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d (letter -) {n} • littera d (de)

D (the note) [Mus] {n} • re

dab {n} • colpo legier

dab {v} • applicar con colpo legier

dabble {v} • agitar

dabble {v} • occupar se como dilettante

dactyl {n} • dactylo

dactyl [Pros] {n} • dactylo

dactyl [Pros] {n} • dactylo (dàc-)

dactylic {adj} • dactylic

dactylology {n} • dactylologia

dactylology {n} • dactylologia (-ìa)

dactyloscopy, fingerprint identification {n} • dactyloscopia (-ìa)

dactyloscopy, fingerprint identification {n} • dactyloscopia

dad, daddy {n} • papa

daddy, dad {n} • papa

daddy, papa {n} • papa

daemon [Gr. Relig] {n} • demone

daffodil {n} • narcisso silvestre

daft {adj} • folle

daft {adj} • stupide

dagger {n} • daga

dagger {n} • pugnal

dagger, poniard {n} • pugnal

dahlia [Bot] {n} • dahlia (dàl-)

dahlia [Bot] {n} • dahlia

dahlia {n} • dahlia

daily {adj} • quotidian

daily {adv} • quotidianmente

daily {adv} • omne die

daily (cleaner) {n} • domestica (nonresidente)

daily (cleaner) {n} • domestica

daily (newspaper) {n} • quotidiano

dainty {adj} • delicate

dainty {n} • delicatessa

dairy ( place where milk and cream are kept and made into butter and cheese; 2. store that sells milk and milk products) {n} • lacteria

dairy ( place where milk and cream are kept and made into butter and cheese; 2. store that sells milk and milk products) {n} • lacteria (-ìa)

dairy {n} • lacteria

dairy farm {n} • vaccheria (-ìa)

dairy farm {n} • vaccheria

dairy-farm {n} • ferma lactari

dairy-produce {n} • productos lactari

dais, platform, estrade {n} • estrade

dais, platform, estrade {n} • estrade [F]

daisy, marguerite {n} • margarita

daisy {n} • margarita

Daltonian {adj} • daltonian

Daltonism {n} • daltonismo

dam (animal) {n} • matre

dam (dike) {n} • dica

dam (dike) {n} • barrage

dam {v} • barrar

dam, weir {n} • dica

damage, damnify {v} • damnificar

damage, harm {n} • damno

damage {n} • injuria

damage {n} • damno

damage, spoil {v} • guastar

damage {v} • guastar

damage {v} • damnificar

damages {n} • indemnitate

Damascene (inhabitant of Damascus) {n} • damasceno

Damascene (of Damascus) {adj} • damascen

damascene {v} • damascenar

damascene (work) {n} • damascenage (-aje)

damascene (work) {n} • damascenage

damascener {n} • damascenator

Damascus {n} • Damasco

damask (weave or adorn with damask ornamentation) {v} • damascar

dame, donna {n} • donna

damn (I don't give a -) {phr} • non me importa

damn {interj} • diabolo!

damn [Theol] {v} • damnar

damn {v} • damnar

damnable {adj} • damnabile

damnable (deserving damnation) {adj} • damnabile

damnation {n} • damnation

damnation [Theol] {n} • damnation

damnify, damage {v} • damnificar

damp {adj} • humide

damp {n} • humiditate

damp, wet {adj} • humide

dampen, moisten {v} • humectar

dampen (of enthusiasm) {v} • amortir

dampen (wet) {v} • humectar

damper (of car) {n} • amortisator

damper (of furnace) {n} • registro

dampness {n} • humiditate

dampproof {adj} • impermeabile

damsel {n} • donzella

damsel {n} • virgine

damsel {n} • puera

damson {n} • damasceno

dance (dancing) {n} • dansa

dance [Mus] {n} • dansa

dance {n} • dansa

dance {v} • dansar

dance {v} • ballar

dance a quadrille {v} • quadrillar

dancer [Masc] • dansator, dansatrice

dancer [Masc] • dansatrice, dansator

dancer {n} • dansator

dancing pump {n} • scarpino

dandelion {n} • dente de leon

dandruff {n} • furfure

dandruff (scurf, furfur) {n} • furfure

dandruffy (scurfy) {adj} • furfurose

dandy horse, velocipede {n} • velocifero (-cì-)

dandy horse, velocipede {n} • velocifero

Dane (great) {adj} • danese

Dane (great) {n} • dano

dane {n} • danese

Dane (native of Denmark) {n} • dano

Dane (of Denmark) {adj} • danese

danger {n} • periculo

danger (peril) {n} • periculo

danger (peril) {n} • periculo (-ìculo)

dangerous {adj} • periculose

dangerous (perilous) {adj} • periculose

dangle {vi} • esser suspense

dangle {vt} • suspender

Danish {adj} • dan

danish {adj/n} • danese

Danish danese {adj} • danese

dank {adj} • humide

Danube {n} • Danubio

Danubian {adj} • danubian

Dardania {n} • Dardania

Dardanian, Trojan {n} • dardano

Dardanian, Trojan {n} • dardano (dàr-)

Dardanian Trojan {adj} • dardane

Dardanus [Mythol] {n} • Dardano

Dardanus [Mythol] {n} • Dardano (dàr-)

dare (I - say) {adv} • probabilemente

dare (I - say) {adv} • forsan

dare {n} • defia

dare {v} • osar

daredevil {n} • osato

daring {adj} • osate (pp of osar)

daring {adj} • osate

daring {adj} • audace

daring {adj} • hardite

daring, audacious {adj} • audace

daring, audacious {adj} • audaciose

daring, audacity {n} • audacia

daring, hardihood, boldness {n} • harditessa

daring, hardy, bold {adj} • hardite (pp of hardir)

daring, hardy, bold {adj} • hardite

daring {n} • harditessa

daring {n} • audacia

dark (1. obscure, dusky, tenebrous; 2. sinister, evil) {adj} • tenebrose

dark {adj} • tenebrose

dark {adj} • obscur

dark {n} • tenebras

dark, obscure, dim {adj} • obscur

darken, obscure, dim {v} • obscurar

darken, shade (put shading in or on) {v} • umbrar

darken {v} • obscurar

darkness (1. dark; 2. wickedness) {n} • tenebrositate

darkness {n} • tenebras

darkness {n} • obscuritate

darkness, obscurity, dimness {n} • obscuritate

darkroom {n} • camera obscur

darling {adj} • car

darling [Fem] {n} • cara

darling [Masc] {n} • caro

darn {v} • sarcir

dart (for game) {n} • flechetta

dart {v} • precipitar se subitemente

dart (weapon) {n} • dardo

dartboard {n} • scopo pro flechettas

Darwinian {adj} • darwinian

Darwinism {n} • darwinismo

Darwinist, Darwinian {n} • darwinista

dash (bit) {n} • pauc

dash (daring) {n} • ardor

dash (line) {n} • lineetta

dash {vi} • precipitar se

dash {vt} • lancear con violentia

dashboard {n} • pannello a instrumentos

dashing {adj} • galliarde

data {n} • datos

data-processing {n} • elaboration de datos

dataria, datary [Eccl] {n} • dataria

datary, dataria [Eccl] {n} • dataria

datary (head of the datary) [Eccl] {n} • datario

date (-) {phr} • usque al presente

date {adv} • usque nunc

date (calendar) {n} • data

date (date according to the calendar) {n} • data

date (fruit) {n} • dactylo

date (fruit of the date palm) {n} • dattilo

date (fruit of the date palm) {n} • dattilo (dà-)

date (fruit of the date palm) {n} • dactylo (dàc-)

date (fruit of the date palm) {n} • dactylo

date (mark with a date) {v} • datar

date (out of -) {adj} • obsolete

date (out of -) {adj} • antiquate

date (up to -) {adv} • moderne

date (up to -) {adv} • actual

date {v} • datar

date forward, postdate {v} • postdatar

date-from {phr} • datar de

dative [Law] {adj} • dative

dative {n} • dativo

datum {n} • dato

daub {v} • revestir, coperir

daub {v} • coperir, revestir

daughter {n} • filia

daughter-in-law {n} • filia affin

daunt {v} • intimidar

dauphin [Fr. Hist] {n} • delphino

dawdle {v} • perder le tempore

dawdle {v} • tardar

dawn (beginning) {n} • initio

dawn, break of day {n} • alba

dawn (daybreak) {n} • alba

dawn (daybreak) {n} • aurora

dawn {n} • aurora

dawn {v} • comenciar a parer

dawning {adj} • nascente

dawning (beginning) {n} • initio

dawning, nascent {adj} • nascente (ppr of nascer)

dawning, nascent {adj} • nascente

day (1. day as opposed to night; 2. period of twenty-four hours) {n} • jorno

day (1. day as opposed to night) {n} • die

day (by -) {phr} • de die

day (from - to -) {phr} • de die in die

day (good -) Greet] • bon die

day {n} • die

day (one -) {phr} • un belle die

day (the - after tomorrow) {n} • postdeman

day before yesterday {adv} • ante-heri

day lily, Hemerocallis [Bot] {n} • hemerocallide

day-before-yesterday {n} • anteheri

daybreak {n} • alba

daydream {n} • reverie

daydream {v} • soniar

daydream {v} • soniar (distractemente)

daylight {n} • lumine del die

day's cutting or mowing {n} • falcata

day's journey {n} • jornata

daze {n} • esturdimento

daze, stun {v} • esturdir

daze {v} • esturdir

dazzle (blinding) {n} • cecamento

dazzle (pomp) {n} • pompa

dazzle {v} • cecar

dazzling brightness, fulgor {n} • fulgor

deacon [Bib] {n} • diacono

deacon (member of the order of clergy immediately below that of priest) {n} • diacono (-à-)

deacon (member of the order of clergy immediately below that of priest) {n} • diacono

deaconess (1. [Early Chr. Ch]; 2. member of a Protestant sisterhood devoted to works of charity and religion) {n} • diaconessa

dead {adj} • morte

dead (at - of night) {phr} • in le medio del nocte

dead {n} • morte

dead heat [Horse Racing] {n} • dead heat [A]

dead heat [Horse Racing] {n} • dead heat

dead man or person, deceased {n} • morto

deaden (feelings, taste) {v} • amortir

deaden {v} • amortir

dead-end {n} • impasse

deadening, subduing (act of) {n} • amortimento

dead-letter {n} • littera morte

deadline {n} • data ultime

deadline {n} • data limitar

deadlock {n} • impasse

deadly, fatal, death-bearing {adj} • mortifere

deadly nightshade [Bot] {n} • belladonna

Dead-Sea [Geog] {n} • Mar Morte

deaf {adj} • surde

deaf and dumb, deaf-mute {adj} • surdemute

deaf-aid {n} • apparato acustic

deaf-and-dumb {adj} • surdemute

deafen (stun with noise) {v} • assurdar

deafen {v} • assurdar

deaf-mute, deaf and dumb {adj} • surdemute

deafness {n} • surditate

deal (a blow) {vt} • dar

deal (a great -) {adj} • multo

deal (business) {n} • negotio

deal (business) {n} • transaction

deal (cards) {v} • distribuir

deal (do business) {vi} • mercar

deal {n} • distribution de cartas

deal {n} • mano de cartas

deal, trade (do business) {v} • commerciar

deal, trade (do business) {v} • mercar

deal {v} • facer distribution de cartas

deal {v} • dar un mano de cartas

deal (wood) {n} • abiete

dealer, gypsum worker {n} • gypsero

dealer, marketer, merchant {n} • mercator

dealer, merchant {n} • mercante

dealer, merchant (one engaged in trade) {n} • negotiante

dealer {n} • negotiante

dealer {n} • venditor

dealer {n} • mercante

dealer in notions, small-ware dealer {n} • mercero

dealer in sand {n} • arenero

deal-in {v} • commerciar in

deal-with (concern) {v} • tractar se de

deal-with (trade) {v} • commerciar con

deal-with (treat) {v} • arrangiar

deambulation, stroll {n} • deambulation

deambulatory, sauntering {adj} • deambulatori

dean (head of a cathedral chapter) {n} • decano

dean {n} • decano

dean (senior member of a faculty or any other body) {n} • decano

deanery {n} • decanato

deanship (deanery) {n} • decanato

dear (beloved) {adj} • car

dear (expensive) {adj} • car

dear (lovable) {adj} • car

death, decease {n} • transpassamento

death (decease) {n} • decesso

death (demise) {n} • obito (ò-)

death (demise) {n} • obito

death {n} • decesso

death {n} • transpasso

death {n} • morte

death (put to -) {v} • poner a morte

death (sentence to -) {v} • condemnar a morte

death-bearing, deadly, fatal {adj} • mortifere

death-certificate {n} • certificato de morte

death-duty {n} • derectos de succession

deathly {adv} • fatal

deathly {adv} • mortifere

death-rate (taxa de) {n} • mortalitate

death-sentence {n} • sententia de morte

debar {v} • excluder

debarkation, disembarkation {n} • disbarcamento

debarkation, disembarkation {n} • disimbarcation

debase (coinage) {v} • alterar

debase, degrade (exert a demoralizing influence on) {v} • incanaliar

debase (degrade) {v} • degradar

debasing, degrading {adj} • degradante

debatable {adj} • debattibile

debatable {adj} • discutibile

debate {n} • debatto

debate {n} • discussion

debate {v} • agitar

debate {v} • discuter

debate {v} • debatter

debauchery {n} • dissolutessa, depravation, vitiositate

debile, weakly, feeble {adj} • debile

debilitate, weaken, enfeeble {v} • debilitar

debilitation {n} • debilitation

debility {n} • debilitate

debit {n} • debito (dé-)

debit {n} • debito

debit {v} • debitar

debouch, issue forth {v} • disbuccar

debouching, issuing forth (action of) {n} • disbuccamento

debride [Surg] {v} • disbridar

debris {n} • restos

debris {n} • fragmentos

debt (be in -) {v} • esser indebitate

debt {n} • debita

debt {n} • debito

debt {n} • debita (dé-)

debt (run into -) {v} • indebitar se

debtor {n} • debitor

debut (first public appearance of an actor, singer) {n} • début [F]

debut (first public appearance of an actor, singer) {n} • début

debut {n} • debut

debutant {n} • débutant

debutant {n} • débutant [F]

debutante {n} • débutante [F]

debutante {n} • débutante

dec-, deca- (ten) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] {adj} • deca-

decade (1. period of ten days; 2. division of a book consisting of ten parts) {n} • decade

decade (1. period of ten days; 2. division of a book consisting of ten parts) {n} • decade (dé-)

decade {n} • decennio

decade (period of ten years) {n} • decennio

decadence {n} • decadentia

decadent {adj} • decadente

decagon [Geom] {n} • decagono

decagonal, decagon {adj} • decagon

decagram {n} • decagramma

decahedron [Geom] {n} • decahedro

decaliter {n} • decalitro

decaliter {n} • decalitro (-à-)

Decalog (ue) {n} • decalogo

Decalog (ue) {n} • decalogo (-à-)

decameter (1. [Pros]; 2. [Meas]) {n} • decametro (-à-)

decameter (1. [Pros]; 2. [Meas]) {n} • decametro

decamp (1. to break up a camp; 2. to depart quickly) {v} • discampar

decampment {n} • discampamento

decant, transvase {v} • transvasar

decant {v} • transvasar

decanter {n} • carrafa

decapitate (behead) {v} • decapitar

decapod, decapodous {adj} • decapode

decapod, decapodous {adj} • decapode (-à-)

decapod [Zool] {n} • decapodo

decapod [Zool] {n} • decapodo (-à-)

decarbonization {n} • discarburation

decarbonize, decarbonate {v} • discarbonatar

decarbonize {n} • discarburar

decarbonize {v} • discarburar

decastere [Metric System] {n} • decastereo

decasyllabic {adj} • decasyllabe

decasyllabic {adj} • decasyllabe (-sì-)

decasyllable, decasyllabic {n} • decasyllabo (-sì-)

decasyllable, decasyllabic {n} • decasyllabo

decathlon {n} • decathlon

decay, become decadent, decline {v} • decader

decay (fall into -) {v} • cader in decadentia

decay (fall into -) {v} • ruinas

decay (of teeth) {n} • carie

decay (rot) {n} • decomposition

decay (rot) {n} • decadentia

decay (rot) {vi} • decader

decay (rot) {vi} • decomponer

decay, taint {n} • corruption

decay (teeth) {v} • cariar

decayed (decrepit) {adj} • decadite

decayed (decrepit) {adj} • decrepite

decayed (of teeth) {adj} • cariate

decayed (rotten) {adj} • putride

decayed, tainted, infeeted, rotten {adj} • corrupte

decease, death {n} • transpassamento

decease, die {v} • deceder [-ced-/-cess-]

decease, die {v} • deceder

decease {n} • decesso

decease {vi} • deceder

deceased {adj} • decedite

deceased, dead man or person {n} • morto

deceased, defunct {adj} • defuncte

deceased, defunct {n} • defuncto

deceased {n} • decedito

deceit, deception {n} • deception

deceit {n} • deception

deceitful {adj} • fallace

deceitful {adj} • fraudulente

deceive (cause to believe the false, or disbelieve the truth) {v} • deciper [-cip/-cept-]

deceive (cause to believe the false, or disbelieve the truth) {v} • deciper

deceive, put under an illusion {v} • illuder

deceive, put under an illusion {v} • illuder [-lud-/-lus-]

deceive {v} • deciper

deceive-oneself {v} • illuder se

deceiver {n} • deceptor

decelerate {v} • relentar

decelerate {v} • lentar

deceleration {n} • deceleration

deceleration {n} • relentamento

deceleration {n} • allentamento

december {n} • decembre

December {n} • decembre

decemvir [Rom. Antiq] {n} • decemviro (-cém-)

decemvir [Rom. Antiq] {n} • decemviro

decemviral {adj} • decemviral

decemvirate {n} • decemvirato

decency, modesty, propriety {n} • honestitate

decency, modesty, propriety {n} • honestate

decency {n} • decentia

decency {n} • honestate

decent (1. in accordance with propriety or good taste; 2. respectable) {adj} • decente

decent {adj} • honeste

decent {adj} • decente

decent, modest, proper {adj} • honeste

decent, proper {adj} • conveniente

decentralization {n} • discentralisation

decentralize {v} • discentralisar

deception, deceit {n} • deception

deception, fraud {n} • fraude

deception {n} • deception

deceptive {adj} • illusori

deceptive {adj} • fallace

deciare (one tenth part of an are) {n} • deciar

decibel {n} • decibel

decide (1. to determine, settle; 2. to cause to reach a decision) {v} • decider

decide (1. to determine, settle; 2. to cause to reach a decision) {v} • decider [-cid-/-cis-]

decide {v} • decider

decide {v} • resolver

decide {v} • decider (se)

decide {v} • resolver (se)

decide in favor of (-our of) {v} • optar pro

decided (1. firm, resolute; 2. clear, definite) {adj} • decise

decided {adj} • decise

decided {adj} • incontestabile

deciduous {adj} • caduc

decigram {n} • deci-gramma

deciliter {n} • deci-litro

deciliter {n} • deci-litro (-cì-)

decimal {adj} • decimal

decimal {n} • fraction decimal

decimal-point {n} • puncto decimal

decimate {v} • decimar

decimation {n} • decimation

decimator {n} • decimator

decimeter {n} • deci-metro (-cì-)

decimeter {n} • deci-metro

decipher {v} • decifrar

decipherable {adj} • decifrabile

decipherer {n} • decifrator

deciphering (act of) {n} • deciframento

decision (1. act of deciding; 2. firmness, resolution) {n} • decision

decision (come to a -) {v} • prender un partito

decision {n} • resolution

decision {n} • decision

decision, resolution {n} • deliberation

decisive {adj} • decisive

decisive {adj} • decretori

decisive (settling something beyond question) {adj} • decisive

decistere [Metric System] {n} • decistereo

deck [Naut] {n} • ponte

deck (of cards) {n} • joco

deck (of ship) {n} • ponte

deck {v} • ornar

deck out, attire {v} • revestir

deckchair {n} • sede plicabile

deckhand {n} • marinero

deck-out {v} • revestir

declaim (1. to recite; 2. to speak in an impassioned manner) {v} • declamar

declaim, speak rhetorically {v} • eloquer [-loqu-/-locut-]

