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DJ {n} (person who selects and plays recorded music) SEE: disc jockey  ::
DMV {prop} (Department of Motor Vehicles)  :: [Brazil] DETRAN, Departamento de Trânsito
DNA {phrase} (abbreviation of deoxyribonucleic acid (see deoxyribonucleic acid for full forms))  :: ADN {m}
DVD {n} (digital video disc)  :: DVD {m}
DVD player {n} (DVD player)  :: aparelho de DVD
Dacia {prop} (ancient kingdom and Roman province)  :: Dácia
Dacian {n} (member of an ancient Indo-European ethnic group of Dacia)  :: dácio {m}
Dacian {prop} (language)  :: dácio {m}
Dacian {adj} (Of or pertaining to Dacia or the Dacians)  :: dácio
Daco-Romanian {prop} (a more specific name for the Romanian language)  :: daco-romeno {m}
Dadra and Nagar Haveli {prop} (Indian state territory)  :: Dadra e Nagar Haveli
Daffy Duck {prop} (comic duck)  :: Patolino {m}
Dagestan {prop} (federal subject of Russia)  :: Daguestão {m}
Dagmar {prop} (female given name)  :: Dagmar
Dakar {prop} (the capital city of Senegal)  :: Dakar {f}, Dacar {f}
Dalai Lama {n} (the supreme head of Tibetan Buddhism)  :: dalai lama {m}
Dalian {prop} (subprovincial city in northeastern China)  :: Dalian {f}
Dalit {n} (person regarded as outcaste)  :: dalit {m} {f}
Dallas {prop} (city in Texas)  :: Dallas {f}
Dalmatia {prop} (region in Croatia)  :: Dalmácia {f}
Dalmatia {prop} (Roman province)  :: Dalmácia {f}
Dalmatian {adj} (relating to Dalmatia or its people)  :: dálmata {m} {f}, dalmaciano {m}, dalmatense {m} {f}, dalmatino {m}
Dalmatian {n} (person from Dalmatia)  :: dálmata {m} {f}, dalmaciano {m}, dalmatense {m} {f}
Dalmatian {n} (breed of dog)  :: dálmata {m} {f}
Dalmatian {prop} (Extinct Romance language of Croatia.)  :: dálmata {m}, dalmático {m}
Daman {prop} (state capital of Daman and Diu, India)  :: Damão
Daman and Diu {prop} (Indian state territory)  :: Damão e Diu
Damascene {adj} (of or relating to Damascus)  :: damasceno
Damascene {n} (person)  :: damasceno {m}
Damascus {prop} (the capital city of Syria)  :: Damasco {f}
Damian {prop} (male given name)  :: Damião {m}
Danbo {n} (cheese originating in Denmark)  :: Danbo
Dancer {prop} (reindeer of Santa Claus)  :: Dançarina {f}
Dane {n} (person from Denmark or of Danish descent)  :: dinamarquês {m}, dinamarquesa {f}, danês {m}
Danelaw {prop} (part of Great Britain)  :: Danelaw {m}
Daniel {prop} (book of the Bible)  :: Daniel {m}
Daniel {prop} (biblical person)  :: Daniel {m}
Daniel {prop} (male given name)  :: Daniel {m}
Danish {prop} (language)  :: dinamarquês {m}, danês {m}
Danish {adj} (of Denmark)  :: dinamarquês, danês
Danish {n} (native of Denmark) SEE: Dane  ::
Danish crow {n} (hooded crow) SEE: hooded crow  ::
Dante {prop} (male given name)  :: Dante {m}
Dantean {adj} (of or pertaining to Dante or his style) SEE: Dantesque  ::
Dantesque {adj} (of or pertaining to Dante or his style, with elevated tone and somber focus)  :: dantesco
Danube {prop} (river of Europe that flows to the Black Sea)  :: Danúbio {m}
Danubian {adj} (pertaining to the Danube)  :: danubiano {m}
Daphne {prop} (mythological dryad)  :: Dafne {f}
Dardanelles {prop} (strait)  :: Dardanelos {m-p}
Dari {prop} (variety of Middle Persian)  :: dari {m}
Dari {prop} (Eastern Persian)  :: dari {m}
Darius {prop} (any of several Persian kings)  :: Dario
Dark Ages {prop} (historic period)  :: Idade das Trevas {f}
Darth Vader {prop} (Malevolent individual)  :: Darth Vader {m}
Darwin {prop} (surname)  :: Darwin {m} {f}
Darwin {prop} (city in Australia)  :: Darwin {f}
Darwinian {n} (adherent of Darwin's theory)  :: darwinista {m} {f}
Darwinian {adj} (relating to the theory of evolution)  :: darwiniano, darwinista
Darwinism {n} (principles of natural selection)  :: darvinismo {m}, darwinismo {m}
Darwinistic {adj} (relating to Darwinism)  :: darwinista
Dasher {prop} (reindeer of Santa Claus)  :: Corredora {f}
Daugavpils {prop} (city in Latvia)  :: Daugavpils {f}
David {prop} (male given name)  :: Davi {m}
David {prop} (king of Judah)  :: Davi {m}
Davidic {adj} (of or relating to David)  :: davídico
Dead Sea {prop} (lake in the Middle East)  :: Mar Morto {m}
Death {prop} (the personification of death)  :: Morte {f}
Deborah {prop} (biblical character)  :: Débora {f}
Deborah {prop} (female given name)  :: Débora {f}
Decalogue {prop} (the Ten Commandments) SEE: Ten Commandments  ::
Decameron {prop} (collection of 100 novellas by Boccaccio)  :: Decamerão {m}, Decameron {m}
Decapolis {prop} (ten cities on the eastern frontier of the Roman Empire)  :: Decápole {f}, Decápolis {f}
December {prop} (twelfth month of the Gregorian calendar)  :: dezembro {m}
Dei gratia {adv} (by the Grace of God) SEE: by the Grace of God  ::
Deism {n} (religious movement)  :: deísmo {m}
Delaware {prop} (river)  :: Delaware {m}
Delaware {prop} (US state)  :: Delaware {m}
Delhi {prop} (National capital territory and old city in northern India)  :: Déli, Deli, Dheli
Delilah {prop} (biblical mistress of Samson)  :: Dalila {f}
Delphi {prop} (city of ancient Greece)  :: Delfos
Delphic {adj} (of or relating to Delphi)  :: délfico
Demeter {prop} (Greek goddess of the harvest)  :: Deméter {f}, Demetra {f}
Demetrius {prop} (male given name)  :: Demétrio {m}
Demiurge {prop} (Inferior creator deity in Gnosticism)  :: demiurgo {m}
Democratic People's Republic of Korea {prop} (country in East Asia (official name))  :: República Democrática Popular da Coreia {f}
Democratic Republic of the Congo {prop} (large central African nation, formerly called Zaire)  :: República Democrática do Congo {f}
Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka {prop} (Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka)  :: República Democrática Socialista do Sri Lanka {f}
Democritus {prop} (Greek philosopher)  :: Demócrito
Demotic Greek {prop} (Greek vernacular language)  :: grego demótico {m}, demótico {m}
Denmark {prop} (country in Western Europe)  :: Dinamarca {f}
Dennis {prop} (male given name)  :: Dinis {m}, Diniz {m} [archaic], Dênis {m} [Brazil only]
Deo volente {interj} (God willing) SEE: God willing  ::
Derek {prop} (given name)  :: Teodorico
Dervish {n} (a Sufi Muslim ascetic fraternity)  :: dervixe {m}, daroês {m}
Detroit {prop} (largest city and former capital of Michigan)  :: Detroit {f}
Deuteronomy {prop} (book of the Bible)  :: Deuteronômio
Deutsche Mark {n} (former currency unit of Germany)  :: marco alemão {m}
Devanagari {prop} (abugida alphabet of India and Nepal)  :: devanágari {m}
Devon {prop} (English county)  :: Devon {m}
Dexter {prop} (male given name)  :: Dexter {m}
Dhaka {prop} (capital of Bangladesh)  :: Daca {f}, Dhaka {f}
Dhivehi {prop} (an Indo-Aryan language)  :: divehi {m}
Diana {prop} (Roman goddess)  :: Diana {f}
Diana {prop} (female given name)  :: Diana {f}
Diaspora {prop} (dispersion of a group of people)  :: diáspora {f}
Diego {prop} (male given name)  :: Diogo {m}
Dijon {prop} (city in Burgundy)  :: Dijon
Dili {prop} (capital)  :: Díli
Diocletian {prop} (Roman cognomen)  :: Diocleciano {m}
Dionysius {prop} (Ancient Greek male given name)  :: Dionísio {m}
Dionysus {prop} (Greek god of wine)  :: Dionísio {m}, Dioniso {m}
Discordianism {prop} (parodic religion based on the worship of Eris)  :: discordianismo {m}
Disney {prop} (surname)  :: Disney {m} {f}
Disney {prop} (Walt Disney Company)  :: Disney {f}
Disney {prop} (Disney theme park)  :: Disney {f}
Disneyland {prop} (Disneyland, theme park)  :: Disneylândia {f}
Dispur {prop} (state capital of Assam, India)  :: Dispur
Distrito Federal {prop} (Federal District) SEE: Federal District  ::
Diwali {prop} (Hindu festival of lights)  :: Diwali {m}, Divali {m}
Djibouti {prop} (Republic of Djibouti)  :: Jibuti {m} [Portugal], Djibuti {m} [Brazil]
Djiboutian {n} (person)  :: djibutiano {m}
Djiboutian {adj} (pertaining to Djibouti)  :: djibutiano
Dmitry {prop} (transliteration of Дмитрий)  :: Dmitri {m}, Dimitri {m}
Dnepropetrovsk {prop} (Dnipropetrovsk) SEE: Dnipropetrovsk  ::
Dnieper {prop} (river to the Black Sea)  :: Dnieper {m}, Dniepre {m}, Borístenes {m}
Dnipropetrovsk {prop} (city)  :: Dnepropetrovsk {f}, Dnipropetrovsk {f}
Dobermann {n} (large dog originating in Germany)  :: doberman {m} {f}, dobermann {m} {f}
Doctor {n} (title of a doctor, used before the doctor's name)  :: doutor {m}
Dodecanese {prop} (an island chain consisting of twelve main islands)  :: Dodecaneso {m}
Dog Star {prop} (Sirius) SEE: Sirius  ::
Dogo Argentino {n} (dog breed)  :: dogo argentino {m}
Doha {prop} (capital of Qatar)  :: Doha {f}
Dolores {prop} (female given name)  :: Dolores {f}
Dome of the Rock {prop} (shrine in Jerusalem)  :: Domo da Rocha, Cúpula da Rocha
Dominica {prop} (Commonwealth of Dominica)  :: Domínica {f}, Dominica {f}
Dominican {n} (person from Dominican Republic)  :: dominicano {m}
Dominican {n} (person from Dominica)  :: dominicano {m}
Dominican {n} (member of religious order)  :: dominicano {m}
Dominican {adj} (from the Dominican Republic)  :: dominicano
Dominican {adj} (from Dominica)  :: dominicano
Dominican {adj} (of or belonging to the religious order)  :: dominicano
Dominican Republic {prop} (country in the Caribbean)  :: República Dominicana
Domodedovo {prop} (airport in Russia)  :: Domodedovo {m}
Don {prop} (River in European Russia)  :: Don {m}
Don Quixote {prop} (the protagonist of a famous Spanish novel)  :: Dom Quixote {m}
Donald Duck {prop} (Disney character)  :: Pato Donald {m}
Donbas {prop} (An industrial region in eastern Ukraine.)  :: Donbass {m}, Donbas {m}
Donbass {prop} (Donbas) SEE: Donbas  ::
Donetsk {prop} (city)  :: Donetsk {f}
Donetsk People's Republic {prop} (secessionist state)  :: República Popular de Donetsk
Donner {prop} (reindeer of Santa Claus)  :: Trovão {m}
Doppler effect {n} (change in frequency or wavelength)  :: efeito Doppler {m}
Dorado {prop} (a particular constellation)  :: Dorado {m}
Dorcas {prop} (biblical woman)  :: Dorcas {f}
Dorcas {prop} (female given name)  :: Dorcas {f}
Doric {prop} (Greek dialect)  :: dórico {m}
Dorothea {prop} (female given name) SEE: Dorothy  ::
Dorothy {prop} (female given name)  :: Doroteia {f}
Douglas {prop} (male given name)  :: Douglas {m}
Douglas {prop} (capital of the Isle of Man)  :: Douglas {f}
Douglas fir {n} (tree of genus Pseudotsuga)  :: abeto de Douglas {m}, abeto Douglas {m}
Douro {prop} (river in northern Portugal and Spain)  :: Douro
Dover {prop} (port in Kent, England)  :: Dover {f}
Down syndrome {prop} (condition caused by chromosomal deficiency)  :: síndrome de Down {f}
Down's syndrome {prop} (condition caused by chromosomal deficiency) SEE: Down syndrome  ::
Dr {n} (Doctor)  :: Dr.
Draco {prop} (constellation)  :: Dragão {m}
Draco {prop} (Athenian lawgiver)  :: Dracão {m}, Drácon {m}, Dracon {m}, Draco {m}
Dracula {prop} (fictional vampire)  :: Drácula {m}
Dravidian {prop} (family of languages)  :: dravidiano {m}
Drenthe {prop} (province of the Netherlands)  :: Drenthe {f}, Drente {f}
Dresden {prop} (capital city of the German Federal State of Saxony)  :: Dresden {f}, Dresdem {f}, Dresda {f}
Drina {prop} (river that flows northward 160 miles along the border of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia)  :: Drina {m}
Drummond light {n}  :: luz de Drummond {f}, luz oxídrica {f}
Druze {n} (collective Druze)  :: drusos {m-p}
Druze {n} (individual Druze)  :: druso {m}
Dubai {prop} (one of the emirates of the United Arab Emirates)  :: Dubai {m}
Dubai {prop} (city)  :: Dubai {f}
Dublin {prop} (the capital of the Republic of Ireland)  :: Dublin, Dublim
Dubrovnik {prop} (Croatian port-city)  :: Ragusa {f}, Dubrovnik {f}
Duckburg {prop} (fictional city where Donald Duck lives)  :: Patópolis {f}
Dudinka {prop} (Russian city)  :: Dudinka {f}
Dungeness crab {n} (Metacarcinus magister)  :: caranguejo de Dungeness {m}
Dunkirk {prop} (town in France)  :: Dunquerque {f}
Durban {prop} (city in South Africa)  :: Durban {f}
Durex {prop} (condom) SEE: condom  ::
Durex {prop} (adhesive tape) SEE: adhesive tape  ::
Durrës {prop} (Adriatic port city in Albania)  :: Durres {f}, Durazzo {f}
Dushanbe {prop} (capital of Tajikistan)  :: Dushanbe {f}, Duchambe {f}
Dutch {adj} (of the Netherlands, people, or language)  :: holandês, neerlandês
Dutch {prop} (the Dutch language)  :: holandês, neerlandês
Dutch {prop} (people from the Netherlands)  :: holandês, neerlandês
Dutch East Indies {prop} (a former Dutch colony in modern-day Indonesia)  :: Índias Orientais Holandesas {f-p}
Dutch Guiana {prop} (colonial name of Suriname)  :: Guiana Holandesa
Dutch New Guinea {prop} (Western New Guinea from 1945 to 1962, when it was under Dutch rule)  :: Nova Guiné Holandesa {f}
Dutch clover {n} (Trifolium repens) SEE: white clover  ::
Dutch elm disease {n} (disease of elm trees)  :: grafiose {f}, doença holandesa do ulmeiro {f}
Dutchman {n} (a Dutch man)  :: holandês {m}
Dutchwoman {n} (a Dutch woman)  :: holandesa {f}
Dyle {prop} (river)  :: Dyle {m}
Dzongkha {prop} (national language of Bhutan)  :: zoncá {m}
Dzungaria {prop} (geographical region in northwest China)  :: Dzungaria {f}
d10 {abbr}  :: d10
d12 {abbr}  :: d12
d20 {abbr}  :: d20
d4 {abbr}  :: d4
d6 {n}  :: d6
d8 {n}  :: d8
dab {n} (fingerprint) SEE: fingerprint  ::
dabble {v} (to cause splashing by moving a body part in soft mud, water, etc.)  :: umedecer
dace {n} (Leuciscus leuciscus)  :: pardelha {f}
dacha {n} (Russian villa or summer house)  :: dacha {f}, datcha {f}
dachshund {n} (breed of dog)  :: dachshund {m} {f}, bassê {m} {f}
dacite {n} (an igneous, volcanic rock with a high iron content)  :: dacito {m}
dactylology {n} (The use of the fingers and hands to communicate ideas, especially by the deaf)  :: dactilologia {f}
dactyloscopy {n} (forensic analysis of fingerprints)  :: dactiloscopia {f}, datiloscopia {f}
dad {n} (informal a father)  :: papá {m}, papai {m}
dad {n} (familiar address of one's own father)  :: papá {m}
dadaism {n} (cultural movement)  :: dadaísmo {m}
daddy {n} (father)  :: papai
daddy longlegs {n} (cranefly) SEE: cranefly  ::
daffodil {n} (flower)  :: narciso {m}
daft {adj} (insane, mad)  :: louco {m}
daft {adj} (silly)  :: sandeu
daft {adj} (stupid)  :: estúpido {m}
dagger {n} (a stabbing weapon)  :: adaga {f}, punhal {m}
dagger {n} (a text character)  :: adaga {f}
dago {n} (person of Italian descent) SEE: wop  ::
daguerreotype {n} (type of photograph)  :: daguerreótipo {m}
dahlia {n} (any plant of the genus Dahlia)  :: dália {f}
daikon {n} (large white radish)  :: daikon {m}
daily {adj} (that occurs every day)  :: diário
daily {n} (newspaper)  :: diário {m}
daily {n} (cleaner)  :: diarista {f}
daily {adv} (every day)  :: diariamente
daimon {n} (tutelary spirit that guides a person)  :: gênio {m}
daimyo {n} (Japanese feudal lord)  :: daimio {m}
dainty {adj} (delicately small and pretty)  :: delicada {f}, delicado {m}
dairy {n} (place, where milk is processed)  :: leitaria {f}
dairy {n} (shop selling dairy products)  :: leitaria {f}
dairy {n} (products produced from milk)  :: lacticínios {p}
dairy {n} (corner-store, superette or 'mini-mart' of some description)  :: mercearia {f}
dairy {adj} (referring to products produced from milk)  :: leiteiro, lácteo, laticínio
dairy {adj} (referring to the milk production and processing industries)  :: leiteiro, laticínio
dairy cow {n} (cow bred for the ability to produce large quantities of milk)  :: vaca leiteira {f}
dairy product {n} (foodstuff made from milk)  :: laticínio {m}
dairyman {n} (man who works in a dairy) SEE: milkman  ::
dais {n} (raised platform)  :: estrado {m}
daisy {n} (Bellis perennis)  :: margarida-comum {f}
daisy {n} (commonly used term for related flowers)  :: margarida {f}
dale {n} (valley)  :: vale {m}
daltonic {adj} (color blind) SEE: color blind  ::
dam {n} (structure placed across a flowing body of water)  :: barragem {f}, represa {f}
damage {n} (abstract measure of something not being intact; harm)  :: avaria {f}, dano {m}, estrago {m}
damage {n} (cost or expense)  :: estrago {m}
damage {v} (to make something less intact or even destroy it; to harm or cause destruction)  :: estragar, danar, avariar, danificar
damascene {adj} (inlaid with silver or gold)  :: adamascado {m}
damascene {adj} (of or from Damascus)  :: damasceno
damask {n} (fabric)  :: damasco {m}
damask {v} (decorate or weave in damascene patterns)  :: damasquinar
dame {n} (title equivalent to Sir for a female knight)  :: dama {f}
dame {n} ((archaic) lady, woman)  :: dama {f}
dammara {n} (dammer) SEE: dammer  ::
dammara {n} (any of various trees of the order Agathis)  :: dâmara {f}
dammer {n} (resin obtained from trees of the genera Shorea and Symplocos)  :: dâmar {m}
dammit {interj} (expression of anger or disappointment)  :: porra, merda
damn {v} (theology: to condemn to hell)  :: amaldiçoar, danar, condenar
damn {v} (to put a curse upon)  :: amaldiçoar
damn {adj} (generic intensifier)  :: maldito, merda de, porra de
damn {adv} (awfully, extremely)  :: pra caralho
damn {interj} (non-vulgar expression of contempt etc.)  :: porcaria, maldição, droga, poça
damn {n} (use of damn as a swear word)  :: porcaria {f}, maldição {f}
damnatio memoriae {n} (a punishment for traitors in Ancient Rome by which someone was effectively erased from history)  :: damnatio memoriae {f}
damned {adj} (god-forsaken)  :: condenado, maldito, amaldiçoado
damned if one does and damned if one doesn't {prep} (dilemma with bad outcomes)  :: se correr o bicho pega, se ficar o bicho come
damp {adj} (Being in a state between dry and wet)  :: úmido {m}
damp {n} (Moisture)  :: umidade {f}
damp {v} (To suppress vibrations or oscillations)  :: amortecer
damping {n} (the stabilization of a physical system by reducing oscillation)  :: amortecimento {m}
damsel {n} (young woman of noble birth)  :: donzela {f}
damsel {n} (girl, maiden (without sexual experience))  :: donzela {f}
damsel in distress {n} (young woman perceived as being in a dangerous situation.)  :: donzela em apuros {f}, donzela em perigo
damselfly {n} (insect)  :: donzelinha {f}, libelinha {f}
damson {n} (tree)  :: abrunheiro {m}
damson {n} (fruit)  :: abrunho {m}
dance {n} (movements to music)  :: dança {f}, baile {m}
dance {v} (move rhythmically to music)  :: dançar, bailar
dance floor {n} (an area for dancing)  :: pista de dança {f}
danceable {adj} (suitable for dancing)  :: dançável
dancehall {n} (public hall for dancing)  :: salão de dança {m}
dancer {n} (person who dances)  :: bailarino {m}, bailarina {f}, dançarino {m}, dançarina {f}
dancer {n} (euphemism for stripper)  :: dançarina exótica {f}
dandelion {n} (plant, wild flower of the genus Taraxacum)  :: dente-de-leão {m}
dander {n} (dead skin shed by animals)  :: caspa {f}
dandruff {n} (skin flakes)  :: caspa {f}
dandy {adj} (very good; better than expected but not as good as could be)  :: catita
dandy {n} (yawl) SEE: yawl  ::
dang {adj} (damn) SEE: damn  ::
danger {n} (exposure to liable harm)  :: perigo {m}
danger {n} (instance or cause of liable harm)  :: perigo {m}
danger pay {n} (extra payment given to someone with hazardous working conditions)  :: periculosidade {f}
dangerous {adj} (full of danger)  :: perigoso
dangerously {adv} (in a dangerous manner)  :: perigosamente
dangling pointer {n} (pointer that does not reference a valid object)  :: ponteiro pendente {m}
danse macabre {n} (a conventional subject of artistic painting or drawing)  :: dança macabra, dança da morte
daphne {n} (shrub)  :: dafne {f}
darbuka {n} (goblet drum) SEE: goblet drum  ::
dare {v} (to have courage)  :: ousar, atrever-se a
dare {v} (to defy or challenge)  :: desafiar
dare {v} (to brave or face up to)  :: enfrentar
dare {n} (a challenge)  :: desafio
daric {n} (gold coin from Persia)  :: darico {m}, dárico {m}
daring {adj} (willing to take on risks)  :: audacioso, audaz, arrojado, atrevido
daring {adj} (courageous)  :: audacioso
daringness {n} (state or quality of being daring)  :: ousadia {f}
dark {adj} (having an absolute or relative lack of light)  :: escuro
dark {adj} (hidden, secret)  :: obscuro
dark {adj} (without moral or spiritual light)  :: sinistro, maligno
dark {adj} (not bright or light, deeper in hue)  :: escuro
dark {n} (a complete or partial absence of light)  :: escuridão {f}
dark {n} (ignorance)  :: ignorância {f}
dark {n} (nightfall)  :: anoitecer {m}, cair da noite {m}
dark energy {n} (hypothetical form of energy which, it is supposed, is spread uniformly throughout space and time and has anti-gravitational properties)  :: energia escura {f}
dark matter {n} (particles of matter that cannot be detected by their radiation)  :: matéria escura {f}
darkness {n} (state of being dark)  :: escuridão {f}, trevas {f-p}
darkness {n} (gloom)  :: trevas {f-p}
darkness {n} (state of reflecting little light; tending to blackish or brownish)  :: escuro
darknet {n} (the network)  :: darknet {f}
darkroom {n} (dark room where photographs are developed)  :: câmara escura {f}
darkwave {n} (musical movement combining elements of new wave and gothic rock)  :: darkwave {m}
darling {n} (person who is dear to one)  :: querido {m}, querida {f}
darling {adj} (dear, cherished)  :: querido, amado
darling {adj} (charming)  :: encantador
darmstadtium {n} (transuranic chemical element with atomic number 110)  :: darmstádio {m}
darn {adj} (damn) SEE: damn  ::
darn {interj} (damn) SEE: damn  ::
darn {v} (damn) SEE: damn  ::
darn {v} (stitch with thread)  :: remendar
darnel {n} (type of ryegrass found in wheatfields)  :: joio {m}
darning needle {n} (damselfly) SEE: damselfly  ::
dart {n} (sharp-pointed missile weapon)  :: dardo {m}
dart {n} (game)  :: dardo {m}
dart {n} (zoology: fish) SEE: dace  ::
dash {n} (typographic symbol)  :: travessão {m}
dash {n} (Morse code symbol)  :: traço {m}
dash {n} (short run)  :: corridinha {f}
dash {v} (to dishearten)  :: frustrar
dash {n} (dashboard) SEE: dashboard  ::
dashboard {n} (panel under the windscreen of a motor car or aircraft)  :: painel {m}, painel de bordo {m}
dasheen {n} (cocoyam) SEE: cocoyam  ::
data {n} (information)  :: dados {p}
data processing {n} (operations on data)  :: processamento de dados {m}
data set {n} (set of data to analyze)  :: conjunto de dados {m}
data structure {n} (organization of data)  :: estrutura de dados {f}
data type {n} (classification or category of data)  :: tipo de dado {m}
databank {n} (database) SEE: database  ::
database {n} (collection of information)  :: banco de dados {m}, base de dados {f}
database {n} (software program)  :: base de dados {f}
database administrator {n} (database administrator)  :: administrador de banco de dados {m}
date {n} (fruit of the date palm)  :: tâmara {f}
date {n} (that which specifies the time of writing, inscription etc.)  :: data {f}
date {n} (point of time at which a transaction or event takes place)  :: data {f}
date {n} (point in time)  :: data {f}
date {n} (assigned end; conclusion)  :: fim {m}
date {n} (obsolete: given or assigned length of life)  :: validade {f}
date {n} (pre-arranged social meeting)  :: encontro {m} [romantic meeting]
date {n} (companion when one is partaking in a social occasion)  :: acompanhante {m} {f}
date {n} (meeting with a lover or potential lover; a person so met)  :: encontro {m}
date {v} (to note the time of writing or executing)  :: datar
date {v} (to note or fix the time of, as of an event)  :: marcar
date {v} (to determine the age of something)  :: datar
date {v} (to take (someone) on a series of dates)  :: sair
date {v} (to become old)  :: envelhecer
date {v} (to begin)  :: datar
date {n} (date palm) SEE: date palm  ::
date of birth {n} (birthday) SEE: birthday  ::
date of birth {n} (date and year when something was born)  :: data de nascimento {f}
date palm {n} (Phoenix dactylifera)  :: tamareira {f}
date rape drug {n} (drug to assist rape)  :: boa noite Cinderela {m}
date tree {n} (date palm) SEE: date palm  ::
dated {adj} (marked with a date)  :: datado {m}
dated {adj} (out of date)  :: datado {m}
dated {adj} (anachronistic)  :: datado {m}, obsoleto
dated {adj} (no longer fashionable)  :: datado {m}, antiquado {m}
dative {adj} (grammar: noting the case of noun which expresses indirect object)  :: dativo
dative {adj} (given by a judge)  :: dativo
dative {n} (dative case) SEE: dative case  ::
dative case {n} (case used to express direction towards an indirect object)  :: caso dativo {m}, dativo {m}
datum {v} (single piece of information)  :: dado {m}
daub {v} (to apply something in hasty or crude strokes)  :: borrar
daughter {n} (female offspring)  :: filha {f}
daughter-in-law {n} (wife of one's child)  :: nora {f}
daughterling {n} (a daughter)  :: filhinha {f}
daunt {v} (to discourage)  :: desencorajar, desaconselhar
dauphin {n} (eldest son of king of France)  :: dauphin {m}, delfim {m}
davit {n} (crane to sling a lifeboat, maintenance trapeze etc)  :: serviola {f}, turco {m}
daw {n} (Coloeus monedula) SEE: jackdaw  ::
