Interlingua English Dictionary revised in plain ascii format

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causar = {v} to cause

causation = {n} causation

causative = {adj} causative (= pertaining to causation)

causator = {n} causer

caustic = {adj} caustic (1. corrotive; 2. sarcastic; 3. [Math.]) {Hence:} causticitate; diacaustic; caustica

caustica = {n} [Math.] caustic

causticitate = {n} causticity

caut-' see `cav-'

caute = {adj} cautious

cauterio = {n} 1. cautery (= agent used in cauterizing; 2. [Med.] issue (produced by cauterizlng) {Hence:} cauterizar-cauterization; thermocauterio etc.

cauterizar = {v} to cauterize

cauterization = {n} cauterization

caution = {n} bail, security

cav- [cav-/caut-] = {v} [occurring in derivatives] {Hence:} caution-precaution; caute-incaute

cava = {n} cave, cavern

cavalcada = {n} 1. ride (= act of riding horseback); 2. cavalcade

cavalcar = {v} to ride (on horseback) {Hence:} cavalcada

cavalla = {n} mare

cavalleria (-ía) = {n} I. chivalry (1. system of knighthood; 2. chivalrousness); II. cavalry

cavallero = {n} I. cavalier (1. gallant; 2. [Hist.]; 3. [Fortif.]); II. knight; III. horseman; {also:} cavalryman; `cavallero de industria' sharper; `cavallero errante' knight errant

cavallerose = {adj} chivalrous

cavalletto = {n} 1. wooden horse (= wooden frame in the shape of a horse used as an instrument of torture); 2. wooden frame on which various types of work are performed, as: (work)bench, trestle, easel, etc.

cavallo = {n} horse; `a cavallo' on horseback; `ir a cavallo' to ride (horseback) {Hence:} cavallero-cavallerose; cavalleria; cavalletto; cavallo-vapor etc.; cavalla

cavallo-vapor = {n} horsepower

cavar = {v} to hollow out, cave

cave = {adj} hollow {Hence:} cavitate; cavar-excavar-excavation, excavator; caverna &; concave-concavitate; cavo; cava

caverna = {n} cavern, cave {Hence:} cavernose

cavernose = {adj} cavernous (1. abounding in caverns; 2. like a cavern); `voce cavernose' hollow voice

cavia = {n} cage (= enclosure used for confining animals)

caviar = {n} caviar

cavilia = {n} 1. peg (= pin or bolt of wood, metal, etc., for fastening parts together, hanging objects upon, etc.); 2. ankle bone; {also:} ankle {Hence:} incaviliar

cavitate = {n} cavity

cavo = {n} hollow, cavity, hole

[ce]' 1. {adj} this, that; 2. {pron} this, that; `ce ci' this (here); `ce la' that (there, yonder)

cec = {adj} blind (= without sight); `intestino cec' [Anat.] blind gut, caecum {Hence:} cecitate; cecar

cecar = {v} to blind (1. to make blind; 2. to dazzle)

cecitate = {n} blindness; `cecitate de nocte' night blindness

ced- [ced-/ces-;-cid-/-cis-] = {v} [occurring in derivatives and compounds] {Hence:} cesura; circumcider &; concid- &; decider &; excider &; incider &; occider &; precider &; fratricida etc.; germicida etc.; liberticida etc.; suicida etc.; genocidio etc.; tyrannicidio etc.; uxoricidio etc.; suicidio etc.

ceder [ced-/cess-] = {v} to cede, yield {Hence:} cessibile; cession-cessionario; absceder &; acceder &; anteceder &; conceder &; deceder &; exceder &; interceder &; preceder &; proceder &; receder &; retroceder &; succeder &

cedilla [H] = {n} cedilla

cedro = {n} cedar

Cedron (cé-) = {npr} Kedron

celamento = {n} concealment

celar = {v} to conceal, keep secret, hide {Hence:} celamento; celator

celator = {n} concealer

-cele = {n} [occurring in compounds] -cele (= tumor; hernia) {Hence:} hydrocele etc.; varicocele etc. ...

