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f {letter}  :: letter
{f}  :: faith
{m}  :: fa (musical note)
{f}  :: obsolete spelling of
{mf}  :: fan (admirer or aficionado)
F {letter}  :: letter
faça chuva ou faça sol {adv} [idiomatic]  :: rain or shine (regardless of the circumstances)
faça favor {adv}  :: please (used to make a polite request)
faça-me o favor {phrase}  :: do me a favour
faça-me o favor {phrase} [sarcastic]  :: please! (expression of annoyance or disbelief)
façanha {f}  :: feat, achievement; deed (rare or difficult accomplishment)
façanha {f}  :: prowess (distinguished bravery or courage)
FAB {prop} {f}  :: acronym of Força Aérea Brasileira (Brazilian Air Force)
Fabiano {prop} {m}  :: given name
fabliau {m} [literature]  :: fabliau (genre of short farcical tales)
fabricado {v}  :: past participle of fabricar
fabricado {adj}  :: manufactured, fabricated
fabricando {v}  :: gerund of fabricar
fabricante {m}  :: manufacturer (one who manufactures a product)
fabricação {f}  :: fabrication, manufacture
fabricar {v}  :: to manufacture
fabricar {v}  :: to fabricate
fabulosamente {adv}  :: fabulously (in a fabulous manner)
fabuloso {adj}  :: fabulous, great, wonderful
faca {f}  :: knife
facada {m}  :: stab, stabbing (blow with a knife or similar)
faca de dois gumes {f} [idiomatic]  :: double-edged sword (benefit that is also a liability)
face {f} [anatomy, geometry]  :: face
face {f} [anatomy]  :: the cheek
face a face {adv}  :: vis-à-vis; face to face; in person
Facebook {prop} {m}  :: Facebook (a social-networking website)
faceiro {adj} [of a person]  :: joyous (full of joy)
faceta {f}  :: facet (flat surface cut into a gem)
faceta {f} [figurative]  :: facet (one among many similar yet distinct things)
faceta {f} [anatomy]  :: facet (component of a compound eye)
facetar {v}  :: to facet (to cut facets into an object)
fachada {f} [architecture]  :: façade (of a building)
fachada {f} [figuratively]  :: anything used to hide something, especially criminal activities
facial {adj}  :: facial (of the face)
facil {adj}  :: obsolete spelling of fácil
facilidade {f}  :: ease, facility, easiness
facilitado {v}  :: past participle of facilitar
facilitador {m}  :: enabler (one who helps something happen)
facilitando {v}  :: gerund of facilitar
facilitar {v}  :: to facilitate
facilmente {adv}  :: easily
facilíssimo {adj}  :: most or very easy
facílimo {adj}  :: superlative of fácil
facínora {mf}  :: thug (a criminal who treats others violently or roughly)
facção {f}  :: faction (group of people)
facção {f} [politics]  :: a subdivision of a political party
facção {f} [religion]  :: sect
facão {m}  :: machete
facochero {m}  :: alternative form of facoquero
facoquero {m}  :: warthog (a species of wild pig)
facêro {adj}  :: eye dialect of faceiro
facto {m} [European orthography, Portugal]  :: fact (something which is real)
factor {m}  :: obsolete spelling of fator
factorial {m}  :: obsolete spelling of fatorial
factorial {adj}  :: obsolete spelling of fatorial
factoto {m}  :: alternative form of factótum
factótum {m}  :: factotum (person having many responsibilities)
factual {adj}  :: factual (consisting of facts)
factura {f}  :: obsolete spelling of fatura
facturar {v}  :: obsolete spelling of faturar
factível {adj}  :: feasible
facul {f} [colloquial]  :: uni; abbreviation of faculdade
faculdade {f}  :: faculty (all senses)
faculdade {f}  :: college, school
faculdade {f}  :: power, ability
facultado {v}  :: past participle of facultar
facultando {v}  :: gerund of facultar
facultar {v}  :: to facilitate
facultativo {adj}  :: facultative; optional (not compulsory)
fada {f}  :: fairy
fada dos dentes {f}  :: tooth fairy (a figure of modern myth)
fada madrinha {f}  :: fairy godmother (benevolent female fairy)
fadiga {f}  :: fatigue, weariness
fadiga de combate {f} [historical]  :: shell shock (post-traumatic stress disorder in World War I soldiers)
fadigado {v}  :: past participle of fadigar
fadigando {v}  :: gerund of fadigar
fadigar {v}  :: to tire (cause fatigue)
fadista {mf}  :: fadista
fado {m}  :: fate
fado {m} [music genre]  :: fado
Fael {prop} {m}  :: A diminutive of the male given name Rafael
Faetão {prop} {m}  :: alternative form of Faetonte
Faeton {prop} {m}  :: alternative form of Faetonte
Faetonte {prop} {m} [Greek mythology]  :: Phaëthon (son of Helios)
Fafe {prop}  :: Fafe (city/and/municipality)
fagócito {m}  :: phagocyte (cell of the immune system)
-fagia {suffix}  :: -phagy (the consumption of)
-fago {suffix}  :: -phage
-fago {suffix}  :: -phagous
fagocitose {f} [immunology, cytology]  :: phagocytosis (the process by which a cell internalises foreign bodies)
fagote {m}  :: bassoon (musical instrument in the woodwind family)
fagotista {mf}  :: bassoonist (person who plays the bassoon)
fagotte {m}  :: obsolete spelling of fagote
fagópiro {m}  :: buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum, a plant)
fagueiro {adj}  :: mild, gentle
fagueiro {adj}  :: affectionate
fagueiro {adj}  :: pleasant
fagueiro {adj}  :: pleasurable
fagulha {f}  :: spark (particle of glowing matter)
fagulhar {v}  :: to spark (to emit sparks)
Fagundes Varela {prop}  :: Fagundes Varela (placename)
faia {f}  :: beech (tree of Fagus family)
faia branca {f}  :: American beech (Fagus grandifolia, a beech of North America)
faiança {f}  :: faience (type of tin-glazed earthenware ceramic)
faia-preta {f}  :: aspen (tree of genus Populus)
faina {f} [nautical]  :: work onboard a ship
faina {f} [by extension]  :: any type of hard work
faina {f} [by extension]  :: task, job
faiscar {vi}  :: to spark (to emit sparks)
faisão {m}  :: pheasant
faisquinha {contraction}  :: diminutive of faísca
fait accompli {m}  :: fait accompli (an established fact)
faixa {f}  :: band, strip
faixa {f} [fashion]  :: belt, ribbon, strap, sash
faixa {f} [music]  :: track (on a record)
faixa {f}  :: lane (on a road)
faixa {f} [heraldiccharge]  :: fess (horizontal band across the middle of the shield)
Faixa de Gaza {prop} {f}  :: Faixa de Gaza (exclave)
faixa de ônibus {f}  :: bus lane
faixa de pedestres {f}  :: pedestrian crossing (place marked for pedestrians to cross a street)
fajã {f} [geology, regional, Azores, Madeira]  :: flat surface near the sea, created from collapsing cliffs or lava flows
fajr {mf} [Islam, rare]  :: fajr (dawn prayer)
fajuto {adj} [colloquial, Brazil]  :: tacky (of low quality)
fajuto {adj} [of a person]  :: untrustworthy
fajuto {adj}  :: fake; false; falsified
fake {m} [Internet slang]  :: a fake account in a social network
fake {adj} [Internet slang, of an image or video shared on the web]  :: fake, manipulated, not genuine
falá {v}  :: eye dialect of falar
fala {f} [uncountable]  :: speech (the ability to speak; the state of not being mute)
fala {f}  :: a speech, a discourse
fala {f}  :: accent (the way someone speaks)
fala {f}  :: a dialect or regional variant of a language
fala {f}  :: a line of dialogue in a screenplay or script
fala aí {interj}  :: See: fala
fala aí {interj} [colloquial]  :: hi; what's up (a greeting)
falacia {f}  :: fallacy
falacioso {adj}  :: fallacious (characterized by fallacy; false or mistaken)
falado {adj}  :: spoken
falador {adj}  :: talkative (tending to talk or speak freely or often)
fala inglês {phrase}  :: do you speak English?
falando do diabo {phrase} [idiomatic, humorous]  :: speak of the devil (expression used when a person mentioned in the current conversation happens to arrive)
falange {f} [skeleton]  :: phalanx; phalange
falange {f} [skeleton, dated]  :: proximal phalange
falange {f} [military, historical, Ancient Greece]  :: phalanx
falange distal {f} [skeleton]  :: distal phalange
falange média {f} [skeleton]  :: intermediate phalange
falange proximal {f} [skeleton]  :: proximal phalange
falangeta {f} [dated, skeleton]  :: distal phalange
falanginha {f}  :: diminutive of falange
falanginha {f} [skeleton, dated]  :: intermediate phalange
falante {mf}  :: speaker
falante {adj}  :: talking
falante nativa {f}  :: feminine noun of falante nativo
falante nativo {m}  :: native speaker
falar {vi}  :: to speak; to talk (to say words out loud)
falar {v} [by extension]  :: to communicate by any means
falar {vt}  :: to say something
falar {v} [com]  :: to talk to
falar {v} [para]  :: to tell (to convey by speech)
falar {v} [de, sobre]  :: to talk about
falar {v} [de]  :: to speak ill of
falar {vt}  :: to speak (to be able to communicate in a language)
falar {m}  :: A cant, dialect or regional language
falar com a porta {v} [idiom]  :: To speak while the interlocutor is not paying attention
falar em línguas {v}  :: to speak in tongues (to speak in an elaborate but apparently meaningless speech)
falar mais do que a boca {v}  :: alternative form of falar mais que a boca
falar mais que a boca {v} [idiom]  :: to talk or speak excessively
falar mal {v} [colloquial]  :: to badmouth (to criticise or malign)
falar pelos cotovelos {vi} [idiom]  :: to talk excessively
falar sério {vt}  :: to mean it (to have conviction in what one says)
falar sério {v}  :: to mean something seriously, without the intention to be a joke or irony
falas português {phrase} [colloquial]  :: Do you speak Portuguese?
fala sério {interj}  :: No way (implies the speaker is astonished and/or does not believe something said)
fala sério {interj}  :: Implies the speaker is annoyed with something.
fala sério {interj}  :: See: falar sério
falatório {m}  :: chatter (talk, especially meaningless or unimportant talk)
falcata {f}  :: falcata (ancient Iberian sword)
falcatrua {f}  :: trickery, fraud, fiddle
falácia {f}  :: fallacy
falciforme {adj}  :: falciform (sickle-shaped)
falcão {m}  :: falcon, hawk
falcão-americano {m}  :: sparrow hawk (Falco sparverius, a bird of prey)
falcoar {vi}  :: to hawk (to hunt with a hawk)
falcoaria {f} [uncountable]  :: falconry (sport of hunting by using trained birds of prey)
falcoaria {f}  :: a place or cage where birds of prey are kept
falcoeiro {m}  :: falconer (a person who breeds or trains hawks)
falcoens {n}  :: obsolete spelling of falcões
falconete {m}  :: falconet
falcão peregrino {m}  :: peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus, a bird of prey)
falcoẽs {n}  :: obsolete spelling of falcões
falda {f}  :: foot, lower slope (of a mountain)
falda {f}  :: border, edge
falecendo {v}  :: gerund of falecer
faleceo {v}  :: obsolete spelling of faleceu
falecer {v}  :: to die
faleceraõ {v}  :: obsolete spelling of faleceram
faleceraõ {v}  :: obsolete spelling of falecerão
falecerão {v}  :: obsolete spelling of faleceram
falecido {v}  :: past participle of falecer
falecimento {m}  :: death, demise
faleriense {mf}  :: Faliscan (member of an ancient Italic people who lived in southern Etruria)
faleriense {adj}  :: Faliscan (of or relating to the Faliscans)
faláfel {m}  :: falafel (a Middle Eastern dish made from ground chickpeas)
falha {f}  :: A flaw
falha {f} [geology]  :: A fault
faúlha {f}  :: spark (particle of glowing matter)
falhanço {m}  :: failure
falhar {v}  :: to fail
falicismo {m}  :: phallicism (phallus worship)
falido {adj}  :: bankrupt
falir {v}  :: to go bankrupt
falisco {adj}  :: Faliscan
falisco {m}  :: Faliscan
falla {f}  :: obsolete spelling of fala
falla {v}  :: obsolete spelling of fala
fallar {v}  :: obsolete spelling of falar
falleceo {v}  :: obsolete spelling of faleceu
fallecer {v}  :: obsolete spelling of falecer
falleceraõ {v}  :: obsolete spelling of faleceram
falleceraõ {v}  :: obsolete spelling of falecerão
falleceram {v}  :: obsolete spelling of faleceram
fallecerão {v}  :: obsolete spelling of faleceram
fallecerão {v}  :: obsolete spelling of falecerão
falleceu {v}  :: obsolete spelling of faleceu
falência {f}  :: bankruptcy (inability to pay creditors)
falou {interj} [Brazil, familiar]  :: see you; bye
falou e disse {phrase} [colloquial]  :: you said it (used to express total agreement to a previous statement)
falous {interj} [slang]  :: alternative form of falou
falow {interj} [internet slang]  :: alternative form of falou
falows {interj} [internet slang]  :: alternative form of falou
falsamente {adv}  :: In false context; not conforming to facts or reality; untruthfully; falsely
falsear {v}  :: to fake; to falsify
falsete {m} [music]  :: falsetto (vocal register occupying the frequency range just above the modal voice)
falésia {f}  :: cliff (a (near) vertical rock face)
falsidade {f}  :: falsehood, falsity
falsidade ideológica {f}  :: fraud (assumption of a false identity to such deceptive end)
falsificado {adj}  :: bogus; counterfeit; fake; falsified
falsificador {m}  :: counterfeiter (a person who creates forgeries)
falsificador {adj}  :: which or who counterfeits
falsificação {f}  :: the act of faking, counterfeiting something
falsificação {f}  :: counterfeit; a fake object
falsificar {vt}  :: to falsify (to alter so as to be false)
falso {adj}  :: false; untrue; not factual; wrong
falso {adj}  :: false; artificial; fake
falso {adj} [logic]  :: false
falso {adj}  :: that which deceives or lies
falso amigo {m}  :: See: falso amigo
falso amigo {m} [linguistics]  :: false friend (word in a foreign language bearing a deceptive resemblance to a word in a language)
falta {f}  :: lack (the condition of not having, needing, or needing more of something)
falta {f}  :: [education] absence; truancy (an instance of missing a class)
falta {f}  :: fault (a mistake, error, sin or transgression, especially a minor one)
falta {f}  :: [sports] foul (breach of game rules)
falta {f}  :: [association football] direct free kick (free kick following a foul committed outside the penalty area)
falta {f} [only in sentir falta]  :: the condition of missing someone or something
falta de ar {f}  :: breathlessness (state of being breathless or out of breath)
falta de ar {f}  :: See: falta de ar
faltado {v}  :: past participle of faltar
faltando {v}  :: gerund of faltar
faltante {adj}  :: missing; lacking
faltar {vi}  :: there to be not; to be missing; to be lacking;
faltar {v} [a]  :: to be lacking from; to be absent from;
faltar {v} [a]  :: not to attend;
faltar {vi}  :: to remain; to be left (for completing something)
falto {adj} [usually, with de]  :: in need (of) (lacking something)
faltoso {adj}  :: wrongful
falua {f} [nautical]  :: felucca (type of boat used to transport passengers and goods across the river Tagus)
Falun Gong {prop} {m}  :: Falun Gong (a spiritual practice founded in China in 1992)
falível {adj}  :: fallible (capable of making mistakes or being wrong)
fama {f}  :: reputation
fama {f}  :: fame
Fama {prop}  :: Fama (placename)
famigerado {adj}  :: famed; famous (known by many people)
famigerado {adj} [deprecative]  :: infamous; notorious
familha {f}  :: obsolete form of família
familia {f}  :: obsolete spelling of família
familial {adj}  :: familial (relating to families)
familiar {adj}  :: familiar (known to one)
familiar {adj}  :: of or relating to a family
familiar {m} [usually plural]  :: relative (person in the same family)
familiar {m}  :: familiar (attendant spirit)
familiaridade {f}  :: familiarity; acquaintance (state of being familiar with something)
familiaridade {f}  :: familiarity (the state of being close friends)
familiarizado {v}  :: past participle of familiarizar
familiarizando {v}  :: gerund of familiarizar
familiarizar {v}  :: to familiarize
faminto {adj}  :: hungry, famished
família {f}  :: family; nuclear family (a father, mother and their sons and daughters)
família {f}  :: family; bloodline; kin
família {f} [taxonomy]  :: family
família {f} [linguistics]  :: language family
família {f}  :: things which are classed together
família {f}  :: a Mafia family
família elementar {f}  :: nuclear family (father, mother and children)
família linguística {f} [linguistics]  :: language family (set of related languages)
família nuclear {f}  :: nuclear family (father, mother and children)
famoso {adj}  :: famous
famoso {adj}  :: very good; excellent
fanatismo {m}  :: fanatism (excessive or intolerance of opposing views)
fanatismo {m}  :: fanaticism (characteristic or practice of being a fanatic)
fancaria {f}  :: fabric shop
fancaria {f} [mass noun]  :: low-quality goods
fanfarra {f}  :: fanfare (a flourish of trumpets or horns)
fanfarrão {m}  :: braggart (one who boasts)
fanfarrão {adj}  :: who is a braggart; who often brags
fanfic {f} {m}  :: fan fiction (fiction made by fans)
faniquito {m}  :: tantrum (or similar minor nervous breakdown)
fantasia {f}  :: fantasy (imagining)
fantasia {f} [literature]  :: fantasy (literary genre)
fantasia {f}  :: costume (outfit or a disguise worn as fancy dress)
fantasiado {m}  :: person wearing a costume
fantasiado {adj}  :: wearing a costume
fantasiar {v} [usually in the reflexive]  :: to put a costume on someone
fantasiar {v}  :: to imagine (to use one’s imagination; to conjure in one’s mind)
fantasioso {adj}  :: fantastical (seemingly only possible in fantasy)
fantasma {mf} {m}  :: ghost (spirit appearing after death)
fantasma de Pepper {m}  :: Pepper's ghost (an illusionary technique used to make objects appear or disappear)
fantasmagórico {adj}  :: spooky
fantasticamente {adv}  :: fantastically (in a fantastic manner)
fantasticamente {adv}  :: fantastically (to a fantastic extent)
fanática {f}  :: feminine noun of fanático
fanático {m}  :: fanatic (one who is zealously enthusiastic)
fantochada {f}  :: puppet show (theatrical performance with puppets)
fantochada {f}  :: a great amount of puppets
fantoche {m}  :: puppet
fantocheiro {m}  :: puppeteer (person who uses a puppet)
fantástico {adj}  :: fantastic
fapar {v} [slang, mainly on the Internet]  :: to fap; to masturbate
FAQ {m} [Internet]  :: FAQ (webpage containing questions and answers about the website)
faqueiro {m}  :: canteen (box with compartments for storing eating utensils)
faqueiro {m} [by extension]  :: cutlery
faqueiro {m}  :: knifemaker, cutler
faquir {m} [Hindu]  :: fakir (an ascetic mendicant)
faraó {m}  :: pharaoh (supreme ruler of Ancient Egypt)
farad {m} [physics]  :: farad (unit of capacitance)
Farc {prop} {fp}  :: FARC (Marxist guerilla groups operating in Colombia)
FARC {prop} {fp}  :: alternative form of Farc
farda {f}  :: military uniform
fardado {adj}  :: in uniform; uniformed
fardado {v}  :: past participle of fardar
fardar {vt}  :: to dress in uniform
fardar {vp}  :: to put on one's uniform
fardo {m}  :: bale, truss, bundle
fardo {m}  :: package, parcel
fardo {m} [by extension]  :: burden
fardão {m}  :: A type of sword, most associated with being part of the regalia of a member of the Brazilian Academy of Letters
fardão {m}  :: augmentative of fardo: large bundle
farejar {v}  :: to sniff
farejar {v}  :: to find out
farejar {v}  :: to sniff out
farelo {m} [uncountable]  :: bran (outside layer of a grain)
farelo {m} [uncountable]  :: crumbs (tiny pieces of baked food)
farelo {m}  :: an individual piece of crumb
farelo {m} [figuratively]  :: something insignificant
farfalhar {v}  :: to rustle (to move with a soft crackling sound, as leaves in the wind)
farfalhar {v} [figurative]  :: to speak excessively