daw {v} (dawn) SEE: dawn  ::
dawg {n} (slang: dude, bud, pal)  :: bicho [slang], mano [slang]
dawn {v} (to begin to brighten with daylight)  :: amanhecer
dawn {v} (to start to appear, to be realized)  :: aparecer, nascer
dawn {n} (morning twilight period)  :: alvorecer, alvorada, amanhecer, aurora
dawn {n} (rising of the sun)  :: amanhecer
dawn {n} (time)  :: aurora
dawn {n} (beginning)  :: começo
dawn prayer {n} (fajr) SEE: fajr  ::
day {n} (period of 24 hours)  :: dia {m}
day {n} (period from midnight to the following midnight)  :: dia {m}
day {n} (rotational period of a planet)  :: dia {m}
day {n} (part of a day period which one spends at one’s job, school, etc.)  :: dia {m}
day {n} (period between sunrise and sunset)  :: dia {m}
day after {n} (next day)  :: dia seguinte {m}
day after tomorrow {n} (day after tomorrow - translation entry)  :: dia depois de amanhã {m}
day after tomorrow {adv} (on the day after tomorrow - translation entry)  :: depois de amanhã
day and night {adv} (all the time)  :: dia e noite
day before yesterday {n} (day before yesterday - translation entry)  :: dia antes de ontem {m}, anteontem {m}
day before yesterday {adv} (on the day before yesterday - translation entry)  :: anteontem
day in, day out {adv} (day in, day out)  :: todo dia
day laborer {n} (laborer who is paid one day at a time)  :: jornaleiro {m}, jornaleira {f}, maltês {m}, maltesa {f}
day lark {n} (early bird) SEE: early bird  ::
day off {n} (a day of vacation etc.)  :: dia de férias {m}
daybook {n} (A daily chronicle; a diary) SEE: diary  ::
daybook {n} (A logbook) SEE: logbook  ::
daybreak {n} (dawn)  :: amanhecer {m}, raiar do sol {m}, nascer do sol {m}, aurora {f}
daydream {n} (a spontaneous and fanciful series of thoughts)  :: sonho acordado {m}
daydream {v} (to have such a series of thoughts)  :: sonhar acordado, pensar na morte da bezerra
daydreamer {n} (one who daydreams)  :: sonhador {m}, sonhadora {f}, nefelibata {m} {f}, nefelíbata {m} {f}
daylight {n} (light from the Sun)  :: luz do dia/sol {f}
daylight {n} (period of time between sunrise and sunset)  :: dia {m}
daylight {n} (daybreak) SEE: daybreak  ::
daylight robbery {n} (The asking of an excessive or exorbitant price)  :: facada {f}, roubo {m}
daylight saving time {n} (an adjustment of the official time during summer)  :: horário de verão {m}
daylight savings time {n} (daylight saving time) SEE: daylight saving time  ::
days {n} (plural of days)  :: dias {m}
days {n} ((idiomatic) life)  :: vida {f}, dia-a-dia {m}
daytime {n} (the time of daylight)  :: dia {m}
daze {n} (the state of being dazed)  :: aturdimento {m}
daze {v} (to stun or stupefy)  :: ofuscar, aturdir, atordoar
dazzle {v} (confuse the sight)  :: ofuscar
dazzle {v} (figuratively)  :: ofuscar
décolletage {n} (low neckline)  :: decote {m}
de jure {adj} (by right)  :: de jure
de novo {adv} (anew) SEE: anew  ::
deacon {n} (a designated minister of charity in the early Church)  :: diácono {m}
deacon {n} (a clergyman ranked directly below a priest)  :: diácono {m}
deacon {n} (lay leader of a Protestant congregation)  :: diácono {m}
deaconess {n} (female deacon)  :: diaconisa {f}
deactivate {v} (to make something inactive or no longer effective)  :: desactivar
dead {adj} (no longer alive)  :: morto
dead {adj} (idiomatic: hated)  :: morto
dead {adj} (experiencing pins and needles)  :: dormente
dead {n} (those who have died)  :: mortos {m-p}
dead end {n} (street or path that goes nowhere)  :: beco sem saída {m}, rua sem saída {f}, cul-de-sac {m}
dead end {n} (position that offers no hope of progress)  :: impasse {m}
dead language {n} (language with no native speakers)  :: língua morta {f}
dead men tell no tales {proverb} (a dead person can no longer reveal information)  :: mortos não falam
dead of night {n} (middle of the night)  :: noite morta {f}
dead reckoning {n} (method of estimating the position of a ship or aircraft)  :: navegação estimada {f}
dead-end {n} (position) SEE: impasse  ::
dead-end {n} (road with no exit) SEE: dead end  ::
deadline {n} (date on or before which something must be completed)  :: prazo {m}
deadlock {n} (standstill)  :: impasse {m}
deadlock {n} (computing)  :: deadlock {m}
deadly {adj} (lethal)  :: mortal, fatal, letal, mortífero, fatífero
deadly nightshade {n} (deadly nightshade; Atropa belladonna)  :: beladona {f}
deadly sin {n} (any of the seven deadly sins)  :: pecado capital {m}
deadpan {adj} (deliberately impassive or expressionless (as a face or look))  :: inexpressivo
deaf {adj} (unable to hear)  :: surdo
deaf {n} (deaf people considered as a group)  :: surdos {m-p}
deaf aid {n} (hearing aid) SEE: hearing aid  ::
deafen {v} (to make deaf)  :: ensurdecer
deafening {adj} (loud enough to cause hearing loss)  :: ensurdecedor
deaf-mute {adj} (unable to hear or speak)  :: surdo-mudo
deaf-mute {n} (person who is unable to hear or speak)  :: surdo-mudo {m}
deafness {n} (condition of being deaf)  :: surdez {f}
deal {n} (division, share)  :: porção {f}, parte {f}
deal {n} (large number or amount or extent)  :: porção {f}
deal {v} (to give out as one’s portion or share)  :: dividir, repartir
deal {v} (to administer in portions)  :: lidar
deal {v} (to distribute (cards))  :: dar
deal {v} (to have dealings or business)  :: lidar
deal {v} (to trade)  :: trabalhar
deal {v} (to sell (illicit drugs))  :: traficar
deal {v} (to be concerned with)  :: lidar
deal {v} (to handle, manage)  :: lidar
deal {n} (distribution of cards)  :: mão {f}
deal {n} (instance of buying or selling)  :: transação {f}
deal {n} (agreement, arrangement)  :: acordo {m}
deal with {v} (take action with respect to (someone or something))  :: lidar
dealer {n} (one who deals in things, e.g. automobiles)  :: negociante {m} {f}
dealer {n} (one who peddles illicit drugs, especially to teenagers)  :: traficante {m} {f}
dealer {n} (the person who deals the cards in a card game)  :: distribuidor {m}
dealership {n} (a place that sells items, especially cars)  :: concessionária {f}
dean {n} (senior official in college or university)  :: reitor
dean {n} (church dignitary)  :: deão {m}, decano {m}
dear {adj} (loved; lovable)  :: querido, caro
dear {adj} (precious to or greatly valued by someone)  :: caro
dear {adj} (high in price; expensive)  :: caro
dear {adj} (formal way of addressing)  :: prezado, caro
dear {adj} (an informal way of addressing the recipient in a letter's opening line)  :: querido, caro
dear {adj} (a formal way to start (often after my) addressing somebody one likes or regards kindly)  :: querido
dear {n} (beloved#noun) SEE: beloved  ::
dear {adj} (sore) SEE: sore  ::
dear me {interj} (good heavens) SEE: good heavens  ::
dearly {adv} (in a dear manner)  :: caramente
dearth {n} (period when food is rare)  :: escassez {f}
dearth {n} (scarcity)  :: falta {f}
death {n} (cessation of life)  :: morte {f}, falecimento
death {n} (personification of death)  :: morte {f}
death {n} (Tarot)  :: Morte {f}, arcano sem nome {m}
death camp {n} (facility)  :: campo de extermínio {m}
death certificate {n} (document)  :: atestado de óbito {m}
death erection {n} (post-mortem priapism)  :: ereção post mortem {f}
death penalty {n} (state punishment of death)  :: pena de morte {f}
death sentence {n} (sentence)  :: pena de morte {f}
death warrant {n} (warrant that authorizes capital punishment)  :: sentença de morte {f}
death wish {n} (desire for the death of oneself or of someone else)  :: pulsão de morte {f}
deathbed {n} (the bed on which someone dies)  :: leito de morte {m}
deathlike {adj} (deadly) SEE: deadly  ::
deathlore {n} (study of human aspects of death)  :: tanatologia {f}
death's-head {n} (a human skull, as symbol of death)  :: caveira {f}
debacle {n} (event or enterprise that ends suddenly and disastrously)  :: fiasco {m}
debar {v} (To exclude or shut out; to bar)  :: barrar, excluir
debark {v} (to disembark) SEE: disembark  ::
debase {v} (lower in character, etc)  :: rebaixar
debate {n} (argument, or discussion, usually in an ordered or formal setting)  :: debate {m}
debate {n} (informal and spirited but generally civil discussion of opposing views)  :: debate {m}
debate {n} (discussion of opposing views)  :: debate {m}, discussão {f}
debate {v} (participate in a debate)  :: debater
debauch {n} (orgy) SEE: orgy  ::
debauched {adj} (corrupted, immoral)  :: degenerado {m}, depravado {m}, libertino {m}
debauchery {n} (debauchery)  :: libertinagem {f}, baixaria {f}, deboche {m}
debit {n} (sum of money taken out of a bank account)  :: débito
debit card {n} (card taking money directly from the bank account)  :: cartão de débito {m}
de-bourgeoisify {v} (to remove the bourgeois characteristics from)  :: desaburguesar, desburguesar
debris {n} (rubble, wreckage, scattered remains of something destroyed)  :: destroços {m-p}, detritos {m-p}
debris {n} (litter and discarded refuse)  :: lixo {m}, restos {m-p}
debris {n} (ruins of a broken-down structure)  :: ruínas {f-p}, escombros {m-p}
debris {n} (large rock fragments left by a melting glacier etc.)  :: moreia {f}, morena {f}
debt {n} (action, state of mind, or object one has an obligation to perform for another)  :: dívida {f}, débito {m}
debt {n} (state or condition of owing something to another)  :: dívida {f}, débito {m}
debt {n} (money that one person or entity owes or is required to pay to another)  :: dívida {f}, débito {m}
debt relief {n} (forgiveness of debt)  :: remissão {f}, anulação da dívida {f}
debtor {n} (a person or firm that owes money)  :: devedor {m}, devedora {f}
debug {v} (to search for malfunctioning elements)  :: depurar, debugar
debugger {n} (computer program)  :: debugger {m}, depurador {m}
debunk {v} (to discredit or expose the falsehood of something)  :: desacreditar
debut {n} (a performer's first-time performance to the public)  :: lançamento {m}, estreia {f}
debut {v} (to formally introduce, as to the public)  :: debutar, estreiar
debut {v} (to make one's initial formal appearance)  :: ser lançado, estreiar
decade {n} (a period of ten years)  :: década {f}, decênio {m}
decade {n} (a series of ten things)  :: dezena {f}
decadence {n} (state of moral or artistic decline or deterioration)  :: decadência {f}
decagon {n} (polygon with ten sides)  :: decágono {m}
decahedron {n} (polyhedron with ten faces)  :: decaedro {m}
decalin {n} (decahydronaphthalene)  :: decalina {f}
decalogy {n} (A set of ten works of art that are connected)  :: decalogia {f}
decameter {n} (decametre) SEE: decametre  ::
decametre {n} (the length of 10 metres)  :: decâmetro {m}
decane {n} (decane)  :: decano {m}
decannulate {v} (to remove a cannula from the atrium or aorta)  :: descanular
decannulation {n} (removal of a cannula)  :: decanulação {f}, descanulação {f}
decapitate {v} (remove the head of) SEE: behead  ::
decapitation {n} (beheading)  :: decapitação {f}
decapitator {n} (beheader) SEE: beheader  ::
decathlon {n} (athletic contest)  :: decatlo {m}
decay {n} (process or result of being gradually decomposed)  :: deterioração {f}, apodrecimento {m}, putrefação {f}, decomposição {f}
decay {v} (to deteriorate)  :: decompor-se, deteriorar
decay {v} (to rot)  :: apodrecer, estragar, putrefazer
decease {n} (departure, especially departure from this life; death)  :: falecimento
decease {v} (to die)  :: falecer
deceased {adj} (no longer alive)  :: falecido, morto
deceased {n} (dead person)  :: falecido {m}
deceased {n} (plural: dead people)  :: falecidos {p}, mortos {p}
deceit {n} (act or behavior intended to deceive)  :: velhacaria {f}, fraude {f}
deceit {n} (act or fact of deceiving)  :: logro {m}
deceitful {adj} (deliberately misleading or cheating)  :: enganador {m}, trapaceiro {m}
deceive {v} (trick or mislead)  :: enganar
deceiver {n} (person who lies or deceives)  :: enganador {m}, enganadora {f}
deceleration {n} (the act or process of decelerating)  :: desaceleração {f}
deceleration {n} (amount by which a speed or velocity decreases)  :: desaceleração {f}
decency {n} (quality of being decent)  :: decência {f}
decent {adj} (showing integrity, fairness, moral uprightness)  :: decente
decent {adj} (sufficiently clothed)  :: decente
decent {adj} (fair; good enough; okay)  :: razoável, decente
decent {adj} (significant; substantial)  :: razoável
deception {n} (instance of actions fabricated to mislead)  :: enganação {f}, engano {m}, logro {m}
deceptive {adj} (misleading, attempting to deceive)  :: enganoso, enganador {m}
deceptively {adv} (in a deceptive manner)  :: enganosamente {n}
deci- {prefix} (10-1)  :: deci-
decibel {n} (a common measure of sound intensity)  :: decibel {m}
decide {v} (to resolve or settle)  :: decidir
decide {v} (give judgement)  :: decidir
decidedly {adv} (in a decided manner)  :: decididamente
decidedly {adv} (in a manner which leaves no question)  :: decididamente, definitivamente
decidua {n} (a mucous membrane that lines the uterus)  :: decídua {f}
deciduous {adj} (describing a part that falls off, or is shed)  :: decíduo, caduco
deciduous {adj} (of or pertaining to trees which lose their leaves in winter or the dry season)  :: decíduo, caduco, caducifólio
deciduous {adj} (transitory, ephemeral, not lasting)  :: efêmero, transitório {m}
deciduous tooth {n} (baby tooth) SEE: milk tooth  ::
decigram {n} (metric measurement)  :: decigrama {m}
deciliter {n} (decilitre) SEE: decilitre  ::
decilitre {n} (a unit of volume, decilitre)  :: decilitro {m}
decimal {n} (number system)  :: decimal
decimal {adj} (concerning numbers expressed in decimal or calculations using decimal)  :: decimal
decimal {n} (number expressed in this system) SEE: decimal number  ::
decimal {n} (decimal place) SEE: decimal place  ::
decimal number {n} (number expressed in the decimal system)  :: decimal {m}
decimal place {n} (position of digit to the right of the decimal point)  :: casa decimal {f}
decimal point {n} (the point used in English mathematics)  :: ponto {m}
decimal point {n} (the decimal mark symbol, characteristic to the native tongue)  :: vírgula {f}
decimal point {n} (decimal place) SEE: decimal place  ::
decimal system {n} (numerical system of counting in tens)  :: sistema decimal {m}
decimate {v} (Roman history: to kill one out of ten men)  :: dizimar
decimate {v} (to severely reduce)  :: dizimar
decimate {v} (to collect or pay a tithe) SEE: tithe  ::
decimeter {n} (decimetre) SEE: decimetre  ::
decimetre {n} (one-tenth of a metre)  :: decímetro {m}
decipher {v} (to decode or decrypt a code or cipher)  :: decifrar
decipher {v} (to find a solution)  :: decifrar, resolver
decision {n} (choice or judgement)  :: decisão {f}
decision {n} (firmness of conviction)  :: decisão {f}
decision {n} (result arrived at by the judges)  :: decisão {f}, julgamento {m}, veredito {m}, sentença {f}
decision making {n} (process of reaching a decision)  :: tomada de decisão {f}
decision-making {n} (alternative form of decision making) SEE: decision making  ::
decisive {adj} (having the power or quality of deciding a question or controversy)  :: decisivo {m}
decisive {adj} (marked by promptness and decision)  :: decidido
deck {n} (pack of playing cards)  :: baralho {m}
deck {n} (floorlike covering on a ship)  :: convés {m}, deque {m}, deck {m}
deck {v} (decorate) SEE: decorate  ::
deck chair {n} (a folding chair with a wooden frame)  :: cadeira de praia {f}
deck out {v} (decorate) SEE: decorate  ::
declaration {n} (written or oral indication of a fact, opinion, or belief)  :: declaração {f}
declaration {n} (list of items for various legal purposes)  :: declaração {f}
declaration {n} (act or process of declaring)  :: declaração {f}
declare {v} (to make a declaration)  :: declarar
declare {v} (to announce one's support, choice, opinion, etc)  :: declarar
declare {v} (to announce something formally or officially)  :: declarar
declare {v} (to affirm or state something emphatically)  :: declarar
declare war {v} (initiate a state of war)  :: declarar guerra
declension {n} (act)  :: declinação {f}
declension {n} (way of categorizing)  :: declinação {f}
declensional {adj} (pertaining to declension)  :: declinativo
declination {n} (declension) SEE: declension  ::
decline {n} (downward movement, fall)  :: declínio {m}
decline {n} (sloping downward)  :: declive {m}
decline {n} (weakening)  :: declínio {m}
decline {v} (move downwards)  :: declinar
decline {v} (weaken)  :: declinar
decline {v} (refuse)  :: declinar, recusar
decline {v} (inflect)  :: declinar
decollate {v} (behead) SEE: behead  ::
decolonization {n} (freeing of a colony from dependent status)  :: descolonização {f}
decolonize {v} (to release from the status of colony)  :: descolonizar
decompose {v} (to separate)  :: decompor, descompor
decompose {v} (to decay)  :: decompor
decomposition {n} (biological process)  :: decomposição {f}
decomposition {n} (act of taking something apart)  :: decomposição {f}
decomposition {n} (splitting into constituent parts)  :: decomposição {f}
decongestant {n} (drug that relieves congestion)  :: descongestionante {m}
deconstruction {n} (a philosophical theory of textual criticism)  :: desconstrucionismo {m}, desconstrução {f}
decontamination {n} (process of removing contamination)  :: descontaminação {f}
decor {n} (decoration)  :: decoração {f}
decorate {v} (to furnish with decorations)  :: decorar
decorate {v} (to improve the appearance of a house, room, office and so forth)  :: decorar
decoration {n} (act of adorning)  :: decoração {f}
decoration {n} (that which adorns)  :: decoração {f}
decoration {n} (any mark of honor to be worn upon the person)  :: condecoração {f}
decorative {adj} (that serves to decorate)  :: decorativo
decorum {n} (appropriate social behavior; propriety)  :: decoro
decoy {n} (person or object meant to lure something to danger)  :: chamariz {m}
decoy {n} (animal used by hunters to lure game)  :: chamariz {m}
decrease {v} (become smaller)  :: diminuir, reduzir
decrease {v} (make smaller)  :: diminuir, reduzir
decrease {n} (amount of decrease)  :: redução {f}, diminuição {f}
decree {n} (edict or law)  :: decreto {m}
decree {n} (judicial decision)  :: decreto {m}
decree {v} (to command by a decree)  :: decretar
decrepit {adj} (weakened or worn out)  :: decrépito
decrepitude {n} (the state of being decrepit)  :: decrepitude {f}
decriminalization {n} (making something no longer illegal)  :: descriminalização {f}, legalização {f}
decrypt {v} (to convert to plain text)  :: desencriptar
dectuple {adj} (tenfold) SEE: tenfold  ::
dectuple {v} (tenfold) SEE: tenfold  ::
decubitus {n} (posture)  :: decúbito {m}
decubitus {n} (bedsore) SEE: bedsore  ::
decuple {adj} (tenfold) SEE: tenfold  ::
decuple {v} (tenfold) SEE: tenfold  ::
dedicate {v} (to set apart for a deity or for religious purposes; consecrate)  :: dedicar
dedicate {v} (to set apart for a special use)  :: dedicar
dedicate {v} (to commit (oneself) to a particular course of thought or action)  :: dedicar
dedicate {v} (to address or inscribe (a literary work, for example) to another as a mark of respect or affection)  :: dedicar
dedicate {v} (to open (a building, for example) to public use)  :: inaugurar
dedicate {v} (to show to the public for the first time)  :: inaugurar
dedicated {adj} (devoted, loyal, conscientious)  :: dedicado
dedication {n} (note prefixed to a work of art)  :: dedicatória
deduce {v} (reach conclusion by logic)  :: deduzir
deductible {n} (excess) SEE: excess  ::
deduction {n} (that which is subtracted or removed)  :: dedução {f}
deduction {n} (sum that can be removed from tax calculations)  :: dedução {f}
deduction {n} (process of reasoning)  :: dedução {f}
deduction {n} (conclusion)  :: dedução {f}
dee {n} (name of the letter D, d)  :: {m}
deed {n} (action)  :: ação {f}, feito {m}
deed {n} (legal contract)  :: ato {m}, contrato {m}
deem {v} (to evaluate according to one's beliefs)  :: considerar, estimar
deem {v} (to hold as a personal opinion)  :: considerar
deep {adj} (having its bottom far down)  :: fundo {m}, profundo {m}
deep {adj} (profound)  :: profundo
deep {adj} (seriously or to a significant extent, not superficial)  :: afundado
deep {adj} (in extent in a direction away from the observer)  :: de fundo
deep {adj} (thick in a vertical direction)  :: espesso
deep {adj} (voluminous)  :: fundo
deep {adj} (of a sound or voice, low in pitch)  :: grave
deep {adj} (of a color, dark and highly saturated)  :: profundo
deep {adj} (a long way inward)  :: profundo
deep {adj} (difficult to awake)  :: profundo
deep {adj} (right into one's mind)  :: penetrante
deep {adv} (deeply)  :: profundamente, fundo
deep {n} ((literary) part of a lake, sea, etc)  :: profundezas {f-p}, pego {m}
deep {n} (the sea, the ocean)  :: oceano {m}, mar {m}, pego {m}
deep freeze {n} (freezer) SEE: freezer  ::
deep fryer {n} (vessel for deep frying)  :: fritadeira {f}
deep sea {n} (open sea) SEE: open sea  ::
deep water {n} (difficult or embarrassing situation)  :: aperto {m}, maus lençóis {m-p}
deep-fat fryer {n} (heated vessel for frying food by immersing in hot fat or oil) SEE: deep fryer  ::
deer {n} (animal of the family Cervidae)  :: veado {m}, cervo {m}
deer {n} (meat from the animal) SEE: venison  ::
deer meat {n} (venison) SEE: venison  ::
deer mouse {n} (Peromyscus)  :: rato-veadeiro {m}
defamation {n} (act of injuring another's reputation by any slanderous communication)  :: difamação {f}
defamatory {adj} (damaging to someone's reputation)  :: difamador, difamatório
defame {v} (to harm, to diminish the reputation of)  :: difamar
defame {v} (to disgrace, bring into disrepute)  :: difamar
default {n} ((finance) condition of failing to meet an obligation)  :: inadimplência
default {n} ((electronics, computing) original settings)  :: configuração inicial {f}, default {m}
default {n} (value used when none has been given.)  :: default {m}, valor predefinido, valor padrão
defeat {v} (to overcome in battle or contest)  :: derrotar, vencer
defeat {n} (the act of defeating or being defeated)  :: derrota {f}, vencimento {m}
defeatism {n} (acceptance of defeat without struggle)  :: derrotismo {m}
defecate {v} (expel feces from one's bowels)  :: defecar
defect {n} (fault or malfunction)  :: defeito {m}
defect {v} (to abandon; to change one's loyalty)  :: trair, desertar
defective {adj} (having one or more defects)  :: defeituoso
defective {adj} (having only some forms)  :: defectivo
defector {n} (one who defects)  :: desertor {m}, trânsfuga {m} {f}
defence {n} (defence) SEE: defense  ::
defenceless {adj} (defenceless) SEE: defenseless  ::
defend {v} (ward off attacks from)  :: defender, proteger
defendant {n} (person prosecuted or sued)  :: réu {m}, {f}; acusado {m}, acusada {f}
defender {n} (someone who defends)  :: defensor {m}
defender {n} (a fighter)  :: defensor {m}
defender {n} (sports term)  :: zagueiro {m}, beque {m}
defenestrate {v} (eject from a window)  :: defenestrar
defenestration {n} (act of throwing out a window)  :: defenestração {f}
defense {n} (action of protecting from attack)  :: defesa {f}
defense {n} (anything employed to oppose attack)  :: defesa {f}, escudo {m}
defense {n} (argument in support or justification of something)  :: defesa {f}
defenseless {adj} (lacking any form of defense; vulnerable; open to attack)  :: indefeso, indefenso
defensible {adj} (capable of being defended)  :: defensável
defensible {adj} (capable of being justified)  :: defensável
defensive {n} (means, attitude or position)  :: defensiva {f}
defensive midfielder {n} (midfield player)  :: volante {m}
defensive programming {n}  :: programação defensiva {f}
defer {v} ((transitive) to delay)  :: adiar, pospor
defer {v} (to submit to the opinion or desire of another)  :: deferir
deference {n} (great respect)  :: deferência {f}
deference {n} (the willingness to carry out the wishes of others)  :: deferência {f}
defiance {n} (the feeling of being defiant)  :: desafio {m}
defiant {adj} (defying)  :: desafiador {m}
defiant {adj} (boldly resisting opposition)  :: oposição {f} corajosa
defibrillator {n} (device)  :: desfibrilador {m}
deficiency {n} (inadequacy or incompleteness)  :: deficiência {f}
deficiency {n} (Insufficiency)  :: deficiência {f}
deficient {adj} (lacking something essential)  :: deficiente
deficit {n} (situation wherein spending exceeds government revenue)  :: déficit
deficit {n} (deficiency) SEE: deficiency  ::
defile {v} (to make impure or dirty)  :: conspurcar
define {v} (to determine)  :: definir
define {v} (express the essential nature of)  :: definir
define {v} (state meaning of)  :: definir
defined {adj} (having a definition or value)  :: definido
definite article {n} (article introducing a noun and specifying it as the particular noun considered)  :: artigo definido {m}
definitely {adv} (without question and beyond doubt)  :: definitivamente
definition {n} (statement of the meaning of a word or word group or a sign or symbol)  :: definição {f}
