel pron quem

whatever adj qualcunque

  • ~ pron quecunque
  • ~ rel pron quecunque
  • ~ rel pron quecunque (kekùnkwe;kwekùnkwe)
  • ~ , of whatever kind, any adj qualcunque

whatever-happens phr sia que sia

what's the matter? phr que passa?

s up? (greeting) phr que passa?

wheat n frumento

  • n tritico
  • n tritico (trì-)

wheedle v persuader con blandimentos

wheel (1. as in wheel of a car; 2. as in to break on the wheel) n rota

  • (mil) n conversion
  • (of bicycle) n rota
  • (steering-) n volante
  • [Mil] n conversion
  • [Nav] n timon
  • v rolar

wheelbarrow n carretta de mano

wheelbase n distantia inter le axes

wheelchair n chaise rolante

wheeze n respiration sibilante/asthmatic

  • v respirar con difficultate

when adv/conj/pron quando

whence (1. from which place; 2. wherefore, for which reason or cause) adv unde

  • adv de ubi

whenever adv/conj quandocunque

where (in or at what place) adv/conj ubi

  • (in which place) adv/conj/n ubi
  • (whither) adv a ubi
  • ~ are you? phr ubi es tu?
  • ~ to? phr a ubi?
  • ~ , whither adv quo

whereabouts adv ubi

  • n ubication

whereas (but) conj ma

  • (seeing that) conj viste que

whereby conj per le qual

wherefore (cause) n le causa, le proque

  • (cause) n le proque, le causa
  • (therefore) adv dunque
  • (why) adv pro qual ration, proque
  • (why) adv proque, pro qual ration
  • adv quo
  • ~ , why adv quare
  • ~ , why, how adv quid

wherein adv in le qual

whereof conj de qual, de que, de qui

  • ~ conj de que, de qui, de qual
  • ~ conj de qui, de qual, de que

whereupon adv a qual puncto

wherever adv ubicunque

wherewithal n medios

whet (fig) v stimular

  • (sharpen) v affilar
  • ~ , sharpen v affilar

whether (- ... or...) conj sia... sia...

  • ~ conj an, si, esque
  • ~ conj esque, an, si
  • ~ conj si, esque, an

whetstone n petra de affilar

whey (of milk) n sero

which conj qual, que

  • ~ conj que, qual
  • ~ interr pron qual
  • ~ pron le qual, le quales, que
  • ~ pron le quales, que, le qual
  • ~ pron que, le qual, le quales
  • ~ rel pron le qual
  • ~ , that, who, whom rel pron que
  • ~ , that, who, whom rel pron que (ke;kwe)
  • ~ , what adj qual
  • ~ , whom, what (acc) rel pron quem

whichever adj qualcunque

  • ~ pron non importa qual

whiff n sufflo fugace

whig n whig

  • n whig A]

while (although) conj ben que

  • (during the time that) conj dum, durante que
  • (during the time that) conj durante que, dum
  • (spatio de) n tempore
  • (whereas) conj e, ma
  • (whereas) conj ma, e
  • ~ away (- you were ~) phr in vostre absentia
  • ~ away v passar le tempore

whim n capricio, phantasia

  • n phantasia, capricio
  • ~ , caprice n luna

whimper n gemito

  • v gemer

whimsical adj eccentric, lunatic

  • adj lunatic, eccentric
  • ~ , capricious adj lunatic

whine n gemimento, gemito

  • n gemito, gemimento
  • v gemer
  • ~ , groan n gemito
  • ~ , groan n gemito (gé-)

whinny n hinnimento, hinnir

  • n hinnir, hinnimento
  • v hinnir
  • ~ , neigh v hinnir

whinnying n hinnimento

  • ~ , neighing n hinnimento

whip (eggs, cream) v batter

  • (parl) n appello, deputato disciplinari
  • (parl) n deputato disciplinari, appello
  • (scourge) n flagello
  • (scourge) v flagellar
  • ~ , flog, beat v verberar
  • ~ , scourge n flagello
  • ~ , scourge, flagellate v flagellar

whipping n flagellation

  • ~ , splice n ligatura

whirl vt facer tornear

  • ~ , gyrate v tornear

whirling adj vertiginose

whirlpool n gurgite, vortice

  • n vortice, gurgite
  • ~ , vortex n vortice
  • ~ , vortex n vortice (vòr-)

whirlwind n tromba

whirr n stridulation

  • v strider

whisk (culinary) n battitor

  • ~ away, make disappear [Conjuring] v escamotar
  • vi mover se rapidemente
  • vt batter

whiskers (cat's) n mustachios, vibrissas

  • (cat's) n vibrissas, mustachios
  • (man's) n barbas lateral

whiskey (-ky) n whisky

whisky n whisky

  • n whisky A]

whisper n susurro

  • v sufflar, susurrar
  • v susurrar, sufflar
  • ~ , mutter, mumble, grumble v susurrar

whisperer, hummer, murmurer n susurrator

whispering, murmuring, rustling, susurrant adj susurrante

whisperings n rumores, susurros

  • n susurros, rumores

whist (card game) n whist

  • n whist
  • n whist A]