celebrante = {n} celebrant (= priest officiating at the mass)

celebrar = {v} to celebrate (1. to perform the ceremony of; 2. to observe, honor by public ceremonies, festivities etc.; 3. to praise highly)

celebration = {n} celebration

celebrator = {n} celebrator

celebre (cé-) = {adj} famous, celebrated {Hence:} celebritate; celebrar-celebration, celebrator

celebritate = {n} celebrity (1. fame; 2. celebrated person)

celerar = {v} to quicken, accelerate

celere (cé-) = {adj} quick, rapid {Hence:} celeritate; celerar; accelerar &

celeritate = {n} quickness, speed

celesta = {n} [Mus.] celesta

celeste = {adj} heavenly, celestial; `volta celeste' the vault of heaven; `(le) Celeste Imperio' (the) Celestial Empire or Kingdom, China {Hence:} celestina; celestite; celestial; celesta

celestial = {adj} celestial, heavenly

celestina = {n} celestitc, celestine

celestite = {n} celestite, celestine

celibatario = {n} bachelor

celibato = {n} celibacy

celibe (cé-) = {adj} unmarried, single {Hence:} celibato-celibatario

cell- [cell-/cels-] = {v} [occurring in derivatives and compounds] {Hence:} celse &; exceller &

cella = {n} cell (= small room or compartment) {Hence:} cellario &; cellula &

cellariero = {n} cellarer

cellario = {n} cellar; {also:} storeroom, etc.; wine cellar {Hence:} cellariero

[†celle] = {dem adj} 1. that; those; 2. (the) former (first of two) (=*aquelle) {Hence:} cello

[†celles] = {dem pron} those (= *aquelles)

[†cello] = {dem pron} 1. that (one); 2. the former (= aquello)

cellophan = {n} cellophane

cellula = {n} [Biol.] cell {Hence:} cellular-cylindrocellular etc.; multicellular etc; celluloide; cellulose-cellulosa-nitrocellulosa etc.

cellular = {adj} cellular

celluloide = {n} celluloid

cellulosa = {n} cellulose

cellulose = {adj} cellulous

celo = {n} 1. sky; 2. heaven; `celo de lecto' bedcanopy; `a celo aperte' under the open sky, in the open {Hence:} celeste &; grattacelo etc.

cels-' see `-cell-'

celse = {adj} high (as in "ten stories high") {Hence:} celsitude

celsitude = {n} height (= condition of being high)

celta = {n} Celt {Hence:} celtic; celtibero etc.

celt-ibero = {n} [Anc. Hist.] Celtiberian

celtic = {adj} Celtic

cementar = {v} to cement (1. to unite by means of a cement; 2. [Metal.] to subject to cementation)

cementation = {n} cementation (1. [Constr.]; 2. [Metal.])

cemento = {n} cement (1. [Constr.]; 2. [Anat.] cementum; 3. [Metal.] powder used in cementation); `cemento armate' reinforced cement {Hence:} cementar-cementation

cemeterial = {adj} pertaining to a cemetery

cemeterio = {n} cemetery, graveyard {Hence:} cemeterial

cen- (1) = {adj} [occurring in compounds] ceno-; -cene (= recent) {Hence:} cenozoic etc.; eocen etc.; miocen etc.; oligocen etc.; pleistocen etc.; pliocen etc.

cen- (2) = {adj} [occurring in compounds] ceno- (= empty) {Hence:} cenotaphio etc.

cen- (3) = {adj} [occurring in compounds] ceno-, coeno-, cen-, coen- (= common) {Hence:} epicen; cenobio etc.; cenuro etc.

cena = {n} supper, dinner (= evening meal) {Hence:} cenaculo; cenar

cenaculo = {n} 1. dining room; 2. (literary artistic, etc.) club or group

cenar = {v} to sup, dine, have supper or dinner (= take the evening meal)

