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jab {n} (medical injection)  :: pica {f}, injecção {f}, injeção {f}
Jabberwock {prop} (fantastical monster)  :: Jaguadarte
jabiru {n} (Jabiru mycteria)  :: jaburu, jabiru, tuiuiú
jacaranda {n} (tree)  :: jacarandá
jack {n} (device for raising and supporting a heavy object)  :: macaco {m}
jack {n} (playing card)  :: valete {m}
jack {n} (male ass)  :: burro {m}
jack {n} (surface mounted connector)  :: jack {m}
jack {v} (steal)  :: roubar
jack {n} (knave) SEE: knave  ::
jack {n} (freshwater pike) SEE: pike  ::
Jack {prop} (pet name of John)  :: João {m}, Jacó {m}
jackal {n} (wild canine)  :: chacal {m}
jackass {n} (male donkey)  :: burro {m}, jegue {m}, asno {m}
jackass {n} (foolish or stupid person)  :: idiota {m}, asno {m}, burro
jackdaw {n} (Coloeus monedula)  :: gralha de nuca cinzenta
jacket {n} (piece of clothing worn on the upper body outside a shirt or blouse)  :: jaqueta {f}
jacket {n} (piece of a person's suit)  :: paletó {m}
jacket {n} (removable or replaceable protective or insulating cover for an object)  :: revestimento {m}
jackfruit {n} (jackfruit tree)  :: jaqueira {f}
jackfruit {n} (the fruit)  :: jaca {f}
jackhammer {n} (portable percussive drill device)  :: britadeira {f}
jack of all trades {n} (one competent in many endeavors)  :: pau pra toda obra, homem dos sete ofícios {m}
jack of all trades, master of none {n} (person who has a competent grasp of many skills)  :: pau para toda obra [Brazil, wood for every construction]
jackpot {n} (accumulating money prize pool)  :: bolo {m}, bolão {m}, bolada {f}
Jack the Ripper {prop} (19th century murderer)  :: Jack, o Estripador {m}
Jacob {prop} (one of the sons of Isaac and Rebecca)  :: Jacó
Jacob {prop} (male given name (the standard form))  :: Jaime {m}
jacquerie {n} (a violent revolt by peasants)  :: jaqueria {f}
jade {n} (gem)  :: jade {m}
jaded {adj} (Worn out, wearied, or lacking enthusiasm; exhausted)  :: esgotado, exausto
jaded {adj} (Cynically insensitive; made callous by experience)  :: cínico, calejado
jaeger {n} (rifle) SEE: rifle  ::
Jaffa {prop} (Jaffa)  :: Jafa {f}
Jaffna {prop} (city)  :: Jaffna {f}
jaggery {n} (traditional unrefined sugar)  :: açúcar mascavo
jaguar {n} (Panthera onca)  :: jaguar {m}, onça {f}
jaguarundi {n} (wild cat)  :: jaguarundi {m}, gato-mourisco {m}
Jah {prop} (God) SEE: God  ::
Jahannam {prop} (Islamic concept of hell)  :: Geena {f}
jail {n} (place for short-term confinement for those convicted of minor offenses or with reference to some future judicial proceeding)  :: cadeia, cárcere {m}
jail {v} (imprison) SEE: imprison  ::
jailbait {n} (person below the age of consent for sexual activity)  :: chave de cadeia, pita
jailer {n} (one who guards inmates)  :: carcereiro {m}, carcereira {f}
jailkeeper {n} (jailer) SEE: jailer  ::
Jainism {prop} (religion and philosophy)  :: jainismo {m}
Jaipur {prop} (capital of Rajasthan, India)  :: Jaipur {f}
Jair {prop} (given name)  :: Jair {m}
Jakarta {prop} (capital of Indonesia)  :: Jacarta {f}
Jalalabad {prop} (a city in eastern Afghanistan)  :: Jalalabad
jalebi {n}  :: jalebi
jalopy {n} (old, dilapidated car)  :: calhambeque {m}
jalousie {n} (window slats which form a blind or shutter)  :: gelosia {f}
jam {n} (sweet mixture of fruit boiled with sugar)  :: geleia {f}, compota {f}
jam {n} (blockage, congestion)  :: congestionamento {m}
jam {n} (impromptu informal performance)  :: jam session {f}
jam {n} (difficult situation)  :: aperto {m}
jam {v} (to force something into a space)  :: enfiar
jam {v} (to cause congestion or blockage)  :: congestionar
jam {v} (to block or confuse a broadcast signal)  :: interferir
Jamaica {prop} (country in the Caribbean)  :: Jamaica
Jamaican {n} (person of Jamaican descent)  :: jamaicano {m}
Jamaican {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Jamaica, the Jamaican people or the Jamaican language)  :: jamaicano {m}
