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I (io) pron • jo

I (io) pron pers • ego

I (io) pron pers • yo:

I (io) pron pers • yo: yo]

I (letter -) n • littera i

I pron • yo

I pron • io

I pron • ego

I pron pers • io

iamb [Pros] n • iambo

iambic [Pros] adj • iambic

iambic (verse composed of iambic feet) n • iambico

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

Iberia n • Iberia

Iberian, Iberic adj • iber

Iberian n • ibero

Iberic, Iberian adj • iberic

ibidem adv • ibidem (-bì-)

ibidem adv • ibidem

Icarian adj • icarie

Icarus [Gr. Mythol] n • Icaro (ì-)

Icarus [Gr. Mythol] n • Icaro

ice (cake) v • glaciar

ice (food) n • gelato

ice (frozen water) n • glacie

ice, glaciate, freeze v • glaciar

ice (ice cream, sherbet) n • gelato

ice n • glacie

ice v • gelar

ice-age n • Etate Glacial

ice-ax (-axe) n • hacha pro glacie

iceberg n • iceberg

iceberg n • iceberg A]

iceberg-lettuce n • lettuca (iceberg)

iceberg-lettuce n • lettuca

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

iceboat n • barca pro glacie

icebound adj • ligate per le glacie

icebox, icehouse n • glaciera

ice-box n • cassa pro glacie

ice-breaker n • fracturator de glacie

icebreaker n • rumpeglacie

ice-bucket n • situla de glacie

ice-cream n • gelato

ice-cream-cone n • cono de gelato

ice-cream-cone n • cornetto

ice-cube n • cubetto de glacie

ice-hockey n • hockey super glacie

icehouse, icebox n • glaciera

Ice-land [Geog] n • Island

Iceland n • Islanda

icelander n • islandese

Icelandic adj • islandic

icelandic adj • islandese

icelandic adj • islandic

Icelandic (language) adj • islandese

icelandic n • islandese

Icelandic islandese adj • islandese

ice-rink n • pista de patinage

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

ichthyic [Zool] adj • ichthyic

ichthyocol, fish-glue n • ichthyocolla

ichthyol [Pharm] n • ichthyol

ichthyolite [Paleontol] n • ichthyolitho (ò)

ichthyolite [Paleontol] n • ichthyolitho

ichthyological adj • ichthyologic

ichthyologist n • ichthyologo (-òlogo)

ichthyologist n • ichthyologista

ichthyologist n • ichthyologo

ichthyology n • ichthyologia (-ìa)

ichthyology n • ichthyologia

ichthyophagist n • ichthyophago

ichthyophagist n • ichthyophago (-òfago)

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

ichthyophagous, fish-eating adj • ichthyophage

ichthyophagy n • ichthyophagia

ichthyophagy n • ichthyophagia (-ìa)

ichthyosaur, ichthyosaurus [Paleontol] n • ichthyosauro

icicle n • stalactite de glacie

icing n • glacie de sucro

icon n • icone

iconic adj • iconic

iconoclast n • iconoclasta

iconoclastic adj • iconoclastic

iconographer n • iconographo (-nò-)

iconographer n • iconographo

iconographic adj • iconographic

iconography n • iconographia

iconography n • iconographia (-ìa)

iconolater n • iconolatra

iconolater n • iconolatra (-nò-)

iconologist n • iconologo

iconologist n • iconologo (-nò-)

iconology n • iconologia (-ìa)

iconology n • iconologia

iconostasis n • iconostase

iconostasis n • iconostase (-nò-)

icy adj • gelate

icy adj • glacial

idea n • idea (-éa)

idea n • idea

idea (thought, concept) n • idea

ideal adj • ideal

ideal n • ideal

ideal (perfect model) n • ideal

ideal (preferred) adj • ideal

idealism n • idealismo

idealist, idealistic adj • idealista

idealist n • idealista

idealistic adj • idealista

idealistic, idealist adj • idealista

ideality n • idealitate

idealization n • idealisation

idealize v • idealisar

idealizer n • idealisator

ideally adv • idealmente

ideate, conceive v • idear

ideation n • ideation

idem pron • idem (ì-)

idem pron • idem

identical adj • identic

identically adv • identicamente

identical-twins n • geminos monozygotic

identifiable adj • identificabile

identification n • identification

identification (submission of credentials) n • legitimation

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

identify v • identificar

identity n • identitate

identity-card n • carta de identitate

ideogram n • ideogramma

ideographic adj • ideographic

ideography n • ideographia (-ìa)

ideography n • ideographia

ideologic, ideological adj • ideologic

ideological, ideologic adj • ideologic

ideologist n • ideologo

ideologist n • ideologo (-òlogo)

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

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

ideology n • ideologia

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

idiocy n • idiotismo

idiocy n • idiotia (-ìa)

idiocy n • idiotia

idiom, idiomatic expression n • idiotismo

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

idiom (language peculiar to a people, region) n • idioma -ma/-mat-]

idiom n • idioma

Idiom Neutral [Interling] n • idiom neutral

Idiom Neutral [Interling] n • idiom neutral N]

idiomatic adj • idiomatic

idiomatic expression, idiom n • idiotismo

idiosyncrasy n • idiosyncrasia

idiosyncrasy n • idiosyncrasia (-ìa)

idiosyncratic adj • idiosyncrasic

idiot n • idiota

idiotic adj • idiotic

Idist [Interling] n • idista

idle (lazy) adj • pigre

idle (not working) adj • disoccupate

idle, otiose (1. not occupied; 2. useless futile) adj • otiose

idle (shiftless) adj • otiose

idle, unoccupied adj • disoccupate

idle (useless) adj • van

idle (useless) adj • inutile

idle v • otiar

idleness (lack of work) n • disoccupation

idleness (laziness) n • pigritia

idleness (laziness) n • otiositate

idleness n • disoccupation

idleness (state of being idle or unoccupied) n • otiositate

idler n • pigro

idly adv • disoccupatemente

idly adv • otiosemente

idly adv • pigremente

idly (aimlessly) adv • sin proposito

Ido [Interling] n • ido Ido]

Ido [Interling] n • ido

Ido n • IAL]

idol n • idolo

idol n • idolo (ì-)

idolater n • idolatra

idolater n • idolatra (-dò-)

idolatrous, idolatric adj • idolatric

idolatry n • idolatria (-ìa)

idolatry n • idolatria

idolize (make an idol of) v • idolisar

idolize (make an idol of) v • idolatrar

idolize v • idolisar

idyll n • idyllio

idyllic adj • idyllic

if conj • si

if anything conj • si solmente

if-not conj • si non

if-then phr • si - alora

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

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

ignite v • ignir

ignite v • inflammar, accender

ignite v • accender, inflammar

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

ignition, combustion (state of) n • ignition

ignition n • ignition

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

ignivomous, vomiting fire adj • ignivome

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

ignoblenes n • ignobilitate

ignominious adj • ignominiose

ignominy n • ignominia

ignorable adj • ignorabile

ignoramus n • ignorante

ignorance (lack of knowledge, information) n • inscientia

ignorance n • ignorantia

ignorance, stupidity, foolishness n • nescietate

ignorant adj • ignorante

ignorant (knowing nothing) adj • ignorante

ignorant, stupid adj • nescie

ignorantism n • ignorantismo

ignore v • finger non vider

ignore v • ignorar

ignore v • non prestar attention a

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

ill adj • malade

ill adj • mal

ill adj • male

ill n • malo

ill n • mal

ill, sick adj • malade

ill tempered adj • de mal humor

ill-behaved adj • mal comportate

ill-bred adj • mal educate

illegal adj • illegal

illegal confinement or restraint n • sequestration

illegality n • illegalitate

illegally adv • illegalmente

illegibility n • illegibilitate

illegible adj • illegibile

illegitimacy n • illegitimitate

illegitimate adj • illegitime

illegitimate adj • illegitime (-gì-)

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

illiberality n • illiberalitate

illicit adj • illicite (-lì-)

illicit adj • illicite

illimitable adj • illimitabile

illiteracy n • analphabetismo

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

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

illiterate adj • illitterate

illiterate adj • analphabetic

illiterate adj • analphabete

illiterate n • analphabeto

illness adv • mal

illness, discase n • morbo

illness n • maladia

illness, sickness n • maladia(-ìa)

illogical adj • illogic

illogically adv • illogicamente

ill-sounding adj • malsonante

ill-treat v • maltractar

ill-treatment n • maltracto

illuminable adj • illuminabile

illuminate, enlightened adj • illuminate

illuminate, enlightened adj • illuminate (pp of illuminar)

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

illuminate, illustrate (with scenes from history or legend) v • historiar

illuminate v • illuminar

illuminating, illuminant adj • illuminante

illuminating, illuminative adj • illuminative

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

illumination n • illumination

illuminato (one of the illuminati) n • illuminato

illuminator n • illuminator

illuminism n • illuminismo

illuminist n • illuminista

illusion, conjuring trick n • prestigio

illusion n • illusion

illusionism n • illusionismo

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

illusive, illusory adj • illusori

illusory, illusive adj • illusori

illusory, prestigious adj • prestigiose

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

illustrate, illuminate (with scenes from history or legend) v • historiar

illustrate, make illustrious v • illustrar

illustrate v • illustrar

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

illustration n • illustration

illustration (state of being illustrious) n • illustration

illustrative adj • illustrative

illustrator n • illustrator

illustrious adj • illustre

illustrious, distinguished adj • insigne

ill-will n • malevolentia

Illyria n • Illyria

Illyrian, Illyric adj • illyrie

Illyrian n • illyrio

Illyric, Illyrian adj • illyric

image n • imagine

imagery n • lingua figurate

imagery n • metaphoras

imaginable adj • imaginabile

imaginary adj • imaginari

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

imagination n • imagination

imaginative adj • imaginative

imagine (picture) v • imaginar

imagine, suppose, think v • putar

imagine (suppose) v • supponer

imagine v • imaginar

imbalance n • disequilibrio

imbecile adj • imbecille

imbecile adj/n • imbecille

imbecile n • imbecille

imbecility n • imbecillitate

imbibe, absorb v • imbiber

imbroglio (intricate and complicated situation) n • imbroglio I]

imbroglio (intricate and complicated situation) n • imbroglio

imbue, inspire v • imbiber

imbue v • imbuer

imburse, take in v • imbursar

imitable adj • imitabile

imitate v • imitar

imitation adj • artificial

imitation adj • de imitation

imitation (as in imitation lace) adj • imitate

imitation (as in imitation lace) adj • imitate (pp of imitar)

imitation n • imitation

imitation gold, similor n • similauro

imitative adj • imitative

imitative, mimetic, mimic adj • mimetic

imitator, mimic n • mimologo

imitator, mimic n • mimologo (-mò-)

