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Fabian {prop} (male given name) :: Fabià
fable {n} (fictitious narration to enforce some useful truth or precept) :: faula {f}
fabliau {n} (short farcical tale) :: fabliau
fabric {n} (material made of fibers) :: tela {f}
fabulously {adv} (in a fabulous manner) :: fabulosament
facade {n} (face of a building) :: façana {f}, fatxada {f}, frontera {f}
facade {n} (deceptive outward appearance) :: façana {f}
face {v} (to face) SEE: look ::
face {n} (front part of head) :: cara {f}, faç {f} [archaism]
face {n} (facial expression) :: cara {f}, rictus {m}, gest {m}
face {n} (public image) :: cara
face {n} (geometry: bounding surface of a polyhedron) :: cara {f}, faceta {f}
face {v} (position oneself/itself towards) :: encarar
face {v} (deal with, confront) :: enfrontar-se
face {n} (computing: interface) SEE: interface ::
face {n} (one's complete facial cosmetic application) SEE: makeup ::
facet {n} (flat surface cut into a gem) :: faceta {f}
facet {n} (one among many similar yet distinct things) :: faceta {f}
facet {n} (one member of a compound eye) :: faceta {f}
facial {adj} (of the face) :: facial
facsimile {v} (fax) SEE: fax ::
fact {n} (an honest observation) :: fet
fact {n} :: fet {m}
factitious {adj} (created by man) :: factici
factitious {adj} (counterfeit, fabricated) :: factici
fag {n} (homosexual) :: marieta {m}, marica {m}, maricó {m}
fag-end {n} (cigarette butt) SEE: butt ::
faggot {n} (male homosexual) SEE: fag ::
fail {v} (be unsuccessful) :: fracassar
fail {v} (not achieve a goal) :: fracassar
failure {n} (state or condition opposite of success) :: fracàs {m}
failure {n} (termination of the ability of an item to perform its required function) :: fracàs {m}
faint {adj} (lacking strength; inclined to lose consciousness) :: feble {m} {f}, dèbil {m} {f}
faint {adj} (lacking distinctness, hardly perceptible) :: feble {m} {f}, tènue {m} {f}
faint {n} (the act of fainting) :: desmai
faint {v} (to lose consciousness) :: acubar-se
fainting {n} (an act of collapsing to a state of temporary unconsciousness) :: desmai
fair {adj} (pretty or attractive) :: bell
fair {adj} (just, equitable) :: just
fair {adj} (adequate, reasonable, decent) :: equitatiu
fair {n} (celebration) :: fira {f}
fairest {adj} (most attractive) :: bell
fairheaded {adj} (blond) SEE: blond ::
fairly {adv} (in a fair manner) :: francament, verdaderament
fairly {adv} (honestly; properly) :: justament
fairly {adv} (partly, not fully; somewhat) :: força
fairway {n} ((golf) the area between the tee and the green) :: carrer {m}
fairy {n} (mythical being) :: fada {f}
fairy floss {n} (fairy floss) SEE: candy floss ::
fairy godmother {n} (benevolent magical female) :: fada madrina {f}
fairy tale {n} (folktale) :: conte de fades {m}
faith {n} (feeling that something is true) :: fe {f}
faithful {adj} (loyal; adhering firmly to person or cause) :: fidel, lleial
faithful {adj} (having faith) :: fidel
faithful {adj} (reliable; worthy of trust) :: fidel
faithful {adj} (consistent with reality) :: fidel
faithfully {adv} (in a faithful manner) :: fidelment
fake {v} (to counterfeit, falsify) :: falsejar
falafel {n} (Middle Eastern food) :: falàfel {m}
falafel {n} (single falafel ball) :: falàfel {m}
falcon {n} (bird of the genus Falco) :: falcó {m}
falconer {n} (a person who breeds or trains hawks) :: falconer {m}
fall {n} (season) SEE: autumn ::
fall {n} (act of moving in gas or vacuum under the effect of gravity from a point to a lower point) :: caiguda {f}
fall {v} (move to a lower position under the effect of gravity) :: caure
fallacy {n} (false argument) :: fal·làcia {f}
fall asleep {v} (to pass into sleep) :: adormir-se
fall asleep {v} (to be affected by paresthesia) :: adormir-se
fallen angel {n} (angel who was exiled from heaven) :: àngel caigut {m}
fall equinox {n} (autumnal equinox) SEE: autumnal equinox ::
fallibilism {n} (doctrine that knowledge is never certain) :: fal·libilisme {m}
fallibility {n} (state of being prone to error) :: fal·libilitat {f}
fallible {adj} (capable of making mistakes or being wrong) :: fal·lible
falling star {n} (shooting star) SEE: shooting star ::
fall in love {v} (to come to have feelings of love) :: enamorar-se
Fallopian tube {n} (duct) :: trompa de Fal·lopi {f}
fall out of love {v} (cease to be in love, see also: unlove) :: desenamorar
fallow {n} (ground left unseeded for a year) :: guaret {m}
fallow {n} :: guaret {m}
fallow deer {n} (Dama dama, a ruminant mammal) :: daina
false {adj} (untrue, not factual, wrong) :: fals, incorrecte
false {adj} (spurious, artificial) :: fals, postís, artificial
false {adj} (state in Boolean logic that indicates a negative result) :: fals
false acacia {n} (black locust) SEE: black locust ::
false croup {n} (croup) SEE: croup ::
false friend {n} (type of word) :: fals amic {m}
falsehood {n} (state of being false) :: falsedat {f}
falsehood {n} (false statement) :: falsedat {f}
falsely {adv} (in a false manner) :: falsament
false start {n} (starting before the signal) :: sortida falsa {f}
falsify {v} (to alter so as to be false) :: falsificar, falsejar
falsify {v} (to misrepresent) :: falsificar, falsejar
falsify {v} (to prove to be false) :: falsejar, falsificar
falter {v} (To stammer) SEE: stammer ::
fame {n} (state of being famous) :: fama {f}
Famennian {prop} :: Famennià
familial {adj} (of or pertaining to a human family) :: familiar
familiar {adj} (known to one) :: familiar
familiar {adj} (intimate or friendly) :: familiar
familiarization {n} (process of familiarizing) :: familiarització {f}
familiarize {v} (make or become familiar with something or someone) :: familiaritzar
familiarly {adv} (in a familiar manner) :: familiarment
family {n} (immediate family, e.g. parents and their children) :: família {f}
family {n} (group of people related by blood, marriage, law, or custom) :: família {f}
family {n} (rank in a taxonomic classification, above both genus and species) :: família {f}
family {n} (music: a group of instrument having the same basic method of tone production) :: família {f}
family {n} (linguistics: a group of languages believed to have descended from the same ancestral language) :: família {f}
family {n} ((used attributively)) :: familiar
family {adj} ((slang) homosexual) :: marieta {m}
family doctor {n} (practitioner of family medicine) SEE: general practitioner ::
family name {n} (surname) SEE: surname ::
family tree {n} (family tree) :: arbre genealògic {m}
famous {adj} (well known) :: famós
famous {adj} (in the public eye) :: cèlebre
fan {n} (hand-held device) :: ventall {m}, vano {m}, palmito {m}
fan {n} (electrical device) :: ventilador {m}
fan {n} (anything resembling a hand-held fan) :: ventall {m}
fan {v} (to blow air on by means of a fan) :: ventar
fan {n} (admirer) :: fan {m} {f}, aficionat
fanatical {adj} (having an extreme, irrational zeal or enthusiasm) :: fanàtic
fanatically {adv} (in a fanatical manner) :: fanàticament
fanaticism {n} (characteristic or practice of being a fanatic) :: fanatisme {m}
fancy {n} (The imagination; the image-making power of the mind) :: fantasia {f}
fanfare {n} (a flourish of trumpets or horns) :: fanfara {f}
fanfare {n} :: fanfàrria {f}
fan fiction {n} (fiction made by fans) :: fanficció {f}
fang {n} (canine tooth) :: ullal {m}
fang {n} (a tooth that can inject venom) :: ullal {m}
fanny {n} (buttocks) SEE: ass ::
fanny {n} (vulva or vagina) SEE: pussy ::
fanny {n} (Sexual intercourse with a woman) SEE: pussy ::
fantastic {adj} (existing in or constructed from fantasy) :: fantàstic
fantastic {adj} (not believable, only possible in fantasy) :: fantàstic
fantastic {adj} (wonderful, marvelous, excellent, extraordinarily good) :: fantàstic
fantastical {adj} (fantastic) SEE: fantastic ::
fantastically {adv} (in a fantastic manner) :: fantàsticament
fantasy {n} (imagining) :: fantasia {f}
fantasy {n} (literary genre) :: fantasia {f}
FAQ {n} (acronym for Frequently Asked Questions) :: PMF
far {n} (spelt) SEE: spelt ::
far {adj} (remote in space) :: llunyà
far {adj} (remote in time) :: llunyà
far {adj} (long) :: llunyà
far {adj} (extreme) :: extrem
far {adv} (distant in space, time, or degree) :: lluny
far {adv} (to or from a great distance, time, or degree) :: enllà, ençà
fare {n} (money paid for a transport ticket) :: tarifa {f}
Far East {prop} (East and Southeast Asia, see also: ) :: Orient Llunyà {m}, Extrem Orient {m}
farewell {interj} (Goodbye) SEE: goodbye ::
farewell {n} (a wish of happiness at parting) :: adéu
far-flung {adj} (distant) :: remot
far-flung {adj} (widespread) :: estès
farm {n} (a place where agricultural activities take place) :: granja {f}
farmer {n} (person who works the land and/or who keeps livestock) :: granger {m}
farming {n} (agriculture) SEE: agriculture ::
faro {n} (banking card game) :: faraó {m}
Faroe Islander {n} (inhabitant of the Faroe Islands) SEE: Faroese ::
Faroe Islands {prop} (group of islands between Scotland and Iceland) :: illes Fèroe {f-p}
Faroese {adj} (pertaining to the Faroese language, people or Faroe Islands) :: feroès; [Valencian] feroés
Faroese {n} (person from the Faroe Islands) :: feroès {m}, feroesa {f}; [Valencian] feroés {m}, feroesa {f}
Faroese {n} (language) :: feroès {m}; [Valencian] feroés {m}
Faroish {n} (person from the Faroe Islands) SEE: Faroese ::
Faroish {prop} (language) SEE: Faroese ::
Faroish {adj} (pertaing to the Faroish language, people or Faroe Islands) :: feroès {m}, feroesa {f}; [Valencian] feroés {m}, feroesa {f}
