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éclat {n} (brilliant or successful effect)  :: esplendor {m}
e {n} (name of the letter E, e)  :: é {m}
each {determiner} (every)  :: cada
each {determiner} (per)  :: cada
each other {pron} (to one another; one to the other)  :: um ao outro {m}, se
eager {adj} (excited by desire in the pursuit of any object)  :: ávido {m}
eagerly {adv} (in an eager manner)  :: avidamente
eagerness {n} (The state or quality of being eager)  :: ânimo {m}
eagle {n} (any of several large carnivorous birds in the family Accipitridae)  :: águia {f}
eagle owl {n} (large owl of genus Bubo)  :: bufo-real {m}, corujão {m}
eaglestone {n} (concretionary nodule of iron oxide with a loose kernel inside formerly used for magical or medicinal purposes)  :: pedra de águia {f}
eaglet {n} (an eagle chick)  :: filhote de águia {m}
ear {n} (organ of hearing)  :: ouvido {m}, orelha {f}
ear {n} (fruiting body of a grain plant)  :: espiga {f}
ear {v} (archaic: to plough)  :: arar
ear {v} (plough) SEE: plough  ::
ear {n} (external part of the organ of hearing) SEE: pinna  ::
earache {n} (pain in the ear)  :: otalgia
earbone {n} (any bone in the year)  :: ossículo
ear canal {n} (tube or meatus running from the outer ear to the eardrum)  :: canal auditivo {m}
eardrum {n} (membrane separating outer and middle ears)  :: tímpano {m}
earl {n} (a British or Irish nobleman)  :: conde {m}
earlier {adj} (comparative of early)  :: mais cedo
earlier {adj} (occurring previously)  :: precedente, anterior
ear lobe {n} (a part of the ear)  :: lóbulo {m}
early {adj} (at a time in advance of the usual)  :: precoce {m} {f}
early {adj} (arriving at a time before expected)  :: adiantado {m}
early {adj} (near the start or beginning)  :: inicial
early {adj} (illness: having began to occur)  :: inicial {m} {f}, precoce
early {adv} (at a time before expected)  :: cedo
early bird {n} (one who wakes early)  :: madrugador {m}, madrugadora {f}
early blight {n} (plant disease)  :: pinta preta {f}
Early Middle Ages {prop} (Translations)  :: Baixa Idade Média {f}
early riser {n} (early bird) SEE: early bird  ::
early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise {proverb} (Benjamin Franklin quote)  :: deitar cedo e cedo erguer dá saúde e faz crescer (early sleep and early wake up, gives health and makes you grow)
earmuff {n} (sound-deadening cup or cups)  :: abafador {m}
earn {v} (transitive: receive (money) for working)  :: ganhar
earn {v} (deserve)  :: merecer
earnest {adj} (ardent)  :: sério
earnest {adj} (important, serious)  :: sério {m}, sincero {m}
earnings {n} (wages, money earned, income)  :: renda {f}
earphone {n} (sound device held near the ear)  :: fone de ouvido {m}
earphones {n} (small speakers worn over the ears)  :: fones de ouvido {m-p}
earring {n} (piece of jewelry)  :: brinco {m}
ear shell {n} (abalone) SEE: abalone  ::
earth {n} (soil)  :: terra {f}, solo {m}
earth {n} (any general rock-based material)  :: terra {f}
earth {n} (the ground, land)  :: terra {f}, chão {m}
earth {n} (electrical connection)  :: terra
earth {n} (fox's lair)  :: toca
earth {n} (one of the four basic elements)  :: terra {f}
earth {n} (one of the five basic elements)  :: terra {f}
earth {v} (connect electrically to the earth)  :: aterrar
earth {v} (to bury)  :: enterrar
earth {prop} (our planet, third out from the Sun) SEE: Earth  ::
Earth {prop} (third planet of the Solar System)  :: Terra {f}
Earth {prop} (personification of Earth) SEE: Mother Earth  ::
Earth Day {prop} (global day of observance of the need to protect the earth)  :: Dia da Terra {m}
earthenware {n} (ceramic)  :: cerâmica {f}
Earthling {n} (inhabitant of the planet Earth)  :: terráqueo {m}, terrestre {m} {f}
earthly {adj} (as opposed to heaven)  :: terreno
earth pig {n} (aardvark) SEE: aardvark  ::
earthquake {n} (shaking of the surface of a planet)  :: terramoto {m}, terremoto {m}, tremor {m}
earthworm {n} (worm (animal))  :: minhoca {f}
earwax {n} (waxy substance secreted by the ear)  :: cera de ouvido
earwig {n} (the insect)  :: tesourinha {f}, lacrainha {f}
ease {n} (ability, see also: ability)  :: habilidade
ease {n} (freedom from pain, hardship, and annoyance)  :: conforto, comodidade
ease {n} (freedom from effort)  :: facilidade
ease {v} (To alleviate, assuage or lessen (pain))  :: aliviar
easel {n} (upright frame for displaying or supporting something)  :: cavalete {m}
easement {n} (legal right to use another person's property)  :: servidão {f}
easier said than done {adj} (easy to propose, but difficult to accomplish)  :: é mais fácil dizer do que fazer, é mais fácil falar do que fazer
easily {adv} (without difficulty)  :: facilmente
easily {adv} (without question)  :: sem dúvida
east {n} (compass point)  :: este {m}, leste {m}, oriente {m}
east {adj} (in or towards the east)  :: ao leste, oriental
east {adj} (meteorology: easterly)  :: do leste, leste
east {adj} (of or pertaining to the east)  :: oriental
east {adj} (from the East)  :: oriental
east {adv} (towards the east)  :: a leste, para o leste, em direção ao leste
East {prop} (Eastern world)  :: levante {m}, nascente {m}, oriente {m}
East Anglia {prop} (area of eastern England)  :: Ânglia Oriental {f}
East Asia {prop} (eastern subregion of Asia)  :: Ásia Oriental {f}
East China Sea {prop} (a sea)  :: Mar da China Oriental {m}
Easter {n} (Christian holiday)  :: Páscoa
Easter Bunny {prop} (Symbolic rabbit sometimes depicted delivering Easter eggs to children)  :: coelhinho da Páscoa {m}
Easter egg {n} (a dyed or decorated egg)  :: ovo de Páscoa
Easter Island {prop} (Island in the Pacific)  :: Ilha de Páscoa {f}
Easter Monday {prop} (Monday after Easter Sunday)  :: segunda-feira de Páscoa {f}
eastern {adj} (related to the east)  :: oriental, do leste
eastern {adj} (blowing from the east)  :: leste
easterner {n} (a native or inhabitant of the east)  :: oriental {m} {f}
Eastern Europe {prop} (Eastern Europe)  :: Leste Europeu {m}
easternize {v} (to make eastern in character)  :: orientalizar
Easter Sunday {prop} (Easter Sunday)  :: domingo de Páscoa {m}
East Germany {prop} (former European country)  :: Alemanha Oriental {f}
East Prussia {prop} (historical province of Germany)  :: Prússia Oriental {f}
East Punjab {prop} (state in India)  :: Pendjab Oriental {m}
East Sea {prop} (South China Sea) SEE: South China Sea  ::
East Sea {prop} (Baltic sea) SEE: Baltic Sea  ::
East Sea {prop} (Sea of Japan) SEE: Sea of Japan  ::
East Sea {prop} (Dead Sea) SEE: Dead Sea  ::
East Sea {prop} (East China Sea) SEE: East China Sea  ::
east-southeast {n} (compass point)  :: és-sudeste {m}, és-sueste {m}, este-sudeste {m}, este-sueste {m}, leste-sudeste {m}, leste-sueste {m}
East Timor {prop} (Country in Oceania)  :: Timor Leste
East Timorese {n} (person from East Timor or of East Timorese descent)  :: timorense {m} {f}
East Timorese {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to East Timor or the East Timorese people)  :: timorense
East Turkestan {prop} (Xinjiang) SEE: Xinjiang  ::
easy {adj} (comfortable) SEE: comfortable  ::
easy {adj} (requiring little skill or effort)  :: fácil
easy {adj} (consenting readily to sex)  :: fácil {m} {f}
easy chair {n} (a comfortable chair)  :: poltrona
easy come, easy go {proverb} (easily won and easily lost; usually said when resigned to a loss)  :: assim como vem, vai
easy does it {interj} (do something gently or slowly)  :: /vai com calma/cuidado
eat {v} (consume)  :: comer
eat {v} (eat a meal)  :: comer
eat {v} (to eat) SEE: consume  ::
eatable {adj} (able to be eaten) SEE: edible  ::
eater {n} (one who eats)  :: comedor
eatery {n} (a restaurant or café)  :: lanchonete {f} [Brazil]
eating {n} (the act of consuming food)  :: consumível
eating {n} (food, comestibles)  :: comestível
eating disorder {n} (psychological disorder)  :: transtorno alimentar, disfunção alimentar
eat one's hat {v} (to express disbelief about a proposition)  :: comer o chapéu, querer ser mico de circo, dar a mão à palmatória
eat one's heart out {v} (to feel overwhelming negative emotion)  :: morrer de inveja
eat out of someone's hand {v} (to be submissive due to fascination)  :: comer nas mãos de alguém
eat pussy {v} (to perform cunnilingus)  :: fazer um minete
eaves {n} (underside of a roof)  :: beiral {m}, beirado {m}
eavesdrop {v} (to hear a conversation one is not intended to hear)  :: ouvir/escutar escondido
ebb {n} (receding movement of the tide)  :: vazante {f}, refluxo {m}
ebb {n} (low tide)  :: baixa-mar {f}, maré baixa {f}
ebb {v} (to fall away or decline)  :: vazar, refluir
Ebola {n} (Ebola virus) SEE: Ebola virus  ::
Ebola virus {n} (virus)  :: ebola {m}
ebonite {n} (product of vulcanizing rubber with sulfur)  :: ebonite {f}
ebony {n} (wood)  :: ébano {m}
ebony {n} (tree)  :: ébano {m}
ebony {n} (colour)  :: ébano {m}
ebony {adj} (made of ebony wood)  :: de ébano
ebony {adj} (deep, dark black colour)  :: ébano, ebâneo
e-book {n} (electronic book)  :: e-book {m}, livro digital {m}, livro eletrónico {m} [Portugal], livro eletrônico {m} [Brazil]
Ebro {prop} (Spanish river)  :: Ebro {m}
ebullioscope {n} (an instrument used to measure the boiling point of liquids)  :: ebulioscópio {m}
ECB {initialism} (European Central Bank)  :: BCE
Ecbatana {prop} (city in Iran)  :: Ecbátana
eccentric {adj} (not at or in the centre)  :: excêntrico
eccentric {adj} (not perfectly circular)  :: excêntrico {m}
eccentric {adj} (having a different center)  :: excêntrico
eccentric {adj} (deviating from the norm)  :: excêntrico {m}, excêntrica {f}, excêntricos {m-p}, excêntricas {f-p}
eccentric {n} (person who does not behave like others)  :: excêntrico {m}
eccentricity {n} (the quality of being eccentric)  :: excentricidade {f}
eccentricity {n} (eccentric behaviour)  :: excentricidade {f}
ecchymosis {n} (skin discoloration) SEE: bruise  ::
Ecclesiastes {prop} (book of the Bible)  :: Eclesiastes {m}
ecclesiastic {adj} (pertaining to the church)  :: eclesiástico
ecclesiastical {adj} (pertaining to the church)  :: eclesiástico, eclesial
Ecclesiastical Latin {prop} (Latin language)  :: latim eclesiástico {m}
ecclesiology {n} (branch of theology)  :: eclesiologia
echelon {n} (level or rank)  :: escalão
echelon {v} (To form troops into an echelon)  :: escalonar
echidna {n} (any of the four species of small spined monotremes)  :: equidna
echinoderm {n} (member of the Echinodermata)  :: equinodermo {m}
echo {n} (reflected sound)  :: eco {m}
echo {v} (to reflect off of a surface and return to someone)  :: ecoar
echo {v} (to repeat back what another has just said)  :: ecoar
Echo {prop} (mythology)  :: Eco {f}
echo chamber {n} (room)  :: câmara de eco {f}
echolalia {n} (echoing of words or phrases)  :: ecolalia {f}
eclectic {adj} (selecting a mixture of what appear to be best of various doctrines, methods or styles)  :: eclético {m}
eclectic {adj} (unrelated and unspecialized; heterogeneous)  :: eclético
eclectic {n} (one who selects by the eclectic method)  :: eclético {m}
eclectically {adv} (in an eclectic manner)  :: ecleticamente
eclipse {n} (passage of a planetary object between others)  :: eclipse {m}
eclipse {v} (To cause an eclipse)  :: eclipsar
ecliptic {n} (Earth's orbital plane)  :: eclíptica {f}
eco- {prefix} (concerning ecology or the environment)  :: eco-
ecolinguistic {adj} (of or pertaining to ecolinguistics)  :: ecolinguístico
ecolinguistics {n} (linguistics taking ecological context into account)  :: ecolinguística {f}
ecologic {adj} (related to ecology) SEE: ecological  ::
ecological {adj} (relating to ecology)  :: ecológico
ecologist {n} (A scientist who studies ecology)  :: ecologista {m} {f}, ecólogo {m}
ecology {n} (branch of biology)  :: ecologia {f}
e-commerce {n} (commercial activity conducted via the Internet)  :: comércio eletrónico {m} [Portugal], comércio eletrônico {m} [Brazil]
econometrics {n} (branch of economics)  :: econometria {f}
economic {adj} (pertaining to an economy)  :: económico
economical {adj} (relating to economy) SEE: economic  ::
economics {n} (study)  :: economia {f}
economist {n} (expert in economics)  :: economista {m} {f}
economy {n} (effective management of the resources of a community or system)  :: economia {f}
economy {n} (frugal use of resources)  :: economia {f}, frugalidade {f}
economy {n} (production and distribution and consumption)  :: economia {f}
economy {adj} (cheap to run)  :: económico [Portugal], econômico [Brazil]
eco-responsible {adj}  :: ecorresponsável
ecosystem {n} (system of an ecological community and its environment)  :: ecossistema {m}
ecotone {n} (a region of transition)  :: ecótono {m}, ecótone {m}
ecotourism {n} (responsible travel)  :: ecoturismo {m}
ecozone {n} (large geographical region having a distinct biodiversity)  :: zona ecológica {f}, região ecológica {f}, ecorregião {f}, biorregião {f}, ecozona {f}, biozona {f}
ecru {adj} (beige) SEE: beige  ::
ecstasy {n} (intense pleasure)  :: êxtase {m}
ecstasy {n} (intense emotion)  :: êxtase {m}
ecstasy {n} (trance associated with mystic or prophetic exaltation)  :: êxtase {m}
ecstasy {n} (drug)  :: ecstasy {m}
ectoblast {n} (the outer layer of the blastoderm; the ectoderm or epiblast)  :: ectoblasto {m}
ectoderm {n} (tissue layer in the embryo)  :: ectoderme {f}
ectoparasite {n} (parasite living on the surface of host organism)  :: ectoparasita
ectopic pregnancy {n} (type of pregnancy)  :: gravidez tubária, gravidez ectópica
ectoplasm {n} (parapsychology: visible substance believed to emanate from spiritualistic mediums)  :: ectoplasma
ectoplasmic {adj} (of or relating to ectoplasm)  :: ectoplásmico
ectoplastic {adj}  :: ectoplástico
ectothermic {adj} (of or relating to ectotherm)  :: de sangue frio
Ecuador {prop} (country in South America)  :: Equador
Ecuadorian {n} (person from Ecuador)  :: equatoriano {m}
Ecuadorian {adj} (pertaining to Ecuador)  :: equatoriano
ecumenic {adj} (ecumenical) SEE: ecumenical  ::
ecumenical {adj} (ecclesiastical: pertaining to the Christian Church in a worldwide sense)  :: ecuménico [Portugal], ecumênico [Brazil]
ecumenical {adj} (general, universal, worldwide)  :: ecuménico [Portugal], ecumênico [Brazil]
ecumenism {n} (philosophy)  :: ecumenismo {m}
eczema {n} (acute or chronic inflammation of the skin)  :: eczema {m}
eczematous {adj} (of or pertaining to eczema)  :: eczematoso
edaphic {adj} (of or relating to soil)  :: edáfico
eddy {n} (air or water running in an opposite direction to the main current)  :: vórtice {m}, remoinho {m}
edema {n} (excessive accumulation of serum in tissue)  :: edema {m}
Eden {prop} (garden)  :: Éden {m}
Edenic {n} (of or suggesting Eden)  :: edénico [Portugal], edênico [Brazil]
edentate {adj} (toothless) SEE: toothless  ::
edentulous {adj} (toothless) SEE: toothless  ::
Edgar {prop} (male given name)  :: Édgar {m}, Edgar {m}, Edgardo {m}
edge {n} (boundary line of a surface)  :: margem {f}
edge {n} (joining line between two vertices of a polygon)  :: aresta
edge {n} (place where two faces of a polyhedron meet)  :: face
edge {n} (thin cutting side of the blade of an instrument)  :: fio, gume
edge {n} (in graph theory: any of the pairs of vertices in a graph)  :: aresta {f}
edible {adj} (that can be eaten without harm; suitable for consumption)  :: comestível, edível, comível
edict {n} (a proclamation of law)  :: edito {m}
edifice {n} (building)  :: edifício {m}, prédio {m}
edifice {n} (school of thought)  :: escola {f}
Edinburgh {prop} (capital of Scotland)  :: Edimburgo
Edirne {prop} (a city in Eastern Thrace)  :: Edirne {f}
edit {n} (a change to the text of a document)  :: edição {f}
edit {v} (to change a text, or a document)  :: editar
edit {v} (be editor of a publication)  :: editar
editing {n} (an act or instance of something being edited)  :: edição {f}
edition {n} (literary work)  :: edição {f}
edition {n} (whole set of copies)  :: edição {f}
editor {n} (person who edits)  :: editor, editora {f}
editor {n} (person who edited a specific document)  :: editor {m}
editor {n} (newspaper editor)  :: jornalista {m} {f}
editor {n} (program for modifying text files)  :: editor {m}
editorial {adj} (of or relating to an editor, editing, or an editorial)  :: editorial
editorial {n} (article giving the opinion of editors)  :: editorial {m}
edit war {n} (a dispute over the content of a page on a wiki or other editable work)  :: guerra de edições {f}
Edmonton {prop} (city in Canada)  :: Edmonton
Edna {prop} (female given name)  :: Edna {f}
Edo {prop} (former name of Tokyo)  :: Edo {f}
Edo {prop} (a state of Nigeria)  :: Edo {m}
Edo {prop} (the people of Edo State)  :: edo {m-p}
Edo {prop} (a Volta-Niger language spoken by the Edo)  :: edo {m}
e-dress {n} (e-mail address) SEE: e-mail address  ::
educate {v} (to instruct or train)  :: educar, instruir, ensinar
educated {adj} (having attained a level of higher education)  :: graduado, diplomado
education {n} (process or art of imparting knowledge, skill and judgment)  :: educação {f}, ensino {m}
education {n} (facts, skills and ideas that have been learned, either formally or informally)  :: educação {f}
educational {adj} (Of or pertaining to education)  :: educacional, educativo
educational {adj} (Instructive)  :: educativo
educator {n} (teacher) SEE: teacher  ::
Edward {prop} (male given name)  :: Eduardo, Duarte
Edwards syndrome {n} (genetic disorder caused by the presence of an extra 18th chromosome)  :: síndrome de Edwards {f}
eel {n} (any fish of the order Anguilliformes)  :: enguia {f}
eel {n} (Anguilla anguilla) SEE: European eel  ::
eelgrass {n} (Zostera marina)  :: fita-do-mar {f}
eeny, meeny, miny, moe {n} (similar children's counting-out games in other languages)  :: uni-duni-tê {m}
eerie {adj} (weird)  :: estranho, assustador, esquisito
ef {n} (name of the letter F, f)  :: efe {m}
effect {n} (result of an action)  :: efeito {m}
effect {n} (movie and television industries term)  :: efeitos especiais {m-p}
effect {n} (sound engineering: alteration in sound)  :: efeito sonoro {m}
effect {n} (state of being binding and enforceable)  :: vigência {f}, vigor {m}
effect {n} (scientific phenomenon)  :: efeito {m}
effect {n} (belongings)  :: pertence {m}
effect {v} (to make or bring about; to implement)  :: efetuar, efectivar
effective {adj} (having the power to produce a required effect or effects)  :: efetivo
effective {adj} (producing a decided or decisive effect)  :: eficaz
effective {adj} (efficient, serviceable, or operative)  :: eficaz
effective {adj} (actually in effect)  :: efetivo
effectively {adv} (in an efficient or effective manner; with powerful effect)  :: efetivamente, eficazmente
effectively {adv} (essentially)  :: efetivamente
effectiveness {n} (property)  :: eficiência {f}
effectivity {n} (the ability or power to be effective)  :: efetividade {f}
effectivity {n} (a measure of the effectiveness of something)  :: efetividade {f}
effeminacy {n} (the quality of being effeminate)  :: afeminação, efeminação, mariquice {f} [colloquial]
effeminate {adj} (of a man, behaving like a woman)  :: afeminado, efeminado
effeminately {adv} (in an effeminate manner)  :: efeminadamente
effendi {n} (title of respect)  :: efêndi {m}
efferent {adj} (carrying away from)  :: eferente
efficacity {n} (efficacy) SEE: efficacy  ::
efficacy {n} (ability to produce effect)  :: eficácia {f}
efficiency {n} (extent to which time is well used)  :: eficiência {f}
efficiency {n} (extent to which a resource is used for the intended purpose)  :: eficiência {f}
efficient {adj} (making good use of resources)  :: eficiente
efficient {adj} (using a particular proportion of available energy)  :: eficaz
efficient {adj} (causing effects; producing results)  :: eficaz
effigy {n} (dummy or other crude representation)  :: efígie {f}
efflower {v} (leatherworking: remove an outer surface with a knife) SEE: graze  ::
effort {n} (the amount of work involved in achieving something)  :: esforço {m}
effortless {adj} (without effort)  :: fácil, sem esforço
effrontery {n} (insolent and shameless audacity)  :: descaramento {m}, acinte {m}, desfaçatez {f}
effulgent {adj} (shining)  :: fúlgido {m}
effusion {n} (outpouring of liquid)  :: efusão {f}
effusion {n} (outpouring of speech or emotion)  :: efusão {f}
effusion {n} (seeping of fluid into a body cavity)  :: efusão {f}
effusive {adj} (extravagant or excessive)  :: efusivo
effusively {adv} (in an effusive manner)  :: efusivamente
effusiveness {n} (the state of being effusive)  :: efusividade {f}
e.g. {adv} (abbreviation for “for example”)  :: p. ex., [por exemplo] ex.
