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S

  • SABBATH sabbato
  • SABLE *zibellina
  • SABOTAGE n sabotage; v sabotar
  • SABRE sabla
  • SACCHARIN saccharina
  • SACHET sacchetto
  • SACK n (bag; plunder) sacco; v (dismiss) destituer, dimitter; (plunder) mitter a sacco; (put in sack) insaccar; GET THE - esser dimittite
  • SACRAMENT sacramento
  • SACRED sacrate, sacre
  • SACRIFICE n sacrificio; v sacrificar
  • SACRILEGE sacrilegio
  • SACRILEGIOUS sacrilege
  • SAD triste
  • SADDEN attristar, contristar
  • SADDLE-WITH cargar de
  • SADDLE n sella; v sellar, insellar
  • SADDLER sellero
  • SADISM sadismo
  • SADIST sadista
  • SADISTIC sadista
  • SADNESS tristitia
  • SAFARI *safari
  • SAFE-AND-SOUND san e salve
  • SAFE-CONDUCT salveconducto
  • SAFE adj salve, secur; n cassa forte
  • SAFEGUARD n salveguarda; v salveguardar
  • SAFEKEEPING bon guarda, custodia
  • SAFELY in securitate, sin accidente
  • SAFETY-BELT cinctura de securitate
  • SAFETY-CATCH button de securitate
  • SAFETY-PIN spinula de securitate
  • SAFETY-VALVE valvula de securitate
  • SAFETY securitate
  • SAFFRON *safran
  • SAG ceder, flecter se (sub le peso)
  • SAGA saga
  • SAGE adj sage; n (herb) salvia; (wise man) sagio
  • SAGITTARIUS Sagittario
  • SAGO sago
  • SAIL n (cloth) vela; (action) excursion marin, voga; v (navigate) navigar; (drift) vogar
  • SAILING-SHIP veliero
  • SAILING (navigation) navigation; (departure) partita
  • SAILOR marinero
  • SAINT (as in "Saint Paul") sancte; (used by itself) (masc.) sancto; (fem.) sancta
  • SALT CELLAR saliera
  • SALT sal
  • SAMOA,AMERICAN *Samoa American
  • SAND-BAR barra de arena
  • SAPWOOD alburno
  • SATELLITE-DISH antenna parabolic
  • SATELLITE ANTENNA antenna parabolic
  • SATISFACTION (contentment) satisfaction, contentamento; (for an injury) reparation; (payment) liquidation
  • SATISFACTORY satisfactori
  • SATISFIED contente (de)
  • SATISFY satisfacer
  • SATURATE saturar
  • SATURATION saturation
  • SATURDAY sabbato
  • SATURN Saturno
  • SAUCE sauce
  • SAUCEPAN casserola
  • SAUCER subcuppa
  • SAUCY (cheeky) impertinente; (coquettish) coquette
  • SAUDI-ARABIA Arabia Saudi; Arabia Saudita
  • SAUDI ARABIA Arabia Saudita
  • SAUERKRAUT sauerkraut
  • SAUNA *sauna
  • SAUNTER n deambulation; v deambular, flanar
  • SAUSAGE salsicia
  • SAVAGE adj feroce, salvage; n *salvage; v attaccar, morder
  • SAVE prep salvo; v (rescue) salvar; (avoid) evitar; (keep back) reservar; (money) sparniar
  • SAVING (economy) economia; (of money) sparnio; (rescue) salvamento
  • SAVINGS-BANK cassa de sparnio
  • SAVINGS peculio, sparnios
  • SAVIOUR salvator
  • SAVOUR n sapor; v saporar
  • SAVOURY adj saporose; n entremets (non sucrate)
  • SAW n serra; v serrar
  • SAWDUST pulvere de serra
  • SAWMILL serreria
  • SAXOPHONE saxophono
  • SAY n derecto de parlar; v dicer; LET HIM HAVE HIS - lassa le parlar
  • SAYING dicto, sententia
  • SCABBARD vaina
  • SCAFFOLD scafolt
  • SCAFFOLDING armatura provisori de travalio, *perticage de travalio
  • SCALD n escaldatura; v escaldar
  • SCALE-DOWN reducer secundo le scala
  • SCALE-UP augmentar secundo le scala
  • SCALE n (crust) incrustation, scalia; (of fish, etc.) squama; (for measuring, mus.) scala; v (scrape) scaliar; (climb) scalar; (remove scales from) squamar; SLIDING - scala mobile
  • SCALES balancia
  • SCALLOP (zool.) pectine; (sewing) feston
  • SCALP n corio capillute, scalp; v scalpar
  • SCALPEL *scalpello
  • SCALY squamose
  • SCAMP n mal subjecto; v exequer troppo hastivemente
  • SCAMPER-AWAY escampar
  • SCAMPER currer
  • SCAMPI langustinas
  • SCAN (examine) scrutar; (with radar) explorar; (verses) metir, scander
  • SCANDAL scandalo
  • SCANDALIZE scandalisar; BE -D scandalisar se
  • SCANDALOUS scandalose, malsonante
  • SCANDINAVIA Scandinavia
  • SCANDINAVIAN adj scandinave; n scandinavo
  • SCANNER (electr.) *scanner, scanditor, apparato pro le reproduction electronic de textos e imagines
  • SCANT(Y) exigue, insufficiente
  • SCAPEGOAT capro expiatori
  • SCAR (of a wound) crusta; (strike-breaker) rumpe-exopero
  • SCAR n cicatrice; vt marcar con un cicatrice; vi cicatrisar se
  • SCARCE rar, pauco abundante, pauco commun
  • SCARCELY a pena
  • SCARCITY (rarity) raritate; (shortage) penuria
  • SCARE n panico; v espaventar (se); BE -D haber pavor
  • SCARECROW espaventaaves
  • SCAREMONGER alarmista
  • SCARF charpa, (grande) cravata
  • SCARLATINA scarlatina
  • SCARLET adj scarlatin, vermilie; n scarlato; - FEVER febre scarlatin, scarlatina
  • SCATHING caustic, mordace
  • SCATTER (spread) dispersar (se); (clouds) dissipar (se)
  • SCATTERBRAINED distracte
  • SCATTERING dispersion
  • SCAVENGE scopar le stratas, colliger immunditias
  • SCAVENGER (animal) animal necrophage, animal (o ave) que se alimenta de caronia; (person) scopator de stratas
  • SCENARIO scenario
  • SCENE scena
  • SCENERY (landscape) paisage; (theat.) decoration
  • SCENIC scenic
  • SCENT n (of animal) pista; (perfume) perfumo; (smell) odor; v (detect by smell) olfacer; (fill with perfume) imbalsamar, perfumar
  • SCEPTER = SCEPTRE
  • SCEPTIC sceptico
  • SCEPTICAL sceptic
  • SCEPTICISM scepticismo
  • SCEPTRE sceptro
  • SCHEDULE n (list) inventario, lista; (plan) plano; (timetable) horario; v inscriber (in un lista, etc), rediger (un lista de)
  • SCHEME n designo, plano, schema; v intrigar
  • SCHIZOPHRENIA schizophrenia
  • SCHIZOPHRENIC adj schizophrenic; n schizophrenico
  • SCHOLAR (pupil) scholar; (academic) docto, erudito
  • SCHOLARLY docte, erudite
  • SCHOLARSHIP (learning) erudition; (money) bursa
  • SCHOLASTIC scholastic
  • SCHOOL adj scholar; n schola; v instruer; ELEMENTARY - schola primari; GRAMMAR - lyceo; HIGH lyceo; PRIMARY - schola primari; PRIVATE - schola private; PUBLIC (English) lyceo private con dotation; (elsewhere) schola public; SECONDARY - schola secundari
  • SCHOOLBOY scholar
  • SCHOOLGIRL scholar
  • SCHOOLMASTER maestro de schola
  • SCHOOLMISTRESS maestra de schola
  • SCHOOLTEACHER inseniante, maestro, maestra
  • SCHOONER *goletta, schooner
  • SCIATIC sciatic
  • SCIATICA sciatica
  • SCIENCE scientia; - FICTION *science-fiction
  • SCIENCE,-AEROSPACE scientias aerospatial
  • SCIENTIFIC scientific
  • SCIENTIST scientista
  • SCISSORS cisorios
  • SCISSORS,-PAIR-OF cisorios; v arrangiar in pares
  • SCOFF (eat) devorar; - AT (deride) derider, irrider
  • SCOLD reprimendar
  • SCONE pastisseria scotese
  • SCOOP n (shovel) pala; (journ.) nova exclusive; - UP colliger con le pala, excavar
  • SCOOTER (motor scooter) *scooter; (children's) *patinette
  • SCOPE campo (de application), sphera (de action), possibilitate
  • SCORCH adurer, torrefacer, torrer
  • SCORE n (mus.) partition; (sport) punctos; (twenty) vintena; v (cut) incider; (sport) ganiar (punctos); (mus.) instrumentar, orchestrar
  • SCOREBOARD tabula (de punctos)
  • SCORN n disdigno, minusprecio; v disdignar, minuspreciar
  • SCORNFUL disdignose
  • SCORPIO Scorpion
  • SCORPION scorpion
  • SCOT-FREE impun
  • SCOT n scoto
  • SCOTCH-TAPE banda adhesive
  • SCOTCH adj scotese; n whisky scotese; v frustrar
  • SCOTLAND Scotia
  • SCOTTISH scotese
  • SCOUNDREL scelerato, villano
  • SCOUR-THE-COUNTRY FOR perscrutar le pais in cerca de
  • SCOUR nettar con fricamento
  • SCOURGE n flagello; v flagellar
  • SCOUT n (mil.) recognoscitor; (boy) boy scout; v recognoscer, explorar; - AROUND explorar
  • SCOUTING (mil.) recognoscentia; (for boys) *scoutismo
  • SCOUTMASTER chef de section (del boy scouts)
  • SCOWL n reguardo hostil; v reguardar hostilmente
  • SCRAMBLE n (fight) lucta precipitate; (turmoil) confusion; v (fight) luctar precipitatemente; (crawl) diriger se con manos e pedes; (aeron.) preparar se immediatemente pro quitar; (mix) miscer
  • SCRAMBLED EGGS ovos miscite
  • SCRAP-HEAP cumulo de ferralia
  • SCRAP-IRON ferralia
  • SCRAP n (piece) fragmento, pecietta; (fight) lucta; (remainder) resto; vt (machinery) dismantellar, vender pro ferralia; (ideas) abandonar; vi (fight) luctar, venir al manos
  • SCRAPBOOK album
  • SCRAPE grattar, rader, raspar
  • SCRAPER raspator
  • SCRAPPY fragmentari
  • SCRATCH n excoriation, lesion superficial; v grattar, rader
  • SCRAWL n scriptura illegibile; v scriber illegibilemente
  • SCREAM n crito (acute); v critar, vociferar
  • SCREECH n stridor; v strider
  • SCREEN n (folding partition) paravento; (film, TV, etc.) *schermo; (shield) protection; (of a car) parabrisa; v (shield) proteger; (film) projectar; (investigate) investigar
  • SCREW n (techn.) vite; (of ship) helice, propulsor; v vitar; - DOWN THE fixar per vites; - UP (the eyes) arrugar SCREWDRIVER tornavite
  • SCRIBBLE n scriptura illegibile; v scriber con pressa
  • SCRIBE scriba
  • SCRIPT (manuscript) scriptura, manuscripto; (of film) scenario
  • SCRIPTURAL scriptural
  • SCRIPTURE (Bible) Sacre Scriptura; (as school subject) historia sacre, religion
  • SCRIPTWRITER *scenarista
  • SCROLL n (roll) rolo (de pergamena); (arch.) voluta
  • SCROTUM *scroto
  • SCROUNGE (cadge) obtener per astutia; (live as parasite) viver parasiticamente
  • SCROUNGER mendico, parasito
  • SCRUB n (action) fricamento; (geog.) terreno oe brossas; v fricar con le brossa
  • SCRUBBING BRUSH brossa a fricar, brossa dur
  • SCRUFF *nuca
  • SCRUFFY disordinate e immunde
  • SCRUM(MAGE) *scrum
  • SCRUMPTIOUS deliciose
  • SCRUPLE n scrupulo; v hesitar, haber scrupulos
  • SCRUPULOUS scrupulose
  • SCRUTINIZE (scan) scrutiniar, scrutar; (closely) perscrutar
  • SCRUTINY (scanning) scrutinio; (close) perscrutation
  • SCUFF guastar le superficie de
  • SCUFFLE n *melee, *rixa; v luctar
  • SCULLERY *retrococina
  • SCULP sculper
  • SCULPTOR sculptor
  • SCULPTURE sculptura
  • SCUM scuma
  • SCURF furfure
  • SCURRILOUS choccante, grossier, vil
  • SCURRY currer
  • SCURVY scorbuto
  • SCUTTLE n situla a carbon; vt perforar un nave pro affundar lo; vi fugir
  • SCYTHE falce
  • SEA-ANEMONE actinia
  • SEA-EAGLE aquila de mar
  • SEA-LEVEL nivello del mar
  • SEA-LION leon marin
  • SEA adj de mar, marin; n mar; BE AT - esser disorientate, BY - per mar; HEAVY - mar grosse; OPEN - largo
  • SEA CHART carta
  • SEAFARER homine de mar
  • SEAFARING de mar
  • SEAFOOD fructos de mar
  • SEAFRONT esplanada
  • SEAGULL laro
  • SEAL (zool.) phoca; (stamp) sigillo; v (document) sigillar; (bottle) capsular
  • SEALSKIN pelle de phoca
  • SEAM (sewn) sutura; (joint) junctura; (lode) filon
  • SEAMAN marinero
  • SEAMANSHIP nautica
  • SEAMY disagradabile, miserabile
  • SEANCE session
  • SEAPORT porto de mar
  • SEAR (wither) desiccar, marcer; (med.) cauterisar
  • SEARCH-FOR cercar
  • SEARCH-WARRANT mandato de perquisition
  • SEARCH n cerca, perquisition, recerca, v perquirer, querer, recercar; RIGHT OF - derecto de visita
  • SEARCHING penetrante
  • SEARCHLIGHT projector
  • SEASHORE costa
  • SEASICK qui suffre de mal de mar
  • SEASICKNESS mal de mar
  • SEASIDE station balnear, citate maritime
  • SEASON n saison, station del anno; v condimentar, condir; - TICKET billet de abonamento
