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p (letter -) n • littera p (pe)

pace (1. step; 2. gait) n • passo

pace (speed) n • velocitate

pace (step) n • passo

pace v • mesurar a passos

pachy- (thick, large) occurring in compounds] adj • pachy-

pachyderm n • pachydermo

pachydermatous (1. pachydermous, thick-skinned; 2. pertaining to pachyderms) adj • pachyderme

pachydermatous, pachydermic adj • pachydermic

pachydermic, pachydermatous adj • pachydermic

pacific (1. tending to make peace; 2. loving peace; 3 . peaceful) adj • pacific

pacific adj • pacific

pacific n • pacifico

pacification n • pacification

Pacific-Ocean [Geog] n • Oceano Pacific

pacifier n • pacificator

pacifism n • pacifismo

pacifist n • pacifista

pacify (1. to reduce a country, to a state of peace; 2. to appease) v • pacificar

pacify v • pacificar

pack (as in to pack in a trunk) v • imballar

pack, bundle n • pacco

pack (bundle) n • pacco

pack (cards) n • collection

pack (hounds) n • muta

pack (in straw) v • impalear

pack (lies) n • texito

pack, make a pack of v • paccar

pack (thieves, wolves) n • banda

pack (up) v • impaccar

pack vi • facer su bagages.

pack vt • imballar, impacchettar

pack vt • impacchettar, imballar

pack, wrap, packet v • pacchettar

pack, wrap (up) v • impacchetar

package n • pacchetto

package, parcel, packet n • pacchetto

packer n • imballator, impaccator

packer n • impaccator

packer n • impaccator, imballator

packet n • pacchetto

packet, pack, wrap v • pacchettar

packet, package, parcel n • pacchetto

packing (- case) n • cassa de imballage

packing (in straw) n • impaleage (-aje)

packing (in straw) n • impaleage

packing n • imballage

packsaddle n • basto

pact n • pacto

pad (as in writing pad) n • bloco

pad (cushion) n • ampon, cossinetto

pad (cushion) n • cossinetto,tampon

pad (for writing) n • bloco

pad, stuff v • borrar

pad v • wattar, borrar

pad v • borrar, wattar

pad, wad, quilt v • wattar

padding (cotton-wool) n • watta

padding [Gen] • borra

padding, stuffing (material with which something is padded or stuffed) n • borra

paddle (as in to propel a canoe with a paddle) n • pagaia (-aya)

paddle (as in to propel a canoe with a paddle) n • pagaia

paddle n • pagaia

paddle (propel with a paddle) v • pagaiar

paddle vi • marchar in le aqua con pedes nude

paddle vt • pagaiar

paddler n • pagaiator

paddock [Horse Racing] n • paddock A]

paddock [Horse Racing] n • paddock

paddock n • Gen]

paddock (racing) n • paddock

paddyfield n • risiera

paddywaggon n • wagon de policia

padlock n • serratura pendente

padre n • cappellano militar

Paeon [Gr. Mythol] n • Peon

pagan adj • pagan

pagan, heathen adj • pagan

pagan, heathen n • pagano

pagan n • pagano

paganism, heathenism n • paganismo

paganize v • paganisar

page (in book) n • pagina

page (of a book) n • pagina

page (of a book) n • pagina (pà-)

page (servant) n • page

page v • cercar (un persona

pageant n • pompa

pageant n • spectaculo historic

pager n • clamator, pager

pager n • pager, clamator

paginate v • paginar

pagination n • pagination

pagoda n • pagoda

pail, buckct n • situla

pail, buckct n • situla (sì-)

pail n • situla

pailful, bucketful n • situlata

pain (1. ache; 2. grief) n • dolor

pain, ache adv • mal

pain (ache) n • dolor

pain (distress, grieve) v • penar

pain (esp. mental) n • pena

pain n • pena

pain, suffering n • suffrentia

pain in the hip, coxalgia n • coxalgia (-ìa)

pain in the hip, coxalgia n • coxalgia

pain in the legs, scelalgia [Pathol] n • scelalgia

pain in the legs, scelalgia [Pathol] n • scelalgia (-ìa)

painfll (hurting) adj • dolorose

painfll (mental) adj • penose

painful adj • penose

painful (causing pain) adj • dolorose

painkiller n • analgesico

painkilling drug n • medicamento contra le dolor, droga analgesic

painkilling drug n • droga analgesic, medicamento contra le dolor

painless adj • indolor

painstaking adj • laboriose

paint, make up v • fardar

paint, make-up, rouge [Cosmetics] n • fardo

paint n • color

paint, picture v • picturar

paint, rouge n • rouge F]

paint, rouge n • rouge

paint (the face) v • fardar

paint (use a painthrush) v • pincelar

paint (use paint) v • pinger

paint v • pinger

paint v • pinger ping-/pict-]

paint miniatures, miniature v • miniar

paintbrush, brush n • penicillo

paintbrush n • pincel

painter n • pictor

painthrush, brush n • pincel

painting (1. art of painting; 2. picture) n • pictura

painting n • pictura

paintress, woman painter n • pictoressa

pair (as in a pair of shoes) n • par

pair n • par

pair-of-scissors n • cisorios

pair-of-scissors v • arrangiar in pares

pajamas n • pajama

pajamas n • pajama Hind]

pajamas n • pyjama

Pakistan [Geog] n • Pakistan

pakistani adj/n • pakistani

pal n • camerada, amico

pal n • amico, camerada

palace n • palatio

palatable adj • agradabile

palatable adj • agradabile (al palato)

palatable (fig) adj • agradabile al palato

palatal (pertaining to the palate) adj • palatin

palatal [Phonet] adj • palatal

palatalization [Phonet] n • palatalisation

palatalize [Phonet] v • palatalisar

palate n • palato

palatial adj • palatial

palatinate n • palatinato

palatine (1. Germ. Hist] (count palatine; 2. Polish Hist]) n • palatino

palatine (of or pertaining to a palace) adj • palatin

pale adj • pallide

pale, grow pale v • palidir

pale, light-colored adj • clarette

pale n • limite

pale v • pallidir

paleness n • pallor

paleo-, pale- (ancient, early) occurring in compounds] adj • pale-

paleographer n • paleographo

paleographer n • paleographo (-ògrapho)

paleographic, paleographical adj • paleographic

paleographical, paleographic adj • paleographic

paleography n • paleographia

paleography n • paleographia (-ìa)

paleolith [Archeol] n • paleolitho

paleolith [Archeol] n • paleolitho (-ò-)

paleolithic [Archeol] adj • paleolithic

paleontography n • paleontographia (-ìa)

paleontography n • paleontographia

paleontological adj • paleontologic

paleontologist n • paleontologista

paleontologist n • paleontologo

paleontologist n • paleontologo (-òlogo)

paleontology n • paleontologia (-ìa)

paleontology n • paleontologia

Paleozoic adj • paleozoic (-òic)

Paleozoic adj • paleozoic

Paleozoic (era) n • paleozoica

Paleozoic (era) n • paleozoica (-òica)

Palestine [Geog] n • Palestina

Palestine n • Palestina

Palestinian adj • palestin

palestinian adj • palestin

palestinian n • palestino

Palestinian n • palestino

palette n • paletta

palette-knife n • spatula

palimpsest n • palimpsesto

palin-, palim- (again) occurring in compounds] adv • palin

palindrome n • palindromo (-ìn-)

palindrome n • palindromo

paling n • palissada

palingenesis n • palingenesis (-gé-)

palingenesis n • palingenesis

palingenesis n • palingenese (-gé-)

palingenesis n • palingenese

palinode (1. Poet]; 2. recantation) n • palinodia

palinode (1. Poet]; 2. recantation) n • palinodia (-ìa)

palinodic adj • palinodic

palinodist n • palinodista

palisade (fence of pales or stakes) n • palissada

palisade v • palissadar

pall (cloth for coffin) n • drappo mortuari

pall (gloomy darkness) n • obscuritate

pall v • devenir insipide

palladic adj • paladic

Palladium [Gr. Mythol] n • Palladio

palladium (the metal palladium) n • palladium (-là-)

palladium (the metal palladium) n • palladium

Pallas (1. Gr. Mythol]; 2. Astron]) n • Pallade (pàl-)

Pallas (1. Gr. Mythol]; 2. Astron]) n • Pallas (pàl-)

Pallas (1. Gr. Mythol]; 2. Astron]) n • Pallas

Pallas (1. Gr. Mythol]; 2. Astron]) n • Pallade

palliasse, straw-mattress n • paleassa

palliate (easing without curing) v • palliatar

palliative n • palliativo

pallor n • pallor

palm (1. palm of the hand; 2. palm tree; 3. palm frond) n • palma

palm (bot. and anat) n • palma

palmate (1. Bot]; 2. Zool] (webbed) adj • palmate

palmer (pilgrim returning from the Holy Land) n • palmero

palmist, chiromancer n • chiromante

palmist n • chiromante

palmistry, chiromancy n • chiromantia (-ìa)

palmistry, chiromancy n • chiromantia

palmistry n • chiromantia

palm-sunday n • dominica del palmas

palpability n • palpabilitate

palpable adj • palpabile

palpebral adj • palpebral

palpitate v • palpitar

palpitation n • palpitation

palter (act insincerely) v • comportar se insincermente

palter (haggle) v • negotiar cavillosemente

paltry, shabby, mean adj • meschin

paltry (tricky, mean) adj • meschin

paludism [Med] n • paludismo

Pampas [Geog] n • Pampas

pampas n • pampa

pamper v • tractar con indulgentia excessive

pampers (diapers trademark) n • pannos

pampers (diapers trademark) n • pannos (de baby)

pamphlet, brochure n • brochure F]

pamphlet, brochure n • brochure

pamphlet n • brochure

pan- (all) occurring in compounds] adj • pan-

pan (for frying) n • patella

Pan [Gr. Relig] n • Pan

pan (saucepan) n • casserola

panac- (all-healing) occurring in derivatives] adj • panac-

panacea n • panacea (-éa)

panacea n • panacea

Panama [Geog] n • Panama

panama (hat) n • panama (-mà)

panama (hat) n • panama

Panama n • Panama

Panama n • Panama (-mà)

pan-american adj • panamerican

Pan-American adj • panamerican

pancake n • torta de patella

pancreas [Anat] n • pancreas

pancreas n • pancreas -as/-at-] (pàn-)

pancreas n • pancreas

pancreatic adj • pancreatic

pancreatin [Chem] n • pancreatina

pancreatin n • Chem]

pancreatitis n • pancreatitis

pancreatitis [Pathol] n • pancreatitis (-ìtis)

pancreatitis [Pathol] n • pancreatitis

panda (- bear) n • panda

panda n • panda

Pandects, digest [Law] n • digesto

Pandects (Emperor Justinian's compilation of Roman Law) n • pan-dectas

pandemic adj • pandemic

pandemic n • pandemia (-ìa)

pandemic n • pandemia

Pandemonium n • pandemonio

pandemonium n • strepito infernal, pandemonio

pandemonium n • pandemonio, strepito infernal

pander v • incoragiar

pander v • incoragiar (le vitios)

Pandora [Gr. Mythol] n • Pandora

Pandora n • Pandora

pandora, pandore, bandore, mandola, mandora (musical instrument similar to a mandolin, but larger) n • mandola I]

pandora, pandore, bandore, mandola, mandora (musical instrument similar to a mandolin, but larger) n • mandola

Pandora (-'s box) n • le cassa de pandora

pandore, bandore, mandola, mandora, pandora (musical instrument similar to a mandolin, but larger) n • mandola

pandore, bandore, mandola, mandora, pandora (musical instrument similar to a mandolin, but larger) n • mandola I]

pane n • vitro

pane, windowpane n • vitro

panegyric adj • panegyric

panegyric n • panegyrico

panegyrical adj • panegyric

panegyris, panegyry (festive assembly in honor of a god) Gr. Antiq] n • panegyris (-égiris)

panegyris, panegyry (festive assembly in honor of a god) Gr. Antiq] n • panegyris

panegyrist n • panegyrista

panegyrize v • panegyrisar

panegyry (festive assembly in honor of a god) n • panegyris

panel (compartment and material) n • pannello

panel (distinct compartment of a surface) n • pannello

panel (jury) n • jury, gruppo de expertos.

panel (list) n • lista

panel v • revestir de ligno

panelling n • revestimento

panelling n • revestimento (de ligno)

pang n • dolor

Pan-German adj • pangerman

Pan-Germanism n • pangermanismo

Pan-Germanist n • pangermanista

Panhellenism n • panhellenismo

panic adj • panic

panic n • panico

panic, terror n • affollamento

panic v • affollar (se)

panic v • affollar

panic-stricken adj • colpate de panico, terrificate

panic-stricken adj • terrificate, colpate de panico

panification n • panification

panniculus [Anat] n • panniculo

pannier n • paniero

panoply n • panoplia

panoptic adj • panoptic

panopticon (1. Penology ]; 2. exhibition of wax figures; 3. Optics, etc]; 4. Basic English]) n • panoptico

panorama n • panorama

panoramic adj • panoramic

Panslavism n • panslavismo

Panslavism n • slavismo

Panslavist n • panslavista

pansy n • pensata

pansy (Viola tricolor) n • pensata

pant, gasp v • anhelar

pant v • anhelar

Pantagruel n • Pantagruel

Pantagruelian adj • pantagruelic

Pantagruelism n • pantagruelismo

Pantagruelist n • pantagruelista

pantaloon [Theat] n • pantalon

pantaloonery, buffoonery n • pantalonada

pantelegraph, facsimile telegraph [Elec] n • pantelegrapho

pantelegraph, facsimile telegraph [Elec] n • pantelegrapho (-lé-)

pantheism n • pantheismo

pantheism n • pantheismo (-ìzmo)

pantheist n • pantheista

pantheist n • pantheista (-ìsta)

pantheistic adj • pantheistic (-ìstic)

pantheistic adj • pantheistic

pantheistic adj • pantheista

pantheistic adj • pantheista (-ìsta)

pantheon (1. Class.. Hist]; 2. the aggregate gods) n • pantheon

panther n • panthera

panties n • calceones

panties n • calceones (de femina)

panting, gasping n • anhelation

pantler [Hist] n • panetero

pantograph n • pantographo (-tò-)

pantograph n • pantographo

pantographic adj • pantographic

pantography n • pantographia (-ìa)

pantography n • pantographia

pantometer n • pantometro

pantometer n • pantometro (-tò-)

pantomime (classical) n • pantomima

pantomime, dumb show n • pantomima

pantomime, mimodrama n • mimodrama

pantomime n • Brit

pantomime, pantomimic adj • pantomime

pantomime, pantomimist n • pantomimo

pantomime v • pantomimar

pantomimic, pantomime adj • pantomimic

pantry n • dispensa

pants (trousers) n • pantalones

pants (underpants) n • calceones

panzer, armored, armor-plated adj • cuirassate

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

pap n • pappa

papa, daddy n • papa

papa n • papa

papa, papas, pope [Orthodox Ch] n • pope

papable (qualified for the papacy) adj • papabile

papacy (1. office and dignity of the Pope; 2. Pope's tenure of office) n • papato

papacy n • papato

papal adj • papal

papal v • papal

paparchy (papal rule) n • paparchia (-ìa)

paparchy (papal rule) n • paparchia

papas, pope, papa [Orthodox Ch] n • pope

papaveraceous [Bot] adj • papaveracee

paper (academic) n • discurso

paper (as in linen paper, writing paper) n • papiro

paper, document [Law, Com] n • scriptura

paper (document) n • documento

paper (examination) n • examine

paper (gentile) n • papiro

paper (newspaper) n • jornal

paper v • tapissar con papiro

paper cutter, paper knife n • secapapiro

paper knife, paper cutter n • secapapiro

paper streamer, serpentin n • serpentino

paperback n • libro de tasca, libro brochate

paperback n • libro brochate, libro de tasca

paperboy n • livrator de jornales

paperclip n • crampa (pro serrar papiros)

paperclip n • crampa

paper-knife n • secapapiro

papermaker n • papirero

paper-money n • papiro moneta

paperweight, letterweight n • cargapapiros

paperweight, letterweight n • cargapapiros (-pì-)

paperweight, letterweight n • cargalitteras (-lìt-)

paperweight, letterweight n • cargalitteras

paperweight n • cargapapiros

paperwork n • labores administrative

papier-mache n • papier-mache

papilionaeeous adj • papilionacee

papilla (1. nipple; 2. vascular protruberance of the dermal layer of the skin; 3. Bot]) n • papilla

papillary adj • papillar

papillectomy [Surg] n • papillectomia

papillectomy [Surg] n • papillectomia (-ìa)

papillus, lapillo [Geol] n • lapillo

papillus, lapillo [Geol] n • lapillo I]

Papio, Cynocephalus [Zool] n • cynocephalo (-cé-)

Papio, Cynocephalus [Zool] n • cynocephalo

papism n • papismo

papist adj/n • papista

papist n • papista

paprika n • paprika

paprika n • paprika Hu]

Papua-New-Guinea [Geog] n • Papua Nove Guinea

papyraceous adj • papyracee

papyrus n • papyro

par (above -) adv • super le par

par (below -) adv • sub le par

par [Fin] n • par

par (french: - avion) adv • per avion, via aeree

par (french: - avion) adv • via aeree, per avion

par n • par

par (on a - with) phr • equivalente a, par a

par (on a - with) phr • par a, equivalente a

parable n • parabola (-rà-)

parable n • parabola

parabola [Math] n • parabola

parabola [Math] n • parabola (-rà-)

parabolic (1. pertaining to parables; 2. Math]) adj • parabolic

paraboloid n • paraboloide

parachute n • paracadita

parachute v • descender con paracadita

parachutist n • paracaditista

parade (1. show, display; 2. Mil]) n • parada

parade n • parada

parade, strut about v • paradar

parade v • paradar

paradise n • paradiso

paradisiacal adj • paradisiac

paradisiacal adj • paradisiac (-ìac)

paradox n • paradoxo

paradoxical adj • paradoxe

paradoxically adv • paradoxemente

paraffin (oil) n • kerosen

paraffin, paraffine [Chem] n • paraffin

paraffin (wax) n • paraffin (solide)

paraffin (wax) n • paraffin

paraffin oil, kerosene n • kerosen

paraffine, paraffin [Chem] n • paraffin

paragon n • modello

paragon n • modello (de virtute)

paragraph (1. paragraph in a letter; 2. paragraph sign) n • paragrapho

paragraph (1. paragraph in a letter; 2. paragraph sign) n • paragrapho (-àgrafo)

paragraph n • paragrapho

paragraphia [Pathol] n • paragraphia

paragraphia [Pathol] n • paragraphia (-ìa)

Paraguay [Geog] n • Paraguay

parakeet, parrot n • parochetto

parallax n • parallaxe

parallel (1. Geog]; 2. comparison) n • parallelo

parallel (1. Geom]; 2. Fortif]) n • parallela

parallel adj • parallel

parallel [Geog] n • parallelo

parallel (geom) n • parallela

parallel v • equalar

parallelepiped n • parallelepipedo

parallelepiped n • parallelepipedo (-pìpedo)

parallelism n • parallelismo

parallelogram n • parallelogrammo

paralogism n • paralogismo

paralogize v • paralogisar

paralyse v • paralysar

paralysis n • paralyse (-àlyse)

paralysis n • paralyse

paralytic (1. pertaining to paralysis; 2. affeted with paralysis) adj • paralytic

paralytic n • paralytico

paralyze v • paralysar

parameter n • parametro

paramount adj • supreme

paramour, lover n • amante

paramour, one living in concubinage n • concubino

paranoia n • paranoia

parapet n • parapetto

paraphernal paraphernal [Rom. Law] adj • paraphernal

paraphernalia n • paraphernales

paraphrase n • paraphrase (-ràphrase)

paraphrase n • paraphrase

paraphrase v • paraphrasar

paraphraser n • paraphrasator

paraphrast n • paraphraste

paraphrstic adj • paraphrastic

paraplegia [Pathol] n • paraplegia (-ìa)

paraplegia [Pathol] n • paraplegia

paraplegic [Pathol] adj • paraplegic

parasite n • parasito

parasitic, parasitical adj • parasite

parasitic, parasitical adj • parasitic

parasitical, parasitic adj • parasitic

parasitical, parasitic adj • parasite

parasiticide n • parasiticida

parasitism n • parasitismo

parasitology n • parasitologia (-ìa)

parasitology n • parasitologia

parasol n • parasol

paratrooper (soldato) n • paracaditista

paratyphoid paratyphoide adj • paratyphoide

parcel (land) n • parcella

parcel, lot [Commer] n • partita

parcel, packet, package n • pacchetto

parcel (packet) n • pacchetto

parcel-post n • servicio de pacchos postal

parcel-up v • impacchettar

parch n • torrefacer

parch, scorch v • torrer torr-/tost-]

parch, scorch v • torrer

parchment n • pergamena

pardon (a criminal) v • gratiar

pardon, forgive v • pardonar

pardon, forgiveness n • pardono

pardon n • pardono perdon

pardon v • pardonar, perdonar

pardon v • perdonar, pardonar

pardonable adj • perdonabile, pardonabile

pardonable adj • gratiabile

pardonable adj • pardonabile, perdonabile

pardonable adj • pardonabile

pardon-me v • perdona me, pardono

pardon-me v • pardono, perdona me

pare v • pellar

pared adj • pellate

parent n • parente, genitor

parent n • genitor, parente

parental adj • parental

parentheses [Typog] n • parenthese

parentheses [Typog] n • parenthese (-éntese)

parenthesis n • parenthese

parenthesis (parenthetic phrase, sentence) n • parenthese

parenthesis (parenthetic phrase, sentence) n • parenthese (-éntese)

parenthetic, parenthetical adj • parenthetic

parenthetical, parenthetic adj • parenthetic

parenthood n • maternitate, paternitate

parenthood n • paternitate, maternitate

pariah (1. one of a low caste in Southern India; 2. social outcast) n • paria

parietal [Anat/Bot/Zool] adj • parietal

paring adj/n • pellante

parish (division of a diocese) n • parochia

parish n • parochia

parish, parochial adj • parochian

parish priest n • parocho (pà-)

parish priest n • parocho

parishioner n • parochiano

parish-priest n • parocho

parisyllabic adj • parisyllabic

parisyllabic adj • parisyllabe (-sì-)

parisyllabic adj • parisyllabe

parisyllabic n • parisyllabo (-sì-)

parisyllabic n • parisyllabo

parity, equality n • paritate

parity n • paritate

park n • parco

park v • parcar

parking n • parcamento

parking lot n • parco de automobiles

parking meter n • parcometro

parley n • conferentia

parley v • parlamentar

parliament n • parlamento

parliamentarianism n • parlamentarismo

parliamentary adj • parlamentari

parliamentary (person sent to parley with the enemy) n • parlamentario

parlor (in a convent) n • parlatorio

parlor, -lour n • salon

parlous (precarious, dangerous) adj • periculose

Parma n • Parma

Parmesan, Parmese adj • parmesan

Parmesan cheese n • parmesano

Parmese n • parmesano

Parnassian (pertaining to the Parnassus) adj • parnassian

paroch- (neighboring) occurring in derivatives] adj • paroch-

parochial adj • parochial

parochial, parish adj • parochian

parochial (pertaining to a parish) adj • parochial

parodist n • travestitor

parodist n • parodista

parody n • parodia, travestimento

parody n • travestimento, parodia

parody n • parodia

parody n • parodia (-ìa)

parody v • parodiar

parody v • travestir, parodiar

parody v • travestir

parody v • parodiar, travestir

parodying, parody (act of) n • travestimento

parole n • parola de honor

parole (on -) n • libere super parola

paronym n • paronymo (-ò-)

paronym n • paronymo

paronymous adj • paronyme (-ò-)

paronymous adj • paronyme

parotid gland n • parotide

parotid gland n • parotide (-rò-)

parotitis [Pathol] n • parotiditis (-ìtis)

parotitis [Pathol] n • parotiditis

paroxysm n • paroxysmo

paroxytone [Phonet] adj • paroxytone

parquet (lower part of floor) n • parquet

parquet n • parquet

parquet n • parquet F]

parricide (act of killing one's father or mother) n • parricidio

parricide (one who kills his father or mother) n • parricida

parrot n • papagai

parrot n • psittaco

parrot n • psittaco (psì-)

parrot n • papagallo, parochetto, papagai

parrot n • papagai, papagallo, parochetto

parrot n • papagai (-ài)

parrot n • parochetto, papagai, papagallo

parrot, parakeet n • parochetto

parry n • parada

parry n • parata

parry v • parar

parry, ward off v • parar

Parsee, Parsi n • parsi

Parsee, Parsi n • parsi (-sì) Persian]

Parsi, Parsee n • parsi

Parsi, Parsee n • parsi (-sì) Persian]

parsimonious adj • parsimoniose

parsimonious, stingy adj • parsimoniose

parsimony, stinginess n • parsimonia

parsley n • petrosilio

parsnip n • pastinaca

parson n • pastor

parsonage n • presbyterio

part (1. piece, portion, share; 2. side in an argument; 3. role) n • parte

part, divide v • partir

part n • parte

part (spare -) n • pecia de recambio

part v • partir

partake, participate, share v • participar

partake v • prender parte (in)

partake v • prender parte

parterre (1. Gardening]; 2. Theat]) n • parterre F]

parterre (1. Gardening]; 2. Theat]) n • parterre

partheno-, parthen- (virgin) occurring in derivatives and compounds] n • partheno-

parthenogenesis (1. Biol]; 2. Bot]) n • parthenogenese (-gé-)

parthenogenesis (1. Biol]; 2. Bot]) n • parthenogenesis (-gé-)

parthenogenesis (1. Biol]; 2. Bot]) n • parthenogenesis

parthenogenesis (1. Biol]; 2. Bot]) n • parthenogenese

parthenogenesis (development from unfertilized egg) n • parthenogenese

parthenogenetic adj • parthenogenetic

Parthenon n • Parthenon

Parthia n • Parthia

Parthian adj • parthe

Parthian n • partho

partial (1. not complete or total; 2. biased) adj • partial

partial adj • in parte, partial

partial adj • partial, in parte

partial blindness, meropia [Med] n • meropia

partial blindness, meropia [Med] n • meropia (-ìa)

partiality (favorable prejudice) n • partialitate

partiality (liking) n • predilection

partiality (prejudice) n • partialitate

partially adv • partialmente

participant, sharer n • participante

participant, sharing adj • participe (-tì-)

participant, sharing adj • participe

participate, share, partake v • participar

participate v • participar

participation n • participation

participator n • participator

participial [Gram] adj • participial

participle n • participio

particle (1. small portion) n • particula

particle n • particula

particle, portion, small portion n • parcella

particular (1. individual, personal, peculiar; 2. special) adj • particular

particular (individual point, item) n • particular

particular, meticulous adj • minutiose

particular (meticulous) adj • minutiose

particular n • particularitate

particular n • detalio

particular (specific) adj • particular

particularism n • particularismo

particularist (1. Theol]; 2. Pol]) n • particularista

particularization (act of going into particulars or details) n • particularisation

particularize (1. to go into particulars or details; 2. to itemize, mention separately or individually) v • particularisar

particularly, chiefly, especially adv • presertim

particularly, chiefly, especially adv • presertim (-sér-)

parting adj • ultime, de partita

parting adj • de partita, ultime

parting (departure) n • partita

parting (of hair) n • riga

parting (separation) n • separation

partisan (adherent of a party) n • partitario

partisan adj • de partito

partisan, guerrilla n • guerrillero

partisan, guerrilla n • guerrillero (-lyéro)

partisan (mil) n • guerrillero

partisan (strong supporter of a person, party, or cause) n • partisano

partisan (supporter) n • partisano

partisanship, partisanism n • partitarismo

partite, divided adj • partite (pp of partir)

partite, divided adj • partite

partition (division into parts) n • partition

partition n • partition

partition v • compartir

partition into smaller parts v • compartir

partitive [Gram] adj • partitive

partly adv • in parte

partner, associate n • socio

partner (business) n • socio

partner n • partenario, conjuge

partner v • esser partenario de, accompaniar

partner v • accompaniar, esser partenario de

partnership (go into - with) v • associar se con

partnership n • partenariato, societate

part-payment n • pagamento partial

partridge n • perdice

parts, region n • parte

part-time adj/n • a medie tempore

parturient (laboring, in labor) adj • parturiente

parturient (laboring, in labor) adj • parturiente (ppr of parturir)

parturition n • parturition

part-with v • ceder

party (1. social gathering; 2. small body of troops) n • partita

party (a political or religious party) n • partito

party (evening) n • soirée

party (evening) n • soirée F]

party (political) n • partito

party (social) n • soire, partita

party (social) n • partita, soire

party-wall n • muro divisori

parvenu n • parvenu F]

parvenu n • parvenu

paschal (pertaining to Passover or Easter) adj • paschal

pass (1. permission or permit to pass; 2. Fencing] (thrust; 3. manipulation of a mesmerist) n • passe F]

pass (1. permission or permit to pass; 2. Fencing] (thrust; 3. manipulation of a mesmerist) n • passe

pass (1. to move or go along; 2. to hand; 3. as in to pass a law, judgment) v • passar

pass (as in mountain pass) n • passo

pass, go v • mear

pass n • passo

pass, spend (a certain time) v • passar

pass v • passar

pass again, repass v • repassar

pass away, die v • transpassar

pass by v • preterir

pass on, transmit v • transmitter -mitt-/-miss ]

pass on, transmit v • transmitter

pass over, omit v • preterir

pass over in silence, keep to oneself v • tacer

pass the winter, winter v • hibernar

pass to and fro, go and come v • commear

passable, fair, fairly good adj • passabile

passable (of a route) adj • practicabile

passable, pervious adj • pervie

passable (that can be passed or traversed) adj • viabile

passable (tolerable) adj • passabile

passableness (state of being passable or traversable) n • viabilitate

passage (1. act of passing, crossing) n • passage

passage (1. act of passing, crossing) n • passage (-aje)

passage (act of passing, crossing) n • passada

passage n • passage

pass-away v • transpassar

passbook n • libretto de conto

passe partout (1. master key, passkey; 2. mount for framing pictures etc.) n • passe-partout

passe partout (1. master key, passkey; 2. mount for framing pictures etc.) n • passe-partout F]

passenger n • passagero

passenger n • passagero (-jéro)

passenger train n • traino de passageros

passer-by n • passante

passerby n • passante

passeriform, sparrowlike adj • passeriforme

passibility, passibleness n • passibilitate

passible adj • passibile

passibleness, passibility n • passibilitate

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

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

passing, transient adj • transiente

passing (transitory, fleeting) adj • passager (-jér)

passing (transitory, fleeting) adj • passager

passion (intense emotion) n • passion

passion n • passion

passion, suffering, affliction n • pathos (pàtos)

passion, suffering, affliction n • pathos

passional, passionary [Elccl] n • passionario

passional n Eccl. • passional

passionary, passional [Elccl] n • passionario

passionate adj • passionate (pp of passionar)

passionate adj • passionate

passionate, impassioned adj • passional

passionately adv • passionatemente

passionflower n • passiflor

passive adj • passive

passive [Gram] n • passivo

passive n • passivo

passivity n • passivitate

pass-off-as v • passar como

pass-on (circulate) v • circular

pass-on (die) v • deceder

pass-out v • exir, sortir

pass-out v • sortir, exir

pass-over (cross) v • transir

pass-over (hand) v • transmitter

pass-over n • pascha

pass-over n • pascha (del hebreos)

