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C

  • C (letter - ) littera c (ce)
  • CAB (horsedrawn) = fiacre
  • CAB (taxi) = taxi
  • CAB (where drivers sit) = cabina
  • CAB DRIVER (taxi driver) = *taxista
  • CABARET = cabaret
  • CABBAGE = caule
  • CABBIE (taxi driver) = *taxista
  • CABBY (taxi driver) = *taxista
  • CABIN (hut) = caoana
  • CABIN (of ship or vehicle) = cabina
  • CABINET-MAKER = ebenista
  • CABINET (cupboard) = cabinetto
  • CABINET (political) = consilio de ministros
  • CABINET (showcase) = vitrina
  • CABLE-CAR (railway) = funicular
  • CABLE-CAR (suspended) = telephero
  • CABLE = cablo
  • CABLEGRAM = cablogramma
  • CACKLE (of birds) = critar
  • CACKLE (of people) = rider
  • CACOPHONY = *cacophonia, voce *dissonante
  • CACTUS = cacto
  • CADAVER = *cadaver
  • CADENCE = cadentia
  • CADET = cadetto, aspirante; discipulo militari
  • CAFE = caffe, cafe
  • CAFETERIA = *cafeteria
  • CAFFEINE = caffeina
  • CAGE [n] = cavia
  • CAGE [v] = *incaviar
  • CAKE = torta
  • CAKE, SMALL = pastisseria
  • CALAMITY = calamitate
  • CALCULATE = calcular
  • CALCULATION = calculation
  • CALCULATOR = calculator
  • CALENDAR = calendario
  • CALF (anatomy) = sura
  • CALF (animal) = vitello
  • CALF [adj] = vitellin
  • CALIBRE = calibre
  • CALIFORNIA,LOWER = basse California
  • CALL-BACK [n] = *revisita
  • CALL-BACK [v] = revocar, *revisitar
  • CALL-BOX (telephone) = cabina telephonic
  • CALL-IN-SICK TO WORK = *in-clamar se malade al travalio
  • CALL-IN = *in-clamar
  • CALL-INTO-QUESTION = questionar
  • CALL-ON-SOMEONE = facer un visita a un persona
  • CALL-TOGETHER = convocar
  • CALL-UP = telephonar
  • CALL (call out) [v] = appellar
  • CALL (name) [v] = appellar
  • CALL (shout) [n] = appello
  • CALL (summon)[v] advocar
  • CALL (visit) [n] visita
  • CALL (vocation) vocation
  • CALLBOX cabina telephonic
  • CALLING-CARD (telephone) carta de telephonar
  • CALLING vocation
  • CALLOUS callose
  • CALM-DOWN tranquillisar se
  • CALM adj calme; n calma; v calmar
  • CALORIE caloria
  • CAM *cama, eccentrico
  • CAMBODIA *Cambodia, *Kampuchea
  • CAMCORDER *camcordatora
  • CAMEL camelo
  • CAMERA (cinematic) camera
  • CAMERA (movie) camera
  • CAMERA (still) apparato photographic
  • CAMERA (television) camera
  • CAMERAMAN operator (de camera)
  • CAMEROON *Cameron
  • CAMOUFLAGE [n] camouflage
  • CAMOUFLAGE [v] *camouflagiar
  • CAMP-BED lecto de campo
  • CAMP n (encampment) campamento
  • CAMP n (military) campo
  • CAMP OUT *campar
  • CAMP SITE terreno de *camping
  • CAMP v campar
  • CAMP, BREAK discampar
  • CAMPAIGN campania
  • CAMPING *camping
  • CAMPSITE terreno de *camping
  • CAMPUS campo
  • CAN'T non pote
  • CAN n cassa de latta
  • CAN OPENER *aperilattas
  • CAN vi (am, are, is able) pote
  • CAN vt (put up vegetables, etc.) conservar
  • CANADA Canada
  • CANADIAN adj canadian
  • CANADIAN n canadiano
  • CANAL canal
  • CANARY ISLANDS le Insulas Canari
  • CANARY n (bird) canario; *canari
  • CANCEL (cross out) cancellar
  • CANCEL (make void) annullar
  • CANCELLATION cancellation
  • CANCER (astronomy) Cancere
  • CANCER (illness) cancere
  • CANDID candide
  • CANDIDATE candidato
  • CANDLE (in church) cereo
  • CANDLE (ordinary) candela
  • CANDLESTICK candeliero
  • CANDOR candor
  • CANDOUR candor
  • CANDY (crystallized sugar) sucro *candite
  • CANDY (sweet) bonbon
  • CANE (reed) canna;
  • CANE (stick) baston, canna
  • CANE v (a chair) cannar
  • CANE v (punishment) bastonar
  • CANINE canin
  • CANNABIS cannabe
  • CANNIBAL cannibal
  • CANNIBALISM cannibalismo
  • CANNIBALIZE *cannibalisar
  • CANNON-COCKER artillero
  • CANNON cannon(es)
  • CANNOT non pote
  • CANOE canoa
  • CANOEIST canoero
  • CANON (churchman) canonico;
  • CANON (law; standard; musical; biblical) canone
  • CANOPY (over altar, throne) *baldacchino;
  • CANOPY (over bed) celo (de lecto)
  • CANTEEN (military) cantina;
  • CANTEEN (place for meals) restaurante
  • CANTER (n) parve galopo;
  • CANTER (v) ir a parve galopo
  • CANVAS canevas, tela
  • CANVASS ambir
  • CANYON canon
  • CAP [n] (headgear) bonetto
  • CAP [n] (of bottle) capsula
  • CAP [n] (of radiator, tank) tappo
  • CAP, RADIATOR[n] tappo
  • CAP[v] (put cap on) capsular
  • CAPABILITY[n] capabilitate, capacitate
  • CAPABLE adj] capabile, capace
  • CAPACITY (in the - of) in qualitate de
  • CAPACITY[n] capacitate
  • CAPE-COD *Cape Cod, *Capo Cod
  • CAPE-VERDE *Capo Verde
  • CAPE (clothing) cappa
  • CAPE (geographic) capo
  • CAPE[n] (clothing) cappa
  • CAPETOWN Citate del Capo, *Cape Town
  • CAPITAL-BROUGHT-IN apporto
  • CAPITAL-EXPENDITURE[n] *immobilisationes
  • CAPITAL-LETTER[n] littera majuscule
  • CAPITAL-SENTENCE[n] sententia de morte
  • CAPITAL adj] capital
  • CAPITAL[n] capital
  • CAPITALISM capitalismo
  • CAPITALIST adj] capitalista
  • CAPITALIST[n] capitalisto
  • CAPITALIZE capitalisar
  • CAPRICIOUS capriciose
  • CAPRICORN (astronomy) Capricorno
  • CAPSIZE inverter (se)
  • CAPSTAN *cabestan
  • CAPSULE[n] capsula
  • CAPTAIN (military; sport) capitano
  • CAPTAIN (of coasting vessel) patrono
  • CAPTAIN[v] capitanar
  • CAPTION legenda
  • CAPTIVATE captivar
  • CAPTIVE adj] captive
  • CAPTIVE[n] captivo
  • CAPTIVITY captivitate
  • CAPTURE[n] captura
  • CAPTURE[v] captivar
  • CAR-PARK parco de automobiles
  • CAR (auto) auto, automobile
  • CAR (carriage) carro
  • CAR (coach) cochi
  • CAR (of lift) cabina
  • CAR (railroad) wagon
  • CAR, DINING wagon restaurante
  • CAR, RAILWAY automotrice
  • CAR, SLEEPING wagon lectos
  • CARAMEL caramello
  • CARAT carat
  • CARAVAN caravana
  • CARBON-COPY copia al (papiro) carbon
  • CARBON-DIOXIDE anhydrido carbonic
  • CARBON-PAPER papiro carbon
  • CARBON carbon
  • CARBON COPY copia al (papiro) carbon
  • CARBON DIOXIDE anhydrido carbonic
  • CARBON PAPER papiro carbon
  • CARBURETOR carburator
  • CARCASS cadavere, *carcassa
  • CARD-PUNCH *perforator de cartas
  • CARD-READER *lector de cartas
  • CARD carta
  • CARD, BUSINESS carta de introduction
  • CARD, CHRISTMAS carta de natal
  • CARD, CREDIT carta de credito
  • CARD, PHONE carta de telephonar
  • CARDBOARD carton
  • CARDIAC cardiac
  • CARDIGAN tricot
  • CARDINAL adj/n] cardinal
  • CARE-FOR (fond of) amar, tener a
  • CARE-FREE (cheerful) allegre
  • CARE-FREE (free from worry) libere de inquietude
  • CARE-FREE (heedless) nonchalant
  • CARE-OF (send a letter) a presso de
  • CARE-TAKER custode, portero
  • CARE (attention) attention, sollicitude *solicitude
  • CARE (charge) carga, responsabilitate
  • CARE (worry)[n] inquietude
  • CARE (worry)[v] inquietar se
  • CARE, TAKE - OF respicer, custodiar
  • CARE, TAKE *cura te, attention!;
  • CAREER carriera
  • CAREFREE (cheerful) allegre
  • CAREFREE (free from worry) libere de inquietude
  • CAREFREE (heedless) nonchalant
  • CAREFUL accurate, attente, attentive
  • CAREFULNESS (caution) attention
  • CAREFULNESS (discretion) prudentia
  • CARELESS inattente, negligente
  • CARELESSNESS inattention, negligentia
  • CARESS[n] caressa
  • CARESS[v] caressar
  • CARETAKER custode, portero
  • CARGO-SHIP nave a containers
  • CARGO cargo
  • CARIBBEAN-SEA Mar Caribe
  • CARIBBEAN adj/n] caribe