Faria Lemos {prop}  :: Faria Lemos (placename)
faringe {f}  :: pharynx
faringiano {adj}  :: pharyngeal (of or pertaining to the pharynx)
faringite {f} [pathology]  :: pharyngitis (inflammation of the pharynx)
farinha {f}  :: flour (ground cereal grains)
farinhento {adj}  :: mealy; floury (resembling flour in consistency or taste)
farinhento {adj} [of food]  :: containing a lot of flour
farisaico {adj}  :: pharisaic; self-righteous (piously self-assured and smugly moralistic)
fariseu {m}  :: Pharisee (member of a Jewish movement that flourished during the Second Temple Era)
farjuto {adj}  :: alternative form of fajuto
farmacólogo {m} [pharmacology]  :: pharmacologist (person who studies pharmacology)
farmacológico {adj}  :: pharmacological (relating to pharmacology)
farmacologia {f}  :: pharmacology
farmacologista {mf} [pharmacology]  :: pharmacologist (person who studies pharmacology)
farmacoterapia {f} [medicine]  :: pharmacotherapy (use of pharmaceuticals to treat disease)
farmacêutico {adj}  :: pharmaceutical
farmacêutico {m}  :: pharmacist
farmácia {f}  :: pharmacy (a place where prescription drugs are dispensed)
farmácia {f} [uncountable]  :: the science of creating medicine
farândola {f} [dance]  :: farandole
farândola {f} [colloquial, collective]  :: rabble
farnel {m}  :: picnic; snack; provision
farnel {m}  :: lunchbox
faríngeo {adj}  :: pharyngeal
faríngico {adj}  :: pharyngeal (of or pertaining to the pharynx)
faro {m}  :: sense of smell, especially that of an animal
faro {m} [figurative]  :: the ability to recognise opportunities
Faro {prop} {m}  :: Faro (district)
Faro {prop} {m}  :: Faro (city/and/municipality)
Faroé {prop} {fp}  :: Faroé (archipelago/and/territory)
faroeste {m}  :: western (a movie of western genre)
farofa {f} [Brazil, culinary]  :: food made from manioc flour cooked in fat
farofa {f} [figuratively]  :: brag; boast
farol {m}  :: lighthouse (building containing a light to warn or guide ships)
farol {m}  :: automobile light
farol {m} [Brazil]  :: traffic light
faroleiro {m}  :: lighthouse keeper (person who lives in a lighthouse and tends the light)
faroleiro {adj} [colloquial, dated]  :: bragging, ostentatious, proud
faroês {m}  :: alternative form of feroês
faroês {adj}  :: alternative form of feroês
farpa {f}  :: splinter (long, sharp fragment of material, often wood)
farpa {f} [figuratively, chiefly plural]  :: taunt, jibe (facetious or insulting remark)
farra {f}  :: carousal (noisy feast or social gathering, especially one with alcohol)
farra {f}  :: spree
farra do boi {f}  :: A bloodsport that consists of beating a bull to exhaustion
farrapo {m}  :: tatter; rag (piece of old, tattered cloth)
farrapo {m}  :: rags (tattered clothes)
farrapo {m}  :: a person who wears rags; a shabby person
farrapo {m} [Brazil, historical]  :: a participant in the Farroupilha Revolution
farrapo {adj}  :: of or relating to the Farroupilha Revolution
farro {m}  :: emmer (Triticum turgidum, a species of wheat)
Farroupilha {prop}  :: Farroupilha (placename)
fartado {v}  :: past participle of fartar
fartando {v}  :: gerund of fartar
fartar {v}  :: to satiate
farto {adj}  :: stuffed
farto {adj}  :: abundant, rich, hearty
farto {adj} [figurative]  :: fed up, tired, annoyed
Fartura {prop}  :: Fartura (placename)
faísca {f}  :: spark
fascículo {m}  :: instalment
fascículo {m}  :: fascicle
fascículo {m}  :: bundle
fasciite {f} [pathology]  :: fasciitis (inflammation of the fascia)
fascinante {adj}  :: fascinating
fascinação {f}  :: fascination
fascinar {v}  :: to fascinate (to evoke interest or attraction)
fascismo {m}  :: fascism (extreme totalitarian political regime)
fascista {adj}  :: fascist (of or relating to fascism)
fascista {adj}  :: fascist (supporting the principles of fascism)
fascista {adj} [colloquial]  :: fascist (unfairly oppressive or needlessly strict)
fascista {mf}  :: fascist (proponent of fascism)
fascínio {m}  :: amazement; fascination (overwhelming wonder)
fase {f}  :: phase
fase {f}  :: stage
fase {f}  :: period
fase {f} [video games]  :: level
fase aquosa {f} [chemistry]  :: aqueous phase (homogeneous part of a heterogeneous system that consist of water or a solution in water of a substance)
fase da lua {f}  :: lunar phase
fast food {mf}  :: fast food (type of meal that is often pre-prepared and served quickly)
fast-food {mf}  :: alternative spelling of fast food
fastio {m}  :: tedium (boredom or tediousness; ennui)
fatal {adj}  :: fatal
fatal {adj}  :: terrible, very bad
fatalidade {f}  :: fatality
fatalidade {f}  :: fate, fatefulness
fatalismo {m}  :: fatalism (doctrine that all events are subject to fate)
fata morgana {f} {m}  :: alternative case form of Fata Morgana
Fata Morgana {f} {m}  :: Fata Morgana (form of mirage caused by temperature inversion)
fatídico {adj}  :: fateful
fatídico {adj}  :: fatal, tragic
Fatec {prop} {f}  :: alternative spelling of FATEC
Fatec {f}  :: alternative spelling of FATEC
FATEC {prop} {f}  :: A technological college, with various units located in São Paulo, Brazil
FATEC {f}  :: Any of the FATEC units
fatífero {adj} [poetic]  :: deadly (likely to cause death)
fatia {f}  :: slice (thin, broad piece cut off)
fatia de mercado {f}  :: market share
fatiar {v}  :: to slice (to cut into slices)
fatigado {v}  :: past participle of fatigar
fatigando {v}  :: gerund of fatigar
fatigar {v}  :: to weary, tire, fatigue
fationa {f}  :: augmentative of fatia
fato {m}  :: a set of clothing traditionally worn together, such as a uniform or national costume
fato {m} [Portugal]  :: suit (formal clothing, male or female)
fato {m} [Portugal]  :: entrails (internal organs of an animal, especially the intestines)
fato {m} [Brazil]  :: fact (something which is real)
fato {m} [collective]  :: a small herd of goats; a flock
fato espacial {m} [European Portuguese]  :: space suit
fator {m}  :: factor; doer; maker
fator {m}  :: factor; influence
fator {m} [mathematics]  :: factor
fatorar {v} [mathematics]  :: to factorise (create a list of factors)
fatorar {v} [mathematics]  :: to factorise (divide an expression into listing items)
fatorial {m} [mathematics, combinatorics]  :: factorial (mathematical operation or its result)
fatorial {adj} [mathematics]  :: factorial
fatual {adj}  :: alternative form of factual
fatura {f}  :: invoice, bill
fatura {f}  :: manufacture
faturar {vt}  :: to invoice (to send a bill)
faturar {vt}  :: to earn an amount of money
faturar {vi}  :: to earn a lot of money
faturar {vi} [Brazil, slang]  :: to score (to have sexual intercourse)
fatwa {f} [Islam]  :: fatwa (legal opinion, decree or ruling issued by a mufti)
fauna {f}  :: fauna (animals of a region considered as a group)
fauno {m}  :: faun
Fausta {prop} {f}  :: given name, female equivalent of Faustus
fausto {adj}  :: happy or fortunate
fausto {m}  :: ostentation; pomposity
fava {f}  :: fava bean (Vicia faba)
favela {f}  :: a species of tree, Cnidoscolus quercifolius, native to northeastern Brazil
favela {f} [Brazil]  :: slum (dilapidated neighborhood)
favelado {m}  :: someone who lives in a favela
favicon {m} [web design]  :: favicon (icon for a website)
favo {m}  :: honeycomb (bee's)
favor {m}  :: favour (instance of voluntarily assisting someone)
favor {m}  :: favour; goodwill (benevolent regard)
favoravel {adj}  :: superseded spelling of favorável
favoravelmente {adv}  :: In context of being convenient; favorably; conveniently
favorecendo {v}  :: gerund of favorecer
favorecer {v}  :: to favor / favour
favorecer {v}  :: to protect, support
favorecido {adj}  :: favoured
favoritismo {m}  :: favouritism (unfair favouring of a person or group)
favorito {adj}  :: favourite; preferred
favorito {m}  :: favourite (person who enjoys special regard or favour)
favorito {m}  :: favourite (person who is preferred or trusted above all others)
favorito {m}  :: favourite (contestant or competitor thought most likely to win)
favorito {m} [computing]  :: bookmark (record of the address of a file or page)
favorável {adj}  :: favorable
favoràvelmente {adv}  :: obsolete spelling of favoravelmente
fax {m}  :: fax (document transmitted by telephone)
faxina {f}  :: cleaning of a environment, specially a domestic one
Faxinal dos Guedes {prop}  :: Faxinal dos Guedes (placename)
Faxinal do Soturno {prop}  :: Faxinal do Soturno (placename)
Faxinalzinho {prop}  :: Faxinalzinho (placename)
faxinar {v}  :: to bottom the house (to clean a house extremely thoroughly)
faxinar {v}  :: to set up fascines in a location
faxineiro {m}  :: one who performs the cleaning or part of it; cleaner; janitor; sweeper
fayança {f}  :: obsolete spelling of faiança
fazê {v}  :: eye dialect fazer
fazedor {m}  :: doer, maker
fazenda {f}  :: farm (a place where agricultural activities take place)
fazenda {f} [economics]  :: public finances
fazenda {f}  :: a cloth
Fazenda Vilanova {prop}  :: Fazenda Vilanova (placename)
fazendeiro {m}  :: landowner
fazendeiro {m}  :: farmer
fazer {vt}  :: to make; to create; to produce
fazer {vt}  :: to do; to execute; to perform
fazer {vt}  :: [auxiliary with a verb in the impersonal infinitive as the second object] to cause to; to make
fazer {v}  :: [de, .pronominal] to play; to pretend to be
fazer {vt}  :: to arrange; to clean up; to tidy
fazer {vt}  :: to cook; to prepare; to fix
fazer {vt}  :: to turn; to reach an age; to have a birthday
fazer {v}  :: [por] to sell for a given price (usually to make cheaper in a bargain)
fazer {vt}  :: [impersonal] to pass (said of time)
fazer {vt}  :: [impersonal] to be; to occur (said of a weather phenomenon)
fazer a barba {vi}  :: to shave one’s or someone else’s beard
fazer a barba {vi}  :: to get a shave
fazer a cama {v}  :: to make the bed
fazer amor {v}  :: to make love, to have sex
fazer as pazes {v} [com, .idiomatic]  :: to make up, to make peace (to resolve, forgive or smooth over an argument or fight)
fazer bem {v}  :: to do well, to benefit, to favour
fazer cara feia {vi} [idiomatic]  :: to express dislike for something with a facial expression
fazer cócegas {vt}  :: to tickle (to touch in a manner that causes tingling sensation)
fazer cocô {v}  :: to poop; to defecate
fazer companhia {vt}  :: to accompany (to keep company)
fazer de conta {v} [idiomatic]  :: to pretend, to make believe
fazer doce {vi}  :: to pretend to not want something while wanting it
fazer falta {v} [idiomatic]  :: to be missed, to be needed
fazer ideia {v} [usually in the negative]  :: to know at least a bit about something
fazer mal {v}  :: See: fazer mal
fazer mal {v}  :: to be unhealthy
fazer merda {v} [vulgar]  :: to fuck things up (to commit severe mistakes)
fazer o possível e o impossível {v} [idiom]  :: to try very hard to accomplish something
fazer o quê {phrase} [rhetorical question]  :: Indicates that the speaker is passively accepting a situation that is at least a little unpleasant
fazer parte {v} [used with conjunction de]  :: to be part of; to constitute
fazer pouco {v}  :: See: fazer pouco
fazer pouco {v} [de]  :: to underestimate
fazer questão {v} [idiomatic]  :: to make a point (to make sure something is done)
fazer rodeios {v} [idiom]  :: to beat around the bush (to treat a topic but omit its main points)
fazer sala {v} [idiomatic]  :: To entertain a guest
fazer sentido {vi}  :: to make sense (to be coherent)
fazer sexo {v}  :: to have sex (take part in a sexual act)
fazer tempestade em copo d'água {v} [idiomatic]  :: to make a mountain out of a molehill [literally: make a storm in a glass of water]
fazer tipo {vi}  :: to pretend, to feign something
fazer vista grossa {v} [idiomatic]  :: to turn a blind eye (to ignore or deliberately overlook)
fazer voar {v}  :: to throw something or things angrily
fazer xixi {vi} [euphemistic]  :: to urinate
faz tudo {m}  :: alternative spelling of faz-tudo
faz-tudo {m}  :: handyman (man who does odd tasks)
fazível {adj}  :: doable (able to be done)
FB {prop} {m} [chiefly internet slang or text messaging]  :: abbreviation of Facebook
Fábio {prop} {m}  :: given name
fábrica {f}  :: factory (manufacturing place)
fábula {f}  :: fable, myth
fíbula {f} [skeleton]  :: fibula
fáci {adj}  :: eye dialect of fácil
Fócida {prop} {f}  :: Fócida (regional unit)
fácil {adj}  :: easy (requiring little skill or effort)
fácio {adj}  :: eye dialect of fácil
fácir {adj}  :: eye dialect of fácil
fáciu {adj}  :: eye dialect of fácil
fúcsia {f}  :: fuchsia (a popular garden plant)
fúcsia {f}  :: fuchsia (a purplish-red colour)
fúcsia {adj}  :: fuchsia (purplish-red in colour)
fécula {f}  :: starch (powdery substance extracted from plants)
f*der {v}  :: euphemistic spelling of foder
fdp {mf}  :: initialism of filho da puta SOB
fdp {mf}  :: initialism of filha da puta
FDP {abbr}  :: filho da puta
fds {m} [Internet slang, text messaging]  :: abbreviation of final de semana
fealdade {f}  :: ugliness
Febe {prop} {f} [Greek god]  :: Phoebe (Titan associated with the moon)
Febe {prop} {f} [astronomy]  :: Phoebe (moon of Saturn)
Febe {prop} {f} [biblical character]  :: Phoebe (deacon mentioned in the Epistle to the Romans)
febre {f} [symptom]  :: fever (high body temperature due to disease)
febre {f} [figuratively]  :: craze (a temporary passion for a new amusement or fashion)
febre aftosa {f} [disease]  :: foot-and-mouth disease
febre amarela {f} [pathology]  :: yellow fever (acute febrile illness of tropical regions)
febre catarral {f}  :: bluetongue (disease of ruminants)
febre de feno {f} [allergology]  :: hay fever (allergy to pollen)
febre de Lassa {f} [disease]  :: Lassa fever (deadly viral infection endemic to West Africa)
febre de ouro {f}  :: alternative form of febre do ouro
febre do feno {f}  :: alternative form of febre de feno
febre do ouro {f}  :: gold rush (period of heavy immigration into an area where gold has been discovered)
febre Q {f} [pathology]  :: Q fever (disease caused by the bacterium Coxiella burnetii)
febre reumática {f}  :: rheumatic fever (inflammation of joints and heart)
febre suína {f}  :: swine flu or swine influenza
febre tifoide {f} [pathology]  :: typhoid fever (illness)
febril {adj}  :: febrile; feverish
fecal {adj}  :: fecal (relating to feces)
fechado {adj}  :: closed, shut
fechado {adj}  :: locked
fechadura {f}  :: lock (of a door)
fechamento {m}  :: the act of closing
fechamento {m}  :: close; conclusion (final part of an event or project)
fechar {v}  :: to close
fechar {v}  :: to conclude (an agreement)
fechar {v} [video games]  :: to complete (all levels of a video game)
fecho {m}  :: closure
fecho {m}  :: zip, zipper
fecho {m}  :: latch
fecho {m}  :: clasp
fecho algébrico {m} [field theory]  :: algebraic closure (field which is algebraically closed over another one)
fecho éclair {m}  :: zip fastener
fecho de correr {m}  :: zip fastener (a fastener used in clothing, bags)
fecho ecler {m} [Brazil]  :: alternative form of fecho éclair
fecho-relâmpago {m} [rare]  :: zip fastener
fecial {adj} [Ancient Rome]  :: of or relating to the Roman priests who dealt with enemies
fecundabilidade {f}  :: fecundability (condition of being fecund)
fecundação {f}  :: fertilization (act of fecundating)
fecundidade {f}  :: fecundity, fertility
fedelho {m}  :: brat (unruly or spoiled child)
feder {v}  :: to stink (have a strong bad smell)
federal {adj}  :: federal
federalismo {m} [politics]  :: federalism (system of government in which power is divided between a central authority and regions)
federalização {f}  :: federalization (unification of states to form a union)
federação {f}  :: federation
Federação Russa {prop} {f}  :: Federação Russa (country)
federativo {adj}  :: federative, federal
fedido {adj}  :: Of bad smell; stinky; smelly
fedor {m}  :: stench (a strong foul smell, a stink)
fedorenta {f}  :: feminine noun of fedorento
fedorento {adj}  :: Of bad smell; stinky; smelly
fedorento {m}  :: stinker (a stinky person)
feed {m} [Internet]  :: feed (encapsulated online content that one can subscribe to)
feedback {m}  :: feedback (assessment on information produced)
feieza {f}  :: ugliness
feijão {m}  :: bean (seed)
feijoa {f}  :: feijoa (shrub)
feijoada {f}  :: feijoada
feijão-com-arroz {adj}  :: ordinary, everyday, common, mundane
feijão-com-arroz {adj}  :: simple, basic
feijão comum {m}  :: alternative spelling of feijão-comum
feijão-comum {m}  :: common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris, a plant grown for its edible bean)
feijão-frade {m}  :: black-eyed pea (Vigna unguiculata)
feio {m}  :: an ugly person
feio {adj}  :: ugly (visually unpleasant)
feio {adj} [figurative]  :: wrong, immoral
feio {adj} [figurative]  :: disrespectful, impolite, rude
feio {adv}  :: severely, critically, very much (used when the result is negative)
feição {f}  :: figure, form, aspect
feiosa {f}  :: feminine noun of feioso
feira {f}  :: market
feira {f}  :: fair
feira {f}  :: confusion
feira {f}  :: designation for a weekday in Portuguese: e.g. segunda-feira for Monday, terça-feira for Tuesday, etc
feiúra {f}  :: superseded spelling of feiura
feira da ladra {f} [Portugal]  :: flea market (an outdoor market selling inexpensive curiosities)
Feira da Mata {prop}  :: Feira da Mata (placename)
feira de comércio {f} [business]  :: trade fair (exhibition for companies in a specific industry to showcase their products)
Feira de Santana {prop}  :: Feira de Santana (placename)
Feira Mundial {prop} {f}  :: World Exposition (a regular international exposition)
feirinha {f}  :: diminutive of feira
feitiçaria {f}  :: sorcery; witchcraft
feiticeira {f}  :: feminine noun of feiticeiro; sorceress
feiticeiro {m}  :: sorcerer, wizard
feitiço {adj}  :: feigned, false
feitiço {m}  :: witchcraft, sorcery
feitiço {m}  :: amulet, charm
feitiço {m}  :: incantation
feitio {m}  :: form; shape (visible structure of something)
feitio {m}  :: manner (the way something or someone acts of behaves)
feitio {m}  :: work (something done or made by someone)
feito {adj}  :: done, made, produced, created
feito {m}  :: feat, deed, accomplishment
feito {adv} [idiom]  :: like; just alike; similarly to
feito {interj}  :: deal (seals an agreement)
feito nas coxas {adj} [colloquial]  :: half-ass (produced in an incompetent manner)
feitor {m} [management]  :: overseer
feitoria {f} [history]  :: feitoria
feiura {f}  :: ugliness (condition of being ugly)
feixe {m}  :: bundle
feixe {m}  :: sheaf
feixe {m} [collective]  :: faggot (bundle of wood)
feixe {m}  :: portion
feiz {v}  :: eye dialect of fez
fel {f}  :: gall; bile
felação {f}  :: fellatio
Felício dos Santos {prop}  :: Felício dos Santos (placename)
felídeo {m}  :: felid
feldspato {m} [mineral]  :: feldspar (type of rock-forming mineral)
Felgueiras {prop}  :: Felgueiras (city/and/municipality)
Felgueiras {prop} {mf}  :: surname
felicidade {f}  :: happiness
felicitações {n}  :: congratulation words
felicitação {f}  :: congratulation (act of congratulating)
felicitar {v}  :: to congratulate
felino {adj}  :: feline
felino {m}  :: feline
Felipe {prop} {m}  :: given name
Felisburgo {prop}  :: Felisburgo (placename)
Felixlândia {prop}  :: Felixlândia (placename)
feliz {adj}  :: happy