far-right {adj} (very right-wing) :: ultradretà
Farsi {n} (Persian language) SEE: Persian ::
farsightedness {n} (condition of being unable to focus on near objects) :: hipermetropia {f}
fart {v} (to emit flatulent gases) :: petar
fart {n} (an emission of flatulent gases) :: pet {m}, [silent fart] llufa {f}, gansa {f}
fascia {n} (dashboard) SEE: dashboard ::
fascicle {n} (bundle of skeletal muscle fibers) :: fascicle {m}
fascinate {v} (to evoke interest or attraction) :: fascinar
fascinating {adj} (having interesting qualities; captivating; attractive) :: fascinador, fascinant
fascism {n} (extreme totalitarian political regime) :: feixisme {m}
fascism {n} (system of strong autocracy or oligarchy) :: feixisme {m}
fascist {n} (proponent of fascism) :: feixista
fast {adj} (firmly or securely fixed in place) :: ferm
fast {adj} (capable of moving with great speed) :: ràpid, veloç
fast {adv} (in a firm or secure manner) :: fermament
fast {adv} (with great speed) :: ràpid, ràpidament, veloçment
fast {v} (to abstain from food) :: dejunar
fast {n} (train that only calls at some stations) SEE: express ::
fast {n} (fasting) SEE: fasting ::
faster {n} (one who fasts) :: dejunador {m}, dejunadora {f}
fast food {n} (type of meal that is often pre-prepared and served quickly) :: menjar ràpid {m}; plats preparats {m-p}
fasting {n} (act or practice of abstaining from or eating very little food) :: dejuni {m}
fasting {n} (period of time when one abstains from or eats very little food) :: dia dejunat
fat {adj} (carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's body) :: gras
fatal {adj} (proceeding from fate) :: fatal
fatal {adj} (foreboding death) :: fatal
fatal {adj} (causing death) :: fatal
fatalism {n} (doctrine that all events are subject to fate) :: fatalisme {m}
Fata Morgana {n} (form of mirage caused by temperature inversion) :: fata morgana {f}
fate {n} (that which predetermines events) :: destí {m}
fate {n} (destiny) :: destí {m}, planeta {f}
father {n} (male parent) :: pare {m}
father-in-law {n} (one's spouse's father) :: sogre {m}
fatherland {n} (fatherland) :: pàtria {f}
Father's Day {n} (holiday in celebration of fatherhood) :: dia del pare {m}
Father Time {prop} (Personification of time) :: Pare Temps
fathom {n} (unit of length) :: braça {f}
fathom {v} ((transitive, archaic) to encircle with outstretched arms) :: abraçar
fathom {v} ((transitive) to measure the depth of, take a sounding of) :: sondejar
fathom {v} ((transitive, figuratively) to manage to comprehend) :: comprendre
fatigues {n} (military clothing) :: roba militar {f}
fatten {v} (to become fatter) :: engreixar-se
fatten {v} (to cause to be fatter) :: engreixar
fattening {adj} (that causes weight gain) :: engreixador
fatty acid {n} (acid) :: àcid gras {m}
faucet {n} (tap) SEE: tap ::
fault {n} (defect) :: errada {f}, culpa {f}, defecte {m}, error {m}
fault {n} (mistake or error) :: error {m}, errada {f}
fault {n} (minor offense) :: falta
fault {n} (blame; responsibility for a mistake) :: culpa {f}
fault {n} (geology fracture in rock) :: falla {f}
fault {n} (tennis: illegal serve) :: falta {f}
faun {n} (a mythical creature) :: faune {m}
fauna {n} (animals considered as a group) :: fauna {f}
fauvism {n} (artistic movement) :: fauvisme {m}
fava bean {n} (Vicia faba) :: fava {f}
favorable {adj} (pleasing) SEE: favourable ::
favorable {adj} (useful) SEE: favourable ::
favorable {adj} (opportune) SEE: favourable ::
favorable {adj} (auspicious) SEE: favourable ::
favorite {adj} (preferred) :: favorit, preferit
favourable {adj} (pleasing) :: favorable
favourable {adj} (useful) :: favorable
favourable {adj} (auspicious) :: favorable
favourite {adj} (favorite) SEE: favorite ::
favouritism {n} (unfair favouring) :: favoritisme {m}
fawn {n} (young deer) :: cervatell {m}
fax {n} (document transmitted by telephone) :: fax
fear {n} (uncountable: emotion caused by actual or perceived danger or threat) :: por {f}, paüra {f}, basarda {f}, temor {m} {f}
fear {n} (a phobia; sense of fear induced by something or someone) :: por {f}, paüra {f}, basarda {f}, temor {m} {f}
fear {n} (extreme veneration or awe) :: temor {m}, respecte {m}
fear {v} (feel fear about (something)) :: témer, tenir por de
fear {v} (venerate; to feel awe towards) :: témer, respectar
fearsome {adj} (frightening, especially in appearance) :: temible
feasible {adj} (that can be done in practice) :: factible
feast {n} (festival, holiday, solemn, or more commonly, joyous, anniversary) :: festa {f}
feather {n} (branching, hair-like structure that grows on the bodies of birds) :: ploma {f}
feature {n} (important or main item) :: tret {m}
Feb {prop} (abbreviation of February) :: febr.
February {prop} (second month of the Roman, Julian, and Gregorian calendars) :: febrer {m}
federal {adj} (pertaining to a league or treaty; derived from an agreement or covenant between parties, especially between nations) :: federal
federal {adj} (pertaining to the national government level) :: federal
federalism {n} (system of government) :: federalisme {m}
Federal Republic of Germany {prop} (Germany's official name) :: República Federal d'Alemanya {f}
federative {adj} (federal) SEE: federal ::
fed up {adj} (frustrated) :: fart
feeble {adj} (deficient in physical strength) :: feble {m} {f}, dèbil {m} {f}
feed {v} (to give food to eat) :: alimentar
feed {n} (food given to (especially herbivorous) animals) :: pinso
feedback {n} (critical assessment of process or activity) :: resposta {f}
feeder {n} (baseball:pitcher) SEE: pitcher ::
feel like {v} (have a desire for something, or to do something) :: venir de gust, abellir
feign {v} (to make a false show) :: fingir
feijoa {n} (shrub) :: feijoa {f}
feldspar {n} (any of a large group of rock-forming minerals) :: feldspat {m}
felicity {n} (happiness) SEE: happiness ::
feline {adj} (of or pertaining to cats) :: felí
feline {adj} (catlike) :: felí
feline {n} (cat) SEE: cat ::
Felix {prop} (male given name) :: Fèlix, Feliu
fellatio {n} (oral stimulation of penis) :: fel·lació {f}
felon {n} (a person convicted of a crime) :: delinqüent
felt {n} (cloth made of matted fibres of wool) :: feltre {m}
felt-tip pen {n} (pen that holds ink conveyed to a writing surface by a felt nib) :: retolador {m}
female {adj} (belonging to the sex that typically produces eggs, or the gender typically associated with it) :: femení {m}, femenina {f}
female {adj} (having an internal socket) :: femella
female {n} (one of the feminine sex or gender) :: femella {f}
female ejaculation {n} (forceful expulsion of fluids from the vagina) :: ejaculació femenina {f}
femicide {n} (killing of women) :: feminicidi {m}
feminine {n} (woman) SEE: woman ::
feminine {n} ((grammar)) :: femení {m}
femininity {n} (femininity) :: feminitat {f}
feminism {n} (the social theory or political movement) :: feminisme {m}
feminist {adj} (relating to or in accordance with feminism) :: feminista {m} {f}
feminist {n} (advocate of feminism; person who believes in bringing about the equality of men and women) :: feminista {m} {f}
feministic {adj} (feminist) SEE: feminist ::
feminization {n} (act of feminizing, or the state of being feminized) :: feminització {f}
feminization {n} (development of female sex characteristics) :: feminització {f}
feminize {v} (to make (more) feminine) :: feminitzar
feminize {v} (to become (more) feminine) :: feminitzar-se
femoral {adj} (of, pertaining to, or near the femur or thigh) :: femoral
femur {n} (segment of insect’s leg) :: fèmur {m}
femur {n} (thighbone) SEE: thighbone ::
fence {n} (barrier) :: tanca {f}
fence {n} (someone who hides or buys and sells stolen goods) :: perista {m} {f}
fence {v} (to engage in (the sport) fencing) :: esgrimir
fencing {n} (sport) :: esgrima
fennel {n} (Foeniculum vulgare, the plant) :: fonoll {m}
fennel {n} :: fonoll {m}
fenugreek {n} (spice) :: frenigrec {m}, alfolba {f}
Ferdinand {prop} (male given name) :: Ferran
ferment {v} (to react using fermentation) :: fermentar
ferment {n} (substance causing fermentation) :: ferment {m}
ferment {n} (state of agitation) :: ferment {m}
fermentation {n} (anaerobic biochemical reaction) :: fermentació {f}
fermentation {n} (state of agitation or excitement) :: fermentació {f}
fermion {n} (a particle with totally antisymmetric composite quantum states) :: fermió {m}
fermium {n} (chemical element) :: fermi {m}
fern {n} (plant) :: falguera {f}; [Valencian] falaguera {f}
ferocious {adj} (Marked by extreme and violent energy) :: ferotge
-ferous {suffix} (producing a certain material) :: -fer
ferret {n} (the mammal Mustela putorius furo) :: furó, fura
ferric {adj} (pertaining to, derived from, or containing iron) :: fèrric
ferric {adj} (chemistry: of compounds of iron in which it has a valence or oxidation number of 3) :: fèrric
ferromagnetic {adj} (easily magnetized) :: ferromagnètic
ferromagnetism {n} (the phenomenon whereby certain substances can become permanent magnets) :: ferromagnetisme
ferrous {adj} (of or containing iron) :: ferrós
ferrous {adj} (chemistry) :: ferrós
ferry {n} (boat) :: bac {m}, rai {m}
fertile {adj} ((of land etc) capable of growing abundant crops) :: fèrtil
fertile {adj} ((biology) capable of reproducing) :: fèrtil
fertile {adj} ((of an imagination etc) productive or prolific) :: fèrtil
Fertile Crescent {prop} (crescent-shaped arc of fertile land) :: Creixent Fèrtil {m}
fertility {n} (the condition, or the degree of being fertile) :: fertilitat {f}
