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f (ef)Modificar

  • pt: (efe) sexta letra do alfabeto (consoante)
  • fa ????
  • <b>pt: n 1. [Mus.] fa; 2. [Mus.] (nota musical)
  • en: n 1. [Mus.] fa;
  • 2. [Mus.] (the note) F

faModificar

  • sub

fabaModificar

  • sub
  • faba ????
  • pt: n fava
  • en: n bean

fabianismoModificar

  • sub

fabismoModificar

  • sub

fabliauModificar

  • sub

fabricaModificar

  • sub
  • fabrica (fá-) ????
  • pt: n fabrica
  • en: n 1. factory (
  • manufactory); 2. forge, smithy;
  • marca de fabrica trademark;
  • fabrica metallurgic metallurgical plant
  • ◊ fabricar-fabricante; fabrication; fabricato

fabricabileModificar

  • adj

fabricanteModificar

  • sub
  • fabricante ????
  • pt: n fabricante
  • en: n maker, manufacturer

fabricarModificar

  • v
  • fabricar ????
  • pt: v fabricar
  • en: v 1. to manufacture, make; 2. to fabricate (as in “to fabricate a bridge, book, etc.; also: a story, lie, etc.”); 3. to forge (
  • to form by heating and hammering)

fabricationModificar

  • sub
  • fabrication ????
  • pt: n fabricação
  • en: n fabrication, manufacture

fabricatoModificar

  • sub
  • fabricato ????
  • pt: n fabricado
  • en: n manufactured article

fabulaModificar

  • sub
  • fabula (fá-) ????
  • pt: n fábula
  • en: n I. fable (1. as in “Aesop’s Fables”; 2. historical legend or myth; 3. falsehood, fiction); II. plot, story (of a a play, etc.)
  • ◊ fabulista; fabulose; fabular-confabular

fabularModificar

  • v
  • fabular ????
  • pt: v 1. contar historias, fábulas; 1. contar mentiras
  • en: v to fable, fabulate

fabularioModificar

  • sub

fabulistaModificar

  • sub
  • fabulista ????
  • pt: n fabulista
  • en: n fabulist, story-teller

fabuloseModificar

  • adj
  • fabulose ????
  • pt: adj fabuloso/a, favoloso/a
  • en: adj fabulous

fabulositateModificar

  • sub

faceModificar

  • sub
  • face ????
  • pt: n tocha, facho, archote
  • en: n torch, brand
  • ◊ facula-facular

facerModificar

  • v
  • facer [fac-/fact-;-fic-/-fect-] ????
  • pt: v fazer
  • en: v I. to make (1. to create, produce, etc.; 2. to render, cause to be or become); II. to do (something);
  • facer + n : facer le barba, facer allusion, etc., see barba, allusion, etc.;
  • facer (venir, etc. ) to cause to (come etc.), make (come, etc.), have (come, etc.);
  • facer se (tarde, etc. ) to become, get (late, etc.)
  • ◊ facile; facibile-facibilitate, infacibile-infacibilitate; facticie; faction; factor; factura; facto-artefacto etc.; facitor; affic-; confic-; defic-; effic-; infic-; perfic-; prefic-; profic-; refic-; sufficer; contrafacer; disfacer; refacer; calefacer etc.; manufac- etc.; satisfacer etc.; benefacer etc.; olfacer etc.; facsimile etc.

faceteModificar

  • adj
  • facete ????
  • pt: adj faceto/a
  • en: adj witty, humorous, jocular
  • ◊ facetia-facetiose; infacete

facetiaModificar

  • sub
  • facetia ????
  • pt: n facecia
  • en: n witty remark, witticism;
  • facetias facetiae

facetioseModificar

  • adj
  • facetiose ????
  • pt: adj facecioso/a
  • en: adj witty, humorous, jocular; also: facetious

faciadaModificar

  • sub
  • faciada ????
  • pt: n fachada
  • en: n [Arch.] façade

facialModificar

  • adj
  • facial ????
  • pt: adj facial
  • en: adj facial;
  • angulo facial facial angle