  • SEASONABLE variabile secundo le saison, *saisonal
  • SEASONING condimento
  • SEAT n (chair) sede; (centre) centro; (parliamentary) sede; (in bus, theatre, etc.) placia; v haber sedes pro; - ONESELF seder se; - BELT cinctura de securitate
  • SEATING provision de sedes
  • SEAWEED *fuco, alga (marin)
  • SEAWORTHY navigabile
  • SECATEURS cisorios horticultural
  • SECEDE separar se, facer *secession
  • SECESSION separation, *secession
  • SECLUDED recluse, solitari, isolate
  • SECLUSION isolation, solitude
  • SECOND-BEST secunde
  • SECOND-CLASS de secunde classe
  • SECOND-HAND de occasion, de secunde mano; - DEALER venditor de merce de occasion
  • SECOND-IN-COMMAND vicecommandante
  • SECOND-NATURE (de) secunde natura
  • SECOND-RATE inferior, mediocre
  • SECOND adj secunde; n (part of minute or angle) secunda; (in duel) secundo; v (support) secundar; (a motion) appoiar (un motion)
  • SECONDARY secundari SECONDARY SCHOOL schola secundari
  • SECRECY *secretessa
  • SECRET adj secrete; n secreto
  • SECRETARIAL de secretario, de secretaria
  • SECRETARIAT secretariato
  • SECRETARY (masc.) secretario; (fem.) secretaria
  • SECRETE secretar
  • SECRETIVE reservate
  • SECT secta
  • SECTARIAN sectari
  • SECTARIANISM spirito sectari
  • SECTION section
  • SECTOR sector
  • SECULAR secular
  • SECURE adj secur, stabile; v (make fast) assecurar; (fix) fixar; (a loan) garantir (un presto); (get) obtener, procurar se
  • SECURITIES (fin.) valores
  • SECURITY (protection) securitate; (for loan) pignore
  • SEDATE calme, composite, tranquille; v tractar de sedativos
  • SEDATION sedation
  • SEDATIVE adj sedative; n sedativo
  • SEDENTARY sedentari
  • SEDIMENT sedimento, deposito
  • SEDITION sedition
  • SEDITIOUS seditiose
  • SEDUCE seducer
  • SEDUCER seductor
  • SEDUCTION seduction
  • SEDUCTIVE seductive
  • SEE-TO attender, occupar se de
  • SEE interj ecce!; n (eccl.) sede; v (use eyes) vider; (understand) comprender
  • SEED n (gentile.) semine; (of plants) grana; (within fruit) pepita; v granar; GROW TO - granar
  • SEEDLING juvene planta
  • SEEDY (unwell) indisposite; (poor) povre
  • SEEING THAT vidite que, viste que
  • SEEK cercar, perquirer, querer
  • SEEM parer, semblar, similar; IT -S TO ME il me pare/sembla
  • SEEMING apparente
  • SEEMINGLY apparentemente, in apparentia
  • SEEMLY convenibile, decente, decorose
  • SEEP filtrar, infiltrar se
  • SEEPAGE infiltration, perditas per intemperantia infiltration
  • SEER propheta, vidente
  • SEESAW n balanciatoria; v oscillar
  • SEETHE (boil) bullir; (fig.) agitar se, ferver
  • SEGMENT segmento
  • SEGREGATE segregar
  • SEGREGATION segregation
  • SEIZE-UP blocar (per friction e calor)
  • SEIZE (take) sasir, prender; (clutch) impugnar
  • SEIZURE (taking) sasimento, captura; (jur.) sequestration; (med.) attacco
  • SELDOM rarmente
  • SELECT adj selecte; v seliger, selectionar
  • SELECTION selection
  • SELECTIVE selective
  • SELF-ASSURANCE confidentia (in se mesme), disinvoltura
  • SELF-ASSURED confidente, disinvolte
  • SELF-AWARE conscie de se mesme
  • SELF-AWARENESS conscientia de se mesme
  • SELF-CENTRED egocentric
  • SELF-CONFIDENCE confidentia (in se mesme)
  • SELF-CONFIDENT confidente
  • SELF-CONSCIOUS embarassate, timide
  • SELF-CONTAINED independente
  • SELF-DEFENCE autodefensa, defensa legitime
  • SELF-DENIAL abnegation
  • SELF-DISCIPLINE *autodisciplina
  • SELF-DISCIPLINE autodiscipline
  • SELF-EMPLOYED independente
  • SELF-ESTEEM amor proprie
  • SELF-EXPRESSION expression personal
  • SELF-GOVERNMENT autonomia, independentia
  • SELF-INDULGENCE satisfaction egoistic de su appetitos,
  • SELF-INDULGENT qui se refusa nihil, intemperante
  • SELF-INTEREST interesse personal
  • SELF-P0SSESSED calme, composite, seren
  • SELF-PITY compassion excessive de se
  • SELF-PORTRAIT portrait del artist. per se mesme
  • SELF-RELIANT independente
  • SELF-RESPECT amor proprie, dignitate
  • SELF-RIGHTEOUS pharisaic
  • SELF-SACRIFICE abnegation, sacrificio de se
  • SELF-SATISFIED contente de se
  • SELF-SERVICE auto-servicio
  • SELF-SUFFICIENT independente
  • SELF-TAUGHT autodidacte
  • SELF-WILLED obstinate
  • SELF ego, individuo; see also MYSELF, YOURSELF, hIMSELF etc.
  • SELFISH egoistic, interessate
  • SELFISHNESS egoismo
  • SELFLESS altruistic, disinteressate
  • SELL-OFF liquidar
  • SELL-OUT abandonar
  • SELL-UP vender (toto)
  • SELL vender (se)
  • SELLING PRICE precio de vendita
  • SELLOTAPE banda adhesive
  • SEMANTIC semantic
  • SEMANTICS semantica
  • SEMAPHORE n semaphoro; v transmitter per semaphoro
  • SEMBLANCE similantia, semblantia
  • SEMEN semine
  • SEMESTER semestre
  • SEMIBREVE semibreve
  • SEMICIRCLE semicirculo
  • SEMICIRCULAR semicircular
  • SEMICOLON puncto e virgula
  • SEMICONSCIOUS *semiconsciente
  • SEMICONSONANT semiconsonante
  • SEMIDETACHED (casas) duple/gemine
  • SEMIFINAL *semifinal
  • SEMINAR seminario
  • SEMINARY seminario
  • SEMIPRECIOUS *semipreciose
  • SEMIQUAVER *semichroma
  • SEMOLINA *semolino
  • SENATE senato
  • SENATOR senator
  • SEND inviar, mandar, expedir; - AWAY inviar foras; - BACK *reinviar; - FOR (fetch) facer venir; (goods) commandar; - IN facer entrar;- OFF (letter) expedir; (player) expeller; (emit) emitter; - ON reexpedir; - OUT emitter, distribuer; - ROUND facer circular
  • SENDER expeditor
  • SENILE senil
  • SENILITY senilitate
  • SENIOR adj/n senior; JOHN SMITH - John Smith patre
  • SENIORITY ancianitate
  • SENSATION sensation
  • SENSATIONAL sensational
  • SENSATIONALISM sensationalismo
  • SENSATIONALIST sensationalista
  • SENSE n senso; v sensar; COMMON - senso commun, bon senso
  • SENSE OF HUMOUR senso del humor
  • SENSELESS (stupid) insensate; (unconscious) inconsciente
  • SENSIBILITY sensibilitate
  • SENSIBLE (reasonable) practic, rationabile, sensate; (perceptible) sensibile
  • SENSITIVE (tender) delicate, tenere; (readily affected) sensibile
  • SENSITIVITY sensibilitate
  • SENSUAL sensual, voluptuose
  • SENSUALITY sensualitate
  • SENSUOUS sybaritic, voluptuose
  • SENTENCE n (gram.) phrase; (judicial) judicamento, judicio; v sententiar
  • SENTIMENT sentimento
  • SENTIMENTAL sentimental
  • SENTIMENTALITY sentimentalitate
  • SENTRY *sentinella, guardia, faction; - BOX guarita
  • SEPARATE adj separate, distincte, independente; v (put apart) separar; (a couple) disaccopular
  • SEPARATION separation
  • SEPTEMBER septembre
  • SEPTET *septetto
  • SEPTIC septic
  • SEPULCHRE *sepulchro
  • SEQUEL (result) consequentia; (of story) continuation
  • SEQUENCE sequentia
  • SEQUIN *zecchino, dischetto brillante
  • SERENADE n serenada, v facer un serenada (a)
  • SERENE seren
  • SERENITY serenitate
  • SERF servo (del *gleba), villano
  • SERGEANT sergente; - MAJOR sergente-major
  • SERIAL adj serial; n (periodical) periodico; (story) romance serial
  • SERIALIZE publicar in partes
  • SERIES serie; IN - in serie
  • SERIOUS seriose, serie
  • SERIOUSNESS serio
  • SERMON predica, sermon
  • SERPENT serpente
  • SERRATED serrate
  • SERUM sero
  • SERVANT domestico, serviente, servitor
  • SERVE-AS servir de
  • SERVE (be of service) servir; (breeding) montar
  • SERVES-YOU-RIGHT vos ha ben meritate isto
  • SERVICE-STATION station de servicio
  • SERVICE n servicio; v mantener; CHURCH - servicio divin; TEA - servicio de the
  • SERVICEABLE servicial
  • SERVICEMAN militar
  • SERVIETTE servietta
  • SERVILE servil
  • SERVILITY servilitate
  • SERVING portion
  • SESSION session
  • SET-ABOUT (begin) comenciar, poner se a; (attack) attaccar
  • SET-AFIRE accender, incender
  • SET-ALIGHT accender, incender
  • SET-ALIGHT accender, incender
  • SET-BACK retardar
  • SET-OFF (show up) poner in relievo; (leave) partir
  • SET-OUT partir
  • SET-SAIL (literally) poner al vela; (depart) partir
  • SET-TO applicar se con vigor
  • SET-UP (establish) constituer, establir, instaurar; (machine) adjustar; (monument) eriger
  • SET-UPON attaccar
  • SET adj (fixed) fixe, immobile; (ready) preparate, preste; n (collection) collection, serie; (china) servicio; (golf clubs, etc.) joco; (kitchen utensils) batteria; (people) gruppo; (radio, TV) apparato; (tennis) *set; vt (place) collocar, mitter, poner, placiar, situar; (jewel) incastrar; (music) poner in musica; (a task, etc) assignar, prescriber; (type) componer; (a clock) regular; vi (jelly, etc) congelar se, solidificar se; (sun) poner se
  • SETBACK reverso
  • SETSQUARE esquadra
  • SETTEE *canape, divan, sofa
  • SETTING (arrangement) arrangiamento; (of jewel) incastratura; (of sun) poner; (theat.) scena
  • SETTLE vt (determine) arrangiar, decider, (account) saldar, pagar; (dispute, question) accommodar, componer, regular; vi establir se, stabilir se; - DOWN installar se; subsider; - UP regular contos
  • SETTLEMENT (colony) colonia; (of account) saldo; (of disagreement, etc.) decision, regulamento, resolution
  • SETTLER colono
  • SEVEN septe
  • SEVENTEEN dece-septe
  • SEVENTEENTH adj dece-septime
  • SEVENTH adj septime; n septimo
  • SEVENTIETH adj septantesime
  • SEVENTY septanta
  • SEVER (separate) divider, separar; (cut) secar; (relations) rumper
  • SEVERAL adj diverse, plure; pron alicunos, plures
  • SEVERE stricte, sever
  • SEVERITY severitate
  • SEW suer
  • SEWAGE aquas cloacal; - FARM station de purification; - SYSTEM canalisation, systema de cloacas
  • SEWER (civil eng.) cloaca; (person) suitor, suitrice
  • SEWING sutura; - MACHINE machina a suer
  • SEX (category; libido) sexo; (act) *coito
  • SEXTANT sextante
  • SEXTET sextetto
  • SEXTON sacrista, sacristano
  • SEXUAL sexual
  • SEXUALITY sexualitate
  • SEXY *sexy
  • SHABBY (in poor condition) mal vestite, de aspecto povre; (mean) meschin
  • SHACK cabana
  • SHACKLE n (on hand) manilla; (on foot) pedica; (fig.) impedimento; v incatenar
  • SHADE n (colour) tinta; (for lamp *paralumine; (nuance) nuance; (shadow) umbra; v umbrar; - OFF degradar
  • SHADING degradation, transformation gradual
  • SHADOW umbra; v (shade) umbrar; (follow) sequer
  • SHADOWY (dark) obscur; (vague) indistincte; (mysterious) mysteriose
  • SHADY (shaded) umbratile, umbrose; (of persons) suspecte, dishoneste
  • SHAFT (of column, tool) fuste, trunco; (of light) radio; (pit) puteo; (mech.) arbore
  • SHAGGY hirsute, pilose
  • SHAKE n succussa; vt agitar, succuter; vi tremer, trepidar; - HANDS stringer le manos; - OFF liberar se de; - UP agitar
  • SHAKING adj tremente, trepidante; n succussa, tremulamento, vacillation
  • SHAKY (shaking) tremulante, vacillante; (unstable, weak) insecur, instabile
  • SHALL (modal auxiliary) add suffix stressed -A to the infinitive: I GO io ira
  • SHALLOW adj (of water) pauco profunde; (fig.) legier, superficial; n basse fundo
  • SHAM adj false, fingite, simulate; n (imitation) imitation; (fraud) fraude, impostura; v finger, simular
  • SHAMBLE traher le pedes; -S (mess) scena de confusion, disordine
  • SHAME n vergonia; v avergoniar; WHAT A -! qual pena!
