#ENGLISH WORDTRADUÇÃOCATEG
1vacancy / vacant (adj)1) vaga, lugar vago = a job or position that is available to be taken, opening "we have a vacancy in the accounting department" / 2) vaga (hotel, etc) = a room in a hotel, motel, etc., that is available for use; "there were no vacancies at the hotel" // vago, vazio, desocupado, não ocupado, disponível = unoccupied, void, empty "the apartment (room, restroom, house, etc) is vacant"; "he sat in the only vacant chair"; "a vacant seat on the bus"; "he was pleased to find he had a vacant hour without any meetings"; "the throne is vacant"BAS
2vacation (n) / vacation (to)férias (US) = holidays (UK) / to be on vacation = estar de férias / tirar férias; "they vacationed for two weeks = eles tiraram férias de duas semanas"BAS
3vacuumvácuo, lacuna / vacuum bottle = garrafa térmica = thermos bottle / vacuum cleaner = aspirador de pó / vacuum packed = embalado a vácuoBAS
4vainvão, inútil, infrutífero / in vain = em vão; "her efforts were all in vain"BAS
5Valentine's DayDia dos Namorados (February 14)INTERM
6valet 1) manobrista = an attendant who parks cars for guests at a hotel, restaurant, etc / 2 criado pessoal; pajem, camareiro (arc.) = a male servant who attends to the personal needs of his employerINTERM
7valid (adj) / validity / validate (to) válido = legally acceptable; not expired; effective; "a valid licence" / validade; validity check = controle de validade / validar; confirmar = to make valid, to confirm / BAS
8valleyvaleBAS
9valuablesobjetos de valor = a valuable article of personal property, especially jewelleryINTERM
10value / valuable (adj)valor = worth / face value = valor nominal / forecasted value = valor previsto / value added = valor agregado / value chain = cadeia de valor / to create value for customers // valioso, precioso = worth a great deal of money; "a valuable painting"; "valuable information"; "a valuable crop"; "most valuable to the customers"BAS
11valveválvula / escape valve = válvula de escape / safety valve = válvula de segurancaBAS
12vanfurgão, vanBAS
13vanish (to)desaparecer = to disappear, to fade away INTERM
14vanquish (to)vencer, derrotar = to win, to conquer, to defeatADV
15vapor (US); vapour (UK)vapor = steamBAS
16various vários = several, differentBAS
17vasevaso (flores) = flower potBAS
18vault / vaulted1) abóbada (teto) = an arched structure, usually of stones, concrete, or bricks, that forms a ceiling or roof / 2) cofre, caixa-forte = a room or compartment for the safekeeping of valuables, usually with a locked door and thick walls; "the bank manager unlocked the vault" / 3) câmara mortuária; catacumba = a burial chamber // abobadado = constructed or covered with a vault, as a building or chamberINTERM
19vealvitela (carne)INTERM
20veer (to)virar, mudar de direção = to shift, to change in direction, to turn / to turn away from the windADV
21vegetablelegumeBAS
22vehicleveículoBAS
23veinveiaBAS
24velvetveludoBAS
25vendor / vend (to) vendedor = a person or agency that sells // 1) vender (mascate; caixeiro-viajante) = to sell especially as a hawker or peddler / 2) vender em máquina automática = to sell by means of vending machines // vending machine = maquina de vender = a coin-operated machine for selling small articles, beverages, etcBAS
26vengeancevingança = revengeINTERM
27venisoncarne de veado = edible flesh of a deerADV
28venom1) veneno de cobras ou escorpiões, peçonha = poison // 2) maldadeINTERM
29vent (n) / vent (to)abertura, respiradouro // 1) expelir, dar saída a, exalar (ar, gases) / 2) desabafar, descarregar (emoção, ira, frustração); "he vents his anger on his wife = ele desabafa sua raiva na esposa"INTERM
30ventureempreendimento / business venture = empreendimento comercial / joint venture = empreendimento conjunto / venture capital = capital de riscoBAS
31venue local, local de evento, ponto de encontro = meeting placeBAS
32verandavaranda, alpendre = porchINTERM
33verbverboBAS
34verdant1) verdejante / 2) inexperienteADV