facibileModificar

  • adj
  • facibile ????
  • pt: adj fazivel, factível, exequível
  • en: adj feasible (
  • that can be done or carried out)

facibilitateModificar

  • sub
  • facibilitate ????
  • pt: n exequibilidade
  • en: n feasibility

facieModificar

  • sub
  • facie ????
  • pt: n face (1. [Anat.]; 2. superfície;
  • facie a facie face a face
  • en: n face (1. [Anat.]; 2. surface, outer part of something;
  • facie a facie face to face
  • ◊ faciada; facietta; facial-trifacial etc.; superficie; superfacie

faciettaModificar

  • sub
  • facietta ????
  • pt: n faceta (dum diamante, poliedro, etc.)
  • en: n facet (of diamond, of insect’s eye, etc.)
  • ◊ faciettar

faciettarModificar

  • v
  • faciettar ????
  • pt: v facetar
  • en: v to facet (diamonds, etc.)

facileModificar

  • adj
  • facile ????
  • pt: adj fácil (contrario de difícil)
  • en: adj 1. easy (
  • not difficult); 2. facile (
  • working with ease)
  • ◊ facilitate-facilitar-facilitation; facultate; difficile
  • facilit- ????
  • en: see facilitate ????

facilitarModificar

  • v
  • facilitar ????
  • <b>pt: v facilitar
  • en: v to facilitate, make easy

facilitateModificar

  • sub
  • facilitate ????
  • pt: n facilidade;
  • facilitates facilidades (como em "especial facilidades para os estudos")
  • en: n facility, ease (1. absence of difficulty; 2. power to do anything easily and quickly);
  • facilitates facilities (as in “special facilities for studies”)

facilitationModificar

  • sub
  • facilitation ????
  • pt: n facilitação (acto de facilitar)
  • en: n facilitation (
  • act of facilitating)

facitorModificar

  • sub
  • facitor ????
  • pt: n fazedor, criador
  • en: n maker, doer

facsimileModificar

  • sub
  • facsimile ????
  • pt: n facsímile
  • en: n facsimile
  • fact- ????
  • en: see facer ????

facticieModificar

  • adj
  • facticie ????
  • <b>pt: adj feitio, feição
  • en: adj factitious

factionModificar

  • sub
  • faction ????
  • pt: n 1. facção (1 ideia politica; 2. aspecto, forma; 3. acto de fazer
  • en: n 1. faction (as in “political factions”); 2. sentry, watch, guard; 3. shape, form; 4. fashion, manner
  • ◊ factionario; factiose

factionarioModificar

  • sub
  • factionario ????
  • pt: n faccionário
  • en: n factionary

factioseModificar

  • adj
  • factiose ????
  • pt: n faccioso, sectário
  • en: n factious </p>

factitiveModificar

  • adj

factitivoModificar

  • sub

factoModificar

  • sub
  • facto ????
  • pt: n 1. facto; 2. feito
  • en: n 1. feat, deed; 2. fact;
  • de facto In fact, de facto ;
  • vias de facto acts of violence

factorModificar

  • sub
  • factor ????
  • pt: n factor (1. agente; 2. criador, fabricante; 3. "factor contribuinte"; 4. [Mat.])
  • en: n factor (1. agent; 2. “contributing factor”; 3. [Math.])
  • ◊ factoria

factoriaModificar

  • sub
  • factoria (-ía) ????
  • pt: n (estação, escritório do factor)
  • en: n factory (
  • trading station, office or post of a factor)

factorialModificar

  • adj

factorialModificar

  • sub

factoringModificar

  • sub

factorisarModificar

  • v

factorisationModificar

  • sub

factotumModificar

  • sub
  • factotum [L] ????
  • pt: n factotum [L]
  • en: n factotum

factualModificar

  • adj

factualitateModificar

  • sub

facturaModificar

  • sub
  • factura ????
  • pt: n 1. factura, conta; 2. obra, trabalho
  • en: n 1. invoice, bill; 2. workmanship, work
  • ◊ facturar

facturarModificar

  • v
  • facturar ????
  • pt: v facturar
  • en: v to bill, invoice

facturationModificar

  • sub

facturistaModificar

  • sub
  • facul- ????
  • en: see facile ????