  • CARIBBEAN SEA (geography) Mar Caribe
  • CARICATURE[n] caricatura
  • CARICATURE[v] caricaturar
  • CARNAGE carnage
  • CARNAL carnal
  • CARNALLY *carnalmente
  • CARNATION diantho
  • CARNIVAL carneval
  • CARNIVOROUS carnivore
  • CAROL (Christmas) canto de natal
  • CARPENTER carpentero
  • CARPENTRY carpenteria
  • CARPET tapete
  • CARRIAGE (charge, deportment) porto
  • CARRIAGE (coach) cochi
  • CARRIAGE (railroad) carro
  • CARRIAGE (typewriter) carro
  • CARRIAGEWAY parte vehicular (del strata)
  • CARRIER-BAG tasca
  • CARRIER (aircraft - ) portaaviones
  • CARRIER portator
  • CARROT carota
  • CARRY-BACK reportar
  • CARRY-COT cuna portabile
  • CARRY-FORWARD transportar
  • CARRY-OFF (by force) raper
  • CARRY-OFF (remove) levar;
  • CARRY-ON (continue) continuar
  • CARRY-ON (practise) exercer
  • CARRY-OUT (execute) exequer
  • CARRY portar
  • CARRYCOT cuna portabile
  • CART-HORSE cavallo de tracto
  • CART-LOAD carrettata
  • CART (four wheels) carro
  • CART (two wheels) carretta
  • CART[v] carrear
  • CARTHORSE cavallo de tracto
  • CARTILAGE cartilagine
  • CARTON carton
  • CARTOON caricatura, carton
  • CARTOONIST caricaturista, designator (satiric)
  • CARTRIDGE cartucha
  • CARVE (meat) trenchar
  • CARVE (statues) sculper
  • CARVING-KNIFE cultello de trenchar
  • CARVING[n] gravure, sculptura
  • CASCADE cascada
  • CASE (box) cassa
  • CASE (event) caso
  • CASE (for items) etui
  • CASE (grammar) caso
  • CASE (in any - ) in omne caso
  • CASE (lawsuit) causa
  • CASE (medical) caso
  • CASE[v] cassar
  • CASH-BOOK libro de cassa
  • CASH-DESK cassa
  • CASH (in)[v] cassar
  • CASH moneta contante
  • CASHIER[n] cassero
  • CASHIER[v] cassar, dimitter
  • CASHMERE cachmir
  • CASINO casino
  • CASK barril, tonnello, *tonnelo
  • CASKET (chest) cassa, coffro
  • CASKET (coffin) cassa, sarcophago
  • CASSEROLE marmita
  • CASSETTE cassetta
  • CAST-ANCHOR jectar le ancora
  • CAST-DOWN abatter
  • CAST-IRON ferro fundite
  • CAST (mould) forma
  • CAST (of metal) funder
  • CAST (theater) truppa
  • CAST (throw)[n] projection
  • CAST (throw)[v] projectar
  • CASTE casta
  • CASTING (of metal) pecia fundite
  • CASTING (theater) distribution (de rolos)
  • CASTING (throwing) projection
  • CASTLE (chess) roc, turre
  • CASTLE (fortress) castello
  • CASTRATE castrar
  • CASTRATION castration
  • CASUAL casual
  • CASUALLY *casualmente
  • CASUALTY (loss) perdita
  • CASUALTY (victim) sinistrato, victima
  • CAT (female) catta
  • CAT (male; tom) catto
  • CAT (rain -s and dogs) pluver in torrentes
  • CATALOG[n] catalogo
  • CATALOG[v] catalogar
  • CATALOGUE[n] catalogo
  • CATAMARAN *catamaran
  • CATAPULT[n] catapulta
  • CATAPULT[v] *catapuitar
  • CATARACT cataracta
  • CATARRH (flu, cold) catarrho
  • CATASTROPHE catastrophe
  • CATASTROPHIC catastrophic
  • CATCH-A-COLD = prender frigido
  • CATCH-UP *reattrappar
  • CATCH (grasp) prisa;
  • CATCH (illness, train) prender;
  • CATCH (of fish) pisca;
  • CATCH (on door) pessulo;
  • CATCH (seize) attrappar
  • CATCH (trap) trappa;
  • CATCH A CHILL prender frigido
  • CATCH A COLD prender frigido
  • CATCH COLD prender frigido
  • CATCHING adj] contagiose;
  • CATCHING[n] caption, captura
  • CATCHY facile a retener, insidiose
  • CATECHISM catechismo
  • CATEGORIC categoric
  • CATEGORICAL categoric
  • CATEGORIZE classificar
  • CATEGORY categoria
  • CATER-FOR provider a
  • CATER-TO provider a
  • CATER approvisionar
  • CATERER approvisionator
  • CATERING approvisionamento
  • CATERPILLAR eruca
  • CATHEDRAL cathedral
  • CATHODE cathodo
  • CATHOLIC catholic;
  • CATHOLIC, ROMAN *catholico roman
  • CATHOLICISM catholicismo
  • CATKIN (botanic) amento
  • CATTLE bestial
  • CAULI-FLOWER caule flor
  • CAULIFLOWER caule flor
  • CAUSE-WAY dica
  • CAUSE[n] causa
  • CAUSE[v] causar, effectuar
  • CAUSEWAY dica
  • CAUSTIC caustic
  • CAUTION (care) prudentia
  • CAUTION (warn) prevenir
  • CAUTION (warning) reprimenda
  • CAUTIOUS caute
  • CAVALRY cavalleria
  • CAVE-IN collaber
  • CAVE IN collaber
  • CAVE[n] caverna
  • CAVE[v] cavar
  • CAVERN antro
  • CAVIAR caviar
  • CAVITY cavitate
  • CAYMAN ISLANDS *le Insulas Cayman
  • CEASE-FIRE *cessa-le-foco
  • CEASE cessar
  • CEASEFIRE *cessa-le-foco
  • CEASELESS incessante
  • CEDAR cedro
  • CEILING (limit) limite
  • CEILING (of room) tecto
  • CELEBACY celibato
  • CELEBRATE celebrar
  • CELEBRATED adj] celebre
  • CELEBRATION celebration
  • CELEBRITY celebritate
  • CELERY seleri
  • CELESTIAL celeste
  • CELIBACY celibato
  • CELIBATE adj] celibe
  • CELIBATE[n] celibatario
  • CELL (biology) cellula
  • CELL (electrical) pila
  • CELL (room) cella
  • CELLAR cellario
  • CELLAR, SALT saliera
  • CELLO violoncello
  • CELLOPHANE cellophan
  • CELT celta
  • CELTIC celtic
  • CEMENT [n] cemento
  • CEMENT [v] cementar
  • CEMETERY cemeterio
  • CENSOR [n] censor
  • CENSOR [v] submitter al censura
  • CENSORSHIP censura
  • CENSURE [n] reproche
  • CENSURE [v] reprochar
  • CENSUS censo
  • CENSUS, TAKE A censer
  • CENT cent
  • CENT, PER per cento
  • CENTENARY centenario
  • CENTENIAL *centenial
  • CENTENNIAL *centenial
  • CENTER[n] centro
  • CENTIGRADE centigrade
  • CENTILITRE centilitro
  • CENTIMETRE centimetro
  • CENTIPEDE millepedes
  • CENTRAL-AFRICAN-REPUBLIC *Republica Centro-African
  • CENTRAL-HEATING calefaction central
  • CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC *Republica Centro-African
  • CENTRAL AMERICA America Central
  • CENTRAL central
  • CENTRAL HEATING calefaction central
  • CENTRALIZATION centralisation
  • CENTRALIZE centralisar
  • CENTRALLY *centralmente
  • CENTRE[n] centro
  • CENTRIFUGAL centrifugal
  • CENTURY seculo
  • CERAMIC adj] ceramic
  • CERAMICS[n] ceramica
  • CEREAL adj/n] cereal
  • CEREMONIAL adj/n ceremonial
  • CEREMONIALLY *ceremonialmente
  • CEREMONIOUS ceremoniose
  • CEREMONY ceremonia
  • CERTAIN certe
  • CERTAINTY certitude
  • CERTIFICATE attestation, certificato
  • CERTIFY attestar, certificar
  • CEYLON Ceylon, *Sri Lanka
  • CEYLONESE adj/n cingalese
  • CHAD *Chad
  • CHAFE frictionar, irritar
  • CHAFF vannatura
  • CHAIN-REACTION reaction in catena
  • CHAIN REACTION reaction in catena
  • CHAIN[n] catena
  • CHAIN[v] incatenar
  • CHAIR (furniture) sede
  • CHAIR (person) presidente
  • CHAIR[v] presider
  • CHAIRMAN presidente
  • CHAIRPERSON presidente
  • CHAIRWOMAN presidente
  • CHALDEA *Chaldea
  • CHALDEAN (language) *chaldeic, *chaldeo
  • CHALDEAN (person) *chaldeo
  • CHALDEAN adj] *chaldee
  • CHALET chalet
  • CHALK creta
  • CHALLENGE[n] defia
  • CHALLENGE[v] defiar
  • CHALLENGING stimulante
  • CHAMBER-MUSIC musica de camera
  • CHAMBER camera
  • CHAMBER MUSIC musica de camera
  • CHAMBERMAID camerera
  • CHAMOIS camoce
  • CHAMPAGNE champagne
  • CHAMPION campion, advocato
  • CHAMPIONSHIP-GAME campionato final
  • CHAMPIONSHIP-MATCH campionato final
  • CHAMPIONSHIP campionato
  • CHANCE (luck) fortuna, hasardo
  • CHANCE (opportunity) occasion
  • CHANCE, BY per fortuna
  • CHANCE[v] hasardar
  • CHANCELLOR cancellero
  • CHANCY hasardate
  • CHANDELIER lustro
  • CHANGE-CLOTHES cambiar de vestimentos
  • CHANGE-ONE'S MIND cambiar de opinion
  • CHANGE-TRAINS cambiar de traino
