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  • NADIR nadir
  • NAG n cavallastro; vi (complain) planger se constantemente; vt (reproach) reprochar; (of conscience) remorder
  • NAGGING adj (of people) criticante; (of pain) constante, irritante; n reproches
  • NAIL (anat.) ungula; (metal) clavo; v clavar
  • NAIL-POLISH smalt pro le ungulas
  • NAILBRUSH brossetta pro le ungulas
  • NAILFILE lima pro le ungulas
  • NAIVE naive
  • NAIVETE naivitate
  • NAKED nude
  • NAKEDNESS nuditate
  • NAMBY-PAMBY affectate, insipide
  • NAME n nomine; v nominar; CHRISTIAN/FIRST - prenomine; IN THE - OF in nomine de
  • NAMELESS sin nomine
  • NAMELY a saper
  • NAMESAKE homonymo
  • NANNY (grandmother) granmamma;(nurse) governante
  • NANNY-GOAT capra
  • NAP n (sleep) parve somno, siesta; (of cloth) pilo; v dormir legiermente; HAVE A - facer un parve somno
  • NAPALM *napalm
  • NAPKIN servietta
  • NAPLES Napoli
  • NAPPY panno
  • NARCOTIC adj narcotic; n narcoti
  • NARRATE narrar
  • NARRATION narration
  • NARRATIVE adj narrative; n narration
  • NARRATOR narrator
  • NARROW adj (not wide) stricte; (limited) limitate; vt limitar, restringer; vi (grow narrower) devenir plus stricte; (restrict itself) restringer se; -s stricto
  • NARROW-MINDED illiberal, intolerante
  • NARROWLY (closely) strictemente; (only just) per un pilo
  • NARROWNESS strictessa
  • NASAL nasal
  • NASTILY disagradabilemente
  • NASTURTIUM nasturtio
  • NASTY disagradabile, nauseabunde; TURN - devenir disagradabile
  • NASTlNESS obscenitate, character disagradabile
  • NATION nation
  • NATIONAL adj national; n regnicola
  • NATIONAL-ANTHEM hymno national
  • NATIONAL-ANTHEM hymno national
  • NATIONAL-GUARD militia territorial, reservistas
  • NATIONAL-INSURANCE assecurantia *statal
  • NATIONAL-SERVICE servicio militar
  • NATIONALISM nationalismo
  • NATIONALIST nationalista
  • NATIONALITY nationalitate
  • NATIONALIZATION nationalisation
  • NATIONWIDE national, a scala national
  • NATIVE adj natal, native; attr indigena; n indigena, nativo
  • NATIVE-COUNTRY patria
  • NATIVE-LANGUAGE lingua maternal
  • NATIVITY nativitate
  • NATURAL adj natural; n (mus.) bequadro
  • NATURAL-GAS methano
  • NATURALIZATION naturalisation
  • NATURALIZE naturalisar
  • NATURE natura; BY - de natura
  • NATlONALIZE nationalisar
  • NAUGHT nihil, nil, zero; COME TO - abortar
  • NAUGHTINESS mal conducta, malitia
  • NAUGHTY mal
  • NAUSEA nausea
  • NAUSEATE nausear
  • NAUSEATING nauseabunde, nauseose
  • NAUTICAL nautic
  • NAVAL naval
  • NAVAL-OFFICER officiero de marina
  • NAVE nave
  • NAVEL umbilico
  • NAVIGATE navigar
  • NAVIGATION navigation
  • NAVIGATOR navigator
  • NAVVY laborator, travaliator (sur le camminos)
  • NAVY marina de guerra, flotta
  • NAVY-BLUE blau marin
  • NEAR (nearby) proxime, vicin; (intimate) intime; adv presso; prep apud, presso; v approximar se a
  • NEAR-BY adv/prep presso
  • NEAR-EAST Levante, Proxime Oriente
  • NEARBY adj vicin
  • NEARLY quasi
  • NEARSIGHTED myope
  • NEAT (tidy) nette; (of spirits) pur
  • NEBULOUS nebulose
  • NECESSARY necessari, necesse
  • NECESSITATE necessitar
  • NECESSITY necessitate; OF _ necessarimente
  • NECK (anat.) collo; (of violin) manico
  • NECKLACE collar
  • NECKTIE cravata
  • NECTAR nectare
  • NEE nascite
  • NEED (requirement) necessitate, besonio; (deprivation) miseria, privation; (lack) carentia, manco; v (have need of) haber besonio de; (require) requirer; (lack) carer, mancar; (must) deber; IF -BE in caso de necessitate
  • NEEDFUL necessari
