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<b>a</b> (a dollar a dozen) <i>prep</i> • un dollar per dozena
 
   
<b>a, an</b> <i>indef art</i> un
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<b>a</b> (letter a) <i>n</i> a, littera a
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* ~ <b>bird in the hand is worth more than two in the bush</b> <i>phr</i> plus vale ave in le mano que cento volante
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* ~ <b>certain something</b> <i>phr</i> un io non sape que
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* ~ <b>chip off the old block</b> <i>phr</i> un pannetto del mesme drappo
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* ~ <b>dollar a dozen</b> un dollar per dozena
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* ~ <b>little at a time</b> (gradually, by degrees, little by little) paul<u>a</u>tim
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* ~ <b>lot</b> multo
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* ~ <b>lot of</b> multe
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* ~ <b>posteriori</b> <i>adj</i> aposteriori
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* ~ <b>posteriori</b> <i>adv</i> a posteriori
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* ~ <b>priori</b> <i>adj</i> apriori, aprioristic
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* ~ <b>priori</b> <i>adv</i> a priori
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* ~ <b>priori reasoner</b> <i>n</i> apriorista
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* ~ <b>priori reasoning</b> <i>n</i> apriorismo
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* ~ <b>tapering point</b> [Bot] acumine
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* ~ , <b>an</b> <i>indef art</i> un
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* ~ , <b>la</b> (the note) [Mus] <i>n</i> la
   
<b>A, la</b> (the note) [Mus] <i>n</i> la
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<b>Aachen</b>, <b>Aix-la-Chapelle</b> <i>n</i> Aachen ¬G, Aquisgrano
   
<b>a</b> (letter - ) <i>n</i> • littera a
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<b>aardwolf</b> <i>n</i> protele
   
<b>a</b> (per) <i>prep</i> • per
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<b>Aaron</b> <i>n</i> Aaron
   
<b>a bird in the hand is worth more than two in the bush</b> <i>phr</i> • plus vale ave in le mano que cento volante
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<b>aback</b> (taken ~) <i>v</i> attonite, stupefacte, surprendite
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* <i>adv</i> a retro
   
<b>a certain something</b> <i>phr</i> • un io non sape que
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<b>abacus</b> <i>n</i> <u>a</u>baco
   
<b>a chip off the old block</b> <i>phr</i> • un pannetto del mesme drappo
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<b>abaft</b> <i>adv</i>/<i>prep</i> detra
   
<b>a little at a time, gradually, by degrees, little by little</b> <i>adv</i> • paulatim (-là-)
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<b>abandon</b> (desert) <i>v</i> deserer
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* (forsake) <i>vt</i> abandonar, derelinquer
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* <i>n</i> abandono
   
<b>a lot</b> <i>adj</i> multo
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<b>abandoned</b> <i>adj</i> abandonate, derelicte, desertate, relicte
   
<b>a lot of</b> <i>adv</i> multe
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<b>abandonment</b> (action of abandoning; state of being abandoned) <i>n</i> abandono; abandonamento
   
<b>a posteriori</b> <i>adj</i> • aposteriori
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<b>abase</b> <i>v</i> abassar
   
<b>a posteriori</b> [L] <i>adv</i> • a posteriori
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<b>abasement</b> <i>n</i> abassamento
   
<b>a priori</b> <i>adj</i> • apriori, aprioristic
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<b>abash</b> <i>v</i> disconcertar
   
<b>a priori</b> [L] <i>adv</i> • a priori
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<b>abashed</b> <i>adj</i> disconcertate
   
<b>a priori reasoner</b> <i>n</i> apriorista
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<b>abate</b> (reduce) <i>vt</i> reducer, minuer
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* (settle down, subside) <i>v</i> subsider
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* <i>vi</i> remitter
   
<b>a priori reasoning</b> <i>n</i> • apriorismo
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<b>abatement</b> <i>n</i> diminution
   
<b>a shower bath, give a shower</b> <i>v</i> • duchar (-sh-)
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<b>abattoir</b> (slaughterhouse) <i>n</i> abattitorio
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* <i>n</i> macello
   
<b>a tapering point</b> [Bot] <i>n</i> • acumine
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<b>abbacy</b> <i>n</i> abbat<u>i</u>a
   
<b>Aachen, Aix-la-Chapelle</b> <i>n</i> • Aachen [G], Aquisgrano
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<b>abbatial</b> <i>adj</i> abbatial
   
<b>aardwolf</b> <i>n</i> • protele
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<b>abbess</b> <i>n</i> abbatessa
   
<b>Aaron</b> [Bib] <i>n</i> • Aaron
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<b>abbey</b> <i>n</i> abbat<u>i</u>a
   
<b>aback</b> <i>adv</i> • a retro
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<b>abbot</b> <i>n</i> abbate
   
<b>aback</b> (taken -) <i>v</i> • attonite, stupefacte, surprendite
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<b>abbreviate</b> <i>v</i> abbreviar
   
<b>abacus</b> <i>n</i> abaco
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<b>abbreviated addressing</b> [Comp] <i>n</i> adressation abbreviate
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* <i>adj</i> abbreviate
   
<b>abaft</b> [Nav] <i>adv/prep</i> • detra
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<b>abbreviation</b> (abridgment) <i>n</i> abbreviation
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* (shortened form of a word) <i>n</i> abbreviatura
   
<b>abandon, desert</b> <i>v</i> • deserer [-ser-/-sert-]
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<b>abbreviator</b> [R.C.Ch] <i>n</i> abbreviator
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* <i>n</i> abbreviator
   
<b>abandon, forsake</b> <i>v</i> derelinquer [-linqu-/-lict-]
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<b>abc</b>'<b>s</b> <i>n</i> abece, alphabeto
   
<b>abandon</b> <i>n</i> • abandono
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<b>abdicate</b> (give up) <i>v</i> abdicar
   
<b>abandon</b> <i>vt</i> • abandonar, derelinquer
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<b>abdication</b> <i>n</i> abdication
   
<b>abandoned</b> <i>adj</i> • abandonate, derelicte, desertate, relicte
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<b>abdicative</b> <i>adj</i> abdicative
   
<b>abandonment</b> (action of abandoning; state of being abandoned) <i>n</i> • abandono
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<b>abdomen</b> (belly, stomach) <i>n</i> gastro
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* <i>n</i> abdomine
   
<b>abandonment</b> <i>n</i> abandonamento
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<b>abdominal</b> (ventral) <i>adj</i> abdominal, ventral
   
<b>abase</b> <i>v</i> • abassar
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<b>abduce</b> (lead away) [Physiol] (abduct) <i>v</i> abducer
   
<b>abasement</b> <i>n</i> • abassamento
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<b>abduct</b> (kidnap) <i>v</i> raper
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* <i>v</i> abducer
   
<b>abash</b> <i>v</i> • disconcertar
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<b>abduction</b> (carrying off illegally) <i>n</i> rapto
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* <i>n</i> abduction
   
<b>abashed</b> <i>adj</i> • disconcertate
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<b>abductor</b> [Physiol] <i>n</i> abductor
   
<b>abate</b> (settle down, subside) <i>v</i> • subsider
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<b>aberrance</b> <i>n</i> aberrantia
   
<b>abate</b> (reduce) <i>vt</i> • reducer
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<b>aberrant</b> (abnormal) <i>adj</i> anormal
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* (deviating from the normal type) <i>adj</i> aberrante
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* <i>adj</i> aberrante
   
<b>abate</b> (subside) <i>vi</i> • subsider
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<b>aberrate</b> (deviate) <i>v</i> aberrar
   
<b>abate</b> <i>vi</i> • remitter
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<b>aberration</b> <i>n</i> aberration
   
<b>abate</b> <i>vt</i> • minuer
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<b>abess</b> <i>n</i> abbatessa
   
<b>abatement</b> <i>n</i> diminution
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<b>abet</b> <i>v</i> adjutar, appoiar, esser complice
   
<b>abattoir</b> <i>n</i> macello
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<b>abettor</b> <i>n</i> adjutator, appoiator
   
<b>abattoir</b> (slaughterhouse) <i>n</i> • abattitorio
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<b>abeyance</b> (in ~) pendente
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* <i>n</i> suspension
   
<b>abbacy</b> <i>n</i> abbatia (-ìa)
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<b>abhor</b> (detest, hate) <i>v</i> abhorrer, detestar
   
<b>abbatial</b> <i>adj</i> • abbatial
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<b>abhorrence</b> <i>n</i> abhorrimento
   
<b>abbess</b> <i>n</i> abbatessa
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<b>abhorrent</b> (detestable) <i>adj</i> abhorrente, abhorribile, detestabile
   
<b>abbey</b> <i>n</i> • abbatia (-ìa)
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<b>abide</b> (- an opinion) <i>v</i> mantener
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* (- by a law) <i>v</i> observar
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* (dwell) <i>v</i> coler [col-/cult-]
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* <i>vi</i> demorar
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* <i>vt</i> tolerar
   
<b>abbot</b> <i>n</i> • abbate
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<b>abiding</b> (faithful) <i>adj</i> fidel
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* (law ~) <i>adj</i> observante le lege
   
<b>abbreviate</b> <i>v</i> abbreviar
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<b>ability</b> (capacity, skill) <i>n</i> habilitate, capacitate
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* ~ , (competence, qualification) (adequate) <i>n</i> sufficientia
   
<b>abbreviated</b> <i>adj</i> abbreviate
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<b>abiogenesis</b> (spontaneous generation) <i>n</i> abiog<u>e</u>nese, abiog<u>e</u>nesis
   
<b>abbreviated addressing</b> [Comp] <i>n</i> • adresation abbreviate
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<b>abiogenetic</b> <i>adj</i> abiogenetic
   
<b>abbreviation</b> (abridgment) <i>n</i> • abbreviation
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<b>abject</b> (mean, miserable) <i>adj</i> abjecte
   
<b>abbreviation</b> <i>n</i> • abbreviation
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<b>abjection</b> (abjectness) <i>n</i> abjection
   
<b>abbreviation</b> (shortened form of a word) <i>n</i> • abbreviatura
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<b>abjectness</b> (abjection) <i>n</i> abjection
   
<b>abbreviator</b> <i>n</i> • abbreviator
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<b>abjuration</b> <i>n</i> abjuration
   
<b>abbreviator</b> [R.C.Ch] <i>n</i> abbreviator
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<b>abjure</b> (renounce, recant, forswear, repudiate) <i>v</i> abjurar, renunciar
   
<b>abc's</b> <i>n</i> • abece, alphabeto
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<b>ablative</b> [Gram] <i>n</i> ablativo
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* ~ <b>absolute</b> [Gram] <i>n</i> ablativo absolute
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* <i>adj</i> ablative
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* <i>n</i> ablativo
   
<b>abdicate</b> (give up) <i>v</i> • abdicar
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<b>ablaze</b> (glittering) <i>adj</i> resplendente
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* (on fire) <i>adv</i> in flammas
   
<b>abdicate</b> <i>v</i> • abdicar
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<b>able</b> (be ~) <i>v</i> poter
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* (capable) <i>adj</i> capabile, capace
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* (skilful) <i>adj</i> habile
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* ~ <b>bodied</b> <i>adj</i> robuste, valide
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* ~ <b>seaman</b> <i>n</i> marinero
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* ~ <b>to loosen</b> (loosing) <i>adj</i> lytic
   
<b>abdication</b> <i>n</i> • abdication
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<b>ablution</b> (washing; wash the body) <i>n</i> ablution
   
<b>abdicative</b> <i>adj</i> • abdicative
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<b>ably</b> <i>adv</i> habilemente
   
<b>abdomen</b> (belly, stomach) <i>n</i> • gastro
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<b>abnegate</b> (deny oneself) <i>v</i> abnegar
   
<b>abdomen</b> <i>n</i> • abdomine
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<b>abnegation</b> (giving up rights; self-denial) <i>n</i> abnegation
   
<b>abdominal</b> <i>adj</i> • abdominal
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<b>abnormal</b> <i>adj</i> anormal
   
<b>abdominal</b> (ventral) <i>adj</i> • ventral
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<b>abnormality</b> <i>n</i> anormalitate
   
<b>abduce, lead away</b> [Physiol] (abduct) <i>v</i> • abducer [-duc-/-duct-]
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<b>abnormally</b> <i>adv</i> anormalmente
   
<b>abduct</b> (kidnap) <i>v</i> raper
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<b>aboard</b> <i>adv</i> a bordo, a bordo de
   
<b>abduct</b> <i>v</i> abducer
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<b>abode</b> (domicile, house) <i>n</i> domicilio, casa, domo
   
<b>abduction</b> (carrying off illegally) <i>n</i> • rapto
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<b>abolish</b> <i>v</i> abolir
   
<b>abduction</b> <i>n</i> • abduction
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<b>abolishment</b> (abolition) <i>n</i> abolimento
   
<b>abduction</b> [Physiol] <i>n</i> • abduction
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<b>abolition</b> (abolishment) <i>n</i> abolition
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* <i>n</i> dissolution
   
<b>abductor</b> [Physiol] <i>n</i> • abductor
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<b>abolitionism</b> <i>n</i> abolitionismo
   
<b>aberrance</b> <i>n</i> • aberrantia
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<b>abolitionist</b> <i>n</i> abolitionista
   
<b>aberrant</b> (abnormal) <i>adj</i> anormal
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<b>abominable</b> (hateful, horrible) <i>adj</i> abominabile, abhorribile
   
<b>aberrant</b> <i>adj</i> • aberrante
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<b>abominably</b> <i>adv</i> abominabilemente
   
<b>aberrant</b> (deviating from the normal type) <i>adj</i> • aberrante
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<b>abominate</b> <i>v</i> abominar
   
<b>aberrate, deviate</b> <i>v</i> • aberrar
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<b>abomination</b> (loathing; loathsome object) <i>n</i> abomination
   
<b>aberration</b> <i>n</i> • aberration
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<b>aboriginal</b> <i>adj</i> aboriginal
   
<b>abess</b> <i>n</i> • abbatessa
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<b>aborigine</b> <i>n</i> aborigine
   
<b>abet</b> <i>v</i> • adjutar, appoiar, esser complice
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<b>abort</b> (remain undeveloped or shrink away) [Biol] <i>v</i> abortar
   
<b>abettor</b> <i>n</i> • adjutator, appoiator
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<b>abortion</b> (miscarriage) <i>n</i> abortamento
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* <i>n</i> aborto
   
<b>abeyance</b> (in -) <i>adj</i> • pendente
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<b>abortive</b> <i>adj</i> abortive
   
<b>abeyance</b> <i>n</i> suspension
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<b>abound</b> (be plentiful, be abundant) <i>v</i> abundar, exuberar
   
<b>abhor</b> (detest) <i>v</i> • detestar
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<b>abounding</b> <i>adj</i> abundante
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* ~ <b>in fish</b> <i>adj</i> piscose
   
<b>abhor</b> (hate) <i>v</i> abhorrer
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<b>about</b> (- to) <i>phr</i> al - (+inf)
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* (around) <i>prep</i> circa
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* (be - to) <i>v</i> esser super le puncto de
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* (be ~) <i>v</i> esser super
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* (concerning, regarding, on) <i>prep</i> de, in re, re, s<u>u</u>per
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* <i>adv</i> approximativemente, circa
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* ~ <b>face</b> <i>n</i> reverso de direction
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* ~ <b>face</b> <i>v</i> reversar direction
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* ~ <b>forty</b> <i>n</i> quarantena
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* ~ <b>thirty</b> <i>n</i> trentena
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* ~ <b>town</b> <i>adj</i> cosmopolitan, urban
   
<b>abhor</b> <i>v</i> • abhorrer
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<b>above</b> (before) <i>adv</i>/<i>prep</i> ante
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* (on the top) <i>adv</i> in alto
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* (on the top, over) <i>adv</i>/<i>prep</i> supra
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* ~ <b>all</b> <i>phr</i> super toto
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* ~ <b>mentioned</b> <i>phr</i> jam mentionate
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* <i>prep</i> super
   
<b>abhorrence</b> <i>n</i> abhorrimento
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<b>aboveboard</b> <i>adj</i>/<i>adv</i> apertemente, sin deception
   
<b>abhorrent</b> <i>adj</i> abhorribile
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<b>aboveground</b> <i>adv</i> al superficie terrestre
   
<b>abhorrent</b> (detestable) <i>adj</i> detestabile
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<b>abracadabra</b> (magical incantation) <i>n</i> abracadabra (incantation magic)
   
<b>abide</b> (- an opinion) <i>v</i> • mantener
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<b>abrade</b> (wear away) <i>v</i> abrader
   
<b>abide</b> (- by a law) <i>v</i> • observar
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<b>Abraham</b> [Bib] <i>n</i> Abraham
   
<b>abide</b> (dwell) <i>v</i> • coler [col-/cult-]
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<b>abrasion</b> <i>n</i> abrasion
   
<b>abide</b> <i>vi</i> • demorar
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<b>abrasive</b> (irritating) <i>adj</i> abrasive
   
<b>abide</b> <i>vt</i> tolerar
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<b>abreast</b> (three ~) <i>adv</i> in fila triple
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* (two ~) <i>adv</i> in fila duple
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* <i>adv</i> in fila
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* ~ <b>of the times</b> <i>phr</i> al currente del cosas
   
<b>abiding</b> (faithful) <i>adj</i> • fidel
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<b>abridge</b> (abbreviate) <i>v</i> abbreviar
   
<b>abiding</b> (law -) <i>adj</i> • observante le lege
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<b>abridgement</b> (abbreviation) <i>n</i> abbreviamento, abbreviation, summario
   
<b>ability</b> (capacity) <i>n</i> • capacitate
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<b>abridger</b> (abbreviator) <i>n</i> abbreviator
   
<b>ability, competence, qualification</b> (adequate) <i>n</i> • sufficientia
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<b>abridging</b> (abbreviatory) <i>adj</i> abbreviative
   
<b>ability</b> <i>n</i> habilitate
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<b>abroad</b> <i>adv</i> al estraniero, al extero
   
<b>ability, skill</b> <i>n</i> • habilitate
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<b>abrogable</b> <i>adj</i> abrogabile
   
<b>abiogenesis</b> <i>n</i> • abiogenese, abiogenesis
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<b>abrogate</b> (cancel) <i>v</i> abrogar
   
<b>abiogenesis</b> (spontaneous generation) <i>n</i> • abiogenese (-génese), abiogenesis (-génesis)
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<b>abrogating</b> (rescinding) <i>adj</i> abrogatori
   
<b>abiogenetic</b> <i>adj</i> • abiogenetic
+
<b>abrogation</b> (repeal) <i>n</i> abrogation
   
<b>abject</b> (mean) <i>adj</i> • abjecte
+
<b>abrogative</b> <i>adj</i> abrogative
   
<b>abject</b> (miserable) <i>adj</i> • abjecte
+
<b>abrogator</b> <i>n</i> abrogator
   
<b>abjection</b> (abjectness) <i>n</i> abjection
+
<b>abrupt</b> (very steep) <i>adj</i> abrupte, brusc
   
<b>abjection</b> <i>n</i> abjection
+
<b>abruptly</b> <i>adv</i> abruptemente, bruscamente
   
<b>abjectness</b> <i>n</i> • abjection
+
<b>Abruzzi</b> <i>nprpl</i> Abruzzi
   
<b>abjuration</b> <i>n</i> • abjuration
+
<b>Absalom</b> [Bib] <i>nprm</i> Absalom
   
<b>abjure</b> (renounce, recant, foreswear) <i>v</i> • renunciar
+
<b>abscess</b> <i>n</i> abscesso
   
<b>abjure</b> (to forswear, recant, repudiate) <i>v</i> • abjurar
+
<b>abscind</b> (cut off) <i>v</i> abscinder
   
<b>abjure</b> <i>v</i> • abjurar
+
<b>abscissa</b> [Math] <i>n</i> abscissa
   
<b>ablative</b> <i>adj</i> • ablative
+
<b>abscond</b> (go away and hide) <i>v</i> discampar
   
<b>ablative</b> [Gram] <i>n</i> • ablativo
+
<b>absence</b> <i>n</i> absentia
   
<b>ablative</b> <i>n</i> • ablativo
+
<b>absent</b> <i>adj</i> absente
  +
* ~ <b>minded</b> <i>adj</i> distracte
  +
* ~ <b>mindedness</b> <i>n</i> distraction
  +
* ~ <b>oneself</b> <i>v</i> absentar se
  +
* ~ <b>without leave</b> (AWOL) <i>adj</i> absente sin permisso
   
<b>ablative absolute</b> [Gram] <i>n</i> • ablativo absolute
+
<b>absentee</b> <i>n</i> absentista
  +
* ~ <b>owner</b> <i>n</i> absentista
   
<b>ablaze</b> (glittering) <i>adj</i> • resplendente
+
<b>absenteeism</b> <i>n</i> absentismo
   
<b>ablaze</b> (on fire) <i>adv</i> in flammas
+
<b>absentia</b> (in ~) <i>phr</i> absentia (in ~)
   
<b>able</b> <i>adj</i> • habile
+
<b>absentminded</b> <i>adj</i> distracte
   
<b>able</b> (be -) <i>v</i> • poter
+
<b>absentmindedness</b> <i>n</i> distraction
   
<b>able</b> (capable) <i>adj</i> • capabile, capace
+
<b>absinthe</b> (1. [Bot] Absinthium; 2. alcoholic liquor absinthe) <i>n</i> absinthio
   
<b>able, skilful</b> <i>adj</i> • habile
+
<b>absinthial</b> (absinthic) <i>adj</i> absinthic
   
<b>able bodied</b> <i>adj</i> • robuste, valide
+
<b>absinthin</b> [Chem] <i>n</i> absinthina
   
<b>able seaman</b> <i>n</i> • marinero
+
<b>absinthism</b> [Med] <i>n</i> absinthismo
   
<b>able to loosen, loosing</b> <i>adj</i> • lytic
+
<b>absinthium</b> [Bot] <i>n</i> absinthio
   
<b>ablution</b> (washing; wash the body) <i>n</i> • ablution
+
<b>absolute</b> <i>adj</i> absolute
  +
* ~ <b>temperature</b> <i>n</i> temperatura absolute
   
<b>ably</b> <i>adv</i> • habilemente
+
<b>absolutely</b> <i>adv</i> absolutemente
   
<b>abnegate, deny oneself</b> <i>v</i> • abnegar
+
<b>absolution</b> (remission) <i>n</i> absolution
   
<b>abnegation</b> (giving up rights; self-denial) <i>n</i> • abnegation
+
<b>absolutism</b> <i>n</i> absolutismo
   
<b>abnormal</b> <i>adj</i> • anormal
+
<b>absolutist</b> <i>n</i> absolutista
   
<b>abnormality</b> <i>n</i> • anormalitate
+
<b>absolutory</b> (absolving) <i>adj</i> absolutori
   
<b>abnormally</b> <i>adv</i> anormalmente
+
<b>absolve</b> (acquit) <i>v</i> absolver [-solv-/-solut-]
   
<b>aboard</b> <i>adv</i> • a bordo, a bordo de
+
<b>absolver</b> (acquitter) <i>n</i> absolutor
   
<b>abode</b> (domicile) <i>n</i> • domicilio
+
<b>absorb</b> (- liquid) <i>v</i> absorber
  +
* (imbibe liquid) <i>v</i> imbiber
  +
* (knowledge) <i>v</i> assimilar
  +
* (resorb) <i>v</i> resorber
   
