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ca {adv} (abbreviation of circa) SEE: ca. ::
ca. {adv} (abbreviation of circa) :: c., ca.
cab {n} (taxi) SEE: taxi ::
cabalistically {adv} (in a cabalistic manner) :: cabalísticament
cabaret {n} (live entertainment held in a restaurant or nightclub) :: cabaret {m}
cabbage {n} (plant) :: col {f}
cabinet {n} (storage closet) :: armari {m}
cabinet {n} (group of advisors) :: gabinet {m}
cabinet {n} (group of ministers) :: gabinet {m}
cabinetmaker {n} (skilled woodworker) :: ebenista {m}
cable {n} (large wire, rope) :: cable {m}
cable {n} (assembly of wires for electricity) :: cable
cable {v} (provide with cable(s)) :: cablejar
cable {v} (fasten (as if) with cable(s)) :: lligar
Cabo Verde {prop} (Cape Verde) SEE: Cape Verde ::
cacao {n} (cacao tree) :: cacau
cachalot {n} (sperm whale) SEE: sperm whale ::
cachexia {n} (systemic wasting of muscle tissue that accompanies a chronic disease) :: caquèxia {f}
cacophonous {adj} (containing or consisting of unpleasant sounds) :: cacofònic {m}
cactus {n} (member of the Cactaceae) :: cactus {m}
cadastral {adj} (of or relating to a cadastre) :: cadastral
cadaver {n} (a dead body) :: cadàver {m}
cadaveric {adj} (pertaining to a corpse) :: cadavèric
cadaverous {adj} (cadaverous) :: cadavèric
caddie {n} (golf: a golfer's assistant and adviser) :: cadi {m} {f}
caddy {n} (one hired to assist another in playing the game of golf) :: cadi {m} {f}
cadence {n} (balanced, rhythmic flow) :: cadència {f}
Cadiz {prop} (port city in Andalusia, Spain) :: Cadis
cadmium {n} (chemical element) :: cadmi {m}
caecal {adj} (of or pertaining to caecum) :: cecal
caecum {n} (blind pouch connected to the large intestine) :: cec {m}
Caesar {prop} (ancient Roman family name) :: Cèsar {m}
Caesarean section {n} (incision in the womb) :: cesària {f}
Caesar salad {n} (Caesar salad) :: amanida Cèsar {f}, ensalada Cèsar {f}
caesium {n} (a metallic chemical element) :: cesi {m}
caesura {n} (a pause or interruption) :: cesura {f}
café {n} (coffee shop) :: cafè {m}, cafeteria {f}
cafe {n} (café) SEE: café ::
cafestol {n} (diterpene molecule present in coffee) :: cafestol {m}
cafeteria {n} (restaurant) :: cafeteria {f}
caffeine {n} (alkaloid found naturally in tea and coffee plants) :: cafeïna {f}
cage {n} (enclosure) :: gàbia {f}
cage {v} (to put into a cage) :: engabiar
Cagliari {prop} (capital of Cagliari) :: Càller
caiman {n} (alligator relative) :: caiman {m}
Cain {prop} (son of Adam and Eve) :: Caín {m}
Cairene {adj} (of or pertaining to Cairo) :: cairota
Cairo {prop} (capital of Egypt) :: Caire {m}
caisson {n} (architecture: coffer) SEE: coffer ::
cajole {v} (to encourage or persuade by effort) :: entabanar, ensibornar
cake {n} (a sweet dessert) :: pastís {m}
cake {n} (a trivially easy task or responsibility) SEE: piece of cake ::
Caló {prop} (Spanish Romani) :: caló {m}
Calabria {prop} (region of Italy) :: Calàbria {f}
calamari {n} (as mollusk) SEE: squid ::
calamus {n} (quill) SEE: quill ::
calamus {n} (sweet flag) SEE: sweet flag ::
calaverite {n} (mineral form) :: calaverita {f}
calcaneal {adj} (of or pertaining to the calcaneus) :: calcani
calcaneus {n} (heel bone) SEE: heel bone ::
calcine {v} (transitive) :: calcinar {m}
calcite {n} (calcium carbonate mineral) :: calcita {f}
calcium {n} (chemical element of atomic number 20) :: calci {m}
calcium carbonate {n} (CaCO3) :: carbonat de calci {m}
calcium chloride {n} (calcium salt of hydrochloric acid) :: clorur de calci {m}
calcium hydroxide {n} (chemical compound) :: hidròxid de calci {m}
calcium oxide {n} (white powderous substance) :: òxid de calci {m}
calcium sulfate {n} (calcium salt of sulfuric acid) :: sulfat de calci {m}
calculable {adj} (able to be calculated) :: calculable
calculate {v} ((transitive) to determine value) :: calcular [used in both standard Catalan and Algherese]
calculatedly {adv} (in a calculated manner) :: calculadament
calculation {n} (act or process of calculating) :: càlcul {m}
calculator {n} (electronic device that performs mathematical calculations) :: calculadora {f}
calculator {n} (mechanical device that performs mathematical calculations) :: calculadora {f}
calculus {n} (formal mathematical system) :: càlcul {m}
calculus {n} (differential calculus and integral calculus considered as a single subject) :: càlcul {m}
calculus {n} (stony concretion in an organ) :: càlcul {m}
caldography {n} (screen printing) SEE: screen printing ::
calendar {n} (system by which time is divided) :: calendari {m}, [Algherese] calendàriu
calendar {n} (means to determine the date) :: calendari {m}
calendar {n} (list of planned events) :: calendari {m}, agenda {f}
calf {n} (young cow or bull) :: vedell {m}
calf {n} (anatomy: back of the leg below the knee) :: panxell {m}
calf bone {n} (smaller lower-leg bone) :: fíbula {f}, peroné {m}
calibration {n} (act of calibrating) :: calibratge {m}
Californian {adj} (of or relating to California) :: californià
Californian {n} (an inhabitant of California) :: californià {m}, californiana {f}
californium {n} (chemical element) :: californi
caliginous {adj} (dark, obscure) SEE: dark ::
calimocho {n} (cocktail) :: calimotxo, kalimotxo
caliper {n} (calipers) SEE: calipers ::
calipers {n} (device used to measure thickness between two surfaces) :: calibrador {m}
caliph {n} (political leader of the Muslim world) :: califa {m}
calisthenics {n} (gymnastic exercises) :: cal·listènia {f}
call {n} (telephone conversation) :: telefonada {f}, trucada {f}
call {n} (social visit) :: visita {f}
call {n} (cry or shout) :: crit {m}, crida {f}, xiscle {m}
call {n} (characteristic cry of a bird or other animal) :: crit {m}
call {n} (beckoning or summoning) :: crida {f}
call {n} ((computing): the act of jumping to a subprogram) :: crida {f}
call {v} (to request, summon, or beckon) :: cridar
call {v} (to cry or shout) :: cridar, xisclar, xillar
call {v} (to contact by telephone) :: telefonar, cridar, trucar, tocar
call {v} (to pay a social visit) :: visitar
call {v} (to name or refer to) :: cridar
call {v} (to shout to other fielders that he intends to take a catch thus avoiding collisions) :: cridar
call an ambulance {phrase} (request to call an ambulance) :: truca una ambulància [general register], truqui una ambulància [formal], truqueu una ambulància [most formal]
callback {n} (product recall) :: devolució
calligrapher {n} (one who practices calligraphy) :: cal·lígraf {m}
calligraphic {adj} (of calligraphy) :: cal·ligràfic
calligraphic {adj} (written as calligraphy) :: cal·ligràfic
calligraphy {n} (art of writing with decorative strokes) :: cal·ligrafia {f}
calling name {n} (nickname) SEE: nickname ::
Callovian {prop} :: Cal·lovià
callow {adj} (bald) SEE: bald ::
call the police {phrase} (call the police) :: truca la policia, crida la policia
callus {n} (hardened part of the skin) :: call [Algherese]
calm {adj} (free from anger and anxiety) :: calm
calm {adj} (free of noise and disturbance) :: calm
calm {n} (condition of being unworried and free from anger) :: calma {f}
calm {n} (the state with absence of noise and disturbance) :: calma {f}
calm {n} (period without wind) :: calma {f}
calm {v} (to make calm) :: calmar
calm {v} (to become calm) :: calmar
calmly {adv} (in a calm manner) :: calmosament, tranquil·lament
calorimeter {n} (apparatus for measuring amount of heat) :: calorímetre {m}
calorimetric {adj} (relating to calorimetry) :: calorimètric
calorimetry {n} (the scientific discipline) :: calorimetria {f}
calque {n} (word formed by word-for-word translation of a word in another language) :: calc {m}
calumniously {adv} (in the manner of a falsification intended to discredit another) :: calumniosament
calve {v} (to give birth to a calf) :: vedellar
Calvinism {n} (Christian religious tradition) :: calvinisme {m}
calvous {adj} (lacking most or all of one's hair) SEE: bald ::
calx {n} (calcium oxide) SEE: calcium oxide ::
calyx {n} (anatomy: structure in kidney) :: calze {m}
calyx {n} (the sepals of a flower) :: calze {m}
cam {n} (camera) SEE: camera ::
camaraderie {n} (close friendship in a group of friends) :: camaraderia {f}
camaraderie {n} (a spirit of familiarity and closeness) :: camaraderia {f}
Cambodia {prop} (country in Southeast Asia) :: Cambodja {f}
Cambodian {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Cambodia, the Cambodian people, or the Khmer language) :: cambodjà
Cambodian {n} (a person from Cambodia or of Cambodian descent) :: cambodjà {m}
Cambodian {n} (the language of the Cambodian people) SEE: Khmer ::
Cambrian explosion {prop} (the rapid appearance, around 541 million years ago, of most major animal phyla) :: explosió cambriana {f}
Cambrian symbol {n} (literary: vegetable emblematic of Wales) SEE: leek ::
camel {n} (beast of burden) :: camell {m}
camelopard {n} (giraffe) SEE: giraffe ::
camera {n} (still camera) :: càmera {f}
cameralism {n} (the theories and practices of the cameralists) :: cameralisme {m}
cameraman {n} (somebody who operates a film or TV camera) :: cameràman {m} {f}
camerlengo {n} (chamberlain) :: camarlenc {m}
Cameroon {prop} (country in Central Africa) :: Camerun {m}
Cameroonian {adj} (pertaining to Cameroon) :: camerunès
Cameroonian {n} (person from Cameroon) :: camerunès {m}
camomile {n} :: camamilla {f} [Algherese]
camouflage {n} (disguise) :: camuflament {m}
camouflage {n} (act of disguising) :: camuflament {m}
camouflage {n} (military) :: camuflament {m}
camouflage {n} (textiles) :: camuflament {m}
camouflage {n} (biology) :: camuflament {m}
camouflage {v} (hide, disguise) :: camuflar
camp {n} (outdoor place) :: campament {m}, càmping {m}
camp {v} (to live in a tent) :: acampar
camp {v} (to set up a camp) :: acampar
campaign {n} (series of operations undertaken to achieve a set goal) :: campanya {f}
Campania {prop} (region of Italy) :: Campània {f}
campground {n} (area for tents) :: campament {m}, càmping {m}
camphor {n} (white transparent waxy crystalline isoprenoid ketone) :: càmfora {f}
campus {n} (grounds or property of a school, etc) :: campus {m}
can {v} (to be able) :: poder, poguer
can {v} (may) :: poder
can {n} (a more or less cylindrical vessel for liquids) :: llauna {f}
can {v} (to preserve) :: enllaunar
can {n} (chamber pot) SEE: chamber pot ::
Canaan {prop} (historic region) :: Canaan {m}
Canada {prop} (country in North America) :: Canadà
Canada goose {n} (Branta canadensis) :: oca canadenca
Canadian {n} (person from Canada) :: canadenc {m}, canadenca {f}
Canadian {adj} (of or pertaining to Canada) :: canadenc
canal {n} (artificial waterway) :: canal {m}
canary {n} (bird from the Canary Islands) :: canari {m}; canarí [Algherese]
Canary Islands {prop} (an archipelago off the coast of north-western Africa) :: Illes Canàries {f-p}
Canberra {prop} (Capital of Australia) :: Canberra
cancellation {n} (act of cancelling) :: cancel·lació {f}
cancer {n} (disease of uncontrolled cellular proliferation) :: càncer {m}
cancerous {adj} (relating to or affected with cancer) :: cancerós
candelabrum {n} (candle holder) :: canelobre {m}; candelobre [Algherese]
candidate {n} (person running in an election) :: candidat {m}
candidiasis {n} (fungal infection) :: candidiasi {f}
candidly {adv} (in a candid manner) :: càndidament
candle {n} (a light source) :: espelma {f}, candela {f}
candle holder {n} (candle holder) SEE: candlestick ::
Candlemas {n} (Christian feast) :: Candelera {f}
candle snuffer {n} (device made to extinguish a candle) :: esmocadora {f}
candlestick {n} (a holder with a socket or spike for a candle) :: candeler {m}
candlewick {n} SEE: candle ::
candor {n} (sincere and open in speech, honesty in expression) :: candor {m} {f}
candy {n} (piece of candy) :: caramel {m}, llaminadura {f}
candy bar {n} (type of candy) :: xocolatina {f}
candy cane {n} (candy in the shape of a cane) :: bastó de caramel {m}
candy floss {n} (sweet) :: cotó fluix de sucre {m}
candy store {n} (sweetshop) SEE: sweetshop ::
cane {n} (slender flexible stem of plants such as bamboo) :: canya {f}
cane {n} (plant itself) :: canya
cane {n} (walking stick) SEE: walking stick ::
cane {n} (sugar cane) SEE: sugar cane ::
can I come in {phrase} (phrase) :: puc entrar?
canine {adj} (pertaining to dogs) :: caní
canine {n} (canine tooth) SEE: canine tooth ::
canine tooth {n} (tooth) :: dent canina {f}, ullal {m}
cannabis {n} (plant) :: cànem {m}, cànnabis {m}
cannabis {n} (marijuana) SEE: marijuana ::
Cannae {prop} (village) :: Cannes {f-p}
canned {adj} (preserved in cans) :: enllaunat
Cannes {prop} (a city in France) :: Canes
cannibal {n} (an organism which eats others of its own species) :: caníbal {m} {f}
cannibalism {n} (act of eating another of one's own species) :: antropofàgia {f}, canibalisme {m}
Cannizzaro reaction {n} (reaction) :: reacció de Cannizzaro {f}
cannon {n} (artillery piece) :: canó {m}
cannon fodder {n} (military forces considered to be expendable) :: carn de canó
canny {adj} (pleasant, nice) SEE: pleasant ::
canny {adj} (frugal, thrifty) SEE: frugal ::
canoe {n} (small long and narrow boat) :: canoa {f}
canon {n} (religious law) :: cànon {m}
canonic {adj} (canonical) SEE: canonical ::
canonical {adj} (present in a canon, religious or otherwise) :: canònic
canonical {adj} ((religion) in conformity with canon law) :: canònic
canonically {adv} (in a canonical manner) :: canònicament
canonize {v} (to define someone as a saint) :: canonitzar, santificar
can opener {n} (device used to open tin cans) :: obrellaunes {m}
can-opener {n} (can opener) SEE: can opener ::
canopy {n} (high cover) :: dosser {m}, pal·li {m}, pal·li {m}
cant {n} (secret language) :: argot {m}
Cantabria {prop} (autonomous community) :: Cantàbria
Cantabrian {prop} (language) :: càntabre {m}
Cantabrian {n} (person from Cantabria) :: càntabre {m}
cantaloupe {n} (melon) :: meló cantalup {m}
Canticle of Canticles {prop} (Song of Songs) SEE: Song of Songs ::
Canticles {prop} (Song of Songs) SEE: Song of Songs ::
canting arms {n} :: arms parlants {f-p}
canton {n} (heraldry; one of the ordinaries) :: cantó {m}
Cantonese {adj} (relating to Canton) :: cantonès
Cantonese {adj} (relating to the Cantonese people) :: cantonès
Cantonese {adj} (relating to the Cantonese language) :: cantonès
Cantonese {n} (person from Canton) :: cantonès {m}, cantonesa {f}
Cantonese {n} (language) :: cantonès {f}
canvas {n} (a type of coarse cloth) :: lona {f}
canvas {n} (a piece of canvas cloth on which one may paint) :: llenç {m}, tela {f}
canvass {v} (to campaign) SEE: campaign ::
canyon {n} (a valley cut in rock by a river) :: congost
can you help me {phrase} (can you help me?) :: [familiar] pots ajudar-me?, [polite] pot ajudar-me?
cap {n} (head covering) :: gorra {f}
capable {adj} (able and efficient) :: capaç
capacitor {n} (electronic component) :: condensador {m}
capacity {n} (the ability to hold, receive or absorb) :: capacitat {f}
capacity {n} (capability; the ability to perform some task) :: capacitat {f}
cape {n} (headland) :: cap {m}
cape {n} (garment) :: capa {f}
caper {n} (crime) SEE: crime ::
caper {n} (capercaillie) SEE: capercaillie ::
capercaillie {n} (Tetrao urogallus) :: gall fer {m}, gall salvatge {m}, gall de bosc {m}
Capernaum {prop} (The biblical town) :: Cafarnaüm
Cape Verde {prop} (country in Western Africa) :: Cap Verd {m}
capias {n} (arrest warrant) SEE: arrest warrant ::
capillary {n} (any of small blood vessels that connect arteries to veins) :: capil·lar {m}
capital {n} (money and wealth) :: capital {m}
capital {n} (uppermost part of a column) :: capitell {m}
capital {adj} (of prime importance) :: capital
capital {adj} (excellent) :: excel·lent
capital {adj} (involving punishment by death) :: capital
capital {adj} (uppercase) :: majúscula
capital {n} (capital letter) SEE: capital letter ::
capital {n} (capital city) SEE: capital city ::
capital city {n} (city designated as seat of government) :: capital {f}
capital expenditure {n} (funds to get\upgrade a longterm asset) :: despesa de capital {f}
capitalisation {n} (act or process of capitalising) :: majusculació {f}
capitalisation {n} (finance) :: capitalització {f}
capitalism {n} (socio-economic system based on private property rights) :: capitalisme
capitalist {adj} (supporting or endorsing capitalism) :: capitalista
capital letter {n} (letters A B C) :: lletra majúscula {f}, majúscula {f}
capital punishment {n} (punishment by death) :: pena capital {f}
Capitanian {prop} (subdivision of the Permian) :: Capitanià
capitol {n} (Any building where a legislature meets) :: capitoli {m}
capitol {n} (Capitoline temple of Jupiter) SEE: Capitol ::
capitol {n} (particular capitol buildings) SEE: Capitol ::
Capitol {prop} (legislative building in Washington, D.C.) :: Capitoli {m}
capon {n} (cockerel grown for food) :: capó {m}
Cappadocia {prop} (ancient region) :: Capadòcia {f}
Cappadocian {n} (person from Cappadocia) :: capadoci {m}, capadòcia {f}
Cappadocian {adj} (of or pertaining to Cappadocia) :: capadoci {m}, capadòcia {f}
caprice {n} (impulsive, seemingly unmotivated notion or action) :: capritx {m}, caprici {m}
caprice {n} (unpredictable or sudden condition, change, or series of changes) :: capritx {m}, caprici {m}
capsicum spray {n} (pepper spray) SEE: pepper spray ::
capsize {v} ((intransitive) to overturn) :: sotsobrar
capsule {n} (weasel) SEE: weasel ::
capsule {n} (physiology: membranous envelope) :: càpsula {f}
capsule {n} (botany: seed-case) :: càpsula {f}
capsule {n} (part of spacecraft containing crew's living space) :: càpsula {f}
capsule {n} (small container containing a dose of medicine) :: càpsula {f}
captain {n} (An army officer with a rank between the most senior grade of lieutenant and major) :: capità {m}
captain {n} (A naval officer with a rank between commander and commodore or rear admiral) :: capità {m}
captain {n} (One of the athletes on a sports team designated to make decisions) :: capità {m}
captain {v} (to act as a captain) :: capitanejar
captain {v} (to exercise command) :: pilotar [aircraft, ship]
Captain Obvious {n} (someone who makes superfluous statements) :: Capità Obvi {m}
caption {n} (capture) SEE: capture ::
captivity {n} (state of being captive) :: captivitat {f}, captiveri {m}
capture {n} (act of capturing) :: captura {f}
capture {v} (take control of) :: capturar
capybara {n} (Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris) :: capibara {m}
car {n} (automobile, a vehicle steered by a driver) :: cotxe {m}, automòbil {m}
car {n} (passenger-carrying unit in a subway or elevated train, whether powered or not) :: vagó {m}
car {n} (moving, load-carrying component of an elevator) :: cabina {f}
car {n} (railway car, railroad carriage) SEE: carriage ::
caracal {n} (Caracal caracal) :: caracal {m}
Caracalla {prop} (emperor) :: Caracalla
Caracas {prop} (capital of Venezuela) :: Caracas
carafe {n} (bottle for serving wine, water, or beverages) :: marraixa {f}, garrafa {f}
carambola {n} (fruit) SEE: star fruit ::
caramel {n} (confection) :: caramel {m}
caramelize {v} (brown sugar) :: acaramel·lar, caramel·litzar
carat {n} (weight) :: quirat {m}
carat {n} (measure of the purity of gold) :: quirat {m}
caravanserai {n} (an inn having a central courtyard where caravans can rest) :: caravanserrall {m}
caravel {n} (light lateen-rigged sailing vessel) :: caravel·la {f}
carbide {n} (any binary compound of carbon and a more electropositive element) :: carbur {m}
carbohydrate {n} (organic compounds; sugar, starch or cellulose) :: carbohidrat {m}, hidrat de carboni {m}
carbolic acid {n} (older name for phenol) :: àcid carbòlic {m}
carbon {n} (chemical element) :: carboni {m}
carbon {n} (impure carbon (e.g., coal, charcoal)) :: carbó {m}
carbonado {v} (to cut or hack) SEE: cut ::
carbonado {n} (impure form of polycrystalline diamond) :: carbonado {m}
carbon cycle {n} (cycle of carbon) :: cicle del carboni {m}
carbon dioxide {n} (CO₂) :: diòxid de carboni {m}, biòxid de carboni, anhídrid carbònic
carbonize {v} (turn something to carbon, especially by heating) :: carbonitzar
carbon monoxide {n} (chemical of the formula CO) :: monòxid de carboni {m}
carbon paper {n} (paper used to make carbon copies) :: paper carbó {m}
carbonyl chloride {n} (the compound COCl2) :: fosgen {m}
carboy {n} (demijohn) SEE: demijohn ::
carburetor {n} (a device in an internal combustion engine) :: carburador {m}
carburettor {n} (motor car part) SEE: carburetor ::
carburize {v} (carbonize) SEE: carbonize ::
carcass {n} (body of a dead human) SEE: corpse ::
Carcassonne {prop} (An old city) :: Carcassona {f}
carcinoma {n} (type of tumor) :: carcinoma {m}
card {n} (flat, normally rectangular piece of stiff paper, plastic etc.) :: targeta {f}
card {n} (playing card) SEE: playing card ::
card {n} (card game) SEE: card game ::
cardboard {n} (material resembling heavy paper) :: cartró {m}
card game {n} (any of very many games played with playing cards) :: joc de cartes {m}
cardia {n} (section of the esophagus that connects to the stomach) :: càrdies {m}
cardiac {adj} (pertaining to the heart) :: cardíac
cardigan {n} (type of sweater) :: càrdigan {m}
cardinal {adj} (of fundamental importance) :: cardinal
cardinal direction {n} (principal compass direction) SEE: cardinal point ::
cardinal number {n} (number denoting quantity) :: nombre cardinal {m}
cardinal number {n} (number used to denote the size of a set) :: nombre cardinal {m}
cardinal point {n} (cardinal point) :: punt cardinal {m}
cardio- {prefix} (pertaining to the heart) :: cardio-
cardiologist {n} (physician) :: cardiòleg {m}
cardiology {n} (study of the structure of the heart) :: cardiologia {f}
cardiomyopathy {n} (deterioration of the myocardium) :: miocardiopatia {f}, cardiomiopatia {f}
cardiopulmonary {adj} (Of, or pertaining to the heart and the lungs) :: cardiopulmonar
cardiovascular {adj} (relating to the circulatory system) :: cardiovascular
cardiovascular system {n} (circulatory system) SEE: circulatory system ::
cardoon {n} (perennial plant) :: herbacol {f}
cards {n} (card game) SEE: card game ::
care {n} (close attention, concern or responsibility) :: cura {f}, compte {m}
Care Bear {n} (fictional animal) SEE: Care Bears ::
Care Bears {n} (Fictional cartoon bears) :: Óssos Amorosos {m-p}
career {n} (one's calling in life; a person's occupation) :: carrera {f}
carefree {adj} (worry free, light hearted, etc.) :: despreocupat
careful {adj} (cautious) :: cautelós
careful {adj} (meticulous) :: curós
carefully {adv} (in a careful manner) :: acuradament
care killed the cat {proverb} (curiosity killed the cat) SEE: curiosity killed the cat ::
careless {adj} (not giving sufficient attention or thought) :: imprudent, negligent
careless {adj} (not concerned or worried) SEE: carefree ::
caress {v} (touch or kiss lovingly) :: acariciar {f}
caretaker {n} (One who takes care of a place or thing.) :: conserge {m}
cargo {n} (freight carried by a ship) :: càrrega {f}
cargo ship {n} (ship that carries cargo) :: vaixell de càrrega, carguer
Caribbean {adj} (Pertaining to the sea and region bounded by the American continent and the West Indies) :: caribeny {m}
Caribbean {prop} (sea) :: Carib {m}
Caribbean {prop} (countries) :: Carib {m}
Caribbean monk seal {n} (Monachus tropicalis) :: foca monjo del Carib {f}
Caribbean Sea {prop} (a tropical sea in the Western Hemisphere) :: Mar Carib {m}
caricaturesque {adj} (in the style of a caricature) :: caricaturesc
