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Rabaul {prop} (town in New Britain)  :: Rabaul {f}
rabbet joint {n} (rabbet) SEE: rabbet  ::
rabbi {n} (Jewish scholar or teacher)  :: rabino {m}
rabbit {n} (mammal)  :: coelho {m}
rabid {adj} (affected with rabies)  :: raivoso
rabid {adj} (furious; raging; extremely violent)  :: raivoso, furioso
rabies {n} (viral disease)  :: raiva {f}
raccoon {n} (nocturnal omnivore living in North America, Procyon lotor)  :: guaxinim {m} [Brazil], ratão lavador {m} [Portugal]
race {n} (a breed or strain of domesticated animal)  :: raça {f}
race {n} (a category or species of something that has emerged or evolved from an older one)  :: categoria {f}
race {n} (a large group of people set apart from others on the basis of a common heritage)  :: raça {f}, linhagem {f}
race {n} (a large group of people set apart from others on the basis of common, physical characteristics)  :: raça {f}
race {n} (a population geographically separated from others of its species that develops significantly different characteristics; informal for subspecies)  :: subespécie {f}
race {n} (contest)  :: corrida {f}
race {n}  :: corrida {f} , correnteza {f}, torrente {f} , raça {f}
race {n} (one of the categories from the many subcategorizations of the human species)  :: raça
race {v} (to move or drive at high speed)  :: correr
race {v} (to take part in a race)  :: correr
raceme {n} (botany: an inflorescence in which the flowers are arranged along a single central axis)  :: cacho {m}
racer {n} (racehorse) SEE: racehorse  ::
racetrack {n} (a course over which races are run)  :: pista (de corrida) {f}
Rachel {prop} (female given name)  :: Raquel
Rachel {prop} (younger daughter of Laban)  :: Raquel
racial {adj} (of a race)  :: racial
racism {n} (race discrimination or dislike)  :: racismo {m}
racist {adj} (relating to racism)  :: racista
racist {n} (person who believes a particular race is superior to others.)  :: racista {m} {f}
rack {n} (series of shelves)  :: estante {f}, armário {m}
rack {n} (torture device)  :: cavalete {m}
racket {n} (fraud)  :: extorsão {f}
racket {n} (implement)  :: raquete
racket {n} (loud noise)  :: algazarra {f}
rack one's brain {v} (struggle to think of something)  :: quebrar a cabeça
racoon {n} (raccoon) SEE: raccoon  ::
racquet {n} (an implement with a handle used to hit a ball)  :: raquete {f}
rada {n} (soviet) SEE: soviet  ::
Rada {prop} (rada) SEE: rada  ::
radar {n} (method of detecting distant objects)  :: radar {m}
radarmeteorology {n} (radar meteorology) SEE: radar meteorology  ::
radiant {adj} (beaming with vivacity and happiness)  :: radiante
radiation {n} (process of radiating waves or particles)  :: radiação {f}
radiation {n} (radioactive energy)  :: radiação {f}
radiation {n} (shooting forth of anything from a point or surface)  :: irradiação {f}, radiação {f}
radiator {n} (anything which radiates or emits rays)  :: irradiador {m}
radiator {n} (device that lowers engine coolant temperature by conducting heat to the air)  :: radiador {m}
radio {n}  :: rádio {m}
radio {n} (receiver)  :: rádio {m}
radio {n} (technology)  :: rádio {m}
radio {n} (transmitter)  :: rádio {f}
radioactive {adj} (exhibiting radioactivity)  :: radioactivo [Portugal], radioativo [Brazil]
radioactive fallout {n} (material from a radioactive plume)  :: chuva radioativa {f}, chuva negra {f}
radioactive waste {n} (type of waste)  :: lixo nuclear {m}
radioactivity {n} (emission of ionizing radiation)  :: radioatividade {f}
radioactivity {n} (radiation emitted)  :: radioatividade {f}
radioactivity {n}  :: radioatividade {f}
radio cassette {n} (radio cassette player) SEE: radio cassette player  ::
radiogram {n} (radiograph) SEE: radiograph  ::
radiologist {n} (practitioner of radiology)  :: radiologista {m} {f}, radiólogo {m}
radiology {n} (the use of radiation in diagnosis)  :: radiologia {f}
radio station {n} (broadcast station emitting an audio signal)  :: estação de rádio
radio-telephone {n} (radiotelephone) SEE: radiotelephone  ::
radish {n} (edible root)  :: rabanete {m}
radish {n} (plant)  :: rabanete {m}
radium {n} (chemical element)  :: rádio {m}
radius {n} (bone (human))  :: rádio {m}
radius {n} (length of this line segment)  :: raio {m}
radius {n} (line segment)  :: raio {m}
radome {n} (radar dome) SEE: radar dome  ::
radon {n} (chemical element)  :: rádon {m}
raffle {n} (drawing)  :: rifa {f}
raft {n} (flat, floating structure)  :: balsa {f}
rafter {n} (series of sloped beams)  :: caibro {m}, viga {f}, trave {f}
rag {n} (mean or tattered attire)  :: trapo {m}, farrapo {m}
rag {n} (piece of cloth)  :: farrapo {m}, trapo {m}
rag {n} ((slang, pejorative) A newspaper)  :: pasquim {m}
ragbag {n} (collection of miscellaneous things) SEE: hodgepodge  ::
rag doll {n} (doll)  :: boneca de pano
rage {n} (a violent anger)  :: raiva {f}, fúria {f}, ira {f}
rage {v} (act in an angry manner)  :: enfurecer-se
ragged {adj} (rent or worn into tatters, or till the texture is broken)  :: esfarrapado {m}
Ragusa {prop} (Dubrovnik) SEE: Dubrovnik  ::
raid {n} (attack for the purpose of making arrests, seizing property, or plundering)  :: invasão {f}, ataque {m}
rail {n} (metal bar that makes the track of a railroad)  :: carril {m}
rail {n} (railroad; railway)  :: trilho {m}
railcar {n} (any railway carriage) SEE: railroad car  ::
railgun {n} (railway gun) SEE: railway gun  ::
railing {n} (fence or barrier)  :: corrimão {m}
railman {n} (railwayman) SEE: railwayman  ::
railroad {n} (permanent road consisting of fixed metal rails) SEE: railway  ::
railroad {n} (transportation system) SEE: railway  ::
railroad crossing {n} (level crossing) SEE: level crossing  ::
railroad station {n} (place where trains stop for passengers) SEE: railway station  ::
railroad switch {n} (points) SEE: points  ::
railroad tie {n} (piece supporting the rails of a railroad)  :: travessa {f} [Portugal], dormente {m} [Brazil]
railway {n} (track, consisting of parallel rails)  :: ferrovia, estrada de ferro {f}
railway {n} (transport system using these rails)  :: ferrovia
railway station {n} (place where trains stop)  :: estação de trem
rain {n} (an instance of particles falling)  :: chuva {f}
rain {n} (any matter falling)  :: chuva {f}
rain {n} (condensed water from a cloud)  :: chuva {f}
rain {v}  :: chover
rain {v} (of rain: to fall from the sky)  :: chover
rain {v} (to fall in large quantities)  :: chover
rain {v} (to issue in large quantities)  :: fazer chover
rainbow {adj}  :: iridescente {m} {f}
rainbow {n} (baseball: curveball) SEE: curveball  ::
rainbow {n} (multicoloured arch in the sky)  :: arco-íris {m}
rainbow trout {n} (Oncorhynchus mykiss (countable))  :: truta arco-íris {f}
rainbow trout {n}  :: truta
rain buckets {v} (to rain heavily) SEE: rain cats and dogs  ::
rain cats and dogs {v} (to rain very heavily)  :: o céu vir abaixo, chover a cântaros [Portugal], chover a potes [Portugal], cair um toró [Brazil], chover canivetes [Brazil]
rain cloud {n} (cloud from which rain is falling)  :: nimbo
raincoat {n} (waterproof coat)  :: capa de chuva
rain dance {n} (Ceremonial dance)  :: dança da chuva {f}
raindrop {n} (droplet of rainwater)  :: pingo
rainfall {n} (amount of rain that falls on a single occasion)  :: precipitação
rainforest {n} (forest in a climate with high annual rainfall and no dry season)  :: floresta tropical {f}
rain or shine {adv} (regardless of the circumstances)  :: faça chuva ou faça sol
rain pitchforks {v} (rain cats and dogs) SEE: rain cats and dogs  ::
rainwater {n} (rainfall) SEE: rainfall  ::
rainy {adj} (abounding with rain)  :: chuvoso, pluvioso
Raipur {prop} (capital of Chhattisgarh)  :: Raipur {f}
raise {n} (increase in wages)  :: aumento {m}
raise {n} (shoulder excercise)  :: agachamento {m}
raise {v} (to bring up, to grow)  :: criar
raise {v} (to cause to rise)  :: levantar, alçar
raise {v} (to collect)  :: arrecadar
raise the stakes {v} (up the ante) SEE: up the ante  ::
raisin {n} (dried grape)  :: uva passa {f}, passa {f}
rajah {n} (Hindu prince)  :: rajá {m}
Rajasthan {prop} (a state in western India)  :: Rajastão {m}
rake {n} (garden tool)  :: ancinho {m}, rastelo {m}, rastel {m}
rake {v} (search thoroughly)  :: varrer
rake {v} (use a rake on)  :: rastelar
rake together {v} (collect small amounts) SEE: scrape together  ::
rally {v} (To collect, and reduce to order, as troops dispersed or thrown into confusion)  :: reorganizar,reunir
rally {v} (To come into orderly arrangement)  :: reagrupar
Ralph {prop} (male given name)  :: Raul
ram {n} (battering ram) SEE: battering ram  ::
ram {n} (male sheep)  :: carneiro {m}, aríete {m}
ram {v} (intentionally collide with (a ship))  :: abalroar
Rama {prop} (avatar of Lakshmi)  :: Rama {f}
Ramadan {prop} (holy ninth month of Islamic lunar calendar)  :: Ramadão {m}
ramble {n} (stroll) SEE: stroll  ::
ramble {v} (wander) SEE: wander  ::
rambler {n} (recreational walker) SEE: hiker  ::
rambutan {n} (fruit)  :: rambutã {m}
ramen {n} (soup noodles of wheat, with various ingredients (Japanese style))  :: ramen {m}, miojo {m}
ramify {v} (to divide into branches)  :: ramificar
ramp {n} (inclined surface)  :: rampa {f}
rampage {n} (a course of violent, frenzied action)  :: alvoroço {m}, tumulto {m}
ramshackle {adj} (in disrepair or disorder)  :: malcuidado
ramson {n} (ramsons) SEE: ramsons  ::
Ranchi {prop} (capital of Jharkhand, India)  :: Ranchi {f}
rancid {adj} (being rank in taste or smell)  :: râncido
rancid {adj} (rancid) SEE: offensive  ::
rancid {adj}  :: ranço
rancor {n} (the deepest malignity or spite)  :: rancor {m}
random {adj} (all outcomes being unpredictable)  :: aleatório
random {adj} (computing: pseudorandom)  :: aleatório, randômico, pseudo-randômico
random {adj} (mathematics: of or relating to probability distribution)  :: aleatório, randômico
random {n} (unimportant person)  :: joão-ninguém {m}, fulano {m}, sicrano {m}, beltrano {m}
randomly {adv} (in a random way)  :: aleatoriamente
random number {n} (number allotted randomly using a suitable generator)  :: número aleatório {m}
randy {adj} (sexually aroused)  :: excitado, com tesão
range {n} (line of mountains)  :: cordilheira {f}, serra {f}
range {n} (math: set of values of a function)  :: imagem
range {n} (maximum reach of capability)  :: alcance {m}
range {n} (selection, array)  :: gama {f}
range {v}  :: classificar
range hood {n} (kitchen device) SEE: extractor hood  ::
Rangoon {prop} (Yangon) SEE: Yangon  ::
ransom {n} (money paid for the freeing of a hostage)  :: resgate {m}
ransom {v} (to pay a price to set someone free)  :: pagar o resgate
ranunculus {n} (buttercup) SEE: buttercup  ::
rap {n} (blame)  :: culpa {f}
rap {n} (rap music) SEE: rap music  ::
rapacious {adj} (avaricious)  :: voraz {m} {f}
Rapa Nui {prop} (language)  :: rapanui {m}, pascoense {m}
rape {n} (act of forcing sexual activity)  :: estupro {m}
rape {n} (rapeseed) SEE: rapeseed  ::
rape {v} (force sexual intercourse)  :: estuprar, violentar
rapeseed {n} (rapeseed plant)  :: canola {f}
Raphael {prop} (Archangel)  :: Rafael {m}
Raphael {prop} (given name)  :: Rafael
rapid {adj} (Very swift or quick)  :: rápido
rapid {n} (section of river)  :: corredeira {f}
rapidly {adv} (with speed)  :: rapidamente
rapier {n} (slender straight sharply pointed sword)  :: florete {m}, rapieira {f}
rapist {n} (someone who rapes someone else)  :: estuprador {m}, estupradora {f}, violador {m}, violadora {f}
rap music {n} (music form)  :: rap {m}, hip hop {m}
rapper {n} (Hip hop performer)  :: rapper
rapprochement {n} (reestablishment of cordial relations)  :: reaproximação {f}, reatamento {m}
raptor {n} (bird of prey) SEE: bird of prey  ::
raptor {n} (velociraptor) SEE: velociraptor  ::
rapture {n} (the rapture (gathering up of believers in end times))  :: arrebatamento
rapunzel {n} (corn salad) SEE: corn salad  ::
rapunzel {n} (rampion) SEE: rampion  ::
Rapunzel {prop} (a German fairy tale)  :: Rapunzel {f}
rare {adj} (cooked very lightly)  :: mal passado
rare {adj} (thin density gas)  :: rarefeito
rare {adj} (very uncommon)  :: raro
rarefied {adj} (less dense than usual)  :: rarefeito {m}
rarely {adv} (not occurring at a regular interval)  :: raramente
rarity {n} (measure of the scarcity of an object)  :: raridade {f}
rarity {n} (rare object)  :: raridade {f}
Rarotongan {prop} (Cook Islands Maori) SEE: Cook Islands Maori  ::
rascal {n} (someone who is naughty)  :: patife {m}, canalha
rash {adj} (hasty)  :: imprudente, precipitado
rash {n} (of skin)  :: erupção {f}
rash {n} (surge in problems)  :: surto {m}
rashly {adv} (in a rash manner)  :: precipitadamente
raspberry {adj} (the colour)  :: cor de framboesa
raspberry {n} (fruit)  :: framboesa {f}
raspberry {n} (plant)  :: framboeseira {f}
raspy {adj} (irritable) SEE: irritable  ::
rat {n} (rodent)  :: rato {m}
rat-arsed {adj} (extremely drunk) SEE: shitfaced  ::
rate {n} (proportional relationship between amounts)  :: taxa {f}
rate {n} (Ratio)  :: razão {f}
rate {n} (speed) SEE: speed  ::
ratel {n} (Mellivora capensis) SEE: honey badger  ::
rather {adv}  :: meio, um tanto
rather {adv} (preferably)  :: preferivelmente, de preferência
rather {adv} (somewhat, fairly)  :: bastante, bem
rather than {prep} (instead of, in preference to)  :: a
ratify {v} (give formal consent to)  :: ratificar
ratio {n} (number representing comparison)  :: razão {f}
ratio {n} (ratio decidendi) SEE: ratio decidendi  ::
rational {adj} (arithmetic: of an algebraic expression)  :: racional
rational {adj} (arithmetic: of a number)  :: racional
rational {adj} (capable of reasoning)  :: racional
rational {adj} (reasonable; not absurd)  :: racional
rational {n} (rational number) SEE: rational number  ::
rationalise {v} (rationalize) SEE: rationalize  ::
rational number {n} (quotient of integers)  :: número racional {m}
ration card {n} (food stamp) SEE: food stamp  ::
rationing {n} (ration) SEE: ration  ::
ration stamp {n} (food stamp) SEE: food stamp  ::
rat out {v} (to inform authorities (about someone) )  :: delatar
rattle {n} (baby's toy)  :: chocalho
rattle {v}  :: chocalhar, sacudir, desconcertar, agitar, perturbar, fazer retinir, [verbs] mover-se ruidosamente, chocalho {m}, guizo {m}, estrondo {m}, estrépito {m}, rufo {m}, algazarra {f}, [nouns] balbúrdia {f}
rattler {n} (rattlesnake) SEE: rattlesnake  ::
rattlesnake {n} (poisonous snake)  :: cascavel {f}
rave {v} (to speak or write incoherently)  :: devanear
raven {n} (bird)  :: corvo {m}
raven {n} (rapine; rapacity)  :: rapina {f}, voraz {m} {f}
ravenous {adj} (very hungry)  :: faminto {m}
ravine {n} (a deep narrow valley)  :: ravina {f}, barranco {m}
ravish {v} (rape) SEE: rape  ::
ravish {v} (seize and carry away by violence; snatch by force)  :: raptar