imitator n • imitator

immaculate adj • immaculate

immanence n • immanentia

immanent adj • immanente

immaterial adj • immaterial

immaterial (not material) adj • immaterial

immateriality n • immaterialitate

immature adj • immatur

immeasurability, immensurability n • immesurabilitate

immeasurability, immensurability n • immensurabilitate

immeasurable, immensurable adj • immesurabile

immeasurable, immensurable adj • immensurabile

immediate adj • immediate

immediately adv • immediatemente

immediately conj • al instante quando

immediately after, just after, forthwith adv • subinde

immedicable adj • immedicabile

immemorial adj • immemorial

immemorial adj • immemorabile

immense adj • immense

immensely adv • immensemente

immensely adv • enormemente

immensely adv • multissimo

immensity n • immensitate

immensurability, immeasurability n • immensurabilitate

immensurability, immeasurability n • immesurabilitate

immensurable, immeasurable adj • immensurabile

immensurable, immeasurable adj • immesurabile

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

immerge, immerse (dip, plunge) v • immerger

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

immerse, immerge (dip, plunge) v • immerger

immerse v • immerger

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

immersion n • immersion

immigrant adj/n • immigrante

immigrant n • immigrato

immigrant n • immigrante

immigrate v • immigrar

immigration (act of immigrating) n • immigration

immigration n • immigration

imminence n • imminentia

imminent adj • imminente

imminent adj • inminente

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

immix, commingle, mix up v • immiscer

immixture n • immixtion

immobile adj • immobile

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

immobility n • immobilitate

immobilization n • immobilisation

immobilize v • immobilisar

immoderate adj • immoderate

immoderateness n • immoderatessa

immoderation n • immoderation

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

immodest, improper adj • dishoneste

immodest, lewd adj • impudic

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

immolate v • immolar

immolation n • immolation

immolator n • immolator

immoral adj • immoral

immoralism n • immoralismo

immoralist n • immoralista

immorality n • immoralitate

immorally adv • immoralmente

immortal adj • immortal

immortality n • immortalitate

immortalize v • immortalisar

immortification n • immortification

immovable adj • immobile, fixe

immovable adj • fixe, immobile

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

immune adj • immun

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

immunization n • immunisation

immunize v • immunisar

immutability n • immutabilitate

immutable adj • immutabile

imp n • diaboletto

impact n • impacto

impact n • Fig]

impact n • choc

impaction n • impaction

impair (cause to deteriorate) v • deteriorar

impair v • debilitar

impair v • deteriorar

impale (pierce with a pointed stake) v • impalar

impalement n • impalamento

impalpability n • impalpabilitate

impalpable adj • impalpabile

impanation [Eccl] n • impanation

impane [Eccl] v • impanar

imparisyllabic adj • imparisyllabe

imparisyllabic adj • imparisyllabe (-sì-)

imparisyllabic n • imparisyllabo (-sì-)

imparisyllabic n • imparisyllabo

imparity, inequality n • imparitate

impart, bestow v • impartir

impart, communicate (direction, motion) v • imprimer

impart, communicate (direction, motion) v • imprimer -prim-/-press-]

impart v • communicar

impart v • impartir

imparter n • impartitor

impartial adj • impartial

impartiality n • impartialitate

impartially adv • impartialmente

impassable adj • impassibile

impassable, impervious adj • impervie

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

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

impassibility, impassivity n • impassibilitate

impassible, impassive adj • impassibile

impassion v • passionar

impassioned, passionate adj • passional

impassive adj • impassibile

impaste [Art] v • impastar

impasto [Art] n • impastamento

impatience n • impatientia

impatient adj • impatiente

impeach (accuse) v • accusar

impeach (censure) v • censurar

impeach (charge) v • incriminar

impeachment (accusation) n • accusation

impeachment (charge) n • incrimination

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

impeccability n • impeccabilitate

impeccable adj • impeccabile

impecunious adj • impecuniose

impede, hinder v • impedir

impede v • impedir

impediment, hindrance n • impedimento

impediment n • impedimento

impediment n • obstaculo

impeding (act of) n • impedimento

impeding, impeditive adj • impeditive

impeditive, impeding adj • impeditive

impel v • impeller

impel v • pulsar

impel v • impeller -pell-/-puls-]

impellent adj • impellente

impellent adj • impellente (ppr of impeller)

impeller n • impulsor

impending adj • imminente

impenetrability n • impenetrabilitate

impenetrable adj • impenetrabile

impenitence n • impenitentia

impenitent, unrepentant adj • impenitente

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

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

imperative adj • imperative

imperative adj • urgente

imperative n • imperativo

imperceptibility n • imperceptibilitate

imperceptible adj • imperceptibile

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

imperfect adj • imperfecte

imperfect adj • incomplete

imperfect [Gram] n • imperfecto

imperfect n • imperfecto

imperfectibility n • imperfectibilitate

imperfectible adj • imperfectibile

imperfection n • imperfection

imperforable (that cannot be perforated) adj • imperforabile

imperforate, imperforated adj • imperforate

imperforation n • imperforation

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

imperial adj • imperial

imperialism n • imperialismo

imperialist n • imperialista

imperil v • impericular

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

imperishable adj • imperibile

impermeability n • impermeabilitate

impermeable adj • impermeabile

impermutability n • impermutabilitate

impermutable adj • impermutabile

impersonal adj • impersonal

impersonally adv • impersonalmente

impersonate v • personificar

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

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

impertinent adj • impertinente

imperturbability n • imperturbabilitate

imperturbable adj • imperturbabile

impervious, impassable adj • impervie

impetrate (obtain by request or entreaty) v • impetrar

impetration n • impetration

impetrative adj • impetrative

impetuosity, ardor n • fuga

impetuosity n • impetuositate

impetuous adj • impetuose

impetuous, vehement adj • vehemente

impetus n • impeto

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

impetus (of a moving body) n • impeto

impiety n • impietate

impious adj • impie

implacability n • implacabilitate

implacable adj • implacabile

implant n • implantation

implant v • implantar

implantation n • implantation

implement n • utensile

implement v • actuar

implement v • executar, actuar, emplear, utilisar, exiger per fortia.

implementation n • execution, actuation, empleamento, utilisation, exaction.

impletion n • impletion

implicate (involve) v • implicar

implicate v • implicar

implication (condition of being implicated) n • implication

implicative adj • implicative

implicit adj • implicite (-lì-)

implicit adj • implicite

implode v • imploder

imploration, entreaty n • imploration

implore, beseech v • implorar

implore v • implorar

implorer n • implorator

impluvium [Rom. Antiq] n • impluvio

imply (involve) v • implicar

imply (suggest) v • suggerer

impolite adj • impolite

impolite, rude adj • impolite

impoliteness n • impolitessa

impolitic adj • impolitic

imponderability n • imponderabilitate

imponderable imponderabile adj • imponderabile

import n • importation

import v • importar

importable adj • importabile

importance n • importantia

important adj • importante (ppr of importar)

important adj • importante

importation, import n • importation

importer n • importator

importune, importunate adj • importun

importune v • importunar

importunity n • importunitate

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

impose (practice tricks or deception) v • imponer

impose v • imponer

imposed adj • imposte

imposed adj • imponite

impose-on v • abusar de

imposing adj • imponente

imposing adj • impressionante

imposing, grand adj • grandiose

imposing, impressive adj • imponente (pres part of imponer)

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

impossibility n • impossibilitate

impossible adj • impossibile

impost [Arch] n • imposta

impost, tax, duty n • imposto

impostor n • impostor

impostor, swindler, cheat n • impostor

imposture n • impostura

impotence n • impotentia

impotent adj • impotente

impound (sequester) v • sequestrar

impound v • confiscar

impoverish v • impovrir

impoverish v • depauperar

impoverishment n • depauperation

impoverishment n • impovrimento

impracticability n • impracticabilitate

impracticable adj • impracticabile

impracticable, inexecutable adj • inexcutabile

imprecate v • imprecar

imprecation n • imprecation

imprecator n • imprecator

imprecatory adj • imprecatori

impregnability n • imprendibilitate

impregnable adj • imprendibile

impregnable, unassailable adj • inexpugnabile

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

impregnate, make pregnant v • pregnar

impregnate v • imbiber

impregnate v • impregnar

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

impresario n • impresario

impresario n • impresario I]

impresario v • impresario

imprescriptibility n • imprescriptibilitate

imprescriptible (not subject to prescription) adj • imprescriptibile

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

impress, imprint v • imprimer

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

impress v • impressionar

impressed, affected (deeply) adj • penetrate

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

impressing, imprinting, stamping n • stampage

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

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

impression n • impression

impressionability n • affectibilitate

impressionability n • impressionabilitate

impressionable adj • affectabile

impressionable adj • affectibile

impressionable adj • impressionabile

impressionism n • impressionismo

impressionist n • impressionista

impressive adj • impressive

impressive, fascinating adj • prestigiose

impressive, imposing adj • imponente (pres part of imponer)

imprimatur n • imprimatur

imprint, impress v • imprimer

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

imprint n • impression

imprint v • imprimer

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

imprinting, stamping, impressing n • stampage

imprison (put in prison) v • imprisionar

imprison v • imprisionar

imprisonment, confinement, detention n • detenimento

imprisonment, confinement, detention n • detention

imprisonment n • imprisionamento

improbability, lack of verisimilitude n • inverosimilantia

improbability n • improbabilitate

improbable adj • improbabile

improbable, unlikely adj • inverosimilante

improbable, unlikely adj • inverisimile

improbity, dishonesty n • improbitate

impromptu adj • improvisate

impromptu adv • sin preparation

impromptu n • improvisation

impromptu n • impromptu

impromptu n • impromptu F]

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

improper, immodest adj • dishoneste

improper (indecent) adj • inconveniente

improper, not decent adj • inconveniente

improper (wrong) adj • erronee

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

impropriety (incorrectness of behavior) n • inconvenientia

impropriety, indecency n • dishonestate

impropriety, indecency n • dishonestitate

improve, ameliorate v • meliorar

improve (make better) v • abonar

improve, refine v • affinar

improve v • meliorar (se

improvement, amelioration n • melioration

improvement n • melioration, perfectionamento

improvement n • perfectionamento, melioration

improver, ameliorator n • meliorator

improvidence n • imprevidentia

improvident adj • imprevidente

improving, refining (act of) n • affinamento

improvisation n • improvisation

improvise v • improvisar

improviser n • improvisator

imprudence n • imprudentia

imprudent adj • imprudente

impudence n • impudentia

impudent adj • impudente

impugn v • impugnar

impugning (action of) n • impugnation

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

impulse n • impulso

impulse n • impulsion

impulse n • stimulo

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

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

impulsive adj • impulsive

impulsiveness n • impulsivitate

impunity n • impunitate

impure adj • impur

impureness n • impuressa

impurity n • impuritate

impurity [Theol] n • immunditia

imputability n • imputabilitate

imputable n • imputabile

imputation n • imputation

impute v • imputar

imputrescibility n • imputrescibilitate

imputrescible adj • imputrescibile

in (at home) adv • a casa

in, into prep • in

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

in (on the inside) adv • intro

in (place) prep • a

in (place) prep • in

in (the - party) adj • in fortia

in (time) prep • a

in (time) prep • in

in a gaseous state, gasiform adj • gasiforme

in addition, extra, besides adv • extra

in addition to adv • preter

in addition to adv • preter (pré-)

in addition to, besides adv • extra

in bad repute adj • malfamate

in despair adj • desperate

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

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

in equilibrium, balanced adj • equilibre

in form of a dialogue, dialogic adj • dialogic

in love, enamored adj • inamorate (pp of inamorar)

in love, enamored adj • inamorate

in no way, not at all adv • nullemente

in one's cups, drunk adj • avinate

in one's presence, openly, publicly adv • coram

in one's presence, openly, publicly adv • coram (cò-)