Jamaican Creole {prop} (English-based creole language)  :: crioulo jamaicano {m}
jamboree {n} (rally of Scouts or Guides)  :: jamboree {m}
jambul {n} (fruit)  :: jamelão {m}, jambolão {m}, jalão {m}, joão-bolão {m}, manjelão {m}, baga-de-freira {m}, brinco-de-viúva {m}, guapê {m}
James {prop} (book of the Bible)  :: Tiago {m}
James {prop} (one of two Apostles)  :: Tiago
James {prop} (male given name (the standard form))  :: Diogo, Jaime, Tiago, Iago
James Bond {prop} (fictional British spy)  :: James Bond {m}
jam jar {n} (car) SEE: car  ::
Jammu and Kashmir {prop} (former princely state)  :: Jammu e Caxemira
Jammu and Kashmir {prop} (portion of the territory which is governed by India)  :: Jammu e Caxemira
Jane {prop} (feminine form of John)  :: Joana {f}
janissary {n} (former Turkish soldier)  :: janízaro
janitor {n} (caretaker)  :: zelador {m}
janitor {n} (doorman)  :: porteiro {m}
Jan Mayen {prop} (Norwegian territory)  :: Jan Mayen
January {prop} (first month of the Gregorian calendar)  :: janeiro {m}
Janus {prop} (Roman god of doorways, gates and transitions)  :: Jano
Janus {prop} (moon of Saturn)  :: Jano
Jap {n} (alternative term for Japanese)  :: japa {m} {f}
Japan {prop} (a country in East Asia)  :: Japão {m}
Japanese {adj} (of or relating to Japan)  :: japonês, nipônico
Japanese {n} (person of Japan)  :: japonês {m}; japonesa {f}
Japanese {prop} (Japanese language)  :: japonês {m}
Japanese lantern {n} (bladder cherry) SEE: bladder cherry  ::
Japanese macaque {n} (Macaca fuscata)  :: macaco-japonês {m}
Japaneseness {n} (quality of being Japanese)  :: japonesidade {f}
Japanize {v} (to Nipponize)  :: japonizar
Japanophile {n} (A person who loves Japan)  :: nipófilo {m}
Japanophilia {n} (strong interest in Japan)  :: nipofilia {f}
jape {n} (joke or quip) SEE: joke  ::
Japheth {prop} (third son of Noah)  :: Jafé
jar {n} (small container for food)  :: jarro {m}, jarra {f}
jararaca {n} (Bothrops jararaca)  :: jararaca {f}
jarbua terapon {n} (Terapon jarbua)  :: peixe-zebra violão
Jared {prop} (the biblical descendant of Adam)  :: Jarede {m}
jargon {n} (technical terminology unique to a particular subject)  :: jargão {m}
jargon {n} (language characteristic of a particular group)  :: gíria {f}
jargon {n} (incomprehensible speech)  :: algaravia {f}
jasmine {n} (plant of genus Jasminum)  :: jasmim {m}
jasmine {n} (perfume)  :: jasmim {m}
Jasmine {prop} (female given name)  :: Jasmim {f}
Jason {prop} (leader of Argonauts)  :: Jasão {m}
Jason {prop} (given name)  :: Jasão {m}, Jason {m}
jasper {n} (precious stone)  :: jaspe
Jasper {prop} (male given name; one of the Magi) SEE: Caspar  ::
jaundice {n} (morbid condition)  :: icterícia {f}
Java {prop} (island of Indonesia)  :: Java {f}
Java {prop} (programming language)  :: Java {m}
Javanese {n} (person)  :: javanês {m}, jau {m} {f}
Javanese {prop} (language)  :: javanês {m}, jau {m}
JavaScript {prop} (scripting programming language)  :: JavaScript {m}, Javascript {m}
javelin {n} (spear used as a weapon)  :: dardo
javelin {n} (spear used in athletic competition)  :: dardo {m}
jaw {n} (bone of the jaw)  :: mandíbula {f}
jawbone {n} (bone of the lower jaw)  :: mandíbula {f}, queixo {m}
jawbone {n} (any of the bones in the jaw)  :: mandíbula {f}
jay {n} (bird)  :: gralha {f}, gaio {m}
jay {n} (name of the letter J, j)  :: jota {m}
jazz {n} (musical art form)  :: jazz {m}
jazz {n} (Unspecified thing(s))  :: porcariada {f}, coisarada {f}
jazz {n} (Of excellent quality, the genuine article)  :: suprassumo {m}
jazz {n} (Nonsense)  :: besteira {f}
jazzer {n} (a jazz musician)  :: jazzista {m-f}
J-drama {n} (dorama) SEE: dorama  ::
jealous {adj} (suspecting rivalry in love; fearful of being replaced, in position or in affection)  :: ciumento
jealous {adj} (protective, guarding; careful in the protection of something one has or appreciates)  :: ciumento