faculaModificar

  • sub
  • facula (fácula) ????
  • <b>pt: n 1. fácula, tocha; 2. [Astron.] fácula (mancha luminosa do disco do Sol ou da Lua)
  • en: n 1. torch, brand; 2. [Astron.] facula

facularModificar

  • adj
  • facular ????
  • pt: adj [Astron.] facular
  • en: adj [Astron.] facular

facultateModificar

  • sub
  • facultate ????
  • pt: n faculdade (1. habilidade; 2. autoridade, poder; 3. "a faculdade de uma universidade, etc.")
  • en: n faculty (1. ability; 2. authority, power; 3. “the faculty of a university, etc.”);
  • haber le facultate de facer un cosa to be entitled to do something
  • ◊ facultative

facultativeModificar

  • adj
  • facultative ????
  • pt: adj facultativo/a
  • en: adj optional

facundeModificar

  • adj

facundiaModificar

  • sub

fadingModificar

  • sub

fadoModificar

  • sub
  • fado [P] ????
  • pt: n fado (canção característica de Lisboa e Coimbra)

fagiformeModificar

  • adj

fagoModificar

  • sub
  • fago ????
  • pt: n [Bot.] faia
  • en: n beech

fagopyroModificar

  • sub

fagottarModificar

  • v
  • fagottar ????
  • pt: v fazer feixes
  • en: v to fagot, form into bundles

fagottistaModificar

  • sub
  • fagottista ????
  • pt: n fagotista (tocador/a de fagote)
  • en: n bassoonist, fagottist

fagottoModificar

  • sub
  • fagotto </b>
     ????
  • pt: n 1. feixe (braçado de lenha); 2. [Mus.] fagote
  • en: n 1. fagot (
  • bundle of sticks); 2. bassoon, fagotto
  • ◊ fagottista; fagottar

Fahrenheit, Gabriel DanielModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Fahrenheit, Gabriel Daniel ????
  • pt: npr [1686-1736; físico alemão]
  • en: npr [1686-1736; German physicist];
  • thermometro Fahrenheit Fahrenheit thermometer

faienceModificar

  • sub

faisanModificar

  • sub
  • faisan ????
  • pt: n faisão
  • en: n pheasant

faisaneriaModificar

  • sub

faisaneroModificar

  • sub

fait accompliModificar

  • sub

fakirModificar

  • sub
  • fakir ????
  • pt: n faquir

fakirismoModificar

  • sub

FalangeModificar

  • sub n pr

falangismoModificar

  • sub

falangistaModificar

  • adj

falangistaModificar

  • sub

falcarModificar

  • v
  • falcar ????
  • pt: v segar, ceifar
  • en: v to mow (
  • to cut down with a scythe, sickle, etc.)

falcariaModificar

  • sub

falcataModificar

  • sub
  • falcata ????
  • pt: n 1. segadura, ceifa, sega; 2. varredura (como em "varridos da superfície da terra")
  • en: n 1. day’s cutting or mowing; 2. swath, sweep (of the scythe or sickle)

falcateModificar

  • adj

falcatorModificar

  • sub
  • falcator ????
  • pt: n ceifeiro
  • en: n mower

falcaturaModificar

  • sub
  • falcatura ????
  • pt: n ceifa
  • en: n (act of) mowing

falceModificar

  • sub
  • falce ????
  • pt: n foice
  • en: n 1. scythe; 2. sickle
  • ◊ falcifere; falcar-falcator, falcatura, falcata; defalcar; falciforme etc.

