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p. {abbr} (page)  :: pàg. {f}
pace {n}  :: pas {m}
pace {prep} (With due respect to)  :: amb tot el respecte per
Pacific Ocean {prop} (the world's largest body of water)  :: Oceà Pacífic {m}
pack {v} (to make a pack)  :: fer (la maleta)
package {n} (something which is packed)  :: paquet {m}
package {n} (something consisting of components)  :: paquet {m}
package {n} (act of packing)  :: empaquetatge {m}
package {n} (something resembling a package)  :: paquet {m}
package {n} (package holiday)  :: paquet de viatge {m}
package {n} (male genitalia)  :: paquet {m}
package {v} (to pack)  :: empaquetar
pack animal {n} (animal used to carry heavy items) SEE: beast of burden  ::
packed {adj} (put into a package)  :: empaquetat
packed {adj} (filled with a large number or large quantity)  :: replet
packed {adj} (filled to capacity)  :: replet
pact {n} (an agreement; a league; a compact; a covenant)  :: pacte {m}
pad {v} (to stuff) SEE: stuff  ::
paddle {n} (ping-pong bat)  :: pala {f}
paddle {v} (toddle) SEE: toddle  ::
paddleboat {n} (pedalo) SEE: pedalo  ::
padel {n} (racquet sport)  :: pàdel {m}
padlock {n} (type of lock)  :: cadenat {m}
Padua {prop} (city)  :: Pàdua {f}
paella {n} (Savory, cooked dish)  :: paella {f}
pagan {adj} (relating to non-Abrahamic religions)  :: pagà
pagan {n} (person not adhering to an Abrahamic religion)  :: pagà {m}
paganism {n} (local religions practiced before the introduction of Christianity)  :: paganisme {m}
page {n} (boy child) SEE: boy  ::
page {n} (one side of a leaf of a book)  :: pàgina {f}
page {n} (serving boy)  :: patge {m}
pagoda {n} (a tiered tower with multiple eaves)  :: pagoda {f}
Paibian {prop} (subdivision of the Cambrian period)  :: Paibià
pail {n} (bucket) SEE: bucket  ::
pain {n} (ache or bodily suffering)  :: dolor {m}
pain {n} (suffering or anguish, especially mental)  :: pena {f}
painful {adj} (causing pain)  :: dolorós
painfully {adv} (in a painful manner)  :: dolorosament
pain in the arse {n} (pain in the ass) SEE: pain in the ass  ::
pain in the ass {n} (something that causes discomfort)  :: gra al cul {m}
pain in the butt {n} (nuisance) SEE: pain in the ass  ::
pain in the neck {n} (that which is annoying) SEE: pain in the ass  ::
painless {adj} (without pain or trouble)  :: indolor
painstaking {adj} (careful attentive; diligent)  :: acurat
paint {n} (substance)  :: pintura {f}
paint {v} (apply paint to)  :: pintar
paint {v} (practise the art of painting pictures)  :: pintar
painter {n} (artist)  :: pintor {m}
painting {n} (an illustration or artwork using paint)  :: quadre {m}, pintura {f}
pair {n} (number of things resembling one another, or belonging together) SEE: set  ::
pair {n} (two similar or identical things)  :: parella {f}
pair of compasses {n} (tool used to draw circles)  :: compàs {m}
pair of eyeglasses {n} (spectacles) SEE: spectacles  ::
pair of glasses {n} (spectacles) SEE: spectacles  ::
pair of scissors {n} (scissors) SEE: scissors  ::
pair of specs {n} (spectacles) SEE: spectacles  ::
pair of spectacles {n} (spectacles) SEE: spectacles  ::
pajamas {n} (clothes for wearing to bed and sleeping in)  :: pijama {m}
Pakistan {prop} (country in South Asia)  :: Pakistan
Pakistani {n} (A person from Pakistan or of Pakistani descent)  :: pakistanès {m}
Pakistani {adj} (Of, from, or pertaining to Pakistan, or its people)  :: pakistanès
palace {n} (large, lavish residence)  :: palau {m}
Palace of Westminster {prop} (building in London housing the House of Commons and House of Lords)  :: Palau de Westminster {m}
paladin {n} (heroic champion)  :: paladí {m}
palaeoclimatology {n} (science)  :: paleoclimatologia {f}
palaestra {n} (ancient wrestling area)  :: palestra {f}
Palaic {prop} (Indo-European language)  :: palaic {m}
Palaic {adj} (of or pertaining to Palaic language or its speakers)  :: palaic
palatine bone {n} (bones that make up the hard palate)  :: os palatí {m}
Palau {prop} (Republic of Palau)  :: Palau
pale {adj} (light in color)  :: pàl·lid
pale {n} (heraldry: vertical band)  :: pal
paleanthropology {n} (study of ancient human remains) SEE: paleoanthropology  ::
paleoanthropology {n} (study of ancient human remains)  :: paleoantropologia {f}
paleobotany {n} (branch of paleontology)  :: paleobotànica {f}
paleoclimatology {n} (palaeoclimatology) SEE: palaeoclimatology  ::
Paleolithic {n} (Old Stone Age)  :: paleolític {m}
paleomagnetism {n} (study of the Earth's magnetic field as it has changed over time)  :: paleomagnetisme {m}
paleontological {adj} (of or pertaining to paleontology)  :: paleontològic
paleontologist {n} (one who studies paleontology)  :: paleontòleg {m}
paleontology {n} (study of prehistoric forms of life)  :: paleontologia {f}
paleozoology {n} (branch of zoology dealing with fossils)  :: paleozoologia {f}
Palestine {prop} (geographic region)  :: Palestina {f}
Palestine {prop} (West Bank and Gaza Strip collectively)  :: Palestina {f}
Palestine {prop} (historical: former British entity)  :: Palestina {f}
Palestine {prop} (historical: former British Mandate)  :: Palestina {f}
Palestinian {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Palestine and/or the Palestinian people)  :: palestí, palestinenc
Palestinian {n} (inhabitant of Palestine or Arab of Palestinian descent)  :: palestí {m}, palestinenc {m}
paletot {n} (A loose outer jacket, overcoat)  :: abric {m}, gavany {m}, paltó {m}, sobretot {m}
Pali {prop} (a Middle Indo-Aryan language)  :: pali {m}
palindrome {n} (a sequence of units that reads the same forwards as backwards)  :: palíndrom {m}
palisade {n} (a wall of wooden stakes)  :: palissada {f}
pall {n} (heraldry)  :: perla {f}
palladium {n} (chemical element)  :: pal·ladi {m}
pallet {n} (a portable platform)  :: palet {m}
palliate {v} (to relieve the symptoms of)  :: pal·liar, mitigar, atenuar, remeiar
palliate {v} (to cover or disguise the seriousness of something by excuses and apologies)  :: pal·liar, encobrir, dissimular
palliative {adj} (reducing progression and relieving symptoms)  :: pal·liatiu
pallid {adj} (appearing weak, pale or wan)  :: pàl·lid
pallium {n} (cerebral cortex) SEE: cerebral cortex  ::
palm {n} (inner, concave part of hand)  :: palmell {m}
palm {n} (palm tree) SEE: palm tree  ::
Palma {prop} (city)  :: Palma {f}
palm syrup {n} (syrup made from sap of a palm tree)  :: xarop de palma {m}, mel de palma {f}
palm thief {n} (coconut crab) SEE: coconut crab  ::
palm tree {n} (tropical tree)  :: palmera {f}, palmer {m}
palpable {adj} (capable of being touched)  :: palpable
palpable {adj} (obvious)  :: palpable
palynologist {n} (one who studies palynology)  :: palinòleg {m}
palynology {n} (study of spores, pollen etc.)  :: palinologia {f}
Pamplona {prop} (city in Navarre of northern Spain)  :: Pamplona
Pan {prop} (Greek god of nature)  :: Pan {m}
panacea {n} (remedy believed to cure all disease)  :: panacea {f}
panacea {n} (something that will solve all problems)  :: panacea {f}
panache {n} (ornamental helmet plume)  :: plomall {m}
Panama {prop} (country)  :: Panamà {m}
Panamanian {n} (person from Panama)  :: panameny {m}, panamenya {f}
Panamanian {adj} (pertaining to Panama)  :: panameny
pan-Arabism {n} (movement)  :: panarabisme {m}
pancake {n} (thin batter cake)  :: tortita {f}
Panchen Lama {n} (second-highest ranking lama of the Gelug sect of Tibetan Buddhism)  :: Panchen Lama
pancreas {n} (gland near the stomach)  :: pàncrees {m}
pancreatic {adj} (of or pertaining to the pancreas)  :: pancreàtic
panda {n} (Ailuropoda melanoleuca)  :: panda {m}
panda bear {n} (panda) SEE: panda  ::
pandora {n} (Pagellus erythrinus)  :: pagell {m}
Pandora {prop} (Character in Greek mythology)  :: Pandora
panegyrically {adv} (with lavish praise)  :: panegíricament
panel {n} (group of people gathered to judge, interview, discuss etc)  :: panel {m}
pan flute {n} (panpipes) SEE: panpipes  ::
Pangaea {prop} (supercontinent prior to Triassic)  :: Pangea {f}
panic {n} (overpowering fright)  :: pànic
panic attack {n} (sudden period of intense anxiety)  :: atac de pànic {m}
panna cotta {n} (Italian dessert made from double cream)  :: panacota {f}
panoramic {adj} (with a wide view)  :: panoràmic
pan pipes {n} (panpipes) SEE: panpipes  ::
panpipes {n} (musical instrument)  :: flauta de Pan {f}
panpsychism {n} (the doctrine that all matter has a mental aspect)  :: panpsiquisme {m}
pansexuality {n} (sexual orientation)  :: pansexualitat {f}
pant {n} (a pair of pants) SEE: pants  ::
pantaloons {n} (an article of clothing covering each leg separately)  :: calces {m-p}, pantalons {m-p}
pantheon {n} (a temple dedicated to all the gods)  :: panteó {m}
panties {n} (short underpants for women or girls)  :: calces {f-p}, calçons {m-p}
pantry {n} (storage room)  :: rebost {m}
pants {n} (garment covering the body from the waist downwards)  :: pantaló {m}, pantalons {m-p}, calçons {m-p}
pants {n} (undergarment covering the genitals)  :: [for women] bragues {f-p}, [for men] calçotets {m-p}, calçons blancs {m-p}e
panty {n} (panties) SEE: panties  ::
pap {n} (porridge) SEE: porridge  ::
papa {n} (Father (familiar, conversational)) SEE: dad  ::
papacy {n} (the office)  :: papat {m}, pontificat {m}
papacy {n} (the period)  :: papat {m}, pontificat {m}
papal {adj} (related to the pope or papacy)  :: papal
papal bull {n} (official document or edict from the Pope)  :: butlla papal
papaya {n} (fruit)  :: papaia {f}
paper {n} (sheet material)  :: paper {m}
paper {n} (written document shorter than a book)  :: article {m}
paper {n} (academic paper)  :: article {m}
paper {v} (to apply paper to)  :: empaperar
paper {n} (newspaper) SEE: newspaper  ::
paper {n} (wallpaper) SEE: wallpaper  ::
paper {n} (wrapping paper) SEE: wrapping paper  ::
paper {v} (to document) SEE: document  ::
paperboard {n} (thick paper)  :: cartonet {m}
papers {n} (official documents or identification)  :: papers {m-p}
paper towel {n} (sheet of absorbent paper)  :: tovalló de paper
paperweight {n} (small, decorative, somewhat weighty object)  :: petjapapers {m}
paperwork {n} (work involving written documents)  :: paperassa {f}, paperada {f}
Papiamento {prop} (creole language) SEE: Papiamentu  ::
Papiamentu {prop} (language)  :: papiament {m}
papier-mâché {n} (paper mixed with glue to create a sculptural object)  :: paper maixé {m}
Papua New Guinea {prop} (country in Oceania)  :: Papua Nova Guinea {f}
papyrus {n} (plant in the sedge family)  :: papir {m}
papyrus {n} (material made from this plant)  :: papir {m}
papyrus {n} (scroll or document written on this material)  :: papir {m}
parable {n} (short story illustrating a lesson)  :: paràbola {f}
parabola {n} (a conic section)  :: paràbola {f}
parabolic {adj} (of or pertaining to a parabola or paraboloid)  :: parabòlic
parabolic {adj} (of or pertaining to a parable)  :: parabòlic
parabolically {adv} (in a parabolic manner)  :: parabòlicament
parabolically {adv} (in the form of a parabola)  :: parabòlicament
parachute {n} (a device designed to control the fall of an object)  :: paracaigudes {m}
parachutist {n} (parachute user)  :: paracaigudista {m} {f}
parade {n} (organized procession)  :: desfilada {f}
paradigm {n} (example serving as a model or pattern)  :: paradigma {m}
paradigm {n} (linguistics: all forms which contain a common element)  :: paradigma {m}
paradigm {n} (way of viewing reality)  :: paradigma {m}
paradise {n} (heaven)  :: paradís {m}
paradise {n} (very pleasant place)  :: paradís {m}
paradisiac {adj} (of or like Paradise)  :: paradisíac
paradox {n} (apparent contradiction which is nonetheless true )  :: paradoxa {f}
paradoxical {adj} (having self-contradicting properties)  :: paradoxal
paradoxically {adv} (in a paradoxical manner)  :: paradoxalment
Paraguayan {n} (person from Paraguay)  :: paraguaià {m}
Paraguayan {adj} (pertaining to Paraguay)  :: paraguaià
parakeet {n} (various species of small parrots)  :: periquito {m}
parallax {n}  :: paral·laxi {f}
parallel {adj} (equally distant from one another at all points)  :: paral·lel
parallel {adj} (having the same overall direction)  :: paral·lel
parallelepiped {n} (solid figure)  :: paral·lelepípede {m}
parallelogram {n} (convex quadrilateral in which each pair of opposite edges are parallel and of equal length)  :: paral·lelogram {m}
paralyse {v} (paralyse) SEE: paralyze  ::
paralysis {n} (loss of muscle control)  :: paràlisi {f}
paralytic {n} (person suffering from paralysis)  :: paralític {m}
paralytic {adj} (affected by paralysis)  :: paralític
paralytic {adj} (pertaining to paralysis)  :: paralític
paralyze {v} (to afflict with paralysis)  :: paralitzar
paralyzing {adj} (that paralyzes)  :: paralitzant
paramecium {n} (organism)  :: parameci {m}
paramilitary {n} (a group of civilians trained and organized in a military fashion)  :: paramilitar
paramilitary {n} (a member of a paramilitary group)  :: paramilitar
paramilitary {adj} (relating to a paramilitary)  :: paramilitar
paranoia {n} (A psychotic disorder characterized by delusions of persecution)  :: paranoia {f}
paranoiac {n} (somebody who has paranoia) SEE: paranoid  ::
paranoid {adj} (of, related to, or suffering from paranoia)  :: paranoic
paranoid {adj} (exhibiting extreme and irrational fear or distrust of others)  :: paranoic
paranoid {n} (someone suffering from paranoia)  :: paranoic
paranoid schizophrenia {n} (form of schizophrenia accompanied by delusions)  :: esquizofrènia paranoide {f}
paranormal {adj} (can not be explained by scientific methods)  :: paranormal
parapet {n} (a low retaining wall)  :: ampit {m}
paraphrastic {adj} (pertaining to a paraphrase)  :: parafràstic {m}, parafràstica {f}
paraplegia {n} (paralysed condition)  :: paraplegia {f}
paraplegic {adj} (of, related to, or suffering from paraplegia)  :: paraplègic
paraplegic {n} (person who suffers from paraplegia)  :: paraplègic {m}
parapsychology {n} (study of that which cannot yet be explained)  :: parapsicologia {f}
parasite {n} (useless person who always relies on other people's work and gives nothing back)  :: paràsit {m}
parasite {n} ((generally undesirable) living organism that exists by stealing resources from another living organism)  :: paràsit {m}
parasol {n} (umbrella used as protection from the sun)  :: para-sol {m}, ombrel·la {f}
parataxis {n} (in grammar)  :: parataxi {f}
parathyroid {adj} (pertaining to the parathyroid glands or their extracts)  :: paratiroïdal
paratrooper {n} (soldier that parachutes from aircraft)  :: paracaigudista {m} {f}
parched {adj} (dry)  :: ressec
parched {adj} (thirsty)  :: assedegat
pardon {n} (forgiveness for an offence)  :: perdó {m}
pardon {n} (releasing order)  :: perdó {m}, indult {m}
pardon {v} (to forgive)  :: perdonar
pardon {v} (to grant an official pardon)  :: perdonar, indultar
pardon {interj} (interjection, request to repeat)  :: perdó {m}
paremiology {n} (the study of proverbs)  :: paremiologia {f}
parenchyma {n} (functional part of an organ, as opposed to supporting tissue)  :: parènquima {m}
parent {n}  :: pare {m}, [parents in plural: pares {m}] mare {f}
parent {n} (parent company) SEE: parent company  ::
parent company {n} (a company that owns or controls another company)  :: empresa matriu {f}
parenthesis {n} (a clause, phrase or word inserted into a passage which is already grammatically complete)  :: parèntesi {m}
parenthesis {n} (either of a pair of brackets ( ))  :: parèntesi {m}
parents {n} (one's parents)  :: pares {m-p}
par excellence {adj} (being a quintessential example of a general type)  :: per antonomàsia, per excel·lència
pariah {n} (an outcast)  :: pària {m} {f}
pariah {n} (member of one of the oppressed social castes in India)  :: pària {m} {f}, intocable {m} {f}
parietal bone {n} (either of two bones at the sides and top of the skull)  :: os parietal {m}, parietal {m}
parietal lobe {n} (Division of cerebrum)  :: lòbul parietal {m}
Paris {prop} (capital of France)  :: París {m}
Paris {prop} (Trojan prince)  :: Paris {m}
parish {n} (part of a diocese)  :: parròquia
parish church {n} (religious centre of a parish)  :: església parroquial {f}
Parisian {n} (someone from Paris)  :: parisenc {m}, parisenca {f}
Parisian {adj} (of Paris)  :: parisenc
park {n} (ground for preservation of game, etc.)  :: parc {m}, parc natural {m}
park {n} (ground for recreation)  :: parc {m}
park {n} (space occupied by animals, wagons, etc.)  :: parc {m}
park {n} (an enclosed parcel of land stocked with animals for hunting)  :: vedat {m}
parking lot {n} (open area, generally paved, where automobiles may be left when not in use)  :: aparcament {m}, pàrquing {m}
parkour {n} (athletic discipline)  :: parkour
parliament {n} (institution with elected or appointed members)  :: parlament {m}
parliamentarian {n} (member of parliament)  :: parlamentari {m}, parlamentària {f}
parliamentary {adj} (of, relating to, or enacted by a parliament)  :: parlamentari
parochial {adj} (pertaining to a parish)  :: parroquial
parodic {adj} (of, related to, or having characteristics of parody)  :: paròdic
parody {n} (expression making fun of something else)  :: paròdia {f}
parody {v} (to make a parody of something)  :: parodiar
paroemia {n} (proverb) SEE: proverb  ::
paronomasia {n} (a pun or play on words)  :: paronomàsia
paronym {n} (word that sounds like another word)  :: parònim {m}
paroxytone {n} (paroxytone)  :: paroxítona {f}, paraula plana {f}