<b>abode</b> (house) <i>n</i> • casa
+
<b>absorbable</b> <i>adj</i> absorbibile
   
<b>abolish</b> <i>v</i> abolir
+
<b>absorbed</b> (engrossed, preoccupied) <i>adj</i> preoccupate (pp of preoccupar)
   
<b>abolishment</b> (abolition) <i>n</i> • abolimento
+
<b>absorbency</b> <i>n</i> absorbentia
   
<b>abolition</b> (abolishment) <i>n</i> • abolition
+
<b>absorbent</b> (absorbing substance) <i>n</i> absorbente
  +
* <i>adj</i> absorbente
  +
* ~ <b>cotton</b> <i>n</i> coton hydrophile, watta
   
<b>abolition</b> <i>n</i> • abolition
+
<b>absorption</b> (imbibition) <i>n</i> imbibition
  +
* (resorption) <i>n</i> resorption
  +
* (soaking up) <i>n</i> imbibimento
  +
* <i>n</i> absorption
   
<b>abolition</b> <i>n</i> dissolution
+
<b>abstain</b> (- from drinking) <i>v</i> abstiner se de biber
  +
* (- from voting) <i>v</i> abstiner se de votar
  +
* <i>v</i> abstiner se de<b>abstain</b> (- from blood) <i>v</i> abstiner se de sanguine
   
<b>abolitionism</b> <i>n</i> abolitionismo
+
<b>abstemious</b> (temperate) <i>adj</i> abstemie, abstinente
   
<b>abolitionist</b> <i>n</i> • abolitionista
+
<b>abstention</b> <i>n</i> abstention
   
<b>abominable</b> <i>adj</i> • abominabile
+
<b>abstentionist</b> <i>n</i> abstentionista
   
<b>abominable</b> (hateful, horrible) <i>adj</i> • abhorribile
+
<b>abstergent</b> <i>adj</i> abstergente
  +
* <i>n</i> abstergente
   
<b>abominably</b> <i>adv</i> • abominabilemente
+
<b>abstersion</b> <i>n</i> abstersion
   
<b>abominate</b> <i>v</i> • abominar
+
<b>abstersive</b> (cleansing) <i>adj</i> abstersive
   
<b>abomination</b> (loathing; loathsome object) <i>n</i> • abomination
+
<b>abstinence</b> <i>n</i> abstinentia
   
<b>abomination</b> <i>n</i> • abomination
+
<b>abstract</b> [Logic] <i>v</i> abstraher
  +
* <i>adj</i> abstracte
  +
* <i>n</i> summario
  +
* <i>v</i> abstraher
   
<b>aboriginal</b> <i>adj</i> • aboriginal
+
<b>abstraction</b> (state of being lost in thought) <i>n</i> abstraction
  +
* [Logic] <i>n</i> abstraction
   
<b>aborigine</b> <i>n</i> • aborigine
+
<b>abstractionism</b> <i>n</i> abstractionismo
   
<b>abort</b> (remain undeveloped or shrink away) [Biol] <i>v</i> • abortar
+
<b>abstruse</b>
  +
* (difficult to understand) <i>adj</i> difficile de comprender
  +
* (hard to get to, concealed) <i>adj</i> abstruse
  +
* (thrust away) <i>adj</i> abstruse
  +
* <i>adj</i> abstruse
   
<b>abort</b> <i>v</i> abortar
+
<b>absurd</b> (extravagante, odd, strange) <i>adj</i> extravagante (ppr of extravagar)
  +
* <i>adj</i> absurde
   
<b>abortion, miscarriage</b> <i>n</i> abortamento
+
<b>absurdity</b> (nonsense, oddness, strangeness) <i>n</i> absurditate, extravagantia, ineptia
   
<b>abortion</b> <i>n</i> • aborto
+
<b>absurdly</b> <i>adv</i> absurdemente
   
<b>abortive</b> <i>adj</i> abortive
+
<b>abundance</b> (copiousness, plenty) <i>n</i> abundantia, copiositate, copia
  +
* (uberty, fertility) <i>n</i> ubertate
   
<b>abound, be abundant</b> <i>v</i> exuberar
+
<b>abundant</b> <i>adj</i> abundante, copiose
  +
* <i>adj</i> copiose
   
<b>abound</b> (be plentiful) <i>v</i> • abundar
+
<b>abundantly</b> <i>adv</i> abundantemente
   
<b>abound</b> <i>v</i> • abundar, exuberar
+
<b>abuse</b> (abuse) <i>v</i> abusar (de)
  +
* (improper or wrong use) <i>n</i> abuso
  +
* (injure) <i>vt</i> injuriar
  +
* (insult) <i>n</i> insulto
  +
* (insult) <i>vt</i> insultar
  +
* (invective) <i>n</i> invectiva
  +
* (misuse) <i>n</i> misuso
  +
* (misuse) <i>v</i> misusar
  +
* ~ <b>of confidence</b> (confidence trick) <i>phr</i> abuso de confidentia
   
<b>abounding</b> <i>adj</i> • abundante
+
<b>abuser</b> (misuser) <i>n</i> abusator
   
<b>abounding in fish</b> <i>adj</i> • piscose
+
<b>abusive</b> (insulting) <i>adj</i> injuriose
  +
* (misusing) <i>adj</i> abusive
  +
* (of improper or wrong use) <i>adj</i> abusive
  +
* (reviling) <i>adj</i> invective
   
<b>about</b> (- to) <i>phr</i> • al - (+inf)
+
<b>abut on</b> <i>phr</i> confinar con
   
<b>about</b> <i>adv</i> • approximativemente, circa
+
<b>abutment</b> <i>n</i> confinamento
   
<b>about</b> (around) <i>prep</i> • circa
+
<b>abysm</b> <i>n</i> abysmo
   
<b>about</b> (be - to) <i>v</i> • esser super le puncto de
+
<b>abysmal</b> <i>adj</i> abysmal
   
<b>about</b> (be -) <i>v</i> • esser super
+
<b>abysmally</b> <i>adv</i> abysmalmente
   
<b>about</b> (concerning, on) <i>prep</i> • super (sù-)
+
<b>abyss</b> (whirlpool, gulf) <i>n</i> g<u>u</u>rgite
  +
* <i>n</i> abysso
   
<b>about</b> (concerning) <i>prep</i> • de, in re, re
+
<b>abyssal</b> <i>adj</i> abyssal
   
<b>about, of, on, concerning, regarding</b> <i>prep</i> • re
+
<b>Abyssinia</b> [Geog] <i>npr</i> Abyssinia
   
<b>about face</b> <i>n</i> • reverso de direction
+
<b>Abyssinian</b> <i>adj</i> abyssin
  +
* <i>n</i> abyssino
   
<b>about face</b> <i>v</i> • reversar direction
+
<b>acacia</b> [Bot] <i>n</i> acacia
   
<b>about forty</b> <i>n</i> • quarantena
+
<b>academia</b> (the academics) <i>n</i> academia
  +
* ~ <b>pro Interlingua</b> (Interlingua Association) <i>n</i> Academia pro Interlingua
   
<b>about thirty</b> <i>n</i> • trentena
+
<b>academic</b> <i>adj</i> academic
   
<b>about town</b> <i>adj</i> • cosmopolitan, urban
+
<b>academical</b> <i>adj</i> academic
   
<b>above</b> <i>adv</i> • in alto
+
<b>academician</b> <i>n</i> acad<u>e</u>mico
   
<b>above</b> (before) <i>adv/prep</i> • ante
+
<b>Academus</b> [Gr. Mythol] <i>n</i> Academo
   
<b>above</b> (on the top) <i>adv</i> • supra
+
<b>academy</b> <i>n</i> academia
   
<b>above</b> (over) <i>prep</i> • supra
+
<b>Acanthaceae</b> [Bot] <i>n</i> acanthaceas
   
<b>above</b> <i>prep</i> • super
+
<b>acanthaceous</b> [Bot] <i>adj</i> acanthacee
   
<b>above all</b> <i>phr</i> • super toto
+
<b>acanthophorous</b> (spine-bearing) <i>adj</i> acanth<u>o</u>phore
   
<b>above mentioned</b> <i>phr</i> • jam mentionate
+
<b>acanthus</b> [Arch] [Bot] <i>n</i> acantho
   
<b>aboveboard</b> <i>adj/adv</i> • apertemente, sin deception
+
<b>acappella</b> (singing without music) <i>adv</i> acappella
   
<b>aboveground</b> <i>adv</i> • al superficie terrestre
+
<b>accede</b> (approach, assent) <i>v</i> acceder
   
<b>abracadabra</b> (magical incantation) <i>n</i> • incantation (magic)
+
<b>accelerando</b> [Mus] <i>n</i> accelerando
   
<b>abracadabra</b> <i>n</i> • abracadabra
+
<b>accelerate</b> (quicken) <i>v</i> celerar
  +
* <i>v</i> accelerar, accelerar se
   
<b>abrade</b> <i>v</i> • abrader [-rad-/-ras-]
+
<b>acceleration</b> <i>n</i> acceleration
   
<b>abrade</b> (wear away) <i>v</i> • abrader
+
<b>accelerator</b> (anything which increases speed of motion, contrivance for producing greater speed in a machine) <i>n</i> accelerator
   
<b>Abraham</b> [Bib] <i>n</i> • Abraham
+
<b>accensibility</b> (inflammability, combustibility) <i>n</i> accensibilitate
   
<b>abrasion</b> <i>n</i> • abrasion
+
<b>accensible</b> (inflammable, combustible) <i>adj</i> accensibile
   
<b>abrasive</b> <i>adj</i> • abrasive
+
<b>accent</b> (stress) <i>n</i> accento
  +
* ~ <b>mark</b> <i>n</i> accento
  +
* <i>v</i> accentuar
   
<b>abrasive</b> (irritating) <i>adj</i> • abrasive
+
<b>accentuate</b> (accent) <i>v</i> accentuar
   
<b>abreast</b> <i>adv</i> • in fila
+
<b>accentuation</b> <i>n</i> accentuation
   
<b>abreast</b> (three -) <i>adv</i> • in fila triple
+
<b>accept</b> <i>v</i> acceptar
   
<b>abreast</b> (two -) <i>adv</i> • in fila duple
+
<b>acceptability</b> <i>n</i> acceptabilitate
   
<b>abreast of the times</b> <i>phr</i> • al currente del cosas
+
<b>acceptable</b> <i>adj</i> acceptabile
   
<b>abridge</b> (abbreviate) <i>v</i> • abbreviar
+
<b>acceptance</b> <i>n</i> acceptation
   
<b>abridge</b> <i>v</i> • abbreviar
+
<b>acceptation</b> (standard meaning) <i>n</i> acception
   
<b>abridgement</b> (abbreviation) <i>n</i> • abbreviamento
+
<b>access</b> (access to a place) <i>n</i> accesso
  +
* (fit) <i>n</i> accesso
  +
* [Comp] <i>n</i> accesso
  +
* ~ <b>arm</b> [Comp] <i>n</i> br<u>a</u>chio / br<u>a</u>cio de accesso, br<u>a</u>cio / br<u>a</u>cio de accesso
  +
* ~ <b>time</b> [Comp] <i>n</i> tempore de accesso
  +
* ~ <b>type</b> [Comp] <i>n</i> typo de accesso
   
<b>abridgement</b> <i>n</i> • summario
+
<b>accessibility</b> <i>n</i> accessibilitate
   
<b>abridger</b> (abbreviator) <i>n</i> • abbreviator
+
<b>accessible</b> (approachable) <i>adj</i> abbordabile
  +
* (places) <i>adj</i> accessibile
   
<b>abridging</b> (abbreviatory) <i>adj</i> • abbreviative
+
<b>accession</b> (accession to a dignity or a throne) <i>n</i> accession
   
<b>abroad</b> <i>adv</i> • al estraniero, al extero
+
<b>accessory</b> (adjunct) <i>adj</i> accessori
  +
* (object) <i>n</i> accessorio
  +
* (person) <i>n</i> complice
   
<b>abrogable</b> <i>adj</i> • abrogabile
+
<b>accidence</b> [Gram] <i>n</i> accidente
   
<b>abrogate</b> (cancel) <i>v</i> • abrogar
+
<b>accident</b> (chance) <i>n</i> accidente
  +
* (contingency) <i>n</i> accidente
  +
* (mishap) <i>n</i> accidente
  +
* (nonessential quality) <i>n</i> accidente
   
<b>abrogate</b> <i>v</i> abrogar
+
<b>accidental</b> (happening by chance) <i>adj</i> accidental, fortuite
  +
* (nonessential) <i>adj</i> accidental
  +
* [Mus] <i>n</i> accidental
  +
* <i>adj</i> accidental
   
<b>abrogating</b> (rescinding) <i>adj</i> • abrogatori
+
<b>accidentally</b> <i>adv</i> accidentalmente
   
<b>abrogation, repeal</b> <i>n</i> • abrogation
+
<b>acclaim</b> (acclamation) <i>n</i> acclamation
  +
* (applaud) <i>v</i> acclamar
   
<b>abrogative</b> <i>adj</i> • abrogative
+
<b>acclaimer</b> <i>n</i> acclamator
   
<b>abrogator</b> <i>n</i> • abrogator
+
<b>acclamation</b> <i>n</i> acclamation
   
<b>abrupt</b> <i>adj</i> • abrupte, brusc
+
<b>acclimate</b> <i>v</i> acclimatar
   
<b>abrupt</b> (very steep) <i>adj</i> • abrupte
+
<b>acclimation</b> <i>n</i> acclimatation
   
<b>abruptly</b> <i>adv</i> • abruptemente, bruscamente
+
<b>acclimatization</b> (acclimation) <i>n</i> acclimatation
   
<b>Abruzzi</b> <i>n</i> Abruzzi
+
<b>acclimatize</b> (acclimate) <i>v</i> acclimatar, acclimatar se
   
<b>Absalom</b> [Bib] <i>n</i> • Absalom
+
<b>accolade</b> (ceremonious salutation and embrace) <i>n</i> accollada
   
<b>abscess</b> <i>n</i> • abscesso
+
<b>accommodate</b> (adapt) <i>v</i> accommodar
  +
* (adjust) <i>v</i> adjustar
  +
* (lodge) <i>v</i> albergar, allogiar
  +
* (settle disputes) <i>v</i> accommodar
   
<b>abscind, cut off</b> <i>v</i> • abscinder [-scind-/-sciss-]
+
<b>accommodating</b> (complaisant) <i>adj</i> complacente
  +
* (ready to compromise) <i>adj</i> transigente
   
<b>abscissa</b> [Math] <i>n</i> • abscissa
+
<b>accommodation</b> (adaptation) <i>n</i> accommodation
  +
* (adapting) <i>n</i> accommodation
  +
* (adjusting) <i>n</i> adjustamento
  +
* (lodgings) <i>n</i> albergo, allogiamento
   
<b>abscond</b> (go away and hide) <i>v</i> • discampar
+
<b>accommodator</b> <i>n</i> accommodator
   
<b>absence</b> <i>n</i> • absentia
+
<b>accompaniment</b> <i>n</i> accompaniamento
   
<b>absence</b> <i>v</i> • absentia
+
<b>accompanist</b> [Mus] <i>n</i> accompaniator
   
<b>absent</b> <i>adj</i> • absente
+
<b>accompany</b> <i>v</i> accompaniar
   
<b>absent minded</b> <i>adj</i> • distracte
+
<b>accompanying</b> (action of) <i>n</i> accompaniamento
   
<b>absent mindedness</b> <i>n</i> • distraction
+
<b>accomplice</b> <i>n</i> c<u>o</u>mplice
   
<b>absent oneself</b> <i>v</i> • absentar se
+
<b>accomplish</b> (achieve) <i>v</i> complir
   
<b>absent without leave</b> (AWOL) <i>adj</i> absente sin permisso
+
<b>accomplished</b> (perfect in acquirements) <i>adj</i> complite (pp of complir)
  +
* <i>adj</i> experte
   
<b>absentee</b> <i>n</i> • absentista
+
<b>accomplisher</b> <i>n</i> complitor
   
<b>absentee owner</b> <i>n</i> • absentista
+
<b>accomplishment</b> (action of accomplishing or achieving) <i>n</i> complimento
   
<b>absenteeism</b> <i>n</i> • absentismo
+
<b>accord</b> (agreement) <i>n</i> accordo
  +
* (of one's own ~) <i>adv</i> spontaneemente
  +
* <i>v</i> accordar
  +
* <i>v</i> accordar (se)
   
<b>absentia</b> (in -) <i>phr</i> • absentia (in - )
+
<b>according as</b> <i>prep</i> secundo que
  +
* <i>prep</i> accordante
  +
* ~ <b>to</b> <i>prep</i> secundo, conforme a, secun
   
<b>absentminded</b> <i>adj</i> distracte
+
<b>accordingly</b> (therefore, then, consequently) <i>adv</i> ergo, in consequentia
  +
* (under the circumstances) <i>adv</i> ita
   
<b>absentmindedness</b> <i>n</i> • distraction
+
<b>accordion</b> <i>n</i> accordion
   
<b>absinthe</b> (1. [Bot] Absinthium; 2. alcoholic liquor absinthe) <i>n</i> • absinthio
+
<b>accordionist</b> <i>n</i> accordionista
   
<b>absinthial, absinthic</b> <i>adj</i> absinthic
+
<b>accost</b> (address) <i>v</i> accostar, abbordar
   
<b>absinthin</b> [Chem] <i>n</i> • absinthina
+
<b>accostable</b> (approachable) <i>adj</i> accostabile
   
<b>absinthism</b> [Med] <i>n</i> absinthismo
+
<b>account</b> (bill) <i>n</i> conto, nota
  +
* (calculation) <i>n</i> conto
  +
* (on - of) a causa de
  +
* (story, report) <i>n</i> conto, relation, reporto
  +
* [Commer] <i>n</i> conto
  +
* ~ <b>for</b> <i>v</i> dar conto de
   
<b>absinthium</b> [Bot] <i>n</i> • absinthio
+
<b>accountability</b> (responsibility) <i>n</i> responsabilitate
   
<b>absolute</b> <i>adj</i> • absolute
+
<b>accountable</b> <i>adj</i> responsabile
   
<b>absolute temperature</b> <i>n</i> • temperatura absolute
+
<b>accountancy</b> (bookkeeping) <i>n</i> contabilitate
   
<b>absolutely</b> <i>adv</i> • absolutemente
+
<b>accountant</b> (expert ~) <i>n</i> contabile
   
<b>absolution</b> (remission) <i>n</i> • absolution
+
<b>accounting</b> (bookkeeping) <i>adj</i> contabile
   
<b>absolutism</b> <i>n</i> • absolutismo
+
<b>accouter</b> (equip) <i>v</i> equipar
   
<b>absolutist</b> <i>n</i> • absolutista
+
<b>accoutrements</b> (equipment) <i>n</i> equipage
   
<b>absolutory</b> (absolving) <i>adj</i> • absolutori
+
<b>accredit</b> (send with credentials) <i>v</i> accreditar
   
<b>absolve</b> (acquit) <i>v</i> • absolver [-solv-/-solut-]
+
<b>accreditation</b> <i>n</i> accreditation
   
<b>absolver</b> (acquitter) <i>n</i> absolutor
+
<b>accretion</b> <i>n</i> accretion, accrescimento, accumulamento
   
<b>absolver</b> <i>n</i> absolutor
+
<b>accrue</b> <i>v</i> accrescer, accumular
   
<b>absorb</b> (knowledge) <i>v</i> • assimilar
+
<b>accumulate</b> (heap up) <i>v</i> accumular
  +
* <i>v</i> accumular (se)
   
<b>absorb</b> (imbibe liquid) <i>v</i> • imbiber
+
<b>accumulation</b> (heaping or piling up) <i>n</i> accumulamento
   
<b>absorb</b> (- liquid) <i>v</i> • absorber [-sorb-/-sorpt-]
+
<b>accumulator</b> (one who accumulates) <i>n</i> accumulator
  +
* (storage battery) <i>n</i> accumulator
   
<b>absorb, resorb</b> <i>v</i> resorber [-sorb-/-sorpt-]
+
<b>accuracy</b> (precision, exactitude, exactness) <i>n</i> precision, exactitude, justessa
   
<b>absorbable</b> <i>adj</i> absorbibile
+
<b>accurate</b> (correct, exact, precise) <i>adj</i> correcte, exacte, precise, juste
   
<b>absorbed, engrossed, preoccupied</b> <i>adj</i> preoccupate (pp of preoccupar)
+
<b>accursed</b> (cursed) <i>adj</i> condemnabile. maledicte
   
<b>absorbency</b> <i>n</i> • absorbentia
+
<b>accurst</b> (accursed) <i>n</i> condemnato
   
<b>absorbent</b> (absorbing substance) <i>n</i> • absorbente
+
<b>accusation</b> <i>n</i> accusation
   
<b>absorbent</b> <i>adj</i> • absorbente
+
<b>accusative</b> [Gram] <i>n</i> accusativo
  +
* <i>adj</i> accusative
  +
* <i>n</i> accusativo
   
<b>absorbent cotton</b> <i>n</i> • coton hydrophile, watta
+
<b>accuse</b> <i>v</i> accusar
   
<b>absorption</b> (imbibition) <i>n</i> • imbibition
+
<b>accused</b> (defendant) <i>n</i> accusato
  +
* [Jur] <i>adj</i> accusate
   
<b>absorption</b> <i>n</i> • absorption
+
<b>accuser</b> <i>n</i> accusator
   
<b>absorption, resorption</b> <i>n</i> • resorption
+
<b>accusing</b> (accusation) <i>n</i> accusamento
  +
* (accusatory) <i>adj</i> accusatori
   
<b>absorption</b> (soaking up) <i>n</i> imbibimento
+
<b>accustom</b> (habituate) <i>v</i> accostumar, habituar
   
<b>abstain</b> (- from blood) <i>v</i> abstiner se de sanguine
+
<b>accustomed</b> (be - to) <i>v</i> haber le costume de, soler
  +
* (be ~) <i>past part</i> accostumate, consuete, habituate
  +
* (usual) <i>adj</i> accostumate (pp of accostumar)
  +
* (usual, wonted) <i>adj</i> accostumate, consuete, s<u>o</u>lite
   
<b>abstain</b> (- from drinking) <i>v</i> • abstiner se de biber
+
<b>ace</b> (cards) <i>n</i> asse
  +
* (dice) <i>n</i> asse
  +
* (highly skilled person) <i>n</i> asse
  +
* (tennis) <i>n</i> asse
  +
* [Aviation] <i>n</i> asse
   
<b>abstain</b> (- from voting) <i>v</i> abstiner se de votar
+
<b>acephalous</b> (headless) <i>adj</i> sin capite, ac<u>e</u>phale
   
<b>abstain</b> <i>v</i> • abstiner se de
+
<b>acerb</b> (acrid, harsh) <i>adj</i> acerbe
   
<b>abstemious</b> <i>adj</i> • abstinente
+
<b>acerbate</b> <i>v</i> acerbar
   
<b>abstemious</b> (temperate) <i>adj</i> • abstemie
+
<b>acerbity</b> (bitterness in taste) <i>n</i> acerbitate
   
<b>abstention</b> <i>n</i> • abstention
+
<b>acetabulum</b> [Rom. Antiq] <i>n</i> acetabulo
   
<b>abstentionist</b> <i>n</i> • abstentionista
+
<b>acetamide</b> [Chem] <i>n</i> acet<u>a</u>mido
   
