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I (io) pron jo

  • (io) pron pers ego
  • (io) pron pers yo:
  • (io) pron pers yo: yo]
  • (letter ~) n littera i
  • ~ pron ego
  • ~ pron io
  • ~ pron pers io
  • ~ pron yo

iamb [Pros] n iambo

iambic (verse composed of iambic feet) n iambico

  • [Pros] adj iambic

iatro- (physician) occurring in compounds] n iatro-

Iberia n Iberia

Iberian n ibero

  • ~ , Iberic adj iber

Iberic, Iberian adj iberic

ibidem adv ibidem

  • adv ibidem (-bì-)

Icarian adj icarie

Icarus [Gr. Mythol] n Icaro

  • [Gr. Mythol] n Icaro (ì-)

ice (cake) v glaciar

  • (food) n gelato
  • (frozen water) n glacie
  • (ice cream, sherbet) n gelato
  • n glacie
  • v gelar
  • ~ , glaciate, freeze v glaciar

ice-age n Etate Glacial

ice-ax (-axe) n hacha pro glacie

iceberg n iceberg

  • n iceberg A]

iceberg-lettuce n lettuca

  • ~ -lettuce n lettuca (iceberg)

iceblink n claritate in le horizonte producite in le glacie per le lumine del sol

iceboat n barca pro glacie

icebound adj ligate per le glacie

ice-box n cassa pro glacie

  • ~ , icehouse n glaciera

ice-breaker n fracturator de glacie

  • n rumpeglacie

ice-bucket n situla de glacie

ice-cream n gelato

ice-cream-cone n cono de gelato

  • ~ -cream-cone n cornetto

ice-cube n cubetto de glacie

ice-hockey n hockey super glacie

icehouse, icebox n glaciera

Ice-land [Geog] n Island

  • n Islanda

icelander n islandese

Icelandic (language) adj islandese

  • adj islandese
  • adj islandic
  • adj islandic
  • ~ islandese adj islandese
  • n islandese

ice-rink n pista de patinage

ichthy-, ichthyo- (fish) occurring in derivatives and compounds] n ichthy-

ichthyic [Zool] adj ichthyic

ichthyocol, fish-glue n ichthyocolla

ichthyol [Pharm] n ichthyol

ichthyolite [Paleontol] n ichthyolitho

  • [Paleontol] n ichthyolitho (ò)

ichthyological adj ichthyologic

ichthyologist n ichthyologista

  • n ichthyologo
  • n ichthyologo (-òlogo)

ichthyology n ichthyologia

  • n ichthyologia (-ìa)

ichthyophagist n ichthyophago

  • n ichthyophago (-òfago)

ichthyophagous, fish-eating adj ichthyophage

  • ~ , fish-eating adj ichthyophage (-òfage)

ichthyophagy n ichthyophagia

  • n ichthyophagia (-ìa)

ichthyosaur, ichthyosaurus [Paleontol] n ichthyosauro

icicle n stalactite de glacie

icing n glacie de sucro

icon n icone

iconic adj iconic

iconoclast n iconoclasta

iconoclastic adj iconoclastic

iconographer n iconographo

  • n iconographo (-nò-)

iconographic adj iconographic

iconography n iconographia

  • n iconographia (-ìa)

iconolater n iconolatra

  • n iconolatra (-nò-)

iconologist n iconologo

  • n iconologo (-nò-)

iconology n iconologia

  • n iconologia (-ìa)

iconostasis n iconostase

  • n iconostase (-nò-)

icy adj gelate

  • adj glacial

idea (thought, concept) n idea

  • n idea
  • n idea (-éa)

ideal (perfect model) n ideal

  • (preferred) adj ideal
  • adj ideal
  • n ideal

idealism n idealismo

idealist n idealista

  • ~ , idealistic adj idealista

idealistic adj idealista

  • ~ , idealist adj idealista

ideality n idealitate

idealization n idealisation

idealize v idealisar

idealizer n idealisator

ideally adv idealmente

ideate, conceive v idear

ideation n ideation

idem pron idem

  • ~ pron idem (ì-)

identical adj identic

identically adv identicamente

identical-twins n geminos monozygotic

identifiable adj identificabile

identification (submission of credentials) n legitimation

  • n identification

identify (1. to make identical, to treat as identical; 2. to establish the identity of) v identificar

  • v identificar

identity n identitate

identity-card n carta de identitate

ideogram n ideogramma

ideographic adj ideographic

ideography n ideographia

  • n ideographia (-ìa)

ideologic, ideological adj ideologic

ideological, ideologic adj ideologic

ideologist n ideologo

  • n ideologo (-òlogo)

ideology (1. science of ideas; 2. as in Fascist ideology) n ideologia (-ìa)

  • (1. science of ideas; 2. as in Fascist ideology) n ideologia
  • n ideologia

idio- (own, peculiar) occurring in compounds] adj idi-

idiocy n idiotia

  • n idiotia (-ìa)
  • n idiotismo

idiom (language peculiar to a people, region) n idioma

  • (language peculiar to a people, region) n idioma -ma/-mat-]
  • n idioma
  • ~ Neutral [Interling] n idiom neutral
  • ~ Neutral [Interling] n idiom neutral N]
  • ~ , idiomatic expression n idiotismo

idiomatic adj idiomatic

  • ~ expression, idiom n idiotismo

idiosyncrasy n idiosyncrasia

  • n idiosyncrasia (-ìa)

idiosyncratic adj idiosyncrasic

idiot n idiota

idiotic adj idiotic

Idist [Interling] n idista

idle (lazy) adj pigre

  • (not working) adj disoccupate
  • (shiftless) adj otiose
  • (useless) adj inutile
  • (useless) adj van
  • v otiar
  • ~ , otiose (1. not occupied; 2. useless futile) adj otiose
  • ~ , unoccupied adj disoccupate

idleness (lack of work) n disoccupation

  • (laziness) n otiositate
  • (laziness) n pigritia
  • (state of being idle or unoccupied) n otiositate
  • n disoccupation

idler n pigro

idly (aimlessly) adv sin proposito

  • adv disoccupatemente
  • adv otiosemente
  • adv pigremente

Ido [Interling] n ido

  • [Interling] n ido Ido]
  • n IAL]

idol n idolo

  • n idolo (ì-)

idolater n idolatra

  • n idolatra (-dò-)

idolatrous, idolatric adj idolatric

idolatry n idolatria

  • n idolatria (-ìa)

idolize (make an idol of) v idolatrar

  • (make an idol of) v idolisar
  • v idolisar

idyll n idyllio

idyllic adj idyllic

if anything conj si solmente

  • ~ conj si

if-not conj si non

if-then phr si - alora

igneous (1. fiery; 2. Geol]) adj ignee

ignite v accender (se), inflammar (se)

  • v accender, inflammar
  • v ignir
  • v inflammar (se), accender (se)
  • v inflammar, accender

ignition n ignition

  • ~ , combustion (state of) n ignition

ignivomous, vomiting fire adj ignivome

  • ~ , vomiting fire adj ignivome (-ì-)

ignoble (1. of low birth or position; 2. mean, base) adj ignobile

ignoblenes n ignobilitate

ignominious adj ignominiose

ignominy n ignominia

ignorable adj ignorabile

ignoramus n ignorante

ignorance (lack of knowledge, information) n inscientia

  • n ignorantia
  • ~ , stupidity, foolishness n nescietate

ignorant (knowing nothing) adj ignorante

  • adj ignorante
  • ~ , stupid adj nescie

ignorantism n ignorantismo

ignore v finger non vider

  • v ignorar
  • v non prestar attention a

iliumine, illuminate (1. to light up; 2. to adorn with decorative letters and miniatures; 3. to enlighten) v illuminar

ill adj mal

  • adj malade
  • adj male
  • n mal
  • n malo
  • ~ tempered adj de mal humor
  • ~ , sick adj malade

ill-behaved adj mal comportate

ill-bred adj mal educate

illegal adj illegal

  • ~ confinement or restraint n sequestration

illegality n illegalitate

illegally adv illegalmente

illegibility n illegibilitate

illegible adj illegibile

illegitimacy n illegitimitate

illegitimate adj illegitime

  • adj illegitime (-gì-)

illiberal (1. not liberal, narrow-minded; 2. not generous, stingy) adj illiberal

illiberality n illiberalitate

illicit adj illicite

  • adj illicite (-lì-)

illimitable adj illimitabile

illiteracy n analphabetismo

illiterate (1. unlettered; 2. unable to read or write) adj iliterate, illitterate

  • (1. unlettered; 2. unable to read or write) adj illitterate, iliterate
  • adj analphabete
  • adj analphabetic
  • adj illitterate
  • n analphabeto

illness adv mal

  • n maladia
  • ~ , discase n morbo
  • ~ , sickness n maladia(-ìa)

illogical adj illogic

illogically adv illogicamente

ill-sounding adj malsonante

ill-treat v maltractar

ill-treatment n maltracto

illuminable adj illuminabile

illuminate v illuminar

  • ~ , enlightened adj illuminate
  • ~ , enlightened adj illuminate (pp of illuminar)
  • ~ , iliumine (1. to light up; 2. to adorn with decorative letters and miniatures; 3. to enlighten) v illuminar
  • ~ , illustrate (with scenes from history or legend) v historiar

illuminating, illuminant adj illuminante

  • ~ , illuminative adj illuminative

illumination (1. action of illuminating or lighting up; 2 . illumination of a manuscript; 3. enlightenment) n illumination

  • n illumination

illuminato (one of the illuminati) n illuminato

illuminator n illuminator

illuminism n illuminismo

illuminist n illuminista

illusion n illusion

  • ~ , conjuring trick n prestigio

illusionism n illusionismo

illusionist (1. adherent of illusionism; 2. prestidigitator, conjurer) n illusionista

illusive, illusory adj illusori

illusory, illusive adj illusori

  • ~ , prestigious adj prestigiose

illustrate (1. to elucidate; 2. to provide with illustrations) v illustrar

  • v illustrar
  • ~ , illuminate (with scenes from history or legend) v historiar
  • ~ , make illustrious v illustrar

illustration (1. elucidation; 2. drawing, or picture used to illustrate) n illustration

  • (state of being illustrious) n illustration
  • n illustration

illustrative adj illustrative

illustrator n illustrator

illustrious adj illustre

  • ~ , distinguished adj insigne

ill-will n malevolentia

Illyria n Illyria

Illyrian n illyrio

  • ~ , Illyric adj illyrie

Illyric, Illyrian adj illyric

image n imagine

imagery n lingua figurate

  • n metaphoras

imaginable adj imaginabile

imaginary adj imaginari

imagination (1. act of imagining or picturing in the mind; 2. power ol imagination) n imagination