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

in other respects, otherwise adv • cetero

in other respects, otherwise adv • cetero (cé-)

in respect to prep • erga

in spite of adv • malgrado

in spite of, despite prep • nonobstante

in spite of (malgrado) prep • malgre (-gré)

in spite of (malgrado) prep • malgre

in step (walking -) adv • promenar al passo

in step (walking -) adv • ambular al passo

in succession, successively adv • successivemente

in suspense, in suspension adj • suspense

in that place, there adv • illic

in that very place, in the same place adv • ibidem (-bì-)

in that very place, in the same place adv • ibidem

in the capacity of, as adv • qua

in the first place, first of all, first adv • primarimente

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

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

in the presence of prep • coram

in the presence of prep • coram (cò-)

in the same place, in that very place adv • ibidem (-bì-)

in the same place, in that very place adv • ibidem

in vain adv • frustra

in view of, considering prep • viste

in what manner, how adv • quomodo

in what manner, how adv • quomodo (quò-)

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

in writing, written adj • scripte

inability n • incapacitate

inaccessibility n • inaccessibilitate

inaccessible adj • inaccessibile

inaccuracy, inexactitude n • inexactitude

inaccuracy n • inexactitude

inaccurate adj • incorrecte

inaccurate adj • inexacte

inaccurate, inexact adj • inexacte

inaction n • inaction

inactive adj • inactive

inactivity n • inactivitate

in-addition adj • extra

inadeptable adj • inadeptabile

inadequate adj • inadequate

inadequate adj • insufficiente

inadmissibility n • inadmissibilitate

inadmissible adj • inadmissibile

inadvertence n • inadvertentia

inadvertent adj • inadvertente

inadvisable adj • imprudente

inalienability n • inalienabilitate

inalienable adj • inalienabile

inalienable adj • incapabile de esser estraniate

inalterability n • inalterabilitate

inane (empty) adj • vacue

inane (silly) adj • insensate

inane (silly) adj • stupide

inanimate adj • inanimate

in-another-way adv • alias

in-any-case conj • de omne latere

inappeasable, unappeasable adj • inappaciabile

inappetence, inappetency, lack of appetite n • inappetentia

inappetency, lack of appetite, inappetence n • inappetentia

inappetent, without desire adj • inappetente

inapplicability n • inapplicabilitate

inapplicable adj • inapplicabile

inapplication, want of assiduity n • inapplication

inappreciable adj • inappreciabile

inapt adj • inapte

inapt, inept adj • inepte

inaptitude n • inaptitude

inaptitude n • ineptitude

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

inarticulate adj • inarticulate

in-as-much (- as) conj • in tanto que

in-as-much conj • in tanto

inattention n • inattention

inattentive adj • inattente

inaudible adj • inaudibile

inaugural adj • inaugural

inaugurate v • inaugurar

inauguration n • inauguration

inaugurator n • inaugurator

inauthentic, unauthentic adj • inauthentic

inauthenticity, unauthenticity n • inauthenticitate

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

inborn adj • innate

inborn, natural, connatural adj • connatural

inborn quality, nature (of a person or thing) n • physis (fì-)

inborn quality, nature (of a person or thing) n • physis

inborn skill, talent, genius n • ingenio

inbred adj • interpropagate

inbred adj • innate

inbreed v • interpropagar

inbreeding n • reproduction inter familiares

inbreeding n • interpropagation

incalculable adj • incalculabile

incandesce (cause to become incandescent) v • incandescer

incandescence n • incandescentia

incandescent adj • incandescente (ppr of incandescer)

incandescent adj • incandescente

incantation n • incantation

incapability n • incapabilitate

incapable adj • incapace

incapable adj • incapabile

incapable, incompetent adj • insufficiente

incapacity, incompetence n • insufficientia

incapacity n • incapacitate

incarcerate v • carcerar

incarcerate v • incarcerar

incarceration n • carceration

incarceration n • incarceration

in-care-of prep • a presso de

incarnadine, flesh-pink, rosy adj • incarnatin

incarnate (embody) v • incarnar

incarnation n • incarnation

incautious adj • incaute

incendiarism n • incendiarismo

incendiary adj • incendiari

incendiary n • incendiario

incense (annoy) v • irritar

incense n • incenso

incense boat n • navetta

incentive, inciting adj • incentive

incentive n • incentivo

incept, begin v • inceptar

inception n • inception

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

incessant adj • incessante

incessant, ceaseless adj • incessante

incest n • incesto

incestuous adj • incestuose

inch [Meas] n • pollice (pòl-)

inch [Meas] n • pollice

inch n • uncia

inch-by-inch adv • pauc a pauc

incidence (as in angle of incidence) n • incidentia

incident (as in incident ray) adj • incidente

incident n • episodio

incident n • incidente

incident n • evenimento

incidental adj • incidental

incidental (fortuitous) adj • incidente

incidental (fortuitous) adj • incidental

incidentally adv • incidentalmente

incinerate, burn v • incinerar

incinerate v • incinerar

incineration n • incineration

incinerator n • incinerator

incise, cut into v • incisar

incision n • incision

incisive adj • incisive

incisor (tooth) n • incisivo

incisory adj • incisori

incitability n • incitabilitate

incitable adj • incitabile

incitation, incitement n • incitation

incite, spur v • convitar

incite v • incitar

incite to a tumult v • tumultuar

incite to revolt v • sublevar

incite to sedition, sedition v • seditionar

incitement, incitation n • incitation

incitement n • fomento

incitement, spur n • incitamento

inciting, incentive adj • incentive

incivility n • incivilitate

inclemency n • inclementia

inclement adj • inclemente

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

inclination n • inclination

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

incline n • inclination

incline vi • propender

incline vt • inclinar

inclined, disposed adj • disposite

inclined, disposed adj • disposite (-pò-)

inclined, favorable, tending adj • propense

inclined (sloping) adj • inclinate

inclined (tending) adj • propense

inclinometer n • inclinometro (-ò-)

inclinometer n • inclinometro

include, enclose v • inglobar

include v • includer

include v • includer -clud-/-clus-]

include in the budget, budget v • budgetar

include in the budget, budget v • budgetar (-dj-)

including adj • includente

inclusion n • inclusion

inclusive adj • incluse

inclusive, inclusively adj • inclusive

inclusive etc., total, aggregate adj • global

inclusively, inclusive adj • inclusive

incoercible adj • incoercibile

incognito adv • al incognito

incognito n • incognito (-còg-)

incognito n • incognito

incoherence, disconnectedness n • incoherentia

incoherent adj • incoherente

incoherent, disconnected adj • incoherente

incombustibility n • incombustibilitate

incombustible, fireproof adj • incombustibile

income n • receptas

income (unearned) n • renta

income-tax n • imposto sur le receptas

incommensurability n • incommensurabilitate

incommensurable adj • incommensurabile

incommode, inconvenience v • incommodar

incommunicability n • incommunicabilitate

incommunicable adj • incommunicabile

incommutability n • incommutabilitate

incommutable adj • incommutabile

incomparability n • incomparabilitate

incomparable adj • incomparabile

incompatibility n • incompatibilitate

incompatible adj • incompatibile

incompetence, incapacity n • insufficientia

incompetence n • incompetentia

incompetent adj • incompetente

incompetent, incapable adj • insufficiente

incomplete adj • incomplete

incomprehensibility n • incomprehensibilitate

incomprehensibility n • incomprensibilitate

incomprehensible adj • incomprensibile

incomprehensible adj • incomprehensibile

incomprehension n • incomprehension

incomprehension n • incomprension

incompressibility n • incompressibilitate

incompressible adj • incompressibile

inconceivability n • inconcipibilitate

inconceivable adj • inconcipibile

incongruence n • incongruentia

incongruent adj • incongruente

incongruity, incongruousness n • incongruitate

incongruous adj • incongrue

incongruousness, incongruity n • incongruitate

inconolatry n • iconolatria

inconolatry n • iconolatria (-ìa)

inconsecutive, inconsequent adj • inconsequente

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

inconsequence n • inconsequential

inconsequent adj • inconsequente

inconsequent, inconsecutive adj • inconsequente

inconsequential adj • inconsequential

inconsiderate adj • sin consideration pro le alteres

inconsistency n • inconsistentia

inconsistent adj • inconsistente

inconsistent adj • incompatibile

inconsistent (in reasoning, behavior) adj • inconsequente

inconsistent (incoherent, incongruous) adj • inconsistente

inconsolable adj • inconsolabile

inconsonant adj • inconsonante

inconspicuous adj • inconspicue

inconstancy n • inconstantia

inconstant adj • inconstante

incontaminate, uncontaminated adj • incontaminate

incontestability n • incontestabilitate

incontestable adj • incontestabile

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

incontinent adj • incontinente

incontrovertible adj • incontrovertibile

inconvenience, disadvantage, discomfort n • incommoditate

inconvenience, incommode v • incommodar

inconvenience n • inconveniente

inconvenience n • incommoditate

inconvenience v • incommodar

inconvenience v • disturbar

inconvenient adj • incommode

inconvenient, unsuitable adj • incommode

inconvenient, unsuitable adj • incommode (-cò-)

inconvertibility n • inconvertibilitate

inconvertible adj • inconvertibile

incorporate (incorporate one thing in another) v • incorporar

incorporate v • incorporar

incorporation (synthesis, assimilation, embodiment) n • incorporation

incorporeal adj • incorporee

incorporeal (as in incorporeal being) adj • incorporal

incorporeity n • incorporeitate

incorporeity n • incorporalitate

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

incorrect adj • incorrecte

incorrectness n • incorrection

incorrigibility, incorrigibleness n • incorrigibilitate

incorrigible adj • incorrigibile

incorrigibleness, incorrigibility n • incorrigibilitate

incorrupt adj • incorrupte

incorruptibility n • incorruptibilitate

incorruptible adj • incorruptibile

incradicable, inextirpable adj • inextirpabile

increase, augment v • augmentar

increase, augmentation n • augmento

increase, augmentation n • augmentation

increase (cause to increase) v • accrescer

increase (growth in size, amount, or degree) n • accrescimento

increase n • augmento

increase n • accrescimento

increase n • augmentation

increase vi • augmentar

increase vi • crescer

increase vt • augmentar

increase vt • accrescer

increasing, growing adj • crescente

increasing, growing adj • crescente (ppr of crescer)

increate adj • increate

incredibility n • incredibilitate

incredible adj • incredibile

incredulity n • incredulitate

incredulous adj • incredule

increment n • incremento

incriminate, inculpate v • inculpar

incriminate v • incriminar

incrimination, inculpation n • inculpation

incrimination n • incrimination

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

incubate, brood v • incubar

incubate v • incubar

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

incubation n • incubation

incubator n • incubator

incubus n • incubo (ìn-)

incubus n • incubo

inculcate v • inculcar

inculcation n • inculcation

inculcator n • inculcator

inculpate, incriminate v • inculpar

inculpation, incrimination n • inculpation

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

incumbent (imposed as a duty or obligation) adj • incumbente

incunabulum [Bibliog] n • incunabulo

incur v • incurrer -curr-/curs-]

incur v • incurrer

incur v • exponer se a

incurability n • insanabilitate

incurability n • incurabilitate

incurable adj • incurabile

incurable adj • insanabile

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

incursion n • incursion

indebted adj • indebitate

indecency, impropriety n • dishonestate

indecency, impropriety n • dishonestitate

indecency (lack of decency) n • indecentia

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

indecent adj • indecente

indecipherable adj • indecifrabile

indecision n • indecision

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

indeclinable [Gram] adj • indeclinabile

indecorous adj • indecorose

indeed adv • in effecto

indeed adv • vermente

indeed (after adjective) adv • multissime

indeed, even, truly, really adv • vero

indeed, even, truly, really adv • vere

indeed interj • in effecto!

