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  • PACE (speed) velocitate; (step) passo; v mesurar a passos
  • PACIFIC-OCEAN Oceano Pacific
  • PACIFIC adj pacific; n *Pacifico
  • PACIFISM pacifismo
  • PACIFIST pacifista
  • PACIFY pacificar
  • PACK n (bundle) pacco; (cards) collection; (hounds) *muta; (lies) texito; (thieves, wolves) banda; vt imballar, impacchettar; vi facer su bagages.
  • PACKAGE pacchetto
  • PACKER imballator, impaccator
  • PACKET pacchetto
  • PACKING-CASE cassa de *imballage
  • PACKING *imballage
  • PACT pacto
  • PAD n (cushion) cossinetto,tampon; (for writing) bloco; v borrar, wattar
  • PADDING (gentile.) borra; (cotton-wool) watta
  • PADDLE n pagaia; vt pagaiar; vi marchar in le aqua con pedes nude
  • PADDOCK (gentile.) prato; (racing) paddock
  • PADDYFIELD risiera
  • PADLOCK serratura pendente
  • PADRE cappellano militar
  • PAGAN adj pagan; n pagano
  • PAGE n (in book) pagina; (servant) *page; v cercar (un persona) clamante su nomine
  • PAGEANT pompa
  • PAGEANT spectaculo historic
  • PAGINATE paginar
  • PAGINATION pagination
  • PAGODA pagoda
  • PAIL situla
  • PAIN (ache) dolor; (esp. mental) pena
  • PAINFLL (hurting) dolorose; (mental) penose
  • PAINKILLER *analgesico
  • PAINLESS indolor
  • PAINSTAKING laboriose
  • PAINT n color; v (use paint) pinger; (the face) fardar
  • PAINTBRUSH pincel
  • PAINTER pictor
  • PAINTING pictura
  • PAIR-OF-SCISSORS cisorios; v arrangiar in pares
  • PAIR n par
  • PAJAMAS paJama
  • PAKISTAN *Pakistan
  • PAKISTANI adj/n *pakistani
  • PAL amico, camerada
  • PALACE palatio
  • PALATAELE agradabile (al palato); (fig.) acceptabile
  • PALATE palato
  • PALATIAL palatial
  • PALE-ALE bira clar
  • PALE adj pallide; n limite; v pallidir
  • PALENESS pallor
  • PALESTINE Palestina
  • PALESTINIAN adj palestin; n palestino
  • PALETTE paletta; - KNIFE spatula
  • PALING palissada
  • PALL n (cloth for coffin) drappo mortuari; (fig.) velo; v devenir insipide
  • PALLIATIVE *palliativo
  • PALM-SUNDAY dominica del Palmas
  • PALM (bot. and anat ) palma
  • PALMIST chiromante
  • PALMISTRY chiromantia
  • PALTRY meschin
  • PAMPER tractar con indulgentia excessive
  • PAMPHLET brochure
  • PAN-AMERICAN panamerican
  • PAN (for frying) patella; (saucepan) casserola
  • PANACEA panacea
  • PANAMA Panama
  • PANCAKE torta de patella
  • PANCREAS pancreas
  • PANDA *panda
  • PANDEMONIUM pandemonio, strepito infernal
  • PANDER incoragiar (le vitios)
  • PANE vitro
  • PANEL n (compartment and material) pannello; (list) lista; (jury) jury; v revestir de ligno
  • PANELLING revestimento (de ligno)
  • PANG dolor
  • PANIC-STRICKEN colpate de panico, terrificate
  • PANIC n panico; v affollar (se)
  • PANNIER paniero
  • PANORAMA panorama
  • PANORAMIC panoramic
  • PANSY pensata
  • PANT anhelar
  • PANTHER panthera
  • PANTIES calceones (de femina)
  • PANTOMIME (British) feria humorose; (classical) pantomima
  • PANTRY dispensa
  • PANTS (trousers) pantalones; (underpants) calceones
  • PAP pappa
  • PAPA papa
  • PAPACY papato
  • PAPAL-BULL bulla
  • PAPAL papal
  • PAPER-KNIFE aperilitteras
  • PAPER-KNIFE secapapiro
  • PAPER-MONEY papiro moneta
  • PAPER n (gentile. ) papiro; (academic) discurso; (document) documento; (examination) examine; (newspaper) jornal; v tapissar con papiro
  • PAPERBACK libro brochate, libro de tasca
  • PAPERBOY livrator de jornales
  • PAPERCLIP crampa (pro serrar papiros )
  • PAPERWEIGHT cargapapiros
  • PAPERWORK labores administrative
  • PAPIER-MACEE *papier-maché
  • PAPIST papista
  • PAPRIKA paprika
  • PAR par; ABOVE - super le par; BELOW - sub le par; ON A - WITH par a, equivalente a
  • PARABLE parabola
  • PARACHUTE n paracadita; v descender con paracadita
  • PARACHUTIST paracaditista
  • PARADE n parada; v paradar
  • PARADISE paradiso
  • PARADOX paradoxo
  • PARADOXICAL paradoxe
  • PARAFFIN (oil) kerosen; (wax) paraffin (solide)
  • PARAGON modello (de virtute)
  • PARAGRAPH paragrapho, alinea
  • PARAGUAY *Paraguay
  • PARALLEL adj parallel; (geog.) n parallelo; (geom. ) parallela; v equalar
  • PARALYSE paralysar
  • PARALYSIS paralyse
  • PARAMETER *parametro
  • PARAMOUNT supreme
  • PARANOIA *paranoia
  • PARAPET *parapetto
  • PARAPHERNALIA paraphernales
  • PARAPHRASE n paraphrase; v paraphrasar
  • PARASITE parasito
  • PARASOL parasol
  • PARATROOPER (soldato) paracaditista
  • PARCEL-POST servicio de pacchos postal
  • PARCEL-UP impacchettar
  • PARCEL n (packet) pacchetto; (land) parcella
  • PARCH torrefacer
  • PARCHMENT pergamena
  • PARDON-ME pardono
  • PARDON n pardono; v pardonar
  • PARDONABLE pardonabile
  • PARE pellar
  • PARENT parente, genitor
  • PARENTAL parental
  • PARENTHESIS parenthese
  • PARENTHOOD paternitate, maternitate
  • PARISH-PRIEST parocho
  • PARISH parochia
  • PARISHIONER parochiano
  • PARITY paritate
  • PARK n parco; v parcar
  • PARKING-LOT parco de automobiles
  • PARKING-METER *parcometro
  • PARKING LOT parco de automobiles
  • PARKING parcamento
  • PARKING STRUCTURE parco de automobiles
  • PARLEY n conferentia; v parlamentar
  • PARLIAMENT parlamento
  • PARLIAMENTARY parlamentari
  • PARLOUR salon
  • PAROCHIAL parochial
  • PARODY n travestimento, parodia; v travestir, parodiar
  • PAROLE parola de honor; ON - libere super parola
  • PARQUET parquet
  • PARROT papagai, parochetto
  • PARRY n *parata; v parar
  • PARSIMONIOUS parsimoniose
  • PARSLEY petrosilio
  • PARSNIP *pastinaca
  • PARSON pastor
  • PARSONAGE presbyterio
  • PART-TIME a medie tempore
  • PART-WITH ceder
  • PART n parte; v partir; SPARE - pecia de *recambio
  • PARTAKE prender parte (in)
  • PARTIAL-PAYMENT pagamento partial
  • PARTIAL partial, in parte
  • PARTIALITY (liking) predilection; (prejudice) partialitate
  • PARTICIPATE participar
  • PARTICIPATION participation
  • PARTICIPLE participio
  • PARTICLE particula
  • PARTICULAR adj (specific) particular; (meticulous) minutiose; n detalio
  • PARTING adj de partita, ultime; n (departure) partita; (separation) separation; (of hair) *riga
  • PARTISAN adj de partito; n (supporter) partisano; (mil ) guerrillero
  • PARTITION n partition; v compartir
  • PARTLY in parte
  • PARTNER n (gentile.) *partenario; (business) socio; v accompaniar, esser *partenario de
  • PARTNERSHIP societate; GO INTO - WITH associar se con
  • PARTRIDGE perdice
  • PARTY-WALL muro *divisori
  • PARTY (pol.) partito; (social) partita, soirée
  • PASS-AWAY transpassar
  • PASS-OFF AS passar como
  • PASS-ON (circulate) circular; (die) deceder
  • PASS-OUT exir, sortir
  • PASS-OVER (omit) omitter; (hand) transmitter; (cross) transir
  • PASS n passo; v passar
  • PASSABLE (of a route) practicabile; (tolerable) passabile
  • PASSAGE passage
  • PASSBOOK libretto de conto
  • PASSENGER-TRAIN traino de passageros
  • PASSENGER passagero
