#ENGLISH WORDTRADUÇÃOCATEG
1dab (to) / dab (n)bater levemente; dar batidinhas = to pat or tap gently; "I dabbed my eyes with a handkerchief"; "he dabbed his mouth with his napkin" // um punhado; um pouquinho; pincelada, pitada = a quick or light pat, as with something soft; "I don't want a lot of whipped cream; just give me a dab"ADV
2dabble (to)interessar-se por; to dabble in ...ADV
3daffodilnarciso (flor) (Narcissus spp.)INTERM
4dainty (n) / dainty (adj)guloseima, iguaria fina = something good to eat; a delicacy // 1) delicado, saboroso = tasting good, delicious, tasty; "dainty pastries"; "they served dainty sandwiches" / 2) elegante, gracioso = delicately small and pretty; elegant; "her hair was decorated with dainty pink flowers"; "a dainty lace handkerchief"; "the food was served in dainty portions = a comida foi servida em porções delicadas"INTERM
5dairy leiteria; fábrica de laticinios = a room, building, or establishment where milk is kept and butter or cheese is madeBAS
6daisymargarida (Bellis perennis)BAS
7damrepresa; barragemBAS
8damage (n) / damage (to)prejuízo; dano; estrago; avaria = injury or harm causing a loss / to pay for damages = indenizar // danificar; estragar; causar prejuizo BAS
9damp / dampness / dampen (to)úmido = slightly wet; moist; "the towels were still damp" // umidade = moisture // umedecerBAS
10dandeliondente-de-leão (flor) (Taraxacum spp.)INTERM
11dandruffcaspaADV
12danger / dangerousperigo = risk, hazard, jeopardy, peril / perigoso, arriscadoBAS
13dangle (to) / dangling1) balançar, oscilar; "she sat on the edge of the pool, dangling her feet in the water" / 2) atrair, seduzir; "they refused to accept the money that was dangled before their eyes" // pendente, balançando; "a pair of dangling earrings"; "; "there was an electrical cord dangling from the wall"ADV
14dare (to) / daring (n) / daring (adj)1) ousar "I daren't do it = não ouso fazê-lo" / 2) desafiar = to challenge // coragem, audácia, ousadia; "a pilot of great daring" / corajoso, ousado, audacioso = courageous, bold, fearless; "a daring reporter who has covered several wars"; "a daring new economic plan"BAS
15darling querido, querida; pessoa querida = sweetheartBAS
16dartdardoINTERM
17dash (n) / dash (to) / dashed1) correria, movimento rápido; "John's dash for the train wasn't quick enough and he missed it" / 2) traço, hifen, travessão (-) / 3) pitada (cozinha); "a dash of salt" // 1) arremessar, atirar com força = to throw violently / 2) correr, sair correndo // tracejado; dashed line = linha tracejadaBAS
18dashboardpainel de instrumentosINTERM
19dashingelegante, galante = marked by smartness especially in dress and manners; "she married a dashing young lawyer from the city" INTERM
20data (pl.) (sing. = datum)dados; (obs.: data is or data are? although now often used as a singular noun, data is properly a plural) / to turn data into information // data capture; data cleansing = limpeza de dados; data dictionary; data entry; data extraction; data model; data processing; data search; data security; data structure; data transmission rate; data volume // mobile data = dados móveisBAS
21databasebanco de dados BAS
22date (n) / date (to)1) data / date of birth = data de nascimento / to date = até agora / up to date = moderno / out of date = fora de moda / date schedule = prazo / due date = data de vencimento // 2) namorado, namorada; "Henry and his date went to the movies" / 3) tâmara (fruto da tamareira) /// 1) datar; "scientists are trying to date the fossils" // 2) namorar; "he is dating a blonde girl" // 3) envelhecer; "those old-fashioned clothes really date her"BAS
23datedantiquado, fora de uso = out of date; outmoded; "dated word", "dated clothes"BAS
24daub (to)borrar, emplastarADV
25daughter / daughter-in-lawfilha (obs.: son = filho) / nora (obs.: son-in-law = genro)BAS
26daunt (to) / dauntingdesalentar, desencorajar, amedrontar = to frighten; to scare; to dishearten / desanimador, desalentador, desencorajador / daunting task = tarefa dificilADV
27dawdle (to)demorar, tardar = to spend time idlyADV
28dawnaurora, amanhecer = the first appearance of light in the morning followed by sunrise; daybreak, sunrise / at dawn = early in the morning = de madrugadaBAS
29day / dailydia; days of the week: Monday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday; Saturday; Sunday / the next day = no dia seguinte = on the following day / the day before yesterday = antes de ontem / the day after tomorrow = depois de amanhã / week day = business day; workday = dia útil / day off = dia de folga / all day long = o dia todo / day by day = dia a dia / day in, day out = todos os dias /// diário, diariamente, cotidiano BAS
30daybreaknascer do sol, aurora, alvorada = sunrise, dawnINTERM
31daydreamfantasia, devaneio = reveryINTERM
32daze (to) / daze (n) atordoar, aturdir, ficar atordoado; "she was dazed by his revelations" // espanto, assombro, atordoamento, torpor; "he went into a daze when they told him the news" ADV
33dazzle (to) / dazzlingofuscar; deslumbrar / ofuscante, deslumbranteADV
34dead / dead-end1) morto / 2) dormente, adormecido; "my foot is dead" / 3) parado, monótono; "this party is dead" / 4) exausto; "I'm dead" // dead-end = 1) sem saída = lacking an exit "a dead-end street" // 2) sem futuro, sem perspectiva "a dead-end job"BAS