whistle (1. whistling; 2. instrument for whistling) n sibilo

  • (1. whistling; 2. instrument for whistling) n sibilo (sì-)
  • (both senses) n sibilo
  • v sibilar

whistler (one who whistles) n sibilator

  • n sibilator

whistling n sibilation

whit (bit, jot) n iota

white (of egg) n blanc de ovo, clara

  • (of egg) n clara, blanc de ovo
  • (of the color white) adj albe
  • (the colour) n blanco
  • adj albe, blanc
  • adj blanc
  • adj blanc, albe
  • ~ coffee n caffe con lacte
  • ~ lead, ceruse n cerussa
  • ~ lie n mendacio officiose
  • ~ metal (babbit) n metallo blanc
  • n blanco

white-collar (- worker) n empleato de bureau

  • ~ -collar adj de bureau

white-flowered, albiflorous adj albiflor

white-haired adj a capillos blanc

white-hot adj calefacite al blanco, incandescente

  • ~ -hot adj incandescente, calefacite al blanco

whiten v blanchir

  • ~ , blanch (make white) v blanchir

whitening, blanching (act of) n blanchimento

white-of-egg n clara

whites (laundry) n blancos del lavanda

  • (of eggs) n blanc de ovo

whitewash (fig) v justificar per argumentos false

  • (paint) v blanchir con lacte de calce
  • n lacte de calce

whither adv a ubi, quo

  • adv quo, a ubi
  • ~ , where adv quo

whitsun n pentecoste

whittle (- away) v attenuar, taliar

  • (- away) v taliar, attenuar

whizz n sibilation

  • ~ past v mover se rapidemente, passar sibilante
  • ~ past v passar sibilante, mover se rapidemente
  • v sibilar

who (interrogative) pron qui

  • (relative) pron qual(es)
  • (relative) pron qui
  • ~ has arrived at puberty, pubescent adj pubere
  • ~ has not arrived at puberty adj impubere
  • ~ , whom, which, that rel pron que
  • ~ , whom, which, that rel pron que (ke;kwe)

whoa interj stop!

whodunit (detective mystery) n un mysterio de detective

  • (detective mystery) n un mysterio policiari

whoever pron quicunque

whole (on the ~) phr in general

  • (the - of) n tote le
  • adj integral, tote, integre
  • adj integre, integral, tote
  • adj tote, integre, integral
  • n toto
  • ~ night, night's time, night n noctata
  • ~ , complete adj integral
  • ~ , entire adj integre
  • ~ , entire adj integre (ìn-)

wholehearted adj de tote le corde

wholeheartedly adv sincermente de tote le corde

wholemeal (de) n farino integral

wholeness (without flaw) n indemnitate

  • n totalitate
  • ~ , scathelessness (state or condition of being whole, unharmed) n indemnitate

wholesale (fig) adj general

  • (in bulk) adj in grosso
  • n venta in grosso
  • v vender in grosso

wholesaler n venditor in grosso

wholesome adj salutar

  • adj san

wholly n toto

  • ~ phr in toto e per toto

whom (after preposition) pron le qual, le quales

  • (after preposition) pron le quales, le qual
  • (after preposition) pron qui
  • (interrogative and relative) pron que
  • ~ , what, which (acc) rel pron quem
  • ~ , which, that, who rel pron que
  • ~ , which, that, who rel pron que (ke;kwe)

whoop n crito

  • v critar

whooping (- cough) n pertusse

  • adj critante
  • ~ cough, pertussis [Med] n pertusse

whopper n cosa extrememente grande

  • n mendacio monstruose

whopping adj extrememente grande

whore (insult) n puta

  • (insult) n putana
  • n prostituta

whorl (of a spiral) n spira

whortleberry, blueberry n myrtillo

whose (interrogative) pron de qui

  • (relative) pron cuje
  • (relative) pron de qui
  • (relative) pron del qual, del quales
  • (relative) pron del quales, del qual
  • ~ pron cuje

whosoever pron whoever

why (reason) n le proque

  • (reason) n le ration
  • adv perque
  • adv pquare
  • adv proque
  • ~ conj quod
  • ~ interj guai
  • ~ , how, wherefore adv quid
  • ~ , that, because conj quod
  • ~ , wherefore adv quare

wick n micca

wicked (fig) adj atroce

  • (perverse) adj impie, inique, perverse
  • (perverse) adj inique, perverse, impie
  • (perverse) adj perverse, impie, inique
  • ~ , vicious, depraved adj vitiose

wickedness n impietate, iniquitate, perversitate

  • n iniquitate, perversitate, impietate
  • n perversitate, impietate, iniquitate
  • ~ , villainy n sceleratessa

wide (big) adj grande

  • (broad) adj large, vaste
  • (broad) adj vaste, large
  • ~ open adj/adv toto aperte
  • ~ , broad adj large
  • ~ , broad adj late

