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Abbreviationes


  • adj. adjectivo
  • adv. adverbio
  • aux. verbo auxiliar
  • conj. conjunction
  • modif. modificator
  • determ. determinante
  • n. nomine commun
  • num. numero
  • onom. onomatopeia
  • prep. preposition
  • pron. pronomine
  • vi. verbo intransitive
  • vt. verbo transitive

  • f. forma feminin
  • m. forma masculin
  • dem. demonstrativo
  • poss. possessivo
  • fig. figurative
  • gener. in general
  • inf. infinitivo
  • o.s. oneself
  • sb somebody
  • sth something

  • AER. aeronautica e aerodynamica
  • ANAT. anatomia
  • ASTRON. astronomia
  • BIOL. biologia
  • BOT. botanica
  • CHIM. chimia
  • CIN. cinema
  • COMMERC. commercio
  • CULIN. jargon culinari
  • ECON. economia e financia
  • ELECTR. electricita, electronica
  • FERR. ferrovia
  • GEO. geographia e geologia
  • GEOM. geometria
  • GRAM. grammatica
  • HIST. historia
  • INDUS. industria
  • INFORM. informatica
  • JUR. juridic
  • LING. linguistica
  • MECH. mechanica
  • MED. medicina
  • MILIT. jaron militari
  • MUS. musica
  • NAUT. nautica
  • OPT. optica
  • PHIL. philosophia
  • PHYS. physica
  • PHOT. photographia
  • POL. politica
  • RELIG. religion
  • THEAT. theatro
  • TECH. technica e technologia
  • ZOOL. zoologia

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A le littera A /a/
a, an

  • (= one) un
  • (= by, per) per — once a day un vice per die

Aachen Aachen
aardvark *orycteropo, porco formicivore
Aaron RELIG. Aaron
abaca abaca (or abaca)
abackto take aback surprender, disconcertar
abacus abaco
abaft a *poppa
abalone

  1. abulón, aure de mar
  2. (= the shell) scalia de abulón

abandon

  • ⟨n.⟩ abandono — to dance with reckless abandon dansar phreneticamente
  • ⟨vt.⟩ abandonar

abandoned

  1. abandonate
  2. (= deserted) *desertate
  3. (= dissolute) sin morales

abandonment abandono, abandonamento
abase

  1. degradar, abassar
  2. (o.s. before sb) abassar se ante
  3. (o.s. so far as to do sth) abassar se a facer

abasement abassamento
abash embarrassar, avergoniar
abate

  • ⟨vi.⟩ (= subside) remitter, subsider
  • ⟨vt.⟩ (= reduce) minuer, reducer

abatement diminution
abbess abbatessa
abbey abbatia
abbot abbate
abbreviate abbreviar
abbreviation abbreviation
abdicate abdicar
abdication abdication
ABC

  1. (= alphabetical guide) *abecedario
  2. (= the alphabet) alphabeto — to know one's ABC's cognoscer le alphabeto · easy as ABC simplissisme, facilissime
  3. (= the basics) fundamentos, bases, notiones de base

abdomen abdomine
abdominal abdominal
abduct raper, abducer
abductee persona rapite
abduction abduction
abductor rapitor
abeam a transverso
abecedary *abecedario
Abel RELIG. Abel
abelmosk *abelmosco
aberrant anormal
aberration aberration
abet appoiar, adjutar, esser complice de
abettor appoiator, adjutator
abeyance suspension — in abeyance (= suspensed) in suspenso, (= without an owner) in disuso
abhor abhorrer, detestar
abhorrence abhorrimento
abhorrent abhorribile, repugnante, detestabile
abidance observantia, respecto (by de)
abide

  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= dwell) demorar
  2. (by a law) observar, respectar, conformar se a
  3. (by an opinion) mantener
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= tolerate) tolerar, supportar, indurar
  2. (= accept) acceptar, submitter se a

abiding ⟨adj.⟩ (= faithful) fidel
ability capacitate, habilitate
abintestate abintestato
ab initio ab initio, depost le comenciamento
abiogenesis abiogenesis, abiogenese
abiogenetic abiogenetic
abiotic abiotic
abject abjecte
abjuratory de adjuration
abjure abjurar, renunciar a
ablative

  • ⟨adj.⟩ ablative
  • ⟨n.⟩ ablativo

ablaze

  1. (= on fire) in flammas
  2. (= glittering) resplendente

able capace, habile —  to be able to do poter facer
able-bodied

  1. (= strong) robuste
  2. (= not disabled) in bon condition physic, physicalmente capace, non invalide

ablution *ablution
ably habilemente, in modo competente
abnegation *abnegation
abnormal anormal
abnormality anormalitate
aboard

  • ⟨adv.⟩ a bordo
  • ⟨prep.⟩ a bordo de

abode demora, casa, domicilio — Welcome to my humble abode. Benvenite a mi humile demora.
abolish abolir
abolition abolition, *dissolution
abominable abominabile
abominate abominar
abomination abomination
aboriginal ⟨adj. & n.⟩ aborigine
abort (+ launch, project, pregnancy) abortar
abortion aborto — to get an abortion abortar
abortive abortive
abound abundar, esser abundante
abounding ⟨adj.⟩ abundante
about

  • ⟨adv.⟩
  1. (= approximately) approximativemente
  2. (= nearly) quasi
  3. (= here and there) in tote directiones, in tote parte, hic e illac
  • ⟨prep.⟩
  1. (= around) circa, circum
  2. (= regarding) circa, a proposito de, super, concernente, relative a

about-face torno de 180° (cento octanta grados)
above

  • ⟨adv.⟩ in alto
  • ⟨prep.⟩ supra, super

aboveboard ⟨adj. & adv.⟩ sin deception, apertemente
ab ovo ab ovo
abracadabra ⟨interj.⟩ abracadabra
abrade *abrader
abrasion abrasion
abrasive abrasive
abreast

  1. (= side by side) in fila (duple, triple)
  2. (= up to date) al currente (with de)

abridge abbreviar
abridgment (= shortening of literary work) abbreviation, summario
abroad al estraniero, al extero
abrogate *abrogar
abrupt

  1. (= steep) abrupte
  2. (= sudden; brusque) brusc

abscess abscesso
abscission abscission
abscond discampar, absconder, fugir, escappar
absence absentia
absent

  • ⟨adj.⟩ absente — absent without leave *absente sin permisso
  • ⟨vt.⟩ absentar (o.s. from se de)

absentee absentista
absent-minded distracte
absent-mindedness distraction
absolute absolute
absolution absolution
absolve absolver
absorb

  1. (+ liquid) absorber
  2. (+ knowledge) assimilar

absorbent ⟨adj. & n.⟩ absorbente
absorption absorption
abstain abstiner se (from de)
abstemious abstemic
abstention abstention
abstergent ⟨adj. & n.⟩ absergente
abstersion abstersion
abstersive abstersive
abstinence abstinentia
abstract

  • ⟨adj.⟩ abstracte
  • ⟨n.⟩ summario
  • ⟨vt.⟩ PHIL. abstraher

abstraction abstraction
absurd absurde
absurdity absurditate
abundance abundantia
abundant abundante
abundantly

  1. (= plentifully) abundantemente
  2. (+ clear) extrememente

abuse

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= misuse) abuso, misuso
  2. (= insult) invectiva
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= insult) insultar, injuriar, *invectivar
  2. (= misuse) abusar de, misusar
  3. (= mistreat) maltractar
  4. (sexually) abusar de

abusive

  1. (= misusing) abusive
  2. (= insulting) injuriose

abysmal abysmal
abyss abysso
academic

  • ⟨adj.⟩ academic
  • ⟨n.⟩ academico

academy academia
a cappella *acappella
accelerate

  • ⟨vi.⟩ accelerar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ accelerar

acceleration acceleration
acceleratoraccelerator
accent accento
accentuate

  1. LING. accentuar
  2. (fig.) poner in valor

accept acceptar
acceptable acceptabile
acceptance acceptation
access

  • ⟨n.⟩ accesso — to have access to haber accesso a
  • ⟨vt.⟩ *acceder a

accessible

  1. (+ person) abbordabile
  2. (+ place) accessibile

accessory

  • ⟨adj.⟩ (= ancillary, auxiliary) accessori
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= clothes, object) accessorio
  2. (= abetter) complice

accident accidente
accidental

  • ⟨adj.⟩ accidental, fortuite
  • ⟨n.⟩ MUS. accidental

accidentally accidentalmente, per accidente
acclaim acclamar — critically acclaimed acclamate per le critica
acclamation acclamation
acclimate

  • ⟨vi.⟩ acclimatar se (to a)
  • ⟨vt.⟩ acclimatar

accolade

  1. (= praise) elogio
  2. (= award) premio
  3. (= knighting ceremony) accollada
to salute with an accolade accollar

accommodate

  1. (= adapt) accommodar
  2. (= adjust) adjustar
  3. (= lodge) albergar, allogiar

accommodating accommodante
accommodation

  1. (= adapting) accommodation
  2. (= adjusting) adjustamento
  3. (= lodgings) albergo, allogiamento

accompaniment accompaniamento
accompany accompaniar
accomplice complice
accomplish complir
accomplished (= proficient) experte
accomplishment

  1. (= achievement) complimento
  2. (= gift) talento

accord

  • ⟨n.⟩ accordo — of one's own accord spontaneemente, voluntarimente, deliberatemente
  • ⟨v.⟩ (= harmonize) accordar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ (= grant) accordar (un cosa a un persona)

accordingly in consequentia
according to secundo, conforme a
accordion accordion
acetamide acetamido
acetate acetato
acetic acetic
acetify acetificar
acetone acetona
acetous acetose
acetylene acetylen
acount

  • ⟨n.⟩ (gener.) conto — bank account conto bancari · checking account conto currente · on account of a causa de
  • ⟨vi.⟩ (for)
  1. (= explain) justificar, explicar
  2. (+ expenditure) dar conto de
  3. (= represent) representar
  4. (+ missing person) locar, *localisar — All the children were accounted for. Tote le infantes era locate.

accountability responsabilitate
accountable responsabile
accountancy contabilitate
accountant contabile — turf accountant bookmaker
accoutre, accouter ⟨v.⟩ equipar, vestir
accredit accreditar
accreditation accreditation
accumulate

  • ⟨vi.⟩ accumular se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ accumular

accumulation accumulation
accuracy exactitude, precision, accuratessa
accurate exacte, precise, accurate
accusation accusation
accusative

  • ⟨adj.⟩ accusative
  • ⟨n.⟩ accusativo

accuse accusar (of de)
the accused JUR. le accusato
accustom accostumar, habituar (to a)
ace asse
acephalous sin capite, acephale
acerbity acerbitate
ache

  • ⟨n.⟩ dolor
  • ⟨vi.⟩ doler — my head aches le capite me dole

achieve complir
achievement complimento
acid

  • ⟨adj.⟩ acide
  • ⟨n.⟩ acido

acidic acide, *acidic
acidify acidificar
acidity aciditate
acidosis *acidosis, *acidose
acinus BOT. acino
acknowledge admitter, recognoscer
acknowledgement admission, recognoscentia
acme acme
acne *acne
acolyte acolyto
aconite aconito
acorn glande
acoustic acustic
acoustically *acusticamente
acoustics acustica
acquaint familiarisar (o.s. with se con)
acquaintance cognoscentia
acquaintedto be acquainted with cognoscer ⟨vt.⟩, esser familiar con
acquiesce acquiescer
acquiescent acquiescente
acquire acquirer
acquisition acquisition
acquit absolver, disculpar
acquittal absolution
acre acre
acrid *acride, acerbe
acrimonious acrimoniose
acrimony *acrimonio
acrobat acrobata
acrobatic acrobatic
acrobatics acrobatia
acronym *acronymo
acrophobia *acrophobia
across trans
act

  • ⟨n.⟩ (gener.) acto — in the act in flagrante delicto
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= do sth) ager
  2. (= be an actor) jocar
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= behave) comportar se
  2. (= pretend to be) finger de esser

acting

  • ⟨adj.⟩ (= substitute) *interimari
  • ⟨n.⟩ joco

actinia actinia
actinium *actinium, *actinio
action action
activate activar
active active
activism activismo
activist activista
activity activitate
act of God disastro natural
actor actor
actress actrice
actual real, effective
actually de facto
actuate actuar
acuity acuitate
acumen (= keenness) *acumine
acupuncture acupunctura
acute acute
ad → advertisement
AD (= anno domini) AC (ante Christo)
adage proverbio
adagio *adagio, lentemente
adamant intransigente, adamante
adapt

  • ⟨vi.⟩ adaptar se (to a)
  • ⟨vt.⟩ adaptar

adaptability adaptabilitate
adaptable adaptabile
adaptation adaptation
adaptor adaptator
add adder
add up

  • ⟨vi.⟩ (= make sense) esser logic
  • ⟨vt.⟩ (+ numbers) additionar, summar

adder1 (= viper) vipera
adder2 *additionator, *additor, *summator
addict

  1. (of drugs) *narcomano — opium addict *opiomano
  2. (= enthusiast) enthusiasta

addiction

  1. (to drugs) *narcomania
  2. (= enthusiasm) enthusiasmo

addition addition, supplemento — in addition in plus · in addition to ultra, preter
additional additional
additionally *additionalmente
addled

  1. confuse
  2. (= rotten) putride

address

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (on letter) adresse [F], direction
  2. (= speech) discurso
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (+ letter) adressar
  2. (= speak to) abbordar

addressee destinatario
adept

  • ⟨adj.⟩ experte (at in)
  • ⟨n.⟩ adepto, experto

adequate adequate, sufficiente
adhere adherer (to a)
adherent adherente
adhesion adhesion
adhesive adhesive
adipose *adipose
adjacent adjacente (to a)
adjectival adjectival, adjective
adjective adjectivo
adjourn ajornar
adjournment ajornamento
adjudicate adjudicar
adjudicated adjudicate
adjudication adjudication
adjudicator adjudicator
adjuration *adjuration
adjust

  • ⟨vi.⟩ adaptar se, accostumar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. adjustar
  2. (+ setting) regular
  3. (= adapt) adaptar (to a)

adjustable adjustabile, regulabile
adjustment adjustamento
ad lib

  • ⟨modif.⟩ ad lib
  • ⟨v.⟩ improvisar

administer administrar, gerer
administration administration, gestion
administrative administrative
administrator administrator
admirable admirabile
admiral admiral
admiralty admiralitate
admiration admiration
admire admirar
admirer *admirator
admissible admissibile
admission

  1. (= entrance; concession) admission
  2. (= acknowledgement) confession

admit

  1. (= allow in; concede) admitter
  2. (= acknowledge) confessar

admittance admission
ado agitation, activitate — without further ado sin plus de demora
adolescence adolescentia
adolescent ⟨adj. & n.⟩ adolescente
adopt adoptar
adoption adoption
adoptive *adoptive
adorable adorabile
adore adorar
adorer adorator, f. adoratrice
adorn adornar, ornar
Adriatic adriatic
the Adriatic Sea le Mar Adriatic, le Adriatico
adrift flottante al deriva
adroit adepte, experte, habile
adulate *adular
adult

  • ⟨adj.⟩ adulte
  • ⟨n.⟩ adulto

adulterate adulterar
adulteration adulteration
adulterer adultero
adulteress adultera
adulterine adulterin
adulterous adulterose
adultery adulterio
advance

  • ⟨n.⟩ avantiamento, progresso — in advance (= beforehand, upfront) anticipatemente
  • ⟨v.⟩
  1. (= go forward) avantiar, progreder
  2. (+ money) anticipar

advancement avantiamento
advantage avantage
advantageous avantagiose
advent advento, advenimento
adventure

  • ⟨n.⟩ aventura
  • ⟨vi.⟩ aventurar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ aventurar

adventurer aventurero
adventurous aventurose
adverb adverbio
adverbial ⟨adj. & n.⟩ *adverbial
adversary

  • ⟨adj.⟩ adverse
  • ⟨n.⟩ *adversario

adverse disfavorabile, adverse
adversity adversitate
advertise annunciar
advertisement annuncio, reclamo
advertising publicitate
advice aviso, consilio
advisable consiliabile, judiciose
advise avisar, consiliar (a un persona de facer un cosa)
advisedill-advised mal avisate, incaute · well-advised judiciose, sage
advocate

  • ⟨n.⟩ advocato
  • ⟨vt.⟩ favorar, recommendar

Aegean egee
the Aegean Sea le Mar Egee
aerate aerar
aerial

  • ⟨adj.⟩ aeree
  • ⟨n.⟩ antenna

aerodrome aerodromo
aerosol

  1. (= mist) *aerosol
  2. (= spray-canister) *atomisator

aerospace

  • ⟨modif.⟩ aerospatial
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= atmosphere and outer space) *aerospatio
  2. (= airplane industry) industrial aerospatial

afar longe — from afar de longe, a un distantia
affability affabilitate
affable affabile
affair affaire [F] /afɛr/
affect

  1. (= have an effect on) afficer, impressionar
  2. (= pretend) affectar
  3. (= concern) concernar

affectation affectation, preciositate
affected affectate
affection affecto
affectionate affectionate
affiliate

  • ⟨vi.⟩ affiliar se (to a)
  • ⟨vt.⟩ affiliar

affiliation affiliation
affinity affinitate
afire in flammas — to be afire with (= excitement) arder de · to set afire accender, incender
affirm affirmar
affirmation affirmation
affirmative affirmative — to reply in the affirmative responder affirmativemente (or positivemente)
affix

  • ⟨n.⟩ affixo
  • ⟨vt.⟩ affixar

afflict affliger
affliction affliction
affluence affluentia
affluent affluente
afford (= give) dar — One cannot afford something. On non pote se pagar un cosa. (= take the liberty of) On non pote prender le libertate de (facer un cosa).
affray *rixa
affront

  • ⟨n.⟩ affronto
  • ⟨vt.⟩ affrontar

affusion affusion
Afghan

  • ⟨adj.⟩ afghan
  • ⟨n.⟩ afghano

Afghanistan Afghanistan
afield

  1. (= away from home) longe del casa
  2. (= off topic) foras de thema

afire in flammas, illuminate — to set afire accender, incender
afloat flottante, in barca
aflutter nervosemente excitate
afoot

  1. (= on foot) pede
  2. (fig.) in movimento, in marcha — sth is afoot un cosa se trama

aforementioned mentionate previemente
aforesaid precitate, citate previemente
afraid apprehensive, pavorose, *terrorisate — to be afraid of timer, haber timor (or pavor) de
afresh de nove
Africa Africa — North Africa Africa del nord, Africa septentrional
African african — North African nordafrican
after

  • ⟨adv.⟩ postea
  • ⟨conj.⟩ post que, postquam
  • ⟨prep.⟩ post, pois

afterbirth placenta (e membranas fetal)
afterburner becco de *post-ignition
aftercare *cura de convalescentia
aftereffect repercussion, consequentia
afterglow *brillantia restante
afterimage *photogeno, *imagine restante
afterlife vita post le morte
afternoon postmeridie
afterthought reflexion posterior
afterwards postea, depost, post, depois, pois
again de nove, de novo — again and again repetitemente · once again ancora un vice, altere vice
against contra
agape (= love) *agape, amor christian
agar agar, gellatina de alga
agaric BOT. agaric, agarico
agave agave
age

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= years) etate
  2. (= oldness) vetulessa, vetustate — old age vetulessa, senectute · to die of old age morir de vetulessa
  3. (= period) *era, epocha
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= grow old) inveterar
  2. (= grow older) facer se vetule

aged vetule, vetere
agency

  1. (= organization) agentia — estate agency agentia immobiliari · news agency agentia de pressa · travel agency agentia de viages
  2. (= action) action, intervention — through the agency of per le action de, per medio de

agenda

  1. (= program) ordine del die
  2. (= diary) *agenda
  3. (= motive) plan secrete, intentiones occulte

agent agente — secret agent agente secrete
agglomerate (= gather into a mass) *agglomerar
aggrandize *aggrandir, *aggrandisar, augmentar
aggravate

  1. (= irritate) exasperar
  2. (= worsen) aggravar

aggravating

  1. (= annoying) exasperante
  2. (= making things worse) aggravante

aggravation

  1. (= annoyance) exasperation
  2. (= worsening) aggravation

aggregate

  • ⟨adj.⟩ collective, total
  • ⟨n.⟩ aggregato, total
  • ⟨vi.⟩ aggregar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ aggregar

aggression aggression
aggressive aggressive
aggressor aggressor
aggrieve affliger
aghast horrificate
agile agile
agility agilitate
agitate agitar
agitation agitation
agitator agitator, attisator
agnate (= on father's side) *de parte del patre, *agnate
agnostic

  • ⟨adj.⟩ agnostic
  • ⟨n.⟩ agnostico

agnosticism *agnosticismo
agoa year / an eternity ago ante un anno/eternitate, un anno/eternitate retro · long ago ante multe tempore, pridem
agog excitate
agonize agonisar
agonizing

  1. (+ pain) atroce
  2. (+ person) *agonisante

agony agonia, angustia
agoraphobia *agoraphobia
agoraphobic *agoraphobic
agree

  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= concur) esser de accordo (with con)
  2. (= consent) consentir (to a)
  • ⟨vt.⟩ GRAM. concordar

agreeable agradabile
agreement

  1. (= concurrence) accordo — to come to an agreement poner se de accordo
  2. (= pact) convention
  3. GRAM. *concordantia

agricultural agricole
agriculture agricultura
aground arenate — to run aground arenar se
ah ah, ha, *ei, *eia, *heia
aha *aha, *heia
ahead ante, avante — straight ahead directe ante se
ahem *ehem
aid

  • ⟨n.⟩ adjuta, auxilio, succurso, subvention — first aid prime succurso · hearing aid apparato de correction auditive, apparato acustic
  • ⟨vt.⟩ adjutar, adjuvar, auxiliar, succurrer, subvenir

ail doler, penar
aileron *aleron
ailment maladia, morbo
aim

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= act of or skill at aiming) mira
  2. (= goal) objectivo, proposito, intention, fin
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (at sth) mirar a, visar ⟨vt.⟩
  2. (to do sth) intender de, aspirar a
  • ⟨vt.⟩ (+ weapon) diriger, punctar

aimless sin objectivo, sin direction
air

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= gas; appearance; affected behavior) aere, aer — in the open air al aere libere · to get some fresh air prender un pauc le aere · to give o.s. airs dar se aeres · (up) in the air in le aere
  2. (= nothingness) vacuo, nihil — out of thin air como per incantamento · to vanish into thin air volatilisar se
  • ⟨vi.⟩ (= be broadcast) esser emittite, esser transmittite
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= ventilate) aerar, ventilar
  2. (= express) exprimer publicamente
  3. (= broadcast) emitter, transmitter

air-conditioner climatisator
air-conditioning climatisation
airborne

  1. (+ plane) in volo
  2. (+ virus) aeree, transmittite per aere

airbrush aerographo
aircraft aeronave(s), avion(es)
aircraft-carrier portaaviones
airfield aerodromo, campo de aviation
air force armea aeree, *fortia aeree
airing ventilation, aeration
airline linea aeree
airmail posta aeree — by airmail via aeree, per avion
airman aviator, aeronauta
airplane aeroplano, avion — by airplane per aeroplano, per avion, per via aeree
airport aeroporto
airship aeroplane, avion, nave aeree
airsickness mal de aviatores
airspace aerospatio
airtight hermetic, impermeabile al aere
aisle (= between seats) passage
ajar semiaperte
alacrity (= quickness) *alacritate
alarm

  • ⟨n.⟩ alarma, alerta, allerta — burglar alarm alarma antifurto, campana antifurto · fire alarm alarma de incendio
  • ⟨vt.⟩ alarmar, alertar

alarming alarmante
alas guai
Alaska (le stato de) Alaska
Alaskan *alaskan
Alauda ZOOL. Alauda
Alaudidae (pl.) alaudides
Albania *Albania
Albanian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ albanian
  • ⟨n.⟩ albaniano

albeit ben que
Alberta GEO. Alberta
album album
albumen (= egg-white) albumine
albumin (= complex protein) albumina
alburnum (= sapwood) alburno
alcohol alcohol
alcoholic

  • ⟨adj.⟩ alcoholic
  • ⟨n.⟩ alcoholico

alcoholism alcoholismo
alcove alcova
alder alno
alderman *legislator urban
ale bira — brown ale bira obscur · pale ale bira clar
aleatory aleatori
alembic alambic
alert

  • ⟨adj.⟩ alerte, allerte, vigilante
  • ⟨n.⟩ alerta, allerta
  • ⟨vt.⟩ alertar, allertar

alertness vigilantia
Aleutian aleutian
Alexandrian *alexandrine, hellenistic
alga alga
algae algas
algebra algebra
algebraic algebraic
Algeria Algeria
Algerian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ algerian
  • ⟨n.⟩ algeriano

algol lingua de programmation algol
Algonquian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ algonquian
  • ⟨n.⟩ algonquiano

algorithm algorithmo
algorithmic algorithmic
alias

  • ⟨adv.⟩ alias
  • ⟨n.⟩ pseudonymo

alibi alibi
alien

  • ⟨modif.⟩
  1. (= foreign) estranie
  2. (= extraterrestrial) alien
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= foreigner) estraniero
  2. (= extraterrestrial) alien

alienate alienar, estraniar
alienation alienation
alight

  • ⟨adj.⟩ in flammas, illuminate — to set alight accender, incender
  • ⟨vi.⟩ (= come down, exit) descender (from de)

align alinear
alignment alineamento
alike

  • ⟨adj.⟩ simile, similar
  • ⟨adv.⟩ equalmente, del mesme maniera

alimental (= nourishing) *alimental
alimony alimentos
alive vive, vivente — alive and well san e salve · to be alive viver, spirar · to make alive vivificar, animar, reanimar
alkali alcali
all

  • ⟨adj.⟩ omne, tote, (+ dem./poss.) tote — all his friends tote su amicos · all this tote isto
  • ⟨adv.⟩
  1. (= completely) toto — all alone toto sol
  2. (+ score; = apiece) cata uno
  • ⟨pron.⟩
  1. (= everybody) tote le mundo
  2. (= all of us/you/them) omnes, totes
  3. (= everything) toto — above all super toto · after all post toto · at all del toto · not at all nullemente, non del toto
  4. (+ pron. rel.) toto que — all I see toto que io vide

allay sedar
allegation allegation
allege

  1. (= affirm) allegar
  2. (= use as an excuse) pretextar

alleged pretense
allegiance deber de fidelitate
allegory allegoria
allergic allergic
allergy allergia
alleviate alleviar
alleviation alleviation
alley allee, vico — blind alley strata sin sortita
alliance alliantia
allied alliate
alligator alligator
allocate assignar, distribuer
allocation allocation
allocator assignator, allocator
allot assignar, attribuer, distribuer
allotment

  1. (= apportioning) distribution, repartition
  2. (= land) parcella de terreno

allow permitter — Allow me. Permitte me.
allow for (= consider) tener conto de
allowable admissibile
allowance alimentos
alloy

  • ⟨n.⟩ alligato
  • ⟨vt.⟩ alligar

allspice specie, condimento (de *myrto)
all-star *omnistella
allude alluder (to a)
allure attraher
alluring attractive
allusion allusion
ally

  • ⟨n.⟩ alliato — the Allies le Alliatos
  • ⟨vi.⟩ alliar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ alliar

alma mater *alma matre
almanac almanac
almighty omnipotente
almond amandola
almoner almosnero
almost quasi
alms almosna, caritate, eleemosyna — to give alms facer le caritate
aloe aloe
aloft in alto, in le aere
alone sol, singule
along

  • ⟨adv.⟩
  1. (= onward) in avante
  2. (= as company) con me/te/ille etc.
  3. to be along (= arrive) arrivar, venir
  4. along with (= together with) e alsi, con
  • ⟨prep.⟩ (= over the length of, down) *al longe de, secundo, preter

alongside

  • ⟨adv.⟩ al latere
  • ⟨prep.⟩ al latere de, al longe de

aloof multo distante
alopecia alopecia, calvitia
aloud in alte voce
alphabet alphabeto
alphabetical alphabetic
alphabetically *alphabeticamente
alphanumerical *alphanumeric
alpine alpin, alpestre
the Alps le Alpes
already jam
alright

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= safe, not hurt)Are you alright? Va toto ben?
  2. (= acceptable) acceptabile, passabile, mediocre
  3. (= good, reliable) bon, fidibile
  • ⟨adv.⟩
  1. (= yes, very well) ben, OK, de accordo
  2. (interrog.) de accordo? OK?
  3. (= satisfactorily) assatis ben, non mal

Alsace Alsatia
Alsatian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ alsatian
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= person) alsatiano
  2. (= dog) can pastoral german

also

  1. (= as well) etiam, *tamben, *alsi, *anque
  2. (= moreover) de plus

altar altar
alter

  • ⟨vi.⟩ alterar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ alterar

alteration alteration
altercation (= heated argument) *altercation
alternate

  • ⟨adj.⟩ alterne, alternate
  • ⟨v.⟩ alternar

alternative

  • ⟨adj.⟩ alternative
  • ⟨n.⟩ alternativa

alternator alternator
althea althea
although ben que
altimeter altimetro
altitude altitude
alto alto
altogether integremente
altruism *altruismo
altruistic *altruista
alum alume
aluminum aluminium
alum mine alumiera
alumna (= female alumnus) alumna
alumni alumnos
alumnus alumno
always semper, sempre
amalgamate

  • ⟨vi.⟩ amalgamar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ amalgamar

amalgamation amalgamation
amanuensis amanuense, *secretari
amass amassar
amateur

  • ⟨modif.⟩ amateur, dilettantesc
  • ⟨n.⟩ amateur, dilettante

amateurish dilettantesc
amaze stupefacer
amazed stupefacte
amazement stupefaction
amazing stupende
ambassador ambassator
amber

  • ⟨modif.⟩ jalne ambra
  • ⟨n.⟩ ambra (jalne)

ambergris ambergris
ambiance

  1. (= environment) ambiente
  2. (fig.) atmosphera

ambidextrous *ambidextre
ambient ambiente
ambiguity ambiguitate
ambiguous ambigue, equivoc
ambition

  1. (= aspiration) ambition
  2. (= unscrupulousness) arrivismo

ambitious ambitiose
ambivalence ambivalentia
ambivalent ambivalente
amble

  • ⟨n.⟩ (= horse) *amblo
  • ⟨vi.⟩ ir al *amblo, *amblar

Amboina amboina
Amboinese amboinese
ambrosia ambrosia
ambulance ambulantia
ambulant ambulante
ambulatory (= walking-able) ambulatori, capace de ambular
ambush

  • ⟨n.⟩ imboscada, insidia
  • ⟨vt.⟩ insidiar

ameliorate meliorar, *ameliorar
amen amen
amenable

  1. (= tractable) tractabile, docile
  2. (= willing) disponite (to a)

amend emendar
amendment emendamento
amends reparation — to make amends for reparar le damno (facite a un persona)
amenity *amenitate
amentaceous amentacee
amentiferous amentifere
amentum BOT. amento
amerce HIST. punir con multa, punir arbitrarimente
amercement punition con multa
America

  1. (continent) America — North/South America America del nord/sud · Central America America central · Latin America America latin
  2. (= USA) Statos Unite

American (= of America)

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= of the American continent) american — North/South American nordamerican/sudamerican · Central American centralamerican · Latin American latinamerican
  2. (= from the USA) *statounitese
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= of the American continent) americano
  2. (= from the USA) *statounitese

American Samoa *Samoa american
americium *americium, *americio
amethyst amethysto
amiable amabile
amicable amicabile
amid, amidst in medio de, inter
amide amido
amiss mal — to take amiss prender in mal parte · A drink wouldn't go amiss. Un bibita non facerea mal.
ammonia

  1. (= gas) ammoniaco
  2. (= solution in water) aqua ammoniac

ammunition munition
amnesia amnesia
amnesty amnestia
amok, amuckto run amok *esser foras de controlo
among, amongst inter
amoral amoral
amorous amorose
amount

  • ⟨n.⟩ amonta, quantitate
  • ⟨vi.⟩ (to sth) amontar a

ampere ampere
amphetamine amphetamina
amphibian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ amphibie
  • ⟨n.⟩ amphibio

amphibious amphibie
ample ample
amplification amplification
amplifier amplificator
amplify amplificar
amplifying ampliative
amputate amputar
amputation amputation
amuse amusar, diverter
amusement amusamento, divertimento
amusing amusante, divertente
ana
Anabaptism anabaptismo
Anabaptist anabaptista
anabaptize anabaptisar
Anacardiaceae anacardiaceas
anacardiaceous anacardiacee
anacardium anacardio
anachronism anachronismo
anachronistic anachronistic
anaconda anaconda
anagram anagramma
anal *anal
analog

  • ⟨adj.⟩ *analogic
  • ⟨n.⟩ analogo

analogous analoge
analogy analogia
analysis analyse
analyst analysta, analysator
analyze analysar
anarchist anarchista
anarcho-syndicalism anarchosyndicalismo /-ko-/
anarcho-syndicalist anarchosyndicalista /-ko/
anarchy anarchia
anatomical anatomic
anatomically *anatomicamente
anatomize anatomisar
anatomy anatomia
ancestor ancestre, *antecessor
ancestral ancestral, *antecessori
ancestry *ancestria, *antecedentia
anchylosis, ankylosis ankylosis
anchor

  • ⟨n.⟩ ancora, *anchore — to cast anchor jectar le ancora · to weigh anchor disancorar, *disanchorar, levar le ancora
  • ⟨vi.⟩ ancorar se, *anchorar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ ancorar, *anchorar

anchorite anachoreta
anchovy *anchoa
ancient ancian, antique
ancillary

  • ⟨adj.⟩ *ancillar
  • ⟨n.⟩ adjutor

and e
Andalusia *Andalusia
Andalusian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ *andalusian
  • ⟨n.⟩ *andalusiano

Andean andin
the Andes le Andes
Andorra Andorra
Andorran

  • ⟨adj.⟩ andorran
  • ⟨n.⟩ andorrano

anecdotal *anecdotic
anecdote anecdota
anemia anemia
anemic anemic
anemone anemone — sea anemone anemone de mar, actinia
aneroid aneroide
anesthetic

  • ⟨adj.⟩ anesthetic
  • ⟨n.⟩ anesthetico

anesthetize anesthesiar
anesthetist anesthesista
aneurysm aneurysma — brain aneurysm aneurysma cerebral · ruptured aneurysm ruptura de aneurysma
angel angelo — guardian angel angelo guardiano
angelic angelic
anger

  • ⟨n.⟩ cholera, ira
  • ⟨v.⟩ incholerisar

angle1

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. MATH angulo — interior angle angulo interior · obtuse angle angulo obtuse · right angle angulo recte
  2. (fig.) puncto de vista, perspectiva
  • ⟨vi.⟩ formar un angulo
  • ⟨vt.⟩ orientar

angle2

  1. (= to fish) piscar (con linea)
  2. (fig.; = try to get) tentar de obtenir

Angle

  • ⟨adj.⟩ *angle
  • ⟨n.⟩ *anglo

angler piscator (con linea)
anglican

  • ⟨adj.⟩ anglican
  • ⟨n.⟩ anglicano

angling pisca (con linea)
Angola Angola
Angolan

  • ⟨adj.⟩ angolan
  • ⟨n.⟩ angolano

angry irate, in cholera — to get angry irascer
Anguilla *Anguilla
anguish agonia, angustia, tormento
angular angular
animal ⟨adj. & n.⟩ animal
animate

  • ⟨adj.⟩ animate
  • ⟨v.⟩ animar

animated (= lively) animate
animation animation, verve
animosity animositate
anisette anisette
ankle cavilia
annam annam
annamite annamita
annex

  • ⟨n.⟩ annexo
  • ⟨vt.⟩ annectar, annexar

annexation annexion
annihilate annihilar
annihilation annihilation
anniversary anniversario
annointing unction
annotate annotar
announce annunciar
announcement annuncio, annunciation
announcer annunciator
annoy enoiar, irritar, vexar
annoying moleste, irritante
annual

  • ⟨adj.⟩ annual, annue
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= yearbook) annuario
  2. BOT. planta annual

annually *annualmente
annuity annuitate
annul

  1. invalidar, annullar
  2. (+ marriage) dissolver

annulment annullation, dissolution
anodyne

  • ⟨adj.⟩ anodin
  • ⟨n.⟩ anodino

anoint unguer, linir
anomalous anomale
anomaly anomalia
anonymity anonymitate
anonymous anonyme
anorak anorak
another

  1. (= a different) un altere
  2. (of the same) ancora un — one another le un le altere

answer

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= reply) responsa, replica
  2. (= solution) solution
  • ⟨v.⟩
  1. responder, replicar (to a)
  2. (for sb/sth) responder pro (un persona), de (un cosa)

answerable responsabile (for sth de/per; to sb ante un persona)
ant formica
antagonism antagonismo
antagonist antagonista
antagonistic antagonistic
antagonize evocar le hostilitate de
Antarctic antarctic
the Antarctic Ocean le Oceano Antarctic, le Antarctico
Antarctica Antarctica
antelope antilope
antenatal prenatal
antenna antenna — satellite antenna antenna parabolic
antenuptial → prenuptial
anteroom, antechamber antecamera — to wait in the anteroom facer antecamera
anthem *antiphona, hymno — national anthem hymno national
anther BOT. anthera
anthology anthologia
anthracene anthracen
anthracite anthracite
anthrax anthrace
anthropology anthropologia
antiaircraft antiaeree
antibiotic

  • ⟨adj.⟩ antibiotic
  • ⟨n.⟩ antibiotico

antibody anticorpore
anti-Catholic

  • ⟨adj.⟩ anticatholic
  • ⟨n.⟩ anticatholico

the Antichrist le Antichristo
anticipate

  1. (= do in advance) anticipar
  2. (= expect) expectar
  3. (= foresee) previder
  4. (= forestall) prevenir

anticipation

  1. (= doing in advance) anticipation
  2. (= expectation) expectation
  3. (= foresight) prevision
  4. (= forestalling) prevention

anticlimactic disappunctante, frustrante
anticlimax anticlimax
anticlockwise in senso *antihorologic
antics buffonerias
anticyclone anticyclon
antidepressant

  • ⟨adj.⟩ antidepressive
  • ⟨n.⟩ antidepressivo

antidote antidoto, contraveneno
antifebrile antefebril
antifreeze anticongelante
Antigua *Antigua
Antilles Antillas
antinomic antinomic
antinomy antinomia
antipodal (fig.) al *antipodes (to de)
antipollution *antipollution, contra le pollution
antipope *antipapa
antiproton antiproton
antipyretic antipyretic
antiquarianism passion pro le antiquitates
antiquary antiquario
antiquated antiquate, vetuste
antique

  • ⟨adj.⟩ antique
  • ⟨n.⟩ antiquitate

antiquity le antiquitate
antiracist *antiracista
antirrhinum BOT. antirrhino
anti-Semite antisemita
anti-Semitic antisemitic
anti-Semitism antisemitismo
antiseptic

  • ⟨adj.⟩ antiseptic
  • ⟨n.⟩ antiseptico

antisocial antisocial
antithesis antithese
antithetic antithetic
antler corno de cervo
antrum ANAT. antro
anus ano
anvil incude
anxiety anxietate
anxious anxie, anxiose
any

  1. (= some) alicun, alcun
  2. (emphatic) qualcunque, ulle

anyhow

  1. (= no matter how; haphazardly) de qualcunque modo
  2. (= all the same) de tote maniera, de omne modo, malgrado toto
  3. (making previous statement less serious or relevant; = in any case, at least) in omne caso, de tote maniera, de omne modo, al minus

anyone, anybody

  1. (= someone) alicuno, alicun persona
  2. (= everyone) tote le mundo

anything

  1. (= something) alique, alicun cosa, aliquid
  2. (= everything) toto, omne cosa — if anything (ben) al contrario

anyway

  1. (as in "you wouldn't know how to use it anyway") in omne caso, de tote maniera, de omne modo
  2. (adding information to previous statement) in omne caso, al minus
  3. (= all the same) de tote maniera, de omne modo, malgrado toto
  4. (resuming previous topic) in omne caso, como io diceva
  5. (changing topic, ending conversation) ben

anywhere alicubi, ubique, usquam, in qualcunque loco
aorta aorta
Apache *apache
apart a parte — to come apart divider se
apartheid apartheid, separation racial
apartment

