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rabbi {n} (Jewish scholar or teacher) :: rabí {m}
rabbinical {adj} (Referring to rabbis, their writings, or their work) :: rabínic
rabbit {n} (mammal) :: conill {m}
rabbit punch {n} (a chopping punch to the back of the neck or head) :: cop de puny a la nuca {m}
rabble {n} (the mass of common people; the lowest class of people) :: gentalla {f}, gentola {f}
rabid {adj} (affected with rabies) :: rabiós
rabid {adj} (of or pertaining to rabies, or hydrophobia) :: rabiós
rabid {adj} (furious; raging; extremely violent) :: rabiós
rabies {n} (viral disease) :: ràbia {f}
raccoon {n} (nocturnal omnivore living in North America, Procyon lotor) :: ós rentador {m}
race {n} (contest) :: cursa {f}
race {n} (a large group of people set apart from others on the basis of a common heritage) :: raça {f}
race {n} (a large group of people set apart from others on the basis of common, physical characteristics) :: raça {f}
race {n} (one of the categories from the many subcategorizations of the human species) :: raça {f}
race {n} (a population geographically separated from others of its species that develops significantly different characteristics; informal for subspecies) :: raça {f}
race {n} (a breed or strain of domesticated animal) :: raça {f}
race {n} (a category or species of something that has emerged or evolved from an older one) :: raça {f}
race {n} (a rhizome) :: arrel {f}
racecourse {n} ((UK) a racetrack where horse races are run) :: hipòdrom {m}
raceme {n} (type of inflorescence) :: raïm {m}
rachis {n} (main shaft of a compound leaf or head of grain) :: raquis {m}
rachis {n} (spine) :: raquis {m}
rachis {n} (central shaft of a feather) :: raquis {m}
rachitic {adj} (of, relating to, or affected by rickets) :: raquític
rachitic {adj} (resembling or suggesting the condition of one suffering from rickets) :: raquític
racial {adj} (of or relating to a race (or a people)) :: racial
racism {n} (race discrimination or dislike) :: racisme {m}
racist {n} (person who believes a particular race is superior to others.) :: racista {m} {f}
racist {adj} (relating to racism) :: racista
rack {n} (torture device) :: poltre {m}
rack {n} (woman's breasts) :: pitrera
racket {n} (implement) :: raqueta {f}
racoon {n} (raccoon) SEE: raccoon ::
radar {n} (method of detecting distant objects) :: radar {m}
radian {n} (unit) :: radiant {m}, radian {m}
radiant {adj} (radiating light and/or heat) :: radiant
radiant {adj} (beaming with vivacity and happiness) :: radiant
radiant {n} (the apparent origin of a meteor shower) :: radiant {m}
radiation {n} (shooting forth of anything from a point or surface) :: radiació {f}
radiation {n} (process of radiating waves or particles) :: radiació {f}
radiation {n} (transfer of energy via radiation) :: radiació {f}
radiation {n} (radioactive energy) :: radiació {f}
radical {adj} (pertaining to the root (of a plant)) :: radical
radical {adj} (favouring fundamental change) :: radical
radical {n} (person with radical opinions) :: radical {m} {f}
radical {n} (linguistics: portion of a character that provides an indication of its meaning) :: radical {m}
radical {n} (chemistry: group of atoms that take part in reactions as a single unit) :: radical {m}
radicalization {n} (the process or result of radicalizing) :: radicalització {f}
radicalize {v} ((transitive) to make radical) :: radicalitzar
radically {adv} (in a radical manner, fundamentally) :: radicalment
radio {n} (technology) :: ràdio {f}
radio {n} (receiver) :: ràdio {f}
radio {n} (transmitter) :: ràdio {f}
radioactive {adj} (exhibiting radioactivity) :: radioactiu
radioactive fallout {n} (material from a radioactive plume) :: pluja radiactiva
radioactivity {n} (emission of ionizing radiation) :: radioactivitat {f}
radioactivity {n} (radiation emitted) :: radioactivitat {f}
radiocarbon {n} (isotope) :: radiocarboni {m}
radiocarbon dating {n} (radiocarbon dating) :: datació per radiocarboni {f}
radio-controlled {adj} (controlled remotely using radio signals) :: radiodirigit
radiolarian {n} (marine protozoa) :: radiolari {m}
radiologist {n} (practitioner of radiology) :: radiòleg {m}
radiology {n} (the use of radiation in diagnosis) :: radiologia {f}
radiometer {n} (device that measures radiant energy) :: radiòmetre {m}
radio wave {n} (electromagnetic radiation) :: ona de ràdio {f}
radish {n} (plant) :: ravenera {f}
radish {n} (edible root) :: rave {m}
radium {n} (chemical element) :: radi {m}
radius {n} (bone (human)) :: radi {m}
radius {n} (line segment) :: radi {m}
radius {n} (length of this line segment) :: radi {m}
radix {n} (biology: root) SEE: root ::
radon {n} (chemical element) :: radó {m}
raft {n} (flat, floating structure) :: rai {m}
raft {n} (large but unspecified number of something) :: multitud {f}
rag {n} (piece of cloth) :: drap {m}
ragbag {n} (collection of miscellaneous things) SEE: hodgepodge ::
rag doll {n} (a doll made from cloth and rags) :: nina de drap {f}
rage {n} (a violent anger) :: ràbia {f}
Ragusa {prop} (Dubrovnik) SEE: Dubrovnik ::
rail {n} (metal bar) :: carril {m}
railcar {n} (any railway carriage) SEE: railroad car ::
railroad car {n} (railroad vehicle) :: vagó {m}
railroad crossing {n} (level crossing) SEE: level crossing ::
railroad station {n} (place where trains stop for passengers) SEE: railway station ::
railroad tie {n} (piece supporting the rails of a railroad) :: travessa {f}
railway station {n} (place where trains stop) :: estació ferroviària {f}
rain {n} (condensed water from a cloud) :: pluja {f}
rain {v} (of rain: to fall from the sky) :: ploure
rainbow {n} (multicoloured arch in the sky) :: arc de Sant Martí {m}, arc iris {m}
rainbow {n} (baseball: curveball) SEE: curveball ::
rainbow trout {n} (Oncorhynchus mykiss (countable)) :: truita irisada {f}
rain buckets {v} (to rain heavily) SEE: rain cats and dogs ::
rain cats and dogs {v} (to rain very heavily) :: ploure a bots i barrals
rain cloud {n} (cloud from which rain is falling) :: nimbus {m}
raindrop {n} (droplet of rainwater) :: gota d'aigua
rain pitchforks {v} (rain cats and dogs) SEE: rain cats and dogs ::
rainstorm {n} (storm characterized by substantial rainfall) :: tempesta
rainy {adj} (abounding with rain) :: plujós
raise {v} (to cause to rise) :: alçar
raisin {n} (dried grape) :: pansa {f}
raising {n} (recruitment) SEE: recruitment ::
rajah {n} (Hindu prince) :: raja {m}, rajà {m}
rake {n} (garden tool) :: rampí {m}, rasclet {m}
rally {n} (tennis: sequence of strokes) :: intercanvi de cops {m}, piloteig {m}
Ralph {prop} (male given name) :: Raül {m}
ram {n} (male sheep) :: marrà {m}
ram {n} (battering ram) SEE: battering ram ::
Ramadan {prop} (holy ninth month of Islamic lunar calendar) :: ramadà {m}
ramble {n} (stroll) SEE: stroll ::
ramble {v} (wander) SEE: wander ::
ramification {n} (branching process) :: ramificació {f}
ramification {n} (consequence or development complicating a problem) :: ramificació {f}
rancid {adj} (rancid) SEE: offensive ::
rancid {adj} (being rank in taste or smell) :: ranci
random {n} (unimportant person) :: fulano {m}
random {adj} (all outcomes being unpredictable) :: aleatori
random {adj} (mathematics: of or relating to probability distribution) :: aleatori
random {adj} :: aleatori
randomly {adv} (in a random way) :: aleatòriament, a l'atzar
random number {n} (number allotted randomly using a suitable generator) :: nombre aleatori {m}
range hood {n} (kitchen device) SEE: extractor hood ::
ranger {n} (Park ranger) :: guardabosc {m}
rank {adj} (having a very strong and bad odor) :: ranci
rank {n} (maximal number of linearly independent columns (or rows) of a matrix) :: rang {m}
rank {n} (chess: one of the horizontal lines of squares) :: fila {f}
ranking {n} (placement in a list) :: rànquing {m}
ransom {n} (money paid for the freeing of a hostage) :: rescat {m}
rape {n} (act of forcing sexual activity) :: violació {f}
Raphael {prop} (Archangel) :: Rafael {m}, Rafel {m}
Raphael {prop} (given name) :: Rafael {m}, Rafel {m}
rapid {adj} (Very swift or quick) :: ràpid
rapidly {adv} (with speed) :: ràpidament
rapier {n} (slender straight sharply pointed sword) :: estoc {m}
rapist {n} (someone who rapes someone else) :: violador {m}
rapt {adj} (very interested; fascinated) :: embadalit
rapt {adj} (enthusiatic; ecstatic, elated, happy) :: extasiat
rapture {n} (gathering up of believers in end times) :: rapte, arravatament
Rapture {prop} (prophesied sudden removal of Christian believers) SEE: rapture ::
rare {adj} (very uncommon) :: rar
rare {adj} (thin density gas) :: rar
rare {adj} (cooked very lightly) :: cru
rarely {adv} (not occurring at a regular interval) :: rarament
rash {adj} (hasty) :: arrauxat
raspberry {n} (plant) :: gerdera {f}
raspberry {n} (fruit) :: gerd {m}
raspy {adj} (irritable) SEE: irritable ::
rat {n} (rodent) :: rata {f}, rat {m}
rat {v} (to tell on someone) :: delatar, acuar (colloquial)
ratany {n} (Krameria) :: ratània {f}
ratatouille {n} (traditional French Provençal stewed vegetable dish) :: ratatolha {f}
