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i {n} (name of the letter I, i) :: i {f}
I {pron} (personal pronoun) :: jo
iamb {n} (a metrical foot) :: iambe {m}
iambic {adj} (consisting of iambs or characterized by their predominance) :: iàmbic
I am hungry {phrase} (I'm hungry) SEE: I'm hungry ::
I am thirsty {phrase} (I'm thirsty) SEE: I'm thirsty ::
I am tired {phrase} (I'm tired) SEE: I'm tired ::
I am ... year(s) old {phrase} (I'm ... year(s) old) SEE: I'm ... year(s) old ::
iatric {adj} (of or pertaining to physicians) :: iàtric
Iberia {prop} (region south of the Pyrenees) :: Ibèria {f}
Iberia {prop} (ancient region of Georgia) :: Ibèria {f}
Iberian {adj} (Native to Iberia) :: ibèric
Iberian {n} (Native of Iberia) :: iber {m}
Iberian {n} (an extinct language) :: ibèric
Iberian Peninsula {prop} (peninsula) :: Península Ibèrica
ibex {n} (type of wild mountain goat) :: cabra alpina {f}
ibis {n} (Threskiornithid) :: ibis {m}
Ibiza {prop} (island) :: Eivissa {f}
Ibizan {adj} (from or pertaining to Ibiza) :: eivissenc
Ibizan {n} (a person from Ibiza) :: eivissenc {m}
Ibizan Hound {n} (Ibizan Hound) :: ca eivissenc {m}
-ible {suffix} (able to be done) :: -able, -ible
ibuprofen {n} (pharmaceutical drug) :: ibuprofèn {m}
-ic {suffix} (Note: these translations are a guide only. For more precise translations, see individual words ending in -ic) :: -ic {m}, -esc {m}
I came, I saw, I conquered {phrase} (used to indicate a total swift victory) :: vaig arribar, vaig veure, vaig vèncer
Icarus {prop} :: Ícar {m}
ice {n} (water in frozen form) :: gel {m}
ice {n} (diamond) SEE: diamond ::
ice axe {n} (axe used by mountaineers to cut footholds in the ice) :: piolet {m}
ice bear {n} (polar bear) SEE: polar bear ::
iceberg {n} (huge mass of floating ice) :: iceberg {m}
icebox {n} (refrigerator) SEE: refrigerator ::
icebreaker {n} (ship designed to break through ice) :: trencaglaç {m}
ice cream {n} (dessert) :: gelat {m}
ice cream {n} (in a cone) :: carapulla {f}
ice cream cone {n} (conical confection for holding ice cream) :: cucurutxo {m}, cucurull {m}
ice cream maker {n} (machine used to make homemade ice cream) :: geladora {f}
ice cube {n} (small piece of ice used for cooling drinks) :: glaçó
ice floe {n} (floe) SEE: floe ::
ice hockey {n} (hockey) :: hoquei sobre gel {m}
Iceland {prop} (country in Europe) :: Islàndia {f}
Icelander {n} (a person from Iceland or of Icelandic descent) :: islandès {m}, islandesa {f}; [Valencian] islandés {m}, islandesa {f}
Icelandic {prop} (language) :: islandès {m}; [Valencian] islandés {m}
Icelandic {adj} (of or relating to Iceland) :: islandès {m}, islandesa {f}; [Valencian] islandés {m}, islandesa {f}
Icelandic {n} (Icelander) SEE: Icelander ::
Icelandish {prop} (Icelandic) SEE: Icelandic ::
Icelandish {adj} (Icelandic) SEE: Icelandic ::
ice resurfacer {n} (implement used to renew ice surface) :: màquina de polir {f}
ice rink {n} (a surface for ice skating) :: pista de gel
ice skate {n} (a light boot, fitted with a blade, used for skating on ice) :: patí de gel {m}
ichthyic {adj} (of, pertaining to, or like fish) :: íctic
ichthyological {adj} (ichthyological) :: ictiològic
ichthyologist {n} (expert in ichthyology) :: ictiòleg {m}
ichthyology {n} (branch of zoology devoted to the study of fish) :: ictiologia {f}
ichthyosis {n} (disease which gives the sufferer dry scaly skin) :: ictiosi {f}
icicle {n} (a spear-shape of ice) :: caramell {f}
icing {n} (minor violation of ice hockey rules) :: refús prohibit {m}
icon {n} (image) :: icona {f}
icon {n} (religious painting) :: icona {f}
icon {n} (small picture, computer icon) :: icona {f}
iconic {adj} (relating to icon) :: icònic
iconostasis {n} (a wall of icons) :: iconòstasi {m}
icosahedron {n} (a polyhedron) :: icosaedre {m}, icosàedre {m}
I could eat a horse {phrase} (very hungry) :: tinc una fam de llop
ID {n} (identification or identity documentation) SEE: ID card ::
ID card {n} (card or badge showing the official identity of the wearer) :: carnet d'identitat {m}
-ide {suffix} (any of a group of related compounds) :: -id {m}
-ide {suffix} (binary compound of a nonmetal) :: -ur {m}
-ide {suffix} (any of a group of several elements) :: -id {m}
idea {n} (image formed in the mind) :: idea {f}
idea {n} (result of mental activity) :: idea {f}
idea {n} (conception of sthg to be done, plan, intention) :: idea {f}
idea {n} (vague or fanciful notion) :: idea {f}
ideal {adj} (being optimal) :: ideal
ideal {adj} (being perfect) :: ideal
ideal {adj} (conceptual) :: ideal
ideal {n} (a perfect standard of beauty, intellect etc.) :: ideal {m}
idealism {n} (property of a person of having high ideals that are usually unrealizable) :: idealisme {m}
idealism {n} (an approach to philosophical enquiry) :: idealisme {m}
idealistic {adj} (of or pertaining to an idealist or to idealism) :: idealista
idealization {n} (act or process of idealizing) :: idealització {f}
idealize {v} (transitive: to regard something as ideal) :: idealitzar
ideally {adv} (preferably) :: idealment
identical {adj} (bearing full likeness) :: idèntic
identically {adv} (in an identical manner) :: idènticament
identifiable {adj} (capable of being distinguished and named) :: identificable
identification {n} (the act of identifying, or proving to be the same) :: identificació {f}
identifier {n} (formal name used in source code to refer to a variable, function, procedure, package, etc.) :: identificador {m}
identify {v} (to establish the identity of someone or something) :: identificar
identify {v} ((biology) to establish the taxonomic classification of an organism) :: identificar
identify {v} (to equate two or more things) :: identificar
identify {v} (to associate oneself with some group) :: identificar-se
identity {n} (the sameness some individuals share to make up the same kind or universal) :: identitat {f}
identity {n} (algebra: function) SEE: identity function ::
identity card {n} (a card showing one's identity) SEE: ID card ::
identity function {n} (A function whose value is always the same as its independent variable) :: funció identitat {f}
ideogram {n} (symbol) :: ideograma {m}
ideograph {n} (ideogram) SEE: ideogram ::
ideolog {n} (ideologue) SEE: ideologue ::
ideologic {adj} (ideological) SEE: ideological ::
ideological {adj} (of or pertaining to an ideology) :: ideològic
ideologue {n} (advocate of a particular ideology) :: ideòleg {m}
ideology {n} (doctrine, body of ideas) :: ideologia
idiocy {n} (state of being an idiot) :: idiòcia
idiolect {n} (variant of a language used by a particular individual) :: idiolecte {m}
idiom {n} (expression peculiar to a given language) :: idiotisme {m}
idiophone {n} (any musical instrument that produces its sound by its own vibration) :: idiòfon {m}
idiosyncrasy {n} (way of behaving or thinking) :: idiosincràsia {f}
idiosyncratic {adj} (peculiar to a specific individual) :: idiosincràtic
idiot {n} (person of low general intelligence) :: idiota {m} {f}
idle {adj} (not turned to appropriate use, not occupied, of time with little activity) :: inactiu
idle {adj} (not engaged in any occupation or employment) :: desocupat, aturat
idleness {n} (state of being idle; inactivity) :: inactivitat
idleness {n} (state of being indolent) :: indolència {f}
Ido {prop} (artificial language reformed from Esperanto) :: Ido {m}
idol {n} (representation of anything revered) :: ídol {m}
idol {n} (cultural icon, especially popular person) :: ídol {m}
idolater {n} (one who worships idols) :: idòlatra {m} {f}
idolator {n} (idolater) SEE: idolater ::
idolatrous {adj} (partaking in idolatry) :: idòlatra
idolatrous {adj} (engaging in excessive attachment or reverence) :: idòlatra
idolatry {n} (worship of idols) :: idolatria {f}
idolize {v} (to make an idol of) :: idolatrar
idolize {v} (to adore excessively) :: idolatrar
I don't care {phrase} (I don't care) :: no m'importa, m'és igual
I don't eat fish {phrase} (I don't eat fish) :: no menjo peix
I don't eat meat {phrase} (I don't eat meat) :: no menjo carn
I don't eat pork {phrase} (I don't eat pork) :: no menjo carn de porc
I don't know {phrase} (I don’t know) :: no ho sé
I don't speak English {phrase} (I don't speak English (specifically English)) :: no parlo anglès
I don't speak English {phrase} (I don't speak (fill with the name of the current foreign language)) :: jo no parlo català, no parlo català
I don't understand {phrase} (I don't understand) :: no ho entenc, no capissono
idyll {n} (poem or short written piece) :: idil·li {m}
idyll {n} (carefree or lighthearted experience) :: idili {m}
idyllic {adj} (of or pertaining to idylls) :: idíl·lic
idyllic {adj} (happy, peaceful, picturescue) :: idíl·lic
i.e. {abbr} (that is) :: és a dir, això és
if {conj} (supposing that) :: si
if {conj} (whether) :: si
if and only if {conj} (implies and is implied by) :: si i només si
if only {phrase} (signifies a wish) :: tant de bo, si
igloo {n} (Inuit snow house) :: iglú {m}
Ignatius {prop} (male given name) :: Ignasi
igneous {adj} (resulting from, or produced by, the action of great heat) :: igni {m}, ígnia {f}
igneous rock {n} (one of the major groups of rock that makes up the crust of the Earth) :: roques ígnies {p}
ignis fatuus {n} (will o' the wisp) SEE: will o' the wisp ::
ignominy {n} (great dishonor, shame, or humiliation) :: ignomínia {f}
ignorance {n} (condition of being uninformed or uneducated) :: ignorància {f}
ignorant {adj} (characterized by ignorance) :: ignorant
iguana {n} (any of several members of the lizard family Iguanidae) :: iguana {f}
I hate you {phrase} (expression of intense dislike) :: t'odio, * t'odie
I have a cold {phrase} (I have a cold) :: estic refredat {m}, estic refredada {f}, estic constipat {m}, estic constipada {f}
I have a question {phrase} (I have a question) :: tinc una pregunta
I have cancer {phrase} (I have cancer) :: tinc càncer
I have diabetes {phrase} (I have diabetes) :: tinc diabetis, sóc diabètic
I have no money {phrase} (I have no money) :: no tinc diners
ileum {n} (last division of small intestine) :: ili {m}
iliac {adj} (of or pertaining to the ilium) :: ilíac
ilium {n} (bone) :: ili {m}, os ilíac {m}
I live in Melbourne {phrase} (I live in Melbourne (example city)) :: visc a Melbourne