  1. (= flat) appartamento
  2. (= room) camera

apathetic apathic
apathy apathia
ape

  • ⟨n.⟩ grande simia
  • ⟨vt.⟩ (= mimic) simiar

aperitif aperitivo
aperture apertura
apex apice
aphasia aphasia
aphasic aphasic
aphelion aphelion
aphid aphide
aphorism aphorismo, maximo
aphoristic aphoristic
aphrodisiac aphrodisiac
apiarist apiarista
apiary apiario
apiece cata uno
aplomb aplomb, completemente composte, completemente componite
apocalypse *apocalypse — Apocalypse of John le Apocalypse de Sancte Johannes
apocalyptic apocalyptic
apologetic excusatori
apologize facer su excusas, excusar se
apology excusa
a posteriori aposteriori
apostle apostolo
apostrophe apostropho
apothecary pharmacista — apothecary's pharmacia
appall consternar, horrificar
appalling horrific, terribile
appanage, apanage apanage
apparatus apparato
apparent apparente
appeal

  • ⟨n.⟩ appello
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (to sb for help) appellar ⟨vt.⟩, recurrir a, sollicitar ⟨vt.⟩
  2. (= be attractive) placer a, attraher ⟨vt.⟩
  • ⟨vt.⟩ appellar

appealing attractive
appear

  1. apparer, parer
  2. (in court) comparer
  3. (= seem) parer, semblar (to do facer), haber le aere (to do de facer)

appearance

  1. (= coming into sight) apparition — to make an appearance facer un apparation, apparer
  2. (= aspect) apparentia
  3. RELIG. apparentia, *parousia

appease appaciar, placar
appendicitis appendicite
appendix appendice
apperception apperception
appetible appetibile
appetite appetito
appetizing appetitive; appetitose
applaud applauder, plauder
applause applauso
apple pomo — Adam's apple pomo de adam · apple tree pomiero
appliance apparato
applicable applicabile
applicant candidato, sollicitator
application

  1. (= putting on, putting to use, effort) application
  2. (for a position) sollicitation

apply

  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (to sb/sth) esser applicabile a, referer se a
  2. (for a position) sollicitar
  • ⟨vt.⟩ applicar

appoint

  1. (= prescribe) fixar, prescriber
  2. (to a position) appunctar, nominar

appointment

  1. (= meeting) appunctamento
  2. (to a position) nomination

appraise appreciar, valutar
appreciable appreciabile
appreciate

  • ⟨vi.⟩ (= rise in value) crescer in valor
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= value) appreciar, valutar
  2. (= understand) apprehender, notar

appreciation appreciation
appreciative grate, laudative
apprehend apprehender
apprehension apprehension
apprehensive apprehensive
apprentice

  • ⟨n.⟩ apprentisse
  • ⟨vt.⟩ mitter in apprentissage

apprenticeship apprentissage
approach

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= nearing) approche
  2. (= access) accesso
  3. (to a problem) accostamento
  • ⟨vi.⟩ approchar (se) a, approximar (se) a
  • ⟨vt.⟩ approchar, approximar

approachable approchabile, abbordabile
appropriate

  • ⟨adj.⟩ appropriate, applicabile
  • ⟨vt.⟩ appropriar se

approval approbation, sanction — on approval pro acceptation o retorno
approve approbar, sanctionar
approximate

  • ⟨adj.⟩ approximative
  • ⟨vt.⟩ (= estimate) approximar (le valor de)

approximately circa, approximativemente
approximation approximation
apricot albricoc, armeniaca
April april
a priori apriori
apron avantal
apse abside
apt apte
aptitude aptitude, disposition
Apulia Apulia
apyretic apyretic
apyrexy apyrexia
aquaplane aquaplano
aquarium aquario
Aquarius Aquario
aquatic aquatic
aquatint aquatint
aquavit *aquavite
aqua vitae *aqua vitae
aqueduct aqueducto
aquifer *aquifero
Arab arabe
arabesque *arabesc, *arabesco
Arabia Arabia
Arabic

  • ⟨adj.⟩ arabe, arabic
  • ⟨n.⟩ arabe, le lingua arabe

arable arabile
arachnid *arachnide
Aragon Aragon
Aragonese ⟨adj. & n.⟩ aragonese
Aramaic *aramean, *aramaic
Arapaho *arapaho
arbiter arbitro
arbitrary arbitrari
arbitrate arbitrar
arbitration arbitro
arbitrator arbitrator
arbor *herbiero
arboreal arboreal
arboretum aboreto
arbor vitae *arborvite
arc arco
arcade arcada, passage
arcane *arcane, esoteric, occulte, mysteriose
arch

  • ⟨n.⟩ arco
  • ⟨vt.⟩ arcar

archaeological archeologic
archaeologically *archeologicamente
archaeologist archeologo
archaeology archeologia
archaic archaic
archangel archangelo
archbishop archiepiscopo
archer archero, sagittario
archery archeria
archimandrite archimandrita
archipelago archipelago
architect architecto
architectural architectural
architecturally *architecturalmente
architecture architectura
archive archivo
archway arcada
Arctic arctic
the Arctic Ocean le Oceano Arctic, le Arctico
the Ardennes le Ardennes
ardent ardente
ardor ardor, zelo
arduous ardue
arduousness arduitate
area

  1. (= surface) area — penalty area area de penalitate
  2. (= zone) zona
  3. (= region) region

aren't MILIT. no es, non esse
arena arena
Argentina Argentina
argentine (= silvery) argentin
Argentinian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ argentin
  • ⟨n.⟩ argentino

arguable discutibile
arguably *concipibilemente, on pote arguer que...
argue arguer, argumentar
argument

  1. (= dispute) disputa, altercation
  2. (= reason) argumento

argumentative argumentative
arid aride
Aries Ariete
aright correctemente, bien — to set aright rectificar
arise

  1. (= originate) nascer, provenir de
  2. (= rise) altiar se, surger

aristocracy aristocratia
aristocrat aristocrate
aristocratic aristocratic
arithmetic arithmetica
ark arca — Noah's Ark le Arca de Noe
arm1 ANAT. bracio — arm in arm con bracios juncte · access arm bracio de accesso arm2

  • ⟨n.⟩ (= weapon) arma — in arms armate · under arms preste al combatto, armate
  • ⟨vi.⟩ armar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ armar

armada armada
Armageddon Harmagedon
armament armamento
armamentary *armamental
armchair

  • ⟨modif.⟩ (fig.) de salon
  • ⟨n.⟩ chaise de bracios, confortabile

armed armate
Armenia Armenia
Armenian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ armenie
  • ⟨n.⟩ armenio

armful braciata
armhole apertura del manica
armor

  • ⟨n.⟩ armatura, cuirasse
  • ⟨v.⟩ *blindar

armored (+ vehicle) *blindate
armorer fabricante de armas
armor-piercing perforante
armor-plated *blindate, cuirassate
armory

  1. (= arms) *armeria, arsenal
  2. (= arms factory) fabrica de armas

army armea — territorial army militia territorial, reservistas
aroma aroma, aromate
aromatic aromatic
around circa, *circum
arouse

  1. (= stir) excitar
  2. (from sleep) eveliar

arquebusharquebus
arrange

  1. (= dispose) arrangiar, disponer
  2. (= plan, schedule) planificar, organisar
  3. MUS. adaptar

arrangement

  1. (= disposition) arrangiamento, disposition — to make arrangements facer le preparativos
  2. MUS. adaptation

array

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= variety) varietate, collection, serie
  2. MILIT. (= line-up) formation — in battle array in formation de battalia
  3. MATH., INFORM. *matrice
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= display) disponer, arrangiar
  2. MILIT. formar
  3. (= dress) vestir — arrayed in vestite de

arrears arretrate — to be in arrears arretrar se
arrest

  • ⟨n.⟩ arresto, arrestation — under arrest in stato de arresto
  • ⟨vt.⟩ arrestar

arrival arrivata, advenimento
arrive arrivar
arrogance arrogantia
arrogant arrogante
arrow flecha, sagitta
arsenic arsenico
arson incendiarismo
art arte — work of art obra de arte · fine arts belle artes
Artemis *Artemis
arterial arterial
artery arteria
artesian artesian
artful artificiose
arthritic arthritic
arthritis arthritis
artichoke artichoc
article articulo
articulate

  • ⟨adj.⟩ eloquente
  • ⟨v.⟩ articular

articulation articulation
artificial artificial
artificially *artificialmente
artillery artilleria
artilleryman artillero
artist artista
artiste artista, actor, cantator
artistic artistic
Aruba *Aruba
as

  • ⟨adv.⟩ como — white as snow si/tanto blanc como le nive
  • ⟨conj.⟩ (= since) pois que, perque — as it were pro si dicer

asbestos asbesto
ascend ascender
ascension ascension
ascent ascension, montata
ascertain assecurar se, constatar
ascribe ascriber
ashtray cineriera, cineriero
ash1 (= cinders) cinere — to reduce to ashes reducer in cinere
ash2 BOT. fraxino
ashamed confuse — to be ashamed of haber vergonia de
ashore super le terra — to go ashore disbarcar
Asia Asia — Asia Minor *Asia Minor · East Asia Asia oriental · Southern Asia, South Asia Asia meridional
Asian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ asiatic
  • ⟨n.⟩ asiatico

aside

  • ⟨adv.⟩
  1. (= to the side) al latere
  2. (= apart) a parte — joking aside burlas a parte · aside from ultra, a parte de, in plus de · aside from the fact that ultra que
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. THEAT. aparte
  2. (= digression) digression

ask

  1. (= request) demandar, peter, rogar, requestar (sb for sth un cosa a persona)
  2. to ask sb a question facer un question a un persona
  3. (sb about sth) facer un question a un persona super
  4. (sb to do sth) demandar a un persona de facer un cosa
  5. (= invite) invitar (sb to dinner un persona a cenar)

askance de transverso — to look askance at sb reguardar un persona de transverso
askew

  • ⟨adj.⟩ oblique
  • ⟨adv.⟩ de transverso

asleep addormite — to fall asleep addormir se
asp aspide
asparagus asparago
aspect aspecto
asphalt

  • ⟨n.⟩ asphalto
  • ⟨v.⟩ asphaltar

asphyxia asphyxia
asphyxiate

  • ⟨vi.⟩ asphyxiar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ asphyxiar

aspiration aspiration
aspire aspirar (to a)
aspirin aspirina
aspiring ambitiose
ass

  1. (= donkey) asino
  2. (= buttocks) culo

assailant assalitator, assaltator
assassin assassino, assassinator
assassinate assassinar
assassination assassination
assault

  • ⟨n.⟩ assalto, attacco
  • ⟨v.⟩ assaltar

assemblage assemblage
assemble

  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= gather) assemblar
  2. (+ machine) adjustar, montar
  • ⟨vi.⟩ assemblar se

assembler *assemblator
assembly assemblea
assent

  • ⟨n.⟩ assentimento, sanction
  • ⟨vt.⟩ acceder a, assentir a

assert

  1. affirmar, asserer
  2. (+ o.s.) affirmar se, imponer se

assertion assertion
assertive assertive
assess

  1. (= evaluate) evalutar
  2. (= set a quota for) quotisar
  3. (= tax) taxar

assessment

  1. (= evaluation) evalutation
  2. (= contribution) quotisation
  3. (= tax) taxation

asset

  1. (= property) possession
  2. (= advantage) avantage, bon qualitate
  3. (pl.) ECON. activo — liquid assets activo liquide

asshole (swearword) ano
assign assignar
assignment assignation
assimilate

  • ⟨vi.⟩ assimilar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ assimilar

assist adjutar, assister
assistance adjuta, assistentia
assistant

  1. (= helper) assistente
  2. (in a shop) commisso

assizes assises, sessiones de un tribunal
associate

  • ⟨adj.⟩ associate
  • ⟨n.⟩ associato, socio
  • ⟨vi.⟩ associar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ associar

association association
assorted assortite, varie
assortment assortimento
assume

  1. (= suppose) supponer
  2. (= take on) assumer

assurance

  1. (= certainty) assecurantia
  2. (= self-confidence) disinvoltura

assure assecurar
Assyria *Assyria
Assyrian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ *assyrie
  • ⟨n.⟩ *assyrio

asterisk asterisco
asthma asthma
asthmatic

  • ⟨adj.⟩ asthmatic
  • ⟨n.⟩ asthmatico

astonish stupefacer, surprender
astonishment stupefaction — much to my astonishment a mi grande stupefaction
astound stupefacer
astray foras del strata — to go astray disviar se · to lead astray discamminar
astride

  • ⟨adv.⟩
  1. (= with legs apart) con le gambas a parte
  2. (= on horseback) a cavallo
  • ⟨prep.⟩ trans

astrologer astrologo
astrological astrologic
astrology astrologia
astronaut astronauta
astronautical astronautic
astronautics astronautica
astronomer astronomo
astronomical astronomic
astronomy astronomia
Asturia Asturias
Asturian asturian
astute astute, sagace
asunder separate, distante — to tear asunder lacerar, diveller
asylum asylo — lunatic asylum asylo pro alienatos
asymptote asymptote
asymptotic asymptotic
at a — at sb's (place) a presso de
atheism atheismo
atheist atheista
athematic athematic
Athena Athena
athenaeum atheneo
Athenian ⟨adj. & n.⟩ atheniese
Athens Athenas
athlete athleta
athletic athletic
athletics athletica
Atlantic atlantic
the Atlantic Ocean le Oceano Atlantic, le Atlantico
atlas atlas
atmosphere atmosphera
atmospheric atmospheric
atmospherics disturbationes atmospheric
atom atomo
atomic atomic
atone

  • ⟨vi.⟩ (for a sin, crime) expiar
  • ⟨vt.⟩ facer penintencia de/per

atonement expiation
atrium atrio
atrocious atroce
atrocity atrocitate
attach attaccar, *attachar
attachable attaccabile, *attachabile
attaché (= diplomat) attaché /ataʃe/ — military attaché attaché militar
attaché case valise pro documentos
attachment

  1. (= affection; fastening) attaccamento, attachamento
  2. (= adherence) adherentia
  3. (= accessory) accessorio

attack

  • ⟨n.⟩ attacco
  • ⟨v.⟩ attaccar

attacker aggressor
attain attinger
attainment attingimento
attempt

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= try) essayo, tentativa
  2. (criminal) attentato
  • ⟨vt.⟩ essayar, tentar, provar

attend

  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= pay attention to) prestar attention a
  2. (= take care of) attender a
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= be present at) assister a
  2. (= accompany) accompaniar
  3. MED. attender
  4. (+ school) frequentar

attendance

  1. (= presence) assistentia
  2. (= service) servicio

attendant attendente, custode
attention attention — to pay attention prestar attention
attentive attente, attentive
attic mansarda
attitude attitude
attorney procurator — attorney general procurator general
attract attraher
attraction attraction
attractive attractive, sympathic
attractiveness charme, attraction
attributable attributibile
attribute

  • ⟨n.⟩ attributo
  • ⟨vt.⟩ attribuer

au pair *au pair, servitrice *au pair
auburn castanie clar
auction

  • ⟨n.⟩ auction
  • ⟨v.⟩ auctionar

auctioneer auctionator
audacious audace
audacity audacia
audible audibile
audience

  1. (= interview) audientia
  2. (= listeners) auditorio, publico

audio ⟨modif. & n.⟩ *audio
audiobook *audiolibro
audioguide *audioguida, guida audio
audiological audiologic
audiologist audiologo
audiology audiologia
audiometer audiometro
audiometry audiometria
audiotape ⟨vt.⟩ registrar super audiocasetta
audiovisual audiovisual
audit

  • ⟨n.⟩ verification de contos
  • ⟨vt.⟩ verificar

audition

  • ⟨n.⟩ audition
  • ⟨vi.⟩ facer un audition (for pro)
  • ⟨vt.⟩ dar audition a

auditor revisor, verificator de contos
auditorium auditorio, aula
August (month) augusto
aunt amita
aura aura
auricular auricular
auroraaurora australis/borealis aurora austral/boreal
auscultate ascultar
auspices auspicios
austere auster
austerity austeritate
Australia Australia — South Australia Australia del sud, Australia meridional · Western Australia Australia del west, Australia occidental
Australian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ australian
  • ⟨n.⟩ australiano

Austria Austria — Lower/Upper Austria basse/alte Austria
Austria-Hungary Austria-Hungaria
Austrian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ austriac
  • ⟨n.⟩ austriaco

Austro-Hungarian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ austrohungare — the Austro-Hungarian Empire le Imperio Austrohungare
  • ⟨n.⟩ austrohungaro

autarchy, autarky autarchia
authentic authentic
authenticity authenticitate
author autor
authoritarian autoritari
authoritative

  1. (of document) autorisate
  2. (of manner) autoritari, autoritative

authority autoritate
authorization autorisation
authorize autorisar
autism autismo — person with autism *autista
autistic autistic
autobiographical autobiographic
autobiography autobiographia
autograph

  • ⟨n.⟩ autographo
  • ⟨vt.⟩ autographiar

automatic automatic
automation automation, automisation
automobile automobile
autonomous autonome
autopsy autopsia
autumn autumno
autumnal autumnal
auxiliary

  • ⟨adj.⟩ auxiliar
  • ⟨n.⟩ (= helper, assistant; helping verb) auxiliar

availability disponibilitate
available disponibile, utilisabile
avalanche avalanche
Avar

  • ⟨adj.⟩ *avare
  • ⟨n.⟩ *avaro

avarice avaritia
avenge vengiar, vindicar
avenger vengiator
avenue allee, avenue
average

  • ⟨modif.⟩ medie
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. MATH. media — on average in media
  2. (= marine insurance) avaria
  • ⟨vt.⟩ calcular (or render) le media de

aversion aversion
avert averter
aviary aviario
aviation aviation
aviator aviator
avid avide
avocet avocetta
avoid evitar (doing (de) facer)
avoidable evitabile
avoidance evitation — tax avoidance modos legal de reducer le contributiones fiscal
await attender
awake vigile
awaken

  • ⟨vi.⟩ eveliar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ eveliar

awakening evelia
award

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= prize) premio, precio
  2. (= reward) recompensa
  • ⟨vt.⟩ adjudicar, premiar

award-winning premiate
aware

  1. (of sth) conscie de
  2. (of a piece of news) al currente de

awareness conscientia
awash

  1. (= flooded) inundate
  2. (= filled with) plen de, reimplite de

away

  • ⟨adj.⟩ absente, non hic
  • ⟨adv.⟩ longe — eight meters away from the house a octo metros del domo · straight away immediatemente ·&nbspAway with you! Parti! Via!

awe pavor reverential
awe-inspiring imponente, tremende
awe-struck horrificate
aweigh distachate del fundo
awesome

  1. (= imposing) impressionante, imponente
  2. (= great, amazing) phantastic, splendide, bonissime, super

awful terribile
awfully terribilemente, extrememente
awhirl girante — (fig.) His mind was awhirl with images. Su mente torneava con imagines.
awkward

  1. (= clumsy) inhabile
  2. (= ticklish, difficult to deal with) difficile, embarassose
  3. (+ topic) delicate

awl alesna
awning tenta
AWOL (= absent without leave) *absente sin permisso, *absente sin excusa
awry

  1. (= skewed) de transverso
  2. (= wrong) mal — to be/go awry ir mal · to take sth awry prender un cosa mal

ax, axe hacha /-ʃ-/
axial *axial
axil axilla
axilla axilla
axillary ANAT., BOT. axillari
axiom axioma
axiomatic axiomatic
axis axe — x-axis abscissa · y-axis ordinata
axle axe
axolotl *axolotl, pisce mexican ambulante
axon axon
ayatollah *ayatollah
aye ⟨interj.⟩ si
Aymara ⟨adj. & n.⟩ *aymara
Axunge axungia
azalea azalea
Azerbaijan Azerbaijan
Azeri ⟨adj. & n.⟩ azeri
azimuth azimuth
azoic azoic
the Azores Islands *le insulas Azores
Aztec ⟨adj. & n.⟩ azteca azymous azyme

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baa

  • ⟨n.⟩ *balato
  • ⟨v.⟩ *balar

babble

  • ⟨n.⟩ balbutiamento
  • ⟨v.⟩
  1. (= talk incoherently) balbutiar
  2. (= chatter, prattle) garrular, balbutiar
  3. (= make murmuring noise) murmurar

babe infante, *bebe
Babel Babel
Babelian babelic
babesiosis babesiose, babesiosis
babirusa babirussa
baboon *babuino
babouche babucha
baby

  1. (= infant) infante, baby, *bebe
  2. (= newborn) neonato

babyhood infantia
Babylon *Babilon, *Babylonnia, *Babel
Babylonian babylonian
babysit guardar le infante
babysitter babysitter /ˈbɛjbisitɛr/
baccarat baccarat
bacchanal ⟨adj. & n.⟩ bacchanal — to take part in a bacchanal bacchar
Bacchanalia Bacchanalia, le bacchanales — to celebrate the Bacchanalia bacchar
bacchante bacchante
bacchic bacchic
Bacchus Baccho
bacciferous bacifere
bacciform baciforme
baccivorous bacivore
bachelor

  1. (= unmarried man) celibatario
  2. (= bachelor's degree) baccalaureo, un diploma universitari obtenite post inter tres e sex annos secundo le pais — bachelor of arts/sciences ≈ baccaulareo in artes/scientias
  3. (= bachelor's degree holder) baccalaureato

bacillar bacillar
bacilliferous bacillifere
bacilliform bacilliforme
bacillus bacillo
back

  • ⟨adv.⟩
  1. (locative) retro
  2. (lative) a retro
  3. (= returning) de retorno
  • ⟨modif.⟩ posterior
  • ⟨n.⟩ (ANAT., rear) dorso — back to back dorso contra dorso
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. recular, regreder
  2. (+ vehicle) ir a retro
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= support) appoiar, sustener
  2. (= bet on) deponer un summa super
  3. (+ vehicle) guidar a retro

back out retirar se
backache dolor de lumbos
backbone columna vertebral, spina (dorsal)
back-breaking multo fatigante
backdate retrodatar
backdoor porta posterior
backer

  1. adjutator
  2. (= promoter) promotor

backfire

  • ⟨n.⟩ accendimento prematur, retorno de flamma
  • ⟨vi.⟩ accender prematurmente, dar retornos de flamma

background

  1. (= area behind) fundo
  2. (= career) experientia

backhand SPORT

  • ⟨adj. & adv.⟩ de reverso
  • ⟨n.⟩ reverso

backhanded

  1. SPORT de reverso
  2. (+ handwriting) inclinate a sinistra
  3. (= equivocal) equivoc, ambigue

backlash reaction negative/disfavorabile
backlog arretrato
backstreet vico secundari
backup

  • ⟨modif.⟩
  1. (+ plan) alternative, de emergentia
  2. (+ copy) de securitate — backup file backup · to make a backup copy *retrocopiar, facer un *retrocopia
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= support) appoio
  2. (police) reinfortios

back up

  1. (+ horse, cart, etc. against a wall) accular
  2. (= give support) appoiar, sustener
  3. (+ claim) justificar, provar

backward

  1. (= late) in retardo, tardive
  2. (= behind in development) arretrate
  3. (= shy) timide

backwards a retro, retro
backwater

  1. ramo stagnante
  2. (fig.) loco subdisveloppate

bacon lardo, bacon /ˈbɛjkɔn/
Baconism baconismo
bactericidal bactericidal
bactericide bactericida
bacterium (pl. bacteria) bacterio
bad mal — from bad to worse de mal in pejo
bad-tempered de mal humor
badge placa, insignia
badger1 ZOOL. taxon
badger2 (= pester) importunar, disturbar
badminton badminton
badness

  1. (= poor quality) mal qualitate
  2. (= wickedness) malitia, perversitate

baffle confunder, disconcertar
baffling disconcertante
bag

  • ⟨n.⟩ sacco, tasca — shopping bag, carrier bag tasca · sleeping bag sacco de dormir
  • ⟨vt.⟩ insaccar

baggage bagage
baggy *sacchesc, troppo ample
bagpipes cornamusa
the Bahamas, the Bahama islands le Bahamas, le insulas Bahama
Bahamian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ bahamian
  • ⟨n.⟩ bahamiano

Bahrain Bahrein
Bahraini ⟨adj. & n.⟩ bahreini
bail

  • ⟨n.⟩ (= bond) caution
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (+ sb out of jail) prestar caution pro
  2. (+ boat) vacuar le aqua

bait

  • ⟨n.⟩ esca
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= furnish with bait) escar
  2. (= torment) tormentar

bake cocer (in le furno)
baker panetero, furnero
bakery paneteria
balaclava passamontania
balance

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= equilibrium) balancia, equilibrio — to lose one's balance perder le equilibrio
  2. (= scales) balancia -- spring balance balancia a resorto
  3. COMMERC. saldo
  4. (= remainder) resto
  • ⟨vt.⟩ balanciar
  • ⟨vi.⟩ equilibrar se

balcony balcon
bald calve
baldachin baldachino
baldness calvitia, alopecia
bale

  • ⟨n.⟩ ballo, fardo
  • ⟨vt.⟩ (= make into bales) imballar

the Balearic Islands le insulas Baleric, le Baleares
Bali Bali
Balinese balinese
Balkan ⟨adj.⟩ balkanic
the Balkans le Balkanes, le peninsula balkanic
ball-bearing cossineto de ballas
ball-point penna a bolla
ball1

  1. SPORT balla, bolla
  2. (large) ballon
  3. (of eye) globo
  4. (of thread) glomere

ball2 (= dance) ballo
ballad ballada
ballast ballast, *last
ballet ballet — ballet dancer ballerino, f. ballerina
ballistic ballistic
ballistics ballistica
balloon ballon
ballot scrutinio
ballroom sala de ballo
balls

  1. (= courage) corage, braveria
  2. (= testicles) coliones

ballsy brave, *accolionate
balm balsamo — the balm of Gilead le balsamo de Galaad
balsa balsa
balsam balsamo
balsamic balsamic
Baltic baltic
the Baltic Sea le Mar Baltic, le Baltico
bamboo bambu
ban

  • ⟨n.⟩ prohibition
  • ⟨vt.⟩ prohibir

banal banal
banana banana
band

  • ⟨n.⟩ (gener.) banda
  • ⟨vt.⟩ associar se, reunir se

bandage

  • ⟨n.⟩ banda, bandage
  • ⟨vt.⟩ bandar

bandit bandito
bandoleer, bandolier bandoliera
bandstand kiosque de musica
bandy

  • ⟨adj.⟩ arcate, distorte
  • ⟨vt.⟩ (+ words) excambiar

bandy-legged con gambas arcate (or distorte)
bang

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= blow) colpo
  2. (= noise) ruito de explosion
  • ⟨vi.⟩ crepar, detonar
  • ⟨vt.⟩ percuter*

Bangladesh Bangladesh
Bangladeshi ⟨adj. & n.⟩ bangladese
bangle bracialetto
banish

  1. (= exile) bannir, exiliar
  2. (= get rid of) eliminar

banishment bannimento, exilio
banisters balustrada
banjo banjo
bank1

  • ⟨modif.⟩ bancari
  • ⟨n.⟩ ECON. banca — merchant bank banca commercial · savings bank cassa de sparnio
  • ⟨vi.⟩ (on sth) contar super
  • ⟨vt.⟩ bancar, incassar

bank2 (of river) ripa, margine
bankbook libretto de banca/conto
banknote billet de banca
bankrupt

  • ⟨adj.⟩ fallite — to go bankrupt facer bancarupta
  • ⟨n.⟩ fallito, bancaruptero
  • ⟨vt.⟩ ruinar

bankruptcy fallimento, bancarupta
banner bandiera, insignia, standardo
banquet

  • ⟨n.⟩ banchetto
  • ⟨vi.⟩ banchettar

baptism baptismo
baptismal baptismal
baptist baptista, baptisator
baptize baptisar
baptizer baptisator, baptista
bar1 ⟨n.⟩

  1. (= length of metal, wood, etc.; gym apparatus) barra — behind bars (fig.) detra le barras · high bar SPORT barra alte · search bar INFORM. barra de recerca
  2. (of chocolate, soap, etc.) tabletta
  3. (= ingot) lingoto
  4. (= obstacle) barrage, barriera — toll bar barriera de pedage
  5. (≈ pub) bar — coffee bar cafe · snack bar buffet
  6. MUS. barra musical
  7. (= sandbank) banco de sablo
  8. (= standard, expectation) barra — to raise the bar elevar le nivello · to set the bar high poner le barra alto
  9. (= exclusion) exclusion — color bar discrimination racial

bar2 ⟨v.⟩

  1. (= obstruct) obstruer
  2. (+ door) barrar
  3. (= exclude) excluder, prohibir

bar3 ⟨prep.⟩ excepte — the best bar none le melior de totes
Barbadian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ barbadian
  • ⟨n.⟩ barbadiano

Barbados (le insula) Barbados
barbarian ⟨n.⟩ barbaro
barbaric

  1. (= of the barbarians) barbaric
  2. (= brutal) barbare

barbarity barbaritate
barbarous barbare
barbel barbo
barbecue barbecue, festa de *barbacoa
barbed (+ wire) spinose
barber barbero
barcoding *barcoding — DNA barcoding barcoding ADN
bard bardo
bare

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= denuded) denudate
  2. (= naked) nude
  3. (= uncovered) discoperte
  4. (= mere) simple
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. denudar, discoperir
  2. (+ teeth) monstrar

barefoot discalceate
barely a pena
bareness nuditate
bargain

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= agreement) contracto
  2. (= good buy) acquisition a bon mercato
  • ⟨vi.⟩ negotiar

barge

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= canal boat) barca de canal
  2. (= ornemental boat) barca de apparato
  3. (= captain's boat) *lancha
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= bump) choccar (into contra)
  2. (= intrude) irrumper (into in)

barhop facer le tour del tavernas
baritone

  • ⟨adj.⟩ barytone
  • ⟨n.⟩ barytono

bark1 ZOOL.

  • ⟨n.⟩ latrato
  • ⟨vi.⟩ latrar

bark2 BOT.

  • ⟨n.⟩ cortice
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= strip bark) decorticar
  2. (= scrape) excoriar

barley hordeo
barmaid servitrice
barman servitor
barn

  1. (= for cattle) stabulo
  2. (= granary) granario

barometer barometro
baron baron
baronage baronage
baroness baronessa
baronet baronetto
baronetcy dignitate de baronetto
barony baronia
barracks caserna
barrage barrage
barrel

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= cask) barril, botte
  2. (of gun) cannon
  • ⟨vt.⟩ imbarrilar

barren

  1. (+ woman) sterile
  2. (+ land) aride, desolate

barretry, barratry barateria
barricade

  • ⟨n.⟩ barricada
  • ⟨vt.⟩ barricadar

barrier barriera
barrister advocato
barrow carretta de mano
barter

  • ⟨n.⟩ troco
  • ⟨v.⟩ trocar

base1

  • ⟨n.⟩ (gener.) base
  • ⟨vt.⟩ basar — to base an argument on basar un argumento super ·  a movie based on real events un film que se basa super eventos real

base2 ⟨adj.⟩ basse, ignobile, vil
baseball baseball
baseboard socculo de ligno
baseborn humile, illegitime
Basel, Basle Basel
baseless sin fundamento
basement basamento, subterraneo
baseness bassessa
bash

  • ⟨n.⟩ colpo forte
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. colpar forte, ferir
  2. (fig.) criticar

bashful timide, pudente, vergoniose
basic basic, basal, fundamental
basil basilico
basilisk basilisco
basin bassino
basis base, fundamento
bask (in the sun) prender le sol
basket corbe, paniero — waste-paper basket corbe a papiro
basketball basketball — basketball player jocator de basketball
Basque

  • ⟨adj.⟩ basc
  • ⟨n.⟩ basco

bass1 ZOOL. perca
bass2 MUS. basso -- double bass contrabasso
bassoon fagotto
bastard

  • ⟨adj.⟩ bastarde
  • ⟨n.⟩ bastardo

baste asperger de grassia
bat1 SPORT

  • ⟨n.⟩ *bat — off one's own bat sponaneemente, sin adjuta · right off the bat immediatemente, directement
  • ⟨v.⟩ batter

bat2 ZOOL. vespertilion
batch

  1. (= portion) lot
  2. (of bread) furnata

batch-processing *processo per lot
bath

  1. (= wash) banio — to take a bath baniar se
  2. (= tub) cupa de banio — swimming bath piscina, natatorio · Turkish bath banio turc

bathe

  • ⟨vi.⟩ baniar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. baniar
  2. (+ wound) lavar

bather baniator
bathing

  1. (= baths) banios
  2. (of wound) lavamento

bathroom camera de banio
batman (= servant) ordinantia
baton

  1. baston
  2. MUS. bacchetta

batsman, batter battitor
battalion battalion
batter

  • ⟨n.⟩ pasta (de farina, ovos e lacte)
  • ⟨vt.⟩ batter

battery

  1. MILIT., SPORT batteria
  2. ELEC. accumulator
  3. (small, for torch) pila

battle

  • ⟨n.⟩ battalia — to give battle dar un battalia
  • ⟨vi.⟩ battaliar

battlefield campo de battalia
battleship cuirassato
bawl vociferar
bay1 GEO. baia, golfo
bay2

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (prolonged bark) ululamento, longe latramento
  2. to keep sb/sth at bay mantener un persona/cosa longe de se (or sub controlo)
  • ⟨vi.⟩ ulular, latrar

bay3 BOT. lauro
bayonet bayonetta
BCE (= Before Common Era) ante Christo
be esser — See conjugation at end of section.
beach plagia
beacon fanal
bead perla (de vitro, etc.)
beak becco, rostro
beaker bicario, cuppa
beam

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (of light) radio, fasce
  2. (of wood, metal) trabe, trave
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= shine) brillar
  2. (= smile) surrider

bean (gener.; broad bean) faba — common/green/French/runner/string bean (phaseolus vulgaris) *phaseolo · kidney bean faba rubie · coffee bean grano de caffe · full of beans plen de energia
bear1 ZOOL. urso, f. ursa — black/brown bear urso nigre/brun · polar bear urso polar/blanc · teddy bear urso de pluche
bear2

  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (with sb/sth) esser patiente con
  2. to bear left/right diriger se a sinistra/dextra
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= carry) portar
  2. (= endure) suffrer, tolerar
  3. (= hold up) sustener
  4. (= give birth to) parturir, filiar
  5. (= allow of) comportar

bear out validar, confirmar
beard barba — to grow a beard barbar
bearded barbate
beardless imberbe
bearer portator
bearing

  1. (= posture) postura
  2. (= relation) relevantia, correlation, influentia, effecto
  3. (pl.) NAUT. position — to lose one's bearings (fig.) perder le bussola

beast bestia
beat

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (of heart) battimento
  2. MUS. rhythmo
  3. (of policeman) ronda
  • ⟨vi.⟩ batter, pulsar
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= strike) batter, colpar
  2. (with stick) bastonar
  3. (with whip) verberar
  4. (= defeat) batter, vincer

beat back repulsar
beat down down abatter
beat in penetrar, fracassar
beat off repulsar
beating

  1. (= striking) battimento
  2. (= defeat) defaite, vincimento

beautiful belle
beauty beltate
beaver castor
because proque — because of a causa de
beckon facer signo
become

  1. (= come to be) devenir
  2. (= suit) convenir a, ir a

becoming convenibile, decorose
bedsit *studio mobilate (con sanitarios commun)
bed (gener.) lecto — camp bed lecto de campo · flower bed parterre (de flores)
bedbug cimice
bedclothes pannos de lecto
bedding pannos de lecto
bedraggled disordinate, coperitede fango
bedridden allectate
bedroom camera a dormir
bedspread coperilecto, copertura de lecto
bedtime hora de dormir
bee ape
beech fago
beef bove — corned beef bove insalate · roast beef roast beef, rostito de bove
beefsteak beefsteak
beehive apiculario
beeline via directe — to make a beeline for vader directe a
beep *pipiar
beeper (= pager) *beeper, *pager, clamator
beer bira
beet beta — sugar beet beta de sucro
beetle coleoptero, scarabeo — ground beetle carabide
beetroot beta-rapa
before

  • ⟨adv.⟩ antea
  • ⟨conj.⟩ ante que
  • ⟨prep.⟩ ante

beforehand previemente, anticipatemente
befriend amicar se con
befuddle confunder
beg

  1. (for money or food) mendicar
  2. (= beseech) implorar, supplicar, precar

beget ingenerar, procrear — begotten genite
beggar

  • ⟨n.⟩ mendicante
  • ⟨vt.⟩ impovrir, ruinar

begin comenciar, initiar, inciper (to do a facer) — to begin again recomenciar
beginner comenciante, comenciator, novicio
beginning comenciamento, initio — in the beginning al initio
begrudge

  1. (= envy) invidiar
  2. (= give unwillingly) dar de mal grado

behalfon behalf of in nomine de, del parte
behave comportar se, conducer se
behavior comportamento, conducto
behind

  • ⟨adv.⟩ retro
  • ⟨prep.⟩ *detra, post

behold reguardar, observar, contemplar — Behold! Ecce!
beige *beige
being ⟨n.⟩ (gener.) esser
Beijing

  • ⟨modif.⟩ beijingese, pekingese
  • ⟨n.⟩ Beijing, Peking

Belarus Bielorussia
Belarussian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ beliorusse
  • ⟨n.⟩ bielorusso

belau *belau
belch

  • ⟨n.⟩ ructo
  • ⟨vi.⟩ eructar, ructar

belfry *campanario; campanil
Belgian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ belge
  • ⟨n.⟩ belga

Belgium Belgica, Belgio
belief credentia
believe

  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (in sb) creder in, haber fide in
  2. (in sth) creder a
  • ⟨vt.⟩ creder

believer credente
Belize *Belize
Belizean

  • ⟨adj.⟩ *belizian
  • ⟨n.⟩ *beliziano

bell campana
bellied panciute
bellow

  • ⟨n.⟩ mugimento
  • ⟨vi.⟩ mugimento

belly ventre, *pancia
belong pertiner (to a)
belongings effectos, possessiones
below

  • ⟨adv.⟩
  1. (locative) in basso, infra
  2. (lative) a basso, infra
  • ⟨prep.⟩ sub, subtus, infra

belt

  • ⟨n.⟩ cinctura — conveyor belt banda transportator · seat belt cinctura de securitate
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= fasten) cincturar
  2. (= hit with belt) colpar con un cinctura

bench banco
bend

  • ⟨n.⟩ curva, curvatura
  • ⟨vi.⟩ curvar se, inclinar se, plicar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ curvar, inclinar, plicar

beneath

  • ⟨adv.⟩ infra
  • ⟨prep.⟩ sub, infra, subtus

beneficial benefic, *beneficial
benefit

  • ⟨n.⟩ (gener.) beneficio — unemployment benefit subsidio de disoccupation
  • ⟨v.⟩ beneficiar (from de)

benevolent benevole, benevolente
benign

  1. (= harmless) benigne
  2. (= favorable) propitie

Benin Benin
Beninese beninese
bent

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= curved) curvate, flectite, plicate
  2. (= determined) determinate, resolute (to do a facer)
  • ⟨n.⟩ tendentia

benzene benzina
benzoate benzoato
benzoic benzoic
benzoin

  1. BOT. benzoe
  2. CHIM. benzoin

benzole benzol
bequeath legar
bequest legato
bereavement (of a loved one) perdita, lucto
bereft of private de
beret *beret
Berlin

  • ⟨modif.⟩ berlinese
  • ⟨n.⟩ Berlin

Bermuda le insulas Bermudas
Bern

  • ⟨modif.⟩ bernese
  • ⟨n.⟩ Bern

berry baca
berth

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= bed) lectiera
  2. (= mooring) posto
  • ⟨vt.⟩ amarrar

beside

  1. (= next to) al latere de, juxta
  2. (= compared with) in comparation con, al latere de
beside o.s. foras de se

besides

  • ⟨adv.⟩ de plus, *ceetero, ultra illo
  • ⟨prep.⟩ ultra, extra

besiege assediar
besot imbrutir
besotting imbrutiente
best

  • ⟨adj.⟩ melior — second best secunde melior · very best optime
  • ⟨adv.⟩ le melio
  • ⟨n.⟩ melior — at best al plus, in le melior del casos · to do one's best facer tote le possibile

best man amico del sponso
bestow conferer, donar
best-seller *best-seller
bet

  • ⟨n.⟩ sponsion — to make/place a bet facer un sponsion
  • ⟨v.⟩ sponder, deponer

betray

  1. (= commit treason) trair
  2. (= give away) divulgar, revelar

betrayal traition
better

  • ⟨adj.⟩ melior — all the better tanto melio · to get better (= recover) refacer se, restablir se · to get the better of vincer, superar
  • ⟨adv.⟩ melio — You had better go. Tu facera melio partir. So much the better! Tanto melio!
  • ⟨vi.⟩ meliorar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= improve) meliorar
  2. (= beat) ultrapassar

betting spondente, sponsion — betting shop agentia de sponsiones
between inter
beverage biberage, bibitura, bibita
beware guardar se — Beware of the dog! Attention al can!
bewilder confunder, disconcertar, disorientar
bewildered confuse, perplexe
bewildering disconcertante
bewilderment confusion, perplexitate
beyond