fertilization {n} (act of rendering fertile) :: fertilització {f}
fertilization {n} (act of fecundating) :: fecundació {f}
fertilize {v} (to make fertile by adding nutrients) :: fertilitzar
fertilizer {n} (a natural substance that is used to make the ground more suitable for growing plants) :: adob {m}
fertilizer {n} (a chemical compound created to have the same effect.) :: adob {m}
fescue {n} (stick, etc., used chiefly to point out letters to children) SEE: pointer ::
fess {n} (band) :: faixa {f}
festoon {n} :: garlanda {f}
fetal {adj} (pertaining to, or connected with, a fetus) :: fetal
fetching {adj} (Attractive; pleasant to regard) :: atractiu
fetial {n} (member of Roman college of priests) :: fecial
fetid {adj} (foul-smelling) :: fètid
fetter {n} (object used to bind a person or animal by its legs) :: grilló {m}
fetter {n} (anything that restricts or restrains in any way) :: obstacle {m}
fetter {v} (to shackle or bind up with fetters) :: engrillonar
fetter {v} (to restrain or impede) :: impedir
feud {n} (estate granted to a vassal) :: feu
fever {n} (higher than normal body temperature) :: febre {f}
feverish {adj} (in the state of having a fever) :: febril
feverish {adj} (filled with excess energy) :: febril
feverishly {adv} (with excitement and determination) :: febrilment
few {determiner} (indefinite, usually small number) :: poc
fewer {determiner} (comparative of few; a smaller number) :: menys
fey {adj} (spellbound) :: fadat
Feynman diagram {n} (pictorial representation of the interactions of subatomic particles) :: diagrama de Feynman {m}
fez {n} (type of hat) :: fes {m}
Fez {prop} (city in Morocco) :: Fes
ff. {abbr} (and the following) :: s. (p. 3 s., p. 3s. - pàgina 3 i següents)
fiasco {n} (ludicrous or humiliating situation) :: fiasco {m}
fibrin {n} (fibrous substance) :: fibrina {f}
fibrosis {n} (formation of connective tissue) :: fibrosi {f}
fibrous {adj} (of or pertaining to fibre) :: fibrós
fibula {n} (ancient brooch) :: fíbula {f}
fibula {n} (calf bone) SEE: calf bone ::
fickle {adj} (quick to change one’s opinion or allegiance) :: inconstant
fiction {n} (literary type) :: ficció {f}
fiction {n} (invention) :: ficció {f}
fictional {adj} (invented, as opposed to real) :: ficcional {m} {f}
fictitious {adj} (invented) :: fictici
fiddlefuck {v} (waste time) SEE: waste time ::
fidelity {n} (faithfulness to one's duties) :: fidelitat
fidget {v} (to move around nervously) :: bellugar-se
fidget {n} (a person who fidgets) :: belluguet {m}, ballaruga {f}
fiduciary {n} (trustee) :: fiduciari
fief {n} (estate) :: feu {m}
field {n} (land area free of woodland, cities, and towns; open country) :: camp {m}
field {n} (wide, open space used to grow crops or to hold farm animals) :: camp {m}
field {n} (physics: region affected by a particular force) :: camp {m}
field {n} (course of study or domain of knowledge or practice) :: terreny {m}
field {n} (in mathematics) :: cos {m}
field {n} (sports: area reserved for playing a game) :: camp {m}
field {n} :: camp
field hockey {n} (form of hockey) :: hoquei sobre herba {m}, hoquei
field marshal {n} (highest miliary rank after the commander in chief) :: mariscal de camp {m}
field work {n} (temporary fortification) SEE: fieldwork ::
field work {n} (collection of raw data) SEE: fieldwork ::
fieldwork {n} (collection of raw data) :: treball de camp {m}
fiend {n} (demon) :: dimoni, diable
fierce {adj} (extremely violent, severe, ferocious or savage) :: ferotge
fierce {adj} (resolute or strenuously active) :: feroç
fierce {adj} (threatening in appearance or demeanor) :: ferotge
fiercely {adv} (in a fierce manner) :: feroçment
fife {n} (small shrill pipe) :: pifre
fifteen {num} (cardinal number) :: quinze
fifteenth {adj} (ordinal form of number fifteen) :: quinzè {m} (abbreviation: 15è)
fifth {adj} (Ordinal form of the number 5) :: cinquè {m} (abbreviation 5è), quint {m}
fifth {n} (one of five equal parts of a whole) :: cinquè {m}, quint {m}
fifth {n} (musical interval) :: quinta {f}
fifth column {n} (a group of people which clandestinely undermines a larger group, such as a nation, to which it is expected to be loyal) :: cinquena columna {f}, quinta columna {f}
fifth columnist {n} (a member of a fifth column) :: quintacolumnista {m} {f},
fiftieth {adj} (the ordinal form of the number fifty) :: cinquantè
fiftieth {n} (the person or thing in the fiftieth position) :: cinquantè
fiftieth {n} (one of fifty equal parts of a whole) :: cinquantè
fifty {num} (cardinal number) :: cinquanta
fifty-eight {num} (cardinal number) :: cinquanta-vuit; [Valencian] cinquanta-huit
fifty-five {num} (cardinal number) :: cinquanta-cinc
fifty-four {num} (cardinal number) :: cinquanta-quatre
fifty-nine {num} (cardinal number) :: cinquanta-nou
fifty-one {num} (cardinal number) :: cinquanta-un
fifty-seven {num} (cardinal number) :: cinquanta-set
fifty-six {num} (cardinal number) :: cinquanta-sis
fifty-three {num} (cardinal number) :: cinquanta-tres
fifty-two {num} (cardinal number) :: cinquanta-dos
fig {n} (tree or shrub) :: figuera {f}
fig {n} (fruit) :: figa {f}
fight {v} ((intransitive) to contend in physical conflict) :: lluitar, barallar-se
fight {v} ((transitive) to contend in physical conflict against) :: combatre
fight {n} (occasion of fighting) :: lluita {f}, combat {m}
fighter {n} (aircraft type) :: caça {m}
fighter {n} (boxer) SEE: boxer ::
fight fire with fire {v} (idiomatic) :: combatre el foc amb foc
fig leaf {n} (leaf of the fig plant) :: fulla de figuera {f}
fig tree {n} (fig tree) SEE: fig ::
figuratively {adv} (in a figurative manner) :: figurativament
figure {n} (drawing) :: figura {f}
figure {n} (numeral) :: xifra {f}
figure {n} (shape) :: figura {f}
figure {v} (to come to understand) :: figurar-se
figurehead {n} (carved figure on the prow of a sailing ship) :: mascaró de proa {m}
figure of merit {n} (a numerical value considered useful in comparing the quality of things) :: figura de mèrit
figure out {v} (to calculate) SEE: calculate ::
Fijian {n} (a person from Fiji or of Fijian descent) :: fijià {m}
Fijian {adj} (of, or relating to, Fiji, its people, or its language) :: fijià
filbert {n} (shrub) SEE: hazel ::
filbert {n} (hazelnut) SEE: hazelnut ::
file {n} (collection of papers) :: arxiu {m}, fitxer {m}
file {n} (computer terminology) :: arxiu {m}
file {n} (chess: vertical line of squares) :: columna {f}
file {n} (cutting or smoothing tool) :: llima {f}
file cabinet {n} (piece of office furniture) SEE: filing cabinet ::
filial {adj} (pertaining to a son or daughter) :: filial
filial piety {n} (respect to one's parents and ancestors) :: pietat filial {f}
filibuster {n} (freebooter) :: filibuster {m}
filibuster {n} (long speech given in order to delay progress or the making of a decision) :: filibusterisme
filibuster {n} (A member of a legislative body causing such obstruction) :: filibuster
filigree {n} (a delicate and intricate ornamentation made from gold or silver twisted wire) :: filigrana {f}
filigree {n} (a design resembling such intricate ornamentation) :: filigrana {f}
filigree {v} (to decorate something with intricate ornamentation made from gold or silver twisted wire) :: filigranar
filing cabinet {n} (piece of office furniture) :: fitxer {m}
Filipino {n} (One of two national languages of the Philippines) :: filipí {m}, tagàlog {m}
Filipino {n} (Native or inhabitant of the Philippines) :: filipí {m}
Filipino {adj} (Of or pertaining to the Philippines or its people) :: filipí
fill in {v} (to substitute for somebody or something) :: reemplaçar
filling station {n} (gas station) SEE: gas station ::
filly {n} (young female horse) :: poltra {f}
film {n} (motion picture) SEE: movie ::
film {n} (thin layer) :: pel·lícula {f}
film {n} (photographic film) :: pel·lícula {f}
film {v} (to record a motion picture) :: filmar
filter {n} (device for separating impurities from a fluid or other substance) :: filtre {m}
filter {v} (to sort, sift, or isolate) :: filtrar
filth {n} (dirt) :: immundícia, porqueria {f}
filthiness {n} (dirtiness) SEE: dirtiness ::
filthy {adj} (covered with filth; very dirty) :: impur
filthy {adj} (obscene or offensive) :: obscè, groller
fin {n} (appendage of a fish) :: aleta {f}
fin {n} (appendage of a cetacean or other marine animal) :: aleta {f}
fin {n} (device used by divers) :: aleta {f}
final {n} (test or examination given at the end of a term or class) :: final {m}
final {n} (sports: last round in a contest) :: final {f}
final {n} (contest that narrows a field of contestants) :: final {f}
final {n} (final part of a syllable) :: final {f}
final {adj} (last; ultimate) :: final {m} {f}
finale {n} (grand end of something, especially a show or a piece of music) :: finale {m}
finalist {n} (participant in final) :: finalista {m} {f}
finally {adv} (ultimately) :: finalment
finance {n} (management of money and other assets) :: finances {f-p}
financial {adj} (related to finances) :: financer
financially {adv} (in terms of finance or money) :: financerament
financial market {n} (market where financial securities and commodities are bought and sold) :: mercat financer
financing {n} (funding) SEE: funding ::
finback {n} (fin whale) SEE: fin whale ::
finch {n} (any bird of the family Fringillidae) :: pinsà {m}
find {v} (encounter, locate, discover) :: trobar
find {v} (discover) SEE: discover ::
fine {n} (payment for breaking the law) :: multa {f}
fine {v} (to issue a fine as punishment) :: multar
fine arts {n} (purely aesthetic arts) :: belles arts {f-p}
