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i {n} (name of the letter I, i) :: i {m}
I {pron} (personal pronoun) :: eu
Iași {prop} (city in Romania) :: Iasi {f}, Iassi {f}
I am {interj} (I'm) SEE: I'm ::
I am a doctor {phrase} (I am a doctor (a physician)) :: sou médico {m}, sou médica {f}
iamb {n} (a metrical foot) :: iambo {m}
iambic {adj} (consisting of iambs or characterized by their predominance) :: iâmbico, jâmbico
iambic pentameter {n} (a poetic meter) :: pentâmetro iâmbico {m}
Iamblichus {prop} (Greek philosopher) :: Jâmblico {m}
I am blind {phrase} (I'm blind) SEE: I'm blind ::
I am English {phrase} (I am English) :: eu sou inglês {m}, eu sou inglesa {f}
I am hungry {phrase} (I'm hungry) SEE: I'm hungry ::
I am thirsty {phrase} (I'm thirsty) SEE: I'm thirsty ::
I am tired {phrase} (I'm tired) SEE: I'm tired ::
I am twenty years old {phrase} (I'm twenty years old) SEE: I'm twenty years old ::
I am ... year(s) old {phrase} (I'm ... year(s) old) SEE: I'm ... year(s) old ::
IANAL {phrase} (I am not a lawyer) :: ENSA
Iapetus {prop} (the Titan) :: Jápeto {m}, Iápeto {m}
Iapetus {prop} (the moon of Saturn) :: Jápeto
iatrogenic {adj} (induced by physician or medical treatment) :: iatrogénico [Portugal], iatrogênico [Brazil]
Iberia {prop} (region south of the Pyrenees) :: Ibéria {f}
Iberia {prop} (ancient region of Georgia) :: Ibéria {f}
Iberian {adj} (Native to Iberia) :: ibérico {m}
Iberian lynx {n} (Lynx pardinus) :: lince-ibérico
Iberian Peninsula {prop} (peninsula) :: Península Ibérica {f}
ibex {n} (type of wild mountain goat) :: cabra-montês {f}, cabra alpina {f}, cabra brava {f}
ibis {n} (Threskiornithid) :: íbis {m}
Ibiza {prop} (island) :: Ibiza {f}
-ible {suffix} (able to be done) :: -ável, -ível
-ible {suffix} (expressing capacity or worthiness in a passive sense) :: -ável, -ível
Iblis {prop} ((Islam) Satan; the Devil) :: Iblis {m}, Íblis {m}
iboga {n} (Tabernanthe iboga, a perennial rainforest shrub) :: iboga {f}
ibogaine {n} (a psychoactive compound found in some plants) :: ibogaína {f}
iBook {n} (device) :: iBook {m}
ibrik {n} (A long-spouted pitcher) :: ibrik {m} {f}
IBSA {initialism} (India, Brazil, and South Africa) :: IBSA {m}
ibuprofen {n} (pharmaceutical drug) :: ibuprofeno {m}
-ic {suffix} (Note: these translations are a guide only. For more precise translations, see individual words ending in -ic) :: -ico {m}
I came, I saw, I conquered {phrase} (used to indicate a total swift victory) :: vim, vi, venci
I can't find my ... {phrase} (I can't find my ...) :: não consigo encontrar meu ... {m}, não consigo encontrar minha ... {f}, não consigo encontrar meus ... {m-p}, não consigo encontrar minhas ... {f-p}
I can't swim {phrase} (I can't swim) :: eu não sei nadar
ICAO {initialism} (International Civil Aviation Organization) :: OIAC {f} (Organização Internacional de Aviação Civil)
Icarus {prop} :: Ícaro {m}
ice {n} (water in frozen form) :: gelo {m}
ice {n} (frozen volatile chemical) :: gelo {m}
ice {n} (frozen dessert) :: gelado {m}
ice {n} (icehockey: area where game is played) :: rinque {m}
ice {v} (to cool with ice) :: gelar
ice {v} (to freeze) :: congelar, gelar
ice {v} (to murder) :: assassinar
ice {v} (to cover with icing) :: cobrir
ice {n} (diamond) SEE: diamond ::
ice age {n} (period of extensive glaciation (glacial period)) :: era do gelo {f}, era glacial {f}, idade do gelo {f}, período glacial {m}
ice bear {n} (polar bear) SEE: polar bear ::
iceberg {n} (huge mass of floating ice) :: iceberg {m}, icebergue {m}, montanha de gelo
iceberg lettuce {n} (vegetable) :: alface americana {f}
icebox {n} (refrigerator) SEE: refrigerator ::
icebreaker {n} (ship designed to break through ice) :: quebra-gelo {m}
ice-cold {adj} (as cold as ice) :: gélido {m}, gelado {m}
ice-cold {adj} (distant) :: gélido {m}
ice cream {n} (dessert) :: gelado {m} [Portugal], sorvete {m} [Brazil]
ice cream {n} (in a cone) :: casquinha {f}
ice cream parlor {n} (business) :: geladaria {f}, sorveteria {f}
ice cube {n} (small piece of ice used for cooling drinks) :: cubo de gelo
iced coffee {n} (beverage) :: café gelado {m}
iced tea {n} (cold tea) :: chá gelado {m}
ice floe {n} (floe) SEE: floe ::
ice hockey {n} (hockey) :: hóquei no gelo {m}
Iceland {prop} (country in Europe) :: Islândia {f}
Icelander {n} (a person from Iceland or of Icelandic descent) :: islandês {m}, islandesa {f}
Icelandic {n} (language) :: islandês {m}
Icelandic {adj} (of or relating to the Icelandic language) :: islandês {m}
Icelandic {adj} (of or relating to the natives or inhabitants of Iceland) :: islandês {m}
Icelandic {adj} (of or relating to Iceland) :: islandês
Icelandic {n} (Icelander) SEE: Icelander ::
Icelandic Sheepdog {n} (Icelandic Sheepdog) :: pastor islandês {m}, pastor da Islândia
Icelandish {prop} (Icelandic) SEE: Icelandic ::
Icelandish {adj} (Icelandic) SEE: Icelandic ::
ice lolly {n} (frozen juice) :: picolé
icepick {n} (a pointed tool used for breaking ice) :: picador de gelo {m}, quebrador de gelo {m}
ice resurfacer {n} (implement used to renew ice surface) :: nivelador de gelo {m}
ice rink {n} (a surface for ice skating) :: rinque de patinação, pista de gelo
ice shelf {n} (thick floating platform of ice) :: plataforma de gelo {f}
ice skate {n} (a light boot, fitted with a blade, used for skating on ice) :: patim de gelo {m}
ice-skate {v} (skate on ice) :: patins de gelo
ice skating {n} (the act, or the sport, of skating on ice) :: patinação no gelo
I Ching {prop} (Chinese classic text) :: I Ching {m}
ichthyological {adj} (ichthyological) :: ictiológico
ichthyologist {n} (expert in ichthyology) :: ictiólogo
ichthyology {n} (branch of zoology devoted to the study of fish) :: ictiologia {f}
ichthyosaur {n} (extinct reptile) :: ictiossauro {m}
ichthyosis {n} (disease which gives the sufferer dry scaly skin) :: ictiose {f}
icicle {n} (a spear-shape of ice) :: sincelo {m}
icing {n} (sweet glaze used for baked goods) :: glacê {m}
icing sugar {n} (powdered sugar) SEE: powdered sugar ::
icky {adj} (unpleasantly sticky; yucky; disgusting) :: meloso {m}
icon {n} (image) :: ícone {m}
icon {n} (religious painting) :: ícone {m}, ídolo {m}; ícone {m}
icon {n} (small picture, computer icon) :: ícone {m}
iconic {adj} (relating to icon) :: icónico [Portugal], icônico [Brazil]
iconoclast {n} :: iconoclasta {m} {f}
iconoclastic {adj} (pertaining to iconoclasm) :: iconoclástico
iconostasis {n} (a wall of icons) :: iconóstase
icosahedron {n} (a polyhedron) :: icosaedro {m}
I could eat a horse {phrase} (very hungry) :: eu poderia comer um cavalo
ICU {n} (intensive care unit) :: UTI, unidade de terapia intensiva
icy {adj} (pertaining to, resembling, or abounding in ice) :: gélido
icy {adj} (covered with ice) :: congelado
icy {adj} (characterized by coldness, as of manner, influence, etc.) :: gélido
id {n} (id) :: id {m}
ID {n} (identification or identity documentation) SEE: ID card ::
Ida {prop} (female given name) :: Ida {f}
Idaho {prop} (US state) :: Idaho {m}
ID card {n} (card or badge showing the official identity of the wearer) :: cartão de cidadão {m} [Portugal], CC {m} [Portugal], carteira de identidade {f} [Brazil], RG {m} [Brazil]
-ide {suffix} (binary compound of a nonmetal) :: -eto {m}
-ide {suffix} (any of a group of several elements) :: -ídeo {m}, -oide {m}
idea {n} (image formed in the mind) :: ideia {f}
idea {n} (result of mental activity) :: ideia {f}
idea {n} (vague or fanciful notion) :: noção {f}
ideal {adj} (being optimal) :: ideal
ideal {adj} (being perfect) :: ideal
ideal {adj} (conceptual) :: ideal
ideal {n} (perfect standard of beauty, intellect etc.) :: ideal {m}
ideal gas {n} (hypothetical gas) :: gás perfeito
idealism {n} (an approach to philosophical enquiry) :: idealismo {m}
idealist {n} (one who adheres to idealism) :: idealista {m} {f}
idealist {n} (impractical person) :: idealista {m} {f}
idealist {n} (unrealistic or impractical visionary) :: idealista {m} {f}
idealistic {adj} (of or pertaining to an idealist or to idealism) :: idealista, idealístico
identical {adj} (bearing full likeness) :: idêntico
identifiable {adj} (capable of being distinguished and named) :: identificável
identification {n} (the act of identifying, or proving to be the same) :: identificação {f}
identification {n} (a document or documents serving as evidence of a person's identity) :: identidade {f}
identifier {n} (formal name used in source code to refer to a variable, function, procedure, package, etc.) :: identificador {m}
identify {v} (to establish the identity of someone or something) :: identificar
identify {v} (to associate oneself with some group) :: identificar-se
identity {n} (the sameness some individuals share to make up the same kind or universal) :: identidade {f}
identity {n} (the difference or character that marks off an individual from the rest) :: identidade {f}
identity {n} (name or persona) :: identidade {f}
identity {n} (knowledge of who one is) :: identidade {f}
identity card {n} (a card showing one's identity) SEE: ID card ::
identity matrix {n} (diagonal matrix with all diagonal elements equal to 1) :: matriz identidade {f}
identity theft {n} (deliberate assumption of another person's identity) :: roubo da identidade
ideogram {n} (symbol) :: ideograma {m}
ideograph {n} (ideogram) SEE: ideogram ::
ideolog {n} (ideologue) SEE: ideologue ::
ideologic {adj} (ideological) SEE: ideological ::
ideological {adj} (of or pertaining to an ideology) :: ideológico
ideological {adj} (based on an ideology) :: ideológico
ideologically {adv} (in an ideological manner; with respect to ideology) :: ideologicamente
ideologue {n} (advocate of a particular ideology) :: ideólogo {m}
ideology {n} (doctrine, body of ideas) :: ideologia {f}
ides {n} (day in the Roman calendar) :: idos {m}
idio- {prefix} (individuality, peculiarity or separateness) :: idio-
idiocy {n} (state of being an idiot) :: idiotice {f}
idiolect {n} (variant of a language used by a particular individual) :: idioleto {m}
idiom {n} (idiomatic expression) :: idioma {m}, expressão idiomática {f}
idiomatic {adj} (pertaining or conforming to the mode of expression characteristic of a language) :: idiomático {m}
idiomatical {adj} (idiomatical) SEE: idiomatic ::
idiopathic {adj} (disease or condition having no known cause) :: idiopático
idiosyncrasy {n} (way of behaving or thinking) :: idiossincrasia {f}
idiosyncrasy {n} (language or behaviour particular to an individual or a group) :: idiossincrasia {f}
idiosyncrasy {n} ((medicine) individual reaction to a generally innocuous substance) :: idiossincrasia {f}
idiosyncrasy {n} (peculiarity that serves to distinguish or identify) :: idiossincrasia {f}
idiosyncratic {adj} (peculiar to a specific individual) :: idiossincrásico, idiossincrático
idiot {n} (person of low general intelligence) :: idiota {m} {f}
idiot {adj} (idiotic) SEE: idiotic ::
idiotic {adj} (pertaining to or resembling an idiot) :: idiótico
idiotic {adj} (having the quality of idiocy) :: idiota
idiotypic {adj} (Of or pertaining to an idiotype) :: idiotípico
idle {adj} (not turned to appropriate use, not occupied, of time with little activity) :: vazio, inapropriado, desocupado, inutilizável
idle {adj} (not engaged in any occupation or employment) :: ocioso, desocupado, desempregado
idle {adj} (averse to work or labor) :: preguiçoso, vagabundo
idle {adj} (of no importance, worthless, useless) :: inútil, imprestável, vão
idle {v} (to lose or spend time doing nothing) :: perder tempo
idleness {n} (state of being idle; inactivity) :: inatividade {f}, ócio {m}
idleness {n} (state of being indolent) :: indolência {f}
I'd like to kiss you {phrase} (I'd like to kiss you) :: eu gostaria de te beijar, eu gostaria de beijar-te, eu gostaria de beijar você, gostaria de te beijar, gostaria de beijar-te, gostaria de beijar você
I'd like to know {phrase} (phrase) :: [Brazil] eu gostaria de saber
Ido {prop} (artificial language reformed from Esperanto) :: ido {m}
idol {n} (representation of anything revered) :: ídolo {m}
idol {n} (cultural icon, especially popular person) :: ídolo {m}, ícone {m}
idolatry {n} (worship of idols) :: idolatria {f}
idolatry {n} (excessive admiration) :: idolatria {f}, veneração {f}
idolopeia {n} :: idolopeia {f}
idolopoeia {n} :: idolopeia {f}
I don't care {phrase} (I don't care) :: eu não me importo, não me importo
I don't drive {phrase} (I don't drive (a car, a vehicle)) :: eu não conduzo, eu não dirijo
I don't eat fish {phrase} (I don't eat fish) :: (eu) não como peixe
I don't eat meat {phrase} (I don't eat meat) :: eu não como carne
I don't eat pork {phrase} (I don't eat pork) :: eu não como carne de porco
I don't have any money {phrase} (I don't have any money) :: não tenho dinheiro
I don't know {phrase} (I don’t know) :: (eu) não sei/conheço, sei lá [informal]
I don't speak English {phrase} (I don't speak English (specifically English)) :: eu não falo inglês
I don't speak English {phrase} (I don't speak (fill with the name of the current foreign language)) :: eu não falo português
I don't think so {phrase} (I think that what has been said is untrue) :: eu acho que não
I don't think so {phrase} (sarcastic) :: de jeito nenhum
I don't understand {phrase} (I don't understand) :: eu não entendo
I don't want it {phrase} (I don't want it) :: eu não quero, não quero, eu não quero isso, não quero isso
I don't want to buy anything {phrase} (I don't want to buy anything) :: eu não quero comprar nada
I don't want to talk about it {phrase} (I don't want to talk about it) :: eu não quero falar sobre isso
idyll {n} (poem or short written piece) :: idílio {m}
idyllic {adj} (of or pertaining to idylls) :: idílico
i.e. {abbr} (that is) :: isto é, ou seja
if {conj} (supposing that) :: se, caso
if {conj} (whether) :: se
if {conj} ((computing)) :: se
if {n} (a theoretical condition) :: hipótese {f}, suposição {f}
if and only if {conj} (implies and is implied by) :: se e somente se
iff {abbr} (abbreviation of if and only if) :: sse, sss
iffy {adj} (Of dubious authenticity, legitimacy or legality) :: suspeito {m}
if I'm honest {phrase} (to be honest) SEE: to be honest ::
if I were you {phrase} (advice introduction) :: se eu fosse você
if need be {adv} (if necessary) :: caso (seja) necessário, se (for) necessário
if not {adv} :: se não, senão
if only {phrase} (signifies a wish) :: oxalá, quem me dera/quem dera (que) [a sentence in the subjunctive mood follows]
if only {phrase} (even if for no other reason than) :: quanto mais não seja
if the mountain won't come to Muhammad {proverb} (if one cannot get one's own way) :: se a montanha não vem a Maomé, Maomé vai à montanha
if the shoe fits {phrase} (if the shoe fits, wear it) SEE: if the shoe fits, wear it ::
if the shoe fits, wear it {phrase} (idiomatic) :: se a carapuça serviu
-ify {suffix} (to produce verbs meaning to make) :: -ificar
if you can't beat them, join them {proverb} (if your adversaries are stronger than you, it is better to join their side) :: se você não pode vencê-los, junte-se a eles
if you know what I mean {phrase} (used to allude to something unsaid or hinted at) :: se é que você me entende
igloo {n} (Inuit snow house) :: iglu {m}
Ignatius {prop} (male given name) :: Inácio
igneous rock {n} (one of the major groups of rock that makes up the crust of the Earth) :: rocha/pedra ígnea {f}
ignis fatuus {n} (will o' the wisp) SEE: will o' the wisp ::
ignis fatuus {n} (false hope) :: fogo-fátuo {m}
ignite {v} (to set fire to, to light) :: incendiar [to set fire to], acender [to light]
ignite {v} (to commence burning) :: acender
ignition {n} (the act of igniting) :: ignição {f}
ignition {n} (initiation of combustion) :: ignição {f}
ignition {n} (system for activating combustion in an engine) :: partida {f}, ignição {f}
ignominy {n} (great dishonor, shame, or humiliation) :: ignomínia {f}
ignorable {adj} (that can be ignored) :: ignorável
ignorance {n} (condition of being uninformed or uneducated) :: ignorância {f}
ignorance is bliss {proverb} (Ignorance is bliss) :: a ignorância é uma bênção
ignorant {adj} (characterized by ignorance) :: ignorante {m} {f}
ignore {v} (to deliberately pay no attention to) :: ignorar
Igor {prop} (male given name) :: Igor {m}, Ígor {m}
iguana {n} (any of several members of the lizard family Iguanidae) :: iguana {f}
iguana {n} (any member of the genus Iguana) :: iguana {f}
iguana {n} (a green iguana (Iguana iguana)) :: iguana {f}
Iguazu {prop} (river) :: Iguaçu
Iguazu {prop} (waterfalls) :: Iguaçu
I hate you {phrase} (expression of intense dislike) :: [informal] eu odeio-te, [to a man, formal] eu odeio-o, [to a woman, formal] eu odeio-a
I have a cold {phrase} (I have a cold) :: estou gripado [used by a male], estou gripada [used by a female], estou resfriado [used by a male], estou resfriada [used by a female]
I have a fever {phrase} (I have a fever) :: eu estou com febre
I have a headache {phrase} (I have a headache) :: estou com dor de cabeça
I have AIDS {phrase} (I have AIDS) :: (eu) tenho AIDS, (eu) tenho SIDA
I have a question {phrase} (I have a question) :: eu tenho uma pergunta, tenho uma pergunta
I have asthma {phrase} (I have asthma) :: eu tenho asma
I have cancer {phrase} (I have cancer) :: (eu) tenho cancro [Portugal], (eu) tenho câncer [Brazil]