  • ⟨adv.⟩ ultra
  • ⟨prep.⟩ extra, trans, ultra — to go beyond sth ultrapassar un cosa

Bhutan Bhutan
Bhutanese bhutanese
bias

  • ⟨n.⟩ prejudicio, partialitate
  • ⟨v.⟩ influentiar, render partial

biased partial
bib pannello pectoral (de un bebe)
the Bible le Biblia
biblical biblic
bibliographical bibliographic
bibliography bibliographia
bicep bicipite
bicker altercar, querelar
bickering altercation, querelas
bicycle

  • ⟨n.⟩ bicycletta
  • ⟨vi.⟩ bicyclar

bid

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= at auction) offerta
  2. (= attempt) essayo, tentativa
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (at auction) offerer
  2. (= command) commandar, ordinar (sb do sth un persona de facer un cosa)

bidder offerente — highest bidder adjudicatario
biennial

  • ⟨adj.⟩ biennal
  • ⟨n.⟩ planta biennal

big grande, grosse, importante
bigamist bigamo
bigamous bigame
bigamy bigamia
bigot bigot
bigoted intolerant, prejudiciate
bike

  1. (= bicycle) bicycletta
  2. (= motorcycle) moto

bikini *bikini
bilingual bilingue
bilious biliose
bill1

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= account) conto, nota — to foot the bill pagar le conto
  2. (= draft of law) projecto de lege
  3. (= invoice) factura
  • ⟨vt.⟩ facturar

bill2 ZOOL. rostro
billet

  • ⟨n.⟩ quartiero
  • ⟨v.⟩ quartierar

billiards biliardo
billion

  • (= a thousand millions) billion, milliardo
  • (= a million millions) billion

bin cassa, compartimento, receptaculo
binary *binari
bind

  • (= tie) ligar
  • (= oblige) obligar

binding

  • ⟨adj.⟩ obligatori
  • ⟨n.⟩ ligatura

bingo lotto, tombola
binoculars binoculo
biographer biographo
biographic biographic
biographical biographical
biography biographia
biological biologic
biologically *biologicamente
biologist biologista
biology biologia
biped bipede
bipedal bipede
birch

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (tree) betula
  2. (rod) virga
  • ⟨vt.⟩ flagellar con un virga

bird ave — to flip someone a bird facer insulto con le digito medie
birdcage cavia pro aves
birdie

  1. (golf) *balla birdie
  2. (= small bird) *avetto

birth nascentia, nativitate — to give birth to parturir
birthday anniversario
birthmark marca de nascentia
birthplace loco natal
biscuit biscuit
bishop (also in chess) episcopo
Bissau-Guinean

  • ⟨adj.⟩ bissauguinean
  • ⟨n.⟩ bissauguineano

bit

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= piece) pecietta
  2. (= binary digit) *bit, *digito binari, piecetta digital
  3. (for drill) puncta
  4. (for horses) freno, morso
a bit (of) un pauc, un poco (de) · bit by bit pauc a pauc, poco a poco

bitch

  1. can feminin
  2. (= insult) puta, putana

bite

  • ⟨n.⟩ morsura
  • ⟨v.⟩
  1. morder — Bite me! *Morde me!
  2. (= sting) piccar

bitter

  • ⟨adj.⟩ acerbe, amar
  • ⟨n.⟩ bira clar

bitterness acerbitate, amaritude
bizarre bizarre
black

  • ⟨adj.⟩ nigre
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (color) nigre
  2. (= black person) negro
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (+ boots) lustrar
  2. (= boycott) boycottar

blackberry rubo
blackbird merla
blackboard tabula nigre
blackcurrant ribes nigre
blacken nigrar
blackguard scelerato, villano
blackleg rumpeexoperos
blacklist boycottar
blackmail

  • ⟨n.⟩ extorsion, *chantage
  • ⟨vt.⟩ extorquer per *chantage

blackmailer *chantagista
blackness nigritia
blackout

  1. ELEC. interruption de currente
  2. (= loss of consciousness) perdita de conscientia
  3. (in wartime) obscuramento

black out

  • ⟨vi.⟩ perder conscientia
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= obsure) obscurar
  2. (= suppress from memory) supprimer de su memoria
  3. (+ city, stage; = turn off all lights) extinguer tote le lumines de
  4. (= cause power outage somewhere) causar un interruption de currente in
  5. (= prevent broadcast of) censurar

blacksmith ferrator, ferrero
blacktop asphalto
bladder vesica
blade

  1. (gener.) lamina -- razor blade lamina de rasorio
  2. (of grass) folio
  3. (of oar, rotor) pala

blame

  • ⟨n.⟩ blasmo
  • ⟨v.⟩ blasmar

blameless innocente
blancmange *blancmangiar
blank

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. blanc, vacue
  2. (+ cartridge) in blanco
  • ⟨n.⟩ blanco

blanket copertura (de lana)
blare ⟨n.⟩

  1. (of siren) rugito, resonantia
  2. (of radio, music, etc.) stridor, strepito
  3. (of trumpet) trompettamento

⟨vi.⟩

  1. (+ siren) rugir, resonar
  2. (+ radio, music, etc.) strider, strepitar
  3. (+ trumpet) trompettar

blaspheme blasphemar
blasphemer blaspherator
blasphemous blaspheme
blasphemy blasphemia
blast

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (of wind) colpo de vento
  2. (= loud noise) ruito forte
  3. (= explosion) explosion
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= blare) resonar
  2. (= shoot) facer foco
  3. (= be fired) esser projectate
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= blow up) detonar, facer saltar
  2. (fig.; = shatter) destruer
  3. (= hurl) projectar
  4. (= shoot) facer foco super
  5. (+ music) poner a tote volumine, facer resonar
  6. (= criticize) criticar severemente

blatant flagrante, patente
blaze1

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= flame) flamma
  2. (= fire in building) incendio
  3. (= bright light) brillantia, splendor
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (+ fire) deflagrar, flagrar, flammar
  2. (+ light) splender, resplender

blaze2 (= mark)

  1. (on horse) stella
  2. (on tree) signo, marca

blazer *blazer
bleach

  • ⟨n.⟩ agente de blanchimento
  • ⟨vt.⟩ blanchir

bleak deserte, desolate, salvage
bleakness desolation
bleat

  • ⟨n.⟩ balamento
  • ⟨vi.⟩ balar

bleed sanguinar
bleeding hemorrhagia
blemish

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= spot) macula
  2. (= flaw) imperfection, defecto
  • ⟨vt.⟩ macular, guastar

blend

  • ⟨n.⟩ mixtura
  • ⟨v.⟩ miscer

bless benedicer
blessed benedicte
blessing benediction
blight

  • ⟨n.⟩ peste
  • ⟨vt.⟩ ruinar

blind

  • ⟨adj.⟩ cec
  • ⟨n.⟩ persiana — Venetian blind persiana venetian
  • ⟨vt.⟩ cecar

blindfold

  • ⟨n.⟩ banda pro le oculos
  • ⟨vt.⟩ bandar le oculos

blindness cecitate
blink palpebrar
blinkers oculiera
bliss contento, felicitate
blissful beate
blister

  • ⟨n.⟩ ampulla, vesicula
  • ⟨vi.⟩ vesicar se

blizzard tempesta de nive
bloated inflate
blob globulo
bloc POL. bloco — en bloc in bloco
block

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= mass) bloco
  2. (of buildings) insula
  3. (= printing) cliche
  • ⟨vt.⟩ blocar, obstruer

blockade

  • ⟨n.⟩ blocada
  • ⟨vt.⟩ blocar

blond

  • ⟨adj.⟩ blonde
  • ⟨n.⟩ blonda

blood sanguine
blood-curdling que gela le sanguine
bloodthirsty sanguinari
bloody

  1. (= accompanied by bloodshed) sanguinari
  2. (= covered in blood) sanguinose
  3. (= stupid, damned) maledicite

bloom

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= flower) flor
  2. (on fruit) pruina
  • ⟨vi.⟩ florer, florescer

blooming

  1. (= flowering) florente
  2. (= prosperous) prospere

blot

  • ⟨n.⟩ macula
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= dry) siccar
  2. (= stain) macular

blotch macula
blouse blusa
blow

  • ⟨n.⟩ colpo — to come to blows venir al manos
  • ⟨vi.⟩ (+ fuse) saltar
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (+ air) sufflar — to blow one's nose sufflar se le naso
  2. (+ wind instrument) imbuccar, sonar

blow up

  1. (= cause to explode) facer saltar
  2. (= inflate) inflar

blue ⟨adj. & n.⟩ blau, azur — sky blue blau/azur celeste
blues melancholia
bluff1

  • ⟨n.⟩ bluff
  • ⟨vi.⟩ bluffar

bluff2

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (+ cliff) scarpate
  2. (= friendly and outspoken) cordialmente franc
  • ⟨n.⟩ GEO. promontorio, precipitio

blunder

  • ⟨n.⟩ grande error
  • ⟨vi.⟩ errar, facer un grande error

blunt

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (≠ sharp) obtuse
  2. (= frank) franc, directe
  • ⟨n.⟩ cigaretta de marijuana
  • ⟨vi.⟩ obtunder se, devenir obtuse
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= dull) obtunder
  2. (= weaken) debilitar

bluntly bruscamente
blur

  • ⟨n.⟩ apparentia confuse (or indistincte)
  • ⟨vt.⟩ facer indistincte

blurb aviso editorial
blush

  • ⟨n.⟩ rubor
  • ⟨v.⟩ rubescer

board

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= plank) planca, tabula — bulletin board, notice board, pinboard tabula de annuncios · diving board *trampolino · draining board *escolatorio · drawing board tabula de designo · ironing board tabula de *repassar · plaster board carton de gypso
  2. (= cardboard) carton
  3. (= committee) consilio
  4. (for games) tabuliero
  5. (in hotel) pension
  6. NAUT. bordo — on board ⟨adv.⟩ a bordo, ⟨prep.⟩ a bordo de
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= go on board) imbarcar se in
  2. (+ train) montar in
  3. (= seize by boarding) abbordar

boarder

  1. (= scholar) interno
  2. (= lodger) pensionario

boast

  • ⟨n.⟩ pretension vangloriose
  • ⟨vi.⟩ vangloriar se, vantar se

boastful vangloriose
boasting vanteria
boat barca — pilot boat barca pilota · torpedo boat torpedinero
boat race regata
bob

  • ⟨vi.⟩ agitar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ (+ hair) accurtar

bodice corsage
body

  1. ANAT. corpore
  2. (= corpse) cadavere
  3. (= group) gruppo
  4. (of car) carroseria

bodyguard *guardacorpore, guarda personal
bog marisco
bogus false
boil

  • ⟨n.⟩ clavo, furunculo
  • ⟨vi.⟩ bullir
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (+ water) facer bullir
  2. (+ peas, etc.) cocer (in aqua)

boil down reducer se (to a)
boiled (+ egg) bullite
boiler caldiera
boiling

  • ⟨adj.⟩ ebulliente
  • ⟨n.⟩ ebullition

boil over superfluer (per ebullition)
boisterous turbulente
boisterousness turbulentia
bold hardite — to be bold hardir
boldness harditessa
Bolivia *Bolivia
Bolivian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ *bolivian
  • ⟨n.⟩ *boliviano

Bolshevik

  • ⟨adj.⟩ bolchevista
  • ⟨n.⟩ bolchevico, bolchevista

Bolshevism bolchevismo
Bolshevist ⟨adj. & n.⟩ bolchevista
bolster

  • ⟨n.⟩ cossino transverse
  • ⟨vt.⟩ appoiar, sustener

bolt

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (for door) pessulo
  2. MECH. vite
  3. (= missile) *quadrello
  • ⟨vi.⟩ escampar
  • ⟨vt.⟩ clauder con pessulos

bomb

  • ⟨n.⟩ bomba — atom bomb bomba atomic, bomba A · hydrogen bomb bomba al hydrogeno, bomba H · time bomb bomba a horologieria
  • ⟨vt.⟩ bombar

bombard bombardar, cannonar
bombardment bombardamento
bomber

  1. (= person) bombator
  2. (= aircraft) avion-bombator

bonaire *bonaire
bond

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= tie, link) ligamine, *vinculo, relation
  2. (pl.) (= restraints) catenas
  3. (= promissory note) obligation — average bond fidantia de avaria · bearer bond titulo al portator · customs bond fidantia de doana · premium bond bono a lotteria
  4. (= bail) caution
  • ⟨vi.⟩ (with sb) crear un relation, crear ligamines con
  • ⟨vt.⟩ (= glue) glutinar

bone

  • ⟨n.⟩ osso, (of fish) spina de pisce
  • ⟨v.⟩ disossar

boneyard cemeterio
bonfire foco (de gaudio)
bonnet

  1. (= headgear) cappotta, *cofia
  2. (of car) copertura (del motor)

bonus premio
bony ossee, ossose
boo

  • ⟨n.⟩ crito disapprobatori
  • ⟨v.⟩ critar con disapprobation (a un persona)

booger muco nasal
book

  • ⟨n.⟩ libro — exercise book quaderno · pocket book libro de tasca
  • ⟨vt.⟩ reservar

bookcase

  1. (= open) libreria
  2. (= closed) bibliotheca

booking reservation
bookkeeper contabile
bookkeeping contabilitate
booklet brochure
bookmaker agente de sponsiones — bookmaker's agentia de sponsiones
bookshelf planca (pro libros)
bookshop libreria
bookstall kiosque de libros
boom

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. ECON. altiamento de precios
  2. (= obstruction) barrage
  3. (= noise) strepito resonante -- sonic boom explosion sonic
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= sound) tonar
  2. (= flourish) florer

boost

  • ⟨n.⟩ stimulo
  • ⟨vt.⟩ stimular

boot

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= footwear) botta
  2. (= half boot) bottina
  3. (= car trunk) cala de bagage
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= equip with boots) equippar de bottas
  2. (= kick) colpar

boot up INFORM.

  • ⟨vi.⟩ initiar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ initiar

booth barraca, cabina — voting booth cabina de votation
bootlace cordon
border

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= edge) bordo, margine
  2. (= frontier) frontiera
  3. (= trimming) bordatura
  • ⟨vi.⟩ (on sth) confinar con

borderline

  • ⟨modif.⟩ marginal
  • ⟨n.⟩ linea de demarcation

bore1

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= cylinder or tube) cylindro, tubo
  2. (= caliber) calibre
  • ⟨vt.⟩ (= drill) forar

bore2

  • ⟨n.⟩ un persona o evento enoise
  • ⟨vt.⟩ enoiar — to be/get bored enoiar se · to be bored to tears enoiar se a morir

boredom enoio
boring enoiose
born nascite, nate — to be born nascer
borough burgo
borrow facer se prestar
borrower *prestatario, beneficiario de presto (or credito); *imprestator
Bosnia and Herzegovina *Bosnia e Herzegovina
Bosnian bosnian
bosom sino
boss

  • ⟨n.⟩ chef
  • ⟨v.⟩ dominar

bossy autoritari, despotic
botanical botanic
botanist botanista
botany botanica
both

  • ⟨adj.⟩ ambe — both him and her e ille e illa
  • ⟨pron.⟩ ambos — both of them (tote) le duo

bother

  • ⟨n.⟩ enoio, molestia, pena
  • ⟨vi.⟩ dar se pena
  • ⟨vt.⟩ enoiar, vexar

Botswana *Botswana
Botswanan

  • ⟨adj.⟩ botswanan
  • ⟨n.⟩ botswanano

bottle

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (gener.) bottilia — hot-water water bottilia de aqua calide
  2. (for babies) biberon
  • ⟨vt.⟩ imbottiliar

bottle-opener *aperi-bottilias
bottleneck

  1. (= top of bottle) collo de bottilia
  2. (= jam) puncto de strangulation

bottom

  1. (= base) base, basso, fundo — top to bottom de alto a basso
  2. ANAT. culo

bottomless sin fundo, *insondabile
bough ramo
boulder petra grosse
boulevard *boulevard
bounce (facer) saltar
bound1

  • ⟨n.⟩ (= boundary) limite — to know no bounds non cognoscer limites · out of bounds foras de limites
  • ⟨vt.⟩ delimitar, confinar

bound2 ⟨adj.⟩

  1. (= tied) ligate
  2. (= as in "leather-bound") ligate (e.g. con corio)
  3. (= obligated) obligate (a/de)
  4. (= certain) certemente ⟨adv.⟩ — It's bound to happen. Illo evenira certemente.
  5. (= headed for) dirigite (verso/pro) — Miami-bound dirigite pro Miami

bound3

  • ⟨n.⟩ (= leap) salto
  • ⟨vi.⟩ saltar, salir

boundary frontiera, limite
boundless sin limite
bouquet bouquet
bourgeois burgese
bourgeoisie burgesia
bout

  1. SPORT combatto, partita
  2. MED. accesso

bow1 /baʊ/

  • ⟨n.⟩ (= obeisance) reverentia, inclination
  • ⟨vi.⟩ inclinar se

bow2 /boʊ/

  1. (= curve, weapon) arco
  2. (= knot) nodo
  3. (of ship) proa

bowels intestino
bow-legged valge
bowk barril
bowker fabricator de barriles
bowl

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= basin) bassino, bassinetto — sugar bowl sucriera
  2. SPORT bolla
  • ⟨v.⟩ bollar

bowls (joco de) bollas — to play bowls jocar al bollas
box1

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= case) cassa — ballot box urna · money box cassetta a moneta · pillar box cassa postal · signal box cabina de signales · window box jardiniera
  2. THEAT. loge
  3. (in courtroom) tribuna -- witness box tribuna del testes
  • ⟨vt.⟩ cassar

box2 (= fight as boxer) boxar
box3 BOT. buxo
boxer boxator
boxing boxa
Boxing Day Boxing Day, ≈ festa de Sancte Stephano
box-office

  1. (= ticket office) billeteria
  2. (= receipts) le *box-office

boy puero, garson
boycott

  • ⟨n.⟩ boycott
  • ⟨vt.⟩ boycottar

boyfriend

  1. (= male friend) amico
  2. (= lover) amante

boyhood pueritia
bra brassiere, sustenepectore
brace

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= support) supporto
  2. (= couple) par
  • ⟨vt.⟩ fortificar, reinfortiar

brace (UK), braces (US) suspensores
bracelet bracialetto
bracket

  1. (= for wall) consola
  2. (= parenthesis) parenthese — square bracket parenthese quadrate

brag fanfaronar, vangloriar
braid

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= material) galon
  2. (= plait) tressa
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (with material) galonar
  2. (= plait) tressar

Brahman (= caste member) brahman
Brahmanic brahmanic
Brahmanism brahmanismo
Brahmanist brahmanista
Braille *Braille
brain

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. cerebro
  2. (fig.) neurones — to rack one's brain rumper se le testa
  • ⟨vt.⟩ (= hit in the head) colpar al testa

brainwash lavar le cerebro de
brainwashing lavage del cerebro
brainwave bon idea
braise brasar
brake

  • ⟨n.⟩ freno
  • ⟨v.⟩ frenar

branch branca, ramo
branch off deramar se, furcar se
branch out

  • ⟨vi.⟩ expander se, furcar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ expander, furcar

brand

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= torch) face
  2. (= branding mark) stigma
  3. (= make) marca
  • ⟨vt.⟩ stigmatisar

brandish brandir
brandy brandy
brass

  • ⟨modif.⟩ de laton
  • ⟨n.⟩ laton

brassiere sustenepectore
bravado bravada
brave

  • ⟨adj.⟩ brave, coragiose
  • ⟨vt.⟩ bravar, defiar

brawl

  • ⟨n.⟩ *rixa
  • ⟨vi.⟩ batter se, venir al manos

brazen

  • (+ brass) de laton
  • (= shameless) sin vergonia

Brazil Brasil
Brazilian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ brasilian
  • ⟨n.⟩ brasiliano

breach

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. MILIT. brecha
  2. (of contract) ruptura — breach of the peace disordine public
  • ⟨v.⟩ facer un brecha in

bread pan
breadknife cultello de pan
breadth largor, latitude
breadwinner ganiator del pan, sustentor del familia
break

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= snap) ruptura
  2. (= rest) pausa — tea break pausa the, pausa cafe
  3. (= stop) interruption
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. rumper, franger se, fracturar se, fracassar se
  2. (+ health) pejorar se
  3. (+ boy's voice) alterar se
  4. (= take a break) facer un pausa
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= divide in pieces; render inoperative) rumper, franger
  2. (= smash) fracassar
  3. (= snap) fracturar, rumper
  4. (+ code) decifrar
  5. (+ news) communiquar, divulgar
  6. (+ record) batter
  7. (+ fall) moderar
  8. (+ streak) interrumper

breakage ruptura
breakdown

  1. (of engine) panna
  2. (= failure) fallimento, insuccesso, fiasco
  3. (= mental collapse) collapso nervose
  4. (= detailed analysis)analyse detaliate, classification

breaker ELEC. interruptor
breakfast

  • ⟨n.⟩ jentaculo
  • ⟨vi.⟩ jentar

breast

  1. (= mammary organ) mamilla, *sino<--LA sinus SP/IT seno PT seio FR sein RM sain RO sân-->
  2. (= chest; white meat of poultry) pectore

breath halito, sufflo — out of breath sin halito · to breathe one's last breath render su ultime suspiro
breathe

  1. respirar
  2. (in/out) inspirar/expirar

breather momento de reposo, pausa
breathing ⟨n.⟩ respiration
breathless foras de halito
breathtaking surprendente
breed

  • ⟨n.⟩ racia
  • ⟨vi.⟩ prolificar
  • ⟨vt.⟩ elevar, propagar

breeding

  1. (= rearing) *elevamento, propagation, reproduction
  2. (= education) education

breeze brisa
brew

  • ⟨n.⟩ biberage, infusion
  • ⟨vi.⟩ (+ trouble) preparar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (+ beer) fabricar, preparar
  2. (+ tea) infunder

brewery fabrica de bira
bribe

  • ⟨n.⟩ offerta a scopo de corruption
  • ⟨vt.⟩ corrumper

bribery corruption
brick bricca
bricklayr murator con briccas
bridal nuptial
bride sponsa, *nupta
bridegroom sponso, *marito
bridesmaid *damisella de honor, *pronuba
bridge

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= structure) ponte — suspension bridge ponte suspendite · swing bridge ponte giratori · toll bridge ponte de pedage
  2. (= card game) bridge

⟨vt.⟩

  1. (= build bridge over) pontar
  2. (+ gap) repler

bridle

  • ⟨n.⟩ brida
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= use bridle) bridar, frenar
  2. (= restrain) refrenar

brief ⟨adj.⟩ breve; ⟨n.⟩ dossier; ⟨v.⟩ instruer
briefcase portafolio
briefs (= underwear) *calceonettos
brigade brigada — fire brigade (corpore de) pumperos
brigadier brigadero
bright

  1. (= dazzling) brillante, luminose
  2. (= clever) intelligente
  3. (+ idea) luminose
  4. (+ colors) vive
  5. (+ eyes, weather) clar
  6. (= happy) allegre

brighten

  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (of person) allegrar se
  2. (= weather) devenir plus clar
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= lighten) facer plus brillante
  2. (= cheer up) allegrar

brightness lustro, splendor; intensitate de illumination
brilliance brillantia
brilliant

  1. brillante
  2. (+ idea) luminose

brim orlo
bring

  1. (= fetch) apportar
  2. (= lead) ducer

bring about causar, effectuar, provocar
bring back reportar
bring forth producer
bring in introducer
bring on

  1. (= cause) causar
  2. (= introduce) introducer

bring out

  1. (= come out with) facer sortir
  2. (= book) publicar

bring up elevar, educar
bringer apportator, *introductor
brink orlo
brisk alacre
briskness alacritate
bristle

  • ⟨n.⟩ seta
  • ⟨vi.⟩ ericiar se

bristling ericiate (with de)
Britain → Great Britain
British britannic
Briton britanno, britone
Brittany GEO. Brittania
brittle fragile
broad-minded liberal, tolerante
broad large
broadcast

  • ⟨adj.⟩ disseminate, divulgate
  • ⟨n.⟩ transmission
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= spread) diffunder, disseminar
  2. (radio) radiodiffunder
  3. (TV) *telediffunder

broadcasting

  1. (radio) radiodiffusion
  2. (TV) *telediffusion

broaden allargar
broccoli broccolli
brochure brochure
broketo be broke haber nulle moneta
broken

  1. rupte
  2. (+ language) povre, imperfecte

broker agente (de cambio)
bronchitis bronchitis
bronze

  • ⟨modif.⟩ de bronzo
  • ⟨n.⟩ bronzo
  • ⟨vt.⟩ bronzar

brooch broche
brood ⟨n.⟩ (of birds) covata; ⟨v.⟩ (of birds) covar
broody (of birds) covator
brook

  • ⟨n.⟩ rivo
  • ⟨v.⟩ tolerar

broom

  1. (for sweeping) scopa
  2. BOT. *genista

brothel bordello, *lupanar
brother fratre — to treat as a brother afratrar
brother-in-law fratre affin
brotherly fraternal
brow

  1. (= forehead) fronte
  2. (of eye) supercilio
  3. (of hill) summitate

browbeat intimidar
brown

  • ⟨adj. & n.⟩ brun
  • ⟨vt.⟩ imbrunir

browse (of animals) pasturar; (of people) leger sin methodo
browser INFORM. navigator de Internet
bruise

  • ⟨n.⟩ contusion
  • ⟨v.⟩ contunder

Brunei *Brunei
brunette

  • ⟨modif.⟩ brunette
  • ⟨n.⟩ brunetta

brush

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (for brushing) brossa — clothes brush brossa pro vestimentos
  2. (for painting) pincel
  3. (= conflict) confrontation
  • ⟨vi.⟩ (against sb/sth) racer ⟨vt.⟩
  • ⟨vt.⟩ brossar

brush aside apartar
brush away remover, subtraher
brush up

  1. (= clean) brossar
  2. (= refresh) repassar, revider

brusque brusc
Brussels Bruxelles
brutal brutal
brutally brutalmente
brute

  • ⟨adj.⟩ brute
  • ⟨n.⟩ bruto

bubble

  • ⟨n.⟩ bulla
  • ⟨vi.⟩ ebullir

buck

  1. (= male animal) masculo
  2. (= male deer) cervo
  3. (= male goat) capro
  4. (= male rabbit) conilio

buck up

  1. (= encourage) incoragiar
  2. (= hurry) hastar
  3. (= take courage) reprender corage

bucket situla
bucketful situlata
buckle

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= twist) distortion
  2. (= clasp) fibula
  • ⟨vi.⟩ distorquer se
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= twist) distorquer
  2. (= fasten) fixar

buckle up (= fasten one's seatbelt) metter se le cinctura (de securitate)
bud

  • ⟨n.⟩ button — rose bud button de rosa
  • ⟨vi.⟩ gemmar

Buddha Buddha
Buddhism buddhismo
Buddhist ⟨adj. & n.⟩ buddhista
budge

  • ⟨vi.⟩ mover se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ mover

budget

  • ⟨n.⟩ budget
  • ⟨vt.⟩ budgetar

buffalo

  1. bufalo
  2. (in America) bison, bisonte

buffer tampon, *buffer
buffet1 (= sideboard; meal) buffet
buffet2 (= batter) batter
bug

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= insect) insecto
  2. (= bed bug) cimice
  3. (= germ) microbio — stomach bug gastroenteritis
  4. INFORM. bug, *malfunctionamento
  5. (= listening device) microphono (celate)
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= annoy) irritar, vexar
  2. (= place devices) installar microphonos

bugger

  • ⟨interj.⟩ Merda!
  • ⟨n.⟩ — little bugger (=  annoying child) muccoso

buggery sodomia
bugle trompetta militar
bugler trompettero (militar)
build

  • ⟨n.⟩ corporatura
  • ⟨vi.⟩ cumular se, accrescer
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= construct) construer
  2. (= increase) amassar

build-up ⟨n.⟩ accrescimento, amassamento
builder edificator, interprenditor de construction
building

  1. (= act) edification
  2. (= edifice) edificio

bulb

  1. BOT. bulbo
  2. (= light bulb) ampulla

Bulgaria Bulgaria
Bulgarian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ bulgare
  • ⟨n.⟩ bulgaro

bulge

  • ⟨n.⟩ protuberantia
  • ⟨vi.⟩ protuberar

bulk

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= cargo) cargo
  2. (= main part) grosso
  3. (= mass) massa — in bulk in grosso
  • ⟨v.⟩ parer

bulky grosse
bull1

  1. tauro
  2. (= male elephant, whale, etc.) masculo
  3. ECON. altista

bull2 RELIG. bulla (papal)
bulldog bulldog
bulldozer bulldozer
bullet bolletta
bullet-proof a prova de bolletta
bulletin bulletin — news bulletin bulletin de novas
bullfight cursa de tauros
bullfinch pyrrhula
bullish ECON. altista
bully

  • ⟨n.⟩ bruto, tyranno
  • ⟨v.⟩ intimidar, tormentar

bum

  1. (= loiterer) vagabundo
  2. (= buttocks) culo, *culetto

bump

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= blow) colpo
  2. (= lump) tubere
  • ⟨vi.⟩ collider, impinger (into, against contra)

bumper

  1. (of car) paracolpos
  2. (= glass) vitro plen
  3. FERR. tampon

bumpy

  1. (+ journey) pauco confortabile
  2. (+ road) pauco plan

bun

  1. (= bread) panetto dulce
  2. (= hairstyle) (capillos inrolate in) nodo

bunch

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (of flowers) bouquet
  2. (of grapes, etc.) raceme
  3. (of keys) fasce
  • ⟨vi.⟩ serrar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ gruppar

bundle

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= packet) pacchetto
  2. (of rods, sticks) fasce
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= shove) pulsar sin ceremonia
  2. (= tie in a bundle) impacchettar, ligar

bungalow casa de un etage, *bungalow
bungle facer inhabilemente
bunion callositate
bunk *couchette
bunker

  1. (for coal) deposito de carbon
  2. MILIT. refugio subterranee

buns (= cheeks of buttocks) *culettas
buoy boia
buoyant boiante
burden

  • ⟨n.⟩ onere
  • ⟨v.⟩ incargar, onerar

burdensome onerose
bureau bureau /buro/ — employment bureau bureau de placiamento
bureaucracy bureaucratia
bureaucrat bureaucrate
bureaucratic bureaucratic
burglar effractor
burglary effraction
burgle, burglarize robar per medio de effraction
burial interramento
Burkinabé *burkinese
Burkina Faso *Burkina Faso
Burma *Burma, *Myanmar
Burmese *burmese
burn

  • ⟨n.⟩ arditura
  • ⟨vi.⟩ arder, flagrar
  • ⟨vt.⟩ arder, urer, comburer

burn up comburer, urer
burner becco — gas burner becco de gas
burning

  • ⟨adj.⟩ ardente
  • ⟨n.⟩ ardimento, combustion

burnish

  • ⟨n.⟩ brunitura
  • ⟨vt.⟩ brunir

burnisher brunitor
burnt ardite, comburite
burrow

  • ⟨n.⟩ coniliera
  • ⟨vt.⟩ foder

burst

  • ⟨n.⟩ explosion, ruptura
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. exploder, rumper se
  2. (fig.) erumper — into tears erumper in lacrimas · out laughing in risos
  3. (into a room) irrumper in
  • ⟨vt.⟩ facer exploder, rumper

Burundi Burundi
Burundian burundese
bury interrar
bus autobus, *bus
bush

  1. BOT. arbusto
  2. MECH. anello, cossinetto

bushy spisse
busily occupatemente
business

  1. (= trade) negotios, affaires — to do business with commerciar con · it's none of your business il non vos importa
  2. (= job) occupation
  3. (= firm) casa de commercio, firma
  4. (= fuss) strepito
  5. (= matter) cosa, pragma

business-like methodic, practic
businessman homine de affaires/negotios
bust ANAT. busto
bustle

  • ⟨n.⟩ activitate, agitation
  • ⟨vi.⟩ agitar se

busy

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (+ person) occupate
  2. (+ place) frequentate, populate
  • ⟨vt.⟩ occupar (o.s. with sth se de un cosa)

busybody officioso, f. officiosa
but

  • ⟨conj.⟩ mais, ma, sed
  • ⟨prep.⟩ salvo, excepte, foras, si non

butcher

  • ⟨n.⟩ macello — butcher's macelleria
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. macellar
  2. (fig.) massacrar

butchery macellamento, massacro
butler dispensero, majordomo
butt

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= barrel) botte
  2. (= buttocks) culo
  3. (of rifle) calce
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= ram) dar un colpo de corno a
  2. (= be adjacent to) esser in contacto con, pressar contra

butt in interrumper
butt out cessar de interrumper
butter

  • ⟨modif.⟩ butyrari
  • ⟨n.⟩ butyro
  • ⟨v.⟩ butyrar

buttercup button de auro
butterfly papilion
buttocks culo, podice
button

  • ⟨n.⟩ button
  • ⟨vt.⟩ buttonar

buttonhole

  • ⟨n.⟩ buttoniera
  • ⟨vt.⟩ retener (al passage)

buttress

  • ⟨n.⟩ contraforte
  • ⟨vt.⟩ reinfortiar, sustener

buy

  • ⟨n.⟩ *compra, emption
  • ⟨vt.⟩ *comprar, emer

buy back redimer
buy out

  1. (= indemnify) disinteressar
  2. (= purchase ownership of) acquirer, comprar

buy up comprar tote le stock de, accaparar
buyer *comprator, emptor
buzz

  • ⟨n.⟩ susurro, vibration
  • ⟨vi.⟩ susurrar, vibrar

by

  1. (= through, along, by means of) per — by doing per facer
  2. (= near) juxta
  3. (+ means of transportation) in
  4. (= according to) secundo
  5. (= not later than) ante
  6. (as in "by day/night") de
by and by finalmente, in poco de tempore · by and large in grande parte · two by two bin

bye, bye-bye a revider
by-election election local
bylaw statuto local
bypass

  • ⟨n.⟩ derivation, strata de deviation
  • ⟨v.⟩ derivar

by-product subproducto
bystander circumstante
Byzantine

  • ⟨adj.⟩ byzantin
  • ⟨n.⟩ byzantino
persona →
tempore ↓
io tu ille nos vos illes
presente es
*so - *son
passato esseva
*era
futuro essera
*sera
conditional
presente
esserea
*serea

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cab

  1. (= taxi) taxi
  2. (horsedrawn) fiacre
  3. (= front part of truck) cabina

cab-driver taxista
cabal cabala
Cabala cabala
cabalist cabalista
cabalistic cabalistic
Cabalize cabalar
cabaret cabaret /kabare/
cabaret-owner cabaretero
cabbage caule
cabin

  1. (= hut) cabana
  2. NAUT., AER. cabina (de pilotage), habitaculo

cabinet

  1. (= furniture) cabinetto, (for showcase) vitrina — filing cabinet cartotheca · medal cabinet medaliario
  2. POL. — the Cabinet le consilio de ministros, le cabinetto ministerial

cabinetmaker ebenista
cabinetry ebenisteria
cable

  • ⟨n.⟩ (gener.) cablo — mooring cable ammarra
  • ⟨vt.⟩ cablar

cablegram cablogramma
cabling ⟨n.⟩ cablage
caboose wagon de cauda
cabriolet cabriolet /kabriole/
cacao (= tree; seeds) cacao
cache

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= hidden store) deposito
  2. INFORM. cache /kaʃ/
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= conceal) celar
  2. INFORM. salvar in le cache

cachet prestigio, marca de qualitate
cackle ⟨n. & vi.⟩ (of hen; fig.) cacabar
cacodemon cacodemone
cacoethes cacoethe
cacographer (= poor speller) cacographo
cacography cacographia
cacophonous cacophone, cacophonic
cacophony cacophonia
cactus cacto
cadaver cadavere
cadaverous cadaverose
caddie SPORT caddie /ˈkadi/
caddis (fly) tricoptero
cadence cadentia — to give cadence to cadentiar
cadenza cadenza [I]
cadet cadetto
cadmium cadmium
cadre (of officers, specialists) equipa, gruppo
café café, caffe
cafeteria cafeteria
cafetière caffetiera pressafiltro
caffeinated caffeinate, con caffeina
caffeine caffeina
caftan caftan
cage

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (gener.; enclosed part of elevator) cavia
  2. ANAT. — rib cage cassa thoracic
  • ⟨vt.⟩ incaviar, mitter in cavia

caged ⟨adj.⟩ incaviate, in cavia
cagey evasive, suspiciose
cagoule mantello impermeabile
cahootsin cahoots with in conniventia con
cairn

  1. (= marker) petra milliari
  2. (= memorial) tumulo

caisson

  1. (= watertight chamber) caisson [F] /keson/ hermeric
  2. (= ammunition chest) coffro de munitiones

cajole persuader per bonitate, blandimento, etc.
Cajun ⟨adj. & n.⟩ cajun
cake

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. torta
  2. (= pastry) pastisseria
  • ⟨vi.⟩ indurar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ — to be caked with esser incrustate de

calabash calabaza
Calabria Calabria
Calabrian ⟨adj. & n.⟩ calabrese
calamine (lotion de) calamina
calamitous calamitose
calamity calamitate
calcic calcic
calciferous calcifere
calcify

  • ⟨vi.⟩ calfificar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ calcificar

calcinatory calcinatori
calcine

  • ⟨vi.⟩ calfinar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ calcinar

calcite calcite
calcium calcium
calculate calcular
calculated ⟨adj.⟩ calculate
calculating ⟨adj.⟩ calculator
calculation calculo, calculation
calculator

  1. (= one who calculates) calculator
  2. (= calculating device) calculatrice, machina de calcular

calculous calculose
calculus

  1. MED. calculo
  2. MATH. calculo infinitesimal — differential/integral calculus calculo differential/integral

caldera caldera
caldron caldieron
Caledonian caledonian
calendar calendario
calf1 ANAT. sura
calf2 ZOOL.