-cender' see `-cand-'

ceno-bio = {n} cenoby {Hence:} cenobita

cenobita = {n} cenobite

ceno-taphio = {n} cenotaph

ceno-zoic (-zóic) = {adj} [Geol.] Cenozoic {Hence:} cenozoico

cenozoico (-zóico) = {n} [Geol.] Cenozoic

cens-' see `censer'

censer [cens-/cens-] = {v} 1. to take a census; 2. to censor {Hence:} censimento; censor &; censura &; censo; recenser &

censimento = {n} 1. (act of) taking a census; 2. census, return count, etc.

censo = {n} census

censor = {n} I. censor (1. [Rom. Antiq.]; 2. official in charge of censorship); II. critic, faultfinder; III. [School] monitor, censor, proctor, etc.; IV. census taker {Hence:} censorial

censorial = {adj} censorial

censura = {n} I. censorship (1. act of censoring; 2. office of a censor); II. censure; `submitter al censura' to censor {Hence:} censurar-censurabile

censurabile = {adj} censurable

censurar = {v} to censure

cent (pl cents) [A] = {n} [Monet.] cent

centaurea = {n} 1. [Bot.] Centaurea; 2. [Bot.] centaury

centauro = {n} [Mythol.] centaur; `Centauro' [Astron.] Centaurus {Hence:} centaurea; hippocentauro etc.

centavo [H,P] = {n} [Monet.] centavo

centenari = {adj} 1. centenarian; 2. centennial, centenary

centenario = {n} 1. centenarian; 2. centenary, centennial

centesimal = {adj} centesimal

centesime (-ésime) = {adj} hundredth; `(le) centesime parte', `(le) centesimo' (the) hundredth part, the hundredth

centesimo (-ésimo) (pl centesimi) [I] = {n} [Monet.] centesimo

centi-ar = {n} centiare (= one hundredth part of an are)

centi-grade (-í-) = {adj} centigrade (having, pertaining to a system of, one hundred degrees)

centi-gramma = {n} centigram

centi-litro (-tí-) = {n} centiliter

centime [F] = {n} [Monet.] centime

centi-metro (-í-) = {n} centimeter

centimo (cén-) [H] = {n} [Monet.] centimo

centi-stereo = {n} [Metric System] centistere

cento = {n/adj} (a, one) hundred; `(tres) per cento' or `pro cento' (three) per cent {Hence:} centenari-bicentenari etc.; centenario-bicentenario etc.; centesime-centesimal; centigramma etc.; centimetro etc.; centumviro etc.; centuple etc.; centuplicar etc.: percentage etc.; percentual etc.

central (1) = {adj} central

central (2) = {n} center, central office or plant, etc.; specif.: (telephone) exchange; [Elec.] power station

centralizar = {v} to centralize

centralization = {n} centralization

centralizator = {n} centralizer

centrar = {v} to center (= to place or collect at the center)

centric = {adj} central, centric

centrifugar = {v} to centrifuge

centrifugation = {n} centrifugation

centri-fuge (-í-) = {adj} centrifugal; `machina centrifuge' centrifuge {Hence:} centrifugar-centrifugation

centri-pete (-í-) = {adj} centripetal

centro = {n} center, middle point {Hence:} central-centralizar-centralization, centralizator, discentralizar-discentralization; centric-concentric, eccentric &; egocentric etc.; geocentric etc.; homocentric etc.; centrar-concentrar &: centrifuge etc.

