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-a {suffix} /ɐ/ :: forms feminine nouns and adjectives
-a {suffix} :: forms the third-person singular present indicative of verbs ending in -ar
-a {suffix} :: forms the second-person singular affirmative imperative of verbs ending in -ar
-a {suffix} :: forms the first-person singular present subjunctive of verbs ending in -er and -ir
-a {suffix} :: forms the third-person singular present subjunctive of verbs ending in -er and -ir
-a {suffix} :: forms the third-person singular affirmative imperative of verbs ending in -er and -ir
-a {suffix} :: forms the third-person singular negative imperative of verbs ending in -er and -ir
-a {suffix} [slang] :: used in the end of shortenings
a- {prefix} /ˌa/ :: added to adjective X, forms verbs meaning to make/turn X
a- {prefix} :: added to noun X, forms verbs meaning to cause or make X or to cause something to have X
a- {prefix} :: a- (not; without)
a {letter} /ɐ/ :: letter
a {m} :: alternative spelling of á
a {pron} :: Her, it (as a direct object; as an indirect object, see lhe; after prepositions, see ela)
a {prep} :: to (introduces the indirect object)
a {prep} :: to; towards (indicates destination)
a {prep} :: away (indicates a physical distance)
a {prep} :: with; by means of (using as an instrument or means)
a {prep} :: with; on (using as a medium or fuel)
a {prep} :: by (using the specified measurement; in the specified quantity)
a {prep} :: [preceded and followed by the same word] by (indicates a steady progression)
a {prep} :: in the style or manner of; a la
a {prep} :: [limited use, see usage notes] at (during the specified period)
a {prep} :: [rare except in set terms] at; in (indicates a location or position)
a {prep} :: indicates the direct object, mainly to avoid confusion when it, the subject, or both are displaced, or for emphasis
a {prep} :: [Portugal, followed by a verb in the infinitive form] forms the present participle; in Brazil, the gerund is used instead
a {prep} :: [followed by an infinitive or present passive] to (forms the future participle)
a {interj} :: oh (expression of mild surprise)
A {letter} :: letter
A {m} :: alternative form of á
{suffix} :: forms the third-person singular future indicative form of verbs
á {m} /ˈa/ :: letter: a
á {f} [archaic, usually, in the plural] :: wing
Á {m} :: alternative form of á
{suffix} :: obsolete spelling of
à {contraction} /a/ :: contraction of a a
à {prep} :: clipping of à moda de
â {letter} /ɐ/ :: A letter "a" which is stressed and close
â {contraction} :: obsolete spelling of à
{suffix} /ˈɐ̃/ :: forms the feminine of nouns and adjectives ending in -ão
ã {letter} :: The letter a with a tilde
à {letter} /ɐ̃/ :: the letter A with a tilde
AAC {prop} {f} :: initialism of Associação Académica de Coimbra
Aachen {prop} {f} :: Aachen (city)
Aalborg {prop} {f} :: Aalborg (capital city)
aaleniano {adj} [geology, paleontology] :: Aalenian (of or pertaining to the Aalenian epoch)
Aaleniano {prop} {m} [geology, paleontology] :: Aalenian (subdivision of the Middle Jurassic epoch)
aalênio {adj} [Brazilian orthography, geology, paleontology] :: Aalenian (of or pertaining to the Aalenian epoch)
Aalesund {prop} {f} :: Aalesund (town/and/municipality)
aaquela {contraction} :: obsolete spelling of àquela
aaquelas {contraction} :: obsolete spelling of àquelas
aaquele {contraction} :: obsolete spelling of àquele
aaqueles {contraction} :: obsolete spelling of àqueles
aaquilo {contraction} :: obsolete spelling of àquilo
Aaraõ {prop} {m} :: obsolete spelling of Aarão
Aarão {prop} {m} /a.a.ˈɾɐ̃w̃/ :: given name
Aarão {prop} {m} [biblical character] :: Aaron (brother of Moses)
aardvark {m} :: aardvark (mammal)
aaronita {mf} [Judaism] :: Aaronite
aas {contraction} :: obsolete spelling of às
Aasvero {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Assuero
Aasverus {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Assuero
aba {f} /ˈa.βɐ/ :: brim (of a hat)
aba {f} :: flap (hinged leaf of furniture)
aba {f} :: bank (of a river)
aba {f} [computing] :: tab (navigational widget in a GUI)
abacá {m} :: abaca (Musa textilis, a species of banana)
abacá {m} :: Manila hemp (a fibre extracted from the abaca)
abacalhoado {adj} [rare] :: reminiscent of cod (the fish)
abacate {m} /ˌɐβɐˈkat(ɨ)/ :: avocado (fruit)
abacateiro {m} /ɐˌbakɐˈtɐjɾu/ :: avocado (tree)
abacaxi {m} [Brazil] /ɐ.bɐ.kɐ.ˈʃi/ :: pineapple (fruit)
abacaxi {m} [Brazil] :: pineapple (plant)
abacaxi {m} [Portugal] :: a certain fragrant, sweet cultivar of pineapple
abacaxi {m} [Brazil, slang] :: a difficult situation
abacaxi {m} [Brazil, military slang] :: pineapple (hand grenade)
abacaxí {m} :: obsolete spelling of abacaxi
abacaxizeiro {m} [Brazil] /ɐbɐkɐʃizˈɐjɾu/ :: pineapple (plant)
abacharelado {adj} /ɐbɐʃɐɾɘlˈadu/ :: who is a bachelor (someone has a bachelor’s degree)
abacharelado {adj} [pejorative] :: logorrheic; excessively talkative
abacharelar {v} :: to give someone a bachelor’s degree
abacial {adj} /ɐbɐsiˈal/ :: abbatial (of, relating to, or proper for an abbot or abbey)
abacinar {vt} [rare] :: to abacinate (to blind by holding a red-hot metal rod or plate before the eyes)
abacisco {m} :: diminutive of ábaco
abacista {mf} /ɐbasˈiʃtɐ/ :: abacist (one who calculates using an abacus)
ábaco {m} /ˈa.bɐ.ku/ :: abacus (instrument for performing arithmetical calculations by sliding balls on wires, or counters in grooves)
abacote {m} [historical] :: bycoket (type of ancient cap or headdress)
abacteriano {adj} :: abacterial (characterised by lack of bacteria)
abactinal {adj} [zoology] :: abactinal (pertaining to the surface or end opposite to the mouth in a radiate animal)
abacto {m} [rare] :: synonym of abigeato
abactor {m} /ɐbɐktˈoɾ/ :: abactor (cattle thief)
abada {f} :: alternative form of bada
abadá {m} :: agbada (robe worn by men in West Africa)
abadá {m} :: a colourful uniform used by Brazilian carnival schools
abadá {m} :: a loose robe used by practitioners of capoeira
Abadã {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Abadan
abadado {m} [rare] :: abbotship (the state or office of an abbot)
Abadan {prop} {f} /ˌˈdɐ̃/ :: Abadan (city)
abade {m} /ɐ.ˈba.dɨ/ :: abbot (superior or head of an abbey or monastery)
abade-geral {m} :: abbot general (leader of a monastic order)
abade nullius {m} :: abbot nullius (abbot exempt from diocesan control)
abadesa {n} /ˈ :: abbess (female superior of a nunnery or convent)
abadessa {f} /ˌa.bɐ.ˈde.sɐ/ :: abbess (female superior of a nunnery)
abadêssa {f} :: obsolete spelling of abadessa
abadia {f} /ɐ.bɐ.ˈdi.ɐ/ :: abbey
abadia {f} :: abbeystead
abadiado {m} :: abbotship (the state or office of an abbot)
Abadia dos Dourados {prop} :: Abadia dos Dourados (municipality)
abádida {m} :: Abbadid (member of a Muslim dynasty that rule in Seville in the 11th century)
abádida {adj} :: relating to the dynasty of the Abbadids
Abaeté {prop} :: Abaeté (municipality)
abafação {f} [uncountable] /ɐbɐfɐˈsɐ̃w̃/ :: dyspnea (difficult or laboured respiration)
abafação {f} :: an episode of dyspnea
abafadamente {adv} /ɐ.bɐ.ˌfa.dɐ.ˈmẽ.tɨ/ :: displaying shortness of breath, dyspnea
abafadamente {adv} [figurative] :: covertly, in secret
abafadiço {adj} [of weather or a location] /ɐbɐfɐˈdisu/ :: likely to become, or which often becomes muggy, sultry (hot and humid)
abafado {adj} [of weather or a location] /ɐ.bɐ.ˈfa.du/ :: muggy, sultry (hot and humid)
abafado {adj} [of sound] :: muffled (almost mute; deadened)
abafado {adj} [figurative, of a facial expression] :: which the person attempted to prevent
abafado {adj} [figurative, of a scandal] :: which has been hidden from the public
abafado {adj} [Brazil, slang] :: stolen (that has been stolen)
abafado {adj} [oenology, of wine] :: whose fermentation process has been interrupted by the addition of a spirit
abafador {m} /ɐ.bɐ.fɐ.ˈdoɾ/ :: any person or device which snuffs or prevents the spread of fire
abafador {m} :: candle snuffer (tool for extinguishing candles, consisting of a cup on a handle)
abafador {m} :: fire flapper (tool for extinguishing wildfires, consisting of a piece of rubber on a pole)
abafador {m} :: cosy (covering put on an item to keep it warm)
abafador {m} :: anything that muffles sound
abafador {m} :: earmuff (sound-deadening cups worn over the ears)
abafador {m} :: damper (device in keyboard instruments which deadens the vibrations of the strings)
abafador {m} [Portuguese folklore] :: a person whose job is to smother the moribund on their deathbed
abafador {m} [Brazil, slang] :: thief; robber
abafador {m} :: the biggest marble used in a marble game
abafante {adj} :: smothery, stifling
abafar {vt} /ɐbɐˈfaɾ/ :: to suffocate
abafar {vt} :: to interrupt
abafar {vt} [colloquial] :: to ignore someone's mistakes
abafeira {m} :: wetland, marsh, swamp
abainhar {v} :: synonym of embainhar
Abaíra {prop} :: Abaíra (municipality)
abaixamento {m} /ɐ.baj.ʃɐ.ˈmẽ.tu/ :: depression, lowering
abaixamento {m} :: subsidence
abaixar {v} /ɐbɐjˈʃaɾ/ :: to lower; to cause something to move downwards
abaixar {v} :: to lower; to cause something to become shorter
abaixar {v} :: to lower; to reduce the degree, intensity, strength, etc
abaixar {v} :: to lower; to humble
abaixo {adv} /ɐ.ˈbaj.ʃu/ :: down, downwards (towards a lower place)
abaixo {interj} :: down with (expresses protest)
abaixo-assinado {m} :: petition (compilation of signatures)
abaixo de {prep} :: under; below; underneath
abaixo de {prep} :: less than; a lower value or amount than
abajeru {m} :: the cocoplum plant (Chrysobalanus icaco); or its edible drupe
abaju {m} :: alternative form of abajur
abajur {m} /abɐˈʒuɾ/ :: lampshade (cover over a lamp)
Abakan {prop} {f} :: Abakan (city)
abalada {f} :: the act of being shaken, stunned or, figuratively, confused
abalado {adj} /ɐbɐlˈadu/ :: shaken, stunned, dazed
abalado {adj} :: confused
abalado {adj} :: upset, perturbed, unsettled
abalançar {v} :: to weigh on a balance
abalançar {v} [figurative] :: to equilibrate
abalançar {v} :: to move or shake
abalançar {vt} :: to impel, to prompt
abalançar {v} :: to risk
abalando {v} :: gerund of abalar
abalar {v} /ɐ.bɐ.ˈlaɾ/ :: to shake
abalar {v} :: to affect, unsettle, shock
abalar as estruturas {v} :: to present a challenge to the foundations or customs of; to rock or shake something to its core
abalienação {f} [legal] :: abalienation (act of abalienating)
abalienar {vt} [civil law] :: to abalienate (to transfer the title of)
abalizado {adj} /ɐbɐlizˈadu/ :: authoritative, expert
abalizado {adj} :: respectable
abalo {m} :: shake
abalo {m} :: shock
abalo {m} :: earthquake
abalo {m} [by extension] :: disruption
abalo {m} :: departure
abalroando {v} :: gerund of abalroar
abalroar {v} :: to collide (with)
abalroar {v} :: to ram
abamectina {f} :: abamectin (an insecticide)
abanando {v} :: gerund of abanar
abanar {v} /ɐbɐˈnaɾ/ :: to wag
abanar {v} :: to fan
abancar {v} :: to sit, especially on a bench
abancar {v} :: to supply with benches
abancar {v} :: to stay somewhere for a long time
abandalhar {vtr} :: to corrupt, to pervert
abandando {v} :: gerund of abandar
abandar {v} :: to flock together
abandar {v} :: to join a gang, band or party
abandeirar {v} :: alternative form of embandeirar
abandonadamente {adv} :: abandonedly
abandonado {adj} /ɐ.βɐ̃.du.ˈna.ðu/ :: abandoned
abandonado {adj} :: dirty
abandonador {m} :: abandoner (one who abandons)
abandonar {vt} /ɐ.ˌbɐ̃.du.ˈnaɾ/ :: to abandon (to leave behind, especially something one was responsible for or associated with)
abandonar {vt} :: to give up (to quit an activity or attempt)
abandonar {v} [em, .pronominal] :: to let oneself be controlled by; to put oneself in the hands of; to indulge in
abandonável {adj} :: abandonable (able to be abandoned)
abandono {m} /ɐ.βɐ̃.ˈ :: abandonment (act of abandoning)
abandono {m} [uncountable] :: the state of abandonment
abaneenga {m} :: alternative form of abanheenga
abañeenga {m} :: obsolete spelling of abanheenga
abanete {m} :: abnet (girdle of a Jewish priest or officer)
abanga {f} :: abanga (a West Indian palm)
abanheenga {m} /a.ˌbɐ.ɲe.ˈẽ.ɡɐ/ :: Old Tupi (Tupian language spoken as a lingua franca in colonial Brazil)
abanico {m} :: fan (anything resembling a hand-held fan)
abano {m} /a.ˈbɐ.nu/ :: fan (hand-held device waved back and forth in order to move air or cool oneself)
abano {m} :: the act of waving (moving something back and forth repeatedly)
abantesma {f} :: ghost (spirit appearing after death)
abar {v} :: to put a brim on
abar {v} :: to adjust the brim of (a hat)
abará {m} [cuisine] :: a savoury cake made with cowpea that is served as an appetizer
abarbando {v} :: gerund of abarbar
abarbar {v} :: to run one's hands through the beard
abarbar {v} :: to be very busy
abarcar {v} /abɐɾˈkaɾ/ :: to encompass (include)
Abaré {prop} :: Abaré (municipality)
abarregado {adj} [archaic] /a.ˌba.ʁe.ˈɡa.du/ :: living with one’s partner, but not married
abarregado {adj} [obsolete, of a property] :: whose owner doesn’t live in
abarrotado {adj} [figuratively] :: packed; overfull (filled excessively)
abarrotar {v} [de] :: to pack; to cram
abarrotar {vi} :: to get packed; to get crowded
abarticular {adj} [medicine] :: abarticular (away from the joints)
abás {m} :: alternative form of abassi
abasia {f} [medical] :: abasia (incapacity to walk)
abásico {adj} [medicine] :: abasic (of, pertaining to or caused by abasia)
abassi {m} [historical] :: abbasi (historical Persian silver coin)
abássida {m} :: Abbasid (member of the dynasty that ruled from Baghdad from about to 750 to 1250)
abássida {adj} :: Abbasid (relating to the Abbasids)
abastado {adj} /ɐ.βɐʃ.ˈta.ðu/ :: wealthy, rich, well-off
abastado {adj} :: hearty
abastado {adj} :: abundant
abastança {m} :: abundance
abastança {m} :: adequacy
abastar {v} /ɐ.βɐʃ.ˈtaɾ/ :: to supply
abastar {v} :: to suffice, be enough
abastardar {v} :: to abastardize (render bastard)
abastecendo {v} :: gerund of abastecer
abastecer {v} /ɐ.βɐʃ.tɨ.ˈseɾ/ :: to supply, provide, provision
abastecer {v} :: to fuel
abastecimento {m} :: supply
abastecimento {m} :: provisions
abastimento {m} :: dispensing
abatedouro {m} /aˌbatɯˈdowɾu/ :: slaughterhouse (place where animals are slaughtered)
abater {v} /ɐ.bɐ.ˈteɾ/ :: to collapse
abater {v} :: to topple
abater {v} :: to slaughter
abater {v} :: to abate, weaken
Abatiá {prop} /a.ˌba.t͡ʃi.ˈa/ :: Abatiá (town/and/municipality)
abatimento {m} /ɐβɐtiˈmẽtu/ :: discount, rebate
abatimento {m} [nautical] :: drift
abatis {m} :: abatis (fortification formed by felled trees with sharpened branches)
abaton {m} :: abaton (enclosure in the temple of Asclepios where patients slept)
ábaton {m} :: alternative form of abaton
abaular {n} [transitive] :: to make convex
abaular {n} [transitive] :: to give the shape of a chest
abaxial {adj} [botany, zoology] /ɐβɐkˈsjal/ :: abaxial (away from the axis)
abaxialmente {adv} :: abaxially (in an abaxial manner)
abayxo {adv} :: obsolete spelling of abaixo
abayxo de {prep} :: obsolete spelling of abaixo de
abbacial {adj} :: obsolete spelling of abacial
abbade {m} :: obsolete spelling of abade
abbadessa {f} :: obsolete spelling of abadessa
Abbeville {prop} {f} :: Abbeville (town)
Abbottabad {prop} {f} :: Abbottabad (city)
abc {m} :: ABC (alphabet)
abc {m} :: ABC (rudiments)
ABC {m} :: alternative form of á-bê-cê
abcári {m} [India] :: abkari (tax on the manufacture or sale of liquors and drugs in India)
Abcásia {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Abkhazia
Abcázia {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Abkhazia
abcázio {m} :: Abkhaz (a Northwest Caucasian language spoken in Abkhazia)
abcesso {m} :: abscess, boil
abcesso {m} :: tumour
abciximab {m} [pharmaceutical drug] :: abciximab (antiplatelet drug)
abdal {m} :: alternative form of abdalá
Abdala {prop} {m} :: given name
abdalá {m} :: abdal (religious devotee in Persia)
Abdalá {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Abdala
Abdão {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Abdom
Abdera {prop} {f} :: Abdera (ancient city)
Abdera {prop} {f} :: Abdera (modern municipality)
abderita {mf} :: Abderite (native of Abdera, Thrace)
abderita {adj} :: of, from or relating to Abdera
Abdias {prop} {m} [biblical] :: Obadiah (book of the Old Testament)
Abdias {prop} {m} [biblical] :: Obadiah (name of a minor prophet)
abdicação {f} :: abdication (the act of abdicating; the renunciation of a high office, dignity, or trust, by its holder)
abdicador {adj} :: abdicating; abdicant (who abdicates)
abdicador {m} :: abdicator; abdicant (one who abdicates)
abdicante {adj} :: abdicating; abdicant (who abdicates)
abdicante {mf} :: abdicator; abdicant (one who abdicates)
abdicar {v} [de] /ˌɐβ.ði.ˈkaɾ/ :: to abdicate
abdicar {v} [em favor de] :: to give up (abdicate) something in favour of someone
abdicativo {adj} :: abdicative (causing, or implying, abdication)
abdicável {adj} :: abdicable (capable of being abdicated)
Abdom {prop} {m} [biblical character] :: Abdon (a judge of Israel)
abdome {m} :: alternative form of abdómen
abdómen {m} /ɐb.ˈdɔ.mɛn/ :: abdomen
abdômen {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of abdómen
abdominal {adj} /aβðomɪˈnaɫ/ :: abdominal
abdominal {m} :: sit-up
abdominalgia {f} [medical] :: abdominalgia (abdominal pain)
abdominalmente {adv} :: abdominally (in the area of the abdomen)
abdomino- {prefix} :: abdomin-; abdomino- (relating to the abdomen)
abdominocentese {f} [surgery] :: abdominocentesis (extraction of peritoneal fluid from the abdomen)
abdominojugular {adj} [medicine] :: abdominojugular (relating to the abdomen and the jugular vein)
abdominopélvico {adj} [anatomy] :: abdominopelvic (relating to the abdomen and the cavity of the pelvis)
abdominoperineal {adj} [anatomy] :: abdominoperineal (relating to the abdomen and the perineum)
abdominoplastia {f} [surgery] :: abdominoplasty (removal of excess flesh from the abdomen)
abdominoscopia {f} [medicine] :: abdominoscopy (examination of the abdomen using an endoscope)
Abdon Batista {prop} :: Abdon Batista (municipality)
abdução {f} [Brazil] :: abduction
abducção {f} [Portugal] :: abduction
abducente {adj} [medicine] :: abducent
abducente {adj} :: abducting; of which that abducts
Abdula {prop} {m} :: given name
abdutivamente {adv} :: abductively (in an abductive fashion)
abdutivo {adj} [logic, computing] :: abductive (logic)
abdutor {m} :: abductor (muscle)
abduzindo {v} :: gerund of abduzir
abduzir {v} /aβ.ðu.ˈziɾ/ :: to abduct (to draw away from its ordinary position)
Abe {prop} {mf} :: surname
abeberar {vt} /abebeˈɾaɾ/ :: to give someone something to drink
abeberar {vt} :: to water
abébia {f} [colloquial, Portugal] :: bloke; person (unnamed individual)
abébia {f} [colloquial, Portugal] :: help; support
abébia {f} [colloquial, Portugal] :: tip (piece of useful information)
à beça {adv} [Brazil, colloquial] :: very much; to a great extent
à beça {adv} [Brazil, colloquial] :: very; really
à beça {adv} [Brazil, colloquial] :: loads of; a lot of
Abecásia {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Abkhazia
abecê {m} :: alternative form of abc
á-bê-cê {m} /ˌˈse/ :: ABC (the Latin alphabet)
á-bê-cê {m} :: ABC (the rudiments of any subject)
abecedário {m} :: alphabet
abecedário {m} :: primer (elementary textbook)
abecoinha {f} :: northern lapwing (Vanellus vanellus, a plover of Eurasia)
Abede-Nego {prop} {m} [biblical character] :: Abednego (one of the captives who escaped the fiery furnace)
Abednego {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Abede-Nego
à beira de {phrase} /a.βɐj.ɾɐ.ˈð(ɨ)/ :: on the brink of
abejaruco {m} :: alternative form of abelharuco
Abel {prop} {m} [biblical character] /a.ˈbɛɫ/ :: Abel (son of Adam and Eve)
Abel {prop} {m} :: given name
Abelardo {prop} {m} /ˌˈlaʁ.du/ :: given name
Abelardo Luz {prop} :: Abelardo Luz (municipality)
a beleza está nos olhos de quem vê {proverb} :: beauty is in the eye of the beholder (individuals have different inclinations on what is beautiful)
abelha {f} /ɐ.ˈβe.ʎɐ/ :: bee (insect)
abelha de mel {f} :: honey bee
abelha-mestra {f} :: queen bee (reproductive female bee)
abelhão {m} :: bumblebee (any of the large bees in the genus Bombus)
abelhão {m} :: drone (male bee)
abelhão {m} :: any large bee
abelha-operária {f} :: worker bee (sterile bee who collects pollen)
abelha-pedreira {f} :: hornet (a large wasp, of the genus Vespa, with a brown and yellow striped body)
abelha-rainha {f} :: queen bee (reproductive female bee)
abelharuco {m} /a.ˌbe.ʎa.ˈɾu.ku/ :: bee-eater (any of several birds in the family Meropidae)
abelheira {f} :: female equivalent of abelheiro
abelheiro {m} /ˌˈʎe(j).ɾu/ :: beekeeper (someone who keeps beehives for commercial purposes)
abelheiro {m} :: bee-eater (any of several birds in the family Meropidae)
abelhudo {adj} :: synonym of bisbilhoteiro (inclined to snoop on someone else's private affairs)
abélia {f} :: abelia (any of the various honeysuckles of the genus Abelia)
abeliano {adj} [mathematics] :: abelian (having a commutative defining operation)
abeliano {m} :: Abelian (member of a 4th century Christian sect of Africa)
abelissauro {m} :: abelisaurus (theropod dinosaur of the Late Cretaceous)
abelita {f} [chemistry] :: abelite (explosive consisting of ammonium nitrate and hydrocarbons)
abelmosco {m} :: abelmosk (Abelmoschus moschatus, an evergreen shrub of the East and West Indies and Northern Africa)
a bem da verdade {phrase} :: "to tell the truth", "for the sake of accuracy" (used to introduce a clarifying statement)
abenaki {m} :: Abenaki (a member of an Algonquian tribe of North America)
abençoado {adj} /ɐ.βẽ.ˈswa.ðu/ :: blessed
abençoando {v} :: gerund of abençoar
abençoar {v} /ɐ.βẽ.ˈswaɾ/ :: to bless
abentesma {mf} :: alternative form of abantesma
Aberdeen {prop} {f} :: Aberdeen (city)
aberração {f} :: aberration, aberrance
aberração {f} :: freak
aberração anual {f} [astronomy] :: annual aberration (deviation due to the Earth’s orbital motion)
aberrância {f} :: aberrance (the state of being aberrant)
aberrante {adj} :: aberrant (differing from the norm)
aberrantemente {adv} :: aberrantly (in an aberrant manner)
aberrar {v} :: to aberrate (to deviate from the norm)
aberrativo {adj} :: aberrational (characterized by aberration)
aberratório {adj} :: aberrational (characterized by aberration)
aberrometria {f} :: aberrometry (measurement of refractive aberrations of the eye)
aberrómetro {m} [European orthography] :: aberrometer (device that measures refractive aberrations of the eye)
aberrômetro {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative spelling of aberrómetro
abertamente {adv} /a.ˌbɛʁ.tɐ.ˈmẽ.t͡ʃi/ :: openly; overtly (in an open manner; not in secret)
aberto {adj} /ɐ.ˈbɛɾ.tu/ :: open
abertura {f} /ɐ.βɨɾ.ˈtu.ɾɐ/ :: opening, orifice
abertura {f} :: aperture
abertural {adj} :: apertural (relating to an aperture)
abespinhando {v} :: gerund of abespinhar
abespinhar {v} :: to irritate, annoy, bother
abestado {adj} :: stupid; idiotic; dumb; retarded
abestado {adj} :: flabbergasted; shocked; astonished
abestado {m} :: a stupid person; idiot
abetalipoproteinemia {f} :: abetalipoproteinemia (rare disorder that interferes with the absorption of fat)
abetarda {f} :: bustard (any of several birds of the family Otididae)
abete {m} [obsolete or regional] :: alternative form of abeto
abeto {m} /ɐ.ˈβɛ.tu/ :: fir (any conifer tree of the genus Abies)
abeto de Douglas {m} :: Douglas fir (conifer of genus Pseudotsuga)
abeto Douglas {m} :: alternative form of abeto de Douglas
abetouro {m} :: bittern (bird of the family Ardeidae)
abeto vermelho {m} :: spruce (tree from the genus Picea)
Abeviliano {prop} {m} [archaeology, rare] :: Abbevillian (earliest epoch of the early Paleolithic stage)
abezerrado {adj} :: calflike (resembling a calf (young cow) or some aspect of one)
Abgar {prop} {m} :: historical given name
Abgaro {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Abgar
abhinaya {f} [dance] :: abhinaya (use of the face and hands in Indian dancing)
abhisheka {f} :: abhisheka (a ceremony involving washing, cleansing and anointing)
abhyanga {f} :: abhyanga (Ayurvedic massage with warm oil)
abibe {f} :: northern lapwing (Vanellus vanellus, a plover of Eurasia)
abicar {v} :: to beach (run a watercraft aground)
Abidjan {prop} {f} :: Abidjan (the de facto <<capital>> and largest <<city>> of <<c/Ivory Coast>>)
Abidos {prop} {f} :: Abidos (ancient city)
Ábidos {prop} {f} [proscribed] :: alternative form of Abidos
abieiro {m} :: a South American tropical fruit tree, Pouteria caimito, whose fruit is the abiu
abietato {m} [organic chemistry] :: abietate (any salt or ester of abietic acid)
abietina {f} [organic chemistry] :: abietin (a resin obtained from Strasburg turpentine or Canada balsam)
Abigail {prop} {f} [biblical] :: Abigail (wife of David)
Abigail {prop} {f} :: given name
abigeato {m} [chiefly historical] :: abigeat; abaction (theft of cattle)
abígeo {m} :: abactor (one who steals and drives away cattle or beasts by herds)
Abijã {prop} :: alternative form of Abidjan
Abijão {prop} :: alternative form of Abidjan
-abilidade {suffix} /ˈða.ðɨ/ :: -ability
abilidade {f} :: ability
abilolado {adj} :: gaga; crazy
Abimelech {prop} {m} :: Abimelech (name of Philistine kings)
Abimeleque {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Abimelech
abio {m} :: star apple (fruit of the Chrysophyllum cainito tree)
abiogénese {f} [European orthography, biology] :: abiogenesis
abiogênese {f} /ˈʒ :: abiogenesis
abiogenético {adj} [biology] :: abiogenetic (pertaining to or originated by abiogenesis)
abiogénico {adj} [European orthography] :: abiogenic (not produced or derived by means of living organisms)
abiogênico {adj} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative spelling of abiogénico
abiologia {f} :: abiology (sciences that deal with inorganic bodies)
abiológico {adj} [biology] :: abiological (pertaining to inanimate things)
abiose {f} :: abiosis (absence of life)
abioticamente {adv} :: abiotically (in an abiotic manner)
abiótico {adj} :: abiotic (characterised by the absence of life)
abiótico {adj} :: abiotic (relating inorganic matter)
abiotrofia {f} [medicine] :: abiotrophy (premature degeneration of cells or tissue)
abiotrófico {adj} [medical] :: abiotrophic (relating to or involving abiotrophy)
abirritar {vt} [medicine] :: to abirritate (to diminish the sensibility of)
abismado {adj} :: astonished, astounded
abismal {adj} :: abysmal (pertaining to, or resembling an abyss; bottomless; unending; profound)
abismal {adj} :: abysmal (extremely bad)
abismando {v} :: gerund of abismar
abismar {v} /ɐ.βiʒ.ˈmaɾ/ :: to fall into the abyss
abismar {v} :: to astonish, astound
abismo {m} /ɐ.ˈβiʒ.mu/ :: abyss (a bottomless or unfathomed depth)
abissal {adj} [geography] /ɐβiˈsaɫ/ :: abyssal (belonging to the ocean depths)
abissalmente {adv} :: abysmally (to an extreme degree, especially in a negative way)
Abissínia {prop} {f} [historical] :: Abyssinia (historical name of Ethiopia)
abissínio {adj} :: Abyssinian (of or pertaining to Abyssinia)
abissínio {m} :: Abyssinian (a native of Abyssinia)
abissopelágico {adj} :: abyssopelagic (pf or pertaining to the depths of the ocean)
Abitur {m} :: Abitur (group of exams taken in the final year of German secondary school)
abiu {m} /a.ˈbiw/ :: abiu, the fruit of the abieiro
abjad {m} [orthography] :: abjad (writing system with a symbol for each consonant)
abjeção {f} /ɐb.ʒɛ.ˈsɐ̃w̃/ :: abjection
abjeção {f} :: vileness
abjecção {f} :: superseded spelling of abjeção
abjecto {adj} :: superseded spelling of abjeto
abjetamente {adv} :: abjectly (in an abject manner)
abjeto {adj} /ɐb.ˈʒɛ.tu/ :: abject
abjeto {adj} :: vile
abjunção {f} :: abjugation (act of abjugation)
abjuração {f} :: abjuration (a solemn recantation or renunciation of an oath)
abjurador {m} :: abjurer (one who abjures)
abjurar {v} /abʒuˈɾaɾ/ :: to abjure (to renounce upon oath)
abjuratório {adj} :: abjuratory (involving abjuration)
Abkasia {prop} {f} :: rare spelling of Abkhazia
Abkazia {prop} {f} :: rare spelling of Abkhazia
Abkhasia {prop} {f} :: alternative form of Abkhazia
Abkhásia {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Abkhazia
Abkhazia {prop} {f} :: Abkhazia (region/and/unrecognised country)
Abkházia {prop} {f} :: alternative form of Abkhazia
ablação {f} :: ablation; removal (act of removing)
ablação {f} [medicine] :: ablation (removal of a body part)
ablação {f} [sciences] :: ablation (progressive removal of material)
ablactação {f} :: weaning; ablactation (process of a child or animal ceasing to be dependant on the mother for nourishment)
ablaqueação {f} :: ablaqueation (process of laying bare the roots of trees)
ablaquear {vt} :: to ablaqueate (to lay bare the roots of a tree)
ablastémico {adj} [European orthography, biology] :: ablastemic (unable to form a blastema)
ablastêmico {adj} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative spelling of ablastémico
ablastina {f} [immunology] :: ablastin (antibody efficient against some protozoans)
ablativo {adj} [grammar] /ˌa.bla.ˈt͡ʃ :: ablative
ablativo absoluto {m} [linguistics] :: ablative absolute (type of grammatical construction in Latin)
ablaut {m} [linguistics] :: ablaut (substitution of one root vowel for another)
ablegado {m} [Roman Catholicism] :: ablegate (representative of the pope in foreign countries)
ablegar {v} :: to ablegate (to send abroad)
ablução {f} :: ablution
abluente {adj} [rare] :: abluent (which washes, cleanses)
abluindo {v} :: gerund of abluir
abluir {v} :: to ablute
abluminal {adj} [anatomy] :: abluminal (away from the lumen)
abnegação {f} :: abnegation
abnegação {f} :: self-denial
abnegador {adj} :: abnegatory (serving to abnegate)
abnegando {v} :: gerund of abnegar
abnegante {adj} :: abnegatory (serving to abnegate)
abnegar {v} :: to abnegate
abnegar {v} :: to renounce
Abner {prop} {m} [biblical character] :: Abner (cousin of Saul)
abneto {m} :: great-great-grandson (the son of one’s great-grandchild)
Abo {prop} {f} :: Abo (city)
abobada {f} :: obsolete spelling of abóbada
abóbada {f} [architecture] /ɐ.ˈβɔ.βɐ.ðɐ/ :: vault (arched ceiling)
abobadar {v} /ɐ.βu.βɐ.ˈðaɾ/ :: to vault (to build as or cover with vault)
abobado {adj} [derogatory] /ˈba.du/ :: foolish, idiotic
abobado {m} [derogatory] :: fool, idiot
abóbeda {m} /ɐ.ˈβɔ.βɨ.ðɐ/ :: alternative form of abóbada
abóbora {f} /ɐ.ˈβɔ.βu.ɾɐ/ :: pumpkin, squash, gourd
abóbora {m} :: pumpkin (colour)
abóbora-menina {f} :: cushaw (cucurbita mixta, the winter squash)
aboboreira {f} :: pumpkin (plant)
abobra {f} :: alternative form of abóbora
abobrinha {f} :: courgette (a small marrow/squash)
abobrinha {f} [figuratively] :: nonsense talk
abocanhar {vt} :: bite (to hold something by clamping one’s teeth)
aboletar {v} :: to billet (to lodge soldiers in a private house)
abolição {f} /ɐβuliˈsɐ̃w̃/ :: abolition
abolicionismo {m} :: abolitionism (opinion in favor of the abolition of something, especially slavery)
abolicionista {mf} :: abolitionist (person who favors the abolition)
abolidor {m} :: abolisher (one who abolishes)
abolidor {adj} :: serving to abolish
abolimento {m} :: abolishment (act of abolishing)
abolindo {v} :: gerund of abolir
abolir {vt} :: to abolish
abolível {adj} :: abolishable (capable of being abolished)
à bolonhesa {adj} :: (of a food) seasoned with Bolognese sauce
à bolonhesa {adj} :: according to the fashion of Bologna
abomasal {adj} :: abomasal (relating to the abomasum)
abomasite {f} [veterinary medicine] :: abomasitis (inflammation of the abomasum in young ruminants)
abomaso {m} [anatomy] :: abomasum (fourth or digestive stomach of a ruminant)
Abomé {prop} {f} :: alternative form of Abomey
Abomei {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Abomey
Abomey {prop} {f} :: Abomey (capital city)
abominábil {adj} :: alternative form of abominável
abominação {f} /ɐ.βu.mi.nɐ.ˈsɐ̃w̃/ :: abomination
abominador {m} :: abominator (one who abominates)
abominar {vt} /ɐ.βu.mi.ˈnaɾ/ :: abhor, abominate (to feel disgust towards, to hate in the highest degree)
abominável {adj} /ɐ.βu.mi.ˈna.vɛɫ/ :: abominable; hateful; detestable; loathsome
abominável homem das neves {m} [cryptozoology, often, capitalized] :: abominable snowman, yeti (manlike or apelike animal said to exist in the Himalayas)
abominavelmente {adv} :: abominably (in an abominable manner)
abonar {vt} :: to guarantee, to ensure
abonar {vt} [finance] :: to bail
abonar {vt} :: to support, back, or give credit to something (e.g. a hypothesis)
abonar {vt} :: to accept something as legitimate or justifiable
abonar {vr} :: to boast, to brag
abondança {f} [archaic] /ɐ.βõ.ˈdɐ̃.sɐ/ :: abundance (ample sufficiency)
abondoso {adj} :: alternative form of avondoso
abono {m} :: guarantee
abono {m} :: benefit
aboral {adj} [zoology] :: aboral (situated away from the mouth)
aboralmente {adv} :: aborally (away from the mouth)
abordagem {f} /a.boʁ.ˈda.ʒẽj̃/ :: approach (a manner in which a problem is solved or policy is made)
abordar {v} /a.boʁ.ˈda(ʁ)/ :: to address (a subject, etc.)