falcettoModificar

  • sub

falcibracteeModificar

  • adj

falcifereModificar

  • adj
  • falcifere ????
  • pt: adj falcífero/a
  • en: adj sickle-bearing, scythe-bearing

falcifolieModificar

  • adj

falciformeModificar

  • adj
  • falciforme ????
  • pt: adj falciforme

falcipetaleModificar

falconModificar

  • sub
  • falcon ????
  • pt: n falcão (1. [Zool.]; 2. [Artil.] antiga peça de artilharia)
  • en: n falcon (1. [Ornith.]; 2. [Artil.])
  • ◊ falconetto; falconides; falconero; falconeria; falconar

falconarModificar

  • falconar ????
  • pt: v falcoar (caçar com falcões)
  • en: v to hawk (
  • to hunt with a hawk or falcon)

falconeriaModificar

  • falconeria (-ía-) ????
  • pt: n falcoaria
  • en: n falconry

falconeroModificar

  • sub
  • falconero ????
  • pt: n falcoeiro
  • en: n falconer

falconettoModificar

  • sub
  • falconetto ????
  • pt: n falconete (1. [Zool.]; 2. [Artil.] pequena peça de artilharia)
  • en: n falconet (1. [Ornith.];
  • 2. [Artil.])

falconidesModificar

  • sub pl
  • falconides (-có-) ????
  • pt: n pl [Zool.] falconideos (família de aves de rapina)
  • en: npl [Ornith.] Falconidae

falconiformeModificar

  • sub

faldistorioModificar

  • sub

FaliaModificar

  • sub n pr
  • Falia ????
  • pt: npr Falia (Oeste Falia e Este Falia juntos)
  • en: npr Phalia (
  • Westphalia and Eastphalia together)
  • ◊ Westfalia etc.

fallaceModificar

  • adj
  • fallace ????
  • pt: adj 1. falaz; 2. falso/a, enganador/a
  • en: adj 1. fallacious, delusive, misleading; 2. deceitful
  • ◊ fallacia </p>

fallaciaModificar

  • sub
  • fallacia ????
  • pt: n falácia
  • en: n fallacy, fallaciousness

fallerModificar

  • v
  • faller ????
  • pt: v falir, falhar
  • en: v to fail (1. to fall short in attainment or performance; 2. to become insolvent or bankrupt)
  • ◊ fallace; fallia; fallimento; fallibile-fallibilitate, infallibile-infallibilitate; fallito

falliaModificar

  • sub
  • fallia ????
  • pt: n falha, defeito
  • en: n [Geol.] fault

fallibileModificar

  • adj
  • fallibile ????
  • pt: adj falível
  • en: adj fallible

fallibilitateModificar

  • sub
  • fallibilitate ????
  • pt: n falibilidade
  • en: n fallibility

fallimentoModificar

  • sub
  • fallimento ????
  • pt: n falência; bancarrota
  • en: n failure; bankruptcy

fallitoModificar

  • sub
  • fallito ????
  • pt: n falido
  • en: n bankrupt

FallopioModificar

  • sub n pr

fall-outModificar

  • sub

falsarModificar

  • v
  • falsar ????
  • pt: v falsear,
  • falsificar
  • en: v to falsify, pervert; also: to warp; to put out of tune </p>

falsarioModificar

  • sub
  • falsario ????
  • pt: n falsário, falsificador
  • en: n forger (
  • one who commits forgery)

falsatorModificar

  • sub

falseModificar

  • adj
  • false ????
  • pt: adj falso
  • en: adj false (1. incorrect; 2. deceitful, treacherous; 3. as in “false teeth”);
  • false clave skeleton key
  • ◊ falsitate; falsar-disfalsar; falsificar-falsificabile, falsification, falsificator; falso-falsario

falsettoModificar

  • sub
  • falsetto ????
  • pt: n falsete

falsificabileModificar

  • adj
  • falsificabile ????
  • pt: adj falsificável
  • en: adj falsifiable

falsificarModificar

  • v
  • falsificar ????
  • pt: v falsificar
  • en: v to falsify (as in “to falsify a record”)

falsificationModificar

  • sub
  • falsification ????
  • pt: n falsificação
  • en: n falsification

falsificatorModificar

  • sub
  • falsificator ????
  • pt: n falsificador
  • en: n falsifier

falsitateModificar

  • sub
  • falsitate ????
  • pt: n 1. falsidade (qualidade ou condição de ser falso); 2. mentira
  • en: n 1. falsity (
  • quality or condition of being false); 2. falsehood, lie