  • ⟨modif.⟩ vitellin
  • ⟨n.⟩ vitello

calfskin corio vitellin
caliber calibre
calibrate calibrar
calibrator calibrator
caliciform caliciforme
calico calico
California California
Californian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ californian
  • ⟨n.⟩ californiano

californium californium
calipers

  1. (= measuring instrument) calibrator
  2. (= leg brace) prothese orthopedic

caliph califa
caliphate califato
calisthenic callisthenic
calisthenics callisthenia
call

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= shout; phone call) appello — trunk call appello (telephonic) *interurban
  2. (= cry of an animal) crito
  3. (= visit) visita
  • ⟨v.⟩ (gener.; = phone) appellar

call back

  1. (= return phone call) *reapellar
  2. (= come back) revenir, *revisitar

call in

  1. (= phone) appellar, *inclamar — to call in sick inclamar se malade al travalio
  2. (= summon) facer venir

call off annular
call on

  1. (= visit) visitar, facer un visita a
  2. (= ask to do sth) demandar (a un pers. de facer un c.)
  3. (= turn to for help) facer appello a
  4. (= invite to speak) passar (or ceder) le parola a
  5. (in classroom) seliger
  6. (= draw on) facer uso de, recurrer a
  7. (= court) cortesar

call together convocar
call out

  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= shout) critar
  2. (to sb) appellar
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= ask to come) appellar
  2. (= challenge on sth said or done) interpellar (on super)

call up

  1. (= phone) appellar
  2. (= conscript) conscriber
  3. (= recall) evocar

call-back *revisita
call-in ⟨modif.⟩ (+ show) con appellos de ascoltatores
calling vocation
callous

  1. (= callused) callose
  2. (= unfeeling) insensibile, cruel

callow inexperimentate, immatur
callus callo, callositate
calm

  • ⟨adj.⟩ calme
  • ⟨n.⟩ calma
  • ⟨vi.⟩ calmar se, tranquillisar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ calmar, tranquillisar

calming calmante, tranquillisante, serenante
calomel calomel
calorie caloria
calorific calorific
calorify calorificar
calorimeter calorimetro
calque LING. calco semantic
calumny calomnia
Calvary le Calvario, le Golgotha
calve

  • ⟨vi.⟩ parturir
  • ⟨vt.⟩ adjutar a parturir

Calvinism calvinismo
Calvinist calvinista
Calypso MYTH. Calypso
calypso MUS. calypso
calyx calice
cam (= rotating disk) *cama
cameraderie cameraderia, spirito de equipa
camber curvatura
Cambodia *Cambodia, *Kampuchea
Cambodian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ cambodian
  • ⟨n.⟩ cambodiano

Cambrian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ cambrian
  • ⟨n.⟩ le cambriano

camcorder *camcordatora
camel camelo
camellia camellia
cameo

  1. (jewelry) cameo
  2. CIN. apparation breve, cameo

camera

  1. (= photo) apparato photographic
  2. (= video) camera

cameraman operator (de camera)
Cameroon *Cameron
Cameroonian ⟨adj. & n.⟩ *cameronese
camisole camisola
camouflage

  • ⟨n.⟩ camouflage
  • ⟨vi.⟩ camouflagiar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ *camouflagiar

camp

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= encampment) campamento
  2. MILIT. campo — concentration camp campo de concentration · to break camp discampar
  • ⟨vi.⟩ *campar

campaign

  • ⟨n.⟩ campania
  • ⟨vi.⟩ facer campania

campaigner

  1. (= activist) activista
  2. (= candidate) candidato

campanile campanil
campanology campanologia
camper

  1. (= person) campator
  2. (= camping van) caravana

campfire foco de campamento
camphor camphora — camphor tree camphoriero
camphorate camphorar
camphoric camphoric
camping *camping
campsite terreno de *camping
campus campus (universitari)
campy exaggerate, theatral
camshaft arbore de camas
can1

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (for foods or drinks) (cassa de) latta — beer can biriera, latta de bira
  2. (for oil, paint, petrol, etc.) bidon — garbage can bidon de immunditias · watering can rigatorio
  • ⟨vt.⟩ (+ food) conservar

can2 ⟨aux.⟩ poter (+ infinitivo)
Canada Canada
Canadian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ canadian
  • ⟨n.⟩ canadiano

canaille canalia
canal canal
canalicular canalicular
canaliculus canaliculo
canalization canalisation
canalize canalisar
canapé canapé
canard historia inventate, false nova
canasta canasta
cancan le cancan
Canarian *canarian
canary ZOOL. canario — canary yellow *canari
the Canary Islands le Canarias, le insulas Canari
cancel

  1. (= cross out) cancellar
  2. (= make void) annullar, cancellar, invalidar

cancellation cancellation
cancer cancere
Cancer Cancere
Cancerian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ del Cancere
  • ⟨n.⟩ Cancere

cancerous cancerose
candela candela
candelabra candelabro
candid candide
candidacy candidatura
candidate candidato
candidiasis candidose
candied coperite de sucro
candle

  1. (ordinary) candela
  2. (in church) cereo

candlelight lumine de candela — by candlelight al lumine del candela
candlestick candeliero
candlewick TEXT. texito brodate
can-do ⟨adj.⟩ (+ spirit, attitude) positive, optimista
candor candor, sinceritate
candy

  1. (= crystallized sugar) sucro *candite — cotton candy coton de sucro
  2. (= sweet) bonbon

cane

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= reed) canna — sugar cane canna de sucro
  2. (= stick) baston, canna
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (+ chair) cannar
  2. (= beat with cane) bastonar

canine

  • ⟨adj.⟩ canin
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= cuspid tooth) dente canin
  2. (= dog) can

canister

  1. (= container for tea, matches, etc.) cassa, recipiente
  2. (of gas) bombona

canker

  1. (= plant disease) *cancro
  2. (= ulceration) ulcere

cannabis cannabe
cannelloni cannelloni
cannelure cannellatura
cannery latteria
cannibal cannibal
cannibalism cannibalismo
cannibalistic cannibal
cannibalize *cannibalisar
cannon

  • ⟨n.⟩ cannon
  • ⟨v.⟩ (= cannonade) cannonar

cannonade

  • ⟨n.⟩ cannonada
  • ⟨v.⟩ cannonar

cannonball balla de cannon
cannon-cocker artillero
cannoneer cannonero
cannonry cannoneria
cannula cannula
cannulate intubar
canny astute
canoe

  • ⟨n.⟩ canoa
  • ⟨vi.⟩ canoar, ir in canoa

canoeist canoero
canon1 RELIG., LITT., MUS. canone
canon2 (= churchman) canonico
canonical canonic
canonize canonisar
can-opener *aperilattas
canopy

  1. (over altar, throne) *baldacchino
  2. (over bed) celo (de lecto)

canteen

  1. (= cafeteria) cantina, cafeteria
  2. (= flask) flasco

cantabile (in modo) cantabile
Cantabridgian cantabridgense
cantaloupe melon de Cantalupo
cantankerous irascibile
cantata cantata
canter

  • ⟨n.⟩ parve galopo
  • ⟨vi.⟩ ir a parve galopo

canticle cantico
cantilena cantilena
cantilever cantilever [A]
canto canto
canton canton
Cantonese cantonese
cantonment cantonamento
cantor cantor
canvas canevas, tela
canvass ambir
canyon canyon
cap

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= headgear) bonetto
  2. (of bottle) capsula
  3. (of radiator, tank) tappo
  • ⟨vt.⟩ (= put cap on) capsular

capability capabilitate, capacitate
capable capabile, capace — capable of doing capace de facer
capacity capacitate — in the capacity of in qualitate de
cape1 (= clothing) cappa
cape2 GEO. capo
Cape Cod *Cape Cod, *Capo Cod
Capetown Citate del Capo, *Cape Town
Cape Verde *Capo Verde
capital

  • ⟨adj.⟩ capital
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= main city) capital
  2. (= uppercase letter) litteral majuscule
  3. (= money) capital, (brought in) apporto

capitalism capitalismo
capitalist capitalista
capitalistic capitalistic
capitalize capitalisar
capricious capriciose
Capricorn Capricorno
capsize inverter se
capstan *cabestan
capsule capsula
captain

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. MILIT., SPORT capitano
  2. (of coasting vessel) patrono
  • ⟨v.⟩ capitanar

caption legenda
captivate captivar
captive

  • ⟨adj.⟩ captive
  • ⟨n.⟩ captivo

captivity captivitate
capture

  • ⟨n.⟩ captura
  • ⟨vt.⟩ capturar, captivar

capybara *capibara
car

  1. (= automobile) auto, automobile — sports car auto sportive
  2. (= carriage) carro
  3. (= coach) cochi
  4. (of lift) cabina
  5. FERR. wagon — buffet car wagon buffet, wagon *cafeteria · cable car funicular, (suspended) telephero · dining car wagon restaurante · railway car automotrice · sleeping car wagon lectos · trolley car → streetcar

caramel caramello
carat carat
caravan caravana
caraway cumino del pratos
carbon carbon
carbuncle carbunculo
carburetor, carburettor carburator
carcass cadavere, *carcassa
card carta — business card carta de introduction · calling card, phone card carta de telephonar · Christmas card carta de natal · credit card carta de credito · playing card carta de joco · red/yellow card (football) carta rubie/jalne
cardboard carton
cardiac cardiac
cardigan tricot
cardinal ⟨adj. & n.⟩ cardinal
card-reader *lector de cartas
care

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= attention) attention, *solicitude — to take care of respicer, custodiar · Take care! (= Careful!) Attention! (said on parting) *Cura te!
  2. (= charge) carga, responsabilitate
  3. (= worry) inquietude
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= worry) inquietar se
  2. (for sb/sth; = be fond of) amar, tener a

career carriera
carefree

  1. (= cheerful) allegre
  2. (= free from worry) libere de inquietude
  3. (= heedless) nonchalant

careful prudente, attente, attentive
carefulness

  1. (= caution) attention
  2. (= discretion) prudentia

careless inattente, negligente
carelessly sin attention, con negligentia, inattentemente, negligentemente, incautemente
carelessness inattention, negligentia
caress

  • ⟨n.⟩ caressa
  • ⟨vt.⟩ caressar

caretaker custode, portero
cargo cargo
Carib caribe
Caribbean caribe
the Caribbeans (= islands and states) le Caribe
the Caribbean Sea le Mar Caribe
caribou *caribou
caricature

  • ⟨n.⟩ caricatura
  • ⟨v.⟩ caricaturar

carnage carnage
carnal carnal
carnally *carnalmente
carnation diantho
carnival carneval
carnivorous carnivore
carol canto de Natal
carpenter carpentero
carpentry carpenteria
carpet tapete
carriage

  1. (= charge, deportment) porto — gun carriage affuste
  2. (= coach) cochi
  3. (= railroad car; of typewriter) carro

carriageway parte vehicular (del strata) — dual carriageway *strata de sensos separate
carrier portator
carrot carota
carry portar
carry back reportar
carry forward transportar
carry off

  1. (by force) raper
  2. (= remove) levar

carry on

  1. (= continue) continuar (doing a facer)
  2. (= practise) exercer

carry out exequer
carrycot cuna portabile
cart

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (four wheels) carro
  2. (two wheels) carretta
  • ⟨vt.⟩ carrear

carthorse cavallo de tracto
cartilage cartilagine
cartload carrettata
carton carton
cartoon

  1. (= drawing) caricatura, designo satiric
  2. (= comic strip) *vignetta
  3. (animated) *designo animate

cartoonist caricaturista, designator (satiric)
cartridge cartucha
carve

  1. (+ meat) trenchar
  2. (+ statue) sculper

carving ⟨n.⟩ gravure, sculptura
cascade cascada
case1

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= box) cassa — packing case cassa de *imballage
  2. (for items) etui
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= encase) cassar
  2. (= inspect before robbery) facer un inspection preliminar de

case2

  1. (= occurence; MED., JUR., LING.) caso — in any case in omne caso
  2. (= lawsuit) causa
  3. (set of arguments) argumentation, these

cash

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= ready money) moneta contante — petty cash micre cassa · spot cash pagamento contante · to pay in cash pagar contante
  2. (= liquid assets) liquiditates
  • ⟨vt.⟩ incassar

cash in (on sth) (fig.) traher profito de
cashew (= tree, nut) anacardio, acaju
cashbook libro de cassa
cashier1 ⟨n.⟩ cassero
cashier2 (= dismiss from the armed forces) dimitter, cassar
cashmere cachmir
casino casino
cask barril, tonnello, *tonnelo
casket

  1. (= chest) cassa, coffro
  2. (= coffin) cassa, sarcophago

casserole marmita
cassette cassetta
cassowary *casuario
cast

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= toss) tiro, projection, lanceamento
  2. (= mold) modulo, forma
  3. (= plaster cast) gypso, emplastro
  4. (= actors) distribution
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= toss) jectar, lancear, projectar
  2. (= mold) funder

cast down

  1. (= lower) bassar
  2. (= discourage) discoragiar, dismoralisar

cast out expeller
caste casta
casting

  1. (= throwing) projection
  2. (= choosing of actors) auditiones, casting
  3. (= molded object) pecia fundite

castle castello
castrate castrar
castration castration
casual casual
casually *casualmente
casualty

  1. (= victim) sinistrato, victima, perdita human
  2. (= damage) perdita

cat catto, f. catta
catalog

  • ⟨n.⟩ catalogo
  • ⟨vt.⟩ catalogar

catamaran *catamaran
catapult

  • ⟨n.⟩ catapulta
  • ⟨vt.⟩ *catapultar

cataract cataracta
catarrh (= flu, cold) catarrho
catastrophe catastrophe
catastrophic catastrophic
catch

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (of a ball) prisa, caption, captura
  2. (of fish) pisca
  3. (on a door) pessulo
  4. (= difficulty) problema
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= grab) attrappar
  2. (+ train, illness) prender

catch up (with sb/sth) attinger, *reattrappar
catching ⟨adj.⟩ contagiose
catchy

  1. (+ music) obsedente
  2. (+ slogan) captivante
  3. (= tricky) trappante

catechism catechismo
categorical categoric
categorize classificar
category categoria
cater

  1. (for party, wedding) organisar le restauration pro, fornir alimento e bibita pro, approvisionar
  2. (= provide for sb) provider a
  3. (+ demand, whim) satisfacer

caterer approvisionator
catering approvisionamento
caterpillar eruca
cathedral cathedral
cathode cathodo
Catholic catholic — Roman Catholic *catholico roman
catholicism catholicismo
catkin BOT. amento
cattle bestial
cauliflower caule flor
cause

  • ⟨n.⟩ causa
  • ⟨vt.⟩ causar, effectuar

causeway dica
caustic caustic
caution

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= care) prudentia
  2. (= warning) reprimenda
  • ⟨vt.⟩ prevenir

cautious caute, prudente
cavalry cavalleria
cave

  • ⟨n.⟩ caverna
  • ⟨vt.⟩ cavar

cave in collaber
cavern antro
caviar caviar
cavity cavitate
cayman *caiman
the Cayman Islands *le insulas Caiman
CE (= Common Era) post Christo
cease cessar (de facer)
ceasefire *cessa-le-foco
ceaseless incessante
cecum intestino cec
cedar cedro
ceiling

  1. (of room) tecto
  2. (= limit) limite

celebrate celebrar
celebrated ⟨adj.⟩ celebre
celebration celebration
celebrity celebritate
celery seleri
celestial celeste
celibacy

  1. (= abstinence) abstinentia sexual
  2. (= singlehood) celibato

celibate

  • ⟨adj.⟩ celibe
  • ⟨n.⟩ celibatario

cell

  1. BIOL. cellula
  2. ELECTR. pila
  3. (= room) cella

cellar cellario — salt cellar saliera · wine cellar cellario
cello violoncello
cellophane cellophan
Celt celta
Celtic celtic
cement

  • ⟨n.⟩ cemento
  • ⟨vt.⟩ cementar

cemetery cemeterio
cense (= perfume with incense) incensar
censer incensario, incensorio
censor

  • ⟨n.⟩ censor
  • ⟨vt.⟩ censurar, submitter al censura

censorship censura
censure

  • ⟨n.⟩ reprobation
  • ⟨vt.⟩ reprobar, criticar

census censo — to take a census censer
cent cent
centenary centenario
centennial *centenial
center centro
centigrade centigrade
centiliter centilitro
centimeter centimetro
centipede millepedes
central central
Central African Republic Republica Centroafrican (or Centrafrican)
centralization centralisation
centralize centralisar
centrally *centralmente
centrifugal centrifugal
centuple centuplar, centuplicar
century seculo
ceramic ceramic
ceramics ceramica
Cerberus MYTH. Cerbero
cereal ⟨adj. & n.⟩ cereal
ceremonial ⟨adj. & n.⟩ ceremonial
ceremonially *ceremonialmente
ceremonious ceremoniose
ceremony ceremonia — civil ceremony ceremonia de matrimonio civil · to get married in a civil ceremony maritar se civilmente
Ceres MYTH. Ceres
certain certe (de un cosa, de occurrer)
certainty certitude
certificate attestation, certificato — birth certificate certificato de nascentia · death certificate certificato de morte · shares certificate certificato de actiones
certify attestar, certificar
cesarean

  • ⟨adj.⟩ cesaree
  • ⟨n.⟩ section cesaree

cesium cesium
cessation cessation
cession cession
cesspool fossa septic
cesura cesura
cetacean

  • ⟨adj.⟩ cetacee
  • ⟨n.⟩ cetaceo

Ceylon Ceylon
Ceylonese ⟨adj. & n.⟩ cingalese
chad ≈ confetti [I]
Chad *Chad
Chadian *chadian, de Chad
chafe frictionar, irritar
chaff vannatura
chain

  • ⟨n.⟩ catena
  • ⟨vt.⟩ incatenar

chair

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= furniture) sede — swivel chair sede giratori
  2. (= person) presidente
  • ⟨vt.⟩ presider

chairman, chairwoman presidente
Chaldea *Chaldea
Chaldean

  • ⟨adj.⟩ chaldee
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= language) *chaldeic, *chaldeo
  2. (= person) *chaldeo

chalet chalet
chalk creta
challenge

  • ⟨n.⟩ defia
  • ⟨vt.⟩ defiar (un pers. a (facer) un c.)

challenging arduose, exigente
chamber camera
chambermaid camerera
chamois

  1. ZOOL. camoce
  2. TEXT. pelle de camoce

chamomile camomilla
champagne champagne
champion

  1. (= tournament winner) campion
  2. (= advocate) advocato

championship campionato
chance

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= ≈ destiny) hasardo, fortuna — by chance per fortuna, per aventura
  2. (= opportunity) opportunitate, occasion (de facer)
  3. (= risk) risco
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. hasardar, riscar
  2. (doing sth) currer le risco de facer

chancellor cancellero
chancy hasardate
chandelier lustro
change

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= alteration) alteration
  2. (= changed condition) cambiamento
  3. (= substitution) cambio
  4. (= changed money) cambio, micre moneta
  • ⟨vi.⟩ alterar se, cambiar
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= replace) cambiar (de) — to change clothes/trains cambiar de vestimentos/traino
  2. (= make different) alterar

changeable cambiabile
changeless immutabile
channel canal — the English Channel le Canal, le Manica
the Channel Islands

  1. (in Europe) le insulas anglonormanne
  2. (in California) le insulas Channel

chant

  • ⟨n.⟩ canto
  • ⟨v.⟩ cantar

chaos chaos
chaotic chaotic
chap

  • ⟨n.⟩ fissura
  • ⟨vi.⟩ finder se

chap (= guy) typo
chapel cappella
chaperone

  • ⟨n.⟩ chaperon
  • ⟨vt.⟩ accompaniar, supervisar

chaplain cappellano
chapter

  1. (of book) capitulo
  2. (of organization) branca, section

char carbonisar
character

  1. (= moral constitution; writing symbol) character
  2. (= fiction) personage
  3. (= eccentric man) typo

characteristic

  • ⟨adj.⟩ characteristic
  • ⟨n.⟩ characteristica

charade charade
charcoal carbon de ligno
charge

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= attack, load, task) carga — to be in charge of esser le chef de, incargate de, responsibile de · to take charge of prender le commandamento (or controlo) de
  2. (= accusation) accusation
  3. (= cost) costo — transport charges porto
  • ⟨vi.⟩ (+ battery) cargar
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= attack; load) cargar
  2. (= task) incargar (with de)
  3. (= accuse) accusar (with de)
  4. (= ask payment) facer pagar (un summa a pers. pro un c.)

charger

  1. (= battle steed) cavallo de battalia (or guerra)
  2. (= device for charging) cargator

chariot carro
charisma *charisma
charismatic *charismatic
charitable caritabile
charity caritate
charlady nettatrice domestic
charlatan charlatan
charm

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= amulet) amuleto
  2. (= spell) sortilegio
  3. (= attractiveness) charme
  • ⟨vt.⟩ incantar

charming incantator
chart

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= graph) graphico
  2. (= map) carta
  • ⟨vt.⟩ cartar

charter

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= doc.) charta
  2. (= privilege) privilegio
  3. (= hire) affretamento
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= grant) chartar
  2. (+ ship) *affretar
  3. (+ car) locar

charterer affretator
chartering affretamento
chary

  1. (= wary) caute, circumspecte
  2. (= sparing) frugal, parsimoniose

chase

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= pursuit, hunt) chassa
  2. (fig.) persecution
  • ⟨vt.⟩ chassar, persequer, currer post

chase away chassar, facer fugir
chasm abysso
chassis chassis
chaste caste
chastise castigar
chastisement castigamento
chastity castitate
chat

  • ⟨n.⟩ conversation (rapide, amical), confabulation
  • ⟨vi.⟩ parlar, conversar, confabular

chatter

  1. (= prattle) garrular
  2. (+ teeth) fremer

chatterbox confabulator
chatty loquace
chauffeur chauffeur
chauvinism chauvinismo /ʃo-/
chauvinist chauvinista
chauvinistic chauvinistic
cheap

  1. (= inexpensive) incostose
  2. (= dishonest) dishoneste
  3. (= mean-spirited) basse, odiose
  4. (= despicable) contemptibile — to feel cheap haber vergonia de se mesme

cheapen diminuer de valor
cheaply a bon mercato
cheat

  • ⟨n.⟩ fraudator
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. fraudar
  2. (= be unfaithful) esser infidel (a un pers. con un altere)

cheating

  • ⟨adj.⟩ fraudulente
  • ⟨n.⟩ fraude, fraudar

check

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= verification, test) verification, controlo, inspection — to keep in check mantener sub controlo
  2. (= bank draft, cheque) cheque [ʃek] — blank check cheque in blanco · traveler's cheque cheque de viagiator
  3. (in chess; = pattern) chaco
  4. (= check mark: ✓) ≈ cruce
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= verify) verificar, controlar
  2. (= restrain) restringer, stoppar
  3. (chess: put in check) mitter in chaco

check in

  1. (+ hospital) registrar su arrivata
  2. (+ hotel) facer le check-in
  3. (+ luggage) consignar, registrar

check out

  1. (+ hospital, hotel) registrar su partita
  2. (= take a look at) examinar, inspectar
  3. (= be true) esser valide

check up

  1. (on a machine) controlar
  2. (on sb) verificar que ille/illa es ben, controlar

checkbook libro de cheques
checkered

  1. (= patterned with squares) a quadros, a chacos
  2. (+ career) accidentate

checker (= checkers piece) pecia (del joco de damas), pedon, *ficha
checkers damas
checkmate

  • ⟨n.⟩ chaco mat — to be in checkmate esser in chaco mat
  • ⟨vt.⟩ matar

cheek

  1. ANAT. gena
  2. (= audacity) impudentia

cheekbone *zygoma
cheeky impudente
cheer

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= applause) acclamation
  2. (= hilarity) hilaritate
  • ⟨vt.⟩ acclamar

cheer up

  • ⟨vi.⟩ allegrar se — cheer up! corage!
  • ⟨vt.⟩ allegar

cheerful allegre, gai
cheerfulness allegressa, gaitate
cheerio a revider
cheerless triste
cheers! (a vostre) sanitate!
cheese caseo
cheesy

  1. (of cheese) de caseo
  2. (= shoddy) de mal qualitate, de mal gusto

chef chef (de cocina)
chemical

  • ⟨adj.⟩ chimic
  • ⟨n.⟩ substantia chimic

chemically *chimicamente
chemist

  1. (= expert in chemistry) chimico
  2. (= pharmacist) pharmacista — chemist's pharmacia

chemistry chimia
cherish mantener, tener car a
cherry ceresia
Chesapeake Bay *Chesapeake Bay, *baia del Chesapeake
chess chacos — blindfold chess chacos al cec
chessboard *chacchiero
chessman pecia de chacos
chest

  1. ANAT. pectore
  2. (= furniture) coffro — chest of drawers commoda

chestnut

  • ⟨modif.⟩ (color) castanie
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= fruit) castania
  2. (= tree) *castanio

chew

  • ⟨n.⟩ mastico
  • ⟨v.⟩ masticar

chic chic
chick

  1. (= chicken) galletto, pullo
  2. (= slang for girl) *chicca

chickadee poecile, paride
chicken galletto, pullo
chickenpox varicella
chicory

  1. (for coffee) cichorea
  2. (for salad) endivia

chide reprimendar
chief

  • ⟨modif.⟩ principal
  • ⟨n.⟩ chef

chilblain MED. gelatura
child infante
childbirth parturition
childhood infantia
childish infantil
Chile Chile
Chilean chilen
chill

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= chilly) frigide
  2. (= easy-going) tranquille, calme
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= coldness) frigido
  2. (= illness) colpo de frigido — to catch a chill prender frigido
  3. (= shivering) fremito
  • ⟨vi.⟩ relaxar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= make cold) frigidar
  2. (+ food) refrescar
  3. (+ sb's blood; fig.) gelar — to be chilled to the bone esser gelate usque le ossos

chilling que face fremer
chilly frigide
chime

  • ⟨n.⟩ sono de campana/horologio — chimes glockenspiel, xylophono
  • ⟨v.⟩ sonar

'chime in intervenir
chimney camino, *chimenea
chimneysweep brossacamino
chimpanzee chimpanze
chin mento
china porcellana
China China
chinchilla *chinchilla /t͡ʃinˈt͡ʃila/
Chinese ⟨adj. & n.⟩ chinese
chink fissura
chip

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= fragment) fragmento
  2. (= microchip) *chip
  • ⟨vt.⟩ fragmentar

chipmunk *tamia
chips

  1. (= crisps) *chips
  2. (= French fries) patatas frite

chiropodist *pedicuro
chiropody *pedicura
chirp pipar
chisel

  • ⟨n.⟩ cisello
  • ⟨v.⟩ cisellar

chit billet
chivalrous cavallerose
chivalry

  1. cavalleria
  2. (fig.) cortesia, gallanteria

chloride chloride
chlorinate *chlorar
chlorine chloro
chloroform chloroformo
chlorophyll chlorophylla
chock cuneo
chocolate chocolate
choice

  • ⟨modif.⟩ de qualitate
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= action of choosing) selection
  2. (= range of options) varietate

choir choro
choke

  • ⟨n.⟩ (= mechanical, firearms) regulator de aere
  • ⟨vi.⟩ suffocar

cholera cholera
choose seliger, selectionar
chop

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= cut of meat) cotelette
  2. (= hit) colpo
  • ⟨v.⟩ hachar

chopper (= hand axe) hachatoria
choppy agitate
choral choral
chord

  1. GEOM. chorda
  2. MUS. accordo

chore travalio penose
choreography choreographia
chorus choro
chough pyrrhocorax
Christ, Jesus Christo, Jesus
christen baptisar
Christendom christianitate, *christiania
christening baptismo
Christian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ christian
  • ⟨n.⟩ christiano

Christianity christianismo, christianitate
Christmas

  • ⟨modif.⟩ de Natal
  • ⟨n.⟩ Natal, *Noel — Christmas Father (= Santa Claus) Patre Natal, *Papa Natal · Merry Christmas! Felice Natal!

chromatic chromatic
chrome (= chromium) chromo
chrome-plated *chromate
chromium (= chrome) chromo
chromosome chromasoma
chronic chronic
chronicle chronica
chronological chronologic
chronologically *chronologicamente
chronology chronologia
chrysalis chrysalide
chrysanthemum chrysanthemo
chubby rotunde
chuckle

  • ⟨n.⟩ riso dulce
  • ⟨vi.⟩ rider (dulcemente)

chunk grande pecia
church

  • ⟨modif.⟩ ecclesiastic
  • ⟨n.⟩ ecclesia

Church of England ecclesia anglican
churchyard cemeterio
churn

  • ⟨n.⟩ apparato pro facer butyro
  • ⟨v.⟩ agitar, batter

chute

  1. (= plaything, playground equipment) *glissatorio
  2. (= tube) canal

chutney *chutney (condimento de species)
chutzpah *chutspa, corage, braveria
chuuk *chuuk
cider cidra
cigar cigarro
cigarette cigaretta
cinder cinere
cine *cine
cinema cinema
cinnamon cannella
circle circulo — dress circle prime balcon · traffic circle cruciata giratori · vicious circle circulo vitiose
circuit

  • ⟨n.⟩ circuito
  • ⟨v.⟩ circuir

circuitous indirecte, tortuose
circular ⟨adj. & n.⟩ circular
circulate circular
circulation

  1. (= going round) circulation — to be in circulation haber curso
  2. (of papers) tirage

circumcise circumcider
circumcision circumcision
circumference circumferentia
circumflex

  • ⟨adj.⟩ LING., ANAT. circumflexe
  • ⟨n.⟩ circumflexo, accento circumflexe

circumnavigate circumnavigar
circumpolar circumpolar
circumscribe circumscriber
circumspect circumspecte
circumstance circumstantia — under the circumstances in iste circumstantias
circumstantial circumstantial
circumvent

  1. (= bypass) contornar
  2. (= elude) eluder, evitar
  3. (= encircle) incircular

circus circo
cistern cisterna
citation citation
cite citar
cither cithera
citizen citatano
citizenship derecto de citatano, *citatania
city citate
civic civic
civil civil
civilian ⟨adj. & n.⟩ civil
civilization civilisation
civilized civilisate
clad

  • ⟨adj.⟩ (in sth) vestite de (or con)
  • ⟨vt.⟩ vestir

clade *clado
cladogram *cladogramma
claim

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= demand) reclamation
  2. (= right) pretension — to lay claim to pretender a · wage claim reclamation de salario
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= assert) asserer
  2. (= demand) reclamar

clairvoyant ⟨adj. & n.⟩ vidente
clam bivalvo
clamber scander
clammy humide
clamor

  • ⟨n.⟩ clamor
  • ⟨v.⟩ critar

clamp

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= vise) ≈ pinza
  2. (= wheel clamp, Denver boot) *trappa bloca-rota
  • ⟨vt.⟩ tener stringite

clamp down (on sth) prender mesuras drastic contra
clan clan
clandestine clandestin
clang

  • ⟨n.⟩ sono metallic (forte), *clanc
  • ⟨vi.⟩ facer un sono metallic (forte), sonar como *clanc

clank

  • ⟨n.⟩ sono metallic (legier), *clanc
  • ⟨vi.⟩ facer un sono metallic (legier), sonar como *clanc, resonar

clap

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= applause) applauso
  2. (= slap) colpo de palma
  • ⟨vi.⟩ applauder, batter le manos

claptrap nonsenso
claret claretto
clarification clarification
clarify clarar
clarinet clarinetto
clarity claritate
clash

  • ⟨n.⟩ conflicto
  • ⟨v.⟩ confliger

clasp

  • ⟨n.⟩ fibula
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= embrace) imbraciar
  2. (= fasten) stringer

class classe — middle class classe medie, (pej.) burgesia · upper class classe alte, aristocratia · upper-middle class classe medie alte · working class classe *obrer, classe travaliator
classic

  • ⟨adj.⟩ classic
  • ⟨n.⟩ classico

classical classic
classically *classicamente
classification classification
classify classificar
classroom sala de classe
clatter

  • ⟨n.⟩ sono de battimentos repetite, tintinno
  • ⟨vi.⟩ tintinnar

clause

  1. GRAM. proposition
  2. JUR. clausula — penality clause clausula de penalitate

claustrophobia claustrophobia
claw ungula
clay argilla
clean

  • ⟨adj.⟩ munde
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= remove dirt) mundar, nettar
  2. (= remove stains) dismacular

cleaner (= person; fluid) dismaculator
cleaning

  1. mundification
  2. (of dirt) nettamento
  3. (of stains) dismaculatura
dry cleaning lavage chimic

cleanliness munditia, nettitate
cleanse purificar, nettar
cleanser *detersivo
cleansing abstersive
clear

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= manifest; pure) clar
  2. (= unobstructed) libere — all clear toto ben, toto clar · to make o.s. clear parlar clarmente, explicar se ben · to steer clear of evitar
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (+ blame) disculpar
  2. (+ impurity; one's throat) clarar
  3. (+ obstruction) liberar
  4. (= jump over) saltar

clear away levar, remover
clear off (= leave quickly) fugir — Clear off! Foras de hic!
clear up

  1. (= explain) clarar, elucidar
  2. (= tidy up) ordinar, poner in ordine

clearance

  1. (= permission) permission — customs clearance *disdoanamento
  2. (= sale) liquidation

clearing (= treeless part of forest) *clariera, spatio aperte
clearly clarmente
clef clave — bass clef clave de basso · treble clef clave de violino (or de sol)
clench serrar
clergy clero
clergyman clerico
clerical clerical
clerk commisso — municipal clerk secretario municipal
clever habile, intelligente
cleverness habilitate, intelligentia
cliché cliche /ˈkliʃe/
click

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= sound) tic-tac
  2. (= with mouse) *clic
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= sound) facer tic-tac
  2. (with mouse) *cliccar

client cliente
clientele clientela
cliff precipitio
climate climate
climax culmine
climb

  • ⟨n.⟩ ascension, montata
  • ⟨vt.⟩ ascender, montar

climber alpinista
cling adherer
clinic clinica
clinical clinic
clink

  • ⟨n.⟩ *clinc, sono metallic
  • ⟨vi.⟩ sonar como *clinc

clip

  • ⟨n.⟩ crampa
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= cut) tonder
  2. (= use clip) crampar

clitoris *clitoride
cloak mantello
cloakroom vestiario
clock

  • ⟨n.⟩ horologio — alarm clock eveliator
  • ⟨vi.⟩ (in / out at work) registrar su arrivata / partita
  • ⟨vt.⟩ chronometrar

clockwise in senso *horologic
clockwork mechanismo de horologieria
clog

  • ⟨n.⟩ calceo de ligno
  • ⟨vt.⟩ obstruer

cloister clausura
close1 /s/

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= near) proxime, vicin
  2. (= intimate) intime
  • ⟨adv. & prep.⟩ presso

close2 /z/

  • ⟨vi.⟩ clauder se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ clauder

close down

  • ⟨vi.⟩ clauder se (definitivemente)
  • ⟨vt.⟩ clauder (definitivemente)

close up (= draw together)

  • ⟨vi.⟩ serrar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ serrar

closed ⟨adj.⟩ clause, claudite
close-fitting adjustate, collate al corpore
closeness proximitate
closet armario, cabinetto
closure clausura
clot

  • ⟨n.⟩ grumo
  • ⟨vi.⟩ coagular

cloth

  1. (= fabric) drappo
  2. (= piece) panno

clothe vestir
clothes vestimentos — piece of clothing vestimento
clothes-dryerdryer
clothesline corda pro extender le pannos lavate
clothing vestimentos
cloud

  • ⟨n.⟩ nube
  • ⟨vt.⟩

cloudburst pluvia subite torrential
cloudy nubilose
clove clavo
clover trifolio
clown clown /klaun/
clownfish pisce paleasso
club

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= cudgel) fuste — golf club massa de golf
  2. (= society) club — fan club club de admiratores · golf club club de golf
  • ⟨vt.⟩ bastonar, fustigar

club together quotisar se
cluck

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= sound made by hen) *cloc
  2. (= flip-flop sound) *clac, sono *palmate
  • ⟨vi.⟩ sonar como *cloc

clue indicio
clump

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (of earth) bloco
  2. (= trees) gruppo
  • ⟨v.⟩ aggregar, gruppar

clumsy inhabile
clunk sono de un colpo
clunker (= old car, machine) *strepitor
cluster

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= group) gruppo
  2. (of fruit, flowers) racemo
  • ⟨vi.⟩ gregar se, gruppar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ gregar, gruppar

clutch

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. MECH. accopulamento
  2. (= grip) prisa
  • ⟨vt.⟩ sasir

clutter

  • ⟨n.⟩ incombramento
  • ⟨vt.⟩ incombrar

coeducation education mixte
coeducational (= mixed-sex) mixte
coach

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= carriage) carosse, cochi
  2. (= for tourists) autocar
  3. SPORT trainator
  4. (= tutor) repetitor
  • ⟨vt.⟩ maestrar, trainar

coagulate coagular
coal carbon
coalition coalition
coalmine carboniera
coalminer minator de carbon
coarse grossier, vulgar
coarseness grosseria
coast

  • ⟨modif.⟩ litoral
  • ⟨n.⟩ costa, litore
  • ⟨v.⟩ costear

coastguard guardacostas
coastline litoral
coat

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= clothing) mantello — fur coat pellicia · trench coat impermeabile militar
  2. (of animal) pilo
  3. (of mud, etc.) revestimento
  4. (of paint) application
  • ⟨vt.⟩ revestir

coat-hanger portamantello
coat of arms insignia nobiliari
coax persuader
coaxial *coaxial
cob

  1. (of corn) spica
  2. (= swan) cygno mascule

cobalt

  • ⟨modif.⟩ (= cobalt blue) blau de cobalt
  • ⟨n.⟩ cobalt

cobbler reparator de scarpas
cobra cobra
cobweb tela de aranea
cocaine cocaina
cockatoo *cacatua
cock

  1. (= poultry) gallo
  2. (= tap) alvula

cockle *cardio, bivalvo marin
cockpit cabina de pilotage, habitaculo, (on aircraft) *carlinga
cockroach blatta
cocktail cocktail
cocky arrogante, vanitose
cocoa cacao
coconut coco
cocoon cocon
cod gado
code

  • ⟨n.⟩ codice — binary code *codice binari · civil/penal code codice civil/penal · telegraphic code codice telegraphic
  • ⟨vt.⟩ INFORM. *codificar

codeine *codeina
coder *codificator
codex codice (de lege, o scriptura)
codification *codification
codify *codificar
coelacanth *coelancatho
coerce coager, coercer, compeller, compulsar, fortiar, obligar (into doing a facer)
coercion coaction, coercion
coexist coexister
coffee caffe — white coffee caffee con lacte
coffer

  • ⟨n.⟩ coffro
  • ⟨vt.⟩ incoffrar

coffin cassa, sarcophago
cog pinnion
cognac cognac
cohabit cohabitar
cohabitation cohabitation
cohere coherer
coherence coherentia
coherent coherente
cohesion *cohesion
coil

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (electrical) bobina
  2. (spiral) spira
  • ⟨vi.⟩ serpentar
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. bobinar
  2. (= roll up) inrolar

coin

  • ⟨n.⟩ numisma
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= mint) cunear
  2. (= create) inventar

coincide coincider
coincidence coincidentia
coincidental coincidental
coincidentally *coincidentalmente
colander escolator, colo
cold

  • ⟨adj.⟩ frigide — to be/feel cold haber frigido · The weather is cold. Il face frigido.
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= coldness) frigido, frigor
  2. (= illness) rheuma — to catch a cold prender frigido, rheumatisar

collaborate collaborar
collaboration collaboration
collaborator collaborator
collapse

  • ⟨n.⟩ collapso
  • ⟨vi.⟩ collaber

collapsible dismontabile
collar

  1. (= neck of clothes) collo
  2. (= strap) collar — clerical collar collar roman

collarbone clavicula
colleague collega
collect

  • ⟨vi.⟩ ammassar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ colliger

collection

  1. (= things collected) collection
  2. (= mass) massa

collective collective
collectivization collectivisation
collectivize collectivisar
collector collector — stamp collector philatelista · tax collector perceptor de impostos · ticket collector controlator de billetes· toll collector pedagero
college collegio — teacher's college schola normal
collide collider (with contra), impinger
collision collision
collodion collodio
colloquial colloquial
colloquialism colloquialismo
collude colluder, conspirar, complotar
collusion collusion
Colombia Colombia
Colombian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ colombian
  • ⟨n.⟩ colombiano

colon

  1. ANAT. colon
  2. (= punctuation) duo punctos

colonel colonello
colonial colonial
colonialism *colonialismo
colonize colonisar
colonizer colonisator
colony colonia
color

  • ⟨n.⟩ color
  • ⟨vt.⟩ colorar

color-blind daltonian
colorful

  1. colorate
  2. (= brightly-hued) de colores vive
  3. (+ description) vivide
  4. (+ character) pictoresc

colorless incolor
colossal colossal
the Colosseum le Colosseo
colossus colosso
colt pullo
column

  1. (= pillar) colonna, columna — spinal column columna vertebral
  2. (= in newspaper) chronica

columnist chronista, jornalista
coma coma
comatose *comatose
comb

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (for hair) pectine
  2. (of bird) cresta
  • ⟨vt.⟩ pectinar — to comb one's hair pectinar se

combat

  • ⟨n.⟩ combatto
  • ⟨vt.⟩ combatter

combination combination
combine

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= association of businesses) association
  2. (= combine harvester) *falcator-disgranator
  • ⟨vi.⟩ combinar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ combinar

combustible combustibile
combustion combustion
come

  1. venir
  2. (across sb) incontrar per fortuna
  3. (across sth) trovar per fortuna
  4. (after sb/sth) sequer, succeder a
  5. (near sb/sth) approchar se de

come about evenir
come across (as) parer, semblar, dar le impression de esser
come apart divider se, disintegrar se, fragmentar se, cader in pecias
come around

  1. (= regain consciousness) reprender le sensos
  2. (= agree at last) esser finalmente de accordo, cambiar de opinion

come back revenir
come in entrar — to come in for (= be in for) esser subjecte a, deber reciper
come off

  1. (= detach) distachar se
  2. (= succeed) succeder

come out sortir
come together (on sth) convenir de
comeback retorno
comedian comediano
comedy comedia
comet cometa
comfort

  • ⟨n.⟩ conforto, commoditate
  • ⟨vt.⟩ confortar, reconfortar, consolar

comfortable confortabile, commode
comic

  • ⟨adj.⟩ comic
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= comedian) comico
  2. (= comic book) libro comic

comical comic
comma comma, virgula — inverted commas virgulettas
command

  • ⟨n.⟩ commando
  • ⟨vt.⟩ commandar

commandeer requisitionar
commander commandante — wing commander locotenente colonello (de aviation)
commandment commandamento
commemorate commemorar
commemoration commemoration
commemorative commemorative
commence comenciar
commencement comenciamento
commend commendar
commendable commendabile
commendation commendation
comment

  • ⟨n.⟩ commento
  • ⟨v.⟩ commentar

commentary commentario
commentator commentator
commerce commercio
commercial

  • ⟨adj.⟩ commercial
  • ⟨n.⟩ annuncio (publicitari)

commercialize commercialisar
commiserate commiserar
commiseration commiseration
commissar commissario
commission

  • ⟨n.⟩ commission
  • ⟨vt.⟩ commissionar

commissionaire *portero
commissioner commissario
commit

  1. (= perpetrate) committer — to commit adultery adulterar, committer adulterio · to commit a sin peccar
  2. (= dedicate) promitter (de facer)
  3. (= entrust) cargar (un pers./c. a un pers.)

