Interlingua English Dictionary revised in plain ascii format



Download 5.38 Mb.
Page4/79
Date29.01.2017
Size5.38 Mb.
#12606
1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   ...   79

albinismo = {n} albinism

albino = {n} albino

albricoc = {n} apricot {Hence:} albricochiero

albricoch- = {see} `albricoc'

albricochiero = {n} apricot tree

album (ál-) = {n} album

albumina (-úmina) = {n} [Biochem.] albumin

albumine = {n} albumen (1. white of an egg 2. [Bot.]) {Hence:} albuminoide; albuminose; albuminuria etc.; albumina

albuminoide = {adj} albuminoid, albuminoidal

albuminoide = {n} [Biochem.] albuminoid

albuminose = {adj} albuminous, albuminose

albumin-uria = {n} [Pathol.] albuminuria

al(c)-' [occurring in compounds] some-, any- (= †`ali(c)-') {Hence:} alco; alcun etc.; alcuno etc.; alquando etc.

alca = {n} [Ornith.] auk

alcal- = {see} `alcali'

alcalde [H] = {n} alcalde (= mayor of a Spanish town, etc.)

alcali (ál-) = [Chem.] alkali; `alcali volatile' ammonia {Hence:} alcalin-alcalinitate, alcalino; alcaloide; alcalizar-alcalization; alcalimetro etc.

alcali-metro (-í-) = {n} alkalimeter

alcalin = {adj} alkaline

alcalinitate = {n} alkalinity

alcalino = {n} alkaline

alcalizar = {v} to alkalize

alcalization = {n} alkalization

alcaloide = {n} alkaloid

alce = {n} [Zool.] elk

alchimia (-ía) = {n} alchemy Hencc: alchimista; alchimic

alchimic = {adj} alchemical

alchimista = {n} alchemist

[alco] = {pron} something, anything; adv somewhat (= alique)

alcohol [NL] = {n} alcohol {Hence:} alcoholismo; alcoholic-alcoholico; alcoholizar-alcoholization; chloral etc.

alcoholic = {adj} alcoholic

alcoholico = {n} alcoholic

alcoholizar = {v} to alcoholize

alcoholization = {n} alcoholization

alcoholismo = {n} alcoholism

alcova = {n} alcove (= recessed portion of a room)

*alcun = {adj} some, any; {also:} a few (= alicun)

*alcuno = {indef pron} someone, anyone (= alicuno)

ale [A] = {n} ale

alerta = {n} [Mil.] alert {Hence:} alerte

alerte = {adj} alert (= vigilant)

aletta = {n} 1. small wing, winglet; 2. (small) wingshaped appendage (= flange, rib, fin, etc.)

aleut = {n} Aleut {Hence:} aleutic; Aleutas

Aleutas = {nprpl} Aleutians

aleutic = {adj} Aleutian; `Insulas Aleutic' Aleutian Islands

Alexandra = {nprf} Alexandra

Alecandria = {npr} Alexandria

alexandrian = {adj} Alexandrian (= of Alexandria)

alexandrin = {adj} I. Alexandrian (1. of Alexandria; 2. of Alexander the Great); II. [Pros.] Alexandrine

alexandrino = {n} [Pros.] Alexandrine

Alexandro = {nprm} Alexander {Hence:} Alexandria-alexandrian, alexandrin-alexandrino; Alexandra

alga = {n} alga

algebra (ál-) = {n} algebra {Hence:} algebrista; algebric

algebric = {adj} algebraic, algebraical

algebrista = {n} algebrist

Alger = {npr} 1. Alger; 2. Algiers {Hence:} Algeria-algerian-algeriano

Algeria = {npr} Algeria

algerian = {adj} Algerian, Algerine

algeriano = {n} Algerian

algesia (-ía) = {n} [Med.] algesia (= sensitivity to pain) {Hence:} analgesia-analgesic

-algia (-ía) = [occurring in compounds] -algia (= pain)

algo- = {n} [occurring in derivatives and compounds] algo-, alg- (= pain) {Hence:} algia-analgia-analgic, neuralgia etc.; nostalgia etc.; algometro etc.

algometria (-ía) = {n} [Psychol.] algometry (= measurement of sensitivity to pain)

algometric = {adj} [Psychol.] algometric

algo-metro (-ómetro) = {n} [Psychol.] algometer {Hence:} alometria; algometric

[alia] [L] = {npl} other things; `inter alia' inter alia, among other things

-alia = {suffixo substantive} [used with nouns] (= worthless collection of ...s) {Hence:} ferralia etc.

alias (ál-) = {adv} 1. otherwise (= in another manner); 2. alias; 3. at another time

alibi (ál-) = {adv} elsewhere

alibi (ál-) = {n} alibi

alibile = {adj} nutritive, nourishing, alible {Hence:} alibilitate

alibilitate = {n} alibility

†ali(c)-' [occurring in compounds] any-, some- {Hence:} alique etc.; aliquando etc.; alicubi etc.; alicun etc.; [aliquid] etc.; [aliqua] etc.

alicubi (-ícubi) = {adv} 1. somewhere; 2. anywhere as in ("did you see him anywhere?")

