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a (a dollar a dozen) prep • un dollar per dozena

a, an indef art • un

A, la (the note) [Mus] n • la

a (letter - ) n • littera a

a (per) prep • per

a bird in the hand is worth more than two in the bush phr • plus vale ave in le mano que cento volante

a certain something phr • un io non sape que

a chip off the old block phr • un pannetto del mesme drappo

a little at a time, gradually, by degrees, little by little adv • paulatim (-là-)

a lot adj • multo

a lot of adv • multe

a posteriori adj • aposteriori

a posteriori [L] adv • a posteriori

a priori adj • apriori, aprioristic

a priori [L] adv • a priori

a priori reasoner n • apriorista

a priori reasoning n • apriorismo

a shower bath, give a shower v • duchar (-sh-)

a tapering point [Bot] n • acumine Patrono:Dictionarios/Anglese-interlingua/a Aachen, Aix-la-Chapelle n • Aachen [G], Aquisgrano

aardwolf n • protele

Aaron [Bib] n • Aaron Patrono:Dictionarios/Anglese-interlingua/a aback adv • a retro

aback (taken -) v • attonite, stupefacte, surprendite

abacus n • abaco

abaft [Nav] adv/prep • detra

abandon, desert v • deserer [-ser-/-sert-]

abandon, forsake v • derelinquer [-linqu-/-lict-]

abandon n • abandono

abandon vt • abandonar, derelinquer

abandoned adj • abandonate, derelicte, desertate, relicte

abandonment (action of abandoning; state of being abandoned) n • abandono

abandonment n • abandonamento

abase v • abassar

abasement n • abassamento

abash v • disconcertar

abashed adj • disconcertate

abate (settle down, subside) v • subsider

abate (reduce) vt • reducer

abate (subside) vi • subsider

abate vi • remitter

abate vt • minuer

abatement n • diminution

abattoir n • macello

abattoir (slaughterhouse) n • abattitorio

abbacy n • abbatia (-ìa)

abbatial adj • abbatial

abbess n • abbatessa

abbey n • abbatia (-ìa)

abbot n • abbate

abbreviate v • abbreviar

abbreviated adj • abbreviate

abbreviated addressing [Comp] n • adresation abbreviate

abbreviation (abridgment) n • abbreviation

abbreviation n • abbreviation

abbreviation (shortened form of a word) n • abbreviatura

abbreviator n • abbreviator

abbreviator [R.C.Ch] n • abbreviator

abc's n • abece, alphabeto

abdicate (give up) v • abdicar

abdicate v • abdicar

abdication n • abdication

abdicative adj • abdicative

abdomen (belly, stomach) n • gastro

abdomen n • abdomine

abdominal adj • abdominal

abdominal (ventral) adj • ventral

abduce, lead away [Physiol] (abduct) v • abducer [-duc-/-duct-]

abduct (kidnap) v • raper

abduct v • abducer

abduction (carrying off illegally) n • rapto

abduction n • abduction

abduction [Physiol] n • abduction

abductor [Physiol] n • abductor

aberrance n • aberrantia

aberrant (abnormal) adj • anormal

aberrant adj • aberrante

aberrant (deviating from the normal type) adj • aberrante

aberrate, deviate v • aberrar

aberration n • aberration

abess n • abbatessa

abet v • adjutar, appoiar, esser complice

abettor n • adjutator, appoiator

abeyance (in -) adj • pendente

abeyance n • suspension

abhor (detest) v • detestar

abhor (hate) v • abhorrer

abhor v • abhorrer

abhorrence n • abhorrimento

abhorrent adj • abhorribile

abhorrent (detestable) adj • detestabile

abide (- an opinion) v • mantener

abide (- by a law) v • observar

abide (dwell) v • coler [col-/cult-]

abide vi • demorar

abide vt • tolerar

abiding (faithful) adj • fidel

abiding (law -) adj • observante le lege

ability (capacity) n • capacitate

ability, competence, qualification (adequate) n • sufficientia

ability n • habilitate

ability, skill n • habilitate

abiogenesis n • abiogenese, abiogenesis

abiogenesis (spontaneous generation) n • abiogenese (-génese), abiogenesis (-génesis)

abiogenetic adj • abiogenetic

abject (mean) adj • abjecte

abject (miserable) adj • abjecte

abjection (abjectness) n • abjection

abjection n • abjection

abjectness n • abjection

abjuration n • abjuration

abjure (renounce, recant, foreswear) v • renunciar

abjure (to forswear, recant, repudiate) v • abjurar

abjure v • abjurar

ablative adj • ablative

ablative [Gram] n • ablativo

ablative n • ablativo

ablative absolute [Gram] n • ablativo absolute

ablaze (glittering) adj • resplendente

ablaze (on fire) adv • in flammas

able adj • habile

able (be -) v • poter

able (capable) adj • capabile, capace

able, skilful adj • habile

able bodied adj • robuste, valide

able seaman n • marinero

able to loosen, loosing adj • lytic

ablution (washing; wash the body) n • ablution

ably adv • habilemente

abnegate, deny oneself v • abnegar

abnegation (giving up rights; self-denial) n • abnegation

abnormal adj • anormal

abnormality n • anormalitate

abnormally adv • anormalmente

aboard adv • a bordo, a bordo de

abode (domicile) n • domicilio

abode (house) n • casa

abolish v • abolir

abolishment (abolition) n • abolimento

abolition (abolishment) n • abolition

abolition n • abolition, dissolution

abolitionism n • abolitionismo

abolitionist n • abolitionista

abominable adj • abominabile

abominable (hateful, horrible) adj • abhorribile

abominably adv • abominabilemente

abominate v • abominar

abomination (loathing; loathsome object) n • abomination

abomination n • abomination

aboriginal adj • aboriginal

aborigine n • aborigine

abort (remain undeveloped or shrink away) [Biol] v • abortar

abort v • abortar

abortion, miscarriage n • abortamento

abortion n • aborto

abortive adj • abortive

abound, be abundant v • exuberar

abound (be plentiful) v • abundar

abound v • abundar, exuberar

abounding adj • abundante

abounding in fish adj • piscose

about (- to) phr • al - (+inf)

about adv • approximativemente, circa

about (around) prep • circa

about (be - to) v • esser super le puncto de

about (be -) v • esser super

about (concerning, on) prep • super (sù-)

about (concerning) prep • de, in re, re

about, of, on, concerning, regarding prep • re

about face n • reverso de direction

about face v • reversar direction

about forty n • quarantena

about thirty n • trentena

about town adj • cosmopolitan, urban

above adv • in alto

above (before) adv/prep • ante

above (on the top) adv • supra

above (over) prep • supra

above prep • super

above all phr • super toto

above mentioned phr • jam mentionate

aboveboard adj/adv • apertemente, sin deception

aboveground adv • al superficie terrestre

abracadabra (magical incantation) n • incantation (magic)

abracadabra n • abracadabra

abrade v • abrader [-rad-/-ras-]

abrade (wear away) v • abrader

Abraham [Bib] n • Abraham

abrasion n • abrasion

abrasive adj • abrasive

abrasive (irritating) adj • abrasive

abreast adv • in fila

abreast (three -) adv • in fila triple

abreast (two -) adv • in fila duple

abreast of the times phr • al currente del cosas

abridge (abbreviate) v • abbreviar

abridge v • abbreviar

abridgement (abbreviation) n • abbreviamento

abridgement n • summario

abridger (abbreviator) n • abbreviator

abridging (abbreviatory) adj • abbreviative

abroad adv • al estraniero, al extero

abrogable adj • abrogabile

abrogate (cancel) v • abrogar

abrogate v • abrogar

abrogating (rescinding) adj • abrogatori

abrogation, repeal n • abrogation

abrogative adj • abrogative

abrogator n • abrogator

abrupt adj • abrupte, brusc

abrupt (very steep) adj • abrupte

abruptly adv • abruptemente, bruscamente

Abruzzi n • Abruzzi

Absalom [Bib] n • Absalom

abscess n • abscesso

abscind, cut off v • abscinder [-scind-/-sciss-]

abscissa [Math] n • abscissa

abscond (go away and hide) v • discampar

absence n • absentia

absence v • absentia

absent adj • absente

absent minded adj • distracte

absent mindedness n • distraction

absent oneself v • absentar se

absent without leave (AWOL) adj • absente sin permisso

absentee n • absentista

absentee owner n • absentista

absenteeism n • absentismo

absentia (in -) phr • absentia (in - )

absentminded adj • distracte

absentmindedness n • distraction

absinthe (1. [Bot] Absinthium; 2. alcoholic liquor absinthe) n • absinthio

absinthial, absinthic adj • absinthic

absinthin [Chem] n • absinthina

absinthism [Med] n • absinthismo

absinthium [Bot] n • absinthio

absolute adj • absolute

absolute temperature n • temperatura absolute

absolutely adv • absolutemente

absolution (remission) n • absolution

absolutism n • absolutismo

absolutist n • absolutista

absolutory (absolving) adj • absolutori

absolve (acquit) v • absolver [-solv-/-solut-]

absolver (acquitter) n • absolutor

absolver n • absolutor

absorb (knowledge) v • assimilar

absorb (imbibe liquid) v • imbiber

absorb (- liquid) v • absorber [-sorb-/-sorpt-]

absorb, resorb v • resorber [-sorb-/-sorpt-]

absorbable adj • absorbibile

absorbed, engrossed, preoccupied adj • preoccupate (pp of preoccupar)

absorbency n • absorbentia

absorbent (absorbing substance) n • absorbente

absorbent adj • absorbente

absorbent cotton n • coton hydrophile, watta

absorption (imbibition) n • imbibition

absorption n • absorption

absorption, resorption n • resorption

absorption (soaking up) n • imbibimento

abstain (- from blood) v • abstiner se de sanguine

abstain (- from drinking) v • abstiner se de biber

abstain (- from voting) v • abstiner se de votar

abstain v • abstiner se de

abstemious adj • abstinente

abstemious (temperate) adj • abstemie

abstention n • abstention

abstentionist n • abstentionista

abstergent adj/n • abstergente

abstersion n • abstersion

abstersive (cleansing) adj • abstersive

abstinence n • abstinentia

abstract adj • abstracte

abstract [Logic] v • abstraher [-trah-/-tract-]

abstract n • summario

abstract v • abstraher

abstraction (1. [Logic]; 2. state of being lost in thought) n • abstraction

abstraction n • abstraction

abstractionism n • abstractionismo

abstruse adj • abstruse

abstruse (difficult to understand) adj • difficile de comprender

abstruse (hard to get to, concealed) adj • abstruse

abstruse (thrust away) adj • abstruse

absurd adj • absurde

absurd (extravagant) adj • extravagante

absurd, odd, strange adj • extravagante (ppr of extravagar)

absurdity n • absurditate, extravagantia, ineptia

absurdity (nonsense) n • ineptia

absurdity, oddness, strangeness n • extravagantia

absurdly adv • absurdemente

abundance, copiousness, plenty n • copia

abundance (copiousness) n • copiositate

abundance n • abundantia

abundance, uberty, fertility n • ubertate

abundant adj • abundante, copiose, ubere

abundantly adv • abundantemente

abuse (abuse) v • abusar (de)

abuse (improper or wrong use) n • abuso

abuse (injure) vt • injuriar

abuse (insult) n • insulto

abuse (insult) vt • insultar

abuse, invective n • invectiva

abuse (misuse) n • misuso

abuse (misuse) v • misusar

abuse n • abuso, invectiva

abuse of confidence (confidence trick) phr • abuso de confidentia

abuser (misuser) n • abusator

abusive (insulting) adj • injuriose

abusive (misusing) adj • abusive

abusive (of improper or wrong use) adj • abusive

abusive (reviling) adj • invective

abut on phr • confinar con

abutment n • confinamento

abysm n • abysmo

abysmal adj • abysmal

abysmally adv • abysmalmente

abyss n • abysso

abyss (whirlpool, gulf) n • gurgite (gùr-)

abyssal adj • abyssal

Abyssinia [Geog] n • Abyssinia

Abyssinian adj • abyssin

Abyssinian n • abyssino Patrono:Dictionarios/Anglese-interlingua/a -ac- (remedy) [occurring in compounds] n • aco-

acacia [Bot] n • acacia

acacia n • acacia

academia (the academics) n • academia (le - )

Academia pro Interlingua (Interlingua Association) n • Academia pro Interlingua

academic adj • academic

academical adj • academic

academician n • academico

Academus [Gr. Mythol] n • Academo

academy n • academia

Acanthaceae [Bot] n • acanthaceas

acanthaceous [Bot] adj • acanthacee

acanthophorous, spine-bearing adj • acanthophore [-òphore]

acanthus [Arch; Bot] n • acantho

acanthus n • acantho

acappella (singing without music) adv • acappella

accede (approach, assent) v • acceder [-ced-/-cess-]

accelerando [Mus] n • accelerando [I]

accelerate, quicken v • celerar

accelerate v • accelerar, accelerar (se)

acceleration n • acceleration

accelerator (1. anything which increases speed of motion; 2. contrivance for producing greater speed in a machine) n • accelerator

accelerator n • accelerator

accensibility, inflammability, combustibility n • accensibilitate

accensible, inflammable, combustible adj • accensibile

accent n • accento

accent (stress) n • accento

accent v • accentuar

accent mark n • accento

accentuate (accent) v • accentuar

accentuate v • accentuar

accentuation n • accentuation

accept v • acceptar

acceptability n • acceptabilitate

acceptable adj • acceptabile

acceptance n • acceptation

acceptation (standard meaning) n • acception

access (access to a place) n • accesso

access [Comp] n • accesso

access (fit) n • accesso

access n • accesso

access arm [Comp] n • brachio de accesso (brà-), bracio de accesso (brà-)

access time [Comp] n • tempore de accesso

access type [Comp] n • typo de accesso

accessibility n • accessibilitate

accessible adj • accessibile

accessible, approachable adj • abordabile

accessible (people) adj • abordabile

accessible (places) adj • accessibile

accession (accession to a dignity or a throne) n • accession

accession n • accession

accessory adj • accessori

accessory (adjunct) adj • accessori

accessory n • accessorio

accessory (object) n • accessorio

accessory (person) n • complice

accidence (1. [Gram]; 2. [Mus]; 3. chance; 4. contingency; 5. mishap; 6. nonessential quality) n • accidente

accidental adj • accidental, fortuite

accidental (1. happening by chance; 2. nonessential) adj • accidental

accidentally adv • accidentalmente

acclaim (acclamation) n • acclamation

acclaim (applaud) v • acclamar

acclaim v • acclamar

acclaimer n • acclamator

acclamation n • acclamation

acclimate v • acclimatar

acclimation n • acclimatation

acclimatization (acclimation) n • acclimatation

acclimatization n • acclimatisation

acclimatize (acclimate) v • acclimatar

acclimatize v • acclimatar, acclimatar (se)

accolade (ceremonious salutation and embrace) n • accollada

accommodate (adapt) v • accommodar

accommodate (adjust) v • adjustar

accommodate (lodge) v • albergar, allogiar

accommodate (settle disputes) v • accommodar

accommodating, complaisant adj • complacente

accommodation (adaptation, adapting) n • accommodation

accommodation (adjusting) n • adjustamento

accommodation (lodgings) n • albergo, allogiamento

accommodator n • accommodator

accomodating (ready to compromise) adj • transigente

accompaniment (1. [Mus]; 2. concomitant) n • accompaniamento

accompaniment n • accompaniamento

accompanist [Mus] n • accompaniator

accompany v • accompaniar

accompanying (action of) n • accompaniamento

accomplice n • complice (còm-)

accomplish (achieve) v • complir

accomplish v • complir

accomplished adj • experte

accomplished (perfect in acquirements) adj • complite (pp of complir)

accomplisher n • complitor

accomplishment (1. achievement; 2. action of accomplishing or achieving) n • complimento

accord (agreement) n • accordo

accord, grant v • accordar

accord n • accordo

accord (of one's own -) adv • spontaneemente

accord v • accordar, accordar (se)

accordance n • accordo. In accordance with • In accordo con, in harmonia con.

according prep • accordante

according as prep • secundo que

according to n/prep • secundo

according to prep • conforme a, secun (secundo)

accordingly adv • ergo, in consequentia, ita

accordingly, therefore, then, consequently adv • ergo

accordingly (under the circumstances) adv • ita

accordion n • accordion

accordionist n • accordionista

accost (address) v • abordar

accost v • accostar

accostable adj • accostabile

accostable, approachable adj • accostabile

account (bill) n • conto, nota

account (1. [Commer]; 2. calculation) n • conto

account (on - of) • a causa de

account (report) n • reporto

account (story) n • conto, relation, reporto

account for v • dar conto de

accountability n • responsabilitate

accountability (responsibility) n • responsabilitate

accountable adj • responsabile

accountancy, bookkeeping n • contabilitate

accountancy n • contabilitate

accountant (expert -) n • contabile

accountant n • contabile

accounting, bookkeeping adj • contabile

accouter (equip) v • equipar

accoutrements (equipment) n • equipage

accredit (send with credentials) v • accreditar

accredit v • accreditar

accreditation n • accreditation

accretion n • accrescimento, accumulamento

accrue v • accrescer, accumular

accumulate (heap up) v • accumular

accumulate v • accumular, accumular (se)

accumulation, heaping or piling up n • accumulamento

accumulation n • accumulation

accumulator (1. one who accumulates; 2. storage battery) n • accumulator

accuracy, exactitude n • exactitude

accuracy, exactness n • justessa

accuracy n • exactitude

accuracy (precision) n • precision

accurate adj • juste

accurate (correct) adj • correcte

accurate (exact) adj • exacte, juste

accurate (precise) adj • precise

accursed, cursed adj • maledicte

accursed (-st) adj • condemnabile

accurst (-ed) n • comdenato

accusation n • accusation

accusative adj • accusative

accusative [Gram] n • accusativo

accusative n • accusativo

accuse v • accusar

accused (defendant) n • accusato

accused [Jur] adj • accusate

accuser n • accusator

accusing (accusation) n • accusamento

accusing (accusatory) adj • accusatori

accustom, habituate v • habituar

accustom v • accostumar, habituar

accustomed (be -) past part • accostumate, consuete, habituate

accustomed (be - to) v • haber le costume de, soler

accustomed (usual) adj • accostumate (pp of accostumar)

accustomed (usual, wonted) adj • consuete

accustomed (wonted) adj • solite (sò-)

ace (1. [Aviation]; 2. cards; 3. dice; 4. highly skilled person; 5. tennis) n • asse

acephalous (headless) adj • sin capite

acerb (acrid, harsh) adj • acerbe

acerb adj • acerbe

acerbate v • acerbar

acerbity (bitterness in taste) n • acerbitate

acerbity n • acerbitate

acetabulum [Rom. Antiq] n • acetabulo

acetamide [Chem] n • acetamido(-àmido)

acetate [Chem] n • acetato

acetate n • acetato

acetic adj • acetic

acetification n • acetification

acetify v • acetificar

acetone [Chem] n • acetona

acetose adj • acetose

acetous (acetose) adj • acetose

acetylene [Chem] n • acetylen

acetylene n • acetylen

ache n • dolor, mal

ache, pain adv • mal

ache v • doler

Acheron n • Acheronte

aches (my head -) n • le capite me dole

achieve v • complir

achievement n • complimento

Achillea [Bot] n • achillea (-éa)

Achilles [Gr. Mythol] n • Achilles (-ìlles)