rate {n} (speed) SEE: speed ::
rather {adv} (preferably) :: preferiblement
rather {adv} (somewhat, fairly) :: força, bastant
ratiocination {n} (activity or process of reasoning) :: raciocinació {f}
rational {adj} (capable of reasoning) :: racional
rational {adj} (reasonable; not absurd) :: racional
rational {adj} (arithmetic: of a number) :: racional
rational {n} (rational number) SEE: rational number ::
rationalise {v} (rationalise) SEE: rationalize ::
rationalism {n} (philosophical theory) :: racionalisme {m}
rationalize {v} (to make something rational) :: racionalitzar
rationalize {v} (math: to remove radicals) :: racionalitzar
rationally {adv} (in a rational manner) :: racionalment
rational number {n} (quotient of integers) :: nombre racional {m}
rattle {n} (musical instrument) :: sacsejador {m}
rattle {v} (to create a sound by shaking) :: trepidar
raven {n} (bird) :: corb {m}
ravenous {adj} (very hungry) :: famèlic
ravish {v} (rape) SEE: rape ::
raw {adj} (uncooked) :: cru
rawness {n} (property of being raw) :: cruesa {f}
ray {n} (beam of light or radiation) :: raig {m}
ray {n} (colloquial: tiny amount) :: raig [un raig d’esperança]
ray {n} (marine fish with a flat body, large wing-like fins, and a whip-like tail) :: rajada {f}
ray gun {n} (a science fiction energy weapon) :: pistola de raigs {f}
Raymond {prop} (male given name) :: Ramon {m}
ray of light {n} (column of light) :: raig de llum {m}
razor {n} (shaving knife) :: navalla {f}
razor {n} (shaving instrument) :: maquineta d'afaitar {f}
R&D {n} (Research and Development) :: R+D
re- {prefix} (again) :: re-
reach for the stars {v} (to have high hopes) :: tenir grans ambicions
reaction {n} (action in response to an event) :: reacció {f}
reaction {n} (chemical transformation) :: reacció {f}
reactionary {adj} (opposed to change) :: reaccionari
reactionary {n} (such a person) :: reaccionari
read {v} (look at and interpret letters or other information) :: llegir
read {v} (speak aloud words or other information that is written) :: llegir
read {v} (have the ability to read text or other information) :: llegir
read {v} (of text, etc., to be interpreted or read in a particular way) :: llegir-se
read {v} (be able to hear (in a radio communication)) :: sentir
read {v} (make a study of) :: estudiar
readable {adj} (legible) SEE: legible ::
reader {n} (person who reads a publication) :: lector {m}
ready {n} (cash) SEE: cash ::
ready {adj} (prepared for immediate action or use) :: llest
ready {adj} (inclined, apt to happen) :: disposat
reagent {n} (substance used in chemical reactions) :: reactiu
real {n} (mathematics: a real number) SEE: real number ::
real {adv} (really) SEE: really ::
real analysis {n} (mathematics: a branch dealing with the real numbers and related structures) :: anàlisi real {f}
realism {n} (concern for fact or reality) :: realisme
realist {n} (one who sees things as they are) :: realista {m} {f}
realist {n} (advocate of artistic realism) :: realista {m} {f}
realistic {adj} (expressed or represented as being accurate) :: realista
realistic {adj} (relating to the representation of objects, actions or conditions as they actually are or were) :: realista
reality {n} (state of being actual or real) :: realitat {f}
reality {n} (a real entity, event etc.) :: realitat {f}
reality {n} (entirety of all that is real) :: realitat {f}
reality {n} (an individual observer's subjective perception) :: realitat {f}
realize {v} (to become aware of) :: adonar-se
really {adv} (actually) :: realment, de debò
realm {n} (domain of an abstraction) :: domini {m}
real number {n} (limit of a convergent sequence of rational numbers) :: nombre real {m}
real world {n} (realm comprising physical objects) :: món real {m}
ream {v} (to enlarge a hole) :: barrinar
ream {v} (to remove material by reaming) :: barrinar
ream {n} (bundle of paper) :: raima {f}
reamer {n} (tool for boring) :: barrina {f}, broca {f}
reamer {n} (cooking appliance) :: exprimidor {m}
reap {v} (to cut with a sickle) :: segar
reap hook {n} (sickle) SEE: sickle ::
reaping hook {n} (sickle) SEE: sickle ::
rear admiral {n} (proctologist) SEE: proctologist ::
rearguard {n} (the rearmost part of a force) :: rereguarda {f}
rear-view mirror {n} (mirror inside a vehicle giving view of the traffic behind) :: retrovisor {m}
reason {n} ((the capacity of the human mind for) rational thinking) :: raó {f}
reason {n} :: raó
reason {v} (to deduce by being rational) :: raonar
reason {v} (to arrange and present the reasons for or against; to examine, debate, discuss) SEE: debate ::
reasonable {adj} (just; fair; agreeable to reason) :: raonable
reasonably {adv} (in accordance with reason) :: raonablement
reasonably {adv} (not extremely) :: raonablement
reasoning {n} (action of the verb 'to reason') :: raonament {m}
reassess {v} (assess again) SEE: re-evaluate ::
reassure {v} (to assure anew; to restore confidence to; to free from fear or self-doubt) :: tranquil·litzar
rebec {n} (rebec) :: rabec {m}
rebel {n} (person who resists an established authority) :: rebel {m} {f}
rebellion {n} (armed resistance) :: rebel·lió {f}
rebellion {n} (defiance) :: rebel·lió {f}
rebellious {adj} (showing rebellion) :: rebel
rebound {n} (the strike of the ball) :: rebot {m}
rebound {n} (in basketball) :: rebot {m}
rebound {v} (To bound or spring back from a force) :: rebotre
rebounder {n} (in basketball) :: rebotador {m}, rebotadora {f}
rebuild {v} (to build again) :: reconstruir
rebuke {n} (harsh criticism) :: reprensió {f}, esbroncada {f}, esbronc {m}
rebuke {v} (to criticise harshly; to reprove) :: renyar, esbroncar, reprendre, reganyar
recall {v} (to call (someone) back to a specific place, station) :: evocar
recall {v} (to remember, recollect) :: recordar
recapitulation {n} (subsequent enumeration of the major points) :: recapitulació {f}
receipt {n} (act of receiving) :: recepció {f}
receipt {n} (written acknowledgement) :: rebut {m}, rebuda {f}
receipt {n} (obsolete: recipe) :: recepta {f}
receive {v} (get) :: rebre
receive {v} (take possession of) :: rebre
receive {v} (telecommunications: to detect a signal) :: rebre
recent {adj} (having happened a short while ago) :: fresc, recent
recently {adv} (in the recent past) :: recentment, últimament, darrerament
receptive {adj} (capable of receiving something) :: receptiu
receptive {adj} (ready to receive new ideas or concepts) :: receptiu
recess {n} (botany, zoology: sinus) SEE: sinus ::
recessive {adj} (in genetics) :: recessiu
recharge {v} (To charge an electric battery) :: recarregar
recidivate {v} (return to criminal behaviour) :: reincidir
recipe {n} (instructions for making or preparing food dishes) :: recepta {f}
reciprocal {adj} (done by each of two people towards the other) :: recíproc, mutu
reciprocal {adj} (done, given, felt, or owed in return) :: al revés, a l'inrevés
reciprocating engine {n} (piston engine) SEE: piston engine ::
recite {v} (to recite) SEE: say ::
reckless {adj} (careless or heedless; headstrong or rash) :: imprudent
reckless {adj} (indifferent to danger or the consequences) :: temerari {m}, temerària {f}
recklessly {adv} (in a reckless manner) :: temeràriament
reckoning {n} (the action of calculating or estimating something) :: càlcul {m}, estimació {f}
reclaim {v} (to recycle) SEE: recycle ::
reclaim {v} (to tame or domesticate a wild animal) SEE: tame ::
recollect {v} (to recall past events) :: recordar, rememorar
recollection {n} (act of recalling to the memory) :: record {m}
recollection {n} (power of recalling ideas to the mind) :: record {m}
recollection {n} (that which is called to mind) :: record {m}
recommend {v} (to commend to the favorable notice of another) :: recomanar
recommendable {adj} (capable of being recommended) :: recomanable
recommendation {n} (act of recommending) :: recomanació {f}
recommendation {n} (that which is recommended) :: recomanació {f}
reconstruct {v} (to construct again) :: reconstruir
reconstructed {adj} (rebuilt) :: reconstruit
recordable {adj} (able to be used to record something) :: gravable
recorder {n} (musical instrument) :: flauta dolça {f}
record label {n} (brand of a company that produces records) SEE: label ::
recovery {n} (act or process of regaining or repossession of something lost) :: recuperació {f}
recovery {n} (return to normal health) :: recuperació {f}
recovery {n} (return to former status) :: recuperació {f}
recreational {adj} (for, or relating to, for recreation) :: recreatiu
recruitment {n} (process or art of finding candidates or recruits) :: reclutament
rectangle {n} (quadrilateral) :: rectangle {m}
rectangular {adj} (having a shape like a rectangle) :: rectangular
rectilinear {adj} (in a straight line) :: rectilini
rectory {n} (residence of Roman Catholic priest) :: rectoria {f}, abadia {f}
rectum {n} (terminal part of the large intestine) :: recte {m}
recumbent {n} (special type of bicycle) :: bicicleta reclinada {f}
recusation {n} (recusal) :: recusació {f}
recuse {v} (To refuse or reject) :: recusar