definition {n} (statement expressing the essential nature of something)  :: definição {f}
definition {n} (action or process of defining)  :: definição {f}
definition {n} (act of defining)  :: definição {f}
definition {n} (product of defining)  :: definição {f}
definition {n} (action or power of describing, explaining, or making definite)  :: descritibilidade {f}
definition {n} (clarity of visual presentation, distinctness of outline or detail)  :: definição {f}, nitidez {f}
definition {n} (clarity, especially of musical sound in reproduction)  :: clareza {f}
definition {n} (sharp demarcation of outlines or limits)  :: delineação {f}
definitional {adj}  :: definicional
deflate {v} (reduction, usually in volume)  :: desinflar, murchar, esvaziar
deflation {n} (decrease in the general price level)  :: deflação {f}
defloration {n} (the act of deflowering)  :: desfloração {f}, desfloramento {m}
deflower {v} (to take the virginity of a woman or girl)  :: deflorar, desvirginar
deforestation {n} (process of destroying a forest)  :: desmatamento {m}, desflorestamento {m}
deform {v} (to spoil the form of)  :: deformar
deform {v} (to spoil the looks of; to disfigure)  :: deformar
deformity {n} (The state of being deformed)  :: deformidade {f}
deformity {n} (Something which is deformed)  :: deformidade {f}
defragment {v} ((computing) to run a process to make file fragments on a hard disk contiguous)  :: desfragmentar
defraud {v} (to obtain money or property by fraud)  :: defraudar
defrost {v} (to remove frost from)  :: descongelar
defrost {v} (to thaw)  :: degelar
deft {adj} (skillful)  :: hábil, habilidoso
defunct {adj} (deceased)  :: defunto
defy {v} (To renounce or dissolve all bonds)  :: renunciar
defy {v} (to challenge (someone) to do something difficult)  :: desafiar
defy {v} (to provoke to combat or strife)  :: desafiar
defy {n} (challenge) SEE: challenge  ::
degenerate {adj} (having deteriorated, degraded or fallen from normal)  :: degenerado
degenerate {adj} (having lost good or desirable qualities)  :: degenerado
degenerate {n} (one is degenerate, who has fallen from previous stature)  :: degenerado {m}
degenerate {v} (to lose good or desirable qualities)  :: degenerar
degenerate {v} (to cause lose good or desirable qualities)  :: degenerar
degeneration {n} (process or state of growing worse)  :: degeneração {f}
degeneration {n} (condition of a tissue or an organ in which its vitality has become diminished)  :: degeneração {f}
degeneration {n} (gradual deterioration, from natural causes, of any class of animals or plants)  :: degeneração {f}
deglaze {v} ((transitive) to detach small pieces of cooked food from a pan)  :: deglaçar
degradable {adj} (that which can be degraded)  :: degradável
degradation {n} (state of being reduced in rank, character, or reputation)  :: declínio
degradation {n} (diminution or reduction of strength, efficacy, or value; degeneration; deterioration)  :: degeneração, deterioração
degrade {v} (to lower in value or social position)  :: degradar
degrade {v} (to reduce in quality or purity)  :: degradar
degrade {v} (to reduce in altitude or magnitude, as hills and mountains; to wear down)  :: erodir, desgastar
degree {n} (in geometry: unit of angle)  :: grau {m}
degree {n} (unit of temperature)  :: grau {m}
degree {n} (amount, proportion, extent)  :: grau {m}
degree {n} (academic award)  :: diploma {m}, graduação
degree {n} (in graph theory: the number of edges that a vertex takes part in)  :: grau {m}
degree Celsius {n} (unit of temperature)  :: grau celsius {m}
degrowth {n} (negative growth)  :: decrescimento
degustation {n} (tasting) SEE: tasting  ::
dehiscence {n} ((botany) opening of an organ by its own means)  :: deiscência {f}
dehydrate {v} (to lose or remove water)  :: desidratar
dehydration {n} (act or process of freeing from water)  :: desidratação {f}
deicide {n} (killing)  :: deicídio {m}
deicide {n} (killer)  :: deicida {m} {f}
deification {n} (Act of deifying)  :: deificação {f}, endeusamento {m}
deify {v} (to make a god of)  :: deificar, endeusar, divinizar
deign {v} ((intransitive) to condescend)  :: dignar-se a
deism {n} (belief)  :: deísmo {m}
deist {n} (person who believes in deism)  :: deísta {f}
deity {n} (essential nature of a god, divinity)  :: divindade {f}, deidade
deity {n} (a powerful entity that possesses numerous miraculous powers)  :: deus {m}, deusa {f}, divindade {f}
deixis {n} (reference relying on context)  :: dêixis {f}
dejected {adj} (sad and dispirited)  :: abatido
dejection {n} (a state of melancholy or depression)  :: dejeção {f}, desânimo {m}
dekulakization {n} (Soviet repression of the kulaks)  :: deskulakização {f}
delative case {n} (case used to indicate movement from an object)  :: caso delativo {m}
delay {n} (period of time before an event occurs)  :: atraso, demora {f}, mora {f}, espera
delay {v} (put off until a later time)  :: atrasar, adiar, protelar, postergar, retardar
delegate {n} (deputy, envoy, representative)  :: delegado {m}, delegada {f}
delegation {n} (a group of delegates)  :: delegação {f}
delete {v} (to delete) SEE: strike  ::
delete {v} (to remove)  :: apagar, excluir, deletar [computer files]
deleterious {adj} (harmful)  :: deletério
deletion {n} (an item that has been or will be deleted)  :: deletado {m}
deletion {n} (the act of deleting)  :: exclusão {f}, deleção {f}, deletamento {m}
deletion {n} (mutation in which a gene, or other section of DNA, is removed from a chromosome)  :: deleção {f}
deliberate {adj} (intentional)  :: intencional, proposital, de propósito, deliberado
deliberate {adj} (of a person, carefully considering the probable consequences of a step)  :: deliberado
deliberate {adj} (carefully considered)  :: deliberado
deliberate {adj} (not hasty or sudden)  :: calculado
deliberate {v} (consider carefully)  :: deliberar
deliberately {adv} (intentionally)  :: deliberadamente
deliberately {adv} (slowly and carefully)  :: deliberadamente
deliberation {n} (the act of deliberating, or of weighing and examining the reasons for and against a choice or measure)  :: deliberação {f}
deliberation {n} (careful discussion and examination of the reasons for and against a measure)  :: deliberação {f}
delicacy {n} (quality of being delicate)  :: delicadeza {f}
delicacy {n} (something appealing, especially a pleasing food)  :: iguaria, guloseima
delicacy {n} (elegance of construction or appearance)  :: fineza
delicacy {n} (refinement in taste)  :: refinamento, fineza
delicateness {n} (the characteristic of being delicate)  :: delicadeza {f}
delicatessen {n} (shop selling prepared foods)  :: delicatessen {f}
delicious {adj} (pleasing to taste)  :: delicioso {m}, saboroso, gostoso, apetitoso
deliciously {adv} (delicious manner)  :: deliciosamente
deliciousness {n} (state or quality of being delicious)  :: deliciosidade {f}
delight {n} (joy, pleasure)  :: deleite
delight {v} (to give pleasure to)  :: deliciar, encantar
delimiter {n} (that which delimits)  :: delimitador {m}
delineation {n} (an image of the outline of an object)  :: esboço {m}
delinquency {n} (misconduct)  :: delinquência {f}
delinquency {n} (a criminal offense)  :: delinquência {f}
delinquent {n} (one who breaks the law)  :: delinquente {m} {f}
delirious {adj} (being in the state of delirium)  :: delirante
delirium {n} (mental state of confusion)  :: delírio {m}
deliver {v} (to set free)  :: libertar
deliver {v} (to assist in giving birth)  :: parir
deliver {v} (to give birth)  :: parir, dar à luz
deliver {v} (to bring or transport something to its destination)  :: entregar
deliver {v} (to hand over or surrender)  :: entregar
deliverance {n} (Act of delivering, the state of being delivered, or something delivered)  :: entrega {f}
deliverance {n} (Extrication from danger, imprisonment, etc.)  :: livramento {m}, resgate {m}
delivery {n} (act of conveying something)  :: entrega
delivery {n} (item which has been conveyed)  :: entrega {f}
delivery {n} (act of giving birth)  :: parto {m}
delivery {n} (pitching motion)  :: lançamento {m}
delivery {n} (administration of a drug)  :: administração {f}
deliveryman {n} (someone employed to make deliveries)  :: entregador {m}
dell {n} (valley) SEE: valley  ::
delouse {v} (to remove lice from)  :: despiolhar, espiolhar
delta {n} (fourth letter of modern Greek alphabet)  :: delta {m}
delta {n} (landform at the mouth of a river)  :: delta {m}
delta {n} (the letter "D" in phonetic alphabet)  :: {m}
deltoid {adj} (in the shape of Δ) SEE: triangular  ::
deluge {n} (a great flood)  :: dilúvio {m}
deluge {v} (to flood with water)  :: inundar
delusion {n} (act of deluding; deception; a misleading of the mind)  :: ilusão {f}
delusion {n} (state of being deluded or misled)  :: ilusão {f}, delusão {f}
delusion {n} (that which is falsely or delusively believed or propagated; false belief; error in belief)  :: delírio {m}
delusion of grandeur {n} (False belief that one is important or powerful)  :: delírio de grandeza {m}, megalomania {f}
delusional {adj} (Suffering from or characterized by delusions)  :: ilusório {m}, enganoso {m}, fantasioso {m}, enganador {m}, delirante {m}
deluxe {adj} (fine in quality)  :: de luxo
delve {v} (to dig in the ground)  :: cavar
demagogue {n} (orator)  :: demagogo
demand {n} (desire to purchase goods and services)  :: demanda, pedido {f}
demand {n} (economics: amount a consumer is willing to buy at a particular price)  :: demanda {f}
demand {n} (order)  :: solicitação, demanda {m}
demand {v} (to request forcefully)  :: demandar, exigir
demarcate {v} (mark the limits or boundaries of something)  :: demarcar, delimitar
demarcation {n} (act of marking off a boundary or setting a limit)  :: demarcação {f}
demarcation {n} (thus fixed limit)  :: demarcação {f}
demarcation {n} (strictly defined separation)  :: demarcação {f}
demeanor {n} (The outward way in which a person behaves)  :: comportamento {m}, conduta {f}
dementia {n} (progressive decline in cognitive function)  :: demência {f}
dementia {n} (madness or insanity)  :: demência {f}, insanidade {f}, loucura {f}
dementia pugilistica {n} (dementia associated with repeated concussions in boxers)  :: demência pugilística {f}
demigod {n} (a half-god or hero)  :: semideus {m}
demigod {n} (a lesser deity)  :: semideus {m}
demijohn {n} (bottle)  :: garrafão {m}
demilitarized zone {n} (area)  :: zona desmilitarizada {f}
demise {n} (death, see also: death)  :: morte
demisemiquaver {n} (music)  :: fusa {f}
demo {n} (a brief demonstration or visual explanation)  :: demonstração {f}
demobilize {v} (to release someone from military duty)  :: desmobilizar
demobilize {v} (to disband troops)  :: desmobilizar
democracy {n} (rule by the people)  :: democracia {f}
democracy {n} (government under the rule of its people)  :: democracia {f}
democrat {n} (supporter of democracy)  :: democrata {m} {f}
democratic {adj} (pertaining to democracy)  :: democrático
democratic socialism {n} (socialism based on democratic principles)  :: socialismo democrático {m}
democratically {adv} (in a democratic way)  :: democraticamente
democratization {n} (the introduction of democracy)  :: democratização {f}
democratize {v} (to make democratic)  :: democratizar
demographic {adj} (of or pertaining to demography)  :: demográfico
demographical {adj} (demographic) SEE: demographic  ::
demography {n} (study of human populations)  :: demografia {f}
demolish {v} (to destroy)  :: demolir
demolition {n} (the action of demolishing or destroying)  :: demolição {f}
demolition derby {n} (competition in which contestants crash cars)  :: corrida de demolição {f}
demon {n} (evil spirit)  :: demónio {m} [Portugal], demônio {m} [Brazil]
demon {n} (false god, Satanic divinity)  :: demónio {m} [Portugal], demônio {m} [Brazil]
demon {n} (inner spirit or genius)  :: demónio
demoniacal {adj} (of a demon, evil, devilish) SEE: demonic  ::
demonic {adj} (Pertaining to evil spirits)  :: demoníaco
demonisation {n} (demonization) SEE: demonization  ::
demonization {n} (the act of demonizing or something demonized)  :: demonização {f}
demonology {n} (study of demons)  :: demonologia {f}
demonstrate {v} (to display the method of using an object)  :: demonstrar
demonstrate {v} (to show the steps taken to create a logical argument or equation)  :: demonstrar
demonstration {n} (act)  :: demonstração {f}
demonstration {n} (event)  :: demonstração {f}
demonstration {n} (public display of opinion)  :: demonstração {f}, mostra {f}
demonstrative {n} (demonstrative pronoun) SEE: demonstrative pronoun  ::
demonstrative {adj} (that serves to demonstrate, show or prove)  :: demonstrativo, demonstrador, ilustrativo
demonstrative {adj} ((grammar) that specifies the thing or person referred to)  :: demonstrativo
demonstrative pronoun {n} (pronoun which replaces a noun)  :: pronome demonstrativo {m}
demonstrator {n} (forefinger) SEE: forefinger  ::
demonstrator {n} (a person involved in a demonstration)  :: manifestante {m} {f}
demonym {n} (name for an inhabitant or native of a specific place)  :: gentilício {m}, gentílico {m}
demotivate {v} (to decrease the motivation)  :: desmotivar
demotivation {n} (feeling or state of being demotivated)  :: desmotivação {f}
demotivator {n} (one who, or that which, demotivates)  :: desmotivador {m}
demure {adj} (modest, quiet, reserved)  :: reservado
demyelinate {v} (to remove the myelin sheath from a nerve)  :: desmielinizar
demyelinating {adj} (that promotes demyelination)  :: desmielinizante {f}
demyelination {n} (removal of the myelin sheath)  :: desmielinização {f}
demystify {v} (to explain)  :: desmistificar
den {n} (home of certain animals)  :: toca, cova
denarius {n} (silver coin)  :: denário {m}
dendrite {n} (projection of a nerve cell)  :: dendrito {m}
dendrite {n} (crystal)  :: dendrito {m}
dendrite {n} (hermit)  :: dendrita {m}
dendritic {adj} (of or possessing dendrites)  :: dendrítico
dendrochronology {n} (science of counting tree rings)  :: dendrocronologia {f}
dendrology {n} (the study of trees)  :: dendrologia {f}
dendron {n} (dendrite) SEE: dendrite  ::
dengue {n} (disease)  :: dengue {f}
dengue fever {n} (disease)  :: dengue {f}
denial {n} (negation in logic)  :: negação {f}
denial {n} (refusal to comply with a request)  :: negação {f}
denial {n} (assertion of untruth)  :: negação {f}
denialism {n} (position of those who reject propositions that are strongly supported by scientific or historical evidence)  :: negacionismo {m}
denialist {n} (one who denies an assertion in a controversial debate)  :: negacionista {m} {f}
denialist {adj} (relating to denial in a controversial debate)  :: negacionista {m} {f}
denigrate {v} (to criticise so as to besmirch)  :: denegrir
denigrate {v} (to treat as worthless)  :: denegrir
denigratory {adj} (tending to denigrate)  :: denigrante, denigrativo, denigratório
denim {n} (textile with diagonal pattern)  :: jeans {m}
denitrification {n} (process)  :: desnitrificação {f}
denizen {n} (an inhabitant of a place; one who dwells in)  :: morador {m}
denizen {n} (one who frequents a place)  :: frequentador {m}
denomination {n} (act of naming, designation)  :: denominação {f}
denomination {n} (name, designation, or title)  :: denominação {f}
denomination {n} (class or society with the same name, a sect)  :: denominação {f}
denomination {n} (unit in a series of units)  :: espécie {f}
denominator {n} (The number or expression written below the line in a fraction)  :: denominador {m}
denotation {n} (act of denoting)  :: denotação {f}
denotation {n} (primary or explicit meaning)  :: denotação {f}
denotation {n} (something signified or referred to)  :: denotação {f}
denote {v} (to indicate, mark)  :: denotar, indicar
denote {v} (to make overt)  :: revelar
denote {v} (to convey meaning)  :: denotar, indicar
denounce {v} (to criticize or speak out against)  :: denunciar
denounce {v} (to make a formal or public accusation against)  :: acusar
denouncement {n} (act of denouncing)  :: denúncia {f}
dense {adj} (having relatively high density)  :: denso
dense {adj} (compact; crowded together)  :: compacto, denso
dense {adj} (thick; difficult to penetrate)  :: denso, espesso
densimeter {n} (densitometer) SEE: densitometer  ::
densitometer {n} (device that measure the optical density of a material)  :: densímetro {m}
densitometry {n} (measurement of optical density)  :: densitometria {f}
density {n} (physics: amount of matter contained by a given volume)  :: densidade {f}
density {n} (number of particles or other quantity contained by a given volume)  :: densidade {f}
density {n} (probability)  :: densidade {f}
dent {n} (shallow deformation in the surface)  :: amassado, amolgadela
dent {v} (produce a dent)  :: amassar
dental {adj} (of or concerning the teeth)  :: dental, dentário
dental {adj} (of or concerning dentistry)  :: dentário
dental {adj} (phonetics)  :: dental
dental {n} (dental sound)  :: dental {f}
dental alveolus {n} (tooth socket) SEE: tooth socket  ::
dental calculus {n} (crust on the teeth)  :: tártaro {m}
dental floss {n} (cord of thin filaments used to clean the areas between the teeth)  :: fio dental {m}
dentist {n} (specialized medical doctor)  :: dentista {m} {f}
dentistry {n} (the field of medicine which studies and treats conditions of the teeth)  :: odontologia {f}
denture {n} (set of teeth, the teeth viewed as a unit)  :: dentadura {f}
denture {n} (artificial replacement of one or more teeth)  :: dentadura {f}
denture {n} (complete replacement of all teeth in a mouth)  :: dentadura {f}
deny {v} (disallow) SEE: forbid  ::
deny {v} (to assert that something is not true)  :: negar
deodorant {n} (odor-controlling cosmetic for the underarm)  :: desodorante {m}
deontic {adj} (pertaining to necessity, duty or obligation)  :: deôntico
deoxyribonucleic {adj} (Of or pertaining to deoxyribonucleic acid)  :: desoxirribonucleico {m}
deoxyribonucleic acid {n} (deoxyribonucleic acid)  :: ácido desoxirribonucleico {m} [Portugal], ácido desoxirribonucléico {m} [Brazil]
deoxyribose {n} (derivative of ribose)  :: desoxirribose
depart {v} (to leave)  :: partir, sair
depart {v} (to die)  :: partir
depart {v} (to deviate)  :: desviar
depart {v} (to go away from)  :: partir, afastar-se de
department {n} (part, portion, subdivision)  :: departamento {m}
department {n} (subdivision of organization)  :: departamento {m}, setor {m}
department {n} (territorial division)  :: departamento {m}
department store {n} (store containing many departments)  :: loja de departamento {f}, magazine {m}
departure {n} (the act of departing)  :: partida {f}
departure {n} (deviation from a plan or procedure)  :: desvio {m}
departure {n} (death)  :: óbito {m}
depend {v} (rely on support)  :: depender
depend {v} (trust)  :: confiar
depend {v} (hang down)  :: pendurar
dependable {adj} (able to be depended on)  :: confiável
dependence {n} (state of being dependent)  :: dependência {f}
dependence {n} (irresistible need)  :: vício {m}, dependência
dependent {adj} (relying upon; depending upon)  :: dependente
dependent {n} (one who relies on another for support)  :: dependente {m} {f}
dependent clause {n} (subordinate clause) SEE: subordinate clause  ::
dependent variable {n} (in algebra)  :: variável dependente
depict {v} (to render a representation of something, see also: describe)  :: representar, retratar {m}, descrever
depiction {n} (lifelike image)  :: retrato {f}
depilate {v} (to remove hair from the body)  :: depilar
deplete {v} (exhaust) SEE: exhaust  ::
deplete {v} (to empty or unload)  :: exaurir, esgotar, esvaziar
depletion {n} (exhaustion)  :: esgotamento {m}, exaustão {f}, depleção {f}
depletion {n} (consumption of a resource faster than it can be replenished)  :: esgotamento {m}, depleção {f}
deplorable {adj} (deserving strong condemnation; shockingly bad)  :: deplorável, desprezível
deplorable {adj} (lamentable, to be felt sorrow for, worthy of compassion)  :: deplorável, lamentável
deploy {v} (to unfold, open, or otherwise become ready for use)  :: disponibilizar
deploy {v} (to install, test and implement a computer system or application)  :: lançar
deport {v} (to evict, especially from a country)  :: deportar
deportation {n} (act of deporting or exiling)  :: deportação {f}
depose {v} (to give evidence or testimony)  :: depor
deposit {n} (sediment or rock different from the surrounding material)  :: depósito {m}
deposit {n} (asset that was left to the care of the other)  :: depósito {m}
deposit {n} (money placed in an account)  :: depósito {m}
deposit {n} (anything left behind on a surface)  :: depósito {m}
deposit {n} (money given as an initial payment)  :: entrada {f}
deposit {n} (security for a borrowed item)  :: empenho {m}
deposit {v} (to lay down)  :: depositar
deposit {v} (to entrust one's assets to the care of another)  :: depositar
deposit {v} (to put money or funds into an account)  :: depositar
depot {n} (warehouse or similar storage facility)  :: depósito {m}
depot {n} (bus or railway station)  :: estação {f}
deprecate {v} (express disapproval of)  :: depreciar
deprecate {v} (to discontinue)  :: descontinuar
deprecated {adj} (strongly disapproved of)  :: desaprovado {m}, desfavorecido {m}, obsoleto {m}, descontinuado {m}
deprecated {adj} (belittled)  :: menosprezado {m}
deprecated {adj} (computing: obsolescent)  :: deprecado {m}, obsoleto {m}, desfavorecido {m}, descontinuado {m}
deprecation {n} (act of deprecating)  :: depreciação {f}
depress {v} (to press down on)  :: pressionar
depress {v} (to make depressed, sad or bored)  :: deprimir
depressed {adj} (severely despondent and unhappy)  :: deprimido
depressed {adj} (suffering from clinical depression)  :: deprimido
depressing {adj} (causing depression or sadness)  :: deprimente
depression {n} (geography: low area)  :: depressão {f}
depression {n} (psychology: state of mind)  :: depressão {f}
depression {n} (meteorology: area of lowered air pressure)  :: área de baixa pressão {f}
depression {n} (economics: period of major economic contraction)  :: depressão {f}, crise {f}
depression {n} (economics: four consecutive quarters of negative real GDP development)  :: depressão {f}
depression {n} (reduction in a biological variable)  :: depressão
depressive {adj} (dispiriting)  :: depressivo {m}, deprimente
depressive {adj} (depressed)  :: depressivo
depressive {adj} (Of or relating to depression)  :: depressivo
deprive {v} (take something away; deny someone of something)  :: privar
depth {n} (vertical distance below a surface)  :: profundidade {f}, fundura {f}, profundeza
depth charge {n} (bomb designed to detonate at a certain depth underwater)  :: carga de profundidade {f}, bomba de profundidade {f}
depths {n} (plural of depth) SEE: depth  ::
depths {n} (deepest part)  :: profundezas {f-p}
deputy {n} (representative)  :: representante {m} {f}
deputy {n} (legislator)  :: deputado {m}
derail {v} (to come off the tracks)  :: descarrilar, descarrilhar
derailleur {n} (The mechanism on a bicycle used to move the chain from one sprocket (gear) to another)  :: descarrilador {m}
derailment {n} (action of a locomotive or train leaving the rails along which it runs)  :: descarrilamento {m}
deratization {n} (deratization)  :: desratização {f}
derby {n} (bowler hat) SEE: bowler hat  ::
dereference {v} (access the thing to which the pointer points)  :: desreferenciar
deregulate {v} (to remove the regulations from)  :: desregular
deregulation {n} (process of removing constraints)  :: desregulação {f}, desregulamento {m}
derelict {adj} (abandoned)  :: abandonado, derelito [Brazil], derrelito [Brazil], derrelicto [Portugal]
derelict {adj} (negligent)  :: negligente
derelict {n} (abandoned ship)  :: derelito [Brazil], derrelito [Brazil]
derelict {n} (negligent person)  :: pessoa negligente
deride {v} (to harshly mock; ridicule)  :: ridicularizar, escarnecer
derision {n} (act of treating with contempt)  :: menosprezo {m}
derisive {adj} (expressing or characterized by derision; mocking)  :: escarnecedor
derisive {adj} (deserving or provoking derision)  :: ridículo
derivative {adj} (obtained by derivation)  :: derivativo
derivative {n} (something derived)  :: derivado {m}
derivative {n} (word that derives from another)  :: derivado {m}
derivative {n} (chemical derived from another)  :: derivado {m}, derivativo {m}
derivative {n} (in analysis: value)  :: derivada {f}
derivative {n} (in analysis: function) SEE: derived function  ::
derive {v} (obtain (something) from something else)  :: derivar
derive {v} (deduce (a conclusion) by reasoning)  :: deduzir
derive {v} (find the derivation of (a word or phrase))  :: derivar
derive {v} (create (a compound) from another by means of a reaction)  :: derivar
derive {v} (originate (from))  :: derivar
derived function {n} (calculus: a function)  :: função derivada {f}