ravishing {adj} (Extremely beautiful)  :: encantador
raw {adj} (inexperienced)  :: inexperiente, xucro [Brazil]
raw {adj} (of data, statistics etc: uncorrected, without analysis)  :: bruto
raw {adj} (uncooked)  :: cru, crua {f}
raw {adj} (untreated)  :: bruto
raw material {n} (input to an installation which processes is)  :: matéria-prima {f}
raw material {n} (material in its unprocessed, natural state)  :: matéria-prima {f}
ray {n} (beam of light or radiation)  :: raio {m}
ray {n} (colloquial: tiny amount)  :: pingo {m}, fio {m}
ray {n} (marine fish with a flat body, large wing-like fins, and a whip-like tail)  :: arraia {f}, raia {f}
ray {n} (mathematics: line extending indefinitely in one direction from a point)  :: raio {m}
Raymond {prop} (male given name)  :: Raimundo {m}
raze {v} (to demolish)  :: demolir, arrasar, aniquilar
raze {v} (to scrape as if with a razor)  :: raspar
razor {n} (shaving instrument)  :: gilete {f}
razor {n} (shaving knife)  :: navalha {f}
razor {n} (tusk of wild boar)  :: presa {f}
razor blade {n} (razor blade)  :: lâmina de barbear {f}
razor shell {n} (razor clam) SEE: razor clam  ::
razor strop {n} (birch bracket) SEE: birch bracket  ::
razor wire {n} (a form of security wire)  :: arame farpado {m}
re- {prefix} (again)  :: re-
reach {v}  :: alcançar, atingir
reach {v} (to arrive at)  :: chegar
reach {v} (to obtain by stretching forth, to extend so as to touch)  :: alcançar
reaction {n} (action in response to an event)  :: reação {f}
reaction {n} (chemical transformation)  :: reação {f}
reactionary {adj} (opposed to change)  :: reacionário
reactor {n} (a chemical substance which responds to the presence or contact with another substance)  :: reagente {m}
reactor {n} (a device which uses atomic energy to produce heat)  :: reator {m}
reactor {n}  :: (br): reativo {m}, reativa {f} ; (pt): reactivo {m}, reactiva {f}
read {n} (a reading or an act of reading)  :: leitura {f}, lida {f}
read {v} (be able to hear (in a radio communication))  :: copiar
read {v} (have the ability to read text or other information)  :: ler
read {v} (look at and interpret letters or other information)  :: ler
read {v} (make a study of)  :: estudar
read {v} (of text, etc., to be interpreted or read in a particular way)  :: ler-se
read {v} (speak aloud words or other information that is written)  :: ler
read {v} (to consist of certain text)  :: dizer
readable {adj} (legible) SEE: legible  ::
readableness {n} (readability) SEE: readability  ::
read between the lines {v} (to infer a meaning that is not stated explicitly)  :: ler nas entrelinhas
reader {n}  :: leitor {m}, leitora {f}
reader {n} (person who reads a publication)  :: leitor {m}
readily {adv} (showing readiness)  :: prontamente
readiness {n} (state or degree of being ready)  :: prontidão {f}
reading {n} (the process of interpreting a symbol)  :: leitura
reading {n} (the process of interpreting written language)  :: leitura
readjustment {n} (a second, or subsequent adjustment)  :: reajuste {m}
read-only memory {n} (memory chip that stores values but doesn't allow updates)  :: memória somente de leitura {f}, memória ROM {f}
ready {adj} (Inclined, apt to happen)  :: pronto
ready {adj} (Prepared for immediate action or use)  :: pronto {m}, preparado {m}
ready {v} (to make prepared for action)  :: preparar, aprontar
ready, aim, fire {interj} (sequence of commands)  :: preparar, apontar, fogo
ready, set, go {phrase} (on your mark, get set, go) SEE: on your mark, get set, go  ::
ready, steady, go {phrase} (on your mark, get set, go) SEE: on your mark, get set, go  ::
reaffirm {v} (affirm again)  :: reafirmar
reagent {n} (substance used in chemical reactions)  :: reagente {m}
real {adj} (absolute, complete, utter)  :: real {m} {f}
real {adj} (genuine, not artificial, counterfeit or fake)  :: real {m} {f}
real {adj} (genuine, unfeigned, sincere)  :: real {m} {f}
real {adj} (mathematics: relating to numbers with a one-to-one correspondence to the points on a line)  :: real {m} {f}
real {adj} (that has physical existence)  :: real {m} {f}
real {adj} (true, genuine, not merely nominal)  :: real {m} {f}
real {adv} (really) SEE: really  ::
real {n} (a unit of currency formerly used in Portugal and Brazil)  :: real {m}
real {n} (a unit of currency used in Brazil)  :: real {m}
real {n} (mathematics: a real number) SEE: real number  ::
real estate {n} (property that cannot easily be moved)  :: imóvel {m}
realism {n} (concern for fact or reality)  :: realismo {m}
realist {n} (advocate of artistic realism)  :: realista {m} {f}
realistic {adj}  :: realístico
reality {n} (an individual observer's subjective perception)  :: realidade {f}
reality {n} (a real entity, event etc.)  :: realidade {f}
reality {n} (entirety of all that is real)  :: realidade {f}
reality {n} (state of being actual or real)  :: realidade {f}
reality show {n} (a program of reality television)  :: reality show {m}
reality television {n} (television genre)  :: televisão de realidade {f}
realize {v} (to become aware of)  :: perceber, notar, dar-se conta
realize {v} (to make real)  :: realizar, concretizar
real life {n} (life outside of a contrived or fantastical environment)  :: vida real {f}
really {adv} (actually)  :: na verdade, realmente, mesmo
really {adv} (informally, as an intensifier; very, very much)  :: realmente, mesmo
really {interj} (indicating surprise at, or requesting confirmation of, some new information)  :: sério?
realm {n} (sphere or influence)  :: domínio {m}, campo {m}, reino {m}
realm {n} (territory or state)  :: reino {m}
real number {n} (floating-point number) SEE: floating-point number  ::
real number {n} (limit of a convergent sequence of rational numbers)  :: número real {m}
real number line {n} (geometric representation of the real number system) SEE: real line  ::
realtime {adj} (computer term)  :: em tempo real
real world {n} (realm comprising physical objects)  :: mundo real {m}
ream {n} (bundle of paper)  :: resma
reap {v} (to cut with a sickle)  :: ceifar
reap {v} (to receive as a reward)  :: colher
reaper {n} (machine used for harvesting) SEE: harvester  ::
reaper {n} (the Grim Reaper) SEE: Grim Reaper  ::
reap hook {n} (sickle) SEE: sickle  ::
reaping hook {n} (sickle) SEE: sickle  ::
reap what one sows {v} (receive justice)  :: colher o que semear
rear {adj} (being behind, or in the hindmost part)  :: traseiro
rear {n}  :: posterior
rear {n} (the back or hindmost part)  :: traseira {f}
rear {n} (the part of an army or fleet which comes last)  :: retaguarda {f}, zaga {f}
rear {n} (the posterior, butt(ocks)- only terms with directional notion)  :: traseiro {m}
rear {v} (to breed and raise)  :: criar
rear {v} (to bring up to maturity)  :: criar
rear {v} (to lift, raise etc. physically)  :: erguer, levantar, alçar
rear {v} (to lift spiritually)  :: erguer
rear {v} (to set up, construct)  :: erguer, erigir, construir
rear-view mirror {n} (mirror in a vehicle giving view of the traffic behind)  :: retrovisor {m}, espelho retrovisor {m}
reason {n}  :: causa {f}, motivo {m}, razão {f}
reason {n} (math: ratio, proportion) SEE: ratio  ::
reason {n} (motive for an action or determination)  :: motivo {m}
reason {n} (that which causes: a cause)  :: causa {f}, motivo {m}, razão {f}
reason {n} ((the capacity of the human mind for) rational thinking)  :: razão {f}
reason {v} (to arrange and present the reasons for or against; to examine, debate, discuss) SEE: debate  ::
reason {v} (to carry on a process of deduction or of induction)  :: argumentar
reasonable {adj} (inexpensive)  :: em conta
reasonable {adj} (just; fair; agreeable to reason)  :: razoável {m} {f}
reasonable {adj} (satisfactory)  :: satisfatório
reasonably {adv} (fairly)  :: justamente
reasonably {adv} (in accordance with reason)  :: razoavelmente
reasonably {adv} (inexpensively)  :: acessivelmente
reasonably {adv} (not extremely)  :: razoavelmente
reasoning {n} (action of the verb 'to reason')  :: razoamento {m}
reassemble {v} (to assemble again)  :: remontar
reassure {v} (to assure anew; to restore confidence to; to free from fear or terror)  :: tranquilizar, acalmar
reata {n} (lasso) SEE: lasso  ::
rebate {n} (rabbet) SEE: rabbet  ::
Rebecca {prop} (female given name)  :: Rebeca {f}
rebeginning {n} (new start)  :: recomeço {m}
rebel {n} (person who resists an established authority)  :: rebelde {m} {f}
rebel {v} (to resist or become defiant towards)  :: rebelar
rebellion {n} (armed resistance)  :: rebelião {f}
rebellion {n} (defiance)  :: rebelião {f}
rebellious {adj} (showing rebellion)  :: rebelde
rebirth {n} (reincarnation)  :: renascimento {m}
rebirth {n} (revival, reinvigoration)  :: renascimento {m}
rebirth {n} (spiritual renewal)  :: renascimento {m}
reboot {n} (instance of rebooting)  :: reinício {m}, reboot {m}
reboot {v} (to restart a system)  :: reiniciar
reborn {adj} (reincarnated)  :: reencarnado
reborn {adj} (revived or regenerated, especially emotionally or spiritually)  :: renascido
rebuke {n} (harsh criticism)  :: crítica {f}, repreensão {f}, censura {f}
rebuke {v} (to criticise harshly; to reprove)  :: repreender, censurar, criticar
recalculate {v} (calculate again)  :: recalcular
recalculation {n} (act of recalculating)  :: recálculo {m}
recall {n} (product recall)  :: recall {m}
recall {v} (to call (someone) back to a specific place, station)  :: reconvocar
recall {v} (to order the return of (faulty product))  :: convocar
recall {v} (to remember, recollect)  :: lembrar, recordar
recapitulate {v} (to summarize or repeat in concise form)  :: recapitular
recapitulation {n} (subsequent enumeration of the major points)  :: recapitulação
receipt {n} (written acknowledgement)  :: recibo {m}, nota fiscal {f}
receive {v} (get)  :: receber
receive {v} (take possession of)  :: receber
Received Pronunciation {prop} (form of pronunciation of the English language traditionally spoken by the educated classes of the south-east of England)  :: Received Pronunciation {f}
receiver {n} (electronic device)  :: [Brazil] receptor {m}
receiver {n} (person who buys stolen goods)  :: [Brazil] receptador {m}
receiver {n} (person who receives)  :: [Brazil] destinatário {m}
recent {adj} (having happened a short while ago)  :: recente
recently {adv} (in the recent past)  :: recentemente, ultimamente, nos últimos tempos
receptacle {n} (container)  :: recipiente {m}
reception {n} (act of receiving)  :: recepção {f}
reception {n} (electronics: act or ability to receive signals)  :: recepção {f}
reception {n} (front desk)  :: recepção {f}
reception {n} (reaction)  :: recepção {f}
reception {n} (social engagement)  :: recepção {f}
recess {n} (a break, pause or vacation)  :: recesso {m}
recess {n} (a time of play)  :: recreio {m}
recession {n} (a period of reduced economic activity)  :: recessão {f}
recharge {v} (To charge an electric battery)  :: recarregar
recharge {v} (To reload a gun)  :: recarregar
recipe {n} (instructions for making or preparing food dishes)  :: receita {f}
recipient {n} (individual receiving donor organs or tissues)  :: receptor {m}
recipient {n} (one who receives)  :: receptor {m}
reciprocal {adj} (done by each of two people towards the other)  :: recíproco
reciprocal {n} (in mathematics)  :: recíproca {f}
reciprocal pronoun {n} (a part of speech)  :: pronome recíproco {m}
reciprocating engine {n} (piston engine) SEE: piston engine  ::
recitative {n} (dialogue in an opera etc.)  :: recitativo {m}
recite {v} (to repeat aloud some passage, poem or other text previously memorized, often before an audience)  :: recitar
reckless {adj} (careless or heedless; headstrong or rash)  :: imprudente
reckless {adj}  :: inconsequente
reckless {adj} (indifferent to danger or the consequences)  :: temerário
recklessness {n} (being reckless)  :: descuido, negligência
reclaim {v} (to recycle) SEE: recycle  ::
reclaim {v} (to tame or domesticate a wild animal) SEE: tame  ::
recluse {n} (A person who lives in self-imposed isolation or seclusion from the world, especially for religious purposes; a hermit)  :: recluso {m}
recognise {v} (to acknowledge as something)  :: reconhecer
recognise {v} (to acknowledge the existence or legality of something)  :: reconhecer
recognise {v} (to match in memory; to know from a previous encounter)  :: reconhecer
recognize {v} (to acknowledge as something)  :: reconhecer
recognize {v} (to acknowledge the existence or legality of something)  :: reconhecer
recognize {v} (to match in memory; to know from a previous encounter)  :: reconhecer
recoil {n} (pushback from a fired firearm)  :: coice {m}, recuo {m}
recoil {v} (to pull back, especially in disgust, horror or astonishment)  :: recuo, coice (da arma)
recollect {v} (to recall past events)  :: recordar, lembrar
recollection {n} (act of recalling to the memory)  :: recordação {f}
recollection {n} (power of recalling ideas to the mind)  :: memória {f}, recordações {f-p}
recollection {n} (that which is called to mind)  :: recordação {f}
recommend {v} (to commend to the favorable notice of another)  :: recomendar
recommendation {n} (act of recommending)  :: recomendação {f}
recommendation {n} (commendation) SEE: commendation  ::
reconcile {v} (to make things compatible or consistent)  :: reconciliar
reconciliation {n} (a Roman Catholic sacrament involving contrition, confession, punishment and absolution; penance)  :: reconciliação {f}
reconciliation {n} (the reestablishment of friendly relations; conciliation or rapprochement)  :: reconciliação {f}, conciliação {f}
reconfirm {v} (confirm again)  :: reconfirmar
Reconquista {n} (reconquest of Spain and Portugal by Christians)  :: Reconquista {f}
reconvene {v} (to resume something that has been convened and then paused)  :: reunir
record {n} (computing: set of data relating to a single individual or item)  :: registro {m}
record {n} (information put into a lasting physical medium)  :: registro {m}
record {n} (most extreme known value of some achievement)  :: recorde {m}
record {n} (vinyl disc/disk)  :: vinil {m}
record {v} ((intransitive) make audio or video recording)  :: gravar
record {v} (make an audio or video recording of)  :: gravar
record {v} (make a record of)  :: registrar
recorder {n} (musical instrument)  :: flauta doce {f}
recording {n} (reproduction stored in a permanent medium)  :: gravação {f}
record player {n} (analogue electronic device for playing gramophone records)  :: toca-discos {m}
recount {n} (counting again)  :: recontagem {f}
recount {v} (to count again)  :: recontar
recount {v} (to tell over)  :: recontar
recover {v} (intransitive: to get better, regain health)  :: recuperar-se, melhorar
recover {v} (transitive:to get back, regain)  :: recuperar