recyclable {adj} (able to be recycled) :: reciclable
recycle {v} (to break down and reuse component materials) :: reciclar
red {adj} (having red as its colour) :: roig, vermell
red {adj} (of hair: orange-brown) :: roig, pèl-roig
red {adj} (left-wing, socialist or communist) :: roig
red {n} (colour) :: vermell {m}, roig {m}
red {n} (socialist, communist) :: roig {m}, roja {f}
red {n} (red wine) :: vi negre {m}
red bandfish {n} (Cepola macrophthalma) :: veta {f}
red beet {n} (beetroot) SEE: beetroot ::
red blood cell {n} (haemoglobin-carrying blood cell in vertebrates) :: eritròcit {m}, hematia {f}, glòbul vermell {m}
Red Crescent {prop} (branch of the Red Cross) :: Mitja Lluna Roja {f}
Red Cross {prop} (Red Cross) :: Creu Roja {f}
red deer {n} (Cervus elaphus) :: cérvol comú
reddish {adj} (resembling the colour red) :: rogenc, vermellós
reddish {adj} (quite red; red to a certain extent) :: rogenc, vermellós
redhaired {adj} (having red hair) SEE: redheaded ::
redheaded {adj} (having red hair) :: pèl-roig
redirect {v} (substitute an address or pointer to a new location) :: redirigir
red light {n} (a warning light, especially as a traffic signal) :: llum vermell {m}
red line {n} (a boundary or limit which should not be crossed) :: línia vermella {f}
red lynx {n} (bobcat) SEE: bobcat ::
redness {n} (quality of being red) :: rojor {f}, vermellor {f}
redo {v} (to do again) :: refer
redoubt {v} (to dread) SEE: dread ::
redoubt {n} (fortification) :: reducte {m}
Red Sea {prop} (sea between Africa and Arabia) :: mar Roja {f}, mar Roig {m}
redshift {n} (change in wavelength) :: desplaçament cap al roig {m}
Red Square {prop} (Moscow square) :: Plaça Roja {f}
reduce {v} (to bring down) :: reduir
reducibility {n} (property of being reducible) :: reductibilitat {f}
reducible {adj} (capable of being reduced) :: reductible
reduction {n} (act, process, or result of reducing) :: reducció {f}
redundancy {n} (duplication of components or circuits to provide survival of the total system in case of failure of single components) :: redundància {f}
redundant {adj} (superfluous) :: redundant
redundant {adj} (needlessly wordy) :: redundant
redundantly {adv} (in a redundant manner) :: redundantment
red wine {n} (red coloured wine) :: vi negre {m} ["black wine"]
redwood {n} (the species Sequoia sempervirens) :: sequoia {f}
reed {n} (grass-like plant) :: canya {f}
reed {n} :: canya {f}
re-edit {v} (edit again) :: reeditar
reef {n} (rocks at or near surface of the water) :: escull {m}
reefer {n} (marijuana) SEE: marijuana ::
reelect {v} (to elect for a subsequent time) :: reelegir
reestablish {v} (establish again) :: restablir
re-evaluate {v} (evaluate again) :: reavaluar
refectory {n} (dining-hall) :: refectori {m}
referendum {n} (direct popular vote) :: referèndum {m}
refill {v} (to fill up again) :: reomplir
refine {v} (to reduce to a fine, unmixed, or pure state; to free from impurities; to free from dross or alloy) :: refinar
refine {v} (to purify from what is gross, coarse, vulgar, inelegant, low, and the like; to make elegant or excellent; to polish) :: refinar
refine {v} (to become pure; to be cleared of feculent matter) :: refinar
refine {v} (to improve in accuracy, delicacy, or excellence) :: refinar
refine {v} (to affect nicety or subtlety in thought or language) :: refinar
refined {adj} (cultured, elegant) :: refinat
refined {adj} (purified) :: refinat
reflection {n} (act of reflecting; the state of being reflected) :: reflexió {f}
reflection {n} (something that is reflected) :: reflex {m}
reflectometer {n} (measuring instrument) :: reflectòmetre {m}
reformism {n} (Any of several movements that promote reform) :: reformisme {m}
refract {v} (to refract) SEE: disperse ::
refraction {n} (bending of any wave) :: refracció {f}
refractometer {n} (instrument used to measure the refractive index) :: refractòmetre {m}
refrigerate {v} (freeze) SEE: freeze ::
refrigerate {v} (keep cool in refrigerator) :: refrigerar
refrigeration {n} :: refrigeració {f}
refrigerator {n} (appliance that refrigerates food) :: frigorífic {m}
refuge {n} (state of safety, protection or shelter) :: refugi {m}
refuge {n} (place providing safety, protection or shelter) :: refugi {m}
refuge {v} (to return to a place of shelter) :: refugiar-se
refuge {v} (to protect) :: refugiar-se
refuge {n} (refuge island) SEE: refuge island ::
refugee {n} (person seeking political asylum) :: refugiat {m}, refugiada {f}
refugee {n} (person seeking economic asylum) :: refugiat {m}
refugee {n} (person seeking refuge from natural disaster) :: refugiat {m}
refugee {n} (person granted formal asylum) :: refugiat {m}
refuge island {n} (raised platform or other protective barrier in the middle of a street) :: illot {m}
refuse {n} (items or material that have been discarded) :: rebuig {m}
refuse {v} ((transitive) decline (request, demand)) :: refusar, rebutjar
refuse {v} ((intransitive) decline a request or demand) :: refusar
refute {v} (to prove (something) to be false or incorrect) :: refutar
regain {v} (to get back, to recover possession of) :: reconquerir
regal {adj} (of or having to do with royalty) :: reial
regardless {adv} (actioned in a way which shows no consideration) :: malgrat tot
Regensburg {prop} (city in Germany) :: Ratisbona {f}
regent {n} (one who rules in place of the monarch) :: regent {m}
reggaeton {n} (Latin American musical genre) :: reguetó {m}
regicide {n} (one who kills a king) :: regicidi {m}
regime {n} (mode of rule or management) :: règim {m}
regime {n} (form of government) :: règim {m}
regiment {n} (army unit) :: regiment {m}
region {n} (any considerable and connected part of a space or surface) :: regió {f}
region {n} (an administrative subdivision) :: regió {f}
regional {adj} (pertaining to a specific region) :: regional
register {n} (cash register) SEE: cash register ::
regress {v} (to move backwards to an earlier stage) :: retrocedir
regrettable {adj} (of an event, action, or state, allowing or deserving regret) :: lamentable
regrettably {adv} (in a manner inspiring or deserving regret) :: lamentablement
regular {adj} (crystallography: isometric) SEE: isometric ::
regularity {n} (condition or quality of being regular) :: regularitat {f}
regularly {adv} (without the time to go get the kids and then we will be sure to get them back to the h constant frequency) :: regularment
regularly {adv} (normally, ordinarily) :: regularment
regular verb {n} (a verb which conjugates regularly) :: verb regular {m}
regulate {v} (control) SEE: control ::
rehearsal {n} (practicing of performance to test or improve it) :: assaig {m}
rehearse {v} (repeat what has already been said) :: reproduir
rehearse {v} (practice by repetition or recitation) :: assajar
reheat {v} (heat something after it has cooled off) :: reescalfar
reify {v} (To regard something abstract as if it were a concrete material thing) :: reïficar
reign {n} (The exercise of sovereign power) :: regnat {m}
reign {n} (The period during which a monarch rules) :: regnat {m}
reign {v} (exercise sovereign power) :: regnar
reimburse {v} (to compensate with pay or money; especially, to repay money spent on one's behalf) :: reemborsar
reimbursement {n} (compensating someone for an expense.) :: reemborsament
rein {n} (strap or rope) :: regna {f}
reindeer {n} (Rangifer tarandus) :: ren {m}
reinforcement {n} (thing that reinforces) :: reforç
reinstall {v} (install again) :: reinstal·lar
reiterate {v} (to say or do for a second time) :: reiterar
reiterate {v} (to say or do repeatedly) :: reiterar
reject {v} (refuse to accept) :: rebutjar, refusar
rejection {n} (the act of rejecting) :: rebuig {m}, refús {m}
rejuvenation {n} (the process of rendering young again) :: rejoveniment {m}
relapse {v} (To fall back again) :: recaure
relapse {v} ((medicine) To recur; to worsen) :: recaure
relapse {n} (the act or situation of relapsing) :: recaiguda {f}
relate {v} (to identify with, understand) :: indentificar-se (amb)
relate {v} (to narrate) SEE: narrate ::
relate {v} (to interact) SEE: interact ::
relational {adj} (relative) SEE: relative ::
relational database {n} (relational database) :: base de dades relacional {f}
relationship {n} (connection or association) :: relació {f}
relative {adj} (conditional; depending on something else) :: relatiu
relative {n} (someone in the same family; someone connected by blood, marriage, or adoption) :: parent
relatively {adv} (proportionally) :: relativament
relative pronoun {n} (pronoun that introduces a relative clause) :: pronom relatiu {m}
relativism {n} (theory that truth and moral values are relative) :: relativisme {m}
relativity {n} (the state of being relative) :: relativitat {f}
relativity {n} (physics principle) :: relativitat {f}
relax {v} (to make something loose) :: relaxar, afluixar
relax {v} (to become loose) :: relaxar-se, afluixar-se
relax {v} (to make something less severe or tense) :: relaxar
relax {v} (to become less severe or tense) :: relaxar
relax {v} (to make something (such as codes and regulations) more lenient) :: relaxar, afluixar