wide-angle adj grandangular

wide-lens n objectivo grandangular

widely (broadly) adv largemente

  • (generally) adv generalmente

widen (make broad(er)) v allargar

  • v allargar

wideness n largor

  • ~ , expanse n largo

widening n allargamento

  • ~ , broadening n allargamento

widespread adj diffuse, extense, general

  • adj extense, general, diffuse
  • adj general, diffuse, extense

widow (bereave of a husband) v viduar

  • n vidua
  • v viduar

widowed adj vidue

  • n vidue

widower n viduo

widowhood n viduage

  • n viduage (-aje)
  • n viduage, viduitate
  • n viduitate
  • n viduitate, viduage

width n amplitude, largor

  • n largor, amplitude
  • ~ , breadth n largessa
  • ~ , breadth n largor
  • ~ , breadth n latitude
  • ~ , breadth n transverso

wield (power) v exercer

  • (tool, weapon) v manear

wieldiness n maneabilitate

wiener (frankfurter) n salsicia de francoforte

wife n marita, sposa, uxor, mulier

  • n mulier, marita, sposa, uxor
  • n sponsa
  • n sposa
  • n sposa, uxor, mulier, marita
  • n uxor
  • n uxor, mulier, marita, sposa

wig n perrucca

  • ~ , periwig n perrucca

wiggle n torto, undulation

  • n undulation, torto
  • vi serper, torquer se
  • vi torquer se, serper
  • vt agitar

wigmaker, hairdresser, coiffeur, barber n perrucchero

wig-wag v signalar in codice

  • ~ -wag v signalar in codice (con bandieras o lumines)

wigwam (Amerindian tent) n wigwam

  • n wigwam
  • n wigwam A]

wild (angry) adj furiose

  • (crazy) adj extravagante, insensate, phantastic
  • (crazy) adj insensate, phantastic, extravagante
  • (crazy) adj phantastic, extravagante, insensate
  • (fierce) adj feroce
  • (of weather) adj tempestuose, violente
  • (of weather) adj violente, tempestuose
  • (place) adj inculte
  • (uncontrolled) adj irrefrenate
  • adj salvage
  • ~ , savage adj salvage
  • ~ , savage adj salvage (-aje)

wilderness n deserto

wildfire (spread like ~) v propagar se como foco grec

  • n foco grec

wildlife n fauna

wildness (ferocity) n ferocitate

  • (fury) n furia
  • (violence) n violentia
  • (wild state) n stato salvage

wile n artificio, attraction

  • n attraction, artificio

wilful (obstinate) adj obstinate

  • (of murder) adj premeditate

wiliness n astutia

will (act of willing) n voler

  • (desire) n voler, voluntate
  • (desire) n voluntate, voler
  • (law) n testamento
  • (wish) v voler
  • n voluntate
  • v / future ...-ra
  • ~ , pleasure n grado
  • ~ , testament [Law] n testamento

willing adj ben disposite, servicial

  • adj servicial, ben disposite

willingly adv de bon corde, de bon grado, de bon voluntate

  • adv de bon grado, de bon voluntate, de bon corde
  • adv de bon voluntate, de bon corde, de bon grado
  • ~ , voluntarily adv sponte

willingness n bon voluntate

willow grove n saliceto

  • n salice
  • n salice (sà-)

willow-grove n saliceto

willpower n voluntate

Wilno, Vilna n Vilna

  • ~ , Vilna n Vilna Lithuanian]
  • ~ , Vilna n Wilno
  • ~ , Vilna n Wilno Polish]

wilt (fig) v deperir

  • (wither) v marcer, marcescer
  • (wither) v marcescer, marcer
  • ~ , wither v marcer
  • ~ , wither v marcescer

wilted adj marcide

  • ~ , withered adj marcide

wilting n marcor

  • ~ , withering (liable to wither or wilt) adj marcescibile
  • ~ , withering n marcor

wily adj astute

win (be victorious) v vincer

  • (gain) v acquirer, ganiar
  • (gain) v ganiar, acquirer
  • ~ back, regain v reganiar
  • n ganio, triumpho, victoria
  • n triumpho, victoria, ganio
  • n victoria, ganio, triumpho
  • ~ or gain over v ganiar
  • ~ , gain v ganiar

win-back v reganiar

wince n grimasse de dolor

  • v facer un grimasse de dolor

winch n cabestan

  • v sublevar con un cabestan

wind (a handle) vt girar

  • (as in east wind) n vento
  • (flatulence) n flatulentia
  • (knock the breath out of) v facer perder le halito
  • (on a spool) v bobinar
  • (pass ~) v flatular
  • (weather) n vento
  • vi serpentar
  • ~ , breath n pneuma
  • ~ , breath n pneuma -ma/-mat-]
  • ~ , meander v serpentar
  • ~ , spool, coil v bobinar

windcheater n blusa

  • n blusa (de golf)

winder n button de remontar

windfall (fallen fruit) n fructo cadite

  • (good luck) n bon fortuna, ganio insperate
  • (good luck) n ganio insperate, bon fortuna