  • NEEDLE aco, agulia
  • NEEDLESS inutile, superflue
  • NEEDLEWORK sutura
  • NEEDY indigente, necessitose
  • NEFARIOUS infame
  • NEGATE negar
  • NEGATIVE adj negative; n (reply) negativa; (photog.) negativo
  • NEGLECT negliger
  • NEGLIGENCE negligentia
  • NEGLIGENT negligente
  • NEGLIGIBLE insignificante, negligibile
  • NEGOTIATE negotiar
  • NEGOTIATION negotiation
  • NEGOTIATOR negotiator
  • NEGRESS negra
  • NEGRO negro
  • NEIGH n hinnimento; v hinnir
  • NEIGHBO(U)R vicino; (bib.) proximo
  • NEIGHBO(U)R-ON vicinar
  • NEIGHBO(U)RHOOD vicinitate
  • NEIGHBO(U)RLY amical, de bon vicino
  • NEIGHBOURING vicinante, vicin(al)
  • NEITHER adj necun (del duo); adv/conj ni, nec; pron neutro, ni le uo ni le altere
  • NEITHER-x-NOR-y ni x ni y
  • NEOLOGISM neologismo
  • NEON neon
  • NEPHEW nepote
  • NEPOTISM nepotismo
  • NEPTUNE Neptuno
  • NERVE n (anat.) nervo; (courage) valor; (cheek) audacia; v fortificar, dar corage a
  • NERVE-RACKING horripilante
  • NERVOUS nervose
  • NERVOUS-BREAKDOWN collapso nervose
  • NERVOUS-SYSTEM systema
  • NERVOUSNESS nervositate
  • NERVY irritabile
  • NEST n nido; v annidar (se)
  • NESTLE annidar se, installar se commodemente
  • NET adj nette; n rete, reticulo; v (catch) prender con un rete; (gain) ganiar como profito, reportar nette
  • NETHERLANDS Nederland, Pais Basse
  • NETTLE n urtica; v (sting) urticar, (annoy) piccar
  • NETTLE-RASH urticaria
  • NETWORK rete
  • NEUROSIS neurosis
  • NEUROTIC neurotic
  • NEUTER adj neutre; n genere neutre; v sterilisar
  • NEUTRAL adj/n neutral
  • NEUTRALITY neutralitate
  • NEUTRALIZE neutralisar
  • NEUTRON neutron
  • NEVER nunquam; jammais!
  • NEVER-ENDING perpetue, eterne
  • NEVER-MIND! non importa!
  • NEVERMORE non... plus jammais
  • NEVERTHELESS nonobstante
  • NEW adj nove; HAPPY - YEAR! Eon Anno Nove
  • NEW-MOON novilunio
  • NEW-TESTAMENT Nove Testamento
  • NEW-YEAR'S-DAY Die del Anno Nove
  • NEW-YEAR'S-EVE vigilia de Sancte Silvestro
  • NEW-YORK adj neoyorkese; n New York
  • NEW-ZEALAND adj neozelandese; n Nove Zelanda
  • NEW-ZEALANDER neozelandese
  • NEWBORN neonate; neonato
  • NEWCOMER nove venito
  • NEWLY novemente, recentemente
  • NEWNESS novitate
  • NEWS novas, actualitates; PIECE OF - nova
  • NEWS-AGENCY agentia de pressa
  • NEWS-AGENT venditor de periodicos
  • NEWS-BULLETIN bulletin de novas
  • NEWS-STAND kiosque
  • NEWSPAPER jornal
  • NEWSREEL film de actualitates
  • NEWT triton
  • NEXT adj proxime, sequente; adv postea
  • NEXT-DAY die sequente
  • NEXT-DOOR adj vicin; adv in le casa vicin
  • NEXT-OF-KIN parente plus proxime
  • NEXT-TO presso a
  • NEXT-TO-LAST penultime
  • NEXT-TO-LAST penultime
  • NEXT-TO-NOTHING quasi nihil
  • NIB becco de pluma, puncta de penna
  • NIBBLE morder, beccar
  • NICE (likeable) gentil, sympathic; (pleasant) affabile, amabile; (delicate) delicate, subtil; (exact) exacte; (of weather) bon, belle
  • NICELY con precision, con delicatessa
  • NICENESS affabilitate, gentilessa; (exactness) exactitude
  • NICHE niche
  • NICK n sectura; v insecar; IN THE - OF TIME justo a tempore; OLD -le diablo
  • NICKEL nickel
  • NICKEL-PLATED nickelate
  • NICKNAME n supernomine; v supernominar
  • NICOTINE nicotina
  • NIECE nepta
  • NIGERIA *Nigeria
  • NIGERIAN adj *nigerian; n nigeriano
  • NIGGARDLY parsimoniose
  • NIGGLE (cavil) *cavillar, preoccucar se de cosas insignificante; (annoy) irritar
  • NIGGLING (trifling) insignificante; (annoying) irritante
  • NIGHT (darkness) nocte; (length of ~ time) noctata; BY - de nocte