  • CHANGE (alteration) alteration;
  • CHANGE (changed condition) cambiamento;
  • CHANGE (make different) alterar;
  • CHANGE (money) cambio, parve moneta;
  • CHANGE (replace) cambiar;
  • CHANGE (substitution) cambio;
  • CHANGE[v] alterar se, cambiar
  • CHANGEABLE cambiabile
  • CHANGELESS immutabile
  • CHANNEL-ISLANDS Insulas Anglonormanne
  • CHANNEL canal
  • CHANNEL, ENGLISH Le Canal, Le Manica
  • CHANT[n] canto
  • CHANT[v] cantar
  • CHAOS chaos
  • CHAOTIC chaotic
  • CHAP (man) typo;
  • CHAP (of skin) fissura;
  • CHAP[v] finder se
  • CHAPEL cappella
  • CHAPERON chaperon
  • CHAPLAIN cappellano
  • CHAPTER capitulo
  • CHAR (domestic) nettatrice domestic
  • CHAR (work as) travaliar como nettatrice domestic
  • CHAR[v] carbonisar
  • CHARACTER (chap) typo
  • CHARACTER (distinctive mark, moral constitution) character
  • CHARACTER (theater) persona;
  • CHARACTERISTIC adj] characteristic
  • CHARACTERISTIC[n] characteristica
  • CHARADE charade
  • CHARCOAL carbon de ligno
  • CHARGE (accusation) accusation;
  • CHARGE (accuse) accusar
  • CHARGE (ask) demandar
  • CHARGE (attack, load)[v] cargar
  • CHARGE (attack, load, task)[n] carga
  • CHARGE (cost) costo
  • CHARGE (entrust) incargar
  • CHARGE, (BE IN - OF) esser incargate de, esser le chef de
  • CHARIER (more careful) plus caute
  • CHARIOT carro
  • CHARISMA *charisma
  • CHARISMATIC *charismatic
  • CHARITABLE caritabile
  • CHARITY caritate
  • CHARLATAN charlatan
  • CHARM (amulet) amuleto
  • CHARM (attractiveness) charme
  • CHARM (spell) sortilegio
  • CHARM[v] incantar
  • CHARMING[v] incantator
  • CHART (graph) graphico
  • CHART, SEA[n] carta
  • CHART[v] cartar
  • CHARTER (grant charter) chartar
  • CHARTER (hire a - ) affretamento
  • CHARTER (hire) locar, *affretar
  • CHARTER (paper) charta;
  • CHARTER (ship, etc.)[v] affretar
  • CHARTERER affretator
  • CHARTERING affretamento
  • CHARY caute, circumspecte
  • CHASE-AWAY chassar
  • CHASE-OFF chassar
  • CHASE (hunt)[n] chassa
  • CHASE (hunt)[v] chassar
  • CHASE (pursue) persequer
  • CHASE (pursuit) persecution
  • CHASE OFF = chassar
  • CHASM abysso
  • CHASSIS chassis
  • CHASTE caste
  • CHASTISE castigar
  • CHASTISEMENT castigamento
  • CHASTITY castitate
  • CHAT[n] confabulation
  • CHAT[v] confabular
  • CHATTER-BOX = confabulator
  • CHATTER (of teeth) fremer
  • CHATTER (talk) garrular
  • CHATTERBOX confabulator
  • CHATTY loquace
  • CHAUFFEUR chauffeur
  • CHAUVINISM chauvinismo
  • CHAUVINIST adj] chauvinistic
  • CHAUVINIST[n] chauvinista
  • CHEAP adj] incostose
  • CHEAP adv] a bon mercato
  • CHEAPEN diminuer de valor
  • CHEAT[n] fraudator
  • CHEAT[v] fraudar
  • CHECK-BOOK libro de cheques
  • CHECK-CARD = carta de cheques
  • CHECK-OUT (leave) quitar
  • CHECK-OUT = (leave) quitar
  • CHECK-UP (ascertain) verificar
  • CHECK-UP (test) examinar
  • CHECK (bank draft; checque) cheque
  • CHECK (chess move) mitter (le rege) in chaco
  • CHECK (chess, pattern) chaco
  • CHECK (control)[n] controlo
  • CHECK (control)[v] controlar
  • CHECK (cross) indicar per un cruce
  • CHECK (restrain) reprimer
  • CHECK (verify) verificar
  • CHECKBOOK libro de cheques
  • CHECKERED (career) accidentate
  • CHECKERS damas
  • CHECKMATE[n] chaco mat
  • CHECKMATE[v] matar
  • CHEEK-BONE = *zygoma
  • CHEEK (body part) gena
  • CHEEK (effrontery) impudentia
  • CHEEKBONE *zygoma
  • CHEEKY impudente
  • CHEER-UP interj] corage!
  • CHEER-UP[v] allegrar (se)
  • CHEER (applause) acclamation
  • CHEER (hilarity) hilaritate;
  • CHEER[v] acclamar
  • CHEERFUL allegre, gai
  • CHEERFULNESS allegressa, gaitate
  • CHEERIO a revider
  • CHEERLESS triste
  • CHEERS! a vostre sanitate!
  • CHEESE caseo
  • CHEF chef (de cocina)
  • CHEMICAL adj] chimic
  • CHEMICAL[n] substantia chimic
  • CHEMICALLY = *chimicamente
  • CHEMIST'S SHOP pharmacia
  • CHEMIST (expert in chemistry) chimico;
  • CHEMIST (pharmacist) pharmacista
  • CHEMISTRY chimia
  • CHEQUE-CARD carta de cheques
  • CHEQUE (bank check) cheque
  • CHEQUEBOOK libro de cheques
  • CHERISH mantener, tener car a
  • CHERRY ceresia
  • CHESAPEAKE-BAY = *Chesapeake Bay, *Baia del Chesapeake
  • CHESS chacos
  • CHESSBOARD *chacchiero
  • CHESSMAN pecia de chacos
  • CHEST-OF-DRAWERS commoda
  • CHEST (body part) pectore
  • CHEST (furniture) coffro
  • CHEST OF DRAWERS commoda
  • CHESTNUT-COLOURED castanie
  • CHESTNUT (colored) castanie
  • CHESTNUT (fruit) castania
  • CHESTNUT (tree) *castanio
  • CHEW[n] mastico
  • CHEW[v] masticar
  • CHEWING GUM gumma a masticar
  • CHEWING TOBACCO tabaco a masticar
  • CHIC chic
  • CHICK (chicken) galletto, pullo
  • CHICK (slang) *chicca
  • CHICKEN-COOP galliniera
  • CHICKEN-POX varicella
  • CHICKEN galletto, pullo
  • CHICORY (for coffee) cichorea
  • CHICORY (for salad) endivia
  • CHIDE reprimendar
  • CHIEF adj] principal
  • CHIEF[n] chef
  • CHILBLAIN (medical) gelatura
  • CHILD infante
  • CHILDBIRTH parturition
  • CHILDHOOD infantia
  • CHILDISH infantil
  • CHILE Chile
  • CHILEAN (person) chileno
  • CHILEAN adj] chilen;
  • CHILL, CATCH A prender frigido
  • CHILL[n] frigido;
  • CHILL[v] frigorificar
  • CHILLY frigide
  • CHIME[n] sonar, sono
  • CHIME[v] sonar
  • CHIMNEY camino; *chimenea
  • CHIMNEYSWEEP brossacamino
  • CHIMPANZEE chimpanze
  • CHIN (body part) mento
  • CHIN[v] levar se
  • CHINA (country) china
  • CHINA (porcelain) porcellana
  • CHINESE adj/n] chinese
  • CHINK fissura
  • CHIP (fragment)[n] fragmento
  • CHIP (microchip) *chip
  • CHIP[v] fragmentar
  • CHIPS (american) *chips
  • CHIPS (french fries) patatas frite
  • CHIPS (potato) *chips patata
  • CHIROPODIST *pedicuro
  • CHIROPODY *pedicura
  • CHIRP pipar
  • CHISEL[n] cisello
  • CHISEL[v] cisellar
  • CHIT billet
  • CHIVALROUS cavallerose
  • CHIVALRY cavalleria
  • CHLORIDE chloride
  • CHLORINATE *chlorar
  • CHLORINE chloro
  • CHLOROFORM chloroformo
  • CHLOROPHYLL chlorophylla
  • CHOCK[n] cuneo
  • CHOCOLATE-BAR tabletta de chocolate
  • CHOCOLATE chocolate
  • CHOICE adj] selecte
  • CHOICE[n] selection
  • CHOIR choro
  • CHOKE (mechanical, firearms)[n] regulator de aere
  • CHOKE (no air) suffocar
  • CHOKE (politics) suffocar
  • CHOLERA cholera
  • CHOOSE seliger, selectionar
  • CHOP (cut meat, etc.)[v] hachar
  • CHOP (cut of meat) cotelette
  • CHOP (hit) colpo
  • CHOPPER (axe) hachatoria
  • CHOPPY agitate
  • CHORAL choral
  • CHORD (geometry) chorda
  • CHORD (musica) accordo
  • CHORE travalio penose
  • CHOREOGRAPHY choreographia
  • CHORUS choro
  • CHRIST Christo
  • CHRISTEN baptisar
  • CHRISTENDOM *christiania
  • CHRISTENING baptismo
  • CHRISTIAN-NAME nomine de baptismo, prenomine
  • CHRISTIAN [adj christian
  • CHRISTIAN [n] christiano
  • CHRISTIANITY (faith) christianismo
  • CHRISTIANITY (life) christianitate
  • CHRISTMAS-CARD carta de Natal
  • CHRISTMAS-CAROL canto de natal
  • CHRISTMAS-TREE arbore de Natal
  • CHRISTMAS [adj] de Natal;
  • CHRISTMAS [n] Natal, *Noel;
  • CHRISTMAS, FATHER patre natal
  • CHRISTMAS, MERRY felice natal
  • CHROMATIC chromatic
  • CHROME-PLATED *chromate
  • CHROME (chromium) chromo
  • CHROMIUM (chrome) chromo
  • CHROMOSOME chromasoma
  • CHRONIC chronic
  • CHRONICLE chronica
  • CHRONOLOGICAL chronologic