ill {adj} (bad) SEE: bad ::
ill {adj} (in poor health, suffering from a disease) :: malalt
illegal {adj} (contrary to or forbidden by law) :: il·legal
illegal {adj} (prohibited by established rules) :: il·legal
illegally {adv} (in a manner contrary to the law) :: il·legalment
illegible {adj} (not clear enough to be read) :: illegible, il·legible
illegitimate {adj} (against the law) :: il·legítim
illegitimate {adj} (born to unmarried parents) :: il·legítim
illicit {adj} (lacking licitness) :: il·lícit
illicit {adj} (unlawful) :: il·lícit
ill-intentioned {adj} (malevolent) SEE: malevolent ::
illiteracy {n} (inability to read and write) :: analfabetisme {m}
illiterate {adj} (unable to read and write) :: illetrat, analfabet
illiterate {n} (an illiterate person) :: analfabet {m}
illness {n} (an instance of a disease or poor health) :: malaltia {f}
illness {n} :: malaltia {f}
illogical {adj} (contrary to logic; lacking sense or sound reasoning) :: il·lògic
illogically {adv} (in an illogical manner) :: il·lògicament
illusion {n} (anything that seems to be something that it is not) :: il·lusió {f}, [Algherese] illusió
illusionist {n} (one who works with illusion) :: il·lusionista {m} {f}
illustrious {adj} (admired, respected, or well-known) :: il·lustre
Illyrian {adj} (of or pertaining to Illyria or Illyrians) :: il·liri
Illyrian {prop} (Illyrian language) :: il·liri {m}
Illyrian {n} (inhabitant of the ancient Illyria) :: il·liri {m}
I love you {phrase} (affirmation of affection or deep caring) :: t'estimo, t'estime, t'estim
I love you {phrase} (affirmation of romantic feeling) :: t'estimo, t'estime, t'estim
I love you {phrase} (platonic expression of inclination or liking) :: t'estimo, t'estime, t'estim
image {n} (graphical representation) :: imatge {f}
imagery {n} (imitation work) SEE: imitation ::
imagery {n} (work) :: imatgeria {f}
imaginable {adj} (able to be imagined; conceivable) :: imaginable
imaginary {adj} (existing in imagination) :: imaginari
imaginary number {n} (number of the form bi) :: nombre imaginari {m}
imagination {n} (image-making power of the mind) :: imaginació {f}
imaginative {adj} (having a lively imagination) :: imaginatiu
imaginative {adj} (tending to be fanciful) :: imaginatiu
imagine {v} ((transitive) to form a mental image of something) :: imaginar
imagine {v} ((transitive) to believe) :: imaginar
imagine {v} ((transitive) to assume) :: imaginar
imagine {v} ((transitive) to conjecture) :: imaginar
imagine {v} ((intransitive) to use one's imagination) :: imaginar
imagine {v} ((intransitive) to guess) :: imaginar
I'm allergic to penicillin {phrase} (I'm allergic to penicillin) :: sóc al·lèrgic a la penicil·lina {m}
imam {n} (Muslim leader) :: imam {m}
I'm a Muslim {phrase} (I'm a Muslim) :: sóc musulmà {m}, sóc musulmana {f}
I'm a vegetarian {phrase} (I'm vegetarian) :: sóc vegetarià {m}, sóc vegetariana {f}
imbecile {n} (person with limited mental capacity) :: imbècil {m} {f}
imbecile {n} (fool) :: imbècil {m} {f}
imbecility {n} (quality of imbecile, stupid behaviour) :: imbecil·litat {f}
I'm bisexual {phrase} (I'm bisexual) :: sóc bisexual
I'm bleeding {phrase} (I'm bleeding) :: estic sagnant
imbricate {v} (overlap in a regular pattern) :: imbricar
imbue {v} (to wet or stain completely) :: imbuir
imbue {v} (to permeate or impregnate completely) :: impregnar
I'm gay {phrase} (I'm gay) :: sóc gai, sóc homosexual
I'm hungry {phrase} (I'm hungry) :: tinc gana
I'm in love with you {phrase} (declaration of romantic feeling) :: estic enamorat de tu [male speaker], estic enamorada de tu [female speaker]
imitate {v} (to follow as a model) :: imitar
imitation {n} (act of imitating) :: imitació {f}
imitation {n} (copy) :: imitació {f}
I'm lost {phrase} (I'm lost) :: estic perdut {m}, estic perduda {f}
Immaculate Conception {prop} (doctrine) :: immaculada concepció
I'm married {phrase} (I'm married) :: sóc casat {m}, sóc casada {f}
immaterial {adj} (having no matter or substance) :: immaterial
immateriality {n} (the state of being immaterial) :: immaterialitat {f}
immature {adj} (not fully formed) :: immadur
immature {adj} (childish) :: immadur
immaturity {n} (the state of being immature) :: immaduresa {f}
immediacy {n} (the quality of being immediate) :: immediatesa {f}
immediate {adj} (without delay) :: immediat
immediate {adj} (very close) :: pròxim
immediately {adv} (in an immediate manner) :: immediatament
immense {adj} (huge, gigantic, very large) :: immens
immensely {adv} (hugely; extremely; vastly) :: immensament
immensity {n} (the state or characteristic of being immense) :: immensitat {f}
immersed {adj} (under the surface) :: immers
immersed {adj} (deeply involved) :: immers
immersion {n} (the act of immersing or the condition of being immersed) :: immersió {f}
immersive {adj} (giving the impression of immersion) :: immersiu
immigrant {n} (person who comes to a country to settle) :: immigrant {m} {f}
immigrate {v} (to move in from another country or area) :: immigrar
imminence {n} (state or condition of being imminent) :: imminència {f}
imminent {adj} (about to happen, occur, or take place very soon) :: imminent
immobile {adj} (not mobile) :: immoble, immòbil
immobilize {v} (render motionless) :: immobilitzar
immolate {v} (kill as sacrifice) :: immolar, sacrificar
immolate {v} (destroy) :: immolar
immoral {adj} (not moral) :: immoral
immorally {adv} (in an immoral manner) :: immoralment
immortal {adj} (not susceptible to death) :: immortal
immortalise {v} (to give unending life to) :: immortalitzar
immortalise {v} (to make eternally famous) :: immortalitzar
immortality {n} (condition of not being susceptible to death) :: immortalitat {f}
immune {adj} (exempt from inclusion) :: immune
immune {adj} (protected due to innate resistance to pathogens) :: immune
immune system {n} (system that protects the body from foreign material and organisms) :: sistema immunitari {m}
immunity {n} (the quality of being resistant to infection) :: immunitat {f}
immunity {n} (resistance to a specific thing) :: immunitat {f}
immunize {v} (to make someone or something immune to something) :: immunitzar
immunize {v} (to inoculate someone, as thus produce immunity from a disease) :: immunitzar
immuno- {prefix} (relating to the immune system) :: immuno-
immunological {adj} (of, or relating to immunology) :: immunològic
immunologist {n} (person who studies immunology) :: immunòleg {m}
immunology {n} (branch of medicine) :: immunologia {f}
impact {v} (to collide or strike) :: impactar
impact {v} (to influence) :: impactar
impala {n} (African antelope) :: impala {m}
impart {v} (to give a part or share) :: impartir
impartial {adj} (treating all parties, rivals or disputants equally) :: imparcial
impartially {adv} (in an impartial manner) :: imparcialment
impassable {adj} (incapable of being passed over, crossed, or negotiated) :: infranquejable
impasse {n} (deadlock or stalemate situation) :: cul-de-sac {m}, atzucac {m}
impasse {n} (road with no exit) SEE: dead end ::
impatient {adj} (restless and intolerant of delays) :: impacient
impatient {adj} (anxious and eager) :: impacient
impatiently {adv} (without patience) :: impacientment
impeccable {adj} (Perfect, having no faults, flaws or errors) :: impecable {m} {f}
impeccable {adj} (Incapable of wrongdoing or sin; immaculate) :: impecable {m} {f}
impeccably {adv} (in a perfect or flawless manner) :: impecablement
impede {v} (to get in the way of; to hinder) :: impedir
impenetrability {n} (the characteristic of being impenetrable) :: impenetrabilitat {f}
imperceptible {adj} (not perceptible) :: imperceptible
imperceptibly {adv} (not noticeably) :: imperceptiblement
imperfect {adj} (not perfect) :: imperfecte
imperfect {n} (past tense) :: imperfet {m}
imperfection {n} (state of being imperfect) :: imperfecció {f}
imperfection {n} (something that makes something else less than perfect) :: imperfecció {f}
imperfectly {adv} (in an imperfect manner) :: imperfectament
imperial {adj} (related to an empire) :: imperial
imperial {adj} (excellent, superior) :: majestuós
imperialism {n} (the policy of extending power, by force) :: imperialisme {m}
imperialist {adj} (of or relating to imperialism) :: imperialista
imperialist {n} (advocate of imperialism) :: imperialista
imperialistic {adj} (of or pertaining to imperialism) :: imperialista
imperil {v} (to risk) :: arriscar
imperious {adj} (domineering, overbearing) :: imperiós
imperium {n} (sovereignty) SEE: sovereignty ::
impermeable {adj} (impossible to permeate) :: impermeable
impermeable {adj} (not allowing passage of liquids) :: impermeable
impersonally {adv} (in an impersonal manner) :: impersonalment
impertinent {adj} (insolent, ill-mannered) :: impertinent
impetuous {adj} (describing one who makes arbitrary decisions) :: impetuós
impetuous {adj} (characterized by sudden and violent force) :: impetuós
impish {adj} (mischievous) :: entremaliat {m}
implacable {adj} (not able to placate or appease) :: implacable
implant {n} (anything surgically implanted in the body) :: implant
implausible {adj} (unlikely) :: inversemblant
implicit {adj} (implied indirectly) :: implícit
implicit {adj} (contained in the essential nature) :: implícit
implicit {adj} (unquestioning or unconditional) :: absolut
implicitly {adv} (in an implicit or implied manner) :: implícitament
implosion {n} (action of imploding) :: implosió {f}
imply {v} (to have as a consequence) :: implicar
imply {v} (to suggest by a logical inference) :: implicar
imply {v} (to express suggestively rather than as a direct statement) :: insinuar
important {adj} (having relevant and crucial value) :: important
importantly {adv} (used to mark a statement as having importance) :: notablement
importantly {adv} (in an important manner) :: importantment
importunate {adj} (of a demand, persistent or pressing) :: importú
importunate {adj} (of a person) :: importú
impossible {adj} (not able to be done) :: impossible
impossible {adj} (very difficult to deal with) :: impossible, insuportable
impossible {n} (an impossibility) :: impossible
impossibly {adv} (in an impossible manner) :: impossiblement
