hackerpirata (computador) = a person who secretly gets access to a computer system in order to get information, cause damage, etc.
hail (to) / hail (interj) / hail (n)1) saudar, aclamar = to greet, to salute / 2) chamar = to call in order to stop, as a cab or bus // salve! (obs.: this word is used as a greeting, or to express praise); "Hail! = Salve!" // 1) saudação / 2) granizo, saraiva
halesão, saudável = free from defect, disease, or infirmity , soun / hale and hearty = saudável e feliz; "a hale and hearty old man"
hallmark1) selo de qualidade, chancela = a mark or device placed or stamped on an article of trade to indicate origin, purity, or genuineness / 2) característica própria, marca exclusiva = a quality, ability, etc., that is typical of a particular person or thing; "the murder bore all the hallmarks of a serial killer's work"
hallwaycorredor = a corridor, as in a building.
hamletaldeia, lugarejo
hammockrede (de deitar) = a bed of canvas or cord that hangs between two supports
hamper (to)dificultar, impedir, prejudicar = to block; to bar; to hinder, to impede, to prevent, to set back
handcuffsalgemas
handlebarguidom (bicicleta, moto)
handout1) doação (money, food), donativo, contribuição // 2) folheto, documento (distribuído aos participantes de curso, palestra, conferência, etc) = a document that is given to people; meeting handout
handrailcorrimão = banister
hangercabide = a device that fits inside or around a garment for hanging from a hook or rod; coat rack = cabideiro
harass (to) / harassmentassediar, importunar = to annoy persistently / assédio, hostilização; sexual harassment = assédio sexual
harelebre
harness / harness (to)arreio (animal) // 1) arrear, colocar arreios / 2) utilizar, aproveitar = to use (something) for a particular purpose
hash / hash (to)1) picadinho, guisado / hash house = pé-sujo = cheap restaurant; "I ate dinner in a hash house near the station" // 2) simbolo de "número" = the character (#) used to precede a number // picar, cortar carne = to chop into small pieces
hassle / hassle (to)problema, transtorno, chateação = irritating inconvenience; "getting through airport security is always a hassle"; "flight delays and other hassles of holiday travel" // chatear, incomodar
haste / hasten (to) / hastypressa, precipitação = hurry, rush // apressar = to make haste; to hurry up, to rush // apressado = moving, acting, or done with haste; quick, speedy, hurried; "hasty visit"; "hasty decision"
haul (to) / haulpuxar, arrastar, transportar = to pull or drag (something) with effort ; "a freight train is hauled by one or more locomotives" // trajeto, percurso; over the long haul = no longo prazo, ao longo do tempo
haunt (to) / haunted1) assombrar (fantasma) / 2) perseguir (problem, memory); "he was haunted by the fear of insanity" // mal-assombrado; "haunted house"; "the old hotel was scary and probably haunted"
havocestrago, destruição = ravages, ruin
hawk / hawk (to) / hawkerfalcão, gavião // vender mercadorias na rua // vendedor ambulante; mascate = a person who offers goods for sale by shouting his or her wares in the street or going from door to door; peddler
haze / hazynévoa, neblina, nevoeiro, bruma, cerração = fog, mist; "the mountain was barely visible through the haze" // nebuloso, nublado
headhunterespecialista em contratar pessoas
headlightfarol (carro)
headphone; headsetfone de ouvido
hearsayboato, rumor = rumor "I don't believe it, it's merely hearsay"
hearth1) lareira = the floor in front of or inside a fireplace; "they swept the ashes from the hearth" / 2) lar (fig.) = home
heathen1) pagão = pagan / 2) bárbaro, selvagem
heave (to)levantar, erguer = to raise or lift with effort
heckdroga!, puxa! = a mild exclamation of surprise, irritation, etc; used as a more polite form of hell; "what's the heck! = o que quer dizer isso?"; "what the heck is wrong with you? = qual é o seu problema?"