dermal {adj} (of or pertaining to skin or integument)  :: dérmico
dermatitis {n} (inflammation of the skin)  :: dermatite {f}
dermatologist {n} (one who is skilled, professes or practices dermatology)  :: dermatologista {m} {f}
dermatology {n} (the study of the skin and its diseases)  :: dermatologia {f}
dermatophyte {n} (any parasitic fungus that infects the skin)  :: dermatófito {m}
dermatophytic {adj} (being or relating to a dermatophyte)  :: dermatofítico
dermatosis {n} (disease of the skin)  :: dermatose {f}
dermis {n} (skin layer underlying epidermis)  :: derme {f}
derogate {v} (to take away or detract from)  :: denegrir
derogate {v} (to debase oneself) SEE: debase  ::
derogatory {adj} (tending to lessen in value)  :: pejorativo, depreciativo
derogatory {adj} (legal clause)  :: derrogatório
derrière {n} (bottom, bum, backside)  :: traseiro {m}
dervish {n} (a member of Dervish fraternity of Sufism)  :: dervixe {m}
descend {v} (to pass from a higher to a lower place)  :: descer, descender, baixar
descendant {n} (one who is the progeny of someone)  :: descendente {m} {f}
descendant {n} (which derives directly from a given precursor or source)  :: descendente {m} {f}
descendant {n} (later evolutionary type)  :: descendente {m} {f}
descent {n} (instance of descending)  :: descida {f}
descent {n} (way down)  :: declive
descent {n} (lineage or hereditary derivation)  :: ascendência {f}, origem {f}, descendência {f}
descent {n} (drop to a lower status or condition)  :: decadência
describe {v} (to represent in words)  :: descrever
description {n} (account in words)  :: descrição {f}
description word {n} (adjective) SEE: adjective  ::
descriptive {adj} (of, or relating to description)  :: descritivo
descriptivism {n} (describing real forms of linguistic usage)  :: descritivismo {m}
descriptor {n} (that which describes)  :: descritor {m}
descry {v} (see) SEE: see  ::
desecrate {v} (to profane or violate sacredness)  :: profanar
desecrate {v} (to remove the consecration)  :: desconsagrar, profanar
desert {n} (barren area)  :: deserto {m}
desert {adj} (Abandoned, deserted, or uninhabited)  :: deserto
desert {v} (to abandon)  :: desertar, abandonar
desert {v} (to leave military service)  :: desertar
desert cat {n} (African wildcat) SEE: African wildcat  ::
deserted {adj} (abandoned)  :: deserto {m}, abandonado {m}, às moscas
deserter {n} (person who leaves a military or naval unit)  :: desertor {m}
desertification {n} (process by which a region becomes a desert)  :: desertificação {f}
desertion {n} (deserting)  :: deserção {f}
deserve {v} (to merit)  :: merecer
desexualize {v} (to make conceptually asexual)  :: dessexualizar
design {n} (plan)  :: projeto {m}, design {m}
design {n} (pattern)  :: projeto {m}
design {n} (intention)  :: intenção {f}
design {n} (art of designing)  :: desenho {m}
design {v} (to plan an artwork etc.)  :: projetar
designate {v} (to mark out and make known; to point out; to name; to indicate)  :: designar
designate {v} (to call by a distinctive title; to name)  :: designar
designate {v} (to indicate or set apart for a purpose or duty)  :: designar
designer {n} (person who designs)  :: designer {m} {f}
designer label {n} (luxury brand name)  :: grife {f}, marca de grife {f}
desirable {adj} (suitable to be desired)  :: desejável {m} {f}
desire {v} (desire) SEE: want  ::
desire {v} (wish for earnestly)  :: desejar
desire {v} (want emotionally or sexually)  :: desejar
desire {n} (something wished for)  :: desejo {m}
desire {n} (strong attraction)  :: desejo {m}
desire {n} (feeling of desire)  :: desejo {m}
desist {v} (to cease to proceed or act)  :: desistir
desk {n} (table for writing and reading)  :: escrivaninha {m}
desk {n} (lectern) SEE: lectern  ::
desktop {n} (the top surface of a desk)  :: superfície da escrivaninha/carteira {f}
desktop {n} (a desktop computer)  :: desktop {m}
desktop {n} (on-screen background)  :: desktop {m}, área de trabalho {f}, secretária {f}
desktop computer {n} (a computer of a size designed to be used on a desk)  :: computador de mesa {m}
desmosome {n} (a structural unit that functions in the adhesion of cells to form tissue)  :: desmossomo {m}, desmossoma {m}
desolate {adj} (deserted)  :: desolado, deserto, inabitado, ermo, desabitado
desolate {adj} (barren / lifeless)  :: desolado
desolate {adj} (unfit for habitation)  :: desolado
desolate {adj} (dismal)  :: desolado
desolate {adj} (hopeless)  :: desolado, devastado
despair {v} (to despair of)  :: desesperar-se
despair {v} (to cause to despair)  :: desesperar
despair {v} (to be hopeless)  :: desesperar-se
despair {n} (loss of hope)  :: desespero
desperate {adj} (filled with despair)  :: desesperado
desperate {adj} (having reckless abandon)  :: desesperado
desperately {adv} (in a desperate manner)  :: desesperadamente
desperation {n} (the act of despairing or becoming desperate; a giving up of hope)  :: desesperação {f}
desperation {n} (a state of despair, or utter hopelessness)  :: desespero {m}
despicable {adj} (deserving to be despised)  :: desprezível
despise {v} (to regard with contempt or scorn)  :: desprezar
despite {prep} (in spite of)  :: a despeito de, apesar de, não obstante
despond {v} (To give up the will, courage, or spirit)  :: desesperar-se
despondent {adj} (in low spirits from loss of hope or courage)  :: abatido, desencorajado, desanimado
despot {n} (ruler with absolute power; tyrant)  :: déspota {m} {f}
despotic {adj} (of or pertaining to a despot)  :: despótico
despotic {adj} (acting or ruling as a despot)  :: despótico
despotism {n} (government by a singular authority)  :: despotismo {m}
dessert {n} (sweet confection served as the last course of a meal)  :: sobremesa
destabilization {n} (destabilizing)  :: desestabilização {f}
destalinize {v} (to free from the influence of Joseph Stalin)  :: desestalinizar
destination {n} (the place set for the end of a journey, or to which something is sent)  :: destino {m}
destiny {n} (predetermined condition; fate; fixed order of things)  :: fado {m}, destino {m}, sorte {f}
destitution {n} (condition of lacking something)  :: destituição {f}
destitution {n} (extreme state of poverty)  :: penúria {f}, indigência {f}
destroy {v} (to damage beyond use or repair)  :: destruir, estraçalhar, arruinar, destroçar, detonar
destroy {v} (to cause destruction)  :: destruir
destroy {v} (to neutralize)  :: destruir, acabar com
destroy {v} (to put down or euthanize (e.g. an animal))  :: sacrificar
destroy {v} ((computing) to remove data (e.g., from memory))  :: destruir
destroy {v} ((colloquial) to defeat soundly)  :: arrasar, destruir
destroyer {n} (that who/which destroys)  :: destruidor {m}
destroyer {n} (type of warship)  :: contratorpedeiro {m}
destruction {n} (act of destroying)  :: destruição {f}
destruction {n} (results of a destructive event)  :: destruição {f}
destructive {adj} (causing destruction; damaging)  :: destrutivo
destructively {adv} (in a destructive manner)  :: destrutivamente
destructiveness {n} (the state or quality of being destructive)  :: destrutividade {f}
destructor {n} (one who destructs)  :: destruidor
destructor {n} (cleaning-up commands in object oriented programming)  :: destrutor {m}
destructure {v} (dismantle) SEE: dismantle  ::
destructure {v} (to destroy the structure of something)  :: desestruturar
desultory {adj} (jumping, or passing, from one thing or subject to another, without order or rational connection)  :: desultório
detach {v} (to take apart or take off)  :: destacar
detachable {adj} (designed to be unfastened)  :: destacável {m} {f}
detail {n} (something small enough to escape casual notice)  :: detalhe {m}, pormenor {m}
detail {n} (uncountable: a profusion of details)  :: detalhe {m}
detail {n} (something considered trivial enough to ignore)  :: detalhe {m}, minúcias {f-p}, pormenor {m}
detail {n} (plural: personal information)  :: identificação {f}
detail {n} (military: temporary unit)  :: destacamento
detail {v} (to explain in detail)  :: detalhar, minuciar, esmiuçar, esquadrinhar
detailed {adj} (characterized by attention to detail and thoroughness of treatment)  :: detalhado, minucioso, pormenorizado
detain {v} (to detain) SEE: hold  ::
detain {v} (put under custody)  :: deter
detect {v} (to detect) SEE: notice  ::
detect {v} (to discover or find by careful search, examination, or probing)  :: detectar
detectable {adj} (That which can be detected)  :: detectável
detection {n} (the finding out of a constituent, a signal, an agent or the like)  :: detecção
detective {n} (police officer who looks for evidence)  :: detective {m} [Portugal], detetive {m} [Brazil]
detective {n} (person employed to find information)  :: detetive {mf}
deter {v} (to prevent something from happening)  :: impedir
deter {v} (to persuade someone not to do something)  :: dissuadir, desencorajar
detergent {n} (any non-soap cleaning agent, especially a synthetic surfactant)  :: detergente {m}
detergent {adj} (having the power to clean)  :: detergente
deteriorate {v} (make worse)  :: deteriorar, piorar, estragar
deteriorate {v} (grow worse)  :: deteriorar, piorar
deterioration {n} (process of making or growing worse)  :: deterioração {f}, deterioramento {m}
determinable {adj} (able to be determined or limited)  :: determinável
determinant {n} (determining factor)  :: determinante {m}
determinant {n} (in mathematical sense)  :: determinante {m}
determination {n} (act, process, or result of any accurate measurement)  :: determinação
determinative {n} (determiner) SEE: determiner  ::
determine {v} (to set the limits of)  :: determinar
determine {v} (to ascertain definitely)  :: determinar
determined {adj} (decided or resolute)  :: decidido, determinado, resoluto
determiner {n} (class of words)  :: determinante {m}
determiner {n} (something that determines)  :: determinador {m}
determinism {n} (notion in ethics)  :: determinismo {m}
determinism {n} (notion in computing)  :: determinismo {m}
deterrence {n} (act of deterring)  :: deterrência {f}, dissuasão {f}
deterrence {n} (action taken by states or alliances)  :: deterrência {f}
deterrence {n} (art of producing fear of attacking)  :: deterrência {f}, intimidação {f}
deterrent {adj} (serving to deter)  :: dissuasório
detest {v} (to dislike intensely)  :: detestar, odiar
detonate {v} (to blow up)  :: detonar, explodir
detonate {v} (to cause an explosion)  :: detonar
detonation {n} (an explosion)  :: detonação {f}
detonator {n} (device used to detonate an explosive device)  :: detonador {m}
detour {n} (diversion or deviation)  :: desvio {m}, distracção
detour {v} (intransitive: to make a detour)  :: desviar
detour {v} (transitive: to direct or send on a detour)  :: desviar
detriment {n} (harm, hurt, damage)  :: detrimento {m}
detrimental {adj} (causing damage or harm)  :: danoso, prejudicial
dette {n} (debt) SEE: debt  ::
deuce {n} (playing card)  :: dois
deuce {n} (number two)  :: dois
deuce {n} (tennis: tie, both players able to win by scoring two additional points)  :: iguais
deuce {n} (Devil, used in exclamations of confusion or anger)  :: diabos, inferno, demônio
deus ex machina {n} (contrived plot resolution)  :: deus ex machina {m}
deuterium {n} (isotope of hydrogen, see also: heavy hydrogen)  :: deutério {m}
deutocerebrum {n} (the median lobes of the brain of an insect)  :: deutocérebro {m}
devastate {v} (to ruin many or all things over a large area)  :: devastar
devastated {adj} (ruined, ravaged)  :: devastado, arruinado
devastated {adj} (upset and shocked)  :: devastado
devastation {n} (act of devastating or state of being devastated)  :: devastação {f}
develop {v} (to progress)  :: desenvolver
develop {v} (to progress through stages)  :: desenvolver
develop {v} (to create)  :: desenvolver, fazer, criar
develop {v} (to bring out photographic images)  :: revelar
developed {adj} ((of a country) not primitive; not third world)  :: desenvolvido
developed country {n} (country with an advanced economy)  :: país desenvolvido {m}
developer {n} (someone engaged in product creation and improvement)  :: desenvolvedor
developer {n} (liquid used in chemical film processing)  :: revelador {m}
developer {n} (software programmer)  :: desenvolvedor {m}, developer {m}, programador {m}
developing {adj} (of a country)  :: em desenvolvimento
developing country {n} (poorer country)  :: país em desenvolvimento {m}
development {n} (process of developing)  :: desenvolvimento {m}
deverbal {adj} (related to something that is derived from a verb)  :: deverbal
deverbal {n}  :: deverbal {m}
deverbative {n} (deverbal) SEE: deverbal  ::
deviate {v} (To go off course from; to change course; to change plans)  :: desviar
deviate {v} (To fall outside of, or part from, some norm; to stray)  :: desviar
deviation {n} (act of deviating)  :: desvio {m}
deviation {n} (statistical deviation)  :: desvio
device {n} (piece of equipment)  :: aparelho, dispositivo {m}, aparato
device {n} (project, stratagem, artifice)  :: artifício {m}
device {n} (computing) SEE: peripheral device  ::
device {n} (rhetoric: device) SEE: rhetorical device  ::
device driver {n} (software that communicates between operating system and hardware)  :: driver {m}
devil {n} (dust devil) SEE: dust devil  ::
devil {n} (a creature of hell)  :: diabo {m}
devil {n} (the devil: the chief devil)  :: Diabo {m}, Satã {m}, Satanás {m}
devil {n} (bad part of the conscience)  :: diabo {m}
devil {n} (wicked or naughty person)  :: diabo {m}
devil {n} (euphemistically, with an article: Hell (as an intensifier))  :: diabo {m}
devil {n} (in Christian Science, an evil or erring entity)  :: diabo {m}
devilish {adj} (resembling or characteristic of a devil)  :: diabólico
devilish {adj} (extreme, excessive)  :: extremo
devilry {n} (mischief)  :: diabrura {f}, traquinagem {f}
devilry {n} (wickedness, cruelty)  :: diabrura {f}, maldade {f}
devilry {n} (witchcraft)  :: bruxaria {f}
devilry {n} (An act of such mischief, wickedness, cruelty or witchcraft)  :: diabrura {f}
devil's advocate {n} (debater)  :: advogado do diabo {m}
devil's advocate {n} (canon lawyer)  :: advogado do diabo {m}
devil's beating his wife {interj} (interjection uttered when it rains while the sun is shining)  :: sol e chuva casamento de viúva (sun and rain widow's wedding), chuva e sol casamento de espanhol (rain and sun Spaniard's wedding)
devise {v} (use the intellect to plan or design)  :: inventar, tramar, delinear, projetar, idear
devise {v} (leave in a will)  :: legar, deixar
devoid {adj} (empty, completely without)  :: destituído, desprovido
devote {v} (to commit oneself for a certain matter)  :: devotar
devoted {adj} (vowed; dedicated; consecrated)  :: devoto
devoted {adj} (zealous; characterized by devotion)  :: devoto
devotee {n} (admirer)  :: entusiasta {m} {f}, discípulo {m}, devoto {m}
devotion {n} (the act or state of devoting or being devoted)  :: devoção {f}
devotion {n} (feelings of strong or fervent affection; dedication)  :: devoção {f}, dedicação {f}
devotion {n} (religious veneration, zeal, or piety)  :: devoção {f}, fervor {m}
devour {v} (to eat greedily)  :: devorar
devout {adj} (devoted to religion or to religious feelings and duties)  :: devoto {m}
dew {n} (moisture in the air that settles on plants, etc)  :: orvalho {m}, riço {m}
deworm {v} (to cause to excrete worms)  :: desparasitar
dewormer {n} (medicine used in deworming an animal)  :: desparasitante {m}
deworming {n} (elimination of parasitic worms)  :: desparasitação {f}
dexter {adj} (right)  :: destro {m}
dexterity {n} (skill in performing tasks, especially with the hands)  :: destreza {f}
dexterous {adj} (skillful with one's hands)  :: hábil/habilidoso (com as mãos)
dexterous {adj} (skillful in some specific thing)  :: hábil, habilidoso
dexterous {adj} (agile; flexible)  :: ágil
dextran {n} (a biopolymer of glucose produced by enzymes of certain bacteria)  :: dextran {m}, dextrano {m}
dextro {adj} (dextrorotatory) SEE: dextrorotatory  ::
dextrogyre {adj} (dextrorotatory) SEE: dextrorotatory  ::
dextromanual {adj} (right-handed) SEE: right-handed  ::
dextrorotatory {adj} (that rotates the plane of polarized light to the right)  :: dextrógiro
dextrose {n} (naturally-occurring form of glucose)  :: dextrose {f}
dharma {n} (principle that orders the universe)  :: darma {m}
dharma {n} (teachings of the Buddha)  :: darma {m}
di- {prefix} (two, twice double)  :: di-
diabetes {n} (A group of metabolic diseases)  :: diabetes {m} {f}, diabete {m} {f}
diabetes mellitus {n} (medical disorder)  :: diabetes melito {m} {f}
diabetic {adj} (of diabetes)  :: diabético
diabetic {adj} (having diabetes)  :: diabético
diabetic {n} (person suffering from diabetes mellitus)  :: diabético {m}
diabetogenic {adj} (that produces diabetes)  :: diabetogênico
diabolic {adj} (showing wickedness typical of a devil)  :: diabólico
diabolic {adj} (extremely evil or cruel)  :: diabólico
diabolo {n} (juggling apparatus)  :: diabolô {m}
diachronic {adj} (changing with time)  :: diacrônico [Brazil], diacrónico [Portugal]
diachronic linguistics {n} (historical linguistics) SEE: historical linguistics  ::
diaconate {n} (rank of a deacon)  :: diaconato {m}
diacritic {n} (diacritical mark) SEE: diacritical mark  ::
diacritical mark {n} (symbol)  :: acento diacrítico {m}, acento {m}
diaeresis {n} (diacritic placed over a vowel letter)  :: diérese {f}, trema {m}
diaeresis {n} (separation of a vowel into two distinct syllables)  :: diérese {f}
diagnose {v} (determine the root cause of)  :: diagnosticar
diagnosis {n} (identification of the nature and cause of an illness)  :: diagnóstico {m}
diagnostic {adj} (of, or relating to diagnosis)  :: diagnóstico
diagonal {n} (slash) SEE: slash  ::
diagonal {adj} (geometry: joining two nonadjacent vertices)  :: diagonal
diagonal {adj} (having a slanted or oblique direction)  :: diagonal
diagonal {n} (something forming or resembling a diagonal line)  :: diagonal {f}
diagonal {n} (geometry: diagonal line or plane)  :: diagonal {f}
diagonal matrix {n} (type of matrix)  :: matriz diagonal {f}
diagram {n} (plan, drawing, sketch or outline to show workings or parts relationships)  :: diagrama
diagram {n} (graph or chart)  :: diagrama {m}
dial {n} (sundial) SEE: sundial  ::
dial {v} (To select a number, or to call someone, on a telephone)  :: discar
dial {n} (clock face) SEE: clock face  ::
dialect {n} (variety of a language)  :: dialeto {m} [Brazil], dialecto {m} [Portugal]
dialectal {adj} (relating to a dialect)  :: dialetal
dialectal {adj} (not linguistically standard)  :: dialetal
dialectical {adj} (relating to a dialect) SEE: dialectal  ::
dialectical {adj} (pertaining to dialectics)  :: dialético
dialectical materialism {n} (branch of philosophy)  :: materialismo dialético {m}
dialectics {n} (systematic method of argument)  :: dialética {f}
dialectologist {n} (Translations)  :: dialetólogo {m}, dialetologista {m} {f}
dialectology {n} (the study of dialects)  :: dialetologia {f}
dialog {n} (conversation or other discourse between individuals)  :: diálogo
dialog {n} (verbal part of a literary or dramatic work)  :: diálogo {m}
dialog {n} (literary form resembling a conversation)  :: diálogo {m}
dialog {n} (computing: dialogue box)  :: diálogo {m}
dialog {v} (discuss)  :: dialogar
dialogue {n} (conversation or other discourse between individuals)  :: diálogo, conversa {f}, conversação {f}
dialogue {n} (verbal part of a literary or dramatic work)  :: diálogo {m}
dialogue {n} (literary form resembling a conversation)  :: diálogo {m}
dialogue {v} (discuss)  :: dialogar
dialysis {n} (rhetoric: asyndeton) SEE: asyndeton  ::
diamagnetic {adj} (exhibiting diamagentism)  :: diamagnético
diamagnetism {n} (weak form of magnetism)  :: diamagnetismo {m}
diamantiferous {adj} (yielding diamonds) SEE: diamondiferous  ::
diameter {n} (line)  :: diâmetro {m}
diameter {n} (length of this line)  :: diâmetro {m}
diametrically {adv} (on exactly the opposite side)  :: diametralmente
diamond {n} (rhombus) SEE: rhombus  ::
diamond {n} (uncountable: mineral)  :: diamante {m}
diamond {n} (gemstone)  :: diamante {m}
diamond {n} (card games: card of the diamonds suit)  :: ouros {m-p}
diamondiferous {adj} (yielding diamond)  :: diamantífero
diamonds {n} (one of the four suits of playing cards, marked with the symbol ♦)  :: ouros {m-p}
diaper {n} (absorbent garment worn by a baby, or by someone who is incontinent)  :: fralda {f}
diaphragm {n} (anatomy: sheet of muscle separating thorax from abdomen)  :: diafragma {m}
diaphragm {n} (contraceptive device)  :: diafragma {m}
diaphragm {n} (mechanics: flexible membrane)  :: diafragma {m}
diarrhea {n} (medical condition)  :: diarreia {f}
diarthrosis {n} (a joint that can move freely in various planes)  :: diartrose {f}, abartrose {f}
diary {n} (daily log of experiences)  :: diário {m}
diaspora {n} (dispersion of a group of people)  :: diáspora {f}
diastole {n} (relaxation of the heart)  :: diástole {f}
diastolic {adj} (pertaining to a diastole)  :: diastólico
diatom {n} (grouping of minute algae)  :: diatomácea {f}
diatomaceous {adj} (of, pertaining to, or containing diatoms or their coverings)  :: diatomáceo
diatomaceous earth {n} (soil)  :: terra diatomácea {f}, kieselguhr {m}, diatomito {m}
diatribe {n} (bitter denunciation)  :: diatribe {f}
diatribe {n} (prolongued discourse)  :: diatribe {f}
diazepam {n} (minor tranquillizer)  :: diazepam {m}
dice {n} (polyhedron used in games of chance) SEE: die  ::
dice {v} (to cut into small cubes)  :: cortar em cubinhos
dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane {n} (chlorinated hydrocarbon insecticide DDT)  :: diclorodifeniltricloroetano {m}
dichotomy {n} (separation or division into two)  :: dicotomia {f}
dichotomy {n} (such a division involving apparently incompatible or opposite principles) SEE: duality  ::
dichromic {adj} (containing two atoms of chromium)  :: dicrômico
dick {n} (slang: penis)  :: caralho {m}, picha {f}, pica {f}, jeba {f}, verga {f}, pau {m}, pinto {m}, cacete {m}, vara {f}, rola {f}, piroca, bilau {m}
dickhead {n} ((slang) glans penis)  :: cabeça {f}
dickhead {n} ((slang) stupid person)  :: retardado {m}, bobão {m}, cuzão {m}, otário {m}
dickhead {n} (glans penis) SEE: glans penis  ::
dicotyledon {n} (in botany)  :: dicotiledónea {f} [Portugal], dicotiledônea {f} [Brazil]
dictablanda {n} (soft-handed dictatorship)  :: ditabranda {f}
dictaphone {n} (dictation machine) SEE: dictation machine  ::
dictate {n} (an order or command)  :: ordem {f}, comando {m}
dictate {v} (to order, command, control)  :: ordenar, comandar, controlar
dictate {v} (to speak in order for someone to write down the words)  :: ditar
dictation {n} (the process of speaking for someone else to write down the words)  :: ditado {m}
dictation {n} (an activity in school where the teacher reads a passage aloud and the students write it down)  :: ditado {m}
dictation {n} (the act of ordering or commanding)  :: ordem {f}
dictation machine {n} (sound recording device)  :: ditafone {m}
dictator {n} (totalitarian leader of a dictatorship)  :: ditador {m}, ditadora {f}
dictator {n} (tyrannical boss, or authority figure)  :: ditador {m}
dictatorship {n} (a government led by a dictator)  :: ditadura {f}
dictatorship of the proletariat {n} (the temporary period following the fall of capitalism)  :: ditadura do proletariado {f}
diction {n} (clarity of word choice)  :: dicção {f}
dictionary {n} (publication that explains the meanings of an ordered list of words)  :: dicionário {m}
dictionary {n} (an associative array)  :: dicionário {m}, array associativo {m}
didactic {adj} (instructive or intended to teach or demonstrate)  :: didático
didgeridoo {n} (Australian musical instrument)  :: didgeridoo {m}
die {v} (to stop living)  :: morrer, falecer
die {n} (cubical part of a pedestal)  :: plinto {m}, soclo {m}, soco {m}
die {n} (device for cutting into a specified shape)  :: molde {m}
die {n} (embossed device used in stamping)  :: cunho {m}
die {n} (polyhedron used in games of chance)  :: dado {m}
die out {v} (to become extinct)  :: desaparecer
dielectric {n} (physics: nonconducting material)  :: dielétrico {m}
dielectric {adj} (electrically insulating)  :: dielétrico
diencephalon {n} (region of the human brain)  :: diencéfalo {m}
dieresis {n} (diacritic) SEE: diaeresis  ::
diesel {n} (fuel)  :: diesel {m}, óleo diesel {m}
diesel engine {n} (a type of engine)  :: motor a diesel {m}
diesel motor {n} (diesel engine) SEE: diesel engine  ::
diester {n} (organic compound containing two ester functional groups)  :: diéster {m}
diet {n} (food a person or animal consumes)  :: dieta {f}
diet {n} (controlled regimen of food)  :: dieta {f}, regime {m}
diet {n} (habitual consumption)  :: dieta {f}
diet {n} (council of leaders)  :: dieta {f}
diet {adj} (containing lower-than-normal amounts of calories)  :: diet