Achilles n • Achilles

achromatic (1. [Opt]; 2. colorless) adj • achromatic

achromatism n • achromatismo

achromatism [Opt] n • achromatismo

achromatization [Opt] n • achromatisation

achromatize [Opt] v • achromatisar

achromatopsy (complete color blindness) n • achromatopsia (-ìa)

achromatous (colorless) adj • achromate

acicula (needle, prickle) [Bot] n • acicula

acicular adj • acicular

acid adj • acide (àcide)

acid n • acido (àcido)

acid precipitation n • precipitation de aciditate

acid rain n • pluvia acide

acid test n • test de acido

acidic adj • acide, acidic

acidifiable adj • acidificabile

acidification n • acidification

acidify (make acid, convert into an acid) v • acidficar

acidify v • acidificar

acidimeter n • acidimetro (-ìmetro)

acidity n • aciditate

acidosis n • acidose, acidosis

acidulate (flavor with an acid) v • acidular

acidulous adj • acidule

acierage, steel plating n • acierage (-aje)

acieration (conversion into steel) n • acieration

acknowledge (- receipt of) v • accusar reception de

acknowledge v • admitter, recognoscer

acknowledgement n • admission, recognoscentia

acme n • culmine

acne n • acne

aco- (-ac-) (remedy) [occurring in compounds] n • aco-

acologic [Med] adj • acologic

acology [Med] n • acologia

acology [Med] n • acologia (-ìa)

acolyte n • acolyto

aconite [Bot] n • aconito

acorn n • glande

acorn-shaped, glandiform adj • glandiforme

acotyledon n • acotyledon

acoustic adj • acustic

acoustical adj • acustic

acousticly adv • acusticamente

acoustics n • acustica

acquaint v • informar, poner al currente

acquaintance, knowledge n • cognoscentia

acquaintance n • cognoscentia

acquaintance (person with whom one is acquainted) n • cognoscentia

acquainted with (be -) v • cognoscer, esser al currente de

acquiesce (agree without enthusiasm) v • acquiescer

acquiesce v • acquiescer

acquiescence n • acquiescentia

acquiescent adj • acquiescente (ppr of acquiescer)

acquirable adj • acquiribile

acquire v • acquirer [-quir-/-quest-/-quisit-]

acquirement n • acquisition

acquirer n • acquiritor

acquisition (act of acquiring) n • acquisition

acquisition n • acquisition

acquisition (thing acquired) n • acquesto, acquisition

acquit (free from obligation) v • absolver, disculpar

acquit (release from a duty or obligation) v • quitar

acquittal n • absolution

acre [A] n • acre

acreage n • area

acrid adj • acre

acrid (bitter) adj • acerbe, acride

acridness n • acritate

acrimonious adj • acrimoniose

acrimony (bitterness in argument) n • acrimonio

acrimony n • acrimonia

acro- (terminal, topmost) [occurring in compounds] adj • acr-

acrobat n • acrobata (-òbata)

acrobatic adj/n • acrobatic

acrobaticly adv • acrobaticamente

acrobatics n • acrobatia (-ìa)

acrobatism n • acrobatismo

acronym n • acromymo

acrophobia n • acrophobia

acropolis n • acropole

across adv • al altere latere (de), a transverso

across (over, beyond, on the farther side of) prep • trans

across prep • trans

acrostic (1. [Pros]; 2. initial spelled line verse) n • acrostichio

act (1. act of a play; 2. action, deed) n • acto

act (behave) v • conducer, conducer (se)

act (do) vi • ager

act (in the -) adv • in flagrante delicto

act n • acto

act (theat) v • jocar

act vt • representar

act of god n • caso fortuite

act of parliament n • statuto

act of parliament n • acto del parlamento, lege

act of soaking n • imbibition

acting n • joco

acting (temporary) adj • interimari (in le interim)

actinia (sea anemone) [Bot] n • actinia

actinic adj • actinic

actinium (Ac) n • actinio, actinium

action (1. act, acting; 2. lawsuit) n • action

action n • action

actionable adj • actionabile

activate v • activar

activation n • activation

active adj • active

active voice phr • voce active

activist n • activista

activity n • activitate

actor n • actor

actress n • actrice

acts of desperation phr • actos de desperation

acts of love phr • actiones de amor

acts of negligence phr • actiones de negligentia

acts of violence phr • actos de violentia, vias de facto

actual adj • actual, real

actual (real) adj • actual

actuality (actual existence) n • actualitate

actualization n • actualisation

actualize v • actualisar

actually adv • actualmente, in realitate

actuarial adj • actuarial

actuary n • actuario

actuary (risk calculator) n • actuario

actuary's office (or profession) n • actuariato

actuate (put into/set in action or motion) v • actionar, actuar

actuation n • actuation

acuity n • acuitate

aculeate [Zool/Bot] adj • aculeate

aculeiform adj • aculeiforme

acumen (keenness) n • acumine

acumen n • acumine

acuminate, pointed adj • acuminate (pp of acuminar)

acuminate, sharpen v • acuminar

acupuncture n • acupunctura

acupuncture (needle medicine) n • acupunctura

acupuncture v • acupuncturar

acutangular [Geom] (acute-angled) adj • acutangule

acute (1. acting keenly on the senses; 2. sharp-pointed; 3. shrewd, penetrating, keen) adj • acute

acute accent n • accento acute

acute angled [Geom] (acutangular) adj • acutangule

acute pain n • dolor acute

acuteness, sharpness n • acutessa Patrono:Dictionarios/Anglese-interlingua/a ad (advertising) [Amer] n • annuncio

ad hoc phr • ad hoc

ad infinitum phr • ad infinitum, sin fin

ad lib adj/adv • ad lib

ad lib (improvise) v • improvisar

adage n • adagio, proverbio

adagio adj/adv • adagio

adagio adv • lentemente

adagio [Mus] adv/n • adagio [I]

Adam [Bib] n • Adam

adamant adj • adamante

adamant (unyielding) adj • intransigente

Adamic adj • adamic

Adam's apple [Anat] n • pomo de adam

adapt v • adaptar, adaptar (se), appropriar, aptar

adaptability n • adaptabilitate

adaptable adj • accommodabile, adaptabile, appropriabile

adaptation, accommodation n • accommodation

adaptation (action of adapting) n • appropriation

adaptation n • adaptation

adapter (adaptor) n • adaptator

adaptor n • adaptator

add (add one thing to another) v • adder

add v • adder

add to v • annexar

add up [Math] v • additionar, summar

add up (sum up) v • summar

add up v • additionar

addenda n • addenda

addendum n • addendum (pl addenda) [NL]

adder [Comp] n • additionator, additor, summator

adder [Zool] n • vipera

addict (enthusiast) n • enthusiasta

addict (of drugs, substances) n • narcomano

addicted to drink, bibulous adj • bibule

addiction (drugs) n • narcomania

addiction (enthusiasm) n • enthusiasmo

adding machine n • calculator

addition (1. action of adding; 2. thing added) n • addition

addition (in -) conj/prep. phr • in plus

addition (in - to) prep • extra, in plus, preter

addition n • addition

addition (supplement) n • supplemento

additional adj • additional

additionally adv • additionalmente

additive adj • additive

addle (confuse) v • confuse

addled adj • putride

address (a letteror person) v • adressar

address (accost) v • abordar

address (1. address of/on a letter, package; 2. formal communication) n • adresse [F]

address [Comp] n • adresse

address n • direction

address (speak to) v • abordar

address (speech) n • discurso

address (1. to address a prayer to; 2. write the address on, direct) v • adressar

addressee n • destinatario

adduce (cite, give proof) v • adducer

adduce v • adducer [-duc-/-duct-]

adducer n • adductor

adduct [Med] v • adductar

adduction (1. [Physiol]; 2. act of adducing) n • adduction

adduction n • adduction

adductor [Physiol] n • adductor

adelpho- (adelph-) [occurring in compounds] (brother, twin) n • adelpho-

adenitis [Pathol] n • adenitis (-ìtis)

adenography n • adenographia (-ìa)

adenoid, adenoidal adj • adenoide

adenoidal, adenoid adj • adenoide

adenoids n • adenoides

adenoma [Pathol] n • adenoma

adenose, glandulous adj • adenose

adept n • adepto, experto

adept (skillful) adj • experte

adequate adj • adequate (pp of adequar), condigne, sufficiente

adequate, deserved adj • condigne

adequate vt • adequar

adequation n • adequation

adhere (- to an opinion, party) v • adherer [-her-/-hes-]

adhere (stick fast) v • adherer [-her-/-hes-]

adhere v • adherer

adherence (- to a treaty, a party) n • accession

adherence (attachment) n • adherentia

adherent adj • adherente

adherent (follower) n • adherente

adhesion (1. assent; 2. sticking) n • adhesion

adhesive n • adhesive

adhesive (sticking) adj • adhesive

adhesive plaster (sticking plaster) n • sparadrapo

adhesive tape n • sparadrapo

adiabatic adj • adiabatic

adieu, farewell n • adieu [F]

adieu (Fr) n • adeo, adieu

adipocere n • adipocera

adipose (1. - fat; 2. fatty) adj • adipose

adiposis (fatty degeneration) n • adiposis (-òsis)

adiposity (fatness) n • adipositate

adit (access, door, entrance, passage through which one enters) n • adito (àdi-)

adjacency (state of being adjacent) n • adjacentia

adjacent adj • adjacente, limitrophe

adjacent, circumjacent adj • circumvicin

adjectival (adjective) [Gram] adj • adjectival

adjective [Gram] adj • adjective

adjective [Gram] n • adjectivo

adjoin v • adjunger

adjoining adj • adjuncte

adjoining, contiguous adj • contigue

adjoining, near, neighboring adj • vicin, vicinal

adjourn (postpone) v • ajornar

adjourn v • ajornar

adjournment n • ajornamento

adjournment (postponement) n • ajornamento

adjudge (award judicially as a prize) v • adjudicar

adjudger (awarder) n • adjudicator

adjudging (awarding) adj • adjudicative

adjudgment (award) n • adjudication

adjudicate (judge a dispute) v • adjudicar

adjudicated adj • adjudicate

adjudication n • adjudication

adjudicator v • adjudicator

adjunct [Gram] n • adjuncto

adjunction (the act of joining or adding) n • adjunction

adjunctive adj • adjunctive

adjuration n • adjuration

adjuration (solemn command) n • adjuration

adjure v • adjurar

adjust v • adjustar

adjustable adj • adjustabile

adjustable (as in adjustable quarrel) adj • accommodabile

adjuster n • adjustator

adjustment (action of adjusting) n • adjustamento

adjustment (compromise) [Law] n • transaction

adjustment (settlement) n • adjustamento

adjutant (assistant, helper) n • adjutante

adjutant [Mil] n • adjutante

adjuvant, helpful adj • adjuvante (ppr of adjuvar)

administer, manage v • gerer [ger-/gest-]

administer (1. to direct, manage; 2. to furnish or apply) v • administrar

administer v • administrar, gerer

administrable adj • administrabile

administration (1. action of furnishing or applying; 2. management of public affairs, an institution, business; 3. persons collectively managing public affairs, an institution, business, etc.) n • administration

administration (management) n • gestion

administrative adj • administrative

administrator (manager) n • administrator

admirable adj • admirabile

admiral n • admiral

admiralship, admiralty n • admiralato

admiralty, admiralship n • admiralato

admiralty (1. government department in charge of naval affairs; 2. law or court of the admiralty) n • admiralitate

admiralty n • admiralitate

admiration n • admiration

admire v • admirar

admirer n • admirator

admiring adj • admirative

admissibility n • admissibilitate

admissible adj • admissibile

admission (acknowledgement) n • confession

admission (1. allowing entrance or access; 2. conceding the validity or truth of; 3. entrance, concession) n • admission

admit (1. acknowledge as valid or true; 2. allow in, concede; 3. allow to enter) v • admitter [-mitt-/-miss-]

admit (acknowledge) v • confessar

admittance n • admission

admix v • admiscer [-misc-/-mixt-]

admixtion n • admixtion

admixture (admixtion) n • admixtion

admonish (advise) v • moner

admonish v • admoner, admonestar, moner

admonish beforehand, forewarn v • premoner

admonisher, monitor n • monitor

admonishment n • admonestation, admonition

admonition (admonishment) n • admonestation

admonition n • admonestation, admonition, monition

admonitor (admonisher) n • admonitor

admonitory adj • admonitori

admonitory, monitory adj • monitori

ado (activity) n • activitate

ado (agitation) n • agitation

adobe [H] n • adobe

adobo [H] n • adobo

adolescence n • adolescentia

adolescent adj/n • adolescente

Adonian (Adonic) adj • adonie

Adonic adj • adonic

Adonic [Pros] n • adonico, adonio

Adonis [Gr. Mythol] n • Adonis (-dò-)

adopt, give birth to, bear (a child, a litter, etc) v • filiar

adopt v • filiar

adopt v • adoptar

adoptability n • adoptabilitate

adoptable adj • adoptabile

adopted child n • infante adoptate

adopter n • adoptator

adoption n • adoption, filiation

adoptive adj • adoptive

adoptive parent n • genitor adoptive

adorability n • adorabilitate

adorable adj • adorabile

adoration n • adoration

adoration (worship) n • adoration

adore v • adorar

adore (worship) v • adorar

adorer [Fem] n • adoratrice

adorer [Masc] n • adorator

adorn v • adornar, ornar, parar

adorn with gems, gem v • gemmar

adorn with gems (ingem) v • ingemmar

adorner n • adornator

adornment (action of adorning) n • adornamento

adornment, ornament n • ornamento

adrenal [Anat] adj • adrenal

adrenal, suprarenal [Anat] adj • suprarenal

adrenalin n • adrenalina

Adria [Geog] (city of) n • Adria

Adrian n • Adriano

Adrianople n • Adrianopolis (-òpolis)

Adriatic (- Sea) n • Mar Adriatic

Adriatic [Geog] n • Adriatico

Adriatic n • Adriatico

Adriatic (1. pertaining to the Adriatic; 2. pertaining to the city of Adria) adj • adriatic

adrift adj • flottante al deriva

adroit (adept) adj • adepte

adroit (expert) adj • experte

adroit (handy) adj • dextere

adroit (skillful) adj • habile

adulate (praise highly) v • adular

adulate v • adular

adulation n • adulation

adulator n • adulator

adulatory adj • adulatori

adult, grown-up adj • adulte

adult n • adulto

adulterate v • adulterar, alterar

adulteration (action of adulterating) n • adulteration, alteration

adulteration n • adulteration

adulterator n • adulterator

adulterer [Masc] n • adultero (-ùltero)

adulterer n • adulterator

adulteress [Fem] n • adultera (-ùltera)

adulterine adj • adulterin

adulterous adj • adulterose

adultery n • adulterio

adumbrate, overshadow v • adumbrar

adumbration, overshadowing n • adumbration

adust, burnt, scorched adj • aduste

advance (1. as in to advance a proposition; 2. go ahead; 3. to move forward; 4. to promote in rank) v • avantiar

advance (forward motion) n • avantiamento

advance (money) v • anticipar

advance n • avantia, avantiamento

advance (payment beforehand) n • avantia

advance (progress) n • progresso

advance (progress) v • progreder

advance a payment (-) v • anticipar un pagamento

advance guard, outpost [Mil] n • avantiata

advance payment n • pagamento anticipate

advancement n • avantiamento

advancement (promotion in rank) n • avantiamento

advancing, making progress adj • proficiente

advantage (having superiority) n • avantage

advantage n • avantage (-aje), partito

advantage, profit n • partito

advantage (take - of) v • prender avantage de

advantageous adj • avantagiose (-ajo-)

advent (arrival) n • advenimento

Advent [Eccl] n • Advento

advent n • advenimento

Advent n • Advento

Adventist n • adventista

adventitious (accidental) adj • adventicie

adventitious adj • adventicie

adventure n • aventura

adventure (venture, risk) v • aventurar, aventurar (se)

adventurer n • aventurero

adventurous adj • aventurose

adverb n • adverbio

adverbial adj • adverbial

adversary n • adversario

adversative [Gram] adj • adversative

adverse adj • adverse

adverse (contrary, unfavorable) adj • adverse

adversity, mishap, contrariety n • contrarietate

adversity n • adversitate

advert, have reference (to) v • adverter [-vert-/-vers-]

advertence, advertency n • advertentia

advertency, advertence n • advertentia

advertent, attentive adj • advertente (ppr of adverter)

advertise v • annunciar, facer reclamo (pro)

advertisement n • annuncio, reclamo

advertising, publicity n • publicitate, reclamo

advice (1. counsel; 2. notice) n • ariso

advice n • aviso, consilio

advisable adj • judiciose

advisable adj • consiliabile

advise, counsel v • consiliar

advise, give notice v • advertir

advise (1. to counsel; 2. to give information or notice to) v • avisar

advise, urge, persuade v • suader [suad-/suas-]

advise v • avisar, consiliar, moner, suader

advised adj • avisate

advised (ill -) adj • incaute

advised (well -) adj • judiciose, sage

advisedly adv • deliberatemente

adviser, consultant n • consultor

adviser, counsellor n • consiliator, consiliero

adviser n • consultor

advisory adj • consultative

advisory, consultative adj • consultative

advisory committee phr • committee consultative

advocacy n • defensa

advocate (champion, supporter) n • advocato

advocate [Law] n • advocato

advocate n • advocato, favorar, recommendar

adynamia [Med] n • adynamia (-ìa)

adynamia n • adynamia

adynamic adj • adyname

adynamic adj • adynamic

adynamic [Med] adj • adynamic

adze (adz) n • hachetto Patrono:Dictionarios/Anglese-interlingua/a Aegean (- Sea) n • Egeo (-géo)

Aegean (- Sea) n • Egeo

Aegean adj • egee (-gée)

Aegean adj • egee

aegean adj • egee

Aegean Sea n • Mar Egee

Aegeus [Gr. Mythol] n • Egeo (-géo)

Aegeus [Gr. Mythol] n • Egeo

aegis [Gr. Antiq] n • egide (égide)

aegis [Gr. Antiq] n • egide

aegis n • egide

aegis n • protection

aegis (shield, protection) n • egide

aegis (shield, protection) n • egide (égide)

aegis (under the - of) phr • sub le egide de

Aeneas [Gr. Mythol] n • Eneas

Aeneas [Gr. Mythol] n • Eneas (-né-)

Aeneid [Lat. Lit] n • Eneide (-néi-)

Aeneid [Lat. Lit] n • Eneide

Aeolian (of Aeolus) adj • eolic

Aeolian (of Aeolus) adj • eolie

Aeolus [Mythol] n • Eolo

Aeolus [Mythol] n • Eolo (é-)

aerate v • aerar

aeration, airing n • aerage (-aje)

aeration, airing n • aerage

aeration, airing n • aeration

aerial adj • aeree

aerial n • antenna

aerial view phr • vista aeree

aeriferous adj • aerifere

aerification n • aerification

aeriform adj • aeriforme

aerify (change to an aeriform state) v • aerificar

aerobatics n • aerobatica

aerobe [Biol] n • aerobio

aerobic [Biol] adj • aerobie

aerodrome n • aerodromo

aerodrome n • aerodromo (òdromo)

aerodynamic adj • aerodynamic

aerodynamics n • aerodynamica

aerodyne n • aerodyno

aerofoil n • aerofilo

aerography n • aerographia (-ìa)

aerography n • aerographia

aerolite n • aerolitho (-òlito)

aerolite n • aerolitho

aerolith n • aerolitho

aerolitic adj • aerolitic

aerology n • aerologia (-ìa)

aerology n • aerologia

aerometer n • aerometro (-òmetro)

aerometer n • aerometro

aerometry n • aerometria

aerometry n • aerometria (-ìa)

aeronaut, airman n • aeronauta

aeronaut n • aeronauta

aeronautic adj • aeronautic

aeronautic (al) adj • aeronautic

aeronautical adj • aeronautic

aeronautics n • aeronautica

aeroplane (airplane) n • aeroplano

aeroplane n • avion

aerosol (mist) n • aerosol

aerosol (spray canister) n • atomisator

aerostat [Aeronaut] n • aerostato

aerostat [Aeronaut] n • aerostato (-òstato)

aerostatic adj • aerostatic

aerostatics n • aerostatica

aerostation n • aerostation

Aeschylus n • Eschylo

Aeschylus n • Aeschylo

Aeschylus n • Eschylo (és-)