I have diabetes {phrase} (I have diabetes) :: tenho diabete, eu tenho diabete, tenho diabetes, eu tenho diabetes
I have high blood pressure {phrase} (I have high blood pressure) :: tenho pressão alta
I have low blood pressure {phrase} (I have low blood pressure) :: (eu) tenho pressão baixa
I have no money {phrase} (I have no money) :: eu não tenho dinheiro
ikebana {n} (Japanese art of flower arrangement) :: iquebana {f}
I know {phrase} (response indicating agreement with prior statement before it was made) :: eu sei
I know {phrase} (assertion that speaker has answer or idea) :: já sei
I know you are but what am I {phrase} (assertion that an insult made by the party to whom the phrase is directed is actually true of that party) :: quem o diz é quem o é {p}
ileostomy {n} (surgical operation) :: ileostomia {f}
ileum {n} (last division of small intestine) :: íleo {m}
iliac {adj} (of or pertaining to the ilium) :: ilíaco {m}
Iliad {prop} (ancient Greek epic poem about the Trojan War) :: Ilíada {f}
I like you {phrase} (I like you) :: gosto de você, eu gosto de você
ilium {n} (bone) :: ílio {m}, ilíaco {m}
I live in Melbourne {phrase} (I live in Melbourne (example city)) :: moro em Melbourne, eu moro em Melbourne
ill {adj} (bad) SEE: bad ::
ill {adj} (in poor health, suffering from a disease) :: doente {m} {f}
illation {n} (action of concluding or inferring) :: ilação {f}
illative case {n} (case used to indicate movement into something) :: ilativo {m}, caso ilativo {m}
I'll call the police {phrase} (I'll call the police) :: chamarei a polícia, vou chamar a polícia
illegal {adj} (contrary to or forbidden by law) :: ilegal
illegal {adj} (prohibited by established rules) :: ilegal, proibido
illegal {n} (illegal immigrant) :: ilegal {m} {f}
illegal combatant {n} (one who engages in combat without meeting the Geneva Convention) :: combatente ilegal {m} {f}
illegal immigrant {n} (immigrant who has entered a country illegally) :: imigrante ilegal {m-f}
illegible {adj} (not clear enough to be read) :: ilegível
illegitimate {adj} (against the law) :: ilegal
illegitimate {adj} (born to unmarried parents) :: ilegítimo
illegitimate {adj} (not genuine; not authorized by good usage) :: ilegítimo
illicit {adj} (lacking licitness) :: ilícito
illicit {adj} (breaking social norms) :: ilícito
illicit {adj} (unlawful) :: ilícito
Illinois {prop} (a state of the United States of America) :: Illinois {m}
ill-intentioned {adj} (malevolent) SEE: malevolent ::
illiquidity {n} (lack of liquidity) :: iliquidez {f}
illiteracy {n} (inability to read and write) :: analfabetismo {m}
illiterate {adj} (unable to read and write) :: analfabeto, iletrado
illiterate {adj} (having less than an expected standard of familiarity with language and literature) :: iletrado
illiterate {adj} :: iletrado, analfabeto
illiterate {n} (an illiterate person) :: analfabeto {m}, analfabeta {f}
ill-mannered {adj} (of or pertaining to having bad manners) :: mal-educado, malcriado, grosseiro
illness {n} (an instance of a disease or poor health) :: doença {f}, enfermidade {f}, maladia {f}
illness {n} (a state of bad health) :: enfermidade {f}, doença {f}
illocutionary {adj} (of, pertaining to, or derived from illocution) :: ilocucionário, ilocucional, ilocutivo
illogical {adj} (contrary to logic; lacking sense or sound reasoning) :: ilógico, antilógico
illuminate {v} (to shine light on something) :: iluminar
illuminate {v} (to decorate something with lights) :: iluminar
illuminate {v} (to clarify or make something understandable) :: clarificar, clarear
illuminate {v} (to decorate the page of a manuscript book with ornamental designs) :: iluminar
illumination {n} (the act of illuminating, or supplying with light; the state of being illuminated) :: iluminação {f}
illusion {n} (anything that seems to be something that it is not) :: ilusão {f}
illusionist {n} (one who works with illusion) :: ilusionista {m} {f}
illusive {adj} (illusory) SEE: illusory ::
illusory {adj} (illusory) :: ilusório
illustrate {v} (to clarify) :: ilustrar
illustrate {v} (to add explanatory or decoratory features) :: ilustrar
illustration {n} (act of illustrating) :: ilustração {f}
illustration {n} (that which illustrates) :: ilustração {f}
illustration {n} (picture designed to decorate) :: ilustração {f}
illustrator {n} (person who draws pictures) :: desenhista
illustrious {adj} (admired, respected, or well-known) :: ilustre {m} {f}
ill will {n} (ill-disposed attitude) :: má vontade {f}
Illyria {prop} (region in the Balkan Peninsula) :: Ilíria {f}
Illyrian {adj} (of or pertaining to Illyria or Illyrians) :: ilírio
Illyrian {prop} (Illyrian language) :: ilírio
Illyrian {n} (inhabitant of the ancient Illyria) :: ilírio
Illyricum {prop} (Ancient Roman province at the Balkan Peninsula) :: Ilírico {m}
ilmenite {n} (a weakly magnetic dark gray mineral) :: ilmenita {f}
I lost my backpack {phrase} (I lost my backpack) :: perdi minha mochila, eu perdi minha mochila, perdi minha bolsa, eu perdi minha bolsa
I lost my bag {phrase} (I lost my backpack) SEE: I lost my backpack ::
I lost my bag {phrase} (I lost my handbag) SEE: I lost my handbag ::
I lost my glasses {phrase} (I lost my glasses) :: perdi os meus óculos, eu perdi os meus óculos
I lost my handbag {phrase} (I lost my handbag) :: perdi a minha bolsa, eu perdi a minha bolsa
I lost my keys {phrase} (I lost my keys) :: eu perdi minhas chaves, perdi minhas chaves
I lost my wallet {phrase} (I lost my wallet) :: perdi minha carteira, eu perdi minha carteira
I love you {phrase} (affirmation of affection or deep caring) :: (eu) adoro-te [Portugal], (eu) te amo [Brazil], (eu) amo você
I love you {phrase} (affirmation of romantic feeling) :: amo-te, (eu) te amo, (eu) amo você [Brazil]
I love you {phrase} (platonic expression of inclination or liking) :: (eu) gosto de ti [Portugal], (eu) estou gostando de você [Brazil], (eu) gosto de você
I'm {contraction} (I am) :: (eu) sou
I'm a Buddhist {phrase} (I'm a Buddhist) :: eu sou budista, sou budista
I'm a Catholic {phrase} (I'm a Catholic) :: eu sou católico {m}, eu sou católica {f}, sou católico {m}, sou católica {f}
I'm a Christian {phrase} (I'm a Christian) :: eu sou cristão {m}, eu sou cristã {f}, sou cristão {m}, sou cristã {f}
I'm afraid so {phrase} (unfortunately, yes) :: infelizmente, sim
image {n} (graphical representation) :: imagem {f}, figura {f}, fotografia {f}
image {n} (mental picture) :: imagem {f}, visão {f}
image {n} (computing: file) :: imagem {f}
image {n} (characteristic as perceived by others) :: imagem {f}
image {n} (math: something mapped to by a function) :: imagem {f}
imageboard {n} (type of internet forum) :: imageboard {m}, chan {m}
image processing {n} (information processing for graphical data) :: processamento de imagem {m}
imagery {n} (imitation work) SEE: imitation ::
imaginable {adj} (able to be imagined; conceivable) :: imaginável, concebível
imaginary {adj} (existing in imagination) :: imaginário
imaginary {adj} (non-real part of a complex number) :: imaginário
imaginary number {n} (number of the form bi) :: número imaginário {m}, número puramente imaginário {m}
imagination {n} (image-making power of the mind) :: imaginação {f}
imagination {n} (construction of false images) :: imaginação {f}
imagination {n} (a mental image) :: imaginação {f}
imaginative {adj} (having a lively imagination) :: imaginativo {m}
imagine {v} ((transitive) to form a mental image of something) :: imaginar
imagine {v} ((transitive) to believe) :: imaginar
imagine {v} ((transitive) to assume) :: crer, achar, pensar
imagine {v} ((intransitive) to use one's imagination) :: fantasiar
I'm a girl {phrase} (I'm a girl) :: eu sou mulher {f}
I'm agnostic {phrase} (I'm agnostic) :: eu sou agnóstico {m}, eu sou agnóstica {f}
I'm a guy {phrase} (I'm a guy) :: eu sou homem {m}
I'm allergic to aspirin {phrase} (I'm allergic to aspirin) :: eu sou alérgico a aspirina
I'm allergic to penicillin {phrase} (I'm allergic to penicillin) :: eu sou alérgico a penicilina
I'm allergic to pollen {phrase} (I'm allergic to pollen) :: eu sou alérgico a pólen {m}, eu sou alérgica a pólen {f}
imam {n} (Muslim leader) :: imã {m}, imame {m}
imamate {n} (office or jurisdiction of an imam) :: imamato {m}
I'm a Muslim {phrase} (I'm a Muslim) :: eu sou muçulmano {m}, eu sou muçulmana {f}, sou muçulmano {m}, sou muçulmana {f}
I'm an atheist {phrase} (I'm an atheist) :: eu sou ateu {m}, eu sou ateia {f}, eu sou ateista, sou ateu {m}, sou ateia {f}, sou ateista
I'm a Protestant {phrase} (I'm a Protestant) :: eu sou protestante
I'm asexual {phrase} (I'm asexual) :: eu sou asexual
I'm ashamed {phrase} (I'm ashamed) :: tenho vergonha, estou envergonhado/avergonhado
I'm a vegetarian {phrase} (I'm vegetarian) :: sou vegetariano {m}, sou vegetariana {f}
imbalance {n} (property of not being in balance) :: desequilíbrio {m}
imbecile {n} (person with limited mental capacity) :: imbecil {m} {f}
imbecile {n} (fool) :: imbecil {m} {f}
imbibe {v} (drink) :: beber
imbibe {v} (take in) :: embeber
I'm bisexual {phrase} (I'm bisexual) :: sou bissexual, eu sou bissexual
I'm bleeding {phrase} (I'm bleeding) :: eu estou sangrando
I'm blind {phrase} (I'm blind) :: eu sou cego {m}, eu sou cega {f}
imbroglio {n} (complicated situation, entanglement) :: imbróglio {m}
imbue {v} (to wet or stain completely) :: imbuir
imbue {v} (to permeate or impregnate completely) :: imbuir, impregnar
I'm busy {phrase} (I'm busy) :: eu estou ocupado {m}, eu estou ocupada {f}, estou ocupado {m}, estou ocupada {f}
I'm cold {phrase} (I'm cold) :: estou com frio, tenho frio, sinto frio
I'm deaf {phrase} (I'm deaf) :: sou surdo {m}, sou surda {f}, eu sou surdo, eu sou surda
I'm divorced {phrase} (I'm divorced) :: sou divorciado {m}, sou divorciada {f}
I'm dying {phrase} (I'm dying) :: estou morrendo
IMF {prop} (International Monetary Fund) :: FMI {m}
I'm fine {phrase} (response) :: estou bem
I'm fine, thank you {phrase} (expected, polite response to How are you?) :: eu vou bem, obrigado (in response to como vai você?)
I'm gay {phrase} (I'm gay) :: eu sou homossexual, sou homossexual, eu sou gay {m}, sou gay {m}, eu sou lésbica {f}, sou lésbica {f}
IMHO {phrase} (in my humble opinion) :: EMHO , NMHO
I'm hot {phrase} (I'm hot) :: estou com calor
I'm hungry {phrase} (I'm hungry) :: eu estou com fome, eu estou faminto {m}
I'm in love with you {phrase} (declaration of romantic feeling) :: eu estou apaixonado por você [male speaker], eu estou apaixonada por você [female speaker]
I miss you {phrase} (I miss you) :: sinto sua falta, sinto saudade de você, tenho saudades de você
imitate {v} (to follow as a model) :: imitar
imitation {n} (act of imitating) :: imitação {f}, arremedo {m}
imitation {n} (copy) :: imitação {f}
I'm Jewish {phrase} (I'm Jewish (ethnic)) :: eu sou judeu {m}, eu sou judia {f}, sou judeu {m}, sou judia {f}
I'm Jewish {phrase} (I'm Jewish (religious)) :: eu sou judeu {m}, eu sou judia {f}, sou judeu {m}, sou judia {f}
I'm looking for a job {phrase} (I'm looking for a job) :: procuro trabalho, procuro emprego
I'm lost {phrase} (I'm lost) :: eu estou perdido {m}, eu estou perdida {f}, eu me perdi
immaculate {adj} (having no stain or blemish, spotless, undefiled, clear, pure) :: imaculado
Immaculate Conception {prop} (doctrine) :: imaculada conceição
Immanuel {prop} (male given name) SEE: Emmanuel ::
Immanuel {prop} (figure whose birth is foretold) :: Emanuel {m}
Immanuel {prop} (this figure, regarded as Christ) :: Emanuel {m}
I'm married {phrase} (I'm married) :: eu sou casado {m}, eu sou casada {f}, sou casado {m}, sou casada {f}
immaterial {adj} (having no matter or substance) :: imaterial
immature {adj} (not fully formed) :: imaturo
immature {adj} (childish) :: imaturo, infantil
immediate {adj} (without delay) :: imediato
immediate {adj} (very close) :: imediato
immediately {adv} (in an immediate manner) :: imediatamente
immemorable {adj} (that cannot be remembered) :: imemorável
immense {adj} (huge, gigantic, very large) :: imenso, enorme
immense {adj} (supremely good) :: maravilhoso, ótimo
immensely {adv} (hugely; extremely; vastly) :: imensamente
immensity {n} (the state or characteristic of being immense) :: imensidade {f}
immerse {v} (to put under the surface of a liquid) :: imergir, submergir
immersed {adj} (under the surface) :: imerso
immersion {n} (the act of immersing or the condition of being immersed) :: imersão
immersion {n} (in mathematics) :: imersão {f}
immigrant {n} (person who comes to a country to settle) :: imigrante {m} {f}
immigrate {v} (to move in from another country or area) :: imigrar
immigration {n} (the act of immigrating) :: imigração {f}
imminent {adj} (about to happen, occur, or take place very soon) :: iminente
immobile {adj} (not mobile) :: imóvel
immobilize {v} (render motionless) :: imobilizar
immodest {adj} (lacking modesty) :: imodesto
immolate {v} (kill as sacrifice) :: sacrificar, imolar
immolate {v} (destroy) :: imolar
immoral {adj} (not moral) :: imoral
immoralism {n} (rejection of moral principles) :: imoralismo
immoralist {n} (an advocate of immorality) :: imoralista
immorality {n} (state or quality of being immoral) :: imoralidade {f}
immortal {adj} (not susceptible to death) :: imortal
immortal {n} (one that is not susceptible to death) :: imortal {m} {f}
immortality {n} (condition of not being susceptible to death) :: imortalidade {f}
immovable property {n} (real estate) SEE: real estate ::
immune {adj} (exempt from inclusion) :: imune {m} {f}, isento {m}
immune {adj} (protected due to innate resistance to pathogens) :: imune {m} {f}
immune {adj} (of or pertaining to the immune system) :: imunológico {m}
immune system {n} (system that protects the body from foreign material and organisms) :: sistema imunológico {m}
immunity {n} (the quality of being resistant to infection) :: imunidade
immunization {n} (process of immunization) :: imunização {f}
immunization {n} (an instance of immunization) :: imunização {f}
immunize {v} (to make someone or something immune to something) :: imunizar
immuno- {prefix} (relating to the immune system) :: imuno-
immunodeficiency {n} (A depletion in the body's natural immune system) :: imunodeficiência {f}
immunoglobulin {n} (glycoprotein protecting the host) :: imunoglobulina {f}
immunology {n} (branch of medicine) :: imunologia
immure {v} (to lock up behind walls) :: emparedar
immure {v} (to put or bury within a wall) :: emparedar
immutable {adj} (unable to be changed without exception) :: imutável
I'm mute {phrase} (I'm mute) :: eu sou mudo {m}, eu sou muda {f}
I'm not interested {phrase} (I'm not interested) :: não tenho interesse, não estou interessado {m}
I'm not religious {phrase} (I'm not religious) :: não sou religioso
imp {n} (demonic creature) :: diabrete {m}
imp {n} (mischievous child) :: diabrete {m}, pivete {m} {f}, pirralho {m}
impact {n} (the force or energy of a collision of two objects) :: impacto {m}
impact {n} (a forced impinging) :: impacto {m}
impact {n} (a significant or strong influence) :: impacto {m}
impactful {adj} (having impact) :: impactante
impair {v} (have a diminishing effect on) :: prejudicar, enfraquecer, diminuir, empiorar, piorar
impala {n} (African antelope) :: impala {m} {f}
impale {v} (put to death by piercing with a pale) :: empalar
impart {v} (communicate the knowledge of) :: comunicar, passar
impartial {adj} (treating all parties, rivals or disputants equally) :: imparcial
impartially {adv} (in an impartial manner) :: imparcialmente
impasse {n} (deadlock or stalemate situation) :: impasse {m}
impasse {n} (road with no exit) SEE: dead end ::
impassive {adj} (Having, or revealing, no emotion) :: impassível
impatience {n} (quality of being impatient) :: impaciência {f}
impatient {adj} (restless and intolerant of delays) :: impaciente
impatient {adj} (anxious and eager) :: ansioso
impatiently {adv} (without patience) :: impacientemente
impeach {v} (to bring legal proceeding against public official) :: impugnar
impeachment {n} (act of impeaching or charging a public official with misconduct) :: destituição {f}, impugnação {f}
impedance {n} (physics, measure of opposition to flow of current) :: impedância {f}
impede {v} (to get in the way of; to hinder) :: impedir
impediment {n} (hindrance; that which impedes progress) :: impedimento {m}
impel {v} (To urge a person; to press on; to incite to action or motion via intrinsic motivation) :: impelir
impending {adj} (about to happen) :: iminente
imperative {adj} (essential) :: essencial, imperativo
imperative {adj} (grammar: of, or relating to the imperative mood) :: imperativo
imperative {n} (essential action) :: necessidade {f}
imperative {n} (imperative mood) SEE: imperative mood ::
imperative mood {n} (imperative mood) :: imperativo {m}
imperfect {adj} (not perfect) :: imperfeito
imperfect {n} (past tense) :: imperfeito {m}
imperfect {adj} (unisexual) SEE: unisexual ::
imperfection {n} (state of being imperfect) :: imperfeição {f}
imperfection {n} (something that makes something else less than perfect) :: imperfeição {f}
imperfective {adj} (related to the imperfective aspect) :: imperfectivo
imperfective {n} (imperfective aspect) :: imperfectivo {m}