  • SHAMEFACED avergoniate, vergoniose
  • SHAMEFUL scandalose, vergoniose
  • SHAMELESS impudente
  • SHAMPOO n *shampoo, shampooing; v facer un *shampoo
  • SHAMROCK trifolio (de Irlanda)
  • SHANDY bibita componite de bira e limonada
  • SHANK (shaft) fuste; (leg) gamba
  • SHANTY (hut) cabana; (song) canto de marineros
  • SHAPE n figura, forma; v (form) formar, configurar, conformar; (cut) taliar
  • SHAPELESS informe
  • SHAPELY ben formate, elegante
  • SHARE-A-ROOM divider un camera (con un persona)
  • SHARE-CERTIFICATE certificato de actiones
  • SHARE-IN participar in, prender parte in
  • SHARE-OUT distribuer
  • SHARE n (what you put in) contribution, quota; (what you get out) parte, portion; (fin.) action; v (divide) divider; (have in common) posseder in commun; (use in common) usar in commun
  • SHAREHOLDER actionero
  • SHARK squalo
  • SHARP adj (cutting) affilate, trenchante; (pointed) acute; (of mind) astute, intelligente, penetrante; (of taste) acerbe, acre; (photog.) nette; adv al puncto; n (mus.) diese
  • SHARPEN (make sharp) affilar, acutiar; (pencil) appunctar
  • SHARPNESS acuitate
  • SHARPNESS acutessa
  • SHATTER vt (smash) fracassar; (fig.) pulverisar; vi fracassar se
  • SHAVE n rasura; v rasar (se)
  • SHAVING rasura; - BRUSH brossa de rasar; - CREAM crema de rasar
  • SHAWL chal
  • SHE illa
  • SHEAF fasce
  • SHEAR vt tonder; vi rumper se; -S cisorios
  • SHEATH (anat., bot., zool.) theca; (for sword) vaina
  • SHEATHE invainar
  • SHED n barraca, cabana; v (blood) effunder, *versar; (leaves) perder
  • SHEEN lustro
  • SHEEP ove
  • SHEEPDOG can de pastor
  • SHEEPISH timide, vergoniose
  • SHEEPSKIN pelle de ove
  • SHEER-OFF deviar
  • SHEER adj (pure) absolute, pur; (of cloth) diaphane; adv verticalmente; BY - FORCE de vive fortia
  • SHEET-METAL latta
  • SHEET (for bed) drappo de lecto; (of metal) lamina, platta; (of paper) folio
  • SHEIKH *sheik
  • SHELF ( ledge) planca; (sandbank) sicca
  • SHELL n (gentile.) scalia; (mil.) granata; (seashell) concha; (of crab) *carapace; (fig.) *carcassa; v (remove shell) disgranar, enuclear, scaliar; (mil.) bombardar
  • SHELLAC gumma lacca
  • SHELLFISH crustaceo, mollusco
  • SHELTER n (refuge) refugio; (protection) protection; (lodging) albergo; v (lodge) albergar (se); (protect) proteger se
  • SHELVE vt (books, etc) mitter sur plancas; (delay) ajornar, remitter indefinitemente; vi (slope) formar *declivitate, inclinar se
  • SHELVING adj inclinate; n (boards) plancage; (delay) ajornamento
  • SHEPHERD n pastor; v guidar
  • SHERBET *sorbet
  • SHERIFF *sheriff
  • SHERRY ( vino de) Jerez, *sherry
  • SHIELD n (war; heraldry) scuto; (fig.) protection; v (protect) proteger; (industr.) *blindar
  • SHIFT n (change) cambiamento; (industr.) torno; (trick) expediente; v (transfer) cambiar (de sito), displaciar, transferer; (get rid of) eliminar; vi cambiar, mover se, transferer se, - KEY clave majusculas
  • SHIFTLESS inefficace, pigre, sin energia
  • SHIFTWORK travalio per tornos
  • SHIFTY dishoneste, furtive
  • SHIMMER n lucentia tremulante; v lucer, relucer, scintillar
  • SHIN (anat.) parte anterior del tibia; (meat) garretto; v montar con manos e gambas
  • SHINE n fulgiditate, lucentia; vi brillar, relucer; vt facer brillar, lustrar
  • SHINGLE (stone) calculo; (tile) tegula de ligno; -S (med.) herpete
  • SHINING brillante, lucente, lustrose
  • SHINY lucente
  • SHIP-OWNER armator
  • SHIP n nave, vascello; v (embark) imbarcar; (send) expedir, inviar
  • SHIPBUILDER constructor de naves
  • SHIPBUILDING construction naval
  • SHIPMENT (embarkation) imbarcamento; (goods) cargo
  • SHIPOWNER I armator
  • SHIPPING-OFFICE agentia de navigation, messageria
  • SHIPPING ( transport) imbaroamento; (ships) naves
  • SHIPSHAPE in bon ordine
  • SHIPWRECK naufragio
  • SHIPWRECKED naufrage; BE naufragar
  • SHIPYARD *cantier naval, sito de constructiones naval
  • SHIRE contato
  • SHIRK vt eluder, evitar; vi negliger su deberes
  • SHIRT camisa; IN - SLEEVES in manicas de camisa
  • SHIVER n fremito; v fremer, tremer
  • SHOAL (shallow point) bancn, basse fundo; (of fish) banco
  • SHOCK ABSORBER amortisator
  • SHOCK n (gentile., med.) choc; v (gentile., med.) choccar; (offend) scandalisar; ELECTRIC - succussa electric; - ABSORBER *amortisator
  • SHOCKING choccante, shocking
  • SHODDY adj inferior, mal facite; n lana regenerate
  • SHOE n calceo, scarpa; v ferrar (un cavallo)
  • SHOEHORN calceator
  • SHOELACE cordon de scarpas
  • SHOEMAKER bottinero, scarpero
  • SHOEPOLISH cera de scarpas
  • SHOESHOP boteca de calceos/scarpas, *scarperia
  • SHOESTRING = SHOELACE
  • SHOO! va!; - AWAY chassar
  • SHOOT n (bot.) planton; (sport) partita de chassa; vt (execute) fusilar; (film) filmar; (a gun) discargar, tirar; (kill) occider; (a projectile) lancear; vi (dash) lancear se, precipitar; (football) tirar a goal; - DOWN abatter; - UP montar rapidemente
  • SHOOTING (firing) tiro; (sport) chassa
  • SHOP n (small) boteca; (store) magazin; (industr.) officina; v facer compras/emptiones; CLOSED - officina clause; TALK - parlar del mestiero; - ASSISTANT (masc.) venditor; (fem.) venditrice; - FLOOR fabrica; - STEWARD delegato syndical
  • SHOPKEEPER botechero, negotiante
  • SHOPLIFTER fur de magazines
  • SHOPLIFTING furto de magazines
  • SHOPPER *comprator
  • SHOPPING (act) le *comprar in botecas; (goods) *compras, acquisitiones; GO - facer *comprar; - BAG sacco a provisiones; - CENTRE zona commercial
  • SHOPWINDOW vitrina
  • SHORE-UP appoiar
  • SHORE n (coast) costa, litore; (bank) ripa; (prop) appoio
  • SHORT-CIRCUIT n curte circuito; v curte-circuitar
  • SHORT-SIGHTED (lit. and fig.) myope
  • SHORT-SIGHTEDNESS (lit. and fig.) myopia
  • SHORT-TEMPERED irritabile, brusc
  • SHORT-TERM a termino curte
  • SHORT adj (not long) breve, curte; (insufficient) insufficiente; (rude) brusc; (small) de parve statura; adv bruscamente; IN - al fin, in summa; - CUT via directissime; - STORY conto, novella; - WAVES undas curte
  • SHORTAGE carentia, insufficientia
  • SHORTCOMING defecto, imperfection
  • SHORTEN abbreviar, accurtar, curtar
  • SHORTFALL deficit
  • SHORTHAND stenographia; WRITE - stenographiar; - TYPIST *stenodactylographa
  • SHORTHANDED curte de personal
  • SHORTLIVED de breve duration
  • SHORTLY in pauco, proximemente
  • SHORTS (underpants) calceones; (short trousers) pantalones curte
  • SHOT (action of shooting) tiro; (bullet) balla; (lead) plumbo; (person) tirator; (stroke) colpo; (snap) photo; (cinema) sequentia (filmic)
  • SHOTGUN fusil de chassa
  • SHOULD deberea (followed by infin.)
  • SHOULDER-BLADE omoplate, scapula
  • SHOULDER n humero, spatula; (carry) portar super le spatula; (push) pulsar con le spatulas; (fig.) cargar se de
  • SHOUT n clamor, crito; v critar
  • SHOVE n pulsata; v pulsar
  • SHOVEL n (large) pala; (small) paletta, v mover con pala
  • SHOW n (appearance) apparentia, semblantia; (display) monstra; (exhibition) exposition; (pomp) pompa; (theat.) spectaculo; vt (manifest) monstrar; (exhibit) exponer; (indicate) indicar; (prove) demonstrar; (reveal) revelar; (a film) projectar; vi monstrar se, revelar se; - BUSINESS mundo del spectaculo; - OFF ostentar, paradar; - THROUGH transparer; - UP revelar (se)
  • SHOW-JUMPING concurso hippic
  • SHOWCASE monstra, vitrina
  • SHOWDOWN confrontation, momento decisive
  • SHOWER n (of rain) pluvia (passager); (toilet) ducha; v inundar
  • SHOWERPROOF impermeabile, a proba de pluvia
  • SHOWMANSHIP talento de organisar spectaculos; capacitate propagandistic
  • SHOWPLACE attraction, centro touristic
  • SHOWROOM sala/salon de exposition
  • SHOWY ostentatiose, pretentiose
  • SHRED n fragmento, retalio; v lacerar
  • SHREW (zool.) musaranea; (fig.) viragine
  • SHREWD astute, perspicace
  • SHREWDNESS perspicacitate, sagacitate
  • SHRIEK n crito acute; v critar
  • SHRILL acute, argute
  • SHRIMP crangon
  • SHRINE (reliquary) reliquario; (tomb) tumba de un sancto; (altar, chapel) altar o cappella (consacrate a un sancto)
  • SHRINK-FROM (be repulsed) sentir repugnantia a; (not fear) repugnar a
  • SHRINK contracter (se); - LACK recular
  • SHRIVEL vt corrugar, crispar; vi corrugar se, marcer, marcescer
  • SHROUD n sudario; v inveloppar, velar (in un sudario)
  • SHROVE TUESDAY Quinquagesima, martedi del carneval
  • SHRUB arbusto
  • SHRUBBERY plantation de arbustos, *arbusteto
  • SHRUG altiar (le spatulas/humeros)
  • SHUDDER n (of human) fremito (de horror); (of vehicle, etc.) vibration; v (of human) fremer (de horror); (of vehicle, etc.) vibrar
  • SHUFFLE-OFF liberar se de
  • SHUFFLE vi ir trainante le pedes; vt miscer (cartas)
  • SHUN evitar
  • SHUNT n (elec.) derivation, shunt; v facer le manovra de, manovrar
  • SHUT-DOWN clauder (se)
  • SHUT-IN recluder
  • SHUT-OFF interrumper, isolar, separar
  • SHUT-OUT excluder
  • SHUT-UP interj tace!; v (confine) confinar, recluder
  • SHUT adj clause; v clauder (se)
  • SHUTTER (of a window) persiana; (photog.)*obturator
  • SHUTTLECOCK volante
  • SHY adj timide, diffidente, reservate; v lanciar
  • SHYNESS timiditate, diffident
  • SICILIAN adj sicilian; n sicil
  • SICILY Sicilia
  • SICK malade; BE - (ill) esser malade; (vomit) vomir; FEEL - nausear
  • SICKEN vt disgustar, repugnar; vi cader malade
  • SICKENING disgustose, nauseabunde
  • SICKLE falce
  • SICKLY (weak) debile, infirme; (pale) pallide; (nausea.ing) nauseabunde
  • SICKNESS maladia
  • SIDE-EFFECT effecto secundari
  • SIDE-ROAD cammino lateral
  • SIDE-WITH prender le parte de
  • SIDE adj (lateral) lateral; (secondary) secundari; n (anat., edge) latere; (flank) flanco; (in dispute) parte; (of gramophone record) facie; ON THE FARTHER - trans, ultra
  • SIDEBOARD buffet, credentia
  • SIDEBURNS barbas lateral
  • SIDECAR *sidecar
  • SIDELIGHT (of car, etc.) lumine lateral; (extra information) information incidental
  • SIDELINE activitate secundari
  • SIDELONG lateral, oblique
  • SIDESHOW (spectacle) spectaculo; (sideline) cosa secundari
  • SIDETRACK disviar del question principal
  • SIDEWALK trottoir
  • SIDEWAYS lateralmente, obliquemente
  • SIDING via de parcamento
  • SIEGE assedio
  • SIESTA siesta
  • SIEVE n cribro, setasso; v (= SIFT) SIFT (in a sieve) cribrar, passar per un cribro, setassar; (evidence) examinar minutiosemente
  • SIGH n suspiro; v suspirar
  • SIGHT n (view) vista; (of gun) mira; v apperciper, observar; AT - a prime vista; CATCH - OF intervider; LOSE - OF perder de vista; OUT OF - invisibile
  • SIGHTED vidente
  • SIGHTREAD leger a prime vista
  • SIGHTSEEING tourismo; GO - visitar le monumentos
  • SIGN-LANGUAGE mimica
  • SIGN n (symbol, gesture) signo; (indication) indicio; (trace) tracia, vestigio; (omen) augurio; (of shop or inn) insignia; (on road) indicator; v signar
  • SIGNAL adj notabile; n signal; v signalar; - BOX cabina de signales
  • SIGNALMAN signalator