recovery {n} (act or process of regaining or repossession of something lost)  :: recuperação {f}
recovery {n} (renewed growth after a slump)  :: recuperação {f}
recovery {n} (return to former status)  :: recuperação {f}
recovery {n} (return to normal health)  :: recuperação {f}
recovery boiler {n} (boiler for recovering soda)  :: caldeira de recuperação {f}
recreation {n} (activity that diverts, amuses or stimulates)  :: recreação {f}
recruit {n} (man enlisted for service in the army; a newly enlisted soldier)  :: recruta
recruitment {n} (process or art of finding candidates or recruits)  :: recrutamento
rectal {adj} (Of -, via - or related to the rectum)  :: retal
rectangle {n} (quadrilateral)  :: rectângulo {m} [Portugal], retângulo [Brazil]
rectangular {adj} (having a shape like a rectangle)  :: retangular {m} {f}
rectangular coordinates {n} (Cartesian coordinates) SEE: Cartesian coordinates  ::
rectitude {n} (rightness of principle or practice)  :: retidão {f}
rectum {n} (terminal part of the large intestine)  :: reto {m}
recuperate {v} (recover, especially from an illness) SEE: recover  ::
recur {v} (to happen again)  :: reocorrer
recur {v} (to recurse) SEE: recurse  ::
recurrence {n} (recourse) SEE: recourse  ::
recurrent {adj} (recurring time after time)  :: recorrente {m} {f}
recursive {adj}  :: recursivo
recyclable {adj} (able to be recycled)  :: reciclável
recycle {v} (to break down and reuse component materials)  :: reciclar
recycle {v} (to reuse as a whole)  :: reciclar, reusar
recycling {n} (the practice of sorting and collecting waste materials for new use)  :: reciclagem {f}
red {adj} (having red as its colour)  :: vermelho
red {adj} (left-wing, socialist or communist)  :: vermelho, rubro, comuna
red {adj} (of hair: orange-brown)  :: ruivo
red {n} (colour)  :: vermelho {m}, rubro {m}, vermelha {f}, rubra {f}, encarnado {m}, escarlate {m}
red {n} (socialist, communist)  :: vermelho {m}, rubro {m}
redact {v} (to censor (a document))  :: censurar
red beet {n} (beetroot) SEE: beetroot  ::
red-black tree {n} (binary search tree)  :: árvore rubro-negra
redbreast {n} (American robin) SEE: American robin  ::
redbreast {n} (European robin) SEE: European robin  ::
Red Cross {prop} (Red Cross)  :: Cruz Vermelha {f}
redcurrant {n} (fruit)  :: groselha vermelha {f}
redcurrant {n} (plant)  :: groselheira vermelha {f}
red deer {n} (Cervus elaphus)  :: veado, cervo
redden {v} (to become red)  :: avermelhar, vermelhar
redden {v} (to make red)  :: avermelhar, vermelhar
reddish {adj} (quite red; red to a certain extent)  :: avermelhado
reddish {adj} (resembling the colour red)  :: avermelhado
red dwarf {n} (small star)  :: anã-vermelha {f}
redeem {v}  :: resgatar, redimir
redeem {v} (to reclaim) SEE: reclaim  ::
redeem {v} (to recover ownership of something by paying a sum)  :: resgatar, redimir
redeem {v} (to restore the reputation, honour of ...)  :: redimir
redeem {v} (to save from a state of sin)  :: redimir
redemption {n} (rescue upon payment of a ransom)  :: resgate {m}
redemption {n} (salvation from sin)  :: redenção {f}
redemption {n} (the act of redeeming or something redeemed)  :: redenção {f}
redemption {n} (the recovery, for a fee, of a pawned article)  :: amortização {f}
red-eye {n} (rock bass) SEE: rock bass  ::
red fox {n} (Vulpes vulpes)  :: raposa-vermelha {f}
redhaired {adj} (having red hair) SEE: redheaded  ::
red-handed {adj} (in the act of wrongdoing)  :: em flagrante, com a boca na botija
redhead {n} (red-haired person)  :: ruivo {m}, ruiva {f}
red hot {n} (hot dog) SEE: hot dog  ::
redirect {n} (redirection) SEE: redirection  ::
redirect {v}  :: redirecionar
redirection {n} (automated process)  :: redirecionamento {m}
redirection {n} (setting a new direction)  :: redirecionamento {m}
rediscover {v} (to discover again)  :: redescobrir, reencontrar
red-light district {n} (area of prostitution)  :: zona de meretrício {f}
redneck {n} (uneducated, unsophisticated person)  :: caipira
redness {n} (red discoloration)  :: vermelhidão
redo {v} (to do again)  :: refazer
red oak {n} (Agkistrodon contortrix) SEE: copperhead  ::
red panda {n} (Ailurus fulgens)  :: panda-vermelho {m}
red pepper {n} (red colored pepper)  :: pimenta vermelha {f}
red poppy {n} (Papaver rhoeas) SEE: corn poppy  ::
Red Sea {prop} (sea between Africa and Arabia)  :: Mar Vermelho {m}
redshift {n} (change in wavelength)  :: desvio para o vermelho {m}
redskin {n} (an American Indian)  :: pele-vermelha {m} {f}
Red Square {prop} (Moscow square)  :: Praça Vermelha {f}
red squirrel {n} (Sciurus vulgaris)  :: esquilo vermelho {m}
red tape {n} (excessive bureaucracy)  :: burocracia {f}
red tide {n} (algal bloom)  :: maré vermelha {f}
redtwig {n} (Cornus sericea) SEE: red osier dogwood  ::
redtwig dogwood {n} (Cornus sericea) SEE: red osier dogwood  ::
reduce {v}  :: reduzir
reduce {v} (to bring down)  :: reduzir, diminuir
reduce {v} (to bring to an inferior rank)  :: rebaixar
reduce {v} (to bring to an inferior state or condition)  :: reduzir
reduce {v} (to lose weight)  :: emagrecer
reduced {adj} (made smaller, less)  :: reducido
redundancy {n} (state of being redundant)  :: redundância {f}, repetição {f}
redundant {adj} (superfluous)  :: redundante
redundantly {adv} (in a redundant manner)  :: redundantemente
redux {adj} (redone, restored, brought back, or revisited)  :: revisto
red wine {n} (red coloured wine)  :: vinho tinto {m}
redwood {n} (the species Sequoia sempervirens)  :: sequoia {f}
reed {n}  :: cana
reed {n} (grass-like plant)  :: junco {m}, cana {f}
reed {n} (hollow stem)  :: cana {f}, colmo {m}
reed {n} (music: part of mouthpiece)  :: palheta {f}
reed {n} (weaving)  :: pente {m}
reef {n} (large vein of auriferous quartz)  :: filão {m}
reef {n} (reef knot) SEE: reef knot  ::
reef {n} (rocks at or near surface of the water)  :: recife {m}, arrecife {m}, [Portugal] restinga
reefer {n} (marijuana) SEE: marijuana  ::
reefer {n} (reefer jacket) SEE: reefer jacket  ::
reek {n} (unpleasant smell)  :: fedor {m}, catinga {f}
reek {n} (vapor)  :: vapor {m}
reek {v} (to be evidently associated with something unpleasant)  :: cheirar
reek {v} (to have or give off a strong, unpleasant smell)  :: feder
reenactment {n} (replication of earlier event)  :: reconstituição
refectory {n} (dining-hall)  :: refeitório {m}
refer {v} (to allude to (grammar term))  :: referir, mencionar
refer {v} (to direct to a source for help or information)  :: encaminhar
refer {v} (to submit to an authority figure for consideration)  :: encaminhar, remeter
referee {n} (person who settles a dispute)  :: árbitro {m}, juiz {m}
referee {n} (sport: umpire, judge, the supervisor of a game)  :: árbitro {m}, juiz {m}
referee {v} (to act as a referee)  :: arbitrar
reference {n} (academic writing: identification of a source)  :: referência {f}
reference {n} (academic writing: source)  :: referência {f}
reference {n} (information about a person, provided by someone (a referee) with whom they are well acquainted)  :: referência {f}
reference {n} (measurement one can compare to)  :: referência {f}
reference {n} (reference work) SEE: reference work  ::
reference {v} (to mention)  :: referenciar, mencionar
reference {v} (to refer to)  :: referenciar
referendum {n} (direct popular vote)  :: referendo {m}
referendum {n}  :: Referendo
refill {n} (a filling after the first)  :: refill {m}
refill {v} (to fill up again)  :: reencher
refine {v}  :: refinar
refine {v} (to become pure; to be cleared of feculent matter)  :: purificar
refine {v} (to purify from what is gross, coarse, vulgar, inelegant, low, and the like; to make elegant or excellent; to polish)  :: refinar
refine {v} (to reduce to a fine, unmixed, or pure state; to free from impurities; to free from dross or alloy)  :: refinar
refinement {n} (act, or the result of refining; the removal of impurities, or a purified material)  :: refino {m}
refinement {n} (fine or subtle distinction)  :: refino {m}
refinement {n} (high-class style; cultivation)  :: refino {m}
refinery {n} (building used to produce refined products)  :: refinaria {f}
refining {n} (process) SEE: refinement  ::
reflect {v} (to bend back from a surface)  :: refletir
reflect {v} (to mirror, or show the image of something)  :: refletir
reflect {v} (to think seriously; to ponder or consider)  :: refletir
reflection {n} (act of reflecting; the state of being reflected)  :: reflexão {f}
reflection {n} (something that is reflected)  :: reflexo {m}
reflex {n} (automatic response)  :: reflexo
reflexive {adj} (in grammar)  :: reflexivo
reflexive {adj} (in mathematics)  :: reflexivo
reflexive pronoun {n} (a part of speech)  :: pronome reflexivo
reforest {v} (afforest) SEE: afforest  ::
reforest {v} (replant)  :: reflorestar
reforestation {n} (replanting)  :: reflorestamento {m}
reform {n} (amendment)  :: reforma {f}
reform {v} (to put into a new and improved form or condition)  :: reformar
reformation {n} (improvement in the condition of institutions)  :: reforma {f}
reformatory {n} (juvenile institution) SEE: reform school  ::
reformulate {v} (to formulate again)  :: reformular
refraction {n} (bending of any wave)  :: refração {f}
refractometer {n} (instrument used to measure the refractive index)  :: refratómetro [Portugal], refratômetro {m} [Brazil]
refractory {adj} (medicine: difficult to heal)  :: refratário
refrain {n} (burden of song)  :: refrão {m}
refrain {v} (to abstain (from))  :: abster-se de
refrain {v} (to keep one’s self from action)  :: abster-se
refresh {v} (To renew or revitalize)  :: refrescar
refreshment {n} (A light snack or drink)  :: refresco {m}
refrigerate {v} (cool down) SEE: cool down  ::
refrigerate {v} (freeze) SEE: freeze  ::
refrigerate {v} (keep cool in refrigerator)  :: refrigerar
refrigeration {n} (process of transferring heat from an object in order to cool it)  :: refrigeração {f}
refrigerator {n} (appliance that refrigerates food )  :: refrigerador {m}, geladeira {f}, frigorífico {m}
refuge {n} (place providing safety, protection or shelter)  :: refúgio {m}, abrigo {m}
refuge {n} (something or someone turned to for safety or assistance)  :: refúgio {m}
refuge {n} (state of safety, protection or shelter)  :: refúgio {m}, abrigo {m}
refugee {n} (person granted formal asylum)  :: asilado {m}
refugee {n} (person seeking economic asylum)  :: expatriado {m}
refugee {n} (person seeking political asylum)  :: refugiado {m}
refugee {n} (person seeking refuge from natural disaster)  :: desabrigado {m}
refulgence {n} (the quality of being refulgent)  :: refulgência {f}
refulgent {adj} (shining brightly and radiantly)  :: refulgente
refund {n} (amount of money returned)  :: reembolso {m}
refund {v} (to return (money) to (someone))  :: reembolsar
refuse {n} (items or material that have been discarded)  :: lixo {m}
refuse {v} ((intransitive) decline a request or demand)  :: recusar
refuse {v} ((transitive) decline (request, demand))  :: recusar
refute {v}  :: refutar
refute {v} (to deny the truth or correctness of (something))  :: negar
refute {v} (to prove (something) to be false or incorrect)  :: refutar
regain {v} (to get back, to recover possession of)  :: reconquistar
regard {n} (concern for another)  :: consideração {m}
regarding {prep} (concerning)  :: sobre, quanto a
regardless {adj} (having no regard)  :: independente
regardless {prep} (paying no attention to)  :: apesar de, independente
regards {n} (greeting at the end of a letter)  :: cordialmente
regards {n} (greeting to pass to another person)  :: lembranças {f-p}
Regensburg {prop} (city in Germany)  :: Ratisbona
regent {n} (one who rules in place of the monarch)  :: regente {m} {f}
regicidal {adj} (of or pertaining to regicide)  :: regicida
regicide {n} (one who kills a king)  :: regicida {m} {f}
regicide {n} (the killing of a king)  :: regicídio {m}
regidor {n} (alderman) SEE: alderman  ::
regime {n} (form of government)  :: regime {m}
regime {n} (mode of rule or management)  :: regime {m}
regime {n} (period of rule)  :: regime {m}
regime change {n} (overthrow of a government)  :: mudança de regime {f}
regiment {n} (army unit)  :: regimento {m}
region {n} (an administrative subdivision)  :: região {f}
region {n} (any considerable and connected part of a space or surface)  :: região {f}
region {n} (a place in or a part of the body in any way indicated)  :: região {f}
regional {adj} (pertaining to a specific region)  :: regional
register {n} (act of registering)  :: registro {m}
register {n} (book of such entries)  :: registro {m}
register {n} (cash register) SEE: cash register  ::
register {n} (computing: part of the central processing unit used to store and manipulate numbers)  :: registrador {m}
register {n} (device that automatically records a quantity)  :: registro {m}
register {n} (entry in such a book)  :: registro {m}
register {n} (formal recording)  :: registro {m}
register {v} (to enroll as a student)  :: inscrever
register {v} (to enter in a register)  :: registrar
register {v} (to place one's name, or have one's name placed in a register)  :: inscrever
register {v} (to record, especially in writing)  :: registrar
register office {n} (the local office in which births, marriages and deaths are registered, and in which civil marriages are conducted)  :: cartório
registration {n} (the location where guests register)  :: recepção {f}, receção {f}
regolith {n} (layer of loose rock that constitutes the surface of most land)  :: regolito {m}
regress {v} (to move backwards to an earlier stage)  :: regredir
regret {n} (instance of such an emotion)  :: pesar {m}
regret {v} (feel sorry about some past thing)  :: arrepender-se, lamentar
regular {adj} (grammar)  :: regular
regular {adj} (with constant frequency)  :: regular
regularity {n} (condition or quality of being regular)  :: regularidade {f}
regularization {n} (the act of regularizing)  :: regularização {f}
regularize {v} (to make regular)  :: regularizar
regulate {v} (adjust)  :: regular
regulate {v} (control) SEE: control  ::
regulation {n} (EU: self-effecting legislative act)  :: regulamento {m}
regulation {n} (law or administrative rule)  :: regulamento {m}
regulator {n} (device that controls or limits something)  :: regulador {m}
regulator {n} (person or group that sets standards of practice)  :: regularizador {m}
rehearsal {n} (practicing of performance to test or improve it)  :: ensaio {m}
rehearse {v} (practice by repetition or recitation)  :: ensaiar
reheat {v} (heat something after it has cooled off)  :: reaquecer, requentar
rehouse {v} (to rehouse)  :: realojar
reification {n} (Consideration of an abstract thing as if it were concrete, or of an inanimate object as if it were living)  :: reificação {f}