imperfective aspect {n} (grammatical term) :: imperfectivo {m}
imperial {adj} (related to an empire) :: imperial
imperial {adj} (related to the British measurement system) :: imperial
imperialism {n} (the policy of extending power, by force) :: imperialismo {m}
imperially {adv} (in an imperial manner) :: imperialmente
imperious {adj} (domineering, overbearing) :: imperioso
imperious {adj} (imperial or regal) :: imperial
imperium {n} (sovereignty) SEE: sovereignty ::
impermeable {adj} (impossible to permeate) :: impermeável
impermeable {adj} (not allowing passage of liquids) :: impermeável
impersonal {adj} (lacking warmth or emotion) :: impessoal
impersonally {adv} (in an impersonal manner) :: impessoalmente
impertinence {n} (Lack of pertinence; irrelevance) :: impertinência {f}
impertinent {adj} (insolent, ill-mannered) :: impertinente
impervious {adj} (unaffected or unable to be affected by) :: impérvio
impervious {adj} (preventative of any penetration; impenetrable, impermeable) :: impenetrável, impérvio
impervious {adj} (immune to damage or effect) :: impérvio
impetigo {n} (contagious bacterial skin disease) :: impetigo {m}
impetrate {v} (to procure upon request) :: impetrar
impetuous {adj} (describing one who makes arbitrary decisions) :: impetuoso
impetuous {adj} (characterized by sudden and violent force) :: impetuoso, brusco
impetus {n} (a force, either internal or external, that impels; an impulse) :: ímpeto {m}
impetus {n} (the force or energy associated with a moving body; a stimulus) :: impulso
impi {n} (Zulu warrior) :: impi {m}
impious {adj} (not pious) :: ímpio
impious {adj} (lacking reverence or respect, especially towards a god) :: ímpio
impish {adj} (mischievous) :: levado, travesso
implacable {adj} (not able to be placated or appeased) :: implacável
implant {v} (fix firmly or set securely and deeply) :: fincar, implantar
implant {v} (insert (something) surgically into the body) :: implantar
implant {n} (anything surgically implanted in the body) :: implante {m}
implantation {n} (securing of a plant) :: plantação {f}, plantio {m}
implantation {n} (introduction of an idea) :: implantação {f}
implantation {n} (surgery: act of inserting an implant) :: implantação {f}
implantation {n} (embryology: attachment of fertilized ovum) :: implantação {f}, nidação
implantation {n} (physics: insertion of ions into crystal structure) :: implantação de íons {f}
implement {n} (a tool) :: implemento {m}, ferramenta {f}, instrumento {m}
implement {v} (bring about) :: implementar
implementation {n} (process of moving an idea from concept to reality) :: implementação {f}
implicate {v} (to connect or involve) :: implicar
implication {n} (logical consequence) :: implicação
implicature {n} (An implied meaning) :: implicatura {f}
implicit {adj} (implied indirectly) :: implícito
implicit {adj} (contained in the essential nature) :: intrínseco
implicit {adj} (unquestioning or unconditional) :: absoluto
implied {adj} (suggested without being stated directly) :: subentendido
implode {v} (to collapse or burst inward violently) :: implodir
implore {v} (to beg for) :: implorar
implosion {n} (action of imploding) :: implosão {f}
imply {v} (to have as a consequence) :: implicar
imply {v} (to express suggestively rather than as a direct statement) :: dar a entender, insinuar
impolite {adj} (not polite) :: indelicado, impolido {m}
import {n} (something brought in from a foreign country) :: importados {m-p}
import {n} (practice of importing) :: importação {f}
import {n} (significance, importance) :: importância {f}, significância {f}
import {v} (to bring in from a foreign country) :: importar
importance {n} (quality or condition of being important or worthy of note) :: importância {f}
importance {n} (significance or prominence) :: importância {f}
importance {n} (personal status or standing) :: status {m}
important {adj} (having relevant and crucial value) :: importante
importantness {n} (importance) SEE: importance ::
importer {n} (a person or company who imports goods into a country) :: importador {m} [person], importadora {m} {f} [person or company]
importunate {v} (to obtain by importunity) :: importunar
importune {v} (to harass with persistent requests) :: importunar, incomodar
impose {v} (to establish or apply by authority) :: impor
impose {v} (to be an inconvenience) :: abusar
imposing {adj} (magnificent and impressive because of appearance, size, stateliness or dignity) :: imponente
impossibility {n} (The quality of being impossible) :: impossibilidade {f}
impossible {adj} (not able to be done) :: impossível
impossible {adj} (very difficult to deal with) :: impossível, insuportável
impossible {adj} (never happening) :: impossível
impossibly {adv} (in an impossible manner) :: impossivelmente
impossibly {adv} (to the point of impossibility) :: impossivelmente
impossibly {adv} (contrary to what was thought possible) :: impossivelmente
impostor {n} (someone who uses assumed identity) :: impostor {m}, impostora {f}
impostor syndrome {n} (psychological phenomenon in which a person is unable to internalize accomplishments) :: síndrome do impostor {f}, síndrome da fraude {f}, fenómeno do impostor {m}
impotence {n} (powerlessness) :: impotência {f}
impoverish {v} (to make poor) :: empobrecer
impoverish {v} (to become poor) :: empobrecer
impoverished {adj} (with no possessions or money) SEE: poor ::
impoverished {adj} (Reduced to poverty) :: empobrecido
impractical {adj} (not practical) :: impraticável
imprecision {n} (lack of precision) :: imprecisão {f}
I'm pregnant {phrase} (I'm pregnant) :: estou grávida
impregnate {v} (to cause to become pregnant) :: emprenhar, engravidar, fertilizar
impregnate {v} (to saturate, to infuse) :: impregnar
impregnate {v} (to fill pores or spaces with a substance) :: impregnar, permear
impregnate {v} :: emprenhar
impregnate {v} (to add nutrients) SEE: fertilize ::
impresario {n} (a manager or producer in the entertainment industry) :: empresário teatral {m}
impress {v} ((transitive) affect (someone) strongly and often favourably) :: impressionar
impress {v} ((intransitive) make an impression) :: impressionar
impress {v} (produce a vivid impression of) :: impressionar
impress {v} (mark or stamp (something) using pressure) :: imprimir
impressed {adj} (strongly affected, especially favourably) :: impressionado
impression {n} (indentation or depression made by pressure) :: impressão {f}
impression {n} (overall effect of something) :: impressão {f}
impression {n} (impersonation) :: imitação {f}
impression {n} (outward appearance) :: impressão {f}
impressionable {adj} (easily influenced) :: impressionável
impressionism {n} (movement in art) :: impressionismo {m}
impressionist {n} (One who adheres to impressionism) :: impressionista {m} {f}
impressionistic {adj} (relating to impressionism) :: impressionista
impressive {adj} (making, or tending to make, an impression; having power to impress) :: impressionante
impressively {adv} (in an impressive manner) :: impressionantemente
imprison {v} (put in prison) :: aprisionar, prender, encarcerar
imprisonment {n} (confinement) :: aprisionamento {m}
impromptu {adj} (improvised) :: improvisado
impromptu {n} (short composition) :: improviso {m}
improper {adj} (unsuitable to needs or circumstances) :: impróprio
improper {adj} (not in keeping with conventional mores or good manners) :: impróprio, indecente, indecoroso
improper {adj} (Not according to facts) :: impróprio, incorreto
improper {adj} (Not consistent with established facts) :: impróprio, incorreto
improper {adj} (Not properly named) :: impróprio
improve {v} (to make something better) :: melhorar
improve {v} (to become better) :: melhorar
improved {adj} (that has been made better) :: melhorado
improvement {n} (act of improving) :: melhora, melhoramento, melhoria
improvisation {n} (that which is improvised; an impromptu) :: improviso
improvise {v} (to make something up as one goes on) :: improvisar
improvised explosive device {n} (explosive weapon, see also: IED) :: artefato explosivo improvisado {m}
imprudence {n} (quality or state of being imprudent) :: imprudência {f}
imprudence {n} (imprudent act) :: imprudência {f}
imprudent {adj} (not prudent; wanting in prudence or discretion; indiscreet; injudicious; not attentive to consequence; improper) :: imprudente
imprudently {adv} (without prudence) :: imprudentemente
impudence {n} (quality of being impudent) :: impudência {f}
impudence {n} (impudent language, conduct or behavior) :: impudência {f}
impudent {adj} (Not showing due respect; impertinent; bold-faced) :: impudente, insolente, descarado
impudently {adv} (shamelessly) SEE: shamelessly ::
impulse {n} (sudden force that impels) :: impulso {m}
impulse response {n} (output from a brief input signal) :: resposta ao impulso {f}
impulsive {adj} (having the power of driving or impelling; giving an impulse; moving; impellent) :: impulsivo, impelente, impulsor
impulsive {adj} (actuated by impulse or by transient feelings) :: impulsivo
impulsive {adj} (highly reactive; inclined to make rapid decisions without due consideration) :: impulsivo
impunity {n} (exemption from punishment) :: impunidade {f}
impunity {n} (freedom from punishment or retribution; security from any reprisal or injurious consequences of an action, behaviour etc.) :: impunidade {f}, imunidade {f}
impure {adj} (impure) :: impuro
impurity {n} (the condition of being impure) :: impuridade {f}, impureza {f}
impurity {n} (a component or additive that renders something else impure) :: impureza {f}, impuridade {f}
impurity {n} (a state of immorality) :: impureza {f}, impudor {m}
imputation {n} (act of imputing) :: imputação {f}
imputation {n} (that which has been imputed) :: imputação {f}
impute {v} (to attribute to a cause or source) :: imputar
impute {v} (to ascribe sin or righteousness) :: imputar
impute {v} (to attribute or credit to) :: imputar
I'm scared {phrase} (I'm scared) :: estou com medo, [Brazil, colloquial] tô com medo
I'm sick {phrase} (I'm sick/ill) :: eu estou doente
I'm single {phrase} (I'm single) :: estou solteiro {m}, estou solteira {f}
I'm sorry {phrase} (I'm sorry) :: sinto muito, perdão, desculpa
I'm straight {phrase} (I'm straight) :: sou hétero, sou heterossexual, eu sou hétero, eu sou heterossexual
I'm thirsty {phrase} (I need a drink) :: eu tenho sede, tenho sede
I'm tired {phrase} (I am tired (in need of rest or sleep)) :: estou cansado {m}, estou cansada {f}
I'm twenty years old {phrase} (I am twenty years old) :: tenho vinte anos de idade, tenho vinte anos, eu tenho vinte anos de idade, eu tenho vinte anos
I must go {phrase} (I must go) :: preciso ir
I'm worried {phrase} (I'm worried) :: eu estou preocupado {m}, eu estou preocupada {f}
I'm ... year(s) old {phrase} (I am ... year(s) old) :: eu tenho ... anos
in {prep} (contained by) :: em
in {prep} (surrounded by) :: em
in {prep} (part, member of) :: em
in {prep} (pertaining to) :: em
in {prep} (after a period of time) :: em
in {prep} (by the virtue of) :: ao
in {prep} (into) :: em
in {prep} (during) :: em
in {prep} (language, script, or tone) :: em
in {adv} (indoors; at home or the office and available for conversation) :: dentro
in {adv} (moving to the interior) :: para dentro
in- {prefix} (in, into, towards) :: em-, in-
in- {prefix} (reversal of meaning) :: in-
-in' {suffix} (-ing) SEE: -ing ::
inability {n} (lack of the ability to do something; incapability) :: inabilidade {f}, incapacidade {f}
inacceptable {adj} (unacceptable) SEE: unacceptable ::
inaccessible {adj} (not able to be accessed; out of reach; inconvenient) :: inacessível
inaccessible {adj} (not able to be reached; unattainable) :: inacessível
inaccuracy {n} (lack of accuracy) :: inexatidão {f}
inaccuracy {n} (inaccurate statement) :: inexatidão {f}
inaccuracy {n} (incorrect calibration of a measuring device, or incorrect use; lack of precision) :: imprecisão {f}
inaction {n} (want of action or activity) :: inação {f}
inactive {adj} (Not active, temporarily or permanently) :: inativo
in addition {adv} (also; as well) :: além disso, ademais
inadequate {adj} (Not adequate) :: inadequado
in advance {prep} (in advance) SEE: beforehand ::
inadvertent {adj} (not intentional) :: inadvertido
inadvertently {adv} (unintentionally) :: sem querer
inadvisable {adj} (not advisable) :: desaconselhável {m} {f}
inalienable {adj} (incapable of being alienated, surrendered, or transferred to another; not alienable) :: inalienável
inalienable {adj} (grammar: of a noun class belonging to a special class) :: inalienável
inalterability {n} (unalterableness) SEE: unalterableness ::
inamrinone {n} (drug) :: anrinona {f}, amrinona {f}
inane {adj} (lacking sense or meaning) :: inane, vão, vazio, fútil
inanition {n} (A state of advanced lack of adequate nutrition, food or water, or a physiological inability to utilize them; starvation) :: inanição {f}
in a nutshell {adv} (in summary) :: em poucas palavras
in any case {adv} (at any rate) :: de todo modo, de qualquer forma, seja como for, em todo caso
in a pinch {prep} (in a difficult situation) :: em caso de emergência
inappropriate {adj} (not appropriate or suitable) :: inapropriado {m}
inappropriately {adv} (in an inappropriate manner) :: inapropriadamente
Inari {prop} (lake) :: Inari {m}
Inari {prop} (municipality and village) :: Inari {f}
in a row {prep} (successively) :: seguido, em sequência, sucessivamente, consecutivamente, um atrás do outro
inasmuch as {conj} (since) :: já que
inasmuch as {conj} (to the extent that) :: no que, quando
inattention {n} (failure of courtesy) :: descortesia {f}
inaudible {adj} (unable to be heard) :: inaudível
inaudibly {adv} (in context of not being heard) :: inaudivelmente
inaugurate {v} (to dedicate ceremoniously) :: inaugurar
inauguration {n} (act of inaugurating) :: inauguração {f}
inauguration {n} (formal beginning) :: tomada de posse {f}, entrância {f}
in a way {prep} (to a certain degree, or in a certain sense) :: de certa forma
in a word {prep} (briefly, concisely) :: numa palavra
inbalance {n} (imbalance) SEE: imbalance ::
in between {prep} (between) :: entre
in-box {n} (electronic folder) :: caixa de entrada {f}
in broad daylight {prep} (in ample natural illumination) :: à luz do dia
in broad daylight {prep} (in blatant and visible manner) :: em plena luz do dia
incalculable {adj} (very great or numerous) :: incalculável
incalculable {adj} (impossible to calculate) :: incalculável
incalculably {adv} (in an incalculable manner) :: incalculavelmente
Incan {adj} :: incaico
incandescent {n} (incandescent lamp) SEE: light bulb ::
incandescent {adj} (remitting light as result of heating) :: incandescente
incandescent {adj} (showing intense emotion) :: incandescente
incandescent lamp {n} (a type of lamp) :: lâmpada incandescente
incantation {n} (formula) :: feitiço {m}
incapable {adj} (not being capable) :: incapaz
incapacity {n} (lack of a capacity) :: incapacidade {f}
incarcerate {v} (to lock away in prison) :: prender, encarcerar, aprisionar
incarceration {n} (act of confining, or the state of being confined; imprisonment) :: encarceramento {m}
incarnate {adj} (flesh-colored) SEE: crimson ::
incarnate {v} (to embody in flesh) :: encarnar
incarnate {v} (to represent in a concrete form) :: encarnar
incarnation {n} (incarnate being or form) :: encarnação
in case {conj} (Because event X might occur) :: caso, no caso de
in case of {prep} (in the event of) :: caso
incautious {adj} (careless, reckless, not exercising proper caution) :: incauto
incendiary {adj} (capable of causing fire) :: incendiário
incendiary {adj} (inflammatory, emotionally charged) :: inflamado, acalorado
incense {n} (A perfume often used in the rites of various religions) :: incenso {m}
incentive {n} (something that motivates) :: incentivo {m}, motivação {f}
incentive {n} (cash bonus) :: incentivo {m}
inception {n} (the creation or beginning of something) :: conceção {f}, concepção {f}
incessant {adj} (without pause or stop; not ending) :: incessante
incessantly {adv} (in a manner without pause or stop) :: incessantemente
incest {n} (sexual relations between close relatives) :: incesto {m}
inch {n} (unit of length) :: polegada {f}
inch {n} (unspecified but very short distance) :: polegada {f}
inch {v} (to move very slowly) :: movimentar-se pouco a pouco OR movimentar-se aos poucos
in charge {adj} (having responsibility) :: incumbido {m}
inchworm {n} (measuring worm) SEE: measuring worm ::
incident {n} (event or occurrence) :: incidente
incidental {adj} (loosely associated; existing as a byproduct, tangent, or accident; being a likely consequence) :: incidental
incidentally {adv} (In an incidental manner) :: incidentalmente
incidentally {adv} (Without looking for sth/sb) :: acidentalmente
incinerate {v} (destroy by burning) :: incinerar
incipient {adj} (beginning, starting) :: incipiente
incircle {n} (the circle within a polygon that is tangent to each side) :: círculo inscrito {m}
incision {n} (cut) :: incisão {f}
incisor {n} (tooth) :: incisivo {m}
incite {v} (to rouse, stir up or excite) :: incitar, provocar
inciter {n} (one who incites) :: incitador {m}
inclination {n} (physical tilt or bend) :: inclinação {f}
inclination {n} (slant or slope) :: inclinação {f}