35deadlineprazo final = a date or time before which something must be done; target date // to meet deadline = cumprir o prazo # to miss deadline = perder o prazoBAS
36deadlockimpasse, beco sem saída = a situation in which an agreement cannot be madeINTERM
37deafsurdo = partly or completely without the sense of hearing; hard of hearing = meio surdo = partly deafBAS
38deal (n) / deal (to)1) negócio, negociação, transação comercial / 2) trato, acordo = agreement; "the two sides made a deal" // 1) negociar, fazer negócio, comerciar = to do business; to deal with = lidar com, negociar com, tratar de "he deals with a New York firm" / 2) distribuir (cartas); "it's your turn to deal"BAS
39dealer / dealership1) revendedor, comerciante, negociante, representante = trader; merchant; car dealer = revendedor de carro / 2) carteador (baralho) // representação, concessão de revenda; by means of dealership = através de representaçãoBAS
40deathmorte, falecimento = demiseBAS
41debaclefracassoADV
42debatedebate; discussão = discussion INTERM
43debit (to) / debit (n)debitar (obs.: to credit = creditar) / débito (obs.: credit = crédito); debit to assets ratio = índice de endividamentoINTERM
44debris escombros, destroços, detritos = the remains of something destroyed; ruins; "the rescue team searched the debris of the bombed building for survivors"INTERM
45debt / debtordívida / foreign debt = dívida externa // devedorBAS
46debug (to)localizar e corrigir erros = to detect and remove bugs fromINTERM
47decadedécadaBAS
48decadent1) decadente = relating to or marked by decadence; decaying / 2) characterized by or appealing to self-indulgence "a rich and decadent dessert"; "the hotel's decadent luxury"ADV
49decay (to) / decay (n)1) apodrecer; deteriorar = to rot // 2) cariar (dente) /// 1) decomposição; apodrecimento; deterioração; decadência // 2) cárieBAS
50decease (formal) morte, óbito = the act of dying; death; demise; "at his decease"ADV
51deceive (to) / deceit / deceitfulenganar; tapear; fraudar = to cheat // engano, tapeação = deception, fraud; falsehood / enganador; fraudulentoBAS
52deception / deceptiveengano; tapeação; fraude = act of deceiving; deceit; fraud; falsehood / enganoso; enganadorINTERM
53deciduouscujas folhas caem; decíduo, caducifólio; "deciduous tree"ADV
54decimaldecimalBAS
55decimate (to) / decimationdizimar, aniquilar / dizimação, aniquilamentoADV
56deck1) convés (navio) / 2) andar (ônibus); "which deck do you like to ride on when you take the bus?" / 3) baralho = deck of cards; "the dealer shuffled the deck"BAS
57declare (to) / declarationdeclarar / declaraçãoBAS
58decline (to)1) diminuir = to become less in amount "prices declined" / 2) descer = to slope downward, descend / 3) recusar = to refuse especially courteously "to decline an invitation" INTERM
59decoychamariz, isca, armadilha = a person, thing, or action that lures another into danger or a trap; "the hunters used a decoy to lure the ducks"ADV
60decrease (to) / decrease (n)diminuir = to diminish; to lessen ( increase) // diminuição BAS
61dedicate (to) / dedicationdedicar / dedicatória (livro)BAS
62deduct (to) / deductiblededuzir; "how much of this expense can you deduct from your taxes? // dedutívelINTERM
63deed ação; feito; proeza = accomplishment; achievementBAS
64deem (to)considerar = to have as an opinion; to consider, to judge; "the council deemed him to be a traitor"INTERM
65deep / depthfundo, profundo // profundidade / in-depth = profundo; completo = thorough; comprehensive; "an in-depth study"BAS
66deer veado, cervo; (obs.: stag = cervo macho; doe = cervo fêmea)BAS
67deface (to)desfigurar, deformar = to spoil or mar the surface, legibility, or appearance of; ADV
68default1) falta, ausência = a selection automatically used by a computer program in the absence of a choice made by the user / default value = valor predeterminado // 2) moratória (dívida), inadimplência = a failure to pay financial debts BAS
69defeat (to) / defeat (n)derrotar, vencer; "they defeated their opponents 3-2" / derrota; "the defeat saddened the fans"BAS
70defect / defectivedefeito; falha; imperfeição = flaw; fault ; "defect-free products" / defect rate = taxa de defeitos // defeituoso; imperfeito = faulty; imperfectBAS
71defect (to)desertar, fugir, abandonar / to defect to the enemy = passar para o lado do inimigo; "the spy defected to the West"INTERM
72defendant réu acusado (obs.: culprit = réu declarado culpado)INTERM
73defer (to)adiar; protelar = to delay, to postpone, to put offADV
74deficitdéficitBAS
75define (to) / definitiondefinir / definiçãoBAS
76deflate (to)murchar, esvaziar; "he deflated one of the tires"ADV
77defthábil, destro, esperto = brisk, nimbleADV
78defunctextinto = no longer in existence, dead; "defunct law"; "defunct companies"INTERM
79defuse (to)desarmar, desativar; "explosives specialists tried to defuse the grenade"ADV
80defy (to) / defiance desafiar = to challenge, to go against; "to defy public opinion" // desafio = a bold resistance to authority; challengeINTERM
81degree (1)diploma / bachelor's degree = diploma de bacharel = a degree awarded by a college / master's degree = diploma de mestrado / doctor's degree = diploma de doutorado / to get a degree = formar-seBAS