abordável {adj} [of a person] :: approachable; affable (easy to talk to)
abordável {adj} [of a subject] :: easy to deal with, or to learn
abordável {adj} [of a ship] :: easy to board
a bordo {adv} :: aboard; on board (in or into a craft)
aborígene {mf} /ɐ.βu.ˈɾi.ʒɨ.nɨ/ :: aborigine (original inhabitant of a region)
aborígene {mf} [specifically] :: Aboriginal (original inhabitant of Australia)
aborígene {adj} :: aboriginal (relating to the natives of a region)
aborígene {adj} :: Aboriginal (relating to Australian Aboriginals)
aboriginalidade {f} :: aboriginalness (state or condition of being an aboriginal)
aborígine {adj} :: Aboriginal (of or pertaining to aborigines)
aborígine {mf} :: Aboriginal (original inhabitant of Australia)
aborígine {mf} :: Aboriginal (original inhabitant of any land)
aborrecendo {v} :: gerund of aborrecer
aborrecer {v} :: to annoy, bother, vex
aborrecer {v} [archaic] :: to abhor, loathe, hate
aborrecido {adj} :: bored, annoyed
aborrecido {adj} :: upset, angry
aborrecimento {m} :: bother, annoyance
aborrecimento {m} :: tedium, boredom, ennui
aborrescente {mf} :: annoying teenager
abort {m} [computing] :: abort (function used to abort a process)
abortado {adj} :: aborted
abortador {m} :: aborter (one who or that which aborts)
abortamento {m} [computing] :: abort (function used to abort a process)
abortamento {m} :: abortion (act of inducing abortion)
abortar {v} :: to abort, miscarry
abortar {vit} [medicine] :: to perform an abortion, interrupt pregnancy
abortável {adj} :: abortable (capable of being aborted)
abortífero {adj} :: abortive (causing abortion)
abortina {f} :: abortin (extract manufactured from the bacterium Brucella abortus)
abortismo {m} /a.boʁ.ˈt͡ʃ :: abortionism (advocacy or practice of abortion)
abortista {mf} :: abortionist (one who favours abortion being legal)
abortividade {f} :: abortiveness (the quality of being abortive)
abortivo {adj} :: relating to abortion
abortivo {adj} [pharmacology] :: abortive; abortifacient (causing abortion)
abortivo {adj} [medicine] :: abortive (born prematurely)
abortivo {adj} [biology] :: abortive (imperfectly formed or developed)
abortivo {adj} :: abortive (coming to naught; fruitless)
abortivo {m} :: abortive; abortifacient (drug that induces an abortion)
aborto {m} /aˈboɾtu/ :: abortion, miscarriage
aborto {m} [regional] :: monster, ugly thing
aborto espontâneo {m} :: miscarriage (termination of pregnancy)
aborto induzido {m} :: abortion (induced abortion)
abotoadura {f} /ˌto.a.ˈdu.ɾɐ/ :: cufflink (button used to hold a sleeve cuff together)
abotoando {v} :: gerund of abotoar
abotoar {v} /ɐ.bu.ˈtwaɾ/ :: to button up (to fasten with a button or buttons)
abotoar {v} [of a plant] :: to bud (to form buds)
abotoar {v} [nautical] :: to connect things by looping it with rope
Aboukir {prop} {f} :: Aboukir (village)
Aboukir {prop} {f} :: Aboukir (bay)
abr. {m} :: abbreviation of abril; apr
abr. {f} :: abbreviation of abreviação; abbr.
abraâmico {adj} :: Abrahamic (pertaining to Abraham)
abraâmico {adj} :: Abrahamic (pertaining to Abrahamic religions)
abraamismo {m} :: Abrahamism (Abrahamic religions collectively)
Abraão {prop} {m} /a.ˈbɾɐ̃w̃/ :: given name
Abraão {prop} {m} :: surname
Abraão {prop} {m} [biblical character] :: Abraham (Old Testament prophet)
abracadabra {interj} :: abracadabra (used to indicate that a magic trick or other illusion has been performed)
abração {m} /ˌa.bɾaˈsɐ̃w̃/ :: augmentative of abraço
abraçar {v} /ɐ.bɾɐ.ˈsaɾ/ :: to hug, embrace
abraçável {adj} /ˌa.bɾa.ˈsa.vew/ :: huggable (capable of, or suitable for, being hugged)
abraço {m} /ɐ.ˈβɾ :: hug, embrace
abraço de tamanduá {m} [Brazil, figurative] :: betrayal, disloyalty (literally “anteater's hug”)
abraço de urso {m} :: bear hug
Abrahaõ {prop} {m} :: obsolete spelling of Abraão
Abrahão {prop} {m} :: alternative spelling of Abraão
abram alas {phrase} [imperative, to a crowd] :: gangway (make way)
abrandamento {m} /ɐβɾɐ̃dɐˈmẽtu/ :: softening
abrandamento {m} :: slowdown
abrandamento {m} :: drop
abrandar {v} /ɐ.bɾɐ̃ˈdaɾ/ :: to soften
abrandar {v} :: to slow down
abrandar {v} :: to loosen
abrandar {v} :: to placate
abrandar {v} :: to relent
abrangência {f} /a.bɾɐ̃.ˈʒẽ.sja/ :: comprehensiveness, coverage, scope, wideness
abrangendo {v} :: gerund of abranger
abrangente {adj} /ˌa.bɾɐ̃.ˈʒẽ.te/ :: Broadly inclusive; comprehensive
abranger {v} /ɐ.βɾɐ̃.ˈʒeɾ/ :: to include, comprise, cover
abranger {v} :: to embrace, span
abranger {v} :: to contain
Abrantes {prop} {f} /ɐˈβɾɐ̃tɨʃ/ :: Abrantes (city/and/municipality)
Abrantes {prop} {mf} :: surname
abraquia {f} [medicine] :: abrachia (the congenital absence of both arms)
abrasamento {m} :: abrasion (act of abrading)
abrasando {v} :: gerund of abrasar
abrasão {f} :: abrasion
abrasão {f} [geology] :: erosion
abrasar {v} :: to burn
abrasar {v} :: to parch
Abrasax {prop} {m} [Gnosticism] /ˌa.bɾa.ˈsaks/ :: Abrasax (one of the Archons)
abrasileirar {v} :: to Brazilianize
abrasivamente {adv} :: abrasively (in an abrasive or rough manner)
abrasividade {f} :: abrasiveness (state or quality of being abrasive)
abrasivo {adj} :: Producing abrasion; abrasive; rough
abrasômetro {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: abrasiometer (device which measures the resistance of surfaces to abrasion)
abrasor {m} :: abrader (tool or machine for abrading)
ab-reação {f} [psychoanalysis] :: abreaction (re-living of an experience)
ab-reagir {v} [psychoanalysis] :: to abreact (eliminate previously repressed emotions)
ab-reativo {adj} :: abreactive (capable of producing abreaction)
Abre-Campo {prop} :: Abre-Campo (municipality)
abrenúncio {m} :: abrenunciation (absolute renunciation; repudiation)
abre-te sésamo {phrase} :: open sesame!
Abreu {prop} {mf} :: surname
abreviação {f} :: abbreviation (shortened or contracted form of a word or phrase)
abreviação {f} :: abbreviation (act or result of shortening or reducing)
abreviadamente {adv} :: abbreviatedly (in an abbreviated fashion)
abreviador {m} :: abbreviator (one who abbreviates)
abreviador {adj} :: which abbreviates
abreviar {v} :: to abbreviate
abreviativo {adj} :: abbreviatory (serving or tending to abbreviate; shortening; abridging)
abreviatório {adj} :: abbreviatory (serving or tending to abbreviate; shortening; abridging)
abreviatura {f} :: an abbreviation, initialism, or acronym
abricó {m} /abɾiˈkɔ/ :: apricot (fruit)
abricó-do-pará {m} :: mammee apple
abridor {m} :: opener (someone who or something that opens something)
abridor {m} :: bottle opener (device to open bottle)
abridor de garrafas {m} :: bottle opener (device to open bottle)
abridor de lata {m} :: can opener (device used to open tin cans)
abrigado {adj} /ɐ.βɾi.ˈɣa.ðu/ :: sheltered (protected from the wind and weather)
abrigar {vt} /ɐ.bɾi.ˈɡaɾ/ :: harbour (provide refuge for)
abrigo {m} /ɐˈβɾiɣu/ :: shelter, haven, refuge
abrigo antiaéreo {m} :: air-raid shelter (reinforced underground shelter designed to give protection against air raids)
abril {m} /ɐ.ˈbɾil/ :: April
Abril {m} :: superseded spelling of abril
abrilesco {adj} :: Aprilish (characteristic of April)
abrina {f} :: abrine (toxic amino acid obtained from jequirity beans)
abrir {vt} /ɐ.ˈβɾiɾ/ :: to open
abrir {vt} [card games, poker] :: to deal [a card]
abrir caminho {vi} [idiomatic] :: make way (to give place or step aside)
abrir mão {v} [de] :: to give up; to renounce
ab-rogação {f} :: abrogation (act of abrogating)
ab-rogar {v} /ab.ʀoˈɡaɾ/ :: abrogate (annul by an authoritative act)
ab-rogativo {adj} :: abrogative (tending or designed to abrogate)
ab-rogável {adj} /ˌab.ʁo.ˌɡa.vew/ :: abrogable (capable of being abrogated)
abrolho {m} [usually in the plural] :: reef (rocks near the coast)
abrolho {m} [weaponry] :: a caltrop or sharp stick used as a booby trap
abroquelando {v} :: gerund of abroquelar
abroquelar {v} :: to shield, protect
abrótano {m} :: abrotanum (a bushy wormwood from Europe)
abrótano-macho {m} :: southernwood (Artemisia abrotanum, an aromatic shrub)
abrótea {f} :: branched asphodel (Asphodelus ramosus, a herb of the Mediterranean region)
abrótea {f} :: forkbeard (Phycis phycis, a hake of the Mediterranean and northeast Atlantic)
abrótea {f} :: Brazilian codling (Urophycis brasiliensis, a hake of the southern Atlantic coast of South America)
abrótea {f} :: Argentine hake (Merluccius hubbsi, a hake of the Argentine coast)
abrótono {m} :: alternative form of abrótano
abrunheiro {m} :: damson (Prunus domestica subsp. insititia, a subspecies of plum tree)
abrunheiro-bravo {m} :: blackthorn (Prunus spinosa, a large shrub)
abrunho {m} /ɐ.βɾu.ɲu/ :: sloe (Prunus spinosa)
abruptamente {adv} /a.ˌbɾup.ta.ˈmẽ.t͡ʃi/ :: abruptly; suddenly (without giving notice)
abruptamente {adv} :: sharply; steeply
abrupto {adj} [of a mountainside, cliff or similar] /ɐˈβɾuptu/ :: abrupt (extremely steep)
abrupto {adj} [of an action or occurrence] :: abrupt; sudden (happening without notice)
abrupto {adj} [of a person or action] :: abrupt; curt (terse to the point of being rude)
abruzês {adj} :: alternative spelling of abruzzês
abruzês {m} :: alternative spelling of abruzzês
abruzzês {adj} :: Abruzzian (of, from or relating to Abruzzo)
abruzzês {m} :: Abruzzian (person from Abruzzo)
Abruzzo {prop} {m} :: Abruzzo (region)
abs {n} [Internet slang, text messaging] :: hugs
abs {interj} [Internet slang, text messaging] :: Used to close an informal message or e-mail, or as a goodbye on text messaging
Absalaõ {prop} {m} :: obsolete spelling of Absalão
Absalão {prop} {m} [biblical character] /ˌˈlɐ̃w̃/ :: Absalom (third son of David)
Absalom {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Absalão
absceder {vi} :: abscess (to form an abscess)
abscesso {m} :: abscess (cavity filled with pus)
abscindir {v} :: abrupt (to tear off or asunder)
abscindir {v} :: abrupt (to interrupt suddenly)
abscisão {f} :: abscission (act of cutting off)
abscisão {f} [rhetoric] :: abscission (abrupt stop of speech)
abscisão {f} [botany] :: abscission (natural separation of a part of a plant)
abscissa {f} [geometry] :: abscissa (first of two coordinates)
absentismo {m} :: truancy (the act of shirking from responsibilities and duties)
absentista {mf} :: absentee (a landholder who doesn’t live in or near his estate)
absidal {adj} [architecture] :: apsidal (of, pertaining to, or in the form of an apse)
abside {f} [architecture] :: apse (semicircular projection from a building)
absidíola {f} :: alternative form of absidíolo
absidíolo {m} [architecture] :: apsidole (minor apse at the end of a side aisle in a church)
absintado {adj} :: absinthiated (impregnated with wormwood)
absinthio {m} :: obsolete form of absinto
absintho {m} :: obsolete spelling of absinto
absíntico {adj} [chemistry] :: absinthic (of wormwood or its acid)
absintina {f} [organic compound] :: absinthin (principal compound found in wormwood)
absíntio {m} [uncommon] :: alternative form of absinto
absintismo {m} :: absinthism (condition of being poisoned by absinthe)
absinto {m} /ab.ˈsĩ.tu/ :: absinthe; wormwood (Artemisia absinthium, a herb of Eurasia and northern Africa)
absinto {m} :: absinthe (liquor made from absinthe flowers and leaves)
absolutamente {adv} /ɐɐ.ˈmẽ.tɨ/ :: absolutely
absoluteza {f} :: absoluteness (the characteristic of being absolute)
absolutismo {m} [political science] :: absolutism (absolute or arbitrary government)
absolutista {adj} :: absolutist (of or pertaining to absolutism)
absolutista {mf} :: absolutist (one who favours autocratic government)
absolutização {f} :: absolutisation (act or result of absolutising)
absolutizar {vt} :: to absolutize (to make absolute)
absoluto {adj} /ɐˈlu.tu/ :: absolute
absoluto {adj} :: unmitigated
absoluto {adj} :: total
absolutório {adj} :: absolutory (serving to absolve)
absolvedor {m} :: absolver (one who absolves)
absolvedor {adj} :: serving to absolve
absolver {v} :: to absolve
absolver {v} [legal] :: To acquit
absolver {v} :: to forgive
absolvição {f} [Christianity] :: absolution
absolvido {adj} [law] :: acquitted
absolvível {adj} :: absolvable (that may be absolved)
absonância {f} /ˈnɐ̃.sja/ :: dissonance, disharmony, discord
absorção {f} :: absorption
absorciometria {f} [chemistry] :: absorptiometry (analysis using absorptiometer)
absorciométrico {adj} :: absorptiometric (pertaining to the measurement of absorption)
absorciómetro {m} [European orthography] :: absorptiometer (instrument that computes absorption rate)
absorciômetro {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative spelling of absorciómetro
absortividade {f} :: absorptivity (the quality of being absorptive)
absortivo {adj} :: absorptive (having capacity to absorb)
absorto {adj} :: distracted; abstracted (inattentive to surrounding objects)
absorto {adj} :: absorbed
absorvedor {m} :: absorbent (anything which absorbs)
absorvedor {n} :: absorbent (which absorbs)
absorvência {f} :: absorbency
absorvente {adj} :: absorbing, absorbent, absorbant
absorvente {m} :: absorbent
absorvente {m} :: sanitary napkin, pad
absorvente interno {m} :: tampon (a plug of cotton or other absorbent material)
absorvente íntimo {m} :: sanitary napkin (pad of cotton or other absorbent material)
absorventemente {adv} :: absorbingly; absorbently (in an absorbing manner)
absorver {v} /ɐbsoɾˈveɾ/ :: to absorb
absorvidade {f} :: absorbedness (the capability of being absorbed)
absorvidamente {adv} :: absorbedly
absorvível {adj} :: absorbable
abstémio {adj} [European orthography] :: abstemious, teetotal
abstêmio {adj} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of abstémio
abstenção {f} /ɐbʃ.tẽ.ˈsɐ̃w̃/ :: abstention (the act of abstaining)
abstencionismo {m} :: abstentionism (policy of abstaining from political participation)
abstencionista {mf} :: abstentionist (advocate of not getting involved politically)
abster {v} [de] /abs.ˈte(ʁ)/ :: to keep from; to prevent from (to stop someone from doing something)
abster {v} [de, .pronominal] :: to abstain from; to refrain from (to deliberately not do something)
abster {v} [de, .pronominal] :: to abstain from (not to do, have or make use of something pleasurable)
abster {vp} :: to keep one’s composure
abster {vp} :: to abstain (to deliberately refrain from voting)
abstergente {m} :: abstergent (a substance used in cleansing)
abstersão {f} :: abstersion (the act of cleaning or cleansing)
abstersivo {adj} :: abstersive (serving to cleanses or purge)
abstinência {f} :: abstinence
abstinencial {adj} :: abstinential (of or pertaining to abstinence)
abstinente {adj} :: abstinent (refraining from indulgence)
abstinente {mf} :: abstinent (one who abstains)
abstração {f} :: abstraction (the act or result of abstracting)
abstracção {f} :: obsolete spelling of abstração
abstracionismo {m} :: abstractionism (the principles of abstract art)
abstracionista {adj} :: abstractionist (relating to abstract art)
abstracionista {mf} :: abstractionist (someone who creates abstract art)
abstraidamente {adv} :: abstractedly (in an abstracted manner)
abstraindo {v} :: gerund of abstrair
abstrair {v} /ɐβʃtɾɐˈiɾ/ :: to abstract (all senses)
abstrair {v} :: to separate
abstraível {adj} :: abstractable (able to be abstracted)
abstratamente {adv} :: abstractly (in an abstract manner)
abstrateza {f} :: abstractness (the quality of being abstract)
abstratidade {f} :: abstractness (the quality of being abstract)
abstratividade {f} :: abstractiveness (the property of being abstractive)
abstrativo {adj} :: abstractive (having an abstracting nature or tendency)
abstrato {adj} :: abstract; separate
abstrato {adj} :: abstract; theoretical; vague; impractical
abstruso {adj} :: Difficult to comprehend; abstruse
absurdamente {adv} :: absurdly (in an absurd fashion)
absurdamente {adv} :: absurdly (to an extreme degree)
absurdidade {f} [uncountable] :: absurdity (the quality of being absurd)
absurdidade {f} :: absurdity (an absurd action of aspect)
absurdismo {m} [philosophy] :: absurdism (philosophy which holds that the universe is chaotic and irrational)
absurdista {adj} :: absurdist (relating to absurdism)
absurdista {mf} :: absurdist (writer of absurd topics)
absurdo {adj} /ɐb.ˈsuɾ.ðu/ :: absurd
absurdo {m} :: absurdity
Abu Dhabi {prop} {f} :: Abu Dhabi (emirate)
Abu Dhabi {prop} {f} :: Abu Dhabi (capital city)
abugida {m} [linguistics] :: abugida (writing system in which consonant-vowel sequences are written as a unit)
abuitre {m} :: alternative form of abutre
Abuja {prop} {f} :: Abuja (capital city)
abulia {f} [psychiatry] :: abulia (absence of will-power or decisiveness)
abúlico {adj} [psychology] :: abulic (relating to or suffering from abulia)
abuna {m} [Christianity] :: abuna (head of the Abyssinian church)
Abunã {prop} {m} :: Abunã (river)
abundância {f} /ɐ.bũ.ˈdɐ̃.sjɐ/ :: abundance (ample sufficiency)
abundante {adj} /ɐ.bũ.ˈdɐ̃.tɨ/ :: abundant; plentiful (fully sufficient; having more than enough)
abundantemente {adv} :: abundantly (in an abundant manner)
abundar {v} /ɐbũˈdaɾ/ :: to abound (be plentiful)
Abundio {prop} {m} :: historical given name. alternative form of Abúndio
Abúndio {prop} {m} :: historical given name
Abuquir {prop} {f} :: alternative form of Aboukir
aburguesamento {m} :: embourgeoisement, bourgeoisification, gentrification
aburguesar {vt} :: bourgeoisify (to make bourgeois)
abusador {m} :: abuser (one who abuses)
abusando {v} :: gerund of abusar
abusar {v} /ˌɐ.βu.ˈzaɾ/ :: to abuse
abusar {v} :: to insult
abusável {adj} :: abusable (capable of being abused)
Abu Simbel {prop} {f} /a.ˈbu sĩ.ˈbɛw/ :: Abu Simbel (Ancient Egyptian temple complex)
abusivamente {adv} :: abusively (in an abusive manner)
abusividade {f} :: abusiveness (the quality of being abusive)
abusivo {adj} :: abusive (practising, containing or being an abuse)
abuso {m} :: abuse
abuso sexual {m} :: sexual abuse (forcing of undesired sexual activity by one person on another)
abutilão {m} :: abutilon; Indian mallow (any plant of the genus Abutilon)
abutre {m} /ɐˈβutɾɨ/ :: vulture in general, or Old World vulture more specifically (cf. urubu)
abutre-barbudo {m} :: lammergeier (bird)
abutre-fusco {m} :: Eurasian black vulture (Aegypius monachus)
abysmal {adj} :: obsolete spelling of abismal
abzima {f} :: abzyme (antibody with catalytic properties)
a/c {phrase} :: initialism of aos cuidados de
AC {prop} :: Acre (Brazilian state)
acá {adv} [literary or archaic] :: hither (to here)
Acab {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Acabe
Acaba {prop} {f} :: Acaba (city)
acabado {adj} /ɐ.kɐ.ˈβa.ðu/ :: [not comparable] over; finished (that no longer continues)
acabado {adj} :: [comparable] finished; polished (improved beyond what is necessary)
acabado {adj} :: [comparable] exhausted; depleted; used up (whose resources have been consumed entirely)
acabado {adj} :: [comparable] finished (too old; about to die)
acabamento {m} /aˌkabɐˈmẽtʊ/ :: finishing (act of finishing something)
acabamento {m} [uncountable] :: polish, refinement
acabamento {m} [uncountable] :: the final, minor details or steps in the production of something
acabar {vi} /ɐ.kɐ.ˈbaɾ/ :: to finish (to be over, completed)
acabar {vt} :: to complete; to finish (to make done)
acabar {v} :: [auxiliary with a verb in the gerund] to end up (to eventually do)
acabar {v} :: [copulative] to end up; to turn out (to become, at the end of a process)
acabar {v} :: [de] to have just; just (indicates recency)
acabar {v} :: [com] to destroy completely, to defeat thoroughly
acabar {v} :: [com] to break up; to put an end to (to make an activity or practice stop)
acabar {v} :: [com] to break up with (end a relationship)
acabar {vip} :: to run out (to be entirely used up)
acabar com o sofrimento {v} [de, .idiomatic, .informal] :: put out of one's misery; to finish off (to kill someone who is in agony)
Acabe {prop} {m} [biblical character] :: Ahab (a king of Israel)
a cabo de {prep} :: alternative form of ao cabo de
acabrunhar {vt} :: to afflict
acabrunhar {vt} :: to overburden, overwhelm
acabrunhar {vt} :: to humiliate
açacalar {v} /ɐ.sɐ.kɐ.ˈlaɾ/ :: to polish; to burnish
acaçapado {adj} :: low, flat
acaçapado {adj} :: crouched
acaçapado {adj} :: hidden
acacetina {f} :: acacetin (a glycoside that form in the leaves of the common locust tree)
acácia {f} :: acacia (plant)
a cada passo {adv} :: from time to time; now and again; occasionally
a cada passo {adv} :: See: pt a cada passo
a cada um o que é seu {proverb} :: to each his own (every person is entitled to his or her personal preferences)
academês {m} [pejorative] :: academese (preference for long or complex words and sentences)
academia {f} /ɐ.kɐ.ðɨ.ˈmi.ɐ/ :: academy
academia {f} [Brazil] :: gym
academicamente {adv} :: academically (in an academic style or manner)
academicismo {m} :: alternative form of academismo
académico {adj} [European orthography] /ɐ.kɐ.ˈdɛ.mi.ku/ :: academic
académico {m} [European orthography] :: academic
acadêmico {adj} [Brazilian orthography] /a.ka.ˈde.mi.ku/ :: alternative form of académico
acadêmico {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of académico
academismo {m} [art] :: academicism (traditional or orthodox formalism)
academização {f} :: academisation (the process or action of academising)
academizar {vt} /ˈza(ʁ)/ :: to academise (to make academic)
Acádia {prop} {f} /a.ˈka.d͡ʒi.ɐ/ :: Acádia (ancient kingdom)
Acádia {prop} {f} :: Acádia (ancient capital)
Acádia {prop} {f} [history] :: Acádia (colony)
acadiano {adj} :: Accadian (pertaining to a race supposed to have lived in Babylonia before the Assyrian conquest)
acadiano {m} :: Accadian (a person from Accad)
acádio {adj} :: Akkadian (of, from or pertaining to Akkad)
acádio {m} [uncountable] :: Akkadian (language of the Akkadians)
acádio {m} :: Akkadian (person from Akkad)
açafrão {m} /ɐ.sɐ.ˈfɾɐ̃w̃/ :: saffron
açafrão-da-índia {m} :: turmeric (Curcuma longa, a plant of India)
açafrão-da-índia {m} :: turmeric (spice made from the rhizome of the turmeric plant)
açafrão-das-índias {m} :: alternative form of açafrão-da-índia
açafrão-da-terra {m} :: turmeric (Curcuma longa, a plant whose roots are used as spice)
açafroa {f} :: safflower (Carthamus tinctorius, a plant cultivated for its oil)
açafroado {adj} :: saffron (colour)
açaí {m} /a.saˈi/ :: acai, the fruit of the acai palm (Euterpe)
Acaia {prop} {f} /a.ˈkaj.ɐ/ :: Acaia (region)
Acaiaca {prop} :: Acaiaca (municipality)
açaizeiro {m} :: açai (south American palms of the genus Euterpe)
acaju {m} [botany] /a.ka.ˈʒu/ :: mahogany (tree)
acaju {m} :: cashew (nut or fruit)
Acajutiba {prop} :: Acajutiba (municipality)
acalanto {m} :: lullaby
acalasia {f} :: achalasia (problem where a ring of muscles is unable to fully relax)
acalculia {f} [pathology] :: acalculia (condition of lacking basic mathematical skills)
acalentamento {m} :: nurturance
acalentamento {m} :: cherishing
acalentando {v} :: gerund of acalentar
acalentar {vt} :: to cherish
acalentar {vt} :: to lull, comfort
acalentar {vp} :: to calm down
acalmador {m} :: composer (one who, or that which, quiets or calms)
acalmando {v} :: gerund of acalmar
acalmar {vt} /ɐkaɫˈmaɾ/ :: to calm; to calm down (to make calm)
acalmar {vp} :: to calm down (to become calm)
acalmar {vip} :: to calm down (to become less agitated)
acalorado {adj} :: incendiary (inflammatory, emotionally charged)
acamado {adj} /ɐ.kɐ.ˈma.ðu/ :: bedridden (confined to bed because of infirmity or illness)
açambarcar {v} :: to monopolize; to take something for oneself without others benefiting of it
a caminho {adv} [idiomatic] :: on the way; on one's way; en route
a caminho de {prep} :: on the way to; on one's way to; en route to
acampamento {m} /ɐ.kɐ̃.pɐ.ˈmẽ.tu/ :: camp
acampamento de verão {m} :: summer camp (institution devoted to housing and entertaining children during summer vacation)
acampando {v} :: gerund of acampar
acampar {v} /ɐ.kɐ̃.ˈpaɾ/ :: to camp (go camping)
acampar {v} :: to encamp
acanhado {adj} /ɐ.kɐ.ˈɲa.du/ :: shy
acanhar {vt} /a.kɜˈj̃aɾ/ :: to atrophy; to hinder the development [of]
acanhar {vt} :: to embarrass; to make shy
acantácea {f} :: acanthad (plant that is a member of the family Acanthaceae)
acantameba {f} :: acanthamoeba (any amoeba of the genus Acanthamoeba)
acantamebíase {f} [pathology] :: acanthamoebiasis (infection by acanthamoebas)
acantela {f} :: acanthella (larva stage of Acanthocephala)
acântio {m} [medicine] :: acanthion (point at the base of the anterior nasal spine)
acantita {f} [mineral] :: acanthite (a mineral form of silver sulfide)
acanto {m} :: acanthus (any of the genus Acanthus of prickly herbaceous plants)
acantocéfalo {m} [zoology] :: acanthocephalan (any of parasitic intestinal worms of the phylum Acanthocephala)
acantócito {m} [hematology] :: acanthocyte (erythrocyte that has a spiny appearance)
acantocitose {f} [pathology] :: acanthocytosis (presence of acanthocytes in the blood)
acantódio {m} [zoology] :: acanthodian (member of a group of extinct fish, the Acanthodii)
acanto espinhoso {m} [rare] :: spiny bear's breeches (Acanthus spinosus, a flowering plant of southern Europe)
acantólise {f} [medicine] :: acantholysis (loss of intercellular connections)
acantolítico {adj} :: acantholytic (pertaining to acantholysis)
acantoma {m} [medicine] :: acanthoma (neoplasm of the prickle cell layer of the skin)
acantopódio {m} :: acanthopodium (toothlike pseudopodium in some amoebas)
acantopterígio {adj} [zoology] :: acanthopterygious (having fins with hard rays)
acantopterígio {m} [zoology] :: acanthopterygian (any fish of the superorder Acanthopterygii)
acantose {f} [medicine] :: acanthosis (abnormal thickening of the stratum spinosum)
acantótico {adj} :: acanthotic (of or relating to acanthosis)
acanturídeo {m} [zoology] :: acanthurid (any member of the Acanthuridae)
à canzana {adv} :: doggy style
-ação {suffix} :: -ation
ação {f} /a.ˈsɐ̃w̃/ :: action
ação {f} :: lawsuit
ação {f} :: share (stocks and bonds)
ação {f} :: fight; engagement (military)
a capela {adv} :: alternative spelling of a cappella
a capella {adv} :: a capella
a cappella {adv} [music] :: a cappella (performed by a choir with no instrumental accompaniment)
acapsulado {adj} [microbiology] :: acapsular (having no capsule)
acapu {m} :: acapu (trees of the genus Andira)
acapu {m} :: acapu (species Vouacapoua americana)
acapu {m} :: acapu (wood of such trees)
Acapulco {prop} {f} /ˌa.ka.ˈpuw.ku/ :: Acapulco (city)
acará-bandeira {m} :: angelfish (freshwater fish of the genus Pterophyllum)
acarajé {m} /a.ka.ɾaˈʒɛ/ :: a deep-fried ball made of beans
acaranguejado {adj} :: crablike (having some characteristics of a crab)
acardia {f} :: acardia (birth defect in which the heart is absent)
acardíaco {adj} :: acardiac (lacking a heart)
acarditar {v} :: eye dialect of acreditar
acardite {f} [organic compound] :: acardite (substance used to stabilise chemicals and as a plasticiser)
acaríase {f} :: acariasis (disease caused by mites or ticks)
acariciador {m} :: caresser (one who caresses)
acariciar {vt} :: to stroke (to move one's hand or an object over the surface of)
acariciar {vt} :: to pet (fondle (an animal))
acariciar {vt} :: to pet (fondle (another person) amorously)
acariciar {vt} :: to caress (touch or kiss lovingly)
acariciável {adj} :: cuddly (suitable for cuddling)
acaricida {adj} :: acaricidal (deadly to acarids)
acaricida {m} :: acaricide (substance which kills acarids)
acarídeo {adj} [zoology] :: acarid (of or pertaining to acarids)
acarídeo {m} [zoology] :: acarid (any parasitic arachnid of the subclass Acarina)
acarino {adj} :: acarine (relating to or caused by acari)
acarino {m} [zoology] :: acarus (mite in the genus Acarus)
Acarnânia {prop} {f} :: Acarnânia (historical region)
acarnaniano {m} :: Acarnanian (person from Acarnania)
acarnaniano {adj} :: Acarnanian (of, from or relating to Acarnania)
acarnânio {m} :: Acarnanian (person from Acarnania)
acarnânio {adj} :: Acarnanian (of, from or relating to Acarnania)
a carne é fraca {proverb} :: the flesh is weak (people are unable to completely refrain from sinning)
ácaro {m} /ˈakɐɾʊ/ :: mite (an arachnid)
acarofobia {f} :: acarophobia
acarologia {f} :: acarology (the study of ticks and mites)
acarológico {adj} :: acarological (relating to acarology)
acarose {f} :: acariasis (disease caused by mites or ticks)
acarretar {v} /ɐ.kɐ.ʁɨ.ˈtaɾ/ :: to cart (transport in a cart or similar)
acarretar {v} :: to carry
acarretar {v} :: to cause, bring about
acartar {v} /ɐ.kɐɾ.ˈtaɾ/ :: to transport something on the back or on the head
a casa caiu {phrase} [idiom] :: Said after a particularly undesirable, harmful change of events; often, though not always, said of a criminal or illicit activity discovered by the authority
a casa de um homem é o seu castelo {proverb} :: a man's home is his castle
acasalar {v} [zoology] :: to mate (to have sex; said of animals)
acaso {adv} /ɐ.ˈka.zu/ :: by chance
acaso {adv} :: maybe
acaso {m} :: chance; luck
acastanhado {adj} :: chestnut (coloured), brownish
acastanhar {vt} :: to brown (to make brown)
acastelando {v} :: gerund of acastelar
acastelar {v} :: to fortify [with castles]
acastelar {v} :: to heap or pile (up)
à cata {adv} :: (usually with de) searching, in search
acatalasemia {f} [pathology] :: acatalasaemia (lack of catalase in the blood)
acatalasia {f} [pathology] :: acatalasaemia (lack of catalase in the blood)
acataléctico {adj} [poetry, prosody] :: acatalectic (having the required number of syllables in the last foot)
acatalepsia {f} [philosophy] :: acatalepsy (the doctrine that human knowledge never amounts to certainty)
acataléptico {adj} :: acataleptic (incapable of being comprehended)
acatalético {adj} :: alternative form of acataléctico
acatamento {m} :: observance
acatamento {m} :: compliance
acatando {v} :: gerund of acatar
acatar {vt} :: to observe
acatar {vt} :: to respect, worship
acatar {vt} :: to obey, heed, comply
acategórico {adj} :: acategorical (not categorical)
acatisia {f} [medicine] :: akathisia (sensation of restlessness characterised by an inability to sit still)
acatisto {m} :: acathistus (Greek liturgical hymn in honour of Mary)
acatólico {adj} :: acatholic (not Catholic)
acaudado {adj} :: tailless; acaudate (without a tail)
acaule {adj} [botany] :: acaulescent (having no stem)
acaulescente {adj} [botany] :: acaulescent (having no stem)
acausal {adj} :: acausal (not causal)
acausalidade {f} [physics] :: acausality (lack of causality)
acautelar {v} :: to prevent
acautelar {v} :: to forearm, guard
a cavalo dado não se olham os dentes {proverb} :: alternative form of a cavalo dado não se olha os dentes
a cavalo dado não se olha os dentes {proverb} :: don't look a gift horse in the mouth (do not unappreciatively question a gift)
Acaz {prop} {m} :: Ahaz (biblical king of Judah)
acção {f} :: obsolete spelling of ação
accelerador {m} :: obsolete spelling of acelerador
accelerador {adj} :: obsolete spelling of acelerador
accentuar {v} :: obsolete form of acentuar
accessit {m} :: accessit (honorable mention in an academic contest)
acciaccatura {f} [music] :: acciaccatura (short grace note occurring on the beat occupied by the main note)
Áccio {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Actium
accionista {mf} :: obsolete spelling of acionista
acclarar {v} :: obsolete spelling of aclarar
accolher {v} :: obsolete spelling of acolher
accordar {v} :: obsolete spelling of acordar
Accra {prop} {f} /ˈa.kɾɐ/ :: Accra (capital city)
accreditar {v} :: obsolete spelling of acreditar
accusar {v} :: obsolete spelling of acusar
ace {m} [tennis] :: ace (tennis: point scored without the opponent hitting the ball)
acebolado {adj} [cooking] /a.ˌˈla.du/ :: onioned (containing or flavoured with onions)
acebolado {adj} :: oniony (tasting or smelling of onions)
acebolado {adj} :: multilayered (having multiple layers)
acedapsona {f} [pharmaceutical drug] :: acedapsone (antimicrobial drug used to treat leprosy)
acedência {f} :: accedence (the act of acceding)
acedendo {v} :: gerund of aceder
aceder {v} /ɐsɨˈðeɾ/ :: to comply (with), agree (to)
aceder {v} :: to conform
aceder {v} :: to access
acefalia {f} [medicine] :: acephalia (birth defect in which the head is absent)
acéfalo {adj} :: headless; acephalous (without a head)
acefalocístico {adj} :: acephalocystic (pertaining to acephalocysts)
acefato {m} :: acephate (an insecticide used primarily against aphids)
Aceguá {prop} :: Aceguá (municipality)
Aceh {prop} {f} :: Aceh (province)
aceitabilidade {f} /a.ˌsej.ta.ˌˈda.d͡ʒi/ :: acceptability
aceitação {f} /əˈsetəsə̃ʊ/ :: acceptance
aceitador {m} :: acceptor (one who accepts something)
aceitador {adj} :: accepting (which accepts)
aceitante {adj} :: accepting
aceitante {mf} :: acceptor
aceitar {v} /ɐ.sɐj.ˈtaɾ/ :: to accept
aceitar {v} :: to receive
aceitável {adj} :: capable, worthy, or sure of being accepted; acceptable
aceitavelmente {adv} :: acceptably (in an acceptable manner)
aceitavelmente {adv} :: acceptably (to an acceptable degree)
acelarador {m} [dialectal] :: alternative form of acelerador
acelarar {v} [dated, dialectal] :: alternative form of acelerar
aceleração {f} :: acceleration
aceleração angular {f} [classical mechanics] :: angular acceleration (rate of change of angular velocity)
aceleradamente {adv} :: quickly, rapidly
acelerado {adj} :: accelerated
acelerado {adj} :: fast, quick, rapid
acelerador {m} /ɐ.sɨ.lɨ.ɾɐ.ˈðoɾ/ :: accelerator (a device for causing acceleration)
acelerador {m} :: accelerator pedal
acelerador {adj} :: accelerating (which causes something to accelerate)
acelerador de partículas {m} :: particle accelerator (a device that accelerates electrically charged particles to extremely high speeds)
acelerar {v} /ɐ.sɨ.lɨ.ˈɾaɾ/ :: to accelerate
acelerável {adj} :: accelerable (able to be accelerated)
acelerina {f} [medicine] :: accelerin (a blood factor)
acelerógrafo {m} [seismology] :: accelerograph (instrument used to record the acceleration of the ground during an earthquake)
acelerograma {m} [seismology] :: accelerogram (graphical output from an accelerograph)
acelerometria {f} :: accelerometry (the measurement of acceleration)
acelerométrico {adj} :: accelerometric (of or pertaining to accelerometry)
acelerómetro {m} [European orthography] :: accelerometer (instrument for measuring acceleration)
acelerômetro {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of acelerómetro
acelga {f} [culinary, botany] /aˈsɛwɡɐ/ :: chard (Beta vulgaris, sometimes Beta vulgaris var. cicla)
acelomado {adj} [zoology] :: acoelomate (having no coelom)
acelular {adj} :: acellular (not composed of cells)
acemetas {mp} [historical] :: Acoemetae (fifth-century monastic order who kept up divine service day and night)
acenafteno {m} [organic compound] :: acenaphthene (hydrocarbon found in coal tar)
acenaftileno {m} [organic compound] :: acenaphthylene (a polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon)
acenar {v} :: to indicate something through gesture, such as waving one’s hand, nodding or moving one’s eyes
acendedor {m} :: lighter (fire making device)
acendendo {v} /ɐsẽˈdẽdu/ :: gerund of acender
acender {vt} /ɐ.sẽ.ˈdeɾ/ :: to light (to set fire to)
acender {vi} :: to light up; to catch fire
acender {vt} :: to turn on (to activate a source of light)
acender {vi} :: [of a source of light] to be turned on
acender {vt} :: [figurative] to give birth to (to create or start something that can’t be stopped)
aceno {m} /ɐˈsenu/ :: wave (movement of the arm or hand used for communication, especially to greet or say farewell to someone far away)
acento {m} [orthography] /ɐ.ˈsẽ.tu/ :: accent (mark to indicate accent)
acento agudo {m} [orthography] :: acute accent
acento agudo duplo {m} :: double acute accent
acento circunflexo {m} :: circumflex
acento de altura {m} [phonology] :: pitch accent (tone system that uses variations in pitch to give prominence to a syllable or mora)
acento diacrítico {m} :: diacritic (special mark)
acento grave {m} :: grave accent
acento musical {m} [phonology] :: pitch accent (tone system that uses variations in pitch to give prominence to a syllable or mora)
acento tonal {m} [phonology] :: pitch accent (tone system that uses variations in pitch to give prominence to a syllable or mora)
acêntrico {adj} :: acentric (without a centre)
acentuação {f} :: the placement of a diacritical mark on a letter
acentuação {f} :: accentuation (the act or process of accentuating)
acentuação {f} [music] :: accentuation (pitch or modulation of the voice)
acentuado {adj} :: marked
acentuado {adj} :: accentuated
acentuador {m} :: accentuator (an agent that accentuates)
acentual {adj} :: accentual (of or pertaining to accent)
acentualmente {adv} :: accentually (in an accentual manner)
acentuando {v} :: gerund of acentuar
acentuar {v} :: to accentuate, emphasize, distinguish, elevate
acentuável {adj} :: accentuable (capable of being accented)
-áceo {suffix} :: -aceous (of, relating to, or resembling the thing suffixed)
-áceo {suffix} :: -aceous (belonging to a taxonomic family or other group)
acepção {f} [semantics] :: sense (single meaning of a word)
acepipe {m} /aseˈpipi/ :: appetiser, antipasto, hors d'oeuvre (food served before the main course)
acepipe {m} :: delicacy (delicious food or dish)
aceptilação {f} [civil law] :: acceptilation (release from debt or obligation without payment)
ácer {m} [botany] :: maple
aceragem {f} :: acierage (process of electroplating a copper engraving with iron or steel)
acerâmico {adj} [archaeology, of a culture] :: aceramic (having no pottery)
acerar {v} :: to acierate (to convert iron into steel)
a cera sobeja queima a igreja {proverb} :: too many cooks spoil the broth
acerbamente {adv} :: acerbically (sourly; bitterly)
acerbar {vt} [rare] :: to exacerbate; to aggravate (to make something bad even worse)
acerbidade {f} :: acerbity (sourness of taste)
acerbidade {f} :: acerbity (harshness, bitterness or severity)
acerbo {adj} :: acerb (bitter to the taste)
acercando {v} :: gerund of acercar
acercar {v} /ɐsɨɾˈkaɾ/ :: to approach
acercar {v} :: to approximate
acerebral {adj} :: acerebral (not involving the brain)
a cereja do bolo {f} [idiomatic] :: the icing on the cake (something wonderful at the end of something good)
acerola {f} :: acerola
aceroso {adj} :: acerose (having a sharp, rigid point)
acerrimamente {adv} :: superlative of acremente
acérrimo {adj} :: superlative of acre
acertar {v} /ɐ.sɨɾ.ˈtaɾ/ :: to adjust
acertar {v} :: to regulate
acertar {v} :: to hit [a target]
acertar {v} :: to be correct [about something]
acertar {v} :: to coincide
acertar em cheio {v} [idiomatic] :: hit the nail on the head (identify something exactly)
acerto {m} /a.ˈseɾ.tu/ :: something that is correct
acerto {m} :: hit, correct strike
acerto {m} :: fluke, luck
acerto {m} :: agreement
acerto {m} :: adjustment
acervar {v} :: to amass (to gather a great quantity of)
acervar {v} :: to produce an inventory (detailed list of all of the items on hand)
acervo {m} /aˈsɛʁvu/ :: heritage
acervo {m} :: heap
acérvulo {m} :: acervulus (calcified concretions near the pineal gland)
acescente {adj} :: acescent (turning sour)
aceso {adj} /ɐ.ˈse.zu/ :: lit; lighted (burning, especially with a small, controlled fire)
aceso {adj} :: [of a light source] lit; on (activated and emitting light)
acêso {adj} :: obsolete spelling of aceso
acessão {f} :: accession
acessar {vt} /ɐ.sɨ.ˈsaɾ/ :: to access (to gain or obtain access to)
acessar {vt} [computing] :: to access (computing: to have access to (data))
acessibilidade {f} :: accessibility (the quality of being accessible, or of admitting approach)
acessível {adj} :: accessible
acessivelmente {adv} /ˌˌsi.vew.ˈmẽ.t͡ʃi/ :: accessibly
acessivelmente {adv} :: reasonably; inexpensively
acesso {m} /ɐˈsɛsu/ :: access (a way or means of approaching)
acessória {f} [legal] :: accessory (female)
acessoriamente {adv} :: accessorily (in the manner of an accessory)
acessoriedade {f} :: accessoriness (the state of being accessory)
acessório {m} :: accessory, attachment
acessulfame K {m} :: alternative form of acesulfame K
acessulfame-K {m} :: alternative form of acesulfame K
acesulfame K {m} :: acesulfame K (artificial sweetener)
acesulfame-K {m} :: alternative spelling of acesulfame K
acetabular {adj} :: acetabular (relating to the acetabulum)
acetabulífero {adj} :: acetabuliferous (furnished with acetabula)
acetábulo {m} [anatomy] :: acetabulum (bony cup that receives the head of the thigh bone)
acetabuloplastia {f} [surgery] :: acetabuloplasty (corrective surgery to the acetabulum)
acetal {m} [organic chemistry] :: acetal (any diether of a geminal diol)
acetaldeído {m} [organic compound] :: acetaldehyde
acetalização {f} [organic chemistry] :: acetalization (reaction that yields an acetal)
acetamida {f} [organic compound] :: acetamide (amide of acetic acid)
acetanilida {f} [organic chemistry, pharmaceutical drug] :: acetanilide (amide derived from acetic acid and aniline)
acetarsol {m} [organic compound, medicine] :: acetarsol (compound sometimes used as an antiinfective)
acetarsona {f} [organic compound, medicine, rare] :: acetarsol (compound sometimes used as an antiinfective)
acetato {m} [uncountable, organic chemistry] /ɐ.sɨ.ˈta.tu/ :: acetate
acetato {m} :: transparency (a transparent material with an image on it, that is viewable by shining light through it.)