caricaturist {n} (person who draws caricatures) :: caricaturista {m} {f}
carillon {n} (a set of bells, often in a bell tower, originating from the Low Countries) :: carilló {m}
carious {adj} (decayed, rotten) SEE: rotten ::
Carl {prop} (male given names cognate to Carl) SEE: Charles ::
Carlism {n} (political movement) :: carlisme {m}
carmine {n} (purplish-red pigment) :: carmí {m}, grana {m}
carmine {n} (purplish-red colour) :: carmí
carminic acid {n} (carminic acid) :: àcid carmínic {m}
carnage {n} (death and destruction) :: carnatge {m}
carnal {adj} (relating to the physical and especially sexual appetites) :: carnal
carnal {adj} (of or relating to the body or flesh) :: carnal
carnation {n} (flower) :: clavell {m}
carnauba wax {n} (yellow-brown wax) :: cera de carnauba {f}
carnival {n} (festive occasion marked by parades) :: carnestoltes {m}, carnaval {m}
carnivore {n} (meat-eating animal) :: carnívor {m}
carnivore {n} (mammal of the order Carnivora) :: carnívor {m}
carnivorous {adj} (Of, or relating to carnivores, or the taxonomic order Carnivora) :: carnívor
carnivorous {adj} (Predatory or flesh-eating) :: carnívor
carnotite {n} (mineral) :: carnotita {f}
carob {n} (tree) :: garrover {m}
carob {n} (fruit) :: garrova {f} (garroví {m} is the hard part inside), garrofa {f}
carob {n} (chocolate-like confection) :: farina de garrova {f}
Carolingian {adj} (of or pertaining to the Frankish dynasty) :: carolingi
Carolingian {n} (member of a Frankish noble family) :: carolingi {m}, carolíngia {f}
Carolinian {adj} (Carolingian) SEE: Carolingian ::
carom billiards {n} (family of billiards games) :: billar de caramboles {m}
carotene {n} (class of plant pigments) :: carotè {m}
carotenoid {n} (class of organic compounds) :: carotenoide {m}
carotid {n} (major artery) :: caròtide {f}
carousel {n} (merry-go-round) SEE: merry-go-round ::
carp {n} (Any of various freshwater fish of the family Cyprinidae) :: carpa {f}
carpal {adj} (of or pertaining to the carpus) :: carpià
carpal bone {n} (carpal) SEE: carpal ::
carpale {n} (bone of the carpus) SEE: carpal ::
carpal tunnel {n} (passageway on the palmar side of the wrist) :: túnel carpià
carpal tunnel syndrome {n} (repetitive stress injury) :: síndrome del túnel carpià, síndrome del canal carpià
car park {n} (outdoor parking area) SEE: parking lot ::
Carpathians {prop} (mountainous system in Central Europe) :: Carpats {m}
carpenter {n} (carpentry person) :: fuster {m}, fustera {f}
carpentry {n} (trade of cutting and joining timber) :: fusteria {f}
carpet {n} (a fabric used as a floor covering) :: moqueta {f}, catifa {f}
carpet shark {n} (ferret) SEE: ferret ::
carpus {n} (the group of bones that make up the wrist) :: carp {m}
carrack {n} (ship) :: carraca {f}
carrageenan {n} (Food additive made from extract of red seaweed) :: carragahen {m}
carriage {n} (wheeled vehicle, generally drawn by horse power) :: carruatge {m}, cotxe {m}
carriage {n} (railroad car) :: vagó {m}
carrier {n} (person or object that carries someone or something else) :: portador {m}
carrier {n} (signal modulated to transmit information) :: portadora {f}
carrier {n} (person or organism that has inherited a trait or disease but displays no symptoms) :: portador {m}, portadora {f}
carrier wave {n} (electromagnetic wave) :: ona portadora {f}
carrion crow {n} (Corvus corone) :: cornella negra {f}
carrot {n} (Daucus carota ssp. sativus) :: pastanaga {f}, carota {f}
carry {v} (to carry) SEE: bear ::
carry {v} (to transport by lifting) :: portar
carry coals to Newcastle {v} (do something unneeded or redundant) :: portar aigua al mar (carry water to the sea)
carry out {v} (to carry out) SEE: fulfill ::
carry out {v} (To fulfill) :: dur a terme
cart {n} (small, open, wheeled vehicle, see also: wagon) :: carretó {m}, carret {m}, carreta {f}
Cartesian {adj} (of or pertaining to Descartes) :: cartesià
Cartesian {adj} (of or pertaining to coordinates based on orthogonal axes) :: cartesià
Carthage {prop} (ancient city in North Africa) :: Cartago
Carthaginian {adj} (of or pertaining to Carthage) :: cartaginès, púnic
Carthaginian {n} (person from Carthage) :: cartaginès {m}, cartaginesa {f}
cartilage {n} (dense connective tissue) :: cartílag {m}
cartload {n} (the amount that a cart can carry) :: carretada {f}
cartographer {n} (one who makes maps or charts) :: cartògraf {m}
cartographic {adj} (of or pertaining to the making of maps) :: cartogràfic
cartographical {adj} (cartographic) SEE: cartographic ::
cartography {n} (creation of charts and maps) :: cartografia {f}
cartomancy {n} (fortune-telling using cards) :: cartomància {f}
carton {n} (box-like container) :: bric {m}
carton-pierre {n} (papier-mâché made to resemble wood, stone, or metal) :: cartó pedra {m}
cartoon {n} (humorous drawing or strip) :: vinyeta {f}, tira còmica {f}
cartoon {n} (satire of public figures) :: caricatura {f}
cartoon {n} (artist's preliminary sketch) :: cartó {m}
cartoon {n} (animated cartoon) :: dibuixos animats {m-p}
cartridge {n} (vessel which contains the ink for a computer printer) :: cartutx {f}
carve {v} (cut) :: tallar
carve {v} (shape a work by cutting) :: tallar
carving {n} (the object produced) :: entallament {m}
car wash {n} (place at which a car is washed, often mechanically) :: centre de rentatge {m}
caryatid {n} (a sculpted female figure serving as an architectural element) :: cariàtide {f}
Casablanca {prop} (city) :: Casablanca {f}
case {n} (instance or event as a topic of study) :: cas {m}
case {n} (legal proceeding) :: causa {f}
case {n} (grammar: set of grammatical cases or their meanings) :: cas {m}
case {n} (box containing a number of identical items of manufacture) :: caixa {f}, capsa {f}
case {n} (piece of luggage that can be used to transport an apparatus) :: caixa {f}, maleta {f}
case {n} (suitcase) :: maleta {f}
case {n} (piece of furniture, constructed partially of transparent glass or plastic) :: vitrina {f}
case {n} (outer covering or framework of a piece of apparatus) :: caixa {f}
case {n} (typography: the nature of a piece of alphabetic type) :: caixa {f}
case {v} (to place into a box) :: empaquetar
case {n} (grammatical case) SEE: grammatical case ::
caseworker {n} (social worker) SEE: social worker ::
cash {n} (money in the form of notes/bills and coins) :: efectiu {m}
cash dispenser {n} (automated teller machine) SEE: automated teller machine ::
cashew {n} (tree) :: anacard {m}
cashew {n} (cashew nut) SEE: cashew nut ::
cashew nut {n} (the seed of the cashew tree) :: anacard {m}
cash flow {n} (stream of funds) :: flux de caixa {m}
cashier {v} (to dismiss from service) :: destituir
cashier {n} (one who works at a till or receives payments) :: caixer {m}
cashier {n} (person in charge of the cash of a business or bank) :: caixer {m}
cash in {v} (to die) SEE: die ::
cash machine {n} (automated teller machine) SEE: automated teller machine ::
cashpoint {n} (automated teller machine) SEE: automated teller machine ::
cash register {n} (machine) :: caixa registradora {f}
casino {n} (public building or room for entertainment, especially gambling) :: casino {m}
cask {n} (a large barrel for the storage of liquid) :: bóta {f}, tina {f}
casket {n} (little box e.g. for jewelry) :: cofret {m}, escriny {m}
casket {n} (urn) :: urna {f}
casket {n} (coffin) SEE: coffin ::
Caspian {adj} (Of or pertaining to Caspian Sea or the region around it.) :: caspi
Caspian Sea {prop} (landlocked sea) :: Mar Càspia
cassava {n} (manioc, the source of tapioca) :: mandioca {f}, iuca {f}
casserole {n} (glass or earthenware dish) :: casserola {f}, putxero {m}, olla {f}
casserole {n} (food, such as a stew, cooked in such a dish) :: olla {f}, putxero {m}
cassette {n} (small flat case containing magnetic tape) :: casset {f}
cassock {n} (item of clerical clothing) :: sotana {f}
cassowary {n} (a large flightless bird of the genus Casuarius) :: casuari {m}
cast {v} (to direct one's eyes) :: dirigir
cast {v} (to throw down or aside) :: llençar
cast {v} (to make by pouring into a mould) :: fondre
cast {v} (to deposit a ballot) :: votar
cast {n} (act of throwing) :: llançament {m}
cast {n} (group of actors performing together) :: repartiment {m}
cast {n} (medicine: supportive and immobilising device) :: enguixat
cast {n} (mould used to make cast objects) :: motlle {m}
castanet {n} (a single handheld percussion instrument) :: castanyoles {f-p}, castanyetes {f}, esclafidors {m-p}
castanets {n} (a percussion instrument) SEE: castanet ::
caste {n} (hereditary social class) :: casta {f}, nissaga {f}
castell {n} (human tower) :: castell {m}
Castellón de la Plana {prop} (city) :: Castelló de la Plana
Castile {prop} (medieval Iberian kingdom) :: Castella
Castile {prop} (central Spain) :: Castella
Castile and León {prop} (autonomous community of Spain) :: Castella i Lleó
Castile-La Mancha {prop} (autonomous community) :: Castella - la Manxa
Castile soap {n} (type of soap) :: sabó de Castella {m}
Castilian {prop} (language) :: castellà, espanyol
Castilian {n} (native of Castile) :: castellà {m}
casting {n} (selection of performers) :: càsting {m}
cast iron {n} (hard, brittle alloy of iron, carbon, silicon) :: ferro fos
castle {n} (fortified building) :: castell {m}
castle {v} (chess) :: enrocar
castle {n} (chess piece) SEE: rook ::
castle in the air {n} (desire, idea, or plan unlikely to ever be realized) :: castells en l'aire {m-p}
castor oil plant {n} (Ricinus communis) :: ricí {m}
cast out nines {v} (verification of an arithmetic operation) :: prova del nou {f}
castrate {v} (remove the testicles of) :: castrar
castration {n} (act of removing the testicles) :: castració {f}
casual {adj} (happening by chance) :: casual
casual {adj} (coming without regularity; occasional or incidental) :: ocasional
casual {adj} (informal, relaxed) :: informal
casual {adj} (designed for informal or everyday use) :: informal
casualty {n} (person) :: baixa {f}
casuistically {adv} (manner) :: casuísticament
casuistically {adv} (domain) :: casuísticament
cat {n} (spiteful woman) SEE: bitch ::
cat {n} (type of fish) SEE: catfish ::
cat {n} (domestic species) :: gat {m}, gata {f}, mix {m}, mixa {f}, moix {m}, moixa {f}
cat {n} (member of the family Felidae) :: gat {m}, gata {f}, felí {m}, felina {f}
catabolism {n} (destructive metabolism) :: catabolisme {m}
cataclysm {n} (sudden, violent event) :: cataclisme {m}
cataclysm {n} (sudden and violent change in the earth's crust) :: cataclisme {m}
catacomb {n} (underground system of tunnels and chambers with recesses for graves) :: catacumba {f}
Catalan {n} (Person from Catalonia) :: català {m}, catalana {f}
Catalan {n} (The language of Catalonia) :: català {m}
Catalan {adj} (Of or pertaining to Catalonia) :: català
Catalan Countries {prop} (territories where Catalan is spoken) :: Països Catalans {m-p}
Catalan Countries {prop} (hypothetical independent country) :: Països Catalans {m-p}, Catalunya {f}
Catalanism {n} (patriotic feeling of being Catalan) :: catalanisme {m}
Catalanism {n} (Catalan word or phrase) :: catalanada {f}
Catalanization {n} (act of effect of Catalanizing) :: catalanització {f}
Catalanize {v} (render more typical to Catalan) :: catalanitzar
Catalanness {n} (identification or conformity with Catalan values and customs) :: catalanitat {f}
Catalanophobia {n} (Dislike of Catalan people, culture of language) :: catalanofòbia, anticatalanisme
Catalanophone {adj} (Catalan-speaking) :: catalanoparlant
Catalanophone {n} (Catalan speaker) :: catalanoparlant
catalepsy {n} (catalepsy) :: catalèpsia {f}
catalogue {n} (a systematic list of names, books, pictures etc.) :: catàleg {m}
catalogue {n} (a complete list of items) :: catàleg {m}
catalogue {n} (a list of all the publications in a library) :: catàleg {m}
Catalonia {prop} (autonomous community in Spain) :: Catalunya {f}
Catalonian {adj} (Catalan) SEE: Catalan ::
Catalonian {n} (Catalan) SEE: Catalan ::
catalysis {n} (chemistry: the increase of the rate of a chemical reaction induced by a catalyst) :: catàlisi {f}
catalyst {n} (substance which increases the rate of a chemical reaction without being consumed in the process) :: catalitzador {m}
catalyst {n} (someone or something that helps or encourages progress or change) :: catalitzador {m}
catalytic {adj} (of, or relating to catalysts) :: catalític
catalyze {v} (to bring about the catalysis of a chemical reaction) :: catalitzar
catalyze {v} (to accelerate a process) :: catalitzar
Catania {prop} (province of Sicily) :: Catània {f}
Catania {prop} (capital of Catania) :: Catània {f}
Catanzaro {prop} (town and capital) :: Catanzaro
cataphora {n} (referring to a noun that appears later) :: catàfora {f}
cataplasm {n} (poultice) SEE: poultice ::
catapult {n} (slingshot) SEE: slingshot ::
catapult {n} (device for launching large objects) :: catapulta {f}
catapult {v} (to fire a missile from a catapult) :: catapultar
catapult {v} (to increase the status rapidly) :: catapultar
cataract {n} (opacity of the lens in the eye) :: cataracta {f}
catastrophe {n} (any large and disastrous event of great significance) :: catàstrofe {f}
catastrophe {n} (Ancient Greek tragedies: the solution of the plot) :: catàstrofe {f}
catastrophic {adj} (of or pertaining to a catastrophe) :: catastròfic
catastrophic {adj} (disastrous; ruinous) :: catastròfic
catcall {n} (shout or whistle expressing dislike) :: xiulada {f}
catch a buzz {v} (start to get drunk) :: anar content
catcher {n} (baseball player who receives pitches) :: receptor {m}, receptora {f}
catchy {adj} (instantly appealing and memorable) :: enganxós
catechism {n} (book summarizing the principles of Christianity) :: catecisme {m}
catechumen {n} (convert to Christianity prior to baptism) :: catecumen
categorical {adj} (absolute; having no exception) :: categòric
categorically {adv} (In a categorical manner) :: categòricament
categorize {v} (to assign a category) :: categoritzar
category {n} (group) :: categoria {f}
category {n} (collection in math) :: categoria {f}
caterpillar {n} (larva of a butterfly) :: eruga {f}
caterpillar {n} (vehicle with a caterpillar track) :: eruga {f}
caterpillar track {n} (continuous track in the form of steel or rubber belt) :: eruga {f}
catfish {n} (type of fish) :: silur {m}
cat flap {n} (small hinged panel cut into a door where a cat can come in) :: gatonera {f}, gatera {f}
cat-flap {n} (cat flap) SEE: cat flap ::
Cathay {prop} (Medieval northern China) :: Catai {m}
cathedral {n} (principal church of a bishop's diocese) :: catedral {f}
Catherine {prop} (female given name) :: Caterina {f}
catheter {n} (small tube inserted into a body cavity) :: catèter {m}
cathode {n} (electrode through which current flows outward) :: càtode {m}
Catholic {adj} (of the Western Christian church, as differentiated from the Orthodox church) :: catòlic
Catholic {adj} (of the Roman Catholic church) :: catòlic
Catholic {n} (member of a Catholic church) :: catòlic {m}
Catholically {adv} (In a Catholic manner) :: catòlicament
Catholic Church {n} (24 particular churches in full communion with the Pope as the Bishop of Rome) :: Església Catòlica {f}
Catholicism {n} (faiths, practices and doctrines of a Catholic Church) :: catolicisme {m}
catholicity {n} (Catholicism) SEE: Catholicism ::
cation {n} (a positively charged ion) :: catió {m}
catlike {adj} (resembling a cat) :: felí
catmint {n} (catnip) SEE: catnip ::
catnip {n} (specific species which causes intoxication among cats) :: herba gatera
cattle {n} (domesticated bovine animals) :: bestiar {m}
cattle grid {n} (grid of parallel metal bars) :: barrera canadenca {f}
Caucasus {prop} (a mountain range) :: Caucas
Caucasus {prop} (geographic region) :: Caucas {m}
caudal fin {n} (the tailfin of a fish and other aquatic vertebrates) :: aleta caudal {f}
caul {n} (a style of close-fitting circular cap) :: còfia {f}
cauldron {n} (large bowl-shaped pot) :: caldera {f}, calder {m}
cauliflower {n} (Vegetable) :: coliflor {f}, bròquil blanc {m}
cauliflower {n} (Edible head of a cauliflower plant) :: coliflor {f}
cauline {adj} (growing immediately on a caulis; of or pertaining to a caulis) :: caulinar
caulk {v} (to seal joints with caulk) :: calafatar
causal {adj} (of, relating to or being a cause of something) :: causal
causality {n} (agency of cause) :: causalitat {f}
causate {v} (cause) SEE: cause ::
causation {n} (causality) SEE: causality ::
cause {n} (source or reason of an event or action) :: causa {f}
cause {n} (goal, aim, principle) :: causa {f}
cause and effect {n} (causality) SEE: causality ::
caustic {adj} (capable of destroying organic tissue) :: càustic
caustic {n} (caustic soda) SEE: caustic soda ::
causticity {n} (the quality of being caustic) :: causticitat {f}
caustic soda {n} (sodium hydroxide) :: sosa càustica {f}
cauterization {n} (act of searing some morbid part) :: cauterització {f}
cauterize {v} (burn tissue) :: cauteritzar
cautious {adj} (careful) :: cautelós, caut
cautiously {adv} (in a cautious manner) :: cautelosament
cavalcade {n} (company of riders) :: cavalcada {f}
cavalry {n} (military service that fights with riding horses) :: cavalleria {f}
cave {n} (large, naturally occurring cavity formed underground) :: cova {f}
caveat {n} (warning) :: advertència {f}, advertiment {m}
caveman {n} (early humans or related species) :: cavernícola {m} {f}
caviar {n} (roe of the sturgeon or other large fish (black caviar)) :: caviar {m}
cavity {n} (hole or hollow depression) :: cavitat {f}
cavity {n} (hollow area within the body) :: cavitat {f}
cavity {n} (hole and soft area in tooth caused by caries) :: càries {f}
cavy {n} (guinea pig) SEE: guinea pig ::
caw {v} (to make the cry of a crow, rook, or raven) :: grallar
cease {v} (intransitive) :: cessar
cease {v} (transitive) :: cessar
cease-fire {n} (in warfare, an agreed end to hostilities for a specific purpose) :: alto el foc {m}
Cebu {prop} (island in central Philippines) :: illa de Cebú
Cebuano {n} (language) :: cebuà {m}
Cebuano {adj} (pertaining to the language or its speakers) :: cebuà
cecidium {n} (cecidium) :: cecidi {m}
Cecilia {prop} (female given name) :: Cecília {f}
Cecina {prop} (town in the province of Livorno) :: Cecina
cedar {n} (coniferous tree in genus Cedrus) :: cedre
cedilla {n} (mark placed under the letter c) :: trencat {m}
cee {n} (name of the letter C, c) :: ce {f}
ceil {n} (ceiling) SEE: ceiling ::
ceiling {n} (upper limit of room) :: sostre {m}
ceiling fan {n} (fan fixture on a ceiling) :: ventilador del sostre
ceilometer {n} (device) :: ceilòmetre {m}
celebrate {v} (honour by rites, ceremonies, etc.) :: celebrar
celebrate {v} (to engage in joyful activity in appreciation of an event) :: celebrar
celebration {n} (social gathering for entertainment and fun) :: celebració {f}
celebrity {n} (famous person) :: celebritat {f}
celebrity {n} (fame) :: celebritat {f}
celeriac {n} (form of celery) :: api-rave {m}
celery {n} (herb) :: api {m}
celery {n} (the stalks of this herb) :: api {m}
celery salt {n} (spice) :: sal d'api {m}
celesta {n} (musical instrument) :: celesta {f}
celestially {adv} (in a celestial manner) :: celestialment
celestial sphere {n} (abstract sphere of infinite radius) :: esfera celeste {f}
celestine {n} (mineral) :: celestina {f}
Celia {prop} (female given name) :: Cèlia {f}
celibacy {n} (state of being unmarried) :: celibat {m}
cell {n} (component of an electrical battery) :: pila {f}
cell {n} (room in a prison for containing inmates) :: calabós {m}, cel·la {f}
cell {n} (room in a monastery for sleeping one person) :: cel·la {m}
cell {n} (basic unit of a living organism) :: cèl·lula {f}
cellist {n} (person who plays the cello) :: violoncel·lista {m} {f}
cell nucleus {n} (cytology: large organelle found in cells) SEE: nucleus ::
cello {n} (musical instrument) :: violoncel {m}
cell phone {n} (mobile phone) SEE: mobile phone ::
cellular {n} (mobile phone) SEE: mobile phone ::
cellular {adj} (of, relating to, consisting of, or resembling a cell or cells) :: cel·lular
cellular phone {n} (mobile phone) SEE: mobile phone ::
cellulose {n} (the polysaccharide cellulose) :: cel·lulosa {f}
cell wall {n} (thick layer around cells of plants, fungi, and algae) :: paret cel·lular
Celt {prop} (ancient) :: celta {m} {f}
Celtiberian {n} (person) :: celtiber {m}
Celtic {prop} (branch of languages) :: celta {m}, cèltic {m}
Celtic {adj} (of the Celts; of the style of the Celts) :: cèltic {m}
cembalo {n} (cembalo) SEE: harpsichord ::
cement {n} (a powdered substance) :: ciment
cementum {n} (cementum) :: cement {m}
cemetery {n} (a place where the dead are buried) SEE: graveyard ::
Cenomanian {prop} :: Cenomanià
cenotaph {n} (monument to honor the dead whose bodies lie elsewhere) :: cenotafi {m}
Cenozoic {adj} (of a geological era from 65 million years ago to present) :: cenozoic {m}, cenozoica {f}
Cenozoic {prop} (geological epoch) :: cenozoic {m}
censer {n} (religious ornamental container for burning incense) :: encenser {m}
censor {n} (Roman magistrate) :: censor {m}
censor {n} (official responsible for removal of objectionable or sensitive content) :: censor {m}
censor {n} (one who condemns or censors) :: censor {m}
censor {v} (to review in order to remove objectionable content) :: censurar
censor {v} (to remove objectionable content) :: censurar
censurer {n} (censor) SEE: censor ::
census {n} (official count of members of a population) :: cens {m}
cent {n} (subunit of currency in US and elsewhere) :: centau {m} (for American continent coints), cèntim {m} (for the rest)
cent {n} (one-hundredth of a euro) :: cèntim {m}
centaur {n} (mythical half-man, half-horse) :: centaure {m}
center {n} (point equidistant from all points on the perimeter of a circle) :: centre {m}
center {n} (in basketball) :: pivot {m} {f}
center {n} (in ice hockey) :: central {m}
centimetre {n} (one-hundredth of a metre) :: centímetre {m}
centipede {n} (a segmented arthropod of class Chilopoda) :: centpeus
centisecond {n} (unit of time equal to 0.01 seconds) :: centisegon {m}
central {adj} (being in the centre) :: central
central {adj} (being the most important) :: central
central {adj} (having or containing the centre of something) :: central
Central African Republic {prop} (country in Central Africa) :: República Centreafricana {f}
Central Europe {prop} (geographical region in the center of Europe) :: Europa Central {f}
central heating {n} (heating system) :: calefacció central {f}
centralise {v} (centralise) SEE: centralize ::
centralism {n} (system that centralizes) :: centralisme {m}
centralize {v} (to move things physically towards the centre; to consolidate or concentrate) :: centralitzar
centralize {v} (to move power to a single, central authority) :: centralitzar
centrally {adv} (in a central manner or situation) :: centralment
centre {n} (center) SEE: center ::
centre {v} (center) SEE: center ::
centre circle {n} (the circle in the centre of the pitch in soccer) :: cercle central {m}
centre forward {n} (most central of the strikers) :: davanter centre
centriole {n} (barrel shaped microtubule) :: centríol {m}
centripetal {adj} (directed or moving towards a centre) :: centrípet {m}
centripetal {adj} (of, relating to, or operated by centripetal force) :: centrípet {m}
centripetal {adj} (directed towards the central nervous system) :: centrípet {m}
centrism {n} (moderate political philosophy) :: centrisme {m}
century {n} (100 years) :: segle {m}, centúria {f}