82degree (2)grau (temperatura / circunferência / longitude) / degree centigrade = degree Celsius; "minus 40 degrees Celsius" / degree FahrenheitBAS
83deign dignar-se a fazer = to do something that you think you should not have to do because you are too important; "she would not even deign to talk to him = ela nem sequer se dignou a falar com ele"ADV
84delay / delay (to) demora; atraso / atrasar = to stop, to detain; "bad weather delayed our arrival"BAS
85delegate (to) delegar = to assign authority to another to act as agentINTERM
86delete (to)deletar = to remove somehing written or printedBAS
87deleteriousdeletério, danoso, nocivo = harmful; "the deleterious effects of the drug"ADV
88delight / delightedprazer, alegria, encanto, delícia, deleite = joy, happiness; "the zoo is a delight to visit" / encantado, satisfeito = highly pleased; "she was delighted to see her friend"BAS
89delineate (to)delinear, traçar = to sketch, to outline, to depictADV
90deliver (to) / delivery / deliverableentregar // 1) entrega; delivery address = endereço de entrega; delivery schedule = delivery time = prazo de entrega; delivery forecast = previsão de entrega; scheduled delivery = entrega prevista; on-time delivery = pontualidade entrega; special delivery = entrega rápida / 2) parto = childbirth, labor // produto a entregar; saída; resultadoBAS
91delugedilúvio, enxurrada, grande quantidade de; "a deluge from the skies"INTERM
92delve (to)1) procurar, pesquisar em busca de informação; "we delved into the files to find out when the event happened" // 2) escavar (animal) = to digADV
93demand (n) / demand (to) / demanding1) demanda, procura; supply and demand = oferta e procura; on demand = sob demanda; pent-up demand = demanda reprimida; to respond a demand = atender uma demanda / 2) exigência = imperative request // exigir; "this project demands many resources" // exigenteBAS
94demeanor; demeanourconduta, atitude, comportamentoADV
95demise(formal) 1) morte, falecimento = a euphemistic or formal word for death; "the demise of former great stars"; "she had no property at the time of her demise" // 2) fim = the ending of something, such as by failure or ruin; fall, collapse; "the demise of the Roman Empire"INTERM
96demiurgedemiurgo, divindade, criador = a being responsible for the creation of the universe, in particular ADV
97demonstrate (to) / demonstrationdemonstrar / demonstração; to attend a demonstration = assistir demonstraçãoBAS
98demotionrebaixamentoADV
99den1) caverna, covil, toca = the home or shelter of a wild animal; "the lion's den" // 2) cantinho, aposento privativo, refúgioINTERM
100denizenhabitante, ocupante, frequentador = inhabitant, resident; "the denizens of the inner cities"ADV
101denounce (to)1) denunciar; "the Assembly denounced the use of violence" / 2) condenar, censurar; "he denounced the plan as a waste of money"INTERM
102dense / densitydenso; compacto = thick; "a dense forest" // densidadeBAS
103dentamassado, mossa, depressão = small hollow; "there was a dent in the door of the car"INTERM
104dentaldental, dentário / dental crown = coroa dentária; dental floss = fio dental; dental health; dental hygieneBAS
105dentist / Dentistrydentista / OdontologiaBAS
106depart (to) / departurepartir; sair // partida / flight departure = take-off = decolagem / on time flight departure = partida no horárioBAS
107departmentdepartamento human resources department = departamento de recursos humanos / procurement department = departamento de compras / legal department = departamento jurídicoBAS
108dependableconfiável, digno de confiança = reliable, trustworthyADV
109depict (to)1) retratar, pintar = to portray; "the painter depicted Napoleon with his hand inside his shirt" // 2) representar, descrever = to represent, to describeINTERM
110deplete (to) / depletionesvaziar, esgotar, exaurir / esvaziamento, esgotamentoADV
111deploy (to) / deployment1) implementar, implantar, instalar (sistema); "to deploy a system" // 2) desdobrar, distribuir, dispor, disponibilizar // implantação, instalaçãoINTERM
112deposit (to) / deposit (n)depositar // depósito (dinheiro) / deposit slip = ficha de depósito / certificate of deposit = certificado de depósitoBAS
113depot 1) depósito, armazém = a place for storing goods; storehouse, warehouse // 2) garagem de ônibus ou trens (UK) // 3) estação ferroviária (US) = railway station INTERM
114deprecate (to)depreciar, menosprezar, subestimar = to disparage; to belittle; to underrate; to underestimateADV
115depreciate (to)depreciar = to lower the value of; to underrate; to undervalueINTERM
116depressed / depressing; depressivedeprimido = sad; gloomy; " he has been depressed since his wife left him" // deprimente; "I find three successive days of rain a bit depressing"BAS
117depressioncrise econômica; The Depression = the worldwide economic depression of the early 1930s, when there was mass unemploymentBAS
118deprive (to)privar, não ter; deprive of = privar de = to take away fromINTERM
119deputy1) substituto, interino, segunda pessoa, vice = a person appointed to act as a substitute for another; deputy head; deputy principal = vice-diretor; deputy mayor = vice-prefeito; "the boss's deputy"// 2) deputado = congressman, representativeBAS
120derail (to) / derailmentdescarrilhar / descarrilhamentoINTERM