reify {v} (To regard something abstract as if it were a concrete material thing)  :: coisificar
reign {n} (The exercise of sovereign power)  :: reinado {m}, reinado {m}
reign {n} (The period during which a monarch rules)  :: reinado {m}
reign {v} (exercise sovereign power)  :: reinar
reimburse {v} (to compensate with pay or money; especially, to repay money spent on one's behalf)  :: reembolsar
reimbursement {n} (compensating someone for an expense.)  :: reembolso
rein {n} (strap or rope)  :: rédea {f}
rein {v} (to restrain, control, check) SEE: to restrain, control, check  ::
reincarnation {n} (fresh embodiment)  :: reincarnação {f}
reincarnation {n} (idea of such a rebirth)  :: reincarnação {f}
reincarnation {n} (new, often improved, version)  :: reincarnação {f}
reincarnation {n} (rebirth of a mental capacity in a physical life form)  :: reincarnação {f}
reindeer {n} (Rangifer tarandus)  :: rena {f}, rangífer {m}, rangífero {m}
reinforce {v} (to strengthen by addition)  :: reforçar
reinforced concrete {n} (building material)  :: concreto reforçado {m}
reinforcement {n} (thing that reinforces)  :: reforço
rein in {v} (stop or slow a horse)  :: frear
rein in {v} (stop or slow something)  :: frear
reinstall {v} (install again)  :: reinstalar
reinstallation {n} (the act or process of reinstalling)  :: reinstalação {f}
reinvent {v} (to invent again something that has already been invented)  :: reinventar
reinvigorate {v} (to give new energy or strength)  :: revigorar, reconfortar
reiterate {adj} (repeated)  :: reiterado
reiterate {v} (to say or do for a second time)  :: reiterar
reiteration {n} (act of reiterating)  :: reiteração {f}
reject {v} (refuse to accept)  :: rejeitar
rejection {n} (the act of rejecting)  :: rejeição {f}
rejoice {v} (be happy)  :: exultar, regozijar-se
rejoice {v} (make happy)  :: regozijar
rejuvenate {v} (render young again)  :: rejuvenescer
rejuvenation {n} (the process of rendering young again)  :: rejuvenescimento {m}
relapse {n} (the act or situation of relapsing)  :: recaída
relatability {n} (quality of being relatable)  :: relacionabildade {f}
relatable {adj} (possible to relate)  :: relacionável {m} {f}
relate {v} (to interact) SEE: interact  ::
relate {v} (to narrate) SEE: narrate  ::
related {adj} (standing in relation or connection)  :: relacionado
relation {n} (mathematics: set of ordered tuples, a Boolean function of two or more arguments)  :: relação {f}
relation {n} (member of one's family)  :: parente {m} {f}
relation {n} (way in which two things may be associated)  :: relação {f}
relational {adj} (relative) SEE: relative  ::
relationship {n} (connection or association)  :: relacionamento {m}, relação {f}
relationship {n} (kinship)  :: parentesco {m}
relationship {n} (romantic or sexual involvement)  :: relacionamento, relação {f}
relative {adj} (conditional; depending on something else)  :: relativo {m}
relative {n} (someone in the same family; someone connected by blood, marriage, or adoption)  :: parente {m}
relatively {adv} (proportionally)  :: relativamente {m}
relatively {adv} (somewhat) SEE: somewhat  ::
relative pronoun {n} (pronoun that introduces a relative clause)  :: pronome relativo {m}
relativism {n} (theory that truth and moral values are relative)  :: relativismo {m}
relativity {n} (physics principle)  :: relatividade {f}
relativity {n} (the state of being relative)  :: relatividade {f}
relax {v}  :: relaxar
relax {v} (to become less severe or tense)  :: relaxar
relax {v} (to become loose)  :: soltar, afrouxar
relax {v} (to make something less severe or tense)  :: relaxar
relax {v} (to make something loose)  :: soltar, afrouxar
relaxation {n} (act of relaxing or the state of being relaxed)  :: relaxamento
relay {n} (athletics discipline)  :: revezamento {m}
relay {n} (electrical actuator)  :: relé {m}
release {n} (product made recently available)  :: lançamento {m}
release {n} (software: distribution of a computer software product)  :: lançamento {m}, versão
release {v} (to discharge)  :: liberar
release {v} (to free or liberate)  :: soltar, liberar
release {v} (to let go (of))  :: soltar
release {v} (to make available to the public)  :: lançar
relevance {n} (property or state of being relevant, pertinency)  :: relevância {f}
relevancy {n} (relevance) SEE: relevance  ::
relevant {adj} (directly related, connected, or pertinent to a topic)  :: relevante, pertinente
reliability {n} (quality of being reliable)  :: confiabilidade {f}
reliable {adj} (fit to be relied on)  :: fiável
relic {n} (part of a body or an object of religious significance)  :: relíquia {m}
relic {n} (thing kept for sentimental reasons)  :: relíquia {m}
relief {n} (difference of elevations on a surface)  :: relevo {m}
relief {n} (humanitarian aid or assistance)  :: auxílio {m}, assistência humanitária {f}
relief {n} (removal of stress or discomfort)  :: alívio {m}
relief {n} (type of artwork)  :: relevo {m}
relief teacher {n} (supply teacher) SEE: supply teacher  ::
religion {n} (system of beliefs dealing with soul, deity and/or life after death)  :: religião {f}
religiosity {n} (quality of being religious)  :: religiosidade {f}
religious {adj} (committed to the practice of religion)  :: religioso
religious {adj} (concerning religion)  :: religioso
religiously {adv} (in the manner of religion)  :: religiosamente
religiousness {n} (being religious)  :: religiosidade {f}
relinquish {v}  :: renunciar a, abandonar, desistir
reliquary {n} (container for religious relics)  :: relicário {m}
relish {n} (pleasing taste)  :: gosto {m}
relish {v} (to taste or eat with pleasure; to like the flavor of)  :: saborear, sentir prazer em
reluctant {adj} (not wanting to take some action)  :: relutante
rely {v} (rest with confidence)  :: contar com
remain {n} (That which is left of a being after its life is gone) SEE: remains  ::
remain {n} (That which is left; relic; remainder)  :: resto {m}, resquício {m}
remain {v}  :: restar
remain {v} (to await; to be left to)  :: esperar
remain {v} (to continue unchanged)  :: permanecer, continuar
remain {v} (to stay behind while others withdraw)  :: ficar, permanecer, sobrar [of things], restar, remanescer
remainder {n} (mathematics: amount left over after repeatedly subtracting the divisor)  :: resto {m}
remainder {n} (mathematics: number left over after a simple subtraction)  :: resto {m}, diferença {f}
remainder {n}  :: resto {m}
remainder {n} (what remains after some has been removed)  :: resto {m}, sobra {f}, restante {m}
remark {n}  :: observação {f}
remark {v} (to make a remark or remarks; to comment)  :: observar, fazer (uma) observação
remarkable {adj} (worthy of being remarked)  :: notável, eminente
remedy {n} (medicine, application, or treatment)  :: remédio {m}
remedy {n} (something that corrects or counteracts)  :: remédio {m}, correção {f}
remedy {v} (To provide or serve as a remedy for)  :: remediar
remember {v} (to memorize)  :: decorar, memorizar
remember {v} (to recall from one's memory)  :: lembrar-se, recordar-se
remind {v} (Cause one to experience a memory; bring to a person's notice)  :: recordar
remit {v} (to postpone) SEE: postpone  ::
remix {n} (piece of music formed by combining existing pieces of music together)  :: remix {m}
remix {n} (rearrangement of an older piece of music)  :: remixagem {m}
remorse {n} (feeling of regret or sadness for doing wrong or sinning)  :: remorsos {m-p}, remordimento {m}
remote {adj} (at a distance)  :: remoto, longínquo {m}, distante
remote {adj} (distant or otherwise unaccessible)  :: isolado, inacessível
remote {n} (remote control)  :: controle, controlo remoto
remote control {n} (device used to operate an appliance or mechanical toy from a short distance away)  :: controle remoto {m}
remote viewing {n} (paranormal ability to gather information from great distances)  :: visão remota
removal {n} (The process of moving, or the fact of being removed)  :: remoção {f}
remove {v} (to take away)  :: remover
remuneration {n} (a payment for work done; wages, salary, emolument)  :: remuneração {f}
remuneration {n} (a recompense for a loss; compensation)  :: compensação {f}
remuneration {n} (something given in exchange for goods or services rendered)  :: remuneração {f}
ren {n} (a kidney) SEE: kidney  ::
renaissance {n} (Renaissance) SEE: Renaissance  ::
Renaissance {adj} (relating to the Renaissance)  :: renascentista
Renaissance {adj} (relating to the style of the Renaissance)  :: renascentista
Renaissance {prop} (14th century revival)  :: Renascença {f}
Renaissance {prop} (any similar revival)  :: renascença {f}
Renaissance {prop} (the period)  :: Renascença {f}
rename {v} (to give a new name to)  :: renomear
Renata {prop} (female given name)  :: Renata
rend {v} (to separate into parts with force)  :: rasgar
render {v} (To capture and turn over to another country secretly)  :: interpretar
render {v} (To interpret)  :: interpretar
render {v} (To transform digital information in the form received from a repository into a display on a computer screen, or for other presentation to the user)  :: renderizar
rendezvous {n} (agreement to meet; a location or time agreed upon to meet)  :: rendez-vous {m}
rendezvous {n} (meeting or date)  :: encontro {m}
Renée {prop} (female given name) SEE: Renata  ::
renegade {n} (disloyal person who betrays or deserts his cause or religion etc)  :: renegado {m}, apóstata {m} {f}
renegade {n} (outlaw or rebel)  :: renegado {m}, rebelde {m} {f}
renewable {adj} (Able to be renewed)  :: renovável
renewable {adj} (Sustainable)  :: renovável
rennet {n} (An enzyme)  :: coalho {m}
rennet stomach {n} (abomasum) SEE: abomasum  ::
renovation {n} (act or process of renovating)  :: renovação {f}
renown {n} (Fame or wide recognition)  :: renome {m}
renowned {adj} (famous)  :: de renome, renomado
rent {n} (payment made by a tenant)  :: renda {f}, aluguel {m}
rent {n} (payment made for the use of equipment or a service)  :: renda {f}, aluguel {m}
rent {v} (to grant occupation in return for rent)  :: alugar
rent {v} (to occupy premises in exchange for rent)  :: alugar
rent boy {n} (young male prostitute)  :: acompanhante de luxo {m} {f}, michê {m}
reoffender {n} (repeat offender) SEE: repeat offender  ::
repair {n}  :: conserto {m}
repair {n} (result of repairing something)  :: reparo {m}
repair {v} (to restore to good working order)  :: reparar
repairer {n} (person who repairs)  :: reparador {m}
reparability {n} (repairability) SEE: repairability  ::
repay {v} (to pay back)  :: quitar
repeat {v} (do or say again)  :: repetir
repeatedly {adv} (done several times)  :: repetidamente
repechage {n} (heat for competitors who have lost in a previous round)  :: repescagem
repel {v} (physics: to force away)  :: repelir
repellent {adj} (repulsive, inspiring aversion)  :: repugnante
repent {v} (to feel pain on account of; to remember with sorrow)  :: arrepender
repent {v} (to feel sorrow or regret for what one has done or omitted to do)  :: arrepender-se
repentance {n} (condition of being penitent)  :: arrependimento {m}
repertoire {n} (list of dramas, operas, pieces, parts, etc., which a company or a person has rehearsed)  :: repertório {m}
repertoire {n} (set of skills possessed by a person; collection of items)  :: repertório {m}
repetition {n} (act or an instance of repeating or being repeated)  :: repetição {f}
repetitive strain injury {n} (injury to muscles and tendons caused by repetitive use)  :: [acronym "LER"] lesão por esforço repetitivo {f}
repine {v} (to regret)  :: lamentar-se, reclamar
replace {v} (to substitute)  :: substituir
replacement {n} (act of replacing)  :: substituição {f}, reposição {f}
replacement {n} (a person or thing that takes the place of another; a substitute)  :: substituto {m}
replete {adj} (abounding)  :: repleto {m}, repleta {f}
replete {adj} (filled to bursting)  :: cheio {m}, cheia {f}
replevin {v} (replevy) SEE: replevy  ::
replica {n} (an exact copy)  :: réplica {f}, cópia exata {f}
reply {n}  :: resposta {f}
reply {n} (something given in reply)  :: resposta {f}
reply {n} (written or spoken response)  :: resposta {f}
reply {v}  :: responder
reply {v} (to act or gesture in response)  :: responder
reply {v} (to give a written or spoken response)  :: responder
reply {v} (to repeat something back)  :: repetir
repolish {v} (to polish again)  :: repolir
report {n} (information describing events)  :: relatório {m}, relato {m}
report {v} (military: to appear or present oneself)  :: apresentar-se
report {v} (to notify formally)  :: notificar
report {v} (to relate details of)  :: relatar
reportage {n} (reporting of news, especially by an eyewitness)  :: reportagem {f}
report card {n} (grades)  :: boletim {m}
reporter {n} (journalist)  :: repórter, jornalista
repose {n} (period between eruptions of a volcano)  :: repouso {m}
repose {n} (quietness)  :: repouso {m}
repose {n} (rest)  :: repouso {m}
repository {n} (a location for storage, often for safety or preservation)  :: repositório {m}
represent {v} (to portray by pictorial or plastic art)  :: representar
represent {v} (to serve as a sign or symbol of)  :: representar
represent {v} (to stand in the place of)  :: representar
representation {n}  :: representação
representative {adj} (typical)  :: representativo
representative {n} (one who speaks for another)  :: representante {m} {f}
repress {v} (forcefully prevent an upheaval from developing)  :: reprimir
repressible {adj} (capable of being repressed)  :: reprimível
reprimand {v} (to reprove in a formal or official way)  :: reprimir, repreender
reprise {n} (repetition) SEE: repetition  ::
reproach {n} (disgrace or shame)  :: vergonha {f}
reproach {n} (mild rebuke, or an implied criticism)  :: reprimenda {f}, reproche {m}, admoestação {f}
reproach {v} (to criticize or rebuke someone)  :: reprochar
reproduction {n} (a duplicate)  :: reprodução {f}
reproduction {n} (the act of reproducing new individuals biologically)  :: reprodução {f}
reproductive {adj} (of or relating to reproduction)  :: reprodutivo, reprodutor
reproductive system {n} (reproductive system)  :: sistema reprodutor {m}
reptile {n} (a cold-blooded vertebrate)  :: réptil {m}
republic {n} (a type of state)  :: república {f}
republic {n} (one of the kinds of parts constituting Russia)  :: república {f}
Republican {adj} (republican) SEE: republican  ::
Republic of Albania {prop} (Official name of Albania)  :: República da Albânia {f}
Republic of Armenia {prop} (official name of Armenia)  :: República da Arménia {f}, República da Armênia {f}
Republic of China {prop} (state in East Asia)  :: República da China {f}, Taiwan {f}
Republic of Finland {prop} (official full name of Finland)  :: República da Finlândia {f}
