Category:Portuguese unadapted borrowings from English

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Newest pages ordered by last category link update:
  1. post-it
  2. rave
  3. tweet
  4. hamburger
  5. xerox
  6. in
  7. flood
  8. country
  9. abort
  10. closet
Oldest pages ordered by last edit:
  1. t-shirt
  2. drive-thru
  3. leggings
  4. mousepad
  5. flash card
  6. pick-up
  7. cream cracker
  8. yorkshire
  9. Gatling
  10. amish

Portuguese loanwords from English that have not been conformed to the morpho-syntactic, phonological and/or phonotactical rules of the target language.

To categorize a term into this category, use {{ubor|pt|en|source_term}} (or {{unadapted borrowing|...}}, using the same syntax), where source_term is the source-language term that the term in question was borrowed from.


Pages in category "Portuguese unadapted borrowings from English"

The following 200 pages are in this category, out of 709 total.

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