relax {v} (to become more lenient) :: relaxar-se
relax {v} (to relieve (something) from stress) :: relaxar
relaxation {n} (act of relaxing or the state of being relaxed) :: relaxació {f}
relaxed {adj} (having an easy-going mood) :: relaxat
relay {n} (electrical actuator) :: relé {m}
relay {n} (athletics discipline) :: relleus {m-p}
relay {v} (to pass on or transfer (information)) :: rellevar
release {n} (event of setting free) :: alliberament {m}
release {n} (software: distribution of a computer software product) :: versió {f}
release {n} (product made recently available) :: estrena {f}
release {n} (that which is released) :: alliberat {m}
release {v} (to let go (of)) :: alliberar
release {v} (to make available to the public) :: estrenar, publicar, llançar
release {v} (to free or liberate) :: alliberar
release {v} (to discharge) :: amollar
relentless {adj} (unrelenting or unyielding in severity) :: implacable
relevance {n} (property or state of being relevant, pertinency) :: rellevància {f}
relevancy {n} (relevance) SEE: relevance ::
relevant {adj} (directly related, connected, or pertinent to a topic) :: rellevant, pertinent
reliability {n} (quality of being reliable) :: fiabilitat {f}
relief {n} (removal of stress or discomfort) :: consol {m}, alleujament {m}
relief {n} (feeling associated with removal of stress or discomfort) :: consol {m}
relief {n} (type of artwork) :: relleu {m}
relief {n} (apparent difference in elevation) :: relleu {m}
relief {n} (difference of elevations on a surface) :: relleu {m}
relief map {n} (map that shows relief of terrain) :: mapa de relleu {m}
relief pitcher {n} (baseball: replacement pitcher) :: llançador de relleu {m}
relief teacher {n} (supply teacher) SEE: supply teacher ::
relieved {adj} (alleviated) :: alleujat
religion {n} (system of beliefs dealing with soul, deity and/or life after death) :: religió {f}
religiosity {n} (quality of being religious) :: religiositat {f}
religious {adj} (concerning religion) :: religiós
religious {adj} (committed to the practice of religion) :: religiós
religiously {adv} (in the manner of religion) :: religiosament
religiousness {n} (religiosity) SEE: religiosity ::
reliquary {n} (container for religious relics) :: reliquiari {m}
reluctance {n} (magnetic resistance) :: reluctància
remain {v} (to stay behind while others withdraw) :: quedar-se, restar
remain {n} (That which is left of a being after its life is gone) SEE: remains ::
remainder {n} (mathematics: amount left over after repeatedly subtracting the divisor) :: resta {f}, residu {m}
remaining {adj} (which remains) :: romanent, restant, sobrer
remains {n} (remains) SEE: wreck ::
remains {n} (what is left after a person (or any organism) dies; a corpse) :: restes {f-p}
remarkable {adj} (worthy of being remarked) :: remarcable
remedy {n} (something that corrects or counteracts) :: remei {m}
remedy {n} (legal means) :: correcció {f}, correctiu {m}
remedy {n} (medicine, application, or treatment) :: remei {m}
remedy {v} (To provide or serve as a remedy for) :: remeiar
remember {v} (to recall from one's memory) :: recordar, rememorar
remember {v} ((obsolete) to remind) SEE: remind ::
remembrance {n} (act of remembering) :: recordatori {m}, memòria {f}
remembrance {n} (state of being remembered) :: recordatori {m}, memòria {f}
remembrance {n} (something remembered) :: recordatori {m}
remembrance {n} (that which serves to keep in or bring to mind) :: recordatori {m}
remind {v} (Cause one to experience a memory; bring to a person's notice) :: recordar
reminder {n} (something that reminds) :: recordatori {m}, record {m}
remit {v} (to postpone) SEE: postpone ::
remix {n} (piece of music formed by combining existing pieces of music together) :: remescla {f}
remnant {n} (small portion remaining of a larger thing or group) :: romanalla {f}
remorse {n} (feeling of regret or sadness for doing wrong or sinning) :: remordiment {m}
remote {adj} (at a distance) :: remot
remote {adj} (distant or otherwise unaccessible) :: remot
remote control {n} (device used to operate an appliance or mechanical toy from a short distance away) :: comandament a distància {m}
removable {adj} (able to be removed) :: desmuntable, extraïble
remove {v} (to take away) :: treure
remuneration {n} (something given in exchange for goods or services rendered) :: remuneració {f}
remuneration {n} (a payment for work done; wages, salary, emolument) :: remuneració {f}
remuneration {n} (a recompense for a loss; compensation) :: compensació {f}
Remus {prop} (the founder of Rome) :: Rem
Remus {prop} (male given name) :: Rem
ren {n} (a kidney) SEE: kidney ::
renaissance {n} (Renaissance) SEE: Renaissance ::
Renaissance {prop} (14th century revival) :: Renaixença {f}
renal {adj} (pertaining to the kidneys) :: renal
renal corpuscle {n} (blood-filtering structure) :: corpuscle renal {m}
render {v} (to translate) :: traduir
renegade {n} (disloyal person who betrays or deserts his cause or religion etc.) :: renegat {m}
renew {v} (to make new again) :: renovar
renewable {adj} (Able to be renewed) :: renovable
renewable {adj} (Sustainable) :: renovable
rennet {n} (An enzyme) :: quall {m}
rent {n} (payment made by a tenant) :: lloguer {m}
rent {n} (payment made for the use of equipment or a service) :: lloguer {m}
rent {v} (to occupy premises in exchange for rent) :: llogar
rent {v} (to grant occupation in return for rent) :: llogar
rent {v} (obtain/have temporary possession of an object such as a movie) :: llogar
reorganize {v} (to organize again) :: reorganitzar
repaint {v} (to paint again) :: repintar
reparation {n} (payment to undo transgressions) :: reparació {f}
repeat {v} (do or say again) :: repetir
repeatable {adj} (able to be repeated) :: repetible
repeatable {adj} (that gives the same result when repeated) :: repetible
repeatedly {adv} (done several times) :: repetidament
repeater {n} (electronics: an electronic device that received a weak or low-level signal and retransmits it at a higher level or power) :: repetidor {m}
repeater {n} (a student repeating a course or class) :: repetidor {m}
repeat offend {v} (recidivate) SEE: recidivate ::
repel {v} (to put off) :: rebutjar, refusar
repel {v} (to ward off) :: repel·lir
repel {v} (to drive away) :: repel·lir
repel {v} (physics: to force away) :: repel·lir
repel {v} (to cause repulsion or dislike) :: repel·lir
repellent {adj} (tending or able to repel) :: repel·lent
repellent {adj} (repulsive, inspiring aversion) :: repel·lent
repent {v} (to feel sorrow or regret for what one has done or omitted to do) :: penedir-se
repetition {n} (act or an instance of repeating or being repeated) :: repetició {f}
repetition {n} (act of repeating an exercise motion) :: repetició {f}
repetitive {adj} (happening many times in a similar way) :: repetitiu
replace {v} (to substitute) :: reemplaçar
replaceable {adj} (capable of being replaced) :: reemplaçable
replacement {n} (a person or thing that takes the place of another; a substitute) :: substitut {m}
replete {adj} (abounding) :: replet {m}, repleta {f}
reply {n} (written or spoken response) :: resposta
report {v} (to relate details of) :: informar
report {v} (to notify formally) :: notificar, fer saber, informar
report {v} (to be accountable) :: ser responsable
report {v} (military: to appear or present oneself) :: presentar-se
report {v} :: informe
report {n} (information describing events) :: informe {m}
report card {n} (grades) :: butlletí {m}
reporter {n} (journalist) :: reporter {m}
represent {v} (to present again or anew) :: representar
represent {v} (to portray by pictorial or plastic art) :: representar
represent {v} (to portray by mimicry or action of any kind) :: representar
represent {v} (to stand in the place of) :: representar
represent {v} (to serve as a sign or symbol of) :: representar
represent {v} (to form or image again in consciousness, as an object of cognition or apprehension) :: representar
representation {n} (that which represents another) :: representació {f}
repressible {adj} (capable of being repressed) :: reprimible
repressive {adj} (serving to repress or suppress; oppressive) :: repressiu
reprise {n} (repetition) SEE: repetition ::
reproach {v} (to criticize or rebuke someone) :: retreure
reproductive {adj} (of or relating to reproduction) :: reproductiu {m}, reproductor
reproductive system {n} (reproductive system) :: sistema reproductor {m}
reptile {n} (a cold-blooded vertebrate) :: rèptil {m}
republic {n} (a type of state) :: república {f}
republic {n} (one of the kinds of parts constituting Russia) :: república {f}
republican {adj} (favoring a republic as form of government, favoring republicanism) :: republicà
republican {adj} (of or belonging to a republic) :: republicà
republican {n} (someone who favors a republic) :: republicà {m}, republicana {f}
Republican {adj} (republican) SEE: republican ::
Republican {adj} (pertaining to the Republican Party) :: republicà
Republican {n} (supporter of the Republican Party of the U.S.) :: republicà {m}