declaim, speak rhetorically {v} • eloquer

declaimer, one who recites {n} • declamator

declaiming, declamation {n} • declamation

declamation, declaiming {n} • declamation

declamatory (or peraining to rhetorical declaiming) {adj} • declamatori

declaration (formal announcement, strong statement) {n} • declaration

declaration {n} • declaration

declarative {adj} • declarative

declaratory [Law] {adj} • declaratori

declare (1. to proclaim; 2. to declare dutiable goods) {v} • declarar

declare {v} • declarar

declension [Gram] {n} • declination

declension {n} • declination

declinable (1. rejectable; 2. [Gram]) {adj} • declinabile

declination (1. downward bend, slope; 2. [Astron/magnet]) {n} • declination

declinatory {adj} • declinatori

decline (1. to fall, sink; 2. to refuse, reject; 3. [Gram]) {v} • declinar

decline, decay, become decadent {v} • decader

decline {n} • declino

decline (process of sinking into a lower or inferior position) {n} • declination

decline (refuse) {v} • declinar

decline (worsen) {v} • decader

decliner (one who declines, rejects) {n} • declinator

declining {adj} • declinante

declinometer {n} • declinometro (-ò-)

declinometer {n} • declinometro

declutch {v} • disaccopular

decoct {v} • decocer [-coc-/-coct-]

decoct {v} • decocer

decoction (action of decocting) {n} • decoction

decode {v} • decifrar

decollate (behead) {v} • decollar

decomposable {adj} • decomponibile

decompose (cause to decompose) {v} • decomponer [-pon-/-posit-]

decompose (cause to decompose) {v} • decomponer

decompose {v} • decomponer

decompose {v} • decomponer (se)

decomposition {n} • decomposition

decontaminate {v} • discontaminar

decontamination {n} • discontamination

decorate (1. to adorn; 2. to confer a medal, ribbon, on) {v} • decorar

decorate, garnish, trim {v} • guarnir

decorate {v} • decorar

decorate {v} • guarnir

decorate with fringes, fringe {v} • frangiar

decorate with fringes, fringe {v} • frangiar (-jar)

decorating, garnishing, trimming (action of) {n} • guarnimento

decoration (1. action of decorating; 2. ornament; 3. medal, cross, ribbon) {n} • decoration

decoration {n} • guarnimento

decoration {n} • decoration

decorative {adj} • decorative

decorator {n} • decorator

decorous {adj} • decorose

decortication, barking {n} • decortication

decorum {n} • decorum

decorum {n} • decorum (-cò-)

decoy {n} • ave de appello

decoy {n} • esca

decoy {v} • escar

decrease {n} • decrescimento

decrease {n} • decrescentia

decrease {n} • diminution

decrease {v} • diminuer

decrease {v} • decrescer

decrease {v} • discrescer

decree {n} • decreto

decree, ordain {v} • statuer

decree, ordain {v} • statuer [statu-/statut-;-stitu-/-stitut-]

decree, ordinance {n} • ordinantia

decree {v} • decretar

decree {v} • decerner

decree {v} • decerner [-cern-/-cret-]

decrepit {adj} • decrepite

decrepit {adj} • decrepite (-cré-)

decrepitation {n} • decrepitation

decrepitude {n} • decrepitude

decrescendo [Mus] {n} • decrescendo

decrescendo [Mus] {n} • decrescendo [I]

decretal [Eccl] {n} • decretal

decretist [Eccl] {n} • decretalista

decretory {adj} • decretori

decuple, tenfold {adj} • decuple

decuple, tenfold {adj} • decuple (dé-)

decuple {v} • decuplar

decuple {v} • decuplicar

decurrent [Bot] {adj} • decurrente

decurrent, defluent {adj} • defluente (ppr of defluer)

decurrent, defluent {adj} • defluente

dedicate (1. to set apart for a sacred or solemn purpose; 2. to inscribe, address as a mark of gratitude, esteem) {v} • dedicar

dedicate {v} • dedicar

dedicate {v} • consacrar

dedicated {adj} • scrupulose

dedicated {adj} • dedicate

dedication (1. act of dedicating to a sacred or solemn purpose; 2. dedicatory inscription) {n} • dedication

dedication {n} • dedication

dedicatory (as in dedicatory epistle) {adj} • dedicatori

deduce, infer {v} • deducer [-duc-/-duct-]

deduce, infer {v} • deducer

deduce {v} • deducer

deducible {adj} • deducibile

deduct {v} • discontar

deduct {v} • deducer [-duc-/-duct-]

deduct {v} • deducer

deductible {adj} • deductibile

deduction (1. inference; 2. subtraction) {n} • deduction

deduction {n} • deduction

deductive {adj} • deductive

deed, feat {n} • facto

deed {n} • acto

deed, record, instrument [Law] {n} • acto

deed, thing done {n} • pragma

deed, thing done {n} • pragma [-ma/-mat-]

deem, consider {v} • reputar

deep (low-pitched) {adj} • grave

deep, profound {adj} • profunde

deep (profound) {adj} • profunde

deep bow, obeisance {n} • reverentia

deep dish, small bowl {n} • scutella

deepen (make deeper in level) {v} • approfundar

deepen (make deeper in level) {v} • profundar

deepen {v} • approfundar (se)

deepen {v} • approfundar

deepening, making deeper in level (action of) {n} • approfundamento

deep-freeze {n} • congelator

deep-seated {adj} • radical

deer {n} • cervo

deface {v} • disfigurar

defamation, denigration {n} • denigration

defamation {n} • diffamation

defamatory {adj} • diffamatori

defame, denigrate {v} • denigrar

defame {v} • diffamar

default (deficiency) {n} • mancantia

default (non-appearance) {n} • contumacia

default {v} • faller a

defeat (loss of a contest) {n} • defaite [F]

defeat (loss of a contest) {n} • defaite

defeat {n} • vincimento

defeat {n} • defaite

defeat {v} • disfacer [-fac-/-fact-]

defeat {v} • disfacer

defeatism {n} • defaitismo

defeatist {adj/n} • defaitista

defeatist {n} • defaitista

defecate (1. to purify from scum and sediment; 2. to excrete) {v} • defecar

defecation (1. purification from scum and sediment; 2. excretion) {n} • defecation

defecator, purification tank [Sugar Manuf] {n} • defecator

defect (as in defect of eyesight) {n} • vitio

defect, blemish {n} • menda

defect {n} • defecto

defect {v} • desertar

defect {v} • facer defection

defectibility {n} • defectibilitate

defectible {adj} • defectibile

defection (desertion, backsliding) {n} • defection

defection {n} • defection

defective (1. having a defect or defects; 2. [Gram]) {adj} • defective

defective {adj} • defective

defective, faulty {adj} • vitiose

defective, faulty {adj} • mendose

defective (having a defect or defects) {adj} • defectuose

defence, defense (1. act of defending or protecting; 2. [Law]) {n} • defensa

defence {n} • defensa

defenceless {adj} • sin defensa

defend (1. to guard from attack or harm; 2. Law]) {v} • defender [-fend-/-fens-]

defend (1. to guard from attack or harm; 2. [Law]) {v} • defender

defend, fight for {v} • propugnar

defend {v} • defender

defendant {n} • accusator

defender, champion {n} • propugnator

defender {n} • defenditor

defender {n} • defensor

defender, protector [Rom Hist] {n} • preside (pré-)

defender, protector [Rom Hist] {n} • preside

defenestration {n} • defenestration

defense, defence (1. act of defending or protecting; 2. [Law]) {n} • defensa

defense {n} • defensa

defensible {adj} • defendibile

defensible {adj} • defensibile

defensive {adj} • defensive

defensive {n} • defensiva

defensive (position or attitude of defense) {n} • defensiva

defer, delay {v} • differer [-fer-/-lat-]

defer, delay {v} • differer

defer {vi} • deferer

defer {vt} • differer

defer {vt} • ajornar

defer to {v} • obsequer

deference {n} • obsequio

deference {n} • deferentia

deferent [Physiol] {adj} • deferente

deferential {adj} • deferente

deferentially {adv} • deferentemente

defiance {n} • defiantia

defiant {adj} • defiante

deficiency {n} • deficientia

deficiency (quality of being deficient) {n} • deficientia

deficient {adj} • deficiente

deficit {n} • deficit

deficit {n} • deficit (dé-)

defile, file off [Mil] {v} • defilar

defile (mil) {vi} • defilar

defile {n} • passo stricte

defile {vt} • polluer

definability {n} • definibilitate

definable {adj} • definibile

define (give a definition of) {v} • definir

define {v} • definir

definer {n} • definitor

definite {adj} • definite

definite {adj} • decise

definite (clear) {adj} • determinate pp of determinar

definite [Gram/Bot/Math] {adj} • definite

definite [Gram/Bot/Math] {adj} • definite (pp of definir)

definitely {adv} • categoricamente

definitely {adv} • decisemente

definition (as in definition of a word) {n} • definition

definition {n} • definition

definitive (conclusive, final) {adj} • definitive

deflagrate, blaze up {v} • deflagrar

deflagration, conflagration {n} • deflagration

deflagrator {n} • deflagrator

deflate {v} • disinflar

deflate {v} • deflar

deflation {n} • deflation

deflect {v} • derivar

deflect {v} • disviar

defloration {n} • defloration

defloration {n} • disfloramento

deflower (1. to strip of flowers; 2. to deprive of virginity) {v} • disflorar

deflower (deprive of virginity) {v} • deflorar

defluent, decurrent {adj} • defluente (ppr of defluer)

defluent, decurrent {adj} • defluente

defoliate (strip, deprive, of leaves) {v} • disfoliar

defoliation (act of depriving of leaves) {n} • disfoliation

defoliator {n} • disfoliator

deforest {v} • deforestar

deform (spoil the form of) {v} • deformar

deform {v} • deformar

deformation {n} • deformation

deformed {adj} • deforme

deformed, misshapen {adj} • contrafacte

deformity {n} • deformitate

defraud, cheat {v} • fraudar

defraud (the public) {v} • pecular

defraud {v} • defraudar

defraudation {n} • defraudation

defrauder, cheat {n} • fraudator

defrauder {n} • defraudator

defrost {v} • disgelar

deft {adj} • dextere

defunct {adj} • defuncte

defunct, deceased {adj} • defuncte

defunct, deceased {n} • defuncto

defunct {n} • defuncto

defy (1. to challenge to combat or competition; 2. to brave) {v} • defiar

defy {v} • affrontar

defy {v} • defiar

degenerate {adj} • degenerate

degenerate {v} • degenerar

degeneration (1. process of degenerating; 2. degeneracy) {n} • degeneration

degenerative {adj} • degenerative

deglutition, swallowing (act of) {n} • deglutition

degradation (1. reduction in rank; 2. degraded existence) {n} • degradation

degradation {n} • degradation

degrade (1. to reduce in rank; 2. to debase) {v} • degradar

degrade, debase (exert a demoralizing influence on) {v} • incanaliar

degrade {v} • degradar

degrading {adj} • degradante

degrading, debasing {adj} • degradante

degree (- of comparison) {phr} • grado de comparation

degree (1. stage, level, grade; 2. unit of measure for angles, temperature) {n} • grado

degree (academic) {n} • licentia

degree (academic) {n} • diploma

degree (by -s) {phr} • per grados

degree (calibration) {n} • grado

degree (high -) {phr} • alte grado

degree (level) {n} • grado

degree, rank [Mil/Acad. etc] {n} • grado

degree (thermometer) {n} • grado

dehorn {v} • discornar

dehumanize {v} • dehumanisar

dehydrate {v} • dishydratar

dehydrate {v} • dishydrator

dehydration {n} • dishydration

de-ice {v} • disgelar

de-ice {v} • dispruinar

de-icer {n} • dispruinator

deicide (act of killing a god) {n} • deicidio

deicide (one who kills a god) {n} • deicida

deific {adj} • deific (-ìfic)

deific {adj} • deific

deification {n} • divinisation

deification {n} • deification

deify {v} • deificar

deify {v} • divinisar

deign {v} • dignar

deism {n} • deismo

deism {n} • deismo (-ìz-)

deist {n} • deista

deist {n} • deista (-ìs-)

deity {n} • divo

deity {n} • deitate

dejected {adj} • abattite

dejected, downcast {adj} • abattite (pp of abatter)

dejected, downcast {adj} • abattite

dejection (1. discharge of excrement; 2. excrement) [Physiol] {n} • dejection

dejection, despondency {n} • abattimento

dejection (discharge of excrement) [Physiol] {n} • ejection

dejection {n} • abattimento

delay, defer {v} • differer [-fer-/-lat-]

delay, defer {v} • differer

delay (keep back) {vt} • retardar

delay (make slow or late, retard) {v} • retardar

delay (move slowly, linger) {v} • tardar

delay {n} • demora

delay {n} • mora

delay {n} • retardo

delay (of payment) {v} • arretrar

delay, retard (as in delay of a day) {n} • retardo

delay, tarry, linger {v} • morar

delay {v} • arretrar

delay {vi} • retardar

delectability {n} • delectabilitate

delectable, delightful {adj} • delectabile

delectation {n} • delectation

delegate (1. to send as a delegate; 2. to entrust to the care or management of) {v} • delegar

delegate {n} • delegato

delegate, send as an envoy {v} • legar

delegate {v} • delegar

delegate's {adj} • delegatori

delegation (1. action of sending as a delegate; 2. as in delegation of authority; 3. group of delegates) {n} • delegation

delegation {n} • delegation

delete {v} • deler

delete {v} • deler del-/delet-]

deletion {n} • deletion

deliberate {adj} • deliberate

deliberate {v} • deliberar

deliberately {adv} • deliberatemente

deliberation (action of deliberating) {n} • deliberation

deliberation, consultation {n} • consulta

deliberation, consultation {n} • consultation

deliberative {adj} • deliberative

deliberator {n} • deliberator

delible {adj} • delibile

delicacy (1. exquisite fineness of substance, texture, constitution; 2. sensitiveness, fineness of feeling) {n} • delicatessa

delicacy {n} • delicatessa

delicate (1. exquisite, fine delicious; 2. finely sensitive, easily affected) {adj} • delicate

delicate {adj} • delicate

delicately tinted, soft [Art] {adj} • morbide

delicious (1. delightful; 2. pleasing to taste or smell) {adj} • deliciose

delicious {adj} • deliciose

delight (cause delight to) {v} • delectar

delight, joy {n} • delecto

delight, joy, pleasure {n} • delicia

delight {n} • delecto

delight, pleasure {n} • voluptate

delight {v} • delectar

delight {v} • delectar (se)

delighted {adj} • incantate

delightful {adj} • delectabile

delightful, delectable {adj} • delectabile

delimit {v} • delimitar

delimitation {n} • delimitation

delineation (action of tracing in outline) {n} • delineation

delineation (action of tracing in outline) {n} • delineamento

delineator {n} • delineator

delinquency {n} • delinquentia

delinquent {adj/n} • delinquente

delinquent (guilty of a misdeed or offense) {adj} • delinquente

delinquent {n} • delinquente

deliquesce [Chem] {v} • deliquescer

deliquescence [Chem] {n} • deliquescentia

deliquescent [Chem] {adj} • deliquescente (ppr of deliquescer)

deliquescent [Chem] {adj} • deliquescente

delirious {adj} • delirante

delirious {adj} • delirante (ppr of delirar)

delirious (be -) {v} • delirar

delirium {n} • delirio

delitescence {n} • delitescentia

delitescent {adj} • delitescente

deliver (1. to set free; 2. [Med]) {v} • delivrar

deliver (1. to surrender; 2. as in to deliver goods, messages) {v} • livrar

deliver (a speech) {v} • pronunciar

deliver (goods) {v} • livrar

deliver [Med] • delivrar

deliver (set free) {v} • delivrar

deliver (set free) {v} • liberar

deliver a monologue, monologize {v} • monologar

deliverance (liberation) {n} • delivrantia

deliverance {n} • delivrantia

delivery (1. surrender; 2. as in delivery of goods, messages) {n} • livration

delivery (goods) {n} • livration

delivery [Med] • delivration

delivery [Med] {n} • delivrantia

delivery (setting free) {n} • liberation

delivery (setting free) {n} • delivration

delivery man {n} • livrator

deliveryman {n} • livrator

delouse {v} • expedicular

delousing station {n} • expulicatorio

delphinium [Bot] {n} • delphinium (-phì-)

delphinium [Bot] {n} • delphinium

delta (1. fourth letter of the Greek alphabet; 2. [Geog]) {n} • delta

delta {n} • delta

deltaic {adj} • deltaic

deltaic {adj} • deltaic (-àic)

delta-shaped, deltoid {adj} • deltoide

deltation, deltification [Geog] {n} • deltation

deltification, deltation [Geog] {n} • deltation

deltoid, delta-shaped {adj} • deltoide

deltoid (muscle) [Anat] {n} • deltoide

deltoid (pertaining to the deltoid muscle) {adj} • deltoidee (-ée)

deltoid (pertaining to the deltoid muscle) {adj} • deltoidee

delude {v} • deluder

delude {v} • deluder [-lud-/-lus-]

delude {v} • illusionar

delude by jugglery {v} • prestigiar

delude-oneself {v} • blandir se

deluding, delusion (act of) {n} • deludimento

deluge {n} • diluvio

deluge {v} • inundar

delusion, deluding (act of) {n} • deludimento

delusion {n} • delusion

delusive, delusory {adj} • delusori

delusive, misleading, fallacious {adj} • fallace

delusory, delusive {adj} • delusori

delve {v} • foder

delve-into {v} • immerger se in

demagogic {adj} • demagogic

demagogism, demagogy {n} • demagogismo

demagogue {n} • demagogo

demagoguery, demagogy {n} • demagogeria

demagoguery, demagogy {n} • demagogeria (-ìa)

demagogy, demagogism {n} • demagogismo

demagogy, demagoguery {n} • demagogeria (-ìa)

demagogy, demagoguery {n} • demagogeria

demagogy {n} • demagogia

demagogy {n} • demagogia (-ìa)

demand (1. [Law]; 2. [Econ]) {n} • demanda

demand (ask) {v} • demandar

demand, claim, exact {v} • peter

demand (insist) {v} • exiger

demand {n} • demanda

demand {n} • exigentia

demandant, plaintiff {n} • demandator

demarcate {v} • demarcar

demarcation {n} • demarcation

demarcation-line {n} • linea de demarcation

demean {v} • degradar

dement {v} • dementar

demented {adj} • demente

demented, insane {adj} • demente

dementedness, insanity, dementia {n} • dementia

dementia, dementedness, insanity {n} • dementia

demerit {n} • demerito

demerit {n} • demerito (-mé-)

demigod {n} • semideo (-éo)

demigod {n} • semideo

demigoddess {n} • semidea (-éa)

demigoddess {n} • semidea

demilitarization {n} • dismilitarisation

demilitarize {v} • dismilitarisar

demission, resignation {n} • dimission

demister {n} • ventilator

demiurge (1. [Philos]; 2. [Gr. Antiq]) {n} • demiurgo

demobilization [Mil] {n} • demobilisation

demobilize [Mil] {v} • demobilisar

democracy {n} • democratia (-ìa)

democracy {n} • democratia

democrat {n} • democrate (-ò-)

democrat {n} • democrate

democratic {adj} • democratic

demographer {n} • demographo (-ò-)

demographer {n} • demographo

demographic {adj} • demographic

demography {n} • demographia

demography {n} • demographia (-ìa)