inclination {n} (mental tendency) :: inclinação {f}
inclination {n} (geometry: angle of intersection) :: inclinação {f}
incline {v} (bend (something) out of a given plane or direction) :: inclinar
incline {v} (slope) :: inclinar
incline {v} (to tend to do or believe something) :: tender
include {v} (to bring into as a part or member) :: incluir
include {v} (to contain, as part of a whole) :: incluir
including {prep} (Such as, among which) :: incluindo
inclusion {n} (addition or annex to a group, set or total) :: inclusão {f}
inclusion {n} (act of including, i.e. adding or annexing, (something) to a group, set or total) :: inclusão {f}
inclusion {n} (aggregate of stainable substances) :: inclusão
incognito {adj} (Without being known; in disguise; in an assumed character, or under an assumed title) :: incógnito
incognito {adv} (without revealing one's identity) :: incognitamente
incoherent {adj} (lacking coherence, inconsistent) :: incoerente
incoherent {adj} (not physically coherent) :: incoerente
in cold blood {prep} (in a ruthless and unfeeling manner) :: a sangue frio
income {n} (Money one earns by working or by capitalising on the work of others) :: renda {f}, rendimento {m}
income statement {n} (financial statement of net income) :: demonstração do resultado do exercício {f}
income tax {n} (tax levied on income) :: imposto de renda {m}
incoming {adj} (succeeding to an office) :: entrante
in common {prep} (shared with others) :: em comum
incomparable {adj} (beyond comparison) :: incomparável {m} {f}
incomparable {adj} (not able to be compared) SEE: uncomparable ::
incompatibility {n} (the quality or state of being incompatible) :: incompatibilidade {f}
incompatible {adj} (impossible to coexist; irreconcilable) :: incompatível
incompetent {adj} (unskilled, lacking normally expected degree of ability) :: incompetente
incomplete {adj} (not complete) :: incompleto
incompletely {adv} (in an incomplete manner) :: incompletamente
incompleteness {n} (incomplete state or condition) :: incompletude {f}
incomprehensible {adj} (impossible or very difficult to understand) :: incompreensível
inconceivable {adj} (unable to be conceived, unbelievable) :: inconcebível
inconducive {adj} (unconducive) SEE: unconducive ::
incongruous {adj} (not matching) :: incongruente
incongruously {adv} (in an incongruous manner) :: de forma incongruente, incongruentemente
inconsistency {n} (state of being inconsistent) :: inconsistência {f}
inconsistent {adj} (not consistent) :: inconsistente
inconstancy {n} (lack of constancy) :: inconstância {f}
inconstant {adj} (not constant) :: inconstante
incontinence {n} (lack of self-restraint) :: incontinência {f}
incontinence {n} (inability to restrain discharge) :: incontinência {f}
incontrovertibly {adv} (in incontrovertible manner) :: indiscutivelmente
inconvenience {n} (something inconvenient or bothering) :: inconveniência {f}, incómodo {m} [Portugal], incômodo {m} [Brazil]
inconvenient {adj} (not convenient) :: inconveniente
incorporate {v} (include as a part or ingredient) :: incorporar
incorporate {v} (mix, blend) :: incorporar
incorporate {v} (admit as a member of a company) :: incorporar
incorporate {v} (form into a legal company) :: incorporar
incorporeal {adj} (having no material form or physical substance) :: incorpóreo {m}
incorrect {adj} (erroneous) :: incorreto
incorrectly {adv} (in an incorrect manner) :: incorretamente
incorrectness {n} (the condition of being incorrect) :: incorreção {f}
increasable {adj} (able to be increased) :: aumentável
increase {v} (become larger) :: aumentar, crescer, subir [of values]
increase {v} (make larger) :: aumentar
increase {n} (increased amount) :: acréscimo {m}, aumento {m}
increase {n} (act of becoming larger) :: aumento {m}
incredible {adj} (too implausible to be credible) :: inacreditável, incrível
incredible {adj} (amazing) :: incrível
incredible {adj} (marvellous) :: incrível
incredulity {n} (unwillingness to believe; doubt about the truth of something) :: incredulidade {f}
incredulity {n} (religious disbelief) :: incredulidade {f}
incredulousness {n} (incredulity) SEE: incredulity ::
incriminate {v} (to accuse or bring criminal charges against) :: incriminar
incriminate {v} (to indicate the guilt of) :: incriminar
incruental {adj} (bloodless) SEE: bloodless ::
incubate {v} (To brood, raise, or maintain eggs, organisms, or living tissue) :: incubar
incubation {n} (development of a disease from its causes, or its period of incubation) :: incubação
incubator {n} (chemistry: apparatus used to maintain environmental conditions suitable for a reaction) :: incubadora {f}
incubator {n} (apparatus used to maintain environmental conditions suitable for a newborn baby) :: incubadora {f}
incubator {n} (apparatus used to maintain environmental conditions suitable for the hatching of eggs) :: incubadora {f}, incubadeira {f}, chocadeira {f}
incubus {n} (an evil spirit) :: íncubo
incubus {n} (a nightmare) :: pesadelo {m}, íncubo {m}
inculcate {v} (teach by repeated instruction) :: inculcar
incumbent {adj} (imposed on someone as an obligation, especially due to one's office) :: incumbente
incumbent {adj} (being the current holder of an office) :: titular {mf}
incumbent {n} (current holder of an office) :: titular {mf}
incunabulum {n} (book, single sheet, or image that was printed before the year 1501 in Europe) :: incunábulo {m}
incurable {adj} (unable to be cured) :: incurável
incus {n} (anvil) SEE: anvil ::
indebted {adj} (obligated to someone) :: endividado
indecency {n} (lack of decency) :: indecência {f}
indecency {n} (something showing lack of decency) :: indecência {f}
indecent {adj} (offensive to good taste) :: indecente
indecent {adj} (not in keeping with conventional moral values) :: indecente
indecipherable {adj} (not decipherable) :: indecifrável
indecision {n} (inability to decide on a course of action) :: indecisão {f}
indecisive {adj} (not decisive) :: indeciso
indecisive {adj} (inconclusive or uncertain) :: indeciso
indecisiveness {n} (condition of being indecisive) SEE: indecision ::
indeclinable {adj} (not declinable) :: invariável, indeclinável
indeed {adv} (modal: truly; in fact; actually) :: de fato, realmente
indeed {adv} (degree: in fact) :: realmente
indeed {interj} (indication of agreement) :: de fato, sem dúvida
indefatigable {adj} (extremely persistent and untiring) :: infatigável
indefinite article {n} (word preceding a noun to indicate any member of the class of objects) :: artigo indefinido {m}
indefinite integral {n} (antiderivative) :: integral indefinida
indefinite pronoun {n} (Pronoun not specifying the identity of its referent) :: pronome indefinido {n}
indelible {adj} (difficult to delete, remove or wash away) :: indelével, inextinguível
indelible {adj} (incapable of being canceled or forgotten) :: indelével, inesquecível
indelible {adj} (incapable of being annulled) :: indelével, inanulável
in demand {adj} (sought-after) :: em demanda
indemnification {n} ((law) indemnity) SEE: indemnity ::
indemnify {v} (To save harmless; to secure against loss or damage; to insure) :: proteger, assegurar
indemnify {v} (To make restitution or compensation for) :: indenizar
indemnity {n} (obligation or duty) :: indenidade {f}
indemnity {n} (repayment) :: indenização {f}, indenidade {f}
indent {v} (typography: to begin a line or lines at a greater or less distance from the margin) :: indentar
indentation {n} (act of beginning a line at a distance from the flush line) :: indentação {f}
independence {n} (state or quality of being independent) :: independência {f}
independence {n} (state of having sufficient means for a comfortable livelihood) :: independência {f}
Independence Day {n} (annual celebration) :: dia da independência {m}
Independence Day {prop} (holiday) :: Dia da Independência {m}
independent {adj} (not dependent; not contingent or depending on something else; free) :: independente
independent {adj} (not aligned with any political party) :: independente
independent {n} (a candidate or voter not affiliated with any political party) :: independente {m} {f}, candidato/eleitor independente {m}
independent clause {n} (grammar: clause that can stand alone) SEE: main clause ::
independently {adv} (in an independent manner) :: independentemente
independent variable {n} (independent variable) :: variável independente
in depth {prep} (thorough, comprehensive) SEE: in-depth ::
in-depth {adj} (thorough, comprehensive) :: aprofundado
indescribable {adj} (impossible, or very difficult to describe) :: indescritível
indescribable {adj} (exceeding all description) :: indescritível
indestructible {adj} (not destructible) :: indestrutível
in detail {adv} (with all particulars) :: em detalhes, detalhadamente
indeterminable {adj} (incapable of being measured) :: imensurável
indeterminable {adj} (incapable of being ascertained) :: indeterminável, indefinível
index {n} (alphabetical listing) :: índice {m}
index {v} (to arrange an index) :: indexar
index {n} (index finger) SEE: forefinger ::
index {v} (to take stock) SEE: inventory ::
index card {n} (piece of heavy paper stock used to record information to be stored in an index) :: ficha {f}
index finger {n} (index finger) SEE: forefinger ::
India {prop} (the country) :: Índia {f}
India {prop} (Bharat) SEE: Bharat ::
Indian {adj} (of or pertaining to India) :: indiano, hindu
Indian {adj} (of, or related to, the aboriginal people of the Americas) :: índio, indígena
Indian {n} (a person from India) :: hindu, indiano
Indian {n} (individual of, or related to, the aboriginal people of the Americas) :: índio {m}, índia {f}, ameríndio {m}, ameríndia {f}, indígena {m} {f}
Indiana {prop} (A state in the Midwest of US) :: Indiana {f}
Indianapolis {prop} (capital of the State of Indiana, USA) :: Indianápolis {f}
Indian English {n} (Indian dialect of English) :: inglês indiano
Indian fig {n} (prickly pear) SEE: prickly pear ::
Indianism {n} (idealized portrayal) :: indianismo {m}
Indian mulberry {n} (Morinda citrifolia) :: morinda {f}
Indian myna {n} :: mainá-indiano {m}
Indian Ocean {prop} (the ocean separating Africa, southern Asia, Australia and Antarctica) :: oceano Índico {m}
Indian summer {n} (stretch of warm days in autumn) :: veranico {m}, verão de São Martinho {m}
indicate {v} (to point out; to discover; to direct to a knowledge of; to show; to make known) :: indicar
indicative {adj} (serving as a sign) :: indicativo, indicador
indicative {adj} (of, or relating to the indicative mood) :: indicativo
indicative {n} (the indicative mood) :: indicativo {m}
indicative mood {n} (indicative mood) :: modo indicativo
indicator {n} (pointer) :: indicador {m}
indicator {n} (meter or gauge) :: indicador {m}
indicator {n} (needle or dial on a meter) :: ponteiro {m}
indicator {n} (chemical) :: indicador {m}
indicator {n} (economic measure) :: indicador {m}
indicator {n} (trafficator) :: seta {f}
indict {v} (to accuse of wrongdoing) :: acusar
indict {v} (to make a formal accusation or indictment) :: acusar
Indies {prop} (West Indies) SEE: West Indies ::
indifference {n} (the state of being indifferent) :: indiferença {f}
indifferent {adj} (not caring) :: indiferente
indifferentism {n} (the doctrine that all religions are equally valid) :: indiferentismo {m}
indifferentist {n} (an advocate of indifferentism) :: indiferentista {m} {f}
indigence {n} (poverty) :: indigência {f}
indigenous {adj} (born or engendered in, native to a land or region) :: indígena, nativo
indigenous {adj} (innate, inborn) :: nato
indigent {adj} (poor; destitute) :: indigente
indigent {n} (a person in need or in poverty) :: indigente {m} {f}
indigestion {n} (condition caused by eating too quickly) :: indigestão {f}
indign {adj} (disgraceful) SEE: disgraceful ::
indignant {adj} (angry, infuriated, mad, resentful) :: indignado
indignation {n} (anger aroused by some perceived offense or injustice) :: indignação {f}
indignation {n} (self-righteous anger or disgust) :: indignação {f}
indigo {n} (colour) :: anil {m}, índigo {m}
indigo {n} (dye) :: anil {m}, índigo {m}
indigo {adj} (colour) :: anil, índigo
indirect {adj} (not direct) :: indireto
indirect object {n} (grammatical term) :: objeto indireto {m}
indirect speech {n} (reported speech) SEE: reported speech ::
indiscreet {adj} (not discreet; wanting in discretion) :: indiscreto, imprudente
indispensable {adj} (not dispensable) :: indispensável
indispensable {adj} (not subject to exemption) :: indispensável
indispensable {adj} (absolutely necessary) :: indispensável, imprescindível
indisposition {n} (mild illness) :: indisposição {f}
indistinct {adj} (not clearly defined) :: indistinto
indistinctly {adv} (in an indistinct manner) :: indistintamente
indistinguishable {adj} (not distinguishable) :: indistinguível
indium {n} (metallic chemical element) :: índio {m}
individual {n} (person considered alone) :: indivíduo {m}
individual {n} (individual object as contrasted to a class) :: indivíduo {m}
individual {n} (element belonging to a population) :: indivíduo
individual {adj} (relating to a single person or thing) :: individual
individual {adj} (intended for a single person) :: individual
individualism {n} (tendency for a person to act without reference to others) :: individualismo {m}
individuality {n} (person) SEE: person ::
individuality {n} (characteristic of being individual) :: individualidade {f}
individually {adv} (separately, independently) :: individualmente
individualness {n} (individuality) SEE: individuality ::
indivisible {adj} (incapable of being divided) :: indivisível
Indochina {prop} (part of Southeast Asia) :: Indochina {f}
indoctrinate {v} (brainwash) SEE: brainwash ::
indoctrinate {v} (to teach with a biased or one-sided ideology) :: doutrinar, endoutrinar
indoctrination {n} (act of indoctrinating) :: doutrinação {f}
Indo-European {n} (member of Proto-Indo-European ethnolinguistic group) :: indo-europeu {m}
Indo-European {adj} (of or relating to languages originally spoken in Europe and Western Asia) :: indo-europeu
Indo-European {adj} (of or relating to hypothetical parent language of Indo-European language family, see also: Proto-Indo-European) :: indo-europeu
Indo-European {adj} (of or relating to hypothetical group of peoples having spread Indo-European languages) :: indo-europeu
Indo-European studies {n} (academic discipline) :: indo-europeística {f}
indolence {n} (Habitual laziness or sloth) :: indolência {f}
indolent {adj} (habitually lazy) :: indolente, vadio
indolent {adj} (inducing laziness) :: indolente
indomitability {n} (The quality of being indomitable) :: indomabilidade {f}
indomitable {adj} (incapable of being subdued, overcome, or vanquished) :: indómito [Portugal], indômito [Brazil], indomável
Indonesia {prop} (country) :: Indonésia {f}
Indonesian {adj} (referring to Indonesia) :: indonésio
Indonesian {n} (person) :: indonésio {m}
Indonesian {n} (language) :: indonésio {m}
Indra {prop} (Hindu god) :: Indra {m}
induce {v} (to cause; persuade; force) :: induzir
induced abortion {n} (procedure that terminates pregnancy by removing the fetus) SEE: abortion ::
inducible {adj} :: induzível
inductance {n} (property) :: indutância {f}
induction {n} (the development of a feature from part of a formerly homogenous field of cells) :: indução
indulge {v} (to yield to a temptation) :: ceder, sucumbir
indulge {v} (to satisfy the wishes or whims of) :: mimar
indulgence {n} (act of indulging) :: indulgência {f}
indulgence {n} (tolerance) :: indulgência {f}
indulgence {n} (indulgent act; favour granted; gratification) :: indulgência {f}
indulgence {n} (pardon or release from the expectation of punishment in purgatory) :: indulgência {f}, indulto {m}
indulgent {adj} (prone to indulge) :: indulgente
induration {n} (hardness) SEE: hardness ::
Indus {prop} (the river) :: Indo {m}
industrial {adj} (of or relating to industry) :: industrial
industrial {adj} ((of a society or country) having many industries) :: industrial
industrial espionage {n} (use of clandestine methods to acquire secret information for commercial advantage) :: espionagem industrial {f}
industrialist {n} (person involved in the ownership or management of an industrial enterprise) :: industrial {m} {f}
industrialization {n} (process of social and economic change) :: industrialização {f}
industrialize {v} (to develop industry) :: industrializar
Industrial Revolution {prop} (major technological change in the late 18th and early 19th century) :: Revolução Industrial {f}
industrious {adj} (hard-working and persistent) :: industrioso, trabalhador, esforçado, laborioso, diligente
industry {n} (tendency to work persistently) :: industriosidade {f}
industry {n} (businesses of the same type) :: indústria {f}
industry {n} (businesses that produce goods) :: indústria {f}
Indus Valley Civilization {prop} (ancient civilization) :: civilização do Vale do Indo {f}
indweller {n} (inhabitant) SEE: inhabitant ::
inebriation {n} (state or characteristic of drunkenness) :: embriaguez {f}, inebriamento {m}, inebriação {f}
inedible {adj} (not edible; not appropriate, worthy, or safe to eat) :: incomestível
I need ... {phrase} (I need ... (something)) :: preciso de ...