jealous {adj} (envious; feeling resentful of someone for a perceived advantage, material or otherwise)  :: invejoso
jealousy {n} (jealous attitude (e.g. fear of infidelity))  :: ciúme, ciúmes
jealousy {n} (close, zealous vigilance, envy)  :: inveja
jeans {n} (denim trousers)  :: jeans {m-p} or {m}, calça-jeans {f}
Jeddah {prop} (city in Saudi Arabia)  :: Gidá
Jedi {n} (one of a fictional order of beings)  :: Jedi {m}
jeep {n} (vehicle)  :: jipe
Jeep {n} (Jeep) SEE: jeep  ::
jeer {n} (railing remark or reflection; scoff; taunt; biting jest; flout; jibe; mockery)  :: zombaria {f}, escárnio {m}
jeer {v} (to scoff or mock)  :: zombar, escarnecer, ridicularizar
Jehovah {prop} (Yahweh) SEE: Yahweh  ::
Jehovah {prop} (transliteration of the Masoretic vocalization of the Tetragrammaton)  :: Jeová {m}
Jehovah {n} (Jehovah's Witness) SEE: Jehovah's Witness  ::
Jehovah's Witness {n} (member of the Jehovah's Witnesses)  :: testemunha de Jeová {f}
Jehovah's Witnesses {n} (denomination)  :: Testemunhas de Jeová {f-p}
jejunum {n} (central of the three divisions of the small intestine)  :: jejuno
jelly {n} (dessert)  :: gelatina
jelly {n} (sweet gelatinous substance derived from fruit juices and pectin)  :: geleia {f}
jelly {n} (jam)  :: doce {m}, chimia {f}
jelly {n} (meat dish)  :: mocotó {m}
jelly bean {n} (small bean-shaped chewy candy)  :: jujuba
jellyfish {n} (aquatic animal)  :: medusa {f}, água-viva {f}, alforreca {f}
jellyroll {n} (cylindrical cake) SEE: Swiss roll  ::
jemmy {v} (cram) SEE: cram  ::
je ne sais quoi {n} (intangible quality that makes something distinctive)  :: não-sei-quê {m}
jenny {n} (female of donkey) SEE: she-ass  ::
jenny-ass {n} (female donkey) SEE: she-ass  ::
jeopardise {v} (jeopardize) SEE: jeopardize  ::
jeopardize {v} (put in jeopardy)  :: pôr em jogo
jeopardy {n} (danger of loss, harm, or failure)  :: perigo
jequirity {n} (Abrus precatorius)  :: jequiriti {m}
jerboa {n} (small rodent)  :: gerbo {m}
Jeremiah {prop} (biblical prophet)  :: Jeremias {m}
Jeremiah {prop} (book of the Bible)  :: Jeremias {m}
Jeremiah {prop} (male given name)  :: Jeremias {m}
Jeremy {prop} (Jeremiah) SEE: Jeremiah  ::
Jericho {prop} (city)  :: Jericó
jerk {n} (sudden, uncontrolled movement)  :: tique {m}, cacoete {m}, trejeito {m}, espasmo {m}
jerk {n} (quick, often unpleasant tug or shake)  :: puxada {f}, sacudida {f}
jerk {n} (unlikable person)  :: estúpido
jerk {v} (intransitive: to make a sudden uncontrolled movement)  :: espasmar
jerk {v} (to cure by cutting into strips and drying)  :: charquear
jerk off {v} (To masturbate)  :: tocar punheta, bater punheta
jerky {n} (Lean meat cured and preserved by cutting into thin strips and air-drying in the sun)  :: charque
Jerome {prop} (male given name)  :: Jerónimo {m} [Portugal], Jerônimo {m} [Brazil]
Jerry {n} (German) SEE: German  ::
jerrycan {n} (pressed-steel fuel container)  :: bidão {m}
jersey {n} (garment knitted from wool, worn over the upper body)  :: malha {f}, jérsei {m}
Jersey {prop} (island)  :: Jersey {f}
Jersey {prop} (cattle)  :: jérsei {m}
Jerusalem {prop} (city)  :: Jerusalém {f}
Jerusalem artichoke {n} (plant and tuber)  :: tupinambor {m}, tupinambo {m}
Jerusalemite {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Jerusalem)  :: hierosolimitano, hierosolimita, jerosolimita, jerosolimitano
Jerusalemite {n} (native or resident of Jerusalem)  :: hierosolimitano, hierosolimita, jerosolimita, jerosolimitano
Jesse {prop} (biblical father of David)  :: Jessé {m}
Jesse {prop} (male given name)  :: Jessé {m}
Jessica {prop} (a female given name)  :: Jéssica {f}
jest {n} (joke)  :: gracejo {m}, piada {f}
jest {v} (to tell a joke)  :: gracejar
jester {n} (person who amused a medieval court) SEE: court jester  ::
Jesuit {n} (member of the Society of Jesus)  :: jesuíta {m}
Jesuitism {n} (the principles and practices of the Jesuits)  :: jesuitismo {m}
Jesus {prop} (the Christian Messiah)  :: Jesus {m}
Jesus {interj} (expletive)  :: Jesus!