indefatigability n • infatigabilitate

indefatigable adj • infatigabile

indefectibility n • indefectibilitate

indefectible adj • indefectibile

indefensible adj • indefensibile

indefensible adj • indefendibile

indefinable adj • indefinibile

indefinite adj • indefinite

indefinitely phr • indefinitemente

indefinitely (put off -) phr • lassar indefinitemente

indelibility, indelibleness n • indelibilitate

indelible adj • indelibile

indelibleness, indelibility n • indelibilitate

indemnification (act of indemnifying, compensating) n • indemnisation

indemnify, buy out v • disinteressar

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

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

indent (cut into) v • indentar

indent (cut into) v • requisitionar

indent, tooth v • indentar

indent, tooth v • dentar

indentation n • indentation

independence n • independentia

independent adj • independente

independent gentleman, rentier n • rentero

indescribable adj • inenarrabile

indescribable adj • indescriptibile

indestructibility n • indestructibilitate

indestructible adj • indestructibile

indeterminable adj • indeterminabile

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

indeterminism [Philos] n • indeterminismo

indeterminist [Philos] n • indeterminista

indevotion, lack of devotion n • indevotion

indevout, irreverent adj • indevote

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

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

index (enter in index) v • mitter in le indice

index (furnish index) v • provider de un indice

index n • indice

Index [R.C.Ch] n • indice (ìn-)

Index [R.C.Ch] n • indice

index-finger n • digito indice

India [Geog] n • India

India n • India

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

indian adj • indian

Indian (American) n • indiano

Indian, Hindu n • indiano

indian n • indiano

Indiana npr • Indiana

Indianapolis n • Indianapolis

Indianapolis n • Indianapolis (-nà-)

indicate, be indicative of v • indicar

indicate v • indicar

indication, denotation n • denotation

indication, mark, token n • indicio

indication n • indication

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

indicative adj • indicative

indicative, indicative mood n • indicativo

indicative n • gram

indicative mood, indicative n • indicativo

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

indicator n • indicator

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

indifference n • indifferentia

indifferent adj • mediocre

indifferent adj • indifferente

indifferentism n • indifferentismo

indifferentist n • indifferentista

indigence n • indigentia

indigent adj • indigente

indigestibility n • indigestibilitate

indigestible adj • indigeste

indigestible adj • indigestibile

indigestion n • indigestion

indignant adj • indignate

indignation n • indignation

indignity, insult n • indignitate

indignity n • indignitate

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

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

indigotin [Chem] n • indigotina

indirect adj • indirecte

indiscernible adj • indiscernibile

indiscreet adj • indiscrete

indiscretion n • indiscretion

indiscriminate adj • sin discrimination

indiscriminate (as if blind) adj • cec

indiscriminately adv • sin discriminar

indiscriminately (blindly) adv • cecamente

indispensability n • indispensabilitate

indispensable adj • indispensabile

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

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

indisposed adj • indisposite

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

indisposed (unwell) adj • indisposite

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

indisputable adj • indisputabile

indissolubility n • indissolubilitate

indissoluble adj • indissolubile

indistinct adj • indistincte

indistinction (want of distinction) n • indistinction

indistinguishable adj • indistinguibile

individual adj • individual

individual adj • particular

individual, fellow, chap n • subjecto

individual n • individuo

individualism n • individualismo

individualist n • individualista

individuality (individual character) n • individualitate

individualization n • individualisation

individualize v • individualisar

individually adv • individualmente

individuate, single out v • individuar

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

indivisibility n • indivisibilitate

indivisible adj • indivisibile

indivisible adj • impartibile

indivisible, that cannot be cut adj • insecabile

indivision n • indivision

Indo-China n • Indochina (-sh-)

Indo-China n • Indochina

Indo-Chinese adj • indochinese (-sh-)

Indo-Chinese adj • indochinese

indocile adj • indocile

indocility n • indocilitate

indoctrinate n • catechisar

indoctrinate v • indoctrinar

indoctrination n • indoctrinamento

Indo-European adj • indoeuropee

Indo-European n • indoeuropeo

indolence n • indolentia

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

indolent adj • indolente

indolent adj • pigre

indomitability n • indomabilitate

Indonesia [Geog] n • Indonesia

Indonesia n • Indonesia

indonesian adj • indonesian

Indonesian adj • indonesian

indonesian n • indonesiano

Indonesian n • indonesiano

in-door adj • de casa

in-door adj • interior

in-doors adv • al interior

in-doors adv • in le casa

indorsement, endorsement [Commer] n • indorsamento

indubitable adj • indubitabile

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

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

induce v • inducer

inducer n • inductor

inducing, leading adj • inductive

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

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

inductor [Elec] n • inductor

indulge v • esser indulgente con

indulge in fanciful ideas, schemes v • chimerisar

indulge-in v • permitter se le luxo de

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

indulgence, mercy n • venia

indulgence [R.C.Ch] v • indulgentiar

indulgent adj • indulgente

indulgent adj • indulgente (pp of indulger)

indult [Canon Law] n • indulto

indurate adj • indurate

indurate adj • indurate (ppr of indurar)

indurate, harden (make or become hard) v • indurar

induration n • induration

Indus, Sind n • Indo

industrial adj • industrial

industrial industrial adj • industrial

industrialism n • industrialismo

industrialist n • industrial

industrialization n • industrialisation

industrially adv • industrialmente

industrious adj • industriose

industry [Econ] n • industria

industry n • industria

inebriate, make drunk v • inebriar

inedibility n • inedibilitate

inedible, uneatable adj • inedibile

inedited adj • inedite

inedited adj • inedite (-né-)

ineffable, inexpressible adj • indicibile

ineffable ineffabilitate adj • ineffabile

ineffective adj • inefficace

ineffective, inefficacious adj • inefficace

inefficacious, ineffective adj • inefficace

inefficacious, inefficient adj • inefficiente

inefficacy n • inefficacia

inefficiency n • inefficientia

inefficiency n • inefficacitate

inefficient adj • inefficiente

inefficient, inefficacious adj • inefficiente

inelegance, inelegancy n • inelegantia

inelegancy, inelegance n • inelegantia

inelegant adj • inelegante

ineligibility n • ineligibilitate

ineligible adj • ineligibile

ineluctable adj • ineluctabile

inept adj • inepte

inept, inapt adj • inepte

ineptitude n • ineptitude

inequality, imparity n • imparitate

inequality n • inequalitate

inequitable adj • inique

inequity n • iniquitate

inert adj • inerte

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

inertia n • inertia

inestimable adj • inestimabile

inestimable, priceless adj • inappreciabile

inevitable adj • inevitabile

inexact adj • inexacte

inexact, inaccurate adj • inexacte

inexact, not punctilious adj • impunctual

inexactitude, inaccuracy n • inexactitude

inexactness, lack of punctiliousness n • impunctualitate

inexcusable adj • inexcusabile

inexecutable, impracticable adj • inexcutabile

inexhaustible adj • inexhaustibile

inexhaustible adj • inexhauribile

inexistence n • inexistentia

inexistent adj • inexistente

inexorability n • inexorabilitate

inexorable adj • inexorabile

inexpedient adj • inopportun

inexpensive adj • a bon mercato

inexpensive adj • pauco costose

inexperience n • inexperientia

inexperienced adj • inexperimentate

inexpert adj • inexperte

inexpiable adj • inexpiabile

inexpiate, not expiated, not atoned, unexpiated adj • inexpiate

inexplicability n • inexplicabilitate

inexplicable adj • inexplicabile

inexplorable adj • inexplorabile

inexpressible adj • inexprimibile

inexpressible, ineffable adj • indicibile

inexpressive adj • inexpressive

inextensible adj • inextensibile

inextinguishable adj • inextinguibile

inextirpable, incradicable adj • inextirpabile

infallibility n • infallibilitate

infallible adj • infallibile

infamous adj • infame

infamous (as in infamous punishment) Law] adj • infamante

infamous (of ill fame or repute) adj • infame

infamous, villainous, vile adj • villan

infamy n • infamia

infancy n • infantia

infant, baby n • infante

infant n • infante

infante n • infante

infanticide (act of killing an infant) n • infanticidio

infanticide (act) v • infanticidio

infanticide (one who commits infanticide) n • infanticida

infanticide (person) n • infanticida

infantile adj • infantil

infantile (pertaining to an infant or infants) adj • infantil

infantilism n • infantilismo

infantry n • infanteria

infantry n • infanteria (-ìa)

infantry-man n • soldato de infanteria

infantryman n • pedon

infationism n • inflationismo

infatuate v • infatuar

infatuation n • infatuation

in-favor-of adv • pro

infeasibility, unfeasibility n • infacibilitate

infeasible, unfeasible adj • infacibile

infect v • infectar

infect (with a plague) v • appestar

infected adj • infectate

infected with tinea, ringworm adj • tineose

infection n • contagion

infection n • infection

infectious adj • infectiose

infectious, infective adj • infective

infecund adj • infecunde

infecundity n • infecunditate

infeeted, rotten, decayed, tainted adj • corrupte

infelicity, unhappiness n • infelicitate

infer, deduce v • deducer -duc-/-duct-]

infer, deduce v • deducer

infer [Logic] v • inferer

infer v • inferer

infer v • arguer

inference [Logic] n • inferentia

inferior adj • inferior

inferior (as in inferior ovary) Bot] adj • infere

inferiority n • inferioritate

infernal adj • infernal

infernally adv • infernalmente

inferno, hell n • inferno

inferrible adj • inferibile

infertile adj • infertile

infertility n • infertilitate

infest v • infestar

infestation n • infestation

infested adj • infestate

infested with bedbugs adj • cimicose

infested with fleas, pulicous adj • pulicose

infester n • infestator

infeudation, enfeoffment n • infeudation

infidel adj • infidel

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

infidelity n • infidelitate

infighting n • (internal conflict) luctas interne, conflictos interne; (disagreement within a group) lucta interne, conflictualitate interne.

