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d10 {abbr}  :: d10
d12 {abbr}  :: d12
d20 {abbr}  :: d20
d4 {abbr}  :: d4
d6 {abbr}  :: d6
d8 {abbr}  :: d8
dacha {n} (Russian villa or summer house)  :: datxa {f}
Dacia {prop} (ancient kingdom and Roman province)  :: Dàcia {f}
Dacian {adj} (Of or pertaining to Dacia or the Dacians)  :: daci
Dacian {n} (member of an ancient Indo-European ethnic group of Dacia)  :: daci {m}
dacite {n} (an igneous, volcanic rock with a high iron content)  :: dacita {f}
dactylology {n} (The use of the fingers and hands to communicate ideas, especially by the deaf)  :: dactilologia {f}
dad {n} (informal a father)  :: papa {m}
Dada {n} (cultural movement)  :: dadà {m}, dadaisme {m}
dadaism {n} (cultural movement)  :: dadaisme {m}, dadà {m}
Daedalus {prop} (Greek mythological figure)  :: Dèdal {m}
daffodil {n} (flower)  :: narcís {m}
Dagestan {prop} (federal subject of Russia)  :: Daguestan
Dagestani {n} (someone from Dagestan)  :: daguestànic
dagger {n} (a stabbing weapon)  :: daga {f}, punyal {m}
dahlia {n} (any plant of the genus Dahlia)  :: dàlia {f}
daikon {n} (large white radish)  :: daikon, rave blanc, rave japonès, rave xinès, lo bok, mooli
daily {adj} (that occurs every day)  :: diari
daily {adv} (every day)  :: diàriament
daily {n} (a newspaper that is published every day)  :: diari {m}
dairy {n} (products produced from milk)  :: lactis
dairy {n} (shop selling dairy products)  :: lleteria, vaqueria (specifically, cows), cabreria (specifically goats)
Daliesque {adj} (relating to Salvador Dalí)  :: dalinià {m}, daliniana {f}
Dalmatia {prop} (region in Croatia)  :: Dalmàcia {f}
Dalmatia {prop} (Roman province)  :: Dalmàcia {f}
Dalmatian {adj} (relating to Dalmatia or its people)  :: dàlmata
Dalmatian {n} (breed of dog)  :: dàlmata {m}
Dalmatian {n} (person from Dalmatia)  :: dàlmata {m} {f}
Dalmatian {prop} (Extinct Romance language of Croatia.)  :: dàlmata {m}
dalmatic {n} (ecclesiastical garment)  :: dalmàtica {f}
damage {n} (abstract measure of something not being intact; harm)  :: dany {m}
damage {v} (to make something less intact or even destroy it; to harm or cause destruction)  :: danyar
damaging {adj} (harmful, injurious, that damages)  :: perjudicial
Damascus {prop} (the capital city of Syria)  :: Damasc
damask {n} (fabric)  :: domàs {m}
damn {adj} (generic intensifier)  :: maleït
damn {adv} (awfully, extremely)  :: malaïdament
damn {interj} (non-vulgar expression of contempt etc.)  :: cagondena
damn {v} (theology: to condemn to hell)  :: maleir
damn {v} (to put a curse upon)  :: maleir
damp {adj} (Being in a state between dry and wet)  :: humit
damp {n} (Moisture)  :: humitat {f}
damsel in distress {n} (young woman perceived as being in a dangerous situation.)  :: donzella en perill {f}
Danbo {n} (cheese originating in Denmark)  :: danbo {m}
dance {n} (movements to music)  :: ball {m}, dansa {f}
dance {v} (move rhythmically to music)  :: ballar, dansar
dancer {n} (person who dances)  :: ballador {m}, ballarí {m} [professional]
dandelion {n} (plant, wild flower of the genus Taraxacum)  :: dent de lleó {f}
dandruff {n} (skin flakes)  :: caspa {f}, arna {f} [Balearic]
Dane {n} (person from Denmark or of Danish descent)  :: danès {m}, danesa {f}; [Valencian] danés {m}, danesa {f}
danger {n} (exposure to liable harm)  :: perill {m}
dangerous {adj} (full of danger)  :: perillós
dangerously {adv} (in a dangerous manner)  :: perillosament
dangerousness {n} (state or quality of being dangerous)  :: perillositat
dangle {v} (hang loosely)  :: penjar
Danian {prop} (a subdivision of the Paleocene epoch)  :: Danià
Danish {adj} (of Denmark)  :: danès; [Valencian] danés
Danish {prop} (language)  :: danès {m}; [Valencian] danés {m}
danse macabre {n} (a conventional subject of artistic painting or drawing)  :: dansa de la mort
Dantesque {adj} (of or pertaining to Dante or his style, with elevated tone and somber focus)  :: dantesc
Danube {prop} (river of Europe that flows to the Black Sea)  :: Danubi
Dardanelles {prop} (strait)  :: Dardanels {m-p}
dare {v} (to have courage)  :: gosar, atrevir-se
daredevil {adj} (recklessly bold; adventurous)  :: temerari
Dari {prop} (Eastern Persian)  :: dari {m}
daring {adj} (willing to take on risks)  :: agosarat
Darius {prop} (any of several Persian kings)  :: Darios
dark {adj} (having an absolute or relative lack of light)  :: fosc, obscur
dark {adj} (not bright or light, deeper in hue)  :: fosc, obscur
dark {n} (a complete or partial absence of light)  :: foscor {f}, obscuritat {f}
dark {n}  :: fosca {f}
dark elf {n} (a Dǫkkálfar)  :: elf fosc
dark matter {n} (particles of matter that cannot be detected by their radiation)  :: matèria fosca {f}
darkness {n} (gloom)  :: tenebres {f-p}
darkness {n} (state of being dark)  :: foscor {f}
darkness {n} (state of reflecting little light; tending to blackish or brownish)  :: negror {f}
dark-skinned {adj} (having dark skin)  :: bru
darling {n} (person who is dear to one)  :: estimat {m}, estimada {f}
darnel {n} (type of ryegrass found in wheatfields)  :: jull {m}, zitzània {f}
Darriwilian {prop}  :: Darriwilià
Darwinian {adj} (relating to the theory of evolution)  :: darwinià
Darwinian {n} (adherent of Darwin's theory)  :: darwinista {m} {f}
dash {n} (Morse code symbol)  :: ratlla {f}
dash {n} (typographic symbol)  :: guió
dash {v} (to run short distance)  :: esprintar
dashboard {n} (panel under the windscreen of a motor car or aircraft)  :: davantal {m}
data {n} (information)  :: informació {f}, dades {f-p}
database {n} (collection of information)  :: base de dades {f}
database {n} (software program)  :: base de dades {f}
data processing {n} (operations on data)  :: processament de dades {m}
data structure {n} (organization of data)  :: estructura de dades {f}
date {n} (fruit of the date palm)  :: dàtil {m}
date {n} (point of time at which a transaction or event takes place)  :: data {f}
date {n} (pre-arranged social meeting)  :: cita {f}
date {n} (that which specifies the time of writing, inscription etc.)  :: data {f}
date {v} (to take (someone) on a series of dates)  :: sortir, quedar (amb algú)
date of birth {n} (date and year when something was born)  :: data de naixement {f}
date palm {n} (Phoenix dactylifera)  :: palmera datilera {f}
dating {n} (process of estimating the age of something)  :: datació {f}
dating {n} (setting of a date)  :: datació {f}
dative {adj} (given by a judge)  :: datiu
dative {adj} (grammar: noting the case of noun which expresses indirect object)  :: datiu
dative case {n} (case used to express direction towards an indirect object)  :: datiu {m}
datum {v} (single piece of information)  :: dada {f}
daub {v} (to apply something in hasty or crude strokes)  :: empastifar
daughter {n} (female offspring)  :: filla {f}
daughter-in-law {n} (wife of one's son)  :: nora {f}
David {prop} (male given name)  :: David {m}
Davidic {adj} (of or relating to David)  :: davídic
dawn {n} (beginning)  :: albors {f-p}
dawn {n} (morning twilight period)  :: aurora {f}
dawn {n} (rising of the sun)  :: alba {m}
dawn {n} (time)  :: albada {f}
dawn {v} (to begin to brighten with daylight)  :: clarejar
dawn {v} (to start to appear, to be realized)  :: néixer
day {n} (part of a day period which one spends at one’s job, school, etc.)  :: jornada {f}
day {n} (period between sunrise and sunset)  :: dia {m}, jorn {m}
day {n} (period from midnight to the following midnight)  :: dia {m}, jorn {m}
day {n} (period of 24 hours)  :: dia {m}, jorn {m}
day {n} (rotational period of a planet)  :: dia {m}, jorn {m}
day after tomorrow {n} (day after tomorrow - translation entry)  :: demà passat
day before yesterday {adv} (on the day before yesterday - translation entry)  :: abans-d'ahir
day before yesterday {n} (day before yesterday - translation entry)  :: abans-d'ahir
daybreak {n} (dawn)  :: alba {f}
daydreamer {n} (one who daydreams)  :: somiador {m}, somiatruites {m}
daylight {n} (light from the Sun)  :: llum del dia {f}
daylight {n} (period of time between sunrise and sunset)  :: dia {m}
daylight saving time {n} (an adjustment of the official time during summer)  :: horari d'estiu {m}
daytime {n} (the time of daylight)  :: dia {m}
dazed {adj} (in a state of shock or confusion)  :: estabornit
dazed {adj} (stunned)  :: atordit
dazzle {v} (confuse the sight)  :: enlluernar
dazzle {v} (figuratively)  :: enlluernar
dazzling {adj} (splendid)  :: enlluernador
décolletage {n} (low neckline)  :: escot {m}
deacon {n} (a clergyman ranked directly below a priest)  :: diaca {m}
deacon {n} (a designated minister of charity in the early Church)  :: diaca {m}
deacon {n} (lay leader of a Protestant congregation)  :: diaca {m}
dead {adj} (no longer alive)  :: mort
dead {adj} (sports: not in play)  :: mort {m}
dead duck {n} (person or project that is in serious trouble or doomed to fail)  :: ser home mort (to be a dead man)
deaden {v} (To make soundproof)  :: insonoritzar
dead end {n} (street or path that goes nowhere)  :: cul-de-sac {m} atzucac {m}, carreró sense sortida {m}, carreró sense eixida {m}
deadly {adj} (lethal)  :: mortal, letal, mortífer
deadly nightshade {n} (deadly nightshade; Atropa belladonna)  :: belladona {f}
Dead Sea {prop} (lake in the Middle East)  :: Mar Morta {f}
deaf {adj} (unable to hear)  :: sord
deaf {n} (deaf people considered as a group)  :: els sords {m-p}
deafblind {adj} (unable to see and hear)  :: sordcec
deafblindness {n} (condition of being deaf and blind)  :: sordceguesa {f}
deafen {v} (to make deaf)  :: ensordir
deafening {adj} (loud enough to cause hearing loss)  :: ensordidor
deaf-mute {adj} (unable to hear or speak)  :: sordmut
deaf-mute {n} (person who is unable to hear or speak)  :: sordmut {m}
deafness {n} (condition of being deaf)  :: sordesa {f}
deal {n} (agreement, arrangement)  :: tracte {m}
deal {v} (to be concerned with)  :: tractar
deal {v} (to distribute (cards))  :: repartir
deal {v} (to give out as one’s portion or share)  :: repartir
deal {v} (to trade)  :: comerciar, vendre, comprar
dean {n} (church dignitary)  :: degà {m}
dean {n} (senior member of a group)  :: degà {m}
dean {n} (senior official in college or university)  :: degà {m}
dear {adj} (a formal way to start (often after my) addressing somebody one likes or regards kindly)  :: estimat
dear {adj} (an informal way of addressing the recipient in a letter's opening line)  :: estimat
dear {adj} (formal way of addressing)  :: estimat, benvolgut
dear {adj} (high in price; expensive)  :: car
dear {adj} (loved; lovable)  :: estimat, benvolgut
dear {adj} (precious to or greatly valued by someone)  :: benvolgut
death {n} (cessation of life)  :: mort {f}
death {n} (Tarot)  :: la mort
death camp {n} (facility)  :: camp d'extermini {m}
death penalty {n} (state punishment of death)  :: pena de mort {f}
deathwatch {n} (a deathwatch beetle)  :: escarabat del rellotge de la mort {m}
deathwatch beetle {n} (beetle of the family Anobiidae)  :: escarabat del rellotge de la mort {m}
deauthorize {v} (revoke permission)  :: desautoritzar
debate {n} (argument, or discussion, usually in an ordered or formal setting)  :: debat {m}
debate {v} (participate in a debate)  :: debatre
debauchery {n} (debauchery)  :: disbauxa {f}, llibertinatge {m}
debit card {n} (card taking money directly from the bank account)  :: targeta de dèbit {f}
debone {v} (remove the bones from something)  :: desossar
debt {n} (action, state of mind, or object one has an obligation to perform for another)  :: deute {m}
debtor {n} (a person or firm that owes money)  :: deutor {m}, deutora {f}
debug {v} (to search for malfunctioning elements)  :: depurar
debut {n} (a performer's first-time performance to the public)  :: debut {m}
debut {v} (to make one's initial formal appearance)  :: debutar
Dec {prop} (abbreviation of December)  :: des.