dietary fibre {n} (undigested substance)  :: fibra alimentar {f}
diffeomorphic {adj} (mathematics: having a diffeomorphism)  :: difeomorfo {m}
diffeomorphism {n} (mathematics: differentiable homeomorphism between differentiable manifolds)  :: difeomorfismo {m}
differ {v} (not to have the same characteristics)  :: diferir
differ {v} (to have diverging opinions, disagree)  :: divergir
difference {n} (quality of being different)  :: diferença {f}
difference {n} (characteristic of something that makes it different from something else)  :: diferença {f}
difference {n} (disagreement or argument about something important)  :: diferença {f}
difference {n} (arithmetic: result of a subtraction)  :: diferença {f}
difference {v} (to distinguish or differentiate)  :: diferenciar
difference engine {n} (computer)  :: máquina diferencial {f}
different {adj} (not the same)  :: diferente {m} {f}
different {adj} (unlike most others)  :: diferente
differential {adj} (relating to differentiation or differential calculus)  :: diferencial
differential {n} (infinitesimal change)  :: diferencial {f}
differential equation {n} (equation involving the derivatives of a function)  :: equação diferencial {f}
differentiation {n} (act of differentiating)  :: diferenciação {f}
differentiation {n} (act of distinguishing or describing a thing, by giving its different, or specific difference)  :: diferenciação {f}
differentiation {n} (gradual formation or production of organs or parts by a process of evolution or development)  :: diferenciação {f}
differentiation {n} (in analysis)  :: diferenciação {f}
differently {adv} (in a different way)  :: diferentemente
difficile {adj} (hard to work with, stubborn)  :: difícil {m}
difficult {adj} (hard, not easy)  :: difícil
difficultly {adv} (in a difficult manner)  :: dificilmente
difficulty {n} (state of being difficult)  :: dificuldade {f}
difficulty {n} (obstacle)  :: dificuldade {f}
diffuse {v} (To spread over or through as in air, water, or other matter, especially by fluid motion or passive means)  :: difundir
diffuse {v} (To be spread over or through as in air, water, or other matter, especially by fluid motion or passive means)  :: difundir
diffuse {adj} (not concentrated)  :: difuso
diffusion {n} ((physics) the intermingling of the molecules)  :: difusão {f}
dig {v} (to move hard-packed earth out of the way)  :: cavar, escavar
dig {v} (get by digging, take up from the ground)  :: cavar, escavar
dig {n} (archeological investigation)  :: escavação {f}
dig {v} (slang: to appreciate, or like)  :: curtir, gostar
digamma {n} (letter of the Old Greek alphabet)  :: digama {m}
digest {v} (to separate food in the alimentary canal)  :: digerir
digest {n} (compilation of statutes or decisions analytically arranged)  :: compêndio {m}
digestible {adj} (capable of being digested)  :: digerível, disgestível
digestion {n} (process in gastrointestinal tract)  :: digestão {f}
digestive {adj} (of, relating to, or functioning in digestion)  :: digestivo
digestive {n} (substance that aids digestion)  :: digestivo {m}
digestive system {n} (system of organs)  :: sistema digestivo {m}, sistema digestório {m}
digestive tract {n} (system of organs within multicellular animals which takes in food)  :: aparelho/trato digestivo {m}
digger {n} (spade (playing card)) SEE: spade  ::
digit {n} (finger or toe)  :: dígito, dedo
digit {n} (numeral)  :: dígito {m}, algarismo {m}
digital {adj} (having to do or performed with a finger)  :: digital {m} {f}
digital {adj} (representing discrete values)  :: digital {m} {f}
digital {adj} (of or relating to computers)  :: digital {m} {f}
digital camera {n} (electronic camera)  :: câmera digital {f}
digital footprint {n} (digital evidence of a person's activities on the Internet)  :: rastro digital {m}, pegada digital {f}
digital television {n} (broadcasting)  :: televisão digital {f}
digitalis {n} (genus)  :: digital {f}, dedaleira {f}
digitalis {n} (extract)  :: digitalina {f}
digitalization {n} (the act or process of converting from analog to digital)  :: digitalização
digitalize {v} (make digital)  :: digitalizar
digitisation {n} (the conversion of data from analog to digital or binary)  :: digitalização, digitação
digitization {n} (conversion of data from digital)  :: digitalização
diglossia {n} (the coexistence of two closely related native languages)  :: diglossia {f}
dignified {adj} (respectable)  :: digno
dignitary {n} (important or influential person)  :: dignitário {m}, dignatário {m}
dignity {n} (quality or state)  :: dignidade {f}
digraph {n} (pair of letters)  :: dígrafo {m}
digraph {n} (directed graph) SEE: directed graph  ::
digress {v} (to deviate)  :: divagar
digression {n} (departure from the subject)  :: digressão {f}
dilapidate {v} (to fall into ruin or disuse)  :: dilapidar-se
dilapidate {v} (to cause to become ruined or put into disrepair)  :: dilapidar
dilapidate {v} (to squander or waste)  :: dilapidar
dilapidated {adj} (having fallen into a state of disrepair)  :: dilapidado
dilate {v} (To enlarge; to make bigger)  :: dilatar
dilate {v} (To become wider or larger; to expand)  :: expandir
dilation {n} (delay) SEE: delay  ::
dilation {n} (act of dilating)  :: dilatação {f}
dilation {n} (state of being dilated)  :: dilatação {f}
dildo {n} (artificial phallus)  :: consolo {m}
dilemma {n} (circumstance in which a choice must be made between two alternatives)  :: dilema {m}
dilemma {n} (difficult circumstance)  :: dilema {m}
dilemma {n} (in logic)  :: dilema {m}
dilettante {n} (someone who dabbles)  :: diletante {m} {f}
dilettante {n} (person with a general but superficial interest)  :: diletante {m} {f}
dilettante {n}  :: diletante {m} {f}
diligence {n} (qualities of a hard worker, including conscientiousness, determination, perseverance)  :: diligência {f}
diligence {n} (public stage-coach)  :: diligência {f}
diligent {adj} (performing with intense concentration, focus, responsible regard)  :: diligente
diligently {adv} (in a diligent manner)  :: diligentemente
dill {n} (fool) SEE: fool  ::
dill {n} (herb of the species Anethum graveolens)  :: endro {m}, aneto {m}
dilly-dally {v} (to waste time)  :: procrastinar
dilogy {n} (A set of two works of art that are connected)  :: bilogia {f}
dilute {v} (to add more of a solvent to a solution; especially to add more water)  :: diluir
dilute {v} (to weaken)  :: diluir
diluted {adj} (having descreased density)  :: diluido {m}
dilution {n} (process of making something dilute)  :: diluição {f}
dim {adj} (not bright, not colourful)  :: opaco, sombrio
dim {adj} (not smart)  :: burro, obtuso
dim {adj} (indistinct)  :: indistinto
dim {v} (to make something less bright)  :: ofuscar
dim {v} (to become darker)  :: escurecer
dim sum {n} (dimsum)  :: dim sum {m}
dimension {n} (measure of spatial extent)  :: dimensão
dimension {n} (in geometry)  :: dimensão
dimension {n} (in physics)  :: dimensão
dimension {n} (in computing)  :: dimensão
dimension {n} (in science fiction)  :: dimensão
dimension {v} (to mark, cut or shape something to specified dimensions)  :: dimensão
dimercaprol {n} (the mercaptan 2,3-dimercaptopropanol used as an antidote to arsenic poisoning)  :: dimercaprol {m}
diminish {v} (To make smaller)  :: diminuir
diminish {v} (To become smaller)  :: diminuir
diminish {v} (To taper)  :: diminuir
diminutive {adj} (very small)  :: minúsculo, diminuto
diminutive {adj} (serving to diminish)  :: diminutivo, diminuidor
diminutive {adj} (grammar)  :: diminutivo
diminutive {n} (grammar: word form expressing smallness)  :: diminutivo {m}
dimple {n} (small depression or indentation in generic surface)  :: covinha {f}
dimple {n} (skin depression, especially at corners of the mouth)  :: covinha {f}
dimple {v} (create a dimple in)  :: ondear
din {n} (loud noise)  :: estrépido {m}, algazarra {f}, clamor {m}
dinar {n} (official currency of several countries)  :: dinar {m}
dine {v} (to eat; to eat dinner or supper)  :: jantar
diner {n} (a small and inexpensive type of restaurant which is modelled to resemble a dining car)  :: diner {m}, vagão-restaurante {m}
ding-a-ling {n} (dick) SEE: dick  ::
dinghy {n} (small boat)  :: bote {m}
dinghy {n} (inflatable boat)  :: bote inflável {m}
dingleberry {n} (piece of feces)  :: tobi {m}
dingleberry {n} (cranberry) SEE: cranberry  ::
dingo {n} (wild dog native to Australia)  :: dingo
dining car {n} (restaurant carriage)  :: vagão-restaurante {m}
dining room {n} (room, in a home or hotel, where meals are eaten)  :: sala de jantar {f}
dining table {n} (table in the dining room on which meals are served)  :: mesa de jantar {f}
dinitrogen tetroxide {n} (binary compound nitrogen and oxygen, N2O4)  :: tetróxido de nitrogênio {m}
dinner {n} (main meal of the day)  :: jantar, ceia {f}
dinner {n} (a meal given to an animal)  :: ração {f}
dinner {n} (midday meal)  :: almoço {m}
dinner {n} (a formal meal)  :: prândio {m}, banquete {m}
dinner jacket {n} (tuxedo) SEE: tuxedo  ::
dinner table {n} (table on which dinner is served)  :: mesa de jantar {f}
dinoflagellate {n} (any of many marine protozoa of the phylum Dinoflagellata)  :: dinoflagelado {m}
dinosaur {n} (extinct reptile)  :: dinossauro {m}
dinosaur {n} (person who is very old or has very old-fashioned views)  :: dinossauro {mf}
diocese {n} (region administered by a bishop)  :: diocese {f}
diode {n} (electronic device)  :: diodo {m}
dioecious {adj} (botany: having the male and female reproductive organs on separate plants)  :: dioico
dioecy {n} (the condition of being dioecious)  :: dioicidade {f}
diopter {n} (unit of measure)  :: dioptria {f}
dioptrics {n} (study of the refraction of light)  :: dióptrica {f}
diorama {n} (a three-dimensional display of a scenery)  :: diorama {m}
dioxide {n} (any oxide containing two oxygen atoms in each molecule)  :: bióxido {m}
dioxin {n} (toxic compound)  :: dioxina {f}
dip {v} (to lower into a liquid)  :: mergulhar, imergir
diphenol {n} (organic chemistry: compound with two phenol groups)  :: difenol {m}
diphtheria {n} (infectious disease of the upper respiratory tract)  :: difteria {f}
diphthong {n} (complex vowel sound)  :: ditongo {m}
diploid {adj} (of a cell, having a pair of each type of chromosome)  :: diploide
diploma {n} (certificate)  :: diploma {m}
diploma mill {n} (university churning out diplomas to unqualified students)  :: uniesquina {f}
diplomacy {n} (art of conducting international relations)  :: diplomacia {f}
diplomacy {n} (tact and subtle skill in dealing with people)  :: diplomacia {f}
diplomat {n} (person who is accredited to represent a government)  :: diplomata {m} {f}
diplomat {n} (someone who uses skill and tact in dealing with other people)  :: diplomata {m} {f}
diplomatic {adj} (concerning relationships between governments)  :: diplomático
diplomatic {adj} (exhibiting diplomacy)  :: diplomático
diplomatic immunity {n} (diplomat's legal immunity)  :: imunidade diplomática {f}
diplomatics {n} (science of authenticating, dating, and interpreting old official documents)  :: diplomática {f}
diplomatist {n} (diplomat) SEE: diplomat  ::
dipper {n} (bird)  :: melro-peixeiro {m}, melro-aquático {m}, melro-d'água {m}
diptote {n} ((grammar) a noun which has only two cases)  :: diptoto {m}
diptych {n} (picture or series of pictures painted on two tablets)  :: díptico {m}
diquark {n} (the hypothetical state of two quarks grouped inside a baryon)  :: diquark {m}
dire {adj} (warning of bad consequences)  :: adoentado
dire {adj} (expressing bad consequences)  :: horrível, terrível
dire straits {n} (difficult position)  :: apuro {m}, aperto {m}
direct {adj} (Straight, constant, without interruption)  :: directo, direto
direct {v} (to manage, control, steer)  :: dirigir
direct {v} (to aim at)  :: direcionar
direct current {n} (electric current in which the electrons flow in one direction, but may vary with time)  :: corrente contínua {f}
direct free kick {n} (soccer)  :: tiro livre {m}, tiro direto {m}
direct object {n} (the noun a verb is directly acting upon)  :: objeto direto {m}, complemento direto {m}
directed edge {n} (ordered pair of nodes)  :: aresta orientada, arco
directed graph {n} (type of graphs)  :: grafo orientado, digrafo {m}
direction {n} (indication of the point toward which an object is moving)  :: direção {f}
direction {n} (work of the director (manager))  :: direção {f}
direction {n} (work of the director in cinema or theater)  :: direção {f}
directions {n} (direction) SEE: direction  ::
directive {n} (instruction or guideline)  :: directiva {f}
directive {n} (form of legislative act addressed to the EU Member States)  :: directiva {f}
directly {adv} (in a direct manner)  :: diretamente
directly {adv} (in a straightforward way)  :: diretamente
directly {adv} (plainly, without circumlocution or ambiguity)  :: diretamente
directly {adv} (immediately) SEE: immediately  ::
director {n} (supervisor, manager, see also: film director)  :: diretor {m}
directory {n} (list of names, addresses etc.)  :: diretório
directory {n} (simulated folder)  :: diretório
dirge {n} (a mournful poem or piece of music composed or performed as a memorial to a dead person.)  :: elegia {f}, nénia {f} [Portugal], nênia {f} [Brazil]
dirigible {n} (a self-propelled airship that can be steered)  :: dirigível {m}
dirndl {n} (traditional Alpine women's dress)  :: dirndl {m}
dirt {n} (soil or earth)  :: terra {f}
dirt {n} (stain or spot (on clothes etc))  :: sujeira
dirt {n} (previously unknown negative information, kompromat)  :: sujeira {f}
dirtiness {n} (state or quality of being dirty)  :: sujidade {f}
dirty {adj} (covered with or containing dirt)  :: sujo {m}, suja {f}
dirty {adj} (that makes one dirty)  :: sujo {m}, suja {f}
dirty {adj} (morally unclean, obscene or indecent)  :: sujo {m}, suja {f}
dirty {adj} (dishonourable, violating standards or rules)  :: sujo {m}, suja {f}
dirty {adj} (illegal, improper)  :: sujo {m}, suja {f}
dirty {adj} (of color: discolored by impurities)  :: sujo {m}, suja {f}
dirty {adv} (in a dirty manner)  :: sujo
dirty {v} (to make dirty)  :: sujar
dirty {v} (to stain or tarnish with dishonor)  :: sujar, manchar, conspurcar
dirty {v} (to become soiled)  :: sujar-se
dis {v} (diss) SEE: diss  ::
dis {n} (diss) SEE: diss  ::
disability {n} (legal incapacity or incompetency)  :: incompetência {f}
disable {v} (to render unable; to take away the ability)  :: desabilitar
disable {v} (to impair the physical or mental abilities of)  :: aleijar, incapacitar
disable {v} (to deactivate a function of an electronical or mechanical device)  :: desabilitar, desativar, desligar
disabled {adj} (made incapable of use or action)  :: incapacitado
disabled {adj} (having a physical disability)  :: inválido
disaccharide {n} (a sugar consisting of two monosaccharides)  :: dissacarídeo {m}
disadvantage {n} (weakness)  :: desvantagem {f}
disadvantage {n} (setback or handicap)  :: desvantagem
disagree {v} (not harmonize)  :: discordar
disagree {v} (not correspond)  :: discordar
disallow {v} (to refuse to allow) SEE: forbid  ::
disambiguate {v} (remove ambiguities)  :: desambiguar, desambiguizar [Portugal], desambigüizar [Brazil]
disambiguation {n} (removal of ambiguity)  :: desambiguação, desambiguização [Portugal], desambigüização [Brazil]
disappear {v} (to vanish)  :: desaparecer, sumir
disappear {v} (to make vanish)  :: fazer sumir/desaparecer, sumir/desaparecer com
disappearance {n} (action of disappearing or vanishing)  :: desaparição {f}, desaparecimento, sumiço {m}
disappoint {v} (to displease by underperforming etc.)  :: desapontar, decepcionar
disappointed {adj} (defeated of hope or expectation)  :: decepcionado, desapontado
disappointing {adj} (that disappoints or disappoint)  :: decepcionante
disappointment {n} (emotion)  :: decepção {f}
disapprove {v} (to refuse to approve) SEE: reject  ::
disapprove {v} (to condemn)  :: desaprovar
disapprove {v} (to have or express unfavorable opinion)  :: desaprovar
disarm {v} (to deprive of arms)  :: desarmar
disarm {v} (to deprive of the means or the disposition to harm)  :: desarmar
disarmament {n} (the reduction of military forces and armaments)  :: desarmamento {m}
disarray {n} (Want of array or regular order)  :: cizânia {f}
disassemble {v} (to take to pieces)  :: desmontar
disaster {n} (unexpected catastrophe causing physical damage, etc.)  :: desastre {m}
disaster {n} (unforeseen event causing great loss, etc.)  :: desastre {m}
disastrous {adj} (of the nature of a disaster; calamitous)  :: desastroso
disband {v} (to break up or cause to cease to exist)  :: dispersar, debandar
disbelief {n} (unpreparedness, unwillingness, or inability to believe that something is the case)  :: descrença {f}, incredulidade {f}
disbelief {n} (astonishment)  :: surpresa {f}
disbelieve {v} (not believe)  :: descrer
disc {n} (disk) SEE: disk  ::
disc jockey {n} (disc jockey)  :: disc jockey {m} {f}, disco-jóquei {m} {f}
discard {v} (to throw away, reject)  :: descartar
discard {v} (to discard, set aside) SEE: remove  ::
discern {v} (to detect with the senses, especially with the eyes)  :: perceber
discern {v} (to perceive, recognize or comprehend with the mind; to descry)  :: discernir
discern {v} (to distinguish something as being different from something else; to differentiate)  :: discernir, distinguir, diferenciar
discern {v} (to perceive differences)  :: discernir
discharge {v} (to accomplish or complete, as an obligation)  :: cumprir
discharge {v} (to expel or let go)  :: dispensar
discharge {v} ((electricity) the act of releasing an accumulated charge)  :: descarregar
discharge {v} ((medicine) to release (an inpatient) from hospital)  :: dar auta
discharge {v} ((military) to release (a member of the armed forces) from service)  :: dispensar
discharge {v} (to operate (any weapon that fires a projectile, such as a shotgun or sling))  :: disparar
discharge {v} (unload)  :: descarregar
discharge {n} (act of accomplishing (an obligation))  :: cumprimento {m}
discharge {n} (act of expelling or letting go)  :: dispensa {f}
discharge {n} (act of releasing an accumulated charge)  :: descarregamento {m}, descarga {f}
discharge {n} (act of releasing an inpatient from hospital)  :: alta {f}
discharge {n} (act of releasing a member of the armed forces from service)  :: dispensa {f}
discharge {n} (volume of water transported by a river in a certain amount of time)  :: descarga {f}, vazão {f}
disciple {n} (person who learns from another)  :: discípulo {m}
disciple {n} (active follower or adherent)  :: discípulo {m}
discipline {n} (controlled behaviour, self-control)  :: disciplina {f}
discipline {n} (enforced compliance or control)  :: disciplina {f}
discipline {n} (systematic method)  :: disciplina {f}
discipline {n} (state of order)  :: disciplina {f}
discipline {n} (punishment)  :: castigo {m}
discipline {n} (specific branch or knowledge or learning)  :: disciplina {f}
discipline {n} (category in which a certain activity belongs)  :: disciplina {f}, modalidade {f}
discipline {v} (to train someone by instruction and practice)  :: disciplinar
discipline {v} (to teach someone to obey authority)  :: disciplinar
discipline {v} (to punish someone in order to (re)gain control)  :: disciplinar
disclose {v} (physically expose to view)  :: revelar, expor
disclose {v} (make known)  :: revelar, divulgar
disclosure {n} (the act of revealing something)  :: revelação {f}
disclosure {n} (the making known of facts)  :: exposição {f}
disco {n} (discotheque)  :: discoteca {f}
disco {n} (type of music)  :: disco {m}
discobolus {n} (a discus thrower)  :: discóbolo {m}, discóbulo {m}
discography {n} (complete collection of the releases of a musical act)  :: discografia {f}
discolored {adj} (deprived of color)  :: descolorido {m}
disconcerted {adj} (ruffled, upset and embarrassed)  :: desconcertado
disconcerted {adj} (self-consciously distressed)  :: desconcertado
disconcerted {adj} (frustrated and disarranged)  :: desconcertado
disconcerting {adj} (tending to cause discomfort, uneasiness or alarm; unsettling; troubling; upsetting)  :: desconcertante
disconfirm {v} (to establish the falsity of a claim or belief)  :: desconfirmar
disconfirmation {n} (a confirmation that something is not true)  :: desconfirmação {f}
disconsolate {adj} (cheerless, dreary)  :: melancólico
disconsolate {adj} (inconsolable)  :: desconsolado, desamparado
discontent {n} (dissatisfaction) SEE: dissatisfaction  ::
discontinuation {n} (interruption of continuity)  :: descontinuação {f}
discontinuation {n} (quitting a course of treatment with a drug)  :: descontinuação {f}
discontinuation {n} (stopping producing or supplying a product)  :: descontinuação {f}
discontinue {v} (to stop a process)  :: descontinuar
discord {n} (lack of agreement)  :: discórdia {f}
discord {n} (strife resulting from lack of agreement; dissension)  :: discórdia {f}
discord {n} (harsh or confused sound)  :: discórdia {f}
discord {n} (musical dissonance)  :: discórdia {f}
discotheque {n} (nightclub)  :: discoteca
discount {n} (reduction in price)  :: desconto {m}, abatimento {m}
discourage {v} (to dishearten)  :: desencorajar, desanimar, desalentar
discourage {v} (to persuade somebody not to do something)  :: despersuadir, dissuadir, desencorajar
discourse {n} (expression in (spoken or written) words)  :: discurso {m}
discourse {n} (formal lengthy exposition of some subject)  :: discurso {m}
discourse {n} (verbal exchange or conversation)  :: discussão {f}
discourse {n} (in social sciences)  :: discurso {m}
discourse analysis {n} (number of approaches to analyzing discourse)  :: análise do discurso {f}
discourteous {adj} (impolite)  :: descortês {m}
discover {v} (expose something previously covered)  :: descobrir, descobrir
discover {v} (find something for the first time)  :: descobrir
discovery {n} (something discovered)  :: descoberta {f}
discovery {n} (the discovering of new things)  :: descobrimento {m}, descoberta {f}
discredit {v} (harm reputation)  :: desacreditar
discredit {n} (act or state)  :: descrédito {m}
discredit {n} (degree)  :: descrédito {m}
discreet {adj} (respectful of privacy or secrecy; quiet; diplomatic)  :: discreto
discreet {adj} (not drawing attention, anger or challenge; inconspicuous)  :: discreto
discreetly {adv} (Acting in a discreet manner)  :: discretamente
discrepancy {n} (inconsistency)  :: discrepância {f}
discrepancy {n} (discrepant state)  :: discrepância {f}
discrete {adj} (Separate; distinct; individual)  :: distinguido {m} distinto {m}, discreto
discrete mathematics {n} (mathematical field)  :: matemática discreta {f}
discretely {adv} (as a separate independent unit)  :: discretamente
discretion {n} (the quality of being discreet or circumspect)  :: discrição {f}
discretionary {adj} (available at one's discretion)  :: discricionário
discrimination {n} (the act of making a distinction, noting differences between things)  :: discriminação {f}
discrimination {n} (distinct treatment on the basis of prejudice)  :: discriminação {f}
discriminatory {adj}  :: discriminatório
discursive {adj} (using reason and argument rather than intuition)  :: discursivo
discus {n} (round plate-like object for throwing)  :: disco {m}
discus {n} (athletics sport of throwing the discus)  :: arremesso de disco {m}
discus throw {n} (athletic event where a discus is thrown)  :: lançamento de disco {m}
discuss {v} (to converse or debate concerning a particular topic)  :: discutir
discussion {n} (conversation or debate)  :: discussão {f}
disdain {n} (feeling of contempt or scorn)  :: desdém {m}, desprezo {m}
disdain {v} (to regard with strong contempt)  :: desdenhar, desprezar
disease {n} (an abnormal condition of the body causing discomfort or dysfunction)  :: doença {f}
disembark {v} (remove from on board a vessel)  :: desembarcar
disembark {v} (to go ashore, to leave a train or airplane)  :: desembarcar
disembowel {v} (to take or let out the bowels)  :: desentranhar, estripar
disentangle {v} (extricate)  :: desembaraçar {f}
disfigure {v} (change appearance to the negative)  :: desfigurar
disgrace {n} (condition of being out of favor)  :: desgraça {f}
disgraceful {adj} (bringing or warranting disgrace)  :: vergonhoso, infame
disguise {n} (attire to hide/assume an identity)  :: disfarce {m}
disguise {v} (to change the appearance)  :: disfarçar
disguise {v} (to prevent revealing something secret)  :: esconder
disgust {v} (to cause an intense dislike for something)  :: enojar, repugnar
disgust {n} (an intense dislike or repugnance)  :: repugnância {f}, nojo {m}
disgusting {adj} (repulsive, distasteful)  :: nojento, asqueroso, repulsivo, nauseante, seboso [informal]
dish {n} (vessel for holding/serving food)  :: prato {m}, louça {f}
dish {n} (contents of such a vessel)  :: prato {m}
dish {n} (specific type of food)  :: prato {m}
dish {n} (tableware to be/being washed)  :: louça {f}