<b>abstergent</b> <i>adj</i> • abstergente
+
<b>acetate</b> [Chem] <i>n</i> acetato
   
<b>abstergent</b> <i>n</i> • abstergente
+
<b>acetic</b> <i>adj</i> acetic
   
<b>abstersion</b> <i>n</i> • abstersion
+
<b>acetification</b> <i>n</i> acetification
   
<b>abstersive</b> (cleansing) <i>adj</i> • abstersive
+
<b>acetify</b> <i>v</i> acetificar
   
<b>abstinence</b> <i>n</i> • abstinentia
+
<b>acetone</b> [Chem] <i>n</i> acetona
   
<b>abstract</b> <i>adj</i> • abstracte
+
<b>acetose</b> <i>adj</i> acetose
   
<b>abstract</b> [Logic] <i>v</i> • abstraher
+
<b>acetous</b> (acetose) <i>adj</i> acetose
   
<b>abstract</b> [Logic] <i>v</i> • abstraher [-trah-/-tract-]
+
<b>acetylene</b> [Chem] <i>n</i> acetylen
   
<b>abstract</b> <i>n</i> summario
+
<b>ache</b> (pain) <i>n</i> dolor, mal
  +
* <i>v</i> doler
   
<b>abstract</b> <i>v</i> • abstraher
+
<b>Acheron</b> <i>npr</i> Acheronte
   
<b>abstraction</b> [Logic] <i>n</i> abstraction
+
<b>aches</b> (my head ~) <i>n</i> le capite me dole
   
<b>abstraction</b> <i>n</i> • abstraction
+
<b>achieve</b> <i>v</i> complir
   
<b>abstraction</b> (state of being lost in thought) <i>n</i> • abstraction
+
<b>achievement</b> <i>n</i> complimento
   
<b>abstractionism</b> <i>n</i> • abstractionismo
+
<b>Achillea</b> [Bot] <i>n</i> achill<u>e</u>a
   
<b>abstruse</b> <i>adj</i> • abstruse
+
<b>Achilles</b> [Gr. Mythol] <i>n</i> Ach<u>i</u>lles
   
<b>abstruse</b> (difficult to understand) <i>adj</i> • difficile de comprender
+
<b>achromatic</b> (colorless) [Opt] <i>adj</i> achromatic
   
<b>abstruse</b> (hard to get to, concealed) <i>adj</i> • abstruse
+
<b>achromatism</b> [Opt] <i>n</i> achromatismo
   
<b>abstruse</b> (thrust away) <i>adj</i> • abstruse
+
<b>achromatization</b> [Opt] <i>n</i> achromatisation
   
<b>absurd</b> <i>adj</i> • absurde
+
<b>achromatize</b> [Opt] <i>v</i> achromatisar
   
<b>absurd</b> (extravagant) <i>adj</i> • extravagante
+
<b>achromatopsy</b> (complete color blindness) <i>n</i> achromatops<u>i</u>a
   
<b>absurd, odd, strange</b> <i>adj</i> • extravagante (ppr of extravagar)
+
<b>achromatous</b> (colorless) <i>adj</i> achromate
   
<b>absurd, odd, strange</b> <i>adj</i> • extravagante
+
<b>acicula</b> (needle, prickle) [Bot] <i>n</i> acicula
   
<b>absurdity</b> <i>n</i> • ineptia
+
<b>acicular</b> <i>adj</i> acicular
   
<b>absurdity</b> <i>n</i> • absurditate
+
<b>acid</b> <i>adj</i> <u>a</u>cide
  +
* <i>n</i> <u>a</u>cido
  +
* ~ <b>precipitation</b> <i>n</i> precipitation de aciditate
  +
* ~ <b>rain</b> <i>n</i> pluvia acide
  +
* ~ <b>test</b> <i>n</i> test de acido
   
<b>absurdity</b> <i>n</i> extravagantia
+
<b>acidic</b> <i>adj</i> <u>a</u>cide, acidic
   
<b>absurdity</b> (nonsense) <i>n</i> • ineptia
+
<b>acidifiable</b> <i>adj</i> acidificabile
   
<b>absurdity, oddness, strangeness</b> <i>n</i> • extravagantia
+
<b>acidification</b> <i>n</i> acidification
   
<b>absurdly</b> <i>adv</i> • absurdemente
+
<b>acidify</b> (make acid, convert into an acid) <i>v</i> acidficar
   
<b>abundance, copiousness, plenty</b> <i>n</i> • copia
+
<b>acidimeter</b> <i>n</i> acid<u>i</u>metro
   
<b>abundance</b> (copiousness) <i>n</i> • copiositate
+
<b>acidity</b> <i>n</i> aciditate
   
<b>abundance</b> <i>n</i> abundantia
+
<b>acidosis</b> <i>n</i> acidosis, acidose
   
<b>abundance uberty, fertility</b> <i>n</i> • ubertate
+
<b>acidulate</b> (flavor with an acid) <i>v</i> acidular
   
<b>abundant</b> <i>adj</i> • abundante
+
<b>acidulous</b> <i>adj</i> acidule
   
<b>abundant</b> <i>adj</i> ubere
+
<b>acierage</b> (steel plating) <i>n</i> acierage ¬acieraje
   
<b>abundant</b> <i>adj</i> • copiose
+
<b>acieration</b> (conversion into steel) <i>n</i> acieration
   
<b>abundantly</b> <i>adv</i> • abundantemente
+
<b>acknowledge</b>
  +
* (- receipt of) <i>v</i> accusar reception de
  +
* <i>v</i> admitter
  +
* <i>v</i> recognoscer
   
<b>abuse</b> (abuse) <i>v</i> • abusar
+
<b>acknowledgement</b> <i>n</i> admission
  +
* <i>n</i> recognoscentia
   
<b>abuse</b> (abuse) <i>v</i> • abusar (de)
+
<b>acme</b> <i>n</i> c<u>u</u>lmine
   
<b>abuse</b> (improper or wrong use) <i>n</i> • abuso
+
<b>acne</b> <i>n</i> acn<u>e</u>
   
<b>abuse</b> (injure) <i>vt</i> • injuriar
+
<b>aco</b>- (remedy) [occurring in compounds] <i>n</i> aco-
   
<b>abuse</b> (insult) <i>n</i> • insulto
+
<b>acologic</b> [Med] <i>adj</i> acologic
   
<b>abuse</b> (insult) <i>vt</i> • insultar
+
<b>acology</b> [Med] <i>n</i> acolog<u>i</u>a
   
<b>abuse, invective</b> <i>n</i> • invectiva
+
<b>acolyte</b> <i>n</i> ac<u>o</u>lyto
   
<b>abuse, misuse</b> <i>v</i> • misusar
+
<b>aconite</b> [Bot] <i>n</i> ac<u>o</u>nito
   
<b>abuse</b> (misuse) <i>n</i> • misuso
+
<b>acorn</b> <i>n</i> glande
   
<b>abuse</b> (misuse) <i>v</i> • misusar
+
<b>acorn-shaped</b> (glandiform) <i>adj</i> glandiforme
   
<b>abuse</b> <i>n</i> • invectiva
+
<b>acotyledon</b> <i>n</i> acotyledon
   
<b>abuse</b> <i>n</i> • abuso
+
<b>acoustic</b> <i>adj</i> ac<u>u</u>stic
   
<b>abuse of confidence</b> (confidence trick) <i>phr</i> • abuso de confidentia
+
<b>acoustical</b> <i>adj</i> ac<u>u</u>stic
   
<b>abuser</b> (misuser) <i>n</i> • abusator
+
<b>acousticly</b> <i>adv</i> ac<u>u</u>sticamente
   
<b>abusive</b> (insulting) <i>adj</i> • injuriose
+
<b>acoustics</b> <i>n</i> ac<u>u</u>stica
   
<b>abusive</b> (misusing) <i>adj</i> abusive
+
<b>acquaint</b> <i>v</i> informar, poner al currente
   
<b>abusive</b> (of improper or wrong use) <i>adj</i> • abusive
+
<b>acquaintance</b> (knowledge) <i>n</i> cognoscentia
  +
* (person with whom one is acquainted) <i>n</i> cognoscentia
   
<b>abusive</b> (reviling) <i>adj</i> invective
+
<b>acquainted with</b> (be ~) <i>v</i> cognoscer, esser al currente de
   
<b>abut on</b> <i>phr</i> • confinar con
+
<b>acquiesce</b> (agree without enthusiasm) <i>v</i> acquiescer
   
<b>abutment</b> <i>n</i> • confinamento
+
<b>acquiescence</b> <i>n</i> acquiescentia
   
<b>abysm</b> <i>n</i> abysmo
+
<b>acquiescent</b> <i>adj</i> acquiescente (ppr of acquiescer)
   
<b>abysmal</b> <i>adj</i> • abysmal
+
<b>acquirable</b> <i>adj</i> acquiribile
   
<b>abysmally</b> <i>adv</i> • abysmalmente
+
<b>acquire</b> <i>v</i> acquirer
   
<b>abyss</b> <i>n</i> • abysso
+
<b>acquirement</b> <i>n</i> acquisition
   
<b>abyss</b> (whirlpool, gulf) <i>n</i> • gurgite
+
<b>acquirer</b> <i>n</i> acquiritor
   
<b>abyss</b> (whirlpool, gulf) <i>n</i> • gurgite (gùr-)
+
<b>acquisition</b> (act of acquiring) <i>n</i> acquisition
  +
* (thing acquired) <i>n</i> acquisition, acquesto
   
<b>abyssal</b> <i>adj</i> abyssal
+
<b>acquit</b> (free from obligation) <i>v</i> absolver, disculpar
  +
* (release from a duty or obligation) <i>v</i> quitar
   
<b>Abyssinia</b> [Geog] <i>n</i> • Abyssinia
+
<b>acquittal</b> <i>n</i> absolution
   
<b>Abyssinian</b> <i>adj</i> • abyssin
+
<b>acre</b> ¬A <i>n</i> acre
   
<b>Abyssinian</b> <i>n</i> • abyssino
+
<b>acreage</b> <i>n</i> area
   
<b>-ac-</b> (remedy) [occurring in compounds] <i>n</i> aco-
+
<b>acrid</b> (bitter) <i>adj</i> acride, acerbe, acre
   
<b>acacia</b> [Bot] <i>n</i> • acacia
+
<b>acridness</b> <i>n</i> acritate
   
<b>acacia</b> <i>n</i> • acacia
+
<b>acrimonious</b> <i>adj</i> acrimoniose
   
<b>academia</b> (the academics) <i>n</i> • academia
+
<b>acrimony</b> (bitterness in argument) <i>n</i> acrimonia
   
<b>academia</b> (the academics) <i>n</i> • academia (le - )
+
<b>acro</b>- (terminal, topmost) [occurring in compounds] <i>adj</i> acro-
   
<b>Academia pro Interlingua</b> (Interlingua Association) <i>n</i> • Academia pro Interlingua
+
<b>acrobat</b> <i>n</i> acr<u>o</u>bata
   
<b>academic</b> <i>adj</i> • academic
+
<b>acrobatic</b> <i>adj</i> acrobatic
   
<b>academical</b> <i>adj</i> • academic
+
<b>acrobaticly</b> <i>adv</i> acrob<u>a</u>ticamente
   
<b>academician</b> <i>n</i> • academico
+
<b>acrobatics</b> <i>n</i> acrobat<u>i</u>a
   
<b>Academus</b> [Gr. Mythol] <i>n</i> • Academo
+
<b>acrobatism</b> <i>n</i> acrobatismo
   
<b>academy</b> <i>n</i> • academia
+
<b>acronym</b> <i>n</i> acr<u>o</u>mymo
   
<b>Acanthaceae</b> [Bot] <i>n</i> • acanthaceas
+
<b>acrophobia</b> <i>n</i> acrophobia
   
<b>acanthaceous</b> [Bot] <i>adj</i> acanthacee
+
<b>acropolis</b> <i>n</i> acropole, acropolis
   
<b>acanthophorous, spine-bearing</b> <i>adj</i> acanthophore
+
<b>across</b> (over, beyond, on the farther side of) <i>prep</i> trans, al transverso de, al altere latere de
  +
* <i>adv</i> a transverso, al altere latere
   
<b>acanthophorous, spine-bearing</b> <i>adj</i> • acanthophore [-òphore]
+
<b>acrostic</b> (initial spelled line verse) [Pros] <i>n</i> acrostichio
   
<b>acanthus</b> [Arch] <i>n</i> • acantho
+
<b>act</b> (act of a play) <i>n</i> acto
  +
* (action, deed) <i>n</i> acto
  +
* (behave) <i>v</i> conducer
  +
* (behave) <i>v</i> conducer (se)
  +
* (do) <i>vi</i> ager
  +
* (in the ~) <i>adv</i> in flagrante delicto
  +
* (theat) <i>vt</i> jocar, representar
  +
* ~ <b>of god</b> <i>n</i> caso fortuite
  +
* ~ <b>of parliament</b> <i>n</i> acto del parlamento, lege, statuto
  +
* ~ <b>of soaking</b> <i>n</i> imbibition
   
<b>acanthus</b> [Bot] <i>n</i> acantho
+
<b>acting</b> (temporary) <i>adj</i> interimari (in le interim)
  +
* <i>n</i> joco, representation
   
<b>acanthus</b> <i>n</i> • acantho
+
<b>actinia</b> (sea anemone) [Bot] <i>n</i> actinia
   
<b>acappella</b> (singing without music) <i>adv</i> • acappella
+
<b>actinic</b> <i>adj</i> actinic
   
<b>accede</b> (approach, assent) <i>v</i> acceder
+
<b>actinium</b> (Ac) <i>n</i> actinio, actinium
   
<b>accede</b> (assent) <i>v</i> • acceder
+
<b>action</b> (act, acting) <i>n</i> action
  +
* (lawsuit) <i>n</i> action
   
<b>accede</b> (assent) <i>v</i> • acceder [-ced-/-cess-]
+
<b>actionable</b> <i>adj</i> actionabile
   
<b>accelerando</b> [Mus] <i>n</i> • accelerando
+
<b>activate</b> <i>v</i> activar
   
<b>accelerando</b> [Mus] <i>n</i> • accelerando [I]
+
<b>activation</b> <i>n</i> activation
   
<b>accelerate, quicken</b> <i>v</i> • celerar
+
<b>active</b> <i>adj</i> active
  +
* <i>v</i> <b>oice</b> <i>phr</i> voce active
   
<b>accelerate</b> <i>v</i> • accelerar
+
<b>activist</b> <i>n</i> activista
   
<b>accelerate</b> <i>v</i> • accelerar (se)
+
<b>activity</b> <i>n</i> activitate
   
<b>acceleration</b> <i>n</i> • acceleration
+
<b>actor</b> <i>n</i> actor
   
<b>accelerator</b> (anything which increases speed of motion) <i>n</i> • accelerator
+
<b>actress</b> <i>n</i> actrice
   
<b>accelerator</b> (contrivance for producing greater speed in a machine) <i>n</i> accelerator
+
<b>acts of desperation</b> <i>phr</i> actos de desperation
  +
* ~ <b>of love</b> <i>phr</i> actiones de amor
  +
* ~ <b>of negligence</b> <i>phr</i> actiones de negligentia
  +
* ~ <b>of violence</b> <i>phr</i> actos de violentia
   
<b>accelerator</b> <i>n</i> • accelerator
+
<b>actual</b> (current, present) <i>adj</i> actual
  +
* (real) <i>adj</i> actual
   
<b>accensibility, inflammability, combustibility</b> <i>n</i> • accensibilitate
+
<b>actuality</b> (actual existence) <i>n</i> actualitate
   
<b>accensible, inflammable, combustible</b> <i>adj</i> • accensibile
+
<b>actualization</b> <i>n</i> actualisation
   
<b>accent</b> <i>n</i> • accento
+
<b>actualize</b> <i>v</i> actualisar
   
<b>accent</b> (stress) <i>n</i> • accento
+
<b>actually</b> (at present, now, just now) <i>adv</i> actualmente
  +
* <i>adv</i> in realitate, realmente
   
<b>accent</b> <i>v</i> • accentuar
+
<b>actuarial</b> <i>adj</i> actuarial
   
<b>accent mark</b> <i>n</i> • accento
+
<b>actuary</b> (risk calculator) <i>n</i> actuario
   
<b>accentuate</b> (accent) <i>v</i> • accentuar
+
<b>actuary</b>'<b>s office</b> (or profession) <i>n</i> actuariato
   
<b>accentuate</b> <i>v</i> accentuar
+
<b>actuate</b> (put into motion or motion, set in action or motion) <i>v</i> actuar, actionar
   
<b>accentuation</b> <i>n</i> • accentuation
+
<b>actuation</b> <i>n</i> actuation
   
<b>accept</b> <i>v</i> • acceptar
+
<b>acuity</b> <i>n</i> acuitate
   
<b>acceptability</b> <i>n</i> • acceptabilitate
+
<b>aculeate</b> [Zool/Bot] <i>adj</i> aculeate
   
<b>acceptable</b> <i>adj</i> • acceptabile
+
<b>aculeiform</b> <i>adj</i> aculeiforme
   
<b>acceptance</b> <i>n</i> • acceptation
+
<b>acumen</b> (keenness) <i>n</i> ac<u>u</u>mine
   
<b>acceptation</b> (standard meaning) <i>n</i> acception
+
<b>acuminate</b> (pointed) <i>adj</i> acuminate (pp of acuminar)
  +
* (sharpen) <i>v</i> acuminar
   
<b>access</b> (access to a place) <i>n</i> • accesso
+
<b>acupuncture</b> (needle medicine) <i>n</i> acupunctura
  +
* <i>v</i> acupuncturar
   
<b>access</b> [Comp] <i>n</i> accesso
+
<b>acutangular</b> [Geom] (acute-angled) <i>adj</i> acutangule, acuntangular
   
<b>access</b> (fit) <i>n</i> • accesso
+
<b>acute</b> (acting keenly on the senses) <i>adj</i> acute
  +
* (sharp-pointed) <i>adj</i> acute
  +
* (shrewd, penetrating, keen) <i>adj</i> acute
  +
* ~ <b>accent</b> <i>n</i> accento acute
  +
* ~ <b>angled</b> [Geom] (acutangular) <i>adj</i> acutangule
  +
* ~ <b>pain</b> <i>n</i> dolor acute
   
<b>access</b> <i>n</i> • accesso
+
<b>acuteness</b> (sharpness) <i>n</i> acutessa
   
<b>access arm</b> [Comp] <i>n</i> • brachio de accesso, bracio de accesso
+
<b>ad</b> (advertising) [Amer] <i>n</i> annuncio
  +
* ~ <b>hoc</b> <i>phr</i> ad hoc
  +
* ~ <b>infinitum</b> <i>phr</i> ad infinitum, sin fin
  +
* ~ <b>lib</b> (improvise) <i>v</i> improvisar
  +
* ~ <b>lib</b> <i>adj</i>/<i>adv</i> ad lib
   
<b>access arm</b> [Comp] <i>n</i> • brachio de accesso (brà-), bracio de accesso (brà-)
+
<b>adage</b> <i>n</i> adagio, proverbio
   
<b>access arm</b> [Comp] <i>n</i> • bracio de accesso, brachio de accesso
+
<b>adagio</b> [Mus] <i>adv</i> adagio, lentemente
  +
* [Mus] <i>n</i> adagio
   
<b>access arm</b> [Comp] <i>n</i> • bracio de accesso (brà-), brachio de accesso (brà-)
+
<b>Adam</b> [Bib] <i>npr</i> Adam
   
<b>access time</b> [Comp] <i>n</i> • tempore de accesso
+
<b>adamant</b> (unyielding) <i>adj</i> intransigente
  +
* <i>adj</i> adamante
   
<b>access type</b> [Comp] <i>n</i> • typo de accesso
+
<b>Adamic</b> <i>adj</i> adamic
   
<b>accessibility</b> <i>n</i> accessibilitate
+
<b>Adam</b>'<b>s apple</b> [Anat] <i>n</i> pomo de adam
   
<b>accessible</b> <i>adj</i> accessibile
+
<b>adapt</b> <i>v</i> adaptar (se)
  +
* <i>v</i> adaptar, appoppriar, accommodar
   
<b>accessible, approachable</b> <i>adj</i> • abbordabile
+
<b>adaptability</b> <i>n</i> adaptabilitate
   
<b>accessible</b> (people) <i>adj</i> abbordabile
+
<b>adaptable</b> <i>adj</i> adaptabile, appropriabile, accommodabile
   
<b>accessible</b> (places) <i>adj</i> accessibile
+
<b>adaptation</b> (action of adapting) <i>n</i> adaptation, appropriation, accommodation
   
<b>accession</b> (accession to a dignity or a throne) <i>n</i> • accession
+
<b>adapter</b> (adaptor) <i>n</i> adaptator
   
<b>accession</b> <i>n</i> • accession
+
<b>adaptor</b> <i>n</i> adaptator
   
<b>accessory</b> <i>adj</i> • accessori
+
<b>add</b> (add one thing to another) <i>v</i> adder
  +
* ~ <b>to</b> <i>v</i> annexar
  +
* ~ <b>up</b> (sum up) [Math] <i>v</i> summar, additionar
   
<b>accessory</b> (adjunct) <i>adj</i> • accessori
+
<b>addenda</b> <i>n</i> addenda
   
<b>accessory</b> <i>n</i> accessorio
+
<b>addendum</b> <i>n</i> addendum (<i>pl</i> addenda) ¬NeoL<b>adder</b> [Comp] <i>n</i> additionator, additor, summator
   
<b>accessory</b> (object) <i>n</i> • accessorio
+
<b>adder</b> [Zool] <i>n</i> vipera
   
<b>accessory</b> (person) <i>n</i> • complice
+
<b>addict</b> (enthusiast) <i>n</i> enthusiasta
  +
* (of drugs, substances) <i>n</i> narcomano
   
<b>accidence</b> [Gram] <i>n</i> • accidente
+
<b>addicted to drink</b> (bibulous) <i>adj</i> bibule
   
<b>accidence</b> <i>n</i> • accidente
+
<b>addiction</b> (drugs) <i>n</i> narcomania
  +
* (enthusiasm) <i>n</i> enthusiasmo
   
<b>accident</b> (chance) <i>n</i> • accidente
+
<b>adding machine</b> <i>n</i> calculator
   
<b>accident</b> (contingency) <i>n</i> • accidente
+
<b>addition</b> (action of adding) <i>n</i> addition
  +
* (in - to) <i>prep</i> extra, in plus, preter
  +
* (in ~) <i>conj</i>/<i>prep</i> in plus
  +
* (supplement) <i>n</i> supplemento
  +
* (thing added) <i>n</i> addition
   
<b>accident</b> (mishap) <i>n</i> • accidente
+
<b>additional</b> <i>adj</i> additional
   
<b>accident</b> (nonessential quality) <i>n</i> • accidente
+
<b>additionally</b> <i>adv</i> additionalmente
   
<b>accidental</b> <i>adj</i> • accidental
+
<b>additive</b> <i>adj</i> additive
   
<b>accidental</b> <i>adj</i> • fortuite
+
<b>addle</b> (confuse) <i>v</i> confuse
   
<b>accidental</b> (happening by chance) <i>adj</i> • accidental
+
<b>addled</b> <i>adj</i> putride
   