parrot {n} (kind of bird)  :: lloro {m}, papagai {m}
parrot {n} (person who repeats what was said)  :: lloro {m}
parrot {n} (puffin) SEE: puffin  ::
parse {v} (computing: to split data into pieces)  :: analitzar
parsley {n} (herb)  :: julivert {m}
part {n} (fraction of a whole )  :: part {f}
part {n} (group inside a larger group )  :: part {f}
part {n} (position or role )  :: part {f}
part {adj} (partial) SEE: partial  ::
part {adv} (partially) SEE: partially  ::
Parthia {prop} ((historical) region)  :: Pàrtia
Parthia {prop} (empire of the Parthians)  :: Pàrtia {f}
Parthian {adj} (relating to Parthia)  :: part
Parthian {n} (person)  :: part {m}, parta {f}
partial {adj} (existing in part)  :: parcial
partial {adj} (biased)  :: parcial
partial differential equation {n} (equation)  :: equació diferencial en derivades parcials {f}
partially {adv} (to a partial degree)  :: parcialment
participial {n} (participle) SEE: participle  ::
participle {n} (verb form)  :: participi {m}
particle {n} (body with very small size)  :: partícula {f}
particle {n} (word)  :: partícula {f}
particle {n} (elementary particle or subatomic particle)  :: partícula {f}
particle accelerator {n} (a device that accelerates electrically charged particles to extremely high speeds)  :: accelerador de partícules {m}
particle physics {n} (particle physics)  :: física de partícules {f}
partisan {n} (member of a body of detached light troops) SEE: guerrilla  ::
partiture {n} (score (music)) SEE: score  ::
partner {n} (spouse, domestic, or romantic partner)  :: parella {f}
partridge {n} (any bird of the genera Perdix or Alectoris)  :: perdiu {f}
party {n} (law: particular side in a contract or legal action)  :: part {f}
party {n} (social gathering)  :: festa {f}, sarau {m}
party {n} (political group) SEE: political party  ::
party pooper {n} (one who dampens the fun of a group activity) SEE: spoilsport  ::
party wall {n} (commonly shared wall)  :: paret mitgera {f}
Pashto {prop} (official language of Afghanistan)  :: paixtu {m}
Pashtun {prop} (Pashto) SEE: Pashto  ::
Pashtun {adj} (of or relating to the Pashtuns)  :: paixtu
Pashtun {n} (Pashtun person)  :: paixtu {m} {f}
pass {v} (move or be moved from one place to another)  :: passar
pass {v} (move beyond the range of the senses or of knowledge)  :: passar
pass {v} (happen)  :: passar
pass {v} (elapse)  :: passar
pass {v} (advance through all the steps or stages necessary to validity or effectiveness)  :: ser aprovat
pass {v} (go through any inspection or test successfully)  :: aprovar
pass {v} (to continue)  :: passar
pass {n} (password) SEE: password  ::
passable {adj} (That may be passed or traversed)  :: transitable
passable {adj} (Tolerable; satisfactory; adequate)  :: passable
passage {n} (section of text or music)  :: passatge {m}
passage {n} (part of a journey)  :: passatge {m}
passage {n} (passageway)  :: passatge {m}
passcode {n} (string of characters used for authentication on a digital device)  :: contrasenya {f}
passenger {n} (one who rides or travels in a vehicle)  :: passatger {m}
passer-by {n} (a person who is passing by)  :: vianant {m}
passing {adj} (that passes away; ephemeral)  :: passatger
passionate {adj} (fired with intense feeling)  :: apassionat
passionately {adv} (in a passionate manner)  :: apassionadament
passion fruit {n} (edible fruit)  :: maracujà {m}
passive {adj} (not active, but acted upon)  :: passiu {m}
passively {adv} (in a passive manner; without conscious or self-directed action)  :: passivament
passiveness {n} (passivity) SEE: passivity  ::
passivity {n} (the state of being passive)  :: passivitat {f}
pass on {v} (To die) SEE: die  ::
Passover {prop} (Pesach)  :: pasqua {f}
passport {n} (official document)  :: passaport {m}
pass through {v} (to surreptitiously penetrate, enter or gain access) SEE: infiltrate  ::
password {n} (word used to gain admittance)  :: contrasenya {f}
password {n} (computing: string of characters known only to a user)  :: contrasenya {f}
past {adj} (ago) SEE: ago  ::
pasta {n} (dough)  :: pasta {f}
past anterior {n} (a compound tense used in literary French and Spanish)  :: passat anterior {m}, pretèrit anterior {m}
paste {v} (to cause to stick, adhere)  :: enganxar
paste {v} (to insert a piece of text)  :: enganxar
pasteurise {v} (to heat food in order to kill harmful organisms)  :: pasteuritzar
pastiche {n} (work that imitates the work of a previous artist)  :: pastitx
pastille {n} (soft flavoured candy)  :: pastilla {f}
pastille {n} (medicinal pill)  :: pastilla {f}
pastille {n} (small granular half spheroid piece of material)  :: pastilla {f}
pastime {n} (that which amuses)  :: passatemps {m}
pastor {n} (shepherd) SEE: shepherd  ::
pastor {n}  :: pastor {m}
past participle {n} (past participle)  :: participi passat {m}
past perfect {n} (pluperfect tense) SEE: pluperfect tense  ::
pastry {n} (food group)  :: pastissos
pastry bag {n} (bag used to pipe cakes with icing)  :: mànega pastissera {f}, mànega de pastisseria {f}
past tense {n} (form of language)  :: passat {m}, pretèrit {m}
pasture {n} (land on which cattle can be kept for feeding)  :: prat {m}
pasture {v} (to herd animals into a pasture)  :: pasturar
Patagonia {prop} (geographical region)  :: Patagònia {f}
patch {n} (figuratively: fit) SEE: fit  ::
patch {n} (paltry fellow) SEE: fool  ::
patch {n} (piece of cloth used to repair a garment)  :: pedaç {m}
patch {n} (computing: file describing changes made to source code)  :: pedaç {m}
patch {v} (mend by sewing on cloth)  :: apedaçar
patch file {n} (patch) SEE: patch  ::
patella {n} (kneecap) SEE: kneecap  ::
paten {n} (plate for the host during Eucharist)  :: patena {f}
patent {n} (declaration issued by a government to an inventor)  :: patent
patent {v} (successfully register an invention with a government agency; to secure a letter patent)  :: patentar
patent {adj} (explicit and obvious)  :: patent
paternal {adj} (of or pertaining to one's father)  :: patern {m}
paternal aunt {n} (the sister of one's father)  :: tia {f}
paternal grandfather {n} (one's father's father)  :: avi patern {m}
paternal grandmother {n} (one's father's mother)  :: àvia paterna {f}
paternoster {n} (a rosary) SEE: rosary  ::
path {n} (a trail for the use of, or worn by, pedestrians)  :: sender {m}, camí {m}
path {n} (a course taken)  :: camí {m}
path {n} (a metaphorical course)  :: camí {m}
path {n}  :: senda {f}
pathetic {adj} (arousing pity, sympathy, or compassion)  :: commovedor
pathetic {adj} (arousing scorn or contempt)  :: patètic
pathogen {n} (an organism or substance that causes disease)  :: patogen {m}
pathological {adj} (pertaining to pathology)  :: patològic
pathological {adj} (relating to or caused by a physical or mental disorder)  :: patològic
pathologist {n} (expert in pathology)  :: patòleg {m}
pathology {n} (the branch of medicine)  :: patologia {f}
patience {n} (quality of being patient)  :: paciència {f}
patience {n} (game that can be played by one person)  :: solitari {m}
patient {adj} (not losing one's temper while waiting)  :: pacient
patient {n} (someone who receives treatment from a doctor)  :: pacient
patiently {adv} (in a patient manner)  :: pacientment
patina {n} (color or incrustation which age and wear give to objects)  :: pàtina {f}
Patras {prop} (city of Greece)  :: Patres
patriarch {n} (male leader)  :: patriarca {m}
patriarchal {adj} (relating to patriarchy)  :: patriarcal
patriarchy {n} (social system)  :: patriarcat {m}, patriarquia {f}
patriarchy {n} (power structure)  :: patriarquia {f}
patrician {n} (member of Roman aristocracy)  :: patrici {m}
patricide {n} (murder of one's father)  :: parricidi {m}
patrimony {n} (inheritance from one's ancestor)  :: patrimoni {m}
patriot {n} (person who loves, supports and defends their country)  :: patriota {m} {f}
patriotic {adj} (inspired by patriotism)  :: patriòtic
patriotically {adv} (in a patriotic manner)  :: patriòticament
patriotism {n} (love of one's own country)  :: patriotisme {m}
Patroclus {prop} (character in the Iliad)  :: Pàtrocle {m}
patrol {n} (going of the rounds)  :: patrulla
patronising {adj} (offensively condescending) SEE: condescending  ::
patronizing {adj} (offensively condescending) SEE: condescending  ::
patronymic {n} (a name from father's name)  :: patronímic
pattern {n} (that from which a copy is made)  :: mostra {f}, model {m}, patró
Paul {prop} (the Apostle)  :: Pau {m}
Paul {prop} (male given name)  :: Pau {m}, Pol {m}
Paula {prop} (female given name)  :: Paula {f}
paunch {n} (large, protruding belly)  :: panxa {f}, [coloquial] butza {f}
pave {v} ((British) to cover with paving stones)  :: pavimentar (with asphalt), empedrar (with stones)
pave {v} ((North American) to cover with stones, asphalt, etc)  :: pavimentar (with asphalt), empedrar (with stones)
pavement {n} (footpath)  :: vorera
pavilion {n} (cartiliginous part of the outer ear) SEE: pinna  ::
paw {n} (soft foot of an animal)  :: pota {f}
pawn {n} (chess piece)  :: peó {m}
pawn {v} (give as security for loan)  :: empenyorar
pawnshop {n} (business premises of a pawnbroker)  :: casa de penyores {f}
pay {v} (to give money in exchange for goods or services)  :: pagar
payback {n} (an act of revenge)  :: venjança {f}
payment {n} (the act of paying)  :: pagament {m}
payment {n} (a sum of money paid in exchange for goods or services)  :: pagament {m}
pay-off {n} (a payment)  :: retribució {f}
pay-off {n} (a reward)  :: recompensa {f}
pea {n} (plant)  :: pesolera {f}
pea {n} (edible seed)  :: pèsol {m}
peace {n} (tranquility, quiet, harmony; absence of violence)  :: pau {f}
peace {n} (state of mind)  :: pau {f}
peace {n} (harmony; lack of conflict in personal relations)  :: pau {f}
peace {n} (state of being free from war)  :: pau {f}
peaceable {adj} (in favour of peace)  :: pacifista
peaceful {adj} (not at war or disturbed by strife or turmoil)  :: pacífic
peaceful {adj} (inclined to peace; peaceable)  :: pacífic
peaceful {adj} (motionless and calm; placid)  :: assossegat
peacefully {adv} (in a peaceful manner)  :: pacíficament
peach {n} (tree)  :: presseguer {m}
peach {n} (fruit)  :: préssec {m}
peach {n} (colour)  :: préssec {m}
peach blossom {n} (flower)  :: flor de presseguer {f}
peachfuzz {n} (soft, scanty beard of an adolescent male)  :: pèl moixí {m}
peachtree {n} (peach) SEE: peach  ::
peacock {n} (pheasant of one of the genera Pavo and Afropavo)  :: paó {m}
peak {n} (mountain top)  :: pic {m}, cim {m}
peak {n}  :: cim {m}
peanut {n} (a legume resembling a nut)  :: cacauet {m}
peanut butter {n} (a spread made from ground peanuts)  :: mantega de cacauet {f}
pear {n} (fruit)  :: pera {f}
pear {n} (tree)  :: perera {f}
pearl {n} (rounded shelly concretion produced by certain mollusks)  :: perla {f}
pearl {n} (fringe or border) SEE: fringe  ::
pearl diver {n} (dishwasher) SEE: dishwasher  ::
pearl necklace {n} (necklace made of pearls)  :: collaret de perles {m}
pearl necklace {n} (sex act of ejaculating onto a partner's neck)  :: collaret de perles {m}
pear tree {n} (a tree of the genus Pyrus)  :: perer {m}, perera {f}
peasant {n} (member of the agriculture low class)  :: camperol
peat {n} (soil)  :: torba {f}
pebble {n} (stone)  :: còdol {m}
pecker {n} (slang for penis) SEE: dick  ::
pecker {n} (slang for woodpecker) SEE: woodpecker  ::
pecker {n} (slang for courage) SEE: courage  ::
peckerwood {n} (woodpecker) SEE: woodpecker  ::
pectin {n} (substance)  :: pectina {f}
pectoral fin {n} (fin located on each side of a fish)  :: aleta pectoral {f}
peculiar {adj} (out of the ordinary)  :: peculiar
peculiar {adj} (common or usual for a particular place or circumstance)  :: peculiar
pecuniary {adj} (of or relating to money)  :: monetari
ped {n} (pedestrian) SEE: pedestrian  ::
pedagogic {adj} (pedagogical) SEE: pedagogical  ::
pedagogical {adj} (of, or relating to pedagogy)  :: pedagògic
pedagogue {n} (a teacher)  :: pedagog {m}
pedagogy {n} (profession of teaching)  :: pedagogia {f}
pedal {n} (lever operated by one's foot)  :: pedal {m}
pedal {v} (to operate a pedal)  :: pedalejar
pedalo {n} (small boat propelled by pedals)  :: patí de pedals {m}, velomar {m}
pedantic {adj} (being showy of one's knowledge)  :: pedant
pedantical {adj} (pedantic) SEE: pedantic  ::
pederast {n} (practitioner of pederasty)  :: pederasta {m} {f}
pederasty {n} (pederasty)  :: pederàstia {f}
pederasty {n} (archaic: homosexual anal sex) SEE: sodomy  ::
pedestal {n} (the base or foot of a column, statue, vase, lamp, or the like)  :: pedestal {m}, peana {f}
pedestrian {n} (somebody walking rather than using a vehicle)  :: vianant {m}
pediatrician {n} (physician who specialises in pediatrics)  :: pediatre {m}
pediment {n} (architectural element)  :: frontó {m}
pedology {n} (soil science)  :: pedologia {f}
pedometer {n} (device)  :: podòmetre {m}, pedòmetre {m}
peduncle {n} (stalk supporting an inflorescence, etc)  :: peduncle {m}
peduncle {n} (bundle of neurons)  :: peduncle {m}
pee {v} (to urinate)  :: orinar
pee {n} (name of the letter P, p)  :: pe {f}
pee {v} (to pass urine from the body) SEE: urinate  ::
pee {n} (liquid excrement) SEE: urine  ::
peep {n} (sandpiper) SEE: sandpiper  ::
peephole {n} (hole)  :: espiera {f}
peer {n}  :: igual {m}
pegasus {n} (winged horse)  :: pegàs {m}
pejorative {adj} (disparaging, belittling or derogatory)  :: pejoratiu
pejoratively {adv} (pejorative manner)  :: despectivament, pejorativament
pekan {n} (fisher) SEE: fisher  ::
Peking {prop} (Beijing) SEE: Beijing  ::
Peking duck {n} (dish consisting of duck and pancake)  :: ànec de Pequín {m}, ànec pequinès {m}, ànec lacat a la pequinesa {m}, ànec lacat {m}, ànec a la pequinesa {m}
Pekingese {n} (someone from Beijing)  :: pequinès {m}, pequinesa {f}
pelican {n} (any of various seabirds of the family Pelecanidae)  :: pelicà {m}
pellet {n} (A small, compressed, hard chunk of matter)  :: pèl·let {m}
pellet {n} (A lead projectile used as ammunition in rifled air guns)  :: perdigó {m}
Peloponnese {prop} (region of Greece)  :: Peloponès {m}
pelvic {adj} (of, pertaining to, or in the region of, the pelvis; as, pelvic cellulitis)  :: pelvià
pelvis {n} (bone)  :: pelvis {f}
pen {n} (wing) SEE: wing  ::
pen {n} (writing tool)  :: bolígraf {m}
penal colony {n} (colonial territory)  :: colònia penal {f}
penalize {v} (to subject to a penalty)  :: penalitzar
penalty {n} (punishment for violating rules of procedure)  :: càstig {m}
penalty {n} (penalty kick) SEE: penalty kick  ::
penalty area {n} (area on a soccer pitch)  :: àrea de penal {f}
penalty box {n} (in ice hockey, enclosed bench for serving a penalty)  :: banqueta d'expulsats
penalty box {n} (penalty area) SEE: penalty area  ::
penalty corner {n} (penalty)  :: penal {m}
penalty kick {n} ((soccer) a form of direct free kick)  :: penal {m}
penalty kick {n} ((rugby) a form of free kick)  :: xut de càstig {m}
penalty mark {n} (spot from where penalty kicks are taken)  :: punt de penal {m}
penalty spot {n} (spot from where penalty kicks are taken)  :: punt de penal {m}
penalty try {n} (awarding of five points)  :: assaig de càstig {m}
penance {n} (voluntary self-imposed punishment)  :: penitència
pencil {n} (graphite writing-instrument)  :: llapis {m}
pencil pusher {n} (one who does office work)  :: pixatinters {m}
pendant {n} (a piece of jewellery hung from a chain worn around the neck)  :: penjoll {m}
pendentive {n} (triangular section of vaulting)  :: petxina {f}
pending {adj} (awaiting a conclusion or a confirmation)  :: pendent
pending {adj} (begun but not completed)  :: pendent
pending {adj} (about to happen; imminent or impending)  :: pendent
pendulum {n} (body suspended from a fixed support)  :: pèndol {m}
penguin {n} (flightless sea bird)  :: pingüí {m}
penicillin {n} (penicillin)  :: penicil·lina {f}
peninsula {n} (a piece of land projecting into water)  :: península {f}
penis {n} (male organ for copulation and urination)  :: penis {m}
penis {n} (penis) SEE: member  ::
penis envy {n} (unconscious desire)  :: enveja del penis
penitent {adj} (Feeling pain or sorrow on account of sins or offenses; repentant; contrite; sincerely affected by a sense of guilt, and resolved on amendment of life)  :: penedit
penitent {adj} (Doing penance)  :: penitent
penitent {n} (one who repents of sin)  :: penitent
penitent {n} (one undergoing penance)  :: penitent
penitent {n} (one under the direction of a confessor)  :: penitent
Pennsylvania {prop} (US state)  :: Pennsilvània {f}
penny {n} (one-cent coin in US and Canada) SEE: cent  ::
pensive {adj} (having the appearance of thinking)  :: pensatiu
pensive {adj} (looking thoughtful or sad)  :: pensatiu
penta- {prefix} (five)  :: penta-
pentachloride {n} (pentachloride)  :: pentaclorur {m}
pentagon {n} (A polygon with five sides and five angles)  :: pentàgon {m}
Pentagon {prop} (headquarters of the United States of America's Department of Defense)  :: Pentàgon {m}
pentagonal {adj} (of, relating to, or shaped like a pentagon)  :: pentagonal
pentahedron {n} (solid geometric figure)  :: pentaedre {m}, pentàedre {m}
pentane {n} (aliphatic hydrocarbon: C5H12)  :: pentà {m}
pentanoic acid {n} (valeric acid) SEE: valeric acid  ::
Pentateuch {prop} (first five books of the Bible)  :: Pentateuc {m}
pentathlete {n} (An athlete who competes in the pentathlon)  :: pentatleta {m} {f}
pentathlon {n} (ancient pentathlon)  :: pentatló {m}
pentathlon {n} (modern pentathlon)  :: pentatló {m}