  • PASSERBY passante
  • PASSION passion
  • PASSIONATE passionate
  • PASSIVE adj passive; n passivo
  • PASSIVITY passivitate
  • PASSOVER pascha (del hebreos)
  • PASSPORT passaporto
  • PASSWORD contrasigno
  • PAST-PARTICIPLE participio passate
  • PAST adj passate; adv preter, ultra; n passato
  • PASTE adj false; n (gentile.) pasta; (for sticking) colla; v collar
  • PASTEBOARD carton
  • PASTEL adj morbide; n pastello
  • PASTEURIZE pasteurisar
  • PASTICHE imitation
  • PASTILLE pastilla
  • PASTlME diversion, passatempore
  • PASTOR pastor
  • PASTORAL pastoral
  • PASTRY (unbaked) pasta; (baked) pastisseria
  • PASTRYBOOK pastissero
  • PASTURE n pastura; vt/vi pascer
  • PASTURELAND pastura
  • PASTY adj (made of paste) de pasta; (pale) pallide; n pastisso
  • PAT n colpo legier; v colpar legiermente
  • PATCH-UP (mend) reparar; (a quarrel) componer
  • PATCH n pecia (de reparation); v sarcir, reparar, *repeciar
  • PATCHING reparation, *repeciamento
  • PATCHWORK labor de pecias, mosaico
  • PATCHY non uniforme
  • PATENT-LEATHER corio vernissate
  • PATENT adj/n patente
  • PATERNAL paternal
  • PATERNITY paternitate
  • PATH (track) sentiero; (course)
  • PATHETIC (touching) toccante pathetic; (fig.) contemptibiie
  • PATHOLOGICAL pathologic
  • PATHOLOGIST pathologo
  • PATHOLOGY pathologia
  • PATHOS pathos
  • PATHWAY sentiero
  • PATIENCE patientia
  • PATIENT adj n patiente
  • PATRIARCH patriarcha
  • PATRIARCHAL patriarchal
  • PATRIOT patriota
  • PATRIOTIC patriotic
  • PATRIOTISM patriotismp
  • PATROL n patrulia; v. patruliar; (lancha) *patruliator
  • PATRON (supporter) protector, patrono, (financial) *mecenate
  • PATRONIZE (be a patron) patronisar; (pejorative) tractar con aere protector
  • PATRONIZING condescendente
  • PATTERN patrono
  • PAUCITY paucitate
  • PAUNCH *pancia, ventre
  • PAUPER paupero, indigente
  • PAUSE n pausa; v pausar
  • PAVEMENT (road surface) pavimento
  • PAVILION pavilion
  • PAW n pata; v (use paws) toccar con le patas, (fondle) palpar
  • PAWNBROKER prestator super pignore
  • PAY-ATTENTION prestar attention
  • PAY-ATTENTION prestar attention
  • PAY-BACK relmbursar, restituer
  • PAY-DAY die de paga
  • PAY-FOR pagar
  • PAY-IN ADVANCE pagar anticipatemente
  • PAY-IN incassar
  • PAY-OFF (debt) extinguer; (workers) pagar e dimitter
  • PAY-OUT disbursar, discassar
  • PAY n (payment) paga; (soldier's) soldo; v pagar
  • PAYABLE pagabile
  • PAYMENT pagamento
  • PAYROLL libro de paga
  • PEACE pace
  • PEACEBLE pacibile, pacif
  • PEACELOVING pacific
  • PEACH-TREE persichiero
  • PEACH persica
  • PEACOCK pavon
  • PEAK-HOURS horas de puncta.
  • PEAK n (gen.) puncta; (of mountain) culmine, picco; (of cap) visiera; (fig. ) apogeo
  • PEANUT arachide
  • PEAR-TREE piriero
  • PEAR pira
  • PEARL perla; MOTHER OF - matreperla, nacre
  • PEASANT paisano
  • PEASANTRY paisanos
  • PEAT turfa
  • PECK n colpo de becco; v beccar
  • PECULIARITY particularitare, peculiaritate
  • PEDAGOGUE pedagogo
  • PEDAL pedalar
  • PEDANTIC pedantesc
  • PEDDLE facer le commercio ambulante
  • PEDESTAL pedestallo
  • PEDESTRIAN-CROSSING passage a pedones
  • PEDESTRIAN-CROSSING passage pro pedones
  • PEDESTRIAN-CROSSING passage pro pedones
  • PEDESTRIAN adj pedestre; n pedon
  • PEDIGREE adj de racia; n genealogia, arbore genealogic; (of animals) pedigree
  • PEDLAR venditor ambulante
  • PEEBLE calculo
  • PEEL-OFF exfoliar (se)
  • PEEL n pelle; v pellar
  • PEELINGS *pellaturas
  • PEEP n (look) reguardo rapide/furtive; v reguardar rapidemente/furtivemente; (squeak) pipar
  • PEER-AT reguardar myopemente
  • PEER n (equal and nobleman) par
  • PEERAGE nobilitate, aristocratia
  • PEEVISH irritabile
  • PEG n cavilia; v incaviliar
  • PEJORATIVE pejorative
  • PEKINESE adj/n pekingese
  • PELICAN pelicano
  • PELL-MELL sin ordine
  • PELLET bolletta
  • PELMET bordatura pendente
  • PELT-WITH RAIN pluviar torrentialmente
  • PELT n pelle; v lanciar (petras) contra
  • PELVIS pelve
  • PEN-NAME pseudonymo
  • PEN-NIB puncta (de pluma)
  • PEN n (for animals) clausura; (specific animals) ovil, tauril, etc.; (for writing) penna, pluma; v confinar; FOUNTAIN - penna *stilographic
  • PENAL-SERVITUDE travalios fortiate
  • PENAL penal
  • PENALIZE (sport) penalisar; (fig.) disavantagiar
  • PENALRY-AREA zona de penalitate
  • PENALTY-CLAUSE clausula de penalitate
  • PENALTY-KICK colpo de penalitate
  • PENALTY penalitate, pena
  • PENANCE penitentia
  • PENCE = PENNIES
  • PENCIL-SHAEPENER *taliastilos
  • PENCIL n stilo (de graphite); v scriber con stilo
  • PENDANT pendente
  • PENDING pendente
  • PENDULUM pendulo
  • PENETRATE penetrar
  • PENETRATING penetrative, acute
  • PENETRATION penetration
  • PENFRIEND correspondente, amico per correspondentia
  • PENGUIN pinguin
  • PENICILLIN penicillina
  • PENINSULA peninsula
  • PENINSULAR peninsular
  • PENIS *penis
  • PENITENT adj/n penitente
  • PENITENTIARY penitentiario
  • PENKNIFE cultello de tasca
  • PENNANT bandierola
  • PENNILESS sin un soldo, povre
  • PENNY penny
  • PENNYWISE myopemente parsimoniose
  • PENSION-OFF mitter in pension
  • PENSION n pension; v pensionar
  • PENSIONER pensionario
  • PENSIVE pensative
  • PENT-UP reprimite
  • PENTAGON pentagono
  • PENTATHLON pentathlon
  • PENTECOST pentecoste
  • PENTECOSTAL adj/n pentecostal
  • PENULTIMATE penultime
  • PEOPLE-SAY on dice
  • PEOPLE n (nation) populo; (collectively) gente; (common people) communes, plebe; v popular
  • PEP energia, dynamismo
  • PEPPER (spice) pipere; (vegetable) pimento
  • PEPPERFOT piperiera
  • PEPPERMILL molinp de pipere
  • PEPPERMINT mentha piperate
  • PEPPERY piperate
  • PEPTALK discurso de incoragiamento
  • PER-ANNUM per anno
  • PER-CENT pro cento
  • PER CENT per cento
  • PER per
  • PERAMBULATOR *cochietto de infante
  • PERCEIVE apperciper, intuer, perciper
  • PERCENTAGE percentage
  • PERCEPTIBLE perceptibile
  • PERCEPTION perception
  • PERCEPTIVE perceptive
  • PERCH n (fish) perca; (for bird) *percha; v posar se
  • PERCOLATE percolar
  • PERCOLATOR percolator, caffetiera filtrante
  • PERCUSSION percussion
  • PERDITION perdition
  • PEREMPTORY peremptori
  • PERENNIAL adj perenne; n planta perenne
  • PERFECT adj perfecte; n perfecto; v perfectionar
  • PERFECTION perfection
  • PERFORATE perforar
  • PERFORATED foraminose, perforate
  • PERFORATION perforation
  • PERFORATOR perforator
  • PERFORM (duty) exequer; (play) representar
  • PERFORMANCE (behaviour) comportamento; (of duty) execution; (racing) performance; (theat.) representation
  • PERFORMER (artiste) artista; (mus.) *executante; (theat.) actor, actrice
  • PERFUME n perfumo; v perfumar, imbalsamar
  • PERFUMERY perfumeria
  • PERHAPS forsan
  • PERIL Periculo, hasardo
  • PERILOUS periculose, hasardose
  • PERIMETER perimetro