†alicun = {adj} some, any; {also:} a few; `alicun cosa' something, anything {Hence:} †alicuno

†alicuno = {indef pron} someone, somebody; anyone, anybody

[alie] = {adj} other

alien = {adj} alien (= differing in nature) {Hence:} alienismo; alienista; alienar-alienabile-alienabilitate, inalienabile-inalienabilitate, alienation, alienator, alienate-alienatario

alienabile = {adj} alienable

alienabilitate = {n} alienability

alienar = {v} to alienate (1. to transfer ownership of; 2. to estrange)

alienatario = {n} alienee

alienate = 1 {pp} of `alienar'; 2. {adj} insane

alienation = {n} alienation (1. transfer of ownership to another; 2. estrangement; 3. insanity)

alienator = {n} alienator

alienismo = {n} [Med.] alienism

alienista = {n} alienist

alimentar = {v} to feed

alimentari = {adj} alimentary

alimentation = {n} nourishment, alimentation

alimentator = {n} feeder, alimenter

alimento = {n} food; `alimentos' allowance; specif.: alimony {Hence:} alimentari; alimentose; alimentar-alimentation, alimentator, subalimentar-subalimentation, superalimentar-superalimentation

alimentose = {adj} nutritious

alineamento = {n} alignment (= action of aligning)

alinear = {v} to align (= to range or place in a line) {Hence:} alineamento

[ali-qua] (ál-) = {adv} 1. somewhere; 2. somehow

alquando = {adv} at some time or other,;at any time; sometime; in future time

alquanto = {adv} somewhat, to some degree

[ali-quid] (ál-) = {pron} something

[aliquot] (ál-) = {adj/indef pron} some, several, a few

alizari = {n} madder root {Hence:} alizarina

alizarina = {n} alizarin, madder root

all- = {adj} [occurring in compounds] allo-, all- (= other) {Hence:} allotrope etc.

allactamento = {n} (act of) suckling, nursing

allactar = {v} to suckle, nurse {Hence:} allactamento

allargamento = {n} widening, broadening

allargar = {v} to widen (= to make broad(er))

allectar = {v} to lay up (through illness) {Hence:} allectate

allectate = 1 {pp} of `allectar'; 2. {adj} bedridden

allée [F] = {n} avenue, walk, alley

allegar = {v} to allege (= to bring forward as an argument or excuse) {Hence:} allegation

allegation = {n} [Law] allegation

allegoria (-ía) = {n} allegory {Hence:} allegorista; allegoric; allegorizar-allegorization, allegorizator

allegoric = {adj} allegoric, allegorical

allegorizar = {v} to allegorize

allegorization = {n} allegorization

allegorizator = {n} allegorizer

allegorista = {n} allegorist

allegrar = {v} to cheer up, brighten up (= to make gay or cheerful); `allegrar se' to rejoice

allegre = {adj} gay, sprightly; merry; cheerful {Hence:} allegressa; allegrar; allegro-allegretto

allegressa = {n} gayness, sprightliness; merriness; cheerfulness

allegretto = {n} [Mus.] allegretto

allegro = {n} [Mus.] allegro

alleluia (-ya) = alleluia, hallelujah

allergia (-ía) = {n} [Pathol.] allergy {Hence:} allergic

allergic = {adj} [Pathol.] allergic

allerta = {n} alert, alarm

allertar = {v} to give the alarm to, alarm

allerte = {adj} alert, watchful {Hence:} allerta-allertar

alleviar = {v} to lighten (= to make less heavy); {also:} to alleviate {Hence:} alleviation; alleviator

alleviation = {n} lightening (= making less heavy); {also:} alleviation

alleviator = {n} lightener; {also:} alleviator

alliantia = {n} alliance; `le arca del alliantia' the Ark of the Covenant

alliar = {v} to ally; `alliar se' to form an alliance {Hence:} alliantia; alliato