I need a guide {phrase} (I need a guide (a person who guides)) :: eu preciso de um guia, preciso de um guia
I need a guide {phrase} (I need a guide (a written guide)) :: eu preciso de um guia, preciso de um guia
ineffable {adj} (beyond expression) :: inefável, indescritível
in effigy {adj} (symbolizing) :: em efígie
inelegant {adj} (not elegant) :: inelegante
ineluctable {adj} (impossible to avoid or escape) :: inevitável
inept {adj} (not able to do something) :: inapto, incapaz, incompetente
inequality {n} (unfair, not equal, state) :: desigualdade
inequality {n} (statement that one quantity is less (or greater) than another) :: inequação {f}
inequation {n} (a statement that two expressions are not the same) SEE: inequality ::
inert {adj} (unable to move or act) :: inerte
inert gas {n} (noble gas) SEE: noble gas ::
inertia {n} (in physics) :: inércia
inertia {n} (unwillingness to take action) :: inércia
in essence {prep} (essentially) SEE: essentially ::
inessive {n} (inessive case) :: caso inessivo {m}
inessive case {n} (case used to indicate location inside something) SEE: inessive ::
inevitable {adj} (impossible to avoid or prevent) :: inevitável
inevitably {adv} (in a manner that this impossible to avoid) :: inevitavelmente
inexistent {adj} (nonexistent) SEE: nonexistent ::
inexorable {adj} (impossible to prevent or stop, see also: inevitable) :: inexorável, inevitável
inexorable {adj} (unable to be persuaded, see also: relentless) :: inexorável, inflexível, implacável
inexorably {adv} (in an inexorable manner; relentlessly) :: inexoravelmente
inexpensive {adj} (low in price) :: barato {m}, barata {f}
inexperienced {adj} (not experienced) :: inexperiente
inexplicable {adj} (impossible to explain) :: inexplicável
inexplicably {adv} (in an inexplicable manner) :: inexplicavelmente
inexpugnable {adj} (impregnable, unconquerable) :: inexpugnável
inextinguishable {adj} (incapable of being extinguished) :: inextinguível, inapagável
in extremis {prep} (at the point of death) :: in extremis
in extremis {prep} (in desperate circumstances) :: in extremis
Inez {prop} (female given name) :: Inês {f}
in fact {prep} (actually, in truth) :: na verdade
infallible {adj} (without fault or weakness; incapable of error or fallacy) :: infalível
infallibly {adv} (in an infallible manner) :: infalivelmente
infamous {adj} (having a bad reputation) :: infame {m} {f}
infamously {adv} (in an infamous manner) :: infamemente
infamy {n} (the state of being infamous) :: infâmia {f}
infant {n} (very young human being) :: infante {m} {f}
infant {n} (legal minor) :: menor {m} {f}
infanta {n} (Spanish daughter of a king) :: infanta {f}
infante {n} (son of the king of Spain or Portugal) :: infante {m}
infanteer {n} (soldier) SEE: infantryman ::
infanticide {n} (the murder of an infant) :: infanticídio {m}
infanticide {n} (the murder of one's child) :: filicídio {m}, gnaticídio {m}
infanticide {n} (a person who has killed a child) :: infanticida {m} {f}
infantry {n} (soldiers who fight on foot) :: infantaria {f}
infantry {n} (the part of an army consisting of infantry soldiers) :: infantaria {f}
infantry {n} (regiment of infantry) :: infantaria {f}
infantryman {n} (soldier who fights on foot) :: infante {m} {f}, peão {m}
infarct {n} (area of dead tissue) :: infarto, enfarte
infarction {n} (infarct) SEE: infarct ::
in fashion {adj} (fashionable) SEE: fashionable ::
infatuation {n} (The act of infatuating; the state of being infatuated; folly; that which infatuates) :: enfatuamento {f}, enfatuação {f}
in favor of {prep} (in support of) :: a favor de
in favor of {prep} (for the benefit of) :: em prol de
infeasible {adj} (not feasible) :: inviável, inexequível
infect {v} (to bring into contact with a substance that causes illness) :: infectar, contagiar
infect {v} (to make somebody enthusiastic about one's own passion) :: contagiar
infection {n} (the process of infecting) :: infecção {f}, infeccionamento {m}
infection {n} (uncontrolled growth of harmful microorganisms in a host) :: infecção {f}
infectious {adj} (transmitted between persons as illness) :: infeccioso
infectious {adj} (able to infect others) :: infeccioso, contagioso
infectiousness {n} (state or condition of being infectious) :: infetuosidade {f}, infecciosidade {f}
infer {v} ((transitive) To conclude by reasoning or deduction, as from premises or evidence) :: inferir
infer {v} ((intransitive) To draw a conclusion (by reasoning)) :: inferir
inference {n} (act or process of inferring by deduction or induction) :: inferência {f}
inferior {adj} (of lower quality) :: inferior {m} {f}
inferiority complex {n} (a sense of inferiority) :: complexo de inferioridade {m}
inferior nasal concha {n} (The largest of the three nasal concha located within the nasal cavity) :: concha nasal inferior {f}
inferno {n} (place or situation resembling Hell) :: inferno {m}
inferno {n} (large fire) :: inferno {m}
infertile {adj} (not fertile) :: infértil
infertility {n} (condition of being infertile - soil, etc) :: infertilidade {f}
infertility {n} (inability to conceive - people and animals) :: infertilidade {f}
infidel {n} (non-believer) :: infiel {m} {f}
infidelity {n} (unfaithfulness in marriage or other moral obligation) :: infidelidade
infidelity {n} (lack of religious belief) :: infidelidade {f}
infinite {adj} (figuratively, very large) :: infinito {m}
infinite {adj} (boundless, endless) :: infinito {m}
infinite {adj} (greater than any positive quantity or magnitude) :: infinito {m}
infinite {adj} (having infinitely many elements) :: infinito {m}
infinitely {adv} (endlessly) :: infinitamente
infinitism {n} (view) :: infinitismo {m}
infinitive {n} (uninflected verb form) :: infinitivo {m}, infinito {m}
infinity {n} (endlessness, unlimitedness, absence of end or limit) :: infinito {m}, infinidade {f}
infinity {n} (a number that has an infinite, uncountable numerical value) :: infinito {m}
infinity {n} (a number which is very large compared to some characteristic number) :: infinito {m}
infinity {n} (the symbol ∞) :: infinito {m}
infix {n} (morpheme inserted into word) :: infixo {m}
inflame {v} (to put in a state of inflammation) :: inflamar
inflammable {adj} (capable of burning) :: inflamável
inflammation {n} (act of inflaming, kindling, or setting on fire; also, the state of being inflamed) :: inflamação {f}
inflammation {n} (medical condition) :: inflamação {f}
inflammatory {adj} (causing or caused by inflammation) :: inflamatório
inflatable {adj} (able to be inflated) :: inflável, insuflável
inflate {v} (to enlarge the volume occupied by an object) :: inchar, inflar
inflation {n} (expansion or increase in size) :: inflamento {m}
inflation {n} (increase in prices) :: inflação
inflect {v} (grammar) :: variar, flexionar
inflection {n} (change in the form of a word that reflects a change in grammatical function) :: flexão {f}
inflection {n} (change in pitch or tone of voice) :: inflexão {f}, entonação {f}
inflection {n} (change in curvature from concave to convex or from convex to concave) :: inflexão {f}
inflection {n} (turning away from a straight course) :: inflexão {f}, desvio {m}
inflexibility {n} (quality of being inflexible) :: inflexibilidade {f}
inflexible {adj} (stiff, rigid) :: inflexível
inflexible {adj} (obstinate, stubborn) :: inflexível
inflexibly {adv} (in an inflexible manner) :: inflexivelmente
inflorescence {n} (flower cluster) :: inflorescência {f}
influence {n} (power to affect, control or manipulate) :: influência {f}
influence {n} (action exerted by a person or thing with power to cause change) :: influência {f}
influence {n} (person or thing exerting such power or action) :: influência {f}
influence {v} (transitive: to exert an influence upon) :: influenciar, influir
influence {v} (intransitive: to exert influence) :: influenciar
influential {adj} (having considerable influence) :: influente
influenza {n} (an acute contagious disease of the upper airways and lungs) :: gripe {f}
in for a penny, in for a pound {proverb} (Expressing recognition that one must, having started something, see it through to its end, rather than stopping short thereof) :: perdido por cem, perdido por mil, perdido por um, perdido por mil
inform {v} (to communicate knowledge to (an)other(s)) :: informar
inform {v} (to impart information or knowledge (intransitive)) :: informar
informal {adj} (not formal or ceremonious) :: informal
informality {n} (condition of being informal) :: informalidade {f}
informant {n} (one who relays confidential information) :: informante {m} {f}, delator {m}
informatic {adj} (of or pertaining to information science) :: informático
informatics {n} (branch of information science) :: informática {f}
information {n} (communicable knowledge) :: informação {f}
Information Age {prop} (current era) :: Era da Informação {f}, era da informação {f}
information science {n} (science) :: ciência da informação {f}
information technology {n} (the practice of creating and/or studying computer systems and applications) :: tecnologia da informação {f}
information theory {n} (branch of applied mathematics) :: teoria da informação {f}
informatisation {n} (computerization) SEE: computerization ::
informed {adj} (instructed) :: informado
informer {n} (one who informs) :: informante {m} {f}, informador {m}
informer {n} (person who tells authorities about improper or illegal activity) :: informante {m} {f}, delator {m}
infrared {n} (infrared radiation) :: infravermelho
infrared {adj} (having the wavelength in the infrared) :: infravermelho
infrastructure {n} (underlying base or foundation especially for an organization or system) :: infraestructura {f}
infrastructure {n} (basic facilities, services and installations needed for the functioning of a community or society) :: infraestructura {f}
infringe {v} (to break or violate a treaty, a law, a right etc.) :: infringir, transgredir
infringement {n} (violation) :: infração {f}, infracção {f}
infringer {n} (One who infringes) :: infrator {m}
in front of {prep} (at or near the front part of) :: na frente de, ante
in front of {prep} (in the presence of someone) :: na frente de, ante
in front of {prep} (located before (something else)) :: na frente de
infundibuliform {adj} (having the shape of a funnel) :: infundibuliforme
-ing {suffix} (forming verbal nouns) :: use the infinitive
-ing {suffix} (to form present participles) :: -ando, -endo, -indo
in general {adv} (generally) SEE: generally ::
ingeniosity {n} (quality of being ingenious) :: engenhosidade {f}
ingenious {adj} (displaying genius or brilliance; tending to invent) :: engenhoso
ingenious {adj} (characterized by genius; cleverly done or contrived) :: engenhoso
ingenuity {n} (ability to come up with solutions to difficult problems) :: engenhosidade {f}
ingenuous {adj} (Naive and trusting) :: ingénuo {m}
ingenuousness {n} (the condition of being ingenuous) :: ingenuidade
ingest {v} (to take into, or as into, the stomach or alimentary canal) :: ingerir
ingestion {n} (the action of ingesting) :: ingestão {f}
in good hands {prep} (under guidance) :: em boas mãos
ingot {n} (solid block of more or less pure metal) :: lingote
Ingram {prop} (male given name) :: Enguerrando {m}
ingrate {adj} (ungrateful) SEE: ungrateful ::
ingratitude {n} (thanklessness) :: ingratidão {f}
ingredient {n} (substance present in a mixture) :: ingrediente {m}
Ingrid {prop} (female given name) :: Ingrid
Ingush {adj} (of, or pertaining to Ingushetia) :: inguche
Ingush {n} (person) :: inguche {m} {f}
Ingushetia {prop} (federal subject of Russia) :: Inguchétia {f}
inhabit {v} (to live or reside in some place) :: habitar, morar, viver
inhabitant {n} (Someone or thing who lives in a place) :: habitante {mf}
inhabited {adj} (having inhabitants) :: habitado
inhalation {n} (the act of inhaling) :: inalação {f}
inhale {v} (to draw air into the lungs) :: inalar, inspirar
inhale {v} (to draw something into the nose or lungs) :: inalar
inhaler {n} (canister containing medicine) :: inalador {m}, bombinha {f} [informal]
inharmonic {adj} (disharmonious) SEE: disharmonious ::
inhere {v} (To be inherent; to be an essential or intrinsic part of; to be fixed or permanently incorporated with something) :: inerir
inherent {adj} (natural part or consequence) :: inerente
inherit {v} (to take possession of as a right) :: herdar
inherit {v} (to receive property or a title by legal succession etc.) :: herdar
inherit {v} (to receive a characteristic by genetic transmission) :: herdar
inherit {v} (to derive from people or conditions previously in force) :: herdar
inherit {v} (to come into an inheritance) :: herdar
inheritance {n} (passing of title) :: herança {f}
inheritance {n} (that which a person is entitled to inherit) :: herança {f}
inheritance {n} (biological attributes passed to offspring) :: herança {f}
inheritance {n} (programming: mechanism for making parts of superclass available to subclass) :: herança {f}
inheritor {n} (heir) SEE: heir ::
inhibit {v} (to hold in or hold back; to restrain) :: inibir
inhibition {n} (Stopping or retarding a chemical reaction) :: inibição
inhibitive {adj} (that inhibits) :: inibitivo, inibitório
inhibitor {n} (substance slowing a reaction) :: inibidor
inhumane {adj} (cruel and savage, not humane) :: inumano
inhumanity {n} (lack of compassion) :: desumanidade {f}
inhumanity {n} (inhuman act) :: desumanidade {f}
inhumanness {n} (quality of being inhuman, cruel) :: desumanidade {f}
iniquitous {adj} (sinful) :: pecaminoso {m}
iniquity {n} (deviation from right) :: iniquidade {f}
initial {adj} (chronologically first) :: inicial
initial {adj} (spatially first) :: inicial
initial {n} (first letter of a word) :: inicial {f}
initial {v} (sign one's initial(s)) :: rubricar
initialism {n} (term pronounced letter by letter) :: sigla {f}
initialization {n} (act) :: inicialização {f}
initialization {n} (programming: assignment of initial value of variable) :: inicialização {f}
initialize {v} (to assign initial values to something) :: inicializar
initialize {v} (to assign an initial value to a variable) :: inicializar
initiation {n} (act of initiating) :: iniciação {f}
initiation {n} (form or ceremony by which a person is introduced into any society) :: iniciação {f}
initiative {adj} (serving to initiate) :: iniciativo, iniciador
initiative {n} (a beginning; a first move) :: iniciativa {f}
initiative {n} (the ability to act first or on one's own) :: iniciativa {f}
inject {v} (to administer an injection to) :: injetar
injection {n} (act of injecting, or something injected) :: injeção {f}
injection {n} (medicine: something injected) :: injeção {f}
injection {n} (set theory: one-to-one mapping) :: função injetiva {f}
injective {adj} (inverse-deterministic) :: injetivo
injudicious {adj} (showing poor judgement; not well judged) :: imprudente {m}
injunction {n} (the act of enjoining) :: injunção
injure {v} (to wound or cause physical harm) :: ferir, machucar
injury {n} (wound) SEE: wound ::
injury {n} (damage or violation) :: dano {m}
injustice {n} (absence of justice) :: injustiça {f}
injustice {n} (violation of the rights of another) :: injustiça {f}
ink {n} (coloured fluid used for writing) :: tinta {f}
ink {n} (dark fluid ejected by squid etc) :: tinta {f}
ink {v} (apply ink) :: tintar, entintar
ink {v} (sign a document) :: assinar, firmar
ink {v} (apply a tattoo) :: tatuar
ink bottle {n} (inkwell) SEE: inkwell ::
inkhorn {n} (small portable ink container) :: tinteiro {m}
inkhorn {n} (as adjective, of vocabulary: pedantic) :: presunçoso, pedante
in kind {adv} (with goods or services) :: em espécie
inkjet printer {n} (device that prints using droplets of ink) :: impressora de jato de tinta {f}
inkling {n} (suspicion or hint) :: suspeita {f}
inkpot {n} (inkwell) SEE: inkwell ::
inkwell {n} (container for ink) :: tinteiro {m}
in-law {n} (relative by marriage) :: afim {m} {f}
in-law {n} (parent-in-law of one's child) :: consogro
in-law {n} (father-in-law) SEE: father-in-law ::
in-law {n} (mother-in-law) SEE: mother-in-law ::
in layman's terms {prep} (phrased simply) :: em termos leigos, em termos simples
inlet {n} (body of water let into a coast) :: enseada {f}
inlet {n} (a passage into something) :: entrada {f}
in lieu {adv} (instead (of); in place (of)) :: ao invés de
in lieu of {prep} (instead; in place of; as a substitute for) :: no lugar de, ao invés de, invés de
in light of {prep} (given, considering) :: à luz de, em vista de
in-line skate {n} (roller skate with all wheels aligned) SEE: rollerblade ::
in love {prep} (of a person or persons: enamored) :: enamorado, apaixonado
in love {prep} (followed by "with": enamored (of a person, etc.)) :: enamorado
inmate {n} (one confined to institution, such as a prison) :: interno {m}
in memoriam {adv} (in memory of) :: em memória
in my opinion {prep} (according to me) :: na minha opinião
inn {n} (lodging) :: albergue {m}, pousada {f}
inn {n} (tavern) SEE: tavern ::
innate {adj} (inborn) :: inato
inner {adj} (being or occurring inside) :: interno, interior
inner city {n} (central part of a city) :: intramuros
inner ear {n} (anatomy) :: ouvido {m}
Inner Mongolia {prop} (autonomous region in northern China) :: Mongólia Interior {f}
inner tube {n} (inflatable rubber tube) :: câmara de ar {f}
innkeeper {n} (person responsible for the running of an inn) :: estalajadeiro {m}
innocence {n} (absence of responsibility for a crime) :: inocência {f}
innocence {n} (lack of understanding about sensitive subjects such as sexuality and crime) :: inocência {f}
innocence {n} (lack of ability or intention to harm or damage) :: inocência {f}
innocent {adj} (pure, free from sin, untainted) :: inocente
innocent {adj} (not legally responsible for a wrongful act) :: inocente
innocent {adj} (naive, artless) :: inocente
innocent {adj} (harmless in intent) :: inocente
innocuous {adj} (harmless) :: inócuo {m}
innominate bone {n} (hip bone) SEE: hip bone ::
innovate {v} (to introduce changes) :: inovar
innovation {n} (act of innovating) :: inovação {f}
innovation {n} (something new) :: inovação {f}
innovative {adj} (characterized by the creation of new ideas or things) :: inovador, inovativo
innuendo {n} (A derogatory hint or reference to a person or thing, an implication or insinuation) :: insinuação
innumerable {adj} (not capable of being counted) SEE: countless ::
inoculate {v} (to provide immunity) :: inocular
inoffensive {adj} (not offensive) :: inofensivo
inoffensive {adj} (harmless) :: inofensivo
inoffensiveness {n} (the state or condition of being inoffensive) :: inofensividade {f}
inoperable {adj} (surgery: incapable of being successfully operated) :: inoperável
in operation {prep} (operating) :: em operação
inopportune {adj} (unsuitable for some particular purpose) :: inoportuno
inopportune {adj} (at an inconvenient or inappropriate time) :: inoportuno
in order {adv} (for the purpose of) SEE: in order to ::
in order that {conj} (so that) :: para que
in order to {phrase} (as a means of achieving the specified aim) :: a fim de que
inorganic {adj} (relating to a compound that does not contain carbon) :: inorgânico
inorganic chemistry {n} (chemistry of elements and non-carbon containing compounds) :: química inorgânica {f}
inorganic compound {n} (compound without carbon atoms) :: composto inorgânico {m}
in other words {prep} (stated or interpreted another way) :: em outras palavras, ou seja
in parallel {prep} (at the same time) :: em paralelo
in parallel {prep} (connected side by side, instead of in series) :: em paralelo
inpatient {n} (A patient whose treatment needs at least one night's residence in a hospital) :: internado {m}
in person {prep} (actually present) :: em pessoa, pessoalmente
in practice {prep} (really, in effect) :: na prática
in progress {prep} (underway) SEE: underway ::
input {n} (something fed into a process) :: entrada {f}, input {m}
input {v} (to enter data) :: entrar
in question {adj} (under consideration or discussion) :: em questão
inquietude {n} (the condition of being restless, uneasy or nervous) :: inquietude
inquire {v} (to ask about something) :: inquirir
inquiry {n} (the act of inquiring) :: pergunta , questionamento, inquérito
Inquisition {prop} (tribunal of the Roman Catholic Church) :: Inquisição {f}
inquisitive {adj} (eager to acquire knowledge) :: inquisitivo
inquisitive {adj} (too curious; overly interested; nosy) :: inquisitivo, enxerido, intrometido
in relation to {prep} (by comparison with, compared with) :: em relação a
insane {adj} (exhibiting unsoundness or disorder of mind) :: insano, doido, louco, débil mental
insane {adj} (causing insanity or madness) :: enlouquecedor
insane {adj} (characterized by insanity or the utmost folly) :: insano
insane asylum {n} (mental hospital) SEE: mental hospital ::
insanity {n} (state of being insane) :: insanidade {f}
insatiable {adj} (not satiable; incapable of being satisfied or appeased) :: insaciável {m} {f}
inscription {n} (carved text) :: inscrição {f}
inscription {n} (text on a coin) :: legenda {f}
inscription {n} (dedication in a book) :: dedicatória {f}
inscrutable {adj} (difficult or impossible to comprehend, fathom or interpret) :: inescrutável
in secret {prep} (secretly) SEE: secretly ::
insect {n} (arthropod of class insecta) :: [1,3] inseto {m}
insecticidal {adj} (relating to insecticide) :: inseticida
insecticide {n} (A substance used to kill insects) :: inseticida {m}
insectivore {n} (insect eating animal) :: insectívoro {m} [Portugal], insetívoro {m}
insectivorous {adj} (feeding on insects) :: insectívoro [Portugal], insetívoro
insecure {adj} (not secure) :: inseguro
insecure {adj} (not comfortable in certain situations) :: inseguro
insecurity {n} (lack of security, uncertainty) :: insegurança {f}
insecurity {n} (vulnerability) :: periculosidade {f}
inseminate {v} (to disperse or plant seds) SEE: sow ::
inseminate {v} (to cause to become pregnant) SEE: impregnate ::
insemination {n} (act of sowing seed) :: semeadura {f}
insemination {n} (act of making pregnant) :: inseminação {f}
insensate {adj} (unfeeling, heartless, cruel, insensitive) :: desumano, inumano
insensibility {n} (the property of being insensible) :: insensibilidade {f}
insensitive {adj} (not having normal emotional feelings, cold, tactless, undiplomatic) :: insensível
inseparable {adj} (unable to be separated) :: inseparável
inseparably {adv} (in an inseparable manner) :: inseparavelmente
in series {prep} (connected in a chain, instead of in parallel) :: em série
insert {v} (put in between or into) :: inserir, enxertar
insertion {n} (act of inserting, or something inserted) :: inserção
insertion {n} (addition of a nucleotide to a chromosome) :: inserção
inshallah {interj} (God willing (Islam)) :: oxalá, se Deus quiser
inside {n} (interior or inner part) :: interior {m}
inside {prep} (within the interior of something, closest to the center or to a specific point of reference) :: dentro