121derelict1) abandonado = in a very poor condition as a result of disuse and neglect; "a derelict ship"; "the cities were derelict and dying" / 2) desamparado = a person without a home, job, or property; a homeless person; "the church offered food and shelter to derelicts"ADV
122deride (to) / derisionzombar, caçoar, ridicularizar = to mock, to scoff, to sneer / zombaria, escárnio, debocheADV
123derisoryirrisório = laughably small "a derisory sum" ADV
124derive (to) / derivingderivar; ser proveniente de = to originate / deriving from = proveniente de = due toBAS
125derogatorypejorativo, depreciativo = disparaging; "a derogatory remark"ADV
126derrickguindaste = a crane for lifting cargo, such as on a ship.ADV
127describe (to) / descriptiondescrever / descriçãoBAS
128desertdesertoBAS
129deserve (to) merecer (obs.: mérito = merit)BAS
130design (n) / design (to) / designer1) projeto, desenho; "the car's poor performance was due to faulty design" / 2) estilo, design, modelo; "I like the design of this new mobile phone" /// projetar, desenhar, criar; "she designed a new way of organizing the information" / to be designed to (for) = ser projetado para // projetistaBAS
131desk1) mesa de trabalho; escrivaninha = an article of furniture having a broad writing surface and drawers or compartments for papers, etc; writing desk // 2) carteira escolar // 3) balcão / front desk; reception desk = recepção hotel / information desk = balcão de informaçãoBAS
132despicabledesprezível = worthy of being despised; contemptible; mean; "despicable traitor" / "Despicable me" = filme "Meu Malvado Favorito"INTERM
133despise (to) desprezar = to scorn, to disdain, to look down on with contempt or aversion; "I despised their actions"INTERM
134despondentdesesperançado, deprimido, melancólicoADV
135dessertsobremesaBAS
136destinationdestino = stated end of a journey / country of destination = país de destinoBAS
137destinydestino = the course of events thought of as being unavoidable, impossible to resist, and decided in advance; fate; doomBAS
138detach (to) / detachableseparar, desconectar = to separate, to disconnect / destacávelINTERM
139detain (to)1) deter / 2) retardar = to delayINTERM
140deterrent (n) / deterrent (adj)meio de impedir; impedimento // dissuasivoADV
141detest (to) detestar, abominar, odiar = to hate, to abominate, to abhorINTERM
142detour desvio = a roundabout way to travel, especially one used temporarily when the main route is closed; bypass; "the highway is closed, so we'll have to take a detour"BAS
143detract (to)diminuir, depreciarADV
144detrimentdetrimento, prejuízo, perdaADV
145devaluate (to) / devaluationdesvalorizar // desvalorizaçãoINTERM
146develop (to) / development1) desenvolver "to develop a system" / 2) revelar (filme) // 1) desenvolvimento / system development; development time; systems development manager / 2) revelação (filme)BAS
147deviate (to) / deviation1) desviar = to turn aside, as from a route, way, course, etc. // 2) divagar = to digress, as from a line of thought or reasoning /// desvio, afastamento, desvio de rota, de conduta, de linha de ação = behavior that differs or departs from what is considered and accepted as normal or standard / standard deviation = desvio padrãoBAS
148deviceaparelho, dispositivo = a piece of equipment or a mechanism designed to serve a special purpose or perform a special function; apparatus, equipmentBAS
149devious1) malandro, esperto (pessoa) / 2) desonesto, tortuoso (plano)ADV
150devise (to) inventar = to inventBAS
151devoiddevoid of = isento de, desprovido de, destituído deINTERM
152devote (to) / devoted dedicar, devotar / devotado; consagrado = dedicatedBAS
153devoutdevoto, religioso; "she was a devout Catholic"ADV
154deworvalhoBAS
155diagnosis (pl. = diagnoses) diagnósticoBAS
156diagramdiagrama = a sketch, outline, or plan demonstrating the form or workings of somethingBAS
157dial (n) / dial (to) mostrador (relógio, rádio, etc) = the face of a watch, clock, chronometer, sundial, etc, marked with divisions representing units of time / sundial = relógio do sol // discarBAS
158diameter diâmetroBAS
159diamond1) diamante / 2) losango = lozenge BAS
160diaper fralda (US) = nappy (UK) / disposable diaper = fralda descartávelBAS
161diary [dairi]1) diário (livro) / 2) agenda = appointment bookBAS
162dictate (to) / dictationditar / ditadoBAS
163dictatorditadorBAS
164dictionarydicionárioBAS
165die (to)morrer / to die of = morrer de = to die fromBAS
166difficult / difficultydifícil = requiring special effort, skill, or planning; hard to understand or solve; hard, tough; "a difficult job"; "difficult problem" / dificuldadeBAS
167diffidentdesconfiado, acanhado, reservado = shyADV
168dig (to); dug; dugcavar; escavar / to dig ore = extrair minério / to dig out = desenterrar / to dig up = 1) arrancar (planta) / 2) trazer à tona (informação)BAS
169digestsumário; resumo; condensação = summary BAS
170digest (to) / digestion digerir, assimilar / digestão BAS
171digit / digitize (to) dígito; check-digit = dígito de controle // digitalizar INTERM
172digitaldigital / digital certificate; digital signatureBAS
173digress (to) divagar; desviar-se do assunto; sair do assunto = to leave the main theme of a speech or writingINTERM
174diligentdiligente; aplicado; esforçado = hard-workingINTERM