dish {n} (type of antenna)  :: parabólica {f}
dish {n} (slang: sexually attractive person)  :: gostosa {f}
disharmonic {adj} (not harmonic) SEE: disharmonious  ::
disharmonious {adj} (not harmonious)  :: desarmónico [Portugal], desarmônico [Brazil], inarmónico [Portugal], inarmônico [Brazil], desarmonioso
disharmony {n} (the absence of harmony)  :: desarmonia {f}
dishcloth {n} (for drying)  :: pano de prato {m}, pano de copa {m}, pano de louça {m}
dishearten {v} (discourage someone by removing their enthusiasm or courage)  :: desanimar, desalentar, descoroçoar, abater
dishevelled {adj} (untidy in appearance)  :: descabelado
dishonest {adj} (not honest)  :: desonesto {m}
dishonesty {n} (characteristic or condition of being dishonest)  :: desonestidade {f}
dishonesty {n} (an act which is fraudulent or dishonest)  :: desonestidade {f}
dishonor {n} (dishonour) SEE: dishonour  ::
dishonor {v} (dishonour) SEE: dishonour  ::
dishonorary {adj} (causing dishonour)  :: desonroso
dishonour {n} (shame or disgrace)  :: desonra {f}
dishonour {v} (to bring disgrace upon someone or something)  :: desonrar
dishtowel {n} (a cloth or towel used to dry dishes) SEE: tea towel  ::
dishware {n} (crockery)  :: louças
dishwasher {n} (machine)  :: lavalouça {f}
dishwasher {n} (person)  :: lavador de louça/louças {m}
disillusion {v} (to free or deprive of illusion; to disenchant)  :: desiludir
disillusion {n} (act or state of disenchanting or freeing from a false belief)  :: desilusão {f}
disillusioned {adj} (experiencing disillusionment)  :: desiludido
disincarnate {adj} (without a body)  :: desencarnado {m}
disincarnate {v} (to become a bodiless soul or spirit)  :: desencarnar
disinfect {v} (sterilize by the use of cleaning agent)  :: desinfetar
disinfectant {n} (A substance which kills germs and/or viruses)  :: desinfetante {m}
disinfection {n} (treatment)  :: desinfecção {f}
disinformation {n} (intentionally false information)  :: desinformação {f}
disingenuous {adj} (not noble; unbecoming true honor)  :: falso, vil
disintegrate {v} (cause to break into parts)  :: desintegrar
disintegrate {v} (break up into one's parts)  :: desintegrar
disintegration {n} (a process by which anything disintegrates)  :: desintegração {f}
disintegration {n} (the condition of anything which has disintegrated)  :: desintegração {f}
disinter {v} (To take out of the grave or tomb; to unbury; to exhume; to dig up)  :: desenterrar, exumar
disinter {v} (To bring out, as from a grave or hiding place; to bring from obscurity into view)  :: desenterrar
disinterest {v} (to render disinterested)  :: desinteressar
disinterested {adj} (having no stake in the outcome)  :: desinteressado
disinvite {v} (to cancel an invitation) SEE: uninvite  ::
disjoint {adj} (having no members in common)  :: disjunto
disjunction {n} (logic)  :: disjunção {f}
disjunctive {n} (disjunction) SEE: disjunction  ::
disk {n} (a thin, flat, circular plate)  :: disco
disk {n} (something resembling a disk)  :: disco {m}
disk {n} (a vinyl phonograph/gramophone record)  :: vinil {m}
disk {n} (a computer's hard disk)  :: disco {m}
disk jockey {n} (person who selects and plays recorded music) SEE: disc jockey  ::
diskette {n} (small, flexible, magnetic disk for storage and retrieval of data)  :: disquete {m}, disco flexível {m}
dislike {n} (feeling of distaste)  :: antipatia {f}, aversão {f}
dislike {v} (not to like something)  :: não gostar de, desgostar de
dislocation {n} (act or state of displacing)  :: deslocamento {m}, deslocação {f}
dislocation {n} (dislocating of a joint)  :: deslocamento {m}, deslocação {f}, luxação {f}
disloyal {adj} (without loyalty)  :: desleal
disloyally {adv} (in a disloyal manner)  :: deslealmente
disloyalty {n} (quality of being disloyal)  :: deslealdade {f}
dismal {adj} (disappointingly inadequate)  :: inadequado
dismal {adj} (gloomy and bleak)  :: sombrio
dismantle {v} (take apart)  :: desmantelar, destruir, desfazer, desmanchar, desmontar
dismay {n} (a sudden loss of courage)  :: espanto {m}
dismay {v} (to disable with alarm or apprehensions)  :: assombrar
dismember {v} (remove limbs)  :: desmembrar
dismember {v} (cut into pieces)  :: desmembrar
dismiss {v} (to discharge)  :: demitir, dispensar
dismiss {v} (to order to leave)  :: dispensar
dismiss {v} (to dispel)  :: descartar
dismiss {v} (to reject, refuse to accept)  :: rejeitar, dispensar
dismiss {v} (to give someone a red card)  :: expulsar
dismissal {n} (act of sending someone away)  :: dispensa {f}
dismissal {n} (deprivation of office)  :: dispensa {f}
disobedience {n} (refusal to obey)  :: desobediência {f}
disobedient {adj} (not obedient)  :: desobediente
disorder {n} (absence of order)  :: desordem {f}
disorder {n} (disturbance of civic order or of public order)  :: desordem {f}
disorder {n} (physical or psychical malfunction)  :: transtorno, desordem, distúrbio
disorderedly {adv} (in a disordered way)  :: desordenadamente
disorderly {adj} (not in order)  :: desordenado, bagunçado
disown {v} (to refuse to own)  :: renegar
disparage {v} (to dishonor by a comparison)  :: denegrir
disparaging {adj} (insulting)  :: insultante
disparate {adj} (composed of inherently different elements)  :: disperso {m}
disparity {n} (the state of being unequal; difference)  :: disparidade
dispatch {v} (To send with promptness)  :: despachar
dispatch {v} (To hurry)  :: apressar-se
dispatch {v} (To defeat)  :: despachar
dispatch {v} (To deprive)  :: privar
dispatch {n} (A message sent quickly)  :: despacho {m}
dispatch {n} (The act of dispatching)  :: despacho {m}
dispatch {n} (dismissal) SEE: dismissal  ::
dispel {v} (to drive away by scattering)  :: dissipar, dispersar
dispensable {adj} (able to be done without; able to be expended; easily replaced)  :: dispensável {m} {f}
disperse {v} (to scatter)  :: dispersar
disperse {v} (to dissipate)  :: dissipar
disperse {v} (to disseminate)  :: disseminar
disperse {v} (to refract)  :: refratar
disperse {v} (to distribute)  :: distribuir
dispersion {n} (state)  :: dispersão {f}
dispersion {n} (process)  :: dispersão {f}
dispersion {n} (degree of scatter of data)  :: dispersão {f}
dispersive {adj} (that causes dispersion)  :: dispersivo
dispersivity {n} (empirical property of a porous medium)  :: dispersividade {f}
dispirited {adj} (without spirit) SEE: despondent  ::
displacement {n} (the state of being displaced)  :: deslocamento {m}
displacement {n} (physics: vector quantity which denotes distance with a directional component)  :: deslocamento {m}
display {n} (spectacle)  :: exposição {f}, mostra {f}
display {n} (electronic screen)  :: display {m}, ecrã {m} [Portugal], tela {f} [Brazil]
display {v} (to show conspicuously)  :: exibir, mostrar, apresentar
disposable {n} (object that is designed to be disposed of)  :: descartável {n}
disposable {adj} (that can be disposed of)  :: descartável
disposable {adj} (that is designed to be discarded rather than refilled or repaired)  :: descartável
disposable {adj} (available to be used)  :: disponível
disposal {n} (arrangement, categorization, classification)  :: disposição
disposal {n} (disposing of)  :: dispensa {f}
disposal {n} (power to use something)  :: controle {m}
dispose {v} (to get rid of something)  :: [2-3] dispor
disproportionate {adj} (not proportionate)  :: desproporcionado
disproportionate {adj} (out of proportion)  :: desproporcional, desproporcionado
disproportionate {v} (to undergo disproportionation)  :: desproporcionar
dispute {n} (argument, failure to agree)  :: disputa {f}
disqualify {v} (to make ineligible)  :: desqualificar
disquisition {n} (discourse)  :: dissertação {f}, tratado {m}
disregard {v} (disregard) SEE: neglect  ::
disregard {n} (not paying attention or caring about)  :: desconsideração {f}
disregard {v} (to ignore)  :: ignorar, desconsiderar
disrespect {n} (lack of respect)  :: desrespeito {m}
disrespect {v} (to show a lack of respect)  :: desrespeitar
disrespectful {adj} (lacking respect)  :: desrespeitoso
disrupt {v} (to interrupt or impede something)  :: interromper, impedir, causar ruptura
disruption {n} (interruption)  :: ruptura
disruptive {adj} (causing disrupt or unrest)  :: diruptivo
diss {v} (to put someone down or show verbal disrespect)  :: difamar
dissatisfaction {n} (unhappiness or discontent)  :: descontentamento {m}
dissatisfied {adj} (feeling or displaying disappointment or a lack of contentment)  :: insatisfeito
dissatisfied {adj} (not satisfied (with the quality of something))  :: insatisfeito
dissect {v} (to study a dead animal's anatomy by cutting it apart)  :: dissecar
dissect {v} (to analyze an idea in detail by separating it into its parts)  :: dissecar
dissection {n} (the act of dissecting, of cutting a dead body apart)  :: dissecação {f}
disseminate {v} (transitive: to sow and scatter principles, etc. for propagation, like seed)  :: disseminar
disseminate {v} (to disseminate) SEE: disperse  ::
dissemination {n} (act of disseminating)  :: disseminação {f}
dissent {v} (to disagree)  :: dissentir, discordar
dissent {n} (disagreement with the ideas of an authority)  :: dissensão {f}, dissídio {m}, dissentimento {m}
dissertation {n} (formal exposition of a subject)  :: dissertação
disservice {n} (an ill turn or injury)  :: desserviço {m}
dissident {n} (person who opposes the current political structure, group or laws)  :: dissidente {m} {f}
dissident {n} (ecclesiastical: one who disagrees)  :: dissidente {m} {f}
dissimilar {adj} (not similar)  :: dissimilar
dissipate {v} (to dissipate) SEE: disperse  ::
dissociate {v} (to make unrelated)  :: dissociar
dissociate {v} (to part, stop associating)  :: distanciar-se, afastar-se
dissociate {v} (chemistry: to separate compounds into simpler parts)  :: dissociar
dissolute {adj} (dissolute)  :: dissoluto
dissolution {n} (termination of an organized body or legislative assembly)  :: dissolução {f}
dissolve {v} (to terminate a union of multiple members actively)  :: dissolver
dissolve {v} (transitive: to disintegrate into a solution by immersion)  :: dissolver
dissolve {v} (intransitive: to be disintegrated into a solution by immersion)  :: dissolver
dissolve {v} (to resolve itself as by dissolution)  :: dissolver
dissolve {v} (to disperse a group)  :: dissolver
dissuade {v} (convince not to try or do)  :: dissuadir
dissuasion {n} (act or dissuading)  :: dissuasão {f}
distaff {n} (part of a spinning wheel)  :: roca {f}
distal {adj} (remote from the point of attachment or origin)  :: distal
distal phalange {n} (bone)  :: falange distal {f}, falangeta {f}
distance {n} (amount of space between two points)  :: distância {3}
distance {v} (move away)  :: distanciar-se, afastar-se
distant {adj} (far off)  :: distante {m} {f}
distaste {n} (feeling of dislike)  :: aversão {m}
distasteful {adj} (having a bad or foul taste)  :: desagradável
distasteful {adj} (unpleasant)  :: desagradável
distasteful {adj} (offensive)  :: de mau gosto
distich {n} (a two line stanza making complete sense)  :: dístico {m}
distich {n} (couplet) SEE: couplet  ::
distichous {adj} (arranged in two rows on each side of an axis)  :: dístico
distichous {adj} (in the form of a distich)  :: dístico
distil {v} (to subject a substance to distillation)  :: destilar
distil {v} (to undergo distillation)  :: destilar
distil {v} (to make by means of distillation)  :: destilar
distill {v} (subject to distillation) SEE: distil  ::
distill {v} (undergo distillation) SEE: distil  ::
distill {v} (make by distillation) SEE: distil  ::
distill {v} (exude in small drops) SEE: distil  ::
distill {v} (trickle down in small drops) SEE: distil  ::
distillation {n} (falling in drips (act))  :: gotejamento {m}
distillation {n} (separation of a substance)  :: destilação {f}
distillation {n} (substance once extracted)  :: destilado {m}
distillery {n} (a place where distillation takes place)  :: destilaria
distinct {adj} (very clear)  :: distinto
distinct {adj} (different from one another)  :: distinto
distinct {adj} (noticeably different)  :: distinto
distinction {n} (that which distinguishes)  :: distinção {f}
distinction {n} (a feature that causes someone or something to be better)  :: distinção {f}
distinctly {adv} (in a distinct manner)  :: distintamente
distingue {adj} (fashionably distinguished or elegant)  :: distinto
distinguish {v} (to see someone or something as different from others)  :: distinguir
distinguishable {adj} (able, or easily able to be distinguished)  :: distinguível
distinguished {adj} (celebrated, well-known or eminent because of past achievements; prestigious)  :: distinto {m}
distort {v} (to bring something out of shape)  :: distorcer
distort {v} (to give false account of)  :: distorcer
distortion {n} (act of distorting)  :: distorção {f}
distortion {n} (result of distorting)  :: distorção {f}
distortion {n} (misrepresentation of the truth)  :: distorção {f}
distortion {n} (noise)  :: distorção {f}
distortion {n} (effect used in music)  :: distorção {f}
distract {v} (To divert the attention of)  :: distrair
distracted {adj} (having one's attention diverted; preoccupied)  :: distraído {m}
distraction {n} (something that distracts)  :: distracção {f} [Portugal], distração {f} [Brazil]
distraction {n} (the process of being distracted)  :: distracção {f} [Portugal], distração {f} [Brazil]
distraught {adj} (Deeply hurt, saddened, or worried)  :: transtornado, perturbado
distress {n} ((cause of) discomfort)  :: desconforto {m}
distress {n} (serious danger)  :: perigo {m}
distress {v} (cause strain or anxiety)  :: angustiar
distress {v} (retain someone’s property)  :: penhorar
distress {v} (treat to make look old)  :: desgastar
distribute {v} (to distribute) SEE: disperse  ::
distribute {v} (to divide into portions and dispense)  :: distribuir, parcelar
distribute {v} (to supply to retail outlets)  :: distribuir
distribute {v} (to deliver or pass out)  :: distribuir
distribute {v} (to scatter or spread)  :: espalhar, distribuir, repartir
distribute {v} (to apportion)  :: parcelar
distribute {v} (to classify or separate into categories)  :: classificar
distribution {n} (act of distribution or being distributed)  :: distribuição {f}
distribution {n} (apportionment by law of funds, property)  :: distribuição {f}
distribution {n} (process by which commodities get to final consumers)  :: distribuição {f}
distribution {n} (frequency of occurrence or extent of existence)  :: distribuição {f}
distribution {n} (anything distributed; portion; share)  :: parte {f}, porção {f}
distribution {n} (the result of distributing; arrangement)  :: distribuição {f}, arranjo {m}
distribution {n} (distribution in statistics)  :: distribuição {f}
district {n} (administrative division)  :: distrito
district {n} (area or region)  :: distrito, região {f}, zona {f}
distrust {n} (lack of trust or confidence)  :: desconfiança {f}
distrust {v} (to put no trust in)  :: desconfiar de
disturb {v} (confuse or irritate)  :: perturbar
disturbance {n} (act of disturbing, being disturbed)  :: estorvo {m}, perturbação {f}
disturbance {n} (something that disturbs)  :: estorvo {m}, perturbação {f}
disturbance {n} (interruption of that which is normal or regular)  :: perturbação {f}
disturbance {n} ((psychology) serious mental imbalance or illness)  :: distúrbio {m}, transtorno {m}
disuse {n} (disuse)  :: desuso {m}
disyllabic {adj} (comprising two syllables)  :: dissílabo
disyllabic {n} (a word consisting of two syllables)  :: dissílabo {m}
ditch {n} (trench)  :: trincheira
ditch {v} (to play hookey)  :: cabular aula, matar aula
dither {v} (to be unable to make a decision)  :: indeciso {m}
dithranol {n} (medicine for skin affected by psoriasis)  :: antralina {f}, ditranol {m}
ditsy {adj} (ditzy) SEE: ditzy  ::
ditto {adv} (likewise) SEE: likewise  ::
ditto {n} (the aforesaid)  :: dito, de acordo, idem
ditto {n} (ditto mark)  :: idem {m}
ditzy {adj} (silly or scatterbrained)  :: avoado {m}
diurnal {adj} (happening during daylight; primarily active during the day)  :: diurno
diurnal {adj} (botany; of flowers open or releasing perfume during the day)  :: diurno
diurnal {adj} (having a daily cycle)  :: diário
diurnal {adj} (done once every day)  :: diário
diurnal {n} (A book of canonical offices)  :: diurno {m}
divan {n} (sofa)  :: divã
dive {v} (to swim under water)  :: mergulhar
dive {v} (to jump into water)  :: mergulhar
dive {v} (to descend)  :: cair
dive {v} (imitate a foul)  :: simular
dive {n} (a jump into water)  :: mergulho {m}
dive {n} (a swim under water)  :: mergulho {m}
dive {n} (a decline)  :: queda {f}
dive {n} (seedy bar)  :: antro {m}, inferninho {m}
dive {n} (aerial descend with the nose pointed down)  :: mergulho {m}
dive {n} (deliberate fall after a challenge)  :: simulação {f}
diver {n} (someone who dives)  :: mergulhador {m}
diver {n} (the loon (bird)) SEE: loon  ::
diverge {v} (to run apart)  :: divergir
divergence {n} (the degree of divergence)  :: divergência {f}
divergence {n} (mathematical operator)  :: divergência {f}
diverse {adj} (various)  :: diverso
diverse {adj} (different)  :: diverso, diferente, distinto
diversification {n} (act of diversifying)  :: diversificação {f}
diversify {v} (To make diverse)  :: diversificar
diversion {n} (tactic used to draw attention away from the real threat or action)  :: diversão
diversity {n} (quality of being diverse; difference)  :: diversidade {f}
divest {v} (undress) SEE: undress  ::
divide {v} (split into two or more parts)  :: dividir, separar
divide {v} (divide up; share by dividing)  :: dividir, repartir
divide {v} (calculate quotient)  :: dividir
divide {v} (separate into two or more parts)  :: dividir-se, separar-se, partir
divide and conquer {v} (Divide and conquer)  :: dividir e conquistar
divide and rule {v} (Divide and conquer)  :: dividir e governar
dividend {n} (arithmetic: a number or expression)  :: dividendo {m}
dividend {n} (finance: a payment of money by a company to its shareholders)  :: dividendo {m}
divi-divi {n} (Caesalpinia coriaria, a leguminous tree of the Caribbean region)  :: dividivi {m}
divination {n} (act of divining)  :: adivinhação {f}
divine {n} (a deity) SEE: deity  ::
divine {adj} (of or pertaining to a god)  :: divino
divine {adj} (eternal, holy or otherwise godlike)  :: divino
divine {adj} (of superhuman or surpassing excellence)  :: divino
divine {adj} (beautiful, heavenly)  :: divino
divine {v} (foretell (something))  :: adivinhar
divine {v} (guess (something))  :: adivinhar
diving board {n} (springboard) SEE: springboard  ::
divinity {n} (property of being divine)  :: divindade {f}
divinity {n} (a deity)  :: divindade {f}
divisibility {n} (property of being divisible)  :: divisibilidade {f}
divisible {adj} (capable of being divided)  :: divisível
divisible {adj} (of an integer, that when divided leaves no remainder)  :: divisível
divisim {adv} (formal: separately) SEE: separately  ::
division {n} (act or process of dividing anything)  :: divisão {f}
division {n} (each of the parts resulting from division)  :: parte {f}
division {n} (arithmetic: process of dividing a number by another)  :: divisão {f}
division {n} (arithmetic: calculation involving this process)  :: divisão {f}
division {n} (large military unit)  :: divisão {f}
division {n} (section of a large company)  :: divisão {f}
division {n} (biology: taxonomic classification of plants)  :: divisão {f}
divisor {n} (arithmetic: a number or expression)  :: divisor {m}
divorcé {n} (a divorced man)  :: divorciado {m}
divorce {n} (legal dissolution of a marriage)  :: divórcio {m}, separação {f}
divorce {n} (separation of connected things)  :: separação {f}, divisão {f}
divorce {v} (to legally dissolve a marriage)  :: divorciar
divorce {v} (to end one's own marriage)  :: divorciar-se
divorce {v} (to separate something that was connected)  :: separar
divorce {v} (to obtain a legal divorce)  :: divorciar-se
divorced {adj} (having had one's marriage legally dissolved)  :: divorciado
divorcee {n} (a person divorced)  :: divorciado {m}
divulgation {n} (publication)  :: divulgação
divulge {v} (to make public)  :: divulgar
divvy up {v} (divide) SEE: divide  ::
dizziness {n} (state of being dizzy)  :: tontura {f}, vertigem {f}
dizzy {adj} (having a sensation of turning around)  :: tonto
dizzy {adj} (producing giddiness)  :: vertiginoso
dizzyness {n} (dizziness) SEE: dizziness  ::
déjà vu {n} (something which one has or suspects to have seen or experienced before)  :: déjà vu {m}
do {n} (hairdo)  :: penteado {m}
do {n} (tonic of the C major scale)  ::
do I know you {phrase} (do I know you?)  :: (eu) te conheço?, (eu) conheço você?
do it tough {v} (be in a desperate situation)  :: passar por dificuldades
do not disturb {phrase} (do not disturb)  :: não incomode
do not enter {phrase} (do not enter)  :: não entre
do the dishes {v} (to wash up dishes)  :: lavar a louça
do the right thing {v} (act ethically)  :: fazer a coisa certa
do you accept American dollars {phrase} (do you accept American dollars?)  :: aceitam dólares americanos?
do you accept credit cards {phrase} (do you accept credit cards?)  :: vocês aceitam cartões de crédito?
do you believe in God {phrase} (do you believe in God?)  :: você acredita em Deus?
do you come here often {phrase} (do you come here often?)  :: você vem sempre aqui?
do you have Wi-Fi {phrase} (do you have Wi-Fi?)  :: você tem Wi-Fi? {s}, vocês têm Wi-Fi? {p}
do you have a boyfriend {phrase} (do you have a boyfriend?)  :: você tem namorado?
do you have a girlfriend {phrase} (do you have a girlfriend?)  :: você tem namorada?
do you have a menu in English {phrase} (phrase)  :: [Brazil] você tem um cardápio em Inglês {m}
do you have any pets {phrase} (do you have pets?)  :: tem animais de estimação?
do you have children {phrase} (do you have children?)  :: tem filhos?
do you know {phrase} (do you know? (of knowledge))  :: (você) sabe, (tu) sabes
do you know {phrase} (do you know? (of acquaintance))  :: (você) conhece, (tu) conheces
do you need help {phrase} (Do you need help?)  :: você precisa de ajuda?
do you speak English {phrase} (do you speak English? (English specifically))  :: fala inglês?, falam inglês?
do you speak English {phrase} (do you speak...? (fill with the name of the current foreign language))  :: falas português?, [Brazil] você fala português?
do you think you can walk {phrase} (do you think you can walk?)  :: você acha que consegue andar?
doable {adj} (possible to do) SEE: feasible  ::
dobra {n} (official currency of São Tomé and Príncipe)  :: dobra
docile {adj} (yielding to control)  :: dócil
docileness {n} (docility) SEE: docility  ::
docility {n} (the quality of being docile)  :: docilidade {f}
dock {n} (any plant in genus Rumex)  :: azeda {f}, labaça {f}
dock {v} (to cut off a section of an animal's tail)  :: derrabar
dock {n} (fixed structure to which a vessel is secured)  :: doca {f}
dock {n} (body of water between two piers or wharves)  :: doca {f}
docker {n} (dockworker) SEE: dockworker  ::
dockworker {n} (worker at a dock)  :: estivador {m}
dockyard {n} (ship repair place)  :: estaleiro {m}
doctor {n} (physician)  :: doutor {m}, doutora {f}, médico {m}
doctor {n} (person who has attained a doctorate)  :: doutor {m}, doutora {f}
doctor {n} (veterinarian) SEE: veterinarian  ::
doctorate {n} (highest degree awarded by a university faculty)  :: doutorado {m}, doutoramento {m}
doctrinal {adj} (of or relating to a doctrine)  :: doutrinal, doutrinário
doctrine {n} (belief)  :: doutrina {f}
doctrine {n} (body of beliefs or teachings)  :: doutrina {f}
document {n} (original or official paper)  :: documento {m}
document {v} (to record in documents)  :: documentar
documentarian {n} (person whose profession is to create documentary films)  :: documentarista {m} {f}
documentary {adj} (of, related to or based on documents/that serves to document something)  :: documental
documentary {adj} (presented objectively without the insertion of fictional matter)  :: documental
documentary {n} (programme or publication of fact)  :: documentário {m}
documentary {n} (documentary film)  :: documentário {m}
documentation {n} (documents that explain the operation of a particular machine or software program)  :: documentação {f}
dodecahedron {n} (a polyhedron with 12 faces)  :: dodecaedro {m}
dodge {v} (to avoid by moving out of the way)  :: [Brazil] esquivar
dodgeball {n} (a sport)  :: queimada {f}
dodgem {n} (dodgem) SEE: bumper car  ::
dodgy {adj} (evasive and shifty)  :: evasivo {m}
dodgy {adj} (dishonest)  :: desonesto {m}
dodgy {adj} (risky)  :: arriscado {m}
dodo {n} (Raphus cucullatus)  :: [Portugal] dodó {m}, [Brazil] dodô {m}, dronte {m}
doe {n} (female deer)  :: corça {f}
doe {n} (female rabbit)  :: coelha {f}
doe {n} (female hare)  :: lebre {f}
does anyone here speak English {phrase} (does anyone here speak English?)  :: há alguém aqui que fala inglês?