decade {n} (a period of ten years)  :: dècada {f}, decenni {m}
decade {n} (a series of ten things)  :: dècada {f}
decadent {adj} (characterized by moral or cultural decline)  :: decadent
decaffeinated {adj} (From which caffeine has been removed)  :: descafeïnat
decagon {n} (polygon with ten sides)  :: decàgon {m}
decagonal {adj} (shaped like a decagon)  :: decagonal
decahedron {n} (polyhedron with ten faces)  :: decaedre {m}, decàedre {m}
Decameron {prop} (collection of 100 novellas by Boccaccio)  :: Decameró {m}
decantation {n} (act of decanting)  :: decantació {f}
decapitation {n} (beheading)  :: decapitació {f}
decathlon {n} (athletic contest)  :: decatló {m}
decease {n} (departure, especially departure from this life; death)  :: defunció {f}
deceased {adj} (no longer alive)  :: difunt, mort
deceased {n} (dead person)  :: difunt, mort
deceive {v} (trick or mislead)  :: decebre
decelerate {v} (reduce the acceleration of something)  :: descelerar, desaccelerar
decelerate {v} (reduce the rate of advancement of something)  :: descelerar, desaccelerar
December {prop} (twelfth month of the Gregorian calendar)  :: desembre {m}
decency {n} (quality of being decent)  :: decència {f}
decently {adv} (in a decent manner)  :: decentment
decentralize {v} (reduce the authority of a governing body)  :: descentralitzar
deception {n} (instance of actions fabricated to mislead)  :: engany {m}
deceptive {adj} (misleading, attempting to deceive)  :: enganyós, decebedor, deceptiu
deceptively {adv} (in a deceptive manner)  :: enganyosament
decibel {n} (a common measure of sound intensity)  :: decibel {m}
decide {v} (give judgement)  :: decidir
decide {v} (to resolve or settle)  :: decidir
decidedly {adv} (in a decided manner)  :: decididament
decidedly {adv} (in a manner which leaves no question)  :: decididament
decidua {n} (a mucous membrane that lines the uterus)  :: decídua {f}
deciduous {adj} (describing a part that falls off, or is shed)  :: caduc, decidu
deciduous {adj} (of or pertaining to trees which lose their leaves in winter or the dry season)  :: decidu
decimate {v} (Roman history: to kill one out of ten men)  :: delmar
decimate {v} (to reduce by one-tenth)  :: delmar
decimate {v} (to severely reduce)  :: delmar
decipher {v} (to decode or decrypt a code or cipher)  :: desxifrar
decipher {v} (to read illegible or obscure text)  :: desxifrar
decipherment {n} (the analysis of documents written in ancient languages)  :: desxifratge {m}
decision {n} (choice or judgement)  :: decisió {f}
decision {n} (result arrived at by the judges)  :: decisió {f}
decisive {adj} (having the power or quality of deciding a question or controversy)  :: decisiu
decisive {adj} (marked by promptness and decision)  :: decisiu
decisively {adv} (in a decisive manner)  :: decisivament
deck {n} (any flat surface walked on)  :: terra {m}
deck {n} (floorlike covering on a ship)  :: coberta {f}
deck {n} (pack of playing cards)  :: baralla {f}
declaration {n} (act or process of declaring)  :: declaració {f}
declaration {n} (list of items for various legal purposes)  :: declaració {f}
declaration {n} (written or oral indication of a fact, opinion, or belief)  :: declaració {f}
declare war {v} (initiate a state of war)  :: denunciar la guerra
declension {n} (way of categorizing nouns)  :: declinació {f}
decline {n}  :: declinació {f}
decline {n} (downward movement, fall)  :: declivi {m}, caiguda {f}
decline {v}  :: declinar
decline {v} (move downwards)  :: declinar-se
decline {v} (refuse)  :: declinar, refusar
decline {v} (weaken)  :: debilitar-se
decolonization {n} (freeing of a colony from dependent status)  :: descolonització {f}
decolonize {v} (to release from the status of colony)  :: descolonitzar
decompose {v} (to decay)  :: descompondre
decompose {v} (to separate)  :: descompondre
decomposition {n} (biological process)  :: descomposició {f}
decongest {v} (free from congestion)  :: descongestionar
decontamination {n} (process of removing contamination)  :: descontaminació {f}
decoration {n} (act of adorning)  :: decoració {f}
decoration {n} (that which adorns)  :: decoració {f}
decorative {adj} (that serves to decorate)  :: decoratiu
decouple {v} (to unlink)  :: desacoblar
decrease {n} (amount of decrease)  :: disminució {f}, decreixença {f}
decrease {v} (become smaller)  :: decréixer, disminuir
decrease {v} (make smaller)  :: disminuir
decryption {n} (decoding)  :: desencriptació {f}
dee {n} (name of the letter D, d)  :: de {f}
deed {n} (action)  :: fet {m}, acte {m}
deed {n} (legal contract)  :: escriptura {f}, acta {f}
deep {adj} (difficult to awake)  :: profund
deep {adj} (having its bottom far down)  :: profund
deep {adj} (in a number of rows or layers)  :: fondo
deep {adj} (of a color, dark and highly saturated)  :: intens
deep {adj} (of a sound or voice, low in pitch)  :: greu
deep {adj} (profound)  :: profund
deep {adj} (seriously or to a significant extent, not superficial)  :: profund
deep {adj} (thick in a vertical direction)  :: profund
deep {adj} (voluminous)  :: pregon
deepen {v} (to become deeper)  :: profunditzar-se
deepen {v} (to make deep or deeper)  :: profunditzar
deep-fried {adj} (cooked in deep fryer)  :: fregit
deeply {adv} (profoundly)  :: profundament
deer {n} (animal of the family Cervidae)  :: cérvol {m}
deerslaughter {n} (killing of deer)  :: cervicidi
defamation {n} (act of injuring another's reputation by any slanderous communication)  :: difamació {f}
defamatory {adj} (damaging to someone's reputation)  :: difamador, difamant, difamatori
defame {v} (to disgrace, bring into disrepute)  :: difamar
defame {v} (to harm, to diminish the reputation of)  :: difamar
defeat {n} (the act of defeating or being defeated)  :: venciment {m}, derrota {f}
defeat {v} (to overcome in battle or contest)  :: vèncer
defect {n} (fault or malfunction)  :: defecte {m}
defective {adj} (having one or more defects)  :: defectiu, defectuós
defective {adj} (having only some forms)  :: defectiu
defender {n} (sports term)  :: defensor {m}
defenestrate {v} (eject from a window)  :: defenestrar
defenestration {n} (act of throwing out a window)  :: defenestració {f}
defense {n} (action of protecting from attack)  :: defensa {f}
defenseless {adj} (lacking any form of defense; vulnerable; open to attack)  :: indefens
defense mechanism {n} (psychological strategy)  :: mecanisme de defensa {m}
defensive zone {n} (zone)  :: zona de defensa {f}
deficiency {n} (inadequacy or incompleteness)  :: deficiència {f}
deficient {adj} (insufficient or inadequate in amount)  :: deficient
deficient {adj} (lacking something essential)  :: deficient
deficit {n} (situation wherein spending exceeds government revenue)  :: dèficit {m}
defile {v} (to make impure or dirty)  :: embrutar, contaminar, pol·luir
definite {adj} (having distinct limits)  :: definit {m}
definite article {n} (article introducing a noun and specifying it as the particular noun considered)  :: article definit {m}, article determinat {m}
definitely {adv} (in a definite manner)  :: decididament
definitely {adv} (without question and beyond doubt)  :: definitivament
definition {n} (action or process of defining)  :: definició {f}
definition {n} (bodybuilding: the degree to which individual muscles are distinct)  :: definició {f}
definition {n} (clarity, especially of musical sound in reproduction)  :: definició {f}
definition {n} (clarity of visual presentation, distinctness of outline or detail)  :: definició {f}
definition {n} (product of defining)  :: definició {f}
definition {n} (statement of the meaning of a word or word group or a sign or symbol)  :: definició {f}
definitive {adj} (conclusive or decisive)  :: definitiu
definitive {adj} (definite, authoritative and complete)  :: definitiu
definitive {adj} (explicitly defined)  :: definitiu
definitively {adv} (in a decisive, conclusive and final manner)  :: definitivament
deflation {n} (decrease in the general price level)  :: deflació {f}
deflect {v} (to deviate)  :: desviar-se
deflect {v} (to make deviate)  :: desviar
deforest {v} (to clear an area of forest)  :: desboscar, desforestar
deforestation {n} (process of destroying a forest)  :: desforestació {f}
deformation {n} (act of deforming, or state of being deformed)  :: deformació {f}
defraud {v} (to obtain money or property by fraud)  :: estafar, defraudar
defunct {adj} (deceased)  :: difunt
defunction {n} (death)  :: defunció {f}
degenerate {v} (to lose good or desirable qualities)  :: degenerar
degradable {adj} (that which can be degraded)  :: degradable
degree {n} (academic award)  :: títol {m}, diploma {m}
degree {n} (amount, proportion, extent)  :: grau {m}
degree {n} (in geometry: unit of angle)  :: grau {m}
degree {n} (unit of temperature)  :: grau {m}
degrowth {n} (negative growth)  :: decreixement {m}
dehiscence {n} ((botany) opening of an organ by its own means)  :: dehiscència {f}
dehorn {v} (remove the horns from)  :: escornar
dehumanize {v} (to take away humanity)  :: deshumanitzar
dehusk {v} (remove the husk)  :: desclovellar
dehydration {n} (act or process of freeing from water)  :: deshidratació {f}
deification {n} (Act of deifying)  :: deïficació {f}
deify {v} (to make a god of)  :: deïficar
deity {n} (a powerful entity that possesses numerous miraculous powers)  :: deïtat {f}, divinitat {f}
deity {n} (essential nature of a god, divinity)  :: deïtat {f}, divinitat {f}
deixis {n} (reference relying on context)  :: dixi {f}
de jure {adj} (by right)  :: de iure
delay {n} (period of time before an event occurs)  :: retard {m}, demora {f}, endarreriment {m}