pentatonic {adj} (based on five notes)  :: pentatònic
Pentecost {prop} (Jewish festival)  :: Pentecosta {f}
Pentecost {prop} (Christian festival)  :: Pentecosta {f}
Pentecostalism {n} (Christian religious movement)  :: pentecostalisme {m}
penthouse {n} (an apartment or suite on the top floor of a tall building)  :: àtic {m}
pentoic acid {n} (valeric acid) SEE: valeric acid  ::
pentose {n} (saccharide containing five carbon atoms)  :: pentosa {f}
penultimate {adj} (next-to-last in a sequence)  :: penúltim
penumbra {n} (partially shaded area around a shadow, especially an eclipse)  :: penombra {f}
people {n} (a body of human beings; a group of two or more persons)  :: gent {f}
people {n} (a group of persons forming or belonging to a particular nation etc.)  :: poble {m}
people {n} (a person's ancestors, relatives or family)  :: família {f}, els meus
people {n} (the mass of community as distinguished from a special class)  :: poble {m}
people {v} (to fill with people)  :: poblar
people {v} (to become populous)  :: poblar-se
pepper {n} (plant)  :: pebrotera {f}
pepper {n} (spice)  :: pebre {m}
pepper {n} (fruit of the capsicum)  :: pebrot {m}
pepper pot {n} (container)  :: pebrera
pepper spray {n} (non-lethal riot-control agent)  :: gas pebre
peptide {n} (class of organic compounds)  :: pèptid {m}
per {prep} (for each)  :: per
per {prep} (used in expressing ratios of units)  :: per
per {prep} (via)  :: via
per {prep} (in accordance with)  :: segons
perceive {v} (to understand)  :: percebre
percent {n} (a part or other object per hundred)  :: per cent
percentage {n} (part of a whole)  :: percentatge {m}
percentage {n} (share of the profits)  :: percentatge {m}
percentage point {n} (unit of the difference of two percentages)  :: punt percentual {m}
perception {n} (conscious understanding of something)  :: percepció {f}
perception {n} (vision (ability))  :: percepció {f}
perception {n} (that which is detected by the five senses)  :: percepció {f}
perception {n} (acuity) SEE: acuity  ::
perch {n} (fish of the genus Perca)  :: perca {f}
percolate {v}  :: filtrar-se
percussion {n} (collision producing a sound)  :: percussió {f}
percussion {n} (sound produced by collision)  :: percussió {f}
percussion {n} (medicine: tapping of the body)  :: percussió {f}
percussion {n} (music: section of percussion instruments)  :: percussió {f}
percussion cap {n} (metal cap on muzzleloading firearms)  :: càpsula fulminant
percussion instrument {n} (type of instrument)  :: instrument de percussió {m}
peregrine falcon {n} (Falco peregrinus)  :: falcó pelegrí {m}
perennial {adj} (lasting or remaining active throughout the year, or all the time)  :: perenne
perennial {adj} ((of a plant) Having a life cycle of more than two years)  :: perenne
perennial {adj} (continuing without cessation or intermission; perpetual; permanent; unceasing; never failing)  :: perenne
perennial {adj} (enduring; lasting; timeless)  :: perenne
perennial {n} (perennial plant)  :: perennifoli
perfect {v} (make perfect)  :: perfeccionar
perfect crime {n} (undetected crime)  :: crim perfecte {m}
perfection {n} (being perfect)  :: perfecció {f}
perfectionism {n} (a dislike for anything less than perfection)  :: perfeccionisme {m}
perfectionist {n} (person who does not settle for anything that is not perfect)  :: perfeccionista {m} {f}
perfectionist {adj} (inclined or related to perfectionism)  :: perfeccionista
perfectionistic {adj} (perfectionist) SEE: perfectionist  ::
perfectitude {n} (perfection) SEE: perfection  ::
perfectly {adv} (with perfection)  :: perfectament
perfect number {n} (a number that is the sum of all of its divisors except itself)  :: nombre perfecte
perfidy {n} (the act of violating faith or allegiance.)  :: perfídia {f}
perform {v} (to do something)  :: realitzar
perform {v} (to do something in front of an audience)  :: actuar
performance {n} (the act of performing; carrying into execution or action; accomplishment)  :: actuació {f}, execució {f}
performance {n} (live show or concert)  :: representació {f}
perfume {n} (pleasant smell)  :: perfum {m}
perfume {n} (substance providing a pleasant smell)  :: perfum {m}
pergola {n} (framework)  :: pèrgola {f}
perhaps {adv} (indicating a lack of certainty)  :: potser, tal vegada, possiblement
Pericles {prop} (Greek politician)  :: Pèricles {m}
perigee {n} (closest point in an orbit about the Earth)  :: perigeu {m}
perihelion {n} (point where the planet or comet is nearest to the Sun)  :: periheli {m}
peril {n} (a situation of serious danger)  :: perill {m}
perilous {adj} (dangerous, full of peril)  :: perillós
perineum {n} (anatomical term)  :: perineu {m}
period {interj} (and nothing else)  :: i punt
period {n} (history: period of time seen as coherent entity)  :: període {m}
period {n} (menstruation) SEE: menstruation  ::
periodically {adv} (intermittently) SEE: intermittently  ::
periodically {adv} (in a regular, periodic manner)  :: periòdicament
periodic table {n} (chart)  :: taula periòdica {f}
peripatetic {n} (Aristotelian) SEE: Aristotelian  ::
peripeteia {n} (a reversal of fortune; a sudden change in circumstances)  :: peripècia {f}
periphery {n} (outside boundary, parts or surface)  :: perifèria {f}
periphery {n} (Greek administrative region)  :: perifèria {f}
periphrase {n} (use of more words than necessary) SEE: periphrasis  ::
periphrasis {n} (use of a longer expression instead of a shorter one)  :: perífrasi {f}
periphrastic {adj} (expressed in more words than are necessary)  :: perifràstic
periphrastic {adj} (grammar: characterized by periphrase or circumlocution)  :: perifràstic
periphyton {n}  :: perífiton
perish {v} (pass away)  :: perir
perish {v}  :: perir
perishable {adj} (liable to perish)  :: perible
peristyle {n} (colonnade surrounding a courtyard, temple, etc.)  :: peristil {m}
peristyle {n} (a courtyard; the space surrounded by a colonnade)  :: peristil {m}
peristyle {n} (a porch surrounded by columns)  :: peristil {m}
peritoneum {n} (serous membrane in mammals)  :: peritoneu {m}
perjury {n} (deliberate giving of false or misleading testimony under oath)  :: perjuri {m}
permafrost {n} (permanently frozen ground)  :: pergelisòl {m}
permanence {n} (the state of being permanent)  :: permanència {f}
permanent {adj} (without end)  :: permanent
permanent {adj} (lasting for an indefinitely long time)  :: permanent
permanently {adv} (in a permanent manner)  :: permanentment
permanent wave {n} (series of waves in the hair) SEE: permanent  ::
permeable {adj} (that absorbs or allows the passage of fluids)  :: permeable
permeate {v} (to pass through the pores or interstices of; to penetrate and pass through without causing rupture or displacement)  :: impregnar
permission {n} (authorisation)  :: permís {m}, autorització {f}
peroxide {n} (hydrogen peroxide) SEE: hydrogen peroxide  ::
perpendicular {adj} (at or forming a right angle to)  :: perpendicular
perpendicular {n} (line or plane)  :: porpendicular
perpendicularly {adv} (in a perpendicular manner)  :: perpendicularment
perpetrate {v} (to be guilty of, or responsible for; to commit)  :: perpetrar
perpetual {adj} (lasting forever)  :: perpetu, perpetual
perpetually {adv} (seeming to never end)  :: perpètuament, perpetualment
perpetuate {v} (To make perpetual)  :: perpetuar
Perpignan {prop} (city in Pyrénées-Orientales, France)  :: Perpinyà {f}
per se {adv} (necessarily) SEE: necessarily  ::
Persephone {prop} (Greek goddess)  :: Persèfone {f}
Persepolis {prop} (ancient city of Persia)  :: Persèpolis
Perseus {prop} (mythical Greek warrior)  :: Perseu {m}
Perseus {prop} (constellation)  :: Perseu {m}
perseverance {n} (persistent determination to adhere to a course of action; insistence)  :: perseverança {f}
persevere {v} (To persist steadfastly)  :: perseverar
Persia {prop} (Iran) SEE: Iran  ::
Persian {prop} (the Persian language)  :: persa {m}, farsi {m}
Persian {n} (person from Persia)  :: persa {m} {f}, persà {m}, persana {f}
Persian {n} (Persian cat)  :: gat persa {m}
Persian {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Persia)  :: persa {m} {f}, persà {m}, persana {f}
Persian {adj} (of or pertaining to the Persian people)  :: persa {m} {f}, persà {m}, persana {f}
Persian {adj} (of or pertaining to the Persian language)  :: persa {m} {f}
persimmon {n} (tree)  :: caquier, persimó, banús
persist {v} (continue to exist)  :: persistir
person {n} (individual)  :: persona {f}
person {n} (specifically a human being, see also: human; human being; man)  :: persona {f}
person {n} (any individual or formal organization with standing before the courts)  :: persona {f}
person {n} (linguistic category)  :: persona {f}
personal {adj} (of or pertaining to a particular person)  :: personal
personal {adj} (pertaining to the external or bodily appearance)  :: corporal
personal {adj} (done in person)  :: personal
personal {adj} (grammar: denoting person)  :: personal
personality {n} (set of qualities that make a person distinct from other people)  :: personalitat {f}
personalization {n} (act of personalizing)  :: personalització {f}
personalize {v} (adapt to an individual)  :: personalitzar
personally {adv} (in a personal manner)  :: personalment
personally {adv} (in person)  :: personalment
personally {adv} (concerning oneself)  :: personalment
personally {adv} (as a person)  :: personalment
persona non grata {n} (a person who is not welcome)  :: persona non grata
personification {n} (person, thing or name typifying a certain quality or idea)  :: personificació {f}
personification {n} (literary device)  :: personificació {f}, prosopopeia {f}
personification {n} (artistic representation of an abstract quality as a human)  :: personificació {f}
personify {v} (to be an example of)  :: personificar
personify {v} (to create a representation in the form of a literary character)  :: personificar
perspective {n} (view, vista or outlook)  :: perspectiva {f}
perspective {n} (appearance of depth in objects)  :: perspectiva {f}
perspective {n} (technique of representing three-dimensional objects on a two-dimensional surface)  :: perspectiva {f}
perspicacious {adj} (showing keen insight)  :: perspicaç
perspicaciously {adv} (with sharp of sight)  :: perspicàcia
perspicacity {n} (Acute discernment or understanding; insight)  :: perspicàcia {f}
perspiration {n} (sweat) SEE: sweat  ::
perspire {v} (sweat) SEE: sweat  ::
persuade {v} (convince)  :: persuadir
persuasive {adj} (convincing)  :: persuasiu
persuasively {adv} (in a manner intended to convince or persuade)  :: persuasivament
pertain {v} (to belong)  :: pertànyer
Perugia {prop}  :: Perusa
Peruvian {n} (person from Peru)  :: peruà {m}, peruana {f}
Peruvian {adj} (pertaining to Peru)  :: peruà
perylene {n} (hydrocarbon)  :: perilè {m}
Pesach {prop} (Passover) SEE: Passover  ::
peseta {n} (currency)  :: pesseta {f}
peso {n} (currency)  :: peso {m}
pessimism {n} (general belief that bad things will happen)  :: pessimisme {m}
pessimism {n} (doctrine that this world is the worst of all possible worlds)  :: pessimisme {m}
pessimist {n} (someone who habitually expects the worst outcome)  :: pessimista {m} {f}
pessimistic {adj} (marked by pessimism and little hopefulness)  :: pessimista
pessimistic {adj} (always expecting the worst)  :: pessimista
pest {n} (plague)  :: pesta {f}, plaga {f}
pesticide {n} (substance used to kill or repress the activities of pests)  :: plaguicida {m}, pesticida {m}
pestle {n} (instrument used with a mortar to grind things)  :: mà de morter {f}, maça {f}
pet {n} (an animal kept as a companion)  :: mascota {f}
petal {n} (one of the component parts of the corolla of a flower)  :: pètal {m}
petasus {n} (low-crowned hat worn by the Ancient Greeks and Romans)  :: pétasos
Peter {prop} (male given name)  :: Pere
petition {n} (formal, written request made to an official person)  :: petició {f}
petit mal {n} (form of epilepsy)  :: petit mal {m}
Petrarch {prop} (nickname of Francesco Petrarca)  :: Petrarca {m}
Petrarchan {adj} (of or relating to Petrarch)  :: petrarquista
Petrarchism {n} (Petrarch's literary style)  :: petrarquisme {m}
petrify {v} (to harden organic matter by depositing dissolved minerals)  :: petrificar
petrify {v} (to produce rigidity akin to stone)  :: petrificar
petrify {v} (to immobilize with fright)  :: petrificar
petrochemical {adj} (of or pertaining to the such compounds, or the industry that produces them)  :: petroquímic
petroglyph {n} (a rock carving, especially one made in prehistoric times)  :: petròglif {m}
petrol {n} (gasoline) SEE: gasoline  ::
petrolatum {n} (petroleum jelly) SEE: petroleum jelly  ::
petroleum {n} (oil) SEE: oil  ::
petroleum jelly {n} (pale yellow semisolid mixture of hydrocarbons obtained from petroleum)  :: petrolat {m}
petrol station {n} (gas station) SEE: gas station  ::
pewter {n} (alloy of tin, copper and antimony)  :: peltre {m}
phalange {n} (phalanx) SEE: phalanx  ::
phalanx {n} (ancient Greek military unit)  :: falange {f}
phalanx {n} (finger or toe bone)  :: falange {f}
phalanx {n} (large group of people)  :: falange {f}
phallic {adj} (having to do with the penis)  :: fàl·lic
phallus {n} (penis) SEE: penis  ::
phallus {n} (the penis or its representation)  :: fal·lus {m}
phantom {n} (something having no physical reality)  :: fantasma {m}
pharaoh {n} (supreme ruler of ancient Egypt)  :: faraó {m}
pharaonic {adj} (of or pertaining to a pharaoh)  :: faraònic
pharaonic {adj} (impressively large or luxurious)  :: faraònic
pharmaceutics {n} (pharmacy) SEE: pharmacy  ::
pharmacist {n} (professional who dispenses prescription drugs)  :: farmacèutic {m}
pharmacologic {adj} (pharmacological) SEE: pharmacological  ::
pharmacological {adj} (of or having to do with pharmacology)  :: farmacològic
pharmacology {n} (science that studies the effects of chemical compounds on living animals)  :: farmacologia {f}
pharmacy {n} (a place where prescription drugs are dispensed)  :: farmàcia {f}
pharmacy {n} (science of medicinal substances)  :: farmàcia {f}
pharmacy {n} (occupation of a pharmacist)  :: farmàcia {f}
pharyngeal tonsil {n} (pharyngeal tonsil)  :: amígdala faríngia {f}
pharynx {n} (part of alimentary canal)  :: faringe {f}
Phaëthon {prop} (son of Helios)  :: Faetó {m}, Faetont {m}
pheasant {n} (bird of family Phasianidae, often hunted for food)  :: faisà {m}
phenomenal {adj} (remarkable)  :: fenomenal
phenomenal {adj} (sciences: perceptible)  :: fenomènic
phenomenological {adj} (of or relating to phenomenology)  :: fenomenològic {m}
phenomenon {n} (observable fact or occurrence)  :: fenomen {m}
phenomenon {n} (unusual, curious, or astonishing fact or event)  :: fenomen {m}
phenomenon {n} (philosophy: experienced object structured by the mind)  :: fenomen {m}
pheromone {n} (chemical)  :: feromona {f}
phi {n} (Greek letter)  :: fi {f}
phial {n} (glass vessel) SEE: vial  ::
philander {n} (lover) SEE: lover  ::
philanthropic {adj} (of or pertaining to philanthropy; characterized by philanthropy)  :: filantròpic
philanthropist {n} (person who loves mankind)  :: filantrop {m}
philanthropist {n} (very generous person)  :: filantrop {m}
philanthropy {n} (charity) SEE: charity  ::
philanthropy {n} (benevolent altruism with the intention of increasing the well-being of mankind)  :: filantropia {f}
philatelic {adj} (relating to stamp collecting)  :: filatèlic
philharmonic {n} (full-sized symphonic orchestra) SEE: symphony orchestra  ::
philharmonic orchestra {n} (symphony orchestra) SEE: symphony orchestra  ::
philia {n} (friendship) SEE: friendship  ::
Philip {prop} (biblical persons)  :: Felip {m}
Philip {prop} (male given name)  :: Felip {m}
Philippine {adj} (Filipino) SEE: Filipino  ::
Philippine eagle {n} (species of eagle endemic to the Philippines)  :: Àguila menjamones
Philippines {prop} (Republic of the Philippines)  :: Filipines {f-p}
philistine {n} (Philistine) SEE: Philistine  ::
philistine {adj} (lacking in appreciation for art or culture)  :: filisteu
Philistine {n} (person from Philistia)  :: filisteu
Philistine {n} (person lacking appreciation of culture)  :: filisteu
Philistine {adj} (of or pertaining to the Philistines)  :: filisteu
Philistine {adj} (philistine) SEE: philistine  ::
Phillips head {n} (screwdriver)  :: tornavís d'estrella {m}, tornavís Phillips {m}
Phillips head {n} (screw)  :: caragol de cap Phillips {m}, caragol d'estrella {m}
Phillips screw {n} (screw) SEE: Phillips head  ::
philological {adj} (pertaining to the history of literature)  :: filològic
philologically {adv} (in a philological manner)  :: filològicament
philologist {n} (person who engages in philology)  :: filòleg {m}
philology {n} (historical linguistics)  :: filologia {f}
philosopher {n} (person devoted to studying philosophy)  :: filòsof {m}, filòsofa {f}
philosopher's stone {n} (philosopher's stone)  :: pedra filosofal {f}
philosophical {adj} (of or pertaining to philosophy)  :: filosòfic
philosophically {adv} (in a philosophical manner)  :: filosòficament
philosophizable {adj} (capable of being discussed in a philosophical context)  :: filosofable
philosophize {v} (to philosophically ponder or reason)  :: filosofar
philosophy {n} (academic discipline)  :: filosofia
philosophy {n} (comprehensive system of belief)  :: filosofia
philosophy {n} (view regarding fundamental principles)  :: filosofia
philosophy {n} (general principle)  :: filosofia