century {n} (Roman army type unit) :: centúria {f}
century {n} (political division of Rome) :: centúria {f}
cephalalgia {n} (headache) SEE: headache ::
cephalic {adj} (of or referring to the head) :: cefàlic
Cephas {prop} (male given name) :: Cefes
ceramic {n} (material) :: ceràmica {f}
cerebellum {n} (part of the hindbrain in vertebrates) :: cerebel {m}
cerebral {adj} (of, or relating to the brain) :: cerebral
cerebral {adj} (intellectual) :: cerebral
cerebral aqueduct {n} (channel in the brain) :: aqüeducte cerebral {m}
cerebral cortex {n} (layer of the brain) :: escorça cerebral {f}
cerebral hemisphere {n} (region of the brain) :: hemisferi {m}
cerebral palsy {n} (group of non-contagious conditions) :: paràlisi cerebral {f}
cerebrospinal {adj} (Of, or pertaining to brain or spine) :: cefaloraquidi, cerebrospinal
cerebrospinal fluid {n} (clear bodily fluid) :: líquid cefaloraquidi {m}, líquid cerebrospinal {m}
ceremonial {adj} (of, relating to, or used in a ceremony) :: cerimonial
ceremony {n} (ritual with religious significance) :: cerimònia {f}
cerite {n} (cerite) :: cerita {f}
cerium {n} (chemical element) :: ceri {m}
certain {adj} (sure, positive, not doubting) :: cert
certain {determiner} (having been determined but not specified) :: cert
certainly {adv} (with certainty) :: certament
certainly {adv} (without doubt, surely) :: certament
certainly {adv} (emphatic affirmative answer) :: certament
certainty {n} (state of being certain) :: certesa {f}
certifiable {adj} (that can or must be certified) :: certificable
certifiable {adj} (mentally ill) :: boig
certificate {n} (a document containing a certified statement) :: certificat {m}
certification {n} (act of certifying) :: certificació {f}
cerumen {n} (earwax) SEE: earwax ::
cerussite {n} (mineral) :: cerussita {f}
cervicide {n} (deerslaughter) SEE: deerslaughter ::
cervid {n} (member of Cervidae) :: cèrvid {m}
cervix {n} (neck) SEE: neck ::
cervix {n} (lower, narrow portion of the uterus where it joins with the top end of the vagina) :: cèrvix {f}
cesarean section {n} (Caesarean section) SEE: Caesarean section ::
cesspit {n} (pit for sewage) :: pou negre {m}
c'est la vie {phrase} (such is life) SEE: such is life ::
cetane {n} (C16H34) :: cetà {m}
cetology {n} (study of cetaceans) :: cetologia
Ceylon {prop} (Sri Lanka) SEE: Sri Lanka ::
Ceylon {prop} (old name for Sri Lanka) :: Ceilan
Chad {prop} (country) :: Txad {m}
Chadian {adj} (pertaining to Chad) :: txadià
Chadian {n} (person from Chad) :: txadià {m}
chafe {n} (injury or wear caused by friction) :: coïssor {f}
chafe {n} (vexation; irritation of mind; rage) :: ràbia {f}
chafe {v} (to fret and wear by rubbing) :: desgastar
chafe {v} (to rub; to come together so as to wear by rubbing; to wear by friction) :: desgastar
chafe {v} (to be worn by rubbing) :: pelar
chafe {v} (to be vexed; to fret; to be irritated) :: coure
chaff {n} (inedible parts of grain plant) :: pallús {m}
chaffinch {n} (bird) :: pinsà {m}
Chagatai {prop} (extinct Turkic language) :: txagatai {m}
chain {n} (series of interconnected rings or links) :: cadena {f}
chain {n} (series of interconnected things) :: cadena {f}
chain {n} (series of stores or businesses with the same brand name) :: cadena {f}
chain {n} (number of atoms in a series, which combine to form a molecule) :: cadena {f}
chainsaw {n} (saw with a power-driven chain) :: serra de cadena {f}
chair {n} (furniture) :: cadira {f}
chair {n} (distinguished professorship) :: càtedra {f}
chair {v} (to act as chairperson) :: presidir
chaise longue {n} (reclining chair with a long seat) :: chaise longue {f}, chaise-longue {f}
chalaza {n} (zoology: spiral band) :: calaza {f}
chalaza {n} (botany: location) :: calaza {f}
chalazion {n} (a cyst in the eyelid) :: calazi {m}
Chalcedon {prop} (town in Asia Minor) :: Calcedònia {f}
chalcedony {n} (form of fine-grained quartz) :: calcedònia {f}
chalcopyrite {n} (mineral) :: calcopirita {f}
Chaldea {prop} (region in the southern portion of Babylonia) :: Caldea {f}
Chaldean {adj} (of ancient Babylonia) SEE: Babylonian ::
Chaldean {n} (native of Chaldea) :: caldeu {m}, caldea {f}
chalice {n} (large drinking cup) :: calze {m}
chalk {n} (a soft, white, powdery limestone) :: creta {f}
chalk {n} (a piece of chalk used for drawing and on a blackboard) :: guix {m}
chalk {n} (... prevent from falling when climbing) :: magnèsia {f}
challenge {n} (that which encourages someone to do something they otherwise would not) :: desafiament {m}, repte {m}
challenge {v} (to invite someone to take part in a competition) :: desafiar
challenging {adj} (difficult; hard to do) :: desafiador
chamber {n} (bedroom) :: cambra {f}
chamber {n} (legislative body) :: cambra {f}
chamber {n} (enclosed space similar to a room) :: cambra {f}
chamber {n} (part of a firearm holding the round before firing) :: recambra {f}, cambra {f}
chamber {n} (chamber pot) SEE: chamber pot ::
chamber of commerce {n} (community business association) :: cambra de comerç {f}
chamber pot {n} (a container used for urination and defecation, see also: urinal; chemical toilet) :: gibrelleta {f}, orinal {m}
chameleon {n} (reptile) :: camaleó {m}
chameleon {n} (person with inconstant behavior) :: camaleó {m}
chamois {n} (goat) :: isard
chamois leather {n} (suede leather) SEE: suede ::
champagne {n} (sparkling white wine produced in Champagne) :: xampany {m}
Champagne {n} (region of France) :: Xampanya {f}
Champagne {n} (champagne) SEE: champagne ::
champian {n} (field of inquiry or study) SEE: field ::
champian {n} (flat expanse of land) SEE: plain ::
champian {n} (species of landscape) SEE: plain ::
champian {n} (level open countryside) SEE: plain ::
champian {n} (battlefield) SEE: battlefield ::
champion {n} (someone who has been winner in a contest) :: campió {m}
championship {n} (competition to determine a champion) :: campionat {m}
Champions League {prop} (the highest-level European club football tournament) :: Lliga de Campions {f}
chance {n} (an opportunity or possibility) :: oportunitat {f}
chance {n} (random occurrence) :: atzar {m}
chance {n} (probability of something happening) :: probabilitat {f}
chance {v} (to try or risk) :: arriscar-se
chancel {n} (space around the altar in a church) :: presbiteri {m}
change {v} (to become something different) :: canviar
change {v} (to make something into something different) :: canviar, modificar
change {n} (the process of becoming different) :: canvi {m}
change {n} (small denominations of money given in exchange for a larger denomination) :: canvi {m}
change {n} (money given back) :: canvi {m}
change management {n} (management of personnel transitioning) :: gestió del canvi {f}
change one's mind {v} (to decide differently than one had decided before) :: canviar d'opinió
Changhsingian {prop} :: Txangsingià
Chang Jiang {prop} (Yangtze) SEE: Yangtze ::
channel hop {v} (zap) SEE: zap ::
channel surf {v} (zap) SEE: zap ::
chanoyu {n} (tea ceremony) SEE: tea ceremony ::
chansonnier {n} (book) :: cançoner {m}
chansonnier {n} (singer of chansons) :: cançoner {m}
chanterelle {n} (Cantharellus cibarius) :: rossinyol {m}
chaos {n} (state of disorder) :: caos {m}
chaos theory {n} (chaos theory) :: teoria del caos {f}
chaotic {adj} (Filled with chaos) :: caòtic
chaotic {adj} (Extremely disorganized or in disarray) :: caòtic
chaotically {adv} (In a chaotic manner) :: caòticament
chapel {n} (place of worship) :: capella {f}
chaplain {n} (member of a religious body) :: capellà {m}
chapter {n} (section in a book) :: capítol {m}
chapter {n} (an administrative division of an organization) :: divisió {f}
char {v} (to burn something to charcoal) :: carbonitzar
character {n} (being in a story) :: personatge {m}
character {n} (distinguishing feature) :: caràcter {m}
character {n} (complex of mental and ethical traits marking a person or a group) :: tarannà, caràcter
character {n} (notable or eccentric person) :: personatge {m}
character {n} (symbol for a sound or a word) :: caràcter {m}
characteristic {adj} (being a distinguishing feature of a person or thing) :: característic
characteristic {n} (distinguishing feature) :: característica {f}
characteristic {n} (integer part of a logarithm) :: característica {f}
characteristically {adv} (in a usual or expected way) :: característicament
characterization {n} (act or process of characterizing) :: caracterització {f}
characterize {v} (to depict someone or something a particular way) :: caracteritzar
characterize {v} (to determine the characteristics of) :: caracteritzar
charade {n} (riddle) :: xarada {f}
chard {n} (Beta vulgaris subsp. cicla) :: bleda {f}
charge {n} (load or burden) :: càrrega {f}
charge {n} (amount of money levied for a service) :: cost {m}, preu {f}
charge {n} (instruction) :: encàrrec {f}
charge {n} (ground attack) :: càrrega {f}
charge {n} (electric charge) :: càrrega {f}
charge {n} (basketball: offensive foul) :: càrrega {f}
charge {v} (to formally accuse of a crime) :: acusar, inculpar
charger {n} (a device that charges or recharges) :: carregador {m}
chariot {n} (vehicle used in warfare) :: carro {m}
chariot {n} (carriage used for ceremonial or pleasure purposes) :: carro {m}, carruatge {m}, carrossa {f}
charisma {n} (personal charm or magnetism) :: carisma {m}
charismatic {adj} (of, related to, or having charisma) :: carismàtic
charismatic {adj} (of, related to, or being a member of a form of Christianity) :: carismàtic
charity {n} (attitude) :: caritat {f}
charity {n} (providing of goods or money) :: caritat {f}
charity stripe {n} (free-throw line) SEE: free-throw line ::
charlatan {n} (malicious trickster) :: xarlatà {m}
Charlemagne {prop} (king of the Franks) :: Carlemany {m}
Charles {prop} (given name) :: Carles {m}
Charles's law {prop} (physical law stating the density of an ideal gas is inversely proportional to its temperature at constant pressure) :: llei de Charles i Gay-Lussac {f}, llei de Gay-Lussac {f}, llei de Charles {f}
charm {n} (something with magic power) :: amulet {m}
charm {n} (quality of inspiring delight or admiration) :: encant {m}
charm {n} (property of subatomic particle) :: encant {m}
charming {adj} (pleasant, charismatic) :: encantador, encisador
Charon {prop} (the ferryman of Hades) :: Caront {m}
chart {n} (map) SEE: map ::
chart {n} (graph) SEE: graph ::
chart {n} (table) SEE: table ::
chase {n} (hunt) SEE: hunt ::
chase {v} (to hunt) SEE: hunt ::
chase {n} (action of the verb "to chase") :: persecució {f}
chase {v} (to pursue, to follow at speed) :: perseguir, empaitar, encalçar
chasma {n} (aurora) SEE: aurora ::
chasma {n} (long, narrow, steep-sided depression) :: chasma
chaste {adj} (modest) SEE: modest ::
chaste {adj} (innocent) SEE: innocent ::
chastely {adv} (in a chaste manner) :: castament
chasten {v} (purify) SEE: purify ::
chastity {n} (abstaining from sexual activity) :: castedat {f}
chat {v} (be engaged in informal conversation) :: xerrar
chat {n} (exchange of text or voice messages in real time) :: xat {m}
chatterbox {n} (one who chats or talks to excess) :: xerraire {m} {f}
Chattian {prop} (a subdivision of the Oligocene epoch) :: Chattià
chatty {adj} (chatting a lot or fond of chatting) :: xerraire
chauffeur {n} (a person employed to drive a motor car) :: xofer {m}, xòfer {m}
chauvinism {n} (excessive patriotism) :: xovinisme {m}
chauvinist {adj} (pertaining to chauvinism) :: xovinista
chauvinist {n} (chauvinist person) :: xovinista
chauvinist {adj} (chauvinistic) SEE: chauvinistic ::
chauvinistic {adj} (of or pertaining to chauvinism or chauvinists) :: xovinista
chavender {n} (chub) SEE: chub ::
cheap {adj} (low in price) :: barat
cheap {adj} (of poor quality) :: barat
cheat {v} (violate rules to gain advantage) :: trampejar, mentir
cheat {v} (being unfaithful) :: enganyar
cheat {v} (manage to avoid something) :: enganyar
cheat {n} (someone who is dishonest or cheats) :: trampós
cheat {n} (unfair advantage in a computer game) :: truc
cheater {n} (cheat) SEE: cheat ::
Cheboksary {prop} (city) :: Txeboksari
Chechen {adj} (of or pertaining to Chechnya) :: txetxè
Chechen {n} (person) :: txetxè {m}, txetxena {f}
Chechen {prop} (language) :: txetxè {m}
Chechnya {prop} (federal subject of Russia) :: Txetxènia {f}
check {n} (a bill, particularly at a restaurant) :: compte {m}
check {n} (an inspection or examination) :: inspecció {f}
check {v} (to inspect, examine) :: comprovar, verificar
check {v} (to verify or compare with a source of information) :: verificar, comparar, comprovar
check {n} (bank order) SEE: cheque ::
checkerboard {n} (game board) :: àbac {m}
checkered {adj} (divided into squares) :: escacat, endauat
checkers {n} (draughts) SEE: draughts ::
checkmate {interj} (said when making the conclusive move in chess) :: escac i mat
checksum {n} (number serving to detect error) :: suma de verificació {f}, checksum {m}
checkup {n} (physical checkup) :: revisió mèdica {f}
cheek {n} (part of face) :: galta {f}
cheekbone {n} (bone) :: pòmul {m}, zigoma {m}
cheeky {adj} (impudent; impertinent) :: descarat
cheep {v} (make high-pitched sounds) :: piular
cheers {interj} (toast when drinking) :: salut
cheese {n} (dairy product) :: formatge {m}
cheesecake {n} (dessert food) :: pastís de formatge {m}
cheesemaker {n} (person skilled in making cheese) :: formatger {m}, formatgera {f}
cheesemonger {n} (someone who sells cheese) :: formatger {m}
cheetah {n} (Acinonyx jubatus) :: guepard
chef {n} (head cook of an establishment such as a restaurant) :: xef {m}
chelation {n} (formation of a polydentate chelate compound from a metal salt) :: quelació {f}
chemical {adj} (relating to chemistry) :: químic
chemical element {n} (any one of the simplest chemical substances that cannot be decomposed in a chemical reaction) :: element químic {m}
chemically {adv} (using a chemical reaction, process or operation) :: químicament
chemical species {n} (chemical species) :: espècie química {f}
chemist {n} (person working in chemistry) :: químic {m}, química {f}
chemist {n} (pharmacy) SEE: pharmacy ::
chemist {n} (pharmacist) SEE: pharmacist ::
chemistry {n} (branch of natural science) :: química {f}
chemistry {n} (application of chemical theory and method to a particular substance) :: química {f}
chemistry {n} (mutual attraction between two people) :: química {f}
chemist's {n} (pharmacy) SEE: pharmacy ::
chemotherapy {n} (therapeutic chemical treatment) :: quimioteràpia {f}
chemotherapy {n} (chemical treatment to kill or halt cancer) :: quimioteràpia {f}
cheque {n} (a note promising to pay money to a named person or entity) :: xec {m}, taló {m}
cherish {v} (to treat with affection, nurture with care) :: acotiar
Chernobyl {n} (city in Ukraine) :: Txernòbil
cherry {n} (fruit) :: cirera {f}
cherry {n} (tree) :: cirerer {m}
cherry {n} (color) :: cirera {f}
cherry plum {n} (the fruit) :: mirabolà
chert {n} (mineral) :: sílex
cherub {n} (winged creature represented in the Bible as attending on God) :: querubí {m}
cherub {n} (statue or other depiction of such a being) :: querubí {m}
chervil {n} (spice) :: cerfull {m}
Cheshire cat {prop} (fictional grinning cat) :: Gat de Cheshire {m}
chess {n} (two-player board game) :: escacs {m-p}
chessboard {n} (square board used in the game of chess) :: àbac {m}
chessman {n} (chess piece) SEE: chess piece ::
chess piece {n} (any of the 16 white and 16 black pieces used in playing the game of chess) :: peça d'escacs {f}
chesspiece {n} (chessman) SEE: chess piece ::
chest {n} (strong box) :: arca {f}, cofre {f}
chest {n} (thorax) :: pit {m}, tòrax {m}
chest {n} (coffin) SEE: coffin ::
chest cavity {n} (thoracic cavity) SEE: thoracic cavity ::
chestnut {n} (nut of the chestnut tree) :: castanya {f}
chestnut {n} (reddish-brown colour) :: castany {m}, marró {m}
chestnut {adj} (of a deep reddish-brown colour) :: castany, marró
chestnut {n} (chestnut tree) SEE: chestnut tree ::
chestnut tree {n} (tree that bears chestnuts) :: castanyer {m}
chest pass {n} (chest pass) :: passada de pit {f}
chevin {n} (chub) SEE: chub ::
chevron {n} (heraldry: wide inverted V) :: xebró {m}
chew {v} (to crush food with teeth prior to swallowing) :: mastegar, masticar
chewing gum {n} (flavoured preparation for chewing) :: xiclet {m}
chi {n} (Greek letter) :: khi {f}
chiaroscuro {n} (artistic technique using exaggerated light contrasts) :: clarobscur {m}
chiasmus {n} ((rhetoric) an inversion of the relationship between the elements of phrases) :: quiasme {m}
chicane {n} (a temporary barrier or serpentine curve) :: xicana {f}
chick {n} (young chicken) :: pollet {m}, butza {f} (quan encara no té plomes)
chickadee {n} (songbird) :: mallerenga {f}
chicken {n} (bird) :: pollastre {m}, gallina {f}, gall {m}, butza {f} (encara no té plomes)
chicken {n} (meat) :: pollastre {m}
chicken {n} (coward) :: gallina {m} {f}
chicken breast {n} (chicken body meat) :: pit de pollastre {m}
chicken coop {n} (small building for poultry) SEE: henhouse ::
chicken leg {n} (cooked chicken leg) :: cuixa de pollastre {f}
chickpea {n} (plant) :: cigronera {f}, [Algherese] ciuró
chickpea {n} (seed) :: cigró {m}
chief {n} (leader of group, etc.) :: cap {m}
chief {n} (head of an organization) :: cap {m}
chief {n} (heraldic term) :: cap {m}
chief {adj} (primary; principal) :: principal
chiefly {adv} (mainly) :: principalment
chief of state {n} (the titular head of a nation) SEE: head of state ::
chiffchaff {n} (Phylloscopus collybita) :: mosquiter {m}
child {n} (a female or male child, a daughter or son) :: nen
child {n} (a minor) :: nen
child abuse {n} (mistreatment of a child) :: maltractament infantil {m}
child-fucker {n} (contemptible person) SEE: motherfucker ::
childhood {n} (state of being a child) :: infància {f}, infantesa
childhood {n} (time when one is a child) :: infància {f}
child language {n} (the language spoken by a child) :: llenguatge infantil {m}, idioma infantil {m}
Chile {prop} (country in South America) :: Xile {m}
Chilean {adj} (pertaining to Chile) :: xilè
Chilean {adj} (pertaining to a Chilean person or Chileans) :: xilè
Chilean {n} (person from Chile) :: xilè {m}, xilena {f}
chilling {adj} (causing cold) :: refrescant
chilling {adj} (causing mild fear) :: esgarrifós, glaçador
chimera {n} (flame-spewing monster, see also: Chimera) :: quimera {f}
chimera {n} (foolish thought, product of the imagination) :: quimera {f}
chimera {n} (organism with genetically distinct cells from two or more zygotes) :: quimera {f}
Chimera {prop} (mythical monster) :: quimera
chimney {n} (vertical tube or hollow column; a flue) :: xemeneia {f}
chimney {n} (narrow cleft in a rock face) :: xemeneia {f}
chimney sweep {n} (occupation) :: escura-xemeneies {m} {f}
chimpanzee {n} (ape) :: ximpanzé {m}
chin {n} (bottom of a face) :: mentó {m}
china {n} (porcelain) :: porcellana {f}
China {prop} (country in east Asia) :: Xina {f}
China {prop} (region corresponding to the People's Republic of China and Taiwan) :: Xina {f}
China {prop} (civilization of the Chinese people) :: Xina {f}
China aster {n} (Callistephus chinensis) :: octubrera {f}
china clay {n} (kaolin) SEE: kaolin ::
chinchilla {n} (rodent) :: xinxilla {f}
Chinese {n} (any language spoken in China, see also: Literary Chinese; Mandarin; Cantonese; Wu; Min Nan) :: xinès {m}
Chinese {n} (the people of China) :: els xinesos {m-p}
Chinese {n} (person born in China) :: xinès {m}, xinesa {f}
Chinese {adj} (relating to China) :: xinès
Chinese {n} (Mandarin) SEE: Mandarin ::
Chinese Crested Dog {n} (Chinese Crested Dog) :: gos crestat xinès {m}
Chinese river dolphin {n} (baiji) SEE: baiji ::
Chinese whispers {n} (game) :: telèfon {m}
Chinese white dolphin {n} (baiji) SEE: baiji ::
chinois {n} (fine-meshed conical strainer) :: xinès {m}, colador xinès {m}; [Valencian] xinés {m}, colador xinés {m}
Chippewa {prop} (Ojibwe) SEE: Ojibwe ::
chirality {n} (handedness in chemistry, physic and mathematics) :: quiralitat {f}
chiromancer {n} (one who practices chiromancy) :: quiromàntic {m}
chisel {v} (to cheat) SEE: cheat ::
chisel {n} (tool consisting of a slim oblong block of metal) :: cisell
chistorra {n} (pork sausage) :: xistorra {f}
chitin {n} (polymer of N-acetylglucosamine, found in arthropod and fungi) :: quitina {f}
chiton {n} (Greek tunic) :: quitó {m}
chiton {n} (mollusc) :: quitó {m}
Chitral {prop} (Chitral (all senses)) :: Chitral
chivalrous {adj} (of a man: honourable) :: cavalleresc, cavallerós
chivalrous {adj} (involving chivalry) :: cavalleresc, cavallerós
chlamys {n} (short cloak) :: clàmide {f}
chlorate {n} (any salt of chloric acid) :: clorat {m}
chlorine {n} (chemical element) :: clor
chloritoid {n} (mineral) :: cloritoide {m}
chloro- {prefix} (chemistry: containing chlorine) :: cloro-
chlorophyll {n} (green pigment) :: clorofil·la {f}
chlorophyllin {n} (biochemistry: water-soluble derivative of chlorophyll) :: clorofil·lina {f}
chlorosis {n} (yellow-green colouration of the skin) :: clorosi {f}
chlorosis {n} (yellowing of the leaves) :: clorosi {f}
chock {n} (object used as a wedge or filler) :: tascó {m}, falca {f}
chock {v} (to stop or fasten, as with a wedge, or block) :: tasconar
chocolate {n} (food made from ground roasted cocoa beans) :: xocolata {f}
chocolate {n} (small piece of confectionery made from chocolate) :: bombó {m}, xocolatina {f}
chocolate {adj} (made of or containing chocolate) :: de xocolata
chocolate {adj} (colour) :: de color xocolata
chocolate bar {n} (candy bar) SEE: candy bar ::
chocolate egg {n} (Easter treat) SEE: Easter egg ::
chocolatier {n} (producer of chocolate) :: xocolater {m}
choice {n} (option or decision) :: tria {f}
choke {v} (be unable to breathe because of obstruction of the windpipe) :: ennuegar-se, ofegar-se
choke {v} (prevent someone from breathing by strangling them) :: escanyar, ofegar
cholecyst {n} (gall bladder) SEE: gall bladder ::
cholera {n} (infectious disease) :: còlera {f}
choleric {adj} (easily becoming angry) :: colèric
choose {v} (to choose) SEE: take ::
choose {v} (to pick) :: triar, escollir, elegir
choose {v} (to elect) :: escollir, triar, elegir
chopper {n} (helicopter (formal translations)) SEE: helicopter ::
chopper {n} (axe/ax) SEE: axe ::
chopping board {n} (a sturdy board, upon which one chops and prepares food) :: tauler de tallar
chopstick {n} (single eating utensil) :: bastonet {m}
choral {adj} (of or relating to a choir or chorus) :: coral
chordate {n} (a member of the phylum Chordata) :: cordat
chordophone {n} (chordophone, see also: stringed instrument) :: cordòfon {m}
chorea {n} (disease of the nervous system) :: corea {f}
choreograph {v} (to design and record a choreography) :: coreografiar
choreographer {n} (person who choreographs) :: coreògraf {m}
choreographic {adj} (of or pertaining to choreography) :: coreogràfic
choreographist {n} (choreographist) SEE: choreographer ::
choreography {n} (art) :: coreografia {f}
chorizo {n} (type of sausage) :: xoriço {m}
choroid {n} (vascular layer of the eye) :: coroide {f}
chorus {n} (group of singers and dancers in the religious festivals of ancient Greece) :: cor {m}
chorus {n} (group of people in a play or performance who recite together) :: cor {m}, coral {f}
chorus {n} (singing group who perform together) :: cor {f}
chorus {n} (repeated part of a song) :: tornada {f}
Christ {prop} (title for Jesus of Nazareth) :: Crist {m}
Christ {interj} (blasphemous interjection) :: me cago en Déu!, me cago en Déu, en la creu i en el fuster que la féu!