175dim (adj) / dim (to) escuro, sombrio, indistinto, fraco (luz) = not bright; lacking light or strength of light; "dim light"; "a dim room" // diminuir (luz), obscurecer INTERM
176dimensiondimensãoBAS
177dimple1) covinha (rosto) / 2) depressão (terreno) = any slight depression in a surfaceINTERM
178dinbarulho, ruído, estrondo, estampido, estrépito = a loud, confused, continued noise; "the fans made an awful din"ADV
179dine (to) / diner jantar (v); "we normally dine at eight" // lanchonete = snack bar; eatery, cafeteria // sala de jantar // dining-room = sala de jantarBAS
180dinnerjantarBAS
181dint1) pancada, golpe / 2) meio, força // by dint of = por causa de; "to achieve success by dint of hard work"ADV
182dip (n) / dip (to) mergulho = a brief swim; "it's nice to go for a dip on a hot day"; "she took a dip in the ocean and then sat on the beach for an hour" / mergulhar = to plunge, to diveBAS
183diploma diploma; certificado = certificateBAS
184diplomacy / diplomatdiplomacia / diplomata = ambassadorBAS
185direhorrível, terrível, medonho, calamitoso / dire straits = apuro, aperto, perrengue = desperate situationINTERM
186direction direção = the course or path on which something is moving or pointingBAS
187directionsinstruções de uso, bula de remédio = directions for useBAS
188director diretor; board of directors = diretoria; director's meeting = reunião de diretoria; director of product marketing for (company name)BAS
189directorycatálogo; lista de nomes e endereços; diretório = wall board listing the occupants of a building; / telephone directory = lista telefônica BAS
190dirt / dirty1) sujeira, terra, solo; "I couldn't get the dirt off my clothes"; "dirt road = estrada de terra" / 2) obscenidade, fofoca maldosa; "listening to the latest dirt" // 1) sujo = not clean / 2) obsceno; "dirty jokes"BAS
191disability / disableddeficiência, incapacidade, invalidez = physical or mental weakness or incapacity // deficiente, incapacitado, inválido, cadeirante = handicappedBAS
192disappear (to) / disappearancedesaparecer = to cease to be seen; to vanish from sight / desaparecimentoBAS
193disappoint (to) / disappointment / dissapointingdecepcionar, desapontar / decepção, desapontamento / decepcionanteBAS
194disasterdesastre / disaster recovery plan= plano de recuperação / disaster zoneBAS
195disbeliefincredulidadeINTERM
196discern (to) / discernment / discerningperceber, discernir // discernimento; perspicácia = clearness in judgement; sharpness; insight // sagaz, perspicaz = keen of mind, perceptive, having good judgement; "she has a discerning eye for good art"INTERM
197discipline 1) disciplina = training to act in accordance with rules;"military discipline"// 2) disciplina, matéria = a branch of instruction or learning; a field of study; "the discipline of economics"BAS
198disclose (to) / disclosurerevelar, divulgar = to uncover, to reveal, to announce // revelação;divulgação, liberação / non-disclosure agreement = acordo de não divulgaçãoINTERM
199disconnect (to)desligar; desconectarINTERM
200discount (to) / discountdescontar, abater / desconto, abatimento = rebateBAS
201discourage (to) / discourageddesanimar, desencorajar; "every job rejection discouraged him more" / "try not to let losing discourage you" // desanimado; "don't feel discouraged; try again"BAS
202discover (to) / discoverydescobrir / descobertaBAS
203discreetdiscreto = prudent; careful in speech and conductINTERM
204discreteseparado; descontínuo = separate; detached; discontinuous; "the college was reorganized into six discrete departments"INTERM
205discuss (to) / discussiondiscutir = to debate / discussão; debate; healthy discussion = discussão saudável / panel discussion = mesa-redonda / discussion group = grupo de discussão / round table discussion = discussão em mesa-redondaBAS
206disdain (n) / disdain (to)desprezo, desdém = scorn, contempt; "they treat all their servants with complete disdain" / desdenhar, desprezar = to scornINTERM
207diseasedoença = illness, sicknessBAS
208disentangle (to)1) desembaraçar (wool, wire) / 2) desvencilhar (from wreckage) / 3) descomplicarINTERM
209disguisedisfarce / in disguise = disfarçadoBAS
210disgust / disgustingnojo / nojento; "that's disgusting!" = que coisa nojenta!BAS
211dish1) travessa = a more or less concave vessel from which food is served // 2) prato (comida) = the food served in a dish "a dish of strawberries"; food prepared in a particular way; "the restaurant serves some of my favorite dishes" BAS
212disheveleddespenteado, desgrenhado; "a man with long, disheveled hair"ADV
213disk; disc (UK)disco = a thin circular object; a phonograph record; optical disk, compact disk, hard diskBAS
214dislike / dislike (to)antipatia, ojeriza = grudge, ill will; "my only dislike about the house is the lack of storage space in the kitchen" // não gostar; "David dislikes his job and is looking for another one"BAS
215dismaltriste, sombrio, lúgubre, deprimente = causing gloom or depressionADV
216dismay (n) / dismay (to)desânimo, desalento = sudden or complete loss of courage / / desanimar; "the child's grades dismayed his parents"INTERM
217dismiss (to) / dismissal1) dispensar, descartar / 2) demitir (de emprego) = to end the employment or service of (someone); to lay off; to fire // demissãoBAS
218disparage (to) / disparagingdepreciar; menosprezar = to underrate; to undervalue; to belittle / depreciativo, pejorativo = derogatoryADV