acetazolamida {f} :: acetazolamide (carbonic anhydrase inhibitor that is used to treat glaucoma and other conditions)
Acetes {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: Acoetes (attendant of Bacchus)
acético {adj} :: acetic (pertaining to vinegar)
acético {adj} [organic chemistry] :: acetic (pertaining to acetic acid)
acetificação {f} :: acetification (the process of converting into vinegar)
acetificar {vt} :: to acetify (convert into acid or vinegar)
acetilação {f} [chemistry] :: acetylation (reaction of a substance with acetic acid)
acetilacetona {f} [organic compound] :: acetylacetone (a diketone used as a solvent and as a coordination ligand)
acetilase {f} [enzyme] :: acetylase (any enzyme that catalyses the formation of acetate esters)
acetilcisteína {f} [organic compound] :: acetylcysteine (a mucolytic agent)
acetilcolina {f} [neurotransmitter] :: acetylcholine (a neurotransmitter compound)
acetilcolinesterase {f} [enzyme] :: acetylcholinesterase (enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of acetylcholine into choline and acetic acid)
acetilénico {adj} [European orthography, organic chemistry] :: acetylenic (relating to acetylene)
acetilênico {adj} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative spelling of acetilénico
acetileno {m} [organic compound] /a.ˌse.t͡ʃi.ˈ :: acetylene
acetilesterase {f} [enzyme] :: acetylesterase (any enzyme that catalyses the hydrolysis of an acetate ester)
acetileto {m} [chemistry] :: acetylide
acetílico {adj} :: acetylic (pertaining to acetyl)
acetilmetionina {f} [organic compound] :: acetylmethionine (the N-acetyl derivative of the amino acid methionine)
acetilsalicilato {m} [organic chemistry] :: acetylsalicylate (salt or ester of acetylsalicylic acid)
acetiltiocolina {f} [organic compound] :: acetylthiocholine (acetyl derivative of thiocolina)
acetoacetato {m} [organic chemistry] :: acetoacetate (any salt or ester of acetoacetic acid)
acetoclástico {adj} :: acetoclastic (that converts acetic acid to methane)
acetoexamida {f} [pharmaceutical drug] :: acetohexamide (an antidiabetic drug)
acetofenona {f} [organic compound] :: acetophenone (an aromatic ketone)
acetogénese {f} [European orthography, biochemistry] :: acetogenesis (anaerobic production of acetic acid or acetate by bacteria)
acetogênese {f} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative spelling of acetogénese
acetogénico {adj} [European orthography, biochemistry] :: acetogenic (capable of converting carbon dioxide or sugars into acetic acid or acetate)
acetogênico {adj} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative spelling of acetogénico
acetoína {f} [organic compound] :: acetoin (one of the constituents of the flavour of butter)
acetólise {f} [organic chemistry] :: acetolysis (breakdown of an organic compound using acetic acid or acetic anhydride)
acetona {f} [organic compound] :: acetone (the organic compound (CH3)2CO)
acetonaftona {f} [organic compound] :: acetonaphthone (either of two isomers of methyl naphthyl ketone)
acetonemia {f} [medicine] :: acetonemia (presence of excessive levels of acetone in blood)
acetonémico {adj} [European orthography] :: acetonemic (pertaining to or suffering from acetonemia)
acetonêmico {adj} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative spelling of acetonémico
acetónico {adj} [European orthography] :: acetonic (relating to or producing acetone)
acetônico {adj} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative spelling of acetónico
acetonida {f} [organic chemistry] :: acetonide (any cyclic acetal derived from acetone and a diol)
acetonitrila {f} [organic compound] :: acetonitrile (the simplest organic cyanide or nitrile)
acetonúria {f} [pathology] :: acetonuria (presence of acetone in the urine)
acetosa {f} :: sorrel (plant)
acetosela {f} :: wood sorrel (a white-flowered woodland plant, Oxalis acetosella)
acetosidade {f} :: acetosity (the quality of being acetous)
acetosiringona {f} [organic compound] :: acetosyringone (a derivative of acetophenone)
acetóxi {m} [organic chemistry] :: acetoxy (univalent radical derived from acetic acid by loss of a hydrogen atom)
acetrizoato {m} [organic chemistry] :: acetrizoate (any salt or ester of acetrizoic acid)
aceturato {m} :: aceturate
acetyleno {m} :: obsolete spelling of acetileno
a céu aberto {adj} :: outdoor, open-air
acha {f} /ˈa.ʃɐ/ :: billet (piece of wood used as firewood)
acha {f} :: battle-axe (axe for use in battle)
achado {m} /ɐ.ˈʃa.ðu/ :: finding
achado {m} :: find, discovery
achado não é roubado {proverb} :: finders keepers (whoever finds something is allowed to keep it)
achagua {m} :: Achagua (a language of Colombia)
Achaia {prop} {f} :: obsolete spelling of Acaia
achanar {v} /ɐʃɐˈnar/ :: to flatten
achante {mf} [uncommon] :: dated form of ashanti
achanti {mf} [uncommon] :: dated spelling of ashanti
achaparrado {adj} /a.ʃˈʁa.du/ :: stubby, chubby
achaparrar {v} /a.ʃˈʁa(ɾ)/ :: to make or become stubby or chubby
achaque {m} /ɐ.ˈʃa.kɨ/ :: frequent but minor malaise
achaque {m} :: a moral or behavioural flaw; a vice
achaque {m} :: an excuse for doing something; a pretext
achar {vt} /ɐ.ˈʃaɾ/ :: to find; to encounter (to come across something that was unknown or had been lost)
achar {v} [ditransitive, copulative for the second object] :: to find; to consider (to have the opinion that a given thing has the given quality)
achar {v} [ditransitive, copulative for the second object] :: to find (to come across something in the given state)
achar {v} [que] :: to think; to think that (to have the given opinion)
achar {v} [de] :: to think of (to have an opinion regarding the worth of someone or something)
achar {vp} [copulative] :: to be (in the given state or condition)
achar {vp} [Brazil, slang] :: to be arrogant or act arrogantly; to think too highly of oneself
achar {m} :: achar (a spicy and salty pickle of Indian cuisine)
acharya {m} :: acharya (spiritual teacher)
achatado {adj} :: flattened, compressed
achatado {adj} :: crushed, squashed
achatando {v} :: gerund of achatar
achatar {v} :: to flatten
achatar {v} :: to squash
achega {f} :: addition
achega {f} :: help
achegar {vt} /ˌa.ʃeˈɡa(ʁ)/ :: to bring closer; to put within reach
achegar {vp} :: to come closer
Achém {prop} {f} :: alternative form of Aceh
Achiles {prop} {m} :: obsolete spelling of Aquiles
Achilles {prop} {m} :: obsolete spelling of Aquiles
achinês {m} :: Acehnese (a Malayo-Polynesian language spoken in Aceh)
achiote {m} :: achiote (Bixa orellana, a tropical American evergreen shrub)
achiote {m} :: achiote (seed of the achiote shrub)
achiote {m} :: achiote (orange-red dye obtained from achiote seeds)
achismo {m} /a.ˈʃ :: the tendency to, or an instance of, basing one's choices or actions on unproven beliefs
-acho {suffix} :: forms pejorative diminutives; -aster
acho que sim {phrase} :: I think so
aciaria {f} :: steelworks
acicatar {v} :: to spur
acicatar {v} [figuratively] :: to spur; to incite, to encourage
acicate {m} :: spur (implement for prodding a horse)
acicate {m} [figuratively] :: incentive, spur (anything that inspires or motivates)
acíclico {adj} [chemistry] :: acyclic
acicloguanosina {f} :: acycloguanosine (a guanosine analogue antiviral drug)
acícula {f} :: acicula (needle-like spine of some animals and plants)
acicular {adj} :: acicular (needle-shaped)
acidamente {adv} :: acidly; sourly (in an acid manner)
acidemia {f} [medicine] :: acidaemia (increased acidity in the blood)
acidêmico {adj} [Brazilian orthography] :: acidaemic (afflicted with acidaemia)
acidentado {adj} :: (being a) victim of an accident
acidentado {adj} [of terrain] :: rough
acidental {adj} :: accidental
acidentalidade {f} :: accidentality (quality of being accidental)
acidentalmente {adv} /əsidɪ̃təlˈmɛ̃t̪/ :: accidentally
acidentalmente {adv} :: casually
acidente {m} /ɐ.si.ˈdẽ.tɨ/ :: accident (unexpected event with negative consequences)
acidente {m} [geology] :: accident (irregular surface)
acidente vascular cerebral {m} [medicine] :: stroke, cerebrovascular accident
acidez {f} :: acidity (the quality or state of being acid)
acídia {f} :: accidie (general listlessness and apathy)
acidífero {adj} :: acidiferous (containing acid)
acidificação {f} :: acidification
acidificador {m} [chemistry] :: acidifier (simple or compound whose presence is necessary to produce acidity)
acidificar {v} :: to acidify
acidificável {adj} :: acidifiable (capable of being acidified)
acidimetria {f} [chemistry] :: acidimetry (measurement of the strength of acids)
acidímetro {m} [chemistry] :: acidimeter (instrument for ascertaining the strength of acids)
acid jazz {m} [music genre] :: acid jazz (music combining jazz with elements of soul music, funk and disco)
ácido {m} [chemistry] /ˈðu/ :: acid (any of various substances which react with bases to form salts)
ácido {m} [colloquial] :: acid (any corrosive liquid)
ácido {m} [slang] :: clipping of ácido lisérgico; acid
ácido {adj} :: acid (very sour)
ácido {adj} [chemistry] :: acidic (relating to or being an acid)
ácido {adj} [figurative] :: unpleasant and/or sarcastic
ácido abiético {m} [organic compound] :: abietic acid (a yellowish resin acid isolated from rosin and used in varnishes)
ácido abscísico {m} [biochemistry] :: abscisic acid (plant hormone that inhibits seed germination)
ácido acético {m} [organic compound] :: acetic acid (clear colourless organic acid, CH3COOH)
ácido acetilsalicílico {m} [organic compound] :: acetylsalicylic acid (acetate ester of salicylic acid)
ácido acetoacético {m} [organic compound] :: acetoacetic acid (an acid present in the urine of people suffering from starvation or some forms of diabetes)
ácido acetoidroxâmico {m} [organic compound] :: acetohydroxamic acid (acetyl derivative of hydroxamic acid)
ácido aconítico {m} [organic chemistry] :: aconitic acid (organic acid involved in the isomerisation of citrate to isocitrate)
ácido acrílico {m} [organic compound] :: acrylic acid (an unsaturated organic acid)
ácido adenílico {m} [organic chemistry] :: adenylic acid (a nucleotide found in RNA)
ácido adípico {m} [organic compound] :: adipic acid (crystalline dicarboxylic acid)
ácido alantoico {m} [organic compound] :: allantoic acid (an amidocarboxylic acid derived from allantoin)
ácido alantóico {m} :: obsolete spelling of ácido alantoico
ácido aldônico {m} [Brazilian orthography, organic chemistry] :: aldonic acid (any of a class of polyhydroxy carboxylic acids)
ácido algínico {m} [organic compound] :: alginic acid (food additive extracted from some algae)
ácido aminobenzoico {m} [organic compound] :: aminobenzoic acid (any benzoic acid with an amino group)
ácido aminobenzóico {m} :: obsolete spelling of ácido aminobenzoico
ácido aminocaproico {m} [organic compound, pharmaceutical drug] :: aminocaproic acid (any amino derivative of caproic acid)
ácido aminocapróico {m} :: obsolete spelling of ácido aminocaproico
ácido aminolevulínico {m} [organic compound] :: aminolevulinic acid (amino derivative of levulinic acid)
ácido aminossalicílico {m} [organic compound] :: aminosalicylic acid (amino derivative of salicylic acid)
ácido anacárdico {m} [organic compound] :: anacardic acid (liquid obtained from the shell of the cashew nut)
ácido angélico {m} [organic compound] :: angelic acid (unsaturated organic acid found in angelica)
ácido antranílico {m} [amino acid] :: anthranilic acid (the aromatic amino acid 2-aminobenzoic acid)
ácido araquídico {m} [fatty acid] :: arachidic acid (a long-chain fatty acid found in groundnut oil)
ácido araquidónico {m} [European orthography, fatty acid] :: arachidonic acid (long chain fatty acid precursor to prostaglandins)
ácido araquidônico {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of ácido araquidónico
ácido argininosuccínico {m} [amino acid] :: argininosuccinic acid (a basic amino acid)
ácido aristolóquico {m} [organic compound] :: aristolochic acid (carboxylic acid extracted from birthworts)
ácido arsanílico {m} [organic compound] :: arsanilic acid (an organoarsenic compound used as a veterinary feed additive)
ácido arsénico {m} [European orthography, inorganic compound] :: arsenic acid (h3AsO4)
ácido arsênico {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of ácido arsénico
ácido arsônico {m} [Brazilian orthography, inorganic compound] :: arsonic acid (an acid derived from arsine)
ácido artemisínico {m} [organic compound] :: artemisinic acid (a compound that is a precursor of artemisinin)
ácido ascórbico {m} [chemistry] :: ascorbic acid (the white crystalline organic compound, C6H8O6)
ácido aspártico {m} [amino acid] :: aspartic acid (a nonessential amino acid)
ácido bórico {m} [chemistry] :: boric acid (white crystalline solid soluble as a weak acid)
ácido caprílico {m} [fatty acid] :: caprylic acid
ácido carbâmico {m} [organic compound] :: carbamic acid (NH2COOH)
ácido carbónico {m} [European orthography] :: carbonic acid (a weak unstable acid, H2CO3)
ácido carbônico {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of ácido carbónico
ácido carboxílico {m} :: carboxylic acid
ácido chiquímico {m} [organic compound] :: shikimic acid (organic compound extracted from star anise)
ácido cítrico {m} [organic compound] :: citric acid (2-hydroxy-1,2,3-propanetricarboxylic acid, C6H8O7)
ácido clorídrico {m} [inorganic compound] :: hydrochloric acid (strong acid made by dissolving the gas, hydrogen chloride)
ácido crisofânico {m} [organic compound] :: chrysophanic acid (a dioxymethylanthraquinone found in rhubarb)
ácido crotónico {m} [European orthography, organic compound] :: crotonic acid
ácido crotônico {m} [Brazilian orthography, organic chemistry] :: crotonic acid (an unsaturated organic acid)
ácido desoxirribonucleico {m} [genetics, biochemistry] :: deoxyribonucleic acid, DNA
ácido desoxirribonucléico {m} :: superseded spelling of ácido desoxirribonucleico
acidofilia {f} [biology] :: acidophilia (affinity for acidic conditions)
acidófilo {adj} :: acidophilic (thriving under acidic conditions)
acidófilo {m} :: acidophile (organism that thrives under acidic conditions)
ácido fólico {m} [vitamin, organic compound] :: folic acid (vitamin B9, a polycyclic heterocyclic carboxylic acid)
ácido fórmico {m} [organic compound] :: formic acid (methanoic acid)
ácido fosfórico {m} [inorganic compound] :: phosphoric acid (a colourless liquid; H3PO4)
ácido ftálico {m} [organic chemistry] :: phthalic acid
ácido gástrico {m} [biochemistry] :: gastric acid (acidic secretion of the stomach)
acidogenicidade {f} :: acidogenicity (the condition or extent of being acidogenic)
acidogénico {adj} [European orthography] :: acidogenic (that generates acid or acidity)
acidogênico {adj} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative spelling of acidogénico
ácido glutâmico {m} [amino acid] :: glutamic acid (an nonessential amino acid)
ácido graxo {m} [biochemistry] :: fatty acid (type of acid found in oils and fats)
ácido lático {m} [organic compound] :: lactic acid (a compound found in milk)
acidólise {f} [chemistry] :: acidolysis (decomposition of a molecule under the influence of an acid)
ácido lisérgico {m} [organic compound] :: lysergic acid (the organic compound, 6-methyl-9,10-didehydro-ergoline-8-carboxylic acid)
ácido nítrico {m} [inorganic compound] :: nitric acid (HNO3)
ácido nucleico {m} [biochemistry, genetics] :: nucleic acid (acidic chainlike biological macromolecule)
ácido oleico {m} [fatty acid] :: oleic acid (fatty acid found in olive oil)
ácido oxálico {m} [organic compound] :: oxalic acid (a dicarboxylic acid)
ácido pirolenhoso {m} [chemistry] :: pyroligneous acid (dark liquid)
ácido ribonucleico {m} [biochemistry] :: ribonucleic acid (a macromolecule found in cells)
ácido salicílico {m} [organic compound] :: salicylic acid (white crystalline organic acid)
acidose {f} [pathology] :: acidosis (abnormally increased acidity of the blood)
ácido shikímico {m} :: alternative spelling of ácido chiquímico
ácido shiquímico {m} :: alternative spelling of ácido chiquímico
acidósico {adj} :: alternative form of acidótico
ácido sulfúrico {m} [inorganic compound] :: sulphuric acid (H2SO4)
ácido tartárico {m} :: tartaric acid (white crystalline acid)
acidótico {adj} [pathology] :: acidotic (having depressed alkalinity of blood or tissue)
ácido úrico {m} [chemistry] :: uric acid (a bicyclic heterocyclic phenolic compound)
acidulação {f} :: acidulation (the act of acidulating)
acidulamente {adv} :: acidulously (in an acidulous manner)
acidulante {m} :: acidulant (food additive used to increase acidity)
acidulante {adj} :: which increases the acidity of something
acidular {vt} :: to acidulate (to make something slightly acid)
acidular {vt} :: to acidulate (to use an acidic catalyst)
acídulo {adj} :: acidulous (slightly sour)
acidúria {f} :: aciduria (presence of acid in the urine)
acidúrico {adj} [of bacteria] :: aciduric (growing in acidic medium, but preferring an alkaline medium)
acila {f} [organic chemistry] :: acyl (any of a class of organic radicals)
acilação {f} [organic chemistry] :: acylation (the process of adding an acyl to a compound)
acilamida {f} [organic chemistry] :: acylamide (any acyl amide)
acilglicerol {m} [organic chemistry] :: acylglycerol (any ester of glycerol)
aciltransferase {f} [enzyme] :: acyltransferase (any of several enzymes that catalyse the transfer of acyl groups between lipids)
acima {adv} /ɐ.ˈsi.mɐ/ :: up, upwards
acima da lei {adj} [idiomatic] :: above the law
acima da média {adj} /aˈsĩmɐ da ˈmɛdʒɐ/ :: above average
acima de {prep} :: above (in a higher place)
acima de {prep} :: over (more than a given amount)
acima de tudo {adv} [idiomatic] :: above all
acima mencionado {adj} :: abovementioned
acinace {m} [historical] :: acinaces (ancient shortsword or sabre)
acinar {adj} [anatomy] :: acinar (pertaining to or located in an acinus)
acinesia {f} [medicine] :: akinesia (loss of the ability to control muscles)
acinético {adj} :: akinesic (pertaining to or suffering from akinesia)
acinte {m} [uncountable] :: effrontery (insolent and shameless audacity)
acinzentar {v} /ɐˌsĩzẽˈtaɾ/ :: grey (to become or turn grey)
acionador {m} :: activator
acional {adj} :: actional (pertaining to action)
acionar {vt} :: to action
acionar {vt} :: to activate
acionar {vt} :: to apply [brakes]
acionista {mf} [finance] :: stockholder (one who owns stock)
acionista {mf} :: shareholder (one who owns shares of stock)
acipitrídeo {m} [zoology] :: accipitrid (any member of the Accipitridae)
acirologia {f} [rhetoric] :: acyrologia (improper use of a word)
acirrado {adj} :: irritated
acirrado {adj} :: lively
acirrado {adj} :: intense, fierce
acirrar {vt} :: to irritate
acirrar {vt} :: to incite
acirrar {vt} :: to intensify
acismo {m} [rhetoric] :: accismus (feigning disinterest in something while actually desiring it)
aclamação {f} :: acclamation (eager expression of approval)
aclamador {m} :: acclaimer (one who acclaims)
aclamador {adj} :: serving to acclaim
aclamar {v} :: to proclaim
aclamar {v} :: to acclaim, applaud
aclamatório {adj} :: acclamatory (expressing approval by acclamation)
aclamídeo {adj} [botany] :: achlamydeous (having no floral envelope)
aclarar {v} /ɐklɐˈɾaɾ/ :: to clarify (to make sure something is understood correctly)
aclarar {v} :: to become or make clear, less dark
aclarar {vt} :: to clear (one’s throat)
aclarar {vt} :: to make (one’s voice) clearer
aclasia {f} [pathology] :: aclasia (lack of a physical distinction between normal and pathological tissue)
aclimação {f} :: acclimatization (adaptation to a new environment)
aclimado {adj} :: acclimated (accustomed, adapted or hardened to some environment)
aclimatação {f} /ˌaklɨˌmatɐˈsɐ̃w/ :: acclimatization (the act of acclimatizing)
aclimatar {vt} /aklɨmɐˈtaɾ/ :: to acclimatize (get used to a new climate)
aclimatável {adj} :: acclimatizable (capable of being acclimatized)
aclive {adj} :: acclivous (sloping upward)
aclive {m} :: an upward slope
aclividade {f} :: an upward slope
acloridria {f} [medicine] :: achlorhydria (absence of hydrochloric acid in the stomach)
aclorídrico {adj} [pathology] :: achlorhydric (pertaining to or suffering from achlorhydria)
aclorófilo {adj} [botany] :: achlorophyllous (not having chlorophyll)
acmeísmo {m} :: Acmeism (a literary movement in early twentieth-century Russia)
acmeísta {adj} :: Acmeist (pertaining to Acmeism)
acmeísta {mf} :: Acmeist (a poet member of the Acmeist school)
acne {f} [pathology] :: acne (a skin condition)
acne {f} :: acne (a pattern of blemishes resulting from the skin condition)
acneiforme {adj} [pathology] :: acneform (resembling acne)
-aço {suffix} :: Forming augmentatives; words expressing greatness or size
aço {m} /ˈ :: steel (alloy of iron and carbon)
acobardar {v} :: to frighten
acobertar {v} :: to cover (conceal or protect)
a cobrar {adj} [of a telephone call or delivery] :: collect (paid for by the recipient)
acobreado {adj} :: coppery, copper-coloured
aço carbono {m} :: carbon steel (alloy of iron and carbon, the most common kind of steel)
açodamento {m} :: haste
açodando {v} :: gerund of açodar
açodar {v} :: to rush
ações falam mais alto que palavras {proverb} :: actions speak louder than words (it’s more effective to act than to speak)
acoimar {v} :: to fine
acoimar {v} :: to censure, punish
aço inoxidável {m} :: stainless steel (corrosion-free alloy)
açoitamento {m} :: flogging (the act of beating someone or something with a whip)
açoitar {v} :: to flog, whip, lash
açoite {m} /ɐ.ˈsoj.tɨ/ :: whip, crop, scourge, lash
acolá {adv} :: over there
acolá {adv} :: yonder; beyond
acolchoamento {m} :: padding (soft filling material used in cushions etc.)