  • n imagination

imaginative adj imaginative

imagine (picture) v imaginar

  • (suppose) v supponer
  • v imaginar
  • ~ , suppose, think v putar

imbalance n disequilibrio

imbecile adj imbecille

  • ~ adj/n imbecille
  • n imbecille

imbecility n imbecillitate

imbibe, absorb v imbiber

imbroglio (intricate and complicated situation) n imbroglio

  • (intricate and complicated situation) n imbroglio I]

imbue v imbuer

  • ~ , inspire v imbiber

imburse, take in v imbursar

imitable adj imitabile

imitate v imitar

imitation (as in imitation lace) adj imitate

  • (as in imitation lace) adj imitate (pp of imitar)
  • adj artificial
  • adj de imitation
  • ~ gold, similor n similauro
  • n imitation

imitative adj imitative

  • ~ , mimetic, mimic adj mimetic

imitator n imitator

  • ~ , mimic n mimologo
  • ~ , mimic n mimologo (-mò-)

immaculate adj immaculate

immanence n immanentia

immanent adj immanente

immaterial (not material) adj immaterial

  • adj immaterial

immateriality n immaterialitate

immature adj immatur

immeasurability, immensurability n immensurabilitate

  • ~ , immensurability n immesurabilitate

immeasurable, immensurable adj immensurabile

  • ~ , immensurable adj immesurabile

immediate adj immediate

immediately adv immediatemente

  • ~ after, just after, forthwith adv subinde
  • ~ conj al instante quando

immedicable adj immedicabile

immemorial adj immemorabile

  • adj immemorial

immense adj immense

immensely adv enormemente

  • adv immensemente
  • adv multissimo

immensity n immensitate

immensurability, immeasurability n immensurabilitate

  • ~ , immeasurability n immesurabilitate

immensurable, immeasurable adj immensurabile

  • ~ , immeasurable adj immesurabile

immerge, immerse (dip, plunge) v immerger

  • ~ , immerse (dip, plunge) v immerger -merg-/-mers-]

immerse v immerger

  • ~ , immerge (dip, plunge) v immerger
  • ~ , immerge (dip, plunge) v immerger -merg-/-mers-]

immersion (1. dipping, plunging; 2. Astron]) n immersion

  • n immersion

immigrant adj/n immigrante

  • n immigrante
  • n immigrato

immigrate v immigrar

immigration (act of immigrating) n immigration

  • n immigration

imminence n imminentia

imminent adj imminente

  • adj inminente

immix, commingle, mix up v immiscer

  • ~ , commingle, mix up v immiscer -mise-/-mixt-]

immixture n immixtion

immobile adj immobile

  • ~ , immovable (1. incapable of movement; 2. not moving, motionless) adj immobile

immobility n immobilitate

immobilization n immobilisation

immobilize v immobilisar

immoderate adj immoderate

immoderateness n immoderatessa

immoderation n immoderation

immodest (1. presumptuous, forward; 2. indecent, improper) adj immodeste

  • ~ , improper adj dishoneste
  • ~ , lewd adj impudic

immodesty (1. presumptuousness, forwardness; 2. indelicacy, unchastity) n immodestia

immolate v immolar

immolation n immolation

immolator n immolator

immoral adj immoral

immoralism n immoralismo

immoralist n immoralista

immorality n immoralitate

immorally adv immoralmente

immortal adj immortal

immortality n immortalitate

immortalize v immortalisar

immortification n immortification

immovable adj fixe, immobile

  • adj immobile, fixe
  • ~ , immobile (1. incapable of movement; 2. not moving, motionless) adj immobile

immune adj immun

immunity (1. exemption; 2. resistance to disease, poison) n immunitate

immunization n immunisation

immunize v immunisar

immutability n immutabilitate

immutable adj immutabile

imp n diaboletto

impact n choc

  • n Fig]
  • n impacto

impaction n impaction

impair (cause to deteriorate) v deteriorar

  • v debilitar
  • v deteriorar

impale (pierce with a pointed stake) v impalar

impalement n impalamento

impalpability n impalpabilitate

impalpable adj impalpabile

impanation [Eccl] n impanation

impane [Eccl] v impanar

imparisyllabic adj imparisyllabe

  • adj imparisyllabe (-sì-)
  • n imparisyllabo
  • n imparisyllabo (-sì-)

imparity, inequality n imparitate

impart v communicar

  • v impartir
  • ~ , bestow v impartir
  • ~ , communicate (direction, motion) v imprimer
  • ~ , communicate (direction, motion) v imprimer -prim-/-press-]

imparter n impartitor

impartial adj impartial

impartiality n impartialitate

impartially adv impartialmente

impassable adj impassibile

  • ~ , impervious adj impervie

impasse (1. dead end; 2. deadlock) n impasse

  • (1. dead end; 2. deadlock) n impasse F]

impassibility, impassivity n impassibilitate

impassible, impassive adj impassibile

impassion v passionar

impassioned, passionate adj passional

impassive adj impassibile

impaste [Art] v impastar

impasto [Art] n impastamento

impatience n impatientia

impatient adj impatiente

impeach (accuse) v accusar

  • (censure) v censurar
  • (charge) v incriminar

impeachment (accusation) n accusation

  • (charge) n incrimination

impeccabile (1. not liable to sin; 2. faultless) adj impeccabile

impeccability n impeccabilitate

impeccable adj impeccabile

impecunious adj impecuniose

impede v impedir

  • ~ , hinder v impedir

impediment n impedimento

  • n obstaculo
  • ~ , hindrance n impedimento

impeding (act of) n impedimento

  • ~ , impeditive adj impeditive

impeditive, impeding adj impeditive

impel v impeller

  • v impeller -pell-/-puls-]
  • v pulsar

impellent adj impellente

  • adj impellente (ppr of impeller)

impeller n impulsor

impending adj imminente

impenetrability n impenetrabilitate

impenetrable adj impenetrabile

impenitence n impenitentia

impenitent, unrepentant adj impenitente

imperative (1. implying or expressing a command) adj imperative

  • (1. Philos]; 2. Gram]) n imperativo
  • adj imperative
  • adj urgente
  • n imperativo

imperceptibility n imperceptibilitate

imperceptible adj imperceptibile

imperfect (1. not perfect; 2. Gram]) adj imperfecte

  • [Gram] n imperfecto
  • adj imperfecte
  • adj incomplete
  • n imperfecto

imperfectibility n imperfectibilitate

imperfectible adj imperfectibile

imperfection n imperfection

imperforable (that cannot be perforated) adj imperforabile

imperforate, imperforated adj imperforate

imperforation n imperforation

imperial (1. pertaining to an empire or an emperor; 2 . of special excellence) = adj imperial

  • adj imperial

imperialism n imperialismo

imperialist n imperialista

imperil v impericular

imperious (1. domineering; 2. imperative) adj imperiose

imperishable adj imperibile

impermeability n impermeabilitate

impermeable adj impermeabile

impermutability n impermutabilitate

impermutable adj impermutabile

impersonal adj impersonal

impersonally adv impersonalmente

impersonate v personificar

impertinence (1. irrelevance; 2. impudence) n impertinentia

impertinent (1. irrelevant; 2. impudent) adj impertinente

  • adj impertinente

imperturbability n imperturbabilitate

imperturbable adj imperturbabile

impervious, impassable adj impervie

impetrate (obtain by request or entreaty) v impetrar

impetration n impetration

impetrative adj impetrative

impetuosity n impetuositate

  • ~ , ardor n fuga

impetuous adj impetuose

  • ~ , vehement adj vehemente

impetus (of a moving body) n impeto

  • (of a moving body) n impeto (ìm-)
  • n impeto

impiety n impietate

impious adj impie

implacability n implacabilitate

implacable adj implacabile

implant n implantation

  • v implantar

implantation n implantation

implement n utensile

  • v actuar
  • v executar

impletion n impletion

implicate (involve) v implicar

  • v implicar

implication (condition of being implicated) n implication

implicative adj implicative

implicit adj implicite

  • adj implicite (-lì-)

implode v imploder

imploration, entreaty n imploration

implore v implorar

  • ~ , beseech v implorar

implorer n implorator

impluvium [Rom. Antiq] n impluvio

imply (involve) v implicar

  • (suggest) v suggerer

impolite adj impolite

  • ~ , rude adj impolite

impoliteness n impolitessa

impolitic adj impolitic

imponderability n imponderabilitate

imponderable imponderabile adj imponderabile

import n importation

  • v importar

importable adj importabile

importance n importantia

important adj importante

  • adj importante (ppr of importar)

importation, import n importation

importer n importator

importune v importunar

  • ~ , importunate adj importun

importunity n importunitate

impose (practice tricks or deception) v imponer

  • (practice tricks or deception) v imponer -pon-/-posit-/-post-]
  • v imponer

imposed adj imponite

  • adj imposte

impose-on v abusar de

imposing adj imponente

  • adj impressionante
  • ~ , grand adj grandiose
  • ~ , impressive adj imponente (pres part of imponer)

imposition (1. as in imposition of a law, tax, fine; 2. tax, fine imposed or levied) n imposition

impossibility n impossibilitate

impossible adj impossibile

impost [Arch] n imposta

  • ~ , tax, duty n imposto

impostor n impostor

  • ~ , swindler, cheat n impostor

imposture n impostura

impotence n impotentia

impotent adj impotente

impound (sequester) v sequestrar

  • v confiscar

impoverish v depauperar

  • v impovrir

impoverishment n depauperation

  • n impovrimento

impracticability n impracticabilitate

impracticable adj impracticabile

  • ~ , inexecutable adj inexcutabile

imprecate v imprecar

imprecation n imprecation

imprecator n imprecator

imprecatory adj imprecatori

impregnability n imprendibilitate

impregnable adj imprendibile

  • ~ , unassailable adj inexpugnabile

impregnate (1. to fecundate, make pregnant; 2. to permeate, imbue) v impregnar

  • v imbiber
  • v impregnar
  • ~ , make pregnant v pregnar

impregnation (1. fecundation; 2. action of permeating or imbuing) n impregnation

impresario n impresario

  • n impresario I]
  • v impresario

imprescriptibility n imprescriptibilitate

imprescriptible (not subject to prescription) adj imprescriptibile

impress (1. to make marks on by pressing or stamping; 2. to affect, move) v impressionar

  • v impressionar
  • ~ , imprint v imprimer
  • ~ , imprint v imprimer -prim-/-press-]

impressed, affected (deeply) adj penetrate

  • ~ , affected (deeply) adj penetrate (pp of penetrar)

impressing, imprinting, stamping n stampage

  • ~ , imprinting, stamping n stampage (-aje)

impression (1. impression produced in a substance; 2. impression made on a person; 3. Print]) n impression

  • n impression

impressionability n affectibilitate

  • n impressionabilitate

impressionable adj affectabile

  • adj affectibile
  • adj impressionabile

impressionism n impressionismo

impressionist n impressionista

impressive adj impressive

  • ~ , fascinating adj prestigiose
  • ~ , imposing adj imponente (pres part of imponer)

imprimatur n imprimatur

imprint n impression

  • v imprimer
  • ~ , impress v imprimer
  • ~ , impress v imprimer -prim-/-press-]

imprinting, stamping, impressing n stampage

  • ~ , stamping, impressing n stampage (-aje)

imprison (put in prison) v imprisionar

  • v imprisionar

imprisonment n imprisionamento

  • ~ , confinement, detention n detenimento
  • ~ , confinement, detention n detention

improbability n improbabilitate

  • ~ , lack of verisimilitude n inverosimilantia

improbable adj improbabile

  • ~ , unlikely adj inverisimile
  • ~ , unlikely adj inverosimilante

improbity, dishonesty n improbitate

impromptu adj improvisate

  • adv sin preparation
  • n impromptu
  • n impromptu F]
  • n improvisation

improper (1. incorrect, wrong; 2. unsuitable; 3. unseemly) adj improprie

  • (indecent) adj inconveniente
  • (wrong) adj erronee
  • ~ , immodest adj dishoneste
  • ~ , not decent adj inconveniente

impropriety (improper use of a word, expression) n improprietate

  • (incorrectness of behavior) n inconvenientia
  • ~ , indecency n dishonestate
  • ~ , indecency n dishonestitate