Jesus Christ {prop} (Jesus of Nazareth)  :: Jesus Cristo {m}
jet {n} (stream of fluid)  :: jato {m}
jet {n} (spout or nozzle)  :: bocal {m}
jet {n} (coal)  :: azeviche {m}
jet {n} (jet plane) SEE: jet plane  ::
jet-black {adj} (of the blackest black) SEE: pitch-black  ::
jet engine {n} (an engine that develops thrust by ejecting a jet, especially a jet of gaseous combustion products)  :: motor a jato {m}
Jethro {prop} (the father-in-law of Moses)  :: Jetro {m}
Jethro {prop} (male given name)  :: Jetro {m}
jet lag {n} (a physical condition caused by crossing time zones during flight)  :: jet lag {m}
jet pack {n} (Equipment worn on the back for vertical thrust)  :: propulsor a jato {m}, jetpack {m}
jet plane {n} (an airplane that is powered by a jet engine)  :: jato {m}, a jato {m}
jettison {v} (to eject from a boat)  :: deslastrar
jettison {v} (to let go or get rid of)  :: jogar fora, livrar-se de
jetty {n} (wharf) SEE: wharf  ::
jetty {n} (pier) SEE: pier  ::
jetty {n} (structure to influence currents or protect a harbor or beach)  :: quebra-mar {m}
Jew {n} (person of the Jewish faith)  :: judeu {m}, judia {f}
Jew {n} (a person with a Jewish cultural or ancestral connection)  :: judeu {m}, hebreu {m}
jewbush {n} (low-growing tropical American shrub)  :: dois-irmãos {m}, dois-amores {m}, sapatinho-de-judeu {m}, sapatinho-do-diabo {m}, sapatinho-dos-jardins {m}
jewel {n} (gemstone)  :: joia {f}, gema {f}
jewel {n} (valuable object for ornamentation)  :: joia {f}
jewel {n} (anything considered precious or valuable)  :: joia {f}
jewel case {n} (box to hold jewels)  :: porta-joias {m}, guarda-joias {m}
jewel case {n} (CD case)  :: caixa {f}, caixinha {f}
jeweler {n} (a person whose job is making, repairing or selling jewelry)  :: joalheiro {m}
jeweller {n} (jeweller) SEE: jeweler  ::
jewellery {n} (personal ornamentation)  :: joias {f-p}
Jewess {n} (female Jew)  :: judia {f}
Jewish {adj} (Yiddish) SEE: Yiddish  ::
Jewish {adj} (of or relating to a Jew or Jews, their ethnicity, religion or culture)  :: judaico
Jewish Autonomous Oblast {prop} (Jewish autonomous oblast in Russia)  :: Oblast Autônomo Judaico {m}
Jewry {n} (Jews in general, the Jewish population of a locale)  :: judiaria {f}
Jewry {n} (the land of Jews (obsolete)) SEE: Judea  ::
Jew's harp {n} (musical instrument)  :: harpa de boca {f}
Jezebel {prop} (Biblical character Jezebel)  :: Jezabel {f}, Jezebel {f}
Jharkhand {prop} (state in eastern India)  :: Jharkhand {m}
Jiangsu {prop} (Chinese province)  :: Jiangsu {m}
Jiantizi {prop} (Simplified Chinese) SEE: Simplified Chinese  ::
jib {n} (triangular staysail)  :: bujarrona {f}
jib {v} ((horse) to stop, refuse to proceed)  :: empacar
jibe {n} (sailing maneuver)  :: cambada {f}
jibe {v} (to perform a jibe)  :: cambar
Jicarilla {prop} (a native American tribe)  :: Apache Jicarilla {m-p}
jigsaw {n} (A saw with fine teeth and a narrow blade)  :: serra tico-tico {f}, serra de recortes {f}, serra de vaivém {f}
jigsaw {n} (jigsaw puzzle) SEE: jigsaw puzzle  ::
jigsaw puzzle {n} (type of puzzle)  :: quebra-cabeça {m}
jihad {n} (holy war undertaken by Muslims)  :: jihad {m}
jihadist {n} (one who participates in a jihad)  :: jihadista {m} {f}, jihadi {m} {f}
Jilin {prop} (province of China)  :: Jilin {f}
jimsonweed {n} (weed) SEE: thorn apple  ::
jingle {n} (short tune or verse)  :: jingle {m}
jingoism {n} (chauvinism) SEE: chauvinism  ::
jingoism {n} (extreme patriotism in the form of aggressive foreign policy)  :: patrioteirismo {m}, jingoísmo {m}
jingoist {n} (chauvinist) SEE: chauvinist  ::
jinn {n} (spirit)  :: génio {m}, gênio {m} [Brazil], jinn {m}
jinrikisha {n} (rickshaw) SEE: rickshaw  ::
jinriksha {n} (two-wheeled carriage) SEE: rickshaw  ::
jinx {n} (A hex; an evil spell)  :: enguiço {m}, macumba {f}, maldição {f}
jinx {n} (A person or thing supposed to bring bad luck)  :: agourento {m}
jinx {v} (To bring bad luck to)  :: azarar
jism {n} (slang: semen)  :: porra {f}, leite {m}