acolhedor {adj} /ɐ.ku.ʎɨ.ˈðoɾ/ :: welcoming (hospitable, accessible and cordial)
acolhedor {adj} :: cosy; snug (affording comfort and warmth)
acolhendo {v} :: gerund of acolher
acolher {v} /ɐkuˈʎeɾ/ :: to lodge or shelter
acolher {v} :: to welcome (to accept something willingly or gladly)
acolhida {f} :: welcome, welcoming
acolhimento {m} /ɐkuʎiˈmẽtu/ :: welcome
acolhimento {m} :: reception
acolia {f} [medicine] :: acholia (bile deficiency)
acolitado {m} :: alternative form of acolitato
acolitato {m} :: acolyteship (condition of being an acolyte)
acólito {m} [ecclesiastical] :: acolyte (person ordained to carry the wine, water and lights at Mass)
acólito {m} :: acolyte; assistant
acometendo {v} :: gerund of acometer
acometer {v} :: to attack, assail
acometimento {m} [medicine, of a disease] :: a sudden onset
acometimento {m} :: commission (the act of committing, doing something)
acometimento {m} :: charge; assault; onset
acomodabilidade {f} :: accommodableness (the quality or condition of being accommodable)
acomodação {f} :: accommodation (state of being fitted and adapted)
acomodacionismo {m} :: accommodationism (policy of being accommodating)
acomodacionista {mf} :: accommodationist (someone who accommodates opposition and compromises their own stance)
acomodador {adj} :: accommodating (affording accommodation)
acomodador {m} :: accommodator (one who accommodates)
acomodamento {m} :: accommodation, conciliation
acomodante {adj} :: accommodating (affording accommodation)
acomodar {v} /ˈda(ʁ)/ :: to accommodate
acomodar {v} :: to settle, resolve [a dispute]
acomodatório {adj} :: accommodatory (relating to or affording accommodation)
acomodável {adj} :: accommodatable (capable of being accommodated)
acompanhado {adj} /ɐkõpɐˈɲaðu/ :: accompanied
acompanhador {m} [music] :: accompanist (performer who takes the accompanying part)
acompanhador {adj} :: who accompanies
acompanhamento {m} :: accompaniment (all senses)
acompanhando {v} :: gerund of acompanhar
acompanhante {adj} :: accompanying
acompanhante {mf} :: companion
acompanhante {mf} :: date
acompanhante de luxo {mf} :: rent boy
acompanhar {v} /ɐ.kõ.pɐ.ˈɲaɾ/ :: to accompany
acompridar {vt} :: to lengthen (to make longer)
Aconcágua {prop} {m} :: Aconcágua (mountain)
aconchegante {adj} :: cozy (affording comfort and warmth)
aconchegar {vt} :: to tuck
aconchegar {v} :: to make cozy, comfortable
aconchegar {vp} :: to snuggle
aconchego {m} /ɐ.kõ.ˈʃe.ɣu/ :: cosiness (state or quality of being cosy)
acondicionar {vt} :: to put something into a package or container; to pack
acondicionar {vt} :: to store; to warehouse (keep something in a safe place it is not being used)
acondicionar {vtp} [usually] :: to condition (make someone accustomed to something)
acondrítico {adj} [geology] :: achondritic (pertaining to achondrites)
acondrito {m} :: achondrite (stony meteorite that contains no chondrules)
acondrogénese {f} [European orthography] :: achondrogenesis (congenital defect characterised by a very short body, short limbs and skeletal abnormalities)
acondrogênese {f} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative spelling of acondrogénese
acondroplasia {f} [teratology] :: achondroplasia (a genetic disorder)
acondroplástico {adj} :: achondroplastic (relating to or suffering from achondroplasia)
aconitase {f} [biochemistry] :: aconitase (aconitate hydratase)
aconitato {m} [chemistry] :: aconitate (any salt or ester of aconitic acid)
aconitina {f} [organic compound] :: aconitine (a poisonous alkaloid)
acónito {m} [European orthography] :: aconite; wolfsbane (a poisonous herb)
acônito {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of acónito
aconselhabilidade {f} [rare] :: advisability (the quality of being advisable)
aconselhador {adj} :: adviceful (providing advice)
aconselhamento {m} :: counselling, advising
aconselhando {v} :: gerund of aconselhar
aconselhante {adj} :: adviceful (providing advice)
aconselhar {v} /ɐkõsɨˈʎaɾ/ :: to advise, counsel
aconselhável {adj} :: advisable
aconselhavelmente {adv} [rare] :: advisably (in an advisable manner)
acontece {interj} :: nevermind; it happens
acontece que {v} [idiomatic] :: (as) it turns out
acontecer {vt} [impersonal] /ɐ.kõ.tɨ.ˈseɾ/ :: to happen; to occur; to take place
acontecer {v} [colloquial] :: to become famous or successful
acontecer nas melhores famílias {v} [impersonal] /a.ˌkõ.te.ˈse(ɾ) naz me.ˈʎɔ.ɾis fa.ˈmi.ljas/ :: used to comfort a person who is excessively disappointed with his mistake
acontecer nas melhores famílias {v} [impersonal] :: describes something people from all walks of life may have to go through
acontecimento {m} /ɐkõtɨsiˈmẽtu/ :: event
acontecimento {m} :: happening, occurrence
acontextual {adj} :: acontextual (without context)
a contragosto {adv} [idiomatic] :: against the grain; unwillingly; reluctantly
acoplado {adj} :: linked, connected
acoplar {v} /akoˈplaɾ/ :: couple (to join two things together)
açor {m} /ɐ.ˈsoɾ/ :: goshawk (bird of prey in the genus Accipiter)
açorda {f} [culinary] /ɐ.ˈsoɾ.ðɐ/ :: a typical Portuguese dish composed of thinly sliced bread with garlic, finely chopped coriander, olive oil, vinegar, water, salt and poached eggs
acordado {adj} /ɐ.kuɾ.ˈða.ðu/ :: awake; conscious
acordamento {m} :: awakening (the act of awaking)
acordar {vi} /ɐ.kuɾ.ˈdaɾ/ :: to awake; to wake up (to stop sleeping)
acordar {vt} :: to wake; to wake up; to awaken (to cause someone to stop sleeping)
acordar {v} :: [para] to wake up (to) (to become aware of a serious issue)
acordar {vi} :: to wake up (to stop being sleepy)
acordar {vt} :: to wake up (to cause to stop being sleepy)
acordar {vt} :: to instigate; to stir up (to incite feelings)
acordar {vt} :: to accord (to bring into accord)
acordar com o pé esquerdo {v} [idiom] :: to get up on the wrong side of the bed (to be in a bad mood; to have a bad day from the start, for no particular reason)
acordar para a vida {v} [idiomatic] :: wake up and smell the coffee (stop deluding oneself)
acorde {m} [music] /aˈkɔʁ.d͡ʒi/ :: chord (three or more simultaneous notes)
acorde {m} [figurative] :: harmony; accord (a pleasing combination of actions, elements or sentiments)
acordeão {m} [music instrument] :: accordion (a keyed, bellows-driven wind instrument)
acordeonista {mf} :: accordionist
acordo {m} /ɐ.ˈkoɾ.ðu/ :: agreement; deal (an understanding to follow a course of conduct)
acordo {m} :: agreementaccord (agreement or concurrence of opinion)
acordo {m} [international law] :: treaty (a binding agreement under international law)
acôrdo {m} :: obsolete spelling of acordo
acordo pré-nupcial {m} :: prenuptial agreement (document including provisions for division of property in the event of divorce)
Açores {prop} {mp} :: Açores (archipelago/and/autonomous region)
açoriana {f} :: feminine noun of açoriano
açoriano {m} :: Azorean (someone from the Azores)
açoriano {adj} :: Azorean (of or from the Azores)
ácoro {m} :: sweet flag; calamus (Acorus calamus, a perennial wetland plant with an aromatic medicinal root)
acorrentado {adj} /a.ko.ʁẽ.ˈta.du/ :: chained (bound in chains)
acorrentado {adj} [figurative] :: bound to someone of something
acorrentar {v} :: to chain
acortinar {v} :: curtain (to cover with a curtain)
A Corunha {prop} {f} /ɐ kuˈɾuɲɐ/ :: A Corunha (province)
A Corunha {prop} {f} :: A Corunha (city)
acosmismo {m} [philosophy] :: acosmism (denial of the existence of the universe as distinct from God)
acosmista {mf} [philosophy] :: acosmist (one who denies the existence of a universe as distinct from God)
acostamento {m} [Brazil] :: shoulder (part of a road where drivers may stop in an emergency)
acostar {vi} [nautical] /ɐkuʃˈtaɾ/ :: to dock; to board
acostumadamente {adv} :: accustomedly (in an accustomed manner)
acostumado {adj} /ɐ.kuʃ.tu.ˈma.ðu/ :: accustomed
acostumar {v} [a] /ɐ.kuʃ.tu.ˈmaɾ/ :: to accustom
acostumar {v} [a, .pronominal] :: to get used to
acotiledónea {f} [European orthography, botany] :: acotyledon (plant that has no cotyledons)
acotiledônea {f} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative spelling of acotiledónea
acotiledóneo {adj} [European orthography, botany] :: acotyledonous (having no seed lobes)
acotiledôneo {adj} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative spelling of acotiledóneo
acotovelar {v} :: alternative form of cotovelar
açougue {m} /ɐ.ˈso(w).ɣɨ/ :: butchershop
açougue {m} :: slaughterhouse
açougue {m} :: massacre
açougue {m} [Brazil] :: whorehouse
açougueira {f} :: feminine noun of açougueiro
açougueiro {m} :: butcher (a person who prepares and sells meat)
açoutar {v} :: alternative form of açoitar
açoute {m} :: alternative form of açoite
acovardar {vt} /a.ˌko.vaʁ.ˈda(ʁ)/ :: to make someone lose their courage; to frighten
acovardar {vp} :: to lose one’s courage; to chicken out
acqua alta {f} /ˈakwɐ ˈaltɐ/ :: acqua alta (regular flooding in Venice)
Acra {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Accra
acral {adj} :: acral (pertaining to peripheral body parts)
acrania {f} [physiology] :: acrania (absence of the skull)
acrasia {f} :: acrasia (lack of self-control)
acrático {adj} :: akratic (relating to akrasia)
acre {adj} /ˈa.kɾɨ/ :: sharp (having an intense, acrid flavour)
acre {m} :: acre (unit of surface area)
Acre {prop} {f} :: Acre (city)
Acre {prop} {m} :: Acre (state)
acreção {f} :: accretion (act of increasing or growing)
acrecional {adj} :: accretionary (relating to accretion)
acrecionário {adj} :: accretionary (relating to accretion)
acreditar {v} [em] /ɐ.kɾɨ.ði.ˈtaɾ/ :: to believe in (accept that someone is telling the truth)
acreditar {v} [em, que] :: to believe in/that (accept that something is true)
acreditar {v} [que] :: to believe that; to think that (to consider likely)
acreditar {vt} :: to accredit (bring into credit)
acrescendo {v} :: gerund of acrescer
acrescentar {vt} /ɐ.kɾɨʃ.sẽ.ˈtaɾ/ :: to increase
acrescentar {v} [a] :: to add to
acrescentar {vt} :: to add [to a conversation]
acrescer {v} /ɐkɾɨʃˈseɾ/ :: to increase
acrescer {v} :: to add
acrescer {v} :: to accrue
acrescerão {f} :: increase
acrescerão {f} :: addition
acrescerão {f} :: accrual
acréscimo {m} /a.ˈkɾɛ :: increase
acrescível {adj} :: accruable (able to be accrued)
acretivo {adj} :: accretive; accretionary (relating to accretion)
acriano {adj} :: Of or pertaining to Acre (state)
acriano {m} :: Someone from Acre
acridídeo {m} [entomology] :: acridid (any member of the Acrididae)
acridina {f} [organic compound] :: acridine (tricyclic aromatic heterocycle obtained from coal tar)
ácrido {adj} :: acrid (causing irritation in tissue)
acrilamida {f} [organic compound] :: acrylamide (amide of acrylic acid)
acrilato {m} [organic compound] :: acrylate (salt or ester of acrylic acid)
acrílico {adj} :: acrylic
acrilonitrila {f} [organic compound] :: acrylonitrile (toxic colourless liquid)
acrilonitrilo {m} :: alternative form of acrilonitrila
acrimónia {f} [European orthography] :: acrimony (bitter hatred)
acrimônia {f} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of acrimónia
acrimoniosamente {adv} :: acrimoniously (in an acrimonious manner)
acrimonioso {adj} :: acrimonious (sharp and harsh)
acritarca {m} [paleontology, palynology] :: acritarch (small, unclassifiable organic fossil)
acriticamente {adv} :: acritically (in an acritical manner)
acrítico {adj} :: acritical (not critical)
acrivastina {f} :: acrivastine (a drug used to treat allergies)
acroasfixia {f} [pathology] :: acroasphyxia (impaired circulation to the fingers)
acrobacia {f} :: acrobatics (art of performing acrobatic feats)
acrobata {mf} :: acrobat (an athlete who performs acts requiring skill, agility and coordination)
acróbata {mf} [uncommon] :: alternative form of acrobata
acrobaticamente {adv} :: acrobatically (in an acrobatic manner)
acrobático {adj} :: acrobatic (of or pertaining to acrobats or acrobacy)
acrocefalia {f} :: acrocephaly (condition of suffering from a pointed skull)
acrocefalosindactilia {f} [pathology] :: acrocephalosyndactylia (craniosynostosis with syndactyly)
acrocêntrico {adj} [genetics, of a chromosome] :: acrocentric (having the centromere near an end)
acroceratose {f} [pathology] :: acrokeratosis (keratosis of the fingers and toes)
acroceratose verruciforme {f} :: acrokeratosis verruciformis (disorder characterized by small, verrucous skin lesions)
acroceráunio {adj} :: Acroceraunian (relating to the high mountain range of thunder-smitten peaks)
acrocianose {f} [pathology] :: acrocyanosis
acrodermatite {f} [pathology] :: acrodermatitis (dermatitis that affects the hands and feet)
acrodermatite enteropática {f} [pathology] :: acrodermatitis enteropathica (metabolic disorder affecting the uptake of zinc)
acrodermatose {f} [pathology] :: acrodermatosis (dermatosis that affects the hands or feet)
acrodextrina {f} [biochemistry, cytology] :: achrodextrin (a form of dextrin that is not colourable by iodine)
acrodinia {f} [pathology] :: acrodynia (a disease of the skin)
acrodínico {adj} :: acrodynic (pertaining to or suffering from acrodynia)
acrodonte {adj} :: acrodont (having teeth united to the top of the alveolar ridge)
acrofase {f} [physiology] :: acrophase (time period during which a cycle peaks)
acrofobia {f} :: acrophobia
acrofóbico {adj} :: acrophobic (pertaining to or suffering from acrophobia)
acrófobo {adj} :: acrophobic (pertaining to or suffering from acrophobia)
acrofonia {f} :: acrophony (naming of letters so their names begin with the letter itself)
acrofónico {adj} [European orthography] :: acrophonical (relating to or having the property of acrophony)
acrofônico {adj} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative spelling of acrofónico
acrógeno {adj} [botany] :: acrogenous (increasing by growth from the extremity)
acrogeria {f} [pathology] :: acrogeria (appearance of senility in the hands or feet)
acrograma {m} /ˌakɾoˈɡɾɐ̃mɐ/ :: acronym (word formed by initial letters)
acrolectal {adj} [linguistics] :: acrolectal (pertaining to an acrolect)
acrolecto {m} [linguistics] :: acrolect (variety of speech that is considered the standard form)
acroleína {f} [organic compound] :: acrolein (a pungent, acrid, poisonous liquid aldehyde)
acroletal {adj} :: alternative form of acrolectal
acroleto {m} :: alternative form of acrolecto
acromático {adj} [optics] :: achromatic (free from colour)
acromático {adj} [optics] :: achromatic (containing components to prevent colour-related distortion)
acromático {adj} [music] :: achromatic (having only the diatonic notes of the scale)
acromatismo {m} :: achromatism (state or quality of being achromatic)
acromatizar {vt} [optics] :: to achromatize (to remove chromatic aberration)
acromatopsia {f} :: achromatopsia (defective ability to see colours)
acromatópsico {adj} :: achromatopsic (unable to see colours)
acromegalia {f} [disease] :: acromegaly (chronic disease marked by enlargement of the bones)
acromegálico {adj} [pathology] :: acromegalic (pertaining to acromegaly)
acromia {f} [medicine] :: achromia (absence of pigmentation)
acromial {adj} :: acromial (pertaining to the acromion)
acromicria {f} [pathology] :: acromicria (hypoplasia of the limbs)
acrómio {m} [European orthography, anatomy] :: acromion (outermost point of the shoulder blade)
acrômio {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative spelling of acrómio
acromioclavicular {adj} [anatomy] :: acromioclavicular (pertaining to the acromion and the clavicle)
acromioplastia {f} :: acromioplasty (surgical removal of the acromion bone)
acromotriquia {f} :: achromotrichia (absence of pigmentation in the hair)
acrónimo {m} [Portugal] :: acronym (word formed by initial letters)
acrônimo {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of acrónimo
acronologicamente {adv} :: achronologically (without chronological order)
acronológico {adj} [chiefly literature, film] :: achronological (not chronological)
acropaquia {f} :: acropachy (subperiosteal formation of new bone)
acroparestesia {f} [medicine] :: acroparesthesia (severe pain in the extremities)
acropetal {adj} [botany] :: acropetal (that develops from the base towards the apex in sequence)
acropetalmente {adv} :: acropetally (in an acropetal manner)
acrópole {f} :: acropolis (promontory of Ancient Greek cities)
Acrópole {prop} {f} :: Acrópole (citadel)
acropustulose {f} :: acropustulosis (acrodermatitis with pustular involvement)
acroscópico {adj} :: acroscopic (toward or facing the apex)
acrosina {f} [enzyme] :: acrosin (proteolytic enzyme found in acrosomes)
acrossomal {adj} :: acrosomal (pertaining to acrosomes)
acrossomo {m} :: acrosome (end of the head of a spermatozoon)
acrosticamente {adv} :: acrostically (in the manner of an acrostic)
acróstico {m} :: acrostic (poem or text with certain letters spelling out a name or message)
acróstico {adj} :: acrostical (like an acrostic)
acrotério {m} [architecture] :: acroterium (small pedestal for a statue or ornament)
acrotomofilia {f} [psychology] :: acrotomophilia (sexual attraction toward amputees)
acta {f} /ˈa.tɐ/ :: minute (record of meeting)
actante {m} [grammar] :: actant (any of the participants in a grammatical clause)
actema {m} [psychology, semiotics] :: acteme (a unit of behavior)
actigrafia {f} :: actigraphy (the use of the actigraph to record the movements of a sleeping subject)
actígrafo {m} [medicine] :: actigraph (accelerometer that records sleep activities)
actina {f} :: actin (a globular structural protein)
actínia {f} :: actinia; sea anemone
actinicamente {adv} :: actinically (in an actinic manner)
actínico {adj} :: actinic (relating to actinism)
actinídeo {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: actinide
actinidina {f} :: actinidin (an enzyme present in kiwi fruit)
actinídio {m} :: alternative form of actinídeo
actinina {f} [protein] :: actinin (protein responsible for the attachment of actin fibres in muscle cells)
actínio {m} /ɐkˈtinju/ :: actinium (chemical element)
actinismo {m} [chemistry, physics] :: actinism (the property of electromagnetic radiation that leads to the production of photochemical effects)
actino- {prefix} [biology] :: actino- (having a radial form)
actinobacilose {f} [medicine] :: actinobacillosis (zoonotic disease caused by the Actinobacillus bacteria)
actinobactéria {f} :: actinobacterium (any member of the Actinobacteria)
actinógrafo {m} :: actinograph (recording actinometer)
actinolita {f} [mineral] :: actinolite (mineral with monoclinic crystals belonging to the amphibole group)
actinolite {f} :: alternative form of actinolita
actinolítico {adj} [mineralogy] :: actinolitic (of the nature of, or containing, actinolite)
actinolito {m} :: alternative form of actinolita
actinologia {f} :: actinology (study of the effect of light on chemicals)
actinometria {f} :: actinometry (measurement of the heating power of electromagnetic radiation)
actinométrico {adj} :: actinometric (pertaining to actinometry)
actinómetro {m} [European orthography, physics] :: actinometer (device used to measure the heating power of electromagnetic radiation)
actinômetro {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of actinómetro
actinomiceta {m} :: actinomycete (bacterium of the order Actinomycetales)
actinomicina {f} [protein, pharmaceutical drug] :: actinomycin (antibiotic found in bacteria of genus Streptomyces)
actinomicose {f} [pathology] :: actinomycosis (infectious bacterial disease of cattle and swine)
actinomicótico {adj} :: actinomycotic (pertaining to actinomycosis)
actinomorfo {adj} [botany, of a flower] :: actinomorphic (whose petals are radially symmetric)
actinopterígio {m} [zoology] :: actinopterygian (any of the ray-finned fish of the class Actinopterygii)
actinorriza {f} [biology] :: actinorhiza (nodule formed from a symbiotic relationship between an actinomycete and fine plant roots)
actinostélico {adj} :: actinostelic (relating to or possessing an actinostele)
actinostelo {m} [botany] :: actinostele (protostele in which the core of vascular tissue in the stem extends outward)
actinoterapia {f} [medicine] :: actinotherapy (treatment of disease by ultraviolet light)
Actium {prop} {m} :: Actium (promontory)
activação {f} :: alternative form of ativação
activador {m} :: obsolete spelling of ativador
activador {adj} :: obsolete spelling of ativador
activamente {adv} :: superseded spelling of ativamente
activando {v} :: gerund of activar
activar {v} :: superseded spelling of ativar
actividade {f} :: superseded spelling of atividade
activina {f} :: activin (a peptide that participates in diverse bodily functions)
activismo {m} :: activism
activista {mf} :: obsolete spelling of ativista
activista {adj} :: obsolete spelling of ativista
activo {m} :: superseded spelling of ativo
activo {adj} :: superseded spelling of ativo
activo {v} :: superseded spelling of ativo
activo fixo {m} [business, accounting] :: fixed asset
acto {m} :: obsolete spelling of ato
actograma {m} :: actogram (representation of the activity of an animal isolated from environmental cues as to the time of day)
actomiosina {f} [protein] :: actomyosin (a protein complex found in muscle fibres)
actor {m} :: superseded spelling of ator
actriz {f} :: superseded spelling of atriz
actuação {f} /ɐtwɐˈsɐ̃w̃/ :: alternative form of atuação
actual {adj} :: superseded spelling of atual
actualidade {f} :: obsolete spelling of atualidade
actualização {f} :: update
actualizado {adj} :: obsolete spelling of atualizado
actualizar {v} :: to update
actualizar {v} :: to modernize
actualmente {adv} :: superseded spelling of atualmente
actuar {v} :: alternative form of atuar
Acube {prop} {m} [biblical] :: Akkub (any of several minor characters in the Hebrew Bible)
açucar {m} :: obsolete spelling of açúcar
açúcar {m} /ɐ.ˈsu.kɐɾ/ :: sugar
açucarando {v} :: gerund of açucarar
açucarar {v} :: to sweeten
açúcar de confeiteiro {m} :: powdered sugar (very finely ground sugar)
açucareiro {m} :: sugar bowl (small receptacle for serving sugar on a table)
açúcar mascavado {m} :: alternative form of açúcar mascavo
açúcar mascavo {m} :: muscovado; jaggery (unrefined sugar)
açucena {m} /ɐ.su.ˈse.nɐ/ :: lily
Açucena {prop} :: Açucena (municipality)
açucena branca {f} :: annunciation lily (Lilium candidum, the common white lily)
açucre {m} [dated or dialectal] :: alternative form of açúcar
açude {m} /ɐ.ˈsu.ðɨ/ :: dam (structure built across a body of water)
açude {m} [Brazil] :: a small artificial lake
acudir {vit} /ɐkuˈðiɾ/ :: to respond, retort
acudir {vit} :: to help
acudir {vit} :: to run to; to converge (on)
acuidade {f} :: acuity; sharpness; acuteness
açulando {v} :: gerund of açular
açular {v} /ɐsuˈlaɾ/ :: to incite (dogs to bite)
aculeado {adj} :: aculeate (having prickles or sharp points)
aculeiforme {adj} :: aculeiform (like a prickle)
acúleo {m} :: thorn (sharp protective spine of a plant)
aculeolado {adj} :: aculeolate (having small prickles)
aculturação {f} :: acculturation (process by which a person or people acquire a culture)
acultural {adj} :: acultural (without, or irrespective of, culture)
aculturalmente {adv} :: aculturally (in an acultural way)
aculturante {adj} :: acculturative (that produces acculturation)
aculturativo {adj} :: acculturative (that produces acculturation)
acumbente {adj} [botany] :: accumbent (lying against something)
acumetria {f} :: acoumetry (the measuring of the power or extent of hearing)
acuminado {adj} :: accuminate (tapering to a point)
acuminar {v} :: to accuminate (to taper to a point)
acumpliciamento {m} :: abetting (the act of one who abets)
acumulação {f} :: accumulation (act of accumulating, the state of being accumulated)
acumulador {m} :: accumulator (one who or that which accumulates)
acumuladora {f} :: feminine noun of acumulador
acumular {v} /ˌɐkumuˈlaɾ/ :: accumulate (to grow in number)
acumulativamente {adv} :: accumulatively (in an accumulative manner)
acumulatividade {f} :: accumulativeness (the state or quality of being accumulative)
acumulativo {adj} :: accumulative (serving to collect or amass)
acumulativo {adj} :: accumulative; cumulative (characterised by accumulation)
acumulável {adj} :: accumulable (able to be accumulated)
acúmulo {m} /ɐ.ˈ :: accumulation (act of accumulating, the state of being accumulated)
acuponto {m} [alternative medicine] :: acupoint (a specific point on the body where acupuncture is applied)
acupressão {f} :: acupressure (alternative medicine technique in which physical pressure is applied to acupoints)
acupunctura {f} :: alternative spelling of acupuntura
acupuntura {f} :: acupuncture (insertion of needles for remedial purposes)
acupuntural {adj} :: acupunctural (relating to acupuncture)
acupunturar {vt} :: to acupuncture (to treat with acupuncture)
acupunturista {mf} :: acupuncturist (professional engaged in the practice of acupuncture)
acurácia {f} /a.kuˈɾa.sja/ :: accuracy
acurado {adj} :: Conformed to truth; accurate
a curiosidade matou o gato {proverb} :: curiosity killed the cat (one should not be curious about things that can be dangerous)
a curto prazo {adv} :: in the short term (in the near or immediate future)
acusação {f} :: accusation
acusado {adj} /ɐkuˈzaðu/ :: accused
acusado {m} :: accused
acusador {m} /ɐˌkuzɐˈðoɾ/ :: accuser (one who accuses)
acusadoramente {adv} :: accusingly
acusar {v} /ɐkuˈzaɾ/ :: to accuse
acusativamente {adv} :: accusatively (in an accusative manner)
acusatividade {f} [grammar] :: accusativity (the quality of being accusative)
acusativo {adj} :: accusative; accusative case
acusatoriamente {adv} :: accusatively (in an accusative manner)
acusatoriamente {adv} :: accusatorily (in an accusatory way)
acusatório {adj} :: accusatory; accusative (pertaining to or containing an accusation)
acusável {adj} :: accusable (liable to be accused)
acusma {m} [pathology] :: acousma (auditory hallucination)
acusmático {adj} [music] :: acousmatic (referring to pre-recorded music that is presented in concert using loudspeakers)
à custa de {adv} :: at the expense of
acústica {f} /a.ˈkus.t͡ʃi.kɐ/ :: acoustics (quality of a space for doing music)
acústica {f} [physics] :: acoustics (the science of sounds)
acusticamente {adv} [manner] :: acoustically (in an acoustic manner)
acusticista {mf} :: acoustician (one versed in acoustics)
acústico {adj} :: acoustic (pertaining to hearing or the science of sounds)
acústico {adj} [music] :: acoustic (producing or produced without electrical amplification)
acutângulo {adj} [geometry, of a triangle] :: acute-angled (having three acute angles)
acutilante {adj} :: slashing
acutilante {adj} [figuratively] :: sharp, acute
acutilar {v} :: to hit or cut with a blade
acutipuru {m} :: Sciurus aestuans (Brazilian squirrel)
ad- {prefix} :: ad- (near; at)
-ada {suffix} /ˈa.dɐ/ :: forms the feminine singular past participle of verbs whose infinitive ends in -ar
-ada {suffix} :: forms nouns, from nouns denoting objects, meaning “a strike or blow with the object”
-ada {suffix} :: forms nouns, from verbs, denoting the action of the verb
-ada {suffix} :: forms nouns, from nouns, denoting a collection or excessive amount of the suffixed noun
-ada {suffix} :: forms nouns, from the names of containers, meaning “as much as can be held by the container”; -ful
-ada {suffix} :: forms nouns, from the names of food, meaning “a dish whose primary ingredient is that food”
-ada {suffix} :: forms nouns, from the name of fruits, meaning “juice or jam made with that fruit”
Ada {prop} {f} [biblical character] :: Adah (wife of Lamech)
Ada {prop} {f} :: given name
adactilia {f} [pathology] :: adactylism (absence of fingers or toes)
Adad {prop} {m} [Mesopotamian god] /a.ˈdad͡ʒ/ :: Adad (god of storms)
adaga {f} [weapons] /ɐˈdaɡɐ/ :: dagger (a stabbing weapon)
adaga {f} [typography] :: dagger; the character
adagial {adj} :: adagial (pertaining to an adage)
adagieto {m} :: alternative spelling of adagietto
adagietto {m} [music] :: adagietto (passage played more lighthearted than adagio)
adágio {m} [music] :: adagio (tempo mark indicating that music is to be played slowly)
adágio {m} :: adage; saying; proverb; maxim
adamantano {m} [organic compound] :: adamantane (polycyclic hydrocarbon)
adamante {m} :: adamant (a rock or mineral held by some to be of impenetrable hardness; a name given to the diamond and other substances of extreme hardness)
adamantila {f} [organic chemistry] :: adamantyl (univalent radical derived from adamantane)
Adamantina {prop} {f} :: Adamantina (municipality)
adamantinamente {adv} :: adamantinely (in an adamantine way)
adamantino {adj} :: adamant (determined; unshakeable; unyielding)
adamantinoma {m} [medicine] :: adamantinoma (benign tumor of the jaw)
adamantium {m} [fiction] :: adamantium (fictional indestructible metal)
Adamastor {prop} {m} /ɐ.ðɐ.mɐʃ.ˈtoɾ/ :: a giant famed by Camoens in his epic poem Os Lusíadas, who represents the dangers Portuguese sailors faced when trying to round the Cape of Storms
adambulacral {adj} :: adambulacral (next to the ambulacra)
adâmico {adj} :: Adamic (relating to the Biblical character Adam)
adamita {f} [mineral] :: adamite (a zinc arsenate hydroxide mineral)
adamita {mf} [historical] :: Adamite (member of an early Christian sect of northern Africa)
Adamnan {prop} {m} :: Adamnan (Irish saint)
Adamnão {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Adamnan
adamsita {f} :: adamsite (an organic compound used as a riot-control agent)
Adana {prop} {f} :: Adana (city)
adansónia {f} [European orthography] :: adansonia (any member of the tree genus Adansonia)
adansônia {f} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative spelling of adansónia
Adão {prop} {m} /ɐ.ˈðɐ̃w̃/ :: given name
Adão {prop} {m} :: Adam (in Abrahamic religions, the first man and the progenitor of the human race)
adapaleno {m} [pharmaceutical drug] :: adapalene (a medicine used to treat skin conditions)
adaptabilidade {f} /a.ˌdap.ta.ˌˈda.d͡ʒi/ :: adaptability (the quality of being adaptable)
adaptação {f} /ɐðɐ(p)tɐˈsɐ̃w̃/ :: adaptation
adaptação {f} :: customization
adaptacionismo {m} [evolutionary biology] :: adaptationism (the view that many traits of organisms are evolved adaptations)
adaptacionista {mf} :: adaptationist (supporter of adaptationism)
adaptador {m} :: adaptor (device to allow compatibility)
adaptador {m} :: adaptor (device allowing plug to fit in a different type of socket)
adaptar {v} /aˌdapˈtaɾ/ :: adapt (to make suitable)
adaptativamente {adv} :: adaptively (in an adaptive manner)
adaptatividade {f} :: adaptiveness; adaptivity (the state or quality of being adaptive)
adaptativo {adj} :: adaptive (of, pertaining to, characterized by or showing adaptation; making or made fit or suitable)
adaptável {adj} :: adaptable
adaptina {f} [protein] :: adaptin (protein that mediates the formation of vesicles by clathrin-coated pits)
adaptogénico {adj} [European orthography] :: adaptogenic (being or relating to an adaptogen)
adaptogênico {adj} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative spelling of adaptogénico
adaptógeno {m} [medicine] :: adaptogen (herbal substance with a normalising effect upon body functions)
adaptometria {f} [optics] :: adaptometry (measurement of the threshold of brightness)
adaptómetro {m} [European orthography] :: adaptometer (instrument that measures the minimum threshold of brightness that can be detected)
adaptômetro {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative spelling of adaptómetro
adar {m} [Judaism] :: Adar (sixth Jewish month)
adarga {f} /a.ˈdaɻ.ɡa/ :: a type of leather shield
adátomo {m} [materials science] :: adatom (atom that lies on a crystal surface)
adax {m} :: addax (Addax nasomaculatus, a large African antelope)
adaxial {adj} [botany] :: adaxial (on the side that is towards the axis or central line)
adaxialmente {adv} :: adaxially (in an adaxial manner)
add {v} [, Internet slang, uninflected] :: to add in certain internet services
add {v} :: to friend (to add as a friend in a social network)
add {v} :: to add (to add as a contact in an instant messenger service)
addisoniano {adj} :: Addisonian (relating to Addison’s disease)
addissoniano {adj} :: alternative spelling of addisoniano
add-on {m} [software] :: add-on (extension of core application)
adéctico {adj} [of a pupa] :: adecticous (having no mandibles)
adedanha {n} /ã.ŋa/ :: popular name in Brazil for the game Stop!
adedanha {n} :: popular game in which the participants take a sheet of paper and write some columns containing subjects such as "name, location, object, fruit, etc" and then they use their fingers to show a number. All the hands are counted and then the amount of numbers will correspond to the alphabet letters. The resulting letter becomes the first letter to rule the choice of the possible names for the columns
adega {f} /ɐ.ˈðɛ.ɣɐ/ :: cellar (collection of wine)
adega {f} :: bodega
Adelaide {prop} {f} :: given name
Adelaide {prop} {f} :: Adelaide (state capital)
adelantado {m} :: adelantado (governor of a Spanish province)
adeleiro {m} [chiefly, Portugal] :: alternative form of adelo
adelfia {f} [botany] :: adelphy (fusion of stamen filaments)
adélfico {adj} :: adelphic (describing a form of polyandry where a woman is married to brothers)
adelfo {adj} [botany] :: adelphous (having coalescent or clustered filaments)
adelfofagia {f} :: adelphophagy (consumption of one embryo by another)
adelfogamia {f} [rare] :: adelphogamy (marriage between brothers and a sisters)
adelgaçando {v} :: gerund of adelgaçar
adelgaçar {vt} /a.dew.ɡa.ˈsa(ɾ)/ :: to thin (make thin or thinner)
adelgaçar {vi} :: to thin (become thin or thinner)
adelgaçar {vt} :: to make lean or leaner, less fat
adelgaçar {vi} :: to become lean or leaner
adelgaçar {vi} [of fog, a cloud, a shadow, etc.] :: to become less dense
adelgaçar {v} [figurative] :: to hone (refine or master a skill)
Adélio {prop} /a.ˈdɛ.lju/ :: given name
adelo {m} [chiefly, Portugal] /ɐ.ˈðɛ.lu/ :: thrift shop (shop which sells used goods)
adelo {m} [chiefly, Portugal] :: a secondhand dealer
adelomorfo {adj} [medicine] :: adelomorphous (having a form that is not clearly defined)
adem {m} /ˈa.dẽj̃/ :: mallard (Anas platyrhynchos, a wild species of duck)
Adem {prop} {m} :: Adem (city/and/seaport)
ademais {adv} [conjunctive] :: besides (also; in addition)
ademocrático {adj} :: undemocratic (not democratic)
adendo {m} :: addendum (appendix or supplement to a document)
adenectomia {f} [surgery] :: adenectomy (surgical removal of the adenoid glands)
adenilação {f} [biochemistry] :: adenylation (process that forms an adenylate)
adenilato ciclase {f} [biochemistry] :: adenylate cyclase (an enzyme)
adenina {f} /ˌəðɯ̽ˈninə/ :: adenine (base pairing with thymine or uracil)
adenite {f} [symptom, pathology] :: adenitis (glandular inflammation)
adeno- {prefix} :: adeno- (relating to glands)
adenoacantoma {m} [pathology] :: adenoacanthoma (adenocarcinoma characterised by the presence of squamous cells)
adenoameloblastoma {m} [pathology] :: adenoameloblastoma (benign adenomatoid odontogenic tumour)
adenoamigdalectomia {f} [surgery] :: adenotonsillectomy (surgical removal of adenoids and tonsils)
adenocarcinoma {m} [oncology] :: adenocarcinoma (any of several forms of carcinoma that originate in glandular tissue)
adenocarcinomatoso {adj} :: adenocarcinomatous (of or pertaining to adenocarcinomas)
adenocistoma {m} [pathology] :: adenocystoma (adenoma in which the neoplastic glandular epithelium forms cysts)
adenofibroma {m} [pathology] :: adenofibroma (a type of benign neoplasm)
adenoidal {adj} [anatomy] :: adenoidal (pertaining to the adenoids)
adenoide {f} [anatomy] :: adenoid (mass of lymphatic tissue situated posterior to the nasal cavity)
adenoidectomia {f} [surgery] :: adenoidectomy (surgical removal of the adenoids)
adenoidite {f} [medicine] :: adenoiditis (inflammation of the adenoid)
adenoipófise {f} [anatomy] :: adenohypophysis (the anterior lobe of the pituitary gland)
adenolinfoma {m} :: adenolymphoma (a type of benign tumor)
adenolipoma {m} [pathology] :: adenolipoma (benign lipoma of a gland)
adenoma {m} [pathology] :: adenoma (benign tumour of the epithelium)
adenomatoide {adj} :: adenomatoid (relating to an adenoma)
adenomatose {f} [medicine] :: adenomatosis (form of cancer)
adenomatoso {adj} :: adenomatoid (of or pertaining to an adenoma)
adenomegalia {f} :: adenomegaly (enlargement of a gland)
adenómero {m} [European orthography, anatomy] :: adenomere (functional unit in a salivary gland)
adenômero {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative spelling of adenómero
adenomioma {m} :: adenomyoma (complex tumor including components derived from glands and muscle)
adenomiomatose {f} [pathology] :: adenomyomatosis (the condition of having adenomyomas)
adenomiose {f} [medicine] :: adenomyosis (presence of ectopic glandular tissue in the surrounding muscles)
adenopatia {f} :: adenopathy (any glandular disease)
adenose {f} :: adenosis (benign swelling of lymph glands)
adenosiltransferase {f} [enzyme] :: adenosyltransferase (any enzyme that catalyses the transfer of an adenosyl group)
adenosina {f} [organic compound] :: adenosine (nucleoside derived from adenine and ribose)
adenossarcoma {m} [oncology] :: adenosarcoma (cancer that arises from mesenchymal tissue and has a benign glandular component)
adenotonsilectomia {f} [surgery] :: adenotonsillectomy (surgical removal of adenoids and tonsils)
adenoviral {adj} :: adenoviral (relating to or caused by an adenovirus)
adenovírus {m} :: adenovirus (any virus of the family Adenoviridae)
adentrar {v} /a.dẽ.ˈtɾa(ʁ)/ :: to get into, to go into
adentrar {vt} :: to push (violently) into
adentrar {vr} [figurative] :: to concentrate, to meditate
adentro {adv} :: inside (towards the interior)
adepta {f} :: female equivalent of adepto
adepto {m} :: contributor (a person who backs, supports or champions a cause, activity or institution)
adepto {m} [sports] :: fan; supporter
adequabilidade {f} :: suitability (the quality of being suitable)
adequação {f} :: adequacy (the condition of being adequate)
adequadamente {adv} :: adequately (in an adequate manner)
adequadamente {adv} :: adequately; sufficiently
adequado {adj} /ˈkwa.du/ :: suitable, appropriate
adequado {adj} :: adequate
adequar {vt} /ˈkwa(ʁ)/ :: to adequate; to adapt; to conform
adequar {v} [a, .pronominal] :: to suit; to adapt to; to fit in (to be adequate or fitted to)
adereço {m} :: ornament
adereço {m} [theater, in the plural] :: props
aderência {f} /ˌa.dɨ.ˈɾɐ̃j̃.sjə/ :: adherence (union of two objects)
aderência {f} :: acceptance of a belief
aderente {adj} :: tenacious (clinging to an object or surface; adhesive)
aderente {mf} :: adherent (member of a party or association)
aderentemente {adv} :: adherently (in an adherent manner)
aderindo {v} :: gerund of aderir
aderir {v} :: to adhere
à deriva {adj} :: adrift (floating at random)
à deriva {adv} :: adrift (in a drifting condition)
adernar {v} [nautical] :: to heel until the gunwale of one side is under water; to capsize on its side
aderno {m} :: buckthorn (plant of the genus Rhamnus)
adesão {f} /ɐ.ðɨ.ˈzɐ̃w̃/ :: accession; admission
adesão {f} :: adherence
adesão {f} :: support; adoption
adesão {f} :: membership; admission; affiliation
adesão {f} :: coherence
adesina {f} [biochemistry] :: adhesin (factor enabling bacteria to adhere to epithelial surfaces)
adesivamente {adv} :: adhesively (in an adhesive manner)
adesividade {f} :: adhesiveness (the quality of being, or the degree to which a thing is, adhesive)
adesivo {adj} :: adhesive; sticky
adesivo {m} :: sticker (something that sticks)
adesivo {m} :: sticker (adhesive label or decal)
a despeito de {prep} :: in spite of (despite)
adéspota {adj} :: adespotic (not despotic)
adestramento {m} :: dressage
adestrar {v} :: to turn right
adestrar {vt} :: to train, teach
adestrar {vt} :: to discipline
adeus {interj} /ɐ.ˈðewʃ/ :: goodbye (farewell)
a Deus dará {adj} [idiomatic] :: disordered
adeusinho {m} /a.dew.ˈzi.ɲu/ :: diminutive of adeus
adeusinho {interj} [familiar, often, sarcastic] :: goodbye; bye-bye
adhan {m} [Islam] :: adhan (the call to prayer)
adherência {f} :: obsolete spelling of aderência
adherir {v} :: obsolete spelling of aderir
adhesaõ {f} :: obsolete spelling of adesão
adhesão {f} :: obsolete spelling of adesão
ad hoc {adj} :: ad hoc (created for a particular purpose)
ad-hocracia {f} :: alternative spelling of adhocracia
adhocracia {f} [business] :: adhocracy (organisation designed to be flexible and responsive to the needs of the moment)
ad hominem {adj} [of an argument] :: ad hominem (being a personal attack)
ad hominem {adv} :: In an ad hominem manner
adiabaticamente {adv} [science] :: adiabatically (in an adiabatic way)
adiabaticidade {f} [physics, chemistry] :: adiabaticity (the condition of being adiabatic)
adiabático {adj} [physics, thermodynamics, of a process] :: adiabatic (occurring without gain or loss of heat)
adiadococinesia {f} :: adiadochokinesia (inability to perform rapid alternating movements)
adiamento {m} :: postponement, delay
adiamento {m} :: deferment, stay
adiamento {m} :: adjournment
adiamento {m} :: respite
adiamento {m} :: procrastination
adiantadamente {adv} :: anticipatedly (ahead of the correct time or schedule)
adiantamento {m} :: progress
adiantamento {m} :: advance (all senses)
adiantamento {m} :: boldness, audacity
adiantar {v} /ˌɐ.djɐ̃.ˈtaɾ/ :: to bring to the front, bring forward
adiantar {v} :: to anticipate information
adiantar {v} :: to work, function, to have a point (referring to actions)
adiante {adv} /ɐ.ˈðjɐ̃.tɨ/ :: ahead, forward
adiante {adv} :: in front
adiar {v} :: to postpone, delay, adjourn, defer
adição {f} /ɐ.di.ˈsɐ̃w̃/ :: addition (act of adding)
adição {f} [uncountable, mathematics] :: addition
adição-padrão {f} [chemistry] :: spike addition (technique in analytical chemistry)
adicção {f} :: addiction
adicional {adj} /ɐðisjuˈnaɫ/ :: additional (supplemental or added to something)
adicionalidade {f} :: additionality (the property of being additional)
adicionalmente {adv} :: additionally
adicionar {v} /ɐ.ði.sju.ˈnaɾ/ :: to add, sum [numbers]
adicionar {v} :: to insert
adicionável {adj} :: addible (capable of being added)
adicto {m} :: addict, junkie (person who is addicted, especially to a harmful drug)
adido {m} :: attaché (diplomatic officer)
adifenina {f} :: adiphenine (an antispasmodic drug)
Adige {prop} {m} :: Adige (river)
Ádige {prop} {m} :: alternative spelling of Adige
Adi Granth {m} :: Adi Granth (the main religious text of Sikhism)
adimensional {adj} :: adimensional (without dimensions)
adinamia {f} :: adynamia (loss of strength due to disease)
adinâmico {adj} :: adynamic (without strength or vigor)
ad infinitum {adv} :: ad infinitum; endlessly
adinkra {m} :: adinkra (visual symbol representing a concept or aphorism, created by the Akan)
adipato {m} [organic chemistry] :: adipate (salt or ester of adipic acid)
ádipe {m} :: adeps (soft or liquid animal fat)
adipo- {prefix} [anatomy, medicine] :: adipo- (relating to fat)
ádipo {m} :: alternative form of ádipe
adipocera {f} :: adipocere (waxy substance that forms on dead animal tissues)
adipocina {f} [biochemistry] :: adipokine (any of several cytokines secreted by adipose tissue)
