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G

  • GABARDINE gabardina
  • GABBLE n torrente de parolas; v parlar in modo inintelligibile
  • GABLE fronton
  • GADGET apparato, *dispositivo
  • GAG n (in mouth) mordacia; (joke) joco, v mordaciar
  • GAIETY gaitate
  • GAILY gaimente
  • GAIN n ganio; v ganiar
  • GAIT passo
  • GALA gala, festa
  • GALAXY *galaxia
  • GALE tempesta
  • GALL bile
  • GALLANT (brave) valente; (courteous) gallante
  • GALLANTRY valor
  • GALLEON galeon
  • GALLERY galeria
  • GALLEY (ship) galera; (place for cooking) *cambuso, cocina
  • GALLON gallon
  • GALLOP n galopo; v galopar
  • GALLOWS furca
  • GALORE abundante
  • GALVANIZE galvanisar
  • GAMBLE n joco; v jocar
  • GAMBLER jocator
  • GAMBLING joco
  • GAME (for fun) joco; (match) partita; (hunted) chassa
  • GAMEKEEPER *guardachassa
  • GAMMON gambon
  • GAMUT gamma
  • GANDER oca mascule
  • GANG banda
  • GANG-UP alliar se (contra)
  • GANGRENE gangrena
  • GANGSTER gangster
  • GANGWAY (corridor) passage; (structure) *passerella
  • GAOLER carcerero
  • GAP (opening) apertura, brecha; (fig.) lacuna, vacuo
  • GAPE esser (multo) aperte, hiar
  • GAPING aperte
  • GARAGE garage
  • GARBAGE immunditias
  • GARBLE (falsify) falsificar; (text) alterar, mutilar
  • GARDEN n jardin; v facer le jardinage
  • GARDENER jardinero
  • GARDENING jardinage
  • GARGLE *gargarisar
  • GARLAND n guirlanda; v guirlandar
  • GARLIC allio
  • GARMENT vestimento
  • GARNISH n guarnitura; v guarnir
  • GARRISON n guarnition; v placiar un guarnition in (un urbe)
  • GARTER garrettiera
  • GAS n (gaseous substance) gas; (gasoline) gasolina; (v) (~Holocaust) asphyxiar con gas
  • GAS-BURNER becco de gas
  • GAS-COOKER furno a gas
  • GAS-FIRE estufa a gas
  • GAS-LIGHTER accendigas
  • GASH n grande incision; v facer un grande incision in
  • GASKET *obturator de junctura
  • GASOLINE gasolina
  • GASP n sufflo compulsive (de choc), v anhelar
  • GASTRIC gastric
  • GASTRONOMIC gastronomic
  • GASWORKS fabrica de gas
  • GATE porta
  • GATEAU torta (con crema)
  • GATECRASH entrar sin invitation
  • GATHER vt colliger; vi (of people) reunir se; (of things) accumular se
  • GATHERING reunion
  • GAUCHE inhabile
  • GAUDY troppo colorose
  • GAUGE n indicator; v estimar, mesurar
  • GAUNT emaciate, magre
  • GAUZE gaza
  • GAY (bright, cheerful) gai
  • GAZE n reguardo fixe; v reguardar fixemente
  • GAZE-AT contemplar
  • GAZELLE *gazella
  • GEAR (apparatus) mechanismo; (equipment) equipamento, utensiles; (of car, etc.) velocitate; (transmission) transmission, ingranage
  • GEAR-LEVER levator del cambio
  • GEARBOX cassa de velocitates;
  • GELATINE gelatina
  • GEM gemma
  • GEMINI Geminos
  • GENDER genere
  • GENE gentile
  • GENEALOGY genealogia
  • GENERAL adj/n general
  • GENERAL-ELECTION electiones general
  • GENERAL-PRACTITIONER medico general
  • GENERALIZATION generalisation
  • GENERALIZE generalisar
  • GENERALLY *generalmente
  • GENERATE generar
  • GENERATION generation
  • GENERATOR generator
  • GENERIC generic
  • GENEROSITY generositate
  • GENEROUS generose
  • GENESIS (origin) genesis; (bib.) Genesis
  • GENETIC genetic
  • GENETICS genetica
  • GENIAL affabile, cordial
  • GENITALS organos genital, genitales
  • GENITIVE adj genitive; n genitivo
  • GENIUS genio
  • GENTEEL de bon tono, elegante
  • GENTILE adj (non-Jewish) gentil; (heathen) pagan; n (non-Jew) gentil; (heathen) pagano