  • SIGNATURE signatura
  • SIGNIFICANCE significantia
  • SIGNIFICANT significante
  • SIGNIFICATION signification
  • SIGNIFY significar, voler dicer
  • SIGNPOST indicator (stratal)
  • SIGNWRITER pictor de litteras
  • SILENCE n silentio; v silentiar
  • SILENCER silentiator
  • SILENT mute, silente; BE tacer
  • SILHOUETTE n silhouette; v silhouettar
  • SILK adj de seta; n seta
  • SILKWORM larva de seta
  • SILKY setose
  • SILL (threshold) limine; (of window) tabula
  • SILLY fatue, stupide
  • SILO silo
  • SILT insablamento, sedimento; - UP insablar (se)
  • SILVER adj (made of silver) de argento; (in colour) argentee; n argento; v argentar; - PAPER folio de stanno; - WEDDING nuptias de argento
  • SIMILAR similar, simile
  • SIMILARITY similaritate
  • SIMILARLY de modo similar
  • SIMILE simile
  • SIMMER vt estufar; vi subbullir; - DOWN calmar se
  • SIMPER parlar/surrider in modo affectate
  • SIMPLE-MINDED ingenue, naive
  • SIMPLE adj (not double, not complicated) simple, simplice; (easy) facile
  • SIMPLICITY simplicitate
  • SIMPLIFICATION simplification
  • SIMPLIFY simplificar
  • SIMPLY simplemente; (quite) completemente, toto
  • SIMULATE finger, simular
  • SIMULATION simulation
  • SIMULTANEOUS simultanee
  • SIN n peccato; v peccar
  • SINCE adv postea; conj-(time) post que; (reason) proque; prep depost
  • SINCERE sincer
  • SINCERITY sinceritate
  • SINEW (anat.) tendine; (fig.) nervo
  • SINEWY (anat.) tendinose; (fig.) musculose, nervose
  • SINFUL *peccaminose
  • SING cantar
  • SINGE adurer (se)
  • SINGER cantator; (fem.) cantatrice
  • SINGLE-HANDED sin adjuta
  • SINGLE-MINDED resolute
  • SINGLE-OUT individuar, seliger
  • SINGLE-ROOM camera con un lecto
  • SINGLE-TRACK de via unic
  • SINGLE singule, sol; (not married) celibe
  • SINGLET subcamisa
  • SINGLY individualmente, separatemente
  • SINGULAR adj singular; n numero singular
  • SINGULARITY singularitate
  • SINGULARLY singularmente
  • SINISTER sinistre
  • SINK n lava-plattos; vt (a ship) *affundar; (dig) excavar; (differences) supprimer; vi (droop) clinar, declinar; (of ship) *affundar se, ir al fundo
  • SINK v. affundar (se)
  • SINNER peccator
  • SINUS sino, sinus
  • SIP sorber
  • SIPHON siphon
  • SIR (mister) senior; (title) Sir
  • SIREN sirena
  • SIRLOIN lumbo de bove
  • SISTER-IN-LAW soror affin
  • SISTER soror
  • SIT-DOWN seder se
  • SIT-OUT (a dance) restar sedite durante
  • SIT-UP tener se erecte
  • SIT (be seated) seder, esser sedite; (parl. etc.) esser in session
  • SITE n implaciamento, sito; v situar; BUILDING - *cantier de construction, terreno a construer
  • SITTING-ROOM salon
  • SITTING adj sedente; n session
  • SITUATED site, situate
  • SITUATION (place, condition) situation; (job) posto
  • SIX sex
  • SIXTEEN dece-sex
  • SIXTEENTH adj dece-sexte; n dece-sexto
  • SIXTH adj sexte; n (fraction) sexto; (mus.) sexta
  • SIXTIETH adj sexantesime; n sexantesimo
  • SIXTY sexanta
  • SIZE n (dimension) dimension, grandor; (com.) numero; (of garment) talia; (techn.) appresto, colla; v classificar per dimension; (techn.) apprestar, collar; - UP mesurar le capacitate de
  • SIZEABLE satis grande
  • SIZZLE crepitar
  • SKATE n (for sport) patin; (fish) *raia; v patinar; ROLLER - patin de rotas
  • SKATER patinator
  • SKATING patinage; - RINK pista de patinage
  • SKELETON skeleto, ossatura; - KEY false clave; - STAFF personal reducite
  • SKEPTIC(AL) = SCEPTIC(AL)
  • SKETCH n schizzo, designo; v schizzar, designar
  • SKETCHOOOK album de schizzos
  • SKETCHY incomplete, superficial
  • SKEWER *spito
  • SKI-LIFT telephero de ski, *teleski
  • SKI n ski; v skiar
  • SKID n (slide) patin; (action) *derapage; v *derapar
  • SKIFF *skiff
  • SKIING le skiar
  • SKILL habilitate
  • SKILLED experte, habile; - WORKER obrero specialisate
  • SKILLFUL habile, dextre
  • SKIM-THROUGH examinar superficialmente
  • SKIM vt scumar; vi passar al superficio, slissar
  • SKIMMED MILK lacte disbutyrate
  • SKIMP facer economias
  • SKIMPY magre, parsimoniose
  • SKIN-DEEP superficial
  • SKIN-DISEASE maladia cutanee
  • SKIN-DIVING exploration submarin autonome, pisca submarin
  • SKIN-TIGHT adherente
  • SKIN n (anat.) cute, pelle; (fig.) crusta, pellicula; v pellar, spoliar
  • SKINNY discarnate, magre
  • SKIP n (gambol) gambada; (basket) corbe; (container) cupa; vt omitter, saltar; vi gambadar, saltar (al corda)
  • SKIPPER (captain) capitano, patron; (fig.) chef
  • SKIRMISH n scaramucia; v scaramuciar
  • SKIRT n gonna; v costear
  • SKIRTING BOARD socculo de ligno
  • SKIT parodia, satira
  • SKITTISH capriciose, coquette
  • SKITTLE quillia
  • SKULK mover se furtivemente
  • SKULL cranio
  • SKUNK *moffetta
  • SKY-BLUE azur celeste
  • SKY-HIGH al nubes
  • SKY celo
  • SKYLARK n aloda, aloda campestre; v facer stupiditates, *farsar,
  • SKYLIGHT (in roof) quadro vitrate (in le tecto); (projecting) lanterna
  • SKYLINE linea del horizonte
  • SKYSCRAPER grattacelo
  • SLAB tabula
  • SLACK adi (of rope) laxe, sin tension; (of person) negligente, inerte; (of trade) languide, sin activitate; n (coal) pulvere de carbon; v negliger su labor; -S pantalones (de femina)
  • SLACKEN vt (loosen) disserrar, laxar; (slow down) relentar; vi relentar se
  • SLACKNESS (of rope) manco de tension; (of person) negligentia
  • SLALOM *slalom
  • SLAM n (cards) *slam; v clauder (se) con ruito
  • SLANDER n calumnia, diffamation; v calumniar, diffamar
  • SLANDEROUS calumniose, diffamatori
  • SLANG n argot, *slang; v injuriar
  • SLANT n (slope) inclination; (point of view) puncto de vista; vi inclinar; vt modificar
  • SLANTED tendentiose
  • SLANTING oblique
  • SLAP n colpo de palma; v colpar con le palma
  • SLAPDASH impetuose, mal facite
  • SLAPSTICK buffoneria
  • SLASH n colpo de sabla; v sablar
  • SLAT lamina
  • SLATE n ardesia; v (criticize) criticar severmente; (pol.) inscriber
  • SLAUGHTER n (of animals) macellamento; tof people) carnage, massacro; v (animals) macellar; (people) massacrar
  • SLAUGHTERHOUSE abattitorio
  • SLAVE n (masc. and gentile.) sclavo, servo; (fem.) sclava, serva; v travaliar como un sclavo
  • SLAVERY sclavitude, servitude
  • SLAVISH servil
  • SLEAZY de mal fama
  • SLEDGE slitta, traha
  • SLEDGEHAMMER malleo, massa
  • SLEEK lisie
  • SLEEP-WALKING somnambulismo
  • SLEEP n somno; v dormir; GO TO - addormir se; PUT TO - sopir
  • SLEEPER (person) dormiente; (beam) transversa
  • SLEEPING-BAG sacco de dormir
  • SLEEPING-CAR wagon-lectos
  • SLEEPING-PARTNER socio *commanditari
  • SLEEPING-PILL somnifero
  • SLEEPING-SICKNESS morbo del somno
  • SLEEPING adj dormiente; n dormir, dormition
  • SLEEPING CAR wagon lectos
  • SLEEPLESS insomne
  • SLEEPLESSNESS insomnia
  • SLEEPY somnolente; FEEL - haber somno
  • SLEET n nive miscite con pluvia; v nivar e pluver
  • SLEEVE manica
  • SLEIGH slitta, traha
  • SLEIGHT-OF-HAND prestidigitation
  • SLENDER gracile, svelte, tenue
  • SLICE n trencho; v trenchar
  • SLICK adj astute, habile; n massa flottante (de petroleo)
  • SLIDE-RULE regula de calculo
  • SLIDE n (action) glissamento; (track) pista descendente; (microscope) porta-objecto; (photog.) diapositiva; v glissar
  • SLIDING-SCALE scala mobile
  • SLIDING-SCALE scala mobile
  • SLIDING glissante
  • SLIGHT adj (slim) svelte, tenue; (trivial) legier, superficial; (weak) delicate, fragile; n affronto; v depreciar, disdignar
  • SLIGHTLY legiermente, un pauc
  • SLIM adj (slender) gracile, svelte; (resources) insufficiente; v sequer un regime attenuante
  • SLIME (mire) *limo; (mud) fango; (on fish) humor viscose
  • SLIMY *limose, viscose, coperite de *limo
  • SLING n (weapon) funda; (med.) bandage fundiforme; (for hoisting) *sling; v (use weapon) fundar; (throw) jectar, lanciar; (hang) suspender
  • SLINK ir furtivemente
  • SLIP-UP committer un error
  • SLIP n (error) error, lapso; (slide) glissada, glissamento; (dress) subgonella; (paper) scheda, schedula; vi glissar; facer passo false; vt insinuar, introducer, passar
  • SLIPPER (footwear) pantofla; (techn.) calceo, patin
  • SLIPPERY lubric
  • SLIT n fissura, incision; v finder, facer un incision
  • SLOBBER *bavar, salivar
  • SLOE prunella
  • SLOG n labor ingrate; v laborar tenacemente
  • SLOGAN devisa publicitari, slogan
  • SLOP disbordar
  • SLOPE n (slant) inclination; (of hill) costa, scarpa; (downward) declination; (upward) montata; vi (slant) inclinar; (down) declinar; (up) montar; vt scarpar
  • SLOPPY (in consistency) semiliquide; (careless) pauco systematic; (sentimental) sentimental
  • SLOT-MACHINE venditor automatic
  • SLOT n cannellatura, fissura; v cannellar; - IN incastrar (un pecia) in le cannellatura (de un altere pecia)
  • SLOTH (idleness) indolentia, pigressa; (zool.) *bradypo
  • SLOUCH (sit) seder pigremente; (droop) pender negligentemente
  • SLOVENLY negligente
  • SLOW-DOWN *decelerar (se), relentar (se)
  • SLOW (not fast) lente; (of intellect) obtuse, phlegmatic; (of clock) in retardo
  • SLOWLY lentemente
  • SLUDGE (mud) fango; (oil) residuo viscose
  • SLUG limace
  • SLUGGISH phlegmatic, torpide; BE - torper
  • SLUICE esclusa
  • SLUM (area) quartiero basse; (building) habitation inferior
  • SLUMBER n somno; v dormir
  • SLUMP n depression (economic), collapso de precios; v cader
  • SLUR n (insult) affronto, calumnia; (mus.) ligatura; v pronunciar indistinctemente; - OVER passar in silentio super
  • SLUSH (mud) fango; (snow) nive semifundite; (fig.) sentimentalitate
  • SLUT femina immodeste/negligente
  • SLY (wily) astute; (arch) maliciose; (furtive) furtive
  • SMACK-OF redoler de
  • SMACK adv directemente; n (boat) barca de pisca; (blow) colpo de palma; (taste) sapor, tracia; v colpar con le palma
  • SMALL-CAKE pastisseria
  • SMALL-LETTERS minusculos
  • SMALL-MINDED meschin
  • SMALL-TALK conversation trivial, conversation de societate
  • SMALL (little) parve, minute; (very small) insignificante, minuscule, pusille; (of stocks, etc.) exigue, restricte; OF-SMALL-IMPORTANCE de pauc importantia
  • SMALLER minor, plus parve
  • SMALLHOLDING parve ferma
  • SMALLPOX variola
  • SMART adj (elegant) chic, elegante; (clever) astute, intelligente; v (hurt) doler; (sting) piccar
  • SMARTEN imbellir, animar
  • SMARTNESS (appearance) chic, elegantia; (cleverness) intelligentia
  • SMASH n (noise) fracasso; (fin.) crac, *crash; (collision) collision; vt (destroy) annihilar, destruer; (strike) colpar violentemente; (break in pieces) fracassar; vi rumper
  • SMATTERING cognoscentia superficial
  • SMEAR n (stain) macula; (on character) calumnia; (med.) *frottis; v (mark) macular; (spread) linir
  • SMELL n (gentile.) odor; (pleasant) perfumo; (sense of smell) olfaction; vt olfacer; vi (gentile.) odorar, oler; (pleasant) fragrar; - OF redoler de
  • SMELLY de mal odor, *fetide
  • SMELT funder
  • SMELTING fusion
  • SMILE n surriso; v surrider
  • SMIRCH macular