219disparate díspar, diferente "seemingly disparate elements"INTERM
220dispatch (n) / dispatch (to) despacho; expedição; remessa = dispatching / despachar (mensagem; noticias); mandar INTERM
221dispel (to)dissiparADV
222disperse (to) / dispersal1) espalhar (objetos) / 2) dispersar (multidão) // dispersãoINTERM
223display (to) / displayvisualizar, exibir na tela // 1) monitor, terminal / 2) visualizaçãoBAS
224disposabledescartável = discardable / disposable diaper = fralda descartávelINTERM
225dispose (to) / disposal1) dispor, arranjar, arrumar, organizar; "the general disposed his troops along the northern border" / 2) tornar predisposto a; "his optimistic view of life disposed him towards cheerfulness" // disposição, arranjo; at your disposal = à sua disposição; "I'll leave the computer at your disposal"BAS
226dispute / dispute (to) disputa; discussão; debate = argument; debate / disputar; discutir = to argue; to debateBAS
227disquietinquietação, intranquilidade = lack of calm; anxietyADV
228disreputablemal-afamado, baixo, reles = lacking of good reputationADV
229disrupt (to) / disruptioninterromper; "our meeting was disrupted by the phone ringing"; "the weather disrupted our travel plans" // interrupção de serviços; interrompimento; "the company apologized for the disruption to the services due to maintenance works"INTERM
230dissolutedissoluto; devasso; libertinoADV
231distillerydestilariaINTERM
232distort (to) / distortion / distorteddistorcer / distorção / distorcido; deturpadoINTERM
233distractiondistração (falta de concentração); "it's hard to write in a café, with so many distractions"INTERM
234distraughtaflito, angustiado, agoniado = deeply agitated; bewildered; "the distraught mother waited for news of her child"ADV
235distress / distress (to) aflição, angústia / distress signal = sinal de socorro / distress call = chamada de emergência // afligir, angustiar BAS
236distressingangustiante = causing anxiety, sorrow or pain; upsettin; "distressing news"; "the lack of news from the village is distressing for everyone"ADV
237distribute (to) / distribution / distributordistribuir = to give out // distribuição // distribuidor = person who distributes and markets goods throughout an area BAS
238distrust (to) / distrust (n)desconfiar de / desconfiança = lack of trustINTERM
239disturb (to) / disturbance / disturbingperturbar; incomodar, atrapalhar = to annoy; to bother; to trouble // perturbação; distúrbio // inquietante; desagradável "this news is disturbing to us" BAS
240ditch (n) / ditch (to)vala, valeta, fosso, rego = a long narrow hole that is dug along a road, field; "there was a ditch running alongside the road" // 1) cavar = to dig a ditch / 2) jogar fora; livrar-se de = t get rid of; " to ditch an old car"BAS
241dive (to) / dive (n) mergulhar = to plunge into water, especially headfirst; "he dove straight into the pool" / scuba diving = the sport or pastime of swimming underwater using scuba gear // 1) mergulho = ; "they are organizing a dive tomorrow" / 2) bar vagabundo; botequinm; espelunca (café, bar) = a disreputable entertainment establishment BAS
242diversion 1) diversão = amusement, pastime; "movies are his favorite diversion"// 2) desvio = a detour on a highway or roadINTERM
243divert (to) desviar = to turn aside; to turn from the road; to deviateINTERM
244divest (to)1) desfazer-se, despojar, privar de algo = to rid, to free; "we may have to divest assets to raise capital" / 2) despir-se = to strip (of clothes)ADV
245divide (to) / divisiondividir = to separate or be separated into parts or groups; to split up / divided by; "96 divided by 4 equals 24" / to be divided into = estar dividido em // divisãoBAS
246dividenddividendo (ações) = sum paid to stockholders; dividends on preferred sharesINTERM
247divorce / divorce (to) divórcio / divorciar = to separate by divorceBAS
248divulge (to)divulgar, revelar = to make known, to revealADV
249dizzy (adj) / dizzy (to) / dizzinesstonto, zonzo; "the children were dizzy after spinning in circles"; to feel dizzy = sentir-se tonto // deixar tonto; sentir-se tonto; "we drove at speeds that dizzied me" // tontura BAS
250do (to); did; donefazer, realizar, executar / to do over = fazer de novo; refazer = to do gain; "you'll have to do over the work; it's a mess" / to do without = não precisar de; dispensar; "I can probably do without a car when I go to New York on vacation as it is quite easy to get around by simply using the subway"BAS
251dob (to)trair, delatar, dedurar, denunciarADV
252dockcais, doca, ancoradouro = wharf; pier; quay; floating dock = cais flutuanteBAS
253docketrecibo de entrega; súmula, sumário, boleto, pauta = a brief written summary of a documentADV
254doctormédico; doutor / doctor's office = consultório / doctor's degree = doutoradoBAS
255document / documentationdocumento = paper / to issue a paper = emitir um documento / documentaçãoBAS
256dodge (to)esquivar, evitar, fugir, sonegar = to avoid, evade, or elude, especially by dishonest or unlawful means; "they accused him of dodging his taxes"ADV
257dodgysuspeito, perigoso, arriscado, não seguro = suspicious, risky, dangerous, not reliable; "dodgy place"; "dodgy situation"INTERM
258doefêmea de vários animais (veado, coelho, canguru); (obs.: buck = macho)INTERM