winding frame n bobinatorio

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

wind-instrument n instrumento de vento

windlass (anchor winch) n cabestan

windmill n molino a vento

window (of a house, vehicle) n fenestra

  • (of a shop) n vitrina
  • (X-) n Xwindow
  • ~ box n jardiniera de fenestra
  • ~ cleaner n lavavitros
  • ~ dressing n decoration de vitrinas
  • ~ frame n quadro del fenestra
  • n fenestra
  • ~ pane n vitro
  • ~ shop n reguardar le vitrinas

windowpane, pane n vitro

windows (MS-) n Microsoft Windows

  • (MS-) n Microsoft Windows (R)
  • n fenestras, vitrinas
  • n vitrinas, fenestras

window-sill n tabula

  • ~ -sill n tabula (de fenestra)

windpipe n trachea

  • ~ , trachea n trachea
  • ~ , trachea n trachea (-éa)

windscreen n parabrisa

windscreen-wiper n essugavitro

windshield n parabrisa

windshield-wiper n essugavitro

windswept adj exponite al vento

wind-up (a clock) v remontar

  • ~ -up (a company) v liquidar

windy adj ventose

  • ~ , gusty adj ventose

wine grower, viticulturist n viticultor

  • n vino
  • ~ , of wine adj vinari

winebibbing n vinolentia

  • ~ , too fond of the bottle adj vinolente

wine-cellar n cellario

wine-glass n vitro a vino

wine-grower n viticultor

  • ~ , viticulturist viticola (-tì-) n viticola
  • ~ , viticulturist viticola (-tì-) n viticola (-tì-)

wine-growing adj vinicole

  • ~ -growing adj vinicole, viticole
  • ~ -growing adj viticole, vinicole
  • ~ -growing n vinicultura

wine-list n carta del vinos

wine-merchant n mercante de vino

wine-producing adj vinifere

wine-skin n utre

wing (1. wing of a bird, airplane etc.; 2. part of a building) n ala

  • (most senses) n ala
  • (theat) n coulisse
  • ~ , side, scene [Theat] n coulisse
  • ~ , side, scene [Theat] n coulisse F]

wing-commander n locotenente colonello

  • ~ -commander n locotenente colonello (de aviation)

winged adj alate

  • ~ creature, flying animal n volatile

winger (soccer) n ala

winglet, small wing n aletta

wing-nut n matre vite con alettas

wingshaped appendage (flange, rib, fin) (small) n aletta

wing-span n invirgatura

wink (un) n batter del palpebras

  • v batter le palpebras

winkle n litorina

winner n ganiator, victor

  • n victor, ganiator
  • ~ , gainer n ganiator

winning adj victoriose

  • ~ series of five numbers [Lotto, Keno] n quina

winning-post n posto de arrivata

winnings n ganios

winnow v vannar

  • ~ , fan (grain) v ventilar
  • ~ , winnowing fan n vanno

winnowing fan, winnow n vanno

win-over v ganiar, persuader

  • ~ -over v persuader, ganiar

winter adj hibernal

  • n hiberno
  • v hibernar
  • ~ , hibernal adj hibernal
  • ~ , pass the winter v hibernar

wintry (icy) adj glacial

  • (of the winter) adj de hiberno
  • ~ , brumal adj brumal

wipe v essugar

  • ~ , mop up, dry v essugar

wipe-away v levar

wipe-out (debts) v liqidar

  • ~ -out (get rid of) v eliminar, supprimer
  • ~ -out (get rid of) v supprimer, eliminar
  • ~ -out (kill) v annihilar, exterminar
  • ~ -out (kill) v exterminar, annihilar

wiper n essugavitro

wire (install electric wiring) v facer le installation electric

  • (put wires in) v munir con filos
  • (telegraph) v telegraphar
  • n filo
  • n filo (metallic)

wire-brush n brossa metallic

wiredrawer (mechanism for drawing out wire) n filiera

wire-gauze n tela metallic

wireless n radio

wire-netting n grilliage, rete metallic

  • ~ -netting n rete metallic, grilliage

wiring (systema de) n filos electric

wiry adj magre ma forte

wisdom n sagessa, sapientia

  • n sapientia
  • n sapientia, sagessa
  • ~ , sageness n sagessa
  • ~ , sageness n sagessa (-j-)

wisdom-tooth n dente de sagessa

wise (learned) adj sage, sapiente

  • (learned) adj sapiente, sage
  • (prudent) adj prudente
  • ~ man n sagio
  • ~ man, sage n sagio
  • ~ man, sage n sagio (sajo)
  • n guisa
  • ~ , discerning, sapient adj sapiente
  • ~ , sage adj sage
  • ~ , sage adj sage (sàje)
  • ~ , way, manner n guisa

wisecrack n argutia

wisely (insightfully) adv con perspicacitate

  • (prudently) adv prudentemente
  • adv con sapientia, sagemente
  • adv sagemente, con sapientia