inside {adv} (within the interior) :: dentro
inside {adv} (towards the interior) :: dentro, adentro
inside {adj} (within) :: interno
inside joke {n} (joke understood by certain people) :: piada interna {f}
inside out {adv} (with the inside turned to be on the outside) :: ao avesso
inside out {adv} (of knowledge: thoroughly) :: a fundo, de cabo a rabo
insidious {adj} (producing serious harm in a stealthy, often gradual, manner) :: insidioso
insidious {adj} (intending to entrap) :: insidiador
insidious {adj} (treacherous) SEE: treacherous ::
insight {n} (sight of the interior; deep view; introspections) :: introspecção {m}
insight {n} (power of acute observation and deduction) :: dedução {f}
insight {n} (intuitive apprehension of the inner nature of things) :: intuição {m}
insightful {adj} (possessing insight) :: perspicaz
insignia {n} (a patch or other object that indicates rank or membership) :: insígnia {f}, distintivo {m}
insignia {n} (symbol or token of power, status, or offic) :: insígnia {f}, distintivo {m}
insignificance {n} (quality of being insignificant) :: insignificância {f}
insignificant {adj} (not significant; not important) :: insignificante
insignificantly {adv} (in an insignificant manner) :: insignificantemente
insinuate {v} (hint at (something)) :: insinuar
insinuation {n} (a suggestion or intimation by distant allusion) :: insinuação
insipid {adj} (unappetizingly flavorless) :: insípido
insipid {adj} (flat; lacking character or definition) :: insípido
insist {v} (to hold up a claim emphatically) :: insistir
insofar as {conj} (to the extent that) :: enquanto
insolation {n} (medicine: sunstroke) SEE: sunstroke ::
insole {n} (inside sole of footwear) :: palmilha {f}
insolence {n} (Arrogant conduct; insulting, bold behaviour or attitude) :: insolência {f}
insolency {n} (quality of being insolent) :: insolência {f}
insolency {n} (act of insolence) :: insolência {f}
insolent {adj} (insulting in manner or words) :: insolente {m} {f}
insolent {adj} (rude) :: insolente {m} {f}
insolvency {n} (the condition of being insolvent) :: insolvência {f}
insolvent {adj} (Unable to pay) :: insolvente
insomnia {n} (sleeping disorder) :: insónia {f}, [Brazil] insônia {f}
inspection {n} (the act of examining something, often closely) :: inspeção {f}
inspiration {n} (physiology: drawing of air) :: inspiração {f}
inspiration {n} (breath) :: inspiração {f}, inalação {f}
inspiration {n} (supernatural divine influence) :: inspiração {f}
inspiration {n} (stimulating influence upon the intellect or emotions) :: inspiração {f}
inspirator {n} (inhaler) SEE: inhaler ::
inspire {v} (to inhale) SEE: inhale ::
inspire {v} (to infuse into the mind; to communicate to the spirit) :: inspirar
in spite of {prep} (despite) :: a despeito de, apesar de
instability {n} (quality of being unstable) :: instabilidade {f}
install {v} (set something up for use) :: instalar
install {v} (establish or settle in) :: instalar
installable {adj} (capable of being installed) :: instalável
installation {n} (act of installing) :: instalação {f}
installation {n} (something installed) :: instalação {f}
installment {n} (portion of debt) :: parcela {f}
installment {n} (part of a serial) :: episódio {m}
instalment {n} (installment) SEE: installment ::
instance {n} (case occurring, a case offered as an exemplification, an example) :: exemplo {m}
instance {n} (recurring occasion, case) :: ocorrência {f}, ocasião {f}
instance {n} (in computing) :: instância {f}
instant {n} (period of time) :: instante {m}
instant {n} (point in time) :: instante {m}
instant {adj} (quickly prepared) :: instantâneo {m}, instantânea {f}
instantaneous {adj} (occurring, arising, or functioning without any delay; happening within an imperceptibly brief period of time) :: instantâneo
instant coffee {n} (beverage) :: café solúvel {m}, café instantâneo {m}
instantiate {v} (to create an object of a specific class) :: instanciar
instantly {adv} (at once) :: instantaneamente
instant noodle {n} (a mass of precooked noodles) :: macarrão instantâneo {m}, miojo {m}
instead {adv} (in the place of (it)) :: em vez de, ao invés de
instead of {prep} (in lieu of; in place of; rather than) :: ao invés de, em vez de
instep {n} (top of the foot between the toes and the ankle) :: peito do pé {m}
instigate {v} (to goad or urge forward; to set on; to provoke; to incite) :: instigar
instinct {n} (natural or inherent impulse or behaviour) :: instinto {m}
instinctive {adj} (related to or prompted by instinct) :: instintivo
instinctive {adj} (driven by impulse, spontaneous and without thinking) :: instintivo
institute {n} (college) :: instituto
institution {n} (established organisation) :: instituição {f}
institutional {adj} (rudimentary) SEE: rudimentary ::
institutional {adj} (of pertaining to or characteristic of an institution) :: institucional
instruction {n} (act of instructing, teaching, or furnishing with knowledge; information) :: instrução {f}
instruction {n} (that which instructs, or with which one is instructed) :: instrução {f}
instruction {n} (single operation of a processor) :: instrução {f}
instructive case {n} (case used to indicate means) :: instrutivo {m}
instructor {n} (one who instructs; a teacher) :: instrutor {m}
instrument {n} (musical device) :: instrumento {m}
instrument {n} (measuring device) :: instrumento {m}, aparelho {m}
instrument {n} (tool) :: instrumento {m}
instrumental {adj} (music) :: instrumental
instrumental {adj} (pertaining to the instrumental case) :: instrumental
instrumental {n} (composition without lyrics) :: instrumental {m}
instrumental {n} (instrumental case) SEE: instrumental case ::
instrumental case {n} (case to express agency or means) :: caso instrumental {m}, instrumental {m}
insubstantial {adj} :: insubstancial
insufferable {adj} (not sufferable) :: intolerável
insufficient {adj} (Not sufficient) :: insuficiente
insufficiently {adv} (not sufficiently) :: insuficientemente
insula {n} (a block of buildings in a Roman town) :: ínsula {f}
insula {n} (a structure of the human brain located within the lateral sulcus) :: ínsula {f}
insular {adj} (of, pertaining to, or resembling an island or islands) :: insular {m} {f}
insular {adj} (situatedon an island) :: insular {m} {f}
insular {adj} (separate or isolated from the surroundings) :: isolado {m}, isolada {f}
insulate {v} (to separate or detach) :: isolar
insulate {v} (to separate so as to prevent a transfer) :: isolar
insulation {n} (The act of insulating) :: insulação {f}, isolamento {m}
insulator {n} (substance) :: isolante
insulin {n} (polypeptide hormone) :: insulina {f}
insult {v} (to be rude) :: insultar, injuriar
insult {n} (action or speech deliberately intended to be rude) :: insulto {m}, ofensa {f}
insult {n} (anything that causes offence/offense by being of an unacceptable quality) :: insulto, ofensa {f}
insulting {adj} (containing insult, or having the intention of insulting) :: insultante, injurioso, injuriante
insultive {adj} (insulting) SEE: insulting ::
insurance {n} (indemnity) :: seguro
insurance {n} (business) :: seguro {m}
insurer {n} (one who insures) :: segurador {m}
insurgency {n} (rebellion; revolt; the state of being insurgent) :: insurgência {f}
insurgent {adj} (rebellious) :: insurgente
insurgent {n} (rebel) :: insurgente {m} {f}
insurmountable {adj} (incapable of being passed over) :: insuperável, inexorável
insurrection {n} (mutiny or rebellion) :: insurreição {f}
intact {adj} (untouched) :: intacto, intato
intaglio {n} (design or piece of art) :: entalho {m}
intake {n} (act of taking in) :: tomada, tomada, ingestão
integer {n} (a number that is not a fraction) :: inteiro {m}
integral {adj} (constituting a whole together with other parts or factors; not omittable or removable) :: integral
integral {n} (limit of sums) :: integral {f}
integral {n} (antiderivative) SEE: antiderivative ::
integral calculus {n} (calculus of areas and volumes) :: cálculo integral {m}
integral transform {n} :: transformada integral
integrated {adj} (composed and coordinated to form a whole) :: integrado
integrated circuit {n} (thin chip) :: circuito integrado {m}
integration {n} (process of fitting into a community) :: confraternização
integration {n} (in mathematics) :: integração {f}
integrin {n} (protein functioning as receptor) :: integrina
integrity {n} (steadfast adherence to a strict moral or ethical code) :: integridade {f}
integrity {n} (state of being wholesome; unimpaired) :: integridade {f}
integrity {n} (quality or condition of being complete; pure) :: integridade {f}
intel {n} (intelligence) SEE: intelligence ::
intellect {n} (The faculty of knowing and reasoning; understanding) :: intelecto {m}
intellect {n} (That faculty in a particular person) :: intelecto {m}
intellect {n} (A person who has that faculty in great degree) :: intelectual {m} {f}
intellectual {adj} (spiritual) SEE: spiritual ::
intellectual {adj} (belonging to, or performed by, the intellect; mental or cognitive) :: intelectual {m} {f}
intellectual {n} (intelligent person, interested in intellectual matters) :: intelectual {m} {f}
intellectual property {n} (product of someone's intellect) :: propriedade intelectual {f}
intelligence {n} (capacity of mind) :: inteligência {f}
intelligence {n} (entity that has such capacities) :: inteligência {f}
intelligence {n} (information about the enemy) :: inteligência {f}
intelligence {n} (a department, agency or unit designed to gather such information) :: inteligência {f}
intelligence agency {n} (governmental agency devoted to information gathering) :: serviço de informações {m}, serviço secreto {m}, inteligência {f}
intelligence quotient {n} (IQ score) :: quociente de inteligência {m}
intelligent {adj} (of high or especially quick cognitive capacity, bright) :: inteligente
intelligent {adj} (well thought-out, well considered) :: inteligente
intelligent {adj} (characterized by thoughtful interaction) :: inteligente
intelligent design {prop} (intelligent design / Intelligent Design) :: design inteligente {m}
intelligently {adv} (cleverly) :: inteligentemente
intelligentsia {n} (intellectual élite) :: intelligentsia {f}
intelligible {adj} (capable of being understood) :: inteligível
intend {v} (to fix the mind upon a goal) :: pretender
intended {n} (fiancé) SEE: fiancé ::
intended {n} (fiancée) SEE: fiancée ::
intense {adj} (strained; tightly drawn) :: tenso
intense {adj} (extreme in degree) :: intenso
intensify {v} (to render more intense) :: intensificar
intensify {v} (to become more intense) :: intensificar-se
intensity {n} (quality of being intense) :: intensidade {f}
intensive care unit {n} (intensive care unit) SEE: ICU ::
intent {n} (a purpose; something that is intended) :: intenção {f}
intention {v} (intend) SEE: intend ::
intention {n} (course intended to follow) :: intenção {f}, intuito {m}
intentional {adj} (intended or planned; done deliberately or voluntarily) :: intencional {m} {f}, proposital {m} {f}
intentional {adj} (done with intent) :: intencional
intentionally {adv} (intentional manner, on purpose) :: intencionalmente
inter- {prefix} (among, between) :: entre-
inter {v} (bury in a grave) :: enterrar
interact {v} (act upon each other) :: interagir
interaction {n} (situation or occurrence in which two or more objects or events act upon one another) :: interação {f}
interaction {n} (conversation or exchange between people) :: interação {f}
interactive {adj} (acting with each other) :: interativo
interactive {adj} (responding to the user) :: interativo
interactivity {n} (quality of being interactive) :: interatividade {f}
inter alia {adv} (among other things) :: entre outros
intercardinal direction {n} (compass direction) :: ponto colateral {m}
intercept {v} (to stop, deflect or divert) :: interceptar
intercept {v} (to gain possession of) :: interceptar
intercession {n} (the act of intervening) :: intercessão {f}
intercession {n} (a prayer to God on behalf of another person) :: intercessão {f}
intercessor {n} (one who intercedes) :: intercessor {m}
interchange {v} (to switch) :: trocar
interchange {v} (to alternate) :: alternar
interchange {n} (highway junction) :: trevo rodoviário {m}
interchangeable {adj} (freely substitutable) :: intercambiável {m} {f}
intercolonial {adj} (between colonies) :: intercolonial
intercom {n} (an electronic communication system) :: interfone
intercourse {n} (communication, conversation) :: comunicação {f}
intercourse {n} (dealings between countries) :: comunicação {f}
intercourse {n} (sexual intercourse) :: sexo {m}
interdisciplinary {adj} (of or pertaining to multiple distinct academic disciplines or fields of study) :: interdisciplinar
interest {n} (finance: price of credit) :: juros {m}
interest {n} (great attention and concern from someone) :: interesse {m}
interest {n} (attention that is given to or received from someone or something) :: interesse {m}
interest {n} (involvement in or link with financial, business, or other undertaking) :: interesse {m}
interest {v} (to attract attention or concern) :: interessar
interested {adj} (having or showing interest) :: interessado
interest group {n} (advocacy group) SEE: advocacy group ::
interesting {adj} (arousing or holding the attention) :: interessante
interestingly {adv} (in an interesting way) :: interessantemente
interest rate {n} (percentage of money charged for its use per some period) :: taxa de juros {f}
interface {n} (point of interconnection between entities) :: interface {f}
interface {n} (computing: point of interconnection between systems or subsystems) :: interface {f}
interface {n} (computing: connection between a user and a machine) :: interface {f}
interface {n} (computing, object-oriented: connection between parts of software) :: interface {f}
interface {n} (computing, object-oriented: piece of code defining a set of operations that other code must implement) :: interface {f}
interference {n} (act of interfering with something) :: interferência {f}
interference {n} (effect caused by the superposition of two systems of waves) :: interferência {f}
interference {n} (distortion on a broadcast signal due to atmospheric or other effects) :: interferência {f}
interferon {n} (any of a group of glycoproteins, that prevent viral replication in infected cells) :: interferão {m} [Portugal], interferon {m} [Brazil]
intergalactic {adj} (occurring between galaxies) :: intergalático {m}, intergaláctico {m}
intergluteal cleft {n} (groove between the buttocks) SEE: gluteal cleft ::
interim {n} (a transitional or temporary period between other events) :: intervalo
interior {adj} (having to do with the inner part of something) :: interior
interior {adj} (having to do with the inland parts of a country) :: interior {m}
interior {n} (the inside of an enclosed structure) :: interior {m}
interior {n} (the inside regions of a country) :: interior {m}
interjection {n} (exclamation or filled pause in grammar) :: interjeição {f}
Interlaken {prop} (town) :: Interlaken {m}
interlanguage {n} (lingua franca) SEE: lingua franca ::
interlanguage {n} (creole) SEE: creole ::
interlanguage {n} (pidgin) SEE: pidgin ::
interleave {v} (to intersperse (something) at regular intervals between the parts of a thing) :: intercalar
Interlingua {prop} (interlanguage based on Romance languages) :: interlíngua {f}
interlocutor {n} (A person who takes part in dialogue or conversation) :: interlocutor {m}
interlude {n} (entertainment between the acts of a play) :: interlúdio {m}
interlude {n} (short piece put between the parts of a longer composition) :: interlúdio {m}
intermarriage {n} (mixed marriage) SEE: mixed marriage ::
intermediary {n} (an agent acting as a mediator between sides that may disagree) :: intermediário {m}
intermediate {adj} (being between two extremes, or in the middle of a range) :: intermediário, intermédio
intermediate phalange {n} (bone) :: falange média {f}, falanginha {f}
interment {n} (The act of burying a dead body; burial) :: enterro {m}
interminable {adj} (existing or occurring without interruption or end) :: interminável
interminate {adj} (interminable) SEE: interminable ::
interminated {adj} (interminable) SEE: interminable ::
intermingle {v} (to mix together) :: inclusão, mistura
intermission {n} (break between performances or sessions) :: intervalo {m}, intermissão {f}
intermittent {adj} (stopping and starting at intervals) :: intermitente
intermittently {adv} (Stopping or starting at intervals) :: intermitentemente
intern {n} (student or recent graduate who works in order to gain experience in their chosen field) :: estagiário {m}, estagiária {f}
intern {n} (medical trainee working in a hospital) :: interno {m}
intern {v} (to work as an intern) :: estagiar
internal {adj} (inside of something) :: interno
internal {adj} (within the body) :: interno
internal {adj} (concerned with the domestic affairs of a nation, state etc.) :: interno
internal {adj} (concerned with the non-public affairs of a company or other organisation) :: interno
internal combustion engine {n} (a piston or a rotary heat engine) :: motor a explosão {m}
internalized homophobia {n} (homophobia against oneself) :: homofobia interiorizada {f}, homofobia internalizada {f}
international {adj} (between, concerning, or transcending multiple nations) :: internacional
International Court of Justice {prop} (UN court) :: Tribunal Internacional de Justiça {m}
Internationale {prop} (proletarian song) :: a Internacional {f}
internationalise {v} (to make international) SEE: internationalize ::
internationalism {n} (cooperation between nations) :: internacionalismo {m}
internationalization {n} (conversion of something to make it international) :: internacionalização {f}
internationalization {n} (software: act of making something suitable for international markets) :: internacionalização {f}
internationalize {v} (to make something international) :: internacionalizar
International Klein Blue {prop} (deep blue hue achieved through ultramarine pigment and a binder) :: azul Klein {m}, azul-Klein {m}, International Klein Blue {m}
internationally {adv} (in an international manner) :: internacionalmente
International Monetary Fund {prop} (International Monetary Fund) :: Fundo Monetário Internacional {m}
international organisation {n} (organisation established by treaty) :: organização internacional
International Phonetic Alphabet {prop} (standardized symbols for speech) :: alfabeto fonético internacional {m}
international relations {n} (study of relationships among countries) :: relações internacionais
International System of Units {prop} (standard set of basic units of measurement) :: Sistema Internacional {m}
International Telecommunication Union {prop} (United Nations agency) :: União De Telecomunicação Internacional {f}
internaut {n} (internaut) :: internauta {m} {f}, cibernauta {m} {f}
internet {n} (the Internet, largest global internet) SEE: Internet ::
Internet {prop} (specific internet consisting of the global network of computers) :: Internet {f}
Internet cafe {n} (place where one can use a computer with Internet) :: cybercafé {m}
Internet of Things {prop} (Internet-like structure connecting everyday physical objects) :: Internet das coisas {f}
Internet Protocol {n} (one of the computer networking protocols) :: protocolo de Internet {m}
internship {n} (job taken by a student) :: estágio
interoperability {n} (computing) :: interoperabilidade {f}
interplanetary {adj} (existing or occurring between between planets) :: interplanetário
Interpol {prop} (the International Criminal Police Organization) :: Organização Internacional de Polícia Criminal, Interpol {f}
interpolation {n} (math, science: process of estimating the value of a function) :: interpolação {f}
interpose {v} (to insert something (or oneself) between other things) :: interpor
interpret {v} (to explain or tell the meaning of) :: interpretar
interpret {v} (to apprehend and represent by means of art) :: interpretar
interpret {v} (to act as an interpreter) :: traduzir
interpretation {n} (act of interpreting) :: interpretação {f}
interpretation {n} (sense given by an interpreter) :: interpretação {f}
interpretation {n} (the discipline of translating a spoken language) :: interpretação {f}
interpretation {n} (artist's way of expressing his thought) :: interpretação {f}
interpretation {n} (process of applying general principles to the explanation of the results) :: interpretação {f}
interpreter {n} (one who interprets speech) :: intérprete {m} {f}
interpreter {n} (computer program) :: interpretador {m}
interregnum {n} (period of time between the end of a sovereign's reign and the accession of another sovereign) :: interregno {m}
interrobang {n} (the punctuation mark ‽) :: interrobang {m}
interrogate {v} (to question or quiz) :: interrogar, questionar
interrogation {n} (act of interrogating or questioning) :: interrogatório {m}
interrogation {n} (question put; an inquiry) :: interrogação {f}
interrogation {n} (point, mark, or sign) :: interrogação {f}
interrogation mark {n} (question mark) SEE: question mark ::
interrogation point {n} (question mark) SEE: question mark ::
interrogative {adj} (asking or denoting a question) :: interrogativo {m}
interrogatively {adv} (in an interrogative manner) :: interrogativamente
interrogative pronoun {n} (pronoun used in a question) :: pronome interrogativo {m}
interrogator {n} (one who interrogates, a questioner) :: interrogador {m}
interrupt {v} (to disturb or halt an ongoing process or action) :: interromper
interrupt {v} (to assert an exceptional condition) :: interromper
interruption {n} (the act of interrupting, or the state of being interrupted) :: interrupção {f}
interruption {n} (a time interval during which there is a cessation of something) :: interrupção {f}
intersect {v} (to cross each other; to cut each other) :: intersectar, intersetar
intersect {v} (in mathematics) :: intersectar, intersetar
intersection {n} (junction of two or more paths, etc) :: interseção {f}
intersection {n} (in geometry) :: interseção {f}
intersection {n} (in set theory) :: interseção {f}
intersectionality {n} (sociological methodology) :: interseccionalidade {f}
intersex {n} (condition) SEE: intersexuality ::
intersex {n} (individual) :: intersexual
intersex {adj} (having characteristics of both sexes) :: intersexual
intersexuality {n} (the state of having physical features of both sexes) :: intersexualidade
Interslavic {adj} (between Slavs or Slavic nations) :: intereslavo
Interslavic {prop} (auxiliary Slavic language) :: intereslavo {m}
intersperse {v} (to mix two things irregularly) :: intercalar
intersperse {v} (to diversify by placing or inserting other things among something) :: intercalar
interstate {adv} (of, or relating to two or more states) :: interestadual