alliato = {n} ally

alligar = {v} 1. to bind, attach (to); 2. to alloy (as in "to alloy silver with copper") {Hence:} alligato

alligato = {n} alloy

alligator [A] = {n} alligator

allio = {n} garlic

alliterar = {v} to alliterate {Hence:} alliteration

alliteration = {n} alliteration

allitter- = {see} `alliter-'

allocut- = {see} `alloquer'

allocution = {n} allocution

allongamento = {n} (act of) lengthening

allongar = {v} to lengthen (= to make longer); `allongar (le bracio)' to stretch out (one's arm) {Hence:} allongamento

allo-pathe (-ó-) = {n} allopath

allo-pathia (-ía) = {n} allopathy

alloquer [-loqu-/-locut-] = {v} to pronounce an allocution {Hence:} allocution

allo-trope (-ótrope) = {adj} 1. [Chem.] allotropic; 2. [Zoo.] allotropous {Hence:} allotropia; allotropic; allotropo

allotropia (-ía) = {n} [Chem.] allotropy

allotropic = {adj} [Chem.] allotropic

allotropo (-ótropo) = {n} [Chem.] allotrope

all right [A]' all right

allu- = {v} [occurring in derivatives] {Hence:} alluvion; alluvial

alluder [-lud-/-lus-] = {v} to allude {Hence:} allusion; allusive

allus- = {see} `alluder'

allusion = {n} allusion; `facer allusion a' to allude to

allusive = {adj} allusive; alluding

alluv- = {see} `allu-'

alluvial = {adj} alluvial

alluvion = {n} 1. inundation; alluvion; 2. alluvium

alma mater [L] = alma mater

almanac = {n} almanac

almosna = {n} alms; `facer almosna' to give alms {Hence:} almosnero; almosneria; almosniera

almosneria (-ía] = {n} almonry

almosnero = {n} almoner; almsgiver

almosniera = {n} alms purse, alms bag

aloda(?) = {n} lark (= singing bird of the family Alaudidae)

*alora = {adv} then (1. at that time; 2. in that case, consequently)

Alpes = {nprpl} Alps {Hence:} alpestre; alpin-alpinismo, alpinista, cisalpin, transalpin-transalpino

alpestre = {adj} Alpine, Alpestrine

alpha = {n} alpha (= the first letter of the Greek alphabet); `alpha e omega' alpha and omega; `particula alpha' alpha particle; `radio alpha' alpha ray {Hence:} alphabeto etc.

alphabetic = {adj} alphabetical

alphabetizar = {v} to alphabetize

alphabetization = {n} alphabetization

alpha-beto = {n} alphabet {Hence:} alphabetic; alphabetizar-alphabetization; analphabete-analphabetismo, analphabeto-analphabetic

alpin = {adj} Alpine, alpine; {also:} [Ethnol.]

alpinismo = {n} Alpinism; mountaineering

alpinista = {n} Alpinist; Alpine climber

*alque = †alique (ál-) = {pron} something, anything; {adv} somewhat

[al-quando] = {adv} at some time or other; at any time; sometime; in future time (= aliquando)

*alquanto = {adv} somewhat, to some degree (= aliquanto)

Alsatia = {npr} Alsace {Hence:} alsatian-alsatiano

alsatian = {adj} Alsatian

alsatiano = {n} Alsatian

[alsi] (-í) = {adv} 1. also, too; 2. likewise, moreover, furthermore

Altai (-ái) = {npr} Altai (1. Altai mountains; 2. Altai region) {Hence:} altaic-uraloaltaic etc.

altaic (-áic) = {adj} Altaic

altar = {n} altar

alte = {adj} 1. high; 2. loud; `in alte voce' aloud (1. not in a whisper; 2. loudly) {Hence:} altessa; altitude; exaltar &; altiar &; altimetro etc.; altisone etc.; altisonante etc.; altoparlator etc.; alto-contralto

alterabile = {adj} alterable

alterar = {v} 1. to alter (= to make different); 2. to adulterate; `su voce se alterava (con emotion)' his voice broke (with emotion)

alteration = {n} 1. alteration; 2. adulteration (= action of adulterating)

altercar = {v} to quarrel, wrangle, altercate {Hence:} altercation

altercation = {n} altercation

altere = {adj} other (1. additional; 2. different); `un altere' another; `le un le altere, le unes le alteres' one another, each other; `altere vice' a second time, once again, once more {Hence:} alterne &; alterar-alterabile-inalterabile-inalterabilitate, alteration; altruismo; altruista; [alterubi] etc.; [unaltere] etc.; sesquialtere etc.