centu-' see `cento'

centumviral = {adj} centumviral

centumvirato = {n} centumvirate

centum-viro (-túm-) = {n} [Rom. Antiq.] centumvir {Hence:} centumvirato; centumviral

centuplar = {v} to centuple

centu-ple (cén-) = {adj} centuple {Hence:} centuplar

centu-plicar = {v} to centuplicate {Hence:} centuplicate

centuplicate = 1 {pp} of `centuplicar'; 2. {adj} centuplicate, hundredfold

cen-uro = {n} [Zool.] coenurus

cepa = {n} onion

cephal- = {n} [occurring in derivatives and compounds] cephalo- (= head) {Hence:} cephalic; cephalalgia etc.; cephalopodo etc.; hydrocephale etc.; brachycephale etc.

cephal-algia (-ía) = {n} [Pathol.] cephalalgia

cephalic = {n} cephalic

cephalo-podo (-ópodo) = {n} [Zool.] cephalopod; `cephalopodos' [Zool.] Cephalopoda

cer- [cer-/cerat-] = {n} [occurring in derivatives and compounds] cer-, cerat-, cerato-, cerot- (= horn) {Hence:} rhinocerote etc. ...

cera = {n} wax {Hence:} cerato; cerero; cereria; cerumine &; ceree-cereo; cerose; cerar-cerator; incerar &; ceromantia etc.; adipocera etc.; ozocerite etc.

ceramic = {adj} ceramic

ceramica = {n} ceramics (1. art of making pottery, earthenware, etc.; 2. pottery ware)

ceramista = {n} ceramist; potter

ceramo (cé-) = {n} earthenware {Hence:} ceramista; ceramic; ceramica; ceramographia etc.

ceramo-graphia (-ía) = {n} ceramography (= study and description of pottery)

cerar = {v} to wax, apply wax to; `tela cerate' oilcloth

cerato = {n} [Pharm.] cerate

cerator = {n} waxer (= one who applies wax to a floor, etc.)

Cerbero (cér-) = {npr} [Mythol.] Cerberus

cerca = {n} search (= act or action of searching)

cercar = {v} to seek, look for, search for {Hence:} cerca; cercator; recercar &

cercator = {n} seeker

cere-' [occurring in compounds] {Hence:} cerefolio etc.

cereal (1) = {adj} cereal

cereal (2) = {n} cereal

cereb- = {see} `cerebro'

cerebellar = {adj} cerebellar

cerebello = {n} cerebellum {Hence:} cerebellar; cerebellose

cerebellose = {adj} cerebellar

cerebral = {adj} cerebral

cerebrar = {v} to cerebrate

cerebration = {n} cerebration

cerebritis (-ítis) = {n} cerebritis, encephalitis

cerebro = {n} brain; {also:} brains {Hence:} cerebritis; cerebral; cerebrar-cerebration; cerebro-spinal etc.; cerebello &

cerebro-cardiac (-íac) = {adj} cerebro-cardiac

cerebro-spinal = {adj} cerebro-spinal

ceree = {adj} waxy, waxen

cere-folio = {n} [Bot.] chervil

ceremonia = {n} ceremony; `maestro de ceremonia' master of ceremonies; `habito de ceremonia' formal dress; `sin ceremonia' without ceremony, informally {Hence:} ceremoniero; ceremonial (1)-ceremonial (2); ceremoniose-inceremoniose

ceremonial (1) = {adj} ceremonial (= relating to ceremonies)

ceremonial (2) = {n} ceremonial

ceremoniero = {n} [Hist.; R.C.Ch., etc.] master of ceremonies

ceremoniose = {adj} ceremonious (= devoted to forms and ceremonies)

cereo = {n} 1. [Eccl.] (large) wax candle, cierge; 2. [Bot.] cereus; `cereo paschal' paschal candle

cereria (-ía) = {n} wax factory; waxchandlery

cerero = {n} waxchandler; waxworker

Ceres (cé-') I. pr [Rom. Relig.] Ceres {Hence:} cereal

ceresia = {n} cherry {Hence:} ceresiero; ceresieto

ceresiero = {n} cherry tree

ceresieto = {n} cherry orchard

cerner [cern-/-cret-] = {v} to separate, sift {Hence:} concerner &; decerner &; discerner &; excern- &; secern- &

