#ENGLISH WORDTRADUÇÃOCATEG
1jabmurro, golpeINTERM
2jacketblazer, paletó, jaqueta = blazerBAS
3jail cadeia, prisão = prisonBAS
4jam (n) / jam (to)1) geleia, compota = jelly (obs.: marmalade = geleia de laranja) / 2) engarrafamento = traffic jam; "he was late to work after being stuck in a jam for three hours" / 3) jam session = concerto improvisado de jazz = an informal performance of a group of musicians, especially jazz musician // 1) emperrar, travar; "the printer jammed again" / 2) congestionar, entupir, encher; "the news caused panic and jammed the phone lines"BAS
5jangle (to)retinir, tinir, zunir; "suddenly the alarm jangled and I woke up"ADV
6janitor zelador = caretakerINTERM
7jar (n) / jar (to)jarra, pote = a widemouthed container made typically of earthenware or glass; pot; "she kept her cookies in a jar on the shelf" // sacudir, balançarBAS
8jarringforte, irritante, chocante; "jarring sound"; "jarring color"ADV
9jasmine jasmim INTERM
10jaunty1) garboso, que tem estilo = stylish / 2) animado, vivoADV
11jeer (to) atzombar de = to mock at; to sneer at; to scoff at; "the crowd began to jeer at the speaker"ADV
12jellygeleia, gelatinaBAS
13jeopardy / jeopardize (to)perigo, risco = danger, risk, hazard, peril; "his health was in jeopardy" / arriscar INTERM
14jerk (1) / jerk (to) / jerky (adj)1) solavanco, sacudida, puxão; "the train started with a jerk" / 2) idiota, babaca = a foolish, stupid person // knee jerk = reflexo do joelho // sacudir, dar solavanco, puxar rapidamente / to jerk off = masturbar // agitado, convulsivo, espasmódico = having or moving with jerks or sudden starts; "jerky movements" INTERM
15jerk (2) ; jerky (2)carne seca, charque = meat, especially beef, that has been cut in strips and preserved by drying in the sunINTERM
16jest (to) / jest (n)brincar, gracejar, zombar = to make a jest / gracejo, brincadeira, pilhéria, gozação = jokeADV
17jesterbobo da corte, palhaço = a professional fool or clown, especially at a court in medieval timesADV
18jet avião a jato = jet plane // jet lag = fadiga de voo; sensação de cansaço que as pessoas têm após longas horas de voo, especialmente quando chegam a um lugar com grande diferença de fuso horário.BAS
19jettison (to)alijar, descartar = to throw (cargo, supplies, etc.) overboard from a boat or aircraft to lighten it or make it stable in an emergency:ADV
20jewel / jewellerjóia / jewel case = estojo de jóias // joalheiroBAS
21jingle( to) / jingle (n)tinir, retinir, ressoar // 1) tinido / 2) jingle; curta mensagem; "that new toothpaste jingle is awfully catchy"INTERM
22jitter (to) / jittersestar nervoso, agir de maneira nervosa = to be extremely nervous // temor, receio, medo, sensação de pânico = a feeling of fright / to get the jitters = ficar nervoso; "he had a bad case of the jitters before his performance"ADV
23jobemprego, serviço / good job! = bom trabalho! (interj) / great job = excelente trabalho; "you did a great job on your math test" / dream job = emprego dos sonhos / full-time job = trabalho em tempo integral; part-time job = trabalho em meio expediente / hard job, tough job = trabalho dificil; "long haul trucking is a hard job" / job-hopping = mudança constante de emprego / nasty job = tarefa desagradável / odd job = biscate, bico, trabalho esporádico; "he worked at odd jobs = ele fazia biscates" / on-the-job training = estágio / well-paying job = emprego bem-remunerado / to apply for a job = candidatar-se a um emprego / to get a job = arrumar um emprego / to have a job = ter um emprego / to take a job = aceitar um empregoBAS
24jobberintermediario = middleman; go-between; intermediary, wholesaler who sells to dealersADV
25jockeyjóqueiBAS
26jog (to) / jog (n); jogging fazer cooper; fazer jogging // corrida leve; caminhada a passos rápidos (exercício);cooper = running at a slow regular pace usually over a long distance as part of an exercise routine INTERM
27join (to)1) unir; juntar // 2) reunir; associar-se / to join a company = entrar em uma companhia; "I joined IBM in 2007 = entrei para IBM em 2007"BAS
28joint (n) / joint (adj)1) junta; articulação; "Peter injured a finger joint when he tried to catch the ball" // 2) junção = the place at which two things or parts are joined // (adj) conjunto; joint account = conta conjunta; joint venture = negócio conjunto; "a joint effort"BAS
29joisttravessa, trave, viga, caibro = small parallel beams of wood, steel, or reinforced concrete that support a floor or ceilingADV
30joke (n) / joke (to) piada, brincadeira, gracejo = jest / to crack a joke = contar uma piada = to play a joke // gracejar, brincar, caçoar, zombar BAS
31jolly alegre = glad, joyful, joyousBAS
32jolt (n) / jolt (to) sacudida, solavanco / sacudir ADV
33jostle (to)empurrar, dar cotoveladas; dar encontrão = to bump against, push, or elbow roughly or rudely; "passengers arriving and departing, jostling one another"ADV
34jot (to)rabiscar, anotar = to write briefly or hurriedly; "he paused to jot a few notes on a slip of paper" / to jot down = anotar = to write down INTERM
35journal / journalist1) jornal; periódico = academic periodical / 2) registro diário = a book in which a daily record of happenings is kept; daily record, diary, record of transactions, log // jornalistaBAS
36journeyviagem; jornada (movimento de um lugar ao outro) = an act or instance of traveling from one place to another; "did you have a good trip? yes, the journey there and the hotel were good but the journey back was awful"BAS
37joy / joyful alegria = glee, mirth, gaiety, cheerfulness, gladness / alegre = full of joy; glad, delighted, cheerful, jolly, merry, joyous, gleeful; "the family was joyful when they heard the news"BAS
38joyousalegre, feliz, jubiloso = glad, cheerfel, jolly; "the joyous sounds of children at play"INTERM
39judge (n) / judge (to) / judgementjuiz / judge's order = mandado judicial // julgar; to judge from appearances = julgar pelas aparências // julgamentoBAS
40jugjarro = a large container for liquids, usually having a handle and a narrow neck; "a jug of wine"BAS
41juggle (to) / jugglerfazer malabarismos / malabaristaINTERM
42juicesuco / orange juice; apple juiceBAS
43jumble (n) / jumble (to)amontoado, misturada, mixórdia / misturar = to mingle (objects, papers, etc) in a state of disorderADV
44jump (to) / jump (n)saltar, pular = to leap, to skip, to spring, to bound // salto; pulo = leap, spring BAS
45jumpercolete, blusa sem mangas, suéter = a pullover sweaterINTERM
46jungleselva = an impenetrable thicket or tangled mass of tropical vegetation BAS
47junktrastes, velharia, porcaria, lixo = anything regarded as worthless; trash, garbage, rubbish; "he threw away all of his junk when he moved"; "there's nothing but junk on the TV" / junk food = porcaria, comida não-saudávelBAS
48jury / jurorjúri / jurado = member of a juryBAS
49jut (n) / jut (to)saliência, ressalto, projeção // ressaltar, salientar, avançar / to jut out = sair, se projetar (anatomia); "his right leg was broken and the bone was jutting out"ADV