Passover n • pascha

pass-over (omit) v • omitter

passport n • passaporto

password n • contrasigno

past (1. belonging to former days; 2. Gram] (preterit) adj • preterite

past (1. belonging to former days; 2. Gram] (preterit) adj • preterite (-tér-)

past adj • passate (pp of passar)

past adj • passate

past adv • preter, ultra

past adv • ultra, preter

past, beyond adv • preter (pré-)

past, beyond adv • preter

past n • passato

past, preterit [Gram] n • preterito

past, preterit [Gram] n • preterito (-tér)

paste adj • false

paste (as in tooth paste) n • pasta

paste (for sticking) n • colla

paste, glue n • colla

paste, glue v • collar

paste n • Gen]

paste v • collar

pasteboard, cardboard n • carton

pasteboard n • carton

pasteboard work n • cartonage

pasteboard work n • cartonage (-aje)

pastel (1. pastel crayon; 2. drawing in pastel) n • pastello

pastel adj • morbide

pastel n • pastello

pastelist n • pastellista

pasteurization n • pasteurisation

pasteurize v • pasteurisar

pasteurizer n • pasteurisator

pastiche n • imitation

pastille (1. pastille of incense; 2. lozenge, troche) n • pastilla

pastille n • pastilla

pastime n • passatempore

pastiness, doughiness n • pastositate

pastlme n • diversion, passatempore

pastlme n • passatempore, diversion

pastor n • pastor

pastoral (1. pertaining to shepherds or country life; 2 . pertaining to a pastor or pastors) adj • pastoral

pastoral adj/n • pastoral

pastoral (poem) Lit] n • pastorella

pastorate, pastorship n • pastorato

pastorship, pastorate n • pastorato

past-participle n • participio passate

pastry (baked) n • pastisseria

pastry n • pastisseria

pastry n • pastisseria (-ìa)

pastry (unbaked) n • pasta

pastry cook n • pastissero

pastry shop n • pastisseria

pastry shop n • pastisseria (-ìa)

pastrybook n • pastissero

pasture (1. land on which cattle are grazed; 2. herbage for cattle) n • pastura

pasture, graze (1. to take or drive to pasture; 2. to browse) v • pascer

pasture, graze (1. to take or drive to pasture; 2. to browse) v • pascer pasc-/past-]

pasture, graze (browse) v • pasturar

pasture n • pastura

pasture vt/vi • pascer

pasture again v • repascer

pasture again v • repascer -pasc-/-past-]

pastureland n • pastura

pasty, doughy adj • pastose

pasty (made of paste) adj • de pasta

pasty, meat pie, fish pie n • pastata

pasty, meat pie n • pastisso

pasty n • pastisso

pasty (pale) adj • pallide

pat n • colpo legier

pat v • colpar legiermente

patch n • pecia (de reparation)

patch n • pecia

patch v • repeciar, sarcir, reparar

patch v • reparar, repeciar, sarcir

patch v • sarcir, reparar, repeciar

patching n • reparation, repeciamento

patching n • repeciamento, reparation

patch-up (a quarrel) v • componer

patch-up (mend) v • reparar

patchwork n • mosaico, labor de pecias

patchwork n • labor de pecias, mosaico

patchy adj • non uniforme

patella, kneecap [Anat] n • patella

patella, kneecap n • rotula

Patella, limpet [Zool] n • patella

patelliform adj • patelliforme

patent (1. letters patent; 2. inventor's patent) n • breveto

patent adj/n • patente

patent (an invention) v • brevetar

patent, manifest adj • patente

patent (patent on an invention) n • patente

patent v • patentar

patentee n • patentato

patent-leather adj/n • corio vernissate

paternal (1. pertaining to the father; 2. characteristic of a father, fatherly) adj • paternal

paternal (1. pertaining to the father; 2. characteristic of a father, fatherly) adj • paterne

paternal adj • paternal

paternity, fatherhood n • paternitate

paternity n • paternitate

paternoster (1. Lord's Prayer, Our Father; 2. any of the large beads of a rosary on which the Lord's Prayer is said) n • patrenostre

path (course) n • curso

path (course of action) n • via

path n • sentiero

path n • semita (sé-)

path n • semita

path (track) n • sentiero

pathetic adj • pathetic

pathetic adj • Fig]

pathetic, touching adj • toccante (ppr of toccar)

pathetic, touching adj • toccante

pathetic (touching) adj • toccante pathetic

pathgenesis n • pathogenesis (-énesis)

pathgenesis n • pathogenesis

pathogenesis n • pathogenese

pathogenesis n • pathogenese (-énese)

pathogenetic adj • pathogenetic

pathogenic adj • pathogenic

pathogenic adj • pathogene (-ò-)

pathogenic adj • pathogene

pathogeny n • pathogenia

pathogeny n • pathogenia (-ìa)

pathognomonic [Med] adj • pathognomonic

pathognomy n • pathognomia (-ìa)

pathognomy n • pathognomia

pathological adj • pathologic

pathologist n • pathologo (-tò-)

pathologist n • pathologista

pathologist n • pathologo

pathology n • pathologia

pathology (study of bodily diseases) n • pathologia

pathology (study of bodily diseases) n • pathologia (-ìa)

pathos (1. power of stirring the feeling of pity, sympathy; 2. Theat/rhet]) n • pathos

pathos (1. power of stirring the feeling of pity, sympathy; 2. Theat/rhet]) n • pathos (pàtos)

pathos n • pathos

pathway n • sentiero

patience n • patientia

patient adj • patiente (ppr of patir)

patient adj • patiente

patient adj/n • patiente

patient n • patiente

patina (green rust that covers ancient bronzes) n • patina

patina (green rust that covers ancient bronzes) n • patina (pà-)

patois, dialect n • patois

patois, dialect n • patois F]

patr-, patro- (father) occurring in derivatives and compounds] n • patr-

patri- (clan, phratry) occurring in compounds] n • patri-

patriarch (1. Bib]; 2. Eccl]) n • patriarcha

patriarch n • patriarcha

patriarchal adj • patriarchal

patriarchate n • patriarchato

patriarchy n • patriarchia

patriarchy n • patriarchia (-ìa)

patrician [Rom. Hist] adj • patricie

patrician [Rom. Hist] n • patricio

patriciate (position or dignity of a patrician) Rom. Hist] n • patriciato

patrimonial adj • patrimonial

patrimony n • patrimonio

patriot n • patriota

patriotic adj • patriotic

patriotic (as in patriotic poetry) adj • patriotic

patriotism n • patriotismo

patrist n • patrista

patrist, patristic n • patristico

patristic adj • patristic

patristic, patrist n • patristico

patristic study, patristics n • patrologia

patristic study, patristics n • patrologia (-ìa)

patristics n • patristica

patristics, patristic study n • patrologia (-ìa)

patristics, patristic study n • patrologia

patrol n • patrulia

patrol (person) n • patruliator

patrol v • patruliar

patrolled adj • patruliate

patroller n • patruliator

patron (1. as in patron of the fine arts; 2. patron saint) n • patrono

patron (financial) n • mecenate

patron, patronal adj • patronal

patron, sponsor n • protector

patron (supporter) n • protector, patrono

patron (supporter) n • patrono, protector

patronage (as in patronage of the fine arts) n • patronage (-aje)

patronage (as in patronage of the fine arts) n • patronage

patronage (protection given by a patron to his client) Hist] n • clientela

patronage, support n • protection

patronal, patron adj • patronal

patronate (duty, position etc. of a patron) n • patronato

patroness n • patrona

patroness n • patronessa

patronize (be a patron to or of) v • patronisar

patronize (be a patron) v • patronisar

patronize (pejorative) v • tractar con aere protector

patronizing pres. Part • condescendente

patronymic adj • patronymic

patronymic n • patronymico

pattern (model or guide for something to be made) n • patrono

pattern n • patrono

paucity n • paucitate

Paul n • Paulo

Pauline adj • paulin

Paulinism [Theol] n • paulinismo

Paulist (Father) R.C.Ch] n • paulista

paunch n • pancia, ventre

paunch n • ventre, pancia

pauper n • paupero, indigente

pauper n • indigente, paupero

pauperism n • pauperismo

pause (make a pause) v • pausar

pause n • pausa

pause (temporary cessation of activity) n • pausa

pause v • pausar

pavan, pavane n • pavana

pavane, pavan n • pavana

pave v • pavimentar

pave v • pavir

pavement (artificial surface of streets, sidewalks) n • pavimento

pavement (road surface) n • pavimento

pavement, sidewalk n • trottoir F]

pavement, sidewalk n • trottoir

paver, pavior n • pavitor

pavilion (1. tent, canopy; 2. light building; 3 . pavilion or auricle of the ear) n • pavilion

pavilion n • pavilion

paving, laying a pavement (act of) n • pavimentation

paving, laying a pavement (action of) n • pavage

paving, laying a pavement (action of) n • pavage (-aje)

pavior, paver n • pavitor

paw (fondle) v • palpar

paw n • pata

paw (of an animal) n • pata

paw (use paws) v • toccar con le patas

pawn [Chess] n • pedon

pawn, put in pawn v • pignorar

pawn, security, pledge n • pignore

pawnbroker n • prestator super pignore

pay n • paga

pay (payment) n • paga

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

pay (soldier's) n • soldo

pay (someone) v • pagar

pay v • pagar

pay, wages n • gage F]

pay, wages n • gage

pay a salary to v • salariar

pay a stipend to v • stipendiar

pay for (something) v • pagar

pay out (cash) v • discassar

pay out, disburse v • disbursar

payable adj • pagabile

pay-attention n • prestar attention

pay-back v • relmbursar, restituer

pay-back v • restituer, relmbursar

pay-day n • die de paga

payer n • pagator

pay-for v • pagar

pay-in v • incassar

pay-in-advance v • pagar anticipatemente

paying out (cash) (action of) n • discassamento

payment (1. action of paying; 2. amount paid) n • pagamento

payment n • pagamento

payment for board n • pension

pay-off (debt) v • extinguer

pay-off (workers) v • pagar e dimitter

pay-out v • discassar., disbursar

pay-out v • disbursar, discassar.

payroll n • libro de paga, lista de paga

payroll n • lista de paga, libro de paga

pcychiatric adj • psychiatric

pea n • piso

peace n • pace

peaceable (1. liking or keeping peace; 2. peaceful) adj • pacibile

peaceble adj • pacibile, pacif

peaceble adj • pacif, pacibile

peaceloving adj • pacific

peacemaker, conciliator n • conciliator

peach (fruit of the peach tree) n • persica

peach n • persica

peach tree n • persichiero

peach tree n • persico

peacock n • pavon

peacock, strut v • pavonisar

peak (fig) n • apogeo

peak (mountain) n • picco

peak n • Gen]

peak (of cap) n • visiera

peak (of mountain) n • picco, culmine

peak (of mountain) n • culmine, picco

peak-hours n • horas de puncta.

peanut n • arachide, cacahuetta

peanut n • arachide

peanut n • arachide (-rà-)

peanut n • cacahuetta, arachide

peanut-butter n • butyro de arachide

pear (fruit of the pear tree) n • pira

pear n • pira

pear tree n • piriero

pearl (as in sweat pearling on his brow) v • perlar

pearl (mother of -) n • nacre, matreperla

pearl (mother of -) n • matreperla, nacre

pearl n • margarita

pearl n • perla

peasant n • paisano

peasantry n • paisanos

peat n • turfa

peat, turf n • turfa

peccability n • peccabilitate

peccable, liable to sin adj • peccabile

peccadillo n • peccatilio

peccadillo n • peccadilio

peccant adj • peccante

peccant adj • peccante (ppr of peccar)

peck n • colpo de becco

peck (pick with the beak) v • beccar

peck v • beccar

pecten, scallop [Zool] n • pectine

pectic [Chem] adj • pectic

pectin n • pectina

pectinibranch [Zool] adj • pectinibranchie

pectoral (pertaining to the breast) adj • pectoral

peculation n • peculato

peculator n • peculator

peculiar (1. special, particular; 2. unusual, odd) adj • peculiar

peculiarity (1. distinctive trait; 2. oddness) n • peculiaritate

peculiarity n • particularitare, peculiaritate

peculiarity n • particularitate

peculiarity n • peculiaritate, particularitare

peculium [Rom. Law] n • peculio

pecuniary adj • pecuniari

pecunious, provided with money (well-) adj • pecuniose

ped-, pedo- (child) occurring in compounds] n • ped-

pedagogic adj • pedagogic

pedagogics, pedagogy n • pedagogica

pedagogue, educator n • educator

pedagogue n • pedagogo

pedagogy n • pedagogia

pedagogy n • pedagogia (-ìa)

pedagogy, pedagogics n • pedagogica

pedal adj • pedal

pedal n • pedal

pedal v • pedalar

pedant n • pedante

pedantic adj • pedantesc

pedantry n • pedantismo

pedantry n • pedanteria (-ìa)

pedantry n • pedanteria

peddle v • facer le commercio ambulante

pedestal n • pedestallo

pedestal, stand, socle n • socculo

pedestrian adj • pedestre

pedestrian n • pedon

pedestrian-crossing n • passage a pedones

pedicel [Bot] n • pedicello

pedicel, pedicle [Bot] n • pediculo

pedicellate [Bot] adj • pedicellate

pedicle, pedicel [Bot] n • pediculo

pedicular, lousy adj • pedicular

pediculous, lousy adj • pediculose

pedicure, chiropodist n • pedicuro

pedigree adj • de racia

pedigree n • arbore genealogic, genealogia

pedigree n • genealogia, arbore genealogic

pedigree (of animals) n • pedigree

pedigree (of animals) n • pedigree A]

pediluvium, foot bath [Med] n • pediluvio

pediment, gable [Arch] n • fronton

pedlar n • venditor ambulante

pedo-, ped- (soil) occurring in compounds] n • pedo-

pedology (scientific study of soils) n • pedologia (-ìa)

pedology (scientific study of soils) n • pedologia

pedometer n • pedometro

pedometer n • pedometro (-ò-)

pedometer, podometer n • podometro

pedometer, podometer n • podometro (-òmetro)

pedrero [Hist] n • petrario

peduncle, stalk, stem [Bot] n • pedunculo

peduncular [Bot] adj • peduncular

pedunculate [Bot] adj • pedunculate

peeble n • calculo

peel n • pelle

peel, scoop, shovel n • pala

peel v • pellar

peelings n • pellaturas

peel-off v • exfoliar

peel-off v • exfoliar (se)

peep, cheep, chirp v • pipar

peep (look) n • reguardo rapide/furtive

peep (squeak) v • pipar

peep v • reguardar rapidemente/furtivemente

peeper, cheeper n • pipator

peer (1. equal; 2. nobleman) n • par

peer (equal and nobleman) n • par

peerage n • nobilitate, aristocratia

peerage n • aristocratia, nobilitate

peer-at v • reguardar myopemente

peevish adj • irritabile

peg (fasten with pegs) v • incaviliar

peg n • cavilia

peg (pin or bolt of wood, metal, for fastening parts together, hanging objects upon) n • cavilia

Pegasus [Gr. Mythol] n • Pegaso (pé-)

Pegasus [Gr. Mythol] n • Pegaso

peignoir, dressing gown n • peignoir

peignoir, dressing gown n • peignoir F]

Peiping n • Peiping

pejorative adj • pejorative

pekinese adj/n • pekingese

Peking, Pekin n • Peking

Pekingese pekingese adj • pekingese

Pelagian [Eccl. Hist] adj • pelagian

Pelagian [Eccl. Hist] n • pelagiano

Pelagianism [Eccl. Hist] n • pelagianismo

Pelagius [British monk of the 4th and 5th centuries] n • Pelagio

pelican n • pelicano

pelisse, fur coat n • pellicia

pellagra [Pathol] n • pellagra I]

pellagra [Pathol] n • pellagra

pellagrous adj • pellagrose

pellet n • bolletta

pellicle n • pellicula

pellicular adj • pellicular

pellitory (wall) Bot] n • parietaria

pell-mell adv • sin ordine

pelmet n • bordatura pendente

Peloponnesian adj • peloponnesian

Peloponnesian n • peloponnesiano

Peloponnesus n • Peloponneso

Pelops [Gr. Mythol] n • Pelope

Pelops [Gr. Mythol] n • Pelope (pé-)

pelt n • pelle

pelt with rain v • pluviar torrentialmente

pelvic adj • pelvic

pelvic [Anat] adj • pelvic

pelvic bone n • pelve

pelvis [Anat] n • pelve

pelvis (pelvic bone) n • pelve

pemmican n • pemmican

pemmican n • pemmican A]

pen (as in pen and pencil) n • penna

pen (for animals) n • clausura

pen (for writing) n • pluma, penna

pen (for writing) n • penna, pluma

pen (fountain -) n • penna stilographic

pen (specific animals) n • ovil, tauril

pen (specific animals) n • tauril, ovil

pen v • confinar

pena adj • penal

penal adj • penal

penality n • penalitate

penalize (sport) v • penalisar

penalize v • penalisar

penalize v • Fig]

penal-servitude n • travalios fortiate

penalty n • penalitate, pena

penalty n • pena, penalitate

penalty n • penalitate

penalty, punishment n • pena

penalty-area n • zona de penalitate

penalty-clause n • clausula de penalitate

penalty-kick n • colpo de penalitate

penance n • penitentia

pence n • pennies

pencil n • stilo (de graphite)

pencil n • stilo

pencil (tuft of hair) n • penicillo

pencil v • scriber con stilo

pencil-sharpener n • taliastilos

pendant, counterpart (one of a pair in symmetric arrangement) n • pendant

pendant, counterpart (one of a pair in symmetric arrangement) n • pendant F]

pendant n • pendente

pendant, pendicle n • pendiculo

pendant, pendulous adj • pendule

pendant pensile, hanging adj • pensile

pendicle, pendant n • pendiculo

pending adj • pendente (ppr of pender)

pending adj • pendente

pendule (timepiece having a pendulum) n • pendula (pén-)

pendule (timepiece having a pendulum) n • pendula

pendulous, pendant adj • pendule

pendulous, swinging adj • pendular

pendulum n • pendulo (pén-)

pendulum n • pendulo

penetrability n • penetrabilitate

penetrable adj • penetrabile

penetrate v • penetrar

penetrating adj • acute, penetrative

penetrating adj • penetrative, acute

penetration (1. act or process of penetrating; 2. as in a man of great penetration) n • penetration

penetration n • penetration

penetrative adj • penetrative

penfriend n • correspondente, amico per correspondentia

penfriend n • amico per correspondentia, correspondente

penguin n • pinguin

penholder n • portapenna

penicilliform (shaped like a hair pencil) adj • penicilliforme

penicillin [Biochem] n • penicillina

penicillin n • penicillina

Penicillium [Bot] n • penicillium (-cìl-)

Penicillium [Bot] n • penicillium

peninsula n • peninsula

peninsula n • peninsula (-ìn-)

peninsular adj • peninsular

penis n • penis, pene, verga

penis n • pene, verga, penis

penis n • verga, penis, pene

penitent adj • penitente

penitent adj/n • penitente

penitent [Eccl] n • penitente

penitential (pertaining to ecclesiastical penance) adj • penitential

penitentiary (as in penitentiary measures) adj • penitentiari

penitentiary (confessor in special cases) Eccl] n • penitentiero

penitentiary n • penitentiario

penitentiary (reformatory prison) n • penitentiario

penitentiaryship [Eccl] n • penitentieria

penitentiaryship [Eccl] n • penitentieria (-ìa)

penknife n • cultello de tasca

pen-name n • pseudonymo

pennant n • bandierola

pennate, feathered [Bot/Zool] adj • pennate

pen-nib n • puncta (de pluma)

pen-nib n • puncta

penniless adj • povre, sin un soldo

penniless adj • sin un soldo, povre

pennon n • pennon

Pennsylvania n • Pennsylvania

Pennsylvanian adj • pennsylvanian

Pennsylvanian n • pennsylvaniano

penny n • penny

pennywise adj • myopemente parsimoniose

pension, boardinghouse n • pension

pension n • pension

pension (regular payment, stipend, allowance) n • pension

pension v • pensionar

pensioner n • pensionario

pension-off v • mitter in pension

pensive adj • pensative

pent-, penta- (five) occurring in derivatives and compounds] adj • pent-

pentacle, five-pointed star n • pentaculo

pentagon [Geom] n • pentagono

pentagon n • pentagono

pentagonal adj • pentagonal

pentagonal adj • pentagon

pentagram n • pentagramma

pentahedral [Math] adj • pentahedre

pentahedron [Math] n • pentahedro

Pentamera [Zool] n • pentameros

Pentamera [Zool] n • pentameros (-tà-)

pentamerous [Bot/Zool] adj • pentamere

pentameter n • pentametro (-àmetro)

pentameter n • pentametro

pentarchy (government by five rulers) n • pentarchia (-ìa)

pentarchy (government by five rulers) n • pentarchia

pentateuch n • pentateucho

pentathlon [Gr. Antiq] n • pentathlo

pentathlon n • pentathlon

pentatomic [Chem] adj • pentatomic

pentccostal adj • pentecostal

pentecost n • pentecoste

pentecostal adj/n • pentecostal

pent-up adj • reprimite

penult n • penultima (-nùl-)

penult n • penultima

penultimate adj • penultime

penultimate, next to last adj • penultime (-nùl-]

penumbra, half-shade n • penumbra

penury (extreme poverty) n • penuria

penury, need n • miseria

peony n • peonia

people (1. nation, national group; 2. persons, folk) n • gente

people (1. race, nation; 2. common people) n • populo (pò-)

people (1. race, nation; 2. common people) n • populo

people (common people) n • plebe, communes

people (common people) n • communes, plebe

people (nation) n • populo

people v • popular

people-say phr • on dice

pep n • energia, dynamismo

pep n • dynamismo, energia

pepper n • pipere

pepper, season with pepper v • piperar

pepper (spice) n • pipere

pepper (vegetable) n • pimento

pepper shaker n • piperiera

pepperfot n • piperiera

peppermill n • molinp de pipere

peppermint n • mentha piperate

peppery adj • piperate

peppery adj • piperate (pp of piperar)

pepsin n • pepsina

peptalk n • discurso de incoragiamento

peptic adj • peptic

per prep • per

perambulator n • cochietto de infante

per-annum phr • per anno

perceive, apprehend (mentally) v • apperciper

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

perceive v • intuer, perciper, apperciper

perceive v • perciper, apperciper, intuer

perceive v • apperciper, intuer, perciper

perceive by intuition, to intuit v • intuer

perceiver n • perceptor

per-cent phr • pro cento

percentage n • percentage

percentage n • percentage (-aje)

percentual adj • percentual

perceptibility n • perceptibilitate

perceptible adj • perceptibile

perceptible, sensible adj • sensibile

perception (1. process or faculty of perceiving; 2. percept) n • perception

perception n • perception

perceptive adj • perceptive

perch (fish) n • perca

perch (for bird) n • percha

perch [Ichthyol] n • perca

perch v • posar se

perchlorate n • perchlorato

perchloric adj • perchloric

perciform (1. resembling a perch; 2. of or pertaining to the Perciformes) Zool] adj • perciforme

percolate (1. to cause to percolate; 2. to pass or flow through a filter) v • percolar

percolate v • percolar

percolator n • caffetiera filtrante, percolator

percolator n • percolator

percolator n • percolator, caffetiera filtrante

percomorph, percomorphous [Zool] adj • percomorphe

percomorph [Zool] n • percomorpho

percomorphous, percomorph [Zool] adj • percomorphe

percuss [Med] v • percuter -cut-/-cuss-]

percuss [Med] v • percuter

percussion (1. stroke, hit, blow) n • percussion

percussion n • percussion

percussion, percussive adj • percutente (ppr of percuter)

percussion, percussive adj • percutente

percussive, percussion adj • percutente

percussive, percussion adj • percutente (ppr of percuter)

perdition n • perdition

perdition [Theol] n • perdition

perdurable adj • perdurabile

perdure, continue, last on v • perdurar

perdure v • perdurar

peregrinate v • peregrinar

peregrination n • peregrination

peregrine adj • peregrin

peremptory (1. Law]; 2. as in a peremptory tone) adj • peremptori

peremptory adj • peremptori

perennial (1. lasting or continuing throughout the year; 2. everlasting, eternal; 3. Bot]) adj • perenne

perennial adj • perenne

perennial n • planta perenne

perfect adj • perfecte

perfect [(Gram] n • perfecto

perfect n • perfecto

perfect v • perfectionar

perfectibility n • perfectibilitate

perfectible adj • perfectibile

perfecting (act of) n • perfectionamento

perfection (1. act of perfecting; 2. state of being perfect) n • perfection

perfection n • perfection

perfective adj • perfective

perfidious adj • perfide

perfidious adj • perfide (pér-)

perfidious adj • perfidiose

perfidy n • perfidia

perfoliate [Bot] adj • perfoliate

perforate, perforated adj • perforate (pp of perforar)

perforate, perforated adj • perforate

perforate v • perforar

perforated adj • foraminose

perforated adj • perforate, foraminose

perforated adj • foraminose, perforate

perforated, perforate adj • perforate (pp of perforar)