jitter {n} ((Telecommunications) an abrupt and unwanted variation of signal characteristics)  :: jitter {m}
jittery {adj} (nervy)  :: tenso
jive {v} (be deceptive)  :: engabelar, engambelar
jizz {n} (slang: sperm)  :: porra {f}, gozo {m}
jizz {v} (slang: sperm)  :: esporrar, gozar
JLPT {prop} (Japanese language proficiency test)  :: JLPT
Joachim {prop} (male given name)  :: Joaquim
Joan {prop} (female given name) SEE: Jane  ::
Joanna {prop} (cognates of the given name) SEE: Jane  ::
Joanna {prop} (biblical follower of Jesus)  :: Joana {f}
job {n} (task)  :: tarefa {f}, trabalho {m}, serviço {m}
job {n} (economic role for which a person is paid)  :: trabalho {m}, emprego {m}
job {n} (plastic surgery)  :: plástica {f}
job {n} (computing: task(s) carried out in batch mode)  :: job {m}
job {v} (to do odd jobs)  :: empreitar
Job {prop} (book of the Bible)  ::
Job {prop} (biblical and qur'anic character)  ::
jobless {adj} (lacking employment) SEE: unemployed  ::
Jocelyn {prop} (male given name)  :: Juscelino {m}
jock {n} (jockstrap) SEE: jockstrap  ::
jockey {n} (one who rides racehorses competitively)  :: jóquei {m}, ginete {m}
jock strap {n} (jockstrap) SEE: jockstrap  ::
jockstrap {n} (an athletic supporter)  :: coquilha {f}, suporte atlético {m}
jocular {adj} (humorous, amusing, joking)  :: jocoso
jocund {adj} (jovial, exuberant, lighthearted; merry and in high spirits)  :: jocundo {m}
Joel {prop} (book of the Bible)  :: Joel {m}
Joel {prop} (male given name)  :: Joel {m}
jog {n} (exercise)  :: jogging {m}
jog {v} (to move in an energetic trot)  :: fazer jogging
jogging {n} (form of exercise)  :: jogging {m}
Johannesburg {prop} (a city in South Africa)  :: Joanesburgo
john {n} (outhouse privy)  :: casinha {f}
John {prop} (male given name - the standard or most popular form)  :: João {m}
John {prop} (biblical persons)  :: João {m}
John {prop} (the fourth gospel)  :: João {m}
John {prop} (one of the epistles of John)  :: João {m}
John {prop} (name used to address a man whose name is not known)  :: joão {m}
John Doe {n} (any unknown or anonymous male person)  :: Fulano {m}
John Dory {n} (edible marine fish)  :: peixe-galo {m}, peixe-de-são-pedro {m}
Johnny {prop} (diminutive of John)  :: Joãozinho {m}
Johnny-come-lately {n} (newcomer)  :: novato {m}, recém-chegado {m}
John the Baptist {prop} (biblical prophet)  :: João Batista {m}
joie de vivre {n} (enjoyment of living, zest for life)  :: alegria de viver {f}
join {v} (to combine more than one item into one; to put together)  :: juntar, unir
join {v} (to come together; to meet)  :: juntar-se
join {v} (to come into the company of)  :: juntar-se a
join {v} (to become a member of)  :: juntar-se a, entrar em
join {n} (an intersection of piping or wiring; an interconnect)  :: conexão {f}
join {n} (an intersection of data)  :: junção {f}
joiner {n} (thing that joins)  :: juntador {m}
joiner {n} (maker of wooden furniture)  :: marceneiro {m}
joint {adj} (done by two or more people or organisations working together)  :: conjunto, comum
joint {n} (joint with freedom to rotate)  :: junta {f}, articulação {f}
joint {n} (rigid joint)  :: junta {f}
joint {n} (part of the body where bones join)  :: articulação {f}, junta {f}
joint {n} (point of a rigid joint, means of joining in carpentry)  :: junta {f}
joint {n} (prison)  :: xadrez {m}
joint {n} (marijuana cigarette)  :: baseado {m} [Brasil], beck {m}
joint {v} (to join; connect; unite; combine)  :: juntar
joint {v} (to separate the joints) SEE: disjoint  ::
joint-stock company {n} (company with transferable ownership and limited shareholder liability)  :: empresa de capital aberto {f}
jojoba {n} (Simmondsia chinensis)  :: jojoba {f}
joke {n} (amusing story)  :: piada {f}
joke {n} (something said or done for amusement)  :: brincadeira {f}
joke {n} (worthless thing or person)  :: piada {f}
joke {v} (do for amusement)  :: gracejar
joker {n} (jester) SEE: fool  ::
joker {n} (person who makes jokes)  :: piadista {m} {f}
joker {n} (playing card)  :: curinga {m}, coringa, melé