Christian {n} (member of the Christian religion) :: cristià {m}, cristiana {f}
Christian {adj} (of, like or relating to Christianity or Christians) :: cristià
Christianity {prop} (monotheistic religion) :: cristianisme {m}
Christianization {n} (converting to Christianity) :: cristianització {f}
Christianize {v} (to (cause to) convert to Christianity) :: cristianitzar
Christian name {n} (any forename) SEE: forename ::
Christina {prop} (female given name) :: Cristina {f}
Christine {prop} (female name) SEE: Christina ::
Christmas {prop} (Christian holiday) :: Nadal {m}
Christmas carol {n} (hymn whose lyrics are on the theme of Christmas) :: nadala {f}
Christmas Eve {prop} (evening before Christmas Day) :: nit de Nadal
Christmas Island {prop} (non self-governing territory of Australia) :: Illa Christmas {f}, Illa Christmas {f}
Christmas season {n} (Advent) SEE: Advent ::
Christmassy {adj} (resembling or having feelings of Christmas) :: nadalenc
Christmas tree {n} (tree used during the Christmas holiday season) :: arbre de Nadal
Christopher {prop} (a male given name) :: Cristòfol
chromatic {adj} (characterised by hue) :: cromàtic
chromatic {adj} (music: regarding all twelve traditional Western pitch classes, regardless of temperament or intonation) :: cromàtic
chromatophore {n} (pigment-bearing cell or structure) :: cromatòfor {m}
chromium {n} (chemical element) :: crom {m}
chromophore {n} (part of the molecule of a dye responsible for its colour) :: cromòfor {m}
chromosomal {adj} (of, or relating to chromosomes) :: cromosòmic
chromosome {n} (structure in the cell nucleus) :: cromosoma {m}
chromosphere {n} (the faint pink extension of a star's atmospheric envelope) :: cromosfera {f}
chronic {adj} (that continues over an extended period of time) :: crònic
chronic {adj} (medical: prolonged or slow to heal) :: crònic
chronic {adj} (suffering from an affliction that is prolonged or slow to heal) :: crònic
chronic {adj} (inveterate or habitual) :: crònic
chronically {adv} (in a chronic manner) :: crònicament
Chronicles {prop} (book of the Bible) :: Cròniques {m-p}
chrono- {prefix} (relation to time) :: crono-
chronogram {n} (a sentence or inscription in which specific letters, interpreted as numerals, stand for a particular date when rearranged) :: cronograma {m}
chronograph {n} (chronogram) SEE: chronogram ::
chronologic {adj} (chronological) SEE: chronological ::
chronological {adj} (in order of time from the earliest to the latest) :: cronològic
chronologically {adv} (in a chronological manner) :: cronològicament
chronologist {n} (a person skilled in chronology) :: cronologista {m} {f}, cronòleg {m}
chronology {n} (determining the order of events) :: cronologia {f}
chronology {n} (arrangement into chronological order) :: cronologia {f}
chronometer {n} (device for measuring time) :: cronòmetre {m}
chronoscope {n} (chronometer) SEE: chronometer ::
chronostratigraphic {adj} (pertaining to or derived using chronostratigraphy) :: cronostratigràfic
chronostratigraphy {n} (the interpretation of geologic history by means of the determination of the ages and time sequence of rock strata) :: cronostratigrafia {f}
chrysalis {n} (the pupa of a butterfly or moth) :: crisàlide {f}
chrysanthemum {n} (flower) :: crisantem {m}, estrany {m}
chryselephantine {adj} (made of gold and ivory) :: criselefantí
chrysoberyl {n} (mineral) :: crisoberil {m}
chrysotile {n} (mineral) :: crisòtil {m}
château {n} (a French castle, fortress, manor house, or large country house) :: castell {m}
chthonic {adj} (dwelling within or under the earth) :: ctònic
chub {n} (Leuciscus cephalus) :: bagra {f}
chubby {n} (erection) SEE: boner ::
chubby {adj} (of a person, somewhat fat) :: grassonet, grosset
chufa {n} (Cyperus esculentus) :: xufa {f}, xufla {f}
Chukchi {prop} (language) :: txuktxi
Chukchi Sea {prop} (part of the Arctic Ocean) :: mar dels Txuktxis {m}
chum {n} (a friend; a pal) :: company {m}, camarada {m} {f}
chur {interj} (voicing of thanks) SEE: thanks ::
chur {interj} (parting salutation) SEE: bye ::
church {n} (house of worship) :: església {f}
church {n} (a religious organization) :: església {f}
church {n} (a group of people who follow the same Christian religious beliefs) :: església {f}
churchical {adj} (pertaining to or characteristic of church) SEE: ecclesiastical ::
Church of England {prop} (established Christian church in England) :: Església d'Anglaterra {f}
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints {prop} (major denomination of the Latter Day Saint movement) :: Església de Jesucrist dels Sants dels Darrers Dies
Church of Scotland {prop} (national Presbyterian church of Scotland) :: Església d'Escòcia {f}
churn {n} (vessel for churning) :: manteguera {f} [for butter], lletera {f} [for milk]
churro {n} (fried pastry) :: xurro {m}
chyle {n} (digestive fluid) :: quil {m}
chyme {n} (partly digested food passed from the stomach to the duodenum) :: quim {m}
ciao {interj} (hello) SEE: hello ::
ciao {interj} (goodbye) SEE: goodbye ::
cicada {n} (any of several insects of the order Hemiptera) :: cigala {f}
cicatrice {n} (scar) SEE: scar ::
cicatrix {n} (scar that remains after the development of new tissue) SEE: scar ::
Cicero {prop} (Roman statesman and orator) :: Ciceró {m}
-cide {suffix} (killing of) :: -cidi {m}
-cide {suffix} (killer of) :: -cida {f}
cider {n} (alcoholic beverage) :: sidra {f}
cigar {n} (tobacco product) :: cigar {m}
cigar box {n} (box used for storing cigars) :: cigarrera {f}
cigarette {n} (cigarette) :: cigarret {m}
cigarette lighter {n} (lighter) SEE: lighter ::
ciliary muscle {n} (muscle) :: múscul ciliar {m}
ciliate {n} (protozoan of the class Ciliata) :: ciliat {m}
ciliated {adj} (having cilia) :: ciliat
cilice {n} (hairshirt) :: cilici {m}
cinder {n} (ember) SEE: ember ::
Cinderella {prop} (fairy tale) :: Ventafocs {f}
Cinderella {prop} (main character in this fairy tale) :: Ventafocs {f}
cineast {n} (enthusiast of film and the cinema) SEE: cinephile ::
cinema {n} (movie) SEE: movie ::
cinema {n} (a film/movie theatre) :: cinema {m}
cinema {n} (the art of making films and movies) :: cinema {m}
cinematic {adj} (relating to kinematics) SEE: kinematic ::
cinephile {n} (enthusiast of films and cinema) :: cinèfil {m}
cingulate gyrus {n} (section of cerebral cortex) :: circumvolució cingular {f}
cinnabar {n} (mineral) :: cinabri {m}
cinnamon {n} (Cinnamomum verum) :: canyeller {m}, caneller {m}
cinnamon {n} (any of related trees in the genus Cinnamomum) :: canyeller {m}, caneller {m}
cinnamon {n} (spice) :: canyella {f}, canella {f}
cinnamon {n} (colour) :: canyella {f}, canella {f}
cinnamon {adj} (flavour) :: canyella {f}, canella {f}
cinnamon {adj} (colour) :: canyella {f}, canella {f}
cipher {n} (numeric character) :: xifra {f}
cipher {n} (method for concealing the meaning of text) :: xifra {f}
cipher {n} (cryptographic system) :: xifra {f}
cipher {n} (concealed message) :: xifra {f}
circa {prep} (approximately, about) :: circa
circle {n} (geometry: set of points that are equally distant from a center) :: cercle {m}
circle {n} (geometry: set of all points in a plane within a radius) :: disc
circle {n} (bagginess of skin under eyes) :: ulleres {f-p}
circle {n} (orbit) SEE: orbit ::
circle segment {n} (circular arc) SEE: circular arc ::
circular {adj} (of or relating to a circle) :: circular
circular {adj} (in the shape of, or moving in a circle) :: circular
circular arc {n} (continuous section of the circumference of a circle) :: arc {m}
circularly {adv} (in a circular way) :: circularment
circulatory {adj} (of or pertaining to a circulation) :: circulatori
circulatory system {n} (parts of an animal body) :: sistema circulatori {m}
circumambient {adj} (surrounding) SEE: surrounding ::
circumcise {v} (to remove the foreskin from the penis) :: circumcidar
circumcised {adj} (of a man) :: circumcís
circumcision {n} (removal of foreskin from penis) :: circumcisió {f}
circumference {n} (line that bounds a circle or other two-dimensional object) :: circumferència {f}
circumference {n} (length of such line) :: circumferència {f}
circumfix {n} (affix with both a pre- and sufixing part) :: circumfix {m}
circumnavigate {v} (to sail completely around something) :: circumnavegar
circumnavigation {n} (circumnavigating) :: circumnavegació {f}
circumscription {n} (electoral district) SEE: electoral district ::
circumspect {adj} (carefully aware of all circumstances) :: circumspecte
circumvent {v} (to avoid or get around something) :: evitar, circumvalar
circumvent {v} (to surround or besiege) :: rodejar, bordejar, circumvalar
circumvent {v} (to outwit) :: burlar (no en el sentit de mofar)
circumvention {n} (bypassing) :: circumvalació {f}
circus {n} (company that travels) :: circ {m}
cire perdue {n} (lost wax) SEE: lost wax ::
cirque {n} (something in the shape of a circle) SEE: circle ::
cirque {n} (curved depression in a mountainside) :: circ {m}
cirrhosis {n} (chronic disease of the liver) :: cirrosi {f}
cirrhotic {adj} (pertaining to or suffering from cirrhosis) :: cirròtic
cirrus {n} (tendril) :: cirrus {m}
cirrus {n} (cloud) :: cirrus {m}
CIS {prop} (Commonwealth of Independent States) :: CEI
cistern {n} (reservoir for holding water) :: cisterna {f}
citadel {n} (a strong fortress that sits high above a city) :: ciutadella {f}
citadel {n} (a stronghold or fortified place) :: ciutadella {f}
citation needed {phrase} (A portion of a wiki needs to be validated by a source.) :: citació necessàri
cite {v} (quote) SEE: quote ::
citizen {n} (legal member of a state) :: ciutadà {m}
citizen {n} (legal resident of a city) :: ciutadà {m}
citizenship {n} (state of being a citizen) :: ciutadania {f}
citric {adj} (of, pertaining to, or derived from, the citron or lemon) :: cítric
citric acid {n} (2-hydroxy-1,2,3-propanetricarboxylic acid, C6H8O7) :: àcid cítric {m}
citrine {n} (brownish-yellow quartz) :: citrina {f}
citron {n} (fruit) :: poncem {m}
cittern {n} (instrument similar to a mandolin) :: cistre {m}
city {n} (large settlement) :: ciutat {f}
city council {n} (town/city governing body) :: ajuntament {m}
city hall {n} (building) :: ajuntament {m}
civet {n} (perfume) :: mesc {m}
civic {adj} (Having to do with a city or the people who live there) :: cívic
civil {adj} (Related to people and government office as opposed to military or religion) :: civil
civil {adj} (behaving in a reasonable or polite manner) :: civil
civility {n} (politeness; behavior which conforms to social conventions) :: civisme {m}, civilitat {f}
civilization {n} (organized culture) :: civilització {f}
civilization {n} (act or process of civilizing or becoming civilized) :: civilització {f}
civilization {n} (state or quality of being civilized) :: civilitat {f}
civilization {prop} (people of the world considered to have a high standard of behavior) :: civilització {f}
civilly {adv} (in a civil manner) :: civilment
civil rights {n} (rights deserved by all people under all circumstances) :: drets civils
civil servant {n} (government employee) :: funcionari {m}, funcionària {f}
civil union {n} (legal union similar to marriage) :: unió estable de parella {f}
civil war {n} (war between factions within a single country) :: guerra civil {f}
Civil War {prop} (civil war) SEE: civil war ::
cladode {n} (flattened organ) :: cladodi {m}
claim {n} (demand of ownership) :: pretensió
claim {n} (demand of ownership for previously unowned land) :: pretensió
Claire {prop} (female given name) SEE: Clara ::
clairvoyance {n} (the power to perceive objects that are not accessible to the senses) :: clarividència {f}
clam {n} (mollusc, see also: mollusc; oyster; mussel) :: cloïssa {f}
clamor {n} (great outcry or vociferation) :: clamor {m}, clam {m}
clamor {n} (loud and continued noise) :: clamor {m}, clam {m}
clamor {n} (continued public expression, often of dissatisfaction; popular outcry) :: clamor {m}, clam {m}
clamorous {adj} (noisy and loud) :: clamorós
clamoursome {adj} (noisy, loud) SEE: clamorous ::
clamp {n} (woodworking tool) :: serjant {m}
clandestine {adj} (done or kept in secret) :: clandestí
clap {n} (The act of striking the palms of the hands, or any two surfaces, together) :: aplaudiment
clap {v} (To strike the palms of the hands together) :: fer mans balletes, aplaudir
clap {v} (To applaud by clapping the hands) :: aplaudir
clapboard {n} (clapperboard) SEE: clapperboard ::
clapper {n} (the tongue of a bell) :: batall {m}
clapper board {n} (clapperboard) SEE: clapperboard ::
clapperboard {n} (device used in film) :: claqueta
claptrap {n} (empty verbiage or nonsense) :: galimaties {m}, embull {m}, embrolla {f}, algaravia {f}
claque {n} (people hired to applaud or boo) :: claca {f}
Clara {prop} (cognates and transliterations of the name Clara) :: Clara
Clare {n} (Clara) SEE: Clara ::
clarify {v} (to make clear) :: aclarir
clarinet {n} (woodwind musical instrument) :: clarinet {m}
clarinetist {n} (musician) :: clarinetista {m} {f}
clarity {n} (the state or measure of being clear) :: claredat {f}
class {n} (group, collection, category or set sharing characteristics or attributes) :: classe {f}
class {n} (social grouping, based on job, wealth, etc.) :: classe {f}
class {n} (division of society into classes) :: classe {f}
class {n} (admirable behavior; elegance) :: classe {f}
class {n} (group of students in a regularly scheduled meeting with a teacher) :: promoció {f}
class {n} (series of classes covering a single subject) :: classe {f}, curs {m}
class {n} (group of students who commenced or completed their education during a particular year) :: classe {f}
class {n} (category of seats in an airplane, train or other means of mass transportation) :: classe {f}
class {n} (classification below Phylum and above Order) :: classe {f}
class {n} ((set theory) collection of sets definable by a shared property) :: classe {f}
class {n} (military: persons subject to the same draft) :: classe {f}
class {n} ((programming, object-oriented) set of objects possibly differing in state but not behavior) :: classe {f}
classical guitar {n} (guitar used primarily for classical music) :: guitarra clàssica {f}
Classical Latin {prop} (Latin language as spoken and written formally) :: llatí clàssic {m}
Classical Nahuatl {prop} (variants of the Nahuatl language spoken in Mexico at the time of the Spanish conquest) :: nàhuatl, asteca clàssic {m}
classicism {n} (classical traditions of the art and architecture of ancient Greece and Rome) :: classicisme {m}
classifiable {adj} (able to be classified) :: classificable
classification {n} (act of forming into classes) :: classificació {f}
classism {n} (discrimination based on social class) :: classisme {m}
classist {adj} (pertaining to classism) :: classista
classist {n} (advocate of classism) :: classista {m} {f}
clastic {adj} (made up of parts that are easily removable) :: clàstic
clastic {adj} (made from fragments of pre-existing rocks) :: clàstic
Claude {prop} (male given name) :: Claudi {m}
Claudia {prop} (female given name) :: Clàudia {f}
clause {n} (grammar: verb along with a subject and modifiers) :: clàusula {f}
clause {n} (legal: separate part of a contract) :: clàusula {f}
claustrophobia {n} (fear of closed, tight places) :: claustrofòbia {f}
claustrophobic {adj} (Suffering from claustrophobia) :: claustrofòbic
claves {n} (percussion instrument consisting of two sticks or blocks) :: bastons {m-p}, claves {f-p}
clavichord {n} (early keyboard instrument) :: clavicordi {m}
clavicle {n} (collar bone) :: clavícula {f}
clavicular {adj} (relating to the clavicle) :: clavicular
claw {n} (curved horny nail) :: urpa {f}
claw {n} (foot equipped with such) :: arpa {f}
claw {n} (pincer of a crustacean) :: pinça {f}
claw {n} (mechanical device for gripping) :: garfi {m}
claw {v} (scratch or tear at) :: esgarrapar
claw {v} (to use claws to seize, to grip) :: garfir
clay {n} (mineral substance) :: argila {f}, fang {m}
clean {adj} (not dirty) :: net
clean {adj} (in an unmarked condition) :: net
clean {adj} (pure, especially morally or religiously) :: pur
clean {adj} (smooth, exact, and performed well) :: net
clean {adj} (not having sexually transmitted diseases) :: net, sa
clean {adj} (not in possession of weapons or contraband such as drugs) :: net
clean {v} ((transitive) to remove dirt from a place or object) :: netejar
clean {v} ((transitive) to tidy up) :: netejar, arreglar, ordenar
clean {adj} (empty) SEE: empty ::
cleaner {n} (person who cleans) :: netejador {m}
cleanliness {n} (the property of being cleanly) :: netedat {f}
cleanly {adv} (in a clean way) :: netament
cleanser {n} (detergent) SEE: detergent ::
clean up {v} (to make an area or a thing clean) :: netejar
cleanup {n} (the act of cleaning or tidying) :: neteja {f}
clear {adj} (distinct) SEE: distinct ::
clear {adj} (bright, not obscured) :: clar
clear {adj} (without clouds) :: clar
clear {adj} (free of ambiguity or doubt) :: clar
clear {v} (to become clear) :: aclarir-se
clear {v} (sports: to defend by moving the ball away from the defending goal) :: rebutjar
clearance {n} (soccer: The act of kicking a ball away from the goal one is defending) :: rebuig {m}
clear cut {adj} (straightforward) :: evident
clearing {n} (area of land within a wood or forest devoid of trees) :: clariana {f}
clearing {n} (soccer: act of removing the ball from one's own goal area) :: rebuig {m}
clearly {adv} (in a clear manner) :: clarament
cleavage {n} (separation between breasts) :: escot {m}
cleaver {n} (a squarish knife used for hacking) :: fulla de carnisser
clef {n} (musical symbol) :: clau {f}
Clement {prop} (male given name) :: Climent
Cleopatra {prop} (a given name of women in the Ptolemy dynasty) :: Cleòpatra
clergyman {n} (ordained (male) Christian minister, male member of the clergy) :: clergue
cleric {n} (clergy member) :: clergue {m}
clerk {n} (cleric or clergyman) :: clergue {m}
clerk {n} (one working with records etc.) :: oficinista {m} {f}
clever {adj} (mentally quick or sharp) :: llest
cliché {n} (overused phrase or expression) :: clixé {m}
cliché {n} (anything (other than a phrase) that is overused) :: clixé {m}
cliche {n} (cliché) SEE: cliché ::
click {n} (in phonetics) :: clic {m}
click {n} (act of pressing a button on a computer mouse) :: clic {m}
click {v} (transitive: press and release (button on a mouse)) :: clicar, fer clic
click {v} (intransitive: click the left button of a mouse) :: clicar, fer clic
client {n} (a customer or receiver of services) :: client {m} {f}
client {n} (computing: the role of a computer application or system) :: client {m} {f}
client {n} (person who receives help or advice from a professional person) :: client {m} {f}
cliff {n} (a (near) vertical rock face) :: penya-segat {m}
climate {n} (long-term atmospheric conditions) :: clima {m}
climate {n} (context in general of a particular political, moral etc. situation) :: clima {m}
climate change {n} (changes in the Earth's climate) :: canvi climàtic
climatic {adj} (of, relating to or influenced by climate) :: climàtic
climatological {adj} (of or pertaining to climatology) :: climatològic
climatologist {n} (scholar of climatology) :: climatòleg {m}
climatology {n} (science) :: climatologia {f}
climax {n} (the peak of sexual pleasure) SEE: orgasm ::
climax {n} (point of greatest intensity or force) :: clímax {f}
climax {n} (orgasm) :: orgasme {m}
climb {v} (to ascend, to go up) :: escalar
climb {v} (to mount, to move upwards on) :: escalar
climb {n} (an act of climbing) :: pujada {f}, ascensió {f}
climber {n} (plant that climbs) :: enfiladissa {f}
climbing wall {n} (artificial wall) :: rocòdrom {m}
clinic {n} (medical facility) :: clínica {f}
clinical {adj} (of or pertaining to a medical clinic or facility) :: clínic
clinical examination {n} (physical examination) SEE: physical examination ::
clinical psychology {n} (branch of psychology) :: psicologia clínica {f}
clinical trial {n} (test) :: assaig clínic {m}
clinician {n} (doctor working in a clinic) :: clínic {m}, clínica {f}
clink {n} (sound) :: dring {m}, trinc {m} [glass]
clink {v} (make a clinking sound) :: dringar
clinker {n} (fetters) SEE: fetter ::
clinometer {n} (measuring apparatus) :: clinòmetre {m}
clipboard {n} (in computing: buffer for temporary storage) :: porta-retalls {m}
clipper {n} (fast sailing ship) :: clíper {m}
clipping {n} (short form) :: truncament {m}
clitic {n} (morpheme attached to another word) :: clític {m}
clitoris {n} (elongated erectile organ) :: clítoris {m}
cloak {n} (cape) :: capa {f}
cloak {n} (blanket-like covering, often metaphorical) :: mantell {m}
cloak {v} (to cover as with a cloak) :: emboçar
cloakroom {n} (toilet) SEE: toilet ::
clock {n} (instrument to measure or keep track of time) :: rellotge {m}
clock {n} (odometer) :: comptaquilòmetres {m}
clock {n} (electrical signal) :: rellotge {m}
clock {v} (measure the duration of) :: cronometrar
clock {v} (measure the speed of) :: mesurar la velocitat de
clockmaker {n} (person who makes clocks) :: rellotger, rellotgera {f}
clockwise {adv} (in a circular fashion in the same direction as the hands of an analogue clock) :: en el sentit horari
clockwisely {adv} (clockwise) SEE: clockwise ::
clod {n} (lump of something, especially of earth or clay) :: gleva {f}, terròs {m}
clog {n} (a type of shoe with an inflexible, often wooden sole and an open heel) :: esclop {m}
cloister {n} (covered walk with an open colonnade) :: claustre {m}
cloister {n} (place devoted to religious seclusion) :: clausura {f}
cloister {n} (monastic life) :: clausura {f}
clone {n} (living organism (originally a plant)) :: clon {m}
clone {n} (group of identical cells derived from a single cell) :: clon {m}
clone {v} (create a clone) :: clonar
close {v} (obstruct (an opening)) :: cloure, tancar
close {adj} (at a little distance) :: pròxim
closed {adj} (not open) :: tancat
closeness {n} (proximity) SEE: proximity ::
closet {n} (toilet) SEE: toilet ::
closure {n} (event signifying an ending) :: clausura {f}
clot {n} (blood clot) :: coàgul {m}
clot {n} (solidified mass of any liquid) :: grumoll {m}
clot {n} (a silly person) :: beneit {m}
clot {v} (to form into a clot) :: coagular-se, agrumollar-se
clot {v} (to cause to clot) :: coagular
cloth {n} (woven fabric) :: tela {f}
cloth {n} (piece of cloth) :: drap {m}
clothes {n} (apparel) :: roba
clothes dryer {n} (appliance) :: assecadora
clotheshorse {n} (laundry frame) :: estenedor {m}
clothesline {n} (rope or cord for drying clothes) :: estenedor {m}
clothes maiden {n} (rack for drying clothes) SEE: clotheshorse ::
clothes screen {n} (rack for drying clothes) SEE: clotheshorse ::
clothing {n} (clothes) :: roba {f}
cloud {n} (visible mass of water droplets suspended in the air) :: núvol
cloud {n} (mass of dust, steam or smoke) :: núvol, polseguera {f}
cloud {n} (anything which makes things foggy or gloomy) :: núvol {m}
cloud {n} (group of objects suspended above the ground or flying) :: núvol {m}
cloud {n} (the Internet) :: núvol {m}
cloudberry {n} (fruit) :: romegueró de torbera {m}
cloudburst {n} (sudden heavy rainstorm) :: xàfec {m}
cloud computing {n} (computing services provided over the Internet) :: informàtica en núvol
cloud over {v} (to become cloudy or overcast) :: ennuvolar-se
cloudy {adj} (covered with or characterised by clouds) :: ennuvolat, nuvolós
cloudy {adj} (not transparent; not clear) :: nebulós
cloudy {adj} (uncertain; unclear) :: nebulós
clove {n} (spice) :: clau d'espècia {f}, clavell d'espècia {m}
clove {n} (constitutive bulb of garlic) :: all {m}
clove pink {n} (carnation) SEE: carnation ::
clover {n} (plant in genus Trifolium) :: trèvol {m}
clown {n} (performance artist working in a circus) :: pallasso {m}
club {n} (weapon) :: bastó {m}
club {n} (association of members) :: club {m}
club {n} (playing card symbol, ♣) :: trèvol {m}
club {v} (to hit with a club) :: bastonejar
clubs {n} (plural of club) SEE: club ::
cluck {v} (to produce cluck sound) :: cloquejar
clumsy {adj} (awkward, lacking coordination, not graceful, not dextrous) :: maldestre, barroer, sapastre
clutch {v} (to grip or grasp tightly) :: aferrar
clutch {n} (A device to interrupt power transmission) :: embragatge
clutch {n} (The pedal in a car that disengages power transmission) :: embragatge {m}
c'mere {contraction} (here) SEE: here ::
c'mere {contraction} (come) SEE: come ::
co- {prefix} (together, mutually, jointly) :: co-
coach {n} (trainer) :: entrenador {m}, entrenadora {f}
coach {n} (long-distance bus) :: autocar {m}
coach driver {n} (driver of a horse-drawn coach) :: cotxer {m}, cotxera {f}
coachman {n} (male coach driver) SEE: coach driver ::
coachwoman {n} (female coach driver) SEE: coach driver ::
coadjutor {n} (assistant) SEE: assistant ::
coal {n} (uncountable: carbon rock) :: carbó {m}
coal {n} (countable: carbon rock) :: carbó {m}
coal {n} (smouldering material) :: brasa {f}
coal {n} :: carbó {m}
coal black {adj} (Of a black colour, like that of coal) :: negre carbó {m}
