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{prop} (Norse mythological figure)  :: Ve
VAT {n} (value-added tax)  :: IVA
VW {initialism} (Volkswagen, a German car manufacturer)  :: VW {f}
Vaduz {prop} (capital of Liechtenstein)  :: Vaduz {f}
Valencia {prop} (capital of the Valencian Community)  :: Valência {f}
Valencia {prop} (city in Venezuala)  :: Valência {f}
Valencian {prop} (person from Valencia)  :: valenciano {m}, valenciana {f}
Valencian Community {prop} (autonomous community in Spain)  :: Comunidade Valenciana {f}, Valência {f}
Valentine {n} (male given name)  :: Valentim {m}, Valentino {m}
Valentine's Day {prop} (Saint Valentine's Day)  :: Dia dos Namorados {m}, Dia de São Valentim {m}
Valerie {prop} (female given name)  :: Valéria
Valhalla {prop} (in Norse mythology, the home of warriors slain gloriously in battle)  :: Valhalla {m} {f}, Valhala {m} {f}, Walhala {m} {f}
Valle d'Aosta {prop} (region of northwestern Italy)  :: Vale de Aosta {m}
Valletta {prop} (capital of Malta)  :: Valletta {f}, Valeta {f}
Van Diemen's Land {prop} (former name of Tasmania)  :: Terra de Van Diemen {f}
Van Gogh {prop} (van Gogh)  :: van Gogh {m}
Van de Graaff generator {n} (device in which an electric charge is built up by means of a moving belt)  :: gerador Van de Graaff {m}
Vancouver {prop} (city)  :: Vancouver
Vandal {n} (member of an ancient east Germanic tribe)  :: vândalo {m}
Vandalic {adj} (of or pertaining to the Vandals)  :: vândalo
Vanessa {prop} (female given name)  :: Vanessa {f}
Vanuatu {prop} (Republic of Vanuatu)  :: Vanuatu
Varangian {n} (member of a Scandinavian tribe)  :: varangiano {m}
Varangian {n} (member of the imperial body guard at Constantinople from 955)  :: varangiano {m}
Varese {prop} (capital)  :: Varese
Varna {prop} (city in Bulgaria)  :: Varna {f}
Vasily {prop} (given name)  :: Vassili {m}, Vasili {m}
Vatican {prop} (state)  :: Vaticano {m}
Vatican {adj} (Relating to the Vatican City state)  :: vaticano
Vatican City {prop} (State of the Vatican City)  :: Vaticano
Vatican City State {prop} (official name of Vatican City)  :: Estado da Cidade do Vaticano {m}
Vaticanian {adj} (Vatican) SEE: Vatican  ::
Vayu {prop} (god of wind in Hinduism)  :: Vayu {m}
Veda {prop} (Sanskrit scriptures)  :: Veda {m}
Vedic {adj} (Of or pertaining to the Vedas)  :: védico
Vedic {adj} (Of or relating to the Sanskrit language of the Vedas)  :: védico
Vedic Sanskrit {prop} (language)  :: sânscrito védico {m}
Vegan {n} (someone from Vega)  :: vegano {m}
Veii {prop} (Etruscan city)  :: Veios {f}
Velcro {prop} (fastener)  :: velcro {m}
Vendée {prop} (département)  :: Vendeia {f}, Vendée {f}
Vendémiaire {prop} (the first month of the French Republican Calendar)  :: vindemiário {m}, vendemiário {m}
Venetian {adj} (relating to Venice)  :: veneziano
Venetian {n} (inhabitant of Venice)  :: veneziano {m}, veneziana {f}
Venetian {prop} (Romance language spoken in Veneto)  :: vêneto {m}, véneto {m}
Venetian {prop} (form of Venetian spoken in Venice)  :: veneziano {m}
Venetian blind {n} (blind consisting of overlapping horizontal slats)  :: persiana {f}, veneziana {f}
Venezuela {prop} (country)  :: Venezuela {f}
Venezuelan {n} (person from Venezuela or of Venezuelan descent)  :: venezuelano {m}
Venezuelan {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Venezuela or the Venezuelan people)  :: venezuelano
Venice {prop} (city and province in Italy)  :: Veneza {f}
Venn diagram {n} (diagram representing sets by circles)  :: diagrama de Venn {m}
Ventimiglia {prop} (town)  :: Ventimiglia {f}
Ventôse {prop} (the sixth month of the French Republican Calendar)  :: ventoso {m}
Venus {prop} (planet)  :: Vénus [Portugal], Vênus [Brazil]
Venus {prop} (goddess)  :: Vénus [Portugal], Vênus [Brazil]
Venusian {n} (inhabitant of Venus)  :: venusiano {m}
Venusian {adj} (of Venus)  :: venusiano
Veps {prop} (the language)  :: veps {m}
Vera {prop} (female given name)  :: Vera {f}
Vermont {prop} (a state in the United States)  :: Vermont {m}
Verona {prop} (city straddling the river Adige in Veneto, northern Italy)  :: Verona {f}
Verona {prop} (province in the Veneto region of northern Italy)  :: Verona {f}
Veronica {prop} (female given name)  :: Verônica {f}
Versailles {prop} (suburb of Paris)  :: Versalhes {f}
Vesak {prop} (Buddhist holiday celebrating the birth, enlightenment, and passing of the Buddha)  :: Vesak {m}, Wesak {m}
Vesta {prop} (Roman goddess)  :: Vesta {f}
Vesuvius {prop} (volcano in Italy)  :: Vesúvio {m}
Via Crucis {n} (arduous experience)  :: via-crúcis {f}
Viborg {prop} (Danish city)  :: Viborg {f}
Vicentine {adj} (of or pertaining to Vicenza)  :: vicentino {m}
Vicentine {n} (native or inhabitant of Vicenza)  :: vicentino {m}
Victor {prop} (male given name)  :: Victor {m}, Vitor {m}, Víctor {m}, Vítor {m}
Victoria {prop} (female given name)  :: Vitória {f}
Victoria {prop} (Queen Victoria)  :: Vitória {f}
Victoria {prop} (state in Australia)  :: Vitória
Victoria {prop} (capital city of the Seychelles)  :: Vitória {f}, Victoria {f}
Victoria {prop} (Lake Victoria)  :: Vitória {m}
Victorian {adj} (relating to the reign of Queen Victoria)  :: vitoriano
Victory Day {n} (a day to commemorate victories in important battles or wars in the countries' history)  :: Dia da Vitória {m}
Vienna {prop} (capital of Austria)  :: Viena {f}
Viennese {n} (inhabitant)  :: vienense {m} {f}
Viennese {adj} (connected with Vienna)  :: vienense
Vientiane {prop} (capital of Laos)  :: Vienciana {f} [Portugal], Vientiane {f} [Brazil]
Vietcong {n} (a member of the Vietcong guerilla)  :: vietcongue {m} {f}, vietcong {m} {f}, viet cong {m} {f}
Vietnam {prop} (country in Southeast Asia)  :: Vietname {m} [Portugal], Vietnã {m} [Brazil]
Vietnamese {adj} (of or pertaining to Vietnam)  :: vietnamita
Vietnamese {n} (Vietnamese person)  :: vietnamita {m} {f}
Vietnamese {prop} (language)  :: vietnamita
Viking {n} (One of the Scandinavian seafaring warriors)  :: viquingue {m}, viking {m} {f}
Viking Age {prop} (period from 8th to 11th century in Europe)  :: era viking {f}
Vilnius {prop} (capital of Lithuania)  :: Vilna {f}, Vilnius
Vincent {prop} (male given name)  :: Vicente
Vinland {prop} (Norse name of Newfoundland)  :: Vinlândia {f}
Violet {prop} (female given name)  :: Violeta {f}
Virgil {prop} (Roman writer)  :: Virgílio {m}
Virgin Islands {prop} (archipelago)  :: Ilhas Virgens {f-p}
Virgin Mary {prop} (mother of Christ)  :: Virgem Maria {f}
Virginia {prop} (state)  :: Virgínia {f}
Virginia {prop} (female given name)  :: Virgínia {f}
Virgo {prop} (constellation)  :: Virgo {f}
Virgo {prop} (astrological sign)  :: Virgem
Vishnu {prop} (the god)  :: Vishnu {m}, Vixnu {m}, Visnu {m}
Visigoth {n} (member of an East Germanic tribe)  :: visigodo {m}
Visigothic {adj} (of or pertaining to the Visigoths)  :: visigótico
Vistula {prop} (Polish river)  :: Vístula {m}
Vitebsk {prop} (city)  :: Vitebsk {f}
Vitsebsk {prop} (Vitebsk) SEE: Vitebsk  ::
Vixen {prop} (reindeer of Santa Claus)  :: Raposa {f}
Vladikavkaz {prop} (city)  :: Vladikavkaz {f}
Vladimir {prop} (male given name)  :: Vladimiro {m}, Vladimir {m}, Vladmir {m}
Vladimir {prop} (Russian city)  :: Vladimiro {m}
Vladivostok {prop} (seaport in Russia)  :: Vladivostok {f}, Vladivostoque {f}
Vltava {prop} (a major river in the Czech Republic)  :: Vltava {m}
Völuspá {prop} (first book of the Poetic Edda)  :: Völuspá
Vänern {prop} (Swedish lake)  :: Lago Vänern
Vojvodina {prop} (autonomous province of Serbia)  :: Voivodina
Volapük {prop} (language)  :: volapuque {m}, volapuk {m}
Volga {prop} (longest river in Europe, flowing to the Caspian Sea)  :: Volga {m}
Volgograd {prop} (Volgograd)  :: Volgogrado {f}
Volhynia {prop} (region)  :: Volínia {f}
Vologda {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Vologda {f}