  • GENTLE amabile, dulce, suave; (of breeze, etc.) moderate
  • GENTLEMAN senior, gentilhomine
  • GENTLENESS amabilitate, mansuetude, suavitate
  • GENUFLECT genuflecter
  • GENUINE (real) genuin, authentic; (of person) sincer
  • GENUS genere
  • GEOGRAPHICAL geographic
  • GEOGRAPHY geographia
  • GEOLOGICAL geologic
  • GEOLOGIST geologo, geologista
  • GEOLOGY geologia
  • GEOMETRICAL geometric
  • GEOMETRY geometria
  • GERANIUM geranio
  • GERIATRICS *geriatria
  • GERM (reproductive element) germine; (of disease) germine pathogenic; (bug) microbio
  • GERMAN adj german; n germano
  • GERMAN-MEASLES roseola
  • GERMANIC germanic
  • GERMANY Germania
  • GERMICIDE germicida
  • GERMINATE germinar
  • GERMINATION germination
  • GERUND gerundio
  • GESTICULATE gesticular
  • GESTURE n gesto; v gesticular, exprimer se per gestos
  • GET vt (receive) obtener, ganiar; (acquire) prender; (a disease) contraher, suffrer de; vi (become) devenir, facer se; (persuade) persuader; (reach) arrivar a; (make) facer; HAVE GOT TO deber
  • GET-ALONG (manage) arrangiar se
  • GET-ALONG (manage) arrangiar se; (with a person) intender se
  • GET-ALONG-WITH intender se
  • GET-ANGRY irascer
  • GET-ANGRY irascer
  • GET-BETTER refacer se, restablir se
  • GET-OFF descender de
  • GET-ON (board) montar; (fare) succeder
  • GET-OVER superar
  • GET-THE-BETTER-OF vincer, superar
  • GET-UP levar se
  • GEYSER geyser
  • GHASTLY horribile
  • GHERKIN cornichon
  • GHETTO ghetto
  • GHOST phantasma, spectro; HOLY - spirito sanote
  • GIANT gigante
  • GIDDINESS vertigine
  • GIDDY vertiginose
  • GIFT dono
  • GIFTED talentose
  • GIGANTIC gigantic
  • GIGGLE rider stupidemente
  • GILD aurar
  • GILT adj aurate, *dorate; n *doratura
  • GIMMICK stratagema, *trucco, artificio
  • GIN (drink) gin; (trap) trappa
  • GINGER adj *rosse; n gingibre
  • GINGER-UP animar, stimular
  • GINGERBREAD pan de gingibre
  • GINGERLY delicatemente
  • GIPSY adj tsigan; n tsigano
  • GIRAFFE giraffa
  • GIRDER trave (de aciero)
  • GIRDLE n cinctura; v cinger
  • GIRL puera, pupa
  • GIVE vt dar, donar; vi ceder
  • GIVE-ALMS facer le caritate
  • GIVE-ALMS facer le caritate
  • GIVE-AWAY (distribute) distribuer, facer dono de; (betray) revelar, trair
  • GIVE-BACK restituer
  • GIVE-BIRTH-TO parturir
  • GIVE-IN ceder, render se
  • GIVE-THE-BIRD (give the middle finger) facer insulto con le digito medie
  • GIVE-UP vt (hand over) render; (abandon) abandonar, renunciar; (part with) relinquer; vi (surrender) ceder; (cease) desister de
  • GLACIER glaciero
  • GLAD contente, felice
  • GLADLY de bon voluntate
  • GLAMORIZE render attractive
  • GLAMOROUS incantator, attractive
  • GLAMOUR fascino, incantamento
  • GLANCE reguardo
  • GLANCE-AT ocular
  • GLAND aden, glandula
  • GLARE n (of light) fulgor, lumine cecante; (gesture) reguardo feroce; v jectar un reguardo menaciante
  • GLASS (substance) vitro; (for drinking) bicario, vitro
  • GLASSES berillos
  • GLAZE vitrar
  • GLAZIER vitrero
  • GLEAM scintillar
  • GLEAN facer spicilegio
  • GLEE allegressa
  • GLIB volubile
  • GLIDE n glissamento; v (slide) glissar; (aeron.) planar
  • GLIDER planator
  • GLIMMER *luce debile
  • GLIMPSE breve vision; CATCH A- OF intervider, vider pro un instante
  • GLINT n reflexion, scintillation; v scintillar
  • GLISTEN brillar
  • GLITTER n scintillation; v relucer
  • GLOAT contemplar con satisfaction