  • NIGHT-CAP (dress) bonetto de nocte; (drink) bibita
  • NIGHT-SHIFT torno de nocte
  • NIGHT-TIME nocte
  • NIGHT-WATCHMAN guarda de nocte
  • NIGHTCLUB cabaret
  • NIGHTDRESS camisa de nocte
  • NIGHTFALL crepusculo
  • NIGHTINGALE rossiniolo
  • NIGHTLY adj de nocte, de vespere, nocturne; adv cata nocte, cata vespere
  • NIGHTMAPE incubo
  • NIGHTSHIRT camisa de nocte
  • NIL nihil, nil
  • NILE Nilo
  • NIMBLE agile, legier
  • NIMBLENESS agilitate, legieressa
  • NINCOMPOOP imbecille
  • NINE nove(m)
  • NINETEEN dece-nove(m)
  • NINETEENTH adj dece-none; n dece-none parte
  • NINETIETH adj novantesime; n novantesimo
  • NINETY novanta
  • NINTH adj none; n none parte
  • NIP n (bite) morsura; (drink) gutta; v (bite) morder, piccar; (go) ir presto
  • NIPPLE papilla
  • NIPPY (of person) agile, alerte, rapide; (of wind) aspere, piccante
  • NITRIC nitric
  • NITROGEN nitrogeno
  • NITROGLYCERINE nitroglycerina
  • NITWIT imbecille
  • NO adj nulle; adv non; (opposite of "yes") no; - LONGER non... jam; - MORE non ... plus; - ONE necuno, nemo
  • NO-ONE necuno, nemo
  • NOAH'S ARK arca de Noe
  • NOBILITY nobilitate
  • NOBLE adj/n nobile
  • NOBLEMAN nobile
  • NOBODY n (nonentity) nullitate; pron necuno, nemo
  • NOCTURNAL nocturne
  • NOD n outation, signo del testa; v nutar
  • NODE nodo
  • NOISE n ruito, strepido, stridor; v publicar, critar; MAKE A - strepitar NOISY ruitose, strepitose
  • NOMAD adj/n nomade
  • NOMADIC nomade
  • NOMENCLATURE nomenclatura
  • NOMINAL nominal
  • NOMINATE nominar, proponer
  • NOMINATION nomination, presentation
  • NOMINATIVE adj nominative; nominativo
  • NOMINEE nominato, candidato
  • NON-AGGRESSION PACT pacto de non-aggression
  • NON-ATTENDANCE absentia
  • NON-COMBATTANT non-combattente
  • NON-COMMITTAL neutre, reservate
  • NON-COMMlSSIONED OFFICER *subofficiero
  • NON-EXISTENCE non-existentia
  • NON-EXISTENT non-existente
  • NON-FULFIL(L)MENT non-execution
  • NON-PAYMENT non-pagamento
  • NON-PROFITMAKING sin scopo lucrative
  • NON-SMOKING non fumator
  • NON-STOP continue; (aeron.) sin scala
  • NON-TAXABLE non-taxabile
  • NON-VOTING sin derecto de voto
  • NONACCEPTANCE non-acceptation
  • NONCHALANCE nonchalance, disinvoltura
  • NONCHALANT nonchalant, disinvolte
  • NONCONFORMIST adj/n nonconformista
  • NONDESCRIPT indefinibile, inclassificabile
  • NONE adj nulle; pron. (people) nemo, necuno; (things) nihil
  • NONE-THE LESS totevia
  • NONENTITY persona insignificante, nullitate
  • NONPLUS disconcertar
  • NONPLUSSED disconcertate
  • NONSENSE nonsenso
  • NONSENSICAL absurde
  • NOOK (corner) angulo; (fig.) loco remote
  • NOON mediedie, meridie
  • NOOSE nodo, lasso
  • NOR ni, nec
  • NORM norma
  • NORMAL adj/n normal
  • NORMAN adj normanne; n normanno
  • NORMANDY Normandia
  • NORTH adj/n nord
  • NORTH-AFRICA Africa del Nord
  • NORTH-AMERICA America del Nord
  • NORTH-AMERICAN adj nordamerican n nordamericano
  • NORTH-EAST adj del nord-est; n nord-est
  • NORTH-POLE polo nord
  • NORTH-SEA Mar del Nord
  • NORTH-WEST adj del nord-west; n nord-west
  • NORTH-WIND aquilon
  • NORTHERLY (of wind) del nord; (of place) al nord
  • NORTHERN del nord, septentrional
  • NORTHERN-IRELAND Irlanda del Nord
  • NORTHERN-LIGHTS aurora boreal
  • NORTHERNER habitante del nord
  • NORWAY Norvegia
  • NORWEGIAN adj norvegian; n norvegiano
  • NOSE (of human) naso; (of animal) muso; BLOW ONE'S - essugar le naso; LEAD BY THE - conducer per le naso; POKE ONE'S - INTO mitter le naso in
  • NOSEBLEED sanguinamento del naso
  • NOSTALGIA nostalgia