Volscian {adj} (related to the Volsci)  :: volsco {m}
Voronezh {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Voronej {f}
Votic {prop} (language)  :: vótico {m}
Vuelta a España {prop} (annual cycling race in Spain)  :: Volta a Espanha {f}, Volta à Espanha {f}, Volta da Espanha {f}
Vukovar {prop} (Croatian town)  :: Vukovar {f}
Vulcan {prop} (Roman god of fire)  :: Vulcano {m}
Vulcan {prop} (Theoretical planet)  :: Vulcano {m}
Vulgar Era {prop} (Common Era) SEE: Common Era  ::
Vulgar Latin {prop} (the Latin language as spoken by people)  :: latim vulgar {m}
Vulgate {prop} (Latin Bible translation)  :: Vulgata {f}
Vulpecula {prop} (autumn constellation)  :: Raposa
Vyborg {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Vyborg {f}, Viborg {f}
vacancy {n} (unoccupied position)  :: vaga {f}
vacancy {n} (available room)  :: vaga {f}
vacant {adj} (not occupied)  :: vago
vacate {v} (to move out)  :: vacar, vagar
vacation {n} (freedom from some business or activity)  :: férias
vacation {n} (official holiday period)  :: feriado
vacation {n} (holiday, period of leisure time)  :: férias {f-p}, vacação {f}, tolerância
vacation {n} (the act of vacating something; moving out of something)  :: vacação {f}, vagação {f}, vacatura {f}, vagatura {f}
vacation {v} (to spend or take a vacation)  :: sair de férias
vacationer {n} (someone who is on vacation) SEE: holiday-maker  ::
vaccinate {v} (treat with a vaccine)  :: vacinar
vaccination {n} (inoculation with a vaccine)  :: vacinação {f}
vaccine {n} (substance meant to stimulate production of antibodies)  :: vacina {f}
vacillate {v} (to sway unsteadily from one side to the other)  :: vacilar
vacillate {v} (to swing from one course of action or opinion to another)  :: vacilar
vacillate {v} (to be changeable, or inconsistent in speech or action)  :: vacilar
vacuity {n} (emptiness)  :: vacuidade {f}
vacuity {n} (vacuum)  :: vácuo {m}
vacuity {n} (idleness)  :: inatividade {f}
vacuity {n} (a pointless or inane remark)  :: vacuidade {f}
vacuüm {n} (vacuum) SEE: vacuum  ::
vacuole {n} (large membrane-bound vesicle)  :: vacúolo {m}
vacuum {n} (region of space that contains no matter)  :: vácuo {m}
vacuum {v} (transitive: to clean with a vacuum cleaner)  :: aspirar
vacuum {v} (intransitive: to use a vacuum cleaner)  :: aspirar
vacuum {n} (vacuum cleaner) SEE: vacuum cleaner  ::
vacuum cleaner {n} (machine for cleaning)  :: aspirador {m}, aspirador de pó {m}
vacuum flask {n} (a bottle, flask or similar vessel having a vacuum between its inner and outer silvered walls) SEE: thermos  ::
vacuum tube {n} (electrical device)  :: válvula termiônica {f}, válvula {f}
vade mecum {n} (referential book)  :: vade-mécum {m} {f}, manual {m}, apostila {f}
vagabond {n} (a person on a trip of indeterminate destination and/or length of time)  :: vagabundo {m}
vagabond {n} (a bum, a hobo, a tramp, a homeless person)  :: andarilho {m}
vagary {n} (An erratic, unpredictable occurrence or action)  :: extravagância {f}
vagary {n} (An impulsive or illogical desire; a caprice)  :: capricho {m}
vagina {n} (anatomical sense)  :: vagina {f}
vagina {n} (vulva) SEE: vulva  ::
vaginal {adj} (of the vagina)  :: vaginal
vaginal sex {n} (vaginal sex)  :: sexo vaginal
vaginally {adv} (via the vagina)  :: vaginalmente
vaginismus {n} (muscular contraction)  :: vaginismo {m}
vagrancy {n} (being a vagrant)  :: andarilhagem {f}
vagrant {n} (person without a home or job)  :: andarilho {m}
vagrant {n} (wanderer)  :: andarilho {m}
vague {adj} (not clearly expressed)  :: vago {m}
vague {adj} (not having a precise meaning)  :: vago {m}
vague {adj} (not clearly defined, grasped, or understood)  :: vago {m}
vague {adj} (not clearly felt or sensed)  :: vago {m}
vague {adj} (not thinking or expressing one’s thoughts clearly or precisely)  :: vago {m}
vague {adj} (lacking expression)  :: vago {m}
vague {adj} (not sharply outlined)  :: vago {m}
vaguely {adv} (in a vague manner)  :: vagamente
vagueness {n} (condition of being unclear)  :: vagueza {f}, vaguidão {f}, vaguidade {f}
vaguery {n} (condition of being vague) SEE: vagueness  ::
vaguery {n} (thing which is vague) SEE: vagueness  ::
vaguery {n} (vagaries) SEE: vagary  ::
vain {adj} (overly proud of one's appearance)  :: vaidoso {m}, vão
vain {adj} (based on very little substance)  :: vazio
vain {adj} (pointless, futile)  :: vão
vainglorious {adj} (with excessive vanity or unwarranted pride)  :: vanglorioso {m}
vainglory {n} (excessive vanity)  :: vanglória {f}
vainglory {n} (boastful, unwarranted pride)  :: vanglória {f}
vainglory {n} (vain, ostentatious display)  :: vanglória {f}
vainglory {n} (a regarding of oneself with undue favor)  :: vanglória {f}
vair {n} (heraldic fur)  :: veiro {m}
valedictorian {n} (farewell speech giver)  :: orador
valence {n} (chemistry: combining capacity)  :: valência {f}
valence {n} (chemistry: number of binding sites of a molecule)  :: valência {f}
valence {n} (linguistics: number of arguments that a verb can have)  :: valência {f}
valerian {n} (Valeriana officinalis)  :: valeriana {f}
valet {n} (a person employed to clean or park cars)  :: valet {m} {f}
valet-de-chambre {n} (valet) SEE: valet  ::
valiant {adj} (showing courage or determination)  :: valente
valid {adj} (acceptable, proper or correct)  :: válido
validate {v} (render valid)  :: validar
validate {v} (check the validity of)  :: validar
validation {n} (the act of validating something)  :: validação {f}
validator {n} (one who validates)  :: validador {m}
validator {n} (something that validates)  :: validador {m}
validity {n} (the state of being valid, authentic or genuine)  :: validez {f}, validade {f}
validity {n} (having legal force)  :: validade {f}
valine {n} (essential amino acid C5H11NO2)  :: valina {f}
valise {n} (luggage)  :: valise {f}
valkyrie {n} (any of the female attendants, or handmaidens of Odin)  :: valquíria {f}
valley {n} (elongated depression between hills or mountains)  :: vale {m}
valley girl {n} (superficial woman)  :: patricinha {f} [Brazil], betinha {f} [Portugal]
valor {n} (value, worth) SEE: value  ::
valor {n} (strength of mind in regard to danger) SEE: valour  ::
valour {n} (value) SEE: value  ::
valour {n} (strength of mind in regard to danger)  :: bravura {f}, valentia {f}
valuable {adj} (having a great value)  :: valioso
value {n} (quality (positive or negative) that renders something desirable or valuable)  :: valor {m}, valia {f}
value {n} (degree of importance given to something)  :: apreço {m}
value {n} (amount (of money, goods or services) that is considered to be a fair equivalent for something else)  :: valor {m}
value {n} (relative duration of a musical note)  :: valor {m}
value {n} (relative darkness or lightness of a color)  :: valor {m}
value {n} (numerical quantity measured or assigned or computed)  :: valor {m}
value {n} (ideal accepted by some individual or group)  :: valor {m}, ideal {m}
value {v} (to estimate the value of)  :: valorar
value {v} (to fix or determine the value of)  :: valorar
value {v} (to regard highly)  :: valorizar
value {v} (to hold dear)  :: valorizar, apreciar
value added tax {n} (tax levied on added value of an exchange)  :: [Portugal] imposto sobre valor acrescentado {m}, [Brazil] imposto sobre a circulação de mercadorias {m}
valve {n} (device that controls flow of gas or fluid)  :: válvula {f}
valve {n} (device in an internal combustion engine)  :: válvula {f}
valve {n} (in anatomy)  :: válvula {f}, valva {f}
valve {n} (vacuum tube) SEE: vacuum tube  ::
valvulopathy {n} (disease or disorder of the valves of the heart)  :: valvulopatia {f}
vampire {n} (mythological creature)  :: vampiro {m}
vampire {n} (bat)  :: vampiro {m}, morcego-vampiro {m}