republicanism {n} (republicanism as a form of government) :: republicanisme {m}
Republic of Armenia {prop} (official name of Armenia) :: República d'Armènia {f}
Republic of Burundi {prop} (official name of Burundi) :: República de Burundi {f}
Republic of Estonia {prop} (official name of Estonia) :: República d'Estònia {f}
Republic of Finland {prop} (official full name of Finland) :: República de Finlàndia {f}
Republic of Ireland {prop} (country) :: República d'Irlanda {f}
Republic of South Africa {prop} (official name of South Africa) :: República de Sud-àfrica
Republic of Turkey {prop} (official name of the country of Turkey) :: República de Turquia {f}
reputation {n} (what somebody is known for) :: reputació {f}
request {n} (act of requesting) :: petició {f}, sol·licitud {f}
request {n} (formal message requesting something) :: petició {f}, sol·licitud {f}
request {v} (to express the need or desire for) :: demanar
request {v} (to ask somebody to do something) :: demanar
require {v} (ask) SEE: ask ::
requirement {n} (necessity) :: requisit {m}, menester {m}, exigència {f}
reredos {n} (screen or decoration behind the altar in a church) SEE: retable ::
reschedule {v} (to schedule again) :: traspassar
rescue {v} (to save from any danger or violence) :: rescatar
rescue {n} (act of rescuing, saving) :: rescat {m}
rescue {n} (liberation) SEE: liberation ::
research {n} (inquiry or examination) :: recerca {m}
researcher {n} (one who researches) :: investigador {m}
resemblance {n} (state of resembling) :: semblança {f}
resemble {v} (to be like or similar to something else) :: semblar
reserve {v} (to reserve) SEE: hold ::
reserved {adj} (slow to reveal emotion or opinions) :: reservat {m}
reserved {adj} (set aside for a particular person or purpose) :: reservat {m}
reservoir {n} (large natural or artificial lake used as a source of water supply) :: embassament {m}
resh {n} (Semitic letter) :: reix {f}
reside {v} (to dwell permanently or for a considerable time) :: residir
residence {n} (place where one lives) :: residència {f}, domicili
residence {n} (place where a corporation is established) :: seu social {f}
residence {n} (building used as a home) :: residència {f}
residence {n} (student accommodation) :: residència
residential {adj} (of or pertaining to a place of personal residence) :: residencial
resign {v} (quit a job or position) :: dimitir
resilient {adj} (able to weather tribulation without cracking) :: elàstic, resistent
resin {n} (secretion of plants) :: resina {f}
resin {n} (viscous liquid of plant origin) :: resina {f}, reïna {f}
resin {n} (similar synthetic compound) :: resina {f}
resinaceous {adj} (resinous) SEE: resinous ::
resinous {adj} (of or pertaining to resin) :: resinós
resist {v} (to attempt to counter actions or effects of) :: resistir
resist {v} (to withstand actions or effects of) :: resistir
resistance {n} (act of resisting) :: resistència {f}
resistance {n} (force that tends to oppose motion) :: resistència {f}
resistance {n} (underground organization struggling for liberation) :: resistència {f}
resistant {n} (a person who resists) :: resistent {m}
resistant {adj} (that which makes resistance) :: resistent
resistant {adj} (that which is not overcome by a disease or drug) :: resistent
resistible {adj} (able to be resisted) :: resistible
resistor {n} (one who resists, especially a person who fights against an occupying army) :: resistent {m}
resistor {n} (an electric component that transmits current in direct proportion to the voltage across it) :: resistència {f}
resolute {adj} (firm, unyielding, determined) :: resolut
resolve {v} (to find a solution to) :: resoldre, solucionar
resolve {v} (to make a firm decision) :: resoldre
resolve {n} (will power) :: resolució {f}
resounding {adj} (having a deep, reverberating sound) :: ressonant
resource {n} :: mitjà {f}, remei {m}
respectable {adj} (deserving respect) :: respectable
respectful {adj} (characterized by respect) :: respectuós
respective {adj} (referencing two or more things as individuals) :: respectiu
respectively {adv} (in a relative manner) :: respectivament
respiratory {adj} (relating to respiration; breathing) :: respiratori
respiratory system {n} (system of organs) :: aparell respiratori {m}
respite {n} (brief interval of rest or relief) :: respir {m}
respond {v} (to say in reply, to respond) SEE: return ::
respond {v} (to say something in return) :: respondre
responsibility {n} (the state of being responsible) :: responsabilitat {f}
responsibility {n} (a duty, obligation or liability for which someone is responsible) :: responsabilitat {f}
responsible {adj} (answerable for an act performed or for its consequences) :: responsable
responsible {adj} (able to answer reasonably for one's conduct) :: responsable
responsible {adj} (being a primary cause or agent of some event or action) :: responsable
responsible {adj} (able to be trusted) :: responsable
responsibly {adv} (in a responsible manner) :: responsablement
rest {n} (relief from exertion; state of quiet and recreation) :: descans {m}, repòs {m}
rest {v} (intransitive: take repose) :: descansar, reposar
rest {v} (put into state of rest) :: descansar
rest {n} (remainder) :: resta {f}
rest {v} (to remain) SEE: remain ::
restaurant {n} (an eating establishment in which diners are served food at their tables) :: restaurant {m}
restless {adj} (not allowing or affording rest) :: intranquil
restless {adj} (unable to be still or quiet) :: inquiet
restless {adj} (deprived of rest or sleep) :: desvetllat
rest mass {n} (mass of a body when it is not moving) :: massa en repòs {f}
rest on one's laurels {v} (to rely on a past success instead of trying to improve oneself further) :: adormir-se sobre els llorers, aturar-se sobre els llorers, estacionar-se sobre els llorers, estancar-se sobre els llorers
restrict {v} (to restrain within bounds) :: restringir
restrictive {adj} (confining; limiting) :: restrictiu
restroom {n} (public room containing a toilet) :: lavabo {m}, bany {m}
result {n} (that which results) :: resultat {m}
resume {n} (curriculum vitae) SEE: curriculum vitae ::
resume {v} (start something again that has been stopped or paused) :: reprendre
resume {n} (summary) :: resum {m}, sumari {m}
resurrection {n} (the act of arising from the dead) :: resurrecció {f}
retable {n} (table or shelf behind an altar) :: retaule {m}
retaliation {n} (act of responding violently to an act of harm or perceived injustice) :: represàlia {f}
rethink {v} (think again about a problem) :: repensar
reticent {adj} (reserved) :: reticent
retinue {n} (group of servants) :: seguici {m}
retire {n} (to stop working on a permanent basis) :: jubilar
retired {adj} (that has left employment) :: jubilat
retiree {n} (someone who has retired from active working) :: jubilat
retirement {n} (act of retiring, or the state of being retired) :: jubilació {f}
retort {v} (to retort; to throw back) SEE: return ::
retort {n} (flask used for distillation) :: retorta {f}
retouch {n} (act of retouching) :: retoc {m}
retractable {adj} (capable of being retracted) :: retractable
retreat {n} (lavatory) SEE: toilet ::
retreat {n} (to turn back, retreat) SEE: return ::
retrieve {v} (to regain or get back something) :: recuperar
retrofit {v} (To add or substitute new parts to some device that were not previously available) :: modernitzar
retrofit {v} (To fix an older version) :: corregir retroactivament
retrofit {n} (act of retrofitting) :: correcció retroactiva
retromingent {adj} (cowardly) SEE: cowardly ::
retrovirus {n} (virus with a genome consisting of RNA) :: retrovirus {m}
return {n} (answer) SEE: answer ::
return {v} (to come or go back) :: tornar
return {v} (to give something back to its original holder or owner) :: tornar
return {v} (tennis: to bat the ball back over the net in response to a serve) :: restar
retweet {v} (repost or forward a Twitter message) :: repiular
retweet {n} (message reposted or forwarded) :: repiulada {f}
Reuben {prop} (first son of Jacob) :: Rubèn {m}
Reuben {prop} (one of the twelve tribes of Israel) :: Rubèn {m}
Reuben {prop} (male given name) :: Rubèn {m}
reunification {n} (the unification of something that was previously divided; used especially of a country) :: reunificació {f}
reunion {n} (reunification) SEE: reunification ::
reuptake {n} (Reabsorption of neurotransmitter by neuron) :: recaptació neuronal
reusability {n} (property or degree of being reusable) :: reusabilitat {f}
Reuven {prop} (given name) SEE: Reuben ::
rev counter {n} (rev counter) SEE: tachometer ::
reveal {v} (to uncover) :: revelar
reveille {n} (the sounding of a bugle or drum early in the morning to awaken soldiers) :: diana {f}
revel {n} (An instance of merry-making; a celebration) :: revetlla {f}
revelation {n} (the act of revealing or disclosing) :: revelació {f}
revelation {n} (manifestation of divine truth) :: revelació {f}
revelry {n} (joyful merry-making) :: xerinola {f}
revenant {n} (someone reborn) :: revingut