  • SMIRK surriso affectate
  • SMITH ferrero
  • SMITHEREENS fragmentos, peciettas
  • SMITHY forgia, ferreria
  • SMO(U)LDER arder sin flamma
  • SMOCK blusa
  • SMOG nebula fumose
  • SMOKE n fumo; v (all senses) fumar
  • SMOKER fumator
  • SMOKING le fumar
  • SMOKY fumose
  • SMOOTH-OUT explanar
  • SMOOTH adj (even) lisie, unite; (of speech) blande; v applanar, lisiar
  • SMOTHER suffocar
  • SMUDGE n macula; v macular
  • SMUG satisfacte de se, complacente
  • SMUGGLE contrabandar, facer le contrabando
  • SMUGGLER contrabandero
  • SMUGGLING contrabando
  • SMUT (soot) macula de fuligine; (fig.) obscenitates
  • SMUTTY (sooty) fuliginose; (fig.) obscen
  • SNACK-BAR buffet
  • SNACK reoasto legier
  • SNAG difficultate, obstaculo
  • SNAIL limace
  • SNAKE serpente
  • SNAP-AT (bite) tentar morder; (retort) dicer bruscamente
  • SNAP-DECISION decision instantanee
  • SNAP n (bite) colpo de dentes; (break) ruptura; (life) animo, energia; (period) periodo; (photo) photo; v (bite) morder; (break) rumper; (retort) bruscar, dicer bruscamente
  • SNAPDRAGON antirrhino
  • SNAPPY (nasty) brusc, irritabile; (full of snap) energic, rapide
  • SNAPSHOT photo
  • SNARE n insidia, pedica, trappa; v trappar
  • SNARL n murmure irritabile; v murmurar e monstrar le dentes; - UP imbroliar (se), intricar (see SNATCH) n prisa violente; v prender/sasir con violentia
  • SNEAK n persona vil; v ir furtivemente
  • SNEAKERS scarpas de gymnastica
  • SNEAKING furtive, secrete
  • SNEER n surriso de derision; v derider, surrider sarcasticamente
  • SNEEZE n sternutamento; v sternutar
  • SNICKER n riso basse; v rider basso
  • SNIFF aspirar (ruitosemente) con le nares
  • SNIGGER n riso basse; v rider basso
  • SNIP taliar con le cisorios
  • SNIPER tirator imboscate
  • SNIPPET fragmento, pecietta, extracto
  • SNIVEL lamentar
  • SNOB snob
  • SNOBBERY snobismo
  • SNOOP investigar celatemente
  • SNOOZE n somno breve, siesta; v dormir brevemente, prender un siesta
  • SNORE n ronco; v roncar
  • SNORKEL *snorkel, masca/tubo de respiration submarin
  • SNORT n expiration ruitose; v expirar ruitosemente, roncar
  • SNOUT muso
  • SNOW-COVERED coperite de nive, nivate
  • SNOW n nive; v nivar
  • SNOWDRIFT cumulo de nive
  • SNOWDROP Galanthus nivalis
  • SNOWFALL n balla de nive; v augmentar progressivemente
  • SNOWFLAKE flocco de nive
  • SNOWMAN homine de nive
  • SNOWPLOUGH aratro a nive, *arietanive, *removenive
  • SNOWPLOW aratro a nive, *arietanive, *removenive
  • SNOWSTORM tempesta de nive
  • SNUB n *rebuffo humiliante; v *rebuffar
  • SNUBNOSED con naso platte
  • SNUFF-OUT extinguer
  • SNUFF tabaco in pulvere
  • SNUFFLE respirar con ruito
  • SNUG commode, confortabile
  • SNUGGLE accommodar se
  • SO-AND-SO un tal
  • SO-AS TO a fin de
  • SO-CALLED si-nominate
  • SO-DO WE anque nos
  • SO-MANY tante
  • SO-MUCH tante; adv tanto
  • SO-SO adj passabile; adv assi assi, *passabilemente
  • SO-THAT (purpose) a fin que; (result) de sorta que
  • SO-WHAT? e alora?
  • SO adv (accordingly, thus) assi, talmente; (qualifying adjective or adverb) si, tanto; conj (therefore) dunque; AND - ON et cetera
  • SOAK-THROUGH penetrar
  • SOAK-UP absorber, imbiber
  • SOAK n banio; v (a porous article) baniar; (a liquid) imbiber; (saturate) saturar
  • SOAP-FLAKES floccos de sapon
  • SOAP-POWDER sapon in pulvere
  • SOAP n sapon; v saponar
  • SOAR (rise up) montar, partir in volo; (of tower, etc.) elevar se
  • SOB n singulto; v singultar
  • SOBER-DOWN calmar se
  • SOBER-UP *disinebriar (se)
  • SOBER (sedate) sobrie; (not drunk) non inebriate
  • SOCCER football (anglese)
  • SOCIABLE sociabile, affabile
  • SOCIAL-WELFARE assistentia social
  • SOCIAL social
  • SOCIALISM socialismo
  • SOCIALIST adj/n socialista
  • SOCIETY societate
  • SOCIOLOGY sociologia
  • SOCK n calcetta; v colpar
  • SOCKET (cavity) cavo, calceolo; (of tooth) alveolo; (electric) prisa (de currente); EYE - orbita
  • SOD pecia de turfa
  • SODA-WATER aqua de seltz, soda
  • SODA soda
  • SODDEN saturate
  • SODIUM natrium, sodium
  • SODOMY sodomia
  • SOFA sofa
  • SOFT-HEARTED compatiente, a corde tenere
  • SOFT (not hard) molle; (mild) blande, dulce; (of colours) morbide; (of drinks) non-alcoholic; (silly) imbecille, stupide
  • SOFTEN vt amollir, ablandar; vi mollir
  • SOFTLY in voce basse, dulcemente
  • SOFTNESS mollessa
  • SOGGY saturate
  • SOIL n solo, terreno; v polluer
  • SOL-FA n solmisation; v solmisar
  • SOLACE consolation
  • SOLAR-PLEXUS plexo solar
  • SOLAR-SYSTEM systema solar
  • SOLAR solar
  • SOLDER n soldatura; v soldar
  • SOLDERING-IRON ferro a soldar
  • SOLDERING n soldatura
  • SOLDIER-ON laborar con assiduitate
  • SOLDIER soldato, militar
  • SOLDIERLYOF u
  • SOLE adj sol, unic; n (of foot) planta; (of shoe; fish) solea; v solear
  • SOLEMN solemne, grave
  • SOLEMNITY solemnitate
  • SOLEMNIZE solemnisar
  • SOLENOID *solenoide
  • SOLICIT sollicitar
  • SOLICITOR advocato, notario
  • SOLID adj solide; n *solido
  • SOLIDARITY solidaritate
  • SOLIDIFY solidificar
  • SOLILOQUY soliloquio
  • SOLITARY solitari, isolate
  • SOLITUDE solitude
  • SOLO solo
  • SOLOIST solista
  • SOLSTICE solstitio
  • SOLUBILITY solubilitate
  • SOLUBLE solubile
  • SOLUTION solution
  • SOLVE solver, resolver
  • SOLVENT adj/n dissolvente, solvente
  • SOMBER = SOMBRE
  • SOMBRE (dark) obscur; (sad) melancholic, triste
  • SOME adj al(i)cun, qualque; (partitive) un pauc de; (intensive) nonnulle, un belle; adv circa; pron alicunos
  • SOMEBODY al(i)cuno
  • SOMEHOW de un modo o un altere
  • SOMEONE al(i)cuno
  • SOMERSAULT n salto mortal; v facer un salto mortal
  • SOMETHING-ELSE un altere cosa
  • SOMETHING-LIKE un belle, un ver
  • SOMETHING-OVER plus de
  • SOMETHING al(i)cun cosa, alique, qualcosa
  • SOMETIME aliquando
  • SOMETIMES al(i)cun vices, de tempore in tempore
  • SOMEWHAT aliquanto, alique, satis
  • SOMEWHERE alicubi, in al(i)cun parte, a/in qualque parte
  • SON-IN-LAW filio affin
  • SON filio
  • SONATA sonata
  • SONG canto
  • SONIC-BOOM explosion *sonic
  • SONIC *sonic
  • SONNET sonetto
  • SONOROUS sonor
  • SOON tosto, proximemente; AS - AS si tosto que
  • SOONER-OR-LATER tosto o tarde
  • SOONER plus tosto; THE - THE BETTER le plus tosto serea le melior
  • SOOT fuligine
  • SOOTHE calmar, appaciar, tranquillisar
  • SOOTHING calmante, appaciante
  • SOOTY fuliginose
  • SOP dono propitiatori
  • SOPHISTICATED (worldly, of society) mundan; (complex) complexe, intricate
  • SOPHISTICATION mundanitate, saper-viver
  • SOPRANO soprano
  • SORCERER incantator, mago
  • SORCERESS incantatrice
  • SORCERY magia
  • SORDID miserabile, *sordide, vil
  • SORDIDNESS *sordidessa, vilitate
  • SORE adj (painful) dolorose; (inflamed) inflammate; n plaga, ulcere; I HAVE A - THROAT me dole le gorga, io ha mal de gorga, io ha tracheitis
  • SORENESS dolor
  • SORROW dolo, affliction, tristessa
  • SORROWFUL dolorose, triste
  • SORRY adj desolate, dolente, repentente; (of excuse) meschin, miserabile, triste; pardono!; BE - (FOR) doler se (de), regretar
  • SORT n genere, sorta, specie; v assortir; NUT OF -S indisposite
  • SOU'WESTER cappello impermeabile
  • SOUFFLE souffle
  • SOUL-DESTROYING totalmente disproviste de interesse, monotone
  • SOUL anima; NOT A - nemo
  • SOULFUL sentimental
  • SOUND-TRACK banda sonor, *phonobanda
  • SOUND-WAVE unda sonor
  • SOUND adj (healthy) san; (firm) solide; (of sleep) profunde; n (noise) sono; (geog.) stricto; (med.) sonda; v sonar; (naut.) sondar
  • SOUNDPROOF *insonor, isolate acusticamente
  • SOUP suppa; CLEAR - consomme
  • SOUR adj (bitter) acerbe, acide, acre; (of milk) acide, rancide; TURN - rancer
  • SOURCE (of river, etc.) fonte; (fig.) origine
  • SOUSE (marinate) marinar; (fig.) immerger
  • SOUTH-AFRICA Africa del Sud
  • SOUTH-AFRICAN adj sudafrican; n sudafricano
  • SOUTH-AMERICA America del Sud
  • SOUTH-AMERICAN adj sudamerican; n sudamericano
  • SOUTH-AUSTRALIA Australia del Sud; Australia del Meridional
  • SOUTH-EAST adj del sud-est; n sud-est
  • SOUTH-POLE polo sud
  • SOUTH-WEST adj del sud-west; n sud-west
  • SOUTH adj del sud; n sud
  • SOUTHERLY adj del sud; adv al sud
  • SOUTHERN-ASIA Asia Meridional
  • SOUTHERN-LIGHTS aurora austral
  • SOUTHERN del sud
  • SOUTHWARD verso le sud
  • SOUVENIR souvenir
  • SOVEREIGN adj soveran; n soverano
  • SOVEREIGNTY soveranitate
  • SOVIET-UNION Union Sovietic
  • SOVIET adj sovietic; n (council) soviet; (person) sovietico
  • SOW n porca; v seminar
  • SOYA BEAN soja (pronounced soya)
  • SPA station thermal, fonte de aqua
  • SPACE-RESEARCH recercas aerospatial
  • SPACE-STATION station de investigationes spatial
  • SPACE-TRAVEL *astronautica
  • SPACE (adj) aerospatial
  • SPACE adj spatial; n spatio; v spatiar
  • SPACECRAFT astronave
  • SPACECRAFT vehiculo spatial
  • SPACEMAN *astronauta
  • SPACEMAN astronauta
  • SPACESHIP *astronave
  • SPACESHIP astronave
  • SPACING (between lines) interlinea (simple, duple)
  • SPACIOUS spatiose, ample
  • SPACIOUSNESS spatiositate, amplitude
  • SPADE (for digging) pala; (small) paletta; (cards) picca, spada
  • SPAGHETTI spaghetti
  • SPAIN Espania
  • SPAN n (of bridge) apertura, arcada; (of hand) palmo; (of time) duration; (of wings) invirgatura; v cruciar, extender se trans
  • SPANIARD espaniol
  • SPANIEL espaniol
  • SPANISH adj/n espaniol
  • SPANK colpar con le palma
  • SPANKING adj (brisk) rapide, vigorose; (fine) de prime ordine; n *colpata
  • SPANNER clave; ADJUSTABLE - clave anglese, clave a vite
  • SPAR facer exercitios de boxa; (feint) *fintar
  • SPARE-PART pecia de *recambio
  • SPARE adj (available) disponibile; (lean) magre; (mech.) de *recambio, de reserva; n pecia de *recambio; v (save, show mercy) sparniar; (do without) contentar se sin
  • SPARING economic, frugal, parsimoniose
  • SPARK-OFF accender, provocar
  • SPARK-PLUG candela
  • SPARK n scintilla; v emitter scintillas
  • SPARKLE n scintillation; v scintiIlar
  • SPARRING PARTNER *partenario (de mineral)
  • SPARROW passere
  • SPARSE sparse
  • SPASM (med.) spasmo; (fit) accesso
  • SPASMODIC spasmodic
  • SPASTIC adj spastic; n spastico
  • SPATE crescita, torrente
  • SPATIAL spatial
  • SPATTER macular
  • SPATULA spatula
  • SPAWN n ovos, semine; vt generar; vi deponer ovos
  • SPEAK-OUT parlar francamente
  • SPEAK-UP altiar le voce
  • SPEAK (talk) parlar; (make a speech) discurrer, pronunciar un discurso
  • SPEAKER (person) parlator; (audio) altoparlator; (in parliament) presidente; (public) orator;
  • SPEAR n lancea; v transfiger con un lancea
  • SPECIAL special
  • SPECIAL(I)TY specialitate
  • SPECIALIST specialista
  • SPECIALIZE specialisar se
  • SPECIES specie
  • SPECIFIC specific
  • SPECIFICATION specification
  • SPECIFY specificar
  • SPECIMEN specimen
  • SPECIOUS speciose
  • SPECK n (spot) atomo, puncto; (of dirt) *maculetta; (of dust) grano; v macular