jolly {adj} (jovial) SEE: jovial  ::
jolt {v} (to push or a shake)  :: sacudir
Jonah {prop} (given name)  :: Jonas {m}
Jonah {prop} (prophet)  :: Jonas
Jonah {prop} (Biblical: a book of the Old Testament)  :: Jonas {m}
Jonah {prop} (tenth sūra of the Qurʾān)  :: Jonas
Jonathan {prop} (biblical character)  :: Jónatas {m} [Portugal], Jônatas {m} [Brazil]
Jonathan {prop} (male given name)  :: Jónatas {m} [Portugal], Jônatas {m} [Brazil], Jonathan {m}
jonquil {n} (Narcissus jonquilla)  :: junquilho {m}
Jordan {prop} (country)  :: Jordânia {f}
Jordan {prop} (river)  :: Jordão {m}
Jordanian {n} (person)  :: jordaniano {m}
Jordanian {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Jordan or the Jordanian people)  :: jordaniano
Joseph {prop} (favorite son of Jacob)  :: José {m}
Joseph {prop} (husband of Virgin Mary)  :: José {m}
Joseph {prop} (Joseph of Arimathea)  :: José de Arimateia
Joseph {prop} (male given name)  :: José
Josephinism {n} (policies of Joseph II)  :: josefismo {m}
Joshua {prop} (book of the Bible)  :: Josué
Joshua {prop} (male given name)  :: Josué
Josiah {prop} (biblical king)  :: Josias
jota {n} (Iberian music style)  :: jota {f}
joule {n} (derived unit of energy, work and heat)  :: joule
journal {n} (diary or daily record)  :: diário {m}, registro {m}
journal {n} (newspaper or magazine)  :: periódico {m}
journal {n} (computing: a chronological record of changes made to a database or other system)  :: registro {m}
journal {n} (engineering: part of a shaft or axle that rests on bearings)  :: munhão {m}
journalism {n} (activity or profession of being a journalist)  :: jornalismo {m}, periodismo {m}
journalist {n} (one whose occupation or profession is journalism)  :: jornalista {m} {f}, periodista {m} {f}
journalist {n} (reporter)  :: repórter {m} {f}, jornalista {m} {f}
journalistic {adj} (related to journalism or journalists)  :: periodístico
journey {n} (trip, a voyage)  :: jornada {f}, viagem {f}
journey {v} (to travel, to make a trip or voyage)  :: viajar
joust {n} (a mock combat between two mounted knights or men-at-arms)  :: justa {f}
jousting {v}  :: justa
jovial {adj} (merry, cheerful)  :: jovial {m} {f}
Jovian {adj} (pertaining to the god Jove or Jupiter)  :: joviano, jupiteriano
Jovian {adj} (pertaining to the planet Jupiter)  :: joviano, jupiteriano
joy {n} (feeling of happiness)  :: alegria {f}
Joyce {prop} (an English and Irish patronymic surname)  :: Joice {f}
joyful {adj} (feeling or causing joy)  :: alegre
joystick {n} (mechanical control device)  :: manche {m}
J-pop {n} (Japanese pop music)  :: J-pop {m}
Juba {prop} (capital of South Sudan)  :: Juba {f}
jubilee {n} (special anniversary)  :: jubileu {m}
Juche {n} (North Korean self-reliance state ideology)  :: juche {m}
Judah {prop} (first son of Jacob)  :: Judá {m}
Judah {prop} (one of the Israelite tribes)  :: Judá {f}
Judah {prop} (southern Israelite kingdom)  :: Judá {m}
Judaism {prop} (world religion)  :: judaísmo {m}
Judas {prop} (one of the Apostles)  :: Judas {m}
Judas {prop} (book of the Bible)  :: Judas {m}
Judas cradle {n} (device of torture)  :: berço-de-judas {m}, berço de Judas
Judas tree {n} (Cercis siliquastrum)  :: olaia {f}, árvore-de-judas {f}
Jude {prop} (book of the Bible)  :: Judas
Judea {n} (Judea)  :: Judeia {f}
judge {n} (public judicial official)  :: juiz {m}, juíza {f}
judge {n} (someone deciding another's fate)  :: juiz {m}, juíza {f}
judge {n} (sports official)  :: juiz {m}, juíza {f}, árbitro {m}
judge {n} (someone with valued opinions)  :: julgador {m}, julgadora {f}
judge {v} (to sit in judgment on, pass sentence on)  :: julgar
judge {v} (to sit in judgment on, act as judge)  :: julgar
judge {v} (to form an opinion on)  :: julgar
judge {v} (to arbitrate, to pass opinion on something)  :: julgar
judge {v} (to have as an opinion, consider, suppose)  :: julgar, considerar
judge {v} (to form an opinion, infer)  :: julgar
judge {v} (to criticize or label another person or thing)  :: ter, julgar