committee committee, consilio
commitment *dedication
commodity mercantia
common

  • ⟨adj.⟩ commun
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= tract of land) prato commun
  2. (pl.; = commoners)the House of Commons le Camera del Communes

commonplace ordinari
commonwealth republica, confederation
commotion commotion
communal communal
commune

  • ⟨n.⟩ communa — the Paris Commune le Communa de Paris
  • ⟨vt.⟩ conferer

Communard communardo
communicant

  1. (= informer) informator
  2. RELIG. communicante

communicate communicar
communication communication
communicative commmunicative
communion communion — holy communion sancte communion
communiqué communicato
communism communismo
communist ⟨adj. & n.⟩ communista
community communitate
commute

  1. (= change) commutar
  2. (= travel) viagiar omne die, viagiar con abonamento

commuter viagiator quotidian, abonato
Comorian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ comorian
  • ⟨n.⟩ comoriano

the Comores le Comoras
compact1

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= small; dense) compacte
  2. (= brief, to the point) concise
  • ⟨vi.⟩ compactar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ compactar

compact2 (= agreement) pacto, contracto
companion companion
companionship compania
company

  1. (= people; guests) compania — in the company of in compania de · to have company haber compania · to keep (sb) company tener compania a
  2. ECON. compania, societate, interprisa — finance company compania de financiamento · insurance company compania de assecurantia · limited company societate anonyme

comparable comparabile
comparative comparative
compare comparar
comparison comparation — in comparison with in comparation a/con
compartment compartimento
compass bussola — compasses compasso
compassion compassion — to feel compassion for for compatir a
compassionate misericorde, compassionate
compatible compatibile
compel compeller, fortiar, obligar (un pers. a facer un c.)
compelling convincente, persuasive
compensate compensar, indemnisar
compensation compensation, indemnitate
compete competer, concurrer
competence competentia
competent competente
competing concurrente
competition competition, concurrentia
competitive competitive
competitor competitor, concurrente
compile compilar
complacency complacentia
complacent complacente
complain planger se, querelar
complaint plancto, querela
complement complemento
complementary complementari
complete

  • ⟨adj.⟩ complete
  • ⟨vt.⟩ compler

completion completion
complex

  • ⟨adj.⟩ complexe
  • ⟨n.⟩ complexo — Oedipus complex complexo de Edipo

complexion carnation
compliance accordo, conformitate
complicate complicar
complicated complicate
compliment

  • ⟨n.⟩ complimento — to pay compliments facer complimentos · with the compliments of homage de
  • ⟨vt.⟩ complimentar

complimentary complimentari
comply (with sth) obedir a, respectar
component ⟨adj. & n.⟩ componente
compose

  1. (= write; make up) componer
  2. (+ o.s.) calmar se

composed composite — to be composed of componer se de
composer compositor
composite composite
composition composition
compost composto
composure calma
compound1

  • ⟨adj.⟩ (+ substance, fracture, interest, word) composite
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= combination) combination, mixtura
  2. CHIM. composito
  3. LING. parola composite
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= combine) componer, miscer
  2. (= make worse) aggravar, pejorar

compound2 MILIT. base (militar)
comprehend comprehender, comprender
comprehension comprehension, comprension
comprehensive comprehensive, comprensive
compress

  • ⟨n.⟩ compressa
  • ⟨vt.⟩ comprimer, condensar

compression compression
compressor compressor
comprise comprehender, comprender — to be comprised of componer se de
compromise

  • ⟨n.⟩ compromisso
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= make concessions) facer concessiones, transiger
  2. (= reach agreement) venir a un compromisso
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (+ sb, their reputation) compromitter
  2. (= jeopardize) compromitter, impericular

compulsion compulsion
compulsive compulsive, irresistibile
compulsory compulsori, obligatori
computation computo
compute computar
computer computator
comrade camerada
Comus MYTH. Comus
concave concave
conceal

  1. (= hide) celar
  2. (= cover) teger

concede conceder
conceit vanitate
conceited vanitose
conceivable concipibile, ideabile
conceive

  1. (= imagine; believe) conciper, idear
  2. (+ child) conciper

concentrate concentrar
concentration concentration
concept concepto
conceptacle conceptaculo
conception conception
conceptive conceptive
concern

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= sb's business) affaire, problema — That's none of my concern. Non me importa. Non es mi problema.
  2. (= anxiety) anxietate, inquietude
  3. (= firm) firma, interprisa
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= relate to) concerner, reguardar
  2. (= worry) preoccupar, alarmar
  3. (o.s. with sb/sth) preoccupar se de

concerned anxie
concert ⟨n.⟩ concerto — to act in concert ager de concerto
concerted concertate
concertina concertina
concerto concerto
concession concession
conciliation consiliation
concise concise
conclude concluder
conclusion conclusion
conclusive conclusive
concoct

  1. (+ food) preparar, confectionar
  2. (+ story) inventar, imaginar

concoction confection, fiction
concord concordia
concrete

  • ⟨adj.⟩ (≠ abstract) concrete
  • ⟨modif.⟩ de beton
  • ⟨n.⟩ beton — reinforced concrete beton armate
  • ⟨vt.⟩ betonar

concurrent concurrente
concussion concussion
condemn condemnar
condemnation condemnation
condensation condensation
condense

  • ⟨vi.⟩ condensar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ condensar

condescend condescender
condescending condescendente
condition

  • ⟨n.⟩ condition — on condition that a condition que
  • ⟨vt.⟩ conditionar

conditional ⟨adj. & n.⟩ conditional
condolence condolentia
condom *condom, medio anticonceptional
condone *condonar, approbar, sanctionar, pardonar
condor condor
conducive conducente
conduct

  • ⟨n.⟩ (= behavior) conducta, comportamento
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= guide) ducer, conducer, menar, guidar
  2. (= perform, carry out) facer, exequer, effectuar
  3. (+ meeting, orchestra) diriger
  4. (+ heat, electricity) conducer
  5. (o.s.) conducer se, comportar se
safe conduct salveconducto

conductor

  1. (of bus) billetero
  2. (= guide) conductor
  3. MUS. director

cone

  1. GEOM. cono
  2. BOT. cono — fir cone cono de abiete · pine cone pinea · spruce cone cono de picea
  3. (for ice-cream) *cornetto

confectioner

  1. confectero
  2. (= confectioner's) confecteria

confederate

  • ⟨adj.⟩ confederate
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= ally) confederato
  2. (= accomplice) complice

confederation confederation
confer conferer
conference conferentia — press conference conferentia de pressa
confess confessar
confession confession
confessional *confessional
confetti confetti
confide

  1. (= entrust) confider
  2. (in sb) facer un confidentia a, confider in

confidence

  1. (= trust) fiducia
  2. (= assurance; secret) confidentia

confident confidente
confidential confidential
confine

  • ⟨n.⟩ confinio
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. confinar
  2. (o.s. to sth) restringer se a

confinement

  1. (= restriction) confinamento
  2. (= childbirth) puerperio

confirm confirmar
confirmation confirmation
confirmed inveterate
confiscate confiscar
confiscation confiscation
conflict

  • ⟨n.⟩ conflicto
  • ⟨vi.⟩ confliger

conform conformar se
conformable conforme (to a) conformity conformitate — in conformity with conforme a
confound confunder
confront confrontar
confrontation confrontation
Confucius Confucio
confuse confunder
confused confuse
confusion confusion
congeal

  • ⟨vi.⟩ congelar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ congelar

congenial congenial
congest congerer
congested

  1. (= crowded) congerite
  2. MED. injectate

congestion congestion
congratulate congratular, felicitar
congratulation congratulation, felicitation
congregate

  • ⟨vi.⟩ congregar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ congregar

congregation congregation
congress congresso
congressman congressista
conical conic
conifer conifere
conjecture

  • ⟨n.⟩ conjectura
  • ⟨v.⟩ conjecturar, conjicer

conjugal conjugal
conjugate conjugar
conjugation conjugation
conjunction conjunction — in conjunction with conjunctemente con
conjure

  • ⟨vi.⟩ prestigiar
  • ⟨vt.⟩ invocar

conjure up

  1. (= evoke) evocar
  2. (= produce by magic) facer apparer

conjurer prestigitator
conjuring prestidigitation
connect

  • ⟨vi.⟩ junger se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ connecter

connection connexion
connive connivar
connoisseur

  1. (= expert) cognoscitor
  2. (of food) gourmet

connotation connotation
connote connotar
conquer conquirer
conqueror conguisitor
conquest conquesta
conscience conscientia — matter of conscience caso de conscientia
conscientious conscientiose
conscious consciente — to be conscious of esser conscie de
consciousness conscientia — to lose/regain consciousness perder/reprender conscientia (or le sensos)
conscript

  • ⟨n.⟩ conscripto
  • ⟨vt.⟩ conscriber

consecrate consecrar
consecration consecration
consecutive consecutive
consensus consenso
consent

  • ⟨n.⟩ consentimento — by common consent de commun accordo
  • ⟨vi.⟩ consentir (to a)

consequence consequentia — in consequence of in consequentia de
consequent consequente, consecutive
consequently per consequente
conservation conservation
conservative

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= preservative) conservative
  2. POL. conservatori
  • ⟨n.⟩ conservator

conservatory conservatorio
conserve conservar
consider considerar
considerable considerabile
considerably assatis
considerate sollicite
consideration consideration — under consideration in consideration
consign consignar
consignment consignation
consist consister
consistency consistentia, coherentia
consistent

  1. (= coherent) consistente, coherente
  2. (≠ self-contradictory) consistente, conforme (with a)
  3. (= reliable, steady) constante

consolation consolation
console

  • ⟨n.⟩ consola
  • ⟨vt.⟩ consolar

consolidate consolidar
consonant ⟨adj. & n.⟩ consonante
consort

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= spouse) consorte, conjuge
  2. (= music band) ensemble [F]
  • ⟨vi.⟩ (with sb) frequentar

consortium *consortium
conspicuous conspicue — to be conspicuous by one's absence brillar per su absentia
conspiracy conspiration, complot [F]
conspirator conspirator
conspire conspirar
constable agente de policia
constat JUR. constat [kɔnsta(t)]
constant ⟨adj. & n.⟩ constante
constellation constellation
constipated constipate
constipation constipation
constituency districto electoral
constituent ⟨adj. & n.⟩ constituente
constitute constituer
constitution constitution
constrain constringer
constraint coercition
constrict constringer
construct construer
construction construction
constructive constructive
consul consule
consulate consulato
consult consultar
consultant consultor
consultation consultation
consume

  1. (= eat) consumer
  2. (of fire) comburer
  3. (= use up) exhaurir

consumer consumitor
consumption consumption
consumptive

  • ⟨adj.⟩ consumptive
  • ⟨n.⟩ consumptivo

contact

  • ⟨n.⟩ contacto — in contact with in contacto con
  • ⟨vt.⟩ continger

contagious contagiose
contain continer
container

  1. (= holder) receptaculo
  2. (of freight) *container

contaminate contaminar
contamination contamination
contemplate

  1. (= gaze at) contemplar
  2. (= consider) considerar (un cosa, facer un cosa)

contemporary

  • ⟨adj.⟩ contemporanee
  • ⟨n.⟩ contemporaneo

contempt contempto
contemptuous contemptuose
contend

  1. (= compete) competer (pro un cosa)
  2. (= struggle) contender, luctar (contra un pers.)
  3. (= assert) arguer, affirmar (que…)

contender contendente, contenditor
content1

  • ⟨adj.⟩ (= satisfied) contente, sastifacite (with de)
  • ⟨vt.⟩ (o.s. with) contentar se de

content2 (gener.; = sth contained) contento — table of contents summario
contest

  • ⟨n.⟩ concurso
  • ⟨vt.⟩ contestar

contestant concurrente
context contexto — to take sth out of context sortir un cosa de su contexto
continent ⟨adj. & n.⟩ continente
continental continental
contingency contingentia, eventualitate
contingent ⟨adj. & n.⟩ contingente
continual continue
continuation continuation
continue

  • ⟨vt.⟩ continuar (to do a facer)
  • ⟨vi.⟩ continuar se

continuity continuitate
continuous continue
contort contorquer
contortion contortion
contour contorno
contraband contrabando
contraception anticonception
contraceptive

  • ⟨adj.⟩ anticonceptional
  • ⟨n.⟩ medio anticonceptional

contract

  • ⟨n.⟩ contracto
  • ⟨vi.⟩ contraher se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ contraher

contraction contraction
contractor interprenditor, contractista — building contractor interprenditor de construction · haulage contractor interprenditor de transportos
contradict contradicer
contradiction contradiction
contradictory contradictori
contralto contralto
contraption apparato, machina
contrary

  • ⟨adj.⟩ adverse, contrari
  • ⟨n.⟩ contrario — on the contrary al contrario
contrary to ⟨prep.⟩ contrarimente a

contrast

  • ⟨n.⟩ contrasto — by contrast al contrario
  • ⟨vi.⟩ contrastar
  • ⟨vt.⟩ mitter in contrasto

contravene contravenir, infringer
contravention contravention
contribute contribuer
contribution

  1. contribution
  2. ECON. apporto

contribution contribution
contrive arrangiar
control

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= command) controlo — out of control foras de controlo &middot, birth control limitation del natalitate
  2. (= direction) direction
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= check) controlar
  2. (= govern) diriger, governar
radio control ⟨n.⟩ teleguidage ⟨vt.⟩ teleguidar

controversial controverse, polemic
controversy controversia, polemica
convalesce convalescer
convalescence convalescentia
convalescent convalescente
convene

  • ⟨vi.⟩ convenir, assemblar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ convocar

convenience commoditate, convenientia
convenient commode
convent convento
convention convention
conventional conventional
converge converger
conversant (= with) versate in, al currente de
conversation conversation
converse1

  • ⟨adj.⟩ contrari, inverse
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= contrary) opposito
  2. MATH. *reciproco

converse2 (= talk) conversar
conversely reciprocamente
conversion conversion
convert

  • ⟨n.⟩ converso
  • ⟨vi.⟩ (to a religion) converter se a
  • ⟨vt.⟩ converter

converter *convertitor — analog-to-digital converter transformator analogic a digital
convertible convertibile
convex convexe
convey

  1. (= transfer) traducer
  2. (= transmit) transmitter
  3. (= carry) transportar

convict

  • ⟨n.⟩ convicto
  • ⟨vt.⟩ convince

conviction

  1. (= belief) conviction
  2. (for crime) condemnation

convince convincer (of de; to do de facer)
convincing ⟨adj.⟩ convincente
convoy

  • ⟨n.⟩ convio, convoyo
  • ⟨vt.⟩ convoyar, escortar

convulsion convulsion
cook

  • ⟨n.⟩ cocinero
  • ⟨vt.⟩ cocer
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= undergo cooking) cocer
  2. (= do the cooking) cocinar

cookbook libro de cocina
cooker apparato a cocer — pressure cooker autoclave
cookery cocina
cookie biscuit
cooking cocina, coction
cool

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= slightly cold) fresc
  2. (= collected) calme, tranquille
  3. (= detached) indifferente
  4. (+ color) frigide
  5. (= great) cool, phantastic
  • ⟨n.⟩ (= composure) calma, sanguine frigide — to keep one's cool remaner calme
  • ⟨vi.⟩ refrescar se, frigidar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ refrescar, frigidar

cooler

  1. (= cooling machine) refrigerator — air-cooler climatisator · water-cooler distributor de aqua frigide · wine-cooler situla refrigerante
  2. (= ice chest) glaciera

coolness frescor
coop galliniera
coop up recluder, includer
cooperate cooperar
cooperation cooperation
cooperative

  • ⟨adj.⟩ cooperative
  • ⟨n.⟩ cooperativa

coordinate

  • ⟨adj.⟩ coordinate
  • ⟨n.⟩ coordinata
  • ⟨vi.⟩ coordinar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ coordinar

coordination coordination
cope1 (with sth)

  1. (= contend) luctar contra
  2. (= manage) arrangiar se

cope2 (= type of cloak) pluvial
Copenhagen Copenhagen
copious copiose
copper

  • ⟨modif.⟩ de cupro
  • ⟨n.⟩ cupro

copse boschetto
copula GRAM. copula, verbo copulative
copulate copular se
copy

  • ⟨n.⟩ (= reproduction) copia, — carbon copy copia al (papiro) carbon · top copy original · to make a copy of reproducer
  1. (= specimen) exemplar
  • ⟨vt.⟩ copiar

copyright copyright
coral corallo
cord corda — spinal cord medulla spinal · umbilical cord funiculo · vocal cords cordas vocal
cordial ⟨adj. & n.⟩ cordial
cordon cordon
corduroy villuto costate
coral corallo
coralliform coralliforme
coralline

  • ⟨adj.⟩ corallin
  • ⟨n.⟩ corallina

core

  1. (= nucleus) nucleo
  2. (of fruit) corde

cork

  • ⟨n.⟩ corco
  • ⟨vt.⟩ corcar

corkscrew tiracorcos
corn

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= grain) grano, cereales
  2. (= maize) mais
  3. (= hard skin) callo
  • ⟨vt.⟩ insalar

corner

  • ⟨adj.⟩ angular
  • ⟨n.⟩ angulo
  • ⟨vi.⟩ (= turn) *virar
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= trap) accular
  2. (= monopolize, as the market) monopolisar, *accaparar

cornerstone petra angular
cornet

  1. MUS. cornetta
  2. (= ice cream cone) *cornetto

cornflakes floccos de mais
cornflour farina de mais
corollary corollario
coronary coronari
coronation coronation
corporal

  • ⟨adj.⟩ corporal
  • ⟨n.⟩ caporal

corporation

  1. (= guild) corporation
  2. (= city council) consilio municipal
  3. (= incorporated company) societate anonyme

corps corpore
corpse cadavere
correct

  • ⟨adj.⟩ correcte
  • ⟨vt.⟩ corriger

correction (gener.) correction — house of correction casa de correction
correlate correlatar
correlation correlation
correspond corresponder
correspondence correspondentia
correspondent ⟨adj. & n.⟩ correspondente
corresponding correspondente
corridor corridor
corrode

  • ⟨vi.⟩ corroder se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ corroder

corrosion corrosion
corrosive

  • ⟨adj.⟩ corrosive
  • ⟨n.⟩ *corrosivo

corrugate corrugar
corrupt

  • ⟨adj.⟩ corrupte
  • ⟨vt.⟩ corrumper

corruption corruption
corset corset
Corsica *Corsica
Corsican

  • ⟨adj.⟩ *corse
  • ⟨n.⟩ *corso

cortex cortice
cosh

  • ⟨n.⟩ massa
  • ⟨vt.⟩ massar

cosmetic

  • ⟨adj.⟩ cosmetic
  • ⟨n.⟩ cosmetico

comestics cosmetica
cosmic cosmic
cosmonaut *cosmonauta
cosmopolitan ⟨adj. & n.⟩ cosmopolita
cosmos cosmo
Cossack

  • ⟨adj.⟩ cosac
  • ⟨n.⟩ cosaco

cost

  • ⟨n.⟩ costo — at all costs a omne costo · without cost gratis
  • ⟨vi.⟩ costar
  • ⟨vt.⟩ evalutar

Costa Rica Costa Rica
Costa Rican

  • ⟨adj.⟩ costarican
  • ⟨n.⟩ costaricano

costly costose
costume costume — swimming costume costume de banio
cosy commode
cot lecto de infante
Côte d'Ivoire Costa de Ebore cottage cabana
cotton coton
cottonwool watta
couch

  • ⟨n.⟩ lecto de reposo
  • ⟨vi.⟩ jacer
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= lay) reposar
  2. (= express) exprimer

couchette *couchette
cougar puma, leon de montania
cough

  • ⟨n.⟩ tusse — whooping cough pertusse
  • ⟨vi.⟩ tussir

council consilio
councilor consiliero
counsel

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= advice) consilio
  2. (= barrister) advocato
  • ⟨v.⟩ consiliar

count1

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= reckoning) computo
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= matter) importar
  2. (on sb) contar super
  • ⟨vt.⟩ contar

count2

  1. (= earl) conte

countdown computo a retro
counter

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (in shop) banco
  2. (= sb/sth that counts) contator
  • ⟨vt.⟩ contrariar

counterattack

  • ⟨n.⟩ *contraattacco
  • ⟨v.⟩ *contraattaccar

counterclockwise in senso *antihorologic
counterfeit

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. contrafacte
  2. (+ money) false
  • ⟨n.⟩ contrafaction
  • ⟨vt.⟩ contrafacer

counterfoil talon
counterpart pendant [F] /pandan/, *homologo, equivalente
countess contessa
countless innumerabile
country

  • ⟨modif.⟩ campestre
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= land) pais — native country patria
  2. (= countryside) campania

countryside campania
county contato
coup (= great achievement) colpo de maestro — coup de grâce colpo de gratia · coup d'État colpo de stato
couple

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= pair) copula
  2. (married) sposos
  • ⟨vt.⟩ (= train carriages) accopular, connecter — two things are coupled (fig.) duo cosas se combina

coupon coupon
courage corage
courageous coragiose
courier currero, messagero
course

  1. (= direction of ship)route, curso — to change course cambiar de route · to go off course deviar de su route · to hold one's course mantener le route · to set course for facer route pro
  2. (of river) curso
  3. (of planet) orbita
  4. (= duration, process) curso — the course of history/events le curso del historia/eventos · during the course of a year durante un anno, in le curso de un anno · in due course in tempore debite
  5. (of action) via, option, possibilitate
  6. (= classes) curso — to take a course in geography facer (or sequer) un curso de geographia
  7. CULIN. platto
  8. (of golf) percurso, campo
of course naturalmente, certo

court

  • ⟨n.⟩ corte — court martial consilio de guerra, tennis court terreno de tennis
  • ⟨vt.⟩ cortesar, facer le corte a

courteous cortese
courtesy cortesia
courtyard *cortil
cousin cosino, f. cosina
cove parve baia
covenant

  • ⟨n.⟩ convention, pacto
  • ⟨v.⟩ facer un convention, promitter

cover

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= covering) copertura
  2. (= lid) coperculo
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= put over) coperir
  2. (= travel) percurrer

covet concupiscer
cow

  • ⟨n.⟩ vacca
  • ⟨vt.⟩ intimidar

coward coardo
cowardly coarde
cowboy *cowboy /ˈkau̯bɔj/, vacchero
cower quattar tremulante
cowhand vacchero
cowshed boveria
coy modeste, timide
coyote *coyote
crab cancere
crack

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= split) fissura
  2. (= sharp snapping sound) crac

crack

  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= split) finder se
  2. (= make a sharp snapping sound) craccar
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= split) finder
  2. (+ joke) lanciar

cracker

  1. (= biscuit) biscuit
  2. (= fire) petardo

crackle crepitar
crackling

  1. (= noise) crepitation
  2. CULIN. pelle rostite (de porco)

cradle

  • ⟨n.⟩ cuna
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= rock in cradle) cunar
  2. (= put in cradle) incunar

craft

  1. (= cunning) astutia
  2. (= ship) nave, vascello
  3. (= trade) mestiero

craftsman artisano, maestro
craftsmanship maestria
crafty astute
crag rocca prominente
cram reimpler
cramp

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. MED. crampo
  2. (= tool) crampa
  • ⟨vt.⟩ impedir

crane

  • ⟨n.⟩ grue
  • ⟨vi.⟩ tender le collo

crash

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= collision) collision
  2. ECON. crac, *crash
  3. (= sound) crac, fracasso
  • ⟨vi.⟩ collider

-crat (suffix: Greek κρᾰ́τος, "might"; e.g. "aristocrat", "bureaucrat") -crate
crate cassa de imballage
crater crater
crave appeter, desirar ardentemente
crawl

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. SPORT *crawl
  2. pub crawl tour del tavernas
  • ⟨vi.⟩ reper

crayon pastello
craze

  1. (= madness) follia
  2. (= enthusiasm) mania
  3. (= fashion) moda

crazy demente, folle
creak strider
cream crema — ice cream gelato
creamy cremose
crease

  • ⟨n.⟩ ruga — crease-resistant *antiruga, inarrugabile
  • ⟨vt.⟩ rugar

create crear
creation creation
creative creative
creator creator
creature creatura
crèche asylo infantil
credentials

  1. (= documents) litteras de credentia
  2. (= skills) qualificationes

credible credibile
credit

  • ⟨adj.⟩ *creditori
  • ⟨n.⟩ credito
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. ECON. creditar
  2. (= believe) creder

creditor creditor
creed credo
creep

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= act of creeping) repimento
  2. GEO. glissamento gradual
  3. (= unexpected development)function creep uso de un technologia ultra su objectivos initial · mission creep superamento del objectivos de un mission
  4. (= creepy guy) typo dubitose (or repulsive, bizarre), eccentrico
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= crawl) reper, reptar
  2. (= climb) scander lentemente

creep out

  • ⟨vi.⟩ sortir sin facer ruito
  • ⟨vt.⟩ facer pavor a

creep up (on sb) approchar se silentiosemente a
creepy horripilante
cremate cremar
cremation cremation
crematorium crematorio
creosote creosoto
crescendo crescendo
crescent ⟨adj. & n.⟩ crescente
cress cresson
crest

  1. (= top) cresta
  2. (in heraldry) blason

crestfallen abattite
crevice fissura
crew equipage
crib

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (for animals) mangiatoria
  2. (for babies) *crippa
  3. (= cheat's copy) copia (celate)
  • ⟨vi.⟩ (= cheat in school) copiar (celatemente)
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= confine) confinar
  2. (= plagiarize) plagiar

cricket1 SPORT cricket
cricket2 ZOOL. grillo
crime crimine
criminal ⟨adj. & n.⟩ criminal
crimson

  • ⟨adj.⟩ *carmesin
  • ⟨n.⟩ *carmesino

cringe

  1. (= fawn) submitter se, ager servilemente
  2. (= cower) recular per pavor
  3. (= wince in embarrassment) grimassar de vergonia

crinkle

  • ⟨vi.⟩ crispar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ crispar

cripple

  • ⟨n.⟩ stropiato
  • ⟨vt.⟩ stropiar

crisis crise
crisp crispe
crisps *chips
criterion criterio
critic critico
critical critic
criticism critica
criticize criticar
croak

  • ⟨n.⟩ coax
  • ⟨vi.⟩ coaxar

Croatia Croatia
Croatian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ croate
  • ⟨n.⟩ croato

crockery ceramica, olleria
crocodile crocodilo
crocus crocus
croissant croissant /kroasan/
crook

  1. (= criminal) criminal
  2. (= shepherd's) croc

crooked

  1. (= twisted) torte
  2. (= wicked) prave

crop

  • ⟨n.⟩ recolta
  • ⟨vt.⟩ tonder

crop up apparer, arrivar
croquet croquet
cross

  • ⟨adj.⟩ de mal humor
  • ⟨n.⟩ cruce
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= intersect; breed) cruciar
  2. (= go across) transversar
  3. (= make the sign of the Cross; + o.s.) signar se

cross cross out cancellar
cross-breeding hybridation
cross-examination *contrainterrogatorio
cross-examine *contrainterrogar
cross-eyed strabe
cross-reference *contrareferentia
cross-section section transverse
crossbar transversa
crossbow arcoballista
crossing

  1. (= intersection) cruciamento, intersection
  2. (= place to cross road) passage — level crossing passage a nivello · river crossing vado · zebra crossing passage pedestre
  3. (= journey) *traversata

crossroads cruciata (de vias)
crosswalk passage pro pedones
crossword puzzle (enigma de) parolas cruciate
crotchet *semiminima
crouch quattar
crow

  • ⟨n.⟩ corvo
  • ⟨vi.⟩ cantar

crowbar vecte
crowd

  • ⟨n.⟩ grege, turba
  • ⟨vi.⟩ affluer
  • ⟨vt.⟩ incombrar, plenar

crowded incombrate, plen
crown

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= ornament) corona
  2. (≈ ecu) scuto
  • ⟨vt.⟩ coronar

crowning coronation
crucial critic, decisive
crucifix crucifixo
crucifixion crucifixion
crucify crucifiger
crude

  1. (= raw) crude
  2. (= rude) rude

crudity cruditate
cruel cruel
cruelty cruelitate
cruise

  • ⟨n.⟩ cruciera
  • ⟨vi.⟩ cruciar

cruiser cruciator
crumb mica
crumble

  • ⟨vi.⟩ collaber, disintegrar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ micar

crumple

  • ⟨vi.⟩ corruger se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ corrugar

crunch

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= noise) crac
  2. (= climax) culmine
  • ⟨vt.⟩ masticar con ruito

crusade cruciada
crusader *cruciato
crush

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= crowd) turba
  2. (= affection) affection
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= squeeze) contunder
  2. (= destroy) vincer
  3. (= flatten) applattar
  4. (+ grapes) pressar

crust crusta
crustacean

  • ⟨adj.⟩ crustacee
  • ⟨n.⟩ crustaceo

crusty

  1. (of bread) crustose
  2. (of people) irritabile

crutch crucia
cry

  • ⟨n.⟩ crito
  • ⟨v.⟩
  1. (= shout) critar
  2. (= weep) plorar

crypt crypta
cryptic enigmatic, secrete
crystal

  • ⟨modif.⟩ crystallin, de crystallo
  • ⟨n.⟩ crystallo

crystallize

  • ⟨vt.⟩ crystallisar
  • ⟨vi.⟩ crystallisar se

cub

  1. (of bear) ursino
  2. (of fox) vulpino
  3. (of lion) leonino
  4. (of wolf) lupino
  5. (= scout) *boy-scout junior

Cuba Cuba
Cuban

  • ⟨adj.⟩ cuban
  • ⟨n.⟩ cubano

cube

  • ⟨n.⟩ cubo — ice cube cubetto de glacie
  • ⟨vt.⟩ cubar

cubic cubic
cubicle cubiculo
cuckoo cucu
cucumber cucumbre
cuddle imbraciar
cuddly caressabile
cue

  1. (in billiards) baston
  2. THEAT. parola indice

cuff

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= blow) colpo de mano
  2. (on sleeve) manchette
  3. (on pants, boots) reverso
  • ⟨vt.⟩ colpar

cufflinks buttones geminate
culinary culinari
cult culto
cultivate cultivar
cultural cultural
culture cultura
cultured culte
cumbersome embarassose
cumin cumino
cumulus cumulo
cunning

  • ⟨adj.⟩ astute
  • ⟨n.⟩ astutia

cup

  1. (= container) tassa
  2. (= goblet, trophy) cuppa
  3. (= chalice) calice

cupboard armario
cupful tassata
cur canastro
curable curabile, sanabile, medicabile
curate vicario parochial, curato
curator curator
curb

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= brake) freno
  2. (= kerb) bordo
  • ⟨vt.⟩ retener

curdle cualiar se
cure

  • ⟨n.⟩ remedio
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= heal) curar, guarir, sanar
  2. (with smoke) fumar

curfew coperifoco
curiosity curiositate
curious curiose
curl

  • ⟨n.⟩ bucla
  • ⟨vi.⟩ buclar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ buclar

curler ferro a buclar
curly crispe
currant ribes
currency moneta, numerario — hard/soft currency moneta forte/debile
current

  • ⟨adj.⟩ actual, currente
  • ⟨n.⟩ currente — alternating/direct current currente alternative/continue

curry

  • ⟨n.⟩ *cari — chicken curry pullo al indiana
  • ⟨vt.⟩ preparar al *cari

curse

  • ⟨n.⟩ malediction
  • ⟨vi.⟩ blasphemar
  • ⟨vt.⟩ maledicer

cursed maledicte
curt brusc
curtail accurtar
curtain

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (gener.; fig.) cortina,
  2. THEAT. tela
  • ⟨vt.⟩ incortinar

curtsy

  • ⟨n.⟩ reverentia
  • ⟨vi.⟩ facer un reverentia

curve

  • ⟨n.⟩ curva
  • ⟨vi.⟩ curvar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ curvar

cushion

  • ⟨n.⟩ cossino
  • ⟨vt.⟩ amortir

cusp ARCH., BOT., MATH. cuspide — on the cusp of al alba de, al limine de
cusp-shaped cuspidiforme
custard crema dulce (de ovos e lacte, o de farina a mais e lacte)
custodian custode
custody custodia — to keep in custody custodiar, detener
custom

  1. (= habit) costume
  2. (= duty) derecto

customary costumari, usual
customer cliente — customers clientela
customs

  • ⟨modif.⟩ *doanal
  • ⟨n.⟩ doana — to clear through customs *disdoanar

cut

  • ⟨n.⟩ sectura
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. secar
  2. (into sth) incider, incisar
  3. (= shape) taliar

cut down

  1. (+ tree) abatter
  2. (= with a scythe) falcar
  3. (= reduce) reducer

cut in insecar
cut off

  1. (= sever) abscinder, amputar
  2. (= isolate) isolar

cut out

  1. excider, taliar
  2. (= stop) cessar — Cut it out! Basta!

cute

  1. (= adorable) adorabile
  2. (= amusing) amusante, comic

cuticle cuticula
cutlery cultelleria
cutlet cotelette
cutoff ⟨adj.⟩ (= date) limite, ultime
cut-price, cut-rate a precio reducte
cutting ⟨adj.⟩ trenchante
cutting

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= incision) incision
  2. (of newspaper) retalio
  3. (= plant) planton

cycle

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= period, etc.) cyclo
  2. (= bicycle) bicycletta
  • ⟨vi.⟩ bicyclar

cyclist bicyclista
cyclone cyclon
cylinder cylindro
cylindrical cylindric
cymbal cymbalo
cynic cynico
cynical cynic
cynicism cynismo
cypress cypresso
Cypriot

  • ⟨adj.⟩ cypriota
  • ⟨n.⟩ cyprio, cypriota

Cyprus Cypro
czar czar
Czech

  • ⟨adj.⟩ chec /t͡ʃ-/
  • ⟨n.⟩ checo

Czechia Chechia
Czechoslovakia Checoslovachia
Czechoslovakian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ checoslovac /t͡ʃ-/
  • ⟨n.⟩ checoslovaco

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dab

  • ⟨n.⟩ (= quick light stroke) colpo legier, *colpetto
  • ⟨vt.⟩ toccar dulcemente, *colpettar

dabble agitar; occupar se como dilettante
dad, daddy papa
daffodil narcisso silvestre
daft folle, stupide
dagger daga, pugnal
dahlia dahlia
daily

  • ⟨adj.⟩ quotidian
  • ⟨adv.⟩ omne die
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= charwoman) domestica (nonresidente)
  2. (= newspaper) *quotidiano

dainty

  • ⟨adj.⟩ delicate
  • ⟨n.⟩ delicatessa

dairy

  • ⟨adj.⟩ lactari
  • ⟨n.⟩ lacteria

daisy margarita
dam

  • ⟨n.⟩ barrage, dica
  • ⟨vt.⟩ barrar

damage

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. damno, injuria
  2. (pl.; = compensation) indemnitate
  • ⟨vt.⟩ damnificar, guastar

damn

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= condemned to hell) damnate — Damn you! Sia maledicite! Va al diabolo!
  2. (= annoying, despicable) maledicite, de merda
  • ⟨interj.⟩ Diabolo!
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= condemned to hell) damnar
  2. (= destine to unhappy fate) maledicer
  3. (fig.) criticar severemente

damnable damnabile
damnation damnation
damp

  • ⟨adj.⟩ humide
  • ⟨n.⟩ humiditate

dampen

  1. (= wet) humectar
  2. (+ enthusiasm) amortir

damper

  1. (of car) *amortisator
  2. (of furnace) registro

damper amortisator
dampproof impermeabile
damsel *domnicella, *doncella
damson damasceno
dance

  • ⟨n.⟩ dansa
  • ⟨vi.⟩ dansar

dancer dansator, f. dansatrice
dandelion dente de leon
dandruff furfure
dane danese
danger periculo — out of danger foras de periculo
dangerous periculose
dangle

  • ⟨vi.⟩ esser suspense
  • ⟨vt.⟩ suspender

Danish ⟨adj. & n.⟩ danese
dank humide
dare

  • ⟨n.⟩ defia
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (to do) osar + (inf.) — I dare say that… Io sponde que…
  2. (sb to do sth) defiar (un pers. a facer un c.)

daring

  • ⟨adj.⟩ audace, hardite
  • ⟨n.⟩ audacia, harditessa

dark

  • ⟨adj.⟩ obscur, tenebrose
  • ⟨n.⟩ tenebras

darken obscurar
darkness obscuritate, tenebras
darkroom camera obscur
darling

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= beloved) adorate, car
  2. (= charming) incantator
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= loved one) caro, f. cara, amor
  2. (= favorite) favorito

darn sarcir
dart

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= weapon) *dardo
  2. (for game) *flechetta
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. precipitar se subitemente
  2. (in/out) entrar/sortir como un flecha

dartboard scopo pro flechettas
dash

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= going somewhere quickly) cursa — the 100-meter dash le 100 metros · to make a dash for precipitar se verso
  2. (= small quantity of liquid) gutta
  3. (= of seasoning) *pinciata
  4. (= of color) tocca
  5. (= punctuation mark) lineetta
  6. (Morse code) linea
  7. (= panache) stilo, elegantia
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. precipitar se
  2. (across sth) transversar como un flecha
  3. (off) partir como un flecha
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= hurl) lancear forte
  2. (= smash) rumper

dashboard pannello a instrumentos
dashing galliarde
data-processing elaboration de datos
data datos
date1 (= fruit) dactylo
date2

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (on calendar) data — out of date (= outdated) antiquate, obsolete, (= expired) perimite · to date usque al presente, usque ora · up to date actual, moderne, (= fashionable) al moda
  2. (= romantic meeting) appunctamento
  3. (= boyfriend or girlfriend) amante
  • ⟨vi.⟩ datar (from de)
  • ⟨vt.⟩ datar, determinar le data de

daub coperir, revestir
daughter filia
daughter-in-law filia affin
daunt intimidar
dawdle perder le tempore, tardar
dawn

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= daybreak) alba, aurora
  2. (= beginning) initio
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. comenciar a parer
  2. It dawned on me. Io me appercipeva de illo.

dawning

  • ⟨adj.⟩ nascente
  • ⟨n.⟩ (= beginning) initio

day die, jorno — by day de die · flag day (for charity) die de questa · from day to day de die in die · Good day! Bon die! · some day un die, olim · the day before yesterday / after tomorrow anteheri / postdeman · this very day hodie mesmo · work day die de labor
daybreak alba
daydream

  • ⟨n.⟩ reverie
  • ⟨vi.⟩ soniar vigile (or eveliate)

daylight lumine del die — in broad daylight in plen die
daze

  • ⟨n.⟩ esturdimento
  • ⟨vt.⟩ esturdir

dazzle

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= blinding) cecamento
  2. (= pomp) pompa
  • ⟨vt.⟩ cecar

de-ice disgelar, *dispruinar
de-icer *dispruinator
deacon diacono
deactivate disactivar
dead morte — in the dead of the night in le medio del nocte
deaden (+ sound, impact) amortir
deadline data limite, data ultime
deadlock impasse
the Dead Sea le Mar Morte
deaf

  1. surde
  2. (+ aid) acustic

deaf-mute surdemute
deafen assurdar
deafening ⟨adj.⟩ assurdante
deal1

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= bargain) negotio, transaction
  2. (of cards) distribution de cartas, mano
  • ⟨vi.⟩ (= do business) mercar, commerciar (in un c.)
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (+ blow) dar
  2. (+ card) distribuer
  3. (= sell) distribuer, vender

deal with

  1. (= trade) commerciar con
  2. (= treat) arrangiar
  3. (= concern) tractar se de

deal2 BOT. abiete
dealer mercante, negotiante, venditor
dean decano
dear car
death morte, decesso — to put to death poner a morte · to sentence to death condemnar a morte
deathly fatal, mortifere
debar excluder
debase

  1. (= degrade) degradar
  2. (+ coinage) alterar

debatable debattibile, discutibile
debate

  • ⟨n.⟩ debatto, discussion
  • ⟨vi.⟩ debatter, discuter

debauch

  1. (= corrupt the virtue of) depravar, perverter
  2. (= subvert the integrity of) incanaliar

debauchery depravation
debit

  • ⟨n.⟩ debito
  • ⟨vt.⟩ debitar

debris fragmentos, restos
debt debito — to be in debt esser indebitate · to run into debt indebitar se
debtor debitor
debute debut
decade decennio
decadent decadente
decant transvasar
decanter carrafa
decapitate decapitar
decarbonize discarburar
decathlon *decathlon
decay