infiltrate v • infiltrar

infiltrate v • infiltrar (se)

infiltration n • infiltration

infinite adj • infinite

infinite n • infinito

infiniteness, infinitude n • infinitude

infinitesimal adj • infinitesimal

infinitesimal adj • infinitesime

infinitesimal adj • infinitesime (-ésime)

infinitive [Gram] adj • infinitive

infinitive [Gram] n • infinitivo

infinitive n • infinitivo

infinitude, infiniteness n • infinitude

infinity [Math] n • infinito

infinity n • infinitate

infirm adj • infirme

infirm, frail adj • infirme

infirm, invalid adj • valetudinari

infirmary, sickroom n • infirmeria (-ìa)

infirmary, sickroom n • infirmeria

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

inflame v • inflammar

inflamed adj • inflammate

inflamed adj • inflammate pp of inflammar

inflamed, congested adj • injectate (pp of injectar)

inflamed, congested adj • injectate

inflammability, combustibility, accensibility n • accensibilitate

inflammability n • inflammabilitate

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

inflammable adj • inflammabile

inflammable, combustible, accensible adj • accensibile

inflammable, combustible adj • accendibile

inflammable (flammable) adj • flammabile

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

inflammation n • inflammation

inflammative adj • inflammative

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

inflate v • inflar

inflated adj • inflate

inflation n • inflation

inflationist n • inflationista

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

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

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

inflection n • inflexion

inflexibility n • inflexibilitate

inflexible adj • inflexibile

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

inflict v • infliger -flig-/-flict-l

inflict v • infliger

inflicted adj • infligite

inflicted adj • inflicte

infliction n • infliction

inflorescence [Bot] n • inflorescentia

inflow, influx n • influxo

influence n • influentia

influence v • influentiar

influenced adj • influentiate

influential adj • influente

influentially adv • influentemente

influenza n • influenza

influenza [Pathol] n • influenza

influenza [Pathol] n • influenza I]

influx, inflow n • influxo

influx n • influxo

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

inform, unformed adj • informe

inform v • informar

inform against, denounce v • denunciar

inform against v • deferer

informal adj • sin formalitate

informal adj • non official

informal adj • non formal

informal adj • sin ceremonia

informally adv • informalmente

informant, informer n • informator

informant n • informator

informant n • informante

information n • information(es)

information n • information

information office n • bureau de information

informative adj • informative

informed, well-informed, learned adj • sciente

informer, informant n • informator

informer n • delator

infraction n • infraction

infra-red adj • infrarubie

infrequency, infrequence n • infrequentia

infrequent adj • infrequente

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

infringe (break, violate) v • infringer

infringe v • violar

infringe v • infringer

infringement n • violation

infringement n • infringimento

infringe-upon v • transgressar

in-front adv • avante

in-front-of adv • ante

infuriate, infuriated adj • infuriate (pp of infuriar)

infuriate, infuriated adj • infuriate

infuriate v • indiabolar

infuriate v • infuriar

infuriate v • furiar

infuriated, infuriate adj • infuriate

infuriated, infuriate adj • infuriate (pp of infuriar)

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

infuse (as in to infuse tea) v • infunder

infusibility n • infusibilitate

infusible, not fusible adj • infusibile

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

infusorial adj • infusorial

infusorian n • infusorio

ingem (adorn with gems) v • ingemmar

ingenious adj • ingeniose

ingenious (cleverly planned or made) adj • ingeniose

ingenious (having an aptitude for invention or construction) adj • ingeniose

ingenious, skilful adj • industriose

ingenue (naive girl) n • ingenua

ingenuity n • ingeniositate

ingenuity, skill n • industria

ingenuous adj • ingenue

ingenuousness n • ingenuitate

ingest v • ingerer

ingestion n • ingestion

inglenook (setee by the hearth) n • cathedra inglenook

inglorious inglutimento adj • ingloriose

ingot n • lingoto

ingraft v • inserer, insertar, {bot} graffar, inocular.

ingrain v • imbuer

ingrain v • inculcar

ingrained adj • innate

ingrained adj • inculcate

ingrained adj • imbuite

ingrate, ungrateful adj • ingrate

ingratiating, insinuating adj • insinuante (ppr of insinuar)

ingratiating, insinuating adj • insinuante

ingratitude n • ingratitude

ingredient n • ingrediente

ingress, entrance n • ingresso

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

ingurgitation n • ingurgitation

inhabit, live in v • habitar

inhabit v • habitar

inhabitant n • habitante

inhabitant of Brussels n • bruxellese

inhabitant of the moon, Selenite n • selenita

inhalant n • inhalante

inhalation [Med] n • inhalation

inhalation n • inspiration

inhale, inspire v • inspirar

inhale [Med] v • inhalar

inhale v • inhalar

inhale v • aspirar

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

inhaler n • inhalator

inhaling, inspiration n • aspiration

inharmonic adj • inharmonic

inharmonious adj • inharmoniose

inharmony n • inharmonia

inharmony n • inharmonia (-ìa)

inhere, be inherent v • inherer

inherence n • inherentia

inherent adj • inherente (ppr of inherer)

inherent adj • inherente

inherent in the case adj • casual

inherit v • hereditar

inherit conjointly v • cohereditar

inheritance, heritage n • hereditage (-aje)

inheritance, heritage n • hereditage

inheritance n • hereditate

inheritance n • hereditage

inheritor n • hereditario

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

inhibit v • inhibir

inhibit v • impedir

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

inhibition n • inhibition

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

inhospitable adj • inhospital

inhospitality n • inhospitalitate

inhuman adj • inhuman

inhumanity n • inhumanitate

inhumation, burial, interment n • inhumation

inhume, bury, inter v • inhumar

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

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

inimical (hostile) adj • inimic

inimitable adj • inimitabile

iniquitous (wicked) adj • inique

iniquity (wickedness) n • iniquitate

initial adj • prime, initial

initial adj • initial, prime

initial n • initial

initial v • poner initiales a

initial initial adj • initial

initially adv • initialmente

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

initiate (begin) v • comenciar

initiate n • initiato

initiate (originate, introduce) v • initiar

initiating, initiative adj • initiative

initiation n • initiation

initiative, initiating adj • initiative

initiative n • initiativa

initiator n • initiator

inject v • injectar

inject v • injicer

inject v • injicer -jic-/-ject-]

injection, clyster, enema n • clyster

injection n • injection

injection (of morphine) n • syringation

injector [Med] n • injector

injunction (authoritative admonition or order) n • injunction

injure (harm) v • nocer a

injure (harm) v • facer mal a

injure (harm) v • offender

injure, wound v • leder

injure, wound v • leder led-/les-;-lid-/-lis-]

injure (wound) v • leder

injure (wound) v • ferir

injured, hurt adj • lese

injured (wounded) past. part • ferite

injured (wounded) past. part • ledite

injured-party n • parte ledite

injurious adj • injuriose

injurious, harmful adj • damnose

injurious, insulting adj • injuriose

injuriousness, harmfulness n • damnositate

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

injury (harm) n • injuria

injury (harm) n • damno

injury (harm) n • mal

injury (wound) n • ferita

injury (wound) n • vulnere

injustice n • injustitia

ink n • tinta

ink v • marcar de tinta

inkling n • indicio

inkling n • suspicion

inkwell n • tintiera

inky adj • nigre como le tinta

inky adj • marcate con tinta

inland adj • interior

inland adj • mediterranee

inland adv • verso le interior

inland sea n • mediterraneo

inland-revenue n • fisco

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

inlay n • incrustation

inlet [Geog] n • ingresso

inlet [Geog] n • entrata

inlet [Mech] • apertura

inmate (occupant) n • habitante

inmate (of asylum or prison) n • internato

inn n • albergo

innate adj • innate

inner adj • interior

inner sanctum [Bib] n • sanctum interne

innermost adj • le plus profunde

inner-sanctum [Bib] n • sanctum interior

innervate v • innervar

innervation n • innervation

innkeeper n • albergero

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

innocence n • innocentia

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

innocent adj • inculpabile

innocent adj • innocente

innocuous adj • innocue

innocuous, harmless adj • innocue

innocuousness, harmlessness n • innocentia

innocuousness, harmlessness n • innocuitate

innovate (introduce as new) v • innovar

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

innovation n • innovation

innovator n • novator

innovator n • innovator

in-no-way adv • nullemente

innuendo n • allusion

innuendo n • insinuation

innumerability n • innumerabilitate

innumerable adj • innumerabile

inobservable adj • inobservabile

inobservance, non-observance n • inobservantia

inobservant adj • inobservante

inoculable adj • inoculabile

inoculate v • inocular

inoculation n • inoculation

inodorous, odorless adj • inodor

inoffensive adj • inoffensive

inofficiosity [Law] n • inofficiositate

inofficious [Law] adj • inofficiose

inoperative adj • inefficace

inoperative adj • inoperante

inopportune adj • inopportun

inopportuneness, inopportunity n • inopportunitate

inopportunity, inopportuneness n • inopportunitate

in-order-that conj • proque, quo

in-order-that conj • quo, proque

inorganic adj • inorganic

in-part adv • in parte

in-place-of adv • in loco de

input n • entrata

input v • facer entrar

inquest [Law] n • inquesta

inquest n • inquesta

inquiet, unquiet adj • inquiete

inquietude, disquietude n • inquietude

inquire, enquire (make inquiries) v • inquirer -quir-/-quest-/-quisit-]

inquire, enquire (make inquiries) v • inquirer

inquire vi • inquirer

inquire vt • demandar

inquired adj • inquisite

inquired adj • inquirite

inquirer, enquirer n • inquiritor

inquiry, inquisition n • inquisition

inquiry (investigation) n • inquesta

inquiry n • inquesta

inquiry office n • bureau pro inquestas

Inquisition [Eccl] n • inquisition

inquisition, inquiry n • inquisition

inquisition [Law] n • inquisition

inquisition n • inquisition

inquisitive adj • curiose

inquisitive adj • inquisitive

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

inquisitorial adj • inquisitorial

inquisitory, inquisitorial adj • inquisitori

inroad n • incursion

insalubrity, unhealthiness, unwholesomeness n • insalubritate

insane adj • insan

insane, demented adj • demente

insane (mad) adj • demente

insane (mad) adj • folle

insane (of ideas) adj • insensate

insanitary adj • insalubre

insanitary adj • antihygienic

insanity, dementia, dementedness n • dementia

insanity n • insanitate

insanity n • follia

insanity n • dementia

insatiability n • insatiabilitate

insatiable adj • insatiabile

insatiate adj • insatiate

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

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

inscribe, enter (in a list) v • inscriber

inscribe, enter (in a list) v • inscriber -scrib-/-script-]

inscribe v • inscriber

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

inscription n • inscription

inscrutability n • inscrutabilitate

inscrutable adj • inscrutabile

insect n • insecto

insecticide n • insecticida

insectivore n • insectivoro (-tì-)