fineness {n} (ratio in a precious metal) :: llei {m}
finery {n} (fineness) SEE: fineness ::
finger {n} ((anatomy) extremity of the hand) :: dit {m}
finger {n} (the breadth of a finger) SEE: digit ::
fingering {n} (playing a musical instrument) :: digitació {f}
fingering {n} (specific method) :: digitació {f}
fingering {n} (sexual act) :: inserció del dit {f}
fingernail {n} (covering near the tip of finger) :: ungla {f}
fingertip {n} (the end of the finger) :: punta dels dits
finicky {adj} (fastidious and fussy; difficult to please; exacting) :: primmirat
finish {n} (end) :: meta {f}, fita {f}, fi {f}
finish {v} (to complete) :: acabar, finir, terminar
finish {v} (to come to an end) :: finalitzar, acabar
finish off {v} (to kill) SEE: kill ::
finite {adj} (having an end or limit) :: finit
Finland {prop} (Nordic country) :: Finlàndia {f}
Finn {n} (person from Finland) :: finlandès {m}, finlandesa {f}; [Valencian] finlandés {m}, finlandesa {f}
Finnic {adj} (Finnish) SEE: Finnish ::
Finnic {adj} (pertaining to the Finnic languages) :: finès {m}; [Valencian] finés {m}
Finnish {adj} (of Finland) :: finlandès {m}; [Valencian] finlandés {m}
Finnish {adj} (of the Finnish language) :: finès; [Valencian] finés
Finnish {n} (language) :: finès {m}, finlandès {m}; [Valencian] finés {m}, finlandés {m}
Finno-Ugric {adj} (of or relating to Finno-Ugric) :: finoúgric
fin whale {n} (Balaenoptera physalus) :: rorqual comú {m}
Fiordland penguin {n} (Penguin) :: pingüí de Fiordland {m}
fir {n} (conifer of the genus Abies) :: avet
fire {v} (to heat pottery, etc.) :: coure
fire {v} (to terminate the employment of) :: acomiadar
fire {v} (transitive: to shoot) :: disparar
fire {v} (intransitive: to shoot) :: disparar
fire {v} (to set on fire) SEE: set on fire ::
fire {v} (farriery: to cauterize) SEE: cauterize ::
fire {n} (oxidation reaction) :: foc {m}
fire {n} (damaging occurrence of fire) :: incendi {m}
fire {n} (alchemy: one of the basic elements) :: foc {m}
firearm {n} (personal weapon) :: arma de foc {f}
firecracker {n} (a firework) :: petard {m}
fire engine {n} (fire truck) :: camió de bombers {m}
fire exit {n} (Emergency exit in case of fire) :: sortida d'emergència
fire extinguisher {n} (device for putting out a fire) :: extintor {m}
firefighter {n} (a person who puts out fires) :: bomber {m}, bombera {f}
firefly {n} (Lampyridae) :: lluerna {f}, cuca de llum {f}
fireman {n} (someone skilled in fighting fire) SEE: firefighter ::
fireplace {n} (open hearth) :: llar de foc {f}
fireproof {adj} (resistant to damage from fire) :: ignífug
fire truck {n} (fire truck in general) SEE: fire engine ::
firewood {n} (wood intended to be burned, typically for heat) :: llenya {f}
firework {n} (exploding device) :: for d'artifici {m}, foc d'artifici {m}
fireworks {n} (plural of firework) :: focs artificials {m-p}
firm {n} (business or company) :: firma {f}
firm {adj} (steadfast, secure (position)) :: ferm
firm {adj} (fixed (in opinions)) :: ferm
firm {adj} (solid, rigid (material state)) :: ferm
firm {v} (Australian, betting: to shorten) SEE: shorten ::
firmness {n} (state of being firm) :: fermesa {f}
first {adj} (numeral first) :: primer {m}
first {adv} (before anything else) :: primer {m}
first {n} (person or thing in the first position) :: primer {m}
first {n} (baseball: first base) SEE: first base ::
first aid {n} (basic care) :: primers auxilis {m-p}
first base {n} (baseball: base after home plate) :: primera base {f}
firstborn {n} (the first child in a family) :: primogènit {m}, primogènita {f}
firstborn {adj} (born as the first one in a family) :: primogènit {m}
first cousin {n} (cousin) SEE: cousin ::
first half {n} (period of play before half time) :: primera part {f}
firsthand {adj} (direct, without intermediate stages) :: de primera mà
first language {n} (mother tongue) SEE: mother tongue ::
first light {n} (dawn) SEE: dawn ::
firstly {adv} (In the first place) :: primerament
first person {n} (the form of a pronoun verb used when the subject of a sentence is making the statement) :: primera persona {f}
First World War {prop} (World War I) SEE: World War I ::
fiscal {adj} (related to the treasury) :: fiscal
fiscal {adj} (pertaining to finance in general) :: fiscal
fiscal year {n} (accounting period of one year) :: exercici fiscal {m}
fish {n} (vertebrate animal) :: peix {m}
fish {v} (intransitive: to try to catch fish) :: pescar
fishbone {n} (bone of a fish) :: espina {f}
fisher {n} (person who fishes) :: pescador {m}
fisher cat {n} (Martes pennanti) SEE: fisher ::
fisherman {n} (person catching fish) :: pescador {m}
fisheye lens {n} (wide-angle lens with extremely wide field of view) :: objectiu ull de peix {m}, ull de peix {m}
fishhook {n} (barbed hook for fishing) :: ham {m}
fishing {n} (act or sport of catching fish) :: pesca {f}
fishing {n} (business of catching fish) :: pesca {f}
fishing hook {n} (fishhook) SEE: fishhook ::
fishing rod {n} (rod used for angling) :: canya de pescar {f}
fishmonger {n} (person who sells fish) :: peixater
fishmonger {n} (fishmonger's) SEE: fishmonger's ::
fishmonger's {n} (shop that sells fish) :: peixateria
fishy {adj} (suspicious; inspiring doubt) :: sospitós
fissiped {adj} (having the toes separated from each other) :: fissípede
fissiped {n} (animal that has the toes separated) :: fissípede {m}
fissure {n} (a crack or opening, as in a rock) :: fissura {f}
fist {n} (clenched hand) :: puny {m}
fist {v} (to strike with the fist) :: apunyalar
fistful {n} (fistful) :: punyat {m}
fistula {n} :: fístula {f}
fit {adj} (suitable, proper) :: adequat
fit {adj} (adapted to a purpose or environment) :: apte
fit {v} (adjust) SEE: adjust ::
fit {v} (make ready) SEE: prepare ::
five {num} (five ) :: cinc
five {n} (digit) :: cinc {m}
five {n} (five o'clock) :: cinc {f}
five hundred {num} (cardinal number 500) :: cinc-cents
five o'clock {n} (the start of the sixth hour) :: les cinc {f}
fix {v} (to mend or repair) :: arreglar
fix {v} :: arreglar
fixation {n} (state of mind involving obsession) :: fixació {f}
fixed {adj} (not changing, not able to be changed, staying the same) :: fix
fixed {adj} (stationary) SEE: stationary ::
fixer {n} (chemical used in photographic development) :: fixador {m}
fizz {n} (carbonated beverage) SEE: soda ::
fizzy drink {n} (fizzy drink) SEE: soda ::
fjord {n} (long, deep inlet) :: fiord {m}
flag {n} (piece of cloth or often its representation) :: bandera {f}
flag {n} :: bandera {f}
flagellum {n} (whip) SEE: whip ::
flageolet {n} (type of small flute) :: flageolet
flagpole {n} (pole for flags) :: asta {f}
flagstaff {n} (flagpole) SEE: flagpole ::
flagstone {n} (rectangular paving or roofing stone) :: llosa {f}
flail {n} (tool) :: flagell {m}
flake {n} (archaeology: thin stone tool) :: ascla {f}
flamboyant {adj} (showy, bold or audacious in behaviour, appearance, etc.) :: flamant
flame {n} (visible part of fire) :: flama {f}
flamenco {n} (a genre of folk music and dance native to Andalusia, Spain) :: flamenc {m}
flamenco {n} (a song or a dance in such a style) :: flamenc {m}
flamethrower {n} (device that projects a flame) :: llançaflames {m}
flamingo {n} (bird) :: flamenc {m}
flammable {adj} (capable of burning) :: inflamable
flammable {adj} (easily set on fire) :: inflamable
Flanders {prop} (subnational state in the north of federal Belgium) :: Flandes {m}
Flanders {prop} (historical county) :: Flandes {m}
Flanders {prop} (former province and region of northern France) :: Flandes francès {m}
flange {n} (slang:vulva) SEE: vulva ::
flannel {n} (soft cloth material) :: franel·la {f}
flapjack {n} (pancake) SEE: pancake ::
flash drive {n} (storage device) :: llapis de memòria {m}
flashlight {n} (battery-powered hand-held lightsource) :: llanterna {f}
flask {n} (laboratory glassware) :: matràs {m}
flat {n} (palm of the hand) SEE: palm ::
flat {adj} (having no variations in altitude) :: pla
flat {adj} (of a body part having no projection) :: xato {m}
flat {n} (music: note played a semitone lower than a natural) :: bemoll
flat {n} (flat tyre/tire) :: punxada, avaria
flat {n} (apartment) SEE: apartment ::
flatbed truck {n} (tow truck) SEE: tow truck ::
flatten {v} (to make something flat) :: planejar
flattered {adj} (in a positive mood because of a comment or action which causes one to feel proud of oneself) :: lloat {m}
flattering {adj} (attractive or good-looking; that makes one look good) :: afalagador
flattery {n} (excessive praise) :: adulació {f}
flatulent {adj} (affected by gas in the intestine) :: flatulent
flat water {n} (still water) SEE: still water ::
flaunt {v} (to display with ostentation) :: ostentar
flautist {n} (flute player) :: flautista {m} {f}
flavour {n} (the quality produced by the sensation of taste) :: gust {m}, sabor {m}
flawless {adj} (perfect; without flaws, shortcomings or defects) :: perfecte
flawlessly {adv} (in a flawless manner) :: perfectament
flax {n} (plant) :: lli {m}
flax {n} (the fibers) :: lli {m}
flea {n} (parasitic insect) :: puça {f}
fleck {n} (lock) SEE: lock ::
fleck {n} (flake) SEE: flake ::
flee {v} (to run away; to escape) :: fugir
flee {v} (to escape from) :: fugir
flee {v} (to disappear quickly) :: esvair-se
fleece {n} (hair or wool of a sheep) :: velló {m}, vell {m}
fleece {n} (insulating skin with the wool attached) :: velló {m}, vell {m}
fleece {n} (textile) :: pelfa {f}
fleet {n} (group of vessels or vehicles) :: flota {f}, estol {m} [poetic]
Flemish {adj} (of or relating to Flanders) :: flamenc