Republic of India {prop} (official name of India)  :: República da Índia {f}
Republic of Ireland {prop} (country)  :: República da Irlanda
Republic of Korea {prop} (country)  :: República da Coreia {f}
Republic of Latvia {prop} (Official name of Latvia)  :: República da Letônia {f}
Republic of Lithuania {prop} (Official name of Lithuania)  :: República da Lituânia {f}
Republic of Macedonia {prop} (Republic of Macedonia)  :: República da Macedónia {f} [Portugal], República da Macedônia {f} [Brazil]
Republic of South Africa {prop} (official name of South Africa)  :: República da África do Sul {f}
Republic of the Congo {prop} (country)  :: República do Congo {f}
Republic of Turkey {prop} (official name of the country of Turkey)  :: República da Turquia
Republika Srpska {prop} (Entity within Bosnia and Herzegovina)  :: República Sérvia {f}, República Sérvia da Bósnia {f}, República Srpska {f}, Republika Srpska {f}
repugnant {adj} (offensive or repulsive; arousing disgust or aversion)  :: repugnante
repurpose {v} (alter)  :: adaptar
reputation {n} (what somebody is known for)  :: reputação {f}, fama {f}
request {n} (act of requesting)  :: pedido {m}, requisição {f}, requerimento {m}
request {n} (formal message requesting something)  :: requisição {f}
request {v} (to ask somebody to do something)  :: pedir, solicitar
request {v} (to express the need or desire for)  :: requerer
requiem {n} (mass to honor and remember a dead person)  :: réquiem {m}
require {v} (ask) SEE: ask  ::
require {v} (to demand, call for authoritatively)  :: exigir
requirement {n} (necessity)  :: exigência {f}, requisito {m}
requirement {n} (something asked)  :: pedido
requite {v} (to repay, recompense, reward)  :: corresponder
reread {v} (to read again)  :: reler
resale {n} (the action of selling something previously bought)  :: revenda {f}
rescind {v} (repeal, annul, or declare void)  :: rescindir
rescue {n} (act of rescuing, saving)  :: resgate {m}
rescue {n} (liberation) SEE: liberation  ::
rescue {n} (rescuee) SEE: rescuee  ::
rescue {v}  :: salvar
rescue {v} (to save from any danger or violence)  :: resgatar
research {n} (inquiry or examination)  :: pesquisa {f}, investigação {f}
research {n} (piece of research)  :: pesquisa {f}
research {v}  :: buscar, explorar, investigar
researcher {n} (one who researches)  :: pesquisador {m}
resemblance {n} (state of resembling)  :: semelhança {f}
resemble {v} (compare) SEE: compare  ::
resemble {v} (to be like or similar to something else)  :: assemelhar-se a
resent {v} (to express or exhibit displeasure or indignation at (words or acts))  :: ressentir
resentment {n} (anger or displeasure felt out of belief that others have engaged in wrongdoing or mistreatment; indignation.)  :: ressentimento {m}
reservation {n} (tract of land)  :: reserva {f}
reserve {n} (finance: funds kept on hand)  :: reserva {f}
reserve {n} (known unexploited natural resource)  :: reserva {f}
reserve {n} (military: body of troops in the rear of an army)  :: reserva {f}
reserve {n}  :: reserva {f}
reserve {n} (sports: reserve player)  :: reserva {m} {f}
reserve {n} (that which is reserved, or kept back, as for future use)  :: reserva {f}
reserve {n} (the act of reserving, or keeping back; reservation)  :: reserva {f}
reserve {n} (tract of land reserved for Aboriginal people)  :: reserva {f}
reserve {n} (tract of land reserved, or set apart, for a particular purpose)  :: reserva {f}
reserve {v}  :: reservar
reserve {v} (to book in advance)  :: reservar
reserve {v} (to keep back; to retain)  :: reservar
reserve {v} (to keep in store for future or special use)  :: reservar
reserve bank {n} (reserve bank as a central bank) SEE: central bank  ::
reservoir {n} (place where anything is kept in store)  :: reservatório {m}
reset {v} (to set back to the initial state)  :: reiniciar
reside {v} (to dwell permanently or for a considerable time)  :: residir
residence {n} (place where one lives)  :: residência {f}
resident {n} (graduate medical student receiving medical training)  :: residente {m} {f}
resident {n} (persons living at a location or an area)  :: morador {m}, residente {m} {f}, habitante {m} {f}, íncola {m} {f}
resign {v} (quit a job or position)  :: demitir-se, desligar-se, renunciar
resign {v} (to give up)  :: resignar
resignation {n} (act of resigning)  :: demissão {f}
resignation {n} (state of uncomplaining frustration)  :: resignação {f}
resilience {n} (the mental ability to recover quickly from depression, illness or misfortune)  :: [literally] resiliência {f}
resilience {n} (the physical property of material that can resume its shape after being stretched or deformed; elasticity)  :: [literally] resiliência {f}
resilient {adj} (able to weather tribulation without cracking)  :: resiliente, elástico
resin {n} (secretion of plants)  :: resina {f}
resin {n} (similar synthetic compound)  :: resina {f}
resin {n} (viscous liquid of plant origin)  :: resina {f}
resinaceous {adj} (resinous) SEE: resinous  ::
resistance {n} (act of resisting)  :: resistência {f}
resistance {n}  :: resistência {f}
resistible {adj} (able to be resisted)  :: resistível
resistor {n} (an electric component that transmits current in direct proportion to the voltage across it)  :: resistor {m}
resistor {n} (one who resists, especially a person who fights against an occupying army)  :: resistente {m} {f}
resolve {v} (find a solution to)  :: resolver
resolve {v} (make a firm decision)  :: resolver
resort {n} (a relaxing environment to people on vacation)  :: resort {m}
resort {n} (something or someone turned to for safety)  :: refúgio {m}
resort {v} (to have recourse out of necessity or frustration)  :: recorrer
resort {v} (to repeat a sorting process)  :: reordenar
resource {n}  :: recurso {m}
resource {n} (something that one uses to achieve an objective)  :: recurso {m}
resourceful {adj} (capable or clever; able to put available resources to efficient or ingenious use)  :: inventivo, engenhoso, habilidoso, capaz
respect {n} (admiration for a person or entity because of perceived merit)  :: respeito {m}
respect {n} (particular aspect of something)  :: respeito {m}
respect {n} (polite greetings)  :: respeito {m}, reverência {f}
respect {v} (to have respect for)  :: respeitar
respectability {n} (quality of being respectable)  :: respeitabilidade {f}
respected {adj} (describing one considered to be deserving of respect)  :: respeitado
respectful {adj} (characterized by respect)  :: respeitoso
respectively {adv} (in a relative manner)  :: respectivamente
respiration {n} (breathing)  :: respiração {f}
respiratory {adj} (relating to respiration; breathing)  :: respiratório
respond {v} (to say something in return)  :: responder
response {n} (an answer or reply)  :: resposta {f}
response {n} (the act of responding or replying)  :: resposta {f}
response time {n} (Time between request and computer service response)  :: tempo de resposta {m}
responsibility {n} (a duty, obligation or liability for which someone is responsible)  :: responsabilidade {f}
responsibility {n} (the state of being responsible)  :: responsabilidade {f}
responsible {adj} (able to answer reasonably for one's conduct)  :: responsável
responsible {adj} (able to be trusted)  :: responsável
responsible {adj} (answerable for an act performed or for its consequences)  :: responsável
responsible {adj} (being a primary cause or agent of some event or action)  :: responsável
responsible {adj} (involving a degree of personal accountability)  :: responsável
responsive {adj} (able to receive and respond to external stimuli)  :: sensível
ressentiment {n} (obsolete: resentment) SEE: resentment  ::
rest {n} (object designed to be used to support something else)  :: apoio {m}
rest {n} (pause of a specified length in a piece of music)  :: pausa {f}
rest {n} (peace, freedom from trouble, tranquility)  :: paz {f}, tranquilidade {f}
rest {n} (physics: absence of motion)  :: repouso
rest {n} (relief afforded by sleeping; sleep)  :: repouso {m}
rest {n} (relief from exertion; state of quiet and recreation)  :: descanso {m}, repouso {m}
rest {n} (remainder)  :: resto {m}, sobra {f}
rest {n} (repose afforded by death)  :: descanso {m}, descanso eterno {m}
rest {v} (intransitive: lie or lean or be supported)  :: repousar, deitar
rest {v} (intransitive: take repose)  :: descansar
rest {v} (to remain) SEE: remain  ::
restart {v} (To start again)  :: recomeçar
restate {v} (rephrase) SEE: rephrase  ::
restaurant {n} (an eating establishment in which diners are served food at their tables)  :: restaurante {m}
rest in peace {v} (blessing or expression of hope)  :: descansar em paz
restlessness {n} (state or condition of being restless)  :: inquietação {f}, inquietude {f}
rest mass {n} (mass of a body when it is not moving)  :: massa invariante {f}
rest on one's laurels {v} (to rely on a past success instead of trying to improve oneself further)  :: dormir sobre os louros
restore {v} (To bring back to a previous condition or state)  :: restaurar
restore {v} (To reestablish, or bring back into existence)  :: restaurar
restrain {v} (to control or keep in check)  :: conter, coibir, deter
restrain {v} (to deprive of liberty)  :: encarcerar, reprimir
restrain {v} (to restrict or limit)  :: restringir, conter
restraint {n} (something that restrains, ties, fastens or secures)  :: amarra {f}
restrict {v} (to restrain within bounds)  :: restringir
restrictive {adj} (confining; limiting)  :: restritivo
restroom {n} (public room containing a toilet)  :: banheiro
restructuration {n} (restructuring) SEE: restructuring  ::
result {n}  :: resultado {m}
result {n} (that which results)  :: resultado {m}
resulting {adj} (of something that follows as the result of something else)  :: resultante
resume {v} (start something again that has been stopped or paused)  :: retomar, continuar
resurrection {n} (Christianity: the Resurrection)  :: ressurreição {f}
resurrection {n} (the act of arising from the dead)  :: ressurreição {f}
retail {n} (sale of goods directly to the consumer)  :: varejo {m}, retalho
retail {v} (to sell at retail, or in small quantities directly to customers)  :: vender a varejo
retailer {n} (retail sales company or salesman)  :: varejista
retain {v} (to keep in possession or use)  :: reter
retainer {n} (a device that holds teeth in position after orthodontic treatment)  :: aparelho {m}
retaliation {n} (act of responding violently to an act of harm or perceived injustice)  :: retaliação {f}, represália
retardment {n} (retardation) SEE: retardation  ::
retina {n} (thin layer of cells at the back of the eyeball)  :: retina {f}
retinue {n} (group of servants)  :: séquito {m}
retire {v}  :: v. ir dormir
retire {v} (to retreat from action or danger)  :: retirar-se
retire {v} (to withdraw from a public station, from working, or from business)  :: aposentar-se
retire {v} (yo go back or return)  :: retirar-se
retirement {n} (act of retiring, or the state of being retired)  :: retiramento {m}, retirada {f}, isolamento {m}, aposentamento {m}
retirement {n} (place of seclusion or privacy)  :: retiro {m}
retirement {n} (portion of one's life after retiring)  :: aposentadoria {f}
retirement home {n} (multi-residence housing facility intended for the elderly)  :: casa de retiro {f}
retort {n} (sharp or witty reply)  :: réplica {f}
retouch {n} (act of retouching)  :: retoque {m}
retouch {v} (to improve something, especially a photograph)  :: retocar
retreat {v} (To withdraw military forces)  :: retirar-se
retrieve {n} (retrieval) SEE: retrieval  ::
retrieve {v}  :: recuperar
retrieve {v} (to regain or get back something)  :: recuperar
retrieve {v} (to remedy or rectify something)  :: recuperar, remediar
retrieve {v} (to rescue)  :: recuperar, resgatar
retrieve {v} (to salvage something)  :: recuperar
retro {adj} (of, or relating to the past, past times, or the way things were)  :: retrô {m-f}
retronym {n} (A new coinage for an old concept)  :: [Europe] retrónimo {m}, [Brazil] retrônimo {m}
retrospective {adj} (of, relating to, or contemplating the past)  :: retrospectivo
return {n} (act of returning)  :: retorno {m}, volta {f}, regresso
return {n} (answer) SEE: answer  ::
return {v}  :: [1,2] devolver, [1,2] restituir, [3] retornar, [3,4] voltar
return {v} (computing: to pass back (data) to the calling procedure)  :: retornar
return {v} (to come or go back)  :: voltar, retornar, regressar
return {v} (to give something back to its original holder or owner)  :: devolver
return {v} (to go back in thought, narration, or argument)  :: voltar
return {v} (to take something back to a retailer for a refund)  :: devolver
return ticket {n} (a ticket granting permission to travel to a place and back again)  :: passagem de volta
retweet {n} (message reposted or forwarded)  :: retuíte {m}
retweet {v} (repost or forward a Twitter message)  :: retwittar, retuitar
retype {v} (to re-enter text using a keyboard)  :: redigitar, digitar novamente, corrigir
Reuben {prop} (male given name)  :: Rubens
reunification {n} (the unification of something that was previously divided; used especially of a country)  :: reunificação {f}
reunion {n} (a planned event at which members of a dispersed group meet together)  :: reunião {f}
reunion {n} (reunification) SEE: reunification  ::
reunion {n} (the process or act of reuniting)  :: reunificação {f}
Reuven {prop} (given name) SEE: Reuben  ::
revanchism {n} (political policy of endeavouring to regain lost territory)  :: revanchismo {m}
revanchist {n} (avenger) SEE: avenger  ::
reveal {v} (to uncover)  :: revelar
revel {v} (make merry)  :: esbaldar-se
revelation {n} (the act of revealing or disclosing)  :: revelação {f}
Revelation {prop} (book of Bible)  :: Apocalipse
revenge {n} (retaliatory action)  :: vingança {f}
revenue {n} (income from an investment)  :: retorno {m}
revenue {n} (net revenue) SEE: net revenue  ::
revenue {n} (total income from a given source)  :: renda {f}
revenue {n} (turnover, total sales)  :: receita {f}
reverence {n} (An act of showing respect, such as a bow)  :: reverência {f}
reverence {n} (Veneration; profound awe and respect, normally in a sacred context)  :: deferência {f}, reverência
Reverend {n} (an honorary title added to the names of Christian clergy)  :: Reverendo {m}
reverie {n} (state of dreaming while awake)  :: viagem {f}
reverse {n} (gear)  :: marcha ré {f}, {f}
reverse {n} (side of something facing away; opposite of front)  :: verso {m}
reverse {v} (to turn something around)  :: inverter, reverter
reverse {v} (to turn something inside out)  :: inverter
reverse dowry {n} (bride price) SEE: bride price  ::
review {n} (account intended as a critical evaluation of a text or a piece of work)  :: crítica {f}