impossibly {adv} (to the point of impossibility) :: impossiblement
impotent {adj} (lacking physical strength or vigor; weak) :: impotent
impotent {adj} (lacking in power, as to act effectively; helpless) :: impotent
impotent {adj} (incapable of sexual intercourse) :: impotent
impotent {adj} (sterile) :: impotent
impound {v} (to hold in the custody of a court or its delegate) :: confiscar
impoverish {v} (to make poor) :: empobrir
impoverished {adj} (with no possessions or money) SEE: poor ::
impoverished {adj} (Reduced to poverty) :: empobrit
impracticability {n} (the quality or condition of being impracticable) :: impracticabilitat {f}
impracticable {adj} (not practicable) :: impracticable
impracticable {adj} (impassable) :: impracticable
impregnate {v} (to add nutrients) SEE: fertilize ::
impressed {adj} (strongly affected, especially favourably) :: impressionat
impressed {adj} (stamped, under pressure) :: imprès
impressed {adj} (confiscated by force or authority) :: requisat
impression {n} (overall effect of something) :: impressió {f}
impressionable {adj} (easily influenced) :: impressionable
impressionism {n} (movement in art) :: impressionisme {m}
impressionist {n} (One who adheres to impressionism) :: impressionista {m} {f}
impressive {adj} (making, or tending to make, an impression; having power to impress) :: impressionant
impressively {adv} (in an impressive manner) :: impressionantment
imprison {v} (put in prison) :: empresonar
imprisonment {n} (confinement) :: empresonament {m}
improbability {n} (unlikelihood) :: improbabilitat {f}
improbable {adj} (not likely to be true) :: improbable
improbably {adv} (in an improbable manner) :: improbablement
improper {adj} (unsuitable to needs or circumstances) :: impropi
improper {adj} (not in keeping with conventional mores or good manners) :: impropi
improper {adj} (Not properly named) :: impropi
improve {v} (to make something better) :: millorar
improve {v} (to become better) :: millorar
improvement {n} (act of improving) :: millora {f}
improvisation {n} (that which is improvised; an impromptu) :: improvisació
improvise {v} (to make something up as one goes on) :: improvisar
imprudence {n} (quality or state of being imprudent) :: imprudència {f}
imprudence {n} (imprudent act) :: imprudència {f}
imprudent {adj} (not prudent; wanting in prudence or discretion; indiscreet; injudicious; not attentive to consequence; improper) :: imprudent
imprudently {adv} (without prudence) :: imprudentment
impudence {n} (quality of being impudent) :: impudència {f}
impudent {adj} (Not showing due respect; impertinent; bold-faced) :: impudent
impudently {adv} (shamelessly) SEE: shamelessly ::
impulse {n} (sudden force that impels) :: impuls {m}
impulse {n} (wish) :: antull {m}, capritx {m}, caprici {m}
impulse {n} ((physics) integral force over time) :: impuls {m}, impulsió {f}
impulsive {adj} (having the power of driving or impelling; giving an impulse; moving; impellent) :: impulsiu
impulsive {adj} (actuated by impulse or by transient feelings) :: impulsiu
impulsive {adj} (highly reactive; inclined to make rapid decisions without due consideration) :: impulsiu
impure {adj} (impure) :: impur
impurely {adv} (in an impure manner) :: impurament
impurity {n} (the condition of being impure) :: impuresa {f}
impurity {n} (a component or additive that renders something else impure) :: impuresa {f}
I'm sick {phrase} (I'm sick/ill) :: estic malalt {m}, estic malalta {f}
I'm single {phrase} (I'm single) :: sóc solter {m}, sóc soltera {f}
I'm straight {phrase} (I'm straight) :: sóc heterosexual
I'm thirsty {phrase} (I need a drink) :: tinc set
I'm tired {phrase} (I am tired (in need of rest or sleep)) :: estic cansat {m}, estic cansada {f}
I'm ... year(s) old {phrase} (I am ... year(s) old) :: tinc ... anys
in {prep} (contained by) :: en
in {prep} (surrounded by) :: en, dins
in {prep} (part, member of) :: en
in {prep} (pertaining to) :: en
in {prep} (after a period of time) :: d'aquí a
in {prep} :: [1,2] a, [3,4] en
in {adv} (indoors; at home or the office and available for conversation) :: dins
in {adv} (moving to the interior) :: cap endintre
in {adv} :: dins, a dins
in- {prefix} (reversal of meaning) :: in-
inacceptable {adj} (unacceptable) SEE: unacceptable ::
inaccessibility {n} (quality or state of being inaccessible) :: inaccessibilitat {f}
inaccessible {adj} (not able to be accessed; out of reach; inconvenient) :: inaccessible
inaccurate {adj} (not accurate) :: imprecís
inaccurately {adv} (In an inaccurate manner; incorrectly; inexactly) :: desacuradament
inaction {n} (want of action or activity) :: inacció {f}
inactive {adj} (Not active, temporarily or permanently) :: inactiu
inactive {adj} (Relatively inert) :: inactiu
inactivity {n} (quality of being inactive) :: inactivitat {f}
in addition {adv} (also; as well) :: a més
inadequate {adj} (Not adequate) :: inadequat
inadequately {adv} (in an inadequate manner) :: inadequadament
inadmissible {adj} (Not admissible) :: inadmissible
in advance {prep} (in advance) SEE: beforehand ::
inalienable {adj} (incapable of being alienated, surrendered, or transferred to another; not alienable) :: inalienable
inanimate {adj} (not mobile) :: inanimat
inanimate {adj} (not alive) :: inanimat
inapplicable {adj} (not applicable) :: inaplicable
inappropriate {adj} (not appropriate or suitable) :: inapropiat
inattention {n} (failure of courtesy) :: descortesia {f}
inaudible {adj} (unable to be heard) :: inoïble, inaudible
inaugural {adj} (of inauguration) :: inaugural
inaugural {adj} (marking a beginning) :: inaugural
inauguration {n} (act of inaugurating) :: inauguració {f}
inborn {adj} :: innat
in broad daylight {prep} :: a plena llum del dia
Inca {n} (member of the group of Quechuan peoples) :: inca {m} {f}
incalculable {adj} (very great or numerous) :: incalculable
incalculable {adj} (impossible to calculate) :: incalculable
Incan {adj} :: incaic
incandescent {n} (incandescent lamp) SEE: light bulb ::
incandescent {adj} (remitting light as result of heating) :: incandescent
incapable {adj} (not being capable) :: incapaç
incarceration {n} (act of confining, or the state of being confined; imprisonment) :: encarcerament
incarnate {adj} (flesh-colored) SEE: crimson ::
incarnation {n} (incarnate being or form) :: encarnació {f}
incarnation {n} (living being embodying a deity or spirit) :: encarnació {f}
incarnation {n} (assumption of human form or nature) :: encarnació {f}
incarnation {n} (person or thing regarded as embodying or exhibiting some quality, idea, or the like) :: encarnació {f}
incarnation {n} (act of incarnating) :: encarnació {f}
incarnation {n} (state of being incarnated) :: encarnació {f}
incautiously {adv} (without caution) :: incautament
incendiary {adj} (capable of causing fire) :: incendiari
incendiary {adj} (intentionally stirring up strife, riot, rebellion) :: incendiari
incendiary {adj} (inflammatory, emotionally charged) :: incendiari
incense {n} (A perfume often used in the rites of various religions) :: encens {m}
incentive {n} (something that motivates) :: incentiu {m}
incentive {n} (cash bonus) :: incentiu {m}
inception {n} (the creation or beginning of something) :: inici {m}
incessant {adj} (without pause or stop; not ending) :: incessant
incessantly {adv} (in a manner without pause or stop) :: incessantment
incestuous {adj} (pertaining to or engaging in incest) :: incestuós
inch {n} (unit of length) :: polzada {f}
inch {n} (unspecified but very short distance) :: centímetre {m}
incinerate {v} (destroy by burning) :: incinerar
incision {n} (cut) :: incisió {f}
incisive {adj} (quickly proceeding to judgment) :: incisiu
incisor {n} (tooth) :: incisiu {m}, dent incisia {f}
incite {v} (to rouse, stir up or excite) :: incitar
inclination {n} (physical tilt or bend) :: inclinació {f}
inclination {n} (slant or slope) :: desnivell {m}, inclinació {f}
inclination {n} (mental tendency) :: inclinació {f}
inclination {n} (geometry: angle of intersection) :: inclinació {f}
incline {v} (bend (something) out of a given plane or direction) :: inclinar
incline {v} (to tend to do or believe something) :: inclinar
inclined plane {n} (simple machine) :: pla inclinat {m}
inclinometer {n} (instrument) SEE: clinometer ::
include {v} (to bring into as a part or member) :: incloure
include {v} (to contain, as part of a whole) :: incloure
inclusion {n} (addition or annex to a group, set or total) :: inclusió {f}
inclusion {n} (act of including, i.e. adding or annexing, (something) to a group, set or total) :: inclusió {f}
inclusion {n} (defect in precious stone) :: inclusió {f}
inclusive {adj} (including (almost) everything within its scope) :: inclusiu
incoherence {n} (quality of being incoherent) :: incoherència {f}
incoherent {adj} (lacking coherence, inconsistent) :: incoherent
incoherently {adv} (in an incoherent manner) :: incoherentment
in cold blood {prep} (in a ruthless and unfeeling manner) :: a sang freda
incombustible {adj} (not flammable) :: incombustible
incoming {adj} (succeeding to an office) :: entrant
incommode {v} (to disturb, hinder) :: incomodar
in common {prep} (shared with others) :: en comú
incomparable {adj} (beyond comparison) :: incomparable
incomparable {adj} (not able to be compared) SEE: uncomparable ::
incompatibility {n} (the quality or state of being incompatible) :: incompatibilitat {f}
incompatible {adj} (impossible to coexist; irreconcilable) :: incompatible
incompetent {adj} (unskilled, lacking normally expected degree of ability) :: incompetent
incompetent {adj} (unable to make rational decisions, insane or otherwise cognitively impaired) :: incompetent
incomplete {adj} (not complete) :: incomplet
incompletely {adv} (in an incomplete manner) :: incompletament
incomprehensible {adj} (impossible or very difficult to understand) :: incomprensible
incomprehensibly {adv} (in an incomprehensible manner) :: incomprensiblement
inconceivable {adj} (unable to be conceived, unbelievable) :: inconcebible
in confidence {prep} (confidentially) :: en confiança
incongruous {adj} (not matching) :: incongruent
inconsiderate {adj} (not considerate of others) :: inconsiderat