interstate {n} (U.S. freeway) :: interestadual {f}
interstellar {adj} (between stars) :: interestelar
interstellar {adj} (among stars) :: interestelar
interstitial {adj} (of, relating to, or situated in an interstice) :: intersticial
interstitial {n} (webpage displayed before a content page) :: anúncio intersticial {m}
interstitial {n} (interstitial discontinuity in a crystal) :: interstício {m}
interval {n} (intermission) SEE: intermission ::
interval {n} (distance in space) :: intervalo {m}
interval {n} (period of time) :: intervalo {m}
interval {n} (sports:half time) SEE: half time ::
intervene {v} (to come between, or to be between, persons or things) :: intervir, interceder
intervention {n} (act of intervening) :: intervenção {f}
intervention {n} (medical procedure) :: intervenção
interventive {adj} (intervening) :: interventivo
intervertebral disc {n} (disc between the vertebra in the spine) :: disco intervertebral
interview {n} (conversation with journalist etc.) :: entrevista {f}
interview {n} (a formal meeting for the assessment of a candidate or applicant) :: entrevista {f}
interview {v} (to have an interview) :: entrevistar
interviewer {n} (one who interviews) :: entrevistador {m}, entrevistadora {f}
intervocalic {adj} (between vowels) :: intervocálico {m}
interwar {adj} (Relating to the time between two wars) :: entreguerras
interweave {v} (to combine through weaving) :: entrançar, entrelaçar
intestinal {adj} (relating to the intestines) :: intestinal
intestine {n} (alimentary canal) :: intestino {m}
intestine {n} (subdivision of the alimentary canal) :: intestino {m}
in the blink of an eye {prep} (immediately, instantaneously) :: num piscar de olhos
in the end {prep} (eventually, finally) :: no fim
in the event {conj} (if) SEE: if ::
in the event of {prep} (in case of) SEE: in case of ::
in the flesh {prep} (with one's own body and presence) :: em pessoa, em carne e osso
in the future {prep} (at a future time) :: no futuro, futuramente
in the future {prep} (from now on) SEE: from now on ::
in the know {prep} (informed, aware) :: informado {m}, atento {m}
in the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king {proverb} (In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king) :: na terra dos cegos quem tem um olho é rei
in the least {prep} (at all) SEE: at all ::
in the light of {prep} (in light of) SEE: in light of ::
in the long run {prep} (eventually) :: a longo prazo
in the long term {prep} (eventually) SEE: in the long run ::
in the making {prep} (in the process of being made) :: sendo feito
in the meantime {prep} (meanwhile) SEE: meanwhile ::
in the nick of time {prep} (at the last possible moment) :: no último instante
in the same vein {prep} (of similar kind) :: nos mesmos moldes
in the twinkling of an eye {prep} (immediately, instantaneously) SEE: in the blink of an eye ::
in the wake of {prep} (following) :: na sequência de
in the wake of {prep} (as a result of) :: na sequência de
in the way {prep} (obstructing) :: no caminho
in the wild {prep} (not domesticated) :: na natureza
in the wink of an eye {adv} (in the blink of an eye) SEE: in the blink of an eye ::
in three days {adv} (in three days - translation entry) :: em três dias
inthronization {n} (enthronement) SEE: enthronement ::
inthronize {v} (enthrone) SEE: enthrone ::
intifada {n} (intifada) :: intifada {f}
intimacy {n} (feeling of closeness and openness towards someone else) :: intimidade {f}
intimate {adj} (closely acquainted; familiar) :: íntimo
intimate {adj} (of or involved in a sexual relationship) :: íntimo
intimate {adj} (personal, private) :: íntimo, pessoal
intimate {n} (very close friend) :: íntimo {m}
in time {prep} (at or before the time assigned) :: a tempo
in time {prep} (sufficiently early (for something)) :: a tempo
in time {prep} (in rhythm) :: no tempo, no ritmo
intimidate {v} (to make timid or fearful) :: intimidar, amedrontar
intinction {n} (the act of steeping or soaking the bread in the wine) :: intinção {f}
into {prep} (going inside) :: para dentro de
into {prep} (going to a geographic region) :: até
into {prep} (against, with force) :: em
intolerable {adj} (not tolerable) :: intolerável
intolerance {n} (the state of being intolerant) :: intolerância {f}
intolerance {n} (extreme sensitivity to a food or drug; allergy) :: intolerância {f}
intonation {n} (the rise and fall of the voice in speaking) :: entonação {f}
intonational {adj} (pertaining to intonation) :: entoacional
in touch {prep} (in contact, or in communication) :: em contacto
intoxicate {v} (To stupefy by doping with chemical substances such as alcohol) :: intoxicar
intoxicated {adj} (stupefied by alcohol) :: embriagado
intoxicated {adj} (stupefied by any chemical substance) :: intoxicado
intracellular {adj} (within a cell) :: intracelular
intracranial {adj} (pertaining to the inside of skull) :: intracraniano
intrahepatic {adj} (within the liver) :: intra-hepático
intransigent {adj} (unwilling to compromise or moderate a position) :: intransigente
intransitive {adj} (of a verb, not taking a direct object) :: intransitivo
intransitive verb {n} (action verb not taking a direct object, see also: neuter) :: verbo intransitivo {m}
intraocular {adj} (inside or within the eye) :: intraocular
intrasexual {adj} (intrasexual) :: intrasexual
intraspecific {adj} (Occurring among members of the same species) :: intra-específico
intrauterine device {n} (contraceptive device) :: dispositivo intrauterino {m}
intravenous {adj} (inside the veins) :: intravenoso, endovenoso
intravenous {n} (inside the veins) :: intravenosa {f}
intrepid {adj} (fearless) :: intrépido {m}
intricate {adj} (having a great deal of fine detail or complexity) :: intrincado
intrigue {n} (plot or scheme) :: intriga {f}
intrigue {v} (to plan) :: intrigar
intrigue {v} (to arouse interest) :: intrigar
intriguing {adj} (causing a desire to know more) :: intrigante
intrinsic {adj} (inherent) :: intrínseco
intrinsic {adj} (situated or produced inside an organ) :: intrínseco
intrinsically {adv} (in an intrinsic manner, internally, essentially) :: intrinsecamente
intro {n} (short form of introduction) :: intro
introduce {v} (to cause someone to be acquainted) :: apresentar
introduce {v} (to and make something or someone known by formal announcement or recommendation) :: apresentar
introduce {v} (to add something to a system, a mixture, or a container) :: introduzir
introduce {v} (to bring into practice) :: introduzir
introduction {n} (act or process of introducing) :: introdução {f}
introduction {n} (means of presenting one person to another) :: introdução {f}
introduction {n} (initial section of a book or article which introduces subject material) :: introdução {f}
introductory {adj} (introducing) :: introdutório
intron {n} (genetics: portion of a split gene that is included in pre-RNA transcripts but is removed during RNA processing) :: íntron
introspective {adj} (examining one's own perceptions and sensory experiences) :: introspectivo
introverted {adj} (psychology: Of or characteristic of an introvert) :: introvertido {m}, introvertida {f}
intrude {v} (to enter without welcome; to encroach) :: invadir
intruder {n} (someone who intrudes) :: intruso {m}
intrusion {n} (forcible entry) :: intrusão {f}
intrusive {adj} (tending to intrude) :: intrusivo {m}
intubate {v} (to insert a tube into) :: entubar
intuit {v} (to know intuitively) :: intuir
intuition {n} (immediate cognition without the use of rational processes) :: intuição {f}
intuition {n} (perceptive insight gained by the use of this faculty) :: intuição {f}
intuitive {adj} (automatic, without requiring conscious thought) :: intuitivo
in turn {prep} (one after the other; successively) :: por vez
in turn {prep} (in response, in return) :: por vez
in turn {prep} (having a relationship sequentially comparable to one just mentioned) :: por vez, por sua vez
in two days {prep} (day after tomorrow) SEE: day after tomorrow ::
Inuit {n} (the people) :: inuítes {m-p}
Inuit {prop} (the language) :: inuíte {m}
Inuit {adj} (of or pertaining to Inuit people, language, or culture) :: inuíte
Inuktitut {prop} (language) :: inuktitut {m}
inundate {v} (to cover with large amounts of water) :: inundar
inundate {v} (to overwhelm) :: inundar
inundation {n} (act of inundating) :: inundação {f}
inutility {n} (uselessness) SEE: uselessness ::
invade {v} (to move into) :: invadir
invade {v} (to enter by force in order to conquer) :: invadir
invade {v} (to infest or overrun) :: invadir, infestar
invader {n} (one who invades; an assailant; an encroacher; an intruder) :: invasor {m}
in vain {adv} (without success) :: em vão, inutilmente
invalid {adj} (not valid) :: inválido
invalid {n} (sick person) :: inválido {m}
invaluable {adj} (of great value) :: inestimável
invariable {adj} (not variable) :: invariável
invariant {adj} (that does not vary) :: invariante, constante
invariant {adj} (that is not affected by a specified operation) :: invariante
invariant {n} (invariant quantity, function etc.) :: invariante {m} {f}
invasion {n} (military action) :: invasão {f}
invasive {adj} (invading a foreign country) :: de invasivo
invasive {adj} (in medicine) :: invasivo
invent {v} (design a new process or mechanism) :: inventar
invented {adj} (imaginary) SEE: imaginary ::
invented {adj} (fictional, made up) :: inventado
inventio {n} (the method used for the discovery of arguments) :: invenção {f}
invention {n} (something invented) :: invenção {f}
invention {n} (act of inventing) :: invenção {f}
invention {n} (capacity to invent) :: invenção {f}, inventividade {f}
invention {n} (small self-contained musical composition) :: invenção {f}
inventive {adj} (of, or relating to invention) :: inventivo
inventive {adj} (creative, or skilful at inventing) :: inventivo, engenhoso
inventor {n} (inventor) :: inventor {m}, inventora {f}
inventorize {v} (to make an inventory of) SEE: inventory ::
inventory {n} (stock of an item on hand at a particular location or business) :: inventário {m}, existências {f-p} [Portugal]
inventory {n} (detailed list of all of the items on hand) :: inventário {m}
inventory {n} (process of producing or updating such a list) :: inventário {m}
inventory {v} (to take stock of the resources or items on hand; to produce an inventory) :: inventariar, fazer o inventário
Inverness {prop} (city in Scotland) :: Inverness {f}
inverse function {n} (function that reverses the mapping action of a given function) :: função inversa {f}
inverse image {n} (set of points) :: imagem inversa {f}, imagem recíproca {f}
inversion {n} (deviation from standard word order by putting the predicate before the subject, in questions with auxiliary verbs and for the purpose of emphasis) :: inversão {f}
invert {n} (homosexual) SEE: homosexual ::
invert {v} (turn upside down or inside out) :: inverter
invertebrate {n} (animal without backbone) :: invertebrado {m}
invertebrate {adj} (lacking backbone) :: invertebrado
invertible {adj} ((mathematics) which has an inverse) :: invertível
invest {v} (to envelop, wrap, cover) :: cobrir
invest {v} (to commit resources in the hope of financial gain) :: investir
invest {v} (to spend money, time, effort into sthg) :: investir
invest {v} (to ceremonially install into office) :: investir
invest {v} (to formally give power) :: investir
invest {v} (to lay siege to) :: cercar, sitiar, assediar
invest {v} (to make investments) :: investir
invest {v} (to clothe or wrap with garments) SEE: clothe ::
investigable {adj} (capable of being investigated) :: investigável, averiguável
investigate {v} (to inquire into, study) :: investigar
investigate {v} (to examine) :: investigar, examinar
investigate {v} (to conduct an inquiry or examination) :: investigar
investigation {n} (the act of investigating) :: investigação {f}
investigator {n} (one who investigates) :: investigador {m}
investment {n} (placement of capital in expectation of deriving income or profit from its use) :: investimento {m}, investimentos {m-p}, aposta {f}
investor {n} (person who invests money in order to make a profit) :: investidor {m}
inveterate {adj} (malignant) SEE: malignant ::
invincibility {n} (state or quality of being invincible) :: invencibilidade {f}
invincible {adj} (impossible to defeat, destroy or kill) :: invencível
invincible {n} (someone who cannot be defeated, destroyed or killed) :: invencível {m}
in vino veritas {proverb} (in wine, there is truth) SEE: in wine, there is truth ::
inviolable {adj} (not violable; not to be infringed) :: inviolável
inviolable {adj} (incapable of being injured or invaded) :: inviolável
invisibility {n} (the state of being invisible) :: invisibilidade {f}
invisible {adj} (unable to be seen) :: invisível
invisibly {adv} (in a way that can not be seen) :: invisivelmente
invitation {n} (act of inviting) :: convite {m}, invitação {f}
invitation {n} (document or spoken words conveying the message by which one is invited) :: convite {m}
invite {v} (ask for the presence or participation of someone) :: convidar
invite {v} (request formally) :: convidar
invite {n} ((informal) invitation) :: convite {m}
invite {v} (encourage) SEE: encourage ::
in vitro {adj} (adjective: in an artificial environment outside the living organism) :: in vitro
invocational {adj} (of or relating to invocation) :: invocacional
invoice {n} (bill) :: fatura {f}
invoice {v} (to bill) :: faturar, cobrar
invoke {v} (call upon someone for help etc.) :: invocar
involuntary {adj} (without intention; unintentional) :: involuntário {m}
involuntary {adj} (not voluntary or willing) :: involuntário {m}
involve {v} (To envelop completely) :: envolver
involve {v} (To envelop, infold, entangle, or embarrass) :: envolver
involve {v} (To engage thoroughly) :: envolver
involve {v} ((Mathematics): To raise to any assigned power) :: elevar
involved {adj} (complicated) SEE: complicated ::
involved {adj} (associated with others, be or be made a participant) :: envolvido {m}
involved {adj} (having an affair with someone) :: envolvido {m}
involvement {n} (the act of involving or state of being involved) :: envolvimento {m}
in wine, there is truth {proverb} (one tells the truth under the influence of alcohol) :: no vinho a verdade
in your dreams {phrase} (in your dreams) :: nem sonhando
Io {prop} (mythology) :: Io {f}
Io {prop} (moon of Jupiter) :: Io {f}
iodine {n} (element) :: iodo
iodine {n} (antiseptic) :: iodo {m}
iodize {v} (to treat with iodine) :: iodar
ion {n} (atom or group of atoms bearing an electrical charge) :: íon {m}, ião {m}
Ionia {prop} ((historical) Ancient Greek settlement in Asia Minor) :: Iónia {f} [Portugal], Iônia {f} [Brazil]
Ionian Sea {prop} (European sea) :: Mar Jônico
ionic {adj} (of, relating to, or containing ions) :: iónico [Portugal], iônico [Brazil]
ionization {n} (any process that leads to dissociation) :: ionização {f}
ionosphere {n} (part of Earth's atmosphere) :: ionosfera {f}
iota {n} (Greek letter) :: iota {m}
iota {n} (small quantity) :: pingo {m}
iotation {n} (process occurring in Slavic languages or elsewhere) :: iotacismo {m}
Iowa {prop} (A state in Midwest in US) :: Iowa
IPA {n} (International Phonetic Alphabet) :: AFI
IP address {n} (number assigned to each computer's network interface) :: endereço IP
ipecacuanha {n} (flowering plant) :: ipecacuanha {f}
iPhone {n} (device) :: iPhone {m}
iPod {n} (device) :: iPod {m}
IQ {n} (abbreviation of intelligence quotient) :: QI {m}
Iraklion {prop} (The capital city of Crete) :: Heraclião {f}
Iran {prop} (country in Western Asia) :: Irã {m}
Irani {adj} (Iranian) SEE: Iranian ::
Irani {n} (Iranian) SEE: Iranian ::
Iranian {n} (person from Iran or of Iranian descent) :: iraniano {m}
Iranian {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Iran, the people or Iranian languages) :: iraniano
Iraq {prop} (country) :: Iraque
Iraqi {n} (person from Iraq) :: iraquiano {m}
Iraqi {adj} (from or pertaining to Iraq) :: iraquiano
irascible {adj} (prone to anger) :: irascível, irritável
ire {n} (great anger) :: ira {f}
Ireland {prop} (island) :: Irlanda {f}
Irene {prop} (female given name) :: Irene, Iria
iridium {n} (chemical element) :: irídio {m}
iris {n} (plant of the genus Iris) :: íris {m}
iris {n} (part of the eye) :: íris {m}
Iris {prop} (Greek messenger of the gods) :: Íris {f}
Iris {prop} (female given name) :: Íris
Irish {n} (the language) :: irlandês {m}, gaélico {m}
Irish {n} (the people) :: irlandeses {p}
Irish {n} :: Irlandês {m}, Irlandesa {f}, Irlandeses {m-p}, Irlandesas {f-p}
Irish {adj} (pertaining to or originating from Ireland or the Irish people) :: irlandês
Irish {adj} (pertaining to the language) :: irlandês
Irishman {n} (man from Ireland) :: irlandês {m}
Irish Sea {prop} (a sea between the islands of Great Britain and Ireland) :: Mar da Irlanda {m}
Irish setter {n} (a breed of gun dog) :: setter irlandês {m}
Irish terrier {n} (breed of large rough-haired dog) :: irishterrie {m} {f}
Irish Wolfhound {n} (Irish Wolfhound) :: lebrel irlandês {m}, wolfhound irlandês {m}
Irishwoman {n} (woman from Ireland) :: irlandesa {f}
irk {v} (to irritate; annoy; bother) :: aborrecer
Irkutsk {prop} (city in Siberia) :: Irkutsk {f}
iron {adj} (made of iron) :: de ferro, férreo
iron {adj} (strong, inflexible) :: ferrenho
iron {v} (to pass an iron over clothing) :: passar, passar a ferro, engomar
iron {n} (shackles) SEE: shackles ::
iron {n} (element) :: ferro {m}
iron {n} (for pressing clothes) :: ferro {m}, ferro de passar {m}, ferro de passar roupa {m}, ferro de engomar {m}
Iron Age {prop} (archaeology) :: idade do ferro {f}, Idade do Ferro {f}
Iron Age {prop} (mythology) :: idade do ferro {f}, Idade do Ferro {f}
ironclad {n} (armor-plated warship) :: encouraçado, couraçado
iron curtain {n} (barrier in theatre) :: cortina de ferro {f}
iron curtain {n} (impenetrable barrier) :: cortina de ferro {f}
Iron Curtain {prop} (the dividing line between western Europe and the Soviet controlled regions) :: Cortina de Ferro {f}
iron fist {n} (ruthless control) :: punho de ferro {m}
ironic {adj} (characterized by irony) :: irónico [Portugal], irônico [Brazil]
ironically {adv} (In an ironic manner) :: ironicamente
ironing {n} (act of pressing clothes with an iron) :: passagem a ferro {f}
ironing board {n} (a long board on which one can iron) :: tábua de passar roupa {f}
iron maiden {n} (torture device) :: dama de ferro {f}, donzela de ferro {f}, virgem de ferro {f}
iron ore {n} (ore containing iron) :: minério de ferro {m}
ironsmith {n} (blacksmith) SEE: blacksmith ::
ironwood {n} (any of a number of tree species known for having a particularly solid wood) :: pau-ferro {m}
irony {n} (statement that may mean the opposite of what is written literally) :: ironia {f}
irony {n} (condition contrary to expectations) :: ironia {f}
irony {adj} (of or pertaining to iron) :: ferroso
Iroquois {n} (hairdo) SEE: Mohawk ::
Iroquois {n} (a person belonging to an Iroquois tribe) :: iroquês {m}, iroquesa {f}
Iroquois {n} (confederacy of five Native American tribes) :: iroqueses {m-p}
Iroquois {prop} (any of the Iroquois languages) :: iroquês {m}
irrational {adj} (unfounded or nonsensical) :: irracional
irrational {adj} (mathematics: of a number) :: irracional
irrationality {n} (want of reason) :: irracionalidade
irrational number {n} (real number that is not rational) :: número irracional {m}
Irrawaddy {prop} (river that flows through Burma) :: Irrawaddy {m}, Irrawady {m}, Irawaddy {m}, Irauadi {m}
irrecoverable {adj} (irremediable) SEE: irremediable ::
irrecoverable {adj} (incapable of being recovered) :: irrecuperável
irredentism {n} (an annexation doctrine) :: irredentismo {m}
irrefragable {adj} (indisputable, clearly right) :: irrefragável
irrefutable {adj} (undeniable, unable to be disproved) :: irrefutável
irregular {adj} (non-standard) :: irregular
irregular {adj} (in grammar, applied to verbs) :: irregular
irregular {adj} (lacking uniformity) :: irregular, desigual, assimétrico
irregularity {n} (instance being irregular) :: irregularidade {f}
irregularity {n} (state or condition of being irregular) :: irregularidade {f}
irregularity {n} (object or event that is not regular) :: irregularidade {f}
irregularity {n} (violation of rules) :: irregularidade {f}
irregular verb {n} (verb that does not follow the normal rules for its conjugation) :: verbo irregular {m}
irrelevance {n} (lack of relationship with the topic at hand, lack of importance) :: irrelevância {f}
irrelevant {adj} (not related, not applicable, unimportant, not connected) :: irrelevante {m} {f}
irrelevantly {adv} (in an irrelevant manner) :: irrelevantemente
irreligious {adj} (contrary to religious beliefs and practices) :: irreligioso
irreligious {adj} (rejecting religion consciously) :: irreligioso
irreligious {adj} (having no relation to religion) :: irreligioso
irremediable {adj} (unable to be remedied) :: irremediável
irremediably {adv} (in an irremediable way) :: irremediavelmente
irreparable {adj} (that is unable to be repaired) :: irreparável
irreplaceable {adj} (that cannot be replaced) :: insubstituível
irreplicable {adj} (incapable of being replicated) :: irreplicável
irrepressible {adj} (Not containable or controllable) :: irreprimível
irreproachable {adj} (free from blame) :: irreprochável
irresistible {adj} (not able to be resisted) :: irresistível
irresistibly {adv} (in an irresistible manner) :: irresistivelmente
irresponsible {adj} (lacking a sense of responsibility) :: irresponsável
irresponsible {adj} (not responsible; not subject to responsibility) :: irresponsável
irresponsibly {adv} (in an irresponsible manner) :: irresponsavelmente
irreverent {adj} (lacking respect or seriousness) :: irreverente
irreverent {adj} (courageous, straightforward, having mass appeal, but likely to offend) :: irreverente
irreversible {adj} (incapable of being reversed) :: irreversível
irreversible {adj} (incapable of being reversed, recalled, repealed, or annulled) :: irreversível
irrevocable {adj} (unable to be retracted or reversed) :: irrevocável
irrigate {v} (to supply farmland with water) :: irrigar
irrigation {n} (The act or process of irrigating) :: irrigação {f}
irritable bowel syndrome {n} (functional disorder causing the nerves and muscles of the large intestine to be oversensitive) :: síndrome do cólon irritável {f}
irritate {v} (to cause or induce displeasure or irritation) :: irritar
Irtysh {prop} (river in Siberia) :: Irtish {m}, Irtysh {m}
is {v} :: é, está
Isaac {prop} (son of Abraham and Sarah) :: Isaque
Isaac {prop} (male given name) :: Isaque {m}
Isabel {prop} (female given name) :: Isabel
Isabella {prop} (female given name) SEE: Isabel ::
Isaiah {prop} (book of the Bible) :: Isaías {m}
Isaiah {prop} (prophet) :: Isaías {m}
Isaiah {prop} (male given name) :: Isaías {m}
is anyone here a doctor {phrase} (is anyone here a doctor?) :: alguém aqui é médico?