philosophy of science {n} (study of the assumptions, foundations, and implications of science)  :: filosofia de la ciència {f}
philtrum {n} (shallow groove running down the centre of the outer surface of the upper lip)  :: filtre {m}
phimosis {n} (contraction of the foreskin)  :: fimosi {m}
phlegm {n} (historical: humour)  :: flegma {f}
phlegm {n} (mucus secreted in the bronchial passages)  :: flegma {f}, gargall {m}
phlegm {n} (calmness, composure)  :: flegma {f}
phlegmatic {adj} (not easily excited to action)  :: flegmàtic
phlegmatic {adj} (abounding in phlegm)  :: flegmàtic
phlegmatic {adj} (generating, causing, or full of phlegm)  :: flegmàtic
phloem {n} (vascular tissue)  :: floema {m}
phlogosis {n} (phlogosis)  :: flogosis
-phobia {suffix} (used to form nouns meaning fear)  :: -fòbia {f}
Phoenician {adj} (of, from, or related to the country or civilisation of Phoenicia)  :: fenici
Phoenician {prop} (Semitic language spoken by the inhabitants of Phoenicia)  :: fenici {m}
Phoenician {n} (inhabitant of Phoenicia)  :: fenici {m}, fenícia {f}
phoenix {n} (mythological bird)  :: fènix {m}
phonation {n} (process of producing vocal sound)  :: fonació {f}
phone {n} (speech segment)  :: fon {m}
phone {n} (telephone) SEE: telephone  ::
phoneme {n} (indivisible unit of sound)  :: fonema {m}
phone sex {n} (An erotic or sexual telephone conversation between two or more people)  :: sexe telefònic {m}
phonetic {adj} (relating to sounds of spoken language)  :: fonètic
phonetically {adv} (in the way it sounds)  :: fonèticament
phonetician {n} (person who specializes in phonetics)  :: fonetista {m} {f}, foneticista {m} {f}
phonetics {n} (study of speech sounds and their representation by written symbols)  :: fonètica {f}
phonic {adj} (phonic)  :: fònic
phonological {adj} (of or relating to phonology)  :: fonològic
phonologist {n} (person who specializes in phonology)  :: fonòleg {m}
phonology {n} (subfield of linguistics concerned with the way sounds function in languages)  :: fonologia {f}
phonometer {n} (instrument)  :: fonòmetre {m}
phosphate {n} (any salt or ester of phosphoric acid)  :: fosfat {m}
phosphoric acid {n} (the colourless liquid; H3PO4)  :: àcid fosfòric {m}
phosphorous {adj} (of or pertaining to phosphorus)  :: fosforós {m}
phosphorus {n} (element)  :: fòsfor {m}
phosphorylation {n} (the process of transferring a phosphate group from a donor to an acceptor)  :: fosforilació {f}
photo {n} (photograph)  :: foto {f}
photochemical {adj} (relating to photochemistry)  :: fotoquímic
photocopier {n} (machine which reproduces documents by photographing the original over a glass plate and printing duplicates)  :: fotocopiadora {f}
photocopy {n} (copy made using a photocopier)  :: fotocòpia {f}
photocopy {v} (to make a copy using a photocopier)  :: fotocopiar
photograph {n} (picture)  :: fotografia {f}, foto {f}
photograph {v} (to take a photograph)  :: fotografiar
photographer {n} (one who takes photographs)  :: fotògraf {m}
photographic {adj} (of or pertaining to photographs)  :: fotogràfic
photographic {adj} (of or pertaining to photography)  :: fotogràfic
photographically {adv} (in a photographic manner)  :: fotogràficament
photographically {adv} (using photography)  :: fotogràficament
photography {n} (art and technology of producing images on photosensitive surfaces)  :: fotografia {f}
photography {n} (occupation of taking (and often printing) photographs)  :: fotografia {f}
photojournalism {n} (journalism via photographs or images)  :: fotoperiodisme {m}
photometer {n} (measuring instrument)  :: fotòmetre {m}
photon {n} (quantum of light)  :: fotó {m}
photonuclear {adj} (of or relating to a nuclear reaction involving a photon)  :: fotonuclear
photophobia {n} (excessive sensitivity to light)  :: fotofòbia
photosphere {n} (A visible surface layer of a star)  :: fotosfera {f}
photosynthesis {n} (biological process)  :: fotosíntesi {f}
photosynthesize {v} (to synthesize carbohydrates)  :: fotosintetitzar
photosynthetic {adj} (of or relating to photosynthesis)  :: fotosintètic
photovoltaic {adj} (producing a voltage when exposed to light)  :: fotovoltaic {m}
phrasal verb {n} (idiomatic phrase)  :: locució verbal {f}
phrase {n} (grammar: group of two or more words that express an idea but do not form a complete sentence)  :: sintagma {m}
phrase {n} (music: small section of music in a larger piece)  :: frase {f}
phraseology {n} (study of set or fixed expressions)  :: fraseologia {f}
phraseology {n} (group of specialized words and expressions)  :: fraseologia {f}
phrenology {n} (the discredited "science" or pseudo-science of phrenology)  :: frenologia {f}
Phrygian cap {n} (conical close-fitting cap with the top bent forward)  :: barret frigi {m}
phthisic {adj} (of or relating to phthisis)  :: tísic {m}
phthisis {n} (phthisis)  :: tisi {f}
phycology {n} (study of algae)  :: ficologia {f}
phylactery {n} (small object worn for its power; amulet or charm)  :: filacteri {m}, talismà {m}
phylactery {n} (leather case containing biblical scrolls, worn by Jewish men; the tefilla)  :: filacteri {m}
phylogenic {adj} (of or pertaining to phylogeny)  :: filogenètic {m}
phylogenic {adj} (phylogenetic)  :: filogenètic {m}
phylogeny {n} (evolutionary history of an organism)  :: filogènia {f}
phylum {n} ((biology, taxonomy) A rank in the classification of organisms, below kingdom and above class)  :: fílum {m}
physical {adj} (having to do with the body)  :: físic
physical {adj} (having to do with the material world)  :: físic
physical {adj} (involving bodily force)  :: físic
physical {adj} (having to do with physics)  :: físic
physical culture {n} (bodybuilding) SEE: bodybuilding  ::
physical examination {n}  :: exploració {f}
physically {adv} (in a physical manner)  :: físicament
physically {adv} (according to the laws of physics.)  :: físicament
physically {adv} (using physical force.)  :: físicament
physician {n} (medical doctor)  :: metge {m}, metgessa {f}
physics {n} (branch of science)  :: física {f}
physiologic {adj} (of or pertaining to physiology) SEE: physiological  ::
physiological {adj} (of, or relating to physiology)  :: fisiològic
physiologically {adv} (in accordance with the science of physiology)  :: fisiològicament
physiologist {n} (person)  :: fisiòleg {m}
physiology {n} (branch of biology)  :: fisiologia {f}
phytopathogen {n}  :: fitopatogen
phytophagous {adj} (feeding on plants)  :: fitòfag
phytosterol {n}  :: fitoesterol
Piacenzian {prop} (subdivision of the Pliocene epoch)  :: Piacenzià
pianist {n} (piano player)  :: pianista {m} {f}
piano {n} (a keyboard musical instrument)  :: piano {m}
picador {n} (a lancer mounted on horseback who assists a matador)  :: picador {m}
pick {v} (to pick) SEE: choose  ::
pick {n} (pickaxe)  :: pic {m}
pick {n} (music: plectrum) SEE: plectrum  ::
pickaxe {n} (heavy iron tool)  :: pic {m}, piqueta
picket {n} (sentry) SEE: sentry  ::
pickle {n} (any vegetable preserved in vinegar and consumed as relish)  :: conserva {f}, envinagrat {m}
pickpocket {n} (one who steals from the pocket of a passerby)  :: carterista
pick up {v} (to receive (a signal))  :: captar
picky {adj} (fussy, particular)  :: exigent
picramic acid {n} (picramic acid)  :: àcid picràmic {m}
pictogram {n} (picture that represents a word or an idea)  :: pictograma {m}
picture {n} (photograph)  :: foto {f}, fotografia {f}
picture {n} (informal: cinema)  :: cinema {m}
picture {n} (painting) SEE: painting  ::
pie {n} (type of pastry)  :: pastís {m}
pie {n} (pizza) SEE: pizza  ::
piece {n} (part of a larger whole)  :: peça {f}, tros {m}
piece of furniture {n} (item of furniture)  :: moble {m}
Piedmont {prop} (region)  :: Piemont {m}
Piedmontese {adj} (of, from, or relating to Piedmont)  :: piemontès
Piedmontese {n} (inhabitant)  :: piemontès {m}, piemontesa {f}
Piedmontese {prop} (language)  :: piemontès {m}
Piemontese {prop} (language) SEE: Piedmontese  ::
pierce {v} (puncture)  :: foradar
piercing {n} (hole for jewelry)  :: pírcing
piety {n} (reverence and devotion to God)  :: pietat {f}
piezometer {n} (instrument used to measure pressure)  :: piezòmetre {m}
pig {n} (mammal of genus Sus)  :: porc {m}
pig {n} (someone who overeats or eats rapidly)  :: golafre {m}
pig {n} (piglet) SEE: piglet  ::
pigeon {n} (bird of the pigeon and dove family Columbidae)  :: colom {m}
pigeonhole {v} (to categorize; especially to limit or be limited to a particular category, role, etc)  :: encasellar
piggy bank {n} (a small container to store small saved coins in)  :: guardiola {f}
piglet {n} (young pig)  :: garrí {m}, porcell {m}, porquet {m}
pigling {n} (piglet) SEE: piglet  ::
pigment {n} (any color in plant or animal cells)  :: pigment {m}
pigment {n} (a dry colorant, usually an insoluble powder)  :: pigment {m}
pigment {v} (To add color or pigment)  :: pigmentar
pig out {v} (eat voraciously or ravenously)  :: devorar, empapussar-se
pigpen {n} (pigsty) SEE: pigsty  ::
pigsty {n} (enclosure where pigs are kept)  :: cort de porcs {f}, porcatera {f}, porcellera {f}, soll {f}
pigsty {n} (dirty or very untidy place)  :: cort de porcs {f}
pike {n} (weapon)  :: pica {f}
pike {n} (any fish of the genus Esox)  :: lluç {m}
pilaster {n} (a column attached to the wall)  :: pilastra {f}
pile {n} (funeral pile) SEE: pyre  ::
pile {n} (nap of a cloth) SEE: nap  ::
pile {n} (heap)  :: pila {f}
pile {n} (galvanic pile)  :: pila {f}
pile {n} (heraldry: one of the ordinaries)  :: pila {f}
pile {n} (hemorrhoid) SEE: hemorrhoid  ::
piles {n} (plural of pile) SEE: pile  ::
piles {n} (haemorrhoids) SEE: haemorrhoids  ::
pilgrim {n} (traveler, especially to religious sites)  :: pelegrí {m}, pelegrina {f}
pilgrimage {n} (religious journey, or one to a sacred place)  :: pelegrinatge {m}
pill {n} (small object for swallowing)  :: píndola {f}
pill {n} (the pill - functions as a contraceptive)  :: píndola {f}
pillar {n} (large post, often used as supporting architecture)  :: pilar {m}
pillory {n} (a framework on a post used as a means of punishment and humiliation)  :: picota {f}
pillow {n} (soft cushion used to support the head in bed)  :: coixí {m}
pillow case {n} (sheet for covering a pillow)  :: coixinera {f}
pillowcase {n} (cover for pillows) SEE: pillow case  ::
pillowslip {n} (pillow case) SEE: pillow case  ::
pilot {n} (controller of aircraft)  :: pilot {m} {f}
pilot {n} (sample TV series episode)  :: pilot {m} {f}
pilot {adj} (made or used as a test)  :: pilot {m} {f}
pilot {v} (to control an aircraft or watercraft)  :: pilotar
pilot {v} (to test)  :: provar
pimp {n} (prostitution solicitor)  :: proxeneta
pimpernel {n} (Anagallis)  :: anagall {m}
pimple {n} (inflamed spot on the surface of the skin)  :: bua {f}, buba {f}
pin {n}  :: agulla de cap {f}
pinch {v} (to squeeze a small amount of skin)  :: pessigar
pinch {v} (to steal)  :: pispar
pinch {n} (action of squeezing a small amount of skin)  :: pessic
pinch {n} (small amount of powder)  :: pessic {m}
pincushion {n} (device to receive sewing pins)  :: buirac {m}
pine {n} (tree of the genus Pinus)  :: pi {m}
pineal gland {n} (small endocrine gland)  :: glàndula pineal {f}, epífisi {f}
pineapple {n} (plant)  :: ananàs {m}
pineapple {n} (fruit)  :: pinya {f}
pineapple guava {n} (feijoa) SEE: feijoa  ::
pinecone {n} (seed-bearing cone of a pine tree)  :: pinya {f}
pinery {n} (pinewood) SEE: pinewood  ::
pine tree {n} (pine) SEE: pine  ::
pinewood {n} (wood of the pine)  :: pi {m}
ping {v} (To send a packet in order to determine whether a host is present)  :: pinguejar
ping pong {n} (table tennis) SEE: table tennis  ::
pink {n} (pale red colour)  :: rosa {m}
pink {n}  :: rosa
pink {adj} (colored/coloured between red and white)  :: rosa
pinkie {n} (little finger) SEE: little finger  ::
pink jersey {n} (shirt worn by the leader in the Giro d'Italia)  :: mallot rosa {m}
pink noise {n} (signal or process)  :: soroll rosa {m}
pinky {n} (little finger) SEE: little finger  ::
pinna {n} (visible part of the ear)  :: aurícula {f}, pavelló auricular {m}
Pinocchio {prop} (protagonist)  :: Pinotxo {m}
pintail {n} (Anas acuta) SEE: northern pintail  ::
pion {n} (particle)  :: pió {m}
pioneer {n} (one who goes before)  :: pioner {m}, pionera {f}
pipa {n} (Chinese lute)  :: pipa {m}
pipal {n} (Ficus religiosa) SEE: sacred fig  ::
pipe {n} (smoking tool) SEE: tobacco pipe  ::
pipefish {n} (small fish)  :: agulleta {f}
pipes of Pan {n} (panpipes) SEE: panpipes  ::
pipette {n} (small glass tube used for transferring liquid)  :: pipeta
pipit {n} (passerine bird from the genus Anthus)  :: piula {f}
pirate {n} (one who plunders at sea)  :: pirata {m}
pirate {n} (one who breaks intellectual property laws)  :: pirata {m}
pirate {v} (make and/or sell an illegal copy)  :: piratejar
pirate radio {n} (radio station without the necessary license)  :: ràdio pirata {f}, emissora pirata {f}
Pisces {prop} (constellation)  :: Peixos
Pisces {prop} (astrological sign)  :: Peixos
pisiform bone {n} (os pisiforme)  :: os pisiforme {m}
pismire {n} (ant) SEE: ant  ::
piss {n} (urine)  :: pixo {m}, pipí {m} (coloquial), pixat {m}, pixada {f}
piss {v} ((vulgar) to urinate)  :: pixar
pissaladière {n} (pizza-like pie from southern France)  :: pissaladiera {f}
pissed {adj} (drunk)  :: trompa, gat
pissed {adj} (annoyed, angry)  :: emprenyat
pissed off {adj} (annoyed, upset, angry)  :: emprenyat
pisser {n} (toilet) SEE: toilet  ::
pistachio {n} (tree)  :: festuc {m}, pistatxer {m}
pistachio {n} (fruit)  :: pistatxo {m}, festuc {m}
pistol {n} (handgun)  :: pistola {f}
piston engine {n} (engines having cylinders containing reciprocating pistons)  :: motor d'explosió {m}
pit {n} (hole in the ground)  :: sot
pit {n} (seed or stone inside a fruit)  :: pinyol {m}
pit {n} (mine) SEE: mine  ::
pit {n} (armpit) SEE: armpit  ::
pitch {n} (act of pitching a baseball)  :: llançament {m}
pitch {v} (to play baseball in the position of pitcher)  :: llançar
pitcher {n} (the player who throws the ball to the batter)  :: llançador {m}
pitcher {n} (A wide-mouthed, deep vessel for holding liquids)  :: gerra {f}
pith {n} (albedo) SEE: albedo  ::
pith {n} (spinal cord; marrow) SEE: spinal cord  ::
pitiful {adj} (so appalling or sad that one feels or should feel sorry for it)  :: lamentable
pitiful {adj} (of an amount or number: very small)  :: miserable
pituitary {adj} (of or pertaining to the pituitary gland)  :: pituïtari
pituitary body {n} (controlling gland of the endocrine system)  :: cos pituïtari {m}
pituitary gland {n} (endocrine gland)  :: glàndula pituïtària {f}
pity {n} (something regrettable)  :: llàstima {f}
pivot {v} (to turn on an exact spot)  :: pivotar
pixel {n} (one of the tiny dots that make up the representation of an image in a computer's memory)  :: píxel {m}
pizza {n} (baked Italian dish)  :: pizza {f}
pizza {n} (a single instance of that dish)  :: pizza {f}
pizza parlor {n} (pizzeria) SEE: pizzeria  ::
pizzeria {n} (outlet that primarily sells pizza)  :: pizzeria {f}
place {n} (location, position)  :: lloc {m}, indret {m}
place {n}  :: lloc {m}
place {v} (to put in a specific location)  :: col·locar
placebo {n} (a dummy medicine containing no active ingredients; an inert treatment)  :: placebo {m}
placename {n} (the name of a place)  :: topònim {m}
placenta {n} (anatomy: placenta)  :: placenta {f}
placenta {n} (botany)  :: placenta {f}
plagiarism {n} (copying of someone's ideas)  :: plagi {m}
plagiarist {n} (one who plagiarizes)  :: plagiari {m}
plague {n} (specific disease "the Plague")  :: pesta {f}
plague {n} (an epidemic or pandemic caused by any pestilence)  :: pesta {f}
plague {n}  :: plaga {f}
plain {adj} (ordinary; lacking adornment or ornamentation)  :: senzill
plain {adj} (unseasoned)  :: natural, simple
plain {adj} (computing: containing no non-printing characters)  :: net
plain {n} (an expanse of land with relatively low relief)  :: pla {m}
plait {n} (flat fold)  :: dobleg {m}
plait {n} (braid)  :: trena {f}
plan {v} (to intend)  :: planejar
Planck's constant {n} (constant)  :: constant de Planck {f}
plane {n} (a tool)  :: ribot {m}
planet {n} (each of the seven major bodies which move relative to the fixed stars in the night sky)  :: planeta {m}
planet {n} (rocky or gaseous spherical bodies orbiting the Sun)  :: planeta {m}
planet {n} (similar body in orbit around a star)  :: planeta {m}
planetarium {n} (museum which displays images of space)  :: planetari {m}
planetary {adj} (of or relating to planets)  :: planetari
planetary nebula {n} (nebulosity)  :: nebulosa planetària {f}
planetree {n} (plane) SEE: plane  ::
planimeter {n} (measuring device)  :: planímetre {m}
plankton {n} (generic term for all the organisms that float in the sea)  :: plàncton {m}
planned obsolescence {n} (policy)  :: obsolescència planificada {f}
planner {n} (planning notebook or software)  :: agenda {f}
planning {n} (action of the verb to plan)  :: planificació {f}
planning {n} (act of formulating of a course of action)  :: planificació {f}
planning {n} (act of making contingency plans)  :: planificació {f}
plant {n} (organism capable of photosynthesis)  :: planta {f}
plant {v} (place in soil or other substrate in order that it may live and grow)  :: plantar
plantain {n} (small plant)  :: plantatge {m}
plasmid {n} (loop of double-stranded DNA that is separate from the chromosomes)  :: plasmidi {m}
plaster {n} (adhesive bandage) SEE: band-aid  ::
plaster {n} (plaster of Paris) SEE: plaster of Paris  ::