judgement day {n} (Last Judgement)  :: dia do Juízo Final {m}
Judges {prop} (book of the Bible)  :: Juízes
judgment {n} (act of judging)  :: juízo {m}, julgamento {m}
judgment {n} (power or faculty of making a judgment)  :: juízo {m}
judgment {n} (conclusion or result of judging)  :: juízo {m}
judgment {n} ((theology) final award; the last sentence)  :: juízo {m}
judicial {adj} (of or relating to a court of law)  :: judiciário
Judith {prop} (female given name)  :: Judite {f}
Judith {prop} (wife of Esau)  :: Judite {f}
judo {n} (Japanese martial art)  :: judô {m}
judoka {n} (practitioner of judo)  :: judoca {m} {f}
jug {n} (serving vessel)  :: jarra, caneca
juggle {v} (manipulate objects artistically)  :: fazer malabarismo com
juggler {n} (person who practices juggling)  :: malabarista {m} {f}
juggling {n} (moving of objects in an artful manner)  :: malabarismo {m}
jugular {adj} (relating to the neck or throat)  :: jugular {f}
juice {n} (liquid from a plant)  :: [PT] sumo {m}, [BR] suco {m}
juice {n} (beverage made of juice)  :: [PT] sumo {m}, [BR] suco {m}
juice {n} (liquid resembling juice)  :: suco {m}
juice {n} (slang: electricity)  :: vitalidade
juice {v} (to remove the juice from something)  :: extrair
juice {v} (to energize)  :: energizar, estimular, excitar
juice joint {n} (nightclub) SEE: nightclub  ::
juicer {n} (device)  :: espremedor {m}
juicy {adj} (containing juice)  :: suculento {m}
juicy {adj} (exciting, interesting)  :: suculento {m}
jujitsu {n} (method of self-defence established in Japan)  :: jiu-jitsu {m}
jujitsu {n} (Brazilian jiu-jitsu)  :: jiu-jitsu {m}
jujube {n}  :: jujuba {f}; jujuba {f}, jujubeira {f}
jukebox {n} (a coin-operated machine that plays recorded music)  :: juke-box {f}
Julia {prop} (female given name)  :: Júlia
Julian {prop} (male given name)  :: Julião, Juliano
Julian {adj} (of, or relating to Julius Julius Caesar)  :: juliano
Juliana {prop} (female given name)  :: Juliana {f}
Julian calendar {n} (calendar)  :: Calendário Juliano {m}
Julie {prop} (female given name) SEE: Julia  ::
Juliet {prop} (female given name)  :: Julieta {f}
Juliet {prop} (character in Romeo and Juliet)  :: Julieta {f}
Julius {prop} (male given name)  :: Júlio {m}
July {prop} (seventh month of the Gregorian calendar)  :: julho {m}
jumble {v} (to mix or confuse)  :: misturar
jumble {n} (mixture of unrelated things)  :: misto {m}
jump {v} (propel oneself rapidly upward such that momentum causes the body to become airborne)  :: saltar, pular
jump {v} (cause oneself to leave an elevated location and fall downward)  :: saltar, pular
jump {v} (employ a parachute to leave an aircraft or elevated location)  :: saltar, pular
jump {v} (react to a sudden stimulus by jerking the body violently)  :: sobressaltar
jump {v} (employ a move in certain board games in which one piece moves over another)  :: saltar, pular
jump {v} (move to a position in (a queue/line) that is further forward)  :: pular
jump {n} (instance of propelling oneself into the air)  :: salto {m}, pulo {m}
jump {n} (instance of causing oneself to fall from an elevated location)  :: salto {m}, pulo {m}
jump {n} (instance of employing a parachute to leave an aircraft or elevated location)  :: salto {m}, pulo {m}
jump {n} (instance of reacting to a sudden stimulus by jerking the body)  :: sobressalto {m}
jump {n} (jumping move in a board game)  :: salto {m}, pulo {m}
jumper {n} (someone or something that jumps)  :: saltador {m}
jumper {n} (short length of electrical conductor)  :: jumper {m}
jumper {n} (woolen sweater or pullover)  :: blusa {f}
jumping jack {n} (exercise)  :: polichinelo {m}
jump rope {n} (length of rope) SEE: skipping rope  ::
jump rope {n} (game or activity)  :: pula corda {m}
jump rope {v} (to jump over a rope repeatedly as a game or exercise)  :: pular corda
jump the queue {v} (move into a queue ahead of others)  :: furar a fila
junction {n} (the act of joining)  :: junção {f}
junction {n} (a place where two things meet)  :: junção {f}, junta {f}