ISBN {n} (International Standard Book Number) :: Número Padrão Internacional de Livro {m}
ischemia {n} (local anemia) :: isquemia
ischemic {adj} (characteristic of, or accompanied by ischemia) :: isquêmico [Brazil], isquémico [Portugal]
Ischia {prop} (island) :: Ísquia {f}
ischium {n} (the lowest of three bones of the pelvis) :: ísquio {m}
ISDN {n} (integrated services digital network) :: RDSI
-ise {suffix} (-ize) SEE: -ize ::
Isernia {prop} (town) :: Isérnia
Isfahan {prop} (city in Iran) :: Isfahan {f}, Ispahan {f}, Esfahan {f}
Ishmael {prop} (eldest son of Abraham) :: Ismael {m}
Ishmael {prop} (male given name) :: Ismael {m}
ISIL {prop} (ISIS) SEE: ISIS ::
Isis {prop} (ancient Egyptian goddess of fertility) :: Ísis {f}
ISIS {prop} (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) :: ISIS {m}
is it going to rain {phrase} (is it going to rain) :: será que vai chover?
is it safe here {phrase} (is it safe here?) :: aqui é seguro?
Islam {prop} (religion) :: islã {m}, islão {m}, islame {m}
Islamabad {prop} (the capital of Pakistan) :: Islamabad {f}
Islamic {adj} (Adjectival form of Islam) :: islâmico {m}, muçulmano
Islamic fundamentalism {n} (movement towards Islamic conservatism) :: fundamentalismo islâmico {m}
Islamic Republic of Iran {prop} (full, official name of Iran) :: República Islâmica do Irão {f} [Portugal], República Islâmica do Irã {f} [Brazil]
Islamic Republic of Pakistan {prop} (Islamic Republic of Pakistan) :: República Islâmica do Paquistão
Islamic State {prop} (jihadist group, see also: IS) :: Estado Islâmico {m}
Islamic State {prop} (proclaimed caliphate) :: Estado Islâmico {m}
Islamism {n} (Islamic fundamentalism) :: islamismo {m}
Islamization {n} (the conversion of a society to Islam) :: islamização {f}
Islamophobe {n} (a person who fears or hates Islam and Muslims) :: islamófobo {m}, islamófoba {f}, islamofóbico {m}, islamofóbica {f}
Islamophobia {n} (The fear or hatred of Islam or Muslims) :: islamofobia {f}
island {n} (area of land completely surrounded by water) :: ilha {f}
island {n} (entity surrounded by other entities that are very different from itself) :: ilha {f}
island {v} (make into an island) :: ilhar
island {v} (isolate) :: isolar
islander {n} (person who lives on an island) :: ilhéu {m}, ilhoa {f}
island state {n} (state consisting of one or more islands) :: estado insular {m}
isle {n} (isle) SEE: island ::
Isle of Man {prop} (island) :: Ilha de Man
Isle of Wight {prop} (island and county off the south coast of England) :: Ilha de Wight {f}
islet {n} (small island) :: ilhota {f}, ínsua {f}
-ism {suffix} (a principle, belief or movement) :: -ismo {m}
ism {n} (ideology, system of thought or practice) :: ismo {m}
isn't it so {phrase} (isn't it so?) :: não é?, né?
isobutane {n} (a hydrocarbon: C4H10) :: isobutano {m}
isoform {n} :: isoforma
isogloss {n} (line indicating geographical boundaries of a linguistic feature) :: isoglossa {f}
isolate {v} (transitive: to set apart or cut off from others) :: isolar
isolate {n} (something that has been isolated) :: isolado {m}
isolated {adj} (in isolation) :: isolado {m}, isolada {f}
isolation {n} (state of being isolated) :: isolamento {m}, isolação {f}
isolation {n} (act of isolating) :: isolação {f}, isolamento {m}
isolation {n} (diplomacy: state of not having diplomatic relations) :: isolamento {m}
isolation {n} (chemistry: separation of a component from a mixture) :: isolamento {m}
isolation {n} (medicine: separation of a patient from others) :: isolamento {m}
isolation {n} (computing: visibility of concurrent transactions) :: isolamento {m}
isolationism {n} (policy of non-interaction) :: isolacionismo {m}
isomer {n} (chemistry: compounds) :: isômero {m}
isometry {n} (A function) :: isometria {f}
isomorphic {adj} ((mathematics) related by an isomorphism) :: isomorfo, isomórfico
isomorphism {n} (the similarity in form of organisms of different ancestry) :: isomorfismo {m}
isomorphism {n} (bidirectionally structure-preserving bijection) :: isomorfismo {m}
isopod {n} (crustacean of the order Isopoda) :: isópode {m}, isópodo {m}
isoprene {n} (isoprene) :: isopreno {m}
isosceles {adj} (having two sides of equal length, used especially of an isosceles triangle) :: isósceles, isóscele
isosceles triangle {n} (triangle having two sides equal) :: triânguloisóceles {m}
isotherm {n} (line representing equal or constant temperature) :: isoterma {f}
isothermal {n} (isotherm) SEE: isotherm ::
isotonic {adj} (having the same osmotic pressure) :: isotónico [Portugal], isotônico [Brazil]
isotope {n} (atoms of the same element having a different number of neutrons) :: isótopo {m}
isotopy {n} ((mathematics) form of homotopy) :: isotopia {f}
isotropic {adj} (having properties which are equivalent in all directions) :: isotrópico
Israel {prop} (the state) :: Israel
Israel {prop} (Biblical: name given to Jacob) :: Israel {m}
Israel {prop} (given name) :: Israel {m}
Israeli {n} (person from Israel or of Israeli descent) :: israelense {m} {f}
Israeli {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Israel, the Israeli people) :: israelense {mf}, israelita {mf}
Israelite {n} (native or inhabitant of Israel) :: israelita {mf}
Israelite {n} (descendant of Jacob) :: israelita {mf}
Issachar {prop} (ninth son of Jacob) :: Issacar {m}
ISSN {n} (International Standard Serial Number) :: Número Internacional Normalizado para Publicações Seriadas {m}, Número Internacional Normalizado das Publicações em Série {m}
issuance {n} (act of issuing) :: emissão {f}
issue {n} (act of flowing out) :: fluxo
issue {n} (act of sending out) :: emissão {f}, envio {m}
issue {n} (something flowing or sent out) :: emissão, tiragem
issue {n} (legal term for offspring) :: descendente {m} {f}
issue {n} (conclusion) :: resultado, fim
issue {n} (contested point in a dispute or debate) :: problema {m}, ponto de debate {m}, questão {f}
issue {n} (problem or concern) :: problema {m}, questão {f}
-ist {suffix} (One who follows a particular ideology, doctrine, belief system or theory) :: -ista {m} {f}
-ista {suffix} (follower) SEE: -ist ::
Istanbul {prop} (largest city of Turkey and last capital of Ottoman Empire) :: Istambul
is there any problem {phrase} (is there any problem?) :: algum problema?
isthmus {n} (narrow strip of land) :: istmo {m}
Istria {prop} (peninsula in the Adriatic) :: Ístria {f}
Istriot {prop} (Romance language spoken in western Istria) :: istriota {m}
Istro-Romanian {prop} (language) :: istro-romeno {m}
it {pron} (subject — inanimate thing) :: ele {m}, ela {f}, isso {n} (often not translated)
it {pron} (object) :: o {m}, a {f}
it {pron} (subject of impersonal statement) :: Not used in Portuguese
IT {initialism} (information technology) :: TI
IT {initialism} (information technology) SEE: information technology ::
Italian {adj} (of or pertaining to Italy) :: italiano, ítalo, itálico
Italian {adj} (of or pertaining to Italians) :: italiano, ítalo, itálico
Italian {adj} (of or pertaining to the Italian language) :: italiano
Italian {n} (inhabitant of Italy) :: italiano {m}, italiana {f}, ítalo {m}, itálico {m}
Italian {n} (language) :: italiano
Italianism {n} :: italianismo {m}
Italianization {prop} (process of forced assimilation into the Italian culture) :: italianização {f}
Italianize {v} (transitive) :: italianizar
Italianize {v} (intransitive) :: italianizar-se
Italianness {n} (quality of being Italian) :: italianidade {f}
Italian oak {n} (Quercus frainetto, an oak native to southeastern Europe) :: carvalho húngaro {m}
Italian Peninsula {prop} (peninsula) :: Península Itálica {f}, Península Apenina {f}, Itália {f}
Italian Republic {prop} (official name of Italy) :: República Italiana {f}
italic {adj} (having a slant to the right) :: itálico
italic {n} (typeface whose letters slant to the right) :: itálico {m}
italics {n} (italic) SEE: italic ::
Italophile {n} :: italófilo {m}, italófila {f}
italophone {adj} (Italian-speaking) :: italófono
italophone {n} (Italian speaker) :: italófono {m}, italófona {f}
Italy {prop} (European country) :: Itália {f}
it can't be helped {phrase} (it is inevitable) :: não o que fazer
itch {n} (a sensation felt on an area of the skin that causes a person or animal to want to scratch) :: coceira {f} [Brazil], comichão {f} [Portugal], prurido
itch {n} (a desire) :: prurido
itch {v} (to feel the need to scratch) :: coçar, comichar, prurir, pruir
itch {v} (to want or desire) :: querer, desejar
itchy {adj} (having or creating an itch) :: comichoso
it depends {phrase} (it depends) :: depende
it doesn't matter {phrase} (it doesn't matter) :: não interessa, não importa
-ite {suffix} (a follower or adherent of a specified person) :: -ita {m} {f}, -ista {m} {f}
-ite {suffix} (a descendant of a specified historical person) :: -ita {m} {f}
-ite {suffix} (used to form names of minerals and rocks) :: -ite {f}, -ita {f}, -ito
-ite {suffix} (a native or resident of a specified place) :: -ita {m} {f}
I tell a lie {phrase} (I am mistaken) :: minto
item {n} (distinct physical object) :: item {m}
item {n} (matter for discussion in an agenda) :: item {m}
item of clothing {n} (garment) SEE: garment ::
iterability {n} (the capacity to be repeatable) :: reiterabilidade
iterative {adj} (of a procedure that involves repetition) :: iterativo
Ithaca {prop} (island) :: Ítaca {f}
Ithacan {adj} (from, or pertaining to Ithaca) :: ítaco, itacense
Ithacan {n} (inhabitant of Ithaca) :: ítaco {m}, itacense {m} {f}
I think so {phrase} (I think so) :: acho que sim, penso que sim
I think therefore I am {phrase} (philosophical proof of existence) :: penso, logo existo
ithyphallic {adj} (of or pertaining to the erect phallus) :: itifálico
itinerant {adj} (travelling from place to place) :: itinerante
itinerant {n} (One who travels from place to place) :: itinerante {m} {f}
itinerary {n} (route or proposed route of a journey) :: linha {f}, itinerário {m}
-itis {suffix} (suffix denoting diseases characterized by inflammation) :: -ite {f}
it never rains but it pours {proverb} (unfortunate events occur in quantity) :: um mal nunca vem só, uma desgraça nunca vem sozinha, uma desgraça nunca vem só (a misfortune never comes alone)
I told you {phrase} (I told you) :: eu te disse
I told you so {phrase} (told you so!) :: eu te avisei
it's {contraction} (it is) :: é
it's {contraction} (it has) :: tem
its {determiner} (belonging to it) :: seu, sua, dele {m}, dela {f}
its {pron} (that which belongs to it) :: seu, dele {m}, dela {f}
it's about time {interj} (expression of impatience) :: já era hora, já era tempo
it's all Greek to me {phrase} (I don't understand any of this) :: para mim você está falando grego (you are speaking Greek to me)
it's an emergency {phrase} (it's an emergency) :: é uma emergência
it's a pleasure {phrase} (you're welcome) SEE: you're welcome ::
it's cold outside {phrase} (it's cold outside (weather)) :: faz frio lá fora, está frio lá fora
itself {pron} ((reflexive) it) :: se, a si mesmo
itself {pron} ((emphatic) it) :: ele/ela mesmo
it's raining {phrase} (it's raining) :: está chovendo
it's snowing {phrase} (it's snowing) :: neva, está a nevar [Portugal], está nevando [Brazil]
it's the thought that counts {proverb} (when giving someone a present or doing a favour for someone, the kindness is more important than any other consideration) :: o que conta é a intenção
it's too expensive {phrase} (it's too expensive) :: é muito caro
-itude {suffix} (suffix) :: -itude {f}, -idão {f}
it was delicious {phrase} (phrase said to compliment a meal after eating it) :: estava delicioso
-ity {suffix} (Used to form nouns from adjectives.) :: -idade {f}, -dade {f}
Ivalo {prop} (village in Northern Finland) :: Ivalo {f}
Ivan {prop} (male given name) :: Ivan {m}, Ivã {m}
Ivanovich {prop} (patronymic) :: Ivânovitch {m}
Ivanovo {prop} (city in Russia) :: Ivanovo {f}
-ive {suffix} (adjectival suffix: of the nature of; tending to) :: -ivo
I've {contraction} (I have) :: (eu) tenho
I've been raped {phrase} (I've been raped) :: fui estuprado {m}, fui estuprada {f}
I've been robbed {phrase} (I've been robbed) :: roubaram-me, me roubaram, eu fui roubado {m}, eu fui roubada {f}, fui roubado {m}, fui roubada {f}
I've been shot {phrase} (I've been shot) :: levei um tiro
I've burned myself {phrase} (I've burned myself) :: eu me queimei, me queimei
I've lost my keys {phrase} (I lost my keys) SEE: I lost my keys ::
Ivo {prop} (male given name) :: Ivo
Ivorian {n} (a person from Côte d'Ivoire or of Ivorian descent) :: marfinense, costa-marfinense
Ivorian {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Côte d'Ivoire) :: marfinense, costa-marfinense
ivory {n} (material) :: marfim {m}
ivory {adj} (made of ivory) :: ebóreo {m}, ebúrneo {m}, de marfim
Ivory Coast {prop} (Côte d'Ivoire) SEE: Côte d'Ivoire ::
ivory tower {n} (overly-academic perspective) :: torre de marfim {f}
ivy {n} (plant) :: hera {f}
I want to go to the toilet {phrase} (I want to go to the toilet) :: quero ir ao banheiro
I want to know {phrase} (I want to know) :: quero saber
I was born in ... {phrase} (I was born in ... (year)) :: (eu) nasci em ...
I was born in ... {phrase} (I was born in ... (place name)) :: (eu) nasci em ...
I wish {phrase} (I would very much like that to be so) :: oxalá, quem me dera
Iwo Jima {prop} (an island in Japan) :: Iwo Jima {f}
Ixion {prop} (king of Lapiths) :: Ixião {m}
Ixion {prop} (a Kuiper Belt object) :: Ixião {m}
-ization {suffix} (act, process, or result of doing something) :: -ização
-ize {suffix} (suffix used to form verbs) :: -izar
Izhevsk {prop} (capital of Udmurtia) :: Izhevsk {f}
Île-de-France {prop} (region) :: Ilha de França {f}