<b>accidental</b> [Mus] <i>n</i> • accidental
+
<b>address</b> (a letter or person) <i>v</i> adressar
  +
* (accost) <i>v</i> abbordar
  +
* (address of a letter, package) <i>n</i> adresse ¬F
  +
* (formal communication) <i>n</i> adresse ¬F
  +
* (on letter) <i>n</i> adresse
  +
* (speak to) <i>v</i> abbordar
  +
* (speech) <i>n</i> discurso
  +
* (to address a prayer to) <i>v</i> adressar
  +
* (write the address on, direct) <i>v</i> adressar
  +
* [Comp] <i>n</i> adresse
  +
* <i>n</i> direction
   
<b>accidental</b> (nonessential) <i>adj</i> • accidental
+
<b>addressee</b> <i>n</i> destinatario
   
<b>accidentally</b> <i>adv</i> • accidentalmente
+
<b>addressing</b> <i>n</i> adressation
   
<b>acclaim</b> (acclamation) <i>n</i> • acclamation
+
<b>adduce</b> (cite, give proof) <i>v</i> adducer
   
<b>acclaim</b> (applaud) <i>v</i> • acclamar
+
<b>adducer</b> <i>n</i> adductor
   
<b>acclaim</b> <i>v</i> • acclamar
+
<b>adduct</b> [Med] <i>v</i> adductar
   
<b>acclaimer</b> <i>n</i> • acclamator
+
<b>adduction</b> (act of adducing) [Physiol] <i>n</i> adduction
   
<b>acclamation</b> <i>n</i> • acclamation
+
<b>adductor</b> [Physiol] <i>n</i> adductor
   
<b>acclimate</b> <i>v</i> acclimatar
+
<b>adelph</b>-, <b>adelpho</b>- [occurring in compounds] (brother, twin) <i>n</i> adelph-, adelpho-
   
<b>acclimation</b> <i>n</i> • acclimatation
+
<b>adenitis</b> [Pathol] <i>n</i> aden<u>i</u>tis
   
<b>acclimatization</b> (acclimation) <i>n</i> • acclimatation
+
<b>adenography</b> <i>n</i> adenograph<u>i</u>a
   
<b>acclimatization</b> <i>n</i> • acclimatisation
+
<b>adenoid</b> (adenoidal) <i>adj</i> adenoide
   
<b>acclimatize</b> (acclimate) <i>v</i> • acclimatar
+
<b>adenoidal</b> (adenoid) <i>adj</i> adenoide
   
<b>acclimatize</b> <i>v</i> • acclimatar
+
<b>adenoids</b> <i>npl</i> adenoides
   
<b>acclimatize</b> <i>v</i> • acclimatar (se)
+
<b>adenoma</b> [Pathol] <i>n</i> adenoma
   
<b>accolade</b> (ceremonious salutation and embrace) <i>n</i> • accollada
+
<b>adenose</b> (glandulous) <i>adj</i> adenose
   
<b>accommodate</b> (adapt) <i>v</i> accommodar
+
<b>adept</b> (skillful) <i>adj</i> adepte, experte
  +
* <i>n</i> adepto, experto
   
<b>accommodate</b> (adjust) <i>v</i> • adjustar
+
<b>adequate</b> (deserved) <i>adj</i> condigne
  +
* <i>adj</i> adequate (pp of adequar)
  +
* <i>v</i> adequate
   
<b>accommodate</b> (lodge) <i>v</i> • allogiar
+
<b>adequation</b> <i>n</i> adequation
   
<b>accommodate</b> (lodge) <i>v</i> • albergar
+
<b>adhere</b> (- to an opinion, party) <i>v</i> adherer
  +
* (stick fast) <i>v</i> adherer
  +
* <i>v</i> adherer
   
<b>accommodate</b> (settle disputes) <i>v</i> • accommodar
+
<b>adherence</b> (- to a treaty, a party) <i>n</i> accession
  +
* (attachment) <i>n</i> adherentia
   
<b>accommodating, complaisant</b> <i>adj</i> • complacente
+
<b>adherent</b> (follower) <i>n</i> adherente
  +
* <i>adj</i> adherente
   
<b>accommodation, adaptation</b> <i>n</i> • accommodation
+
<b>adhesion</b> (assent) <i>n</i> adhesion
  +
* (sticking) <i>n</i> adhesion
   
<b>accommodation</b> (adapting) <i>n</i> • accommodation
+
<b>adhesive</b> (sticking) <i>adj</i> adhesive
  +
* ~ <b>plaster</b> (sticking plaster) <i>n</i> sparadrapo
  +
* ~ <b>tape</b> <i>n</i> sparadrapo
   
<b>accommodation</b> (adjusting) <i>n</i> • adjustamento
+
<b>adiabatic</b> <i>adj</i> adiabatic
   
<b>accommodation</b> (lodgings) <i>n</i> allogiamento
+
<b>adieu</b> (farewell) <i>n</i> adieu ¬F
  +
* ~ ¬F <i>n</i> adeo, adieu ¬F
   
<b>accommodation</b> (lodgings) <i>n</i> • albergo
+
<b>adipocere</b> <i>n</i> adipocera
   
<b>accommodator</b> <i>n</i> • accommodator
+
<b>adipose</b> (fat, fatty) <i>adj</i> adipose
   
<b>accomodating</b> (ready to compromise) <i>adj</i> • transigente
+
<b>adiposis</b> (fatty degeneration) <i>n</i> adip<u>o</u>sis
   
<b>accompaniment</b> (concomitant) <i>n</i> • accompaniamento
+
<b>adiposity</b> (fatness) <i>n</i> adipositate
   
<b>accompaniment</b> [Mus] <i>n</i> • accompaniamento
+
<b>adit</b> (entrance, access, door, passage through which one enters) <i>n</i> <u>a</u>dito
   
<b>accompaniment</b> <i>n</i> • accompaniamento
+
<b>adjacency</b> (state of being adjacent) <i>n</i> adjacentia
   
<b>accompanist</b> [Mus] <i>n</i> accompaniator
+
<b>adjacent</b> (circumjacent) <i>adj</i> adjacente, lim<u>i</u>trophe, circumvicin, circumjacente
   
<b>accompany</b> <i>v</i> accompaniar
+
<b>adjectival</b> (adjective) [Gram] <i>adj</i> adjectival, adjective
   
<b>accompanying</b> (action of) <i>n</i> accompaniamento
+
<b>adjective</b> [Gram] <i>adj</i> adjective, adjectival
  +
* [Gram] <i>n</i> adjectivo
   
<b>accomplice</b> <i>n</i> • complice (còm-)
+
<b>adjoin</b> <i>v</i> adjunger
   
<b>accomplice</b> <i>n</i> complice
+
<b>adjoining</b> (contiguous, near, neighboring) <i>adj</i> adjuncte, contigue, vicin, vicinal
  +
* <i>adj</i> adjuncte
   
<b>accomplish</b> (achieve) <i>v</i> • complir
+
<b>adjourn</b> (postpone) <i>v</i> ajornar
   
<b>accomplish</b> <i>v</i> • complir
+
<b>adjournment</b> (postponement) <i>n</i> ajornamento
   
<b>accomplished</b> <i>adj</i> • experte
+
<b>adjudge</b> (award judicially as a prize) <i>v</i> adjudicar
   
<b>accomplished</b> (perfect in acquirements) <i>adj</i> • complite
+
<b>adjudger</b> (awarder) <i>n</i> adjudicator
   
<b>accomplished</b> (perfect in acquirements) <i>adj</i> • complite (pp of complir)
+
<b>adjudging</b> (awarding) <i>adj</i> adjudicative
   
<b>accomplisher</b> <i>n</i> • complitor
+
<b>adjudgment</b> (award) <i>n</i> adjudication
   
<b>accomplishment</b> (achievement) <i>n</i> • complimento
+
<b>adjudicate</b> (judge a dispute) <i>v</i> adjudicar
   
<b>accomplishment</b> (action of accomplishing or achieving) <i>n</i> • complimento
+
<b>adjudicated</b> <i>adj</i> adjudicate
   
<b>accord</b> (agreement) <i>n</i> • accordo
+
<b>adjudication</b> <i>n</i> adjudication
   
<b>accord, grant</b> <i>v</i> • accordar
+
<b>adjudicator</b> <i>v</i> adjudicator
   
<b>accord</b> <i>n</i> • accordo
+
<b>adjunct</b> [Gram] <i>n</i> adjuncto
   
<b>accord</b> (of one's own -) <i>adv</i> • spontaneemente
+
<b>adjunction</b> (the act of joining or adding) <i>n</i> adjunction
   
<b>accord</b> <i>v</i> • accordar
+
<b>adjunctive</b> <i>adj</i> adjunctive
   
<b>accord</b> <i>v</i> • accordar (se)
+
<b>adjuration</b> (solemn command) <i>n</i> adjuration
   
<b>according</b> <i>prep</i> • accordante
+
<b>adjure</b> <i>v</i> adjurar
   
<b>according as</b> <i>prep</i> • secundo que
+
<b>adjust</b> <i>v</i> adjustar
   
<b>according to</b> <i>n</i> secundo
+
<b>adjustable</b> (as in adjustable quarrel) <i>adj</i> adjustabile, accommodabile
   
<b>according to</b> <i>prep</i> • conforme a
+
<b>adjuster</b> <i>n</i> adjustator
   
<b>according to</b> <i>prep</i> • secundo
+
<b>adjustment</b>
  +
* (action of adjusting) <i>n</i> adjustamento
  +
* (compromise) [Law] <i>n</i> transaction
  +
* (settlement) <i>n</i> adjustamento
   
<b>according to</b> <i>prep</i> • secun (secundo)
+
<b>adjutant</b> (assistant, helper) <i>n</i> adjutante
  +
* [Mil] <i>n</i> adjutante
   
<b>according to</b> <i>prep</i> secun
+
<b>adjuvant</b> (helpful) <i>adj</i> adjuvante (ppr of adjuvar)
   
<b>accordingly</b> <i>adv</i> • in consequentia
+
<b>administer</b> (to direct, manage) <i>v</i> administrar, gerer
  +
* (to furnish or apply) <i>v</i> administrar
   
<b>accordingly</b> <i>adv</i> • ergo
+
<b>administrable</b> <i>adj</i> administrabile
   
<b>accordingly</b> <i>adv</i> • ita
+
<b>administration</b> (action of furnishing or applying) <i>n</i> administration
  +
* (management of public affairs, an institution, business) <i>n</i> administration, gestion
  +
* (persons collectively managing public affairs, an institution, business, etc.) <i>n</i> administration
   
<b>accordingly, therefore, then, consequently</b> <i>adv</i> • ergo
+
<b>administrative</b> <i>adj</i> administrative
   
<b>accordingly</b> (under the circumstances) <i>adv</i> • ita
+
<b>administrator</b> (manager) <i>n</i> administrator
   
<b>accordion</b> <i>n</i> • accordion
+
<b>admirable</b> <i>adj</i> admirabile
   
<b>accordionist</b> <i>n</i> • accordionista
+
<b>admiral</b> <i>n</i> admiral
   
<b>accost</b> (address) <i>v</i> • abbordar
+
<b>admiralship</b> (admiralty) <i>n</i> admiralato
   
<b>accost</b> <i>v</i> • accostar
+
<b>admiralty</b> (admiralship) <i>n</i> admiralato
  +
* (government department in charge of naval affairs) <i>n</i> admiralitate
  +
* (law or court of the admiralty) <i>n</i> admiralitate
   
<b>accostable</b> <i>adj</i> • accostabile
+
<b>admiration</b> <i>n</i> admiration
   
<b>accostable, approachable</b> <i>adj</i> • accostabile
+
<b>admire</b> <i>v</i> admirar
   
<b>account, bill</b> <i>n</i> • nota
+
<b>admirer</b> <i>n</i> admirator
   
<b>account</b> (bill) <i>n</i> • conto
+
<b>admiring</b> <i>adj</i> admirative
   
<b>account</b> (calculation) <i>n</i> • conto
+
<b>admissibility</b> <i>n</i> admissibilitate
   
<b>account</b> [Commer] <i>n</i> • conto
+
<b>admissible</b> <i>adj</i> admissibile
   
<b>account</b> (on - of) • a causa de
+
<b>admission</b> (acknowledgement) <i>n</i> confession
  +
* (allowing entrance or access) <i>n</i> admission
  +
* (conceding the validity or truth of, entrance, concession) <i>n</i> admission
   
<b>account, report</b> <i>n</i> reporto
+
<b>admit</b> (acknowledge as valid or true) <i>v</i> admitter, confessar
  +
* (allow in, concede) <i>v</i> admitter
  +
* (allow to enter) <i>v</i> admitter
   
<b>account</b> (story) <i>n</i> • reporto
+
<b>admittance</b> <i>n</i> admission
   
<b>account</b> (story) <i>n</i> • relation
+
<b>admix</b> <i>v</i> admiscer
   
<b>account</b> (story) <i>n</i> • conto
+
<b>admixtion</b> <i>n</i> admixtion
   
<b>account for</b> <i>v</i> • dar conto de
+
<b>admixture</b> (admixtion) <i>n</i> admixtion
   
<b>accountability</b> <i>n</i> • responsabilitate
+
<b>admonish</b>
  +
* (advise) <i>v</i> moner, admoner, admonestar
  +
* ~ <b>beforehand</b> (forewarn) <i>v</i> premoner
   
<b>accountability</b> (responsibility) <i>n</i> • responsabilitate
+
<b>admonisher</b> (monitor) <i>n</i> monitor
   
<b>accountable</b> <i>adj</i> responsabile
+
<b>admonishment</b> (admonition) <i>n</i> admonestation, admonition
   
<b>accountancy, bookkeeping</b> <i>n</i> contabilitate
+
<b>admonition</b> (admonishment) <i>n</i> admonestation, admonition, monition
   
<b>accountancy</b> <i>n</i> • contabilitate
+
<b>admonitor</b> (admonisher) <i>n</i> admonitor
   
<b>accountant</b> (expert -) <i>n</i> contabile
+
<b>admonitory</b> (monitory) <i>adj</i> admonitori, monitori
   
<b>accountant</b> <i>n</i> • contabile
+
<b>ado</b> (activity) <i>n</i> activitate
  +
* (agitation) <i>n</i> agitation
   
<b>accounting, bookkeeping</b> <i>adj</i> • contabile
+
<b>adobe</b> ¬H <i>n</i> adobe
   
<b>accouter</b> (equip) <i>v</i> • equipar
+
<b>adobo</b> ¬H <i>n</i> adobo
   
<b>accoutrements</b> (equipment) <i>n</i> • equipage
+
<b>adolescence</b> <i>n</i> adolescentia
   
<b>accredit</b> (send with credentials) <i>v</i> • accreditar
+
<b>adolescent</b> <i>adj</i> adolescente
  +
* <i>n</i> adolescente
   
<b>accredit</b> <i>v</i> accreditar
+
<b>Adonian</b> (Adonic) <i>adj</i> adonie, adonic
   
<b>accreditation</b> <i>n</i> accreditation
+
<b>Adonic</b> [Pros] <i>n</i> ad<u>o</u>nico, adonio
  +
* <i>adj</i> adonic, adonie
   
<b>accretion</b> <i>n</i> • accrescimento
+
<b>Adonis</b> [Gr. Mythol] <i>n</i> Ad<u>o</u>nis
   
<b>accretion</b> <i>n</i> accumulamento
+
<b>adopt</b> (give birth to, bear) (a child, a litter, etc) <i>v</i> filiar, adoptar
  +
* <i>v</i> adoptar
   
<b>accrue</b> <i>v</i> • accumular
+
<b>adoptability</b> <i>n</i> adoptabilitate
   
<b>accrue</b> <i>v</i> • accrescer
+
<b>adoptable</b> <i>adj</i> adoptabile
   
<b>accumulate</b> (heap up) <i>v</i> accumular
+
<b>adopted child</b> <i>n</i> infante adoptate
   
<b>accumulate</b> <i>v</i> • accumular
+
<b>adopter</b> <i>n</i> adoptator
   
<b>accumulate</b> <i>v</i> • accumular (se)
+
<b>adoption</b> <i>n</i> adoption
  +
* <i>n</i> filiation, adoption
   
<b>accumulation, heaping or piling up</b> <i>n</i> • accumulamento
+
<b>adoptive</b> <i>adj</i> adoptive
  +
* ~ <b>parent</b> <i>n</i> genitor adoptive
   
<b>accumulation</b> <i>n</i> • accumulation
+
<b>adorability</b> <i>n</i> adorabilitate
   
<b>accumulator</b> <i>n</i> • accumulator
+
<b>adorable</b> <i>adj</i> adorabile
   
<b>accumulator</b> (one who accumulates) <i>n</i> • accumulator
+
<b>adoration</b> (worship) <i>n</i> adoration
   
<b>accumulator</b> (storage battery) <i>n</i> • accumulator
+
<b>adore</b> (worship) <i>v</i> adorar
   
<b>accuracy, exactitude</b> <i>n</i> • exactitude
+
<b>adorer</b> [Fem] <i>n</i> adoratrice
  +
* [Masc] <i>n</i> adorator
   
<b>accuracy, exactness</b> <i>n</i> justessa
+
<b>adorn</b> <i>v</i> adornar, ornar, parar
  +
* ~ <b>with gems</b> (ingem, gem) <i>v</i> ingemmar, gemmar
   
<b>accuracy</b> <i>n</i> • exactitude
+
<b>adorner</b> <i>n</i> adornator
   
<b>accuracy</b> (precision) <i>n</i> precision
+
<b>adornment</b> (action of adorning, ornament) <i>n</i> adornamento, ornamento
   
<b>accurate</b> <i>adj</i> • juste
+
<b>adrenal</b> (suprarenal) [Anat] <i>adj</i> suprarenal
  +
* [Anat] <i>adj</i> adrenal
   
<b>accurate</b> (correct) <i>adj</i> • correcte
+
<b>adrenalin</b> <i>n</i> adrenalina
   
<b>accurate, exact</b> <i>adj</i> • exacte
+
<b>Adria</b> [Geog] (city of) <i>n</i> Adria
   
<b>accurate, exact</b> <i>adj</i> • juste
+
<b>Adrian</b> <i>nprm</i> Adriano
   
<b>accurate</b> (exact) <i>adj</i> • exacte
+
<b>Adrianople</b> <i>n</i> Adrian<u>o</u>polis
   
<b>accurate</b> (precise) <i>adj</i> • precise
+
<b>Adriatic</b>
  +
* (- Sea) <i>n</i> Mar Adriatic, Adriatico
  +
* (pertaining to the Adriatic) <i>adj</i> adriatic
  +
* (pertaining to the city of Adria) <i>adj</i> adriatic
  +
* [Geog] <i>n</i> Adriatico, Mar Adriatic
   
<b>accursed, cursed</b> <i>adj</i> maledicte
+
<b>adrift</b> <i>adj</i> flottante al deriva
   
<b>accursed</b> (-st) <i>adj</i> • condemnabile
+
<b>adroit</b> (adept) <i>adj</i> adepte
  +
* (expert) <i>adj</i> experte
  +
* (handy) <i>adj</i> d<u>e</u>xtere
  +
* (skillful) <i>adj</i> h<u>a</u>bile
   
<b>accurst</b> (-ed) <i>n</i> • comdenato
+
<b>adulate</b> (praise highly) <i>v</i> adular
   
<b>accusation</b> <i>n</i> • accusation
+
<b>adulation</b> <i>n</i> adulation
   
<b>accusative</b> <i>adj</i> • accusative
+
<b>adulator</b> <i>n</i> adulator
   
<b>accusative</b> [Gram] <i>n</i> • accusativo
+
<b>adulatory</b> <i>adj</i> adulatori
   
<b>accusative</b> <i>n</i> • accusativo
+
<b>adult</b> (grown-up) <i>adj</i> adulte
  +
* <i>n</i> adulto
   
<b>accuse</b> <i>v</i> accusar
+
<b>adulterate</b> <i>v</i> adulterar, alterar
   
<b>accused</b> (defendant) <i>n</i> accusato
+
<b>adulteration</b> (action of adulterating) <i>n</i> adulteration, alteration
   
<b>accused</b> [Jur] <i>adj</i> • accusate
+
<b>adulterator</b> <i>n</i> adulterator
   
<b>accuser</b> <i>n</i> • accusator
+
<b>adulterer</b> [Masc] <i>n</i> ad<u>u</u>ltero
  +
* <i>n</i> adulterator
   
<b>accusing</b> (accusation) <i>n</i> • accusamento
+
<b>adulteress</b> [Fem] <i>n</i> ad<u>u</u>ltera
   
<b>accusing</b> (accusatory) <i>adj</i> • accusatori
+
<b>adulterine</b> <i>adj</i> adulterin
   
<b>accustom, habituate</b> <i>v</i> • habituar
+
<b>adulterous</b> <i>adj</i> adulterose
   
<b>accustom</b> <i>v</i> • habituar
+
<b>adultery</b> <i>n</i> adulterio
   
<b>accustom</b> <i>v</i> • accostumar
+
<b>adumbrate</b> (overshadow) <i>v</i> adumbrar
   
<b>accustomed</b> (be -) <i>past part</i> • consuete
+
<b>adumbration</b> (overshadowing) <i>n</i> adumbration
   
<b>accustomed</b> (be -) <i>past part</i> • accostumate
+
<b>adust</b> (burnt, scorched) <i>adj</i> aduste
   
<b>accustomed</b> (be -) <i>past part</i> • habituate
+
<b>advance</b> (as in to advance a proposition) (go ahead) <i>v</i> avantiar
  +
* (forward motion) <i>n</i> avantiamento
  +
* (money) <i>v</i> anticipar
  +
* (payment beforehand) <i>n</i> avantia
  +
* (progress) <i>n</i> progresso
  +
* (progress) <i>v</i> progreder
  +
* (to move forward) <i>v</i> avantiar
  +
* (to promote in rank) <i>v</i> avantiar
  +
* ~ <b>a payment</b> (-) <i>v</i> anticipar un pagamento
  +
* ~ <b>guard</b> (outpost) [Mil] <i>n</i> avantiata
  +
* <i>n</i> avantia
  +
* <i>n</i> avantiamento
  +
* ~ <b>payment</b> <i>n</i> pagamento anticipate
   
<b>accustomed</b> (be - to) <i>v</i> • soler
+
<b>advancement</b> <i>n</i> avantiamento
   
<b>accustomed</b> (be - to) <i>v</i> • haber le costume de
+
<b>advancing</b> (making progress) <i>adj</i> proficiente
   
<b>accustomed</b> (usual) <i>adj</i> • accostumate (pp of accostumar)
+
<b>advantage</b> (having superiority) <i>n</i> avantage
  +
* (profit) <i>n</i> partito
  +
* (take - of) <i>v</i> prender avantage de
  +
* <i>n</i> avantage ¬avantaje
   
<b>accustomed</b> (usual) <i>adj</i> • accostumate
+
<b>advantageous</b> <i>adj</i> avantagiose
   
<b>accustomed</b> (usual, wonted) <i>adj</i> • consuete
+
<b>advent</b> (arrival) <i>n</i> advenimento
  +
* [Eccl] <i>n</i> Advento
  +
* <i>n</i> advenimento
   
<b>accustomed</b> (wonted) <i>adj</i> • solite (sò-)
+
<b>Adventist</b> <i>n</i> adventista
   
<b>accustomed</b> (wonted) <i>adj</i> • solite
+
<b>adventitious</b> <i>adj</i> adventicie
   