alternar = {v} to alternate (1. to do by turns; 2. to occur by turns)

alternate = {adj} alternate, alternating

alternation = {n} alternation

alternativa = {n} 1. alternation; 2. alternative (= choice between two possible things or lines of action)

alternative = {adj} 1. alternate, alternating; 2. alternative; `currente alternative' alternating current

alterne = {adj} [Math., Bot.] alternate; `angulos alterne' alternate angles {Hence:} alternar-alternation, alternative-alternativa, alternate; subalterne

[alter-ubi] (-érubi) = {adv} elsewhere

altessa = {n} Highness

altiamento = {n} (act of) raising or lifting

altiar = {v} to raise (1. to make higher; 2. to raise the position or level of); `altiar le voce' to raise one's voice {Hence:} altiamento; realtiar

alti-metro (-í-) = {n} altimeter

alti-sonante = {adj} altisonant, high-sounding

alti-sone = {adj} altisonant, high-sounding

altitude = {n} 1. altitude; 2. height; `al altitude del (situation, etc.)' equal to (the situation, etc.); `al altitude de (un capo, un insula, etc.)' off (a cape, an island, etc.)

alto = {n} I. top, upper part; II. [Mus.] alto (1. contralto voice; 2. tenor violin); `le altos e (le) bassos' the ups and downs; `in alto' 1. upward(s), up; {also:} upstairs; 2. (up) on top; {also:} upstairs; `de alto a basso' 1. from the top to the bottom; 2. from top to bottom, from top to toe

alto-parlator = {n} loud-speaker

altru- = {see} `altere'

altruismo = {n} altruism

altruista = {n} altruist

aluminium (-ínium) = {n} aluminum, aluminium

alveo = {n} trough, tub; {also:} bathtub {Hence:} alveolo-alveolari, alveolate

alveolari = {adj} 1. cell-like; honeycomb (as in "honeycomb pattern"); 2. [Anat.] alveolar

alveolate = {adj} honeycombed, pitted, alveolate

alveolo (-éolo) = {n} 1. cell (of a honeycomb); 2. socket (of a tooth)

am- = {see} `ammoniaco'

amabile = {adj} lovable, amiable

amabilitate = {n} amiability

amalgama (-m l-) = {n} amalgam {Hence:} amalgamar-amalgamation, amalgamator

amalgamar = {v} to amalgamate (1. [Metal.]; 2. to combine, consolidate)

amalgamation = {n} amalgamation (1. union, consolidation; 2. [Metal.])

amalgamator = {n} amalgamator

amandola (-ándola) = {n} almond {Hence:} amandoliero

amandoliero = {n} almond-tree

amante = {n} lover, paramour

amar (1) = {adj} bitter {Hence:} amaritude; amarizar

amar (2) = {v} to love; {also:} to like, be fond of, etc. {Hence:} amante; amabile-amabilitate; amator; amatori; amate

amarage (-aje) = {n} [Aeronaut.] action of alighting on water

amarar = {v} [Aeronaut.] to alight on water {Hence:} amarage

amarizar = {v} to make bitter; to embitter

amaritude = {n} bitterness

amassamento = {n} amassment

amassar = {v} to amass {Hence:} amassamento; amassator

amassator = {n} amasser

amate = 1 {pp} of `amar (2)'; 2. {adj} beloved

amateur [F] = {n} amateur

amator = {v} lover (= one who has a strong liking for something)

amatori = {adj} amatory

Amazon = {npr} Amazon (1. Gr. Mythol.]; 2. [Geog.]); `amazon' amazon, horsewoman; {also:} virago {Hence:} amazonie

amazonie = {adj} Amazonian (1. pertaining to the Amazons; 2. pertaining to the Amazon river)

ambass- = {v} [occurring in derivatives] {Hence:} ambassada; ambassator

ambassada = {n} embassy

ambassator = {n} ambassador

ambe = {adj} both; ambes pron. both

ambidextere, ambidextre = {adj} ambidextrous

ambiente = {adj} ambient, surrounding ambiente {n} environment (= all of the surrounding conditions and influences)

ambigue = {adj} ambiguous {Hence:} ambiguitate; inambigue-inambiguitate

ambiguitate = {n} ambiguity (1. double or dubious meaning; 2. ambiguous expression)

ambir = {v} 1. to go round (something), surround; 2. to go round after, solicit {Hence:} ambiente; ambition &; ambito

ambition = {n} ambition {Hence:} ambitiose

ambitiose = {adj} ambitious

ambito (ám-) = {n} ambit, circuit, circuitous route

ambivert- = {v} [occurring in derivatives] {Hence:} ambivertito

ambivertito = {n} [Psychol.] ambivert

ambly- = {adj} [occurring in compounds] ambly- (= dull; dim; blunt; obtuse, etc.) {Hence:} amblyopia etc. ...