review {n} (judicial reassessment of a case or an event)  :: revisão {f}
review {n} (military inspection or display for the benefit of superiors or VIPs)  :: revista {f}
review {n} (second or subsequent reading of a text or artifact)  :: revisão {f}
review {v} (to look broadly over)  :: revisar
revise {v} (to look at again, to reflect on)  :: refletir
revise {v} (to look over again)  :: revisar
revise {v} (to review, alter and amend, especially of written material)  :: revisar
revisor {n} (person who verifies quality of translation)  :: revisor {m}
revival {n} (renewed interest in religion)  :: avivamento {m}
revoke {v} (to cancel or invalidate by withdrawing or reversing)  :: revogar, anular, cassar
revolt {v} (to rebel)  :: revoltar
revolution {n} (political upheaval)  :: revolução {f}
revolution {n} (removal and replacement of a government)  :: revolução {f}
revolution {n}  :: revolução {f}, rotação {f}
revolution {n} (sudden, vast change in a situation or discipline)  :: revolução {f}
revolution {n} (traversal of one body through an orbit around another body)  :: rotação {f}
revolution {n} (turning of an object around an axis)  :: revolução {f}, rotação {f}, giro {m}
revolutionary {adj} (of or pertaining to a revolutionary, revolutionist)  :: revolucionário
revolutionary {adj} (of or pertaining to a revolution in government)  :: revolucionário
revolutionary {adj} (something that signifies great change)  :: revolucionário
revolutionary {n} (A revolutionist; a person who revolts)  :: revolucionário {m}
revolver {n} (a handgun with revolving chambers)  :: revólver {m}
revolving door {n} (rotating door)  :: porta giratória {f}
revue {n} (form of theatrical; any entertainment featuring skits, dances, and songs)  :: revista {f}
revulsion {n} (abhorrence, a sense of loathing, intense aversion, repugnance, repulsion, horror)  :: revulsão {f}
revulsion {n} (A sudden violent feeling of disgust)  :: revulsão {f}
revulsion {n} (The treatment of one diseased area by acting elsewhere; counterirritation)  :: revulsão {f}
reward {n} (prize promised for a certain deed or catch)  :: recompensa {f}
reward {n} (something of value given in return for an act)  :: recompensa {f}
reward {v} (give a reward to)  :: recompensar
reward {v} (recompense) SEE: recompense  ::
rewatch {v} (to watch again)  :: reassistir
rewind {v} (to wind again)  :: rebobinar
rewind {v} (wind back) SEE: wind back  ::
reword {v} (rephrase) SEE: rephrase  ::
rewrite {v}  :: reescrever
rewrite {v} (to write again, differently)  :: reescrever
Reykjavik {prop} (Capital of Iceland)  :: Reykjavik {f}
Reykjavík {prop} (Capital of Iceland) SEE: Reykjavik  ::
rhea {n} (flightless bird)  :: nandu {m}, nhandu {m}
Rhea {prop} (goddess)  :: Reia {f}
Rhea {prop} (moon)  :: Reia
Rhenish {adj} (Pertaining to the river Rhine)  :: renano
Rhenish {n} (dialect)  :: renano {m}
rhenium {n} (chemical element)  :: rénio {m}
rhesus {n} (Macaca mulatta) SEE: rhesus macaque  ::
rhesus macaque {n} (Macaca mulatta)  :: reso {m}, macaco-rhesus {m}
rhetoric {n} (art of using language for persuasion)  :: retórica {f}
rhetorical question {n} (question)  :: pergunta retórica {f}
rheum {n} (discharge)  :: remela {f}
rheumatic fever {n} (inflammation of joints and heart)  :: febre reumática {f}
rheumatics {n} (rheumatism) SEE: rheumatism  ::
rheumatoid {adj} (presenting analogies with rheumatism)  :: reumatoide
Rhine {prop} (river that flows through Europe)  :: Reno {m}
Rhineland {prop} (land on both sides of the river Rhine)  :: Renânia
Rhinelander {n} (someone from Rhineland)  :: renano {m}
rhinoceros {n} (herbivorous pachyderm with horn(s))  :: rinoceronte {m}
rhizome {n} (a horizontal underground stem of some plants)  :: rizoma {m}
rhizotonic {adj} (stem-stressed)  :: rizotónico [Portugal], rizotônico [Brazil]
Rhône {prop} (Rhone) SEE: Rhone  ::
rho {n} (letter of Greek alphabet)  :: {m}
Rhode {prop} (the oldest Oceanid)  :: Rode {f}
rhodium {n} (chemical element)  :: ródio {m}
rhododendron {n} (flowering shrub in the genus Rhododendron)  :: rododendro {m}, azaleia {f}
Rhodope {prop} (Rhodopes) SEE: Rhodopes  ::
rhombencephalon {n} (hindbrain) SEE: hindbrain  ::
rhombicosidodecahedron {n} (Archimedean solid)  :: rombicosidodecaedro
rhombus {n} (A parallelogram having all sides of equal length)  :: losango {m}
rhubarb {n} (any plant of the genus Rheum)  :: ruibarbo {m}
rhumb {n} (A line which crosses successive meridians at a constant angle) SEE: rhumb line  ::
rhyme {n} (rhyming; sameness of sound of some parts of words, as ‘the poem exhibits rhyme’)  :: rima {f}
rhyme {n} (rime) SEE: rime  ::
rhyme {n} (verse, poetry)  :: poesia {f}
rhyme {n} (word that rhymes with another)  :: rima {f}
rhyme {v} (put words together)  :: rimar
rhyme {v} (reciprocal)  :: rimar
rhyme {v}  :: rima
rhyme {v} (transitive, to rhyme with)  :: rimar
rhythm {n} (flow, repetition or regularity)  :: ritmo {m}
rhythm {n} (rhythm section) SEE: rhythm section  ::
rhythm {n} (tempo or speed of a beat, song, or repeated event)  :: ritmo {m}
rhythm {n} (variation of strong and weak elements of sounds over time)  :: ritmo {m}
rhythmed {adj} (having a (specified kind of) rhythm)  :: ritmado
rhythm section {n} (section of a band maintaining the rhythm)  :: seção rítmica {f}
rial {n} (currency in Middle East)  :: rial {m}
rib {n} (curved bone)  :: costela {f}
ribald {adj} (coarse, lewd, vulgar)  :: ribaldo
ribald {n} (individual who is filthy or vulgar)  :: ribaldo {m}
ribbit {interj} (the sound made by a frog or toad)  :: croac
ribbit {v} (make the sound of a frog or toad)  :: coaxar
ribbon {n} (inked ribbon)  :: fita {f}
ribbon {n} (long, narrow strip of material)  :: fita {f}
rib cage {n} (part of skeleton)  :: caixa torácica {f}
ribosomal {adj} (of or relating to ribosomes)  :: ribossômico, ribossomal
ribosome {n} (organelle)  :: ribossomo, ribossoma
rice {n} (plants)  :: arroz {m}
rice {n} (seeds used as food)  :: arroz {m}
rice paddy {n} (field immersed in water dedicated for the cultivation of rice)  :: arrozal {m}
rice pudding {n} (milk pudding made from rice, milk, sugar and nutmeg)  :: arroz-de-leite {m}, arroz-doce {m}
rice vinegar {n} (a type of vinegar)  :: vinagre de arroz {m}
rich {adj} (having wealth)  :: rico, rica {f}
Richard {prop} (male given name)  :: Ricardo {m}
richness {n} (state or quality of being rich)  :: riqueza {f}
Richter scale {prop} (logarithmic scale)  :: escala Richter {f}
rickets {n} (disorder of infancy)  :: raquitismo {m}
ricksha {n} (rickshaw) SEE: rickshaw  ::
rickshaw {n} (two-wheeled carriage)  :: jinriquixá, riquixá
riddle {n} (puzzle)  :: enigma {m}, charada {f}, adivinhas
riddle {n} (sieve)  :: peneira {f}
ride {n} (amusement)  :: atração {m}
ride {n} (instance of riding)  :: volta {f}, andada {f}, passeio {m}
ride {n} (lift)  :: carona {m} [Brazil], boleia {f} [Portugal]
ride {n} (vehicle)  :: carango {m}, possante {m} [Brazil]
ride {v} (to be transported in a vehicle as a passenger)  :: andar de, pegar
ride {v} (to transport oneself by sitting on and directing a horse, bicycle etc.)  :: andar de, cavalgar [to ride a horse]
ride {v} (to transport someone in a vehicle)  :: levar
ride height {n} (ground clearance) SEE: ground clearance  ::
rider {n} (cyclist) SEE: cyclist  ::
rider {n} (driver) SEE: driver  ::
rider {n} (one who rides)  :: cavaleiro {m}
ride the pine {v} (To sit on the bench, to not be used in a game)  :: amargar banco, esquentar banco, tomar chá de banco
ridge {n} (chain of hills)  :: serro {m}, serra {f}
ridge {n} (chain of mountains)  :: espinhaço {m}, serro {m}, serra {f}, cordilheira {f}
ridge {n} (elevation on ocean bottom)  :: dorsal oceânica
ridge {n} (highest point on a roof)  :: cumeeira {f}
ridge {n} (line of intersection)  :: aresta {f}
ridgepole {n} (beam supporting rafters)  :: viga
ridiculous {adj} (foolish)  :: ridículo
Rif {prop} (region in northern Morocco)  :: Rife {m}
riffraff {n} (the rabble)  :: ralé {f}
rifle {n} (firearm with a rifled barrel)  :: fuzil {m}, espingarda {f}, rifle {m}, refle {m}
rift {n} (shallow place in a stream) SEE: ford  ::
Riga {prop} (capital of Latvia)  :: Riga {f}
rigging {n} (system of ropes, chains, and tackle)  :: cordame {m}
right {adj} (all right, not requiring assistance) SEE: all right  ::
right {adj} (appropriate, fit for purpose)  :: correto
right {adj} ( complying with justice, correct)  :: correto, justo, certo
right {adj} (conservative)  :: de direita
right {adj} (of direction)  :: direito {m}, direita {f}
right {adj} (perpendicular)  :: perpendicular, reto
right {adj} (straight, not bent)  :: direto, reto
right {adv} (on the right side)  :: à direita
right {adv} (towards the right side)  :: à direita
right {interj} (checking agreement)  ::
right {n} (legal or moral entitlement)  :: direito {m}
right {n} (right, not left, side)  :: direita {f}
right {n} (right-wing politicians and parties)  :: direita {f}
right {v} ((intransitive) to return to normal upright position)  :: endireitar-se
right {v} (to correct)  :: corrigir
right angle {n} (angle of 90 degrees)  :: ângulo reto {m}
right-angled triangle {n} (right-angled triangle) SEE: right triangle  ::
right coset {n}  :: classe lateral à direita
righteousness {n} (quality or state of being righteous)  :: retidão, moralidade {f}
righteousness {n} (righteous act, or righteous quality)  :: moralidade {f}
right-handed {adj} (Of one who uses their right hand in preference to, or more skillfully than their left.)  :: destro {m}
right-hander {n} (one who is right-handed)  :: destro {m}
right-hand rule {n} (common mnemonic for understanding notation conventions for vectors in three dimensions)  :: regra da mão direita {f}
right now {adv} (at this precise moment)  :: agora mesmo
right now {adv} (immediately) SEE: immediately  ::
right of way {n} (legal right of passage)  :: serventia {f}
right of way {n} (right to proceed first in traffic)  :: preferência {f}, prioridade {f}
right triangle {n} (a triangle having a right angle as one of its interior angles)  :: triângulo reto {m}, triângulo retângulo {m}
right whale {n} (baleen whales belonging to the family Balaenidae)  :: baleia-franca {f}
right-wing {adj} (resisting political change)  :: de direita {m} {f}
righty {n} (a right-handed person)  :: destro {m}
rigid {adj} (fixed)  :: rígido
rigid {adj} (rigorous, unbending)  :: rígido
rigid {adj} (stiff)  :: rígido
rigid {adj} (uncompromising)  :: rígido
rigidity {n} (The quality or state of being rigid)  :: rigidez {f}
rigidly {adv} (in a rigid manner)  :: rigidamente
rigidness {n} (rigidity) SEE: rigidity  ::
rigorous {adj} (Manifesting, exercising, or favoring rigor; allowing no abatement or mitigation; scrupulously accurate)  :: rigoroso
rigorous {adj} (Severe; intense; inclement; as, a rigorous winter)  :: rigoroso
rigour {n} (higher level of difficulty)  :: rigor {m}
rile {v} (to incite)  :: incitar
rim {n} (edge around something)  :: borda {f}
rime {n} (hoarfrost)  :: geada {f}, escarcha {f}
rind {n} (hard outer layer of fruit, cheese)  :: casca {f} [of fruit]
rinderpest {n} (disease)  :: peste bovina {f}
ring {n} (algebra: an algebraic structure)  :: anel {m}, conjunto {m}
ring {n} (astronomy: a formation of various pieces of material orbiting around a planet)  :: anel {m}
ring {n} (bird band)  :: anilha {f}
ring {n} (burner) SEE: burner  ::
ring {n} (circumscribing object)  :: anel {m}
ring {n} (geometry: a planar geometrical figure)  :: anel {m}
ring {n} (group of people)  :: círculo {m}
ring {n} (piece of food in the shape of a ring)  :: rodela {f}
ring {n} (place where some sports take place)  :: ringue {m}
ring {n} (round piece of (precious) metal worn around the finger)  :: anel {m}
ring {n} (telephone call)  :: toque {m}
ring {n} (typography: diacritical mark in the shape of a hollow circle) SEE: kroužek  ::
ring {v} (of something spoken or written, to appear to be, to seem, to sound)  :: soar
ring {v} (to make, produce sound)  :: tocar
ring {v} (to produce the sound of a bell or a similar sound)  :: tocar, soar
ring {v} (to telephone someone)  :: chamar, telefonar, ligar
ring a bell {v} (to seem vaguely familiar)  :: lembrar
ring finger {n} (finger between the middle finger and little finger)  :: dedo anular {m}, anular {m}
ring-necked pheasant {n} (Phasianus colchicus) SEE: common pheasant  ::
ringtone {n} (sound made by a telephone when ringing)  :: ringtone {m}, toque {m}
ringworm {n} (contagious fungal affliction of the skin)  :: tinha {f}, porrigem {f}
rinse {v} (to remove soap from something using water)  :: enxaguar
rinse {v} (to wash something quickly using water and no soap)  :: enxaguar
Rio de Janeiro {prop} (city)  :: Rio de Janeiro {m}
riot {n}  :: tumulto {m}
riot {n} (tumultuous disturbance of public peace)  :: tumulto {m}, revolta {f}, turbulência {f}
riot {n} (wanton or unrestrained behavior)  :: algazarra {f}
riot {v} (to create or take part in a riot)  :: tumultuar, revoltar
rioter {n} (one who riots)  :: baderneiro {m}
rip {v} (to copy data from optical disks)  :: ripar
rip {v} (to fart) SEE: fart  ::
rip {v} (to mock) SEE: mock  ::
ripe {adj} (intoxicated) SEE: intoxicated  ::
ripe {adj}  :: maduro
ripe {adj} (ready for reaping or gathering, of fruits and seeds)  :: maduro
ripen {v} (to approach or come to perfection)  :: amadurecer
ripen {v} (to cause to mature; to make ripe)  :: amadurecer
ripen {v} (to grow ripe)  :: amadurecer, madurar, maturar
rip off {v} (to pull off by ripping)  :: arrancar
rip-off {n} (a bad deal, an unfair price or rate)  :: roubo {m}, fraude {f}
riposte {n}  :: resposta
ripper {n} (murderer who kills and often mutilates victims with a blade)  :: estripador {m}
ripper {n} (software)  :: ripador {m}
ripple {n} (moving disturbance or undulation in the surface of a liquid)  :: ondulação {f}
ripple {v} (to move like the undulating surface of a body of water)  :: ondular
riptide {n} (rip current) SEE: rip current  ::
Ripuarian {n} (member of a section of the Frankish people)  :: ripuário {m}
rise {n} (action of moving upwards)  :: subida
rise {n} (increase (in a quantity, price, etc))  :: aumento {m}
rise {n} (pay rise) SEE: pay rise  ::
rise {v} (of a celestial body: to appear to move from behind the horizon)  :: erguer-se
rise {v} (of a quantity, etc: to increase)  :: aumentar, subir
rise {v}  :: subir
rise {v} (to be resurrected)  :: ressurgir
rise {v} (To move upwards)  :: subir, ascender, levantar [from a seat]
risible {adj} (provoking laughter)  :: risível
risk {n} (likelihood of a negative outcome)  :: risco {m}
risk {n} (possible, usually negative, outcome)  :: risco {m}
risk {n} (potential (conventionally negative) impact of an event)  :: risco {m}
risk {n}  :: risco {m}
risk {v}  :: arriscar, pôr em risco