<b>ace</b> [Aviation] <i>n</i> asse
+
<b>adventure</b> (venture, risk) <i>v</i> aventurar, aventurar se
  +
* <i>n</i> aventura
   
<b>ace</b> (cards) <i>n</i> • asse
+
<b>adventurer</b> <i>n</i> aventurero
   
<b>ace</b> (dice) <i>n</i> • asse
+
<b>adventurous</b> <i>adj</i> aventurose
   
<b>ace</b> (highly skilled person) <i>n</i> • asse
+
<b>adverb</b> <i>n</i> adverbio
   
<b>ace</b> <i>n</i> • asse
+
<b>adverbial</b> <i>adj</i> adverbial
   
<b>ace</b> (tennis) <i>n</i> • asse
+
<b>adversary</b> <i>n</i> adversario
   
<b>acephalous</b> (headless) <i>adj</i> • sin capite
+
<b>adversative</b> [Gram] <i>adj</i> adversative
   
<b>acerb</b> (acrid, harsh) <i>adj</i> • acerbe
+
<b>adverse</b> (contrary, unfavorable) <i>adj</i> adverse
   
<b>acerb</b> <i>adj</i> acerbe
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<b>adversity</b> (mishap, contrariety) <i>n</i> contrarietate, contrarietate
   
<b>acerbate</b> <i>v</i> • acerbar
+
<b>advert</b> (have reference to) <i>v</i> adverter
   
<b>acerbity</b> (bitterness in taste) <i>n</i> • acerbitate
+
<b>advertence</b> (advertency) <i>n</i> advertentia
   
<b>acerbity</b> <i>n</i> • acerbitate
+
<b>advertency</b> (advertence) <i>n</i> advertentia
   
<b>acetabulum</b> [Rom. Antiq] <i>n</i> acetabulo
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<b>advertent</b> (attentive) <i>adj</i> advertente (ppr of adverter)
   
<b>acetamide</b> [Chem] <i>n</i> acetamido(-àmido)
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<b>advertise</b> <i>v</i> annunciar, facer reclamo (pro)
   
<b>acetate</b> [Chem] <i>n</i> acetato
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<b>advertisement</b> <i>n</i> annuncio, reclamo
   
<b>acetate</b> <i>n</i> acetato
+
<b>advertising</b> (publicity) <i>n</i> reclamo, publicitate
   
<b>acetic</b> <i>adj</i> acetic
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<b>advice</b> (counsel, notice) <i>n</i> aviso, consilio, notitia
   
<b>acetification</b> <i>n</i> acetification
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<b>advisable</b> <i>adj</i> consiliabile, judiciose
   
<b>acetify</b> <i>v</i> acetificar
+
<b>advise</b> (to counsel) <i>v</i> avisar, consiliar, moner
  +
* (to give information or notice to, give notice) <i>v</i> avisar, advertir
  +
* (urge, persuade) <i>v</i> suader
   
<b>acetone</b> [Chem] <i>n</i> • acetona
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<b>advised</b> (ill ~) <i>adj</i> incaute
  +
* (well ~) <i>adj</i> avisate, judiciose, sage
   
<b>acetose</b> <i>adj</i> • acetose
+
<b>advisedly</b> <i>adv</i> deliberatemente
   
<b>acetous</b> (acetose) <i>adj</i> • acetose
+
<b>adviser</b> (consultant) <i>n</i> consultor
  +
* (counsellor) <i>n</i> consiliator, consiliero
   
<b>acetylene</b> [Chem] <i>n</i> • acetylen
+
<b>advisory</b> (consultative) <i>adj</i> consultative
  +
* ~ <b>committee</b> <i>phr</i> committee consultative
   
<b>acetylene</b> <i>n</i> • acetylen
+
<b>advocacy</b> <i>n</i> defensa
   
<b>ache</b> <i>n</i> • mal
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<b>advocate</b> (champion, supporter) <i>n</i> advocato
  +
* [Law] <i>n</i> advocato
  +
* <i>v</i> favorar
  +
* <i>v</i> recommendar
   
<b>ache</b> <i>n</i> • dolor
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<b>adynamia</b> [Med] <i>n</i> adynam<u>i</u>a
   
<b>ache, pain</b> <i>adv</i> mal
+
<b>adynamic</b> <i>adj</i> adynamic, adyname
   
<b>ache</b> <i>v</i> • doler
+
<b>adze</b> (adz) <i>n</i> hachetto
   
<b>Acheron</b> <i>n</i> • Acheronte
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<b>Aegean</b> (- Sea) <i>n</i> Eg<u>e</u>o
  +
* <i>adj</i> eg<u>e</u>e
  +
* ~ <b>Sea</b> <i>n</i> Mar Eg<u>e</u>e
   
<b>aches</b> (my head -) <i>n</i> • le capite me dole
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<b>Aegeus</b> [Gr. Mythol] <i>n</i> Eg<u>e</u>o
   
<b>achieve</b> <i>v</i> complir
+
<b>aegis</b> (shield, protection) <i>n</i> <u>e</u>gide, protection
  +
* (under the - of) <i>phr</i> sub le egide de
  +
* [Gr. Antiq] <i>n</i> <u>e</u>gide
   
<b>achievement</b> <i>n</i> • complimento
+
<b>Aeneas</b> [Gr. Mythol] <i>n</i> En<u>e</u>as
   
<b>Achillea</b> [Bot] <i>n</i> • achillea
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<b>Aeneid</b> [Lat. Lit] <i>n</i> En<u>e</u>ide
   
<b>Achillea</b> [Bot] <i>n</i> achillea (-éa)
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<b>Aeolian</b> (of Aeolus) <i>adj</i> eolic, eolie
   
<b>Achilles</b> [Gr. Mythol] <i>n</i> • Achilles (-ìlles)
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<b>Aeolus</b> [Mythol] <i>n</i> <u>E</u>olo
   
<b>Achilles</b> [Gr. Mythol] <i>n</i> • Achilles
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<b>aerate</b> <i>v</i> aerar
   
<b>Achilles</b> <i>n</i> Achilles
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<b>aeration</b> (airing) <i>n</i> aerage, aeration
   
<b>achromatic</b> (colorless) <i>adj</i> • achromatic
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<b>aerial</b> <i>adj</i> a<u>e</u>ree
  +
* <i>n</i> antenna
  +
* <i>v</i> <b>iew</b> <i>phr</i> vista a<u>e</u>ree
   
<b>achromatic</b> [Opt] <i>adj</i> • achromatic
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<b>aeriferous</b> <i>adj</i> aerifere
   
<b>achromatism</b> <i>n</i> • achromatismo
+
<b>aerification</b> <i>n</i> aerification
   
<b>achromatism</b> [Opt] <i>n</i> • achromatismo
+
<b>aeriform</b> <i>adj</i> aeriforme
   
<b>achromatization</b> [Opt] <i>n</i> • achromatisation
+
<b>aerify</b> (change to an aeriform state) <i>v</i> aerificar
   
<b>achromatize</b> [Opt] <i>v</i> • achromatisar
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<b>aerobatics</b> <i>n</i> aerob<u>a</u>tica
   
<b>achromatopsy</b> (complete color blindness) <i>n</i> • achromatopsia (-ìa)
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<b>aerobe</b> [Biol] <i>n</i> aerobio
   
<b>achromatopsy</b> (complete color blindness) <i>n</i> achromatopsia
+
<b>aerobic</b> [Biol] <i>adj</i> aerobic, aerobie
   
<b>achromatous</b> (colorless) <i>adj</i> • achromate
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<b>aerodrome</b> <i>n</i> aer<u>o</u>dromo
   
<b>acicula</b> (needle, prickle) [Bot] <i>n</i> • acicula
+
<b>aerodynamic</b> <i>adj</i> aerodynamic
   
<b>acicular</b> <i>adj</i> • acicular
+
<b>aerodynamics</b> <i>n</i> aerodyn<u>a</u>mica
   
<b>acid</b> <i>adj</i> • acide (àcide)
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<b>aerodyne</b> <i>n</i> aerodyno
   
<b>acid</b> <i>adj</i> • acide
+
<b>aerofoil</b> <i>n</i> aerofilo
   
<b>acid</b> <i>n</i> • acido
+
<b>aerography</b> <i>n</i> aerograph<u>i</u>a
   
<b>acid</b> <i>n</i> • acido (àcido)
+
<b>aerolite</b> <i>n</i> aer<u>o</u>litho
   
<b>acid precipitation</b> <i>n</i> • precipitation de aciditate
+
<b>aerolith</b> <i>n</i> aer<u>o</u>litho
   
<b>acid rain</b> <i>n</i> • pluvia acide
+
<b>aerolitic</b> <i>adj</i> aerolitic
   
<b>acid test</b> <i>n</i> • test de acido
+
<b>aerology</b> <i>n</i> aerolog<u>i</u>a
   
<b>acidic</b> <i>adj</i> • acide
+
<b>aerometer</b> <i>n</i> aer<u>o</u>metro
   
<b>acidic</b> <i>adj</i> • acidic
+
<b>aerometry</b> <i>n</i> aerometr<u>i</u>a
   
<b>acidifiable</b> <i>adj</i> • acidificabile
+
<b>aeronaut</b> (airman) <i>n</i> aeronauta
   
<b>acidification</b> <i>n</i> • acidification
+
<b>aeronautic</b> (aeronautical) <i>adj</i> aeronautic
   
<b>acidify</b> (make acid, convert into an acid) <i>v</i> • acidficar
+
<b>aeronautical</b> (aeronautic) <i>adj</i> aeronautic
   
<b>acidify</b> <i>v</i> • acidificar
+
<b>aeronautics</b> <i>n</i> aeronautica
   
<b>acidimeter</b> <i>n</i> acidimetro (-ìmetro)
+
<b>aeroplane</b> (airplane) <i>n</i> aeroplano, avion
   
<b>acidimeter</b> <i>n</i> • acidimetro
+
<b>aerosol</b> (mist) <i>n</i> aerosol
  +
* (spray canister) <i>n</i> atomisator
   
<b>acidity</b> <i>n</i> • aciditate
+
<b>aerostat</b> [Aeronaut] <i>n</i> aer<u>o</u>stato
   
<b>acidosis</b> <i>n</i> • acidose
+
<b>aerostatic</b> <i>adj</i> aerostatic
   
<b>acidosis</b> <i>n</i> • acidosis
+
<b>aerostatics</b> <i>n</i> aerostatica
   
<b>acidulate</b> (flavor with an acid) <i>v</i> • acidular
+
<b>aerostation</b> <i>n</i> aerostation
   
<b>acidulous</b> <i>adj</i> acidule
+
<b>Aeschylus</b> <i>n</i> <u>A</u><u>e</u>schylo, <u>E</u>schylo
   
<b>acierage, steel plating</b> <i>n</i> • acierage (-aje)
+
<b>Aesculapius</b> [Gr. Mythol] <i>n</i> Esculapio, Aesculapio
   
<b>acierage, steel plating</b> <i>n</i> acierage
+
<b>Aesop</b> [Gr. Lit] <i>n</i> Esopo, Aesopo
   
<b>acieration</b> (conversion into steel) <i>n</i> acieration
+
<b>Aesopian</b> (Aesopic) <i>adj</i> esopic, aesopic
   
<b>acknowledge</b> (- receipt of) <i>v</i> • accusar reception de
+
<b>aesthete</b> (esthete) <i>n</i> estheta
   
<b>acknowledge</b> <i>v</i> • recognoscer
+
<b>aesthetic</b> (esthetic) <i>adj</i> esthetic
   
<b>acknowledge</b> <i>v</i> • admitter
+
<b>aesthetical</b> <i>adj</i> esthetic
   
<b>acknowledgement</b> <i>n</i> • recognoscentia
+
<b>aesthetically</b> <i>adv</i> estheticamente
   
<b>acknowledgement</b> <i>n</i> • admission
+
<b>aestheticly</b> <i>adv</i> estheticamente
   
<b>acme</b> <i>n</i> • culmine
+
<b>aesthetics</b> (esthetics) <i>n</i> esthetica
   
<b>acne</b> <i>n</i> • acne
+
<b>aetiology</b> <i>n</i> aetiolog<u>i</u>a
   
<b>aco-</b> (-ac-) (remedy) [occurring in compounds] <i>n</i> • aco-
+
<b>Aetna</b> (Etna) <i>n</i> Etna
   
<b>acologic</b> [Med] <i>adj</i> acologic
+
<b>afar</b> (from ~) <i>adv</i> de longe
  +
* <i>adv</i> a distantia, a un distantia
   
<b>acology</b> [Med] <i>n</i> • acologia
+
<b>affability</b> <i>n</i> affabilitate
   
<b>acology</b> [Med] <i>n</i> • acologia (-ìa)
+
<b>affable</b> (friendly) <i>adj</i> affabile
   
<b>acolyte</b> <i>n</i> acolyto
+
<b>affair</b> (amorous ~) <i>n</i> affaire amorose
  +
* (matter, thing) <i>n</i> re
  +
* ~ ¬F (concern) <i>n</i> affaire
  +
* ~ ¬F (event) <i>n</i> affaire
  +
* <i>n</i> pragma
   
<b>aconite</b> [Bot] <i>n</i> • aconito
+
<b>affect</b> (concern) <i>v</i> concernar
  +
* (have an affection for) <i>v</i> affectar
  +
* (have an effect on) <i>v</i> afficer
  +
* (impress) <i>v</i> impressionar
  +
* (influence) <i>v</i> influer super
  +
* (pretend, feign) <i>v</i> affectar
  +
* <i>v</i> conmover
  +
* <i>v</i> mover
  +
* ~ <b>with caries</b> (rot) [Med] <i>v</i> cariar
   
<b>acorn</b> <i>n</i> glande
+
<b>affectation</b> (artificiality of manner, preciosity) <i>n</i> affectation, preciositate
   
<b>acorn-shaped, glandiform</b> <i>adj</i> • glandiforme
+
<b>affected</b> (full of affectation) <i>adj</i> affectate
  +
* (impressed, deeply) <i>adj</i> penetrate (pp of penetrar)
  +
* ~ <b>pose</b> <i>n</i> posa
  +
* ~ <b>with caries</b> (carious) <i>adj</i> cariate, cariose
   
<b>acotyledon</b> <i>n</i> • acotyledon
+
<b>affection</b>
  +
* (fondness) <i>n</i> affection, affecto
  +
* (love) <i>n</i> dilection
  +
* (tenderness) <i>n</i> teneressa
  +
* (the fact or state of being affected or acted upon) <i>n</i> affection
  +
* [Pathol] <i>n</i> affection
   
<b>acoustic</b> <i>adj</i> • acustic
+
<b>affectionate</b> (loving) <i>adj</i> affectuose
  +
* <i>adj</i> affectionate (pp of affectionar)
  +
* ~ <b>devotion</b> <i>n</i> pietate
   
<b>acoustical</b> <i>adj</i> • acustic
+
<b>affective</b> (emotional) <i>adj</i> affective
   
<b>acousticly</b> <i>adv</i> • acusticamente
+
<b>affiance</b> (betroth) <i>v</i> fidantiar
   
<b>acoustics</b> <i>n</i> • acustica
+
<b>affidavit</b> (written statement made on oath) <i>n</i> affid<u>a</u>vit
   
<b>acquaint</b> <i>v</i> • poner al currente
+
<b>affiliate</b> (affiliated) <i>adj</i> affiliate
  +
* (receive or connect as member, branch, etc.) <i>v</i> affiliar
  +
* <i>v</i> affiliar, affiliar se
   
<b>acquaint</b> <i>v</i> • informar
+
<b>affiliated</b> (pp of affiliar) <i>adj</i> affiliate
   
<b>acquaintance, knowledge</b> <i>n</i> • cognoscentia
+
<b>affiliation</b> <i>n</i> affiliation
   
<b>acquaintance</b> <i>n</i> • cognoscentia
+
<b>affinity</b> (attraction) <i>n</i> affinitate
  +
* (of similar structure) <i>n</i> affinitate
  +
* (relationship by marriage) <i>n</i> affinitate
  +
* (resemblance, likeness) <i>n</i> affinitate
   
<b>acquaintance</b> (person with whom one is acquainted) <i>n</i> • cognoscentia
+
<b>affirm</b> (assert) <i>v</i> affirmar
  +
* (assert) <i>v</i> asserer
  +
* (confirm it is true) <i>v</i> affirmar
  +
* (maintain) <i>v</i> pretender
  +
* ~ <b>positively</b> (asseverate) <i>v</i> asseverar, affirmar
   
<b>acquainted with</b> (be -) <i>v</i> • esser al currente de
+
<b>affirmable</b> <i>adj</i> affirmabile
   
<b>acquainted with</b> (be -) <i>v</i> • cognoscer
+
<b>affirmation</b> (affirmative proposition) <i>n</i> affirmation
  +
* (assertion) <i>n</i> affirmation, assertion
   
<b>acquiesce</b> (agree without enthusiasm) <i>v</i> • acquiescer
+
<b>affirmative</b> (affirmative statement, reply, etc.) <i>n</i> affirmativa
  +
* (assertive) <i>adj</i> affirmative
   
<b>acquiesce</b> <i>v</i> • acquiescer
+
<b>affirmer</b> <i>n</i> affirmator
   
<b>acquiescence</b> <i>n</i> • acquiescentia
+
<b>affirming</b> (assertory) <i>adj</i> assertori
   
<b>acquiescent</b> <i>adj</i> acquiescente (ppr of acquiescer)
+
<b>affix</b> (fasten) <i>v</i> affiger, affixar
  +
* <i>n</i> affixo
   
<b>acquiescent</b> <i>adj</i> • acquiescente
+
<b>afflict</b> (torment) <i>v</i> remorder
  +
* <i>v</i> affliger
   
<b>acquirable</b> <i>adj</i> acquiribile
+
<b>affliction</b> (distress, passion, suffering) <i>n</i> affliction, p<u>a</u>thos, passion
   
<b>acquire</b> <i>v</i> • acquirer [-quir-/-quest-/-quisit-]
+
<b>affluence</b> (as in affluence of people) <i>n</i> affluentia
  +
* (concourse, flowing towards) <i>n</i> affluentia
  +
* (opulence, profusion) <i>n</i> affluentia
   
<b>acquire</b> <i>v</i> • acquirer
+
<b>affluent</b> (opulent) <i>adj</i> affluente
  +
* (tributary) (stream) <i>n</i> affluente
   
<b>acquirement</b> <i>n</i> • acquisition
+
<b>afflux</b> <i>n</i> affluxo
   
<b>acquirer</b> <i>n</i> • acquiritor
+
<b>afford</b> (give) <i>v</i> dar
  +
* (we cannot ~) <i>v</i>. <i>phr</i> nos non pote tolerar le expensa de
   
<b>acquisition</b> (act of acquiring) <i>n</i> • acquisition
+
<b>affording compensation</b> (compensative) <i>adj</i> compensative
   
<b>acquisition</b> <i>n</i> • acquisition
+
<b>afforest</b> <i>v</i> afforestar
   
<b>acquisition</b> (thing acquired) <i>n</i> • acquisition
+
<b>affray</b> (brawl) <i>n</i> rixa
   
<b>acquisition</b> (thing acquired) <i>n</i> • acquesto
+
<b>affront</b> (insult) <i>n</i> affronto
  +
* (to face in defiance, to insult to the face) <i>v</i> affrontar
   
<b>acquit</b> (free from obligation) <i>v</i> • absolver
+
<b>affronter</b> (insulter) <i>n</i> affrontator
   
<b>acquit</b> (free from obligation) <i>v</i> • disculpar
+
<b>affronting</b> (insulting) (act of) <i>n</i> affrontamento
   
<b>acquit</b> (release from a duty or obligation) <i>v</i> • quitar
+
<b>affusion</b> <i>n</i> affusion
   
<b>acquittal</b> <i>n</i> • absolution
+
<b>afghan</b> <i>adj</i> Afghan
  +
* <i>n</i> afghano
   
<b>acre</b> [A] <i>n</i> • acre
+
<b>Afghanistan</b> [Geog] <i>npr</i> Afghanistan
   
<b>acreage</b> <i>n</i> • area
+
<b>afield</b> (astray) <i>adv</i> disviate
  +
* (far ~) <i>adv</i> multo lontan
   
<b>acrid</b> <i>adj</i> acre
+
<b>aflame</b> (in flames) <i>adj</i>/<i>adv</i> in flammas
  +
* (inflamed) <i>adj</i> inflammate
   
<b>acrid</b> (bitter) <i>adj</i> acerbe
+
<b>afloat</b> <i>adj</i> flottante, in barca
   
<b>acrid</b> (bitter) <i>adj</i> acride
+
<b>aflutter</b> <i>adj</i> nervosemente excitate
   
<b>acridness</b> <i>n</i> acritate
+
<b>afoot</b> <i>adj</i>/<i>adv</i> in motion
   
<b>acrimonious</b> <i>adj</i> acrimoniose
+
<b>aforementioned</b> (aforesaid) <i>adj</i> precitate, mentionate o citate previemente
   
<b>acrimony</b> (bitterness in argument) <i>n</i> acrimonio
+
<b>aforesaid</b> (aforementioned) <i>adj</i> precitate, mentionate o citate previemente
   
<b>acrimony</b> <i>n</i> acrimonia
+
<b>afraid</b> (be - of) <i>v</i> haber pavor de, haber timor de
  +
* <i>adj</i> apprehensive, pavorose, timorose
   
<b>acro-</b> (terminal, topmost) [occurring in compounds] <i>adj</i> acr-
+
<b>afresh</b> <i>adv</i> de nove
   
<b>acrobat</b> <i>n</i> • acrobata
+
<b>Africa</b> [Geog] <i>n</i> <u>A</u>frica
   
<b>acrobat</b> <i>n</i> • acrobata (-òbata)
+
<b>African</b> <i>adj</i> african
  +
* <i>n</i> africano
   
<b>acrobatic</b> <i>adj</i> acrobatic
+
<b>after</b> (following) <i>prep</i> secundo, secun
  +
* (just ~) <i>phr</i> sovente, subinde
  +
* <i>adv</i> depost, depois, pois, post, postea
  +
* ~ <b>all</b> <i>prep</i> post toto
  +
* ~ <i>conj</i> post que
  +
* <i>prep</i> depost, depois, pois
  +
* ~ <b>that</b> (thereupon, tenceforward, from that time) <i>adv</i> inde
   
<b>acrobatic</b> <i>n</i> acrobatic
+
<b>afterbirth</b> [Anat] <i>n</i> placenta, secundinas
   
<b>acrobaticly</b> <i>adv</i> acrobaticamente
+
<b>after-burner</b> <i>n</i> becco de post-ignition
   
<b>acrobatics</b> <i>n</i> acrobatia (-ìa)
+
<b>after-care</b> <i>n</i> cura de convalescentia
   
<b>acrobatics</b> <i>n</i> acrobatia
+
<b>after-effect</b> [Med] <i>n</i> sequela, effecto secundari, consequentia, repercussion
   
<b>acrobatism</b> <i>n</i> acrobatismo
+
<b>afterglow</b> <i>n</i> brillantia restante
   
<b>acronym</b> <i>n</i> acromymo
+
<b>afterimage</b> <i>n</i> imagine restante
   
<b>acrophobia</b> <i>n</i> acrophobia
+
<b>afterlife</b> <i>n</i> vita post-morte
   
<b>acropolis</b> <i>n</i> acropole
+
<b>aftermath</b> <i>n</i> consequentias, effectos, resultato
   