delay {v} (put off until a later time)  :: endarrerir, demorar
delegate {n} (deputy, envoy, representative)  :: delegat {m}, delegada {f}
deleterious {adj} (harmful)  :: deleteri
Delhi {prop} (National capital territory and old city in northern India)  :: Delhi
deliberate {adj} (intentional)  :: deliberat
deliberately {adv} (intentionally)  :: deliberadament
deliberately {adv} (slowly and carefully)  :: prudentment
delicate {adj} (characterized by a fine structure or thin lines)  :: delicat
delicate {adj} (easily damaged or requiring careful handling)  :: delicat
delicate {adj} (of weak health, easily sick)  :: delicat
delicately {adv} (in a delicate manner)  :: delicadament
delicateness {n} (the characteristic of being delicate)  :: delicadesa {f}
delicious {adj} (pleasing to taste)  :: deliciós, gustós, saborós
deliciously {adv} (delicious manner)  :: deliciosament
delight {n} (joy, pleasure)  :: delit {m}, plaer {m}
delighted {adj} (Greatly pleased)  :: encantat {m}
delightful {adj} (pleasant; pleasing)  :: encantador
deliquescent {adj} (chemistry)  :: deliqüescent
delirium {n} (mental state of confusion)  :: deliri {m}
deliver {v} (to bring or transport something to its destination)  :: entregar, lliurar
Delphic {adj} (of or relating to Delphi)  :: dèlfic
delta {n} (fourth letter of modern Greek alphabet)  :: delta {f}
delta {n} (landform at the mouth of a river)  :: delta {f}
deltoid {adj} (of or connected with deltoid muscle)  :: deltoïdal
delude {v} (to deceive)  :: enganyar
deluge {n} (a great flood)  :: diluvi {m}
demagnetize {v} (make something nonmagnetic)  :: desmagnetitzar
demagogic {adj} (of or pertaining to demagogy or a demagogue)  :: demagògic
demagogue {n} (orator)  :: demagog {m}
demand {v} (to request forcefully)  :: exigir
demeanor {n} (The outward way in which a person behaves)  :: comportament {m}, conducta {f}
demigod {n} (a half-god or hero)  :: semidéu {m}, semideessa {f}
demigod {n} (a lesser deity)  :: semidéu {m}, semideessa {f}
demijohn {n} (bottle)  :: damajoana {f}
demilitarize {v} (remove troops from an area)  :: desmilitaritzar
Demiurge {prop} (Inferior creator deity in Gnosticism)  :: demiürg {m}
Demiurge {prop} (subordinate deity)  :: demiürg {m}
democracy {n} (government under the rule of its people)  :: democràcia {f}
democracy {n} (rule by the people)  :: democràcia {f}
democrat {n} (supporter of democracy)  :: demòcrata {m} {f}
democratic {adj} (pertaining to democracy)  :: democràtic
democratically {adv} (in a democratic way)  :: democràticament
Democratic People's Republic of Korea {prop} (country in East Asia (official name))  :: República Popular Democràtica de Corea {f}
democratic socialism {n} (socialism based on democratic principles)  :: socialisme democràtic {m}
democratization {n} (the introduction of democracy)  :: democratització {f}
democratize {v} (to make democratic)  :: democratitzar
Democritus {prop} (Greek philosopher)  :: Demòcrit
demographer {n} (person who studies demography)  :: demògraf {m}
demographic {adj} (of or pertaining to demography)  :: demogràfic
demographically {adv} (in a demographic manner)  :: demogràficament
demography {n} (study of human populations)  :: demografia {f}
demon {n} (evil spirit)  :: dimoni, diable
demonstrate {v} (to display the method of using an object)  :: demostrar
demonstrate {v} (to show the steps taken to create a logical argument or equation)  :: demostrar
demonym {n} (name for an inhabitant or native of a specific place)  :: gentilici {m}
demoralize {v} (to destroy morale; to dishearten)  :: desmoralitzar
den {n} (home of certain animals)  :: cau {m}
Dena'ina {prop} (language)  :: dena'ina
denarius {n} (silver coin)  :: denari {m}
denatured alcohol {n} (ethyl alcohol unfit for consumption)  :: alcohol desnaturalitzat {m}
dendrite {n} (projection of a nerve cell)  :: dendrita {f}
dendrometer {n} (device)  :: dendròmetre {m}
denial {n} (assertion of untruth)  :: desmentiment {m}
denier {n} (coin)  :: diner {m}
denigratory {adj} (tending to denigrate)  :: denigrant
Denmark {prop} (country in Western Europe)  :: Dinamarca {f}
Dennis {prop} (male given name)  :: Dionís {m}
denominator {n} (The number or expression written below the line in a fraction)  :: denominador
denounce {v} (to criticize or speak out against)  :: denunciar
denounce {v} (to make a formal or public accusation against)  :: denunciar
dense {adj} (having relatively high density)  :: dens
densely {adv} (in a dense manner)  :: densament
dent {n} (shallow deformation in the surface)  :: bony {m}
dent {v} (produce a dent)  :: abonyegar
dental {adj} (of or concerning dentistry)  :: dental
dental {adj} (of or concerning the teeth)  :: dental
dental {adj} (phonetics)  :: dental
denticulate {adj} ((botany, zoology) finely dentate)  :: denticulat
dentist {n} (specialized medical doctor)  :: dentista
deny {v} (to assert that something is not true)  :: negar
deodorant {n} (odor-controlling cosmetic for the underarm)  :: desodorant {m}
deodorize {v} (mask or eliminate odor)  :: desodorar, desodoritzar
deontic {adj} (pertaining to necessity, duty or obligation)  :: deòntic
deoxyribonucleic acid {n} (deoxyribonucleic acid)  :: àcid desoxiribonucleic
deoxyribose {n} (derivative of ribose)  :: desoxiribosa
depart {v} (to leave)  :: departir, deixar
dependable {adj} (able to be depended on)  :: fiable
dependent {adj} (relying upon; depending upon)  :: dependent
dependently {adv} (in a dependent manner)  :: dependentment
dependent variable {n} (in algebra)  :: variable dependent {f}
depiction {n} (lifelike image)  :: representació {f}
depletion {n} (exhaustion)  :: exhauriment {m}
deplorably {adv} (in a deplorable manner)  :: deplorablement
deposit {n} (asset that was left to the care of the other)  :: dipòsit {m}
deposit {n} (money placed in an account)  :: dipòsit {m}
deposit {n} (sediment or rock different from the surrounding material)  :: jaciment {m}
deposit {v} (to lay down)  :: dipositar
deposit {v} (to put money or funds into an account)  :: dipositar
depot {n} (warehouse or similar storage facility)  :: dipòsit {m}
deprecated {adj} (belittled)  :: rebaixat
deprecated {adj} (computing: obsolescent)  :: desaprovat
deprecated {adj} (strongly disapproved of)  :: desaprovat
depress {v} (to make depressed, sad or bored)  :: deprimir
depressed {adj} (severely despondent and unhappy)  :: deprimit
depressed {adj} (suffering damaging effects of economic recession)  :: deprimit
depressed {adj} (suffering from clinical depression)  :: deprimit
depressing {adj} (causing depression or sadness)  :: depriment
depression {n} (economics: period of major economic contraction)  :: depressió {f}
depression {n} (geography: low area)  :: depressió {f}
depression {n} (psychology: state of mind)  :: depressió {f}
depressive {adj} (dispiriting)  :: depressiu {m}
depth {n} (vertical distance below a surface)  :: profunditat
derange {v} (to cause someone to go insane)  :: pertorbar
Derek {prop} (given name)  :: Teodoric
derive {v} (create (a compound) from another by means of a reaction)  :: derivar
derive {v} (obtain (something) from something else)  :: derivar
derive {v} (originate (from))  :: derivar
dermatological {adj} (of or pertaining to dermatology)  :: dermatològic
dermatologist {n} (one who is skilled, professes or practices dermatology)  :: dermatòleg {f}
dermatology {n} (the study of the skin and its diseases)  :: dermatologia {f}
dermis {n} (skin layer underlying epidermis)  :: derma {m}, dermis {f}
derogate {v} (to take away or detract from)  :: derogar
derogatory {adj} (legal clause)  :: derogatori
derogatory {adj} (tending to lessen in value)  :: pejoratiu, despectiu
desalinate {v} (remove the salt from something)  :: dessalar, dessalinitzar
descend {v} (to pass from a higher to a lower place)  :: descendir
descendant {n} (one who is the progeny of someone)  :: descendent {m}
descending colon {n} (part of colon)  :: còlon descendent {m}
descent {n} (way down)  :: baixada {f}
describe {v} (to represent in words)  :: descriure
describer {n} (person who describes)  :: descriptor {m}
description {n} (account in words)  :: descripció {f}
descriptively {adv} (in a descriptive manner)  :: descriptivament
desensitize {v} (cause to become insensitive)  :: insensibilitzar
desert {n} (barren area)  :: desert {m}
desert {v} (to abandon)  :: desertar
desert {v} (to leave military service)  :: desertar
deserter {n} (person who leaves a military or naval unit)  :: desertor {m}
deserve {v} (to merit)  :: merèixer, meritar
deserving {adj} (meriting, worthy)  :: mereixedor
design {n} (plan)  :: disseny {m}
design {v} (to plan an artwork etc.)  :: dissenyar
designer {n} (person who designs)  :: dissenyador {m}
desirable {adj} (suitable to be desired)  :: desitjable
desirably {adv} (in a manner likely to arouse desire)  :: desitjablement
desire {n} (feeling of desire)  :: desig {m}
desire {n} (something wished for)  :: desig {m}
desire {n} (strong attraction)  :: desig {m}
desire {v} (want emotionally or sexually)  :: desitjar
desire {v} (wish for earnestly)  :: desitjar
desirous {adj} (Feeling desire; eagerly wishing; solicitous; eager to obtain; covetous)  :: desitjós
desktop {n} (a desktop computer)  :: sobretaula {m}
desktop {n} (on-screen background)  :: escriptori {m}
desktop {n} (the top surface of a desk)  :: escriptori {m}
despair {n} (loss of hope)  :: desesperació
desperate {adj} (filled with despair)  :: desesperat
desperate {adj} (having reckless abandon)  :: desesperat
desperately {adv} (in a desperate manner)  :: desesperadament