egalitarian {adj} (characterized by social equality and equal rights for all people)  :: igualitário
egalitarian {n} (person who accepts or promotes social equality and equal rights for all people)  :: igualitário {m}
egalitarianism {n} (political doctrine of universal equality)  :: igualitarismo {m}
egg {n} (body housing an embryo)  :: ovo {m}
egg {n} (egg of domestic fowl as food item)  :: ovo {m}
egg {n} (ovum)  :: óvulo {m}
egg {n} (swelling on one's head)  :: galo {m}
egg cell {n} (ovum) SEE: ovum  ::
eggcup {n} (a small dish used to support a boiled egg while it is eaten)  :: oveiro {m}
eggnog {n} (alcoholic beverage)  :: eggnog {m}
eggplant {n} (plant)  :: berinjela {f}
eggplant {n} (edible fruit)  :: beringela {f}, berinjela {f}
egg roll {n} (a food made made by wrapping a combination of ingredients)  :: rolo de ovos
egg salad {n} (dish made of hard-boiled eggs)  :: salada de ovo {f}
eggshell {n} (object)  :: casca de ovo {f}
egg white {n} (albumen) SEE: albumen  ::
egg yolk {n} (central part of an egg) SEE: yolk  ::
ego {n} (the self)  :: ego {m}, eu {m}
ego {n} (psychoanalytic ego)  :: ego {m}, eu {m}
egocentric {adj} (egotistical)  :: egocêntrico
egocentric {n} (person who is egocentric)  :: egocêntrico {m}
egocentrism {n} (following ones egotistical desires)  :: egocentrismo {m}
egoism {n} (tendency to think of self)  :: egoísmo {m}
egregious {adj} (Exceptional, conspicuous, outstanding, most usually in a negative fashion)  :: odioso
egregor {n} (psychic entity influencing thoughts)  :: egrégora {f}
egregore {n} (psychic entity influencing thoughts)  :: egrégora {f}
egress {n} (exit) SEE: exit  ::
egret {n} (Any of various wading birds of the genera Egretta or Ardea)  :: garça {f}
Egypt {prop} (country in North Africa)  :: Egipto {m} [Portugal], Egito {m} [Brazil]
Egyptian {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Egypt)  :: egípcio
Egyptian {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Egyptians)  :: egípcio
Egyptian {n} (person from Egypt)  :: egípcio
Egyptian {prop} (language)  :: egípcio {m}
Egyptian Arabic {prop} (Egyptian Arabic)  :: árabe egípcio {m}
Egyptian Mau {n} (Egyptian Mau)  :: mau egípcio {m}
Egyptologist {n} (A person; one who is skilled professes or practices Egyptology)  :: egiptólogo {m}
egyptology {n} (Egyptology) SEE: Egyptology  ::
Egyptology {n} (the study of ancient Egypt)  :: egiptologia {f}
eh {interj} (used as a tag question)  :: hein
eh {interj} (used to mean “What?”)  :: hein
Ehlers-Danlos syndrome {n} (inherited disorder caused by a defect in the synthesis of collagen)  :: síndrome de Ehlers-Danlos {f}
Eid {prop} (Muslim religious festival)  :: eid {m}
Eid al-Adha {prop} (Islamic festival)  :: Eid al-Adha {m}, festa do sacrifício {f}
Eid al-Fitr {prop} (religious celebration)  :: Eid al-Fitr {m}
eider {n} (duck of genus Somateria)  :: êider {m}
eiderdown {n} (a quilt stuffed with this down)  :: edredom
eidetic {adj} (pertaining to a memory of perfect clarity)  :: eidético
eidetic memory {n} (accurate and seemingly unlimited memory)  :: memória fotográfica {f}
Eiffel Tower {prop} (tower in Paris)  :: Torre Eiffel {f}
eigen- {prefix}  :: auto-
eigenfunction {n} (function)  :: autofunção {f}
eigenvalue {n} (change in magnitude of an eigenvector)  :: valor próprio {m}
eigenvector {n} (vector not rotated by linear transformation)  :: autovetor {m}, vetor próprio {m}
eight {num} (cardinal number 8)  :: oito
eight {n} (The digit/figure 8)  :: oito {m}
eight {n} (Playing card with value 8)  :: oito {m}
eighteen {num} (cardinal number)  :: dezoito
eighteenth {adj} (the ordinal form of the number eighteen)  :: décimo oitavo
eighteenth {n} (The person or thing in the eighteenth position)  :: décimo oitavo {m}
eighteenth {n} (One of eighteen equal parts of a whole)  :: décimo oitavo {m}
eighth {adj} (ordinal form of the number eight)  :: oitavo {m}, oitava {f} (abbreviations 8º {m}, 8ª {f})
eighth {n} (person or thing in the eighth position)  :: oitavo {m}, oitava {f}
eighth {n} (one of eight equal parts of a whole)  :: oitavo {m}
eighth note {n} (eighth note) SEE: quaver  ::
eight hundred {num} (cardinal number 800)  :: oitocentos {m}, oitocentas {f}
eightieth {adj} (ordinal form of the number eighty)  :: octogésimo {m}, octogésima {f} (abbreviations 80º {m}, 80ª {f})
eightieth {n} (The person or thing in the eightieth position)  :: octogésimo {m}, octogésima {f}
eightieth {n} (One of eighty equal parts of a whole)  :: octogésimo {m}
eight o'clock {n} (the start of the ninth hour)  :: oito horas {f-p}
eight thousand {n} (cardinal number)  :: oito mil
eighty {num} (80)  :: oitenta
eighty-eight {num} (88)  :: oitenta e oito
eighty-five {num} (the cardinal number 85)  :: oitenta e cinco
eighty-four {num} (84)  :: oitenta e quatro
eighty-nine {num} (89)  :: oitenta e nove
eighty-one {num} (81)  :: oitenta e um
eighty-seven {num} (87)  :: oitenta e sete
eighty-six {num} (cardinal number 86)  :: oitenta e seis
eighty-three {num} (83)  :: oitenta e três
eighty-two {num} (82)  :: oitenta e dois
Eindhoven {prop} (city in the Netherlands)  :: Eindhoven {f}
Einstein {prop} (Albert Einstein)  :: Einstein
einsteinium {n} (element with atomic number 99)  :: einstânio {m}
either {determiner} (each of two)  :: ambos {m-p}, qualquer um {m-p}
either {determiner} (one or the other)  :: ou ... ou
either {adv} ((after a negative) as well)  :: também não, tampouco
either {conj} (Introduces the first of two options)  :: ou...ou
ejaculate {v} (to eject abruptly)  :: ejacular
ejaculate {v} (to eject semen or vaginal fluid)  :: ejacular
ejaculate {n} (the liquid ejected during ejaculation)  :: ejaculação {f}
ejaculation {n} (ejection of semen through the urethra)  :: ejaculação {f}
eject {v} (to compel to leave)  :: expulsar
eject {v} (to throw out forcefully)  :: ejetar
eject {v} (to project oneself from an aircraft)  :: ejetar
eject {v} (to cause to come out of a machine)  :: ejetar
eject {v} (to come out of a machine)  :: ejetar
ekranoplan {n} (ground-effect vehicle)  :: ecranoplano
el {n} (name of the letter L, l)  :: ele {m}
El Aaiún {prop} (El Aaiún, Western Sahara)  :: Laayoune {f}, El Aaiun {f}, El Aaiún {f}
elaborate {adj} (detailed)  :: detalhado
elaborate {adj} (flashy or fancy)  :: elaborado
elaborate {v} (to give further detail or explanation)  :: argumentar
Elam {prop} (ancient civilization)  :: Elam {m}, Elão {m}
Elamite {n} (an inhabitant of ancient Elam)  :: elamita {m} {f}
elapse {v} ((of time) to pass or move by)  :: passar, transcorrer
elastic {adj} (capable of stretching)  :: elástico
elastic {adj} (made of elastic)  :: elástico
elastic {n} (material)  :: elástico {m}
elastic {n} (elastic band) SEE: elastic band  ::
elastic band {n} (loop of rubber or similar material)  :: elástico {m}, liga {f}
elasticity {n} (physics: property by which a material can regain its original dimensions)  :: elasticidade {f}
elasticity {n} (quality of being elastic)  :: elasticidade {f}
elasticity {n} (adaptability) SEE: adaptability  ::
elated {adj} (extremely happy and excited)  :: exultante {m} {f}
elative {n} (elative case of a noun)  :: elativo {m}
elative case {n} (case used to indicate movement out of something)  :: elativo {m}, caso elativo {m}
Elbe {prop} (European river)  :: Elba {m}
elbow {n} (joint between upper arm and forearm)  :: cotovelo {m}
elbow {n} (pipe fitting)  :: cotovelo {m}
elbow {v} (to push with the elbow)  :: cotovelar, acotovelar
elbow bone {n} (ulna) SEE: ulna  ::
Elbrus {prop} (mountain)  :: Elbro {m}, Elbrus {m}
elder {adj} (greater than another in age or seniority)  :: mais velho/idoso/antigo
elder {n} (leader of a community)  :: ancião {m}, anciã {f}
elder {n} (Sambucus nigra)  :: sabugueiro {m}, sabugo {m}
elder {n} (Sambucus)  :: sabugueiro {m}
elderberry {n} (elder tree) SEE: elder  ::
elderberry {n} (fruit)  :: sabugo {m}
elderly {adj} (old)  :: idoso {m}, idosa {f}
El Dorado {prop} (a legendary lost city of gold)  :: El Dorado {m}, El Dourado {m}
Eleanor {prop} (female given name)  :: Leonor
Eleazar {prop} (biblical character)  :: Eleazar {m}
elect {v} (to elect) SEE: choose  ::
elect {v} (to choose or make decision)  :: eleger
elect {v} (to choose in election)  :: eleger
elect {adj} (who has been elected)  :: eleito {m}
election {n} (process of choosing a new leader or representatives)  :: eleição {f}
election {n} (choice of a leader or representatives)  :: eleição {f}
elective {adj} (of or pertaining to voting or elections)  :: eletivo
elector {n} (person eligible to vote)  :: eleitor
elector {n} (in the Holy Roman Empire, a participant in the election of the emperor) SEE: Elector  ::
Elector {n} (elector or prince-elector)  :: príncipe-eleitor {m}, príncipe eleitor {m}
electoral {adj} (of, or relating to elections)  :: eleitoral
electoral district {n} (district represented by one or more elected officials)  :: circunscrição eleitoral {f} [Brazil], círculo eleitoral {m} [Portugal]
electoral fraud {n} (illegal interference with an election)  :: fraude eleitoral {f}
electoral system {n} (voting system) SEE: voting system  ::
electorate {n} (those entitled to vote collectively)  :: eleitorado {m}
electorate {n} (dominion of an elector in the Holy Roman Empire)  :: eleitorado {m}
electorate {n} (geographic area encompassing electoral district) SEE: electoral district  ::
Electorate of the Palatinate {prop} (historical territory of the Holy Roman Empire)  :: Eleitorado do Palatinato
electric {adj} (electrical)  :: elétrico
electric {adj} (electronic (musical instrument))  :: elétrico
electric {adj} (emotionally thrilling)  :: eletrizante
electrical {adj} (related to electricity and electronics)  :: elétrico
electrical energy {n} (form of energy)  :: energia elétrica {f}
electrical engineering {n} (branch of engineering)  :: engenharia elétrica {f}
electric car {n} (a car that uses electric motors)  :: carro elétrico {m}
electric chair {n} (device used for performing execution by electrocution)  :: cadeira elétrica {f}
electric charge {n}  :: carga elétrica {f}
electric circuit {n} (path or interconnected group of paths (at least one of which is closed) that can carry an electric current)  :: circuito elétrico {m}
electric current {n} (measurement of the rate of flow of electric charge)  :: corrente {f}
electric eel {n} (species of fish)  :: enguia-elétrica {f}, poraquê {m}, peixe-elétrico {m}
electric energy {n} (electrical energy) SEE: electrical energy  ::
electric fence {n} (electric fence)  :: cerca eletrificada {f}
electric guitar {n} (guitar which requires electronic amplification)  :: guitarra elétrica {f}
electrician {n} (tradesman who works with electrical equipment)  :: eletricista {m} {f}
electricity {n} (form of energy)  :: eletricidade {f}
electricity {n} (field of physical science and technology)  :: eletricidade {f}
electricity {n} (excitement)  :: eletrização {f}
electricity {n} (electric power)  :: eletricidade {f}, luz {f}
electric shock {n} (physical reaction)  :: choque elétrico {m}
electrification {n} (the act of electrifying, or the state of being charged with electricity)  :: eletrificação {f}
electro- {prefix} (meaning electricity or electrical)  :: eletro-
electrocardiogram {n} (trace of an electrocardiograph)  :: eletrocardiograma {m}
electrochemistry {n} (chemistry pertaining to electricity)  :: eletroquímica {f}
electrocution {n} (accidental death or suicide by electric shock)  :: eletrocussão {f}
electrode {n} (the terminal through which electric current passes)  :: eletrodo {m}
electroluminescence {n} (generation of light by application of an alternating current or by electric discharge)  :: eletroluminescência {f}
electrolysis {n} (chemical change)  :: electrólise {f}
electrolyte {n} (substance that ionizes and conducts electricity)  :: eletrólito {m}
electrolyte {n} (ion that regulates the electric charge on cells and the flow of water across their membranes)  :: eletrólito {m}
electrolytic {adj} (relating to electrolysis)  :: eletrolítico
electromagnet {n} (magnet)  :: eletroímã {m}
electromagnetic {adj} (pertaining to electromagnetism)  :: eletromagnético
electromagnetic interaction {n} (electromagnetic interaction)  :: interação eletromagnética {f}
electromagnetic radiation {n} (radiation)  :: radiação eletromagnética {f}
electromagnetic wave {n} (electromagnetic radiation)  :: onda eletromagnética {f}
electromagnetism {n} (a fundamental force)  :: eletromagnetismo {m}
electron {n} (the negatively charged subatomic particles that orbit atoms)  :: electrão {m}, [Brazil] elétron {m}
electron hole {n} (lack of an electron) SEE: hole  ::
electronic {adj} (pertaining to electrons)  :: eletrónico [Portugal], eletrônico [Brazil]
electronic {adj} (operating on behavior of electrons)  :: eletrónico [Portugal], eletrônico [Brazil]
electronic {adj} (generated by electronic device)  :: eletrónico [Portugal], eletrônico [Brazil]
electronic {adj} (of or pertaining to the Internet)  :: eletrónico [Portugal], eletrônico [Brazil], online
electronic book {n} (e-book) SEE: e-book  ::
electronic cigarette {n} (electronic cigarette)  :: cigarro eletrônico {m} [Brazil]
electronic game {n} (game played on an electronic device)  :: jogo eletrônico {m}
electronics {n} ((physics))  :: eletrônica {f}
electron microscope {n} (any of several forms of microscope that use a beam of electrons)  :: microscópio eletrónico {m} [Portugal], microscópio eletrônico {m} [Brazil]
electron volt {n} (a unit for measuring the energy of subatomic particles)  :: elétron-volt
electrophoresis {n} (method for separation of large molecules)  :: eletroforese {f}
electroscope {n} (device that detects the presence of an electric charge)  :: eletroscópio {m}
electrostatic {adj} (of, relating to, or producted by electrostatics or static electricity)  :: eletrostático
electrostatics {n} (branch of physics)  :: eletrostática {f}
electrum {n} (fossil resin) SEE: amber  ::
eleemosynary {adj} (relating to charity)  :: relacionado a caridade
eleemosynary {adj} (given in charity)  :: fornecido através de caridade
eleemosynary {adj} (supported by charity)  :: apoiado por caridade
elegance {n} (grace, refinement, and beauty in movement, appearance, or manners)  :: elegância {f}
elegance {n} (restraint and grace in style)  :: elegância {f}
elegant {adj} (exhibiting elegance)  :: elegante
elegy {n} (mournful or plaintive poem or song)  :: elegia {f}
element {n} (simplest or essential part or principle of anything)  :: fundamento {m}, fundamento {m}
element {n} (chemistry: simplest chemical substance)  :: elemento {m}
element {n} (alchemy: one of the four basic building blocks)  :: elemento {m}
element {n} (something small)  :: resquício {m}, vestígio {m}
element {n} (atmospheric forces)  :: intempérie {f}
element {n} (place or state of being that an individual or object is better suited towards)  :: meio {m}
element {n} (set theory: object in a set)  :: elemento {m}
element {n} (heating element)  :: resistência {f}
element {n} (computing: conceptual object in a markup language)  :: elemento {m}
elemental {adj} (basic, fundamental, elementary) SEE: elementary  ::
elementary {adj} (relating to the basic, essential or fundamental part of something)  :: elementar
elementary {adj} (relating to an elementary school)  :: fundamental
elementary {adj} (relating to a subatomic particle)  :: elementar
elementary particle {n} (subatomic particle that does not consist of smaller particles)  :: partícula elementar {f}
elementary school {n} (school for children) SEE: primary school  ::
elephant {n} (mammal)  :: elefante {m}, elefanta {f}, aliá {f}, elefoa {f}, alifante {m}
elephantiasis {n} (disease)  :: elefantíase {f}
elephantine {adj} (of or relating to elephants)  :: elefantino
elephant in the room {n} (problem that is obvious but ignored)  :: elefante na sala {m}
elephantry {n} (branch of an army that uses elephants)  :: elefantaria {f}
elephant seal {n} (mammal of the genus Mirounga)  :: elefante-marinho {m}
elevate {v} (promote) SEE: promote  ::
elevation {n} (distance of a celestial object above the horizon)  :: elevação {f}
elevator {n} (permanent construction) SEE: lift  ::
eleven {num} (the cardinal number occurring after ten and before twelve)  :: onze
eleven hundred {num} (one thousand one hundred)  :: mil e cem
eleven o'clock {n} (the start of the twelfth hour)  :: onze horas {f-p}
eleventh {adj} (ordinal form of eleven)  :: décimo primeiro
eleventh {n} (something in the eleventh position)  :: undécimo {m}
eleventh {n} (one of eleven equal parts of a whole)  :: undécimo {m}
elf {n} (Norse mythology: luminous spirit dwelling in Álfheim)  :: elfo {m}
elf {n} (mythical, supernatural being)  :: elfo {m}
elf {n} (fantasy: magical, typically forest-guarding creature)  :: elfo {m}
elf {n} (very diminutive person) SEE: dwarf  ::
Eli {prop} (male given name)  :: Eli {m}
Eli {prop} (the priest who brought up Samuel)  :: Eli {m}
Elias {prop} (male given name) SEE: Elijah  ::
elide {v} (to leave out or omit)  :: omitir
elide {v} (to conflate)  :: unir, juntar
Eliezer {prop} (biblical character)  :: Eliézer {m}, Eliezer {m}
eligibility {n} (quality of being eligible)  :: elegibilidade {f}
eligible {adj} (meeting the necessary requirements to participate; worthy of being chosen)  :: elegível, apropriado
Elijah {prop} (biblical prophet)  :: Elias {m}
Elijah {prop} (male given name)  :: Elias {m}
eliminate {v} (completely destroy)  :: eliminar
eliminatory {adj} (tending to eliminate)  :: eliminatório
Elisabeth {prop} (female given name) SEE: Elizabeth  ::
Elisha {prop} (biblical prophet)  :: Eliseu
Elisheba {prop} (biblical wife of Aaron)  :: Eliseba {f}
Elista {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Elista {f}
elite {adj} (of high birth or social position)  :: de elite
elite {n} (group with higher status)  :: elite {f}, escol {m}
elite {n} (person who is among the best at certain task)  :: elite {f}
elitism {n} (belief society should be run by elite)  :: elitismo {m}
elixir {n} (alchemy: liquid which was believed to turn non-precious metals to gold)  :: elixir {m}