<b>across</b> <i>adv</i> • al altere latere (de)
+
<b>afternoon</b> <i>n</i> postmeridie
   
<b>across</b> <i>adv</i> a transverso
+
<b>afterthought</b> <i>n</i> reflexion posterior
   
<b>across</b> <i>adv</i> al altere latere
+
<b>afterwards</b> (after, later, thereafter) <i>adv</i> post, pois, dep<u>o</u>is, depost, p<u>o</u>stea
  +
* (then, following in time, next in order) <i>adv</i> d<u>e</u>inde
   
<b>across, over, on the farther side of, beyond</b> <i>prep</i> • trans
+
<b>again</b> (anew) <i>adv</i> de novo, de nove, altere vice, novemente, re-, <u>i</u>tero
  +
* (attach, fasten) <i>v</i> re(attaccar), (attacar) de novo
  +
* ~ <b>and again</b> <i>adv</i> repetitemente
   
<b>across</b> (over, beyond, on the farther side of) <i>prep</i> • trans
+
<b>against one</b>'<b>s will</b> (unwillingly) <i>adv</i> nolente
  +
* <i>prep</i> contra, erga
   
<b>across</b> <i>prep</i> trans
+
<b>agape</b> (love) <i>n</i> <u>a</u>gape, amor christian
   
<b>acrostic</b> (initial spelled line verse) <i>n</i> • acrostichio
+
<b>agar</b> [Bot] <i>n</i> agar
  +
* [Bot] <i>n</i> gellatina de alga
   
<b>acrostic</b> [Pros] <i>n</i> acrostichio
+
<b>agar-agar</b> <i>n</i> agar-agar [Mal]
   
<b>act</b> (act of a play) <i>n</i> • acto
+
<b>agaric</b> [Bot] <i>adj</i> agaric
  +
* [Bot] <i>n</i> agarico
   
<b>act</b> (action, deed) <i>n</i> • acto
+
<b>agate</b> (agatine) <i>adj</i> agatin
  +
* (the stone agate) <i>n</i> <u>a</u>gata
   
<b>act</b> (behave) <i>v</i> • conducer (se)
+
<b>agatiferous</b> <i>adj</i> agat<u>i</u>fere
   
<b>act</b> (behave) <i>v</i> • conducer
+
<b>agatiform</b> <i>adj</i> agatiforme
   
<b>act</b> (do) <i>vi</i> • ager
+
<b>agave</b> [Bot] <i>n</i> agave
   
<b>act</b> (in the -) <i>adv</i> • in flagrante delicto
+
<b>age</b> (1. lapse of time; 2. period in life) <i>n</i> etate
  +
* (long period of time) <i>n</i> evo
  +
* (oldness) <i>n</i> vetulessa, vetustate
  +
* (period) <i>n</i> epocha
  +
* (years) <i>n</i> etate
  +
* <i>vi</i> inveterar
   
<b>act</b> <i>n</i> • acto
+
<b>aged</b> <i>adj</i> vetule
   
<b>act</b> (theat) <i>v</i> • jocar
+
<b>agency</b> (as in news agency, real estate agency, etc.) <i>n</i> agentia
   
<b>act</b> <i>vt</i> • representar
+
<b>agenda</b> (memorandum book) <i>n</i> agenda
   
<b>act of god</b> <i>n</i> • caso fortuite
+
<b>agent</b> (1. active power; 2. one who acts for another) <i>n</i> agente
  +
* (emissary) <i>n</i> emissario
  +
* (minister) <i>n</i> ministro
  +
* (representant) <i>n</i> representante
  +
* <i>n</i> mandatario
   
<b>act of parliament</b> <i>n</i> • statuto
+
<b>agglomerate</b> (gather into a mass, gather or heap together) <i>v</i> agglomerar
  +
* <i>n</i> agglomerato
   
<b>act of parliament</b> <i>n</i> • acto del parlamento
+
<b>agglomeration</b> <i>n</i> agglomeration
   
<b>act of parliament</b> <i>n</i> lege
+
<b>agglutinant</b> (agglutinative) <i>adj</i> agglutinante (ppr of agglutinar)
   
<b>act of soaking</b> <i>n</i> • imbibition
+
<b>agglutinate</b> (stick or glue together) <i>v</i> agglutinar
   
<b>acting</b> <i>n</i> • joco
+
<b>agglutinating</b> (agglutinative) <i>adj</i> agglutinative
   
<b>acting</b> (temporary) <i>adj</i> • interimari (in le interim)
+
<b>agglutination</b> <i>n</i> agglutination
   
<b>acting</b> (temporary) <i>adj</i> • interimari
+
<b>agglutinative</b> (agglutinating) <i>adj</i> agglutinative
   
<b>actinia</b> (sea anemone) [Bot] <i>n</i> actinia
+
<b>aggrandize</b> (augment, increase the power, wealth, or rank, of; make bigger) <i>v</i> aggrandir, augmentar, aggrandisar
   
<b>actinic</b> <i>adj</i> • actinic
+
<b>aggrandizement</b> <i>n</i> aggrandimento
   
<b>actinium</b> (Ac) <i>n</i> • actinium
+
<b>aggravate</b> (infuriate) <i>v</i> exasperar
  +
* (make worse, worsen, infuriate, make worse a disease, pain, etc.) <i>v</i> aggravar, exasperar
   
<b>actinium</b> (Ac) <i>n</i> actinio
+
<b>aggravated</b> [Law] <i>adj</i> qualificate pp of qualificar
   
<b>action</b> (act, acting) <i>n</i> action
+
<b>aggravating</b> (annoying, making worse) <i>adj</i> aggravante, exasperante
   
<b>action</b> (lawsuit) <i>n</i> action
+
<b>aggravation</b> (act of aggravating, or state of being aggravated, annoyance, making worse) <i>n</i> aggravation, exasperation, aggravamento
   
<b>action</b> <i>n</i> • action
+
<b>aggravator</b> <i>n</i> aggravator
   
<b>actionable</b> <i>adj</i> • actionabile
+
<b>aggregate</b> (collect or unite into a mass or sum) <i>v</i> aggregar
  +
* (inclusive etc,, total) <i>adj</i> collective, total, global
  +
* <i>n</i> aggregato
  +
* <i>n</i> total
  +
* <i>v</i> aggregar
  +
* <i>v</i> aggregar (se)
   
<b>activate</b> <i>v</i> • activar
+
<b>aggregation</b> <i>n</i> aggregation
   
<b>activation</b> <i>n</i> • activation
+
<b>aggregative</b> <i>adj</i> aggregative
   
<b>active</b> <i>adj</i> • active
+
<b>aggression</b> <i>n</i> aggression
   
<b>active voice</b> <i>phr</i> • voce active
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<b>aggressive</b> <i>adj</i> aggressive
   
<b>activist</b> <i>n</i> • activista
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<b>aggressor</b> <i>n</i> aggressor
   
<b>activity</b> <i>n</i> • activitate
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<b>aggrieve</b> <i>n</i> offender
   
<b>actor</b> <i>n</i> • actor
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<b>aghast</b> <i>adj</i> horrificate
   
<b>actress</b> <i>n</i> actrice
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<b>agile</b> (fleet, nimble) <i>adj</i> legier ¬lejér
  +
* (nimble, quick) <i>adj</i> preste
  +
* <i>adj</i> agile
   
<b>acts of desperation</b> <i>phr</i> • actos de desperation
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<b>agility</b> (fleetness, nimbleness) <i>n</i> legieressa ¬lejeressa
  +
* (nimbleness, quickness) <i>n</i> prestessa
  +
* <i>n</i> agilitate
   
<b>acts of love</b> <i>phr</i> • actiones de amor
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<b>agio</b> (exchange premium) [Commer] <i>n</i> agio ¬ajo
   
<b>acts of negligence</b> <i>phr</i> • actiones de negligentia
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<b>agiotage</b> (exchange business, stockbroking) <i>n</i> agiotage ¬ajotaje
   
<b>acts of violence</b> <i>phr</i> • actos de violentia
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<b>agitate</b> (1. to move or shake violently, stir up) <i>v</i> agitar
   
<b>acts of violence</b> <i>phr</i> • vias de facto
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<b>agitation</b> (1. violent moving or shaking; 2. disturbance, excitement) <i>n</i> agitation
  +
* (commotion, tremor) (violent physical or mental disturbance) <i>n</i> commotion
  +
* (trepidation) <i>n</i> trepiditate
   
<b>actual</b> <i>adj</i> • real
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<b>agitator</b> (1. [Pol]; 2. apparatus for shaking or mixing) <i>n</i> agitator
   
<b>actual</b> <i>adj</i> • actual
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<b>aglet</b> (aiguillette) <i>n</i> agulietta
   
<b>actual</b> (real) <i>adj</i> actual
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<b>agnate</b> (on father's side) <i>adj</i> de parte del patre
   
<b>actuality</b> (actual existence) <i>n</i> • actualitate
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<b>agnostic</b> <i>adj</i> agn<u>o</u>stic
  +
* <i>n</i> agn<u>o</u>stico
   
<b>actualization</b> <i>n</i> • actualisation
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<b>agnosticism</b> <i>n</i> agnosticismo
   
<b>actualize</b> <i>v</i> actualisar
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<b>ago</b> (a year ~) <i>phr</i> ante un anno, un anno retro
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* (long ~) <i>phr</i> pridem
  +
* <i>adv</i> in passato
  +
* <i>adv</i> retro
   
<b>actually</b> <i>adv</i> • in realitate
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<b>agoago</b> (a moment ~) <i>phr</i> jam
   
<b>actually</b> <i>adv</i> • actualmente
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<b>agog</b> (excited) <i>adj</i> excitate
   
<b>actuarial</b> <i>adj</i> • actuarial
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<b>agon</b> [Gr. Antiq] <i>n</i> agon
   
<b>actuary</b> <i>n</i> • actuario
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<b>agonist</b> [Gr. Antiq] <i>n</i> agonista
   
<b>actuary</b> (risk calculator) <i>n</i> • actuario
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<b>agonistic</b> [Gr. Antiq] <i>adj</i> agonistic
   
<b>actuary's office</b> (or profession) <i>n</i> • actuariato
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<b>agonize</b> (anguishing, suffering, suffer mental anguish) <i>v</i> agonisar
   
<b>actuate</b> (put into action) <i>v</i> • actuar
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<b>agonizing</b> <i>adj</i> agonisante
   
<b>actuate</b> (put into motion) <i>v</i> • actuar
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<b>agony</b> (1. death struggle; 2. extreme pain of mind) <i>n</i> agon<u>i</u>a
  +
* (anguish) <i>n</i> angustia
   
<b>actuate</b> (put into motion) <i>v</i> • actionar
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<b>agora</b> [Gr. Hist] <i>n</i> <u>a</u>gora
   
<b>actuate</b> (set in action or motion) <i>v</i> • actionar
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<b>agoraphobe</b> [Pychopathol] <i>n</i> agor<u>a</u>phobo
   
<b>actuation</b> <i>n</i> • actuation
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<b>agoraphobia</b> [Psychopathol] <i>n</i> agoraphob<u>i</u>a
   
<b>acuity</b> <i>n</i> acuitate
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<b>agoraphobic</b> <i>adj</i> agoraphobic, agor<u>a</u>phobe
   
<b>aculeate</b> [Zool/Bot] <i>adj</i> • aculeate
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<b>agrarian</b> <i>adj</i> agrari
   
<b>aculeiform</b> <i>adj</i> aculeiforme
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<b>agree</b> (be in agreement, come to an agreement, concur) <i>v</i> concordar, convenir [-ven-/-vent-], consentir, esser de accordo
  +
* [Gram] <i>v</i> concordar
   
<b>acumen</b> (keenness) <i>n</i> • acumine
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<b>agreeable</b> (pleasing) <i>adj</i> agradabile
  +
* <i>adj</i> agradabile
   
<b>acumen</b> <i>n</i> • acumine
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<b>agreeableness</b> (pleasantness) <i>n</i> agradamento
   
<b>acuminate, pointed</b> <i>adj</i> • acuminate
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<b>agreement</b>
  +
* (concurrence) <i>n</i> accordo
  +
* (pact) <i>n</i> convention
  +
* (treaty) <i>n</i> tractato
  +
* <i>n</i> concordantia
   
<b>acuminate, pointed</b> <i>adj</i> • acuminate (pp of acuminar)
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<b>agricultural</b> (agronomic) <i>adj</i> agronomic
  +
* (farming) <i>adj</i> aratori
  +
* <i>adj</i> agricole, agricultural
   
<b>acuminate, sharpen</b> <i>v</i> • acuminar
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<b>agriculturalist</b> <i>n</i> agr<u>i</u>cola
   
<b>acupuncture</b> <i>n</i> • acupunctura
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<b>agriculture</b> (farming) <i>n</i> agricultura
   
<b>acupuncture</b> (needle medicine) <i>n</i> • acupunctura
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<b>agriculturist</b> <i>n</i> agricultor
   
<b>acupuncture</b> <i>v</i> acupuncturar
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<b>agronomic</b> (agricultural) <i>adj</i> agronomic, agricultural
   
<b>acutangular</b> [Geom] (acute-angled) <i>adj</i> acutangule
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<b>agronomist</b> <i>n</i> agr<u>o</u>nomo, agronomista
   
<b>acute</b> (acting keenly on the senses) <i>adj</i> • acute
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<b>agronomy</b> (agronomics) <i>n</i> agronom<u>i</u>a
   
<b>acute</b> (sharp-pointed) <i>adj</i> acute
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<b>aground</b> (run ~) <i>v</i> arenar, arenar se
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* <i>adv</i> arenate
   
<b>acute</b> (shrewd, penetrating, keen) <i>adj</i> • acute
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<b>ah</b> <i>interj</i> ah
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* ~ <i>interj</i> ei
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* ~ <i>interj</i> eia, heia
   
<b>acute accent</b> <i>n</i> • accento acute
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<b>aha</b> <i>interj</i> aha
  +
* ~ <i>interj</i> heia
   
<b>acute angled</b> [Geom] (acutangular) <i>adj</i> acutangule
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<b>ahead</b> <i>adv</i> ante, avante
   
<b>acute pain</b> <i>n</i> • dolor acute
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<b>ahem</b> <i>interj</i> ehem
   
<b>acuteness, sharpness</b> <i>n</i> acutessa
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<b>aid</b> (assist) <i>v</i> coadjuvar, subvenir
  +
* (help) <i>n</i> adjuta, auxilio, subvention, succurso
  +
* (help) <i>v</i> adjutar, adjuvar, auxiliar, succurrer, juvar
   
<b>ad</b> (advertising) [Amer] <i>n</i> • annuncio
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<b>aide</b> (assistant) <i>n</i> adjuta
   
<b>ad hoc</b> <i>phr</i> • ad hoc
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<b>aigrette</b> ¬F <i>n</i> aigrette
   
<b>ad infinitum</b> <i>phr</i> • sin fin
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<b>aiguillette</b> (aglet) <i>n</i> agulietta
   
<b>ad infinitum</b> <i>phr</i> • ad infinitum
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<b>ail</b> <i>v</i> doler, penar
   
<b>ad lib</b> <i>adj/adv</i> • ad lib
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<b>aileron</b> <i>n</i>
   
<b>ad lib</b> (improvise) <i>v</i> improvisar
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<b>ailment</b> <i>n</i> infirmitate, maladia, morbo
   
<b>adage</b> <i>n</i> adagio
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<b>aim</b> (- a gun) <i>v</i> punctar un arma
  +
* (- a telescope) <i>v</i> punctar un telescopio
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* (as in take aim, good aim, etc.) <i>n</i> mira
  +
* (blow) <i>vt</i> diriger
  +
* (end) <i>n</i> fin
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* (goal) <i>n</i> gol
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* (intend) <i>vi</i> aspirar, aspirar a, intender, intender de
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* (object) <i>n</i> objecto
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* (objective, scope, object) <i>n</i> objectivo, scopo
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* (purpose) <i>n</i> prop<u>o</u>sito
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* (take aim) <i>v</i> visar, mirar
  +
* ~ <b>at</b> (take, target) <i>v</i> mirar, visar
   
<b>adage</b> <i>n</i> proverbio
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<b>aiming</b> (pointing) (of guns, etc) <i>n</i> punctage ¬punctaje
   
<b>adagio</b> <i>adj/adv</i> adagio
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<b>aimless</b> <i>adj</i> sin prop<u>o</u>sito
   
<b>adagio</b> <i>adv</i> lentemente
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<b>aimlessly</b> <i>adv</i> sin prop<u>o</u>sito
   
<b>adagio</b> [Mus] <i>adv</i> adagio
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<b>ain</b>'<b>t</b> (isn't) <i>v</i> non es
   
<b>adagio</b> [Mus] <i>adv</i> • adagio [I]
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<b>air</b> (1. atmospheric air; 2. appearance; 3. melody) <i>n</i> aere, aer
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* (airy, aerial) <i>adj</i> aeree
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* (expose to the open air) <i>v</i> aerar
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* (in the open) <i>phr</i> al aere libere
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* ~ <b>condition</b> <i>v</i> climatisar
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* ~ <b>conditioning</b> <i>n</i> climatisation
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* ~ <b>hostess</b> <i>n</i> stewardessa
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* ~ <b>pressure</b> <i>n</i> pression atmospheric
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* ~ <b>raid</b> <i>n</i> incursion aeree
   
<b>adagio</b> [Mus] <i>n</i> adagio [I]
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<b>airborne</b> <i>adj</i> portate per le aere
   
<b>adagio</b> [Mus] <i>n</i> • adagio
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<b>air-condition</b> <i>v</i> climatisar
   
<b>Adam</b> [Bib] <i>n</i> • Adam
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<b>air-conditioning</b> <i>n</i> climatisation
   
<b>adamant</b> <i>adj</i> • adamante
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<b>aircraft carrier</b> <i>n</i> porta-aviones
  +
* <i>n</i> aeronave, aeronaves
   
<b>adamant</b> (unyielding) <i>adj</i> intransigente
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<b>airfield</b> <i>n</i> aerodromo, campo de aviation
   
<b>Adamic</b> <i>adj</i> adamic
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<b>airforce</b> <i>n</i> fortia aeree, armea aeree
   
<b>Adam's apple</b> [Anat] <i>n</i> • pomo de adam
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<b>airing</b> (aeration) <i>n</i> aerage ¬aeraje, aeration
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* <i>n</i> aeration, ventilation
   
<b>adapt</b> <i>v</i> appropriar
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<b>airline</b> <i>n</i> linea aeree
   
<b>adapt</b> <i>v</i> adaptar
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<b>airmail</b> (by ~) <i>adv</i> per avion, per via aeree
  +
* <i>n</i> posta aeree
   
<b>adapt</b> <i>v</i> adaptar (se)
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<b>airman</b> (aeronaut) <i>n</i> aeronauta, aviator, aeronauta
   
<b>adapt</b> <i>v</i> aptar
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<b>airplane</b> (by ~) <i>adv</i> per aeroplano, per avion, per via aeree
  +
* <i>n</i> aeroplano, avion
   
<b>adaptability</b> <i>n</i> • adaptabilitate
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<b>airport</b> <i>n</i> aeroporto
   
<b>adaptable</b> <i>adj</i> appropriabile
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<b>airs</b> (put on ~) <i>phr</i> dar se aeres
   
<b>adaptable</b> <i>adj</i> adaptabile
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<b>airship</b> <i>n</i> aeronave, aeroplano, avion, nave aeree
   
<b>adaptable</b> <i>adj</i> accommodabile
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<b>airsickness</b> <i>n</i> mal de aviatores
   
<b>adaptation, accommodation</b> <i>n</i> • accommodation
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<b>airtight</b> <i>adj</i> hermetic
   
<b>adaptation</b> (action of adapting) <i>n</i> appropriation
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<b>aisle</b> <i>n</i> nave lateral
  +
* <i>n</i> passage
   
<b>adaptation</b> <i>n</i> adaptation
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<b>Aix-la-Chapelle</b> (Aachen) [G] <i>n</i> Aachen, Aquisgrano
   
<b>adapter</b> (adaptor) <i>n</i> • adaptator
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<b>ajar</b> <i>adj</i> semiaperte
   
<b>adaptor</b> <i>n</i> • adaptator
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<b>alabaster</b> (as in gypseous alabaster) <i>n</i> alabastro
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* (Oriental alabaster) <i>n</i> alabastrite
   
<b>add</b> (add one thing to another) <i>v</i> • adder
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<b>alabastrine</b> (alabaster) <i>adj</i> alabastrin
   
<b>add</b> <i>v</i> • adder
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<b>alacritous</b> (eager, brisk) <i>adj</i> <u>a</u>lacre
   
<b>add to</b> <i>v</i> • annexar
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<b>alacrity</b> (quickness, eagerness, briskness) <i>n</i> alacritate
   
<b>add up</b> [Math] <i>v</i> • additionar
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<b>alarm</b> (alert) <i>n</i> allerta
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* (alert) <i>n</i> allerta
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* (give the alarm to) <i>v</i> allertar
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* ~ <b>clock</b> <i>n</i> eveliator
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* <i>n</i> alarma
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* <i>v</i> alarmar
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* <i>v</i> alarmar, allertar
   
<b>add up</b> [Math] <i>v</i> summar
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<b>alarming</b> <i>adj</i> alarmante (ppr of alarmar)
   
<b>add up</b> (sum up) <i>v</i> • summar
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<b>alarmist</b> <i>n</i> alarmista
   
<b>add up</b> <i>v</i> • additionar
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<b>alas</b> <i>interj</i> guai
   
<b>addenda</b> <i>n</i> addenda
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<b>Alaska</b> (State of ~) <i>n</i> le Stato de Alaska
  +
* [Geog] <i>n</i> Alaska
   
<b>addendum</b> <i>n</i> • addendum
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<b>alb</b> [Eccl] <i>n</i> alba
   
<b>addendum</b> <i>n</i> • addendum (pl addenda)</b> NL]
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<b>Albania</b> <i>n</i> Albania
   
<b>adder</b> [Comp] <i>n</i> • summator
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<b>albatross</b> [Ornith] <i>n</i> albatros
   
<b>adder</b> [Comp] <i>n</i> • additor
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<b>albeit</b> <i>conj</i> benque
   
<b>adder</b> [Comp] <i>n</i> • additionator
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<b>Alberta</b> [Geog] <i>n</i> Alberta
   
<b>adder</b> [Zool] <i>n</i> • vipera
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<b>albiflorous</b> (white-flowered) <i>adj</i> albiflor
   
<b>addict</b> (enthusiast) <i>n</i> • enthusiasta
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<b>albinism</b> <i>n</i> albinismo
   
<b>addict</b> (of drugs, substances) <i>n</i> • narcomano
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<b>albino</b> <i>adj</i> albin
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* <i>n</i> albino
   
<b>addicted to drink, bibulous</b> <i>adj</i> • bibule
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<b>album</b> <i>n</i> <u>a</u>lbum
   
<b>addiction</b> (drugs) <i>n</i> • narcomania
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<b>albumen</b> (1. white of an egg, egg-white 2. [Bot]) <i>n</i> albumine
   
<b>addiction</b> (enthusiasm) <i>n</i> • enthusiasmo
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<b>albumin</b> (complex protein) <i>n</i> alb<u>u</u>mina
   
<b>adding machine</b> <i>n</i> • calculator
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<b>albuminoid</b> (albuminoidal) <i>n</i> albuminoide
   