perforated, perforate adj • perforate

perforation (1. perforating; 2. perforated hole) n • perforation

perforation n • perforation

perforator n • perforator

perform (duty) v • exequer

perform (play) v • representar

performance (behaviour) n • comportamento

performance [Horse Racing] n • performance

performance [Horse Racing] n • performance A]

performance (of duty) n • execution

performance (racing) n • performance

performance [Theat] • representation

performer (artiste) n • artista

performer [Mus] • executante

performer [Theat] • actor, actrice

performer [Theat] • actrice, actor

perfume n • perfumo

perfume, scent (fill with sweet odor) v • imbalsamar

perfume v • imbalsamar, perfumar

perfume v • perfumar, imbalsamar

perfume v • perfumar

perfume bottle, smelling bottle n • flacon

perfume bottle, smelling bottle n • flacon (F)

perfume with ambergris v • ambrar

perfume with myrrh v • myrrhar

perfumed adj • perfumate

perfumer n • perfumator

perfumery n • perfumeria

perfumery n • perfumeria (-ìa)

perfuming (action of) n • imbalsamamento

Pergamum n • Pergamo

Pergamum n • Pergamo (pér-)

pergola n • pergola

pergola n • pergola I]

perhaps adv • forsan

perhaps, maybe adv • forsan

perhaps, maybe adv • forsan (fòr-)

perianth [Bot] n • perianthio

pericarditis [Pathol] n • pericarditis

pericarditis [Pathol] n • pericarditis (-ìtis)

pericardium [Anat] n • pericardio

perigeal, perigean adj • perigee (-gé-)

perigeal, perigean adj • perigee

perigee [Astron] n • perigeo (-gé-)

perigee [Astron] n • perigeo

peril n • periculo, hasardo

peril n • hasardo, periculo

peril, risk, hazard n • risco

perilous adj • periculose, hasardose

perilous adj • hasardose, periculose

perimeter n • perimetro (-ì-)

perimeter n • perimetro

period (1. as in period of adolescence) n • periodo

period (1. as in period of adolescence) n • periodo (-rì-)

period [Med] • menstruo

period (of time) n • periodo

period (punctuation) n • puncto

period of two months n • bimestre

periodic (1. of a period or regular revolution; 2. occurring at regular times) adj • periodic

periodic adj • periodic

periodical adj • periodic

periodical n • periodico, revista

periodical n • revista, periodico

periodical (periodic publication) n • periodico

periodicity (quality of being periodical) n • periodicitate

peripheral, peripheric adj • peripheric

periphery n • peripheria

periphery n • peripheria (-ìa)

periphrase v • periphrasar

periphrasis n • periphrase (-ì-)

periphrasis n • periphrase

periscope n • periscopio

periscopic adj • periscopic

perish, die v • obir

perish v • obir, perir

perish v • perir, obir

perish v • perir

perishable adj • peribile

perishable adj • corruptibile, peribile

perishable adj • peribile, corruptibile

perishable, subject to decay adj • corruptibile

peristalsis [Physiol] n • peristole

peristaltic [Physiol] adj • peristaltic

peritoneum [Anat] n • peritoneo

peritoneum [Anat] n • peritoneo (-éo)

peritonitis [Med] n • peritonitis (-ìtis)

peritonitis [Med] n • peritonitis

periwig, wig n • perrucca

perjure v • perjurar

perjure oneself v • perjurar se

perjured, forsworn adj • perjur

perjurer n • perjuro

perjurer n • perjurator

perjury n • perjurio

perk n • ganio occasional

perk-up v • reanimar se

perky adj • allegre

perlpheral adj • peripheric

perlpheral (of computer) n • peripherico

perm (pools) n • permutation

perm (wave) n • undulation permanente

permanence n • permanentia

permanent adj • permanente

permanent, lasting, enduring adj • permanente (ppr of permaner)

permanent, lasting, enduring adj • permanente

permanganate [Chem] n • permanganato

permanganic [Chem] adj • permanganic

permeability n • permeabilitate

permeable adj • permeabile

permeate v • impregnar, permear

permeate v • permear, impregnar

permeate v • permear

permissible adj • permissibile

permission n • permission

permissive adj • permissive

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

permit, allow v • permitter

permit n • permisso

permit v • permitter

permit (written permission) n • permisso

permutability n • permutabilitate

permutable adj • permutabile

permutation [Math] n • permutation

permutation n • permutation

permute, exchange, interchange v • permutar

permuter n • permutator

pernicious adj • perniciose

pernoctation n • pernoctation

perorate (1. to speak at length; 2. to sum up or conclude a speech) v • perorar

peroration n • peroration

peroxide n • peroxydo (-òx-)

peroxide n • peroxydo

peroxidize v • peroxydar

perpendicular adj • perpendicular

perpendicular, plumb line n • perpendiculo

perpendicularity n • perpendicularitate

perpenoicular adj • perpendicular

perpenoicular n • perpendiculo

perpetrate v • perpetrar, committer

perpetrate v • perpetrar

perpetrate v • committer, perpetrar

perpetration n • perpetration

perpetrator n • perpetrator

perpetual adj • perpetue

perpetually adv • perpetuemente

perpetuate v • perpetuar

perpetuation n • perpetuation

perpetuator n • perpetuator

perpetuity n • perpetuitate

perpetuity (perpetual duration) n • perpetuitate

perplex v • confunder, perplexar

perplex v • perplexar, confunder

perplexed adj • perplexe

perplexed, bewildered adj • perplexe

perplexing adj • disconcertante, perplexante

perplexing adj • perplexante, disconcertante

perplexity, bewilderment n • perplesitate

perplexity n • perplexitate

pers 1. we; 2. us pron • nos

pers me pron • me

persecute v • persequer -sequ-/-secut-]

persecute v • persequer

persecution n • persecution

persecutor n • persecutor

Perseid [Astron] n • perseide

Perseid [Astron] n • perseide (-séi-)

Persepolis n • Persepole

Perseus (1. Gr. Mythol]; 2. Astron]) n • Perseo

perseverance n • perseverantia

perseverance, persistence, persistency n • perseverantia

persevere, persist v • perseverar

persevere v • perseverar

persevering adj • perseverante

Persia [Geog] n • Persia

Persia n • Persia

persian adj • persian

Persian adj • perse

Persian n • persa

Persian n • persiano

persian n • persiano

Persian, Persic adj • persian

Persian, Persic adj • persic

persicaria [Bot] n • persicaria

persist (endure, continue to exist) v • persister

persist (endure) v • persister

persist (insist) v • obstiner se

persist, persevere v • perseverar

persistence n • persistentia

persistence, persistency n • persistentia

persistence, persistency, perseverance n • perseverantia

persistency, perseverance, persistence n • perseverantia

persistency, persistence n • persistentia

persistent adj • perseverante

persistent adj • persistente

persistent adj • perseverante (ppr of perserverar)

persistent (inclined to persist, tenacious) adj • persistente

persistent-offender n • recidivista

persist-in v • persister in

person n • persona

person of the middle class, bourgeois n • burgese

person under torture n • suppliciato

personable adj • de belle presentia, ben facite

personable adj • ben facite, de belle presentia

personage (1. person of note; 2. character in a work of fiction or a play) n • personage (-aje)

personage (1. person of note; 2. character in a work of fiction or a play) n • personage

personal adj • personal

personal personal adj • personal

personality n • personalitate

personalize, personify v • personalisar

personally adv • personalmente

personate [Bot] adj • personate

personification n • personification

personify, personalize v • personalisar

personify v • personificar

personnel n • personal

perspective (1. the art of perspective; 2. vista, view, prospect) n • perspectiva

perspective adj • perspective

perspective n • perspectiva

perspex (polymethyl methacrylate) n • plexiglas

perspicacious adj • perspicace

perspicacity n • perspicacitate

perspicuity n • perspicuitate

perspicuous adj • perspicue

perspirable ([Med] (that can be disposed of through perspiration) adj • transpirabile

perspiration (excessive) n • sudation

perspiration n • transpiration

perspiration n • transpiration, sudor

perspiration n • sudor, transpiration

perspiration, sweat n • sudor

perspire, sweat v • sudar

perspire, sweat v • transpirar

perspire v • sudar, transpirar

perspire v • transpirar, sudar

persuadable adj • persuasibile

persuadable, suasible adj • suasibile

persuade, advise, urge v • suader

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

persuade v • persuader

persuade v • persuader -suad-/-suas-]

persuader n • persuasor

persuasion (1. act of persuading; 2. state of being persuaded) n • persuasion

persuasion n • persuasion

persuasive adj • persuasive

pertain v • pertiner

pertaining to a beak, bill adj • rostral

pertaining to a cemetery adj • cemeterial

pertaining to a commercial society adj • social

pertaining to a domain, domainal adj • dominial

pertaining to a rostrum, rostral adj • rostral

pertaining to a syndic adj • syndical

pertaining to man, hominal adj • hominal

pertaining to registration or enrollment matricular adj • matricular

pertaining to small portions adj • parcellari

pertaining to St. Vitus's dance, choreic adj • choreic (-éic)

pertaining to St. Vitus's dance, choreic adj • choreic

pertaining to tenancy adj • locative

pertaining to weight, ponderal adj • ponderal

pertinacious adj • pertinace

pertinaciousness, pertinacity n • pertinacitate

pertinacity, pertinaciousness n • pertinacitate

pertinence n • pertinentia

pertinent adj • pertinente

perturb v • perturbar

perturb v • perturbar, agitar

perturb v • agitar, perturbar

perturbable adj • perturbabile

perturbation (1. perturbed condition; 2.[Astron]) n • perturbation

perturbative, tending to perturb adj • perturbative

perturber n • perturbator

pertussal [Med] adj • pertussal

pertussis, whooping cough [Med] n • pertusse

Peru [Geog] n • Peru

Peru n • Peru -rù)

Peru n • Peruvia NL]

Peru n • Peruvia

perusal n • lectura attente

peruse v • leger attentemente

peruvian adj • peruan

Peruvian adj • peruvian

Peruvian adj • peruan

peruvian n • peruano

Peruvian n • peruano

Peruvian n • peruviano

pervade v • penetrar

pervasive adj • penetrante

perverse adj • perverse

perverse, perverted (willfully wicked, vicious) adj • perverse

perverseness n • perversitate

perversion (1. act of perverting, state of being perverted; 2 . Psychopathol]) n • perversion

perversion n • perversion

pervert (1. to divert from proper use or function; 2 . to lead astray, corrupt) v • perverter

pervert (1. to divert from proper use or function; 2 . to lead astray, corrupt) v • perverter -vert-/-vers-]

pervert, falsify v • falsar

pervert n • pervertito

pervert v • perverter

perverted, perverse (willfully wicked, vicious) adj • perverse

perverter n • pervertitor

perverting or corrupting (act of) n • pervertimento

pervious, passable adj • pervie

peseta (coin) n • peseta

peseta [Monet] n • peseta

peseta [Monet] n • peseta H]

peso (coin) n • peso

peso [Monet] n • peso

pessimism n • pessimismo

pessimist n • pessimista

pessimistic adj • pessimistic, pessimista

pessimistic adj • pessimista, pessimistic

pest n • peste

pest (troublesome or destructive person) n • peste

pester v • importunar

pesticide n • pesticida

pestiferous adj • pestifere

pestilence, plague (bubonic) n • peste

pestilence, plague n • pestilentia

pestilent adj • pestilente

pestilential adj • pestilential

pestle n • pistillo

pet adj • favorite

pet n • animal domestic

pet v • caressar

petal, lanceolate leaf [Bot] n • lanceola (-cé-)

petal, lanceolate leaf [Bot] n • lanceola

petal n • petalo

petal n • petalo (pé-)

petalism [Gr. Antiq] n • petalismo

petaloid adj • petaloide

petard [Mil] n • petardo

Peter n • Petro

peter-out v • exhaurir se, morir, haber nulle resultato, disparer

peter-out v • haber nulle resultato, disparer, exhaurir se, morir

peter-out v • morir, haber nulle resultato, disparer, exhaurir se

peter-out v • disparer, exhaurir se, morir, haber nulle resultato

petiolar [Bot] adj • petiolar

petiolate, petiolated adj • petiolate

petiolated, petiolate adj • petiolate

petiole, leafstalk [Bot] n • petiolo (-tì-)

petiole, leafstalk [Bot] n • petiolo

petition (formal request) n • petition

petition (make a petition) v • petitionar

petition n • petition, supplica

petition n • supplica, petition

petition, request, prayer n • supplica

petition, request, prayer n • supplica (sùp-)

petition v • petitionar, presentar un petition a

petition v • presentar un petition a, petitionar

petitioner n • petitionero

petitory [Law] adj • petitori

Petrarch n • Petrarca

Petrarchist n • petrarchista

petrifaction, petrification, lapidification n • lapidification

petrifaction, petrification n • petrification

petrifactive, petrifying adj • petrific

petrification, lapidification, petrifaction n • lapidification

petrification n • petrification

petrification, petrifaction n • petrification

petrify, lapidify v • lapidificar

petrify v • petrificar

petrifying, petrifactive adj • petrific

petrographer n • petrographo

petrographer n • petrographo (-ògrapho)

petrographic adj • petrographic

petrography n • petrographia (-ìa)

petrography n • petrographia

petrol, gasoline n • gasolina

petrol n • gasolina

petroleum n • petroleo

petroleum, oil (rock) n • petroleo

petroleum refinery n • petroleria

petroleum refinery n • petroleria (-ìa)

petroliferous adj • petrolifere

petrol-station (gas station) n • station de gasolina

petticoat n • subgonnella

petticoat, slip, underskirt n • subgonnella

pettiness n • insignificantia

pettiness n • pusillitate

petty adj • pusille

petty adj • insignificante, sin importantia, parve

petty adj • parve, insignificante, sin importantia

petty adj • sin importantia, parve, insignificante

petty vanity n • gloriola (-ì-)

petty vanity n • gloriola

petty-cash n • parve cassa

petty-officer n • subofficiero de marina

petulant adj • irritabile

petunia [Bot] n • petunia

pew n • eccles

pewter n • peltro

pfennig [Monet] n • pfennig (pl pfennige) G]

pfennig [Monet] n • pfennig

Phaethon [Gr. Mythol] n • Phaethon

phaeton (light four-wheeled carriage) n • phaeton

phago- (eating) occurring in compounds] v • phag-

phagocyte [Biol/Phygiol] n • phagocyto (-òcito)

phagocyte [Biol/Phygiol] n • phagocyto

phagocytosis n • phagocytosis

phagocytosis n • phagocytosis (-òsis)

Phalia (Westphalia and Eastphalia together) n • Falia

phallus n • phallo

phaner-, phanero- (visible) occurring in compounds] adj • phaner-

phanerogam [Bot] n • phanerogamo

phanerogamous [Bot] adj • phanerogame (-ò-)

phanerogamous [Bot] adj • phanerogame

phantasm (1. illusion, phantom; 2. appearance, ghost, specter) n • phantasma

phantasy, fantasy (1. power of imagining, fancy; 2. phantasm, fancy; 3. whim, caprice) n • phantasia (-ìa)

phantasy, fantasy (1. power of imagining, fancy; 2. phantasm, fancy; 3. whim, caprice) n • phantasia

phantasy n • phantasia

phantom n • phantasma

pharaoh n • pharaon

Pharaoh n • pharaon

Pharaonic adj • pharaonic

pharisaic, hypocritical, pharisaical adj • pharisaic

pharisaic, hypocritical, pharisaical adj • pharisaic (-àic)

Pharisaic [Jewish Hist] adj • pharisaic

Pharisaic [Jewish Hist] adj • pharisaic (-àic)

pharisaical, pharisaic, hypocritical adj • pharisaic (-àic)

pharisaical, pharisaic, hypocritical adj • pharisaic

Pharisaism [Jewish Hist] n • pharisaismo

Pharisaism [Jewish Hist] n • pharisaismo (-aìsmo)

pharisaism, phariseeism (pharisaical attitude, hypocrisy) n • pharisaismo

pharisaism, phariseeism (pharisaical attitude, hypocrisy) n • pharisaismo (-aìsmo)

pharisee, hypocrite n • phariseo

pharisee, hypocrite n • phariseo (-éo)

Pharisee [Jewish Hist] n • phariseo (-éo)

Pharisee [Jewish Hist] n • phariseo

pharmaceutic, pharmaceutical adj • pharmaceutic

pharmaceutical adj • pharmaceutic

pharmaceutically adv • pharmaceuticamente

pharmaceutics n • pharmaceutia

pharmaceutics n • pharmaceutica

pharmacist n • pharmacista

pharmacist n • pharmaceuta

pharmacologic, pharmacological adj • pharmacologic

pharmacologist n • pharmacologo (-òlogo)

pharmacologist n • pharmacologista

pharmacologist n • pharmacologo

pharmacology n • pharmacologia (-ìa)

pharmacology n • pharmacologia

pharmacopoeia (book describing drugs, chemicals) n • pharmacopeia

pharmacopoeia (book describing drugs, chemicals) n • pharmacopeia (-péya)

pharmacy, apothecary n • apotheca

pharmacy n • apotheca, pharmacia

pharmacy n • pharmacia, apotheca

pharmacy (shop of a pharmacist) n • pharmacia

pharmacy (shop of a pharmacist) n • pharmacia (-ìa)

Pharos [Hist] n • Pharos

Pharos [Hist] n • Pharos (fà-)

pharos, lighthouse n • pharo

pharynx n • pharynge

phase n • phase

pheasant n • faisan

-phem- (1. voice; 2. report, rumor) occurring in compounds] n • -phem-

phenic-, phoenic-, phenico-, phoenico- (red) occurring in compounds] adj • phenic-

phenicopter [Ornith] n • phenicoptero

phenicopter [Ornith] n • phenicoptero (-còp-)

phenix, phoenix n • phenice

phenol [Chem] n • phenol

phenomenal (1. as in the phenomenal world; 2. extraordinary, remarkable) adj • phenomenal

phenomenal adj • phenomenal

phenomenally adv • phenomenalmente

phenomenology n • phenomenologia (-ìa)

phenomenology n • phenomenologia

phenomenon (1. observable fact or event; 2. something extraordinary or remarkable) n • phenomeno (-nòmeno)

phenomenon (1. observable fact or event; 2. something extraordinary or remarkable) n • phenomeno

phenomenon n • phenomeno

phenyl [Chem] n • phenylo

phenylamine [Chem] n • phenylamino

phew interj • fu, duf

phew interj • duf, fu

phial, flask n • ampulla

Philadelphia n • Philadelphia

philanthropic adj • philanthrope

philanthropic adj • philanthropic

philanthropism n • philanthropismo

philanthropist n • philanthropo

philanthropy n • philanthropia

philanthropy n • philanthropia (-ìa)

philatelic adj • philatelic

philatelist n • philatelista

philately n • philatelia

philately n • philatelia (-ìa)

philharmonic adj • philharmonic

philharmonic society n • philharmonia (-ìa)

philharmonic society n • philharmonia

Philip n • Philippo

Philippi [Antiq] n • Philippi

Philippine, Filipino adj • philippin

Philippines [Geog] n • Philippinas, Filipinas, Pilipinas

Philippines [Geog] n • Filipinas, Pilipinas, Philippinas

Philippines [Geog] n • Pilipinas, Philippinas, Filipinas

Philistia n • Philistea

Philistia n • Philistea (-éa)

Philistine (1. Hist]; 2. Philister, nonstudent; 3. crude, uncultured, conventional person) n • philisteo (-éo)

Philistine (1. Hist]; 2. Philister, nonstudent; 3. crude, uncultured, conventional person) n • philisteo

Philistine (1. Hist]; 2. uncultured, conventional) adj • philistee

Philistine (1. Hist]; 2. uncultured, conventional) adj • philistee (-ìe)

philistine adj • philistee

Philistine, blockhead n • beotio

philistine n • philisteo

Philistinism n • philisteria (-ìa)

Philistinism n • philisteria

philological adj • philologic

philologist n • philologo (-òlogo)

philologist n • philologo

philology n • philologia (-ìa)

philology n • philologia

philosopher n • philosopho

philosopher n • philosopho (-òsofo)

philosophic, philosophical adj • philosophic

philosophical adj • philosophic

philosophically adv • philosophicamente

philosophism n • philosophismo

philosophize v • philosophar

philosophy n • philosophia (-ìa)

philosophy n • philosophia

phleb-, phlebo- (vein) occurring in derivatives and compounds] n • phleb-

phlebitis [Pathol] n • phlebitis

phlebitis [Pathol] n • phlebitis (-ìtis)

phlebotome [Med] n • phlebotomo (-bò-)

phlebotome [Med] n • phlebotomo

phlebotomy [Med] n • phleboomia

phlebotomy [Med] n • phleboomia (-ìa)

Phlegethon [Gr. Mythol] n • Phlegethonte

phlegm (1. mucus; 2. sluggish temperament) n • phlegma

phlegm (1. mucus; 2. sluggish temperament) n • phlegma -ma/-mat-]

phlegmatic adj • phlegmatic

phlegmon [Pathol] n • phlegmon

phlox n • phlox

-phobe, -phobic (as in Anglophobe, Anglophobic) occurring in derivatives and compounds] adj • -phobe

phobia n • phobia

phobia [Pathol] n • phobia (-ìa)

phobia [Pathol] n • phobia

phobic [Pathol] adj • phobic

Phoenicia [Geog] n • Phoenicia

Phoenicia n • Phenicia

phoenician adj • punic, phenicean

phoenician adj • phenicean, punic

Phoenician adj • phenicie

Phoenician n • phenicio

phoenix n • phenice

phoenix, phenix n • phenice

phone n • telephono

phone, phoneme n • phonema

phone v • telephonar

phone-call n • appello telephonic

phoneme n • phonema

phoneme, phone n • phonema

phonetic adj • phonetic

phonetician, phonetist n • phonetista

phonetics n • phonetica

phonetics [Sci] • phonetica

phonetism n • phonetismo

phonetist, phonetician n • phonetista

phoney adj • false

phonic adj • phonic

phonics n • phonica

phono-, phon- (voice) occurring in derivatives and compounds] n • phon-

phonograph n • phonographo

phonograph n • phonographo (-ògrafo)

phonographic adj • phonographic

phonography n • phonographia

phonography n • phonographia (-ìa)

phonolite, clinkstone n • phonolitho

phonolite, clinkstone n • phonolitho (-nò-)

phonolitic adj • phonolithic

phonological adj • phonologic

phonologist n • phonologo (-òlogo)

phonologist n • phonologo

phonology n • phonologia (-ìa)

phonology n • phonologia

phonometer n • phonometro (-nò-)

phonometer n • phonometro

phonometry n • phonometria

phonometry n • phonometria (-ìa)

-phore, -phorous (carrying) occurring in compounds] adj • -phore

phosphate [Chem] n • phosphato

phosphated adj • phosphatate

phosphatic adj • phosphatic

phosphene n • phospheno

phosphine [Chem] n • phosphina

phosphite n • phosphito

phosphoresce v • phosphorescer

phosphorescence n • phosphorescentia

phosphorescent adj • phosphorescente

phosphoric adj • phosphoric

phosphorite [Mineral] n • phosphorite

phosphorous [Chem] adj • phosphorose

phosphorus n • phosphoro (fòs-)

phosphorus n • phosphoro

phot-, photo- (light) occurring in derivatives and compounds] n • phot-

photic, light adj • photic

photics (science of light) n • photica

photo n • photo, photographia

photo n • photographia, photo

photo, snapshot n • photo

photo finish n • decision per photo

photochemistry n • photochimia

photochemistry n • photochimia (-ìa)

photochromy, color photography n • photochromia

photochromy, color photography n • photochromia (-ìa)

photocopier n • photocopiator

photocopy n • photocopia

photocopy v • photoeopiar

photocraph n • photographia

photocraph v • photographar

photoelectric adj • photoeleetrie

photogenic adj • photogenie

photogenic (as in photogenic face) adj • photogenic

photogenous, photogenic (generating light) adj • photogene

photograph n • photographia

photograph n • photographia (-ìa)

photograph v • photographar

photographer n • photographo

photographer n • photographo (-ògrafo)

photographic adj • photographic

photography n • photographia

photography n • photographia (-ìa)

photogravure n • photogravure

photolithograph n • photolithographia

photolithograph n • photolithographia (-ìa)

photolithograph v • photolithographiar

photolithography n • photolithographia (-ìa)

photolithography n • photolithographia

photometer n • photometro

photometer n • photometro (-òmetro)

photomontage n • photomontage (-aje)

photomontage n • photomontage

photon [Phys] n • photon

photosphere n • photosphera

photostat (1. photostating camera; 2. photostatic copy) n • photostato (-òstato)

photostat (1. photostating camera; 2. photostatic copy) n • photostato

photostatic adj • photostatic

photosynthesis n • photosynthese (-sìn-)

photosynthesis n • photosynthese

photosynthetic adj • photosynthetic

phototherapeutic adj • phototherapic

phototherapy n • phototherapia (-ìa)

phototherapy n • phototherapia

phototype [Print] n • phototypo

phototype [Print] n • phototypo (-òtipo)

phototypic adj • phototypic

phototypographic adj • phototypographic

phototypography n • phototypographia (-ìa)

phototypography n • phototypographia

phototypy, phototyping n • phototypia (-ìa)

phototypy, phototyping n • phototypia

phrase (1. Gram]; 2. Mus]) n • phrase

phrase (express) v • exprimer

phrase [Mus] • phrasar

phrase [Mus] v • phrasar

phrase n • phrase

phrasebook n • libro de phrases

phraseological (pertaining to phraseology) adj • phraseologic

phraseology n • phraseologia

phraseology n • phraseologia (-ìa)

phren-, phreno (midriff, diaphragm) occurring in derivatives and compounds] n • phren-

phrenctic, madman n • phrenetico

phrenetic, frantic, frenzied adj • phrenetic

phrenic [Anat] adj • phrenic

phrenitis [Anathol] n • phrenitis (-ìtis)

phrenitis [Anathol] n • phrenitis

phrenograph (instrument recording the movements of the diaphragm) n • phrenographo

phrenograph (instrument recording the movements of the diaphragm) n • phrenographo (-nò-)

phrenological adj • phrenologic

phrenologist n • phrenologista

phrenologist n • phrenologo (-òlogo)

phrenologist n • phrenologo

phrenology n • phrenologia

phrenology n • phrenologia (-ìa)

phrenopathic adj • phrenopathic

phrenopathy n • phrenopathia

phrenopathy n • phrenopathia (-ìa)