hecticagitado, febril (muita ação, muito movimento) = very busy and filled with activity; "we both had hectic days at work"; "she maintains a hectic schedule"
hefty1) grande, forte, robusto, pesado = heavy, strong ; "he was a tall, hefty man"; "her boss gave her a hefty raise" / 2) poderoso
helmleme, timão = a wheel by which a ship is steered
hembainha
hemp1) maconha / 2) cânhamo = plant widely grown for its fiber and for the drugs that can be made from it.
herb [hârb]erva
hermit / hermitageeremita / eremitério, monastério
herongarça
heydayépoca áurea
hiccup / hiccup (to)soluço (espasmo do diafragma) // soluçar (obs.: to sob = soluçar - choro)
hike (to) / hike (n) / hikercaminhar, fazer trilha / caminhada / caminhante; "the hikers rested next to the stream"
hind [haind]1) traseiro = situated in the rear or at the back; "the hind legs of an animal" // 2) corça = the female of the deer
hinder (to) / hindranceimpedir, obstruir, pôr obstáculos, atrapalhar, estorvar, dificultar,prejudicar = to block, to bar, to hamper, to impede, to prevent, to set back // obstáculo, embaraço, estorvo = obstacle, difficulty, barrier, hurdle
hiss (to) / hiss (n)1) assobiar, sibilar = to whistle / 2) vaiar = to boo, to hoot // 1) assobio, sibilo / 2) vaia = boo, hoot //
hitchhike (to) // hitchhike (n)pedir carona, pegar carona, viajar de carona = to travel by obtaining free lifts in motor vehicles // carona = to travel by securing free rides from passing vehicles
hivecolméia
hoarse / hoarsenessrouco / rouquidão
hoax / hoax (to)trote, brincadeira = an act intended to trick; "the bomb threat was just a hoax" / dar trote
hoeenxada
hogporco = a pig or a swine, especially. one grown for eating
hoist (to)içar = to raise, to lift
hollyazevinho
hoof / hoof (to)pata, casco de animal (boi, cavalo, etc) // andar a pé = to walk, to go on foot; "our car ran out of gas so we had to hoof it to the gas station
hookerprostituta, puta = whore, slut, call-girl
hooligandesordeiro, delinqüente
hop (to) / hop (n)pular, saltar = to leap, to jump / to hop on = entrar ônibus, etc; to hop off = sair ônibus, etc / hop-on hop-off bus // 1) pulo, salto / 2) lúpulo (Humulus lupulus)
hosemangueira
hostelalbergue, abrigo, pensão
houndcão de caça, sabujo = a breed of dog used in hunting
hover (to)pairar no ar, flutuar no ar = to hang fluttering or suspended in the air; "the helicopter hovered above the stadium"; "a kite hovering over the yard"'
howdyei, oi, olá = hello
howl (to) / howl (n) [haul]uivar, ganir / uivo, ganido
hubcapcalota (roda)
huematiz, tom, nuance de cor = gradation of color; tint; "pale hues"
huddle / huddle (to)multidão = a closely gathered group; crowd / agrupar-se, reunir-se = to meet together and discuss
hum / hum (to)zumbido / zumbir
humming-birdbeija-flor
hump / humpback1) corcova, corcunda (protuberância nas costas) = curved spine / 2) montículo / road hump = quebra-molas = speed bump // pessoa corcunda = hunchback
hunch / hunchback / hunchedcorcunda; "the old man had a big hunch" / pessoa corcunda = humpback; "The Hunchback of Notre-Dame" // curvado, arqueado; "he was hunched at his desk all day"
hurdlebarreira, obstáculo = barrier; obstacle; hindrance; "to overcome hurdles"
hurl (to)arremessar, lançar = to throw, to cast, to launch, to fling
hurricanefuracão = a violent tropical storm; tornado
hush / hush (to)1) silêncio, quietude = silence; stillness / 2) Hush! = Silêncio! Psiu! (interj) // 1) calar a boca; fazer silêncio = to cause to become silent or quiet; "the teacher said: hush everyone, I'm trying to explain" // 2) acalmar, aquietar = to make calm
hustle / hustle (to)agitação, atividade febril / hustle and bustle = grande movimento; confusão e agitação; azáfama; "the hustle and bustle of the big city" // empurrar; apressar = to shove; to hurry
hymn hino de igreja = a song of praise to God