  • GLOBAL global
  • GLOBE (sphere) globo, sphera; (map) globo (terrestre)
  • GLOOM (darkness) obscuritate; (of mind) depression, tristessa
  • GLOOMY lugubre, triste
  • GLORIFY glorificar
  • GLORIOUS gloriose
  • GLORY gloria
  • GLOSS n (sheen) lustro, politura; (note) glossa; v (glaze) satinar; (explain) interpretar
  • GLOSSARY glossario
  • GLOSSY lustrose
  • GLOVE guanto
  • GLOW n brillantia; v caler, incandescer
  • GLOWER jectar un reguardo menaciante
  • GLUCOSE glucosa
  • GLUE n colla, glutine; v collar, glutinar
  • GLUM triste, melancholic
  • GLUT superabundantia
  • GLUTTON glutton
  • GLUTTONY gluttonia
  • GLYCERINE glycerina
  • GNARLED nodose
  • GNASH facer strider (le dentes)
  • GNAT culice, mosquito
  • GNAW roder
  • GNOME (aphorism) gnoma; (goblin) gnomo
  • GO n (vim) vigor; (turn) tentativa, torno; v (move) ir, vader; (become) devenir; (depart) partir; (work) functionar
  • GO-ABOUT occupar se de; v avantiar, facer progressos
  • GO-AHEAD n permission;
  • GO-ASHORE disbarcar
  • GO-ASTRAY disviar se
  • GO-BACK retornar; (date from) remontar a
  • GO-BANKRUPT facer bancarupta
  • GO-BEYOND ultrapassar
  • GO-DOWN (descend) descender; (founder) *affundar se
  • GO-FOR-A-DRIVE facer un viage
  • GO-INTO entrar
  • GO-INTO-PARTNERSHIP-WITH associar se con
  • GO-OFF (depart) partir; (explode) exploder
  • GO-ON continuar, proceder
  • GO-OUT (leave) exir, sortir; (fire, etc.) extinguer se
  • GO-UP montar
  • GO-WITHOUT contentar se sin
  • GOAD n stimulo; v stimular
  • GOAL (aim) scopo; (sport) goal
  • GOAL-KICK *colpo de goal
  • GOALIE goal-keeper
  • GOALKEEPER goal-keeper
  • GOALPOST palo
  • GOAT (fem.) capra; (male) capro
  • GOBBLE devorar
  • GOBLET calice
  • GOBLIN gnomo, spirito maligne
  • GOD deo; Deo
  • GOD-FORSAKEN deserte, triste
  • GODCHILD filiolo
  • GODDESS dea
  • GODFATHER patrino
  • GODLESS athee
  • GODLY pie, devote
  • GODMOTHER matrina
  • GODSEND fortuna inexpectate
  • GODSON filiolo
  • GOGGLES berillos protective
  • GOING (departure) partita; (sport) stato del pista
  • GOLD adj de auro; n auro
  • GOLDEN (made of gold) de auro; (in colour) aurate, auree
  • GOLDEN-EAGLE aquila regal
  • GOLDFISH pisce aurate
  • GOLDMINE mina de auro
  • GOLDSMITH aurifice
  • GOLF golf
  • GOLF-CLUB (society) club de golf; (stick) massa de golf
  • GOLFBALL balla de golf
  • GOLFCOURSE percurso de golf
  • GOLFER jocator de golf
  • GONDOLA gondola
  • GONDOLIER gondolero
  • GONG gong
  • GOOD adj bon; FOR - pro sempre; IT IS NO - es inutile
  • GOOD-AFTERNOON bon die
  • GOOD-BYE a revider
  • GOOD-DAY bon die, bon jorno
  • GOOD-EVENING bon vespere
  • GOOD-FOR-NOTHING inutile, bon a nihil
  • GOOD-FRIDAY Venerdi Sancte
  • GOOD-HUMOURED de bon humor
  • GOOD-LOOKING belle, de belle aspecto
  • GOOD-MORNING bon die
  • GOOD-NATURED affabile, de tono amical
  • GOOD-NIGHT bon vespere, bon nocte
  • GOOD-WILL bon voler
  • GOODBYE a deo, a revider nos
  • GOODNESS bonitate
  • GOODS mercantias, merce
  • GOODS-TRAIN traino de mercantias/merces
  • GOOSE (zool.) oca; (wild) ansere
  • GOOSEBERRY grossula
  • GORE n sanguine; v cornar
  • GORGE n (anat.) gorga; (geog.) ravina, v plenar (se) con nutrimento
  • GORGEOUS magnific, splendide
  • GORILLA gorilla
  • GORY sanguinose
  • GOSPEL evangelio
  • GOSSIP n (talk) commatrage; (person) commatre; v commatrar
  • GOTHIC gothic
  • GOUGE n *gubia; v cavar (con le gubia)