revenge {n} (retaliatory action) :: revenja {m}, venjança {f}
revenge {v} (to take revenge for an action) :: revenjar-se
revenge {v} (to take revenge on an actor) :: revenjar-se
revenge is a dish best served cold {proverb} (emotional detachment is preferable when taking revenge) :: la venjança és un plat que es serveix fred
revenue {n} (turnover, total sales) :: rèdit
reverberate {v} (to ring with many echos) :: reverberar
reverberate {v} (to have a lasting effect) :: reverberar
reverberate {v} (to repeatedly return) :: reverberar
reverberate {v} (obsolete: to shine or glow) :: reverberar
revere {v} (to regard someone or something with great awe or devotion) :: reverir, reverenciar
reverence {n} (veneration; profound awe and respect) :: reverència {f}
reverent {adj} (showing respect or reverence; respectful) :: reverent
revile {v} (to attack with abusive language) :: insultar
revisionism {n} (advocacy of a revision of some accepted theory, doctrine or a view of historical events) :: revisionisme {m}
revive {v} (to return to life, to recover life or strength) :: reviscolar
revocation {n} (action of revoking) :: revocació {f}
revolt {v} (to rebel) :: revoltar
revolt {v} (to greatly repel) :: revoltar
revolt {n} (act of revolting) :: revolta {f}
revolting {adj} (repellent) :: repugnant
revolution {n} (political upheaval) :: revolució {f}
revolution {n} (turning of an object around an axis) :: revolució {f}
revolution {n} (traversal of one body through an orbit around another body) :: revolució {f}
revolution {n} (sudden, vast change in a situation or discipline) :: revolució {f}
revolutionary {adj} (of or pertaining to a revolution in government) :: revolucionari
revolutionary {n} (A revolutionist; a person who revolts) :: revolucionari
revolver {n} (a handgun with revolving chambers) :: revòlver {m}
reward {v} (give a reward to) :: recompensar
rewarding {adj} (giving satisfaction) :: gratificant
Reynold {prop} (male given name) :: Reginald
rhea {n} (flightless bird) :: nyandú {m}
Rhenish {adj} (Pertaining to the river Rhine) :: renà
rhenium {n} (chemical element) :: reni {m}
rhetorical {adj} (part of or similar to rhetoric) :: retòric
rhetorical question {n} (question) :: pregunta retòrica {f}
rheumatic {adj} (referring to rheumatism) :: reumàtic
rheumatic {n} (person suffering from rheumatism) :: reumàtic {m}
Rhine {prop} (river that flows through Europe) :: Rin {m}
Rhineland {prop} (land on both sides of the river Rhine) :: Renània {f}
Rhineland-Palatinate {prop} (state) :: Renània-Palatinat
rhinitis {n} (inflammation) :: rinitis {f}
rhinoceros {n} (herbivorous pachyderm with horn(s)) :: rinoceront {m}
rhinoplasty {n} (plastic surgery used to improve a person's nose) :: rinoplàstia {f}
rhizome {n} (horizontal underground stem of some plants) :: rizoma {m}
rhizosphere {n} (soil region influenced by plant roots) :: rizosfera {f}
Rhône {prop} (Rhone) SEE: Rhone ::
rho {n} (letter of Greek alphabet) :: ro {f}
Rhodes {prop} (island) :: Rodes {m}
Rhodesian {adj} (from Rhodesia) :: rhodesià {m}
Rhodesian {n} (Someone from Rhodesia) :: rhodesià {m}
rhodium {n} (chemical element) :: rodi {m}
rhododendron {n} (flowering shrub in the genus Rhododendron) :: rododendre {m}
rhododendron {n} (oleander) SEE: oleander ::
rhodonite {n} (A manganese inosilicate mineral) :: rodonita {f}
rhombohedral {adj} (having three equal axes and oblique angles) :: romboèdric
rhombohedron {n} (prism with six faces, each a rhombus) :: romboedre {m}, rombòedre {m}
rhombus {n} (A parallelogram having all sides of equal length) :: rombe {m}
Rhone {prop} (river) :: Roine {m}
Rhuddanian {prop} (subdivision of the Silurian period) :: Rhuddanià
rhyme {n} (verse, poetry) :: rima {f}
rhyme {n} (word that rhymes with another) :: rima {f}
rhyme {n} (rhyming; sameness of sound of some parts of words, as ‘the poem exhibits rhyme’) :: rima {f}
rhyme {v} (transitive, to rhyme with) :: rimar
rhyme {v} (reciprocal) :: rimar
rhyme {v} (put words together) :: rimar
rhythm {n} (variation of strong and weak elements of sounds over time) :: ritme {m}
rhythm {n} (tempo or speed of a beat, song, or repeated event) :: ritme {m}
rhythmic {adj} (of or relating to rhythm) :: rítmic
rhythmic {adj} (characterized by rhythm) :: rítmic
rhythmically {adv} (in a rhythmical manner) :: rítmicament
rhyton {n} (a drinking vessel) :: ríton {m}
rib {n} (curved bone) :: costella {f}
rib {n} (nautical: part of a ship’s framework) :: quaderna {f}
ribbed vault {n} (structure created by intersection of vaults) :: volta apuntada {f}
ribbon {n} (long, narrow strip of material) :: cinta {f}, llaç
ribbon seal {n} (a species of true seal) :: foca de bandes {f}
riboflavin {n} (the vitamin B2, riboflavin) :: riboflavina {f}
ribonucleic acid {n} (derivative of DNA, used in the transcription of genetic material) :: àcid ribonucleic {m}
ribonucleotide {n} (nucleotide having ribose as its sugar) :: ribonucleòtid {m}
ribose {n} (naturally occurring pentose sugar) :: ribosa {f}
rice {n} (plants) :: arròs {m}
rice {n} (seeds used as food) :: arròs {m}
rice cooker {n} (kitchen appliance designed to cook rice) :: arrossera {f}
rich {adj} (having wealth) :: ric
Richard {prop} (male given name) :: Ricard {m}
richness {n} (state or quality of being rich) :: ricor {f}, riquesa {f}
rickets {n} (disorder of infancy) :: raquitisme {m}
ricochet {v} (To rebound) :: retopar
rid {v} (to free from something) :: alliberar
riddle {n} (sieve) SEE: sieve ::
ride {v} (to transport oneself by sitting on and directing a horse, bicycle etc.) :: colcar, muntar, cavalcar
ride {v} (to be transported in a vehicle as a passenger) :: colcar
rider {n} (driver) SEE: driver ::
rider {n} (one who rides) :: genet {m}
rider {n} (cyclist) SEE: cyclist ::
ridge {n} (chain of mountains) :: serralada {f}
ridge {n} (chain of hills) :: serra {f}
ridiculous {adj} (foolish, absurd) :: ridícul
riff {n} (repeated instrumental melody line) :: riff, melodia {f}
rifle {n} (firearm with a rifled barrel) :: fusell {m}, rifle {m}
rift {n} (shallow place in a stream) SEE: ford ::
rig {n} (special equipment or gear) :: aparell {m}
rigging {n} (tackle of a sailing vessel) :: eixàrcia {f}, cordam {m}
right {adj} (of direction) :: dret
right {n} (legal or moral entitlement) :: dret {m}
right back {n} (a defender who plays on the right) :: defensa dret {m}
right-handed {n} (of one who uses their right hand in preference to, or more skillfully than their left.) :: dretà
right now {adv} (immediately) SEE: immediately ::
right now {adv} (at this precise moment) :: ara mateix
right of way {n} (right to proceed first in traffic) :: prioritat {f}
right wing {n} (sport) :: ala dreta {f}
rigid {adj} (stiff) :: rígid
rigidity {n} (The quality or state of being rigid) :: rigidesa {f}, rigiditat {f}
rigidly {adv} (in a rigid manner) :: rígidament
rigidness {n} (rigidity) SEE: rigidity ::
rigorous {adj} (showing, causing or favoring rigor) :: rigorós
rigorous {adj} (severe; intense) :: rigorós
rigorously {adv} (in a rigorous manner) :: rigorosament
rind {n} (hard outer layer of fruit, cheese) :: crosta {f}, escorça {f}, closca {f}
ring {n} (circumscribing object) :: cèrcol {m}
ring {n} (round piece of (precious) metal worn around the finger) :: anell {m}
ring {n} (bird band) :: anella
ring {n} (piece of food in the shape of a ring) :: rodanxa
ring {n} (place where some sports take place) :: ring
ring {n} (arena where circus acts take place) :: pista
ring {n} (group of people) :: cercle
ring {n} (geometry: a planar geometrical figure) :: corona
ring {n} (astronomy: a formation of various pieces of material orbiting around a planet) :: anell
ring {v} (to produce the sound of a bell or a similar sound) :: dringar, [only door-bell] trucar
ring {v} (to make, produce sound) :: fer sonar
ring down the curtain {v} (stop) SEE: stop ::
ringed seal {n} (Pusa hispida) :: foca marbrada {f}
ring finger {n} (finger between the middle finger and little finger) :: dit anular {m}, anular {m}
ring road {n} (highway) :: ronda {f}
ring up the curtain {v} (start) SEE: start ::
ringworm {n} (contagious fungal affliction of the skin) :: tinya {f}
rinse {v} (to wash something quickly using water and no soap) :: esbandir
rinse {v} (to remove soap from something using water) :: esbandir
rip {v} (to fart) SEE: fart ::
ripe {adj} (ready for reaping or gathering, of fruits and seeds) :: madur
ripe {adj} :: madur
rip off {v} ((idiom) to steal, cheat or swindle) :: estafar
ripple {n} (moving disturbance or undulation in the surface of a liquid) :: ona {f}
ripple {v} (to move like the undulating surface of a body of water) :: onejar
rise {v} (to move upwards) :: pujar
rising {n} (rebellion) :: rebel·lió
rising {adj} (going up) :: creixent, ixent, naixent
risk {n} (possible, usually negative, outcome) :: risc {m}
risk {n} (likelihood of a negative outcome) :: risc {m}
risk {n} (potential (conventionally negative) impact of an event) :: risc {m}
risk {v} (to incur risk to something) :: arriscar
risk {v} (to incur risk of something) :: arriscar