Flemish {adj} (of or relating to the Flemish variety of the Dutch language) :: flamenc
Flemish {prop} (the Dutch language as it is spoken in Flanders) :: flamenc {m}
Flemish bond {n} (arrangement of bricks) :: aparell holandès {m}
Flemish Brabant {prop} (province) :: Brabant Flamenc {m}
flerovium {n} (chemical element) :: flerovi {m}
flesh {n} (body tissue) :: carn {f}
flesh {n} (animal tissue as food) :: carn {f}
flesh {n} (colour) :: carn {f}
fleshy {adj} (of, relating to, or resembling flesh) :: carnós, polpós
fleur-de-lis {n} (heraldic charge) :: flor de lis {f}
Flevoland {prop} (province of the Netherlands) :: Flevoland
flexibility {n} (quality of being flexible) :: flexibilitat {f}
flexible {adj} (easily bent without breaking) :: flexible
flexible {adj} (easy and compliant) :: flexible
flexible {adj} (capable or being adapted or molded) :: flexible
flick {n} (film) SEE: film ::
flick {n} (cinema) SEE: cinema ::
flight {n} (act of flying) :: vol {m}
flight {n} (act of fleeing) :: fuga {f}, fugida {f}
flight attendant {n} (member of the crew of an airplane who is responsible for the comfort and safety of its passengers) :: hostessa {f}, cambrer d'avions {m}
flight deck {n} (aircraft cockpit) SEE: cockpit ::
flint {n} (hard fine-grained quartz which generates sparks when struck) :: sílex
flint {n} (piece of flint, such as gunflint used to produce a spark) :: pedrenyal {m}, pedrenyera {f}, pedra foguera {f}
flip-flop {n} (footwear) SEE: thong ::
flip-flops {n} (thong) SEE: thong ::
flipper {n} (kitchen spatula) SEE: spatula ::
flirt {v} (to play at courtship) :: flirtar, flirtejar
flirtatious {adj} (having a tendency to flirt often) :: coqueto
flittermouse {n} (bat) SEE: bat ::
float {v} (to be supported by a liquid) :: flotar
float {n} (trailer or vehicle decorated for a parade) :: carrossa {f}
flobber {n} (pouting) SEE: pouting ::
flock {n} (group of birds) :: bandada {f}
flock {n} (group of sheep or goats) :: ramat {m}
flock {n} (group of people) :: estol {m}
flock {n} (tufts of wool or cotton) :: borralló {m}, borrall {m}
flock {v} (to coat) :: aborrallonar-se
floe {n} (a low, flat mass of floating ice) :: banquisa {f}
flog {v} (to sell) SEE: sell ::
flog {v} (to defeat) SEE: defeat ::
flog {v} (to whip or scourge someone or something as punishment) :: assotar, flagel·lar
flog {v} (to steal) SEE: steal ::
flood {n} (overflow of water) :: inundació {f}, aiguat
floor {n} (bottom part of a room) :: sòl {m}, terra {m}
floor {n} (storey of a building) SEE: storey ::
floppy disk {n} (flexible disk used for storing digital data) :: disquet {m}, disc flexible {m}
floral {adj} (of or pertaining to flowers) :: floral
Floréal {prop} ( the eighth month of French Republican Calendar) :: floreal {m}
Florence {prop} (city in Tuscany, Italy) :: Florència {f}
Florentine {adj} (of or relating to the Italian city of Florence) :: florentí
Florentine {n} (a native or resident of the Italian city of Florence) :: florentí {m}, florentina {f}
Florida {prop} (US state) :: Florida {f}
florin {n} (guilder) SEE: guilder ::
florist {n} (a person who sells flowers) :: florista {m} {f}
flotation {n} (a state of floating) :: flotació {f}
flotation {n} (process of separating minerals) :: flotació {f}
flotilla {n} (small fleet) :: flotilla {f}
flounce {v} (to make spastic motions) SEE: flounder ::
flounder {n} (Platichthys flesus) :: plana {f}
flour {n} (ground cereal grains) :: farina {f}
flour {v} (to apply flour to something) :: enfarinar
floury {adj} (resembling flour) :: farinós {m}, farinosa {f}
flow {v} (to flow) SEE: run ::
flow {n} (the movement of a fluid) :: flux {m}
flow {n} (the rising movement of the tide) :: flux {m}
flow {n} (rate of fluid movement) :: cabal {m}
flow {v} (to move as a fluid) :: fluir
flow {v} (to flow) SEE: stream ::
flower {n} (reproductive structure in angiosperms) :: flor {f}
flower {v} (to put forth blooms) :: florir
flower girl {n} (florist) SEE: florist ::
flowerpot {n} (a container in which plants are grown) :: test {m}
fluctuate {v} (to vary irregularly; to swing) :: fluctuar
fluctuate {v} (to undulate) :: fluctuar
fluency {n} (linguistics: being fluent in a language) :: fluïdesa {f}
fluently {adv} (expressing oneself easily) :: fluidament
flugelhorn {n} (brass instrument) :: fiscorn {m}
fluid {n} (any state of matter which can flow) :: fluid {m}
fluke {n} (stroke of luck) :: xamba {f}
flukey {adj} (lucky) SEE: lucky ::
flummoxed {adj} (totally confused or puzzled) :: perplex
fluorine {n} (chemical element) :: fluor
fluoroscopy {n} (examination using a fluoroscope) :: fluoroscòpia {f}
flush {adj} (smooth, even, aligned; not sticking out) :: enrasat
flush toilet {n} (toilet that uses water to remove waste) :: escusat {m}, lavabo {m}, vàter {m}
flute {n} (woodwind instrument) :: flauta {f}
fluted {adj} (drunk) SEE: drunk ::
flutist {n} (flute player) SEE: flautist ::
flutter {v} (to flap or wave quickly) :: onejar
fly {n} (insect of the order Diptera) :: mosca {f}
fly {n} (insect of the family Muscidae) :: mosca {f}
fly {v} (to travel through air) :: volar
fly {v} (to flee) :: fugir
fly {v} (to cause to travel through the air) :: pilotar
fly {v} (to display a flag from a flagpole) :: onejar
fly {n} (fly ball) SEE: fly ball ::
fly ball {n} ((baseball) a batted ball) :: batada de vol {f}
fly-half {n} (rugby position) :: mig d'obertura {m} {f}
flying {n} (flying (noun)) SEE: flight ::
flying {adj} (that can fly) :: volador {m}, voladora {f}
flying buttress {n} (buttress that stands apart from the structure that it supports) :: arcbotant {m}
Flying Dutchman {prop} (mythical ghost ship) :: Holandès Errant {m}, Holandès Volador {m}
flying fish {n} (tropical marine fish) :: peix volador {m}
flying saucer {n} (disc-shaped unidentified flying object) :: platet volador {m}
flywheel {n} (a rotating mass used to maintain the speed of a machine within certain limits while the machine receives or releases energy at a varying rate) :: volant d'inèrcia {m}
foal {n} (young horse) :: pollí, poltre {m}, {f}
foam {n} (substance composed of a large collection of bubbles or their solidified remains) :: escuma {f}
foam rubber {n} (foam rubber) SEE: foam ::
focal {adj} (belonging to or concerning a focus) :: focal
focus {n} (in optics) :: focus {m}
focus {n} (in mathematics) :: focus {m}
focus {n} (concentration of attention) :: focus {m}
focus {v} (cause (rays of light, etc) to converge at a single point) :: enfocar
focus {v} (to adjust (a lens, an optical instrument)) :: enfocar
focus {v} (transitive: to concentrate one's attention) :: enfocar
fodder {n} (food for animals) :: farratge {f}, pinso {m}
foe {n} (enemy) SEE: enemy ::
fog {n} (cloud that forms at a low altitude and obscures vision) :: boira {f}
fog {n} (Scottish: moss) SEE: moss ::
foggy {adj} (obscured by mist or fog) :: enboirat {m}
foil {n} (thin sheet of metal) :: full {m}
foil {n} (thin aluminium/aluminum or tin used for wrapping food) :: paper d'alumini {m}
foil {n} (type of sword used in fencing) :: floret {m}
fold {v} (bend (thin material) over) :: doblegar, plegar
fold {n} (act of folding) :: plegament {m}
fold {n} (bend or crease) :: plec {m}, séc {m}
foldable {adj} (that can be folded) :: plegable
folding {adj} (made to fold) :: plegador, plegable
folding {n} (action of folding) :: plegatge {m}
foliage {n} (the leaves of plants) :: fullatge {m}
folic acid {n} (vitamin B9, a polycyclic heterocyclic carboxylic acid) :: àcid fòlic {m}
folk etymology {n} (false etymology) :: etimologia popular {f}
folklore {n} (tales, legends and superstitions of a particular ethnic population) :: folklore {m}
folkloric {adj} (of or pertaining to folklore) :: folklòric
folklorist {n} (a person who studies or collects folklore) :: folklorista {m} {f}
follicle {n} (anatomy) :: fol·licle {m}
follicle {n} (botany) :: fol·licle {m}
follow {v} (to go or come after in physical space) :: seguir
follow {v} (to go or come after in a sequence) :: seguir
follow {v} (to carry out in accordance to) :: seguir
follow {v} (to live one’s life according to) :: seguir
follow {v} (to understand) :: seguir
follow {v} (to be a logical consequence of) :: seguir
following {adj} (next in sequence or time) :: següent
following {adj} (to be specified) :: següent
Fomalhaut {prop} (star) :: Fomalhaut
fond {v} (be fond of, like) SEE: like ::
fondle {v} (to fondle) :: acaronar, acariciar
font {n} (typesetting: a grouping of consistently-designed glyphs) :: fosa {f}
fontanelle {n} (soft spot on a baby's head) :: fontanel·la {f}
food {n} (any substance consumed by living organisms to sustain life) :: menjar {m}, aliment {m}
food chain {n} (feeding relationship between species) :: cadena tròfica {f}
foodstuff {n} (material that may be used as food) :: aliment {m}
food web {n} (diagram showing the organisms that eat other organisms in a particular ecosystem) :: xarxa tròfica {f}
fool {n} (person with poor judgement or little intelligence) :: beneit {m}, idiota
fool {n} (tarot card) :: boig
fool {v} (to trick; to make a fool of someone) :: enganar
foolish {adj} (lacking good sense or judgement; unwise) :: ximple
fool's mate {n} (quickest possible checkmate) :: mat del boig {m}
foosball {n} (table soccer) :: futbolí {m}
foot {n} (part of animal’s body ) :: pota {m}
foot {n} (part of human body ) :: peu {m}
foot {n} (bottom of anything ) :: peu {m}
foot {n} (unit of measure ) :: peu {m}
foot {n} (metrical foot) SEE: metrical foot ::
foot-and-mouth disease {n} (foot-and-mouth disease) :: febre aftosa {f}