demolish {v} • demolir

demolish, wreck {v} • demolir

demolisher {n} • demolitor

demolition {n} • demolition

demon, evil spirit {n} • demonio

demon (evil spirit) {n} • demone

demon {n} • demone

demonetization {n} • dismonetisation

demonetize {v} • dismonetisar

demoniac, demoniacal (1. pertaining to an evil spirit or evil spirits; 2. possessed by an evil spirit) {adj} • demoniac

demoniac, demoniacal (1. pertaining to an evil spirit or evil spirits; 2. possessed by an evil spirit) {adj} • demoniac (-ì-)

demonolater {n} • demonolatra (-nò-)

demonolater {n} • demonolatra

demonolatry {n} • demonolatria (-ìa)

demonolatry {n} • demonolatria

demonology {n} • demonologia

demonology {n} • demonologia (-ìa)

demonomania {n} • demonomania

demonomania {n} • demonomania (-ìa)

demonstrability {n} • demonstrabilitate

demonstrable {adj} • demonstrabile

demonstrate [Pol] • manifestar

demonstrate (show, make evident) {v} • demonstrar

demonstrate (show) {v} • demonstrar

demonstration (display, proof) {n} • demonstration

demonstration {n} • demonstration

demonstration [Pol] • manifestation

demonstrative (1. showing clearly, conclusive; 2. [Gram]) {adj} • demonstrative

demonstrative {adj} • demonstrative

demonstrator (1. one who shows, makes evident; 2. one who takes part in a public demonstration) {n} • demonstrator

demonstrator (all senses) {n} • demonstrator

demonstrator [Pol] • manifestator

demoralization (act of demoralizing or state of being demoralized) {n} • dismoralisation

demoralize (destroy the morals or morale of) {v} • dismoralisar

demoralize {v} • dismoralisar

demoralizer {n} • dismoralisator

demos (1. people or commons, especially of a Greek state; 2. deme, township of Attica) [Gr. Antiq] {n} • demo

demote {v} • reducer a un grado inferior

demotic [Egypt. Archaeol] {adj} • demotic

demure {adj} • modeste

den {n} • cava, antro

den {n} • antro, cava

denationalization {n} • disnationalisation

denationalize {v} • disnationalisar

denaturation {n} • disnaturation

denature (alter the nature of) {v} • disnaturar

denature (render unfit for eating or drinking) {v} • denaturar

denazification {n} • disnazification

denazify {v} • disnazificar

dendr-, dendro- (tree) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] {n} • dendro-

dendrite [Mineral] {n} • dendrite

dendritic {adj} • dendritic

dendrology {n} • dendrologia

dendrology {n} • dendrologia (-ìa)

denial (as in affirmation or denial) {n} • denegation

denial, disowning, repudiation {n} • renegamento

denial {n} • denegation

denial (self -) {n} • abnegation

denigrate, defame {v} • denigrar

denigration, defamation {n} • denigration

denigrator, slanderer {n} • denigrator

denim {adj} • de jeans

denim (cloth) {n} • tela de jeans

denims (jeans) {n} • blue-jeans

denim-skirt {n} • gonnella de jeans

Denmark [Geog] {n} • Le Danemark

Denmark {n} • Danmark

denominate, name, designate {v} • denominar

denomination (characteristic name given to a thing or class of things) {n} • denomination

denomination (class, name) {n} • denomination

denomination [Relig] • confession

denominative (conferring a denomination or name) {adj} • denominative

denominator (1. person or thing that names; 2. [Math]) {n} • denominator

denominator {n} • denominator

denotation, indication {n} • denotation

denotative {adj} • denotative

denote (signify by a visible sign) {v} • denotar

denote {v} • denotar

denounce, inform against {v} • denunciar

denounce {v} • denunciar

denouncer {n} • denunciator

dense {adj} • dense

dense {adj} • spisse

dense (close, thick) {adj} • dense

dense, compact {adj} • compacte

density (1. closeness, thickness; 2. [Physics]) {n} • densitate

density {n} • densitate

density {n} • spissor

dent {n} • indentation

dent {n} • marca de colpo

dent {v} • indentar

dent {v} • marcar

dental {adj} • dental

dental (pertaining to the teeth or to dentistry) {adj} • dentari

dental [Phonet] {n} • dental

dentation (state of being dentate) {n} • dentation

denticle, dentil [Arch] {n} • denticulo

denticulate {adj} • denticulate

dentifrice {n} • dentifricio

dentil, denticle [Arch] {n} • denticulo

dentine, ivory {n} • dentina

dentirostral (having a toothed bill) [Zool] {adj} • dentirostre

dentist {n} • dentista

dentistry {n} • dentisteria

dentistry {n} • dentisteria (-ìa)

dentition, teething {n} • dentation

denture {n} • dentatura

denture, set of teeth {n} • dentatura

denudation {n} • denudation

denude, bare {v} • denudar

denunciation (act of informing against) {n} • denunciation

denunciative {adj} • denunciative

deny, contradict {v} • disdicer

deny, disown, repudiate {v} • renegar

deny, disown {v} • dismentir

deny (disown) {v} • renegar

deny (say no) {v} • negar

deny {v} • negar

deny {v} • denegar

deny oneself, abnegate {v} • abnegar

deny oneself {v} • abnegar

deodorant {adj} • disodorante

deoxidization {n} • disoxydation

deoxidize {v} • disoxydar

depart, leave {v} • partir

depart {v} • partir

depart, withdraw {v} • deceder

depart, withdraw {v} • deceder [-ced-/-cess-]

department (admin. division) {n} • departimento

department (administrative division) {n} • departimento

department, ministry [Gov] {n} • ministerio

department (ministry) {n} • ministerio

departmental {adj} • departimental

department-store {n} • grande magazin

departure (act of leaving) {n} • partita

departure {n} • partita

depend {v} • depender

dependence, dependency {n} • dependentia

dependence (state of) {n} • domesticitate

dependent, depending {adj} • dependente

depict {v} • depinger [-ping-/-pict-]

depict {v} • depinger

depiction {n} • depiction

depilate, remove the hair from {v} • pilar

depilate, remove the hair from {v} • depilar

depilation {n} • depilation

depilatory {adj} • depilatori

depilatory {n} • depilatorio

deplete {v} • depler

depletion [Med] {n} • depletion

depletive [Med] {adj} • depletive

deplorable {adj} • deplorabile

deploration, lamentation {n} • deploration

deplore, bewail {v} • miserar

deplore {v} • deplorar

deploy, deployment {n} • displicamento

deploy (troops) {v} • displicar

deployment, deploy {n} • displicamento

depolarization {n} • dispolarisation

depolarize {v} • dispolarisar

deponent [Gram] {n} • deponente

depopulate {v} • depopular

depopulate {v} • dispopular

depopulation (act of depopulating) {n} • dispopulamento

depopulation {n} • depopulation

deport (exile) {v} • deportar

deportation (banishment) {n} • deportation

depose (1. to remove from a position of dignity; 2. to depone, testify) {v} • deponer [-pon-/-posit-]

depose (1. to remove from a position of dignity; 2. to depone, testify) {v} • deponer

deposit (1. thing deposited for safekeeping; 2. depository, depot; 3. sediment) {n} • deposito

deposit (1. thing deposited for safekeeping; 2. depository, depot; 3. sediment) {n} • deposito (-pò-)

deposit (1. to lay down; 2. to put in a place for safekeeping) {v} • deponer [-pon-/-posit-]

deposit (1. to lay down; 2. to put in a place for safekeeping) {v} • deponer

deposit (1. to put in a place for safekeeping; 2. to lay down as sediment) {v} • depositar

deposit, stratum, layer [Geol] {n} • jacimento

depositary (one who receives a diposit) {n} • depositario

deposition (1. removal from position of dignity; 2. testimony) {n} • deposition

deposition (depositing for safekeeping) {n} • deposito

deposition (depositing for safekeeping) {n} • deposito (-pò-)

depot (depository) {n} • deposito

depot (for trams, etc) {n} • remissa

depravation, depravity {n} • depravation

deprave, corrupt {v} • vitiar

deprave, make depraved {v} • depravar

deprave {v} • depravar

depraved {adj} • depravate

depraved, corrupt {adj} • depravate

depraved, corrupt {adj} • depravate (pp of depravar)

depraved, wicked, vicious {adj} • vitiose

depraver {n} • depravator

depravity, depravation {n} • depravation

depravity {n} • depravation

depravity, pravity {n} • pravitate

deprecate (seek to avert by prayer) {v} • deprecar

deprecation (prayer that an evil may be prevented) {n} • deprecation

deprecative, deprecatory {adj} • deprecative

deprecative, deprecatory {adj} • deprecatori

deprecator {n} • deprecator

deprecatory, deprecative {adj} • deprecatori

deprecatory, deprecative {adj} • deprecative

depreciate (lessen the value of) {v} • depreciar

depreciate {v} • depreciar

depreciation (lessening in value) {n} • depreciation

depreciation {n} • depreciation

depreciator {n} • depreciator

depredate, plunder, pillage {v} • depredar

depredate, plunder, rob {v} • predar

depredation {n} • depredation

depredator, plunderer {n} • depredator

depress (1. to press down; 2. to make sad or gloomy) {v} • deprimer [-prim-/-press-]

depress (1. to press down; 2. to make sad or gloomy) {v} • deprimer

depress {v} • deprimer

depressed {adj} • depresse

depressed (gloomy, in low spirits) {adj} • depresse

depressing (morally) {adj} • depressive

depression (1. act of pressing down; 2. gloominess, low spirits) {n} • depression

depression {n} • depression

depressor, depressor muscle [Anat] {n} • depressor

deprivation {n} • deprivation

deprive {v} • privar

deprive of what is necessary {v} • disprovider

deprived {adj} • private

deprived {adj} • destitute

depth (being deep) {n} • profunditate

depth (deep place) {n} • profundo

depth, profundity (quality of being deep or profound) {n} • profunditate

depurate, cleanse, clear {v} • depurar

depuration, cleansing, clearing {n} • depuration

depurative, blood-cleanser [Med] {n} • depurativo

depurative [Med] {adj} • depurative

deputation (1. appointment as a deputy; 2. group of deputies) {n} • deputation

deputation {n} • deputation

depute, deputize {v} • deputar

deputize, depute {v} • deputar

deputize {v} • deputar

deputy {adj} • adjuncte

deputy, assistant {n} • adjuncto

deputy {n} • deputato

deputy {n} • adjuncto

deputy, substitute {n} • suppletor

deputyship {n} • deputation

derail, leave the tracks {v} • derailar (-rél-)

derail, leave the tracks {v} • derailar

derail {vi} • derailar

derail {vt} • facer derailar

derailment (act of leaving the tracks) {n} • derailamento (-rél-)

derailment (act of leaving the tracks) {n} • derailamento

derailment {n} • derailamento

derange, disarrange, disorder {v} • disrangiar

derange, disarrange, disorder {v} • disrangiar (-jar)

derange, distemper {v} • distemperar

derangement, disarrangement {n} • disrangiamento

derangement, disarrangement {n} • disrangiamento (-ja-)

Derby [Geog] {n} • Derby

Derby [Geog] {n} • Derby [A]

derelict {adj} • derelicte

deride {v} • irrider [-rid-/-ris-]

deride {v} • irrider

deride {v} • derider [-rid-/-ris-]

deride {v} • derider

derider {n} • irrisor

derision {n} • derision

derision {n} • irrision

derisive, derisory {adj} • derisori

derisive, derisory {adj} • irrisori

derisory {adj} • derisori

derisory, derisive {adj} • irrisori

derisory, derisive {adj} • derisori

derivable {adj} • derivabile

derivation (1. [Med]; 2. [Gram]) {n} • derivation

derivation {n} • derivation

derivative (1. [Med]; 2. derived) {adj} • derivative

derivative {adj} • derivative

derivative [Gram] • derivato

derivative [Med] • derivativo

derivative [Med] {n} • derivativo

derive (1. to obtain (from a source); 2. to be derived) {v} • derivar

derive {v} • derivar

derma [Anat/Zool] {n} • derma

derma [Anat/Zool] {n} • derma [-ma/-mat-]

dermatitis [Med] {n} • dermatitis

dermatitis [Med] {n} • dermatitis (-ìtis)

dermatoid {n} • dermatoide

dermatologist {n} • dermatologo

dermatologist {n} • dermatologo (-tò-)

dermatology {n} • dermatologia

dermatology {n} • dermatologia (-ìa)

derogation (1. act of limiting the application of a law, rule; 2. disparagement, depreciation) {n} • derogation

derogatory {adj} • derogatori

derogatory (as in derogatory remark) {adj} • derogatori

derrick {n} • turre de sondage

dervish {n} • dervich

dervish {n} • dervich (-sh)

desecrate {v} • dissacrar, profanar, disconsacrar, disfigurar.

descant (1. counterpoint above the plain song; 2. upper part in part music) [Mus] {n} • discanto

descant (sing a descant or counterpoint above the plain song) [Mus] {v} • discantar

descend {v} • descender [-scend-/-scens-]

descend {v} • descender

descendance, descent (descent from a particular ancestor) {n} • descendentia

descendant {n} • descendente

descendants {n} • descendentia

descending {adj/pres. part} • descendente

descent (action of descending) {n} • descendita

descent (action of descending) {n} • descension

descent (action of descending) {n} • descendita (-cén-)

descent, descendance (descent from a particular ancestor) {n} • descendentia

descent {n} • descendita

describable {adj} • descriptibile

describable, explainable {adj} • enarrabile

describe (1. to describe a view, a person; 2. to describe a curve) {v} • describer

describe (1. to describe a view, a person; 2. to describe a curve) {v} • describer [-scrib-/-script-]

describe {v} • describer

describer {n} • descriptor

description {n} • description

descriptive {adj} • descriptive

descriptive botany, phytography {n} • phytographia

descriptive botany, phytography {n} • phytographia (-ìa)

desert, abandon {v} • deserer

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

desert {adj} • deserte

desert (as in desert region) {adj} • desertic

desert (as in desert region) {adj} • deserte

desert (merit) {n} • merito

desert {n} • deserto

desert {v} • desertar

desert (wasteland) {n} • deserto

deserter {n} • desertor

desertion {n} • desertion

deserve, merit {v} • meritar

deserve, merit {v} • merer

deserve {v} • meritar

deserved, adequate {adj} • condigne

deserved (well -) {adv} • ben meritate

deservedly {adv} • meritate

deservedly {adv} • meritate (ben - )

deserving {adj} • digne

deserving, worthy {adj} • digne

deshabille, dishabille {n} • déshabillé [F]

deshabille, dishabille {n} • déshabillé

desiccate, dry up {v} • desiccar

desiccation {n} • desiccation

desiccative {adj} • desiccative

desiderative [Gram] {adj} • desiderative

desideratum {n} • desideratum

desideratum {n} • desideratum (pl desiderata) [L]

design, intend {v} • designar

design {n} • designo

design (scheme, plan) {n} • designo

design {v} • designar

designate {adj} • designate

designate, denominate, name {v} • denominar

designate {v} • designar

designation {n} • designation

designative {adj} • designative

desilver, remove the silver from {v} • disargentar

desinence, ending [Gram] {n} • desinentia

desinential, terminal {adj} • desinential

desirability {n} • convenientia

desirability {n} • attractivitate

desirable {adj} • desirabile

desirable {adj} • desiderabile

desirable, appetible {adj} • appetibile

desire {n} • desiro

desire {v} • desirar

desire, wish {n} • desiderio

desire, wish {n} • desiro

desire, wish, wish for {v} • desirar

desire, wish, wish for {v} • desiderar

desirous {adj} • desiderative

desirous {adj} • desiderose

desirous {adj} • desirose

desist {v} • desister

desistance {n} • desistentia

desk {n} • bureau

desk {n} • scriptorio

desk, writing desk {n} • scriptorio

desk writing table, bureau {n} • bureau [F]

desk writing table, bureau {n} • bureau

desolate (1. to devastate; 2. to afflict, distress) {v} • desolar

desolate {adj} • desolate

desolate, distressed {adj} • desolate (pp of desolar)

desolate, distressed {adj} • desolate

desolate {v} • desolar

desolater {n} • desolator

desolation (1. devastation) {n} • desolation

desolation (2. dreary barrenness) {n} • desolation

desolation (3. affliction) {n} • desolation

desolation {n} • desolation

despair (drive to -) {v} • desperar

despair, hopelessness {n} • desperantia

despair {n} • despero

despair {v} • desperar

despatch, send off, dispatch {v} • expedir

desperate {adj} • desperate

desperateness (desperation) {n} • desperation

desperation (desperateness) {n} • desperation

desperation {n} • despero

despicable {adj} • contemptibile

despise {v} • despicer [-spic-/-spect-]

despise {v} • despicer

despise {v} • contemner

despise {v} • minuspreciar

despise, vilipend, hold cheap {v} • vilipender

despiser, contemner {n} • contemptor

despite, in spite of {prep} • nonobstante

despite {n} • despecto

despite {prep} • malgrado

despite {prep} • in despecto de

despite, resentment, spite {n} • despecto

despoil, spoliate {v} • despoliar

despoil, strip {v} • spoliar

despoiling, stripping {n} • spoliamento

despoliation, spoliation {n} • despoliamento

despondency, dejection {n} • abattimento

despondent {adj} • discoragiate

despondent {adj} • abattite

despot {n} • despota (dés-)

despot {n} • despota

despotic {adj} • despotic

despotism {n} • despotismo

despotize, tyrannize {v} • despotisar

dessert {n} • dessert [F]

dessert {n} • dessert

dessert-spoon {n} • coclear de dessert

destination (1. action of destining; 2. place of destination) {n} • destination

destination {n} • destination

destine (set apart for a particular purpose or use) {v} • destinar

destine {v} • destinar

destiny, lot {n} • sorte

destiny {n} • destino

destiny (one's lot or fortune) {n} • destino

destitute (1. deprived, lacking; 2. in great need or want) {adj} • destitute

destitute {adj} • inope (ìn-)

destitute {adj} • indigente

destitute {adj} • inope

destitute {adj} • destitute

destitute (not possessing the necessities of life) {adj} • disproviste

destitution {n} • inopia

destitution {n} • destitution

destitution (state of being destitute) {n} • destitution

destroy {v} • deler [del-/delet-]

destroy {v} • deler

destroy {v} • destruer

destroy {v} • destruer [-stru-/-struct-]

destroy the legal force of {v} • vitiar

destroyer [Nav] {n} • chassa-torpedineros

destroyer (one who or that which destroys) {n} • destructor

destroyer (person or thing that destroys) {n} • destructor

destroying by fire, burning (act of) {n} • ustion

destructibility {n} • destructibilitate

destructible {adj} • destructibile

destruction {n} • destruction

destruction {n} • deletion

destruction, ruin {n} • eversion

destruction, ruin {n} • pernicie

destructive {adj} • destructive

desuetude {n} • desuetude

detach (1. to unfasten and separate; 2. [Mil]) {v} • distaccar

detach {v} • distaccar (se)

detach {v} • distaccar

detachable {adj} • distaccabile

detached {adj} • isolate

detached {adj} • separate

detachment (1. act of unfastening and separating; 2. [Mil]) {n} • distaccamento

detachment {n} • distaccamento

detail (individual item, particular) {n} • detalio

detail {n} • detalio

detail (tell in detail) {v} • detaliar

detail {v} • detaliar

detailed {adj} • minutiose

detailed {adj} • detaliate

detailed, thorough {adj} • minutiose

detain (keep in custody, confine) {v} • detener

detain (keep in custody, confine) {v} • detener [-ten-/-tent-]

detain {v} • detener

detain {v} • retener

detain, withhold, hinder, keep, hold {v} • retener

detain, withhold, hinder, keep, hold {v} • retener [-ten-/-tent-]

detainer (one who detains) {n} • detentor

detect, uncover {v} • deteger

detect, uncover {v} • deteger [-teg-/-tect-]

detect {v} • discoperir

detect {v} • deteger

detection {n} • discoperta

detective {adj} • detective

detective {n} • detective

detective {n} • detective [A]