elixir {n} (liquid which is believed to cure all ills)  :: elixir {m}
elixir {n} (pharmacy: sweet taste-masking liquid)  :: elixir {m}
elixir of life {n} (elixir that brings immortality)  :: elixir da vida {m}
Elizabeth {prop} (female given name)  :: Elisabete, Isabel {f}
Elizabeth {prop} (mother of John the Baptist)  :: Isabel {f}
Elizabeth {prop} (wife of Aaron) SEE: Elisheba  ::
Elizabethan {adj} (pertaining to the reign of Elizabeth I of England)  :: elisabetano, isabelino
elk {n} (Alces alces) SEE: moose  ::
elk {n} (wapiti - Cervus canadensis) SEE: wapiti  ::
ell {n} (measure of cloth)  :: vara {f}
Elliott wave {n} (Elliott wave)  :: onda de Elliott {f}
ellipse {n} (curve)  :: elipse {f}
ellipsis {n} (typographic mark)  :: reticências {f-p}, pontos de reticência {m-p}, três pontos {m-p}
ellipsis {n} (omission of grammatically required words)  :: elipse {f}
ellipsoid {adj} (shaped like an ellipse) SEE: elliptical  ::
elliptical {adj} (in shape reminding of an ellipse, oval)  :: elíptico
elm {n} (tree of genus Ulmus)  :: ulmeiro {m}, olmo {m}
El Niño {n} (a global coupled ocean-atmosphere phenomenon)  :: El Niño {m}
elodea {n} (any of several underwater freshwater perennials of the genus Elodea)  :: elódea {f}
Eloise {prop} (female given name)  :: Eloísa {f}, Heloísa {f}
elongate {v} (to make long)  :: alongar, elongar
elongated {adj} (extensive in length)  :: alongado {m}
elongated {adj} (stretched)  :: alongado {m}
eloquence {n} (the quality of artistry and persuasiveness in speech or writing)  :: eloquência {f}
eloquent {adj} (fluently persuasive and articulate)  :: eloquente
eloquent {adj} (effective in expressing meaning)  :: eloquente
El Salvador {prop} (country in Central America)  :: Salvador [Portugal], El Salvador [Brazil]
else {adj} (other)  :: mais
else {adv} (word that implies any result with the exception of the one being referred to)  :: senão, em vez de, além disso
else {adv} (statement in computing that indicates the result of a conditional statement (if) evaluating as false)  :: senão
else {conj} (word that implies the would be consequence of the preceding event not happening)  :: senão
elsewhere {adv} (in or at some other place)  :: em outro lugar, alhures
elsewhere {adv} (to some other place)  :: para outro lugar
elucidate {v} (make clear)  :: elucidar, esclarecer
elude {v} (to evade)  :: escapar
elusive {adj} (evading capture, comprehension or remembrance)  :: elusivo, fugidio
elusive {adj} (difficult to describe)  :: elusivo
Elvis {prop} (a male given name)  :: Elvis {m}
Elvis {n} (impersonator of Elvis Presley)  :: Elvis {m}
Elysian {adj} (of or pertaining to Elysium)  :: elísio
Elysium {prop} (In mythology, the home of the blessed after death)  :: Elísio
em {n} (name of the letter M, m)  :: eme {m}
emaciated {adj} (thin or haggard)  :: emaciado
e-mail {n} (email) SEE: email  ::
e-mail {v} (email) SEE: email  ::
email {n} (system)  :: e-mail {m}, correio eletrónico {m} [Portugal], correio eletrônico {m} [Brazil]
email {n} (message sent via email)  :: e-mail {m}, correio eletrónico {m} [Portugal], correio eletrônico {m} [Brazil]
email {n} (an email address)  :: e-mail {m}, endereço eletrónico {m} [Portugal], endereço eletrônico {m} [Brazil]
email {v} (to send an email or emails to)  :: mandar/enviar (um) e-mail (para)
email {v} (intransitive: to send an email or emails)  :: mandar/enviar e-mails
email {v} (to send via email)  :: mandar por email
email address {n} (e-mail address) SEE: e-mail address  ::
e-mail address {n} (unique identifier)  :: endereço de e-mail {m}, endereço eletrónico {m}
Emajõgi {prop} (river in Estonia)  :: Embach {m}
emancipation {n} (act of setting free from the power of another)  :: emancipação
emasculate {adj} (castrated, emasculated)  :: emasculado {m}, castrado {m}
embalm {v} (to treat a corpse in order to prevent decomposition)  :: embalsamar
embalm {v} (to perfume)  :: embalsamar
embankment {n} (artificial mound of earth and stone)  :: dique {m}
embarge {n} (embargo) SEE: embargo  ::
embarge {v} (to put in a barge)  :: embarcar
embarge {v} (to board a barge)  :: embarcar
embargo {n} (an order by the government prohibiting ships from leaving port)  :: embargo {m}, bloqueio {m}
embargo {n} (a ban on trade with another country)  :: embargo {m}
embark {v} (to get on a boat)  :: embarcar
embark {v} (to start)  :: começar
embarrass {v} (to humiliate; to disrupt somebody's composure or comfort with acting publicly or freely)  :: embaraçar
embarrassed {adj} (Having a feeling of shameful discomfort)  :: envergonhado, embaraçado
embarrassing {adj} (causing embarrassment)  :: embaraçoso, constrangedor
embarrassment {n} (state of discomfort)  :: vergonha {f}
embarrassment {n} (person whose actions cause humiliation)  :: vergonha {f}
embassy {n} (organization representing a foreign state)  :: embaixada {f}
embed {v} (lay as in a bed; lay in surrounding matter)  :: encaixar, colocar, embutir
embedded {adj} (part of; firmly, or securely surrounded; lodged solidly into)  :: incrustado, embutido {m}
embedded {adj} (partially buried in concrete or planted in earth)  :: incrustado
embedding {n} (in mathematics)  :: mergulho {m}
embellish {v} (To make more beautiful and attractive; to decorate)  :: embelezar
embellish {v} (To make something sound or look better or more acceptable than it is in reality, to distort)  :: embelezar
embellishment {n} (ornamental addition)  :: embelezamento {m}
ember {n} (glowing piece of coal or wood)  :: brasa {f}
ember {n} (smoldering ash) SEE: embers  ::
embers {n} (the smoldering or glowing remains of a fire, smoldering ash)  :: brasas {f}, borralho {m}, borralha {f}
embetterment {n} (improvement) SEE: improvement  ::
embezzle {v} (to steal money that one has been trusted with)  :: desviar
embezzlement {n} (The fraudulent conversion of property from a property owner)  :: peculato {m}
embiggen {v} (Make bigger)  :: engrandecer, aumentar
emblem {n} (representative symbol)  :: emblema {m}
emblematic {adj} (serving as a symbol)  :: emblemático {m}
embodiment {n} (entity typifying an abstraction)  :: personificação {f}
embody {v} (represent in a physical form; to incarnate or personify)  :: incorporar, encarnar, personificar
embolism {n} (obstruction or occlusion of an artery by an embolus)  :: embolia {f}
embouchure {n} (use of the lips, facial muscles, tongue, and teeth when playing a wind instrument)  :: embocadura {f}
embourgeoisement {n} (the adoption the characteristics of the bourgeoisie)  :: aburguesamento {m}
embrace {v} (to hug (a person))  :: abraçar
embrace {v} ((metaphorical) to enfold or include (ideas, principles, etc))  :: abraçar
embrace {n} (hug)  :: abraço {m}
embrasure {n} (Any of the indentations between the merlons of a battlement)  :: troneira {f}
embroider {v} (to stitch a decorative design on fabric with needle and thread)  :: bordar
embroider {v} (to add imaginary detail to a narrative)  :: florear
embroidery {n} (ornamentation)  :: bordado {m}
embroidery {n} (fabric)  :: bordado {m}
embroil {v} (to draw into a situation)  :: envolver
embroilment {n} (an entangled situation) SEE: imbroglio  ::
embryo {n} (fertilized egg before developing into a fetus)  :: embrião {m}
embryo {n} (an organism in the earlier stages of development before it emerges from the egg, or before metamorphosis)  :: embrião {m}
embryo {n} (in viviparous animals: the young animal's earliest stages in the mother's body)  :: embrião {m}
embryo {n} (in humans: the cell growth up to the end of the seventh week in the mother's body)  :: embrião {m}
embryo {n} (botany: rudimentary plant contained in the seed)  :: embrião {m}
embryo {n} (the beginning; the first stage of anything)  :: embrião {m}
embryology {n} (the scientific study of embryos)  :: embriologia {f}
embryonic {adj} (embryology: of or relating to an embryo)  :: embrionário, embriónico
em dash {n} (typographical symbol '—')  :: travessão {m}
emerald {adj} (rich green colour)  :: esmeralda
emerald {n} (gemstone)  :: esmeralda {f}
emerald {n} (colour)  :: verde-esmeralda {m}
emerge {v} (to come into view)  :: emergir
emerge {v} (to come out of)  :: emergir
emergence {n} (the arising of emergent structure in complex systems)  :: emergência {f}
emergency {n} (situation requiring urgent assistance)  :: emergência {f}, urgência {f}
emergency escape {n} (fire escape) SEE: fire escape  ::
emergency exit {n} (exit for evacuation)  :: saída de emergência {f}
emergency physician {n} (emergency physician)  :: emergencista {m-f}, médico emergencista {m}, médica emergencista {f}
emergency room {n} (Hospital department primarily used for the treatment of the most serious, often life-threatening conditions)  :: pronto-socorro
emergency stairs {n} (fire escape) SEE: fire escape  ::
emeritus {adj} (retired but retaining an honorific version of previous title)  :: emérito {m}
emesis {n} (act of vomiting)  :: êmese {f}
emetic {adj} (causing nausea and vomiting)  :: emético
emetic {n} (an agent that induces vomiting)  :: emético
emigrant {n} (someone who leaves a country to settle in a new country)  :: emigrante {m} {f}
emigrate {v} (to leave one's country in order to reside elsewhere)  :: emigrar
emigration {n} (act of emigrating)  :: emigração {f}
Emil {prop} (male given name)  :: Emílio {m}
Emile {prop} (Emil) SEE: Emil  ::
Emilia-Romagna {prop} (region of Italy)  :: Emília-Romanha
Emily {prop} (given name)  :: Emília {f}
eminent {adj} (remarkable, great)  :: eminente
eminent {adj} (of a person: distinguished, noteworthy)  :: eminente
eminent domain {n} (government's right to expropriate private land)  :: desapropriação {f}
eminently {adv} (in an eminent manner)  :: eminentemente
eminently {adv} (to a great degree)  :: notavelmente
emir {n} (Islamic prince or leader)  :: emir {m}
emirate {n} (country ruled by an emir)  :: emirado {m}
emissary {n} (an agent sent on a mission to represent the interests of someone else)  :: emissário {m}
emission {n} (something that is emitted)  :: emissão {f}
emission {n} (act of sending or throwing out)  :: emissão
emit {v} (to send out or give off)  :: emitir
emitter {n} (that which emits)  :: emissor {m}
Emma {prop} (female given name)  :: Ema {f}
Emmanuel {prop} (male given name)  :: Manuel
Emmanuel {prop} (figure whose birth is foretold) SEE: Immanuel  ::
Emmanuel {prop} (this figure, regarded as Christ) SEE: Immanuel  ::
emmer {n} (Triticum dicoccon)  :: farro {m}
emmetropia {n} (perfect vision)  :: emetropia {f}
emoticon {n} (representation of an emotion of the writer)  :: emoticon {m}
emotion {n} (person's internal state of being)  :: emoção {f}
emotional {adj} (of or relating to the emotions)  :: emocional, emotivo
emotional {adj} (characterised by emotion)  :: emocional, emocionado, emotivo
emotional {adj} (determined by emotion rather than reason)  :: emocional, emotivo
emotional {adj} (appealing to or arousing emotion)  :: emocional, comovente
emotional {adj} (easily affected by emotion)  :: emotivo, impressionável
emotional {adj} (readily displaying emotion)  :: emotivo
emotional blackmail {n} (psychological misuse of a person's emotions)  :: chantagem emocional {f}
empathic embarrassment {n} (embarrassment felt for someone else: vicarious embarrassment) SEE: vicarious embarrassment  ::
empathy {n} (intellectual identification)  :: empatia {f}
empathy {n} (capacity to understand another person's point of view)  :: empatia {f}
emperor {n} (ruler of an empire)  :: imperador {m}
emperor penguin {n} (largest penguin)  :: pinguim-imperador
emperor's new clothes {n} (something obvious and embarrassing that is politely ignored)  :: roupa nova do imperador {f}, roupas novas do imperador {f}
emphasis {n} (special weight or forcefulness given to something considered important)  :: ênfase {f}
emphasis {n} (special attention or prominence given to something)  :: ênfase {f}
emphasis {n} (prominence given to a syllable or words)  :: ênfase {f}
emphasize {v} (stress)  :: enfatizar
emphatic {adj} (characterized by emphasis)  :: enfático
emphatic {adj} (of emphatic consonants)  :: enfático
emphatically {adv} (in an emphatic manner)  :: enfaticamente
emphysema {n} (abnormal accumulation of air in tissues)  :: enfisema {m}
emphyteusis {n} (right)  :: enfiteuse {f}, aforamento {m}
emphyteutic {adj} (pertaining to emphyteusis)  :: enfitêutico
empire {n} (political unit)  :: império {m}
empire {n} (group of states)  :: império {m}
empire {n} (state ruled by an emperor)  :: império {m}
empire {n} (area under the power of one person)  :: império {m}
empiric {n} (unqualified or dishonest practitioner) SEE: charlatan  ::
empiric {adj} (empiric) SEE: empirical  ::
empiric {n} (one guided by empiricism) SEE: empiricist  ::
empirical {adj} (pertaining to or based on experience)  :: empírico
empiricism {n} (philosophical theory)  :: empirismo {m}
empiricist {n} (an advocate or supporter of empiricism)  :: empirista
employ {v} (employ, apply) SEE: use  ::
employ {v} (to give someone work)  :: contratar
employ {v} (to put into use)  :: empregar
employability {n} (state of being employable)  :: empregabilidade {f}
employed {adj} (used)  :: empregue
employed {adj} (working)  :: empregado {m}
employee {n} (individual who provides labor to a company or another person)  :: empregado {m}, empregada {f}
employer {n} (person or entity which employs others)  :: empregador {m}
employment {n} (use, purpose)  :: emprego {m}
employment {n} (the act of employing)  :: emprego {m}
employment {n} (the state of being employed)  :: emprego {m}
employment {n} (the work or occupation for which one is paid)  :: emprego {m}, trabalho {m}, serviço {m}
employment contract {n} (category of contract)  :: contrato de trabalho {m}
emporium {n} (a shop that offers a wide variety of goods)  :: empório {m}
emporium {n} (a market place or trading centre, particularly of an ancient city)  :: empório {m}
empower {v} (to give permission to)  :: dar poderes a
empowerment {n} (granting of power)  :: empoderamento {m}
empowerment {n} (state of being empowered)  :: empoderamento {m}
empress {n} (female monarch of an empire)  :: imperatriz {f}
empress {n} (wife or widow of an emperor)  :: imperatriz {f}
emptiness {n} (the state or feeling of being empty)  :: vazio {m}
empty {adj} (devoid of content)  :: vazio
empty {v} (to make empty)  :: esvaziar
empty {n} (empty bottle)  :: casco {m}
empty-handed {adj} (emptyhanded) SEE: emptyhanded  ::
emptyhanded {adj} (having nothing to give)  :: de mãos vazias, de mãos abanando
emptyhanded {adj} (having given or received nothing)  :: de mãos vazias, de mãos abanando
empty-headed {adj} (silly)  :: cabeça oca {m}
empty set {n} (the unique set that contains no elements)  :: conjunto vazio {m}
empty space {n} (vacuum) SEE: vacuum  ::
empyema {n} (collection of pus)  :: empiema
emu {n} (Dromaius novaehollandiae)  :: emu {m}
emulative {adj} (having a tendency to emulate others)  :: emulador {m}, emuladora {f}
emulator {n} (device that acts as something else)  :: emulador {m}, emuladora {f}
emulator {n} (software or hardware application that simulates another system)  :: emulador {m}
emulsion {n} (suspension of one liquid in another)  :: emulsão {f}
en {n} (name of the letter N, n)  :: ene {m}
enable {v} (to make able)  :: possibilitar
enable {v} (to activate a function of an electronical or mechanical device)  :: ativar, habilitar
enabler {n} (one who helps something to happen)  :: facilitador {m}, habilitador {m}, capacitador {m}
enact {v} (to make (a bill) into law)  :: promulgar, passar
enact {v} (to act the part of; to play)  :: interpretar
enact {v} (to do; to effect)  :: realizar
enamel {n} (opaque, glassy coating baked onto metal or ceramic objects)  :: esmalte {m}
enamel {n} (covering on the tooth)  :: esmalte {m}
enamel {v} (to coat with enamel)  :: esmaltar
enantiomer {n} (one of a pair of mirror-image stereoisomers)  :: enantiómero {m} [Portugal], enantiômero {m} [Brazil]
enarthrosis {n} (a ball-and-socket joint)  :: enartrose {f}
encampment {n} (campsite)  :: acampamento
encapsulate {v} (to enclose as if in a capsule)  :: encapsular, embrulhar
encapsulate {v} (to epitomize)  :: resumir, sintetizar, epitomizar
-ence {suffix} (-ance)  :: -ença, -ência
encephalitis {n} (inflammation of the brain)  :: encefalite {f}
encephalocele {n} (hernia of the brain)  :: encefalocele {f}
encephalogram {n} (an image of the brain obtained by encephalography)  :: encefalograma {m}
encephalopathy {n} (condition affecting the brain)  :: encefalopatia {f}
enchant {v} (to attract and delight)  :: encantar
enchant {v} (to cast a spell over)  :: encantar
enchanting {adj} (having the ability to enchant)  :: encantador
enchantingly {adv} (in an enchanting manner)  :: encantadoramente
enchantment {n} (act, feeling of enchanting)  :: encantamento {m}
enchantment {n} (something that enchants)  :: encantamento {m}
enchorial {adj} (indigenous, native)  :: nativo, autóctone
enchorial {adj} (of the vulgar form of Egyptian hieratic writing)  :: demótico
encircle {v} (surround)  :: cercar
enclave {n} (entity completely surrounded by another)  :: enclave {m}
enclose {v} (surround, fence in)  :: cercar
enclose {v} (insert into a container)  :: colocar
enclose {v} (hold, contain)  :: conter, manter
enclosed {adj} (contained within)  :: contido {m}
enclosed {adj} (surrounded)  :: rodeado, cercado
enclosure {n} (area partially or entirely enclosed by walls, fences or buildings)  :: cercado {m}
encode {v} (to convert plain text into code)  :: codificar
encode {v} (genetics)  :: codificar
encoding {n} (character encoding (computing))  :: codificação {f}
encomium {n} (tribute)  :: encômio {m}
encompass {v} (encircle)  :: cercar, circundar
encompass {v} (surround)  :: rodear, circundar, conter
encompass {v} (include)  :: compreender, abarcar, englobar
encore {n} (brief extra performance after the main performance is complete)  :: bis {m}
encore {n} (a call for a repeat performance)  :: bis {m}
encore {interj} (please perform again)  :: bis!