improve (make better) v abonar

  • v meliorar (se
  • ~ , ameliorate v meliorar
  • ~ , refine v affinar

improvement n melioration, perfectionamento

  • n perfectionamento, melioration
  • ~ , amelioration n melioration

improver, ameliorator n meliorator

improvidence n imprevidentia

improvident adj imprevidente

improving, refining (act of) n affinamento

improvisation n improvisation

improvise v improvisar

improviser n improvisator

imprudence n imprudentia

imprudent adj imprudente

impudence n impudentia

impudent adj impudente

impugn v impugnar

impugning (action of) n impugnation

impulse (1. impulsion, act of impelling; 2. as in to act on impulse) n impulso

  • n impulsion
  • n impulso
  • n stimulo

impulsion (1. act of impelling; 2. impulse) n impulsion

impulsive (1. impelling; 2. actuated by impulse) adj impulsive

  • adj impulsive

impulsiveness n impulsivitate

impunity n impunitate

impure adj impur

impureness n impuressa

impurity [Theol] n immunditia

  • n impuritate

imputability n imputabilitate

imputable n imputabile

imputation n imputation

impute v imputar

imputrescibility n imputrescibilitate

imputrescible adj imputrescibile

in (at home) adv a casa

  • (on the inside) adv intro
  • (place) prep a
  • (place) prep in
  • (the - party) adj in fortia
  • (time) prep a
  • (time) prep in
  • ~ a gaseous state, gasiform adj gasiforme
  • ~ addition to adv preter
  • ~ addition to adv preter (pré-)
  • ~ addition to, besides adv extra
  • ~ addition, extra, besides adv extra
  • ~ bad repute adj malfamate
  • ~ despair adj desperate
  • ~ different places, passim, here and there, scattered, at random adv passim
  • ~ different places, passim, here and there, scattered, at random adv passim (pàs-)
  • ~ equilibrium, balanced adj equilibre
  • ~ form of a dialogue, dialogic adj dialogic
  • ~ love, enamored adj inamorate
  • ~ love, enamored adj inamorate (pp of inamorar)
  • ~ no way, not at all adv nullemente
  • ~ one's cups, drunk adj avinate
  • ~ one's presence, openly, publicly adv coram
  • ~ one's presence, openly, publicly adv coram (cò-)
  • ~ order that, to the end that, just as, as, how adv ut
  • ~ other respects, otherwise adv cetero
  • ~ other respects, otherwise adv cetero (cé-)
  • ~ respect to prep erga
  • ~ spite of (malgrado) prep malgre
  • ~ spite of (malgrado) prep malgre (-gré)
  • ~ spite of adv malgrado
  • ~ spite of, despite prep nonobstante
  • ~ step (walking ~) adv ambular al passo
  • ~ step (walking ~) adv promenar al passo
  • ~ succession, successively adv successivemente
  • ~ suspense, in suspension adj suspense
  • ~ that place, there adv illic
  • ~ that very place, in the same place adv ibidem
  • ~ that very place, in the same place adv ibidem (-bì-)
  • ~ the capacity of, as adv qua
  • ~ the first place, first of all, first adv primarimente
  • ~ the manner that, as (como) adv quomodo
  • ~ the manner that, as (como) adv quomodo (quò-)
  • ~ the presence of prep coram
  • ~ the presence of prep coram (cò-)
  • ~ the same place, in that very place adv ibidem
  • ~ the same place, in that very place adv ibidem (-bì-)
  • v ain adv frustra
  • v iew of, considering prep viste
  • ~ what manner, how adv quomodo
  • ~ what manner, how adv quomodo (quò-)
  • ~ what manner, how, as, than adv/conj quam
  • ~ writing, written adj scripte
  • ~ , into prep in
  • ~ , inwardly, internally, on the inside adv intro

inability n incapacitate

inaccessibility n inaccessibilitate

inaccessible adj inaccessibile

inaccuracy n inexactitude

  • ~ , inexactitude n inexactitude

inaccurate adj incorrecte

  • adj inexacte
  • ~ , inexact adj inexacte

inaction n inaction

inactive adj inactive

inactivity n inactivitate

in-addition adj extra

inadeptable adj inadeptabile

inadequate adj inadequate

  • adj insufficiente

inadmissibility n inadmissibilitate

inadmissible adj inadmissibile

inadvertence n inadvertentia

inadvertent adj inadvertente

inadvisable adj imprudente

inalienability n inalienabilitate

inalienable adj inalienabile

  • adj incapabile de esser estraniate

inalterability n inalterabilitate

inane (empty) adj vacue

  • (silly) adj insensate
  • (silly) adj stupide

inanimate adj inanimate

in-another-way adv alias

in-any-case conj de omne latere

inappeasable, unappeasable adj inappaciabile

inappetence, inappetency, lack of appetite n inappetentia

inappetency, lack of appetite, inappetence n inappetentia

inappetent, without desire adj inappetente

inapplicability n inapplicabilitate

inapplicable adj inapplicabile

inapplication, want of assiduity n inapplication

inappreciable adj inappreciabile

inapt adj inapte

  • ~ , inept adj inepte

inaptitude n inaptitude

  • n ineptitude

inarticulate (1. not jointed; 2. indistinctly uttered) adj inarticulate

  • adj inarticulate

in-as-much (- as) conj in tanto que

  • ~ -as-much conj in tanto

inattention n inattention

inattentive adj inattente

inaudible adj inaudibile

inaugural adj inaugural

inaugurate v inaugurar

inauguration n inauguration

inaugurator n inaugurator

inauthentic, unauthentic adj inauthentic

inauthenticity, unauthenticity n inauthenticitate

in-a-way (in a certain sense, almost) adv quasi

inborn adj innate

  • ~ quality, nature (of a person or thing) n physis
  • ~ quality, nature (of a person or thing) n physis (fì-)
  • ~ skill, talent, genius n ingenio
  • ~ , natural, connatural adj connatural

inbred adj innate

  • adj interpropagate

inbreed v interpropagar

inbreeding n interpropagation

  • n reproduction inter familiares

incalculable adj incalculabile

incandesce (cause to become incandescent) v incandescer

incandescence n incandescentia

incandescent adj incandescente

  • adj incandescente (ppr of incandescer)

incantation n incantation

incapability n incapabilitate

incapable adj incapabile

  • adj incapace
  • ~ , incompetent adj insufficiente

incapacity n incapacitate

  • ~ , incompetence n insufficientia

incarcerate v carcerar

  • v incarcerar

incarceration n carceration

  • n incarceration

in-care-of prep a presso de

incarnadine, flesh-pink, rosy adj incarnatin

incarnate (embody) v incarnar

incarnation n incarnation

incautious adj incaute

incendiarism n incendiarismo

incendiary adj incendiari

  • n incendiario

incense (annoy) v irritar

  • ~ boat n navetta
  • n incenso

incentive n incentivo

  • ~ , inciting adj incentive

incept, begin v inceptar

inception n inception

inceptive (1. beginning; 2. Gram]) adj inceptive

incessant adj incessante

  • ~ , ceaseless adj incessante

incest n incesto

incestuous adj incestuose

inch [Meas] n pollice

  • [Meas] n pollice (pòl-)
  • n uncia

inch-by-inch adv pauc a pauc

incidence (as in angle of incidence) n incidentia

incident (as in incident ray) adj incidente

  • n episodio
  • n evenimento
  • n incidente

incidental (fortuitous) adj incidental

  • (fortuitous) adj incidente
  • adj incidental

incidentally adv incidentalmente

incinerate v incinerar

  • ~ , burn v incinerar

incineration n incineration

incinerator n incinerator

incise, cut into v incisar

incision n incision

incisive adj incisive

incisor (tooth) n incisivo

incisory adj incisori

incitability n incitabilitate

incitable adj incitabile

incitation, incitement n incitation

incite to a tumult v tumultuar

  • ~ to revolt v sublevar
  • ~ to sedition, sedition v seditionar
  • v incitar
  • ~ , spur v convitar

incitement n fomento

  • ~ , incitation n incitation
  • ~ , spur n incitamento

inciting, incentive adj incentive

incivility n incivilitate

inclemency n inclementia

inclement adj inclemente

inclination (1. act of bowing or bending; 2. incline, slope; 3. propensity, liking; 4. Gram/Astron]) n inclination

  • n inclination

incline (1. to bend, bow; 2. to make willing; 3. to slope, slant; 4. to be willing) v inclinar, propender

  • n inclination

inclined (sloping, disposed, favorable, tending) adj inclinate, disposite, propense

inclinometer n inclinometro

include (enclose) v includer [-clud-/-clus-], inglobar

  • ~ in the budget (budget) v budgetar (-dj-)

including adj includente

inclusion n inclusion

inclusive adj incluse

  • ~ etc., total, aggregate adj global
  • ~ , inclusively adj inclusive

inclusively, inclusive adj inclusive

incoercible adj incoercibile

incognito adv al incognito

  • n incognito
  • n incognito (-còg-)

incoherence, disconnectedness n incoherentia

incoherent adj incoherente

  • ~ , disconnected adj incoherente

incombustibility n incombustibilitate

incombustible, fireproof adj incombustibile

income (unearned) n renta

  • n receptas

income-tax n imposto sur le receptas

incommensurability n incommensurabilitate

incommensurable adj incommensurabile

incommode, inconvenience v incommodar

incommunicability n incommunicabilitate

incommunicable adj incommunicabile

incommutability n incommutabilitate

incommutable adj incommutabile

incomparability n incomparabilitate

incomparable adj incomparabile

incompatibility n incompatibilitate

incompatible adj incompatibile

incompetence n incompetentia

  • ~ , incapacity n insufficientia

incompetent adj incompetente

  • ~ , incapable adj insufficiente

incomplete adj incomplete

incomprehensibility n incomprehensibilitate

  • n incomprensibilitate

incomprehensible adj incomprehensibile

  • adj incomprensibile

incomprehension n incomprehension

  • n incomprension

incompressibility n incompressibilitate

incompressible adj incompressibile

inconceivability n inconcipibilitate

inconceivable adj inconcipibile

incongruence n incongruentia

incongruent adj incongruente

incongruity, incongruousness n incongruitate

incongruous adj incongrue

incongruousness, incongruity n incongruitate

inconolatry n iconolatria

  • n iconolatria (-ìa)

inconsecutive, inconsequent adj inconsequente

inconsequence (1. want of logical sequence; 2. inconsistency (of reasoning, behavior)) n inconsequentia

  • n inconsequential

inconsequent adj inconsequente

  • ~ , inconsecutive adj inconsequente

inconsequential adj inconsequential

inconsiderate adj sin consideration pro le alteres

inconsistency n inconsistentia

inconsistent (in reasoning, behavior) adj inconsequente

  • (incoherent, incongruous) adj inconsistente
  • adj incompatibile
  • adj inconsistente

inconsolable adj inconsolabile

inconsonant adj inconsonante

inconspicuous adj inconspicue

inconstancy n inconstantia

inconstant adj inconstante

incontaminate, uncontaminated adj incontaminate

incontestability n incontestabilitate

incontestable adj incontestabile

incontinence (1. lack of self-restraint; 2. Med]) n incontinentia

incontinent adj incontinente

incontrovertible adj incontrovertibile

inconvenience n incommoditate

  • n inconveniente
  • v disturbar
  • v incommodar
  • ~ , disadvantage, discomfort n incommoditate
  • ~ , incommode v incommodar

inconvenient adj incommode

  • ~ , unsuitable adj incommode
  • ~ , unsuitable adj incommode (-cò-)

inconvertibility n inconvertibilitate

inconvertible adj inconvertibile

incorporate (incorporate one thing in another) v incorporar

  • v incorporar

incorporation (synthesis, assimilation, embodiment) n incorporation

incorporeal (as in incorporeal being) adj incorporal

  • adj incorporee

incorporeity n incorporalitate

  • n incorporeitate

incorrect (1. improper; 2. wrong, inaccurate) adj incorrecte

  • adj incorrecte

incorrectness n incorrection

incorrigibility, incorrigibleness n incorrigibilitate

incorrigible adj incorrigibile

incorrigibleness, incorrigibility n incorrigibilitate

incorrupt adj incorrupte

incorruptibility n incorruptibilitate

incorruptible adj incorruptibile

incradicable, inextirpable adj inextirpabile

increase (cause to increase) v accrescer

  • (growth in size, amount, or degree) n accrescimento
  • n accrescimento
  • n augmentation
  • n augmento
  • vi augmentar
  • vi crescer
  • vt accrescer
  • vt augmentar
  • ~ , augment v augmentar
  • ~ , augmentation n augmentation
  • ~ , augmentation n augmento

increasing, growing adj crescente

  • ~ , growing adj crescente (ppr of crescer)

increate adj increate

incredibility n incredibilitate

incredible adj incredibile

incredulity n incredulitate

incredulous adj incredule

increment n incremento

incriminate v incriminar

  • ~ , inculpate v inculpar

incrimination n incrimination

  • ~ , inculpation n inculpation

incrustation (1. act of encursting; 2. crust, deposit) n incrustation

incubate v incubar

  • ~ , brood v incubar

incubation (1. act of brooding, incubating; 2. Med]) n incubation

  • n incubation

incubator n incubator

incubus n incubo

  • n incubo (ìn-)

inculcate v inculcar

inculcation n inculcation

inculcator n inculcator

inculpate, incriminate v inculpar

inculpation, incrimination n inculpation

incumbency (that which is imposed as a duty or obligation) n incumbentia

incumbent (imposed as a duty or obligation) adj incumbente

incunabulum [Bibliog] n incunabulo

incur v exponer se a

  • v incurrer
  • v incurrer -curr-/curs-]

incurability n incurabilitate

  • n insanabilitate

incurable adj incurabile

  • adj insanabile

incurious (1. not desirous of seeing or knowing; 2. not deserving or exciting curiosity) adj incuriose

incursion n incursion

indebted adj indebitate

indecency (lack of decency) n indecentia

  • ~ , impropriety n dishonestate
  • ~ , impropriety n dishonestitate

indecent (1. unbecoming, unseemly; 2. offending against propriety or delicacy) adj indecente