coalesce {v} (to join into a single mass) :: unir-se, ajuntar-se, incorporar-se
coalfish {n} (blackish fish) :: peix carboner {m}
coarctation {n} (stenosis) SEE: stenosis ::
coarse {adj} (of inferior quality) :: groller, bast
coarse {adj} (not refined) :: brut,groller
coast {n} (edge of land meeting ocean, sea, gulf, bay) :: costa {f}
coastal {adj} (relating to the coast) :: coster, costaner, costal
coaster {n} (Salvelinus fontinalis) SEE: brook trout ::
coaster {n} (piece of material used to protect the surface of a table) :: rodal {m}
coastguard {n} (enforcer of maritime law) :: guardacostes
coat {n} (outer garment covering the upper torso and arms) :: abric {m}, casaca {f}
coat {n} (covering of material, such as paint) :: cobertura {f}
coat {v} (to cover with a coat of some material) :: cobrir
coat of arms {n} (hereditary design depicted on an escutcheon) :: escut {m}, escut d'armes {m}
coat rack {n} (rack for holding coats) :: penjador {m}, penja-robes {m}
coatrack {n} (coat rack) SEE: coat rack ::
coat-rack {n} (coat rack) SEE: coat rack ::
coauthorship {n} (authorship by two or more authors) :: coautoria {f}
cob {n} (gull) SEE: gull ::
cob {n} (corncob) SEE: corncob ::
cobalt {n} (chemical element) :: cobalt {m}
cobble {n} (cobblestone) SEE: cobblestone ::
cobbler {n} (person who repairs shoes) :: sabater {m}, sabatera {f}
cobblestone {n} (a rounded stone) :: còdol, llamborda
co-brother-in-law {n} (one's spouse's brother-in-law) :: concunyat {m}
cobweb {n} (a spider’s web) SEE: spiderweb ::
Coca-Cola {prop} (particular carbonated soft drink) :: Coca-Cola {f}
cocaine {n} (the narcotic) :: cocaïna {f}
coccus {n} (type of bacterium) :: coc {m}
coccygeal {adj} (relating to the coccyx) :: coccigeal, coccigi
coccyx {n} ((medical) final fused vertebrae) :: còccix {m}
cochineal {n} (insect) :: cotxinilla {f}
cochineal {n} (dye) :: cotxinilla {f}
cochlea {n} (the complex, spirally coiled, tapered cavity of the inner ear) :: còclea {f}
cochlear {adj} (of or pertaining to the cochlea) :: coclear {m} {f}
cock {n} (slang: penis) SEE: dick ::
cock {n} (any male bird) :: mascle {m}
cock {n} (male pigeon) :: colom {m}
cock {n} (hammer of a firearm trigger mechanism) :: clau {f}
cock {n} (male chicken; male gallinaceous bird) SEE: rooster ::
cockade {n} (a rosette worn in a hat as an office or party badge) :: escarapel·la {f}
cock-a-doodle-doo {interj} (cry of the rooster) :: quiquiriquic, quequerequec, quicaraquic, cocorococ
cockchafer {n} (beetle of genus Melolontha) :: escarabat de Sant Joan {m}
cockerel {n} (young male chicken) :: pollastre, pollet, butza (quan encara no té plomes)
cockle {n} (wrinkle) SEE: wrinkle ::
cockle {n} (any of various edible European bivalve mollusks) :: escopinya {f}
cockle {n} (the shell of the cockle) :: escopinya {f}
cockle {n} (any of several weeds, such as the corn cockle) :: niella {f}
cockpit {n} (space for pilot and crew in an aircraft) :: cabina {f}
cockroach {n} (type of insect) :: escarabat {m}, panerola {f}
cockscomb {n} (fleshy red crest of a rooster) :: cresta de gall {f}
cocktail {n} (alcoholic beverage) :: còctel {m}
cocktail {n} (mixture of other substances) :: còctel {m}
cocktease {n} (One who sexually arouses) :: escalfabraguetes
cockteaser {n} (cocktease) SEE: cocktease ::
coconut {n} (fruit of coco palm) :: coco {m}
coconut {n} (coconut palm) SEE: coconut palm ::
coconut crab {n} (Birgus latro) :: cranc dels cocoters {m}
coconut palm {n} (Cocos nucifera) :: cocoter {m}
cocoon {n} (protective case) :: capoll {m}
cod {n} (marine fish of the family Gadidae) :: bacallà {m}
code {n} (very short abbreviation) :: codi {m}
code {n} (body of law) :: codi {m}
code {n} (system of principles, rules or regulations) :: codi {m}
code {n} (set of rules for converting information) :: codi {m}
code {n} (cryptographic system) :: codi {m}, clau {f}
code {n} (source code) SEE: source code ::
codfish {n} (cod) SEE: cod ::
coefficient of friction {n} (ratio) :: coeficient de fricció {m}
coercion {n} (actual or threatened force for the purpose of compelling action by another person) :: coerció {f}
coercion {n} (instance of coercing) :: coerció
coetaneous {adj} (contemporary) SEE: contemporary ::
coexist {v} (Exist contemporaneously) :: coexistir
coexistence {n} (two or more things existing together) :: coexistència {f}
co-father-in-law {n} (father of one's son- or daughter-in-law) :: consogre {m}
coffee {n} (beverage) :: cafè {m}
coffee {n} (plant) :: cafè {m}
coffee {n} (colour) :: cafè {m}, marró {m}
coffee {adj} (of a pale brown colour) :: cafè, marró
coffee bar {n} (establishment that sells coffee) SEE: café ::
coffeehouse {n} (café) SEE: café ::
coffee pot {n} (pot for coffee) :: cafetera {f}
coffee shop {n} (café) SEE: café ::
coffer {n} (strongbox) :: cofre {m}
coffer {n} (architecture: ornamental sunken panel) :: cassetó {m}
coffer {n} (supply or store of money) :: arques {f-p}
coffin {n} (box in which a dead person is buried) :: fèretre {m}, taüt {m}
cog {n} (tooth on a gear) :: dent {f}
cog {n} (gear; a cogwheel) :: roda {f}, roda dentada {f}
cog {n} (unimportant individual) :: peó {m}
cog {n} (type of ship) :: coca {f}
cognac {n} (type of brandy) :: conyac {m}
cognate {n} (word derived from the same roots as a given word) :: cognat {m}
cognitariat {n} (sociological group) :: cognitariat
cognitive {adj} (relating to mental functions) :: cognitiu
cognitive psychology {n} (branch of psychology) :: psicologia cognitiva
cohere {v} (to stick together) :: cohesionar
coherence {n} (quality of cohering; of being coherent) :: coherència {f}
coherence {n} (logical arrangements of parts) :: coherència {f}
coherent {adj} (sticking together) :: coherent
coherent {adj} (orderly, logical and consistent) :: coherent
coherent {adj} (of waves having the same direction, wavelength and phase) :: coherent
coherently {adv} (in a coherent manner) :: coherentment
cohesion {n} (the state of cohering, or of sticking together) :: cohesió {f}
cohesion {n} (the various intermolecular forces that hold solids and liquids together) :: cohesió {f}
cohesive {adj} (having cohesion) :: cohesiu
cohort {n} (accomplice) SEE: accomplice ::
cohort {n} (group of people supporting the same thing or person) :: cohort {f}
cohort {n} (demographic grouping of people) :: cohort {f}
cohort {n} (division of Roman legion) :: cohort {f}
cohort {n} (associate) SEE: associate ::
cohort {n} (colleague) SEE: colleague ::
coiffure {n} (hairstyle) SEE: hairstyle ::
Coimbra {prop} (city and municipality in Coimbra, Portugal) :: Coïmbra
coin {n} ((currency) a piece of currency) :: moneda {f}
coin {v} (to create coins) :: encunyar
coin {v} (to make up or invent, and establish) :: encunyar
coinage {n} (currency) SEE: currency ::
coinage {n} (neologism) SEE: neologism ::
coitus {n} (sexual interaction, see also: sexual intercourse) :: coit {m}
cojones {n} ((slang) testicles) :: collons {m-p}
cojones {n} ((slang) courage) :: collons {m-p}
coke {n} (coal product) :: carbó de coc {m}, coc {m}
cola {n} (drink) :: cola {f}
cola {n} (plant or nut) SEE: kola ::
cold {adj} (having a low temperature) :: fred
cold {adj} (of the weather) :: fred
cold {adj} (of a person) :: fred
cold {adj} (unfriendly) :: fred
cold {n} (low temperature) :: fred {m}
cold {n} (illness) :: constipat {m}, refredat {m}
cold fusion {n} (hypothetical form of nuclear fusion) :: fusió freda {f}
coldness {n} (the relative lack of heat) :: fredor {f}
coldness {n} (the sensation) :: fredor {f}
coldness {n} (limited enthusiasm or affection) :: fredor {f}
cold-sensitive {adj} (affected by or sensitive to cold) :: fredolic
cold sore {n} (small bump on the lips) :: pansa {f}
cold war {n} (a period of hostile relations) :: guerra freda {f}
Cold War {prop} (a period of history from 1945-1991) :: Guerra freda {f}
cole {n} (cabbage) SEE: cabbage ::
cole {n} (brassica) :: col {f}
colectomy {n} (surgical procedure) :: colectomia {f}
colic {n} (abdominal pain) :: còlic {m}
collaborate {v} (to work together on a piece of work) :: col·laborar
collaboration {n} (act of collaborating) :: col·laboració {f}
collage {n} (picture made by sticking other pictures onto a surface) :: collage {m}
collage {n} (art: technique of producing such a work of art) :: collage {m}
collapse {n} (act of collapsing) :: col·lapse {m}
collar {n} (fabric garment part fitting around throat) :: coll {m}
collar {n} (chain worn around the neck) :: collar {m}
collar {n} (anything around the neck) :: collar {m}
collar {n} (device for restraining animal) :: collera {m}, collar {m}, jou {m}
collar {n} (part of harness) :: collar {m}
collar {n} (any encircling device or structure) :: collar {m}
collar {v} (to place a collar on) :: collar, enjovar, junyir
collar {v} (to arrest) SEE: arrest ::
collarbone {n} (clavicle) SEE: clavicle ::
collate {v} (admit a cleric to a benefice) :: concedir un benefici eclesiàstic
colleague {n} (fellow member of a profession) :: col·lega, company
collect {v} (to gather together) :: reunir, ajuntar, recollir, agrupar, aplegar, arreplegar, replegar
collect {v} (to accumulate items for a hobby) :: col·leccionar
collection {n} (set of items) :: col·lecció {f}
collective {adj} (in grammar) :: col·lectiu
collective agreement {n} (contract on terms and conditions of employment) :: conveni col·lectiu {m}
collectively {adv} (in a collective manner) :: col·lectivament
Collective Security Treaty Organisation {prop} (intergovernmental military alliance) :: Organització del Tractat de Seguretat Col·lectiva {f}, OTSC
collectivism {n} (An system in which the means are owned and controlled by people collectively) :: col·lectivisme {m}
collector {n} (person or thing that collects) :: col·leccionador {m}, col·leccionista {m} {f}
collector {n} (person who is employed to collect payments) :: col·lector {m}
collector {n} (amplified terminal on a bipolar junction transistor) :: col·lector {m}
college town {n} (town or city dominated by its university population) :: ciutat universitària {f}
collegial {adj} (of, relating to, or ruled by colleagues) :: col·legial
collegial {adj} (Roman Catholic Church: ruled by bishops having equal power) :: col·legial
collegial {adj} (of or relating to a college or its students; collegiate) :: col·legial
collegial {adj} (adhering to the ethos, standards and conduct that govern behavior among colleagues) :: col·legial
collegiate {adj} (of, or relating to a college, or college students) :: col·legiat
collider {n} (particle accelerator) :: col·lisonador {m}
collision {n} (collision) SEE: wreck ::
collocation {n} (grouping of words that commonly occur together) :: col·locació {f}
colloid {n} (stable system of two phases) :: col·loide {m}
colloidal {adj} (of or pertaining to a colloid) :: col·loïdal
colloquial {adj} (of oral communication language) :: col·loquial
colloquially {adv} (in a colloquial manner) :: col·loquialment
colloquy {n} (conversation, dialogue) :: col·loqui {m}
colloquy {n} (formal conference) :: col·loqui {m}
collude {v} (to conspire) :: conspirar
colluvium {n} (a loose accumulation of rock and soil debris at the foot of a slope) :: col·luvió {m}
cologne {n} (eau de Cologne) :: colònia
Colombia {prop} (country in South America) :: Colòmbia {f}
Colombian {n} (A person from Colombia) :: colombià {m}, colombiana {f}
Colombian {adj} (pertaining to Colombia) :: colombià
colon {n} (punctuation mark) :: dos punts {m-p}
colon {n} (the last part of the digestive system) :: còlon {m}
colonel {n} (commissioned office in the armed services) :: coronel
colonial {adj} (Of or pertaining to a colony) :: colonial
colonialism {n} (colonial domination policy) :: colonialisme {m}
colonialist {adj} (or or pertaining to colonialism) :: colonialista
colonialist {n} (an advocate of colonialism) :: colonialista {m-f}
colonialistic {adj} (colonialist) SEE: colonialist ::
colonist {n} (a founder of a colony) :: colonitzador {m}
colonist {n} (a member of a colony) :: colon {m}
colonization {n} (process of establishing a colony) :: colonització {f}
colonizer {n} (colonist) SEE: colonist ::
colonnade {n} (a series of columns at regular intervals) :: columnata {f}
colony {n} (region or governmental unit) :: colònia
colony {n} (group of organisms) :: colònia
color {n} (spectral composition of visible light) :: color {m} {f}
color {n} (particular set of the visible spectrum) :: color {m} {f}
color {n} (hue as opposed to achromatic colors) :: color {m} {f}
color {n} (human skin tone, especially as an indicator of race or ethnicity) :: color {m} {f}
color {n} (any of the standard dark tinctures used in a coat of arms) :: color {m} {f}
color {n} (standard or banner (colors)) :: color {m} {f}
color {v} (give something color) :: acolorir
color blind {adj} (unable to distinguish between two or more primary colors) :: daltonià, daltònic
color blindness {n} (condition in which the ability to see colors is impaired) :: daltonisme {m}
colorimeter {n} (instrument designed to determine color) :: colorímetre {m}
Colosseum {prop} (ancient stadium in Rome) :: Colosseu
colossus {n} (a statue of gigantic size) :: colós {m}
colossus {n} (any creature or thing of gigantic size) :: colós {m}
Colossus of Rhodes {prop} (the statue of Helios) :: Colós de Rodes {m}
colourless {adj} (having no colour) :: incolor
colt {n} (young male horse) :: poltre {m}
Columba {prop} (St. Columba) :: Coloma {m}
columbarium {n} (a building for housing a large colony of pigeons or doves) :: colomar {m}
columbarium {n} (a place for the respectful and usually public storage of cinerary urns) :: columbari {m}
columbine {n} (any plant of the genus Aquilegia) :: corniol {m}
Columbus {prop} (Christopher Columbus) :: Colom {m}
column {n} (upright supporting member) :: columna {f}
column {n} (vertical line of entries in a table) :: columna {f}
column {n} (column of troops) :: columna {f}
column {n} (newspaper column) :: columna {f}
columnist {n} (regular writer of a column) :: columnista {m} {f}
coma {n} (Deep sleep) :: coma {m}
Comanche {prop} (language) :: comanxe {m}
comatose {adj} (asleep) SEE: asleep ::
comb {n} (toothed implement for grooming the hair) :: pinta {f}
comb {v} (to groom the hair with a toothed implement) :: pentinar
comb {v} (to separate choice cotton fibers from worsted cloth fibers) :: pentinar
comb {v} (to search thoroughly as if raking over an area with a comb) :: pentinar
comb {n} (structure of cells made by bees) SEE: honeycomb ::
combat {n} (a battle; a fight; a struggle for victory) :: batalla {f}, combat {m}
combat {v} (to fight; to struggle for victory) :: combatre
combatant {n} (armed fighter) :: combatent {m} {f}
combative {adj} (given to fighting) :: combatiu
comber {n} (Serranus cabrilla) :: serrà {m}
combination {n} (act of combining) :: combinació {f}
combine {n} (combination) SEE: combination ::
combust {v} (be consumed by fire) SEE: burn ::
combustible {adj} (capable of burning) :: combustible
combustible {n} (material capable of burning) :: combustible {m}
combustion {n} (the act or process of burning) :: combustió {f}
combustion {n} (violent agitation, commotion) :: convulsió {f}
come {v} (to move nearer) :: venir
come {v} (to orgasm) :: escórrer-se
come across {v} (find, usually by accident) :: ensopegar amb
come after {v} (to pursue) :: seguir
come after {v} (to succeed, to be the successor of) :: succeir
comeback {n} (sports: overcoming a substantial disadvantage) :: remuntada {f}
comedy {n} (a choric song of celebration or revel) :: comèdia {f}
comedy {n} (dramatic work that is light and humorous or satirical in tone) :: comèdia {f}
comedy {n} (the genre of such works) :: comèdia {f}
come in {v} (to enter) SEE: enter ::
come in handy {v} (to prove to be useful or helpful) :: ser útil
come into force {v} (become valid or active) :: entrar en vigor {m}
come out {v} (to come out of the closet) SEE: come out of the closet ::
come out {v} (to be discovered, be revealed) :: resultar
come out {v} (to be published, be issued) :: sortir
come out {v} (to end up) :: sortir
come out of the closet {v} (to tell others about a secret belief or preference) :: sortir de l'armari
comet {n} (a celestial body, generally with a tail) :: cometa {m}
comfort {n} (contentment, ease) :: comoditat {f}, confort {m}
comfort {n} (consolation) :: consol {m}
comfort {n} (cause of relief or satisfaction) :: benestar {m}
comfort {v} (to provide comfort) :: consolar
comfort {v} (to make comfortable) :: confortar
comfortable {adj} (providing physical comfort and ease) :: còmode
comfortably {adv} (in a comfortable manner) :: còmodament
comic {adj} (being funny) :: còmic
comic {adj} (related to comedy) :: còmic
comic {n} (comedian) :: còmic {m}
comic {n} (cartoon story) :: còmic
comitia {n} (a popular legislative assembly in ancient Rome) :: comicis
comma {n} (punctuation mark ',') :: coma {f}
command {n} (order) :: ordre {f}, manat {m}
command {n} (computing: directive to a computer program) :: ordre {f}
command {v} (to order) :: ordenar, manar
commandeer {v} (to seize for military use) :: requisar
Command key {n} (modifier key on Apple computers) :: tecla comandament {f}
commandment {n} (a command or edict) :: manament {m}
commemorative {adj} (serving to commemorate) :: commemoratiu
commence {v} (To begin, start) :: començar
comment {v} (to comment) SEE: observe ::
comment {n} (spoken remark) :: comentari {m}
comment {n} (programming: remark not affecting behavior) :: comentari {m}
comment {v} (to remark) :: comentar
comment {v} (programming: to insert comments) :: comentar
commentary {n} (A series of comments or annotations) :: comentari {m}
commentary {n} (A brief account of transactions or events written hastily) :: comentari {m}
commerce {n} (large scale trade) :: comerç {m}
commerce {n} (social interaction) :: comerç {m}
commerce {n} (term in cards) :: comerç {m}
commercial {n} (advertisement in a common media format) :: anunci {m}
commercial {adj} (of or pertaining to commerce) :: comercial
commercial at {n} (at sign) SEE: at sign ::
commercially {adv} (in a commercial manner) :: comercialment
commie {n} (communist) SEE: communist ::
comminution {n} (breaking or grinding up of a material) :: comminució {f}
commission {n} (the thing to be done as agent for another) :: comissió {f}, encàrrec {m}
commission {n} (body of officials) :: comissió {f}
commission {n} (fee charged) :: comissió {f}
commission {n} (the act of committing) :: comissió {f}
commission {v} (send to do something) :: encarregar, comissionar
commit {v} (to entrust; to consign) :: confiar, consignar
commit {v} (to imprison) :: tancar, empresonar
commit {v} (to do (something bad); to perpetrate) :: cometre
commit {v} (to pledge or bind; to compromise, expose, or endanger) :: comprometre
commit {n} ((computing) making changes in the current database transaction permanent, visible and accessible to all users with the right access) :: validació, transferència
commitment {n} (act or instance of committing, putting in charge, keeping, or trust) :: compromís {m}
commitment {n} (promise or agreement to do something in the future) :: compromís {m}
commit suicide {v} (to kill oneself) :: suïcidar-se
committee {n} (group of persons convened for the accomplishment of some specific purpose) :: comitè {m}
committee {n} (guardian) SEE: guardian ::
commo {n} (communist) SEE: communist ::
commo {n} (communication) SEE: communication ::
common {adj} (mutual) :: comú {m}, comuna {f}
common {adj} (usual) :: comú {m}
common {adj} (ordinary) :: comú
common {n} (tract of land) :: comuna {f}
common blackbird {n} (Turdus merula) SEE: blackbird ::
common carp {n} (species of carp) :: carpa {f}
commoner {n} (a member of the common people) :: plebeu {m}, plebea {f}
common gull {n} (Larus canus) :: gavina {f}, gavià {m}
common kestrel {n} (Falco tinnunculus) :: xoriguer {m}, xoriguer gros {m}, xoriguer comú {m}
common ling {n} (Molva molva) :: llengua de bacallà {f}
common loon {n} (great northern diver) SEE: great northern diver ::
commonly {adv} (as a rule; usually) :: comunament
common seal {n} (Phoca vitulina) SEE: harbor seal ::
common sense {n} (ordinary understanding) :: seny {m}
common shrew {n} (Sorex araneus) :: musaranya cuaquadrada {f}, morro de trompeta {m}
Commonwealth {prop} (Commonwealth of Nations) SEE: Commonwealth of Nations ::
Commonwealth of Nations {prop} (association of independent states) :: Mancomunitat de Nacions {m}
commotion {n} (state of turbulent motion) :: commoció {f}
commotion {n} (agitated disturbance or a hubbub) :: commoció {f}, avalot {m}, esvalot {m}, aldarull {m}
communicate {v} (to receive or take part in Holy Communion) :: combregar
communication {n} (concept of exchanging information) :: comunicació {f}
communiqué {n} (official announcement) :: comunicat {m}
communism {n} (philosophy) :: comunisme {m}
communism {n} (society) :: comunisme {m}
communist {adj} (of or relating to communism) :: comunista {m} {f}
communist {n} (person who follows a communist philosophy) :: comunista {m} {f}
Communist {n} (communist) SEE: communist ::
Communist {adj} (communist) SEE: communist ::
communistic {adj} (characteristic of communism) :: comunista {m} {f}
community {n} (group sharing a common understanding) :: comunitat {f}
community {n} (residential or religious collective) :: comunitat {f}
community {n} ((ecology) group of interdependent organisms) :: comunitat {f}
community {n} (condition of having certain attitudes and interests in common) :: comunitat {f}
commutative {adj} (algebra: having a commutative operation) :: commutatiu
commutative {adj} (mathematics: such that order of operands does not affect result) :: commutatiu
commute {v} (legal: to reduce a sentence) :: commutar
commute {v} (to put or substitute something else in place of) :: commutar (unusual)
commute {v} (math: to be commutative) :: commutar
Como {prop} (City and capital of Como) :: Como
Comoran {adj} (Comorian) SEE: Comorian ::
Comoran {n} (Comorian) SEE: Comorian ::
Comorian {n} (person) :: comorià {m}
Comorian {adj} (pertaining to the Comoros) :: comorià
Comoros {prop} (country in Eastern Africa) :: Comores
co-mother-in-law {n} (mother of one's son- or daughter-in-law) :: consogra {f}
companion {n} (someone with whom one spends time or keeps company) :: acompanyant {m}
company {n} (in legal context, a corporation) :: companyia {f}
company {n} (group of individuals with a common purpose) :: companyia {f}
company {n} (companionship) :: companyia {f}
company {n} (military unit) :: companyia {f}
comparable {adj} (similar) SEE: similar ::
comparable {adj} (able to be compared) :: comparable
comparative {adj} (of or relating to comparison) :: comparatiu
comparative {adj} (using comparison as a method of study) :: comparatiu
comparative {n} (grammatical construction) :: comparatiu {m}
comparative {n} (word in comparative form) :: comparatiu {m}
comparative degree {n} ((grammar)) SEE: comparative ::
comparatively {adv} (in a comparative manner) :: comparativament
comparatively {adv} (when compared to other entities) :: comparativament
comparison {n} (act of comparing or the state of being compared) :: comparació {f}
comparison {n} (evaluation of the similarities and differences of two (or more) things) :: comparació {f}
compass {n} (instrument to determine cardinal directions) :: brúixola {f}
compass {n} (area) :: àrea {f}, àmbit {m}
compass {n} (pair of compasses) SEE: pair of compasses ::
compassion {n} (deep awareness of the suffering of another) :: compassió {f}
compassionate {adj} (having, feeling or showing compassion) :: compassiu
compass point {n} (any of the horizontal directions indicated on a compass) :: punt cardinal {m}
compatibility {n} (the capability to exist without mutual interference) :: compatibilitat {f}
compatible {adj} (capable of easy interaction) :: compatible
compelling {adj} (forceful) :: convincent
compendium {n} (short, complete summary) :: compendi {m}
compensation {n} (act or principle of compensating) :: compensació {f}
compensation {n} (that which constitutes, or is regarded as, an equivalent) :: compensació {f}
compensation {n} (extinction of debts of which two persons are reciprocally debtors) :: compensació {f}
compete {v} (to contend) :: competir
competence {n} (the quality or state of being competent for a general role.) :: competència {f}
competence {n} (the quality or state of being competent for a particular task.) :: competència {f}
competently {adv} (in a competent manner) :: competentment
competition {n} (action of competing) :: competència {f}
competition {n} (contest for a prize or award) :: competició {f}
competitive {adj} (economics: capable of competing successfully) :: competitiu
competitive {adj} (of or pertaining to competition) :: competitiu
competitive {adj} (inclined to compete) :: competitiu
competitive {adj} (of price: cheap) :: competitiu
competitiveness {n} (state of being competitive) :: competitivitat {f}
compilator {n} (compiler) SEE: compiler ::
compiler {n} (computer program) :: compilador {m}