ambly-opia (-ía) = {n} [Med.] amblyopia {Hence:} amblyopic

amblyopic = {adj} amblyopic

ambra = {n} 1. amber; 2. ambergris; `ambra grise' ambergris {Hence:} ambrar

ambrar = {v} to perfume with ambergris

ambrosia = {n} ambrosia (1. food intended or fit for the gods; 2. [Bot.] wormseed)

ambrosial = {adj} ambrosial

ambrosian = {adj} Ambrosian; `canto ambrosian' Ambrosian chant; `rito ambrosian' Ambrosian rite

ambrosie = {adj} ambrosial {Hence:} ambrosia-ambrosial

Ambrosio = {nprm} Ambrose; `Sancte Ambrosio' Saint Ambrose {Hence:} ambrosian

ambulante = 1 {ppr} of `ambular'; 2. {adj} ambulant

ambulantia = {n} ambulance (1. field hospital; 2. "hospital ambulance")

ambular = {v} to walk (= to go on foot) {Hence:} ambulante-ambulantia; ambulatori; ambulatura; deambular-deambulation, deambulatori; preambular-preambulo; funambulo etc.; noctambule etc.

ambulatura = {n} gait, walk

ameba = {n} [Zool.] amoeba {Hence:} amebic; ameboide; amebiforme etc.

amebic = {adj} amoebic

amebi-forme = {adj} amoebiform

ameboide = {adj} amoeboid; `movimentos ameboide' [Zool., Physiol.] amoeboid movements

amen [L] = {interj} amen

-amento = {suffixo substantive} [used with verbs in `-ar'] -ament, -ement, -ment (= action or result of ...ing) {Hence:} arrangiamento etc.; commandamento etc; discoragiamento etc.; governamento etc.; ornamento etc.

America = {npr} America; `America del nord' North America; `America del sud' South America; `America latin' Latin America {Hence:} american-americanismo, americanizar, angloamerican etc., panamerican etc., americano

american = {adj} American (1. belonging to North or South America; 2. belonging to the United States)

americanizar = {v} to Americanize

americanismo = {n} Americanism (1. American custom or characteristic; 2. word or phrase peculiar to American English)

americano = {n} American (1. an inhabitant of North or South America; 2. an inhabitant of the United States)

amethysto = {n} amethyst

amic (-íc) = {adj} friendly (= not enemy); `(nation) amic' friendly (nation) {Hence:} amicitate; amicar-amicabile-amicabilitate; inimic &; amico-amical-inamical; amica

amica (-íca) = {n} friend (fem.)

amicabile = {adj} amicable, friendly

amicabilitate = {n} friendliness, amicability

amical = {adj} friendly; `(reguardo) amical' friendly (look)

amicar = {v} to make friends of; `amicar se' to make friends (with)

amicitate = {n} friendship

amico (-íco) = {n} friend (masc.)

amido (á-) = {n} [Chem.] amide {Hence:} amidogeno etc.; acetamido etc.

amido-geno (-ógeno) = {n} [Chem.] amidogen

amino = {n} [Chem.] amine {Hence:} aminophenol etc.; amino-acido etc.; methylamino etc.; vitamina etc.

amino-acido (-ácido) = {n} [Chem.] amino acid

amino-phenol = {n} [Chem.] aminophenol

amita (ám-) = {n} aunt {Hence:} granamita

Ammon = {npr} Ammon (1. [Egypt. Relig.]; 2. [Gr., Rom. Relig.]); `corno de Ammon' horn of Ammon {Hence:} ammonite; ammoniac-ammoniaco &

ammon- = {see} `ammoniaco' or `ammonium'

ammon-al = {n} [Technol.] ammonal

ammoniac = {adj} ammoniac; `gumma ammoniac' gum ammoniac; `aqua ammoniac' ammonia (water)

ammoniacal = {adj} ammoniacal

ammoniaco = {n} 1. ammonia (= [Chem.] NH3); 2. ammoniac, gum ammoniac; `ammoniaco (liquide)' (liquid) ammonia, ammonia (water) {Hence:} ammoniacal; ammonium-ammonal etc.; ammonic; ammonifiar-ammonification; amido &; amino &

ammonic = {adj} ammonic, ammoniacal

ammonificar = {v} to ammonify

ammonification = {n} ammonification (1. impregnation with ammonia; 2. decomposition with production of ammonia)

ammonite = {n} [Paleontol.] ammonite

ammonium (-ónium) = {n} ammonium

amnesia (-ía) = {n} amnesia, loss of memory {Hence:} cryptomnesia etc.