  • PERIOD (of time) periodo; (punctuation) puncto; (med.) menstruo
  • PERIODIC periodic
  • PERIODICAL adj periodic; n periodico, revista
  • PERISCOPE periscopio
  • PERISH perir, obir
  • PERISHABLE peribile, corruptibile
  • PERJURE ONESELF perjurar se
  • PERJURER perjurator
  • PERJURY perjurio
  • PERK-UP reanimar se
  • PERK n ganio occasional
  • PERKY allegre
  • PERlPHERAL adj peripheric; n (of computer) peripherico
  • PERM (pools) permutation; (wave) undulation permanente
  • PERMANENCE permanentia
  • PERMANENT permanente
  • PERMEABLE permeabile
  • PERMEATE permear, impregnar
  • PERMISSION permission
  • PERMISSIVE *permissive
  • PERMIT n permisso; v permitter
  • PERMUTATION permutation
  • PEROXIDE peroxydo
  • PERPENOICULAR adj perpendicular; n perpendiculo
  • PERPETRATE perpetrar, committer
  • PERPETRATION perpetration
  • PERPETUAL perpetue
  • PERPETUATE perpetuar
  • PERPETUITY perpetuitate
  • PERPLEX confunder
  • PERPLEXED perplexe
  • PERPLEXING disconcertante
  • PERPLEXITY perplexitate
  • PERSECUTE persequer
  • PERSECUTION persecution
  • PERSECUTOR persecutor
  • PERSEVERANCE perseverantia
  • PERSEVERE perseverar
  • PERSIA Persia
  • PERSIAN adj persian; n persiano
  • PERSIST-IN persister in
  • PERSIST (endure) persister; (insist) obstiner se
  • PERSISTENCE persistentia
  • PERSISTENT-OFFENDER *recidivista
  • PERSISTENT persistente
  • PERSON persona
  • PERSONABLE ben facite, de belle presentia
  • PERSONAL personal
  • PERSONALITY personalitate
  • PERSONIFICATION personification
  • PERSONIFY personificar
  • PERSONNEL personal
  • PERSPECTIVE perspectiva
  • PERSPEX (polymethyl methacrylate) *plexiglas
  • PERSPIRATION transpiration, sudor
  • PERSPIRE transpirar, sudar
  • PERSUADE persuader
  • PERSUASION persuasion
  • PERSUASIVE persuasive
  • PERTAIN pertiner
  • PERTINENCE pertinentia
  • PERTINENT pertinente
  • PERTURB perturbar, agitar
  • PERU Peru
  • PERUSAL lectura attente
  • PERUSE leger attentemente
  • PERUVIAN adj peruan; n peruano
  • PERVADE penetrar
  • PERVASIVE penetrante
  • PERVERSE perverse
  • PERVERSION perversion
  • PERVERT n pervertito; v perverter
  • PESETA peseta
  • PESSIMISM pessimismo
  • PESSIMIST pessimista
  • PESSIMISTIC pessimista
  • PEST peste
  • PESTER importunar
  • PESTICIDE *pesticida
  • PET adj favorite; n animal domestic; v caressar
  • PETAL petalo
  • PETER OUT disparer, exhaurir se, morir, haber nulle resultato
  • PETITION n petition, supplica; v petitionar, presentar un petition a
  • PETRIFICATION petrification
  • PETRIFY petrificar
  • PETROL-STATION station de gasolina
  • PETROL gasolina
  • PETROLEUM petroleo
  • PETTICOAT subgonnella
  • PETTINESS insignificantia
  • PETTY-CASH parve cassa
  • PETTY-OFFICER subofficiero de marina
  • PETTY parve, insignificante, sin importantia
  • PETULANT irritabile
  • PEW banco (de ecclesia)
  • PEWTER peltro
  • PHALLUS *phallo
  • PHANTASY phantasia
  • PHANTOM phantasma
  • PHARAOH pharaon
  • PHARMACEUTICAL pharmaceutic
  • PHARMACEUTICS pharmaceutica
  • PHARMACIST'S pharmacia
  • PHARMACIST pharmacista
  • PHARMACIST pharmacista
  • PHARMACY pharmacia
  • PHARMACY pharmacia
  • PHARMACY pharmacia, apotheca
  • PHARYNX *pharynge
  • PHASE phase
  • PHEASANT faisan
  • PHENOMENAL phenomenal
  • PHENOMENON phenomeno
  • PHEW *Duf
  • PHILANTHROPIC philanthropic
  • PHILANTHROPIST philanthropo
  • PHILANTHROPY philanthropia
  • PHILATELIST philatelista
  • PHILATELY philatelia
  • PHILISTINE adj philistee; n philisteo
  • PHILOLOGIST philologo
  • PHILOLOGY philologia
  • PHILOSOPHER philosopho
  • PHILOSOPHICAL philosophic
  • PHILOSOPHIZE philosophar
  • PHILOSOPHY philosophia
  • PHLEGMATIC phlegmatic
  • PHOBIA phobia
  • PHOENIX phenice
  • PHONE-CALL appello telephonic
  • PHONE CARD carta de telephonar
  • PHONE n telephono; v telephonar
  • PHONEME phonema
  • PHONETIC adj phonetic
  • PHONETICS phonetica
  • PHONEY false
  • PHOSPHORESCENCE phosphorescentia
  • PHOSPHORESCENT phosphorescente
  • PHOSPHORUS phosphoro
  • PHOTO-FINISH decision per photo
  • PHOTO photo, photographia
  • PHOTOCOPIER *photocopiator
  • PHOTOCOPY n photocopia; v photoeopiar
  • PHOTOCRAPH n photographia; v photographar
  • PHOTOELECTRIC photoeleetrie
  • PHOTOGENIC photogenie
  • PHOTOGRAPHER photographo
  • PHOTOGRAPHIC photographie
  • PHOTOMETER photometro
  • PHRASE n phrase; v (express) exprimer; (mus.) phrasar
  • PHRASEBOOK libro de phrases
  • PHYSICAL-EDUCATION education physic
  • PHYSICAL physic
  • PHYSICIAN medico, doctor de medicina
  • PHYSICIST physico
  • PHYSICS physica
  • PHYSIOLOGIST physiologo
  • PHYSIOLOGY physiologia
  • PHYSIOTHERAPIST *physiotherapeuta
  • PHYSIOTHERAPY physiotherapia
  • PHYSIQUE physico
  • PI pi
  • PIANIST pianista
  • PIANO piano; GRAND - piano de eauda
  • PICCOLO *pieeolo, octavino
  • PICK-UP vt (from ground) levar; (take) prender; (acquire) acquirer; (collect) colliger; vi (recover) recuperar
  • PICK n (best) melior, flor; (choice) selection; (tool) piceo; v (choose) seliger; (gather) colliger
  • PICKAX(E) picco
  • PICKET n (industr., mil.) *picchetto; v *picchettar, installar *picehettos
  • PICKING collection, selection
  • PICKLE n pickles, conservas (in vinagre, in salmuria); v conservar (in vinagre, in salmuria), marinar
  • PICKPOCKET pickpocket
  • PICKUP pick-up
  • PICNIC n picnic; v facer picnic
  • PICTORIAL pictural, illustrate
  • PICTURE n pictura; v picturar
  • PICTURESQUE pictoresc
  • PIDGIN jargon anglochinese
  • PIE torta
  • PIECE-OF-NEWS nova
  • PIECE-TOGETHER (assemble) assemblar; (fig.) poner in ordine
  • PIECE n (gen. also chess) pecia; (fragment) fragmento, morsello
  • PIECEMEAL adj non systematic; adv pauc a pauc
  • PIECEWORK labor (pagate) per pecia
  • PIER (jetty) jectata, imbarcatorio; (of bridge) pila; (wharf) cai
  • PIERCE (get through) penetrar; (make a hole in) perforar
  • PIERCING adj acute, penetrante; n penetrante
  • PIETY pietate
  • PIG-HEADED obstinate
  • PIG-HEADEDNESS obstination
  • PIG IRON ferro fundite (in barras)
  • PIG porco
  • PIGEON columba, pipion
  • PIGEONHOLE alveolo de bureau
  • PIGLET juvene porco
  • PIGMENT pigmento
  • PIGMENTATION pigmentation
  • PIGMY pygmeo
  • PIGSKIN pelle de porco
  • PIGSTY porchiera
  • PIGTAIL cauda
  • PIKE (fish) *lucio; (weapon) picca
  • PILCHARD sardina
  • PILE-UP cumular, accumular
  • PILE n (eivil eng. ,phys.) pila; (heap) cumulo, pila; (of cloth) pilo; (mass) mole; v cumular, pilar
  • PILES hemorrhoides
  • PILFER furar
  • PILFERER fur
  • PILFERING furto
  • PILGRIM pelegrino, peregrino
  • PILGRIMAGE pelegrinage, peregrination
  • PILL pilula
  • PILLAGE n piliage, saccheo; v piliar, sacchear, depredar
  • PILLAR-BOX cassa postal
  • PILLAR pilar, columna
  • PILLION sede posterior
  • PILLOW cossino de capite