Phrygia n • Phrygia

Phrygian adj • phrygie

Phrygian n • phrygio

-phthong (voice) occurring in compounds] n • -phthong-

phyllo-, -phyll, -phyllum (leaf) occurring in compounds] n • phyllo-

phylogenetic adj • phylogenetic

phylogenist n • phylogenista

phylogeny (1. science of phylogeny; 2. phylogenesis) n • phylogenia

phylogeny (1. science of phylogeny; 2. phylogenesis) n • phylogenia (-ìa)

phylogeny, phylogenesis n • phylogenese

phylogeny, phylogenesis n • phylo-genesis (-gé-)

phylogeny, phylogenesis n • phylogenese (-gé-)

phylogeny, phylogenesis n • phylo-genesis

phylon (tribe or race) Biol] n • phylo

phylum [Biol] n • phylo

physical adj • physic

physical-education n • education physic

physician, doctor n • medico

physician, doctor n • medico (mé-)

physician n • doctor de medicina, medico

physician n • medico, doctor de medicina

physicist n • physico

physicochemical adj • physicochimic

physicochemistry n • physicochimia

physicochemistry n • physicochimia (-ìa)

physics n • physica

physiocracy n • physiocratia (-ìa)

physiocracy n • physiocratia

physiocrat n • physiocrate

physiocrat n • physiocrate (-ò-)

physiocratic adj • physiocratic

physiognomic (1. as in physiognomic studies; 2. as in physiognomic expression) adj • physiognomic

physiognomist n • physiognomista

physiognomonic adj • physiognomonic

physiognomy (1. art of determining character from features of the face; 2. face) n • physiognomia (-ìa)

physiognomy (1. art of determining character from features of the face; 2. face) n • physiognomia

physiognomy (physiognomics) n • physiognomonia

physiognomy (physiognomics) n • physiognomonia (-ìa)

physiography n • physiographia

physiography n • physiographia (-ìa)

physiologic, physiological adj • physiologic

physiologist n • physiologo

physiologist n • physiologo (-òlogo)

physiology n • physiologia (-ìa)

physiology n • physiologia

physiotherapist n • physiotherapeuta

physiotherapy n • physiotherapia

physiotherapy n • physiotherapia (-ìa)

physique n • physico

physlologist n • physiologista

phytography, descriptive botany n • phytographia (-ìa)

phytography, descriptive botany n • phytographia

pi (1. the Greek letter pi; 2. Math]) n • pi

pi [Math] • pi

pianist n • pianista

piano (grand -) n • piano de cauda

piano n • piano

piano, pianoforte [Mus] n • piano

pianoforte, piano [Mus] n • pianoforte

pianola n • pianola

piaster, piastre [Monet] n • piastra

piastre, piaster [Monet] n • piastra

picaresque adj • picaresc

picaro adj • picare

picaro n • picaro

pìcaro n • picaro H]

pìcaro n • picaro

piccolo n • octavino, piccolo

piccolo n • piccolo, octavino

piccolo, octave flute n • octavino

pick (best) n • flor, melior

pick (best) n • melior, flor

pick (choice) n • selection

pick (choose) v • seliger

pick, gather v • leger

pick, gather v • leger -leg-/-lect-]

pick (gather) v • colliger

pick, pickax n • picco

pick, plectrum n • plectro

pick (tool) n • piceo

pick fruit v • disfructar

pickax (-axe) n • picco

pickax, pick n • picco

picket n • indust/mil

picket v • installar picehettos, picchettar

picket v • picchettar, installar picehettos

picking n • selection, collection

picking n • collection, selection

pickle n • pickles, conservas

pickle n • conservas, pickles

pickle n • conservas (in vinagre;in salmuria), pickles

pickle n • pickles, conservas (in vinagre;in salmuria)

pickle v • marinar, conservar (in vinagre;in salmuria)

pickle v • marinar, conservar

pickle v • conservar (in vinagre;in salmuria), marinar

pickle v • conservar, marinar

pickling brine n • salmuria

pickpocket n • pickpocket A]

pickpocket n • pickpocket

pick-up (acquire) v • acquirer

pick-up (collect) v • colliger

pick-up (from ground) vt • levar

pick-up n • pick-up

pick-up (recover) vi • recuperar

pick-up (take) v • prender

pickup, tone arm [Elec] n • pick-up

pickup, tone arm [Elec] n • pick-up A]

picnic n • picnic

picnic n • picnic A]

picnic v • facer picnic

pictorial adj • illustrate, pictural

pictorial adj • pictural, illustrate

pictorial, pictural adj • pictural

pictural, pictorial adj • pictural

picture n • pictura

picture, paint v • picturar

picture v • picturar

picturesque adj • pictoresc

pidgin (bastardization of ``business) n • jargon anglochinese

pie n • torta

pie pan n • tortiera

piece (1. play, dramatic work; 2. piece of music) n • pièce F]

piece (1. play, dramatic work; 2. piece of music) n • pièce

piece (chess -) n • pecia

piece (fragment) n • morsello, fragmento

piece (fragment) n • fragmento, morsello

piece n • Gen]

piece n • pecia

piece of advice, counsel n • consilio

piece of clothing, garment n • vestimento

piece of furniture n • mobile

piece of news n • nova

piece of real property n • immobile

piecemeal adj • non systematic

piecemeal (little by little) adv • pauc a pauc

piece-of-news n • nova

piece-together (assemble) v • assemblar

piece-together v • Fig]

piecework n • labor (pagate

piedmont (as in a piedmont glacier) adj • pedemontan

piedmont (piedmont district) n • pedemonte

Piedmont, Piedmontese (pertaining to Piedmont, Italy) adj • pedemontese

pier (jetty) n • jectata, imbarcatorio

pier (jetty) n • imbarcatorio, jectata

pier, mole, jetty n • jectata

pier (of a bridge) n • pila

pier (of bridge) n • pila

pier, quay, key n • quai F]

pier, quay, key n • quai

pier (wharf) n • cai

pierce, bore v • terebrar

pierce (get through) v • penetrar

pierce (make a hole in) v • perciar

pierce (make a hole in) v • perforar

piercing adj • acute, penetrante

piercing adj • penetrante, acute

piercing n • penetrante

Pietism n • pietismo

Pietist n • pietista

piety n • pietate

piety [Relig] n • pietate

pig, hog n • porco

pig n • porco

pig iron n • ferro fundite (in barras)

pig iron n • ferro fundite

pigeon, dove n • pipion

pigeon n • pipion, columba

pigeon n • columba, pipion

pigeon n • columba

pigeonhole n • alveolo de bureau

pigeon-house, dovecot n • columbiera

pig-headed adj • obstinate

pig-headedness n • obstination

piglet n • juvene porco

pigment n • pigmento

pigmentary adj • pigmentari

pigmentation n • pigmentation

pigmy n • pygmeo

pigskin n • pelle de porco

pigsty n • porchiera

pigtail n • cauda

pike [Arms] n • picca

pike (fish) n • lucio

pike (weapon) n • picca

pilaf, pilau, pilaw n • pilav

pilaf, pilau, pilaw n • pilav Tu]

pilaster n • pilastro

pilau, pilaw, pilaf n • pilaw Pers]

pilau, pilaw, pilaf n • pilaw

pilaw, pilaf, pilau n • pilaw

pilaw, pilaf, pilau n • pilaw Pers]

pilchard n • sardina

pile (1. heap, stack; 2. Elec.) n • pila

pile, heap n • cumulo (cù-)

pile, heap n • cumulo

pile (heap) n • pila, cumulo

pile (heap) n • cumulo, pila

pile, heap up v • pilar

pile, mass n • mole

pile (mass) n • mole

pile n • civil eng/phys

pile, nap (of cloth, velvet) n • pilo

pile (of cloth) n • pilo

pile v • pilar, cumular

pile v • cumular, pilar

piles (hemorrhoids) n • hemorrhoides

pile-up v • accumular, cumular

pile-up v • cumular, accumular

pilfer v • furar

pilferer n • furtator, fur

pilferer n • fur, furtator

pilfering n • furto

pilgrim n • peregrino

pilgrim n • pelegrino, peregrino

pilgrim n • pelegrino

pilgrim n • peregrino, pelegrino

pilgrimage (make a -) v • facer un pelegrinage/peregrination

pilgrimage n • pelegrinage (-aje)

pilgrimage n • peregrination, pelegrinage

pilgrimage n • pelegrinage

pilgrimage n • pelegrinage, peregrination

pill n • pilula

pill, pilule n • pilula (pì-)

pill, pilule n • pilula

pillage, depredate, plunder v • depredar

pillage n • piliage

pillage n • saccheo, piliage

pillage n • piliage, saccheo

pillage n • piliage (-aje)

pillage, plunder v • piliar

pillage, sack v • sacchear

pillage, sacking n • saccheo

pillage, sacking n • saccheo (-éo)

pillage, sacking n • saccheamento

pillage, take booty, prey v • predar

pillage v • sacchear, depredar, piliar

pillage v • depredar, piliar, sacchear

pillage v • piliar, sacchear, depredar

pillager n • saccheator

pillager, plunderer n • predator

pillager, plunderer n • piliator

pillar n • columna, pilar

pillar n • pilar, columna

pillar n • pilar

pillar-box n • cassa postal

pillion n • sede posterior

pillory n • pilori

pillory n • pilori (-ì)

pillow n • cossino de capite

pillowcase n • copertura de cossino de capite

pilose, hairy adj • pilose

pilosity, hairiness n • pilositate

pilot adj/n • pilota

pilot [Naut] n • pilota

pilot v • pilotar

pilot-boat n • barca pilota

piloting, pilotage n • pilotage

piloting, pilotage n • pilotage (-aje)

pilot-show n • programma pilota

Piltdown man, Eoanthropus [Paleontol] n • eoanthropo (-trò-)

Piltdown man, Eoanthropus [Paleontol] n • eoanthropo

pilular adj • pilular

pilule, pill n • pilula

pilule, pill n • pilula (pì-)

pimele n • button, pustula

pimele n • pustula, button

pimento (1. pimiento; 2. allspice) n • pimento

pimento n • pimento

pimple, pustule n • button

pimply adj • pustulose

pin (as in ninepins) n • quillia

pin [Elec] • clave de contacto

pin (for fastening) n • spinula

pin (for fastening together parts of clothing) n • spinula

pin v • attachar/fixar con un spinula

Pinaceae [Bot] n • pinaceas

pinaceous adj • pinacee

pinaster, cluster pine, sea pine n • pinastro

pincal adj • pineal

pince-nez n • pince-nez F]

pince-nez n • pince-nez

pincers, nippers, vise, clamp, tongs n • tenalia

pincers (small) n • pincette

pincers (tongs, nippers) n • pincias, tenalia

pincers (tongs, nippers) n • tenalia, pincias

pinch n • prisa

pinch v • pinciar

pincushion n • cossinetto

pine (1. pine tree; 2. pine wood) n • pino

pine n • pino

pine, piny adj • pinee

pine v • deperir, languer

pine v • languer, deperir

pine cone n • pinea

pine grove, pinetum n • pineto

pine nut, piñon n • pinion

pineapple [Bot] n • ananas (-às)

pineapple [Bot] n • ananas

pineapple n • ananas

pine-cone n • pinea

pine-for v • desirar ardentemente

pinetum, pine grove n • pineto

ping-pong n • ping-pong

ping-pong n • ping-pong, tennis de tabula

ping-pong n • tennis de tabula, ping-pong

ping-pong n • ping-pong A]

pinion (cogwheel) n • pinnion

pinion n • pinnion

pinion v • ligar le alas o le bracios

pink adj • rosate

pink [Bot] n • diantho

pink (motor) v • detonar

pink n • diantho

pin-money n • moneta de tasca

pinnacle [Arch] n • pinnaculo

pinnacle n • pinnaculo

pinnule, sightvane [Surv] n • pinnula

piñon, pine nut n • pinion

pinpoint v • signalar con precision

pins-and-needles n • formiculation

pinstripe v • facer strias fin

pinstriped adj • a strias fin

pinstripes n • strias fin

pint n • pinta

pintado, guinea fowl, guinea hen n • pintada P]

pintado, guinea fowl, guinea hen n • pintada

pint-of-view n • puncto de vista

pinup n • pin-up

piny, pine adj • pinee

pioneer [Mil] n • pionero

pioneer n • pionero

pious adj • pie, religiose

pious adj • religiose, pie

pious, devoted adj • pie

pip n • pepita

pip, seed, stone n • pepita

pipe (1. tube; 2. Meas]; 3. tobacco pipe) n • pipa

pipe n • tubo

pipe (tobacco) n • pipa

pipe vi • pipar

pipe of Pan, syrinx n • syringa

pipedream n • sperantia illusori

pipeful n • pipata

pipeline (for gas) n • gasoducto

pipeline (for oil) n • oleoducto

piper n • de cornamusa, jocator de pipa

piper n • jocator de pipa, de cornamusa

piperaceous [Bot] adj • piperacee

piperine [Chem] n • piperina

pipette n • pipetta

piquancy n • gusto piccante

piquant adj • piccante

piquant adj • piccante ppr of piccar

pique (1. to arouse, stir up; 2. to offend) v • piccar

pique (as in a fit of pique) n • picca

pique n • picca

piqué (ribbed cotton fabric) n • piqué

piqué (ribbed cotton fabric) n • piqué F]

pique v • piccar

piracy n • pirateria

piracy n • pirateria, curso

piracy n • curso

piracy n • curso, pirateria

pirate, commit piracy v • piratar

pirate (literary) n • plagiario

pirate (marauder) n • pirata

pirate (one who commits piracy) n • pirata

pirate v • piratar

pirouette [Dancing] n • pirouette F]

pirouette [Dancing] n • pirouette

pirouette n • pirouette

pirouette v • pirouettar

piscary, fishing ground n • piscaria

piscatorial, piscatory adj • piscatori

piscatory, piscatorial adj • piscatori

pisces n • pisces

pisciculture n • piscicultura

pisciform adj • pisciforme

piscina [Eccl] n • piscina

piscivorous adj • piscivore

pisiform (1. pea-shaped; 2. Anat/Zoo]) adj • pisiforme

pistachio (nut) n • pistacio

pistachio (tree) n • pistaciero

pistachio (tree) n • pistacia

pistil [Bot] n • pistillo

pistillar, pistillary [Bot] adj • pistillar

pistillary, pistillar [Bot] adj • pistillar

pistilliferous [Bot] adj • pistillifere

pistol n • pistola

pistole n • pistola

piston (1. Mach]; 2. Mus]) n • piston

piston n • piston

pit, cavity, grave n • fossa

pit (coalmine) n • carboniera

pit (ditch) n • fossa

pit, kernel (grainlike seed of any plant) n • grano

pit (seed) n • grano

pit, shaft [Mineral] n • puteo

pit (shaft) n • puteo

pit v • opponer

pitch (a tent) v • plantar

pitch (as in concert pitch) n • accordatura

pitch (cover over or smear with pitch) v • piciar

pitch n • mus

pitch (residuum of wood tar, coal tar) n • pice

pitch (sport) n • terreno

pitch (tar) n • pice

pitch (tar) v • piciar

pitch (throw) v • lancear, jectar

pitch (throw) v • jectar, lancear

pitchblende n • pechblende G]

pitchblende n • pechblende

pitcher, jug n • urceo

pitcher (jug) n • urceo

pitcher (sport) n • lanceator

pitchfork n • furca

pitchy adj • piciose

piteous adj • pietose

pitfall n • periculo, insidia

pitfall n • insidia, periculo

pith n • medulla

pith, quintessence (of a book, poem) n • succo

pith (quintessence) n • succo

pith (spongy tissue) n • medulla

pithead n • bucca de puteo

pithy adj • medullose

pithy (of the spongy tissue) adj • medullose

pithy (terse) adj • vigorose, succincte

pithy (terse) adj • succincte, vigorose

pitiful adj • pietose

pitiless adj • impietose

pittance n • pitancia

pittance, small allowance n • pitancia

pitted adj • alveolate

pitted, alveolate, honeycombed adj • alveolate

pituitary gland n • glandula pituitari

pity, commiserate v • commiserar

pity (compassion) n • pietate

pity, mercy, compassion n • misericordia

pity n • misericordia, pietate

pity n • pietate, misericordia

pity v • commiserar, haber pietate de

pity v • haber pietate de, commiserar

pivot n • pivote

pivot v • girar sur un pivote

pivot v • montar sur un pivote

pixie n • fee

pixie n • fee (typo de - )

pixilated, pixillated adj • folle

placability, placableness n • placabilitate

placable adj • placabile

placableness, placability n • placabilitate

placard n • placard

placard, poster n • placard

placard, poster n • placard F]

placate, appease v • placar

placate v • placar

placater n • placator

placation n • placation

placatory, conciliatory adj • placatori

place (1. locality; 2. position in a series, an order) n • loco

place (1. square; 2. position, office) n • placia

place (1. to put, set; 2. to secure a position or place for) v • placiar

place (in the wrong - , out of -) adj • displaciate

place (inconvenient) adj • inopportun

place, lay, put v • poner pon-/posit-/post-]

place, lay, put v • poner

place (locality) n • loco

place (position, room, square) n • placia

place (position, station) n • posto

place, set, locate (in a particular place) v • locar

place (take -) v • haber loco

place v • poner, placiar

place v • placiar, poner

place before, place in front, prepose v • preponer -pon-/-posi-]

place before, place in front, prepose v • anteponer -pon-/-posit-]

place before, place in front, prepose v • anteponer

place before, place in front, prepose v • preponer

place where frogs abound, froggery, frog pond n • raniera

place-a-bet v • facer un sponsion

placed, situated adj • site

placement (1. action of placing, setting; 2. action of securing a position for someone) n • placiamento

placename n • nomine de loco

placenta n • placenta

placer [Mining] n • placer A]

placer [Mining] n • placer

place-to-place phr • de sito a sito, de hic a illac, de placia a placia

place-to-place phr • de hic a illac, de placia a placia, de sito a sito

place-to-place phr • de placia a placia, de sito a sito, de hic a illac

placid adj • placide

placidity n • placiditate

placing before, placing in front, preposing (act of) n • anteposition

plafond (ceiling) n • plafond

plagiarism n • plagiato

plagiarism n • plagio

plagiarist n • plagiario

plagiarist v • plagiario

plagiarize v • plagiar

plague (affliction, calamity) n • plaga

plague (bubonic) n • peste

plague n • plaga, pestilentia

plague n • pestilentia, plaga

plague, pestilence (bubonic) n • peste

plague, pestilence n • pestilentia

plague v • plagar

plaice, flatfish n • platessa

plaice n • platessa

plaid adj/n • plaid

plaid n • plaid A]

plaid n • plaid

plain (clear) adj • clar, evidente, plan

plain (clear) adj • evidente, plan, clar

plain (clear) adj • plan, clar, evidente

plain (clear, easy to understand) adj • plan

plain n • plana

plain (not beautiful) adj • pauco attractive

plain (of style) adj • simple

plain-clothes (in) adj/adv • vestimentos civil

plainess (clarity) n • evidentia, claritate

plainess (clarity) n • claritate, evidentia

plainess (of style) n • simplicitate

plainess (unattractiveness) n • manco de beltate

plaint, lamentation, lament n • plancto

plaintiff, demandant n • demandator

plaintiff n • demandator

plaintive adj • lamentose

plain-to-see adj • apparente

plait, braid v • tressar

plait n • tressa

plait, tress, braid n • tressa

plait v • tressar

plaiter, braider n • tressator

plaiting, braiding (act of) n • tressage (-aje)

plaiting, braiding (act of) n • tressage

plan (1. of a house, garden, town; 2. scheme) n • plano

plan (1. to represent by map, diagram; 2. to think out plans for) v • planar

plan (design, etc) n • plano, designo

plan (design, etc) n • designo, plano

plan (scheme) n • projecto, plano

plan (scheme) n • plano, projecto

plan v • projectar, planar

plan v • planar, projectar

planarian, platyhelminth, flatworm [Zool] n • plathelminthe

plane adj • plan

plane (aircraft) n • avion

plane, flat, level adj • plan

plane (flat or level surface) n • plano

plane, flatten, smooth v • applanar

plane, smooth v • planar

plane (tool for smoothing, planishing) n • plana

plane (tool) n • plana

plane (tree) Bot] n • platano (plà-)

plane (tree) Bot] n • platano

plane (tree) n • platano

plane v • planar

planer (one who or that which planes or smoothes) n • planator

planet n • planeta

planetarium n • planetario

planetary adj • planetari

planetoid n • planetoide

planimeter n • planimetro

planimeter n • planimetro (-ì-)

planimetry n • planimetria

planimetry n • planimetria (-ìa)

planing, flattening, smoothing (act of) n • applanamento

planish v • planar

planisher (of metals) n • planator

planisphere n • planispherio

planispheric, planispherical, planispheral adj • planispheric

plank, board n • planca

plank n • planca

plankton [Zool] n • plancton

plankton [Zool] n • plancton (plànc-)

planner (city/town -) n • urbanista

planner (city/town planner) n • urbanista

planner n • Gen]

planner n • projectator

planner n • autor

planner n • Pol]

planner (pol) n • planificator

planning (city/town -) n • urbanismo

planning n • organisation

planning (pol) n • planification

plant adj • vegetal

plant [Indust] • machineria, installation

plant [Indust] • installation, machineria

plant n • planta

plant v • plantar

plant (vegetable organism) n • planta

plant vines v • vitar

plantaginaceous [Bot] adj • plantaginacee

plantain [Bot] n • plantagine

plantar, sole plantar [Anat] adj • plantar

plantation n • plantation

plantation of red or British oaks n • roboreto

planter (1. one who plants; 2. owner of aplantation) n • plantator

plantigrade n • plantigrado (-ì-)

plantigrade n • plantigrado

plantigrade [Zool] adj • plantigrade (-ì-)

plantigrade [Zool] adj • plantigrade

planting (art of) n • plantation

plaque (disk of metal) n • placa

plaque n • placa

plaquette (small decorated plaque) n • plachetta

plasm, plasma (1. Mineral]; 2. Physiol]) n • plasma

plasm, plasma (1. Mineral]; 2. Physiol]) n • plasma -ma/-mat-]

plasma n • plasma

plast- (moulded, formed) occurring in derivatives and compounds] adj • plast-

plaster (apply a medicinal plaster to) v • emplastrar

plaster, cover with plaster v • ingypsar

plaster (for building) n • gypso

plaster [Med] • emplastro

plaster (of Paris) n • gypso

plaster v • ingypsar

plaster-board n • carton de gypso

plasterer n • gypsero

plasterer (worker, dealer, in plaster of Paris) n • gypsero

plastering n • revestimento de gypso

plaster-of-paris n • gypso

plastic adj • plastic

plastic n • plastico

plastic, plastics (as in plastic or plastics is a widely used material) n • plastico

plastic art n • plastica

plasticine (trade name) n • pasta de modellar, plasticina

plasticine (trade name) n • plasticina, pasta de modellar

plasticity n • plasticitate

plastic-surgery n • chirurgia plastic, chirurgia esthetic

plastic-surgery n • chirurgia esthetic, chirurgia plastic

plastron (1. protection for the breast of a fencer;2. starched shirt front) n • plastron

plastron (1. protection for the breast of a fencer;2. starched shirt front) n • plastron F]

platanaceous [Bot] adj • platanacee

plate, board, table, slab n • tabula (tà-)

plate, board, table, slab n • tabula

plate, dish, platter n • platto

plate (for food) n • platto

plate, overlay (with plates of metal) v • placar

plate (photog) n • platta

plate (sheet of metal) n • platta

plate (slab) n • tabula

plate (thin) n • lamina, lamella

plate (thin) n • lamella, lamina

plate v • placar

plateau [Gen] • plateau

plateau (high) n • altiplano

plateau n • plateau

plateau n • plateau F]

plateful n • platto

plate-glass n • vitro plan polite

platen (of printing machine) n • platina

platen (of typewriter) n • rolo

platform (1. as in gun platform, streetcar platform; 2. Pol]) n • platteforma

platform (at meeting) n • tribuna

platform, estrade, dais n • estrade F]

platform, estrade, dais n • estrade

platform (for band) n • estrade

platform [Gen] • platteforma

platform n • Pol]

platform, tribune, rostrum n • tribuna

platform scale, weighbridge n • bascula

platform-ticket n • billet de ingresso

plating n • placage, revestimento metallic

plating n • revestimento metallic, placage

platiniferous adj • platinifere

platinization n • platinatura

platinize v • platinar

platinoid adj • platinoide

platinoid n • platinoide

platinotype [Photog] n • platinotypia (-ìa)

platinotype [Photog] n • platinotypia

platinum n • platino

platitude n • platitude F]

platitude n • loco commun, platitude

platitude n • platitude

platitude n • platitude, loco commun

Plato [Gr. Philos] n • Platon

platonic adj • platonic

Platonic adj • platonic

Platonism n • platonismo

Platonist, Platonic n • platonico

Platonize v • platonisar

platoon n • peloton

platter, plate, dish n • platto

platurous, flat-tailed [Zool] adj • platyure

platy-, plat- (flat) occurring in compounds] adj • platy-

platycephalic, platycephalous, flatheaded [Med/Anthropol] adj • platycephale

platycephaly, flat-headedness [Med/Anthropol] n • platycephalia

platycephaly, flat-headedness [Med/Anthropol] n • platycephalia (-ìa)

platyhelminth, flatworm, planarian [Zool] n • plathelminthe

platypodia, flatfoot [Med] n • platypodia (-ìa)

platypodia, flatfoot [Med] n • platypodia

platypodous [Zool] adj • platypode

platypodous [Zool] adj • platypode (-ìpode)

platypus, Ornithorhyncus, duckbill [Zool] n • ornithorhynco

platyrrhine [Zool/Anthropol] adj • platyrrhin

plausibility, plausibleness n • plausibilitate

plausible adj • plausibile

plausible (reasonable, acceptable) adj • plausibile

plausibleness, plausibility n • plausibilitate

play (1. to take part in a game; 2. to gamble; 3. Theat] (act) v • jocar

play (an instrument) v • sonar

play, game (as in the play of children, the game of chess) n • joco

play, make music v • musicar

play [Mech] n • joco

play [Mus] • sonar

play n • gen/mech

play, show n • ludo

play, show [Theat] n • spectaculo

play [Theat] • spectaculo, drama

play [Theat] • drama, spectaculo

play v • jocar

play a carillon v • carillonar

play on chimes, play on a carillon, produce by chiming v • carillonar

play or act the buffoon v • buffonar

player (of an instrument) n • sonator

player (of game) n • jocator

player (of instruments) n • sonator

player (participant in a game) n • jocator

playful adj • jocose

playful, jocose adj • jocose

playfulness n • jocositate

playground n • corte de recreation

playhouse n • theatro

playing, gaming, gambling n • joco

playing card n • carta de joco

playing field n • campo de joco

playing on chimes or a carillon (action of) n • carillonamento

playmate n • camerada

playpen n • parco

plaything n • joculo

plaything, toy n • joculo

playtime n • pausa, hora de recreation

playtime n • hora de recreation, pausa

playwright, dramatist n • dramaturgo

playwright n • dramaturgo

plea (defence) n • defensa

plea (entreaty) n • supplica

plea (excuse) n • pretexto

plea (legal) n • declaration

plead (a cause) v • defender, plaitar

plead (a cause) v • plaitar, defender

plead (entreat) v • supplicar

plead (excuse) v • allegar, pretextar

plead (excuse) v • pretextar, allegar

plead (guilty or not guilty) v • declarar se culpabile o innocente

pleading n • supplication

pleasant adj • gentil, placente, dulce

pleasant adj • placente (ppr of placer)

pleasant adj • dulce, gentil, placente

pleasant adj • placente

pleasant adj • placente, dulce, gentil

pleasant, nice adj • gentil

pleasantness, agreeableness n • agradamento

pleasantness (agreeableness) n • amenitate, agradamento

pleasantness (agreeableness) n • agradamento, amenitate

pleasantness, niceness n • gentilessa

pleasantness (of manner) n • gentilessa

please, humor v • complacer

please interj • per favor

please v • placer

pleased (glad) adj • contente

pleased (happy) adj • allegre, felice

pleased (happy) adj • felice, allegre

pleased, satisfied adj • complacente

pleasing adj • agradabile

pleasing, agreeable adj • agradabile

pleasing, suave, sweet adj • suave

pleasurable adj • agradabile, que da placer

pleasurable adj • que da placer, agradabile

pleasure, delight, joy n • delicia

pleasure, delight n • voluptate

pleasure n • placer

pleasure n • agradamento

pleasure, satisfaction n • complacentia

pleasure v • placer

pleasure, will n • grado

pleat, fold n • plica

pleat, fold v • plicar

pleat n • plica

pleat v • plicar

plebeian (1. Rom. Hist]; 2. common, vulgar) adj • plebeie (-bé-)

plebeian (1. Rom. Hist]; 2. common, vulgar) adj • plebeie

plebeian (1. Rom. Hist]; 2. member of the populace) n • plebeio

plebeian (1. Rom. Hist]; 2. member of the populace) n • plebeio (-bé-)

plebeianism (1. plebeian character; 2. plebeian style or expression) n • plebeismo

plebeianism (1. plebeian character; 2. plebeian style or expression) n • plebeismo (-ìzmo)

plebeianism (plebeian character) n • plebeitate

plebeianize, render plebeian v • plebeisar

plebiscitary adj • plebiscitari

plebiscite n • plebiscito

plebs (1. Rom. Hist]; 2. common people, populace) n • plebe

plectrum n • plectro

plectrum, pick n • plectro

pledge (of faith) n • fidantia

pledge, pawn, security n • pignore

pledge (pawnbroking) n • pignore

pledge v • sponder spond-/spons-]

pledge v • sponder

pledge of faith n • fidantia

pleg-, plego- (1. blow, stroke; 2. Med]) occurring in compounds] n • pleg-

Pleiad (1. one of the Pleiades; 2. Lit]) n • pleiade

Pleiad (1. one of the Pleiades; 2. Lit]) n • pleiade (-ì-)

