eatablecomestível = fit or suitable for eating; edible
eavesbeiral do telhado
elkalce (Europa, Ásia) (obs.: moose = alce da Am. do Norte)
eavesdrop (to) / eavesdropespreitar; escutar às escondidas / to eavesdrop on somebody = escutar alguém às escondidas // água da chuva que cai do telhado
edificeedificio = large building
efficaciouseficaz = effective
egregiousflagrante, notavelmente ruim = very bad and easily noticed; "egregious errors"
eke (to) outobter com esforço
elationjúbilo, euforia
elude (to)escapar de, esquivar-se, evitar
elusiveesquivo; evasivo; elusive answer = resposta evasiva
embellish (to) / embellishmentembelezar, adornar; "a dress embellished with pearls" // enfeite, embelezamento
embezzle (to) / embezzlementdesviar (dinheiro), fraudar, desfalcar / desvio (de dinheiro), fraude, desfalque
emblazon (to)exaltar, enaltecer
embolden (to)encorajar, animar, incentivar
emboss (to)gravar em relevo; incrustar, embutir
emporiumempório = usually large retail store selling a great variety of articles
enchant (to) / enchantmentencantar, cativar, seduzir = to charm, to captivate, to bewitch / encantamento; "the witch's enchantment cannot be broken until the princess is sixteen years old"
encroach (to) / encroachmentinfringir, violar / infração, violação de direitos, transgressão
endow (to) / endowmentdotar, subvencionar, manter através de doações / dote, doação, dotação
engross (to)absorver (atenção); prender (atenção) = absorb all the attention or interest of.
ensconce (to)abrigar, esconder, ocultar = to shelter, to conceal, to hide
enshrine (to)1) conservar, guardar = to place or enclose in or as if in a shrine / 2) santificar, venerar
ensnare (to)enganar, ludibriar = to catch or trap in a snare
enthrall (to)encantar,fascinar, cativar = to charm, to fascinate, to captivate; "the circus acrobats enthralled the audience"
entomb (to) / entombmentsepultar, enterrar = to bury // sepultamento, enterro = burial
entrapmentcilada, armadilha = trap, snare, pitfall
entreat (to)pedir, rogar, solicitar, suplicar; "his friends entreated him not to go"
envision (to)1) prever, antever / 2) vislumbrar, contemplar = to glimpse
eruditeerudito, culto = learned
eschew (to)evitar, abster-se
espouse (to)adotar, abraçar (causa, ideia, etc) (obs.: spouse = cônjuge)
estranged / estrangementseparado (casal) = separated and living apart from one's spouse; "his stranged wife = sua ex-esposa" // separação, afastamento
etch (to)gravar, entalhar; "the jeweller etched the couple's initials on the rings"
evanescentevanescente, que desaparece = vanishing, fading away
evict (to) / evictionexpulsar da casa, despejar (morador) = to put (a tenant) out by legal process / despejo
exacerbate (to)exacerbar, agravar
exact (to)exigir = to require, to force or compel (payment)
excruciatingexcruciante, lancinante, torturante
exert (to)exercer (force, pressure, power, authority)
exhale (to)exalar, expelir, soltar o ar; "she sat back and exhaled deeply"
exhilarate (to)alegrar, regozijar, emocionar
expanseextensão. amplidão, vastidão = an area of something, typically land or sea, presenting a wide continuous surface; "an expanse of water"
expedite (to)expedir, despachar, acelerar o processo
exponentexpoente, advogado de uma causa, representante
expurgateexpurgar (remover trechos de livros, filmes, etc); "the censors expurgated the documentary"
extrude (to)expulsar, expelir = to force, to press, to push out
exude (to)exsudar, pingar, escorrer
exult exultar, jubilar-se; "the players exulted over their victory"