inconsiderately {adv} (in an inconsiderate manner) :: inconsideradament
inconspicuously {adv} (not prominent or easily noticeable) :: desapercebudament
inconstancy {n} (lack of constancy) :: inconstància {f}
inconstant {adj} (not constant) :: inconstant
inconvenience {n} (something inconvenient or bothering) :: inconveniència {f}
inconvenient {adj} (not convenient) :: inconvenient
inconveniently {adv} (in an inconvenient manner) :: inconvenientment
incorporate {v} (include as a part or ingredient) :: incorporar
incorrect {adj} (erroneous) :: incorrecte
incorrectly {adv} (in an incorrect manner) :: incorrectament
increase {v} (become larger) :: augmentar
increase {v} (make larger) :: augmentar
increase {n} (increased amount) :: augment {m}
increase {n} (act of becoming larger) :: augment {m}
increasingly {adv} (increasing in amount or intensity) :: cada vegada més
incredible {adj} (too implausible to be credible) :: increïble
incredible {adj} (amazing) :: increïble
incredibly {adv} (In an incredible manner) :: increïblement
incredibly {adv} (To a great extent; extremely) :: increïblement
incredulous {adj} (Skeptical, disbelieving) :: incrèdul
incremental {adj} (pertaining to an increment) :: incremental
incriminate {v} (to accuse or bring criminal charges against) :: inculpar
incriminate {v} (to indicate the guilt of) :: incriminar
incubate {v} (To brood, raise, or maintain eggs, organisms, or living tissue) :: covar, incubar
incubation {n} (sitting on eggs for the purpose of hatching young) :: incubació {f}, covament {m}
incubator {n} (apparatus used to maintain environmental conditions suitable for a newborn baby) :: incubadora {f}
incubator {n} (apparatus used to maintain environmental conditions suitable for the hatching of eggs) :: incubadora {f}
incubus {n} (an evil spirit) :: íncub {m}, íncube {m}
incubus {n} (a nightmare) :: íncub {m}, íncube {m}
incumbent {adj} (being the current holder of an office) :: titular
incumbent {n} (current holder of an office) :: titular {m} {f}
incunable {n} (very early printed book, specifically one printed before 1501; an incunabulum) :: incunable
incur {v} (to expose oneself to something inconvenient) :: incórrer
incurable {adj} (unable to be cured) :: incurable
incus {n} (anvil) SEE: anvil ::
indanthrene {n} (vat dye) :: indantrè {m}
indebted {adj} (obligated to someone) :: endeutat
indebtedness {n} (state of being in debt) :: endeutament {m}
indebtedness {n} (state of owing due to gratitude) :: endeutament {m}
indecent {adj} (not in keeping with conventional moral values) :: indecent
indecisive {adj} (not decisive) :: indecís
indeed {adv} (modal: truly; in fact; actually) :: certament, efectivament, en efecte
indeed {interj} (indication of agreement) :: ja, cert
indeed {interj} :: certament, veritablement
indefensible {adj} (not capable of being defended) :: indefensable
indefensible {adj} (incapable of being justified) :: indefensable
indefinite {adj} (without limit; forever, or until further notice; not definite) :: indefinit
indefinite {adj} (vague or unclear) :: indefinit
indefinite {adj} (undecided or uncertain) :: indefinit
indefinite article {n} (word preceding a noun to indicate any member of the class of objects) :: article indefinit
indefinitely {adv} (For a long time, no end defined) :: indefinidament
indefinite pronoun {n} (Pronoun not specifying the identity of its referent) :: pronom indefinit {m}
indelible {adj} (difficult to delete, remove or wash away) :: indeleble
indene {n} (byciclic hydrocarbon) :: indè {m}
indent {v} (typography: to begin a line or lines at a greater or less distance from the margin) :: sagnat {m}
indentation {n} (act of beginning a line at a distance from the flush line) :: sagnia {f}
independence {n} (state or quality of being independent) :: independència {f}
independent {adj} (not dependent; not contingent or depending on something else; free) :: independent
independentize {v} (to make independent) :: independitzar
independently {adv} (in an independent manner) :: independentment
independent variable {n} (independent variable) :: variable independent {f}
indescribable {adj} (impossible, or very difficult to describe) :: indescriptible
indescribable {adj} (exceeding all description) :: indescriptible
indestructible {adj} (not destructible) :: indestructible
indeterminacy principle {prop} (uncertainty principle) SEE: uncertainty principle ::
index {n} (alphabetical listing) :: índex {m}
index {v} (to arrange an index) :: indexar
index {n} (index finger) SEE: forefinger ::
index {v} (to take stock) SEE: inventory ::
indexation {n} :: indexació {f}
index finger {n} (index finger) SEE: forefinger ::
India {prop} (the country) :: Índia {f}
Indian {adj} (of or pertaining to India) :: indi
Indian {adj} (of, or related to, the aboriginal people of the Americas) :: indi
Indian {n} (a person from India) :: indi {m} índia {f}
Indian {n} (individual of, or related to, the aboriginal people of the Americas) :: indi {m}, índia {f}
Indianapolis {prop} (capital of the State of Indiana, USA) :: Indianapolis
Indian myna {n} :: minà comú
Indian Ocean {prop} (the ocean separating Africa, southern Asia, Australia and Antarctica) :: Oceà Índic {m}
Indian summer {n} (stretch of warm days in autumn) :: estiuet de Sant Martí
indicate {v} (to point out; to discover; to direct to a knowledge of; to show; to make known) :: indicar
indicative {adj} (serving as a sign) :: indicatiu
indicative {adj} (of, or relating to the indicative mood) :: indicatiu
indicator {n} (trafficator) :: indicador de gir {m}
indifference {n} (the state of being indifferent) :: indiferència {f}
indifference curve {n} :: corba d'indiferència {f}
indifferent {adj} (not caring) :: indiferent
indifferent {adj} (mediocre, usually used negatively) :: mediocre
indifferent {adj} (having no preference) :: indiferent
indigenous {adj} (born or engendered in, native to a land or region) :: indígena
indigent {adj} (poor; destitute) :: indigent
indigent {n} (a person in need or in poverty) :: indigent
indigestible {adj} (difficult or impossible to digest) :: indigest, indigerible
indign {adj} (unworthy) SEE: unworthy ::
indignant {adj} (angry, infuriated, mad, resentful) :: indignat
indignation {n} (anger aroused by some perceived offense or injustice) :: indignació {f}
indignation {n} (self-righteous anger or disgust) :: indignació {f}
indignity {n} (degradation, debasement or humiliation) :: indignitat {f}
indignity {n} (an affront to one's dignity or pride) :: indignitat {f}
indigo {n} (colour) :: indi {m}, anyil {m}
indirect {adj} (not direct) :: indirecte
indirect free kick {n} (soccer) :: tir lliure indirecte {m}
indirectly {adv} (in a indirect manner) :: indirectament
indiscreet {adj} (not discreet; wanting in discretion) :: indiscret
indiscriminate {adj} (Without care or making distinctions, thoughtless) :: indiscriminat
indispensable {adj} (not dispensable) :: indispensable
indispensable {adj} (absolutely necessary) :: indispensable
indisputable {adj} (not disputable) :: indiscutible
indisputably {adv} (in a manner that is incapable of being disputed) :: indiscutiblement
indistinct {adj} (not clearly defined) :: indistint
indistinctly {adv} (in an indistinct manner) :: indistintament
indistinguishability {n} (the state of being indistinguishable) :: indistingibilitat {f}
indistinguishable {adj} (not distinguishable) :: indistingible
indium {n} (metallic chemical element) :: indi {m}
individual {n} (person considered alone) :: individu {m}
individual {adj} (relating to a single person or thing) :: individual
individual {adj} (intended for a single person) :: individual
individualism {n} (tendency for a person to act without reference to others) :: individualisme {m}
individualist {n} (someone who believes in individualism as sociopolitical system) :: individualista {m} {f}
individualist {n} (someone who does as they wish) :: individualista {m} {f}
individuality {n} (person) SEE: person ::
individually {adv} (separately, independently) :: individualment
indivisible {adj} (incapable of being divided) :: indivisible
indoctrinate {v} (brainwash) SEE: brainwash ::
indoctrinate {v} (to teach with a biased or one-sided ideology) :: adoctrinar
indoctrination {n} (act of indoctrinating) :: adoctrinament {m}
Indo-European {n} (member of Proto-Indo-European ethnolinguistic group) :: indoeuropeu {m}, indoeuropea {f}
Indo-European {adj} (of or relating to languages originally spoken in Europe and Western Asia) :: indoeuropeu
Indo-European {adj} (of or relating to hypothetical parent language of Indo-European language family, see also: Proto-Indo-European) :: indoeuropeu
Indo-European {adj} (of or relating to hypothetical group of peoples having spread Indo-European languages) :: indoeuropeu
indolent {adj} (habitually lazy) :: indolent
indomitable {adj} (incapable of being subdued, overcome, or vanquished) :: indomable
Indonesia {prop} (country) :: Indonèsia {f}
Indonesian {adj} (referring to Indonesia) :: indonesi
Indonesian {n} (person) :: indonesi {m}, indonèsia {f}
Indonesian {prop} (language) :: indonesi {m}
Induan {prop} :: Induà
indubitable {adj} (not dubitable) :: indubtable
induce {v} (to cause; persuade; force) :: induir
indulgent {adj} (prone to indulge) :: indulgent
Indus {prop} (the river) :: Indus {m}
industrial {adj} (of or relating to industry) :: industrial
industrialised {adj} (industrialised) SEE: industrialized ::
industrialism {n} (socio-economic system) :: industrialisme {m}
industrialist {n} (person involved in the ownership or management of an industrial enterprise) :: industrialista {m} {f}
industrialization {n} (process of social and economic change) :: industrialització {f}
industrialize {v} (to develop industry) :: industrialitzar
industrialized {adj} (having undergone industrialization) :: industrialitzat
industry {n} (businesses that produce goods) :: indústria {f}
Indus Valley Civilization {prop} (ancient civilization) :: civilització de la vall de l'Indus {m}
indweller {n} (inhabitant) SEE: inhabitant ::
inedible {adj} (not edible; not appropriate, worthy, or safe to eat) :: immenjable, incomestible
I need ... {phrase} (I need ... (something)) :: necessito ...