wish (desire) v desirar

  • (want) v voler
  • ~ for v desirar
  • ~ for, desire, wish v desiderar
  • ~ for, desire, wish v desirar
  • n desiro, voler
  • n voler, desiro
  • ~ , desire n desiderio
  • ~ , desire n desiro
  • ~ , want v voler
  • ~ , wish for, desire v desiderar
  • ~ , wish for, desire v desirar

wishbone n furchetta del sterno

wishful adj desirose

wishful-thinking v illusionismo, prender le desiros pro realitates

  • ~ -thinking v prender le desiros pro realitates, illusionismo

wishy-washy adj insipide

wisp n pecietta, tracia

  • n tracia, pecietta

wistaria [Bot] n glycinia

wisteria (- vine) n glycinia

wistful adj un pauc triste

wit (-) phr a saper

  • (clever humour) n argutia
  • (intelligence) n intelligentia
  • (person) n persona argute

witch n maga

witchcraft n magia

witch-doctor n mago tribal

with (1. together with; 2. by means of; 3. having, carrying, characterized by) prep con

  • (1. together with; 2. by means of; 3. having, carrying, characterized by) prep cum
  • (accompanied by) prep con
  • (by, of, from) prep de
  • ~ a wide margin adj marginose
  • ~ difficulty adv vix
  • ~ impunity adj impun
  • ~ , at, by, near prep apud
  • ~ , at, by, near prep apud (à-)
  • ~ , by means of prep de

withdraw (1. to draw or take back; 2. to retract) v retraher

  • (1. to draw or take back; 2. to retract) v retraher -trah-/-tract-]
  • (go away) vi retirar se
  • v Mil]
  • vt retirar
  • ~ , depart v deceder
  • ~ , depart v deceder -ced-/-cess-]
  • ~ , take away v retirar
  • ~ , take away v subtraher
  • ~ , take away v subtraher -trah-/-tract-]

withdrawal (from a contract) n disdicimento

  • (removal) n subtraction
  • n Mil]
  • n retiro
  • ~ , falling back [Mil] n replicamento
  • ~ , recession n recession
  • ~ , removal n subtraction
  • ~ , retraction (from a contract or agreement) n disdicimento
  • ~ , retreat n retraite
  • ~ , retreat n retraite F]

wither (dry up) vi desiccar se

  • (specifically of plants) v marcer se, marcescer se
  • (specifically of plants) v marcescer se, marcer se
  • vt Gen]
  • ~ , wilt v marcer
  • ~ , wilt v marcescer

withered adj marcide

  • ~ , wilted adj marcide

withering adj Fig]

  • n marcor
  • ~ , wilting (liable to wither or wilt) adj marcescibile
  • ~ , wilting n marcor

withhold (information) v subnegar

  • (retain) v retener
  • ~ , conceal, hold back (information required by law) v subnegar
  • ~ , hinder, keep, hold, detain v retener
  • ~ , hinder, keep, hold, detain v retener -ten-/-tent-]

withholding (of information) n subnegation

  • (retention) n retention
  • ~ , concealment (information required by law) n subnegation

within adv/prep./ n intra

without (outside) adv foras

  • ~ an alphabet, unwritten adj analphabetic
  • ~ desire, inappetent adj inappetente
  • ~ gnarls, smooth, knotless adj disnodose
  • ~ legal force, invalid adj invalide
  • ~ legal force, invalid adj invalide (-và-)
  • prep sin
  • ~ strength, weak adj adyname
  • ~ strength, weak adj adyname (-ìname)
  • ~ the knowledge of, unknown to prep clam
  • ~ , on the outside adv extra

withstand (hold out against) v resister a

  • v Mil]

witless (not witty) adj infacete

  • (stupid) adj stupide
  • ~ , insipid, unfunny adj infacete

witness (a document) v testar

  • (as in to witness a signature to a document) v testar
  • (evidence) n testimonio
  • (one who attests) n teste
  • (person) n teste
  • (testify) v testimoniar
  • ~ , bear witness, testify v testimoniar

witness-box n tribuna del testes

witnessing adj/pres. part attestante

  • n attestation
  • ~ , testifying adj testimonial

witticism n argutia

  • n argutia, facetia
  • n facetia, argutia
  • ~ , witty remark n facetia

witty adj facete, facetiose

  • adj facetiose, facete
  • ~ remark, witticism n facetia
  • ~ , humorous, jocular adj facete
  • ~ , humorous, jocular adj facetiose

wizard n mago

wizened adj desiccate, marcide

  • adj marcide, desiccate

wobble (be unsteady) v esser instabile, tremular, oscillar

  • (be unsteady) v oscillar, esser instabile, tremular
  • (be unsteady) v tremular, oscillar, esser instabile
  • n oscillation, tremulamento
  • n tremulamento, oscillation
  • v Fig]

wobbly adj insecur, vacillante

  • adj vacillante, insecur

woe interj guai

wolf n lupo

wolfish, lupine adj lupin

wolfram (1. Chem] (tungsten; 2. Mineral] (wolframite) n wolfram

  • (1. Chem] (tungsten; 2. Mineral] (wolframite) n wolfram G]
  • ~ , tungsten [Chem] n tungsten
  • ~ , tungsten [Chem] n tungsten Swedish]