football {n} (Association football) :: futbol {m}
football {n} (ball) :: pilota de futbol {m}, pilota {m}
football {n} (US game) SEE: American football ::
footballer {n} (one who plays football) :: futbolista {m} {f}
football player {n} (footballer) SEE: footballer ::
foot fault {n} (type of fault in sports) :: falta de peu {f}
footpath {n} (path for pedestrians) :: senda {f}, sendera {f}, sender {m}, viarany {m}
footprint {n} (The impression of the foot) :: petjada {f}
footstool {n} (a low stool) :: reposapeus {m}, escambell {m}
foppery {n} (stupidity) SEE: stupidity ::
for {conj} (because) :: per
for {prep} (towards) :: per, per a
for {prep} (directed at, intended to belong to) :: per, per a
for {prep} (supporting) :: per
forage {n} (fodder for animals) :: farratge {m}
foray {n} (incursion) :: incursió {f}
foray {v} (To pillage; to ravage) :: pillar
forbid {v} (to disallow) :: denegar
forbidden {adj} (not allowed) :: prohibit {m}
forbidden fruit {n} (the fruit forbidden to Adam) :: fruita prohibida
force {n} (anything that is able to make a big change in person or thing) :: força {f}
force {n} (physical quantity) :: força {f}
force {n} (waterfall) SEE: waterfall ::
forced {adj} (obtained forcefully) :: forçat
forcibly {adv} (in a forcible manner) :: forçadament
ford {n} (crossing) :: gual {m}
forearm {n} (part of the arm) :: avantbraç {m}
forecast {n} (estimation) :: calendari {m}
forecast {n} (weather prediction) :: calendari {m}
forecastle {n} (nautical: raised part of the upper deck at bow) :: castell de proa {m}
forefinger {n} (first finger next to the thumb) :: índex {m}
forefront {n} (forefront) :: avantguarda {f}
foregone {adj} (inevitable, predictable) :: inevitable
forehand {n} (stroke in racket sports) :: cop de dreta {m}
forehead {n} (part of face above eyebrows) :: front {m}
foreign {n} (foreigner) SEE: foreigner ::
foreign {adj} (located outside one's own country or place) :: estrany {m}, estranya {f}
foreign {adj} (originating from or characteristic of a different country) :: foraster {m}, forastera {f}, estranger {m}, estrangera {f}
foreign {adj} (belonging to a different organization) :: foraster
foreign country {n} (country of which one is not a citizen) :: estranger
foreign currency {n} (currency used in a foreign country) :: divisa {f}
foreigner {n} (person in a foreign land) :: foraster {m}, forastera {f}; estranger {m}, estrangera {f}
foreign exchange {n} (foreign currency) SEE: foreign currency ::
foreign language {n} (any language other than that spoken by the people of a specific place) :: llengua estrangera {f}
foreland {n} (zone where eroded material is deposited) :: avantpaís
foremast {n} (foremost mast) :: trinquet {m}
forename {n} (a name that precedes surname) :: prenom {m}, nom {m}
forenoon {n} (morning) SEE: morning ::
forensic {adj} (relating to the use of science and technology in the investigation and establishment of facts or evidence in a court of law) :: forense
foresee {v} (to anticipate) :: preveure, pronosticar
foreseeable {adj} (able to be foreseen or anticipated) :: previsible
foreskin {n} (prepuce / foreskin) :: prepuci {m}
forest {n} (dense collection of trees) :: bosc {m}, forest {f}, selva
forested {adj} (covered in forest) :: boscós
for ever {adv} (forever) SEE: forever ::
forever {adv} (for all time, for all eternity; for an infinite amount of time) :: per sempre, [Balearic] per a sempre
forewarned is forearmed {proverb} (proverb) :: home previngut val per dos
for example {prep} (as an example) :: per exemple, com ara
for free {prep} (without paying) :: de franc
forge {n} (furnace or hearth) :: farga {f}, forja {f}
forge {n} (workshop) :: farga {f}
forge {v} (to shape a metal) :: forjar
forgery {n} (invention) SEE: invention ::
forget {v} (to lose remembrance of) :: oblidar
forget {v} (to unintentionally not do) :: descuidar-se, oblidar-se
forget {v} (to cease remembering) :: oblidar-se
forgetful {adj} (liable to forget) :: oblidadís, oblidós
forgettable {adj} (easily forgotten) :: oblidable
forgive {v} (transitive, to pardon) :: perdonar
for God's sake {interj} (Exclamation of anger, surprise, or impatience) :: per l'amor de Déu
for good {prep} (Forever; permanently) :: d'una vegada per totes
for instance {adv} (as an example) SEE: for example ::
fork {n} (pronged tool) :: forca {f}
fork {n} (eating utensil) :: forquilla {f}
fork {n} (intersection) :: bifurcació {f}
fork {v} (to divide into two or more branches) :: bifurcar-se
fork {v} (computer science: to spawn a new child process) :: bifurcar
fork {n} (tuning fork) SEE: tuning fork ::
fork {n} (UK: crotch) SEE: crotch ::
fork {n} (gallows) SEE: gallows ::
forkful {n} (amount a fork will hold) :: forquetada {f}
forlorn {adj} (unlikely to succeed) :: desesperat
form {n} (shape or visible structure) :: forma {f}
form {n} (document to be filled in) :: formulari {m}
form {v} (to give shape) :: formar
formal {adj} (being in accord with established forms) :: formal
formal {adj} (relating to the form or structure of something) :: formal
formal {adj} (ceremonial) :: solemne, convencional
formally {adv} (in a formal manner) :: formalment
formally {adv} (in accordance with official procedure) :: formalment
formally {adv} (in accordance with rigorous rules) :: formalment
format {n} (layout of a document) :: format
format {n} (form of presentation) :: format
format {n} (computing: file type) :: format
format {v} (create or edit the layout of a document) :: formatar
format {v} (computing: prepare a mass storage medium for initial use) :: formatar
Formentera {prop} (island) :: Formentera {f}
former {adj} (previous) :: previ
former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia {prop} (provisional designation of the Republic of Macedonia, see also: Republic of Macedonia; Macedonia) :: Exrepública Iugoslava de Macedònia
Formosa {prop} (Taiwan) SEE: Taiwan ::
formula {n} (in mathematics) :: fórmula {f}
formula {n} (in chemistry) :: fórmula {f}
for now {prep} (at the moment; until later) :: per ara
forsake {v} (to abandon) :: abandonar
for sure {prep} (definitely) :: amb tota seguretat
fort {n} (fortified defensive structure stationed with troops) :: fort {m}
forth {adv} (forward in time, place or degree) :: envant
for the moment {adv} (at the moment) SEE: for the time being ::
for the time being {adv} (temporarily; until later) :: de moment
fortieth {adj} (ordinal form of forty) :: quarantè, quadragèsim
fortieth {n} (one of forty equal parts) :: quarantè {m}
fortnight {adv} (period of two weeks) :: quinzena {f}
fortnightly {adj} (occurring once in a fortnight) :: quinzenal
fortnightly {adv} (once in a fortnight) :: quinzenalment
fortress {n} (fortified place) :: fortalesa {f}
fortunately {adv} (in a fortunate manner) :: afortunadament
fortunately {adv} (it is fortunate that) :: feliçment
fortune {n} (destiny) :: fortuna {f}, destí {m}
fortune cookie {n} (snack) :: galeta de la fortuna
forty {num} (the cardinal number occurring after thirty-nine) :: quaranta
forty-eight {num} (48) :: quaranta-vuit; [Valencian] quaranta-huit
forty-five {num} (45) :: quaranta-cinc
forty-four {num} (44) :: quaranta-quatre
forty-nine {num} (49) :: quaranta-nou
forty-one {num} (41) :: quaranta-un
forty-seven {num} (47) :: quaranta-set
forty-seventh {num} (47th) :: quaranta-setè
forty-seventh {n} (1/47) :: quaranta-setè
forty-six {num} (46) :: quaranta-sis
forty-three {num} (43) :: quaranta-tres
forty-two {num} (Cardinal number) :: quaranta-dos
forum {n} (place for discussion) :: fòrum {m}
forum {n} (gathering for the purpose of discussion) :: fòrum {m}
forum {n} (form of discussion) :: fòrum {m}
forum {n} (Internet message board) :: fòrum
forward {n} (player nearest to the opposing soccer team) :: atacant {m}, davanter {m}
forward {n} (centre or winger in ice hockey) :: ala {m} {f}
forward {n} (small forward or power forward position) :: aler {m}
fossil {n} (The mineralized remains of an animal or plant) :: fòssil {m}
fossilization {n} (the process of conversion into a fossil) :: fossilització {f}
fossilization {n} (the process of becoming fixed) :: fossilització {f}
foster {v} (to nurture or bring up offspring; or to provide similar parental care to an unrelated child) :: criar
foster {v} (to cultivate and grow something) :: cultivar
foster {v} :: promoure
foster care {n} (system by which a child is cared for) :: acolliment familiar {m}
foul {n} (offence in sports) :: falta
foul line {n} (basketball) :: línia de tirs lliures {f}
foul line {n} (baseball) :: línia de fora {f}
foul line {n} (bowling) :: línia de falta {f}
found {v} (to begin building) :: fundar
found {v} (to start organization) :: fundar
found {v} (melt) SEE: melt ::
foundation {n} (act of founding) :: fundació {f}
foundation {n} (that upon which anything is founded) :: fundació {f}
foundation {n} (lowest and supporting part or member of a wall) :: fonaments
foundation {n} (endowed institution or charity) :: fundació {f}
founder {n} (one who founds, establishes, and erects; one who lays a foundation; an author) :: fundador {m}
founder {n} (worker in charge of the blast furnace and smelting) :: fonedor {m}
foundry {n} (facility that melts metals) :: foneria {f}
fountain {n} (spring) SEE: spring ::
fountain {n} (artificial water feature) :: font
fountain pen {n} (pen containing a reservoir of ink) :: ploma estilogràfica
four {num} (the cardinal number 4) :: quatre
four {num} (set or group with four components) :: qüern {f}