encounter {v} (meet (someone) or find (something) unexpectedly)  :: encontrar, deparar-se com
encounter {v} (confront (someone or something))  :: confrontar, deparar-se com
encounter {v} (engage in conflict)  :: confrontar
encounter {n} (unplanned meeting)  :: encontro inesperado {m}
encounter {n} (hostile meeting)  :: confronto {m}
encourage {v} (mentally support or motivate)  :: encorajar
encourage {v} (spur on, recommend)  :: recomendar
encouragement {n} (the act of encouraging)  :: encorajamento {m}, estimulação {f}
encouragement {n} (that which serves to incite, support, promote or advance, as favor, countenance, reward etc.)  :: encorajamento {m}, estímulo {m}
encroach {v} (to intrude unrightfully on someone else's rights or territory)  :: invadir
encrypt {v} (to conceal information by means of a code or cipher)  :: encriptar
encryption {n} (process of obscuring information to make it unreadable without special knowledge, key files, and/or passwords)  :: criptografia
encyclical {n} (papal letter delivered to Bishops)  :: encíclica {f}
encyclopaedia {n} (encyclopedia) SEE: encyclopedia  ::
encyclopedia {n} (comprehensive reference with articles on a range of topics)  :: enciclopédia {f}
encyclopedic {adj} (of or relating to comprehensiveness and other characteristics of an encyclopedia)  :: enciclopédico
encyclopedic dictionary {n} (form of dictionary with long, detailed entries on words)  :: dicionário enciclopédico {m}
end {n} (extreme part)  :: fim, cabo {m}, término {m}
end {n} (death)  :: fim {m}
end {n} (purpose)  :: fim {m}
end {v} (ergative, intransitive: be finished, be terminated)  :: acabar, terminar, findar, finalizar, concluir
end {v} (transitive: finish, terminate (something))  :: acabar, terminar
endangered {adj} (in danger, at risk)  :: em risco
en dash {n} (typographical symbol –)  :: traço ene {m}
endeavor {n} (a sincere attempt)  :: tentativa {f}
endeavor {n} (enterprise; assiduous or persistent activity)  :: esforço {m}, empenho {m}
endeavor {v} (attempt through application of effort)  :: tentar
endemic {adj} (prevalent in a particular area)  :: endêmico
endgame {n} (part of a chess game)  :: final {m}
ending {n} (termination or conclusion)  :: fim {m}, final {m}, término {m}, conclusão {f}, finalização {f}, terminação
ending {n} (last part of something)  :: fim {m}, final {m}
ending {n} (grammar: last morpheme of a word) SEE: termination  ::
endive {n} (salad vegetable)  :: endívia {f}, escarola {f}
endless {adj} (having no end)  :: infinito, infindável, incessante, infindo
endocannibalism {n} (the eating of dead members of one's own social group)  :: endocanibalismo {m}
endocrine {adj} (producing internal secretions that are transported around the body by the bloodstream)  :: endócrino
endocrinology {n} (study of the endocrine glands)  :: endocrinologia {f}
endocytosis {n} (cytological process)  :: endocitose {f}
end of the world {n} (end of the world)  :: fim do mundo {m}
endogamy {n} (the practice of marrying within one's own social group)  :: endogamia {f}
endogenous {adj} (produced, originating or growing from within)  :: endógeno
endogenous {adj} (of a disease, caused by factors within the body)  :: endógeno
endoplasmic reticulum {n} (network of membranes)  :: retículo endoplasmático
endorphin {n} (any of a group of peptide hormones)  :: endorfina {f}
endorse {v} (support)  :: endossar
endoscopic {adj} (of or relating to endoscopy)  :: endoscópico
endosperm {n} (tissue)  :: endosperma {m}
endosymbiosis {n} (living within another organism)  :: endossimbiose
endosymbiotic theory {n} (the theory that concerns the origins of mitochondria and chloroplasts)  :: teoria da endossimbiose {f}
endothelial {adj} (of or pertaining to the endothelium)  :: endotelial
endothermic {adj} (chemistry: absorbing heat)  :: endotérmico
endotoxic {adj} (of, related to, or caused by an endotoxin)  :: endotóxico
endotracheal {adj} (within or through the trachea)  :: endotraqueal
endow {v} (to furnish with money or its equivalent)  :: financiar, custear
endow {v} (to enrich or furnish with anything of the nature of a gift)  :: dotar
endow {v} (to be furnished with something naturally)  :: dotar
endue {v} (to clothe)  :: trazer, carregar
end up {v} (conclude, turn out)  :: terminar
end up {v} (arrive at a destination)  :: acabar
end up {v} (eventually do)  :: acabar
endurance {n} (the measure of a person's stamina or persistence)  :: resistência {f}
endurance {n} (ability to endure hardship)  :: firmeza {f}
endure {v} (to endure) SEE: take  ::
endure {v} (endure, undergo) SEE: suffer  ::
endure {v} (to continue despite obstacles)  :: aguentar, prevalecer
endure {v} (to tolerate something)  :: aguentar, suportar
endure {v} (to suffer)  :: sofrer, aguentar
endure {v} (to last)  :: durar, resistir
enduring {adj} (long-lasting)  :: perdurante
end user {n} (the final consumer of a product; the intended recipient or user)  :: usuário final {m}
-ene {suffix} (alkene)  :: -eno {m}
enema {n} (injection of fluid into the rectum)  :: enema {m}, clister {m}
enema {n} (fluid so injected)  :: enema {m}, clister {m}
enemy {n} (someone who is hostile to, feels hatred towards, opposes the interests of, or intends injury to someone else)  :: inimigo {m}, inimiga {f}
enemy {n} (a hostile force or nation; a fighting member of such a force or nation)  :: inimigo {m}
enemy {adj} (of, relating to, or belonging to an enemy)  :: inimigo
Eneolithic {adj} (describing the age between the Neolithic and Bronze age)  :: eneolítico, calcolítico
Eneolithic {prop} (age between the Neolithic and Bronze age)  :: eneolítico
energetic {adj} (Possessing, exerting, or displaying energy)  :: enérgico
energetic {adj} (Of or relating to energy)  :: energético
energize {v} (to invigorate, to make energetic)  :: estimular
energize {v} (to supply with energy, especially electricity)  :: energizar
energy {n} (impetus behind activity)  :: energia {f}
energy {n} (capacity to do work)  :: energia {f}
energy {n} (physics)  :: energia {f}
energy drink {n} (caffeinated soft drink)  :: energético {m}
enervate {v} (to reduce strength or energy; debilitate)  :: debilitar, enfraquecer
enforcement {n} (act of enforcing; compulsion)  :: aplicação {f}, cumprimento {m}, coerção {f}, imposição {f}, observação {f}, execução {f}
Engadin {prop} (long valley in the Swiss Alps)  :: Engadina {f}
engage {v} (to employ or obtain the services of someone)  :: contratar
engaged {adj} (agreed to be married)  :: noivo
engaged {adj} (already involved in a telephone call)  :: ocupado
engagement {n} (appointment)  :: compromisso {m}
engagement {n} (period of time when marriage is planned or promised)  :: noivado {m}
engagement {n} (instance of active hostilities)  :: combate {m}
engagement ring {n} (a ring signifying a promise to wed)  :: anel de noivado {m}
engaging {adj} (that engages; engrossing)  :: cativante, engajador
en garde {interj}  :: em guarda!
engender {v} (to bring into existence, cause)  :: engendrar
engine {n} (mechanical device)  :: motor {m}
engine {n} (locomotive)  :: locomotiva {f}
engine {n} (computer program)  :: motor {m}
engine driver {n} (person)  :: maquinista {m} {f}
engineer {n} (person qualified or professionally engaged in engineering)  :: engenheiro {m}, engenheira {f}
engineer {n} (locomotive operator)  :: maquinista {m} {f}
engineer {v} (to plan or achieve a goal by contrivance or guile)  :: maquinar
engineering {n} (application of science to the needs of humanity)  :: engenharia {f}
engineering {n} (work of an engineer)  :: engenharia {f}
engineering {n} (profession)  :: engenharia {f}
engine trouble {n} (problems occurring with an engine or motor)  :: pane do motor {m}
England {prop} (region of Great Britain)  :: Inglaterra {f}
English {adj} (of or pertaining to England)  :: inglês
English {adj} (of or pertaining to the English language)  :: inglês, anglo, ânglico
English {adj} (of or pertaining to the avoirdupois system)  :: inglês
English {prop} (people from England)  :: ingleses {m-p}
English {prop} (the English language)  :: inglês {m}
English {n} (one's ability to employ the English language)  :: inglês {m}
English Channel {prop} (The part of the Atlantic Ocean between Great Britain and France)  :: Canal da Mancha {m}
English horn {n} (cor anglais) SEE: cor anglais  ::
Englishman {n} (male native or inhabitant of England)  :: inglês {m}
Englishness {n} (being English)  :: anglicidade {f}
Englishwoman {n} (a female native or inhabitant of England)  :: inglesa {f}
engorgement {n} (the process or the condition of becoming engorged)  :: ingurgitamento {m}, engorgitamento {m}
engrave {v} (carve text or symbols into (something))  :: gravar
engraving {n} (the practice of incising a design onto a hard, flat surface)  :: gravura
engrossing {adj} (absorbing)  :: absorvente, cativante
engulf {v} (overwhelm)  :: engolir, engolfar
engulf {v} (surround; cover)  :: cobrir
enhance {v} (augment or make something greater)  :: aumentar
enhance {v} (improve something by adding features)  :: melhorar
enhanced {adj} (improved)  :: melhorado
enhanced {adj} (raised up)  :: ampliado
enhancement {n} (an improvement)  :: melhoria {f}, melhoramento {m}
enigma {n} (something puzzling, mysterious or inexplicable)  :: enigma {m}, mistério {m}
enigma {n} (riddle, or a difficult problem)  :: enigma {m}
enigmatic {adj} (pertaining to an enigma)  :: enigmático
enigmatic {adj} (mysterious)  :: enigmático
enjail {v} (put in jail) SEE: imprison  ::
enjoin {v} (to lay on, as a command)  :: injungir
enjoy {v} (to receive pleasure or satisfaction from something)  :: aproveitar, desfrutar, gozar, curtir, apreciar
enjoy {v} (to have the use or benefit of something)  :: aproveitar, gozar de, desfrutar de
enjoy oneself {v} (take pleasure)  :: divertir-se
enjoy your meal {phrase} (bon appétit) SEE: bon appétit  ::
enlarge {v} (make larger)  :: aumentar, ampliar
enlargement {n} (Act of making larger)  :: aumento {m}, ampliação {f}
enlargen {v} (enlarge) SEE: enlarge  ::
enlighten {v} (to supply with light)  :: iluminar
enlighten {v} (to make clear to the intellect)  :: iluminar, esclarecer
enlightenment {n} (act of enlightening, state of being enlightened)  :: esclarecimento {m}
Enlightenment {prop} (the Enlightenment)  :: Iluminismo {m}
enliven {v} (to make more lively)  :: avivar
en masse {adv} (in a single body or group)  :: em massa
enmity {n} (hostile or unfriendly disposition)  :: inimizade {f}
ennealogy {n} (A set of nine works of art that are connected)  :: nonalogia {f}, enealogía {f}
ennui {n} (listlessness, boredom)  :: tédio {m}, apatia {f}
ennui {n} (melancholia, depression)  :: melancolia {f}, depressão {f}
enormity {n} (extreme wickedness, nefariousness)  :: enormidade {f}
enormity {n} (hugeness)  :: enormidade {f}
enormous {adj} (extremely large)  :: enorme, gigante
enormously {adv} (to an enormous degree)  :: enormemente
enormousness {n} (great size)  :: enormidade {f}
Enosis {prop} (movement aiming to incorporate Cyprus into Greece)  :: Enosis {f}, enosis {f}, ênosis {f}
enough {determiner} (sufficient)  :: bastante, suficiente
enough {adv} (sufficiently)  :: bastante, suficientemente
enough {pron} (a sufficient or adequate number, amount, etc)  :: o suficiente
enough {interj} (stop!)  :: basta!, chega!
enough is enough {phrase} (nothing additional is required)  :: é o suficiente
enough is enough {phrase} (the limit of patience or tolerance has been reached)  :: basta!, já basta!, já chega!
enqueue {v} (to add an item to a queue)  :: enfileirar
enrage {v} (to fill with rage)  :: enfurecer
enrich {v} (to make rich(er))  :: enriquecer
enrich {v} (to add nutrients or fertilizer to the soil; to fertilize)  :: enriquecer
enroll {v} (to enter (a name) in a register, roll or list)  :: inscrever, matricular
enroll {v} (to enlist (someone) or make (someone) a member of)  :: inscrever, alistar
enrollment {n} (act of enrolling or state of being enrolled)  :: matrícula, inscrição
enrollment {n} (registration)  :: inscrição
enrolment {n} (act of enrolling or state of being enrolled)  :: matrícula {f}, inscrição {f}
enrolment {n} (people enrolled)  :: inscrito {m}
enrolment {n} (number of people enrolled)  :: matrículas {f-p}, inscrições {f-p}
en route {prep} (on the way)  :: a caminho
en route {prep} (along the way)  :: no caminho
ensemble {n} (a group of separate things that contribute to a coordinated whole)  :: sistema {m}
ensemble {n} (a coordinated costume or outfit; a suit)  :: ensemble {m}
ensemble {n} (a group of musicians, dancers etc who perform together; the chorus of a ballet company)  :: ensemble {m}, conjunto {m}
ensemble {n} (a piece for several instrumentalists or vocalists)  :: ensemble {m}
ensign {n} (military officer)  :: alferes {m}
ensign {n} (banner)  :: insígnia {f}
enslave {v} (to make subservient; to strip one of freedom; enthrall)  :: escravizar
ensnare {v} (To snare, to catch through a snare or trap)  :: engodar – v.