  • adj indecente

indecipherable adj indecifrabile

indecision n indecision

indecisive, undecided (1. inconclusive, unsettled; 2. irresolute, hesitating) adj indecise

indeclinable [Gram] adj indeclinabile

indecorous adj indecorose

indeed (after adjective) adv multissime

  • adv in effecto
  • adv vermente
  • ~ interj in effecto!
  • ~ , even, truly, really adv vere
  • ~ , even, truly, really adv vero

indefatigability n infatigabilitate

indefatigable adj infatigabile

indefectibility n indefectibilitate

indefectible adj indefectibile

indefensible adj indefendibile

  • adj indefensibile

indefinable adj indefinibile

indefinite adj indefinite

indefinitely (put off ~) phr lassar indefinitemente

  • ~ phr indefinitemente

indelibility, indelibleness n indelibilitate

indelible adj indelibile

indelibleness, indelibility n indelibilitate

indemnification (act of indemnifying, compensating) n indemnisation

indemnify (compensate for damage, loss, or expenses incurred) v indemnisar

  • ~ , buy out v disinteressar

indemnity (compensation for damage, loss, or expenses incurred) n indemnitate

indent (cut into) v indentar

  • (cut into) v requisitionar
  • ~ , tooth v dentar
  • ~ , tooth v indentar

indentation n indentation

independence n independentia

independent adj independente

  • ~ gentleman, rentier n rentero

indescribable adj indescriptibile

  • adj inenarrabile

indestructibility n indestructibilitate

indestructible adj indestructibile

indeterminable adj indeterminabile

indetermination (1. (quality of being indeterminate; 2. irresoluteness) n indetermination

indeterminism [Philos] n indeterminismo

indeterminist [Philos] n indeterminista

indevotion, lack of devotion n indevotion

indevout, irreverent adj indevote

index (1. indicator; 2. forefinger; 3. as in index of a book) n indice

  • (1. indicator; 2. forefinger; 3. as in index of a book) n indice (ìn-)
  • (enter in index) v mitter in le indice
  • (furnish index) v provider de un indice
  • [R.C.Ch] n indice
  • [R.C.Ch] n indice (ìn-)
  • n indice

index-finger n digito indice

India [Geog] n India

  • n India

Indian (1. of or pertaining to India; 2. pertaining to the American Indians) adj indian

  • (American) n indiano
  • adj indian
  • n indiano
  • ~ , Hindu n indiano

Indiana npr Indiana

Indianapolis n Indianapolis

  • n Indianapolis (-nà-)

indicate v indicar

  • ~ , be indicative of v indicar

indication n indication

  • ~ , denotation n denotation
  • ~ , mark, token n indicio

indicative (1. that indicates; 2. Gram]) adj indicative

  • adj indicative
  • ~ mood, indicative n indicativo
  • n gram
  • ~ , indicative mood n indicativo

indicator (1. one who, that which indicates; 2. Technol] (gauge, meter) n indicator

  • n indicator

indiction (1. Rom. Hist]; 2. Chronol] (cycle of indiction) n indiction

indifference n indifferentia

indifferent adj indifferente

  • adj mediocre

indifferentism n indifferentismo

indifferentist n indifferentista

indigence n indigentia

indigent adj indigente

indigestibility n indigestibilitate

indigestible adj indigeste

  • adj indigestibile

indigestion n indigestion

indignant adj indignate

indignation n indignation

indignity n indignitate

  • ~ , insult n indignitate

indigo (1. the dye indigo; 2. the color indigo; 3. indigo plant) n indigo

  • (1. the dye indigo; 2. the color indigo; 3. indigo plant) n indigo (ìn-)

indigotin [Chem] n indigotina

indirect adj indirecte

indiscernible adj indiscernibile

indiscreet adj indiscrete

indiscretion n indiscretion

indiscriminate (as if blind) adj cec

  • adj sin discrimination

indiscriminately (blindly) adv cecamente

  • adv sin discriminar

indispensability n indispensabilitate

indispensable adj indispensabile

indispose (1. to make unwell; 2. to make unwilling) v indisponer -pon-/-posit-]

  • (1. to make unwell; 2. to make unwilling) v indisponer

indisposed (unwell) adj indisposite

  • (unwell) adj indisposite (-pò-)
  • adj indisposite

indisposition (1. slight ailment; 2. unwillingness, aversion) n indisposition

indisputable adj indisputabile

indissolubility n indissolubilitate

indissoluble adj indissolubile

indistinct adj indistincte

indistinction (want of distinction) n indistinction

indistinguishable adj indistinguibile

individual adj individual

  • adj particular
  • n individuo
  • ~ , fellow, chap n subjecto

individualism n individualismo

individualist n individualista

individuality (individual character) n individualitate

individualization n individualisation

individualize v individualisar

individually adv individualmente

individuate, single out v individuar

individuation (1. action or process of singling out or individuating; 2. individuality, personal identity) n individuation

indivisibility n indivisibilitate

indivisible adj impartibile

  • adj indivisibile
  • ~ , that cannot be cut adj insecabile

indivision n indivision

Indo-China n Indochina

  • ~ -China n Indochina (-sh-)

Indo-Chinese adj indochinese

  • ~ -Chinese adj indochinese (-sh-)

indocile adj indocile

indocility n indocilitate

indoctrinate n catechisar

  • v indoctrinar

indoctrination n indoctrinamento

Indo-European adj indoeuropee

  • ~ -European n indoeuropeo

indolence n indolentia

indolent (1. Pathol] (painless; 2. averse to toil or exertion) adj indolente

  • adj indolente
  • adj pigre

indomitability n indomabilitate

Indonesia [Geog] n Indonesia

  • n Indonesia

indonesian adj indonesian

  • adj indonesian
  • n indonesiano
  • n indonesiano

in-door adj de casa

  • ~ -door adj interior

in-doors adv al interior

  • ~ -doors adv in le casa

indorsement, endorsement [Commer] n indorsamento

indubitable adj indubitabile

induce (1. as in to induce a person to do something; 2. Logic]; 3. Elec]) v inducer -duc-/-duct-]

  • (1. as in to induce a person to do something; 2. Logic]; 3. Elec]) v inducer
  • v inducer

inducer n inductor

inducing, leading adj inductive

induction (1. Logic]; 2. Elec.) n induction

inductive (1. Logic]; 2. Elec/Magnet]) adj inductive

inductor [Elec] n inductor

indulge in fanciful ideas, schemes v chimerisar

  • v esser indulgente con

indulge-in v permitter se le luxo de

indulgence (1. state or quality of being indulgent; 2. R.C.Ch]) n indulgentia

  • [R.C.Ch] v indulgentiar
  • ~ , mercy n venia

indulgent adj indulgente

  • adj indulgente (pp of indulger)

indult [Canon Law] n indulto

indurate adj indurate

  • adj indurate (ppr of indurar)
  • ~ , harden (make or become hard) v indurar

induration n induration

Indus, Sind n Indo

industrial adj industrial

  • ~ industrial adj industrial

industrialism n industrialismo

industrialist n industrial

industrialization n industrialisation

industrially adv industrialmente

industrious adj industriose

industry [Econ] n industria

  • n industria

inebriate, make drunk v inebriar

inedibility n inedibilitate

inedible, uneatable adj inedibile

inedited adj inedite

  • adj inedite (-né-)

ineffable ineffabilitate adj ineffabile

  • ~ , inexpressible adj indicibile

ineffective adj inefficace

  • ~ , inefficacious adj inefficace

inefficacious, ineffective adj inefficace

  • ~ , inefficient adj inefficiente

inefficacy n inefficacia

inefficiency n inefficacitate

  • n inefficientia

inefficient adj inefficiente

  • ~ , inefficacious adj inefficiente

inelegance, inelegancy n inelegantia

inelegancy, inelegance n inelegantia

inelegant adj inelegante

ineligibility n ineligibilitate

ineligible adj ineligibile

ineluctable adj ineluctabile

inept adj inepte

  • ~ , inapt adj inepte

ineptitude n ineptitude

inequality n inequalitate

  • ~ , imparity n imparitate

inequitable adj inique

inequity n iniquitate

inert adj inerte

inertia (1. Phys]; 2. inertness, apathy) n inertia

  • n inertia

inestimable adj inestimabile

  • ~ , priceless adj inappreciabile

inevitable adj inevitabile

inexact adj inexacte

  • ~ , inaccurate adj inexacte
  • ~ , not punctilious adj impunctual

inexactitude, inaccuracy n inexactitude

inexactness, lack of punctiliousness n impunctualitate

inexcusable adj inexcusabile

inexecutable, impracticable adj inexcutabile

inexhaustible adj inexhauribile

  • adj inexhaustibile

inexistence n inexistentia

inexistent adj inexistente

inexorability n inexorabilitate

inexorable adj inexorabile

inexpedient adj inopportun

inexpensive adj a bon mercato

  • adj pauco costose

inexperience n inexperientia

inexperienced adj inexperimentate

inexpert adj inexperte

inexpiable adj inexpiabile

inexpiate, not expiated, not atoned, unexpiated adj inexpiate

inexplicability n inexplicabilitate

inexplicable adj inexplicabile

inexplorable adj inexplorabile

inexpressible adj inexprimibile

  • ~ , ineffable adj indicibile

inexpressive adj inexpressive

inextensible adj inextensibile

inextinguishable adj inextinguibile

inextirpable, incradicable adj inextirpabile

infallibility n infallibilitate

infallible adj infallibile

infamous (as in infamous punishment) Law] adj infamante

  • (of ill fame or repute) adj infame
  • adj infame
  • ~ , villainous, vile adj villan

infamy n infamia

infancy n infantia

infant n infante

  • ~ , baby n infante

infante n infante

infanticide (act of killing an infant) n infanticidio

  • (act) v infanticidio
  • (one who commits infanticide) n infanticida
  • (person) n infanticida

infantile (pertaining to an infant or infants) adj infantil

  • adj infantil

infantilism n infantilismo

infantry n infanteria

  • n infanteria (-ìa)

infantryman n pedon

  • ~ -man n soldato de infanteria

infationism n inflationismo

infatuate v infatuar

infatuation n infatuation

in-favor-of adv pro

infeasibility, unfeasibility n infacibilitate

infeasible, unfeasible adj infacibile

infect (with a plague) v appestar

  • v infectar

infected adj infectate

  • ~ with tinea, ringworm adj tineose

infection n contagion

  • n infection

infectious adj infectiose

  • ~ , infective adj infective

infecund adj infecunde

infecundity n infecunditate

infeeted, rotten, decayed, tainted adj corrupte

infelicity, unhappiness n infelicitate

infer [Logic] v inferer

  • v arguer
  • v inferer
  • ~ , deduce v deducer
  • ~ , deduce v deducer -duc-/-duct-]

inference [Logic] n inferentia

inferior (as in inferior ovary) Bot] adj infere

  • adj inferior

inferiority n inferioritate

infernal adj infernal

infernally adv infernalmente

inferno, hell n inferno

inferrible adj inferibile

infertile adj infertile

infertility n infertilitate

infest v infestar

infestation n infestation

infested adj infestate

  • ~ with bedbugs adj cimicose
  • ~ with fleas, pulicous adj pulicose

infester n infestator

infeudation, enfeoffment n infeudation

infidel adj infidel

infidelity (1. unfaithfulness; 2. want of religious belief) n infidelitate

  • n infidelitate

infiltrate v infiltrar

  • v infiltrar (se)