insectivore n • insectivoro

insectivorous adj • insectivore

insectology n • insectologia (-ìa)

insectology n • insectologia

insecure adj • insecur

insecure, unsafe adj • insecur

insecurity n • insecuritate

inseminate v • inseminar

insemination n • insemination

insensate, senseless, foolish adj • insensate

insensibility, insensitiveness n • insensibilitate

insensibility (lack of feeling) n • indolentia

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

insensible adj • insensibile

insensitive adj • insensibile

insensitiveness, insensibility n • insensibilitate

inseparability n • inseparabilitate

inseparable adj • inseparabile

insert, introduce v • ingerer -ger-/-gest-]

insert, introduce v • ingerer

insert v • inserer -ser-/-sert-]

insert v • introducer

insert v • insertar

insert v • inserer

insertion, introduction n • ingestion

insertion n • insertion

insertion n • introduction

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

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

inside adj • interior

inside adj • interne

inside adv • internemente

inside adv • intra

inside adv • interiormente

inside n • interior

inside prep • intra

insidious adj • insidiose

insidiousness n • insidia

insight (intuition) n • intuition

insight (penetration) n • penetration

insight (wisdom) n • perspicacia

insignia n • insignias

insignificance n • insignificantia

insignificance, slightness n • tenuitate

insignificance, unimportance n • futilitate

insignificant adj • insignificante

insignificant, unimportant adj • futile

insincere adj • insincer

insincerity n • insinceritate

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

insinuate v • insinuar

insinuating, ingratiating adj • insinuante (ppr of insinuar)

insinuating, ingratiating adj • insinuante

insinuation n • insinuation

insinuative adj • insinuative

insinuator n • insinuator

insipid, flat adj • insipide (-sì-)

insipid, flat adj • insipide

insipid, unfunny, witless adj • infacete

insipidity n • insipiditate

insist v • insister

insistence n • insistentia

insistent adj • insistente

insobriety, unsoberness n • insobrietate

insolate, sun (place in the) v • insolar

insolation, sunning n • insolation

insolence n • insolentia

insolent adj • insolente

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

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

insolvency [Commer] n • insolventia

insolvent adj • insolvente

insomnia n • insomnia

insomnious, sleepless adj • insomne

inspect, superintend v • inspicer -spic-/-spect-]

inspect, superintend v • inspicer

inspect v • inspectar

inspect v • examinar

inspection n • inspection

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

inspector n • inspector

inspectorate, inspectorship n • inspectorato

inspectorship, inspectorate n • inspectorato

inspiration, inhaling n • aspiration

inspiration n • inspiration

inspire, imbue v • imbiber

inspire (infuse life, feeling, enthusiasm) v • inspirar

inspire, inhale v • inspirar

inspire v • inspirar

inspired, of genius adj • genial

inspirer n • inspirator

inspissate, thicken v • inspissar

inspissation, thickening n • inspissation

instability n • instabilitate

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

install v • installar

installation n • installation

installer n • Comp]

installment (-alment) n • pagamento

installment (monthly) n • pagamento mensual

installment (partial payment) n • pagamento partial

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

instance (case) n • caso

instance (example) n • exemplo

instance (for -) prep. phr • per exemplo

instance (occurrence) n • occurrentia

instant adj/n • instante

instant n • instante

instant (pressing, urgent) adj • instante

instantaneity, instantaneousness n • instantaneitate

instantaneous adj • instantanee

instantaneousness, instantaneity n • instantaneitate

instantly adv • presto

instead adv • in su loco

instead conj • in loco de

instead conj • in vice de

instead prep • in loco de

instead of adv • in loco de

instead of adv • in vice de

in-step n • collo del pede

instigate v • instigar

instigation n • instigation

instigator n • instigator

instigatrix n • instigatrice

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

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

instill v • instillar

instillation n • instillation

instinct n • instincto

instinctive adj • instinctive

institute n • instituto

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

institute v • institu

institute v • instituer

institute v • instituer -stitu-/-stitut-]

institution n • institution

institutor, founder n • institutor

instruct (1. to teach, educate; 2. to inform) v • instruer -stru-/-struct-]

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

instruct, teach v • docer doc-/doct-]

instruct, teach v • erudir

instruct, teach v • docer

instruct, train v • maestrar

instruct v • instruer

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

instruction, education, tuition n • inseniamento

instruction n • instruction

instruction, training n • maestramento

instructive adj • maestrative

instructive adj • instructive

instructor n • instructor

instructor, preceptor, teacher n • preceptor

instructor, teacher n • instructor

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

instrument (1. tool; 2. musical instrument; 3. Law]) n • instrumento

instrument, deed, record [Law] n • acto

instrument n • instrumento

instrument for examining the cranium n • cranioscopio

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

instrumental adj • instrumental

instrumentalist [Mus] n • instrumentista

instrumentally adv • instrumentalmente

instrumentation [Mus] n • instrumentation

insubmersible adj • insubmersibile

insubmission, insubordination n • insubmission

insubordinate adj • insubordinate

insubordination, insubmission n • insubmission

insubordination n • insubordination

insubstantial, unsubstantial adj • insubstantial

insubstantiality, unsubstantiality n • insubstantialitate

insufferable adj • insupportabile

insufferable, unbearable adj • insuffribile

insufficiency n • insufficientia

insufficient adj • insufficiente

insufflation n • insufflation

insufflator (device for insufflating) n • insufflator

insular adj • insular

insular insular adj • insular

insularity n • insularitate

insulate [Elec] adj • insular

insulate [Elec] v • isolar

insulate, isolate v • isolar

insulate v • insular

insulation [Elec] n • isolation

insulation [Elec] n • insulation

insulation [Elec] n • insulamento

insulation [Elec] n • isolamento

insulation n • insulation

insulator [Elec] n • insulator

insulator [Elec] n • isolator

insulin n • insulina

insult, be offensive to, offend v • offender -fend-/-fens-]

insult, be offensive to, offend v • offender

insult, indignity n • indignitate

insult n • injuria

insult n • insulto

insult v • insultar

insulted adj • insultate

insulter n • insultator

insulting adj • insultante

insulting, injurious adj • injuriose

insuperable adj • insuperabile

insupportable, unbearable adj • insupportabile

insurable adj • assecurabile

insurance [Commer] n • assecurantia

insurance n • assecurantia

insurance-company n • compania de assecurantia

insurance-policy n • polissa

insure [Commer] v • assecurar

insure v • assecurar

insurer, assurer, underwriter n • assecurator

insurgent adj • insurgite

insurgent adj • insurgente (ppr of insurger)

insurgent adj • insurgente

insurgent adj • insurgite (pp of insurger)

insurgent n • insurgito

insurmountable adj • insurmontabile

insurrection n • insurrection

insurrection, revolt n • sublevamento

insurrectional adj • insurrectional

intact adj • intacte

intact adj • integre

intactile, not tactile adj • intactile

intake (as food) n • consumption

intake n • Mil]

intake [Techn] • entrata

intake [Techn] • tubo de admission

intangibility n • intangibilitate

intangible adj • intangibile

integrability [Math] n • integrabilitate

integrable [Math] adj • integrabile

integral adj • integral

integral (an - part) n • un parte integral

integral (constituent) adj • integrante

integral (constituent) adj • integrante (ppr of integrar)

integral integral [Math] adj • integral

integrate (complete) v • integrar

integrate v • integrar

integrated adj • integrate

integration (act of integrating) n • integration

integrator n • integrator

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

integrity n • integritate

integrity, uprightness, probity n • probitate

intellect n • intellecto

intellection (action or process of understanding) n • intellection

intellective adj • intellective

intellectual adj • intellectual

intellectual (an -) n • un intellectual

intellectual n • intellectual

intellectual intellectual adj • intellectual

intellectuality n • intellectualitate

intellectually adv • intellectualmente

intelligence (as in intelligence quotient) n • intelligentia

intelligence (cleverness) n • intelligentia

intelligence (information) n • informationes

intelligence-service n • servicio de intelligentia

intelligence-service n • servicio de information

intelligent adj • intelligente

intelligent n • intelligente

intelligentsia, educated (class or classes) n • intelligentsia

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

intelligentsia n • intelligentsia

intelligible adj • intelligibile

intemperance n • intemperantia

intemperate adj • intemperate

intemperate adj • intemperante

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

intemperate (as in intemperate speech) adj • distemperate

intenability, untenability n • intenibilitate

intend, design v • designar

intend (plan) v • intender

intend (plan) v • intender -tend-/-tent-/-tens-]

intend (set apart for) v • destinar

intendant n • intentente

intended adj • intendite

intendency (office and function of an intendant) n • intendentia

intense adj • intense

intense adj • profunde

intense (existing in an extreme degree) adj • intense

intensely adv • profundemente

intensely adv • intensemente

intenseness, intension n • intension

intensification n • intensification

intensify (increase the intensity of) v • intensificar

intensify v • intensificar

intensify v • intensificar (se)

intension, intenseness n • intension

intensity n • intensitate

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

intensive adj • intensive

intensively adv • intensivemente

intent adj • absorbite

intent adj • intente

intent adj • attente

intent, attentive adj • attente

intent, intention n • intento

intent n • intento

intent n • proposito

intention, intent n • intento

intention n • intention

intention (purpose) n • proposito

intentional adj • intentional

intentional (deliberate) adj • deliberate

intentionally adv • intentionalmente

intently adv • attentemente

intently adv • intentemente

inter, bury v • interrar

inter (bury) v • inhumar

inter (bury) v • interrar

inter, inhume, bury v • inhumar

interact v • reager reciprocamente

intercalary adj • intercalari

intercalate v • intercalar

intercalation n • intercalation

intercede (for) Eccl] v • suffragar

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

intercede v • interceder

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

intercept v • interceptar

interception n • interception

intercession n • intercession

intercessor n • intercessor

interchange, exchange n • permutation

interchange, exchange v • intercambiar

interchange n • excambio reciproc

interchange n • intercambio

interchange, permute, exchange v • permutar

interchange v • intercambiar (se)

interchange v • excambiar

interchange v • excambiar (se)

interchange v • intercambiar

interchangeable adj • intercambiabile

interconnect (two openings) v • abuccar

interconnecting (two openings) (action of) n • abuccamento

intercostal [Anat] adj • intercostal

intercourse (business) n • relationes

intercourse (business) n • commercio

intercourse (sexual) n • coito

intercross (put crosswise) v • intercruciar

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

intercutaneous, subcutaneous adj • intercutanee

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

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

interdict [Eccl] n • interdicto

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

interdigital, situated between the digits adj • interdigital

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

interest (cash) n • interesse

interest n • interesse

interest v • interessar

interested adj • interesate

interested (self-interested, self-seeking) adj • interessate (pp of interessar)