Feliz {prop}  :: Feliz (placename)
feliz aniversário {interj}  :: happy birthday (good wishes for birthday)
feliz ano novo {phrase}  :: Happy New Year
felizardo {adj} [colloquial]  :: lucky, happy
felizardo {m}  :: a lucky person
felizmente {adv}  :: In context of being happy; happily
felizmente {adv}  :: fortunately
Feliz Natal {phrase}  :: Merry Christmas
Feliz Natal e Bom Ano Novo {phrase}  :: alternative form of Bom Natal e Feliz Ano Novo
Feliz Natal e próspero Ano Novo {phrase}  :: Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
felonia {f}  :: felony
felosa {f}  :: warbler (bird of the Sylviidae family)
felosa-comum {f}  :: chiffchaff (Phylloscopus collybita, a small species of warbler)
felpa {f}  :: fuzz (frizzy mass of hair or fibre)
felpudo {adj}  :: fluffy (covered with fluff)
felpudo {adj}  :: shaggy (rough with long or thick hair)
feltrar {vt}  :: to felt (to make into felt)
feltrar {vt}  :: to felt (to cover with felt)
feltro {m}  :: felt (cloth made of matted fibres of wool)
fementido {adj}  :: artful
fementido {adj}  :: treacherous
feminilidade {f}  :: femininity
feminino {adj} [comparable]  :: Having womanly qualities; womanly; feminine
feminino {adj} [not comparable, grammar]  :: Of feminine gender; feminine
feminismo {m} [feminism]  :: feminism (the social theory or political movement)
feminista {adj}  :: feminist (relating to or in accordance with feminism)
feminista {mf}  :: feminist (advocate of feminism)
feministo {n} [Internet slang, non-standard]  :: a male advocate of feminism
femme fatale {f} [narratology]  :: femme fatale (seductive and dangerous woman)
femoral {adj}  :: femoral (of, pertaining to, or near the femur or thigh)
fenação {f} [agriculture]  :: haymaking (the process of cutting grass and turning it into hay)
fenar {v}  :: to hay (to cut green plants for fodder)
fenazona {f} [pharmaceutical drug]  :: phenazone (a particular analgesic)
Fenícia {prop} {f}  :: Fenícia (ancient civilisation)
fenício {m} [uncountable]  :: Phoenician (language)
fenício {m}  :: Phoenician (person from Phoenicia)
fenício {adj}  :: Phoenician
fenda {f}  :: slit, crack, cleft
fenda {f} [slang]  :: female genitals; vagina
fenda glútea {f} [anatomy]  :: anal cleft (groove between buttocks)
fenda interglútea {f} [anatomy]  :: anal cleft (groove between buttocks)
fendendo {v}  :: gerund of fender
fender {v}  :: to split, cleave, rip
fender {v}  :: to crack
fender {v}  :: to separate
fendido {v}  :: past participle of fender
feneco {m} [rare]  :: fennec (Vulpes zerda, a fox species of the Sahara)
fenestra {f} [dated, formal]  :: window
fenilalanina {f} [amino acid]  :: phenylalanine (an amino acid)
fenilmercúrio {m} [organic compound]  :: phenylmercury
fenólico {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: phenolic (of, relating to or derived from phenols)
fenómeno {m}  :: phenomenon (observable fact or occurrence)
fenómeno {m} [figuratively]  :: a talented person
fenômeno {m} [Brazilian orthography]  :: alternative spelling of fenómeno
feno {m}  :: hay
fenobarbital {m} [pharmacology]  :: phenobarbital
feno-grego {m}  :: fenugreek (spice)
fenol {m} [organic compound]  :: phenol
fenoloxidase {f} [enzyme]  :: phenoloxidase (an enzyme which catalyzes phenol oxidation)
fenomenal {adj}  :: phenomenal; remarkable (extremely good)
fenomenologia {f}  :: phenomenology (philosphy based on intuitive experience of phenomena)
Fenoscândia {prop} {f} [geography]  :: Fennoscandia (geographic area)
Fenoscândia {prop} {f} [geology]  :: Fennoscandia (geological area)
fenotípico {adj}  :: phenotypic (of, or relating to a phenotype)
fenótipo {m} [genetics]  :: phenotype
fenóxido {m} [chemistry]  :: phenoxide (any metallic salt of a phenol)
Feodosia {prop} {f}  :: Feodosia (city)
Feodosiya {prop} {f}  :: alternative spelling of Feodosia
fera {f}  :: beast (non-human animal)
fera {f} [São Paulo]  :: nice person
ferberita {f} [mineral]  :: ferberite
Ferdinando {prop} {m}  :: given name
fereza {f}  :: ferocity, fierceness
fereza {f}  :: cruelty, barbarity, inhumanity
fergusonita {f} [mineral]  :: fergusonite
feriaõ {v}  :: obsolete spelling of feriam
feriado {m}  :: holiday
feriado {adj} [of a day or period]  :: which is a holiday
feriante {mf} [rare]  :: holiday-maker (somebody on a holiday)
ferida {f}  :: wound; injury
ferido {adj}  :: injured, hurt, sore, wounded
ferido {adj}  :: stricken (struck by something)
ferido {adj}  :: offended (having been insulted)
ferido {adj}  :: emotionally hurt
ferido {m}  :: injured person
ferimento {m}  :: injury, hurt, harm
ferimento {m}  :: blow (from a weapon)
ferimento {m}  :: wound
ferindo {v}  :: gerund of ferir
ferino {adj}  :: beastly (behaving like a beast; cruel or savage)
ferino {adj}  :: scathing (harshly or bitterly critical)
ferião {v}  :: obsolete spelling of feriam
ferir {v}  :: to hurt, injure
feriraõ {v}  :: obsolete spelling of feriram
feriraõ {v}  :: obsolete spelling of ferirão
ferirão {v}  :: obsolete spelling of feriram
fermata {f} [music]  :: fermata (holding a note beyond its usual duration or the notation representing it)
fermentado {v}  :: past participle of fermentar
fermentado {adj}  :: fermented
fermentando {v}  :: gerund of fermentar
fermentação {f}  :: fermentation
fermentação {f}  :: ferment
fermentar {v}  :: to ferment
fermento {m}  :: yeast (fungus)
fermento químico {m}  :: baking powder (a dry leavening agent used in baking)
fermião {m} [Portugal, particle]  :: fermion (a particle with totally antisymmetric composite quantum states)
Fernanda {prop} {f}  :: given name, feminine form of Fernando
Fernandes {prop} {mf}  :: surname
Fernandes Tourinho {prop}  :: Fernandes Tourinho (placename)
Fernando {prop} {m}  :: given name
Fernando Prestes {prop}  :: Fernando Prestes (placename)
Fernandópolis {prop}  :: Fernandópolis (placename)
Fernão {prop} {m} [historical]  :: given name
Fernão {prop} {m}  :: Fernão (placename)
feromônio {m} [biology, chemistry]  :: pheromone
feromónio {m} [European orthography, biochemistry]  :: pheromone (chemical secreted by an animal that affects the behaviour of other animals)
feroês {m}  :: Faroese (person from the Faroe Islands)
feroês {m}  :: Faroese (a language of the Faroe Islands)
feroês {adj}  :: Faroese (of or relating to the Faroe islands or its people)
feroês {adj}  :: Faroese (of or relating to the Faroese language)
feroz {adj}  :: fierce (extremely violent, severe, ferocious or savage)
feroz {adj}  :: fierce (threatening in appearance or demeanor)
ferozmente {adv}  :: ferociously
ferrado {adj}  :: fitted with horseshoes
ferrado {adj} [Brazil, slang]  :: screwed (beset with difficult or impossible situation)
ferrador {m}  :: farrier (person who trims and shoes horses’ hooves)
ferradora {f}  :: feminine noun of ferrador
ferradura {f}  :: horseshoe
ferragem {f}  :: ironware, hardware (individual implement)
ferragens {fp}  :: hardware (metal implements)
ferramenta {f}  :: tool (mechanical device intended to make a task easier)
ferrar {v}  :: to horseshoe (to apply horseshoes to a horse or other hooved animal)
ferrar {v} [Brazil, slang]  :: to screw (to beset with unfortunate circumstances)
ferrar {v} [archaic, nautical]  :: to anchor (to cast a ship’s anchor)
Ferraz de Vasconcelos {prop}  :: Ferraz de Vasconcelos (placename)
ferreira {n}  :: feminine noun of ferreiro
Ferreira {prop} {mf}  :: surname
Ferreira do Alentejo {prop}  :: Ferreira do Alentejo (village/and/municipality)
Ferreira do Zêzere {prop}  :: Ferreira do Zêzere (village/and/municipality)
ferreirinha {f}  :: accentor (bird of the genus Prunella)
ferreiro {m}  :: blacksmith (iron forger)
Ferreiro {prop} {mf}  :: surname
ferrenho {adj}  :: staunch, steely, uncompromising
ferrimagnético {adj} [physics]  :: ferrimagnetic
ferrita {f} [mineral]  :: ferrite
ferritina {f} [protein]  :: ferritin (any of a family of iron-carrying globular protein complexes consisting of 24 protein subunits)
ferro {m}  :: iron (metal)
ferro {m}  :: sword; blade, spearhead
ferrão {m}  :: stinger (pointed portion of an insect)
ferroada {f}  :: sting (bite or sting (by an insect))
ferro corrugado {m}  :: corrugated iron (iron sheets used as building material)
ferro de engomar {m} [Portugal]  :: iron (for pressing clothes)
ferro de passar {m}  :: iron (for pressing clothes)
ferro de passar roupa {m}  :: iron (for pressing clothes)
ferro fundido {m}  :: cast iron (hard, brittle alloy of iron, carbon and silicon)
ferro gusa {m}  :: pig iron
ferrolho {m}  :: bolt (sliding pin or bar in a lock)
ferromagnetismo {m} [physics]  :: ferromagnetism (the phenomenon whereby certain substances can become permanent magnets)
ferromagnético {adj} [physics]  :: ferromagnetic
ferronióbio {m}  :: ferroniobium
Ferros {prop}  :: Ferros (placename)
ferroso {adj} [inorganic chemistry]  :: ferrous (all senses)
ferrovanádio {m}  :: ferrovanadium
ferro-velho {m}  :: scrapyard (a junkyard, a place where scrap is stored, discarded or resold)
ferro-velho {m} [uncountable]  :: scrap (discarded metal)
ferrovia {f}  :: railway (track, consisting of parallel rails)
ferroviário {adj}  :: railway; rail (attributively)
ferrugem {f}  :: rust (result of oxidation of iron)
ferrugem {f} [plant disease]  :: rust; ferrugo (plant disease caused by fungus)
ferrugento {adj}  :: rusty
fertilidade {f}  :: fertility
fertilizante {m}  :: fertiliser (substance used to make the ground more suitable for growing plants)
fertilização {f}  :: fertilization
fertilizar {v}  :: fertilize
Fervedouro {prop}  :: Fervedouro (placename)
fervente {adj}  :: boiling (that is boiling)
fervente {adj}  :: fervent (exhibiting enthusiasm, zeal, conviction, persistence or belief)
ferver {vt}  :: to boil (heat a liquid until it begins to turn into a gas)
ferver {vi}  :: to boil (of a liquid); to turn into gas
ferver {vi}  :: (figuratively) to be crowded with people
fervilhar {v}  :: to be swarming or teeming with something
fervilhar {v}  :: to boil (to cook in boiling water)
fervor {m}  :: fervour (passionate enthusiasm)
fervoroso {adj}  :: fervent; fervorous (having particular enthusiasm, zeal, conviction, persistence or belief)
fervoroso {adj}  :: fervent; fervorous (having emotional warmth, fervour or passion)
fervura {f}  :: the act of boiling (changing into vapour)
festa {f}  :: party
festa {f}  :: celebration
festa {f}  :: festival
festa {f} [religion]  :: feast
festa americana {f}  :: potlatch (meal to which guests bring dishes to share)
festa do sacrifício {f}  :: Eid al-Adha (Islamic festival)
festa julina {f}  :: An instance of the Brazilian "festa junina" (June party), (that is, having the same typical themes, decoration, costumes, music, food, etc.) only happening in July
festar {vi}  :: to party (to celebrate at a party)
festejado {v}  :: past participle of festejar
festejando {v}  :: gerund of festejar
festejar {v}  :: to celebrate (all senses)
festejo {m}  :: celebration
festim {m}  :: diminutive of festa
festim {m}  :: feast (large, ceremonial meal)
festim {m}  :: blank (firearm cartridge without a projectile)
festinha {f}  :: diminutive of festa
festival {m}  :: festival
festividade {f}  :: festivity; celebration
festivo {adj}  :: festive (having the atmosphere, decoration, or attitude of a festival or party)
Festo {prop} {m}  :: Festo (ancient city)
feta {m}  :: feta (a variety of curd cheese)
fetal {adj}  :: fetal (pertaining to fetuses)
fetiche {m}  :: fetish, amulet (magical object)
fetiche {m}  :: sexual fetish
fetichismo {m}  :: fetishism (belief that natural objects have supernatural powers)
fetichismo {m}  :: fetishism (sexual attraction to an inanimate object or a part of the body)
feto {m} [embryology]  :: fetus (human embryo after the eighth week of gestation)
feto {m} [biology]  :: fetus (unborn or unhatched vertebrate showing signs of the mature animal)
feto {m} [Portugal]  :: fern (any of a group of plants in the division Pteridophyta)
feto-águia {m}  :: bracken (any of several coarse ferns)
feudal {adj}  :: feudal
feudal {adj} [euphemism]  :: violent
feudalismo {m}  :: feudalism (social system)
feudo {m}  :: fief, fiefdom, manor
fevereiro {m}  :: February
Fevereiro {m}  :: superseded spelling of fevereiro
fevreiro {m} [obsolete or dialectal]  :: alternative form of fevereiro
feyra {f}  :: obsolete spelling of feira
fez {f} [rare]  :: a piece of faeces
Fez {prop} {f}  :: Fez (city)
FFLCH-USP {prop} {f}  :: A group of units of the University of São Paulo in the state of São Paulo, Brazil, dedicated to some liberal arts (including linguistics, literature, philosophy, history and geography)
fígado {m} [anatomy]  :: liver (organ of human or animal)
fígado {m} [culinary]  :: liver (organ of animal used as food)
FHC {prop} {m}  :: initialism of Fernando Henrique Cardoso (born 1931), 34th president of Brazil (1994–1998)
führer {m}  :: Führer (leader exercising the powers of a tyrant)
Führer {m}  :: alternative case form of führer
fi {m}  :: phi (name of the Greek letter Φ)
fiabilidade {f}  :: reliability (the quality or degree of being reliable, trustworthy)
fiacre {m}  :: fiacre (small carriage for hire)
fiador {m}  :: guarantor
fiador {m}  :: surety
fiador {m}  :: sponsor
fiador {m}  :: guarantee
fiambre {m}  :: cold cuts, cold meat
fiambre {m}  :: ham (cooked and sliced)
fiança {f}  :: bail (money payed for the release of an arrested person as a guarantee of that person’s appearance for trial)
fiação {f}  :: spinning (thread)
fiapo {m}  :: slender thread
fiar {v}  :: to spin (thread)
fiar {v} [Portugal]  :: to trust
fiasco {m}  :: fiasco (ludicrous or humiliating situation)
fibra {f}  :: fibre (single elongated piece of material)
fibra alimentar {f}  :: dietary fibre (substance which is not digested on passage through the alimentary tract)
fibra óptica {f}  :: obsolete spelling of fibra ótica
fibra ótica {f}  :: optical fibre (fibre used for transmitting light)
fibriloso {adj}  :: fibrillose (covered with hair-like appendages)
fibrodisplasia ossificante progressiva {f} [disease]  :: fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva (disease in which fibrous tissue becomes ossified when damaged)
fibromialgia {f} [pathology]  :: fibromyalgia (chronic pain, stiffness, and tenderness of the muscles, tendons, and joints)
fibrose cística {f} [pathology]  :: cystic fibrosis (condition in which the exocrine glands produce abnormally viscous mucus)
fibroso {adj}  :: fibrous
fibroso {adj}  :: stringy (of meat)
ficante {mf} [Brazil, slang]  :: friend with benefits
ficar {v}  :: [copulative] to become; to get; to end up
ficar {v}  :: [em, -another locational preposition] to be permanently on a location
ficar {v}  :: [em] to stay (at); to remain
ficar {vi}  :: to remain (to be left over)
ficar {v}  :: [em] to stay (to remain in a particular place)
ficar {vi}  :: [figurative] not to go any further
ficar {v}  :: [auxiliary, followed by a verb in the gerund] forms the habitual aspect
ficar {v}  :: [com, .Brazil, .slang] to engage in a romantic relationship with someone for one night or some short period of time
ficaraõ {v}  :: obsolete spelling of ficaram
ficaraõ {v}  :: obsolete spelling of ficarão
ficar chato {v} [idiom]  :: to cause an awkward, uncomfortable situation
ficar de cara {v}  :: See: ficar de cara
ficar de cara {v}  :: See: ficar de cara
ficar de cara {v} [idiomatic]  :: to become angry or perplexed with someone or something
ficar de enrolação {v} [Brazil]  :: to putter around (to engage in meaningless activity)
ficar de fora {vi}  :: to abstain or be excluded from participation
ficar de olho em {v}  :: to keep an eye on
ficar em {vt}  :: to be located at
ficar enfiado {v}  :: stick (to remain close by)
ficar esperto {v} [slang]  :: to be alert
ficar no aguardo {v}  :: to wait
ficarão {v}  :: obsolete spelling of ficaram
ficar para trás {v}  :: See: ficar para trás
ficar para trás {v}  :: to stay behind (to remain where one is, whilst others leave)
ficar para trás {v} [idiomatic]  :: to be superseded
ficha {f}  :: record, file; index card
ficha {f}  :: sheet; form
ficha {f}  :: handout
ficha {f}  :: ticket
ficha {f} [electronics]  :: plug
ficha {f} [electronics, colloquial]  :: socket
ficha {f} [poker]  :: chip
Ficha Limpa {prop} {f}  :: The Supplementary Law no. 135 of 2010 of Brazil, designed to prevent some candidates from running for political office: those who have been convicted of corruption crimes, those that have been impeached, and those that have renounced a political office to avoid impeachment
Ficha Limpa {mf}  :: A politician with a "clean slate" and thus able to run for elections according to the aforementioned law
ficheiro {m} [Portugal]  :: archive
ficção {f}  :: fiction
ficção científica {f}  :: science fiction
ficologia {f}  :: phycology (study of algae)
fictício {adj}  :: fictitious
fidalgo {m}  :: nobleman
fidedigno {adj}  :: faithful, trustworthy, reliable
fideicomisso {m}  :: fideicommissum (inherited benefit subject to the obligation of bequeathing it to another)
fideicomissário {m}  :: trustee
fidelidade {f}  :: fidelity
fidelidade {f}  :: faithfulness
fidelidade {f}  :: allegiance
fiduciária {n}  :: feminine of fiduciário
fiduciário {adj}  :: fiduciary
fiduciário {adj} [law, economy]  :: related to trust and trustees
fiduciário {adj}  :: pertaining or related to fiat money
fiduciário {m} [law]  :: fiduciary, trustee
fiel {adj}  :: faithful, loyal
fiel {adj}  :: true, trustworthy, accurate
figo {m}  :: fig (fruit)
figo da Índia {m}  :: alternative spelling of figo-da-Índia
figo-da-Índia {m}  :: prickly pear (cactus fruit)
figo-da-índia {m}  :: alternative spelling of figo-da-Índia
figueira {f}  :: fig tree
Figueira da Foz {prop} {f}  :: Figueira da Foz (city/and/municipality)
figueira da Índia {f}  :: alternative spelling of figueira-da-Índia
figueira-da-Índia {f}  :: prickly pear (any of various spiny cacti of the genus Opuntia)
figueira-da-índia {f}  :: alternative spelling of figueira-da-Índia
figueira-de-bengala {f}  :: banyan (tropical Indian fig tree)
figueira de Bengala {f}  :: alternative spelling of figueira-de-bengala
figueira-de-Bengala {f}  :: alternative spelling of figueira-de-bengala
Figueira de Castelo Rodrigo {prop}  :: Figueira de Castelo Rodrigo (village/and/municipality)
figueira-do-diabo {f}  :: thorn apple (Datura stramonium, a toxic herb used in traditional medicine)
figueira-do-inferno {f}  :: thorn apple (Datura stramonium, a toxic herb used in traditional medicine)
figueiral {m}  :: a place with an abundance of fig trees; an orchard of fig trees
Figueiró dos Vinhos {prop}  :: Figueiró dos Vinhos (village/and/municipality)
figueiredo {m}  :: a place with an abundance of fig trees; an orchard of fig trees
figura {f}  :: figure (graphical representation)
figura {f}  :: figure (shape of something)
figura {f}  :: character (notable or eccentric person)
figura de Lichtenberg {f}  :: Lichtenberg figure (branching patter on an insulator subject to an electric discharge)
figura de linguagem {f}  :: Figure of speech
figura de proa {f} [literally and figuratively]  :: figurehead
figurante {mf}  :: extra, bit player, walk-on (in a film, play, TV show etc.)