detector [Elec/Radio] {n} • detector

detente {n} • distension

detente {n} • detente

detente {n} • diplomatic

detention, imprisonment, confinement {n} • detention

detention, imprisonment, confinement {n} • detenimento

detention {n} • retention

detention {n} • detention

deter {v} • discoragiar

deter {v} • dissuader

detergent {adj} • detersive

detergent {n} • detersivo

deteriorate {v} • deteriorar se

deterioration {n} • deterioration

determinability {n} • determinabilitate

determinable {adj} • determinabile

determinant [Math] {n} • determinante

determination (1. act of fixing precisely; 2. fixed intention, resolution; 3. resoluteness) {n} • determination

determination {n} • determination

determinative {adj} • determinative

determine (1. to be the deciding factor in settling the form, function of; 2. to fix precisely) {v} • determinar

determine (measure by means of compasses) {v} • compassar

determine {v} • determinar (se)

determine {v} • determinar

determiner {n} • determinator

determinism {n} • determinismo

determinist {n} • determinista

deterrent {adj} • preventive

deterrent {n} • preventive

detest {v} • detestar

detestable {adj} • detestabile

detestation {n} • detestation

dethrone, uncrown {v} • discoronar

dethrone {v} • disthronar

dethronement {n} • disthronamento

detonate (explode) {v} • detonar

detonate {vi} • detonar

detonate {vt} • facer detonar

detonation {n} • detonation

detonator {n} • detonator

detour {n} • deviation

detour, roundabout way {n} • deviation

detract, detract from {v} • detraher [-trah-/-tract-]

detract, detract from {v} • detraher

detract {v} • detraher

detract from, detract {v} • detraher

detract from, detract {v} • detraher [-trah-/-tract-]

detraction {n} • detraction

detractor {n} • detractor

detriment {n} • detrimento

detrimental {adj} • detrimentose

detritus {n} • detrito

deuter-, deutero- (second) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] {adj} • deuter-

deuterium, heavy hydrogen [Phys/Chem] {n} • deuterium

deuterium, heavy hydrogen [Phys/Chem] {n} • deuterium (-té-)

deuteron [Phys/Chem] {n} • deuteron

Deuteronomy [Bib] {n} • Deuteronomio

deuton [Phys/Chem] {n} • deuton

deutoxide [Chem] {n} • deutoxydo

deutoxide [Chem] {n} • deutoxydo (-tò-)

devaluate {v} • devalutar

devaluation {n} • devalutation

devalue {v} • devalutar

devalue {v} • devalutar (se)

devastate {v} • devastar

devastation (act of devastating) {n} • devastation

devastation {n} • devastation

devastator {n} • devastator

develop, evolve (1. to undergo an evolution or development; 2 . to cause to evolve or develop) {v} • evolver

develop, evolve (1. to undergo an evolution or development; 2 . to cause to evolve or develop) {v} • evolver [-volv-/-volut-]

develop [Photog] {v} • revelar

develop {v} • disveloppar

develop {v} • disveloppar (se)

develop rabies, go mad {v} • rabiar

developer {n} • disveloppator

developer [Photog] {n} • revelator

developer [Photog] {n} • disveloppator

developing (act of) [Photog] {n} • disveloppamento

development {n} • disveloppamento

developmental {adj} • disveloppamental

deviate (1. to have declination or latitude; 2. to vary from the true magnetic meridian) [Astron/magnet] {v} • declinar

deviate, aberrate {v} • aberrar

deviate (as in his statement deviates from the truth) {v} • deviar

deviate {v} • deviar

deviation {n} • deviation

device (1. [Her]; 2. motto) {n} • devisa

device (apparatus) {n} • apparato

device (heraldry) {n} • devisa

device (means) {n} • expediente

devil {n} • diabolo

devil (spirit of evil) {n} • diabolo (-à-)

devil (spirit of evil) {n} • diabolo

devilish {adj} • diabolic

devilish, diabolic, diabolical {adj} • diabolic

devilry, deviltry (devilish mischief) {n} • diaboleria

devilry, deviltry (devilish mischief) {n} • diaboleria (-ìa)

deviltry, devilry (devilish mischief) {n} • diaboleria

deviltry, devilry (devilish mischief) {n} • diaboleria (-ìa)

devious {adj} • devie

devise, invent {v} • imaginar

devise {v} • inventar

devise {v} • imaginar

devising, contrivance, excogitation {n} • excogitation

devoid {adj} • disproviste

devolution (as in the devolution of the crown) {n} • devolution

devolve (transfer) {v} • devolver [-volv-/-volut-]

devolve (transfer) {v} • devolver

devote (dedicate, consecrate) {v} • devotar

devote {v} • devotar

devoted {adj} • devote

devoted, pious {adj} • pie

devotee, devout person {n} • devoto

devotee {n} • devoto medio

devotion (1. [Relig]; 2. devotion to a person, cause) {n} • devotion

devotion {n} • devotion

devotional {adj} • devote

devotions {n} • precarias

devour {v} • devorar

devour {v} • vorar

devourer {n} • devorator

devout {adj} • beate

devout {adj} • devote

devout person, devotee {n} • devoto

dew {n} • rore

dew {n} • ros

dewy {adj} • roral

dexterity {n} • dexteritate

dexterous {adj} • dextere

dexterous {adj} • dextere, dextre

dextrin {n} • dextrina

dextrogyrous {adj} • dextrogyr

diabetes {n} • diabete

diabetic {adj} • diabetic

diabetic {n} • diabetico

diabolic {adj} • diabolic

diabolic, diabolical, devilish {adj} • diabolic

diabolical, devilish, diabolic {adj} • diabolic

diabolo [Game] {n} • diabolo(-à-)

diacaustic [Math] {adj} • diacaustic

diaconal {adj} • diaconal

diaconate {n} • diaconato

diadem {n} • diadema

diagnose {v} • diagnosticar

diagnosis (1. [Med]; 2. [Biol]) {n} • diagnose

diagnosis, diagnostics {n} • diagnostico

diagnosis {n} • diagnose

diagnostic {adj} • diagnostic

diagnostics, diagnosis {n} • diagnostico

diagonal {adj} • diagonal

diagonal {adj/n} • diagonal

diagonal {n} • diagonal

diagonally {adv} • diagonalmente

diagram {n} • diagramma [-ma/-mat-]

diagram {n} • diagramma

diagrammatic {adj} • diagrammatic

dial (face of a clock) {n} • quadrante

dial {n} • quadrante

dial {v} • teleph

dialect (as in Scottish dialect) {n} • dialecto

dialect {n} • dialecto

dialect, patois {n} • patois

dialect, patois {n} • patois [F]

dialectal {adj} • dialectal

dialectic, dialectical {adj} • dialectic

dialectic, dialectics {n} • dialectica

dialectical, dialectic {adj} • dialectic

dialectician {n} • dialectico

dialectics, dialectic {n} • dialectica

dialog, dialogue {n} • dialogo

dialog, dialogue {n} • dialogo

dialog, dialogue {n} • dialogo (-à-)

dialog, dialogue {v} • dialogar

dialogic, in form of a dialogue {adj} • dialogic

dialogism {n} • dialogismo

dialogist {n} • dialogista

dialogize {v} • dialogisar

dialogue, dialog {n} • dialogo

dialogue, dialog {n} • dialogo (-à-)

dialogue {v} • dialogar

diameter {n} • diametro (-à-)

diameter {n} • diametro

diametric {adj} • diametric

diametric, diametrical {adj} • diametral

diametrical, diametric {adj} • diametral

diamond, card of the suit of diamonds [Cards] {n} • quadro

diamond (cards) {n} • quadro

diamond (gem, shape) {n} • diamante

diamond {n} • diamante

Diana [Rom. Relig] {n} • Diana

diaper (as in haby's diapers) {n} • panno

diaper {n} • panno

diaphaneity {n} • diaphaneitate

diaphanous {adj} • diaphane

diaphragm {n} • diaphragma

diaphragmatic {adj} • diaphragmatic

diapositive, transparent positive, transparency [Photog] {n} • diapositiva

diarrhea, diarrhoea {n} • diarrhea

diarrhea {n} • diarrhea

diarrhea {n} • diarrhea (-éa)

diarrheal, diarrheic {adj} • diarrheic (-éic)

diarrheal, diarrheic {adj} • diarrheic

diary, journal {n} • jornal

diary {n} • diario

Diaspora, Dispersion {n} • diaspora

Diaspora, Dispersion {n} • diaspora (-às-)

diastase [Chem] {n} • diastase

diastase [Chem] {n} • diastase (diàs-)

diastasis {n} • diastase (diàs-)

diastasis {n} • diastase

diastole [Physiol] {n} • diastole

diastolic [Physiol] {adj} • diastolic

diathermic [Med] {adj} • diathermic

diathermy [Med] {n} • diathermia (-ìa)

diathermy [Med] {n} • diathermia

diatonic [Mus] {adj} • diatonic

dibasic, bibasic [Chem] {adj} • bibasic

dice {n} • datos

dice {vi} • jocar al datos

dice {vt} • [Cul]

dick (abbreviation for richard) {n} • ric

dick (insult) {n} • penis!

dick {n} • Amer

dictamen, dictate {n} • dictamine

dictate (1. as in to dictate a letter; 2. to prescribe authoritatively) {v} • dictar

dictate, dictamen {n} • dictamine

dictate {v} • dictar

dictation (as in take down dictation) {n} • dictato

dictation {n} • dictato

dictator {n} • dictator

dictatorial {adj} • dictatorial

dictatorial, authoritative {adj} • autoritari

dictatorial (pertaining to a dictator) {adj} • dictatorial

dictatorship {n} • dictatura

diction (1. choice of words to express ideas; 2. enunciation, elocution) {n} • diction

dictionary {n} • dictionario

didactic {adj} • didactic

didactic, didascalic {adj} • didascalic

didactics {n} • didactica

didasc-, didact- (teach someone or something) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] {v} • didasc-

didascalic, didactic {adj} • didascalic

Dido [Gr. Mythol] {n} • Didon

die, decease {v} • deceder

die, decease {v} • deceder [-ced-/-cess-]

die (for games) {n} • dato

die (for stamping) {n} • cuneo

die (one of a pair of dice) {n} • dato

die, pass away {v} • transpassar

die, perish {v} • obir

die (stamping) {n} • cuneo

die {v} • morir

die {v} • morir [mor-/mort-]

die out {v} • disparer

Diesel, Diesel engine or motor {n} • diesel

diesel {n} • diesel

Diesel engine or motor, Diesel {n} • diesel

diesel-engine {n} • motor diesel

diesel-oil {n} • oleo diesel

diet (all senses) {n} • dieta

diet (be on a -) {v} • esser a dieta

diet [Hist/Pol] {n} • dieta

diet [Med] {n} • dieta

diet (put on a -) {v} • poner a dieta

diet {v} • dietar

dietetic {adj} • dietetic

dietetics {n} • dietetica

differ (be different) {v} • differer [-fer-/-lat-]

differ (be different) {v} • differer

differ {v} • differer

difference (it makes no -) {phr} • il non face differentia

difference {n} • differentia

different {adj} • differente

differential (1. [Math]; 2. differential of an automobile etc.) {n} • differential

differential {adj} • differential

differential {adj/n} • differential

differentially {adv} • differentialmente

differentiate (1. to distinguish; 2. [Math]) {v} • differentiar

differentiate {v} • differentiar

differentiation [Math] {n} • differentiation

difficult {adj} • difficile

difficult, troublesome {adj} • penose

difficulty {n} • difficultate

difficulty, trouble {n} • pena

diffract {v} • diffractar

diffract {v} • diffranger

diffract {v} • diffranger [-frang-/-fract-]

diffraction {n} • diffraction

diffraction [Opt] {n} • inflexion

diffuse (1. spread out, diffused; 2. verbose, not concise) {adj} • diffuse

diffuse {adj} • diffuse

diffuse (spread widely) {v} • diffunder

diffuse (spread widely) {v} • diffunder [-fund-/-fus-]

diffuse {v} • diffunder

diffuse {v} • diffunder (se)

diffusibilitv {n} • diffusibilitate

diffusible {adj} • diffusibile

diffusion (1. dispersion, wide distribution; 2. diffuseness, wordiness; 3. [Phys] (intermingling of fluids) {n} • diffusion

diffusion {n} • diffusion

diffusive {adj} • diffusive

dig (a pit, grave) {v} • fossar

dig, burrow {v} • foder [fod-/foss-]

dig, burrow {v} • foder

dig {n} • excavation

dig {vi} • foder

dig {vt} • excavar

dig {vt} • fossar

digamma {n} • digamma

digest (1. to digest food; 2. to absorb mentally; 3. [Chem]) {v} • digerer

digest (1. to digest food; 2. to absorb mentally; 3. [Chem]) {v} • digerer [-ger-/-gest-]

digest {n} • digesto

digest, Pandects [Law] {n} • digesto

digest {v} • digerer

digested {adj} • digeste

digestibility {n} • digestibilitate

digestible {adj} • digestibile

digestion (1. [Physiol]; 2. [Chem]) {n} • digestion

digestion {n} • pepsis

digestion {n} • pepsia

digestion {n} • pepsia (-ìa)

digestion {n} • digestion

digestion {n} • pepsis (pép-)

digestion {n} • coction

digestive (1. pertaining to digestion; 2. helping digestion) {adj} • digestive

digging, fossorial {adj} • fossori

digit (1. finger) {n} • digito

digit (1. finger) {n} • digito (-dì-)

digit {n} • digito

digital {adj} • digital

digitalin [Chem] {n} • digitalina

digitalis, foxglove [Bot] {n} • digital

digitally {adv} • digitalmente

digitate (having fingers or digits) {adj} • digitate

digitiform, finger-shaped {adj} • digitiforme

digitigrade {n} • digitigrado

digitigrade {n} • digitigrado (-tì-)

digitigrade [Zool] {adj} • digitigrade

digitigrade [Zool] {adj} • digitigrade (-tì-)

dignified {adj} • digne

dignified (showing or expressing dignity) {adj} • digne

dignify, make worthy {v} • dignificar

dignify (make worthy) {v} • dignificar

dignitary {n} • dignitario

dignity (1. intrinsic worth, stateliness; 2. high office, rank, or title) {n} • dignitate

dignity {n} • dignitate

digress (deviate from the main subject) {v} • digreder [-gred-/-gress-]

digress, divagate {v} • divagar

digression (1. deviation from the subject in discourse or writing; 2. [Astron]) {n} • digression

digression, divagation {n} • divagation

digressive {adj} • digressive

dig-up {v} • disinterrar

dihedral [Math] {adj} • dihedre

dihedron [Math] {n} • dihedro

dike (embankment built to prevent inundations) {n} • dica

dike {n} • dica

dilapidate, squander {v} • dilapidar

dilapidated {adj} • decadite

dilapidated {adj} • in mal stato

dilatability {n} • dilatabilitate

dilatable {adj} • dilatabile

dilatation, dilation {n} • dilatation

dilate (make larger or wider) {v} • dilatar

dilate {v} • dilatar (se)

dilation, dilatation {n} • dilatation

dilator (1. one who or that which dilates; 2. [Surg]) {n} • dilatator

dilatory, lingering, tardy {adj} • morose

dilatory (tending to delay) {adj} • dilatori

dilemma {n} • dilemma

dilettante, lover of the arts, amateur {n} • dilettante

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

dilettantism {n} • dilettantismo

diligence (1. assiduity; 2. public stage coach) {n} • diligentia

diligent {adj} • diligente

diligent, ready to be of service, serviceable {adj} • servicial

dill {n} • anetho

dilute (as in to dilute wine) {v} • diluer [-lu-/-lut-]

dilute (as in to dilute wine) {v} • diluer

dilute {v} • diluer

dilution {n} • dilution

diluvial, diluvian {adj} • diluvial

diluvian, diluvial {adj} • diluvian

diluvium [Geol] {n} • diluvio

dim {adj} • obscur

dim, dark, obscure {adj} • obscur

dim, darken, obscure {v} • obscurar

dim {v} • obscurar

dim {v} • obscurar (se)

dime {n} • decima

dimension (1. as in the three dimensions; 2. size, magnitude, extent) {n} • dimension

dimension {n} • dimension

dimensional {adj} • dimensional

dimerous [Bot/Zool] {adj} • dimere

dimeter {n} • dimetro

dimeter {n} • dimetro (dì-)

diminish, lessen {v} • minuer [minu-/minut-]

diminish, lessen {v} • minuer

diminish, lessen {v} • diminuer

diminish {vi} • reducer se

diminish {vt} • diminuer

diminish {vt} • reducer

diminuendo [Mus] {n} • diminuendo

diminution {n} • diminution

diminutive {adj} • minute

diminutive {adj} • diminutive

diminutive [Gram] {adj} • diminutive

diminutive [Gram] {n} • diminutivo

dimness, darkness, obscurity {n} • obscuritate

dimorphic {adj} • dimorphe

dimorphism (1. [Biol/Bot]; 2. [Cryst]) {n} • dimorphismo

dimple, fossette {n} • fossetta

dimple {n} • fossetta

din (create a -) {v} • strepitar

din {n} • ruito

din {n} • strepito

din, noise {n} • strepito

din, noise {n} • strepito (stré-)

din, noise {n} • ruito (-ìto)

din, noise {n} • ruito

din, rattle, rumble {v} • streper

din {vi} • streper

dine, have lunch, have dinner, lunch (take the midday meal) {v} • prander

dine, have supper, have dinner, sup (take the evening meal) {v} • cenar

dine, to take dinner {v} • dinar

dine {v} • dinar

diner (one who dines) {n} • dinator

dinghy {n} • barca remate

dinghy (sailing -) {n} • parve veliero

dingy {n} • inattractive

dingy {n} • obscur

dining, dinner {n} • dinar

dining room {n} • cenaculo

dining-car {n} • wagon restaurante

dining-room {n} • camera a mangiar

dink [Slang] {n} • idiota

dinner, dining {n} • dinar

dinner, lunch (midday meal) {n} • prandio

dinner {n} • dinar

dinner, supper (evening meal) {n} • cena

dinner jacket or coat, tuxedo {n} • smoking [A]

dinner jacket or coat, tuxedo {n} • smoking

dinner-jacket {n} • frac

dino-, din- (fearful, terrible) [occurring in compounds] {adj} • din-

dinosaur {n} • dinosauro

dinosaur [Paleontol] {n} • dinosauro

diocesan {adj} • diocesan

diocesan {n} • diocesano

diocese (1. [Rom. Hist]; 2. [Eccl]) {n} • diocese

diocese {n} • diocese

Dionysiac {adj} • dionysiac (-ìac)

Dionysiac {adj} • dionysiac

Dionysius [Anc. Hist] {n} • Dionysio

Dionysos, Dionysus [Gr. Relig] {n} • Dionyso

Dionysus, Dionysos [Gr. Relig] {n} • Dionyso

diorama {n} • diorama

dioxide {n} • bioxido

dioxide {n} • bioxydo

dioxide {n} • bioxydo (-òx-)

dip (lights) {v} • abassar

dip {n} • immersion

dip (plunge) {v} • immerger (se)

dip (plunge) {v} • immerger

dip (slope) {v} • inclinar

dipetalous [Bot] {adj} • dipetale

diphtheria {n} • diphtheria

diphtheria {n} • diphtheria (-ìa)

diphtheritic, diphtheric {adj} • diphtheric

diphthong (union of two vowels pronounced in one syllable) {n} • diphthongo

diphthongal, diphthonged {adj} • diphthonge

diphthongize {v} • diphthongar

diplo- (twofold, double) [occurring in compounds] {adj} • diplo-

diploma {n} • diploma [-ma/-mat-]

diploma {n} • diploma

diplomacy {n} • diplomatia (-ìa)

diplomacy {n} • diplomatia

diplomat, diplomatist {n} • diplomate

diplomat, diplomatist {n} • diplomatico

diplomat {n} • diplomate

diplomatic (1. belonging to diplomacy; 2. characterized by diplomacy) {adj} • diplomatic

diplomatic {n} • diplomatic

diplomatic (pertaining to the science of diplomatics or diplomas) {adj} • diplomatic

diplomatics (science of diplomatics or of diplomas) {n} • diplomatica

diplopia {n} • diplopia (-ìa)

diplopia {n} • diplopia

diplopic {adj} • diplopic

dips- (thirst) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] {n} • dips-

dipsomania {adj} • dipsomane

dipsomania {n} • dipsomania (-ìa)

dipsomania {n} • dipsomania

dipsomaniac {n} • dipsomano

dipsomaniac {n} • dipsomano (-sò-)

dipteral [Arch] {adj} • diptere

dipterous [Entom] {adj} • diptere

dire {ag} • espaventose, terribile, disastrose, horribile.

