baffle (to)deixar desconcertado; deixar perplexo; confundir, desconcertar, desnortear = to puzzle; "the language barrier baffled everyone and discouraged us from attempting another teleconference"
balk (n) / balk (to)tropeço, obstáculo, impedimento // 1) empacar, recusar a fazer / 2) impedir
ballsycorajoso = tough and courageous
bamboozle (to)enganar, iludir, embromar = to trick or confuse (someone); "Tom Sawyer bamboozled the neighborhood boys into doing it for him"
baneruína, perdição, desgraça, maldição; "gambling was the bane of his life"
banter (n) / banter (to)gracejo, brincadeira / gracejar, caçoar
banistercorrimão, balaústre = a structure like a fence with a bar on top that is built along the side of a set of stairs; handrail
bash (to)golpear, bater com força; "the car bashed into a tree"
bashfultímido = shy
bask (to)1) tomar sol, deitar-se ao sol = to lie or relax happily in a bright and warm place; "we sat basking in the sun" / 2) deleitar-se, regozijar-se = to enjoy the attention and good feelings expressed by others; "he stood before the audience, basking in their applause"
bawdyindecente, imoral, desbocado, obsceno = lewd, nasty, indecent
bedazzle (to)deslumbrar, ofuscar
bedriddenacamado = confined to bed by sickness or old age
beget (to)gerar = to become the father of; to procreate; "in the Bible, Isaac begat Jacob"
beguile (to)1) encantar, seduzir = to charm; "there are numerous small shops to beguile the tourist" / 2) iludir, enganar = to cheat, to deceive
behestordem, comando; "at the king's behest"
bejeweledcheio de jóias = adorned with jewels
belatedatrasado, tardio; "a belated birthday card"
belay (n) / belay (to)ponto de amarração, segurança // amarrar = to attach (a rope) to something so that it is secure; "the climber belayed the rope"
belie (to)desmentir, contradizer
bellow, toberrar, bramir, mugir
bemoan (to)1) lamentar, deplorar / 2) queixar, reclamar
bemuse (to) / bemusedconfundir, tontear / confuso, perplexo
berate, tocensurar, repreender
bereftdesprovido, despojado = deprived; "his latest idea is utterly bereft of common sense"
beseech, toimplorar, suplicar
bestride (to)montar, cavalgar = to stand or sit with one leg on each side of (something):
betrothal / betroth (to)noivado, contrato de casamento / contratar casamento
bevyvários, bando, rebanho = a large group or collection "a bevy of scientists"; "a bevy of girls"
billow, tocrescer, inchar
binge1) comilança, bebedeira = a time in which one eats or drinks a great deal / 2) farra = a period of time in which an activity is done a great deal or too much; "a shopping binge before Christmas"
blanch1) alvejar, branquear / 2) empalidecer
blandsem sabor; insípido, insosso
blare, to / blaringretumbar, retinir / estridente; "blaring traffic"
blatant / blatantlyóbvio, escancarado, descarado, evidente = very obvious and noticeable in a bad way "a blatant error" // descaradamente
blobgota, borrão, mancha; "he spilled a blob of paint on the floor"
blotchmancha na pele; "an allergic reaction left my face covered in pink blotches"
blurt (to)deixar escapar; falar sem pensar = say (something) suddenly and without careful consideration; "he blurted (out) the secret"
bluster1) tormenta, violência de tempestade / 2) bravata, fanfarrice
bob (to)vir à tona; flutuar = to move (something) quickly down and up
boggle (to)espantar, surpreender
bogusfalso, artificial, ficticio = counterfeit, not genuine
botch / botch (to)estrago, remendo, serviço malfeito / estragar, fazer malfeito = to spoil, to repair badly
boulderpedregulho = a large rock, typically one that has been worn smooth by erosion
bowdlerize (to)censurar livros, filmes, etc = to remove passages or words regarded as indecent from (a play, novel, etc); expurgate
brambleamora-silvestre (gen. Rubus spp.)
brashatrevido, audacioso, abusado
bravadobravata, fanfarrice
brawl (n) / brawl (to)briga, pancadaria / brigar
brazenlydescaradamente, indecentemente
brocadebrocado (tecido de seda com bordados a ouro e/ou prata)
broodypensativo, taciturno, melancólico
budge (to)mexer-se; mover-se; sair do lugar; "I can't make the rock budge even a little bit!"
buff1) bege (cor) = a light to moderate yellow / 2) aficcionado, entusiasta = person who is very interested in or enthusiastic about a particular subject; "he's such a film buff that he owns over 3,000 movies"; film buff = cinéfilo; history buff; tennis buff
buffet (n) / buffet (to)bufê / bater, golpear, fustigar (vento); "the rough seas buffeted the coast"; "strong winds buffeted the little boat and it almost capsized"
bullhornmegafone = a high-powered, electrical loudspeaker; megaphone
bungle (n) / bungle (to)erro, asneira / estragar, escangalhar
bunkbeliche = a bed built into the wall, as on a ship, with one on top of another; "there were four bunks in the campers' cabin"
burgeon (n) / burgeon (to) / burgeoningbroto, botão, rebento (planta) = bud, sprout // crescer, desenvolver, florescer; "the town was burgeoning into a city" // florescente, em flor, em desenvolvimento
burlyforte, robusto
burp (n) / burp (to)arroto = belch / arrotar = to belch
bystanderobservador, espectador = a person who is standing near but not taking part in what is happening