figuração {f}  :: form
figura pública {f}  :: public figure (person subject to public interest)
figurar {vt}  :: to look like; to resemble (to be similar in appearance to)
figurar {vt}  :: to symbolize; to represent (to be symbolic of)
figurar {v} [em, entre]  :: to figure among (to be a part of)
figurar {vt}  :: to fake; to feign; to simulate (to make a false display of)
figurar {v} [que]  :: to consider (to assign some quality to)
figurar {v} [em]  :: to star in; to act in (to work as an actor in)
figurativamente {adv}  :: figuratively (in a figurative manner)
figurativo {adj}  :: figurative (metaphorical; not literal)
figurinha {f}  :: diminutive of figura
figurinha {f} [Brazil]  :: trading card (collectible card featuring information of interest to purchasers)
figurinista {mf}  :: costume designer
figurino {m} [haute couture]  :: a design or pattern of an item of clothing
figurino {m} [chiefly acting]  :: costume; outfit (set of clothing)
figurão {m}  :: big cheese (an important figure)
Fiji {prop} {fp}  :: Fiji (country/and/archipelago)
fijiano {adj}  :: Fijian (of or relating to Fiji)
fijiano {adj}  :: Fijian (of or relating to the Fijian language)
fijiano {m}  :: Fijian (a person from Fiji)
fijiano {m}  :: Fijian (language spoken in Fiji)
filé {m}  :: fillet (strip of deboned meat or fish)
fila {f}  :: queue (line of people)
fila {f}  :: queue (waiting list)
fila {f} [computing]  :: queue (FIFO data structure)
filaça {f}  :: fibres used to make textiles
Filadélfia {prop} {f}  :: Filadélfia (city)
Filadélfia {prop} {f}  :: Filadélfia (placename)
fila indiana {f}  :: single file (line or queue one person wide)
filamento {m}  :: filament (fine thread or wire)
filamento {m}  :: filament (wire in an incandescent light bulb)
filamento {m} [botany]  :: filament (stalk of a stamen in a flower)
filantropia {f}  :: philanthropy (benevolent altruism with the intention of increasing the well-being of mankind)
filantropo {m}  :: philanthropist (person who loves mankind)
filantropo {m}  :: philanthropist (very generous person or institution)
filantrópico {adj}  :: philanthropic
filar {vt}  :: to grab; to seize; to catch; to take hold of
filar {v} [Brazil, colloquial]  :: to get for free
filaríase {f}  :: alternative form of filariose
filarial {adj} [medicine]  :: filarial (pertaining to filaria)
filariose {f}  :: filariasis (disease caused by the infestation of the lymphatic system with nematodes)
filarmónica {f} [European orthography, music]  :: philharmonic (full-sized symphonic orchestra)
filarmônica {f} [Brazilian orthography]  :: alternative form of filarmónica
filarmónico {adj} [European orthography, music]  :: philharmonic (appreciative of the performance of music)
filarmônico {adj} [Brazilian orthography]  :: alternative form of filarmónico
filatelia {f}  :: philately (stamp collecting)
fileira {f}  :: file, row, line
fileira {f} [chess]  :: rank
Filemom {prop} {m}  :: alternative spelling of Filémon
filhó {f} [culinary]  :: A traditional christmas treat prepared with eggs and flour, fried in olive oil; beignet, fritter
filha {f}  :: daughter
filha da puta {f}  :: feminine noun of filho da puta
filharada {f}  :: collectively, sons and/or daughters
filhinha {f}  :: diminutive of filha
filho {m}  :: son (male offspring)
filho {m}  :: child (offspring of any sex)
filho {m}  :: [colloquial] son (term of address for a younger male)
filho {m}  :: [somewhat, poetic] son; child (any descendant)
filho {m}  :: child (any person or thing heavily influenced by something else)
filho {m}  :: [graph theory] child (a node, of a tree, that has a parent node)
filho da mãe {m} [euphemism]  :: son of a gun; euphemism of filho da puta
filho da puta {m} [pejorative]  :: son of a bitch (objectionable person)
filho-da-puta {m}  :: rare spelling of filho da puta
filho de peixe, peixinho é {proverb}  :: apple does not fall far from the tree (a child is similar to its parents)
filho de peixe sabe nadar {proverb}  :: like father, like son (a child will have traits similar to its parents)
filho único {m}  :: only child (a person who has no siblings)
filho pródigo {m}  :: prodigal son (one who returns after living extravagantly)
filhote {m}  :: pup; cub (youth of an animal)
filhote {m} [affectionate]  :: diminutive of filho
-filia {suffix} [pathology]  :: -philia (forming words denoting abnormal linking towards a given thing)
filiado {v}  :: past participle of filiar
filial {adj}  :: filial (pertaining to a son or daughter)
filial {f}  :: branch (office of an organisation)
filiando {v}  :: gerund of filiar
filiação {f}  :: adoption
filiação {f}  :: filiation
filiar {v}  :: to adopt
filiar {v}  :: to join (a group)
filicídio {m}  :: filicide (the murder of one’s child)
filigrana {f}  :: filigree
filigrana {f}  :: watermark
Filipa {prop} {f}  :: given name
Filipe {prop} {m}  :: Philip, the apostle
Filipe {prop} {m}  :: given name
Filipenses {prop} {mp}  :: Philippians (a book of the Bible)
filipina {f}  :: feminine noun of filipino
Filipinas {prop} {fp}  :: Filipinas (archipelago/and/country)
filipino {adj}  :: Filipino (of or pertaining to the Philippines or its people)
filipino {m}  :: Filipino (native or inhabitant of the Philippines)
filipino {m}  :: Filipino (prestige register of the Tagalog language)
filisteu {m}  :: philistine
filisteu {m}  :: Philistine
filiável {adj}  :: affiliable (capable of being affiliated to)
filóloga {f}  :: feminine noun of filólogo
filólogas {f}  :: feminine noun of filólogo
filólogo {m}  :: philologist
filmagem {f}  :: (an instance of) filming, shooting
filmar {v}  :: to film
filme {m}  :: film, movie (motion picture)
filme {m}  :: film (thin layer)
filme {m} [photography]  :: film
filme {m} [colloquial]  :: story; drama
filme mudo {m} [cinematography]  :: silent film
filme trash {m} [colloquial, film]  :: B-movie (a low-budget motion picture, especially one with poor production values)
Filémon {prop} {m} [book of the bible]  :: Philemon (book of the New Testament)
Filémon {prop} {m} [biblical character]  :: Philemon (an early Christian in Asia Minor)
Filêmon {prop} {m} [Brazilian orthography]  :: alternative form of Filémon
filo {m} [taxonomy]  :: phylum (rank below kingdom and above class)
filão {m}  :: vein, lode, streak
filogenia {f} [systematics]  :: phylogeny (evolutionary history of an organism)
filoginia {f}  :: philogyny (loved or respect for women)
filológico {adj}  :: philological
filologia {f}  :: philology
filologicamente {adv}  :: philologically
filologista {adj}  :: philological (pertaining to the history of literature)
filologista {mf}  :: philologist (person who engages in philology)
Filomena {prop} {f}  :: given name
filosófico {adj}  :: philosophical
filosofal {adj}  :: having philosophical importance
filosofar {v}  :: to philosophise (to philosophically ponder or reason)
filosofia {f}  :: philosophy (academic discipline)
filosofia analítica {f} [philosophy]  :: analytic philosophy (style of philosophy emphasising argumentative clarity and precision)
filotraquéia {f} [arachnology]  :: book lung
filoxera {f}  :: phylloxera
filósofa {f}  :: feminine noun of filósofo
filósofo {m}  :: philosopher (person who studies philosophy)
filtração {f}  :: filtration
filtração {f}  :: percolation
filtrar {vt}  :: to filter (to sort, sift, or isolate)
filtro {m}  :: filter (device for separating impurities from a fluid or other substance)
filtro labial {m}  :: philtrum (groove on upper lip)
filáucia {f}  :: self-love (regard for oneself)
filáucia {f}  :: philauty, selfishness
fim {m}  :: end
fim de jogo {phrase}  :: See: fim de jogo
fim de jogo {phrase}  :: game over (acknowledges the end of some ongoing situation, especially due to failure)
fim de mundo {m}  :: alternative form of fim do mundo
fim de mundo {m}  :: hellhole; shithole (unpleasant region)
fim de papo {phrase}  :: that’s that (there is nothing more to say or to do concerning the matter)
fim de semana {m}  :: weekend (break in the working week)
fim-de-semana {m}  :: dated spelling of fim de semana
fim do mundo {m}  :: end of the world (destruction of the planet Earth or humans)
finado {adj}  :: late, deceased, dead
finados {m}  :: clipping of Dia de Finados
final {adj}  :: final, ultimate, last
final {m}  :: an end
final {f} [sports]  :: final
final de semana {m}  :: weekend (break in the working week)
final-de-semana {m}  :: dated spelling of final de semana
finale {m}  :: finale (grand end of something, especially something artistic)
final feliz {m} [literature]  :: happy ending (situation in which all main characters become content)
finalidade {f}  :: goal, objective
finalista {mf}  :: finalist
finalização {f}  :: ending; termination; conclusion
finalizar {v}  :: to finish
finalizar {v}  :: to finalise (to finish or complete)
finalizar {v} [sports]  :: to score after arriving near the goal
finalmente {adv}  :: eventually; at last (after a long time)
finalmente {adv}  :: lastly; finally; in the end (at the conclusion)
finalzinho {m}  :: diminutive of final
finamente {adv}  :: slightly (in a manner to produce a fine result)
finanças {fp}  :: finance (management of money and other assets)
finanças {fp}  :: finances (monetary resources or a person or organisation)
finanças públicas {fp}  :: public finance (field of economics)
financeiramente {adv}  :: financially (of or referring to finance or money)
financeiro {adj}  :: financial
financiamento {m}  :: funding (the act of providing funds)
financiar {vt}  :: to fund; to finance (to pay for)
finando {v}  :: gerund of finar
finar {v}  :: to finish (to come to an end)
finar {v}  :: to debilitate; to enfeeble
finar {v} [euphemistic]  :: to die (to become dead)
fincar {v}  :: to stick in
findado {v}  :: past participle of findar
findando {v}  :: gerund of findar
findar {v}  :: to finish, terminate, conclude
findo {adj}  :: finished
fineza {f}  :: thinness (state of being thin)
fineza {f}  :: slenderness (state of being slender)
fineza {f}  :: finesse (property of having grace, elegance, skill, or balance)
fineza {f}  :: a favour owed to someone
fineza {f}  :: suavity (quality of being sweet or pleasing to the mind)
fineza {f} [of metals and gems]  :: purity (state or degree of being pure)
finge {v}  :: third-person singular indicative present of fingir
finge {v}  :: second-person singular imperative of fingir
fingido {v}  :: past participle of fingir
fingimento {m}  :: deception
fingimento {m}  :: hypocrisy
fingimento {m}  :: pretence
fingimento {m}  :: camouflage
fingir {v}  :: to pretend (to act as though something is different from what it is)
Fiónia {prop} {f} [European orthography]  :: Fiónia (island)
Fiônia {prop} {f} [Brazilian orthography]  :: alternative form of Fiónia
finidade {f}  :: finity (state or characteristic of being finite)
fininho {adj}  :: diminutive of fino, very thin
finito {adj}  :: finite; limited
finito {adj}  :: finished; over
finlandização {f} [politics]  :: Finlandization (the influence of a state on a smaller neighbouring state)
finlandizar {vt} [rare]  :: to Fennicize (to make Finnish)
finlandês {m}  :: Finnish (language)
finlandês {m}  :: Finnish (person from Finland)
finlandês {adj}  :: Finnish (pertaining to Finland or its people)
Finlândia {prop} {f}  :: Finlândia (country)
fino {adj}  :: thin (having little thickness)
fino {adj}  :: slender; slim (having little body fat or flesh)
fino {adj}  :: fine (of superior quality)
fino {adj} [of sound]  :: high-pitched
fino {adj}  :: exhibiting finesse; elegant; graceful
fino {m}  :: [Portugal, regional] draft beer (usually served in a small glass)
fino-úgrico {adj} [linguistics]  :: Finno-Ugric (of or relating to the Finno-Ugric language family)
finório {adj}  :: wily; sly; cunning
finório {m}  :: a wily person
finês {adj}  :: Finnish (of Finland)
finês {adj}  :: Finnish (of the Finnish language)
finês {m}  :: Finnish (language)
finíssimo {adj}  :: superfine
finura {f}  :: thinness (as opposed to thickness);
finura {f}  :: fineness (as opposed to roughness), sharpness, precision;
finura {f}  :: acuity, discernment;
finura {f}  :: ingeniosity
fio {m} [textiles]  :: thread
fio {m}  :: string
fio {m} [jewellery]  :: chain
fio {m} [electronics]  :: wire
fio da meada {m}  :: train of thought (flow of thinking)
fio dental {m}  :: dental floss (floss used to clean the areas between the teeth)
fio dental {m} [by extension]  :: microkini (a very skimpy bikini that covers just the genitals and nipples)
fiofó {m} [colloquial]  :: anus
fiorde {m}  :: fjord (long, deep inlet)
fios de ovos {mp}  :: fios de ovos (traditional Portuguese sweet food)
fiquey {v}  :: obsolete spelling of fiquei
firewall {mf} [computer security]  :: firewall (computer software that monitors traffic in a network)
firma {f}  :: company
firma {f} [legal]  :: signature
firmado {v}  :: past participle of firmar
firmamente {adv}  :: firmly, tightly
firmamente {adv}  :: resolutely
firmamento {m}  :: firmament (the vault of the heavens)
firmamento {m}  :: the act of making something firm, secure
firmando {v}  :: gerund of firmar
firmar {v}  :: to sign
firme {adj}  :: firm
firmemente {adv}  :: firmly (in a firm or definite or strong manner)
firmeza {f}  :: firmness
firmeza {f} [São Paulo, of a person]  :: fine
Firmino Alves {prop}  :: Firmino Alves (placename)
firmware {m} [computing]  :: firmware (software closely tied to the hardware on which it runs)
first-person shooter {m}  :: first-person shooter
fiscal {adj}  :: fiscal (relating to taxes)
fiscal {mf}  :: fiscal, inspector
fiscal do Sarney {mf} [historical]  :: In Brazil, in 1986–1987, a citizen who demanded the prices of products to remain frozen as planned in José Sarney's Plano Cruzado
fiscalização {f}  :: inspection, oversight
fiscalizar {v}  :: to inspect, to control, to supervise
fisco {m}  :: fisc; exchequer; national treasury; public treasury
fisga {f}  :: slingshot (device for shooting small projectiles)
fisgar {vt}  :: to hook (to catch with a hook)
fisicamente {adv}  :: physically (in a physical manner)
fisiculturismo {m}  :: bodybuilding (sport of muscle development)
fisiólogo {m}  :: physiologist (person who studies or specialises in physiology)
fisio {f}  :: abbreviation of fisioterapia
fisioculturismo {m}  :: alternative form of fisiculturismo
fisiognomia {f}  :: physiognomy (the art or pseudoscience of deducing someone’s personality from their appearance)
fisiognomonia {f}  :: alternative form of fisiognomia
fisiológico {adj}  :: physiological
fisiologia {f}  :: physiology (branch of biology that deals with the functions and activities of life)
fisionômico {adj}  :: physiognomic / physiognomical
fisionomia {f}  :: physiognomy
fisionomia {f}  :: face, semblance
fisiopatológico {adj}  :: physiopathological
fisioterapeuta {mf}  :: physiotherapist (therapist who treats physical dysfunction)
fisioterapia {f}  :: physiotherapy
fissil {adj}  :: alternative form of físsil
fissionado {v}  :: past participle of fissionar
fissionando {v}  :: gerund of fissionar
fissionar {v}  :: to fission
fissionável {adj}  :: fissionable
fissão {f} [physics]  :: fission
fissão nuclear {f} [physics]  :: nuclear fission (nuclear reaction that releases energy)
fissíparo {adj} [biology]  :: fissiparous (that reproduces by splitting into two)
fissíparo {adj}  :: fissiparous (factious, tending to break into pieces)
fissíparo {adj}  :: fissiparous (causing division or fragmenting something)
fissura {f}  :: fissure
fissurado {v}  :: past participle of fissurar
fissurando {v}  :: gerund of fissurar
fissurar {v}  :: to fissure
fisting {m}  :: fisting (sexual practice of inserting a hand into the vagina or rectum)
fita {f}  :: tape, ribbon, band
fita {f} [colloquial]  :: film, movie
fita {f} [Portugal, education, slang]  :: a colored ribbon to indicate membership of a faculty
fita {f}  :: act, deception, lie
-fita {suffix} [botany]  :: -phyte (forms the name of plant groupings)
fita adesiva {f}  :: sticky tape (tape with glue on its surface)
fita-cola {f}  :: sticky tape (tape with glue on its surface)
fita crepe {f}  :: masking tape (sticky tape made of paper)
fita de Möbius {f} [topology]  :: Möbius strip (surface formed by connecting two opposite edges of a square in opposite directions)
fita-do-mar {f}  :: eelgrass (Zostera marina), a beach plant with long, slender leaves
fita gomada {f}  :: sticky tape (tape with glue on its surface)
fita magnética {f}  :: magnetic tape (acrylic tape used for recording data)
fita métrica {f}  :: measuring tape (tape with marks for measuring distance)
fitar {v}  :: to stare at; to gaze at
fitófago {adj} [zoology]  :: phytophagous (feeding on plants)
fitness {m}  :: fitness (cultivation of an attractive and healthy physique)
fitness {m} [artificial intelligence]  :: fitness (degree of appropriateness of an answer in a genetic algorithm)
fitoesterol {m} [biochemistry]  :: phytosterol (any of a group of steroid alcohols occurring in plants)
fito-hormônio {m}  :: alternative form of fitormônio
fito-hormona {f} [Portugal]  :: phytohormone (plant hormone)
fitopatógeno {m} [biology]  :: phytopathogen (anything that is pathogenic to plants)
fitormônio {m} [Brazilian orthography, biochemistry]  :: phytohormone (plant hormone)
fiável {adj}  :: reliable (fit to be relied on)
fivela {f} [countable]  :: buckle (belt clasp)
fixado {v}  :: past participle of fixar
fixador {adj}  :: fixative
fixador {m}  :: fixative
fixador {m}  :: fixer
fixador {m}  :: holder, retainer
fixamente {adv}  :: fixedly
fixando {v}  :: gerund of fixar
fixação {f}  :: fixation (all senses)
fixar {v}  :: to fix, fasten, secure
fixe {adj} [Portugal, colloquial]  :: cool (calmly audacious)
fixe {interj} [Portugal, colloquial]  :: cool!, great!