ensnare {v} (To entangle)  :: emaranhar – v.; enredar
ensue {v} (to occur as consequence)  :: resultar, seguir-se
ensuing {adj} (repercussions which result from some prior stimulus)  :: subsequente {m} {f}
ensure {v} (assure) SEE: assure  ::
ensure {v} (make sure or certain)  :: garantir, assegurar
entail {v} (to imply or require)  :: implicar, pressupor, requerer
entente cordiale {n} (friendly relationship)  :: entente cordiale {f}
enter {v} (to go into (a room, etc.))  :: entrar
enter {v} (to type into a computer)  :: introduzir
enteric {adj} (of, relating to, within, or by way of the intestines)  :: entérico
enteric {adj}  :: entérico
enter into {v} (enter into) SEE: penetrate  ::
enteritis {n} (intestinal disease)  :: enterite {f}
enterolith {n} (mineral concretion in the intestinal tract)  :: enterólito
enterprise {n} (company, business, organization, or endeavor)  :: empresa {f}
enterprise {n} (undertaking, especially a daring and courageous one)  :: empreendimento, empreitada {f}
enterprise {n} (willingness to undertake projects, energy and initiative)  :: iniciativa {f}
entertain {v} (to amuse)  :: divertir, entreter
entertainment {n} (activity designed to give pleasure or relaxation)  :: entretenimento {m}
entertainment {n} (show for enjoyment)  :: entretenimento {m}
enthalpy {n} (a measure of the heat content)  :: entalpia {f}
enthrone {v} (put on the throne)  :: entronar, entronizar
enthronise {v} (enthrone) SEE: enthrone  ::
enthuse {v} (to cause (someone) to feel enthusiasm)  :: entusiasmar
enthusiasm {n} (feeling of excited, lively interest)  :: entusiasmo {m}
enthusiast {n} (person filled with or guided by enthusiasm)  :: entusiasta
enthusiastic {adj} (with zealous fervor; excited, motivated)  :: entusiástico
enthusiastically {adv} (in an enthusiastic manner)  :: entusiasticamente
entice {v} (to lure; to attract by arousing desire or hope)  :: incitar, tentar
enticing {adj} (alluring)  :: aliciante, tentador {m}, atrativo {m}
entire {adj} (internal; interior) SEE: internal  ::
entire {n} (stallion) SEE: stallion  ::
entire {adj} (whole)  :: inteiro
entitle {v} (to give a title to a book etc.)  :: intitular
entity {n} (that which exists as an individual unit)  :: entidade {f}
entity {n} (something that has properties of being real)  :: entidade {f}
entomb {v} (to deposit in a tomb)  :: sepultar
entomologist {n} (scientist who studies insects)  :: entomologista, entomólogo {m}
entomology {n} (study of insects)  :: entomologia {f}
entourage {n} (retinue of attendants, associates or followers)  :: entourage
entrails {n} (internal organs)  :: entranhas {f-p}
entrance {n} (action of entering, or going in)  :: entrada {f}
entrance {n} (place of entering)  :: entrada
entrance {n} (right to go in)  :: acesso {m}
entrance {v} (to delight)  :: encantar, fascinar
entrance {v} (to put into a trance)  :: extasiar
entrée {n} (dish served before the main course of a meal)  :: entrada {f}
entrée {n} (main dish) SEE: main course  ::
entreaty {n} (petition, solicitation, prayer)  :: súplica
entrench {v} (surround with a trench)  :: entrincheirar
entrepreneur {n} (person who organizes and operates a business and assumes the associated risk)  :: empreendedor {m}
entrepreneurship {n} (quality of being an entrepreneur)  :: empreendedorismo {m}
entresol {n} (an intermediate floor in a building)  :: mezanino {m}
entropy {n} (term in thermodynamics)  :: entropia {f}
entropy {n} (measure of the amount of information in a signal)  :: entropia {f}
entropy {n} (tendency of a system to descend into chaos)  :: entropia {f}
entrust {v} (To trust to the care of)  :: confiar
entry {n} (act of entering)  :: entrada {f}
entry {n} (permission to enter)  :: acesso {m}
entry {n} (doorway that provides a means of entering a building)  :: entrada {f}
entry {n} (room)  :: entrada {f}
entry {n} (item in a list)  :: verbete {m}, entrada {f}
entry {n} (record in a log or in a database)  :: registro {m}
entry {n} (term in a matrix)  :: elemento {m}
enumerate {v} (to specify each member of a sequence individually in incrementing order)  :: enumerar
enumerate {v} (to determine the amount of)  :: enumerar
enumeration {n} (the act of enumerating)  :: enumeração {f}
enunciation {n} (act of enunciating)  :: enunciação {f}
envelop {v} (to surround or enclose)  :: envolver
envelope {n} (wrapper for mailing)  :: envelope {m}, sobrescrito {m}
enviable {adj} (Arousing or likely to arouse envy.)  :: invejável
envious {adj} (feeling or exhibiting envy)  :: invejoso
environment {n} (area around something)  :: meio {m}, ambiente {m}, arredores {p}
environment {n} (natural world or ecosystem)  :: meio ambiente {m}
environment {n} (political or social setting, arena or condition)  :: ambiente {m}
environment {n} (software or hardware on a computer)  :: ambiente {m}
environmental {adj} (pertaining to the environment)  :: ambiental
environmentalism {n} (ideology seeking to prevent the degradation of environment)  :: ambientalismo
environmentalist {n} (one who advocates for the protection of the biosphere)  :: ambientalista
environmentally {adv} (affecting the environment)  :: ambientalmente
environmentally friendly {adj} (causing little harm to the environment)  :: ecológico
envisage {v} (to conceive or see something within in one's mind)  :: imaginar, conjeturar
envision {v} (to conceive or see something within one's mind)  :: visualizar
envoy {n} (representative)  :: enviado {m}
envy {n} (resentful desire of something possessed by another)  :: inveja {f}, ciumes {m}
envy {v} (to feel displeasure towards (someone) because of their good fortune, possessions)  :: invejar
Enyo {prop} (goddess of war)  :: Ênio {f}
enzymatic {adj} (of, relating to, or caused by enzymes)  :: enzímico, enzimático
enzyme {n} (catalytic protein)  :: enzima {f}
eon {n} (eternity)  :: eternidade {f}
eon {n} (period of 1,000,000,000 years)  :: éon
eon {n} (geological time period)  :: éon {m}
eon {n} (informal, hyperbolic: a long period of time)  :: eternidade {f}
eon {n} (a being emanating from the Godhead)  :: éon {m}
Eos {prop} (Greek goddess)  :: Éos {f}
eosinophil {n} (type of white blood cell)  :: granulócito eosinófilo {m}, eosinófilo {m}
epaulet {n} (shoulder decoration)  :: dragona {f}
epee {n} (A fencing sword)  :: espada {f}
epeirogenesis {n} (formation of continents, etc via movements of earth's crust)  :: epirogênese {f} [Brazil], epirogénese {f} [Portugal]
epenthesis {n} (insertion of a phoneme or letter into a word)  :: epêntese
ephedrine {n}  :: efedrina {f}
ephemeral {adj} (lasting for a short period of time)  :: efêmero {m}
Ephesians {prop} (book of the Bible)  :: Efésios
Ephesus {prop} (a city of ancient Anatolia, in what is now Turkey)  :: Éfeso {m}
Ephraim {prop} (the younger son of Joseph)  :: Efraim {m}
Ephraim {prop} (given name)  :: Efraim {m}
epi- {prefix} (above, over, on, in addition to)  :: epi-
epic {n} (extended narrative poem)  :: épico {m}, epopeia {f}
epic {adj} (of, or relating to, an epic)  :: épico
epic {adj} (Momentously heroic)  :: épico
epic {adj} (extraordinary)  :: épico
epicaricacy {n} (rejoicing at or deriving pleasure from the misfortunes of others)  :: Schadenfreude {f}
epicene {n} (transvestite) SEE: transvestite  ::
epicene {n} (transsexual) SEE: transsexual  ::
epicene {adj} (effeminate) SEE: effeminate  ::
epicene {n} (hermaphrodite) SEE: hermaphrodite  ::
epicene {adj} (having no sexual characteristics) SEE: asexual  ::
epicene {adj} (relating to words invariant by gender)  :: epiceno
epicene {n} (effeminate person)  :: hermafrodita {m} {f}
epicene {adj} (androgynous) SEE: androgynous  ::
epicene {adj} (unisex) SEE: unisex  ::
epicene {n} (androgyne) SEE: androgyne  ::
epicene {n} (intersex) SEE: intersex  ::
epicentre {n} (point above earthquake)  :: epicentro {m}
epicness {n} (quality or state of being epic)  :: epicidade {f}
epicrisis {n} (critical or analytical summing-up)  :: epícrise {f}
Epicurean {adj} (relating to Epicurus or his philosophy)  :: epicureu, epicuriano
Epicurean {n} (a follower of Epicurus and Epicureanism)  :: epicureu {m}
Epicureanism {n} (system of philosophy based upon the teachings of Epicurus)  :: epicurismo {m}
Epicurus {prop} (ancient Greek philosopher)  :: Epicuro {m}
epicycle {n} (a small circle whose centre is on the circumference of a larger circle)  :: epiciclo {m}
epicycloid {n} (locus)  :: epicicloide {f}
epidemic {n} (widespread disease)  :: epidemia {f}
epidemic {n} (occurrence of such disease)  :: epidemia {f}
epidemic {adj} (like an epidemic)  :: epidêmico
epidemiologic {adj} (of or pertaining to epidemiology)  :: epidemiológico
epidemiological {adj} (of or pertaining to epidemiology) SEE: epidemiologic  ::
epidemiologist {n} (Scientist specialized in epidemiology)  :: epidemiologista {m} {f}, epidemiólogo {m}
epidemiology {n} (branch of medicine dealing with transmission and control of disease in populations)  :: epidemiologia {f}
epidermis {n} (skin's outer layer in animals)  :: epiderme {f}
epidermolysis {n} (any connective tissue disease)  :: epidermólise {f}
epidermolysis bullosa {n} (a connective tissue disease causing blisters in the skin and mucous membranes)  :: epidermólise bolhosa {f}
epididymis {n} (tube)  :: epidídimo {m}
epigastrium {n} (the upper middle region of the abdomen)  :: epigástrio {m}, boca do estômago {f}
epigenetic {adj} (related to epigenetics)  :: epigenético {m}
epigenetics {n} (The study of the processes involved in the genetic development of an organism, especially the activation and deactivation of genes)  :: epigenética {f}
epigenetics {n} (The study of heritable changes caused by the activation and deactivation of genes without any change in DNA sequence)  :: epigenética {f}
epiglottis {n} (an organ)  :: epiglote {f}
epigraph {n} (inscription)  :: epígrafe {f}
epigraphist {n} (person who studies epigraphy)  :: epigrafista {m-f}
epigraphy {n} (study of inscriptions)  :: epigrafia {f}
epilanguage {n}  :: epilinguagem {f}
epilepsy {n} (medical condition)  :: epilepsia {f}
epileptic {adj} (of or relating to epilepsy)  :: epiléptico [Portugal], epilético [Brazil]
epileptic {adj} (of or relating to an epileptic or epileptics)  :: epiléptico [Portugal], epilético [Brazil]
epilogue {n} (short speech at the end of a play)  :: epílogo {m}
epilogue {n} (brief oration or script at the end of a literary piece)  :: epílogo {m}
epinephrine {n} (epinephrine)  :: epinefrina {f}
epiphany {n} (manifestation or appearance of a divine or superhuman being)  :: epifania {f}, manifestação {f}
epiphany {n} (illuminating realization or discovery)  :: epifania {f}
Epiphany {n} (Christian feast)  :: Epifania {f}
epiphysis {n} (pineal gland) SEE: pineal gland  ::
Epirote {n} (an inhabitant of Epirus)  :: epirota {m} {f}
Epirus {prop} (region; historical kingdom)  :: Épiro {m}
Epirus {prop} (one of the 13 peripheries)  :: Épiro {m}
episcopal {adj} (related to a bishop)  :: episcopal
episode {n} (incident or action connected with a series of events)  :: episódio {m}
episode {n} (installment of a drama told in parts)  :: episódio {m}
epistaxis {n} (nosebleed)  :: epistaxe {f}
epistemic {adj} (relating to knowledge or cognition)  :: epistêmico
epistemological {adj} (of, or relating to, epistemology)  :: epistemológico
epistemologist {n} (A person, especially a philosopher, who studies theory of knowledge)  :: epistemólogo {m}, epistemóloga {f}
epistemology {n} (branch of philosophy dealing with the study of knowledge)  :: epistemologia {f}
epistemology {n} (particular theory of knowledge)  :: epistemologia {f}
epistle {n} (a letter)  :: carta {f}, epístola {f}
epistle {n} (book of the New Testament)  :: epístola {f}
epitaph {n} (inscription on a gravestone)  :: epitáfio {m}
epithelial {adj} (of or pertaining to the epithelium)  :: epitelial
epithelium {n} (membranous tissue)  :: epitélio
epithet {n} (term used to characterize a person or thing)  :: epíteto {m}
epitome {n} (embodiment or encapsulation of)  :: epítome
epitome {n} (summary)  :: epítome
epitomize {v} (make an epitome)  :: epitomizar
epitrochoid {n} (geometric curve)  :: epitrocoide {f}
epoch {n} (particular period of history)  :: época {f}, era {f}
eponym {n} (name of a person that has given rise to the name of something)  :: epónimo {m} [Portugal], epônimo {m} [Brazil]
eponym {n} (word formed from a person’s name)  :: epónimo {m} [Portugal], epônimo {m} [Brazil]
eponymous {adj} (relating to the person after which something is named)  :: epónimo
epopee {n} (an epic, saga)  :: epopeia
epoxide {n} (any cyclic ether, having a three-membered ring)  :: epóxido {m}
epsilon {n} (name for the fifth letter of the Greek alphabet)  :: épsilon {m}, épsilo {m}
equal {adj} (the same in all respects)  :: igual
equal {adj} (mathematics: exactly identical)  :: igual
equal {v} (be equal to)  :: ser igual a, igualar
equal {v} (informal: have as its consequence)  :: significar
equal {n} (person or thing of equal status to others)  :: igual, par {m}
equalitarian {adj} (egalitarian) SEE: egalitarian  ::
equality {n} (fact of being equal)  :: igualdade {f}
equality {n} (mathematics: fact of having the same value)  :: igualdade {f}
equality {n} (equal treatment of people irrespective of social or cultural differences)  :: equidade {f}, igualdade {f}
equalize {v} (to make equal)  :: igualar
equalize {v} (to make the score equal)  :: igualar
equally {adv} (in an equal manner)  :: igualmente
equal sign {n} (a symbol)  :: igual {m}
equanimity {n} (state of being calm)  :: equanimidade {f}
equation {n} (mathematics: assertion)  :: equação {f}
equator {n} (circle around the earth)  :: equador {m}
Equatorial Guinea {prop} (country in Western Africa)  :: Guiné Equatorial {f}
equestrian {adj} (of horseback riding or horseback riders)  :: equestre
equestrian {n} (an equestrian person; one who rides on horseback)  :: equestre {m} {f}
equestrianism {n} (the art or sport of riding horses)  :: equitação {f}
equid {n} (any animal of the taxonomic family Equidae)  :: equídeo {m}
equidistant {adj} (occupying a position that is an equal distance between several points)  :: equidistante
equilateral {adj} (referring to a polygon all of whose sides are of equal length)  :: equilátero
equilateral triangle {n} (a triangle having all three sides equal)  :: triângulo equilátero {m}
equilibrium {n} (condition of a system in which competing influences are balanced)  :: equilíbrio {m}
equilibrium {n} (physics: state of a body at rest or in uniform motion in which the resultant of all forces on it is zero)  :: equilíbrio {m}
equilibrium {n} (chemistry: state of a reaction in which the rates of the forward and reverse reactions are the same)  :: equilíbrio {m}
equilibrium {n} (mental balance)  :: equilíbrio {m}
equine {adj} (Of or relating to a horse or horses)  :: equino
equine {n} (Any horse-like animal)  :: equino {m}
equinox {n} (intersection of the ecliptic with the celestial equator)  :: equinócio {m}
equipment {n} (the act of equipping)  :: equipagem {f}
equipment {n} (whatever is used in equipping)  :: equipamento {m}
equitable {adj} (fair, just, or impartial)  :: justo {m}, imparcial
equity {n} (ownership, especially in terms of net monetary value of some business)  :: valor real
equity {n} (the value of property minus liens or other encumbrances)  :: valor líquido
equity {n} (justice, impartiality and fairness)  :: equidade {f}, equanimidade {f}
equivalence {n} (condition of being equivalent)  :: equivalência {f}
equivalence relation {n} (binary relation)  :: relação de equivalência {f}
equivalent {adj} (similar or identical in value)  :: equivalente
equivalent {adj} (of two sets, having a one-to-one relationship)  :: equivalente
equivalent {adj} (relating to the corresponding elements of an equivalence relation)  :: equivalente
equivalent {n} (anything that is virtually equal to something else)  :: equivalente
equivocal {adj} (having several applicable significations)  :: equívoco
equivocation {n} (Logical fallacy)  :: equivocidade {f}
-er {suffix} ((used to form agent nouns) person or thing that does...)  :: -dor {m}
-er {suffix} (person whose occupation is...)  :: -eiro
-er {suffix} ((used form a demonym) resident or inhabitant of...)  :: -ês, -ense, -ão, -eiro, -ista, -enho
-er {suffix} (used to form the comparative of adjectives)  :: mais
-er {suffix} (used to form the comparative of adverbs)  :: mais
-er {suffix} (used to form frequentatives)  :: -ejar
era {n} (time period)  :: era {f}, época {f}
eradicate {v} (to pull up by the roots)  :: erradicar, desenraizar
eradicate {v} (to completely destroy; to reduce to nothing radically)  :: erradicar, exterminar
erase {v} (to remove markings or information)  :: apagar
erase {v} (to obliterate information)  :: apagar
erase {v} (to clear a storage medium)  :: excluir, deletar
eraser {n} (thing used to erase something written or drawn)  :: borracha {f}, safa {f}
eraser {n} (chalkboard eraser)  :: apagador {m}
Erasmus {prop} (male given name)  :: Erasmo
Erato {prop} (Muse of lyric poetry)  :: Erato {f}
erbium {n} (chemical element)  :: érbio {m}
Erdős number {n} (mathematics)  :: número de Erdös {m}
erect {adj} (vertical in position)  :: ereto
erect {adj} (standing out perpendicularly)  :: ereto
erect {v} (to put up by the fitting together of materials or parts)  :: erigir, erguer
erect {v} (to cause to stand up or out)  :: erigir, erguer
erectile {adj}  :: erétil
erectile dysfunction {n} (erectile dysfunction)  :: disfunção erétil {f}
erection {n} (act of building)  :: ereção {f}
erection {n} (something erected or built)  :: ereção {f}
erection {n} (physiology: process by which a penis becomes erect)  :: ereção {f}
erection {n} (rigid state of penis or clitoris)  :: ereção {f}
eremite {n} (hermit) SEE: hermit  ::
ereyesterday {adv} (on the day before yesterday) SEE: day before yesterday  ::
ereyesterday {n} (the day before yesterday) SEE: day before yesterday  ::
ergative {n} (ergative case) SEE: ergative case  ::
ergative case {n} (case used to indicate the agent of a verb)  :: caso ergativo {m}
ergo {conj}  :: portanto, logo
ergometer {n} (dynamometer used for muscles)  :: ergômetro
ergometric {adj} (relating to ergometry)  :: ergométrico