infiltration n infiltration

infinite adj infinite

  • n infinito

infiniteness, infinitude n infinitude

infinitesimal adj infinitesimal

  • adj infinitesime
  • adj infinitesime (-ésime)

infinitive [Gram] adj infinitive

  • [Gram] n infinitivo
  • n infinitivo

infinitude, infiniteness n infinitude

infinity [Math] n infinito

  • n infinitate

infirm adj infirme

  • ~ , frail adj infirme
  • ~ , invalid adj valetudinari

infirmary, sickroom n infirmeria

  • ~ , sickroom n infirmeria (-ìa)

inflame (1. Med]; 2. to fire, stir up) v inflammar

  • v inflammar

inflamed adj inflammate

  • adj inflammate pp of inflammar
  • ~ , congested adj injectate
  • ~ , congested adj injectate (pp of injectar)

inflammability n inflammabilitate

  • ~ , combustibility, accensibility n accensibilitate

inflammable (1. easily set on fire; 2. easily excited) adj inflammabile

  • (flammable) adj flammabile
  • adj inflammabile
  • ~ , combustible adj accendibile
  • ~ , combustible, accensible adj accensibile

inflammation (1. ignition; 2. Med]) n inflammation

  • n inflammation

inflammative adj inflammative

inflammatory (1. Med]; 2. as in inflammatory writings) adj inflammatori

inflate v inflar

inflated adj inflate

inflation n inflation

inflationist n inflationista

inflect (1. to bend; 2. Gram]) v inflecter

  • (1. to bend; 2. Gram]) v inflecter -flect-/-flex-]

inflection n inflexion

  • ~ , inflexion (1. action of inflecting or bending; 2. Gram]) n inflexion

inflexibility n inflexibilitate

inflexible adj inflexibile

inflexion, inflection (1. action of inflecting or bending; 2. Gram]) n inflexion

inflict v infliger

  • v infliger -flig-/-flict-l

inflicted adj inflicte

  • adj infligite

infliction n infliction

inflorescence [Bot] n inflorescentia

inflow, influx n influxo

influence n influentia

  • v influentiar

influenced adj influentiate

influential adj influente

influentially adv influentemente

influenza [Pathol] n influenza

  • [Pathol] n influenza I]
  • n influenza

influx n influxo

  • ~ , inflow n influxo

inform (1. to give form to; 2. to impart knowledge to) v informar

  • ~ against v deferer
  • ~ against, denounce v denunciar
  • v informar
  • ~ , unformed adj informe

informal adj non formal

  • adj non official
  • adj sin ceremonia
  • adj sin formalitate

informally adv informalmente

informant n informante

  • n informator
  • ~ , informer n informator

information n information

  • n information(es)
  • ~ office n bureau de information

informative adj informative

informed, well-informed, learned adj sciente

informer n delator

  • ~ , informant n informator

infraction n infraction

infra-red adj infrarubie

infrequency, infrequence n infrequentia

infrequent adj infrequente

infringe (break, violate) v infringer

  • (break, violate) v infringer -fring-/-fract-]
  • v infringer
  • v violar

infringement n infringimento

  • n violation

infringe-upon v transgressar

in-front adv avante

in-front-of adv ante

infuriate v furiar

  • v indiabolar
  • v infuriar
  • ~ , infuriated adj infuriate
  • ~ , infuriated adj infuriate (pp of infuriar)

infuriated, infuriate adj infuriate

  • ~ , infuriate adj infuriate (pp of infuriar)

infuse (as in to infuse tea) v infunder

  • (as in to infuse tea) v infunder -fund-/-fus-]

infusibility n infusibilitate

infusible, not fusible adj infusibile

infusion (1. Eccl]; 2. extract obtained by infusing or steeping) n infusion

infusorial adj infusorial

infusorian n infusorio

ingem (adorn with gems) v ingemmar

ingenious (cleverly planned or made) adj ingeniose

  • (having an aptitude for invention or construction) adj ingeniose
  • adj ingeniose
  • ~ , skilful adj industriose

ingenue (naive girl) n ingenua

ingenuity n ingeniositate

  • ~ , skill n industria

ingenuous adj ingenue

ingenuousness n ingenuitate

ingest v ingerer

ingestion n ingestion

inglenook (setee by the hearth) n cathedra inglenook

inglorious inglutimento adj ingloriose

ingot n lingoto

ingrain v imbuer

  • v inculcar

ingrained adj imbuite

  • adj inculcate
  • adj innate

ingrate, ungrateful adj ingrate

ingratiating, insinuating adj insinuante

  • ~ , insinuating adj insinuante (ppr of insinuar)

ingratitude n ingratitude

ingredient n ingrediente

ingress, entrance n ingresso

ingurgitate, swallow (1. to engulf; 2. to swallow up greedily) v ingurgitar

ingurgitation n ingurgitation

inhabit v habitar

  • ~ , live in v habitar

inhabitant n habitante

  • ~ of Brussels n bruxellese
  • ~ of the moon, Selenite n selenita

inhalant n inhalante

inhalation [Med] n inhalation

  • n inspiration

inhale [Med] v inhalar

  • v aspirar
  • v inhalar
  • ~ , inspire v inspirar

inhaler (1. one who inhales; 2. contrivance for inhalation) n inhalator

  • n inhalator

inhaling, inspiration n aspiration

inharmonic adj inharmonic

inharmonious adj inharmoniose

inharmony n inharmonia

  • n inharmonia (-ìa)

inhere, be inherent v inherer

inherence n inherentia

inherent adj inherente

  • adj inherente (ppr of inherer)
  • ~ in the case adj casual

inherit conjointly v cohereditar

  • v hereditar

inheritance n hereditage

  • n hereditate
  • ~ , heritage n hereditage
  • ~ , heritage n hereditage (-aje)

inheritor n hereditario

inhibit (1. to forbid; 2. to restrain, hinder) v inhibir

  • v impedir
  • v inhibir

inhibition (1. act of forbidding; 2. Physiol]; 3. Psychol]) n inhibition

  • n inhibition

inhibitory (1. prohibitory; 2. Physiol]) adj inhibitori

inhospitable adj inhospital

inhospitality n inhospitalitate

inhuman adj inhuman

inhumanity n inhumanitate

inhumation, burial, interment n inhumation

inhume, bury, inter v inhumar

inimical (1. hostile; 2. harmful) adj inimic

  • (1. hostile; 2. harmful) adj inimic (-ìc)
  • (hostile) adj inimic

inimitable adj inimitabile

iniquitous (wicked) adj inique

iniquity (wickedness) n iniquitate

initial adj initial, prime

  • adj prime, initial
  • ~ initial adj initial
  • n initial
  • v poner initiales a

initially adv initialmente

initiate (1. to originate; 2. to introduce into a society, sect) v initiar

  • (begin) v comenciar
  • (originate, introduce) v initiar
  • n initiato

initiating, initiative adj initiative

initiation n initiation

initiative n initiativa

  • ~ , initiating adj initiative

initiator n initiator

inject v injectar

  • v injicer
  • v injicer -jic-/-ject-]

injection (of morphine) n syringation

  • n injection
  • ~ , clyster, enema n clyster

injector [Med] n injector

injunction (authoritative admonition or order) n injunction

injure (harm) v facer mal a

  • (harm) v nocer a
  • (harm) v offender
  • (wound) v ferir
  • (wound) v leder
  • ~ , wound v leder
  • ~ , wound v leder led-/les-;-lid-/-lis-]

injured (wounded) past. part ferite

  • (wounded) past. part ledite
  • ~ , hurt adj lese

injured-party n parte ledite

injurious adj injuriose

  • ~ , harmful adj damnose
  • ~ , insulting adj injuriose

injuriousness, harmfulness n damnositate

injury (1. wrong; 2. damage) n injuria

  • (harm) n damno
  • (harm) n injuria
  • (harm) n mal
  • (wound) n ferita
  • (wound) n vulnere

injustice n injustitia

ink n tinta

  • v marcar de tinta

inkling n indicio

  • n suspicion

inkwell n tintiera

inky adj marcate con tinta

  • adj nigre como le tinta

inland adj interior

  • adj mediterranee
  • adv verso le interior
  • ~ sea n mediterraneo

inland-revenue n fisco

inlay (decorate with something set in the surface) v incrustar

  • n incrustation

inlet [Geog] n entrata

  • [Geog] n ingresso
  • [Mech] apertura

inmate (occupant) n habitante

  • (of asylum or prison) n internato

inn n albergo

innate adj innate

inner adj interior

  • ~ sanctum [Bib] n sanctum interne

innermost adj le plus profunde

inner-sanctum [Bib] n sanctum interior

innervate v innervar

innervation n innervation

innkeeper n albergero

innocence (1. guiltlessness; 2. freedom from the knowledge of evil) n innocentia

  • n innocentia

innocent (1. not guilty; 2. having no knowledge of evil; 3. harmless, innocuous) adj innocente

  • adj inculpabile
  • adj innocente

innocuous adj innocue

  • ~ , harmless adj innocue

innocuousness, harmlessness n innocentia

  • ~ , harmlessness n innocuitate

innovate (introduce as new) v innovar

innovation (1. process of innovating; 2. something newly introduced) n innovation

  • n innovation

innovator n innovator

  • n novator

in-no-way adv nullemente

innuendo n allusion

  • n insinuation

innumerability n innumerabilitate

innumerable adj innumerabile

inobservable adj inobservabile

inobservance, non-observance n inobservantia

inobservant adj inobservante

inoculable adj inoculabile

inoculate v inocular

inoculation n inoculation

inodorous, odorless adj inodor

inoffensive adj inoffensive

inofficiosity [Law] n inofficiositate

inofficious [Law] adj inofficiose

inoperative adj inefficace

  • adj inoperante

inopportune adj inopportun

inopportuneness, inopportunity n inopportunitate

inopportunity, inopportuneness n inopportunitate

in-order-that conj proque, quo

  • ~ -order-that conj quo, proque

inorganic adj inorganic

in-part adv in parte

in-place-of adv in loco de

input n entrata

  • v facer entrar

inquest [Law] n inquesta

  • n inquesta

inquiet, unquiet adj inquiete

inquietude, disquietude n inquietude

inquire vi inquirer

  • vt demandar
  • ~ , enquire (make inquiries) v inquirer
  • ~ , enquire (make inquiries) v inquirer -quir-/-quest-/-quisit-]

inquired adj inquirite

  • adj inquisite

inquirer, enquirer n inquiritor

inquiry (investigation) n inquesta

  • n inquesta
  • ~ office n bureau pro inquestas
  • ~ , inquisition n inquisition

Inquisition [Eccl] n inquisition

  • [Law] n inquisition
  • n inquisition
  • ~ , inquiry n inquisition

inquisitive adj curiose

  • adj inquisitive

inquisitor (1. one who makes inquiry; 2. Ch. Hist]) n inquisitor

inquisitorial adj inquisitorial

inquisitory, inquisitorial adj inquisitori

inroad n incursion

insalubrity, unhealthiness, unwholesomeness n insalubritate

insane (mad) adj demente

  • (mad) adj folle
  • (of ideas) adj insensate
  • adj insan
  • ~ , demented adj demente

insanitary adj antihygienic

  • adj insalubre

insanity n dementia

  • n follia
  • n insanitate
  • ~ , dementia, dementedness n dementia

insatiability n insatiabilitate

insatiable adj insatiabile

insatiate adj insatiate

inscribe (1. to engrave or write on metal, stone, paper; 2. Geom]) v inscriber

  • (1. to engrave or write on metal, stone, paper; 2. Geom]) v inscriber -scrib-/-script-]
  • v inscriber
  • ~ , enter (in a list) v inscriber
  • ~ , enter (in a list) v inscriber -scrib-/-script-]

inscription (1. as in an inscription on a tombstone; 2. entry in a roll, register) n inscription