Aesculapius [Gr. Mythol] n • Esculapio

Aesculapius n • Aesculapio

Aesop [Gr. Lit] n • Esopo

Aesop n • Aesop

Aesopian, Aesopic adj • esopic

aesthete, esthete n • estheta

aesthetic adj • esthetic

aesthetic, esthetic adj • esthetic

aesthetical adj • esthetic

aesthetically adv • estheticamente

aestheticly adv • estheticamente

aesthetics (esthetics) n • esthetica

aesthetics n • esthetica

aetiology n • aetiologia

Aetna, Etna n • Etna Patrono:Dictionarios/Anglese-interlingua/a afar adv • a un distantia, a distantia

afar adv • a distantia, a un distantia

afar (from -) adv • de longe

affability n • affabilitate

affable adj • affabile

affable (friendly) adj • affabile

affair (amorous -) n • affaire amorose

affair [F] (concern) n • affaire

affair [F] (event) n • affaire

affair, matter, thing n • re

affair n • pragma

affair n • re

affect (concern) v • concernar

affect (have an affection for) v • affectar

affect (have an effect on) v • afficer

affect (have an effect on) v • afficer [-fic-/-fect-]

affect (impress) v • impressionar

affect (influence) v • influer super

affect (pretend, feign) v • affectar

affect (pretend) n • affectar

affect v • conmover

affect v • mover

affect v • afficer

affect with caries, rot [Med] v • cariar

affectation (artificiality of manner) n • affectation

affectation n • affectation

affectation n • preciositate

affectation, preciosity n • preciositate

affected adj • affectate

affected (full of affectation) adj • affectate

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

affected, impressed (deeply) adj • penetrate

affected pose n • posa

affected with caries, carious adj • cariate

affected with carries, carious adj • cariose

affection (fondness) n • affecto

affection (fondness) n • affection

affection (love) n • dilection

affection n • affection

affection [Pathol] n • affection

affection (tenderness) n • teneressa

affection (the fact or state of being affected or acted upon) n • affection

affectionate adj • affectionate (pp of affectionar)

affectionate adj • affectionate

affectionate, loving adj • affectuose

affectionate devotion n • pietate

affective (emotional) adj • affective

affiance, betroth v • fidantiar

affidavit (written statement made on oath) n • affidavit (-àvit)

affidavit (written statement made on oath) n • affidavit

affiliate (affiliated) adj • affiliate

affiliate (receive or connect as member, branch, etc.) v • affiliar

affiliate v • affiliar (se)

affiliate v • affiliar

affiliated (pp of affiliar) adj • affiliate

affiliation n • affiliation

affiliation (with a group) n • affiliation

affinity (attraction) n • affinitate

affinity (of similar structure) n • affinitate

affinity (relationship by marriage) n • affinitate

affinity (resemblance, likeness) n • affinitate

affirm, assert v • asserer

affirm, assert v • asserer [-ser-/-sert-]

affirm (assert) v • affirmar

affirm (confirm it is true) v • affirmar

affirm, maintain v • pretender

affirm, maintain v • pretender [-tend-/-tent-/-tens-]

affirm positively, asseverate v • asseverar

affirmable adj • affirmabile

affirmation (affirmative proposition) n • affirmation

affirmation, assertion n • assertion

affirmation (assertion) n • affirmation

affirmation n • affirmation

affirmative adj • affirmative

affirmative (affirmative statement, reply, etc.) n • affirmativa

affirmative, assertive adj • assertive

affirmer n • affirmator

affirming, assertory adj • assertori

affix (fasten) v • affiger

affix (fasten) v • affiger [-fig-/-fix-]

affix [Gram] n • affixo

affix n • affixo

affix v • affixar

afflict, torment v • remorder [-mord-/-mors-]

afflict, torment v • remorder

afflict v • affliger [-flig-/-flict-]

afflict v • affliger

afflict v • remorder

affliction, distress n • affliction

affliction n • affliction

affliction, passion, suffering n • pathos (pàtos)

affliction, passion, suffering n • pathos

affluence (as in affluence of people) n • affluentia

affluence (concourse, flowing towards) n • affluentia

affluence (opulence) n • affluentia

affluence (profusion) n • affluentia

affluent adj • affluente

affluent (opulent) adj • affluente

affluent, tributary (stream) n • affluente

afflux n • affluxo

afford (give) v • dar

afford (we cannot -) v. phr • nos non pote tolerar le expensa de

affording compensation (compensative) adj • compensative

afforest v • afforestar

affray (brawl) n • rixa

affront (insult) n • affronto

affront n • affronto

affront (to face in defiance) v • affrontar

affront (to insult to the face) v • affrontar

affront v • affrontar

affronter (insulter) n • affrontator

affronting (insulting) (act of) n • affrontamento

affusion n • affusion

afghan adj • afghan

afghan n • afghano

Afghanistan [Geog] n • Afghanistan

afield (astray) adv • disviate

afield (far -) adv • multo lontan

aflame (in flames) adj/adv • in flammas

aflame (inflamed) adj • inflammate

afloat adj • flottante

afloat adj • in barca

aflutter adj • nervosemente excitate

afoot adj/adv • in motion

aforementioned adj • lo mentionate previemente

aforementioned, aforesaid adj • precitate

aforesaid adj • lo citate previemente

aforesaid adj • precitate

aforesaid, aforementioned adj • precitate

afraid adj • pavorose

afraid adj • apprehensive

afraid adj • timorose

afraid (be - of) v • haber timor de

afraid (be - of) v • haber pavor de

afresh adv • de nove

Africa [Geog] n • Africa

Africa n • Africa (à-)

Africa n • Africa

African adj • african

african adj • african

african n • africano

African n • africano

after adv • pois

after adv • depost

after adv • post

after adv • postea

after adv • secundo

after conj • post que

after (following) prep • secun

after (just -) phr • subinde

after (just -) phr • sovente

after prep • depois

after prep • post

after prep • depost

after all prep • post toto

after that, thereupon, tenceforward, from that time adv • inde

afterbirth [Anat] n • placenta

afterbirth [Anat] n • secundinas

after-burner n • becco de post-ignition

after-care n • cura de convalescentia

after-effect [Med] n • sequela

after-effect n • consequentia

after-effect n • repercussion

afterglow n • brillantia restante

afterimage n • imagine restante

afterlife n • vita post-morte

aftermath n • effectos

aftermath n • resultato

aftermath n • consequentias

afternoon n • postmeridie

afterthought n • reflexion posterior

afterwards adv • depost

afterwards adv • depois

afterwards adv • pois

afterwards adv • postea

afterwards adv • post

afterwards (after) adv • post

afterwards (later) adv • depois (-pòis)

afterwards (later) adv • depois

afterwards (later) adv • depost

afterwards (next in order) adv • deinde

afterwards (next in order) adv • deinde (déin-)

afterwards (then, following in time) adv • deinde (déin-)

afterwards (then, following in time) adv • deinde

afterwards (thereafter) adv • postea Patrono:Dictionarios/Anglese-interlingua/a again adv • de novo

again adv • altere vice

again adv • novemente

again adv • re-

again adv • de nove

again, anew adv • itero

again, anew adv • itero (ì-)

again, attach, fasten v • reattaccar

again, attack, assail v • reattaccar

again and again adv • repetitemente

against prep • erga

against prep • contra

against one's will, unwillingly adv • nolente

agape (love) n • amor christian

agape (love) n • agape

agar [Bot] n • agar

agar [Bot] n • gellatina de alga

agar-agar n • agar-agar

agar-agar n • agar-agar [Mal]

agaric [Bot] adj • agaric

agaric [Bot] n • agarico

agate adj • agatin

agate, agatine adj • agatin

agate n • agata

agate (the stone agate) n • agata

agate (the stone agate) n • agata (à-)

agatiferous adj • agatifere

agatiform adj • agatiforme

agave [Bot] n • agave

age (1. lapse of time; 2. period in life) n • etate

age (long period of time) n • evo

age n • evo

age (oldness) n • vetustate

age (oldness) n • vetulessa

age (period) n • epocha

age vi • inveterar

age (years) n • etate

aged adj • vetule

agency (as in news agency, real estate agency, etc.) n • agentia

agency n • agentia

agenda (memorandum book) n • agenda

agenda n • ordine del die

agent (1. active power; 2. one who acts for another) n • agente

agent (emissary) n • emissario

agent (minister) n • ministro

agent n • mandatario

agent n • agente

agent (representant) n • representante

agent, representative n • ministro

agglomerate (gather into a mass) v • agglomerar

agglomerate (gather or heap together) v • agglomerar

agglomerate n • agglomerato

agglomeration n • agglomeration

agglutinant, agglutinative adj • agglutinante

agglutinant, agglutinative adj • agglutinante (ppr of agglutinar)

agglutinate, stick or glue together v • agglutinar

agglutinating, agglutinative adj • agglutinative

agglutination n • agglutination

agglutinative, agglutinating adj • agglutinative

aggrandize (augment) v • augmentar

aggrandize (increase the power, wealth, or rank, of) v • aggrandir

aggrandize (make bigger) v • aggrandisar

aggrandizement n • aggrandimento

aggravate (infuriate) v • exasperar

aggravate, make worse (a disease, pain, etc.) v • exasperar

aggravate (make worse) v • aggravar

aggravate (worsen) v • aggravar

aggravated [Law] adj • qualificate pp of qualificar

aggravating (annoying) adj • exasperante

aggravating (making worse) adj • aggravante

aggravation (act of aggravating, or state of being aggravated) n • aggravation

aggravation (annoyance) n • exasperation

aggravation (making worse) n • aggravation

aggravation n • aggravamento

aggravation (of disease, pain, etc.) n • exasperation

aggravator n • aggravator

aggregate adj • collective

aggregate adj • total

aggregate (collect or unite into a mass or sum) v • aggregar

aggregate, inclusive etc., total adj • global

aggregate n • aggregato

aggregate n • total

aggregate v • aggregar (se)

aggregate v • aggregar

aggregation n • aggregation

aggregative adj • aggregative

aggression n • aggression

aggressive adj • aggressive

aggressor, attacker n • insultator

aggressor n • aggressor

aggrieve n • offender

aghast adj • horrificate

agile adj • agile

agile, fleet, nimble adj • legier (-jér)

agile, fleet, nimble adj • legier

agile, nimble, quick adj • preste

agile (nimble) adj • agile

agile (nimble) adj • legier

agility, fleetness, nimbleness n • legieressa

agility, fleetness, nimbleness n • legieressa (-jer-)

agility n • agilitate

agility, nimbleness, quickness n • prestessa

agio, exchange premium [Commer] n • agio

agio, exchange premium [Commer] n • agio (ajo)

agiotage, exchange business, stockbroking n • agiotage (ajotaje)

agiotage, exchange business, stockbroking n • agiotage

agitate (1. to move or shake violently) v • agitar

agitate (stir up) v • agitar

agitation (1. violent moving or shaking; 2. disturbance, excitement) n • agitation

agitation, commotion, tremor (violent physical or mental disturbance) n • commotion

agitation n • agitation

agitation, trepidation n • trepiditate

agitator (1. [Pol]; 2. apparatus for shaking or mixing) n • agitator

agitator n • agitator

aglet, aiguillette n • agulietta

agnate (on father's side) adj • de parte del patre

agnostic adj • agnostic

agnostic n • agnostico

agnosticism (can't know for sure) n • agnosticismo

agnosticism n • agnosticismo

ago (a moment -) phr • jam

ago (a year -) phr • ante un anno

ago adv • retro

ago adv • in passato

ago adv • passate

ago (long -) phr • pridem

agog (excited) adj • excitate

-agogue [occurring in compounds] adj • -agog-

agon [Gr. Antiq] n • agon

agonist [Gr. Antiq] n • agonista

agonistic [Gr. Antiq] adj • agonistic

agonize (anguishing, suffering) v • agonisar

agonize, suffer mental anguish v • agonisar

agonizing adj/pres. part • atroce

agonizing adj/pres. part • agonisante

agony (1. death struggle; 2. extreme pain of mind) n • agonia

agony (1. death struggle; 2. extreme pain of mind) n • agonia (-ìa)

agony (agony) n • agonia

agony (anguish) n • angustia

agora [Gr. Hist] n • agora (àgora)

agora [Gr. Hist] n • agora

agoraphobe [Pychopathol] n • agoraphobo

agoraphobe [Pychopathol] n • agoraphobo (-àphobo)

agoraphobia (fear of open places) n • agoraphobia

agoraphobia [Psychopathol] n • agoraphobia (-ìa)

agoraphobia [Psychopathol] n • agoraphobia

agoraphobic adj • agoraphobe

agoraphobic adj • agoraphobe (-àphobe)

agoraphobic adj • agoraphobic

agrarian adj • agrari

agree (be in agreement) v • concordar

agree (come to an agreement) v • convenir

agree (come to an agreement) v • convenir [-ven-/-vent-]

agree (concur) v • esser de accordo

agree (concur) v • consentir

agree [Gram] v • concordar

agree v • convenir

agreeable adj • agradabile

agreeable, pleasing adj • agradabile

agreeableness, pleasantness n • agradamento

agreement (concurrence) n • accordo

agreement n • concordantia

agreement (pact) n • convention

agreement, treaty n • tractato

agreement (treaty) n • tractato

agricultural adj • agricole

agricultural, agronomic adj • agronomic

agricultural, farming adj • aratori

agriculturalist n • agricola

agriculturalist n • agricola (-ìcola)

agriculture, farming n • agricultura

agriculture n • agricultura

agriculturist n • agricultor

agronomic, agricultural adj • agronomic

agronomist n • agronomo (-rò-)

agronomist n • agronomo

agronomy, agronomics n • agronomia (-ìa)

agronomy, agronomics n • agronomia

aground adv • arenate

aground (run -) v • arenar

aground (run -) v • arenar (se) Patrono:Dictionarios/Anglese-interlingua/a ah interj • eia

ah interj • ei

ah interj • heia

ah interj • ah

aha interj • heia

aha interj • aha

ahead adj • ante

ahead adj • avante

ahead adv • ante

ahead adv • avante

ahem interj • ehem Patrono:Dictionarios/Anglese-interlingua/a aid, assist v • coadjuvar [-juv-/-jut-]

aid, assist v • subvenir

aid, assist v • coadjuvar

aid, assist v • subvenir [-ven-/-vent-]

aid, help n • adjuta

aid, help n • auxilio

aid, help v • adjuvar

aid, help v • adjuvar [-juv-/-jut-]

aid, help v • auxiliar

aid, help v • juvar [juv-/jut-]

aid, help v • adjutar

aid, help v • juvar

aid n • auxilio

aid n • adjuta

aid n • subvention

aid n • succurso

aid v • auxiliar

aid v • adjuvar

aid v • succurrer

aid v • adjutar

aide (assistant) n • adjuta

aigrette [F] n • aigrette

aiguillette, aglet n • agulietta

ail v • doler

ail v • penar

aileron n • aleron

ailment n • maladia

ailment n • infirmitate

ailment n • morbo

aim (- a gun) v • punctar un arma

aim (- a telescope) v • punctar un telescopio

aim (as in take aim, good aim, etc.) n • mira

aim (blow) vt • diriger

aim (end) n • fin

aim (goal) n • gol

aim (intend) vi • aspirar

aim (intend) vi • intender

aim (intend) vi • intender (de)

aim (intend) vi • aspirar (a)

aim (mil) v • mira

aim, object n • scopo

aim (object) n • objecto

aim (objective) n • objectivo

aim (purpose) n • proposito

aim (scope) n • scopo

aim (take aim) v • visar

aim at (take) v • mirar

aim at (target) v • visar

aim at (target) v • mirar

aiming, pointing (of guns, etc) n • punctage (-aje)

aiming, pointing (of guns, etc) n • punctage

aimless adj • sin proposito

aimlessly adv • sin proposito

ain't (isn't) v • non es

air (1. atmospheric air; 2. appearance; 3. melody) n • aere

air adj • aeree

air (airy, aerial) adj • aeree

air (expose to the open air) v • aerar

air (in the open) prep. phr • al aere libere

air n • aere

air v • aerar

air condition v • climatisar

air conditioning n • climatisation

air hostess n • stewardessa

air pressure n • pression atmospheric

air raid n • incursion aeree

airborne adj • portate per le aere

air-condition v • climatisar

air-conditioning n • climatisation

aircraft n • aeronave, aeronaves

aircraft n • avion(es)

aircraft carrier n • porta-aviones

airfield n • aerodromo

airfield n • campo de aviation

airforce n • fortia aeree

airforce n • armea aeree

airing, aeration n • aerage

airing, aeration n • aerage (-aje)

airing, aeration n • aeration

airing n • aeration

airing n • ventilation

airline n • linea aeree

airmail (by -) adv/n • per avion

airmail (by -) adv/n • via aeree

airmail n • posta aeree

airman, aeronaut n • aeronauta

airman n • aviator

airman n • aeronauta

airplane (by -) adv/n • per aeroplano

airplane (by -) adv/n • per avion

airplane (by -) adv/n • via aeree

airplane n • avion

airplane n • aeroplano

airport n • aeroporto

airs (put on -) phr • dar se aeres

airship n • nave aeree

airship n • aeroplane

airship n • aeronave

airship n • avion

airsickness n • mal de aviatores

airtight adj • hermetic

aisle n • passage

aisle n • nave lateral

Aix-la-Chapelle, Aachen [G] n • Aachen

Aix-la-Chapelle, Aachen n • Aquisgrano Patrono:Dictionarios/Anglese-interlingua/a ajar adj • semiaperte Patrono:Dictionarios/Anglese-interlingua/a alabaster (as in gypseous alabaster) n • alabastro

alabaster (Oriental alabaster) n • alabastrite

alabastrine, alabaster adj • alabastrin

alacritous, eager, brisk adj • alacre (àl-)

alacritous, eager, brisk adj • alacre

alacrity, eagerness, briskness n • alacritate

alacrity (quickness) n • alacritate

alarm (1. call to arms; 2. fright) n • alarma

alarm (1. to call to arms; 2. to startle) v • alarmar

alarm, alert n • alerta

alarm (alert) n • alerta

alarm (alert) n • alerta

alarm, give the alarm to v • alertar

alarm n • alarma

alarm v • alertar

alarm v • alarmar

alarm clock n • eveliator

alarming adj • alarmante

alarming adj • alarmante (ppr of alarmar)

alarmist n • alarmista

alas interj • guai

Alaska [Geog] n • Alaska

Alaska (State of -) n • le Stato de Alaska

alb [Eccl] n • alba

Albania [Geog] n • Albania

Albania n • Albania

albatross [Ornith] n • albatros

albeit conj • benque

Alberta [Geog] n • Alberta

albiflorous, white-flowered adj • albiflor

albinism n • albinismo

albino adj • albin

albino n • albino

album n • album (àl-)

album n • album

albumen (1. white of an egg 2. [Bot]) n • albumine

albumen (egg-white) n • albumine

albumin [Biochem] n • albumina

albumin [Biochem] n • albumina (-ùmina)

albumin (complex protein) n • albumina

albuminoid, albuminoidal adj • albuminoide

albuminoid [Biochem] n • albuminoide

albuminous, albuminose adj • albuminose

albuminuria [Pathol] n • albuminuria

alburnum (sapwood) n • alburno

alcalde (mayor of a Spanish town, etc.) n • alcalde

alcalde (mayor of a Spanish town, etc.) n • alcalde [H]

alchemical adj • alchimic

alchemist n • alchimista

alchemy n • alchimia (-ìa)

alchemy n • alchimia

alcohol n • alcohol [NL]

alcohol n • alcohol

alcoholic adj • alcoholic

alcoholic n • alcoholico

alcoholism n • alcoholismo

alcoholization n • alcoholisation

alcoholize v • alcoholisar

alcove n • alcova

alcove (recessed portion of a room) n • alcova

alderman n • legislator urban

ale (brown -) n • bira obscur

ale n • ale

ale n • ale [A]

ale n • bira

ale (pale -) n • bira clar

aleatoric (random) adj • aleatori

aleatory (random) adj • aleatori

alembic adj • alembic

alert adj • alerte, alerte

alert adj • vigilante

alert adj • alerte

alert, alarm n • alerta

alert [Mil] n • alerta

alert n • alerta

alert n • alerta

alert v • alertar

alert v • alertar

alert (vigilant) adj • alerte

alert, watchful adj • alerte

alertness n • vigilantia

Aleut n • aleut

Aleutian adj • aleutic

Alexandria n • Alecandria

Alexandrian (1. of Alexandria; 2. of Alexander the Great) adj • alexandrin

alexandrian adj • alexandrine

alexandrian adj • hellenistic

Alexandrian (of Alexandria) adj • alexandrian

Alexandrine [Pros] adj • alexandrin

Alexandrine [Pros] n • alexandrino

alfalfa, lucerne [Bot] n • lucerna

alfalfa n • alfalfa

alfalfa n • lucerna

alga n • alga

algae n • algas

algebra n • algebra

algebra n • algebra (àl-)

algebraic adj • algebraic

algebraic, algebraical adj • algebric

algebrist n • algebrista

Alger n • Alger

Algeria [Geog] n • Algeria

Algeria n • Algeria

algerian adj • algerian

Algerian, Algerine adj • algerian

Algerian n • algeriano

algerian n • algeriano

algesia (sensitivity to pain) [Med] n • algesia (-ìa)

algesia (sensitivity to pain) [Med] n • algesia

Algiers n • Alger

algo-, alg- (pain) occurring in derivatives and compounds] n • algo

algol [Comp] n • lingua de programmation algol

algometer [Psychol] n • algometro (-ònetro)

algometer [Psychol] n • algometro

algometric [Psychol] adj • algometric

algometry (measurement of sensitivity to pain) [Psychol] n • algometria (-ìa)

algometry (measurement of sensitivity to pain) [Psychol] n • algometria

algonquian adj • algonquian

algonquian (amerindian) n • algonquiano

algorithm n • algorithmo

algorithmic adj • algorithmic

alias adv • alias (àl-)

alias adv • alias

alias n • pseudonymo

alibi n • un alibi

alibi n • alibi (àl-)

alibi n • alibi

alibility n • alibilitate

alible, nutritive, nourishing adj • alibile

alien (different) adj • alien

alien (differing in nature) adj • alien

alien (foreign) n • estranie

alien n • estraniero

alienability n • alienabilitate

alienable adj • alienabile

alienate (1. to transfer ownership of; 2. to estrange) v • alienar

alienate, estrange v • estraniar

alienate (force a separation) v • estraniar

alienate v • alienar

alienation (1. transfer of ownership to another; 2. estrangement; 3. insanity) n • alienation

alienation, estrangement n • estraniamento

alienation n • alienation

alienator n • alienator

alienee n • alienatario

alienism [Med] n • alienismo

alienist n • alienista

alight (- on water) phr • amarar

alight (aflame) adj • in flammas

alight (illuminated) adj • illuminate

alight (set -) v • accender

alight (set -) v • incender

alight v • atterrar

alight v • descender

alight on water [Aeronaut] v • amarar

alighting on water (action of -) [Aeronaut] n • amarage (-aje)

alighting on water (action of -) [Aeronaut] n • amarage

align (range or place in a line) v • alinear

align v • alinear

alignment (action of aligning) n • alineamento

alignment n • alineamento

alike adj • simile

alike adj • similar

alike adv • del mesme maniera

alike adv • equalmente

alike (equal) adj • equal

alimental (nourishing) adj • alimental

alimentary adj • alimentari

alimentary canal, enteron [Anat/Zool] n • enteron (én-)

alimentary canal, enteron [Anat/Zool] n • enteron

alimentation, nourishment n • alimentation

alimenter, feeder n • alimentator

alimony n • alimentos (post-marital)

alimony n • alimentos

alive adj • vive

alive (be -) v • viver

alive (be -) v • spirar

alive (be -) v • esser

alive, live, living adj • vive

alive, living adj • vivente

alive (living) adj • vivente

alive (make -) v • animar

alive (make -) v • vivificar

alive (make -) v • reanimar

alive and well adj. phr • san e salve

alizarin, madder root n • alizarina

alkali n • alcali

alkalimeter n • alcalimetro

alkalimeter n • alcalimetro (-ì-)

alkaline adj • alcalin

alkaline n • alcalino

alkalinity n • alcalinitate

alkalization n • alcalisation

alkalize v • alcalisar

alkaloid n • alcaloide

all (1. as in all the cheese; 2. as in all the books) adj • omne

all (1. the whole of; 2. all the parts, members, etc. of a whole series or group) adj • tote

all (above -) adv • super toto

all adj • omne

all adj • tote

all adv • completemente

all (after -) adv • post toto

all (at -) adv • del toto

all (everybody) pron • omnes

all, everything n • toto

all (everything) pron • toto

all n • toto

all (not at -) adv • nullemente

all pron • omnes (òm-)

all pron • omnes

all clear n • toto ben

all clear n • toto clar

all out adj/adv • con maxime fortia

all over adv • in tote parte

all over (finished) adj • terminate

all right adv • salve

all right adv • ben

all right adv • correcte

all right interj • bon!