vampire bat {n} (bat of the subfamily Desmodontinae)  :: morcego-vampiro {m}
vampiress {n} (female vampire)  :: vampira {f}
vampiric {adj} (vampiric)  :: vampírico
vampirism {n} (extortion) SEE: extortion  ::
van {n} (a (covered) vehicle used for carrying goods)  :: furgão {m}, van {f}
van {n} (enclosed railway vehicle)  :: vagão {m}
van der Waals force {n} (weak attraction)  :: força de van der Waals {f}, atração de van der Waals {f}
vanadinite {n} (mineral)  :: vanadinita
vanadium {n} (chemical element)  :: vanádio {m}
vandal {n} (person who destroys or damages property)  :: vândalo {m}
vandalic {adj} (having the nature of vandalism)  :: vandálico
vandalise {v} (to needlessly destroy)  :: vandalizar
vandalism {n} (needless damage or destruction of property)  :: vandalismo {m}
vandalize {v} (vandalise) SEE: vandalise  ::
vane {n} (curved surface radially mounted along an axis)  :: aleta {f}
vane {n} (ornithology: flattened web-like part of a feather)  :: vexilo {m}
vane {n} (weather vane) SEE: weather vane  ::
vanguard {n} (leading units of an army)  :: vanguarda {f}, anteguarda {f}
vanguard {n} (forefront of any group or movement)  :: vanguarda {f}
vanilla {n} (orchid)  :: baunilha
vanilla {n} (fruit)  :: baunilha {f}
vanilla {n} (natural extract)  :: baunilha {f}
vanilla {n} (flavor)  :: baunilha {f}
vanilla {n} (artificial extract)  :: baunilha {f}
vanish {v} (become invisible or to move out of view unnoticed)  :: desaparecer, esvair, sumir
vanish {v} (mathematics: to become equal to zero)  :: anular-se
vanishment {n} (disappearance) SEE: disappearance  ::
vanity {n} (excessive pride)  :: vaidade {f}
vanity {n} (dressing table) SEE: dressing table  ::
vanquish {v} (to defeat, to overcome)  :: derrotar, vencer, superar
vantage point {n} (a place or position affording a good view)  :: mirante {m}
vapor {n} (the gaseous state of a substance that is normally a solid or liquid)  :: vapor {m}
vapor {n} (steam) SEE: steam  ::
vaporize {v} (turn into vapour)  :: vaporizar
vapour {n} (vapor) SEE: vapor  ::
vapour {n} (steam) SEE: steam  ::
varanid {n} (any lizard of the genus Varanus)  :: varanídeo {m}
varenik {n} (varenyky) SEE: varenyky  ::
vareniki {n} (varenyky) SEE: varenyky  ::
varenyk {n} (varenyky) SEE: varenyky  ::
varenyky {n} (a kind of dumplings)  :: vareniki {m-p}
variability {n} (degree)  :: variabilidade
variable {adj} (able to vary)  :: variável
variable {adj} (likely to vary)  :: variável
variable {adj} (marked by diversity or difference)  :: variável
variable {adj} (mathematics: having no fixed quantitative value)  :: variável
variable {n} (something that is variable)  :: variável {f}
variable {n} (something whose value may be dictated or discovered)  :: variável {f}
variable {n} (mathematics: a quantity that may assume any one of a set of values)  :: variável {f}
variable {n} (mathematics: a symbol representing a variable)  :: variável {f}
variable {n} (computing: a named mutable piece of storage)  :: variável {f}
variable antshrike {n} (Thamnophilus caerulescens)  :: [Brazil]: choca-da-mata
variably {adv} (in a variable manner)  :: variavelmente
variance {n} (act of varying or the state of being variable)  :: variância {f}
variance {n} (second central moment in probability (statistics))  :: variância {f}
variant {adj} (variable) SEE: variable  ::
variant {n} (something slightly different)  :: variante {f}
variation {n} (the act or state of varying)  :: variação {f}
variation {n} (related but distinct thing)  :: variação {f}, variante {f}
variation {n} (a musical technique based on an altered repetition of a theme)  :: variação {f}
varicocele {n} (varicose veins in the area of the scrotum)  :: varicocele {f}
varicose vein {n} (abnormally swollen or dilated vein)  :: variz, varizes
variegated {adj} (streaked or spotted with a variety of colours)  :: variegado
variety {n} (variation of something)  :: variedade {f}
variety {n} (state of constant change)  :: variação {f}
variety {n} (rank in a taxonomic classification)  :: variedade {f}
variety {n} (linguistics: term used for a specific form of a language)  :: variedade {f}
variety is the spice of life {proverb} (variety is what makes life interesting)  :: diversidade é o tempero da vida
variolous {adj} (of or pertaining to smallpox)  :: variólico, varioloso
various {adj} (an eclectic range of)  :: vários
varnish {n} (transparent paint)  :: verniz {m}
varnish {n} (a deceptively showy appearance)  :: verniz {m}
varnish {v} (to apply varnish)  :: envernizar
varnish {v} (to cover up with varnish)  :: envernizar
varnish {v} (to gloss over a defect)  :: envernizar
varsity {n} (university) SEE: university  ::
vary {v} (to change something with time or a similar parameter)  :: variar
vary {v} (not to remain constant)  :: variar
vary {v} (to display difference)  :: variar
vary {v} (to act different from usual)  :: variar
vary {v} (to institute a change in) SEE: modify  ::
vas deferens {n} (vas deferens)  :: ducto deferente, canal deferente
vascular {adj} (of, pertaining to or containing vessels)  :: vascular
vase {n} (container used mainly for displaying flowers)  :: vaso {m}
vasectomy {n} (male sterilization)  :: vasectomia {f}
vasoconstriction {n} (constriction of a blood vessel)  :: vasoconstrição {f}
vasoconstrictive {adj} (that causes vasocontriction)  :: vasoconstritor
vasoconstrictor {n} (substance that causes vasoconstriction)  :: vasoconstritor {m}
vasopressin {n} (an antidiuretic hormone secreted by the pituitary gland)  :: vasopressina {f}
vassal {n} (grantee of a fief)  :: vassalo {m}
vassal {n} (servant)  :: vassalo {m}, servo {m}
vast {adj} (very large or wide (literally or figuratively))  :: vasto {m}, vasta {f}
vat {n} (a large tub, such as is used for making wine or for tanning)  :: tonel {m}, tina {f}
vates {n} (divinely inspired poet)  :: vate {m} {f}
vault {n} (arched masonry structure)  :: abóbada {f}
vault {n} (figuratively: anything resembling a vault)  :: abóbada {f}
vault {v} (to build as or cover with vault)  :: abobadar
vault {n} (crypt) SEE: crypt  ::
vaunt {v} (speak boastfully) SEE: boast  ::
vav {n} (Hebrew letter)  :: vav {m}
veal {n} (flesh of a calf)  :: vitela {f}
veche {n} (a popular assembly in medieval Slavic countries)  :: vetche {m}
vector {n} (directed quantity)  :: vector {m}
vector {n} (aviation: chosen course or direction for motion)  :: vector {m}
vector {n} (carrier of a disease-causing agent)  :: vetor
vector field {n} (construction)  :: campo vetorial
vector product {n} (vector with size given by the product of two vectors)  :: produto vectorial {m}, produto externo {m}
vector space {n} (mathematics)  :: espaço vetorial {m}
vectorial {adj} (of or pertaining to a vector)  :: vectorial
vee {n} (name of the letter V, v)  :: {m}
veer {v} ((transitive: to turn)  :: virar
vegan {adj} (relating to vegans or veganism)  :: vegano {m}, vegana {f}
vegan {n} (supporter of veganism)  :: vegano {m}
veganism {n} (Eating neither meat nor other animal products)  :: veganismo {m}
vegetable {n} (any plant)  :: vegetal {m}
vegetable {n} (a plant raised for some edible part of it)  :: verdura {f}, hortaliça {f}, legume {m}
vegetable {n} (edible part of such a plant)  :: legume {m}
vegetable {n} (a person whose brain has been damaged)  :: vegetal {m}
vegetable {adj} (of or relating to plants)  :: vegetal
vegetable {adj} (of or relating to vegetables)  :: leguminoso
vegetable garden {n} (vegetable garden)  :: horta {f}, quintal {m}, horto {m}
vegetable lamb {n} (legendary plant believed to grow sheep from its branches)  :: cordeiro vegetal {m}, cordeiro vegetal da Tartária {m}, borametz {m}
vegetable oil {n} (oil produced from plants)  :: óleo vegetal {m}
vegetable soup {n} (soup made from mixed vegetables)  :: sopa de vegetais {f}