ergometry {n} (measurement with an ergometer)  :: ergometria
ergonomic {adj} (of, or relating to the science of ergonomics)  :: ergonômico {m} [Brazil], ergonómico [Portugal]
ergonomics {n} (science of the design of equipment)  :: ergonomia {f}
ergosterol {n} (steroid precursor of vitamin D2)  :: ergosterol
ergot {n} (any fungus of the genus Claviceps)  :: cravagem {f}
ergot {n} (deformed grain)  :: cravagem {f}
-ergy {suffix} (work)  :: -ergia
Eric {prop} (male given name)  :: Érico
Erica {prop} (female given name)  :: Érica {f}
Erika {prop} (female given name) SEE: Erica  ::
Erinyes {prop} (Greek goddesses of vengeance)  :: Erínias {f-p}
Eris {prop} (Greek goddess of chaos)  :: Éris {f}
Eris {prop} (dwarf planet)  :: Éris
Eritrea {prop} (country in Eastern Africa)  :: Eritreia {f}
erm {interj} (expression of uncertainty)  :: hm
ermine {n} (Mustela erminea)  :: arminho {m}
erne {n} (Haliaeetus albicilla) SEE: white-tailed eagle  ::
Ernest {prop} (given name)  :: Ernesto {m}
erode {v} (To wear away by abrasion, corrosion or chemical reaction)  :: erodir
erogenous zone {n} (erogenous zone)  :: zona erógena {f}
Eros {prop} (God of love)  :: Eros {m}
erosion {n} (the result of having being eroded)  :: erosão {f}
erosion {n} (the changing of a surface by mechanical action)  :: erosão {f}
erosion {n} (destruction by abrasive action of fluids)  :: erosão {f}
erotic {adj} (tending to arouse sexual desire)  :: erótico
eroticize {v} (to make erotic)  :: erotizar
err {v} (sin) SEE: sin  ::
err {v} (make a mistake)  :: errar
errand {n} (oral message)  :: recado {m}
errant {adj} (straying from the proper course or standard)  :: errante
errata {n} (added page listing the errors which were discovered after printing)  :: errata {f}, corrigenda {f}
erratic {adj} (unsteady, random; prone to unexpected changes; not consistent)  :: errático
erratic {n} (rock)  :: bloco errático {m}
erroneous {adj} (containing an error; inaccurate)  :: erróneo [Portugal], errôneo [Brazil]
erroneously {adv} (incorrectly) SEE: incorrectly  ::
error {n} (mistake)  :: erro {m}
error {n} (difference between a measured or calculated value and a true one)  :: erro {m}
error {n} (any alteration in the DNA chemical structure)  :: erro
error {v} ((nonstandard) To make a mistake; to result in an error) SEE: err  ::
error message {n} (message displayed when a failure condition occurs)  :: mensagem de erro {f}
ersatz {n} (something made in imitation)  :: imitação {f}, cópia {f}
erstwhile {adj} (former, previous)  :: anterior
erstwhile {adv} (erstwhile) SEE: formerly  ::
erudite {adj} (scholarly, learned)  :: erudito
erudition {n} (profound knowledge, especially that based on learning and scholarship)  :: erudição {f}
erupt {v} (to violently eject)  :: entrar em erupção
eruption {n} (violent ejection, such as that of lava from a volcano)  :: erupção {f}
Erythraean Sea {prop} (Red Sea) SEE: Red Sea  ::
erythrocyte {n} (red blood cell) SEE: red blood cell  ::
erythronium {n} (vanadium) SEE: vanadium  ::
Erzurum {prop} (city)  :: Erzurum {f}
Esau {prop} (son of Isaac and Rebekah)  :: Esaú
escalate {v} (to intensify)  :: intensificar
escalator {n} (mechanical device)  :: escada rolante
escallop {n} (scallop) SEE: scallop  ::
escapade {n} (daring or adventurous act; undertaking which goes against convention)  :: escapadela {f}, escapada {f}
escape {v} (to get free)  :: escapar, fugir
escape {v} (to elude)  :: evitar
escape {v} (to avoid capture)  :: escapar
escape {v} (to elude observation)  :: iludir, desviar
escape {n} (act of leaving a dangerous or unpleasant situation)  :: escapada {f}, escape {m}, escapatória
escape {n} (key on most modern computer keyboards)  :: esc {m}
escape velocity {n} (minimum velocity)  :: velocidade de escape {f}
escapism {n} (inclination to escape)  :: escapismo {m}
escargot {n} (a dish)  :: escargô {m}
Escaut {prop} (the river Scheldt) SEE: Scheldt  ::
eschar {n} (dry dark scab or scar)  :: crosta
eschatological {adj} (pertaining to eschatology)  :: escatológico
eschatology {n} (system of doctrines concerning final matters, such as death)  :: escatologia {f}
eschatology {n} (the study of the end times)  :: escatologia {f}
eschew {v} (avoid, shun)  :: renegar
escort {n} (group of people who provide safety)  :: escolta
escort {n} (accompanying person)  :: acompanhante {m} {f}
escort {v} (To attend to in order to guard and protect)  :: escoltar
escrow {n}  :: fideicomisso
escudo {n} (former currency of Portugal)  :: escudo {m}
escudo {n} (former currency of Chile)  :: escudo {m}
Esdras {prop} (any of four books)  :: Esdras
-ese {suffix} (forming adjectives and nouns describing things characteristic of a particular place)  :: -ês
ESE {abbr} (east-southeast)  :: és-sudeste {m}, ESE {m}
Eskimo {prop} (group of native peoples)  :: esquimós {m-p}
Eskimo {prop} (language)  :: esquimó {m}
Eskimo {n} (member of the Eskimo people(s))  :: esquimó {m} {f}
Eskimo {adj} (of, or relating to an Eskimo, Eskimos or their language, languages)  :: esquimó
esophageal {adj} (pertaining to the esophagus)  :: esofágico, esofagiano
esoteric {adj} (Understood only by a chosen few or an enlightened inner circle.)  :: esotérico
esoteric {adj} (having to do with concepts that are highly theoretical)  :: esotérico
esoteric {adj} (confidential; private)  :: confidencial, secreto
esoterism {n} (inward forms of faith and religion)  :: esoterismo
ESP {initialism} (extrasensory perception)  :: PES
espadrille {n} (light shoe)  :: alpargata {f}
especially {adv} (particularly)  :: especialmente, sobretudo
especially {adv} (in a special manner)  :: especialmente
Esperantist {n} (specialist or speaker of Esperanto)  :: esperantista {m} {f}
Esperanto {prop} (auxiliary language)  :: esperanto {m}
espionage {n} (act of learning secret information through clandestine means)  :: espionagem {f}
espousal {n} (betrothal) SEE: betrothal  ::
espouse {v} (become married to)  :: desposar
espouse {v} (accept, support, take as one’s own)  :: apoiar
espresso {n} (strong type of coffee)  :: café expresso
esprit de corps {n} (shared spirit of comradeship, enthusiasm, and devotion)  :: espírito de equipe {m}
Espírito Santo {prop} (state in south-eastern Brazil)  :: Espírito Santo {m}
-ess {suffix} (female suffix)  :: -a {f}, -esa {f}
ess {n} (name of the letter S, s)  :: esse {m}
essay {n} (written composition)  :: ensaio {m}
essay {n} (an attempt)  :: ensaio {m}, tentativa {f}
essay {v} (To try)  :: ensaiar, tentar
essayist {n} (one who composes essays; a writer of short compositions)  :: ensaísta {m} {f}
essence {n} (inherent nature)  :: essência {f}
essence {n} (concentrate)  :: essência {f}
essence {n} (fragrance)  :: essência {f}, fragrância {f}
essence {n} (true nature of something)  :: essência {f}
essential {adj} (necessary)  :: essencial
essential {adj} (of high importance)  :: essencial
essential {adj} (in basic form)  :: essencial, fundamental
essentialism {n} (view that objects have properties that are essential to them)  :: essencialismo {m}
essentially {adv} (essentially)  :: em essência, essencialmente
essential oil {n} (volatile oil used to make perfumes and flavourings)  :: óleo essencial {m}
essential tremor {n} (Neurological condition)  :: tremor essencial {m}
essive case {n} (case used to indicate a temporary state of being)  :: caso essivo {m}
-est {suffix} (superlative of adjectives and adverbs)  :: mais used with definite article
-est {suffix} (second-person singular present tense of verbs)  :: -as [1st conjugation], -es [2nd and 3rd conjugation]
establish {v} (To make stable or firm; to confirm)  :: firmar
establish {v} (To form; to set up in business)  :: estabelecer
establish {v} (To found; to institute)  :: estabelecer, fundar
establish {v} (To appoint, as officers, laws, regulations, etc.; to enact; to ordain)  :: nomear
establish {v} (To prove and cause to be accepted as true; to establish a fact; to demonstrate)  :: estabelecer
established {adj} (defined, described)  :: estabelecido
establishment {n} (the act of establishing)  :: estabelecimento {m}, fundação
establishment {n} (the state of being established)  :: estabelecimento {m}
establishment {n} (that which is established)  :: estabelecimento {m}
establishment {n} (slang: the ruling class or authority group)  :: situação {n} {f}, sistema {m}
estate {n} (historical: major social class or order of persons)  :: classe {f}
estate {n} (area of land under single ownership)  :: propriedade {f}
estate {n} (net property, especially of a deceased person)  :: propriedade {f}, bens {m-p}
esteem {n} (favourable regard)  :: estima
esteem {v} (to regard with respect)  :: estimar
ester {n} (compound with carbon-oxygen double bond joined via carbon to another oxygen atom)  :: éster {m}
Esther {prop} (female given name)  :: Ester {f}
Esther {prop} (book of the Bible)  :: Ester {m}
Esther {prop} (the heroine of the Book of Esther)  :: Ester
estimate {n} (rough calculation or guess)  :: estimativa {f}, cálculo
estimate {v} (to calculate roughly)  :: estimar
estival {adj} (of or relating to summer)  :: estival
Estonia {prop} (country)  :: Estónia {f} [Portugal], Estônia {f} [Brazil]
Estonian {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to the country of Estonia, its people or their language)  :: estoniano {m}
Estonian {n} (person)  :: estoniano {m}
Estonian {prop} (language)  :: estoniano {m}
Estonian SSR {prop} (former country)  :: RSS da Estónia {f} [Portugal], RSS da Estônia {f} [Brazil]
estragon {n} (tarragon) SEE: tarragon  ::
estrogen {n} (estrogen)  :: estrogénio {m} [Portugal], estrogênio {m} [Brazil], estrógeno {m}
estrous {adj} (Of or relating to estrus)  :: estral
estuary {n} (place where ocean tides and river water merge)  :: estuário {m}
Esztergom {prop} (a city in Hungary)  :: Esztergom {f}
eta {n} (Greek letter)  :: eta {m}
etacism {n} (pronunciation of the Greek eta like the Italian long e)  :: etacismo {m}
et al. {phrase} (and others)  :: et al., e outros
etc. {phrase} (and so on, see also: and so forth)  :: etc., et cetera
et cetera {phrase} (noting the omission of the remainder of a list) SEE: etc.  ::
etch {v} (to engrave)  :: gravar
etch {v} (to make a lasting impression)  :: marcar
eternal {adj} (lasting forever)  :: eterno
Eternal City {prop} (nickname for Rome)  :: Cidade Eterna {f}
eternal life {n} (immortality) SEE: immortality  ::
eternal life {n} (afterlife) SEE: afterlife  ::
eternally {adv} (forever)  :: eternamente
eternity {n} (infinite time)  :: eternidade {f}
eternity {n} (time extending infinitely far into the future)  :: eternidade {f}
eternity {n} (period of time that elapses after death)  :: eternidade {f}
eternity {n} (informal: a comparatively long time)  :: eternidade {f}
ethane {n} (aliphatic hydrocarbon, C2H6)  :: etano {m}
ethanol {n} (simple aliphatic alcohol: CH3-CH2-OH)  :: etanol {m}
ethanolamine {n} (a hydroxy-amine manufactured by the reaction of ethylene oxide with ammonia)  :: etanolamina {f}
ethene {n} (ethylene) SEE: ethylene  ::
ether {n} (organic chemistry: a compound containing an oxygen atom bonded to two hydrocarbon groups)  :: éter {m}
ether {n} (organic chemistry: diethyl ether, C4H10O)  :: éter {m}
ether {n} (the fifth classic physical element)  :: éter {m}
ether {n} (archaic: space filling substance)  :: éter {m}
ether {n} (poetic and literary: the sky or heavens; the upper air)  :: éter {m}
ethics {n} (study of principles governing right and wrong conduct)  :: ética {f}
ethics {n} (standards of conduct)  :: ética {f}
Ethiopia {prop} (country in Eastern Africa)  :: Etiópia {f}
Ethiopian {n} (person)  :: etíope {m} {f}
Ethiopian {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Ethiopia)  :: etíope, etiópico
ethmoid bone {n} (bone of the skull between the eyes and at the roof of the nose)  :: etmoide {m}
ethnic {adj} (of or relating to a group of people)  :: étnico {m}, étnica {f}
ethnic cleansing {n} (ethnic cleansing)  :: limpeza étnica {f}
ethnic group {n} (ethnic group)  :: etnia {f}, grupo étnico {m}
ethnicity {n} (The characteristics of an ethnic group)  :: etnia {f}
ethnicity {n} (An ethnic group)  :: etnia
ethnic minority {n} (people with different characteristics to those of the majority)  :: minoria étnica {f}
ethnie {n} (ethnicity) SEE: ethnic group  ::
ethno- {prefix} (race, ethnicity)  :: etno-
ethnocentrism {n} (tendency)  :: etnocentrismo {m}
ethnographic {adj} (of, or relating to ethnography)  :: etnográfico
ethnography {n} (branch of anthropology)  :: etnografia {f}
ethnologic {adj} (ethnologic) SEE: ethnological  ::
ethnological {adj} (of or relating to ethnology)  :: etnológico
ethnology {n} (branch of anthropology)  :: etnologia {f}
ethnomusicology {n} (study of music and culture)  :: etnomusicologia
ethnopolitical {adj} (relating to ethnopolitics)  :: etnopolítico
ethnopolitics {n} (politics as it relates to different ethnic groups)  :: etnopolítica {f}
ethology {n} (study of human and animal behaviour)  :: etologia {f}
ethos {n} (The character or fundamental values of a person, people, culture, or movement.)  :: ethos {m}
ethyl {n} (C2H5)  :: etila {f}
ethylene {n} (compound)  :: etileno {m}
-etic {suffix} (pertaining to)  :: -ético {m}
etiopathogenesis {n} (cause and development of an abnormal condition)  :: etiopatogenia {f}
etiquette {n} (forms to be observed in social or official life)  :: etiqueta {f}
etiquette {n} (customary behavior)  :: etiqueta {f}
Etruria {prop} (ancient country)  :: Etrúria
Etruscan {adj} (pertaining to the region and culture of Etruria)  :: etrusco
Etruscan {n} (inhabitant of Etruria)  :: etrusco {m}
Etruscan {prop} (extinct language of Etruria)  :: etrusco {m}
Etruscan shrew {n} (Suncus etruscus)  :: musaranho pigmeu {m}
etude {n} (piece of music)  :: étude {m}
etymological {adj} (of or relating to etymology)  :: etimológico
etymologically {adv} (Based on or belonging to etymology)  :: etimologicamente
etymologist {n} (person who specializes in etymology)  :: etimólogo {m}, etimologista {m} {f}
etymology {n} (study of the historical development of languages, particularly of individual words)  :: etimologia {f}
etymology {n} (account of the origin and historical development of a word)  :: etimologia {f}
etymon {n} (source word)  :: étimo {m}
EU {initialism} (European Union, see also: European Union)  :: UE {f}
Euboea {prop} (Greek island)  :: Eubeia {f}, Negroponte {f}
eucalyptus {n} (any of many trees of genus Eucalyptus)  :: eucalipto {m}
Eucharist {n} (sacrament)  :: eucaristia {f}
Eucharist {n} (ceremony)  :: eucaristia {f}
Eucharist {n} (subtances)  :: eucaristia {f}
Euclid {prop} (Greek mathematician)  :: Euclides {m}
Euclidean {adj} (of traditional geometry)  :: euclidiano
Euclidean geometry {n} (mathematical system)  :: geometria euclidiana {f}
Euclidean space {n} (ordinary space)  :: espaço euclidiano {m}
Euclidian space {n} (Euclidean space) SEE: Euclidean space  ::
eudiometer {n} (tube for measuring volume of gases)  :: eudiômetro
euergetism {n} (the practice of élite in Greek and Roman cities to distribute a part of their wealth to the community)  :: evergetismo
Eugene {prop} (male given name)  :: Eugénio {m} [Portugal], Eugênio {m} [Brazil]
Eugenia {prop} (female given name)  :: Eugénia {f} [Portugal], Eugênia {f} [Brazil]
eugenicist {n} (an advocate of or specialist in eugenics)  :: eugenista {m-f}
eugenics {n} (science of improving stock)  :: eugenia {f}
eugenist {n} (eugenicist) SEE: eugenicist  ::
euglena {n} (any of several protests, of the genus Euglena)  :: euglena {f}
euhemerism {n} (attribution of the origins of the gods to the deification of heroes)  :: evemerismo {m}
euhemerist {n} (proponent of euhemerism)  :: evemerista {m-f}
euhemeristic {adj} (of or relating to euhemerism)  :: evemerista
euhemerize {v} (to explain or interpret something through euhemerism)  :: evemerizar
Euhemeros {prop} (a Greek mythologist)  :: Evêmero {m}
eukaryote {n} (any of the single-celled or multicellular organisms whose cells contain at least one distinct nucleus)  :: eucariota {m}, eucarioto {m}, eucarionte {m}
eukaryotic {adj} (having complex cells)  :: eucariótico
Euler's formula {prop} (Euler's formula)  :: fórmula de Euler {f}
eulogize {v}  :: elogiar
eulogy {n} (an oration to honor a deceased person)  :: tributo {m}
eulogy {n} (high praise or recommendation)  :: elogio {m}
Eunomia {prop} (Greek goddess)  :: Eunômia {f}
eunuch {n} (castrated human male)  :: eunuco {m}
eunuch {n} (such a man who was harem guard or in Middle Eastern courts under Roman Emperors, important officials of the state)  :: eunuco {m}
Euphemia {prop} (female given name)  :: Eufêmia {f}
euphemism {n} (use of a word or phrase to replace another word with one considered less offensive)  :: eufemismo {m}
euphemism {n} (word or phrase that is used to replace another in this way)  :: eufemismo {m}
euphonic {adj} (harmonious)  :: eufónico [Portugal], eufônico [Brazil]
euphonium {n} (brass instrument)  :: eufônio {m}
euphony {n}  :: eufonia {f}
euphoria {n} (an excited state of joy)  :: euforia {f}
euphoric {adj} (feeling great well-being or elation or intense happiness; characterized by euphoria)  :: eufórico
Euphrates {prop} (river in the Middle East)  :: Eufrates {m}
Euphrosyne {prop} (one of the Charites)  :: Eufrósine
Eurasia {prop} (the largest landmass on Earth, consisting of Europe and Asia)  :: Eurásia {f}
Eurasian {adj} (pertaining to Eurasia)  :: eurasiático, euro-asiático, eurasiano, eurásio
Eurasian {n} (person native to Eurasia)  :: eurasiano {m}, eurasiático {m}
Eurasian blackbird {n} (Turdus merula)  :: melro europeu {m}
Eurasian black vulture {n} (Aegypius monachus)  :: abutre-fusco
Eurasian collared dove {n} (Streptopelia decaocto) SEE: collared dove  ::
Eurasian eagle owl {n} (Bubo bubo)  :: bufo {m}
Eurasian Economic Union {prop} (economic union, see also: EAU; EAEU)  :: União Eurasiática {f}
Eurasian jay {n} (Garrulus glandarius)  :: gaio {m}
Eurasian lynx {n} (Lynx lynx)  :: lince-euroasiático {m}
Eurasian siskin {n} (Spinus spinus)  :: lugre {m}
Eurasian sparrowhawk {n} (Accipiter nisus)  :: gavião {m}
eureka {interj} (exclamation indicating sudden discovery)  :: heureca!, eureca!