  • CHRONOLOGICALLY = *chronologicamente
  • CHRONOLOGY chronologia
  • CHRYSALIS chrysalide
  • CHRYSANTHEMUM chrysanthemo
  • CHUBBY rotunde
  • CHUCKLE [n] riso dulce
  • CHUCKLE [v] rider (dulcemente)
  • CHUNK pecia
  • CHURCH-KEY (bottle opener) aperibottilias
  • CHURCH-OF-ENGLAND Ecclesia Anglican
  • CHURCH-YARD (cemetery) cemeterio
  • CHURCH [adj] ecclesiastic
  • CHURCH [n] ecclesia
  • CHURN [n] apparato pro facer butyro;
  • CHURN [v] agitar
  • CHUTE (plaything, playground equipment) *glissatorio
  • CHUTE (tube) canal
  • CHUTNEY *chutney (condimento de species)
  • CHUTZPAH (forwardness) *chutspa, corage, braveria
  • CHUUK *Chuuk
  • CIDER cidra
  • CIGAR cigarro
  • CIGARETTE-LIGHTER accenditor
  • CIGARETTE cigaretta
  • CINDER cinere
  • CINE-CAMERA camera
  • CINE-PROJECTOR cinematographo
  • CINE *cine
  • CINEMA cinema
  • CINEMATIC CAMERA camera
  • CINNAMON cannella
  • CIRCLE circulo
  • CIRCUIT [n] circuito
  • CIRCUIT [v] circuir
  • CIRCUITOUS indirecte
  • CIRCULAR [adj] circular
  • CIRCULAR [n] circular
  • CIRCULATE circular
  • CIRCULATION (be in - ) haber curso
  • CIRCULATION (going round) circulation
  • CIRCULATION (of papers) tirage
  • CIRCUMCISION circumcision
  • CIRCUMCIZE circumcider
  • CIRCUMFERENCE circumferentia
  • CIRCUMSPECT circumspecte
  • CIRCUMSTANCE circumstantia
  • CIRCUMSTANTIAL circumstantial
  • CIRCUMSTANTIALLY *circumstantialmente
  • CIRCUS circo
  • CISTERN cisterna
  • CITATION citation
  • CITE citar
  • CITIZEN citatano
  • CITIZENSHIP derecto de citatano, *citatania
  • CITY-PLANNING urbanismo
  • CITY citate
  • CIVIC civic
  • CIVIL-ENGINEERING ingenieria civil
  • CIVIL-SERVANT functionario public
  • CIVIL-SERVICE administration statal
  • CIVIL-WAR guerra civil
  • CIVIL civil
  • CIVILIAN [adj] civil
  • CIVILIAN [n] civil
  • CIVILIZATION civilisation
  • CIVILIZE civilisar
  • CLAD (clothed) vestite
  • CLAD revestite
  • CLAIM [n] (demand) reclamation
  • CLAIM [n] (right) pretension
  • CLAIM [v] (assert) asserer
  • CLAIM [v] (demand) reclamar
  • CLAIM, LAY - TO pretender a
  • CLAIRVOYANT [adj] vidente
  • CLAIRVOYANT [n] vidente
  • CLAM bivalvo
  • CLAMBER scander
  • CLAMMY humide
  • CLAMOR [n] clamor
  • CLAMOR [v] critar
  • CLAMOUR [n] clamor
  • CLAMOUR [v] critar
  • CLAMP [n] crampa
  • CLAMP [v] crampar
  • CLAN clan
  • CLANDESTINE clandestin
  • CLANG [n] sono metallic, *clanc
  • CLANG [v] sonar, sonar como *clanc
  • CLANK [n] sono metallic, *clanc
  • CLANK [v] sonar, sonar como *clanc
  • CLAP [n] colpo
  • CLAP [v] (applaud) applauder
  • CLAP [v] (hands) batter le manos
  • CLAPTRAP nonsenso
  • CLARET claretto
  • CLARIFICATION clarification
  • CLARIFY clarar
  • CLARINET clarinetto
  • CLARITY claritate
  • CLASH [n] conflicto
  • CLASH [v] confliger
  • CLASP [n] fibula
  • CLASP [v] (embrace) imbraciar
  • CLASP [v] (fasten) stringer
  • CLASS classe
  • CLASSIC [adj] classic
  • CLASSIC [n] classico
  • CLASSICAL classic
  • CLASSICALLY *classicamente
  • CLASSIFICATION classification
  • CLASSIFY classificar
  • CLASSROOM sala de classe
  • CLATTER [n] ruito
  • CLATTER [v] facer ruito
  • CLAUSE (grammatic) proposition
  • CLAUSE (legal) clausula
  • CLAUSTROPHOBIA claustrophobia
  • CLAW ungula
  • CLAY argilla
  • CLEAN [adj] munde
  • CLEAN [v] (remove dirt) mundar, nettar
  • CLEAN [v] (remove stains) dismacular
  • CLEANER (person, fluid) dismaculator
  • CLEANER, OFFICE *nettatrice
  • CLEANER, VACUUM aspirator
  • CLEANING (of dirt) nettamento
  • CLEANING (of stains) dismaculatura
  • CLEANING FLUID dismaculator
  • CLEANING mundification
  • CLEANING, DRY lavage chimic
  • CLEANLINESS munditia, nettitate
  • CLEANNESS munditia, nettitate
  • CLEANSE mundar, nettar
  • CLEANSER *detersivo
  • CLEANSING abstersive
  • CLEAR-AWAY portar via
  • CLEAR-CUT *univoc
  • CLEAR-OFF fugir
  • CLEAR-OFF! (as order) foras de hic!
  • CLEAR-ONE'S THROAT clarar se le gorga
  • CLEAR-UP (brighten) clarar se
  • CLEAR-UP (explain) clarar, elucidar
  • CLEAR-UP (tidy) regular
  • CLEAR [adj] (manifest) clar
  • CLEAR [adj] (pure) clar
  • CLEAR [adj] (unobstructed) libere
  • CLEAR [v] (of blame) disculpar
  • CLEAR [v] (of impurity) clarar
  • CLEAR [v] (of obstruction) liberar
  • CLEAR [vi] clarar se
  • CLEAR [vt] (jump) saltar
  • CLEARANCE (permission) permission
  • CLEARANCE (sale) liquidation
  • CLEARING spatio libere
  • CLEF clave
  • CLEF,BASS clave de basso
  • CLEF,TREBLE clave de violino
  • CLENCH-ONE'S-FIST serrar le pugno
  • CLENCH [v] serrar
  • CLERGY clero
  • CLERGYMAN clerico
  • CLERICAL-ERROR error de copista
  • CLERICAL (of clergy) clerical
  • CLERK commisso
  • CLEVER habile, intelligente
  • CLEVERNESS habilitate, intelligentia
  • CLICHE cliche
  • CLICK [n] (with mouse) *clic
  • CLICK [n] tic-tac
  • CLICK [v] (with mouse) *cliccar
  • CLICK [v] facer tic-tac
  • CLIENT cliente
  • CLIENTELE clientela
  • CLIFF precipitio
  • CLIMATE climate
  • CLIMAX culmine
  • CLIMB [n] ascension, montata
  • CLIMB [v] ascender, montar
  • CLIMBER alpinista
  • CLING adherer
  • CLINIC clinica
  • CLINICAL clinic
  • CLINICALLY *clinicamente
  • CLINK [n] *clinc, sono metallic
  • CLINK [v] sonar como *clinc
  • CLIP [n] crampa
  • CLIP [v] (cut) tonder
  • CLIP [v] (use clip) crampar
  • CLITORIS *clitoride
  • CLOAK mantello
  • CLOAKROOM vestiario
  • CLOCK-HAND flecha
  • CLOCK-IN registrar su arrivata
  • CLOCK-OFF registrar su partita
  • CLOCK-ON registrar su arrivata
  • CLOCK-OUT registrar su partita
  • CLOCK horologio
  • CLOCKWISE in senso *horologic
  • CLOCKWORK mechanismo de horologieria
  • CLOG [n] calceo de ligno
  • CLOG [v] obstruer
  • CLOISTER clausura
  • CLOSE-DOWN clauder (se)
  • CLOSE-FITTING stricte
  • CLOSE-UP [adv] presso
  • CLOSE-UP [v] serrar (se)
  • CLOSE [adj] (intimate) intime
  • CLOSE [adj] (near) proxime
  • CLOSE [adv] presso
  • CLOSE [prep] presso
  • CLOSE [v] clauder (se)
  • CLOSED [adj] clause; claudite
  • CLOSENESS proximitate
  • CLOSET armario, cabinetto
  • CLOSURE clausura
  • CLOT [n] grumo
  • CLOT [vi] coagular
  • CLOTH (fabric) drappo
  • CLOTH (piece) panno
  • CLOTHE vestir
  • CLOTHES-BRUSH brossa pro vestimentos
  • CLOTHES-DRYER *siccator
  • CLOTHES-LINE corda pro extender le pannos lavate
  • CLOTHES-PEG cavilia de pannos lavate
  • CLOTHES vestimentos
  • CLOTHING vestimentos
  • CLOUD [n] nube
  • CLOUDBURST pluvia subite torrential
  • CLOUDY nubilose
  • CLOVE clavo
  • CLOVER trifolio
  • CLOWN clown
  • CLUB-TOGETHER quotisar se
  • CLUB [n] (cudgel) fuste
  • CLUB [n] (society) club
  • CLUB [v] bastonar
  • CLUB [v] fustigar
  • CLUCK (flip-flop sound) *clac, sono *palmate
  • CLUCK [n] (chicken noise) *cloc
  • CLUCK [v] (chicken noise) sonar como *clac
  • CLUE indicio
  • CLUMP-TOGETHER gregar, gruppar
  • CLUMP (of earth) bloco
  • CLUMP (trees) gruppo
  • CLUMSY inhabile
  • CLUNK [n] *clanc!, sono metallic;
  • CLUNK [v] sonar metallic como *clanc
  • CLUNKER (old car, machine) *strepitor
  • CLUSTER [n] (group) gruppo
  • CLUSTER [n] (of fruit, flowers) racemo
  • CLUSTER [v] gregar (se); gruppar (se)
  • CLUTCH (mechanical) accopulamento
  • CLUTCH [n] (grip) prisa
  • CLUTCH [v] sasir
  • CLUTTER [n] incombramento