fixismo {m} [biology]  :: fixism (the theory that species alive today were identical to those of the past)
fixismo {m} [beekeeping]  :: the use of beehives with fixed honeycombs
fixo {adj}  :: fixed, immoveable
fixo {adj}  :: permanent
fizeraõ {v}  :: obsolete spelling of fizeram
fizerão {v}  :: obsolete spelling of fizeram
flabelar {v}  :: to fan with a hand-held fan
flabelo {m}  :: fan (hand-held device waved back and forth to cool someone)
fla-flu {m} [association football, Brazil]  :: a match between Clube de Regatas do Flamengo and Fluminense Football Club
fla-flu {m} [Rio Grande do Sul]  :: foosball (table soccer)
fla-flu {m} [figuratively, Brazil]  :: a polarization between two opposite viewpoints, especially political ones
flag {mf} [programming]  :: flag (true-or-false variable)
flagelar {v}  :: to scourge (to strike with a scourge)
flagelo {m}  :: scourge; a whip, especially one used to hit people
flagelo {m}  :: scourge (a persistent pest, illness, or source of trouble)
flagelo {m}  :: bane, a cause of suffering or source of pain and anguish
flagelo {m} [microbiology]  :: flagellum (whip-like appendage in bacteria and protists)
flagrante {adj}  :: blatant; obvious; glaring
flagrante {adj} [law, of a crime]  :: caught in the act
flagrante {m} [law]  :: the act of catching a crime in the act
flama {f}  :: flame (visible part of fire)
flamejante {adj}  :: flaming (on fire with visible flames)
flamengo {adj}  :: Flemish (of, from or relating to Flanders)
flamengo {adj}  :: Flemish (of or relating to the Flemish dialect)
flamengo {m}  :: someone from Flanders
flamengo {m} [uncountable]  :: Flemish (the Dutch dialect spoken in Flanders)
flamengo {m}  :: alternative form of flamingo
flamenguista {adj} [Brazil, soccer]  :: Pertaining to, or related to Clube de Regatas do Flamengo
flamenguista {mf} [Brazil, soccer]  :: A player or supporter of Clube de Regatas do Flamengo sports team, especially the association football (soccer) team
flamingo {m}  :: flamingo (bird)
flamingo andino {m}  :: Andean flamingo (Phoenicopterus andinus, a flamingo of Chile)
flanco {m}  :: flank
Flandres {prop} {f}  :: Flandres (region)
Flandres {prop} {f} [historical]  :: Flandres (county)
flanela {f}  :: flannel
flanelinha {f}  :: diminutive of flanela; a small flannel (soft cloth material)
flanelinha {f} [colloquial, Brazil]  :: A person who watches over cars on the street, in exchange for money
flanelinha {} [person who watches over cars]  :: arrumador (de carros) [Portugal]
flango {m}  :: eye dialect of frango
flanquear {vt}  :: to flank (to attack the flank(s))
flanquear {vt}  :: to flank (to be located by the side(s) of something)
flarte {m}  :: alternative form of flerte
flashback {m} [narratology]  :: flashback (earlier event inserted into the normal chronological flow of a narrative)
flash card {m}  :: flashcard (card with information serving as a memorisation aide)
flashcard {m}  :: alternative spelling of flash card
flato {m} [medical]  :: flatus (expulsion of gas through the anus)
flatulência {f}  :: flatulence (state of having gas in digestive system)
flauta {f} [musical instruments]  :: flute
flauta de Pã {f} [music instrument]  :: panpipes (wind instrument consisting of a series of tubes of different lengths)
flauta doce {f} [musical instruments]  :: recorder (flute-like musical instrument)
flautim {m} [musical instruments]  :: piccolo (musical instrument)
flautista {mf}  :: flautist
flautista de Hamelin {mf}  :: pied piper (anyone or anything that draws many followers)
flavina {f} [organic chemistry]  :: flavin
flácido {adj}  :: flaccid; limp; flabby
fôlder {m}  :: alternative spelling of folder
flecha {f}  :: arrow (projectile)
flecha {f}  :: arrow (symbol)
flecha {f}  :: spire
flegma {morf}  :: rare form of fleuma
fôlego {m}  :: breath
fôlego {m}  :: wind (ability to breathe properly)
fôlego {m} [by extension]  :: impetus, spirit
Flensburg {prop} {f}  :: Flensburg (city)
Flensburgo {prop} {f}  :: alternative form of Flensburg
flertar {v}  :: to flirt; to philander; to cocket; to dally
flerte {m}  :: flirt (instance of flirting, courting)
flerte {m}  :: flirtation; courtship
fleróvio {m} [neologism]  :: flerovium (chemical element with atomic number 114)
flete {m}  :: flat (apartment)
fleugma {morf}  :: rare form of fleuma
fleuma {f}  :: phlegm (historical: humour)
fleuma {f} [uncountable]  :: tranquillity; calmness
fleumático {adj} [of a person]  :: phlegmatic (not easily excited to action)
fleumático {adj} [of a person]  :: cold, insensible, emotionless, impassible
Flevoland {prop} {f}  :: Flevoland (province)
Flevolândia {prop} {f}  :: alternative form of Flevoland
flexibilidade {f}  :: flexibility
flexibilização quantitativa {f} [economics]  :: quantitative easing (monetary policy where the central bank buys assets from private institutions)
flexionar {vt} [grammar]  :: to inflect
flexão {f} [grammar]  :: inflection (change in the form of a word that reflects a change in grammatical function)
flexão {f} [grammar]  :: an inflected form of a word
flexão {f}  :: push-up (exercise performed by resting on one’s toes and hands and pushing one’s weight off the floor)
flexível {adj}  :: flexible (all senses)
flexível {adj}  :: supple, pliable
flexível {adj}  :: pliant
fúlgido {adj}  :: effulgent; shining
flibusteiro {m}  :: pirate; corsair; freebooter (criminal who plunders at sea)
fálico {adj}  :: phallic (having to do with the penis)
fólico {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: folic
fliperama {m} [gaming]  :: arcade (establishment running coin-operated games)
flip-flop {m} [electronics]  :: flip-flop (electronic circuit able to switch between two states)
fliscorne {m} [musical instrument]  :: flugelhorn (a brass instrument)
Félix {prop} {m}  :: given name
flúmen {m}  :: alternative form of flume
flâmula {f}  :: pennant (type of small flag)
floco {m}  :: flake (a thin chiplike layer of anything)
floco {m}  :: tuft (bunch of feathers, grass or hair, etc., held together at the base)
floco de neve {m}  :: snowflake
flocos de milho {mp}  :: corn flakes (breakfast cereal)
floculação {f}  :: flocculation
floema {m} [botany]  :: phloem (vascular tissue of plants)
flogisto {m} [chemistry, historical]  :: phlogiston (hypothetical fiery principle)
flogose {f} [medicine, dated]  :: phlogosis; inflammation
flogístico {m} [chemistry, historical]  :: phlogiston (hypothetical fiery principle)
flogístico {adj}  :: phlogistic (pertaining to phlogiston)
flood {m} [Internet slang]  :: a flood of superfluous text messages
floodar {v} [Internet slang]  :: to flood, to disrupt an online conversation by sending superfluous text
flor {f}  :: flower
flúor {m}  :: fluorine
flora {f}  :: flora (plants of a region considered as a group)
Flora {prop} {f}  :: given name
Flora {prop} {f} [Roman god]  :: Flora (goddess of nature)
florada {f}  :: blossom (state or season for such flowers)
floral {adj}  :: floral
floração {f}  :: flowering
floração {f}  :: inflorescence
floração {f}  :: blossom, bloom
Flora Rica {prop}  :: Flora Rica (placename)
flor de lis {f}  :: alternative spelling of flor-de-lis
flor-de-lis {f} [heraldiccharge]  :: fleur-de-lis (design representing a flower with three petals)
flor de lótus {f}  :: lotus (Nelumbo, a flower)
Flor do Sertão {prop}  :: Flor do Sertão (placename)
Floreal {prop}  :: Floreal (placename)
florear {v}  :: to plant flowers
florear {v}  :: to blossom (to open into blossoms)
florear {v} [figuratively]  :: to embroider (to add imaginary detail to a narrative)
floreio {m}  :: flourish; ornamentation
floreio {m}  :: elegance of writing style
floreira {f}  :: flower box (flower container)
floreira {f}  :: feminine noun of floreiro
floreiro {m}  :: florist (a person who sells flowers)
Florença {prop} {f}  :: Florença (city/and/province)
florentino {adj}  :: Florentine
florentino {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Flores Island (Azores)
florentino {m}  :: Florentine
florentino {m}  :: Someone from Flores Island
florescente {adj} [of a flower]  :: blooming; flowering (opening in blossoms)
florescente {adj}  :: blooming; thriving; growing
florescer {v}  :: to flower; to blossom (to put forth blooms)
florescer {v}  :: to adorn with flowers
florescer {v}  :: to flourish; to prosper
florescer {v}  :: to spring (to start to exist)
florescimento {m}  :: flowering
florescência {f} [botany]  :: anthesis; blooming; flowering (the event of a flower opening)
Flores da Cunha {prop}  :: Flores da Cunha (placename)
floresta {f}  :: forest (dense collection of trees)
Floresta Azul {prop}  :: Floresta Azul (placename)
florestal {adj} [ecology]  :: relating to forests
Florestal {prop}  :: Florestal (placename)
florestamento {m}  :: alternative form of aflorestamento
floresta negra {m}  :: clipping of bolo floresta negra
floresta negra {f}  :: See: floresta negra
Floresta Negra {prop} {f}  :: Floresta Negra (forest/and/range)
floresta primária {f}  :: primeval forest (large forest unaffected by humans)
florestar {vt}  :: to forest; to wood (to plant trees in an area)
floresta tropical {f}  :: tropical rainforest
floresta virgem {f}  :: virgin forest (a forest being more or less free from human ecological disturbance)
florete {m} [fencing]  :: foil
Floriano Peixoto {prop}  :: Floriano Peixoto (placename)
florianopolitano {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Florianópolis
florianopolitano {m}  :: Someone from Florianópolis
Florianópolis {prop}  :: Florianópolis (Florianópolis)
floricultura {f}  :: floriculture (the farming of flowers)
floricultura {f}  :: a place where flowers are grown and/or sold
floridense {mf}  :: Floridian (inhabitant of Florida)
floridense {adj}  :: Floridian (of, from or relating to Florida)
floridiano {m}  :: Floridian (inhabitant of Florida)
floridiano {adj}  :: Floridian (of, from or relating to Florida)
florim {m}  :: guilder (unit of currency used in the Netherlands Antilles and in Suriname, and formerly in the Netherlands)
Florina {prop} {f}  :: Florina (town/and/regional unit)
Floripa {prop} {f} [colloquial]  :: Nickname for the city of Florianópolis, Santa Catarina, Brasil
florir {v}  :: to flower; to blossom (to put forth blooms)
florir {v}  :: to adorn with flowers
florista {mf}  :: florist
Florência {prop} {f}  :: given name
Florínea {prop}  :: Florínea (placename)
florão {m}  :: crocket (floral decoration)
florzinha {f}  :: diminutive of flor
flotação {f}  :: flotation
flotilha {f} [nautical]  :: flotilla
flíper {m}  :: clipping of fliperama
flôr {f}  :: superseded spelling of flor
Flórida {prop} {f}  :: Flórida (state)
Flórida Paulista {prop}  :: Flórida Paulista (placename)
flêrte {m}  :: superseded spelling of flerte
fluído {m} [proscribed]  :: alternative form of fluido
fluente {adj}  :: fluent
fluente {adj}  :: flowing
fluentemente {adv}  :: fluently (expressing oneself easily)
fluentemente {adv}  :: fluently (having graceful movements)
flugelhorn {m} [musical instrument]  :: flugelhorn (a brass instrument)
fluidez {f}  :: flow (smoothness or continuity)
fluido {adj}  :: fluid (subject to change)
fluido {adj}  :: fluid (moving smoothly)
fluido {m} [physics]  :: fluid (any state of matter which can flow)
fluido pré-ejaculatório {m}  :: pre-ejaculate
fluindo {v}  :: gerund of fluir
fluir {v}  :: to flow, run
fluir {v}  :: to pour
flume {m} [obsolete or poetic]  :: river
fluminense {mf}  :: An inhabitant of the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
fluorado {v}  :: past participle of fluorar
fluorando {v}  :: gerund of fluorar
fluorante {adj}  :: fluorinating
fluoração {f}  :: fluorination
fluorapatita {f} [mineral]  :: fluorapatite
fluorar {v}  :: to fluorinate
fluorídrico {adj} [inorganic chemistry]  :: hydrofluoric
fluoretado {v}  :: past participle of fluoretar
fluoretando {v}  :: gerund of fluoretar
fluoretação {f} [chemistry, public health]  :: fluoridation (the act or process of adding fluoride to something, especially water)
fluoretar {v}  :: to fluoridate
fluoreto {m} [chemistry]  :: fluoride
fluorfosfato {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: fluorophosphate
fluoridreto {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: fluorohydride
fluorita {f} [mineral]  :: fluorite
fluortantalato {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: fluorotantalate
flush {m} [poker]  :: flush (hand consisting of all cards with the same suit)
flutuado {v}  :: past participle of flutuar
flutuador {m}  :: float
flutuador {m}  :: buoy
flutuando {v}  :: gerund of flutuar
flutuante {adj}  :: floating, afloat
flutuante {adj}  :: buoyant
flutuante {adj}  :: supernatant
flutuação {f}  :: fluctuation
flutuar {v}  :: to float
flutuar {v}  :: to fluctuate
flutuável {adj}  :: Able to float; floatable
fluvial {adj}  :: fluvial
fluxo {m}  :: flow
fluxo {m} [Brazil, slang, music]  :: baile funk
fluxograma {m}  :: flow chart (representation of how the different stages in a process are interconnected)
fluxo piroclástico {m} [volcanology]  :: pyroclastic flow
Flávia {prop} {f}  :: given name, feminine of Flávio
Flávio {prop} {m}  :: given name, masculine of Flávia
flw {interj} [Internet slang, text messaging]  :: abbreviation of falou
flw {interj} [Internet slang, text messaging]  :: abbreviation of falow
fêmea {f}  :: female
FMI {prop}  :: IMF (International Monetary Fund)
fémur {m} [European orthography, skeleton]  :: femur
fêmur {m} [skeleton]  :: femur; thighbone
fúnebre {adj}  :: funerary (relating to or similar in style or atmosphere to a funeral)
fúngico {adj}  :: fungal
fênice {f}  :: phoenix
fénice {f} [European orthography]  :: alternative form of fênix
fênix {f} [Brazilian orthography]  :: phoenix
fénix {f} [European orthography]  :: alternative form of fênix
Fénix {prop} {f} [European orthography, mythology]  :: Phoenix (mythical firebird)
Fênix {prop} {f} [Brazilian orthography]  :: alternative form of Fénix
fônon {m} [Brazilian orthography, physics]  :: phonon (quantum of acoustic or vibrational energy)
fío {m}  :: eye dialect of filho
fobia {f}  :: phobia
-fobia {suffix}  :: -phobia (used to form nouns meaning fear)
fobia social {f} [psychiatry]  :: social anxiety disorder (intense fear in social situations)
fobofobia {f}  :: phobophobia
Fobos {prop} {f}  :: Phobos (moon of Mars)
Fobos {prop} {m} [Greek god]  :: Phobos (son of Ares)
foca {f} [mammals]  :: seal
foca da Groenlândia {f}  :: harp seal (a species of seal)
focal {adj} [optics]  :: focal (relating to foci)
focal {adj} [medicine]  :: focal (limited to a small area)
focalizar {vt}  :: to focus (to cause light to converge at a single point)
focalizar {vi} [of light rays]  :: to converge at a single point
focalizar {vt}  :: to focus (to adjust the lens of an optical instrument))
focalizar {v} [with em]  :: to focus (to concentrate one’s attention)
focar {vt} [optics]  :: to focus (to cause (rays of light, etc) to converge at a single point)
focar {v}  :: to focus; to concentrate
focinheira {f}  :: muzzle (device to stop an animal from biting, worn over its snout)
focinho {m}  :: snout
foco {m} [optics]  :: focus (point at which rays of light converge)
foco {m} [geometry]  :: focus (point of a conic at which rays reflected from a curve or surface converge)
foco {m} [photography]  :: focus (convergence of light on the photographic medium)
foco {m} [epidemiology]  :: the source of transmission of a disease
foco {m}  :: focus (concentration of attention)
foco {m}  :: objective; intent
foco {m}  :: headquarters
foco {m} [regional]  :: lamp
foda {f} [slang]  :: fuck (an act of sexual intercourse)
foda {adj} [slang]  :: awesome; amazing
foda {adj} [slang]  :: bad, annoying
foda {adj} [slang]  :: [of a person] badass, dumbass
foda-se {interj} [slang, vulgar]  :: fuck it (expressing indifference or frustration)
foda-se {interj} [vulgar]  :: fuck you!
fodedor {m} [vulgar]  :: fucker (one who fucks)
foder {v} [vulgar]  :: to fuck
foderoso {adj} [colloquial]  :: Badass and powerful
foder-se para {vr} [vulgar slang]  :: to give a shit; to care
fodeu {interj} [vulgar]  :: fucked-up - fodeu is short for agora fodeu tudo or agora fodeu geral, both expressions meaning "puta que pariu" or "now the situation is hopeless"
fodido {adj} [vulgar]  :: fucked, fucked up
fodinha {adj}  :: diminutive of foda
fodástico {adj} [colloquial]  :: Badass and fantastic
fodível {adj}  :: fuckable
foe {v}  :: obsolete spelling of foi
fofo {adj}  :: spongy, fluffy, soft
fofo {adj} [colloquial]  :: cute
fofoca {f} [Brazil]  :: gossip (idle talk)
fofocar {v} [Brazil]  :: to gossip (to talk about someone else's private or personal business)
fofoqueira {f}  :: feminine noun of fofoqueiro
fofoqueiro {m} [Brazil]  :: gossiper (one who gossips)
fofoqueiro {adj}  :: gossipy (who likes to gossip)
fogaça {f} [culinary]  :: a type of sweet and spongy cake or bread
fogaréu {m}  :: bonfire
fogaréu {m}  :: cresset
fogaréu {m}  :: an architectural ornament in the form of a flickering flame
fogo {m} [uncountable]  :: fire (chemical reaction producing a flame)
fogo {m}  :: fire (destructive occurrence of fire in a certain place)
fogo {m} [military]  :: fire (projectiles in mid-air)
fogo {m} [uncountable, slang]  :: pain in the ass (someone or something that is hard to deal with)
fogo {m} [poetic]  :: flame (intense emotions)
fogo {m}  :: a device that produces a flame; a lighter or match
fogo {m} [colloquial]  :: heat (tense situation)
fogo {interj} [military]  :: fire! (an order for soldiers to shoot)
fogo {interj} [colloquial]  :: euphemistic form of foda-se
fogão {m}  :: fire (heater or stove)
fogo amigo {m}  :: friendly fire (fire from allied or friendly forces)
fogo corredor {m} [folklore]  :: will o' the wisp (strange ball of light)
fogo-corredor {m}  :: alternative spelling of fogo corredor
fogo cruzado {m} [military]  :: crossfire (interlocking lines of fire)
fogo cruzado {m} [figurative]  :: crossfire (heated confrontation)
fogo de artifício {m}  :: firework (exploding device used in celebrations)
fogo de palha {m} [idiomatic]  :: flash in the pan (transient occurrence with no long-term effect)
fogo de santelmo {m}  :: St. Elmo's fire (electrical discharge seen around pointed objects)
fogo-de-santelmo {m}  :: alternative spelling of fogo de santelmo
fogo de Santelmo {m}  :: alternative spelling of fogo de santelmo
fogo-fátuo {m} [folklore]  :: will o' the wisp (strange ball of light)
fogo grego {m} [historical]  :: Greek fire (flammable substance used to set fire to ships)
fogo no rabo {m} [idiom]  :: restlessness (an inability to be still, quiet, at peace or comfortable)
fogoso {adj}  :: enthusiastic
fogoso {adj}  :: salacious (promoting sexual desire or lust)
fogoso {adj}  :: hot-headed
fogueira {f}  :: blaze
fogueira {f}  :: bonfire
foguete {m}  :: rocket (non-guided missile)
foguete {m}  :: firework
foguista {mf}  :: stoker (person who feeds coal into a boiler)
foi {interj}  :: indicates that an action has been undertaken; done
foice {f}  :: sickle
foice e martelo {f} [Soviet iconography]  :: hammer and sickle (symbol of the Soviet Union)
foie gras {m}  :: foie gras (fattened liver of geese or ducks)
foi mal {interj}  :: See: foi mal
foi mal {interj} [Brazil, colloquial]  :: sorry (expression of regret or sorrow)
folar {m} [culinary]  :: folar (traditional Portuguese bread served at Passover and Easter)
folclore {m}  :: folklore
folclorismo {m}  :: folkloristics (study of folklore)
folclorística {f}  :: folkloristics (study of folklore)
folículo {m} [anatomy]  :: follicle (small cavity or sac)
folículo {m} [botany]  :: follicle (type of primitive dry fruit)
folder {m} [Brazil]  :: leaflet (small piece of paper with information)
fole {m}  :: bellows (flexible container used to blow air)
folegar {v} [obsolete]  :: to breathe
folga {f}  :: rest, day off (from work)
folga {f}  :: respite; break (a brief interval of rest or relief)
folga {f}  :: slack (extent to which a part of a mechanism can move freely)
folgado {adj}  :: loose
folgado {adj}  :: free
folgado {adj}  :: comfortable
folgado {adj}  :: happy, satisfied
folgar {vi}  :: to have time off
folgar {vi}  :: to rest, to relax
folgar {vi}  :: to rejoice, to have fun
folha {f} [botany]  :: leaf
folha {f}  :: sheet (of paper)
folhado {adj}  :: leafy
folhado {adj} [culinary]  :: flaky
folhado {m}  :: foliage, leafage
folhado {m} [culinary]  :: puff pastry (pastry that is made by repeatedly folding the rolled pastry into many layers)
folhagem {f}  :: foliage (the leaves of plants)
folheado {v}  :: past participle of folhear
folheando {v}  :: gerund of folhear
folheação {f}  :: the budding of leaves
folheação {f}  :: the time of the year when leaves bud
folheação {f} [topology]  :: foliation (a set of subspaces coextensive with a manifold)
folhear {v}  :: to browse, leaf through, peruse
folhear {v}  :: to veneer
folheca {f}  :: snowflake (small snow crystal)