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

interested party n • interessato

interested-in v • interessar se pro

interested-in v • interessar se in

interested-in v • interessar se de

interesting adj • interessante (ppr of interessar)

interesting adj • interessante

interfere (in quarrel) v • intervenir

interfere (meddle) v • ingerer se

interfere [Phys] v • interferer

interfere (tech) v • interferer

interference (in quarrel) n • intervention

interference, meddling n • ingerentia

interference (meddling) n • ingerentia

interference n • Techn]

interference [Phys] n • interferentia

interfere-with v • impedir

interfere-with v • obstacular

interfoliaceous [Bot] adj • interfoliacee

interim adj • interime (té-)

interim adj • provisori

interim adj • interime

interim (in le) adv • interim

interim n • interim

interim n • interim (ìn-)

interim [Pol] • interime

interior adj • interior

interior adj/n • interior

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

interject (a remark) v • interloquer

interjection [Gram] n • interjection

interjection n • interjection

interjectional adj • interjective

interlanguage, interlingua n • interlingua

interlard v • interlardar

interleave (a book) v • interfoliar

interlinear interlinear adj • interlinear

interlineation n • interlineation

interlingua, interlanguage n • interlingua

interlingua n • lingua auxiliar international

interlingua n • interlanguage

interlingua n • interlingua

interlingual adj • interlinguistic

interlingual adj • interlingual

interlinguist n • interlinguista

interlinguistic adj • interlinguistic

interlinguistics n • interlinguistica

interlocution (interchange of speech) n • interlocution

interlocutor n • interlocutor

interlocutory [Law] adj • interlocutori

interlude n • interludio

interlunar period, interlunation n • interlunio

interlunation, interlunar period n • interlunio

intermaxillary adj • intermaxillar

intermediary adj • intermediari

intermediary, intermediate adj • intermediari

intermediary, intermediate adj • intermedie

intermediary n • intermediario

intermediate adj • intermedie

interment, burial n • interramento

interment, inhumation, burial n • inhumation

intermezzo n • intermezzo

intermezzo n • intermezzo I]

interminable adj • interminabile

intermingle, merge (cause to) v • confunder

intermingle, merge (cause to) v • confunder -fund-/-fus-]

intermingle, mix together v • commiscer -misc-/-mixt-]

intermingle, mix together v • commiscer

intermission (break) n • intervallo

intermission [Med] • intermission

intermission n • intermission

intermission (pause) n • pausa

intermit v • intermitter -mitt-/-miss-]

intermit v • intermitter

intermittence, intermittency n • intermittentia

intermittency, intermittence n • intermittentia

intermittent adj • intermittente

intern (e) Med] n • interno

intern n • interno

intern v • internar

internal adj • interne

internally adv • internemente

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

international adj • international

internationalism n • internationalismo

internationalist n • internationalista

internationality n • internationalitate

internationalization n • internationalisation

internationalize v • internationalisar

internationally adv • internationalmente

internee n • internato

internet n • Comp]

internet n • internet

Internet-Service-Provider n • Provisor de Servicios del Interrete

internment n • internamento

internode n • internodio

internuncio (representative of the Pope) n • internuncio

interosseous [Anat] adj • interossee

interpellant n • interpellator

interpellant n • interpellante

interpellate [Parl] v • interpellar

interpellation n • interpellation

interpolate v • interpolar

interpolation n • interpolation

interpolator n • interpolator

interpose v • interponer -pon-/-posit-]

interpose v • interponer

interposition n • interposition

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

interpret v • interpretar

interpretable adj • interpretabile

interpretation n • interpretation

interpretative, interpretive adj • interpretative

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

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

interpreter n • interprete

interpretive, interpretative adj • interpretative

interregnum n • interregno

interrogate, examine v • interrogar

interrogate v • interrogar

interrogation n • interragation

interrogation n • interrogation

interrogative adj • interrogative

interrogative [Gram] adj • interrogative

interrogator n • interrogator

interrogatory adj • interrogatori

interrogatory [Law] n • interrogatorio

interrupt v • interrumper

interrupted adj • interrupte

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

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

interrupter, rheotome [Elec] n • rheotomo

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

interruption n • interruption

interruptive adj • interruptive

intersect vi • intercruciar

intersect vt • intersecar

intersecting adj • intersectante

intersection [Geom] n • intersection

intersection n • geom

intersection (of roads) n • cruciamento

interstellar adj • interstellar

interstice n • interstitio

interstitial adj • interstitial

intertropical adj • intertropical

interval n • intervallo

interval (space of time between two events) n • interstitio

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

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

intervene v • intervenir

intervention (as in intervention in a quarrel) n • intervention

intervention n • intervention

intervertebral adj • intervertebral

interview, conference n • abuccamento

interview [Journ] n • interview

interview [Journ] n • interview A]

interview [Journ] v • interviewar

interview (meeting, conference) n • intervista

interview n • interview, intervista

interview n • intervista, interview

interview v • interviewar

interview v • intervider

interview v • intervistar

interviewer [Journ] n • interviewer A]

interviewer [Journ] n • interviewer

interviewer n • intervistator

interviewer n • interviewer

interviewer n • intervisor

intervocalic [Phonet] adj • intervocalic

interweave v • contexer -tex-/-text-]

interweave v • contexer

intestate adj • intestate

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

intestinal adj • intestinal

intestinal worm, helminth n • helminthe

intestine adj • intestin

intestine, bowel n • intestino

intestine n • intestino

in-that-case conj • alora

in-the-future adv • olim

in-the-meantime adv • interim

in-the-meantime adv • intertanto

in-the-same-place (ib.) adv • ib.

in-the-same-place (ibid.) adv • ibid.

in-the-same-place (ibidem) adv • ibidem

in-the-way (superfluous) adv • de troppo

intimacy n • intimitate

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

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

intimate adj • intime

intimate (make known formally) v • intimar

intimate v • indicar

intimate v • intimar

intimation (formal notification) n • intimation

intimidate v • intimidar

intimidation n • intimidation

into adv • a in

into adv • in

into, in prep • in

intolerability n • intolerabilitate

intolerable adj • intolerabile

intolerance n • intolerantia

intolerant adj • intolerante

intonate, intone v • intonar

intonation n • intonation

intone, intonate v • intonar

intorsion n • intorsion

intoxicate (make drunk) v • inebriar

intoxicate [Med] v • intoxicar

intoxicated adj • intoxicate

intoxicated (drunk) adj • bibite

intoxicated (inebriated) adj • ebriate

intoxicating adj • alcoholic

intoxicating adj • inebriante

intoxicating adj • intoxicante

intoxication (drunkenness) n • ebrietate

intoxication [Med] n • intoxication

intractability n • intractabilitate

intractable adj • intractabile

intrados [Arch] n • intradorso

intramural adj • intramural

intranet [Comp] n • intrarete

intransigence n • intransigentia

intransigent, uncompromising adj • intransigente

intransitive adj • intransitive

intravenous adj • intravenose

intrepid adj • intrepide

intrepidity n • intrepiditate

intricacy, complexity n • complexitate

intricacy, complication, intrication n • intrication

intricacy, complication; 2. intrigue (underhand plotting or scheming) n • intrico

intricacy n • intricatia

intricacy n • complexitate

intricacy n • intrication

intricate adj • intricate

intricate adj • complexe

intricate adj • intricate (pp of intricar)

intricate, entangle, confuse v • intricar

intrication, intricacy, complication n • intrication

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

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

intrigue (1. underhanded plotting or scheming; 2. plot of a play, novel) n • intriga

intrigue n • intriga

intrigue, plot v • cabalar

intrigue, plot v • ordir

intrigue v • intrigar

intriguer, plotter n • orditor

intrinsic adj • intrinsec (-trìn-)

intrinsic adj • intrinsec

intrinsicly adv • intrinsecamente

introduce, insert v • ingerer

introduce, insert v • ingerer -ger-/-gest-]

introduce (insert, put in, bring in) v • introducer -duc-/-duct-]

introduce (insert, put in, bring in) v • introducer

introduce (insert) v • introducer

introduce (put forward) v • presentar

introduce or insert (gently) v • insinuar

introducer n • introductor

introduction, insertion n • ingestion

introduction n • introduction presentation

introduction n • introduction

introductive, introductory adj • introductive

introductor (of ambassadors) n • introductor

introductory adj • introductori

introductory, introductive adj • introductive

introit n • Relig]

intromission n • intromission

intromit v • intromitter -mitt-/-miss-]

intromit v • intromitter

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

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

introspection n • introspection

introspective adj • introspective

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

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

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

introvert n • introvertito

introvert [Psychol] n • introvertito

introvert v • introverter

introverted [Psychol] adj • introvertite (pp of introverter)

introverted [Psychol] adj • introvertite

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

intrude (thrust or force in or upon) v • intruder

intrude v • intruder

intrude v • intruder (se)

intruder n • intruso

intruding adj • intruse

intrusion (act of intruding upon someone) n • intrusion

intrusion n • intrusion

intrusive adj • intrusive

intubate [Med] v • intubar

intubation [Med] n • intubation

intuition n • intuition

intuitive adj • intuitive

intumesce, swell v • tumer

intumesce v • intumescer

intumesce v • tumescer

intumescence n • intumescentia

intumescent adj • intumescente (ppr of intumescer)

intumescent adj • intumescente

intussuception, invagination n • invagination

intussusception [Physiol] n • intussusception

inundate, flood v • inundar

inundate v • inundar

inundation, flood n • inundation

inundation n • alluvion

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

inurbane adj • inurban

inure to war v • aguerrir

inuring to war (act of) n • aguerrimento

invade v • invader -vad-/-vas-]

invade v • invader

invader n • invasor

invaginate, invaginated adj • invaginate (pp of invaginar)

invaginate, invaginated adj • invaginate

invaginate v • invaginar

invaginated, invaginate adj • invaginate

invaginated, invaginate adj • invaginate (pp of invaginar)

invagination, intussuception n • invagination

invalid, disabled adj • invalide

invalid, disabled adj • invalide (-và-)

invalid, infirm adj • valetudinari

invalid, lapsed, expired adj • perempte

invalid n • valetudinario

invalid n • invalido

invalid n • invalido (-và-)

invalid (null, disabled) adj • invalide

invalid, without legal force adj • invalide

invalid, without legal force adj • invalide (-và-)

invalidate, annul v • dirimer

invalidate v • invalidar

invalidate v • infirmar

invalidation n • infirmation

invalidation n • invalidation

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

invaluable adj • inestimabile

invariability n • invariabilitate

invariable adj • invariabile

invasion n • invasion

invasive adj • invasive

invective, abuse n • invectiva

invective n • invectiva

inveigh v • inveher -veh-/-vect-]

inveigh v • inveher

inveigle, beguile v • captar

inveigling (act of) n • captation

invent, devise v • imaginar

invent v • inventar

invented adj • inventate

invention n • invention

inventive adj • inventive

inventor n • inventor

inventory n • inventario

inventory (take -) v • inventariar

inventory v • inventariar

inverse adj • inverse

inverse n • inverso

inversion n • inversion

inversive adj • inversive

invert v • inverter

invert v • inverter -vert-/-vers-]