  • CLUTTER [v] incombrar
  • CO-EDUCATION coeducation
  • COACH [n] (carriage) carosse, cochi
  • COACH [n] (for tourists) autocar
  • COACH [n] (sport) trainator
  • COACH [n] (tutor) repetitor
  • COACH [v] maestrar, trainar
  • COAGULATE coagular
  • COAL carbon
  • COALITION coalition
  • COALMERCHANT carbonero
  • COALMINE carboniera
  • COALMINER minator de carbon
  • COARSE grossier, vulgar
  • COARSENESS grosseria
  • COAST [adj] litoral
  • COAST [n] costa, litore
  • COAST [v] costear
  • COASTGUARD guardacostas
  • COASTLINE litoral
  • COAT-HANGER portamantello
  • COAT-OF-ARMS insignia nobiliari
  • COAT [n] (clothing) mantello
  • COAT [n] (of animal) pilo
  • COAT [n] (of mud, etc.) revestimento
  • COAT [n] (of paint) application
  • COAT [v] revestir
  • COAX persuader
  • COAXIAL *coaxial
  • COB (of corn) spica
  • COB (swan) cygno mascule
  • COBBLER reparator de scarpas
  • COBRA cobra
  • COBWEB tela de aranea
  • COCAINE cocaina
  • COCK (poultry) gallo
  • COCK (slang) penis, *pene
  • COCK (tap) alvula
  • COCKLE *cardio, bivalvo marin
  • COCKPIT cabina del pilota
  • COCKROACH blatta
  • COCKTAIL cocktail
  • COCKY arrogante, vanitose
  • COCOA cacao
  • COCONUT coco
  • COCOON cocon
  • COD gado
  • CODE [v] (programming) *codificar
  • CODE codice
  • CODE,BINARY *codice binari
  • CODEINE *codeina
  • CODER *codificator
  • CODEX codice (de lege, o scriptura)
  • CODIFICATION *codification
  • CODIFY *codificar
  • COERCE coager, *coercer
  • COERCION coaction, *coercion
  • COEXIST = coexister
  • COFFEE-BAR = cafe
  • COFFEE-BEAN = grano de caffe
  • COFFEE-HOUSE = cafe, *cafeteria, *caffeteria
  • COFFEE-TABLE = tabula de caffe
  • COFFEE = caffe
  • COFFIN = cassa, sarcophago
  • COG = pinnion
  • COGNAC = cognac
  • COHABIT = cohabitar
  • COHABITATION = cohabitation
  • COHERE = coherer
  • COHERENCE = coherentia
  • COHERENT = coherente
  • COHESION = *cohesion
  • COIL [n] (electrical) = bobina
  • COIL [n] (spiral) = spira
  • COIL [v] (electrical) = bobinar
  • COIL [vi] = serpentar
  • COIL [vt] (roll up) = inrolar
  • COIN [n] = numisma
  • COIN [v] = cunear
  • COINCIDE = coincider
  • COINCIDENCE = coincidentia
  • COINCIDENTAL = coincidental
  • COINCIDENTALLY = *coincidentalmente
  • COLANDER = colo
  • COLD [adj] = frigide
  • COLD [n] = (coldness) frigido, frigor
  • COLD [n] = (illness) rheuma
  • COLD,CATCH A = prender frigido
  • COLD,FEEL = haber frigido
  • COLD,HAVE A = rheumatisar se
  • COLD,THE-WEATHER-IS = il face frigido
  • COLLABORATE = collaborar
  • COLLABORATION = collaboration
  • COLLABORATOR = collaborator
  • COLLAPSE [n] = collapso
  • COLLAPSE [vi] = collaber
  • COLLAPSIBLE dismontabile
  • COLLAR collo
  • COLLARBONE clavicula
  • COLLEAGUE collega
  • COLLECT vt colliger; vi ammassar se
  • COLLECTION (things collected) collection; (mass) massa
  • COLLECTIVE collective
  • COLLECTOR collector
  • COLLEGE collegio
  • COLLIDE collider; - WITH impinger
  • COLLISION collision
  • COLLOQUIAL colloquial
  • COLLOQUIALISM colloquialismo
  • COLLUSION collusion
  • COLO(U)-BAR discrimination racial
  • COLO(U)R-BLIND daltonian
  • COLO(U)R n color; v colorar
  • COLO(U)RFUL pictoresc
  • COLON (anat.) colon; (punctuation) duo punctos
  • COLONEL colonello
  • COLONIAL colonial
  • COLONIALISM *colonialismo
  • COLONIZE colonisar
  • COLONY colonia
  • COLOSSAL colossal
  • COLT pullo
  • COLUMN (pillar) colonna, columna; (in newspaper) chronica; SPINAL - columna vertebral
  • COLUMNIST chronista, jornalista
  • COMA coma
  • COMB-ONE'S-HAIR pectinar se
  • COMB n (for hair) pectine; (of bird) cresta; v pectinar
  • COMBAT n combatto; v combatter
  • COMBINATION combination
  • COMBINE n association; v combinar (se)
  • COMBUSTIBLE combustibile
  • COMBUSTION combustion
  • COME-ABOUT evenir
  • COME-ACROSS (meet) incontrar; (cross) transversar
  • COME-AFTER sequer, succeder
  • COME-AMISS facer mal
  • COME-AMISS facer mal
  • COME-APART - divider se
  • COME-APART divider se
  • COME-APART divider se
  • COME-BACK n retorno; v revenir
  • COME-IN-FOR reciper
  • COME-IN entrar (in)
  • COME-INTO SIGHT apparer
  • COME-NEAR approchar se
  • COME-OFF (detach) distaccar se; (succeed) succeder
  • COME-OUT sortir
  • COME-ROUND reprender le sensos
  • COME-TO-AN AGREEMENT poner se de accordo
  • COME-TO-BLOWS venir al manos
  • COME-TO-BLOWS venir al manos
  • COME-TOGETHER convenir
  • COME-UNDONE disfacer se
  • COME venir
  • COMEDIAN comediano
  • COMEDY comedia
  • COMET cometa
  • COMFORT n conforto; v confortar
  • COMFORTABLE confortabile
  • COMIC adj comic; n (comedian) comico; (pictures) magazin (in designos)
  • COMICAL comic
  • COMISSIONAIRE switzo
  • COMMA comma, virgula; IN INVERTED -S inter virgulettas
  • COMMAND n commando; v commandar
  • COMMANDEER requisitionar
  • COMMANDER commandante
  • COMMANDMENT commandamento
  • COMMEMORATE commemorar
  • COMMEMORATION commemoration
  • COMMEMORATIVE commemorative
  • COMMENCE comenciar
  • COMMENCEMENT comenciamento
  • COMMEND commendar
  • COMMENDABLE commendabile
  • COMMENDATION commendation
  • COMMENT n commento; v commentar
  • COMMENTARY commentario
  • COMMENTATOR commentator
  • COMMERCE commercio
  • COMMERCIAL-TRAVEL(L)ER commisso viagiator
  • COMMERCIAL commercial
  • COMMERCIALIZE commercialisar
  • COMMISERATE commiserar
  • COMMISERATION commiseration
  • COMMISSAR commissario
  • COMMISSION n commission; v commissionar
  • COMMISSIONER commissario
  • COMMIT-A-SIN peccar
  • COMMIT-ADULTERY adulterar
  • COMMIT-ONESELF fider se
  • COMMIT committer
  • COMMITTEE committee, consilio
  • COMMODITY mercantia
  • COMMON-MARKET mercato commun
  • COMMON-SENSE senso commun
  • COMMON adj commun; n prato commun; HOUSE OF -s Camera Inferior, Camera del Communes
  • COMMONPLACE adj ordinari; n loco commun
  • COMMONWEALTH republica, confederation
  • COMMOTION commotion
  • COMMUNAL communal
  • COMMUNE n communa; v conferer
  • COMMUNICANT (informer) informator; (eccl.) communicante
  • COMMUNICATE communicar (se)
  • COMMUNICATION communication
  • COMMUNICATIVE commmunicative
  • COMMUNION communion; HOLY - Sancte Communion
  • COMMUNIQUE communicato
  • COMMUNISM communismo
  • COMMUNIST adj/n communista
  • COMMUNITY communitate
  • COMMUTE (change) commutar;(travel) viagiar omne die, viagiar con abonamento
  • COMMUTER viagiator quotidian, abonato
  • COMPACT adj compacte; n pacto
  • COMPANION companion
  • COMPANIONSHIP compania
  • COMPANY compania
  • COMPARABLE comparabile
  • COMPARATIVE comparative
  • COMPARE comparar
  • COMPARISON comparation
  • COMPARTMENT compartimento
  • COMPASS bussola; PAIR OF -ES compasso
  • COMPASSION compassion; FEEL - FOR compatir a
  • COMPASSIONATE misericorde
  • COMPATIBLE compatibile
  • COMPEL compeller
  • COMPENSATE compensar, indemnisar
  • COMPENSATION compensation, indemnitate
  • COMPETE competer, concurrer
  • COMPETENCE competentia
  • COMPETENT competente
  • COMPETING concurrente
  • COMPETITION competition, concurrentia
  • COMPETITIVE competitive
  • COMPETITOR competitor, concurrente
  • COMPILE compilar
  • COMPLACENCY complacentia
  • COMPLACENT complacente
  • COMPLAIN planger se, querelar
  • COMPLAINT plancto, querela