  • SPECTACLE spectaculo
  • SPECTACLES berillos
  • SPECTACULAR *spectacular
  • SPECTATOR spectator
  • SPECTER, SPECTRE phantasma, spectro
  • SPECTROSCOPE spectroscopio
  • SPECTRUM spectro
  • SPECULATE (in general) specular; (on Stock Exchange) agiotar, specular
  • SPECULATION speculation
  • SPECULATOR speculator
  • SPEECH (gentile.) linguage, parola; (formal) discurso; DELIVER A - pronunciar un discurso; PARTS OF - partes del oration
  • SPEECHLESS (dumb) mute; (dumbfounded) stupefacite
  • SPEED-LIMIT maxime velocitate
  • SPEED n rapiditate, velocitate; v ir rapidemente
  • SPEEDBOAT lancha rapide
  • SPEEDOMETER velocimetro
  • SPEEDWAY (for racing) pista de autodromo; (motor road) autostrata
  • SPEEDY veloce
  • SPELL (magic) incantamento, formula magic; (time) breve periodo, intervallo; v orthographiar
  • SPELLBOUND incantate
  • SPELLING orthographia; BAD - cacographia
  • SPEND (money) dispender, expender; (time) passar
  • SPENDTHRIFT *prodigo, dispenditor
  • SPERM sperma
  • SPEW-OUT rejectar, vomitar
  • SPEW spuer
  • SPHERE sphera
  • SPHERICAL spheric
  • SPHINX sphinge
  • SPICE n specie; v condimentar, condir
  • SPICK-AND-SPAN immaculate, relucente de munditia
  • SPICY (spiced) *speciate, aromatic; (piquant) piccante
  • SPIDER-WEB tela de aranea
  • SPIDER aranea
  • SPIDERY (thin) tenue; (of writing) patas de aranea
  • SPIGOT valvula
  • SPIKE (point) puncta; (for letters) clavo; (bot.) spica
  • SPILL n (taper) accenditor (de ligno, de papiro); (tumble) cadita; v effunder (se), *versar (se)
  • SPIN-DRIER *siccator centrifuge
  • SPIN-DRY siccar per machina centrifuge, siccar per *centrifuga
  • SPIN-OUT prolongar
  • SPIN n rotation; vt (turn) girar; (thread) filar; vi girar, tornear
  • SPINACH spinacia
  • SPINAL-CORD medulla spinal
  • SPINAL spinal
  • SPINDLE (pin, axis) axe; (for thread) fuso
  • SPINE (thorn) spina; (anat.) columna vertebral, spina dorsal
  • SPINELESS debile, molle
  • SPINNING-WHEEL filatorio
  • SPINNING adj girante, torneante; n (turning) giration; (of thread) filatura
  • SPINSTER *celibataria
  • SPINY spinose
  • SPIRAL-STAIRCASE scala spiral
  • SPIRAL adj/n spiral; v montar in spiral
  • SPIRE *agulia
  • SPIRE agulia
  • SPIRIT-AWAY escamotar, facer disparer mysteriosemente
  • SPIRIT-LEVEL nivello a bulla de aere
  • SPIRIT (gentile.) spirito; (alcohol) alcohol; (ghost) phantasma; (zest) animo, brio, corage, energia
  • SPIRITED animate, energic, vigorose
  • SPIRITLESS sin animo
  • SPIRITUAL adj spiritual; n canto religiose (del negros american)
  • SPIRITUALISM spiritismo
  • SPIRITUALIST spiritista
  • SPIT-OUT exspuer
  • SPIT n (spittle) sputo; (cookery) *spito; v spuer, sputar
  • SPITE n despecto, rancor; v despectar; IN - OF in despecto de, malgrado, nonobstante; IN - OF ONESELF de mal grado
  • SPITEFUL despectuose, malevole, rancorose
  • SPITTLE sputo, saliva
  • SPLASH n projection (de un liquido), battimento (de aqua); v projectar (guttas de aqua, de fango, etc.), batter (le aqua)
  • SPLEEN splen
  • SPLENDID splendide
  • SPLENDO(U)R splendor, magnificentia
  • SPLICE n junctura, ligatura; v junger
  • SPLINT planchetta, *tabuletta
  • SPLINTER-GROUP gruppo fractionari
  • SPLINTER n Fragmento; v rumper (se) in fragmentos
  • SPLIT-THE DIFFERENCE repartir le differentia
  • SPLIT adj fisse; n (cleft) fissura; (division) division; v (break) finder; (divide) divider
  • SPLUTTER balbutiar
  • SPOIL-SPORT *guastafesta
  • SPOIL n butino, spolia; vt (impair) guastar, vitiar; (goods) *avariar; vi deteriorar se, guastar se
  • SPOKE radio
  • SPOKESMAN portavoce
  • SPONGE n spongia; v spongiar; - ON viver al costo de; THROW UP THE - jectar le spongia
  • SPONGER parasito
  • SPONSOR n garante, protector; v patronar, subventionar
  • SPONSORSHIP auspicios
  • SPONTANEOUS spontanee
  • SPOOF n mystification; v mystificar
  • SPOOK spectro, sSpool, bobina
  • SPOON n coclear; v prender con un coclear; TABLE - coclear de servir; TEA - coclear de caffe
  • SPOONFEED nutrir con un coclear
  • SPOONFUL coclearata
  • SPORADIC sporadic
  • SPORT adj see SPORTS; n sport; vt exhibir, ostentar; vi diverter se, jocar; GOOD - jocator loyal
  • SPORTS-CAR automobile sport
  • SPORTS-GROUND terreno de joco/sport
  • SPORTS-JACKET jachetto sport
  • SPORTS adj de sport, sport, sportive
  • SPORTSMAN sportsman, sportista
  • SPORTSMANSHIP spirito sportive
  • SPOT-CASH moneta contante
  • SPOT-OF BOTHER alicun difficultates
  • SPOT-REMOVER dismaculator
  • SPOT n (dot) puncto; (of dirt) macula; (place) localitate; v (notice) notar, recognoscer; (stain) macular
  • SPOTLESS sin macula
  • SPOTLIGHT projector
  • SPOTTED (speckled) maculate; (with spots) con punctos
  • SPOTTER (observer) observator; (train-) collector de numeros del locomotivas
  • SPOTTY maculate
  • SPOUSE (masc.) conjuge, sponso, sposo; (fem.) conjuge, sponsa, sposa
  • SPOUT n becco, tubo de discarga; (of liquid) *jecto; vt lancear; vi sortir (impetuosemente)
  • SPRAIN n torsion muscular; v torquer
  • SPRAT *spratto
  • SPRAWL extender se (in modo inelegante)
  • SPRAY-CAN(NISTER) atomisator
  • SPRAY-GUN pistola vaporisator
  • SPRAY n (container) pulverisator, vaporisator; (flowers) racemo; (foam) scuma; v (atomize) vaporisar (un liquido); (sprinkle) irrorar (con un liquido)
  • SPREAD-EAGLED con le membros extendite
  • SPREAD n (dispersion) diffusion, dissemination, expansion, propagation; (of wings, sails) invirgatura; v diffunder (se), disseminar (se), propagar (se); (butter, etc.) extender (se); (unfold) displicar (se)
  • SPREE partita de placer (o de dispender)
  • SPRIG *branchetta, pecietta
  • SPRIGHTLY allegre, animate
  • SPRING-BALANCE balancia a resorto
  • SPRING-CLEAN nettar completemente (le casa)
  • SPRING-ONION parve cibolla
  • SPRING-UP crescer
  • SPRING adj primaveral, vernal; n (jump) salto; (mech.) resorto; (season) primavera, ver; (water) fontana, fonte; v (jump) saltar; (originate) provenir
  • SPRINGBOARD *trampolino
  • SPRINGING suspension
  • SPRINGTIME primavera, ver
  • SPRINGY elastic
  • SPRINKLE n aspersion; v asperger, irrorar
  • SPRINKLER irrorator, rigatorio, spargitor
  • SPRINKLING aspersion
  • SPRINT n *sprint; v (sport) *sprintar; (run fast) currer a maxime velocitate
  • SPRINTER *sprintator
  • SPROCKET-WHEEL pinnion de catena
  • SPROUT n planton; vt pulsar; vi germinar, pullular
  • SPROUTS caule de Brussel
  • SPRUCE adj elegante; n (bot.) *picea; (hemlock spruce) abiete de Canada
  • SPRY active, vive
  • SPUR n (on heel) sporon; (stimulus) incitamento, stimulo; v (prick with spur) sporonar; (incite) incitar, sporonar, stimular
  • SPURIOUS false, apocryphe
  • SPURN disdignar, repulsar
  • SPURT n effortio supreme; v facer un effortio supreme
  • SPY n spia, spion; v spiar, spionar
  • SPYING spionage
  • SQUABBLE n altercation, querela; v altercar, querelar, venir al parolas
  • SQUAD esquadra
  • SQUADRON-LEADER commandante de esquadron
  • SQUADRON (army, air force) esquadron; (naval) esquadra
  • SQUALID miserabile, *sordide
  • SQUALL n (of wind) colpo de vento, *raffica; (cry) crito; v critar
  • SQUALOR miseria, *sordidessa
  • SQUANDER dilapidar, dispender, dissipar, guastar, profunder
  • SQUARE-ROOT radice quadrate
  • SQUARE-UP quadrar
  • SQUARE adj (four-sided) quadrate; (tidy) in ordine; n (rectangle) quadrato; (in a town) placia; (for drawing) esquadra; vt (divide into squares) esquadrar; (make square) quadrar; (math.) quadrar, elevar (un numero) al quadrato; vi accordar
  • SQUASH n (lemon) limonada, *citronada; (orange) orangiada; (sport) *squash; v applattar, contunder; (fig.) humiliar, vincer
  • SQUASHING *applattamento, contusion
  • SQUAT adj disproportionatemente basse; v quattar
  • SQUATTER occupante sin titulo
  • SQUAWK n crito rauc; v emitter critos rauc
  • SQUEAK n stridulation; v stridular
  • SQUEAKING adj stridulante; n stridulation
  • SQUEAKY stridule
  • SQUEAL n crito acute; v (shriek) emitter critos acute; (mech.) strider
  • SQUEAMISH (easily nauseated) subjecte a nausea; (fig.) delicate, troppo pudic, scrupulose al excesso
  • SQUEEZE-OUT exprimer
  • SQUEEZE n compression, pression; v comprimer, premer; CREDIT - restriction de credito
  • SQUELCH n ruito de fango exprimite; vt supprimer; vi facer ruito de fango exprimite
  • SQUIB petardo; DAMP - fiasco
  • SQUID *calamar
  • SQUIGGLE linea serpentin
  • SQUINT n strabismo; v esser strabe
  • SQUIRE proprietario de terra
  • SQUIRM n contorsion; v contorquer se
  • SQUIRREL scuriolo
  • SQUIRT n (jet) *jecto de aqua; (syringe) syringa; vt syringar; vi lancear se
  • SRI LANKA = Ceylon, *Sri Lanka
  • STAB n colpo de pugnal; v dagar, pugnalar
  • STABILITY stabilitate
  • STABILIZE stabilisar
  • STABLE adj stabile; n stabulo
  • STACK n (pile) cumulo, pila; (chimney) camino; v cumular, pilar
  • STADIUM stadio
  • STAFF n (employees) personal; (mil.) stato major; (stick) baston, pertica; v provider de personal
  • STAFLE adj principal n crampa; v crampar
  • STAG cervo
  • STAGE-COACH diligentia
  • STAGE-HAND machinista
  • STAGE-MANAGER director de scena
  • STAGE n (level) grado, stadio; (theat.) scena; v inscenar, poner in scena
  • STAGGER n titubation; vt (amaze) stupefacer; (rivets, timesheets) echelonar, scalonar vi titubar
  • STAGNANT morte, stagnante
  • STAGNATE stagnar
  • STAGNATION stagnation
  • STAID posate, serie
  • STAIN n (mark) macula; (dye) tinta; v (mark) macular; (dye) tintar
  • STAINED GLASS vitro a colores
  • STAINLESS STEEL aciero inoxydabile
  • STAIR grado, passo
  • STAIRCASE scala
  • STAKE-A CLAIM facer un reclamation
  • STAKE n (interest) interesse, participation; (post) palo; (betting) moneta spondite; v sustener (con palos); (risk) aventurar, riscar; (betting) jocar, sponder
  • STALACTITE stalactite
  • STALAGMITE stalagmite
  • STALE adj (not fresh) non fresc, rancide; (news) vetule; (tired) fatigate
  • STALEMATE impasse, paralyse
  • STALENESS insipiditate
  • STALK n pedunculo; vt sequer furtivemente, traciar; vi ir con passos majestose
  • STALL n (stand) banco de vendita, stand; (for cattle) *stalla; (choir) stallo; (theat.) *fauteuil; vt (a horse) stabular; (a car) arrestar le motor; vi (in discussion) parlar evasivemente, prevaricar
  • STALLION stallon
  • STALWART adj robuste, valente; n partisano inconditional
  • STAMINA resistentia, vigor
  • STAMMER n balbutiamento; v balbutiar
  • STAMP-COLLECTOR philatelista
  • STAMP-OUT extirpar
  • STAMP n (instrument, postage) timbro; (of foot) colpo de pede; (impression) impression; v (impress & tech.) stampar; (postage) timbrar; (with foot) calcar
  • STAMPEDE n fuga percipitate; vt fomentar panico; vi fugir in disordine/panico
  • STAMPER stampator
  • STAMPING (impressing) stampage; (of foot) calcar
  • STANCE postura
  • STANCH = STAUNCH
  • STAND-AROUND circumstar
  • STAND-BACK! a retro!