direct (1. to guide, control, manage; 2. to cause to turn in a particular direction) {v} • diriger

direct (1. to guide, control, manage; 2. to cause to turn in a particular direction) {v} • diriger [-rig-/-rect-]

direct {adj} • directe

direct, rule (as or like a regent) {v} • regentar

direct {v} • diriger

direct {v} • governar

direct (without deviation or interruption) {adj} • directe

direct-current {n} • currente continue

direction (1. action of directing; 2. as in to move in a certain direction) {n} • direction

direction (all senses) {n} • direction

direction (in the - of) {phr} • verso

direction (in the opposite -) {phr} • in senso inverse

direction (instruction) {n} • instruction

direction (way, course) {n} • senso

direction (way) {n} • senso

directive {adj} • directive

directive {n} • directiva

directly {adv} • directemente

director, chief, ruler, rector {n} • rector

director {n} • director

directorate, board of directors {n} • directorio

directorate (function of a director) {n} • directorato

directorial (1. pertaining to a director; 2. pertaining to a directorate, or to the French Directory) {adj} • directorial

directory {adj} • directori

Directory [Fr. Hist] {n} • directorio

directory {n} • adressario

directory (street -) {n} • indicator del stratas

directory (telephone -) {n} • libro telephonic

directress, head-mistress {n} • directrice

directrix [Geom] {n} • directrice

dirigible {adj} • dirigibile

dirigible {n} • dirigibile

diriment, annuling, nullifying {adj} • dirimente

dirt, filth {n} • immunditia

dirt {n} • immunditia

dirty {adj} • immunde

dirty {v} • polluer

dirty business, mess {n} • porcheria (-ìa)

dirty business, mess {n} • porcheria

disabile (mutilate) {v} • mutilar

disabile {v} • facer incapace

disability {n} • infirmitate

disability {n} • incapacitate

disabled {adj} • incapace

disabled {adj} • infirme

disabled, invalid {adj} • invalide (-và-)

disabled, invalid {adj} • invalide

disabled-soldier {n} • invalido

disablement {n} • invaliditate

disablement {n} • incapacitate

disabuse {v} • disabusar

disaccord, disagree {v} • disaccordar

disaccord, disagreement {n} • disaccordo

disaccustom (make someone lose a habit) {v} • dishabituar

disaccustom {v} • disaccostumar

disadvantage, discomfort, inconvenience {n} • incommoditate

disadvantage {n} • disavantage (-aje)

disadvantage {n} • disavantage

disadvantageous {adj} • disavantagiose

disadvantageous, unfavorable {adj} • disavantagiose

disadvantageous, unfavorable {adj} • disavantagiose (-jo-)

disaffect {v} • disaffectionar

disaffection {n} • disaffection

disaggregate {v} • disaggregar

disaggregation {n} • disaggregation

disagree, be in disagreement {v} • disconvenir

disagree, disaccord {v} • disaccordar

disagree (the wine -s with him) {phr} • le vino le disconveni

disagree {v} • discordar

disagree {v} • disaccordar

disagreeable {adj} • disagradabile

disagreeable, unpleasant {adj} • disagradabile

disagreeing, discordant {adj} • discordante

disagreeing, discordant {adj} • discordante (ppr of discordar)

disagreement, disaccord {n} • disaccordo

disagreement, discord {n} • discordo

disagreement {n} • disaccordo

disallow {v} • non admitter

disappear {v} • disparer

disappearance {n} • disparition

disappoint (fail to realize the expectations of) {v} • disappunctar

disappoint {v} • disappunctar

disappointed {adj} • disappunctate

disappointing {adj} • disappunctante

disappointment {n} • disappunctamento

disappointment (state of being disappointed) {n} • disappunctamento

disapprobation, disapproval {n} • disapprobation

disapproval, disapprobation {n} • disapprobation

disapproval {n} • disapprobation

disapprove, disapprove of {v} • disapprobar

disapprove {v} • disapprobrar

disapprove of, disapprove {v} • disapprobar

disapprover {n} • disapprobator

disarm (1. to deprive of weapons; 2. to reduce the size of the army, navy) {v} • disarmar

disarm {v} • disarmar

disarmament {n} • disarmamento

disarrange, disorder, derange {v} • disrangiar (-jar)

disarrange, disorder, derange {v} • disrangiar

disarrangement, derangement {n} • disrangiamento

disarrangement, derangement {n} • disrangiamento (-ja-)

disarticulate {v} • disarticular

disarticulation {n} • disarticulation

disassimilation [Physiol] {n} • disassimilation

disassociate, dissociate {v} • disassociar

disaster {n} • sinistro

disaster {n} • disastro

disastrous {adj} • sinistrose

disastrous {adj} • disastrose

disastrous, fatal, baneful {n} • funeste

disband (troops) {v} • licentiar

disband {v} • disbandar

disbanding {n} • disbandamento

disbandment (of troops) {n} • licentiamento

disburden (unload) {v} • alleviar

disburden (unload) {v} • discargar

disbursament {n} • disbursamento

disburse, pay out {v} • disbursar

disc (disk) {n} • disco

disc (slipped -) {n} • disco intervertebral prolabite

discard {v} • abandonar

discase, illness {n} • morbo

discern {v} • discerner

discern {v} • perciper

discern {v} • discerner [-cern-/-cret-]

discerner {n} • discernitor

discernible {adj} • discernibile

discerning {adj} • clarividente

discerning {adj} • perceptive

discerning, clear-sighted {adj} • clarividente

discerning, sapient, wise {adj} • sapiente

discernment, clear-sightedness {n} • clarividentia

discernment {n} • clarividentia

discernment {n} • discernimento

discharge (1. firing off a fire-arm; 2. electric discharge; 3. [Arch]) {n} • discarga

discharge (1. to fire, fire off) {v} • discargar

discharge (a debt) {v} • pagar

discharge, dismiss, displace (from office) {v} • destituer [-stitu-/-stitut-]

discharge, dismiss, displace (from office) {v} • destituer

discharge, dismiss {v} • dimitter

discharge, dismiss {v} • dimitter [-mitt-/-miss-]

discharge (dismiss) {v} • dimitter

discharge, dismissal (from office) {n} • destitution

discharge {n} • discarga

discharge, pay, settle (a debt, fine, bill) {v} • pagar

discharge (unload) {v} • discargar

discharger [Elec] {n} • excitator

disciple {n} • discipulo (-cì-)

disciple {n} • discipulo

disciplinary {adj} • disciplinari

discipline (1. as in school discipline, military discipline; 2. branch of instruction; 3. [Eccl] scourge) {n} • disciplina

discipline (1. to subject to discipline; 2. [Eccl] scourge) {v} • disciplinar

discipline {n} • disciplina

discipline {v} • disciplinar

disc-jockey {n} • presentator de discos

disclaim [Law] {v} • repudiar

disclaim {v} • repudiar

disclaimer (action of renouncing a legal claim) [Law] {n} • repudiation

disclaimer {n} • repudiation

disclose {v} • revelar

disclosure {n} • revelation

discolor (deprive of color or coloring) {v} • discolorar

discolor, discolour {v} • discolorar

discoloration {n} • discoloration

discomfort, inconvenience, disadvantage {n} • incommoditate

discomfort {n} • incommoditate

discomposed (as in discomposed features) {adj} • disfacte

disconcert (1. to spoil, upset; 2. to embarrass greatly) {v} • disconcertar

disconcert {v} • disconcertar

disconcerted {adj} • disconcertate (pp of disconcertar)

disconcerted {adj} • disconcertate

disconcerted {adj} • confuse

disconcertment {n} • disconcertamento

disconnect {v} • disaccopular

disconnected, incoherent {adj} • incoherente

disconnectedness, incoherence {n} • incoherentia

disconsolate {adj} • disconsolate

disconsolate, unconsoled {adj} • disconsolate

disconsolate, unconsoled {adj} • inconsolate

discontent {adj} • miscontente

discontent {adj} • discontento

discontent, discontented {adj} • discontente

discontent, discontentment {n} • discontentamento

discontent {n} • discontento

discontent {v} • discontentar

discontented {adj} • discontente

discontented, discontent {adj} • discontente

discontentment, discontent {n} • discontentamento

discontinuation {n} • discontinuation

discontinue (cause to cease) {v} • discontinuar

discontinue {vi} • cessar

discontinue {vt} • discontinuar

discontinuity {n} • discontinuitate

discontinuous {adj} • discontinue

discord, disagreement {n} • discordo

discord [Mus] {n} • disaccordo

discord {n} • discordia

discord {n} • discordo

discordance (1. disagreement; 2. discord) {n} • discordantia

discordant {adj} • discorde

discordant, disagreeing {adj} • discordante

discordant, disagreeing {adj} • discordante (ppr of discordar)

discotheque {n} • discotheca

discount (1. [Commer]; 2. to deduct, leave out of account) {v} • discontar

discount [Com] {n} • disconto

discount {n} • disconto

discount {v} • discontar

discountable {adj} • discontabile

discounter {n} • discontator

discourage, dishearten {v} • discoragiar (-ajar)

discourage, dishearten {v} • discoragiar

discourage {v} • discoragiar

discouraged {adj} • discoragiate

discouraged, dispirited {adj} • disanimate (pp of disanimar)

discouraged, dispirited {adj} • disanimate

discouragement {n} • discoragiamento

discouragement {n} • discoragiamento (-aja-)

discourse (1. formal speech; 2. treatise) {n} • discurso

discourse (speak formally) {v} • discurrer [-curr-/-curs-]

discourse (speak formally) {v} • discurrer

discourteous {adj} • discortese

discourtesy {n} • discortesia

discourtesy {n} • discortesia (-ìa)

discover {v} • discoperir [-per-/-pert-]

discover {v} • discoperir

discoverer {n} • discoperitor

discovery {n} • discoperta

discredit (injure the credit of) {v} • discreditar

discredit (loss of good name or standing) {n} • discredito

discredit (loss of good name or standing) {n} • discredito (-cré-)

discredit {n} • discredito

discredit {v} • discreditar

discreet {adj} • discrete

discrepancy {n} • discrepantia

discrepant {adj} • discrepante (ppr of discrepar)

discrepant {adj} • discrepante

discrete {adj} • discrete

discrete (consisting of distinct parts) {adj} • discrete

discretion {n} • discretion

discretion (quality of being discreet) {n} • discretion

discretional, discretionary {adj} • discretional

discretionary {adj} • discretionari

discretionary, discretional {adj} • discretional

discriminate (perceive or note the difference in or between) {v} • discriminar

discriminate {v} • discriminar

discrimination (act or faculty of perceiving or noting differences and distinctions) {n} • discrimination

discrimination {n} • discrimination

discriminative, distinguishing {adj} • discretive

discursive (1. proeeeding by reasoning, not intuitive; 2 . rambling) {adj} • discursive

discus {n} • disco

discuss, dissertate {v} • disserer

discuss, dissertate {v} • disserer [-ser-/-sert-]

discuss, dissertate {v} • dissertar

discuss {v} • discuter

discuss {v} • discuter [-cut-/-cuss-]

discussion {n} • discussion

disdain {n} • disdigno

disdain, scorn {n} • disdigno

disdain, scorn {v} • disdignar

disdain {v} • disdignar

disdainful {adj} • disdignose

disease {n} • maladia

disease {n} • morbo

diseased {adj} • infecte

diseased {adj} • malade

disembark (1. to put ashore from a ship; 2. to go ashore from a ship) {v} • disbarcar

disembark {v} • disimbarcar

disembarkation, debarkation {n} • disbarcamento

disembarkation, debarkation {n} • disimbarcation

disembarrass, disentangle {v} • disembarassar

disembowel {v} • eventrar

disemboweling (act of) {n} • eventration

disenchant (1. to free from a spell; 2. to disillusion) {v} • disincantar

disenchanted {adj} • disincantate

disenchanter {n} • disincantator

disenchantment {n} • disincantamento

disengage, ungear {v} • disingranar

disengage {v} • disingranar

disentangle, disembarrass {v} • disembarassar

disentangle {v} • disinvolver

disentangle {v} • disinvolver [-volv-/-volt-]

disesteem {n} • disestima

disesteem {v} • disestimar

disfavor {n} • disfavor

disfavor {v} • disfavorar

disfelloship {v} • disassociar

disfelloship {v} • excommunicar

disfiguration, disfigurement {n} • disfiguration

disfigure {v} • disfigurar

disfigurement, disfiguration {n} • disfiguration

disgorge {v} • disgorgar

disgorgement {n} • disgorgamento

disgrace (1. disfavor; 2. public dishonor) {n} • disgratia

disgrace (1. to dismiss from favor; 2. to reflect dishonor upon) {v} • disgratiar

disgrace, dishonor {v} • dishonorar

disgrace {n} • disgratia

disgrace {v} • disgratiar

disgraceful {adj} • vergoniose

disgraceful, shameful {adj} • vergoniose

disgruntled {adj} • de mal humor

disguise (change the dress and appearance of so as to conceal identity) {v} • disguisar

disguise {n} • disguisamento

disguise {v} • travestir

disguise {v} • disguisar

disguiser {n} • travestitor

disguising (act of) {n} • travestimento

disgust {n} • disgusto

disgust {v} • disgustar

disgusting {adj} • disgustose

dish (course) {n} • platto

dish (food prepared in a particular way) {n} • platto

dish {n} • platto

dish, platter, plate {n} • platto

dish {v} • servir

dishabille, deshabille {n} • déshabillé [F]

dishabille, deshabille {n} • déshabillé

disharmonic {adj} • disharmonic

disharmonious, unharmonious {adj} • disharmoniose

disharmonize {v} • disharmonisar

disharmony {n} • disharmonia (-ìa)

disharmony {n} • disharmonia

dish-cloth {n} • pannello pro lavar plattos

dishearten, discourage {v} • discoragiar

dishearten, discourage {v} • discoragiar (-ajar)

dishearten, dispirit {v} • disanimar

dishearten {v} • discoragiar

disheartening {adj} • discoragiante

dishevel, tousle {v} • discapillar

disheveled {adj} • discapillate

dishevelled {adj} • discapillate

dishonest {adj} • dishoneste

dishonest, lacking probity {adj} • improbe

dishonest, lacking probity {adj} • improbe (ìm-)

dishonesty, improbity {n} • improbitate

dishonesty {n} • dishonestitate

dishonesty {n} • dishonestate

dishonor (1. loss of honor, disgrace; 2. cause or source of disgrace) {n} • dishonor

dishonor, disgrace {v} • dishonorar

dishonor, dishonour {n} • dishonor

dishonor {v} • dishonorar

dishonorable {adj} • dishonorabile

dishonorable {adj} • inhoneste

dishonorable, dishonoring {adj} • dishonorante

dishonorable, dishonourable {adj} • dishonorabile

dishonoring, dishonorable {adj} • dishonorante

dish-out {v} • apportionar

dish-washer {n} • lavaplattos

dish-water {n} • lavatura

dishwater {n} • lavatura

disillusion {n} • disillusion

disillusion {v} • disillusionar

disillusionment {n} • disillusionamento

disinclined {adj} • averse

disinfect {v} • disinfectar

disinfectant {adj} • disinfectante

disinfectant {adj/n} • disinfectante

disinfectant {n} • disinfectante

disinfection {n} • disinfection

disinfector {n} • disinfectator

disinherit {v} • dishereditar

disinherit {v} • exheredar

disinheritance {n} • exheredation

disintegrate (cause disintegration) {v} • disintegrar

disintegrate {v} • disintegrar

disintegrate {v} • disintegrar (se)

disintegrate {v} • disgregar

disintegration {n} • disintegration

disintegration {n} • disgregation

disinterested {adj} • impartial

disinterested {adj} • disinteressate

disinterestedness {n} • disinteresse

disjoin {v} • disjunger [-jung-/-junct-]

disjoin {v} • disjunger

disjointed (of speech) {adj} • incoherente

disjointed (out of joint) {adj} • dislocate

disjunction {n} • disjunction

disjunctive (1. tending to disjoin) {adj} • disjunctive

disk (disc) {n} • disco

disk (floppy -) {n} • dischetta

disk {n} • disco

disk jockey {n} • presentator de discos

diskette {n} • dischetta

dislike {n} • repugnantia

dislike {v} • non amar

dislocate, luxate {v} • luxar

dislocate, put out of joint {v} • dislocar

dislocate {v} • dislocar

dislocation (1. displacement of a bone at a joint; 2. [Geol]) {n} • dislocation

dislocation, luxation {n} • luxation

dislodge (displace) {v} • dislocar

dislodge (expel) {v} • expeller

disloyal {adj} • disloyal

disloyalty {n} • disloyalitate

dismal {adj} • lugubre

dismally {adv} • lugubremente

dismantle (strip of equipment, fortifications, rigging) {v} • dismantellar

dismantle {v} • dismantellar

dismantlement, dismantling (as in the dismantling or dismantlement of a fortress, vessel) {n} • dismantellamento

dismantling, dismantlement (as in the dismantling or dismantlement of a fortress, vessel) {n} • dismantellamento

dismay, appall {v} • consternar

dismay {n} • consternation

dismay {v} • consternar

dismember {v} • dismembrar

dismemberment {n} • dismembramento

dismiss, discharge {v} • dimitter [-mitt-/-miss-]

dismiss, discharge {v} • dimitter

dismiss, displace, discharge (from office) {v} • destituer [-stitu-/-stitut-]

dismiss, displace, discharge (from office) {v} • destituer

dismiss {v} • dimitter

dismissal, discharge (from office) {n} • destitution

dismissal {n} • dimission

dismount (1. to alight, alight from; 2. to unhorse; 3 . [Mech] (take down from a mounted or assembled condition) {v} • dismontar

dismount {v} • dismontar

dismountable (that can be taken apart or dismounted) {adj} • dismontabile

dismounting (action of) [Mech] {n} • dismontage (-aje)

dismounting (action of) [Mech] {n} • dismontage

disobedience {n} • disobedientia

disobedient {adj} • disobediente

disobedient {adj} • disobediente (ppr of disobedir)

disobey {v} • disobedir a

disobey {v} • disobedir

disoblige (offend) {v} • disobligar

disobliging {v} • disobligante

disorder (1. lack of order; 2. public disturbance) {n} • disordine

disorder, confusion, disturbance {n} • turbation

disorder, derange, disarrange {v} • disrangiar

disorder, derange, disarrange {v} • disrangiar (-jar)

disorder (destroy the order of) {v} • disordinar

disorder, disordered state {n} • disregulamento

disorder, disturbance {n} • perturbation

disorder {n} • disordine

disorder {n} • confusion

disorder {v} • disrangiar

disorder {v} • disordinar

disordered, confused {adj} • indigeste

disordered state, disorder {n} • disregulamento

disorderly {adj} • disordinate

disorderly (in disorder) {adj} • disordinate

disorderly (in disorder) {adj} • disordinate (pp of disordinar)