Euripides {prop} (a Greek tragedian)  :: Eurípides {m}
euro {n} (currency unit of the European Monetary Union)  :: euro
Euro- {prefix} (pertaining to Europe)  :: euro-
euro area {n} (Eurozone) SEE: Eurozone  ::
euro coin {n} (coin in the eurozone)  :: moeda de euro {f}
Eurocommunism {n} (trend)  :: eurocomunismo {m}
Eurocommunist {n} (supporter)  :: eurocomunista {m} {f}
Eurocommunistic {adj} (relating to or characteristic of Eurocommunism)  :: eurocomunista {m} {f}
Eurocracy {n} (the bureaucracy of the European Union)  :: eurocracia {f}
Eurocrat {n} (employee of the EU)  :: eurocrata {m} {f}
Eurogroup {n} (body of Eurozone finance ministers)  :: eurogrupo {m}
Europa {prop} (princess abducted to Crete by Zeus)  :: Europa {f}
Europa {prop} (a moon of Jupiter)  :: Europa {f}
Europe {prop} (European Union) SEE: European Union  ::
Europe {prop} (continent)  :: Europa {f}
European {adj} (relating to Europe or the European Union)  :: europeu {m}, europeia {f}
European {n} (person)  :: europeu {m}, europeia {f}
European bison {n} (the wisent species Bison bonasus)  :: auroque {m}, bisão-europeu {m}, bisonte europeu
European Central Bank {prop} (central bank for the European Union)  :: Banco Central Europeu {m}
European Commission {prop} (executive branch)  :: Comissão Europeia {f}
European corn borer {n} (Ostrinia nubilalis)  :: broca do milho europeia {f}, broca europeia do milho {f}
European eel {n} (fish)  :: enguia europeia {f}
European hedgehog {n} (Erinaceus europaeus)  :: ouriço terrestre {m}, ouriço-cacheiro {m}
Europeanisation {n} (assimilation)  :: europeização {f}
Europeanize {v} (to make something, or someone, more European)  :: europeizar
European Parliament {n} (legislative chamber of the European Union)  :: Parlamento Europeu {m}, Europarlamento {m}, Eurocâmara {f}
European perch {n} (Perca fluviatilis)  :: perca comum {f}, perca europeia {f}
European Portuguese {prop} (Portuguese spoken and written in Portugal)  :: português europeu {m}
European redbud {n} (Judas tree) SEE: Judas tree  ::
European seabass {n} (Dicentrarchus labrax)  :: robalo {m}
European Union {prop} (European supranational organisation)  :: União Europeia {f}
European wildcat {n} (Felis silvestris silvestris)  :: gato selvagem europeu {m}
Europhobe {n} (One who dislikes Europe or the European Union)  :: eurófobo {m}, eurófoba {f}, eurofóbico {m}, eurofóbica {f}
Europhobia {n} (A dislike of Europe or its culture or inhabitants)  :: eurofobia {f}
Europhobic {adj} (Disliking Europe or the European Union)  :: eurofóbico {m}, eurofóbica {f}, eurófobo {m}, eurófoba {f}
europium {n} (chemical element)  :: európio {m}
Europol {prop} (the criminal intelligence agency of the European Union)  :: Europol {f}
Euroscepticism {n} (scepticism of increasing powers of the EU)  :: euroceticismo {m}
Eurotunnel {prop} (Channel Tunnel) SEE: Channel Tunnel  ::
Eurovision {prop} (television network)  :: Eurovisão {f}
Eurozone {prop} (those European Union members whose official currency is the euro)  :: Zona Euro {f}, Eurozona {f}
Eurus {prop} (Greek god)  :: Euro {m}
Eurydice {prop} (mythology)  :: Eurídice {f}
Eusebius {prop} (given name)  :: Eusebio, Eusébio
Eustace {prop} (male given name)  :: Eustáquio {m}, Eustácio {m}
Eustachian tube {n} (tube that links the pharynx to the cavity of the middle ear)  :: tubo de Eustáquio {m}
Euterpe {prop} (the Muse of music and lyric poetry)  :: Euterpe {f}
euthanasia {n} (practice of killing a human being or animal)  :: eutanásia {f}
Euxine Sea {prop} SEE: Black Sea  ::
evacuate {v} (to move out of an unsafe location into safety)  :: evacuar
evacuation {n} (act of emptying)  :: evacuação {f}
evaluate {v} (to draw conclusions from by examining)  :: avaliar
evaluation {n} (assessment)  :: avaliação {f}, avaliar
evangelize {v} (tell people about Christianity)  :: evangelizar
evaporate {v} (to transition from a liquid state into a gaseous state)  :: evaporar
evaporation {n} (process of liquid converting to the gaseous state)  :: evaporação {f}
evaporation {n} (process to increase concentration)  :: evaporação {f}
evasion {n} (the act of eluding or avoiding, particularly the pressure of an argument, accusation, charge, or interrogation)  :: evasão {f}, evasiva {f}
evasive {adj} (Directed towards avoidance or escape; evasive action)  :: esquivo {m}
eve {n} (day or night before)  :: véspera {f}
Eve {prop} (the first woman)  :: Eva {f}
Eve {prop} (given name)  :: Eva {f}
even {adj} (flat and level)  :: plano, nivelado
even {adj} (without great variation)  :: uniforme, constante, padronizado
even {adj} (equal)  :: quite
even {adj} (arithmetic: divisible by two)  :: par
even {v} (to make even)  :: igualar, nivelar, padronizar, uniformizar
even {adv} (exactly, fully)  :: exatamente, completamente
even {adv} (implying extreme example)  :: até, mesmo, nem sequer
even {adv} (emphasising comparative)  :: igualmente, ainda
even as {adv} (occurring at the same time)  :: ao tempo que, ao mesmo tempo que
even if {conj} (irrespective of)  :: mesmo se
evening {n} (time of day between dusk and night)  :: noitinha {f}
evening {n} (time of day between the approximate time of midwinter dusk and midnight)  :: tarde, anoitecer
evening star {n} (planet Venus seen in the evening)  :: estrela d'alva {f}
evenly {adv} (so as to make flat)  :: uniformemente, planamente
evenly {adv} (in a fair manner)  :: justamente, imparcialmente
even so {adv} (in spite of the preceding remark or facts)  :: ainda assim, mesmo assim
event {n} (occurrence)  :: evento
event {n} (point in spacetime (physics))  :: evento {m}
event {n} (computing: action which triggers an event handler)  :: evento {m}
event {n} (probability theory: a set of some of the possible outcomes)  :: evento {m}
event {n} ((medicine) An episode of severe health conditions)  :: acidente
event horizon {n} (gravitational sphere within which light cannot escape)  :: horizonte de eventos {m}
even though {conj} (although)  :: apesar de que, mesmo se
eventually {adv} (in the end)  :: finalmente, enfim
ever {adv} (always)  :: sempre
ever {adv} (at any time)  :: alguma vez
Everest {prop} (Mount Everest) SEE: Mount Everest  ::
evergreen {adj} (of plants, that do not shed their leaves)  :: sempre-verde
evergreen {n} (tree or shrub)  :: sempre-verde {m}
everlasting {adv} (Lasting or enduring forever)  :: eterno
ever since {adv} (continuously since a specified time or event)  :: desde então
ever since {conj} (continuously since)  :: desde que
ever since {prep} (continuously since)  :: desde então
every {determiner} (all of a countable group)  :: cada, todo {m}, toda {f}
everybody {pron} (all people)  :: todos {m-p}, todo mundo {m}, toda a gente {f}
every cloud has a silver lining {proverb} (in every bad situation there is an element of good)  :: não há mal que não venha por bem
every day {adv} (daily) SEE: daily  ::
everyday {adj} (appropriate for ordinary use, rather than for special occasions)  :: cotidiano
everyday {adj} (commonplace, ordinary)  :: comum, ordinário
every Jack has his Jill {proverb}  :: há um chinelo velho para todo pé cansado
every man for himself {phrase} (forget about comradeship; save yourselves!)  :: salve-se quem puder, cada um sabe de si
everyone {pron} (every person)  :: todos {m-p}, todo mundo {m}, toda a gente
every other {adj} (every second) SEE: every second  ::
every second {adj} (every other; each alternate)  :: cada dois
everything {pron} (all the things)  :: tudo {m}
everything {pron} (many or most things)  :: tudo {m}
everything {pron} (state of well-being)  :: tudo {m}
everything {pron} (the most important thing)  :: tudo {m}
every time {adv} (at each occasion that)  :: sempre que
everywhere {adv} (at all places)  :: em toda parte, por todo lado
evict {v} (to expel)  :: despejar
eviction {n} (the act of evicting)  :: despejo {m}
evidence {n} (facts presented in support of an assertion)  :: evidência {f}, prova
evidence {n} (anything admitted by a court as proof)  :: evidência {f}
evident {adj} (obviously true)  :: evidente
evidently {adv} (obviously)  :: evidentemente
evil {adj} (intending to harm)  :: mau {m}, {f}, maléfico {m}, maléfica {f}, ruim {m} {f}
evil {adj} (morally corrupt)  :: mal, malvado
evil {n} (moral badness, wickedness)  :: mal {m}
evildoer {n} (person who performs evil acts)  :: malfeitor {m}
evil eye {n} (wicked look)  :: mau olhado {m}
evil-eye {v} (to cast an evil eye upon)  :: enguiçar, quebrantar
evil laugh {n} (stereotypical villain's laugh)  :: gargalhada fatal {f}, risada maligna {f}
evil laughter {n} (stereotypical villain's laughter) SEE: evil laugh  ::
evince {v} (show or demonstrate clearly)  :: demonstrar
evoke {v} (to cause the manifestation of)  :: evocar
evolution {n} (general: a gradual process of development)  :: evolução {f}
evolution {n} (biology: change in the genetic composition of a population over time)  :: evolução {f}
evolution {n} (military: One of a series of ordered movements)  :: evolução {f}
evolution {n} (turning movement of the body)  :: evolução {f}
evolutionary {adj} (of or relating to evolution)  :: evolutivo
evolutionary biology {n} (sub-field of biology)  :: biologia evolutiva {f}, biologia evolucionária {f}
evolutionary developmental biology {n} (branch of biology)  :: biologia evolutiva do desenvolvimento {f}
evolutionary psychology {n} (approach to psychology)  :: psicologia evolutiva {f}, psicologia evolucionária {f}
evolutionary theory {n} (theory of evolution)  :: teoria da evolução {f}
evolutionistic {adj} (of or pertaining to evolutionism)  :: evolucionista
evolve {v} (move in regular procession through a system)  :: evoluir, progredir, crescer
evolve {v} (come into being; develop)  :: desenvolver, elaborar
ew {interj} (expression of disgust or nausea)  :: credo, eca, que nojo!
e-warfare {n} (cyberwarfare) SEE: cyberwarfare  ::
ewe {n} (female sheep)  :: ovelha {f}
ewer {n} (widemouthed pitcher)  :: jarro {m}, jarra {f}
ex {n} (name of the letter X, x)  :: xis {m}
ex {n} (colloquial: former partner or spouse)  :: ex {m} {f}
exa- {prefix} (SI prefix)  :: exa-
exabyte {n} (260 or 1018 bytes)  :: exabyte {m}
exacerbate {v} (to make worse)  :: exacerbar
exact {adj} (precisely agreeing)  :: exato
exact {adj} (habitually careful)  :: rigoroso
exact {adj} (precisely conceived or stated)  :: exato
exact {v} (To demand and enforce)  :: exigir
exact {v} (To make desirable or necessary)  :: requerer
exact {v} (To forcibly obtain or produce)  :: obter
exactitude {n} (accuracy; attention to small details.)  :: exatidão {f}
exactly {adv} (in an exact manner)  :: exatamente, exactamente
exaggerate {v} (to overstate, to describe more than is fact)  :: exagerar
exaggerated {adj} (that has been described as greater than it actually is)  :: exagerado
exaggeration {n} (act of exaggerating)  :: exagero {f} [Brazil]
exalt {v} (to elevate in rank, status etc.)  :: elevar, exaltar
examination {n} (act of examining)  :: exame {m}
examination {n} (inspection by a doctor)  :: exame {m}
examination {n} (formal test)  :: exame {m}
examine {v} (to observe or inspect carefully or critically)  :: examinar, analisar
examine {v} (to check the health or condition of something or someone)  :: examinar
examine {v} (to determine the aptitude, skills or qualifications of someone by subjecting them to an examination)  :: examinar, testar
examine {v} (to interrogate)  :: interrogar
examinee {n} (one who is examined)  :: examinando {m}
example {n} (something representative of a group)  :: exemplo {m}
example {n} (something serving to explain or illustrate a rule)  :: exemplo {m}
example {n} (something serving as a pattern of behaviour)  :: exemplo {m}
example {n} (person punished as a warning to others)  :: exemplo {m}
example {n} (parallel or closely similar case)  :: exemplo {m}
example {n} (instance as a problem to be solved)  :: exemplo {m}
exanimate {adj} (lifeless; dead)  :: exânime
exanimate {adj} (spiritless, dispirited, disheartened, not lively)  :: desanimado
exasperate {v} (frustrate, vex, annoy)  :: exasperar
Excalibur {prop} (Legendary sword)  :: Excalibur {f}
excavation {n} (act of excavating, or of making hollow)  :: escavação {f}
excavation {n} (cavity formed by cutting, digging, or scooping)  :: escavação {f}
excavation {n} (archaeological excavation)  :: escavação {f}
excavator {n} (curette used to scrape out pathological material) SEE: curette  ::
excavator {n} (person who excavates)  :: excavador {m}, cavador {m}
excavator {n} (vehicle, often on tracks, used to dig ditches etc; a backhoe)  :: excavadora {f}
exceed {v} (to be larger, greater than something else or than expected or desirable)  :: exceder
exceed {v} (to be better than something else or than expected or desirable)  :: superar
exceed {v} (to go beyond the limits of something)  :: exceder
excel {v} (transitive: to surpass someone or something)  :: superar, ultrapassar, exceler
excel {v} (intransitive: to be much better than others)  :: distinguir-se
excellence {n} (the quality of being excellent)  :: excelência {f}
Excellency {n} (Form of address for certain high officials or dignitaries)  :: Excelência {f}
excellent {adj} (of the highest quality)  :: excelente
excellently {adv} (very well)  :: excelentemente, com excelência
except {v} (to exclude)  :: excepcionar
except {v} (to take exception, to object to)  :: objetar
except {prep} (with the exception of)  :: exceto, menos, fora, salvo
except {conj} (with the exception that)  :: só que
exception {n} (act of excepting or excluding; exclusion)  :: exceção {f}
exception {n} (that which is excepted or taken out from others)  :: exceção {f}
exception {n} (computing: an interruption in normal processing)  :: exceção {f}, exception {f}
exceptional {adj} (forming an exception)  :: excepcional
exceptional {adj} (superior due to exception or rarity)  :: excepcional
exceptionally {adv} (unusual, remarkable or exceptional degree)  :: excepcionalmente
exception that proves the rule {n} (a form of argument)  :: exceção que prova a regra {f}
excerpt {n} (a clip, snippet, passage or extract from a larger work)  :: trecho {m}, passagem {f}, excerto {m}
excess {n} (state of surpassing limits)  :: excesso {m}
excess {n} (degree by which one thing exceeds another)  :: excedente {m}
excess {n} (undue indulgence of the appetite)  :: excesso {m}
excess {v} (Excessive)  :: excessivo
excessive {adj} (exceeding the bounds of something)  :: excessivo
excessively {adv} (to an excessive degree)  :: excessivamente
excessively {adv} (in excess)  :: excessivamente
exchange {n} (act of exchanging or trading)  :: troca
exchange {n} (place for conducting trading)  :: bolsa [stocks], casa de câmbio [currency]
exchange {v} (To trade or barter)  :: negociar, cambiar
exchange {v} (To replace with a similar item)  :: trocar
exchange rate {n} (currency rate (finance))  :: taxa de câmbio
exchange student {n} (student in an exchange scheme)  :: intercambista {mf}
exchequer {n} (treasury) SEE: treasury  ::
excircle {n} (escribed circle)  :: círculo exinscrito {m}
excise {n} (excise tax) SEE: excise tax  ::
excise tax {n} (any of various taxes levied on the production or sale of certain goods)  :: imposto de consumo {m}
excitation {n} (the act of producing excitement (stimulation); also, the excitement produced)  :: excitação {f}
excitation {n} ((physiology) activity produced in an organ, tissue, or part, such as a nerve cell, as a result of stimulation)  :: estímulo {m}
excitation {n} ((physics) change in state as an excited state is formed by the absorption of a quantum of energy)  :: excitação {f}
excite {v} (to stir the emotions of)  :: animar, empolgar, comover
excite {v} (to arouse or bring out (eg feelings); to stimulate)  :: provocar
excited {adj} (having great enthusiasm)  :: entusiasmado, empolgado
excited {adj} (being in a state of higher energy)  :: excitado
excitement {n} (state of being excited)  :: excitação {f}
exciting {adj} (causing excitement)  :: excitante, empolgante
exclaim {v} (to cry out)  :: exclamar
exclamation {n} (exclamation mark) SEE: exclamation mark  ::
exclamation {n} (loud calling or crying out; outcry)  :: exclamação {f}
exclamation mark {n} (punctuation “!”)  :: ponto de exclamação {m}
exclamation point {n} (exclamation mark) SEE: exclamation mark  ::
exclude {v} (to bar from entering; keep out)  :: excluir
exclude {v} (to expel, put out)  :: expelir
exclude {v} (to eliminate from diagnostic consideration)  :: excluir
exclusion {n} (act of excluding or shutting out)  :: exclusão {f}
exclusionary {adj} (acting to exclude something)  :: excludente
exclusive {adj} (exclusionary) SEE: exclusionary  ::
exclusively {adv} (to the exclusion of anything or anyone else)  :: exclusivamente
exclusive right {n} (The power to allow or disallow others from taking certain actions)  :: direito exclusivo {m}
excommunicate {v} (to officially exclude someone from membership of a church or religious community)  :: excomungar
excommunication {n} (act of excommunicating, disfellowshipping or ejecting)  :: excomunhão {f}
excrement {n} (human and animal solid waste)  :: excremento {m}, fezes {f-p}
excrete {v} (to discharge from the system)  :: excretar
excretion {n} (process of removing from the body)  :: excreção {f}
excruciating {adj} (Causing great pain or anguish, agonizing)  :: excruciante
exculpate {v} (to clear of or free from guilt; exonerate)  :: exculpar
exculpation {n} (the act of exculpating from alleged fault or crime)  :: exculpação {f}
exculpatory {adj} (excusing or clearing of any wrongdoing)  :: exculpante, exculpatório
excursion {n} (brief recreational trip)  :: excursão {f}, passeio {m}
excuse {v} (forgive, pardon)  :: desculpar, perdoar
excuse {v} (allow to leave)  :: escusar, dispensar
excuse {v} (explain with the aim of alleviating guilt or negative judgement)  :: desculpar-se
excuse {n} (explanation designed to avoid or alleviate guilt or negative judgement)  :: desculpa {f}
excuse me {phrase} (request to repeat)  :: como?, o que?, oi? [informal], perdão?
excuse me {phrase} (request for attention)  :: com licença
excuse me {phrase} (request to pass)  :: com licença
excuse me {phrase} (sorry, as apology)  :: perdão, desculpa, me desculpe/desculpa, desculpas
excuse me {phrase} (request for an apology)  :: como é que é?!