  • PILLOWCASE copertura (de cossino de capite)
  • PILOT-BOAT barca pilota
  • PILOT adj/n pilota; v pilotar
  • PIMELE button, pustula
  • PIMENTO pimento
  • PIMPLY pustulose
  • PIN-MONEY moneta de tasca
  • PIN n (for fastening) spinula; (elec.) clave de contacto; v attachar/fixar con un spinula
  • PINCERS (tongs, nippers) tenalia, *pincias; (small) pincette
  • PINCH n prisa; v pinciar
  • PINCUSHION cossinetto
  • PINE-CONE pinea
  • PINE-FOR desirar ardentemente
  • PINE n pino; v languer, deperir
  • PINEAPPLE ananas
  • PING-PONG ping-pong, tennis de tabula
  • PINION n pinnion; v ligar le alas o le bracios
  • PINK adj rosate; n diantho; v (motor) detonar
  • PINNACLE pinnaculo
  • PINPOINT signalar con precision
  • PINS-AND-NEEDLES *formiculation
  • PINSTRIPE a *strias fin
  • PINT pinta
  • PINUP *pin-up
  • PIONEER pionero
  • PIOUS pie, religiose
  • PIP pepita
  • PIPE n tubo; (mus., tobacco) pipa; vi pipar
  • PIPEDREAM sperantia illusori
  • PIPELINE (for gas) *gasoducto; (for oil) *oleoducto
  • PIPER jocator de pipa, de cornamusa
  • PIQUANCY gusto piccante
  • PIQUANT piccante
  • PIQUE n picca; v piccar
  • PIRACY pirateria, curso
  • PIRATE n (marauder) pirata; (literary) plagiario; v piratar
  • PIROUETTE n pirouette; v pirouettar
  • PISCES Pisces
  • PISTOL pistola
  • PISTON piston
  • PIT n (coalmine) carboniera; (ditch) fossa; (seed) grano; (shaft) puteo; v opponer
  • PITCH n (mus.) accordatura; (sport) terreno; (tar) pice; v (tar) piciar; (a tent) plantar; (throw) lancear, jectar
  • PITCHER (jug) urceo; (sport) lanceator
  • PITCHFORK furca
  • PITFALL periculo, insidia
  • PITH (spongy tissue) medulla; (quintessence) succo
  • PITHEAD bucca de puteo
  • PITHY (of the spongy tissue) medullose; (terse) succincte,vigorose
  • PITIFUL pietose
  • PITILESS impietose
  • PITTANCE pitancia
  • PITTED alveolate
  • PITUITARY GLAND glandula *pituitari
  • PITY n pietate, misericordia v haber pietate de, commiserar
  • PIVOT n *pivote; v montar (o girar) sur un *pivote
  • PIXIE (typo de) fee
  • PLACARD placard
  • PLACATE placar
  • PLACE-A-BET facer un sponsion
  • PLACE-A-BET facer un sponsion
  • PLACE n (locality) loco; (position, room, square) placia; (position, station) posto; v poner, placiar; OUT OF - (in the wrong place) displaciate; (inconvenient) inopportun; TAKE - haber loco
  • PLACENAME nomine de loco
  • PLACENTA *placenta
  • PLACID placide
  • PLAGIARISM plagiato
  • PLAGIARIST plagiario
  • PLAGIARIZE plagiar
  • PLAGUE n pestilentia, plaga; (bubonic) peste; v plagar
  • PLAICE platessa
  • PLAID plaid
  • PLAIN-CLOTHES (in) vestimentos civil
  • PLAIN-TO-SEE apparente
  • PLAIN adj (clear) clar, evidente, plan; (not beautiful) pauco attractive; (of style) simple; n plana
  • PLAINESS (clarity) claritate, evidentia; (of style) simplicitate; (unattractiveness) manco de beltate
  • PLAINTIFF demandator
  • PLAINTIVE lamentose
  • PLAIT n tressa; v tressar
  • PLAN n (design, etc) plano, designo; (scheme) plano, projecto; v planar, projectar
  • PLANE adj plan; n (tool) plana; ( tree) platano; (aircraft) avion v planar
  • PLANET planeta
  • PLANETARILM planetario
  • PLANETARY planetari
  • PLANK planca
  • PLANNER (gentile.) autor, *projectator; (pol.)*planificator; (city/town planner) urbanista
  • PLANNING (gentile.) organisation; (pol.) planification; CITY/TOWN - urbanismo
  • PLANT adj vegetal; n planta; (industr.) installation, machineria; v plantar
  • PLANTATION plantation
  • PLAQLE placa
  • PLASMA plasma
  • PLASTER-BOARD carton de gypso
  • PLASTER-OF-PARIS gypso
  • PLASTER n (for building) gypso; (med.) emplastro; v ingypsar
  • PLASTERER gypsero
  • PLASTERING revestimento de gypso
  • PLASTIC-SURGERY chirurgia plastic, chirurgia esthetic
  • PLASTIC adj plastic; n plastico
  • PLASTICINE (trade name) *plasticina, pasta de modellar
  • PLATE-GLASS vitro plan polite
  • PLATE n (for food) platto; (metal, phot.) platta; (slab) tabula; (thin) lamella, lamina; v placar
  • PLATEAU (gentile.) plateau; (high) *altiplano
  • PLATEAU,HIGH altiplano
  • PLATEFUL platto
  • PLATEN (of printing machine) *platina; (of typewriter) rolo
  • PLATFORM-TICKET billet de ingresso
  • PLATFORM (gentile.) platteforma; (at meeting) tribuna; (for band) estrade; (pol.) platteforma, programma
  • PLATING placage, revestimento metallic
  • PLATINUM platino
  • PLATITUDE platitude, loco commun
  • PLATONIC platonic
  • PLATOON *peloton
  • PLAUSIBLE plausibile
  • PLAY-BOWLS jocar al bollas
  • PLAY-BOWLS jocar al bollas
  • PLAY-BOWLS jocar al bollas
  • PLAY n (gentile. also mech.) joco; (theat.) drama, spectaculo; v jocar; (mus.) sonar
  • PLAYER (of game) jocator; (of instrLments) sonator
  • PLAYFUL jocose
  • PLAYFULNESS *jocositate
  • PLAYGROUND corte de recreation
  • PLAYHOUSE theatro
  • PLAYING CARD carta de joco
  • PLAYING FIELD campo de joco
  • PLAYMATE camerada
  • PLAYPEN parco
  • PLAYTHING joculo
  • PLAYTIME hora de recreation, pausa
  • PLAYWRIGHT dramaturgo
  • PLEA (defence) defensa; (entreaty) supplica; (excuse) pretexto; (legal) declaration
  • PLEAD (a cause) *plaitar, defender; (entreat) supplicar; (excuse) allegar, pretextar; (guilty or not guilty) declarar se culpabile o innocente
  • PLEADING supplication
  • PLEASANT amene
  • PLEASANT placente, dulce, gentil
  • PLEASANTNESS (agreeableness) agradamento, amenitate; (of manner) gentilessa
  • PLEASANTNESS amenitate
  • PLEASE interj per favor; v placer
  • PLEASED (glad) contente; (happy) allegre, felice
  • PLEASING agradabile
  • PLEASURABLE agradabile, que da placer
  • PLEASURE placer
  • PLEAT n plica; v plicar
  • PLECTRUM plectro
  • PLEDGE (of faith) fidantia; (pawnbroking) pignore; v sponder
  • PLENARY plenari
  • PLENIPOTENTIARY adj plenipotentiari; n plenipotentiario
  • PLENTIFUL abundante, copiose
  • PLENTY abundantia, copia; - OF multe, un abundantia de
  • PLETHORA *plethora
  • PLEURISY pleuritis
  • PLEXIGLAS (polymethyl methacrylate) *plexiglas
  • PLIABILE plicante
  • PLIANT flexibile
  • PLIERS tenalias
  • PLIGHT condition triste, stato difficile
  • PLIMSOLL scarpa de gymnastica; - LINE linea de carga
  • PLINTH *plintho, socculo
  • PLOD avantiar laboriosemente
  • PLODDER travaliator perseverante ma pauco brillante
  • PLOT-AGAINST insidiar
  • PLOT-TOGETHER conjurar
  • PLOT n (conspiracy) *complot, conspiration; (of land) terreno; (of play, novel) fabula, intriga; v (conspire) conspirar; (course, graph) traciar
  • PLOTTER (conspirator) conspirator; (draughtsman) traciator
  • PLOUGH n aratro; v arar
  • PLOUGHING aratura
  • PLOW = PLOUGH
  • PLOY artificio, tactica
  • PLUCK-UP-COURAGE armar se de corage
  • PLUCK n corage; v (flowers) colliger; (poultry) displumar, plumar; (strings) *pizzicar
  • PLUCKY coragiose
  • PLUG-IN inserer (le clave), connecter (le apparato)