cero-mantia (-ía) = {n} ceromancy

cerose = {adj} waxy

-cerot- = {see} `cer-'

certe = {adj} certain (1. "objectively certain"; 2. convinced; 3. as in "a certain ...") {Hence:} certitude; incerte-incertitude; certificar &; certo

certificar = {v} to certify (= to guarantee as true or correct) {Hence:} certification; certificator; certificato

certification = {n} certification (= act of certifying)

certificato = {n} certificate

certificator = {n} certifier

certitude = {n} certainty (1. "objective certainty"; 2. certitude)

certo = {adv} certainly

cerumine = {n} cerumen, earwax {Hence:} ceruminose

ceruminose = {adj} ceruminous, waxy

cerussa = {n} white lead, ceruse {Hence:} cerussite

cerussite = {n} [Mineral.] cerussite

cerva = {n} hind (= female of the red deer)

cervari = {adj} -; `lupo cervari' lynx

cervelata = {n} cervelat, saveloy (sausage)

cervo = {n} 1. red deer; 2. stag; `cervo volante' stag beetle {Hence:} cervari; cerva

ces- = {see} `ced-'

Cesare = {npr} [Rom. Hist.] Caesar {Hence:} cesarismo; cesaree

cesaree = {adj} Caesarean, Caesarian; `operation cesaree' Caesarean operation; `section cesaree' Caesarean section

cesarismo = {n} Caesarism

cess- = {see} `ceder'

cessante = 1 {ppr} of `cessar'; 2. {adj} ceasing

cessar = {v} to cease, stop (1. to come to an end; 2. to bring to an end) {Hence:} cessante-incessante; cessation

cessation = {n} cessation

cessibile = {adj} assignable, transferable

cession = {n} [Law] cession, assignment

cessionario = {n} [Law] assignee

-caste = {see} `caste'

cesura = {n} [Pros.] caesura

[cetere] (cé-) = {adj} 1. other; 2. remaining {Hence:} cetero (1); cetero (2)

[cetero (1)] (cé-) = {adv} 1. otherwise, in other respects; 2. besides, for the rest

[cetero (2), ceterum] (cé-) = {n} remainder, rest

cg = {abbr} = `centigramma'

chacal (sh-) = {n} jackal

chaco (sh-) = {n} [Chess] check; `chacos' chess; `chaco mat' checkmate; `pecia de chacos' chessman

chaise [F] = {n} chair (= seat for one person); `chaise longue [F]' chaise longue; `chaise de bracios' armchair; `chaise rolante' wheel chair

chal (sh) = {n} shawl

chalet [F] = {n} chalet

chalupa (sh-) = {n} sloop

Cham = {npr} [Bib.] Ham {Hence:} chamita-chamitic

chame- = {adv} [occurring in compounds] chame-, chamae- (= on the ground) {Hence:} chameleonte etc. ...

chame-leonte = {n} chameleon

chamita = {n} Hamite

chamitic = {adj} Hamitic

Champagne [F] = {npr} Champagne; `vino de Champagne', `champagne' champagne

champignon [F] = {n} champignon; (common or fied) mushroom

champion [A] = {n} [Sports] champion

chaos = {n} chaos {Hence:} chaotic

chotic = {adj} chaotic

chaperon [F] = {n} chaperon {Hence:} chaperonar-chaperonage

chaperonage (shaperonaje) = {n} chaperoning, chaperonage

chaperonar (sh-) = {v} to chaperon

char à bancs [F] = {n} char-à-banc

character = {n} I. character (1. graphic symbol; {also:} letter; 2. status, rank; 3. moral constitution); II. characteristic (= distinguishing mark) {Hence:} characteristic &; characterizar &

characterizar = {v} to characterize (1. to describe the character of; 2. to qualify) {Hence:} characterization

characterization = {n} characterization (1. portrayal in words; 2. act of characterizing or qualifying)

characteristic = {adj} characteristic; `characteristic de' characteristic of {Hence:} characteristica

characteristica = {n} characteristic (1. characteristic trait; 2. [Math.])