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= rot) decomposition, decadentia — to fall into decay cader in decadentia (or ruinas)
  2. (of tooth) carie
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= rot) decader, decomponer
  2. (+ tooth) cariar

decayed

  1. (= decrepit) decadite, decrepite
  2. (+ tooth) cariate
  3. (rotten) putride

decease

  • ⟨n.⟩ decesso
  • ⟨vi.⟩ deceder

deceased

  • ⟨adj.⟩ decedite
  • ⟨n.⟩ decedito

deceit deception
deceitful fallace, fraudulente
deceive illuder, deciper
decelerate *decelerar, lentar, relentar
deceleration allentamento, relentamento
December decembre
decency decentia, honestate
decent decente, acceptabile, honeste
decentralize discentralisar
deception deception
deceptive fallace, illusori
decibel decibel
decide decider, resolver se — to decide in favor of / against decider pro / contra · to decide on optar pro
decided decise, incontestabile
deciduous *caduc
decimal

  • ⟨adj.⟩ decimal
  • ⟨n.⟩ fraction decimal

decipher decifrar
decision decision, resolution — to come to a decision prender un partito
decisive decisive
deck1

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (of ship) deck, ponte
  2. (of bus) etage — top deck imperial
  3. (of cards) joco

deck2 ⟨vt.⟩ ornar
deck out vestir
deckchair sede plicabile
deckhand marinero
declaration declaration
declare declarar
declension declination
declination declination
decline

  • ⟨n.⟩ declino
  • ⟨vi.⟩ decader
  • ⟨vt.⟩ (= refuse; GRAM.) declinar

declining declinante
declutch disaccopular, disingranar
decode decifrar
decompose

  • ⟨vi.⟩ decomponer se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ decomponer

decorate decorar, guarnir
decoration decoration, guarnimento
decoy

  • ⟨n.⟩ ave de appello, esca
  • ⟨vt.⟩ escar

decrease

  • ⟨n.⟩ diminution
  • ⟨vi. & vt.⟩ diminuer

decree

  • ⟨n.⟩ decreto
  • ⟨vt.⟩ decretar

decrepit decrepite
dedicate consacrar, dedicar
dedicated dedicate, scrupulose
dedication dedication
deduce deducer
deduct deducer, discontar
deduction deduction
deed acto — evil deed maleficio · title deed titulo de proprietate
deep

  1. (= profound) profunde
  2. (= low-pitched) grave

deepen

  • ⟨vi.⟩ approfundar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ approfundar

deep-freeze congelator
deep-seated radical
deer cervo
deface disfigurar
default

  • ⟨modif.⟩ per defecto
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= base condition) valor per defecto
  2. (= absence of alternatives) mancatia de alternativas
  3. (= failure to repay) fallimento
  4. (= failure to appear in court) contumacia, non-comparition
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (on a debt) non (poter) pagar
  2. (= not show up at contest) non presentar se
  3. (= not appear in court) non comparer
  4. INFORM. seliger per defecto

defeat

  • ⟨n.⟩ défaite [F] /defɛt/, disfacta, vincimento
  • ⟨vt.⟩ disfacer, vincer, batter

defeatism defaitismo
defeatist ⟨adj. & n.⟩ defaitista
defect

  • ⟨n.⟩ defecto
  • ⟨vi.⟩ desertar, facer defection

defection defection, desertion
defector desertor, transfuga
defective defective
defend defender
defendant accusator
defender defensor
defense defensa
defensible defensibile
defensive

  • ⟨adj.⟩ defensive
  • ⟨n.⟩ — on the defensive super le defensiva

defer1 (= postpone) differer, postpone
defer2

  • ⟨vi.⟩ (to sb) deferer a
  • ⟨vt.⟩ (sth to sb) confider

deference deferentia
deferential deferente
defiance defiantia
defiant defiante
deficiency deficientia
deficient deficiente
deficit deficit
defile1

  1. (= make foul) polluer
  2. (= tarnish) macular
  3. (= desecrate) profanar

defile2

  • ⟨n.⟩ GEO. gorga
  • ⟨vi.⟩ marchar in fila, defilar

define definir
definite decise, definite
definitely categoricamente, decisemente
definition definition
deflate deflar
deflation deflation
deflect derivar, disviar
deform deformar
deformed deforme
defraud defraudar
defrost disgelar
deft dextere
defunct

  • ⟨adj.⟩ defuncte
  • ⟨n.⟩ defuncto

defy affrontar, defiar
degenerate

  • ⟨adj.⟩ degenerate;v degenerar

degradation degradation
degrade degradar
degrading degradante
degree

  1. (= level) grado
  2. ACAD. diploma, licentia

dehydrate dishydratar
dehydration dishydration
deity deitate
dejected abattite
dejection abattimento
delay

  • ⟨n.⟩ demora, retardo
  • ⟨vi.⟩ retardar
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= keep back) retardar
  2. (+ payment) arretrar

delegate

  • ⟨n.⟩ delegato
  • ⟨vt.⟩ delegar

delegation delegation
delete deler
deletion deletion
deliberate

  • ⟨adj.⟩ deliberate
  • ⟨vi. & vt.⟩ deliberar

delicacy delicatessa
delicate delicate
delicious deliciose
delight

  • ⟨n.⟩ delecto
  • ⟨vi.⟩ delectar se

delighted incantate
delightful amene
delightful delectabile
delinquency delinquentia
delinquent ⟨adj. & n.⟩ delinquente
delirious delirante — to be delirious delirar
deliver

  1. (= goods) livrar
  2. MED. delivrar
  3. (= set free) liberar, delivrar
  4. (+ speech) pronunciar

delivery

  1. (of goods) livration
  2. MED. delivration
  3. (= setting free) liberation, delivration

deliveryman livrator
delta delta
delude

  1. (+ sb) deluder, illusionar — to delude sb into thinking that… facer creder a un pers. que…
  2. (+ o.s.) blandir se

deluge

  • ⟨n.⟩ diluvio
  • ⟨vt.⟩ inundar

delusion delusion, illusion, chimera
delusional MED. delirante
delve

  1. (= dig, burrow) foder
  2. (= into a subject) immerger se in

demand

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= urgent request) exigentia
  2. ECON. demanda — on demand a demanda
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= request urgently) exiger
  2. (= require) requirer

demarcate demarcar
demarcation demarcation
demean1 (o.s.; = behave) conducer se demean2 (= debase) degradar
demeanor

  1. (= behavior) conducta, comportamento
  2. (= appearance)

demented demente
demilitarize dismilitarisar
demister ventilator
democracy democratia
democrat democrate
democratic democratic
demolish demolir
demolition demolition
demon demone
demonic
demonstrate

  1. (= illustrate, prove) demonstrar
  2. (= protest) manifestar

demonstration

  1. (= display, proof) demonstration
  2. (= protest) manifestation

demonstrative

  • ⟨adj.⟩ demonstrative
  • ⟨n.⟩ GRAM. demonstrativo

demonstrator

  1. COMMERC. demonstrator
  2. (= protester) manifestante

demoralize dismoralisar
demote reducer a un grado inferior
demure modeste
den antro, cava — lion's den leoniera
denarius denario
denationalize disnationalisar
denial denegation
denim

  • ⟨adj.⟩ de denim, de jean
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= fabric) denim, jean
  2. (pl.; = blue jeans) (blue) jeans, blue jeans

Denmark Danmark
denomination

  1. (= class, name) denomination
  2. RELIG. confession

denominator denominator
denote denotar
denounce denunciar
dense dense, spisse
density densitate, spissor
dent

  • ⟨n.⟩ indentation, marca de colpo
  • ⟨vt.⟩ indentar, marcar

dental dental
dentist dentista
dentistry dentisteria
denture dentatura
deny

  1. (= reject as untrue) negar
  2. (= disown) renegar
  3. (o.s. sth) abnegar

deodorant disodorante
depart partir
department

  1. (= admin. division) departimento
  2. (= ministry) ministerio
  3. (= faculty) facultate
  4. (= section) section

departure partita
depend depender
depot

  1. (= depository) deposito
  2. (= for trams, etc) remissa

deprave depravar
depraved depravate
depravity depravation
depreciate depreciar
depreciation depreciation
depress deprimer
depressed depresse
depression depression
deprivation deprivation
deprive privar
deprived

  1. (= necessitous) destitute
  2. (= bereft) private (of de)

depth

  1. profunditate
  2. (= deep place) profundo

deputation deputation
deputize deputar
deputy

  • ⟨adj.⟩ adjuncte
  • ⟨n.⟩ adjuncto, deputato

derail

  • ⟨vi.⟩ derailar
  • ⟨vt.⟩ facer derailar

derailment derailamento
derelict derelicte
deride derider
derisory derisori
derivation derivation
derivative

  • ⟨adj.⟩ derivative
  • ⟨n.⟩ CHIM., GRAM. derivato

derive derivar
derogatory derogatori
derrick turre de sondage
descend descender
descendant descendente
descent descendita
describe describer
description description
descriptive descriptive
desert1

  • ⟨adj.⟩ deserte
  • ⟨n.⟩ GEO. deserto

desert2

  • ⟨vi.⟩ desertar
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= leave; forsake) abandonar
  2. (+ one's post) desertar

deserter desertor
desertion desertion
deserve meritar
deserving digne (of de)
design

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= sketch; art of making designs) designo
  2. (= pattern) motivo
  3. (= intent) intento, designo
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= sketch) designar
  2. (= devise) crear, inventar
  3. (= intend)designed for designate (or concipite) pro

designate

  • ⟨adj.⟩ designate
  • ⟨vt.⟩ designar

designer

  • ⟨adj.⟩ de marca
  • ⟨n.⟩ designator — fashion designer stilista

desirable desirabile
desire

  • ⟨n.⟩ desiro, desiderio
  • ⟨vt.⟩ desirar, desiderar — to leave much to be desired lassar (multo) a desirar

desk bureau — cash desk cassa · writing desk scriptorio
desolate

  • ⟨adj.⟩ desolate
  • ⟨vt.⟩ desolar

desolation desolation
despair

  • ⟨n.⟩ despero — to drive to despair facer desperar
  • ⟨vi.⟩ desperar

desperate desperate
desperation desperation
despicable contemptibile
despise contemner
despite

  • ⟨n.⟩ despecto
  • ⟨prep.⟩ in despecto de, malgrado, nonobstante

despondent abattite, discoragiate
despot despota
despotic despotic
dessert dessert
destination destination
destine destinar
destiny destino
destitute destitute, indigente
destitution destitution
destroy destruer
destroyer

  1. (= sb/sth that destroys) destructor
  2. NAUT. chassa-torpedineros

destruction deletion, destruction
destructive destructive
detach

  • ⟨vi.⟩ distachar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ distachar

detachable distachabile
detached isolate, separate
detachment distachamento
detail

  • ⟨n.⟩ detalio
  • ⟨v.⟩ detaliar

detailed detaliate, minutiose
detain detener, retener
detect deteger, discoperir
detection discoperta
detective detective
detente distension diplomatic, *detente
detention detention
deter discoragiar, dissuader (from de)
detergent

  • ⟨adj.⟩ *detersive
  • ⟨n.⟩ *detersivo

deteriorate deteriorar se
deterioration deterioration
determination determination
determine determinar
determiner GRAM. determinante
deterrent

  • ⟨adj.⟩ dissuasive
  • ⟨n.⟩ medio de dissuasion, freno

detest detestar
detestable detestabile
detonate

  • ⟨vi.⟩ detonar
  • ⟨vt.⟩ facer detonar

detonation detonation
detonator detonator
detour deviation
detract detraher
detriment detrimento
devaluation devalutation
devalue

  • ⟨vi.⟩ devalutar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ devalutar

devastate devastar
devastation devastation
develop

  • ⟨vi.⟩ disveloppar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ disveloppar

developer disveloppator
developing

  1. (+ country) in via de disveloppamento
  2. (+ body) que se disveloppa

development disveloppamento
deviate deviar
deviation deviation
device

  1. (= apparatus) apparato
  2. (heraldry) devisa
  3. (= means) expediente

devil diabolo
devious devie
devise imaginar, inventar
devoid disproviste
devote devotar
devoted devote
devotee devoto medio
devotion

  1. devotion
  2. (pl.) precarias

devour devorar
devout devote
dew rore
dexterity dexteritate
dexterous dextere
diabetes diabete
diabetic

  • ⟨adj.⟩ diabetic
  • ⟨n.⟩ diabetico

diagnose diagnosticar
diagnosis diagnose
diagonal ⟨adj. & n.⟩ diagonal
diagram diagramma
dial

  • ⟨n.⟩ quadrante
  • ⟨vt.⟩ facer, digitar

dialect dialecto
dialog

  • ⟨n.⟩ dialogo
  • ⟨vi.⟩ dialogar

diameter diametro
diamond

  • ⟨adj.⟩ de diamantes
  • ⟨n.⟩ (= gem; shape) diamante

diamondback

  • ⟨adj.⟩ dorso de diamante, *diamantin
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= Malaclemys terrapin) tortuca dorso de diamante
  2. (Crotalus adamanteus & atrox) crotalo diamantin

diamond-cutter

  1. (= tool) *taliadiamante
  2. (= profession) taliator de diamante, *diamantista

diamonds (= cards suit) quadro
diamond-shaped in forma de rhombo
diamorphine diamorphina
Diana MYTH. Diana
diapason diapason
diapausa diapausa
diaper panno
diaphaneity diaphaneitate
diaphanous diaphane
diaphoresis diaphoresis, diaphorese
diaphoretic diaphoretic
diaphragm diaphragma
diaphragmatic diaphragmatic
diapositive diapositiva
diarist *diarista
diarrhea diarrhea
diary diario, jornal
diaspora diaspora
diastase diastase
diastole diastole
diastolic diastolic
diathermic diathermic
diathermy diathermia
diathesis diathese — nervous diathesis nervosismo
diatom diatomea
diatomic diatomic
diatonic diatonic
diatribe diatriba, invectiva
dibble

  • ⟨n.⟩ cavalia pro plantar
  • ⟨vi.⟩ facer foramines con un cavalia

dice

  • ⟨n.⟩ datos
  • ⟨vi.⟩ jocar al datos
  • ⟨vt.⟩ CUL. trenchar in cubos

dicey riscose, periculose
dictate

  • ⟨v.⟩ dictar
  • ⟨n.⟩ dictamine

dictation dictato
dictator dictator
dictatorial dictatorial
dictatorship dictatura
dictionary dictionario
die1 (= stop living) morir (of de)
die down diminuer, attenuar se, calmar se
die out disparer
die2

  1. (for stamping) cuneo
  2. (for games) dato

diesel ⟨adj. & n.⟩ diesel
diet

  • ⟨n.⟩ (gener.) dieta — to be on a diet esser a dieta · to put (sb) on a diet mitter (un pers.) a dieta
  • ⟨v.⟩ dietar

differ differer (from de)
difference differentia — It makes no difference. Non face differentia.
different differente
differential ⟨adj. & n.⟩ differential
differentiate differentiar
difficult difficile
difficulty difficultate
diffuse

  • ⟨adj.⟩ diffuse
  • ⟨vi.⟩ diffunder se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ diffunder

dig

  • ⟨n.⟩ excavation
  • ⟨vi.⟩ foder
  • ⟨vt.⟩ excavar, fossar

dig up *disinterrar
digest

  • ⟨n.⟩ digesto
  • ⟨vt.⟩ digerer

digestible digestibile
digestion digestion
digit digito
digital digital
dignified digne
dignity dignitate
dike, dyke dica
dilapidated decadite, in mal stato
dilate

  • ⟨vi.⟩ dilatar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ dilatar

dilemma dilemma
diligent diligente
dilute diluer
dilution dilution
dim

  • ⟨adj.⟩ obscur
  • ⟨vi.⟩ obscurar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ obscurar

dime *decima
dimension dimension
diminish

  • ⟨vi.⟩ diminuer, reducer se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ diminuer, reducer

diminutive diminutive, minute
dimple fossetta
din

  • ⟨n.⟩ ruito, strepito — to make a din strepitar
  • ⟨vi.⟩ streper

dine dinar
dinghy barca remate — sailing dinghy parve veliero
dingy inattractive, obscur
dinner cena, dinar
dinosaur dinosauro
diocese diocese
Discorides, Pedanius Discorides, Pedanio
dioxide dioxydo — carbon dioxide anhydrido (or dioxydo) carbonic
dip

  • ⟨n.⟩ immersion
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= plunge) immerger
  2. (= slope) inclinar
  3. (+ lights) abassar

diphtheria diphtheria
diphthong diphthongo
diploma diploma
diplomacy diplomatia
diplomat diplomate
diplomatic diplomatic
direct

  • ⟨adj.⟩ directe
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= lead) diriger, governar
  2. (= aim) orientar

direction

  1. (gener.) direction — in the direction of verso · in the opposite direction in senso inverse
  2. (= way) senso
  3. (= instruction) instruction

directive directiva
director director
directory *adressario — street directory indicator del stratas · telephone directory libro telephonic
the Directory HIST. le Directorio
dirt immunditia
dirty

  • ⟨adj.⟩ immunde
  • ⟨vt.⟩ polluer

disability incapacitate, infirmitate
disable

  1. (= cripple) facer incapace
  2. (= turn off) disactivar

disabled incapace, infirme — disabled soldier invalido
disablement incapacitate, invaliditate
disadvantage disavantage
disadvantageous disavantagiose
disagree

  1. (= take issue) non esser de accordo (con un pers. super un c.)
  2. (= disapprove) disapprobar
  3. (≠ not coincide) differer
  4. (= make unwell) disconvenir (with a)

disagreeable disagradabile
disagreement disaccordo
disallow non admitter
disappearance disparition
disappear disparer
disappoint disappunctar
disappointed disappunctate
disappointing disappunctante
disappointment disappunctamento
disapproval disapprobation
disapprove disapprobrar
disarm disarmar
disarmament disarmamento
disaster disastro, *sinistro
disastrous disastrose, *sinistrose
disbelief incredulitate
disc, disk disco — backup disk *retrocopia in disc; slipped disc hernia discal
discard abandonar
discern discerner, perciper
discerning clarividente, perceptive
discernment clarividentia, discernimento
discharge

  • ⟨n.⟩ discarga
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= unload) discargar
  2. (+ debt) pagar
  3. (= dismiss) dimitter

disciple discipulo
disciplinary disciplinari
discipline

  • ⟨n.⟩ disciplina
  • ⟨v.⟩ disciplinar

disclaim repudiar
disclaimer repudiation
disclose revelar
disclosure revelation
discolor discolorar
discoloration *discoloration
discomfort incommoditate
disconcert disconcertar
disconcerted confuse, disconcertate
disconnect disaccopular
disconsolate disconsolate
discontent discontento
discontented discontente
discontinue

  • ⟨vi.⟩ cessar
  • ⟨vt.⟩ discontinuar

discord discordo
discotheque *discotheca
discount

  • ⟨n.⟩ disconto
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= deduct) discontar
  2. (= sell at reduced price) vender a precio reducite
  3. (= disregard) *discartar

discourage discoragiar
discouraged discoragiate
discouragement discoragiamento
discourse

  • ⟨n.⟩ discurso
  • ⟨v.⟩ discurrer, dissertar, disserer (on sth super un c.)

discover discoperir
discoverer discoperitor
discovery discoperta
discredit

  • ⟨n.⟩ discredito
  • ⟨vt.⟩ discreditar

discreet discrete
discrepancy discrepantia
discrete discrete
discretion discretion
discriminate discriminar
discrimination discrimination
discus disco
discuss discuter (sth super un c.)
discussion discussion
disdain

  • ⟨n.⟩ disdigno
  • ⟨vt.⟩ disdignar

disease maladia, morbo — hoof and mouth disease aphtha
diseased infecte, malade
disembark disimbarcar
disembowel eventrar
disenchanted disincantate
disengage disingranar
disfigure disfigurar
disgrace

  • ⟨n.⟩ disgratia
  • ⟨vt.⟩ disgratiar

disgraceful vergoniose
disgruntled de mal humor
disguise

  • ⟨n.⟩ disguisamento, travestimento
  • ⟨vt.⟩ disguisar, travestir

disgust

  • ⟨n.⟩ disgusto
  • ⟨vt.⟩ disgustar

disgusting disgustose
dish

  1. (gener.) platto
  2. (= dish aerial) antenna — satellite dish antenna parabolic

dish out

  1. (= serve) servir
  2. (= dole out) distribuer, apportionar

dishcloth pannello pro lavar plattos
dishtowel panna pro essugar
dishearten discoragiar
disheartening discoragiante
disheveled discapillate
dishonest dishoneste
dishonor

  • ⟨n.⟩ dishonor
  • ⟨vt.⟩ dishonorar

dishonorable dishonorabile
dish-washer *lava-plattos
dishwater lavatura
disillusion

  • ⟨n.⟩ disillusion
  • ⟨vt.⟩ disillusionar

disinclined pauc disponite (to a)
disinfect disinfectar
disinfectant ⟨adj. & n.⟩ disinfectante
disinherit dishereditar
disintegrate

  • ⟨vi.⟩ disintegrar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ disintegrar

disinterested disinteressate, impartial
disjointed

  1. (= out of joint) dislocate
  2. (+speech) incoherente

dislike

  • ⟨n.⟩ repugnantia
  • ⟨vt.⟩ non amar

dislocate dislocar
dislodge

  1. (= displace) dislocar
  2. (= expel) expeller

disloyal disloyal
dismal lugubre
dismantle dismantellar
dismay

  • ⟨n.⟩ consternation
  • ⟨vt.⟩ consternar

dismiss dimitter
dismissal dimission
dismount dismontar
disobedience disobedientia
disobedient disobediente
disobey disobedir a
disorder

  • ⟨n.⟩ confusion, disordine
  • ⟨vt.⟩ disordinar, disrangiar

disorderly disordinate
disorganized disorganisate
disown dismentir, repudiar
disparage denigrar, *dispreciar
disparaging *dispreciative
disparity disparitate
dispassionate impartial, sin passion
dispatch

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= message) depeche
  2. (= promptness) expedition
  3. (= sending) invio
  • ⟨vt.⟩ expedir

dispel dispersar, dissipar
dispensary dispensario, pharmacia
dispense

  • ⟨vi.⟩ (with sth) contentar se sin
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= give out) distribuer
  2. (= provide) provider

dispersal dispersion
disperse

  • ⟨vi.⟩ disperger se, dissipar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ disperger, dissipar

dispirited discoragiate
displace displaciar
displacement displaciamento
display

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= apparatus) apparato
  2. (= pomp) fasto
  3. (= show) spectaculo
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= exhibit) exponer
  2. (+ courage) displicar

displease displacer
displeasure displacer
disposal disposition — at sb's disposalal disposition de un pers.
dispose

  • ⟨vi.⟩ (of sb/sth)
  1. (= get rid of) disfacer se de
  2. (= settle) regular, arrangiar
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= arrange) disponer, arrangiar
  2. (= incline) disponer (to a)

disposition disposition
dispossess

  1. disposseder (of de)
  2. (+tenant) expropriar, evincer

disproof refutation
disproportionate disproportionate
disprove refutar
dispute

  • ⟨n.⟩ disputa — industrial dispute conflicto *obrer
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= gainsay) disputar, mitter in dubita, contestar
  2. (= compete for) disputar se (un c.)

disqualification disqualification
disqualify disqualificar
disquiet

  • ⟨n.⟩ inquietude
  • ⟨vt.⟩ inquietar

disregard

  • ⟨n.⟩ disdigno, indifferentia
  • ⟨v.⟩ non prestar attention a, ignorar

disrepair mal stato
disreputable de mal fama, vergoniose
disrepute mal fama
disrespect irreverentia
disrespectful irreverente
disrupt disrumper
disruption disruption
disruptive disruptive
dissatisfaction discontento
dissatisfied malcontente
dissatisfy discontentar
dissect dissecar
dissection dissection
dissent

  • ⟨n.⟩ dissension
  • ⟨vi.⟩ dissentir (from de)

disservice disservicio
dissident *⟨adj. & n.⟩ dissidente
dissimilar dissimilar
dissociate disassociar
dissolve

  • ⟨vt.⟩ dissolver
  • ⟨vi.⟩ dissolver se

dissuade dissuader
distance

  1. (= remoteness) distantia
  2. (= trip) percurso

distant distante
distaste repugnantia
distasteful repugnante
distemper1 MED. morbo de Carré
distemper2 (= paint)

  • ⟨n.⟩ tempera
  • ⟨vt.⟩ pinger al tempera

distil distillar, alambicar
distillation alambicamento
distillery distilleria
distinct distincte
distinction distinction
distinctive distinctive
distinguish distinguer
distinguished distinguite, eminente
distort distorquer
distorted distorte
distortion distortion
distract distraher
distraction distraction
distress

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= emotional pain) affliction, angustia
  2. (= need for help) periculo — in distress in periculo
  3. (= poverty) necessitate
  4. MED. insufficientia (respiratori, bronchial, etc.)
  • ⟨vt.⟩ affliger, desolar
  • affliction

distresses afflicte, desolate
distressing afflictive
distribute distribuer, repartir
distribution distribution
distributor distributor
district districto, quartiero
distrust

  • ⟨n.⟩ diffidentia
  • ⟨vt.⟩ diffider de, non fider se a

distrustful diffidente, suspiciose
distrustful turbate
disturb disturbar, inquietar
disturbance agitation, commotion
disunion disunion
disunite disunir
disuse

  • ⟨n.⟩ disuso
  • ⟨vt.⟩ disusar

disused ⟨adj.⟩ desuete
ditch

  • ⟨n.⟩ fossato
  • ⟨vt.⟩ abandonar

dither hesitar
ditto ditto
diuretic diuretic
diva diva
divan divan
dive

  • ⟨n.⟩ immersion
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= plunge) saltar
  2. (= swim underwater) immerger se, natar sub le aqua

diver *scafandrero
diverge diverger
divergent divergente
diverse diverse
diversify diversificar
diversion diversion
divert diverter
divide

  • ⟨vi.⟩ divider se
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. divider
  2. (= distribute) repartir

dividend dividendo
dividers compasso
divine

  • ⟨adj.⟩ divin
  • ⟨vt.⟩ divinar

diving immersion, submersion
divinity divinitate
divisible divisibile
division division
divorce

  • ⟨n.⟩ divorcio — to get a divorce divorciar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ divorciar

divorcee divorciato, f. divorciata
divulge divulgar
dizziness vertigine
dizzy vertiginose
Djibouti Djibouti
Djiboutian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ djiboutian
  • ⟨n.⟩ djiboutiano

do

  • ⟨aux.⟩ — Do you know? - Yes, I do. Sape vos? - Si, io sape. · I do know. Ya io sape. · He does not know but she does. Ille non sape mais illa si. · He knew but she did not. Ille sapeva mais illa non.
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= suffice) bastar — That'll do. Illo es sufficiente.
  2. (well/badly) vader ben/mal — How do you do? Como va vos? (phatic) Bon die!
  3. (= be (un)successful) (non) haber successo
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (≈ make) facer — to have to do with esser relative a, haber relation con · to do without sth contentar se sin un c. · What to do? Que facer? · Well done! Multo ben!
  2. (= prepare) preparar
  3. (= cook) cocer
  4. (= achieve, carry out) complir, exequer, effectuar, realisar
  5. (= commit) comitter
  6. (= mimic) imitar
  7. (= arrange) arrangiar
  8. (= suit) convenir
  9. (= travel) percurrir

do away (with) disfacer se de, eliminar, supprimer
do out nettar
do up

  1. (= button) buttonar
  2. (= close) serrar
  3. (= redecorate) redecorar
  4. (= repair) reparar

docile docile
dock1

  • ⟨n.⟩ NAUT. bassino, *dock
  • ⟨vi.⟩ entrar in *dock

dock2 JUR. banco del accusatos
dock3 (= deduce from salary) discontar del salario de
docker obrero *portuari, stivator
doctor

  • ⟨n.⟩ (= in general) doctor, (= physician) medico
  • ⟨v.⟩ (= falsify) falsificar, (= treat) medicar, (= patch up) reparar

doctrine doctrina
document

  • ⟨n.⟩ documento
  • ⟨vt.⟩ documentar

documentary

  • ⟨adj.⟩ documentari
  • ⟨n.⟩ documentario

documentation documentation
doddering decrepite
dodge eluder
doer facitor
dog

  • ⟨n.⟩ can — guide dog can guida · to go the dogs deteriorar se, degenerar
  • ⟨vt.⟩ persequer

dogged persistente, tenace
dogma dogma
dogmatic dogmatic
doings gestas
dole indemnitate de disoccupation
dole out distribuer
doll pupa
dollar dollar
dolphin delphino
domain dominio
dome cupola
domestic

  • ⟨adj.⟩ domestic
  • ⟨n.⟩ domestico

domesticate domesticar
dominance dominantia
dominant dominante
dominate dominar
domination domination
domineer tyrannisar
domineering imperiose
Dominic Dominico
Dominican

  • ⟨adj.⟩ dominican
  • ⟨n.⟩ dominicano

the Dominican Republic le Republica Dominican
dominion dominio
domino domino; play -es jocar al domino
donate donar
donation donation
donkey asino
donor donator — blood donor donator de sanguine
doom

  • ⟨n.⟩ destino funeste
  • ⟨v.⟩ condemnar

Doomsday Die del Judicio
door porta — swing door porta giratori
doorkeeper portero
doorstep limine
doorway porta, entrata
dope

  • ⟨n.⟩ (= person) imbecille; (= drug) narcotico; (= varnish) vernisse
  • ⟨v.⟩ (= drug) narcotisar; (= varnish) vernissar

dormant latente
dormitory dormitorio
dormouse *muscardino
dosage dosage
dose

  • ⟨n.⟩ dose
  • ⟨vt.⟩ dosar

dossier dossier
dot

  • ⟨n.⟩ puncto
  • ⟨v.⟩ punctar; al puncto

dotage secunde infantia, senilitate
dote (= on sb) amar follemente, esser troppo affectuose con
double

  • ⟨adj.⟩ duple
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= number; amount; size) duple
  2. (= stand-in) duple
  3. (= look-alike) sosia, duple
  4. (= double room) camera duple
  5. on the double (idiom) al passo de carga
  • ⟨vi.⟩ duplar, duplicar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ duplar, duplicar

double-cross dupar, fraudar
double-dealing duplicitate
doublet dupletto
double up

  1. (in pain or laughter) plicar se in duo
  2. (= share room) divider le camera

doubt

  • ⟨n.⟩ dubita — beyond doubt foras de dubita · to be in doubt esser in dubita · to cast doubt on poner in dubita
  • ⟨vt.⟩ dubitar de

doubtful dubitose, questionabile
doubtless sin dubita
douche ducha vaginal
dough pasta — to make into dough impastar
douse

  1. (= plunge into liquid) immerger
  2. (= throw liquid on) sparger, aquar
  3. (= put out) extinguer

dove columba
dovetail

  • ⟨n.⟩ TECH. cauda de hirundine
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. incastrar, assemblar
  2. (fig.) adaptar (harmoniosemente)

dowdy inelegante
down

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= lower) plus basse
  2. (= out of order) foras de uso, que non fuctiona
  • ⟨adv.⟩
  1. (locative) in basso
  2. (lative) a basso, verso le basso — Down with the king! A basso le rege!
  • ⟨prep.⟩ al longe de

downcast abattite
downfall cadita, ruina
downhearted discoragiate
downhill a basso — to go downhill descender
downpour forte pluvia
downright

  • ⟨adj.⟩ absolute
  • ⟨adv.⟩ toto

downriver a valle
downstairs a basso
downstream a valle, in le senso del currente
downtown in le centro del citate
downtrodden opprimite
downward descendente
downwards a basso
dowry dote
doze

  • ⟨n.⟩ siesta, somno curte
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= nap) facer un somno curte
  2. (= fall asleep unintentionally) sopir se, addormir se

dozen dozena
drab

  1. (= brownish) color de fango
  2. (= dreary) monotone

draft

  • ⟨adj.⟩ (+ horse) de traction
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= preliminary version) schizzo [I] — final draft version final
  2. (= bill of exchange) tratta — sight draft tratta a vista
  3. MILIT. conscription, servicio militar
  4. (= air current) currente de aere
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= make preliminary version of) schizzar
  2. (= enlist) conscriber, inrolar
  3. (= compose; + contract) minutar
  4. (+ legal document) rediger

drafting ⟨n.⟩

  1. (of a contract) minuta
  2. (of a legal document) redaction

draftsman designator technic
drag

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= cart, sled) slitta, traha
  2. (= hindrance, burden) remora — to be a drag (= sb/sth tiresome) esser enoiante
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= haul) traher, tirar, trainar
  2. (= prolong) prolongar

drag on prolongar se
dragon dracon — Komodo dragon varano (or dragon) de Komodo
dragonfly *libellula
drain

  • ⟨n.⟩ aquiero
  • ⟨vi.⟩ escolar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= remove water) disaquar
  2. (= cause to flow from) escolar
  3. (= exhaust) exhaurir

drainage disaquamento, escolamento
drainpipe tubo de disaquamento
drake anate mascule
drama drama
dramatic dramatic
dramatist dramaturgo
dramatize dramatisar
drape

  • ⟨n.⟩ cortina
  • ⟨vt.⟩ drappar

draper drappero
drastic drastic
draught bibita
draughts (joco de) damas
draughty exponite a currentes de aere
draw

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= pull) tiramento
  2. (= lottery) lotteria
  3. SPORT partita nulle
  4. (= lots) tiramento al sorte
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= pull) tirar
  2. (= sketch) designar
  3. (+ water) haurir
  4. (+ sword) disvainar

draw back retirar se, recular
draw out

  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= take out) sortir
  2. (+nbsp;money from bank) retirar
  3. (= cause to flow out) haurir, facer fluer
  4. (= prolong, lengthen) prolongar
  • ⟨vi.⟩ (+ days) facer se plus longe

draw up

  1. (=  pull up) approximar
  2. (=  compose) rediger
  3. (+ o.s.) *rederectiar se

drawback disavantage, inconveniente
drawbridge ponte levatori
drawer

  1. (= furniture) tiratorio — chest of drawers commoda
  2. (= draftsman) designator

drawing-back reculamento
drawing

  1. (= sketch) designo
  2. (= pulling) tirada

drawl

  • ⟨n.⟩ pronunciation lente e pesante
  • ⟨vi.⟩ pronunciar lente- e pesantemente

dread

  • ⟨n.⟩ apprehension, grande timor
  • ⟨vt.⟩ apprehender, timer

dreadful espaventabile, terribile
dream

  • ⟨n.⟩ sonio
  • ⟨vi.⟩ soniar

dreamer soniator
dreamy somnolente
dreary lugubre
dredge

  • ⟨n.⟩ draga
  • ⟨v.⟩ dragar

dredger draga
dregs sedimento
drench saturar
dress

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= attire) habito, vestimento — evening dress habito de ceremonia · fancy dress costume de travestimento
  2. (= frock) roba
  • ⟨vi.⟩ vestir se
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= clothe) vestir
  2. (+ wound) curar

dress up

  • ⟨vi.⟩ adornar
  • ⟨vt.⟩ adornar se

dressed vestite — to get dressed vestir se
dresser

  1. (= sideboard) buffet de cocina
  2. (= dressing table) toilette

dressing

  1. (= bandage) bandage
  2. (= grooming) toilette

dressmaker sartor
dribble

  • ⟨vt.⟩ SPORT *dribblar
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= drip) guttar
  2. (+ baby) babar, salivar

drier *siccator
drift

  • ⟨n.⟩ (= movement) *deriva; (= purport) tenor
  • ⟨vi.⟩ (of snow) cumular se; (= float) flottar al deriva

drifting voga
driftwood ligno flottante
drill

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= tool) forator — pneumatic drill forator pneumatic
  2. (= mining) sonda
  3. (= exercise) exercitio — fire drill simulation de incendio, exercitio *antiincendio
  • ⟨v.⟩
  1. (= bore) forar
  2. (through sth) perforar
  3. (mining) sondar
  4. (= exercise) exercitiar se

drink

  • ⟨n.⟩ biberage, bibita
  • ⟨v.⟩ biber

drinkable bibibile, potabile
drinker bibitor
drinking (+ water) potabile
drip

  • ⟨n.⟩ gutta
  • ⟨vi.⟩ guttar, stillar

drip-dry que se sicca rapidemente e non se repassa
dripping (of water) guttar; (= cooking) grassia de rostito
drive

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= car trip) viage in auto — It's a two hours' / 40 km drive. Illo es a duo horas / 40 kilometros in auto. · to go for a drive ir promenar se in auto
  2. (= driveway) avenue
  3. (= energy) energia, dynamismo
  4. (= propulsion) propulsion
  5. (= transmission) transmission
  6. INFORM. unitate de disco
  7. PSYCH. impulso, instincto
  8. (in golf) drive
  9. (in tennis) colpo directe
  • ⟨vi.⟩ (= operate vehicle) conducer, guidar
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (+ car) conducer, guidar
  2. (+ coach, carriage) cochiar /-ʃ-/
  3. (sb somewhere) conducer, transportar
  4. (= cause to move) mover
  5. (sth into sth) figer
  6. (= compel) conducer (un pers. a facer un c.)
  7. (+ mad, crazy, etc.) facer, render (folle, demente, etc.); affollar

drive away

  • ⟨vi.⟩ partir
  • ⟨vt.⟩ chassar

drive back

  • ⟨vi.⟩ retornar
  • ⟨vt.⟩ repeller

drive off

  • ⟨vi.⟩ partir
  • ⟨vt.⟩ chassar

drivel nonsenso
driver

  1. (of bus) guidator
  2. (of car) automobilista, chauffeur
  3. (of train) machinista

drizzle

  • ⟨n.⟩ pluvia fin
  • ⟨v.⟩ pluver finmente

drool

  • ⟨n.⟩ *baba
  • ⟨v.⟩ *babar, salivar (over sb/sth ante un pers./c.)

drone

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= sound) susurro
  2. (= male bee) ape mascule
  3. MILIT. *drone [A]
  • ⟨vi.⟩ susurrar

droop

  • ⟨n.⟩ inclination
  • ⟨vi.⟩ clinar

drop

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= fall) cadita
  2. (= drip) gutta
  • ⟨vi.⟩ cader
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= lower) abassar
  2. (= let go) lassar cader

dropper *contaguttas
drought siccitate
drown

  • ⟨vi.⟩ necar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (in water) necar
  2. (with noise) coperir, suffocar

drowning necamento
drowse dormir
drowsiness somnolentia
drowsy somnolente
drudge

  • ⟨n.⟩ (= person) quasi-sclavo
  • ⟨vi.⟩ travaliar (ingrate e penosemente)

drudgery servitude, travalio penose
drug

  • ⟨n.⟩ droga, pharmaco
  • ⟨vt.⟩ drogar, narcotisar

druggist

  1. drogista, pharmacista
  2. (= pharmacy) pharmacia

drug store drogeria
drumstick bacchetta de tambur
drum

  • ⟨n.⟩ tambur — brake drum tambur de freno
  • ⟨vi.⟩ batter le tambur
  • ⟨vt.⟩ (fig.; sth into sb's head) figer le capite (de un pers.)

drunk

  • ⟨adj.⟩ ebrie — to get drunk inebriar se
  • ⟨n.⟩ inebriato

drunkard inebriato
drunken ebrie
drunkenness ebrietate
dry

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. sic
  2. (+ humor) mordente
  • ⟨vi.⟩ siccar
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= remove wetness) siccar
  2. (= drain) disaquar
  3. (with cloth) essugar

dry-clean nettar a sic
dry-cleaning lavage chimic
dry-dock bassino de reparation sic
dry up

  • ⟨vt.⟩ desiccar
  • ⟨vi.⟩ desiccar se

dryer *siccator
dryness siccitate
dual dual
dubious dubitose
duchess duchessa
duck ZOOL. anate
duck (= lower the body) clinar se
duckling anate juvene
duct conducto
due

  • ⟨adj.⟩ debite
  • ⟨n.⟩ debito

due to a causa de
duel

  • ⟨n.⟩ duello
  • ⟨vi.⟩ duellar

dues quota
duet duo
duke duce, duc
dull

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= boring) enoiose
  2. (≠ glossy) mat
  3. (= slow) obtuse
  4. (+ noise) surde
  5. (= sad) triste
  6. (+ weather) obnubilate
  • ⟨vt.⟩ obtunder

duly debitemente
dumb mute
dumbbell peso de mano
dumbfounded stupefacte
dummy

  • ⟨adj.⟩ ficte
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= effigy) effigie
  2. (= tailor's) mannequin
  3. (= cards) morto
  4. (= soother) tetta sur anello
  5. (= image) simulacro

dump

  • ⟨n.⟩ discargatorio
  • ⟨vt.⟩ discargar

dumping discarga
dumpling bolletta
dumpy parve e corpulente
dun

  • ⟨adj.⟩ brun
  • ⟨vt.⟩ importunar

dunce asino, scholar ignorante
dune duna
dung

  • ⟨n.⟩ stercore
  • ⟨vt.⟩ stercorar

dungeon prision subterranee
dunghill stercorario
dupe

  • ⟨n.⟩ dupe
  • ⟨vt.⟩ dupar

duplicate

  • ⟨adj.⟩ duplicate
  • ⟨n.⟩ duplicato
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. duplicar
  2. (with a duplicator) mimeographar
  3. (= copy) reproducer

duplicator duplicator, mimeographo
duplicity duplicitate
durability durabilitate
durable durabile
duration duration
during durante
dusk crepusculo
dusky tenebrose
dustcart carro de immunditias
dustpan pala de mano
dust