risk {v} (to incur risk by something)  :: arriscar
risk {v} (to incur risk of something)  :: arriscar
risk {v} (to incur risk to something)  :: arriscar
risky {adj} (dangerous, involving risks)  :: arriscado {m}
risotto {n} (risotto considered as food)  :: risoto {m}
risqué {adj} (bordering on the indelicate)  :: malicioso
rite {n} (ritual)  :: rito {m}
rite of passage {n} (ceremony to celebrate a transition)  :: rito de passagem {m}
ritual {n} (rite)  :: ritual {m}, rito {m}
rival {n} (competitor with the same objective)  :: rival {m} {f}, adversário {m}, competidor {m}
rival {n} (someone or something with similar claims of quality or distinction as another)  :: rival {m} {f}
rivalry {n} (competition)  :: rivalidade
river {n} (any large flow of a liquid)  :: rio {m}
river {n} (large stream which drains a landmass)  :: rio {m}
river god {n} (river-being)  :: deus-rio {m}
river horse {n} (hippopotamus) SEE: hippopotamus  ::
riverine {adj} (riverine)  :: ribeirinho
rivet {n} (cylindrical mechanical fastener)  :: rebite {m}
Riyadh {prop} (capital of Saudi Arabia)  :: Riad {f}
Rāma {prop} (avatar of Vishnu)  :: Rama {m}
Rōmaji {prop} (romaji) SEE: romaji  ::
röntgen {n} (unit of exposure to ionizing radiation)  :: roentgen {m}
roach {n} (US: cockroach) SEE: cockroach  ::
road {n} (a way for travel)  :: estrada {f}, caminho {m}, via {f}
road game {n} (athletic contest played in the opposing team's turf) SEE: away game  ::
roadie {n} (beer for the ride)  :: cerveja sem álcool
roadie {n} (biker)  :: motoqueiro {m}, motoqueira {f}
roadie {n} (crew for travelling stage production)  :: músico
road roller {n} (heavy engineering vehicle used to compact asphalt)  :: rolo compressor {m}
roadside hawk {n} (Buteo magnirostris)  :: gavião-carijó {m}
roadside thistle {n} (spear thistle) SEE: spear thistle  ::
roadside thistle {n} (tall thistle) SEE: tall thistle  ::
roam {v} (wander freely)  :: vagar, vaguear
roan {adj} (having a coat of a dark base color with individual white hairs mixed in)  :: ruão
roar {n} (cry of the lion)  :: rugido {m}
roar {n} (long, loud, deep shout)  :: uivo {m}
roar {v} (of animals)  :: uivar {m}, rugir
roar {v} (to make loud, deep cry of emotion)  :: uivar {m}, rugir
roast {v}  :: assar
roast {v} (to cook food by heating in an oven or fire)  :: assar
roastbeef {n} (roast beef) SEE: roast beef  ::
rob {v}  :: roubar
rob {v} (to steal from, using violence)  :: assaltar
robber {n} (one who robs)  :: ladrão {m}, ladra {f}
robbery {n} (act or practice of robbing)  :: roubo {m}, furto {m}
robbery {n} (attempt of taking the property of another by threat)  :: assalto {m}
robe {n} (long, loose outer garment)  :: manto {m}
Robert {prop} (given name)  :: Roberto {m}
robin {n} (any bird called robin in English)  :: tordo {m}
robin {n} (Erithacus rubecula)  :: pisco de peito ruivo {m}
robin {n} (Turdus migratorius)  :: tordo americano {m}
robin redbreast {n} (redbreast) SEE: redbreast  ::
robot {n} (intelligent mechanical being)  :: robot {m}, robô {m}
robot {n} (machine to perform complex tasks)  :: robô {m}
robot {n} (person who does not seem to have any emotions)  :: robô {m}
robotics {n} (The science and technology of robots)  :: robótica
robust {adj} (evincing strength)  :: robusto {m}
Rocco {prop} (male given name)  :: Roque {m}
rock {n} (distaff) SEE: distaff  ::
rock {n} (hill or island without vegetation)  :: rochedo {m}
rock {n} (large stone or boulder)  :: rocha {f}
rock {n} (lump of ice)  :: cubo de gelo {m}, cubo
rock {n} (mass of projecting rock)  :: rocha {f}
rock {n} (natural mineral aggregate)  :: rocha {f}, pedra {f}
rock {n} (precious stone or gem)  :: pedra {f}
rock {n} (style of music)  :: rock {m}
rock {v} (cause to shake or sway violently)  :: balançar, abalar
rock {v} (disturb the mental or emotional equilibrium)  :: balançar, abalar
rock {v} (move gently back and forth)  :: embalar, balançar
rock {v} (sway or tilt violently back and forth)  :: balançar, abalar
rock and roll {n} (style of music)  :: rock and roll {m}, rock {m}
rock band {n} (rock group) SEE: rock group  ::
rock bottom {n} (the very lowest possible level)  :: fundo do poço {m}
rock dove {n} (Columba livia)  :: pombo comum {m}, pombo-das-rochas {m}, pombo-doméstico {m}
rocker {n} (Someone passionate about rock music)  :: roqueiro {m}
rocket {n} (a projectile firework)  :: foguete {m}
rocket {n} (a rocket engine)  :: foguete
rocket {n} (arugula)  :: rúcula
rocket {n} (a vehicle)  :: foguete {m}
rocket {n} (non-guided missile)  :: foguete {m}
rocket-propelled grenade {n} (hand-held weapon that fires a small explosive rocket.)  :: lança-granadas-foguete {m}
rocket science {n} (anything overly complex (idiomatic))  :: bicho de sete cabeças
Rockies {prop} (Rocky Mountains) SEE: Rocky Mountains  ::
rocking chair {n} (chair with a curved base which can be gently rocked)  :: cadeira de balanço {f}
rocking horse {n} (a child’s toy consisting of a (usually wooden) horse mounted on a rocker or swing)  :: cavalo de pau
rock maple {n} (sugar maple) SEE: sugar maple  ::
Rocky Mountains {prop} (mountain range)  :: Montanhas Rochosas {f-p}
rod {n} (connector, part of a machine)  :: barra {f}
rod {n} (fishing rod or pole)  :: vara {f}
rod {n}  :: haste, cajado
rod {n} (hot rod) SEE: hot rod  ::
rod {n} (microbiology: rod shaped microorganism)  :: bacilo {m}
rod {n} (slang: penis, see also: penis)  :: pica {f}, benga {f}, piça, rola {f}, verga {f}
rod {n} (slang: pistol) SEE: pistol  ::
rod {n} (stick or bundle used for punishment)  :: vara {f}
rod {n} (straight round stick, shaft, or bar)  :: taco {m}, bastão {m}
rodent {n} (mammal of the order Rodentia)  :: roedor {m}
Roderick {prop} (male given name)  :: Rodrigo {m}
Rodinia {prop} (ancient world supercontinent)  :: Rodínia {f}
roe {n} (eggs of fish)  :: ovas {f-p}
roe {n} (roe deer) SEE: roe deer  ::
roebuck {n} (a male roe deer)  :: corço {m}
roe deer {n} (small deer species, Capreolus capreolus)  :: corço {m}
roentgenium {n} (chemical element)  :: roentgênio {m} [Brazil], roentgénio {m} [Portugal]
Roger {prop} (male given name)  :: Rogério
rogue {adj} (deceitful, unprincipled)  :: inescrupuloso {m}
rogue {n} (a mischievous scamp)  :: patife {m}
rogue {n} (a scoundrel, rascal or unprincipled, deceitful, and unreliable person)  :: velhaco {m}, tratante {m} {f}
roil {v} (render turbid)  :: turvar, turbar
roil {v} (to annoy)  :: irritar, incomodar, importunar
role {n} (character or part)  :: papel {m}
role {n} ((grammar) the function of a word in a phrase)  :: função {f}, papel {m}
role {n} (the expected behavior of an individual in a society)  :: função {f}, papel {m}
role {n} (the function or position of something)  :: função {f}, papel {m}
role model {n} (a person who serves as an example)  :: modelo {m}, exemplo {m}
roleplay {n} (roleplaying game) SEE: roleplaying game  ::
roleplaying game {n} (type of game in which the players assume the role of a character)  :: RPG {m}
roll {v} (to bind or involve by winding)  :: rolar
roll {v} (to cause to revolve)  :: rolar, girar
roll {v} (to wrap round on itself)  :: circular
roll call {n} (reading of a list of names and responses)  :: chamada
roller {n} (hair roller) SEE: hair roller  ::
roller {n} (slang: police) SEE: cop  ::
rollercoaster {n} (amusement ride)  :: montanha-russa {f}
roller skate {n} (a boot having small wheels)  :: patim {m}, roller {m}
roller skate {v} (to skate using roller skates)  :: patinar
rolling pin {n} (food preparation utensil)  :: rolo da massa {m}
roll up one's sleeves {v} (to prepare to work)  :: pôr a mão na massa
Rom {adj} (Romani) SEE: Romani  ::
Rom {n} (a member of the Romani people)  :: români {m} {f}, romani {m} {f}; cigano {m}, cigana {f}
Rom {prop} (language) SEE: Romani  ::
Roma {adj} (Romani) SEE: Romani  ::
Roma {n} (member of the Roma/Romani people) SEE: Romani  ::
Roma {prop} (the Romani macrolanguage) SEE: Romani  ::
Roma {prop} (the Romani people)  :: rom {m-p}, roma {m-p}
Romagnol {prop} (a Romance language)  :: romanholo {m}
romaji {n} (A representation of Japanese in Latin script)  :: romaji {m}, romanização {f}
Romaji {prop} (romaji) SEE: romaji  ::
Roman {adj} (of or from Rome)  :: romano
Roman {adj} (of or from the Roman Empire)  :: romano
Roman {adj} (of Western character set)  :: romano
Roman {adj} (Roman Catholic)  :: católico
Roman {n} (a native or inhabitant of the Roman Empire)  :: romano {m}
Roman {n} (a native or resident of Rome)  :: romano {m}
Roman {n} (the Roman script)  :: latino {m}
Roman {prop} (male given name)  :: Romão {m}
Roman alphabet {n} (Latin alphabet) SEE: Latin alphabet  ::
romance {n} (Intimate relationship, love affair)  :: romance {m}
Romance {adj} (of or dealing with languages or cultures derived from Roman influence and Latin)  :: românico
Romance language {n} (language descended from Latin)  :: língua românica/romance {f}
Roman Empire {prop} (empire)  :: Império Romano {m}
Romani {adj} (of or belonging to the Roma people)  :: rom {m} {f}; cigano {m}, cigana {f}
Romani {n} (member of the Roma people) SEE: Rom  ::
Romani {prop} (language)  :: români {m}, romani {m}
Romani {prop} (nomadic people) SEE: Roma  ::
Romania {prop} (South-Eastern European country)  :: Roménia {f}, Romênia
Romanian {adj} (of or relating to Romania, its people, or language)  :: romeno {m}, romena {f}
Romanian {n} (native of Romania)  :: romeno {m}, romena {f}
Romanian {prop} (official language of Romania)  :: romeno {m}
Romanica {prop} (interlanguage)  :: románica {f}
Romanicist {n} (Romanicist)  :: romanicista {m} {f}
romanise {v} (romanize) SEE: romanize  ::
Romanization {n} (putting text into the Latin (Roman) alphabet)  :: romanização {f}
romanize {v} (to transliterate to the Latin alphabet)  :: romanizar, latinizar
Roman numeral {n} (numeral represented by letters)  :: número romano {m}
Roman numerals {n} (plural of "Roman numeral") SEE: Roman numeral  ::
Roman numerals {n} (system of numerals)  :: números romanos {m-p}
Romansch {prop} (the Romance language)  :: romanche
romantic {adj} (concerned with, or conducive to, romance and love)  :: romântico
romantic {adj} (fantastic, idealistic)  :: romântico
romantic {adj} (powerfully sentimental, evocative)  :: romântico
romantically {adv} (in a romantic way)  :: romanticamente
Romanticism {prop} (18th century movement)  :: Romantismo {m}
Rome {prop} (city)  :: Roma {f}
Rome {prop} (empire)  :: Roma {f}
Romeo {n} (boyfriend) SEE: boyfriend  ::
Romeo {prop} (character in Romeo and Juliet)  :: Romeu {m}
Romeo and Juliet {prop} (the tragedy)  :: Romeu e Julieta
Rome wasn't built in a day {proverb} (it takes a long time to create something complicated or impressive)  :: Roma e Pavia não se fizeram num dia
Ronald {prop} (male given name)  :: Ronaldo {m}
rondel {n} (rondeau) SEE: rondeau  ::
roof {n} (the cover at the top of a building)  :: telhado {m}
roof {n} (the upper part of a cavity)  :: céu {m}, teto {m}
roof tile {n} (tile covering a roof)  :: telha {f}
rook {n} (bird)  :: gralha
rook {n} (chesspiece)  :: torre {f}
rookie {adj} (amateur) SEE: amateur  ::
room {n} (division in a building)  :: sala {m}, aposento {m}, quarto {m} (especially a bedroom), câmara {f}
room {n} (space)  :: espaço {m}
roommate {n} (a person with whom one shares a room)  :: companheiro de quarto, colega de quarto
roommate {n} (US: with whom one shares an apartment or house)  :: colocatário {m}, coabitante {m}
room temperature {n} (normal temperature)  :: temperatura ambiente {f}
roomy {adj} (spacious)  :: espaçoso {m}, amplo {m}
rooster {n} (male domestic fowl)  :: galo {m}
root {n} (arithmetic: number or expression which when raised to a power gives the specified number or expression)  :: raiz {f}
root {n} (arithmetic: square root) SEE: square root  ::
root {n} (computing: user account at the root of the directory structure)  :: root {m}
root {n} (graph theory: node in a tree that has no parent)  :: raiz {f}
root {n} (linguistic morphology: primary lexical unit of a word)  :: radical {m}, raiz {f}
root {n} (of a tooth)  :: raiz {f}
root {n} (part of a hair under the skin)  :: raiz {f}
root {n} (part of a plant)  :: raiz {f}
root {n} (philology: word from which another word or words are derived)  :: raiz {f}
root {n} (primary source)  :: raiz {f}
root {n} (root vegetable) SEE: root vegetable  ::
root vole {n} (tundra vole) SEE: tundra vole  ::
rope {n} (a length of this string)  :: corda {f}
rope {n} (thick, strong string)  :: corda {f}
ropeway {n} (cableway) SEE: cableway  ::
Rorschach test {n} (method of psychological evaluation that uses subject's interpretations of inkblots)  :: teste de Rorschach {m}
rory {adj} (dewy) SEE: dewy  ::
Rosa {prop} (female given name) SEE: Rose  ::
rosacea {n} (chronic condition)  :: rosácea {f}
rosary {n} (Catholic prayer beads)  :: rosário {m}
rose {adj} (colour)  :: rosa
rose {n} (colour)  :: rosa {m}, cor de rosa {f}
rose {n} (flower)  :: rosa {f}
rose {n} (nozzle)  :: crivo {m}
rose {n} (shrub)  :: rosa {f}, roseira
Rose {prop} (female given name)  :: Rosa
rosebay rhododendron {n} (great laurel) SEE: great laurel  ::
rosebush {n} (rose plant)  :: roseira {f}
rosehip {n} (the fruit of a rose plant)  :: cinórrodo {m}
rosemary {n} (Rosmarinus officianalis)  :: alecrim {m}
roseola {n} (rosy rash that occurs with various fevers)  :: roséola {f}
Rosetta Stone {prop} (large inscribed stone)  :: Pedra de Roseta {f}
rosette {n} (rose burner) SEE: rose burner  ::
rose window {n} (circular window)  :: rosácea {f}
rosin {n} (liquid resin) SEE: resin  ::
roster {n} (schedule) SEE: schedule  ::
Rostov {prop} (Rostov-na-Donu) SEE: Rostov-na-Donu  ::
Rostov {prop} (Rostov oblast, Russia)  :: Rostov {m}
Rostov {prop} (Rostov Veliky, Yaroslavl oblast, Russia)  :: Rostov {f}
Rostov {prop} (Russian surname)  :: Rostov
Rostov-na-Donu {prop} (a city in Russia)  :: Rostov-sobre-o-Don {f}, Rostov-do-Don {f}, Rostov-no-Don {f}
Rostov-on-Don {prop} (synonym of Rostov-na-Donu) SEE: Rostov-na-Donu  ::
rosé wine {n} (wine)  :: vinho rosado {m}, vinho rosé {m}
rot {v} (to decay)  :: putrefazer
rotary {n} (traffic circle) SEE: traffic circle  ::
rotary phone {n} (rotary dial telephone)  :: telefone de disco {m}
rotate {v} (to spin, turn, or revolve)  :: rotar, girar, rotacionar
rotate {v} (to spin, turn, or revolve something)  :: rotar, girar, rotacionar
rote {n} (process of committing to memory)  :: decoração {f}
roti {n} (A pancake-like Indian pastry, usually stuffed with curry)  :: roti {m}
rotor {n} (a rotating part of a mechanical device)  :: rotor {m}
rotor {n} (the wing of a helicopter or similar)  :: hélice {f}
rotten {adj} (decayed, gone bad)  :: podre
rotten {adj} (mean)  :: cruel, malvado
Rotterdam {prop} (city and port in The Netherlands)  :: Roterdão {f}