  • STAND-BY reserva
  • STAND-BY vt (person) defender, sustener; (promise) restar fidel a; vi esser presente; tener se preste
  • STAND-FOR (represent) representar; (tolerate) tolerar
  • STAND-IN FOR suppler a (un persona)
  • STAND-OUT esser conspicue/saliente
  • STAND-UP levar se
  • STAND n (at exhibition) stand; (for taxis) station; (halt) arresto, halto; (kiosk) kiosque; (mil.) resistentia; (position) position; (stall) banco de vendita, stand; (sport) stand, tribuna; (support) pedestallo, supporto; vi (be standing) star; (be situated) esser situate; (pol.) presentar se como candidato; vt (bear) suffrer, supportar, tolerar; (pay) pagar (le bibita a un persona); (place) poner; (resist) resister a
  • STANDARD-OF LIVING nivello de vita
  • STANDARD adj normal; n (norm) norma, standard; (banner) insignia, standard; (fin.) valuta
  • STANDARDIZATION standardisation
  • STANDARDIZE standardisar
  • STANDING adj (army, committee) permanente; (constant) constante; (upright) erecte; n (duration) duration; (social) position, reputation
  • STANDPOINT puncto de vista
  • STANDSTILL immobilisation, paralyse; AT A - immobilisate, paralysate
  • STAPLER machina a crampar
  • STAR n (astron.) astro, stella; (films, etc.) stella; vt (adorn with stars) stellar; (mark) signalar con asterisco; vi (in a film, etc.) tener le rolo principal
  • STARCH n (for stiffening) amido; (in food) fecula; v *amidar
  • STARCHY (of food) feculose; (fig.) troppo formal
  • STARE-AT reguardar fixemente
  • STARE n reguardo fixe
  • STAREBOARD sterbordo
  • STARFISH stella de mar
  • STARK adj (stiff) rigide; (utter) absolute, complete; adv completemente, toto
  • STARLIGHT lumine stellar
  • STARLING sturno
  • STARRY-EYED idealista, ingenue
  • STARRY stellate
  • START-OUT mitter se in cammino, partir
  • START-THE CAR poner le motor in marcha
  • START n (beginning) initio, comenciamento; (advantage) avantage; (of surprise) *suprasalto; (setting out) partita; vt (begin) comenciar, initiar; (cause) causar, provocar; (found) fundar; vi (begin) comenciar, haber initio; (mech.) poner se in marcha; MAKE AN EARLY - partir de bon hora
  • STARTER (of car) motor impulsor; (sport) starter
  • STARTING-POINT puncto de partita
  • STARTLE alarmar
  • STARTLING (alarming) alarmante; (surprising) surprendente
  • STARVATION fame
  • STARVE vt affamar; vi haber fame
  • STATE-OF-ALASKA *le Stato de Alaska
  • STATE-OF MIND disposition
  • STATE adj de stato, *statal; n (condition) condition, stato; (pol.) stato; v (declare) affirmar, declarar; (as a fact) constatar
  • STATELY pompose
  • STATEMENT (declaration) declaration; (report) exposition, reporto; (com.) extracto de conto; OFFICIAL - communicato official
  • STATEROOM cabina
  • STATESMAN homine de stato
  • STATESMANSHIP habilitate politic
  • STATIC static
  • STATION n (fire, petrol, radio, railway, television) station; (police) commissariato; (place) position, posto; v postar
  • STATIONARY stationari
  • STATIONED in guarnition
  • STATIONER'S SHOP papireria
  • STATIONER papirero
  • STATIONERY papireria
  • STATIONMASTER chef de station
  • STATISTICS (science) statistica; (figures) statisticas; VITAL -S statisticas demographic
  • STATUE statua
  • STATURE statura, talia
  • STATUS-QUO *statu quo
  • STATUS-SYMBOL symbolo de prestigio social
  • STATUS stato
  • STATUTE (parl.) lege; (other senses) statuto
  • STATUTORY statutari
  • STAUNCH adj firme, loyal, solide; v arrestar le fluxo
  • STAY-AWAY absentar se
  • STAY-UP (lie awake) veliar
  • STAY n sojorno, visita; (legal) suspension; (mech.) supporto, *susteno; vi (remain) remaner, restar; (reside) demorar; (temporarily) sojornar; vt arrestar, retardar
  • STEADFAST constante, firme, resolute
  • STEADFASTNESS constantia, resolution
  • STEADILY (constantly) constantemente, firmemente, fixemente; (assiduously) assiduemente
  • STEADY (firm) firme, fixe; (of peIson) serie; (of rain, etc.) continue; (of speed) constante, uniforme; (under fire) imperturbabile
  • STEAK (of beef) beefsteak; (other than beef) trencho
  • STEAL-AWAY sortir furtivemente, partir secretemente
  • STEAL furar, robar
  • STEALTH, BY furtivemente
  • STEALTHY furtive
  • STEAM-ENGINE machina de vapor
  • STEAM-ROLLER rolo compressor
  • STEAM n vapor; vt cocer al vapor; vi emitter vapor
  • STEAMSHIP (nave a) vapor, steamer
  • STEEL-ONESELF indurar se
  • STEEL adj de aciero; n aciero; vt acierar
  • STEELWORKS acieria
  • STEEP adj (precipitous) ardue, precipitose, scarpate; (unreasonable) exorbitante; vt imbiber, *macerar
  • STEEPLE campanil coronate de *agulia, campanil con tecto conic
  • STEEPLECHASE cursa de obstaculos, *steeplechase
  • STEEPNESS grado de inclination
  • STEER-CLEAR OF evitar
  • STEER n bovello; v (gentile.) diriger (se); (car) guidar, manovrar; (ship) governar
  • STEERING-WHEEL volante
  • STEERING direction
  • STELLAR stellar
  • STEM-FROM provenir de, resultar de
  • STEM n (stalk) pedunculo, stirpe; (gram.) thema; v arrestar, refrenar
  • STENCH *fetidessa, odor infecte
  • STENCIL n (for decoration, etc.) patrono; (for duplicating) stencil; v decorar/marcar/reproducer per patronos; (duplicate) mimeographar, stencilar
  • STENOGRAPHER (fem.) stenographa; (masc.) stenographo
  • STEP n (walking) passo; (measure) mesura; (stair) grado, scalon; v ir, vader; TAKE -S prender (su) mesuras; - BY - gradualmente, passo a passo; - DOWN (go down) descender; (reduce) reducer (le voltage); - ON poner le pede sur; - LIP vt augmentar; vi montar
  • STEPBROTHER fratrastro
  • STEPDAUGHTER filiastra
  • STEPFATHER patrastro
  • STEPLADDER scala duple (con grados platte)
  • STEPMOTHER matrastra
  • STEPPING STONE petra de vadar; (fig.) scalon
  • STEPSISTER sororastra
  • STEPSON filiastro
  • STEREO *stereo
  • STEREOPHONIC *stereophonic
  • STEREOSCOPE stereoscopio
  • STEREOSCOPIC stereoscopic
  • STEREOTYPE stereotypo
  • STEREOTYPED stereotype
  • STERILE sterile
  • STERILITY sterilitate
  • STERILIZATION sterilisation
  • STERILIZE sterilisar
  • STERLING adj genuin, pur; n sterling
  • STERN adj sever; n *poppa
  • STETHOSCOPE stethoscopio
  • STEVEDORE stivator
  • STEW n *estufato, ragout; vt (gentile.) estufar; (fruit) facer un compota de
  • STEWARD (of an estate) dispensero, economo; (naut.) camerero, steward
  • STEWARDESS (naut.) camerera; (on aircraft) *hostessa, *stewardess
  • STEWED FRUIT compota de fructos
  • STICK-'EM UP manos in alto!