  • COMPLEMENT complemento
  • COMPLEMENTARY complementari
  • COMPLETE adj complete; v compler
  • COMPLETION completion
  • COMPLEX adj complexe; n complexo
  • COMPLEXION carnation
  • COMPLIANCE accordo, conformitate
  • COMPLICATE complicar
  • COMPLICATED complicate
  • COMPLIMENT n complimento; v complimentar; PAY -S facer complimentos; WITH THE -S OF homage de
  • COMPLIMENTARY complimentari; - TICKET billet de favor
  • COMPLY acceder, conformar se
  • COMPONENT adj/n componente
  • COMPOSE-ONESELF calmar se
  • COMPOSE componer
  • COMPOSED composite; BE - OF componer se de
  • COMPOSER compositor
  • COMPOSITE composite
  • COMPOSITION composition
  • COMPOST composto
  • COMPOSURE calma
  • COMPOUND adj composite; n composito; v componer; - INTEREST interesse composite
  • COMPREHEND comprehender, comprender
  • COMPREHENSION comprehension, comprension
  • COMPREHENSIVE comprehensive, comprensive; - SCHOOL schola secundari commun
  • COMPRESS n compressa; v comprimer
  • COMPRESSION compression
  • COMPRESSOR compressor
  • COMPRISE comprehender, comprender; BE -D OF componer se de
  • COMPROMISE n compromisso; v compromitter (se)
  • COMPULSION compulsion
  • COMPULSIVE compulsive, irresistibile
  • COMPULSORY compulsori, obligatori
  • COMPUTE computar
  • COMPUTER computator
  • COMRADE camerada
  • CONCAVE concave
  • CONCEAL (hide) celar; (cover) teger
  • CONCEDE conceder
  • CONCEIT vanitate
  • CONCEITED vanitose
  • CONCEIVE conciper
  • CONCENTRATE concentrar
  • CONCENTRATION-CAMP campo de concentration
  • CONCENTRATION concentration
  • CONCEPT concepto
  • CONCEPTION conception
  • CONCERN n (business) affaire; (worry) anxietate; v concerner, reguardar
  • CONCERNED anxie; BE - WITH preoccupar se de
  • CONCERNING concernente, de, super
  • CONCERT-HALL aula
  • CONCERT n concerto; v concertar
  • CONCERTED concertate
  • CONCERTINA concertina
  • CONCERTO concerto
  • CONCESSION concession
  • CONCILIATION consiliation
  • CONCISE concise
  • CONCLUDE concluder
  • CONCLUSION conclusion
  • CONCLUSIVE conclusive
  • CONCOCT (of food) confectionar; (a story) finger
  • CONCOCTION confection; fiction
  • CONCORD concordia
  • CONCRETE adj (made of concrete) de beton; (not abstract) concrete; n beton; v betonar; REINFORCED - beton armate
  • CONCURRENT concurrente
  • CONCUSSION concussion
  • CONDEMN condemnar
  • CONDEMNATION condemnation
  • CONDENSATION condensation
  • CONDENSE condensar (se)
  • CONDESCEND condescender
  • CONDESCENDING condescendente
  • CONDITION n condition; v conditionar; ON - THAT a condition que
  • CONDITIONAL adj/n conditional
  • CONDOLENCE condolentia
  • CONDOM *condom, medio anticonceptional
  • CONDONE *condonar, pardonar
  • CONDUCIVE conducente
  • CONDUCT n conducta; v (control) diriger; (lead) conducer
  • CONDUCTOR (of bus) billetero; (guide) conductor; (mus.) director
  • CONE (for ice-cream) *cornetto
  • CONE cono
  • CONFECTIONER'S SHOP confecteria
  • CONFECTIONER confectero
  • CONFEDERATE adj confederate; n (ally) confederato; (accomplice) complice
  • CONFEDERATION confederation
  • CONFER conferer
  • CONFERENCE conferentia; PRESS - conferentia de pressa
  • CONFESS confessar
  • CONFESSION confession
  • CONFETTI confetti
  • CONFIDE confider
  • CONFIDENCE-TRICK abuso de confidentia
  • CONFIDENCE-TRICK n duperia
  • CONFIDENCE confidentia
  • CONFIDENT confidente
  • CONFIDENTIAL confidential
  • CONFINE-ONESELF TO restringer se a
  • CONFINE n confinio; v confinar
  • CONFINEMENT (restriction) confinamento; (childbirth) puerperio
  • CONFIRM confirmar
  • CONFIRMATION confirmation
  • CONFIRMED inveterate
  • CONFISCATE confiscar
  • CONFISCATION confiscation
  • CONFLICT n conflicto; v confliger
  • CONFORM conformar se
  • CONFORMITY conformitate; IN - WITH conforme a
  • CONFOUND confunder
  • CONFRONT confrontar
  • CONFUSE confunder
  • CONFUSED confuse
  • CONFUSION confusion
  • CONGEAL congelar (se)
  • CONGENIAL congenial
  • CONGEST congerer
  • CONGESTED (crowded) congerite; (med.) injectate
  • CONGESTION congestion
  • CONGRATULATE congratular, felicitar
  • CONGRATULATION congratulation, felicitation
  • CONGREGATE congregar (se)
  • CONGREGATION congregation
  • CONGRESS congresso
  • CONGRESSMAN congressista
  • CONICAL conic
  • CONIFER conifere
  • CONJECTURE n conjectura; v conjecturar
  • CONJUGAL conjugal
  • CONJUGATE conjugar
  • CONJUNCTION conjunction; IN - WITH conjunctemente con
  • CONJURE vt invocar; vi prestigiar; - UP evocar
  • CONJURER prestigitator
  • CONJURING prestidigitation; - TRICK prestigio
  • CONNECT vt connecter; vi junger se
  • CONNECTION connexion
  • CONNIVE connivar
  • CONNOISSEUR (expert) cognoscitor; (of food) gourmet
  • CONNOTATION signification
  • CONNOTE significar
  • CONQUER conquirer
  • CONQUEROR conguisitor
  • CONQUEST conquesta
  • CONSCIENCE conscientia; MATTER OF - caso de conscientia
  • CONSCIENTIOUS conscientiose
  • CONSCIOUS consciente; BE - OF esser conscie de
  • CONSCIOUSNESS conscientia;GAIN/LOSE - ganiar, perder conscientia, le sensos
  • CONSCRIPT n conscripto; v conscriber
  • CONSECRATE consecrar
  • CONSECRATION consecration
  • CONSECUTIVE consecutive
  • CONSENSUS consenso
  • CONSENT n consentimento; v consentir; BY COMMON - de communaccordo
  • CONSEQUENCE consequentia; IN - OF in consequentia de
  • CONSERVATION conservation; - OF ENERGY conservation de energia
  • CONSERVATIVE adj (preservative) conservative; (pol.) conservatori; n conservator
  • CONSERVATORY conservatorio
  • CONSERVE conservar
  • CONSIDER-ONESELF creder se
  • CONSIDER considerar
  • CONSIDERABLE considerabile
  • CONSIDERABLY assatis
  • CONSIDERATE sollicite
  • CONSIDERATION consideration; BE UNDER - esser in consideration
  • CONSIGN consignar
  • CONSIGNMENT consignation
  • CONSIST consister
  • CONSISTENCY consistentia
  • CONSISTENT consistente
  • CONSOLATION consolation
  • CONSOLE n consola; v consolar
  • CONSOLIDATE consolidar
  • CONSONANT adj/n consonante
  • CONSORTIUM *consortium
  • CONSPICUOUS conspicue; BE - BY ONE'S ABSENCE brillar per su absentia
  • CONSPIRACY conspiration
  • CONSPIRATDR conspirator
  • CONSPIRE conspirar
  • CONSTABLE agente de policia
  • CONSTANT adj/n constante
  • CONSTELLATION constellation
  • CONSTIPATED constipate
  • CONSTIPATION constipation
  • CONSTITUENCY districto electoral
  • CONSTITUENT adj/n constituente
  • CONSTITUTE constituer
  • CONSTITUTION constitution
  • CONSTRAIN constringer
  • CONSTRAINT coercition
  • CONSTRICT constringer
  • CONSTRUCT construer
  • CONSTRUCTION construction
  • CONSTRUCTIVE constructive
  • CONSUL consule
  • CONSULATE consulato
  • CONSULT consultar
  • CONSULTANT consultor
  • CONSULTATION consultation
  • CONSUME (eat) consumer; (of fire) comburer; (use up) exhaurir
  • CONSUMER consumitor
  • CONSUMPTION consumption
  • CONSUMPTIVE adj consumptive; n consumptivo
  • CONTACT-LENSES lentes a contacto
  • CONTACT n contacto; v continger; BE IN - WITH esser in contacto con
  • CONTAGIOUS contagiose
  • CONTAIN continer
  • CONTAINER-SHIP nave a containers
  • CONTAINER (holder) receptaculo; (of freight) *container
  • CONTAMINATE contaminar
  • CONTAMINATION contamination
  • CONTEMPLATE contemplar, considerar