disorganization {n} • disorganisation

disorganize {v} • disorganisar

disorganized {adj} • disorganisate

disorganizer {n} • disorganisator

disorientate {v} • disorientar

disorientation {n} • disorientation

disown, deny {v} • dismentir

disown, repudiate, deny {v} • renegar

disown {v} • dismentir

disown {v} • repudiar

disowning, repudiation, denial {n} • renegamento

disparage {v} • denigrar

disparage {v} • dispreciar

disparaging {adj} • dispreciative

disparate {adj} • disparate

disparity, disproportion {n} • disconvenientia

disparity {n} • disparitate

dispassionate {adj} • sin passion

dispassionate {adj} • impartial

dispatch, despatch, send off {v} • expedir

dispatch, message [F] {n} • depeche

dispatch (message) {n} • depeche

dispatch {n} • dispacho

dispatch (promptness) {n} • expedition

dispatch, sending {n} • invio (-ìo)

dispatch, sending {n} • invio

dispatch (sending) {n} • invio

dispatch {v} • dispachar

dispatch {v} • expedir

dispel {v} • dispersar

dispel {v} • dissipar

dispensable (1. capable of being dispensed with; 2. [Eccl] admitting of release, dispensation) {adj} • dispensabile

dispensary {n} • pharmacia

dispensary {n} • dispensario

dispensary [Pharm] {n} • officina

dispensary (place where medicines are dispensed) {n} • dispensario

dispensation (1. act of dispensing or giving out; 2. exemption) {n} • dispensation

dispensation, exemption {n} • dispensa

dispensative, dispensatory {adj} • dispensative

dispensatory, dispensative {adj} • dispensative

dispense (1. to give out; 2. to release, exempt) {v} • dispensar

dispense {v} • dispensar

dispense with {v} • contentar se sin

dispenser (one who dispenses, deals out) {n} • dispensator

dispersal, dispersion {n} • dispersion

dispersal {n} • dispersion

disperse (cause to disperse or scatter) {v} • disperger [-sperg-/-spers-]

disperse (cause to disperse or scatter) {v} • disperger

disperse, scatter {v} • dispersar

disperse {v} • disperger

disperse {v} • dissipar (se)

disperse {v} • disperger (se)

disperse {v} • dissipar

Dispersion, Diaspora {n} • diaspora

Dispersion, Diaspora {n} • diaspora (-às-)

dispersion, dispersal {n} • dispersion

dispersive {adj} • dispersive

dispirit, dishearten {v} • disanimar

dispirited {adj} • discoragiate

dispirited, discouraged {adj} • disanimate (pp of disanimar)

dispirited, discouraged {adj} • disanimate

displace (1. to shift something from its place; 2. to remove someone from a position or office) {v} • displaciar

displace, discharge, dismiss (from office) {v} • destituer

displace, discharge, dismiss (from office) {v} • destituer [-stitu-/-stitut-]

displace, shift from its place {v} • dislocar

displace (someone from his country) {v} • dispaisar

displace {v} • displaciar

displaced (as in displaced persons) {adj} • dispaisate

displacement (1. action of displacing; 2. [Naut]) {n} • displaciamento

displacement {n} • displaciamento

display (apparatus) {n} • apparato

display (courage) {v} • displicar

display (exhibit) {v} • exponer

display, ostentation, pomp {n} • fasto

display, pomp {n} • apparato

display (pomp) {n} • fasto

display, show {n} • monstra

display (show) {n} • spectaculo

display, show off {v} • ostentar

display (visual - unit) {n} • unitate de visualisation

display cabinet {n} • vitrina

display or trophy of arms {n} • panoplia

display window, show window {n} • monstra

display-unit {n} • monstra

display-unit {n} • apparato de presentation

display-window {n} • monstra

display-window {n} • vitrina

displease {v} • displacer

displeasure {n} • displacer

displeasure {n} • displacentia

displeasure {v} • displacer

disposable, available {adj} • disponibile

disposal (at your -) {phr} • a vostre disposition

disposal {n} • disposition

dispose (1. to arrange; 2. to fit, prepare; 3. to determine the course of events) {v} • disponer [-pon-/-posit-]

dispose (1. to arrange; 2. to fit, prepare; 3. to determine the course of events) {v} • disponer

dispose {v} • disponer

disposed, inclined {adj} • disposite

disposed, inclined {adj} • disposite (-pò-)

disposed for the fine arts, artistic {adj} • music

disposed to {phr} • disponite (a)

disposed to {phr} • disposte

disposed to {phr} • disponite

disposed to {phr} • disposte (a)

dispose-of {v} • disfacer se de

disposer (one who disposes) {n} • dispositor

disposition (1. arrangement; 2. disposal; 3. as in a natural disposition for music) {n} • disposition

disposition, arrangement, order {n} • positura

disposition {n} • disposition

disposition (temperament) {n} • complexion

disposition, temperament natural {n} • natural

dispositive (pertaining to the disposal or disposition of something) {adj} • dispositive

dispossess, expropriate {v} • expropriar

dispossess {v} • disposseder [-sed-/-sess-]

dispossess {v} • disposseder

dispossession, expropriation {n} • expropriation

dispossession {n} • dispossession

dispossessor, expropriator {n} • expropriator

disproof {n} • refutation

disproportion, disparity {n} • disconvenientia

disproportion, lack of proportion {n} • disproportion

disproportion {v} • disproportionar

disproportionate {adj} • disproportionate

disproportionate {adj} • disproportionate (pp of disproportionar)

disprove {v} • refutar

disputable {adj} • disputabile

disputable, that is a matter of opinion {adj} • opinabile

disputant {n} • disputante

disputation {n} • disputation

disputatious {adj} • disputative

dispute (1. to discuss, argue; 2. to contend for) {v} • disputar

dispute (aggressively) {v} • polemisar

dispute (industrial -) {n} • conflicto obrer

dispute {n} • disputa

dispute, quarrel {n} • litigio

dispute, quarrel {n} • lite

dispute {v} • disputar

disputer {n} • disputator

disqualification {n} • disqualification

disqualify {v} • disqualificar

disquiet, disturb {v} • inquietar

disquiet {n} • inquietude

disquiet {v} • inquietar

disquietude, inquietude {n} • inquietude

disquisition {n} • disquisition

disregard {n} • indifferentia

disregard {n} • disdigno

disregard {v} • non prestar attention a

disrepair (be in -) {n} • mal stato

disreputable {adj} • vergoniose

disreputable {adj} • de mal fama

disrepute {n} • mal fama

disrespect {n} • irreverentia

disrespectful {adj} • irreverente

disrump, disrupt {v} • disrumper

disrump, disrupt {v} • disrumper [-rump-/-rupt-]

disrupt, disrump {v} • disrumper [-rump-/-rupt-]

disrupt, disrump {v} • disrumper

disrupt {v} • disrumper

disrupter {n} • disruptor

disruption {n} • disruption

disruptive {adj} • disruptive

dissatisfaction {n} • discontento

dissatisfied {adj} • malcontente

dissatisfy {v} • discontentar

dissect {v} • dissecar [-sec-/-sect-]

dissect {v} • dissecar

dissection {n} • dissection

dissector {n} • dissector

dissemble, dissimulate {v} • dissimular

disseminate {v} • disseminar

dissemination {n} • dissemination

disseminator {n} • disseminator

dissension {n} • dissension

dissent, dissidence {n} • dissidentia

dissent, hold a dissident view {v} • dissider

dissent {n} • dissension

dissent {n} • dissentimento

dissent {v} • dissentir [-sent-/-sens-]

dissent {v} • dissentir

dissenter, dissident, dissentient {n} • dissidente

dissentient, dissenter, dissident {n} • dissidente

dissertate, discuss {v} • disserer

dissertate, discuss {v} • disserer [-ser-/-sert-]

dissertate, discuss {v} • dissertar

dissertate {v} • dissertar

dissertation {n} • dissertation

dissertator {n} • dissertator

disservice {n} • disservicio

dissidence, dissent {n} • dissidentia

dissident {adj} • dissidente

dissident {adj/n} • dissidente

dissident, dissentient, dissenter {n} • dissidente

dissimilar {adj} • dissimile

dissimilar {adj} • dissimilar

dissimilar, unlike {adj} • dispare

dissimilar {v} • dissimilar

dissimilarity, dissimilitude {n} • dissimilitude

dissimilarity {n} • dissimilantia

dissimilation [Phonet] {n} • dissimilation

dissimilitude, dissimilarity {n} • dissimilitude

dissimulate, dissemble {v} • dissimular

dissimulation {n} • dissimulation

dissimulative {adj} • dissimulate (pp of dissimular)

dissimulative {adj} • dissimulate

dissimulator {n} • dissimulator

dissipable, capable of being dissipated {adj} • dissipabile

dissipate (1. to scatter, disperse; 2. to waste, squander) {v} • dissipar

dissipated, unrestrained {adj} • dissipate

dissipated, unrestrained {adj} • dissipate (pp of dissipar)

dissipater, dissipator {n} • dissipator

dissipation (1. scattering, dispersion; 2. waste, squandering; 3. dissipated living) {n} • dissipation

dissipator, dissipater {n} • dissipator

dissociability {n} • dissociabilitate

dissociable, separable {adj} • dissociabile

dissociate (cause to dissociate) {v} • dissociar

dissociate, disassociate {v} • disassociar

dissociate {v} • disassociar

dissociation {n} • dissociation

dissolubility {n} • dissolubilitate

dissoluble {adj} • dissolubile

dissolute {adj} • dissolute

dissoluteness {n} • dissolution

dissoluteness, profligacy {n} • disregulamento

dissolution {n} • dissolution

dissolutive {adj} • dissolutive

dissolve (cause to dissolve) {v} • dissolver

dissolve (cause to dissolve) {v} • dissolver [-solv-/-solut-]

dissolve, resolve {v} • solver [solv-/solut-]

dissolve, resolve {v} • solver

dissolve {v} • dissolver (se)

dissolve {v} • dissolver

dissolved {adj} • solute

dissolvent, solvent {adj} • dissolvente (ppr of dissolver)

dissolvent, solvent {adj} • dissolvente

dissolvent, solvent {n} • dissolvente

dissolving, loosing (act of) {n} • lyse

dissonance {n} • dissonantia

dissonant {adj} • dissone

dissonant {adj} • dissonante

dissonant {adj} • dissonante (ppr of dissonar)

dissuade {v} • dissuader [-suad-/-suas-]

dissuade {v} • dissuader

dissuader {n} • dissuasor

dissuasion {n} • dissuasion

dissuasive {adj} • dissuasive

dissyllabic, disyllabic {adj} • bisyllabe (-sì-)

dissyllabic, disyllabic {adj} • disyllabe

dissyllabic, disyllabic {adj} • bisyllabe

dissyllabic, disyllabic {adj} • disyllabe (-sì-)

dissyllable, disyllable {n} • disyllabo

dissyllable, disyllable {n} • disyllabo (-sì-)

dissyllable, disyllable {n} • bisyllabo

dissyllable, disyllable {n} • bisyllabo (-sì-)

distaff (staff for holding flax, wool, in spinning) {n} • rocca

distaff-full {n} • roccata

distance {n} • distantia

distance (remoteness) {n} • distantia

distance (trip) {n} • percurso

distance covered {n} • percurso

distant {adj} • distante

distant, far-off {adj} • lontan

distant, remote {adj} • remote

distaste {n} • repugnantia

distasteful {adj} • repugnante

distemper (bad mood) {n} • mal

distemper, derange {v} • distemperar

distemper (paint) {n} • tempera

distemper (paint) {v} • pinger al tempera

distemper (upset) {v} • distemperar

distend (dilate by stretching) {v} • distender [-tend-/-tens-]

distend (dilate by stretching) {v} • distender

distension, distention {n} • distension

distention, distension {n} • distension

distich [Pros] {n} • disticho (dì-)

distich [Pros] {n} • disticho

distil {v} • distillar

distil {v} • alambicar

distill (1. to fall or give out in drops; 2. to subject to the process of distillation) {v} • distillar

distillable {adj} • distillabile

distillation {n} • alambication

distillation {n} • distillation

distillatory {adj} • distillatori

distiller {n} • distillator

distiller (one who distills alcoholic liquors) {n} • liquorista

distillery {n} • distilleria

distillery {n} • distilleria (-ìa)

distinct (1. different; 2. clearly perceptible) {adj} • distincte

distinct {adj} • distincte

distinction (1. act of distinguishing; 2. condition of being distinguished or outstanding among others) {n} • distinction

distinction {n} • distinction

distinctive {adj} • distinctive

distinguish {v} • distinguer

distinguish {v} • distinguer [-stingu-/-stinct-]

distinguishable {adj} • distinguibile

distinguished {adj} • eminente

distinguished {adj} • distinguite

distinguished, illustrious {adj} • insigne

distinguished (possessing distinction) {adj} • distinguite

distinguished (possessing distinction) {adj} • distinguite (pp of distinguer)

distinguisher {n} • distinguitor

distinguishing, discriminative {adj} • discretive

distort {v} • distorquer

distort {v} • distorquer [-torqu-/-tort-]

distortion (1. action of distorting; 2. contortion) {n} • distortion

distortion {n} • distortion

distract {v} • distraher

distraction, amusement {n} • distraction

distraction (drive to -) {v} • confunder

distraction {n} • distraction

distractive {adj} • distractive

distress, affliction {n} • affliction

distress {n} • affliction

distress (of body) {v} • doler

distress (of mind) {v} • affliger

distress (of mind) {v} • desolar

distressed {adj} • desolate

distressed {adj} • afflicte

distressed, desolate {adj} • desolate (pp of desolar)

distressed, desolate {adj} • desolate

distressing {adj} • afflictive

distressing, giving pain {adj} • afflictive

distribute (1. to allot to each as his share; 2. to allocate to distinct places; 3. [Print]) {v} • distribuer [-tribu-/-tribut-]

distribute (1. to allot to each as his share; 2. to allocate to distinct places; 3. [Print]) {v} • distribuer

distribute (allot to each as his share) {v} • repartir

distribute {v} • distribuer

distributer, distributor {n} • distributor

distribution (1. apportionment, allotment; 2. allocation to distinct places; 3. [Print]) {n} • distribution

distribution, allotment {n} • repartition

distribution {n} • distribution

distributive (1. serving to distribute; 2. [Gram]) {adj} • distributive

distributor, distributer {n} • distributor

distributor, divider {n} • partitor

distributor {n} • distributor

distributor (one who allots to each as his share) {n} • repartitor

district [Admin] {n} • districto

district {n} • quartiero

district {n} • districto

distrust {n} • diffidentia

distrust {v} • diffider de

distrustful {adj} • suspiciose

distrustful {adj} • diffidente

distrustful {adj} • turbate

distrustful, suspicious {adj} • suspiciose

disturb (break up a state of order, calm and quiet) {v} • disturbar

disturb (break up a state of order, calm and quiet) {v} • perturbar

disturb, disquiet {v} • inquietar

disturb, throw into disorder, confuse {v} • turbar

disturb {v} • inquietar

disturb {v} • disturbar

disturbance, disorder, confusion {n} • turbation

disturbance, disorder {n} • perturbation

disturbance {n} • commotion

disturbance {n} • disturbation

disturbance {n} • agitation

disturber {n} • inquietator

disturber {n} • perturbator

disturber {n} • turbator

disturber {n} • disturbator

disturbing {adj} • perturbative

disunion (1. rupture of union, severance; 2. disunity) {n} • disunion

disunite {v} • disunir

disunity {n} • disunitate

disuse {n} • disuso

disuse {v} • disusar

disused {adj} • desuete

disyllabic, dissyllabic {adj} • bisyllabe (-sì-)

disyllabic, dissyllabic {adj} • disyllabe

disyllabic, dissyllabic {adj} • bisyllabe

disyllabic, dissyllabic {adj} • disyllabe (-sì-)

disyllable, dissyllable {n} • disyllabo

disyllable, dissyllable {n} • bisyllabo (-sì-)

disyllable, dissyllable {n} • disyllabo (-sì-)

disyllable, dissyllable {n} • bisyllabo

ditch {n} • fossato

ditch, trench, moat, fosse {n} • fossato

ditch {v} • abandonar

dither (hesitate) {v} • hesitar

dither (shake) {v} • tremer

ditto {n} • ditto

ditto-mark {n} • marca de ditto

diurnal (1. daily; 2. relating to daytime) {adj} • diurne

divagate, digress {v} • divagar

divagation, digression {n} • divagation

divan {n} • divan

dive {n} • immersion

dive {n} • salto

dive {vi} • immerger se

dive {vi} • descender rapidemente

diver {n} • scafandrero

diverge (- from) {v} • diverger

diverge {v} • diverger

divergence, divergency {n} • divergentia

divergency, divergence {n} • divergentia

divergent {adj} • divergente (ppr of diverger)

divergent {adj} • divergente

divers (several, various) {adj} • diverse

diverse {adj} • diverse

diverse (different, varied) {adj} • diverse

diverse, several {adj} • varie

diversify (make diverse) {v} • diversificar

diversify {v} • diversificar

diversion (1. entertainment, pastime; 2. [Mil]) {n} • diversion

diversion, amusement {n} • divertimento

diversion {n} • diversion

diversion of a water-course {n} • derivation

diversity {n} • diversitate

divert (1. to distract; 2. to entertain, amuse) {v} • distraher

divert (1. to distract; 2. to entertain, amuse) {v} • distraher [-trah-/-tract-]

divert (1. to turn aside; 2. to amuse, entertain) {v} • diverter [-vert-/-vers-]

divert (1. to turn aside; 2. to amuse, entertain) {v} • diverter

divert {v} • diverter

divert the course of {v} • derivar

divide (1. to separate into parts; 2. [Arith]) {v} • divider [-vid-/-vis-]

divide (1. to separate into parts; 2. [Arith]) {v} • divider

divide, part {v} • partir

divide {v} • divider (se)

divide {v} • divider

divide in three parts {v} • tertiar

divide into (small portions) {v} • parcellar

divide into doses {v} • dosar

divide into eighths {v} • octavar

divide into fifths {v} • quintar

divide into parts {v} • departir

divide into three parts {v} • tripartir

divide into two parts {v} • bipartir

divided, partite {adj} • partite

divided, partite {adj} • partite (pp of partir)

dividend (1. [Arith]; 2. [Commer]) {n} • dividendo

dividend {n} • dividendo

divider, distributor {n} • partitor

dividers {n} • compasso

divination, manticism, mantic {n} • mantica

divination {n} • divination

divinatory {adj} • divinatori

divine {adj} • divin

divine {adj} • dive

divine, guess {v} • divinar

divine {v} • divinar

diviner {n} • divinator

diving {n} • submersion

diving {n} • immersion

diving-board {n} • trampolino

diving-suit {n} • scafandro

divinity (divine nature or being) {n} • divinitate

divinity {n} • divinitate

divisibility {n} • divisibilitate

divisible {adj} • divisibile

divisible {adj} • partibile

divisible, capable of being cut {adj} • secabile

division (1. act of dividing; 2. [special: Arith/Mil/Biol]) {n} • division

division {n} • division

division into (small portions) {n} • parcellamento

divisional {adj} • divisional

divisive (indicating division) {adj} • divisive

divisor [Arith] {n} • partitor

divisor [Arith] {n} • divisor

divorce (get -d) {v} • divorciar

divorce {n} • divorcio

divorce {v} • divorciar

divorced {adj} • divorciate

divorced (get -) {v} • divorciar se

divorcee [Fem] • divorciata

divorcee [Masc] • divorciato

divulgate, divulge {v} • divulgar

divulgation, divulgement {n} • divulgation

divulge, divulgate {v} • divulgar

divulge {v} • divulgar

divulgement, divulgation {n} • divulgation

divulger {n} • divulgator

divulsion {n} • divulsion

dizziness, giddiness, vertigo {n} • vertigine

dizziness {n} • vertigine

dizzy {adj} • vertiginose

do (arrange) {v} • arrangiar

do (be suitable) {v} • convenir

do (behave) {v} • conducer se

do (cause) {v} • causar

do (cheat) {v} • fraudar

do (commit) {v} • committer

do (cook) {v} • cocer

do (get on) {v} • ir

do (have to - with) {v} • esser relative a

do (have to - with) {v} • haber relation con

do (how - you -) {phr} • como va vos?

