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qadi {n} (judge in Islam)  :: cadi
Qatar {prop} (a country in the Middle East)  :: Qatar {m}
qi {n} (chi) SEE: chi  ::
qibla {n} (direction of praying)  :: alquibla {f}
qigong {n} (system of breathing control)  :: txi-kung {m}
quacksalver {n} (one falsely claiming to possess medical or other skills)  :: curandero {m}
quad {adj} (quadrilateral) SEE: quadrilateral  ::
quadrangle {n} (quadrilateral) SEE: quadrilateral  ::
quadrant {n} (section)  :: quadrant {m}
quadrant {n} (region of the Cartesian plane)  :: quadrant {m}
quadrant {n} (fourth of a circle)  :: quadrant {m}
quadrant {n} (measuring device)  :: quadrant {m}
quadrature amplitude modulation {n} (method of sending information)  :: modulació d'amplitud en quadratura {f}
quadriga {n} (Roman racing chariot and team of four horses)  :: quadriga {f}
quadrilateral {n} (polygon having four sides)  :: quadrilàter {m}
quadrilateral {adj} (having four sides)  :: quadrilàter
quadrillion {num} (a million trillion, 1024)  :: quadrilió
quadriplegia {n} (paralysis of all four limbs)  :: tetraplegia {f}
quadriplegic {n} (one who suffers from quadriplegia)  :: quadriplègic, tetraplègic
quadruple {adj} (being four times as long, as big or as many of something)  :: quàdruple
quagmire {n} (swampy ground)  :: pantà {m}
quagmire {n}  :: pantà {m}
quail {n} (any of several small game birds)  :: guatlla {f}
quake {n} (trembling or shaking)  :: tremolor {m}
quake {v} (tremble or shake)  :: tremolar
quake {n} (earthquake) SEE: earthquake  ::
Quaker {n} (believer of the Quaker faith)  :: quàquer {m}
qualification {n} (act or process of qualifying)  :: qualificació {f}
qualification {n} (ability or attribute)  :: qualificació {f}
qualification {n} (process of deciding the running order)  :: qualificació {f}
qualified {adj} (meeting requirements)  :: qualificat
qualitative {adj} (of descriptions or distinctions based on some quality rather than on some quantity)  :: qualitatiu
qualitative analysis {n} (determination of the elements present in a sample)  :: anàlisi qualitativa {f}
quality {n} (level of excellence)  :: qualitat {f}
quality {n} (differentiating property or attribute)  :: quality {f}, qualitat {f}
quality {adj} (being of good worth)  :: de qualitat
quality of life {n} (general well-being of individuals and societies)  :: qualitat de vida
quantify {v} (to assign a quantity to)  :: quantificar
quantitative analysis {n} (determination of the amounts of an element in a sample)  :: anàlisi quantitativa {f}
quantity {n} (fundamental, generic term used when referring to the measurement)  :: quantitat {f}
quantity {n} (indefinite amount of something)  :: quantitat {f}
quantity {n} (specific measured amount)  :: quantitat {f}
quantity {n} (considerable measure or amount)  :: quantitat {f}
quantization {n}  :: quántizació
quantum {n} (quantity)  :: quantitat {f}
quantum {n} (indivisible unit of a given quantity)  :: quàntum {m}
quarantine {n} (sanitary measure isolating infected people)  :: quarantena {f}
quarantine {n} (period of isolation)  :: quarantena {f}
quark {n} ((physics) In the Standard Model, an elementary subatomic particle which forms matter)  :: quark {m}
quarrel {n} (verbal dispute or heated argument)  :: baralla {f}
quarrel {n} (ground of dispute; complaint)  :: queixa {f}
quarrel {v} (to contend, argue strongly, squabble)  :: barallar-se, discutir
quarry {n} (site for mining stone)  :: cantera {f}
quarry {n} (animal which is hunted)  :: presa {f}
quart {n} (a unit of liquid capacity)  :: quart {m}
quarter {n} (one of four equal parts)  :: quart {m}, quarter {m}
quarterback {n} (offensive back)  :: rerequart {m}
quarterly {adj} (occurring once every quarter year)  :: trimestral
quarterly {adv} (once every quarter year)  :: trimestralment
quarter past {n} (translations for "quarter past one")  :: un quart de dues
quarto {n} (paper size)  :: quart {m}
quarto {n} (book size)  :: quart {m}
quartz {n} (mineral)  :: quars {m}
quaternary {adj} (of fourth rank or order)  :: quaternari {m}, quaternària {f}
Quaternary {prop} (geological period)  :: quaternari {m}
quaver {n} ((music) an eighth note)  :: corxera {f}
quaver {n}  :: tremolor
quaver {v}  :: tremolar
Quebec {prop} (province)  :: Quebec {m}
Quebecer {n} (native or inhabitant of Quebec)  :: quebequès {m}
Quechua {prop} (language)  :: quítxua
Quechuan {adj} (of or pertaining to the Quechua people or language)  :: quítxua
queen {n} (female monarch)  :: reina {f}
queen {n} (wife of a king)  :: reina {f}
queen {n} (chess piece)  :: reina {f}
queen {n} (playing card)  :: reina {f}
queen {n} (powerful or forceful female person)  :: reina {f}