charade [F] = {n} (word) charade

charivari (sharivarí) = {n} charivari, belling, shivaree

charlatan [F] = {n} charlatan {Hence:} charlataneria; charlatanismo; charlatanesc

charlataneria (sharlatanería) = {n} charlatanry, charlatanism

charlatanesc (sh-) = {adj} charlatanic

charlatanismo (sh-) = {n} charlatanism, charlatanry

charme [F] = {n} charm, attractiveness

charpa (sh-) = {n} [Clothing] sash

charta = {n} charter {Hence:} chartismo; chartista; chartar

chartar = {v} to charter (= to grant a charter to)

chartismo = {n} Chartism

chartista = {n} Chartist

chartreuse [F] = {n} chartreuse (= liqueur made by Carthusian monks)

Charybdis (caríbdis) = {npr} Charybdis; `inter Scylla e Charybdis' between Scylla and Charybdis

†chassa = cacia

†chassar = caciar

†chassator = caciator

*chasseur [F] (sh-) = {n} [Mil.] chasseur

chassis [F] = {n} chassis (= body-frame of an automobile)

chauffeur [F] = {n} chauffeur

Chauvin, Nicolas = {npr} [excessively patriotic soldier of the Napoleonic army] {Hence:} chauvinismo; chauvinista-chauvinistic

chauvinismo (sho-) = {n} chauvinism

chauvinista (sho-) = {n} chauvinist

chauvinistic (sho-) = {adj} chauvinistic

chec (tch-) = {adj} Czech {Hence:} checoslovac etc.; checo

checo (tch-) = {n} Czech

checo-slovac = {adj} Czechoslovak {Hence:} Checoslovachia; checoslovaco

checoslovach- = {see} `checoslovac'

Checoslovachia (tchecoslovakia) = {npr} Czechoslovakia

checoslovaco (tch-) = {n} Czechoslovak

chef [F] = {n} 1. chief, leader; 2. head (of an organization, firm, etc.); `chef de cocina' head cook, chef; `(commandante) in chef' (commander) in chief

Cheka [R] = {n} Cheka

chenille [F] = {n} chenille

cheque [A] = {n} [Bank.] check, cheque

cherub = {n} cherub {Hence:} cherubic

cherubic = {adj} cherubic

cherubin = {n} cherub {Hence:} cherubinic

cherubinic = {adj} cherubic

cheta = {n} [Zool.] chaeta (= spine, bristle) {Hence:} chetopode etc.; spirocheta etc.; oligochete etc.; polychete etc.

cheto-pode (-tó-) = {adj} [Zool.] chaetopod, chaetopodous {Hence:} chetopodos

chetopodos (-tó-) = {npl} [Zool.] Chaetopoda

chic (1) [F] = {adj} stylish, chic

chic (2) [F] = {n} chic

chiffonier [F] = {n} chiffonier

Chile (tchíle) = {npr} Chile {Hence:} chilen-chileno

chilen (tchilén) = {adj} Chilean

chileno (tchileno) = {n} Chilean

chili- = {n/adj} [occurring in derivatives] chili- (= thousand) {Hence:} chiliasmo; chiliasta

chiliasmo = {n} chiliasm

chiliasta = {n} chiliast

chimera = {n} I. chimera (1. [Mythol.]; 2. fanciful creation, figment of the imagination); II. [Ichthyol.] chimaera {Hence:} chimerista; chimeric; chimerizar

chimeric = {adj} chimerical, chimeric

chimerizar = {v} to indulge in fanciful ideas, schemes, etc.

chimerista = {n} dreamer, Utopian (= one who indulges in fanciful ideas, plans, etc.)