vegetal {adj} (pertaining to vegetables or plants)  :: vegetal {m} {f}
vegetal pole {n} (hemisphere of the blastula comprising large yolk cells dividing at a slower rate)  :: polo vegetal {m}
vegetarian {n} (person who does not eat any animal flesh)  :: vegetariano {m}, vegetariana {f}
vegetarian {n} (plant-eating animal)  :: herbívoro {m}
vegetarian {adj} (relating to the type of diet eaten by vegetarians)  :: vegetariano
vegetarianism {n} (practice of following a vegetarian diet)  :: vegetarianismo {m}
vegetate {v} (To grow or sprout)  :: vegetar
vegetate {v} (To live or spend a period of time in a dull, inactive, unchallenging way)  :: vegetar
vegetation {n} (Plants)  :: vegetação {f}
vehemence {n} (An intense concentration, force or power)  :: veemência {f}
vehement {adj} (showing strong feelings; passionate; forceful or intense)  :: veemente
vehemently {adv} (in a vehement manner)  :: veementemente
vehicle {n} (conveyance)  :: veículo {m}
vehicle {n} (medium)  :: veículo {m}, meio {m}
veil {n} (something to hide an object)  :: véu {m}
veil {n} (covering for a person or thing)  :: véu {m}
veil {v} (put on or decorate with a veil)  :: velar
veil {v} (conceal with a veil)  :: velar
vein {n} (blood vessel)  :: veia {f}
vein {n} (thickened portion of a leaf)  :: nervura {f}
vein {n} (stripe or streak in stone or other material)  :: veio {m}
veisalgia {n} (unpleasant after-effects of the consumption of alcohol) SEE: hangover  ::
velar {adj} (articulated at the soft palate)  :: velar
velar {n} (a sound articulated at the soft palate)  :: velar {f}
veld {n} (pasture land)  :: veld {m}
velleity {n} (lowest degree of desire)  :: veleidade {f}, capricho {m}
velleity {n} (slight wish with no effort to obtain)  :: veleidade {f}
vellum {n} (type of parchment paper made from the skin of a lamb, baby goat, or calf)  :: velino {m}
velocipede {n} (Early two-wheeled conveyance)  :: velocípede {m}
velocipede {n} ((archaic) generic term for three- and four-wheeled machines driven by hand or foot levers)  :: velocípede {m}
velocity {n} (vector quantity)  :: velocidade {f}
velocity {n} (rapidity of motion)  :: velocidade {f}
velocity {n} (economics)  :: velocidade {f}
velodrome {n} (arena for bicycle racing)  :: velódromo {m}
velotaxi {n} (cycle rickshaw used as taxi) SEE: pedicab  ::
velour {n} (A knit fabric similar to velvet, but usually somewhat coarser)  :: velour {m}
velvet {n} (fabric)  :: veludo {m}
velvety {adj} (like velvet)  :: aveludado
vena cava {n} (large vein that returns blood into right atrium)  :: veia cava {f}
venatic {adj} (of or pertaining to hunting)  :: venatório
venatorial {adj} (venatic) SEE: venatic  ::
vendetta {n} (bitter, destructive feud in which each injury is revenged)  :: rivalidade {f}
vending machine {n} (machine that dispenses merchandise)  :: máquina de venda automática {f}, máquina de vender {f}
vendor {n} (A person or a company that vends or sells)  :: vendedor, fornecedor
veneer {n} (thin covering of fine wood)  :: folheado {m}
veneer {v} (to apply veneer)  :: folhear
venereal {adj} (sexually transmitted)  :: venéreo
venereal disease {n} (contagious disease spread through sexual intercourse)  :: doença venérea {f}
venereal disease {n} (disease contracted through sexual contact) SEE: sexually transmitted disease  ::
vengeance {n} (revenge taken for an insult, injury, or other wrong)  :: vingança {f}
vengeful {adj} (wanting vengeance)  :: vingativo
vengefulness {n} (state or quality of being vengeful)  :: vingatividade {f}
venial {adj} (pardonable; able to be forgiven)  :: perdoável, venial
venial {adj} (excusable; trifling)  :: perdoável, venial
venison {n} (the meat of a deer)  :: carne de cervo {f}
venom {n} (poison carried by animal)  :: peçonha {f}, veneno {m}
venomous {adj} (pertaining to or denoting an animal capable of producing a poisonous chemical)  :: peçonhento, venenoso
venomous {adj} (pertaining to or containing venom)  :: peçonhento
venomous {adj} (malignant; spiteful; hateful)  :: peçonhento
venous {adj} (of or pertaining to veins)  :: venoso
vent {n} (an opening through which gases, especially air, can pass)  :: respiradouro {m}
vent one's spleen {v} (to openly express pent-up anger)  :: desabafar
ventilate {v} (To replace stale or noxious air with fresh)  :: ventilar
ventilate {v} (To circulate air through a building, etc.)  :: ventilar, arejar
ventilate {v} ((medicine) To provide manual or mechanical breathing to a patient)  :: ventilar
ventilation {n} (mechanical system used to circulate and replace air)  :: ventilação
ventilation {n} (breathing)  :: ventilação
ventilator {n} (device that circulates fresh air and expels stale or noxious air)  :: ventilador {m}, circulador de ar {m}, exaustor {m}
ventilator {n} (respirator) SEE: respirator  ::
ventral {adj} (related to the abdomen or stomach)  :: ventral
ventral {adj} (on the front side of the human body or the according surface of an animal)  :: ventral
ventricle {n} (one of two lower chambers of the heart)  :: ventrículo {m}
ventricle {n} (one of the cavities of the brain)  :: ventrículo {m}
ventricular {adj} (of or relating to a ventricle)  :: ventricular
ventriloquism {n} (art of projecting one's voice so that it appears to come from another source)  :: ventriloquia {f}, ventriloquismo {m}
ventriloquist {n} (a person who practices ventriloquism)  :: ventríloquo {m}, ventríloqua {f}
venture {n} (A risky or daring undertaking or journey)  :: aventura {f}
venture {v} (to undertake a risky journey)  :: aventurar-se
venture {v} (to risk)  :: arriscar
venturi {n} (throat of a carburetor) SEE: throat  ::
venue {n} (place, especially the one where a given event is to happen)  :: sala de eventos {f}, salão de eventos {m}
veracity {n} ((of a person) the quality of speaking or stating the truth; truthfulness)  :: veracidade {f}
veracity {n} (something that is true; a truthful statement; a truth)  :: verdade {f}
veranda {n} (roofed open gallery)  :: varanda {f}
verb {n} ((grammar) a word that indicates an action, event, or a state)  :: verbo {m}
verbal {adj} (of, or relating to words)  :: verbal
verbal {adj} (concerned with the words)  :: verbal
verbal {adj} (consisting of words only)  :: verbal
verbal {adj} (expressly spoken or written, as opposed to implied)  :: verbal
verbal {adj} (derived from, or having the nature of a verb)  :: verbal
verbal {adj} (spoken and not written; oral)  :: verbal, oral
verbal noun {n} (grammar: noun that is morphologically related to a verb and has similar meaning)  :: substantivo verbal {m}
verbalize {v} (to express)  :: verbalizar
verbalize {v} (to adapt as a verb)  :: verbalizar
verbatim {adv} (word for word)  :: à letra, palavra por palavra, ipsis litteris, verbatim
verbena {n} (a genus of herbaceous plants)  :: verbena {f}
verbiage {n} (overabundance of words)  :: verbalizar
verbose {adj} (abounding in words)  :: verboso
verbosity {n} (the excess use of words; long-windedness)  :: verbosidade {f}
verdant {adj} (abundant in verdure)  :: verdejante
verdict {n} (decision on an issue of fact in a civil or criminal case or an inquest)  :: veredito {m}
verdigris {n} (blue-green patina on copper and copper alloys)  :: azinhavre
verge {n} (edge or border)  :: beira {f}, beirada {f}
verge {n} (grassy area between the sidewalk and the street)  :: orla {f}
verge {n} (extreme limit)  :: beira
verge {v} (to come very close)  :: beirar
verge {n} (phallus) SEE: phallus  ::
verification {n} (the act of verifying)  :: verificação
verify {v} (to substantiate or prove the truth of something)  :: verificar
verify {v} (to confirm or test the truth or accuracy of something)  :: verificar, confirmar, constatar
verify {v} (law: to affirm something formally, under oath)  :: constatar
verily {adv} (truly, doubtlessly)  :: verdadeiramente