amnestia (-ía) = {n} amnesty {Hence:} amnestic; amnestiar

amnestiar = {v} to amnesty, give or proclaim amnesty (to)

amnestic = {adj} amnesty, amnestic

amollimento = {n} softening, making soft

amollir = {v} to soften (= to make soft) {Hence:} amollimento

amonta = {n} amount

amontar = {v} to amount {Hence:} amonta

amor = {n} love (= passionate affection); `amor proprie' self-esteem; `amores' amours, love-affairs {Hence:} amoretto; amorose-amorositate; inamorar-inamorate

amoral = {adj} amoral, nonmoral {Hence:} amoralismo

amoralismo = {n} amoralism

amoretto = {n} love affair, flirtation

amorose = {adj} amorous (1. loving; 2. pertaining to love)

amorositate = {n} amorousness

amorphe = {adj} amorphous; {specif.:} [Chem.; Geol.; Biol.; etc.]

amorphia (-ía) = {n} amorphism

amorphismo = {n} amorphism

amortimento = {n} (act of) deadening, subduing

amortir = {v} to deaden (feelings, taste, etc.) {Hence:} amortimento

amortizar = {v} to amortize (= to extinguish a debt by means of a sinking fund) {Hence:} amortization

amortization = {n} amortization

amover = {v} to amove, remove (from office, etc.) {Hence:} amovibile-amovibilitate, inamovibile

amovibile = {adj} amovable, removable (= subject to removal)

amovibilitate = {n} amovability, removability

amperage (-aje) = {n} amperage

Ampère, André Marie = {npr} [1775-1836; physicist after whom the "ampere" is named]; `lege de Ampère' Ampère's law {Hence:} ampere-amperage, amperometro etc., ampere-hora etc., ampere-torno etc., voltampere etc.

ampere (ampér) = {n} ampere

ampere-hora (amper-hóra) = {n} ampere-hour

ampere-torno (amper-tórno) = {n} ampere turn

ampero-metro (-ómetro) = {n} amperometer, ammeter

amphi- = {prefixo} [used chiefly to form technical terms] amphi- (1. both; 2. around, about) {Hence:} amphibie etc.; amphitheatro etc.

amphibie = {adj} amphibious {Hence:} amphibio-amphibiologia etc.

amphibio = {n} amphibian (1. [Zool.]; 2. amphibian airplane)

amphibio-logia (-ía) = {n} amphibiology

amphitheatral = {adj} amphitheatric, amphitheatrical

anphitheatro = {n} amphitheater {Hence:} amphitheatral

amphora (ám-) = {n} amphora

ample = {adj} ample (1. spacious, extensive; 2. copious) {Hence:} amplitude; ampliar-ampliation; amplificar-amplification, amplificative, amplificator

ampliar = {v} to enlarge (= to make larger)

ampliation = {n} enlargement, enlarging

amplificar = {v} to amplify (1. as in "to amphfy a story, etc."; 2. [Elec.]; 3. to exaggerate)

amplification = {n} amplification

amplificative = {adj} amplifying, magnifying

amplificator = {n} amplifier; {also:} [Photog.] enlarger

amplitude = {n} amplitude

ampulla = {n} 1. [Pathol.] blister; 2. [Eccl.] ampulla; 3. phial, flask; {also:} ampoule; 4. (electric) bulb

amputar = {v} to amputate {Hence:} amputation

amputation = {n} amputation

amuleto = {n} amulet; {also:} charm

amusamento = {n} amusement

amusar = {v} to amuse, entertain; `amusar se' to amuse or divert oneself {Hence:} amusamento

[an]' 1. {interr part} -; `an il habe le libro?' has he the book?; 2. {conj} whether {Hence:} annon etc.

-an = {suffixo adjective} [used with names of places and persons] -an (1. pertaining to ...; 2. native to, citizen of, or inhabiting ...) {Hence:} -ano; african etc.; italian etc.; urban etc.; mohammedan etc.


Download 5.38 Mb.

Share with your friends:
1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   ...   79




The database is protected by copyright ©ininet.org 2022
send message

    Main page