  • PLUG n (stopper) tappo; (elec.) clave de contacto; v tappar
  • PLUGHOLE ( tubo de) exito
  • PLUM-TREE pruno, *pruniero
  • PLUM pruna
  • PLUMAGE plumage
  • PLUMB-LINE perpendiculo
  • PLUMB adj a plumbo; n plumbo
  • PLUMBER plumbero
  • PLUMBING plumberia
  • PLUME pluma
  • PLUMP-FOR seliger
  • PLUMP corpulente
  • PLUNDER n (the act) piliage, rapina, saccheo; (booty) *butin, spolia; v piliar, sacchear, rapinar, depredar
  • PLUNGE n immersion; v immerger (se), merger (se)
  • PLUNGER piston
  • PLUPERFECT plusquamperfecto
  • PLURAL adj/n plural
  • PLUS plus
  • PLUSH pluche
  • PLUTOCRACY plutocratia
  • PLUTOCRAT plutocrate
  • PLUTOCRATIC plutocratic
  • PLY vt (handle) manear; (a trade) exercer; vi (bus, taxi) ir e venir, offerer un servicio
  • PLYWOOD ligno contraplicate
  • PNEUMATIC-DRILL forator pneumatic
  • PNEUMATIC pneumatic
  • PNEUMONIA pneumonia
  • POACH (eggs) cocer in aqua sin scalia; (game) chassar o piscar illegalmente
  • POACHED-EGG ovo cocite in aqua sin scalia
  • POACHER chassator o piscator fraudulente
  • POACHING chassa o pisca fraudulente
  • POCK-MARKED marcate de variolas
  • POCKET-BOOK (wallet) portafolio; (book) libro de tasca
  • POCKET-KNIFE cultello de tasca
  • POCKET-MONEY moneta de tasca
  • POCKET n tasca; v intascar
  • POCKETFUL tascata
  • POD siliqua
  • PODIUM podio
  • POEM poema
  • POET poeta
  • POETESSA poetessa
  • POETIC(AL) poetic
  • POETRY poesia
  • POIGNANCY intensitate, pungentia
  • POIGNANT emotionante, intense, pungente
  • POINT-AT indicar, monstrar
  • POINT-BLANK adj directe, categoric; adv directemente
  • POINT-DUTY controlo del circulation
  • POINT-OF VIEW puncto de vista
  • POINT-OUT (indicate) indicar; (by argument) relevar
  • POINT n (item) puncto; (sharp end) puncta; vt (a gun) punctar; (telescope, etc) orientar; vi esser orientate; BE ON THE - OF esser super le puncto de; TO THE - a proposito
  • POINTED (with a tip) punctute, acuminate; (of remarks) inequivoc, mordace
  • POINTLESS inutile, insensate
  • POINTS (rly.) cambio
  • POISE aplomb
  • POISE equilibrio, porto, *aplomb
  • POISED (balanced) ben equilibrate; (hovering) suspense, placiate instabilemente; (ready) parate
  • POISON n veneno, toxico; v invenenar, intoxicar
  • POISONING invenenamento, intoxication
  • POISONOUS (toxic) toxic; (of a snake) venenose
  • POKE-FUN-AT rider se de
  • POKE (v) [as a fire] attisar
  • POKE (v) colpo de attisatorio
  • POKE n (push) pulsata; (with a poker) colpo de *attisator; v (push) pulsar; (a fire) *attisar
  • POKER (cards) poker; (for fire) *attisator
  • POKER (fireplace) attisatorio
  • POKING attisamento
  • POKY parve, stricte
  • POLAND Polonia
  • POLAR-BEAR urso blanc, urso polar
  • POLAR-BEAR urso blanc/polar
  • POLAR-BEAR urso blanc/polar
  • POLAR-BEAR urso blanc/polar
  • POLAR-LIGHTS aurora polar
  • POLAR polar
  • POLARITY polaritate
  • POLARIZATION polarisation
  • POLARIZE polarisar
  • POLE-STAR stella polar
  • POLE-VAULT salto con pertica
  • POLE (post) palo, pertica; (elec. geog.) polo; (Polish national) polaco, polonese
  • POLEMIC polemica
  • POLEMICAL polemic
  • POLICE-FORCE policia
  • POLICE-STATION commissariato de policia
  • POLICEMAN'S-BEAT ronda
  • POLICEMAN agente de policia, policiero
  • POLICEWOMAN agente de policia, policiera
  • POLICY (course) linea de conducta; (insurance) polissa; (pol.) politica
  • POLIOMYELITIS *poliomyelitis
  • POLISH-OFF devorar, liquidar, terminar
  • POLISH-UP (shine) polir; (improve) perfectionar
  • POLISH adj polac, polonese; n (polishing) polimento; (language) polonese; (wax) cera; v (gentile.) polir; (metal) furbir; (shoes) lustrar; (smooth) lisiar
  • POLISHING (shining) polimento; (smoothing) lisiamento
  • POLITE polite
  • POLITENESS politessa
  • POLITICAL politic
  • POLITICIAN politico
  • POLITICS politica
  • POLL n (gentile. and pol.) votation, scrutinio; (Gallup, etc.) sondage, v (votes) obtener, reciper
  • POLlCE adj policiari; n policia; v policiar
  • POLLEN polline
  • POLLINATE pollinisar
  • POLLING-BOOTH cabina de votation
  • POLLING-STATION centro de votation
  • POLLING votation
  • POLLUTE polluer
  • POLLUTION pollution
  • POLO polo
  • POLTERGEIST poltergeist
  • POLYGAMIST polygamo
  • POLYGAMOUS polygame
  • POLYGAMY polygamia
  • POLYGLOT adj polyglotte; n polyglotto
  • POLYGON polygono
  • POLYMER polymero
  • POLYNESIA Polynesia
  • POLYNESIAN adj polynesian; n polynesiano
  • POLYSYLLABIC polysyllabe
  • POLYTECHNIC adj polytechnic; n polytechnico
  • POLYTHENE *polythene
  • POMP pompa, fasto
  • POMPOSITY pompositate
  • POMPOUS (of style) ampullose
  • POMPOUS (stately) pompose; (of style) *ampullose, emphatic
  • POND stagno
  • PONDER ponderar, meditar
  • PONTIFF pontifice
  • PONTIFICATE n pontificato; v pontificar
  • PONY pony
  • POODLE can de aqua, *pudel
  • POOH-POOH negar le importantia de, rider se de
  • POOL n (com.) fundo commun; (for swimming) piscina; (pond) stagno; v mitter in commun
  • POOR (needy; unfortunate) povre, paupere
  • POORLY adj indisposite; adv mal
  • POP-IN visitar brevemente
  • POP-MUSIC musica *pop
  • POP-OUT sortir un momento
  • POP n detonation legier; (drink) bibita gasose; (father) papa; vt poner rapidemente; vl saltar
  • POPCORN mais rostite
  • POPE papa
  • POPLAR poplo
  • POPPY papavere
  • POPULACE populaceo
  • POPULAR popular
  • POPULARITY popularitate
  • POPULARIZE popularisar
  • POPULATE popular
  • POPULATION population
  • POPULOUS populose
  • PORCELAIN porcellana
  • PORCH portico
  • PORCUPINE porcospino
  • PORE-OVER esser absorbite in, studiar profundemente
  • PORE poro
  • PORK-BUTCHER'S porcheria
  • PORK porco
  • PORNOGRAPHIC pornographic
  • PORNOGRAPHY pornographia
  • POROUS porose
  • PORPOISE porco marin
  • PORRIDGE pappa de avena
  • PORT (harbour) porto; (not starboard) babordo; (wine) vino de Porto
  • PORTAELE portabile
  • PORTEND portender
  • PORTENT portento
  • PORTER (gentile.) portero; (in uniform) switzo; (rly.) portator
  • PORTFOLIO portafolio
  • PORTHOLE oculo
  • PORTICO portico
  • PORTION n portion, parte; v apportionar
  • PORTLY corpulente
  • PORTRAIT-PAINTER portraitista
  • PORTRAIT portrait
  • PORTRAY (make likeness of) effigiar, portraitar; (depict) depinger, describer
  • PORTRAYAL effigiamento, representation
  • PORTUGAL Portugal
  • PORTUGUESE adj/n portugese
  • POSE-AS eriger se in
  • POSE n posa; vt (arrange) mitter in posa; (a question) formular; vi posar
  • POSH (smart) chic, de luxo, elegante; (of voice) affectate
  • POSITIVE adj positive; n (photog.) prova positive, positiva
  • POSITlON position, situation; (job) posto; v implaciar
  • POSSESS posseder
  • POSSESSED possedite
  • POSSESSION possession; -S haber, possessiones
  • POSSESSIVE adj possessive; n genitivo, caso possessive
  • POSSESSOR possessor
  • POSSIBILITY possibilitate