ineffective {adj} (not having the desired effect; ineffectual) :: ineficaç
ineffective {adj} (lacking in ability; incompetent or inadequate) :: ineficaç
inelastic {adj} (lacking elasticity) :: inelàstic
inelegant {adj} (not elegant) :: inelegant
inept {adj} (not able to do something) :: inepte
ineptitude {n} (the quality of being inept) :: ineptitud {f}
inequality {n} (unfair, not equal, state) :: desigualtat {f}
inequality {n} (statement that one quantity is less (or greater) than another) :: desigualtat {f}
inequation {n} (a statement that two expressions are not the same) SEE: inequality ::
inert {adj} (unable to move or act) :: inert
inert {adj} (sluggish or lethargic) :: inert
inert {adj} (in chemistry, not readily reacting with other elements or compounds) :: inert
inert gas {n} (noble gas) SEE: noble gas ::
inertia {n} (in physics) :: inèrcia {f}
inertia {n} (unwillingness to take action) :: inèrcia {f}
inertly {adv} (in an inert manner) :: inertament
in essence {prep} (essentially) SEE: essentially ::
inessential {adj} (not essential) :: inessencial {m} {f}; extern {m}, externa {f}
inevitable {adj} (impossible to avoid or prevent) :: inevitable
inevitably {adv} (in a manner that this impossible to avoid) :: inevitablement
inexact {adj} (imperfectly conforming) :: inexacte
inexcusably {adv} (in an inexcusable manner) :: inexcusablement
inexistent {adj} (nonexistent) SEE: nonexistent ::
inexorable {adj} (Unable to be persuaded: relentless) :: inexorable
inexorable {adj} (Impossible to stop or prevent: inevitable) :: inexorable
inexpensive {adj} (low in price) :: barat
inexperienced {adj} (not experienced) :: inexpert
inexplicable {adj} (impossible to explain) :: inexplicable
inexplicably {adv} (in an inexplicable manner) :: inexplicablement
inextinguishable {adj} (incapable of being extinguished) :: inextingible, inapagable
in fact {prep} (actually, in truth) :: de fet, en realitat
infallibility {n} (the ability to never make a mistake) :: infal·libilitat {f}
infallible {adj} (without fault or weakness; incapable of error or fallacy) :: infal·lible
infamous {adj} (having a bad reputation) :: infame
infamously {adv} (in an infamous manner) :: infamement
infamy {n} (the state of being infamous) :: infàmia {f}
infantile {adj} (pertaining to infants) :: infantil
infantile {adj} (childish; immature) :: infantil
infantry {n} (soldiers who fight on foot) :: infanteria {f}
infantry {n} (the part of an army consisting of infantry soldiers) :: infanteria {f}
infatuate {v} (To inspire with unreasoning love or attachment) :: infatuar
infatuation {n} (The act of infatuating; the state of being infatuated; folly; that which infatuates) :: infatuació {f}
infatuation {n} (An unreasoning love or attraction) :: infatuació {f}
in favor of {prep} (in support of) :: a favor de
infection {n} (uncontrolled growth of harmful microorganisms in a host) :: infecció {f}
infectious {adj} (transmitted between persons as illness) :: infecciós
infectious {adj} (able to infect others) :: infecciós
infectious {adj} (spreading quickly between persons) :: infecciós
infelicitous {adj} (unhappy or unfortunate) :: infeliç {m} {f}, desgraciat
infelicitous {adj} (inappropriate or awkward; not well said, expressed, or done) :: maldestre, inadequat, impropi
inferiority {n} (quality of being inferior) :: inferioritat {f}
inferior nasal concha {n} (The largest of the three nasal concha located within the nasal cavity) :: cornet inferior {m}
infeudate {v} (to invest with feudal powers) :: infeudar
infidel {n} (non-believer) :: infidel {m} {f}
infidelity {n} (unfaithfulness in marriage or other moral obligation) :: infidelitat {f}
infidelity {n} (lack of religious belief) :: infidelitat {f}
infield {n} (baseball: The region of the field roughly bounded by the home plate, first base, second base and third base.) :: camp interior {m}
infielder {n} (A player that plays in the infield.) :: interior {m} {f}
infield fly {n} (baseball) :: vol interior {m}
infiltrate {v} (to surreptitiously penetrate, enter or gain access) :: infiltrar
infiltrate {v} (to cause a fluid to pass through a substance by filtration) :: infiltrar
infinite {adj} (boundless, endless) :: infinit
infinite {adj} (greater than any positive quantity or magnitude) :: infinit
infinite {adj} (having infinitely many elements) :: infinit
infinitesimal calculus {n} (Differential calculus and integral calculus considered together as a single subject) :: càlcul infinitesimal {m}
infinitive {n} (uninflected verb form) :: infinitiu {m}
infinity {n} (endlessness, unlimitedness, absence of end or limit) :: infinitat {f}
infinity {n} (a number that has an infinite, uncountable numerical value) :: infinitat {f}
infix {n} (morpheme inserted into word) :: infix {m}
inflammable {adj} (capable of burning) :: inflamable, combustible
inflammation {n} (act of inflaming, kindling, or setting on fire; also, the state of being inflamed) :: inflamació {f}
inflammation {n} (medical condition) :: inflamació {f}
inflate {v} (to enlarge the volume occupied by an object) :: inflar, unflar
inflate {v} (to enlarge a volume) :: inflar, unflar
inflation {n} (expansion or increase in size) :: inflament {f}
inflation {n} (increase in prices) :: inflació {f}
inflection {n} (change in the form of a word that reflects a change in grammatical function) :: flexió {f}
inflection {n} (change in pitch or tone of voice) :: inflexió {f}
inflexibility {n} (quality of being inflexible) :: inflexibilitat {f}
inflexible {adj} (stiff, rigid) :: inflexible
inflexible {adj} (obstinate, stubborn) :: inflexible
inflexibly {adv} (in an inflexible manner) :: inflexiblement
inflict {v} (thrust upon, impose) :: infligir
inflorescence {n} (flower cluster) :: inflorescència {f}
influence {n} (power to affect, control or manipulate) :: influència {f}
influence {n} (action exerted by a person or thing with power to cause change) :: influència {f}
influence {n} (person or thing exerting such power or action) :: influència {f}
influence {v} (transitive: to exert an influence upon) :: influenciar
influence {v} (intransitive: to exert influence) :: influir
influenza {n} (an acute contagious disease of the upper airways and lungs) :: grip {f}, influença {f}
informal {adj} (not formal or ceremonious) :: informal
informality {n} (condition of being informal) :: informalitat {f}
informally {adv} (in an informal manner) :: informalment
information {n} (communicable knowledge) :: informació {f}
informational {adj} (giving, related to information) :: orientatiu
informative {adj} (providing useful or interesting information) :: informatiu
infra- {prefix} (below, beneath, inferior) :: infra-
infrared {n} (infrared radiation) :: infraroig {m}
infrared {adj} (having the wavelength in the infrared) :: infraroig
infrasound {n} (low-frequency sound waves) :: infrasò {m}
infrastructure {n} (underlying base or foundation especially for an organization or system) :: infraestructura {f}
infrastructure {n} (basic facilities, services and installations needed for the functioning of a community or society) :: infraestructura {f}
infrequent {adj} (Not frequent; not happening frequently) :: infreqüent
infringe {v} (to break or violate a treaty, a law, a right etc.) :: infringir
in front of {prep} (at or near the front part of) :: enfront de, davant
in front of {prep} (in the presence of someone) :: davant
in front of {prep} (located before (something else)) :: davant
infusion {n} (a product consisting of a liquid which has had other ingredients steeped in it to extract useful qualities) :: infusió {f}
infusion {n} (act of steeping or soaking a substance in liquid so as to extract medicinal or herbal qualities) :: infusió {f}
infusorium {n} (a minute aquatic creature) :: infusori {m}
in general {adv} (generally) SEE: generally ::
ingenious {adj} (displaying genius or brilliance; tending to invent) :: enginyós
ingenious {adj} (characterized by genius; cleverly done or contrived) :: enginyós
ingenious {adj} (witty; original; shrewd; adroit; keen; sagacious) :: enginyós
ingenuity {n} (ability to come up with solutions to difficult problems) :: enginy {m}
ingest {v} (to take into, or as into, the stomach or alimentary canal) :: ingerir
ingestion {n} (the action of ingesting) :: ingestió {f}
in good hands {prep} (under guidance) :: en bones mans
ingot {n} (solid block of more or less pure metal) :: lingot {m}
ingredient {n} (substance present in a mixture) :: ingredient {m}
Ingush {adj} (of, or pertaining to Ingushetia) :: ingúix
Ingush {n} (person) :: ingúix {m}
Ingush {prop} (Caucasian language) :: ingúix {m}
Ingushetia {prop} (federal subject of Russia) :: Ingúixia {f}
inhabit {v} (to live or reside in some place) :: habitar
inhabit {v} (to be present in some place) :: habitar
inhabitant {n} (Someone or thing who lives in a place) :: habitant {m}
inhalation {n} (the act of inhaling) :: inhalació {f}
inhalation {n} (the substance which is inhaled) :: inhalació {f}
inhale {v} (to draw air into the lungs) :: inhalar
inhale {v} (to draw something into the nose or lungs) :: inhalar, aspirar inspirar
inherent {adj} (natural part or consequence) :: inherent
inherit {v} (to receive property or a title by legal succession etc.) :: heretar
inherit {v} (to receive a characteristic by genetic transmission) :: heretar
inheritor {n} (heir) SEE: heir ::
inhibit {v} (to hold in or hold back; to restrain) :: inhibir
inhibition {n} (Act of inhibiting) :: inhibició {f}
inhibition {n} (State of being inhibited) :: inhibició {f}
inhospitable {adj} (Not offering shelter) :: inhòspit
inhuman {adj} (of or pertaining to inhumanity) :: inhumà
inhumation {n} (The act of burial) :: inhumació {f}
inion {n} (small protuberance on the skull) :: ini {m}, ínion {m}
iniquity {n} (deviation from right) :: iniquitat {f}
iniquity {n} (wrongful act) :: iniquitat {f}
initial {adj} (chronologically first) :: inicial
initial {adj} (spatially first) :: inicial
initial {n} (first letter of a word) :: inicial
initial {n} (first letters of a person's name as a unit) :: inicials {p}
initial {n} (calligraphy: distinguished initial letter) :: caplletra
initial {n} (first part of a syllable (onset)) :: obertura
initialize {v} (to assign initial values to something) :: inicialitzar
initialize {v} (to assign an initial value to a variable) :: inicialitzar
initialize {v} (to format a storage medium prior to use) :: inicialitzar
initialize {v} (to prepare any hardware for use) :: inicialitzar
initiative {n} (a beginning; a first move) :: iniciativa {f}
initiative {n} (the ability to act first or on one's own) :: iniciativa {f}
initiative {n} (issue to be voted on) :: iniciativa {f}
inject {v} (to push or pump something in) :: injectar
inject {v} (to introduce something sudddenly or violently) :: injectar
inject {v} (to administer an injection to) :: injectar
injection {n} (act of injecting, or something injected) :: injecció {f}
injection {n} (medicine: something injected) :: injecció {f}
injure {v} (to wound or cause physical harm) :: ferir
injury {n} (wound) SEE: wound ::
injury {n} (damage or violation) :: ferida {f}
injustice {n} (absence of justice) :: injustícia {f}
injustice {n} (violation of the rights of another) :: injustícia {f}
ink {n} (coloured fluid used for writing) :: tinta {f}
ink {n} (dark fluid ejected by squid etc) :: tinta {m}
ink {v} (apply ink) :: tintar
ink {v} (sign a document) :: signar
ink {v} (apply a tattoo) :: tatuar
ink bottle {n} (inkwell) SEE: inkwell ::
inkpot {n} (inkwell) SEE: inkwell ::
inkwell {n} (container for ink) :: tinter {m} [used in both standard Catalan and Algherese]
in-law {n} (father-in-law) SEE: father-in-law ::
in-law {n} (mother-in-law) SEE: mother-in-law ::
inlay {n} (material placed within another material as decoration.) :: incrustació {f}
in lieu {adv} (instead (of); in place (of)) :: en comptes de, en lloc de
in-line skate {n} (roller skate with all wheels aligned) SEE: rollerblade ::
in love {prep} (of a person or persons: enamored) :: enamorat
in love {prep} (followed by "with": enamored (of a person, etc.)) :: enamorat