adipócito {m} [cytology] :: adipocyte (cell that stores fat)
adipogénese {f} [European orthography, biochemistry] :: adipogenesis (the formation of fatty tissue)
adipogênese {f} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative spelling of adipogénese
adipoíla {f} [organic chemistry] :: adipoyl (divalent radical obtained by removing the two hydroxyl groups of adipic acid)
adiponectina {f} [biochemistry] :: adiponectin (hormone that modulates glucose regulation and fatty acid catabolism)
adiponectinemia {f} [pathology] :: adiponectinemia
adiponitrila {f} [chemistry] :: adiponitrile (an organic compound)
adipose {f} [medical] :: adiposis (accumulation of adipose tissue)
adiposidade {f} :: adiposeness (the state or quality of being adipose)
adiposidade {f} [medicine] :: adiposity (accumulation of fat in a tissue)
adiposo {adj} :: adipose (containing, composed of, or consisting of fat)
adipsia {f} [medicine] :: adipsia (absence of thirst)
Adirondacks {prop} {mp} :: Adirondacks (range)
Adis Abeba {prop} {f} :: Adis Abeba (caplc)
adisoniano {adj} :: alternative spelling of addisoniano
a distância {adv} :: at a distance; from a distance; aloof
a distância {adv} :: See: pt a distância
à distância {adv} :: alternative form of a distância
aditamento {m} :: addition, supplement
aditando {v} :: gerund of aditar
aditar {v} :: to add (make additions)
aditar {v} :: to enter (make an entrance)
aditivamente {adv} :: additively (in an additive manner)
aditividade {f} :: additivity (the property of being additive)
aditivo {m} :: additive (substance altering another substance)
ádito {m} /ˈa.ði.tu/ :: adytum (innermost sanctuary or shrine in ancient temples)
ádito {m} :: aditus (the entrance to a cavity or channel)
adivasi {m} :: Adivasi (member of the tribal groups considered the aboriginal population of South Asia)
adivinha {f} :: riddle
adivinhação {f} [uncountable] :: divination (act of divining)
adivinhando {v} :: gerund of adivinhar
adivinhar {v} /ɐ.ðˈɲaɾ/ :: to guess
adivinhar {v} :: to foretell
adjacência {f} :: adjacency (the quality of being adjacent)
adjacências {fp} :: surroundings; neighbourhood (area surrounding a place)
adjacente {adj} :: adjacent (lying next to, close, or contiguous; neighbouring)
adjacente {adj} :: adjacent (just before, after, or facing)
adjacente {adj} :: adjoining (being in contact at some point)
adjacente {adj} [geography] :: marginal (geographically adjacent)
adjacentemente {adv} :: adjacently (in such a way as to be adjacent)
Adjara {prop} {f} :: Adjara (autonomous republic)
adjectivo {adj} :: obsolete spelling of adjetivo
adjectivo {m} :: obsolete spelling of adjetivo
adjetivação {f} :: adjectivization (the process of turning into an adjective)
adjetivamente {adv} :: adjectively (in the manner of an adjective)
adjetivar {vt} :: adjective (to make an adjective of)
adjetivo {m} [grammar] :: adjective (a word that modifies or describes a noun)
adjetivo {adj} [grammar] :: adjective; adjectival (functioning as an adjective)
adjudicação {f} :: adjudication
adjudicar {vt} :: to award, grant
adjudicar {vt} :: to adjudicate
adjunção {f} :: adjunction (the act of joining)
adjuntamente {adv} :: adjunctly (in an adjunct manner)
adjuntivo {adj} :: adjunctive (forming an adjunct)
adjunto {m} :: adjunct (something attached or subordinate to something else)
adjunto {m} [grammar] :: adjunct (dispensable phrase that amplifies a sentence’s meaning)
adjuração {f} :: adjuration (solemn oath)
adjutório {adj} :: adjuvant (which helps or assists)
adjuvância {f} [medicine] :: adjuvant therapy (therapy that is given in addition to the primary, main, or initial therapy)
adjuvante {adj} :: adjuvant (which helps or assists)
adjuvante {adj} [phramacology, of a drug] :: adjuvant (containing a substance that aids the principal ingredient)
adjuvante {mf} :: adjuvant (person who helps or assists)
adjuvante {m} [phramacology] :: adjuvant (substance that aids the principal ingredient of a drug)
Adlai {prop} {m} [biblical character] :: Adlai (father of one of King David’s officials)
adleriano {adj} :: Adlerian (relating to Austrian psychotherapist Alfred Adler)
adluminal {adj} [anatomy] :: adluminal (near or toward the lumen of a seminiferous tubule)
admin {mf} [computing] /ad͡ʒ.ˈmĩ/ :: administrator (computing: one who responsible for software and maintenance of a computer or network)
adminicular {adj} :: adminicular (supplying help; corroborative; explanatory)
adminículo {m} :: adminicle (corroborative proof)
administração {f} /ˌɐdmiˌniʃtɾɐˈsɐ̃w̃/ :: administration (the act of administering)
administração {f} :: administration (a body who administers)
administração {f} [uncountable] :: management (social science)
administrador {adj} /ɐd.mi.niʃ.tɾɐ.ˈdoɾ/ :: that manages; that administers; administrative
administrador {m} [management] :: administrator
administradora {f} :: female equivalent of administrador
administrador de banco de dados {m} [computing] :: database administrator
administrante {adj} :: That manages; that administers; administrator
administrar {vt} /ɐdminiʃˈtrar/ :: to administer
administrativamente {adv} :: administratively (in an administrative manner)
administrativo {adj} :: administrative (of or relating to administering or administration)
administrável {adj} :: administrable (able to be administered)
admirabilidade {f} :: admirability (the quality of being admirable)
admiração {f} /ɐd.mi.ɾɐ.ˈsɐ̃w̃/ :: admiration
admiração {f} :: wonder
admirador {adj} /ɐðmiɾɐˈdoɾ/ :: admiring (feeling or showing admiration)
admirador {m} :: admirer (one who admires)
admiradora {f} :: female equivalent of admirador
admirar {v} /ɐd.mi.ˈɾaɾ/ :: to admire
admirativamente {adv} :: admiratively (in an admirative manner)
admirativo {adj} :: admirative (characterised by admiration)
admiravel {adj} :: obsolete spelling of admirável
admirável {adj} :: admirable (worthy of being admired)
admiravelmente {adv} :: admirably
admirávelmente {adv} :: obsolete spelling of admiravelmente
admissão {f} :: admission (all senses)
admissibilidade {m} [legal] :: admissibility
admissível {adj} :: admissible
admissivelmente {adv} :: admissibly (admissible manner)
admissor {m} :: admitter (someone who admits to something)
admissor {adj} :: who admits to something
admissor {adj} :: being an admission
admitidamente {adv} :: admittedly (by admission)
admitindo {v} :: gerund of admitir - admitting
admitir {v} /ɐd.miˈtiɾ/ :: to admit, accept
admitir {v} :: to allow
admitir {v} :: to acknowledge
admitir {v} :: to concede
admoestação {f} :: reproach (mild rebuke, or an implied criticism)
admoestador {m} :: admonisher (one who admonishes)
admoestador {adj} :: who admonishes
admoestador {adj} :: being an admonishment
admoestadoramente {adv} :: admonishingly (in an admonishing manner)
admoestar {vt} /ɐdmwɛʃˈtar/ :: to admonish
admonição {f} :: admonition (gentle or friendly reproof)
admonitor {m} :: admonitor; admonisher (someone who admonishes)
admonitor {adj} [rare] :: admonitive (conveying admonition)
admonitório {adj} :: admonitory (of or pertaining to an admonition)
ADN {m} [biochemistry] :: DNA; initialism of ácido desoxirribonucleico DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid)
adnação {f} [botany] :: adnation (adhesion of different floral verticils)
adnado {adj} :: alternative form of adnato
adnato {adj} :: adnate (linked or fused to something)
ad nauseam {adv} :: ad nauseam (being repeated too often)
ADNc {m} [genetics] :: initialism of ADN complementar cDNA
adnexal {adj} [botany] :: adnexal (having the property of being adnexed)
adnominal {adj} [grammar] :: adnominal (qualifying a noun)
-ado {suffix} /ˈa.du/ :: forms the masculine singular past participle of verbs whose infinitives end in -ar
-ado {suffix} :: forms adjectives, from verbs, meaning “that has suffered the action,” and nouns meaning “something or someone who has suffered the action”
-ado {suffix} :: forms adjectives, from nouns, meaning “which contains the suffixed noun”
-ado {suffix} :: forms nouns, from the names of types of professionals, meaning the position of being that type of professional; -dom
-ado {suffix} :: forms nouns, from the names of types of professionals, meaning the class formed by those professionals; -ate
-ado {suffix} :: forms adjectives, from the names of colours, meaning -ish
adobe {m} :: adobe (unburnt brick)
adoçante {m} /aðuˈsɐ̃tɨ/ :: sweetener (sugar substitute)
adoção {f} /ɐ.ðɔ.ˈsɐ̃w̃/ :: adoption
adoçar {vt} /ɐðuˈsaɾ/ :: to sweeten
adoçar {vt} :: to blunt
adocicado {adj} :: sweet; sweetened (containing a sweetening ingredient)
adocicar {vt} :: sweeten (to make sweet to the taste)
adocionismo {m} [Christianity] :: adoptionism (form of Christianity which maintains that Jesus is divine only in the sense that God adopted him)
adocionista {adj} :: adoptionist (pertaining to adoptionism)
adocionista {mf} [Christianity] :: adoptionist (believer in adoptionism)
adoecendo {v} :: gerund of adoecer
adoecer {vi} /ɐ.ðwɨˈseɾ/ :: to sicken, to fall ill
adoentado {adj} :: sick
adogmático {adj} :: adogmatic (rejecting the use of dogma)
a dois tempos {adj} [mechanical] :: two-stroke
adolescência {f} :: adolescence; teenagehood (period between childhood and adulthood)
adolescente {adj} :: adolescent, teenage
adolescente {mf} :: adolescent, teenager (child aged between thirteen and nineteen)
adolescentemente {adv} :: adolescently (like a teenager)
adolescer {v} :: to adolesce (commence or progress through adolescence)
Adolfo {prop} {m} :: given name
Adolfo {prop} {m} :: Adolfo (municipality)
Adomnan {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Adamnan
Adonai {prop} {m} [Judaism] /ˌˈnaj/ :: Adonai (one of the names of God)
Adónis {prop} {m} [European orthography, Greek mythology] :: Adonis (young man loved by Aphrodite)
Adónis {prop} {m} [European orthography] :: given name
Adônis {prop} {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of Adónis
adonitol {m} [carbohydrate] :: adonitol; ribitol (a sugar alcohol formed by the reduction of ribose)
adopção {f} :: superseded spelling of adoção
adoptar {v} :: superseded spelling of adotar
adoptivo {adj} :: alternative form of adotivo
adorabilidade {f} :: adorableness (the quality of being adorable)
adoração {f} /əˈduɾəsə̃ʊ/ :: adoration
adorador {m} :: adorer; worshipper (someone who adores, worships)
adoradora {f} :: female equivalent of adorador
adorante {adj} :: adoratory (expressing adoration)
adorar {vt} /ɐ.ðu.ˈɾaɾ/ :: to love (to have a great admiration or affection for something or someone)
adorar {v} :: to adore, worship
adorativo {adj} :: adoratory (expressing adoration)
adoratório {adj} :: adoratory (expressing adoration)
adoratório {m} :: adoratory (room for the adoration of idols)
adorável {adj} /ɐ.ðu.ˈɾa.vɛɫ/ :: adorable, lovely
adoravelmente {adv} :: adorably (in an adorable manner)
adorcismo {m} :: adorcism (voluntary possession by a spirit)
adormecendo {v} :: gerund of adormecer
adormecer {vi} :: to fall asleep (to pass from a state of wakefulness into sleep)
adormecer {vi} :: to oversleep
adormecer {vt} :: to send somebody to sleep, to lull to sleep
adormecer {vt} [medicine] :: to anesthetize
adormecer {vt} [figuratively] :: to soothe, to relieve
adormecido {adj} /ɐ.ðuɾ.mɨ.ˈsi.ðu/ :: sleepy, dozy, drowsy
adornador {m} :: adorner (one who places adornments)
adornamento {m} :: adornment (the act of decorating)
adornar {v} /ɐ.ðuɾ.ˈnaɾ/ :: to adorn
adorniano {adj} :: Adornoian (relating to German sociologist Theodor W. Adorno)
adorno {m} /ɐ.ˈðoɾ.nu/ :: adornment; decoration
adôrno {m} :: obsolete spelling of adorno
adotabilidade {f} :: adoptability (the property of being adoptable)
adotante {mf} :: adopter (one who adopts a child)
adotar {v} /ɐ.ðɔ.ˈtaɾ/ :: to adopt (to take by choice into relationship, as, child, heir, friend, citizen)
adotar {v} :: to apply an idea or concept
adotável {adj} :: adoptable (able to be adopted)
adotivamente {adv} :: adoptively (by adoption)
adotivo {adj} :: adoptive (related through adoption)
adposição {f} [grammar] :: adposition (element expressing a spatial or temporal relation)
adposicional {adj} [grammar] :: adpositional (pertaining to or of the nature of an adposition)
adquirente {mf} :: acquisitor (one who acquires)
adquirindo {v} :: gerund of adquirir
adquirir {v} /adʒ.ki.ˈɾi(ʁ)/ :: to acquire, get, obtain, procure
adquirir {v} :: to purchase, buy
adquirível {adj} :: acquirable (capable of being acquired)
adrede {adv} [archaic] /ɐ.ˈðɾe.ðɨ/ :: on purpose
adrêde {adv} :: obsolete spelling of adrede
adrenal {adj} :: adrenal (near the kidney)
adrenal {adj} :: adrenal (pertaining to adrenal glands)
adrenalectomia {f} [surgery] :: adrenalectomy (removal of one or both adrenal glands)
adrenalina {f} [hormone] :: adrenaline
adrenalite {f} [pathology] :: adrenalitis (inflammation of one or both adrenal glands)
adrenalizar {v} :: to adrenalise (to render frightening or thrilling)
adrenarca {f} :: adrenarche (a stage of maturation of the cortex of the human adrenal glands)
adrenérgico {adj} :: adrenergic (having the quality of adrenaline or epinephrine)
adrenérgico {adj} :: adrenergic (containing or releasing adrenaline)
adreno- {prefix} :: adreno- (relating to the adrenal gland)
adrenoceptor {m} [cytology] :: adrenoceptor; adrenergic receptor
adrenocortical {adj} [anatomy] :: adrenocortical (relating to adrenal cortex)
adrenocorticotrófico {adj} :: alternative form of adrenocorticotrópico
adrenocorticotrópico {adj} :: adrenocorticotropic (that stimulates the adrenal cortex)
adrenocorticotropina {f} :: adrenocorticotropin [a hormone]
adrenocromo {m} [biochemistry] :: adrenochrome (oxidation product of adrenaline or epinephrine)
adrenoleucodistrofia {f} [medicine] :: adrenoleukodystrophy (a degenerative genetic disease)
adrenomedular {adj} :: adrenomedullary (relating to the adrenal medulla)
adrenomedulina {f} :: adrenomedullin (a peptide associated with pheochromocytoma)
adrenomieloneuropatia {f} :: adrenomyeloneuropathy (a genetic disorder that deteriorates the myelin sheath that protects the spinal cord)
adrenosterona {f} [hormone] :: adrenosterone (a hormone with weak androgenic effects)
adressina {f} [biochemistry] :: addressin (an extracellular protein of the endothelium of venules)
Adria {prop} {f} :: Adria (town)
adriamicina {f} :: adriamycin (a drug used in cancer chemotherapy)
Adriano {prop} {m} /ˌa.dɾi.ˈɐ.nu/ :: given name
Adrianópolis {prop} {f} /ˌa.dɾi.ɐ.ˈnɔ.po.lis/ :: Adrianópolis (ancient city)
Adrianópolis {prop} {f} :: Adrianópolis (town/and/municipality)
Adrião {prop} {m} /ˌa.dɾi.ˈɐ̃w̃/ :: given name
adriático {adj} :: Adriatic (relating to the Adriatic Sea)
Adriático {prop} {m} :: synonym of Mar Adriático
adscrição {f} :: adscription (the state of being joined, bound or annexed)
adscrito {adj} [of a serf] /ɐð(ɨ)ʃˈkɾitu/ :: adscript (attached to an estate)
adsorbato {m} :: alternative form of adsorvato
adsorção {f} /ˌad.soʁ.ˈsɐ̃w̃/ :: adsorption
adsortividade {f} :: adsorptiveness (the property of being adsorptive)
adsortivo {adj} :: adsorptive (pertaining to or characterised by adsorption)
adsorvato {m} :: adsorbate (substance which has been adsorbed)
adsorvedor {m} :: adsorber (something which adsorbs)
adsorvendo {v} :: gerund of adsorver
adsorvente {m} :: adsorbent (substance on which the adsorbate accumulates)
adsorver {v} :: to adsorb
adsorvível {adj} :: adsorbable (able to be adsorbed)
adstrato {m} [linguistics] :: adstratum (a language responsible for changes in neighbouring languages)
adstringência {f} :: astringency
adstringente {adj} [medicine] :: astringent (having the effect of drawing tissue together)
adstrito {adj} :: attached, connected (to)
adstrito {adj} :: dependent
adstrito {adj} :: restricted
aduana {f} :: customs (agency that collect the taxes on imported goods)
aduaneiro {m} :: customs officer (officer enforcing customs laws)
aduaneiro {adj} :: relating to customs (government department)
adubação {f} :: fertilizing, fertilization
adubo {m} :: fertilizer, manure, compost
adução {f} [physiology] :: adduction (action by which the parts of the body are drawn towards its axis)
aducina {f} [biochemistry] :: adducin (any of a group of related actin-regulating proteins)
aduela {f} /ɐˈdwɛlɐ/ :: stave (of barrels, casks, etc.)
aduela {f} [architecture] :: voussoir (one of a series of wedge-shaped bricks forming an arch or vault)
adufa {f} :: sluice gate
adufe {m} [musical instruments] /ɐˈðu.fɨ/ :: a traditional square tambourine of Moorish origin
adulação {f} :: adulation (excessive flattery)
adulador {m} :: flatterer (one who flatters)
adulamita {mf} [biblical] :: Adullamite (inhabitant of Adullam)
adulante {adj} :: adulatory (overly flattering)
adular {vt} /ɐduˈlaɾ/ :: to flatter; to adulate (compliment someone excessively)
adularescência {f} :: adularescence (bluish sheen along crystal faces)
adulária {f} [geology] :: adularia (a variety of orthoclase feldspar)
adulatório {adj} :: adulatory (overly flattering)
adulta {f} :: female equivalent of adulto
adultamente {adv} :: adultly (in an adult manner)
adúltera {f} :: female equivalent of adúltero
adulteração {f} :: adulteration (the action of adulterating)
adulterado {adj} :: bogus (counterfeit or fake; not genuine)
adulterador {m} :: adulterator (one who adulterates)
adulterador {adj} :: which or who adulterates
adulteramente {adv} :: adulterously (in an adulterous manner)
adulterante {m} :: adulterant (that which adulterates)
adulterante {adj} :: which adulterates
adulterar {vi} :: tamper (alter by making unauthorized changes)
adultério {m} :: adultery (sexual intercourse by a married person with someone other than their spouse)
adúltero {adj} :: adulterous
adúltero {m} :: adulterer (one who commits adultery)
adultescente {mf} [colloquial] :: an adult who behaves as a teenager; kidult
adultez {f} :: adulthood (the condition of being an adult)
adulticida {m} :: adulticide (pesticide designed to kill adult insects)
adulticida {adj} :: adulticidal (which kills adult insects)
adultismo {m} :: adultism (predisposition towards adults)
adultização {f} :: adultization (the process of adultizing)
adultizar {vt} [sociology, psychology] :: to adultize (to raise a child such that he adopts adult behaviours earlier)
adulto {adj} /ɐˈðuɫ.tu/ :: adult, grown-up
adulto {m} :: adult
adumbrar {v} :: to adumbrate (to give a vague outline)
aduncidade {f} [rare] :: aduncity (hookedness) of the nose
adunco {adj} [usually of a nose] :: adunc (curved inward)
a duras penas {adv} :: with great effort or difficulty
adustão {f} :: adustion (the act of burning or heating to dryness)
Adustina {prop} :: Adustina (municipality)
adutivo {adj} :: adductive (bringing towards something)
adutor {adj} [physiology, of a muscle] :: adducent (which pulls one part towards another)
adutor {m} :: adducer (one who adduces)
adutor {m} [anatomy] :: adductor (muscle which closes extended parts of the body)
aduzindo {v} :: gerund of aduzir
aduzir {v} :: to adduce
aduzível {adj} :: adducible (able to be adduced)
advaita {m} [Hinduism] :: Advaita (doctrine holding that differences in the human condition are illusory)
advecção {f} [earth science, chemistry] :: advection (the horizontal movement of a body of atmosphere (or other fluid) along with a concurrent transport of its temperature, humidity etc.)
advectivo {adj} :: advective (relating to advection)
adventícia {f} [anatomy, histology] :: adventitia (layer encasing a visceral organ)
adventicial {adj} [anatomy] :: adventitial (pertaining to the adventitia)
adventiciamente {adv} :: adventitiously (in an adventitious manner)
adventício {adj} :: adventitious (from an external source)
adventício {adj} :: adventitious (accidental, additional, appearing casually)
adventício {adj} [biology] :: adventitious (developing in an unusual place or from an unusual source)
adventista {mf} :: Adventist (member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church)
adventista {adj} :: relating to or following the Adventist Church
advento {m} [formal] /ˌad͡ʒ.ˈvẽ.tu/ :: advent; coming; arrival
Advento {prop} {m} [Christianity] :: Advent (season before Christmas)
adverbial {adj} :: adverbial (of or relating to an adverb)
adverbialidade {f} :: adverbiality (condition of being an adverb)
adverbialização {f} :: adverbialization (the process of adverbializing)
adverbializador {m} [grammar] :: adverbializer (morpheme that converts a word into an adverb)
adverbializar {v} :: to adverbialize (to change into an adverb)
adverbialmente {adv} :: adverbially (as an adverb)
advérbio {m} /adʒiˈvɛɦbɪʊ/ :: adverb
adversamente {adv} :: adversely (in an adverse manner)
adversariedade {f} :: adversariness (the quality of being adversary)
adversário {m} /ɐd.vɨɾ.ˈsa.ɾju/ :: adversary, opponent
adversário {m} :: enemy, foe
adversativamente {adv} :: adversatively (in an adversative manner)
adversatividade {f} :: adversativeness; adversativity (the quality of being adversative)
adversativo {adj} [linguistics] :: adversative (expressing opposition or difference)
adversidade {f} [uncountable] :: adversity (state of being adverse)
adversidade {f} :: adversity (an adverse event)
adverso {adj} /ɐd.ˈvɛɾ.su/ :: adverse
advertência {f} :: admonition (gentle or friendly reproof)
advertir {v} :: to admonish; to caution; to warn
advir {v} :: to occur, befall
advir {v} :: to happen (by accident)
advocacia {f} :: bar (the profession of lawyers)
advocatura {f} :: bar (the profession of lawyers)
advogada {f} :: female equivalent of advogado
advogado {m} /ˌɐˈɣa.ðu/ :: lawyer (professional person authorized to practice law)
advogado do diabo {m} :: devil's advocate (one who debates from a view they may not actually hold)
advogado do diabo {m} [Roman Catholicism] :: devil's advocate (lawyer appointed to argue against the canonisation of the proposed candidate)
adware {m} [computing] :: adware (software application that displays advertisements)
-ae {suffix} :: obsolete spelling of -ai
ae {interj} [Internet slang, Brazil] :: oh yeah (expression of joy or approvement)
{interj} /aˈe/ :: informal form of
AEB {prop} {f} :: initialism of Agência Espacial Brasileira, the Brazilian Space Agency
Aécio {prop} {m} /a.ˈɛ.sju/ :: given name
aegirina {f} [mineral] :: aegirine (a mineral with monoclinic crystals in the pyroxene group)
a eito {adv} /ɐˈɐj.tu/ :: uninterruptedly, without intermission
a emenda sair pior que o soneto {v} [figuratively, usually in the preterite] :: the cure is worse than the disease (the solution to a problem produces a worse net result)
à época {adv} [formal] :: at the time; back then (at some point in the distant past)
aequorina {f} [biochemistry] :: aequorin (a photoprotein isolated from luminescent jellyfish)
aeração {f} :: aeration
aerador {m} :: aerator (a device which mixes air with a substance)
aeragem {f} :: aeration (the circulation of air)
aerar {v} :: to aerate
aereamente {adv} :: aerially (in an aerial manner)
aerênquima {m} [botany] :: aerenchyma (airy tissue found in the roots of aquatic plants)
aéreo {adj} /ɐˈɛɾju/ :: aerial
aerífero {adj} :: aeriferous (that conveys air)
aeriforme {adj} :: aeriform (having a form similar to that of air)
aero- {prefix} :: aero- (denoting air)
aero- {prefix} :: aero- (denoting aircraft)
aeroalérgeno {m} :: aeroallergen (any airborne allergen)
aerobactina {f} :: aerobactin (a siderophore produced by E. coli)
aerobarco {m} :: hovercraft (a vehicle supported on a cushion of air)
aeróbica {f} :: aerobics (exercise for cardiovascular fitness)
aerobicamente {adv} :: aerobically (in an aerobic manner)
aeróbico {adj} :: aerobic (living or occurring only in the presence of oxygen)
aeróbico {adj} :: aerobic (involving or improving oxygen consumption by the body)
aerobiologia {f} :: aerobiology (the study of the dispersion of airborne biological materials)
aerobiológico {adj} :: aerobiologic (pertaining to aerobiology)
aerobiose {f} [biology] :: aerobiosis (form of life that is sustained by the presence of air)
aerocarro {m} [chiefly scifi] :: aircar (car capable of flight)
aerocisto {m} [botany] :: aerocyst (air vesicle)
aerodeslizador {m} :: hovercraft (a vehicle supported on a cushion of air)
aerodigestivo {adj} [biology] :: aerodigestive (pertaining to the airway and digestive tract)
aerodinâmica {f} :: aerodynamics (the science of the dynamics of bodies moving relative to gases)
aerodinamicamente {adv} :: aerodynamically (in an aerodynamic manner)
aerodinamicista {mf} :: aerodynamicist (person who studies aerodynamics)
aerodinâmico {adj} :: aerodynamic
aeródino {m} [aviation, rare] :: aerodyne (heavier-than-air aircraft)
aeródromo {m} :: airfield, aerodrome, airdrome, landing field (place where airplanes can take off and land)
aeroelasticidade {f} [physics] :: aeroelasticity (the effect of aerodynamic loads on structures)
aeroelástico {adj} :: aeroelastic (relating to aeroelasticity)
aeroespacial {adj} :: aerospatial
aeroespaço {m} :: aerospace (earth’s atmosphere and space the around it)
aerofagia {f} [medicine] :: aerophagy (the swallowing of air)
aerófilo {adj} [biology, especially of microorganisms] :: aerophilic (that thrives in the presence of molecular oxygen)
aerofísica {f} [physics] :: aerophysics (physics of the design and construction of aerodynamic devices)
Aeroflot {prop} {f} :: Aeroflot (Russian airline)
aerofobia {f} :: aerophobia (fear of flying)
aerofóbico {adj} :: aerophobic (having a fear of flying)
aerofólio {m} [aviation] :: aerofoil (structure shaped to produce lift when moving in air)
aerofólio {m} [automobiles] :: spoiler (device to reduce lift and increase downforce)
aerogel {m} :: aerogel (an ultralight solid-state substance)
aerógeno {adj} [biology] :: aerogenous (transmitted through the air)
aerogerador {m} :: wind turbine (device for converting wind power into electricity)
aerografia {f} [art] :: aerography (art in which a three-dimensional object is used as a stencil)
aerograma {m} :: aerogram (foldable and gummed paper for writing a letter)
aerólitho {m} :: obsolete spelling of aerólito
aerolítico {adj} :: aerolitic (of or relating to aerolites)
aerolito {m} :: aerolite, meteorite
aerólito {m} [astronomy] /ˌa.i.ˈɾɔ.li.tu/ :: aerolite (meteorite consisting of silicate minerals)
aerologia {f} :: aerology (branch of meteorology)
aerológico {adj} :: aerologic; aerological (pertaining to aerology)
aeromagnético {adj} :: aeromagnetic (pertaining to aeromagnetics)
aeromancia {f} :: aeromancy (divination by use of atmospheric conditions)
aeromante {mf} :: aeromancer (practitioner of aeromancy)
aerometria {f} [dated, rare] :: aerometry (the science of measuring the air)
aerométrico {adj} :: aerometric (relating to the measurement of a physical property of air)
aerómetro {m} [European orthography] :: aerometer (instrument used to measure mass and density of gases)
aerômetro {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative spelling of aerómetro
aeromoça {f} [Brazil] /aˌɛɾoˈmosɐ/ :: A female flight attendant, an air hostess
aeromodelismo {m} :: aeromodelling (the building and flying of model aircraft)
aeromodelista {mf} :: aeromodeller (maker of model aircaft)
aeromodelo {m} :: model aircraft (small-scale toy aircraft)
aeromóvel {adj} :: airmobile (capable of being transported by air)
aeronáutica {f} :: aeronautics
aeronáutica {f} :: air force
aeronauticamente {adv} :: aeronautically (with respect to aeronautics)
aeronáutico {adj} :: aeronautic (having to do with aerial navigation)
aeronaval {adj} :: aeronaval (relating to the navy and the air force)
aeronave {f} /a.ˌɛ.ɾo.ˈ :: aircraft
aeronavegabilidade {f} :: airworthiness (the state of being airworthy)
aeronavegação {f} :: aeronavigation (aerial navigation)
aeronavegável {adj} :: airworthy (meeting standards for safe flight)
Aeroniano {prop} {m} [geology] :: Aeronian (a subdivision of the Silurian period)
aeronomia {f} :: aeronomy (study of the upper atmosphere)
aeropalinologia {f} :: aeropalynology (study of pollen grains and spores in the atmosphere)
aeroplano {m} /a.ˌɛ.ɾo.ˈplɐ.no/ :: airplane
aeroponia {f} :: aeroponics (the growing of plants in a mist-laden atmosphere)
aeropônico {adj} [Brazilian orthography] :: aeroponic (pertaining to aeroponics)
aeroporto {m} /ɐɛɾɔˈpoɾtu/ :: airport (a place designated for airplanes)
aeroporto de mosquito {m} [slang, derogatory] :: a bald person
aeroquímico {adj} [military] :: aerochemical (relating to the delivery of chemical weapons by air)
aeroscópio {m} :: aeroscope (device used to collect particles from the air)
aerossol {m} [physics] :: aerosol
aerossolização {f} :: aerosolisation (process by which a material is dispersed into an aerosol form)
aerossolizar {vt} :: to aerosolise (to disperse a material as an aerosol)
aerostática {f} [physics] :: aerostatics (study of gases in equilibrium)
aeróstato {m} :: aerostat (lighter-than-air aircraft)
aerotérmico {adj} :: aerothermal (relating to the heating of surfaces due to their contact with the flow of air)
aerotermodinâmica {f} [physics] :: aerothermodynamics (scientific study of the thermodynamic properties of gases)
aerotermodinâmico {adj} :: aerothermodynamic (pertaining to aerothermodynamics)
aerotolerância {f} :: aerotolerance (the quality of being aerotolerant)
aerotolerante {adj} [biology, of an anaerobic micro-organism] :: aerotolerant (able to survive in the presence of air)
aerotrem {m} :: aerotrain (train that is supported on a cushion of air)
-aes {suffix} :: obsolete spelling of -ais
Aesir {prop} {mp} [Norse mythology] :: Æsir (the principal Norse gods)
Æsir {prop} {mp} :: alternative spelling of Aesir
a esmo {adv} :: With unpredictable outcomes; at random; randomly; haphazardly
a esperança é a última a morrer {proverb} :: alternative form of a esperança é a última que morre
a esperança é a última que morre {proverb} :: hope springs eternal (one should never lose hope)
aético {adj} :: unethical (not morally approvable)
aetossauro {m} :: aetosaur (any dinosaur of the order Aetosauria)
à expensa de {prep} :: alternative form of às expensas de
af {interj} [Internet slang] :: afe
afã {m} /ɐ.ˈfɐ̃/ :: eagerness, keenness
afã {m} :: effort
afabilidade {f} :: affability (state or quality of being affable)
afadigar {v} :: to weary, to tire, to fatigue
afagar {vt} /ɐfɐˈɡaɾ/ :: to stroke, fondle, caress
afagar {vt} [figuratively] :: to cherish, feed
afagia {f} :: aphagia (difficulty in swallowing)
afago {m} /ɐˈfaɡu/ :: caress, stroking
afamado {adj} :: famous
afamar {vt} /ɐfɐˈmaɾ/ :: to make famous
afamar {vp} :: to become famous
afanar {v} :: to obtain with effort
afanar {v} [slang] :: to steal
afanar {vr} :: to become tired
afânise {f} [psychology] :: aphanisis (the disappearance of sexual desire)
afanítico {adj} [geology] :: aphanitic (having crystals too fine to be seen by the naked eye)
afanoso {adj} :: laborious, arduous
afaquia {f} [ophthalmology] :: aphakia (absence of the lens from the eye)
afáquico {adj} [ophthalmology] :: aphakic (exhibiting aphakia)
afar {m} [uncountable] :: Afar (language)
afar {m} :: one of the Afar, a people of eastern Africa
afasia {f} [pathology] :: aphasia (pathological speech disorder)
afasia nominal {f} [neurology] :: nominal aphasia; anomia (difficulty recalling nouns)
afásico {adj} [speech pathology] :: aphasic (affected by, or pertaining to, aphasia)
afásico {m} [speech pathology] :: aphasic (one who is afflicted with aphasia)
afasiologia {f} [speech therapy, neurology] :: aphasiology (the study of linguistic problems resulting from brain damage)
afasiológico {adj} [speech therapy] :: aphasiological (of or relating to aphasiology)
afasiologista {mf} [speech therapy] :: aphasiologist (one who studies or practices aphasiology)
afasiólogo {m} [speech therapy] :: aphasiologist (one who studies or practices aphasiology)
afastado {adj} /ɐ.fɐʃ.ˈta.ðu/ :: far, especially after being moved away
afastado {adj} :: far from downtown or from urban areas
afastado {adj} :: suspended (temporarily banned from one’s job)
afastamento {m} /aˌfastaˈmẽtu/ :: the act or result of repelling or of moving two things away from each other
afastamento {m} :: the distance between things
afastamento {m} :: the process of growing apart (of people becoming less acquainted with each other); distancing
afastamento {m} :: a temporary removal from office
afastamento {m} [statistics] :: the difference between a predicted value and the actual result
afastamento {m} [transportation] :: deviation of a vehicle or craft from a route
afastar {vt} /ɐfɐʃˈtaɾ/ :: to repel; to push away (cause to move away)
afastar {vt} :: to drive apart (cause to stop being close, intimate)
afastar {v} [de, .pronominal] :: to step back from; to move away from
afastar {v} [de, .pronominal] :: to dissociate; to distance oneself from (stop associating with)
afável {adj} /ɐ.ˈfa.vɛɫ/ :: affable
afável {adj} :: benevolent
afável {adj} :: affectionate
afavelmente {adv} :: affably (in an affable manner)
a favor {adj} :: in favour
a favor de {prep} :: in favour of; in support of
afazendar {vp} /ɐfɐzẽˈdar/ :: to become rich
afazer {v} /a.fa.ˈze(ɾ)/ :: to accustom
afazer {m} [usually plural] /a.fa.ˈzeɾ/ :: chore; task (piece of work done as part of one’s duties)
afe {interj} :: alternative form of ave
afebril {adj} :: afebrile (having no fever, without a fever)
afecção {f} [pathology] :: condition, affection
afectação {f} :: alternative form of afetação
afectar {v} :: superseded spelling of afetar
afecto {m} :: obsolete spelling of afeto
afegane {adj} :: uncommon form of afegão
afegane {mf} :: uncommon form of afegão
Afeganistão {prop} {m} /ɐ.fɨ.ɣɐ.niʃ.ˈtɐ̃w̃/ :: Afeganistão (country)
afeganizar {v} :: to Afghanize (to cause to have an Afghani character)
afegão {adj} :: Afghan; Afghani; Afghanistani (of, from or relating to Afghanistan)
afegão {m} :: Afghan; Afghani; Afghanistani (person from Afghanistan)
afegão {m} :: Pashto; Afghani (a language spoken in parts of Afghanistan and Pakistan)
afeição {f} /ɐ.fɐj.ˈsɐ̃w/ :: affection (kind feeling)
afeiçoado {adj} :: affectionate, fond
afeiçoar {vt} /ɐfɐjˈswar/ :: to form, shape, mould
afeiçoar {v} :: to accommodate, adapt, adjust
afelandra {f} :: aphelandra (any of the tropical evergreen shrubs in the genus Aphelandra)
afélia {f} [astronomy] :: aphelia (the point in the orbit of a celestial body at which it is farthest from the body it orbits)
afélico {adj} [astronomy] :: aphelian (relating to aphelion)
afelinídeo {m} [zoology] :: aphelinid (any member of the Aphelinidae)
afélio {m} [astronomy] :: aphelion (the point in the elliptical orbit of a planet where it is farthest from the sun)
afemia {f} [speech pathology] :: aphemia (type of aphasia in which the ability to speak is lost)
afeminação {f} :: alternative form of efeminação
afeminadamente {adv} :: alternative form of efeminadamente
afeminado {adj} [often, derogatory, of a man or boy] :: effeminate (of a man, behaving like a woman)
afeminar {vt} :: alternative form of efeminar
afeminar {vp} :: alternative form of efeminar
a fé move montanhas {proverb} :: faith will move mountains
aferência {f} [biology] :: afference (the brain’s reception of signals from the body)
aferente {adj} :: afferent (carrying towards; bringing)
aférese {f} [phonetics, prosody] :: apheresis (loss of letters or sounds from the beginning of a word)
aférese {f} [medicine] :: apheresis (removal, filtering and returning of blood)
aferético {adj} [medicine, linguistics] :: aphaeretic (of the nature of aphaeresis)
aferventamento {m} :: the act of boiling something for a short while
aferventar {v} :: to boil for a short while
aferventar {v} [figurative] :: to excite (to incite feelings)
afetabilidade {f} :: affectability (the condition of being affectable)
afetação {f} /aˌfɯtaˈsɐ̃w/ :: affectation (an attempt to assume or exhibit what is not natural or real), falsehood, pretense
afetadamente {adv} :: affectedly (in an affected manner)
afetador {m} :: affecter (person who affects)
afetar {vt} /ɐ.fɛ.ˈtaɾ/ :: to affect (influence, alter)
afetável {adj} :: affectable (able to be affected)
afetivamente {adv} :: affectively (in an affective way)
afetivo {adj} :: affective (relating to, resulting from, or influenced by the emotions)
afetivo {adj} :: affective; emotional
afeto {m} /ɐ.ˈfɛ.tu/ :: affection, fondness
afetuosamente {adv} :: affectionately, fondly
afetuoso {adj} [of a person] :: affectionate (having affection)
afetuoso {adj} [of an action] :: affectionate (indicating affection)
aff {interj} [Internet slang] :: afe
Affenpinscher {m} :: Affenpinscher (a breed of toy dog)
affidavit {m} [legal] :: affidavit (legal, signed document wherein an affiant makes a sworn statement)
affirmar {v} :: obsolete spelling of afirmar
affluxo {m} :: obsolete spelling of afluxo
affs {interj} [Internet slang] :: afe
Afganistão {prop} {m} :: obsolete form of Afeganistão
Afghanistão {prop} {m} :: obsolete spelling of Afeganistão
AFI {prop} :: initialism of Alfabeto Fonético Internacional
afiadeira {f} :: hone (stone used to sharpen blades)
afiado {adj} /ˈa.du/ :: sharp (able to cut easily)
afiado {adj} [figurative] :: witty (clever; amusingly ingenious)
afiado {adj} [figurative, Brazil] :: well prepared for something
afiançar {vt} /ɐfjɐ̃ˈsaɾ/ :: to bail
afiançar {vt} :: to guarantee
afiançar {vt} :: to sponsor
afiar {vt} /ɐˈfjaɾ/ :: to sharpen
afibrinogenemia {f} [medicine] :: afibrinogenemia (a blood disorder in which the blood does not clot normally)
aficida {m} [agriculture] :: aphicide (any pesticide intended to kill aphids)
afídeo {m} :: aphid (insect)
afidicida {m} :: alternative form of aficida
afidicolina {f} [organic compound] :: aphidicolin (a tetracyclic diterpene antibiotic)
afidídeo {m} [zoology] :: aphidid (any member of the Aphididae)
afidiídeo {m} [zoology] :: aphidiid (any member of the Aphidiidae)
afidófago {adj} [ecology] :: aphidophagous (feeding on aphids)
a fila anda {phrase} [idiomatic] :: that ship has sailed (that opportunity has been lost)
a fila anda {phrase} [idiomatic] :: Expresses the notion that it is normal to move on from one relationship to the next. See also: serial monogamy
a fila anda {phrase} :: See: pt a fila anda
afilado {adj} :: sharp
afilado {adj} :: pointy, stretched
afilado {adj} :: thin
afilado {adj} [of an animal] :: angry and incited to attack because of provocation
afilar {v} :: to sharpen
afilático {adj} [cartography, of a map projection] :: aphylactic (neither conformal or equal-area)
afilhada {f} :: goddaughter
afilhado {m} :: godson, godchild
afiliação {f} :: alternative form of filiação
afiliado {adj} :: affiliated (associated, related or united)
afiliado {m} :: someone affiliated with an organisation
afiliar {vi} :: to affiliate; to associate
afiliativo {adj} [of behaviour] :: affiliative (tending to promote social cohesion)
afiliável {adj} :: alternative form of filiável
afilosófico {adj} :: aphilosophical (not philosophical; without philosophy)
a fim {adj} [of a person, often followed by de] :: desiring or interested in something
a fim {adj} [of a person, followed by de] :: romantically attracted by
afim {adj} /a.ˈfĩ/ :: related
afim {adj} :: similar, equal
afim {mf} :: relative
a fim de {prep} [formal] :: in order to (for the purpose of)
a fim de {prep} [colloquial] :: interested in; feeling like
a fim de {prep} [colloquial] :: into (romantically attracted to)
a fim de que {phrase} :: in order to (as a means of achieving the specified aim)
afinação {f} :: tuning (the calibration of a musical instrument to a standard pitch)
afinador {m} :: tuner (person who tunes a musical instrument)
afinador {m} :: tuner (device that shows the deviation of the played pitch from the desired pitch)
afinal {adv} /ɐ.fi.ˈnaɫ/ :: after all (in the end; anyway)
afinal de contas {adv} :: after all (used to reinforce or explain a point)
afinar {vt} /ɐfiˈnaɾ/ :: to thin (to make thinner)
afinar {vi} :: to thin (to become thinner)
afinar {v} [music] :: to tune (to modify a musical instrument)
afinidade {f} /ɐfiniˈðaðɨ/ :: affinity
afinidade {f} :: kinship
a fio {adv} [idiom] :: uninterruptedly, continuously, constantly
a fio {adv} :: See: pt a fio
afírico {adj} [geology] :: aphyric (having few or no phenocrysts)
afirmabilidade {f} :: affirmability (the quality of being affirmable)
afirmação {f} /a.fiʁ.ma.ˈsɐ̃w̃/ :: affirmation, statement
afirmação {f} :: proposition
afirmação {f} :: pronouncement
afirmador {m} :: affirmer (one who affirms)
afirmador {adj} :: who or which affirms
afirmadoramente {adv} :: affirmingly (in an affirming manner)
afirmante {mf} :: affirmant (one who affirms)
afirmar {v} /ɐ.fiɾ.ˈmaɾ/ :: [que] to state; to declare; to affirm (to make a declaration)
afirmar {vt} :: to confirm; to attest (to affirm to be correct, true or genuine)
afirmar {vt} :: to consolidate (to make firm, secure)
afirmar {vp} :: to earn one’s place; to rise (to earn a reputation or fame)
afirmativa {f} :: affirmative (answer that shows agreement or acceptance)
afirmativamente {adv} :: affirmatively
afirmatividade {f} :: affirmativeness (the property of being affirmative)
afirmativo {adj} :: affirmative
afirmativo {adj} :: assertive
afirmativo {interj} [formal] :: yes
afirmável {adj} :: affirmable (able to be affirmed)
afivelar {vt} :: buckle (to fasten)
afixação {f} :: affixation (addition of an affix)
afixal {adj} [grammar] :: affixal (relating to affixes)
afixar {vt} /ɐfiˈksaɾ/ :: to affix, attach
afixo {m} :: affix (that which is affixed)
afixo {m} [linguistics] :: affix (a bound morpheme added to a word’s stem)
afixoide {m} [linguistics] :: affixoid (regular word that also works as an affix)
Aflao {prop} {f} :: Aflao (city)
aflatoxicose {f} :: aflatoxicosis (a disease caused by aflatoxin)
aflatoxina {f} [poison] :: aflatoxin (mycotoxin produced by moulds of the Aspergillus genus)
aflição {f} /ɐ.fli.ˈsɐ̃w̃/ :: affliction (a state of pain, suffering, distress or agony)
afligir {v} :: harm (cause damage)
afligir {vt} :: afflict (to cause pain to)
aflitamente {adv} :: afflictedly (under a burden of affliction)
aflitivamente {adv} :: afflictively (in an afflictive manner)
aflitivo {adj} :: afflictive (that causes physical or mental pain)
aflito {adj} /ɐ.ˈfli.tu/ :: afflicted
aflito {adj} :: worried, distressed
afloramento {m} :: outcrop
afloramento {m} :: outbreak, outburst
aflorar {vi} /ɐfluˈɾaɾ/ :: to emerge
aflorar {vi} :: to outcrop
aflorestamento {m} :: afforestation (creation of a forest)
afluência {f} :: affluence; influx (flow toward a place)
afluência {f} :: affluence (a large amount of wealth)
afluência {f} [hydrology] :: confluence (place where two rivers meet)
afluente {m} /ˌɐfluˈẽtɯ/ :: a tributary waterbody
afluente {adj} :: affluent (abundant)
afluentemente {adv} :: affluently (in an affluent manner)
afluir {vi} :: pour (to flow, pass or issue in or as a stream)
afluxo {m} :: the flow of people or things
afluxo {m} :: the meeting of flowing things or people
afocal {adj} [optics, of a lens] :: afocal (having a focal point at infinity)
afogador {m} :: choke (control to adjust the air/fuel mixture of an engine)
afogamento {m} :: drowning (An instance of a person or animal drowning.)