despicable {adj} (deserving to be despised)  :: menyspreable
despise {v} (to regard with contempt or scorn)  :: menysprear
despite {prep} (in spite of)  :: malgrat, tot i que, encara que, tot i
despotically {adv} (in a despotic manner)  :: despòticament
despotism {n} (government by a singular authority)  :: despotisme {m}
dessert {n} (sweet confection served as the last course of a meal)  :: postres {f-p}, darreries {f-p}
destiny {n} (predetermined condition; fate; fixed order of things)  :: destí {m}, planeta {f}
destitution {n} (extreme state of poverty)  :: indigència {f}
destroy {v} (to damage beyond use or repair)  :: destruir
destroyer {n} (that who/which destroys)  :: destructor {m}
destroyer {n} (type of warship)  :: destructor {m}
destructible {adj} (liable to destruction)  :: destructible
destruction {n} (act of destroying)  :: destrucció {f}
destruction {n} (results of a destructive event)  :: destrucció {f}
destructive {adj} (causing destruction; damaging)  :: destructiu
destructively {adv} (in a destructive manner)  :: destructivament
detail {n} (something small enough to escape casual notice)  :: detall {m}
detail {v} (to explain in detail)  :: detallar
detailed {adj} (characterized by attention to detail and thoroughness of treatment)  :: detallat
detain {v} (put under custody)  :: detenir, detindre
detect {v} (to discover or find by careful search, examination, or probing)  :: detectar
detection {n} (act of detecting or sensing something)  :: detecció {f}
detective {n} (person employed to find information)  :: detectiu {m}
detective {n} (police officer who looks for evidence)  :: detectiu {m}
deterioration {n} (process of making or growing worse)  :: deterioració {f}, deteriorament {m}
determine {v} (to ascertain definitely)  :: determinar
determine {v} (to set the limits of)  :: determinar
determined {adj} (decided or resolute)  :: determinat
determinedly {adv} (in a determined manner)  :: determinadament
determiner {n} (class of words)  :: determinant
detour {n} (diversion or deviation)  :: marrada {f}
deuce {n} (tennis: tie, both players able to win by scoring two additional points)  :: iguals {m-p}
deutoxide {n} (the chemical compound)  :: deutòxid {m}
Devanagari {prop} (an abugida alphabet of India and Nepal)  :: Devanagari {m}
devastate {v} (to ruin many or all things over a large area)  :: devastar
devastating {adj} (causing devastation)  :: devastador
develop {v} (to create)  :: desenvolupar
develop {v} (to progress)  :: desenvolupar
develop {v} (to progress through stages)  :: desenvolupar
developed {adj} ((of a country) not primitive; not third world)  :: desenvolupat
development {n} (process of developing)  :: desenvolupament {m}
device {n} (piece of equipment)  :: dispositiu {m}, mecanisme {m}
device driver {n} (software that communicates between operating system and hardware)  :: controlador de dispositiu {m}
devil {n} (a creature of hell)  :: dimoni {m}, diable {m}
devil {n}  :: diable {m}
devil's advocate {n} (canon lawyer)  :: advocat del diable {m}
devil's advocate {n} (debater)  :: advocat del diable {m}
devil's beating his wife {interj} (interjection uttered when it rains while the sun is shining)  :: lo diable tupa la dona [literally "the Devil is beating his wife", Mallorca]
devise {v} (use the intellect to plan or design)  :: divisar, copçar, preveure
devote {v} (to commit oneself for a certain matter)  :: consagrar
devour {v} (to eat greedily)  :: devorar
dew {n} (moisture in the air that settles on plants, etc)  :: rosada {f}, rou {m}
dexterity {n} (skill in performing tasks, especially with the hands)  :: destresa {f}
dexterous {adj} (skillful in some specific thing)  :: destre
dholak {n} (North Indian hand drum)  :: dholaka {m}
di- {prefix} (two, twice double)  :: di-
diabetes {n} (A group of metabolic diseases)  :: diabetis {f}
diabetes mellitus {n} (medical disorder)  :: diabetis mellitus {f}
diabetic {adj} (having diabetes)  :: diabètic
diabetic {adj} (of diabetes)  :: diabètic
diabetic {n} (person suffering from diabetes mellitus)  :: diabètic {m}
diabolical {adj} (Extremely wicked or cruel)  :: diabòlic
diabolical {adj} (Of, or concerning the devil; satanic)  :: diabòlic
diabolically {adv} (In a diabolical manner)  :: diabòlicament
diachronic {adj} (changing with time)  :: diacrònic
diacritical {adj} (capable of distinguishing)  :: diacrític {m}
diacritical {adj} (of, pertaining to, or serving as a diacritic)  :: diacrític {m}
diacritical mark {n} (symbol in writing used with a letter to indicate a different pronunciation, stress, tone, or meaning)  :: signe diacrític {m}, diacrític {m}
diaeresis {n} (diacritic placed over a vowel letter)  :: dièresi {m}
diagnosis {n} (identification of the nature and cause of an illness)  :: diagnòstic {m}, diagnosi {f}
diagnostic {adj} (of, or relating to diagnosis)  :: diagnòstic
diagonal {adj} (geometry: joining two nonadjacent vertices)  :: diagonal
diagonal {adj} (having a slanted or oblique direction)  :: diagonal
diagonal {n} (geometry: diagonal line or plane)  :: diagonal {f}
diagonally {adv} (in a diagonal manner)  :: diagonalment
dialect {n} (variety of a language)  :: dialecte {m}
dialectically {adv} (in a dialectical manner)  :: dialècticament
dialog {v} (discuss)  :: dialogar
dialogue {n} (conversation or other discourse between individuals)  :: diàleg {m}
dialogue {v} (discuss)  :: dialogar
diameter {n} (length of this line)  :: diàmetre {m}
diameter {n} (line)  :: diàmetre {m}
diametrically {adv} (on exactly the opposite side)  :: diametralment
diamond {n} (baseball: entire baseball field)  :: diamant {m}
diamond {n} (baseball: infield of a baseball field)  :: camp interior {m}
diamond {n} (gemstone)  :: diamant {m}
diamond {n} (something that resembles a diamond)  :: diamant {m}
diamond {n} (uncountable: mineral)  :: diamant {m}
diamondiferous {adj} (yielding diamond)  :: diamantífer
diaper {n} (absorbent garment worn by a baby, or by someone who is incontinent)  :: bolquer {m}, bolcall {m}, llençolet {m}
diapositive {n} (photography: slide)  :: diapositiva {f}
diarthrosis {n} (a joint that can move freely in various planes)  :: diartrosi {f}
diary {n} (daily log of experiences)  :: diari {m}
Diaspora {prop} (dispersion of a group of people)  :: diàspora
diastyle {n} (intercolumnation)  :: diàstil {m}
diatom {n} (grouping of minute algae)  :: diatomea
diatomaceous earth {n} (soil)  :: diatomita {f}
diatomic {adj} (consisting of two atoms)  :: diatòmic
diatomite {n} (A fine, powdery earth formed from the skeletons of diatoms)  :: diatomita {f}
dichotomy {n} (separation or division into two)  :: dicotomia {f}
dichroic {adj} (Exhibiting dichroism)  :: dicroic {m}
dichroism {n} (the property of some crystals of transmitting different colours of light in different directions)  :: dicroisme {m}
dick {n} (slang: penis)  :: carall {m}, polla {f}, titola {f}
dictatorship {n} (a government led by a dictator)  :: dictadura {f}
diction {n} (clarity of word choice)  :: dicció {f}
dictionary {n} (publication that explains the meanings of an ordered list of words)  :: diccionari {m}
didactic {adj} (instructive or intended to teach or demonstrate)  :: didàctic
didactic {adj} (teaching from textbooks rather than laboratory demonstration and application)  :: didàctic
didactically {adv} (in didactic manner)  :: didàcticament
didgeridoo {n} (Australian musical instrument)  :: didjeridú {m}
Didymoteicho {prop} (city)  :: Demòtica
die {n} (embossed device used in stamping)  :: encuny {m}
die {n} (polyhedron used in games of chance)  :: dau {m}
die {v} (to stop living)  :: morir
diencephalon {n} (region of the human brain)  :: diencèfal {m}
diet {n} (food a person or animal consumes)  :: dieta {f}
dietary {adj} (of, or relating to diet)  :: dietètic
dietitian {n} (person who studies or practices dietetics)  :: dietista {m} {f}
difference {n} (characteristic of something that makes it different from something else)  :: diferència {f}
difference {n} (disagreement or argument about something important)  :: diferència {f}
difference {n} (quality of being different)  :: diferència {f}
different {adj} (not the same)  :: diferent
different {adj} (unlike most others)  :: diferent
differential equation {n} (equation involving the derivatives of a function)  :: equació diferencial {f}
differently {adv} (in a different way)  :: diferentment
difficult {adj} (hard, not easy)  :: difícil
difficultly {adv} (in a difficult manner)  :: difícilment
difficulty {n} (obstacle)  :: dificultat {f}
difficulty {n} (state of being difficult)  :: dificultat {f}
diffuse {adj} (not concentrated)  :: difús
dig {n} (archeological investigation)  :: excavació {f}
dig {v} (to move hard-packed earth out of the way)  :: cavar, excavar
digamma {n} (letter of the Old Greek alphabet)  :: digamma {f}
digestible {adj} (capable of being digested)  :: digerible
digestive {adj} (of, relating to, or functioning in digestion)  :: digestiu
digestive {adj} (that causes or promotes digestion)  :: digestiu
digestive {n} (substance that aids digestion)  :: digestiu {m}
digger {n} (one who digs)  :: excavador {m}
digger {n} (tool for digging)  :: excavadora {f}
digit {n} (finger or toe)  :: dit {m}
digit {n} (numeral)  :: xifra {f}
digital {adj} (having to do or performed with a finger)  :: digital
digital {adj} (of or relating to computers)  :: digital
digital {adj} (representing discrete values)  :: digital
digitalize {v} (make digital)  :: digitalitzar
digitally {adv} (in a digital manner)  :: digitalment