FALSOModificar

  • sub
  • falso ????
  • pt: n falso
  • en: n forgery

faltaModificar

  • sub
  • falta ????
  • pt: n falta, erro
  • en: n fault (1. flaw, imperfection; 2. mistake, error; 3. moral transgression);
  • sin falta without fail

famaModificar

  • sub
  • fama ????
  • pt: n fama
  • en: n I. public report, rumor; II. fame (1. reputation; 2. renown);
  • mal fama Ill repute
  • ◊ famose; diffamar; infame; malfamate

fameModificar

  • sub
  • fame ????
  • pt: n fome
  • en: n 1. hunger; 2. famine (
  • acute shortage of foodstuffs in given area);
  • haber fame to be hungry
  • ◊ famelic; affamar

famelicModificar

  • adj
  • famelic ????
  • pt: adj famélico/a
  • en: adj starving, famished; also: hungry

familiaModificar

  • sub
  • familia ????
  • pt: n família
  • en: n family (1. as in “the Smith family”; 2. [ special: Sci. etc.]);
  • patre de familia paterfamilias, head of a family
  • ◊ familial; familiar

familialModificar

  • adj
  • familial ????
  • pt: adj familiar (relativo aos membros da família)
  • en: adj family, familial

familiarModificar

  • adj

familiarModificar

  • sub
  • familiar¹ ????
  • pt: adj familiar (1. habitual; 2. relativo aos membros da família)
  • en: adj I. domestic; II. familiar (1. intimate, friendly; 2. too friendly, forward; 3. well known, common);
  • esser familiar con to be familiar with;
  • expression familiar familiar expression, colloquialism
  • ◊ familiaritate; familiarisar-familiarisation
  • familiar² ????
  • pt: n familiar (membro da família)
  • en: n familiar (1. familiar friend; 2. officer of the Inquisition)

familiarisarModificar

  • v
  • familiarisar ????
  • pt: v familiarizar
  • en: v to familiarize (
  • to make well acquainted)

familiarisationModificar

  • sub
  • familiarisation ????
  • pt: n familiarização
  • en: n familiarization

familiaritateModificar

  • sub
  • familiaritate ????
  • pt: n familiaridade
  • en: n familiarity (1. close acquaintance; 2. freedom of behavior);
  • familiaritates familiarities

famoseModificar

  • adj
  • famose ????
  • pt: adj famoso/a
  • en: adj famous (1. renowned; 2. excellent)

fanModificar

  • sub

fanalModificar

  • sub
  • fanal ????
  • pt: n fanal, facho, farol
  • en: n beacon; also: ship’s lantern, (automobile) headlight, etc.
  • fanat- ????
  • en: see fanatic ????

fanaticModificar

  • adj
  • fanatic ????
  • <b>pt: adj fanático/a
  • en: adj fanatic, fanatical
  • ◊ fanatismo; fanatisar; fanatico
  • fanaticamente ????
  • pt: adv fanaticamente

fanaticoModificar

  • sub
  • fanatico ????
  • pt: n fanático
  • en: n fanatic

fanatisarModificar

  • v
  • fanatisar ????
  • pt: v fanatizar
  • en: v to fanaticize

fanatisationModificar

  • sub

fanatismoModificar

  • sub
  • fanatismo ????
  • pt: n fanatismo
  • en: n fanaticism

fandangoModificar

  • sub

fanfarModificar

  • sub
  • fanfar ????
  • pt: n fanfarra
  • en: n fanfare

fanfaronModificar

  • sub
  • fanfaron ????
  • pt: n fanfarrão
  • en: n fanfaron, braggart
  • ◊ fanfaronar-fanfaronada

fanfaronadaModificar

  • sub
  • fanfaronada ????
  • pt: n fanfarronada
  • en: n fanfaronade, swaggering

fanfaronarModificar

  • v
  • fanfaronar ????
  • pt: v fanfarrear, fanfarronar
  • en: v to brag, swagger

fangoModificar

  • sub
  • fango ????
  • pt: n lama, lodo
  • en: n mud, mire, etc.
  • ◊ fangose-fangositate; guardafango etc.