dog days {n} (the days between early July and early September)  :: canícula {f}
dog food {n} (food eaten by dogs)  :: comida/ração para cachorros/cães {f}
dog meat {n} (dog eaten as meat)  :: carne de cachorro/cão {f}
dog rose {n} (the species Rosa canina)  :: rosa-de-cão {f}, rosa-canina {f}
dog shit {n} (deceitful statements, etc) SEE: bullshit  ::
dogal {adj} (of or pertaining to a doge)  :: dogal
doge {n} (chief magistrate in the republics of Venice and Genoa)  :: doge {m}
dogese {n} (language of dogs)  :: cachorrês {m}
dogfish {n} (shark in family Scyliorhinidae) SEE: catshark  ::
doggy {n} (a dog, especially a small one)  :: cachorrinho {m}
doggy style {adv} (in a position)  :: à canzana
doghouse {n} (kennel) SEE: kennel  ::
doghouse bass {n} (instrument) SEE: double bass  ::
dogma {n} (authoritative principle, belief or statement of opinion)  :: dogma {m}
dogma {n} (doctrine)  :: dogma {m}, doutrina {f}
dogmatic {adj} (asserting beliefs in an arrogant way)  :: dogmático
dogmatism {n} (arrogance in stating opinion)  :: dogmatismo {m}
do-gooder {n} (One who has an unreflected conviction of their own moral superiority)  :: cidadão de bem {m}
dogshit {n} (vulgar: something disgusting)  :: merda {f}, bosta {f}
dogwood {n} (tree or shrub of the genus Cornus)  :: corniso {m}
d'oh {interj} (expression of frustration)  :: não, droga, porcaria
dolce far niente {n} (enjoyment of idleness)  :: dolce far niente {m}
doline {n} (any sinkhole) SEE: sinkhole  ::
doll {n} (a toy in the form of a human)  :: boneca {f}, boneco {m}
doll up {v} (to dress oneself or another in formal or ostentatious clothing)  :: embonecar
dollar {n} (designation for specific currency)  :: dólar {m}
dollhouse {n} (miniature house for dolls) SEE: doll's house  ::
dollop {n} (considerable lump)  :: bocado {m}
doll's house {n} (miniature house for dolls)  :: casa de bonecas/boneca {f}
dolmen {n} (tomb consisting of a capstone supported by two or more upright stones)  :: dólmen {m}
dolomite {n} (mineral)  :: dolomita {f}
dolphin {n} (aquatic mammal)  :: golfinho {m}, delfim {m}
dolphin {n} (dauphin) SEE: dauphin  ::
dolt {n} (A stupid person; a blockhead or dullard)  :: imbecil {m}
domain {n} (geographic area owned or controlled by a single person or organization)  :: domínio {m}
domain {n} (a field or sphere of activity, influence or expertise)  :: domínio {m}
domain {n} (group of related items)  :: domínio {m}
domain {n} ((mathematics) the set on which a function is defined)  :: domínio {m}
domain {n} (DNS domain name)  :: domínio {m}
domain {n} (collection of DNS domain names)  :: domínio {m}
domain {n} (collection of computers)  :: domínio {m}
domain {n} ((taxonomy) highest-level grouping of organisms)  :: domínio {m}
domain {n} (folded section of a protein)  :: domínio
dome {n} (architectural element)  :: domo
domestic {adj} (of or relating to the home)  :: doméstico {m}, doméstica {f}
domestic {adj} (of or relating to activities normally associated with the home, wherever they actually occur)  :: doméstico
domestic {adj} ((of a domesticated animal) kept by someone)  :: domesticado {m}, domesticada {f}, doméstico
domestic {adj} (internal to a specific country)  :: doméstico, nacional
domestic {n} (house servant; a maid)  :: empregada doméstica {f}, empregada {f}
domestic cat {n} (a domesticated cat)  :: gato doméstico {m}
domestic debt {n} (debt owed to creditors resident in the same country as debtor)  :: dívida interna {f}, dívida pública {f}
domestic duck {n} (any duck that has been domesticated)  :: pato doméstico {m}
domestic violence {n} (violence committed in a domestic setting)  :: violência doméstica {f}
domesticate {v} (to make domestic)  :: domesticar
domesticate {v} (to make fit for domestic life)  :: domesticar
domesticate {v} ((transitive) to adapt to live with humans)  :: domesticar
domesticate {v} ((intransitive) to adapt to live with humans)  :: domesticar-se
domesticated {adj} (tame)  :: domesticado
domicile {n} (home or residence)  :: domicílio {m}
dominance {n} (state of being dominant)  :: domínio {m}, dominância {f}, controle {m}
dominance {n} (being in a position over others)  :: domínio {m}, dominância {f}
dominance {n} (superior development or preference for one side of the body or for one of a pair of organs)  :: dominância {f}
dominance {n} (property of a gene)  :: dominância {f}
dominant {n} (tone of a musical scale)  :: dominante {f}
dominant {adj} (ruling, governing)  :: dominante
dominant {adj} (predominant, common)  :: dominante
dominate {adj} (to govern, rule or control by superior authority or power)  :: dominar
domination {n} (act of dominating)  :: dominação {f}, domínio {m}
domino {n} (block used in dominoes)  :: dominó {m}
domino effect {n} (chain of events)  :: efeito dominó {m}
dominoes {n} (game)  :: dominó {m}
don {v} (put on clothes)  :: vestir
don {n} (professor) SEE: professor  ::
donate {v} (to give away something of value)  :: doar
donation {n} (a voluntary gift or contribution for a specific cause)  :: doação {f}
donatism {n} (Christian belief)  :: donatismo {m}
done {adj} ((of food) ready, fully cooked)  :: pronto
done {adj} (In a state of having completed or finished an activity)  :: pronto, feito, terminado, acabado
done {adj} (being exhausted or fully spent)  :: acabado
dong {n} (currency)  :: dong {m}
donjon {n} (fortified tower) SEE: keep  ::
donkey {n} (a domestic animal, see also: ass)  :: asno {m}, jerico {m}, jegue {m}, jumento {m}, burro {m}
donkey {n} (a stubborn person)  :: jumento {m}, jumenta {f}, asno {m}, jegue {m}, burro {m}
donkey {n} (a fool)  :: jumento {m}, jumenta {f}, asno {m}, jegue {m}, burro {m}
donor {n} (one who donates)  :: doador
don't {v} (do not)  :: não
don't count your chickens before they're hatched {proverb} (don't count on things if you don't have them yet)  :: não conte com o ovo dentro da galinha, não conte com o ovo antes da galinha botar
don't hold your breath {phrase} (don't wait)  :: espera sentado
don't let the door hit you on the way out {phrase} (good riddance) SEE: good riddance  ::
don't look a gift horse in the mouth {proverb} (a phrase referring to unappreciatively questioning of a gift or handout too closely)  :: a cavalo dado não se olha os dentes, a cavalo dado não se olham os dentes
don't mention it {phrase} (it is too trivial to warrant thanks)  :: de nada, não há de quê
don't worry {phrase} (indicates to the interlocutor not to worry about something)  :: não se preocupe
donut {n} (deep-fried piece of dough) SEE: doughnut  ::
doodad {n} (thingy) SEE: thingy  ::
doodah {n} (thingy) SEE: thingy  ::
doodle {n} (small mindless sketch)  :: rabisco {m}
doohickey {n} (a thing)  :: coisa {f}, negócio {m}
doom {n} (Last Judgment) SEE: Last Judgment  ::
doomed {adj} (certain to suffer death, failure, or a similarly negative outcome)  :: condenado
doomsday {n} (day when God is expected to judge the world)  :: dia do juízo final {m}
door {n} (portal of entry into a building, room or vehicle)  :: porta {f}
door handle {n} (mechanism used to open or close a door)  :: maçaneta {f}, trinco {m}
door to door {adv} (from one household or business to the next)  :: de porta em porta
door to door {adv} (from ultimate origin to ultimate destination)  :: porta a porta
door to door {adv} (from ultimate shipper to ultimate recipient)  :: porta a porta
doorbell {n} (device on or adjacent to an outer door for announcing one's presence)  :: campainha {f}
do-or-die {adj} (desperate effort)  :: matar ou morrer
doorhandle {n} (door handle) SEE: door handle  ::
doorjamb {n} (upright post on either side of the door)  :: umbral {m}
doorkeeper {n} (person in charge of an entryway)  :: porteiro {m}
doorknob {n} (circular device attached to a door, the rotation of which permits the unlatching of a door)  :: maçaneta {f}
doorknocker {n} (door knocker)  :: aldrava {f}
doorman {n} (man who holds open the door at the entrance to a building)  :: porteiro {m}
doormat {n} (coarse mat that appears at the entrance to a house)  :: capacho {m}
doormat {n} (someone that is over-submissive to other's wishes)  :: capacho {m}
doorpost {n} (doorjamb) SEE: doorjamb  ::
doorstep {n} (threshold of a doorway)  :: soleira {f}
doorstep {n} (big slice of bread)  :: fationa {f}
doorway {n} (passage of a door)  :: vão da porta {m}, porta {f}
doorwoman {n} (woman who holds open the door at the entrance to a building)  :: porteira {f}
dopamine {n} (the neurotransmitter)  :: dopamina {f}
dopaminergic {adj} (containing, involving or transmitting dopamine)  :: dopaminérgico
doping {n} (use of drugs to improve athletic performance)  :: doping {m}
doping {n} (addition of small quantities of an element to a semiconductor)  :: doping {m}
doppelganger {n} (ghostly double of a living person)  :: doppelganger {m}, Doppelgänger {m}
doppelganger {n} (remarkably similar double)  :: sósia {m} {f}
dorama {n} (Japanese TV drama)  :: dorama {m}
dormant {adj} (inactive, asleep, suspended)  :: dormente, inativo
dormant volcano {n} (inactive volcano that may return active)  :: vulcão dormente {m}
dormer {n} (dormer-window) SEE: dormer-window  ::
dormer-window {n} (upright window in a roof)  :: trapeira
dormitive principle {n} (rhetoric)  :: princípio dormitivo {m}
dormitive virtue {n} (rhetoric)  :: virtude dormitiva {f}
dormitory {n} (room for sleeping)  :: dormitório {m}
dormitory {n} (building or part thereof)  :: dormitório {m}
dormouse {n} (rodent)  :: arganaz {m}
dorsal {adj} (relating to the side in which the backbone is located)  :: dorsal
dorsal {adj} (relating to the top surface of foot or hand)  :: dorsal
dorsal fin {n} (fin on a marine animal's back)  :: nadadeira/barbatana dorsal {f}
dose {n} (measured portion of medicine)  :: dose {f}
dose {n} (quantity of an agent administered at any one time)  :: dose {f}
dose {v} (to administer a dose)  :: dosar
dose {v} (to prescribe a dose)  :: dosar
dossier {n} (A collection of papers and/or other sources)  :: dossiê {m}
dot {n} (small spot or mark)  :: ponto {m}
dot {n} (punctuation mark)  :: ponto {m}
dot {n} (diacritical mark)  :: ponto {m}
dot {n} (decimal point)  :: ponto {m}
dot {n} (morse code symbol)  :: ponto {m}
dot {n} (dot in URL's or email addresses)  :: ponto {m}
dot matrix {n} (two-dimensional array or pattern of dots)  :: de agulhas, matricial
dot product {n} (scalar product) SEE: scalar product  ::
dot the i's and cross the t's {v} (Take care of every detail)  :: pôr os pontos nos ii
dot-com bubble {n}  :: bolha ponto-com {f}
dots per inch {n} (measure of a number of pixels per inch)  :: pontos por polegada
double {adj} (made up of two matching or complementary elements)  :: duplo
double {adj} (twice the quantity)  :: dobro
double {n} (twice the number or size etc)  :: dobro {m}
double {n} (a person resembling or standing for another)  :: sósia {mf}
double {v} (to multiply by two)  :: dobrar, duplicar
double {v} (to fold over so as to make two folds)  :: dobrar
double agent {n} (spy)  :: agente duplo {m}
double bass {n} (largest instrument of violin family)  :: contrabaixo {m}
double bass {n} (deepest of male voices)  :: baixo profundo {m}
double bed {n} (a bed designed for two adults)  :: cama de casal
double check {n} (An extra check or verification made a second time, usually with additional caution or attention.)  :: rechecagem {f}
double check {v} (to check again)  :: rechecar
double chin {n} (a layer of fat under the chin)  :: queixo duplo {m}, papo {m}
double entendre {n} (phrase with two meanings)  :: duplo sentido {m}
double life {n} (double life)  :: vida dupla {f}
double negative {n} (phrase in which there are two negative words)  :: duplo negativo {m}, negativo duplo {m}
double penetration {n} (The simultaneous penetration of one or more orifices of one person by two other people)  :: dupla penetração {f}
double standard {n} (the situation of groups one of which is excused from following a standard)  :: dois pesos, duas medidas
double star {n} (double star)  :: estrela dupla {f}
double-click {n} (action or event of pushing mouse-button twice)  :: clique duplo {m}
double-click {v} (to push a mouse-button twice)  :: dar um clique duplo, clicar duas vezes
double-decker {n} (vehicle with two decks)  :: autocarro/ônibus de dois andares {m}
double-edged sword {n} (idiomatic)  :: faca de dois gumes {f} [a knife with two edges]
double-park {v} (to park a car next to a car already parked on the side of a street)  :: estacionar em fila dupla
doublet {n} (article of men's clothing)  :: gibão
doublethink {n} (The power of holding two contradictory beliefs)  :: duplipensar {m}
double-u {n} (name of the letter W, w)  :: dáblio {m}, duplo vê
doubloon {n} (former Spanish gold coin)  :: dobrão {m}
doubt {n} (uncertainty)  :: dúvida {f}, incerteza {f}
doubt {v} (to lack confidence in something)  :: duvidar
doubtful {adj} (subject to, or causing doubt)  :: duvidoso, dúbio
doubtful {adj} (experiencing or showing doubt)  :: incerto
doubtful {adj} (undecided or of uncertain outcome)  :: incerto
doubtful {adj} (improbable or unlikely)  :: duvidoso
doubtfully {adv} (doubtful manner)  :: dubitavelmente
doubting Thomas {n} (one who requires proof)  :: Tomé incrédulo {m}
douche {n} (a jet or current of water or vapour directed upon some part of the body to benefit it medicinally)  :: duche, [Brazil] ducha
douche {v} (to use a douche)  :: duchar
douchebag {n} (slang: jerk, idiot)  :: cretino {m}, cuzão {m}
dough {n} (mix of flour and other ingredients)  :: massa {f}, pasta {f}
dough {n} (money (slang))  :: grana {f}
doughnut {n} (deep-fried piece of dough or batter)  :: rosca {f}, rosquinha {f} [ring-shaped donut], sonho {m} [filled donut]. Both used in Brazil, donut {m}
doula {n} (support person)  :: doula {f}
dour {adj} (stern, harsh and forbidding)  :: duro {m}, rígido {m}
douroucouli {n} (monkey of genus Aotus)  :: macaco-da-noite {m}
douse {v} (plunge suddenly into water; duck; immerse)  :: imergir
dove {n} (bird of the family Columbidae)  :: pombo {m}, pomba {f}
dovecot {n} (dovecote) SEE: dovecote  ::
dovecote {n} (house or box in which domestic pigeons breed)  :: pombal {m}
dovehouse {n} (dovecote) SEE: dovecote  ::
down {n} (hill, rolling grassland)  :: colina {f}
down {adv} (from a high to a low position, downwards)  :: abaixo, para baixo, [archaic] juso
down {adv} (in a lower position)  :: embaixo
down {adv} (south)  :: embaixo
down {adv} (away from the city)  :: fora
down {prep} (from one end to another)  :: por, através de
down {adj} (depressed)  :: triste, deprimido
down {adj} (on a lower level than before)  :: baixo
down {adj} (inoperable; out of service)  :: em baixo
down {v} (to drink or swallow)  :: engolir
down {n} (soft, immature feathers)  :: penugem {f}
down and out {adj} (in a condition of poverty or debility)  :: morto de fome {m}, morta de fome {f}, na pior
down payment {n} (payment representing a fraction of the price)  :: entrada {f}, sinal {f}
down quark {n} (down quark)  :: quark down {m}
down the hatch {prep} (into the mouth and down the throat)  :: goela abaixo
down the toilet {prep} (wasted, squandered; irretrievable)  :: ralo abaixo
down with {interj} (away with (...!))  :: abaixo
downfall {n} (precipitous decline in fortune; death or rapid deterioration, as in status or wealth)  :: ruína {f}, queda {f}
downhill {adj} (easy) SEE: easy  ::
downhill {adv} (down a slope)  :: ladeira abaixo
downhill {n} (alpine skiing) SEE: alpine skiing  ::
downing {n} (defeat) SEE: defeat  ::
download {n} (file transfer to the local computer)  :: download {m}, descarregamento {m}
download {v} (to transfer data from a remote computer to a local one)  :: descarregar, baixar [Brazil], fazer download, sacar [colloquial]
downpour {n} (heavy rain)  :: temporal, toró {m}
downstairs {adv} (downstairs (adverb))  :: embaixo
downstream {adj} (Lower down, in relation to a river or stream)  :: jusante
downstream {adj} (Biology: towards the 3' end of a DNA molecule)  :: à jusante
downstream {adv} (Following the path of a river or stream)  :: jusante {f}
down-to-earth {adj} (practical; realistic)  :: prático, pragmático
downtown {n} (either the lower, or the business center of a city or town)  :: centro, baixa {f}
downturn {n} (a downward trend, or the beginnings of one)  :: declínio
dowry {n} (property or payment given at time of marriage)  :: dote {m}
dowser {n} (one who uses the dowser or divining rod)  :: rabdomante {m} {f}, vedor {m}
doxology {n} (expression of praise to God, especially a short hymn)  :: doxologia {f}
doze {v} (to sleep lightly or briefly)  :: cochilar, tirar (uma) soneca
doze {n} (short sleep or nap)  :: soneca {f}, cochilo {m}
doze off {v} (fall asleep unintentionally)  :: cair no sono
dozen {n} (twelve)  :: dúzia {f}
département {n} (administrative unit in various French-speaking countries)  :: departamento {m}
drachma {n} (currency)  :: dracma {f}
draconian {adj} (severe, oppressive or strict)  :: draconiano
draft {n} (early version of a written work)  :: rascunho
draft {n} (preliminary sketch)  :: esboço {m}
draft {n} (depth of water needed to float ship)  :: calado {m}
draft {n} (current of air)  :: corrente {f}
draft {n} (amount of liquid that is drunk in one swallow)  :: gole, trago {m}
draft {n} (order for money to be paid)  :: cheque
draft {n} (conscription)  :: alistamento
draft {v} (to write a first version)  :: esboçar
draft {v} (to conscript a person)  :: recrutar, alistar
draftee {n} (one who is drafted)  :: recruta
drag {n} (street) SEE: street  ::
drag {v} (to pull along a surface)  :: arrastar
drag queen {n} (male who dresses up in women's clothing)  :: transformista {m} {f}
dragée {n} (a sweet or confection, originally used to administer drugs, medicine, etc.)  :: drageia {f}
dragnet {n} (net dragged across the bottom)  :: rasca {f}, arrastão {m}
dragoman {n} (an interpreter, especially for the Arabic and Turkish languages)  :: dragomano {m}, drogomano {m}
dragon {n} (mythical creature)  :: dragão {m}
dragon {n} (pejorative: unpleasant woman)  :: dragão {m}
dragon {n} (Komodo dragon) SEE: Komodo dragon  ::
dragon {n} (lizard of the genus Draco) SEE: Draco  ::
dragon {n} (constellation Draco) SEE: Draco  ::
dragon boat {n} (a type of boat raced in Chinese festivals)  :: barco dragão {m}
dragon fruit {n} (fruit)  :: pitaia {f}, pitaya {f}
dragonfly {n} (insect of the infraorder Anisoptera)  :: libélula {f}
dragon's wort {n} (tarragon) SEE: tarragon  ::
dragonwort {n} (a perennial herb of Europe and Asia, Bistorta officinalis)  :: bistorta {f}
dragoon {n} (horse soldier)  :: dragão {m}
drain {n} (conduit for liquids)  :: dreno {m}, ralo {m}
drain {n} (something consuming resources with no gains)  :: ralo {m}
drain {v} (cause liquid to flow out of)  :: drenar, escoar
drain {v} (dry out a wet place)  :: drenar, secar
drain {v} (deplete of energy)  :: drenar
drainage {n} (removal of water)  :: drenagem {f}
drainage basin {n} (topographic region in which all water drains to a common outlet)  :: bacia hidrográfica {f}
drainage system {n} (pattern formed by the streams, rivers, and lakes in a particular drainage basin)  :: rede de drenagem, rede hidrográfica
draisine {n} (light auxiliary rail vehicle)  :: trole {m}
drake {n} (male duck)  :: pato {m}, marreco {m}
drake {n} (small dragon)  :: dragãozinho {m}
dram {n} (Greek weight) SEE: drachma  ::
dram {n} (⅛ oz. avoirdp.)  :: dracma {f}
dram {n} (minute quantity)  :: dedo {m}
dram {n} (small quantity of an alcoholic drink)  :: dedo {m}
drama {n} (composition)  :: drama {m}
drama {n} (brought through the media)  :: drama {m}
drama {n} (theatrical plays)  :: drama {m}
drama {n} (dramatic situation)  :: drama {m}
dramatic {adj} (of or relating to the drama)  :: dramático
dramatic {adj} (striking in appearance or effect)  :: dramático, assombroso
dramatism {n} (dramatic speech or writing)  :: dramatismo {m}
dramatist {n} (playwright) SEE: playwright  ::
dramaturgy {n} (art of dramaturgic composition)  :: dramaturgia {f}
drape {n} (curtain, drapery) SEE: curtain  ::
drapery {n} (countable: a piece of cloth, hung vertically as a curtain)  :: cortina {f}
drastic {adj} (extreme, severe)  :: drástico
draught {n} (game piece)  :: peça (de damas) {f}
draughts {n} (game for two players)  :: damas {f-p}
draw {v} (to produce a picture)  :: desenhar
draw {v} (to drag, pull)  :: puxar
draw {v} (to pull out)  :: sacar
draw {v} (to extract a liquid, or cause a liquid to come out)  :: tirar, extrair
draw {v} (to attract)  :: atrair
draw {v} (to deduce or infer)  :: inferir, deduzir
draw {v} (to rely on)  :: confiar
draw {v} (archery: to pull back the arrow)  :: puxar
draw {v} (to close curtains etc.)  :: fechar
draw {v} (to end a game with neither side winning)  :: empatar {m}
draw {v} (to consume)  :: consumir
draw {v} (to determine the result of a lottery)  :: sortear
draw {n} (tie as a result of a game)  :: empate {m}
draw {n} (procedure by which the result of a lottery is determined)  :: sorteio {m}
draw {v} (to cause) SEE: cause  ::
draw {v} (to inhale) SEE: inhale  ::
draw {v} (to disembowel) SEE: disembowel  ::
draw attention {v} (to rouse someone to notice something, to cause someone to focus on something)  :: chamar a atenção
draw up {v} (to compose a document)  :: redegir
drawback {n} (a disadvantage)  :: desvantagem {f}
drawbridge {n} (bridge which can be raised)  :: ponte levadiça {f}
drawer {n} (open-topped box in a cabinet used for storing)  :: gaveta {f}
drawer {n} (one who draws something)  :: desenhista {m} {f}
drawer {n} (artist who primarily makes drawings)  :: desenhista {m} {f}
drawer {n} (a barman)  :: barman
drawers {n} (plural of drawer) SEE: drawer  ::
drawing {n} (picture, likeness, diagram or representation)  :: desenho
drawing {n} (act of producing a picture)  :: desenhação {f}
drawing {n} (graphic art form)  :: desenho {m}
drawing {n} (action where the outcome is selected by chance using a draw)  :: sorteio {m}
drawing pin {n} (tack for attaching paper) SEE: thumbtack  ::
dread {v} (to fear greatly)  :: temer
dread {v} (to anticipate with fear)  :: temer
dread {n} (great fear in view of impending evil)  :: temor {m}, terror {m}
dread {n} (somebody or something dreaded)  :: terrível {m}
dreadful {adj} (causing dread)  :: horrível, pavoroso {m}, terrível, temível, amedrontador
dreadfully {adv} (in a dreadful manner)  :: terrivelmente
dreadfully {adv} (exceptionally, eminently, very much)  :: terrivelmente
dreadlocks {n} (hair left to grow into long matted strings)  :: dread {m}, dreads {m-p}, dreadlock {m}, dreadlocks {m-p}, rastas {m-p}
dream {n} (imaginary events seen while sleeping)  :: sonho {m}
dream {n} (hope or wish)  :: sonho {m}, desejo {m}
dream {v} (see imaginary events while sleeping)  :: sonhar
dream {v} (to hope, to wish)  :: sonhar, desejar
dream {v} (to create an imaginary experience)  :: sonhar
dream {v} (daydream) SEE: daydream  ::
dreamcatcher {n} (decorative Native American object)  :: catasonhos {m}, filtro dos sonhos {m}, caçador de sonhos {m}, apanhador de sonhos {m}
dreamer {n} (ladybird) SEE: ladybird  ::
dreamer {n} (one who dreams)  :: sonhador {m}
dreamer {n} (someone whose beliefs are far from realistic)  :: sonhador {m}
dreary {adj} (drab)  :: melancólico
dredge {n} (dredging machine)  :: draga {f}
dredge {v} (to make a channel deeper)  :: dragar
dredge {v} (to bring something to the surface with a dredge)  :: dragar
dredge {v} (to unearth)  :: dragar
dredge {n} (dragnet) SEE: dragnet  ::
dreggy {adj} (muddy) SEE: muddy  ::
dregs {n} (settled sediment)  :: borra {f}
dregs {n} (the worst and lowest)  :: escória {f}
dreidel {n} (four-sided spinning top)  :: dreidel
drench {v} (to soak, to make very wet)  :: ensopar, encharcar
drenched {adj} (completely wet; sodden)  :: ensopado, encharcado
dress {n} (garment)  :: vestido {m}
dress {n} (apparel)  :: vestimenta {f}, traje
dress {v} (to clothe (something or somebody))  :: vestir
dress {v} (to clothe oneself)  :: vestir-se
dress rehearsal {n} (rehearsal prior to a public spectacle, where all the performers are in costume)  :: ensaio geral {m}
dress shirt {n} (collared shirt)  :: camisa social {f}
dresser {n} (bedroom furniture)  :: cómoda {f} [Portugal], cômoda {f} [Brazil]