Pleistocene [Geol] adj • pleistocen

Pleistocene [Geol] n • pleistoceno

plenary adj • plenari

plenilunar, plenilunary, of the full moon adj • plenilunar

plenilunary, of the full moon, plenilunar adj • plenilunar

plenilune, full moon n • plenilunio

plenipotence, full power n • plenipotentia

plenipotentiary adj • plenipotentiari

plenipotentiary n • plenipotentiario

plenipotentiary (plenipotentiary envoy or ambassador) n • plenipotentiario

plenitude (1. fullness; 2. abundance) n • plenitude

plentiful adj • abundante, copiose

plentiful adj • copiose, abundante

plenty (- large enough) adv • plus que bastante grande

plenty, abundance, copiousness n • copia

plenty n • abundantia, copia

plenty n • copia, abundantia

plenty-of adj • multe, un abundantia de

plenty-of adj • un abundantia de, multe

pleonas- (be superfluous) occurring in derivatives] v • pleonas-

pleonasm n • pleonasmo

pleonaste, ceylonite [Mineral] n • pleonasto

pleonastic adj • pleonastic

plesio-, plesi- (near, close) occurring in compounds] adj • plesi-

plesiosaurus, plesiosaur [Paleontol] n • plesiosauro

plethora n • plethora

pleura [Anat] n • pleura

pleural adj • pleural

pleurisy [Med] n • pleuritis

pleurisy [Med] n • pleuritis (-ìtis)

pleurisy n • pleuritis

pleuritic adj • pleuritic

pleuropneumonia [Med] n • pleuropneumonia (-ìa)

pleuropneumonia [Med] n • pleuropneumonia

plexiglas (polymethyl methacrylate) n • plexiglas

plexus n • plexo

pli-, plio- (more) occurring in compounds] adj • pli-

pliabile adj • plicante

pliable, pliant adj • plicante

pliable, pliant adj • plicante (ppr of plicar)

pliant adj • flexibile

pliant, pliable adj • plicante

pliant, pliable adj • plicante (ppr of plicar)

plica, Polish plait [Pathol] n • plica

plication, plicature n • plicatura

plicature, plication n • plicatura

pliers n • tenalias

plight n • stato difficile, condition triste

plight n • condition triste, stato difficile

plimsoll n • scarpa de gymnastica

plimsoll-line n • linea de carga

plimsoll-mark n • marca de carga

plinth n • plintho, socculo

plinth n • socculo, plintho

Pliocene [Geol] adj • pliocen

Pliocene [Geol] n • plioceno

plod v • avantiar laboriosemente

plodder n • travaliator perseverante ma pauco brillante

plonk interj • planc!

plot, conspiracy n • conspiration

plot (conspiracy) n • conspiration, complot

plot (conspiracy) n • complot, conspiration

plot (conspire) v • conspirar

plot (course, graph) v • traciar

plot, intrigue v • cabalar

plot, intrigue v • ordir

plot (of land) n • terreno

plot (of play, novel) n • fabula, intriga

plot (of play, novel) n • intriga, fabula

plot, story (of a a play) n • fabula (fà-)

plot, story (of a a play) n • fabula

plot against v • insidiar

plot together, conspire v • conjurar

plot-against v • insidiar

plotter, conspirator n • conspirator

plotter (conspirator) n • conspirator

plotter (draughtsman) n • traciator

plotter, intriguer n • orditor

plotter, machinator n • machinator

plotter n • insidiator

plot-together v • conjurar

plough n • aratro

plough, plow n • aratro

plough, plow v • arar

plough v • arar

ploughing n • aratura

plover [Ornith] n • pluviero

plow, furrow v • sulcar

plow n • aratro

plow, plough n • aratro

plow, plough v • arar

plow v • arar

plow colter n • cultro

plow for the third time [Agr] v • tertiar

plowed field n • aratura

plower, plowman n • arator

plowing (act of) n • aratura

plowman, plower n • arator

ploy n • artificio, tactica

ploy n • tactica, artificio

pluck (flowers) v • colliger

pluck n • corage

pluck (poultry) v • plumar

pluck (poultry) v • plumar, displumar

pluck (poultry) v • displumar, plumar

pluck (poultry) v • displumar

pluck (strings) v • pizzicar

pluck-up courage v • armar se de corage

plucky adj • coragiose

plug [Elect] • clave de contacto

plug, stop up v • tappar

plug, stopper n • tappo

plug (stopper) n • tappo

plug v • tappar

plughole (tubo de) n • exito

plug-in v • connecter, inserer

plug-in v • inserer, connecter

plug-in v • inserer (le clave), connecter (le apparato)

plug-in v • connecter (le apparato), inserer (le clave)

plum n • pruna

plum (tree) n • pruno

plum orchard n • pruneto

plum pudding n • plumpudding A]

plum pudding n • plumpudding

plum tree n • pruno, pruniero

plum tree n • pruniero, pruno

plumage n • plumage (-aje)

plumage n • plumage

plumb (1. to weight with lead; 2. to test by a plumb line) v • plumbar

plumb adj • a plumbo

plumb n • plumbo

plumb line, perpendicular n • perpendiculo

plumbeous, lead adj • plumbee

plumber n • plumbero

plumber's shop n • plumberia (-ìa)

plumber's shop n • plumberia

plumbic adj • plumbic

plumbiferous adj • plumbifere

plumbing n • plumberia

plumbing n • plumberia (-ìa)

plumb-line n • perpendiculo

plume (adorn with plumes) v • implumar

plume n • pluma

plummet, lead [Naut] n • sonda

plumose, feathered, feathery adj • plumose

plump adj • corpulente

plump-for v • seliger

plumule (1. Bot]; 2. little feather) n • plumula

plunder (booty) n • butin, spolia

plunder (booty) n • spolia, butin

plunder, pillage, depredate v • depredar

plunder, pillage v • piliar

plunder, rapine n • rapina

plunder, ravage n • rapimento

plunder, rob, depredate v • predar

plunder (the act) n • rapina, saccheo, piliage

plunder (the act) n • saccheo, piliage, rapina

plunder (the act) n • piliage, rapina, saccheo

plunder v • rapinar

plunder v • piliar, sacchear, rapinar, depredar

plunder v • rapinar, depredar, piliar, sacchear

plunder v • depredar, piliar, sacchear, rapinar

plunder v • sacchear, rapinar, depredar, piliar

plunderer, depredator n • depredator

plunderer, pillager n • piliator

plunderer, pillager n • predator

plunge n • immersion

plunge, sink v • merger

plunge v • merger, immerger

plunge v • immerger, merger

plunge v • immerger (se), merger (se)

plunge v • merger (se), immerger (se)

plunge (into), sink (in) v • merger merg-/mers-]

plunger n • piston

plunk interj • planc

pluperfect adj • plusquamperfecto

pluperfect n • plusquamperfecto

plural (1. more than one) adj • plural

plural adj/n • plural

pluralism [Philos] n • pluralismo

pluralist [Philos] n • pluralista

plurality (1. state of being plural; 2. majority; 3. Elections]) n • pluralitate

pluralize v • pluralisar

plurilocular [Bot/Zool] adj • plurilocular

plurinominal adj • plurinominal

plus adj • positive

plus n • quantitate positive

plus prep • plus

plush n • pluche F]

plush n • pluche

pluto- (wealth) occurring in compounds] n • pluto-

plutocracy n • plutocratia (-ìa)

plutocracy n • plutocratia

plutocrat n • plutocrate (-ò-)

plutocrat n • plutocrate

plutocratic adj • plutocratic

plutological adj • plutologic

plutologist n • plutologo

plutologist n • plutologo (-òlogo)

plutology n • plutologia (-ìa)

plutology n • plutologia

Plutonian adj • plutonie

plutonian, plutonist [Geol] n • plutonista

plutonic [Geol] adj • plutonic

plutonism [Geol] n • plutonismo

plutonist, plutonian [Geol] n • plutonista

plutonium [Chem] n • plutonium (-tò-)

plutonium [Chem] n • plutonium

plutonomic n • plutonomic

plutonomy n • plutonomia

plutonomy n • plutonomia (-ìa)

pluvial, rainy adj • pluvial

pluviometer n • pluviometro

pluviometer n • pluviometro (-òmetro)

pluvious, rainy adj • pluviose

ply (a trade) v • exercer

ply (bus, taxi) vi • offerer un servicio, ir e venir

ply (bus, taxi) vi • ir e venir, offerer un servicio

ply (handle) vt • manear

plywood n • ligno contraplicate

pneumatic (1. as in pneumatic tire; 2. spiritual) adj • pneumatic

pneumatic adj • pneumatic

pneumatic-drill n • forator pneumatic

pneumatics n • pneumatica

pneumatological adj • pneumatologic

pneumatology (doctrine of spirits or spiritual beings) n • pneumatologia (-ìa)

pneumatology (doctrine of spirits or spiritual beings) n • pneumatologia

pneumatometer n • pneumatometro (-òmetro)

pneumatometer n • pneumatometro

pneumonia n • pneumonia

pneumonia n • pneumonia (-ìa)

pneumonia [Pathol] n • pulmonia (-ìa)

pneumonia [Pathol] n • pulmonia

pneumonic adj • pneumonic

pneumono- (lung) occurring in derivatives and compounds] n • pneumono-

pneumonotherapy n • pneumonotherapia (-ìa)

pneumonotherapy n • pneumonotherapia

pneumorrhagia n • pneumorrhagia

pneumorrhagia n • pneumorrhagia (-ìa)

pneumothorax n • pneumothorace

poach (eggs) v • cocer in aqua sin scalia

poach (game) v • chassar o piscar illegalmente

poached-egg n • ovo cocite in aqua sin scalia ovo bullite sin scalia

poacher n • chassator o piscator fraudulente

poaching n • chassa o pisca fraudulente

pocket n • tasca

pocket, put in a pocket v • intascar

pocket v • intascar

pocket-book (book) n • libro de tasca

pocketbook, wallet n • portafolio

pocket-book (wallet) n • portafolio

pocketful n • tascata

pocket-knife n • cultello de tasca

pocket-money n • moneta de tasca

pock-marked adj • marcate de variolas

pod [Bot] n • siliqua (sì-)

pod [Bot] n • siliqua

pod- (foot) occurring in derivatives and compounds] n • pod-

pod n • siliqua

podagra [Pathol] n • podagra

pod-bearing adj • siliquifere

podex, buttocks n • podice

podex, buttocks n • podice (pò-)

podical adj • podical

podium n • podio

podium [Rom. Hist] n • podio

podometer, pedometer n • podometro (-òmetro)

podometer, pedometer n • podometro

poem n • poema

poet n • poeta

poetaster n • poetastro

poetaster, versifier n • poetastro

poetess n • poetessa

poetic adj • poetic

poetical adj • poetic

poetically adv • poeticamente

poetics n • poetica

poetize (as in to poetize the lives of the poor) v • poetisar

poetry n • poesia (-ìa)

poetry n • poesia

pogrom n • pogrom

pogrom n • pogrom R]

poignancy n • intensitate, pungentia

poignancy n • pungentia, intensitate

poignancy n • pungentia

poignant adj • pungente ppr of punger

poignant adj • emotionante, intense, pungente

poignant adj • intense, pungente, emotionante

poignant adj • pungente, emotionante, intense

poilu n • poilu F]

poilu n • poilu

point (1. dot; 2. Gram] (period; 3. definite item or unit, as salient point, important point, another point, etc) n • puncto

point (1. sharp end of a weapon, pin, pen, etc; 2. Geog] (tapering promontory or cape; 3. salient feature of a story, epigram, joke, etc) n • puncta

point (1. to furnish with a point; 2. to direct, level) v • punctar

point (a gun) vt • punctar

point (be on the - of) v • esser super le puncto de

point (item) n • puncto

point (out) v • signalar

point (sharp end) n • puncta

point, sharpen v • appunctar

point (telescope, etc) v • orientar

point (the -) conj • a proposito

point vi • esser orientate

point out, call attention to v • relevar

point-at v • monstrar, indicar

point-at v • indicar, monstrar

point-blank adj • categoric, directe

point-blank adj • directe, categoric

point-blank adv • directemente

point-duty n • controlo del circulation

pointed, acuminate adj • acuminate (pp of acuminar)

pointed, acuminate adj • acuminate

pointed (having a point or points) adj • punctute

pointed (with a tip) adj • acuminate, punctute

pointed (with a tip) adj • punctute, acuminate

pointed (with a tip) (of remarks) adj • mordace, inequivoc

pointed (with a tip) (of remarks) adj • inequivoc, mordace

pointer [Dogs] n • pointer A]

pointer [Dogs] n • pointer

pointer n • punctator

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

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

pointless adj • insensate, inutile

pointless adj • inutile, insensate

point-out (by argument) v • relevar

point-out (indicate) v • indicar

points n • Rr]

poise n • porto, aplomb, equilibrio

poise n • equilibrio, porto, aplomb

poise n • aplomb, equilibrio, porto

poised (balanced) adj • ben equilibrate

poised (hovering) adj • placiate instabilemente, suspense

poised (hovering) adj • suspense, placiate instabilemente

poised (ready) adj • parate

poison n • veneno

poison n • veneno, toxico

poison n • toxico

poison n • toxico, veneno

poison v • intoxicar

poison v • invenenar, intoxicar

poison v • intoxicar, invenenar

poison v • invenenar

poison-bearing adj • venenifere

poisoning (act of) n • invenenamento

poisoning (act of) n • veneficio

poisoning n • invenenamento, intoxication

poisoning n • intoxication, invenenamento

poisoning, toxication n • intoxication

poisonous (of a snake) adj • venenose

poisonous, toxic adj • toxic

poisonous (toxic) adj • toxic

poisonous, venomous adj • venenose

poisonous, virose adj • virose

poison-producing, venenific adj • venenific

poke (a fire) v • attisar

poke (push) n • pulsata

poke (push) v • pulsar

poke (with a poker) n • colpo de attisator

poke-fun-at v • rider se de

poker (cards) n • poker

poker [Cards] n • poker A]

poker [Cards] n • poker

poker (for fire) n • attisator

pokeweed n • phytolacca

poky adj • parve, stricte

poky adj • stricte, parve

Poland [Geog] n • Polonia

Poland n • Polonia

polar adj • polar

polar-bear n • urso blanc/polar

polarimeter n • polarimetro (-rì-)

polarimeter n • polarimetro

polariscope n • polariscopio

polarity n • polaritate

polarization n • polarisation

polarize v • polarisar

polarizer n • polarisator

pole (as in North Pole, magnetic pole) n • polo

pole [Elect] n • palo

pole [Geog] n • polo

pole, long staff n • pertica

pole, long staff n • pertica (pér-)

Pole n • polaco

pole (of a vehicle) n • timon

pole (polish national) n • polaco, polonese

pole (polish national) n • polonese, polaco

pole (post) n • pertica, palo

pole (post) n • palo, pertica

polem- (war) occurring in derivatives] n • polem-

polemic (controversial argument) n • polemica

polemic n • polemica

polemic, polemical adj • polemic

polemical adj • polemic

polemicist, controversialist n • polemista

polemics n • polemica

pole-star n • stella polar

pole-vault n • salto con pertica

police (1. the whole system of internal regulation of a state or community; 2. police force) n • policia (-ìa)

police (1. the whole system of internal regulation of a state or community; 2. police force) n • policia

police adj • policiari

police (as in police regulations) adj • policiari

police (maintain law and order in) v • policiar

police n • policia

police v • policiar

police-force n • policia

police-man n • policiero, agente de policia

police-man n • agente de policia, policiero

policeman n • policiero

police-station n • commissariato de policia

police-woman n • agente de policia, policiera

police-woman n • policiera, agente de policia

policy (as in insurance policy) n • polissa

policy (course) n • linea de conducta

policy (insurance) n • polissa

policy n • Pol]

policy (planned course of action) n • politica

poliomyelitis n • poliomyelitis

-polis (city) occurring in derivatives and compounds] n • -polis

polish (1. act of polishing; 2. smoothness, luster) n • polimento

polish (1. to make smooth and shiny; 2. to refine) v • polir

Polish adj • polac

polish adj • polonese, polac

polish adj • polac, polonese

polish, furbish, clean (up) v • furbir

polish, give luster to v • lustrar

Polish (language) adj • polonese

polish (language) n • polonese

polish (metal) v • furbir

polish (polishing) n • polimento

polish (shoes) v • lustrar

polish, smooth (make even) v • lisiar

polish (smooth) v • lisiar

polish v • Gen]

polish (wax) n • cera

Polish plait, plica [Pathol] n • plica

Polish polonese adj • polonese

polisher (1. one who polishes; 2. polishing tool) n • politor

polisher, smoother (one who smoothes) n • lisator

polishing (act of) n • politura

polishing (shining) n • polimento

polishing, smoothing (action of) n • lisiamento

polishing (smoothing) n • lisiamento

polish-off v • terminar, devorar, liquidar

polish-off v • devorar, liquidar, terminar

polish-off v • liquidar, terminar, devorar

polish-up (improve) v • perfectionar

polish-up (shine) v • polir

Politburo n • Politburo

Politburo n • Politburo R]

polite adj • polite

politeness n • politessa

politic adj • politic

political adj • politic

politically adv • politicamente

politician n • politico

politics n • politica

polka (- dot, -tted) adj • de punctas

polka (dance) n • polka

polka n • polka Polish]

polka n • polka

polka v • polkar

poll, ballot n • scrutinio

poll (gallup) n • sondage

poll n • gen/pol

poll (votes) v • reciper, obtener

poll (votes) v • obtener, reciper

pollen [Bot] n • polline

pollen n • polline

pollinate, pollinize [Bot] v • pollinisar

pollinate v • pollinisar

polling n • votation

polling-booth n • cabina de votation

polling-station n • centro de votation

pollinic [Bot] adj • pollinic

polliniferous adj • pollinifere

pollinization [Bot] n • pollinisation

pollinize, pollinate [Bot] v • pollinisar

pollinosis, hay fever [Med] n • pollinosis

pollinosis, hay fever [Med] n • pollinosis (-òsis)

pollute (1. to soil, make filthy; 2. to make unclean morally, ceremonially) v • polluer -lu-/-lut-]

pollute (1. to soil, make filthy; 2. to make unclean morally, ceremonially) v • polluer

pollute v • polluer

pollution n • pollution

Pollux (1. Gr. Mythol]; 2. Astron]) n • Pollux

Pollux (1. Gr. Mythol]; 2. Astron]) n • Pollux (pòl-)

polo (sport) n • polo

polo [Sports] n • polo Balti]

polo [Sports] n • polo

polonaise (1. Clothing]; 2. Dancing]; 3. Mus]) n • polonaise F]

polonaise (1. Clothing]; 2. Dancing]; 3. Mus]) n • polonaise

polonium [Chem] n • polonium (-lò-)

polonium [Chem] n • polonium

poltergeist n • poltergeist G]

poltergeist n • poltergeist

poltroon n • poltron

poltroonery n • poltroneria

poltroonery n • poltroneria (-ìa)

poly- (many, much, several) occurring in compounds] adj • poly-

polyandrous adj • polyandre

polyandry (1. Anthropol]; 2. Bot]) n • polyandria

polyandry (1. Anthropol]; 2. Bot]) n • polyandria (-ìa)

polyatomic [Chem] adj • polyatomic

polychaetous [Zool] adj • polychete

polychromatic adj • polychromatic

polychrome adj • polychrome

polygamic adj • polygamic

polygamist n • polygamo (-lì-)

polygamist n • polygamo

polygamous adj • polygame (-lì-)

polygamous adj • polygame

polygamy n • polygamia

polygamy n • polygamia (-ìa)

polyglot adj • polyglotte

polyglot n • polyglotto

polygon n • polygono

polygonal adj • polygon

polygonal adj • polygonal

polyhedral [Math] adj • polyhedre

polyhedron [Math] n • polyhedro

polymer [Chem] n • polymero

polymer [Chem] n • polymero (-ìmero)

polymer n • polymero

polymeric, polymerous [Chem] adj • polymere

polymerism, polymerization [Chem] n • polymeria

polymerism, polymerization [Chem] n • polymerisation

polymerism, polymerization [Chem] n • polymeria (-ìa)

polymerization, polymerism [Chem] n • polymerisation

polymerization, polymerism [Chem] n • polymeria

polymerization, polymerism [Chem] n • polymeria (-ìa)

polymerize [Chem] v • polymerisar

polymerous, polymeric [Chem] adj • polymere

Polynesia [Geog] n • Polynesia

Polynesia n • Polynesia

polynesian adj • polynesian

Polynesian adj • polynesian

Polynesian n • polynesiano

polynesian n • polynesiano

polynomial adj • math

polynomial [Alg] adj • polynomie

polynomial [Alg] n • polynomio

polynomial, multinominal [Math] adj • multinomie

polynomial n • polynomio

polynominal, multinominal [Math] n • multinomio

polyp [Med] n • polypo

polyp, polypus (1. Zool]; 2. Med]) n • polypo

polyp, polypus (1. Zool]; 2. Med]) n • polypo (pò-)

polypary n • polypero

polypeptide n • polypeptido

polypetalous adj • polypetalose

polyphase [Elect] adj • polyphasic

polyphonic adj • polyphonic, polyphone

polyphonic adj • polyphone, polyphonic

polyphonic adj • polyphone

polyphonic adj • polyphonic

polyphony n • polyphonia (-ìa)

polyphony n • polyphonia

polypus [Med] n • polypo

polysaccharide [Chem] n • polysaccharido

polysemy n • polysemia

polysterine n • polysterino

polysyllabic adj • polysyllabe

polysyllabic adj • polysyllabe (-sì-)

polysyllable n • polysyllabo

polysyllable n • polysyllabo (-sì-)

polysynthesis n • polysynthese (-ìntese)

polysynthesis n • polysynthese

polysynthetic adj • polysynthetic

polytechnic adj • polytechnic

polytechnic n • polytechnico

polytechnic (school) n • polytechnico

polytheism n • polytheismo

polytheism n • polytheismo (-teìzmo)

polytheist n • polytheista

polytheist n • polytheista (-teìsta)

polytheistic adj • polytheistic

polythene n • polythene

polyvalence n • polyvalentia

polyvalent adj • polyvalente

polyvinyl [Chem] n • polyvinylo

pomace n • pulpa de pomo

pomaceous (bearing pomes or pomelike fruits) adj • pomacee

pomaceous [Bot] adj • pomaceose, pomacee

pomaceous [Bot] adj • pomacee, pomaceose

pomade (-) v • pomadar

pomade n • pomada

pomade v • pomadar

pomander n • cossinetto perfumatte

pomatum n • pomada

pome n • pomo

pomegranate [Bot] n • granata

pomegranate (fruit of the pomegranate) n • granata

pomelo (grapefruit) n • pompelmus, pompelmo

pomelo (grapefruit) n • pompelmo, pompelmus

Pomerania [Geog] n • Pomerania

Pomerania n • Pomerania

pomeranian adj • pomeranian

Pomeranian adj • pomeran

Pomeranian (inhabitant of Pomerania) n • pomerano

pomeranian n • pomerano

pomfret (fish) n • pomfret

pomiculture n • pomicultura

pomiculture n • pomi-cultura

pomiculturist n • pomicultor

pomiculturist n • pomi-cultor

pomiferous adj • pomifere

pomiform adj • pomiforme

pommel (as in pommel of a sword) n • pomo

pommel (beat on) v • batter

pommel (knob of a saddle) n • pommello

pommel (knob of sword handle) n • pommo

pommy (Australian insult) n • anglese

pommy (hair style) n • pompadour

pomological adj • pomologic

pomologist n • pomologista

pomology n • pomologia

pomology n • pomologia (-ìa)

Pomona [Rom Relig] n • Pomona

pomp, display n • apparato

pomp, display, ostentation n • fasto

pomp, splendor n • pompa

pompano (fish) n • pampano

Pompei [Geog] n • Pompeia

Pompeii [Geog] n • Pompeii

pom-pom (mil) n • pompom

pompon n • pompon

pompon n • pompon F]

pomposity n • pompositate

pompous (of style) adj • ampullose, emphatic

pompous (of style) adj • emphatic, ampullose

pompous (stately) adj • pompose

poncho n • poncho H]

poncho n • poncho

pond n • stagno

pond, pool, standing water n • stagno

pond lily [Bot] n • lilio de laco

pond scum n • scuma verde

pond scum n • scuma de alga

pond weed n • planta de stagno

ponder, think of v • meditar

ponder v • ponderar, meditar

ponder v • meditar, ponderar

ponder (weigh in one's mind) v • ponderar

ponderability n • ponderabilitate

ponderable adj • ponderabile

ponderal, pertaining to weight adj • ponderal

pondering (act of) n • ponderation

ponderosity, weightiness, heaviness n • ponderositate

ponderous adj • ponderose

ponderous, weighty, heavy adj • ponderose

pone (U.S) n • pane de mais

pong v • odorar fetidemente

pongee n • pon-chi

pongee n • drappo de seta chinese

poniard, dagger n • pugnal

poniard (dagger) n • pugniallo

pons (piece of connecting tissue) n • ponte

pontes (plural of pons) n • pontes

pontifex n • pontifice

pontiff n • pontifice (-ìfice)

pontiff n • pontifice

pontifical adj • pontifical

pontifical pontifical adj • pontifical

pontificate (1. to officiate as a pontiff; 2. to act, speak, with pomposity) v • pontificar

pontificate n • pontificato

pontificate v • pontificar

Pontius Pilate n • Pontio Pilato

pontonier n • pontonero

pontonier, pontoneer n • pontonero

pontoon n • ponton

pony (as in Shetland pony) n • pony A]

pony (as in Shetland pony) n • pony

pony (horse) n • pony

pony-tail n • capillo in cauda

poodle n • can de aqua

poodle n • pudel

pooh-bear n • urso de pu

pooh-pooh v • negar le importantia de, rider se de

pooh-pooh v • rider se de, negar le importantia de

pool (for swimming) n • piscina

pool n • Commer]

pool (pond) n • stagno

pool, standing water, pond n • stagno

pool v • mitter in commun

poop (old -) n • persona irritabile

poop [Slang] n • excremento, caca, flatulentia

poop [Slang] n • caca, flatulentia, excremento

poop [Slang] n • flatulentia, excremento, caca

poo-poo [Slang] n • excremento, caca, pupu

poo-poo [Slang] n • pupu, excremento, caca

poo-poo [Slang] n • caca, pupu, excremento

poor (1. indigent, needy; 2. unfortunate) adj • povre

poor (indigent, needy) adj • paupere

poor (needy unfortunate) adj • paupere, povre

poor (needy unfortunate) adj • povre, paupere

poor creature n • povretto

poor speller, cacographer n • cacographo

poor speller, cacographer n • cacographo (-cò-)

poorly adj • indisposite

poorly adv • mal

pop (drink) n • bibita gasose

pop (father) n • papa

pop n • detonation legier

pop vt • poner rapidemente vl saltar

popcorn n • mais rostite

Pope (as in Pope Joan) n • papessa

Pope n • papa

pope, papa, papas [Orthodox Ch] n • pope

pope (Roman Catholic) n • papa

pop-in v • visitar brevemente

poplar n • poplo

pop-music n • musica pop

pop-out v • sortir un momento

poppy n • papavere

populace n • populaceo

popular (1. people's; 2. favored by the people) adj • popular

popular adj • popular

popularity n • popularitate

popularization n • popularisation

popularize v • popularisar

populate v • popular

population n • population

populator n • populalor

populous adj • populose

porcelain, china n • porcellana

porcelain n • porcellana

porcelain (of or made of porcelain) adj • porcellanari

porcelain maker or dealer n • porcellanero

porcelain shell, cowrie n • porcellana

porcelanite [Mineral] n • porcellanite

porch n • portico

porcine (1. of swine; 2. swinish) adj • porcin

porcupine n • porcospino

pore (as in the pores of the sweat glands) n • poro

pore n • poro

pore-over v • esser absorbite in, studiar profundemente

pore-over v • studiar profundemente, esser absorbite in

poriferous [Zool] adj • porifere

pork n • porco

pork shop n • porcheria (-ìa)

pork shop n • porcheria

pork-butcher's n • porcheria

porno abbrev/adj • pornographic

porno- (harlot) occurring in compounds] n • porn-

pornocracy n • pornocratia

pornocracy n • pornocratia (-ìa)

pornographer n • pornographo (-ògrapho)

pornographer n • pornographo

pornographic adj • pornographic

pornography n • pornographia (-ìa)

pornography n • pornographia

porosity (state of being porous) n • porositate

porous adj • porose

porphyritic adj • porphyric

porphyroid [Petrography] n • porphyroide

porphyry n • porphyro (pòr-)