digital watermark {n} (embedded auxiliary data)  :: filigrana {f}, marca d'aigua {f}
digitization {n} (conversion of data from digital)  :: digitalització {f}
dignified {adj} (respectable)  :: digne
dignitary {n} (important or influential person)  :: dignatari {m}
dignity {n} (quality or state)  :: dignitat {f}
digress {v} (to deviate)  :: desviar-se
digression {n} (departure from the subject)  :: digressió {f}
dildo {n} (artificial phallus)  :: consolador {m}, olisbe {m}
dilettante {n}  :: diletant
dilettantism {n} (the act of behaving like a dilettante, of being an amateur)  :: diletantisme {m}
diligence {n} (qualities of a hard worker, including conscientiousness, determination, perseverance)  :: diligència {f}
diligent {adj} (performing with intense concentration, focus, responsible regard)  :: diligent
diligently {adv} (in a diligent manner)  :: diligentment
dill {n} (herb of the species Anethum graveolens)  :: anet {m}
dimension {n} (in physics)  :: dimensió {f}
dimension {n} (in science fiction)  :: dimensió {f}
dimension {n} (measure of spatial extent)  :: dimensió {f}
dimer {n} (a molecule consisting of two identical halves)  :: dímer {m}
dimerous {adj} (in two parts)  :: dímer
diminish {v} (To become smaller)  :: disminuir
diminish {v} (To make smaller)  :: disminuir
diminutive {adj} (grammar)  :: diminutiu
diminutive {adj} (very small)  :: diminut
diminutive {n} (grammar: word form expressing smallness)  :: diminutiu {m}
dimorphism {n} (biology: occurrence of two distinct forms of any part)  :: dimorfisme {m}
dinar {n} (name of official currency of several countries)  :: dinar {m}
dinghy {n} (inflatable boat)  :: bot pneumàtic {m}
dinghy {n} (small boat)  :: bot {m}
dining room {n} (room, in a home or hotel, where meals are eaten)  :: menjador {m}
dinner {n} (main meal of the day)  :: sopar {m}
dinner {n} (midday meal)  :: dinar {m}
dinner {n}  :: sopar {m}
dinosaur {n} (extinct reptile)  :: dinosaure {m}
dinosaur {n} (person who is very old or has very old-fashioned views)  :: dinosaure {m}
diocese {n} (region administered by a bishop)  :: diòcesi {m}
Diocletian {prop} (Roman cognomen)  :: Dioclecià {m}
diode {n} (electronic device)  :: díode {m}
dionysian {adj} (wild, irrational, and undisciplined)  :: dionisíac
Dionysian {adj} (of or pertaining to Dionysus)  :: dionisíac
Dionysus {prop} (Greek god of wine)  :: Dionís {m}
dioptase {n} (Mineral)  :: dioptasa {f}
diorite {n} (Igneous rock)  :: diorita {f}
dioxane {n} (heterocycle)  :: dioxà {m}
dioxide {n} (any oxide containing two oxygen atoms in each molecule)  :: diòxid {m}
diphtheria {n} (infectious disease of the upper respiratory tract)  :: diftèria {f}
diphthong {n} (complex vowel sound)  :: diftong {m}
diplegia {n} (paralysis)  :: diplegia {f}
diploë {n} (thin layer of tissue)  :: díploe {m}
diplodocus {n} (dinosaur)  :: diplodoc {m}
diploid {adj} (of a cell, having a pair of each type of chromosome)  :: diploide
diploidy {n} (state of being diploid)  :: diploïdia {f}
diplomacy {n} (art of conducting international relations)  :: diplomàcia {f}
diplomacy {n} (tact and subtle skill in dealing with people)  :: diplomàcia {f}
diplomat {n} (person who is accredited to represent a government)  :: diplomàtic {m}, diplomàtica {f}
diplomatic {adj} (concerning relationships between governments)  :: diplomàtic
diplomatic {adj} (exhibiting diplomacy)  :: diplomàtic
diplomatically {adv} (in a diplomatic manner)  :: diplomàticament
diptych {n} (double catalogue of ecclesiastics and benefactors of the church)  :: díptic {m}
diptych {n} (picture or series of pictures painted on two tablets)  :: díptic {m}
diptych {n} (writing tablet consisting of two leaves of rigid material)  :: díptic {m}
direct {adj} (Straight, constant, without interruption)  :: directe
direct {v} (to aim at)  :: adreçar
direct {v} (to manage, control, steer)  :: dirigir
direct free kick {n} (soccer)  :: tir lliure directe {m}
direction {n} (indication of the point toward which an object is moving)  :: direcció {f}
direction {n} (work of the director in cinema or theater)  :: direcció {f}
direction {n} (work of the director (manager))  :: direcció {f}
directly {adv} (in a direct manner)  :: directament
directly {adv} (in a straightforward way)  :: directament
directly {adv} (plainly, without circumlocution or ambiguity)  :: directament
direct object {n} (the noun a verb is directly acting upon)  :: objecte directe {m}
director {n} (supervisor, manager, see also: film director)  :: director {m}, directora {f}, directora {f}
directress {n} (a female director)  :: directora {f}
dirge {n} (a mournful poem or piece of music composed or performed as a memorial to a dead person.)  :: complanta {f}, plany {m}, cant fúnebre {m}
dirham {n} (unit of currency)  :: dírham {m}
dirigible {n} (a self-propelled airship that can be steered)  :: dirigible {m}
dirt {n} (soil or earth)  :: terra {f}
dirtiness {n} (state or quality of being dirty)  :: brutícia {f}
dirty {adj} (covered with or containing dirt)  :: brut
dirty {v} (to become soiled)  :: embrutar-se
dirty {v} (to make dirty)  :: embrutar
dirty {v} (to stain or tarnish with dishonor)  :: embrutar
dirty money {n} (Money illegally gained)  :: diner negre {m}
disability {n} (absence of physical, intellectual, or moral fitness)  :: discapacitat {f}
disabled {adj} (for the use of people with physical disabilities)  :: minusvàlid
disabled {adj} (having a physical disability)  :: minusvàlid, discapacitat
disabled {adj} (made incapable of use or action)  :: invàlid
disadvantage {n} (setback or handicap)  :: desavantatge {m}
disadvantage {n} (weakness)  :: desavantatge {m}
disadvantageously {adv} (in a disadvantageous manner)  :: desavantatjosament
disagreeable {adj} (exciting repugnance)  :: desagradable
disambiguation {n} (removal of ambiguity)  :: desambiguació
disappear {v} (to vanish)  :: desaparèixer
disappearance {n} (action of disappearing or vanishing)  :: desaparició
disappoint {v} (to displease)  :: decebre
disappointed {adj} (defeated of hope or expectation)  :: decebut
disappointment {n} (emotion)  :: decepció {f}
disaster {n} (unexpected catastrophe causing physical damage, etc.)  :: desastre {m}
disastrous {adj} (of the nature of a disaster; calamitous)  :: desastrós
disastrously {adv} (in a disastrous way)  :: desastrosament
disbelieve {v} (not believe)  :: descreure
disciple {n} (an active follower or adherent of someone, or some philosophy)  :: deixeble {m}
disciple {n} (a person who learns from another, especially one who then teaches others)  :: deixeble {m}
disclose {v} (make known)  :: divulgar
disclose {v} (physically expose to view)  :: revelar
discomfort {n} (mental or bodily distress)  :: malestar {m}
disconcerting {adj} (tending to cause discomfort, uneasiness or alarm; unsettling; troubling; upsetting)  :: desconcertant
disconcertingly {adv} (in a disconcerting way)  :: desconcertantment
disconnect {v} (to remove the connection between an appliance and an electrical power source)  :: desconnectar
disconnect {v} (to sever or interrupt a connection)  :: desconnectar
disconsolately {adv} (In a cheerless, dreary manner; in a manner which suggests that one is beyond consolation)  :: desconsoladament
discontinuity {n} (lack of continuity)  :: discontinuïtat {f}
discount {n} (reduction in price)  :: descompte {m}, rebaixa {f}
discover {v}  :: descobrir
discover {v} (expose something previously covered)  :: descobrir
discover {v} (find something for the first time)  :: descobrir
discovery {n} (something discovered)  :: descobriment {m}
discovery {n} (the discovering of new things)  :: descobriment {m}
discreet {adj} (not drawing attention, anger or challenge; inconspicuous)  :: discret
discreet {adj} (respectful of privacy or secrecy; quiet; diplomatic)  :: discret
discreetly {adv} (Acting in a discreet manner)  :: discretament
discreetly {adv} (Inconspicuously)  :: discretament
discrete {adj} (Separate; distinct; individual)  :: discret
discriminate {v} (to make decisions based on prejudice)  :: discriminar
discriminatory {adj} (pertaining to discrimination)  :: discriminatori
discriminatory {adj} (showing prejudice)  :: discriminatori
discursion {n} (digression)  :: digressió {f}
discuss {v} (to converse or debate concerning a particular topic)  :: discutir, debatre
discussion {n} (conversation or debate)  :: discussió {f}
disdainfully {adv} (in a disdainful manner)  :: desdenyosament
disease {n} (an abnormal condition of the body causing discomfort or dysfunction)  :: malaltia {f}
disfigure {v} (change appearance to the negative)  :: desfigurar
disguise {n} (attire to hide/assume an identity)  :: disfressa {f}
disguise {v} (to change the appearance)  :: disfressar
disgust {n} (an intense dislike or repugnance)  :: fàstic
disgust {v} (to cause an intense dislike for something)  :: fer fàstic
disgusting {adj} (repulsive, distasteful)  :: fastigós, repugnant, menyspreable
dish {n} (contents of such a vessel)  :: plat {m}
dish {n} (specific type of food)  :: plat {m}
dish {n} (tableware to be/being washed)  :: vaixella {f}
dish {n} (type of antenna)  :: antena parabòlica {f}
dish {n} (vessel for holding/serving food)  :: vaixella {f}
dishes {n} (dishwashing)  :: escurada {f}
dishonest {adj} (not honest)  :: deshonest
dishonestly {adv} (in a dishonest manner)  :: deshonestament
dishware {n} (crockery)  :: vaixella {f}
dishwasher {n} (machine)  :: rentaplats {m}
disinfection {n} (treatment)  :: desinfecció {f}
disinformation {n} (intentionally false information)  :: desinformació {f}