all right interj • ben!

all right interj • de accordo

all round adj • incirculante

all round adj • incirculante (completemente)

all senses, tenor n • tenor

all star adj • omnistella

all star n • omnistella

all the better adv • tanto melio

all the same adv • con tote isto

all told adv • in toto

allah (arabic) n • God

allay (calming) v • sedar

allay, soothe, appease v • sedar

allegation (assertion without proof) n • allegation

allegation [Law] n • allegation

allege (affirm) v • allegar

allege (bring forward as an argument or excuse) v • allegar

allege (use as an excuse) v • pretextar

allege as a pretext v • pretextar

alleged adj • pretense

allegiance (loyalty) n • deber de fidelitate

allegoric, allegorical adj • allegoric

allegorist n • allegorista

allegorization n • allegorisaion

allegorize v • allegorisar

allegorizer n • allegorisator

allegory (hidden meaning story) n • allegoria

allegory n • allegoria (-ìa)

allegory n • allegoria

allegretto [Mus] n • allegretto

allegro [Mus] n • allegro

allergic adj • allergic

allergic [Pathol] adj • allergic

allergy n • allergia

allergy [Pathol] n • allergia

allergy [Pathol] n • allergia (-ìa)

alleviate (relieve) v • alleviar

alleviation n • alleviation

alley n • allee

alley n • vico

alley, street n • vico

alliance n • alliantia

allied adj • alliate

alligator n • alligator

alligator n • alligator [A]

alligator pear, avocado n • avocato

alliterate v • alliterar

alliteration n • alliteration

allo-, all- (other) [occurring in compounds] adj • all-

allocate (allot) v • distribuer

allocate (allot) v • assignar

allocation n • allocation

allocator n • allocator

allocator n • assignator

allocution n • allocution

allopath n • allopathe

allopath n • allopathe (-ò-)

allopathy n • allopathia (-ìa)

allopathy n • allopathia

allot (apportion) v • apportionar

allot, assign v • tribuer [tribu-/tribut-]

allot, assign v • attribuer

allot, assign v • attribuer [-tribu-/-tribut-]

allot, assign v • tribuer

allot (assign) v • assignar

allot (attribute) v • attribuer

allot (distribute) v • distribuer

allotment (apportioning) n • repartition

allotment (apportioning) n • distribution

allotment (apportioning) n • apportionamento

allotment, distribution n • repartition

allotment (land) n • parcella de terreno

allotrope [Chem] n • allotropo

allotrope [Chem] n • allotropo (-òtropo)

allotropic [Chem] adj • allotropic

allotropic [Chem] adj • allotrope

allotropic [Chem] adj • allotrope (-òtrope)

allotropous [Zoo] adj • allotrope (-òtrope)

allotropous [Zoo] adj • allotrope

allotropy [Chem] n • allotropia

allotropy [Chem] n • allotropia (-ìa)

allow, brook, comport, bear v • comportar

allow, permit v • permitter

allow, permit v • permitter [-mitt-/-miss-]

allow v • permitter

allow for v • tener conto de

allow me v • permitte me

allowable adj • admissibile

allowance (a small -) phr • un pitancia

allowance n • alimentos

allowance n • assignation

alloy (as in to alloy silver with copper) v • alligar

alloy n • alligato

alloy v • alligar

all-seeing, omnivident adj • omnividente

allspice n • specie (condimento) de myrto

allspice n • specie de myrto

allude (casually refering) v • alluder (a)

allude (casually refering) v • alluder

allude v • alluder [-lud-/-lus-]

allude v • alluder

allure (attract) v • attraher

alluring adj • attractive

allusion n • allusion

allusive adj • allusive

alluvial adj • alluvial

alluvium n • alluvion

ally (by marriage) v • apparentar

ally, confederate n • confederato

ally n • alliato

ally n • confederato

ally v • alliar

ally or connect by marriage v • apparentar

alma mater n • alma matre

almanac, calendar n • ephemeride

almanac, calendar n • ephemeride (-mé-)

almanac n • almanac

almanac n • ephemeride

almightiness, omnipotence n • omnipotentia

almighty adj • omnipotente

almighty, omnipotent adj • omnipotente

almond (an - tree) n • amandoliero

almond n • amandola (-àndola)

almond n • amandola

almond-tree n • amandoliero

almoner n • almosnero

almonry n • almosneria (-ìa]

almost adv • quasi

almost, nearly adv • quasi

alms (give -) v • dar almosna

alms (give -) v • facer le caritate

alms n • caritate

alms n • almosna)

alms n • eleemosyna (-mò-)

alms n • almosna

alms n • eleemosyna

alms bag, alms purse n • almosniera

alms purse, alms bag n • almosniera

aloe n • aloe

aloft adv • in le aere

aloft adv • in alto

alone adj • singule

alone adj • sol

alone, single, separate adj • singule

along, by n • secundo

along, by prep • secun

along (get -) v • arrangiar se

along (get - with another) v • intender se

along (manage) v • arrangiar se

along prep • secundo

along prep • preter

along with adv/conj • insimul a

alongside (- of) prep • preter

alongside adv • bordo a bordo

alongside prep • al latere de

aloof (reserved) adj • multo distante

alopecia n • calvitia

aloud adv • in alte voce

alpha (the first letter of the Greek alphabet) n • alpha

alphabet n • alphabeto

alphabetical adj • alphabetic

alphabetically adv • alphabeticamente

alphabetization n • alphabetisation

alphabetize v • alphabetisar

alphanumeric adj • alphanumeric

alpine adj • alpestre

alpine adj • alpin

Alpine, Alpestrine adj • alpestre

Alpine, alpine adj • alpin

Alpinism n • alpinismo

Alpinist n • alpinista

Alps [Geog] n • Alpes

already adv • jam

already adv • ya

already adv • ja

already, at once, right away adv • jam

already (ja, jam) adv • ya

Alsace n • Alsatia

Alsatian adj • alsatian

alsatian (dog) adj • can pastoral german

alsatian (dog) n • can pastoral german

Alsatian n • alsatiano

also (- not) adv • ni

also adv • anque

also adv • de plus

also adv • in plus

also adv • alsi

also adv • etiam

also, likewise adv • equalmente

also, too adv • alsi (-ì)

also, too adv • anque

also, too adv • anque (anke)

also, too adv • alsi

also: cargo, load n • cargamento

Altai (1. Altai mountains; 2. Altai region) n • Altai (-ài)

Altai (1. Altai mountains; 2. Altai region) n • Altai

Altaic adj • altaic

Altaic adj • altaic (-àic)

altar n • altar

alter (make different) v • alterar

alter v • alterar (se)

alter v • alterar

alterable adj • alterabile

alteration n • alteration

altercate, quarrel, wrangle v • altercar

altercation (heated argument) n • altercation

altercation n • altercation

alternate (1. to do by turns; 2. to occur by turns) v • alternar

alternate adj • alternate

alternate adj • alterne

alternate, alternating adj • alternative

alternate, alternating adj • alternate

alternate [Math/Bot] adj • alterne

alternate v • alternar

alternation n • alternation

alternation n • alternativa

alternative adj • alternative

alternative (choice between two possible things or lines of action) n • alternativa

alternative n • alternativa

alternator n • alternator

although conj • quanquam

although conj • quamquam

although conj • ben que

although conj • etiam si

altimeter n • altimetro

altimeter n • altimetro (-ì-)

altisonant, high-sounding adj • altisonante

altisonant, high-sounding adj • altisone

altitude n • altitude

alto (1. contralto voice; 2. tenor violin) [Mus] n • alto

alto [Mus] n • alto

altogether adv • integremente

altruism n • altruismo

altruist n • altruista

altruistic (generous, unselfish) adj • altruistic

aluminum, aluminium (Al) n • aluminium

aluminum, aluminium (Al) n • aluminio

aluminum, aluminium n • aluminium

aluminum, aluminium n • aluminium (-ìnium)

alumna (female alumnus) n • alumna

alumni n • alumnos

alumnus n • alumno

alveolar [Anat] adj • alveolari

alveolate, honeycombed, pitted adj • alveolate

always adv • semper (sém-)

always adv • semper

always adv • sempre

always (semper) adv • sempre Patrono:Dictionarios/Anglese-interlingua/a am (I -) v • io so

am (I -) v • io es

am (I -) v • io esse

amalgam n • amalgama (-màl-)

amalgam n • amalgama

amalgamate (1. [Metal]; 2. to combine, consolidate) v • amalgamar

amalgamate (combine) v • amalgamar

amalgamate (combine) v • amalgamar (se)

amalgamate, merge [Com/Pol] v • fusionar

amalgamation (1. union, consolidation; 2. [Metal]) n • amalgamation

amalgamation, merger [Com/Pol] n • fusionamento

amalgamation n • amalgamation

amalgamator n • amalgamator

amanuensis (secretary) n • secretari

amass v • amassar

amasser n • amassator

amassment n • amassamento

amateur adj • amateur

amateur adj • dilettante

amateur, dilettante, lover of the arts n • dilettante

amateur, dilettante, lover of the arts n • dilettante [I]

amateur [F] n • amateur

amateur n • amateur

amateur n • dilettante

amateurish adj • dilettantesc

amatory adj • amatori

amaze v • stupefacer

amazed adj • stupefacte

amazed adj • stupide

amazed (be -) v • stuper

amazed, be stunned v • stuper

amazed, stunned adj • stupide

amazement n • stupefaction

amazing adj • stupende

amazing adj • surprendente

amazing, stupendous adj • stupende

Amazon (1. [Gr. Mythol]; 2. [Geog]) n • Amazon

Amazonian (1. pertaining to the Amazons; 2. pertaining to the Amazon river) adj • amazonie

ambassador n • ambassator

amber adj • jalne

amber n • ambra

ambergris n • ambergris

ambergris n • ambra

ambiance (environment) n • ambiente

ambidextrous adj • ambidextere, ambidextre

ambidextrous adj • ambidextre

ambient (gen/comp) n • ambiente

ambient, surrounding ambiente adj • ambiente

ambiguity (1. double or dubious meaning; 2. ambiguous expression) n • ambiguitate

ambiguity (equivocal expression) n • equivoco (-ì-)

ambiguity (equivocal expression) n • equivoco

ambiguity n • ambiguitate

ambiguous adj • ambigue

ambiguous (unclear) adj • equivoc

ambiguous (unclear) adj • ambigue

ambit, circuit, circuitous route n • ambito

ambit, circuit, circuitous route n • ambito (àm-)

ambition (aspiration) n • ambition

ambition n • ambition

ambition (unscrupulous) n • arrivismo

ambitious adj • ambitiose

ambivalence (conflicting feelings) n • ambivalentia

ambivert [Psychol] n • ambivertito

amble n • amblo

amble v • ir al amblo

ambly- (dull) [occurring in compounds] adj • ambly-

amblyopia [Med] n • amblyopia (-ìa)

amblyopia [Med] n • amblyopia

amblyopic adj • amblyopic

ambrosia (1. food intended or fit for the gods; 2. [Bot] wormseed) n • ambrosia

ambrosia n • ambrosia

ambrosial adj • ambrosial

ambrosial adj • ambrosie

Ambrosian adj • ambrosian

ambulance (1. field hospital; 2. hospital ambulance) n • ambulantia

ambulance n • ambulantia

ambulant adj • ambulante

ambulate v • deambular

ambulatory (walking-able) adj • ambulatori

ambush n • insidia

ambush n • imboscada

ambush (place in ambush) v • imboscar

ambush, snare n • insidia

ambush v • insidiar

ambush v • imboscar

ambush, waylay v • insidiar

ameliorate, improve v • meliorar

ameliorate (improving) v • ameliorar

ameliorate v • bonificar

amelioration, improvement n • melioration

amelioration n • bonification

ameliorator, improver n • meliorator

amen [Heb] (so be it!) interj • amen

amenable (responsive, submissive) adj • docile

amenable (responsive, submissive) adj • tractabile

amenable to adj • accessibile a

amend (1. to improve, correct, emend; 2. to amend a law, bill, etc.) v • emendar

amend v • emendar

amendment (1. improvement, correction; 2. amendment of a law, bill, etc.) n • emendamento

amendment n • emendamento

amends (make -) v • for reparar

amends n • reparation

amenity n • amenitate

amerce v • punir con multa

amercement n • punition con multa

America [Geog] n • America

America n • America

America (U. S. A) n • Statos Unite

American (- citizen) n • statounitese

American (- citizen) n • citatano american

American (1. an inhabitant of North or South America; 2 . an inhabitant of the United States) n • americano

American (1. belonging to North or South America; 2. belonging to the United States) adj • american

American n • americano

American (of america) adj • american

American Samoa [Geog] n • Samoa American

Americanism (1. American custom or characteristic; 2. word or phrase peculiar to American English) n • americanismo

Americanize v • americanisar

americium n • americium

americium n • americio

amethyst n • amethysto

amiability n • amabilitate

amiable (agreeable, friendly) adj • amabile

amiable, lovable adj • amabile

amicability, friendliness n • amicabilitate

amicable adj • amicabile

amicable, friendly adj • amicabile

amid (-st) prep • inter

amid (-st) prep • in medio de

amide [Chem] n • amido (à-)

amide [Chem] n • amido

amidogen [Chem] n • amidogeno

amidogen [Chem] n • amidogeno (-ògeno)

amidst prep • in medio de

amidst prep • inter

amine [Chem] n • amino

amino acid [Chem] n • amino-acido (-àcido)

amino acid [Chem] n • amino-acido

aminophenol [Chem] n • aminophenol

amiss adv • mal

amiss (come -) v • facer mal

amiss (take -) v • prender in mal parte

ammeter, amperometer n • amperometro

ammeter, amperometer n • amperometro (-òmetro)

Ammon (1. [Egypt. Relig]; 2. [Gr/Rom. Relig]) n • Ammon

ammonal [Technol] n • ammonal

ammonia ([Chem] NH3) n • ammoniaco

ammonia (gas) n • ammoniaco

ammonia (solution in water) n • aqua ammoniac

ammoniac adj • ammoniac

ammoniac, gum ammoniac n • ammoniaco

ammoniacal adj • ammoniacal

ammoniacal, ammonic adj • ammonic

ammonic, ammoniacal adj • ammonic

ammonification (1. impregnation with ammonia; 2. decomposition with production of ammonia) n • ammonification

ammonify v • ammonificar

ammonite [Paleontol] n • ammonite

ammonium n • ammonium

ammonium n • ammonium (-ònium)

ammunition n • munition

amnesia, loss of memory n • amnesia (-ìa)

amnesia, loss of memory n • amnesia

amnesia n • amnesia

amnesty, amnestic adj • amnestic

amnesty, give or proclaim amnesty (to) v • amnestiar

amnesty n • amnestia

amnesty n • amnestia (-ìa)

amnesty (pardon) n • amnestia

amoeba [Zool] n • ameba

amoebic adj • amebic

amoebiform adj • amebiforme

amoeboid adj • ameboide

amok adv • amok

among adv • inter

among adv • a presso de

among prep • inter

among prep • inter (ìn-)

among (-st) prep • inter

amoral adj • amoral

amoral, nonmoral adj • amoral

amoralism n • amoralismo

amorous (1. loving; 2. pertaining to love) adj • amorose

amorous (full of love) adj • amorose

amorousness n • amorositate

amorphism n • amorphia

amorphism n • amorphismo

amorphism n • amorphia (-ìa)

amorphous adj • amorphe

amortization n • amortisation

amortize (extinguish a debt by means of a sinking fund) v • amortisar

amount n • amonta

amount n • quantitate

amount v • amontar (a)

amount v • amontar

amovability, removability n • amovibilitate

amovable, removable (subject to removal) adj • amovibile

amove, remove (from office, etc.) v • amover

amperage n • amperage (-aje)

amperage n • amperage

ampere n • ampere (ampér)

ampere n • ampere

ampere turn n • ampere-torno (amper-tòrno)

ampere turn n • ampere-torno

ampere-hour n • ampere-hora (amper-hòra)

ampere-hour n • ampere-hora

amperometer, ammeter n • amperometro (-òmetro)

amperometer, ammeter n • amperometro

amphibian (1. [Zool]; 2. amphibian airplane) n • amphibio

amphibian adj • amphibie

amphibian n • amphibio

amphibiology n • amphibiologia

amphibiology n • amphibiologia (-ìa)

amphibious adj • amphibie

amphitheater n • anphitheatro

amphitheatric, amphitheatrical adj • amphitheatral

amphora n • amphora

amphora n • amphora (àm-)

ample (1. spacious, extensive; 2. copious) adj • ample

ample adj • copiose

ample adj • ample

amplification n • amplification

amplifier n • amplificator

amplify (1. as in to amplify a story, etc.; 2. [Elec]; 3. to exaggerate) v • amplificar

amplify v • amplificar

amplifying, magnifying adj • amplificative

amplitude n • amplitude

ampulla [Eccl] n • ampulla

amputate v • amputar

amputation n • amputation

amulet n • amuleto

amuse, entertain v • amusar

amuse v • intertener

amuse v • diverter

amuse v • amusar

amuse v • distraher

amusement, distraction n • distraction

amusement, diversion n • divertimento

amusement n • distraction

amusement n • diversion

amusement n • intertenimento

amusement n • divertimento

amusement n • amusamento

amusing adj • intertenite

amusing adj • distrahite

amusing adj • amusante

amusing adj • divertite

amusing adj • divertente Patrono:Dictionarios/Anglese-interlingua/a an, a indef art • un

an (indefinite article) art • un

an (per, an apple a day) prep • un pomo pro die

an (per) prep • per

Anabaptism n • anabaptismo

anabaptist adj • anabaptista

Anabaptist, Baptist [Theol] adj • baptista

Anabaptist, Baptist [Theol] n • baptista

Anabaptist n • anabaptista

anabaptize, rabaptize v • anabaptisar

anacardiaceous [Bot] n • anacardiacee

anacardium [Bot] n • anacardio

anachronic, anachronistic, anachronous adj • anachronic

anachronism n • anachronismo

anachronism (out of date) n • anachronismo

anachronistic adj • anachronistic

anachronize, commit anachronisms v • anachronisar

anachronous, anachronic adj • anachrone

anachronous, anachronic, anachronistic adj • anachronic

Anacreon [Gr. Lit] n • Anacreonte

Anacreontic adj • anacreontic

anaemia, anemia [Med] n • anemia (-ìa)

anaemia, anemia [Med] n • anemia

anaemia, anemia n • anemia

anaemic, anemic adj • anemic

anaerobe [Biol] n • anaerobio

anaerobic [Biol] adj • anaerobie

anaesthetic, anesthetic adj • anesthetic

anaesthetic, anesthetic n • anesthetico

anaesthetist, anesthetist n • anesthetista

anagram n • anagramma

anal adj • anal

anal [Anat] adj • anal

analgesia (insensitivity to pain) [Med] n • analgesia (-ìa)

analgesia (insensitivity to pain) [Med] n • analgesia

analgesic [Med] adj • analgesic

analgia, analgesia (insensitivity to pain) [Med] n • analgia

analgia, analgesia (insensitivity to pain) [Med] n • analgia (-ìa)

analgic, analgesic [Med] adj • analgic

analog (comp/commun/techn) adj • analogic

analog computer n • computator analogic

analog to digital converter n • transformator analogic a digital

analogic, analogical (founded on analogy) adj • analogic

analogous (comparable) adj • analoge

analogous (corresponding in some ways) adj • analoge (-àloge)

analogous (corresponding in some ways) adj • analoge

analogy n • analogia

analogy n • analogia (-ìa)

analphabetic [Phonet] adj • analphabetic

analphabetism, analphabetic notation [Phonet] n • analphabetismo

analysis n • analyse (-àlyse)

analysis n • analyse

analyst, analyzer n • analysta

analyst n • analysta

analyst n • analysator

analytic, analytical adj • analytic

analyzable adj • analysabile

analyze v • analysar

analyzer, analyst n • analysator

anarch-, anarcho- (anarchic, anarchical) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] adj • anarch-