  • GOULASH gulash
  • GOURMET gastronomo, gourmet
  • GOVERN governar
  • GOVERNMENT governamento
  • GOVERNMENTAL governamental
  • GOVERNOR governator
  • GOWN (woman's) roba; (academic) toga
  • GRAB sasir
  • GRACE n gratia; v gratiar; YOUR - Vostre Excellentia
  • GRACEFUL gratiose
  • GRACIOUS gratiose
  • GRADE n grado; (mark) nota; v graduar, classificar
  • GRADIENT gradiente
  • GRADUAL gradual
  • GRADUATE n graduato; v graduar se
  • GRADUATION graduation
  • GRAFFITI *graffiti
  • GRAFT n inoculation; v inocular, insertar
  • GRAIN (of sand, seed) grano; (crop) cereales
  • GRAM gramma
  • GRAMMAR grammatica
  • GRAMMATICAL grammatic
  • GRAMME = GRAM
  • GRAMOPHONE grammophono
  • GRANARY granario
  • GRAND grandiose, imponente, magnific
  • GRAND-PIANO piano de eauda
  • GRANDCHILD (masc.) granfilio; (fem.) granfilia;
  • GRANDDAUGHTER granfilia
  • GRANDEUR magnificentia
  • GRANDFATHER granpatre
  • GRANDIOSE grandiose
  • GRANDMOTHER granmatre
  • GRANDPARENT (masc.) granpatre; (fem.) granmatre
  • GRANDSON granfilio
  • GRANDSTAND tribuna (de honor)
  • GRANITE granito
  • GRANT n (land) concession; (money) subvention; (academic) bursa, stipendio; v conceder, accordar; TAKE FOR -ED presupponer
  • GRAPE uva
  • GRAPEFRUIT pompelmus
  • GRAPEVINE (bot.) vite; (fig.) medio de communication clandestin
  • GRAPH graphico
  • GRAPHIC graphic
  • GRAPPLE luctar
  • GRASP n prisa; v (take hold) caper, sasir; (a tool, weapon) impugnar; (mentally) apprender
  • GRASS herba
  • GRASSHOPPER saltator
  • GRATE n grillia; v grattar
  • GRATEFUL grate
  • GRATIFICATION gratification
  • GRATIFY (content) gratificar, contentar; (a whim) satisfacer
  • GRATITUDE gratitude
  • GRATUITY gratification, pourboire
  • GRAVE adj grave; n fossa, tumba
  • GRAVESTONE lapide *sepulchral
  • GRAVEYARD cemeterio
  • GRAVITY gravitate
  • GRAVY succo de carne, sauce
  • GRAY = GREY
  • GRAZE (of cattle) pasturar; (touch) rader; (wound) excoriar
  • GREASE n grassia; v grassiar
  • GREASEPROOF impermeabile al grassia
  • GREASY grasse
  • GREAT (big) grande; (eminent) celebre, magne; A - DEAL multo
  • GREAT-BRITAIN Grande Britannia
  • GREAT-BRITAIN Grande Britannia
  • GREATLY multo
  • GREATNESS grandor
  • GREECE Grecia
  • GREED avaritia, aviditate
  • GREEDY avar, avide
  • GREEK adj grec; n greco
  • GREEN verde
  • GREENERY verdura
  • GREENGROCER fructero, verdurero
  • GREENGROCERY fructos e verdura
  • GREENHOUSE conservatorio
  • GREENLAND Groenlandia
  • GREENLANDER groenlandese
  • GREENS verdura
  • GREET salutar
  • GREETING salute
  • GREGARIOUS gregari
  • GRENADE granata
  • GREY gris
  • GREYHOUND leporario
  • GRID grillia
  • GRIEF dolor
  • GRIEVANCE gravamine
  • GRIEVE vt affliger, penar; vi affliger se
  • GRIEVOUS dolorose, grave
  • GRILL n grillia; v grilliar, rostir
  • GRILLE grillia
  • GRIM cruel, menaciante, sever, sinistre
  • GRIMACE n grimasse; v grimassar, facer grimasses
  • GRIME immunditia
  • GRIMY immunde
  • GRIN n surriso; v surrider (monstrante le dentes)
  • GRIND n labor monotone; vt moler; vi functionar ruitosemente
  • GRIP n (hold) prisa; (bag) sacco de viage; (handle) manico, *impugnatura; (of tyres) adherentia; v impugnar, sasir, stringer
  • GRIPE (affect with colic pains) dar colica a; (complain) querelar
  • GRISTLE cartilagine
  • GRIT n (stony sand) arena; (fig.) fortia de character; v (an icy road) sablar, (the teeth) interfricar