compiler {n} (a person who compiles) :: compilador
complacent {adj} (uncritically satisfied with oneself or one's achievements) :: complaent
complain {v} (to express feelings of pain, dissatisfaction, or resentment) :: queixar-se
complaint {n} (grievance, problem, difficulty, or concern; the act of complaining) :: queixa {f}
complement {v} (to provide what the partner lacks and lack what the partner provides) :: complementar
complementary {adj} (acting as a complement) :: complementari
complete {v} (to finish) :: complir
complete {v} (to make whole or entire) :: complir
complete {adj} (with everything included) :: complet {m}, completa {f}
complete {adj} (finished; ended; concluded; completed) :: complet
completely {adv} (in a complete manner) :: completament
completely {adv} (to the fullest extent or degree) :: totalment
complex {adj} (intricate) :: complex
complex {adj} (not simple or straightforward) :: complex
complex {adj} (in mathematics) :: complex
complex {n} (psychologically based dislike or fear) :: complex {m}
complex {n} (in chemistry) :: complex {m}
complex {n} (problem) SEE: problem ::
complexity {n} (The state of being complex; intricacy; entanglement) :: complexitat {f}
complexity {n} (That which is complex; intricacy; complication) :: complexitat {f}
complex number {n} (number of the form a + bi) :: nombre complex {m}
complicate {v} (to combine intricately) :: complicar
complicated {adj} (difficult or convoluted) :: complicat
complication {n} (act of complicating) :: complicació {f}
complication {n} (a disease) :: complicació {f}
complicity {n} (The state of being complicit) :: complicitat {f}
comport {v} (to behave (usually reflexive)) :: conduir-se, captenir-se
composer {n} (one who composes music) :: compositor {m}, compositora {f}
composition {n} (synthesis as opposed to analysis) SEE: synthesis ::
composition {n} (essay) SEE: essay ::
compost {n} (decayed remains of organic matter) :: compost {m}
compost {v} (to produce compost) :: compostar
compost heap {n} (pile of organic waste) :: munt de compost {m}
compound eye {n} (a visual organ found in arthropods such as insects and crustaceans) :: ull compost {m}
comprehensible {adj} (able to be comprehended) :: comprensible
comprehensibly {adv} (in a comprehensible manner) :: comprensiblement
comprehension {n} (thorough understanding) :: comprensió {f}
comprehensively {adv} (in a comprehensive manner) :: comprensivament
compression {n} (the act of compressing) :: compressió {f}
compression {n} (the cycle of an internal combustion engine during which the fuel and air mixture is compressed) :: compressió {f}
compromise {n} (settlement of differences by arbitration or by consent reached by mutual concessions) :: compromís {m}
compromising {adj} (vulnerable to suspicion) :: comprometedor
compulsory {adj} (mandatory) :: obligatori
compunction {n} (a pricking of conscience) :: compunció {f}, remordiment {m}
computational {adj} (of or relating to computation) :: computacional
computational linguistics {n} (interdisciplinary field) :: lingüística computacional {f}
compute {v} (to reckon or calculate) :: computar
compute {v} (to make sense) SEE: make sense ::
computer {n} (device) :: ordinador {m}
computer {n} (person) :: computador {m}, calculador {m}
computer game {n} (electronic game) :: joc d'ordinador {m}
computer graphics {n} (representation and manipulation of pictures by computer) :: infografia {m}
computerize {v} (equip with a computer or a computer system) :: informatitzar
computer science {n} (study of computers and their architecture) :: informàtica {f}
computer virus {n} (program) SEE: virus ::
computing {n} (calculation) SEE: calculation ::
comrade {n} (mate, companion, or associate) :: camarada {m} {f}
comrade {n} (companion in battle, fellow soldier) :: camarada {m} {f}
comrade {n} (fellow socialist or communist) :: camarada {m} {f}
comrade {n} (title used in leftist circles) :: camarada {m} {f}
con {n} (disadvantage of something) :: contra {m}
con artist {n} (scam operator, conman) :: estafador {m}, estafa {m} {f}
concave {adj} (curved inward) :: còncau
concavity {n} (the state of being concave) :: concavitat {f}
concavity {n} (a concave structure or surface) :: concavitat {f}
conceal {v} (to hide something) :: amagar, ocultar
conceited {adj} (vain and egotistic) :: presumptuós
conceive {v} (to develop an idea) :: concebre
concentrate {v} (bring to, or direct toward, a common center) :: concentrar
concentrate {v} (increase the strength and diminish the bulk of, as of a liquid or an ore) :: concentrar
concentration {n} (proportion of substance in a mixture) :: concentració {f}
concentration {n} (The act or process of concentrating) :: concentració {f}
concentration {n} (The act or process of reducing the volume of a liquid) :: concentració {f}
concentration camp {n} (camp where large numbers of persons are detained) :: camp de concentració {m}
concept {n} (something understood and retained in the mind) :: concepte {m}
concept album {n} (album) :: àlbum conceptual {m}
conception {n} (initiation of an embryonic animal life) :: concepció {f}
conceptual {adj} (of, or relating to concepts or mental conception; existing in the imagination) :: conceptual
conceptual {adj} (of, or relating to conceptualism) :: conceptual
conceptualize {v} (to interpret by forming a concept) :: conceptualitzar
conceptualize {v} (to conceive the idea for something) :: conceptualitzar
conceptually {adv} (in a conceptual manner) :: conceptuosament
concern {n} (that which affects one’s welfare or happiness) :: preocupació {f}, consternació {f}
concern {n} (The expression of solicitude, anxiety, or compassion toward a thing or person) :: preocupació {f}
concern {v} (to make somebody worried) :: preocupar
concert {n} (a musical entertainment in which several voices or instruments take part) :: concert {m}
concertina {n} (the musical instrument) :: concertina {f}
concise {adj} (brief and precise) :: concís
concisely {adv} (in a concise manner) :: concisament
conclave {n} (group of Roman Catholic cardinals) :: conclave {m}, conclau {m}
conclave {n} (private and secret meeting) :: conclave {m}, conclau {m}
conclude {v} (to end) :: concloure
conclude {v} (to come to a final decision) :: concloure
conclusion {n} (end, final part) :: conclusió {f}
conclusion {n} (outcome) :: conclusió {f}
conclusion {n} (decision, judgment) :: conclusió {f}
conclusive {adj} (pertaining to a conclusion) :: concloent
conclusive {adj} (decisive) :: concloent
conclusively {adv} (in a conclusive manner) :: conclusivament
concord {n} ((grammar) Agreement of words with one another) SEE: agreement ::
concordance {n} (agreement) SEE: agreement ::
concordance {n} (agreement) :: concordança
concrete {adj} (particular, perceivable, real) :: concret
concrete {adj} (not abstract) :: concret
concrete {n} (building material) :: formigó
concretion {n} (petrology: rounded mass of a mineral) :: concreció {f}
concretion {n} (action of making something concrete or the result of such an action) :: concreció {f}
concubine {n} (mistress) SEE: mistress ::
concurrent {adj} (happening at the same time; simultaneous) :: concurrent
concurrent {adj} (belonging to the same period; contemporary) :: concurrent
concurrent {adj} (involving more than one thread of computation) :: concurrent
concurrently {adv} (in a concurrent manner; at the same time) :: concurrentment
condemn {v} (to confer eternal divine punishment upon) :: condemnar
condemn {v} :: condemnar
condensed milk {n} (milk that has been reduced to syrup) :: llet condensada {f}
condenser {n} (capacitor) SEE: capacitor ::
condescending {adj} (assuming a tone of superiority or a patronizing attitude) :: condescendent
condiment {n} (something used to enhance flavor) :: condiment {m}
condition {n} (logical clause or phrase) :: condició {f}
condition {n} (requirement, term or requisite) :: condició {f}
condition {n} (health status of a patient) :: condició {f}
condition {n} (state of an object) :: condició {f}
condition {v} (to undergo the process of acclimation) :: condicionar
condition {v} (to subject to different conditions) :: condicionar
condition {v} (to shape the behaviour of someone to do something) :: condicionar
conditional {n} (grammar: mode/mood) :: condicional {m}
conditional {adj} (limited by a condition) :: condicional
conditional {adj} (in logic) :: condicional
conditionally {adv} (under specified conditions) :: condicionalment
conditional mood {n} (conditional) SEE: conditional ::
conditioning {n} (process of modifying a person's behaviour) :: condicionament {m}
conditioning {n} (preparation or training) :: condicionament {m}
condom {n} (flexible sleeve worn on the penis) :: preservatiu {m}, condó {m}, condom {m}
condor {n} (California condor) :: còndor {m}
condor {n} (Andean condor) :: còndor {m}
conduct {n} (manner of guiding or carrying oneself) :: conducta {f}
conductor {n} (person who conducts an orchestra, choir or other music ensemble) :: director {m}
conduit {n} (pipe or channel for conveying water) :: conducte {m}
condyle {n} (prominence on a bone) :: còndil {m}
cone {n} (anything shaped like a cone) :: con {m}
cone {n} (fruit of conifers) :: pinya {f}
cone {n} (ice-cream cone) SEE: ice cream cone ::
cone cell {n} (any of the cylindrical photoreceptor cells in the retina) :: con de la retina {m}
confectioner's {n} (sweetshop) SEE: sweetshop ::
confectionery {n} (shop where confectionery is sold) SEE: sweetshop ::
confederacy {n} (an alliance) :: confederació {f}
confession {n} (open admittance) :: confessió {f}
confession {n} (disclosure of one's sins to a priest) :: confessió {f}
confessional {n} (a small room where confession is performed) :: confessionari {m}
confidence {n} (expression or feeling of certainty) :: confiança {f}
confident {adj} (being very sure of or positive about something) :: confiat
confidential {adj} (meant to be kept secret within a certain circle) :: confidencial
confidentiality {n} (something told in confidence) SEE: secret ::
confidentiality {n} (property) :: confidencialitat {f}
confidentially {adv} (in a confidential manner) :: confidencialment
confidently {adv} (in a confident manner) :: confidentment
configuration {n} (relative disposition) :: configuració {f}
configuration {n} (arrangement of electrons) :: configuració {f}
confine {v} (arrest) SEE: arrest ::
confine {v} (imprison) SEE: imprison ::
confine {v} (detain) SEE: detain ::
confinement {n} (state of being confined) :: confinament {m}
confirm {v} (to confer the confirmation) :: confirmar
confirm {v} (to assure) :: confirmar
confiscate {v} (take possession of by authority) :: confiscar
conflagration {n} (a large, ferocious, and destructive fire) :: conflagració {f}
conflate {v} (fail to properly distinguish things or keep them separate; mistakenly treat them as equivalent) :: confondre
conflict {n} (clash or disagreement) :: conflicte
confluence {n} (point where two rivers or streams meet) :: confluència {f}
conformism {n} (willingness to conform) :: conformisme {m}
conformity {n} (state of things being similar, or identical) :: conformitat {f}
confrontation {n} (The act of confronting or challenging another, especially face-to-face) :: confrontació {f}, confrontament {m}, enfrontament {m}, afrontament {m}
Confucian {adj} (of, pertaining to, or conforming to the teachings of Confucius) :: confucià, confucionista
Confucian {n} (one who follows the teachings of Confucius) :: confucià {m}
Confucianism {n} (philosophy) :: confucianisme {m}
Confucianist {n} (Confucian) SEE: Confucian ::
Confucius {prop} (Chinese philosopher) :: Confuci
confused {adj} (chaotic, jumbled or muddled) :: confús {m}, desconcertat
confused {adj} (making no sense; illogical) :: confús
confused {adj} (embarrassed) :: desconcertat
confusing {adj} (difficult to understand) :: confús
confusion {n} (lack of clarity or order) :: confusió {f}
confusion {n} (state of being confused; misunderstanding) :: confusió {f}
conga {n} (drum) :: conga {f}
conga {n} (dance) :: conga {f}
congenital {adj} (present since birth) :: congènit
congenital insensitivity to pain {n} (CIP) :: insensibilitat congènita al dolor {f}
conger {n} (eel) :: congre {m}
congratulations {interj} (expressing approbation) :: felicitats {f-p}, enhorabona {f}
congregate {v} (To collect into an assembly or assemblage) :: congregar
congress {n} (legislative body) :: congrés {m}
congressman {n} (member of congress) :: congressista {m} {f}
congresswoman {n} (female member of congress) :: congressista {m} {f}
congruent {adj} (harmonious) SEE: harmonious ::
congruous {adj} (harmonious) SEE: harmonious ::
Coniacian {prop} (a subdivision of the Late (Upper) Cretaceous epoch) :: Coniacià
conic section {n} (Any of the four distinct shapes that are the intersections of a cone with a plane) :: secció cònica {f}, cònica {f}
conifer {n} (plant) :: conífera {f}
coniform {adj} (having the form of a cone) :: coniforme
conjugally {adv} (in a conjugal manner) :: conjugalment
conjugate {v} (to inflect (a verb) for each person) :: conjugar
conjugation {n} (in some languages, one of several classifications of verbs) :: conjugació {f}
conjunction {n} (act of joining or being joined) :: conjunció {f}
conjunction {n} (grammar: word used to join words or phrases) :: conjunció {f}
conjunction {n} (astronomy: alignment of two bodies in the solar system such that they have the same longitude when seen from Earth) :: conjunció {f}
conjunctiva {n} (membrane) :: conjuntiva {f}
conjunctive mode {n} (subjunctive mood) SEE: subjunctive mood ::
conjunctive mood {n} (subjunctive mood) SEE: subjunctive mood ::
conjunctivitis {n} (inflammation) :: conjuntivitis {f}
conlang {n} (constructed language) SEE: constructed language ::
connective tissue {n} (type of tissue) :: teixit conjuntiu {m}
Connemara {prop} (district of western County Galway) :: Conamara {m}
connotation {n} (suggested or implied meaning) :: connotació {f}
connotative {adj} (that implies or suggests something else) :: connotatiu
connote {v} (to signify beyond principal meaning) :: connotar
conquer {v} (defeat in combat) :: conquerir, conquistar
conquerer {n} (one who conquers) :: vencedor {m}
conscience {n} (moral sense) :: consciència
conscientious objector {n} (someone refusing to fight in an armed conflict because of religious or moral principles) :: objector de consciència {m}
conscious {adj} (alert, awake) :: conscient
conscious {adj} (aware of one's own existence) :: conscient
consciously {adv} (in a conscious manner; knowingly, volitionally) :: conscientment
consecution {n} (sequence) SEE: sequence ::
consecutive {adj} (following, in succession, without interruption) :: consecutiu
consecutive {adj} (having some logical sequence) :: consecutiu
consecutively {adv} (in a consecutive manner) :: consecutivament
consent {v} (to express willingness) :: consentir
consent {n} (voluntary agreement) :: consentiment {m}
consequence {n} (that which follows something on which it depends) :: conseqüència {f}
consequence {n} (result of actions, especially unpleasant) :: conseqüència {f}
consequential {adj} (following as a result) :: conseqüent
consequently {adv} (subsequently) SEE: subsequently ::
consequently {adv} (as a result or consequence) :: conseqüentment
conservation of mass {n} (conservation law) :: conservació de la massa {f}
conservatism {n} (political philosophy that favors maintaining limited government involvement) :: conservadorisme {m}
conservative {adj} (tending to resist change) :: conservador
conservative {adj} (supporting fiscal, political or social conservatism) :: conservador
conservative {adj} (US: relating to the Republican party) :: republicà
conservative {adj} (UK: relating to the Conservative party) :: conservador
conservative {adj} (cautious) SEE: cautious ::
conservativism {n} (conservatism) SEE: conservatism ::
considerable {adj} (worth considering) :: apreciable, considerable
considerable {adj} (large in amount) :: considerable
considerably {adv} (significantly) :: considerablement
considerate {adj} (thoughtful) :: considerat
considerately {adv} (acting with consideration) :: consideradament
consilience {n} (concurrence of multiple inductions) :: consiliència {f}
consist {v} (to be composed (of)) :: consistir
consistency {n} (reliability or uniformity; the quality of being consistent) :: consistència {f}
consistency {n} (degree of viscosity of something) :: consistència {f}
consistency {n} (logic: state of a system of axioms) :: consistència {f}
consistent {adj} (of a regularly occurring, dependable nature) :: consistent
consistent {adj} (not logically contradictory) :: consistent
consistently {adv} (in a consistent manner) :: consistentment
consistently {adv} (constantly) SEE: constantly ::
consolidate {v} (to combine into a single unit; to group together or join) :: consolidar
consolidate {v} (to make stronger or more solid) :: consolidar
consonant {n} (sound) :: consonant {f}
consonant {n} (letter) :: consonant {f}
consonant {adj} (Characterized by harmony or agreement) :: consonant
consortium {n} (association or combination of businesses) :: consorci {m}
conspicuously {adv} (in a conspicuous manner) :: conspícuament
conspiracy {n} (act of working in secret to obtain some goal) :: conspiració {f}
conspiracy theory {n} (hypothetical speculation) :: teoria de la conspiració {f}, teoria conspiràtoria {f}
constant {adj} (unchanged through time) :: constant
constant {adj} (consistently recurring over time) :: constant
constant {n} (that which is permanent or invariable) :: constant {f}
constant {n} (algebra: quantity that remains fixed) :: constant {f}
Constantine {prop} (male given name) :: Constantí {m}
Constantinople {prop} (Constantinople) :: Constantinoble
Constantinopolitan {n} (an inhabitant of Constantinople) :: constantinopolità {m}, constantinopolitana {f}
Constantinopolitan {adj} (related to Constantinople) :: constantinopolità
constantly {adv} (in a constant manner) :: constantment
constantly {adv} (recurring regularly) :: constantment
constantly {adv} (in an invariable manner) :: constantment
constant of integration {n} (constant to be added at the indefinite integral) :: constant d’integració
constellation {n} (formation of stars perceived as figure) :: constel·lació {f}
constipation {n} (state of bowels) :: restrenyiment {m}
constituency {n} (district represented by one or more elected officials) :: circumscripció {f}
constituent {adj} (being a part, or component of a whole) :: constituent
constituent {adj} (authorized to make a constitution) :: constituent
constitution {n} (act or process of setting something up, or establishing something; composition, structure, makeup) :: constitució {f}
constitution {n} (formal or informal system of primary principles and laws regulating a government or other institutions) :: constitució {f}
constitutional {adj} (relating to the constitution) :: constitucional
constitutional {adj} (conforming to the constitution) :: constitucional
constitutionalism {n} (belief in government under a written constitution) :: constitucionalisme {m}
constitutionality {n} ((law) The status of being constitutional) :: constitucionalitat {f}
constitutional monarchy {n} (monarchy limited by laws and a constitution) :: monarquia constitucional {f}
constraint {n} (something that constrains) :: restricció {f}
constructed language {n} (an artificially created language) :: llengua artificial {f}
construction {n} (process of constructing) :: construcció {f}
construction {n} (trade of building) :: construcció {f}
construction {n} (grammar) :: construcció {f}
constructive {adj} (relating to or causing construction) :: constructiu
constructive {adj} (carefully considered and meant to be helpful) :: constructiu
constructiveness {n} (creativity) SEE: creativity ::
constructivism {n} (movement in modern art) :: constructivisme {m}
construe {v} (to translate) SEE: translate ::
consular {adj} (pertaining to a consul) :: consular
consulate {n} (the residency of a consul) :: consolat {m}
consumer {n} (person purchasing goods) :: consumidor {m}
consumer good {n} (goods that consumers buy) :: bé de consum {m}
consumerism {n} (economic theory) :: consumisme {m}
consumption {n} (the act of consuming something) :: consum {m}
consumption {n} (the amount consumed) :: consum {m}
consumption {n} (pulmonary tuberculosis) SEE: pulmonary tuberculosis ::
contact lens {n} (thin lens placed directly on the eye) :: lent de contacte {f}, lentilla {f}, lentícula {f}
contagious {adj} (of a disease, easily transmitted to others) :: contagiós
contagious {adj} (of a fashion, laughter, etc, easily passed on to others) :: contagiós, encomanadís
contagious {adj} (capable of spreading a disease) :: contagiós
contain {v} (to contain) SEE: hold ::
contain {v} (To hold inside) :: contenir
contain {v} (To include as a part) :: contenir
contain {v} (To limit through restraint) :: contenir
container {n} (an item in which objects, materials or data can be stored or transported) :: contenidor {m}
container {n} (a very large, typically metal, box used for transporting goods) :: contenidor {m}
contaminant {n} (that which contaminates) :: contaminant {m}
contaminate {v} (To introduce impurities or foreign matter) :: contaminar
contamination {n} (The act or process of contaminating) :: contaminació {f}
contamination {n} (A grammatical blend) :: contaminació {f}
contemn {v} (to treat or regard with contempt) :: menyspreuar, desdenyar
contemporary {adj} (from the same time period) :: contemporani
contemporary {adj} (modern) :: contemporani
contemporary {n} (someone living at the same time) :: contemporani
content {n} (that which is contained) :: contingut {m}
content {adj} (satisfied) :: content
contented {adj} (satisfied) SEE: satisfied ::
contentious {adj} (marked by controversy) :: controvertit, contenciós
contentious {adj} (given to struggling) :: contenciós
contentiously {adv} (In a contentious manner) :: contenciosament
contest {n} (combat) SEE: combat ::
contestant {n} (participant in a contest) :: concursant {m} {f}
contested {adj} (controversial) SEE: controversial ::
context {n} (text in which a word appears) :: context {m}
contextual {adj} (depending on context) :: contextual
contextualize {v} (place in a context) :: contextualitzar
contiguity {n} (state in which objects are physically touching) :: contigüitat
contiguosity {n} (contiguity) SEE: contiguity ::
contiguous {adj} (connected, touching, abutting) :: contigu
contiguous {adj} (adjacent, neighboring) :: contigu
contiguous {adj} (connecting without a break) :: contigu
contiguousness {n} (contiguity) SEE: contiguity ::
continent {n} (each of main land-masses on earth's surface) :: continent {m}
continental shelf {n} (the area of sea around a land mass) :: plataforma continental {f}
continental slope {n} (fringe separating the coastal zone from the deep ocean) :: talús continental {m}
continually {adv} (in a continuous manner) :: continuadament
continue {v} (transitive: proceed) :: continuar
continue {v} (intransitive: resume) :: continuar
continuity {n} (lack of interruption) :: continuïtat {f}
continuity {n} (notion in mathematics) :: continuïtat {f}
continuous {adj} (without break, cessation, or interruption in time) :: continu
continuous {adj} (without break, cessation, or interruption in space) :: continu
continuous {adj} (in mathematical analysis) :: continu
continuous function {n} (function whose value changes only slightly when its input changes slightly) :: funció contínua {f}
continuously {adv} (without pause) :: contínuament
contortionist {n} (acrobat) :: contorsionista {m} {f}
contrabass {n} (double bass) SEE: double bass ::
contrabassoon {n} (contrabassoon) :: contrafagot {m}
contraceptive {adj} (that acts to prevent conception) :: anticonceptiu
contraceptive {n} (means by which impregnating a woman can be prevented) :: anticonceptiu
contract {n} (agreement that is legally binding) :: contracte {m}
contract {v} (intransitive: draw together; shorten; lessen) :: contreure
contract {v} (gain or acquire (an illness)) :: contreure
contraction {n} (reversible reduction in size) :: contracció {f}
contraction {n} (shortening of a muscle when it is used) :: contracció {f}
contraction {n} (painful shortening of the uterine muscles) :: contracció {f}
contraction {n} (word with omitted letters replaced by an apostrophe) :: contracció {f}
contraction {n} (phonetics: loss of sounds from within a word) SEE: syncope ::
contractual {adj} (of or pertaining to a contract) :: contractual
contradict {v} (deny the truth of (a statement or statements)) :: contradir
contradict {v} (deny the truth of statements made by (a person)) :: contradir
contradiction {n} (act of contradicting) :: contradicció {f}
contradiction {n} (statement that contradicts itself) :: contradicció {f}
contradictorily {adv} (in a contradictory manner) :: contradictòriament