queen {n} (slang: male homosexual)  :: reina {f}, marieta {f}
queen {n} (reproductive female animal in a hive)  :: reina {f}
queen {n} (adult female cat)  :: gata {f}
queen bee {n} (reproductive female bee)  :: abella reina
queer {adj} (weird, odd, different)  :: estrany
queer {adj} (slang: homosexual)  :: marieta {m}
queer {adj} (pertaining to non-normative sexuality)  :: marica {m}
queer {n} (slang: homosexual) SEE: fag  ::
quell {n} (transitive: to take the life of; to kill) SEE: kill  ::
quench {v} (satisfy a thirst)  :: sadollar
quench {v} (cool rapidly by immersion)  :: trempar
Quentin {prop} (male given name)  :: Quintí
question {n} (talk; conversation; speech) SEE: talk  ::
question {n} (sentence, phrase or word)  :: pregunta {f}
question {n} (subject or topic)  :: qüestió {f}
question {n} (doubt or challenge)  :: qüestió {f}
question {n} (proposal to a meeting as a topic for discussion and vote)  :: qüestió {f}
question {n}  :: qüestió {f}
questionary {n} (questionnaire) SEE: questionnaire  ::
question mark {n} (punctuation)  :: interrogant, signe d'interrogació {m}
questionnaire {n} (form containing a list of questions)  :: qüestionari {m}
quetzal {n} (quetzal bird)  :: quetzal {m}
quetzal {n} (monetary unit)  :: quetzal {m}
quick {adv} (with speed)  :: corrents
quick {n} (sensitive flesh)  :: carn viva {f}
quicklime {n} (calcium oxide)  :: calç {f}, calcina {f} [Algherese]
quickly {adv} (rapidly, fast)  :: ràpidament
quickness {n} (dexterity) SEE: dexterity  ::
quicksand {n} (type of sand)  :: sorramoll {m}, sorra movedissa {f}
Quidditch {n} (fictitious ball game)  :: Quidditch {m}, quidditch {m}
quiet {adj} (with little sound)  :: silenciós, tranquil
quiet {adj} (having little motion)  :: quiet, tranquil
quiet {adj} (not busy)  :: poc, mica
quiet {adj} (not talking)  :: silenciós
quiet {v} (to cause someone to become quiet)  :: calmar
quiet down {v} (To become quieter)  :: callar
quietly {adv} (in a quiet manner)  :: silenciosament
quill {n} (music: plectrum) SEE: plectrum  ::
quill {n} (lower shaft of a feather)  :: canó {m}
quill {n} (needle-like structure that grows on the skin)  :: pua {m}
quillaia {n} (extract from the bark of Quillaja saponaria)  :: quil·laia {f}
quinaldine {n} (oily liquid)  :: quinaldina {f}
quinary {adj} (of fifth rank or order)  :: quinari {m}, quinària {f}
quince {n} (fruit)  :: codony {m}
quince {n} (tree)  :: codonyer {m}
quincunx {n} (coin) SEE: coin  ::
quinidine {n} (isomer of quinine)  :: quinidina {f}
quinine {n} (alkaloid used to treat malaria)  :: quinina {f}
quinoid {adj} (having a structure based upon a quinone)  :: quinoide
quinoline {n} (any of a class of hetercyclic compounds)  :: quinolina {f}
quinoline yellow {n} (yellow food colouring)  :: groc de quinolina {m}
quinone {n} (compound)  :: quinona {f}
quinonimine {n} (class of imine)  :: quinonimina {f}
quinoxaline {n} (bicyclic heterocycle)  :: quinoxalina {f}
quintal {n} (hundredweight)  :: quintar {m}
quintal {n} (one hundred kilograms)  :: quintar {m}
quintet {n} ((music) a composition in five parts)  :: quintet {m}
quintet {n} ((music) a group of five musicians)  :: quintet {m}
quintillion {num} (a billion billion, 1018)  :: trilió
quintillion {num} (a million quadrillion, 1030)  :: quintilió
quinuclidine {n} (bicyclic heterocycle)  :: quinuclidina {f}
quire {n} (one-twentieth of a ream)  :: {f}
quisling {n} (traitor)  :: col·laboracionista {m} {f}
quit {v} (to leave)  :: sortir, eixir
quit {v} (to give up, stop doing something)  :: deixar, aturar
quite {adv} (to the greatest extent; completely)  :: completament, del tot
quite {adv} (in a fully justified sense; truly)  :: completament, totalment, exactament; verdaderament
quite {adv} (to a moderate extent)  :: bastant
quite a few {determiner} (indefinite and somewhat large number)  :: bastant
quiver {n} (arrow container)  :: buirac {m}
quiver {v} (shake or move with slight and tremulous motion)  :: tremolar
quixotic {adj} (possessing or acting with the desire to do noble and romantic deeds, without thought of realism and practicality)  :: quixotesc
quotation mark {n} (quotation marks) SEE: quotation marks  ::
quotation marks {n} (Note: These languages use “◌”-style marks or other styles as indicated. Some are singular and some plural.)  :: cometa {f} [«◌»] or [“◌”]
quote {n} (a statement attributed to someone else)  :: citació
quote {n} (a quotation mark)  :: citació
quotidian {adj} (daily)  :: quotidià
quotidian {adj} (common, mundane)  :: quotidià
quotient {n} (number resulting from division)  :: quocient {m}
Qur'an {prop} (the Islamic holy book)  :: Alcorà {m}
Quranism {n} (Islam that rejects the role of the hadith)  :: alcoranisme {m}