wolframite [Mineral] n wolframite

woman doctor n doctoressa

  • ~ in labor or childbed n puerpera
  • ~ in labor or childbed n puerpera (-érpera)
  • n femina, mulier
  • n mulier, femina
  • ~ painter, paintress n pictoressa

womanhood n femininitate

womanliness n femininitate

  • ~ , femininity n femininitate

womanly adj feminin

woman's negligee n matinee

s negligee n matinee F]

womb n sino

  • n sino, utero
  • n utero, sino
  • ~ , uterus n utero
  • ~ , uterus n utero (ù-)

wombat [Zool] n wombat

  • [Zool] n wombat (wòm-)

women n femina

  • n femina (fé-)
  • n feminas

won adj/past. part ganiate, vincite

  • ~ adj/past. part vincite, ganiate

wonder (ask oneself) vi demandar se

  • (feeling) n admiration, stupor
  • (feeling) n stupor, admiration
  • (marvel) v meraviliar se
  • (object) n meravilia, prodigio
  • (object) n prodigio, meravilia
  • ~ , prodigy n prodigio

wonderful adj meraviliose, stupende

  • adj stupende, meraviliose

wonderful-to-relate phr mirabile-dictu

wont (be one's ~) v soler

  • n habitude

t v. abbrev will not

wonted (accustomed) adj solite

  • (accustomed) adj solite (sò-)
  • (accustomed, usual) adj consuete

woo (court) v cortesar, facer le corte a

  • (court) v facer le corte a, cortesar
  • v Fig]
  • ~ , court v galantear

wood (as in made of wood) n ligno

  • (forest) adj silvestre
  • (substance) n ligno
  • (trees) n bosco, silva
  • (trees) n silva, bosco
  • (wooded place) n bosco
  • (wooden) adj de ligno
  • ~ sorrel, oxalis n oxalide
  • ~ sorrel, oxalis n oxalide (-àl-)
  • ~ , forest adj silvestre
  • ~ , forest n silva

woodbine, honeysuckle n caprifolio

woodcut n gravura sur ligno, xylographia

  • n xylographia, gravura sur ligno

wooded adj silvose

wooden adj de ligno

  • ~ frame on which various types of work are performed (as: (work) bench, trestle, easel) n cavalletto
  • ~ horse (wooden frame in the shape of a horse used as an instrument of torture) n cavalletto

woodland n zona de boscos

woodman n travaliator forestal

woodpecker n pico

woodwind n instrumentos de ligno

woodwork (cabinetmaking) n ebenisteria

  • (carpentry) n carpenteria
  • (parts made of wood) n lignage

woody adj lignose

  • ~ , ligneous adj lignose

wooer, suitor n pretendente

wooing (courting) n corte

  • n Fig]

wool n lana

wool-bearing, laniferous adj lanifere

woolen draper n lanero

  • ~ goods n laneria
  • ~ goods n laneria (-ìa)

wooliness n lanositate

woollen adj de lana

woollen-goods n laneria

woolly adj lanose

wooly adj lanose

word (group of letters) n parola, vocabulo

  • (group of letters) n vocabulo, parola
  • (of honour) n parola
  • n parola
  • n Relig]
  • n verbo
  • v exprimer in parolas, rediger
  • v rediger, exprimer in parolas
  • ~ , vocable n vocabulo

wording n formulation de parolas, phraseologia, redaction

  • n phraseologia, redaction, formulation de parolas
  • n redaction, formulation de parolas, phraseologia

word-of-honour n parola de honor

word-of-mouth (tell by ~) v. phr transmitter pro parola

  • ~ -of-mouth (tell by ~) v. phr transmitter pro parola (- pro bucca)

wordy adj prolixe, verbose

  • adj verbose, prolixe

work (1. purposeful activity; 2. something produced by manual or intellectual work) n obra

  • (as in hard work) n opera
  • (as in hard work) n opera (òp-)
  • (function) v functionar
  • (something produced by work) n obra
  • (toil) n labor, travalio
  • (toil) n travalio, labor
  • (toil) vi laborar, travaliar
  • (toil) vi travaliar, laborar
  • n labor
  • v laborar
  • vt facer functionar, operar
  • vt operar, facer functionar
  • ~ , effect v operar
  • ~ , workmanship n factura

workbench n cavaletto

work-day n die de labor

worker n obrero, travaliator

  • n travaliator, obrero
  • ~ , workman n laborator

workhouse n asylo del povres

working adj functionante que/qui labora

  • n functionamento

working-class adj del classe obrer

  • ~ -class n classe obrer

working-day n die de labor

working-majority n majoritate sufficiente

workings n sitos de exploitation

workman n obrero

  • n obrero, travaliator
  • n travaliator, obrero
  • ~ , laborer n travaliator
  • ~ , worker n laborator