259dog (n) / dog (to)cachorro // seguir, perseguir = to hunt or track like a hound; "this problem has been dogging me for days"BAS
260doldrumsabatimento, estagnação, calmaria / to be in the doldrums = estar abatido (person); estar estagnado, parado (business)ADV
261domaindomínio; área de estudo = field of activity, scope, rangeBAS
262don (to)vestir = to put on clothes; "to don one's gloves"ADV
263donkey burro, asno = assBAS
264donut; doughnutrosquinha de massa fritaINTERM
265doodle (to) / doodle (n)rabiscar = to draw or scribble idly / rabisco INTERM
266doom (n) / doom (to)destino, julgamento final = fate; destiny / doomsday = Juízo Final // condenar / to be doomed to = estar destinado a, estar fadado a INTERM
267doorporta / swinging door = porta giratória / doorman = doorkeeper = porteiroBAS
268dope (n) / dope (to) / doping 1) droga, maconha = a narcotic or illegal drug, marijuana // 2) dica, macete = information; "what's the latest dope?" // dopar, drogar = to drug // doping = illegal drug-taking (sports); "one of the cyclists was disqualified for doping" INTERM
269dormantinativo, dormente, sonolento = inactive, such as in sleep; "dormant seeds"; "dormant volcano"ADV
270dormitory dormitórioINTERM
271dot / dotted1) ponto = a small round mark used in orthography or punctuation; point; "put a dot over the i" / 2) ponto, pontinho, mancha pequena = speck; "she bought a blue dress with white dots on it" / on the dot = na hora certa = sharp; "she arrived at six on the dot" /// pontilhado; "sign on the dotted line"BAS
272double (adj) / double (to)dobro, duplo; / double bed = cama de casal / double room = quarto de casal / to be double what used to be = ser o dobro do que era // dobrar, duplicarBAS
273doughmassa de farinha; massa para cozinhar; "the baker shaped the dough and left it to rise"INTERM
274dour 1) severo, austero = grim, severe, stern, harsh "she gave us a dour look" / 2) triste, melancólico, sorumbático = gloomyADV
275douse (to)embeber, ensopar = to plunge or be plunged into water or some other liquidADV
276dovepomba, pombo = pigeonBAS
277dovetail (n) / dovetail (to)cauda de andorinha (carpintaria); "the antique piece of furniture has beautiful dovetails" / encaixar = to join or fit together harmoniouslyADV
278downstairsno andar de baixoBAS
279downtowncentro da cidade = the main business section of a city / CBD (Australia)BAS
280downyfelpudo, penugento = covered with soft fine hair or feathersADV
281dowry dote = the money, goods, etc., that a wife brings to her husband at marriageINTERM
282doze (to)cochilar, dormitar, tirar um cochilo = to sleep lightly, to take a nap, to slumber, to snoozeADV
283drab 1) sombrio, triste, opaco, apagado, sem-graça = lacking brightness or interest; not colorful, dreary, cheerless; "the landscape was drab and gray"; "the young girl was wearing drab clothes" / 2) monótono = boring; "a drab life" ADV
284draft (US); draught (UK) / draft (to) 1) esboço; minuta, rascunho = a preliminary outline of a document, book, speech, etc; / rough draft = rascunho = rough copy, scratch // 2) chope = draft beer; "this is draft beer; it isn't from a bottle" // 3) saque; "a draft for $100 = um saque de $100" // 4) recrutamento (military service) /// 1) esboçar; rascunharBAS
285drag (to) arrastar = to draw slowly or heavily; to haul // drag and drop = arrastar e soltar; "hold down the mouse button and drag the object's edge"BAS
286drain (to) / drain (n)drenar; escoar // dreno, cano de esgoto = sewerBAS
287draw (to); drew; drawn / drawing1) desenhar // 2) puxar, tirar, extrair, sacar // 3) empatar = to tie / to draw a check = emitir um cheque / to draw interest = render juros / to draw a conclusion = tirar uma conclusão / to draw lots = sortear, tirar sorte / to draw near = aproximar-se /// 1) desenho; "drawing is one of my favourite activities" / drawing-board = prancheta / drawing pad = bloco de desenho / drawing room = sala de visitas // 2) sorteio, extração de loteria = the process of deciding something by drawing lotsBAS
288drawback1) obstáculo; empecilho; desvantagem / 2) reembolso de direitos alfandegáriosINTERM
289drawergavetaBAS
290drawlfala ou sotaque arrastado = a slow, lazy way of speaking; "a Texas drawl"ADV
291dread (n) / dread (to) / dreadful pavor, horror = terror // temer, recear // 1) pavoroso, terrível = causing great and oppressive fear; awful; "dreadful storm"; "a dreadful accident" / 2) horroroso, horrível = extremely bad, distasteful, unpleasant, shocking; "dreadful idea"; "dreadful behavior"; "dreadful scandal"; "a dreadful hat"INTERM
292dream (n) / dream (to)sonho / sonharBAS
293dreary1) sombrio, triste, melancólico = gloomy, drab; "dreary day"; "it was a gray, dreary morning" / 2) monótono, chato = boring; "dreary work"INTERM
294drench (to)encharcar, ensopar, embeber = to soakADV
295dress1) vestido / nightdress = camisola // 2) vestimenta, traje / casual dress = roupas esportivasBAS
296dressing1) molho para salada = a sauce, especially for salad or other cold foods // 2) curativo = material (as ointment or gauze) applied to cover a lesion BAS
297drift (n) / drift (to) 1) rumo, direção / 2) tendência, intenção = trend, tendency / 3) correnteza // 1) flutuar, vagar, ser levado, passar em brancas nuvens "he's just drifting thru life"BAS