fangoseModificar

  • adj
  • fangose ????
  • pt: adj lodoso/a, lamacento/a
  • en: adj muddy, miry, etc.

fangositateModificar

  • sub
  • fangositate ????
  • pt: n lameiro, enlameadura
  • en: n muddiness

fangotherapiaModificar

  • sub

fanoModificar

  • sub
  • fano ????
  • pt: n [Rom. Antig.] fano
  • en: n [Rom. Antiq.] temple, sanctuary, etc.
  • ◊ fanatic; profan

fanonModificar

  • sub
  • fantoche ????
  • pt: n fantoche

faradModificar

  • sub
  • farad- ????
  • en: see Faraday, Michael ????
  • farad ????
  • <b>pt: n [Elect.] farad
  • en: n [Elec.] farad
  • Faraday, Michael ????
  • pt: npr [1791-1867; físico inglês da quem deriva o nome "farad"]
  • en: npr [1791-1867; physicist after whom the “farad” is named]
  • ◊ faradic; faradisar-faradisation; farad-microfarad etc.

Faraday,MichaelModificar

  • sub n pr

faradicModificar

  • adj
  • faradic ????
  • pt: adj [Elect.] farádico/a
  • en: adj [Elec.] faradic

faradisarModificar

  • v
  • faradisar ????
  • pt: v faradizar (medicar com a electricidade indutiva)
  • en: v [Med.] to faradize

faradisationModificar

  • sub
  • faradisation ????
  • pt: n [Med.] faradização
  • en: n [Med.] faradization

faradismoModificar

  • sub

farandoleModificar

  • sub

farceModificar

  • sub
  • farce [F] ????
  • pt: n farce [F]
  • en: n 1. [Theat.] farce; 2. [Cookery] stuffing, forcemeat

farcirModificar

  • v
  • farcir ????
  • pt: v rechear
  • farcite ????
  • pt: adj/pp recheado/a

farcituraModificar

  • sub
  • farcitura ????
  • pt: n recheio
  • fard ????
  • pt: n [Cosm.] fard

fardarModificar

  • v
  • fardar ????
  • pt: v maquilhar
  • en: v to paint, make up;
  • fardar se to make up, paint oneself

fardatorModificar

  • sub

fardelloModificar

  • sub
  • fardello ????
  • pt: n fardete, fardel, pequeno fardo
  • en: n burden, load; also: pack, bundle

fardo (I)Modificar

  • sub

fardo (II)Modificar

  • sub
  • fardo¹ ????
  • en: n [Cosmetics] paint, make-up, rouge
  • ◊ fardar
  • fardo² ????
  • pt: n fardo, cargo
  • en: n bundle, bale
  • ◊ fardello

farinaModificar

  • sub
  • farina ????
  • pt: n farinha
  • en: n flour, meal
  • ◊ farinacee; farinero; fariniera; farinose; farinar; infarinar

farinaceeModificar

  • adj
  • farinacee ????
  • pt: adj farináceo/a
  • en: adj farinaceous

farinarModificar

  • v
  • farinar ????
  • pt: v fazer farinha)
  • en: v to flour (
  • to convert into flour)

farineroModificar

  • sub
  • farinero ????
  • pt: n farinheiro
  • en: n flour merchant

farinieraModificar

  • sub
  • fariniera ????
  • pt: n celeiro
  • en: n 1. flour bin;
  • 2. flour storehouse

farinoseModificar

  • adj
  • farinose ????
  • pt: adj farinhoso/a
  • en: adj floury

farragineModificar

  • sub

farraginoseModificar

  • adj

farsaModificar

  • sub
  • farsa ????
  • pt: n [Teat.] farsa
  • en: n [Theat.] farce
  • ◊ farsista; farsal; farsator