afogar {vp} /ɐfuˈɡaɾ/ :: to drown (die or nearly die by staying underwater)
afogar {vp} :: to choke (have something blocking one’s airway)
afogar {vt} :: to drown (kill or try to kill someone by keeping them underwater)
afogar {vt} [figurative] :: to hold back (an expression or speech)
afogar {vt} [automotive] :: to choke (activate a vehicle’s choke valve)
afogar {v} [em, .figurative, .pronominal] :: to drink (an alcoholic beverage) heavily
afogar {vt} [figurative] :: to hold back; to contain (prevent from growing)
afogar as mágoas {v} :: drown one's sorrows (to drink heavily to commiserate oneself)
afogar o ganso {v} [slang, a male] :: to jerk off, to wank (to masturbate)
afoito {adj} /a.ˈfoj.tu/ :: bold, brave, courageous
afoito {adj} :: in a hurry, short of time
a fome é o melhor tempero {proverb} :: hunger is the best sauce
afonia {f} [pathology] :: aphonia (loss of voice)
afónico {adj} [European orthography, medicine] :: aphonic (exhibiting aphonia)
afônico {adj} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of afónico
Afonses {prop} {mf} :: surname
Afonso {prop} {m} /ɐ.ˈfõ.su/ :: given name
Afonso {prop} {mf} :: surname
afora {adv} /ɐ.ˈfɔ.ɾɐ/ :: out; outwards
afora {adv} :: through; along (spatial)
afora {adv} :: throughout (temporal)
afora {adv} :: externally
afora {prep} :: except, besides
afora {prep} :: unless
aforamento {m} [legal, historical] :: emphyteusis (right)
aforar {vt} :: to lease
aforar {vt} :: to authorize
à força {adv} :: forcefully
aforia {f} [medicine, obsolete] :: aphoria (female sterility)
aforismar {v} :: to aphorise (to create an aphorism)
aforismo {m} :: aphorism (short phrase conveying some principle or concept of thought)
aforista {mf} :: aphorist (person who writes or recites aphorisms)
aforisticamente {adv} :: aphoristically (in an aphoristic manner)
aforístico {adj} :: aphoristic (of, relating to, or containing aphorisms)
afortunadamente {adv} /ɐfuɾtuˌnaðɐˈmẽtɨ/ :: fortunately (in a fortunate manner)
afortunado {adj} [of an event] :: fortunate; auspicious (coming by good luck or favourable chance)
afortunado {adj} [of a person] :: fortunate; lucky (favourable by good luck)
afortunado {m} :: a fortunate person
afótico {adj} :: aphotic (having no sunlight)
afoxé {m} [music] :: afoxe (genre of Afro-Brazilian music)
afrancesado {adj} :: Frenchified (having become more French)
afrancesado {adj} [derogatory] :: excessively Francophile; attempting to imitate the French
afrancesado {m} [historical] :: afrancesado (Iberian who supported the French during the Peninsular War)
afrancesar {v} :: to Frenchify
à frente {adv} /a.ˈfɾẽ.t͡ʃi/ :: ahead (in the front)
à frente de seu tempo {adj} [idiomatic] :: ahead of one's time (in advance of commonly accepted ideas)
afresco {m} [uncountable] :: fresco (technique)
afresco {m} [countable] :: fresco (painting made using this technique)
afretamento {m} [nautical] :: affreightment (hire a vessel for cargo)
África {prop} {f} :: África (continent)
africação {f} [phonetics, of a consonant] :: affrication (the process of becoming an affricate)
africada {f} [phonetics] :: affricate (a sound produced using a combination of a plosive and a fricative)
África do Sul {prop} {f} :: África do Sul (country)
africânder {mf} :: Afrikaner (person)
africânder {m} :: Afrikaans (language) {m}
africânder {adj} :: Afrikaans (language, person, culture) {c}
africâner {mf} /afɾiˈkɐneɹ/ :: Afrikaner
africâner {m} [uncountable] :: Afrikaans (language)
africâner {adj} :: afrikaner
africanidade {f} :: Africanness (the state or quality of being African)
africanismo {m} [anthropology] :: Africanism (an African cultural practice)
africanismo {m} [linguistics] :: a word or linguistic feature borrowed from an African language
africanista {mf} :: Africanist (a specialist in African studies)
africanização {f} :: Africanization (the act or process of Africanizing)
africanizar {vt} :: to Africanize (to make African)
africano {adj} /ɐ.fɾi.ˈkɐ.nu/ :: African (of, or pertaining to Africa)
africano {m} :: African (person from Africa)
África Ocidental Portuguesa {prop} {f} :: África Ocidental Portuguesa (former colony)
afro- {prefix} :: Afro- (relating to Africa)
afro- {prefix} :: Afro- (relating to dark-skinned people)
afro {adj} :: African (of African culture)
afro-americano {adj} [of a person] :: African-American (american and black)
afro-americano {m} :: African-American (a black American)
afrobeat {m} [music] :: afrobeat (a fusion of jazz and funk from Nigeria)
afrocêntrico {adj} :: Afrocentric (focusing on black African people)
afrocentrismo {m} :: Afrocentrism (black African ethnocentrism)
afrocentrista {adj} :: Afrocentric (focusing on black African people)
afrodescendente {adj} :: black (relating to persons of African descent)
afrodisia {f} :: aphrodisia (a state of sexual desire)
afrodisíaco {adj} :: aphrodisiac (intensifying sexual desire)
afrodisíaco {m} :: aphrodisiac (food or drug that intensifies sexual desire)
Afrodite {prop} {f} [Greek god] :: Aphrodite
Afrodito {prop} {m} [Greek god] /ˌa.fɾo.ˈd͡ʒi.tu/ :: Aphroditus (male Aphrodite)
afrofobia {f} :: Afrophobia (the fear, hate or dislike of Africans)
afronta {f} /ɐˈfɾõtɐ/ :: affront (open or intentional offense, slight, or insult)
afronta {f} [uncountable] :: infamy
afrontador {m} :: affronter (someone who affronts)
afrontador {adj} :: which affronts
afrontar {vt} /ɐ.fɾõ.ˈtaɾ/ :: abuse (to insult)
afrontar {v} :: to confront
afrontar {v} :: to face
afrontar {v} :: to cause sickness
afropop {m} :: Afropop (pop music of Africa)
afrotropical {adj} :: Afrotropical (relating to the Afrotropic ecozone)
afrouxar {vip} /afɾowˈʃaɾ/ :: to loosen; to relax (to make less tight)
afrouxar {vip} :: to slacken (to become less intense)
afs {interj} [Internet slang] :: afe
afta {f} [pathology] /ˈaf.ta/ :: aphthous ulcer
aftoide {adj} [pathology] :: aphthoid (resembling aphtha)
aftóide {adj} :: obsolete spelling of aftoide
aftose {f} :: aphthosis (aphthous stomatitis)
aftoso {adj} :: aphthous
aftovírus {m} :: aphthovirus (any virus of the genus Aphthovirus)
afugentar {vt} /ɐfuʒẽˈtaɾ/ :: to chase (off)
afugentar {vt} :: to shoo
afugentar {vt} :: to repel
Afula {prop} {f} :: Afula (town)
afundamento {m} :: sinking (the process of sinking)
afundar {vp} :: to sink (descend into liquid, etc)
afundar {vt} :: to sink (cause to sink)
afundar {vi} [basketball] :: to dunk, to slam dunk
afundir {v} :: founder (to sink)
a fundo {adv} :: thoroughly (in a thorough or complete manner)
afunhenhar {v} [regional, Sergipe] :: to disturb, to pester
afusão {f} :: affusion (pouring of liquid)
agá {m} /ɐ.ˈɣa/ :: aitch (name of the letter H, h)
agá {m} :: agha (honorific for high officials in Turkey)
agachamento {m} :: squat (position assumed by bending deeply at the knees while resting on one's feet)
agachamento {m} [weightlifting] :: squat (weightlifting: exercise)
agachar {vip} /ɐɡaˈʃaɾ/ :: to crouch; to squat
agachar {vip} :: to bend down; to duck
agachar {vip} [figurative] :: to surrender
agachar {vt} :: to hide
agadá {f} [Judaism] /ɐɣɐˈða/ :: Aggadah (parable that demonstrates a point of the Law in the Talmud)
agádico {adj} :: aggadic (pertaining to the Aggadah)
Aga Khan {m} :: Aga Khan (leader of the Ismailis)
agalactia {f} :: agalactia (failure of a mother to produce sufficient milk)
agalaxia {f} :: alternative form of agalactia
agalha {f} :: alternative form of galha
agalmatolita {f} [mineral] :: agalmatolite (soft, compact stone carved into images by the Chinese)
agalmatolite {f} :: alternative form of agalmatolita
agalmatolito {m} :: alternative form of agalmatolita
agaloando {v} :: gerund of agaloar
agaloar {v} :: to braid
agama {m} :: agama (lizard of the subfamily Agaminae)
agamaglobulinemia {f} [medicine] :: agammaglobulinemia (condition in which gammaglobulins are absent from the blood)
Agamemnon {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Agamenão
Agamêmnon {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Agamenão
Agamenão {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: Agamemnon (king of Mycenae in the Iliad)
Agamenon {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Agamenão
agami {mf} [zoology] /ɐɣɐˈmi/ :: agami (a South American bird, Psophia crepitans (grey-winged trumpeter))
agamicamente {adv} :: agamically (in an agamic manner)
agâmico {adj} [biology, of reproduction] :: agamic (occurring without the union of male and female gametes)
agamospermia {f} [botany] :: agamospermy (asexual production of embryos and seeds)
agangliónico {adj} [European orthography, physiology] :: aganglionic (without ganglia)
agangliônico {adj} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative spelling of agangliónico
aganglionose {f} [medicine] :: aganglionosis (absence of ganglia)
agapanto {m} :: agapanthus (any member of the genus Agapanthus of flowering plants)
ágape {morf} [Christianity] :: agape
agapismo {m} :: agapism (selfless, brotherly love)
agapornis {m} :: lovebird (parrot of the genus Agapornis)
Agar {prop} {f} [biblical character] :: Hagar (mother of Ishmael)
agar-agar {m} :: agar (a material obtained from a marine alga)
agárico {m} :: agaric (any fungus having a cap with gills)
agarófita {f} :: agarophyte (seaweed that produces agar)
agaropectina {f} [biochemistry] :: agaropectin (part of agar that is not agarose)
agarose {f} :: agarose (polysaccharide extracted from agar)
agarrador {m} :: grabber (someone or something that grabs)
agarrador {adj} :: who or which grabs
agarramento {m} :: grab (the act of grabbing)
agarramento {m} [slang] :: intimate physical acts with someone
agarramento {m} [slang] :: extreme closeness with someone
agarrando {v} :: gerund of agarrar
agarrar {vt} /ˌa.ɡa.ˈʁa(ʁ)/ :: to grab; to grip; to grasp (to hold, or take hold of, forcefully)
agarrar {vt} :: to claw (to grab or strike with one’s claws)
agarrar {v} [em, .pronominal] :: to hold on (to); to cling (to) (to hold very tightly)
agarrar {v} [em, a, .figurative, .pronominal] :: to cling to; to love (to be very fond of; to feel strongly about)
agarrar {v} [com, a, .pronominal] :: to have a go at; to brawl with; to get physical with (to engage in a physical fight)
agarrar {vt} :: to get physical with (to make physical contact sexually)
Agarta {prop} {f} :: alternative form of Agartha
Agartala {prop} {f} :: Agartala (city/state capital)
Agartha {prop} {f} :: Agartha (legendary city)
agasalhar {v} /ɐ.ɣɐ.zɐ.ˈʎaɾ/ :: to wrap up, cover (with a blanket), muffle
agasalho {m} /ɐ.ɣɐ.ˈza.ʎu/ :: warm clothing, winter clothing (coat, jacket, sweater etc.)
agastamento {m} [archaic] /a.ɡas.ta.ˈmẽ.tu/ :: irritation (the state of being annoyed, irritated)
agastamento {m} [archaic] :: ire; wrath (extreme anger)
agastando {v} :: gerund of agastar
agastar {v} :: to annoy, vex
ágata {f} :: agate (mineral)
Ágata {prop} {f} :: given name
Agatha {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Ágata
Ágatha {prop} {f} :: given name
agatologia {f} :: agathology (the science or theory of goodness)
agatológico {adj} :: agathological (pertaining to agathology)
agave {m} :: agave (plant of the genus Agave)
Agdistis {prop} {m} [Greek god] :: Agdistis (being in Greek Mythology)
agelasta {adj} :: agelastic (who does not laugh)
agelasta {mf} :: agelast (one who never laughs)
-agem {suffix} /ˈaʒɐ̃j̃/ :: Forms uncountable nouns, from verbs, meaning the practice of doing what is expressed by the verb
-agem {suffix} :: Forms nouns, from verbs, meaning the an instance of doing what is expressed by the verb
-agem {suffix} :: Forms nouns, from nouns expressing a type of person, meaning attitude or an act expected from that kind of person
-agem {suffix} :: Forms nouns, from nouns, meaning a collection of things; -age
-agem {suffix} :: Forms nouns for concepts related to the suffixed word
agência {f} /ɐˈʒẽsjɐ/ :: agency
agência de casamento {f} :: marriage agency (business)
agência de segurança {f} :: security service (government organisation that aims to protect its nation and its secrets from enemies)
agência de viagens {f} :: travel agency (company)
agenciador {m} :: bookmaker (a person who calculates odds and accepts bets; a bookie)
agencial {adj} :: agential (pertaining to an agent or an agency)
agenda {f} /ɐˈʒẽdɐ/ :: schedule (time-based plan of events)
agenda {f} :: booklet where a schedule is kept
agenda {f} :: planner; a personal phone book; an organizer
agendar {v} :: schedule (to create a schedule)
agenesia {f} :: agenesis (imperfect development of the body)
a gentchi {pron} :: eye dialect of a gente
a gente {pron} /a.ˈʒẽ.tɨ/ :: See: pt a gente
a gente {pron} [colloquial] :: we (first-person plural personal pronoun, conjugated in the third person)
agente {mf} /ɐˈʒẽtɨ/ :: agent (one who exerts power)
agente duplo {mf} [espionage] :: double agent (spy)
agente funerário {mf} :: undertaker (funeral director)
agente laranja {m} :: Agent Orange (herbicide and defoliant used by the US military in Vietnam)
agente mutagénico {m} [European orthography] :: mutagen (agent or substance that can cause genetic mutation)
agente mutagênico {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of agente mutagénico
agente provocador {m} :: agent provocateur (a person who disrupts a group’s activities from within)
a gênti {pron} :: eye dialect of a gente
agentividade {f} [grammar] :: agentivity (the state or condition of being agentive)
agentivo {adj} [linguistics] :: agentive (indicating an agent)
agerato {m} :: ageratum (any of the genus Ageratum of tropical American herbs)
Agesilau {prop} {m} [Ancient Greece] :: Agesilaus (king of Sparta)
Ageu {prop} {m} [book of the bible] /a.ˈʒew/ :: Haggai (book of the Old Testament)
Ageu {prop} {m} [biblical character] :: Haggai (a prophet)
ageusia {f} :: ageusia (loss of the sense of taste)
ageustia {f} :: alternative form of ageusia
aggiornamento {m} :: aggiornamento (the reform of some teachings of the Roman Catholic Church in 1962-65)
agh {interj} :: ugh (to express disgust)
aghori {m} :: one of the Aghori (order of Hindu ascetics)
ágil {adj} :: agile
agilidade {f} :: agility
agilmente {adv} :: agilely (in an agile manner)
-ágio {suffix} :: -age (charge, toll or fee)
ágio {m} [finance] :: agio (rate earned when exchanging currency)
agiornamento {m} :: alternative spelling of aggiornamento
agiota {mf} /ɐ.ˈʒjɔ.tɐ/ :: moneylender
agiotagem {f} /ɐ.ʒju.ˈta.ʒɐ̃j̃/ :: moneylending
agiotar {v} :: to practice moneylending abusively
agir {vi} /ɐ.ˈʒiɾ/ :: to do something; to act; to function; to perform
agir {vi} :: to conduct oneself in a specific manner; to behave; to proceed
agiria {f} [medicine] /ˌa.ʒi.ˈɾi.ɐ/ :: agyria (smooth brain in cases of lissencephaly)
agitação {f} /ɐ.ʒi.tɐ.ˈsɐ̃w̃/ :: agitation
agitação {f} :: excitement, turmoil
agitação {f} :: upheaval, unrest
agitadamente {adv} /ɐʒiˌtaðɐˈmẽtɨ/ :: agitatedly (in an agitated manner)
agitado {adj} /ɐ.ʒi.ˈta.ðu/ :: agitated
agitado {adj} :: hectic
agitado {adj} :: choppy (sea)
agitador {m} :: agitator (one who agitates)
agitando {v} :: gerund of agitar
agitar {v} /ɐ.ʒi.ˈtaɾ/ :: to shake, agitate
agitar {v} :: to wave
agitativo {adj} :: agitative (tending to agitate)
agitato {adj} [music] :: agitato (played in a restless, agitated style)
agitável {adj} :: agitable (easily agitated)
agito {m} [colloquial] :: a party with lively dancing
agito {m} :: agitation (the state of being agitated)
agitprop {m} :: agitprop (Communist propaganda)
Aglaia {prop} {f} /a.ˈɡlaj.ɐ/ :: given name
aglicona {f} [organic chemistry] :: aglycone (non-sugar fragment of a glycoside)
aglicosúria {f} [medicine] :: aglycosuria (absence of sugar in the blood)
aglicosúrico {adj} :: aglycosuric (relating to or suffering from aglycosuria)
áglifo {adj} [biology, of a snake] :: aglyphous (whose teeth are not specialised for injecting venom)
aglomeração {f} :: agglomeration (act of collecting in a mass)
aglomeração {f} :: agglomeration (state of being collected in a mass)
aglomeração {f} :: swarm (a mass of people or animals in turmoil)
aglomerado {adj} :: agglomerated
aglomerado {adj} :: aggregated
aglomerado {m} :: agglomerate
aglomerado {m} :: aggregation
aglomerado estelar {m} [astronomy] :: star cluster (group of stars)
aglomerador {adj} :: agglomerative (tending to agglomerate)
aglomerador {m} :: agglomerator (device that agglomerates material)
aglomerando {v} :: gerund of aglomerar
aglomerante {adj} :: agglomerating, clustering
aglomerar {v} :: to agglomerate
aglomerativo {adj} :: agglomerative (tending to agglomerate)
aglosso {adj} :: aglossal (having no tongue)
aglutina {f} [immunology] :: agglutin (any antibody that causes agglutination of cells)
aglutinação {f} :: agglutination (act of uniting by glue or other tenacious substance)
aglutinação {f} :: agglutination (combination in which root words are united with little or no change of form or loss of meaning)
aglutinação {f} :: agglutination (clumping together of red blood cells or bacteria)
aglutinante {adj} :: agglutinant (causing to agglutinate)
aglutinante {m} :: agglutinant (substance which causes agglutination)
aglutinar {v} [of separate elements] :: coalesce (to join into a single mass)
aglutinar {v} [of a whole or a unit] :: coalesce (to form from different elements)
aglutinativo {adj} [linguistics] :: agglutinative (having words derived by combining parts)
aglutinina {f} :: agglutinin (substance that causes cells to clump)
aglutinógeno {m} [biochemistry] :: agglutinogen (any antigen that stimulates the production of an agglutinin)
agmatina {f} [biochemistry] :: agmatine (amine which is a decarboxylation product of arginine)
agminado {adj} [biology] :: agminate (grouped together)
agnação {f} :: agnation (consanguinity by a line of males)
agnatia {f} [pathology] :: agnathia (congenital lack of a jaw)
agnaticamente {adv} :: agnatically (by means of agnation)
agnático {adj} :: agnatic (of the male bloodline)
agnato {m} :: agnate (relative whose relation is traced only through male members of the family)
agnato {m} [zoology] :: agnathan (member of the superclass Agnatha of jawless vertebrates)
Agni {prop} {m} [Hinduism] :: Agni (a deity of fire)
agnocasto {m} :: chaste tree (Vitex agnus-castus, a shrub of the Mediterranean region)
agnome {m} :: agnomen (additional cognomen given, as an honour, to a Roman citizen)
agnose {f} :: agnosis (lack, denial or indifference to knowledge)
agnosia {f} [medicine] :: agnosia (the inability to recognise objects)
agnosia aperceptiva {f} [neurology] :: apperceptive agnosia (inability to recognise distinct shapes and objects)
agnóstica {f} :: female equivalent of agnóstico
agnosticamente {adv} :: agnostically (in an agnostic manner)
agnosticismo {m} /ɐɣˈnɔʃtiˈsiʒmu/ :: agnosticism (view that the existence of a God or gods is unknown, unknowable, unproven, or unprovable)
agnóstico {adj} :: agnostic
agnóstico {m} :: agnostic
agnus dei {m} [Roman Catholicism] :: Agnus Dei (liturgical chant recited as part of the Mass)
agoa {f} :: obsolete spelling of água
ágoa {f} :: obsolete spelling of água
agoada {f} :: obsolete spelling of aguada
agoar {v} :: obsolete spelling of aguar
-agogo {suffix} :: -agogue (someone who leads)
agogô {m} :: agogo bell (percussion instrument consisting of two or three small conical bells)
agoiral {adj} :: alternative form of agoural
agoirar {v} :: alternative form of agourar
agoireiro {adj} :: alternative form of agoureiro
agoirentar {v} :: alternative form of agourentar
agoirento {adj} :: alternative form of agoureiro
agoirento {m} :: alternative form of agoureiro
agoiro {m} /ɐ.ˈɣoj.ɾu/ :: omen, prophecy
agomelatina {f} :: agomelatine (a melatonergic antidepressant)
agomil {m} :: alternative form of gomil
agon {m} :: agon (a struggle between the protagonist and antagonist)
agonia {f} /ˌɐ.ɣu.ˈni.ɐ/ :: agony (violent contest or striving)
agonia {f} [uncountable] :: the state of agony
agonia {f} :: agony (symptom)
agoniadamente {adv} :: anguishedly (in an anguished manner)
agoniado {adj} :: anguished (experiencing extreme discomfort)
agonismo {m} [biochemistry] :: agonism (relationship between an agonist and a receptor)
agonista {m} :: agonist (a muscle that contracts while another relaxes)
agonista {m} [biochemistry] :: agonist (molecule that can combine with a receptor on a cell)
agonista {mf} :: agonist (someone involved in an agon)
agonistarca {mf} [Ancient Greece] :: agonistarch (one who trained persons to compete in public games and contests)
agonístico {adj} [zoology, anthropology] :: agonistic (characterised by conflict or hostility)
agonizadamente {adv} :: agonizedly (in an agonized manner)
agonizante {adj} :: agonizing (causing agony)
agonizante {mf} :: agonizer (one who is in agony)
agonizantemente {adv} :: agonizingly (in a way that causes agony)
agonizar {vi} /aɡõniˈzaχ/ :: to agonize (to suffer with agony)
agonoteta {mf} [historical] :: agonothete (officer who presided over the great public games in Ancient Greece)
agora {adv} /ɐ.ˈɡɔ.ɾɐ/ :: now; right now (at the present time)
agora {adv} :: now; any more (differently from the past)
agora {adv} :: just now (very recently)
agora {adv} :: this (in the current or next [date])
agora {conj} :: on the other hand; whereas; while (introduces an example that is the opposite of the previous example)
agora {conj} [familiar, introducing various clauses] :: sometimessometimes
ágora {f} :: agora (Ancient Greek marketplace)
agorafobia {f} :: agoraphobia
agorafóbico {adj} :: agoraphobic (pertaining to agoraphobia)
agoráfobo {m} :: agoraphobic (one who suffers from agoraphobia)
agora há pouco {adv} [set phrase] :: just now
agora já foi {interj} :: too late (the due time to do something has already passed)
agora mesmo {adv} :: right now
agora mesmo {adv} :: just now
agora que {conj} :: now that
agorinha {adv} /a.ɡɔ.ˈɾi.ɲɐ/ :: Right now or just now
agorismo {m} [politics, economics] :: agorism (philosophy that advocates the creation of a voluntaryist society through counter-economics)
agorista {adj} [economics] :: agorist (of, supporting, relating to, or advocating agorism)
agorista {mf} [economics] :: agorist (person who advocates agorism)
Agostinho {prop} {m} /ˌa.ɡos.ˈt͡ʃi.ɲu/ :: given name
Agostinho {prop} {m} [Christianity] :: Saint Augustine
agosto {m} /ɐ.ˈɡoʃ.tu/ :: August
Agosto {m} :: superseded spelling of agosto
a gota que transbordou o copo {f} [idiomatic] :: the straw that broke the camel's back (the small additional burden which causes failure)
agoural {adj} /ɐ.ɣo(w).ˈɾaɫ/ :: ominous (relating to or being an omen)
agourar {v} /ɐ.ɡo(w).ˈɾaɾ/ :: to foresee; to predict
agourar {v} :: to omen (to be an omen of)
agoureiro {adj} :: ominous
agoureiro {adj} :: superstitious
agourentar {v} :: to be a foreboding, an evil omen
agourento {adj} :: ominous (of or pertaining to an omen or to omens; being or exhibiting an omen)
agourento {adj} :: ominous (giving indication of a coming ill)
agourento {m} :: jinx (a person or thing supposed to bring bad luck)
agouro {m} /ɐ.ˈɡo(w).ɾu/ :: alternative form of agoiro
Agra {prop} {f} :: Agra (city)
agraciar {v} :: to shower (bestow liberally)
agraço {m} :: verjuice
agradação {f} [geology] :: aggradation (increase in land elevation due to the deposition of sediment)
agradacional {adj} [geology] :: aggradational (pertaining to or formed by aggradation)
agradar {vt} /ɐ.ɡɾɐ.ˈdaɾ/ :: to please
agradar {v} :: to be nice to, to fuss over
agradar {vi} :: to be pleasing, to please
agradar {v} :: to go down well
agradavel {adj} :: obsolete spelling of agradável
agradável {adj} /ɐ.ɣɾɐ.ˈða.vɛɫ/ :: pleasant, agreeable
agradável {adj} :: nice
agradavelmente {adv} :: pleasantly, agreeably
agradecer {v} /a.ɡɾˈse(ʁ)/ :: to thank
agradecer {v} :: to be grateful for
agradecimento {m} /a.ɡɾˈmẽ(j̃).tu/ :: gratitude, thankfulness
agradecimento {m} :: acknowledgement
agrado {m} /aˈɡɾa.du/ :: contentment; satisfaction; gladness; pleasure
agrado {m} :: the act of pleasing someone
agrado {m} :: treat (unexpected gift)
agrafador {m} [Portugal] /ɐ.ɡɾɐ.fɐ.ˈdoɾ/ :: stapler (device which binds together paper)
agrafar {vt} :: staple (secure with a staple)
agrafe {m} :: alternative form of agrafo
agrafia {f} :: agraphia (loss of writing ability)
agrafo {m} [Portugal] /ɐ.ˈɡɾa.fu/ :: staple (wire fastener used to secure stacks of paper)
ágrafo {adj} /ˈaɣɾɐfu/ :: illiterate
a grama do vizinho é sempre mais verde {proverb} :: the grass is always greener on the other side (literally: The neighbour's grass is always greener)
agramatical {adj} [linguistics] :: ungrammatical (in violation of a language’s grammar)
agramático {adj} :: agrammatic (pertaining to or afflicted by agrammatism)
agramatismo {m} :: agrammatism (inability to form sentences)
a granel {adv} :: in bulk (without packaging)
agranular {adj} [pathology] :: agranular (lacking granules)
agranulocítico {adj} :: agranulocytic (relating to agranulocytes)
agranulócito {m} [biochemistry] :: agranulocyte (white blood cell characterised by the absence of granules in its cytoplasm)
agranulocitose {f} [disease] :: agranulocytosis (condition involving severe leukopenia)
agrariedade {f} :: agrarianness (the quality of being agrarian)
agrário {adj} :: agricultural
agrário {adj} :: agrarian
agrarismo {m} :: agrarianism (philosophy that advocates an equitable distribution of land)
agravação {f} :: aggravation (act of aggravating)
agravadamente {adv} :: aggravatedly (in an aggravated manner)
agravador {m} :: aggravator (one who or that which aggravates)
agravador {adj} :: aggravating (which or who aggravates)
agravamento {m} :: aggravation
agravando {v} :: gerund of agravar
agravante {adj} :: aggravating
agravantemente {adv} [rare] :: aggravatingly (in an aggravating manner)
agravar {vt} :: to aggravate; to worsen
agravar {vt} :: to increase
agravar {vt} :: to offend
agravar {vp} :: to get worse
agravar {vp} :: to be offended
agravo {m} :: grievance
agre {adj} :: alternative form of acre
agre {m} :: alternative form of acre
agrecanase {f} [biochemistry] :: aggrecanase (proteolytic enzyme that acts on aggrecans)
agrecano {m} [protein] :: aggrecan (a proteoglycan that is a major component of cartilage)
agredir {vt} :: to assault, attack
agregabilidade {f} :: aggregability (tendency to aggregate)
agregação {f} :: aggregation
agregadamente {adv} :: aggregately (in an aggregated manner)
agregado {m} [Buddhism] :: skandha
agregador {m} [internet] :: aggregator (feed reader)
agregando {v} :: gerund of agregar
agregar {v} :: to aggregate
agregar {v} :: to accrete
agregativo {adj} :: aggregative (which aggregates)
agregável {adj} :: aggregatable (able to be aggregated)
agregómetro {m} [European orthography, medicine] :: aggregometer (device used to measure the adhesive aggregation of platelets)
agregômetro {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative spelling of agregómetro
agremiação {f} [countable] :: society (group of persons who meet from time to time to engage in a common interest)
agressão {f} :: aggression
agressina {f} [biology] :: aggressin (substance that enhances the virulence of the bacteria)
agressivamente {adv} :: aggressively
agressividade {f} :: aggressiveness
agressivo {adj} :: aggressive
agressoma {m} [physiology] :: aggresome (proteinaceous inclusion body that forms when cellular degradation machinery is impaired)
agressor {m} :: aggressor (the person or country that makes an aggression)
agreste {adj} /ɐ.ˈɣɾɛʃ.tɨ/ :: rural, rustic, wild, uncultivated
agreste {adj} :: harsh
agreste {adj} :: rude
agri- {prefix} :: alternative form of agro-
agrião {m} :: cress
agrião {m} :: watercress
agrião-dos-prados {m} :: cuckooflower; lady's smock (Cardamine pratensis, a small flowering plant of Eurasia)
agrícola {adj} /a.ˈɡɾi.ko.lɐ/ :: agricultural (relating to agriculture, farming)
agricolamente {adv} :: agriculturally (in a manner pertaining to agriculture)
agricultor {m} :: farmer (person who plants crops or keeps livestock)
agricultura {f} :: agriculture, farming
agricultural {adj} :: agricultural (relating to agriculture)
agriculturalização {f} :: alternative form of agriculturização
agriculturização {f} :: agriculturalization (the process of agriculturalizing)
agridoce {adj} :: bittersweet (both bitter and sweet)
Agrigento {prop} {f} /ˌa.ɡɾiˈʒẽ.tu/ :: Agrigento (province/and/city)
agrilhoar {vt} :: to fetter (to shackle or bind up with fetters)
agrilhoar {vt} [figurative] :: to fetter (to restrain or impede; to hamper)
agrimensor {m} :: surveyor (person occupied with land surveying)
agrimensora {f} :: feminine noun of agrimensor
agrimónia {f} [European orthography] :: agrimony (any plant of the genus Agrimonia)
agrimônia {f} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of agrimónia
agriturismo {m} :: alternative form of agroturismo
agro- {prefix} :: agro-; agri- (denoting agriculture)
agrobactéria {f} :: agrobacterium (soil bacterium of the genus Agrobacterium)
agrobiologia {f} :: agrobiology (the science of plant life and nutrition)
agrobiológico {adj} :: agrobiologic (of or pertaining to agrobiology)
agrobiotecnologia {f} :: agrobiotechnology (the application of biotechnology to agriculture)
agrobiotecnológico {adj} :: agrobiotechnological
agroclimático {adj} :: agroclimatic (relating to agriculture and climate)
agrocombustível {m} :: agrofuel (any biofuel produced by agricultural means)
agroecologia {f} :: agroecology (the application of ecology to agriculture)
agroecológico {adj} :: agroecological (pertaining to agroecology)
agroeconómico {adj} [European orthography] :: agroeconomic (relating to the economics of agriculture)
agroeconômico {adj} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative spelling of agroeconómico
agroecossistema {m} :: agroecosystem (conceptual model of an agricultural system)
agroexportador {adj} :: exporting agricultural products
agroexportador {m} :: agricultural exporter
agrofloresta {f} :: agroforest (forest used for agroforestry)
agroindústria {f} :: agroindustry (agricultural activity of an area viewed as an industrial sector)
agroindustrial {adj} :: agroindustrial (relating to agriculture and industry)
Agrolândia {prop} :: Agrolândia (municipality)
agrometeorologia {f} :: agrometeorology (the study of the weather to help with agriculture)
agrometeorológico {adj} :: agrometeorological (relating to agrometeorology)
agronegociante {mf} :: agribusinessman (businessman involved in agribusiness)
agronegócio {m} :: agribusiness (big business connected to agriculture)
agronomia {f} :: agronomy (science of producing plants)
Agronômica {prop} :: Agronômica (municipality)
agronomicamente {adv} :: agronomically (with reference to agronomics)
agronómico {adj} [European orthography] :: agronomic (relating to agronomy)
agronômico {adj} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative spelling of agronómico
agrónomo {m} [European orthography] :: agronomist (scientist specialised in agronomy)
agrônomo {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative spelling of agrónomo
agropastoril {adj} :: agropastoral (based upon agriculture and the rearing of sheep)
agropecuária {f} :: the combination of agriculture and livestock raising
agropecuário {adj} :: of or relating to agriculture and livestock raising
agroproduto {m} :: agriproduct (any product of agriculture)
agroquímica {f} [chemistry] :: agrochemistry (branch of chemistry related to agriculture)
agroquímica {f} :: feminine noun of agroquímico