<b>addition</b> (action of adding) <i>n</i> • addition
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<b>albuminous</b> (albuminose) <i>adj</i> albuminose
   
<b>addition</b> (in -) <i>conj/prep. phr</i> • in plus
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<b>albuminuria</b> [Pathol] <i>n</i> albuminuria
   
<b>addition</b> (in - to) <i>prep</i> • in plus
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<b>alburnum</b> (sapwood) <i>n</i> alburno
   
<b>addition</b> (in - to) <i>prep</i> extra
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<b>alcalde</b> (mayor of a Spanish town, etc.) <i>n</i> alcalde ¬H
   
<b>addition</b> (in - to) <i>prep</i> • preter
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<b>alchemical</b> <i>adj</i> alchimic
   
<b>addition</b> <i>n</i> • addition
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<b>alchemist</b> <i>n</i> alchimista
   
<b>addition</b> (supplement) <i>n</i> • supplemento
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<b>alchemy</b> <i>n</i> alchim<u>i</u>a
   
<b>addition</b> (thing added) <i>n</i> addition
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<b>alcohol</b> <i>n</i> alcohol ¬NL
   
<b>additional</b> <i>adj</i> • additional
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<b>alcoholic</b> <i>adj</i> alcoholic
  +
* <i>n</i> alcoholico
   
<b>additionally</b> <i>adv</i> • additionalmente
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<b>alcoholism</b> <i>n</i> alcoholismo
   
<b>additive</b> <i>adj</i> • additive
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<b>alcoholization</b> <i>n</i> alcoholisation
   
<b>addle</b> (confuse) <i>v</i> • confuse
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<b>alcoholize</b> <i>v</i> alcoholisar
   
<b>addled</b> <i>adj</i> • putride
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<b>alcove</b> (recessed portion of a room) <i>n</i> alcova
   
<b>address</b> (a letteror person) <i>v</i> adressar
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<b>alderman</b> <i>n</i> legislator urban
   
<b>address</b> (accost) <i>v</i> abbordar
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<b>ale</b> (brown ~) <i>n</i> bira obscur
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* (pale ~) <i>n</i> bira clar
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* <i>n</i> ale ¬A, bira
   
<b>address</b> (address of a letter, package) <i>n</i> • adresse
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<b>aleatoric</b> (random) <i>adj</i> aleatori
   
<b>address</b> (address of a letter, package) <i>n</i> • adresse [F]
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<b>aleatory</b> (random) <i>adj</i> aleatori
   
<b>address</b> [Comp] <i>n</i> • adresse
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<b>alembic</b> <i>adj</i> alembic
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* ~ aleron
   
<b>address</b> (formal communication) <i>n</i> adresse
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<b>alert</b> (alarm) <i>n</i> alerta, allerta
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* (vigilant) <i>adj</i> alerte, vigilante
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* (watchful) <i>adj</i> allerte
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* <i>adj</i> alerte, allerte
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* <i>v</i> alertar, allertar
   
<b>address</b> (formal communication) <i>n</i> • adresse [F]
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<b>alertness</b> <i>n</i> vigilantia
   
<b>address</b> <i>n</i> • direction
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<b>Aleut</b> <i>n</i> aleut
   
<b>address</b> (on letter) <i>n</i> • adresse
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<b>Aleutian</b> <i>adj</i> aleutic
   
<b>address</b> (speak to) <i>v</i> • abbordar
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<b>Alexandria</b> <i>npr</i> Alexandr<u>i</u>a
   
<b>address</b> (speech) <i>n</i> • discurso
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<b>Alexandrian</b> (1. of Alexandria; 2. of Alexander the Great) <i>adj</i> alexandrin
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* <i>adj</i> alexandrin
   
<b>address</b> (to address a prayer to) <i>v</i> • adressar
+
<b>Alexandrine</b> [Pros] <i>adj</i> alexandrin
  +
* [Pros] <i>n</i> alexandrino
   
<b>address</b> (write the address on, direct) <i>v</i> adressar
+
<b>alfalfa</b> (lucerne) [Bot] <i>n</i> lucerna, alfalfa
   
<b>addressee</b> <i>n</i> • destinatario
+
<b>alga</b> <i>n</i> alga
   
<b>adduce</b> (cite, give proof) <i>v</i> • adducer
+
<b>algae</b> <i>n</i> algas
   
<b>adduce</b> <i>v</i> • adducer
+
<b>algebra</b> <i>n</i> <u>a</u>lgebra
   
<b>adduce</b> <i>v</i> adducer [-duc-/-duct-]
+
<b>algebraic</b> (algebraical) <i>adj</i> algebraic, algebric
   
<b>adducer</b> <i>n</i> • adductor
+
<b>algebrist</b> <i>n</i> algebrista
   
<b>adduct</b> [Med] <i>v</i> • adductar
+
<b>Alger</b> <i>npr</i> Alger
   
<b>adduction</b> (act of adducing) <i>n</i> • adduction
+
<b>Algeria</b> [Geog] <i>n</i> Algeria
   
<b>adduction</b> <i>n</i> • adduction
+
<b>Algerian</b> (Algerine) <i>n</i> algeriano
  +
* <i>adj</i> algerian
   
<b>adduction</b> [Physiol] <i>n</i> • adduction
+
<b>Algerine</b> (Algerian) <i>adj</i> algerian
   
<b>adductor</b> [Physiol] <i>n</i> • adductor
+
<b>algesia</b> (sensitivity to pain) [Med] <i>n</i> alges<u>i</u>a
   
<b>adelph-</b> [occurring in compounds] (brother, twin) <i>n</i> • adelpho-
+
<b>Algiers</b> <i>n</i> Alger
   
<b>adelpho-</b> (adelph-) [occurring in compounds] (brother, twin) <i>n</i> adelpho-
+
<b>algo</b>-, <b>alg</b>- (pain) occurring in derivatives and compounds] <i>n</i> algo-, alg-
   
<b>adenitis</b> [Pathol] <i>n</i> adenitis
+
<b>algol</b> [Comp] <i>n</i> lingua de programmation algol
   
<b>adenitis</b> [Pathol] <i>n</i> • adenitis (-ìtis)
+
<b>algometer</b> [Psychol] <i>n</i> alg<u>o</u>metro
   
<b>adenography</b> <i>n</i> • adenographia (-ìa)
+
<b>algometric</b> [Psychol] <i>adj</i> algometric
   
<b>adenography</b> <i>n</i> • adenographia
+
<b>algometry</b> (measurement of sensitivity to pain) [Psychol] <i>n</i> algometr<u>i</u>a
   
<b>adenoid, adenoidal</b> <i>adj</i> • adenoide
+
<b>Algonquian</b> (Amerindian) <i>n</i> algonquiano
  +
* <i>adj</i> algonquian
   
<b>adenoid</b> <i>n</i> • adenoide
+
<b>algorithm</b> <i>n</i> algorithmo
   
<b>adenoidal, adenoid</b> <i>adj</i> • adenoide
+
<b>algorithmic</b> <i>adj</i> algorithmic
   
<b>adenoids</b> <i>n</i> • adenoides
+
<b>alias</b> <i>adv</i> <u>a</u>lias
  +
* <i>n</i> pseudonymo
   
<b>adenoma</b> [Pathol] <i>n</i> • adenoma
+
<b>alibi</b> <i>n</i> <u>a</u>libi
   
<b>adenose, glandulous</b> <i>adj</i> • adenose
+
<b>alibility</b> <i>n</i> alibilitate
   
<b>adept</b> <i>n</i> • experto
+
<b>alible</b> (nutritive, nourishing) <i>adj</i> alibile
   
<b>adept</b> <i>n</i> adepto
+
<b>alien</b> (different, differing in nature) <i>adj</i> alien, estranie
  +
* (foreign) <i>n</i> alien, estranie, estraniero
   
<b>adept</b> (skillful) <i>adj</i> • experte
+
<b>alienability</b> <i>n</i> alienabilitate
   
<b>adequate</b> <i>adj</i> • adequate
+
<b>alienable</b> <i>adj</i> alienabile
   
<b>adequate</b> <i>adj</i> adequate (pp of adequar)
+
<b>alienate</b> (1. to transfer ownership of; 2. to estrange) <i>v</i> alienar, estraniar
   
<b>adequate, deserved</b> <i>adj</i> condigne
+
<b>alienation</b> (1. transfer of ownership to another; 2. estrangement; 3. insanity) <i>n</i> alienation, 2. alienation, estraniamento
   
<b>adequate</b> <i>v</i> • adequate
+
<b>alienator</b> <i>n</i> alienator
   
<b>adequate</b> <i>v</i> • sufficiente
+
<b>alienee</b> <i>n</i> alienatario
   
<b>adequate</b> <i>v</i> • condigne
+
<b>alienism</b> [Med] <i>n</i> alienismo
   
<b>adequation</b> <i>n</i> • adequation
+
<b>alienist</b> <i>n</i> alienista
   
<b>adhere</b> (- to an opinion, party) <i>v</i> adherer
+
<b>alight</b> (aflame) <i>adj</i> in flammas
  +
* (illuminated) <i>adj</i> illuminate
  +
* (set ~) <i>v</i> accender, incender
  +
* ~ <b>on water</b> [Aeronaut] <i>v</i> amarar
  +
* <i>v</i> atterrar
  +
* <i>v</i> descender
   
<b>adhere</b> (- to an opinion, party) <i>v</i> adherer [-her-/-hes-]
+
<b>alighting on water</b> (action of ~) [Aeronaut] <i>n</i> amarage ¬amaraje
   
<b>adhere</b> (stick fast) <i>v</i> • adherer
+
<b>align</b> (range or place in a line) <i>v</i> alinear
   
<b>adhere</b> (stick fast) <i>v</i> • adherer [-her-/-hes-]
+
<b>alignment</b> (action of aligning) <i>n</i> alineamento
   
<b>adhere</b> <i>v</i> adherer
+
<b>alike</b> (equal) <i>adj</i> equal, similar, s<u>i</u>mile
  +
* <i>adv</i> equalmente, similarmente, similemente, del mesme maniera
   
<b>adherence</b> (- to a treaty, a party) <i>n</i> • accession
+
<b>alimental</b> (nourishing) <i>adj</i> alimental
   
<b>adherence</b> (attachment) <i>n</i> • adherentia
+
<b>alimentary</b> <i>adj</i> alimentari
  +
* ~ <b>canal</b> (enteron) [Anat/Zool] <i>n</i> <u>e</u>nteron
   
<b>adherent</b> <i>adj</i> • adherente
+
<b>alimentation</b> (nourishment) <i>n</i> alimentation
   
<b>adherent</b> (follower) <i>n</i> • adherente
+
<b>alimenter</b> (feeder) <i>n</i> alimentator
   
<b>adhesion</b> (assent) <i>n</i> adhesion
+
<b>alimony</b> <i>n</i> alimentos, alimentos (post-marital)
   
<b>adhesion</b> <i>n</i> adhesion
+
<b>alive</b> (be ~) <i>v</i> esser, spirar, viver, esser vivente
  +
* (live, living) <i>adj</i> vivente, vive
  +
* (make ~) <i>v</i> animar, reanimar, vivificar
  +
* ~ <b>and well</b> <i>phr</i> san e salve
   
<b>adhesion</b> (sticking) <i>n</i> • adhesion
+
<b>alizarin</b> (madder root) <i>n</i> alizarina
   
<b>adhesive</b> <i>n</i> • adhesive
+
<b>alkali</b> <i>n</i> alcali
   
<b>adhesive</b> (sticking) <i>adj</i> • adhesive
+
<b>alkalimeter</b> <i>n</i> alcal<u>i</u>metro
   
<b>adhesive plaster</b> (sticking plaster) <i>n</i> • sparadrapo
+
<b>alkaline</b> <i>adj</i> alcalin
  +
* <i>n</i> alcalino
   
<b>adhesive tape</b> <i>n</i> • sparadrapo
+
<b>alkalinity</b> <i>n</i> alcalinitate
   
<b>adiabatic</b> <i>adj</i> • adiabatic
+
<b>alkalization</b> <i>n</i> alcalisation
   
<b>adieu, farewell</b> <i>n</i> • adieu
+
<b>alkalize</b> <i>v</i> alcalisar
   
<b>adieu, farewell</b> <i>n</i> • adieu [F]
+
<b>alkaloid</b> <i>n</i> alcaloide
   
<b>adieu</b> (Fr) <i>n</i> adeo
+
<b>all</b> (1. as in all the cheese; 2. as in all the books) <i>adj</i> omne, tote
  +
* (1. the whole of; 2. all the parts, members, etc. of a whole series or group) <i>adj</i> tote, omne
  +
* (above ~) <i>adv</i> super toto
  +
* (after ~) <i>adv</i> post toto
  +
* (at ~) <i>adv</i> del toto
  +
* (everybody) <i>pron</i> omnes
  +
* (everything) <i>pron</i> toto
  +
* (not at ~) <i>adv</i> nullemente
  +
* <i>adv</i> completemente
  +
* ~ <b>clear</b> <i>n</i> toto ben, toto clar
  +
* <i>n</i> toto
  +
* ~ <b>out</b> <i>adj</i>/<i>adv</i> con maxime fortia
  +
* ~ <b>over</b> (finished) <i>adj</i> terminate, in tote parte
  +
* ~ <i>pron</i> <u>o</u>mnes, totes
  +
* ~ <b>right</b> <i>adv</i> ben, correcte, salve
  +
* ~ <b>right</b> <i>interj</i> ben!, bon!, de accordo
  +
* ~ <b>round</b> <i>adj</i> incirculante (completemente)
  +
* ~ <b>star</b> <i>adj</i> omnistella
  +
* ~ <b>star</b> <i>n</i> omnistella
  +
* ~ <b>the better</b> <i>adv</i> tanto melio
  +
* ~ <b>the same</b> <i>adv</i> con tote isto
  +
* ~ <b>told</b> <i>adv</i> in toto
   
<b>adieu</b> (Fr) <i>n</i> • adieu
+
<b>Allah</b> (arabic) <i>n</i> Allah
   
<b>adipocere</b> <i>n</i> • adipocera
+
<b>allay</b> (calming, soothe, appease) <i>v</i> sedar
   
<b>adipose</b> (- fat) <i>adj</i> • adipose
+
<b>allegation</b> (assertion without proof) [Law] <i>n</i> allegation
   
<b>adipose</b> (fatty) <i>adj</i> • adipose
+
<b>allege</b> (affirm, bring forward as an argument or excuse) <i>v</i> allegar
  +
* (use as an excuse) <i>v</i> pretextar
  +
* ~ <b>as a pretext</b> <i>v</i> pretextar
   
<b>adiposis</b> (fatty degeneration) <i>n</i> • adiposis (-òsis)
+
<b>alleged</b> <i>adj</i> pretense
   
<b>adiposis</b> (fatty degeneration) <i>n</i> adiposis
+
<b>allegiance</b> (loyalty) <i>n</i> deber de fidelitate
   
<b>adiposity</b> (fatness) <i>n</i> • adipositate
+
<b>allegoric</b> (allegorical) <i>adj</i> allegoric
   
<b>adit</b> (access, entrance) <i>n</i> • adito (àdi-)
+
<b>allegorist</b> <i>n</i> allegorista
   
<b>adit</b> (access, entrance) <i>n</i> • adito
+
<b>allegorization</b> <i>n</i> allegorisation
   
<b>adit</b> (entrance) (door, passage through which one enters) <i>n</i> • adito (àdi-)
+
<b>allegorize</b> <i>v</i> allegorisar
   
<b>adit</b> (entrance) (door, passage through which one enters) <i>n</i> • adito
+
<b>allegorizer</b> <i>n</i> allegorisator
   
<b>adjacency</b> (state of being adjacent) <i>n</i> • adjacentia
+
<b>allegory</b> (hidden meaning story) <i>n</i> allegor<u>i</u>a
   
<b>adjacent</b> <i>adj</i> • limitrophe
+
<b>allegretto</b> [Mus] <i>n</i> allegretto
   
<b>adjacent</b> <i>adj</i> • adjacente
+
<b>allegro</b> [Mus] <i>n</i> allegro
   
<b>adjacent, circumjacent</b> <i>adj</i> • circumvicin
+
<b>allergic</b> [Pathol] <i>adj</i> allergic
   
<b>adjectival</b> (adjective) [Gram] <i>adj</i> • adjectival
+
<b>allergy</b> [Pathol] <i>n</i> allerg<u>i</u>a
   
<b>adjective</b> [Gram] <i>adj</i> • adjective
+
<b>alleviate</b> (relieve) <i>v</i> alleviar
   
<b>adjective</b> [Gram] <i>n</i> • adjectivo
+
<b>alleviation</b> <i>n</i> alleviation
   
<b>adjoin</b> <i>v</i> • adjunger
+
<b>alley</b> (street) <i>n</i> vico
  +
* <i>n</i> allee
   
<b>adjoining</b> <i>adj</i> • adjuncte
+
<b>alliance</b> <i>n</i> alliantia
   
<b>adjoining, contiguous</b> <i>adj</i> • contigue
+
<b>allied</b> <i>adj</i> alliate
   
<b>adjoining, near, neighboring</b> <i>adj</i> vicin
+
<b>alligator</b> <i>n</i> alligator ¬A
  +
* ~ <b>pear</b> (avocado) <i>n</i> avocato
   
<b>adjoining, neighboring</b> <i>adj</i> • vicinal
+
<b>alliterate</b> <i>v</i> alliterar
   
<b>adjourn</b> (postpone) <i>v</i> • ajornar
+
<b>alliteration</b> <i>n</i> alliteration
   
<b>adjourn</b> <i>v</i> ajornar
+
<b>allo</b>-, <b>all</b>- (other) [occurring in compounds] <i>adj</i> allo-, all-
   
<b>adjournment</b> <i>n</i> ajornamento
+
<b>allocate</b> (allot) <i>v</i> assignar, distribuer
   
<b>adjournment</b> (postponement) <i>n</i> • ajornamento
+
<b>allocation</b> <i>n</i> allocation
   
<b>adjudge</b> (award judicially as a prize) <i>v</i> • adjudicar
+
<b>allocator</b> <i>n</i> allocator
  +
* <i>n</i> assignator
   
<b>adjudger</b> (awarder) <i>n</i> • adjudicator
+
<b>allocution</b> <i>n</i> allocution
   
<b>adjudging</b> (awarding) <i>adj</i> • adjudicative
+
<b>allopath</b> <i>n</i> all<u>o</u>pathe
   
<b>adjudgment</b> (award) <i>n</i> • adjudication
+
<b>allopathy</b> <i>n</i> allopath<u>i</u>a
   
<b>adjudicate</b> (judge a dispute) <i>v</i> adjudicar
+
<b>allot</b> (assign, attribute, distribute, apportion) <i>v</i> assignar, attribuer, distribuer, tribuer, apportionar
   
<b>adjudicated</b> <i>adj</i> adjudicate
+
<b>allotment</b> (apportioning, distribution) <i>n</i> apportionamento, distribution, repartition
  +
* (land) <i>n</i> parcella de terreno
   
<b>adjudication</b> <i>n</i> • adjudication
+
<b>allotrope</b> [Chem] <i>n</i> all<u>o</u>tropo
   
<b>adjudicator</b> <i>v</i> adjudicator
+
<b>allotropic</b> [Chem] <i>adj</i> all<u>o</u>trope, allotropic
   
<b>adjunct</b> [Gram] <i>n</i> • adjuncto
+
<b>allotropous</b> [Zoo] <i>adj</i> all<u>o</u>trope
   
<b>adjunction</b> (the act of joining or adding) <i>n</i> • adjunction
+
<b>allotropy</b> [Chem] <i>n</i> allotrop<u>i</u>a
   
<b>adjunctive</b> <i>adj</i> • adjunctive
+
<b>allow</b> (brook, comport, bear) <i>v</i> comportar
  +
* (permit) <i>v</i> permitter
  +
* ~ <b>for</b> <i>v</i> tener conto de
  +
* ~ <b>me</b> <i>v</i> permitte me
   
<b>adjuration</b> <i>n</i> • adjuration
+
<b>allowable</b> <i>adj</i> admissibile
   
<b>adjuration</b> (solemn command) <i>n</i> • adjuration
+
<b>allowance</b>
  +
* (a small ~) <i>phr</i> un pitancia
  +
* <i>n</i> alimentos
  +
* <i>n</i> assignation
   
<b>adjure</b> <i>v</i> • adjurar
+
<b>alloy</b> (as in to alloy silver with copper) <i>v</i> alligar
  +
* <i>n</i> alligato
   
<b>adjust</b> <i>v</i> • adjustar
+
<b>all-seeing</b> (omnivident) <i>adj</i> omnividente
   
<b>adjustable</b> <i>adj</i> adjustabile
+
<b>allspice</b> <i>n</i> specie (condimento) de myrto
   
<b>adjustable</b> (as in adjustable quarrel) <i>adj</i> accommodabile
+
<b>allude</b> (casually refering) <i>v</i> alluder (a)
   
<b>adjuster</b> <i>n</i> • adjustator
+
<b>allure</b> (attract) <i>v</i> attraher
   
<b>adjustment</b> (action of adjusting) <i>n</i> • adjustamento
+
<b>alluring</b> <i>adj</i> attractive
   
<b>adjustment</b> (compromise)</b> Law] <i>n</i> • transaction
+
<b>allusion</b> <i>n</i> allusion
   
<b>adjustment</b> (settlement) <i>n</i> • adjustamento
+
<b>allusive</b> <i>adj</i> allusive
   
<b>adjutant</b> (assistant, helper) <i>n</i> • adjutante
+
<b>alluvial</b> <i>adj</i> alluvial
   
<b>adjutant</b> [Mil] <i>n</i> • adjutante
+
<b>alluvium</b> <i>n</i> alluvion
   
<b>adjuvant, helpful</b> <i>adj</i> • adjuvante (ppr of adjuvar)
+
<b>ally</b> (by marriage) <i>v</i> apparentar
  +
* (confederato) <i>n</i> alliato, confederato
  +
* <i>v</i> alliar
   
<b>adjuvant, helpful</b> <i>adj</i> adjuvante
+
<b>alma mater</b> <i>n</i> alma matre ¬L
   
<b>administer, manage</b> <i>v</i> gerer
+
<b>almanac</b> (calendar) <i>n</i> almanac, ephem<u>e</u>ride
   
<b>administer, manage</b> <i>v</i> • gerer</b> ger-/gest-]
+
<b>almightiness</b> (omnipotence) <i>n</i> omnipotentia
   
<b>administer</b> (to direct, manage) <i>v</i> • administrar
+
<b>almighty</b> (omnipotent) <i>adj</i> omnipotente
   
<b>administer</b> (to furnish or apply) <i>v</i> • administrar
+
<b>almond</b> (- tree) <i>n</i> amandoliero
  +
* <i>n</i> am<u>a</u>ndola
   
<b>administer</b> <i>v</i> • administrar
+
<b>almond-tree</b> <i>n</i> amandoliero
   
<b>administer</b> <i>v</i> • gerer
+
<b>almoner</b> <i>n</i> almosnero
   
<b>administrable</b> <i>adj</i> • administrabile
+
<b>almonry</b> <i>n</i> almosner<u>i</u>a
   
<b>administration</b> (action of furnishing or applying) <i>n</i> • administration
+
<b>almost</b> (nearly) <i>adv</i> quasi
   