  • n inscription

inscrutability n inscrutabilitate

inscrutable adj inscrutabile

insect n insecto

insecticide n insecticida

insectivore n insectivoro

  • n insectivoro (-tì-)

insectivorous adj insectivore

insectology n insectologia

  • n insectologia (-ìa)

insecure adj insecur

  • ~ , unsafe adj insecur

insecurity n insecuritate

inseminate v inseminar

insemination n insemination

insensate, senseless, foolish adj insensate

insensibility (lack of feeling) n indolentia

  • ~ , insensitiveness n insensibilitate

insensible (1. imperceptible; 2. insensitive) adj insensibile

  • adj insensibile

insensitive adj insensibile

insensitiveness, insensibility n insensibilitate

inseparability n inseparabilitate

inseparable adj inseparabile

insert v inserer

  • v inserer -ser-/-sert-]
  • v insertar
  • v introducer
  • ~ , introduce v ingerer
  • ~ , introduce v ingerer -ger-/-gest-]

insertion n insertion

  • n introduction
  • ~ , introduction n ingestion

inside (1. on the inside, within; 2. into, to the inside) adv intus (ìn-)

  • (1. on the inside, within; 2. into, to the inside) adv intus
  • adj interior
  • adj interne
  • adv interiormente
  • adv internemente
  • adv intra
  • n interior
  • prep intra

insidious adj insidiose

insidiousness n insidia

insight (intuition) n intuition

  • (penetration) n penetration
  • (wisdom) n perspicacia

insignia n insignias

insignificance n insignificantia

  • ~ , slightness n tenuitate
  • ~ , unimportance n futilitate

insignificant adj insignificante

  • ~ , unimportant adj futile

insincere adj insincer

insincerity n insinceritate

insinuate (1. as in to insinuate oneself into a person's confidence; 2. to hint, imply) v insinuar

  • v insinuar

insinuating, ingratiating adj insinuante

  • ~ , ingratiating adj insinuante (ppr of insinuar)

insinuation n insinuation

insinuative adj insinuative

insinuator n insinuator

insipid, flat adj insipide

  • ~ , flat adj insipide (-sì-)
  • ~ , unfunny, witless adj infacete

insipidity n insipiditate

insist v insister

insistence n insistentia

insistent adj insistente

insobriety, unsoberness n insobrietate

insolate, sun (place in the) v insolar

insolation, sunning n insolation

insolence n insolentia

insolent adj insolente

insolubility (1. incapacity of being dissolved; 2. incapacity of being solved) n insolubilitate

insoluble (1. that cannot be dissolved; 2. that cannot be solved) adj insolubile

insolvency [Commer] n insolventia

insolvent adj insolvente

insomnia n insomnia

insomnious, sleepless adj insomne

inspect v examinar

  • v inspectar
  • ~ , superintend v inspicer
  • ~ , superintend v inspicer -spic-/-spect-]

inspection n inspection

inspector n inspector

  • ~ , examiner (person who checks or verifies) n controlator

inspectorate, inspectorship n inspectorato

inspectorship, inspectorate n inspectorato

inspiration n inspiration

  • ~ , inhaling n aspiration

inspire (infuse life, feeling, enthusiasm) v inspirar

  • v inspirar
  • ~ , imbue v imbiber
  • ~ , inhale v inspirar

inspired, of genius adj genial

inspirer n inspirator

inspissate, thicken v inspissar

inspissation, thickening n inspissation

instability n instabilitate

install (1. to place in office; 2. to put in position for use) v installar

  • v installar

installation n installation

installer n Comp]

installment (-alment) n pagamento

  • (monthly) n pagamento mensual
  • (partial payment) n pagamento partial

instance (1. urgent request; 2. Law]) n instantia

  • (case) n caso
  • (example) n exemplo
  • (for ~) prep. phr per exemplo
  • (occurrence) n occurrentia

instant (pressing, urgent) adj instante

  • ~ adj/n instante
  • n instante

instantaneity, instantaneousness n instantaneitate

instantaneous adj instantanee

instantaneousness, instantaneity n instantaneitate

instantly adv presto

instead adv in su loco

  • ~ conj in loco de
  • ~ conj in vice de
  • ~ of adv in loco de
  • ~ of adv in vice de
  • prep in loco de

in-step n collo del pede

instigate v instigar

instigation n instigation

instigator n instigator

instigatrix n instigatrice

instil, instill (1. to put in drop by drop; 2. to impart gradually) v instillar

instill v instillar

  • ~ , instil (1. to put in drop by drop; 2. to impart gradually) v instillar

instillation n instillation

instinct n instincto

instinctive adj instinctive

institute (organization for the promotion of literature, science, art) n instituto

  • n instituto
  • v institu
  • v instituer
  • v instituer -stitu-/-stitut-]

institution n institution

institutor, founder n institutor

instruct (1. to teach, educate; 2. to inform) v instruer

  • (1. to teach, educate; 2. to inform) v instruer -stru-/-struct-]
  • v instruer
  • ~ , teach v docer
  • ~ , teach v docer doc-/doct-]
  • ~ , teach v erudir
  • ~ , train v maestrar

instruction (1. education; 2. direction) n instruction

  • n instruction
  • ~ , education, tuition n inseniamento
  • ~ , training n maestramento

instructive adj instructive

  • adj maestrative

instructor n instructor

  • ~ , preceptor, teacher n preceptor
  • ~ , teacher n instructor

instrument (1. Law] (draw up an instrument; 2. Mus] (arrange for instruments) v instrumentar

  • (1. tool; 2. musical instrument; 3. Law]) n instrumento
  • ~ for examining the cranium n cranioscopio
  • n instrumento
  • ~ , deed, record [Law] n acto

instrumental (1. performed on musical instruments; 2. Gram]) adj instrumental

  • adj instrumental

instrumentalist [Mus] n instrumentista

instrumentally adv instrumentalmente

instrumentation [Mus] n instrumentation

insubmersible adj insubmersibile

insubmission, insubordination n insubmission

insubordinate adj insubordinate

insubordination n insubordination

  • ~ , insubmission n insubmission

insubstantial, unsubstantial adj insubstantial

insubstantiality, unsubstantiality n insubstantialitate

insufferable adj insupportabile

  • ~ , unbearable adj insuffribile

insufficiency n insufficientia

insufficient adj insufficiente

insufflation n insufflation

insufflator (device for insufflating) n insufflator

insular adj insular

  • ~ insular adj insular

insularity n insularitate

insulate [Elec] adj insular

  • [Elec] v isolar
  • v insular
  • ~ , isolate v isolar

insulation [Elec] n insulamento

  • [Elec] n insulation
  • [Elec] n isolamento
  • [Elec] n isolation
  • n insulation

insulator [Elec] n insulator

  • [Elec] n isolator

insulin n insulina

insult n injuria

  • n insulto
  • v insultar
  • ~ , be offensive to, offend v offender
  • ~ , be offensive to, offend v offender -fend-/-fens-]
  • ~ , indignity n indignitate

insulted adj insultate

insulter n insultator

insulting adj insultante

  • ~ , injurious adj injuriose

insuperable adj insuperabile

insupportable, unbearable adj insupportabile

insurable adj assecurabile

insurance [Commer] n assecurantia

  • n assecurantia

insurance-company n compania de assecurantia

insurance-policy n polissa

insure [Commer] v assecurar

  • v assecurar

insurer, assurer, underwriter n assecurator

insurgent adj insurgente

  • adj insurgente (ppr of insurger)
  • adj insurgite
  • adj insurgite (pp of insurger)
  • n insurgito

insurmountable adj insurmontabile

insurrection n insurrection

  • ~ , revolt n sublevamento

insurrectional adj insurrectional

intact adj intacte

  • adj integre

intactile, not tactile adj intactile

intake (as food) n consumption

  • [Techn] entrata
  • [Techn] tubo de admission
  • n Mil]

intangibility n intangibilitate

intangible adj intangibile

integrability [Math] n integrabilitate

integrable [Math] adj integrabile

integral (an - part) n un parte integral

  • (constituent) adj integrante
  • (constituent) adj integrante (ppr of integrar)
  • adj integral
  • ~ integral [Math] adj integral

integrate (complete) v integrar

  • v integrar

integrated adj integrate

integration (act of integrating) n integration

integrator n integrator

integrity (1. entirety; 2. uprightness) n integritate

  • n integritate
  • ~ , uprightness, probity n probitate

intellect n intellecto

intellection (action or process of understanding) n intellection

intellective adj intellective

intellectual (an ~) n un intellectual

  • adj intellectual
  • ~ intellectual adj intellectual
  • n intellectual

intellectuality n intellectualitate

intellectually adv intellectualmente

intelligence (as in intelligence quotient) n intelligentia

  • (cleverness) n intelligentia
  • (information) n informationes

intelligence-service n servicio de information

  • ~ -service n servicio de intelligentia

intelligent adj intelligente

  • n intelligente

intelligentsia n intelligentsia

  • ~ , educated (class or classes) n intelligentsia
  • ~ , educated (class or classes) n intelligentsia R]

intelligible adj intelligibile

intemperance n intemperantia

intemperate (as in intemperate speech) adj distemperate

  • (as in intemperate speech) adj distemperate (pp of distemperar)
  • adj intemperante
  • adj intemperate

intenability, untenability n intenibilitate

intend (plan) v intender

  • (plan) v intender -tend-/-tent-/-tens-]
  • (set apart for) v destinar
  • ~ , design v designar

intendant n intentente

intended adj intendite

intendency (office and function of an intendant) n intendentia

intense (existing in an extreme degree) adj intense

  • adj intense
  • adj profunde

intensely adv intensemente

  • adv profundemente

intenseness, intension n intension

intensification n intensification

intensify (increase the intensity of) v intensificar

  • v intensificar
  • v intensificar (se)

intension, intenseness n intension

intensity n intensitate

intensive (1. having intensity; 2. Gram]) adj intensive

  • adj intensive

intensively adv intensivemente

intent adj absorbite

  • adj attente
  • adj intente
  • n intento
  • n proposito
  • ~ , attentive adj attente
  • ~ , intention n intento

intention (purpose) n proposito

  • n intention
  • ~ , intent n intento

intentional (deliberate) adj deliberate

  • adj intentional

intentionally adv intentionalmente

intently adv attentemente

  • adv intentemente

inter (bury) v inhumar

  • (bury) v interrar
  • ~ , bury v interrar
  • ~ , inhume, bury v inhumar

interact v reager reciprocamente

intercalary adj intercalari

intercalate v intercalar

intercalation n intercalation

intercede (for) Eccl] v suffragar

  • v interceder
  • v interceder -ced-/-cess-]

intercept (seize or stop on the way from one place to another) v interceptar

  • v interceptar

interception n interception

intercession n intercession

intercessor n intercessor

interchange n excambio reciproc

  • n intercambio
  • v excambiar
  • v excambiar (se)
  • v intercambiar
  • v intercambiar (se)
  • ~ , exchange n permutation
  • ~ , exchange v intercambiar
  • ~ , permute, exchange v permutar

interchangeable adj intercambiabile

interconnect (two openings) v abuccar

interconnecting (two openings) (action of) n abuccamento

intercostal [Anat] adj intercostal

intercourse (business) n commercio

  • (business) n relationes
  • (sexual) n coito

intercross (put crosswise) v intercruciar

intercurrent (1. intervening; 2. Med]) adj intercurrente

intercutaneous, subcutaneous adj intercutanee

interdict (1. to forbid; 2. Eccl]) v interdicer

  • (1. to forbid; 2. Eccl]) v interdicer -dic-/-dict-]
  • [Eccl] n interdicto

interdiction (1. prohibition; 2. Law]) n interdiction

interdigital, situated between the digits adj interdigital

interest (1. as in to have an interest in some enterprise; 2. as in to take an interest in some subject; 3. Fin]) n interesse