June {prop} (sixth month of the Gregorian calendar)  :: junho {m}
Juneau {prop} (capital of Alaska)  :: Juneau {f}
jungle {n} (large, undeveloped, humid forest)  :: selva {f}, floresta {f}, jângal {m}
jungle {n} (colloquial: place where people behave ruthlessly)  :: selva {f}
junior {adj} (younger)  :: mais novo/jovem
juniper {n} (shrub or tree of the genus Juniperus)  :: zimbro {m}, junípero {m}
juniper berry {n} (the female seed cone of a juniper)  :: baga de zimbro {f}
junk {n} (rubbish, waste)  :: lixo {m}
junk {n} (miscellaneous items of little value)  :: porcaria {f}
junk {n} (Chinese sailing vessel)  :: junco {m}
junk food {n} (food with little or no nutritional value)  :: comida que não é saudável, besteira {f}, tranqueira {f}
junkie {n} (drug addict)  :: drogado {m}, viciado {m}
junta {n} (ruling council of a military dictatorship)  :: junta {f}
Jupiter {prop} (planet)  :: Júpiter {m}
Jupiter {prop} (god)  :: Júpiter {m}
Jurassic {adj} (of period from 200 to 145 million years ago)  :: jurássico
Jurassic {prop} (Jurassic period)  :: Jurássico {m}
jurisdiction {n} (the power, right, or authority to interpret and apply the law)  :: competência {f}
jurisdiction {n} (the power or right to exercise authority)  :: competência {f}
jurisdiction {n} (the authority of a sovereign power to govern or legislate)  :: competência {f}
jurisdiction {n} (the limits or territory within which authority may be exercised)  :: jurisdição {f}
jurisprudence {n} (the philosophy, science and study of law and decisions)  :: jurisprudência {f}
jurist {n} (judge) SEE: judge  ::
jurist {n} (expert in law)  :: jurista {m} {f}
juror {n} (jury member)  :: jurado {m}
jury {n} (group in a court of law)  :: júri {m}
jury {n} (group of judges in a competition)  :: júri {m}, banca {f}
jussive {adj} (of or in the jussive mood)  :: jussivo {m}
jussive {n} (jussive mood)  :: jussivo {m}
just {adj} (factually fair, correct)  :: justo
just {adj} (morally fair, righteous)  :: justo
just {adv} (only, simply, merely)  :: , somente, simplesmente, apenas
just {adv} (recently)  :: recentemente, acabar de, recém
just {adv} (by a narrow margin, nearly)  :: por pouco
just {adv} (exactly, precisely, perfectly)  :: bem
just {v} (to fight a tournament) SEE: joust  ::
just about {adj} (approximately)  :: aproximadamente
justice {n} (state of being just or fair)  :: justiça {f}, justeza {f}
justice {n} (fairness, especially with regard to punishment)  :: justiça {f}
justice {n} (judgment and punishment of who wronged another)  :: justiça {f}
justice {n} (the civil power dealing with law)  :: justiça {f}
justice {n} (a judge of certain courts)  :: chefe de justiça {m}, ministro [rough equivalent]
justice {n} (correctness)  :: justiça {f}
justifiable {adj} (that can be justified)  :: justificável
justification {n} (reason, explanation, or excuse)  :: justificativa {f}, justificação {f}
justification {n} (text alignment)  :: justificação {f}
justify {v} (provide an acceptable explanation)  :: justificar
justify {v} (give a good, acceptable reason for something)  :: justificar
justify {v} (arrange lines on a page or computer screen)  :: justificar
justify {v} (to absolve, and declare to be free of blame or sin)  :: absolver
Justin {prop} (male given name)  :: Justino {m}
just in case {conj} (in the event)  :: por precaução
Justine {prop} (female given name)  :: Justina {f}
just in time {adv}  :: bem na hora
justly {adv} (In a just or fair manner)  :: justamente
just now {adv} (very close to the present moment)  :: agora mesmo, agora há pouco, agorinha
just now {adv} (in a little while)  ::
Justus {prop} (male given name)  :: Justo {m}
jute {n} (fiber of Corchorus olitorius)  :: juta {f}
Jute {n} (member of the Germanic tribe that existed in modern-day Denmark)  :: juto {m}
Jutland {prop} (peninsula)  :: Jutlândia {f}
juxtapose {v} (to place side by side)  :: justapor
jynx {n} (a charm or spell) SEE: spell  ::
jynx {n} (Jynx torquilla) SEE: wryneck  ::