rabbleralé, povinho, plebe, turba = mob
rampage / rampage (to)alvoroço, agitação, fúria = state of excitement; "the elephant's rampage left a trail of destruction in its wake" / alvoroçar-se; comportar-se agressivamente; "the wild boar rampaged through the forest" / on the rampage = comportando-se violentamente; arrasando tudo
rapturearroubo, entusiasmo, êxtase, enlevo,
raucousáspero, rouco, estridente = hoarse; "raucous voices"
ravage (to)assolar, devastar, saquear = to destroy, to plunder, to ransack, to loot
rebateabatimento, desconto
rebuke (to)repreender, censurar = to reprove sharply, to scold
recede (to)retroceder, desistir, abandonar
recommit (to)encomendar novamente / renovar, reencaminhar / to entrust or consign again
referralreferência, indicação
refrain (to)abster-se de; to refrain from doing
rejoice (to)alegrar-se, regozijar-se; " we all rejoiced when we heard the good news"
reminiscence / reminiscentreminiscência, lembrança // nostálgico "to be reminiscent of ..."
remnantresto, remanescente = a part left over after use, processing, etc
rend (to), rent, rentrasgar, fender = to tear apart with force, to split apart, to divide
renderingversão, interpretação
revamp (to)reformar, renovar, dar um jeito em = to reconstruct, to renovate, to revise
reveryfantasia, devaneio = daydream
ribald / ribaldryirreverente, indecente, obsceno, = referring to sex in a rude but amusing way; ribald language = linguagem irreverente / irreverência, indecência, obscenidade
rifecheio, repleto, abundante, comum, predominante "a land rife with poverty = uma terra cheia de pobreza"; to be rife = ser comum
rindcasca (fruta, queijo, etc) = the tough, outer skin of some fruits that is usually removed before the fruit is eaten; a tough, outer surface of some foods (such as certain cheeses)
rivet / rivet (to)rebite = a metal pin for passing through holes in plates to hold them together // 1) segurar firmemente / 2) fixar a atenção, fixar o olhar
roguish1) travesso, brincalhão / 2) desonesto
roil (to)1) turvar (água) / 2) incomodar, irritar
rompbricadeira, travessura, folia
ruskrosca
rustle (to)1) farfalhar; "the trees rustled in the wind"; "her skirt rustled as she walked" / 2) roubar (gado) = to steal (as livestock) especially from a farm or ranch