inmate {n} (one confined to institution, such as a prison) :: internat {m}, intern {m}
inmate {n} (one who occupies a dwelling-house) :: resident {m} {f}
inn {n} (lodging) :: posada {f}
innate {adj} (inborn) :: innat
inner {adj} (being or occurring inside) :: interior
inner core {n} (innermost part of the Earth) :: nucli intern
Inner Mongolia {prop} (an autonomous region in northern China) :: Mongòlia Interior {f}
inning {n} (a period of play in baseball) :: entrada {f}
innocence {n} (absence of responsibility for a crime) :: innocència {f}
innocent {adj} (pure, free from sin, untainted) :: innocent
innocent {adj} (not legally responsible for a wrongful act) :: innocent
innocent {adj} (naive, artless) :: innocent
innocent {adj} (harmless in intent) :: innocent
innocently {adv} (in an innocent manner) :: innocentment
innocuous {adj} (harmless) :: innocu
innocuously {adv} (in an innocuous manner) :: innòcuament
innovate {v} (to introduce changes) :: innovar
innovative {adj} (characterized by the creation of new ideas or things) :: innovador
innovative {adj} (forward looking; ahead of current thinking) :: innovador
innovator {n} (someone who innovates) :: innovador {m}
inoculate {v} (to provide immunity) :: inocular
inoffensive {adj} (not offensive) :: inofensiu
inoffensive {adj} (harmless) :: inofensiu
in operation {prep} (operating) :: en operació
inorganic {adj} (relating to a compound that does not contain carbon) :: inorgànic
inorganic chemistry {n} (chemistry of elements and non-carbon containing compounds) :: química inorgànica {f}
in place of {prep} (in place of) :: en lloc de, en comptes de
in principle {prep} (according to theory) :: en principi
in question {adj} (under consideration or discussion) :: en qüestió
inquiry {n} (the act of inquiring) :: indagació {f}, perquisició {f}
insane asylum {n} (mental hospital) SEE: mental hospital ::
insanity {n} (state of being insane) :: insanitat {f}, bogeria {f}
insatiable {adj} (not satiable; incapable of being satisfied or appeased) :: insaciable
inscribe {v} (to write or cut words onto something) :: inscriure
inscribe {v} (to draw a circle, sphere) :: inscriure
inscription {n} (carved text) :: inscripció {f}
inscrutable {adj} (difficult or impossible to comprehend, fathom or interpret) :: inescrutable, insondable
in secret {prep} (secretly) SEE: secretly ::
insect {n} (arthropod of class insecta) :: insecte
insectarium {n} (insectarium) :: insectari {m}
insecticide {n} (A substance used to kill insects) :: insecticida {m}
insectivorous {adj} (feeding on insects) :: insectívor
insecure {adj} (not secure) :: insegur
inseminate {v} (to disperse or plant seds) SEE: sow ::
insemination {n} (act of making pregnant) :: inseminació {f}
insensible {adj} (incapable of emotional feeling) :: insensible
insensitive {adj} (not having normal physical feeling) :: insensible
insensitive {adj} (not having normal emotional feelings, cold, tactless, undiplomatic) :: insensible
inseparable {adj} (unable to be separated) :: inseparable
inseparably {adv} (in an inseparable manner) :: inseparablement
insertion {n} (act of inserting, or something inserted) :: inserció {f}
inshallah {interj} (God willing (Islam)) :: si déu vol
inside {n} (interior or inner part) :: interior {m}
inside {prep} (within the interior of something, closest to the center or to a specific point of reference) :: dins
inside {adv} (within the interior) :: dins
inside {adj} (within) :: dins
insignificance {n} (quality of being insignificant) :: insignificança {f}
insignificant {adj} (not significant; not important) :: insignificant
insinuate {v} (make way for by subtle means) :: insinuar
insinuate {v} (hint at (something)) :: insinuar
insinuation {n} (a suggestion or intimation by distant allusion) :: insinuació {f}
insipid {adj} (unappetizingly flavorless) :: insípid
insipid {adj} (flat; lacking character or definition) :: insípid
insipid {adj} (cloyingly sentimental) :: insípid
insipidly {adv} (in an insipid manner) :: insípidament
insist {v} (to hold up a claim emphatically) :: insistir
insist {v} (to demand that something be done) :: insistir
insistence {n} (state of being insistent) :: insistència {f}
insistence {n} (urgent demand) :: insistència {f}
insolency {n} (quality of being insolent) :: insolència {f}
insolency {n} (act of insolence) :: insolència {f}
insolent {adj} (insulting in manner or words) :: insolent
insolent {adj} (rude) :: insolent
insoluble {adj} (not soluble) :: insoluble
insoluble {adj} (not solvable) :: insoluble
insolvent {adj} (Unable to pay) :: insolvent
insomnia {n} (sleeping disorder) :: insomni {m}
insomniac {adj} (suffering from or pertaining to insomnia) :: insomne
in spades {prep} (to excess) :: a dojo
inspect {v} (examine critically, scrutinize) :: inspeccionar
inspect {v} (view and examine officially) :: inspeccionar
inspection {n} (the act of examining something, often closely) :: inspecció {f}
inspire {v} (to inhale) SEE: inhale ::
inspiring {adj} (providing inspiration; encouraging; stimulating) :: inspirador
in spite of {prep} (despite) :: malgrat
instability {n} (quality of being unstable) :: inestabilitat {f}
install {v} (set something up for use) :: instal·lar
install {v} (establish or settle in) :: instal·lar
installation {n} (act of installing) :: instal·lació {f}
installation {n} (something installed) :: instal·lació {f}
instantaneous {adj} (occurring, arising, or functioning without any delay; happening within an imperceptibly brief period of time) :: instantani
instead of {prep} (in lieu of; in place of; rather than) :: en comptes de
instigation {n} (act of instigating) :: instigació {f}
instinct {n} (natural or inherent impulse or behaviour) :: instint {m}
instinctive {adj} (related to or prompted by instinct) :: instintiu
instinctive {adj} (driven by impulse, spontaneous and without thinking) :: instintiu
institutional {adj} (rudimentary) SEE: rudimentary ::
institutional {adj} :: institucional
instruction {n} (act of instructing, teaching, or furnishing with knowledge; information) :: instrucció {f}
instructive {adj} (Conveying knowledge, information or instruction) :: instructiu
instrument {n} (musical device) :: instrument {m}
instrument {n} (tool) :: instrument {m}
instrumentalist {n} (one who plays a musical instrument) :: instrumentista {m} {f}
insufficient {adj} (Not sufficient) :: insuficient
insufficiently {adv} (not sufficiently) :: insuficientment
insular {adj} (of, pertaining to, or resembling an island or islands) :: insular
insular {adj} (separate or isolated from the surroundings) :: aïllat, isolat
insulate {v} (to separate or detach) :: aïllar, isolar
insulate {v} (to separate so as to prevent a transfer) :: aïllar, isolar
insulator {n} (substance) :: aïllant {m}
insulator {n} (structure) :: aïllant {m}
insulin {n} (polypeptide hormone) :: insulina
insult {v} (to be rude) :: insultar
insult {n} (action or speech deliberately intended to be rude) :: insult {m}
insult {n} (anything that causes offence/offense by being of an unacceptable quality) :: insult {m}
insulting {adj} (containing insult, or having the intention of insulting) :: insultant
insultive {adj} (insulting) SEE: insulting ::
in summary {prep} (to summarize) :: en resum
insurance {n} (indemnity) :: assegurança {f}
insurgent {adj} (rebellious) :: insurgent
insurgent {n} (rebel) :: insurgent {m} {f}
intact {adj} (untouched) :: intacte
intangible {adj} (incapable of being perceived) :: intangible
integer {n} (a number that is not a fraction) :: enter
integrable {adj} (able to be integrated) :: integrable
integrate {v} (to form into one whole) :: integrar
integrate {v} (to subject to the operation of integration; to find the integral of) :: integrar
integrity {n} (steadfast adherence to a strict moral or ethical code) :: integritat {f}
integrity {n} (state of being wholesome; unimpaired) :: integritat {f}
integrity {n} (quality or condition of being complete; pure) :: enteresa {f}
intel {n} (intelligence) SEE: intelligence ::
intellectual {adj} (spiritual) SEE: spiritual ::
intellectual {adj} (belonging to, or performed by, the intellect; mental or cognitive) :: intel·lectual
intellectual {n} (intelligent person, interested in intellectual matters) :: intel·lectual {m} {f}
intelligence {n} (capacity of mind) :: intel·ligència {f}, seny {m}, llestesa {f}
intelligence {n} (entity that has such capacities) :: intel·ligència {f}
intelligence quotient {n} (IQ score) :: quocient intel·lectual {m}
intelligent {adj} (of high or especially quick cognitive capacity, bright) :: intel·ligent
intelligent {adj} (well thought-out, well considered) :: intel·ligent
intelligent {adj} (characterized by thoughtful interaction) :: intel·ligent
intelligent design {prop} (intelligent design / Intelligent Design) :: disseny intel·ligent {m}
intelligently {adv} (cleverly) :: intel·ligentment
intelligibility {n} (intelligible) :: intel·ligibilitat {f}
intelligible {adj} (capable of being understood) :: intel·ligible
intelligibly {adv} (in an intelligible manner) :: intel·ligiblement
intempestive {adj} (untimely) :: intempestiu
intempestivity {n} (unseasonability; untimeliness) :: intempestivitat
intense {adj} (strained; tightly drawn) :: intens
intense {adj} (extreme in degree) :: intens
intensely {adv} (in an intense manner) :: intensament
intensely {adv} (to an intense degree) :: intensament
intensify {v} (to render more intense) :: intensificar
intensity {n} (quality of being intense) :: intensitat {f}
intensive {adj} (demanding, requiring a great amount) :: intensiu
intensively {adv} (in an intensive way) :: intensivament
intention {n} (course intended to follow) :: intenció {f}
intentional {adj} (intended or planned; done deliberately or voluntarily) :: intencionat
intentional {adj} (done with intent) :: intencionat
intentionally {adv} (intentional manner, on purpose) :: intencionadament, intencionalment
intentional walk {n} ((baseball)) :: base per boles intencionada {f}
inter- {prefix} (among, between) :: inter-
inter {v} (bury in a grave) :: enterrar
interact {v} (act upon each other) :: interactuar, relacionar-se
interaction {n} (situation or occurrence in which two or more objects or events act upon one another) :: interacció {f}
interaction {n} (conversation or exchange between people) :: interacció {f}
interactive {adj} (acting with each other) :: interactiu
interactive {adj} (responding to the user) :: interactiu
interactivity {n} (quality of being interactive) :: interactivitat {f}
intercalary {adj} (of a time period, inserted between others) :: intercalar
intercede {v} (to plea on someone else's behalf) :: intercedir
intercept {v} (to stop, deflect or divert) :: interceptar
intercept {v} (to gain possession of) :: interceptar
interception {n} (American football) :: intercepció {f}
intercessor {n} (one who intercedes) :: intercessor {m}
interchangeable {adj} (freely substitutable) :: intercanviable
intercity {adj} (that connects cities one with another) :: interurbà
intercom {n} (an electronic communication system) :: intèrfon {m}
intercontinental {adj} (between two or more continents) :: intercontinental
interdiction {n} (act of interdicting) :: interdicció {f}
interdiction {n} (military) :: interdicció {f}
interdisciplinary {adj} (of or pertaining to multiple distinct academic disciplines or fields of study) :: interdisciplinari
interest {n} (great attention and concern from someone) :: interès {m}
interested {adj} (having or showing interest) :: interessat
interestedly {adv} (in an interested manner) :: interessadament
interesting {adj} (arousing or holding the attention) :: interessant
interface {n} (computing: point of interconnection between systems or subsystems) :: interfície {f}
interfere {v} (be correlated with each other when overlapped or superposed) :: interferir
interfere {v} :: destorbar, dificultar
interference {n} (illegal obstruction of an opponent in some ball games) :: interferència {f}
intergalactic {adj} (occurring between galaxies) :: intergalàctic