agroquímico {m} :: agrochemist (chemist who works in the field of agrochemistry)
agroquímico {adj} :: agrochemical (relating to agrochemistry)
agrossilvopastoril {adj} :: agrosilvopastoral (relating to crops, forestry and the pasturage of animals)
agrossistema {m} :: agrisystem (agricultural system)
agrostologia {f} :: agrostology (study of grasses)
agrostológico {adj} :: agrostological (pertaining to agrostology)
agrostólogo {m} :: agrostologist (one who studies agrostology)
agrotécnico {adj} :: agrotechnical (relating to agrotechnology)
agrotecnologia {f} :: agrotechnology (the application of modern technology to agriculture)
agrotecnólogo {m} :: agrotechnician (agrotechnology worker)
agroterrorismo {m} :: agroterrorism (terrorism designed to damage the agriculture of a state)
agrotóxico {adj} :: agrotoxic
agrotóxico {m} :: pesticide
agroturismo {m} :: agritourism (tourism in which tourists stay in farms)
agrupamento {m} /ɐɣɾupɐˈmẽtu/ :: grouping
agrupamento {m} :: swarm
agrupamento {m} :: cluster
agrupando {v} :: gerund of agrupar
agrupar {v} /ɐɣɾuˈpaɾ/ :: to group together
agrupar {v} :: to cluster
agrura {f} :: bitterness, grief
agrura {f} :: difficulty, obstacle
agua {f} :: obsolete spelling of água
água {f} /ˈa.ɡwɐ/ :: water
água Apollinaris {f} :: Apollinaris water (mineral water obtained from a spring in Apollinarisburg)
água benta {f} [Christianity] :: holy water (water, sanctified)
Água Boa {prop} :: Água Boa (municipality)
aguaçal {m} :: wetland, marsh, swamp
aguaceiro {m} :: cloudburst (sudden heavy rainstorm)
água cinza {f} :: grey water (non-potable, but non-toxic water)
Água Comprida {prop} :: Água Comprida (municipality)
aguaçu {mf} :: alternative form of babaçu
aguaçú {mf} :: obsolete form of babaçu
aguada {f} :: the acquisition of a supply of water
água da torneira {f} :: tap water (water from a tap)
água-de-cheiro {f} :: eau de Cologne; cologne (type of perfume)
água de coco {f} :: coconut water
água-de-colónia {f} [European orthography] :: eau de Cologne; cologne (type of perfume)
água-de-colônia {f} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of água-de-colónia
aguadeiro {m} /a.ɡwɐ.ˈdɐj.ɾu/ :: water carrier
aguadeiro {m} :: water seller
água de rosas {f} :: rosewater (a liquid produced by steeping rose petals in water)
água deuterada {f} [chemistry] :: heavy water (water containing deuterium instead of normal hydrogen)
aguado {adj} /a.ˈɡwa.du/ :: diluted in water
aguado {adj} :: watery (having too much water)
aguado {adj} [of eyes] :: watery (filled with tears)
aguado {adj} [rare] :: which failed, wasn’t successful
aguado {adj} :: expressionless
água doce {f} :: fresh water (water without salt)
Água Doce {prop} :: Água Doce (municipality)
água do mar {f} :: seawater
água dura {f} [chemistry] :: hard water
água encanada {f} :: tap water (water from a tap)
água-forte {f} [alchemy] :: aqua fortis (a solvent for dissolving all metals except gold)
Água Fria {prop} :: Água Fria (municipality)
água gaseificada {f} :: soda water (water with carbon dioxide)
Aguaí {prop} {f} :: Aguaí (municipality)
água-marinha {f} :: aquamarine (type of beryl)
água-mel {f} [Algarve, Alentejo] :: mead (alcoholic drink made from fermented honey)
água mineral {f} :: mineral water
água mole {f} [chemistry] :: soft water
água mole em pedra dura tanto bate até que fura {proverb} /ˈa.ɣwɐ ˈmɔ.l(ɨ) ɐ̃j̃ ˈpɛ.ðɾɐ ˈðu.ɾɐ ˈtɐ̃.tu ˈβa.t(ɨ) ɐ.ˈtɛ kɨ ˈfu.ɾɐ/ :: If you persevere in doing something long enough, the desired effect will eventually be achieved
água-neve {f} :: sleet (mixture of rain and snow)
Aguanil {prop} :: Aguanil (municipality)
água oxigenada {f} [inorganic compound] :: hydrogen peroxide (H2O2, a liquid used as a mild antiseptic or bleaching agent)
água pesada {f} [chemistry] :: heavy water (water containing deuterium instead of normal hydrogen)
aguar {vt} /ɐˈɡwaɾ/ :: to water
aguardando {v} :: gerund of aguardar
aguardar {v} [por] :: to await
aguardar {vt} :: to expect
aguardar {vt} :: to obey
aguardar {vi} :: to wait
aguardente {f} /a.ɣwaɾ.ˈðẽ.tɨ/ :: spirit (distilled alcoholic drink)
água régia {f} [historical, inorganic chemistry] :: aqua regia (mixture of acids)
aguaruna {m} :: Aguaruna (Jivaroan language spoken in Peru)
água sanitária {f} :: bleach (chemical used to disinfect clothes)
Água Santa {prop} :: Água Santa (municipality)
Aguascalientes {prop} {f} :: Aguascalientes (state)
Aguascalientes {prop} {f} :: Aguascalientes (city/state capital)
Águas da Prata {prop} :: Águas da Prata (municipality)
Águas de Chapecó {prop} :: Águas de Chapecó (municipality)
Águas de Lindóia {prop} :: Águas de Lindóia (municipality)
Águas de Santa Bárbara {prop} :: Águas de Santa Bárbara (municipality)
Águas de São Pedro {prop} :: Águas de São Pedro (municipality)
Águas Formosas {prop} :: Águas Formosas (municipality)
Águas Frias {prop} :: Águas Frias (municipality)
Águas Mornas {prop} :: Águas Mornas (municipality)
águas passadas {fp} [idiomatic] :: water under the bridge (things not worth worrying about any more)
águas passadas não movem moinhos {proverb} :: let bygones be bygones (past offences should be disregarded)
aguassú {mf} :: obsolete form of babaçu
Águas Vermelhas {prop} :: Águas Vermelhas (municipality)
água-tinta {f} [art] :: aquatint (a form of etching with acid on a plate)
água-tofana {f} :: aqua Tofana (a strong poison used in 17th century Italy)
água tónica {f} [European orthography] :: tonic water (carbonated beverage)
água tônica {f} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of água tónica
água-viva {f} /ˈa.ɡwa ˈvi.vɐ/ :: jellyfish (free-swimming, umbrella-shaped cnidarian)
aguazil {m} :: alguazil (officer of the law)
aguazil {m} :: provincial governor
aguça {f} /ɐˈɣusɐ/ :: pencil sharpener
aguça {f} [dated] :: speed, haste
aguçado {adj} /a.ɡu.ˈsa.du/ :: sharp (able to cut easily)
aguçado {adj} :: sharp (able to pierce easily)
aguçado {adj} [figurative, of a sense] :: acute
aguçado {adj} [figurative] :: argute; shrewd
aguçando {v} :: gerund of aguçar
aguçar {v} /ɐɣuˈsaɾ/ :: to sharpen
aguçar {v} :: to whet
agudamente {adv} :: acutely (in an acute manner)
agudez {f} :: wit (ability to think quickly)
agudez {f} :: pitch (perceived frequency of sound)
agudeza {f} :: wit (ability to think quickly)
agudeza {f} :: pitch (perceived frequency of sound)
agudo {adj} /ɐ.ˈɣu.ðu/ :: acute
agudo {adj} :: sharp
Agudo {prop} :: Agudo (municipality)
Agudos {prop} {f} :: Agudos (municipality)
Agudos do Sul {prop} :: Agudos do Sul (town/and/municipality)
Águeda {prop} {f} /ˈaɡɨdɐ/ :: Águeda (city/and/municipality)
agueiro {m} :: gutter (duct or channel beneath the eaves)
aguentando {v} :: gerund of aguentar
agüentando {v} :: gerund of agüentar
aguentar {vti} /a.ɡwẽ.ˈta(ʁ)/ :: to bear, to put up with
aguentar {vi} :: to hold out; to hold on
aguentar {vp} :: to hold; to hold up
agüentar {v} :: obsolete spelling of aguentar
aguerrido {adj} /a.ɡe.ˈʁi.du/ :: veteran, hardened
aguerrido {adj} :: experienced
aguerrido {adj} :: brave, aggressive
aguia {f} :: obsolete spelling of águia
águia {f} /ˈa.ɣjɐ/ :: eagle (any of several large carnivorous birds in the family Accipitridae)
águia {f} :: eagle (representation of such an eagle (bird) carried as an emblem)
águia {f} [heraldiccharge] ::   eagle (representation of such a bird on a coat of arms)
águia {f} [figurative] :: a born leader
Águia {prop} {f} [constellation] :: Aquila (summer constellation of the northern sky)
águia americana {f} :: bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus, an eagle of North America)
águia calva {f} :: bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus, an eagle of North America)
águia careca {f} :: bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus, an eagle of North America)
águia-de-asa-redonda {f} :: buzzard (genus Buteo)
águia filipina {f} :: Philippine eagle (Pithecophaga jefferyi, aspecies of eagle of the Philippines)
aguião {m} /ɐ.ˈɣjɐ̃w̃/ :: north wind
aguião {m} :: north (compass point)
águia pesqueira {f} :: alternative spelling of águia-pesqueira
águia-pesqueira {f} :: osprey (bird of prey)
Aguiar da Beira {prop} /ɐɣiˈaɾ ðɐ ˈβɐjɾɐ/ :: Aguiar da Beira (village/and/municipality)
aguia real {f} :: obsolete spelling of águia-real
águia real {f} :: alternative spelling of águia-real
águia-real {f} :: golden eagle (large bird of prey)
aguilhão {m} :: stinger (pointed portion of an insect)
aguilhoando {v} :: gerund of aguilhoar
aguilhoar {v} :: to spur
aguilhoar {v} :: to sting
Aguinaldo {prop} {m} :: given name
aguisar {vt} :: to arrange; to dispose
agulha {f} /ɐˈɡuʎɐ/ :: needle (implement for sewing)
agulha {f} :: needle (thin device for indicating measurements on a dial or graph)
agulha {f} [botany] :: pine needle
agulha {f} [architecture] :: spire (tapering structure built on a roof or tower)
agulha {f} [rail transport] :: switch; point (movable section of railroad track)
agulha {f} [figurative] :: piquancy
agulha de tricô {f} :: knitting needle (thin rod used to knit yarn)
agulha num palheiro {f} [idiomatic] :: needle in a haystack
agulhão {m} :: needlefish (slender marine fish in the family Belonidae)
agulhão {m} :: a sharp rock in a riverbed
agulheiro {m} :: needlecase (case for keeping needles)
agulheta {f} :: aiglet; aglet (tip on a cord or lace)
agulheta {f} :: nozzle (short, tapering tip at the end of a hose)
aguona {f} [rare] :: augmentative of água
agutipuru {m} :: Sciurus aestuans (Brazilian squirrel)
ah {interj} /a/ :: ah! (expression of relief, realization, awe)
ah {interj} :: ah! (expression of woe, grief)
ahá {interj} :: aha! (exclamation of sudden realisation)
ah ah ah {interj} [comics] :: hahaha (a laugh)
aham {interj} [colloquial] /ɐˈhɐ̃/ :: Mhm; uh-huh (yes)
aham {interj} [used ironically] :: Expresses disbelief.
ahamkara {m} [Hinduism] :: ahamkara (the ego in Hinduism)
Ahasvero {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Assuero
Ahasverus {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Assuero
ahi {adv} :: obsolete spelling of
ahimsa {mf} :: ahimsa (doctrine of non-violence in Jainism, Hinduism and Buddhism)
ahinda {adv} :: obsolete spelling of ainda
a história se repete {proverb} :: history repeats itself
Ahmadia {f} :: Ahmadiyya (Islamic denomination founded by Mirza Ghulam Ahmed)
Ahmadiyya {f} :: alternative form of Ahmadia
Ahmedabad {prop} {f} :: Ahmedabad (largest city)
Ahmedabade {prop} {f} :: rare form of Ahmedabad
Ah Puch {prop} {m} [Maya mythology] :: Ah Puch (personification of death in Maya mythology)
ah, tá {interj} :: used when realizing something that was not understood before
ah, tá {interj} :: used ironically to express disbelief
ahu {m} [rare] :: ahu (stone platform for moai)
Ahura Masda {prop} {m} :: rare spelling of Ahura Mazda
Ahura-Masda {prop} {m} :: rare spelling of Ahura Mazda
Ahura Mazda {prop} {m} [Zoroastrianism] :: Ahura Mazda (the one God of Zoroaster)
Ahura-Mazda {prop} {m} :: alternative spelling of Ahura Mazda
ah, vá {interj} [colloquial] :: no duh (implying that a statement is rather obvious)
ahy {adv} :: obsolete spelling of
ahynda {adv} :: obsolete spelling of ainda
-ai {suffix} :: forms the 2nd-person plural affirmative imperative of 1st conjugation verbs; appended to the stem
ai {interj} /aj/ :: ouch (expression of physical pain)
ai {interj} :: oh (expression of concern)
Ai {prop} {f} [biblical] :: Ai (ancient city)
Ai {prop} {f} [biblical] :: Ai (ancient city)
{adv} /ɐ.ˈi/ :: there (close to the second person (you))
{adv} :: towards the second person
{adv} :: then (soon afterwards)
{adv} :: in this case; in this situation
{interj} :: yeah! (expressing joy, celebration, glee, etc.)
AI-5 {prop} {m} :: A major decree (which lasted from 1968 to 1978) issued by the military dictatorship (1964–1985) in Brazil, which overruled the Constitution and included institutionalizing censorship of the media, forfeiting the mandates of some politicians and some people's right to vote
aia {f} :: lady-in-waiting
aia {f} :: tutor, teacher
aia {f} :: chambermaid
Aiaie {prop} {f} :: alternative form of Eeia
aião {m} :: swift (small bird of the family Apodidae)
aiatolá {m} :: ayatollah (a religious leader)
aicebergue {m} :: iceberg
Aichi {prop} {f} :: Aichi (prefecture)
Aída {prop} {f} :: given name
Áidano {prop} {m} [rare] :: given name
ai de mim {phrase} :: alas, woe is me (exclamation of sorrow)
aidética {n} :: feminine of aidético
aidético {adj} [Brazil, medicine] /aj.ˈdɛ.t(ʃ)i.ku/ :: living with AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome)
aidético {m} [Brazil, medicine] :: someone living with AIDS
AIDS {f} [Brazil, disease] /ˈajds/ :: AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome)
aie-aie {m} :: aye-aye
aí está {phrase} :: there you have it (that is it, that is the situation or state of things)
a ignorância é uma bênção {proverb} :: ignorance is bliss (it is more comfortable not to know certain things)
aikido {m} :: aikido (a Japanese martial art)
aikidô {m} :: alternative form of aikido
aikidoca {mf} :: aikidoka (one who practices aikido)
ailanto {m} :: ailanthus (tree)
aileron {m} :: aileron (hinged part on trailing edge of airplane wing)
aimara {mf} :: alternative form of aimará
aimara {m} :: alternative form of aimará
aimará {mf} :: one of the Aymara (indigenous people of South America)
aimará {m} :: Aymara (language of the Aymara people)
Aimorés {prop} :: Aimorés (municipality)
Ain {prop} {m} :: Ain (department)
ainda {adv} /ɐ.ˈĩ.dɐ/ :: still, yet (up to a time)
ainda {adv} :: even (emphasises a comparative)
ainda {adv} :: someday (at some time in the future)
ainda {adv} :: only (as recently as)
ainda {adv} :: at least
ainda {adv} :: even (implying an extreme example in the case mentioned)
ainda {adv} :: still; nevertheless (in spite of what preceded)
ainda {adv} :: besides
ainda assim {adv} [conjunctive] :: still; nevertheless; nonetheless
ainda bem {phrase} :: thank goodness (expresses gratitude)
ainda mais {conj} :: let alone; not to mention
ainda por cima {adv} :: furthermore (when something negative follows)
ainhum {m} [medicine] /aj.ˈɲũ/ :: ainhum (constriction of the base of the fifth toe)
aino {adj} :: Ainu (pertaining to ethnic group or language)
aino {m} :: Ainu (language)
ainoco {m} [Brazil] :: A person with mixed Caucasian and Japanese origin, especially in the southern states
ainu {adj} /ajˈnu/ :: Ainu (pertaining to ethnic group or language)
ainu {mf} :: Ainu (member of the ethnic group)
ainu {mf} [uncountable] :: Ainu language
aio {m} /ˈaj.u/ :: a hired tutor
aioli {m} :: aioli (a type of sauce made from garlic, egg, lemon juice and olive oil)
aipim {m} /ajˈpĩ/ :: cassava, manioc (Manihot esculenta)
aipo {m} :: Celery (herb, Apium graveolens)
aipo-rábano {m} :: celeriac (Apium graveolens, a species of celery)
Aiquara {prop} :: Aiquara (municipality)
airando {v} :: gerund of airar
airar {v} :: to anger
airbag {m} /ɛɾ.ˈbɛ.ɡi/ :: airbag
airedale {mf} :: Airedale Terrier (a breed of large, rough-haired dog)
airela {m} /aj.ˈɾɛ.lɐ/ :: cranberry
air guitar {mf} :: air guitar (imaginary guitar that a person pretends to play)
airo {m} :: guillemot (any of the seabirds in the genus Uria)
airoso {adj} /ajˈɾozu/ :: comely, graceful, genteel
airôso {adj} :: obsolete spelling of airoso
-ais {suffix} /ˈajʃ/ :: forms the second-person plural present indicative of first-conjugation verbs
-ais {suffix} :: forms the second-person plural present subjunctive of second- and third-conjugation verbs
-ais {suffix} :: forms the second-person plural negative imperative of second- and third-conjugation verbs
aí sim {interj} [Brazil, slang] :: oh yeah, now you're talking (expression of joy or agreement)
aí sim {interj} :: See: pt sim
Aisne {prop} {m} :: Aisne (department)
Aisne {prop} {m} :: Aisne (river)
aistoricamente {adv} :: alternative form of anistoricamente
aistórico {adj} :: alternative form of anistórico
aí tem {phrase} :: See: pt tem
aí tem {phrase} :: there’s something fishy about that
Aiuruoca {prop} :: Aiuruoca (municipality)
Aizu {prop} {f} :: Aizu (region)
Ajaccio {prop} {f} :: Ajaccio (caplc)
a jato {m} :: clipping of avião a jato; jet plane
Ajax {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Ájax
Ájax {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: Ajax (hero of the Trojan War)
ajeitar {v} :: to adjust
ajmalicina {f} [organic compound] :: ajmalicine (an antihypertensive drug)
ajmalina {f} :: ajmaline (an antiarrhythmic drug)
ajoelhando {v} :: gerund of ajoelhar
ajoelhar {vpi} [or (rare)] /ɐ.ʒwɨ.ˈʎaɾ/ :: to kneel (to stoop down and rest on one’s knees)
ajoelhar {v} [a, diante de, .figurative, .pronominal] :: to kneel to (to accept defeat; to accept someone’s superiority)
ajoelhar {vt} :: to make someone kneel
ajoelhar {vt} [figurative, poetic] :: to subjugate (to forcibly impose obedience or servitude)
ajuda {f} [uncountable] /ɐ.ˈʒu.ðɐ/ :: help, assistance, aid
ajuda {f} :: an act of helping or assisting
ajuda {f} :: something which helps or assists
ajuda {f} [computing] :: helpfile
ajuda {interj} :: help (I/we desperately need assistance)
ajudador {m} :: helper
ajudante {mf} /ɐʒuˈðɐ̃tɨ/ :: helper, assistant
ajudante {mf} :: aide, adjutant
ajudar {v} /ɐ.ʒu.ˈðaɾ/ :: to help, aid; to assist
ajuizado {adj} :: wise
ajuizar {v} :: to judge
ajuntamento {m} /ɐ.ʒũ.tɐ.ˈmẽ.tu/ :: gathering
ajuntamento {m} :: assembly
ajuntamento {m} :: throng
ajuntando {v} :: gerund of ajuntar
ajuntar {v} /ɐ.ʒũ.ˈtaɾ/ :: to gather, collect, round up
Ajuricaba {prop} :: Ajuricaba (municipality)
ajustabilidade {f} :: adjustability (the condition of being adjustable)
ajustado {adj} /ɐˈʒuʃtaðu/ :: adjusted
ajustado {adj} :: tight, tight-fitting
ajustador {m} :: adjuster (one who adjusts)
ajustamento {m} :: adjustment (small change)
ajustando {v} :: gerund of ajustar
ajustar {v} /ɐˈʒuʃtaɾ/ :: to adjust
ajustar {v} :: to adapt
ajustar {v} :: to fit
ajustável {adj} :: adjustable (capable of being adjusted)
ajustavelmente {adv} :: adjustably (in a way that is adjustable)
ajuste {m} /ɐˈʒuʃtɨ/ :: adjustment
a justo título {adv} :: fairly, rightfully
AK-47 {f} :: AK-47 (the Soviet-built 1947 Kalashnikov assault rifle)
Akaba {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Acaba
akan {m} :: The Akan language
akawaio {m} :: Akawaio (a northern Carib language)
akermanita {f} [mineral] :: åkermanite (a melilite mineral of the sorosilicate group)
Akiko {prop} {f} :: given name
Akio {prop} {m} :: given name
Akira {prop} {m} :: given name
akita {mf} :: Akita (a Japanese dog breed)
Akita {prop} {f} /a.ˈki.tɐ/ :: Akita (city/and/prefecture)
Akrotiri e Dhekelia {prop} :: Akrotiri e Dhekelia (overseas territory)
Aksai Chin {prop} {m} :: Aksai Chin (macroregion)
aksumita {mf} :: alternative spelling of axumita
aksumita {adj} :: alternative spelling of axumita
Akureyri {prop} {f} :: Akureyri (city)
akvavit {m} :: alternative form of aquavit
-al {suffix} /ˈaɫ/ :: appended to noun X, forms adjectives meaning “of or pertaining to X”
-al {suffix} :: forms synonyms of adjectives containing the suffix -ico
-al {suffix} :: appended to noun X, forms nouns meaning “a collection X” or “a large quantity of X”
-al {suffix} :: appended to noun X, forms nouns meaning “a place where there is plenty of X”
-al {suffix} :: appended to the name of a plant, forms nouns meaning “a field where that plant is cultivated”
-al {suffix} [chemistry] :: forms the names of alcohols
-al {suffix} [chemistry] :: forms the names of aldehydes
al {pron} [obsolete] /ˈaɫ/ :: everything, the rest
al {pron} [obsolete] :: other, another
AL {prop} :: abbreviation of Alagoas (Brazilian state)
ala {f} /ˈa.lɐ/ :: section, wing
alá {interj} /a.ˈla/ :: eye dialect of olha lá
Alá {prop} {m} [Islam] /a.ˈla/ :: Allah (the Islamic god)
Alá akbar {interj} [Islam] :: Allahu akbar (Muslim takbir (proclamation))
alabama {m} /ˌalaˈbɐma/ :: Alabama (language)
Alabama {prop} {m} :: Alabama (state)
Alabama {prop} {m} :: Alabama (river)
alabandita {f} [mineral] :: alabandite (mineral form of manganese sulfide)
alabão {m} :: a milk flock of sheep or of she-goats
alabarca {m} :: alabarch (chief magistrate of the Jews in Alexandria under the Ptolemies and Roman emperors)
alabarda {f} /ˌa.lɐ.ˈbaɾ.ðɐ/ :: halberd (weapon)
alabastrino {adj} :: alabastrine (pertaining or similar to alabaster)
alabastro {m} :: alabaster
alacir {m} :: harvest of wine, vintage
alacir {m} :: harvest of olives
alacloro {m} :: alachlor (a chloroacetanilide herbicide)
alacridade {f} :: alacrity; eagerness
alacrimia {f} [pathology] :: alacrimia (congenital inability to produce tears)
Aladdin {prop} {m} :: alternative spelling of Aladim
Aladim {prop} {m} [Arabian folklore] /ˌˈd͡ʒĩ/ :: Aladdin (young man who finds a lamp with a genie)
Aladin {prop} {m} :: alternative spelling of Aladim
alado {adj} /a.ˈla.du/ :: winged (having wings)
alafim {m} :: Alaafin (emperor of the Oyo Empire)
alagadiço {adj} :: marshy (often flooded)
alagadiço {m} :: wetland, marsh, swamp
alagando {v} :: gerund of alagar
alagar {v} :: to flood
alagar {v} :: to inundate
alagoa {f} :: alternative form of lagoa
Alagoa {prop} :: Alagoa (municipality)
alagoano {adj} :: Of or pertaining to Alagoas
alagoano {m} :: Someone from Alagoas
Alagoas {prop} {m} {fp} /ˌˈɡo.ɐs/ :: Alagoas (state)
Alagoinhas {prop} :: Alagoinhas (municipality)
Alahabad {prop} {f} :: alternative form of Allahabad
alakazam {interj} :: alakazam (magic word used in conjuring)
alalia {f} [medicine] :: alalia (loss of the ability to speak)
alamanda {f} :: allamanda (Allamanda cathartica)
Alambari {prop} {f} :: Alambari (municipality)
alambicado {adj} :: distilled
alambicado {adj} :: relating to a still
alambicado {adj} :: affected, conceited, pretentious
alambicado {adj} :: complicated, convoluted
alambicar {v} :: to distill
alambicar {v} [by extension] :: to refine
alambicar {v} [by extension] :: to complicate excessively
alambicar {v} :: to scrutinize, to examine closely
alambicar {vp} :: to become pretentious
alambique {m} /ɐ.lɐ̃.ˈbi.kɨ/ :: alembic (chemical apparatus used to purify substances by distillation)
alambique {m} :: still (device for distilling liquids)
Alambra {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Alhambra
alambrado {m} :: wire netting (hexagonal network of interwoven wire)
alambre {m} :: amber (fossil resin)
alameda {f} /ɐ.lɐ.ˈme.ðɐ/ :: an avenue, street or other pathway lined with trees
alamêda {f} :: obsolete spelling of alameda
álamo {m} /ˈ :: poplar (any of the trees in the genus Populus)
Álamo {prop} {m} :: Álamo (fort)
álamo branco {m} :: white poplar; abele (Populus alba, a poplar of Europe)
Alamogordo {prop} {f} :: Alamogordo (city)
Álamo Gordo {prop} :: dated spelling of Alamogordo
Alamut {prop} {m} :: Alamut (historical region)
Alan {prop} {m} /ˈa.lɐ̃/ :: given name
Alana {prop} {f} /a.ˈlɐ.nɐ/ :: given name
al-Andalus {prop} {m} :: alternative spelling of Al-Andalus
Al-Andalus {prop} {m} [historical] :: Al-Andalus (former kingdom)
Alandroal {prop} {m} /ɐlɐ̃dɾuˈaɫ/ :: Alandroal (village/and/municipality)
Alânia {prop} {f} [historical] :: Alânia (mediaeval kingdom)
alanina {f} [amino acid] :: alanine
alanita {f} [mineral] :: allanite
alanite {f} :: alternative form of alanita
alano {m} [historical] :: Alan (member of a Sarmatian tribe)
alantoato {m} [organic chemistry] :: allantoate (any salt or ester of allantoic acid)
alantoicase {f} [enzyme] :: allantoicase (a hydrolase enzyme that participates in purine metabolism)
alantoico {adj} :: allantoic (of, pertaining to or derived from the allantois)
alantóico {adj} :: obsolete spelling of alantoico
alantoide {adj} [mycology] :: allantoid (sausage-shaped)
alantoide {m} [anatomy] :: allantois (sac in the alimentary canal of the embryos of mammals, birds and reptiles)
alantóide {adj} :: obsolete spelling of alantoide
alantóide {m} :: obsolete spelling of alantoide
alantóideo {adj} :: allantoic (of, pertaining to or derived from the allantois)
alantoína {f} [biochemistry] :: allantoin (a diureide of glyoxylic acid)
alantoinase {f} [enzyme] :: allantoinase (enzyme that produces allantoate as part of purine metabolism)
alão {m} :: alaunt (a dog breed)
alapar {vt} /ɐ.lɐ.ˈpaɾ/ :: to hide behind, in or among something
alapar {vr} [colloquial] :: to sit down
alar {adj} /ɐˈlaɾ/ :: alar (relating to wings)
alar {v} :: to give wings
alar {v} :: to haul
alaranjado {adj} /alaɾɐ̃ˈʒadʊ/ :: orange (colour)
alardear {v} :: to boast, to brag
alardo {m} :: roll call
alargamento {m} :: enlargement
alargamento {m} :: extension
alargamento {m} :: widening
alargando {v} :: gerund of alargar
alargar {v} /ɐlɐɾˈɣaɾ/ :: to widen (to make or become wider or broader)
alargar {v} :: to increase the scope or extent of
Alarico {prop} {m} [historical] :: Alaric (king of the Visigoths)
Alarico {prop} {m} :: given name
alarido {m} :: clamor, shriek
alarmadamente {adv} :: alarmedly (in an alarmed manner)
alarmando {v} :: gerund of alarmar
alarmante {adj} :: alarming (causing alarm)
alarmantemente {adv} :: alarmingly (in an alarming manner)
alarmar {v} :: to alarm, to alert
alarme {m} :: alarm
alarme {m} :: alert
alarmina {f} [biochemistry] :: alarmin (substance that signals tissue and cell damage)
alarmismo {m} :: alarmism (production of needless alarms)
alarmista {mf} :: alarmist (one who causes others to become alarmed without cause)
alarmista {adj} :: causing others to become alarmed without cause
alarve {mf} [archaic] /ɐ.ˈlaɾ.vɨ/ :: bedouin
alarve {mf} :: brute
alarve {mf} :: glutton
alarve {adj} :: brute
alarve {adj} :: glutton
Alasca {prop} {m} :: Alasca (state)
alascana {f} :: Alaskan
alascano {adj} :: Alaskan
alascano {m} :: Alaskan
Alaska {prop} {m} :: alternative spelling of Alasca
alasquiano {adj} :: Alaskan (of, from or pertaining to Alaska)
alasquiano {m} :: Alaskan (someone from Alaska)
alastramento urbano {m} [urban studies] :: urban sprawl (disorganized growth on the edge of a city)
alastrando {v} :: gerund of alastrar
alastrar {v} [nautical] :: to ballast; to load a ship with ballast, so that it is stable
alastrar {v} :: to spread; to proliferate
alastrim {m} [disease] /ˌa.las.ˈtɾĩ/ :: alastrim (milder variant of smallpox)
alaterno {m} :: buckthorn (plant of the genus Rhamnus)
alativo {m} /ɐlɐˈtivu/ :: allative (allative case)
alatostatina {f} [biochemistry] :: allatostatin (any of a class of neuropeptide hormones in insects and crustacea)
alaúde {m} :: lute (stringed instrument)
alauíta {mf} [Islam] :: Alawite (member of a mystical Shiite Islamic group that reveres Ali ibn Abi Talib)
alauíta {adj} [Islam] :: relating to Alawites
Álava {prop} {f} :: Álava (province)
alavanca {f} :: lever
alavanca de câmbio {f} :: stick (gearstick, stickshift)
alavancagem {f} :: leverage (force compounded by means of a lever)
alavancagem {f} [figurative] :: boost (help in improving something)
alavancagem {f} [finance] :: leverage (the use of borrowed funds)
alavancar {vt} :: to lever (to move with a lever)
alavancar {vt} [figurative] :: to boost (to help (something) to improve)
alavão {m} :: alternative form of alabão
alawita {mf} :: alternative spelling of alauíta
alawita {adj} :: alternative spelling of alauíta
alazão {adj} :: sorrel (colour)
alba {adj} :: white
Albacete {prop} {f} :: Albacete (province)
Albacete {prop} {f} :: Albacete (city/provincial capital)
albacora {f} :: albacore (Thunnus alalunga, a large marine fish)
Alba Longa {prop} {f} [historical] :: Alba Longa (ancient city)
albanês {adj} :: Albanian (Of or pertaining to Albania)
Albânia {prop} {f} /aɫ.ˈβɐ.ni.ɐ/ :: Albânia (country)
albanização {f} :: Albanisation (adoption of Albanian culture)
Albano {prop} {m} /aw.ˈbɐ.nu/ :: given name
albanólogo {m} :: Albanologist (one who studies Albanian language or culture)
Albany {prop} {f} :: Albany (city/state capital)
albarda {f} :: aparejo, packsaddle
albarello {m} :: albarello (ceramic pharmacy or drug jar)
albariza {f} :: albariza (white porous chalky soil found in Andalusia)
albatroz {m} /ˌaɫβɐˈtɾɔʃ/ :: albatross (seabird)
albedo {m} [physics, meteorology, astronomy] :: albedo (the fraction of incident light or radiation reflected by a surface or body)
albedómetro {m} [European orthography] :: albedometer (instrument used to measure the albedo of a surface)
albedômetro {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative spelling of albedómetro
Albemarle {prop} {f} :: Albemarle (former name of Isabela Island)
Alberche {prop} {m} :: Alberche (river)
albergado {adj} :: homeless, especially if spending nights in a hostel
albergado {m} :: a homeless person, especially one who spends nights in a hostel
albergador {m} :: hosteler (person who keeps a hostel)
albergador {m} [epidemiology] :: host (cell or organism which harbours another organism or biological entity)
albergador {adj} :: hospitable; welcoming
albergagem {m} :: the lodging of people in a hostel
albergamento {m} :: the act or business of lodging people in a hostel
albergando {v} :: gerund of albergar
albergar {v} :: to lodge at a hostel
albergar {v} [epidemiology] :: to harbour (to be the host of an organism)
albergaria {f} :: hostel (commercial overnight lodging place)
Albergaria-a-Velha {prop} {f} /aɫβɨɾɣɐˈɾi.a ˈvɛʎɐ/ :: Albergaria-a-Velha (city/and/municipality)
albergue {m} :: hostel (commercial overnight lodging place)
albergue {m} :: hostel (temporary refuge for the homeless)
albergueiro {m} :: hosteler (person who keeps a hostel)
alberguista {mf} :: hosteler (person who keeps a hostel)
Alberta {prop} {f} :: Alberta (province)
Alberta {prop} {f} :: given name
Albertina {prop} :: Albertina (municipality)
albertita {f} [mineral] :: albertite (a bituminous mineral resembling asphalt)
Alberto {prop} {m} /aw.ˈbɛʁ.tu/ :: given name
Albertville {prop} {f} :: Albertville (town)
albescente {adj} :: albescent (becoming white)
Albi {prop} {f} :: Albi (town/and/commune)
albigense {mf} :: Albigense (person from Albi, France)
albigense {mf} :: Albigense (member of a 12th century sect of Roman Catholic reformers)
albigense {adj} :: Albigensian (relating to the Albigenses)
albinismo {m} :: albinism (lack of melanin pigmentation)
albino {adj} :: albino, albinistic: congenitally lacking melanin pigmentation in the skin, eyes, and hair or feathers (or more rarely only in the eyes); afflicted with albinism
albino {m} :: albino: person or animal congenitally lacking melanin pigmentation in the skin, eyes, and hair or feathers (or more rarely only in the eyes); one afflicted with albinism
Albino {prop} {m} /aw.ˈ :: given name
Álbion {prop} {f} :: Albion (Roman or poetic name of Britain)
albita {f} [mineral] :: albite (plagioclase feldspar)
albitização {f} [mineralogy] :: albitization (conversion into albite)
albor {m} :: dawn
albor {m} :: dawnlight
albornoz {m} :: burnoose (a thick hooded cloak used in northern Africa)
albufeira {f} :: lagoon (shallow body of water)
albufeira {f} :: amurca
Albufeira {prop} {f} /ɐɫβuˈfɐjɾɐ/ :: Albufeira (city/and/municipality)
albugínea {f} [anatomy] :: albuginea (layer of white, fibrous tissue)
álbum {m} /ˈaɫ.βũ/ :: album
albume {m} :: alternative form of albúmen
albúmen {m} :: albumen
albumina {f} [organic chemistry] :: albumin (one of a class of monomeric proteins that are soluble in water)
albuminato {m} [chemistry] :: albuminate (compound of albumin and a base or acid)
albuminemia {f} [pathology] :: albuminemia (the (normal) presence of albumin in the blood)