  • NOSTALGIC nostalgic
  • NOSTRIL nare
  • NOSY (impropriemente) curiose
  • NOT non
  • NOT-ANY nulle
  • NOT-ANYWHERE nusquam
  • NOT-AT-ALL nullemente, non del toto
  • NOT-ONLY... BUT ALSO non solmente... ma anque
  • NOT-TO-SEE-MUCH BEYOND ONE'S - non vider multo ultra le naso
  • NOT-YET nondum, ancora non
  • NOT-YET nondum, ancora non
  • NOTABLE notabile, considerabile, eminente
  • NOTATION notation
  • NOTCH n sectura; v insecar
  • NOTE (mus., record, annotation) nota; (importance) importantia; (memo) memorandum; (com.) billet; v (take note) notar; (observe) observar; (write down) scriber; MAKE A - OF prender nota de
  • NOTE-DOWN notar, scriber
  • NOTEBOOK quaderno
  • NOTED celebre
  • NOTEPAPER papiro a scriber
  • NOTEWORTHY digne de attention
  • NOTHING nihil, nil; FOR - (free) gra h s; (unwarranted) gratuitemente; (in vain) in vano
  • NOTICE n (advice) aviso-(announcement) annuncio; (notification) notification, notitia; (warning) advertimento; v notar, observar, remarcar; AT SHORT - a curte aviso; TAKE NO - OF ignorar, prestar nulle attention a; UNTIL FURTHER - usque nove aviso
  • NOTIFICATION notification
  • NOTIFY notificar
  • NOTION notion, idea
  • NOTIVE-BOARD tabula
  • NOTORIETY notorietate
  • NOTORIOUS notorie
  • NOTWITHSTANDING adv totevia, tamen; malgrado
  • NOUGHT = NAUGHT
  • NOUN substantivo
  • NOURISH nutrir
  • NOURISHING nutriente; BE - nutrir
  • NOURISHMENT alimentation, nutrimento
  • NOVEL adj nove, novelle; n romance, *roman
  • NOVELIST romancero
  • NOVELTY novellitate, novitate
  • NOVEMBER novembre
  • NOVICE novicio, comenciante
  • NOW (at present) nunc, ora; (in past time) alora; (well) alora- AN HOUR FROM - de hic a un hora; FROM - ON a parte de ora; JUST - actualmente, justo nunc; RIGHT -ora mesmo; - AND THEN de tempore in tempore
  • NOWADAYS hodie
  • NOWHERE in nulle parte, nusquam
  • NOWISE de nulle maniera
  • NOXIOUS nocue
  • NOZZLE becco, imbuccatura
  • NUANCE nuance
  • NUCLEAR nucleal, nucleari
  • NUCLEAR-ENERGY energia nucleari
  • NUCLEUS nucleo
  • NUDE adj nude; n (art) nuditate; (model) figura nude
  • NUDGE n colpo (legier) de cubito; v dar un colpo legier de cubito
  • NUDIST nudista
  • NUDITY nuditate
  • NUGGET pepita
  • NUISANCE (bother) incommoditate, enoio; (person) persona incommodante
  • NULL adj casse, nulle
  • NULL-AND-VOID nulle e sin valor
  • NULLIFY nullificar
  • NUMB (deadened) torpide; (fig.) paralysate; BE - torper
  • NUMBER n numero; v numerar; A -plure
  • NUMBERLESS innumerabile
  • NUMBNESS torpor
  • NUMBSKULL idiota
  • NUMERAL adj/n numeral
  • NUMERICAL numeric
  • NUMEROUS numerose
  • NUMSKULL idiota
  • NUN monacha, religiosa
  • NUNNERY convento
  • NUPTIAL adj/n nuptial; -S nuptias
  • NURSE n (female) infirmera; (male) infirmero; (children's) guardiana de infantes; (wetnurse) nutrice; v (tend) curar; (a baby) allactar, nutrir
  • NURSERY camera del infantes; (for plants) seminario
  • NURSERY-RHYME rima infantil
  • NURSING (of baby) allactamento; (profession) profession de infirmera
  • NURSING-HOME clinica, hospital
  • NURTURE n (feeding) nutrition; (upbringing) education; v (feed) alimentar; (bring up) educar NUT (bot.) nuce; (mech.) matre vite; (person) idiota
  • NUTCRACKERS rumpenLces
  • NUTMEG nuce muscate
  • NUTRIMENT nutrimento
  • NUTRITIOUS nutritive
  • NUTRITlON nutrition
  • NUTSHELL scalia de nuce; IN A - in pauc parolas
  • NYLON nylon
  • NYMPH nympha
  • NYMPHOMANIAC adj nymphomane; n nymphomania
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