verisimilitude {n} (property of seeming true)  :: verossimilhança {f}
verjuice {n} (very acidic juice)  :: agraço {m}
verlan {n} (type of backslang used in French)  :: verlan {m}
vermicelli {n} (long, slender pasta)  :: vermicelli {m}, aletria {f}
vermiculation {n} (peristalsis) SEE: peristalsis  ::
vermiform appendix {n} (blind tube projecting from the caecum)  :: apêndice vermiforme {m}, apêndice cecal {m}
vermilion {n} (pigment)  :: vermelhão {m}
vermilion {n} (colour)  :: vermelhão {m}
vermilion {n} (dye)  :: vermelhão {m}
vermilion {adj} (having a brilliant red colour)  :: vermelhão
vermin {n} (Any one of various common types of small insects or animals which cause harm and annoyance)  :: vermina {f}
vermin {n} (An obnoxious, or mean and offensive person)  :: verme {m}
vermouth {n} (wine infused with herbs)  :: vermute {m}
vernacular {n} (national language)  :: vernáculo {m}
vernacular {n} (everyday speech)  :: vernáculo {m}
vernacular {n} (language unique to a particular group of people)  :: fala {f}
vernacular {n} ((christianity) indigenous language of a people)  :: vernáculo {m}
vernacular {adj} (pertaining to everyday language)  :: vernáculo, vernacular
vernal {adj} (pertaining to spring)  :: vernal
vernal equinox {n} (the point)  :: equinócio de primavera {m}, equinócio vernal {m}
vernal equinox {n} (the moment)  :: equinócio de primavera {m}, equinócio vernal {m}
vernalization {n} (certain treatment of seeds or bulbs)  :: vernalização {f}
vernalize {v} (to subject to vernalization)  :: vernalizar
veronica {n} ((Roman Catholicism) image of Jesus's face on a cloth; the cloth itself)  :: verónica {f} [Portugal], verônica {f} [Brazil]
versatile {adj} (capable of doing many things competently)  :: versátil
versatile {adj} (having varied uses or many functions)  :: versátil
versatile {adj} (changeable or inconstant)  :: versátil
verse {n} (poetic form with regular meter and a fixed rhyme scheme)  :: verso {m}
verse {n} (poetic form in general)  :: verso {m}
verse {n} (one of several similar units of a song, consisting of several lines, generally rhymed)  :: verso {m}
verse {n} (a small section of the Bible)  :: versículo {m}
versify {v} (transitive: to make or compose verses)  :: versar, versejar, versificar
versify {v} (intransitive: to tell in verse; deal with in verse form)  :: versar, versejar, versificar
versify {v} (intransitive: to turn prose into poetry; rewrite in verse form)  :: versar, versejar, versificar
version {n} (a specific form or variation of something)  :: versão, variante
version {n} (a translation from one language to another)  :: versão {f}
version {n} (an account or description from a particular point of view)  :: versão {f}
version {n} (computing)  :: versão {f}
version {v} (to keep track of in a versioning system)  :: versionar
versioning {n} (distinguishing items based on version)  :: versionamento {m}
verst {n} (unit of length)  :: versta {f}
versus {prep} (in opposition to)  :: contra, vérsus
versus {prep} (compared with)  :: contra
vert {n} (colour)  :: sinople {m}
vert {adj} (of green colour)  :: sinople
vertebra {n} (any of the small bones which make up the backbone)  :: vértebra {f}
vertebral column {n} (vertebral column)  :: coluna vertebral {f}
vertebrate {adj} (having a backbone)  :: vertebrado {m}, vertebrada {f}
vertebrate {n} (an animal having a backbone)  :: vertebrado {m}
vertex {n} (highest point)  :: cume {m}, vértice {m}, topo {m}
vertex {n} (anatomy: highest surface on skull)  :: vértice {m}
vertex {n} (geometry: corner of a polygon or polyhedron)  :: vértice {m}
vertex {n} (element of a graph)  :: vértice {m}
vertex {n} (computer graphics: point in 3D space)  :: vértice {m}
vertical {adj} (being perpendicular to horizontal)  :: vertical
vertically {adv} (in a vertical direction or position)  :: verticalmente
vertiginous {adj} (Inducing giddiness or vertigo)  :: vertiginoso {m}
vertigo {n} (sensation of whirling and loss of balance)  :: vertigem {f}
very {adj} (the same; identical)  :: próprio
very {adv} (to a high degree)  :: muito; assaz [chiefly archaic]
very {adv} (true, truly)  :: de facto [Portugal], de fato [Brazil]
very much {adv} (indeed) SEE: indeed  ::
vespiary {n} (a wasps' nest)  :: vespeiro {m}
vessel {n} (craft)  :: barco {m}, navio {m}, embarcação {f}
vessel {n} (container)  :: vasilha {f}, vaso {m}, reservatório {m}, recipiente {m}
vessel {n} (tube or canal that carries fluid in an animal or plant)  :: vaso {m}
vest {n} (garment worn over a shirt)  :: colete {m}
vest {n} (garment worn under a shirt)  :: regata {f}
vestibular {adj} (re: anatomy)  :: vestibular
vestibule {n} (a passage, hall or room)  :: vestíbulo {m}
vestibule {n} (body cavity)  :: vestíbulo {m}
vestige {n} (mark of the foot left on the earth; a track or footstep; a trace; a sign)  :: vestígio {m}, marca {f}, pegada {f}
vestige {n} (faint mark or visible sign left by something which is lost)  :: vestígio {m}
vestment {n} (clothing) SEE: clothing  ::
vet {n} (short form of veteran)  :: veterano {m}
vet {n} (veterinarian) SEE: veterinarian  ::
vetch {n} (any of several leguminous plants)  :: ervilhaca {f}
veteran {n} (person with long experience)  :: veterano {m}
veteran {n} (old soldier)  :: veterano {m}
veteran {adj} (with long experience)  :: veterano
veteran {adj} (related to former members of armed forces)  :: veterano
veterinarian {n} (doctor who treats animals)  :: veterinário {m}, veterinária {f}
veterinary {n} (veterinarian) SEE: veterinarian  ::
veterinary {adj} (of or relating to the medical treatment of animals)  :: veterinário
veterinary medicine {n} (branch of medicine that deals with animals)  :: medicina veterinária {f}
veterinary science {n} (veterinary medicine) SEE: veterinary medicine  ::
veterinary surgeon {n} (veterinarian) SEE: veterinarian  ::
veto {n} (political right)  :: veto {m}
veto {n} (invocation of that right)  :: veto {m}
veto {v} (to use a veto against)  :: vetar
vex {v} (to annoy)  :: vexar, irritar, aborrecer
vex {v} (to distress; to cause mental suffering)  :: tormentar, vexar
vexation {n} (act of annoying, vexing or irritating)  :: vexação {f}
vexation {n} (state of being vexed or irritated)  :: vexação {f}
vexillology {n} (study of flags)  :: vexilologia {f}
vexillum {n} (vane) SEE: vane  ::
vexillum {n} (a flag, banner or standard)  :: vexilo {m}
vexillum {n} (the upper petal of a papilionaceous flower)  :: vexilo {m}
vexillum {n} (sign of the cross) SEE: sign of the cross  ::
via {prep} (by way of)  :: via
via {prep} (by (means of); using (a medium))  :: via
viability {n} (property of being viable)  :: viabilidade
viable {adj} (able to live on its own)  :: viável
viable {adj} (possible)  :: viável
viaduct {n} (bridge with several spans that carries road or rail traffic over a valley)  :: viaduto {m}
vial {n} (a phial)  :: frasco {m}
vibe {n} (atmosphere or aura of a person or place as communicated to and felt by others)  :: vibração [Brasil]
vibraphone {n} (percussion instrument)  :: vibrafone
vibrate {v} (to move with small movements rapidly)  :: vibrar
vibration {n} (act of vibrating)  :: vibração {f}
vibrato {n} (Musical effect or technique)  :: vibrato {m}
vibrator {n} (device that causes vibration)  :: vibrador {m}
vibrator {n} (device used for massage or sexual stimulation)  :: vibrador {m}
viburnum {n} (plants of the genus Viburnum)  :: viburno {m}
vicar {n} (local representative of higher-ranking member of clergy)  :: vigário {m}
vicarious {adj} (done on behalf of others)  :: vicário
vicarious embarrassment {n} (embarrassment felt for someone else)  :: vergonha alheia {f}
vice {n} (bad habit)  :: vício {m}, mania {f}
vice {n} (screw apparatus) SEE: vise  ::
vice president {n} (deputy to a president)  :: vice-presidente {m} {f}