<b>administration, management</b> <i>n</i> gestion
+
<b>alms</b> (give ~) <i>v</i> dar almosna, facer le caritate
  +
* ~ <b>bag</b> (alms purse) <i>n</i> almosniera
  +
* <i>n</i> eleem<u>o</u>syna, almosna, caritate
  +
* ~ <b>purse</b> (alms bag) <i>n</i> almosniera
   
<b>administration</b> (management of public affairs, an institution, business) <i>n</i> • administration
+
<b>aloe</b> <i>n</i> aloe
   
<b>administration</b> <i>n</i> gestion
+
<b>aloft</b> <i>adv</i> in alto, in le aere
   
<b>administration</b> (persons collectively managing public affairs, an institution, business, etc.) <i>n</i> administration
+
<b>alone</b> (single, separate) <i>adj</i> singule, sol
   
<b>administrative</b> <i>adj</i> administrative
+
<b>along</b> (by) <i>prep</i> secundo, secun
  +
* (get - with another) <i>v</i> intender se
  +
* (get ~) <i>v</i> arrangiar se
  +
* (manage) <i>v</i> arrangiar se
  +
* <i>prep</i> preter
  +
* ~ <b>with</b> <i>adv</i>/<i>conj</i> insimul a
   
<b>administrator, manager</b> <i>n</i> • administrator
+
<b>alongside</b> (- of) <i>prep</i> preter
  +
* <i>adv</i> bordo a bordo
  +
* <i>prep</i> al latere de
   
<b>administrator</b> <i>n</i> administrator
+
<b>aloof</b> (reserved) <i>adj</i> multo distante
   
<b>admirable</b> <i>adj</i> • admirabile
+
<b>alopecia</b> <i>n</i> calvitia
   
<b>admiral</b> <i>n</i> admiral
+
<b>aloud</b> <i>adv</i> in alte voce
   
<b>admiralship, admiralty</b> <i>n</i> • admiralato
+
<b>alpha</b> (the first letter of the Greek alphabet) <i>n</i> alpha
   
<b>admiralty, admiralship</b> <i>n</i> • admiralato
+
<b>alphabet</b> <i>n</i> alphabeto
   
<b>admiralty</b> (government department in charge of naval affairs) <i>n</i> • admiralitate
+
<b>alphabetical</b> <i>adj</i> alphabetic
   
<b>admiralty</b> (law or court of the admiralty) <i>n</i> • admiralitate
+
<b>alphabetically</b> <i>adv</i> alphabeticamente
   
<b>admiralty</b> <i>n</i> • admiralitate
+
<b>alphabetization</b> <i>n</i> alphabetisation
   
<b>admiration</b> <i>n</i> • admiration
+
<b>alphabetize</b> <i>v</i> alphabetisar
   
<b>admire</b> <i>v</i> • admirar
+
<b>alphanumeric</b> <i>adj</i> alphanumeric
   
<b>admirer</b> <i>n</i> admirator
+
<b>Alpine</b> (Alpestrine) <i>adj</i> alpin, alpestre
   
<b>admiring</b> <i>adj</i> • admirative
+
<b>Alpinism</b> <i>n</i> alpinismo
   
<b>admissibility</b> <i>n</i> • admissibilitate
+
<b>Alpinist</b> <i>n</i> alpinista
   
<b>admissible</b> <i>adj</i> • admissibile
+
<b>Alps</b> [Geog] <i>n</i> Alpes
   
<b>admission</b> (acknowledgement) <i>n</i> confession
+
<b>already</b> (at once, right away) <i>adv</i> jam, ja, ya
   
<b>admission</b> (allowing entrance or access) <i>n</i> • admission
+
<b>Alsace</b> <i>n</i> Alsatia
   
<b>admission</b> (conceding the validity or truth of) <i>n</i> admission
+
<b>alsatian</b> (dog) <i>adj</i> can pastoral german
  +
* (dog) <i>n</i> can pastoral german
  +
* <i>adj</i> alsatian
  +
* <i>n</i> alsatiano
   
<b>admission</b> (entrance, concession) <i>n</i> • admission
+
<b>also</b> (- not) <i>adv</i> ni
  +
* (likewise) <i>adv</i> equalmente
  +
* (too) <i>adv</i> als<u>i</u>, anque ¬anche, de plus, <u>e</u>tiam, in plus
   
<b>admit</b> (acknowledge as valid or true) <i>v</i> • admitter
+
<b>Altai</b> (1. Altai mountains; 2. Altai region) <i>n</i> Alt<u>a</u>i
   
<b>admit</b> (acknowledge as valid or true) <i>v</i> • admitter [-mitt-/-miss-]
+
<b>Altaic</b> <i>adj</i> alt<u>a</u>ic
   
<b>admit</b> (acknowledge) <i>v</i> • confessar
+
<b>altar</b> <i>n</i> altar
   
<b>admit</b> (allow in, concede) <i>v</i> admitter
+
<b>alter</b> <i>v</i> alterar, alterar se
   
<b>admit</b> (allow to enter) <i>v</i> • admitter [-mitt-/-miss-]
+
<b>alterable</b> <i>adj</i> alterabile
   
<b>admit</b> (allow to enter) <i>v</i> • admitter
+
<b>alteration</b> <i>n</i> alteration
   
<b>admittance</b> <i>n</i> • admission
+
<b>altercate</b> (quarrel, wrangle) <i>v</i> altercar
   
<b>admix</b> <i>v</i> • admiscer
+
<b>altercation</b> <i>n</i> altercation
   
<b>admix</b> <i>v</i> • admiscer [-misc-/-mixt-]
+
<b>alternate</b> (1. to do by turns; 2. to occur by turns) <i>v</i> alternar
  +
* (alternating) <i>adj</i> alternate, alternative, alterne
   
<b>admixtion</b> <i>n</i> • admixtion
+
<b>alternation</b> <i>n</i> alternation
  +
* <i>n</i> alternativa
   
<b>admixture</b> (admixtion) <i>n</i> • admixtion
+
<b>alternative</b> (choice between two possible things or lines of action) <i>n</i> alternativa
  +
* <i>adj</i> alternative
   
<b>admixture</b> <i>n</i> • admixtion
+
<b>alternator</b> <i>n</i> alternator
   
<b>admonish</b> (advise) <i>v</i> moner
+
<b>although</b> <i>conj</i> ben que, <u>e</u>tiam si, quamquam, quanquam
   
<b>admonish</b> <i>v</i> • admoner
+
<b>altimeter</b> <i>n</i> alt<u>i</u>metro
   
<b>admonish</b> <i>v</i> moner
+
<b>altisonant</b> (high-sounding) <i>adj</i> altisonante, altisone
   
<b>admonish</b> <i>v</i> • admonestar
+
<b>altitude</b> <i>n</i> altitude
   
<b>admonish beforehand, forewarn</b> <i>v</i> • premoner
+
<b>alto</b> (1. contralto voice; 2. tenor violin) [Mus] <i>n</i> alto
   
<b>admonisher, monitor</b> <i>n</i> • monitor
+
<b>altogether</b> <i>adv</i> integremente
   
<b>admonishment</b> <i>n</i> • admonition
+
<b>altruism</b> <i>n</i> altruismo
   
<b>admonishment</b> <i>n</i> • admonestation
+
<b>altruist</b> <i>n</i> altruista
   
<b>admonition</b> (admonishment) <i>n</i> • admonestation
+
<b>altruistic</b> (generous, unselfish) <i>adj</i> altruistic
   
<b>admonition</b> <i>n</i> admonition
+
<b>aluminum</b> (aluminium) (Al) <i>n</i> aluminio, alum<u>i</u>nium
   
<b>admonition</b> <i>n</i> • monition
+
<b>alumna</b> (female alumnus) <i>n</i> alumna
   
<b>admonition</b> <i>n</i> • admonestation
+
<b>alumni</b> <i>n</i> alumnos
   
<b>admonitor</b> (admonisher) <i>n</i> • admonitor
+
<b>alumnus</b> <i>n</i> alumno
   
<b>admonitory</b> <i>adj</i> admonitori
+
<b>alveolar</b> [Anat] <i>adj</i> alveolar, alveolari
   
<b>admonitory, monitory</b> <i>adj</i> • monitori
+
<b>alveolate</b> (honeycombed, pitted) <i>adj</i> alveolate
   
<b>ado</b> (activity) <i>n</i> activitate
+
<b>always</b> (semper) <i>adv</i> sempre, s<u>e</u>mper
   
<b>ado</b> (agitation) <i>n</i> agitation
+
<b>am</b> (I ~) <i>v</i> io es, io esse, io so
   
<b>adobe</b> [H] <i>n</i> • adobe
+
<b>amalgam</b> <i>n</i> am<u>a</u>lgama
   
<b>adobo</b> [H] <i>n</i> adobo
+
<b>amalgamate</b> (1. [Metal]; 2. to combine, consolidate) <i>v</i> amalgamar, amalgamar se
  +
* (merge) [Com/Pol] <i>v</i> fusionar
   
<b>adolescence</b> <i>n</i> • adolescentia
+
<b>amalgamation</b> (1. union, consolidation; 2. [Metal]) <i>n</i> amalgamation
  +
* (merger) [Com/Pol] <i>n</i> fusionamento
   
<b>adolescent</b> <i>adj</i> • adolescente
+
<b>amalgamator</b> <i>n</i> amalgamator
   
<b>adolescent</b> <i>n</i> • adolescente
+
<b>amanuensis</b> (secretary) <i>n</i> secretari
   
<b>Adonian</b> (Adonic) <i>adj</i> • adonie
+
<b>amass</b> <i>v</i> amassar
   
<b>Adonic</b> <i>adj</i> • adonic
+
<b>amasser</b> <i>n</i> amassator
   
<b>Adonic</b> [Pros] <i>n</i> • adonio
+
<b>amassment</b> <i>n</i> amassamento
   
<b>Adonic</b> [Pros] <i>n</i> adonico
+
<b>amateur</b> (dilettante, lover of the arts) <i>n</i> dilettante ¬I
  +
* ~ ¬F <i>n</i> amateur
   
<b>Adonis</b> [Gr. Mythol] <i>n</i> • Adonis
+
<b>amateurish</b> <i>adj</i> dilettantesc
   
<b>Adonis</b> [Gr. Mythol] <i>n</i> • Adonis (-dò-)
+
<b>amatory</b> <i>adj</i> amatori
   
<b>adopt, give birth to, bear</b> (a child, a litter, etc) <i>v</i> • filiar
+
<b>amaze</b> <i>v</i> stupefacer
   
<b>adopt</b> <i>v</i> • filiar
+
<b>amazed</b> (be -, be stunned) <i>v</i> stuper
  +
* (stunned) <i>adj</i> st<u>u</u>pide
  +
* <i>adj</i> stupefacte
   
<b>adopt</b> <i>v</i> • adoptar
+
<b>amazement</b> <i>n</i> stupefaction
   
<b>adoptability</b> <i>n</i> adoptabilitate
+
<b>amazing</b> (stupendous) <i>adj</i> stupende, surprendente
   
<b>adoptable</b> <i>adj</i> • adoptabile
+
<b>Amazon</b> (1. [Gr. Mythol]; 2. [Geog]) <i>n</i> Amazon
   
<b>adopted child</b> <i>n</i> • infante adoptate
+
<b>Amazonian</b> (1. pertaining to the Amazons; 2. pertaining to the Amazon river) <i>adj</i> amazonie
   
<b>adopter</b> <i>n</i> adoptator
+
<b>ambassador</b> <i>n</i> ambassador, ambassator
   
<b>adoption</b> <i>n</i> • adoption
+
<b>amber</b> <i>adj</i> jalne
  +
* <i>n</i> ambra
   
<b>adoption</b> <i>n</i> • filiation
+
<b>ambergris</b> <i>n</i> ambergris
  +
* <i>n</i> ambra
   
<b>adoptive</b> <i>adj</i> • adoptive
+
<b>ambiance</b> (environment) <i>n</i> ambiente
   
<b>adoptive parent</b> <i>n</i> • genitor adoptive
+
<b>ambidextrous</b> <i>adj</i> ambidextere, ambidextre
   
<b>adorability</b> <i>n</i> • adorabilitate
+
<b>ambient</b> (surrounding ambiente) <i>adj</i> ambiente
  +
* <i>n</i> ambiente
   
<b>adorable</b> <i>adj</i> adorabile
+
<b>ambiguity</b> (1. double or dubious meaning; 2. ambiguous expression, equivocal expression) <i>n</i> ambiguitate, equ<u>i</u>voco
   
<b>adoration</b> <i>n</i> adoration
+
<b>ambiguous</b> (unclear) <i>adj</i> ambigue, equ<u>i</u>voc
   
<b>adoration</b> (worship) <i>n</i> • adoration
+
<b>ambit</b> (circuit, circuitous route) <i>n</i> <u>a</u>mbito
   
<b>adore</b> <i>v</i> • adorar
+
<b>ambition</b> (aspiration) <i>n</i> ambition
  +
* (unscrupulous) <i>n</i> arrivismo
   
<b>adore</b> (worship) <i>v</i> • adorar
+
<b>ambitious</b> <i>adj</i> ambitiose
   
<b>adorer</b> [Fem] <i>n</i> • adoratrice
+
<b>ambivalence</b> (conflicting feelings) <i>n</i> ambivalentia
   
<b>adorer</b> [Masc] <i>n</i> • adorator
+
<b>ambivert</b> [Psychol] <i>n</i> ambivertito
   
<b>adorn</b> <i>v</i> • adornar
+
<b>amble</b> <i>n</i> amblo
  +
* <i>v</i> ir al amblo
   
<b>adorn</b> <i>v</i> • parar
+
<b>ambly</b>- (dull) [occurring in compounds] <i>adj</i> ambly-
   
<b>adorn</b> <i>v</i> • ornar
+
<b>amblyopia</b> [Med] <i>n</i> amblyop<u>i</u>a
   
<b>adorn with gems, gem</b> <i>v</i> • gemmar
+
<b>amblyopic</b> <i>adj</i> amblyopic
   
<b>adorn with gems</b> (ingem) <i>v</i> • ingemmar
+
<b>ambrosia</b> (1. food intended or fit for the gods; 2. [Bot] wormseed) <i>n</i> ambrosia
   
<b>adorner</b> <i>n</i> adornator
+
<b>ambrosial</b> <i>adj</i> ambrosial, ambrosie
   
<b>adornment</b> (action of adorning) <i>n</i> • adornamento
+
<b>Ambrosian</b> <i>adj</i> ambrosian
   
<b>adornment, ornament</b> <i>n</i> • ornamento
+
<b>ambulance</b> (1. field hospital; 2. hospital ambulance) <i>n</i> ambulantia
   
<b>adrenal</b> [Anat] <i>adj</i> • adrenal
+
<b>ambulant</b> <i>adj</i> ambulante
   
<b>adrenal, suprarenal</b> [Anat] <i>adj</i> • suprarenal
+
<b>ambulate</b> <i>v</i> deambular
   
<b>adrenalin</b> <i>n</i> • adrenalina
+
<b>ambulatory</b> (walking-able) <i>adj</i> ambulatori
   
<b>Adria</b> [Geog] (city of) <i>n</i> • Adria
+
<b>ambush</b> (place in ambush) <i>v</i> imboscar
  +
* (snare) <i>n</i> insidia
  +
* (waylay) <i>v</i> insidiar
  +
* <i>n</i> imboscada
   
<b>Adrian</b> <i>n</i> Adriano
+
<b>ameliorate</b> (improve) <i>v</i> ameliorar, bonificar
   
<b>Adrianople</b> <i>n</i> Adrianopolis (-òpolis)
+
<b>amelioration</b> (improvement) <i>n</i> melioration, bonification
   
<b>Adrianople</b> <i>n</i> • Adrianopolis
+
<b>ameliorator</b> (improver) <i>n</i> meliorator
   
<b>Adriatic</b> (- Sea) <i>n</i> • Mar Adriatic
+
<b>amen</b> [Heb] (so be it!) <i>interj</i> <u>a</u>men
   
<b>Adriatic</b> [Geog] <i>n</i> Adriatico
+
<b>amenable</b> (responsive, submissive) <i>adj</i> docile, tractabile
  +
* ~ <b>to</b> <i>adj</i> accessibile a
   
<b>Adriatic</b> <i>n</i> • Adriatico
+
<b>amend</b> (1. to improve, correct, emend; 2. to amend a law, bill, etc.) <i>v</i> emendar
   
<b>Adriatic</b> (pertaining to the Adriatic) <i>adj</i> • adriatic
+
<b>amendment</b> (1. improvement, correction; 2. amendment of a law, bill, etc.) <i>n</i> emendamento
   
<b>Adriatic</b> (pertaining to the city of Adria) <i>adj</i> • adriatic
+
<b>amends</b> (make ~) <i>v</i> reparar
  +
* <i>n</i> reparation
   
<b>adrift</b> <i>adj</i> • flottante al deriva
+
<b>amenity</b> <i>n</i> amenitate
   
<b>adroit</b> (adept) <i>adj</i> adepte
+
<b>amerce</b> <i>v</i> punir con multa
   
<b>adroit</b> (expert) <i>adj</i> experte
+
<b>amercement</b> <i>n</i> punition con multa
   
<b>adroit</b> (handy) <i>adj</i> dextere
+
<b>America</b> (USA) <i>n</i> America, Statos Unite, USA
  +
* <i>n</i> America
   
<b>adroit</b> (skillful) <i>adj</i> habile
+
<b>American</b> (- citizen) <i>n</i> citatano american, statounitese, americano
  +
* (1. an inhabitant of North or South America; 2 . an inhabitant of the United States) <i>n</i> americano
  +
* (1. belonging to North or South America; 2. belonging to the United States) <i>adj</i> american
  +
* <i>n</i> americano
  +
* ~ <b>Samoa</b> [Geog] <i>n</i> Samoa American
   
<b>adulate</b> (praise highly) <i>v</i> • adular
+
<b>Americanism</b> (1. American custom or characteristic; 2. word or phrase peculiar to American English) <i>n</i> americanismo
   
<b>adulate</b> <i>v</i> • adular
+
<b>Americanize</b> <i>v</i> americanisar
   
<b>adulation</b> <i>n</i> adulation
+
<b>americium</b> <i>n</i> americio, americium
   
<b>adulator</b> <i>n</i> • adulator
+
<b>amethyst</b> <i>n</i> amethysto
   
<b>adulatory</b> <i>adj</i> • adulatori
+
<b>amiability</b> <i>n</i> amabilitate
   
<b>adult</b> <i>adj</i> • adulte
+
<b>amiable</b> (agreeable, friendly, lovable) <i>adj</i> amabile
   
<b>adult, grown-up</b> <i>adj</i> • adulte
+
<b>amicability</b> (friendliness) <i>n</i> amicabilitate
   
<b>adult</b> <i>n</i> • adulto
+
<b>amicable</b> (friendly) <i>adj</i> amicabile
   
<b>adulterate</b> <i>v</i> adulterar
+
<b>amid</b> (-st) <i>prep</i> in medio de, inter
   
<b>adulterate</b> <i>v</i> • alterar
+
<b>amide</b> [Chem] <i>n</i> <u>a</u>mido
   
<b>adulteration</b> (action of adulterating) <i>n</i> • adulteration
+
<b>amidogen</b> [Chem] <i>n</i> amid<u>o</u>geno
   
<b>adulteration</b> (action of adulterating) <i>n</i> alteration
+
<b>amidst</b> <i>prep</i> in medio de, inter
   
<b>adulteration</b> <i>n</i> • adulteration
+
<b>amine</b> [Chem] <i>n</i> amino
   
<b>adulterator</b> <i>n</i> • adulterator
+
<b>amino acid</b> [Chem] <i>n</i> amino-<u>a</u>cido
   
<b>adulterer</b> [Masc] <i>n</i> • adultero
+
<b>aminophenol</b> [Chem] <i>n</i> aminophenol
   
<b>adulterer</b> <i>n</i> adultero
+
<b>amiss</b> (come ~) <i>v</i> facer mal
  +
* (take ~) <i>v</i> prender in mal parte
  +
* <i>adv</i> mal
   
<b>adulterer</b> <i>n</i> • adulterator
+
<b>ammeter</b> (amperometer) <i>n</i> amper<u>o</u>metro
   
<b>adulterer</b> <i>n</i> • adultero (-ùltero)
+
<b>Ammon</b> (1. [Egypt. Relig]; 2. [Gr/Rom. Relig]) <i>n</i> Ammon
   
<b>adulteress</b> [Fem] <i>n</i> • adultera
+
<b>ammonal</b> [Technol] <i>n</i> ammonal
   
<b>adulteress</b> <i>n</i> • adultera
+
<b>ammonia</b> ([Chem] NH3) <i>n</i> ammoniaco
  +
* (gas) <i>n</i> ammoniaco
  +
* (solution in water) <i>n</i> aqua ammoniac
   
<b>adulteress</b> <i>n</i> • adultera (-ùltera)
+
<b>ammoniac</b> (gum ammoniac) <i>n</i> ammoniaco
  +
* <i>adj</i> ammoniac
   
<b>adulterine</b> <i>adj</i> • adulterin
+
<b>ammoniacal</b> (ammonic) <i>adj</i> ammonic
  +
* <i>adj</i> ammoniacal
   
<b>adulterous</b> <i>adj</i> • adulterose
+
<b>ammonic</b> (ammoniacal) <i>adj</i> ammonic
   
<b>adultery</b> <i>n</i> • adulterio
+
<b>ammonification</b> (1. impregnation with ammonia; 2. decomposition with production of ammonia) <i>n</i> ammonification
   
<b>adumbrate, overshadow</b> <i>v</i> • adumbrar
+
<b>ammonify</b> <i>v</i> ammonificar
   
<b>adumbration, overshadowing</b> <i>n</i> • adumbration
+
<b>ammonite</b> [Paleontol] <i>n</i> ammonite
   
<b>adust, burnt, scorched</b> <i>adj</i> • aduste
+
<b>ammonium</b> <i>n</i> amm<u>o</u>nium
   
<b>advance</b> (as in to advance a proposition) <i>v</i> • avantiar
+
<b>ammunition</b> <i>n</i> munition
   
<b>advance</b> (forward motion) <i>n</i> • avantiamento
+
<b>amnesia</b> (loss of memory) <i>n</i> amnes<u>i</u>a
   
<b>advance</b> (go ahead) <i>v</i> • avantiar
+
<b>amnestic</b> <i>adj</i> amnestic
   
<b>advance</b> (money) <i>v</i> • anticipar
+
<b>amnesty</b> (give or proclaim amnesty to) <i>v</i> amnestiar
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* (pardon) <i>n</i> amnest<u>i</u>a
   
<b>advance</b> <i>n</i> • avantia
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<b>amoeba</b> [Zool] <i>n</i> ameba
   
<b>advance</b> <i>n</i> • avantiamento
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<b>amoebic</b> <i>adj</i> amebic
   
<b>advance</b> (payment beforehand) <i>n</i> • avantia
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<b>amoebiform</b> <i>adj</i> amebiforme
   
<b>advance</b> (progress) <i>n</i> • progresso
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<b>amoeboid</b> <i>adj</i> ameboide
   
<b>advance</b> (progress) <i>v</i> • progreder
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<b>amok</b> <i>n</i> <u>a</u>mok
   
<b>advance</b> (to move forward) <i>v</i> • avantiar
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<b>among</b> (-st) <i>prep</i> <u>i</u>nter
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* <i>adv</i> a presso de