anarchic, anarchical adj • anarchic

anarchism n • anarchismo

anarchist n • anarchista

anarchosyndicalism n • anarchosyndicalismo

anarchosyndicalist n • anarchosyndicalista

anarchy (disorder) n • anarchia

anarchy n • anarchia

anarchy n • anarchia (-ìa)

anathema [Eccl] n • anathema

anathema [Eccl] n • anathema [-ma/-mat-] (-àtema)

anathematize [Eccl] v • anathematisar

Anatolia n • Anatolia

anatom- (anatomy) [occurring in derivatives] n • anatom-

anatomic, anatomical adj • anatomic

anatomical adj • anatomic

anatomically adv • anatomicamente

anatomist n • anatomista

anatomy n • anatomia (-ìa)

anatomy n • anatomia

ancestor (forebear) n • ancestre

ancestor (forebear) n • antecessor

ancestor, forefather n • atavo

ancestor, forefather n • atavo (à-)

ancestor n • ancestre

ancestor n • ascendente

ancestral adj • ancestral

ancestral adj • antecessori

ancestry (ancestral lineage) n • ascendentia

ancestry n • antecedentia

ancestry n • ancestria

ancestry (one's ancestors viewed as a group) n • lineage (-aje)

ancestry (one's ancestors viewed as a group) n • lineage

anchor n • ancora (àn-)

anchor n • ancora

anchor n • anchore

anchor v • ancorar (se)

anchor v • anchorar

anchor v • ancorar

anchor (weigh -) v • disancorar

anchor (weigh -) v • levar le ancora

anchor (weigh -) v • disanchorar

anchorage (1. action of anchoring; 2. place to anchor; 3 . anchorage dues) n • ancorage

anchorage (1. action of anchoring; 2. place to anchor; 3 . anchorage dues) n • ancorage (-aje)

anchovy n • anchoa

ancient adj • antique

ancient adj • ancian

ancient, antique adj • antique

ancient, old adj • ancian

ancients (the -) adj • ancianos

ancillary adj • ancillar

ancillary n • adjutor

and conj • e

and conj • et

and so, consequently adv • ita

andalusia [Geog] n • andalusia

Andalusia n • Andalusia

andalusian adj • andalusian

Andalusian adj • andaluse

andalusian n • andalus

andalusian n • andalusiano

Andalusian n • andaluso

andorra [Geog] n • andorra

andr-, andro- (man, male, husband) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n • andr-

androgyne (1. hermaphrodite; 2. [Bot]) n • androgyno

androgyne (1. hermaphrodite; 2. [Bot]) n • androgyno (-rò-)

androgynous (1. hermaphroditic; 2. [Bot]) adj • androgyne

androgyny n • androgynia (-ìa)

androgyny n • androgynia

android n • androide

androphobia n • androphobia

androphobia n • androphobia (-ìa)

anecdotal adj • anecdotic

anecdote n • historietta

anecdote n • anecdota (-éc-)

anecdote n • anecdota

anecdote (short story) n • anecdota

anecdotist n • anecdotista

anemia, anaemia [Med] n • anemia

anemia, anaemia [Med] n • anemia (-ìa)

anemia, anaemia n • anemia

anemic, anaemic adj • anemic

anemo- (wind) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n • anemo-

anemograph n • anemographo

anemograph n • anemographo (-ò-)

anemography [Meterol] n • anemographia (-ìa)

anemography [Meterol] n • anemographia

anemometer n • anemometro

anemometer n • anemometro (-ò-)

anemone n • anemone (-òne)

anemone n • anemone

anemoscope n • anemoscopio

anesthesia [Med] n • anesthesia

anesthesia n • anesthesia

anesthesia n • anesthesia (-ìa)

anesthetic adj • anesthetic

anesthetic, anaesthetic adj • anesthetic

anesthetic, anaesthetic n • anesthetico

anesthetic n • anesthetico

anesthetist, anaesthetist n • anesthetista

anesthetize v • anesthesiar

anew, again adv • itero

anew, again adv • itero (ì-)

angel n • angelo (à-)

angel n • angelo

angelic adj • angelic

angelica [Bot] n • angelica

Angelus [R.C.Ch] n • angelus

Angelus [R.C.Ch] n • angelus (à-)

anger, enrage v • incholerisar

anger n • ira

anger n • cholera

anger v • incholerisar

anger, wrath, ire n • ira

anger, wrath n • cholera (cò-)

anger, wrath n • cholera

angina, quinsy [Pathol] n • angina

angio- (vessel) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n • angio-

angiography n • angiographia

angiography n • angiographia (-ìa)

angiosperm [Bot] n • angiosperma

angiospermous [Bot] adj • angiosperme

angle, corner n • angulo (àn-)

angle, corner n • angulo

angle n • angulo

angle v • piscar

angle v • piscar (con linea)

angled, angulate adj • angulate

angler n • piscator (con linea)

angler n • piscator

Anglia [Hist] n • Anglia

Anglian, Anglic adj • anglic

Anglic, Anglian adj • anglic

anglican adj • anglican

Anglican [Eccl] adj • anglican

Anglican [Eccl] n • anglicano

anglican n • anglicano

Anglicanism [Eccl] n • anglicanismo

Anglicism (1. English idiom; 2. quality of being English) n • anglicismo

Anglicize v • anglicisar

angling n • pisca (con linea)

angling n • pisca

Anglo-American adj • angloamerican

Anglo-American n • angloamericano

Anglo-Catholic, High-Church [Eccl] adj • anglocatholic

Anglo-Catholic, High-churchman [Eccl] n • anglocatholico

anglology n • angiologia

anglology n • angiologia (-ìa)

Anglomania n • anglomania (-ìa)

Anglomania n • anglomania

Anglomaniac n • anglomano

Anglomaniac n • anglomano (-ò-)

Anglophile adj • anglophile

Anglophile n • anglophilo (-ò-)

Anglophile n • anglophilo

Anglophobe, Anglophobic adj • anglophobe (-ò-)

Anglophobe, Anglophobic adj • anglophobe

Anglophobe n • anglophobo (-òphoho)

Anglophobe n • anglophobo

Anglophobia n • anglophobia (-ìa)

Anglophobia n • anglophobia

Angola [Geog] n • Angola

angry adj • irate

angry adj • in cholera

angry (be -) v • esser in cholera

angry (become -) v • irascer

angry (become -) v • irascer (se)

angry, wrathful, irate adj • irate

anguiform adj • anguiforme

Anguilla [Geog] n • Anguilla

anguilliform, eel-shaped adj • anguilliforme

anguine adj • anguin

anguish (1. [Pathol]; 2. agony, distress) n • angustia

anguish (agony) n • agonia

anguish (agony) n • angustia

anguish (agony) n • tormento

anguish (be in -) v • angustiar

anguish, torment n • tormento

anguish v • angustiar

anguished adj • angustiose

angular adj • angular

angularity, angularness n • angularitate

angulate, angled adj • angulate

angulous, angular adj • angulose

anhydride [Chem] n • anhydrido

anhydrite [Mineral] n • anhydrite

anhydrous adj • anhydre (à-)

anhydrous adj • anhydre

anil (1. Indigo shrub; 2. indigo dye) n • anil

anilic (1. pertaining to anil; 2. pertaining to aniline) adj • anilic

aniline [Chem] n • anilina

animadversion (adverse criticism) n • animadversion

animadvert (express adverse criticism) v • animadverter -vert-/-vers-]

animadvert (express adverse criticism) v • animadverter

animal adj • animal

animal adj • animalesc

animal (characteristic of an animal) adj • animalesc

animal n • animal

animal (pertaining to animals) adj • animal

animal fat, body fat n • adipe (àdipe)

animal fat, body fat n • adipe

animalcule n • animalculo

animality n • animalitate

animalization (1. conversion into animal matter; 2. reduction to animal nature) n • animalisation

animalize (1. to convert into animal matter; 2. to reduce to animal nature) v • animalisar

animate adj • animate

animate v • animar

animated, lively adj • animate pp of animar

animated (lively) adj • animate

animater, animator n • animator

animating spirit n • animo

animating spirit n • animo (à-)

animation (1. the action of animating; 2. vivacity, sprightliness) n • animation

animation n • animation

animation n • verve

animation (zest, verve) n • verve

anime n • anime

animism n • animismo

animist n • animista

animosity (hatred) n • animositate

animosity n • animositate

anion [Phys] n • anion (à-)

anion [Phys] n • anion

anise [F] n • anis

anisette n • anisette

ankle n • cavilia

ankle bone n • cavilia

ankle sprain n • torsion de cavilia

Annam [Geog] n • Annam

annamese [Geog] n • annamita

anneal, soften [Metal] v • distemperar

annex (1. to add, append; 2. to join as an addition to existing possessions) v • annexar

annex (add on) v • annectar

annex (add on) v • annecter

annex (add on) v • annexar

annex, append, subjoin v • subjunger [-jung-/-junct-]

annex, append, subjoin v • subjunger

annex (join as an addition to existing possessions) v • annecter

annex (join as an addition to existing possessions) v • annecter [-nect-/-nex-]

annex n • annexo

annexation n • annexion

annihilable adj • annihilabile

annihilate (destroy) v • annihilar

annihilate v • annihilar

annihilation n • annihilation

anniversary adj • anniversari

anniversary n • anniversario

anniversary v • anniversario

anniversary mass, obit [Eccl] n • obito (ò-)

anniversary mass, obit [Eccl] n • obito

annotate v • annotar

annotation n • annotation

annotator n • annotator

announce, proclaim v • predicar

announce v • annunciar

announce v • indicer

announce v • predicar

announce v • indicer [-dic-/-dict-]

announcement n • annunciation

announcement n • annuncio

announcer n • annunciator

annoy, irritate, vex v • vexar

annoy v • molestar

annoy v • vexar

annoy v • irritar

annoy v • enoiar

annoy, vex v • enoiar

annoyance n • enoio

annoyance n • irritation

annoyance n • molestia

annoyance n • vexation

annoyance, trouble n • molestia

annoyance, worry, trouble n • enoio

annoyance, worry, trouble n • enoio (-nò-)

annoying adj • moleste

annoying adj • irritante

annoying, troublesome, irksome adj • moleste

annual (1. coming once a year; 2. lasting one year) adj • annue

annual adj • annual

annual adj • annue

annual [Bot] n • planta annual

annual (coming once a year) adj • annual

annual (lasting one year) adj • annal

annual (yearbook) n • annuario

annually adv • annualmente

annuity n • annuitate

annul, cancel v • annullar

annul, cashier, quash v • cassar

annul, invalidate v • dirimer

annul v • cancellar

annul v • dirimer

annul v • annihilar

annul (void an agreement) v • annihilar

annul (void an agreement) v • annullar

annular, ring-shaped adj • anular

annulet, small ring n • anuletto

annuling, nullifying, diriment adj • dirimente

annulling, quashing adj • annullative

annulment, cancellation n • annullation

annulment n • annullation

annulment n • dissolution

annulment, revoke n • revoco

annulment, voiding n • annihilation

annulose [Zool] adj • anulose

anode [Elec] n • anodo (à-)

anode [Elec] n • anodo

anodic adj • anodic

anodyne adj • anodin

anodyne n • anodino

anoint (1. to rub with an ointment; 2. to make sacred with oil) v • unguer

anoint (1. to rub with an ointment; 2. to make sacred with oil) v • unguer [ung-/unct-]

anoint v • linir

anoint v • unguer

anointed adj • unguete

anointed adj • linite

anointed n • uncto

anointing n • unction

anomalous adj • anomale

anomaly n • anomalia (-ìa)

anomaly n • anomalia

anonymity, anonymousness n • anonymitate

anonymity n • anonymitate

anonymous adj • anonyme

anonymous adj • anonyme (-ò-)

another (additional) pron • ancora un

another (different) adj • un altere

another (one -) pron • le un le altere

ansate, looped adj • ansate

answer n • responsa

answer, reply n • replica (ré-)

answer, reply n • replica

answer, reply v • replicar

answer (reply) n • solution

answer (reply) n • replica

answer (reply) n • responsa

answer (reply) v • responder [-spond-/-spons-]

answer (reply) v • responder

answer v • replicar (a)

answer v • responder

answer v • responder (a)

answer v • replicar

answer for (- someone) v • responder pro

answer for (- someone) v • responder pro (un persona)

answer for (- something) v • responder de (un cosa)

answer for (- something) v • responder de

answerable adj • responsabile

answering, replying adj • responsive

ant n • formica (-ìca)

ant n • formica

antagonism n • antagonismo

antagonist (1. opponent; 2. [Physiol]) n • antagonista

antagonist n • antagonista

antagonistic adj • antagonistic

antagonistic, opposing adj • opponente

antagonistic, opposing adj • opponente (ppr of opponer)

antagonize (contend with) v • antagonisar

antagonize v • evocar le hostilitate de

antarctic adj • antarctic

antarctic n • oceano antarctic

antarctic n • antarctico

Antartica [Geog] n • Antartica

antasthmatic adj • antiasthmatic

anteater (zool ornith) n • formichero

anteater [Zool/Ornith] n • formichero

antecede, be the antecedent v • anteceder

antecede, be the antecedent v • anteceder [-ced-/-cess-]

antecedent (1. [Logic, Math]; 2. [Gram]) n • antecedente

antedate (affix an earlier date than the actual one) v • antedatar

antedate n • antedata

antediluvian adj • antediluvian

antefix [Arch] n • antefixa

antelope n • antilope (-ì-)

antelope n • antilope

antemeridian adj • antemeridian

antenatal adj • prenatal

antenna (1. [Zool]; 2. [Radio] aerial) n • antenna

antenna n • antenna

antepenult n • antepenultima

antepenult n • antepenultima (-ùl-)

antepenultimate, last but two adj • antepenultime (-ùl-)

antepenultimate, last but two adj • antepenultime

anterior adj • anterior

anteriority n • anterioritate

anteroom n • antecamera

anteroom n • antecamera (-cà-)

anthelminthic, vermifuge adj • anthelminthic

anthelminthic, vermifuge, helminthic n • helminthico

anthelminthic, vermifuge n • anthelminthico

anthem n • antiphona

anthem (national -) n • hymno national

-anthemum (flower) [occurring in compounds] n • anthemo- (à-)

-anthemum (flower) [occurring in compounds] n • anthemo-

anthill n • formicario

antho-, anth- (flower) [occurring in compounds] n • antho-

anthocyanin [Chem] n • anthocyanina

anthography [Bot] n • anthographia

anthography [Bot] n • anthographia (-ìa)

anthologist n • anthologista

anthology n • anthologia (-ìa)

anthology n • anthologia

anthracene [Chem] n • anthracen

anthracic adj • anthracic

anthraciferous adj • anthracifere

anthraciform adj • anthraciforme

anthracite, hard coal n • anthracite

anthracitic adj • anthracitic

anthracitous adj • anthracitose

anthracometer n • anthracometro (-ò-)

anthracometer n • anthracometro

anthraquinone [Chem] n • anthraquinon

anthrax [Med/Veter] n • anthrace (à-)

anthrax [Med/Veter] n • anthrace

anthropo- (man) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n • anthropo-

anthropogenesis n • anthropogenese

anthropogenesis n • anthropogenesis

anthropogenesis n • anthropogenesis (-gé-)

anthropogenesis n • anthropogenese (-gé-)

anthropoid adj • anthropoide

anthropoid, hominiform adj • hominiforme

anthropoid n • anthropoide

anthropological adj • anthropologic

anthropologist n • anthropologista

anthropologist n • anthropologo

anthropologist n • anthropologo (-òlogo)

anthropology n • anthropologia (-ìa)

anthropology n • anthropologia

anthropometric adj • anthropometric

anthropometry n • anthropometria

anthropometry n • anthropometria (-ìa)

anthropomorphism n • anthropomorphismo

anthropomorphist n • anthropomorphista

anthropomorphous adj • anthropomorphe

anthropophagous, man-eating, cannibal adj • anthropophage

anthropophagous, man-eating, cannibal adj • anthropophage (-òphage)

anthropophagy, cannibalism n • anthropophagia

anthropophagy, cannibalism n • anthropophagia (-ìa)

anthroposophical adj • anthroposophe (-òsophe)

anthroposophical adj • anthroposophe

anthroposophical adj • anthroposophic

anthroposophist n • anthroposopho (-òsopho)

anthroposophist n • anthroposopho

anthroposophy n • anthroposophia (-ìa)

anthroposophy n • anthroposophia

anti air craft n • antiaeree

anti body n • anticorpore

anti freeze n • anticongelante

antiaircraft [Mil] adj • antiaeree

anti-Catholic adj • anticatholic

Antichrist n • Antichristo

anti-Christian adj • antichristian

antichristian adj • antichristian

anticipate (do in advance) v • anticipar

anticipate (do or use in advance) v • anticipar

anticipate (expect) v • expectar

anticipate (foresee) v • previder

anticipate (forestall) v • prevenir

anticipated adj • expectate

anticipated adj • prevenite

anticipated adj • anticipate

anticipated adj • previdite

anticipation (act of doing or using in advance) n • anticipation

anticipation (doing in advance) n • anticipation

anticipation (expectation) n • expectation

anticipation (foresight) n • prevision

anticipation (forestalling) n • prevention

anticlerical adj • anticlerical

anticlericalism n • anticlericalismo

anticlimax n • anticlimax

anticlockwise adv • in senso antihorologic

antics n • buffonerias

anticyclone [Meteorol] n • anticyclon

anticyclone n • anticyclon

antidote n • contraveneno

antidote n • antidoto

antidote n • antidoto (-ì-)

antidote v • antidotar

antifascist n • antifascista

Antigua [Geog] n • Antigua

Anti-Lebanon (mountain range parallel to the Lebanon Mountains) n • Antilibano

Anti-Lebanon (mountain range parallel to the Lebanon Mountains) n • Antilibano (-lì-)

antimetabole [Rhet] n • metabole

antimonial adj • antimonial

antimony n • antimonio

antinational adj • antinational

antinephritic adj • antinephritic

antinomian [Eccl. Hist] n • antinomio

antinomianism [Eccl. Hist] n • antinomismo

antinomic adj • antinomic

antinomy n • antinomia (-ìa)

antinomy n • antinomia

Antioch n • Antiochia (-ìa)

Antioch n • Antiochia

antiparliamentary adj • antiparlamentari

antipath- (antipathetic) [occurring in derivatives] adj • antipath-

antipathetic adj • antipathic

antipathy n • antipathia (-ìa)

antipathy n • antipathia

antiperistasis (intensification of a quality by an opposing quality) n • antiperistase (-ìstase)

antiperistasis (intensification of a quality by an opposing quality) n • antiperistase

antiphon, antiphony [Eccl] n • antiphona

antiphon, antiphony [Eccl] n • antiphona (-tì-)

antiphonal adj • antiphonal

antiphonary, antiphonal n • antiphonario

antiphrasis n • antiphrase

antiphrasis n • antiphrase (-ì-)

antiphrastic adj • antiphrastic

antipodal adj • antipodic

antipode, opposite, contrary n • antipode

antipode, opposite, contrary n • antipode (-ì-)

antipope n • antipapa

antiquary n • antiquario

antiquate v • antiquar

antiquated adj • vetuste

antiquated adj • antiquate

antiquated, old-fashioned adj • antiquate

antique adj • antique

antique, ancient adj • antique

antique n • antiquitate

antique dealer n • antiquario

antiquedealer n • antiquario

antiqueness n • vetustate

antiques n • antiquitates

antiquity (1. ancient character; 2. early ages of history; 3. antique) n • antiquitate

antiquity n • antiquitate

antiquity, oldness n • ancianitate

antireligious adj • antireligiose

antiscorbutic adj • antiscorbutic

anti-Semite n • antisemita

anti-Semitic adj • antisemitic

antisemitic adj • antisemitic

anti-Semitism n • antisemitismo

antisepsis n • antisepsis

antiseptic adj • antiseptic

antiseptic, antiseptical adj • antiseptic

antiseptic n • antiseptico

antisocial adj • antisocial

antispasmodic [Med] adj • antispasmodic

antithesis (1. [Rhet]; 2. opposition) n • antithese (-ìtese)

antithesis (1. [Rhet]; 2. opposition) n • antithese

antithesis, contraposition n • contraposition

antithesis n • antithese

antitoxin n • antitoxina

anti-Trinitarian adj • antitrinitari

antler n • corno de cervo

antonym n • antonymo

antonym n • antonymo (-ò-)

antonymous adj • antonyme (-ò-)

antonymous adj • antonyme

antonymy n • antonymia

antonymy n • antonymia (-ìa)

