sag (to)1) cair (breast); afundar (roof); vergar = to sink downward by or as if by weight; "his body sagged under the weight of carrying her" / 2) declinar, baixar, cair, decair; "the stock market sagged today"
sashfaixa decorativa, cinturão
saturate (to) / saturationsaturar / saturação; "the market is near saturation"
saunter (to)caminhar tranquilamente, perambular = to walk in a relaxed, unhurried way; to stroll; "he sauntered to the bar and ordered a drink"
savvyexperiência, prática = practical know-how
scamper (to)correr alegremente; romper em correria, disparar (crianças, animais) = to run or move quickly and often playfully; "the dog scampered out of the room"; "the children scampered in the yard"
scarabescaravelho = a large beetle regarded as sacred in ancient Egypt ; "a gold scarab was discovered at the tomb"
scion1) enxerto (planta), broto, muda = shoot of a plant or tree / 2) rebento, descendente (família)
scoff (to) atzombar de = to mock at; to sneer at; to jeer at; "people once scoffed at the idea of space travel"
scorch (to)1) chamuscar, queimar superficialmente / 2) secar, ressecar / 3) criticar com palavras ásperas
scoundrelpatife, canalha, salafrário = rogue
scour (to)1) esfregar / 2) esquadrinhar, procurar, investigar
scourge / scourge (to)1) flagelo = someone or something that causes a great amount of trouble or suffering / 2) açoite, chicote // açoitar, punir
scrabble (to)tatear procurando algo "= to struggle in a disorderly way; "he scrabbled around looking for his glasses"
scramble / scramble (to)1) subida, escalada difícil / 2) luta // 1) cozinhar ovos, mexer ovos "I'll scramble some eggs for breakfast"; scrambled eggs = ovos mexidos; / 2) disputar, lutar por; to scramble out, to scramble through = conseguir sair com dificuldade = to climb or crawl, esp by using the hands to aid movement; to scramble for = lutar por = to struggle "scramble for front seats" /
scrawl / scrawl (to)garrancho, garatujas / rabiscar, garatujar = to scribble
scrounge (to) / scroungerfilar (coisas), mendigar, pechinchar = to persuade someone to give you (something) for free; "he's always scrounging off his friends instead of paying for things himself"; "he is scrounging for a free meal again" / parasita, filador,
scrunch (to)esmagar; mastigar = to crunch
seedysurrado, gasto, maltrapilho = inferior in condition or quality; shabby; "although the restaurant looked seedy, the food was quite good"
seguetransição tranquila (música) = smooth transition
setbackrevés, contratempo
shackcabana, choupana
shardcaco, fragmento (vidro, ceramica) = a fragment or piece that is broken off, esp. a piece of earthenware
shirecondado
shoal1) cardume / 2) banco de areia = a sandbank or sandbar that makes the water shallow
shrewmegera = an ill-tempered scolding woman
shrewdastuto, perspicaz, inteligente, sagaz
sideswipe (to)to strike with a glancing blow along the side
simmer (to)cozer em fogo lento, ferver lentamente
skew (adj) / skew (to)oblíquo, enviesado = oblique, slanting / distorcer
skippercapitão (navio) = the master of a ship
skittishnervoso, inquieto
slatripa = a long, narrow strip of wood, metal, or the like used as a support for a bed, etc.
sleuth / sleuth (to)detetive / agir como detetive = to act as a detective, search for
slewmuitos = a great number, a lot of, a large number "a slew of books"
slither (to)deslizar, serpentear (cobra) = to move smoothly, quietly, or secretly like a snake
slobpessoa relaxada, porcalhão = lazy, untidy or fat person
slurcalúnia, difamação
slurp / slurp (to)golada = large mouthful / comer ou beber fazendo barulho = to make a sucking noise while eating or drinking
smear (to)1) espalhar, besuntar, lambuzar / 2) caluniar, difamar
smolder (to); smoulder (to)1) arder a fogo lento = to burn slowly / 2) estar remoendo por dentro
smother (to)sufocar, asfixiar, abafar (incêndio)
snag / snag (to)1) problema, empecilho, dificuldade, obstáculo = an unexpected problem or difficulty / 2) rasgão // 1) rasgar / 2) pegar (entender rapidamente) = to catch, capture, or get (something or someone) by quick action or good luck
snippetpedacinho, fragmento, recorte = a small part, piece, or thing
snugconfortável, aconchegante = comfortable, cozy; "a snug little house"
spar (to)1) discutir, confrontar / 2) boxear, praticar boxe // mastro
spateavalanche, torrente, enchente, enxurrada = a large number or amount; a spate of angry words = uma enxurrada de palavrões
splurge (to)ostentar, esbanjar = to spend money on some luxury or pleasure, especially a costly one; "they splurged their money on a trip to Europe"
spookyarrepiante, assustador, mal-assombrado "a spooky house"
spout / spout (to)
bico (jarra, bule, chaleira, etc) = mouth of a jug or kettle / jorrar, esguichar; "the well was spouting oil"
spurt (to) / spurt (n)jorrar, esguichar = to squirt, to gush; "blood spurted from the wound" / jorro, esguicho
sputter (to)1) cuspir / 2) gaguejar, balbuciar
squander (to)desperdiçar
squawk / squawk (to)som agudo e penetrante, guincho, chio, grasnido / gritar (como pato), guinchar, chiar, grasnar
squeal (to)gritar, guinchar, grunhir
staminaenergia, força, vigor
stampedeestouro, debandada, salve-se quem puder
stancepostura = the manner and position in which a person or animal stands
stanch; staunchforte, firme, constante
standstillparada, paralisação, enguiço
stash (to)guardar, estocar, armazenar = to put away for future use
stenchfedor = odor, stink
strenuousenérgico; esforçado
strew (to); strewed; strew
espalhar, espargir; "the performers strewed candy at the end of the show"
strifeconflito, rixa, briga
stubblebarba espetada, barba de vários dias
studiousestudioso; aplicado = very serious about studying, reading, learning, etc
stunt / stunt (to)façanha sensacional = anything spectacular or unusual done to gain publicity; publicity stunt = truque publicitário; stunt man (cinema) = dublê / tolher, dificultar = to hinder the normal growth, development, or progress of
sumptuoussuntuoso, luxuoso
surmise (to) [sârmaiz]conjecturar, deduzir, supor
swags of1) muitos = lots of (Australia, NZ) / 2) coisas roubadas
swankyelegante, requintado, chic
swatha row of cut grain or grass left by a scythe or mowing machine / a long broad strip or belt
swindle / swindle (to)fraude, falcatrua / fraudar, burlar, trapacear