do (I - know) {v} • io sape

do (last) {v} • durar

do (learn) {v} • apprender

do, make (with studied care) {v} • compassar

do [Mus] {n} • do

do (of health) {v} • esser

do (of homage) {v} • render

do (prepare) {v} • preparar

do (roast) {v} • rostir

do (something) {v} • facer

do (something) {v} • facer [fac-/fact-;-fic-/-fect-]

do (suffice) {v} • bastar

do (suit) {v} • convenir

do (that will -) {phr} • basta

do (travel) {v} • percurrer

do {v} • facer

do (well done!) {phr} • multo ben!

do evil, wrong {v} • malfacer [-fac-/-fact-]

do evil, wrong {v} • malfacer

do good, be beneficent {v} • benefacer [-fac-/-fact-]

do good, be beneficent {v} • benefacer

do or make again {v} • refacer

do or make again {v} • refacer [-fac-/-fact-]

do tapestry work {v} • tapissar

do tattooing, tattoo {v} • tatuar

do violence to {v} • violentar

do-away-with {v} • supprimer

do-away-with {v} • poner fin a

docile {adj} • docile

docility {n} • docilitate

dock (deduct) {vt} • discontar

dock [Jur] • banco del accusatos

dock [Nav] {n} • bassino

dock [Nav] {n} • dock

dock, quay, wharf {n} • imbarcatorio

dock (suppress) {v} • supprimer

dock {vi} • entrar in dock

dock, wet dock {n} • darsena

dock, wet dock {n} • darsena (dàr-)

docker {n} • obrero portuari

docker {n} • stivator

dock-yard {n} • officina de constructiones naval

dock-yard {n} • arsenal

dockyard {n} • arsenal

doctor (1. as in doctor of philosophy; 2. doctor of medicine, physician) {n} • doctor

doctor (falsify) {v} • falsificar

doctor (in general) {n} • doctor

doctor (patch up) {v} • reparar

doctor, physician {n} • medico

doctor, physician {n} • medico (mé-)

doctor (physician) {n} • medico

doctor (treat) {v} • medicar

doctoral {adj} • doctoral

doctorate {n} • doctorato

doctrinaire {n} • doctrinario

doctrinairism, doctrinalism, doctrinism {n} • doctrinarismo

doctrinal (as in doctrinal observation or clauses) {adj} • doctrinal

doctrinalism, doctrinism, doctrinairism {n} • doctrinarismo

doctrinary, doctrinaire {adj} • doctrinari

doctrine {n} • doctrina

doctrinism, doctrinairism, doctrinalism {n} • doctrinarismo

document {n} • documento

document, paper [Law, Com] {n} • scriptura

document {v} • documentar

documentary {adj} • documentari

documentary {adj} • documental

documentary {n} • film educative

documentation {n} • documentation

doddering {adj} • decrepite

dodeca-, dodec- (twelve) [occurring in compounds] {adj} • dodeca-

dodecagon {n} • dodecagono

dodecagonal {adj} • dodecagon

dodecagonal {adj} • dodecagonal

dodecahedral {adj} • dodecahedric

dodecahedron [Math] {n} • dodecahedro

Dodecanese Islands {n} • Dodecaneso

dodecapetalous [Bot] {adj} • dodecapetale

dodecasyllabic {adj} • dodecasyllabe

dodecasyllabic {adj} • dodecasyllabe (-sìlabe)

dodecasyllable [Pros] {n} • dodecasyllabo (-sìlabo)

dodecasyllable [Pros] {n} • dodecasyllabo

dodge {v} • eluder

doe (female deer) {n} • cervo femine

doer, maker {n} • facitor

doer {n} • facitor

dog {n} • can

dog {v} • persequer

dog days {n} • canicula

Dog Star, canicula [Astron] {n} • canicula

dog-collar (dog's) {n} • collar de can

dog-collar [Eccles] • collar false de ecclesiastico

dogged (followed) {adj} • persecute

dogged (persistent) {adj} • tenace

dogma {n} • dogma [-ma/-mat-]

dogma {n} • dogma

dogmatic, dogmatical {adj} • dogmatic

dogmatic {n} • dogmatic

dogmatics {n} • dogmatica

dogmatism {n} • dogmatismo

dogmatist {n} • dogmatista

dogmatization {n} • dogmatisation

dogmatize {v} • dogmatisar

dogmatizer {n} • dogmatisator

dog's-life {n} • vita de can

dog's-life (of business) {v} • ir a ruina

dog's-life (people, go to the -s) {v} • degradar se

doing or making again (act of) {n} • refaction

doings {n} • gestas

dole (- out) {v} • distribuer

dole {n} • indemnitate de disoccupation

doleful, mournful {adj} • lamentabile

dolicho-, dolich- (long) [occurring in compounds] {adj} • dolich-

dolichocephalic [Anthropometry] {adj} • dolichocephale

doll {n} • pupa

dollar [Monet] {n} • dollar [A]

dollar [Monet] {n} • dollar

dollar {n} • dollar

dolphin (Delphinus delphis) {n} • delphino

dolphin {n} • delphino

domain {n} • dominio

domainal, pertaining to a domain {adj} • dominial

dome, cupola {n} • cupola

dome, cupola {n} • cupola (cù-)

dome (cupola) {n} • domo

dome {n} • cupola

domestic {adj} • domestic

domestic {adj} • familiar

domestic [Masc] • domestico

domestic {n} • domestico (-més-)

domestic {n} [Fem] • domestica

domestic {n} • domestico

domestic (of or belonging to the household, home, family) {adj} • domestic (-més-)

domestic (of or belonging to the household, home, family) {adj} • domestic

domesticate, tame {v} • domesticar

domesticate {v} • domesticar

domestication {n} • domestication

domesticator {n} • domesticator

domesticity {n} • domesticitate

domicile, domiciliate (establish or set up at a given residence) {v} • domiciliar

domicile {n} • domicilio

domiciliary {adj} • domiciliari

dominance {n} • dominantia

dominant (1. controlling, most influential; 2. rising high above its surroundings) {adj} • dominante

dominant {adj} • dominante

dominant [Mus] {n} • dominante

dominate (1. to exercise control over; 2. to rise high above) {v} • dominar

dominate {v} • dominar

domination {n} • domination

dominator {n} • dominator

domineer {n} • tyrannisar

domineering {adj} • imperiose

Dominica [Geog] {n} • Dominica

dominical {adj} • dominical

Dominican (1. Dominican friar; 2. native or citizen of the Dominican Republic) {n} • dominicano

Dominican (1. pertaining to St. Dominic, or to the order of preaching friars founded by him; 2. pertaining to the Dominican republic) {adj} • dominican

Dominican-Republic [Geog] {n} • Republica Dominican

dominion, dominium, ownership (absolute) {n} • dominio

dominion {n} • dominio

dominion (rule control, supreme authority;) {n} • dominio

dominium, ownership, dominion (absolute) {n} • dominio

domino (1. long, loose robe worn at masquerades; 2. [Games] (domino piece) {n} • domino

domino (1. long, loose robe worn at masquerades; 2. [Games] (domino piece) {n} • domino (dò-)

domino {n} • domino

domino (play -es) {v} • jocar al domino

Don Quixote {n} • Don Quixote (kishòte; kihòte)

Don Quixote {n} • Don Quixote

donate, give {v} • donar

donate {v} • donar

donation, donative {n} • donativo

donation {n} • donation

donator, donor {n} • donator

donatory [Law] {n} • donatorio

donjon, dungeon {n} • donjon

donkey, ass {n} • asino(à-)

donkey {n} • asino

donkey driver {n} • asinero

donna, dame {n} • donna

donor (blood -) {n} • donator de sanguine

donor, donator {n} • donator

donor {n} • donator

doom {n} • destino funeste

doom {v} • condemnar

doomsday {n} • die del judicio

do-one's-best {v} • facer le possibile

door (front -) {n} • porta anterior del casa

door, gate {n} • porta

door {n} • ostio

door {n} • porta

doorbell {n} • campanetta

doorkeeper {n} • portero

doorman {n} • portero

doorpost {n} • poste de porta

doorstep {n} • limine

doorway, gateway {n} • porta

doorway {n} • entrata

doorway {n} • porta

do-out {v} • nettar

dope (drug) {n} • narcotico

dope (drug) {v} • narcotisar

dope (person) {n} • imbecille

dope (varnish) {n} • vernisse

dope (varnish) {v} • vernissar

dormant {adj} • latente

dormitory {n} • dormitorio

dormitory (sleeping room) {n} • dormitorio

dormouse {n} • muscardino

doro-, -dor (gift) [occurring in compounds] {n} • doro-

dorsal {adj} • dorsal

dorsal, notal [Zool] {adj} • notal

dosage, dosing {n} • dosage

dosage, dosing {n} • dosage (-aje)

dosage {n} • dosage

dose (give out in doses) {v} • dosar

dose {n} • dose

dose {v} • dosar

dosing, dosage {n} • dosage

dosing, dosage {n} • dosage (-aje)

dossier {n} • dossier

dossier {n} • dossier [F]

dossier {v} • dossier

dot {n} • puncto

dot {v} • punctar al puncto

dotage {n} • senilitate

dotage {n} • secunde infantia

dotal {adj} • dotal

dotation, endowment {n} • dotation

dote-on {v} • amar follemente

double (1. to make double; 2. [Naut] sail round) {v} • duplar

double {adj} • duple

double (at the -) {phr} • al passo de carga

double, make double {v} • duplicar

double (person) {n} • sosia

double (stand-in) {n} • duple

double (two, on the -) {n} • dupletto

double, two-fold {adj} • gemine

double, twofold {adj} • duplice

double, twofold {adj} • duple

double, twofold {adj} • duplice (dù-)

double {vt} • duplar

double bass, contrabass [Mus] {n} • contrabasso

double boiler {n} • banio-maria (-ìa)

double boiler {n} • banio-maria

double fives (a throw of) [Dominoes] {n} • quina

double-bass {n} • contrabasso

double-bed {n} • lecto matrimonial

double-cross {v} • dupar

double-cross {v} • fraudar

double-dealing, duplicity {n} • duplicitate

double-dealing {n} • duplicitate

double-dutch {n} • linguage inintelligibile

double-glazing {n} • vitro duple

doubleness, duplexity {n} • duplicitate

double-room {n} • camera a duo personas

doublet (1. identical piece) {n} • dupletto

doubling (action of) {n} • duplamento

doubt (1. as in in doubt, without doubt; 2. [Rhet] dubitatio) {n} • dubitation

doubt (be in -) {v} • esser in dubita

doubt, be in doubt {v} • dubitar

doubt (beyond -) {prep. phr} • foras de dubita

doubt (cast - on) {v} • poner in dubita

doubt {n} • dubita (dù-)

doubt {n} • dubita

doubt {v} • dubitar

doubter {n} • dubitator

doubtful {adj} • dubitose

doubtful {adj} • questionabile

doubtful, dubious (1. in doubt; 2. causing doubt) {adj} • dubitose

doubtful, questionable {adj} • dubitabile

doubtful, questionable {adj} • questionabile

doubtfully {adv} • dubitosemente

doubtfully {adv} • questionabilemente

doubtfulness {n} • questionabilitate

doubtfulness {n} • dubita

doubtfulness {n} • dubitositate

doubtless {adj/adv} • sin dubita

douche (give a douche) {v} • duchar (-sh-)

douche (give a douche) {v} • duchar

douche (jet of water for therapeutic purposes) {n} • ducha

douche (jet of water for therapeutic purposes) {n} • ducha (-sh-)

douche {n} • ducha

douche {v} • duchar

dough {n} • pasta

doughiness, pastiness {n} • pastositate

doughy, pasty {adj} • pastose

do-up (button) {v} • buttonar

do-up (close) {v} • serrar

do-up (redecorate) {v} • redecorar

do-up (repair) {v} • reparar

douse (extinguish) {v} • extinguer

douse (immerse) {v} • immerger

dove, columbine {adj} • columbin

dove {n} • columba

dove, pigeon {n} • pipion

dovecot, pigeon-house {n} • columbiera

dovetail {n} • cauda de hirundine

dovetail {v} • incastrar a cauda de hirundine

dowdy {adj} • inelegante

dower (give a dowry to) {v} • dotar

do-without {v} • contentar se sin

down (a street) {v} • passar per

down {adv} • a basso

down (as in down on fruit) {n} • pilo

down (downy hairs) {n} • lanugine

down, dune {n} • duna

down (go -) {v} • descender

down, hair {n} • villo

down {n} • lanugine

down [Nav] {v} • ir al fundo

down (of sun) {v} • poner se

downcast {adj} • abattite

downcast, dejected {adj} • abattite (pp of abatter)

downcast, dejected {adj} • abattite

downfall {n} • cadita

downfall {n} • ruina

downhearted {adj} • discoragiate

downhill {adv} • a basso

downhill (go -) {v} • descender

download [Comp] {v} • discargar, bassar, cargar sur disco ab internet, telecargar

download [Comp] {n} • discargamento, cargamento sur disco ab internet, telecargamento

downloadable [Comp] {adj} • discargabile, telecargabile

downplay {v} • subvalutar, minimisar, minuspreciar.

downpour {n} • forte pluvia

downright {adj} • absolute

downright {adv} • toto

downstairs {adj/adv} • a basso

downtown {n} • in le centro del citate

downtrodden {adj/n} • opprimite

downward {adj/adv} • descendente

downwards {adv} • a basso

down-with-the (traitors)! {interj} • a basso (le traitores)!

downy, lanuginous {adj} • lanuginose

dowry {n} • dote

dox-, -dox- (opinion) [occcurring in compounds] {n} • dox-

doxology {n} • doxologia (-ìa)

doxology {n} • doxologia

do-you-know (do you understand? ... yes I -) {phr} • io comprende, comprende vos? ... si

do-you-know (do you understand? ... yes I -) {phr} • comprende vos? ... si, io comprende

do-you-know {phr} • sape vos?

doze {n} • somno curte

doze {v} • facer un somno curte

dozen {n} • dozena

doze-off {v} • addormir se

drab (brownish) {adj} • color de fango

drab (dreary) {adj} • monotone

drachma {n} • drachma

Draco [Gr. Hist] {n} • Dracon

Draconian {adj} • draconian

draft (a contract) {v} • minutar

draft (a document) {v} • rediger

draft (air) {n} • currente de aere

draft, bill [Fin] {n} • tratta

draft (call up) {v} • conscriber

draft (call-up) {n} • conscription

draft, draught (of a chimney) {n} • tirage (-aje)

draft, draught (of a chimney) {n} • tirage

draft (make a draft of) {v} • minutar

draft (of contract) {n} • minuta

draft (of document) {n} • redaction

draft (the draft of a contract) {n} • minuta

draftsman {n} • designator technic

drafty {adj} • exponite a currentes de aere

drafty {adj} • ventose

drag, dray, road sledge {n} • slitta

drag, dray, road sledge {n} • traha

drag, hindrance {n} • remora

drag, hindrance {n} • remora (ré-)

drag (hindrance) {n} • remora

drag, pull, draw {v} • trainar

drag, pull, draw {v} • tirar

drag {vt} • traher

dragging, pulling, drawing (act of) {n} • tiramento

dragon (1. [Mythol]) {n} • dracon

dragon {n} • dracon

drag-on {v} • prolongar

drag-on {v} • prolongar (se)

dragonfly {n} • libellula

drain (cause to flow from) {v} • escolar

drain (cause to flow off slowly) {v} • escolar

drain (channel or pipe for carrying away water or other liquid) {n} • aquiero

drain, dry {v} • disaquar

drain (exhaust) {v} • exhaurir

drain {n} • aquiero

drain (remove water) {v} • disaquar

drain {vi} • escolar se

drainage {n} • disaquamento

drainage {n} • escolamento

drainage (process of draining, gradual flowing off) {n} • escolamento

draining {n} • disaquamento

draining-board {n} • escolatorio

drainpipe {n} • tubo de disaquamento

drake {n} • anate mascule

dram [Weights] {n} • drachma

drama {n} • drama [-ma/-mat-]

drama {n} • drama

dramatic {adj} • dramatic

dramatist {n} • dramaturgo

dramatist, playwright {n} • dramaturgo

dramatize {v} • dramatisar

dramaturgy {n} • dramaturgia

dramaturgy {n} • dramaturgia (-ìa)

drape, hang with a drapery {v} • drappar

drape {n} • cortina

drape {vt} • drappar

draper (dealer in cloth) {n} • drappero

draper {n} • drappero

drapery (1. business of selling cloth; 2. clothing or hangings arranged in graceful folds) {n} • drapperia (-ìa)

drapery (1. business of selling cloth; 2. clothing or hangings arranged in graceful folds) {n} • drapperia

drastic {adj} • drastic

draught, draft (of a chimney) {n} • tirage (-aje)

draught, draft (of a chimney) {n} • tirage

draught {n} • bibita

draught (-s) {n} • joco de damas

draughty {adj} • exponite a currentes de aere

draughty {adj} • ventose

draw, drag, pull {v} • trainar

draw, drag, pull {v} • tirar

draw, draw out (water) {v} • haurir [haur-/haust-]

draw, draw out (water) {v} • haurir

draw (lots) {n} • tiramento al sorte

draw (lottery) {n} • lotteria

draw (make, pull) {v} • tirar

draw, pull {v} • traher [trah-/tract-]

draw, pull {v} • traher

draw (pull) {n} • attraction

draw (pulling) {n} • tiramento

draw, sketch {v} • designar

draw (sketch) {vt} • designar

draw (sport) {n} • partita nulle

draw, unsheathe (a sword) {v} • disvainar

draw (water) {v} • haurir

draw backwards {v} • arretrar

draw out, draw (water) {v} • haurir

draw out, draw (water) {v} • haurir [haur-/haust-]

draw out, stretch {v} • tirar

draw up (a document, speech) {v} • rediger

draw up (a document, speech) {v} • rediger [-ig-/-act-]

draw-back {n} • disavantage

draw-back {n} • inconveniente

draw-back {v} • arretrar

draw-back {v} • arretrar (se)

drawbridge {n} • ponte levatori

drawer (chest of -s) {n} • commoda

drawer (furniture) {n} • tiratorio

drawer (one who or that which draws) {n} • tirator

drawer (person) {n} • designator

drawer, sketcher {n} • designator

drawer (sliding box in a chest, desk) {n} • tiratorio

drawing (1. art of drawing or sketching; 2. as in a drawing hanging on the wall) {n} • designo

drawing, dragging, pulling (act of) {n} • tiramento

drawing, pulling (action of) {n} • tracto

drawing (pulling) {n} • tirada

drawing (sketch) {n} • designo

drawing back, recoiling (act of) {n} • reculamento

drawing out, stretching (act of) {n} • tiramento

drawing-back (retreat) {n} • reculamento

drawing-board {n} • tabula de designo

drawing-pin {n} • cimice

drawing-room {n} • salon

drawl {n} • pronunciation lente e pesante

drawl {vi} • pronunciar lente e pesantemente

draw-lots {v} • tirar al sorte

draw-near {v} • approchar

draw-near {v} • approchar (se)

draw-out {v} • tirar

draw-up (documents) {v} • rediger

draw-up (near) {v} • approchar

draw-up (near) {v} • approchar (se)

dray, road sledge, drag {n} • traha

dray, road sledge, drag {n} • slitta

dread {n} • grande timor

dread {n} • apprehension

dread {v} • apprehender

dread {v} • timer

dreadful {adj} • terribile

dreadful {adj} • espaventabile

dreadnought {n} • dreadnought

dreadnought {n} • dreadnought [A]