  • ⟨n.⟩ pulvere
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= clean) dispulverar
  2. (= sprinkle) pulverar

dustbin receptaculo de immunditias
duster pannello (pro dispulverar)
dustman *levator de immunditias
Dutch nederlandese — double Dutch linguage inintelligibile
Dutchman, Dutchwoman nederlandese
dutiable taxabile
duty

  1. (= obligation) duty
  2. (= tax) derecto, imposto — death duty derectos de succession
  3. (= customs) doana
  4. (= service) guarda, servicio — off duty libere · on duty de servicio
point duty controlo del circulation

duty-free exempte de doana
dwarf

  • ⟨n.⟩ nano, f. nana
  • ⟨vt.⟩ render minuscule per contrasto

dwell

  1. habitar, resider, demorar — to dwell together with sb cohabitar con un pers.
  2. (on sth; fig.) insister super, pensar constantemente a

dweller habitante, residente
dwelling habitation
dwindle diminuer, reducer se
dye

  • ⟨n.⟩ tinctura
  • ⟨vt.⟩ tinger

dyeing tinctura
dyer tinctor
dying moribunde, moriente
dynamic dynamic
dynamics dynamica
dynamite

  • ⟨n.⟩ dynamite
  • ⟨vt.⟩ dynamitar

dynamo dynamo
dynasty dynastia
dysentery dysenteria
dyspepsia dyspepsia
dyspeptic

  • ⟨adj.⟩ dyspeptic
  • ⟨n.⟩ dyspeptico

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each

  • ⟨adj.⟩ cata
  • ⟨adv. & pron.⟩ cata uno
each other (2 persons) le un le altere, (more than 2) le unes le alteres

eager

  1. (= avid) enthusiasta
  2. (= to do sth) impatiente, desirose de

eagerness enthusiasmo, impatientia
eagle aquila — golden eagle aquila regal · sea eagle aquila de mar
ear

  1. ANAT. aure — to turn a deaf ear to to facer le aure surde a
  2. (of grain) spica

earache dolor de aure
eardrum cassa del tympano
earl conte
earlier

  • ⟨adj.⟩ anterior
  • ⟨adv.⟩ antea, anteriormente — earlier than ante

earliest prime
early

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= ancient) antique
  2. (+ time of day) matutinal
  3. (+ time of season) precoce
  4. (= first) prime
  • ⟨adv.⟩
  1. (= too soon) ante le tempore, rapidemente
  2. (= in good time) de bon hora

earmark assignar
earn ganiar
earner ganiator
earnest sincere, serie — in earnest sinceremente, seriemente
earnestness sinceritate, serio
earnings

  1. (of business) profitos
  2. (= wage) salario

earring pendente de aure
ear-splitting assurdante
earth

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= soil) terra
  2. (= ground) solo
  3. (= planet) le Terra, le terra — on earth super terra, (intens.) diabolo
  • ⟨vt.⟩ ELECTR. connecter al terra

earthenware ceramo
earthly

  1. (= worldly) terrestre, terren
  2. (= conceivable) possibile, concipibile, imaginabile

earthquake tremor de terra, seismo
earthworm lumbrico
earwig *forficula
ease

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (≠ difficulty) facilitate — with ease facilemente
  2. (≠ discomfort) reposo — at ease in reposo
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= lessen) alleviar
  2. (= simplify) facilitar

ease up

  1. relaxar se, bassar le rythmo
  2. (on sb) esser minus stricte con

easel cavaletto
East

  • ⟨adj.⟩ del est, oriental
  • ⟨adv.⟩ al est
  • ⟨n.⟩ est, oriente

Easter

  • ⟨adj.⟩ de Pascha, paschal
  • ⟨n.⟩ Pascha

eastern oriental
easterner oriental
easy facile — to make easier facilitar
easy-going accommodante, de humor facile, indulgente
eat mangiar, eder, manducar
eat away ( corrode) corroder
eat up devorar
eatable mangiabile
eater mangiator
eau de Cologne aqua de Colonia
eau de toilette aqua de toilette
eavesdrop ascoltar al portas
ebb

  • ⟨n.⟩ refluxo — ebb and flow fluxo e refluxo
  • ⟨vi.⟩ refluer

ebony ebeno
eccentric

  • ⟨adj.⟩ eccentric
  • ⟨n.⟩ original, eccentrico

ecclesiastic ecclesiastico
ecclesiastical ecclesiastic
echelon

  • ⟨n.⟩ echelon
  • ⟨vt.⟩ echelonar

echo

  • ⟨n.⟩ echo
  • ⟨vi.⟩ echoar

eclipse

  • ⟨n.⟩ eclipse
  • ⟨vt.⟩ eclipsar

ecological ecologic
ecologist ecologo
ecology ecologia
economic(al) economic
economics economia
economist economista
economize economisar
economy economia
ecstasy ecstase — to go into ecstasy ecstasiar se
ecstatic ecstatic
Ecuador Ecuador
Ecuadorian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ *ecuadorian
  • ⟨n.⟩ ecuadoriano

ecumenical ecumenic
eczema eczema
eddy

  • ⟨n.⟩ parve vortice
  • ⟨vi.⟩ facer vortices

edge

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= rim) bordo — on edge nervose
  2. (of blade) talia
  • ⟨vi.⟩ mover se lentemente

edgeways del latere — You can't get a word in edgeways. Il es impossibile inserer un parola.
edible edibile
edifice edificio
edify edificar
Edinburgh Edimburgo
Edinburgher *edimburguese
edit

  1. (= review; modify) editar
  2. (+ movie) facer le montage de, editar

edit out eliminar
edition edition — first edition edition principe
editing

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= correction) revision, correction
  2. (= cutting of movie) *montage

editor

  1. (= newspaper or TV manager) editor
  2. (= sb who corrects text) corrector, editor
  3. (= sb who edits movies) editor, *montagista
  4. INFORM. — text editor editor de texto

editorial ⟨adj. & n.⟩ editorial
educate educar, instruer
educated culte
education education, instruction — elementary education instruction primari · physical education education physic
educational educational, instructive
eel anguilla
eerie mysteriose, spectral
efface obliterar
effect

  • ⟨n.⟩ effecto — to have an effect on influer super · side effect effect secundari
  • ⟨vt.⟩ effectuar, operar

effective effective
effectiveness efficacia
effeminate effeminate
effervescent effervescente
efficiency

  1. (≈ effectiveness) efficacia
  2. (= ability) capacitate
  3. (of machine) efficientia

efficient efficace
effigy effigie
effort effortio — to make an effort effortiar se · to make every effort facer tote su effortios
effortless sin effortio
egg ovo — boiled eggs ovos bullite · fried eggs ovos frite · poached eggs ovos bullite sin scalia · scrambled eggs ovos miscite
eggcup oviero
egg on sporonar
eggshell scalia de ovo
ego PSYCH. ego
egoism egoismo
egotism egotismo
egotist egotista
Egypt Egypto
Egyptian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ egyptian
  • ⟨n.⟩ egyptiano

eiderdown eiderdun
eight octo
eighteen dece-octo
eighth

  • ⟨adj.⟩ octave
  • ⟨n.⟩ octavo

eightieth

  • ⟨adj.⟩ octantesime
  • ⟨n.⟩ octantesimo

eighty octanta
either

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= one or the other) qualcunque del duo, le un o le altere
  2. (= both) ambe
  • ⟨adv.⟩ — I don't see it, either. Io anque non lo vide.
  • ⟨conj.⟩ — either… or o… o, *aut… aut, *vel… vel
  • ⟨pron.⟩ le un o le altere

eject ejacular
ejection ejection, expulsion
eke out supplementar — to eke out a living ganiar un magre pitancia
elaborate

  • ⟨adj.⟩ elaborate
  • ⟨v.⟩ elaborar

elaboration elaboration
elapse passar
elastic

  • ⟨adj.⟩ elastic
  • ⟨n.⟩ elastico

elasticity elasticitate
elate exaltar
elated exaltate — elated with success transportate de successo
elbow

  • ⟨n.⟩ cubito
  • ⟨vt.⟩ dar un colpo de cubito — to elbow forward facer se largo a colpos de cubito

elder

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= older than sb else) plus vetule
  2. (= elderly) senior, ancian
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= old person) senior
  2. (of a community) anciano
  3. to be sb's elder by four years esser quatro annos plus vetule que un pers.

elderberry sambuco
elderly de un certe etate
eldest le senior, primogenito
elect

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= appointed) appunctate
  2. RELIG. electe
  • ⟨n.⟩ RELIG. electo
  • ⟨vt.⟩ eliger

election election — general election electiones general
electioneering propaganda electoral
elector elector
electoral electoral
electorate electorato
electrical electric
electrician electricista
electricity electricitate
electrify

  1. (= equip with electricity) electrificar
  2. (= charge with electricity) electrisar

electrocute electrocutar
electrocution electrocution
electrode electrodo
electron electron
electronic electronic
electronics electronica
elegance elegantia
elegant elegante
element elemento — in one's element in su elemento
elementary elementari
elephant elephante
elevate elevar
elevation elevation
elevator elevator
eleven dece-un
eleventh

  • ⟨adj.⟩ dece-prime
  • ⟨n.⟩ dece-primo

elf elf
elicit evocar, obtener
eligible eligibile
eliminate eliminar
elimination elimination
elite elite
ellipse ellipse
ellipsis ellipse, omission
ellipsoid ⟨adj. & n.⟩ ellipsoide
elliptic elliptic
elm ulmo
elocution elocution
elope fugir (con un amante)
eloquence eloquentia
eloquent eloquente
else

  • ⟨adj.⟩ altere — someone/something else un altere pers./c. · nobody/nothing else necuno/nihil altere · somewhere else alibi, in altere parte · Who else? Qui ancora? Qual altere persona?
  • ⟨adv.⟩
  1. (= if not) si non
  2. How else? De qual altere maniera?

elsewhere alibi, in altere parte
elucidate elucidar
elucidation elucidation
elude eluder
elusive elusive
emaciated emaciate
emanate emanar
emancipate emancipar
emancipation emancipation
emasculate emascular
embalm imbalsamar
embalming imbalsamamento
embank vallar (con un dica)
embankment dica
embarassed confuse, embarassate
embarassment confusion, embarasso
embargo embargo
embark

  • ⟨vi.⟩ imbarcar se in
  • ⟨vt.⟩ imbarcar

embarkation imbarcation
embarrass embarassar
embarrassing embarassose
embassy ambassada
embed

  1. (= insert) incastrar, incrustar
  2. INFORM. integrar

embellish imbellir
embellishment imbellimento
embers brasa
embezzle pecular
embezzlement peculato
embezzler peculator
embitter amarisar
emblem emblema
embodiment incorporation
embody incarnar
embolden inhardir
embolism embolia
emboss gravar in relievo, gofrar
embossment

  1. (= process) gofrage
  2. (= result) gofratura

embourgeoisement imburgesamento
embrace

  • ⟨n.⟩ imbraciamento
  • ⟨vi.⟩ imbraciar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ imbraciar

embroider brodar
embroidery broderia
embroil imbroliar
embryo embryon
embryonic embryonal
emend emendar
emendation emendation
emerald

  • ⟨adj.⟩ (= emerald green) esmeraldin
  • ⟨n.⟩ esmeraldo

emerge emerger
emergency emergentia, caso urgente — in case of an emergency in caso de necessitate · state of emergency stato de urgentia
emetic

  • ⟨adj.⟩ emetic
  • ⟨n.⟩ emetico

emigrate emigrar
emigration emigration
eminence eminentia
eminent eminente
emissary emissario
emission emission
emit emitter
emollient ⟨adj. & n.⟩ emolliente
emotion emotion
emotional emotional
emperor imperator
emphasis emphase
emphasize accentuar
emphatic emphatic
empire imperio
empirical empiric
emplace implaciar
emplacement implaciamento
employ

  • ⟨n.⟩ — to be in sb's employ (as employee) esser empleate per, laborar pro (as servant) esser al servicio de
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= provide with paid work) emplear
  2. (= make use of) emplear, usar
  3. (= occupy) occupar
  4. (= devote) devotar

employee empleato
employer empleator
employment empleo
empower autorisar
empress imperatrice
emptiness vacuitate
empty

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= vacant) vacue
  2. (= uninhabited) disoccupate
  • ⟨vt.⟩ vacuar

empty-handed a manos vacue
emulate *emular
emulation *emulation
emulsion emulsion
enable

  1. (= make able) facer que (un pers./c.) pote facer (un c.), autorisar (un pers. a facer un c.)
  2. (= make possible) render possibile (or facibile)
  3. (= activate) activar
  4. (= support self-destructive behavior) incitar, incoragiar

enabler incitator, facilitator, complice
enact decretar
enamel

  • ⟨n.⟩ email
  • ⟨vt.⟩ emailliar

enamored inamorate (of de)
encampment campamento
encapsulate

  1. (= put in capsule) incapsular
  2. (= sum up) resumar

encase incassar
encasement incassamento
enchain incantenar
enchainment incatenamento
enchant incantar
enchanter incantator
enchanting incantator
enchantment incantamento
encircle incircular
enclose

  1. (+ field) clausurar
  2. (in letter) includer

enclosed incluse
enclosure

  1. (= act of enclosing) inclusura, clausura
  2. (= enclosed space) clauso, clausura
  3. (= enclosed letter, check) incluso

encore

  • ⟨interj.⟩ Bis! Ancora!
  • ⟨n.⟩ bis

encounter

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= meeting) incontro
  2. (= fight) combatto
  • ⟨vi.⟩ incontrar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= meet) incontrar
  2. (= fight) combatter

encourage incoragiar (un pers. a facer un c.)
encouragement incoragiamento
encroach

  1. (on property) invader
  2. (on sb's rights) usurpar, violar

encumber incombrar
encumbrance imcombramento
encyclical

  • ⟨adj.⟩ encyclic
  • ⟨n.⟩ encyclica

encyclopedia encyclopedia
encyclopedic encyclopedic
end

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= conclusion; purpose) fin — in the end al fin · The end justifies the means. Le fin justifica le medios. · to that end a tal fin
  2. (= tip) extremitate — fag end resto de cigaretta · tail end extremo, fin
  3. (= farthest part) fondo — at the end of the street al fondo del strata · dead end impasse
  • ⟨vi.⟩ finir (se), terminar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ finir, poner fin a, terminar

endanger impericular
endearing affectuose
endeavor

  • ⟨n.⟩ effortio
  • ⟨vi.⟩ effortiar se (de facer un c.)

endemic endemic
ending fin, conclusion
endless interminabile, sin fin
endlessly *continuemente, sin fin
endorse

  1. (= support) appoiar
  2. (+ bill) avalisar
  3. (+ cheque) indorsar

endorsement

  1. (of bill) aval
  2. (of cheque) indorsamento

endow dotar (with de)
endowment dotation
endurance resistentia — beyond endurance intolerabile
endure

  • ⟨vi.⟩ perdurar, durar
  • ⟨vt.⟩ indurar, supportar

enemy

  • ⟨modif.⟩ inimic
  • ⟨n.⟩ inimico — to become an enemy of inimicar se con · to make an enemy of inimicar

energetic energic
energize infunder energia a, stimular
energy

  • ⟨modif.⟩ energic
  • ⟨n.⟩ energia — nuclear energy energia nucleari

enfold inveloppar
enforce applicar, exiger per fortia
enforceable applicabile
enforcement application, exaction per fortia
engage

  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (of a gear) ingranar se
  2. (in conversation, an activity) prender parte a, participar in — to engage in sexual intercourse haber relationes sexual
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= hire) ingagiar
  2. (= engross) absorber
  3. (= sb's attention) captar
  4. (= the enemy) attaccar
  5. (= a gear) ingranar
  6. (sb in conversation) initiar (un) conversation con

engaged fidantiate — to get engaged with sb fidantiar se con · they got engaged illes se fidantiava · we're engaged nos es fidantiate
engagement

  1. (= pledge to marry) fidantiamento
  2. (= appointment) appunctamento
  3. (= commitment) dedication — student engagement disciplina, dedication del studente
  4. MILIT. combatto

engaging attractive
engine

  1. motor — fire engine pumpa de incendios ·  jet engine motor a *jecto · steam engine machina de vapor
  2. FERR. locomotiva

engine-driver machinista
engineer

  1. (= designer) ingeniero — mechanical engineer ingeniero mechanic
  2. (= mechanic) mechanico

engineering ingenieria — civil engineering ingenieria civil · electrical engineering *electrotechnica
England Anglaterra
English anglese
English-language ⟨modif.⟩ de lingua anglese
English-speaker anglophono
English-speaking (gener.) anglophone
Englishman anglese
Englishwoman anglesa
engrave gravar
engraving gravure
engross absorber
engrossed absorbite, preoccupate — to be engrossed in absorber se in
engulf inglutir
enhance augmentar, intensificar
enigma enigma
enigmatic enigmatic
enjoy

  1. (= have use of) beneficiar de, fruer de
  2. (= relish) gauder de
  3. (o.s.) diverter se

enjoyable

  1. (= pleasant) agradabile
  2. (= tasty) saporose

enjoyment

  1. (= possession) fruition
  2. (= relish) gaudimento, placer

enlarge aggrandir
enlargement aggrandimento
enlarger PHOT. aggranditor
enlarger amplificator, *aggranditor
enlighten illuminar
enlightenment illumination
enlist

  • ⟨vi.⟩ inrolar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ inrolar

enlistment inrolamento
enliven reavivar
en masse in massa
enmesh immaliar
enmity inimicitate
ennui enoio
enormity enormitate
enormous enorme
enough

  • ⟨adj.⟩ bastante, assatis de, satis de — to be enough bastar
  • ⟨adv. & pron.⟩ assatis, satis
  • ⟨interj.⟩ Basta!

enquire → inquire
enrage inragiar, inrabiar
enrich inricchir
enrichment inricchimento
enroll

  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= register) inscriber se
  2. (= enlist) inrolar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= register) inscriber
  2. (= enlist) inrolar

enrollment

  1. (= registration) inscription
  2. (= enlistment) inrolamento

en route in route, in cammino
ensemble ensemble
ensign insignia
enslave reducer in sclavitude, subjugar
ensnare trappar
ensue resultar, sequer
ensure assecurar
entail necessitar
entangle imbroliar, intricar
entanglement imbroliamento
entente cordial entente cordial
enter

  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= go in) entrar
  2. THEAT. entrar in scena
  3. (+ contest) inscriber se a
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= go into) entrar in, penetrar
  2. (= insert) introducer, insertar
  3. (= join) junger se a
  4. (= enroll) inscriber
  5. INFORM. (+ data) introducer

enterprise interprisa
enterprising interprendente
entertain

  1. (= amuse) diverter, intertener
  2. (= host) regalar
  3. (= consider) considerar

entertainment

  1. (= hospitality) hospitalitate
  2. (= amusement) intertenimento

enthrall captivar
enthuse enthusiasmar
enthusiasm enthusiasmo
enthusiast enthusiasta
enthusiastic enthusiastic
entice

  1. (= lure somewhere) escar
  2. (= attract) attraher, seducer
  3. (sb to do sth) incitar (un pers. a facer un c.)

enticement attraction, seduction
entire integre — the entire day tote le die
entirely

  1. (= completely) integremente, completemente, in toto e per toto
  2. (= uniquely) unicamente, exclusivemente

entitle titular
entity entitate
entourage suite
entr'acte interacto
entrails entranias
entrance1

  1. (= entry) entrata
  2. (= right to enter) derecto de entrata, accesso

entrance2 (= put into trance) ecstasiar, incantar
entrant concurrente
entreat implorar, supplicar
entreaty supplication
entrée entrée [F]
entrepreneur interprenditor
entrust confider, fider (un c. a un pers.), incargar (un pers. de un c.)
entry

  1. (= way in, passage) entrata
  2. (in dictionary) articulo, entrata
  3. (in register) inscription
  4. (book-keeping) partita

entwine intricar
enumerate enumerar
enumeration enumeration
enunciate enunciar
envelop inveloppar
envelope inveloppe
enviable invidiabile
envious invidiose
environment ambiente, milieu
environmental ambiental
envisage contemplar
envoy emissario
envy

  • ⟨n.⟩ invidia
  • ⟨vt.⟩ invidiar

epic

  • ⟨adj.⟩ epic
  • ⟨n.⟩ epos, epopeia

epicenter *epicentro
epidemic

  • ⟨adj.⟩ epidemic
  • ⟨n.⟩ epidemia

epilepsy epilepsia
epileptic

  • ⟨adj.⟩ epileptic
  • ⟨n.⟩ epileptico

epilog epilogo
episcopal episcopal
episode episodio
episodic episodic
epitaph epitaphio
epithet epitheto
epitome *epitome
epitomize

  1. (= summarize) resumer, summarisar
  2. (= typify) incarnar, personificar, esser le prototypo de, symbolisar

epoch epocha
equable

  1. (= unvarying) equabile
  2. (+ climate) stabile
  3. (= even-tempered) tranquille, seren

equal

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (gener.) equal, par (to a) — to consider o.s. equal to sb equalar se a un pers.
  2. (= suited for) al altitude de
  • ⟨n.⟩ equal
  • ⟨vt.⟩ equalar — Two plus two equals four. Duo plus duo equala quatro.

equality equalitate, paritate
equalize equalisar
equanimity equanimitate
equate equar
equation equation — to enter into the equation entrar in joco, entrar in consideration
equator equator
equatorial equatorial
Equatorial Guinea Guinea Equatorial
Equatorial Guinean

  • ⟨adj.⟩ equatoguinean
  • ⟨n.⟩ equatoguineano

equestrian equestre
equidistant equidistante
equilateral equilateral
equilibrium equilibrio
equinox equinoctio
equip armar, equipar (con)
equipment equipamento
equitable eque, juste
equity equitate
equivalence equivalentia
equivalent

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= to) equivalente a — to be equivalent to equivaler · two things are equivalent duo cosas se equivale
  • ⟨n.⟩ equivalente

equivocal equivoc
era era — Before Common Era (BCE) ante era commun; Common Era (CE) era commun
eradicate eradicar
erase rader, deler, facer disparer
eraser eradicator
erasing radimento, deletion, elimination
erasure rasura
erect

  • ⟨adj.⟩ erecte
  • ⟨vt.⟩ eriger

erection erection, construction
Eritrea Erythrea
Eritrean

  • ⟨adj.⟩ erythree
  • ⟨n.⟩ erythreo

erode eroder
erosion erosion
erotic erotic
err errar — to err on the side of caution peccar per excesso de prudentia
errand commission — to run an errand facer un commission
erratic erratic
erroneous erronee
error error; — clerical error error de copista
erudite culte, erudite — an erudite person (= scholar) un erudito
erudition erudition
erupt erumper
eruption eruption
escalate

  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (+ prices) crescer vertiginosemente
  2. (+ violence) intensificar se — to escalate into a war degenerar in un guerra
  • ⟨vt.⟩ intensificar

escalation

  1. augmentation, intensification
  2. (of hostilities) *escalata

escalator scala mobile
escapade escappada
escape

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= flight) escapatta, fuga, fugita
  2. (from prison) evasion
  3. (= means of escape) medio de fuga — fire escape scala (o apparato) de salvamento
  4. (fig.; from reality, boredom) evasion (del realitate)
  5. (= leakage) fuga
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= flee) escappar se, fugir
  2. (from prison) evader se
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= flee from) escappar se de
  2. (= avoid) evitar
  3. (= elude memory or attention of) escappar -- It escaped his notice. Il escappava su attention.

escapism *escapismo, evasion del realitate
escapist

  • ⟨n.⟩ soniator
  • ⟨adj.⟩ LITT. de evasion

eschew evitar
escort

  • ⟨n.⟩ escorta
  • ⟨vt.⟩ escortar

Eskimo eschimo
Eskimoan eschimo
esophagus esophago
esoteric esoteric
especial special, exceptional
especially super toto, specialmente, particularmente
espionage spionage
esplanade esplanada
espouse

  1. (= marry) sposar
  2. (+ cause, plan) adoptar

esprit de corps spirito de corpore
espy apperciper
essay

  • ⟨n.⟩ essayo
  • ⟨vt.⟩ essayar

essence essentia
essential essential — it is essential that... il importa que...
establish

  1. (= set up) establir
  2. (as fact) constatar

establishment establimento
estate

  1. (= property) proprietate — housing estate colonia residential · real estate benes immobile
  2. (after death) succession

esteem

  • ⟨n.⟩ estima
  • ⟨vt.⟩ estimar

estimate

  • ⟨n.⟩ estimation del precio
  • ⟨vt.⟩ estimar, evalutar

estimation estimation, evalutation
Estonia Estonia
Estonian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ estonian
  • ⟨n.⟩ estoniano

estranged separate — his estranged wife su sposa que vive separate de ille
estrangement separation, alienation, estraniamento
estuary estuario
et cetera et cetera
etch gravar al aqua forte
etching aqua forte
eternal eternal, eterne, sempiterne
eternalize eternalisar, immortalisar
eternity eternitate
ether ethere
ethical ethic
ethics ethica
Ethiopia Ethiopia
Ethiopian ⟨adj. & n.⟩ ethiope
Ethiopic

  • ⟨adj.⟩ ethiopic
  • ⟨n.⟩ ethiopico

ethnic ethnic
ethos ethos
etiquette etiquetta
etymological *etymologic
etymology etymologia
eucharist eucharista
eulogy elogio funebre
eunuch eunucho
euphemism euphemismo
euphoria *euphoria
Europe Europa
European

  • ⟨adj.⟩ europee
  • ⟨n.⟩ europeo

European Economic Community (EEC) Communitate Economic Europee (CEE)
euthanasia *euthanasia
evacuate evacuar
evacuation evacuation
evade eluder, evader
evaluate evalutar
evaluation evalutation
evangelical evangelic
evangelist evangelista
evangelize evangelisar
evaporate evaporar
evaporation evaporation
evasion evasion — tax evasion fraude fiscal
evasive evasive
eve

  1. (= evening) vespere
  2. (= festival) vigilia

even

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= equal) equal
  2. (≠ odd) par
  3. (= smooth) regular
  • ⟨adv.⟩ mesmo

evening vespere, vespera — in the evening le vespere
event evento — current events actualitates · in any event de tote maniera, in omne caso
even-tempered equanime
eventful memorabile, plen de evenimentos
eventual final
eventuality eventualitate
eventually finalmente
ever

  1. (= at any time) jammais, unquam
  2. (= always) semper

evergreen ⟨adj. & n.⟩ semperverde
everlasting sempiterne, eternal
every cata, omne, tote
everybodyeveryone
everyday ⟨adj.⟩ quotidian
everyone tote le mundo, totos, totes — everyone else else tote le alteres
everything toto — everything else tote le resto
everywhere ubique
evict evincer
eviction eviction
evidence

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= proof) provas, probas — a piece of evidence un prova (or proba) · direct/circumstantial evidence prova directe/circumstantial
  2. (= sign) signo, indicio
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= prove) demonstrar
  2. (= make evident) manifestar

evident evidente
evil

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (gener.) mal, malfaciente
  2. (= malevolent) malefic, *malvatie
  • ⟨n.⟩ mal — the lesser of the two evils le minor del duo males
  1. (+ spirit) maligne
  2. (= noxious) nocive
  3. (= fateful) fatidic

evocative evocatori
evoke evocar
evolution evolution
evolve evolver
ewe ove
ex-husband ex-marito
ex-president ex-presidente
ex-wife ex-marita
ex officio de officio
exacerbate exacerbar
exact

  • ⟨adj.⟩ exacte
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= demand) exiger
  2. (= extort) extorquer
  3. (= inflict) infliger

exacting exigente
exaggerate exaggerar
exaggeration exaggeration
exalt exaltar
exalted elevate
examination examine
examine

  1. (= investigate, test) examinar
  2. (= check) controlar

examiner

  1. (= tester) examinator
  2. (= checker) controlator

example exemplo — for example per exemplo · to make an example of facer un exemplo de · to set an example dar un exemplo
exasperate exasperar
exasperation exasperation
excavate excavar
excavation excavation
excavator excavator
exceed exceder
exceedingly multo
excel exceller
excellence excellentia
excellencyYour/His Excellency Vostre/(Su) Excellentia
excellent excellente
except

  • ⟨conj.⟩ si + (neg.), solmente — We'd purchase the house except that it costs too much. Nos comprarea le casa, solmente illo es nimis costose.
  • ⟨prep.⟩ excepte, salvo — all except him totes minus ille
  • ⟨vi.⟩ (to sth) objectar
  • ⟨vt.⟩ excluder, omitter

exception exception — with the exception of excepte, a exception de
exceptional exceptional
excerpt extracto
excess

  • ⟨adj.⟩ excedente, in excesso, in surplus, superflue
  • ⟨n.⟩ excesso — to excess a excesso

excessive excessive
exchange

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= swap) excambio
  2. ECON. cambio — bill of exchange littera de cambio · rate of exchange curso de cambio · stock exchange bursa
  • ⟨vt.⟩ excambiar, intercambiar

exchequer fisco, tresoreria
excise1 (= excise tax) imposto de consumo
excise2 (= cut off) excisar
excitabile excitabile
excite

  1. (= thrill) excitar, enthusiasmar — easily excited inflammabile · to get excited enthusiasmar se
  2. (+ feeling) suscitar

excitement excitamento
exciting excitante, excitative
exclaim exclamar
exclamation exclamation
exclude excluder
excluding al exclusion de
exclusion exclusion
exclusive exclusive
excommunicate excommunicar
excommunication excommunication
excrement excremento
excrete excretar
excretion excretion
excruciating cruciante
exculpate disculpar
excursion excursion
excuse

  • ⟨n.⟩ excusa
  • ⟨vt.⟩ excusar — Excuse me! Pardono!

execute executar
execution execution
executioner carnefice
executive

  • ⟨adj.⟩ executive
  • ⟨n.⟩ dirigente

executor executor
exemplary exemplar
exemplify exemplificar
exempt

  • ⟨adj.⟩ exempte
  • ⟨vt.⟩ exemptar

exemption exemption
exercise

  • ⟨n.⟩ exercitio
  • ⟨vi.⟩ exercitar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ exercitar

exert

  1. (= put into use) emplear
  2. (= o.s. to) effortiar se a

exertion effortio
exhale exhalar
exhaust

  • ⟨n.⟩ escappamento
  • ⟨vt.⟩ exhaurir

exhausted

  1. (= used up) exhaurite, exhauste
  2. (= tired) multo fatigate

exhaustion

  1. (= using up) exhaustion
  2. (= tiredness) grande fatiga

exhibit

  • ⟨n.⟩ (objecto de) exhibition
  • ⟨vt.⟩ exhibir

exhibition exhibition, exposition
exhibitionist exhibitionista
exhibitor exhibitor
exhilarating exhilarante
exhort exhortar
exhume exhumar
exile

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= state) exilio
  2. (= person) exiliato
  • ⟨vt.⟩ exiliar

exist exister, esser super Terra — to continue to exist subsister
existence esser, existentia — to come into existence nascer
existent existente
exit

  • ⟨n.⟩ (= way out, THEAT.) sortita — emergency exit sortita de succurso
  • ⟨vt.⟩ sortir

exodus exodo
exonerate exonerar
exorbitant exorbitante
exorcism exorcismo
exorcist exorcista
exorcize exorcisar
exotic exotic
expand

  • ⟨vi.⟩ expander se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ expander

expanse extension, largo
expansion expansion
expatriate

  • ⟨n.⟩ expatriato
  • ⟨vt.⟩ expatriar

expatriation expatriation
expect expectar
expectant expectante, gravide
expectation expectation
expedient ⟨adj. & n.⟩ expediente
expedition expedition
expel expeller
expend dispender, expender
expenditure dispensa, expensa — capital expenditure *immobilisationes
expense dispensa, expensa — great expense dispendio · traveling expenses dispensas de viage
expensive car, costose
experience

  • ⟨n.⟩ experientia
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= go through) haber experientia de
  2. (+ defeat, hardship) suffrer
  3. (+nbsp;feeling) sentir

experienced experimentate
experiment

  • ⟨n.⟩ experimento
  • ⟨vi.⟩ experimentar

experimental experimental
expert

  • ⟨adj.⟩ experte
  • ⟨n.⟩ experto

expertise competentia, habilitate
expiate expiar
expiation expiation
expire

  1. (= exhale; die) expirar
  2. (= lapse) perimer

expired perempte, perimite
expiry expiration, termination
explain explicar
explanation explication
expletive

  • ⟨adj.⟩ expletive
  • ⟨n.⟩ expletiva

explicit explicite
explode

  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. exploder, detonar
  2. (with anger) infuriar se, exploder de rabie
  3. (= increase drastically) crescer in flecha
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. facer exploder, facer detonar
  2. (= disprove) refutar

exploit

  • ⟨n.⟩ prodessa, gesta
  • ⟨vt.⟩ exploitar

exploitation exploitation
exploiter exploitator
exploration exploration
explore explorar
explorer explorator
explosion explosion
explosive

  • ⟨adj.⟩ explosive
  • ⟨n.⟩ explosivo

exponent

  1. (= interpreter) interprete
  2. MATH. exponente

export

  • ⟨n.⟩ exportation
  • ⟨vt.⟩ exportar

exportation exportation
exporter exportator
expose

  1. (= display) exponer
  2. (= unmask) dismascar

exposure exposition
expound exponer
express

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= without stops; explicit) expresse
  2. (= specific) precise
  3. (+ rifle, cartridge) de alte velocitate
  • ⟨adv.⟩ per currero expresse
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= express train) expresso, rapido
  2. (= express messenger) expresso
  • ⟨vt.⟩ exprimer

expression expression
expressive expressive
expressly expressemente
expressway autostrata
expropriate expropriar
expulsion expulsion
expurgate expurgar
exquisite exquisite
extant ancora existante
extempore

  • ⟨adj.⟩ extemporanee, improvisate
  • ⟨adv.⟩ sin preparation, de maniera improvisate — to speak extempore improvisar un discurso

extemporize

  • ⟨vi.⟩ parlar extemporaneemente
  • ⟨vt.⟩ improvisar

extend

  • ⟨vi.⟩ extender se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ extender

extended extendite, prolongate
extender extensor
extensible extensibile, extendibile
extension extension
extensive extensive
extensor ANAT. (musculo) extensor
extent extension
extenuating attenuante
exterior

  • ⟨adj. & n.⟩ exterior

exterminate exterminar
extermination extermination
external externe extinct extincte — to go extinct (+ species) extinguer se
extinction extinction — on the brink of extinction in via de extinction, al bordo del extinction · to face extinction esser menaciate de extinction
extinguish extinguer
extinguisher extinctor
extol exaltar
extort extorquer
extortion extortion
extortionate exorbitante
extra

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= additional) additional, supplementari, supernumerari
  2. (= more than needed) in plus
  • ⟨adv.⟩
  1. (= especially) extra, particularmente
  2. to charge extra facer pagar plus
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= additional feature) extra
  2. (= additional charge) costo additional
  3. (= special edition of newspaper) numero special
  4. CIN. figurante

extract

  • ⟨n.⟩ (gener.) extracto
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= draw out) extractar, extraher
  2. (+ information, money) obtener
  3. (from book) selectionar

extraction extraction
extradite extrader
extradition extradition
extramural extramural
extraneous extranee
extraordinary extraordinari
extravagance

  1. (= oddness) extravagantia
  2. (= wastefulness) prodigalitate

extravagant

  1. (= odd) extravagante
  2. (= wasteful) prodige

extreme

  • ⟨adj.⟩ extreme
  • ⟨n.⟩ extremo, ultrantia — to carry to extremes ultrar

extremist ⟨adj. & n.⟩ extremista
extremity extremitate
extricate disembarassar
extrinsic extrinsec
extrovert extrovertito
extroverted extrovertite
exuberance exuberantia
exuberant exuberante
exude exsudar
exult exultar
eye

  • ⟨modif.⟩ ocular
  • ⟨n.⟩ oculo — black eye oculo contose · to keep an eye on vigilar super · to open someone's eyes to disabusar un pers. super · to see eye to eye with vider le cosas del mesme oculo que · to turn a blind eye to esser cec super
  • ⟨vt.⟩ ocular, observar

eyeball globo del oculo
eyebrow supercilio
eyebath bassinetto ocular
eye-catching que salta al oculo
eyelash cilio
eyelid palpebra
eye-opener revelation
eyeshade visiera
eyesight viso, vista
eyesore vista fede
eyestrain fatiga del oculos
eyetooth dente canin
eyewitness teste ocular

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fable fabula
fabric

  1. (= cloth) texito, stoffa
  2. (= building) structura

fabricate fabricar
fabulous fabulose
façade faciada
face

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. ANAT. facie — face to face facie a facie · to lose face perder le facie · to save face salvar le facie
  2. (of clock) quadrante
  • ⟨vt.⟩ affrontar, confrontar

facecloth panno pro lavar se le facie
facelift operation plastic facial, *lifting
facet

  • ⟨n.⟩ facietta
  • ⟨vt.⟩ faciettar

facetious facetiose
facial facial
facilitate facilitar
facility

  1. (= ease) facilitate
  2. (= building, equipment) installation, structura, complexo

facsimile facsimile
fact facto — as a matter of fact effectivemente · in fact de facto
faction faction
factor factor
factory fabrica
factual objective, positive
faculty (gener.) facultate
fad

  1. (= craze) (micre) mania
  2. (= novelty) novitate

fade

  1. (= lose color) distinger se
  2. (= wither) marcer
  3. (out) disparer progressivemente

faded

  1. (= discolored) discolorate
  2. (= withered) marcide

Fahrenheit Fahrenheit /ˈfarɛn(h)ait/
fail

  • ⟨n.⟩ fiasco — without fail sin falta
  • ⟨vi.⟩ faller, insucceder, facer fiasco
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= disappoint) disappunctar, mancar a
  2. Words fail me. Le parolas me manca.
  3. His strength failed him. Su fortias le falleva.

failing

  • ⟨adj.⟩ que falle, *insuccedente, debile
  • ⟨n.⟩ debilitate, defecto
  • ⟨prep.⟩ in absentia de

failure fallimento, fiasco, insuccesso
faint

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (+ sound, voice; hope) debile
  2. (+ light; smell) tenue
  3. (+ taste; smile) legier /leˈd͡ʒɛr/
  4. (+ idea, memory; resemblance) vage
  5. (= timid) timorose
  • ⟨n.⟩ perdita de conscientia
  • ⟨vi.⟩ perder conscientia

faint-hearted timide, pusillanime
fair1

  1. (= just) juste, eque
  2. (= beautiful; fine) belle
  3. (+ skin) clar
  4. (+ hair) blonde
  5. (+ copy; = clean) nette
  6. (= passable) passabile

fair2 (= exhibition) feria
fairground campo de feria
fairly

  1. (= rather) assatis
  2. (= justly) justemente

fair-mindedness impartialitate
fairness

  1. (= evenness) justitia, equitate, impartialitate
  2. (= paleness) claritate, *pallor, *blancura

fairy

  • ⟨adj.⟩ feeric
  • ⟨n.⟩ fee

fairyland feeria
faith fide, credentia — to have faith in confider, fider se in
faithful fidel
faithfulness fidelitate
faithless disloyal, false, perfide
fake

  • ⟨adj.⟩ fraudulente
  • ⟨n.⟩ falso
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= counterfeit) contrafacer
  2. (= feign) finger, simular
  3. (= improvise) improvisar

falcon falcon
faldstool faldistorio
fall

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= drop) cadita
  2. (= autumn) autumno
  3. (= capture) captura
  4. (= lowering) abbassamento
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. cader
  2. (upon sth) incider

fallacious fallace
fallacy fallacia
fall back replicar se
fall behind devenir in retardo
fall down cader per terra
fallible fallibile
fall in

  1. (= line up) alinear se
  2. (= collapse) collaber

fall off distachar se
fallow1

  1. (+ land) incultivate
  2. (+ resources, market) inactive, inexploitate

fallow2 (= yellowish brown) fulve<!—LA fulvus IT fulvo FR fauve PT ful(v)o—>
fall through (= fail) faller
false

  1. (= untrue; invalid; treacherous) false
  2. (= artificial) posticie

falsehood

  1. (= falseness) falsitate
  2. (= lie) mendacio

falsify falsificar
falter

  1. (= hesitate) hesitar
  2. (+ voice) alterar se
  3. (= stagger) titubar

fame fama, celebritate
familiar familiar
familiarity familiaritate
familiarize familiarisar
family familia
famine fame
famished famelic
famous famose, celebre — world-famous de fama mundial
fan1