plaster cast {n} (healing aid)  :: enguixat
plaster of Paris {n} (hemihydrate of calcium sulfate)  :: guix {m}
plastic {n} (synthetic thermoplastic polymer)  :: plàstic
plastic {adj} (capable of being moulded; malleable, flexible, pliant)  :: plàstic
plastic {adj} (biology: capable of adapting to varying conditions)  :: plàstic
plastic {adj} (made of plastic)  :: plàstic
plasticity {n} (quality of being plastic)  :: plasticitat {f}
plasticity {n} (property of a solid body)  :: plasticitat {f}
plate {n} (Cockney rhyming slang: foot) SEE: foot  ::
plate {n} (flat dish)  :: plat {m}
plate {n} (contents of a plate)  :: plat {m}
plate {n} (flat metallic object)  :: làmina {f}
plate {n} (vehicle license plate)  :: matrícula {f}
plate {n} (printing: engraved surface used to transfer an image to paper)  :: planxa {f}
plate {n} (printing, photography: image or copy)  :: placa {f}
plate {n} (printing, publishing: full page illustration)  :: làmina {f}
plate {n} (dental plate)  :: placa {f}
plate {n} (anode of vacuum tube)  :: placa {f}
plate {n} (music: record)  :: placa {f}
plate {v} (to cover the surface material of an object with a thin coat of another material)  :: xapar
plate {n} (baseball: home plate) SEE: home plate  ::
plate {n} (prize given to the winner in a contest) SEE: prize  ::
plateau {n} (level expanse)  :: altiplà {m}
platelet {n} (particle found in the blood of mammals)  :: plaqueta {f}
platform {n} (stage for speeches and performances)  :: tarima {f}
platform {n} (high shoe type)  :: plataforma {f}
platform {n} (computing: particular type of operating system or environment)  :: plataforma {f}
platform {n} (politics: political stance on a broad set of issues)  :: programa {m}, plataforma {f}
platform {n} (travel: raised structure for passengers)  :: andana {f}
platform game {n} (A video game characterized by jumping to and from suspended platforms or over obstacles)  :: videojoc de plataformes {m}
platinum {n} (metal)  :: platí {m}
Plato {prop} (Greek philosopher)  :: Plató {m}
platometer {n} (planimeter) SEE: planimeter  ::
platonic {adj} (not sexual in nature)  :: platònic
Platonic {adj} (related to Plato)  :: platònic
platonic love {n} (intimate but non-sexual affection)  :: amor platònic {m}
Platonism {prop} (phillosophy of Plato)  :: platonisme {m}
platycnemic {adj} (of, relating to, or characterized by, platycnemism)  :: platicnem {m}
platypus {n} (Ornithorhynchus anatinus)  :: ornitorinc {m}
platyrrhine {adj} (Having a broad, flat nose)  :: camerí {m}, platirí {m}, platirrí
plausible {adj} (likely, acceptable)  :: plausible
plausible {adj} (worthy of being applauded)  :: plausible
plausibly {adv} (in a plausible manner)  :: plausiblement
play {v} (act in a manner such that one has fun)  :: jugar
play {v} (produce music using a musical instrument (transitive sense), affecting a noun)  :: tocar
play {v} (produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun))  :: tocar
play {v} (act in a performance)  :: actuar
play {v} (participate in (a sport or game))  :: participar, jugar
play {n} (playful activity)  :: joc {m}
play {n} (individual's performance in a sport)  :: joc {m}
play {n} (theatrical performance)  :: obra {f}
play {n} (action carried out when it is one's turn to play)  :: jugada {f}
play ball {v} (expression used at the beginning of a game of baseball)  :: jugueu
player {n} (who plays any game)  :: jugador {m}
playfield {n} (playing field) SEE: playing field  ::
playful {adj} (liking or prone to play)  :: enjogassat
play house {n} (toy house for dolls) SEE: doll's house  ::
playhouse {n} (venue for performing plays) SEE: theater  ::
playing card {n} (one of usually 52 rectangular pieces of card)  :: naip {m}, carta {f}
playing field {n} (field on which a game is played)  :: camp de joc {m}
play on words {n} (pun or similar humorous use of language)  :: joc de paraules {m}
playwright {n} (writer of plays for the theatre)  :: dramaturg {m}, dramaturga {f}
playwriter {n} (playwright) SEE: playwright  ::
plaza {n} (a towns' public square)  :: plaça
plea {n} (appeal, petition, entreaty)  :: súplica {f}
pleasant {adj} (giving pleasure; pleasing in manner)  :: agradable, plaent
pleasantly {adv} (in a pleasant manner)  :: agradablement
please {v} (to make happy or satisfy)  :: plaure, complaure, agradar
please {adv} (interjection to make a polite request)  :: si us plau, per favor
pleased {adj} (happy, content)  :: content
pleased to meet you {phrase} (polite formula used when being introduced to somebody)  :: encantat, molt de gust, tant de gust
please pass the salt {phrase} (please pass the salt)  :: per favor, passeu la sal
pleat {n} (plait) SEE: plait  ::
plectrum {n} (music: small piece for plucking strings)  :: pua {f}
pledge {v} (to make a solemn promise)  :: prometre
pledge {v} (to deposit something as a security; to pawn)  :: penyorar, empenyorar
pledge {n} (solemn promise)  :: promesa {f}, jurament {m}
pledge {n} (security to payment)  :: penyora {f}, garantia {f}
-plegia {suffix} (paralysis)  :: -plegia
-plegic {suffix} ( of -plegia)  :: -plègic
Pleiades {prop} (Greek mythology)  :: Plèiades
Pleiades {prop} (astronomy)  :: Plèiades
Pleistocene {prop} ((geology) the Pleistocene epoch)  :: plistocè {m}
plenary {adj} (fully attended)  :: plenari
pleroma {n} (the region of light above the world)  :: pleroma {m}
plethora {n} (excess, abundance)  :: plètora {f}
plethoric {adj} (overabundant)  :: pletòric
pleural cavity {n} (body cavity)  :: cavitat pleural {f}
pleximeter {n} (instrument)  :: plexímetre {m}
Pliensbachian {prop} (a subdivision of the Jurassic period)  :: Pliensbachià
plinth {n} (bottom course of stones supporting a wall)  :: sòcol {m}
Pliny {prop} (Roman praenomen)  :: Plini
plosive {n} (consonant)  :: oclusiva {f}
plot {n} (course of a story)  :: argument {m}, trama {f}
plot {n} (area of land used for building on or planting on)  :: solar {m} (per construir-hi o genèric), marjal {m} (per plantar-hi), terreny {m}
plot {n} (graph or diagram)  :: gràfica {f}, traçada {f}
plot {n} (secret plan to achieve an end)  :: complot {m}, conspiració {f}
plot {v} (transitive: to conceive)  :: planejar
plot {v} (to trace out a graph or diagram)  :: traçar
plot {v} (to mark a point on a graph)  :: marcar
plot {v} (intransitive: to conceive)  :: conspirar
plough {n} (device pulled through the ground)  :: arada {f}
plough {v} (to use a plough on to prepare for planting)  :: llaurar
plough {v} (to use a plough)  :: llaurar
plover {n} (wading bird of the family Charadriidae)  :: corriol {m}
plow {n} (plough) SEE: plough  ::
plow {v} (plough) SEE: plough  ::
plowman {n} (male plower)  :: llaurador {m}
pluck {n} (nerve, fortitude, persistence)  :: perseverància {f}
plug {n} (electric connecting device)  :: clavilla {f}, endoll {m}
plug in {v} (connect an electrical device)  :: endollar
plug-in {n} (computer program addon)  :: connector {m}, plugin {m}
plum {n} (the fruit)  :: pruna {f}
plum {n} (the tree)  :: pruner {m}, prunera {f}
plum {n} (the colour)  :: color pruna
plum {n} ((slang) testicle)  :: pilotes {m-p}, ous {m-p}
plum {n} (raisin) SEE: raisin  ::
plumber's helper {n} (plunger) SEE: plunger  ::
plumbic {adj} (pertaining to lead)  :: saturní {m}
plumbism {n} (lead poisoning)  :: saturnisme {m}
plum tree {n} (tree that bears plums) SEE: plum  ::
plunge {n} (The act of thrusting into or submerging; a dive, leap, rush, or pitch into, or as into, water; as, to take the water with a plunge)  :: immersió {f}
plunge {v} (to thrust into water, or into any substance that is penetrable; to immerse)  :: sumergir
plunger {n} (device for removing blockages by suction)  :: desembossador
pluperfect {n} (pluperfect tense) SEE: pluperfect tense  ::
pluperfect tense {n} (tense)  :: plusquamperfet {m}
plural {adj} (more than one)  :: plural
plural {n} (word in plural form)  :: plural {m}
plurale tantum {n} (a noun without a singular form)  :: plurale tantum {m}
plurality {n} (the state of being plural)  :: pluralitat {f}
plurality {n} (group composed of more than one entity)  :: pluralitat {f}
plus {conj} (arithmetic: sum)  :: més
plus {adj} (being positive rather than negative or zero)  :: més, positiu
plus {adj} (positive, involving advantage)  :: positiu
plus {adj} (physics: electrically positive)  :: positiu
Pluto {prop} (Kuiper belt object - a dwarf planet)  :: Plutó {m}
plutonium {n} (chemical element)  :: plutoni
pluviometer {n} (instrument)  :: pluviòmetre {m}, udòmetre {m}
Pluviôse {prop} (the fifth month of the French Republican Calendar)  :: pluviós {m}
pneumatometer {n} (measuring device)  :: pneumatòmetre {m}
pneumonia {n} (inflammation of the lungs)  :: pneumònia {f}, pulmonia {f}
Po {prop} (longest river in Italy)  :: Po
pocket {n} (bag stitched to an item of clothing)  :: butxaca {f}
pocket {n} (billiards: net into which balls are struck)  :: tronera {f}
pocket {v} (to put into a pocket)  :: embutxacar
pocketful {n} (the quantity that a pocket would hold)  :: butxacada {f}
pocketknife {n} (small knife whose blades or tools can fold in its handle)  :: navalla {f}
pod {n} (seed case)  :: beina {f}
pod {v} (To remove peas from their case)  :: pelar
podium {n} (platform)  :: pòdium {m}
poem {n} (literary piece written in verse)  :: poema {m}, poesia {f}, oda {f}
poet {n} (person who writes poems)  :: poeta {m} {f}
poetaster {n} (unskilled poet)  :: poetastre {m}
poetess {n} (female poet)  :: poetessa {f}
poetic {adj} (relating to poetry)  :: poètic {m}, poètica {f}
poetic {adj} (characteristic of poets)  :: poètic {m}, poètica {f}
poetically {adv} (in a poetic manner)  :: poèticament
poetry {n} (class of literature)  :: poesia {f}
poetry {n} (composition in verse or language exhibiting conscious attention to patterns)  :: poesia {f}
poetry {n} (a poet's literary production)  :: poesia {f}
poetry {n} (poetical quality, artistic and/or artful, which appeals or stirs the imagination)  :: poeticitat {f}
poet's daffodil {n} (species of daffodil)  :: grandalla {f}
pogrom {n} (riot with the intent to massacre or terrorize a certain group, usually Jews)  :: pogrom {m}
-poiesis {suffix} (production)  :: -poesi
point {n} (location or place)  :: punt {m}
point {n} (geometry: zero-dimensional object)  :: punt {m}
point {n} (electric power socket)  :: endoll {m}
pointed {adj} (sharp)  :: punxegut
pointer {n} (advice) SEE: advice  ::
pointer {n} (computer programming: variable that stores the address of another variable)  :: apuntador {m}
point guard {n} (ballhandling guard in basketball)  :: base {m} {f}
pointillism {n} (painting technique)  :: puntillisme {m}
point of view {n} (A position from which something is seen; outlook; standpoint)  :: punt de vista {m}
point of view {n} (An attitude, opinion, or set of beliefs)  :: punt de vista {m}
point out {v} (identify with a bodily gesture)  :: assenyalar
point out {v} (tell, remind, indicate to someone)  :: indicar
poison {n} (substance harmful to a living organism)  :: verí {m}, metzina {f}
poison {n} (something that harms)  :: verí {m}, metzina {f}
poison {v} (to use poison to kill or paralyse)  :: emmetzinar, enverinar
poison {v} (pollute)  :: emmetzinar, enverinar
poison {v} (make worse)  :: emmetzinar, enverinar
poison hemlock {n} (poisonous plant) SEE: hemlock  ::
poisoning {n} (administration of a poison)  :: enverinament {m}
poisoning {n} (state of being poisoned)  :: enverinament {m}
poisonous {adj} (containing sufficient poison to be dangerous)  :: verinós, tòxic
poker {n} (card game)  :: pòquer {m}
pokey {n} (prison)  :: garjola {f}
Poland {prop} (European country)  :: Polònia {f}
polar bear {n} (Ursus maritimus)  :: ós polar {m}, ós blanc {m}
polar cap {n} (high-latitude region covered by ice)  :: casquet polar
polarize {v} (to cause to have a polarization)  :: polaritzar
pole {n} (long and slender object)  :: pal
Pole {n} (person from Poland)  :: polonès {m}, polonesa {f}
polecat {n} (Mustela putorius)  :: turó
polecat {n} (skunk) SEE: skunk  ::
polemic {adj} (having the characteristics of a polemic)  :: polèmic
polemical {adj} (of, or relating to argument or controversy; polemic or contentious)  :: polèmic
polemical {adj} (disputatious)  :: polèmic
police {n} (an organisation that enforces the law)  :: policia {f}
police dog {n} (trained dog for police work)  :: gos policia {m}
police station {n} (building of police force)  :: comissaria {f}, comissaria de policia {f}
policy {n} (principle of conduct)  :: política {f}
policy {n} (law: insurance) SEE: insurance  ::
polish {v} (make a surface smooth or shiny)  :: polir
polish {v} (to refine; improve imperfections from)  :: polir
Polish {adj} (of Poland or its language)  :: polonès
Polish {prop} (the language of Poland)  :: polonès {m}
polisher {n} (person who makes something smooth and shiny)  :: polidor {m}
polisher {n} (tool)  :: polidora {f}
polisher {n} (machine)  :: polidora {f}
polisher {n} (person who refines)  :: polidor {m}
polite {adj} (well-mannered)  :: cortès
politely {adv} (in a polite manner)  :: cortesament
politeness {n} (act of being polite)  :: educació cortesia {f}
political {adj} (concerning or relating to politics)  :: polític
political {adj} (motivated by political calculation)  :: polític
politically {adv} (in a political manner)  :: políticament
political party {n} (political organization)  :: partit {m}, partit polític {m}
political prisoner {n} (person)  :: pres polític
politician {n} (one engaged in politics)  :: polític {m}, política {f}
politics {n} (a methodology and activities associated with running a government)  :: política {f}
polka {n} (dance)  :: polca {f}
polka dot {n} (uniform round dots forming a pattern on fabric)  :: pic
poll {n} (An election or a survey of a particular group)  :: enquesta {f}
pollen {n} (fine granular substance produced in flowers)  :: pol·len {m}
pollenize {v} (to impregnate with pollen)  :: pol·linitzar
pollinate {v} (To apply pollen to)  :: pol·linitzar
pollination {n} (transfer of pollen from an anther to a stigma)  :: pol·linització {f}
pollster {n} (person who conducts polls)  :: enquestador {m}
pollutant {n} (something that pollutes)  :: contaminant {m}
pollution {n} (the contamination of the environment by harmful substances)  :: contaminació {f}, pol·lució {f}
pollution {n} (something that pollutes; pollutant)  :: pol·luent {m}
polo {n} (ball game)  :: polo {m}
polonaise {n} (dance)  :: polonesa {f}
polonaise {n} (music for this dance)  :: polonesa {f}
polonium {n} (chemical element)  :: poloni {m}
poltroon {adj} (cowardly) SEE: cowardly  ::
polyarchy {n} (government in which power is invested in multiple people)  :: poliarquia {f}
polychromatic {adj} (showing a variety of colours)  :: policrom, policromàtic
polyethene {n} (polyethylene) SEE: polyethylene  ::
polyethylene {n} (polyethylene)  :: polietilè {m}
polygamist {n} (one who practices polygamy)  :: polígam {m}
polygamy {n} (the having of a plurality of socially bonded sexual partners at the same time)  :: poligàmia {f}
polygon {n} (plane figure bounded by straight edges)  :: polígon {m}
polyhedron {n} (geometry: solid figure)  :: poliedre {m}, políedre {m}
polymer {n} (molecule consisting of many identical monomers)  :: polímer {m}
polymeride {n} (polymer) SEE: polymer  ::
Polynesia {prop} (part of Oceania)  :: Polinèsia {f}
Polynesian {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Polynesia)  :: polinesi
Polynesian {n} (person from Polynesia)  :: polinesi {m}
Polynesian {n} (language group of Polynesia)  :: polinesi {m}
polynomial {adj} (in algebra)  :: polinomial
polynomial {n} (algebraic expression)  :: polinomi {m}
polyphasic {adj} (having multiple coexisting phases)  :: polifàsic {m}
polyphosphate {n} (class of inorganic polymers)  :: polifosfat {m}
polypod {adj} (having many feet)  :: polípode {m}
polypod {n} (animal with many feet)  :: polípode {m}
polysemy {n} (ability to have multiple meanings)  :: polisèmia {f}
polysyllabic {adj} (having more than one syllable)  :: polisíl·lab, polisil·làbic
polysynthetic {adj} (polysynthetic)  :: polisintètic
polytheism {n} (belief in the existence of many gods)  :: politeisme {m}
polytheist {n} (believer in polytheism)  :: politeista {m} {f}
polytheistic {adj} (of or relating to polytheism)  :: politeista
polythene {n} (polyethylene) SEE: polyethylene  ::
polyunsaturated {adj} (relating to long chain organic compounds)  :: poliinsaturat
pomegranate {n} (shrub/tree)  :: magraner {m}
pomegranate {n} (fruit)  :: magrana {f}
pomelo {n} (grapefruit) SEE: grapefruit  ::
pommel horse {n} (gymnastic apparatus)  :: cavall de salts {m}
pompous {adj} (affectedly grand)  :: pompós
pompously {adv} (in a pompous manner)  :: pomposament
ponce {n} (pimp) SEE: pimp  ::
poncho {n} (simple garment of cloth)  :: ponxo {m}
pond {n} (small lake)  :: bassa {f}
ponderous {adj} (dense) SEE: dense  ::
pontiff {n} (pope)  :: pontífex {m}
pony {n} (small horse)  :: poni {m}
poodle {n} (any of various breeds of poodle)  :: canitx {m}
poof {n} (A male homosexual.)  :: marieta {m}, marica {m}, maricó {m}
pool {n} (body of water)  :: gorg {m}, toll {m}
pool {n} (small body of standing or stagnant water; a puddle)  :: toll {m}, bassal {m}
pool {n} (swimming pool) SEE: swimming pool  ::
poop {v} (to defecate)  :: cagar
poop {n} (stern) SEE: stern  ::
poor {adj} (with no possessions or money)  :: pobre
poor {adj} (to be pitied)  :: pobre
poor {adj} (of low quality)  :: pobre