risk {v} (to incur risk by something) :: arriscar
risky {adj} (dangerous, involving risks) :: riscós, arriscat
Rissian {adj} :: rissià {m}
rite {n} (ritual) :: ritus {m}
ritual {adj} (related to a rite) :: ritual {m} {f}
rival {n} (competitor with the same objective) :: rival
rival {n} (someone or something with similar claims of quality or distinction as another) :: rival
rivalry {n} (competition) :: rivalitat {f}
river {n} (large stream which drains a landmass) :: riu {m}
river {n} (any large flow of a liquid) :: riu {m}
riverbank {n} (sloped side of a river) :: riba {f}, ribera {f}
riverbed {n} (a river bottom) :: buc {m}
river god {n} (river-being) :: déu fluvial {m}
river horse {n} (hippopotamus) SEE: hippopotamus ::
rivet {n} (cylindrical mechanical fastener) :: rebló {m}
rivet {v} (to attach or fasten parts by using rivets) :: reblar
rivet {v} (to install rivets) :: reblar
Riyadh {prop} (capital of Saudi Arabia) :: Riad
RNA {n} (abbreviation of ribonucleic acid) :: ARN {m}
roach {n} (US: cockroach) SEE: cockroach ::
road {n} (a way for travel) :: carretera {f}
road {n} (a path in life) :: camí
Roadian {prop} (subdivision of the Permian period) :: Roadià
road roller {n} (heavy engineering vehicle used to compact asphalt) :: piconadora {f}
roadway {n} (main or central portion of a road used by the vehicles) :: calçada {f}
roaming {n} (using a cell phone outside of its original registering zone) :: itinerància {f}
roar {v} (of animals, to make a loud deep noise) :: rugir
roast {v} :: rostir
roast {adj} (having been cooked by roasting) :: rostit
roast beef {n} (Beef cooked by roasting) :: rosbif {m}
roastbeef {n} (roast beef) SEE: roast beef ::
rob {v} (to steal from, using violence) :: robar, atracar
robber {n} (one who robs) :: lladre {m} {f}
robber crab {n} (coconut crab) SEE: coconut crab ::
robe {n} (long, loose outer garment) :: hàbit {m}, toga {f}
Robert {prop} (given name) :: Robert {m}
Roberta {prop} (female given name) :: Roberta {f}
robin {n} (Erithacus rubecula) :: pit-roig {m}
robot {n} (intelligent mechanical being) :: robot {m}
robot {n} (traffic light) SEE: traffic light ::
robotics {n} (The science and technology of robots) :: robòtica {f}
rocambolesque {adj} (fantastic) :: rocambolesc
Rocco {prop} (male given name) :: Roc {m}
rock {n} (natural mineral aggregate) :: quer {m}, roc {m}, roca {f}, pedra {f}
rock {n} (mass of projecting rock) :: roc {m}, roca {f}, pedra {f}
rock {n} (large stone or boulder) :: quer {m}, roca {f}
rock {n} (hill or island without vegetation) :: roc {m}
rock {n} (precious stone or gem) :: pedra preciosa {f}, pedra {f}
rock {n} (style of music) :: rock
rock dove {n} (Columba livia) :: colom roquer {m}
rocket {n} (a vehicle) :: coet {m}
rocket {n} (a projectile firework) :: coet {m}
rocket {n} (arugula) SEE: arugula ::
rock hyrax {n} (Procavia capensis) :: damà roquer del Cap {m}
Rockies {prop} (Rocky Mountains) SEE: Rocky Mountains ::
rocking chair {n} (chair with a curved base which can be gently rocked) :: balancí {m}
rock lobster {n} (spiny lobster) SEE: spiny lobster ::
rockmelon {n} (melon) SEE: melon ::
rock pigeon {n} (Columba livia) :: colom roquer {m}
Rocky Mountains {prop} (mountain range) :: Muntanyes Rocalloses
rococo {n} (style of baroque architecture etc.) :: rococó {m}
rod {n} (slang: penis) :: verga {f}
rod {n} (slang: pistol) SEE: pistol ::
rod cell {n} (any of the cylindrical photoreceptor cells in the retina) :: bastonet de la retina {m}
rodent {n} (mammal of the order Rodentia) :: rosegador
roe {n} (roe deer) SEE: roe deer ::
roe deer {n} (small deer species, Capreolus capreolus) :: cabirol {m}
roentgenium {n} (chemical element) :: roentgeni {m}
Roger {prop} (male given name) :: Roger {m}
role {n} :: rol {m}
roleplay {n} (roleplaying game) SEE: roleplaying game ::
roleplaying game {n} (type of game in which the players assume the role of a character) :: joc de rol
rolled oats {n} (oat groats rolled into flat flakes) :: flocs de civada {m-p}
rollerblade {n} (type of roller skate) :: patí en línia {m}
rollercoaster {n} (amusement ride) :: muntanyes russes {f-p} [Russian mountains]
roller skate {n} (a boot having small wheels) :: patí de rodes {m}
rolling pin {n} (food preparation utensil) :: corró {m}
roly-poly {n} (A toy that rights itself when pushed over) :: saltamartí {m}, tossut {m}
Rom {n} (a member of the Romani people) :: gitano {m}, bomià {m} (obsolete)
Rom {prop} (language) SEE: Romani ::
Rom {adj} (Romani) SEE: Romani ::
Roma {prop} (the Romani macrolanguage) SEE: Romani ::
Roma {n} (member of the Roma/Romani people) SEE: Romani ::
Roma {adj} (Romani) SEE: Romani ::
Roma {prop} (the Romani people) :: romaní {s}, romanís {p}; [Valencian] romaní {s}, romanins {p}
Roman {adj} (of or from Rome) :: romà
Roman {adj} (of or from the Roman Empire) :: romà {m}, romana {f}
Roman {n} (a native or resident of Rome) :: romà {m}, romana {f}
Roman {n} (a native or inhabitant of the Roman Empire) :: romà {m}, romana {f}
Roman {n} (the Roman script) :: llatí {m}
Roman {prop} (male given name) :: Romà {m}
Roman alphabet {n} (Latin alphabet) SEE: Latin alphabet ::
Roman Catholic Church {prop} (part of the Christian churches in union with the pope in Rome) :: Església Catòlica {f}, Església Catòlica Romana {f}
Romance {adj} (of or dealing with languages or cultures derived from Roman influence and Latin) :: romànic
Romance language {n} (language descended from Latin) :: llengua romànica {f}
Roman Empire {prop} (empire) :: Imperi romà
Romani {n} (member of the Roma people) SEE: Rom ::
Romani {prop} (language) :: romaní {m}
Romani {adj} (of or belonging to the Roma people) :: romaní {m} {f}
Romani {prop} (nomadic people) SEE: Roma ::
Romania {prop} (South-Eastern European country) :: Romania {f}
Romanian {adj} (of or relating to Romania, its people, or language) :: romanès {m}, romanesa {f}; [Valencian] romanés {m}, romanesa {f}
Romanian {n} (native of Romania) :: romanès {m}, romanesa {f}; [Valencian] romanés {m}, romanesa {f}
Romanian {prop} (official language of Romania) :: romanès {m}; [Valencian] romanés {m}
romanise {v} (romanize) SEE: romanize ::
Romanise {v} (romanize) SEE: romanize ::
Romanization {n} (putting text into the Latin (Roman) alphabet) :: romanització {f}
romanize {v} (to transliterate to the Latin alphabet) :: llatinitzar, romanitzar
romanize {v} (to bring under authority or influence of Rome) :: llatinitzar, romanitzar
Roman nose {n} (aquiline nose) SEE: aquiline nose ::
Roman numeral {n} (numeral represented by letters) :: xifra romana {f}
Romansch {prop} (the Romance language) :: romanx {m}
romantic {adj} (fantastic, idealistic) :: romàntic
romantic {adj} (powerfully sentimental, evocative) :: romàntic
romantic {adj} (concerned with, or conducive to, romance and love) :: romàntic
Romantic {adj} (Of or pertaining to Romance) :: romàntic
romantically {adv} (in a romantic way) :: romànticament
romanticism {n} (romantic quality, spirit or action) :: romanticisme {m}
Romanticism {prop} (artistic and intellectual movement) :: romanticisme {m}
romanticist {n} (advocate or follower of romanticism) :: romàntic {m}
Rome {prop} (city) :: Roma {f}
Rome {prop} (empire) :: Roma {f}
Romeo {n} (boyfriend) SEE: boyfriend ::
Romeo {prop} (character in Romeo and Juliet) :: Romeu {m}
Ronald {prop} (male given name) :: Reginald {m}
roof {n} (the cover at the top of a building) :: teulada {f}
roof {n} (the upper part of a cavity) :: sostre {m}
rook {n} (bird) :: graula {f}
rook {n} (chesspiece) :: torre {f}
room {n} (space) :: espai {m}, lloc {m}
room {n} (division in a building) :: cambra {f}, sala {f}, habitació {f}, peça {f}, [Algherese] aposento
roommate {n} (a person with whom one shares a room) :: company d'habitació {m}
roomy {adj} (spacious) :: espaiós
roost {n} (place for sleeping birds) :: jóc {m}
roost {v} (of birds: to sleep) :: ajocar-se
rooster {n} (flower) SEE: violet ::
rooster {n} (male chicken; male gallinaceous bird) :: gall {m}
root {n} (part of a plant) :: arrel {f}
root {n} (of a tooth) :: arrel {f}
root {n} (arithmetic: number or expression which when raised to a power gives the specified number or expression) :: arrel {f}
root {v} (coarse slang: have sexual intercourse) :: furgar
root {n} (arithmetic: square root) SEE: square root ::
root beer {n} (beverage with sarsaparilla root) :: cervesa d'arrels
root canal {n} (hollow part of the root of a tooth) :: conducte radicular {m}
root canal {n} (surgical operation on a root canal) :: conducte radicular {m}
root for {v} (encourage a favored person) :: animar
root hair {n} :: pèl radicular {m}
rope {n} (thick, strong string) :: corda {f}
rope {n} (a length of this string) :: corda {f}
rorqual {n} (whale with long skin folds below mouth) :: rorqual {m}
Rorschach test {n} (method of psychological evaluation that uses subject's interpretations of inkblots) :: test de Rorschach
rosé {n} (wine) :: rosat {m}
Rosa {prop} (female given name) SEE: Rose ::
rosacea {n} (chronic condition) :: rosàcia {f}
rosary {n} (Catholic prayer beads) :: rosari