execrable {adj} (of the poorest quality)  :: execrável {m} {f}
executable {adj} (capable of being executed)  :: executável, exequível
executable {n} (file that can be run)  :: executável {m}
execute {v} (to kill as punishment)  :: executar
execute {v} (To start a defined process and run it to completion)  :: executar
execute {v} (To start, launch or run software)  :: executar, rodar
execution {n} (act of executing or the state of being executed)  :: execução {f}
execution {n} (act of putting to death or being put to death as a penalty)  :: execução {f}
execution {n} (manner or style of a performance etc)  :: execução {f}
execution {n} (carrying into effect of a court judgment, or of a will)  :: execução {f}
execution {n} (formal process by which a contract is made valid and put into binding effect)  :: execução {f}
execution {n} (carrying out of an instruction by a computer)  :: execução {f}
executioner {n} (the person who carries out the execution)  :: carrasco {m}, algoz {m}
executive {adj} (designed for execution)  :: executivo
executive {n} (title of a chief officer or administrator)  :: executivo {m}
executive {n} (branch of government responsible for enforcing laws and judicial decisions)  :: executivo {m}
executive committee {n} (the cabinet of ministers for a city government)  :: comitê executivo {m}
exegesis {n} (formal written exposition or explanatory essay)  :: exegese {f}
exemplar {n} (role model) SEE: role model  ::
exemplarily {adv} (in an exemplary manner)  :: exemplarmente
exemplary {adj} (of such high quality as to serve as an example, see also: ideal; perfect)  :: exemplar
exempt {adj} (free from duty or obligation)  :: isento
exemption {n} (act of exempting)  :: isenção
exemption {n} (state of being exempt; immunity)  :: imunidade
exercise {n} (any activity designed to develop or hone a skill or ability)  :: exercício {m}
exercise {n} (physical activity intended to improve strength and fitness)  :: exercício
exercise {v} (to set into action)  :: incitar
exercise {v} (to perform activities to develop skills)  :: exercitar-se
exercise {v} (to take action, enforce)  :: agir, proceder
exercise bicycle {n} (exercise machine)  :: bicicleta ergométrica {f}
exercise book {n} (booklet for students)  :: caderno {m}
exert {v} (to put in vigorous action)  :: esforçar
exert {v} (to make use of)  :: aplicar
exertion {n} (the action of exerting)  :: esforço
exhalation {n} (meteor) SEE: meteor  ::
exhale {v} (to breathe out)  :: exalar, expirar
exhaust {v} (to draw or let out wholly; to drain off completely)  :: esvaziar
exhaust {v} (to empty by drawing or letting out the contents)  :: esgotar, exaurir
exhaust {v} (to drain, metaphorically; to wear out)  :: esgotar, exaurir
exhaust {n} (exhaust pipe) SEE: exhaust pipe  ::
exhausted {adj} (in a state of exhaustion)  :: exausto, exaurido, esgotado {m}
exhaustion {n} (supreme tiredness; having exhausted energy)  :: exaustão {f}
exhaustive {adj} (including every possible element)  :: exaustivo
exhaust pipe {n} (pipe that vents waste gases from the engine)  :: escapamento {m}
exhibit {v} (display or show (something) for others to see)  :: exibir
exhibit {v} (demonstrate)  :: demonstrar
exhibit {v} (display publicly)  :: exibir
exhibit {n} (instance of exhibiting)  :: exibição {f}, exposição {f}
exhibition {n} (instance of exhibiting)  :: exibição {f}
exhibition {n} (large scale public showing of objects or products)  :: exibição {f}, mostra {f}
exhibition {n} (financial award to a student)  :: bolsa de estudos {f}
exhibition game {n} (practice game)  :: amistoso {m}
exhibitionism {n} (practice of drawing attention to oneself)  :: exibicionismo {m}
exhibitionism {n} (practice of displaying one's private bodily parts in public)  :: exibicionismo {m}
exhibition match {n} (exhibition game) SEE: exhibition game  ::
exhilarating {adj} (refreshingly thrilling)  :: emocionante
exhort {v} (urge)  :: exortar
exhumation {n} (the act of digging up that which has been buried)  :: exumação {f}
exhume {v} (To dig out of the ground; to take out of a place of burial; to disinter)  :: exumar, desenterrar
exigent {adj} (urgent; needing immediate action)  :: exigente {m} {f}
exigent {adj} (demanding; needing great effort)  :: exigente {m} {f}
exiguous {adj} (extremely scanty)  :: exíguo {m}, exígua {f}
exile {n} (the state of being banished from one's home or country)  :: exílio {m}, desterro {m}
exile {n} (someone who is banished from one's home or country)  :: exilado {m}
exile {v} (to send into exile)  :: exilar, desterrar
exist {v} (to be)  :: existir
existence {n} (state of being, existing, or occurring)  :: existência {f}
existent {adj} (existing; having life or being, current; occurring now)  :: existente
existentialism {n} (philosophical movement)  :: existencialismo {m}
existentialist {n} (a person who adheres to the philosophy of existentialism)  :: existencialista {m} {f}
existentialist {adj} (of or pertaining to existentialism)  :: existencialista
existing {adj} (that exists)  :: existente
exit {n} (way out)  :: saída {f}
exit {n} (passage from inside to outside)  :: saída {f}
exit {n} (action of leaving)  :: saída
exit {v} (go out)  :: sair, deixar
exit {v} (leave)  :: sair
exit {v} (die)  :: partir
exit poll {n} (poll taken of a sample of voters as they leave a voting station)  :: pesquisa de boca de urna {f}
exobiology {n} (biology dealing with extraterrestrial lifeforms)  :: exobiologia {f}
exocannibalism {n} (the eating of members of other social groups than one's own)  :: exocanibalismo {m}
exodus {n} (sudden departure)  :: êxodo {m}
Exodus {prop} (departure of Hebrew slaves)  :: Êxodo {m}
Exodus {prop} (book of Torah and Old Testament)  :: Êxodo {m}
exogenous {adj} (Produced or originating outside of an organism.)  :: exógeno {m}
exogenous {adj} (Having a cause external to the infected organism)  :: exógeno {m}
exon {n} (region of a gene)  :: éxon {m}, exão {m}
exonerate {v} (to relieve (someone or something) of a load; to unburden (a load))  :: aliviar
exonerate {v} (of a body of water: to discharge or empty (itself))  :: esvaziar
exonerate {v} (to free from an obligation, responsibility or task)  :: exonerar
exonerate {v} (to free from accusation or blame)  :: exonerar
exophthalmos {n} (abnormal protrusion of the eyeball)  :: exoftalmia {f}
exoplanet {n} (planet outside Earth's solar system)  :: exoplaneta {m}
exorbitant {adj} (exceeding proper limits)  :: exorbitante
exorcise {v} (To drive out an evil spirit from a person, place or thing, especially by an incantation or prayer)  :: exorcizar
exorcism {n} (ritual driving out of evil spirits)  :: exorcismo
exorcist {n} (a person who practices exorcism)  :: exorcista
exorcize {v} (exorcise) SEE: exorcise  ::
exordium {n} (beginning)  :: exórdio {m}
exordium {n} (introduction to a paper or discourse)  :: vexórdio {m}
exoskeleton {n} (hard outer structure)  :: exosqueleto {m}, exoesqueleto {m}
exosphere {n} (the uppermost layer of a planet's atmosphere)  :: exosfera {f}
exothermic {adj} (releasing heat)  :: exotérmico {m}, exotérmica {f}
exotic {adj} (foreign, with the connotation of excitingly foreign)  :: exótico
exotic {adj} (non-native to the ecosystem)  :: exótico {m}, exótica {f}
expansion {n} (act of expanding)  :: expansão {f}
expat {n} (An expatriate)  :: expatriado {m}, emigrante {m}, exilado {m}
expatriate {adj} (of people who are expatriates)  :: expatriado
expatriate {n} (person living outside own country)  :: expatriado {m}
expatriate {n} (person who has been banished from his own country)  :: expatriado {m}
expatriate {v} (banish)  :: expatriar
expatriate {v} (withdraw from one’s country)  :: migrar
expect {v} (to expect) SEE: look  ::
expect {v} (to look for, look forward to, anticipate)  :: esperar, aguardar
expect {v} (To consider obligatory)  :: esperar
expect {v} (To consider reasonably due)  :: prever
expectation {n} (act or state of expecting)  :: espera {f}
expectation {n} (that which is expected or looked for)  :: expectativa {f}
expectorant {n} (agent or drug)  :: expectorante {m}
expectorate {v} (spit) SEE: spit  ::
expectorate {v} (to cough up fluid from the lungs)  :: expectorar
expectoration {n} (the act)  :: expectoração {f}
expedient {adj} (simple, easy, or quick; convenient)  :: expediente
expedite {v} (accelerate progress)  :: acelerar, apressar
expedition {n} (An important enterprise, implying a change of place)  :: expedição {f}
expel {v} (to eject)  :: expelir
expel {v} (to remove from membership)  :: expulsar
expendable {adj} (able to be expended)  :: esgotável
expendable {adj} (designed for a single use)  :: descartável
expendable {adj} (not worth preserving or saving)  :: sacrificável
expenditure {n} (act of expending)  :: gastamento {m}
expenditure {n} (amount expended)  :: despesa {f}, gasto {m}
expensive {adj} (having a high price or cost)  :: caro
expensively {adv} (in an expensive manner)  :: caramente, custosamente
experience {n} (event(s) of which one is cognizant)  :: experiência {f}
experience {n} (activity which one has performed)  :: experiência {f}
experience {n} (collection of events and/or activities from which an individual or group may gather knowledge)  :: experiência {f}
experience {n} (the knowledge thus gathered)  :: experiência {f}
experience {v} (to observe or undergo)  :: experienciar, vivenciar
experienced {adj} (having experience)  :: experiente
experiential {adj} (of, related to, encountered in, or derived from experience)  :: experiencial
experiment {n} (test under controlled conditions)  :: experimento {m}, experiência {f}
experiment {v} (to conduct an experiment)  :: experimentar
experimental {adj} (of or pertaining to an experiment)  :: experimental
expert {adj} (extraordinarily capable or knowledgeable)  :: especialista, perito {m}, expert {m} {f}
expert {n} (person with extensive knowledge or ability)  :: expert {m} {f}, especialista {m} {f}, perito {m}
expertise {n} (great skill or knowledge)  :: perícia {f}, especialidade {f}
expire {v} (die) SEE: die  ::
expire {v} (become invalid)  :: vencer, expirar
expire {v} (exhale) SEE: exhale  ::
expired {adj} (dead) SEE: dead  ::
expiry {n} (death) SEE: death  ::
explain {v} (report)  :: explicar, explanar
explain {v} (excuse)  :: explicar
explanation {n} (the act or process of explaining)  :: explicação {f}, explanação {f}
explanation {n} (something that explains)  :: explicação {f}, explanação {f}
expletive {adj} (serving to fill up)  :: expletivo
expletive {n} (word added to fill a syntactic position)  :: expletivo {m}, expletiva {f}
expletive {n} (profane, vulgar term) SEE: swear word  ::
explicit {adj} (very specific)  :: explícito {m}
explicitly {adv} (in an explicit manner)  :: explicitamente
explode {v} (to destroy with an explosion)  :: explodir
explode {v} (to destroy violently)  :: explodir
explode {v} (to explode (intransitive))  :: explodir
exploding head syndrome {n} (parasomnia characterised by the auditory hallucination of a loud bang)  :: síndrome da explosão da cabeça {f}
exploit {n} (heroic or extraordinary deed)  :: façanha {f}, proeza {f}
exploit {n} (computing security)  :: exploit {m}
exploit {v} (use for one’s advantage)  :: explorar
exploit {v} (exploit) SEE: take advantage of  ::
exploitation {n} (act)  :: exploração {f}
exploiter {n} (one who exploits)  :: explorador {m}
exploration {n} (act of exploring)  :: exploração {f}
explore {v} (to examine or investigate something systematically)  :: explorar
explore {v} (to travel somewhere in search of discovery)  :: explorar
explore {v} (to (seek) experience first hand)  :: explorar
explore {v} (to examine diagnostically)  :: examinar
explorer {n} (person who explores)  :: explorador {m}
explorer {n} (person who by expedition seeks new information)  :: explorador {m}
explorer {n} (any of various tools in dentistry)  :: sonda exploradora {f}, explorador dental {m}
explosion {n} (violent release of energy)  :: explosão
explosive {n} (explosive substance)  :: explosivo {m}
explosive {adj} (with the capability to, or likely to, explode)  :: explosivo
explosive {adj} (having the character of an explosion)  :: explosivo
explosive {adj} (easily driven to anger)  :: explosivo
exponent {n} (One who expounds, represents or advocates)  :: expoente {m} {f}
exponent {n} ((in mathematics))  :: expoente {m}
exponential {adj} (relating to an exponent)  :: exponencial
exponential {adj} (expressed in terms of a power of e)  :: exponencial
exponential {adj} (in modern English, used to describe a high or rapid rate of change)  :: exponencial
export {adj} (of or relating to exportation or exports)  :: exportador
export {n} (something that is exported)  :: exportado {m}
export {n} (the act of exporting)  :: exportação {f}
export {v} (to carry away)  :: tirar
export {v} (to sell (goods) to a foreign country)  :: exportar
export {v} (computing: send (data) from one program to another)  :: exportar
expose {v} (to reveal, uncover, make visible, bring to light, introduce to)  :: expor, revelar
expose {v} (to subject photographic film to light)  :: expor
exposition {n} (action of putting something out to public view)  :: exposição {f}
exposure {n} (condition)  :: exposição
exposure {n} (taking a photograph)  :: exposição {f}
express {adj} (moving or operating quickly)  :: expresso
express {adj} (specific or precise)  :: expresso
express {n} (quick mode of transportation)  :: expresso {m}
express {v} (to convey meaning)  :: expressar
express {v} (to excrete or cause to excrete)  :: espremer, extrair
expression {n} (particular way of phrasing an idea)  :: expressão {f}
expression {n} (colloquialism or idiom)  :: expressão {f}
expression {n} (facial appearance)  :: expressão {f}
expression {n} (mathematics: arrangement of symbols)  :: expressão {f}
expression {n} (process of translating a gene into a protein)  :: expressão
expression {n} ((computing) a piece of code in a high-level language that returns a value)  :: expressão {f}
expressionism {n} (movement in the arts)  :: expressionismo {m}
expressionist {adj} (of, pertaining to, or in the style of expressionism)  :: expressionista
expressionist {n} (painter who paints in this style)  :: expressionista {m} {f}
expressive {adj} (effectively conveying feeling)  :: expressivo, significativo
expressively {adv} (in expressive manner)  :: expressivamente
express kidnapping {n} (abduction where a small and easily paid ransom is demanded)  :: sequestro relâmpago {m}
expressly {adv} (in an expressive or explicit manner)  :: expressamente
express train {n} (a train making limited stops)  :: trem expresso {m}
expressway {n} (US: divided highway)  :: auto-estrada
expressway {n} (freeway) SEE: freeway  ::
expulsion {n} (the act of expelling or the state of being expelled)  :: expulsão {f}
exquisite {adj} (especially fine)  :: esmerado, primoroso {m}
exquisite {adj} (of special beauty or rare excellence)  :: distinto {m}
extant {adj} (still in existence)  :: existente {m} {f}, remanescente {m} {f}
extemporaneous {adj} (without preparation)  :: extemporâneo
extend {v} (to increase in extent)  :: estender, ampliar
extend {v} (to cause to increase in extent)  :: estender
extend {v} (to cause to last for a longer period of time)  :: estender
extensibility {n} (capability of being extended)  :: extensibilidade {f}
extension {n} (act of extending or the state of being extended)  :: extensão {f}
extension cord {n} (an electrical cord)  :: extensão {f}
extensive {adj} (wide)  :: extensivo
extensively {adv} (to a great extent)  :: muito
extent {n} (range of values or locations)  :: extensão {f}
extent {n} (space, area, volume to which something extends)  :: extensão {f}
extenuate {v} (lessen; palliate)  :: atenuar
extenuating circumstance {n} (fact that mitigates a crime)  :: atenuante {f}
exterior {adj} (being from outside a country) SEE: foreign  ::
exterior {adj} (external) SEE: external  ::
exterior {adj} (outer) SEE: outer  ::
exterminate {v} (to kill all of a population)  :: exterminar, erradicar
exterminate {v} (to bring a definite end to, finish completely)  :: exterminar, aniquilar
extermination camp {n} (death camp) SEE: death camp  ::
external {adj} (outside of something)  :: externo
extinct {adj} (extinguished, no longer alight (of fire, candles etc.))  :: extinguido, apagado
extinct {adj} (no longer used; obsolete, discontinued)  :: obsoleto, ultrapassado
extinct {adj} (having died out)  :: extinto
extinct {adj} (no longer erupting)  :: extinto
extinction {n} (the action of making or becoming extinct)  :: extinção
extinct language {n} (dead language) SEE: dead language  ::
extinguish {v} (to put out, as in fire; to end burning; to quench)  :: extinguir, apagar
extirpate {v} (to pull up by the roots)  :: extirpar
extirpate {v} (to destroy completely)  :: extirpar
extirpate {v} (to surgically remove)  :: extirpar
extirpation {n} (the act of extirpating)  :: extirpação {f}
extort {v} (to wrest from an unwilling person by undue or illegal exercise of power or ingenuity)  :: extorquir
extort {v} (to obtain by means of the offense of extortion)  :: extorquir
extortion {n} (the practice of extorting money or other property)  :: extorsão {f}
extra {adj} (beyond what is due, usual)  :: extra
extra {adv} (to an extraordinary degree)  :: extremamente
extra {n} (person in a play or movie with a minimal part) SEE: walk-on  ::
extract {n} (something extracted)  :: extrato {m}
extract {n} (solution made by drawing out from a substance)  :: extrato
extract {v} (to draw out)  :: extrair
extraction {n} (extract obtained from a mixture or from a plant etc) SEE: extract  ::
extradite {v} (to remove a person from one state to another by legal process)  :: extraditar
extradition {n} (a formal process by which a criminal suspect is handed over to another government)  :: extradição {f}
extramarital {adj} (taking place outside marriage)  :: extraconjugal
extrametricality {n} (situation where certain segments of a word are irrelevant to its stress structure)  :: extrametricidade {f}
extramundane {adj} (beyond mundane)  :: extramundano
extra-natural {adj} (supernatural) SEE: supernatural  ::
extraneous {adj} (not belonging to, or dependent upon, a thing)  :: estranho
extraordinarily {adv} (in an extraordinary manner)  :: extraordinariamente
extraordinary {adj} (not ordinary)  :: extraordinário
extrapolation {n} (calculation of an estimate)  :: extrapolação {f}
extrapolation {n} (inference)  :: extrapolação {f}
extrasensory {adj} (of or relating to extrasensory perception)  :: extrassensorial
extrasensory perception {n} (supposed ability to obtain information without the use of normal sensory channels)  :: percepção extrassensorial {f}, PES
extraterrestrial {adj} (originating from outside of the Earth)  :: extraterrestre
extraterrestrial {n} (being originating from outside of the Earth)  :: extraterrestre {m} {f}
extraterritoriality {n} (immunity from the local laws of a certain area)  :: extraterritorialidade {f}
extra time {n} (an additional period played at the end of some games of football)  :: prorrogação {f}
Extremadura {prop} (autonomous province of Spain)  :: Extremadura {f}, Estremadura {f}
Extremaduran {adj} (of, or relating to Extremaduran)  :: extremenho
Extremaduran {prop} (the language of Extremadura)  :: extremenho {m}
extreme {adj} (of a place, the most remote, farthest or outermost)  :: extremo
extreme {adj} (in the greatest or highest degree; intense)  :: extremo
extreme {adj} (excessive, or far beyond the norm)  :: excessivo
extreme {adj} (drastic, or of great severity)  :: extremo
extreme {adj} (of sports, difficult or dangerous; performed in a hazardous environment)  :: extremo
extreme {adj} (archaic: ultimate, final or last)  :: último
extreme {n} (greatest or utmost point, degree or condition)  :: extremo {m}
extreme {n} (each of the things at opposite ends of a range or scale)  :: extremo {m}
extremely {adv} (to an extreme degree)  :: extremamente
extremism {n} (extreme ideas or actions)  :: extremismo {m}
extremist {n} (person who holds extreme views)  :: extremista {m} {f}
extremist {adj} (holding extreme views)  :: extremista
extremist {adj} (of, or relating to extremism)  :: extremista
extremity {n} (furthest point)  :: extremidade {f}
extremity {n} (hand or foot)  :: extremidade {f}
extremity {n} (limb) SEE: limb  ::
extremophile {n} (organism that lives under extreme conditions)  :: extremófilo {m}
extremophilic {adj} (Of, or pertaining to the extremophiles)  :: extremófilo
extremum {n} (mathematics)  :: extremo {m}
extrinsic {adj} (external, separable from the thing itself, inessential)  :: [literally] extrínseco {m}
extrusion {n} (manufacturing process)  :: extrusão {f}
exuberance {n} (The quality of being exuberant; cheerful or vigorous enthusiasm; liveliness)  :: exuberância {f}
exuberance {n} (An instance of exuberant behaviour)  :: exuberância {f}
exuberant {adj} (people very high-spirited)  :: exuberante {m} {f}
exuberant {adj} (abundant, luxuriant, profuse, superabundant)  :: exuberante {m} {f}
exult {v} (rejoice)  :: exultar
exultation {n} (lively joy at success or victory)  :: exultação {f}
exuviate {v} (to shed or cast off a covering)  :: mudar
ex-wife {n} (a former wife)  :: ex-mulher {f}, ex-esposa {f}
eye {n} (organ)  :: olho {m}
eye {n} (hole in needle)  :: fundo {m}, buraco {m}
eye {n} (loop of metal)  :: argola {f}
eye {n} (of a hurricane)  :: olho {m}
eye {n} (mark on an animal resembling an eye)  :: ocelo {m}
eye {n} (of a potato)  :: olho {m}
eye {n} (ability to notice what others might miss)  :: olho {m}, visão {f}
eye {v} (to observe carefully)  :: observar, examinar
eye {v} (to look as if intending to do sthg)  :: fitar, comer com os olhos
eyeball {n} (ball of the eye)  :: globo ocular {m}
eyebrow {n} (hair that grows over the bone ridge above the eye socket)  :: sobrancelha {f}
eye contact {n} (action of looking at another human or animal in the eye)  :: contato visual {m}
eye doctor {n} ((mainly US) an ophthalmologist)  :: oftalmologista {m} {f}, oculista {m} {f}
eyedrop {n} (eye medicine)  :: colírio {m}
eye for an eye {n} (compensation for an injury)  :: olho por olho {m}
eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth {proverb} (compensation for an injury)  :: olho por olho, dente por dente
eyeglasses {n} (spectacles) SEE: spectacles  ::
eyehole {n} (eye socket) SEE: eye socket  ::
eyelash {n} (hair growing on the edge of an eyelid)  :: cílio {m}, pestana {f}
eyelet {n} (A small hole to receive a cord or fastener)  :: ilhó {m}, casa {f}
eyelid {n} ((anatomy) a thin skin membrane that covers and moves over an eye)  :: pálpebra {f}
eye MD {n} (ophtalmologist) SEE: eye doctor  ::
eye of the beholder {n} (subjective perception and judgement)  :: olhos de quem vê {m}
eye patch {n} (patch worn to cover one eye)  :: tapa-olho
eye-popping {adj} (visually astonishing)  :: impressionante
eye shadow {n} (makeup around the eyes)  :: sombra {f}
eyesight {n} (faculty of sight)  :: visão {f}, vista {f}
eye socket {n} (socket of eye)  :: órbita {f}
Eyetie {n} (person of Italian descent) SEE: wop  ::
eye tooth {n} (canine tooth) SEE: canine tooth  ::
eyewitness {n} (person who has seen and testify about an event)  :: testemunha ocular {f}
eyot {n} (islet) SEE: islet  ::
Ezekiel {prop} (book of the Bible)  :: Ezequiel {m}
Ezekiel {prop} (prophet)  :: Ezequiel {m}
Ezekiel {prop} (male given name)  :: Ezequiel {m}
Ezra {prop} (book of the Bible)  :: Esdras {m}
Ezra {prop} (Jewish high priest)  :: Esdras {m}
Ezra {prop} (male given name)  :: Esdras {m}
élan {n} (spirit, zeal)  :: elã {m}, élan {m}
éminence grise {n} (a secret or unofficial decision-maker; the power behind the throne, see also: power broker)  :: eminência parda {f}