  • POSSIBLE possibile, eventual
  • POSSIBLY forsan
  • POST-MORTEM autopsia
  • POST-OFFICE (bureau de) posta
  • POST-PAID franc de porto, responsa pagate
  • POST adj postal; n (letters) correspondentia, currero; (job) posto; (pole) palo; (postal service) posta; v (assign, mail) postar
  • POSTAGE-STAMP timbro postal
  • POSTAGE porto, tarifa postal
  • POSTAL-ORDER mandato postal
  • POSTAL postal
  • POSTBOX cassa postal
  • POSTCARD carta postal
  • POSTCODE codice postal
  • POSTER affiche {French}
  • POSTER placardo
  • POSTERIOR adj/n posterior
  • POSTERITY posteritate
  • POSTHUMOUS postume
  • POSTHUMOUSLY post le morte
  • POSTMAN currero
  • POSTMARK timbro cancellatori
  • POSTPONE postponer, ajornar
  • POSTPONEMENT postponimento, ajornamento
  • POSTSCRIPT postscripto
  • POSTULATE *postular
  • POSTURE postura
  • POT n (for cooking) marmita, olla; (jar) *potto; v (food) conservar; (plant) plantar in testo
  • POTASSIUM potassium
  • POTATO patata
  • POTENCY (power) potentia, fortia; (med.) efficacia
  • POTENT potente
  • POTENTIAL adj/n potential
  • POTHOLE (in road) cavo; (in rock) marmita de gigante
  • POTION potion
  • POTTER ceramista, ollero
  • POTTERY ceramica, olleria
  • POUCH bursa
  • POULTICE cataplasma
  • POULTRY-FARMING pullicultura
  • POULTRY aves domestic
  • POUNCE-UPON attaccar subitemente
  • POUNCE n salto; v saltar, precipitar se
  • POUND (money) libra sterling; (weight) libra; v batter, tunder
  • POUNDAGE taxa de emission
  • POUR-FORTH effunder
  • POUR-IN vt infunder; vi entrar in massa
  • POUR-OUT effunder
  • POUR-WITH-RAIN pluver torrentialmente
  • POUR vt (discharge liquid) versar; (tea) servir; vi currer abundantemente
  • POUT grimassar con le labios
  • POVERTY-STRICKEN miserabile, indigente
  • POWDER-ROOM W.C. de feminas
  • POWDER n pulvere; v (sprinkle with powder) pulverar; (pulverize) pulverisar, reducer in pulvere
  • POWDERY pulverulente
  • POWER-POINT prisa
  • POWER-STATION central
  • POWER (ability to do) poter, (elec.) energia; (mech., math.) potentia; (mental) facultate; (strength) fortia
  • POWERFUL potente
  • POWERLESS impotente, inefficace
  • POX, CHICKEN varicella
  • POYERTY povressa, paupertate
  • PRACTICABLE practicabile
  • PRACTICAL practic
  • PRACTICALLY quasi, practicamente
  • PRACTICE n (exercise) exercitio; (habit) costume; (of a doctor) clientela; (reality) practica; v practicar, exercer; BE OUT OF - non esser in forma
  • PRACTISE practicar, exercer
  • PRACTISED practic, experte
  • PRACTISING active
  • PRACTITIONER (expert) *professional; (doctor) medico
  • PRAIRIE prateria
  • PRAISE n laude, elogio v laudar
  • PRAISEWORTHY digne de laude, laudabile
  • PRAM *cochietto de infante
  • PRANCE facer capriolas, saltar
  • PRANK burla
  • PRATTLE balbutiar
  • PRAWN grande crangon, Leander serratus
  • PRAY precar, orar
  • PRAYER (entreaty) prece, supplica; (to God) precaria, prece, oration
  • PRAYERBOOK libro de precarias
  • PRE-EMINENCE preeminentia
  • PRE-EMINENT preeminente
  • PREACH predicar
  • PREACHER predicator
  • PREACHING predication
  • PREAMBLE preambulo
  • PRECARIOUS precari
  • PRECAUTION precaution
  • PRECEDE preceder
  • PRECEDENCE precedentia
  • PRECEDENT adj/n precedente
  • PRECEDING precedente
  • PRECINCT (commercial centre) centro commercial; (U.S.) districto electoral
  • PRECIOUS preciose
  • PRECIPICE precipitio
  • PRECIPITATE adj precipitate; n precipitato; v precipitar
  • PRECIS summario
  • PRECISE accurate
  • PRECISE precise, stricte
  • PRECISION precision
  • PRECOCIOUS precoce
  • PRECONCEIVE preconciper
  • PRECONCEPTION preconception
  • PREDATORY rapace
  • PREDECESSOR antecessor, predecessor
  • PREDESTINATION predestination
  • PREDESTINE predestinar
  • PREDICAMENT (philos.) predicamento; (fix) situation difficile
  • PREDICATE n predicato; v predicar
  • PREDICT predicer, augurar
  • PREDICTION prediction
  • PREDOMINANCE predominantia
  • PREDOMINANT predominante
  • PREDOMINATE predominar
  • PREFAB casa *prefabricate
  • PREFABRICATION *prefabrication
  • PREFABRlCATE *prefabricar
  • PREFACE n prefacio; v prefaciar
  • PREFECT prefecto
  • PREFER preferer
  • PREFERABLE preferibile
  • PREFERENCE preferentia
  • PREFERENTIAL preferential
  • PREFIX n prefixo; v prefixar
  • PREGNANCY graviditate, pregnantia
  • PREGNANT (with child) gravide, pregnante; (significant) pregnante
  • PREHISTORIC prehistoric
  • PREJUDGE prejudicar
  • PREJUDICE n prejudicio; v prejudiciar
  • PREJUDICED partial, interessate
  • PRELIMINARY adj/n preliminar
  • PRELUDE n preludio; v preludiar
  • PREMATURE prematur, precoce
  • PREMEDITATED premeditate
  • PREMEDITATION premeditation
  • PREMIER adj prime; n prime ministro
  • PREMISE n premissa; -S local
  • PREMISS - PREMISE
  • PREMIUM-BOND bono a lotteria
  • PREMIUM premio
  • PREMONITION premonition
  • PRENUPTUAL antenuptual
  • PREOCCUPATION preoccupate
  • PREOCCUPIED preoccupate
  • PREPAID pagate anticipatemente, franc de porto
  • PREPARATION (preparing) preparation; (tech.) appresto
  • PREPARATORY preparatori
  • PREPARE-FOR preparar a
  • PREPARE vt preparar; (tech.) apprestar; vi preparar se
  • PREPARED preparate, preste; BE - esser preste
  • PREPOSITION preposition
  • PREPOSTEROUS absurde, ridicule
  • PREROGATIVE prerogativa
  • PRESBYTERIAN adj presbyterian; n presbyteriano
  • PRESCRIBE prescriber, ordinar
  • PRESCRlPTlON prescription, recepta
  • PRESENCE-OF-MIND presentia de spirito
  • PRESENCE presentia
  • PRESENT-PARTICIPLE participio presente
  • PRESENT adj presente, actual; n (gift) dono, presente; (in time) presente; v presentar; (a play) representar; AT - al presente; FOR THE - pro le presente
  • PRESENTABLE presentabile
  • PRESENTATIDN presentation
  • PRESENTIMENT presentimento
  • PRESENTLY tosto
  • PRESERVATION preservation, conservation
  • PRESERVATIVE adj preservative; n preservativo
  • PRESERVE (keep safe) preservar; (food) conservar
  • PRESERVED (kept safe) preservate; (food) in conserva
  • PRESIDE presider
  • PRESIDENCY presidentia
  • PRESIDENT presidente
  • PRESIDENTIAL presidential
  • PRESS-CONFERENCE conferentia de pressa
  • PRESS-CUTTING retalio de pressa
  • PRESS-DOWN deprimer
  • PRESS-ON fortiar le passo
  • PRESS-OUT exprimer
  • PRESS-STUD button de pression
  • PRESS n pressa; v (exert pressure) premer, pressar; (urge) insister (super)
  • PRESSING urgente
  • PRESSURE-COOKER autoclave
  • PRESSURE-GAUGE manometro
  • PRESSURE pression
  • PRESSURIZE *pressurisar
  • PRESTIGE prestigio
  • PRESTIGIOUS prestigiose
  • PRESUMAELE presumibile, probabile
  • PRESUME presumer
  • PRESUMPTION presumption
  • PRESUMPTUOUS presumptuose
  • PRESUPPOSE presupponer
  • PRETENCE (appearance) simulation, affectation; (claim, pretext) pretension
  • PRETEND (feign) finger, simular; (claim) pretender