workmanlike (of a person) adj competente, habile

  • (of a person) adj habile, competente
  • (of a thing) adj ben facite

workmanship n factura

  • ~ , work n factura

work-of-art n obra de arte

work-on v continuar a laborar influentiar reparar

work-out (calculate) v calcular

  • ~ -out (elaborate) v elaborar
  • ~ -out (result in) v resultar in
  • ~ -out n exercitio

workroom n camera de labor

works (factory) n fabrica

  • (fortifications) n fortificationes

workshop n officina

work-up (- a sweat) v exercitar se

  • ~ -up (- an appetite) v haber fame pro exercitar se
  • ~ -up (excite) v excitar
  • ~ -up (prepare) v preparar

world (1. Universe; 2. earth; 3. society) n mundo

  • (earth) n mundo
  • (fig) n seculo
  • (things mundane) n seculo
  • (things mundane) n seculo (sé-)
  • adj mundial

world-famous adj de fama mundial

worldliness n mundanitate

  • n mundanitate, secularitate
  • n secularitate, mundanitate

worldly adj mundan, secular

  • adj secular, mundan
  • ~ , mundane adj mundan

worldwide adj global, mundial

  • ~ -wide adj mundial
  • adj mundial, global
  • adv in tote le mundo
  • ~ -wide, global adj global

world-wide-web (WWW) Comp] tela trans terrestre

  • ~ -wide-web (WWW) Comp] tela trans terrestre (TTT)

worm (earthworm) n lumbrico

  • (intestinal) n helminthe
  • [Gen] verme
  • n verme

Worms n Worms

  • n Worms G]

worn (heavily used) adj deteriorate

  • (used as clothing) adj portate

worn-out (tired) adj exhauste

  • ~ -out (used up) adj non plus servibile, usate
  • ~ -out (used up) adj usate, non plus servibile

worried adj anxie

worry (bother) v vexar

  • (worry) vt inquietar
  • n anxietate, inquietude
  • n inquietude, anxietate
  • vi inquietar se, perturbar se
  • vi perturbar se, inquietar se
  • ~ , trouble, annoyance n enoio
  • ~ , trouble, annoyance n enoio (-nò-)

worse (form bad to ~) phr de mal a plus mal, de mal in pejo

  • (form bad to ~) phr de mal in pejo, de mal a plus mal
  • adj pejor
  • adj pejor, plus mal
  • adj plus mal, pejor
  • adv pejo
  • adv pejo, plus mal
  • adv plus mal, pejo

worse-and-worse phr de mal in pejo

worsen (make or become worse) v impejorar

  • (make worse) v pejorar
  • vi impejorar, pejorar se
  • vi pejorar se, impejorar
  • vt impejorar, pejorar
  • vt pejorar, impejorar

worship (your ~) n senior burgomaestro, senior judice

  • (your ~) n senior judice, senior burgomaestro
  • n adoration, culto
  • n culto
  • n culto, adoration
  • vt adorar, coler
  • vt coler, adorar
  • ~ , honor, reverence v coler
  • ~ , honor, reverence v coler col-/cult-]

worst (le) adj/n pejor, pessime

  • (le) adj/n pessime, pejor
  • adj pessime
  • adj pessime (pés-)

worsted yarn n stamine

worth (be ~) v valer

  • n dignitate, valor
  • n valor, dignitate
  • ~ , value n valor

worthiness n merito

worthless adj sin valor, van

  • adj van, sin valor

worthlessness n manco de valor

worthwhile adj digne de consideration, que vale le pena, utile

  • adj que vale le pena, utile, digne de consideration
  • adj utile, digne de consideration, que vale le pena

worthy adj digne

  • ~ of esteem adj appreciabile
  • ~ of revenge adj vengiabile
  • ~ of revenge adj vengiabile (-jà-)
  • ~ of tears, lamentable adj lacrimabile
  • ~ , deserving adj digne

would (used to) v soleva

  • ~ aux. v -ea
  • v . cond ...r-ea

would-be adj aspirante, pretendite, (o usa le prefix pseudo-)

  • ~ -be adj pretendite, aspirante, (o usa le prefix pseudo-)

wound n ferita, vulnere, plaga

  • n plaga
  • n plaga, ferita, vulnere
  • n vulnere
  • n vulnere, plaga, ferita
  • v ferir, leder, plagar, vulnerar
  • v leder, plagar, vulnerar, ferir
  • v plagar
  • v plagar, vulnerar, ferir, leder
  • v vulnerar
  • v vulnerar, ferir, leder, plagar
  • ~ , injure v leder
  • ~ , injure v leder led-/les-;-lid-/-lis-]

wounded (as in wounded soldier) adj mutilate

  • (as in wounded soldier) adj mutilate (pp of mutilar)
  • (soldier) n mutilato
  • (soldiers) n feritos

wounding n ferimento

  • ~ , smiting (act of) n ferimento

wow interj ah, eheu

  • ~ interj eheu, ah

wrangle n altercation

  • v altercar
  • ~ , altercate, quarrel v altercar

wrap (robe) n sortita

  • (shawl) n chal
  • ~ up vi coperir se
  • ~ up vt inveloppar, involver
  • ~ up vt involver, inveloppar
  • ~ up, envelop v inveloppar
  • v pacchettar
  • ~ , packet, pack v pacchettar
  • ~ , robe [Clothing] n sortita