298driftervagabundo, andarilhoADV
299drill (to) / drill (n) / drilling1) furar, perfurar = to bore; to pierce // 2) exercitar, treinar = to instruct; train /// 1) broca, perfuratriz, furadeira = tool for boring holes / drill tool; electric drill = furadeira elétrica // 2) exercício (repetição frequente) /// perfuraçãoBAS
300drink (to); drank; drunk / drink (n)beber / bebida (normalmente alcoolica) = beverageBAS
301drive (to); drove; driven / drive (n)1) dirigir, guiar, pilotar; "would you like to drive my new car?" // 2) levar de carro; "could you drive me to the station?" // 3) impulsionar / driving force = força motriz, força propulsora /// 1) passeio de carro; volta de carro; "the drive was really tiring" // 2) tração, "4-wheel drive jeep" // 3) drive (computador) = a device for reading or writing on media / flash-drive = USB drive = pen-driveBAS
302drivermotorista / driver's license = carteira de motorista; driving test = exame de motoristaBAS
303drizzle (n) / drizzle (to)garoa, chuvisco / garoar, chuviscarINTERM
304droop (to) / drooping1) inclinar, pender, murchar (flor) = to fade, to wither, to wilt; "the flowers drooped in the heat" / 2) esmorecer, desfalecer // pendurado, pendente; "the flowers were drooping because of the hot weather"ADV
305drop (n) / drop (to) gota // 1) deixar cair / 2) baixar, reduzir (preço, voz, olhos, etc); "the wind has dropped" / 3) omitir letra (ao escrever, soletrar) / 4) gotejar / 5) deixar (saltar, descer); "where shall I drop you?" / to drop a line = mandar carta / to drop back later = voltar mais tarde / to drop in (by) = visitar informalmente, aparecer / to drop off = deixar pessoas em algum lugar; desembarcarBAS
306drought [draut]secaBAS
307drown (to)afogar; "she drowned in the pond"BAS
308drum / drumstambor / bateria (instrumento de percussão); "he plays drums and guitar"BAS
309drunkbêbado = intoxicatedBAS
310drutherspreferênciasADV
311dub (to)1) dublar = to provide (a motion-picture film) with a new sound track and especially dialogue in a different language; "a dubbed film" // 2) apelidarINTERM
312duck (n) / duck (to)pato // desviar, esquivar, esconder-se; "when the shooting started, we ducked behind a car"BAS
313dud (n) / dud (adj)1) fracasso, fiasco; "the movie turned out to be a dud" / 2) defeituoso, enguiçado; "a dud phone"ADV
314dudecara = man, guy, fellow; "he's a cool dude = ele é um cara legal"; "ask that dude over there"INTERM
315duevencido (prazo) / due bills = contas vencidas / due date = data de vencimento = date of maturity / to be due (1) = a vencer, a pagar (conta, letra); "this electric bill is due by the end of the month" / to be due (2) = ser esperado (horário); "the train is due at 5:30 p.m. / to fall due = vencer (conta, dívida) = to be due BAS
316dull1) chato, monótono, enfadonho, maçante = boring; "the class was so dull that I fell asleep" / 2) sem corte; cego = blunt, not sharp; "a dull knife" / 3) nublado = not bright, intense, or clear; "a dull, cloudy day"BAS
317dumb1) estúpido, obtuso = lacking intelligence or good judgment; stupid, silly; "what a dumb idea!" // 2) mudo = lacking the power of speech; mute (obs.: when applied to persons who cannot speak, dumb has come to be considered offensive; the best word is mute)BAS
318dummy (n) / dummy (adj)1) imbecil, idiota = a stupid person; fool // 2) manequim; "there were three dummies in the shop window" // 3) chupeta (criança) = pacifier // simulado, fictício; dummy data = dados simulados; "the researchers used dummy statistics to run the model"INTERM
319dump (to) / dump (n) / dumping1) esvaziar, descarregar, jogar fora = to empty; to unload / 2) vender abaixo do custo // 1) depósito de lixo / 2) venda abaixo do custo // liquidação ou venda de mercadorias por preços até abaixo do custo para conquistar o mercadoBAS
320dung excremento animal, estrume, esterco = manureADV
321dungeonmasmorra, calabouçoADV
322dupe (n) / dupe (to)otário, trouxa, ingênuo / enganar = to deceive, to trick ADV
323duplicate / duplicate (to) duplicata; cópia; 2a. via / duplicar; fazer cópiasBAS
324durationduração = the length of time something exists; "luckily these viruses are of short duration"BAS
325duskcrepúsculo, anoitecer = sunset, twilightINTERM
326dust / dust (to)pó, poeira = a fine powder that consists of very small pieces of sand, earth, etc; "she is allergic to house dust" / dustbin = lata de lixo = garbage can, trash can, rubbish bin // tirar o póBAS
327dutchholandêsBAS
328duty1) dever, obrigação; "it is your duty to vote" / on duty = de plantão / to be on duty = estar de plantão / off duty = de folga / clerical duties = clerk duties = tarefas de escritório // 2) imposto; taxa; direito alfandegário = tax on the import or export of goods; duty-free = isento de taxa; duty-free shop; "there is a 25% duty on imported trucks"BAS
329dwarf (pl: dwarfs; dwarves)1) anão (mítico, folclórico); "Snow White and the seven dwarfs" // 2) pessoa anã = an abnormally undersized person; midgetBAS
330dwell (to) / dwelling / dweller morar, habitar = to live as a resident // moradia; habitação // morador, habitante = inhabitantINTERM
331dwindle (to)diminuir, degenerar, definhar, perder importância; "our food supply began to dwindle"ADV
332dye (n) / dye (to) tinta, corante, tintura (cabelo) / tingir (cabelo) INTERM