disinter {v} (To take out of the grave or tomb; to unbury; to exhume; to dig up)  :: desenterrar
disinterested {adj} (having no stake in the outcome)  :: desinteressat
disinterested {adj} (lacking interest)  :: desinteressat
disinterestedly {adv} (in a disinterested manner)  :: desinteressadament
disinterment {n} (act of disinterring)  :: desenterrament {m}
disk {n} (a computer's hard disk)  :: disc dur {m}
disk {n} (a thin, flat, circular plate)  :: disc {m}
disk {n} (a vinyl phonograph/gramophone record)  :: disc {m}
disk {n} (something resembling a disk)  :: disc {m}
dislike {v} (not to like something)  :: no agradar , avorrir
disloyal {adj} (without loyalty)  :: deslleial
disloyally {adv} (in a disloyal manner)  :: deslleialment
disloyalty {n} (quality of being disloyal)  :: deslleialtat {f}
dismantle {v} (take apart)  :: desmuntar
dismiss {v} (to discharge)  :: destituir, acomiadar, despedir
dismiss {v} (to reject, refuse to accept)  :: rebutjar
disobedient {adj} (not obedient)  :: desobedient
disobey {v} (to refuse to obey an order)  :: desobeir
disorder {n} (absence of order)  :: desordre {m}
disorder {n} (physical or psychical malfunction)  :: trastorn {m}
disorderly {adj} (not in order)  :: desordenat
disorganization {n} (act of disorganizing)  :: desorganització {f}
disorganization {n} (state of being disorganized)  :: desorganització {f}
disorganized {adj} (lacking order)  :: desorganitzat
dispel {v} (to drive away by scattering)  :: dissipar
disperse {v} (to scatter)  :: dispersar
displace {v} (have a weight equal to that of the water displaced)  :: desplaçar, desallotjar
displace {v} (to move something or someone)  :: desnonar
displace {v} (to supplant, or take the place of something or someone; to substitute)  :: suplantar
displacement {n} (physics: vector quantity which denotes distance with a directional component)  :: desplaçament {m}
displacement {n} (the quantity of anything, as water, displaced by a floating body, as by a ship)  :: desplaçament {m}
displacement {n} (the state of being displaced)  :: desplaçament {m}
display {n} (electronic screen)  :: monitor {m}
display {n} (spectacle)  :: espectacle {m}
display {v} (to show conspicuously)  :: exhibir
disposable {adj} (available to be used)  :: disponible
disproportionate {adj} (not proportionate)  :: desproporcionat
disproportionate {adj} (out of proportion)  :: desproporcionat
disproportionately {adv} (in a disproportionate manner)  :: desproporcionadament
dispute {v} (to argue against)  :: disputar
dispute {v} (to argue pro and con; to discuss)  :: disputar
dispute {v} (to oppose by argument or assertion, to controvert)  :: disputar
dispute {v} (to strive or contend about; to contest)  :: disputar
disqualification {n} (act of disqualifying)  :: desqualificació {f}
disqualify {v} (to make ineligible)  :: desqualificar
disruption {n} (disorder)  :: desordre {m}
disruption {n} (interruption)  :: interrupció {f}
dissatisfied {adj} (feeling or displaying disappointment or a lack of contentment)  :: insatisfet
dissatisfied {adj} (not satisfied (with the quality of something))  :: insatisfet
dissect {v} (to analyze an idea in detail by separating it into its parts)  :: dissecar, disseccionar
dissect {v} (to study a dead animal's anatomy by cutting it apart)  :: dissecar, disseccionar
dissection {n} (the act of dissecting, of cutting a dead body apart)  :: dissecció {f}
dissident {n} (ecclesiastical: one who disagrees)  :: dissident
dissident {n} (person who opposes the current political structure, group or laws)  :: dissident {m} {f}
dissociate {v} (chemistry: to separate compounds into simpler parts)  :: dissociar
dissociate {v} (chemistry: to undergo dissociation)  :: dissociar
dissociate {v} (to make unrelated)  :: dissociar
dissociate {v} (to part, stop associating)  :: dissociar
dissuasive {adj} (tending to dissuade)  :: dissuasiu
distance {n} (amount of space between two points)  :: distància
distance {n} (remoteness of place; a remote place)  :: llunyania {f}
distance {v} (move away)  :: allunyar-se
distant {adj} (emotionally unresponsive)  :: distant
distant {adj} (far off)  :: distant
distend {v} (To extend or expand)  :: distendre
distil {v} (to exude in small drops)  :: destil·lar
distil {v} (to make by means of distillation)  :: destil·lar
distil {v} (to subject a substance to distillation)  :: destil·lar
distil {v} (to trickle down in small drops)  :: destil·lar
distil {v} (to undergo distillation)  :: destil·lar
distillery {n} (a place where distillation takes place)  :: destil·leria {f}
distinct {adj} (different from one another)  :: distint
distinct {adj} (noticeably different)  :: distint
distinct {adj} (very clear)  :: distint
distinction {n} (that which distinguishes)  :: distinció {f}
distinction {n} (the state of being distinguishable)  :: distinció {f}
distinctive {adj} (that serves to distinguish between things)  :: distintiu
distinctly {adv} (in a distinct manner)  :: distintament
distinguish {v} (to see someone or something as different from others)  :: distingir
distinguish {v} (to see someone or something clearly or distinctly)  :: distingir
distinguishable {adj} (able, or easily able to be distinguished)  :: distingible
distinguished {adj} (celebrated, well-known or eminent because of past achievements; prestigious)  :: distingit
distinguished {adj} (having a dignified appearance or demeanor)  :: distingit
distort {v} (to bring something out of shape)  :: deformar
distort {v} (to give false account of)  :: tergiversar, distorsionar
distract {v} (To divert the attention of)  :: distreure
distraction {n} (something that distracts)  :: distracció {f}
distraction {n} (the process of being distracted)  :: distracció {f}
distribute {v}  :: distribuir
district {n} (administrative division)  :: comarca {f}, districte
district {n} (area or region)  :: comarca {f}
District of Columbia {prop} (federal capital of the United States of America)  :: Districte de Colúmbia {m}
disturb {v} (confuse or irritate)  :: molestar
diurnal {adj} (botany; of flowers open or releasing perfume during the day)  :: diürn
diurnal {adj} (happening during daylight; primarily active during the day)  :: diürn
dive {n} (deliberate fall after a challenge)  :: estirada {f}
diver {n} (someone who dives)  :: bus {m} {f}
divergence {n} (the degree of divergence)  :: divergència {f}
diverse {adj} (different)  :: divers
diverse {adj} (various)  :: divers
diversification {n} (act of diversifying)  :: diversificació {f}
diversify {v} (To make diverse)  :: diversificar
divert {v} (turn aside)  :: desviar
diverticulum {n} (small growth off an organ)  :: diverticle {m}
divine {adj} (beautiful, heavenly)  :: diví
divine {adj} (of or pertaining to a god)  :: diví
diving {n} (sport of jumping head first into water)  :: salts {m-p}
divinity {n} (a deity)  :: deïtat {f}, divinitat {f}
divinity {n} (property of being divine)  :: deïtat {f}, divinitat {f}
divorce {n} (legal dissolution of a marriage)  :: divorci {m}
divorce {n} (separation of connected things)  :: divorci {m}
divorce {v} (to end one's own marriage)  :: divorciar-se
divorce {v} (to legally dissolve a marriage)  :: divorciar
divorce {v} (to obtain a legal divorce)  :: divorciar-se
divorce {v} (to separate something that was connected)  :: divorciar
divorced {adj} (having had one's marriage legally dissolved)  :: divorciat
divorced {adj} (legally dissolved)  :: divorciat
divorced {adj} (separated)  :: separat
divot {n} (piece of turf)  :: gleva {f}
divulge {v} (to indicate publicly; to proclaim)  :: divulgar
divulge {v} (to make public)  :: divulgar
dizzy {adj} (having a sensation of turning around)  :: marejat
dizzy {adj} (producing giddiness)  :: vertiginós
djellaba {n} (robe worn by men in North Africa)  :: gel·laba {f}
Djibouti {prop} (Republic of Djibouti)  :: Djibouti
DNA {phrase} (abbreviation of deoxyribonucleic acid (see deoxyribonucleic acid for full forms))  :: ADN
Dnieper {prop} (river to the Black Sea)  :: Dnièper {m}
do {n} (tonic of a major scale)  :: do {m}
do {v} (perform, execute)  :: fer
do {v} (slang: attack)  :: fotre-li
do {v} (slang: have sex with)  :: fer-ho
do away with {v} (abolish; put an end to)  :: desfer-se
dobra {n} (official currency of São Tomé and Príncipe)  :: dobra
docent {n} (teacher or lecturer in university)  :: docent {m} {f}
docility {n} (the quality of being docile)  :: docilitat {f}
doctor {n} (physician)  :: metge {m}, metgessa {f}
doctrinal {adj} (of or relating to a doctrine)  :: doctrinal
doctrinally {adv} (in a doctrinal manner)  :: doctrinalment
doctrine {n} (belief)  :: doctrina {f}
doctrine {n} (body of beliefs or teachings)  :: doctrina {f}
document {n} (original or official paper)  :: document {m}
document {v} (to record in documents)  :: documentar
documentary {adj} (of, related to or based on documents/that serves to document something)  :: documental
documentary {n} (documentary film)  :: documental {m}
documentary {n} (programme or publication of fact)  :: documental
documentation {n} (documents that explain the operation of a particular machine or software program)  :: documentació {f}
dodecagon {n} (geometry)  :: dodecàgon {m}
dodecagonal {adj} (having twelve sides and twelve angles)  :: dodecagonal
dodecahedron {n} (a polyhedron with 12 faces)  :: dodecàedre, dodecaedre {m}
dodecaphonic {adj} (of or pertaining to dodecaphony)  :: dodecafònic {m}
dodge {v} (to avoid by moving out of the way)  :: esquivar
does anyone here speak English {phrase} (does anyone here speak English?)  :: que hi ha algú que parli anglès?