vice versa {adv} (the other way round)  :: vice versa, vice-versa
viceroy {n} (governor of a country)  :: vice-rei {m}
vicinity {n} (proximity, or the state of being near)  :: vizinhança {f}
vicinity {n} (neighbourhood, or the nearby region)  :: vizinhança {f}, arredores {m-p}
vicious circle {n} (situation in which the solution to a problem creates another problem)  :: círculo vicioso {m}
vicissitude {n} (regular change or succession from one thing to another)  :: vicissitude {f}
vicissitude {n} (a change, especially in one's life or fortunes)  :: vicissitude {f}
victim {n} (a living creature which is slain and offered as human or animal sacrifice)  :: vítima {f}, sacrifício {m}
victim {n} (anyone who is harmed by another)  :: vítima {f}
victim {n} (an aggrieved or disadvantaged party in a crime)  :: vítima {f}
victim {n} (a person who suffers any other injury, loss, or damage as a result of a voluntary undertaking)  :: vítima {f}
victim {n} (an unfortunate person who suffers from a disaster or other adverse circumstance)  :: vítima {f}
victim {n} ((narratology) a character who is conquered or manipulated by a villain)  :: vítima {f}
victimize {v} (to make someone a victim or sacrifice)  :: vitimar, vitimizar
victimize {v} (to punish someone unjustly)  :: injustiçar
victimize {v} (defraud) SEE: defraud  ::
victor {n} (winner in a fight or contest)  :: vencedor
victorious {adj} (being the winner)  :: vitorioso
victorious {adj}  :: vitorioso
victory {n} (an instance of having won a competition or battle)  :: vitória {f}
victory lap {n} (extra lap)  :: volta olímpica {f}
vicuna {n} (vicuna)  :: vicunha {f}
video {n} (television show, movie)  :: vídeo {m}
video {n} (motion picture stored on VHS)  :: vídeo {f}
video {n} (VHS)  :: videocassete {m}, fita {f}
video camera {n} (device for recording video)  :: câmera de vídeo {f}
video card {n} (display adapter)  :: placa de vídeo {f}
video game {n} (game controlled by a software)  :: videojogo {m}, vídeo game {m}
video game console {n} (dedicated electronic device that is designed to play video games)  :: console {m}, video game {m} [Brazil], consola {f} [Portugal]
video projector {n} (device)  :: videoprojetor {m}
videocassette {n} (cassette containing recorded videotape)  :: videocassete {f}
videotape {n} (tape used to record videos)  :: video-tape {m}, videotape {m}, videoteipe {m}, fita de vídeo {f}
videotape {v} (to make a recording on videotape)  :: gravar em vídeo, videogravar
vie {v} (To rival; to struggle for superiority; to compete)  :: competir
vielle {n} (medieval stringed instrument)  :: viela {f}
view {n} (seeing)  :: visão {f}
view {n} (range of vision)  :: vista {f}
view {n} (something to look at)  :: vista {f}
view {n} (mental image)  :: visão {f}
view {n} (way of understanding)  :: visão {f}
view {n} (point of view)  :: ponto de vista {m}
view {n} (computing: logical table in database)  :: view {f}, visão {f}
view {v} (to look at)  :: ver
viewer {n} (someone who views a spectacle)  :: espectador
viewer {n} (someone who watches television)  :: telespectador
viewpoint {n} (point of view) SEE: point of view  ::
vigil {n} (keeping awake)  :: vigília {f}
vigil {n} (period of observation or surveillance)  :: vigia {f}
vigil {n} (eve of a religious festival)  :: vigília {f}
vigilance {n} (Alert watchfulness)  :: vigilância {f}
vigilance {n} (Close and continuous attention)  :: vigilância {f}
vigilant {adj} (watchful)  :: vigilante
vigilante {n} (person who considers it their responsibility to summarily uphold the law)  :: justiceiro {m}
vignette {n} (small picture on a postage stamp)  :: vinheta
vigorous {adj} (physically strong and active)  :: vigoroso {m}
vile {adj} (morally low)  :: vil
vilify {v} (say defamatory things about; to speak ill of)  :: vilificar, vilipendiar, difamar
vilify {v} (denounce, belittle through speech)  :: difamar, diminuir
villa {n} (a house used as a retreat)  :: casa de campo {f} [countryside], casa de praia {f} [beach]
village {n} (a rural habitation of size between a hamlet and a town)  :: aldeia {f}, vila {f}, povoado {m}
village idiot {n} (person widely known in their community for their stupidity and ignorant behaviour)  :: idiota da vila {m} {f}
villager {n} (person who lives in, or comes from, a village)  :: aldeão {m}, aldeã {f}
villain {n} (scoundrel)  :: vilão {m}, salafrário {m}, patife {m}
villain {n} (bad person in a stage or screen play)  :: vilão {m}
villancico {n} (traditional Spanish or Portuguese folk song)  :: vilancico {m}, vilhancico {m}, vilancete {m}
villus {n} (small projection from a mucous membrane)  :: vilo {m}
vinblastine {n} (drug used in chemotherapy)  :: vimblastina {f}, vinblastina {f}
vincible {adj} (capable of being defeated)  :: vencível
vindication {n} (the act of vindicating)  :: justificação {f}
vindictive {adj} (having a tendency to seek revenge)  :: vingativo, vingador
vine {n} (climbing plant that produces grapes)  :: videira {f}, parreira {f}, vinha {f}
vine {n} (any similar climbing or trailing plant)  :: cipó {m}
vinegar {n} (condiment)  :: vinagre {m}
vineyard {n} (grape plantation)  :: vinhedo {m}, vinha {f}
vinify {v} (convert into wine)  :: vinificar
vinous {adj} (pertaining to or having the characteristics of wine)  :: vínico
vintage {n} (yield of grapes during one season)  :: vindima {f}
vintage {adj} (of a car, built between 1919 and 1930)  :: antigo
vinyl {n} (univalent radical)  :: vinil {m}, vinila {f}
vinyl {n} (substance)  :: vinil {m}, vinila {f}
vinyl {n} (record)  :: vinil {m}
vinylic {adj} (relating to vinyl)  :: vinílico
viol {n} (stringed instrument)  :: viola da gamba {f}
viola {n} (music: stringed instrument of the violin family)  :: viola {f}; Brazil: violeta {f}; Portugal: viola d'arco {f}
viola {n} (music: Brazilian 10-string guitar)  :: viola {f}
viola {n} (botany: any of several flowering plants)  :: violeta {f}
viola da gamba {n} (viol) SEE: viol  ::
violability {n} (the quality of being violable)  :: violabilidade {f}
violable {adj} (capable of being violated)  :: violável
violate {v} (to break or fail to act by rules)  :: violar, transgredir
violation {n} (act or instance of violating)  :: violação {f}
violence {n} (extreme force)  :: violência {f}
violence {n} (action intended to cause destruction, pain or suffering)  :: violência {f}
violence {n} (widespread fighting)  :: hostilidade {f}
violence {n} (injustice, wrong)  :: injustiça {f}
violent {adj} (involving extreme force or motion)  :: violento
violent {adj} (involving physical conflict)  :: violento
violent {adj} (likely to use physical force)  :: violento
violent {adj} (intensely vivid)  :: violento
violently {adv} (in a violent manner)  :: violentamente
violet {n} (colour)  :: violeta {m}, lilás {m}
violet {n} (plant)  :: violeta {f}
violet {adj} (having a bluish-purple color)  :: violeta
violin {n} (string instrument)  :: violino {m}
violinist {n} (person who plays violin)  :: violinista {m} {f}
violist {n} (person who plays the viola)  :: violista {m} {f}
violoncello {n} (cello) SEE: cello  ::
viper {n} (a poisonous snake in the family Viperidae)  :: víbora {f}
viper {n} (adder) SEE: adder  ::
viperine {adj} (relating to or resembling vipers)  :: viperino
virago {n} (rough woman)  :: virago {f}
viral {adj} (relating to a virus in biological sense)  :: viral
viral {adj} (caused by a virus)  :: viral
viral {adj} (advertising and marketing: spread by word of mouth)  :: viral
virgin {n} (person who has never had sexual intercourse)  :: virgem {m} {f}
virgin {adj} (of a person, in a state of virginity)  :: virgem, virginal
virgin {adj} (of an object, untouched)  :: virgem, virginal
virgin forest {n} (forest free from disturbance)  :: floresta virgem {f}