  • GRITTY arenose
  • GRIZZLY grizzly, urso gris
  • GROAN n gemito; v gemer
  • GROCER speciero
  • GROCER'S SHOP specieria
  • GROCERY specieria
  • GROIN *inguine
  • GROOM n (for horses) groom; (bridegroom) sponso; v curar
  • GROOVE (channel) cannellatura: record) sulco; v cannellar
  • GROPE cercar tastante
  • GROSS adj (coarse) grossier; (total) brute; n (12 dozen) grossa; (bulk) grosso
  • GROTESQUE grottesc
  • GROTTO grotta
  • GROUND n (land) terra; (background) fundo; (basis) fundamento; (plot, terrain) terreno; (soil, floor) solo; v arenar (se)
  • GROUND-FLOOR plano terren
  • GROUNDLESS sin fundamento
  • GROUNDS (coffee) sedimento
  • GROUNDSHEET tela impermeabile
  • GROUNDSMAN guardiano del terreno
  • GROUNDWORK fundamento
  • GROUP n gruppo; v gruppar
  • GROUSE n plancto, querela; v planger se, querelar
  • GROVEL humiliar se
  • GROW boschetto
  • GROW vi (become) devenir; (become larger) crescer; (of plants) vegetar; vt cultivar
  • GROW-A-BEARD barbar
  • GROW-UP devenir adulte
  • GROWL n grunnimento; v grunnir
  • GROWTH (increase) crescimento; (med.) excrescentia
  • GRUB larva
  • GRUBBY immunde
  • GRUDGE n (motivo de) rancor; v dar in spirito rancorose; BEAR A - haber resentimento
  • GRUELLING adj exhauriente, penose; n proba exhauriente
  • GRUESOME horribile, macabre
  • GRUFF aspere, de mal humor
  • GRUFFNESS tono aspere
  • GRUMBLE n murmure; v murmurar
  • GRUMPY irritabile, brusc
  • GRUNT n grunnimento; v grunnir
  • GUARANTEE n garantia; v garantir
  • GUARANTOR garante
  • GUARD n guarda; (of train) chef de traino; v guardar
  • GUARD'S VAN *furgon (de bagage)
  • GUARD,NATIONAL militia territorial, reservistas
  • GUARDED circumspecte
  • GUARDIAN (gentile.) guardiano; (of minor) tutor
  • GUARDIAN-ANGEL angelo tutelar
  • GUERRILLA guerrillero
  • GUESS n conjectura; v (conjecture) conjecturar; (believe) creder, supponer
  • GUESSWORK conjectura
  • GUEST (invited person) invitato; (at hotel) hospite
  • GUEST-HOUSE pension, parve hotel
  • GUIDANCE n direction, guida
  • GUIDE n guida; v guidar
  • GUIDE-DOG can guida
  • GUIDEDOOK guida, manual
  • GUIDELINES lineas de guida
  • GUILD corporation
  • GUILLOTINE n guillotina; v guillotinar
  • GUILT culpa
  • GUILTY culpabile
  • GUINEA (coin) guinea; (geog.) Guinea
  • GUINEA-PIG porco de India
  • GUITAR gitarra
  • GULF (geog.) golfo; (fig.) abysmo
  • GULL laro
  • GULLET esophago, gorga, gurgite
  • GULP n inglutimento, grande buccata; v inglutir
  • GUM n (anat.) gingiva; (substance) gumma; v ingummar
  • GUN (firearm) arma de foco; (cannon) cannon; (rifle) fusil; (pistol) pistola, revolver
  • GUN-CARRIAGE affuste
  • GUNFIRE cannonadas, foco de artilleria
  • GUNMAN (terrorist) terrorista; (armed robber) robator armate
  • GUNNER artillero
  • GUNPOWDER pulvere
  • GUNRUNNING contrabando de armas
  • GURGLE n *gluglu; v facer *gluglu
  • GUSH n effusion; v effunder
  • GUST colpo de vento
  • GUSTO enthusiasmo, fervor
  • GUT n (anat.) intestino; v eventrar; (of fire) destruer le interior de
  • GUTS (food) tripas; (pluck) corage
  • GUTTER (at eaves) guttiera; (in street) canaletto
  • GUY n individuo, typo; v ridiculisar, parodiar
  • GUY-ROPE corda de tenta
  • GYMNASIUM gymnasio
  • GYMNAST gymnasta
  • GYMNASTIC gymnastic
  • GYMNASTICS gymnastica
  • GYN(A)ECOLOGIST gynecologo
  • GYN(A)ECOLOGY gynecologia
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