folhetim {m}  :: The bottom half of a newspaper page, containing other than news
folhetim {m}  :: episode of a serialised novel
folheto {m}  :: flyer; brochure; leaflet
folhinha {f}  :: leaflet
folhinha {f}  :: page / sheet of a calendar
folhoso {adj}  :: leafy (containing much foliage)
folia {f}  :: merrymaking
folia {f}  :: merriment
folia {f} [music]  :: folia
folia {f} [dance]  :: an old Portuguese dance
foliar {adj}  :: foliar
foliáceo {adj}  :: leafy (shaped like a leaf or leaves)
folicular {adj}  :: follicular (of or pertaining to the follicles)
folião {m}  :: reveller (partygoer)
folião {m}  :: merrymaker
folião {adj}  :: playful
folião {adj}  :: merry
folk {m} [music genre]  :: folk music (contemporary music in traditional style)
folosa {f}  :: alternative form of felosa
Fomalhaut {prop} {f} [star]  :: Fomalhaut (brightest star in the constellation Piscis Austrinus)
fome {f} [uncountable]  :: hunger (need or compelling desire for food)
fome {f} [figurative]  :: hunger (any strong desire)
fome {f}  :: famine (extreme shortage of food in a region)
fomentar {v}  :: to foment (to incite or cause)
fominha {mf} [sports, slang]  :: ball hog (player who keeps the ball to themselves, rather than passing it)
fominha {adj} [sports, slang, of a player]  :: being a ball hog
fominha {f}  :: diminutive of fome
fona {f}  :: spark (small particle of glowing matter)
fonação {f}  :: phonation
fondue {mf}  :: fondue (dish of molten cheese)
fone {m}  :: phone (all senses)
fone {m}  :: headset
fone {m} [in plural]  :: headphones
fone de cabeça {m}  :: headphones (listening device)
fone de ouvido {m}  :: earphone (sound device held near the ear)
fonema {m} [phonetics]  :: phoneme (indivisible unit of sound)
fonemática {f} [linguistics]  :: phonemics (the study of phonemes)
fones {n}  :: headphones (pair of speakers worn over or in the ears)
foneticamente {adv}  :: phonetically
fonógrafo {m}  :: phonograph (device that plays cylinder records)
fonóloga {f}  :: feminine of fonólogo
fonólogo {m}  :: phonologist (person who specialises in phonology)
fonómetro {m} [European orthography]  :: phonometer (instrument for measuring sound)
fonômetro {m} [Brazilian orthography]  :: alternative form of fonómetro
fonémica {f} [European orthography, linguistics]  :: phonemics (the study of phonemes)
fonêmica {f} [Brazilian orthography]  :: alternative form of fonémica
fonoaudiólogo {m}  :: speech therapist (clinician who treats speech disorders)
fonográfico {adj}  :: phonographic
fonológico {adj}  :: phonological (of or relating to phonology)
fonologia {f} [linguistics, uncountable]  :: phonology (subfield of linguistics concerned with the way sounds function in languages)
fonologia {f} [linguistics, countable]  :: phonology (way sounds function within a given language)
fontanela {f}  :: fontanelle (soft spot on the head of babies)
fonte {f}  :: spring (water source)
fonte {f}  :: fountain
fonte {f}  :: source (that from which something comes or is acquired)
fonte {f} [anatomy]  :: temple of the head
fonte {f} [typography]  :: font
fonte batismal {f}  :: font (a receptacle in church for holy water)
fonética {f} [linguistics]  :: phonetics (study of speech sounds and their representation by written symbols)
fonético {adj} [linguistics]  :: phonetic (relating to sounds of spoken language)
Fontoura Xavier {prop}  :: Fontoura Xavier (placename)
football {m}  :: dated spelling of futebol
foot-ball {m}  :: dated spelling of futebol
for {m} [programming]  :: for loop (a loop that uses a counter)
fora {adv}  :: outside (on the outside of a building or location)
fora {adv}  :: overseas (in another country)
fora {adv}  :: out (away from home or one’s usual place)
fora {adv}  :: away (to be discarded)
fora {prep}  :: except (with the exception of)
fora {m} [Brazil, slang]  :: rejection of a romantic proposal
fora {interj}  :: out! (demanding that someone leave)
força {f}  :: force; strength
força {f}  :: power
força {interj}  :: Expression used to wish someone the strength to persevere whatever hardship they are experiencing
foraõ {v}  :: obsolete spelling of foram
força aérea {f}  :: air force (branch of the military devoted to air warfare)
força Casimir {f} [quantum field theory]  :: Casimir force (attraction between very closely separated objects)
força centrífuga {f}  :: centrifugal force (force that seems to push all bodies away from the centre of rotation)
fora da caixa {adv} [idiomatic, most commonly used in pensar fora da caixa]  :: outside the box (beyond convention)
fora de {prep}  :: outside (on the outside of)
fora de {prep}  :: out of (towards the outside of)
fora de controle {adj}  :: out of control
fora de controle {adv}  :: out of control
fora de hora {adv} [idiomatic]  :: out of turn (in an inappropriate time)
fora-de-lei {mf}  :: outlaw (a fugitive from the law)
fora de linha {adj}  :: offline (of a system, not connected to a larger network)
fora de linha {adj}  :: no longer being produced or supported
fora de linha {adj}  :: unaligned
força de van der Waals {f} [chemistry]  :: van der Waals force (weak attraction between neutral atoms and molecules)
força de vontade {f}  :: willpower (strength of will)
forçado {adj}  :: forced
fora do comum {adj} [idiomatic]  :: out of the ordinary; unusual
fora do normal {adj} [idiomatic]  :: out of the ordinary; unusual
foragido {adj}  :: fugitive (fleeing or running away)
foragido {m}  :: fugitive (a person who is fleeing or escaping from something)
força maior {f} [legal]  :: force majeure (unavoidable occurrence, voiding legal obligation)
forçar {v}  :: to force
forças armadas {fp}  :: armed forces (the military forces of a nation)
forasteira {f}  :: feminine noun of forasteiro
forasteiro {adj}  :: foreign
forasteiro {m}  :: foreigner
forasteiro {m}  :: stranger
forca {f}  :: gallows (wooden framework on which persons are put to death by hanging)
forcado {m}  :: pitchfork (farm tool)
forense {adj}  :: forensic (relating to the scientific investigation of evidence for a court of law)
forja {f}  :: forge (workshop in which metals are shaped)
forjador {m}  :: forger (person who creates a forgery)
forjador {m}  :: forger (person who forges metals)
forjadura {f}  :: forgery (the act of forging metal into shape)
forjadura {f}  :: forgery (the act of forging, fabricating or producing falsely)
forjamento {m}  :: forgery (the act of forging metal into shape)
forjamento {m}  :: forgery (the act of forging, fabricating or producing falsely)
forjar {v} [metallurgy]  :: to forge (to shape a metal)
forjar {v}  :: to forge (to create a forgery of)
forma {f}  :: form; shape (the visible structure of a thing)
forma {f}  :: [geometry] shape; figure (a geometric object)
forma {f}  :: form (a conventional method way of doing something)
forma {f}  :: [grammar] form (each of the possible inflections of a lexeme)
forma {f}  :: [military] formation (alignment of troops)
forma {f}  :: tin (metal pan used for baking)
forma {f}  :: mould (hollow object into which a liquid is poured so that it solidifies into a specific shape)
forma {f}  :: [typography] type; sort (block used to print a character)
forma canónica {f} [European orthography, mathematics]  :: canonical form (standard or normal presentation of a mathematical entity)
forma canónica {f} [European orthography]  :: See: forma canónica
forma canônica {f} [Brazilian orthography]  :: alternative form of forma canónica
forma de vida {f}  :: lifeform (living organism)
formador {m}  :: former (something or someone who forms something)
formador {m}  :: teacher (someone who teaches)
formador {adj}  :: which forms things
formador {adj}  :: which graduates people
formadora {f}  :: feminine noun of formador
formai {v}  :: second-person plural present imperative form of formar
formal {adj}  :: formal (being in accord with established forms)
formal {adj}  :: formal (official)
formal {adj}  :: formal (relating to the form or structure of something)
formal {adj}  :: formal (ceremonial)
formal {adj} [logic]  :: formal (involving mere manipulations of symbols)
formaldeído {m} [organic compound]  :: formaldehyde
formalidade {f}  :: formality (quality of being formal)
formalismo {m}  :: formalism
formalístico {adj}  :: formalistic
formação {f}  :: formation
formação {f}  :: organization
formação {f}  :: development
formação de quadrilha {f} [legal]  :: collaboration (cooperation in order to commit crime)
forma-pensamento {f} [spiritualism]  :: thought-form (a manifestation of the thoughts, ideas or emotions of someone)
formar {v}  :: to form
formara {v}  :: first-person singular pluperfect indicative form of formar
formara {v}  :: third-person singular pluperfect indicative form of formar
formas {v}  :: second-person singular present indicative form of formar
forma-sonata {f} [music]  :: sonata form (a form of classical music)
formatação {f}  :: formatting
formatar {v}  :: to format (create or edit the layout of a document)
formatar {v} [computing]  :: to format (to prepare a mass storage medium for initial use)
formato {m}  :: format (layout of a document)
formato {m}  :: format (form of presentation)
formato {m} [computing]  :: format (file type)
formatura {f}  :: graduation (the act of receiving a diploma from an institution)
formatura {f}  :: a graduation party
formei {v}  :: first-person singular preterite indicative form of formar
formicar-se {vr} [ornithology]  :: to engage in anting (rubbing live ants into the feathers)
formicário {m}  :: formicarium (vivarium with an ant colony)
formidável {adj}  :: fantastic; great; amazing
formiga {f}  :: ant
Formiga {prop}  :: Formiga (placename)
formiga argentina {f}  :: alternative spelling of formiga-argentina
formiga-argentina {f}  :: Argentine ant (an small, black ant belonging to the invasive species Linepithema humilis)
formiga-correição {f}  :: army ant
formiga-leão {f}  :: antlion (larva of the insects of the order Myrmeleon)
formigamento {m} [physiology]  :: tingling; formication (sensation similar to insects crawling over or within the skin)
formigar {vi}  :: to formicate; to tingle
formigar {v}  :: to be swarming or teeming with something
formigueiro {m}  :: ant colony
formigueiro {adj} [of a thief]  :: who steals objects of little value; petty
formigueiro {adj}  :: en masse (in a single body or group)
formigueiro {adj} [in animal names]  :: anteating
Formigueiro {prop}  :: Formigueiro (placename)
formiguento {adj}  :: antlike (resembling an ant)
formiguinha {f}  :: diminutive of formiga
formiguês {m} [childish]  :: "antese", language of ants
Formosa {prop} {f}  :: Formosa (island)
Formosa do Rio Preto {prop}  :: Formosa do Rio Preto (placename)
Formosa do Sul {prop}  :: Formosa do Sul (placename)
formoso {adj}  :: beautiful
Formoso {prop}  :: Formoso (placename)
formosíssimo {adj}  :: superlative of formoso
formulado {v}  :: past participle of formular
formulando {v}  :: gerund of formular
formulação {f}  :: formulation
formular {v}  :: to formulate
formular {v}  :: to say, enunciate
formular {adj}  :: formulaic
formular {adj}  :: formal
formulário {m}  :: form (to be filled in)
formulário {m}  :: formulary
formulário {m}  :: missal
fornada {f}  :: batch (quantity of baked goods made at one time)
fornalha {f}  :: furnace
fornalheiro {m}  :: stoker (person who feeds coal into a boiler)
fornecedor {m}  :: provider, caterer, vendor, supplier
fornecedora {f}  :: provider, caterer, vendor, supplier (female)
fornecendo {v}  :: gerund of fornecer
fornecer {v}  :: to supply, provide, furnish
fornecido {v}  :: past participle of fornecer
fornecimento {m}  :: supply, provision
fornicado {v}  :: past participle of fornicar
fornicando {v}  :: gerund of fornicar
fornicação {f}  :: fornication (sexual intercourse, especially on the part of an unmarried person)
fornicar {v}  :: to fornicate
forno {m}  :: oven
forno de microondas {m}  :: superseded spelling of forno de micro-ondas
forno de micro-ondas {m}  :: microwave oven
Fornos de Algodres {prop}  :: Fornos de Algodres (village/and/municipality)
foro {m}  :: forum
forão {v}  :: obsolete spelling of foram
forçosamente {adv}  :: By force; forcefully
forçosamente {adv}  :: In necessity; inevitably; necessarily
Forquetinha {prop}  :: Forquetinha (placename)
forquilha {f}  :: pitchfork (farm tool with tines)
forquilha {f}  :: fork; bifurcation
Forquilhinha {prop}  :: Forquilhinha (placename)
forró {m}  :: genre of Brazilian music that originated in Northeastern Brazil
forró {m}  :: confusion
forrado {adj}  :: lined
forrado {adj}  :: covered
forrado {adj}  :: padded
forrado {adj}  :: upholstered
forrado {adj}  :: wallpapered
forrado {v}  :: past participle of forrar
forragem {f} [agriculture]  :: forage; fodder (food stored for farm animals)
forrar {v}  :: to line, to insert a lining
forrar {v}  :: to cover, to put a cover on
forrar {v}  :: to carpet
forrar {v}  :: to save; to economize
forreta {mf}  :: miser; scrooge
forro {adj}  :: enfranchised; emancipated
forro {adj}  :: free; freed
forro {m}  :: Forro; Sãotomense (a Portuguese-based creole spoken in São Tomé and Príncipe)
forro {m}  :: lining
forro {m}  :: drop ceiling (secondary ceiling, hung below the structural ceiling)
forro {m}  :: an individual tile or plank of a drop ceiling
forrobodó {m} [Brazil, colloquial]  :: a chaotic situation involving many people
fortalecendo {v}  :: gerund of fortalecer
fortalecer {v}  :: to strengthen, fortify
fortalecido {v}  :: past participle of fortalecer
fortalecimento {m}  :: fortification
fortaleza {f}  :: fortress
Fortaleza {prop} {f}  :: Fortaleza (Fortaleza)
Fortaleza de Minas {prop}  :: Fortaleza de Minas (placename)
Fortaleza dos Valos {prop}  :: Fortaleza dos Valos (placename)
fortaleza moral {f}  :: character (moral strength)
forte {m}  :: strength (pronounced quality), strong suit
forte {m}  :: fortress
forte {adj}  :: capable of producing great force; strong; forceful
forte {adj}  :: capable of withstanding great force; strong; durable
forte {adj}  :: highly stimulating to the senses; intense; extreme; strong
forte {adj} [euphemism]  :: fat
fortemente {adv}  :: strongly
fortificado {adj}  :: to fortified (strengthened with fortifications)
fortificação {f}  :: fortification (the act of fortifying)
fortificação {f}  :: fortification (works erected to defend a place against attack)
fortificar {vt}  :: to fortify (to build fortifications in or around a place)
fortificar {vt}  :: to fortify; to strengthen (to make stronger)
fortim {m}  :: small fort
fortúnio {m}  :: fortune, prosperity or success
fortíssimo {adj}  :: very loud
fortíssimo {adj} [music]  :: fortissimo
fortuito {adj}  :: fortuitous (happening by chance, not necessarily a lucky one)
fortuna {f}  :: fortune (destiny)
fortuna {f}  :: fortune (good luck)
fortuna {f}  :: fortune (lots of riches)
Fortuna de Minas {prop}  :: Fortuna de Minas (placename)
fosco {adj}  :: Not shiny; having a matte finish or no particular luster
fosfatado {v}  :: past participle of fosfatar
fosfatando {v}  :: gerund of fosfatar
fosfatação {f}  :: phosphating
fosfatar {v}  :: to phosphate
fosfatase {f} [enzyme]  :: phosphatase (an enzyme that hydrolyzes phosphate esters)
fosfato {m}  :: phosphate (any salt or ester of phosphoric acid)
fosfo- {prefix} [chemistry]  :: phospho-
fosfocálcico {adj}  :: phosphocalcic
fosfodiéster {m} [biochemistry]  :: phosphodiester
fosfolipase {f} [enzyme]  :: phospholipase
fosfolipíde {m} [organic chemistry]  :: phospholipid
fosfolipídio {m} [organic chemistry]  :: phospholipid
fosfolípido {m}  :: alternative form of fosfolipíde
fosfonato {m} [organic chemistry]  :: phosphonate
fosforado {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: phosphide
fosforescendo {v}  :: gerund of fosforescer
fosforescer {v}  :: to phosphoresce
fosforescido {v}  :: past participle of fosforescer
fosforescência {f}  :: phosphorescence
fosforilado {v}  :: past participle of fosforilar
fosforilando {v}  :: gerund of fosforilar
fosforilação {f} [chemistry]  :: phosphorylation
fosforilar {v} [chemistry]  :: to phosphorylate
fosforoso {adj} [chemistry]  :: phosphorous (of, pertaining to or containing phosphorus)
fosfotúngstico {adj} [inorganic chemistry]  :: phosphotungstic
fosfóreo {adj} [chemistry]  :: phosphorous (of, pertaining to or containing phosphorus)
fosfórico {adj} [inorganic chemistry]  :: phosphoric
Fossa das Marianas {prop} {f}  :: Mariana Trench (trench in the North Pacific Ocean)
fossado {v}  :: past participle of fossar
fossando {v}  :: gerund of fossar
fossar {v}  :: to nuzzle
fossar {v}  :: to grub (around)
fossar {v}  :: to probe, investigate
fotógrafa {f}  :: feminine noun of fotógrafo
fotógrafo {m}  :: photographer (person who takes photographs)
fotólise {f}  :: photolysis
fotômetro {m}  :: photometer
fotômetro {m} [photography]  :: exposure meter
fotómetro {m} [European orthography, physics]  :: photometer (instrument that measures light intensity)
fotônico {adj} [physics]  :: photonic
foto {f}  :: photo; photograph
foto- {prefix}  :: photo-
fotão {m} [physics]  :: photon
fotocélula {f}  :: photocell
fotocondutor {m}  :: photoconductor
fotocopiar {v}  :: to photocopy (to make a copy using a photocopier)
fotocópia {f}  :: photocopy
fotodetetor {m}  :: photodetector
fotodiodo {m}  :: photodiode
fotoelétrico {adj}  :: photoelectric
fotoemissor {m}  :: photoemitter
fotofobia {f}  :: photophobia
fotogénico {adj} [European orthography]  :: photogenic (looking good when photographed)
fotogênico {adj} [Brazilian orthography]  :: alternative form of fotogénico
fotografar {v}  :: to photograph; take a picture
fotografia {f}  :: photography (the art of taking photographs)
fotografia {f}  :: photograph (picture created by projecting an image onto a photosensitive surface)
fotografia {f}  :: [figurative] carbon copy (something that looks very similar to something else)
fotograficamente {adv}  :: photographically
fotográfico {adj}  :: [photography] photographic (pertaining to photographs or photography)
fotográfico {adj}  :: [of memory] photographic (able to remember images in detail)
fotooxidação {f}  :: photooxidation
fotoprotetor {m}  :: sunscreen; sunblock (cream to prevent sunburns)
fotorresistência {f}  :: photoresistance
fotosensível {adj}  :: photosensitive
fotosfera {f} [astronomy]  :: photosphere (the visible surface layer of a star)
fotossensível {adj}  :: photosensitive
fotossintético {adj}  :: photosynthetic
fotossistema {f}  :: photosystem
fotossíntese {f}  :: photosynthesis
fotovoltaico {adj}  :: photovoltaic
fouce {f}  :: alternative form of foice
foy {v}  :: obsolete spelling of foi
foz {f}  :: mouth of a river
Foz {prop} {f}  :: clipping of Foz do Iguaçu
Foz do Iguaçu {prop} {f}  :: Foz do Iguaçu (city/and/municipality)
FPS {m}  :: FPS (initialism of "frames per second")
FPS {m} [video games]  :: FPS (initialism of "first-person shooter")
fôra {v}  :: superseded spelling of fora
fôrça {f}  :: superseded spelling of força
fêra {f}  :: eye dialect of feira
fracamente {adv}  :: weakly
fracamente {adv}  :: slightly
fracassar {vi}  :: to fail (to be unsuccessful)
fracasso {m}  :: the sound of objects crashing
fracasso {m}  :: failure
fraccionado {v}  :: past participle of fraccionar
fraccionamento {m}  :: obsolete spelling of fracionamento
fraccionando {v}  :: gerund of fraccionar
fraccionar {v}  :: alternative form of fracionar
fracionado {v}  :: past participle of fracionar
fracionador {m} [chemistry]  :: fractionator (apparatus used to separate the components of a mixture by fractionation)
fracionamento {m}  :: fractioning; fragmentation (act or instance of splitting something into fractions)
fracionando {v}  :: gerund of fracionar
fracionar {v}  :: to fractionate
fraco {adj}  :: weak (lacking in force or ability)
fraco {adj}  :: weak (lacking in taste or potency)
fraco {adj} [colloquial]  :: who cannot handle their drink
fracção {f}  :: superseded spelling of fração
fracote {mf}  :: weakling (weak person)
fractal {m} [mathematics]  :: fractal (self-similar geometric figure)
frade {m}  :: friar
frade {m}  :: angelfish (a marine fish of the family Pomacanthidae)
fraga {f}  :: cliff
fragata {f}  :: frigate ship
fragilidade {f}  :: fragility
fragilização {f}  :: embrittlement
fragmentado {v}  :: past participle of fragmentar
fragmentadora {f}  :: shredder (machine that tears up objects into smaller pieces)
fragmentando {v}  :: gerund of fragmentar
fragmentação {f}  :: fragmentation
fragmentação {f}  :: comminution
fragmentar {v}  :: to fragment
fragmento {m}  :: fragment
fragmento de Okazaki {m} [genetics]  :: Okazaki fragment
fragrante {adj}  :: aromatic; fragrant (giving off a scent)
fragrância {f}  :: fragrance (pleasant smell or odour)
fragrância {f}  :: perfume
Fraiburgo {prop}  :: Fraiburgo (placename)
fralda {f}  :: diaper; nappy (an absorbent garment worn by a baby, or by someone who is incontinent.)