farsalModificar

  • adj
  • farsal ????
  • en: adj farcial

farsarModificar

  • v

farsatorModificar

  • sub
  • farsator ????
  • pt: n farsante
  • en: n joker, wag, farceur

farsistaModificar

  • sub
  • farsista ????
  • pt: n farsista, farsante
  • en: n farce writer

fasceModificar

  • sub
  • fasce ????
  • pt: n 1. facho; 2. feixe
  • en: n bundle; also: fagot;
  • fasce (del projector) beam (of the searchlight);
  • fasce molecular [Atomic Phys.] molecular beam
  • ◊ fasciculo-fascicular; fascina; fascismo; fascista-antifascista

fasciaModificar

  • sub

fasciateModificar

  • adj

fasciationModificar

  • sub

fascicularModificar

  • adj
  • fascicular ????
  • pt: adj fascicular
  • en: adj fascicular

fasciculateModificar

  • adj

fasciculationModificar

  • sub

fasciculoModificar

  • sub
  • fasciculo ????
  • pt: n fascículo (1. feixe pequeno; 2. parte de uma publicação (libro, enciclopédia, etc.))
  • en: n fascicle (1. bundle, cluster; 2. [Bookbinding] signature)

fascinaModificar

  • sub
  • fascina ????
  • pt: n feixe
  • en: n bundle, fagot; also: fascine

fascinanteModificar

  • adj
  • fascinante ????
  • pt: adj fascinante, fascinador
  • en: 1. ppr of fascinar  ; 2. adj fascinating

fascinarModificar

  • v
  • fascinar ????
  • pt: v fascinar
  • en: v to fascinate

fascinataModificar

  • sub

fascinationModificar

  • sub
  • fascination ????
  • pt: n fascinação
  • en: n fascination

fascinatorModificar

  • sub

fascinatorModificar

  • sub
  • fascinator ????
  • pt: n fascinador
  • en: n fascinator

fascinoModificar

  • sub
  • fascino (fá-) ????
  • pt: n 1. feitiço; 2. fascinação
  • en: n 1. spell, hex, evil eye;
  • 2. fascination
  • ◊ fascinar-fascinante, fascination, fascinator

fascismoModificar

  • sub
  • fascismo ????
  • pt: n fascismo
  • en: n fascism

fascistaModificar

  • adj

fascistaModificar

  • sub
  • fascista ????
  • pt: n fascista
  • en: n fascist

fascisticModificar

  • adj

fascistoideModificar

  • adj

fashionModificar

  • sub
  • fashion [A] ????
  • pt: n fashion [A]
  • en: n fashion (1. as in “the latest fashion”; 2. fashionable people)

fashionableModificar

  • sub
  • fashionable [A] ????
  • pt: adj fashionable [A]
  • en: adj fashionable

fastidiarModificar

  • v

fastidioseModificar

  • adj

fastidiositateModificar

  • sub

fastigiateModificar

  • adj

fastigioModificar

  • sub

fastoModificar

  • sub
  • fasto ????
  • pt: n fasto, fausto, pompa, ostentação
  • en: n pomp, display, ostentation
  • ◊ fastose

fastoseModificar

  • adj
  • fastose ????
  • pt: adj fastoso/a, pomposo/a
  • en: adj ostentatious

fastuoseModificar

  • adj

fastuositateModificar

  • sub
  • fata ????
  • pt: n fada (compare: fee)
  • en: see fee (fée) ????
  • fata morgana [I] ????
  • <b>pt: n fata morgana [I] (miragem)

fatalModificar

  • adj
  • fatal ????
  • pt: adj fatal;
  • hora fatal hora fatal, hora da morte
  • en: adj fatal (1. fated, fateful; 2. causing destruction or death);
  • hora fatal fatal hour, hour of death

fatalismoModificar

  • sub
  • fatalismo ????
  • pt: n fatalismo
  • en: n fatalism

fatalistaModificar

  • adj

fatalistaModificar

  • sub
  • fatalista ????
  • pt: n fatalista
  • en: n fatalist

fatalisticModificar

  • adj

fatalitateModificar

  • sub
  • fatalitate ????
  • pt: n fatalidade
  • en: n fatality (1. destiny; 2. calamity)