interim {adj} (transitional) :: interí
interim {adj} (temporary) :: interí
interior {adj} (having to do with the inner part of something) :: interior
interior {adj} (having to do with the inland parts of a country) :: interior
interior {n} (the inside of an enclosed structure) :: interior {m}
interjection {n} (exclamation or filled pause in grammar) :: interjecció {f}
Interlaken {prop} (town) :: Interlaken {m}
interlanguage {n} (creole) SEE: creole ::
Interlingua {prop} (interlanguage based on Romance languages) :: interlingua {f}
interlocutor {n} (A person who takes part in dialogue or conversation) :: interlocutor {m}, interlocutora {f}
interlude {n} (entertainment between the acts of a play) :: interludi {m}
interlude {n} (short piece put between the parts of a longer composition) :: interludi {m}
intermediate {adj} (being between two extremes, or in the middle of a range) :: intermedi
interment {n} (The act of burying a dead body; burial) :: enterrament {m}
interminable {adj} (existing or occurring without interruption or end) :: interminable
interminate {adj} (interminable) SEE: interminable ::
interminated {adj} (interminable) SEE: interminable ::
intermission {n} (break between performances or sessions) :: intermedi {m}
intermittent {adj} (stopping and starting at intervals) :: intermitent
intermittently {adv} (Stopping or starting at intervals) :: intermitentment
internal {adj} (inside of something) :: intern
internal {adj} (within the body) :: intern
internal {adj} (concerned with the domestic affairs of a nation, state etc.) :: intern
internal {adj} (concerned with the non-public affairs of a company or other organisation) :: intern
internalize {v} (make something internal) :: interioritzar
internally {adv} (In an internal manner) :: internament
internally {adv} (With regard to internal affairs) :: internament
internally {adv} (Inwardly; spiritually) :: interiorment
international {adj} (between, concerning, or transcending multiple nations) :: internacional
International Court of Justice {prop} (UN court) :: Tribunal Internacional de Justícia {m}
internationalise {v} (to make international) SEE: internationalize ::
internationalism {n} (cooperation between nations) :: internacionalisme {m}
internationalize {v} (to make something international) :: internacionalitzar
internationally {adv} (in an international manner) :: internacionalment
international organisation {n} (organisation established by treaty) :: organització internacional
International Phonetic Alphabet {prop} (standardized symbols for speech) :: Alfabet Fonètic Internacional {m}
International Telecommunication Union {prop} (United Nations agency) :: Unió Internacional de Telecomunicacions
internaut {n} (internaut) :: internauta {m} {f}, cibernauta {m} {f}
internet {n} (the Internet, largest global internet) SEE: Internet ::
Internet {prop} (specific internet consisting of the global network of computers) :: Internet {f}, xarxa {f}
internship {n} (job taken by a student) :: passantia
interoperability {n} (computing) :: interoperativitat {f}
interpersonal {adj} (between persons) :: interpersonal
interplanetary {adj} (existing or occurring between between planets) :: interplanetari
interpolate {v} (to estimate the value of a function) :: interpolar
interposition {n} (the act of interposing, or the state of being interposed) :: interposició {f}
interpret {v} (to explain or tell the meaning of) :: interpretar
interpret {v} (to apprehend and represent by means of art) :: interpretar
interpret {v} (to act as an interpreter) :: interpretar
interpretation {n} (act of interpreting) :: interpretació {f}
interpretation {n} (sense given by an interpreter) :: interpretació {f}
interpreter {n} (one who interprets speech) :: intèrpret {m} {f}
interpreter {n} (computer program) :: intèrpret {m}
interpunct {n} (punctuation mark) :: punt volat {m}
interrogate {v} (to question or quiz) :: interrogar
interrogation mark {n} (question mark) SEE: question mark ::
interrogation point {n} (question mark) SEE: question mark ::
interrogatively {adv} (in an interrogative manner) :: interrogativament
interrupt {v} (to disturb or halt an ongoing process or action) :: interrompre
intersex {n} (condition) SEE: intersexuality ::
intersex {n} (individual) :: intersexe {m} {f}
intersexual {adj} (biology: having both male and female characteristics) :: intersexual
intersexual {n} :: intersexual
intersexuality {n} (the state of having physical features of both sexes) :: intersexualitat
interval {n} (intermission) SEE: intermission ::
interval {n} (sports:half time) SEE: half time ::
intervene {v} (to come between, or to be between, persons or things) :: intervenir
intervention {n} (act of intervening) :: intervenció {f}
intervertebral disc {n} (disc between the vertebra in the spine) :: disc intervertebral {m}
interview {n} (conversation with journalist etc.) :: entrevista {f}, interviu {m}
interview {n} (a formal meeting for the assessment of a candidate or applicant) :: entrevista {f}
interview {v} (to have an interview) :: entrevistar
interviewer {n} (one who interviews) :: entrevistador {m}
interwar {adj} (Relating to the time between two wars) :: entreguerres [only used in the form "d'entreguerres"]
intestinal {adj} (relating to the intestines) :: intestinal
intestine {n} (alimentary canal) :: intestí {m}, budell {m}
intestine {n} (subdivision of the alimentary canal) :: intestí {m}, budell {m}
in the event {conj} (if) SEE: if ::
in the flesh {prep} (with one's own body and presence) :: en car i òs, en persona
in the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king {proverb} (In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king) :: al pais del cecs, el tort és el rei
in the long run {prep} (eventually) :: a llarg termini
in the long term {prep} (eventually) SEE: in the long run ::
in the meantime {prep} (meanwhile) SEE: meanwhile ::
in the mood {adj} (disposed to do (something)) :: tenir ganes de, estar d'humor per
intifada {n} (intifada) :: intifada {f}
intimacy {n} (feeling of closeness and openness towards someone else) :: intimitat {f}
intimate {adj} (closely acquainted; familiar) :: íntim
intimate {adj} (of or involved in a sexual relationship) :: íntim
intimate {adj} (personal, private) :: íntim
intimidate {v} (to make timid or fearful) :: intimidar
intolerable {adj} (not tolerable) :: intolerable
intolerably {adv} (in an intolerable manner) :: intolerablement
intolerant {adj} (unable or indisposed to tolerate, endure or bear) :: intolerant
intolerant {adj} (not tolerant; close-minded about new or different ideas) :: intolerant
intonation {n} (the rise and fall of the voice in speaking) :: entonació {f}
in touch {prep} (in contact, or in communication) :: en contacte
intracellular {adj} (within a cell) :: intracel·lular
intransigent {adj} (unwilling to compromise or moderate a position) :: intransigent
intransitive {adj} (of a verb, not taking a direct object) :: intransitiu
intransitively {adv} (in an intransitive manner) :: intransitivament
intravenous {adj} (inside the veins) :: intravenós
intrepid {adj} (fearless) :: intrèpid
intricate {adj} (having a great deal of fine detail or complexity) :: intricat
intrigue {n} (plot or scheme) :: intriga
intrigue {v} (to plan) :: intrigar
intriguing {adj} (causing a desire to know more) :: intrigant
intrinsic {adj} (inherent) :: intrínsec
intrinsic {adj} (situated or produced inside an organ) :: intrínsec
introduce {v} (to add something to a system, a mixture, or a container) :: introduir
introduce {v} (to bring into practice) :: introduir
introduction {n} (act or process of introducing) :: introducció {f}
introduction {n} (means of presenting one person to another) :: presentació {f}
introductory {adj} (introducing) :: introductori
introspective {adj} (examining one's own perceptions and sensory experiences) :: introspectiu
introverted {adj} (possessing the characteristic property of an introvert) :: introvertit
intubate {v} (to insert a tube into) :: intubar
intuit {v} (to know intuitively) :: intuir
intuition {n} (immediate cognition without the use of rational processes) :: intuïció {f}
intuition {n} (perceptive insight gained by the use of this faculty) :: intuïció {f}
intuitive {adj} (automatic, without requiring conscious thought) :: intuïtiu
in two days {prep} (day after tomorrow) SEE: day after tomorrow ::
inundate {v} (to cover with large amounts of water) :: inundar
inundate {v} (to overwhelm) :: inundar
invade {v} (to enter by force in order to conquer) :: envair
invader {n} (one who invades; an assailant; an encroacher; an intruder) :: invasor
invaginate {v} (to fold up into a pouch-like structure) :: invaginar
in vain {adv} (without success) :: en va
invalid {adj} (not valid) :: invàlid
invalidate {v} (to make invalid) :: invalidar
invariable {adj} (not variable) :: invariable
invasion {n} (military action) :: invasió {f}
invasive {adj} (invading a foreign country) :: invasiu
invasive {adj} (of a plant or animal) :: invasiu
invasive {adj} (in medicine) :: invasiu
invasive {adj} (intruding on one's privacy) :: invasiu
invent {v} (design a new process or mechanism) :: inventar
invent {v} (create something fictional) :: inventar
invented {adj} (imaginary) SEE: imaginary ::
invention {n} (something invented) :: invenció {f}, invent {m}
invention {n} :: invenció {f}
inventive {adj} (of, or relating to invention) :: inventiu
inventive {adj} (creative, or skilful at inventing) :: enginyós
inventorize {v} (to make an inventory of) SEE: inventory ::
inventory {n} (stock of an item on hand at a particular location or business) :: inventari {m}
inventory {n} (detailed list of all of the items on hand) :: inventari {m}
inventory {n} (process of producing or updating such a list) :: inventari {m}
inventory {v} (to take stock of the resources or items on hand; to produce an inventory) :: inventariar
inverse {adj} (opposite in effect or nature) :: invers
inverse {adj} (reverse, opposite in order) :: invers
inverse {adj} ((mathematics) having the properties of an inverse) :: invers
inverse function {n} (function that does the opposite of another) :: funció inversa {f}
invert {n} (homosexual) SEE: homosexual ::
invert {v} (turn upside down or inside out) :: invertir
invertebrate {n} (animal without backbone) :: invertebrat {m}
invertebrate {adj} (lacking backbone) :: invertebrat
invest {v} (to commit resources in the hope of financial gain) :: invertir
invest {v} (to spend money, time, effort into sthg) :: invertir
invest {v} (to ceremonially install into office) :: investir
invest {v} (to formally give power) :: investir
invest {v} (to make investments) :: invertir
investigate {v} (to inquire into, study) :: investigar
investigate {v} (to examine) :: investigar
investigate {v} (to conduct an inquiry or examination) :: investigar
investigation {n} (the act of investigating) :: investigació {f}
inveterate {adj} (malignant) SEE: malignant ::
inveterate {adj} (firmly established) :: inveterat
inveterate {adj} (whose habits are firmly established) :: inveterat
invincible {adj} (impossible to defeat, destroy or kill) :: invencible
invincible {n} (someone who cannot be defeated, destroyed or killed) :: invencible
invisibility {n} (the state of being invisible) :: invisibilitat {f}
invisible {adj} (unable to be seen) :: invisible
invisibly {adv} (in a way that can not be seen) :: invisiblement
invite {v} (ask for the presence or participation of someone) :: invitar, convidar
invite {v} (request formally) :: invitar, convidar
invite {n} ((informal) invitation) :: invitació
invite {v} (encourage) SEE: encourage ::
in vitro {adj} (adjective: in an artificial environment outside the living organism) :: in vitro
invoke {v} (call upon someone for help etc.) :: invocar
invoke {v} (appeal for validation to a (notably cited) authority) :: invocar
invoke {v} (solicit, petition for) :: invocar
involuntarily {adv} (in an involuntary manner) :: involuntàriament
involuntary {adj} (Without intention; unintentional) :: involuntari