contradictory {adj} (that contradicts something) :: contradictori
contradictory {adj} (that is itself a contradiction) :: contradictori
contrarily {adv} (in a contrary manner) :: contràriament
contrariwise {adv} (on the other hand) SEE: on the other hand ::
contrariwise {adv} (on the contrary) SEE: on the contrary ::
contrary to {prep} (despite) SEE: despite ::
contribution {n} (something given or offered that adds to a larger whole) :: contribució {f}
contribution {n} (an amount of money given toward something) :: contribució {f}
contribution {n} (the act of contributing) :: contribució {f}
contrite {adj} (sincerely penitent) :: contrit
contrive {v} (To form by an exercise of ingenuity; to devise; to plan; to scheme; to plot) :: idear
contrived {adj} (unnatural, forced) :: artificial, forçat
control {v} (to exercise influence over; to suggest or dictate the behavior of) :: controlar
control {n} (authority) :: control {m}
control {n} (machine) :: control {m}
controllable {adj} (able to be controlled) :: controlable
control tower {n} (airport control tower) :: torre de control {f}
controversial {adj} (arousing controversy) :: controvertit, polèmic
contumelious {adj} (rudely contemptuous; showing contumely) :: contumeliós
contusion {n} (wound in which the skin is not broken) :: contusió {f}
convection {n} (process of conveying something) :: convecció {f}
convenience {v} (quality of being suitable, useful or convenient) :: conveniència {f}
convenience {v} (anything that makes for an easier life) :: conveniència {f}
convenience store {n} (a small retail store) :: botigua de conveniència {f}
convenient {adj} (of or pertaining to convenience; simple; easy; expedient) :: convenient
conveniently {adv} (in a convenient manner) :: convenientment
convent {n} (building) :: convent {m}
convention {n} (meeting or a gathering) :: convenció
conventional {adj} (following an accepted principle) :: convencional
conventional {adj} (ordinary, commonplace) :: convencional
conventionalism {n} (Adherence to social conventions) :: convencionalisme {m}
convergence {n} (the act of converging) :: convergència {f}
convergent {adj} (that converges or focuses) :: convergent
conversation {n} (expression and exchange of individual ideas through talking with other people) :: conversa {f}, conversació {f}
conversely {adv} (from another point of view) SEE: on the other hand ::
conversion {n} ((rugby) A free kick) :: transformació {f}
convert {v} (transform (something) into another form, substance, state, or product) :: convertir
convert {v} (change (something) from one use, function, or purpose to another) :: convertir
convert {v} (induce (someone) to adopt a particular religion, faith, or belief) :: convertir
convert {v} (exchange for (something) of equal value) :: convertir
convert {v} (express (a quantity) in alternative units) :: convertir
convertible {adj} (able to be converted) :: convertible
convertible {n} (car whose roof can be removed or folded) :: descapotable {m}
convex {adj} (curved or bowed outward like the outside of a bowl or sphere or circle) :: convex
convexity {n} (state of being convex) :: convexitat {f}
convexity {n} (convex line of surface) :: convexitat {f}
conviction {n} (firmly held belief) :: convicció {f}
convince {v} (to make someone believe, or feel sure about something) :: convèncer
convinced {adj} (In a state of believing, especially from evidence) :: convençut
convincing {adj} (effective as proof or evidence) :: convincent
convoluted {adj} (complex) :: complicat, enrevessat
convolution {n} (any of the folds on the surface of the brain) :: circumvolució {f}
convoy {n} (group of vehicles traveling together for safety, especially one with an escort) :: comboi {m}
convulsion {n} (intense muscular contraction) :: convulsió {f}
cook {n} (a person who prepares food for a living) :: cuiner {m}, xef {m}
cook {v} (to prepare (food) for eating) :: cuinar
cook {v} (to prepare food) :: cuinar
cook {v} (to become ready for eating) :: coure, cuinar
cook {v} (colloquial: to be uncomfortably hot) :: coure's
cooker hood {n} (kitchen device) SEE: extractor hood ::
cookery {n} (art and practice of preparing food for consumption) :: cuina {f}
cookie {n} (bun) SEE: bun ::
cookie {n} (small, flat baked good, see also: biscuit) :: galeta {f}
cookie {n} (sweet baked good (as in the previous sense) which has chocolate chips, fruit, nuts etc. baked into it) :: coca {f}, galeta {f}
cookie {n} (HTTP cookie) SEE: HTTP cookie ::
cool {adj} (having a slightly low temperature) :: fred, fresc
cool {adj} (not showing emotion, calm) :: fred {m}, freda {f}
cool {adj} (colloquial: in fashion) :: guai
cool {adj} (colloquial: all right, acceptable) :: guai {m} {f}
cool {adj} (colloquial: not upset) :: tranqui
cooling glasses {n} (sunglasses) SEE: sunglasses ::
cooper {n} (craftsman) :: boter {m}
cooperate {v} (to work together) :: cooperar
cooperative {adj} (ready to work with another) :: cooperatiu
cooperative {adj} (relating to a cooperative) :: cooperatiu
cooperative {n} (type of company) :: cooperativa {f}
co-opt {v} (To elect as a fellow member of a group, such as a committee.) :: cooptar
coordinator {n} (One who coordinates) :: coordinador
coot {n} (bird) :: fotja {f}, folliga {f}
cootie {n} (louse) SEE: louse ::
cooze {n} (vagina) SEE: vagina ::
Copenhagen {prop} (capital of Denmark) :: Copenhaguen
copernicium {n} (chemical element) :: copernici {m}
Copernicus {prop} (surname of Nicolaus Copernicus) :: Copèrnic {m}
copilot {n} (relief or assistant pilot of an aircraft) :: copilot {m} {f}
coplanar {adj} (geometry: within the same plane) :: coplanari
copper {n} (chemical element) :: coure {m}, aram {m}
copper {adj} (made of copper) :: courenc
coppern {adj} (made of copper) SEE: copper ::
copper shark {n} (Carcharhinus brachyurus) :: tauró bronzat {m}
coppersmith {n} (person) :: caldaerer [Algherese]
copra {n} (dried kernel of coconut) :: copra {f}
coprolite {n} (fossilized excrement) :: copròlit {m}
Copt {n} (member of the Coptic Church) :: copte {m}
Coptic {adj} (of or pertaining to the Copts, Coptic Orthodox Church or to the Coptic language) :: copte
Coptic {n} (language) :: copte {m}
copulate {v} (to engage in sexual intercourse) :: copular
copulate {v} (to have sexual intercourse with) SEE: bed ::
copulate {v} (copulate) SEE: cover ::
copulate {v} (to engage in sexual intercourse) SEE: make love ::
copulate {v} (take part in a sexual act) SEE: have sex ::
copy {n} (result of copying) :: còpia {f}
copy {n} (printed edition of a book or magazine) :: exemplar {m}
copy {v} (produce something identical) :: copiar
copy {v} (place a copy in memory) :: copiar
copy {v} (imitate) :: copiar
copy {n} (writing paper of a particular size) SEE: bastard ::
coquettishly {adv} (in a coquettish manner) :: coquetament
coral {n} (substance) :: corall {m}
coral {n} (colony) :: corall {m}
coral {n} (colour) :: de color {m} corall, coral·lí
coral {adj} (made of coral) :: coral·lí
coral {adj} (having the yellowish pink colour of coral) :: coral·lí
coraller {n} (person who collects coral) :: coraler {m}, coraller {m}
coralline {adj} (of the material coral) :: coral·lí
cor anglais {n} (woodwind instrument) :: corn anglès {m}
cord {n} (length of twisted strands) :: corda {f}, cordill {m}
cord {n} (wires surrounded by a coating, used to supply electricity) :: cable {m}
Cordelier {n} (Franciscan) SEE: Franciscan ::
cordially {adv} (in a friendly manner) :: cordialment
coreference {n} (grammar: the relationship between multiple terms that have a common referent) :: coreferència {f}
coregency {n} (monarchical position (such as king, queen, emperor or empress) held by two persons when normally held by only one) :: coregència {f}
coregent {n} (joint ruler or regent) :: coregent {m} {f}
co-religionary {n} (a fellow follower of one's religion) SEE: co-religionist ::
co-religionist {n} (a fellow follower of one's religion) :: coreligionari {m}, coreligionària {f}
Corfu {prop} (island) :: Corfú
Corinth {prop} (city in Greece) :: Corint
cork {n} (bark of the cork oak) :: suro {m}
cork {n} (bottle stopper) :: tap {m}, suro
cork {n} (cork oak) SEE: cork oak ::
cork oak {n} (a type of evergreen oak tree, Quercus suber) :: alzina surera {f}
corkscrew {n} (implement for opening bottles sealed by a cork) :: llevataps {m}
cormorant {n} (seabird) :: corb marí {m}
corn {n} (maize) SEE: maize ::
corn {n} (type of callus) :: call {m}
corncob {n} (core of an ear of corn) :: panotxa
cornea {n} (layer forming the front of the eye) :: còrnia {f}
corneal {adj} (of or pertaining to the cornea) :: corneal
cornel {n} (tree) :: corneller {m}
corner {n} (point where two converging lines meet) SEE: angle ::
corner {n} (space in the angle between converging lines or walls) :: racó {m}
corner {n} (intersection of two streets) :: cantonada {f}
corner {n} (secret or secluded place) :: amagatall {m}, racó {m}
corner {v} (to drive into a corner) :: arraconar
corner {n} (football: corner kick) SEE: corner kick ::
cornerback {n} (defensive player in certain sports) :: defensor lateral {m}
corner flag {n} (flag marking the corner of a playing field) :: banderó de córner {m}
corner kick {n} (in soccer) :: servei de córner {m}
corner of the eye {n} (side of the eye where eyelids join) :: cua de l'ull {f}
corner shop {n} (small retail store) SEE: convenience store ::
cornerstone {n} (base stone) :: pedra cantonera {f}
cornerstone {n} (that which is prominent, fundamental, noteworthy, or central) :: pedra angular {f}
cornet {n} (musical instrument) :: corneta {f}
cornett {n} (wind instrument) :: cornetto {m}, corneta {f}
cornetto {n} (cornett) SEE: cornett ::
cornice {n} (horizontal architectural element) :: cornisa {f}
corniform {adj} (horn-shaped) :: corniforme {m}
Cornish {adj} (of Cornwall) :: còrnic {m}, cornuallès {m}
cornucopia {n} (mythical horn endlessly overflowing with food and drink) :: corn de l'abundància {m}
coronal mass ejection {n} (coronal mass ejection) :: ejecció de massa coronal {f}
coronation {n} (the act or solemnity of crowning) :: coronació {f}
corporal {n} (military rank) :: caporal {m} {f}
corporal {n} (ecclesiastical: cloth on which the elements of the Eucharist are placed) :: corporal {m}
corporal {adj} (bodily) SEE: bodily ::
corporation {n} (paunch) SEE: paunch ::
corporeal {adj} (bodily) SEE: bodily ::
corpse {n} (dead body) :: cadàver {m}
corpus {n} (body) SEE: body ::
corpus {n} (linguistics: collection of writings) :: corpus {m}
corpus callosum {n} (Band of nerves connecting hemispheres) :: cos callós {m}
correct {adj} (free from error) :: correcte, condret
correct {v} (To make something wrong become right) :: corregir
correctable {adj} (able to be corrected) :: corregible
correction {n} (act of correcting) :: correcció {f}
correction {n} (substitution for an error or mistake) :: correcció {f}
correctly {adv} (in a correct manner) :: correctament
correspond {v} (To be equivalent or similar) :: correspondre
correspond {v} (to correspond) SEE: respond ::
correspondence {n} (reciprocal exchange of civilities, especially by letters) :: correspondència {f}
correspondent {adj} (corresponding) SEE: corresponding ::
correspondent {n} (journalist) :: corresponsal {m} {f}
corresponding {adj} (that have a similar relationship) :: corresponent
corridor {n} (narrow hall or passage) :: passadís {m}, corredor {m}
corrigendum {n} (list of errors in a printed work) SEE: errata ::
corrigendum {n} (error that is to be corrected in a printed work) :: errata {f}
corrigible {adj} (able to be corrected) SEE: correctable ::
corrode {v} (to eat away) :: corroir
corrode {v} (to consume) :: corroir
corrode {v} (to have corrosive action) :: corroir
corrosion {n} (The act of corroding) :: corrosió {f}
corrosion {n} (Erosion by chemical action) :: corrosió {f}
corrosion {n} (The gradual destruction or undermining of something) :: corrosió {f}
corrosive {adj} (destroying texture or substance of a body) :: corrosiu
corrugated {adj} (marked with parallel folds, ridges or furrows) :: ondulat
corrugated {adj} (bent into regular curved folds or grooves) :: ondulat
corrupt {adj} (in a depraved state) :: corrupte
corrupt {adj} (with lots of errors in it) :: corrupte
corrupt {v} (to change from good to bad) :: corrompre
corruptedly {adv} (corruptly) SEE: corruptly ::
corruptible {adj} :: corruptible
corruption {n} :: corrupció {f}
corruptly {adv} (in a corrupt manner) :: corruptament
Corrèze {prop} (département) :: Corresa
corsair {n} (privateersman or pirate) :: corsari {m}, corsària {f}
corselet {n} (thorax) SEE: thorax ::
Corsica {prop} (island in the Mediterranean) :: Còrsega {f}
Corsican {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Corsica) :: cors
Corsican {n} (person from Corsica or of Corsican descent) :: cors {m}, corsa {f}
Corsican {prop} (language) :: cors {m}
cortex {n} (outer layer of an internal organ or body structure) :: còrtex {m}
corticosteroid {n} (corticosteroid) :: corticosteroide {m}
cortisone {n} (corticosteroid hormone) :: cortisona {f}
corundum {n} (mineral) :: corindó {m}
Corunna {prop} (A Coruña) SEE: A Coruña ::
corvette {n} (warship of 17th-18th century) :: corbeta {f}, bricbarca {f}
corvette {n} (modern warship) :: corbeta {f}
cos {conj} (because) SEE: because ::
Cos {prop} (island) :: Cos
cosecant {n} (reciprocal of the sine function) :: cosecant {f}
Cosenza {prop} (town) :: Cosenza
cosine {n} (trigonometric function) :: cosinus {m}
cosmetic {adj} (external or superficial) :: cosmètic
cosmetic {n} (any substances applied to enhance the external color or texture of the skin) :: cosmètic {m}
cosmetics {n} (preparations to change or enhance the beauty) :: cosmètica {f}
cosmetics {n} (study of such products) :: cosmètica {f}
cosmic {adj} (of or from or pertaining to the cosmos or universe) :: còsmic
cosmo- {prefix} (universe, world) :: cosmo-
cosmochemistry {n} (branch of chemistry) :: cosmoquímica {f}
cosmogony {n} (the study of the origin of the universe) :: cosmogonia {f}
cosmological {adj} (of or pertaining to cosmology, or to the overall structure of the universe) :: cosmològic
cosmologist {n} (person who studies cosmology) :: cosmòleg {m}
cosmology {n} (study of the physical universe) :: cosmologia {f}
cosmopolitan {n} (cosmopolite) SEE: cosmopolite ::
cosmopolitan {adj} (composed of people from all over the world) :: cosmopolita
cosmopolitan {adj} (at ease in any part of the world) :: cosmopolita
cosmopolitan {adj} (growing in many parts of the world; widely distributed) :: cosmopolita
cosmopolite {n} (cosmopolitan person) :: cosmopolita
cosmos {n} (the universe) :: cosmos {m}
Cossack {n} (member of a population) :: cosac {m}, cosaca {f}
Cossack {n} (member of a Cossack military unit) :: cosac {m}, cosaca {f}
cost {v} (to incur a charge, a price) :: costar
cost {n} (amount of money, time, etc.) :: preu {m}, cost {m}
costa {n} (rib) SEE: rib ::
costal {adj} (pertaining to a rib) :: costal
Costa Rica {prop} (country) :: Costa Rica {f}
Costa Rican {n} (person from Costa Rica) :: costa-riqueny {m}, costa-riquenya {f}
Costa Rican {adj} (pertaining to Costa Rica) :: costa-riqueny
costly {adj} (expensive) :: costós
costume jewellery {n} (False jewellery) :: bijuteria {f}
cosy {adj} (affording comfort and warmth) :: acollidor
cotangent {n} (trigonometric function) :: cotangent {f}
cottage cheese {n} (cheese curd product) :: mató {m}
cotton {n} (plant) :: cotó {m}
cotton {n} (fiber) :: cotó {m}
cotton {n} (fabric) :: cotó {m}
cotton {adj} (made of cotton) :: de cotó {m}
cotton candy {n} (cotton candy) SEE: candy floss ::
couch {n} (furniture for seating of more than one person) :: sofà {m}
couch {n} (couch grass) SEE: couch grass ::
couch grass {n} (species of grass) :: agram {m}
cough {v} (push air from the lungs) :: tossir
cough {n} (expulsion of air from the lungs) :: tos {f}
coulomb {n} (unit of electrical charge) :: coulomb
council {n} (committee that leads or governs) :: consell {m}
count {v} (to enumerate or determine number) :: comptar
count {v} (to be of significance; to matter) :: comptar, valdre
count {n} (the act of counting) :: comptatge {m}, compte {m}
count {n} (the result of a tally that reveals the number of items in a set) :: compte {m}
count {n} (ruler of a county (m)) :: comte {m}
countable {adj} (capable of being counted, having a quantity) :: comptable
counter- {prefix} (in opposition to) :: contra-
counter {n} (object used in counting) :: fitxa {f}, getó {m}
counter {n} (table or board on which business is transacted) :: taulell {m}
counter {n} (one who counts) :: comptador {m}
counter {n} (telltale) :: comptavoltes {m}
counter-attack {v} (attack in response to an attack by opponents) :: contraatacar
counterclockwise {adj} (anticlockwise) SEE: anticlockwise ::
counterespionage {n} (activities to prevent spying) :: contraespionatge {m}
counterintelligence {n} (counterintelligence) SEE: counterespionage ::
counteroffer {n} (offer made in reply to an unacceptable offer) :: contraoferta {f}
counterpane {n} (topmost covering of a bed) SEE: bedspread ::
counterproductive {adj} (more of a hindrance than a help) :: contraproduent
counterrevolution {n} (revolution to reverse effects of previous revolution) :: contrarevolució {f}
counterrevolutionary {adj} (in opposition to a revolution) :: contrarevolucionari
counterrevolutionary {n} (person who opposes a revolution) :: contrarevolucionari
countertenor {n} (adult male singer) :: contratenor {m}
countertenor {n} (a part or section performing a countermelody against the tenor or main part) :: contratenor {m}
counterweight {n} (heavy mass reducing the amount of work which must be done to effect the raising and lowering of something) :: contrapès {m}
countess {n} (wife of a count or earl) :: comtessa {f}
country {n} (region of land) :: país {m}
country {n} (nation state) :: país {m}
country {n} (the country, rural area, as opposed to the town or city) :: camp {m}
country {adj} (of, from or pertaining to the countryside (adjective)) :: campestre
county {n} (land ruled by a count or countess) :: comtat {m}
county {n} (administrative region of various countries) :: comtat {m}, comarca {f}
coup {n} (coup d'état) SEE: coup d'état ::
coup de grâce {n} (final blow) :: cop de gràcia {m}
coup d'état {n} (sudden overthrow of a government) :: cop d'estat {m}
coupist {n} (one who takes part in a coup d'état) :: colpista {m} {f}
couple {n} (two partners) :: parella
courage {n} (quality of a confident character) :: coratge {m}, valor {m}
courage {n} (ability to do frightening things) :: coratge {m}
courageous {adj} (brave) SEE: brave ::
courageous {adj} (of an action, that requires courage) :: coratjós, valent
courageously {adv} (in a courageous manner) :: coratjosament
courgette {n} (a small marrow/squash) :: carabassó
course {n} (learning program) :: curs {m}
course {n} (stage of a meal) :: plat {m}
course {n} (itinerary of a race) :: itinerari {m}, ruta {f}, recorregut {m}
course {n} (sports: trajectory of a ball etc.) :: trajectòria {f}
course {n} (nautical: direction of movement of a vessel) :: rumb {m}
course {n} :: curs {m}
course {v} (Flow) :: cursar, recórrer
course {n} (racecourse) SEE: racecourse ::
course {n} (golf course) SEE: golf course ::
court {n} (enclosed space; a courtyard) :: pati {m}
court {n} (residence of a sovereign, prince, nobleman, or ether dignitary) :: cort {f}
court {n} (collective body of persons composing the retinue of a sovereign or person high in authority) :: cort {f}
court {n} (hall, chamber, or place, where justice is administered) :: cort {f}, tribunal {m}
court {n} (tribunal established for the administration of justice) :: cort {f}, tribunal {m}
court {n} (place for playing the game of tennis and some other ball games) :: pista de joc {f}
court {v} (to attempt to win over) :: cortejar
courteous {adj} (showing regard for others) :: cortès
courteously {adv} (in a courteous manner) :: cortesament
courtesy {n} (polite behavior) :: cortesia {f}
courthouse {n} (public building housing courts of law) :: palau de justícia
courtier {n} (attendant at a royal court) :: cortesà {m}
court jester {n} (person who amused a medieval court) :: bufó {m}
courtyard {n} (unroofed walled area) :: pati {m}
couscous {n} (pasta of North African origin) :: cuscús {m}
cousin {n} (nephew or niece of a parent) :: cosí {m}, cosina {f}
covariance {n} (statistical measure) :: covariància {f}
cove {n} (small coastal inlet, especially one having high cliffs protecting vessels from prevailing winds) :: cala {f}
coven {n} (formal group or assembly of witches) :: aquelarre {m}
cover {n} (lid) :: tapa {f}
covered {adj} (overlaid or enclosed within something) :: cobert
covering letter {n} (cover letter) SEE: cover letter ::
cover letter {n} (letter to introduce a document) :: carta de presentació {f}
covert {n} (disguise) SEE: disguise ::
covertly {adv} (secretly) SEE: secretly ::
cow {n} (female domesticated ox or other bovine) :: vaca {f}
cow {n} (derogatory: despicable woman) :: vaca {f}, bruixa {f}, foca {f}
cow {n} (informal: anything annoyingly difficult) :: marró {m}, pedra {f}
cowabunga {interj} (expression of joy) SEE: yes ::
coward {n} (a person who lacks courage) :: covard
cowardice {n} (the lack of courage) :: covardia {f}
cowardly {adj} (showing cowardice) :: covard
cowardly {adv} (in the manner of a coward) :: covardament
cowbell {n} (bell worn by cows) :: esquella {f}
cowbell {n} (musical instrument) :: esquellot {m}
cower {v} (to crouch in fear) :: encongir-se
cowherd {n} (a person who herds cattle) :: vaquer {m}
cowpat {n} (droppings of cow dung) :: buina {f}, bonyiga {f}
cowper {n} (cooper) SEE: cooper ::
Cowper's gland {n} (Bulbourethral gland) :: glàndula de Cowper {f}
coyote {n} (canine) :: coiot {m}
crab {n} (crustacean) :: cranc {m}, carranc {m}
crab {n} (informal: infestation of pubic lice) :: cabra
crack {v} (to form cracks) :: esquerdar-se
crack {n} (thin space opened in a previously solid material) :: esquerda {f}, escletxa {f}
crack {n} (narrow opening) :: badall {m}
crack {n} (attempt at something) SEE: try ::
cracker {n} (firecracker) SEE: firecracker ::
cracker {n} (northern pintail) SEE: northern pintail ::
crack of dawn {n} (sunrise) SEE: sunrise ::
crack of dawn {n} (crack of dawn) SEE: daybreak ::
Cracow {prop} (city) :: Cracòvia {f}
-cracy {suffix} (rule) :: -cràcia {f}
cradle {n} (oscillating bed for a baby) :: bressol {m}
cradle {v} (to rock (a baby to sleep)) :: bressolar, bressar
cradle song {n} (lullaby) SEE: lullaby ::
craft {v} (to make by hand) :: fet a mà
craft {n} (device; means; art) SEE: device ::
craft {n} (strength; power; might; force) SEE: strength ::
craftsman {n} (male artisan) :: artesà {m}
cram {v} (to press, force, or drive, particularly in filling, or in thrusting one thing into another) :: embotir
cram {v} (to fill with food to satiety; to stuff) :: empatxar-se
cram {v} (to swot) :: empollar
Cramer's rule {n} (the explicit formula) :: regla de Cramer {f}
cramp {n} (painful contraction of a muscle) :: rampa {f}
cramp {n} (clamp for carpentry or masonry) SEE: clamp ::
cranberry {n} (shrub) :: nabiu de grua {m}
cranberry {n} (berry) :: nabiu
crane {n} (bird) :: grua {f}
crane {n} (machinery) :: grua {f}
cranial {adj} (of or relating to the cranium, or to the skull) :: cranial
cranium {n} (skull) SEE: skull ::
crank {n} (a bent piece of an axle or shaft, or an arm attached to the end of a shaft or wheel, used to impart a rotation) :: maneta {f}
crash {n} (vehicle accident) :: xoc {m}, patacada {f}
crash course {n} (quick, intense course) :: curs intensiu {m}
crass {adj} (coarse; crude; not refined, insensitive) :: cras
crass {adj} (dense) :: cras
-crat {suffix} (participant) :: -crata {m} {f}
-crat {suffix} (advocate) :: -crata {m} {f}
crater {n} (astronomy: hemispherical pit) :: cràter
crater {n} (geology: opening of a volcano) :: cràter
crater {n} (pit left by an explosion) :: cràter
crave {n} (to want strongly) :: ansiar
craving {n} (strong desire; yearning) :: ànsia
crawdad {n} (crayfish) SEE: crayfish ::
crawfish {n} (crayfish) SEE: crayfish ::
crawl {v} (to move along the ground) :: arrossegar-se, gatejar
crayfish {n} (freshwater crustacean resembling lobster) :: cranc del riu {m}
crayon {n} (colored chalk or wax) :: llapis de color {m}
crazily {adv} (in a crazy manner) :: bojament
craziness {n} (madness) :: bogeria {f}, insanitat {f}
crazy {adj} (insane, demented) :: boig
crazy {adj} (out of control) :: boig {m}
crazy {n} (an insane or eccentric person) :: boig {m}
crèche {n} (nativity scene) SEE: nativity scene ::
Córdoba {prop} (city) :: Còrdova {f}
cream {n} (oily part of milk) :: nata {f}, crema {f}
cream {n} (colour) :: crema {m}
cream {n} (the best part) :: crema {f}
cream {n} (product to apply to the skin) :: crema {f}
creamy {adj} (containing cream) :: cremós
creamy {adj} (of food or drink, having the taste or texture of cream) :: cremós
creamy {adj} (of any liquid, having the texture of cream) :: cremós