porphyry n • porphyro

porpoise n • porco marin

porraceous adj • porracee

porridge n • pappa de avena

port (- the sword) vt • portar le spada

port, harbor n • porto

port (harbour) n • porto

port (left side of a ship) Naut] n • babordo

port (not starboard) n • babordo

port (wine) n • vino de porto

portable adj • portabile

portal n • portal

portend v • portender

portend v • portender -tend-/-tent-]

portent n • portento

portent, prodigy, marvel n • portento

portentous, monstrous, prodigious adj • portentose

porter [Gen] • portero

porter (in uniform) n • switzo

porter n • Rr]

porter [RR] n • portator

portfolio (case for documents, prints, etc) n • portafolio

portfolio n • portafolio

porthole n • oculo

portico n • portico

portiere n • portiera

portion (1. part of a whole; 2. share) n • portion

portion n • portion, parte

portion n • parte, portion

portion, small portion, particle n • parcella

portion v • apportionar

portly adj • corpulente

portrait n • portrait

portrait n • portrait F]

portrait painter, portraitist n • portraitista (-treitìsta)

portrait painter, portraitist n • portraitista

portraitist, portrait painter n • portraitista (-treitìsta)

portraitist, portrait painter n • portraitista

portrait-painter n • portraitista

portray (depict) v • describer, depinger

portray (depict) v • depinger, describer

portray (make likeness of) v • portraitar, effigiar

portray (make likeness of) v • effigiar, portraitar

portray v • effigiar

portray v • portraitar (-tretar)

portray v • portraitar

portrayal n • representation, effigiamento

portrayal n • effigiamento, representation

portrayal, portraying (act of) n • effigiamento

portraying, portrayal (act of) n • effigiamento

Portugal [Geog] n • Portugal

Portugal n • Portugal

Portuguese (1. native of Portugal; 2. Portuguese language) n • portugese

Portuguese adj • portugese

portuguese adj/n • portugese

pose (1. attitude of the body, etc; 2. mental attitude) n • posa

pose (a question) v • formular

pose (arrange) vt • mitter in posa

pose (assume a studied attitude) v • posar

pose n • posa

pose, posture n • postura

pose, posture n • positura

pose, posture v • posturar

pose vi • posar

pose-as v • eriger se in

poser, poseur n • posator

poseur, poser n • posator

posh (of voice) adj • affectate

posh (smart) adj • elegante, chic, de luxo

posh (smart) adj • chic, de luxo, elegante

posh (smart) adj • de luxo, elegante, chic

position (job) n • posto

position (location) n • position

position n • situation, position

position n • position, situation

position v • implaciar

positive (1. as in positive law; 2. real, actual; 3. specif: Alg, Elec, etc] (not negative) adj • positive

positive adj • positive

positive (degree) Gram] n • positivo

positive (photog) n • positivo

positive [Photog] n • positiva

positiveness, postivity n • positivitate

positivism [Philos] n • positivismo

positivist [Philos] n • positivista

positon, positron [Atomic Phys] n • positron

positon, positron [Atomic Phys] n • positon

positron, positon [Atomic Phys] n • positon

positron, positon [Atomic Phys] n • positron

poss his adj • su

poss his pron • sue

poss mine pron • mie

poss my adj • mi

poss our adj • nostre

poss their adj • lor

poss theirs pron • lore

possess (1. to hold, own; 2. as in a demon possesses him) v • posseder -sed-/-sess]

possess (1. to hold, own; 2. as in a demon possesses him) v • posseder

possess v • posseder

possessed adj • possedite

possessed (by the devil) adj • indiabolate

possessed (possessed by a demon) adj • possedite

possessed (possessed by a demon) adj • possedite (pp of posseder)

possession (1. ownership; 2. property) n • possession

possession, holding (of a thing) n • detention

possession n • possession

possession, property n • ben

possessions, belongings n • haber

possessions n • possessiones, haber

possessions n • haber, possessiones

possessive (1. as in possessive rights; 2. Gram]) adj • possessive

possessive adj • possessive

possessive, genitive [Gram] adj • genitive

possessive n • genitivo, caso possessive

possessive n • caso possessive, genitivo

possessor n • possessor

possessory adj • possessori

possibility, contingency n • eventualitate

possibility n • possibilitate

possible adj • possibile

possible adj • eventual, possibile

possible adj • possibile, eventual

possible, contingent adj • eventual

possibly adv • forsan

post (1. place, station; 2. position, employment) n • posto

post (1. relay; 2. mail, postal service) n • posta

post (a bill, placard) v • placardar

post adj • postal

post (assign, mail) v • postar

post (assign to a post) v • postar

post (job) n • posto

post (letters) n • currero, correspondentia

post (letters) n • correspondentia, currero

post, mail v • postar

post (pole) n • palo

post (postal service) n • posta

post, stake n • palo

Post Exchange, canteen [Mil] n • cantina

post office n • posta

postage n • tarifa postal, porto

postage n • porto, tarifa postal

postage-stamp n • timbro postal

postal adj • postal

postal card n • carta postal

postal order n • mandato postal

postal service n • servicio postal

postbox n • cassa postal

postboy (postilion) n • postillion

postcard n • carta postal

postcode n • codice postal

Postcommunion [Eccl] n • postcommunion

postdate, date forward v • postdatar

postdate v • retrodatar

postdated adj • retrodatate

postdiluvian adj • postdiluvian

poster n • placardo affiche

poster, placard n • placard

poster, placard n • placard F]

posterior (1. back, rear; 2. later) adj • posterior

posterior adj/n • posterior

posterior, buttock n • posterior

posterior, buttock n • culo

posteriority n • posterioritate

posterity n • posteritate

Postern [Fortif] n • posterna

postglacial adj • postglacial

posthumous adj • postume (pòs-)

posthumous adj • postume

posthumously adj • post le morte

postilion n • postilion

postilion, postillion (rider on left horse of a pair pulling a coach) n • postillion

posting n • postada

postivity, positiveness n • positivitate

postliminium, postliminy [Internat Law] n • postliminio

postliminy, postliminium [Internat Law] n • postliminio

postman, mailman n • currero

postman n • currero

postmark n • timbro cancellatori

postmeridian adj • postmeridian

post-mortem n • autopsia

post-office (bureau de) n • posta

post-paid adv • responsa pagate, franc de porto

post-paid adv • franc de porto, responsa pagate

postpone, remit v • remitter -mitt-/-miss-]

postpone, remit v • remitter

postpone v • ajornar, postponer

postpone v • postponer, ajornar

postpone v • postponer -pon-/-posit-]

postpone v • postponer

postponement n • ajornamento, postponimento

postponement n • postponimento, ajornamento

postponement n • postponimento

postposition n • postposition

postpositive [Gram] adj • postpositive

postscript n • postscripto

postulate v • postular

posture n • postura

posture n • situation

posture, pose n • postura

posture, pose n • positura

posture, pose v • posturar

pot (chamber-) n • urinal

pot [Cookery] n • marmita

pot (food) v • conservar

pot (for cooking) n • olla, marmita

pot (for cooking) n • marmita, olla

pot, jar n • olla

pot (jar) n • potto

pot (plant) v • plantar in testo

potability n • potabilitate

potam-, potamo-, -potamus (river) occurring in derivatives and compounds] n • potamo-

potash (1. potassium carbonate; 2. caustic potash) n • potassa

potassic adj • potassic

potassium, kalium n • kalium

potassium, kalium n • kalium (kà-)

potassium n • potassium (-tàs-)

potassium n • potassium

potato n • patata

potency [Med] • efficacia

potency (power) n • potentia, fortia

potency (power) n • fortia, potentia

potent adj • potente

potent, mighty, powerful adj • potente

potent, mighty, powerful adj • potente (ppr of poter)

potentate n • potentato

potential adj/n • potential

potential potential adj • potential

potentiality n • potentialitate

potentially adv • potentialmente

potentilla, cinquefoil [Bot] n • potentilla

potherb n • legumine

pothole (in road) n • cavo

pothole (in rock) n • marmita de gigante

potion [Med] n • potion

potion n • potion

potpourri (musical or literary medley) n • potpourri F]

potpourri (musical or literary medley) n • potpourri

potsherd n • testo

potter (maker of earthenware pots) n • ollero

potter n • ollero, ceramista

potter n • ceramista, ollero

potter-about v • occupar se de bagatellas

pottery (1. potter's shop; 2. pottery ware) n • olleria

pottery (1. potter's shop; 2. pottery ware) n • olleria (-ìa)

pottery n • ceramica, olleria

pottery n • olleria, ceramica

pouch n • bursa

poulterer, poultry dealer n • pullero

poultice, cataplasm [Med] n • cataplasma

poultice n • cataplasma

poultry n • aves domestic

poultry dealer, poulterer n • pullero

poultry farming n • pullicultura

poultry man, chicken farmer n • gallinero

poultry-farming n • pullicultura

pounce n • salto

pounce v • saltar, precipitar se

pounce v • precipitar se, saltar

pounce-upon v • attaccar subitemente

pound, bruise, tund v • tunder tund-/-tus-]

pound, bruise, tund v • tunder

pound (money) n • libra sterling

pound n • libra

pound v • batter, tunder

pound v • tunder, batter

pound (weight) n • libra

poundage n • taxa de emission

pour (discharge liquid) vt • versar

pour, rain heavily v • diluviar

pour (tea) v • servir

pour vi • currer abundantemente

pour forth, shed, effuse, pour out v • effunder

pour forth, shed, effuse, pour out v • effunder -fund-/-fus-]

pour in v • infunder -fund-/-fus-]

pour in v • infunder

pour out, pour forth, shed, effuse v • effunder

pour out, pour forth, shed, effuse v • effunder -fund-/-fus-]

pourboire, tip n • pourboire F]

pourboire, tip n • pourboire

pour-forth v • effunder

pour-in (- out) v • effunder

pour-in vi • entrar in massa

pour-in vt • infunder

pouring in n • infusion

pouring rain adj/n • pluviente torrentialmente

pour-with-rain v • pluver torrentialmente

pout v • grimassar con le labios

poverbially adv • proverbialmente

poverty n • paupertate, povressa

poverty n • povressa, paupertate

poverty n • paupertate

poverty (quality of being poor) n • povressa

poverty-stricken adj • miserabile, indigente

poverty-stricken adj • indigente, miserabile

powder (1. pulverized substance; 2. Specif: Pharm, Cosmetics]; 3. gunpowder) n • pulvere

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

powder n • pulvere

powder (pulverize) v • pulverisar, reducer in pulvere

powder (pulverize) v • reducer in pulvere, pulverisar

powder (sprinkle with powder) v • pulverar

powder-room n • w.c. de feminas

powdery adj • pulverulente

powdery, pulverulent, dusty adj • pulverulente

power (1. ability to do or act; 2. Pol]) n • potentia

power (ability to do) n • poter

power (ability to do or act) n • poter

power (mental) n • facultate

power, might n • potestate

power n • Elec]

power n • mech/math

power (strength) n • fortia

power of attorney n • procuration

powerful adj • potente

powerful, potent, mighty adj • potente (ppr of poter)

powerful, potent, mighty adj • potente

powerless adj • impotente, inefficace

powerless adj • inefficace, impotente

power-point n • prisa

power-station n • central

practicability n • practicabilitate

practicable adj • practicabile

practicable, executable adj • executabile

practical (1. not theoretical; 2. as in a practical individual; 3. adapted for a required purpose) adj • practic

practical (1. not theoretical; 2. as in a practical individual; 3. adapted for a required purpose) adj • practic (pràc-)

practical adj • practic

practically adv • quasi, practicamente

practically adv • practicamente, quasi

practice (actual application of knowledge) n • practica (pràc-)

practice (actual application of knowledge) n • practica

practice (as in the practice of a profession) n • exercitio

practice (as in the practice of a profession) n • exercitation

practice (be out of -) v • non esser in forma

practice, carry on v • exercer

practice (exercise) n • exercitio

practice (habit) n • costume

practice (of a doctor) n • clientela

practice (reality) n • practica

practice v • practicar, exercer

practice v • practicar

practice v • exercer, practicar

practice cabala, cabalize v • cabalar

practice simony v • simonisar

practice usury v • usurar

practise v • exercer, practicar

practise v • practicar, exercer

practised adj • practic, experte

practised adj • experte, practic

practising adj • active

practitioner (doctor) n • medico

practitioner (expert) n • professional

praefoliation, vernation, prefoliation [Bot] n • prefoliation

pragmatic (1. pertaining to practical affairs; 2. relative to philosophical pragmatism) adj • pragmatic

pragmatic, pragmatic sanction n • pragmatica

pragmatic sanction, pragmatic n • pragmatica

pragmatism (1. pragmatic character; 2. Philos]) n • pragmatismo

pragmatist (1. pragmatical person; 2. adherent of philosophical pragmatism) n • pragmatista

Prague n • Praga

prairie n • prateria (-ìa)

prairie n • prairie

prairie n • prairie F]

prairie n • prateria

praise, laud v • laudar

praise, lauding, laudation n • laudation

praise n • laude, elogio

praise n • laude

praise n • elogio, laude

praise v • laudar

praiseworthiness, laudability n • laudabilitate

praiseworthy adj • digne de laude, laudabile

praiseworthy adj • laudabile, digne de laude

praiseworthy, laudable adj • laudabile

pram (perambulator, baby-carriage) n • cochietto de infante

prance v • facer capriolas, saltar

prance v • saltar, facer capriolas

prank n • burla

prattle, chatter, babble v • garrular

prattle v • balbutiar

pravity, depravity n • pravitate

prawn (crustacean, shripm) n • grande crangon, leander serratus

prawn (crustacean, shripm) n • leander serratus, grande crangon

pray v • precar

pray v • precar, orar

pray v • orar, precar

pray v • orar

prayer (entreaty) n • supplica, prece

prayer (entreaty) n • prece, supplica

prayer (god) n • oration, precaria, prece

prayer (god) n • prece, oration, precaria

prayer (god) n • precaria, prece, oration

prayer n • precaria

prayer, orison n • oration

prayer, petition, request n • supplica

prayer, petition, request n • supplica (sùp-)

prayer, request, entreaty n • prece

prayerbook n • libro de precarias

prdductivity n • productivitate

preach, sermonize v • sermonar

preach v • predicar

preacher n • sermonator

preacher n • predicante

preacher n • predicator

preaching (act or art of) n • predication

preaching n • predication

preachment, sermon n • predica (pré-)

preachment, sermon n • predica

preamble (make a preamble to) v • preambular

preamble n • preambulo (-àm-)

preamble n • preambulo

precarious (1. as in precarious privileges; 2. as in aprecarious situation) adj • precari

precarious adj • precari

precariousness n • precarietate

precaution n • precaution

precede v • preceder

precede v • preceder -ced-/-cess-]

precedence n • precedentia

precedent adj/n • precedente

precedent n • precedente

preceding adj • precedente

precept n • precepto

preceptive adj • preceptive

preceptor, teacher, instructor n • preceptor

precession n • precession

precinct (commercial centre) n • centro commercial

precinct n • Amer

preciosity, affectation n • preciositate

precious (1. valuable; 2. affected, over-refined) adj • preciose

precious adj • preciose

preciousness, great value n • preciositate

precipice n • precipitio

precipitant [Chem] n • precipitante

precipitate (1. to hurl down; 2. to hasten, cause to be quick; 3. Chem]) v • precipitar

precipitate adj • precipitate

precipitate [Chem] n • precipitato

precipitate, falling headlong adj • precipite (-cìpite)

precipitate, falling headlong adj • precipite

precipitate n • precipitato

precipitate v • precipitar

precipitate (very hasty) adj • precipitate (pp of precipitar)

precipitate (very hasty) adj • precipitate

precipitation (1. hurling down; 2. falling headlong; 3. excessive haste; 4. Chem]) n • precipitation

precipitous (very steep) adj • precipitose

precis n • summario

precise adj • precise, stricte

precise adj • precise

precise adj • stricte, precise

precision n • precision

precocious adj • precoce

precociousness, precocity n • precocitate

precocity, precociousness n • precocitate

precognition n • precognition

preconceive v • preconciper -cip-/-cept-]

preconceive v • preconciper

preconception n • preconception

precursor, forerunner, harbinger n • precursor

predatory adj • rapace

predecessor n • predecessor

predecessor n • antecessor, predecessor

predecessor n • predecessor, antecessor

predecessor n • antecessor

predefine v • predefinir

predefinition n • predefinition

predestination n • predestination

predestine v • predestinar

predestined adj • predestinate

predetermination (1. act of predetermining; 2. Theol]) n • predetermination

predetermine (1. to determine beforehand; 2. Theol]) v • predeterminar

predicament, category [Philos] n • predicamento

predicament (fix) n • situation difficile

predicament n • philos

predicate n • predicato

predicate v • predicar

predict v • predicer -dic-/-dict-]

predict v • predicer

predict v • augurar, predicer

predict v • predicer, augurar

prediction n • prediction

predictor n • predictor

predilection n • predilection

predispose (as in debility predisposes the body to disease) v • predisponer

predispose (as in debility predisposes the body to disease) v • predisponer -pon-/-posit-]

predisposition n • predisposition

predominance n • predominantia

predominance, prevalence n • prevalentia

predominant adj • predominante

predominant, prevalent adj • prevalente

predominant, prevalent adj • prevalente (ppr of prevaler)

predominate, prevail v • prevaler

predominate v • predominar

predomination n • predomination

pre-eminence n • preeminentia

pre-eminent adj • preeminente

preestablish v • preestablir

preestablish v • prestabilir

preexist v • preexister

preexistence n • preexistentia

preexistent adj • preexistente

prefab adj/n • abbrev

prefabrication n • prefabrication

prefabrlcate v • prefabricar

preface (1. RCCh]; 2. introduction, foreword) n • prefacio

preface n • prefacio

preface v • prefaciar

prefect n • prefecto

prefectoral, prefetorial adj • prefectoral

prefectship n • prefectura

prefecture n • prefectura

prefer v • preferer

preferability n • preferibilitate

preferable adj • preferibile

preference n • preferentia

preferential (- treatment) phr • tractamento preferential

preferential adj • preferential

preferentialism n • preferentialismo

preferentialist n • preferentialista

preferentially adv • preferentialmente

prefetorial, prefectoral adj • prefectoral

prefiguration (1. action of prefiguring; 2. prototype) n • prefiguration

prefigure, foreshadow v • prefigurar

prefix [Gram] n • prefixo

prefix n • prefixo

prefix (put or fix before) v • prefixar

prefix (put or fix before) v • prefiger -fig-/-fix-]

prefix (put or fix before) v • prefiger

prefix v • prefixar

prefloration [Bot] n • prefloration

prefoliation, praefoliation, vernation [Bot] n • prefoliation

preglacial adj • preglacial

pregnable, open to attack adj • prendibile

pregnable, stormable adj • expugnabile

pregnancy (1. state of being with child or young; 2. state of being filled with meaning) n • pregnantia

pregnancy, gravidity n • graviditate

pregnancy n • pregnantia, graviditate

pregnancy n • graviditate, pregnantia

pregnant (significant) adj • pregnante

pregnant (with child) adj • gravide, pregnante

pregnant (with child) adj • pregnante, gravide

pregnant (with child, gravid) adj • gravide

prehensile adj • prehensile

prehension n • prehension

prehistoric adj • prehistoric

prehistory n • prehistoria

prejudge v • prejudicar

prejudice (affect injuriously) v • prejudicar

prejudice, bias n • preoccupation

prejudice, bias n • prevention

prejudice, bias v • preoccupar

prejudice n • prejudicio

prejudice v • prejudiciar

prejudiced adj • interessate, partial

prejudiced adj • partial, interessate

prejudicial adj • prejudicial

prelacy n • prelatura

prelacy n • prelatia

prelacy n • prelatia (-ìa)

prelate n • prelato

prelatic adj • prelatic

preliminary adj/n • preliminar

preliminary, opening (as in the opening pages) adj • liminar

preliminary investigation [Law] n • instruction

preliminary preliminar adj • preliminar

prelude [Mus] v • preludiar

prelude n • preludio

prelude v • preludiar

prelude v • preluder

premature adj • prematur

premature adj • prematur, precoce

premature adj • precoce, prematur

premature ejaculation n • ejaculation prematur

prematureness, prematurity n • prematuritate

prematurity, prematureness n • prematuritate

premeditate (give forethought) v • premeditar

premeditate v • premeditar

premeditated adj • premeditate (pp of premeditar)

premeditated adj • premeditate

premeditation n • premeditation

premier adj • prime

premier n • prime ministro

premise [Logic] n • premissa

premise n • premissa

premise v • premitter -mitt-/-miss-]

premise v • premitter

premises n • local

premiss n • premise

premium [Ins] n • premio

premium n • premio

premium bond n • bono a lotteria

premonition n • premonition

premonitory adj • premonitori

prenatal adj • prenatal

preoccupation (1. preoccupancy; 2. engrossment, absorption) n • preoccupation

preoccupation n • preoccupation

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

preoccupied, absorbed, engrossed adj • preoccupate

preoccupied adj • preoccupate

preoccupy (1. to take possession of before others; 2. to take up all the attention of) v • preoccupar

preoccupy v • preoccupar

preordain v • preordinar

preordination n • preordination

prepaid adj • pagate anticipatemente, franc de porto

prepaid adj • franc de porto, pagate anticipatemente

preparation (1. act of preparing; 2. Chem) n • preparation

preparation n • appresto

preparation n • Techn]

preparation (preparatory step, measure, etc) n • preparativo

preparation (preparing) n • preparation

preparatory adj • preparatori

preparatory adj • preparative

prepare, make ready v • apprestar

prepare (make ready) v • preparar

prepare v • Techn]

prepare v • apparar

prepare vi • preparar se

prepare vt • preparar

prepare for v • preparar a

prepared adj • preparate, preste

prepared adj • preste, preparate

prepared (be -) v • esser preste

preparer n • preparator

prepay v • pagar anticipatemente, pagar franc de porto

prepay v • pagar franc de porto, pagar anticipatemente

preponderance n • preponderantia

preponderant adj • preponderante

preponderate, be preponderant v • preponderar

prepose, place before, place in front v • anteponer

prepose, place before, place in front v • preponer -pon-/-posi-]

prepose, place before, place in front v • preponer

prepose, place before, place in front v • anteponer -pon-/-posit-]

preposing (act of) n • preposition

preposing, placing before, placing in front (act of) n • anteposition

preposition [Gram] n • preposition

preposition n • preposition

prepositive [Gram] adj • prepositive

preposterous adj • absurde, ridicule

preposterous adj • ridicule, absurde

prepotency n • prepotentia

prepotent (very powerful) adj • prepotente

prerogative n • prerogativa

presage (1. to feel a presentiment of, foretell; 2. to forebode, foreshadow) v • presagir

presage, omen n • presagio

presby (old) occurring in derivatives and compounds] adj • presby-

presbyope, presbyopic n • presbyte (préz-)

presbyope, presbyopic n • presbyte

presbyopia, farsightedness, presbytia [Med] n • presbytia

presbyopia, presbytia, farsightedness [Med] n • presbyopia (-ìa)

presbyopia, presbytia, farsightedness [Med] n • presbyopia

presbyopia, presbytia, presbytism, farsightedness [Med] n • presbytismo

presbyopic, farsighted, long-sighted [Med] adj • presbyte (préz-)

presbyopic, farsighted, long-sighted [Med] adj • presbyte

presbyoptic, farsighted [Med] adj • presbyopic

presbyterate n • presbyterato

presbyterial, presbyteral adj • presbyteral

presbyterian adj • presbyterian

Presbyterian adj • presbyterian

presbyterian n • presbyteriano

Presbyterian n • presbyteriano

Presbyterianism n • presbyterianismo

presbytery (1. part of the church surrounding the altar; 2 . parsonage, parochial residence) n • presbyterio

presbytia, farsightedness, presbyopia [Med] n • presbyopia

presbytia, farsightedness, presbyopia [Med] n • presbyopia (-ìa)

presbytia, presbyopia, farsightedness [Med] n • presbytia

presbytia, presbytism, farsightedness, presbyopia [Med] n • presbytismo

prescience n • prescientia

prescient adj • presciente

prescribe (1. to lay down as a rule or direction; 2. Med]; 3. Law] (assert a prescriptive right or claim) v • prescriber

prescribe (1. to lay down as a rule or direction; 2. Med]; 3. Law] (assert a prescriptive right or claim) v • prescriber -scrib-/-script-]

prescribe v • prescriber, ordinar

prescribe v • ordinar, prescriber

prescriptible adj • prescriptibile

prescription (1. Med]; 2. Law]) n • prescription

prescriptlon n • prescription, recepta

prescriptlon n • recepta, prescription

presence (1. being present; 2. demeanor) n • presentia

presence [Bib] n • make appearance

presence n • presentia

presence of mind n • presentia de spirito

present (1. the time being; 2. Gram]; 3. gift) n • presente

present (a play) v • representar

present adj • presente

present adj • actual, presente

present adj • presente, actual

present (at -) phr • al presente

present, current adj • actual

present (for the -) phr • pro le presente

present (gift) n • presente, dono

present (gift) n • dono, presente

present, give v • munerar

present (in time) n • presente

present v • presentar

present again, re-present v • representar

presentable adj • presentabile

presentable, fit to be seen adj • monstrabile

presentation n • presentation

presenter n • presentator

presential adj • presential

presentiment n • presentimento

presentiment n • presagio

presently adv • tosto

presently, soon, promptly adv • tosto

present-participle n • participio presente

preservation, conservation n • conservation

preservation n • preservation, conservation

preservation n • preservation

preservation n • conservation, preservation

preservative adj • preservative

preservative n • preservativo

preserve (food) v • conservar

preserve (keep safe) v • preservar

preserve (maintain in safety) v • preservar

preserved (food) adj • in conserva

preserved (kept safe) adj • preservate

preserver n • preservator

preserves, jam n • marmelada

preserves, jam n • confectura

preside (act as chairman, president, etc) v • presider

preside v • presider

presidency (function, office or term of president) n • presidentia

presidency n • presidentia

president n • presidente

president, presiding judge, chairman (one who presides) n • presidente

president, presiding officer n • preside

president, presiding officer n • preside (pré-)

presidential adj • presidential

presidential, chairman's adj • presidential

presidial adj • presidial

presiding officer, president n • preside

presiding officer, president n • preside (pré-)

press (1. as in coining press, wine press etc; 2. printing press; 3. Journal]) n • pressa

press (exert pressure upon) v • pressar

press (exert pressure) v • pressar, premer

press (exert pressure) v • premer, pressar

press n • pressa

press, urge v • instar

press (urge) v • insister (super)

press (urge) v • insister

press out, squeeze out v • exprimer -prim-/-press-]

press out, squeeze out v • exprimer

press-conference n • conferentia de pressa

press-cutting n • retalio de pressa

press-down v • deprimer

pressing adj • urgente

press-on v • fortiar le passo

press-out v • exprimer

press-stud n • button de pression

pressure (1. as in air pressure; 2. constraint) n • pression

pressure n • pression

pressure cooker, autoclave n • autoclave

pressure gauge n • manometro

pressure-cooker n • autoclave

pressurize v • pressurisar

prestation [Law] n • prestation

prestidigitate v • prestidigitar

prestidigitation n • prestidigitation

prestidigitator, juggler n • joculator

prestidigitator n • prestidigitator

prestige, glamor n • prestigio

prestige n • prestigio

prestigiaator, juggler, conjurer n • prestigiator

prestigious adj • prestigiose

prestigious, illusory adj • prestigiose

prestimony [RCCh] n • prestimonio

presto, quickly, quick as a wink adv • presto

presumable adj • presumibile, probabile

presumable adj • probabile, presumibile

presumable adj • presumibile

presume (1. to assume, surmise; 2. to be presumptuous) v • presumer

presume (1. to assume, surmise; 2. to be presumptuous) v • presumer -sum-/-sumpt-]

presume v • presumer

presumption (1. conjecture; 2. presumptuousness; 3. Law]) n • presumption

presumption n • presumption

presumptive adj • presumptive

presumptuous adj • presumptuose

presumptuous, conceited, pretentious adj • pretentiose

presuppose (1. to assume beforehand; 2. to require as necessary preliminary) v • presupponer -pon-/-posit-]

presuppose (1. to assume beforehand; 2. to require as necessary preliminary) v • presupponer