Antwerp [Flem] n • Antwerpen

anus [Anat] n • ano

anus n • ano

anvil [Anat] (incus) n • incude

anvil (anvil used by a smith) n • incude

anvil n • incude

anxiety (1. uneasiness; 2. eager desire) n • anxietate

anxiety n • anxietate

anxious (1. uneasy, worried; 2. eagerly desiring) adj • anxie

anxious adj • anxie

any (- further, emphatic) adv • qualcunque

any (- further, emphatic) adv • ulle

any adj • alicun, alcun

any adj • alcun, alicun

any (in - case) phr • in omne caso

any (not -) adj • nulle

any pron • alcuno, alicuno

any pron • alicuno, alcuno

any, whatever, of whatever kind adj • qualcunque

any body pron • alicuno, alcuno

any body pron • alcuno, alicuno

any body pron • ulle

any body pron • qualcuno

any further adv • plus longe

any further adv • plus

any how (however) adv • de omne modo

any how (however) adv • totevia

any how (however) adv • in omne caso

any how (in spite of everything) adv • malgrado toto

any how (no matter how) adv • de qualcunque maniera

any more adv • plus (longe)

any more adv • plus

any one pron • qualcuno

any one pron • ulle

any one pron • alcuno, alicuno

any one pron • alicuno, alcuno

any place adv • alicubi

any place adv • ubique

any place adv • in qulcunque loco

any thing pron • alcun cosa, alicun cosa

any thing pron • alque, alique

any thing pron • qualcun cosa

any thing pron • alique, alque

any thing pron • alicun cosa, alcun cosa

any time adv • aliquando

any way adv • de qualcunque maniera

any way adv • indifferentemente

any way adv • comocunque

any way adv • de omne modo

any way adv • como sia

any way adv • in omne caso

any way interj • como sia!

any where adv • ubique

any where adv • alicubi

any where adv • in qualcunque modo

any where adv • usquam

any wise adv • de qualcunque modo, de qualcunque maniera

anywhere as in (did you see him anywhere?) adv • alicubi (-ìcubi)

anywhere as in (did you see him anywhere?) adv • alicubi Patrono:Dictionarios/Anglese-interlingua/a aorta [Anat] n • aorta

aorta n • aorta

aortic adj • aortic Patrono:Dictionarios/Anglese-interlingua/a apache (amerindian) adj • apache

Apache (amerindian) n • apache

apart adv • a parte

apart (come -) v • divider se

apart (separately) adv • separatemente

apartheid n • apartheid

apartheid n • separation racial

apartment, flat n • appartamento

apartment (flat) n • appartamento

apartment (room) n • camera

apath- (apathetic) [occurring in derivatives] adj • apath-

apathetic adj • apathic

apathy n • apathia

apathy n • apathia (-ìa)

ape (go -) v • simiar

ape (go -) v • simiar (se)

ape, monkey n • simia

ape n • simia

ape v • simiar

Apennine adj • apennin

apepsy [Pathol] n • apepsia

apepsy [Pathol] n • apepsia (-ìa)

aperient, laxative, aperitive adj • aperitive

aperient, laxative n • aperitivo

aperitif n • aperitivo

apéritif n • aperitivo

aperitive, aperient, laxative adj • aperitive

aperture, hole n • foramine

aperture n • apertura

apetalous [Bot] adj • apetale

apex n • apice (à-)

apex n • apice

aphasia (loss of word comprehension) n • aphasia

aphasia [Pathol] n • aphasia (-ìa)

aphasia [Pathol] n • aphasia

aphasic adj • aphasic

aphasic, aphasiac adj • aphasic

aphasic, aphasiac n • aphasico

aphelion (astron) n • aphelion

aphid (bio) n • aphide

aphonia n • aphonia

aphonia n • aphonia (-ìa)

aphonic, voiceless adj • aphonic

aphonic, voiceless adj • aphone

aphorism, gnome n • gnoma

aphorism n • aphorismo

aphorism n • maximo

aphorism, saying (sententious) n • sententia

aphorist n • aphorista

aphoristic adj • aphoristic

aphoristic, gnomic adj • gnomic

aphorize (speak, write, etc/in aphorisms) v • aphorisar

aphrodisiac adj • aphrodisiac

aphrodisiac adj • aphrodisiac (ìac)

aphrodisiac n • aphrodisiac

aphrodisiac n • aphrodisiaco (-ìaco)

aphrodisiac n • aphrodisiaco

Aphrodite, Cypris n • Cypride

Aphrodite, Cypris n • Cypride (cì-)

Aphrodite [Gr. Mythol] n • Aphrodite

aphroditic, venereal adj • aphroditic

apiarist n • apiarista

apiary n • apiario

apiculture, bee-keeping n • apicultura

apiculturist, bee-keeper n • apicultor

apiece adv • pro cata uno

aplomb n • completemente composte

aplomb n • completemente composte (componite)

apocalypse (book of -) n • libro del apocalypse

apocalypse (book of -) n • libro del revelation

apocalypse n • apocalypse

apocalypse n • revelation

apocryphal adj • apocryphe (-òcryphe)

apocryphal adj • apocryphe

apocryphon, apocrypha n • apocrypho (-òcrypho)

apocryphon, apocrypha n • apocrypho

apogean, apogeal adj • apogee (-ée)

apogean, apogeal adj • apogee

apogee (1. [Astron]; 2. highest point, culmination) n • apogeo (-éo)

apogee (1. [Astron]; 2. highest point, culmination) n • apogeo

Apolline, Apollonian adj • apollinee

Apollo [Gr. Mythol] n • Apollon

Apollo [Gr.Myth] n • Apolline

apologetic adj • excusatori

apologetic adj • apologetic

apologetic (defending by speech or writing) adj • apologetic

apologetic (making excuse or apology) adj • excusatori

apologetics n • apologetica

apologist n • apologista

apologize v • excusar se

apologize v • facer su excusas

apologue n • apologo (-òlogo)

apologue n • apologo

apology, apologia n • apologia (-ìa)

apology, apologia n • apologia

apology n • excusa

apology n • apologia

apophasis [Rhet] n • reticentia

apophysis [Anat/Zool] n • apophysis (-ò-)

apophysis [Anat/Zool] n • apophysis

apoplectic, apoplectical adj • apoplectic

apoplexy n • apoplexia (-ìa)

apoplexy n • apoplexia

apostasy n • apostasia

apostasy n • apostasia (-ìa)

apostate n • apostata

apostate n • apostata (-ò-)

apostle n • apostolo (-òs-)

apostle n • apostolo

apostolate n • apostolato

apostolic (1. pertaining to the apostles or their teachings; 2. papal) adj • apostolic

apostolicity n • apostolicitate

apostrophe n • apostropho

apostrophe [Rhet] n • apostrophe (-pòs-)

apostrophe [Rhet] n • apostrophe

apostrophe (the mark ' as used in ne'er, boy's, etc.) n • apostropho

apostrophize (address in an apostrophe) [Rhet] v • apostrophar

apothecary n • apothecario

apothecary, pharmacy n • apotheca

apotheosis (1. [Class. Hist] deification; 2. glorification) n • apotheosis (-òsis)

apotheosis (1. [Class. Hist] deification; 2. glorification) n • apotheosis

appall, dismay v • consternar

appall v • consternar

appall v • horrificar

appalling adj • terribile

appalling adj • horrific

apparatus (1. appliance, instrument; 2. collection of mechanical contrivances for carrying out a given work) n • apparato

apparatus n • apparato

apparel, clothing, clothes n • vestitura

apparent (1. plain to see; 2. seeming) adj • apparente

apparent adj • apparente

apparently adv • apparentemente

apparition (1. act of appearing, appearance; 2. phantom, ghost) n • apparition

appeal (1. [Law]; 2. as in the appeal to reason) n • appellation

appeal (1. [Law]; 2. earnest request) n • appello

appeal (attraction) n • appello

appeal [Law] n • recurso

appeal [Law] v • appellar

appeal n • appello

appeal (recourse) n • recurso

appeal v • appellar

appealable adj • appellabile

appealing adj • attractive

appear (1. to come in sight; 2. to seem) v • parer

appear (be similar to) v • similar

appear (come in sight) v • apparer

appear (in court) v • comparer

appear (in person) v • apparer

appear (resemble) v • semblar

appear, seem v • similar

appear, seem v • semblar

appear (seem) v • apparer

appear (seem) v • parer

appearance (aspect) n • apparentia

appearance [Bib] n • apparentia

appearance [Bib] n • parousia

appearance (coming into sight) n • apparition

appearance (make an -) v • facer un apparentia

appearance (make an -) v • apparer

appearance n • semblantia

appearance n • similante

appearance, semblance n • similante

appearance, semblance n • semblante

appearance, semblance n • semblantia

appearance in court, compearance n • comparition

appeasable adj • appaciabile

appease, allay, soothe v • sedar

appease, placate v • placar

appease v • placar

appease v • appaciar

appeasement n • appaciamento

appeaser n • appaciator

appellant [Law] n • appellante

appellation n • appellation

appellative (1. denominative of a class; 2. as in the appellative faculty of children) adj • appellative

appellative (common or class name) [Gram] n • appellativo

append, subjoin, annex v • subjunger

append, subjoin, annex v • subjunger [-jung-/-junct-]

append v • appender

appendectomy [Surg] n • appendicectomia

appendectomy [Surg] n • appendicectomia (-ìa)

appendicitis n • appendicitis

appendicitis n • appendicitis (-ìtis)

appendicitis n • appendicite

appendicle, small appendix or appendage n • appendicula

appendicular [Pathol] adj • appendicular

appendix (1. appendage; 2. appendix to a book, etc.; 3 . [Anat]) n • appendice

appendix (1. appendage; 2. appendix to a book, etc.; 3 . [Anat]) n • appendice (-én-)

appendix n • appendice

apperception [Psychol] n • apperception

appertain v • appertiner

appertinent, appurtenant adj • appertinente

appetency, appetence (fixed and strong desire) n • appetentia

appetible, desirable adj • appetibile

appetite n • appetentia

appetite n • appetito

appetitive (having appetite) adj • appetitive

appetizing adj • appetitive

applaud v • plauder [plaud-/plaus-]

applaud v • applauder

applaud v • plauder

applaud v • applauder [-plaud-/-plaus-]

applauder n • applauditor

applause n • applauso

apple n • malo

apple n • pomo

apple orchard n • verdiero de pomos

apple tree n • maliero

apple tree n • pomiero

applesauce n • purée de malos

applesauce n • purée de pomos

appliance n • apparato

applicability, appropriateness n • applicabilitate

applicable adj • applicabile

applicable, appropriate adj • applicabile

applicant n • sollicitator

applicant n • candidato

applicant, suitor n • requirente

application (1. act of putting on; 2. act of putting to use; 3. diligence) n • application

application (act of applying) n • application

application (application for a position, etc.) n • sollicitation

application (for a position) n • sollicitation

apply (1. to put on; 2. to put to use) v • applicar

apply (for a position) v • sollicitar (un posto)

apply (for a position) v • sollicitar

apply vi • esser applicabile

apply vi • referer se

apply vt • applicar

apply for (as in to apply for a position) v • sollicitar

apply for a job phr • solicitar un posto

apply wax to, wax v • cerar

appoint (a position) v • nominar

appoint (a position) v • appunctar

appoint (as in to appoint someone to a post) v • appunctar

appoint (prescribe) v • prescriber

appoint (prescribe) v • fixar

appointment (a position) n • nomination

appointment (meeting) n • appunctamento

appointment, nomination n • nomination

appointment (rendevous) n • rendevous

appointment, rendez-vous n • appunctamento

apportion v • apportionar

apportionment n • apportionamento

appose (as in to appose one's seal to) v • apponer [-pon-/-posit-]

appose (as in to appose one's seal to) v • apponer

apposite, relevant adj • apposite

apposite, relevant adj • apposite (-pò-)

apposition (1. act of placing near; 2. [Gram]) n • apposition

appositive [Gram] adj • appositive

appraisal n • appreciamento

appraisal, valuation n • valutation

appraise (estimate the value of) v • appreciar

appraise v • appreciar

appraise v • valutar

appraise, value v • valutar

appraiser n • appreciator

appreciable adj • appreciabile

appreciate (esteem highly) v • appreciar

appreciate (rise in value) vi • crescer in valor

appreciate (understand) v • notar

appreciate (understand) v • apprehender

appreciate (value) vt • appreciar

appreciate (value) vt • valutar

appreciated adj • appreciate

appreciated (be -) v • esser appreciate

appreciated (feel -) v • sentir se appreciate

appreciation (1. appraisal; 2. adequate or high estimation of value) n • appreciation

appreciation n • appreciation

appreciative adj • grate

appreciative adj • laudative

apprehend (1. to seize, arrest; 2. to grasp mentally, understand; 3. to dread) v • apprehender

apprehend (1. to seize, arrest; 2. to grasp mentally, understand; 3. to dread) v • apprehender [-hend-/-hens-]

apprehend (grab, arrest) v • apprehender

apprehend, perceive (mentally) v • apperciper

apprehend, perceive (mentally) v • apperciper [-cip-/-cept-]

apprehend, understand v • intender

apprehend, understand v • intender [-tend-/-tent-/-tens-]

apprehensibility, understandability n • apprehensibilitate

apprehensible, understandable adj • apprehensibile

apprehension (1. act of grasping mentally; 2. dread) n • apprehension

apprehension n • apprehension

apprehensive adj • apprehensive

apprehensive (dreading) adj • apprehensive

apprentice n • apprentisse

apprentice v • mitter in apprentissage

apprenticeship n • apprentissage (-aje)

apprenticeship n • apprentissage

approach (a problem) n • accostamento

approach (access) n • accesso

approach (action of approaching) n • approche (-sh-)

approach (action of approaching) n • approche

approach (as in new lines of approach) n • accostamento

approach (come or go near to) v • approchar

approach (come or go near to) v • approchar (-sh-)

approach (nearing) n • approche

approach v • approximar

approach v • approchar (se)

approach v • adir

approach v • acceder [-ced-/-cess-]

approach v • acceder

approach v • approchar

approach v • approximar (se)

approachable, accessible adj • abordabile

approachable, accostable adj • accostabile

approachable adj • approchabile

approachable adj • approchabile (-sh-)

approachable adj • abordabile

approaching adj • approchante

approaching adj • approximante

approbation, approval n • approbation

approbative, approving adj • approbative

approbatory, approbative adj • approbatori

appropriate adj • applicabile

appropriate adj • appropriate

appropriate, applicable adj • applicabile

appropriate v • appropriar se

appropriate v • appropriar se (un cosa)

appropriateness, applicability n • applicabilitate

appropriation (action of appropriating) n • appropriation

approvable adj • approbabile

approval (- on) n • pro acceptation o retorno

approval, approbation n • approbation

approval n • approbation

approval (sanction) n • sanction

approve, approve of v • approbar

approve v • sanctionar

approve v • approbar

approver n • approbator

approving, approbative adj • approbative

approximate adj • approximative

approximate, approximative adj • approximative

approximate, bring near v • approximar

approximate v • approximar (se)

approximate v • approximar

approximately adv • circa

approximately adv • approximativemente

approximation (1. action of approximating; 2. close estimate) n • approximation

approximation n • approximation

appurtenance [Law] n • appertinentia

appurtenant, appertinent adj • appertinente

apricot n • armeniaca

apricot n • albricoc

apricot n • armeniaca (-ì-)

apricot tree n • albricochiero

April n • april

apron n • avantal

apse (1. [Astron] apsis; 2. [Arch]) n • apside

apse (1. [Astron] apsis; 2. [Arch]) n • apside (àpside)

apsidal (1. [Astron]; 2. [Arch]) adj • apsidal

apt adj • apte

apt (be - to) v • tender a

apt (suited to its purpose) adj • apte

apterous [Entom] adj • aptere

aptitude n • disposition

aptitude n • aptitude

aptitude (natural capacity or propensity) n • aptitude Patrono:Dictionarios/Anglese-interlingua/a aquamarine adj • aquamarin

aquamarine (the color) n • aquamarina

aquamarine (the stone) n • aquamarina

aquarium n • aquario

aquarius n • aquario

aquatic adj • aquatile

aquatic adj • aquatic

aquavit n • aquavite

aquavitae n • aqua-ardente

aquavitae n • aquavite

aqueduct [Arch] n • aqueducto

aqueduct n • aqueducto

aqueous adj • aquee

aqueous, watery adj • aquose

aquifer n • aquifero

aquiline adj • aquilin

aquosity, wateriness n • aquositate Patrono:Dictionarios/Anglese-interlingua/a arab adj • arabic

arab adj • arabe

Arab, Arabian, Arabic adj • arabe (à-)

Arab, Arabian, Arabic adj • arabe

Arab, Arabian, Arabic adj • arabic

Arab n • arabe (à-)

Arab n • arabe

arabesque adj • arabesc

arabesque [Art] adj • arabesc

arabesque [Art] n • arabesco

arabesque n • arabesco

Arabia [Geog] n • Arabia

Arabia n • Arabia

arabic adj • arabic

arabic adj • arabe

Arabic n • arabe

Arabic n • arabe (à-)

Arabicism, Arabism, Arabic idiom n • arabismo

Arabist (student of Arabic language and culture) n • arabista

arable adj • arabile

arachidic adj • arachidic

Arachis [Bot] n • arachide (-rà-)

Arachis [Bot] n • arachide

arachnid adj • arachnide

arachnid n • arachnido

aramaic n • aramaic

aramaic n • aramean

arapahoe (amerindian) adj • arapaho

Arapahoe (amerindian) n • arapaho

arbiter n • arbitro (à-)

arbiter n • arbitro

arbitrage [Bank. etc] n • arbitrage (-aje)

arbitrage [Bank. etc] n • arbitrage

arbitrament, arbitration n • arbitrage

arbitrarily adv • arbitrarimente

arbitrariness n • arbitrarietate

arbitrary adj • arbitrari

arbitrate v • arbitrar

arbitration, arbitrament n • arbitrage

arbitration, arbitrament n • arbitrage (-aje)

arbitration, arbitrament n • arbitramento

arbitration n • arbitration

arbitration n • arbitro

arbitrator n • arbitrator

arbor n • herbiero

arbor vitae n • arborvite

arboreal adj • arboreal

arboreal, tree adj • arboree

arboresce, grow into a tree [Bot] v • arborescer

arborescence [Bot] n • arborescentia

arboretum n • arboreto

arborist n • arborista

arborization n • arborisation

arborize, give a treelike appearance to v • arborisar

arc n • arco

arc light n • lampa de arco

arc torch n • torcha de arco

arcade n • arcada

arcade n • passage

Arcadia n • Arcadia

Arcadian adj • arcadian

arch (1. to cause to arch or curve; 2. to furnish with arches) v • arcar

arch n • arco

arch v • arcar

archaelogically adv • archeologicamente

archaeo-, archae- (old) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] adj • arche-

archaeological adj • archeologic

archaeologist n • archeologo

archaeologist n • archeologo (-òlo-)

archaeology n • archeologia

archaeology n • archeologia (-ìa)

archaic adj • archaic

archaic adj • archaic (-àic)

archaism n • archaismo

archaism n • archaismo (-ìsmo)

archaist n • archaista (-ìsta)

archaist n • archaista

archaize v • archaisar

archangel n • archangelo (-àn-)

archangel n • archangelo

archbishop n • archiepiscopo (-ìs-)

archbishop n • archiepiscopo

archdeacon n • archidiacono (-dià-)

archdeacon n • archidiacono

archducal adj • archiducal

archduchess n • archiduchessa

archduchy n • archiducato

archduke n • archiduce

archer, bowman n • sagittario

archer n • flechator (-sha-)

archer n • archero

archer n • sagittario

archer n • flechator

archery n • archeria

archetype n • archetypo

archetype n • archetypo (-é-)

archiepiscopal adj • archiepiscopal

archiepiscopate n • archiepiscopato

Archimedes n • Archimedes

Archimedes n • Archimedes (-mé-)

archipelago n • archipelago

archipelago n • archipelago (-pé-)

architect n • architecto

architecton- (architect) [occurring in derivatives] n • architecton-

architectonic (architectural) adj • architectonic

architectonics (science or principles of architecture) n • architectonica

architectural adj • architectural

architecturally adv • architecturalmente

architecture n • architectura

architrave [Arch] n • architrave

archival adj • archival

archive n • archivo

archivist n • archivista

archivolt n • archivolta

archon [Gr. Hist] n • archonte

archpriest n • archipresbytero

archpriest n • archipresbytero (-bì-)

archpriest n • archiprestre

archway n • arcada

Arcopagite [Gr. Hist] n • areopagita

arct- (bear) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n • arct-

arctic adj • arctic

arctic n • oceano arctic

arctic n • arctico

Arcturus [Astron] n • Arcturo

ardent, ardurous adj • ardorose

ardent n • ardente

ardor (1. fierce heat; 2. fervor) n • ardor

ardor, ardour n • zelo

ardor, ardour n • ardor

ardor, impetuosity n • fuga

ardour n • zelo

ardour n • ardor

arduous (1. steep; 2. difficult to achieve) adj • ardue

arduous adj • ardue

arduousness n • arduitate

ardurous, ardent adj • ardorose

are (one hundredth part of a hectare) n • ar

are v • esse

area (1. clear space within a building; 2. surface extent) n • area

area (region) n • region

area (surface) n • area

arena (1. place of combat; 2. Med] (gravel) n • arena

arena n • arena

arenaceous, sandy adj • arenacee

aren't (are not) v • non es

Ares [Gr. Mythol] n • Ares

Ares [Gr. Mythol] n • Ares (à-)

argentan, German silver n • argentano

argentate adj • argentate

argentiferous, yielding silver adj • argentifere

Argentina [Geog] n • Argentina

Argentina n • Argentina

argentine adj • argentin

Argentine, Argentino n • argentino

argentine [Zool] n • argentina

argentinian n • argentino

argentous, containing silver adj • argentose

argil, clay n • argilla

Argo [Gr. Mythol] n • Argo

argon [Chem] n • argon (àr-)

argon [Chem] n • argon

Argonaut [Gr. Mythol] n • Argonauta

argot [F] n • argot

argotic adj • argotic

arguable adj • arguibile

arguable (debatable) adj • arguibile

argue (an of offer arguments for or against) v • arguer

argue (to offer arguments for or against) v • argumentar

argue v • argumentar

argue v • arguer

argument (1. reason offered in proof; 2. summary) n • argumento

argument (dispute) n • disputa

argument (dispute) n • altercation

argument (reason) n • argumento

argumentation n • argumentation

argumentative adj • argumentative

argumentative (containing a process of reasoning) adj • argumentative

argyranthous adj • argyranthe

argyric adj • argyric

argyrite [Mineral] n • argyrite

argyro-, argyr- (silver) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n • argyro-