poor {n} (those with no possessions)  :: pobres {m-p}
poor {n}  :: els pobres
poorly {adj} (ill) SEE: ill  ::
poor thing {n} (someone or something to be pitied)  :: pobret {m}, pobreta {f}
pop {v} (to hit) SEE: hit  ::
pop {n} (affectionate form of father)  :: papi, papa {m}
pop {v} (to ejaculate) SEE: ejaculate  ::
popcorn {n} (a snack food made from corn kernels popped by dry heating)  :: crispeta {f}, rosa {f}, roseta {f}, gallet {m}
pope {n} (head of the Roman Catholic Church)  :: Papa {m}
Popemobile {n} (any of various vehicles with bulletproof glass sides used to transport the Pope)  :: papamòbil
popinjay {n} (Picus viridis) SEE: green woodpecker  ::
popinjay {n} (parrot) SEE: parrot  ::
poplar {n} (any of various deciduous trees of the genus Populus)  :: pollancre {m}, [white poplar] àlber {m}
poplit {n} (fossa at the back of the knee joint)  :: fossa poplítia {f}
popliteal fossa {n} (shallow depression located at the back of the knee joint) SEE: poplit  ::
poppy {n} (plant)  :: rosella {f}
populace {n} (inhabitants of a nation) SEE: population  ::
popular {adj} (of or pertaining to the common people)  :: popular
popular {adj} (liked by many people)  :: popular
popularise {v} (to make popular)  :: popularitzar
popularization {n} (the act of making something popular to the general public)  :: popularització {f}
population {n} (all people living within a political or geographical boundary)  :: població {f}
populism {n} (a political doctrine or philosophy)  :: populisme {m}
porbeagle {n} (Lamna nasus)  :: marraix {m}
porcelain {n} (hard, white, translucent ceramic)  :: porcellana {f}
porcine {adj} (of or pertaining to the pig)  :: porquí, porcí
porcini {n} (mushroom, Boletus edulis)  :: sureny {m}
porcupine {n} (large rodent)  :: porc espí {m}
pork rind {n} (food made from pork skin)  :: cotnes {f-p}
porn {n} (pornography) SEE: pornography  ::
pornocracy {n} (government by or dominated by prostitutes)  :: pornocràcia {f}
pornocracy {prop} (the period in the papacy known as The Rule of the Harlots)  :: Pornocràcia {f}
pornographer {n} (person involved in creation or dissemination of pornography)  :: pornògraf {m}, pornista {m} {f} (informal)
pornographic {adj} (containing an explicit depiction of sexual activity)  :: pornogràfic
pornography {n} (depiction of sexual subject matter with prurient intent)  :: pornografia {f}
porosity {n} (state of being porous)  :: porositat {f}
porosity {n} (measure of how porous a material is)  :: porositat {f}, porositat {f}
porous {adj} (full of tiny pores)  :: porós
porpoise {n} (cetacean)  :: marsopa {f}
porridge {n} (breakfast cereal dish, see also: oatmeal)  :: farinetes {f-p}
porron {n}  :: porró {m}
port {n} (dock or harbour)  :: port {m}
port {n} (left-hand side of a vessel when facing the front)  :: babor
port {n} (port city) SEE: port city  ::
portability {n} ([1] quality of being portable)  :: portabilitat {f}
portability {n} ([2] the ability of a program to execute properly on multiple hardware platforms)  :: portabilitat {f}
portable {adj} (able to be carried or moved)  :: portàtil, portable
port city {n} (city built around a port)  :: port {m}
portico {n} (small space with a roof supported by columns, serving as the entrance to a building)  :: pòrtic {m}
portion {n} (allocated amount)  :: porció {f}
portmanteau {n} (portmanteau word) SEE: portmanteau word  ::
portmanteau word {n} (word which combines the meaning of two words)  :: mot creuat {m}
portrait {n} (painting of a person)  :: retrat {m}
portrait {n} (an accurate depiction of a person, a mood, etc.)  :: retrat {m}
Portugal {prop} (country)  :: Portugal {m}
Portuguese {adj} (of or relating to the region of Portugal)  :: portuguès {m}, portuguesa {f}, [obsolete] portugalès {m}, portugalesa {f}; [Valencian] portugués {m}, portuguesa {f}
Portuguese {n} (person native to Portugal)  :: portuguès {m}, portuguesa {f}, [obsolete] portugalès {m}, portugalesa {f}; [Valencian] portugués {m}, portuguesa {f}
Portuguese {prop} (the language)  :: portuguès {m}, [obsolete] portugalès {m}; [Valencian] portugués {m}
Poseidon {prop} (the god of the sea)  :: Posidó {m}
posit {n} (A postulate)  :: postulat {m}
position {n} (place on a playing field)  :: posició {f}
positive {adj} (mathematics: greater than zero)  :: positiu
positive {adj} (characterised by constructiveness)  :: positiu
positive {adj} (physics: having more protons than electrons)  :: positiu
positive {adj} (grammar: describing the primary sense)  :: positiu
positive {adj} (characterised by the existence rather than absence of qualities or features)  :: positiu
positive {adj} (photography: of a visual image true to the original)  :: positiu
positive {adj} (favorable, desirable)  :: positiu
positive {n} (photography: a positive image)  :: positiu {m}
positively {adv} (in a positive manner)  :: positivament
positron {n} (positron)  :: positró {m}
possess {v} (to have; to have ownership of)  :: posseïr
possess {v} (to take control of someone's body or mind)  :: posseïr
possessed {adj} (controlled by evil spirits)  :: esperitat, endimoniat
possession {n} (something that is owned)  :: possessió {f}, propietat {f}
possession {n} (ownership; taking, holding, keeping something as one's own)  :: propietat {f}, possessió {f}
possession {n} (a territory under the rule of another country)  :: possessió {f}
possession {n} (the state of being possessed by a spirit or demon)  :: possessió {f}
possession {n} (control of the ball in a disputed sports game)  :: possessió {f}
possessive {adj} (pertaining to possession)  :: possessiu
possessive {adj} (grammar: indicating possession)  :: possessiu
possessive {adj} (unwilling to yield possession of)  :: possessiu
possessive pronoun {n} (pronoun which expresses possession)  :: pronom possessiu {m}
possibility {n} (a thing possible)  :: possibilitat {f}
possibility {n} (option)  :: possibilitat {f}
possible {adj} (able but not certain to happen)  :: possible
possible {adj} (capable of being done or achieved; feasible)  :: possible
possibly {adv} (adverb indicating that an action may successfully be performed)  :: possiblement
possibly {adv} (adverb indicating that a proposition may be true or false) SEE: perhaps  ::
post {n} (location on a basketball court)  :: pivot {m} {f}
postage stamp {n} (piece of paper indicating postage has been paid)  :: segell {m}
postal {adj} (relating to mail)  :: postal
post box {n} (box in which post can be left to be picked up) SEE: mailbox  ::
postcard {n} (rectangular piece of thick paper to be mailed without an envelope)  :: targeta postal {f}, postal {f}
poster {n} (advertisement, see also: placard)  :: cartell {m}
poster {n} (picture intended to be attached to a wall)  :: pòster {m}
posterior {adj} (located towards the rear)  :: posterior
posterior {adj} (following in order or time)  :: posterior
posterior auricular muscle {n} (muscle)  :: múscul auricular posterior {m}
posterior chamber {n} (space between iris and lens)  :: cambra posterior {f}
postern {n} (secondary gateway)  :: poterna {f}
post horn {n} (musical instrument)  :: corn de posta {m}
posthumous {adj} (born after one's father's death)  :: pòstum
posthumous {adj} (taking place after one's death)  :: pòstum
posthumous {adj} (in reference to a work, published after the author's death)  :: pòstum
postilion {n} (rider mounted on leading horse)  :: postilló {m}
postlude {n} (final part of a musical piece)  :: postludi {m}
postman {n} (mailman) SEE: mailman  ::
postmodernism {n} (a style of art, literature, etc)  :: postmodernisme {f}
postnatal {adj} (of or pertaining to the period immediately after birth)  :: postpart
post office {n} (place)  :: oficina de correus {f}, oficina postal {f}
postpone {v} (to delay or put off an event)  :: posposar, ajornar
postscript {n} (addendum to a letter)  :: Postdata
post-traumatic stress disorder {n} (condition that develops following some stressful situation)  :: trastorn per estrès posttraumàtic {m}
pot {n} (vessel for cooking or storing food etc.)  :: olla {f}
pot {n} (plaster cast) SEE: plaster cast  ::
potable {adj} (good for drinking)  :: potable
potassium {n} (the chemical element)  :: potassi {m}
potassium chloride {n} (the salt KCl)  :: clorur de potassi {m}
potassium hydroxide {n} (potassium hydroxide)  :: hidròxid de potassi {m}, potassa càustica {f}
potato {n} (plant tuber eaten as starchy vegetable)  :: patata {f}, creïlla {f} [Valencia]
potato salad {n} (salad made from chopped boiled potatoes)  :: amanida de patata
pot calling the kettle black {n} (situation in which somebody accuses someone else of a fault shared by the accuser)  :: aquò's la misèria que se trufa de l'espital (it's the charity laughing at the hospital)
potential {n} (currently unrealized ability)  :: potencial
potential {n} (physics: the radial component of a gravitational field)  :: potencial
potential {n} (energy of a unit electrical charge)  :: potencial
potential {adj} (existing in possibility)  :: potencial
potentially {adv} (in a manner showing much potential; with the possibility of happening in a given way)  :: potencialment
pothole {n} (a hole in a road)  :: clot {m}
potsherd {n} (piece of ceramic from pottery)  :: padellàs {m}
potter {n} (one who makes pots and ceramic wares)  :: terrissaire
pottery {n} (fired ceramic wares that contain clay when formed)  :: terrissa {f}
potty {n} (bathroom) SEE: bathroom  ::
potty {n} (toilet) SEE: toilet  ::
potty {n} (latrine) SEE: latrine  ::
potty {n} (chamber pot) SEE: chamber pot  ::
poultry {n} (birds)  :: aviram, volateria
pound {n} (unit of mass (16 ounces avoirdupois))  :: lliura {f}
pound {n} (unit of currency)  :: lliura {f}
pour {v} (to cause to flow in a stream)  :: abocar
pour gasoline on the fire {v} (add fuel to the fire) SEE: add fuel to the fire  ::
pouting {n} (fish, Trisopterus luscus)  :: mòllera fosca {f}, capellà {m}, capellà fosc {m}, faneca {f}, mòllera {f}
Po valley {prop} (large plain in northern Italy)  :: Plana Padana {f}
poverty {n} (quality or state of being poor)  :: pobresa {f}
poverty {n} (deficiency of elements)  :: pobresa {f}
powder {n} (fine particles of any dry substance)  :: pols {f}
powder {n} (gunpowder) SEE: gunpowder  ::
powdered milk {n} (dairy product) SEE: milk powder  ::
powder puff {n} (ball or pad of soft material used to apply powder)  :: bronja {f}
power {n} (capability or influence)  :: poder {m}
power {n} (physical force or strength)  :: poder {m}, potència {f}
powerful {adj} (having or capable of exerting power, potency or influence)  :: potent, poderós
powerfully {adv} (in a powerful manner)  :: poderosament, potentment
power plant {n} (power station) SEE: power station  ::
power play {n} (sports)  :: superioritat numèrica {f}
power station {n} (an industrial complex where electricity is produced)  :: central {f}, central elèctrica {f}
power supply {n} (part of apparatus)  :: font d'alimentació
pox {n} (A disease characterized by purulent skin eruptions that may leave pockmarks)  :: buba {f}
practical {adj} (based on practice or action rather than theory or hypothesis)  :: pràctic
practically {adv} (In practice, in effect)  :: pràcticament
practically {adv} (almost completely)  :: pràcticament
practice {n} (repetition of an activity to improve skill)  :: pràctica {f}
practice {n} (an ongoing pursuit of a craft or profession)  :: pràctica {f}
practice {n} (an observance of religious duties)  :: pràctica {f}
practice {n} (customary action, habit, or behaviour)  :: pràctica {f}
practice {n} (actual operation or experiment, in contrast to theory)  :: pràctica {f}
practise {v} (to repeat an activity as a way of improving one's skill)  :: practicar
practise {v} (to perform or execute a craft or skill)  :: practicar
practise {v} (to perform or observe in a habitual fashion)  :: practicar
practise {v} (to pursue (a career, especially law, fine art or medicine))  :: practicar
Pragian {prop} (a subdivision of the Devonian period)  :: Praguià
pragmatic {adj} (practical)  :: pragmàtic
pragmatism {n} (pursuit of practicality over aesthetic qualities)  :: pragmatisme {m}
pragmatism {n} (philosophical idea that beliefs are identified with the actions of a believer)  :: pragmatisme {m}
Prague {prop} (capital of the Czech Republic)  :: Praga
Prairial {prop} (the ninth month of French Republican Calendar)  :: pradial {m}
praise {n} (commendation; favorable representation in words)  :: alabança {f}, lloança {f}
praise {v} (to give praise to)  :: lloar
praiseworthy {adj} (meriting praise)  :: lloable, encomiable
praseodymium {n} (chemical element)  :: praseodimi {m}
pray {v} (to petition a higher being)  :: resar, pregar
pray {v} (to beg humbly for aid)  :: pregar
pray {v} (to talk to God)  :: resar, pregar
prayer {n} (practice of communicating with one's God)  :: oració, pregària
prayer {n} (the act of praying)  :: rés {m}
praying mantis {n} (any of various predatory insects of the Mantidae family)  :: mantodeu {m}, pregadéu {m}, pregamans {m}
precarious {adj} (dangerously insecure or unstable; perilous)  :: precari
precariously {adv} (in a precarious manner)  :: precàriament
precariousness {n} (state of being uncertain)  :: precarietat {f}
precedent {n} (past act used as example)  :: precedent {m}
precedent {n} (prior judgment in law)  :: precedent {m}
pre-Christian {adj} (before the arrival of Christianity)  :: precristià
precious {adv} (intensifier) SEE: very  ::
precious {adj} (of high value or worth)  :: preciós
precious metal {n} (metallic element with high economic value)  :: metall preciós {m}
precious stone {n} (gem)  :: pedra preciosa {f}
precipice {n} (a very steep cliff)  :: precipici {m}
precise {adj} (exact)  :: precís
precisely {adv} (in a precise manner)  :: precisament
precocious {adj} (characterized by exceptionally early development or maturity)  :: precoç
precocious {adj} (exhibiting advanced skills at an abnormally early age)  :: precoç
pre-Columbian {adj} (before Christopher Columbus)  :: precolombí
preconceived {adj} (conceived beforehand)  :: preconcebut
preconception {n} (prejudice) SEE: prejudice  ::
predecessor {n} (one who precedes)  :: antecessor {m}
predestination {n} (religious doctrine)  :: predestinació {f}
predestiny {n} (predestination) SEE: predestination  ::
predilection {n} (tendency towards)  :: predilecció {f}
predominant {adj} (common or widespread; prevalent)  :: predominant
predominant {adj} (significant or important; dominant)  :: predominant
predominantly {adv} (in a predominant manner)  :: predominantment
predominate {adj} (predominant) SEE: predominant  ::
preface {n} (beginning or introductory portion coming before the main text of a document or book)  :: prefaci {m}
preferable {adj} (Better than some other option)  :: preferible
preferably {adv} (in preference)  :: preferiblement
preferred {adj} (favoured)  :: preferit
prefix {n} (letters at the beginning of a word)  :: prefix {m}
pregnancy {n} (condition)  :: embaràs {m}, prenyat {m}
pregnant {adj} (fertile) SEE: fertile  ::
pregnant {adj} (carrying developing offspring within the body)  :: embarassat, encinta {f}, prenyat, gràvid
pregnant {adj} (having many possibilities or implications)  :: prenyat
preheat {v} (to heat something in preparation for further action, especially cooking)  :: preescalfar
prehensile {adj} (able to take hold of objects)  :: prènsil
prehistorian {n} (student of or expert in prehistory)  :: prehistoriador {m}
prehistoric {adj} (of relating to the epoch before written record)  :: prehistòric
prehistory {n} (history of human culture prior to written records)  :: prehistòria {f}
prejudice {n} (adverse judgement formed beforehand)  :: prejudici {m}
preliminary {adj} (in preparation for the main matter)  :: preliminar
prelude {n} (introductory event)  :: preludi {m}
prelude {n} (short piece of music)  :: preludi {m}
premarital {adj} (before one’s marriage)  :: prematrimonial
premier {n} (prime minister of a country) SEE: prime minister  ::
prenatal {adj} (being or happening before birth)  :: prenatal
prenuptial {adj} (occurring before marriage; antenuptial)  :: antenupcial
preon {n} (particle)  :: preó {m}
prep {n} (homework) SEE: homework  ::
prep {n} (preparation) SEE: preparation  ::
preparation {n}  :: preparació {f}
prepared {adj} (willing)  :: preparat, disposat
preposition {n} (grammar: a type of word like "of, from, for, by")  :: preposició {f}
prepuce {n} (foreskin of certain animals) SEE: sheath  ::
prepuce {n} (prepuce / foreskin)  :: prepuci {m}
prerogative {n} (right, generally) SEE: right  ::
prerogative {n} (right or power that is exclusive to a monarch etc.)  :: prerrogativa {f}
presbyopia {n} (inability of the eye, due to ageing, to focus on nearby objects)  :: presbícia {f}, vista cansada {f}
Presbyterianism {n} (form of Protestantism)  :: presbiterianisme {m}
presbytery {n} (chancel) SEE: chancel  ::
preschool {n} (nursery school) SEE: nursery school  ::
prescription {n} (written order for the administration of a medicine)  :: recepta {f}
presence {n} (fact or condition of being present)  :: presència {f}
present {n} (gift) SEE: gift  ::
present {adj} (pertaining to the current time)  :: actual, present
present {n} (current time)  :: present {m}
present {v} (bring into the presence of)  :: presentar
presentable {adj} (able to be presented)  :: presentable
presentiment {n} (a premonition; a feeling that something, often of undesirable nature, is going to happen)  :: pressentiment {m}