  • (cash) n interesse
  • n interesse
  • v interessar

interested (self-interested, self-seeking) adj interessate

  • (self-interested, self-seeking) adj interessate (pp of interessar)
  • adj interesate
  • ~ party n interessato

interested-in v interessar se de

  • ~ -in v interessar se in
  • ~ -in v interessar se pro

interesting adj interessante

  • adj interessante (ppr of interessar)

interfere (in quarrel) v intervenir

  • (meddle) v ingerer se
  • (tech) v interferer
  • [Phys] v interferer

interference (in quarrel) n intervention

  • (meddling) n ingerentia
  • [Phys] n interferentia
  • n Techn]
  • ~ , meddling n ingerentia

interfere-with v impedir

  • ~ -with v obstacular

interfoliaceous [Bot] adj interfoliacee

interim (in le) adv interim

  • [Pol] interime
  • adj interime
  • adj interime (té-)
  • adj provisori
  • n interim
  • n interim (ìn-)

interior adj interior

  • ~ adj/n interior

interject (a remark) v interloquer

  • (a remark) v interloquer loqu-/-locut-]

interjection [Gram] n interjection

  • n interjection

interjectional adj interjective

interlanguage, interlingua n interlingua

interlard v interlardar

interleave (a book) v interfoliar

interlinear interlinear adj interlinear

interlineation n interlineation

interlingua n interlanguage

  • n interlingua
  • n lingua auxiliar international
  • ~ , interlanguage n interlingua

interlingual adj interlingual

  • adj interlinguistic

interlinguist n interlinguista

interlinguistic adj interlinguistic

interlinguistics n interlinguistica

interlocution (interchange of speech) n interlocution

interlocutor n interlocutor

interlocutory [Law] adj interlocutori

interlude n interludio

interlunar period, interlunation n interlunio

interlunation, interlunar period n interlunio

intermaxillary adj intermaxillar

intermediary adj intermediari

  • n intermediario
  • ~ , intermediate adj intermediari
  • ~ , intermediate adj intermedie

intermediate adj intermedie

interment, burial n interramento

  • ~ , inhumation, burial n inhumation

intermezzo n intermezzo

  • n intermezzo I]

interminable adj interminabile

intermingle, merge (cause to) v confunder

  • ~ , merge (cause to) v confunder -fund-/-fus-]
  • ~ , mix together v commiscer
  • ~ , mix together v commiscer -misc-/-mixt-]

intermission (break) n intervallo

  • (pause) n pausa
  • [Med] intermission
  • n intermission

intermit v intermitter

  • v intermitter -mitt-/-miss-]

intermittence, intermittency n intermittentia

intermittency, intermittence n intermittentia

intermittent adj intermittente

intern (e) Med] n interno

  • n interno
  • v internar

internal adj interne

internally adv internemente

  • ~ , on the inside, in, inwardly adv intro

international adj international

internationalism n internationalismo

internationalist n internationalista

internationality n internationalitate

internationalization n internationalisation

internationalize v internationalisar

internationally adv internationalmente

internee n internato

internet n Comp]

  • n internet

Internet-Service-Provider n Provisor de Servicios del Interrete

internment n internamento

internode n internodio

internuncio (representative of the Pope) n internuncio

interosseous [Anat] adj interossee

interpellant n interpellante

  • n interpellator

interpellate [Parl] v interpellar

interpellation n interpellation

interpolate v interpolar

interpolation n interpolation

interpolator n interpolator

interpose v interponer

  • v interponer -pon-/-posit-]

interposition n interposition

interpret (1. to explain or expound; 2. to translate as interpreter) v interpretar

  • v interpretar

interpretable adj interpretabile

interpretation n interpretation

interpretative, interpretive adj interpretative

interpreter (1. one whose profession is to translate orally; 2. one who explains or expounds) n interprete

  • (1. one whose profession is to translate orally; 2. one who explains or expounds) n interprete (-tér-)
  • n interprete

interpretive, interpretative adj interpretative

interregnum n interregno

interrogate v interrogar

  • ~ , examine v interrogar

interrogation n interragation

  • n interrogation

interrogative [Gram] adj interrogative

  • adj interrogative

interrogator n interrogator

interrogatory [Law] n interrogatorio

  • adj interrogatori

interrupt v interrumper

interrupted adj interrupte

interrupter (1. one who interrupts; 2. Elec]) n interruptor

  • ~ , rheotome [Elec] n rheotomo
  • ~ , rheotome [Elec] n rheotomo (-ò-)

interruption (action of interrupting, breaking in upon) n interruption

  • n interruption

interruptive adj interruptive

intersect vi intercruciar

  • vt intersecar

intersecting adj intersectante

intersection (of roads) n cruciamento

  • [Geom] n intersection
  • n geom

interstellar adj interstellar

interstice n interstitio

interstitial adj interstitial

intertropical adj intertropical

interval (space of time between two events) n interstitio

  • n intervallo

intervene (as in to intervene in a quarrel) v intervenir

  • (as in to intervene in a quarrel) v intervenir -ven-/-vent-]
  • v intervenir

intervention (as in intervention in a quarrel) n intervention

  • n intervention

intervertebral adj intervertebral

interview (meeting, conference) n intervista

  • [Journ] n interview
  • [Journ] n interview A]
  • [Journ] v interviewar
  • n interview, intervista
  • n intervista, interview
  • v intervider
  • v interviewar
  • v intervistar
  • ~ , conference n abuccamento

interviewer [Journ] n interviewer

  • [Journ] n interviewer A]
  • n interviewer
  • n intervisor
  • n intervistator

intervocalic [Phonet] adj intervocalic

interweave v contexer

  • v contexer -tex-/-text-]

intestate (without having made a valid will) Law] adj intestate

  • adj intestate

intestinal adj intestinal

  • ~ worm, helminth n helminthe

intestine adj intestin

  • n intestino
  • ~ , bowel n intestino

in-that-case conj alora

in-the-future adv olim

in-the-meantime adv interim

  • ~ -the-meantime adv intertanto

in-the-same-place (ib.) adv ib.

  • ~ -the-same-place (ibid.) adv ibid.
  • ~ -the-same-place (ibidem) adv ibidem

in-the-way (superfluous) adv de troppo

intimacy n intimitate

intimate (1. inward, deepseated; 2. close) adj intime

  • (1. inward, deepseated; 2. close) adj intime (ìn-)
  • (make known formally) v intimar
  • adj intime
  • v indicar
  • v intimar

intimation (formal notification) n intimation

intimidate v intimidar

intimidation n intimidation

into adv a in

  • adv in
  • ~ , in prep in

intolerability n intolerabilitate

intolerable adj intolerabile

intolerance n intolerantia

intolerant adj intolerante

intonate, intone v intonar

intonation n intonation

intone, intonate v intonar

intorsion n intorsion

intoxicate (make drunk) v inebriar

  • [Med] v intoxicar

intoxicated (drunk) adj bibite

  • (inebriated) adj ebriate
  • adj intoxicate

intoxicating adj alcoholic

  • adj inebriante
  • adj intoxicante

intoxication (drunkenness) n ebrietate

  • [Med] n intoxication

intractability n intractabilitate

intractable adj intractabile

intrados [Arch] n intradorso

intramural adj intramural

intranet [Comp] n intrarete

intransigence n intransigentia

intransigent, uncompromising adj intransigente

intransitive adj intransitive

intravenous adj intravenose

intrepid adj intrepide

intrepidity n intrepiditate

intricacy n complexitate

  • n intricatia
  • n intrication
  • ~ , complexity n complexitate
  • ~ , complication, intrication n intrication
  • ~ , complication; 2. intrigue (underhand plotting or scheming) n intrico

intricate adj complexe

  • adj intricate
  • adj intricate (pp of intricar)
  • ~ , entangle, confuse v intricar

intrication, intricacy, complication n intrication

intrigue (1. to excite the curiosity or interest of; 2 . to carry on underhand plotting or scheming) v intricar

  • (1. to excite the curiosity or interest of; 2 . to carry on underhand plotting or scheming) v intrigar
  • (1. underhanded plotting or scheming; 2. plot of a play, novel) n intriga
  • n intriga
  • v intrigar
  • ~ , plot v cabalar
  • ~ , plot v ordir

intriguer, plotter n orditor

intrinsic adj intrinsec

  • adj intrinsec (-trìn-)

intrinsicly adv intrinsecamente

introduce (insert) v introducer

  • (insert, put in, bring in) v introducer
  • (insert, put in, bring in) v introducer -duc-/-duct-]
  • (put forward) v presentar
  • ~ or insert (gently) v insinuar
  • ~ , insert v ingerer
  • ~ , insert v ingerer -ger-/-gest-]

introducer n introductor

introduction n introduction

  • n introduction presentation
  • ~ , insertion n ingestion

introductive, introductory adj introductive

introductor (of ambassadors) n introductor

introductory adj introductori

  • ~ , introductive adj introductive

introit n Relig]

intromission n intromission

intromit v intromitter

  • v intromitter -mitt-/-miss-]

introspect (1. to look within; 2. to practice introspection) v introspicer

  • (1. to look within; 2. to practice introspection) v introspicer -spic-/-spect-]

introspection n introspection

introspective adj introspective

introversion (1. action or state of turning inwards; 2. Relig] (contemplation of the indwelling divine presence; 3. Psychol]) n introversion

introvert (1. Zool] (draw inward, invaginate; 2. to turn the mind, direct the attention, inward; 3. to be introverted) v introverter -vert-/-vers-]

  • (1. Zool] (draw inward, invaginate; 2. to turn the mind, direct the attention, inward; 3. to be introverted) v introverter
  • [Psychol] n introvertito
  • n introvertito
  • v introverter

introverted [Psychol] adj introvertite

  • [Psychol] adj introvertite (pp of introverter)

intrude (thrust or force in or upon) v intruder

  • (thrust or force in or upon) v intruder -trud-/-trus-]
  • v intruder
  • v intruder (se)

intruder n intruso

intruding adj intruse

intrusion (act of intruding upon someone) n intrusion

  • n intrusion

intrusive adj intrusive

intubate [Med] v intubar

intubation [Med] n intubation

intuition n intuition

intuitive adj intuitive

intumesce v intumescer

  • v tumescer
  • ~ , swell v tumer

intumescence n intumescentia

intumescent adj intumescente

  • adj intumescente (ppr of intumescer)

intussuception, invagination n invagination

intussusception [Physiol] n intussusception

inundate v inundar

  • ~ , flood v inundar

inundation n alluvion

  • ~ , flood n inundation
  • ~ , overflow (flowing over the banks, the brim) n disbordamento

inurbane adj inurban

inure to war v aguerrir

inuring to war (act of) n aguerrimento

invade v invader

  • v invader -vad-/-vas-]

invader n invasor

invaginate v invaginar

  • ~ , invaginated adj invaginate
  • ~ , invaginated adj invaginate (pp of invaginar)

invaginated, invaginate adj invaginate

  • ~ , invaginate adj invaginate (pp of invaginar)

invagination, intussuception n invagination

invalid (null, disabled) adj invalide

  • n invalido
  • n invalido (-và-)
  • n valetudinario
  • ~ , disabled adj invalide
  • ~ , disabled adj invalide (-và-)
  • ~ , infirm adj valetudinari
  • ~ , lapsed, expired adj perempte
  • ~ , without legal force adj invalide
  • ~ , without legal force adj invalide (-và-)

invalidate v infirmar

  • v invalidar
  • ~ , annul v dirimer

invalidation n infirmation

  • n invalidation

invalidity (1. want of bodily strength; 2. want of validity, invalidness) n invaliditate

invaluable adj inestimabile

invariability n invariabilitate

invariable adj invariabile

invasion n invasion

invasive adj invasive

invective n invectiva

  • ~ , abuse n invectiva

inveigh v inveher

  • v inveher -veh-/-vect-]

inveigle, beguile v captar

inveigling (act of) n captation

invent v inventar

  • ~ , devise v imaginar

invented adj inventate

invention n invention

inventive adj inventive

inventor n inventor

inventory (take ~) v inventariar

  • n inventario
  • v inventariar

inverse adj inverse

  • n inverso

inversion n inversion

inversive adj inversive

invert v inverter

  • v inverter -vert-/-vers-]

invertase, invertin [Biochem] n invertina

invertebrate [Zool] n invertebrato

  • adj invertebrate
  • n invertebrato

inverted adj invertite

inverted-commas n virgulettas

invertin, invertase [Biochem] n invertina

invest (1. as in to invest with supreme authority; 2. to beleaguer; 3. Fin]) v investir