Argyroneta, water spider [Zool] n • argyroneta

aria [Mus] n • aria [I]

aria [Mus] n • aria

arid adj • aride

arid adj • aride (à-)

aridity n • ariditate

aries n • ariete

Aries, Ram [Astron] n • Aries (à-)

Aries, Ram [Astron] n • Aries

arietation, ramming n • arietation

arietta [Mus] n • arietta

aright adv • justemente

aright adv • correctemente

ariose, arioso [Mus] adj • ariose

arioso [Mus] n • arioso

arise (originate) v • nascer

arise (originate) v • provenir

arise, rise v • surger [surg-/surrect-]

arise, rise v • surger

arise (rise) v • levar se

arise (rise) v • altiar se

arise (rise) v • surger

arise, spring (from) v • provenir

arisen adj • altiate

aristo-, arist- (best) [occurring in compounds] adj • arist-

aristocracy n • aristocratia (-ìa)

aristocracy n • aristocratia

aristocrat n • aristocrate

aristocrat n • aristocrate (-ò-)

aristocratic adj • aristocratic

Aristotelian adj • aristotelic

Aristotelianism n • aristotelismo

Aristotle [Gr. Philos] n • Aristotele

arithmetic, arithmetical adj • arithmetic

arithmetic n • arithmetica

arithmetician n • arithmetico

arithmo-, arithm- (number) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n • arithmo-

arithmomancy n • arithmomantia

arithmomancy n • arithmomantia (-ìa)

arithmometer n • arithmometro (-ò-)

arithmometer n • arithmometro

ark n • arca

arm (1. to supply with weapons; 2. to equip, fit out) v • armar

arm (1. weapon; 2. branch of the military service) n • arma

arm [Anat] n • brachio

arm [Anat] n • bracio

arm, arm- (pertaining to or done with the arm) adj • bracial

arm (equip with artillery) v • artillar

arm v • armar (se)

arm v • armar

arm (weapon) n • arma

arm in arm phr • con brac(h)ios juncte

armageddon n • harmagedon

armament (equipment with arms) n • armamento

armament n • armamento

armature [Magnet/Elec] n • armatura

armchair n • chaise de brachios, chaise de bracios

armchair n • confortabile

Armenia n • Armenia

Armenian (1. Armenian language; 2. inhabitant of Armenia) n • armenio

Armenian adj • armenie

armful n • brachiata, braciata

armful n • braciata, brachiata

armful n • braciata

armhole n • apertura del manica

armipotent adj • armipotente

armistice n • armistitio

armor n • armatura

armor n • cuirasse

armor (of a warship, etc.) n • cuirasse

armor plated adj • cuirassate

armored, armor-plated, panzer adj • cuirassate (pp of cuirassar)

armored, armor-plated, panzer adj • cuirassate

armorer (1. manufacturer of arms; 2. official in charge of armament or arms) n • armero

armor-plated, panzer, armored adj • cuirassate (pp of cuirassar)

armor-plated, panzer, armored adj • cuirassate

armory n • arsenal

armour n • armatura

armour n • cuirasse

armoury n • arsenal

armpit, axilla n • axilla

arms (armed) adj • armate

arms (in -) phr • armate

arms (weapons) n • armas

army, host n • hoste

army n • armea (-éa)

army n • armea

aroma n • aroma

aroma n • aromate

aroma n • aromate (-ò-)

aroma n • aroma [-ma/-mat-]

aromatic adj • aromatic

aromatic adj • fragante

aromatic, fragrant adj • aromatic

aromatization n • aromatisation

aromatize v • aromatisar

around (adv/prep) • circa

around, around about prep • circum

around, around about prep • circum (cìr-)

around (get -) v • ambular

around (go -) v • contornar

around (move -) v • contornar

around (pass -) v • contornar

around (stand -) v • circumstar

around (walk -) v • circumerrar

arousal n • eveliamento

arouse v • piccar

arouse v • eveliar

arpeggio [Mus] n • arpeggio

arpeggio [Mus] n • arpeggio [I]

arrange (1. to set in order; 2. to contrive; 3. to settle, straighten out) v • arrangiar

arrange (1. to set in order; 2. to contrive; 3. to settle, straighten out) v • arrangiar (-ja-)

arrange [Mus] v • adaptar

arrange (order) v • arrangiar

arrange (order) v • disponer

arrange, put in order v • ordinar

arrange, put in order v • struer

arrange, put in order v • struer [stru-/struct-]

arrange in series, to seriate v • seriar

arrangement (1. order; 2. preparation, plan) n • arrangiamento

arrangement (1. order; 2. preparation, plan) n • arrangiamento (-ja-)

arrangement (action of setting in order) n • ordination

arrangement (make -s) v • facer le preparativos

arrangement [Mus] n • adaptation

arrangement, order, disposition n • positura

arrangement, order n • ordinantia

arrangement (order) n • disposition

arrangement (order) n • arrangiamento

array (an army) v • ordinar

array (an army) v • arrangiar

array [Comp] n • arrangiamento

array [Comp] n • serie

array [Comp] n • matrice

array (deck out) v • vestir

array (deck out) v • adornar

array (in algorithms) v • arrangiar

array n • ordine

arrears (be in -) v • arretrar se

arrears (in -) adj/adv • arretrate

arrears n • arretrato

arrest (1. to stop, bring to a standstill; 2. to seize (someone) by legal authority) v • arrestar

arrest (act of seizing someone by legal authority) n • arrestation

arrest (apprehension by legal authority) n • arresto

arrest n • arresto

arrest n • arrestation

arrest v • arrestar

arresting, stopping (bringing to a standstill) n • arresto

arresting, stopping (bringing to a standstill) n • arrestation

arrival n • arrivata

arrival n • advenimento

arrive, succeed in arriving (at a place, etc.) v • pervenir

arrive v • arrivar

arrogance, haughtiness n • superbia

arrogance n • arrogantia

arrogant adj • arrogante

arrogant, overbearing adj • superbe

arrogate (1. [Rom. Law] (adrogate; 2. to claim as one's own) v • arrogar

arrogation (1. act of making exorbitant claims; 2. [Rom. Law]) n • arrogation

arrow n • sagitta

arrow n • flecha

arrow n • flecha (flésha)

arrow, sagittary adj • sagittari

arrowshaped, sagittiform adj • sagittiforme

arsenal n • arsenal

arsenic n • arsenico

arsenical adj • arsenical

arseniophosphate n • arseniophosphato

arseniosulfate n • arseniosulfato

arsenious adj • arseniose

arsenite [Chem] n • arsenite

arsenium, arsenic n • arsenium (-sé-)

arsenium, arsenic n • arsenium

arson n • incendiarismo

art (1. fine art; 2. skill) n • arte

art n • arte

art gallery n • pinacotheca

art of singing, singing n • canto

art school n • schola de arte

arterial adj • arterial

arteriosclerosis n • arteriosclerosis (-òsis)

arteriosclerosis n • arteriosclerosis

arteriotomy n • arteriotomia (-ìa)

arteriotomy n • arteriotomia

artery n • arteria

artful adj • artificiose

artful, crafty adj • artificiose

arthritic adj • arthritic

arthritic [Pathol] adj • arthritic

arthritis n • arthritis

arthritis [Pathol] n • arthritis

arthritis [Pathol] n • arthritis (-ìtis)

arthritism [Pathol] n • arthritismo

arthro- (joint) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n • arthro-

arthropod adj • arthropode (-rò-)

arthropod adj • arthropode

arthropod n • arthropodo

arthropod n • arthropodo (-rò-)

artichoke n • artichoc

article (1. paragraph, section; 2. article in a magazine, newspaper, etc.; 3. article of merchandise; 4. [Gram]) n • articulo

article (object) n • articulo

article (part of speech) n • articulo

articular adj • articular

articulate (1. jointed; 2. uttered in distinct syllables) adj • articulate

articulate (1. to form, move in, a joint; 2. to speak distinctly) v • articular

articulate adj • articulate

articulate v • articular

articulation (1. [Anat] joint; 2. enunciation) n • articulation

articulation, joint [Anat] n • conjunctura

articulation n • articulation

artifact, man-made product n • artefacto

artifice, trick n • artificio

artificer (skilled or artistic worker) n • artifice

artificer (skilled or artistic worker) n • artifice (-tì-)

artificial adj • artificial

artificial limb n • prothese (-òtese)

artificial limb n • prosthese

artificial limb n • prothese

artificially adv • artificialmente

artillery n • artilleria (-ìa)

artillery n • artilleria

artilleryman n • artillerista

artisan n • artisano

artist n • artista

artiste n • artista

artistic adj • artistic

artistic, disposed for the fine arts adj • music

Aruba [Geog] n • Aruba

Arya, Aryan n • Arya

Arya, Aryan n • Arya [Skr]

Aryan (1. Indo-Iranian; 2. Indo-European) adj • aryan

Aryan (1. Indo-Iranian; 2. Indo-European) n • aryano Patrono:Dictionarios/Anglese-interlingua/a as adv • como

as, how, in order that, to the end that, just as adv • ut

as, in the capacity of adv • qua

as, in the manner that (como) adv • quomodo (quò-)

as, in the manner that (como) adv • quomodo

as [Rom. Antiq] n • asse

as (same -) pron • mesmo que

as (since) conj • proque

as (since) conj • pois que

as, so adv • tan

as, so as, just as adv • sicut

as, so as, just as adv • sicut (sì-)

as (substitute, white - snow) prep • tanto blanc como le nive

as, than, in what manner, how adv/conj • quam

as, to such a degree, so adv • tam

as far as adv • usque (a)

as far as adv • usque

as for prep • quanto a

as from adv • a partir de

as if prep • como si

as if prep • quasi que

as in scale of a thermometer, a map, etc. n • scala

as in zero centigrade n • zero

as it were prep • pro si dicer

as long as adv • a condition que

as long as adv • proviste que

as many adv • tante

as much adv • tanto

as much as adv • quanto

as soon adv • si tosto que

as well adv • que

as white as snow prep • si blanc como le nive

as white as snow prep • tanto blanc como le nive

as yet, until now, so far, yet, still, this place, thus far, hitherto adv • adhuc

asbestos n • asbesto

ascend v • ascender [-scend-/-scens-]

ascend v • ascender

ascendancy, ascendant n • ascendente

ascendant, ascendancy n • ascendente

ascension, ascent n • ascension

ascension n • ascension

ascensional adj • ascensional

ascensionist, mountain climber n • ascensionista

ascent, ascension n • ascension

ascent, climb n • montata

ascent n • ascension

ascent n • montata

ascertain v • constatar

ascertain v • assecurar se

ascetic, ascetical adj • ascetic

ascetic n • asceta

ascetic practice n • ascese

ascetical, ascetic adj • ascetic

asceticism n • ascetismo

ascetics n • ascetica

ascribe, attribute v • attribuer

ascribe, attribute v • ascriber

ascribe, attribute v • ascriber [-scrib-/-script-]

ascribe, attribute v • attribuer [-tribu-/-tribut-]

ascribe v • ascriber

ascription n • ascription

asepsis n • asepsis

aseptic adj • aseptic

aseptic n • aseptico

asexual, sexless adj • asexual

ash, ash tree n • fraxino

ash, ash tree n • fraxino (fràx-)

ash (cinders) n • cinere

ash (tree) n • fraxino

ash box, bucket, ashpan (container for ashes) n • cineriero

ash grove [Bot] n • fraxineto

ash tray n • cineriera

ash tree, ash n • fraxino

ash tree, ash n • fraxino (fràx-)

ash wednesday n • mercuridi del cineres

ashamed adj • confuse

ashamed (be -) v • haber vergonia

ashes n • cinere

ashore adv • super le terra

ashore (go -) v • disbarcar

ashpan, ash box, bucket (container for ashes) n • cineriero

ashtray n • cineriero

ashtray n • cineriera

ashy (1. full of ashes; 2. ashen, ash-gray) adj • cinerose

Asia (1. Roman Province in Asia Minor; 2. the continent Asia) n • Asia

Asia [Geog] n • Asia

Asia Minor [Geog] n • Asia Minor

asian adj • asiatic

asian n • asiatico

Asiatic (1. pertaining to Asia; 2. [Rhet] florid, ornate) adj • asiatic

Asiatic n • asiatico

aside adj • parte

aside adj • al latere

asinine adj • asinin

asinine act n • asineria (-ìa)

asinine act n • asineria

asininity n • asininitate

asininity n • asineria (-ìa)

asininity n • asineria

ask (enquire) v • inquirer

ask (enquire) v • demandar

ask (invite) v • invitar

ask, query, question v • querer

ask, query, question v • querer [quer-/quest-;-quir-/-quest-/-quisit-]

ask v • demandar

ask a question n • facer un demanda

ask for, beg, request v • rogar

ask for, request, beg v • peter

askew adj • oblique

askew adv • de transverso

asleep adj • addormite

asleep adj • addormite (pp of addormir)

asleep (fall -) v • addormir se

asparagus n • asparago (-pà-)

asparagus n • asparago

aspect (1. look, appearance; 2. one of the aspects of a question; 3. [ Astrol]) n • aspecto

aspect n • aspecto

aspen, trembling poplar n • tremulo (tré-)

aspen, trembling poplar n • tremulo

aspergillum [Eccl] n • aspersorio

asperity, roughness, harshness n • asperitate

aspersion, sprinkling (act of) n • aspersion

asphalt n • asphalto

aspic [F] [Cookery] n • aspic

aspirant n • aspirante

aspirate [Phonet] v • aspirar

aspiration (1. desire for; 2. [Phonet] action of aspirating) n • aspiration

aspiration n • aspiration

aspirator (apparatus for drawing stream of air or gas through a tube) n • trompa

aspirator [Mech] n • aspirator

aspire (desire earnestly) v • aspirar

aspire v • aspirar (a)

aspire v • aspirar

aspirin n • aspirina

aspiring adj • ambitiose

Asplenium [Bot] n • asplenio

ass (buttocks) n • culo

ass, donkey n • asino(à-)

ass (donkey) n • asino

ass hole (insult) n • ano

assail, again, attack v • reattaccar

assail, attack, assault v • assaltar

assail, attack v • aggreder

assail, attack v • assalir [-sal-/-salt-]

assail, attack v • attaccar

assail, attack v • assalir

assail, attack v • aggreder [-gred-/-gress-]

assailable, attackable adj • attaccabile

assailant, assailer, attacker n • assalitor

assailant, attacker, assaulter n • assaltator

assailer, attacker, assailant n • assalitor

assassin, murderer n • assassino

assassin, murderer n • assassinator

assassin n • assassino

Assassin n • assassino

assassin n • assassinator

assassinate, murder v • assassinar

assassinate v • assassinar

assassinating, murder, murdering n • assassinamento

assassination n • assassination

assault, assail, attack v • assaltar

assault, attack n • assalto

assault n • assalto

assault n • attacco

assault v • assaltar

assaulter, assailant, attacker n • assaltator

assay (assay an ore, a metal etc.) v • essayar

assay (assayal) n • essayo (-sà-)

assay (assayal) n • essayo

assayable adj • essayabile

assayer n • essayator

assemble (a machine) v • adjustar

assemble (a machine) v • montar

assemble (gather or fit together) v • assemblar

assemble (gather) vt • assemblar

assemble (join, link) v • compaginar

assemble, troup, gather v • attruppar

assemble vi • assemblar se

assembler n • assemblator

assembling, gathering (act of) n • attruppamento

assembly, meeting n • assemblea (-éa)

assembly, meeting n • assemblea

assembly n • assemblea

assembly (of the parts of a machine) [Mach] n • adjustage (-aje)

assembly (of the parts of a machine) [Mach] n • adjustage

assembly hall n • sala de assemblea

assembly hall n • sala de reuniones

assembly line n • catena de montage

assent n • assentimento

assent (sanction) n • sanction

assent v • acceder (a)

assent v • assentir (a)

assent v • assentir

assent v • acceder

assert, affirm v • asserer [-ser-/-sert-]

assert, affirm v • asserer

assert v • affirmar

assert v • asserer

assert oneself v • imponer su autoritate

asserter, assertor n • assertor

assertion, affirmation n • assertion

assertion n • assertion

assertive adj • assertive

assertive, affirmative adj • assertive

assertory, affirming adj • assertori

assess (as in to assess each club member five dollars) v • quotisar

assess (evaluate) v • evalutar

assess (fix a quota for) v • quotisar

assess (tax) v • taxar

assessment (as in assessment of each club member) n • quotisation

assessment (contribution) n • quotisation

assessment (evaluation) n • evalutation

assessment (tax) n • taxation

assessor (as in assessor to a judge, magistrate, etc.) n • assessor

assessor, levier of taxes n • taxator

asset (advantage) n • avantage

asset (advantage) n • bon qualitate

asset (property) n • possession

assets [Commer] n • activo

assets n • activo

asseverate, affirm positively v • asseverar

asseverating, asseverative adj • asseverative

asseverative, asseverating adj • asseverative

assiduity n • assiduitate

assiduous adj • assidue

assign (1. to allot; 2. to fix, determine) v • assignar

assign, allot v • attribuer [-tribu-/-tribut-]

assign, allot v • attribuer

assign, allot v • tribuer

assign, allot v • tribuer [tribu-/tribut-]

assign v • assignar

assignable adj • assignabile

assignable, transferable adj • cessibile

assignation, assignment (1. act of allotting; 2. [Law] transfer of property, a right, etc.) n • assignation

assignee [Law] n • cessionario

assignment, assignation (1. act of allotting; 2. [Law] transfer of property, a right, etc.) n • assignation

assignment, cession [Law] n • cession

assignment n • assignation

assignment [School] n • deber

assimilable adj • assimilabile

assimilate (1. to make like; 2. to absorb) v • assimilar

assimilate v • assimilar (se)

assimilate v • assimilar

assimilation (1. action of making like; 2. absorption) n • assimilation

assimilative adj • assimilative

assimilator [Physiol] n • assimilator

assist, aid v • coadjuvar

assist, aid v • subvenir [-ven-/-vent-]

assist, aid v • coadjuvar [-juv-/-jut-]

assist, aid v • subvenir

assist, help v • assister

assist (help) v • adjutar

assist v • assister

assistance n • adjuta

assistance n • assistentia

assistant, deputy n • adjuncto

assistant, helper n • adjutante

assistant (helper) n • assistente

assistant (in a shop) n • commisso

assistant n • assistente

assizes n • sessiones de un tribunal

assizes n • assises

associate adj • associate

associate (business partner) n • associato

associate (connect, combine) v • associar

associate n • associato

associate n • socio

associate, partner n • socio

associate (partner, confederate) n • consorte

associate v • associar (se)

associate v • associar

association (1. act of connecting, combining; 2. group of people joined together for some purpose) n • association

association n • association

assonance n • assonantia

assonate (put or be in assonance) v • assonar

assorted adj • assortite

assorted adj • varie

assortment (collection of various kinds of goods) n • assortimento

assortment n • assortimento

assume (arrogate) v • arrogar

assume (suppose) v • supponer

assume (take on) v • assumer

assume (take to or upon oneself) v • assumer

assume (take to or upon oneself) v • assumer [-sum-/-sumpt-]

assumption (1. taking to or upon oneself; 2. [Logic]) n • assumption

assumption n • assumption

assurance (certainty) n • assecurantia

assurance (positive statement) n • assecurantia

assurance (self-confidence) n • disinvoltura

assure (reasure) v • assecurar

assure (secure) v • assecurar

assure (state positively) v • assecurar

assurer, underwriter, insurer n • assecurator

Assyria [Geog] n • Assyria

Assyria n • Assyria

assyrian adj • assyrie

Assyrian adj • assyrie

assyrian n • assyrio

Assyrian n • assyrio

Assyriologist, Assyriologue n • assyriologo

Assyriologist, Assyriologue n • assyriologo (-òlogo)