invertase, invertin [Biochem] n • invertina

invertebrate adj • invertebrate

invertebrate n • invertebrato

invertebrate [Zool] n • invertebrato

inverted adj • invertite

inverted-commas n • virgulettas

invertin, invertase [Biochem] n • invertina

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

invest v • investir

invest with a halo, halo v • aureolar

invested with a halo, haloed adj • aureolate

investigable adj • investigabile

investigate, go deeply into, fathom v • approfundar

investigate, search v • recercar

investigate v • investigar

investigation n • investigation

investigation, search n • recerca

investigation (thorough) n • approfundamento

investigator n • investigator

investigator, searcher n • recercator

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

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

investment [Fin] n • investimento

investment n • investimento

investor n • investitor

inveterate adj • inveterate

invigorate v • vigorar

invincibility n • invincibilitate

invincible adj • invincibile

inviolability n • inviolabilitate

inviolable adj • inviolabile

inviolate adj • inviolate

invisibility n • invisibilitate

invisible adj • invisibile

invitation n • invitation

invitatory [Eccl] n • invitatorio

invitatory, inviting adj • invitatori

invite (provoke) v • provocar

invite (request to come) v • invitar

invite v • invitar

invite v • convitar

inviter, one who invites n • invitator

inviting, invitatory adj • invitatori

invocation n • invocation

invocatory adj • invocatori

invoice, bill n • factura

invoice, bill v • facturar

invoice n • factura

invoice v • facturar

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

invoke v • invocar

invoker n • invocator

involuntary adj • involuntari

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

involution (1. act of involving) n • involution

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

involve (1. to entangle, implicate; 2. to imply) v • involver -volv-/-volut-]

involve (implicate) v • implicar

involve (require) v • requirer

involve v • involver

involve in debt, to indebt v • indebitar

involved adj • involvite

involvement (implication) n • implication

involvement n • involvimento

invulnerability n • invulnerabilitate

invulnerable adj • invulnerabile

inward adj • interne

inward adj • interior

inward adv • verso le interior

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

in-whatever-way adv • comocunque

in-which adv • ubi

iodate n • iodato

iodate v • iodar

iodic adj • iodic

iodine n • iodo

iodism [Med] n • iodismo

iodoform n • iodoformo

iodometry n • iodometria

iodometry n • iodometria (-ìa)

iodous adj • iodose

ion n • ion

ion n • ion (ì-)

ionic [Phys] adj • ionic

ionization n • ionisation

ionize v • ionisar

ionosphere n • ionosphera

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

Iphigenia [Gr. Mythol] n • Iphigenia (-ìa)

Iphigenia [Gr. Mythol] n • Iphigenia

ipso facto phr • ipso facto

Iran [Geog] n • Iran

iranian adj • iranian

iranian n • iraniano

Iraq [Geog] n • Irak

Iraqi adj/n • iraqui

Iraqi adj/n • iraki

irascibility n • irascibilitate

irascible adj • irascibile

irascible, choleric adj • choleric

irate adj • irate

irate, angry, wrathful adj • irate

ire, anger, wrath n • ira

Ireland [Geog] n • Irlanda

Ireland n • Irlanda

iridaceous [Bot] adj • iridacee

iridesce v • iridescer

iridescence, irization n • irisation

iridescence n • iridescentia

iridescent adj • iridescente (ppr of iridescer)

iridescent adj • iridescente

iridium n • iridium

iridize, make iridescent v • irisar

Iris [Gr. Relig] n • Iride

Iris [Gr. Relig] n • Iris

iris n • iride

irish adj/n • irlandese

Irish irlandese adj • irlandese

Irishman, Irishwoman adj • irlandese

irishman n • irlandese

Irishwoman, Irishman adj • irlandese

iritis [Med] n • iritis

iritis [Med] n • iritis (-ìtis)

irization, iridescence n • irisation

irksome, annoying, troublesome adj • moleste

iron adj • de ferro

iron (domestic) n • ferro de repassar

iron (furnish or cover with iron) v • ferrar

iron n • ferro

iron (the metal) n • ferro

iron v • repassar

iron monger n • quincaliero

iron monger n • negotiante in ferramentos

iron mongery n • quincalia

iron pyrites, fool's gold, pyrite [Mineral] n • pyrite

iron work n • ferramento

iron-curtain n • cortina de ferro

ironic adj • ironic

ironical, ironic adj • ironic

ironing n • repassage

ironing-board n • tabula de repassar

ironist n • ironista

ironize, speak ironically v • ironisar

irony n • ironia

irony n • ironia (-ìa)

irradiant adj • irradiante (ppr of irradiar)

irradiant adj • irradiante

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

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

irradiator n • irradiator

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

irrational adj • irrational

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

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

irrationally adv • irrationalmente

irreconcilability n • irreconciliabilitate

irreconcilable adj • irreconciliabile

irrecoverable adj • irrecuperabile

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

irredeemable (not redeemable) adj • irredimibile

irredenta n • irredenta

irredenta n • irredenta I]

Irredentism n • irredentismo

Irredentist n • irredentista

irreducibility n • irreducibilitate

irreducible adj • irreducibile

irreformable adj • irreformabile

irrefrangibility n • irrefrangibilitate

irrefrangible adj • irrefrangibile

irrefutability n • irrefutabilitate

irrefutable adj • irrefutabile

irregular adj • irregular

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

irregularity n • irregularitate

irrelevance n • impertinentia

irrelevance n • inapplicabilitate

irrelevant adj • foras de proposito

irrelevant adj • non pertinente

irreligion n • irreligion

irreligious adj • irreligiose

irreligiousness n • irreligiositate

irremediable adj • irremediabile

irremissibility n • irremissibilitate

irremissible adj • irremissibile

irremovable, not removable adj • inamovibile

irremunerable adj • irremunerabile

irreparability n • irreparabilitate

irreparable adj • irreparabile

irreprehensible, irreproachable adj • irreprehensibile

irrepressible adj • repressibile

irreproachable adj • irreprochabile

irreproachable, irreprehensible adj • irreprehensibile

irresistibility n • irresistibilitate

irresistible adj • irresistibile

irresoluble, irresolvable adj • irresolubile

irresolute adj • irresolute

irresoluteness, irresolution n • irresolution

irresoluteness n • irresolution

irresolution, irresoluteness n • irresolution

irresolution n • irresolution

irresolvable, irresoluble adj • irresolubile

irrespective prep • a parte

irrespective prep • independente

irrespirable (not fit for respiration) adj • irrespirabile

irresponsibility n • irresponsabilitate

irresponsible adj • irresponsabile

irreverence n • irreverentia

irreverent adj • irreverente

irreverent, indevout adj • indevote

irreversible adj • irreversibile

irrevocability n • irrevocabilitate

irrevocable adj • irrevocabile

irrigable adj • irrigabile

irrigate v • irrigar

irrigation n • irrigation

irrigative, irrigatory adj • irrigatori

irrigator n • irrigator

irrigatory, irrigative adj • irrigatori

irritability n • irritabilitate

irritable adj • irritabile

irritant n • irritante

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

irritate v • irritar

irritate, vex, annoy v • vexar

irritating adj • irritante

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

irritation n • irritation

irritation, vexation n • vexation

irrupt, break into, burst into v • irrumper

irruption n • irruption

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

Isaiah n • Isaia (-sàia)

Isaiah n • Isaia

Islam n • islam

islam n • islam

islamic adj • islamic

Islamic, Islamitic adj • islamic

Islamic, Islamitic adj • islamitic

Islamism n • islamismo

Islamitic, Islamic adj • islamitic

Islamitic, Islamic adj • islamic

Islamize v • islamisar

island, isle n • insula

island, isle n • insula (ìn-)

island n • insula

islander n • insulario

isle, island n • insula (ìn-)

isle, island n • insula

isle n • insula

Isle-of-Man [Geog] n • Insula de Man

isn't (is not) v • no es

isn't it interrog • non esque?

isn't it interrog • nonne?

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

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

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

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

isobaric [Phys/Geog] adj • isobare

isochronal adj • isochrone

isochronism n • isochronismo

isoclinal adj • isocline

isocline n • isoclino (-ò-)

isocline n • isoclino

isodiametric adj • isodiametric

isodynamic adj • isodynamic

isogamous [Biol] adj • isogame

isogamous [Biol] adj • isogame (-ò-)

isogamy n • isogamia

isogamy n • isogamia (-ìa)

isogonal adj • isogone

isolate, insulate v • isolar

isolate v • isolar

isolated, lonely, solitary adj • isolate

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

isolation n • isolation

isolation n • insulamento

isolation n • isolamento

isolator (one who or that which isolates) n • isolator

isomeric, isomerous [Chem.] adj • isomere

isomerism [Chem] n • isomerismo

isomerous, isomeric [Chem.] adj • isomere

isometric adj • isometric

isomorphic adj • isomorphe

isomorphism n • isomorphismo

isosceles adj • isoscele

isotherm n • isotherma

isothermal adj • isotherme

isotope [Chem] n • isotopo (-sò-)

isotope [Chem] n • isotopo

isotopic [Chem] adj • isotope

isotopic [Chem] adj • isotope (-sò-)

Israel [Geog] n • Israel

Israel n • Israel

israeli adj/n • israelita

israeli adj/n • israeli

israelite adj/n • israelita

Israelite n • israelita

issue (a book) vt • publicar

issue (a decree) v • promulgar

issue (children) n • prole

issue (children) n • descendentia

issue (come out) vi • sortir

issue (come out) vi • exir

issue (matter) n • question

issue (of book) n • edition

issue (of magazine) n • numero

issue (outcome) n • resultato

issue (problem) n • problema

issue (produced by cauterizlng) Med] n • cauterio

issue (shares, stamps) v • emitter

issue forth, debouch v • disbuccar

issuing forth, debouching (action of) n • disbuccamento

isthmian adj • isthmic

isthmus n • isthmo

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

it (as in I like it, I'll give it another thought) adj • le def art the

it (as in I like it, I'll give it another thought) pron pers • lo

it impers pron • il

it (impersonal) pron • il

it (object) pron • lo

it pron pers • id

it (subject and after prep) pron • illo

it [used as subject, and as object of a prep] pron • illo

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

Italian adj • italian

italian adj • italian

italian n • italiano

Italianism n • italianismo

Italianize v • italianisar

Italic adj • italic

italic adj • italic

italic [Print] adj • italic

italic [Print] n • italico

italics n • italico

italics n • cursiva

Italy [Geog] n • Italia

Italy n • Italia

itch (have an itching sensation) v • formicar

itch n • prurito

itch, pruritus n • prurito

itch v • prurir

itching n • formicamento

itchy adj • pruriente

item adv • item

item adv • item (ì-)

item (article) n • articulo

item (detail) n • detalio

item (entry) n • partita

item (in agenda) n • puncto

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

iteration, repetition n • iteration

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

itinerancy n • itinerantia

itinerant adj • itinerante

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

itinerary n • itinerario

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

its adj • su

its pron • le sue, le sues

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

itself (object) pron • se

itself (subject) pron • ipse, mesme

itself (subject) pron • mesme, ipse

ivory adj • eboree

ivory, dentine n • dentina

ivory n • ebore

ivy n • hedera (hé-)

ivy n • hedera