fralda {f}  :: foot of a mountain or hill
fralda {f}  :: the part of a shirt below the waist
framboesa {f}  :: raspberry (the fruit of Rubus idaeus)
framboeseira {f}  :: raspberry (plant)
frame {m} [networking]  :: frame (independent chunk of data)
frame {m} [Internet]  :: frame (individually scrollable region of a webpage)
frame {m}  :: frame (individual image emited by a projector or monitor)
França {prop} {f}  :: França (country)
França {prop} {mf}  :: surname
Franca {prop}  :: Franca (placename)
francamente {adv} [manner]  :: frankly (in a frank, open or (too) honest manner)
francamente {adv} [speech act]  :: frankly (in truth, to tell the truth)
Frances {m}  :: obsolete spelling of francês
Frances {adj}  :: obsolete spelling of francês
francesamente {adv}  :: Frenchly (in the manner of French people; in the context of France)
francesamente {adv}  :: Frenchly (as said or written in French language)
francesidade {f}  :: Frenchness
francesinha {f}  :: A type of sandwich from Porto, Portugal containing several kinds of meat and served with sauce
francez {adj}  :: obsolete spelling of francês
francez {m}  :: obsolete spelling of francês
francófilo {adj}  :: Francophile (loving France, the French people or French culture)
francófilo {m}  :: Francophile (one who loves France)
francófono {adj}  :: Francophone (French-speaking)
francófono {m}  :: Francophone (a speaker of French)
franchise {m}  :: franchise (business licensed to operate under a given business model and brand)
franchising {m} [business]  :: franchise (authorisation granted to a company to use a given brand and business model)
Francisca {prop} {f}  :: given name
franciscano {adj}  :: Franciscan
Francisco {prop} {m}  :: given name
Francisco Badaró {prop}  :: Francisco Badaró (placename)
Francisco Dumont {prop}  :: Francisco Dumont (placename)
Francisco Morato {prop}  :: Francisco Morato (placename)
Francisco Sá {prop}  :: Francisco Sá (placename)
Franciscópolis {prop}  :: Franciscópolis (placename)
franckeita {f} [mineral]  :: franckeite
Francónia {prop} {f} [European orthography]  :: Francónia (traditional region/and/former duchy)
Francônia {prop} {f} [Brazilian orthography]  :: alternative form of Francónia
franco- {prefix}  :: Franco- (relating to France or French)
franco {adj}  :: Frankish (referring to the Franks)
franco {adj}  :: frank (bluntly honest)
franco {m}  :: franc (former currency of France and Belgium)
franco {m}  :: franc (any of several units of currency)
franco {m}  :: Frank (one of the Franks)
Franco {prop} {m}  :: given name
Franco {prop} {m}  :: surname
franco-atirador {m} [military unit]  :: sniper (person who makes precise attacks from a far, concealed position)
Franco da Rocha {prop}  :: Franco da Rocha (placename)
francofonia {f}  :: Francophonie (French speakers or French-speaking countries and regions collectively)
Francoforte {prop} {f}  :: Francoforte (city)
franco-maçom {mf}  :: Freemason (member of the Free and Accepted Masons)
francomaçonaria {f}  :: Freemasonry (institution and ways of the Freemasons)
franco suíço {m}  :: Swiss franc (currency of Switzerland)
francês {m}  :: Frenchman (person from France)
francês {m} [uncountable]  :: French (Romance language spoken in France, Belgium, Switzerland and former colonies of France)
francês {adj}  :: French (of, from or relating to France)
francês antigo {m}  :: Old French
francês médio {m}  :: Middle French (language)
franga {f}  :: feminine noun of frango
frangalho {m}  :: tatter (shred of torn cloth)
frango {m}  :: a young chicken
frango {m} [culinary]  :: chicken meat
frango {m} [figuratively, slang]  :: a frightened and weak person, especially a man
frango {m} [association football]  :: a goal resulting from a shameful mistake by the goalkeeper, especially when the ball passes between his legs
frango {m}  :: the goalkeeper who makes this mistake
frango-d'água {m}  :: common moorhen
franguinha {f}  :: diminutive of franga
franguinha {f} [slang]  :: chick (young woman)
frangível {adj}  :: frangible (able to be broken)
franjado {v}  :: past participle of franjar
franjando {v}  :: gerund of franjar
franjar {v}  :: to fringe
Frank {prop} {m}  :: given name
Frankfurt {prop} {f}  :: Frankfurt (city)
franklinita {f} [mineral]  :: franklinite
franquear {vt}  :: to exempt from charge
franquear {vi}  :: to clear (to go through as payment)
franqueza {f}  :: frankness (sincere and open speech, honesty in expression)
franquia {f} [business]  :: franchise (business licensed to operate under a given business model and brand)
franquiar {vt} [business]  :: to franchise (to authorise a company to use a given brand and business model)
franquismo {m} [politics]  :: Francoism (the politics of Francisco Franco in Spain)
franquista {adj}  :: Franquist (pertaining to Francisco Franco)
franquista {mf}  :: Franquist (supporter of Francisco Franco)
franzimento {m}  :: the act of frowning one’s face
franzino {adj}  :: puny
franzino {adj}  :: thin
franzir {v}  :: to frown (to form wrinkles in forehead)
franzir o cenho {vi}  :: to frown (to have a frown on one’s face)
fração {f}  :: fraction
fraque {m}  :: morning dress, white tie and tails
fraqueado {v}  :: past participle of fraquear
fraqueando {v}  :: gerund of fraquear
fraquear {v}  :: alternative form of fraquejar
fraquejado {v}  :: past participle of fraquejar
fraquejando {v}  :: gerund of fraquejar
fraquejar {v}  :: to weaken
fraqueza {f} [uncountable]  :: weakness (the condition of being weak)
fraqueza {f}  :: weakness; fault
fraquinho {m} [colloquial]  :: crush, infatuation
fraquinho {adj}  :: diminutive of fraco
frasal {adj} [grammar]  :: phrasal (being a phrase)
frasal {adj} [grammar]  :: of or relating to sentences
frasco {m}  :: bottle (for medicine, perfume)
frasco {m}  :: jar
frase {f} [grammar]  :: sentence (grammatically complete series of words)
frase {f} [music]  :: phrase (a small, somewhat independent series of notes)
fraseado {m}  :: wording; phrasing (choice and style of words)
frasear {v}  :: to phrase (to express by means of words)
frasear {v} [music]  :: to phrase (to perform a passage with the correct phrasing)
fraseologia {f}  :: phraseology (the style in which words and phrases are used in writing or speech)
frase preposicional {f} [grammar]  :: prepositional phrase (phrase that has both a preposition and its complement)
frasquinho {m}  :: diminutive of frasco
fraternal {adj}  :: brotherly (of or characteristic of brothers)
fraternidade {f}  :: brotherhood
fraternidade {f}  :: fraternity
fraterno {adj}  :: brotherly (of or characteristic of brothers)
fratricídio {m}  :: fratricide (killing of one’s sibling)
fratricida {mf}  :: fratricide (person who kills his sibling)
fratura {f}  :: fracture
fratura {f}  :: break, breakage
fratura {f}  :: rift
fraturado {adj}  :: fractured; broken
fratura hidráulica {f} [oil drilling]  :: hydraulic fracturing (technique in which a mixture of water and sand is forced down an oil well)
fraturamento hidráulico {m} [oil drilling]  :: hydraulic fracturing (technique in which a mixture of water and sand is forced down an oil well)
fraturação hidráulica {f} [oil drilling]  :: hydraulic fracturing (technique in which a mixture of water and sand is forced down an oil well)
fraturar {v}  :: to fracture; to break
fraudador {m}  :: fraudster (one who performs fraud)
fraudar {v}  :: to defraud (to obtain money or property by fraud)
fraudar {v}  :: to falsify (to alter so as to make false)
fraude {f}  :: fraud (an act of deception)
fraude {f}  :: hoax (anything deliberately intended to deceive or trick)
fraudulento {adj}  :: fraudulent (dishonest; based on fraud or deception)
fraudulento {adj}  :: fraudulent (false; phony)
fórceps {m}  :: forceps (instrument used in surgery to grasp objects)
frear {vt}  :: to brake, to decelerate, to slow down, to rein in
frecha {f} [obsolete or dialectal]  :: alternative form of flecha
Frederico {prop} {m}  :: given name
Frederico Westphalen {prop}  :: Frederico Westphalen (placename)
freegan {mf}  :: freegan (a person who uses thown-out items as a challenge to consumerism)
freeganismo {m}  :: freeganism (the practice of living as a freegan)
freela {mf} [colloquial]  :: clipping of freelancer
freelancer {mf}  :: freelancer (someone who freelances)
freestyle {m}  :: freestyle (form of rapping)
Freetown {prop} {f}  :: Freetown (capital city)
freezer {m}  :: alternative spelling of frízer
freguesa {f}  :: feminine noun of freguês
freguesia {f} [political subdivision]  :: an administrative parish of Portugal
freguesia {f} [business]  :: the customers of a business, taken collectively
freguez {m}  :: obsolete spelling of freguês
freguês {m}  :: parishioner
freguês {m}  :: customer
frei {m}  :: alternative form of freire
Freia {prop} {f}  :: alternative form of Freyja
freiar {vt}  :: to brake (to operate brakes)
freiar {vi}  :: to brake (to be stopped or slowed)
Freiburg im Breisgau {prop} {f}  :: Freiburg im Breisgau (city)
Frei Gaspar {prop}  :: Frei Gaspar (placename)
Frei Inocêncio {prop}  :: Frei Inocêncio (placename)
Frei Lagonegro {prop}  :: Frei Lagonegro (placename)
freio {m}  :: brake (device used to slow or stop a vehicle)
freio {m} [anatomy]  :: frenulum
freio {m}  :: bit (piece of metal placed in a horse's mouth and connected to reins to direct the animal)
freio ABS {m}  :: antilock brake; ABS brake (brake that compensates for overbraking)
freio de mão {m} [automotive]  :: handbrake (hand-operated brake in a car)
freira {f}  :: nun
freire {m}  :: friar
Frei Rogério {prop}  :: Frei Rogério (placename)
freixo {m}  :: ash (tree)
Freixo de Espada à Cinta {prop}  :: Freixo de Espada à Cinta (village/and/municipality)
freixo-do-maná {m}  :: manna ash (Fraxinus ornis, a southern European species of ash)
frenesi {m}  :: frenzy (state of wild activity or panic)
frenesim {m}  :: alternative spelling of frenesi
freneticidade {f}  :: the quality of being frenetic
frenologia {f} [medicine, biology]  :: phrenology (the discredited science that studies the relationships between a person’s character and the morphology of the skull)
frente {f}  :: front (facing side)
frente {f}  :: front (main entrance side)
frente {f} [military]  :: front (area or line of conflict)
frente a {prep}  :: vis-à-vis (in relation to)
frente de batalha {f} [military]  :: battlefront (place between opposing armies where they engage in combat)
frente de batalha {f} [figurative]  :: battlefront (situations and contexts where two entities are in conflict)
frente ártica {f} [meteorology]  :: arctic front (southern boundary of the Arctic air mass)
frenético {adj}  :: frenetic; frantic (having extreme enthusiasm or energy)
frentista {mf}  :: an attendant at a gas station, who usually is responsible for filling up the vehicle
freqüentado {v}  :: past participle of freqüentar
freqüentando {v}  :: gerund of freqüentar
freqüentar {v}  :: obsolete spelling of frequentar
freqüente {adj}  :: superseded spelling of frequente
freqüentemente {adv}  :: superseded spelling of frequentemente
freqüência {f}  :: Obsolete alternative form of frequência
frequentado {v}  :: past participle of frequentar
frequentador {m}  :: denizen (one who frequents a place)
frequentando {v}  :: gerund of frequentar
frequentar {v}  :: to frequent, attend, visit
frequente {adj}  :: frequent; common
frequentemente {adv}  :: frequently, often
frequência {f}  :: frequency (rate of occurrence of anything)
fresa {f}  :: milling cutter (rotary cutting tool)
fresador {adj}  :: milling (engineering)
fresco {adj}  :: fresh (new or clean)
fresco {adj} [of plant material]  :: fresh (of produce, not from storage)
fresco {adj}  :: cool (having a slightly low temperature)
fresco {adj} [slang]  :: fussy (tending to complain about petty details)
frescura {f}  :: freshness
frescura {f} [slang]  :: overly sentimental, picky or effeminate behaviour
fresquear {vp} [Brazil, slang]  :: to behave in a fussy manner
fressura {f}  :: offal (animal’s organs as food)
fresta {f}  :: chink, crack; a small hole or crack in a wall, curtain or other objects by which one can see what is beyond or outside them
fresta {f}  :: a narrow window
fretar {v}  :: to affreight (to hire for the transportation of freight)
frete {m}  :: freight
frete {m}  :: shipping (charge)
freático {adj} [geology]  :: phreatic
fáretra {f} [poetic]  :: quiver (arrow container)
freudianamente {adv}  :: Relative to the psychoanalysis methods of Sigmund Freud; Freudianly
freudiano {adj}  :: Freudian (relating to or influenced by Sigmund Freud)
freudiano {m}  :: Freudian (a follower of Sigmund Freud)
Freya {prop} {f}  :: alternative form of Freyja
Freyja {prop} {f} [Norse mythology]  :: Freya (goddess of love)
Frígia {prop} {f} [historical]  :: Frígia (ancient kingdom)
frígido {adj}  :: cold; frigid (having a low temperature)
frígido {adj}  :: cold (emotionally distant or unfeeling)
frágil {adj}  :: Prone to physically break easily; fragile; frail
frágil {adj}  :: Not comfortable or confident in oneself; insecure
frágil {adj}  :: Having a tendency to change; not stable; unstable
frágua {f}  :: forge; furnace
féria {f}  :: holiday
fúria {f}  :: rage
Friburgo {prop} {f}  :: Friburgo (canton)
Friburgo {prop} {f}  :: Friburgo (city)
Friburgo {prop} {f}  :: Friburgo (city)
fricçaõ {f}  :: obsolete spelling of fricção
fricativa {f} [phonetics]  :: fricative (consonant produced by constricting the flow of air)
friccionar {vt}  :: to rub; to cause friction
fricção {f}  :: friction (the rubbing of objects)
frieira {f}  :: chilblain (inflammation due do cold)
frieira {f} [disease]  :: athlete's foot (fungal infection between toes)
frieza {f}  :: coldness, coolness
frieza {f}  :: frigidity
frieza {f}  :: indifference, insensitivity
frigideira {f}  :: frying pan
frigir {v}  :: to fry
frigobar {m}  :: minibar
frigorífico {adj}  :: refrigerated
frigorífico {m}  :: refrigerator
frila {mf}  :: freelance, freelancer
frila {m}  :: freelance job
frincha {f}  :: crack (narrow opening)
fringilídeo {m}  :: any bird of the family Fringillidae
frio {adj}  :: cold
frio {m}  :: cold
frio {m}  :: coldness
frioleira {f}  :: frivolity; trifle; futility (something frivolous, unimportant, of little worth)
frioleira {f}  :: stupidity (a stupid act)
frioleira {f} [sewing]  :: a type of lace (light fabric with patterns of holes) used to decorate clothing
friolento {adj}  :: alternative form of friorento
friorento {adj}  :: cold (of the weather)
friorento {adj}  :: shivery; nesh (of a person: susceptible to cold weather)
frisada {f}  :: gadwall (Anas strepera, a dabbling duck of the northern hemisphere)
frisado {v}  :: past participle of frisar
frisando {v}  :: gerund of frisar
frisante {adj}  :: sparkling; effervescent; fizzy (containing dissolved carbon dioxide)
frisante {m}  :: sparkling wine (effervescent wine)
frisar {v}  :: to curl, crimp (the hair etc)
frisar {v}  :: to stress
frisbee {m}  :: Frisbee (a disk thrown for recreation)
friso {m} [architecture]  :: frieze
frisão {m}  :: Friesian (a black breed of horse)
frisão {m} [rare]  :: Frisian (member of the Germanic ethnic group which is native to Frisia)
frisão {m} [rare]  :: Frisian (the Frisian language group)
frisão {adj} [rare]  :: Frisian (of, from or relating to Frisia)
fritadeira {f}  :: deep fryer (vessel for deep frying)
fritar {v}  :: to fry
fritas {fp}  :: french fries
frito {adj} [cooking]  :: fried (cooked by frying)
frito {adj} [slang]  :: screwed (in unavoidable trouble)
Friul {prop} {m}  :: Friul (traditional region)
friulano {m}  :: Friulian (inhabitant or native of Friulia)
friulano {m}  :: Friulian (language spoken in Friulia)
friulano {adj}  :: Friulian
friuliano {m}  :: alternative form of friulano
friuliano {adj}  :: alternative form of friulano
Friul-Venécia Juliana {prop} {m} [rare]  :: Friul-Venécia Juliana (region)
friável {adj}  :: friable
frivolidade {f}  :: frivolity (frivolous act)
fôrma {f}  :: superseded spelling of forma
fármaco {m}  :: pharmaceutical
fórmico {adj} [zoology]  :: formic (relating to ants)
fórmico {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: formic (relating to formic acid)
férmio {m}  :: fermium (chemical element)
férmion {m} [Brazil]  :: alternative form of fermião
frêmito {m}  :: shudder, shiver, thrill
fórmula {f}  :: formula (in all senses)
fórmula {f} [mathematics]  :: formula
Fórmula 1 {prop} {f}  :: alternative spelling of Fórmula Um
fórmula de Euler {f} [complex analysis]  :: Euler’s formula
fórmula química {f}  :: molecular formula
Fórmula Um {prop} {f}  :: Formula One (discipline in motor racing)
frâncico {adj}  :: Frankish (referring to the Franks)
frâncico {m}  :: Frankish (the Germanic language of the Franks)
frâncio {m}  :: francium
frângão {m} [obsolete]  :: a young chicken
frângão {m} [obsolete]  :: chicken meat
frénulo {m} [European orthography, anatomy]  :: frenulum (fold of tissue that holds an organ)
frênulo {m} [Brazilian orthography]  :: alternative form of frénulo
Froila {prop} {m}  :: historical given name
froixo {adj}  :: alternative form of frouxo
frol {m} [dialectal]  :: alternative form of flor
frol {m}  :: water foam
fronde {f} [botany]  :: frond
frondoso {adj}  :: leafy (covered with leaves)
fronha {f}  :: pillow case (sheet for covering a pillow)
frontal {adj}  :: frontal
frontal {m}  :: frontal bone
frontaria {f}  :: front, frontage, facade
fronteira {f}  :: border (a line or frontier area separating regions)
fronteira {f}  :: the region near a border
fronteira {f} [figuratively]  :: separation
fronteira {f} [figuratively]  :: limit; boundary
Fronteira {prop} {f}  :: Fronteira (village/and/municipality)
Fronteira {prop} {f}  :: Fronteira (placename)
Fronteira dos Vales {prop}  :: Fronteira dos Vales (placename)
fronteiriço {adj}  :: located or living near a border
fronteiro {adj}  :: front
fronteiro {adj}  :: opposite
fronteyra {f}  :: obsolete spelling of fronteira
fronteyra {adj}  :: obsolete spelling of fronteira
frontispício {m} [publishing]  :: frontispiece (an illustration on the page before the title page of a book)
frontispício {m} [architecture]  :: façade (front of a building)
frontão {m}  :: gable, pediment (The triangular area of external wall adjacent to two meeting sloped roofs.)