Assyriology n • assyriologia

Assyriology n • assyriologia (-ìa)

aster [Bot] n • astere

asteriated opal n • asteria

asterisk n • asterisco

asterisk [Print] n • asterisco

asterism [Astron] n • asterismo

asteroid [Astron] n • asteroide

asthen- (weak) occurring in derivatives] adj • asthen-

asthenia n • asthenia (-ìa)

asthenia n • asthenia

asthenic adj • asthenic

asthenic n • asthenico

asthma n • asthma [-ma/-mat-]

asthma n • asthma

asthmatic adj • asthmatic

asthmatic n • asthmatico

astigmatic adj • astigmatic

astigmatism n • astigmatismo

astonish v • stupefacer

astonish v • surprender

astonished adj • stupefacte

astonishment n • stupefaction

astound v • stupefacer

astral adj • astral

astray adj • foras del strata

astray (go -) v • disviar se

astray (lead -) v • discamminar

astriction n • astriction

astrictive, astringent adj • astrictive

astride (on horseback) adv • a cavallo

astride prep • trans

astride (with legs apart) adv • con le gambas a parte

astringe v • astringer

astringe v • astringer [-string-/-strict-]

astringency n • astringentia

astringent, astrictive adj • astrictive

astringent n • astringente

astrolabe n • astrolabio

astrolatry n • astrolatria

astrolatry n • astrolatria (-ìa)

astrologer n • astrologo (-trò-)

astrologer n • astrologo

astrological adj • astrologic

astrology n • astrologia (-ìa)

astrology n • astrologia

astronaut n • astronauta

astronomer n • astronomo (-trò-)

astronomer n • astronomo

astronomic, astronomical adj • astronomic

astronomical adj • astronomic

astronomy n • astronomia

astronomy n • astronomia (-ìa)

astrophotographic adj • astrophotographic

astrophotography n • astrophotographia

astrophotography n • astrophotographia (-ìa)

astrophysical adj • astrophysic

astrophysics n • astrophysica

astute (1. sagacious; 2. crafty) adj • astute

astute adj • astute

astute adj • sagace

astuteness n • astutia

asunder adv • in duo

asylum (1. shelter, refuge; 2. institution for protection or relief) n • asylo

asylum (lunatic -) n • asylo pro alienatos

asylum n • asylo

asylum, orphanage, orphan n • orphanato

asymmetric adj • asymmetric

asymmetric, asymmetrical adj • asymmetre (-sìm-)

asymmetric, asymmetrical adj • asymmetre

asymmetry n • asymmetria

asymmetry n • asymmetria (-ìa) Patrono:Dictionarios/Anglese-interlingua/a at (- the) prep • al

at (a point in space or time, a stage of development, etc.) prep • a

at (a) prep • ad

at, by, near, with prep • apud

at, by, near, with prep • apud (à-)

at prep • a

at a distance, far off, far away adv • procul

at a distance, far off, far away adv • procul (prò-)

at a future time, sometime in the future adv • olim

at a future time, sometime in the future adv • olim (ò-)

at another time adv • alias (àl-)

at another time adv • alias

at another time phr • alias

at any time, at some time or other adv • aliquando

at any time, ever adv • unquam (ùnquam)

at any time, ever adv • unquam

at any time, ever adv • jammais

at any time, ever adv • jammais (-màis)

at hand, near adv • propter

at hand, near adv • propter (pròp-)

at once, at the same time, together adv • simul

at once, at the same time, together adv • simul (sì-)

at once, right away, already adv • jam

at one time, formerly n • vice

at present, just now adv • actualmente

at random, in different places, passim, here and there, scattered adv • passim (pàs-)

at random, in different places, passim, here and there, scattered adv • passim

at some time or other adv • alquando

at some time or other, at any time adv • aliquando

at the same time, together, at once adv • simul (sì-)

at the same time, together, at once adv • simul

atavism n • atavismo

atavist n • atavista

atavistic adj • atavistic

atavistic adj • atavic

ataxia, ataxy [Pathol] n • ataxia (-ìa)

ataxia, ataxy [Pathol] n • ataxia

atheism n • atheismo

atheist, atheistic adj • athee

atheist n • atheo

atheist n • atheista

athematic adj • athematic

Athena [Gr. Mythol] n • Athena

Athenaeum (1. [Gr. Hist]; 2. [Rom. Hist]) n • Atheneo

Athenaeum (1. Gr. Hist]; 2. Rom. Hist]) n • Atheneo (-éo)

Athens [Geog] n • Athenas

Athens n • Athenas (-té-)

Athens n • Athenas

athlete n • athleta

athlete's foot, tinea, ringworm [Pathol] n • tinea

athletic adj • athletic

athleticism n • athletismo

athletics n • athletica

athlo- (contest) [occurring in compounds] n • athlo-

at-home adv. Phr • a casa

Atlanta n • Atlanta

atlantic adj • atlantic

Atlantic (as in Atlantic coast) adj • atlantic

atlantic n • oceano atlantic

atlantic n • atlantico

Atlantis n • Atlantida

Atlantis n • Atlantida (-làn-)

Atlas [Geog] n • Atlas

Atlas [Gr. Mythol] n • Atlas

Atlas [Gr. Mythol] n • Atlante

Atlas [Gr. Mythol] n • Atlas (àt-)

Atlas Mountains [Geog] n • Atlas

Atlas Mountains [Geog] n • Atlas (àt-)

atmo- (steam, vapor) [occurring in compounds] n • atmo-

atmosphere n • atmosphera

atmospheric, atmospherical adj • atmospheric

atmospheric n • atmospheric

atmospherics n • disturbationes atmospheric

atockade n • stockade, stoccada

atockade n • stoccada, stockade

atoll n • atollo

atom n • atomo

atom n • atomo (à-)

atom-bomb n • bomba atomic

atomic adj • atomic

atomicity n • atomicitate

atomism [Philos] n • atomismo

atomist n • atomista

atomistic adj • atomistic

atomize (reduce to atoms) v • atomisar

atomizer, pulverizer, spray n • pulverisator

atomizer, vaporizer n • vaporisator

atone v • expiar

atone-for v • expiar

atonement n • expiation

atonic (1. [Med]; 2. [Phonet]) adj • atonic

atonic [Med] adj • atone

at-present adv • actualmente

atrabile, melancholy (1. [Anc. Med] black bile; 2. gloom) n • atrabile (-ìle)

atrabile, melancholy (1. [Anc. Med] black bile; 2. gloom) n • atrabile

atrabiliary, melancholic (1. [Med]; 2. gloomy, depressed in spirit) adj • atrabiliari

atro- (black) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] adj • atr-

atrocious adj • atroce

atrocity (1. horrible wickedness; 2. atrocious deed) n • atrocitate

atrocity n • atrocitate

atrophic adj • atrophe

atrophic adj • atrophe (à-)

atrophy (cause to atrophy) v • atrophiar

atrophy n • atrophia

atrophy n • atrophia (-ìa)

attach (affix) v • affixar

attach, bind (to) v • alligar

attach, fasten, again v • reattaccar

attach, fasten v • attaccar

attach v • attaccar

attach v • attachar

attachable adj • attachabile

attachable adj • attaccabile

attache n • attache

attache-case n • valise pro documentos

attached, joined, joint adj • juncte

attachment (1. action of fastening) n • attaccamento

attachment (2. affection) n • attaccamento

attachment (accessory) n • accessorio

attachment (adherence) n • adherentia

attachment (affection, fastening) n • attaccamento

attachment (fastening) n • attachamento

attack, assail, again v • reattaccar

attack, assail v • assalir [-sal-/-salt-]

attack, assail v • aggreder

attack, assail v • attaccar

attack, assail v • assalir

attack, assail v • aggreder [-gred-/-gress-]

attack, assault, assail v • assaltar

attack, assault n • assalto

attack (assault) n • attacco

attack [Med] n • attacco

attack n • insulto

attack n • attacco

attack v • insultar

attack v • attaccar

attackable, assailable adj • attaccabile

attacker, aggressor n • insultator

attacker, assailant, assailer n • assalitor

attacker, assaulter, assailant n • assaltator

attacker n • aggressor

attacking, making a criminal attempt on adj • attentatori

attain (arrive at, reach) v • attinger

attain, enter upon v • adir

attain v • attinger

attainment (action or process of attaining) n • attingimento

attainment n • attingimento

attemper (1. to temper, moderate by mixture; 2. to accommodate) v • attemperar

attempt (criminal) n • attentato

attempt, endeavor n • tentativa

attempt, essay n • essayo

attempt, essay n • essayo (-sà-)

attempt, try v • tentar

attempt (try) n • essayo

attempt (try) n • tentativa

attempt v • tractar

attempt v • tentar

attempt v • provar

attempt v • essayar

attend (accompany) v • accompaniar

attend (be present at) vt • assister a

attend [Med] v • attender

attend (pay attention) vi • prestar attention

attend (school) v • frequentar

attend to, give attention to v • attender

attend to, give attention to v • attender [-tend-/-tent-]

attendance n • assistentia

attendance (presence) n • assistentia

attendance, retinue n • accompaniamento

attendance (service) n • servicio

attendant n • custode

attendant n • attendente

attendant (one attending to someone's needs) n • attendente

attend-to v • attender

attention (1. careful notice, heed; 2. act of courtesy) n • attention

attention n • attention

attention (pay -) v • prestar attention

attentive (1. intent; 2. courteous) adj • attentive

attentive adj • attentive

attentive adj • attente

attentive, advertent adj • advertente (ppr of adverter)

attentive, advertent adj • advertente

attentive, intent adj • attente

attenuate (make thin or slender) v • attenuar

attenuation n • attenuation

attest (1. to testify to; 2. to certify) v • attestar

attestant, attester n • attestator

attestation (attesting, witnessing) n • attestation

attestation, testimony n • testimonio

attester, attestant n • attestator

at-this-moment phr • in iste momento

attic n • mansarda

attire, clothe v • inrobar

attire, deck out v • revestir

attitude (1. position of the body; 2. way of thinking, acting, or feeling) n • attitude

attitude n • attitude

attorney n • procurator

attorney-general n • procurator general

attract (1. to draw to oneself; 2. to allure) v • attraher

attract (1. to draw to oneself; 2. to allure) v • attraher [-trah-/-tract-]

attract v • attraher

attraction (force of) [Phys] n • attractivitate

attraction n • attraction

attractive (1. [Phys]; 2. alluring) adj • attractive

attractive adj • attractive

attractive, likable adj • sympathic

attractive (nice) adj • sympathic

attractiveness, charm n • charme [F]

attractiveness, charm n • charme

attractiveness n • charme

attractiveness n • attractivitate

attractiveness n • attraction

attributable n • attribuibile

attribute (1. inherent quality; 2. conventional symbol; 3. [Gram]) n • attributo

attribute, ascribe v • ascriber

attribute, ascribe v • attribuer

attribute, ascribe v • ascriber [-scrib-/-script-]

attribute, ascribe v • attribuer [-tribu-/-tribut-]

attribute n • attributo

attribute v • attribuer

attribution n • attribution

attributive (1. attributing; 2. [Gram]) adj • attributive

attrite [Theol] adj • attrite

attrition n • attrition Patrono:Dictionarios/Anglese-interlingua/a auburn adj • castanie clar

auction, auctioneer v • auctionar

auction n • auction

auction v • auctionar

auctioneer, auction v • auctionar

auctioneer n • auctionator

audacious adj • audace

audacious, daring adj • audaciose

audacious, daring adj • audace

audacity, daring n • audacia

audacity n • audacia

audibility n • audibitate

audible adj • audibile

audience (1. interview with a person of high rank; 2. hearing) n • audientia

audience (assembly of listeners) n • auditorio

audience (interview) n • audientia

audience (listeners) n • auditorio

audiometer [Acous] n • audiometro

audiometer [Acous] n • audiometro (-ò-)

audiovisual adj • audiovisual

audiovisually adv • audiovisualmente

audit n • verification de contos

audit v • verificar

audit, verification n • appuramento

audition (act of hearing) n • audita

audition (act of hearing) n • audition

audition n • audition

audition v • dar audition a

auditor, hearer, listener n • auditor

auditor n • verificator de contos

auditor n • revisor

auditorium, auditory n • auditorio

auditorium n • auditorio

auditory adj • auditive

auditory adj • auditori

auditory, auditorium n • auditorio

augment [Gram] n • augmento

augment, increase v • augmentar

augmentable adj • augmentabile

augmentation, increase n • augmentation

augmentation, increase n • augmento

augmentative [Gram] adj • augmentative

augmenter n • augmentator

augur (1. [Rom. Hist]; 2. soothsayer) n • augure (àugure)

augur (1. [Rom. Hist]; 2. soothsayer) n • augure

augur (1. to act as augur; 2. to predict, foretell) v • augurar

augury (1. art of the augur; 2. omen, sign) n • augurio

august adj • auguste

August n • augusto

august (one) (the) n • augusto

Augustan adj • augustee

Augustinian adj • augustinian

Augustinian n • augustiniano

Augustinianism n • augustinianismo

auk [Ornith] n • alca

aulo- (flute) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] n • aulo-

aunt n • amita (àm-)

aunt n • amita

au-pair n • au pair

au-pair n • servitrice au pair

aura n • aura

aural adj • aural

aureole, halo n • aureola

aureole, halo n • aureola (-ré-)

auricle (1. auricle of the ear; 2. auricle of the heart) n • auricula

auricula, bear's ear [Bot] n • auricula

auriferous, gold-bearing adj • aurifere

auriform, ear-shaped adj • auriforme

aurist, otologist (ear specialist) n • aurista

auspex [Hist] n • auspice (àu-)

auspex [Hist] n • auspice

auspice (sign or token derived from the observation of birds) Hist] n • auspicio

auspices n • auspicios

Auster, south wind n • austro

austere adj • auster

austereness, austerity n • austeritate

austerity, austereness n • austeritate

austerity n • austeritate

austral, southern adj • austral

Australasia n • Australasia

Australasian adj • australasian

Australia [Geog] n • Australia

Australia n • Australia

australian adj • australian

Australian adj • australian

Australian n • australiano

australian n • australiano

Austria [Geog] n • Austria

Austria n • Austria

Austrian adj • austriac (-ì-)

austrian adj • austriac

Austrian adj • austriac

Austrian n • austriaco (-ì-)

austrian n • austriaco

Austrian n • austriaco

autarchy, self-sufficiency n • autarchia

autarchy, self-sufficiency n • autarchia (-ìa)

authentic adj • authentic

authenticate (1. to render authentic; 2. to prove authentic) v • authenticar

authentication n • authentication

authenticity n • authenticitate

author (1. originator; 2. writer) n • autor

author n • autor

authoritarian adj • autoritari

authoritarianism n • autoritatismo

authoritative, dictatorial adj • autoritari

authoritative (of document) adj • autorisate

authoritative (of manner) adj • autoritari

authority n • autoritate

authorizable adj • autorisabile

authorization n • autorisation

authorize v • autorisar

authorship n • autorato

autism n • autismo

autistic adj • autistic

auto, motorcar, car n • auto

autobiographic, autobiographical adj • autobiographic

autobiographical adj • autobiographic

autobiography n • autobiographia

autobiography n • autobiographia (-ìa)

autobus, us (motor) n • autobus

autobus, us (motor) n • autobus (-bùs)

autochthon n • autochthono (-òctono)

autochthon n • autochthono

autochthonous adj • autochthone

autochthony n • autochthonia (-ìa)

autochthony n • autochthonia

autoclave, pressure cooker n • autoclave

autocracy n • autocratia

autocracy n • autocratia (-ìa)

autocrat n • autocrate

autocrat n • autocrate (-ò-)

autocratic adj • autocratic

auto-da-fé n • autodafé

auto-da-fé n • autodafé P]

autodidact (one who is self-taught) n • autodidacto

autodidactic adj • autodidactic

autodrome (race course for automobiles) n • autodromo

autodrome (race course for automobiles) n • autodromo (-tò-)

autogiro n • autogyro

autograph, make autographic reproductions v • autographiar

autograph n • autographo (-tò-)

autograph n • autographo

autograph v • autographiar

autographic adj • autographic

autography (art of autographic reproduction) n • autographia

autography (art of autographic reproduction) n • autographia (-ìa)

autoist n • autoista

automatic adj • automatic

automaticity, automatism (state of being automatic) n • automaticitate

automation n • automatisation

automatism n • automatismo

automatize, render automatic v • automatisar

automaton n • automato (-tò-)

automaton n • automato

automatous, automatic adj • automate (-tò-)

automatous, automatic adj • automate

automobile, motor vehicle n • automobile

automobile n • automobile

automobile, self-propelling adj • automobile

automobilism n • automobilismo

automobilist, motorist n • automobilista

autonomous adj • autonome

autonomous (self-governing) adj • autonome (-tò-)

autonomous (self-governing) adj • autonome

autonomy n • autonomia

autonomy n • autonomia (-ìa)

autopsy [Med] n • autopsia

autopsy [Med] n • autopsia (-ìa)

autopsy n • autopsia

autopsy, necropsy [Med] n • necropsia (-ìa)

autopsy, necropsy [Med] n • necropsia

autumn, fall n • autumno

autumn n • autumno

autumnal adj • autumnal

auxiliary adj • auxiliar

auxiliary n • auxiliator Patrono:Dictionarios/Anglese-interlingua/a avail v • disponer (se) de

avail v • disponer de

availability n • disponibilitate

available adj • disponibile

available adj • utilisabile

available (be -) v • esser disponibile

available (capable of being turned to account) adj • utilisabile

available, disposable adj • disponibile

available (make -) v • facer disponibile

avalanche [F] n • avalanche

avarice n • avaritia

avaricious adj • avaritiose

avaricious (miserly) adj • avar

ave (Ave bead of the rosary) n • ave

ave (Ave Maria) n • ave

ave (time of ringing the Ave bell) n • ave

avenge, revenge v • vindicar

avenge v • vengiar (-jàr)

avenge v • vindicar

avenge v • vengiar

avenger n • vengiator (-ja-)

avenger n • vengiator

avenger n • vindice (vìn-)

avenger n • vindice

avenger n • vindicator

avenue [F] n • avenue

avenue [F] (walk, alley) n • allée

avenue n • allee

avenue n • avenite

avenue n • avenue

aver (avouch, verify) v • averar

average adj • medie

average, mean adj • medie

average, mean n • media

average n • media

average (on -) phr • in media

average v • render le media de

average v • calcular le media de

averred, ratified [Law] adj • rate

aversion (1. act of averting turning away; 2. strong dislike) n • aversion

aversion n • aversion

avert, turn away v • averter [-vert-/-vers-]

avert, turn away v • averter

avert v • averter

aviarist n • aviarista

aviary n • aviario

aviate v • aviar

aviation n • aviation

aviator n • aviator

aviatrix n • aviatrice

aviculture n • avicultura

avid adj • avide

avid, greedy adj • avide

avid, greedy adj • avide (à-)

avidity, greed, greediness n • aviditate

avocado, alligator pear n • avocato

avocado (tree) n • avocatiero

avoid, shun v • evitar

avoid v • evitar

avoidable adj • eluctabile

avoidable adj • evitabile

avoidance n • evitation

avoiding, shunning (act of) n • evitation

avoirdupois n • avoirdupois

avoirdupois n • avoirdupois A]

avouch (aver, verify) v • averar

avulse, tear away v • aveller

avulse, tear away v • aveller [-vell-/-vuls-]

avulsion (tearing away) n • avulsion

avuncular adj • avuncular Patrono:Dictionarios/Anglese-interlingua/a await v • attender

await, wait for v • attender

await, wait for v • attender [-tend-/-tent-]

awake adj • vigile

awake v • eveliar (se)

awake v • eveliar

awaken v • eveliar

awaken v • eveliar (se)

awakener n • eveliator

awakening n • evelia

award (prize) n • precio

award (prize) n • premio

award (reward) n • recompensa

award v • premiar

award v • adjudicar

award a prize to, reward v • premiar

award or pronounce an interlocutory decree [Law] v • interloquer

award or pronounce an interlocutory decree [Law] v • interloquer [loqu-/-locut-]

aware adj • conscie

aware (be -) v • esser conscie

awareness n • conscientia

away adv • foras

away adv • via

away (two kilometers -) phr • a duo kilometros

awe n • pavor reverential

awe-inspiring adj • tremende

awe-inspiring adj • imponente

awe-struck adj • horrificate

awful adj • terribile

awfully adv • terribilemente multo

awkward (clumsy) adj • inhabile

awkward (difficult to deal with) adj • embarassose

awkward (difficult to deal with) adj • difficile

awl n • subula (sù-)

awl n • subula

awl-shaped, subulate adj • subulate

awning n • tenta

awol adj • absente sin permisso Patrono:Dictionarios/Anglese-interlingua/a ax, axe n • hacha (-sha)

ax, axe n • hacha

ax n • hacha

axe, ax n • hacha (-sha)

axe, ax n • hacha

axe n • hacha

axial adj • axial

axil [Bot] n • axilla

axilla, armpit n • axilla

axillary (1. pertaining to the axilla; 2. [Bot]) adj • axillari

axiom n • axioma [-ma/-mat-]

axiom n • axioma

axiomatic adj • axiomatic

axis n • axe

axle, axletree n • axe

axle n • axe

axletree, axle n • axe

axunge [Pharm] n • axungia Patrono:Dictionarios/Anglese-interlingua/a azalea [Bot] n • azalea

azalea n • azalea

azoic adj • azoic

Azores, Azores Islands [Geog] n • le Insulas Azores

azure adj • azur

azure (color of the clear sky) n • azurato

azure (the blue color of the clear sky) n • azuro

azymous, unleavened adj • azyme (à-)

azymous, unleavened adj • azyme