  • PRETENDER pretendente
  • PRETENSION pretension
  • PRETENTIOUS pretentiose
  • PRETENTIOUSNESS pretension
  • PRETEXT pretexto
  • PRETTY adj belle; adv bastante, quasi
  • PREVAIL prevaler
  • PREVALENT commun, prevalente
  • PREVENT (hinder) impedir; (illness) evitar
  • PREVENTION prevention
  • PREVENTIVE preventive
  • PREVIEW vista preliminari
  • PREVIOUS previe
  • PREVIOUSLY previemente
  • PREY-ON predar
  • PREY preda
  • PRICE-LIST tarifa
  • PRICE n precio; preciar
  • PRICELESS (goods) (de valor) inestimabile, inappreciabile; (joke) impagabile
  • PRICK-UP ONE'S EARS eriger le aures
  • PRICK n punctura, piccatura; v punger, piccar
  • PRICKLE n spina, acantha; v formicar
  • PRICKLY spinose
  • PRIDE-ONESELF ON facer se honor de
  • PRIDE (in a bad sense) orgolio; (in a good sense) feritate
  • PRIEST prestre, sacerdote
  • PRIEST,-PARISH parocho
  • PRIESTESS prestressa
  • PRIESTHOOD sacerdotio; (the clergy) clero
  • PRIESTLY sacerdotal
  • PRIGGISHNESS pedanteria moral
  • PRIM affectate
  • PRIMARY primari
  • PRIMATE (eccl., zool.) primate
  • PRIME-MINISTER prime ministro
  • PRIME-OF LIFE flor del vita
  • PRIME adj prime; n (best part) perfection; (liturg.) prima; v preparar, cargar
  • PRIMER manual, prime libro
  • PRIMEVAL primitive
  • PRIMITIVE primitive
  • PRIMROSE primavera, primula
  • PRINCE prince
  • PRINCELY principesc
  • PRINCESS princessa
  • PRINCIPAL adj/n principal
  • PRINCIPALITY principato
  • PRINCIPLE principio
  • PRINT-SHOP *imprimeria
  • PRINT n (engraving, etc.) stampa; (fabric) indiana; (photog.) copia; v (books, etc) imprimer; (phot.) copiar; OUT OF - exhaurite
  • PRINTED-MATTER *imprimitos
  • PRINTER imprimitor
  • PRINTING-PRESS pressa de *imprimeria
  • PRINTING (typography) impression, typographia; (act of printing; impression) tirage
  • PRIOR adj/n prior
  • PRIORITY prioritate
  • PRISE-OPEN fortiar
  • PRISM prisma
  • PRISON prision, carcere
  • PRISONER prisionero
  • PRIVACY intimitate
  • PRIVATE adj private, particular; n simple soldato
  • PRIVET ligustro
  • PRIVILEGE n privilegio; v privilegiar
  • PRIZE n premio; v appreciar, estimar, preciar
  • PRIZEWINNER premiato
  • PRlG pedante in cosas moral
  • PRO n professional; prep pro
  • PROBABILITY probabilitate
  • PROBABLE probabile
  • PROBABLY probabilemente
  • PROBATE validation de un testamento
  • PROBATION-OFFICER official surveliante (de personas in libertate conditional)
  • PROBATION (period of trial) probation; (jur.) libertate conditional; ON - in libertate conditional
  • PROBATIONARY de prova
  • PROBE n sonda; v sondar
  • PROBLEM problema
  • PROCEDURE (way of doing) *procedimento; (jur.) procedura
  • PROCEED proceder
  • PROCEEDINGS deliberationes; (legal) processo
  • PROCEEDS producto, receptas
  • PROCESS n processo; v processar
  • PROCESSION (parade) *defilata; (relig.) procession
  • PROCLAIM proclamar? declarar
  • PROCLAMATION proclamation
  • PROCRASTINATE temporisar
  • PROCREATE procrear
  • PROCREATION procreation
  • PROCURE procurar (se)
  • PROD n colpo de digito o de baston, pulsata, stimulo; v stimular
  • PRODIGAL aoj prodige; n *prodigo
  • PRODIGY prodigio
  • PRODUCE n productoso
  • PRODUCER (manufacturer) productor; (theat.) inscenator
  • PRODUCT producto
  • PRODUCTION (thing produced, producing) production; (theat.) inscenation, presentation
  • PRODUCTIVE productive
  • PRODUCTIVITY productivitate
  • PROELEMATIC problematic
  • PROFANE adj profan; v profanar
  • PROFANITY profanitate
  • PROFESS professar
  • PROFESSION profession
  • PROFESSIONAL adj professional; n experto, *professional
  • PROFESSOR professpr (universitari)
  • PROFESSORSHIP professorato, cathedra
  • PROFICIENCY competentia
  • PROFICIENT competente, experte, versate
  • PROFILE n profilo; v profilar
  • PROFIT n profito, ganio; v profitar (de)
  • PROFITABLE profitabile
  • PROFITEER accaparator
  • PROFOUND profunde
  • PROFUSE profuse
  • PROFUSION profusion
  • PROGRAM(ME) n programma; v *programmar
  • PROGRAMMER *programmator
  • PROGRESS n progresso; v progressar
  • PROGRESSION progression
  • PROGRESSIVE progressive
  • PROHIBIT prohibir
  • PROHIBITION prohibition
  • PROHIBITIVE prohibitive
  • PROJECT n projecto; v projectar
  • PROJECTILE projectil
  • PROJECTION projection
  • PROJECTOR projector
  • PROLETARIAN adj proletari; n proletario
  • PROLETARIAT proletariato
  • PROLIFERATE proliferar
  • PROLIFERATION proliferation
  • PROLIFIC prolific
  • PROLOGUE prologo
  • PROLONG prolongar
  • PROM (concert) concerto popular; (dance) ballo de studentes
  • PROMENADE (walk) promenada; (at seaside) esplanada
  • PROMINENCE prominentia
  • PROMINENT prominente
  • PROMISCUITY promiscuitate
  • PROMISCUOUS (mixed) promiscue; (sexual) libertin
  • PROMISE n promissa; v promitter
  • PROMOTE promover
  • PROMOTER promotor
  • PROMOTION promotion
  • PROMPT adj immediate, prompte; n suggestion; v (an actor) sufflar
  • PROMPTER sufflator
  • PROMPTING stimulo, suggestion
  • PROMPTLY tosto, promptemente
  • PROMPTNESS expedition, promptitude
  • PRONE pron
  • PRONG dente
  • PRONOUN pronomine
  • PRONOUNCE pronunciar
  • PRONOUNCEABLE pronunciabile, articulabile
  • PRONOUNCEMENT pronunciamento
  • PRONUNCIATION pronunciation
  • PROOF-AGAINST a proba de
  • PROOF adj immun, resistente; n prova, proba
  • PROOFREADER corrector de provas
  • PROP n appoio; v appoiar, sustener; -S accessorios
  • PROPAGANDA propaganda
  • PROPAGANDIST propagandista
  • PROPAGATE propagar
  • PROPAGATION propagation
  • PROPEL propeller, mover
  • PROPELLANT adj/n propulsor
  • PROPELLER-SHAFT (of boat) arbore del helice; (of car) arbore de transmission
  • PROPELLER (that which propels) propulsor; (of aircraft or ship) helice
  • PROPENSITY propension
  • PROPER-NOUN nomine proprie
  • PROPER (peculiar) proprie; (fit) conveniente; (correct) correcte
  • PROPERLY correctemente, debitemente
  • PROPERTY (thing owned; attribute) proprietate; (goods) benes; (land) terra
  • PROPHECY prophetia
  • PROPHESY prophetisar
  • PROPITIATE propitiar
  • PROPORTION n proportion; v dosar, proportionar; OUT OF - mal proportionate, disproportionate
  • PROPORTIONATE proportionate
  • PROPOSAL (suggestion) proposition, projecto; (of marriage) offerta de maritage
  • PROPOSE (suggest) proponer; (plan) proponer se (de)
  • PROPOSITION proposition, these
  • PROPRIETOR proprietario
  • PROPRIETY convenientia
  • PROPULSION propulsion
  • PROSE prosa
  • PROSECUTE (follow up) prosequer; (jur.) processar (contra)
  • PROSECUTION (the act) accusation; (the people) accusatores
  • PROSECUTOR accusator
  • PROSPECT n perspectiva, prospecto; v explorar
  • PROSPECTIVE futur, eventual
  • PROSPECTOR cercator, explorator
  • PROSPECTUS prospecto
  • PROSPER prosperar
  • PROSPERITY prosperitate
  • PROSPEROUS prospere