dog {n} (animal)  :: gos, ca {m}, gossa {f}, cutxu [Algherese]
dogma {n} (authoritative principle, belief or statement of opinion)  :: dogma {m}
dogma {n} (doctrine)  :: dogma {m}
dogmatic {adj} (asserting beliefs in an arrogant way)  :: dogmàtic
dogmatism {n} (arrogance in stating opinion)  :: dogmatisme {m}
dogwood {n} (tree or shrub of the genus Cornus)  :: sanguinyol {m}
do it yourself {n} (practice of doing home improvements and maintenance oneself)  :: bricolatge {m}
doll {n} (a toy in the form of a human)  :: nina {f}
dollar {n} (designation for specific currency)  :: dòlar {m}
doll's house {n} (miniature house for dolls)  :: casa de nines {f}
dolor {n} (sorrow)  :: dolor
dolphin {n} (aquatic mammal)  :: dofí {m}
dome {n} (architectural element)  :: cúpula
Dome of the Rock {prop} (shrine in Jerusalem)  :: Cúpula de la Roca
domestic {adj} (internal to a specific country)  :: interior
domestic {adj} ((of a domesticated animal) kept by someone)  :: domèstic
domestic {adj} (of or relating to activities normally associated with the home, wherever they actually occur)  :: domèstic
domestic {adj} (of or relating to the home)  :: domèstic
domesticated {adj} (tame)  :: domesticat {m}
domesticity {n} (affection for the home)  :: domesticitat {f}
domicile {n} (home or residence)  :: domicili {m}
dominate {v} (to govern, rule or control by superior authority or power)  :: dominar
Dominica {prop} (Commonwealth of Dominica)  :: Dominica
dominical {adj} (of or pertaining to Sunday)  :: dominical
Dominican {adj} (from Dominica)  :: dominiquès
Dominican {adj} (from the Dominican Republic)  :: dominicà
Dominican {adj} (of or belonging to the religious order)  :: dominic, dominicà
Dominican {n} (member of religious order)  :: dominic {m}, dominicà {m}
Dominican {n} (person from Dominica)  :: dominiquès {m}
Dominican {n} (person from Dominican Republic)  :: dominicà {m}
Dominican Republic {prop} (country in the Caribbean)  :: República Dominicana {f}
domino {n} (block used in dominoes)  :: dòmino {m}, dominó {m}
domino {n} (mask)  :: dominó {m}
domino {n} (masquerade costume)  :: dominó {m}
domino {n} (person wearing the costume)  :: dominó
domotics {n} (technology)  :: domòtica {f}
Donald Duck {prop} (one of the Disney characters)  :: Ànec Donald {m}
donation {n} (a voluntary gift or contribution for a specific cause)  :: donació {f}, donatiu {m}
donatism {n} (Christian belief)  :: donatisme {m}
Donetsk People's Republic {prop} (secessionist state in Donechchyna, the Ukraine)  :: República Popular de Donetsk
dongle {n} (A hardware device utilized by a specific application for purposes of copy protection)  :: motxilla {f}
dongle {n} (Any short wired connector)  :: connector {m}
donkey {n} (a domestic animal, see also: ass)  :: ase {m}, somera {f}, burro {m}, burra {f}, ruc {m}, ruca {f}
donor {n} (one who donates)  :: donador {m}, donadora {f}, donant {m} {f}
do not enter {phrase} (do not enter)  :: no entreu
Don Quixote {prop} (the protagonist of a famous Spanish novel)  :: Don Quixot {m}
don't {contraction} (do not)  :: no
don't count your chickens before they're hatched {proverb} (don't count on things if you don't have them yet)  :: no diguis blat fins que no sigui al sac i ben lligat
don't look a gift horse in the mouth {proverb} (a phrase referring to unappreciatively questioning of a gift or handout too closely)  :: a cavall regalat, no li miris el dentat
don't mention it {phrase} (it is too trivial to warrant thanks)  :: de res, no és res
don't worry {phrase} (indicates to the interlocutor not to worry about something)  :: no et preocupis, no es preocupi
doom {v} (to condemn)  :: damnar
doomsday {n} (day when God is expected to judge the world)  :: Judici Final {m}
door {n} (portal of entry into a building, room or vehicle)  :: porta {f}
doorbell {n} (device on or adjacent to an outer door for announcing one's presence)  :: timbre
doorknocker {n} (door knocker)  :: picaporta {f}, balda {f}
Doric {prop} (Greek dialect)  :: dòric {m}
Doric order {n} (one of the three styles of classical Greek architecture)  :: ordre dòric {m}
dormant {adj} (inactive, asleep, suspended)  :: latent
dormer-window {n} (upright window in a roof)  :: golfes
dormitory {n} (room for sleeping)  :: dormitori {m}
dormouse {n} (rodent)  :: liró
dorsal {adj}  :: dorsal
dorsal {adj} (relating to the side in which the backbone is located)  :: dorsal
dorsal fin {n} (fin on a marine animal's back)  :: aleta dorsal {f}
dose {n} (measured portion of medicine)  :: dosi {f}
dose {n} (quantity of an agent administered at any one time)  :: dosi {f}
dot {n} (decimal point)  :: punt {m}
dot {n} (small spot or mark)  :: punt {m}
do the dishes {v} (to wash up dishes)  :: escurar, rentar els plats
double {adj} (made up of two matching or complementary elements)  :: doble
double {adj} (twice the quantity)  :: doble
double {v} (to multiply by two)  :: doblar
double bass {n} (largest instrument of violin family)  :: contrabaix {m}
double bed {n} (a bed designed for two adults)  :: llit doble
double dribble {n} (violation in basketball)  :: dobles {m-p}
double entendre {n} (phrase with two meanings)  :: doble sentit {m}
double fault {n} (missing of both the first serve and second serve)  :: doble falta
double penetration {n} (The simultaneous penetration of one or more orifices of one person by two other people)  :: doble penetració {f}
doubles {n} (a game between pairs of players)  :: dobles {m-p}
double star {n} (double star)  :: estrella doble {f}
doublet {n} (article of men's clothing)  :: gipó
double-u {n} (name of the letter W, w)  :: ve doble {f}
doubloon {n} (former Spanish gold coin)  :: dobló {m}, dobler {m}
doubly {adv} (in a double manner)  :: doblement
doubt {n} (uncertainty)  :: dubte {m}
doubt {v} (to lack confidence in something)  :: dubtar
doubtful {adj} (experiencing or showing doubt)  :: dubtós
doubtful {adj} (subject to, or causing doubt)  :: dubtós
doubtfully {adv} (doubtful manner)  :: dubtosament
dough {n} (mix of flour and other ingredients)  :: pasta {f}, massa {f}
dough {n} (money (slang))  :: pasta {f}
doughnut {n} (deep-fried piece of dough or batter)  :: dònat {m}
doum palm {n} (Hyphaene thebaica)  :: palmera tebaica {f}
dove {n} (bird of the pigeon and dove family Columbidae)  :: colom {m}
down {adj} (depressed)  :: deprimit, moix
down {adj} (on a lower level than before)  :: baix
down {adv}  :: avall
down {adv} (from a high to a low position, downwards)  :: avall
down {n} (American football – a single play)  :: intent {m}
down {n}  :: plomissol {m}, plomissa {f}
download {n} (file transfer to the local computer)  :: baixada
download {v} (to transfer data from a remote computer to a local one)  :: baixar, descarregar
Down syndrome {prop} (condition caused by chromosomal deficiency)  :: síndrome de Down {f}
downturn {n} (a downward trend, or the beginnings of one)  :: daltabaix {m}
down with {interj} (away with (...!))  :: a baix
dowry {n} (property or payment given at time of marriage)  :: dot {f}
do you believe in God {phrase} (do you believe in God?)  :: creus en déu?
do you have a menu in English {phrase} (phrase)  :: teniu un menú en anglès?, hi ha un menú en anglès?
do you speak English {phrase} (do you speak English? (English specifically))  :: parles anglès?, [formal] parleu anglès, parla anglès
drachma {n} (currency)  :: dracma {f}
draconian {adj} (severe, oppressive or strict)  :: draconià
draft {n} (current of air)  :: tiro {m}, corrent {f}, correntia {f}
draft {n} (depth of water needed to float ship)  :: calat {m}
draft {n} (early version of a written work)  :: esborrany {m}
draft {n} (preliminary sketch)  :: esbós {m}
drag {v} (to pull along a surface)  :: arrossegar
dragon {n} (mythical creature)  :: drac {m}, víbria {f}
dragonfly {n} (insect of the infraorder Anisoptera)  :: libèl·lula {f}, cavall de serp {m}, espiadimonis {m}, tallanassos {m}, teixidor {m}, barratgina {f}.
dragoon {n} (horse soldier)  :: dragó {m}
drainage basin {n} (topographic region in which all water drains to a common outlet)  :: conca {f}
drama {n} (composition)  :: drama {m}
dramatically {adv} (in a dramatic manner)  :: dramàticament
drapery {n} (countable: a piece of cloth, hung vertically as a curtain)  :: cortina {f}
drastic {adj} (extreme, severe)  :: dràstic
draught {n} (game piece)  :: dama {f}
draught animal {n} (animal used to pull heavy objects)  :: animal de càrrega
draughts {n} (game for two players)  :: dames
draw {v} (to end a game with neither side winning)  :: empatar
draw {v} (to produce a picture)  :: dibuixar
drawer {n} (open-topped box in a cabinet used for storing)  :: calaix {m}
drawing {n} (picture, likeness, diagram or representation)  :: dibuix {m}
dread {v} (to fear greatly)  :: témer
dream {n} (hope or wish)  :: somni {m}
dream {n} (imaginary events seen while sleeping)  :: somni {m}
dream {v} (see imaginary events while sleeping)  :: somiar
dream {v} (to hope, to wish)  :: somiar
dreamcatcher {n} (decorative Native American object)  :: atrapasomnis {m}, caçador de somnis {m}
dreamer {n} (one who dreams)  :: somiador {m}
dredge {n} (dredging machine)  :: draga {f}
dredge {v} (to bring something to the surface with a dredge)  :: dragar
dredge {v} (to make a channel deeper)  :: dragar
dredge {v} (to unearth)  :: dragar
dregs {n} (settled sediment)  :: pòsit {m}, solatge {m}
drenched {adj} (completely wet; sodden)  :: xop
Drenthe {prop} (province of the Netherlands)  :: Drenthe
dress {n} (garment)  :: vestit {m}
dress {v} (to clothe oneself)  :: vestir-se
dress {v} (to clothe (something or somebody))  :: vestir
dressed to the nines {adj} (very fancily or formally dressed)  :: [to be dressed in 21 buttons] anar vestit de vint-i-un botons
dresser {n} (kitchen furniture)  :: escudeller {m}
dressing gown {n} (item of clothing)  :: batí {m}, bata {f}
dribble {n} (sport)  :: driblatge {m}, conducció {f}
dribble {v} (to advance by dribbling)  :: driblar
dribble {v} (to bounce the ball with one hand at a time)  :: conduir
dribble {v} (to move the ball, by repeated light kicks)  :: conduir
dribble {v} (to run with the ball, controlling its path with the feet)  :: conduir
dried fruit {n} (small fruit that have been preserved by drying)  :: fruit sec {m}
drift {n} (anything driven at random)  :: vagar, vagarejar