create {v} (to put into existence) :: crear
create {v} :: crear
creation {n} (something created such as an invention or artwork) :: creació {f}
creation {n} (act of creation) :: creació {f}
creation {n} ((Biblical) all which exists) :: creació {f}
creationism {n} (any creationary theory or belief system) :: creacionisme {m}
creationist {n} (a proponent or supporter of creationism) :: creacionista {m} {f}
creationist {adj} (of or relating to creationism) :: creacionista
creationistic {adj} (of or pertaining to creationism) :: creacionista
creative {adj} (having the ability to create) :: creatiu
creative {adj} (original, expressive, and imaginative) :: creatiu
creative {n} (person directly involved in a creative marketing process) :: creatiu
creativity {n} (quality or ability to create or invent something) :: creativitat {f}
creator {n} (one who creates) :: creador {m}
credibility {n} (reputation impacting one's ability to be believed) :: credibilitat {f}
credible {adj} (believable or plausible) :: creïble
credible {adj} (authentic or convincing) :: creïble
credit {v} (to acknowledge a contribution) :: reconeixement {m}
credit card {n} (card connected to a credit account used to buy goods or services) :: targeta de crèdit {f}
creditor {n} (a person to whom a debt is owed) :: creditor {m}, [slang] anglès {m}
credulity {n} (gullibility) SEE: gullibility ::
credulous {adj} (excessively ready to believe things) :: crèdul
creek {n} (small inlet or bay) :: cala {f}
creek {n} (stream of water) :: rierol {m}, riera {f}
creep {v} (to move slowly with the abdomen close to the ground) SEE: crawl ::
creeper {n} (treecreeper) SEE: treecreeper ::
creepy {adj} (producing a fearful sensation) :: esborronador
crenel {n} (space between merlons) :: merlet {m}
creole {n} (lect formed from two languages) :: crioll {m}
creosote bush {n} (creosote bush) :: governadora {f}
crepuscular {adj} (of or relating to twilight) :: crepuscular
crepuscule {n} (twilight) :: crepuscle
crescent {n} (figure of the moon) :: mitja lluna {f}
crescent spanner {n} (adjustable spanner) SEE: adjustable spanner ::
Cretan {adj} (relating to Crete) :: cretenc
Cretan {n} (inhabitant) :: cretenc {m}, cretenca {f}
Crete {prop} (island) :: Creta {f}
cretinous {adj} (very stupid) :: cretí
Creuse {prop} (département) :: Cruesa {f}
crew {n} (group of people operating a large facility or piece of equipment) :: tripulació {f}
crew {n} (non-officer nautical personnel) :: marineria {f}
crew {n} (group of people working on common task) :: equip {m}
crew {n} (informal: group of friends or associates) :: banda {f}, colla {f}
crew {n} (member of a crew) :: tripulant {m}
crib {n} (nativity scene) SEE: nativity scene ::
cribellum {n} (spinning organ) :: cribel {m}
cricket {n} (insect) :: grill {m}
cricket {n} (game) :: criquet {m}
crime {n} (act violating the law) :: crim {m}, delicte {m}
crime {n} (practice or habit of committing crimes) :: crim {m}
Crimea {prop} (peninsula, see also: Crimean peninsula) :: Crimea {f}
crime against humanity {n} (a large-scale persecution of, or atrocity against a body of people) :: crim de lesa humanitat {m}
Crimean {prop} (Crimea) SEE: Crimea ::
Crimean Tatar {n} (a Turkic language) :: tàtar de Crimea {m}
crime of passion {n} (crime against a loved one because of jealous rage or heartbreak) :: crim passional {m}
criminal {adj} (being against the law) :: criminal
criminal {adj} (guilty of breaking the law) :: criminal
criminal {adj} (of or relating to crime) :: criminal
criminal {n} (person guilty of a crime, breaking the law) :: criminal {m} {f}
criminalize {v} (to make something be a crime) :: il·legalitzar, criminalitzar
criminally {adv} (in a criminal manner) :: criminalment
criminal offence {n} (crime) SEE: crime ::
criminologist {n} (person who practices criminology) :: criminòleg {m}
criminology {n} (the study of crime and criminals, especially their behaviour) :: criminologia {f}
crimson {n} (deep, slightly bluish red) :: carmesí
crimson {v} (blush) SEE: blush ::
crimson tide {n} (menstruation) SEE: menstruation ::
crippled {adj} (having a physical impediment) :: esguerrat
crisis {n} (crucial or decisive point or situation; a turning point) :: crisi {f}
crisis {n} (unstable situation in political, social, economic or military affairs) :: crisi {f}
crisis {n} (sudden change in the course of a disease) :: crisi {f}
crisis {n} (traumatic or stressful change in a person's life) :: crisi {f}
crisis {n} (point in a drama at which a conflict reaches a peak before being resolved) :: crisi {f}
criterion {n} (standard for comparison and judgment) :: criteri {m}
critic {n} (person who appraises the works of others) :: crític {m}
critic {n} (specialist in judging works of art) :: crític {m}
critic {n} (one who criticizes; a person who finds fault) :: crític {m}
critical {adj} (inclined to find fault) :: crític
critical {adj} (pertaining to or indicating a crisis) :: crític
critical {adj} (extremely important) :: crític
critical {adj} (relating to criticism) :: crític
critical {adj} (likely to go wrong) :: crític
critical {adj} (of the point where a reaction becomes self-sustaining) :: crític
critically {adv} (in a critical manner, with criticism) :: críticament
critical mass {n} (amount of fissile material needed to a nuclear chain reaction) :: massa crítica {f}
critique {n} (essay in which another piece of work is criticised, reviewed) :: crítica {f}
croak {n} (the harsh cry of various birds, particularly the raven or crow) SEE: caw ::
croak {v} (of a raven, to make its cry) SEE: caw ::
croak {n} (the cry of a frog or toad) :: rauc {m}
croak {v} (to make a croak) :: raucar
croak {v} (of a frog, to make its cry) :: raucar
Croat {n} (language) SEE: Croatian ::
Croat {n} (citizen of Croatia or person of Croatian ethnicity) :: croat {m}, croata {f}
Croatia {prop} (country in Europe) :: Croàcia
Croatian {adj} (of or pertaining to Croatia) :: croat
Croatian {n} (person of Croatia) :: croat {m}, croata {f}
Croatian {n} (the standardized variety of Serbo-Croatian) :: croat {m}
crockery {n} (plates, dishes and other eating and serving tableware) :: vaixella {f}
crocodile {n} (reptile) :: cocodril {m}
crocus {n} (plant of genus Crocus) :: crocus {m}
croissant {n} (a flaky roll or pastry in a form of a crescent) :: croissant {m}
cromlech {n} (Welsh dolmen or underground tomb) :: cromlec {m}
crone {n} (obsolete: an old woman) :: vella {f}, àvia {f}, iaia {f}
crooked {adj} (having one or more bends or angles) :: tort, tortuós
crop {n} (part of bird's or animal’s alimentary tract) :: pap {m}
crop up {v} (to occur) :: passar, esdevenir, succeir, ocórrer
croquembouche {n} (French dessert made from a pile of profiteroles coated with caramel) :: pastís de lioneses {m}
croquet {n} (croquette) SEE: croquette ::
croquette {n} (food) :: croqueta {f}
crosier {n} (staff of a bishop or abbot) :: bàcul {m}
cross {n} (geometrical figure) :: creu {f}
cross {n} (in heraldry) :: creu {f}
cross {n} (wooden post with a perpendicular beam, used for crucifixion) :: creu {f}
cross {prep} (across) SEE: across ::
crossbar {n} (top of the goal structure) :: travesser {m}
crossbow {n} (mechanised weapon based on the bow) :: ballesta {f}
crossbowman {n} (someone equipped with a crossbow) :: ballester {m}
cross check {n} (illegal maneuver) :: càrrega amb l'estic {f}
cross-eyed {adj} (having both eyes oriented inward) :: guerxo, estràbic, guenyo
cross one's fingers {v} (do this or a similar gesture to wish for good luck) :: encreuar els dits
cross-platform {adj} (designed to work on various operating systems) :: multiplataforma {m} {m-p} {f} {f-p}
crossroad {n} (crossroads) SEE: crossroads ::
crossroads {n} (intersection) :: encreuament {m}, cruïlla {f}
cross-stitch {n} (embroidery or needlework) :: punt de creu {m}
cross swords {v} (to fight with someone) SEE: duel ::
cross the Rubicon {v} (to make an irreversible decision) :: passar el Rubicó
cross vault {n} (structure created by intersection of vaults) :: volta per aresta {f}
crosswalk {n} (place where pedestrians can cross a street) :: pas de vianants {m}
crossword {n} (word puzzle) :: mots encreuats {m-p}
crossword puzzle {n} (crossword) SEE: crossword ::
crotch {n} (area of a person’s body) :: engonal {m}, entrecuix {m}
croup {v} (to croak) SEE: croak ::
croup {n} (an infectious illness of the larynx) :: crup {m}
croustade {n} (dish) :: crostada {f}
crow {n} (any bird of the genus Corvus) :: còrvid {m}
crow {n} (bar of iron) :: corb {m}
crowd {n} (group of people) :: multitud {f}, gentada {f}, gernació {f}
crowded {adj} (containing too many of something) :: abarrotat
crowdfunding {n} (pooling of money for a common goal) :: micromecenatge {m}
crown {n} (royal headdress) :: corona {f}
crown {n} (representation of such a headdress) :: corona {f}
crown {n} (top of a tree) :: capçada {f}
crown {n} (religion: round spot shaved clean on the top of the head) SEE: tonsure ::
crown cap {n} (type of bottle cap) :: tap corona {m}
crown cork {n} (crown cap) SEE: crown cap ::
crown gall {n} (plant disease) :: agalla del coll {f}
crowning {n} (act of crowning) SEE: coronation ::
crucial {adj} (extremely important) :: crucial
crucifix {n} (object) :: crucifix {m}
crucifixion {n} (execution by being nailed or tied to an upright cross) :: crucifixió {f}
cruciform {adj} (having the shape of a cross) :: cruciforme
crucify {v} (to execute a person by nailing to a crucifix) :: crucificar
crude {adj} (being in a natural state) :: cru
crude {adj} (lacking concealing elements) :: cru
crude {adj} (lacking tact or taste) :: groller
cruel {adj} (that intentionally causes pain and suffering) :: cruel
cruelly {adv} (in a cruel manner) :: cruelment
cruelty {n} (indifference to suffering) :: crueltat {f}
cruelty {n} (positive pleasure in inflicting suffering) :: crueltat {f}
cruelty {n} (cruel act) :: crueltat {f}
cruet {n} (A small bottle or container used to hold a condiment) :: setrill {m}, setrilleres {f-p}, vinagrera {f}
cruet {n} (A small vessel used to hold wine or water for the Eucharist) :: canadella {f}
cruise {n} (sea voyage) :: creuer {m}
cruiser {n} (class of warships) :: creuer {m}
cruiser {n} (passenger ship designed for cruising) :: creuer {m}
cruise ship {n} (passenger ship) :: creuer {m}
crumb {n} (small piece of biscuit, cake, etc) :: engruna {f}, mica {f}
crumb {n} ((figurative) small amount) :: mica {f}, molla {f}
crumb {n} (soft internal portion of bread) :: molla {f}
crumble {v} (to fall apart) :: esmicolar-se (most common fer-se miques), desmoronar-se, derrumbar-se
crumhorn {n} (woodwind instrument) :: cromorn {m}
crummy {adj} (bad, poor) :: galdós
crunchy {adj} (likely to crunch) :: cruixent
crusade {n} (military expedition) :: croada {f}
crusade {n} (grand concerted effort) :: croada {f}
Crusade {n} (campaigns by Christian forces to the Holy Land) :: creuada {f}
crush {v} (to press or bruise between two hard bodies) :: aixafar
crust {n} (any solid, hard surface layer) :: crosta {f}
crust {n} (outer layer of bread) :: crosta {f}
crust {n} (outer layer composed of pastry) :: crosta {f}
crust {n} (bread foundation of pizza) :: massa {f}
crust {n} (outermost layer of a planet) :: escorça {f}
crust {v} (to cover with a crust) :: encrostar
crust {v} (to form a crust) :: encrostar
crustacean {n} (arthropod of the subphylum Crustacea) :: crustaci {m}
crutch {n} (crotch) SEE: crotch ::
crutch {n} (device to assist in motion as a cane) :: crossa {f}
crux {n} ((heraldry) cross on a coat of arms) SEE: cross ::
cry {v} (intransitive: to weep) :: plorar
cry {v} (intransitive: to shout, scream, yell) :: cridar
cry {v} (transitive: to shout, to scream (words)) :: cridar
cry {n} (shedding of tears) :: plor {m}
cry {n} (shout or scream) :: crit {m}
cry {n} (words shouted or screamed) :: crit {m}
cry {n} (typical sound made by a given animal species) :: crit {m}
cryogenic {adj} (of, relating to, or performed at low temperatures) :: criogènic
cry one's eyes out {v} (to moan) SEE: moan ::
cryoturbation {n} (forms of disturbances) :: crioturbació {f}
crypt {n} (undergound vault) :: cripta {f}
cryptocurrency {n} (type of digital currency) :: criptomoneda {f}
cryptoporticus {n} :: criptopòrtic {m}
crystal {n} (array of atoms) :: cristall {m}
crystal ball {n} (globe used to foretell the future) :: bola de vidre
crystalize {v} (crystallize) SEE: crystallize ::
crystalline {adj} (relating to crystals) :: cristal·lí
crystalline {adj} (resembling crystal in being clear and transparent) :: cristal·lí
crystallize {v} (to make something form into crystals) :: cristal·litzar
crystallize {v} (to assume a crystalline form) :: cristal·litzar
crystallize {v} (take a definite form) :: cristal·litzar
crystal set {n} (an early kind of radio receiver) :: ràdio de galena {f}
C-section {n} (Caesarean section) SEE: Caesarean section ::
Côte d'Ivoire {prop} (the Ivory Coast) :: Costa d'Ivori {f}
cub {n} (the young of certain animals) :: cadell {m}
Cuba {prop} (country and largest island in Caribbean) :: Cuba {f}
Cuban {n} (a person from Cuba) :: cubà {m}
Cuban {adj} (of or pertaining to Cuba) :: cubà
cubbyhole {n} (pigeonhole) SEE: pigeonhole ::
cubbyhole {n} (glove compartment) SEE: glove compartment ::
cube {n} (geometry: polyhedron having of six identical square faces) :: cub {m}
cube {n} (object more or less in the form of a cube) :: cub {m}
cube {n} (arithmetic: number raised to the third power) :: cub {m}
cube {v} (arithmetic: to raise to the third power) :: cubicar, elevar al cub
cube root {n} (number) :: arrel cúbica {f}
cubic {adj} (in the name of units of volume) :: cúbic
cubic {adj} (of a polynomial of third degree) :: cúbic
cubic meter {n} (cubic metre) SEE: cubic metre ::
cubic metre {n} (unit of volume) :: metre cúbic {m}
cubism {n} (An artistic movement characterized by the depiction of natural forms as geometric structures of planes) :: cubisme
Cubist {n} (artist) :: cubista {m} {f}
Cubist {adj} (of, or pertaining to cubism) :: cubista
cubit {n} (anatomy: ulna) SEE: ulna ::
cubit {n} (unit of length) :: colze {m}
cuboid {n} (cuboid bone) SEE: cuboid bone ::
cuboid {adj} (of the shape of a cube) :: cuboide
cuboid bone {n} (one of the tarsal bones) :: cuboide {m}
cuckold {n} (man married to an unfaithful wife) :: cornut {m}
cuckoo {n} (the bird) :: cucut {m}
cucumber {n} (plant) :: cogombre {m}, cogombrera {f}
cucumber {n} (edible fruit) :: cogombre {m}
cuddle {v} (embrace, lie together snugly) :: acaronar
cue {n} (name of the letter Q, q) :: cu {f}
cue {n} (straight tapering rod used to impel the balls in games such as billiards, snooker, and pool) :: tac {m}
cue ball {n} (white ball in cue sports) :: bola d'atac {f}
cuff {n} (the end of a shirt sleeve that covers the wrist) :: puny {m}
cuff {v} (to handcuff) SEE: handcuff ::
cufflink {n} (button used to hold a sleeve cuff together) :: botó de puny {m}
cuirass {n} (piece of defensive armor, covering the body from the neck to the girdle) :: cuirassa {f}, buc {m}
cuisine {n} (characteristic style of preparing food) :: cuina {f}
cul-de-sac {n} (impasse) SEE: impasse ::
cul-de-sac {n} (blind alley) SEE: dead end ::
culinary {adj} (relating to the practice of cookery or the activity of cooking) :: culinari
culpable {adj} (blameworthy) :: culpable
culprit {n} (culprit) :: culpable {m} {f}
cultivate {v} (grow plants, notably crops) :: conrear, cultivar
cultivate {v} (nurture) :: conrear
cultural {adj} (pertaining to culture) :: cultural
culture {n} (arts, customs and habits) :: cultura {f}
culture {n} (microbiology: the process of growing a bacterial or other biological entity) :: cultiu {m}
culver {n} (Columba palumbus) SEE: wood pigeon ::
cum {n} (slang: semen) :: llet {f}, lleterada {f}, escorreguda {f}, semen {m}, sement {f}
cum {n} (slang: female ejaculatory discharge) :: escorreguda {f}
cum {v} (slang: have an orgasm; ejaculate) :: escórrer-se, ejacular
cumin {n} (plant Cuminum cyminum) :: comí {m}
cumin {n} (its seed used as spice) :: comí {m}
cuneiform {n} (ancient writing system) :: cuneïforme {m}
cuneiform {n} (wedge-shaped bone) :: cuneïforme {m}
cunnilingus {n} (oral stimulation of female genitals) :: cunnilinció {f}
cunning {adj} (sly) :: astut, murri
cunning {adj} (skillful) :: astut, murri
cunt {n} (genitalia) :: cony {m}
cup {n} (drinking vessel) :: tassa {f}
cup {n} (trophy) :: copa {f}
cup {n} :: tassa {f}
cup {n} (suction cup) SEE: suction cup ::
cupboard {n} (enclosed storage) :: canterano {m}, calaixera {f}, armari {m}
Cupid {prop} (god of love, son of Venus) :: Cupido {m}, Cupidell {m}, Amor {m}
cup of tea {n} (tea in a cup) :: tassa de te
cupola {n} (architecture: dome-shaped ornamental structure) :: cúpula {f}
curb {n} (concrete along the edge of a road) SEE: kerb ::
curcumin {n} (a polyphenol) :: curcumina {f}
curd {n} (part of milk that coagulates) :: quallada {f}, quall {m}
curd cheese {n} (cottage cheese) SEE: cottage cheese ::
curettage {n} (the removal of unwanted tissue from a body cavity using a curette) :: raspat {m}
curfew {n} (a regulation requiring people to be off the streets and in their homes by a certain time) :: toc de queda {m}
curfew {n} (the time when such restriction begins) :: toc de queda {m}
curfew {n} (a signal indicating this time) :: toc de queda {m}
curfew {n} :: toc de queda {m}
curiosity {n} (inquisitiveness; the tendency to ask questions, investigate, or explore) :: curiositat {f}
curiosity {n} (unique or extraordinary object which arouses interest) :: curiositat {f}
curiosity killed the cat {proverb} (undue curiosity is dangerous) :: la curiositat va matar el gat
curious {adj} (inquisitive) :: curiós {m}, curiosa
curiously {adv} (inquisitively) :: curiosament
curiously {adv} (oddly) :: curiosament
curium {n} (chemical element) :: curi {m}
curlew {n} (migratory wading bird) :: becut {m}, polit {m}
curly {adj} (having curls) :: arrissat
curly bracket {n} (character) :: clau {f}
currant {n} (fruit) :: grosella {f}
currency {n} (money or other item used to facilitate transactions) :: moneda {f}
currency {n} (fluency) SEE: fluency ::
current {n} (part of a fluid that moves continuously in a certain direction) :: riu {m}, corrent {m}
current {adj} (existing or occurring at the moment) :: actual
current {adj} (generally accepted, used, practiced, or prevalent at the moment) :: actual
currently {adv} (at this moment) :: actualment
curriculum vitae {n} (written account of one's education, accomplishments, etc.) :: currículum {m}
curry {n} (dish) :: curri {m}
curry {n} (sauce or relish) :: curri {m}
curse {n} (supernatural detriment) :: maledicció
cursive {adj} (having successive letters joined together) :: cursiu
cursive {n} (character) :: cursiva {f}
curtain {n} (piece of cloth covering a window) :: cortina {f}
curtain {n} (piece of cloth in a theater) :: teló {m}
curve {n} (gentle bend) :: revolt {m}
curve {n} (geometry: one-dimensional figure) :: corba {f}
curve {n} (informal: usually in plural: attractive features of a woman or informal: attractive shape of a woman's body) :: corbes {f-p}
curve {adj} (crooked) SEE: crooked ::
curveball {n} (pitch in baseball) :: llançament de corba {m}
curve-billed thrasher {n} (Toxostoma curvirostre) :: fuet beccorb {m}
curvilinear {adj} (having bends) :: curvilini
cushion {n} (soft material in cloth bag) :: coixí {m}
cusp {n} (point of a curve where it has no tangent) :: cúspide {f}
custard {n} (sauce) :: crema {f}
custard apple {n} (sugar apple) SEE: sugar apple ::
custom {n} (frequent repetition of the same act) :: costum {m}
custom {n} (long-established practice) :: costum {m}
custom {adj} (custom-made) :: personalitzat
customarily {adv} (normally) SEE: normally ::
customarily {adv} (in the customary way) :: consuetudinàriament
custom-built {adj} (built according to the specifications of a particular individual) :: personalitzat
customer {n} (one who purchases or receives a product or service) :: client {m} {f}
custom house {n} (official building, in a port, where customs are collected and shipping is cleared for entry and exit) :: duana {f}
custom-made {adj} (custom-made) :: personalitzat
customs {n} (the duties or taxes imposed on imported or exported goods) :: duana {f}
customs {n} (custom house) SEE: custom house ::
customs officer {n} (officer) :: duaner {m}
cut {n} (manner or style a garment is fashioned in) :: costura {f}
cut {v} (to perform an incision) :: tallar
cut {v} (to divide with a sharp instrument) :: tallar
cut {v} (computing: to remove and place in memory) :: retallar
cutaneous {adj} (of, or relating to the skin) :: cutani, epidèrmic, dermatològic
cute {adj} (having features mainly attributed to infants and small or cuddly animals) :: bufó
cute {adj} (attractive or pleasing in a youthful, dainty, quaint or fun-spirited way) :: maco
cuticle {n} (outermost layer of skin of vertebrates) SEE: epidermis ::
cutter {n} (single-masted sailing ship type) :: cúter {m}
cutting {adj} (potentially hurtful) :: mordaç
cutting board {n} (chopping board) SEE: chopping board ::
cuttlefish {n} (any of various squidlike mollusks) :: sípia {f}, sépia {f}, sèpia {f}
cuvette {n} (a casting pot) :: cubeta {f}
CV {n} (curriculum vitae) :: cv {m}
cyan {n} (a colour between blue and green) :: cian {m}
cyanobacterium {n} (prokaryotic microorganism of phylum Cyanobacteria) :: cianobacteri {m}
cyanosis {n} (discolouration of the skin) :: cianosi {f}
cyanotic {adj} (afflicted with cyanosis) :: cianòtic
Cybele {prop} (Greek goddess) :: Cíbele {f}
cyber- {prefix} (the Internet or cyberspace) :: ciber-
cyberspace {n} (world of information) :: ciberespai {m}
cyborg {n} (person who is part machine) :: ciborg
Cyclades {prop} (island chain) :: Cíclades {m-p}
cycle {n} (complete rotation) :: cicle {m}
cycle {n} (process) :: cicle {m}
cycle {n} (vehicle) SEE: bicycle ::
cyclic {adj} (characterized by, or moving in cycles) :: cíclic
cyclic {adj} (of a compound having chains of atoms arranged in a ring) :: cíclic
cyclic {adj} (having parts arranged in a whorl) :: cíclic
cycling {n} (The sport of riding and racing bicycles) :: ciclisme {m}
cyclist {n} (person who rides a cycle) :: ciclista {m} {f}
cyclo- {prefix} (circle) :: ciclo-
cyclodextrin {n} (any of a class of cyclic oligosaccharides consisting of glucopyranose residues) :: ciclodextrina {f}
cyclohexane {n} (alicyclic hydrocarbon, C6H12) :: ciclohexà {m}
cyclone {n} (rotating system of winds) :: cicló {m}
cyclonic {adj} (of, pertaining to, or resembling a cyclone) :: ciclònic
cyclops {n} (giant of mythology) :: ciclop
Cygnus {prop} (constellation) :: Cigne {m}
cylinder {n} (geometry: surface) :: cilindre {m}
cylinder {n} (geometry: solid) :: cilindre {m}
cylinder {n} (any cylindrical object) :: cilindre {m}
cylinder {n} (cavity or chamber) :: cilindre {m}
cylindrical {adj} (shaped like a cylinder) :: cilíndric
cymbal {n} (concave plate of brass or bronze that produces a sharp, ringing sound when struck) :: platerets
cynically {adv} (in a cynical manner) :: cínicament
cynicism {n} (skeptical, scornful or pessimistic attitude) :: cinisme {m}
cypress {n} (an evergreen coniferous tree) :: xiprer {m}
Cypriot {n} (Person from Cyprus) :: xipriota {m} {f}
Cypriot {adj} (Of, from or relating to Cyprus) :: xipriota
Cyprus {prop} (country) :: Xipre
Cyrenaica {prop} (province on the North African coast) :: Cirenaica {f}
Cyrillic {adj} (of or pertaining to Cyrillic) :: ciríl·lic
Cyrillic {prop} (a script or alphabet) :: ciríl·lic
Cyrus {prop} (male given name) :: Cir {m}
cyst {n} (sac which develops in the natural cavities of an organ) :: quist {m}
cysteine {n} (nonessential amino acid) :: cisteïna {f}
cystic fibrosis {n} (medical condition) :: fibrosi quística
cystitis {n} (inflammation of the urinary bladder) :: cistitis {f}
-cyte {suffix} (cell names and classifications) :: -cit {m}
cyto- {prefix} (regarding cells) :: cito-
cytochrome {n} (hemoprotein compound) :: citocrom {m}
cytokinesis {n} (cellular process) :: citoquinesi {f}
cytologic {adj} (of or relating to cytology) SEE: cytological ::
cytological {adj} (relating to cytology) :: citològic
cytologist {n} (scientist who studies the physical characteristics of chromosomes) :: citòleg {m}
cytologist {n} (biologist who studies cells) :: citòleg {m}
cytology {n} (biology: the study of cells) :: citologia {f}
cytoplasm {n} (contents of a cell excluding the nucleus) :: citoplasma {m}
cytosine {n} :: citosina {f}
cytoskeleton {n} :: citosquelet {m}
cytosol {n} (the solution of a cells cytoplasm) :: citosol {m}
cytostatic {adj} (tending to inhibit cell growth and multiplication) :: citostàtic
Czech {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to the country, people, culture or language) :: txec
Czech {n} (person) :: txec {m}, txeca {f}
Czech {n} (language) :: txec
Czechia {prop} (country in Europe) :: Txèquia {f}
Czechoslovakia {prop} (former country in Central Europe) :: Txecoslovàquia {f}
Czech Republic {prop} (country in Central Europe) :: República Txeca {f}, Txèquia {f}