albuminoide {adj} :: albuminoid (similar to albumen)
albuminose {f} [pathology] :: albuminosis (presence of more than the usual amount of albumin in the blood)
albuminoso {adj} :: albuminous (of, pertaining to or containing albumin)
albuminúria {f} [pathology] :: albuminuria
albuminúrico {adj} :: albuminuric (having albumen in the urine)
albumose {f} :: albumose (substance formed by proteins during digestion)
Albuquerque {prop} {f} :: Albuquerque (city)
alburnete {m} :: bleak (small European river fish)
alburno {m} [botany] :: sapwood; alburnum (soft, newer wood just under the bark)
alça {f} /ˈaɫ.sɐ/ :: a semicircular handle, such as the bail of a bucket and the handles of bags and purses
alça {f} :: shoulder strap (in clothes, the strap that goes over the shoulder)
alça {f} [anatomy] :: a part of an organ that forms an arc (mostly in the intestines and blood vessels)
alcáçar {m} :: alternative form of alcácer
alcáçava {f} :: alternative form of alcáçova
alcácer {m} /aɫˈka.sɛɾ/ :: alcazar (Moorish fortress in Spain)
alcácer {m} [by extension] :: palace
Alcácer-Ceguer {prop} {f} :: Alcácer-Ceguer (town)
Alcácer do Sal {prop} {f} /ɐɫˈkasɛɾ ðu ˈsaɫ/ :: Alcácer do Sal (city/and/municipality)
Alcácer-Quibir {prop} {f} :: Alcácer-Quibir (city)
alcáceva {f} :: alternative form of alcáçova
alcachofra {f} /aɫkɐˈʃofɾɐ/ :: artichoke (an edible plant related to the thistle)
alcachofra {f} :: The edible part of that plant
alcachofra hortense {f} :: artichoke (vegetable)
alcáçova {f} /aɫ.ˈɐ/ :: a Moorish fortress within or beside a walled city
alcaçuz {m} [countable] :: liquorice (plant)
alçada {f} :: area of responsibility, competence
alçada {f} :: jurisdiction
alcadieno {m} [organic chemistry] :: alkadiene
alcaguetar {vti} [slang] :: to grass; to snitch
alcaguete {m} [countable, slang] :: grass; informer; snitch
alcaico {adj} :: Alcaic (pertaining to a type of verse invented by the Greek poet Alcaeus)
alcaide {m} :: alcaide (commander of a province or fortress)
Alcalá de Henares {prop} {f} :: Alcalá de Henares (city)
alcalescente {adj} :: alkalescent (slightly alkaline)
álcali {m} [chemistry] :: alkali (any of a class of caustic bases)
alcalifílico {adj} :: alternative form of alcalofílico
alcalimetria {f} :: alkalimetry (process of determining the strength of an alkali)
alcalimétrico {adj} [chemistry] :: alkalimetric (describing titration in which the titrant is an alkali)
alcalinidade {f} [inorganic chemistry] /ɐɫkɐˌliniˈdaðɨ/ :: alkalinity
alcalinização {f} [chemistry] :: alkalinization (the process of becoming more alkaline)
alcalinizar {v} [chemistry] :: to alkalinize (convert to an alkali)
alcalino {adj} [chemistry] :: alkaline (of or relating to an alkali)
alcalino {adj} [chemistry] :: alkaline (having a pH greater than 7)
alcalinoterroso {adj} [inorganic chemistry] :: alkaline-earth
alcalinoterroso {m} [inorganic chemistry] :: alkaline earth
alcalofílico {adj} [biology] :: alkaliphilic (thriving in alkaline conditions)
alcalófilo {adj} [biology] :: alkaliphilic (thriving in alkaline conditions)
alcalófilo {m} [biology] :: alkaliphile (organism that thrives in an alkaline environment)
alcaloidal {adj} [chemistry] :: alkaloidal (pertaining to alkaloids)
alcaloide {m} [chemistry] /ˌaɫ.kɐ.ˈlɔj.dɨ/ :: alkaloid (organic heterocyclic base)
alcalóide {m} :: obsolete spelling of alcaloide
alcalose {f} [pathology] :: alkalosis (abnormally increased alkalinity in the blood)
alcalótico {adj} [pathology] :: alkalotic (exhibiting or relating to alkalosis)
alcana {f} :: alkanet (Alkanna tinctoria, a plant whose root is used as a red dye)
alcançar {v} /aɫ.kɐ̃.ˈsaɾ/ :: to reach
alcançável {adj} :: attainable, reachable, achievable
alcance {m} /aw.ˈkɐ̃.si/ :: reach; range (maximum distance something can reach)
alcance {m} :: an instance of reaching something
alcance {m} [figurative] :: what one is capable of doing or understanding
alcancia {f} /aw.kɐ̃.ˈsi.a/ :: alternative form of alcanzia
alçando {v} :: gerund of alçar
Alcanena {prop} {f} /ɐɫkɐˈnenɐ/ :: Alcanena (city/and/municipality)
alcano {m} /aɫˈkɐnu/ :: alkane (saturated hydrocarbon of formula CnH2n+2)
alcanoato {m} [organic chemistry] :: alkanoate (any salt or ester of an alkanoic acid)
alcanol {m} [organic chemistry] :: alkanol (any simple aliphatic alcohol)
alcanotiol {m} [organic chemistry] :: alkanethiol (any simple aliphatic thiol)
alcantil {m} :: cliff, crag, precipice
alcantilado {adj} :: steep
alcantilado {adj} :: craggy, overhanging
alcanzia {f} [historical] /aw.kɐ̃.ˈzi.ɐ/ :: a small earthen ball filled with flowers, ashes and colourful strips thrown by horsemen at each other during jousts
alcanzia {f} [historical] :: an earthen grenade
alçapão {m} :: trapdoor
alçapão {m} :: hatch, hatchway
alçapão {m} :: pitfall
alcaparra {f} :: caper (pickled bud of Capparis spinosa)
alcaptonuria {f} :: alternative form of alcaptonúria
alcaptonúria {f} [medicine] :: alkaptonuria (genetic disorder causing the accumulation of alkapton)
alçar {v} /aɫ.ˈsaɾ/ :: to lift; to raise
alçar {v} :: to build; to erect a construction
alçar {v} :: to raise one’s eyes
alçar {v} :: to furnish with alças (semicircular handles)
alcaravia {f} :: caraway (plant)
alcaravia {f} :: caraway (seed/fruit)
alcarraza {f} :: alcarraza (jug made of porous earthenware)
alcateia {f} [collective] /ˌaɫkɐˈtɐjɐ/ :: wolfpack (collective noun for wolves)
alcateia {f} [by extension, collective] :: a pack of any fierce beast or being
alcateia {f} [military, collective] :: a fleet of military submarines
alcateia {f} [figurative, collective] :: gang (a group of criminals or wrongdoers working together)
alcatéia {f} :: obsolete spelling of alcateia
alcatifa {f} /aɫ.kɐˈti.fɐ/ :: carpet (a fabric used as a floor covering)
alcatra {f} :: rump (cut of meat from the rump of an animal)
alcatra {f} [vulgar] :: buttock (of a person)
alcatrão {m} /aɫ.kɐ.ˈtɾɐ̃w/ :: tar (substance)
alcatrão {m} [Portugal] :: asphalt
alcatraz {m} :: any of several species of seabird
alcatraz {m} :: gannet (seabird of the genus Morus)
alcatraz {m} :: pelican (seabird of the family Pelecanidae)
alcatraz {m} :: albatross (seabird of the family Diomedeidae)
alcatraz {m} :: bonesetter (one who realigns broken or disjointed bones)
Alcatraz {prop} {f} :: Alcatraz (island/and/former prison)
alcatrieno {m} [organic chemistry] :: alkatriene
alcatroar {vt} :: to tar (to coat with tar)
alce {mf} /ˈ :: elk [UK], moose [US] (Alces alces, a large northern-hemisphere deer)
alceno {m} /aɫˈsenʊ/ :: alkene (unsaturated aliphatic hydrocarbon with one or more carbon-carbon double bonds)
Alceu {prop} {m} /aw.ˈsew/ :: given name
Alcibíades {prop} {m} :: Alcibiades (Athenian statesman, orator and general)
alcino {m} [organic chemistry] :: alkyne
Alcíone {prop} {f} [Greek mythology] /aw.ˈ :: Alcyone (daughter of Atlas)
Alcíone {prop} {f} [Greek mythology] :: Alcyone (daughter of Aeolus)
alclometasona {f} :: alclometasone (a synthetic glucocorticoid steroid)
Álcman {prop} {m} :: Alcman (Ancient Greek name)
alcmânico {adj} [poetry] :: Alcmanian (relating to the Ancient Greek poet Alcman)
Alcmena {prop} {f} [Greek mythology] :: Alcmene (mother of Heracles)
Alcmene {prop} {f} :: alternative form of Alcmena
alcmeónida {mf} [European orthography, historical] :: Alcmaeonid (member of a powerful noble family of ancient Athens)
alcmeônida {mf} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative spelling of alcmeónida
Alcobaça {prop} {f} /ɐɫkuˈβasɐ/ :: Alcobaça (city/and/municipality)
Alcobaça {prop} {f} :: Alcobaça (city/and/municipality)
Alcochete {prop} /ɐɫkuˈʃet(ɨ)/ :: Alcochete (village/and/municipality)
alcofa {f} :: basket with two handles
alcofa {f} :: mobile cot, carrycot (box-shaped bed for babies)
álcohol {m} :: obsolete spelling of álcool
alcoila {m} [organic chemistry] :: alkyl
álcool {m} [organic chemistry] /ˈal.kwɔl/ :: alcohol (any of a class of organic compounds containing a hydroxyl functional group)
álcool {m} [uncountable, in everyday usage specifically] :: alcohol; ethanol
álcool {m} [uncountable, by extension] :: alcohol (beverages containing alcohol)
álcool alílico {m} [organic compound] :: allyl alcohol (an unsaturated aliphatic alcohol)
álcool amílico {m} [organic compound] :: amyl alcohol (any isomer of pentanol)
alcoolato {m} [organic chemistry] :: alcoholate; alkoxide (salt of an alcohol)
alcoólatra {mf} :: alcoholic (a person addicted to alcohol)
alcoólatra {mf} :: alcoholic (one who abuses alcohol)
alcoolemia {f} :: alcoholaemia (presence of alcohol)
alcoolicamente {adv} :: alcoholically (in the manner of an alcoholic)
alcoolicidade {f} :: alcoholicity (measure of alcoholic content)
alcoólico {adj} :: alcoholic
Alcoólicos Anónimos {prop} {mp} {m} [European orthography] :: Alcoholics Anonymous
Alcoólicos Anônimos {prop} {mp} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of Alcoólicos Anónimos
alcoolímetro {m} :: breathalyzer
alcoolímetro {m} :: alcoholometer
alcoólise {f} [chemistry] :: alcoholysis (solvolysis using an alcohol)
alcoolismo {m} [pathology] :: alcoholism (chronic disease)
alcoolização {f} :: alcoholization (subjection to the influence of alcoholic spirits)
alcoolizado {adj} :: drunk (intoxicated after drinking too much alcohol)
alcoolizar {v} :: to alcoholize (infuse or saturate with alcoholic spirit)
alcoolizar {v} :: to alcoholize (subject to the influence of alcohol)
alcoologia {f} [sociology] :: alcohology (study of the effects of alcohol)
alcoolómetro {m} [European orthography] :: breathalyzer
alcoolómetro {m} [European orthography] :: alcoholometer
alcoolômetro {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of alcoolómetro
alcoometria {f} :: alcoholometry (measurement of concentration of alcohol in a liquid)
alcoómetro {m} [European orthography] :: alcoholometer
alcoômetro {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of alcoómetro
Alcoraõ {prop} {m} :: obsolete spelling of Alcorão
Alcorão {prop} {m} [Islam] /ˌaw.ko.ˈɾɐ̃w̃/ :: Qur'an (the Islamic holy book)
Al Corão {prop} {m} [uncommon] :: alternative spelling of Alcorão
Al-Corão {prop} {m} [uncommon] :: alternative spelling of Alcorão
Alcorcón {prop} {f} :: Alcorcón (city)
Alcoutim {prop} {f} /ɐɫkowˈtĩ/ :: Alcoutim (village/and/municipality)
alcova {f} /aɫ.ˈko.vɐ/ :: alcove
alcovitar {vi} :: pimp (to act as procurer of prostitutes)
alcoviteiro {m} :: matchmaker
alcoviteiro {m} :: pimp, procurer
alcóxi {m} [organic chemistry] :: alkoxy (alkyl group singular-bonded to oxygen)
alcóxido {m} [organic chemistry] :: alkoxide (alcohol-derived compound formed by replacing a hydrogen atom with another cationic species)
alcoxilação {f} [organic chemistry] :: alkoxylation (reaction with an alkoxy group)
alcunha {f} /aɫ.ˈku.ɲɐ/ :: nickname, soubriquet
alcunhar {vt} :: to nickname
alcurônio {m} :: alcuronium (a semisynthetic muscle relaxant)
Alcyone {prop} {f} [star] :: Alcyone (one of the Pleiades)
Alcyone {prop} {f} :: archaic spelling of Alcíone
Alda {prop} {f} :: given name
aldeã {f} :: feminine noun of aldeão
aldeão {m} :: villager
Aldebarã {prop} {f} [star] :: Aldebaran (star in the constellation Taurus)
Aldebaran {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Aldebarã
aldeia {f} /aɫ.ˈdɐj.ɐ/ :: village (small settlement)
aldeia {f} [Brazil] :: in particular, a tribal village
aldeídico {adj} [organic chemistry] :: aldehydic (relating to an aldehyde)
aldeído {m} [organic chemistry] :: aldehyde
alderney {f} :: Alderney (a breed of milk cow)
Alderney {prop} {f} :: Alderney (island)
aldicarb {m} :: aldicarb (a carbamate insecticide)
aldicarbe {m} :: alternative form of aldicarb
aldimina {f} [organic chemistry] :: aldimine (an imine derived from an aldehyde)
aldino {adj} :: Aldine (relating to the typography style used by Venetian printer Aldus Manutius)
aldoexose {f} [organic chemistry] :: aldohexose (any hexose containing an aldehyde group)
aldol {m} [organic chemistry] :: aldol (aldehyde or ketone having a hydroxy group in the beta- position)
aldolase {f} [enzyme] :: aldolase (enzyme that catalyses the conversion of phosphates of fructose)
aldólico {adj} [organic chemistry] :: aldol (attributive)
aldolização {f} [organic chemistry] :: aldolization (the formation of an aldol)
aldopentose {f} [carbohydrate] :: aldopentose (a pentose that is also a aldose)
aldose {f} [organic chemistry, carbohydrate] :: aldose (any of a class of monosaccharides)
aldosterona {f} [hormone] :: aldosterone
aldosteronismo {m} [pathology] :: aldosteronism (condition marked by excessive aldosterone secretion)
aldotetrose {f} [carbohydrate] :: aldotetrose (any aldose having four carbon atoms)
aldotriose {f} [carbohydrate] :: aldotriose (any aldose having three carbon atoms)
aldoxima {f} [organic chemistry] :: aldoxime (any oxime derived from an aldehyde)
aldraba {f} /aɫˈdɾaβɐ/ :: doorknocker
aldraba {f} :: latch
aldrava {f} :: alternative form of aldraba
aldrina {f} :: aldrin (an insecticide)
aleatoriamente {adv} :: With unpredictable outcomes; at random; randomly; haphazardly
aleatório {adj} :: aleatory, random
aleatorizar {v} :: to randomise (arrange randomly; make random)
alecrim {m} [botany] /ɐ.lɨ.ˈkɾĩ/ :: rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis)
Alecrim {prop} :: Alecrim (municipality)
Alecto {prop} {f} [Greek god, Roman god] /a.ˈlɛk.tu/ :: Alecto (goddess of vengeance)
alectória {f} :: alectoria (magical stone said to be found in the gizzard of cocks)
Alectrião {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: Alectryon (a character in Greek mythology)
Alectrion {prop} {m} :: alternative form of Alectrião
alectromancia {f} :: alectryomancy (form of divination in which the diviner observes a bird pecking at grain)
alef {m} :: aleph (first letter of the Hebrew alphabet)
alef zero {m} [set theory] :: aleph-null (first of the transfinite cardinal numbers)
alegação {f} /ɐlɨɣɐˈsɐ̃w̃/ :: allegation
alegadamente {adv} /ɐlɨˌɣaðɐˈmẽtɨ/ :: allegedly
alegado {adj} :: alleged
alegado {m} [law] :: plea
alegando {v} :: gerund of alegar
alegante {mf} :: allegator (person who makes an allegation)
alegar {v} :: to claim, allege
alegar {v} :: to plead
alegável {adj} :: allegeable (able to be alleged)
alegoria {f} :: allegory (the representation of abstract principles)
alegoricamente {adv} :: allegorically (in an allegorical manner)
alegórico {adj} :: allegorical (of, relating to, or containing allegory)
alegorista {mf} :: allegorist (one who speaks or writes in allegories)
alegorização {f} :: allegorization (the act of turning into allegory)
alegorizador {m} :: allegorizer (one who makes allegories)
alegorizador {adj} :: allegorizing (making an allegory)
alegorizar {v} :: to allegorise (create an allegory from some event or situation)
Alegrança {prop} {f} :: Alegrança (island)
Alegranza {prop} {f} :: alternative form of Alegrança
alegrar {v} :: to make happy
alegre {adj} /ɐ.ˈlɛ.ɣɾɨ/ :: happy
alegre {adj} :: joyful
alegre {adj} [colloquial] :: a bit drunk
alegremente {adv} /ɐ.lɛ.ɣɾɨ.ˈmẽ.tɨ/ :: In context of being happy; happily
Alegrete {prop} {m} /ˌa.le.ˈɡɾe.t͡ʃi/ :: Alegrete (town)
Alegrete {prop} {m} :: Alegrete (municipality)
alegreto {adv} :: alternative spelling of allegretto
alegreto {m} :: alternative spelling of allegretto
alegria {f} /ɐ.lɨ.ˈɣɾi.ɐ/ :: joy, happiness
Alegria {prop} :: Alegria (municipality)
alegro {m} :: alternative spelling of allegro
alegro {adj} :: alternative spelling of allegro
alegro {adv} :: alternative spelling of allegro
alegro moderato {adv} :: alternative spelling of allegro moderato
aleijado {adj} /ɐ.lɐj.ˈʒa.ðu/ :: crippled
aleijamento {m} /ɐ.lɐj.ʒɐ.ˈmẽ.tu/ :: an instance of crippling someone
aleijão {f} :: deformity
aleijar {v} /ɐlɐjˈʒaɾ/ :: to disable (to impair the physical or mental abilities of)
aleijar {v} :: to hurt
aleijar {vr} :: to get hurt
aleirodídeo {m} [zoology] :: aleyrodid (any insect of the whitefly family, Aleyrodidae)
aleitamento {m} :: breastfeeding
aleitamento {m} :: suckling
aleitando {v} :: gerund of aleitar
aleitar {v} :: to breastfeed
aleitar {v} :: to nurse, give suck
aleive {m} :: deceit (act or practice intended to deceive)
aleive {m} :: slander (false, malicious statement)
aleivosia {f} :: treachery, treason
aleivosia {f} :: disloyalty
aleivosia {f} :: libel, slander
Aleixo {prop} {m} /a.ˈlej.ʃu/ :: given name
alelicamente {adv} [genetics] :: allelically (as pertains to alleles)
alélico {adj} [genetics] :: allelic (pertaining to alleles)
alelo {m} [genetics] :: allele
alelomorfo {adj} [genetics] :: allelomorphic (of or pertaining to an allelomorph)
alelopatia {f} [botany, ecology] :: allelopathy (release by a plant of a toxin to suppress growth of nearby competing plants)
alelopaticamente {adv} [botany, ecology, rare] :: allelopathically (by allelopathy)
alelopático {adj} [botany, ecology] :: allelopathic (relating to allelopathy)
aleloquímico {adj} [biochemistry, ecology] :: allelochemical (having allelopathic effects)
aleloquímico {m} :: allelochemical (chemical substance with allelopathic effects)
aleluia {interj} [Christianity] /ˌa.leˈluj.ɐ/ :: hallelujah! (exclamation of praise to God)
aleluia {interj} [colloquial] :: finally! at last! about time (expresses that something took too long to occur)
aleluia {f} [Christianity, music] :: hallelujah; alleluia (a song of praise to God)
aleluia {f} [Roman Catholicism] :: the part of the mass during which verses of praise to God are read
aleluia {f} :: wood sorrel (Oxalis acetosella, a white-flowered woodland plant)
aleluia {f} :: Senna multijuga, an ornamental tree of Brazil
aleluia {f} :: alate (winged form of an insect, especially of a termite)
aleluia {m} :: hallelujah (an exclamation of hallelujah)
aleluiático {adj} :: alleluiatic (pertaining to or consisting of an alleluia)
aleluítico {adj} :: alternative form of aleluiático
alem {adv} :: obsolete spelling of além
alem {m} :: obsolete spelling of além
além {adv} /aˈlɐ̃j̃/ :: there, over there
além {adv} :: beyond (farther along or away)
além {m} :: the afterlife, the beyond (supposed world or state of existence that is entered after death)
alemanda {f} :: allemande (Baroque dance form)
Alemanha {prop} {f} /ɐ.lɨ.ˈmɐ.ɲɐ/ :: Alemanha (country)
Alemanha Ocidental {prop} {f} :: Alemanha Ocidental (former country)
Alemanha Oriental {prop} {f} :: Alemanha Oriental (former country)
alemânico {m} :: Alemannic (a Germanic language spoken in southwestern Germany, Switzerland and Alsace)
alemânico {adj} :: Alemannic (of or relating to the Alemannic language)
alemão {adj} :: German
alemão {m} :: German, native or resident of Germany
alemão {m} [uncountable] :: German (language)
alemão {m} [slang] :: cop
além de {prep} :: beyond (at a further position than)
além de {prep} [figurative] :: beyond (with a greater scope than)
além de {prep} [figurative] :: beyond (outside the influence, reach or extent of)
além de {prep} :: besides (in addition to)
além de {prep} :: besides (other than; except for)
além disso {adv} [conjunctive] /alẽj̃ ˈd͡ʒisu/ :: in addition, moreover, besides, furthermore, to boot (in addition to what has been said)
além do mais {adv} [conjunctive, idiomatic] :: by the way (incidentally)
além-mar {m} :: abroad (countries or lands abroad)
Além Paraíba {prop} :: Além Paraíba (municipality)
além-túmulo {m} :: afterlife (life after death)
alendronato {m} [medicine] :: alendronate (sodium salt of alendronic acid used to treat osteoporosis)
alénico {adj} [European orthography, organic chemistry] :: allenic (characteristic of allenes)
alênico {adj} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of alénico
aleno {m} [organic chemistry] :: allene (any of a class of hydrocarbons)
Alenquer {prop} {m} /ɐlẽˈkɛɾ/ :: Alenquer (village/and/municipality)
alentando {v} :: gerund of alentar
alentar {v} :: to encourage
alentejano {adj} :: Alentejan
alentejano {m} :: Alentejan
Alentejo {prop} {m} /ɐ.lẽ.ˈtɛ.ʒu/ :: Alentejo (traditional region)
alento {m} /a.ˈlẽ.tu/ :: courage, will
alento {m} :: breath
Alepo {prop} {f} /a.ˈlɛ.pu/ :: Alepo (city)
Aleppo {prop} {f} /ɐˈlɛpu/ :: alternative spelling of Alepo
alerce {m} [countable] :: larch (Larix, a coniferous tree)
alergenicidade {f} [immunology] :: allergenicity (the property of being allergenic)
alergénico {adj} [European orthography] :: alternative form of alergênico
alergênico {adj} [Brazilian orthography] :: allergenic
alérgeno {m} [medicine] :: allergen (substance)
alergia {f} [pathology, immunology] :: allergy (disorder of the immune system)
alergicamente {adv} :: allergically (in an allergic manner)
alérgico {adj} :: allergic
alergista {mf} :: allergist (doctor who specialises in the treatment of allergies)
alergizante {adj} [immunology] :: allergenic (producing an allergy)
alergologia {f} [medicine] :: allergology (the study of the causes and treatment of allergies)
alergológico {adj} [medicine] :: allergological (relating to the study and treatment of allergies)
alergologista {mf} :: allergist (doctor who specializes in the treatment of allergies)
alerião {m} [heraldry] :: alerion (a heraldic eagle)
ALERJ {prop} {f} :: acronym of Assembleia Legislativa do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
alerta {adj} /aˈlɛɾtɐ/ :: alert (attentive)
alerta {m} :: warning
alerta {m} :: safety light (of a vehicle)
alerta AMBER {m} :: amber alert (public notification of a child abduction in the US and Canada)
alertamente {adv} /aˌlɛɾtɐˈmẽtɨ/ :: alertly (with alertness)
alertar {v} :: to alert
Alessandra {prop} {f} :: given name
Alessandria {prop} {f} :: Alessandria (city/and/province)
Alessandro {prop} {m} /ˌa.leˈsɐ̃.dɾu/ :: given name
alestesia {f} [pathology] :: allesthesia (sensation at a point remote from the stimulus)
Alesund {prop} {f} :: alternative spelling of Aalesund
aleta {f} :: diminutive of ala
aleta {f} :: vane (a surface radially mounted along an axis)
aleta {f} :: a small wing or wing-like structure, such as tailplanes, missile fins and fletchings
aleta {f} [anatomy] :: alar wall (cartilage on either side of the nose)
aleticamente {adv} :: alethically (in an alethic manner or context)
alético {adj} [logic] :: alethic (pertaining to the modalities of truth)
aletiologia {f} [logic] :: alethiology (branch of logic dealing with truth and error)
à letra {adv} :: word for word (in exactly the same words)
à letra {adv} :: to the letter (following rules exactly as they’re written)
aletria {f} /ɐ.lɨ.ˈtɾi.ɐ/ :: vermicelli
aletria {f} :: a kind of Christmas dessert
aletrina {f} :: allethrin (synthetic pyrethroid used in insecticides)
aleuro- {prefix} :: aleuro- (of or relating to wheat flour)
aleuromancia {f} :: aleuromancy (divination using flour)
aleurona {f} [protein] :: aleurone (protein content of the embryo, endosperm or perisperm of cereals)
aleúte {m} /ˌɐlɨˈutɨ/ :: Aleut (native of the Aleutian Islands)
aleúte {m} [uncountable] :: Aleut (language)
aleúte {adj} :: Aleut
alevantar {v} :: alternative form of levantar
alevino {m} :: alevin, fingerling
alevita {mf} :: Alevite (Muslim who follows Alevism)
Alexander {prop} {m} /a.lekˈsɐ̃.deʁ/ :: given name
Alexandra {prop} {f} /əɫɨˈʃə̃dɾə/ :: given name
Alexandre {prop} {m} /ˌa.leˈʃɐ̃.dɾi/ :: given name
Alexandre Magno {prop} {m} :: Alexander the Great (the king of Macedonia)
Alexandre o Grande {prop} {m} :: Alexander the Great (the king of Macedonia)
Alexandrescu {prop} {mf} :: surname
Alexandria {prop} {f} :: Alexandria (city/and/governorate)
alexandrinismo {m} :: Alexandrianism (the scientific culture of classical Alexandria, Egypt)
alexandrino {adj} :: Alexandrian (of, from or relating to Alexandria, Egypt)
alexandrino {m} [poetry] :: alexandrine
alexandrita {f} [mineral] :: alexandrite (form of chrysoberyl that displays a colour change)
Alexandroupolis {prop} {f} :: Alexandroupolis (city)
alexia {f} [psychiatry] :: alexia (inability to understand writing)
aléxico {adj} :: alexic (related to, or afflicted with alexia)
alexidina {f} :: alexidine (an antiseptic)
alexina {f} [biochemistry] :: alexin (protective substance that exists in the serum)
alexitimia {f} :: alexithymia (deficiency in understanding emotions)
alexitímico {adj} [psychiatry, psychology] :: alexithymic (pertaining to or having alexithymia)
aleyve {m} :: obsolete spelling of aleive
alfa {f} :: alpha; the Greek letter Α, α
alfa aminoácido {m} :: alternative spelling of alfa-aminoácido
alfa-aminoácido {m} [biochemistry] :: alpha-amino acid (any amino acid that has the amino and carboxylic functional groups attached to the same carbon atom)
alfabaca {f} :: alternative form of alfavaca
alfabeticamente {adv} [manner] :: alphabetically (in an alphabetical manner)
alfabeticamente {adv} [sequence] :: alphabetically (arranged in the sequence of the alphabet)
alfabético {adj} /ˌaɫfɐˈbɛtiku/ :: alphabetical (in the order of the letters of the alphabet)
alfabetiforme {adj} [palaeography] :: alphabetiform (having the form of a developed alphabet instead of crude pictographic symbols)
alfabetismo {m} :: literacy (ability to read)
alfabetização {f} /alfɐβɨtizɐˈsɐ̃w̃/ :: alphabetization
alfabetizado {adj} :: literate (able to read, having literacy)
alfabetizar {v} :: to make literate; to teach how to read and write
alfabeto {m} /aɫ.fɐ.ˈβɛ.tu/ :: alphabet
alfabeto árabe {m} :: Arabic alphabet
alfabeto fenício {m} :: Phoenician alphabet
alfabeto fonético {m} :: phonetic alphabet (system used for transcribing the sounds of speech)
alfabeto fonético internacional {m} :: International Phonetic Alphabet (standardised symbols for speech)
alfabeto glagolítico {m} [linguistics] :: Glagolitic (the oldest known Slavonic alphabet)
alfabeto latino {m} :: Latin alphabet
alfacalcidol {m} :: alfacalcidol (an analogue of vitamin D)
alface {f} {m} /aɫ.ˈfa.sɨ/ :: lettuce (Lactuca sativa)
alface-de-cordeiro {f} :: corn salad (any plant of the genus Valerianella, used in salads)
Alfa Centauri {prop} {f} [star] :: Alpha Centauri (brightest star in the southern constellation of Centaurus)
alfacinha {adj} [Portugal, slang, demonym] /aɫ.fɐ.ˈsi.ɲɐ/ :: Lisboner (from Lisbon)
alfacinha {mf} [Portugal, slang, demonym] :: Lisboner (someone from Lisbon)
alfacinha {mf} :: diminutive of alface
alfádega {f} :: alternative form of alfavaca
alfa e ómega {m} [European orthography] :: alpha and omega (the beginning and the end)
alfa e ômega {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: alternative form of alfa e ómega
alfafa {f} [uncountable] :: alfalfa (Medicago sativa)
alfa-hélice {f} [biochemistry] :: alpha helix (secondary structure found in many proteins)
alfa-herpesvírus {m} :: alphaherpesvirus (any of the subfamily Alphaherpesvirinae of DNA viruses)
alfaia {f} :: utensil
alfaia {f} :: ornament
alfaiata {f} :: feminine noun of alfaiate
alfaiatar {vt} :: to tailor (to make, repair or alter clothing)
alfaiate {m} /aɫfɐɪ̯ˈatɨ/ :: tailor
alfajor {m} :: A popular confection in South America usually filled with caramel-like dulce de leche
alfamosaico {adj} :: alphamosaic (of or pertaining to alphamosaics)
alfândega {f} /aɫ.ˈfɐ̃.dɨ.ɣɐ/ :: customs (government agency)
Alfândega da Fé {prop} {f} /aɫˈfɐ̃dɨɣɐ ðɐ ˈfɛ/ :: Alfândega da Fé (village/and/municipality)
alfandegário {m} :: customs officer (officer enforcing customs laws)
alfandegário {adj} :: relating to customs (government department)
alfanje {m} :: scimitar (Middle-Eastern sword with a curved blade)
alfanumérico {adj} :: alphanumeric
alfa privativo {m} [grammar] :: alpha privative (the prefix a- expressing negation or absence)
alfaprodina {f} :: alphaprodine (one of two isomers of prodine)
alfaproteobactéria {f} :: alphaproteobacterium (any proteobacterium of the class Alphaproteobacteria)
alfaque {m} :: a sandbank, a shoal
alfaque {m} :: a reef
alfarrabio {m} :: obsolete spelling of alfarrábio
alfarrábio {m} [often humorous or affectionate] /ˌaɫ.fɐˈʁa.βi.u/ :: a large and old book
alfarrabista {mf} :: bookdealer (especially for used and antiquarian books)
alfarrabista {m} :: used bookstore
alfarroba {f} :: carob (fruit of the carob tree)
alfarrobeira {f} [botany] /aw.fa.ʁo.ˈbe(j).ɾɐ/ :: carob (Ceratonia siliqua, a tree of the Mediterranean region)
alfarva {f} :: alternative form of alforba
alfavaca {f} [botany] :: basil (plant or culinary herb)
alfávega {f} :: alternative form of alfavaca
alfavírus {m} :: alphavirus (any virus of the genus Alphavirus)
alfaxolona {f} :: alfaxalone (a neurosteroid general anaesthetic)
alfazema {f} /aɫ.fɐ.ˈze.mɐ/ :: lavender (plant)
alfazema {f} :: common lavender (Lavandula angustifolia)
Alfenas {prop} :: Alfenas (municipality)
alfeneiro {m} :: privet (any of various shrubs and small trees in the genus Ligustrum)
alfentanil {m} [pharmaceutical drug] :: alfentanil (an anesthetic)
alferes {m} /aɫˈfeɾɪʃ/ :: ensign (military officer)
Alfeu {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] /aw.ˈfew/ :: Alfeu (mythological river)
Alfeu {prop} {m} :: given name
alfieriano {adj} [literature] :: Alfierian (relating to, or characteristic of Vittorio Alfieri or his works)
alfinetar {v} :: to pin (to fasten with a pin)
alfinetar {v} :: to strike with a pin or any other slender, pointed object
alfinetar {v} [figurative] :: to criticise harshly or subtly
alfinete {m} /ˌaɫfiˈnetɨ/ :: pin (small needle with no eye)
alfinete {m} :: safety pin
alfinete de ama {m} :: safety pin (pin, in the form of a clasp)
alfinete-de-ama {m} :: alternative form of alfinete de ama
alfinete de dama {m} :: safety pin (pin, in the form of a clasp)
alfinete de fralda {m} :: safety pin (pin, in the form of a clasp)
alfinete de segurança {m} :: safety pin (pin, in the form of a clasp)
alfisol {m} [soil science] /alfiˈsɔl/ :: alfisol (soil with a clay-enriched subsoil and high native fertility)
alfissolo {m} :: alternative form of alfisol
alfonsim {m} :: alfonsino (Beryx splendens, a deep-sea food fish)
alfonsino {adj} :: Alfonsine (relating to Alfonso X of Castile)
Alfonso {prop} {m} /aw.ˈfõ.su/ :: given name, alternative form of Afonso
alforba {f} :: fenugreek (spice)
alforge {m} [European orthography] /aɫ.ˈfɔɾ.ʒɨ/ :: alternative spelling of alforje
alforja {f} :: alternative form of alforje
alforje {m} [Brazilian orthography] :: saddlebag, pannier
alforreca {f} [Portugal, zoology] :: medusa (jellyfish)
alforreca {f} [Portugal, figurative] :: something inconsistent or unpleasant
alforria {f} [historical] /aɫ.fu.ˈʁi.ɐ/ :: manumission (act of a slave owner freeing his or her slaves)
alforria {f} :: release from oppression, emancipation
alforriar {v} /aɫ.fu.ˈʁjɐɾ/ :: to manumit
alforriar {v} :: to free from oppression
Alfredo {prop} {m} /aw.ˈfɾe.du/ :: given name
Alfredo Marcondes {prop} :: Alfredo Marcondes (municipality)
Alfredo Vasconcelos {prop} :: Alfredo Vasconcelos (municipality)
Alfredo Wagner {prop} :: Alfredo Wagner (municipality)
alfuzosina {f} :: alfuzosin (α1 receptor antagonist used to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia)
alga {f} /ˈaɫɡɐ/ :: alga (any of many aquatic photosynthetic organisms similar to plants or bacteria)
algal {adj} :: algal (pertaining to, or like, algae)
algália {f} :: civet (musky perfume produced by the civet)
alga marinha {f} :: seaweed
algaravia {f} [archaic] /aɫ.ɣɐ.ɾɐ.ˈvi.ɐ/ :: the Arabic language
algaravia {f} :: gibberish (speech or writing that is unintelligible, incoherent or meaningless)
algarismo {m} :: place (numeric: the column counting a certain quantity)
algarismo {m} :: digit (numeral)
algarismo arábico {m} ::