chimia (-ía) = {n} chemistry; `chimia inorganic', `chimia mineral' inorganic chemistry {Hence:} chimista; chimic; chimico; biochimia etc.; chimotherapia etc.; electrochimia etc.; physicochimia etc.

chimic = {adj} chemical

chimico = {n} chemist (= expert in chemistry)

chimista = {n} chemist (= expert in chemistry)

chimo- = {see} `chimia'

chimo-therapia (-ía) = {n} chemotherapy

chimpanze (shimpanzé) = {n} chimpanzee

China (sh-) = {npr} China; `muralia de China' Chinese Wall, Great Wall of China; `mar de China' China Sea; `tinta de China' India ink, Chinese ink {Hence:} chinese; Indochina etc.

chinese (1) (sh-) = {adj} Chinese

chinese (2) (sh-) = {n} Chinese (1. Chinese person; 2. Chinese language)

chir- = {n} [occurring in compounds] chir-, chiro-, cheir-, cheiro- (= hand) {Hence:} chiromante etc.; chirurgo etc.; chiroptere etc.

chiro-mante = {n} palmist, chiromancer {Hence:} chiromantia

chiromantia (-ía) = {n} palmistry, chiromancy

chiro-ptere = {adj} [zool.] chiropterous {Hence:} chiropteros

chiropteros (-róp-) = {npl} [Zool.] Chiroptera

chirurgia (-ía) = {n} surgery (= art and practice of surgery)

chirurgic = {adj} surgical

chir-urgo = {n} surgeon {Hence:} chirurgia; chirurgic

chlor- = {adj} [occurring in derivatives and compounds] chlor-, chloro- (= green) {Hence:} chlorosis; chlorophylla etc.; chloro &

chloracet- = {see} `chloracetic'

chloracetato = {n} chloracetate

chlor-acetic = {adj} chloracetic {Hence:} chloracetato

chlor-al = {n} chloral (1. [Chem.]; 2. chloral hydrate); `hydrato de chloral' chloral hydrate

chlorato = {n} chlorate

chlor-hydrato = {n} hydrochlorate

chlor-hydric = {adj} hydrochloric

chloric = {adj} chloric

chlorido = {n} chloride

chlorito = {n} chlorite

chloro = {n} chlorine {Hence:} chlorato-perchlorato; chlorido-trichlorido etc.; chlorito-hypochlorito; chloruro; chloric-perchloric; chlorose-hypochlorose; chloral etc.; chloracetic etc.; chloroformo etc.; chloroplasto etc.

chloroformar = {v} to chloroform

chloroformizar = {v} to chloroform

chloro-formo = {n} chloroform {Hence:} chloroformar; chloroformizar

chloro-phylla = {n} chiorophyll

chloro-plasto = {n} chloroplast

chlorose = {adj} chlorous

chlorosis (-ósis) = {n} chlorosis (1. [Med.]; 2. [Bot.])

chloruro = {n} [Chem.] chloride

choc (sh-) = {n} shock (= collision, impact)

choc- = {see} `choccar'

choccar (sh-) = {v} to shock (= to hurt the sensibilities of) {Hence:} choc

chocolate (sh-) = {n} chocolate (1. as in "chocolate bar"; 2. as in "hot chocolate") {Hence:} chocolatero; chocolatera

chocolatero (sh-) = {n} chocolate dealer or manufacturer

chocolatera (sh-) = {n} chocolate pot

cholera (có-) = {n} 1. cholera; 2. anger, wrath; `esser in cholera' to be angry {Hence:} cholerina; choleric; incholerizar

choleric = {adj} 1. [Med.] choleraic; 2. choleric, irascible

cholerina = {n} [Med.] cholerine

chondro = {n} cartilage {Hence:} chondroide; hypochondrio-hypochondria-hypochondriac-hypochondriaco; chondrologia etc.

chondroide = {adj} chondroid, resembling cartilage

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