dream {n} • somno

dream {n} • sonio

dream {v} • soniar

dream {vi} • soniar

dreamer {n} • soniator

dreamer, Utopian (one who indulges in fanciful ideas, plans) {n} • chimerista

dreamy {adj} • somnolente

dreary {adj} • lugubre

dredge (1. dredger; 2. dragnet) [Technol] {n} • draga

dredge {n} • draga

dredge [Technol] {v} • dragar

dredge {v} • dragar

dredger {n} • draga

dregs {n} • fece

dregs {n} • sedimento

drench {v} • saturar

dress (a person again) {v} • revestir

dress (a person) {v} • vestir

dress (attire) {n} • vestimento

dress (attire) {n} • habito

dress (clothe) {vt} • vestir

dress (frock) {n} • roba

dress {vi} • vestir se

dress (wound) {v} • curar

dress in purple {v} • purpurar

dress skin like morocco {v} • marocchinar

dress-circle {n} • prime balcon

dressed {adj} • vestite

dresser, dressing table {n} • toilette

dresser, dressing table {n} • toilette [F]

dresser (dressing table) {n} • toilette

dresser (sideboard) {n} • buffet de cocina

dressing (a person again) (act of) {n} • revestimento

dressing, bandage {n} • bandage (-aje)

dressing, bandage {n} • bandage

dressing (bandage) {n} • bandage

dressing (grooming) {n} • toilette

dressing gown, peignoir {n} • peignoir

dressing gown, peignoir {n} • peignoir [F]

dressing morocco (action or process of) {n} • marocchineria (-erìa)

dressing morocco (action or process of) {n} • marocchineria

dressing room {n} • toilette

dressing room {n} • toilette [F]

dressing table, dresser {n} • toilette

dressing table, dresser {n} • toilette [F]

dressing-down {n} • reprimenda

dressing-gown {n} • peignoir

dressing-table {adj} • toilette

dress-maker {n} • sartor

dressmaker, tailor {n} • sartor

dress-up {v} • adornar

dress-up {v} • adornar (se)

dress-up {vi} • vestir se

dribble (drip) {vi} • guttar

dribble (of babies) {v} • salivar

dribble (sport) {vt} • dribblar

drier {n} • siccator

drift (float) {v} • flottar al deriva

drift (movement) {n} • deriva

drift (of snow) {vi} • cumular se

drift (purport) {n} • tenor

drift, sail, move, float {v} • vogar

drifting {adj} • voga

drifting, sailing, moving, floating (act of) {n} • voga

driftwood {n} • ligno flottante

drill, bore [Mining] {v} • sondar

drill, bore {v} • forar

drill, borer [Mining] {n} • sonda

drill (hole) {v} • forar

drill (instrument for boring) {n} • forator

drill (mil) {n} • exercitio

drill [Mil] {n} • exercitio

drill (mil) {v} • exercitiar

drill (mil) {v} • exercitar

drill (mining) {n} • sonda

drill (mining) {v} • sondar

drill (tool) {n} • forator

drill, train, exercise {v} • exercitar

drill, training, exercise {n} • exercitation

driller, borer [Mining] {n} • sondator

driller, borer (one who drills) {n} • forator

drilling, boring [Mining] {n} • sondage

drilling, boring [Mining] {n} • sondage (-aje)

drill-through {v} • perforar

drink (1. draught, glassful of a given beverage; 2. beverage) {n} • bibita

drink (1. draught, glassful of a given beverage; 2. beverage) {n} • bibita (bìb-)

drink, beverage {n} • biberage

drink, beverage {n} • biberage (-aje)

drink, beverage {n} • bibitura

drink, drinking {n} • biber

drink {n} • biberage

drink {n} • bibita

drink {v} • biber

drink {v} • potar

drinkable {adj} • bibibile

drinkable {adj} • potabile

drinker, drunkard {n} • bibitor

drinker {n} • bibitor

drinking (- water) {n} • aqua potabile

drinking, drink {n} • biber

drinking {n} • biber

drip (as in the tap is dripping) {v} • guttar

drip {n} • gutta

drip {v} • stillar

drip {vi} • guttar

drip {vi} • stillar

drip-dry {phr} • que se sicca rapidemente e non se repassa

drip-dry {v} • ex-guttar

dripping (cooking -s) {n} • grassia de rostito

dripping {n} • stillation

dripping (of water) {v} • guttar

dripping dew {adj} • roriflue

drive (a car) {v} • guidar

drive (a carriage, coach) {v} • cochiar (-sh-)

drive (a carriage, coach) {v} • cochiar

drive (energy) {n} • energia

drive (excursion) {n} • excursion

drive (force) {v} • coercer

drive (golf) {n} • colpo

drive (golf) {v} • tirar le colpo

drive (horses, a car) {v} • guidar

drive (propel) {v} • propeller

drive (propulsion) {n} • propulsion

drive (push) {v} • pulsar

drive (roadway) {n} • avenue

drive (transmission) {n} • transmission

drive in, thrust in {v} • figer

drive in, thrust in {v} • figer [fig-/fix-]

drive in, wedge in {v} • cunear

drive mad, madden {v} • affollar

drive to despair {v} • desperar

drive-away {vi} • partir

drive-away {vt} • chassar

drive-back {vi} • retornar

drive-back {vt} • repeller

drive-in (a nail) {v} • figer

drive-in (enter) {v} • entrar in

drivel {n} • nonsenso

drive-mad {v} • affollar

drive-off (go for a -) {v} • facer un viage

drive-off {vi} • partir

drive-off {vt} • chassar

driver, coachman {n} • cochiero (-sh-)

driver, coachman {n} • cochiero

driver (of bus) {n} • guidator

driver (of car) {n} • automobilista

driver (of car) {n} • chaurfeur

driver (of train) {n} • machinista

driver's-licence {n} • patente de guidar

driver's-licence {n} • permisso de guidar

driving-licence {n} • patente de guidar

driving-licence {n} • permisso de guidar

driving-school {n} • schola de guidar

driving-test {n} • examine pro patente de guidar

drizzle {n} • pluvia fin

drizzle {v} • pluver finmente

droll, comical {adj} • burlesc

-drome (1. running; 2. racecourse) [occurring in compounds] {n} • -dromo

dromedary {n} • dromedario

drone (bee) {n} • ape mascule

drone (sound) {n} • susurro

drone {v} • susurrar

drone buzz, to hum (make a low, continuous sound) {v} • susurrar

droop {n} • inclination

droop, sink {v} • clinar

droop, slide down, fall {v} • laber [lab-/laps-]

droop, slide down, fall {v} • laber

droop {v} • clinar

drop (1. as in a drop of rain; 2. [Arch] (gutta) {n} • gutta

drop (drip) {n} • gutta

drop (fall) {n} • cadita

drop (let go) {v} • lassar cader

drop (lower) {vt} • abassar

drop {n} • stilla

drop {vi} • cader

dropper {n} • contaguttas

dropsy {n} • hydropisia (-ìa)

dropsy {n} • hydropisia

drought, drouth {n} • siccitate

drought {n} • siccitate

drouth, drought {n} • siccitate

drove, flock, herd {n} • grege

drown (deprive of life by immersion) {v} • necar

drown (in water) {v} • necar

drown (in water) {v} • necar (se)

drown (with noise) {v} • coperir

drown (with noise) {v} • suffocar

drowning (act of) {n} • necamento

drowning {n} • necamento

drowse {v} • dormir

drowsiness {n} • somnolentia

drowsy {adj} • somnolente

drudge (person) {n} • quasi-sclavo

drudge {v} • travaliar (ingrate e penosemente)

drudge {v} • travaliar

drudgery {n} • travalio penose

drudgery {n} • servitude

drug (administer a drug or drugs to) {v} • drogar

drug {n} • droga

drug {n} • pharmaco

drug, remedy, medicine {n} • pharmaco

drug, remedy, medicine {n} • pharmaco (fàr-)

drug {v} • drogar

drug {v} • narcotisar

drug-addict {n} • narcomano

druggist {n} • drogista

druggist {n} • pharmacista

drug-store {n} • drogeria

drugstore {n} • drogeria

drugstore {n} • drogeria (-ìa)

drug-store (pharmacy) {n} • pharmacia

druid {n} • druida

druid {n} • druida (drù-)

druidess {n} • druidessa

druidic, druidical {adj} • druidic (-ìd-)

druidic, druidical {adj} • druidic

druidism {n} • druidismo

drum (1. [Mus]; 2. eardrum; 3. [special: Arch/Technol]) {n} • tambur

drum, drumlike {adj} • tympanic

drum [Mus] {n} • tympano

drum [Mus] {n} • tympano (tìm-)

drum {n} • tambur

drum {vi} • batter le tambur

drum-into {v} • facer comprender

drum-into {v} • figer le capite

drummer {n} • pulsator de tambur

drummer {n} • tympanista

drummer {n} • tamburero

drummer {n} • tambur

drum-stick {n} • bacchetta de tambur

drunk {adj} • ebrie

drunk, drunken {adj} • ebrie

drunk (get -) {v} • inebriar se

drunk, in one's cups {adj} • avinate

drunk {n} • inebriato

drunkard, drinker {n} • bibitor

drunkard {n} • inebriato

drunken {adj} • ebrie

drunkenness, ebriety {n} • ebrietate

drunkenness {n} • ebrietate

dry (1. to make dry; 2. to become dry) {v} • siccar

dry {adj} • sic

dry, drain {v} • disaquar

dry (drain) {v} • disaquar

dry (remove wetness) {vt} • siccar

dry {vi} • siccar

dry, wipe, mop up {v} • essugar

dry (with cloth) {v} • essugar

dry up, desiccate {v} • desiccar

dry up, exsiccate (make quite dry) {v} • exsiccar

dry-clean {v} • nettar a sic

dry-cleaning {n} • lavage chimic

dry-dock {n} • bassino de reparation sic

dryer (clothes) {n} • siccator

dryer {n} • siccator

dry-humor, dry-humour {n} • humor mordente

drying {adj} • siccante

drying {adj} • siccante (ppr of siccar)

drying-place, drying-room, drying-loft {n} • siccatorio

dry-land {n} • terra firme

dryness {n} • siccitate

dryness {n} • ariditate

dry-rot {n} • putrefaction sic

dry-up {v} • desiccar

dry-up {v} • desiccar (se)

dry-wine {n} • vino sic

dual {adj} • dual

dual-carriageway {n} • strata de sensos separate

dualism {n} • dualismo

dualist {n} • dualista

dualistic {adj} • dualistic

duality {n} • dualitate

dually {adv} • dualmente

dubiety {n} • dubitate

dubious {adj/n} • dubitose

dubious, doubtful (1. in doubt; 2. causing doubt) {adj} • dubitose

dubiously {adv} • dubitosemente

dubitative {adj} • dubitative

ducal {adj} • ducal

ducat (coin) {n} • ducato

ducat {n} • ducato

ducatoon {n} • ducaton

duchess {n} • duchessa

duck {n} • anate

duck {v} • clinar se

duck [Zool] {n} • anate

duck [Zool] {n} • anate (à-)

duckbill, platypus, Ornithorhyncus [Zool] {n} • ornithorhynco

duckling {n} • anate juvene

duct [Anat] {n} • ducto

duct, emissary, outlet {n} • emissario

duct {n} • conducto

ductile {adj} • ductile

ductility {n} • ductilitate

due (- to) {phr} • debite a

due {adj} • debite

due {n} • debito

due, owing {adj} • debite (dé-) (pp of deber)

due, owing {adj} • debite

due (that which is due legally or morally) {n} • debito

due (that which is due legally or morally) {n} • debito (dé-)

duel {n} • duello

duel {v} • duellar

duelist {n} • duellista

dues (be -) {v} • competer

dues (membership fee) {n} • quota

dues {n} • quota

duet {n} • duetto

duet {n} • duo

due-to {prep. phr} • a causa de

duettist {n} • duettista

duke {n} • duce

dukedom (1. duchy; 2. title or rank of a duke) {n} • ducato

dukedom {n} • ducato

dul- (slave) [occurring in derivatives and compounds] {n} • dulo-

dulcification {n} • dulcification

dulcification (sweetening) {n} • dulcification

dulcify (sweeten) {v} • dulcificar

dulcify {v} • dulcificar

dull (boring) {adj} • stupide

dull (boring) {adj} • enoiose

dull, mat {adj} • mat

dull, mat (metals) {v} • matar

dull, muffled, surd {adj} • surde

dull (not glossy) {adj} • mat

dull, obtund, blunt {v} • obtunder

dull, obtund, blunt {v} • obtunder [-tund-/-tus-]

dull (of noise) {adj} • surde

dull (of weather) {adj} • obnubilate

dull (sad) {adj} • triste

dull (slow) {adj} • obtuse

dull {v} • obtunder

dullard (stupid person) {n} • stupide

dullness {n} • stupiditate

dulse {n} • alga edibile

dulse {n} • alga edibile (dulleasq)

duly {adv} • propriemente, debitemente

duly {adv} • debitemente, propriemente

duly, properly {adv} • debitemente

duma {n} • duma [R]

duma {n} • duma

dumb, silent, mute {adj} • mute

dumb (stupid) {n} • imbecille

dumb (unhearing) {adj} • mute

dumb show, pantomime {n} • pantomima

dumb-bell {n} • peso de mano

dumbfounded {adj} • stupefacte

dumbness, mutism, muteness {n} • mutismo

dumdum (bullet) {n} • dumdum

dumdum (bullet) {n} • dumdum [A]

dummy {adj} • ficte

dummy (cards) {n} • morto

dummy (effigy) {n} • effigie

dummy (image) {n} • simulacro

dummy (soother) {n} • tetta sur anello

dummy (tailor's) {n} • mannequin

dump, dumping place {n} • discargatorio

dump {n} • discargatorio

dump {v} • discargar

dumping [Commer] {n} • dumping [A]

dumping [Commer] {n} • dumping

dumping {n} • discarga

dumping place, dump {n} • discargatorio

dumpling {n} • bolletta

dumpy {adj} • parve e corpulente

dun {adj} • brun

dun {v} • importunar

dunce {n} • scholar ignorante

dunce {n} • asino

dune, down {n} • duna

dune {n} • duna

dung, manure {n} • stercore

dung, manure {v} • stercorar

dung {n} • stercore

dung {v} • stercorar

dung-beetle {n} • scarabeo del stercore

dungeon, donjon {n} • donjon

dungeon {n} • prision subterranee

dung-heap {n} • stercorario

dung-hill {n} • stercorario

dunghill {n} • stercorario

dungy {adj} • merdose

dungy {adj} • stercorate

dungy {adj} • stercorose

Dunkirk {n} • Dunkirken (dùn-)

Dunkirk {n} • Dunkerque [F]

Dunkirk {n} • Dunkirken

Dunkirk {n} • Dunkerque

duodecimal {adj} • duodecimal

duodenal {adj} • duodenal

duodenitis {n} • duodenitis

duodenitis {n} • duodenitis (-ìtis)

duodenum [Anat] {n} • duodeno

dupe {n} • dupe

dupe {v} • dupar

duper {n} • dupator

duplexity, doubleness {n} • duplicitate

duplicate {adj} • duplicate

duplicate (copy) {v} • reproducer

duplicate (double) {vt} • duplicar

duplicate {n} • duplicato

duplicate (with a duplicator) {v} • mimeographar

duplication {n} • duplication

duplicative {adj} • duplicative

duplicator {n} • duplicator

duplicator {n} • mimeographo

duplicature {n} • duplicatura

duplicity, double-dealing {n} • duplicitate

duplicity {n} • duplicitate

durability {n} • durabilitate

durable {adj} • durabile

durable, lasting {adj} • durabile

duration (1. continuance in time; 2. period of time during which a thing lasts) {n} • duration

duration {n} • duration

duress {n} • duressa

during {prep} • durante

durum-wheat {n} • farina-dur

dusk, crepuscule, twilight {n} • crepusculo

dusk {n} • crepusculo

dusky {adj} • tenebrose

dust (clean) {v} • dispulverar

dust (free from powder, dust) {v} • dispulverar

dust {n} • pulvere

dust, powder (sprinkle with powder or dust) {v} • pulverar

dust (sprinkle) {v} • pulverar

dust-bin {n} • receptaculo de immunditias

dust-bowl {n} • region ubi le terra es sufflate pro le vento

dust-cart {n} • carro de immunditias

duster {n} • plumero

duster {n} • pannello (pro dispulverar)

duster {n} • pannello

dustman {n} • levator de immunditias

dust-pan {n} • pala de mano

dusty {adj} • pulverose

dusty {adj} • pulverulente

dusty, powdery, pulverulent {adj} • pulverulente

dutch {adj/n} • hollandese

dutch {adj/n} • nederlandese

Dutch (Language) {adj} • hollandese

Dutch (of Holland, of the Netherlands) {adj} • hollandese

dutchman {n} • hollandese

dutchman {n} • nederlandese

dutiable {adj} • taxabile

duty, custom, fee {n} • derecto

duty (customs) {n} • doana

duty, impost, tax {n} • imposto

duty (obligation) {n} • deber

duty (off -) {adj/adv} • libere

duty (on -) {adj/adv} • de servicio

duty (service) {n} • guarda

duty (service) {n} • servicio

duty (tax) {n} • imposto

duty (tax) {n} • derecto

duty-free {adj} • exempte de doana

duumvir [Rom. Antiq] {n} • duumviro (-ùm-)

duumvir [Rom. Antiq] {n} • duumviro

duumviral {adj} • duumviral

duumvirate {n} • duumvirato

dwarf (1. midget; 2. [Mythol]) {n} • nano

dwarf [Fem] • nana

dwarf {n} • [Masc]

dwarf {v} • render minuscule per contrasto

dwarf (woman) {n} • nana

dwell, reside {v} • resider

dwell {v} • habitar

dwell or live together {v} • cohabitar

dwelling {n} • habitation

dwelling place {n} • habitation

dwell-on {v} • insister super

dwell-together {v} • cohabitar

dwindle {v} • diminuer

dye, coloring matter {n} • tinctura

dye (give a new color to) {v} • tinger [ting-/tinct-]

dye (give a new color to) {v} • tinger

dye, hue, tint {n} • tincto

dye {n} • tinctura

dye {vt} • tinger

dyeing (action of) {n} • tinctura

dyeing {n} • tinctura

dyer {n} • tinctor

dyer {n} • tincturero

dyer's shop {n} • tinctureria

dyer's shop {n} • tinctureria (-ìa)

dying {adj} • moriente

dying {adj} • moriente (ppr of morir)

dying {adj} • moribunde

dying, moribund {adj} • moribunde

dyke {n} • dica

dynamic {adj} • dynamic

dynamic, dynamical {adj} • dynamic

dynamics [Phys] {n} • dynamica

dynamics (science) {n} • dynamica

dynamism [Philos] {n} • dynamismo

dynamist {n} • dynamista

dynamite, dynamitic {adj} • dynamitic

dynamite {n} • dynamite

dynamite {v} • dynamitar

dynamiter {n} • dynamitero

dynamo [Elec] {n} • dynamo (dì-)

dynamo [Elec] {n} • dynamo

dynamo {n} • dynamo

dynamoelectric {adj} • dynamoelectric

dynamometer {n} • dynamometro

dynamometer {n} • dynamometro (-mò-)

dynast {n} • dynasta

dynastic {adj} • dynastic

dynasty {n} • dynastia

dynasty {n} • dynastia (-ìa)

dyne [Phys] {n} • dyna

dysenteric {adj} • dysenteric

dysentery {n} • dysenteria

dysentery [Pathol] {n} • dysenteria

dysentery [Pathol] {n} • dysenteria (-ìa)

dyspepsia {n} • dyspepsia

dyspepsia [Pathol] {n} • dyspepsia (-ìa)

dyspepsia [Pathol] {n} • dyspepsia

dyspeptic {adj} • dyspeptic

dyspeptic {n} • dyspeptico

dysphasia [Med] {n} • dysphasia (-ìa)

dysphasia [Med] {n} • dysphasia