involuntary {adj} (Not voluntary or willing; contrary or opposed to explicit will or desire; unwilling) :: involuntari
involved {adj} (complicated) SEE: complicated ::
invulnerable {adj} (incapable of being wounded) :: invulnerable
iodine {n} (element) :: iode
ion {n} (atom or group of atoms bearing an electrical charge) :: {m}
Ionian Islands {prop} (a group of islands in the Ionian Sea) :: Illes Jòniques {f-p}
ionic {adj} (of, relating to, or containing ions) :: iònic
ionize {v} (to dissociate atoms or molecules into electrically charged species) :: ionitzar
ionosphere {n} (part of Earth's atmosphere) :: ionosfera {f}
iota {n} (Greek letter) :: iota {f}
iota {n} (small amount) :: iota {f}
IPA {n} (International Phonetic Alphabet) :: AFI
IP address {n} (number assigned to each computer's network interface) :: adreça IP
IQ {n} (abbreviation of intelligence quotient) :: QI
Iran {prop} (country in Western Asia) :: Iran {m}
Irani {adj} (Iranian) SEE: Iranian ::
Irani {n} (Iranian) SEE: Iranian ::
Iranian {n} (person from Iran or of Iranian descent) :: iranià {m}
Iranian {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Iran, the people or Iranian languages) :: iranià
Iraq {prop} (country) :: Iraq {m}
Iraqi {n} (person from Iraq) :: iraquià {m}
Iraqi {adj} (from or pertaining to Iraq) :: iraquià
irate {adj} (extremely angry) :: irat
ire {n} (great anger) :: ira {f}
Ireland {prop} (island) :: Irlanda {f}
Irene {prop} (female given name) :: Irene
iridectomy {n} (removal of part of the iris) :: iridectomia {f}
iridescence {n} (The condition or state of being iridescent; exhibition of colors like those of the rainbow; a prismatic play of color) :: iridescència {f}
iridium {n} (chemical element) :: iridi {m}
iris {n} (part of the eye) :: iris {m}
Irish {prop} (the language) :: irlandès {m}, gaèlic irlandès {m}; [Valencian] irlandés {m}, gaèlic irlandés {m}
Irish {n} (the people) :: irlandesos {m-p}
Irish {adj} (pertaining to or originating from Ireland or the Irish people) :: irlandès; [Valencian] irlandés
Irish {adj} (pertaining to the language) :: irlandès; [Valencian] irlandés
Irish coffee {n} (coffee with a dash of whiskey, topped with whipped cream) :: cafè irlandès {m}
Irishman {n} (man from Ireland) :: irlandès {m}; [Valencian] irlandés {m}
Irish setter {n} (a breed of gun dog) :: setter irlandès {m}
Irishwoman {n} (woman from Ireland) :: irlandesa {f}
iron {n} (element) :: ferro {m}
iron {n} (for pressing clothes) :: planxa {f}
iron {n} (type of golf club) :: ferro {m}
iron {adj} (made of iron) :: de ferro
iron {v} (to pass an iron over clothing) :: planxar
Iron Age {prop} (archaeology) :: edat del ferro {f}
ironclad {n} (armor-plated warship) :: cuirassat
Iron Curtain {prop} (the dividing line between western Europe and the Soviet controlled regions) :: Teló d'Acer {m}
ironic {adj} (characterized by irony) :: irònic
ironically {adv} (In an ironic manner) :: irònicament
iron oxide {n} (compound) :: òxid de ferro {m}
ironsmith {n} (blacksmith) SEE: blacksmith ::
irony {n} (statement that may mean the opposite of what is written literally) :: ironia {f}
irony {n} (condition contrary to expectations) :: ironia {f}
irrational {adj} (unfounded or nonsensical) :: bèstia, irracional
irrational {adj} (mathematics: of a number) :: irracional
irrationalism {n} (philosophical movement) :: irracionalisme {m}
irrationally {adv} (in an irrational manner) :: irracionalment
irrational number {n} (real number that is not rational) :: nombre irracional {m}
Irrawaddy {prop} (river that flows through Burma) :: Irauadi
irrecoverable {adj} (irremediable) SEE: irremediable ::
irrefutable {adj} (undeniable, unable to be disproved) :: irrefutable
irregular {adj} (non-standard) :: irregular
irregular {adj} (in grammar, applied to verbs) :: irregular
irregularity {n} (instance being irregular) :: irregularitat {f}
irregularity {n} (state or condition of being irregular) :: irregularitat {f}
irregularity {n} (object or event that is not regular) :: irregularitat {f}
irregularly {adv} (in an irregular manner; without rule, method, or order) :: irregularment
irregular verb {n} (verb that does not follow the normal rules for its conjugation) :: verb irregular {m}
irrelevant {adj} (not related, not applicable, unimportant, not connected) :: irrellevant
irremediable {adj} (unable to be remedied) :: irremeiable
irremediably {adv} (in an irremediable way) :: irremeiablement
irreparable {adj} (that is unable to be repaired) :: irreparable
irreparably {adv} (such that it cannot be repaired) :: irreparablement
irreplaceable {adj} (that cannot be replaced) :: irreemplaçable, insubstituïble
irrepressible {adj} (Not containable or controllable) :: irreprimible
irresistible {adj} (not able to be resisted) :: irresistible
irresistibly {adv} (in an irresistible manner) :: irresistiblement
irresponsible {adj} (lacking a sense of responsibility) :: irresponsable
irresponsible {adj} (not responsible; not subject to responsibility) :: irresponsable
irreverent {adj} (lacking respect or seriousness) :: irreverent
irreversible {adj} (incapable of being reversed) :: irreversible
irrigate {v} (to supply farmland with water) :: irrigar
irritability {n} (state or quality of being irritable) :: irritabilitat {f}
irritable {adj} (capable of being irritated) :: irritable
irritable {adj} (easily exasperated or excited) :: irritable
irritating {adj} (causing irritation, annoyance or pain) :: irritant
irritation {n} (the act of irritating) :: irritació {f}
irruption {n} (action of irrupting) :: irrupció {f}
Irtysh {prop} (river in Siberia) :: Irtix {m}
is {v} :: és, està
Isaac {prop} (son of Abraham and Sarah) :: Isaac
ischiatic nerve {n} (sciatic nerve) SEE: sciatic nerve ::
ischium {n} (the lowest of three bones of the pelvis) :: isqui {m}, ísquium {m}
-ise {suffix} (-ize) SEE: -ize ::
Isernia {prop} (town) :: Isernia
Ishmael {prop} (eldest son of Abraham) :: Ismael
Isidore {prop} (male given name) :: Isidre {m}
Isis {prop} (ancient Egyptian goddess of fertility) :: Isis {f}
Islam {prop} (religion) :: islam {m}, islamisme {m}
Islamic {adj} (Adjectival form of Islam) :: islàmic {m}, islàmica {f}
Islamic Republic of Pakistan {prop} (Islamic Republic of Pakistan) :: República Islàmica del Pakistan {f}
island {n} (area of land completely surrounded by water) :: illa {f}
island {n} (entity surrounded by other entities that are very different from itself) :: illa {f}
islander {n} (person who lives on an island) :: illenc {m}, illenca {f}
isle {n} (isle) SEE: island ::
Isle of Man {prop} (island) :: Man
-ism {suffix} (a principle, belief or movement) :: -isme {m}
isn't it so {phrase} (isn't it so?) :: oi?
isobutane {n} (a hydrocarbon: C4H10) :: isobutà {m}
isogloss {n} (line indicating geographical boundaries of a linguistic feature) :: isoglossa {f}
isogonic {adj} (having equal angles) :: isògon
isolate {v} (transitive: to set apart or cut off from others) :: aïllar, isolar
isolated {adj} (in isolation) :: aïllat
isolation {n} (state of being isolated) :: aïllament {m}, isolament {m}
isolation {n} (act of isolating) :: isolació {f}
isolationism {n} (policy of non-interaction) :: aïllacionisme {m}
isolationist {adj} (relating to, or supporting, isolationism) :: aïllacionista
isolationist {n} (one who advocates or supports isolationism) :: aïllacionista {m} {f}
isometric {adj} (exhibiting equality in dimensions) :: isomètric
isometric {adj} (being a geometric system of three equal axes lying at right angles to each other) :: isomètric
isometric {adj} (involving muscular contraction) :: isomètric
isometric {adj} (taking place at constant volume) :: isomètric
isomorphic {adj} ((mathematics) related by an isomorphism) :: isomòrfic
isomorphic {adj} ((biology) having a similar structure or function without genetic relation) :: isomòrfic
isomorphic {adj} (having identical relevant structure) :: isomòrfic
isosceles {adj} (having two sides of equal length, used especially of an isosceles triangle) :: isòsceles
isotonic {adj} (having the same osmotic pressure) :: isotònic
isotope {n} (atoms of the same element having a different number of neutrons) :: isòtop {m}
Israel {prop} (the state) :: Israel {m}
Israel {prop} (Biblical: name given to Jacob) :: Israel {m}
Israel {prop} (given name) :: Israel {m}
Israeli {n} (person from Israel or of Israeli descent) :: israelià {m}
Israeli {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Israel, the Israeli people) :: israelià
Israelite {n} (native or inhabitant of Israel) :: israelita
Israelite {adj} (of or pertaining to the ancient nation(s) of Israel, their inhabitants, or to the descendants of the patriarch Jacob) :: israelita
issue {v} (to deliver for use) :: lliurar
issue {v} (to deliver by authority) :: lliurar
-ist {suffix} (One who follows a particular ideology, doctrine, belief system or theory) :: -ista {n}
-ist {suffix} (A member of a profession or one interested in something) :: -ista {n}
-ist {suffix} (A person who uses something) :: -ista {n}
-ist {suffix} (A person who holds biased views) :: -ista {n}
-ista {suffix} (follower) SEE: -ist ::
Istanbul {prop} (largest city of Turkey and last capital of Ottoman Empire) :: Istanbul
isthmus {n} (narrow strip of land) :: istme {m}
it {pron} (subject — inanimate thing) :: el {m}, la {f}, [usually not translated]
it {pron} (subject of impersonal statement) :: Not used in Catalan
Italian {adj} (of or pertaining to Italy) :: italià
Italian {n} (person) :: italià {m}, italiana {f}
Italian {prop} (language) :: italià {m}
Italianization {prop} (process of forced assimilation into the Italian culture) :: italianització {f}
Italianize {v} (transitive) :: italianitzar
Italianize {v} (intransitive) :: italianitzar-se
Italianness {n} (quality of being Italian) :: italianitat {f}
Italian Republic {prop} (official name of Italy) :: República Italiana {f}
italic {n} (typeface whose letters slant to the right) :: cursiva {f}
Italic {adj} (of or relating to the Italian peninsula) :: itàlic
Italic {adj} (pertaining to a subfamily of a branch of the Indo-European language family) :: itàlic
Italic {adj} (pertaining to various peoples that lived in Italy) :: itàlic
Italic {prop} (Italic language) :: itàlic {m}
italics {n} (italic) SEE: italic ::
italophone {adj} (Italian-speaking) :: italianoparlant
italophone {n} (Italian speaker) :: italianoparlant
Italy {prop} (European country) :: Itàlia {f}
itchy {adj} (having or creating an itch) :: picar
iterative {adj} (of a procedure that involves repetition) :: iteratiu
iterative {adj} ((grammar) frequentative) :: iteratiu
iterative {adj} ((computing) using iteration) :: iteratiu
I think therefore I am {phrase} (philosophical proof of existence) :: penso, llavors existeixo
itinerant {adj} (travelling from place to place) :: itinerant
-itis {suffix} (suffix denoting diseases characterized by inflammation) :: -itis {f}
it's {contraction} (it is) :: ell és
it's {contraction} (it has) :: ell
it's a pleasure {phrase} (you're welcome) SEE: you're welcome ::
itself {pron} ((reflexive) it) :: es
itself {pron} ((emphatic) it) :: mateix
it's not you, it's me {phrase} (phrase) :: no ets tu, sóc jo
-ity {suffix} (Used to form nouns from adjectives.) :: -itat {f}, -tat {f}
Ivalo {prop} (village in Northern Finland) :: Ivalo
Ivanovich {prop} (patronymic) :: Ivànovitx {m}
-ive {suffix} (adjectival suffix: of the nature of; tending to) :: -iu
I've been robbed {phrase} (I've been robbed) :: m'han robat
Ivorian {n} (a person from Côte d'Ivoire or of Ivorian descent) :: ivorià {m}, ivoriana {f}
ivory {n} (material) :: ivori {m}, vori {m}, marfil {m}
ivory {n} (colour) :: ivori, vori, marfil {m}
Ivory Coast {prop} (Côte d'Ivoire) SEE: Côte d'Ivoire ::
ivy {n} (plant) :: heura {f}, hedra {f}
I wish {phrase} (I would very much like that to be so) :: tant de bo, si
Ixion {prop} (king of Lapiths) :: Ixíon {m}
Ixion {prop} (a Kuiper Belt object) :: Ixíon {m}
Iyar {prop} (month in the Jewish calendar) :: iar {m}
-ization {suffix} (act, process, or result of doing something) :: -ització {f}
-ize {suffix} (suffix used to form verbs) :: -itzar