drill {v} (to make a hole)  :: perforar, foradar
Drina {prop} (river that flows northward 160 miles along the border of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia)  :: Drina {f}
drink {n} (served alcoholic beverage)  :: beguda {f}, glop {m}
drink {n} (served beverage)  :: beguda {f}, glop {m}
drink {n} (type of beverage)  :: beguda {f}
drink {v} (consume alcoholic beverages)  :: beure
drink {v} (consume liquid through the mouth)  :: beure
drinkable {adj} (safe to drink)  :: potable
drinker {n} (a device)  :: abeurador {m}, bevedor {m}
drinker {n} (one that drinks)  :: bevedor {m}, bevedora {f}
drinker {n} (regular drinker)  :: bevedor {m}, bevedora {f}
drinking straw {n} (a long plastic or paper tube through which a drink is drunk)  :: palla, canya
drip {v} (to fall one drop at a time)  :: degotar, gotejar
drive {v} (operate (a wheeled motorized vehicle))  :: conduir
drivel {n} (senseless talk)  :: ximpleries {f-p}
drivel {v} (to have saliva drip from the mouth)  :: bavejar
drive-off {n} (the act of leaving someplace without paying)  :: partir sense pagar
driver {n} (one who drives something)  :: conductor {m}
driver {n} (person who drives a motorized vehicle, such as a car or a bus)  :: conductor {m}
driver {n} (person who drives some other vehicle)  :: conductor {m}
driver {n} (program acting as interface between an application and hardware)  :: controlador de dispositiu {m}
driver {n} (something that drives something)  :: conductor {m}
driving school {n} (institution where people learn to drive)  :: autoescola {f}
drizzle {n} ((physics, weather) numerous small and uniformly dispersed water drops)  :: plovisqueig {m}
drizzle {v} (to rain lightly)  :: plovisquejar, espurnejar
droll {adj} (oddly humorous; whimsical)  :: estranyament divertit {m}
dromedary {n} (Camelus dromedarius, the single-humped camel)  :: dromedari {m}
drop {n} (small mass of liquid)  :: gota {f}
drop-ball {n} (method of restarting play)  :: servei neutral {m}
drop in the bucket {n} (an effort or action having very little influence, especially as compared to a huge problem)  :: una gota en un mar d'aigua
drop kick {n} (drop kick in rugby)  :: xut de sobrebot {m}
droplet {n} (very small drop)  :: goteta {f}
drop shot {n} (a lightly struck shot that lands just in play)  :: deixada {f}
drought {n} (a period of unusually low rain fall)  :: sequera {f}, secada {f}, seca {f}
drown {v} (to be suffocated in fluid)  :: ofegar
drown {v} (to deprive of life by immerson in liquid)  :: ofegar
drown {v} (to overwhelm in water)  :: submergir
drowse {v} (to be sleepy and inactive)  :: endormiscar-se
drug {n} (psychoactive substance ingested for recreational use, especially illegal and addictive one)  :: droga {f}
drug addict {n} (person with a chemical or psychological dependency on drugs)  :: drogoaddicte {m}
drug addiction {n} (dependency on illegal drugs)  :: drogoaddicció {f}
drug trafficking {n} (smuggling, distribution and sale of drugs)  :: narcotràfic {m}
druid {n} (an order of priests)  :: druida {m}
druidic {adj} (of or relating to the druids)  :: druídic
druidism {n} (religion of the druids)  :: druïdisme {m}
drum {n} (barrel etc. for liquid)  :: barril {m}
drum {n} (hollow, cylindrical object)  :: tambor {m}
drum {n} (musical instrument)  :: tambor {m}
drum {v} (to beat a drum)  :: tamborinejar
drum {v} (to beat with a rapid succession of strokes)  :: tamborinejar
drunk {adj} (elated by emotion)  :: borratxo, embriac
drunk {adj} (intoxicated after drinking too much alcohol)  :: borratxo, embriac, begut
drunk {n} (habitual drinker)  :: borratxo {m}, embriac {m}
drunkenness {n} (state of being drunk)  :: embriaguesa {f}, [colloquial] turca {f}, borratxera {f}
dry {adj} (free from liquid or moisture)  :: eixut, sec
dry {v} (to become dry)  :: assecar-se, eixugar
dry {v} (to make dry)  :: eixugar, assecar
dry cleaning {n} (process of cleaning without water)  :: neteja en sec {f}
dryer {n} (household appliance for drying clothing)  :: assecadora {f}
dryly {adv} (in a dry manner)  :: eixutament, secament
dryness {n} (a lack of moisture)  :: sequedat {f}, eixutesa {f}, secor {f}, eixutor {f}
drywall {n} (A building material)  :: cartró-guix {m}
dual {adj} (double)  :: doble
dual {adj} (having two components)  :: dual
dub {v} (to replace soundtrack with translation)  :: doblar
dubbing {n} (replacement of voice)  :: doblatge {m}
dubitation {n} (process of doubting)  :: dubte {m}
Dubliner {n} (Someone from Dublin)  :: dublinès {m}, dublinesa {f}
dubnium {n} (chemical element)  :: dubni {m}
Dubrovnik {prop} (Croatian port-city)  :: Dubrovnik
ducat {n} (historical gold coin)  :: ducat {m}
duchess {n} (female ruler of a duchy)  :: duquessa {f}
duchess {n} (female spouse or widow of a duke)  :: duquessa {f}
duchy {n} (a dominion or region ruled by a duke or duchess)  :: ducado, ducat {m}
duck {n} (aquatic bird of the family Anatidae)  :: ànec {m}
duck {v} (to lower the head or body)  :: ajupir-se
duckling {n} (young duck)  :: aneguet {m}
ductile {adj} (capable of being pulled or stretched into thin wire)  :: dúctil
dud {n} (broken or nonfunctional device that does not perform its intended function)  :: fracàs {m}, pífia {f}
dude {n} (colloquial: man)  :: paio {m}, tio {m}
duel {n} (combat between two persons)  :: duel {m}
duel {n} (struggle between two parties)  :: duel {m}
duel {v} (engage in a duel)  :: batre's en duel
duelist {n}  :: duelista
duet {n} (a musical composition for two performers)  :: duo {m}, duet {m}
due to {prep} (caused by)  :: degut a
duffel coat {n} (hooded coat made from duffel)  :: trenca {f}
duke {n} (male holder of a dukedom)  :: duc
duke {n} (male ruler of a duchy)  :: duc {m}
dulcimer {n} (musical instrument)  :: dulcimer {m}
dull {adj} (boring)  :: insuls {m}, fat
duly {adv} (properly)  :: degudament
duly {adv} (regularly)  :: degudament
dulzaina {n} (musical instrument)  :: dolçaina {f}
dumb {adj} (extremely stupid)  :: estúpid
dumb {adj}  :: mut
dumpling {n} (food)  :: mandonguilla {f}, nyoqui {m}
dung {n} (manure)  :: adob {m}, fem {m}
dungarees {n} (heavy denim pants or overalls)  :: mico
dung beetle {n} (insect of the family Scarabaeidae)  :: escarabat piloter
dungeon {n} (the main tower of a motte or castle; a keep or donjon)  :: masmorra {f}
dungeon {n} (underground prison or vault)  :: calabós {m}
dunk {n} (basketball dunking)  :: esmaixada {f}
dunk {v} (basketball)  :: esmaixar
dunnock {n} (bird)  :: pardal de bardissa {m}
duodecimo {n} (book size)  :: dotzè {m}
duodecimo {n} (paper size)  :: dotzè {m}
duodenum {n} (first part of the small intestine)  :: duodè {m}
duplicate {n} (an identical copy)  :: duplicat {m}
duplicate {v} (to make a copy of)  :: duplicar
duplication {n} (act of duplicating)  :: duplicació {f}
durability {n} (Permanence by virtue of the power to resist stress or force)  :: durabilitat {f}
durable {adj} (able to resist wear; enduring)  :: durable, durador
duration {n} (amount of time)  :: durada {f}, duració {f}
durian {n} (fruit)  :: durian {m}
during {prep} (for all of a given time interval)  :: durant
during {prep} (within a given time interval)  :: durant
Dushanbe {prop} (capital of Tajikistan)  :: Duixanbe
dusk {n} (period of time at the end of day when sun is below the horizon but before full onset of night)  :: crepuscle {m}, capvespre {m}
dust {n} (fine, dry particles)  :: pols {f}
dust {v} ((intransitive) to clean by removing dust)  :: desempolsar
dust {v} (to spray something with fine powder or liquid)  :: empolsar
dust {v} ((transitive) to remove dust from)  :: espolsar
dustpan {n} (flat scoop for assembling dust)  :: recollidor {m}
Dutch {adj} (of the Netherlands, people, or language)  :: neerlandès, [dated] holandès; [Valencian] neerlandés, [dated] holandés
Dutch {prop} (people from the Netherlands)  :: neerlandès {m}, neerlandesa {f}, [dated] holandès {m}, holandesa {f}; [Valencian] neerlandés {m}, neerlandesa {f}, [dated] holandés {m}, holandesa {f}
Dutch {prop} (the Dutch language)  :: neerlandès {m}, [dated] holandès {m}; [Valencian] neerlandés {m}, [dated] holandés {m}
Dutchman {n} (a Dutch man)  :: neerlandès {m}; [dated] holandès {m}; [Valencian] neerlandés {m}; [dated] holandés {m}
Dutchwoman {n} (a Dutch woman)  :: neerlandesa {f}; [dated] holandesa {f}
duty {n} (period of time)  :: servei
duty {n} (tax; tariff)  :: taxa
duty {n} (that which one is morally or legally obligated to do)  :: obligació, deure {m}
dwarf {n} (astronomy: relatively small star)  :: nana {f}
dwarf {n} (being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit)  :: nan {m}, nano {m}
dwarf {n} (small person)  :: nan {m}, nano {m}
dwarf {n} (something much smaller than the usual of its sort)  :: nan {m}, nano {m}
dwarf elder {n} (Sambucus ebulus)  :: évol {m}
dwarf galaxy {n} (small galaxy)  :: galàxia nana {f}
dwarfism {n} (condition of being a dwarf)  :: nanisme {m}
dwarf planet {n} (a type of celestial body)  :: planeta nan {m}
dwelling {n} (a place or house in which a person lives)  :: habitatge, vivenda
dye {n} (a colourant, especially one that has an affinity to the substrate to which it is applied)  :: tint {m}
dye {v} (to colour with dye)  :: tenyir
dyed {adj} (colored with dye)  :: tenyit
dynamic {adj} (not steady; in motion)  :: dinàmic {m}
dynamic {adj} (powerful)  :: dinàmic {m}
dynamic {n} (a behavior)  :: dinàmica {f}
dynamically {adv} (of a dynamic nature)  :: dinàmicament
dynamite {n} (class of explosives)  :: dinamita {f}
dynamite {v} (to blow up with dynamite or other high explosive)  :: dinamitar
dynastic {adj} (pertaining to a dynasty)  :: dinàstic {m}
dynasty {n} (A series of rulers or dynasts from one family)  :: dinastia {f}
dyne {n} (unit of force)  :: dina {f}
dysentery {n} (disease characterised by inflammation of the intestines)  :: disenteria {f}
dysgraphia {n} (language disorder)  :: disgrafia
dyslexia {n} (learning disability)  :: dislèxia {f}
dysmenorrhea {n} (painful menstruation)  :: dismenorrea {f}
dysphagia {n} (difficulty in swallowing)  :: disfàgia {f}
dysphoria {n} (state of feeling unwell, unhappy, restless or depressed)  :: disfòria {f}
dysprosium {n} (chemical element)  :: disprosi
dystrophic {adj} (affected with dystrophy)  :: distròfic
dystrophy {n} (dystrophy)  :: distròfia {f}