wrapper (of book) n copertura

  • [Gen] papiro de imballage

wrapping n inveloppamento

wrapping-paper n papiro de imballage

wrappings n copertura, imballage

  • n imballage, copertura

wrath n cholera, ira

  • n ira, cholera
  • ~ , anger n cholera
  • ~ , anger n cholera (cò-)
  • ~ , ire, anger n ira

wrathful adj in cholera, irascite, irate

  • adj irascite, irate, in cholera
  • adj irate, in cholera, irascite
  • ~ , irate, angry adj irate

wreak (cause) v causar

  • (give vent to, exhaust) v dar libere expression

wreath (garland) n guirlanda

  • n corona
  • n corona de flores

wreathe (envelop) v inveloppar

  • (festoon) v inguirlandar
  • v inguirlandar
  • v inguirlandar (-gi-)

wreck (ruin) n ruina

  • (ship itself) n vascello naufragate
  • (shipwreck) n naufragio
  • v destruer, ruinar
  • v ruinar, destruer
  • ~ , demolish v demolir

wreckage n fragmentos, restos

  • n restos, fragmentos

wrecked (be ~) v naufragar

  • adj naufragate

wren n rege del sepe

wrench (spanner) n clave

  • [Techn] n clave
  • v torquer con violentia

wrestle v luctar

wrestler n luctator

wrestling n lucta

wretch n scelerato

  • ~ , villain, scoundrel n scelerato

wretched adj miserabile, misere

  • adj misere, miserabile
  • ~ , miserable adj misere

wretchedness n miseria

  • ~ , misery n miseria

wriggle n movimento serpentin

  • v serper
  • ~ , glide v serper

wring (as in to wring the linen) v torquer

  • (as in to wring the linen) v torquer torqu-/tort-/tors-]
  • v torquer

wringer n exprimitor de aqua

wringing n torquimento

  • ~ , twisting (act of) n torquimento

wrinkle n ruga

  • v arrugar (se), corrugar (se)
  • v arrugar, corrugar
  • v corrugar (se), arrugar (se)
  • v corrugar, arrugar
  • ~ , crease v arrugar
  • ~ , crease v rugar
  • ~ , crease, fold n ruga

wrinkled adj rugose

  • ~ , rugose adj rugose

wrist n carpo

  • ~ , carpus [Anat] n carpo

wrist-watch n horologio-bracialetto

writ n Fig]

  • n Jur]

write calligraphically, calligraph v calligraphiar

  • ~ down v registrar per scripto
  • ~ off n perdita total
  • ~ out (a cheque) v scriber
  • ~ out (copy) v copiar, transscriber
  • ~ out (copy) v transscriber, copiar
  • ~ over again, rewrite v rescriber
  • ~ over again, rewrite v rescriber -scrib-/-script-]
  • ~ prose, prose v prosar
  • ~ shorthand, stenograph v stenographiar
  • v scriber
  • v scriber scrib-/script-]

writer (author, journalist etc.) n scriptor

  • (of articles) n articulista
  • (of short stories) n novellista
  • (person who writes) n autor, scriptor
  • (person who writes) n scriptor, autor
  • ~ of articles n articulista
  • ~ of bulletins n bulletinero
  • ~ of glosses, glossator n glossator
  • ~ of mimes, mimographer n mimographo
  • ~ of mimes, mimographer n mimographo (-ò-)

writhe v contorquer se

writing (piece of writing) n scripto

  • ~ desk n scriptorio
  • ~ desk, desk n scriptorio
  • n scripto, scriptura
  • n scriptura, scripto
  • ~ pad n bloco
  • ~ paper n papiro de litteras, papiro de scriber
  • ~ paper n papiro de scriber, papiro de litteras
  • ~ , handwriting, script n scriptura
  • ~ , script (system of) n graphia
  • ~ , script (system of) n graphia (-ìa)

written adj scripte

  • ~ , in writing adj scripte

wrong (be ~) v haber torto

  • (false) adj false
  • (harm) n torto
  • (immoral) adj immoral
  • (inappropriate) adj improprie
  • (incorrect) adj incorrecte
  • (injury) n injuria
  • (something bad) n mal
  • (unjust) adj injuste
  • ~ , do evil v malfacer
  • ~ , do evil v malfacer -fac-/-fact-]

wrongdoer n malfactor

wrongful (illegal) adj illegal

  • (unjust) adj injuste

wrongfully adv a torto, injustemente

  • adv injustemente, a torto

wrongheaded adj obstinate in error, perverse

  • adj perverse, obstinate in error

wrought iron adj/n ferro forgiate

wry (fig) adj ironic.

  • (twisted) adj torquite, torte
  • (twisted) adj torte, torquite
  • ~ face, grimace n grimasse
  • ~ face, grimace n grimasse F]

www n Comp]

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