virginal membrane {n} (hymen) SEE: hymen  ::
virginity {n} (state or characteristic of being a virgin)  :: virgindade {f}
virile {adj} (being manly)  :: viril
virility {n} (the state of being virile)  :: virilidade {f}
virology {n} (branch of microbiology that deals with the study of viruses and viral disease)  :: virologia
virtual {adj} (in effect; not fact)  :: virtual
virtual {adj} (simulated in a computer)  :: virtual
virtual {adj} (in object-oriented programming)  :: virtual
virtual reality {n} (virtual reality)  :: realidade virtual
virtually {adv} (almost)  :: praticamente
virtually {adv} (in essence, but not in fact)  :: virtualmente
virtue {n} (excellence in morals)  :: virtude {f}
virtue {n} (a good model quality)  :: virtude {f}
virtue {n} (chastity and faithfulness)  :: virtude {f}
virtue {n} (an exemplary quality)  :: virtude {f}
virtuoso {n} (A person with masterly ability, technique or style)  :: virtuoso {m}
virtuous {adj} (full of virtue, having excellent moral character)  :: virtuoso {m}, nobre {m} {f}, digno {m}
virtuous circle {n}  :: círculo virtuoso {m}
virus {n} (infectious organism)  :: vírus {m}
virus {n} (computer virus)  :: vírus {m}, vírus de computador {m}
visa {n} (permit)  :: visto {m}
visarga {n} (voiceless h in Sanskrit)  :: visarga {m}
viscera {n} (internal organs of the body)  :: víscera {f}
viscometer {n} (instrument used to measure viscosity)  :: viscosímetro {m}
viscosity {n} (state of being viscous)  :: viscosidade {f}
viscosity {n} (physics: quantity expressing the magnitude of internal friction in a fluid)  :: viscosidade {f}
viscount {n} (a member of the peerage above a baron but below a count or earl)  :: visconde {m}
viscountess {n} (viscount's wife)  :: viscondessa {f}
viscountess {n} (a woman holding the rank of viscount in her own right)  :: viscondessa {f}
viscous {adj} (having a thick, sticky consistency)  :: viscoso
vise {n} (two-jawed instrument for holding work)  :: torno {m}, morsa {f}
visibility {n} (degree to which things may be seen)  :: visibilidade {f}
visible {adj} (able to be seen)  :: visível
visibly {adv} (in a visible manner)  :: visivelmente
vision {n} (sense or ability of sight)  :: vista {f}, visão {f}
vision {n} (something imaginary one thinks one sees)  :: visão {f}
vision {n} (ideal or goal)  :: visão {f}
vision {n} (religious or mystical experience)  :: visão {f}
vision {n} (person or thing of beauty)  :: beleza {f}, joia {f}
vision {n} (footage) SEE: footage  ::
visionary {adj} (having vision or foresight)  :: visionário {m}
visit {v} (to go and meet (someone))  :: visitar
visit {n} (single act of visiting)  :: visita {f}
visit {n} (meeting with a doctor)  :: consulta {f}
visit {v} (to avenge) SEE: avenge  ::
visiting card {n} (business card) SEE: business card  ::
visitor {n} (guest)  :: visita {f}
visitor {n} (sightseer)  :: turista {m} {f}, visitante
visitors' book {n} (a facility for visitors' comments) SEE: guest book  ::
visor {n} (mask) SEE: mask  ::
vista {n} (distant view or prospect)  :: vista
vista {n} (site offering such a view)  :: vista
visual {adj} (related to or affecting the vision)  :: visual
visual arts {n} (art forms that are primarily visual in nature)  :: artes visuais {f-p}
visualization {n} (the act of visualizing, or something visualized)  :: visualização {f}
visualization {n} (computing: a visual representation of data)  :: visualização {f}
vis-à-vis {n} (counterpart) SEE: counterpart  ::
vis-à-vis {prep} (in relation to)  :: frente a, defronte,
vis-à-vis {prep} (opposite)  :: face a face, cara a cara
vis-à-vis {n} (date)  :: acompanhante {mf}
vis-à-vis {adv} (face to face)  :: face a face, cara a cara
vis-à-vis {adj} (face-to-face) SEE: face-to-face  ::
vital {adj} (containing life) SEE: living  ::
vital {adj} (relating to, or characteristic of life)  :: vital
vital {adj} (necessary to the continuation of life)  :: vital
vital {adj} (very important)  :: vital
vitalism {n} (doctrine that life involves a "vital force")  :: vitalismo {m}
vitality {n} (the capacity to live and develop)  :: vitalidade {f}
vitality {n} (energy or vigour)  :: vitalidade {f}
vitamin {n} (organic compound essential to human health)  :: vitamina {f}
vitamin A {n} (any fat-soluble vitamin essential for vision)  :: vitamina A {f}
vitamin B {n} (member of the vitamin B complex)  :: vitamina B {f}
vitamin C {n} (L-enantiomer of ascorbic acid)  :: vitamina C {f}
vitamin D {n} (Any of a number of fat-soluble vitamins)  :: vitamina D {f}
vitamin E {n} (any of several fat-soluble vitamins)  :: vitamina E {f}
viticulture {n} (agricultural practice of growing grape vines)  :: vinicultura {f}, viticultura {f}
vitiligo {n} (patchy loss of skin pigmentation)  :: vitiligo {m}
vitreous humor {n} (vitreous humour) SEE: vitreous humour  ::
vitreous humour {n} (clear gel)  :: humor vítreo {m}, corpo vítreo {m}
vitrine {n} (glass-paneled cabinet or case)  :: vitrine {f}, vitrina {f}
vitriol {n} (various metal sulphates)  :: vitríolo {m}
vitriolic {adj} (bitterly scathing) SEE: caustic  ::
viva {interj} (long live ... !) SEE: long live  ::
vivacious {adj} (lively and animated)  :: vivaz
vivarium {n} (Artificial environment for animals)  :: viveiro {m}
vivianite {n} (mineral)  :: vivianita {f}, vivianite {f}
vivid {adj} (clear, detailed or powerful)  :: vívido
vivid {adj} (bright, intense or colourful)  :: vívido, vivo
vividness {n} (state of being vivid)  :: vividez {f}
viviparous {adj} (of an animal)  :: vivíparo
viviparous {adj} (of a plant)  :: vivíparo
vivisection {n} (The action of invasive treatment of a living organism for scientific investigation)  :: vivissecção {f}, vivisseção {f}
vixen {n} (attractive woman) SEE: fox  ::
vixen {n} (female fox)  :: raposa {f}
vixen {n} (temperamental woman)  :: megera {f}
vizier {n} (high-ranking official)  :: vizir {m}
vlei {n} (marsh) SEE: marsh  ::
vlei {n} (wetland) SEE: wetland  ::
vlog {n} (weblog using video)  :: vlog {m}, videoblog {m}
vlogger {n} (a contributor to a vlog)  :: vlogger {m} {f}, vlogueiro {m}
völva {n} (in Old Norse society, a female practitioner of magic divination and prophecy)  :: völva {f}
vobla {n} (Rutilus caspicus)  :: vobla {m}
vocabulary {n} (list of words)  :: vocabulário {m}
vocabulary {n} (set of words a person knows)  :: vocabulário {m}
vocabulary {n} (stock of words used in a particular field)  :: vocabulário {m}, terminologia {f}
vocabulary {n} (words of a language collectively)  :: vocabulário {m}
vocal {adj} (of or pertaining to the voice or speech)  :: vocal
vocal {adj} (uttered or modulated by the voice)  :: vocal
vocal {adj} (phonetics)  :: vocálico
vocal {adj} (of or pertaining to a vowel)  :: vocálico
vocal cord {n} (folds of mucous membrane)  :: corda vocal {f}
vocal cords {n} (folds of tissue)  :: cordas vocais {f-p}
vocalist {n} (singer)  :: vocalista {m} {f}
vocation {n} (calling)  :: vocação {f}
vocation {n} (occupation for which a person is suited)  :: vocação {f}
vocative {adj} (grammar: used in address)  :: vocativo
vocative {n} (grammatical case) SEE: vocative case  ::
vocative case {n} (case of address)  :: vocativo {m}
vociferate {v} (to cry out with vehemence)  :: vociferar
vodka {n} (clear distilled alcoholic liquor)  :: vodca {f}
vodyanoi {n} (vodyanoy) SEE: vodyanoy  ::
vodyanoy {n} (type of water sprite)  :: vodianoi {m}
voetsek {interj} (get lost) SEE: get lost  ::
voetsek {interj} (go away) SEE: go away  ::
vogue {n} (the prevailing fashion or style)  :: voga {f}
voice {n} (sound uttered by the mouth)  :: voz
voice {n} (sound made through vibration of the vocal cords)  :: fonação {f}
voice {n} (tone or sound emitted by anything)  :: som {m}
voice {n} (the faculty or power of utterance)  :: voz {f}