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= hand-agitated device) flabello
  2. (= machine) ventilator
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= cool air with fan) flabellar
  2. (= ventilate) ventilar
  3. (fig.) alimentar

fan2

  1. (of a celebrity) fan, admirator
  2. (of a team) fan, devoto
  3. (of a sport, hobby) enthusiasta, aficionado [H]

fanatic fanatico
fanatical fanatic
fanaticism fanatismo
fanbelt cinctura del ventilator
fanciful capriciose, phantastic
fancy

  • ⟨adj.⟩ de phantasia, decorate, ornate
  1. (= sophisticated) sophisticate
  2. (= intricate) complexe
  3. (= fashionable) al moda
  • ⟨n.⟩ phantasia
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= imagine) imaginar
  2. (= like) amar, placer ⟨v. imp.⟩

fanfare fanfar
fang dente canin
fantastic phantastic
fantasy

  1. (= myth; desire; idea) phantasia
  2. LITT. le litteratura phantastic

far

  • ⟨adj.⟩ distante, lontan, remote
  • ⟨adv.⟩
  1. (= away) longe — by far per un large margine · far from longe de · so far usque ora
  2. (= much, way) multo

farce THEAT. farsa
the Far East le Extreme Oriente
fare

  1. (of trip) precio del viage
  2. (= food) alimento
  • ⟨vi.⟩ —He fared well/badly. Le cosas iva ben/mal pro ille. · How did you fare? Como iva le cosas pro te?

farewell

  • ⟨interj.⟩ Adeo! Vale!
  • ⟨n.⟩ adieu [F]

far-fetched improbabile
farm

  • ⟨adj.⟩ agricole
  • ⟨n.⟩ ferma — dairy farm ferma lactari · sewage farm station de purification
  • ⟨vi.⟩ esser agricultor
  • ⟨vt.⟩ cultivar

farmer agricultor, fermero
farmhouse (casa de) ferma
farming

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (gener.) agricole
  2. (+ method) de cultivation
  • ⟨n.⟩ agricultura — fish farming piscicultura · oyster farming ostreicultura · poultry farming pullicultura

farmland terreno a cultivar
farmyard corte de ferma
far-reaching de grande *portata
far-sighted

  1. presbyopic, *hypermetrope
  2. (= foresighted) previdente

farther

  1. (= situated beyond) ulterior
  2. (= more far) plus distante

farthest le plus distante
fascinate fascinar
fascinating fascinante
fascination fascination
fascism fascismo
fascist ⟨adj. & n.⟩ fascista
fashion

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= vogue) moda, voga — to be in fashion esser de moda, esser in voga · out of fashion passate de moda, foras de moda
  2. (= way) modo, maniera
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= make) fabricar
  2. (= shape) formar

fashionable al moda, fashionable
fast1

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= rapid) rapide, veloce, celere
  2. (= immobile) firme
  • ⟨adv.⟩
  1. (= rapidly) rapidemente
  2. (= solidly) firmemente, solidemente — to stand fast esser/star immobile

fast2

  • ⟨n.⟩ (= abstinence from eating) jejuno
  • ⟨vi.⟩ jejunar

fasten *attachar, fixar
fastener serratura — zip fastener serratura fulmine
fastidious difficile (a satisfacer), scrupulose
fat

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= plump) corpulente
  2. (= fatty) grasse
  • ⟨n.⟩ grassia

fatal fatal, mortal
fatality fatalitate
fate fato, sorte
fateful decisive, fatal
father

  • ⟨n.⟩ patre
  • ⟨vt.⟩ ingenerar

father-in-law patre affin
fatherhood paternitate
fatherland patria
fatherly paternal
fathom

  • ⟨n.⟩ fathom
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= sound) sondar
  2. (= penetrate) approfundar, penetrar

fathomless impenetrabile, *insondabile
fatigue

  • ⟨n.⟩ fatiga
  • ⟨vi.⟩ fatigar se

fatten ingrassiar
fatty grasse
fatuous fatue
faucet valvula
fault

  1. (= blame) culpa — It's my fault. Il es mi culpa. · to be at fault (= guilty) esser responsabile, (= mistaken) haber torto, esser in error
  2. (= defect) defecto, falta, imperfection ·  to find fault with criticar, censurar
  3. GEO. fallia

faultless impeccabile
faulty defective, defectuose, imperfecte
fauna fauna
favor

  • ⟨n.⟩ favor — to curry favor with insinuar se in le favor de
  • ⟨vt.⟩ favorir

favorable favorabile
favorite

  • ⟨adj.⟩ favorite
  • ⟨n.⟩ favorito

favoritism favoritismo
fawn1 ZOOL. *cervino, cervo juvene
fawn2 ⟨vi.⟩ (on sb) adular servilmente
fear

  • ⟨n.⟩ timor, pavor
  • ⟨vt.⟩ haber timor de, timer

fearful

  1. (= afraid) timorose, pavide
  2. (= dreadful) timibile

fearless impavide, intrepide
feasible practicabile, facibile
feast

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. RELIG. festa
  2. (= meal) banchetto, festino
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. banchettar
  2. (on sth) regalar se con

feat facto, prodessa
feather pluma
featherbed lecto de plumas
featherweight peso pluma
feature

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= characteristic) characteristica, tracto
  2. (in newspaper) articulo special
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (+ news, event) presentar
  2. (+ actor) haber como protagonista

February februario
feckless debile, incapabile
federal federal
federate

  • ⟨adj.⟩ federate
  • ⟨vt.⟩ federar

federation federation
fed up
fee derecto, honorario
feeble debile
feeble-minded mentecapte
feed

  • ⟨n.⟩ alimentation, nutrimento
  • ⟨vi.⟩ nutrir se (on de)
  • ⟨vt.⟩ alimentar, nutrir

feedback reaction, retroaction
feel

  1. (= have sensation) sentir
  2. (= touch) palpar, tastar

feeler antenna, corno
feeling

  1. (= sensation) sentimento
  2. (= by touch) palpation

feign finger, simular (to do de facer)
feint

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. attacco simulate
  2. (boxing) *finta
  • ⟨v.⟩ *fintar

feline felin
fell1 (= cut down) abatter
fell2 (= pelt) pelle
fell3 (≈ moor) monticulo petrose
fellow (= companion) companion, collega

  1. (= in college) socio, associato
  2. (= chap) typo

fellowship

  1. (= company) association
  2. (= scholarship) bursa de studio

felon criminal
felony crimine
felt feltro
female

  • ⟨adj.⟩ feminin
  • ⟨n.⟩ femina, *feminina

fence

  • ⟨n.⟩ barriera, palissada
  • ⟨v.⟩ palar

fence

  • ⟨v.⟩ SPORT schermir

fencing SPORT scherma
fend

  1. (for sb) provider pro
  2. (for o.s.) volar per su proprie alas
  3. (sth off) parar

fender

  1. (= bumper) paracolpos
  2. (= fireguard) guardafoco
  3. (= mudguard) guardafango

ferment

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= leaven) fermento
  2. (fig.) agitation
  • ⟨v.⟩ fermentar

fermentation fermentation
fern filice
ferocious feroce
ferocity ferocitate
ferret

  • ⟨n.⟩ furetto
  • ⟨v.⟩
  1. furettar
  2. (sth out) discoperir per recercas minutiose

ferry

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= ferryboat) barca de transbordo, ferryboat [A]
  2. (= fare) passage
  3. (= aircraft delivery) livration
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. transportar per barca — to ferry sb/sth over transportar un pers./c. al altere ripa
  2. (+ aircraft) livrar
  3. (by another means of transportation) vehicular

ferryman capitano de ferryboat
fertile fecunde, fertile
fertility fertilitate
fertilize fertilisar
fertilizer fertilisante
fervent fervente, fervide, ardente
fervor ardor, fervor
fester putrefacer se, suppurar
festival (= celebration) festa; MUS. *festival
festive festive
festivity festivitate
festoon

  • ⟨n.⟩ feston
  • ⟨v.⟩ guirlandar

fetch (ir a) cercar, reportar
fete festa
fetid *fetide
fetish fetiche
fetter

  • ⟨n.⟩ pedica
  • ⟨v.⟩ cargar de ferros, incatenar

fetters ferros, pedicas
fetus feto
feud inimicitate (= inter familias), vendetta
feudal feudal
feudalism feudalismo
fever febre — hay fever febro de feno, rheumatic fever febre rheumatic, scarlet fever febre scarlatin, yellow fever febre jalne
feverish febril
few

  • ⟨adj.⟩ pauc, *poc, non multe — a few alicun, *alcun, *qualcun, *qualque /-ke/ · one of the few survivors uno del pauc superviventes · every few days cata duo o tres dies
  • ⟨pron.⟩ (people) pauches, (things) paucos, pocos — few of them pauches de illes · a few (of them) alicunes (de illes) · one of the few who uno del pauches que

fewer minus de — fewer than minus que, (before number) minus de/que · fewer and fewer de minus en minus de
fiancé fidantiato, promisso
fiancée fidantiata, promissa
fiasco fiasco
fib

  • ⟨n.⟩ mendacietto, micre mentita
  • ⟨v.⟩ dicer parve menditas, dicer mendaciettos

fibre fibra
fibreglass fibra de vitro, lana de vitro
fickle inconstante, versatile
fiction fiction — science fiction *scientia-fiction
fictitious ficticie, fictive
fiddle

  • ⟨n.⟩ violino
  • ⟨vt.⟩ (= falsify) manipular, falsificar
  • ⟨vi.⟩ (= play the violin) sonar le violino
  1. (= act nervously) jocar nervosemente
  2. (= try to fix) tentar de reparar/adjustar

fidelity fidelitate
fidget agitar se (nervosemente)
field campo — ice field banchisa

playing field campo de joco — to level the playing field (fig.) dar le mesme opportunitates a tote le mundo

fiend

  1. (= demon; cruel person) demonio, diabolo
  2. (= enthusiast) enthusiasto, fanatico
  3. (= drug addict) narcomano

fiendish demoniac, diabolic; cruel
fierce feroce
ardente ardente
fife MUS. ⟨n.⟩ pipa

  • ⟨v.⟩ (= play the fife) pipar

fifteen dece-cinque
fifteenth

  • ⟨adj.⟩ dece-quinte
  • ⟨n.⟩ dece-quinto

fifth

  • ⟨adj.⟩ quinte
  • ⟨n.⟩ quinto

fiftieth

  • ⟨adj.⟩ cinquantesime
  • ⟨n.⟩ cinquantesimo

fifty cinquanta
fig fico — fig tree fichierio
fight

  • ⟨n.⟩ combatto, lucta — to show fight monstrar le dentes
  • ⟨v.⟩ combatter, batter se, luctar, contender

fighter

  1. (= sb who fights) combattente, luctator
  2. (= jet) avion de combatto, interceptor

fighting

  • ⟨adj.⟩ combattente
  • ⟨n.⟩ combatto, combattimento

fight off resister a, repulsar
figment fingimento
figurative figurative
figure

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= appearance, person, shape) figura
  2. (≈ number) cifra
  • ⟨vi.⟩ (= appear) figurar
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= depict) figurar
  2. (= think) pensar, dicer se, figurar se

figure out

  1. (= undestand) comprender
  2. (= solve) solver, resolver
  3. (= think of) trovar

figurehead

  1. NAUT. figura de proa
  2. (fig.) chef nominal

Fiji (le insulas) Fiji
Fijian

  • ⟨adj.⟩ fijian
  • ⟨n.⟩ fijiano

filament filamento
file1

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= folder) classificator
  2. (= dossier) dossier
  3. (= line of persons) fila — single file fila indian
  4. INFORM. file [A]
  5. (on chessboard) columna
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (+ document) archivar, junger a un dossier
  2. (under heading) classificar
  3. (+ patent) depositar
  4. (+ claim, complaint) presentar

file2

  • ⟨n.⟩ (= tool) lima
  • ⟨vt.⟩ limar

filial filial
filing archivamento
filings limatura
fill

  • ⟨n.⟩ — to eat one's fill mangiar a satietate
  • ⟨vi.⟩ plenar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= make full) plenar, impler
  2. (+ tooth) *obturar, plumbar
  3. (= load) cargar

fill in

  1. (+ ditch) reimpler
  2. (+ form) completar

fill out

  • ⟨vi.⟩(= put on weight) ganiar peso
  • ⟨vt.⟩ (+ form) completar

fill up reimpler (al bordo)
fillet

  • ⟨n.⟩ filet
  • ⟨vt.⟩ disossar

filling (dentistry) *obturation
film

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= thin layer) pellicula, velo
  2. PHOT. pellicula
  3. (= movie) film — full-length film longe metrage ·  short film curte metrage · silent film film mute
  • ⟨v.⟩ filmar

filmstrip film fixe
filter

  • ⟨n.⟩ filtro
  • ⟨vi.⟩ filtrar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ filtrar

filth immunditia
filthy immunde
fin aletta, pinna
final

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= last) final, ultime
  2. (= decisive) decisive, definitive
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. SPORT final
  2. GRAM. desinentia, termination

finale final
finalist finalista
finalize completar, mitter a puncto
finance

  • ⟨n.⟩ financia
  • ⟨v.⟩ financiar

financial financiari
financier financiero
find

  • ⟨n.⟩ discoperta
  • ⟨v.⟩ trovar, discoperir

find out discoperir
findable trovabile
finder trovator
findings (= conclusions) conclusiones; JUR. sententia, verdicto
fine

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= good) belle, bon — The weather is fine. Il face belle (or bon) tempore.
  2. (= not coarse) fin, pur; (of behaviour) admirabile, nobile
  • ⟨n.⟩ mulcta
  • ⟨v.⟩ mulctar

fineness finessa
finery vestimentos del festa
finesse finessa
finger digito (de mano) — index finger digito indice · little finger digito auricular · middle finger digito medie · ring finger digito anular

fish finger bastonetto de pisce

fingermarks tracias de manos
fingernail ungue
fingerprint impression digital
fingertip puncta del digito
finish

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= end of process) conclusion, termino — from start to finish del initio al fin · fight to the finish lucta a morte
  2. (= end of race) arrivata — photo finish photo finish, decision per photo
  3. (= surface coating) vernisse de finition
  • ⟨vi.⟩ finir (se)
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (gener.) finir
  2. (= kill) occider

finish off

  1. (= complete; use up) terminar, finir
  2. (= put out of misery) mitter fin al suffrentias de

finite finite
Finland Finlandia
Finn finno
Finnish ⟨adj. & n.⟩ finnese
fir abiete
fire

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= flames; campfire; in hearth) foco, igne — to catch fire prender foco · to play with fire jocar con le foco · to set on fire incendiar, inflammar, conflagrar
  2. (in forest, building) incendio
  3. MILIT. foco — to be under fire esser sub le foco inimic · to hold one's fire non tirar, (when already firing) cessar le foco · to open fire aperir le foco
  • ⟨vi.⟩ facer foco
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (+ gun) discargar, tirar
  2. (+ rocket) lancear
  3. (= dismiss) dimitter
  4. (with enthusiasm) inflammar

firearm arma de foco
fire-extinguisher extinctor
fireguard guardafoco
firelight lumine del focar
fireman

  1. (of fire brigade) pumpero
  2. (= stoker) fochero

fireplace camino
fireproof

  • ⟨adj.⟩ incombustibile, ignifuge
  • ⟨vt.⟩ ignifugar

fireproofing ignifugation
fireside

  1. (= space by fire) angulo del focar
  2. (= seat) *sedia del camino

firework foco de artificio
firm1 ⟨adj.⟩ firme, decise — to make firm firmar
firm2 (= company) firma, interprisa
firmly firmemente
first

  • ⟨adj.⟩ prime
  • ⟨adv.⟩ in prime loco, primarimente

first-born

  • ⟨adj.⟩ primogenite
  • ⟨n.⟩ primogenito

first-class de prime ordine, de prime classe
first-hand de prime mano
first-rate optime
fiscal fiscal
fish

  • ⟨n.⟩ pisce
  • ⟨v.⟩ piscar

fisherman piscator
fishhook hamo
fishing

  • ⟨modif.⟩ (+ boat, net, rod) de pisca
  • ⟨n.⟩ pisca

fishmonger venditor de pisces
fishy

  1. (= smelling or tasting of fish) que odora o gusta como pisce
  2. (= suspicious) suspecte, dubiose

fission fission
fist pugno
fit1

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= suitable) apte, convenibile
  2. (= healthy) san, in forma
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (+ clothes) vader ben (a un persona) — to fit like a glove vader como un guanto
  2. (= be the right size for container) entrar — It won't fit in the suitcase. Illo non entra in le valise.
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (sth in sth) facer entrar — You can fit in another jacket. Vos pote facer entrar un altere jachetta.
  2. (= install) installar
  3. (= equip) equipar (con)

fit2

  1. MED. convulsion, paroxysmo
  2. (= outburst) accesso, attacco

fitness

  1. (= suitability) aptitude, capacitate
  2. (= physical state) sanitate
  3. (= good health) bon forma

fitter adjustator, montator
fitting

  • ⟨adj.⟩ appropriate, convenibile
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= making fit) adjustamento
  2. (= trying on clothes) essayage

five cinque
fix

  • ⟨v.⟩ (= in place) fixar
  1. (= correct) corriger
  2. (= repair) reparar

fixation fixation
fixed (= stable) fixe
fixture (= permanent structure) mobile fixe; (sport) incontro sportive,*match
fizz effervescer
fizzy effervescente
fjord fiord
flabby flaccide
flag1

  • ⟨n.⟩ bandiera
  • ⟨vt.⟩ marcar con bandieras

flag2 (= weaken) debilitar se
flagon flasco
flagpole mast de bandiera
flagrant flagrante
flair flair
flake

  • ⟨n.⟩ flocco — soap flake flocco de sapon
  • ⟨vi.⟩ rumper se in floccos

flaky floccose
flamboyant extravagante
flame

  • ⟨n.⟩ flamma
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= blaze) flammar
  2. (with embarrassment, anger) colorar se

flamingo flamingo
flammable flammabile
flan flaon
flank

  • ⟨n.⟩ flanco
  • ⟨vt.⟩ (= protect flank of; be placed at flank of) flancar

flannel

  • ⟨modif.⟩ de flanella
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. TEXT. flanella
  2. (= washcloth) panno facial

flap

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (of enveloppe, pocket) linguetta
  2. (of table, counter) battente, valva
  3. (= flapping of wings) battimento
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (+ wings) batter
  2. (+ sails, flag) agitar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (+ wings) batter
  2. (+ sheet) succuter
  3. (+ arms) agitar

flare

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= flash) flamma subite (o vacillante)
  2. (= signal) *rochetto de signalamento
  • ⟨vi.⟩ flammar

flare up inflammar se
flash

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (of light) fulgure
  2. PHOT. *flash
  • ⟨vi.⟩ fulgurar

flashback scena retrospective
flashbulb ampulla *flash
flashlight

  1. PHOT. *flash
  2. (= torch) lampa de tasca

flask ampulla, flasco — Thermos flask thermos
flat

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= level) plan, platte
  2. (= downright) categoric
  3. (+ taste) insipide
  • ⟨adv.⟩ MUS. false
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= dwelling) appartamento
  2. (= puncture) panna de pneu
  3. MUS. bemolle

flat-footed con pedes platte
flatfish platessa
flatness

  1. (= evenness) *planessa
  2. (+ taste) insipiditate
  3. (= monotony) monotonia

flatten applanar, applattar
flattening applattamento
flatter adular, blandir, flattar, incensar
flatterer adulator, f. adulatrice
flattering blande, complimentari
flattery adulation, flatteria
flatulence flatulentia
flaunt ostentar
flautist flautista
flavor

  • ⟨n.⟩ gusto, sapor
  • ⟨vt.⟩ condimentar

flaw defecto, imperfection
flawless perfecte, sin defecto
flax lino
flay excoriar
flea pulice
fleck macula, particula
flee fugir
fleece

  • ⟨n.⟩ tonsion
  • ⟨vt.⟩ tonder

fleet flotta
fleeting fugace
fleming flamingo
Flemish flaminge
flesh carne
flex

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= act of flexing) flexion, flexo
  2. (= cord) cordon
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (+ knee) flecter
  2. (+ muscle) contraher — to flex your muscles (fig.) monstrar le musculos

flexible flexibile
flick

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= short stroke) colpetto
  2. (with the fingers) colpo de digito
  • ⟨vi.⟩ (though a book) foliar
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= flip with finger) dar un colpo de digito a
  2. (+ button) pressar, pulsar

flicker

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (of light) vacillation
  2. (of eyelid) battimento
  • ⟨vi.⟩ vacillar

flight1 (= fleeing) fugita
flight2

  1. (= flying) volo
  2. (of bullet) trajectoria
  3. (of stairs) rampa

flimsy legier, pauco solide
flinch recular, facer un grimasse de dolor
fling jectar, lancear
flint silice
flip

  • ⟨n.⟩ (= somersault) salto mortal — front/back flip salto mortal avante / a retro
  • ⟨vi.⟩ inverter se
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= turn) girar
  2. (= flick) pulsar, pressar
  3. (= toss) lancear

flippancy manco de serio
flippant legier, pauco serie
flirt

  • ⟨n.⟩ flirtator, coquetta
  • ⟨vi.⟩ flirtar

flit papilionar
float

  • ⟨n.⟩ flottator
  • ⟨vi.⟩ flottar, vogar

flock

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (of sheep) grege
  2. (of wool) flocco
  • ⟨vi.⟩ affluer — to flock together attruppar se

floe blocco de glacie flottante
flog flagellar
flogging flagellation
flood

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (of water) inundation
  2. (= surge) diluvio, torrente
  • ⟨vt.⟩ inundar

floodlight

  • ⟨n.⟩ illumination de projectores
  • ⟨vt.⟩ illuminar con projectores

floor

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= ground) solo, pavimento
  2. (= storey) etage, plano — ground floor plano terren
  • ⟨vt.⟩ consternar

floorboard tabula de pavimento
flop

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= noise) ruito surde
  2. (= failure) fiasco
  • ⟨vt.⟩ faller

flop down cader pesantemente
floppy flaccide, (multo) flexibile
flora flora
floral floral
florin florino
florid

  1. (+ style) floride
  2. (+ complexion) rubicunde

florist

  1. florista
  2. (= flower shop) boteca de florista, *floreria

flounder

  • ⟨n.⟩ (specie de) platessa
  • ⟨vi.⟩ proceder con difficultate

flour farina
flourish

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= gesture) grande gesto
  2. MUS. *floritura
  3. (= written) *parapho
  • ⟨vi.⟩ florer, florescer, prosperar
  • ⟨vt.⟩ agitar

flout disobedir a, tractar sin respecto
flow

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (gener.) fluxo, flucto, currente — a flow of words un fluxo de parolas
  2. (≠ ebb) fluxo
  3. (= direction) curso
  4. (of traffic) circulation
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (+ liquid) fluer, (together) confluer
  2. (+ blood) fluer, circular
  3. (into sth; + river) imbuccar in
  4. (+ crowd) affluer
  5. (+ hair) pender
  6. (= abound) abundar (with in)
  7. (+ words) sonar natural, sonar ben
  8. to keep the conversation flowing mantener le conversation vive

flow back refluer
flow forth effluer
flow out defluer
flower

  • ⟨n.⟩ flor
  • ⟨vi.⟩ florer, florescer

flowerpot vaso a flores
fluinfluenza
fluctuate fluctuar
fluctuation fluctuation
flue tubo (de camino, de organo)
fluency fluentia
fluent fluente, eloquente — to be fluent in a language parlar un lingua *fluidemente
fluently *fluidemente, con fluentia, perfectemente
fluff lanugine
fluffy lanuginose
fluid

  • ⟨adj.⟩ fluide
  • ⟨n.⟩ fluido — cleaning fluid dismaculator

fluorescent fluorescente
fluoride fluoruro
flush

  • ⟨adj.⟩ (+ level) nivellate
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= cards) *flush
  2. (= flow) fluxo subite
  3. (= redness) rubor (del facie)
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= redden) rubescer
  2. (of lavatory) functionar
  • ⟨vt.⟩ lavar con aqua currente

flushed excitate
fluster

  • ⟨n.⟩ agitation
  • ⟨vt.⟩ render nervose

flute flauta
flutter

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= agitation) agitation
  2. (of wings) movimento
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= beat irregularly) palpitar
  2. (of wings) papilionar
  • ⟨vt.⟩ batter, agitar

flux fluxo, flucto
fly ZOOL. musca — tsetse fly musca *tsetse
fly

  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= in air) volar
  2. (+ flag) flottar
  3. (= flee) fugir
  4. (= rush) precipitar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ (= pilot) pilotar

fly away partir '(volante)
fly back retornar (volante)
fly off comenciar volar, projectar se in le aere
fly up montar (volante)
flyover ponte superior
flytrap BOT. attrappamuscas
foal pullo, cavallo o asino neonate
foam

  • ⟨n.⟩ scuma, spuma
  • ⟨vi.⟩ scumar, spumar

focal focal
focus

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (gener.) foco, centro — focus of attention centro de attention · primary focus foco principal
  2. (= attention) attention
  3. OPT., PHOT. foco
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (+ light) converger
  2. (+ eyes) fixar se
  3. (= concentrate) concentrar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (+ light) facer converger, concentrar
  2. (+ camera) focalisar, regular le foco de
  3. (+ one's attention) concentrar, focalisar

fodder forrage
foe inimico, adversario
foetus feto
fog bruma, nebula
foggy brumose, nebulose
foghorn sirena (de nebula)
foible puncto debile
foil

  • ⟨n.⟩ (= leaf, thin sheet) folio (= de auro o de altere metallo)
  1. (= contrast) contrasto
  • ⟨v.⟩ frustrar

foist imponer, incargar
fold

  • ⟨n.⟩ (= doubling) plica, (= for sheep) ovil
  • ⟨vt.⟩ plicar
  • ⟨vi.⟩ plicar se

folder (= for papers) camisa

  1. (= printed) prospecto

folding plicabile, abundante
foliage foliage
folk populo, nation
folkdance dansa traditional
folklore folklore
folksong canto traditional
folktale legenda traditional
follow

  • ⟨vi.⟩ resultar
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= go after) sequer
  2. (= copy) imitar
  3. (= understand) comprender

follower adherente, discipulo, imitator
folly follia
fond affectionate — to be fond of affectionar, amar
fondle caressar
fondness affection, teneressa
font fonte
food alimento, nutrimento
fool

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= dolt) imbecille, idiota — to make a fool of o.s. render se ridicule
  2. (= buffoon) buffon
  • ⟨vt.⟩ dupar

foolish imprudente, insensate, fatue
foolishness imprudentia
foot pede
football

  1. (= soccer) football
  2. (= American sport) football american
  3. (= ball) ballon

footballer *footballero
footbridge ponte pro pedones, *passerella
foothold puncto de appoio (pro le pedes)
footlights lumines del proscenio
footnote apostilla, nota al pede del pagina
footpath sentiero
footprint impression del pede
footstep passo
footwear calceatura
for

  • ⟨conj.⟩ nam, pois, quia
  • ⟨prep.⟩
  1. (= on behalf of, in exchange for) pro
  2. (= during) durante
  3. (= since) depost — as for quanto a

forage

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= fodder) forrage
  2. (= search for food) cerca de alimento
  3. MILIT. incursion, razzia [F], raid [A]
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= search for food) cercar alimento, forragiar
  2. (= rummage) furicar, forragiar

forbear abstiner se de
forbid prohiber
forbidding sever, menaciante
force

  • ⟨n.⟩ fortia — force of nature fortia del natura · in force (= in effect) in vigor · armed forces forcias armate · task force gruppo de fortias (pro un operation special)
  • ⟨vt.⟩ fortiar, obligar (to do a facer)

force down

  1. (= push down) premer, pressar
  2. (sth down sb's throat) imbuccar

forceful energic, vigorose
forceps

  1. (dental) pincia
  2. (obstetrical) forcipe

forcible per fortia
ford

  • ⟨n.⟩ vado
  • ⟨v.⟩ transir per un vado

fore

  • ⟨adj.⟩ anterior
  • ⟨n.⟩ proa

forearm antebracio
forecast

  • ⟨n.⟩ prevision, prognostico — weather forecast bulletin meteorologic
  • ⟨v.⟩ previder, prognosticar

forecourt *cortil
forefather ancestre, atavo
forefront prime rango
forego renunciar, abstiner se de
foregone inevitabile, predeterminate
foreground prime plano
forehand

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= superiority) position superior
  2. SPORT colpo directe

forehead fronte
foreign estranie
foreigner estraniero
foreleg gamba anterior
foreman chef de equipa, prime obrero
foremost prime, principal
forensic forense
forero INFORM. (= forum-goer) *forumista
forerunner precursor, heraldo
foresee previder
foreseeable previsibile — in the foreseeable future in le futuro proxime
foreshadow presagir, augurar
foresight prevision, prudentia
foreskin *prepucio
forest foreste, silva
forestall anticipar, prefigurar, prevenir
forester forestero
forestry silvicultura
foretell predicer
forethought premeditation, previdentia
forever pro semper
forfeit

  • ⟨n.⟩ (= fine) mulcta, pena, (= racing) forfeit
  • ⟨v.⟩ perder per confiscation

forge

  • ⟨n.⟩ forgia
  • ⟨v.⟩ (+ metal) fabricar, forgiar; (+ document) falsificar

forge ahead continuar a avantiar
forgery falsification
forget

  1. (= fail to remember) oblidar (to do de facer)
  2. (+ duties) negliger

forgetful negligente
forgive pardonar
forgiveness pardono
fork
*⟨n.⟩

  1. (= cutlery) furchetta
  2. (= tool) furca — tuning fork diapason
  3. (in road) bifurcation
  • ⟨v.⟩ bifurcar se

forlorn abandonate, desolate
form

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= shape) forma
  2. (= document) formulario
  • ⟨vi.⟩ formar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= constitute) constituer
  2. (= set up) formar

formal formal
formality formalitate, ceremonia
format formato
formation formation
formative formative
former

  • ⟨adj.⟩ (= earlier) anterior, precedente, previe
  • ⟨pron.⟩ (=/= latter) ille, illa, illo

formerly previemente
formidable formidabile
formula formula
formulate formular
forsake abandonar, renunciar
fort forte, fortalessa
forte

  • ⟨n.⟩ forte, puncto forte
  • ⟨adv.⟩ MUS. forte

forth in avante — and so forth et cetera
forthcoming (= future) proxime, imminente

  1. (= open) communicative, aperte

forthright directe, franc
forthwith immediatemente
fortieth

  • ⟨adj.⟩ quarantesime
  • ⟨n.⟩ quarantesimo

fortification fortification
fortify fortificar
fortnight duo septimanas, dece-quatro dies e noctes
fortress fortalessa
fortuitous fortuite
fortunate fortunate
fortunately fortunatemente, felicemente
fortune (= chance; wealth) fortuna
fortune-teller

  1. (= clairvoyant) vidente
  2. (with cards) cartomante
  3. (= palmist) chiromante

forty quaranta
forum foro
forward

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= front) anterior
  2. (= too bold) impertinente, presumptuose
  3. (= precocious) avantiate, precoce
  • ⟨adv.⟩ in avante
  • ⟨n.⟩ SPORT avantero, attaccante
  • ⟨vt.⟩ facer avantiar

forwards in avante
fossil ⟨adj. & n.⟩ fossile
foster

  • ⟨adj.⟩ (+ parent, child) de *accolligentia
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (= rear) elevar, nutrir
  2. (= encourage) favorir, incoragiar

foul

  • ⟨adj.⟩ (= dirty) impur, (= disgusting) infecte, (= smelly) *fetide, (of weather) execrabile, horribile
  • ⟨n.⟩ SPORT falta
  • ⟨v.⟩ contaminar

found fundar, establir
foundation fundamento
founder

  • ⟨n.⟩ fundator
  • ⟨v.⟩ (= collapse) faller
  1. (= sink) *affundar se

founder

  • ⟨vt.⟩ affundar
  • ⟨vi.⟩ affundar se

foundry funderia
fountain fontana
four quatro — on all fours a quatro patas
fourteen dece-quatro
fourteenth

  • ⟨adj.⟩ dece-quarte
  • ⟨n.⟩ dece-quarto

fourth

  • ⟨adj.⟩ quarte
  • ⟨n.⟩ quarto

fowl ave(s) domestic, gallina(s), pullo(s)
fox

  • ⟨n.⟩ vulpe
  • ⟨v.⟩ mystificar

foxglove digital
foxhunting chassa al vulpes
foxtrot *fox-trot
foyer foyer, vestibulo
fraction fraction
fracture

  • ⟨n.⟩ fractura; se

fragile fragile
fragility fragilitate
fragment fragmento
fragrance fragrantia
fragrant fragrante
frail (= delicate) delicate, fragile; MED. debile
frame

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (of picture, bicycle) quadro — window frame quadro de fenestra
  2. (= framework) structura, skeleto, armatura
  3. (= body) corpore
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (+ picture) inquadrar
  2. (= shape) construer, formular
  3. (= conspire to incriminate) facer incriminar, tender un trappa a

framework armatura, skeleto, structura
franc (= currency) franco
France Francia
franchise

  1. (= right to vote) derecto de votar, suffragio
  2. (= privilege) franchitia

frank

  • ⟨adj.⟩ franc, candide, sincer
  • ⟨vt.⟩ (+ letter) francar

Frank (= member of the Franks) franco — the Salian/Ripuarian Franks le francos salian/ripuari
Frankfurt Francoforte
frankfurter salsicia de Francoforte
Frankish

  • ⟨adj.⟩ franc
  • ⟨n.⟩ LING. franco

frankness franchessa, franchitia
frantic phrenetic
fraternal fraternal, fraterne
fraternity fraternitate
fraternize fraternisar (con un pers.)
fraud fraude
fraudulent fraudulente
fraught cargate
fray1 (= fight) lucta, conflicto — to enter the fray (fig.) entrar in action
fray2 (= wear into loose threads) *disfiliar se
freak

  • ⟨adj.⟩ anormal
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= anomaly) anomalia, phenomeno
  2. (= creature) monstro
  3. (= whim) capricio

freckle lentigene
free

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= at liberty) libere, franc
  2. (= exempt) exempte
  3. (of charge) gratuite
  4. (= generous) liberal
  • ⟨adv.⟩ gratis
  • ⟨vt.⟩ liberar

freedman liberto — son of freedman libertino
freedom libertate
freehold proprietate absolute
freelance independente
Freemason francmason
Freemasonry francmasoneri/a
freeway autostrata
freeze gelar
freezer refrigerator *cryogenic
Freiburg im Bresgau Friburgo in Brisgovia
freight *frete, cargo
French ⟨adj. & n.⟩ francese
Frenchman francese
Frenchwoman francesa
frenetic phrenetic
frenzied phrenetic
frenzy phrenesia
frequency frequentia
frequent

  • ⟨adj.⟩ frequente
  • ⟨vt.⟩ frequentar

frequently frequentemente
fresco fresco
fresh fresc
freshwater de aqua dulce
fret

  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. (= worry) inquietar se
  2. (= be corroded) corroder se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ corroder

fretwork labor a perforationes
friar fratre
friction friction
Friday venerdi
fridge refrigerator
friend amico
friendliness amabilitate, benevolentia
friendly amical
friendship amicitate
frieze *frisio
fright espavento, terror — to take fright prender pavor
frighten espaventar, face timor, terrer
frightening espaventabile, que face timor
frightful espaventabile, terribile
frightfully extraordinarimente
frigid frigide, glacial
frill volante
fringe

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= border) frangia
  2. (fig.) margine
  • ⟨vt.⟩ ornamentar con frangia

frisk

  • ⟨vi.⟩ gambadar
  • ⟨vt.⟩ facer perquisition de, palpar

frisky vivace
fritter fritura
frivolity frivolitate
frivolous frivole, legier
frizzle crispar
frizzy crispate
froto go to and fro ir e venir
frock roba
frog rana; FERR. cruciata
frogman homine rana
frolic

  • ⟨n.⟩ joco allegre
  • ⟨vi.⟩ diverter se

from

  1. de, ab
  2. (= because of) a causa de
  3. (= out of) ex — as from a partir de

front

  • ⟨modif.⟩
  1. anterior
  2. (+ tooth, seat, garden) de avante
  3. (+ door) principal
  4. (+ page) prime
  5. SPORT in testa
  6. (= at the entrance) ante le edificio
  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (= forepart) parte anterior, fronte — at the front of al fronte de · in front avante · in front of ante
  2. (of building) faciada
  3. (of book) copertura
  4. (of T-shirt) fronte
  5. MILIT., POL. fronte — on all fronts super tote le frontes

frontier (of country) frontiera; (fig.) limite
frost

  1. (at night) gelo
  2. (= hoarfrost) pruina

frostbite congelation impatientar se
frosty gelate, glacial
froth spuma
frown arrugar le fronte
frozen gelate
frugal frugal, economic
fruit fructo — to bear fruit fructar
fruitful

  1. (+ tree) fructuose
  2. (+ soil) fecunde, fertile
  3. (fig.) productive

fruition realisation — to come to fruition dar resultatos
fruitless infructuose, van
frustrate frustrar
frustration frustration
fry frir, friger
frying pan patella
fuchsia fuchsia
fuel

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. combustibile — to add fuel to the fire jectar oleo super le foco
  2. (for engine) carburante
  • ⟨vt.⟩
  1. (+ furnace) alimentar
  2. (+ ship, aircraft) approvisionar de combustibile

fugitive

  • ⟨adj.⟩ fugitive
  • ⟨n.⟩ fugitivo

fulcrum *fulcro
fulfill

  1. (= satisfy) satisfacer
  2. (= carry out) exequer
  3. (= complete) completar
  4. (+ desires, plans) realisar
  5. (+ prayer) exaudir

fulfillment

  1. (= satisfaction) satisfaction
  2. (= carrying out) execution
  3. (= completion) completion
  4. (of desires, plans) realisation

full plen, complete
full-length

  1. de plen longitude
  2. (+ film) de longe metrage

full-time ⟨adj. & adv.⟩ a tempore plen
fullback SPORT defensor
fumble explorar tastante; tentar sin successo
fume

  • ⟨n.⟩ fumo
  • ⟨vt.⟩ fumar
  • ⟨vi.⟩ irritar

fumigate fumigar
fun

  • ⟨adj.⟩ amusante
  • ⟨n.⟩ divertimento(s), allegressa, amusamento — to have fun diverter se ·  to make fun of rider (se) de

function

  • ⟨n.⟩
  1. (gener.) function
  2. (= ceremony) ceremonia
  • ⟨vi.⟩ functionar

functional functional
fund

  • ⟨n.⟩ fundo
  • ⟨vt.⟩ financiar

fundamental fundamental
funeral

  • ⟨adj.⟩ funebre
  • ⟨n.⟩ funerales

funfair parco de attractiones
fungus fungo
funnel

  1. (for pouring) infundibulo
  2. (of locomotive or ship) camino

funny

  1. comic, amusante, divertente, humoristic
  2. (= peculiar) curiose

fur pelle
furious furiose
furnace fornace, furno
furnish

  1. (= provide with furniture) mobilar
  2. (= provide) fornir, administrar, subministrar (un c. a un pers.), munir, provider (un pers. de un c.)
  3. (+ supplies) approvisionar

furniture mobiles
furrow

  • ⟨n.⟩ sulco
  • ⟨vt.⟩ sulcar

furry coperite de pilos molle
further

  • ⟨adj.⟩
  1. (= more distant in space) plus distante
  2. (= more distant in time) ulterior
  3. (= supplementary) additional
  • ⟨adv.⟩
  1. (= more) plus
  2. (= farther away) plus longe
  • ⟨vt.⟩ promover, adjutar a avantiar

furthermore de plus, ultra illo, preterea, item
furthest le plus distante
furtive furtive
fury furia
fuse1 ⟨n.⟩

  1. ELEC. fusibile
  2. MILIT. micca

fuse2 (= blend)

  • ⟨vi.⟩ funder se, amalgamar se
  • ⟨vt.⟩ funder, amalgamar

fuselage fuselage
fusion fusion
fuss

  • ⟨n.⟩ agitation, commotion
  • ⟨vi.⟩
  1. inquietar se inutilemente, preoccupar se de bagatellas
  2. (+ baby) agitar se

fussy

  1. (= hard to please) meticulose
  2. (= exacting) exigente
  3. (+ baby) agitate

futile inutile, van
future

  • ⟨adj.⟩ futur
  • ⟨n.⟩ futuro

fuzz lanugine
fuzzy

  1. (= downy) lanuginose
  2. (= confused) confuse, indistincte