dressing {n} (material applied to a wound)  :: curativo
dressing {n} (sauce, especially a cold one for salads)  :: tempero {m}
dressing {n} (something added to the soil as a fertilizer)  :: adubo {m}
dressing gown {n} (item of clothing)  :: roupão {m}
dressing room {n} (changing room)  :: camarim {m}
dressing table {n} (low table equipped with mirror for dressing and makeup)  :: toucador {m}, penteadeira {f}
dressing-down {n} (reprimand) SEE: reprimand  ::
dressmaker {n} (person who makes women's clothes)  :: costureira {f}
dribble {v} (to let saliva drip from the mouth)  :: babar
dribble {v} (to fall in drops or an unsteady stream)  :: gotejar, pingar
dribble {v} (to run with the ball, controlling its path with the feet)  :: driblar
dribble {v} (to bounce the ball with one hand at a time)  :: driblar
dribble {v} (to advance by dribbling)  :: driblar
dribble {n} (sport)  :: drible
dried {adj} (without water or moisture)  :: seco
dried fruit {n} (small fruit that have been preserved by drying)  :: fruta seca {f}, passa {f}
drift {n} (shallow place in a river) SEE: ford  ::
drift {n} (act or motion of drifting)  :: deriva {f} [on water], derrapagem {f} [on land]
drift {v} (to move slowly, pushed by currents of water, air, etc)  :: derivar
drift {v} (to move haphazardly without any destination)  :: derivar
drift {v} (to deviate gently from the intended direction of travel)  :: derivar
drill {v} (to make a hole)  :: furar, perfurar, brocar
drill {v} (to practice)  :: treinar, exercitar
drill {v} (to repeat in order to make remember)  :: inculcar
drill {v} (to investigate closer)  :: averiguar
drill {n} (tool)  :: furadeira {f}, berbequim {m}
drill {n} (driving part of a drill)  :: broca {f}
drill {n} (activity done as an exercise or practice)  :: treino {m}
drink {v} (consume liquid through the mouth)  :: beber, tomar
drink {v} (consume alcoholic beverages)  :: beber, tomar
drink {n} (served beverage)  :: bebida {f}
drink {n} (served alcoholic beverage)  :: bebida {f}, drinque {m}
drink {n} (action of drinking)  :: bebida {f}
drink {n} (type of beverage)  :: bebida {f}, coquetel {m}
drink {n} (alcoholic beverages in general)  :: bebida {f}, álcool {m}
drink like a fish {v} (drink alcohol heavily)  :: beber como uma esponja
drinkable {adj} (safe to drink)  :: potável, bebível
drinker {n} (one that drinks)  :: bebedor {m}
drinker {n} (regular drinker)  :: bebedor {m}
drinking fountain {n} (device that is used to provide water to drink)  :: bebedouro
drinking game {n} (game involving drinking)  :: jogo de beber {m}
drinking horn {n} (drinking vessel fashioned from an animal's horn)  :: corno {m}
drinking straw {n} (a long plastic or paper tube through which a drink is drunk)  :: canudo {m} [Brazil], palhinha [Portugal]
drinking water {n} (water for humans)  :: água potável {f}
drip {v} (to fall one drop at a time)  :: pingar, gotejar
drip {v} (to leak slowly)  :: vazar
drip {v} (to put a small amount of a liquid on something, drop by drop)  :: pingar
drip {n} (a drop of a liquid)  :: pingo {m}, gota {f}
drip {n} (a boring or otherwise uninteresting person)  :: chato {m}
drip {n} (an apparatus that slowly releases a liquid)  :: bolsa {f}
dripping {n} (fat)  :: chorume {m}
drive {n} (motivation to do or achieve)  :: motivação {f}
drive {n} (trip made in a motor vehicle)  :: viagem/passeio (de carro/automóvel)
drive {n} (driveway)  :: entrada {f}
drive {n} (psychology: desire or interest)  :: desejo {m}, vontade {f}
drive {n} (computing: mass-storage device)  :: drive {m}
drive {v} (herd (animals) in a particular direction)  :: tocar, tanger
drive {v} (cause animals to flee out of)  :: espantar
drive {v} (move something by hitting it with great force)  :: impelir
drive {v} (cause a mechanism to operate)  :: operar
drive {v} (operate (a wheeled motorized vehicle))  :: dirigir, conduzir
drive {v} (to motivate)  :: levar
drive {v} (cause to become)  :: deixar
drive {v} (to travel by operating a motorized vehicle)  :: dirigir
drive someone crazy {v} (cause insanity)  :: enlouquecer
drive someone crazy {v} (annoy)  :: enlouquecer, deixar louco
drive-in {n} (outdoor cinema)  :: drive-in {m}
drivel {n} (senseless talk)  :: besteira {f}, bobagem {f}
drivel {n} (saliva, drool)  :: baba {f}
drivel {v} (to have saliva drip from the mouth)  :: babar
driver {n} (one who drives something)  :: condutor {m}
driver {n} (something that drives something)  :: condutor {m}
driver {n} (person who drives a motorized vehicle, such as a car or a bus)  :: motorista, condutor {m}
driver {n} (person who drives some other vehicle)  :: piloto {m}
driver {n} (program acting as interface between an application and hardware)  :: controlador, driver {m}
driver's licence {n} (document) SEE: driver's license  ::
driver's license {n} (documenting permitting a person to drive)  :: carta de condução {f}, carteira de motorista {f}
driving {n} (action of operating a motor vehicle)  :: direção {f}, condução {f}
driving licence {n} (document) SEE: driver's license  ::
driving school {n} (institution where people learn to drive)  :: autoescola {f}
drizzle {v} (to rain lightly)  :: chuviscar garoar
drizzle {n} (light rain)  :: chuvisco {m}, garoa {f}
dromedary {n} (Camelus dromedarius, the single-humped camel)  :: dromedário {m}
drone {n} (male bee)  :: zangão {m}, zângão {m}
drone {n} (unmanned aircraft)  :: veículo aéreo não tripulado {m}, drone {m}
drone {n} (a low-pitched hum or buzz)  :: zumbir
drone {n} (speak in a monotone way)  :: falar monotonamente
drone {n} (hum or buzz)  :: zumbido {m}
drool {v} (to secrete saliva in anticipation of food)  :: salivar
drool {v} (to talk nonsense)  :: falar merda
drool {n} (saliva)  :: baba {f}
drop {n} (small mass of liquid)  :: gota {f}
drop {n} (a fall)  :: queda {f}
drop {n} (small, round piece of hard candy)  :: dropes {m}
drop {v} (to fall)  :: cair
drop {v} (to drip)  :: pingar
drop {v} (to allow to fall from one's grasp)  :: largar, deixar cair, soltar
drop {v} (to lower oneself quickly to the ground)  :: deitar-se, deixar-se cair
drop {v} (to decrease in value)  :: cair, diminuir, baixar
drop {v} (to fail to pronounce)  :: engolir
drop {v} (to eject, remove, dismiss)  :: dispensar
drop cap {n} (large initial letter)  :: letra capitular {f}, letra capital {f}
drop in the bucket {n} (an effort or action having very little influence, especially as compared to a huge problem)  :: gota d'água no oceano {f}
drop in the ocean {n} (drop in the bucket) SEE: drop in the bucket  ::
dropbox {n}  :: urna {f}
droplet {n} (very small drop)  :: gotinha, gotícula
dropper {n} (utensil)  :: conta-gotas {m}
dropping point {n} (temperature at which a grease becomes liquid)  :: ponto de gota
droppings {n} (animal excrement)  :: excrementos {m-p}
dropsy {n} (swelling)  :: hidropisia {f}
drosophila {n} ( )  :: drosófila
drought {n} (a period of unusually low rain fall)  :: seca {f}, estiagem {f}
drown {v} (to be suffocated in fluid)  :: afogar-se
drown {v} (to deprive of life by immerson in liquid)  :: afogar-se
drown one's sorrows {v} (to drink alcohol heavily to deal with miserable feelings)  :: afogar as mágoas
drowning {n} (an instance of someone drowning)  :: afogamento {m}
drowsiness {n} (State of being drowsy)  :: sonolência {f}, torpor {m}
drowsy {adj} (inclined to drowse)  :: sonolento, modorrento
drowsy {adj} (dull, stupid)  :: modorrento
drudgery {n} (tedious work)  :: labuta {f}, lida {f}
drug {n} (substance used as a medical treatment) SEE: medicine  ::
drug {n} (psychoactive substance ingested for recreational use, especially illegal and addictive one)  :: droga {f}, narcótico {m}
drug abuse {n} (substance abuse) SEE: substance abuse  ::
drug addict {n} (person with a chemical or psychological dependency on drugs)  :: drogado {m}, viciado em drogas {m}
drug addiction {n} (dependency on illegal drugs)  :: drogadição {f}
drug dealer {n} (person who illegally sells drugs)  :: traficante {m} {f}
drugstore {n} (pharmacy) SEE: pharmacy  ::
druid {n} (an order of priests)  :: druida {m}
druidism {n} (religion of the druids)  :: druidismo {m}
drum {n} (musical instrument)  :: tambor {m}
drum {n} (hollow, cylindrical object)  :: tambor {m}
drum {n} (barrel etc. for liquid)  :: barril {m}
drum {v} (to beat a drum)  :: batucar
drum {v} (to beat with a rapid succession of strokes)  :: batucar
drummer {n} (one who plays the drums)  :: baterista {m} {f}
drumstick {n} (stick used to play drums)  :: baqueta {f}
drunk {adj} (intoxicated after drinking too much alcohol)  :: bêbado, bêbedo, ébrio, alcoolizado
drunk {adj} (elated by emotion)  :: bêbado, bêbedo
drunk {n} (habitual drinker)  :: bêbado {m}, bêbedo {m}, beberrão {m}, bebum {m} {f}
drunk {n} (drinking-bout)  :: embriaguez {f}
drunkard {n} (person who is habitually drunk) SEE: drunk  ::
drunken {adj} (In the state of alcoholic intoxication)  :: bêbado {m}
drunkenness {n} (state of being drunk)  :: bebedeira {f}, embriaguez
drunkness {n} (drunkenness) SEE: drunkenness  ::
drupe {n} (stone fruit) SEE: stone fruit  ::
druse {n} (an inner surface with a crust of tiny crystals)  :: drusa {f}
druse {n} (an aggregation of calcium oxalate crystals found in certain plants)  :: drusa {f}
druse {n} (a tiny yellow or white accumulation of extracellular material that builds up in Bruch's membrane of the eye)  :: drusa {f}
druzhina {n} (a retinue of a Slavic chieftain)  :: drujina {f}
dry {adj} (free from liquid or moisture)  :: seco
dry {adj} (free of water in any state)  :: seco
dry {v} (to become dry)  :: secar
dry {v} (to make dry)  :: secar, enxugar
dry cleaning {n} (process of cleaning without water)  :: lavagem a seco {f}
dry ice {n} (carbon dioxide frozen in the solid state)  :: gelo seco {m}
dry season {n} (season)  :: estio {m}
drydock {n} (dock that can be drained of water)  :: dique seco {m}, doca seca {f}
dryer {n} (household appliance for drying clothing)  :: secadora {f}
dryer {n} (any device that removes humidity)  :: secador {m}
dryly {adv} (in a dry manner)  :: secamente
dryness {n} (a lack of moisture)  :: aridez {f}
drywall {n} (building material)  :: drywall {m}
dual {adj} (having two components)  :: dual
dual {adj} (double)  :: duplo
dual {adj} (in grammar)  :: dual
dual {n} (grammatical number of a noun marking two of something)  :: dual {m}
dual number {n} (Grammatical number denoting a quantity of exactly two) SEE: dual  ::
duality {n} (interchangeability of points and planes)  :: dualidade {f}
duality {n} (mathematical equivalence of two seemingly different theoretical descriptions of a physical system)  :: dualidade {f}
dub {v} (to name, to entitle, to call)  :: chamar, apelidar
dub {v} (to replace soundtrack with translation)  :: dobrar [Portugal], dublar [Brazil]
dub {n} (dubbing) SEE: dubbing  ::
dubbing {n} (replacement of voice)  :: dublagem {f}
dubious {adj} (arousing doubt)  :: dúbio, duvidoso
dubious {adj} (in disbelief, uncertain)  :: em dúvida
dubnium {n} (chemical element)  :: dúbnio {m}
ducat {n} (historical gold coin)  :: ducado {m}
duchess {n} (female spouse or widow of a duke)  :: duquesa {f}
duchess {n} (female ruler of a duchy)  :: duquesa {f}
duchy {n} (a dominion or region ruled by a duke or duchess)  :: ducado
duck {v} (to lower the head or body)  :: agachar-se, abaixar-se
duck {v} (to lower into the water)  :: mergulhar
duck {v} (to lower in order to prevent it from being struck by something)  :: agachar, abaixar
duck {v} (to try to evade doing something)  :: esquivar
duck {n} (aquatic bird of the family Anatidae)  :: pato {m}, pata {f}
duck {n} (female duck)  :: pata {f}
duck {n} (flesh of a duck used as food)  :: pato {m}
duck soup {n} (something which is easy) SEE: piece of cake  ::
duckling {n} (young duck)  :: patinho {m}
duckweed {n} (plant)  :: lentilha-d'água {f}
duct {n} (a pipe, tube or canal which carries air or liquid from one place to another)  :: duto {m}
duct tape {n} (multipurpose waterproof tape)  :: silver tape {f}
ductal {adj} (Relating to a duct)  :: ductal
ductile {adj} (capable of being pulled or stretched into thin wire)  :: dúctil
ductile {adj} (molded easily into a new form)  :: dúctil
ductile {adj} (easily led)  :: dúctil
ductus arteriosus {n} (a vessel that connects the pulmonary artery to the aorta)  :: canal arterial {m}
ductus deferens {n} (vas deferens) SEE: vas deferens  ::
dud {n} (loser) SEE: loser  ::
dude {n} (dandy) SEE: dandy  ::
dude {n} (colloquial: man)  :: cara {m} [Brazil], tipo {m} [Portugal]
dude {n} (colloquial: term of address for a young man)  :: cara {m} [Brazil], tipo {m} [Portugal], [Portugal]
due {adj} (owed or owing, to be paid by the stated time)  :: devido
due {adj} (appropriate)  :: devido
due {adv} (used with compass directions: directly or exactly)  :: exatamente
due to {prep} (caused by)  :: devido a, devido
duel {n} (combat between two persons)  :: duelo {m}
duel {n} (struggle between two parties)  :: duelo {m}
duel {v} (engage in a duel)  :: duelar
duet {n} (a musical composition for two performers)  :: dueto {m}
duff {n} (the buttocks)  :: bumbum {m}
duffel coat {n} (hooded coat made from duffel)  :: canadiana {f}
dugong {n} (Dugong dugon)  :: dugongo {m}
duh {interj} (Disdainful indication that something is obvious.)  :: ah,
duke {n} (male ruler of a duchy)  :: duque {m}
duke {n} (male holder of a dukedom)  :: duque {m}
duke {n} (grand duke)  :: grão-duque
dulce de leche {n} (sweat dairy spread)  :: doce de leite {m}
dulcimer {n} (musical instrument)  :: saltério {m}
dulcour {n} (sweetness; dulcitude; suavitude) SEE: sweetness  ::
dull {adj} (lacking the ability to cut easily; not sharp)  :: cego
dull {adj} (boring)  :: entediante
dull {adj} (not shiny)  :: fosco, fusco {m}, fusca {f}
dull {adj} (not bright or intelligent)  :: estúpido, fátuo, imbecil, idiota
dull {v} (to render dull)  :: cegar, desafiar
dull {v} (to soften, moderate or blunt)  :: suavizar
dull {v} (to become dull)  :: desafiar
dum dum bullet {n} (hollow bullet designed to pierce bullet-proof vests)  :: bala dum-dum {f}
duma {n} (lower house of Russian national parliament)  :: duma {f}
dumb {adj} (unable to speak) SEE: mute  ::
dumb {adj} (extremely stupid)  :: burro {m}, idiota
dumb {adj} (pointless or unintellectual)  :: estúpido
dumbass {n} (stupid or foolish person)  :: torpe, tonto {m}, burro {m}, asno {m}, mula {f}
dumbbell {n} (a weight with two disks attached to a short bar)  :: haltere {m}, halter {m}
dumbbell {n} (a stupid person)  :: idiota {m} {f}, imbecil {m} {f}
dumbcane {n} (a tropical plant of the genus Dieffenbachia)  :: comigo-ninguém-pode {m}
dumbfounded {adj} (shocked and speechless)  :: estarrecido
dumbledore {n} (beetle) SEE: beetle  ::
dumbledore {n} (bumblebee) SEE: bumblebee  ::
dumbledore {n} (dandelion) SEE: dandelion  ::
dumfounded {adj} (dumbfounded) SEE: dumbfounded  ::
dummy {n} (an unintelligent person)  :: idiota {m} {f}, imbecil {m} {f}
dummy {n} (something constructed with the size and form of a human)  :: manequim {m}
dummy {n} (a deliberately nonfunctional placeholder)  :: simulacro {m}
dummy {n} (pacifier) SEE: pacifier  ::
dump {n} (a place where waste or garbage is left)  :: aterro {m}, lixão {m}
dump {v} (to release)  :: largar
dump {v} (to discard, to get rid of)  :: jogar fora, descartar
dump truck {n} (heavy truck for carrying loose, bulk cargo)  :: basculante
dumping {n} (the disposal of something no longer needed, or of no value)  :: despejo {m}, despejamento {m}
dumping {n} (selling goods at less than their normal price, especially in the export market)  :: dumping {m}
dumpling {n} (food)  :: bolinho {m}
dumpling {n} (term of endearment)  :: docinho {m}
dumpster {n} (large trash receptacle)  :: caçamba de lixo {f}
dun {n} (colour)  :: pardo {m}
dun {adj} (of a brownish grey colour)  :: pardo
dun {v} (to ask for payment)  :: cobrar
dunch {n} (meal between lunch and dinner)  :: merenda {f}
dune {n} (a ridge or hill of sand piled up by the wind)  :: duna {f}
dung {n} (manure)  :: estrume, esterco
dung beetle {n} (insect of the family Scarabaeidae)  :: escaravelho {m}, rola-bosta {m}
dungarees {n} (heavy denim pants or overalls)  :: macacão
dungeon {n} (underground prison or vault)  :: masmorra {f}, calabouço {m}
dungeon {n} (the main tower of a motte or castle; a keep or donjon)  :: torre de menagem {f}
dunghill {n} (heap of dung)  :: esterqueira {f}, esterquilínio {m}
dunk {v} (basketball)  :: enterrar
dunno {contraction} (do (does) not know)  :: [colloquial] sei lá
duo {n} (twosome, especially musicians)  :: dupla {f}, par {m}
duodenal {adj} (of or pertaining to the duodenum)  :: duodenal
duodenum {n} (first part of the small intestine)  :: duodeno {m}
duology {n} (dilogy) SEE: dilogy  ::
dupe {n} (deceived person)  :: ludibriado {m}
dupe {v} (to swindle, deceive, or trick)  :: enganar, defraudar
duplicate {adj} (identical)  :: duplicado
duplicate {v} (to make a copy of)  :: duplicar
duplicate {n} (an identical copy)  :: cópia {f}
duplicity {n} (intentional deceptiveness)  :: duplicidade {f}
dura mater {n} (anatomy: outermost layer of the meninges)  :: dura-máter {f}
durability {n} (Permanence by virtue of the power to resist stress or force)  :: durabilidade {f}
durable {adj} (able to resist wear; enduring)  :: duradouro, duradoiro, durável
durable good {n} (good that yields utility over time)  :: bem durável {m}
dural {adj} (relating to the dura mater)  :: dural
duramen {n} (heartwood) SEE: heartwood  ::
duration {n} (amount of time)  :: duração {f}
durian {n} (fruit)  :: durião {m}, durio {m}
during {prep} (for all of a given time interval)  :: durante
during {prep} (within a given time interval)  :: durante
dusk {n} (period of time at the end of day when sun is below the horizon but before full onset of night)  :: pôr do sol {m}, crepúsculo {m}, ocaso
dust {n} (fine, dry particles)  :: {m}, poeira {f}
dust {v} ((intransitive) to clean by removing dust)  :: desempoar
dust {v} ((transitive) to remove dust from)  :: desempoar
dust {v} (to spray something with fine powder or liquid)  :: empoar
dust bunny {n} (a small clump of dust)  :: cotão {m}
dust devil {n} (a swirling dust in the air)  :: redemoinho {m}
dust jacket {n} (detachable protective cover of a book)  :: sobrecapa {f}
dustbin {n} (container for trash) SEE: garbage can  ::
dustcart {n} (rubbish collection vehicle) SEE: garbage truck  ::
duster {n} (object used for dusting)  :: apagador {m}
dustman {n} (garbage collector) SEE: garbage collector  ::
dustpan {n} (flat scoop for assembling dust)  :: pá de lixo {f}
duststorm {n} (A storm of dust)  :: tempestade de poeira {f}
dusty {adj} (covered with dust)  :: poeirento
dusty {adj} (powdery and resembling dust)  :: poeirento
duty {n} (that which one is morally or legally obligated to do)  :: dever {m}, obrigação {f}
duty {n} (period of time)  :: plantão {m}
duty {n} (tax; tariff)  :: imposto {m}, taxa {f}
duty-free {adj} (exempt from duty, especially customs)  :: isento de impostos
duty-free {n} (a shop where duty-free goods can be bought)  :: duty-free {m}
duumvirate {n} (Roman offices)  :: duunvirato {m}
duvet {n} (quilt)  :: edredom
dwarf {n} (being from folklore, underground dwelling nature spirit)  :: anão {m}
dwarf {n} (small person)  :: anão {m}, anã {f}
dwarf {n} (something much smaller than the usual of its sort)  :: anão {m}
dwarf {n} (astronomy: relatively small star)  :: anã {f}
dwarf {adj} (miniature)  :: nanico
dwarf {v} (to make appear much smaller)  :: sobrepujar
dwarf elder {n} (Sambucus ebulus)  :: sabugueirinho {m}, engos {m-p}, ébulo {m}
dwarf galaxy {n} (small galaxy)  :: galáxia anã {f}
dwarf planet {n} (a type of celestial body)  :: planeta anão {m}
dwarf spheroidal galaxy {n} (faint galaxy that is devoid of gas with higher than normal proportion of dark matter)  :: galáxia anã esferoidal {f}
dwarf star {n} (star that is a located in the main sequence)  :: estrela anã {f}
dwarfism {n} (condition of being a dwarf)  :: nanismo {m}
dwell {v} (live, reside)  :: habitar, morar, [Brazil] viver
dwell on {v} (to continue to think or talk about (something or someone))  :: ficar em
dweller {n} (inhabitant) SEE: inhabitant  ::
dwelling {n} (a place or house in which a person lives)  :: domicílio {m}, moradia {f}
dwindle {v} ((intransitive) to decrease, shrink, vanish)  :: diminuir, decrescer
dwindling {adj} (that is declining)  :: declínio
dyad {n} (a set of two different elements)  :: díade {f}
dyad {n} (music: any set of two different pitch classes)  :: díade {f}
dyadic {adj} (pertaining to the number two)  :: diádico
dyadic operation {n} (two-operand operation) SEE: binary operation  ::
dye {n} (die) SEE: die  ::
dye {n} (a colourant, especially one that has an affinity to the substrate to which it is applied)  :: corante {m}, tintura {f}
dye {v} (to colour with dye)  :: tingir
dyed {adj} (colored with dye)  :: tinto, tingido
dyer {n} (one whose occupation is to dye)  :: tintureiro {m}
dying {adj} (approaching death)  :: morrente, moribundo
dying {adj} (pertaining to the moments before death)  :: de morte
dyke {n} (ditch) SEE: ditch  ::
dyke {n} (ditch and bank running alongside each other)  :: trincheira {f}
dyke {n} (barrier to prevent flooding)  :: dique {m}
dyke {n} (masculine lesbian, see also: lesbian)  :: sapatão {f}
dyke {n}  :: sapatão {m}, fufa {f}
dynamic {adj} (not steady; in motion)  :: dinâmico {m}, dinâmica {f}
dynamic {adj} (powerful)  :: dinâmico {m}, dinâmica {f}
dynamic {adj} (able to change)  :: dinâmico {m}, dinâmica {f}
dynamic memory {n} (computer memory)  :: memória dinâmica {f}
dynamically-typed {adj}  :: dinamicamente tipado, tipado dinamicamente
dynamics {n} (branch of mechanics)  :: dinâmica {f}
dynamite {n} (class of explosives)  :: dinamite {f}
dynamite {v} (to blow up with dynamite or other high explosive)  :: dinamitar
dynamize {v} (make dynamic)  :: dinamizar
dynamo {n} (dynamo-electric machine)  :: dínamo {m}
dynastic {adj} (pertaining to a dynasty)  :: dinástico
dynastically {adv} (in a dynastic way)  :: dinasticamente
dynasty {n} (A series of rulers or dynasts from one family)  :: dinastia {f}
dyscalculia {n} (pathology: difficulty with numbers)  :: discalculia
dysentery {n} (disease characterised by inflammation of the intestines)  :: disenteria {f}
dysfunction {n} (failure to function)  :: disfunção
dysfunctional {adj} (functioning incorrectly or abnormally)  :: disfuncional
dysgraphia {n} (language disorder)  :: disgrafia
dyshidrosis {n} (a skin condition characterized by small blisters on the hands or feet)  :: disidrose {f}
dyskinesia {n} (impairment of voluntary movement)  :: discinesia {f}
dyskinetic {adj} (of or pertaining to dyskinesia)  :: discinético
dyslalia {n} (difficulty in talking due to a structural abnormality)  :: dislalia {f}
dyslexia {n} (learning disability)  :: dislexia
dyslipidemia {n} (an inbalance of lipids in the blood)  :: dislipidemia {f}
dyslipidemic {adj} (relating to dyslipidemia)  :: dislipidémico
dysmenorrhea {n} (painful menstruation)  :: dismenorreia {f}
dyspepsia {n} (pathology: disorder of digestion)  :: dispepsia {f}
dyspeptic {adj} (of, relating to, or having dyspepsia)  :: dispéptico
dysphagia {n} (difficulty in swallowing)  :: disfagia {f}
dysphemism {n} (use of a derogatory or vulgar word to replace a neutral one)  :: disfemismo {m}
dysphemism {n} (word or phrase used to replace another in this way)  :: disfemismo
dysphoria {n} (state of feeling unwell, unhappy, restless or depressed)  :: disforia {f}
dysphoric {adj} (pertaining to, or in a state of dysphoria)  :: disfórico
dysplasia {n} (abnormal development of cells or tissue)  :: displasia {f}
dyspnea {n} (difficult respiration)  :: dispneia {f}, abafação {f}
dysprosium {n} (chemical element)  :: disprósio {m}
dysrhythmic {adj} (having an unpleasing, irregular beat)  :: disrítmico
dyssynchrony {n} (lack of proper synchrony)  :: dissincronia {f}, assincronia {f}
dystopia {n} (vision of a future)  :: distopia {f}
dystopia {n} (miserable society)  :: distopia {f}
dystopia {n} (medical condition)  :: distopia {f}
dystrophic {adj} (affected with dystrophy)  :: distrófico
dystrophy {n} (dystrophy)  :: distrofia {f}
dzhigit {n} (a brave equestrian in the Caucasus and Central Asia)  :: djigit {m}