  • CONTEMPORARY adj contemporanee; n contemporaneo
  • CONTEMPT contempto
  • CONTEMPTUOUS contemptuose
  • CONTEND contender
  • CONTENT adj contente; n contento
  • CONTENTS contento
  • CONTEST n concurso; v contestar
  • CONTESTANT concurrente
  • CONTEXT contexto
  • CONTINENT adj/n continente
  • CONTINENTAL continental
  • CONTINGENCY contingentia, eventualitate
  • CONTINGENT adj/n contingente
  • CONTINUAL continue
  • CONTINUATION continuation
  • CONTINUE continuar (se)
  • CONTINUITY continuitate
  • CONTINUOUS continue
  • CONTORT contorquer
  • CONTORTION contortion
  • CONTOUR contorno
  • CONTRABAND contrabando
  • CONTRACEPTION anticonception
  • CONTRACEPTIVE adj anticonceptional; n medio anticonceptional
  • CONTRACT n contracto; v contraher (se)
  • CONTRACTION contraction
  • CONTRACTOR interprenditor, contractista
  • CONTRADICT contradicer
  • CONTRADICTION contradiction
  • CONTRADICTORY contradictori
  • CONTRALTO contralto
  • CONTRAPTION apparato, machina
  • CONTRARY adj adverse, contrari; n contrario; ON THE - al contrario
  • CONTRAST n contrasto; vt mitter in contrasto; vi contrastar
  • CONTRAVENE contravenir
  • CONTRAVENTION contravention
  • CONTRIBUTE contribuer
  • CONTRIBUTION (financial) apporto
  • CONTRIBUTION contribution
  • CONTRIVE arrangiar
  • CONTROL n (check) controlo; (direction) direction; v (check) controlar; (govern) diriger, governar
  • CONTROVERSIAL controverse
  • CONTROVERSY controversia, polemica
  • CONVALESCE convalescer
  • CONVALESCENCE convalescentia
  • CONVALESCENT adj/n convalescente
  • CONVENE vt convocar; vi convenir
  • CONVENIENCE commoditate, convenientia
  • CONVENIENT commode
  • CONVENT convento
  • CONVENTION convention
  • CONVENTIONAL conventional
  • CONVERGE converger
  • CONVERSANT WITH versate in
  • CONVERSATION conversation
  • CONVERSE n (contrary) opposito; (math.) *reciproco; v conversar
  • CONVERSELY reciprocamente
  • CONVERSION conversion
  • CONVERT n converso; v converter
  • CONVERTIBLE convertibile
  • CONVEX convexe
  • CONVEY (transfer) traducer; (transmit) transmitter; (carry) transportar
  • CONVEYOR BELT banda transportator
  • CONVICT n convicto; v convincer
  • CONVICTION (belief) conviction; (for crime) condemnation
  • CONVINCE convincer
  • CONVOY n convio, convoyo; v convoyar
  • CONVULSION convulsion
  • COOK-BOOK libro de cocina
  • COOK n cocinero, cocinera; vt cocer; vi (undergo cooking) cocer; (do the cooking) cocinar
  • COOKER apparato a cocer
  • COOKERY cocina
  • COOKIE biscuit
  • COOKING cocina, coction
  • COOL adj fresc; n fresco; v frigidar
  • COOLNESS frescor
  • COOP-UP includer
  • COOP (chicken)[n] galliniera
  • COOPERATE cooperar
  • COOPERATION cooperation
  • COOPERATIVE adj cooperative; n cooperativa
  • COORDINATE adj coordinate; n coordinata; v coordinar
  • COORDINATION coordination
  • COPE n pluvial; v arrangiar se
  • COPIOUS copiose
  • COPPER adj de cupro; n (metal) cupro; (policeman) agente de policia
  • COPSE boschetto
  • COPULATE copular se
  • COPY n (reproduction) copia; (specimen) exemplar; v copiar; MAKE A - OF reproducer
  • COPYING-BY-XEROX *xerographia
  • COPYRIGHT copyright
  • CORAL corallo
  • CORD corda
  • CORDIAL adj/n cordial
  • CORDON cordon
  • CORDUROY villuto costate
  • CORE (nucleus) nucleo; (of fruit) corde
  • CORK n corco; v corcar
  • CORKSCREW tiracorcos
  • CORN n (grain) grano, cereales; (maize) mais; (hard skin) callo; v insalar
  • CORNED BEEF bove insalate
  • CORNER-KICK (soccer/football) *colpo de angulo, *colpo de corner
  • CORNER-THE-MARKET accaparar
  • CORNER adj angular; n angulo; vt (trap) accular; (monopolize) monopolisar, *accapar; vi (turn) *virar
  • CORNET (mus.) cornetta; (for ice-cream) *cornetto
  • CORNFLAKES floccos de mais
  • CORNFLOUR farina de mais
  • COROLLARY corollario
  • CORONARY coronari
  • CORONATION coronatior
  • CORPORAL adj corporal; n caporal
  • CORPORATION (guild) corporation; (city council) consilio municipal; (incorporated company) societate anonyme
  • CORPS corpore
  • CORPSE cadavere
  • CORRECT adj correcte; v corriger
  • CORRECTION correction
  • CORRELATE correlatar
  • CORRELATION correlation
  • CORRESPOND corresponder
  • CORRESPONDENCE correspondentia
  • CORRESPONDENT adj/n correspondente
  • CORRIDOR corridor
  • CORRODE corroder (se)
  • CORROSION corrosion
  • CORROSIVE adj corrosive; n *corrosivo
  • CORRUGATE corrugar
  • CORRUPT adj corrupte; v corrumper
  • CORRUPTION corruption
  • CORSET corset
  • CORSICA *Corsica
  • CORSICAN adj *corse; n *corso
  • COSH n massa; v massar
  • COSMETIC adj cosmetic; n cosmetico; -S cosmetica
  • COSMIC cosmic
  • COSMONAUT *cosmonauta
  • COSMOPOLITAN adj/n cosmopolita
  • COSMOS cosmo
  • COST n costo; vt evalutar; vi costar; AT ALL -S a omne costo; WITHOUT - gratis
  • COSTLY costose
  • COSTUME costume
  • COSY commode
  • COT lecto de infante
  • COTTAGE cabana
  • COTTON coton
  • COTTONWOOL watta
  • COUCH n lecto de reposo; vt (lay) reposar; (express) exprimer; vi jacer
  • COUCHETTE *couchette
  • COUGH n tusse; vi tussir
  • COUNCIL consilio
  • COUNCILOR consiliero
  • COUNSEL n (advice) consilio; (barrister) advocato; v consiliar
  • COUNT-ON contar super
  • COUNT n (reckoning) computo; (earl) conte; vt contar; vi importar
  • COUNTDOWN computo a retro
  • COUNTER-CLOCKWISE in senso *antihorologic
  • COUNTER n (in shop) banco; (person or thing that counts) contator; v contrariar
  • COUNTERATTACK n *contraattacco; v *contraattaccar
  • COUNTERFEIT-MONEY moneta false
  • COUNTERFEIT adj contrafacte; n contrafaction; v contrafacer
  • COUNTERFOIL talon
  • COUNTERPART pendant
  • COUNTESS contessa
  • COUNTLESS innumerabile
  • COUNTRY adj campestre; n (land) pais; (not town) campania
  • COUNTRYSIDE campania
  • COUNTY contato
  • COUP colpo; - DE GRACE colpo de gratia; - D'ETAT colpo de stato
  • COUPLE n (pair) copula; (married) sposos; vt accopular
  • COUPON coupon
  • COURAGE corage
  • COURAGEOUS coragiose
  • COURIER currero
  • COURSE (path, series) curso; (of action) via; (part of meal) platto; IN DUE - a tempore debite; OF - naturalmente
  • COURT-MARTIAL consilio de guerra
  • COURT n corte; v cortesar, facer le corte a; TENNIS - terreno de tennis
  • COURTEOUS cortese
  • COURTESY cortesia
  • COURTYARD *cortil
  • COUSIN (fem.) cosina; (masc.) cosino
  • COVE parve baia
  • COVENANT n convention, pacto; v facer un convention, promitter
  • COVER n (covering) copertura; (lid) coperculo; v (put over) coperir; (travel) percurrer
  • COVET concupiscer
  • COW n vacca; v intimidar
  • COWARD coardo
  • COWARDLY coarde
  • COWBOY *cowboy, vacchero
  • COWER quattar tremulante
  • COWHAND vacchero
  • COWSHED boveria
  • COY modeste, timide
  • CRAB cancere
  • CRACK-A-JOKE lanciar un burla
  • CRACK n (noise) crac; (split) fissura; vt (split) finder; vi (make a noise) craccar; (split) finder se
  • CRACKER (biscuit) biscuit; (fire) petardo
  • CRACKLE crepitar
  • CRACKLING (noise) crepitation; (cul.) pelle rostite (de porco)
  • CRADLE n cuna; v (rock in cradle) cunar; (put in cradle) incunar
  • CRAFT (cunning) astutia; (ship) nave, vascello; (trade) mestiero
  • CRAFTSMAN artisano, maestro
  • CRAFTSMANSHIP maestria
  • CRAFTY astute