four {n} (the digit or figure 4) :: quatre {m}
four by two {n} (Jew) SEE: Jew ::
fourfold {v} (increase to four times as much) :: quadruplicar
four hundred {num} (cardinal number 400) :: quatre-cents
four o'clock {n} (the start of the fifth hour) :: les quatre {f}
four of a kind {n} (four cards of the same rank) :: pòquer {m}
fourscore {num} (4×20) :: vuitanta
fourteen {num} (cardinal number) :: catorze
fourteenth {adj} (ordinal form of the number fourteen) :: catorzè
fourth {n} (quarter) SEE: quarter ::
fourth {adj} (ordinal form of the number four) :: quart (abbreviation 4t)
fourth official {n} (soccer official) :: quart àrbitre {m}
Fourth World {prop} :: Quart Món {m}
four-wheel drive {n} (vehicle) :: tot terreny {m}
fowl {n} (bird) SEE: bird ::
fox {n} (Vulpes) :: guineu {f}, guilla {f}, rabosa {f}
foxglove {n} (plant of the genus Digitalis) :: didalera {f}
Fårö {prop} (the island) :: Fårö
fractal {n} (self-similar geometric figure) :: fractal {m}
fractal {n} (figure irregular at all scales) :: fractal {m}
fractal {adj} (having the form of a fractal) :: fractal
fraction {n} (part of a whole) :: fracció, {f}
fraction {n} (arithmetic: ratio) :: fracció, {f}
fracture {n} (act of breaking, or something broken) :: fractura {f}
fracture {v} (break) :: fracturar
fragile {adj} (easily broken or destroyed) :: fràgil
fragilely {adv} (in a fragile manner) :: fràgilment
fragility {n} (condition or quality of being fragile) :: fragilitat {f}
fragment {n} (portion or segment of an object) :: fragment {m}
fragment {v} (to break apart) :: fragmentar
fragment {v} (to cause to be broken into pieces) :: fragmentar
fragmentary {adj} (consisting of fragments) :: fragmentari
fragmentary {adj} ((geology)) :: fragmentari
fragrance {n} (pleasant smell or odour) :: perfum {m}
fragrant {adj} (sweet-smelling) :: fragant
frame {v} (add a decorative border to a picture) :: emmarcar
frame {v} (establish a context in words) :: enquadrar, emmarcar, contextualitzar
frame {n} (structural elements of a building or other constructed object) :: estructura {f}
frame {n} (structure of a person's body) :: constitució
frame {n} (rigid, generally rectangular mounting) :: marc
frame {n} (piece of photographic film containing an image) :: marc
framework {n} (a basic conceptual structure) :: infraestructura {f}
franc {n} (former currency of France and Belgium) :: franc {m}
franc {n} (any of several units of currency) :: franc
France {prop} (country) :: França {f}
Frances {prop} (feminine form of Francis) :: Francesca
Francis {prop} (male given name) :: Francesc, [used only as equivalent to French François] Francés
Franciscan {n} (a monk or nun belonging to the religious order founded by St Francis of Assisi) :: franciscà {m}
Franciscan {adj} (relating to St Francis or to the Franciscans) :: franciscà
francium {n} (chemical element) :: franci {m}
Francoism {prop} (the dictatorship of Francisco Franco in Spain) :: franquisme {m}
Francoist {adj} :: franquista {m} {f}
Francoist {n} :: franquista {m} {f}
francolin {n} (partridge) :: francolí {m}
Franconia {prop} (region of Germany) :: Francònia {f}
Francophone {adj} (French-speaking) :: francòfon
Francophone {n} (speaker of French) :: francòfon {m}
Franco-Provençal {prop} (a Romance language) :: francoprovençal
frangible {adj} (able to be broken) :: frangible
frank {adj} (bluntly honest) :: franc
Frank {n} (one of the Franks) :: franc {m}
frankenword {n} (portmanteau word) SEE: portmanteau word ::
Frankish {adj} (of or pertaining to the Franks) :: franc
franklinite {n} (mineral) :: franklinita {f}
Franquist {adj} (pertaining to Francisco Franco) :: franquista
Franquist {n} (supporter of Francisco Franco) :: franquista {m} {f}
frantically {adv} (in a frantic manner) :: frenèticament
Fraser Island {prop} (island) :: illa Fraser {f}
Frasnian {prop} :: Frasnià
fraternal {adj} (of brothers) :: fratern
fraternization {n} (act of fraternizing) :: confraternització {f}
fraternize {v} (to associate with others in a brotherly manner) :: fraternitzar
fraud {n} (an act of deception) :: frau {m}
fraud {v} (defraud) SEE: defraud ::
fraudulence {n} (condition of being fraudulent) :: fraudulència {f}
fraudulent {adj} (dishonest; based on fraud or deception) :: fraudulent
fraudulent {adj} (false; phony) :: fraudulent
fraudulently {adv} (in a fraudulent manner) :: fraudulentament
fraxinella {n} (Dictamnus albus) SEE: gas plant ::
fray {v} (to unravel) :: desfilar-se, esfilagarsar
fray {v} (to bear the expense of) :: costejar
freak out {v} (react with anger or fear) :: ratllar-se
freckle {n} (small pigmentation spot on the skin) :: piga {f}
freckled {adj} (having freckles) :: pigat
Frederick {prop} (male given name) :: Frederic
free {adj} (not imprisoned) :: lliure
free {adj} (unconstrained) :: lliure
free {adj} (unobstructed) :: lliure
free {adj} (not in use) :: desocupat
free {adj} (without obligations) :: lliure
free {adj} (software: with very few limitations on distribution or improvement) :: lliure
free {v} (make free) :: alliberar
free {adj} (obtainable without payment) SEE: free of charge ::
freedom {n} (not being imprisoned or enslaved) :: llibertat {f}
freedom {n} (The lack of a specific constraint) :: llibertat {f}
freedom fries {n} (french fries) SEE: french fries ::
freedom of speech {n} (right to speak without fear of harm) SEE: free speech ::
free kick {n} (kick played without interference of opposition) :: xut franc {m}, xut lliure {m}
freelance {adj} (Of, or relating to a freelance) :: freelance
freeloader {n} (one who does not contribute or pay appropriately) :: paràsit {m}, gorrer {m}
freely {adv} (in a free manner) :: lliurement
free market {n} (type of market) :: mercat lliure {m}
free of charge {adv} (without any payment - adverb) SEE: for free ::
free of charge {adj} (not requiring any payment - adjective) :: gratuït, gratis
free software {n} (software that can be freely copied and modified) :: programari lliure {m}
free speech {n} (right to express an opinion in public) :: llibertat d'expressió {f}
free throw {n} (basketball) :: tir lliure {m}
free-throw line {n} (basketball) :: línia de tirs lliures {f}
free time {n} (time that can be spent on one's own activities rather than work) :: oci {m}, temps lliure {m}
free will {n} (ability to choose one's actions) :: lliure albir {m}, franc arbitri {m}
freezable {adj} (capable of being frozen) :: congelable
freeze {v} (to become solid due to low temperature) :: gelar, glaçar, congelar
freeze {v} (to lower something's temperature to freezing point) :: congelar
freeze {n} (period of cold) :: glaçada {f}, gelada {f}
freighter {n} (vessel used to carry freight) SEE: cargo ship ::
French {n} (Romance language spoken in France) :: francès {m}; [Valencian] francés {m}
French {n} (people of France, collectively) :: els francesos {m-p}
French {adj} (of or relating to France) :: francès
French {adj} (of or relating to the French people) :: francès
French {adj} (of or relating to the French language) :: francès
French bread {n} (a long thin loaf of bread) SEE: baguette ::
french fries {n} (deep fried strips of potato) :: patates fregides {f}, creïlles fregides {f}
French horn {n} (musical instrument) :: trompa {f}
Frenchify {v} :: afrancesar
French letter {n} (condom) SEE: condom ::
Frenchman {n} (man of French birth or nationality) :: francès {m}; [Valencian] francés {m}
French Polynesia {prop} (Overseas territory of France) :: Polinèsia Francesa {f}
French-Provençal {prop} (Franco-Provençal) SEE: Franco-Provençal ::
French Republic {prop} (country) :: República Francesa {f}
French Republican Calendar {prop} (calendar used for twelve years in revolutionary France) :: calendari republicà francès {m}, calendari revolucionari francès {m}
French stick {n} (a long thin loaf of bread) SEE: baguette ::
French toast {n} (food prepared by dipping bread into egg batter and frying) :: rostes de Santa Teresa {m-p}
Frenchwoman {n} (a French woman) :: francesa {f}
frenetic {adj} (fast, frantic, harried, or frenzied) :: frenètic
frenulum {n} (anatomy: small fold of tissue preventing an organ in the body from moving too far) :: fre {m}
frenzy {n} (state of wild activity or panic) :: frenesí
frequency {n} (rate of occurrence of anything) :: freqüència {f}
frequency {n} (property of occurring often rather than infrequently) :: freqüència {f}
frequency {n} (number of occurrences divided by time) :: freqüència {f}
frequency modulation {n} (use of a modulating wave) :: modulació de freqüència {f}, freqüència modulada {f}
frequent {v} (to visit often) :: freqüentar
frequently {adv} (at frequent intervals) :: freqüentment
frequently asked questions {n} (online document) :: preguntes més freqüents
fresco {n} (technique) :: fresc {m}
fresco {n} (painting made using this technique) :: fresc {m}
fresh {adj} (new or clean) :: fresc
fresh {adj} (of produce, not from storage) :: fresc {m}, fresca {f}
fresh {adj} (refreshing or cool) :: fresc {m}, fresca {f}
fresh {adj} (rude or inappropriate) :: fresc {m}, fresca {f} [less used]
freshly {adv} (recently) :: recentment, de fresc
freshly {adv} (rude manner) :: frescament
freshness {n} (freshness) :: frescor {f}
fresh water {n} (water with little salt) :: aigua dolça {f}
freshwater {n} (fresh water) SEE: fresh water ::
fret {v} (to bind, tie) SEE: bind ::
Freudian {adj} (relating to or influenced by Sigmund Freud) :: freudià
Freudian slip {n} (subconscious mistake in speech or action) :: acte fallit {m}
Fri {n} (abbreviation of Friday) :: dv.