rotula {n} (kneecap) SEE: kneecap  ::
roué {n} (A debauched or lecherous person)  :: debochado {m}
rouge {n} (blush) SEE: blush  ::
rough {adj}  :: áspero
rough {adj} (not smooth)  :: áspero
rough breathing {n} (Ancient Greek diacritical mark)  :: espírito áspero {m}
roughly {adv} (approximately) SEE: approximately  ::
roughly {adv} (in a rough manner)  :: rudemente, precariamente
roughly {adv} (unevenly)  :: aproximadamente, a grosso modo
roughy {n} (orange roughy) SEE: orange roughy  ::
roulette {n} (game of chance)  :: roleta {f}
round {adj} (circular or cylindrical)  :: redondo
round {adj} (complete, not lacking)  :: redondo
round {adj} (of a number that has been rounded off)  :: arredondado
round {adj} (of corners that lack sharp angles)  :: arredondado
round {adj} (plump)  :: rechonchudo, roliço
round {adj} (pronounced with the mouth in the shape of an "O")  :: arredondado
round {adj}  :: redondo
round {adj} (spherical)  :: redondo, rotundo, esférico
round {adv} (around) SEE: around  ::
round {n} (circular object)  :: círculo {m}
round {n} (circular or repetitious route)  :: ronda {f}
round {n} (circular paintbrush)  :: pincel redondo {m}
round {n} (golf etc: way around the course)  :: round {m}
round {n} (hindquarters of a bovine for butchering)  :: lombo {m}
round {n} (individual ammunition shell)  :: carga {f}
round {n} (outburst)  :: salva {f}
round {n} (rung of a ladder)  :: degrau {m}
round {n} (segment of a sport event)  :: rodada {f}, assalto {m} [martial arts], round {m} [martial arts], tempo {m}
round {n} (serving)  :: rodada {f}
round {n} (single individual portion or dose of medicine)  :: dose {f}
round {n} (song)  :: ronda {f}, cânone {m}
round {n} (stage of a sports competition)  :: rodada {f}
round {n} (strip of material with a circular face)  :: rodela {f}, círculo {m}
round {prep} (around) SEE: around  ::
round {v} (to approximate a number)  :: arredondar
round {v} (to become shaped into a curve)  :: arredondar
round {v} (to complete, fill out)  :: concluir, finalizar, terminar, findar, acabar
round {v} (to shape into a curve)  :: arredondar
round {v} (to turn and attack someone)  :: virar-se contra
round {v} (to turn past a boundary)  :: dobrar, virar
roundabout {n} (road junction at which traffic streams circularly around a central island)  :: rotatória [, Brazil], rotunda [Portugal]
round angle {n} (An angle of 360 degrees)  :: ângulo de 360 graus {m}
round of applause {n} (outburst of clapping)  :: salva de aplausos {f}
round off {v} (to change a number into an approximation having fewer significant digits)  :: arredondar
round off {v} (to change the shape of an object to make it more circular)  :: arredondar
round off {v} (to complete or finish something)  :: finalizar
round the clock {adv} (24 hours per day) SEE: around the clock  ::
round up {v} ( to collect or gather (something) together)  :: juntar, reunir
round up {v} (to round up a number)  :: arredondar
rouse {v} (to wake)  :: acordar
route {n} (course or way traveled)  :: rota {f}, percurso {m}, caminho {m}
route {n} (passing, course, road)  :: percurso {m}
route {n}  :: rota {f}
route {n} (way to do something)  :: jeito {m}
route {v} (internet: to connect two LANs)  :: rotear
router {n} (a device that connects local area networks to form a larger internet)  :: roteador {m}
router {n} (any device that directs packets of information using OSI layer 3)  :: roteador {m}
routine {adj} (regular; habitual)  :: de rotina
Rovno {prop} (Rivne) SEE: Rivne  ::
row {n} (exercise)  :: remo {m}
row {n} (in a table)  :: linha {f}
row {n} (line of objects)  :: fileira {f}
row {v} (intransitive: to argue noisily)  :: discutir
row {v} (intransitive: to propel a boat or other craft over water using oars)  :: remar
row {v} (transitive:to propel over water using oars)  :: remar
rowan {n} (Sorbus aucuparia)  :: tramazeira {f}, sorveira {f}
rowan {n} (tree or shrub of the genus Sorbus)  :: sorveira {f}
rowboat {n} (small boat that is rowed)  :: barco a remo {m}
row house {n} (rowhouse) SEE: rowhouse  ::
rowing {n} (the sport)  :: remo {m}
rowing boat {n} (rowboat) SEE: rowboat  ::
Roxana {prop} (female given name)  :: Rosana {f}
Roxana {prop} (the wife of Alexander the Great)  :: Roxana {f}
Roxanne {prop} (female given name) SEE: Roxana  ::
royal {adj} (majestic) SEE: majestic  ::
royal {adj} (of or relating to a monarch or their family)  :: real
royal {n} (of mast and sail)  :: real
royalty {n} (a monarch and their families treated as a group)  :: realeza {f}
royalty {n} (rank, status, etc. of a monarch)  :: realeza {f}
Roy G. Biv {prop} (mnemonic)  :: VLAVAAV, VAAVAAV
résumé {n} (CV) SEE: curriculum vitae  ::
RTFM {initialism} (Abbreviation of Read the fucking manual)  :: [[LAPDM (leia a porra do manual)]]
rub {n} (act of rubbing)  :: fricção {f}
rub {v}  :: friccionar
rub {v} (to move one object while maintaining contact with another object over some area)  :: esfregar
rubber {n} (condom)  :: camisinha {f}
rubber {n} (eraser)  :: borracha {f}
rubber {n} (pliable material derived from the sap of the rubber tree)  :: borracha {f}
rubber {n} (synthetic materials with the same properties)  :: borracha {f}
rubber band {n} (elastic band) SEE: elastic band  ::
rubberneck {n} (tourist) SEE: tourist  ::
rubber tree {n} (Hevea brasiliensis)  :: seringueira {f}
rubbish {adj} (exceedingly bad; awful; terrible; crappy)  :: horrível
rubbish {interj} (expresses that something is exceedingly bad)  :: porcaria
rubbish {interj} (expresses that what was recently said is untruth or nonsense)  :: besteira
rubbish {n} (garbage, junk, refuse, waste)  :: lixo {m}
rubbish {n} (nonsense)  :: besteira {f}, asneira {f}
rubbish {v} (to denounce, to criticise)  :: criticar
rubbish bag {n} (plastic bag for the disposal of household waste) SEE: garbage bag  ::
rubbish bin {n} (garbage can) SEE: garbage can  ::
rubbish in, rubbish out {proverb} (garbage in, garbage out) SEE: garbage in, garbage out  ::
rubble {n} (the broken remains of an object, usually rock or masonry)  :: entulho {m} [resulting from construction works], escombros {m-p} [resulting from destruction]
rubella {n} (disease caused by the Rubella virus infecting the respiratory tract)  :: rubéola {f}
rubeola {n} (measles) SEE: measles  ::
rubidium {n} (element with atomic number 37)  :: rubídio {m}
Rubik's cube {n} (cubical mechanical puzzle)  :: cubo mágico {m}
ruble {n} (Russian monetary unit)  :: rublo {m}
rub salt in the wound {v} (to make an injury feel worse)  :: esfregar sal na ferida
ruby {n} (type of gem)  :: rubi {m}
rucksack {n} (a bag carried on the back )  :: mochila {f}
rudder {n} (control surface of an aircraft)  :: leme {m}
rudder {n} (underwater vane used to steer a vessel)  :: leme {m}
ruddy {adj} (reddish)  :: avermelhado
ruddy shelduck {n} (duck)  :: pato-ferrugíneo {m}
rude {adj} (bad-mannered)  :: rude
rudely {adv} (in a rude manner)  :: desabridamente
rudimentary {adj} (basic; minimal)  :: rudimentar
rudimentary {adj} (of or relating to rudiments)  :: rudimentar
rue {n} (any of various perennial shrubs)  :: arruda {f}
rue {n} (Pity, compassion)  :: compaixão
rue {n} (Repentance, regret)  :: arrependimento {m}
rueful {adj} (Causing, feeling, or expressing regret or sorrow)  :: recalcado
ruff {n} (fish of the genus Gymnocephalus) SEE: ruffe  ::
ruff {v} (play a trump card) SEE: trump  ::
rufous-winged antshrike {n} (Thamnophilus torquatus)  :: [Brazil]: choca-de-asa-vermelha
rug {n} (partial floor covering)  :: tapete {m}, tapetinho {m}
rugby {n} (a sport where players can hold or kick an ovoid ball)  :: rugby {m}, [used only in Portugal] râguebi {m}, [used only in Brazil] rúgbi {m}
rugby sevens {n} (a sport where players can hold or kick an ovoid ball)  :: rugby sevens {m}, rugby seven-a-side {m}, [used only in Portugal] râguebi de sete {m}, [used only in Brazil] rúgbi de sete {m}
rugby union {n} (form of rugby)  :: rugby XV {m}, rugby union {m}, [used only in Brazil] rúgbi de quinze {m}
ruin {n} (remains of destroyed construction)  :: ruína {f}
ruin {n} (something which leads to serious troubles)  :: ruína {f}
ruin {n} (the state of being a ruin, destroyed or decayed)  :: ruína {f}
ruin {v} (to cause the ruin of)  :: arruinar
ruin {v} (to destroy)  :: arruinar
ruin {v} (to spoil)  :: arruinar, destruir, acabar com
ruination {n} (act of ruining)  :: ruína
ruination {n} (state of being ruined)  :: ruína
ruinous {adj} (destructive)  :: ruinoso
rule {n} (regulation)  :: regra {f}, lei {f}, regulamento {m}
rule {n} (straight-edge) SEE: ruler  ::
rule {v} (to regulate, be in charge of, make decisions for, reign over)  :: reinar, governar
rule of thumb {n} (a general guideline rather than a strict rule)  :: heurística, macete
ruler {n} (measuring or drawing device)  :: régua {f}
ruler {n} (person who rules or governs)  :: governante {m}
ruling pen {n} (a drawing instrument)  :: tira-linhas {m}
rum {n} (distilled spirit)  :: rum {m}
rumble {v} (to fight, brawl)  :: brigar
ruminant {adj} (chewing cud)  :: ruminante
ruminant {n} (artiodactyl ungulate mammal which chews cud)  :: ruminante {m} {f}
ruminate {v} (to chew cud)  :: ruminar, rumiar
ruminate {v} (to meditate)  :: ruminar, remoer
rummage {v} (to hastily search for)  :: fuçar
rummage {v} (to search something thoroughly and with disregard)  :: revolver, esgravatar, vasculhar
rummage {v} (to search something which contains many items)  :: vasculhar
rumor {n} (statement or claim from no known reliable source)  :: rumor {m}
rumor {n} (uncountable: information)  :: rumor {m}
rumor has it {phrase} (rumour has it) SEE: rumour has it  ::
rumour has it {phrase} (there is a rumor that...)  :: dizem por aí
run {n} (gallop)  :: galopar
run {n} (the act of running)  :: corrida {f}
run {v} (to flow)  :: correr, manar, fluir
run {v} (to move quickly on two feet)  :: correr
run {v} (to smuggle illegal goods) SEE: smuggle  ::
run after {v} (chase)  :: correr atrás, perseguir
run after {v} (effort to win someone's affections)  :: correr atrás
runaround {n} (evasive explanation)  :: enrolação {f}
runaway {n} (a train that is out of control)  :: desgarrado, desgovernado
run-down {adj}  :: decrépito, caindo aos pedaços
rundown {adj} (run-down) SEE: run-down  ::
rune {n} (a letter or character)  :: runa {f}
runestone {n} (stone with a runic inscription)  :: pedra rúnica {f}
rung {n} (crosspiece between chair legs)  :: travessa {f}
rung {n} (ladder step)  :: degrau {m}
Réunion {prop} (Overseas department of France)  :: Reunião
runner {n} (slang: quick escape away from a scene)  :: fuga {f}
runner {n} (somebody who runs, who moves at a fast pace)  :: corredor {m}
runner-up {n} (the person who finishes second)  :: segundo colocado, segundo, vice-campeão
running dog {n} (lackey) SEE: lackey  ::
runoff {n} (portion of precipitation or irrigation which does not infiltrate)  :: escoamento {m}
runoff {n} (second or further round of an indecisive election)  :: segundo turno {m}, segunda volta {f}
run of luck {n} (winning streak) SEE: winning streak  ::
run over {v} (to drive over, causing injury or death)  :: atropelar
runway {n} (an airstrip, a usually paved section on which planes land or take off)  :: pista, pista de pouso
runway {n} (platform for fashion shows)  :: passarela {f}
rupee {n} (monetary currency)  :: rupia {f}
rural {adj} (pertaining to less-populated, non-urban areas)  :: rural
Rus {prop} (people)  :: Ruténia {f} [Portugal], Rutênia {f} [Brazil]
ruse {n} (trick)  :: truque {m}, artimanha {f}
ruse {n}  :: truque, maracutaia
rush {n} (haste)  :: pressa {f}
rush {n} (onslaught) SEE: onslaught  ::
rush {n} (plant)  :: junco {m}
rush {v} (hurry)  :: apressar-se
rush hour {n} (times of day when traffic jams are commonplace, principally due to commuting)  :: hora do rush {f}
rusk {n} ( light, soft bread, often toasted or crisped in an oven)  :: torrada {f}
Russia {prop} (country in Asia and Europe)  :: Rússia {f}
Russian {adj} (of or pertaining to Russia)  :: russo
Russian {n} (a person from Russia)  :: russo {m}, russa {f}
Russian {n} (ethnic Russian)  :: russo {m}, russa {f}
Russian {prop} (the Russian language)  :: russo {m}
Russian Blue {n} (cat breed)  :: azul russo {m}
Russian doll {n} (wooden doll)  :: boneca russa {f}, matrioshka {f}
Russian dressing {n} (salad dressing)  :: salada russa {f}
Russian Empire {prop} (state)  :: Império Russo {m}
Russian Federation {prop} (Russia)  :: Federação Russa {f}
Russian roulette {prop} (deadly game with revolver and random spinning)  :: roleta russa {f}
russification {n} (cultural russification)  :: russificação {f}
Russify {v} (to make or become more Russian)  :: russificar
Russo- {prefix} (relating to Russia or Russian)  :: russo-
Russophilia {n} (a strong interest in the country, culture, or people of Russia)  :: russofilia {f}
Russophobia {n} (the fear of Russia or Russian)  :: russofobia {f}
rust {n} (result of oxidation)  :: ferrugem {f}
rust {v} (to oxidise)  :: enferrujar, oxidar
rustle {n} (soft, crackling sound)  :: farfalhar {m}
rustle {v} (to move (something) with a soft crackling sound)  :: farfalhar
rusty {adj} (affected by rust)  :: enferrujado {m}, ferrugento {m}
rusty {adj}  :: enferrujado , destreinado
rusty {adj} (having red or reddish-brown hair)  :: ruivo {m}
rusty {adj} (lacking recent experience, out of practice)  :: enferrujado {m}
rut {n} (furrow, groove, or track worn in the ground)  :: sulco {m}
rut {n} (sexual desire or oestrus)  :: cio {m}
rut {v} (To be in the annual rut)  :: estar em cio
rutabaga {n} (edible root)  :: rutabaga {f}, colza {f}, nabo da Suécia {m}, couve-nabiça {f}, couve-nabo {f}
Ruth {prop} (book of the Bible)  :: Rute {f}
Ruth {prop} (female given name)  :: Rute {f}
Ruthenia {prop} (alternative name of Rus, see also: Rus)  :: Rutênia {f}
ruthenium {n} (chemical element)  :: ruténio {m} [Portugal], rutênio {m} [Brazil]
rutherfordium {n} (chemical element)  :: ruterfórdio {m}
ruthless {adj} (without pity or compassion)  :: impiedoso
rutile {n} (the most frequent of the three polymorphs of titanium dioxide)  :: rutilo {m}
Rwanda {prop} (Rwandese Republic)  :: Ruanda
Ryan {prop} (male given name)  :: Ryan {m}
Ryazan {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Riazan {f}
rye {n} (carraway) SEE: carraway  ::
rye {n} (rye bread) SEE: rye bread  ::
rye {n} (ryegrass) SEE: ryegrass  ::
rye {n} (rye whisky) SEE: rye whisky  ::
rye {n} (the grass Secale cereale or its grains as food)  :: centeio {m}
rye bread {n} (type of bread)  :: pão de centeio {m}
ryegrass {n}  :: joio {m}
Ryūkyū {prop} (Ryukyu) SEE: Ryukyu  ::
Rzeczpospolita {prop} (Poland) SEE: Poland  ::
Rzeczpospolita {prop} (Republic of Poland) SEE: Republic of Poland  ::