frota {f}  :: fleet
frouxamente {adv}  :: flexibly
frouxamente {adv}  :: softly
frouxamente {adv}  :: loosely
frouxo {adj}  :: flexible
frouxo {adj}  :: soft
frouxo {adj}  :: loose
frouxo {adj}  :: lax
férreo {adj}  :: Made of or containing the properties of iron
férreo {adj}  :: Persistent, being determined; tenacious
férrico {adj}  :: ferric
fôrro {adj}  :: obsolete spelling of forro
fôrro {m}  :: obsolete spelling of forro
frésia {f}  :: freesia (South African flower)
Frísia {prop} {f}  :: Frísia (historical region)
Frísia {prop} {f}  :: Frísia (province)
frísio {m}  :: Frisian (person from Frisia)
frísio {m} [uncountable]  :: Frisian (any language of the Frisian language group)
frísio {m} [uncountable, specifically]  :: West Frisian (language spoken in Friesland)
fértil {adj}  :: fertile (capable of growing abundant crops)
fértil {adj}  :: fertile (capable of reproducing)
fructo {m}  :: obsolete spelling of fruto
frugal {adj}  :: frugal, economical
frugalidade {f}  :: frugality; thrift (avoiding unnecessary expenditure)
frugívoro {adj} [ecology]  :: frugivorous (having a diet that consists mostly of fruit)
frugívoro {m} [ecology]  :: frugivore (animal that eats mostly fruit)
fruindo {v}  :: gerund of fruir
fruição {f}  :: fruition
fruir {v}  :: to enjoy
fruita {f} [obsolete or dialectal]  :: alternative form of fruta
fruiteira {f}  :: alternative form of fruteira
fórum {m}  :: A justice court
fórum {m}  :: The building where such court is located
fórum {m}  :: An Internet forum; occasionally appended with the clarification "fórum de discussão" (discussion forum)
frustração {f}  :: frustration (act of frustrating)
frustração {f}  :: frustration (thing that frustrates)
frustração {f}  :: frustration (feeling of annoyance when one’s actions are criticised or hindered)
frustrar {v}  :: to frustrate
frustrar {v}  :: to thwart
fruta {f}  :: An edible fruit or nut
Fruta de Leite {prop}  :: Fruta de Leite (placename)
frutado {adj}  :: fruity (in aroma, taste)
fruta-do-conde {f}  :: custard apple; sugar apple; sweetsop (Annona squamosa, a West Indian tree and its fruit)
Frutal {prop}  :: Frutal (placename)
fruta-pão {f}  :: breadfruit (tree)
fruteira {f}  :: fruit tree
fruteira {f}  :: fruit bowl
fruteira {f} [Rio Grande do Sul]  :: a store that sells fruits and sometimes other essential food products
fruteira {f}  :: feminine noun of fruteiro
frutífero {adj}  :: fruitful
fruto {m} [poetic, antiquated]  :: fruit (biology term)
fruto {m} [figuratively]  :: fruit; result; reward
fruto {m}  :: offspring (daughters and sons)
fruto-do-conde {m}  :: alternative form of fruta-do-conde
fruto do mar {m} [usually plural]  :: seafood (fish, shellfish, etc.; any edible aquatic life)
fruto proibido {m} [biblical]  :: forbidden fruit (the fruit forbidden to Adam)
fruto proibido {m} [figurative]  :: forbidden fruit (an illicit pleasure)
frutose {f} [carbohydrate]  :: fructose
frutuoso {adj}  :: fruitful (yielding benefits)
férvido {adj}  :: fervent (very hot)
férvido {adj}  :: fervent (having particular enthusiasm, zeal, conviction, persistence or belief)
férvido {adj}  :: fervent (having emotional warmth, fervour or passion)
frívolo {adj}  :: frivolous (of little importance)
frívolo {adj}  :: futile
frívolo {adj}  :: inconstant
frívolo {adj}  :: silly
frízer {m}  :: freezer (section of a refrigerator)
fáscia plantar {f}  :: plantar fascia (the thick connective tissue which supports the arch of the foot)
fósforo {m}  :: match (device to make fire)
fósforo {m}  :: phosphorus
física {f} [uncountable]  :: physics (branch of science)
física {f}  :: feminine noun of físico
física de partículas {f}  :: particle physics (branch of physics that studies the elementary constituents of matter)
física nuclear {f}  :: nuclear physics (branch of physics that studies the nucleus of the atom)
físico {adj}  :: physical (having to do with the body)
físico {adj}  :: physical (existing as an actual object or objects)
físico {adj}  :: physical (having to do with physics)
físico {m}  :: physicist (scientist who studies of physics)
físico {m}  :: build; physique
fóssil {m} [paleontology]  :: fossil
físsil {adj}  :: fissile
ftalato {m} [organic chemistry]  :: phthalate
fútbol {m}  :: obsolete spelling of futebol
fítico {adj}  :: phytic
fático {adj} [linguistics]  :: phatic (which serves perform a social task, as opposed to conveying information)
fétido {adj}  :: fetid (foul-smelling)
fútil {adj}  :: futile, useless
fútil {adj}  :: unimportant, frivolous
Fátima {prop} {f} [Islam]  :: Fatima, the daughter of Muhammad
Fátima {prop} {f}  :: given name used by Muslims and Roman Catholics
Fátima {prop} {f}  :: A town and place of Roman Catholic pilgrimage in Portugal, named from the Arabic given name
Fátima {prop} {f}  :: Fátima (placename)
ftálico {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: phthalic
fóton {m} [Brazil, physics]  :: alternative form of fotão
fátuo {adj}  :: dull; foolish
fuê {m} [cooking]  :: whisk
fuçar {v} [of an animal]  :: to smell with its snout
fuçar {v}  :: to pry; to explore or look curiously at something
fuçar {v}  :: to rummage (to hastily and messily search for something)
fubá {m}  :: a flour made with milled corn or rice pertaining to the Brazilian cuisine, often combined with corn meal
fufa {f} [slang, pejorative]  :: dyke; lesbian
fuga {f}  :: escape, flight (act of fleeing)
fuga {f}  :: leak (of water, gas, information etc.)
fuga {f}  :: evasion (of responsibility, tax etc.)
fuga {f} [music]  :: fugue (piece of music wherein a particular melody is played in a number of voices)
fuga de cérebros {f}  :: brain drain (emigration of educated people)
fuga de informação {f}  :: leak (disclosure of confidential information)
fugaz {adj}  :: fleeting
fugidio {adj}  :: likely or tending to run away
fugidiço {adj}  :: likely or tending to run away
fugir {v} [de]  :: to run away; to flee (to move away from something unpleasant quickly or suddenly)
fugir {vt} [_, with an indirect objective pronoun]  :: to be forgotten
fugitivo {adj}  :: fugitive (fleeing or running away, especially from the police)
fugitivo {m}  :: fugitive (a person who is fleeing or escaping from something, especially from the police)
fugu {m}  :: fugu (blowfish, as a Japanese delicacy)
fuhrer {m}  :: alternative spelling of führer
Fuhrer {m}  :: alternative spelling of führer
fui {interj} [slang]  :: a farewell
fuinha {f}  :: beech marten
fuinha {f}  :: weasel
fuinha {f}  :: miser
fuinha {f}  :: skinny person
fuinha {f}  :: gossip
fujão {f}  :: someone who tends to flee
fujão {adj}  :: who tends to flee
fujão {v}  :: obsolete form of fujam
Fukushima {prop} {f}  :: Fukushima (city/and/prefecture)
fulá {mf} [rare]  :: one of the Fula (west African people)
fulá {adj} [rare]  :: of or relating to the the Fula people
fulô {f}  :: pronunciation spelling of flor
fula {m}  :: Fula (a language spoken in West Africa)
fula {mf}  :: one of the Fula (West-African people)
fulano {m}  :: alternative case form of Fulano
Fulano {prop} {m}  :: what's-his-name; so-and-so
fulcral {adj}  :: key, central (of crucial importance)
fulcro {m}  :: fulcrum (the pivot about which a lever turns)
fulereno {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: fullerene
fuligem {f}  :: soot (fine black or dull brown particles)
fuliginoso {adj}  :: fuliginous (pertaining to or resembling soot)
full house {m} [poker]  :: full house (three of a kind and a pair)
fulmar {m}  :: fulmar (seabird in the genus Fulmarus)
fulvo {adj}  :: tawny; fulvous (light brown to brownish orange in colour)
fulvo {m}  :: tawny (light brown to brownish orange)
fumaça {f}  :: smoke (particles and vapor/vapour given off by burning material)
fumador {m}  :: smoker (person who smokes tobacco habitually)
fumal {m}  :: tobacco plantation
fumante {mf}  :: smoker (person who smokes tobacco habitually)
fumar {vi}  :: to smoke, to deliberately inhale smoke
fumar {vt}  :: to smoke, to deliberately inhale smoke
fumarento {adj}  :: smoky
fumarola {f}  :: fumarole (opening in the ground that emits gases)
fumegado {v}  :: past participle of fumegar
fumegando {v}  :: gerund of fumegar
fumegar {v}  :: to smoke, steam, reek
fumo {m}  :: smoke
fumo {m}  :: fume
fumo {m}  :: tobacco
fumo {v}  :: eye dialect of fomos
fumo passivo {m}  :: second-hand smoke (smoke from cigarettes, that any person including non-smokers could breathe in)
funçaõ {f}  :: obsolete spelling of função
Funafuti {prop} {f}  :: Funafuti (capital city)
funcçaõ {f}  :: obsolete spelling of função
funccionalidade {f}  :: obsolete spelling of funcionalidade
funccionalmente {adv}  :: obsolete spelling of funcionalmente
funccionamento {m}  :: obsolete spelling of funcionamento
funccionar {v}  :: obsolete spelling of funcionar
funchal {m}  :: a field abounding in fennels
Funchal {prop} {m}  :: Funchal (city/and/municipality)
funcho {m}  :: fennel (Foeniculum vulgare, a plant)
funcho {m}  :: fennel (bulb, leaves, or stalks eaten as a vegetable)
funcho {m}  :: fennel (spice used in cooking)
funcional {adj}  :: functional (in good working order)
funcional {adj}  :: functional (fulfilling a function)
funcionalidade {f} [uncountable]  :: functionality (the ability to perform a task or function)
funcionalidade {f} [computing]  :: feature
funcionamento {m}  :: functioning (manner by which something works)
funcionar {v}  :: to work; to function
funcionário {m}  :: official
funcionário {m}  :: functionary
funcionário-fantasma {m}  :: ghost employee (a registered employee receiving taxpayers' money without actually working)
funcionário público {m}  :: public officer (one who holds a public office)
funcção {f}  :: obsolete spelling of função
functor {m} [category theory]  :: functor (a mapping between categories)
funda {f}  :: sling (cloth weapon)
funda {f}  :: catapult, slingshot (elastic weapon)
funda {f}  :: sling (hanging bandage)
fundaõ {v}  :: obsolete spelling of fundam
fundacionalismo {m} [epistemology]  :: foundationalism (the doctrine that beliefs derive justification from certain basic beliefs)
fundacionalista {mf}  :: alternative form of fundacionista
fundacionismo {m}  :: alternative form of fundacionalismo
fundacionista {mf} [philosophy]  :: foundationalist (a supporter of foundationalism)
fundado {adj}  :: founded (having a basis)
fundado {v}  :: past participle of fundar
fundador {m}  :: founder (one who founds, establishes)
fundamental {adj}  :: fundamental; essential (pertaining to the basic part or notion of something)
fundamentalismo {m} [religion]  :: fundamentalism
fundamentalista {mf}  :: fundamentalist (one who reduces religion to strict interpretation of core or original texts)
fundamentalmente {adv}  :: fundamentally
fundamento {m}  :: foundation (that upon which anything is founded)
fundamento {m}  :: the act of founding, establishing
fundando {v}  :: gerund of fundar
fundação {f}  :: foundation (endowed institution or charity)
fundar {v}  :: to found, establish
fundíbulo {m} [weapon]  :: sling (weapon used for throwing rocks)
fundeadouro {m} [nautical]  :: anchorage (place for anchoring)
fundente {m} [metallurgy]  :: flux (a chemical agent for cleaning metal prior to soldering or welding)
fundido {v}  :: past participle of fundir
fundidor {adj}  :: smelting
fundidor {m}  :: smelter
fundilho {m}  :: seat (part of trousers covering the buttocks)
fundilhos {mp}  :: seat (part of trousers covering the buttocks)
fundindo {v}  :: gerund of fundir
fundição {f}  :: foundry
fundição {f}  :: font (set of typefaces)
fundir {v}  :: to smelt
fundo {adj}  :: deep (having its bottom far down)
fundo {m}  :: bottom
fundão {m}  :: augmentative of fundo
fundão {m} [Brazil]  :: the part of a classroom farthest from the teacher, associated with unruly students
fundão {v}  :: obsolete form of fundam
Fundão {prop} {m}  :: Fundão (city/and/municipality)
fundo do poço {m}  :: See: fundo do poço
fundo do poço {m} [idiomatic]  :: rock bottom (the very lowest possible level)
Fundo Monetário Internacional {prop} {m}  :: International Monetary Fund
fundura {f}  :: depth (vertical distance below a surface)
fundível {adj}  :: fusible
Funen {prop} {f}  :: Funen (island)
funeral {m}  :: funeral (ceremony to honour and bury a deceased person)
funeral {adj}  :: funeral (relating to or similar in style or atmosphere to a funeral)
funerário {adj}  :: funerary (relating to a funeral)
funfar {v} [slang]  :: clipping of funcionar
fungar {vi}  :: to snivel (to breathe heavily)
fungar {vi}  :: to sigh (to express frustration by exhaling audibly)
fungar {vt} [colloquial]  :: to smell; to sniff (to detect a scent)
fungar {vi}  :: to whimper (to cry or sob softly and intermittently)
fungar no cangote {v}  :: See: fungar no cangote
fungar no cangote {v} [idiomatic]  :: to breathe down someone's neck (to follow or supervise too closely)
fungicida {adj}  :: fungicidal (having the ability to destroy or control fungus)
fungicida {m}  :: fungicide
fungo {m}  :: fungus
fungível {adj}  :: fungible
funicular {adj}  :: funicular (powered by a rope or cable)
funicular {m}  :: funicular (rail transit system which ascends an incline)
funil {m}  :: funnel (utensil used to guide poured liquids)
funileiro {m}  :: tinsmith (person who makes or repairs things with tin or other cheap metals)
Funilândia {prop}  :: Funilândia (placename)
funk {m} [Brazil, music]  :: funk (a genre of popular music derived from soul music)
funk {m} [Brazil, music]  :: funk carioca (Brazilian music genre derived from Miami bass)
funk {m} [Brazil, music]  :: a particular song or composition of funk carioca
funk carioca {m} [music, Brazil]  :: a popular Brazilian street music genre similar to rap, inspired by Miami bass and originating in Rio de Janeiro favelas in the 1980s
funkeiro {m} [Brazil]  :: a person who likes, or who plays funk carioca music
funk ostentação {m} [music, Brazil]  :: a São Paulo-originating variation of the funk carioca which, conversely to the original genre whose themes typically surround the everyday life in favelas, focus on the prosperous life of the artists after they became famous and rich, somewhat similarly to some artists of rap music
funâmbulo {m}  :: tightrope walker (acrobat who practices tightrope walking)
função {f}  :: function
função algébrica {f} [algebra]  :: algebraic function (function that only uses the operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and raising to a rational power)
função analítica {f} [analysis]  :: analytic function (real valued function which is uniquely defined through its derivatives at one point)
função caixa-negra {f} [optimization]  :: black-box function
função de Ackermann {f} [comptheory]  :: Ackermann function (a total computable function that is not primitive recursive)
função de onda {f} [physics]  :: wavefunction (function that describes the propagation of the quantum mechanical wave associated with a particle)
função derivada {f} [calculus]  :: derived function
função inversa {f} [mathematics]  :: inverse function (function that does the opposite of another)
função trigonométrica {f} [trigonometry]  :: trigonometric function (a function of an angle)
funéreo {adj}  :: funeral (relating to or similar in style or atmosphere to a funeral)
funtor {m}  :: alternative form of functor
funtorial {adj} [category theory]  :: functorial (pertaining to functors)
fuque-fuque {m} [vulgar, slang]  :: fucky-fucky (sexual intercourse)
furô {v}  :: eye dialect of furou
furô {m}  :: alternative form of ofurô
fura-bolos {m} [humorous]  :: the index finger; literally: cake-piercer
furacão {m} [meteorology]  :: hurricane
furadeira {f}  :: drill (tool)
furado {adj}  :: pierced, perforated
furado {adj} [colloquial]  :: containing mistakes, errors
furado {v}  :: past participle of furar
furador {m}  :: someone who or something which pierces
furador {m}  :: awl (a pointed instrument used for piercing small holes)
furador {adj}  :: who or which perces
Fura-Fila {prop} {m} [historical]  :: A bus rapid transit (BRT) in the city of São Paulo, Brazil, proposed in 1995 and later canceled mid-construction. It was then converted into the Paulistão, which was ultimately canceled mid-construction too and converted into the Expresso Tiradentes
fura-greve {mf}  :: strikebreaker (worker hired to replace a striking worker)
furando {v}  :: gerund of furar
furano {m} [organic chemistry]  :: furan (any of a class of aromatic heterocyclic compounds)
furar {v}  :: to pierce, puncture, make a hole in
furar {v}  :: to break in line, break a strike
furar {v}  :: to fall into a hole
furar a fila {v}  :: to jump the queue (move into a queue ahead of others)
furgão {m}  :: van (a covered vehicle used for carrying goods)
furgoneta {f}  :: a small van
furibundo {adj}  :: furious, wroth
furico {m}  :: anus
furicozinho {m}  :: diminutive of furico
furiosamente {adv}  :: furiously
furiosamente {adv}  :: intensely
furioso {adj}  :: furious; enraged
furioso {adj}  :: furious (moving or occurring with violence)
furiquinho {m}  :: diminutive of furico
furna {f}  :: cave, cavern
furna {f}  :: crater
furúnculo {m}  :: boil (accumulation of pus)
furão {m}  :: ferret
furão {m}  :: meddler
furão {v}  :: obsolete spelling of furam
furo jornalístico {m}  :: scoop (news learned and reported before anyone else)
furor {m}  :: furor (general uproar or commotion)
furor {m}  :: furor; frenzy (state of intense excitement)
furor {m}  :: fury (extreme anger)
furtar {v}  :: to steal (to illegally take possession of)
furtivamente {adv}  :: stealthily (in a stealthy manner)
furtividade {f}  :: furtiveness; stealth (the characteristic of acting in secrecy)
furtivo {adj}  :: furtive; stealthy
furtivo {adj}  :: furtive (exhibiting guilty or evasive secrecy)
furto {m}  :: theft (act of stealing property)
fusa {f} [music]  :: demisemiquaver (thirty-second note)
fusca {m}  :: Beetle (a line of Volkswagen cars)
fusco {adj}  :: dark-coloured
fuselagem {f}  :: fuselage
fuselo {m}  :: bar-tailed godwit
fusiforme {adj} [chiefly botany, zoology]  :: fusiform (spindle-shaped)
fusionar {v}  :: to fuse
fuso {m} [spinning]  :: spindle (rod used for spinning and winding thread)
fusão {f} [physics]  :: fusion
fusão {f}  :: merger
fusão {f}  :: liquefaction
fusão a frio {f}  :: cold fusion (hypothetical form of nuclear fusion)
fuso horário {m}  :: time zone
fusão nuclear {f} [physics]  :: nuclear fusion (the combining of the nuclei of small atoms to form the nuclei of larger ones)
fustigado {adj}  :: mistreated (treated badly)
fusível {adj}  :: fusible
fusível {m}  :: fuse (electrical)
futebol {m}  :: football, soccer
futebol americano {m} [sports]  :: American football
futebol canadense {m}  :: Canadian football (a form of gridiron football played in Canada)
futebol canadense {m}  :: See: futebol canadense
futebol de mesa {m}  :: foosball (table soccer)
futebol de salão {m}  :: futsal (form of soccer)
futebolismo {m}  :: footballism
futebolista {mf}  :: footballer (a person who plays football)
futebol total {m} [association football]  :: total football (tactic in which the outfield players assume different roles during a game)
futiba {m} [Brazil, slang]  :: soccer
futibol {m}  :: dated spelling of futebol, now used as eye dialect
futilidade {f}  :: futility (quality of being futile)
futsal {m}  :: futsal (form of soccer)
futurismo {m}  :: futurism (art movement)
futurista {adj}  :: futuristic (advanced far beyond what is modern)
futurista {mf}  :: futurist (one who studies and predicts possible futures)
futuro {m}  :: future (the time ahead)
futuro {m} [grammar]  :: future tense
futuro {adj}  :: future
futuro do pretérito {m} [grammar, chiefly Brazil]  :: a Portuguese verb form used to express the conditional tense, futurity from a past perspective or to make polite requests
futurologia {f}  :: futurology (forecasting of future trends in science, technology or society)
futurístico {adj}  :: futuristic (advanced far beyond what is modern)
FUVEST {prop} {f}  :: The institution responsible for the vestibular (admittance) tests for the University of São Paulo
fuxicar {v} [Brazil, colloquial]  :: to move or revolve
fuxicar {v} [Brazil, colloquial]  :: to do something in a hurry, clumsily or without care
fuxicar {vt} [Brazil, colloquial]  :: to palp (to slightly and repeatedly touch)
fuxicar {vi} [Brazil, colloquial]  :: to gossip, to rumor (to talk about others' private affairs)
fuxiqueiro {m} [colloquial, Brazil]  :: gossiper (person who gossips)
fuy {v}  :: obsolete spelling of fui
fuzil {m}  :: rifle
fuzilado {v}  :: past participle of fuzilar
fuzilando {v}  :: gerund of fuzilar
fuzilar {v}  :: to shoot (with a gun)
fuzil de assalto {m}  :: assault rifle (a rifle)
fuzileiro {m}  :: rifleman, fusilier
fuzileiro naval {m}  :: marine (member of a marine corps)
fuzuê {m}  :: fuss (excessive complaining or noise)
fêvera {f}  :: fibre
Fyn {prop} {f}  :: Fyn (island)
fêz {m}  :: fez