treze

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Portuguese[edit]

Portuguese numbers (edit)
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    Cardinal: treze
    Ordinal: décimo terceiro
    Ordinal abbreviation: 13.º
    Fractional: treze avos
Portuguese Wikipedia article on 13

Etymology[edit]

Inherited from Old Galician-Portuguese treze, from Latin trēdecim.

Pronunciation[edit]

 

  • Hyphenation: tre‧ze

Numeral[edit]

treze m or f

  1. thirteen

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Noun[edit]

treze m (plural trezes)

  1. thirteen

Adjective[edit]

treze m or f by sense (uncountable)

  1. (Brazil, slang, of a person, showing audacity/recklessness) crazy, insane, mad
    Synonyms: louco, maluco, doido, sem-noção, miolo-mole, desmiolado, do chifre furado, joselito, sem-juízo, desajuizado, insano, imprudente
  2. (Brazil, slang, of a person, lacking civility/courtesy) rash, coarse, unmannered
    Synonyms: ignorante, estúpido, tosco, grosso, grosseiro, indelicado, difícil, rude, bugre, áspero, deselegante
  3. (Brazil, slang, of a person, lacking deference/tactfulness) unreasonable, inconsiderate, insensitive
    Synonyms: insensato, insensível, irracional
  4. (Brazil, slang, of a person, lacking judgment/discernment) stupid, fool, idiot
    Synonyms: trouxa, idiota, besta, bobo, tonto, mongo, mongol, mongoloide, panaca, débil, debiloide, ruim das ideias, limitado
    Compare (more derogatory than descriptive): burro, imbecil, otário, babaca, mané
  5. (Brazil, slang, of a person, with mental disorder) retarded, mentally ill, neurodiverse
    Synonyms: retardado, demente, tantã, lelé, lelé da cuca, doido varrido, doido de pedra, ruim da cabeça, débil mental, especial, neurodivergente, neuroatípico

Usage notes[edit]

The adjectival occurrence is often preceded by an adverbial "meio", in the sense of "kind of".

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