  • PROSTATE prostata
  • PROSTITUTE n prostituta; v prostituer
  • PROSTITUTION prostitution
  • PROTAGONIST protagonista
  • PROTEACTIDN prolongation
  • PROTECT proteger
  • PROTECTION protection
  • PROTECTIVE protective
  • PROTECTOR protector
  • PROTECTORATE protectorato
  • PROTEGE protégé
  • PROTEIN proteina
  • PROTEST n protesto; v protestar; UNDER - sub reserva, facente objectiones
  • PROTESTANT adj/n protestante, evangelic(o)
  • PROTOCOL protocollo
  • PROTON proton
  • PROTOTYPE prototypo
  • PROTRACTOR mesurator de angulos
  • PROTRUDE salir foras
  • PROTRUSION saliente, protuberantia
  • PROUD (in a bad sense) orgoliose; (in a good sense) fer
  • PROVE provar, probar
  • PROVERB proverbio
  • PROVERBIAL proverbial
  • PROVIDE-FOR provider a
  • PROVIDE-WITH provider de, guarnir de, munir de
  • PROVIDE fornir, provider
  • PROVIDED THAT a condition que
  • PROVINCE provincia
  • PROVINCIAL provincial
  • PROVISION n provision; v victualiar
  • PROVISIONAL provisional
  • PROVISIONS victualia, provision
  • PROVISO condition, stipulation
  • PROVOCATION provocation
  • PROVOCATIVE provocative
  • PROVOKE provocar
  • PROW proa
  • PROWESS prodessa
  • PROWL vagar in cerca de preda; ON THE - in cerca de preda
  • PROWLER vagator furtive
  • PROXIMITY proximitate
  • PROXY (agency of substitute) prucuration; (person) procurator
  • PRUDE prude
  • PRUDENCE prudentia
  • PRUDENT prudente
  • PRUDISH prude
  • PRUNE n pruna sic; v putar
  • PRUNING putatura
  • PRURIENT pruriente
  • PRY-OPEN fortiar
  • PRY mitter le naso (in un cosa)
  • PSALM psalmo
  • PSALMIST psalmista
  • PSEUDONYM pseudonymo
  • PSYCHEDELIC *psychedelic
  • PSYCHIATRIC psychiatric
  • PSYCHIATRIST psychiatro
  • PSYCHIATRY psychiatria
  • PSYCHIC psychic
  • PSYCHOANALYSIS psychoanalyse
  • PSYCHOANALYST psychoanalysta
  • PSYCHOLOGICAL psychologic
  • PSYCHOLOGIST psychologo
  • PSYCHOLOGY psychologia
  • PSYCHOPATH psychopathe
  • PSYCHOPATHIC psychopathic
  • PUB-CRAWL tour del tavernas
  • PUB *pub, taverna
  • PUBERTY pubertate
  • PUBLIC-HOLIDAY die de festa, feriate
  • PUBLIC-HOUSE = PUB
  • PUBLIC-LIBRARY bibliotheca municipal/public
  • PUBLIC-PROSECUTOR procurator fiscal
  • PUBLIC-RELATIONS servicio de relationes public
  • PUBLIC adj public; n publico
  • PUBLICAN (keeper of tavern) tavernero; (bib.) *publicano
  • PUBLICATION publication
  • PUBLICITY publicitate, reclamo
  • PUBLICIZE dar publicitate a
  • PUBLISH publicar, editar
  • PUBLISHER editor
  • PUBLISHING-HOUSE *casa editorial
  • PUBLISHING edition
  • PUCE color de pulice
  • PUDDING pudding
  • PUDDLE cavo de aqua
  • PUERILE pueril
  • PUFF-PASTRY pasta exfoliate
  • PUFF-UP inflar
  • PUFF n (of air) sufflo; (for face-powder) cossinetto de pulvere; vi sufflar
  • PUGILIST pugilista
  • PULL-APART separar
  • PULL-BACK arretrar se
  • PULL-DOWN dismontar
  • PULL-IN (of train) entrar in le station; (halt) arrestar (se)
  • PULL-OFF eveller
  • PULL-ON vestir (le calceas)
  • PULL-OUT (remove) tirar; (teeth) extraher; (of train) sortir del station
  • PULL-OVER (cause to cover) tirar super; (of vehicle) mover al latere del via
  • PULL-TOGETHER laborar insimul
  • PULL-UP (raise) hissar, altiar; (halt) arrestar (se); (weeds) extirpar
  • PULL n (influence) influentia; (drawing) tirada; v (draw) tirar, traher; (haul) trainar
  • PULLEY polea
  • PULLOVER *pullover
  • PULP n (gentile.) pulpa; (of fruit) carne; v reducer in pulpa
  • PULPIT pulpito
  • PULSATE pulsar
  • PULSATION pulsation
  • PULSE pulso
  • PULVERIZE pulverisar
  • PUMA *puma
  • PUMICE *pumice
  • PUMP-UP inflar
  • PUMP n (for dancing) scarpino; (mech.) pumpa; v pumpar
  • PUMPING *pumpage
  • PUN n joco de parolas; v facer un joco de parolas
  • PUNCH-BALL ballon de exercitation
  • PUNCH-DRUNK esturdite (de colpos)
  • PUNCH n (blow) colpo de pugno; (die) *punction; (drink) punch; v (a hole) perforar; (hit) dar un colpo de pugno
  • PUNCTILIOUS punctiliose
  • PUNCTUAL punctual, exacte
  • PUNCTUALITY punctualitate, exactitude
  • PUNCTUATE pumctuar
  • PUNCTUATION punctuation
  • PUNCTURE n (small hole) punctura; (motoring) panna de pneu, ruptura de pneu; vt puncturar
  • PUNDIT (Hindu) *pandit; (fig.) grande sapiente
  • PUNGENT pungente
  • PUNISH punir, castigar
  • PUNISHABLE punibile
  • PUNISHMENT punition, castigation
  • PUNITIVE punitive
  • PUNY debile
  • PUPIL (scholar) scholar, pupillo; (anat.) pupilla (school) alumno
  • PUPPET-SHOW theatro de marionettes
  • PUPPET marionette
  • PUPPY canino
  • PURCHASE n *compra, emption; v *comprar, emer
  • PURCHASER (buyer) comprator, emptor, acquirente; (at an auction) adjudicatario
  • PURCHASES acquisitiones, *compras
  • PURE pur, nitide
  • PURGATORY purgatorio
  • PURGE n purga; v purgar, purificar
  • PURIFICATION purification
  • PURIFY purificar
  • PURITAN adj puritan; n puritano
  • PURITANICAL puritan
  • PURITY puritate
  • PURL malia invertite
  • PURPLE adj/n purpura
  • PURPOSE n fin, intention, objecto; v proponer se; ON - con intention, expresso
  • PURPOSEFUL tenace, resolution
  • PURPOSELY con intention, expresso
  • PURR n *ronron; v *ronronar
  • PURSE bursa, portamoneta
  • PURSUE (carry on) continuar, prosequer; (chase) persequer;(hunt) chassar
  • PURSUER persequente
  • PURSUIT (chase) persecution; (carrying on) continuation, prosecution
  • PUS pure
  • PUSH-BACK repulsar
  • PUSH-DOWN deprimer, pulsar a basso
  • PUSH-IN vt introducer a fortia; vi entrar a fortia
  • PUSH-OFF (a boat) pulsar (un barca) in le aqua; (go) partir
  • PUSH-ON (facer) avantiar
  • PUSH-OUT expeller
  • PUSH-THROUGH tractar con expedition
  • PUSH n pulsata; v pulsar
  • PUSHCHAIR *cochietto de infante
  • PUSSY catto, catta
  • PUT-BACK remitter (in su posto)
  • PUT-DOWN (replace) deponer, posar; (a revolt) supprimer; (confuse) disconcertar, humiliar
  • PUT-FORWARD (suggest) proponer; (advance) avantiar
  • PUT-IN introducer
  • PUT-OFF (delay) differer; (dissuade) dissuader, discoragiar; (disgust) disgustar
  • PUT-ON (a garment) vestir; (a play) montar, representar; (turn on) accender
  • PUT-OUT (expel) expeller, mitter al porta; (hands) extender; (a fire) extinguer; (confuse) disconcertar, incommodar
  • PUT-THROUGH (telephone call) passar
  • PUT-TO-USE applicar, utilisar
  • PUT-UP-WITH supportar, tolerar
  • PUT-UP (a building) construer; (prices) augmentar; construer; (lodge) allogiar
  • PUT poner, placiar
  • PUTRID putride
  • PUTTER-ABOUT occupar se de bagatellas
  • PUTTY n mastico; v fixar (o tappar) con le mastico
  • PUZZLE n enigma, problema; v confunder, intrigar
  • PUZZLED perplexe
  • PUZZLING enigmatic
  • PYGMY *pygmeo
  • PYJAMAS pajama
  • PYLON pylon
  • PYRAMID pyramide
  • PYRENEES Pyreneos
  • PYREX vitro refrac
  • PYTHON python
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