presuppose v • presupponer

presupposition n • presupposition

pretence (appearance) n • affectation, simulation

pretence (appearance) n • simulation, affectation

pretence (claim, pretext) n • pretension

pretend (claim) v • pretender

pretend (feign) v • finger, simular

pretend (feign) v • simular, finger

pretend, make believe, simulate, feign v • finger

pretend, make believe, simulate, feign v • finger fing-/fict-]

pretender (a throne) n • pretendente

pretender n • pretendente

pretension (1. claim; 2. pretentiousness) n • pretention

pretension (1. claim; 2. pretentiousness) n • pretension

pretension n • pretension

pretentious adj • pretentiose

pretentious, presumptuous, conceited adj • pretentiose

pretentiousness n • pretension

preterit, past [Gram] n • preterito

preterit, past [Gram] n • preterito (-tér)

preterition [Rhet] n • preterition

pretermission n • pretermission

pretermit v • pretermitter

pretermit v • pretermitter -mitt-/-miss-]

pretext n • pretexto

pretty adj • belle

pretty adv • bastante, quasi

pretty adv • quasi, bastante

prevail, predominate v • prevaler

prevail v • prevaler

prevalence, predominance n • prevalentia

prevalent adj • commun, prevalente

prevalent adj • prevalente, commun

prevalent, predominant adj • prevalente (ppr of prevaler)

prevalent, predominant adj • prevalente

prevaricate v • prevaricar

prevarication n • prevarication

prevaricator n • prevaricator

prevent (hinder) v • impedir

prevent (illness) v • evitar

prevention n • prevention

preventive adj • preventive

preview n • vista preliminari prevista

previous adj • previe

previous speaker n • preopinante

previously adv • previemente

previously, before, formerly adv • antea

prevision, foresight n • prevision

prey (- on) v • predar

prey n • preda

prey, pillage, take booty v • predar

price (fix the price of) v • preciar

price n • precio

price v • preciar

price, value n • precio

priceless adj • impagabile

priceless (goods) adj • de valor inappreciabile

priceless (goods) adj • de valor inestimabile

priceless, inestimable adj • inappreciabile

priceless (joke) adj • impagabile

price-list n • tarifa

prick (given in shoeing) n • inclavatura

prick (horse in shoeing) v • inclavar

prick n • piccatura, punctura

prick n • punctura, piccatura

prick, puncture n • punctura

prick, stitch n • puncto

prick v • punger, piccar

prick v • piccar, punger

prickle n • spina, acantha

prickle n • acantha, spina

prickle, thorn [Bot] n • acantha

prickle v • formicar

prickly adj • spinose

prick-up-one's-ear v • eriger le aures

pride (in a bad sense) n • orgolio

pride (in a good sense) n • feritate

pride n • orgolio

pride n • feritate

pride-oneself-on v • facer se honor de

priest, cleric n • tonsurato

priest n • presbytero (-bì-)

priest n • sacerdote, prestre

priest n • sacerdote

priest n • prestre, sacerdote

priest n • prestre

priest n • presbytero

priestess n • prestressa

priesthood n • sacerdotio

priesthood, sacerdocy n • sacerdotio

priesthood (the clergy) n • clero

priestly adj • sacerdotal

prig adj/n • pedante in cosas moral

priggishness n • pedanteria moral

prim adj • affectate

primacy (1. pre-eminence; 2. office or dignity of a primate) n • primatia (-ìa)

primacy (1. pre-eminence; 2. office or dignity of a primate) n • primatia

primarily, chiefly adv • primarimente

primary adj • primari

primary adj/n • primari

primate (1. chief archbishop; 2. Zool]) n • primate

primate [Eccles/Zool] • primate

primatial adj • primatial

prime (1. Eccl]; 2. Fencing]) n • prima

prime adj • prime

prime (best part) n • perfection

prime, first adj • prime

prime (liturg) n • prima

prime v • preparar, cargar

prime v • cargar, preparar

prime-minister n • prime ministro

prime-of-life n • flor del vita

primer n • prime libro, manual

primer n • manual, prime libro

primeval adj • primitive

primitive adj • primitive

primitive n • primitivo

primitivism n • primitivismo

primogeniture n • primogenitura

primordial adj • primordial

primrose, cowslip n • primavera

primrose, cowslip n • primula

primrose n • primula, primavera

primrose n • primavera, primula

primulaceous adj • primulacee

Primulaceous [Bot] n • primulaceas

prince (1. title given to a member of a ruling family; 2. title of nobility) n • prince

prince n • prince

princedom, sovereignty, reign n • principato

princely adj • principesc

princess n • princessa

principal adj/n • principal

principal, chief, main adj • principal

principal, mandator [Law] n • mandante

principal place where anything takes place or is carried on n • sede

principality n • principato

principality (territory of a reigning prince) n • principato

principally adv • principalmente

principally, especially adv • maxime

principally, especially adv • maxime (màx-)

principalness n • principalitate

principle n • principio

print (books, etc) v • imprimer

print (engraving) n • stampa

print (engraving, woodcut) n • stampa

print (fabric) n • indiana

print n • Photog]

print (out of -) adj • exhaurite

print [Photog] n • copia

print (photog) v • copiar

print [Photog] v • copiar

print, printed fabric n • indiana

print v • imprimer -prim-/-press-]

print v • imprimer

printable adj • imprimibile

printed (- matter) n • imprimitos

printed adj • imprimite

printed fabric, print n • indiana

printer n • imprimitor

printing (1. action of pulling or printing; 2. copies printed at one time) n • tirage (-aje)

printing (1. action of pulling or printing; 2. copies printed at one time) n • tirage

printing, typography n • typographia

printing, typography n • typographia (-ìa)

printing (typography) n • typographia, impression

printing (typography) n • impression, typographia

printing works n • imprimeria

printing-press n • pressa de imprimeria

prior adj • prior

prior [Hist] (magistrate of city of Florence) n • prior

prior (prior of a monastery) n • prior

prioral adj • prioral

priorate (priorship) n • priorato

prioress n • priora

priority (precedence, superiority in rank, position) n • prioritate

priority (quality of being antecedent in time) n • prioritate

priorship (priorate) n • priorato

prise (open) v • fortiar

prism n • prisma -ma/-mat-]

prism n • prisma

prismatic adj • prismatic

prison adj • carcerari

prison n • prision, carcere

prison n • carcere, prision

prison n • carcere

prison n • prision

prisoner n • prisionero

privacy n • intimitate

private adj • particular

private adj • private

private adj • particular, private

private adj • private (pp of privar)

private adj • private, particular

private n • simple soldato

private individual, private person n • particular

private person, private individual n • particular

private teacher, tutor n • preceptor

privation (1. deprivation; 2. destitution, need) n • privation

privative (1. having the quality of depriving; 2. Gram]) adj • privative

privet [Bot] n • ligustro

privet n • ligustro

privilege, grant a privilege v • privilegiar

privilege n • privilegio

privilege v • privilegiar

privy, latrine n • privata

prize n • premio

prize [Naut] n • prisa

prize, reward n • premio

prize (reward, trophy, premium, etc) n • precio

prize v • estimar, preciar, appreciar

prize v • appreciar, estimar, preciar

prize v • preciar, appreciar, estimar

prize (value highly) v • preciar

prizewinner n • premiato

pro n • professional

pro prep • pro

probabilism [Theol] n • probabilismo

probabilist [Theol] n • probabilista

probability n • probabilitate

probability, verisimilitude, likelihood n • verisimilitude

probability, verisimilitude n • verosimilantia

probable adj • probabile

probable, verisimilar, likely adj • verosimilante

probable, verisimilar, likely adj • verisimile

probably adv • probabilemente

probate n • validation de un testamento

probation [Jur] • libertate conditional

probation (on - in) n • libertate conditional

probation (period of trial) n • probation

probationary adj • de prova

probation-officer n • official surveliante

probation-officer n • official surveliante (de personas in libertate conditional)

probative (serving to test or demonstrate) adj • probative

probe n • sonda

probe, sound [Surg] n • sonda

probe v • sondar

probity, integrity, uprightness n • probitate

problem n • problema

problem n • problema -ma/-mat-]

problem solver n • resolutor de problemas

problematic adj • problematic

problematic, problematical adj • problematic

problematical, problematic adj • problematic

proboscis monkey n • nasica

proboscis monkey n • nasica (-ìca)

procedure [Law] n • procedura

procedure n • Jur]

procedure (way of doing) n • procedimento

proceed (1. to go forward, go forth) v • proceder -ced-/-cess-]

proceed (1. to go forward, go forth) v • proceder

proceed v • proceder

proceedings (legal) n • processo

proceedings n • deliberationes

proceeds n • producto

proceeds (received) n • receptas

process (1. Law] (sue; 2. to treat by a special process) v • processar

process (1. method, process applied; 2. course, process undergone; 3. Anat]) n • processo

process n • processo

process v • processar

procession (1. as in to march in procession; 2. Theol]) n • procession

procession (parade) n • defilata

procession [Relig] • procession

processional processional adj • processional

proclaim, announce v • predicar

proclaim, publish solemnly v • denunciar

proclaim v • declarar, proclamar

proclaim v • proclamar

proclaim v • proclamar, declarar

proclaimer n • proclamator

proclamation, edict n • banno

proclamation n • proclamation

proclamation, official notice n • denunciation

proclivity n • proclivitate

proconsul [Rom Hist] n • proconsule

proconsulate [Rom Hist] n • proconsulato

procrastinate v • temporisar

procrastinate v • procrastinar

procrastination n • procrastination

procrastinator n • procrastinator

procreate, beget v • procrear

procreate v • procrear

procreation n • procreation

procreator n • procreator

proctor, monitor, censor [School] n • censor

procurator (1. proxy, attorney; 2. Rom Hist]) n • procurator

procuratory adj • procuratori

procure (secure after effort) v • procurar

procure v • procurar (se)

procure v • procurar

procurement, procuring (action of) n • procuration

procuring, procurement (action of) n • procuration

prod n • stimulo, colpo de digito o de baston, pulsata

prod n • colpo de digito o de baston, pulsata, stimulo

prod n • pulsata, stimulo, colpo de digito o de baston

prod v • stimular

prodigal adj • prodige

prodigal n • prodigo

prodigal (very free in spending or giving) adj • prodige

prodigal (very free in spending or giving) adj • prodige (pròd-)

prodigality n • prodigalitate

prodigally adv • prodigemente

prodigious adj • prodigiose

prodigious, portentous, monstrous adj • portentose

prodigiousness n • prodigiositate

prodigy, marvel, portent n • portento

prodigy n • prodigio

prodigy, wonder n • prodigio

produccr (one who produces or makes) n • productor

produce (1. to bring forward, show; 2. to bring forth, be productive of) v • producer -duc-/-duct-]

produce (1. to bring forward, show; 2. to bring forth, be productive of) v • producer

produce (bring forth) v • producer

produce [Indust] • fabricar

produce n • productos

produce [Theat] • inscenar

produce blood (from) v • sanguificar

produce by chiming, play on chimes, play on a carillon v • carillonar

produce irritation of the skin [Med] v • rubefacer

produce irritation of the skin [Med] v • rubefacer -fac-/-fact-]

producer (manufacturer) n • productor

producer [Theat] • inscenator

producibility n • producibilitate

producible adj • producibile

producing fire, fiery, of fire adj • pyric

product (1. result of producing; 2. Arith]) n • producto

product n • producto

production (1. as in the production of evidence in court; 2. producing, making) n • production

production [Theat] • presentation, inscenation

production [Theat] • inscenation, presentation

production (thing produced, producing) n • production

productive adj • productive

productivity n • productivitate

profanation n • profanation

profane (1. secular; 2. irreverent, blasphemous) adj • profan

profane adj • profan

profane v • profanar

profaner n • profanator

profanity n • profanitate

profectitious [Rom Law] adj • profecticie

profess (1. to avow, delare openly; 2. to take religious vows; 3. to exercise a profession; 4. to teach) v • professar

profess v • professar

professed (as in a professed monk) adj • professe

professing (one who professes) Eccl] n • profitente

profession (1. declaration avowal; 2. vocation) n • profession

profession n • profession

profession of a notary n • notariato

professional adj • professional

professional n • experto, professional

professional n • professional, experto

professionally adv • professionalmente

professor n • professpr (universitari)

professor n • professor

professor n • professpr

professorate, chair n • professorato

professorial adj • professoral

professorship n • cathedra, professorato

professorship n • professorato, cathedra

proficiency n • competentia

proficient adj • experte, versate, competente

proficient adj • versate, competente, experte

proficient adj • competente, experte, versate

profile (1. sideface; 2. Arch]; 3. Civ Engin]; 4. Geol]) n • profilo

profile n • profilo

profile v • profilar

profit (1. advantage; 2. pecuniary gain) n • profito

profit (1. to thrive, grow; 2. to gain, benefit) v • profitar

profit, advantage n • partito

profit, gain, lucre n • lucro

profit, gain n • ganio

profit n • profito, ganio

profit n • ganio, profito

profit v • profitar

profit v • profitar (de)

profitable adj • profitabile

profitable, lucrative adj • lucrose

profiteer n • profitator

profligacy, dissoluteness n • disregulamento

profligate adj • lasciviemente extravagante

profound adj • profunde

profound, deep adj • profunde

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

profuse adj • profuse

profusion n • profusion

progenitive adj • progenitive

progenitor n • progenitor

progeniture, progeny n • progenitura

progeny n • progenie

progeny, offspring n • prole

progeny, progeniture n • progenitura

prognosis n • prognosis (-òsis)

prognosis n • prognosis

prognostic adj • prognostic

prognostic n • prognostico

prognosticate v • prognosticar

prognostication (1. prediction; 2. foretoken) n • prognostication

prognosticator n • prognosticator

program, -gramme n • programma

program, -gramme v • programmar

program n • programma -ma/-mat-]

program n • programma

programmatic adj • programmatic

programmer n • programmator

progress (continuous improvement) n • progresso

progress, go forward v • progreder -gred-/-gress-]

progress, go forward v • progreder

progress n • progresso

progress v • progressar

progression n • progression

progressism n • progressismo

progressist n • progressista

progressive adj • progressive

prohibit, forbid v • prohibir

prohibit v • prohibir

prohibiter, prohibitor n • prohibitor

prohibition (act of prohibiting, forbidding) n • prohibition

prohibition n • prohibition

prohibitionist (one who is in favor of prohibitive measures) n • prohibitionista

prohibitive, prohibitory adj • prohibitive

prohibitive v • prohibitive

prohibitory, prohibitive adj • prohibitori

project (1. to throw, cast; 2. Geom]; 3. to plan, contrive) v • projectar

project [Geom, etc] v • projicer

project [Geom, etc] v • projicer -jic-/-ject-]

project n • projecto

project v • projectar

projectile n • projectil

projection (1. act of throwing or casting out; 2. act of jutting out) n • projection

projection n • projection

projection, projecture [Arch] n • projectura

projective (pertaining to, or produced by, projection) adj • projective

projector n • projector

prolapse [Med] v • prolaber -lab-/-laps-]

prolapse [Med] v • prolaber

prolapse, prolapsus [Med] n • prolapso

prolegomenon n • prolegomeno

prolegomenon n • prolegomeno (-òmeno)

prolepsis [Rhet] n • anticipation

proleptic adj • proleptic

proletarian adj • proletari

proletarian n • proletario

proletariat n • proletariato

proletary [Rom Antiq] n • proletario

proliferate v • proliferar

proliferation n • proliferation

proliferous adj • prolifere

prolific adj • prolific

prolification, breeding n • prolification

prolificly (act -) v • prolificar

prolificness n • fecunditate

prolix (long winded) adj • prolixe

prolix, long-winded adj • prolixe

prolixity (long windedness) n • prolixitate

prolixity, prolixness n • prolixitate

prolixness, prolixity n • prolixitate

prolocutor (spokesman) n • prolocutor

prologize v • scriber prologos

prologue n • prologo

prologue (preface, introduction) n • prologo (prò-)

prologue (preface, introduction) n • prologo

prologue v • prologar

prologuize v • scriber prologos

prolong v • prolongar

prolongable adj • prolongabile

prolongate v • prolongar

prolongation n • prolongation

prolongation, prolongment n • prolongamento

prolonge (mil) v • prolonga

prolonger (mil) v • prolongator

prolonger n • prolongator

prolongment, prolongation n • prolongamento

prom (concert) n • concerto popular

prom (dance) n • ballo de studentes

promenade (at seaside) n • esplanada

promenade, walk (1. as in a long walk; 2. as in public promenade) n • promenada

promenade (walk) n • promenada

Prometheus [Gr Mythol] n • Prometheo

prominence (conspicuousness) n • prominentia

prominence n • prominentia

prominent adj • prominente

prominent (as in prominent teeth) adj • prominente

promiscuity n • promiscuitate

promiscuity, promiscuousness n • promiscuitate

promiscuous (mixed) adj • promiscue

promiscuous (sexual) adj • libertin

promiscuousness, promiscuity n • promiscuitate

promise n • promissa

promise (solemnly) v • sponder

promise (solemnly) v • sponder spond-/spons-]

promise v • promitter

promise v • promitter -mitt-/-miss-]

promiser n • promissor

promissory (containing a promise) adj • promissori

promissory note n • schedula

promontory n • promontorio

promote (1. to elevate in station, rank, dignity, etc; 2. as in to promote learning) v • promover -mov-/-mot-]

promote (1. to elevate in station, rank, dignity, etc; 2. as in to promote learning) v • promover

promote v • promover

promoter (as in promoter of a worthy cause) n • promotor

promoter n • promotor

promotion n • promotion

prompt adj • prompte

prompt adj • immediate, prompte

prompt adj • prompte, immediate

prompt (an actor) v • sufflar

prompt n • suggestion

prompter n • sufflator

prompter [Theat] n • sufflator

prompting n • suggestion, stimulo

prompting n • stimulo, suggestion

promptitude, promptness n • promptitude

promptly adv • promptemente, tosto

promptly adv • tosto, promptemente

promptly, presently, soon adv • tosto

promptness n • expedition, promptitude

promptness n • promptitude, expedition

promptness, promptitude n • promptitude

pronate (1. to lay flat; 2. to turn the palms downward) Med] v • pronar

pronation (1. lying flat; 2. pronation of the palms) Med] n • pronation

pronator [Anat] n • pronator

prone (1. lying flat, prostrate; 2. lying face downward; 3. inclined, disposed) adj • pron

prone adj • pron

proneness n • pronitate

prong n • dente

pronominal [Gram] adj • pronominal

pronoun [Gram] n • pronomine

pronoun n • pronomine

pronounce (1. to state officially; 2. as in to pronounce correctly) v • pronunciar

pronounce v • pronunciar

pronounce an allocution v • alloquer -loqu-/-locut-]

pronounce an allocution v • alloquer

pronounceable adj • articulabile, pronunciabile

pronounceable adj • pronunciabile

pronounceable adj • pronunciabile, articulabile

pronounceable (that can be articulated) adj • articulabile

pronounced (strongly marked) adj • pronunciate (pp of pronunciar)

pronounced (strongly marked) adj • pronunciate

pronouncement n • pronunciamento

pronouncer n • pronunciator

pronunciamento n • pronunciation

pronunciamento n • pronunciamento

pronunciation n • pronunciation

proof (1. evidence sufficient to establish a fact; 2. test, trial; 3. Print, phot, etc]) n • proba

proof (1. evidence sufficient to establish a fact; 2. test, trial; 3. Print, phot, etc]) n • prova

proof adj • immun, resistente

proof adj • resistente, immun

proof n • prova, proba

proof n • proba, prova

proof-against n • a proba de

proofreader n • corrector de provas

proofreader n • corrector

prop n • appoio

prop, prop up, keep up v • appoiar

prop v • appoiar, sustener

prop v • sustener, appoiar

propacate v • propagar

propaganda n • propaganda

propagandist n • propagandista

propagandistic adj • propagandistic

propagandize v • propagandisar

propagate (1. to breed, cause to breed; 2. to spread, cause to spread) v • propagar

propagation (1. breeding, causing to breed; 2. spreading, causing to spread) n • propagation

propagation n • propagation

propagative adj • propagative

propagator n • propagator

proparoxytone [Phonet] adj • proparoxytone

propel v • propeller

propel v • propeller -pell-/-puls-]

propel v • propeller, mover

propel v • mover, propeller

propellant adj/n • propulsor

propeller n • propulsor

propeller (of aircraft or ship) n • helice

propeller (of ship, airplane etc.) n • helice (hé-)

propeller (of ship, airplane etc.) n • helice

propeller (that which propels) n • propulsor

propeller-shaft (of boat) n • arbore del helice

propeller-shaft (of car) n • arbore de transmission

propensity n • propension

propensity, natural inclination, bent n • propension

proper (- name) n • nomine proprie

proper (appropriate) adj • proprie

proper (correct) adj • correcte

proper, decent adj • conveniente

proper, decent, modest adj • honeste

proper (fit) adj • conveniente

proper (peculiar) adj • proprie

properly adv • correctemente, debitemente

properly adv • debitemente, correctemente

properly, duly adv • debitemente

property (1. thing or things owned; 2. piece of land or real estate; 3. quality proper to a thing) n • proprietate

property, estate n • terra

property (goods) n • benes

property (land) n • terra

property, possession n • ben

property (thing owned, attribute) n • proprietate

prophecy n • prophetia

prophecy, prophetic utterance n • prophetia (-ìa)

prophecy, prophetic utterance n • prophetia

prophesy, foretell v • prophetisar

prophesy v • prophetisar

prophet n • propheta

prophetess n • prophetessa

prophetic adj • prophetic

prophetic, fatidic adj • fatidic (-ìdic)

prophetic, fatidic adj • fatidic

prophetic, foreseeing adj • presage

prophetic utterance, prophecy n • prophetia

prophetic utterance, prophecy n • prophetia (-ìa)

prophylactic adj • prophylactic

prophylaxis n • prophylaxis

prophylaxis n • prophylaxis (-làx-)

propinquity n • propinquitate

propitiate v • propitiar

propitiation (1. appeasement; 2. atonement) n • propitiation

propitiator n • propitiator

propitiatory adj • propitiatori

propitiatory [Jewish Antiq] n • propitiatorio

propitiatory n • propitiatorio

propitious (1. favorable, advantageous; 2. favorably inclined) adj • propitie

proportion (as in proportion of wise to foolish) n • proportion

proportion (as in to proportion a penalty to an offense) v • proportionar

proportion n • proportion

proportion (out of -) adj • mal proportionate, disproportionate

proportion (out of -) adj • disproportionate, mal proportionate

proportion (the constituents of a compound) v • dosar

proportion v • dosar, proportionar

proportion v • proportionar, dosar

proportional adj • proportional

proportionalism n • proportionalismo

proportionate adj • proportionate pp of proportionar

proportionate v • proportionate

proposal (of marriage) n • offerta de maritage

proposal (suggestion) n • proposition, projecto

proposal (suggestion) n • projecto, proposition

propose (plan) v • proponer se (de)

propose (plan) v • proponer se

propose, suggest v • proponer -pon-/-posit-]

propose, suggest v • proponer

propose (suggest) v • proponer

proposer, propounder n • proponitor

proposition (1. proposal; 2. Logic]) n • proposition

proposition n • proposition, these

proposition n • these, proposition

propounder, proposer n • proponitor

proprietary (pertaining to a proprietor) adj • proprietari

proprietor n • proprietario

proprietor, owner n • proprietario

propriety (correctness of behavior) n • convenientia

propriety, decency, modesty n • honestitate

propriety, decency, modesty n • honestate

propriety n • convenientia

props n • accessorios

props (theatrical -) n • accessorios de theatro

propulsion (act of propelling) n • propulsion

propulsion n • propulsion

propylaeum [Arch] n • propyleo

propylaeum [Arch] n • propyleo (-éo)

prorogate, prorogue (postpone, adjourn) v • prorogar

prorogation n • prorogation

prorogue, prorogate (postpone, adjourn) v • prorogar

prosaic adj • prosaic (-àic)

prosaic adj • prosaic

prosaism n • prosaismo (-ìzmo)

prosaism n • prosaismo

proscenium [Theat] n • proscenio

proscribe (outlaw) v • proscriber -scrib-/-script-]

proscribe (outlaw) v • proscriber

proscriber n • proscriptor

proscription n • proscription

prose adj • prosaic

prose adj • prosaic (-àic)

prose n • prosa

prose, write prose v • prosar

prose writer n • prosator

prose writer n • prosaista (-ìsta)

prose writer n • prosaista

prosecute (follow up) v • prosequer

prosecute [Jur] v • processar

prosecute [Jur] v • processar (contra)

prosecution (the act) n • accusation

prosecution (the people) n • accusatores

prosecutor n • accusator

pro-Semite n • prosemita

pro-Semitic adj • prosemitic

pro-Semitism n • prosemitismo

prosodic, prosodical adj • prosodic

prosodist, prosodian n • prosodista

prosody n • prosodia

prosody n • prosodia (-ìa)

prosopo-, prosop- (face) occurring in derivatives and compounds] n • prosopo

prosopopoeia [Rhet] n • prosopopeia

prosopopoeia [Rhet] n • prosopopeia (-péya)

prospect n • prospecto, perspectiva

prospect n • perspectiva, prospecto

prospect (outlook, vista, view) n • prospecto

prospect v • explorar

prospective adj • futur, eventual

prospective adj • eventual, futur

prospector n • explorator, cercator

prospector n • cercator, explorator

prospectus n • prospecto

prosper v • prosperar

prosperity, good fortune n • felicitate

prosperity n • prosperitate

prosperous (1. having success; 2. conducing to success) adj • prospere

prosperous adj • prospere

prostate (gland) Anat] n • prostata (prò-)

prostate (gland) Anat] n • prostata

prostate n • prostata

prosthesis (1. Gram]; 2. Surg]) n • prosthese

prosthesis (1. Gram]; 2. Surg]) n • prosthese (-òstese)

prosthesis [Surg] n • prothese

prosthesis [Surg] n • prothese (-òtese)

prostitute n • prostituta

prostitute n • meretrice

prostitute v • prostituer -stitu-/-stitut-]

prostitute v • prostituer

prostitution n • prostitution

prostrate (1. to throw prostrate; 2. to reduce to submission, exhaustion, etc) v • prosterner -stern-/-strat-]

prostrate (1. to throw prostrate; 2. to reduce to submission, exhaustion, etc) v • prosternar

prostrate (1. to throw prostrate; 2. to reduce to submission, exhaustion, etc) v • prosterner

prostrate (1. to throw prostrate; 2. to reduce to submission, exhaustion) v • prostrar

prostration (1. act of throwing prostrate; 2. complete exhaustion, dejection, etc) n • prostration

prostration (1. throwing prostrate; 2. complete exhaustion, defection, etc) n • prosternation

prostration n • prosternamento

protagonist n • protagonista

prote-, proteo- (protein) occurring in derivatives and compounds] adj • prote-

proteaction n • prolongation

protean, proteiform adj • proteiforme

protect v • proteger

protect v • proteger -teg-/-tect-]

protection n • protection

protection, safekeeping n • salveguarda

protectionism [Econ] n • protectionismo

protectionist [Econ] n • protectionista

protective adj • protective

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

protector, defender [Rom Hist] n • preside

protector n • protector

protectorate (1. rank or office of a protector; 2. as in British protectorate) n • protectorato

protectorate n • protectorato

protectress n • protectrice

protege n • protege

protégé n • protégé F]

protégé n • protégé

proteic, protein, proteinaceous adj • proteic

proteic, protein, proteinaceous adj • proteic (-éic)

proteiform, protean adj • proteiforme

protein n • proteina (-ìna)

protein n • proteina

protein, proteinaceous, proteic adj • proteic (-éic)

protein, proteinaceous, proteic adj • proteic

proteinaceous, proteic, protein adj • proteic (-éic)

proteinaceous, proteic, protein adj • proteic

proteolysis n • proteolyse (-ò-)

proteolysis n • proteolyse

proteolytic adj • proteolytic

protest (1. as in to pay under protest; 2. Law]) n • protesto

protest (1. to assert, affirm; 2. to make a protest) v • protestar

protest n • protesto

protest n • reclamation

protest, remonstrate, expostulate v • remonstrar

protest (under -) v • facente objectiones, sub reserva

protest (under -) v • sub reserva, facente objectiones

protest v • protestar

protestant adj/n • protestante, evangelic, evangelico

protestant adj/n • evangelico, protestante, evangelic

protestant adj/n • evangelic, evangelico, protestante

Protestant [Eccl] adj • protestante

Protestant [Eccl] adj • protestante (ppr of protestar)