35vergemargem, beira = edge, rim, brink, brim, margin / on the verge of = à beira de, no ponto de; "this economy is on the verge of collapse!" / on the verge of doing = a ponto de fazerBAS
36vergersacristão, bedel = a church official who serves as sacristan, caretaker, usher, and general attendant (UK)ADV
37verseverso, versículoBAS
38version1) versão (variante alguma coisa) = release / 2) tradução (especialmente da Bíblia)BAS
39vessel1) navio, barco = a ship or boat / 2) vasilha = a container (as a bottle, kettle, cup, or bowl) for holding somethingBAS
40vestcolete = a garment worn by men on the upper part of the body, over a shirt and under a jacket; waistcoatINTERM
41veteran1) veterano = a person who has had long service or experience in an occupation, office, or the like / 2) veterano de guerra = a person who has served in a military force, especially during a war / Veterans Day = feriado em homenagem aos veteranos das guerras (November 11 - fim da Primeira Guerra Mundial)BAS
42vex (to) irritar = to annoy, to irritateADV
43viable viável = feasibleBAS
44viaduct viadutoBAS
45vibe; vibesanimação, vibração = vibrationINTERM
46vibrant vibrante = alive with vigor and energy; lively; "the vibrant life of a large city"INTERM
47viciousmau, cruel, violento; "a cruel, vicious dictator" / maldoso, malicioso; "vicious remarks"INTERM
48victory / victorious vitória, triunfo = triumph // vitorioso = winningBAS
49victualsvíveres, mantimentos = food suppliesADV
50vie (to) competir, concorrer, disputar,rivalizar / to vie for = competir por; to contend for superiorityINTERM
51view vista, panorama = scene; panorama; outlook; sights; "the sights of the city"BAS
52vile muito mau; vil = very bad; nastyADV
53village vila BAS
54vinegarvinagreBAS
55vineyardvinha, vinhedo = a planting of grapevinesINTERM
56vintage 1) antigo, clássico = representing the high quality of a past time; dating from the past; "vintage cars"; "vintage movies" // 2) vindima; colheita de uvas = grape harvest; "a 1978 vintage wine"BAS
57violet 1) violeta (flor) (Viola spp.) // 2) violeta (cor)BAS
58violin violino = fiddleBAS
59visa (n) / visa (to) visto (passaporte) = official endorsement on a passport giving the bearer permission to enter a country // visar (passaporte), referendar BAS
60visceralvisceral, instintivo, emocional = characterized by intuition or instinct rather than intellect; emotional; "a visceral novel"ADV
61vision1) vista, visão = sight, view / 2) imaginação, fantasia, fantasmaBAS
62visitorvisitanteBAS
63vixen1) raposa fêmea = a female fox / 2) megera = ill-tempered womanINTERM
64vocabularyvocabulário / vocabulary entry = verbete / to have a wide range of vocabulary = ter um vasto vocabulárioBAS
65voicevoz / voice recognition = reconhecimento de vozBAS
66void (adj) / void (to) 1) nulo; vão = without effect, useless; "the contract was declared void by the judge = o contrato foi considerado nulo pelo juiz" // 2) vazio; "the street was void of people" /// anular, invalidar = to render of no effect or validity; "he voided the tickets when we got on the bus = ele invalidou as passagens quando entramos no ônibus" BAS
67volcanovulcãoBAS
68volleyballvôleiINTERM
69volume 1) massa; quantidade = bulk; amount; "volume of exports should grow" // 2) volume (livro) = any of several books either bound in an identical format or part of a seriesBAS
70vortexvórtice = something that resembles a whirlpoolINTERM
71vote (to) / vote (n) / votervotar // voto; votação // eleitorBAS
72vouch (to) forgarantir, dar garantia, assegurar = to guarantee; "I'll vouch for his safety"ADV
73voucher voucher; comprovante = a document, receipt, stamp, etc., that gives evidence of money spent or received; "gift voucher"; "payment voucher"INTERM
74vow (n) / vow (to) [voto, promessa, juramento = solemn promise or pledge; "he made a vow to lead a better life from now on" // prometer solenemente, fazer votos = to make a solemn promise INTERM
75voyage viagem (geralmente por mar) = a long journey to a distant or unknown place especially over water or through outer space / maiden voyage = viagem inauguralBAS
76vultureurubuINTERM