voice {n} (language; words; speech; expression; signification of feeling or opinion)  :: palavra {f}, voz {f}
voice {n} (opinion or choice expressed; judgment; a vote)  :: sentença {f}
voice {n} (command, precept)  :: mandamento {m}
voice {n} (one who speaks; speaker)  :: falante {m} {f}
voice {n} (grammar: particular mode of inflecting or conjugating verbs)  :: voz {f}
voice {v} (to give utterance or expression to)  :: verbalizar, expressar, proferir, exprimir
voice {v} (to utter with a sonant or vocal tone)  :: vocalizar
voice actor {n} (an actor who provides voices for animations, dubbed films)  :: dublador {m}
voice box {n} (larynx) SEE: larynx  ::
voiced {adj} (sounded with vibration of the vocal cords)  :: sonoro
voiceless {adj} (lacking a voice, without vocal sound)  :: mudo
voiceless {adj} ((phonetics, of a consonant) spoken without vibration of the vocal cords)  :: surdo {m}
void {adj} (having lost all legal validity)  :: nulo {m}, inválido {m}
void {n} (An empty space; a vacuum)  :: vazio {m}, vácuo {m}
void {v} (to make invalid or worthless)  :: anular, invalidar
void {v} ((medicine) to empty)  :: esvaziar, evacuar
voilà {interj} (behold!)  :: eis
voila {interj} (voilà) SEE: voilà  ::
voivode {n} (a local ruler or official in various parts of central and eastern Europe)  :: voivoda {m}
voivodeship {n} (the jurisdiction of a voivode)  :: voivodato {m}, voivodia {f}
volatile {adj} (evaporating or vaporizing readily under normal conditions)  :: volátil
volatile {adj} ((of a price etc) variable or erratic)  :: instável
volcanic {adj} (of or pertaining to a volcano)  :: vulcânico
volcanic {adj} (produced by a volcano)  :: vulcânico
volcanism {n} (natural phenomena associated with volcanoes)  :: vulcanismo {m}
volcano {n} (mountain containing a magma chamber)  :: vulcão {m}
volcanologist {n} (person who studies volcanology)  :: vulcanólogo {m}, vulcanologista {m} {f}
volcanology {n} (study of volcanoes)  :: vulcanologia {f}
vole {n} (small rodents of the subfamily Arvicolinae)  :: rato-do-campo {m}
volition {n} (conscious choice or decision)  :: volição {f}
volition {n} (mental power or ability of choosing)  :: volição {f}, vontade {f}
volley {n} (simultaneous fire)  :: salva {f}, saraivada {f}
volley {n} (flight of a ball before it bounces)  :: voleio {m}
volleyball {n} (game)  :: voleibol {m}, vólei {m} [Portugal], vôlei {m} [Brazil]
volleyball {n} (ball used to play the game)  :: bola de vôlei/vólei {f}
volleyballer {n} (volleyball player)  :: voleibolista {m} {f}
volt {n} (unit of measure)  :: volt {m}
voltage {n} (amount of electrostatic potential)  :: tensão {f}, voltagem {f}
volte-face {n} (a reversal of policy, attitude or principle)  :: reviravolta {f}
voltmeter {n} (instrument for measuring electric potential)  :: voltímetro {m}
voluble {adj} (fluent or having a ready flow of speech; garrulous or loquacious)  :: loquaz
voluble {adj} (easily rolling or turning)  :: volúvel
voluble {adj} (twisting and turning like a vine)  :: volúvel
volume {n} (unit of three dimensional measure that consists of a length, a width and a height)  :: volume {m}
volume {n} (strength of sound)  :: volume {m}
volume {n} (issues of a periodical over a period of one year)  :: volume {m}
volume {n} (single book of a publication issued in multi-book format, such as an encyclopedia)  :: volume {m}, tomo {m}
volume {n} (synonym for quantity)  :: volume {m}
voluminous {adj} (pertaining to volume)  :: volumoso {m}
voluntarily {adv} (in a voluntary manner)  :: voluntariamente
voluntary {adj} (done, given, or acting of one's own free will)  :: voluntário
voluntary {adj} (done by design or intention; intentional)  :: voluntário
voluntary {adj} (working or done without payment)  :: voluntário
voluntary {adj} (of or relating to voluntaryism)  :: voluntário
volunteer {n} (one who voluntarily offers himself/herself for service)  :: voluntário {m}
volunteer {n} (voluntary soldier)  :: voluntário {m}
volunteer {n} (one who acts without legal obligation)  :: voluntário {m}
voluptuous {adj} (suggestive of or characterized by full, generous, pleasurable sensation)  :: voluptuoso
voluptuous {adj} (curvaceous, sexy, full-figured)  :: voluptuoso
volvulus {n} (twist in a loop of the bowel)  :: vólvulo {m}
vomer {n} (vomer bone) SEE: vomer bone  ::
vomer bone {n} (small thin bone that forms part of the septum between the nostrils)  :: vómer {m}
vomeronasal {adj} (of, pertaining to, or situated near the vomer bone between the nose and the mouth)  :: vomeronasal
vomit {v} (to regurgitate the contents of a stomach)  :: vomitar, regurgitar
vomit {n} (regurgitated former contents of a stomach)  :: vômito {m}
von Neumann machine {n} (any computer that has a central processing unit and can store programs in memory)  :: máquina de von Neumann
voodoo {n} (Afro-Caribbean religion)  :: vodu {m}
voracious {adj} (devouring great quantities of food)  :: voraz
voracious {adj} (having a great appetite for anything)  :: voraz
voracity {n} (the state of being voracious)  :: voracidade {f}
-vore {suffix} (an animal identified by their kind of diet)  :: -voro
-vorous {suffix} (habitually feeding on)  :: -voro
vortex {n} (whirlpool)  :: turbilhão {m}, redemoinho {m}, rodamoinho {m}, remoinho {m}, vórtice {m}
vortex {n} (anything involving violent or chaotic activity around some centre)  :: turbilhão {m}, redemoinho {m}
vortex {n} (anything which draws surrounding things)  :: funil {m}
vortical {adj} (pertaining to a vortex)  :: vortiginoso
votaress {n} (a female votary)  :: devota {f}
vote {n} (formalised choice)  :: voto {m}
vote {n} (instance of voting)  :: votação {f}
vote {v} (assert a formalised choice)  :: votar
vote with one's feet {v} (to express one's preferences through one's actions)  :: votar com os pés
voter {n} (one who votes)  :: votante {m} {f}, eleitor {m}, eleitora {f}
voting {n} (action of the verb to vote)  :: votação {f}
voting system {n} (system to determine the result of an election)  :: sistema eleitoral
voucher {n} (A piece of paper that entitles the holder to a discount, or that can be exchanged for goods and services)  :: vale {m}
voucher {n} (A receipt)  :: recibo {m}
vouchsafe {v} (Condescendingly grant a right)  :: permitir
vow {n} (A solemn promise to perform some act, or behave in a specified manner)  :: bodo {m}, voto {m}
vowel {n} (sound)  :: vogal {f}
vowel {n} (letter)  :: vogal {f}
vowel harmony {n} (phonological process)  :: harmonia vocálica {f}
voyage {n} (long journey; especially by ship)  :: viagem {f}
voyager {n} (traveller) SEE: traveller  ::
voyeur {n} (a person who derives sexual pleasure from secretly observing other people)  :: voyeur {m} {f}
voyeurism {n} (derivation of sexual satisfaction by watching people secretly)  :: voyeurismo {m}
vulcanization {n} (process by which rubber is hardened using heat and sulphur)  :: vulcanização {f}
vulcanize {v} (to harden rubber with heat)  :: vulcanizar
vulcanologist {n} (person who studies volcanoes) SEE: volcanologist  ::
vulcanology {n} (study of volcanoes) SEE: volcanology  ::
vulgar {adj} (obscene)  :: vulgar {m} {f}, obsceno {m}, indecente {m} {f}
vulgar {adj} (having to do with common people)  :: vulgar {m} {f}, popular {m} {f}, comum {m} {f}
vulgarian {n} (vulgar individual)  :: indivíduo/pessoa vulgar
vulgarian {adj} (having the characteristics of a vulgarian)  :: vulgar
vulnerability {n} (security vulnerability) SEE: hole  ::
vulnerability {n} (state of being vulnerable)  :: vulnerabilidade {f}
vulnerable {adj} (exposed to attack)  :: vulnerável
vulnific {adj} (causing wounds)  :: vulnífico
vulpine {adj} (pertaining to a fox)  :: vulpino
vulture {v} (bird)  :: abutre {m}, urubu {m}
vulva {n} (collectively the external female sexual organs)  :: cona, vulva {f}
vuvuzela {n} (horn)  :: vuvuzela {f}