  • CRAG rocca prominente
  • CRAM reimpler
  • CRAMP n (med.) crampo; (tool) crampa; v impedir
  • CRANE n grue; v tender le collo
  • CRASH-HELMET casco protective
  • CRASH n (collision) collision; (fin.) crac, *crash; (sound) crac, fracasso; vi colli-der
  • CRATE cassa de imballaye
  • CRATER crater
  • CRAVE appeter, desirar ardentemente
  • CRAWL n (swimming) *crawl; v reper
  • CRAYON pastello
  • CRAZE (madness) follia; (enthusiasm) mania; (fashion) moda
  • CRAZY-PAVING pavimento irregular
  • CRAZY folle
  • CREAK strider
  • CREAM crema
  • CREAMY cremose
  • CREASE-RESISTANT *antiruga
  • CREASE n ruga; v rugar
  • CREATE crear
  • CREATION creation
  • CREATIVE creative
  • CREATOR creator
  • CREATURE creatura
  • CRECHE asylo infantil
  • CREDENTIALS litteras de credentia
  • CREDIBLE credibile
  • CREDIT-CARD carta de credito
  • CREDIT adj *creditori; n credito; v (believe) creder; (bookkeeping) creditar
  • CREDIT CARD carta de credito
  • CREDITOR creditor
  • CREED credo
  • CREEP-OUT sortir sin facer ruito
  • CREEP-UP approchar se sin esser notate
  • CREEP v (crawl) reper; (climb) scander
  • CREEPY horripilante
  • CREMATE cremar
  • CREMATION cremation
  • CREMATORIUM crematorio
  • CREOSOTE creosoto
  • CRESCENDO crescendo
  • CRESCENT adj/n crescente
  • CRESS cresson
  • CREST (top) cresta; (heraldry) blason
  • CRESTFALLEN abattite
  • CREVICE fissura
  • CREW equipage
  • CRIB n (for animals) mangiatoria; (for babies) *crippa; (cheat's copy) copia (celate); v (confine) confinar; (cheat in school) copiar (celatemente); (plagiarize) plagiar
  • CRICKET (sport) cricket; (insect) grillo
  • CRIME crimine
  • CRIMINAL adj/n criminal
  • CRIMSON adj *carmesin; n *carmesino
  • CRINGE humiliar se servilmente
  • CRINKLE crispar (se)
  • CRIPPLE n stropiato; v stropiar
  • CRISIS crise
  • CRISP crispe
  • CRISPS (british) *chips
  • CRITERION criterio
  • CRITIC critico
  • CRITICAL critic
  • CRITICISM critica
  • CRITICIZE (remark critically) criticar; (appraise) commentar
  • CROAK n coax; v coaxar
  • CROCKERY ceramica, olleria
  • CROCODILE crocodilo
  • CROCUS crocus
  • CROOK (criminal) criminal; (shepherd's) croc
  • CROOKED (twisted) torte; (wicked) prave
  • CROP-UP apparer, arrivar
  • CROP n recolta; v tonder
  • CROQUET croquet
  • CROSS-BREEDING hybridation
  • CROSS-EXAMINE interrogar
  • CROSS-EYED strabe
  • CROSS-ONESELF signar se
  • CROSS-OUT cancellar
  • CROSS-REFERENCE *contrareferentia
  • CROSS-SECTION section transverse
  • CROSS adj de mal humor; n cruce; v (intersect; breed) cruciar; (go across) transversar
  • CROSSBAR transversa
  • CROSSBOW arcoballista
  • CROSSING cruciamento
  • CROSSROADS cruciata (de vias)
  • CROSSWALK passage pro pedones
  • CROSSWORD PUZZLE (enigma de) parolas cruciate
  • CROTCHET *semiminima
  • CROUCH quattar
  • CROW n corvo; v cantar
  • CROWBAR vecte
  • CROWD n grege, turba; vt incombrar, plenar; vi affluer
  • CROWDED incombrate, plen
  • CROWN n corona; v coronar
  • CROWNING coronation
  • CRUCIAL critic, decisive
  • CRUCIFIX crucifixo
  • CRUCIFIXION crucifixion
  • CRUCIFY crucifiger
  • CRUDE-OIL petroleo brute
  • CRUDE (raw) crude; (rude) rude
  • CRUDITY cruditate
  • CRUEL cruel
  • CRUELTY cruelitate
  • CRUISE n cruciera; v cruciar
  • CRUISER cruciator
  • CRUMB mica
  • CRUMBLE vt micar; vi collaber, disintegrar se
  • CRUMPLE corrugar (se)
  • CRUNCH n (noise) crac; (climax) culmine; v masticar con ruito
  • CRUSADE cruciada
  • CRUSADER *cruciato
  • CRUSH n (crowd) turba; (affection) affection; v (squeeze) contunder; (destroy) vincer; (flatten) applattar; (of grapes) pressar
  • CRUST crusta
  • CRUSTACEAN adj crustacee; n crustaceo
  • CRUSTY (of bread) crustose; (of people) irritabile
  • CRUTCH crucia
  • CRY n crito; vt/vi (shout) critar; vi (weep) plorar
  • CRYPT crypta
  • CRYPTIC enigmatic, secrete
  • CRYSTAL adj crystallin, de crystallo; n crystallo
  • CRYSTALLIZE crystallisar (se)
  • CUB (bear) ursino; (fox) vulpino; (lion) leonino; (wolf) lupino; (scout) *boy-scout junior
  • CUBE-ROOT radice cubic
  • CUBE n cubo; v cubar
  • CUBIC cubic
  • CUBICLE cubiculo
  • CUCKOO cucu
  • CUCUMBER cucumbre
  • CUDDLE imbraciar
  • CUDDLY caressabile
  • CUE (billiards) baston; (theat.) parola indice
  • CUFF n (blow) colpo de mano; (on sleeve) manchette; (on trousers, boots) reverso; v colpar
  • CUFFLINKS buttones geminate
  • CULINARY culinari
  • CULT culto
  • CULTIVATE cultivar
  • CULTURAL cultural
  • CULTURE cultura
  • CULTURED culte
  • CUMBERSOME embarassose
  • CUNNING adj astute; n astutia
  • CUP-FINAL campionato final
  • CUP (for tea, etc.) tassa; (goblet, trophy) cuppa; (chalice) calice
  • CUPBOARD armario
  • CUPFUL tassata
  • CUR canastro
  • CURABLE curabile, sanabile
  • CURATE vicario parochial, curato
  • CURATOR curator
  • CURB n (brake) freno; (kerb) bordo; v retener
  • CURDLE cualiar se
  • CURE n remedio; v (heal) curar, sanar, (with smoke) fumar
  • CURFEW coperifoco
  • CURIOSITY curiositate
  • CURIOUS curiose
  • CURL n bucla; v buclar
  • CURLER ferro a buclar
  • CURLY crispe
  • CURRANT ribes
  • CURRENCY moneta, numerario
  • CURRENT-ACCOUNT conto currente
  • CURRENT-EVENTS actualitates
  • CURRENT adj actual, currente; n currente; ALTERNATING - currente alternative; BE IN - USE haber curso; DIRECT - currente continue
  • CURRY-FAVOUR-WITH insinuar se in le favor de
  • CURRY-POWDER pulvere de *curcuma
  • CURRY n *cari; vt preparar al *cari; CHICKEN - pullo al indiana
  • CURSE n malediction; vt maledicer; vi blasphemar
  • CURSED maledicte
  • CURT brusc
  • CURTAIL accurtar
  • CURTAIN n (domestic; fig.) cortina; (theat.) tela; v incortinar
  • CURTSY n reverentia; v facer un reverentia
  • CURVE n curva; v curvar (se)
  • CUSHION n cossino; v amortir
  • CUSTARD crema dulce (de ovos e lacte, o de farina a mais e lacte)
  • CUSTODIAN custode
  • CUSTODY custodia; KEEP IN - custodiar, detener
  • CUSTOM (habit) costume; (duty) derecto
  • CUSTOMARY costumari, usual
  • CUSTOMER cliente; -S clientela
  • CUSTOMS-CLEARANCE *disdoanamento
  • CUSTOMS-CLEARANCE *disdoanamento
  • CUSTOMS adj *doanal; n doana; CLEAR THROUGH - *disdoanar; - CLEARANCE *disdoanamento; - OFFICER doanero
  • CUT-DOWN (reduce) reducer; (with scythe) falcar
  • CUT-IN insecar
  • CUT-INTO incisar
  • CUT-IT-OUT! basta!
  • CUT-OFF adj isolate; v (sever) abscinder, amputar; (isolate) isolar; - OUT (remove by cutting) excider, taliar; (stop) cessar
  • CUT-PRICE a precio reducte
  • CUT-RATE a precio reducte
  • CUT n sectura; v (make a cut in) secar; (shape) taliar
  • CUTE sympathic
  • CUTICLE cuticula
  • CUTLERY cultelleria
  • CUTLET cotelette
  • CUTTING-OFF abscission
  • CUTTING adj trenchante; n (incision) incision; (of newspaper) retalio; (plant) planton
  • CYCLE n (bicycle) bicycletta; (period, etc.) cyclo; v bicyclar
  • CYCLIST bicyclista
  • CYCLONE cyclon
  • CYLINDER cylindro
  • CYLINDRICAL cylindric
  • CYMBAL cymbalo
  • CYNIC cynico
  • CYNICAL cynic
  • CYNICISM cynismo
  • CYPRESS cypresso
  • CYPRIOT adj cypriota; n cyprio, cypriota
  • CYPRUS Cypro
  • CZAR czar
  • CZECH adj chec; n checo
  • CZECHOSLOVAKIA Checoslovachia
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