friar {n} (member of certain Christian orders) :: frare {m}
friction {n} (The rubbing of one object or surface against another) :: fricció {f}
friction {n} (A force that resists the relative motion or tendency to such motion of two bodies in contact) :: fricció {f}
Friday {n} (day of the week) :: divendres {m}
fridge {n} (refrigerator) SEE: refrigerator ::
fried {adj} (cooked by frying) :: fregit
friend {n} (person whose company one enjoys) :: amic {m}, amiga {f}
friend {n} (person with whom you are acquainted) :: conegut {m}, coneguda {f}
friendlily {adv} (friendly) SEE: friendly ::
friendly {adj} (approachable, warm) :: amistós
friendly {adj} (characteristic of friendliness) :: amistós
friendly {adj} (without hostility) :: amistós
friendly {adv} (in a friendly manner) :: amistosament
friendly {n} (sports: game) SEE: exhibition game ::
friendly match {n} (exhibition game) SEE: exhibition game ::
friendship {n} ((uncountable) condition of being friends) :: amistat {f}
friend with benefits {n} (friend with whom one has a casual sexual relationship) :: amic amb drets {m}, amiga amb drets {f}
Friesland {prop} (province of the Netherlands) :: Frísia {f}
frieze {n} (sculptured or richly ornamented band) :: fris {m}
frigate {n} (An obsolete type of sailing warship) :: fragata {f}
frigate {n} (A 19th c. type of warship) :: fragata {f}
frigate {n} (A modern type of warship) :: fragata {f}
frighten {v} (to disturb with fear) :: espantar, espaventar, esporuguir, esgarrifar
frightened {adj} (afraid, suffering from fear) :: atemorit
frighteningly {adv} (in a frightening manner) :: espantosament
frigid {adj} (very cold) :: frígid
frigid {adj} (sexually unresponsive, especially of a woman) :: frígid, fred
Frimaire {prop} (the third month of the French Republican Calendar) :: frimari {m}
fringe {n} (decorative border) :: orla {f}
fringe {n} (peripheral part) :: perifèria {f}
fringe {n} (members of a social group holding unorthodox views) :: radical
fringe {n} (the periphery of a city) :: perifèria {f}
fringe {n} (part of the hair) :: serrell, pelussa (Mallorca)
fringe {adj} (outside the mainstream) :: marginal
Frisian {prop} (the Frisian language group) :: frisó {m}
Frisian {n} (person from the Dutch province of Friesland) :: frisó {m}, frisona {f}
Frisian {adj} :: frisó
Frisian {prop} (the West Frisian language) SEE: West Frisian ::
Friuli {prop} (region of Italy) :: Friül {m}
Friulian {n} (native, inhabitant or a resident of Friuli) :: friülà {m}, friülès {m}
Friulian {prop} (language spoken in Friuli) :: friülà {m}, friülès {m}
Friulian {adj} (relating to Friuli) :: friülà, friülès
Friuli-Venezia Giulia {prop} (region) :: Friül-Venècia Júlia {m}
frivolity {n} (frivolous act) :: frivolitat {f}
frivolous {adj} (silly; especially at an inappropriate time or in an inappropriate manner) :: frívol
frivolous {adj} (of little weight or importance; not worth notice) :: frívol, tonto, trivial
frivolously {adv} (in a frivolous manner) :: frívolament
frog {n} (amphibian) :: granota {f}
from {prep} (with the source or provenance of or at) :: de, des de
from {prep} (with the origin, starting point or initial reference of or at) :: de
from {prep} (with the separation, exclusion or differentiation of) :: de
from pillar to post {adv} (from one place to another) :: d'Herodes a Pilat
from scratch {prep} :: des de zero, des del principi, de cap i de nou
from the bottom of one's heart {prep} (in earnest, with one's full feelings) :: des del fons del cor
from time to time {adv} (occasionally) :: de tant en tant
front {n} (facing side) :: front {m}, cara {f}
front {n} (main entrance side) :: façana principal {f}
front {n} (meteorology: interface between airmasses) :: front {m}
front {n} (military: area or line of conflict) :: front {m}
frontal {adj} (of or relating to the forehead or frontal bone) :: frontal
frontal bone {n} (bone of the forehead) :: os frontal {m}, frontal {m}
frontal lobe {n} (division of cerebrum) :: lòbul frontal {m}
front end {n} ((computing) that part of a hardware or software system that is closest to the user) :: frontal {m}
frontier {n} (part of a country that fronts or faces another country or an unsettled region) :: frontera {f}
frontier {adj} (lying on the exterior part; bordering; conterminous) :: fronterer
frontispiece {n} (publishing: illustration) :: frontispici {m}
frontispiece {n} (façade) :: frontispici {m}
frosh {n} (frog) SEE: frog ::
frost {n} (cover of minute ice crystals) :: gelada {f}, glaçada {f}, gebre {m}
frounce {v} (to crease, wrinkle) SEE: frown ::
frown {v} (to have a frown on one's face) :: arrufar les celles
frown {v} (to look with disfavour or threateningly) :: arrufar el nas
frowsy {adj} (neglected) :: desendreçat
frozen {adj} (in the state of that which freezes) :: gelat
Fructidor {prop} (the twelfth month of the French Republican Calendar) :: fructidor {m}
fructose {n} (monosaccharide ketose sugar) :: fructosa {f}
frugal {adj} (economical, avoiding waste, thrifty) :: frugal
fruit {n} (part of plant) :: fruit {m}
fruit {n} (food) :: fruita {f}
fruit {n} (figuratively: positive end result or reward of labour or effort) :: fruit {m}
fruit {n} (figuratively: child of a marriage) :: fruit {m}
fruit {n} (offensive slang: homosexual or effeminate man) :: marieta, maricó
fruit dove {n} (dove in the genus Ptilinopus) :: tilinop {m}
fruitless {adj} (unproductive; useless) :: infructuós
fruit salad {n} (salad made of fruit) :: macedònia
fruit tree {n} (a tree that bears a crop of edible fruit on a regular basis) :: fruiter {m}
frustrate {v} (to disappoint or defeat) :: frustrar
frustrated {adj} (foiled, stopped, disappointed) :: frustrat
frustrated {adj} (suffering from frustration; dissatisfied, agitated, and/or discontent) :: frustrat
frustum {n} (truncated cone or pyramid) :: tronc {m}
fry {v} (to cook (something) in hot fat or oil) :: fregir
fry {n} (young fish) :: aleví {m}
frying pan {n} (long-handled, shallow pan used for frying food) :: paella {f}
fuchsia {n} (plant) :: fúcsia
fuchsia {n} (colour) :: fúcsia
fuck {v} (to have sexual intercourse-obscene or vulgar) :: follar, cardar, fotre, fer un clau, fotre un clau, tirar-se [transitive]
fuck {v} (to insert an object into a specified body part) :: follar, fotre, cardar
fuck {v} (to put in an extremely difficult or impossible situation) :: fotre, cardar
fuck {n} (an act of sexual intercourse) :: clau {m}
fuck {interj} (fuck!) :: merda!, collons!
fuck around {v} (to behave immaturely) :: fotre
fucker {n} (one who fucks) :: follador {m}
fuck up {v} (to break or destroy [to be merged into injure or damage]) :: fotre, cagar-la
fuck you {n} (fuck you) :: fes-te fotre !, que et fotin ! (go get fucked), vés a la merda !, vés-te'n a la merda !
fudge {n} (a very sweet confection) :: caramel
fuel {n} (substance consumed to provide energy) :: carburant {m}, combustible {m}
fuet {n} (salami from Catalonia) :: fuet {m}
Fula {n} (people) :: fulbe {m} {f}
Fula {prop} (language) :: ful {m}
fulcrum {n} (support about which a lever pivots) :: fulcre {m}
fulfill {v} (to carry out) :: complir
full {adj} (containing the maximum possible amount) :: ple
full {adj} (complete) :: complet
full {adj} (total, entire) :: total, sencer
full {adj} (satisfied, in relation to eating) :: ple, tip
full {n} (phase of the moon) SEE: full moon ::
full moon {n} (phase of moon when in opposition to sun) :: lluna plena {f}, pleniluni {m}
full stop {n} (The punctuation mark “.”) :: punt {m}
fully {adv} (in a full manner) :: plenament
fully {adv} (to a full extent) :: completament
fumarole {n} (opening in the crust of an astronomical body that emits steam and gases) :: fumarola {f}
fun {n} (enjoyment or amusement) :: diversió {f}
fun {adj} (enjoyable, amusing) :: divertit
function {n} (what something does or is used for) :: funció {f}
function {n} (professional or official position) :: funció {f}
function {n} (mathematics: a relation between a set of inputs and a set of permissible outputs) :: funció {f}
function {n} (computing: routine that returns a result) :: funció {f}
function {n} (biology: physiological activity of an organ or body part) :: funció {f}
function {n} (chemistry: characteristic behavior of a chemical compound) :: funció {f}
function {v} (to carry on a function) :: funcionar
fundament {n} (anus) SEE: anus ::
fundament {n} (foundation) SEE: foundation ::
fundamental {n} (a leading or primary principle, rule, law, or article) :: fonamental {f}
fundamental {adj} (pertaining to the foundation or basis; serving for the foundation) :: fonamental
fundamental force {n} (force between elementary particles) SEE: fundamental interaction ::
fundamental interaction {n} (basic forces that act between elementary particles) :: interacció fonamental {f}
fundamentalism {n} (religion) :: fonamentalisme {m}
fundamentalist {n} (one who reduces religion to strict interpretation of core or original texts) :: fonamentalista {m} {f}
funding {n} (money provided as funds) :: finançament {m}
funeral {n} (ceremony to honour a deceased person) :: funeral {m}, funerals {m-p}
funeral director {n} (undertaker) SEE: undertaker ::
funeral home {n} (mortuary) :: funerària {f}
funerary {adj} (relating to a funeral) :: funerari
funereal {adj} (relating to a funeral) :: funerari, funeral, fúnebre
fungible {adj} (able to be substituted for something of equal value) :: fungible
fungus {n} (any member of the kingdom Fungi) :: fong
funk {n} (spark) SEE: spark ::
funk {n} (touchwood, punk, tinder) :: esca {f}
funnel {n} (utensil used to guide poured liquids) :: embut {m}
funnel {n} (smoke flue, chimney) SEE: chimney ::
funny {adj} (amusing; comical) :: divertit
funny bone {n} (nerve) :: os de la música {m}
furious {adj} (transported with passion or fury) :: furiós
furious {adj} (rushing with impetuosity) :: furiós
furnace {n} (device for heating) SEE: oven ::
furnish {v} (to supply) :: fornir
furnished {adj} (equipped with whatever is needed) :: equipat
furnished {adj} (supplied with furniture) :: moblat
furrow {v} (wrinkle) SEE: wrinkle ::
furrow {n} (trench cut in the soil) :: solc {m}
furrow {n} :: solc {m}
furrow {v} (to cut a groove) :: solcar, acanalar
furrow {v} (to pull one's brows together) :: arrufar
furthermore {adv} (In addition; besides; what's more; used to denote additional information) :: a més, a més a més, endemés
furuncle {n} (boil) SEE: boil ::
fury {n} (extreme anger) :: fúria {f}
fuse {n} (cord) :: metxa {f}
fuse {n} (device igniting charge) :: espoleta {f}
fuse {n} (device preventing overloading of a circuit) :: fusible {m}
fuse {n} (indicating tendency to lose temper) :: corda {f}
fuse {v} (transitive: to melt together) :: fondre
fuse {v} (intransitive: to melt together) :: fondre
fuselage {n} (main body of aerospace vehicle) :: buc {m}
fuss {n} (excessive activity, worry, bother, or talk about something) :: rebombori {m}, gatzara {f}, brogit {m}, cridòria {f}, aldarull {m}
fussy {adj} (particular about details) :: perepunyetes
futile {adj} (incapable of producing results) :: fútil
futility {n} (quality of being futile) :: futilitat {f}, futilesa {f}
futsal {n} (form of soccer) :: futbol sala {m}
future {n} (the time ahead) :: avenir {m}, futur {m}
future {n} (something that will happen in moments yet to come) :: futur {m}
future {adj} (having to do with or occurring in the future) :: futur
future {n} (grammar) SEE: future tense ::
future tense {n} (time form of a verb) :: futur {m}
futurism {n} (art movement) :: futurisme {m}
futurism {n} (study of possible futures) SEE: futurology ::
futuristic {adj} (advanced so far beyond that which is current as to appear to be from the future) :: futurista
futurology {n} (scientific forecasting of future trends in science, technology or society) :: futurologia {f}
fuzz {n} (police) SEE: police ::
fuzzy {adj} (covered with fuzz or loose fibres) :: arrissat, borrós
fuzzy {adj} (vague or imprecise) :: borrós
fuzzy {adj} (not clear; unfocused) :: borrós
fylfot {n} (swastika) SEE: swastika ::
fynbos {n} (fynbos) :: fynbos {m}
FYROM {acronym} (abbreviation of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia) :: ERIM