Protestant [Eccl] n • protestante

protestant (one who protests) n • protestante

Protestantism [Eccl] n • protestantismo

protestantism n • protestantismo

protestation (1. as in protestations of friendship; 2. protest) n • protestation

Proteus [Gr Mythol] n • Proteo

proto-, prot- (first) occurring in derivatives and compounds] adj • prot-

protocol n • protocollo

protocol protocollar v • protocollar

protocolist n • protocollista

protomartyr [Eccl] n • protomartyre

proton n • proton

protonotary (1. chief notary or clerk; 2. RCCh]) n • protonotario

protoplasm n • protoplasma

protoplasm n • protoplasma -ma/-mat-]

protoplasmatic adj • protoplasmatic

protoplasmic adj • protoplasmic

prototype n • prototypo (-òtipo)

prototype n • prototypo

prototype, prototypical adj • prototypic

protoxide [Chem] n • protoxydo (-òx)

protoxide [Chem] n • protoxydo

protozoon, protozoan [Zool] n • protozoon (-zò-) (pl protozoa) NL]

protozoon, protozoan [Zool] n • protozoon

protractor n • mesurator de angulos

protrude v • protruder

protrude v • salir foras

protrusion n • protrusion

protrusion n • protuberantia

protrusion n • saliente

protuberance n • protuberantia

proud adj • orgoliose

proud (feeling pride) adj • fer

proud (in a bad sense) adj • orgoliose

proud (in a good sense) adj • fer

provable adj • provabile

provable adj • probabile

prove (establish as true) v • provar

prove (establish as true) v • probar

proven adj • [competence, talent] probate, demonstrate; [method] probate, experimentate, verificate, examinate, cuje valor es confirmate, de confirmate valor.

provenance (provenience) n • provententia

provenience n • provententia

prover, tester n • probator

proverb, byword n • proverbio

proverb n • proverbio

proverbial adj • proverbial

provide, furnish, supply v • suppler

provide (to provide for a future contingency) v • provider

provide (to provide for a future contingency) v • provider -vid-/-vis-/-vist-]

provide (to provide what is needed) v • provider -vid-/-vis-/-vist-]

provide (to provide what is needed) v • provider

provide v • provider, fornir

provide v • fornir, provider

provide with, furnish v • munir

provided with money, pecunious (well-) adj • pecuniose

provided-that conj • a condition que

provide-for v • provider a

providence n • providentia

Providence n • providentia

provident (exercising foresight, making provision for the future) adj • providente

provident (exercising foresight, making provision for the future) adj • providente (ppr of provider)

providential adj • providential

provider (Internet Service -) n • Provisor de Servicios del Interrete

provider n • provisor

provider, supplier n • suppletor

provide-with v • provider de, guarnir de, munir de

provide-with v • guarnir de, munir de, provider de

provide-with v • munir de, provider de, guarnir de

province (as in province of Quebec) n • provincia

province n • provincia

provincial adj • provincial

provincial provincial adj • provincial

provincialism (1. provincial style, form of life, etc; 2. provincial turn of expression) n • provincialismo

provincially adv • provincialmente

provision (1. act of providing; 2. provisions, supply) n • provision

provision n • provision

provision v • victualiar

provision, victual v • victualiar

provisional adj • provisional

provisional, provisory adj • provisional

provisional, provisory adj • provisori

provisionally adv • provisionalmente

provisions n • victualia, provision

provisions n • provision, victualia

provisions, victuals n • victualia

proviso n • condition, stipulation

proviso n • stipulation, condition

provisory, provisional adj • provisional

provisory, provisional adj • provisori

provocation n • provocation

provocative adj • provocative

provocative, provoking adj • provocative

provoke (1. to induce, instigate; 2. to bring about, call forth; 3. to incense, irritate) v • provocar

provoke v • provocar

provoker n • provocator

provoking, provocative adj • provocative

prow, bow [Naut] n • proa

prow n • proa

prowess n • prodessa

prowl (on the -) n • in cerca de preda

prowl v • vagar in cerca de preda

prowler n • vagator furtive

proximity n • proximitate

proxy (agency of substitute) n • prucuration

proxy (person) n • procurator

prude adj • prude

prude n • prude F]

prude n • prude

prudence n • prudentia

prudent adj • prudente

prudential adj • prudential

prudery n • pruderie

prudery n • pruderie F]

prudish adj • prude

prudish adj • prude F]

pruinose, velvety [Bot] adj • pruinose

prune, lop, trim (trees or vines) v • putar

prune n • pruna sic

prune v • putar

prunella [Bot] n • prunella

pruniferous adj • prunifere

pruniform adj • pruniforme

pruning n • putatura

Prunus [Bot] n • prunus L]

Prunus [Bot] n • prunus

pruoent adj • prudente

prurience n • prurientia

prurient adj • pruriente

prurient adj • pruriente (ppr of prurir)

pruriginous adj • pruriginose

prurigo n • prurigine

prurigo n • prurigine (-ìgine)

pruritus, itch n • prurito

Prussia, Borussia n • Borussia

Prussia n • Prussia

Prussian (1. one of the Prussi; 2. inhabitant of the Prussian state; 3. Prussian language) n • prusso

Prussian adj • prussian

Prussian, Borussian (1. member of the Old Prussian people; 2. old Prussian language) (Old) n • borusso

Prussian, Borussian (Old) adj • borusse

Prussian n • prussiano

Prussianization n • prussianisation

Prussianize v • prussianisar

prussic [Chem] adj • prussic

pry, lever, crowbar n • vecte

pry v • mitter le naso (in un cosa)

pry v • mitter le naso

psalm n • psalmo

psalm, psalmic adj • psalmic

psalmist n • psalmista

psalmist, psalmodist n • psalmodo

psalmodic, psalmic adj • psalmodic

psalmodize v • psalmodiar

psalmody n • psalmodia

psalmody n • psalmodia (-ìa)

Psalter n • psalterio

psalterium [Anat] n • psalterio

psaltery [Mus] n • psalterio

-psest (rubbed, rubbed away) occurring in compounds] adj • psest-

pseudesthesia [Med] n • pseudesthesia

pseudesthesia [Med] n • pseudesthesia (-ìa)

pseudoclassic adj • pseudoclassic

pseudoclassicism n • pseudoclassicismo

pseudonym n • pseudonymo (-ònimo)

pseudonym n • pseudonymo

pseudonymity n • pseudonymitate

pseudonymous adj • pseudonyme (-ònime)

pseudonymous adj • pseudonyme

pseudopodium, pseudopod [Zool] n • pseudopodio

pseudoprophet n • pseudopropheta

pseudosymmetry [Mineral] n • pseudosymmetria

pseudosymmetry [Mineral] n • pseudosymmetria (-ìa)

psittacosis [Pathol] n • psittacosis

psittacosis [Pathol] n • psittacosis (-òsis)

psyche (soul, mind) n • psyche

psychedelic adj • psychedelic

psychiatric adj • psychiatric

psychiatrist n • psychiatro

psychiatry n • psychiatria

psychiatry n • psychiatria (-ìa)

psychic adj • psychic

psychic (of the psyche or mind) adj • psychic

psychoanalysis n • psychoanalyse (-nà-)

psychoanalysis n • psychoanalyse

psychoanalyst n • psychoanalysta

psychoanalytic adj • psychoanalytic

psychoanalyze v • psychoanalysar

psychological adj • psychologic

psychologically adv • psychologicamente

psychologist n • psychologo (-òlogo)

psychologist n • psychologo

psychology n • psychologia

psychology (science of psychology) n • psychologia

psychology (science of psychology) n • psychologia (-ìa)

psychometry [Psychol] n • psychometria (-ìa)

psychometry [Psychol] n • psychometria

psychopath (mentally deranged person) n • psychopathe (-ò-)

psychopath (mentally deranged person) n • psychopathe

psychopath n • psychopathe

psychopathic adj • psychopathic

psychopathic (pertaining to psychopathy) adj • psychopathic

psychopathologist n • psychopathologo (-òlogo)

psychopathologist n • psychopathologo

psychopathology n • psychopathologia (-ìa)

psychopathology n • psychopathologia

psychopathy [Pathol] n • psychopathia

psychopathy [Pathol] n • psychopathia (-ìa)

psychophysical adj • psychophysic

psychophysics n • psychophysica

psychophysiology n • psychophysiologia

psychophysiology n • psychophysiologia (-ìa)

psychosis [Pathol] n • psychose

psychosomatic adj • psychosomatic

psychotherapist n • psychotherapeuta

psychotherapy n • psychotherapia (-ìa)

psychotherapy n • psychotherapia

ptero-, pter- (feather, wing) occurring in compounds] n • ptero-

pterodactyl n • pterodactylo (-dàc-)

pterodactyl n • pterodactylo

Ptolemaic (1. as in Ptolemaic system; 2. of the Ptolemies) adj • ptolemaic

Ptolemaic (1. as in Ptolemaic system; 2. of the Ptolemies) adj • ptolemaic (-àic)

ptom- (corpse) occurring in derivatives] n • ptom-

ptomaine n • ptomaina

ptomaine n • ptomaina (-ìna)

pub n • taverna, pub

pub n • pub, taverna

pub-crawl v • tour del tavernas

puberty n • pubertate

pubescent, who has arrived at puberty adj • pubere

public (1. people; 2. audience) n • publico

public adj • public

public n • publico

public report, rumor n • fama

public speaker, orator n • orator

publican (keeper of tavern) n • tavernero

publican n • bib

publication (1. act of making public; 2. as in the publication of a book, etc; 2. something published) n • publication

publication n • publication

public-holiday n • feriate, die de festa

public-holiday n • die de festa, feriate

public-house n • pub

publicist, journalist n • publicista

publicity (1. quality or state of being public; 2. advertising) n • publicitate

publicity, advertising n • reclamo

publicity n • reclamo, publicitate

publicity n • publicitate, reclamo

publicize v • dar publicitate a

public-library n • bibliotheca municipal/public

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

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

public-prosecutor n • procurator fiscal

public-relations n • servicio de relationes public

publish (1. to make public; 2. as in to publish abook) v • publicar

publish v • eder

publish v • editar, puhlicar

publish v • puhlicar, editar

publish v • editar

publish solemnly, proclaim v • denunciar

publishable adj • publicabile

publisher n • editor

publishing (- house) n • casa editorial

publishing (action of) n • edition

publishing n • edition

puce n • color de pulice

pudding n • pudding

pudding n • pudding A]

puddle n • cavo de aqua

puerile adj • pueril

puerility (1. childhood; 2. foolishness, immaturity; 3 . foolish act, statement, etc) n • puerilitate

puerperal adj • puerperal

puerperium (confinement, lying-in) n • puerperio

Puerto-Rico [Geog] n • Puerto Rico

puff (for face-powder) n • cossinetto de pulvere

puff (of air) n • sufflo

puff vi • sufflar

puff-pastry n • pasta exfoliate

puff-up v • inflar

pugilism n • pugilismo

pugilist, boxer n • pugile

pugilist, boxer n • boxator

pugilist n • pugilista

pugilistic adj • pugilistic

pugnacious adj • pugnace

pugnacity n • pugnacitate

pulicous, infested with fleas adj • pulicose

pull, draw, drag v • trainar

pull, draw, drag v • tirar

pull, draw v • traher

pull, draw v • traher trah-/tract-]

pull (draw) v • tirar, traher

pull (draw) v • traher, tirar

pull (drawing) n • tirada

pull (haul) v • trainar

pull (influence) n • influentia

pull [Print] v • tirar

pull out, evulse, tear out v • eveller

pull out, evulse, tear out v • eveller -vell-/-vuls-]

pull-apart v • separar

pull-apart v • arretrar se

pull-down v • dismontar

pulley n • polea (-éa)

pulley n • polea

pull-in (halt) v • arrestar (se)

pull-in (halt) v • arrestar

pull-in (of train) v • entrar in le station

pulling (act of) n • tirada

pulling, drawing (action of) n • tracto

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

Pullman [RR] n • pullman A]

Pullman [RR] n • pullman

pull-off v • eveller

pull-on v • vestir

pull-on v • vestir (le calceas)

pull-out (of train) v • sortir del station

pull-out (remove) v • tirar

pull-out (teeth) v • extraher

pull-over (cause to cover) v • tirar super

pullover n • pullover

pull-over (of vehicle) v • mover al latere del via

pull-together v • laborar insimul

pullulate (1. to sprout out, bud; 2. to swarm) v • pullular

pullulating, pullulation n • pullulation

pull-up (halt) v • arrestar

pull-up (halt) v • arrestar (se)

pull-up (raise) v • altiar, hissar

pull-up (raise) v • hissar, altiar

pull-up (weeds) v • extirpar

Pulmonaria [Bot] n • pulmonaria

pulmonary adj • pulmonar

pulmonate, pulmonated [Zool] adj • pulmonate

pulmoniferous, pulmonate adj • pulmonifere

pulp (1. as in pulp of a fruit; 2. Anat] (as in dental pulp; 3. as in wood pulp) n • pulpa

pulp n • Gen]

pulp (of fruit) n • carne

pulp v • reducer in pulpa

pulpit n • pulpito (pùl-)

pulpit n • pulpito

pulpit, rostrum n • cathedra (càt-)

pulpit, rostrum n • cathedra

pulpitis [Pathol] n • pulpitis

pulpitis [Pathol] n • pulpitis (-ìtis)

pulpous, pulpy adj • pulpose

pulpy, pulpous adj • pulpose

pulsate (beat, throb) v • pulsar

pulsate v • pulsar

pulsatile, pulsating adj • pulsatile

pulsating, pulsatile adj • pulsatile

pulsation n • pulsation

pulsator n • pulsator

pulse n • pulso

pulse (regular throbbing in the arteries) n • pulso

pulsimeter, pulsometer n • pulsometro (-òmetro)

pulsimeter, pulsometer n • pulsometro

pulsing, vibrating, throbbing adj • palpitante (ppr of palpitar)

pulsing, vibrating, throbbing adj • palpitante

pulsometer, pulsimeter n • pulsometro

pulsometer, pulsimeter n • pulsometro (-òmetro)

pulverizable adj • pulverisabile

pulverization n • pulverisation

pulverize v • pulverisar

pulverizer, spray, atomizer n • pulverisator

pulverulent, dusty, powdery adj • pulverulente

pulverulent (dusty, powdery) adj • pulverose, pulverulente

pulverulent (dusty, powdery) adj • pulverulente, pulverose

puma n • puma

pumice n • pumice

pump (as in suction pump) n • pumpa

pump (for dancing) n • scarpino

pump n • Mech]

pump (raise with a pump) v • pumpar

pump v • pumpar

pumping n • pumpage

pumpman n • pumpero

pump-up v • inflar

pun n • joco de parolas

pun v • facer un joco de parolas

punch (a hole) v • perforar

punch (blow) n • colpo de pugno

punch (die) n • punction

punch (drink) n • punch

punch (hit) v • dar un colpo de pugno

punch (the beverage punch) n • punch A]

punch (the beverage punch) n • punch

punchable, borable (that can be perforated) adj • perforabile

punch-ball n • ballon de exercitation

punch-drunk adj • esturdite (de colpos)

punch-drunk adj • esturdite

punctilio, nice point of honor n • punctilio

punctilious adj • punctiliose

punctilious, exact adj • punctual

punctiliousness, exactness n • punctualitate

punctual adj • punctual

punctual adj • punctual, exacte

punctual adj • exacte, punctual

punctuality n • punctualitate, exactitude

punctuality n • exactitude

punctuality n • exactitude, punctualitate

punctuality n • punctualitate

punctually adv • punctualmente, exactemente

punctually adv • exactemente, punctualmente

punctuate v • pumctuar

punctuate v • punctuar

punctuation n • punctuation

puncture (motoring) n • panna de pneu, ruptura de pneu

puncture (motoring) n • ruptura de pneu, panna de pneu

puncture, prick n • punctura

puncture (small hole) n • punctura

puncture v • puncturar

puncture vt • puncturar

pundit (hindu) n • pandit

pundit n • Fig]

pungency n • pungentia

pungent adj • pungente

Punic adj • punic

punish v • punir, castigar

punish v • punir

punish v • castigar, punir

punishability n • punibilitate

punishable adj • punibile

punished adj • punite (pp of punir)

punished adj • punite

punisher n • punitor

punishment n • punition, castigation

punishment n • punition

punishment n • supplicio

punishment n • castigation, punition

punishment, penalty n • pena

punitive adj • punitive

puny adj • debile

pupa [Zool] n • pupa

pupil (1. girl under the care of a guardian; 2. Anat]) n • pupilla

pupil [Anat] n • pupilla

pupil (scholar) n • scholar, pupillo

pupil (scholar) n • pupillo, scholar

pupil, ward (boy or child under the care of a guardian) n • pupillo

pupilage n • pupillage (-aje)

pupilage n • pupillage

pupillary (1. Law]; 2. Anat]) adj • pupillari

pupiparous [Zool] adj • pupipare

puppet, marionette n • marionette F]

puppet, marionette n • marionette

puppet n • marionette

puppeteer n • marionettista

puppet-show n • theatro de marionettes

puppy n • canino

purchase, buy v • emer

purchase, buy v • emer em-/empt-;-im-/-empt-]

purchase n • emption

purchase n • compra, emption

purchase n • emption, compra

purchase v • comprar, emer

purchase v • emer, comprar

purchaser (at an auction) n • adjudicatario

purchaser (buyer) n • emptor, acquirente, comprator

purchaser (buyer) n • acquirente, comprator, emptor

purchaser (buyer) n • comprator, emptor, acquirente

purchaser, highest bidder (at an auction) n • adjudicatario

purchaser n • mancipe

purchaser n • mancipe (màn-)

purchases n • acquisitiones, compras

purchases n • compras, acquisitiones

pure adj • pur, nitide

pure adj • pur

pure adj • nitide, pur

pure, neat, clear adj • nitide

purée n • purée F]

purée n • purée

pureness n • puressa

pureness, neatness, clearness n • nitiditate

purgation n • purgation

purgative adj • purgative

purgative n • purgativo

Purgatory n • purgatorio

purgatory n • purgatorio

purgatory, purifying adj • purgatori

purge n • purga

purge v • purificar, purgar

purge v • purgar, purificar

purge v • purgar

purification, cleansing n • mundification

purification n • appuramento

purification n • purification

purification, purifying (act of) n • lavamento

purification tank, defecator [Sugar Manuf] n • defecator

purificator n • purificator

purifier n • purificator

purify, cleanse v • mundificar

purify, lustrate v • lustrar

purify, make pure v • lavar

purify v • purificar

purifying, purgatory adj • purgatori

purifying, purification (act of) n • lavamento

purism n • purismo

purist n • purista

puritan adj • puritan

puritan n • puritano

Puritan n • puritano

puritan, puritanical adj • puritan

puritanical adj • puritan

Puritanism n • puritanismo

purity n • puritate

purl n • malia invertite

purloin v • fraudar, defraudar.

purple (1. Zool] (Purpura; 2. purple dye or color; 3. purple garment) n • purpura (pùr-)

purple (1. Zool] (Purpura; 2. purple dye or color; 3. purple garment) n • purpura

purple adj/n • purpura

purple (make or dye purple) v • purpurar

purple, purpurate adj • purpuree

purplish, purpurate adj • purpurin

purpose (1. aim; 2. subject under discussion) n • proposito (-pò-)

purpose (1. aim; 2. subject under discussion) n • proposito

purpose n • fin, intention, objecto

purpose n • intention, objecto, fin

purpose n • objecto, fin, intention

purpose (on -) adv • expresso, con intention

purpose (on -) adv • con intention, expresso

purpose v • proponer se

purposeful adj • tenace, resolute

purposeful adj • resolute, tenace

purposely adv • expresso, con intention

purposely adv • con intention, expresso

purpura [Pathol] n • purpura (pùr-)

purpura [Pathol] n • purpura

purpurate [Chem] n • purpurato

purpurate, purple adj • purpuree

purpurate, purplish adj • purpurin

purpurin [Chem] n • purpurina

purr n • ronron

purr v • ronronar

purse (bag, receptacle, etc, for money) n • portamoneta

purse (change purse) n • bursa

purse n • bursa, portamoneta

purse n • portamoneta, bursa

purse maker n • bursero

pursue (carry on) v • prosequer -sequ-/-secut-]

pursue (carry on) v • continuar, prosequer

pursue (carry on) v • prosequer, continuar

pursue (carry on) v • prosequer

pursue (chase) v • persequer

pursue (follow after, chase) v • persequer -sequ-/-secut-]

pursue (follow after, chase) v • persequer

pursue (hunt) v • chassar

pursuer adj • persequente

pursuit (action of carrying on) n • prosecution

pursuit (action of following after or chasing) n • persecution

pursuit (carrying on) n • continuation, prosecution

pursuit (carrying on) n • prosecution, continuation

pursuit (chase) n • persecution

purulence n • purulentia

purulent adj • purulente

pus n • pure

pus [Pathol] n • pus

pus [Pathol] n • pure

push (as in to give someone a push) n • pulsata

push n • pulsata

push v • pulsar

push-back v • repulsar

pushchair n • cochietto de infante

push-down v • deprimer, pulsar a basso

push-down v • pulsar a basso, deprimer

push-in vi • entrar a fortia

push-in vt • introducer a fortia

push-off (a boat) v • pulsar (un barca in le aqua)

push-off (a boat) v • pulsar

push-off (go) v • partir

push-on (facer) v • avantiar

push-out v • expeller

push-through v • tractar con expedition

pusillanimity n • pusillanimitate

pusillanimous adj • pusillanime

pusillanimous adj • pusillanime (-ànime)

pussy (coward) n • coardo

pussy (kitty cat) n • catta, catto

pussy (kitty cat) n • catto, catta

pussy [Slang] n • vagina

pustulate (form pustules) v • pustular

pustulate, pustulous adj • pustulate

pustule [Pathol] n • pustula (pùs-)

pustule [Pathol] n • pustula

pustule, pimple n • button

pustulous adj • pustulose

put, place, lay v • poner pon-/posit-/post-]

put, place, lay v • poner

put v • poner, placiar

put v • placiar, poner

put a bridle on, bridle v • bridar

put a harness on, harness (a horse) v • harnesar

put back, restore v • remitter -mitt-/-miss-]

put back, restore v • remitter

put food into mouth (also: words) v • imbuccar

put hind side foremost, reverse v • preposterar

put in a cradle v • incunar

put in a niche, niche v • nichar (-sh-)

put in a niche, niche v • nichar

put in a pocket, pocket v • intascar

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

put in order, arrange v • ordinar

put in order, arrange v • struer

put in order again v • reordinar

put in pawn, pawn v • pignorar

put into position, emplace v • implaciar

put on (a garment) v • vestir

put on the brakes, brake v • frenar

put on the right road v • incamminar

put on the stage, stage v • inscenar

put one's signature to, sign v • firmar

put out of joint, dislocate v • dislocar

put out of order, upset v • disregular

put shoes on (also: boots, stockings on someone's feet) v • calcear

put to death, execute v • suppliciar

put to shame, shame v • avergoniar

put to sleep v • addormir

put to sleep v • sopir

put to the test, try v • experir -per-/-pert-]

put to the test, try v • experir

put to torture, torture v • torturar

put to torture, torture v • tormentar

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

put under an illusion, deceive v • illuder

put under illegal restraint, confine illegally v • sequestrar

putative adj • putative

put-back v • remitter (in su posto)

put-back v • remitter

put-down (a revolt) v • supprimer

put-down (confuse) v • disconcertar, humiliar

put-down (confuse) v • humiliar, disconcertar

put-down (replace) v • posar, deponer

put-down (replace) v • deponer, posar

puteal, well curb n • puteal

put-forward (advance) v • avantiar

put-forward (suggest) v • proponer

put-in v • introducer

put-off (delay) v • differer

put-off (disgust) v • disgustar

put-off (dissuade) v • discoragiar, dissuader

put-off (dissuade) v • dissuader, discoragiar

put-on (a garment) v • vestir

put-on (a play) v • montar, representar

put-on (a play) v • representar, montar

put-on (turn on) v • accender

put-out (a fire) v • extinguer

put-out (confuse) v • disconcertar

put-out (expel) v • expeller

put-out (hands) v • extender

put-out (incommodate) v • incommodar

put-out (kick out) v • mitter al porta

put-out (sexually) v • coopera con actos sexual

putrefaction n • putrefaction

putrefactive adj • putrefactive

putrefy (cause to rot) v • putrefacer -fac-/-fact-]

putrefy (cause to rot) v • putrefacer

putrescence n • putrescentia

putrescent adj • putrescente

putrescent adj • putrescente (ppr of putrescer)

putrescible adj • putrescibile

putrid adj • putride

putrid, carrion adj • caroniose

putridity n • putriditate

putsch n • putsch

putsch n • putsch G]

put-through (telephone call) v • passar

putting food in mouth (act of putting food, also: words into someone's mouth) n • imbuccamento

put-to-use v • utilisar, applicar

put-to-use v • applicar, utilisar

putty, cement v • masticar

putty n • mastico

putty v • tappar con le mastico

putty v • fixar

put-under v • poner sub

put-up (- up with) v • tolerar, supportar

put-up (- up with) v • supportar, tolerar

put-up (a building) v • construer

put-up (lodge) v • allogiar

put-up (prices) v • augmentar construer

puzzle n • enigma, problema

puzzle n • problema, enigma

puzzle v • intrigar, confunder

puzzle v • confunder, intrigar

puzzled adj • perplexe

puzzling adj • enigmatic

pygmy n • pygmeo

pyjamas n • pajama

pyl- (gate) occurring in derivatives and compounds] n • pyl-

pylon [Arch] n • pylon

pylon n • pylon

pyloric adj • pyloric

pylorus [Anat] n • pyloro

pyr-, pyro- (fire) occurring in derivatives and compounds] n • pyr-

pyramid [Arch, Geom, etc] n • pyramide

pyramid [Arch, Geom, etc] n • pyramide (-rà-)

pyramid (build or heap up in the shape of apyramid) v • pyramidar

pyramid n • pyramide

pyramidal adj • pyramidal

pyre n • pyra

Pyrene [Gr Mythol] n • Pyrene

Pyrenean adj • pyrenee

Pyrenean adj • pyrenee (-ée)

Pyrenees [Geog] n • Pyreneos

pyrex n • vitro refrac

pyridine [Chem] n • pyridina

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

pyritous adj • pyritose

pyrolater, fire worshiper n • pyrolatra (-ò-)

pyrolater, fire worshiper n • pyrolatra

pyrolatry, fire worship n • pyrolatria (-ìa)

pyrolatry, fire worship n • pyrolatria

pyroligneous adj • pyrolignose

pyromania n • pyromania

pyromania n • pyromania (-ìa)

pyromaniac n • pyromano

pyromaniac n • pyromano (-rò-)

pyromaniacal adj • pyromane

pyrometer n • pyrometro (-ò-)

pyrometer n • pyrometro

pyrometric adj • pyrometric

pyrophorous [Chem] adj • pyrophore

pyrophosphoric [Chem] adj • pyrophosphoric

pyrotechnical adj • pyrotechnic

pyrotechnics n • pyrotechnica

pyrotechnist n • pyrotechnico

pyroxene [Mineral] n • pyroxeno

pyroxene [Mineral] n • pyroxeno (-ròx-)

pyroxyle, pyroxylin [Chem] n • pyroxylo

pyroxylin [Chem] n • pyroxylina

pyroxylin, pyroxyle [Chem] n • pyroxylo

Pythagoras [Gr Philos] n • Pythagoras

Pythagoras [Gr Philos] n • Pythagoras (-tà-)

Pythagorean n • pythagorista

Pythagorean, Pythagoric adj • pythagoric

Pythagoreanism n • pythagorismo

Pythia n • pythia

Pythian adj • pythic

Pythian adj • pythie

Pytho (Delphi) Gr Antiq] n • Pytho

Python [Gr Mythol] n • Python

python n • python

pyx [Eccl] n • pyxide (pìx-)

pyx [Eccl] n • pyxide

pyxis, pyxidium [Bot] n • pyxide (pìx-)

pyxis, pyxidium [Bot] n • pyxide