rose {n} (shrub) :: roser {m}
rose {n} (flower) :: rosa {f}
rose {n} (colour) :: rosa {m}
rose {adj} (colour) :: rosat
Rose {prop} (female given name) :: Rosa {f}
rosebush {n} (rose plant) :: roser {m}
rosehip {n} (the fruit of a rose plant) :: roser caní {m}
rosemary {n} (shrub) :: romaní {m}, [dialectal] romer {m}
rose quartz {n} (reddish-colored quartz) :: quars rosa {m}
Rosetta Stone {prop} (large inscribed stone) :: Pedra de Rosetta {f}
rose window {n} (circular window) :: rosassa {f}, rosetó {m}
rosin {n} (liquid resin) SEE: resin ::
roster {n} (schedule) SEE: schedule ::
rostrum {n} (zoology: beak) SEE: beak ::
rosé wine {n} (pink coloured wine) :: vi rosat {m}
rot {v} (to decay) :: podrir
rotary phone {n} (rotary dial telephone) :: telèfon de disc {m}
rotten {adj} (decayed, gone bad) :: podrit {m}
rotula {n} (kneecap) SEE: kneecap ::
rouge {n} (blush) SEE: blush ::
rough {adj} (not smooth) :: aspre
rough {adj} (approximate) :: aproximat, quasi
rough {adj} (difficult) :: difícil
rough {adj} (crude, unrefined) :: rude {m} {f}, tosc {m}
roughly {adv} (approximately) SEE: approximately ::
roulette {n} (game of chance) :: ruleta {f}
round {adj} (circular or cylindrical) :: rodó
round {n} (serving) :: ronda {f}
round {n} (golf etc: way around the course) :: volta {f}
round {prep} (around) SEE: around ::
round {adv} (around) SEE: around ::
roundabout {n} (road junction at which traffic streams circularly around a central island) :: rotonda {f}
roundabout {n} (children's play apparatus which rotates around a central axis when pushed) :: carrussel {m}, cavallets {m-p}
roundabout {n} (fairground carousel) :: carrussel {m}, cavallets {m-p}
round bracket {n} (parenthesis, bracket) :: parèntesi {m}
rounded {adj} (pronounced with the lips drawn together) :: arrodonit
round up {v} (to round up a number) :: arrodonir
Rousseauian {adj} (of or relating to the philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau) :: rousseaunià, roussonià
Roussillon {prop} (region of southern France) :: Rosselló {m}
route {n} (course or way traveled) :: ruta {f}
routine {adj} (according to established procedure) :: rutinari
routine {adj} (regular; habitual) :: rutinari
routine {adj} (ordinary with nothing to distinguish it from all the others) :: rutinari
row {n} (in a table) :: fila {f}
row {n} :: fila {f} , filera {f}
row {v} (transitive:to propel over water using oars) :: remar
row {v} (intransitive: to propel a boat or other craft over water using oars) :: remar
rowan {n} (Sorbus aucuparia) :: moixera de guilla {f}
rowan {n} :: sorbus
rowhome {n} (house) SEE: rowhouse ::
row house {n} (rowhouse) SEE: rowhouse ::
rowhouse {n} (house) :: casa en sèrie {f}
rowing {n} (action of the verb "to row") :: remant
rowing {n} (the sport) :: rem {m}
Roxana {prop} :: Roxana
Roxanne {prop} (female given name) SEE: Roxana ::
royal {adj} (of or relating to a monarch or their family) :: reial
royal {adj} (majestic) SEE: majestic ::
royal family {n} (family of the ruling sovereign of a country or state) :: família reial {f}
royal jelly {n} (substance secreted by bees) :: gelea reial {f}
royal poinciana {n} (flamboyant) SEE: flamboyant ::
royalty {n} (payment made to owner of intellectual property) :: drets d'autor {m-p}
rub {v} (to move one object while maintaining contact with another object over some area) :: fregar
rubber {n} (pliable material derived from the sap of the rubber tree) :: cautxú {m}
rubber {n} (synthetic materials with the same properties) :: goma {f}
rubber {n} (condom) :: condó {m}
rubber {n} (baseball: pad on the pitcher's mound) :: placa del llançador {f}
rubber {n} (eraser) SEE: eraser ::
rubber duck {n} (toy shaped like a duck) :: ànec de goma {m}
rubberneck {n} (tourist) SEE: tourist ::
rubeola {n} (measles) SEE: measles ::
rubidium {n} (element with atomic number 37) :: rubidi
ruby {n} (type of gem) :: robí {m}
ruby {n} (5½-point type) SEE: agate ::
ruck {n} (contest for possession of the ball in Rugby) :: melé espontània {f}
ruck {v} (to contest possession of the ball in a game of Rugby) :: rasclar
rucksack {n} (a bag carried on the back) SEE: backpack ::
ruckus {n} (A noisy disturbance and/or commotion) :: commoció {f}, aldarull {m}
rudder {n} (underwater vane used to steer a vessel) :: timó {m}
rudder {n} (control surface of an aircraft) :: timó {m}
ruddy {adj} (reddish) :: rubicund {m}, rubicunda {f}
rude {adj} (bad-mannered) :: rude {m}, bast {m}
rude {adj} (obscene, pornographic, offensive) :: obscè {m}
rude {adj} (tough, robust) :: robust
rude {adj} (undeveloped, unskilled, basic) :: bast {m}
rudimentary {adj} :: rudimentari
rue {n} (any of various perennial shrubs) :: ruda {f}
ruff {n} (circular frill or ruffle on a garment) :: escarolat
ruff {n} (the bird Philomachus pugnax (syn. Calidris pugnax)) :: batallaire
ruff {v} (play a trump card) SEE: trump ::
Rufus {prop} (Biblical character) :: Ruf {m}
rug {n} (wig) SEE: wig ::
rug {n} (partial floor covering) :: catifa {f}
rugby {n} (a sport where players can hold or kick an ovoid ball) :: rugbi {m}
rugby union {n} (form of rugby) :: rugbi a 15
ruin {n} (remains of destroyed construction) :: ruïna
ruin {v} (to destroy) :: espatllar
ruin {v} (to ruin) SEE: wreck ::
ruinous {adj} (destructive) :: ruïnós
Ruism {n} (Confucianism) SEE: Confucianism ::
rule {n} (regulation) :: regla {f}, norma {f}
rule {v} (to regulate, be in charge of, make decisions for, reign over) :: manar, governar, regnar
rule {n} (straight-edge) SEE: ruler ::
rule out {v} (to reject from list of possibilities) :: descartar
ruler {n} (measuring or drawing device) :: regle {m}
ruler {n} (person who rules or governs) :: líder, governant
rum {n} (distilled spirit) :: rom {m}
ruminant {adj} (chewing cud) :: remugant
ruminant {n} (artiodactyl ungulate mammal which chews cud) :: remugant {m}
rummage {v} (to search something which contains many items) :: furgar, remenar
rumor {n} (statement or claim from no known reliable source) :: rumor {m}
run {v} (to move quickly on two feet) :: córrer
run {v} (to move quickly) :: córrer
run {v} (to move or spread quickly) :: córrer
run {v} (to cause to move quickly) :: fer córrer
run {v} (to flow) :: fluir, escolar-se
run {v} (to make a liquid flow) :: fer fluir
run {v} (of a machine, to be operating normally) :: funcionar
run {v} (to make a machine operate) :: fer funcionar
run {v} (to execute or carry out a plan, procedure or program) :: executar, arrancar
run {n} (the act of running) :: córrer
run {n} (the route taken while running) :: recorregut {m}, ruta {f}
run {n} (gallop) :: galopar
run {n} (unravelled stitches) :: carrera {f}
run along {v} (to leave) :: partir
run away {v} (to flee by running) :: fugir
run away with {v} (to overwhelm) SEE: overwhelm ::
run down {v} (to hit someone with a car or other vehicle and injure or kill them) :: atropellar
rundown {n} (baseball: defensive play) :: corre-corre {m}
runestone {n} (stone with a runic inscription) :: pedra rúnica {f}
runner {n} (somebody who runs, who moves at a fast pace) :: corredor {m}
runner {n} (baseball: player who runs the bases) SEE: baserunner ::
running dog {n} (lackey) SEE: lackey ::
runny nose {n} (condition of discharge of mucus from the nose) :: nas tapat {m}
run out the clock {v} (preserve a lead in a game by retaining possession) :: retenir, congelar
run over {v} (to drive over, causing injury or death) :: atropellar
runway {n} (defined section of land for airplanes) :: pista {f}
rupee {n} (monetary currency) :: rupia {f}
Rupelian {prop} (subdivision of the Oligocene epoch) :: Rupelià
rupture {n} (failure mode) :: ruptura
rural {adj} (pertaining to non-urban areas) :: rural
ruse {n} (action intended to deceive, see also: trick) :: truc {m}
rush {n} (onslaught) SEE: onslaught ::
Russia {prop} (country in Asia and Europe) :: Rússia {f}
Russian {n} (a person from Russia) :: rus {m}, russa {f}
Russian {n} (ethnic Russian) :: rus {m}, russa {f}
Russian {prop} (the Russian language) :: rus {m}
Russian {adj} (of or pertaining to Russia) :: rus
Russian doll {n} (wooden doll) :: matrioixca {f}, nina russa {f}
Russian Federation {prop} (Russia) :: Federació Russa {f}
Russian Orthodox Church {prop} (Russian Orthodox Church) :: Església Ortodoxa Russa {f}
Russian roulette {prop} (deadly game with revolver and random spinning) :: ruleta russa {f}
rust {n} (result of oxidation) :: rovell {m}, òxid {m}
rust {v} (to oxidise) :: rovellar, oxidar
rustic {adj} (country-styled) :: rústic
rustic {adj} (crude, rough) :: rústic
rusty {adj} (affected by rust) :: rovellat
rusty {adj} (lacking recent experience, out of practice) :: rovellat
ruthenium {n} (chemical element) :: ruteni {m}
rutherfordium {n} (chemical element) :: rutherfordi {m}
ruthless {adj} (without pity or compassion) :: despietat {m}
ruthlessly {adv} (in a ruthless manner) :: sense pietat
rye {n} (the grass Secale cereale or its grains as food) :: sègol {m}
rye {n} (ryegrass) SEE: ryegrass ::
ryegrass {n} :: margall {m}
Rzeczpospolita {prop} (Poland) SEE: Poland ::