present participle {n} (verb form that indicates an ongoing action)  :: participi present {m}
preserve {n} (nature preserve)  :: reserva natural {f}
preserve {v} (to protect)  :: preservar
presidency {n} (office or role of president)  :: presidència {f}
presidency {n} (time during which one is president)  :: presidència {f}
president {n} (the head of state of a republic)  :: president {m}, presidenta {f}
presidential {adj} (presiding)  :: presidencial
presidential {adj} (pertaining to a president or presidency)  :: presidencial
presidential palace {n} (White House) SEE: White House  ::
press {v} (to press) SEE: bear  ::
press {n} (device used to apply pressure)  :: premsa {f}
press {n} (printed media)  :: premsa {f}
press {n} (printing machine)  :: premsa {f}, impressora {f}
press {v} (to apply pressure)  :: prémer
press {v}  :: prémer
prestige {n} (dignity, status, or esteem)  :: prestigi {m}
prestigious {adj} (of high prestige)  :: prestigiós
presumably {adv} (able to be sensibly presumed)  :: presumiblement
presumptively {adv} (as is presumed to be the case) SEE: presumably  ::
pretend {v} (to allege falsely)  :: fingir, fer veure
pretentious {adj} (marked by an unwarranted claim to importance or distinction)  :: pretensiós
pretentious {adj} (intended to impress others)  :: ostentós
pretentiously {adv} (in a manner with unwarranted claim to importance or distinction)  :: pretensiosament
preterite {adj} (showing an action at a determined moment in the past)  :: pretèrit
preterite {n} (preterite tense; simple past)  :: pretèrit {m}
pretext {n} (false, contrived or assumed purpose)  :: pretext {m}
pretty {adj} (especially of women and children: pleasant, attractive)  :: bonic
pretty {adv} (somewhat)  :: força
prevent {v} (to keep from happening)  :: impedir
preventive {adj} (preventing, hindering, or acting as an obstacle to)  :: preventiu
preventive {adj} (carried out to deter military aggression)  :: preventiu
preventive {adj} (slowing the development of an illness)  :: profilàctic
previous {adj} (prior)  :: previ, anterior
previous {adj} (premature)  :: prematur
previously {adv} (at an earlier time)  :: anteriorment, prèviament
prey {n} (that which may be seized by animals)  :: presa
Priabonian {prop} (subdivision of the Eocene epoch)  :: Priabonià
priapism {n} (medical condition)  :: priapisme {m}
price {n} (cost required to gain possession of something)  :: preu {m}
price {n} (cost of an action or deed)  :: preu {m}
priceless {adj} (so precious as not to be sold at any price)  :: no tenir preu
prickly {adj} (covered with sharp points)  :: espinós
prickly {adj} (easily irritated)  :: malhumorós
pride {n} (quality or state of being proud; inordinate self-esteem; an unreasonable conceit of one's own superiority in talents, beauty, wealth, rank etc.)  :: orgull
pride {n} (sense of one's own worth, and abhorrence of what is beneath or unworthy of one)  :: orgull {m}
priest {n} (clergyman)  :: sacerdot {m}, capellà {m}
priestess {n} (woman with religious duties)  :: sacerdotessa
prim {adj} (prudish)  :: posturer {m}
primarily {adv} (of a primary or central nature)  :: primàriament
primary {adj} (first in a group or series)  :: primari {m}, primària {f}
primary {adj} (that which is placed ahead of others)  :: primari {m}, primària {f}
primary {n} (first year of grade school)  :: primària {f}
primary {n} (base or fundamental component)  :: primari {m}, bàsic {m}, fonamental {m}
primary colour {n} (any of three colours which can generate all other colours)  :: color primari {m}
primate {n} (mammal)  :: primat {m}
prime {adj} (mathematics: having no factors except itself and unity)  :: primer
prime minister {n} (chief member of the cabinet and head of the government)  :: primer ministre {m}
prime number {n} (natural number)  :: nombre primer {m}
primer {n} (children's book introducing basic literacy)  :: beceroles, abecé
primeval {adj} (belonging to the first ages)  :: primigeni {m}
primitive {n}  :: primitiu {m}
primitive {adj} (one of the adjectival senses)  :: primitiu
primitively {adv} (in a primitive manner)  :: primitivament
primitiveness {n} (quality or state of being primitive)  :: primitivitat {f}, primitivisme {m}
primitivity {n} (primitiveness) SEE: primitiveness  ::
primrose {n} (plant of the genus Primula)  :: prímula {f}, primavera {f}
prince {n} (male ruler or head of a principality)  :: príncep {m}
prince {n} (son or male-line grandson of a reigning monarch)  :: príncep {m}
Prince Charming {n} (the fictional character)  :: príncep encantador {m}, príncep blau {m}
Prince Charming {n} (romantically ideal man)  :: príncep encantador {m}, príncep blau {m}
Prince Edward Island {prop} (Province in eastern Canada)  :: Illa del Príncep Eduard {f}
princess {n} (female monarch, or wife of a ruler)  :: princesa {f}
princess {n}  :: princesa {f}
principal {n} (the principal administrator of a school)  :: director {m}, directora {f}
print {n} (footprint) SEE: footprint  ::
printable {adj} (worthy or capable of being printed)  :: imprimible {m} {f}
printer {n} (computing: device used to print text or images)  :: impressora {f}
printout {n} (A hard copy)  :: llistat {m}
prior {adj} (former) SEE: former  ::
prior {adv} (previously) SEE: previously  ::
prioritization {n} (process of assigning priorities to things or tasks)  :: priorització {f}
prioritize {v} (to rank as having priority)  :: prioritzar
prioritized {adj} (Precedence; superior rank)  :: prioritat {f}
priority {n} (attributive use) SEE: prioritized  ::
prise {n} (prize) SEE: prize  ::
prison {n} (place of long-term confinement for those convicted of serious crimes)  :: presó {f}
prison {v} (imprison) SEE: imprison  ::
prisoner {n} (person incarcerated in a prison)  :: pres {m}, presoner {m}
prisoner {n} (figurative: any person held against his or her will)  :: pres {m}, presoner {m}
pristine {adj} (unspoiled)  :: primitiu, primer, pristí
pristine {adj} (pertaining to the earliest state of something)  :: pristí
privacy {n} (state of being private)  :: privacitat {f}, privadesa {f}
private {adj} (belonging to, concerning, or accessible only to an individual person or a specific group)  :: privat, personal
private {adj} (not accessible by the public)  :: privat
private {adj}  :: privat
private key {n} (unpublished key)  :: clau privada {f}
privately {adv} (in a private manner)  :: privadament
privatization {n} (transfer from the government to private ownership)  :: privatització {f}
privatize {v} (to release government control to private industry)  :: privatitzar
privet {interj} (hello) SEE: hello  ::
privet {n} (Any of various shrubs and small trees in the genus Ligustrum)  :: troana {f}
privilege {n} (particular benefit, advantage, or favor)  :: privilegi {m}
privileged {adj} (having special privileges)  :: privilegiat
privy {n} (lavatory or toilet) SEE: toilet  ::
privy {n} (latrine) SEE: latrine  ::
prize {n} (something captured)  :: botí {m}
prize {n} (honor or reward striven for in a competitive contest)  :: premi {m}
prize {n} (that which may be won by chance)  :: premi {m}
pro {n} (advantage of something)  :: pro {m}
pro {prep} (in favor of)  :: pro
probability {n} (state of being probable; likelihood)  :: probabilitat {f}
probability {n} (event that is likely to occur)  :: probabilitat {f}
probability {n} (relative likelihood of an event happening)  :: probabilitat {f}
probability {n} (mathematical probability)  :: probabilitat {f}
probable {adj} (likely to be true)  :: probable
probable {adj} (likely to happen)  :: probable
probably {adv} (in all likelihood)  :: probablement
problem {n} (difficulty)  :: problema {m}
problem {n} (schoolwork exercise)  :: problema {m}
problem {n} (puzzling circumstance)  :: problema {m}
problematic {adj} (posing a problem)  :: problemàtic
problematic {adj} (uncertain, debatable, questionable)  :: problemàtic, dubtós, incert
problematical {adj} (problematic) SEE: problematic  ::
proboscis {n} (elongated tube)  :: probòscide {f}
procedure {n} (method for performing a task)  :: procediment {m}
procedure {n} (series of small tasks to accomplish an end)  :: procediment {m}
procedure {n} (set of established forms or methods of an organized body)  :: procediment {m}
procedure {n} (computing: subroutine or function coded to perform a specific task)  :: procediment {m}
process {n} (series of events to produce a result)  :: procés {m}
process {n} (path of succession of states through which a system passes)  :: procés {m}
process {v} (to perform a particular process)  :: processar
procession {n} (act of progressing or proceeding)  :: processió {f}
procession {n} (group of people or thing moving along in an orderly manner)  :: processió {f}
proclamation {n} (a statement which is proclaimed)  :: proclamació {f}
procreate {v} (to beget)  :: procrear
procreate {v} (to procreate) SEE: beget  ::
prodigal {adj} (wastefully extravagant)  :: pròdig
prodigal son {n} (one who returns)  :: fill pròdig
prodigious {adj} (gigantic or huge)  :: prodigiós
prodigious {adj} (amazing)  :: prodigiós
prodigy {n} (something from which omens are drawn)  :: prodigi {m}
prodigy {n} (amazing or marvellous thing)  :: prodigi {m}
prodigy {n} (wonderful example of something)  :: prodigi {m}
prodigy {n} (extremely talented person, especially a child)  :: prodigi {m}
produce {v} (to make or manufacture)  :: produir
producer {n} (in arts)  :: productor {m}, productora {f}
product {n} (commodity for sale)  :: producte {m}
product {n} (amount created by a process)  :: producte {m}
product {n} (consequence of efforts)  :: producte {m}
product {n} (result of chemical reaction)  :: producte {m}
product {n} (multiplication result)  :: producte {m}
productive {adj} (capable of producing something)  :: productiu
productive {adj} (yielding good or useful results; constructive)  :: productiu
productivity {n} (state of being productive)  :: productivitat {f}
profane {adj} (Not sacred or holy)  :: profà
profane {v} (To violate, as anything sacred; to treat with abuse, irreverence, obloquy, or contempt)  :: profanar
profession {n} (occupation)  :: professió {f}, ofici {m}
professional {n} (person who belongs to a profession)  :: professional
professional {n} (person who earns his living from a specified activity)  :: professional {m} {f}
professional {n} (expert)  :: professional
professional {adj} (of, pertaining to, or in accordance with the standards of a profession)  :: professional
professional {adj} (expert)  :: professional, perit
professionalize {v} (make something professional)  :: professionalitzar
professionally {adv} (in a professional manner)  :: professionalment
professional wrestling {n} (Entertainment characterized by choreographed wrestling)  :: lluita lliure {f}
professor {n} (a higher ranking for a teacher or faculty member at a college or university)  :: professor {m}, professora {f}
proficiency {n} (ability or skill)  :: habilitat, competència {f}
proficient {adj} (skilled)  :: perit, capaç, versat
profitable {adj} (producing profit)  :: profitós, rendible
profoundly {adv} (deeply) SEE: deeply  ::
progenitor {n} (founder) SEE: founder  ::
progeny {n} (offspring)  :: progènie {f}
prognathic {adj} (prognathous) SEE: prognathous  ::
prognathous {adj} (with jaws projecting forward)  :: prògnat {m}
program {n} (set of structured activities)  :: programa {m}
program {n} (leaflet listing information about a play, game or other activity)  :: programa {m}
program {n} (performance of a show or other broadcast on radio or television)  :: programa {m}
program {n} (software application)  :: programa {m}
programme {n} (programme) SEE: program  ::
programmer {n} (one who writes computer programs)  :: programador {m}
programming language {n} (code of reserved words and symbols)  :: llenguatge de programació {f}
progress {n} (a moving forward)  :: progrés
progress {v}  :: progressar
progression {n} (moving from one thing to another)  :: progressió {f}
progression {n} (mathematical sequence)  :: progressió {f}
progressive {adj} (continuous) SEE: continuous  ::
progressive {adj} (favouring or promoting progress; advanced)  :: progressista
progressive {adj} (gradually advancing in extent; increasing)  :: progressiu
progressive {adj} (promoting or favoring progress towards improved conditions or new policies, ideas or methods)  :: progressista
progressive {adj} (increasing in rate as the taxable amount increases)  :: progressiu
progressive {adj} (advancing in severity)  :: progressiu
progressively {adv} (in a progressive manner)  :: progressivament
progressivism {n} (political ideology)  :: progressisme {m}
prohibit {v} (to proscribe officially)  :: prohibir
prohibited {adj} (forbidden) SEE: forbidden  ::
project {n} (planned endeavor)  :: projecte {m}
projectile {n} (object intended to be or having been fired from a weapon)  :: projectil {m}
prolific {adj} (Fertile, producing offspring or fruit in great abundance)  :: prolífic
prolific {adj} (Similarly producing results or works in abundance)  :: prolífic
prolix {adj} (tediously lengthy)  :: prolix
prolix {adj} (tending to use large or obscure words, which few understand)  :: prolix
prolog {n} (prologue) SEE: prologue  ::
prologue {n} (speech or section used as an introduction, especially to a play or novel)  :: pròleg {m}
promenade {n} (place to walk)  :: passeig {m}
promenade {v} (to walk)  :: passejar
Prometheus {prop} (Greek mythological figure)  :: Prometeu {m}
promethium {n} (chemical element)  :: prometi {m}
prominence {n} (being prominent)  :: prominència {f}
prominent {adj} (projecting, protuberant)  :: prominent
prominent {adj} (likely to attract attention)  :: prominent
prominent {adj} (eminent, distinguished above others)  :: prominent
promiscuity {n} (state or quality of being promiscuous)  :: promiscuïtat {f}
promiscuous {adj} (made up of various disparate elements mixed together)  :: promiscu
promiscuous {adj} (made without careful choice; indiscriminate)  :: promiscu
promiscuous {adj} (indiscriminate in choice of sexual partners)  :: promiscu
promiscuously {adv} (in a promiscuous manner)  :: promíscuament
promiscuousness {n} (promiscuity) SEE: promiscuity  ::
promise {n} (vow)  :: promesa {f}
promise {v} (to commit to something or action)  :: prometre
promising {adj} (showing promise, and likely to develop in a desirable fashion)  :: prometedor
promo {n} (promotion)  :: promo
prompt {adj} (quick)  :: ràpid
prompt {adj} (on time)  :: puntual
prompt {v} (to lead someone toward what they should say or do)  :: incitar
prompt {v} (to show or tell an actor/person the words they should be saying, or actions they should be doing)  :: apuntar
prompt {v} (to cause or lead to)  :: causar
pronaos {n} (the inner area of the portico of a Greek or Roman temple)  :: prónaos {m}
prone {adj} (lying face downward; prostrate)  :: pron, bocaterrós
prone {adj} (predisposed)  :: predisposat, propens, procliu
pronoun {n} (type of noun)  :: pronom {m}
pronounce {v} (to pronounce) SEE: say  ::
pronounce {v} (to sound out a word)  :: pronunciar
pronunciation {n} (sound of a word)  :: pronunciació {f}, pronúncia {f}
pronunciation {n} (way in which words are pronounced)  :: pronunciació {f}, pronúncia {f}
proof {n} (any effort, process, or operation designed to establish or discover a fact or truth)  :: prova {f}
prop {n} (rugby: player next to the hooker in a scrum)  :: pilar {m} {f}
propaganda {n} (concerted set of messages)  :: propaganda {f}
propane {n} (aliphatic hydrocarbon: C3H8)  :: propà {m}
proparoxytone {adj} (proparoxytone)  :: proparoxíton
propeller {n} (mechanical device used to propel)  :: hèlice {f}
propelling pencil {n} (mechanical pencil) SEE: mechanical pencil  ::
propenoic {adj} (acrylic) SEE: acrylic  ::
proper {adj} (fit, suitable)  :: adequat
proper noun {n} (the name of a particular person, place, organization or other individual entity)  :: nom propi
property {n} (something owned)  :: propietat {f}, possessió {f}
property {n} (piece of real estate)  :: propietat {f}
property {n} (exclusive right of possessing, enjoying and disposing of a thing)  :: pertinença {f}
property {n} (attribute or abstract quality associated with an object, individual or concept)  :: propietat {f}
property {n} (an attribute characteristic of a class of objects)  :: propietat {f}
property {n} (computing: an editable parameter associated with an application, or its value)  :: propietat {f}
property {n}  :: hisenda {f}
prophecy {n} (prediction)  :: profecia {f}
prophesy {v} (to predict)  :: profetitzar
prophesy {v} (to speak as a prophet)  :: profetitzar
prophet {n} (one who speaks by divine inspiration)  :: profeta {m} {f}
prophet {n} (one who foretells the future)  :: profeta {m} {f}
prophetic {adj} (of, or relating to a prophecy or a prophet)  :: profètic
prophylactic {adj} (Serving to prevent or protect against an undesired effect, especially disease)  :: profilàctic
proportion {n} (quantity that is part of the whole)  :: proporció {f}
proportional {adj} (at a constant ratio (to))  :: proporcional
proportional {adj} (proportionate)  :: proporcional
proportionally {adv} (in proportion)  :: proporcionalment
proportionate {adj} (proportional)  :: proporcional
proportionate {adj} (harmonious and symmetrical)  :: proporcional
proposal {n} (that which is proposed)  :: proposta {f}