fatamorganaModificar

  • sub
  • fatate ????
  • pt: adj/pp encantado/a

fathomModificar

  • sub
  • fathom [A] ????
  • pt: n fathom [A]
  • en: n [Meas.] fathom

fatidicModificar

  • adj
  • fatidic (-ídic) ????
  • pt: adj fatídico/a, trágico/a
  • en: adj prophetic, fatidic

fatigaModificar

  • sub
  • fatiga ????
  • pt: n fadiga, cansaço
  • en: n fatigue, weariness
  • fatigabile ????
  • <b>pt: adj fadigavel, cansativo/a
  • en: adj easily tired

fatigabileModificar

  • adj

fatigabilitateModificar

  • sub

fatiganteModificar

  • adj
  • fatigante ????
  • pt: adj fatigante
  • en: adj fatiguing, tiring

fatigarModificar

  • v
  • fatigar ????
  • pt: v fatigar, fadigar, cansar
  • en: v to fatigue; also: to weary, tire, etc.
  • ◊ fatiga; fatigante; fatigabile-infatigabile-infatigabilitate; fatigate

fatigateModificar

  • adj
  • fatigate ????
  • pt: adj cansado/a
  • en: 1. pp of fatigar  ; 2. adj tired; also: weary

fatoModificar

  • sub
  • fato ????
  • pt: n [Mus.] fado (destino)
  • en: n fate (1. as in “the decrees of fate”; 2. lot or fortune)
  • ◊ fatal-fatalismo, fatalista, fatalitate; fatidic etc.

fatsiaModificar

  • sub

fatueModificar

  • adj
  • fatue ????
  • pt: adj fátuo/a
  • en: adj fatuous, foolish;
  • foco fatue ignis fatuus , will-o-the-wisp
  • ◊ fatuitate; infatuar

fatuitateModificar

  • sub
  • fatuitate ????
  • pt: n fatuidade
  • en: n fatuity

faunaModificar

  • sub
  • fauna ????
  • pt: n fauna
  • en: n fauna

faunalModificar

  • adj

faunescModificar

  • adj

faunicModificar

  • adj
  • faunic ????
  • pt: adj fáunico/a
  • en: adj faunal

faunisticModificar

  • adj

faunisticaModificar

  • sub

faunoModificar

  • sub
  • fauno ????
  • pt: n [Rom. Relig.] fauno
  • en: n [Rom. Relig.] faun
  • ◊ faunic, fauna

faustianModificar

  • adj

fauteuilModificar

  • sub
  • fauteuil [F] ????
  • pt: n fauteuil [F]

fauvismoModificar

  • sub

fauvistaModificar

  • adj

fauvistaModificar

  • sub

favismoModificar

  • sub

favoModificar

  • sub
  • favo ????
  • pt: n favo
  • en: n 1. honeycomb;
  • 2. [Pathol.] favus
  • ◊ favose

favorModificar

  • sub
  • favor ????
  • pt: n favor
  • en: n favor, good will;
  • billet de favor complimentary ticket;
  • in favor de on behalf of, in favor of
  • ◊ favorar-favorabile, disfavorar-disfavorabile; favorir-favorite-favorito, favoritismo; disfavor

favorabileModificar

  • adj
  • favorabile ????
  • pt: adj favorável
  • en: adj favorable

favorarModificar

  • v
  • favorar ????
  • pt: v favorecer
  • en: v to favor (1. to be in favor of; 2. to be favorable to)

favorirModificar

  • v
  • favorir ????
  • pt: v favorecer
  • en: v to favor (1. to be in favor of; 2. to be favorable to)

favoritaModificar

  • sub

favoriteModificar

  • adj
  • favorite ????
  • pt: adj favorecido/s
  • en: adj favorite

favoritismoModificar

  • sub
  • favoritismo ????
  • pt: n favoritismo
  • en: n favoritism

favoritoModificar

  • sub
  • favorito ????
  • pt: n favorito
  • en: n favorite (1. person regarded with peculiar favor; 2. person, horse, etc., expected to win in a contest)

favoseModificar

  • adj
  • favose ????
  • pt: adj favoso/a
  • en: adj [Pathol.] favose

faxModificar

  • sub

faxarModificar

  • v
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