  • v investir
  • ~ with a halo, halo v aureolar

invested with a halo, haloed adj aureolate

investigable adj investigabile

investigate v investigar

  • ~ , go deeply into, fathom v approfundar
  • ~ , search v recercar

investigation (thorough) n approfundamento

  • n investigation
  • ~ , search n recerca

investigator n investigator

  • ~ , searcher n recercator

investiture (formal investing of a person with an office, power) n investimento

  • (formal investing of a person with an office, power) n investitura

investment [Fin] n investimento

  • n investimento

investor n investitor

inveterate adj inveterate

invigorate v vigorar

invincibility n invincibilitate

invincible adj invincibile

inviolability n inviolabilitate

inviolable adj inviolabile

inviolate adj inviolate

invisibility n invisibilitate

invisible adj invisibile

invitation n invitation

invitatory [Eccl] n invitatorio

  • ~ , inviting adj invitatori

invite (provoke) v provocar

  • (request to come) v invitar
  • v convitar
  • v invitar

inviter, one who invites n invitator

inviting, invitatory adj invitatori

invocation n invocation

invocatory adj invocatori

invoice n factura

  • v facturar
  • ~ , bill n factura
  • ~ , bill v facturar

invoke (1. to call upon for help or protection; 2. to conjure) v invocar

  • v invocar

invoker n invocator

involuntary adj involuntari

involute (1. involved, intricate; 2. Bot]) adj involute

involution (1. act of involving) n involution

involve (1. to entangle, implicate; 2. to imply) v involver

  • (1. to entangle, implicate; 2. to imply) v involver -volv-/-volut-]
  • (implicate) v implicar
  • (require) v requirer
  • ~ in debt, to indebt v indebitar
  • v involver

involved adj involvite

involvement (implication) n implication

  • n involvimento

invulnerability n invulnerabilitate

invulnerable adj invulnerabile

inward adj interior

  • adj interne
  • adv verso le interior

inwardly, internally, on the inside, in adv intro

in-whatever-way adv comocunque

in-which adv ubi

iodate n iodato

  • v iodar

iodic adj iodic

iodine n iodo

iodism [Med] n iodismo

iodoform n iodoformo

iodometry n iodometria

  • n iodometria (-ìa)

iodous adj iodose

ion n ion

  • n ion (ì-)

ionic [Phys] adj ionic

ionization n ionisation

ionize v ionisar

ionosphere n ionosphera

iota (1. ninth letter of the Greek alphabet; 2. as in not an iota of evidence) n iota

Iphigenia [Gr. Mythol] n Iphigenia

  • [Gr. Mythol] n Iphigenia (-ìa)

ipso facto phr ipso facto

Iran [Geog] n Iran

iranian adj iranian

  • n iraniano

Iraq [Geog] n Irak

Iraqi adj/n iraki

  • ~ adj/n iraqui

irascibility n irascibilitate

irascible adj irascibile

  • ~ , choleric adj choleric

irate adj irate

  • ~ , angry, wrathful adj irate

ire, anger, wrath n ira

Ireland [Geog] n Irlanda

  • n Irlanda

iridaceous [Bot] adj iridacee

iridesce v iridescer

iridescence n iridescentia

  • ~ , irization n irisation

iridescent adj iridescente

  • adj iridescente (ppr of iridescer)

iridium n iridium

iridize, make iridescent v irisar

Iris [Gr. Relig] n Iride

  • [Gr. Relig] n Iris
  • n iride

irish adj/n irlandese

  • ~ irlandese adj irlandese

irishman n irlandese

  • ~ , Irishwoman adj irlandese

Irishwoman, Irishman adj irlandese

iritis [Med] n iritis

  • [Med] n iritis (-ìtis)

irization, iridescence n irisation

irksome, annoying, troublesome adj moleste

iron (domestic) n ferro de repassar

  • (furnish or cover with iron) v ferrar
  • (the metal) n ferro
  • adj de ferro
  • ~ monger n negotiante in ferramentos
  • ~ monger n quincaliero
  • ~ mongery n quincalia
  • n ferro
  • ~ pyrites, fool's gold, pyrite [Mineral] n pyrite
  • v repassar
  • ~ work n ferramento

iron-curtain n cortina de ferro

ironic adj ironic

ironical, ironic adj ironic

ironing n repassage

ironing-board n tabula de repassar

ironist n ironista

ironize, speak ironically v ironisar

irony n ironia

  • n ironia (-ìa)

irradiant adj irradiante

  • adj irradiante (ppr of irradiar)

irradiate, radiate (1. to shine; 2. to give out, shed) v irradiar

irradiation (1. act of irradiating; 2. state of being irradiated) n irradiation

irradiator n irradiator

irrational (1. not endowed with reason; 2. not conformable to reason, unreasonable; 3. Math]) adj irrational

  • adj irrational
  • ~ , unreasonable (not conformable to reason) adj disrationabile

irrationality (1. state of lacking reason; 2. unreasonableness; 3. Math]) n irrationalitate

irrationally adv irrationalmente

irreconcilability n irreconciliabilitate

irreconcilable adj irreconciliabile

irrecoverable adj irrecuperabile

irrecusable, not challengeable, not exceptionable [Law] adj irrecusabile

irredeemable (not redeemable) adj irredimibile

irredenta n irredenta

  • n irredenta I]

Irredentism n irredentismo

Irredentist n irredentista

irreducibility n irreducibilitate

irreducible adj irreducibile

irreformable adj irreformabile

irrefrangibility n irrefrangibilitate

irrefrangible adj irrefrangibile

irrefutability n irrefutabilitate

irrefutable adj irrefutabile

irregular adj irregular

irregularity (1. quality of being irregular; 2. that which is irregular) n irregularitate

  • n irregularitate

irrelevance n impertinentia

  • n inapplicabilitate

irrelevant adj foras de proposito

  • adj non pertinente

irreligion n irreligion

irreligious adj irreligiose

irreligiousness n irreligiositate

irremediable adj irremediabile

irremissibility n irremissibilitate

irremissible adj irremissibile

irremovable, not removable adj inamovibile

irremunerable adj irremunerabile

irreparability n irreparabilitate

irreparable adj irreparabile

irreprehensible, irreproachable adj irreprehensibile

irrepressible adj repressibile

irreproachable adj irreprochabile

  • ~ , irreprehensible adj irreprehensibile

irresistibility n irresistibilitate

irresistible adj irresistibile

irresoluble, irresolvable adj irresolubile

irresolute adj irresolute

irresoluteness n irresolution

  • ~ , irresolution n irresolution

irresolution n irresolution

  • ~ , irresoluteness n irresolution

irresolvable, irresoluble adj irresolubile

irrespective prep a parte

  • prep independente

irrespirable (not fit for respiration) adj irrespirabile

irresponsibility n irresponsabilitate

irresponsible adj irresponsabile

irreverence n irreverentia

irreverent adj irreverente

  • ~ , indevout adj indevote

irreversible adj irreversibile

irrevocability n irrevocabilitate

irrevocable adj irrevocabile

irrigable adj irrigabile

irrigate v irrigar

irrigation n irrigation

irrigative, irrigatory adj irrigatori

irrigator n irrigator

irrigatory, irrigative adj irrigatori

irritability n irritabilitate

irritable adj irritabile

irritant n irritante

irritate (1. to annoy; 2. Pathol] (make morbidly sensitive; 3. Physiol] (stimulate to vital action) v irritar

  • v irritar
  • ~ , vex, annoy v vexar

irritating adj irritante

irritation (1. annoyance; 2. Pathol]; 3. Physiol]) n irritation

  • n irritation
  • ~ , vexation n vexation

irrupt, break into, burst into v irrumper

irruption n irruption

is-, ice- (ice) occurring in geographical compounds] n is-

Isaiah n Isaia

  • n Isaia (-sàia)

Islam n islam

  • n islam

islamic adj islamic

  • ~ , Islamitic adj islamic
  • ~ , Islamitic adj islamitic

Islamism n islamismo

Islamitic, Islamic adj islamic

  • ~ , Islamic adj islamitic

Islamize v islamisar

island n insula

  • ~ , isle n insula
  • ~ , isle n insula (ìn-)

islander n insulario

isle n insula

  • ~ , island n insula
  • ~ , island n insula (ìn-)

Isle-of-Man [Geog] n Insula de Man

isn't (is not) v no es

t it interrog non esque?

t it interrog nonne?

iso- (as in isotope, isometric) occurring in compounds] adj is-

isobar (1. Meteorol]; 2. Chem]) n isobaro

  • (1. Meteorol]; 2. Chem]) n isobaro (-ò-)

isobaric (1. Phys/Geog]; 2. Chem]) adj isobaric

  • [Phys/Geog] adj isobare

isochronal adj isochrone

isochronism n isochronismo

isoclinal adj isocline

isocline n isoclino

  • n isoclino (-ò-)

isodiametric adj isodiametric

isodynamic adj isodynamic

isogamous [Biol] adj isogame

  • [Biol] adj isogame (-ò-)

isogamy n isogamia

  • n isogamia (-ìa)

isogonal adj isogone

isolate v isolar

  • ~ , insulate v isolar

isolated, lonely, solitary adj isolate

  • ~ , lonely, solitary adj isolate (pp of isolar)

isolation n insulamento

  • n isolamento
  • n isolation

isolator (one who or that which isolates) n isolator

isomeric, isomerous [Chem] adj isomere

isomerism [Chem] n isomerismo

isomerous, isomeric [Chem] adj isomere

isometric adj isometric

isomorphic adj isomorphe

isomorphism n isomorphismo

isosceles adj isoscele

isotherm n isotherma

isothermal adj isotherme

isotope [Chem] n isotopo

  • [Chem] n isotopo (-sò-)

isotopic [Chem] adj isotope

  • [Chem] adj isotope (-sò-)

Israel [Geog] n Israel

  • n Israel

israeli adj/n israeli

  • ~ adj/n israelita

israelite adj/n israelita

  • n israelita

issue (a book) vt publicar

  • (a decree) v promulgar
  • (children) n descendentia
  • (children) n prole
  • (come out) vi exir
  • (come out) vi sortir
  • (matter) n question
  • (of book) n edition
  • (of magazine) n numero
  • (outcome) n resultato
  • (problem) n problema
  • (produced by cauterizlng) Med] n cauterio
  • (shares, stamps) v emitter
  • ~ forth, debouch v disbuccar

issuing forth, debouching (action of) n disbuccamento

isthmian adj isthmic

isthmus n isthmo

it (as in hoc pluve it is raining) dem pron hoc

  • (as in I like it, I'll give it another thought) adj le def art the
  • (as in I like it, I'll give it another thought) pron pers lo
  • (impersonal) pron il
  • (object) pron lo
  • (subject and after prep) pron illo
  • [used as subject, and as object of a prep] pron illo
  • ~ impers pron il
  • ~ pron pers id

Italian (1. language of Italy; 2. inhabitant of Italy) n italiano

  • adj italian
  • adj italian
  • n italiano

Italianism n italianismo

Italianize v italianisar

italic [Print] adj italic

  • [Print] n italico
  • adj italic
  • adj italic

italics n cursiva

  • n italico

Italy [Geog] n Italia

  • n Italia

itch (have an itching sensation) v formicar

  • n prurito
  • v prurir
  • ~ , pruritus n prurito

itching n formicamento

itchy adj pruriente

item (article) n articulo

  • (detail) n detalio
  • (entry) n partita
  • (in agenda) n puncto
  • adv item
  • adv item (ì-)

iterate, repeat (1. to do again; 2. to say again) v iterar

iteration, repetition n iteration

iterative (1. repetitive; 2. Gram] (frequentative) adj iterative

itinerancy n itinerantia

itinerant adj itinerante

itinerary (1. course of travel; 3. guidebook) n itinerario

  • (pertaining to roads, a route, or a journey) adj itinerari
  • n itinerario

its adj su

s not the end of the world phr Isto non es le fin del mundo.

  • ~ pron le sue, le sues

itself (object) pron se

  • (subject) pron ipse, mesme
  • (subject) pron mesme, ipse

ivory adj eboree

  • n ebore
  • ~ , dentine n dentina

ivy n hedera

  • n hedera (hé-)