propose {v} (to suggest a plan or course of action)  :: proposar
propriety {n} (fitness; the quality of being appropriate)  :: propietat {f}
propriety {n} (correctness in behaviour and morals)  :: propietat {f}
propyl {n} (hydrocarbon radicals)  :: propil {m}
pros and cons {n} (for and against)  :: el pro i el contra {m}, els pros i els contres {m-p}
proscenium {n} (modern theatre: stage area between the curtain and the orchestra)  :: prosceni {m}
proscenium {n} (ancient theatre: stage area immediately in front of the scene building)  :: prosceni {m}
proscenium {n} (ancient theatre: row of columns at the front the scene building)  :: prosceni {m}
prose {n} (written language not intended as poetry)  :: prosa {f}
prosecute {v} (To pursue something to the end)  :: perseguir
prosecutor {n} (a person instituting criminal prosecution)  :: fiscal {m} {f}
prosimian {n} (primate suborder)  :: prosimi {m}
prosody {n} (linguistics: study of rhythm and other attributes in speech)  :: prosòdia {f}
prospect {n} (potential things that may come to pass, usually favorable)  :: prospeccions
prospect {v} (to search as for gold)  :: fer prospeccions
prosper {v} (to be successful)  :: prosperar
prosperous {adj} (characterized by success)  :: pròsper
prosperous {adj} (well off; affluent)  :: pròsper
prosperous {adj} (favorable)  :: pròsper
prostate {n} (prostate gland)  :: pròstata {f}
prostatectomy {n} (surgical removal of prostate)  :: prostatectomia {f}
prostate gland {n} (prostate) SEE: prostate  ::
prostatitis {n} (inflammation of the prostate)  :: prostatitis {f}
prostitute {n} (a person having sex for profit)  :: prostitut {m}, prostituta {f}
prostitute {v} (to perform sexual activity for money)  :: prostituir-se
prostitute {n} (promiscuous person) SEE: whore  ::
prostitution {n} (having sex for profit)  :: prostitució {f}
prostyle {n} (building)  :: pròstil {m}
protactinium {n} (chemical element)  :: protactini {m}
protagonist {n} (main character)  :: protagonista {m} {f}
protagonist {n} (leading person in a contest)  :: protagonista {m} {f}
protect {v} (to keep safe)  :: protegir
protection {n} (process of keeping safe)  :: protecció {f}
protectorate {n} (government by a protector)  :: protectorat {m}
protein {n} (biochemistry: complex molecule)  :: proteïna {f}
protein {n} (class of food)  :: proteïna {f}
proteomics {n} (branch of molecular biology)  :: proteòmica {f}
protest {v} (to make a strong objection)  :: protestar
protest {n} (formal objection)  :: protesta {f}
Protestantism {n} (faith)  :: protestantisme {m}
protester {n} (person who protests)  :: protestant {m} {f}
prothrombin {n} (glycoprotein)  :: protrombina {f}
Proto-Indo-European {prop} (ancestor language of most European and Indian languages)  :: protoindoeuropeu {m}
Proto-Indo-Germanic {prop} (Proto-Indo-European) SEE: Proto-Indo-European  ::
proto-language {n} (common ancestor language)  :: protollengua {f}
Proto-Mayan {prop} (hypothetical prehistoric ancestor language)  :: proto-maia
proton {n} (positively charged nucleon)  :: protó
protoplanet {n} (astronomical object)  :: protoplaneta {f}
protozoal {adj} (protozoan) SEE: protozoan  ::
protozoan {n} (any of a diverse group of eukaryotes)  :: protozou {m}
protractor {n} (a circular or semicircular tool for measuring angles)  :: transportador {m}, semicercle
proturan {n} (insect of Protura)  :: protur {m}
proud {adj} (gratified, feeling honoured, feeling satisfied)  :: orgullós
proud {adj} (possessed of a due sense of what one is worth or deserves)  :: orgullós
proud {adj} (having a too high opinion of oneself; arrogant, supercilious)  :: orgullós, arrogant
proud {adj} (obsolete: brave, valiant; gallant)  :: orgullós
proud {adj} (standing out, swollen)  :: orgullós
proudly {adv} (in a proud manner)  :: orgullosament
proverb {n} (phrase expressing a basic truth)  :: proverbi {m}, dita {f}, refrany {m}, parèmia {f}
province {n} (a subdivision of government usually one step below the national level)  :: província {f}
provincial {adj} (of or pertaining to a province)  :: provincial
provisional {adj} (temporary)  :: provisional, provisori
provisionally {adv} (in a provisional way)  :: provisionalment
provocative {adj} (tending to provoke strong negative feeling)  :: provocador, provocatiu
prow {n} (fore part of a vessel; bow)  :: proa {f}
prowl {v} (To be on the lookout for some prey)  :: aguaitar
prowl {v} (To be watching over something)  :: aguaitar
proximately {adv} (approximately) SEE: approximately  ::
proximity {n} (closeness; the state of being near as in space, time, or relationship)  :: proximitat {f}
proxy server {n} (hardware server)  :: servidor intermediari {m}
præstige {n} (Archaic spelling of prestige) SEE: prestige  ::
Prudence {prop} (female given name)  :: Prudència {f}
prudently {adv} (in a prudent manner)  :: prudentment
prune {n} (plum) SEE: plum  ::
prune {n} (dried plum)  :: pruna seca {f}
prune {v} (trim a tree or shrub)  :: podar
Prussian blue {n} (colour)  :: blau de Prússia {m}
pry {v} (to look where one is not welcome; to be nosey)  :: dotorejar
PS {initialism} (addendum to a letter)  :: PS
psalm {n} (sacred song)  :: salm {m}, psalm {m}
psalm {n} (a hymn collected into one book of the Old Testament)  :: salm {m}, psalm {m}
psalm {v} (to extol in psalms; to sing)  :: salmejar, psalmejar
psalter {n} (The Book of Psalms)  :: saltiri {m}
psalterium {n} (zither-like instrument)  :: tamborí de cordes {m}
psaltery {n} (instrument)  :: saltiri {m}
pseudo- {prefix} (not genuine)  :: pseudo-
pseudocroup {n} (croup) SEE: croup  ::
pseudoephedrine {n} (sympathomimetic alkaloid)  :: pseudoefedrina
pseudohermaphrodite {n} (individual with a genital malformation)  :: pseudohermafrodita
pseudohermaphroditism {n} (having different internal and external sexual organs)  :: pseudohermafroditisme {m}
pseudonym {n} (fictitious name)  :: pseudònim {m}
pseudopod {n} (temporary projection)  :: pseudòpode {m}
pseudoscience {n} (purported science)  :: pseudociència {f}
psi {n} (Greek letter)  :: psi {f}
psoriasis {n} (facial skin disease)  :: psoriasi {f}
psyched {adj} (thrilled)  :: emocionat, mentalitzat
psyched {adj} (frightened)  :: asustat
psychedelic {adj} (of, containing or generating hallucinations, etc.)  :: psicodèlic
psychiatric {adj} (of, or relating to, psychiatry)  :: psiquiàtric
psychiatrist {n} (doctor specializing in psychiatry)  :: psiquiatre {m}
psychiatry {n} (branch of medicine dealing with mental illness)  :: psiquiatria {f}
psycho- {prefix} (relating to the mind)  :: psico-
psychoanalysis {n} (family of psychological theories)  :: psicoanàlisi {f}
psychoanalyst {n} (practitioner)  :: psicoanalista {m} {f}
psychoanalytic {adj} (of or relating to psychoanalysis)  :: psicoanalític
psychoanalytical {adj} (psychoanalytic) SEE: psychoanalytic  ::
psychoanalyze {v} (practice psychoanalysis)  :: psicoanalitzar
psychological {adj} (of or pertaining to psychology)  :: psicològic
psychologically {adv} (in a psychological manner)  :: psicològicament
psychologist {n} (expert in the field of psychology)  :: psicòleg {m}
psychology {n} (study of the human mind)  :: psicologia {f}
psychology {n} (the study of the human behavior)  :: psicologia {f}
psychology {n} (the mental characteristics of a particular individual)  :: psicologia {f}
psychometrics {n} (design of psychological tests to measure intelligence)  :: psicometria {f}
psychopathology {n} (study of mental illness)  :: psicopatologia {f}
psychopathy {n} (personality disorder)  :: psicopatia {f}
psychosis {n} (mental disorder)  :: psicosi {f}
psychosocial {adj} (having both psychological and social aspects)  :: psicosocial
psychotherapy {n} (treatment of those with mental illness)  :: psicoteràpia {f}
psychrometer {n} (instrument which measures atmospheric humidity)  :: psicròmetre {m}
pétanque {n} (form of boules)  :: petanca {f}
pterodactyl {n} (informal term for any pterosaur)  :: pterodàctil {m}
pterosaur {n} (extinct flying reptile)  :: pterosaure {m}
pub {n} (public house)  :: bar {m}, taverna {f}
puberty {n} (age at which a person is first capable of sexual reproduction)  :: pubertat {f}
pubescent {n} (arriving at puberty)  :: púber, pubescent
pubic {adj} (of, or relating to the area of the body adjacent to the pubis)  :: púbic
pubis {n} (the pubic bone)  :: pubis {m}
public {adj} (pertaining to people as a whole)  :: públic
publication {n} (act of publishing)  :: publicació {f}
publication {n} (an issue of printed or other matter)  :: publicació {f}
public domain {n} (realm of intellectual property)  :: domini públic {m}
public finance {n} (field of economics)  :: hisenda pública {f}
public good {n} (good that is non-rivalrous and non-excludable)  :: bé públic {m}
public house {n} (pub) SEE: pub  ::
publicity {n} (advertising or other activity designed to rouse public interest in something)  :: publicitat {f}
publicity {n} (public interest attracted in this way)  :: publicitat {f}
public key {n} (the public one of the two keys used in asymmetric cryptography)  :: clau pública {f}
public law {n} (law)  :: dret públic {m}
publicly {adv} (in an open and public manner)  :: públicament
public speaking {n} (art of public speaking) SEE: oratory  ::
public works {n} (projects carried out by the government)  :: obra pública {f}
publish {v} (to issue a medium (e.g. publication))  :: publicar
publish {v} (to issue something (usually printed work) for sale and distribution)  :: publicar
publish {v} (to announce to the public)  :: publicar
puck {n} (disk used in hockey)  :: disc {m}
pudding {n} (any dessert) SEE: dessert  ::
puddle {n} (a small pool of water)  :: bassiot {m}, toll {m}
puddle {v} (to form a puddle)  :: entollar
pudor {n} (appropriate sense of modesty or shame)  :: pudor {m}
Puerto Rican {adj} (pertaining to Puerto Rico)  :: porto-riqueny
Puerto Rico {prop} (Caribbean Commonwealth)  :: Puerto Rico {m}
puff {n} (homosexual) SEE: poof  ::
puff {n} (powder puff) SEE: powder puff  ::
puffin {n} (seabird with a coloured beak)  :: fraret {m}
pugilist {n} (one who fights with his fists; a boxer)  :: pugilista {m} {f}
Puglian {adj} (Apulian) SEE: Apulian  ::
pugnacious {adj} (aggressive, belligerent)  :: pugnaç
pug nose {n} (a short nose)  :: nas xato {m}
pug-nosed {adj} (having a pug nose)  :: xato {m}
pull {v} (transitive: apply force to (something) so it comes towards one)  :: tirar
pullet {n} (spineless person) SEE: chicken  ::
pull the plug {v} (disconnect from a supply) SEE: unplug  ::
pulmonary {adj} (related to lungs)  :: pulmonar
pulmonary alveolus {n} (small air sac in the lungs)  :: alvèol pulmonar {m}
pulmonary artery {n} (artery that connects the right ventricle of the heart to the lungs)  :: artèria pulmonar {f}
pulmonary tuberculosis {n} (tuberculosis infecting the lungs)  :: tuberculosi
pulpit {n} (raised platform in church)  :: púlpit {m}
pulsar {n} (rotating neutron star)  :: púlsar {m}
pulse {n} (regular beat caused by the heart)  :: pols {m}
pulse {n} (beat, throb)  :: pulsació
pulse {n} (in music)  :: pulsació {f}
pumice {n} (pumice)  :: pumicita {f}
pump {n} (trainer or sneaker) SEE: trainer  ::
pumpkin {n} (plant)  :: carbassera {f}, carabassera {f}
pumpkin {n} (fruit of this plant)  :: carbassa {f}, carabassa {f}
pun {n} (joke or type of wordplay)  :: joc de paraules {m}
punch {n} (hit or strike with one's fist)  :: cop de puny {m}
punch {v} (to herd cattle) SEE: herd  ::
punching bag {n} (device used to practice punching)  :: sac de boxa {m}
punching bag {n} (object of abuse)  :: sac de boxa {m}
punctual {adj} (prompt)  :: puntual
punctuality {n} (state of being punctual)  :: puntualitat {f}
punctually {adv} (in a punctual manner)  :: puntualment
punctuate {v} (add punctuation to)  :: puntuar
punctuate {v} (emphasize, stress) SEE: emphasize  ::
punctuation {n} (set of symbols)  :: puntuació {f}
punctuation mark {n} (symbol to make the sense of what is written easier to determine)  :: signe de puntuació {m}
puncture {v} (puncture) SEE: pierce  ::
Punic {adj} (Carthaginian) SEE: Carthaginian  ::
punish {v} (to cause to suffer for crime or misconduct)  :: punir, castigar
punishment {n} (the act of punishing)  :: punició {f}, puniment {m}
punishment {n} (penalty for wrongdoing)  :: càstig {m}
punishment {n} (suffering imposed as retribution)  :: punició {f}, puniment {m}
punishment {n} (harsh treatment or experience)  :: punició {f}, puniment {m}
punitive {adj} (punishing)  :: punitiu
Punjab {prop} (geographical region in South Asia)  :: Panjab
Punjabi {adj} (of, pertaining to, descended from the people or culture of the Punjab, or written in the Punjabi language)  :: panjabi
Punjabi {prop} (language spoken in the Punjab region, in Northern India and Eastern Pakistan)  :: panjabi {m}
punk {n} (prostitute) SEE: prostitute  ::
punt {n} (American football: drop-kick)  :: xut al vol {m}
puny {adj} (of inferior size)  :: feble, escarransit, desnerit
pupil {n} (learner)  :: pupil {m}, pupil·la {f}
pupil {n} (the hole in the middle of the iris of the eye)  :: pupil·la {f}
puppet {n} (doll) SEE: doll  ::
puppy {n} (young dog)  :: cadell {m}
pure {adj} (free of flaws or imperfections)  :: pur
pure {adj} (free of foreign material or pollutants)  :: pur
pure {adj} (free of immoral behavior or qualities; clean)  :: pur
purely imaginary number {n} (imaginary number) SEE: imaginary number  ::
purgative {adj} (capable of purging)  :: purgatiu
purgatory {n} (Purgatory) SEE: Purgatory  ::
Purgatory {prop} (intermediate state after physical death)  :: purgatori {m}
purify {v} (cleanse something of impurities)  :: purificar
purism {n} (insistence on the traditionally correct way)  :: purisme {m}
purist {adj} (pertaining to purism)  :: purista
purist {n} (advocate of purism)  :: purista {m} {f}
Puritan {n} (member of a particular Protestant religious sect)  :: purità
purity {n} (the state of being pure)  :: puresa {f}
purple {n} (colour)  :: porpra {f}, púrpura {f}
purple {adj} (colour)  :: porpra, purpuri
purposefully {adv} (on purpose) SEE: on purpose  ::
purr {v} (cat to make a vibrating sound in its throat)  :: roncar, ronronejar
purse {n} (small bag for carrying money)  :: moneder {m}
purslane {n} (Portulaca oleracea)  :: verdolaga
pursuit {n} (act of pursuing)  :: perseguiment {m}
pus {n} (fluid found in regions of infection)  :: pus {m}
push {v} (transitive: apply a force to (an object) so that it moves away)  :: empènyer, empentar
push {n} (short, directed application of force; act of pushing)  :: empenta {f}
push {n} (great effort (to do something))  :: empenta {f}
push {n} (attempt to persuade someone)  :: empenta {f}
pushpin {n} (thumbtack) SEE: thumbtack  ::
push scooter {n} (a child's foot-operated vehicle) SEE: scooter  ::
pussy {n} (slang: female genitalia)  :: cony {m}
put {v} (to place something somewhere)  :: posar, ficar, metre
put {v}  :: posar, pondre
putative {adj} (commonly believed or deemed to be the case)  :: putatiu
put away {v} (to kill someone) SEE: kill  ::
put away {v} (to send (someone) to prison) SEE: imprison  ::
Putin {prop} (surname)  :: Putin
put out {n} (baseball statistic)  :: eliminació {f}
put out {v} (extinguish)  :: apagar
putrescible {adj} (Decomposable; capable of becoming putrescent; rottable)  :: putrescible
putrid {adj} (rotting, rotten, being in a state of putrefaction)  :: pútrid
putsch {n} (a coup; an illegal effort to forcibly overthrow the current government)  :: cop d'estat {m}
putt {v} (to lightly strike a golf ball with a putter)  :: fer un putt
putting green {n} (area on a golf course)  :: green {m}
put to death {v} (to kill as punishment) SEE: execute  ::
put to words {v} (verbally express) SEE: articulate  ::
put up with {v} (to put up with) SEE: bear  ::
puzzle {n} (crossword puzzle) SEE: crossword  ::
puzzle {n} (game for one person)  :: trencaclosques {m}
puzzle {n} (jigsaw puzzle) SEE: jigsaw puzzle  ::
puzzled {adj} (confused or perplexed)  :: perplex
pygmy {n} (a member of various African peoples)  :: pigmeu {m}
pylon {n} (obelisk) SEE: obelisk  ::
pyramid {n} (ancient construction)  :: piràmide {f}
pyramid {n} (construction)  :: piràmide {f}
pyramid {n} (in geometry, a solid with triangular lateral faces and a polygonal base)  :: piràmide {f}
pyramidal {adj} (pyramid-shaped)  :: piramidal
pyre {n} (a funeral pile)  :: pira {f}
Pyrenean {adj} (of or pertaining to the Pyrenees)  :: pirinenc
Pyrenean ibex {n} (recently extinct subspecies of ibex)  :: herc {m}, erc {m}
Pyrenees {prop} (the mountain range separating Spain from France)  :: Pirineus {m-p}
pyrheliometer {n} (measuring device)  :: pirheliòmetre {m}
pyrochlore {n} (mineral)  :: piroclor {m}
pyroclastic flow {n} (pyroclastic flow)  :: flux piroclàstic {m}
pyrolysis {n} (decomposition of a material or compound due to heat where there is no oxygen or other reagents)  :: piròlisi
pyromania {n} (disorder)  :: piromania {f}
pyromaniac {n} (one who is obsessed with fire)  :: piròman
pyrometer {n} (thermometer)  :: piròmetre {m}
pyrotechnic {adj} (of or relating to fireworks)  :: pirotècnic
pyrotechnic {adj} (of or relating to pyrotechny)  :: pirotècnic
pyrotechnics {n} (firework) SEE: firework  ::
pyrotechnics {n} (art and technology of fireworks)  :: pirotècnia {f}
Pyrrhic {adj} (achieved at excessive cost)  :: pírric
Pythagoras {prop} (Ancient Greek mathematician and philosopher)  :: Pitàgores
pyxis {n} (anatomy: acetabulum) SEE: acetabulum  ::