  • STICK-FAST esser fixe
  • STICK-OUT salir
  • STICK-TOGETHER agglutinar; (fig.) monstrar solidaritate
  • STICK-UP FOR prender le defensa de
  • STICK n baston; vt (attach) attaccar; (something sharp) figer; (with glue) collar, glutinar; (put) mitter, poner; (stand) supportar; vi collar se; (mech.) esser bloccate; (remain) remaner, restar
  • STICKER etiquetta gummate
  • STICKING PLASTER sparadrapo
  • STICKLER rigorista
  • STICKY (gluey) collose, glutinose; (problematic) problematic
  • STIFF rigide, inflexibile
  • STIFFEN *rigidar (se)
  • STIFFNESS rigiditate, inflexibilitate
  • STIFLE (choke) suffocar; (fig.) supprimer
  • STIGMA stigma
  • STILE *scaletta fixe
  • STILL-BORN nate morte
  • STILL-LIFE natura morte
  • STILL adj (calm) tranquille; (motionless) immobile; (quiet) silentiose; adv ancora, totevia; n (for distilling) *alambic; (photog.) photographia publicitari; v calmar
  • STILLNESS (tranquillity) tranquillitate; (immobility) immobilitate; (silence) silentio
  • STILTED affectate, artificial
  • STIMULANT adj/n stimulante
  • STIMULATE stimular
  • STIMULATION stimulation
  • STIMULUS stimulo
  • STIMUP staffa
  • STING n aculeo; v piccar, punger
  • STINGINESS parsimonia
  • STINGING-NETTLE urtica
  • STINGING piccante, pungente
  • STINGY parsimoniose, illiberal
  • STINK n *fetor, mal odor; v puter
  • STINKING (smelling) *fetide, de mal odor; (fig.) infecte
  • STINT n (limit) limite, restriction; (allotted portion) portion de labor assignate; v limitar, restringer
  • STIPEND stipendio
  • STIPULATE stipular
  • STIPULATION stipulation
  • STIR n agitation; v agitar (se); - UP (excite) activar, excitar; (a rebellion) fomentar
  • STIR UP (v) [emotions] attisar
  • STIRRING excitante, inspirante
  • STIRRING UP attisamento
  • STITCH n (sewing) puncto; (knitting) malia; v suer
  • STITCHING sutura
  • STOAT armenio
  • STOCK-EXCHANGE bursa
  • STOCK-MARKET mercato de actiones
  • STOCK adj (habitual) habitual, normal; (theat.) de repertorio; n (breed) racia, stirpe; (cattle) bestial; (com.) stock; (of rifle) calce, fuste; (securities) valores; (trunk) trunco; (bot.) matthiola; v (supply) approvisionar, stockar; (keep) tener in magazin; TAKE - facer le inventario
  • STOCKBREEDING elevage
  • STOCKBROKER agente de bursa
  • STOCKHOLDER actionero
  • STOCKING calcea
  • STOCKMAN bovero
  • STOCKPILE n reserva; v accumular
  • STOCKTAKING inventario
  • STOCKY basse ma forte
  • STODGY indigeste, pesante
  • STOIC adj stoic; n stoico
  • STOICISM stoicismo
  • STOKE cargar (le caldiera)
  • STOKER *fochero
  • STOLE stola
  • STOLID impassibile, phlegmatic
  • STOMACH-ACHE mal de stomacho
  • STOMACH n stomacho; v (digest) digerer; (fig.) supportar
  • STONE adj de petra; n (rock) petra, lapide, saxo; (pebble) calculo; (seed) pepita; (weight) *stone; v lapidar
  • STONY petrose; (fig.) glacial
  • STOOL scabello, tabouret
  • STOOP n inclination de corpore; v inclinar se
  • STOP-UP (block) obstruer, stoppar; (plug) *obturar, tappar
  • STOP interj basta!, stop!; n (gentile.) arresto, cessation; (bus, etc.)-halto, station; (mus.) clave; (organ) registro; (pause) interruption, pausa; vt (an activity) cessar; (a motion) arrestar, stoppar; (prevent) impedir; (teeth) *obturar, plumbar; vi (from activity) cessar; (from motion) arrestar se, stationar, stoppar
  • STOPGAP recurso provisional
  • STOPPAGE interruption, suspension
  • STOPPER tappo
  • STOPWATCH chronometro
  • STORAGE immagazinage
  • STORE n (supply) provision; (shop or warehouse) magazin; v immagazinar
  • STOREROOM deposito, dispensa
  • STOREY etage
  • STORK ciconia
  • STORM n tempesta; vt expugnar; vi tempestar
  • STORMY tempestuose
  • STORY (narrative) historia; (tale) conto, fabula; (floor) etage
  • STOUT adj (brave) valente; (fat) corpulente; (strong) forte, solide; n bira obscur
  • STOUTNESS corpulentia
  • STOVE estufa
  • STOW-AWAY conservar
  • STOW stivar
  • STOWAWAY passagero clandestin
  • STRADDLE star con gambas a cata latere (de un cosa)
  • STRAGGLE extender se, ir sin ordine
  • STRAIGHT-AHEAD directemente
  • STRAIGHT-AWAY immediatemente
  • STRAIGHT adj (not curved) recte, directe; (honest) franc, recte; (in order) in ordine; adv (in a line) directe; (frankly) francamente
  • STRAIGHTEN disfalsar, rectificar; - OUT poner in ordine, regular
  • STRAIGHTFORWARD (frank) franc, loyal; (simple) simple
  • STRAIGHTNESS rectitude
  • STRAIN n (tension) tension; (effort) effortio; (trace) tracia; vt (damage) deformar; (filter) filtrar; (sift) cribrar, passar per un cribro; vi facer un effortio
  • STRAINER colatorio, filtro
  • STRAIT stricto
  • STRAITJACKET camisa/jacchetta de fortia
  • STRAITLACED prude, puritan
  • STRAND n (beach) plagia; (of rope) filamento; v (fish, ship) arenar
  • STRANDED (of ship) arenate; (fig.) sin possibilitate de escappar
  • STRANGE estranie
  • STRANGENESS estranitate
  • STRANGER estraniero
  • STRANGLE strangular
  • STRANGLEHOLD dominio complete
  • STRAP n corregia; v ligar con un corregia
  • STRAPPING robuste
  • STRATA stratos
  • STRATAGEM stratagema
  • STRATEGIC strategic
  • STRATEGY strategia
  • STRATOSPHERE stratosphera
  • STRATUM strato
  • STRAW adj de palea; n palea; THE LAST - le culmine
  • STRAWBERRY-PLANT fragierc
  • STRAWBERRY fraga
  • STRAY adj (lost) perdite; (fig.) isolate, sporadic; v (deviate) deviar; (get lost) perder se; (wander) errar, vagar
  • STREAK n (line) *stria; (vein) vena; (of lightning) fulgure; v *striar
  • STREAKY *striate
  • STREAM n (brook) curso de aqua, rivo; (current) currente; (fig.) *jecto, torrente; v (in) infunder; (out) effunder
  • STREAMER bandierola, serpentino
  • STREAMLINE (profile) profilar; (fig.)rationalisar; -D aerodynamic, profilate
  • STREET-LAMP lampa de strata
  • STREET strata
  • STREETCAR tram, tramway
  • STRENGTH (of the body, power, physics) fortia; (toughness) resistentia, soliditate
  • STRENGTHEN reinfortiar, roborar, consolidar
  • STRENGTHENING reinfortiamento, consolidation
  • STRENUOUS (vigorous) energic, vigorose; (of task) ardue
  • STRESS n (emphasis) emphase; (gram.) accento; (strain) effortio, tension; v (gentile.) insister super; (a syllable) accentuar
  • STRETCH-ONE'S LEGS exercitar le gambas
  • STRETCH-OUT allongar, extender (le bracio)
  • STRETCH (stretching out, extent) extension; (elasticity) elasticitate; vt tender, tirar, extender; vi extender se; AT A - sin pausa
  • STRETCHER (person or thing that stretches) tenditor; (for lying on) lectiera
  • STREW (sprinkle) dispersar, sparger; (cover) coperir
  • STRICKEN colpate, ferite
  • STRICT rigorose, stricte
  • STRICTNESS rigor, severitate
  • STRIDE n passo; [v] ir a grande passos; TAKE IN ONE'S - superar facilemente
  • STRIDENT stridente
  • STRIFE conflicto, lucta
  • STRIKE-OUT cancellar
  • STRIKE n (hit) colpo; (indust.) exopero, vt (hit) batter, colpar; (collide with) choccar contra; (industr.) exoperar; (lightning) siderar; (a match) accender; (oil) discoperir, incontrar; (tech.) percuter; (of thoughts) impressionar; (a wound) ferir; vi (of clock) sonar (le hora); GO ON - exoperar
  • STRIKEBREAKER *rumpeexoperos
  • STRIKER (industr.) exoperante; (mech.) *percussor; (soccer/football) avantero de puncto
  • STRIKING impressionante, surprendente
  • STRING n (twine, cord) corda; (shoe-string) cordon; (series) serie; v infilar
  • STRIP n lista, banda; vt (despoil spoliar; (techn.) dismontar; use can be made of the prefix displus the verbal suffix -ar, e.g. STRIP FRUIT disfructar
  • STRIPE n (of colour) lista, *stria; (mil.) galon; v *striar, zebrar
  • STRIVE (try) effortiar se; (struggle) luctar
  • STRlNGENT rigorose, sever
  • STROKE n (hit) colpo, percussion; (med.) sideration; (of pen or brush) tracto; v caressar; AT A de un colpo
  • STROLL n deambulation; GO FOR A - deambular, flanar
  • STRONG-BOX cassa forte
  • STRONG-MINDED resolute
  • STRONG-MINDEDNESS resolution
  • STRONG (gentile.) forte; (of materials) robuste, solide; (of protest) energic
  • STRONGHOLD (fortress) fortalessa; (fig.) citadella
  • STRONGLY (hard) forte; (firmly) solidemente
  • STRONGROOM camera cuirassate
  • STRUCTURAL structural
  • STRUCTURE structura
  • STRUGGLE n lucta; v luctar; (flail about, writhe) debatter se
  • STRUM jocar pigremente
  • STRUT n supporto, trabe secundari; v pavonisar, paradar
  • STRYCHNINE strychnina
  • STUB n (end) parte residual, pecietta; (of cheaue) talon;
  • STUBBLE stupula
  • STUBBORN obstinate, restive
  • STUBBORNNESS obstination
  • STUBBY truncate
  • STUD n (breed animal) copertor; (nail) clavo; (of shirt) button de collo; v guarnir de clavos
  • STUDENT studente, alumno
  • STUDIO studio
  • STUDIOUS studiose
  • STUDIOUSNESS application
  • STUDY n (all senses) studio; v studiar
  • STUFF n (substance) stoffa, substantia; (worthless goods) cosalia; v (fill up) reimpler, stipar; (pad) borrar
  • STUFFING (forcemeat) farce; (padding) borra
  • STUFFY (close) mal ventilate; (fig.) troppo rigide
  • STULTIFY destruer le valor de, facer ridicule
  • STUMBLE n passo false; v facer un passo false
  • STUMBLING BLOCK petra de scandalo
  • STUMP residuo truncate; (bit) pecietta; v embarassar
  • STUN (daze) esturdir; (deafen) assurdar
  • STUNNING stupende
  • STUNT n (trick) volo acrobatic; (gimmick) stratagema publicitari; v arrestar le developpamento
  • STUPEFY imbrutir, stupefacer
  • STUPENDOUS stupende
  • STUPID stupide
  • STUPIDITY stupiditate
  • STUPOR stupor
  • STURDINESS soliditate
  • STURDY (robust) robuste, vigorose; (persistent) resolute, tenace
  • STURGEON sturion
  • STUTTER n balbutiamento; v balbutiar v facer mal (al digito del pede);
  • STUTTERER balbutiante
  • STY (for pigs) stabulo; (in eye) *hordeolo
  • STYLE n stilo, maniera; v denominar
  • STYLISH chic, elegante
  • STYLISHNESS elegantia
  • STYLUS stilo
  • SUAVE suave
  • SUAVITY suavitate
  • SUBCOMMITTEE *subcommittee
  • SUBCONSCIOUS adj/n subconsciente
  • SUBDIVIDE subdivider
  • SUBDIVISION subdivision
  • SUBDUE (gentile.) subjugar, submitter; (tame) domar; (light) attenuar
  • SUBEDITOR redactor adjuncte
  • SUBJECT adj subjecte; n (all senses) subjecto; v submitter
  • SUBJECTION subjection
  • SUBJECTIVE subjective
  • SUBJECTIVITY subjectivitate
  • SUBJUGATE subjugar
  • SUBJUGATION subjugation
  • SUBJUNCTIVE adj conjunctive; n conjunctivo
  • SUBLET sublocar
  • SUBLIME sublime
  • SUBMACHINE-GUN pistola mitraliatrice
  • SUBMARINE adj submarin; n submarino, submersibile
  • SUBMERGE submerger (se)
  • SUBMERSION submersion
  • SUBMISSION submission
  • SUBMISSIVE submissive
  • SUBMISSIVENESS submission, docilitate
  • SUBMIT vt submitter; vi submitter se
  • SUBNORMAL *subnormal
  • SUBORDINATE adj subordinate, secundari; n subordinato; v subordinar
  • SUBORDINATION subordination
  • SUBSCRIBE (all senses) subscriber; (to a periodical) abonar se
  • SUBSCRIBER (all senses) subscriptor; (to a periodical) abonato
  • SUBSCRIBER abonato
  • SUBSCRIPTION (to a club) quotisation; (to a periodical) abonamento; (all senses) subscription
  • SUBSEQUENT subsequente, ulterior
  • SUBSEQUENTLY posteriormente, plus tarde
  • SUBSERVIENCE (subordination) subordination; (servileness) servilismo
  • SUBSERVIENT (subordinate) subordinate; (servile) servil
  • SUBSIDE subsider
  • SUBSIDENCE subsidentia
  • SUBSIDIARY ad1 subsidiari; n succursal
  • SUBSIDIZE subsidiar, subventionar
  • SUBSIDY subsidio, subvention
  • SUBSIST nutrir se
  • SUBSISTENCE subsistentia
  • SUBSOIL *subsolo
  • SUBSTANCE substantia, corpore
  • SUBSTANTIAL substantial
  • SUBSTANTIATE establir, justificar
  • SUBSTITUTE n (gentile.) substituto; (deputy) reimplaciante, suppletor; (product) succedaneo; vt substituer; vi suppler
  • SUBSTITUTION substitution
  • SUBTERFUGE subterfugio
  • SUBTERRANEAN subterranee
  • SUBTITLE subtitulo
  • SUBTLE (fine) subtil; (crafty) astute
  • SUBTLETY (fineness) subtilitate; (craft) astutia
  • SUBTRACT subtraher
  • SUBTRACTION subtraction
  • SUBURB suburbio
  • SUBURBAN suburban
  • SUBVERSION subversion
  • SUBVERSIVE subversive
  • SUBVERT subverter
  • SUBWAY (passage) passage subterranee; (underground rly.) metro
  • SUCCEED (all senses) succeder
  • SUCCESS successo
  • SUCCESSFUL succedite
  • SUCCESSFULLY con (bon) successo
  • SUCCESSION succession
  • SUCCESSIVE successive, consecutive
  • SUCCINCT succincte
  • SUCCULENT succulente
  • SUCCUMB succumber
  • SUCH-A-LARGE HOUSE un si grande casa
  • SUCH-A un tal
  • SUCH-AS-IT-IS con tote su imperfectiones
  • SUCH-AS tal como
  • SUCH adj tal; adv si; pron tal(es); AS - generalmente; IN - CASES in simile casos
  • SUCHLIKE simile
  • SUCK suger
  • SUCKER (tech., zool.) *ventosa; (fool) dupe, persona credule
  • SUCKLE allactar
  • SUCTION suction
  • SUDDEN subite
  • SUDDENLY subito
  • SUDDENNESS subitaneitate
  • SUDS scuma de sapon
  • SUE-FOR (request) demandar
  • SUE intentar un processo (contra), actionar
  • SUEDE pelle de Svedia
  • SUET stear
  • SUFFER (gentile.) suffrer; (bear) supportar; (feel pain) patir
  • SUFFERANCE, ON per tolerantia
  • SUFFERING suffrentia, dolor
  • SUFFICE bastar, sufficer
  • SUFFICIENCY bastantia, sufficientia
  • SUFFICIENT bastante, sufficiente
  • SUFFICIENTLY bastante, satis
  • SUFFIX suffixo
  • SUFFOCATE (vi) asphyxiar
  • SUFFOCATE suffocar
  • SUFFOCATION suffocation
  • SUFFRAGE suffragio (trace) tracia
  • SUGAR-BEET beta de sucro
  • SUGAR-CANE canna
  • SUGAR n sucro; - BASIN sucriera; - citation
  • SUGGEST suggerer, proponer
  • SUGGESTION (prompting) suggestion
  • SUGGESTIVE suggestive
  • SUICIDAL suicidal
  • SUICIDE (act) suicidio; (person) suicida; COMMIT - suicidar se
  • SUIT-YOURSELF face como vos vole
  • SUIT n (clothing) habito; (law) causa; v (seem right) convenir a, ir a; (make suitable) adaptar
  • SUITABILITY convenientia
  • SUITABLE convenibile, commode
  • SUITCASE valise
  • SUITE traino, suite
  • SUITOR pretendente, requirente
  • SULK esser de mal humor
  • SULKY de mal humor
  • SULLEN de mal humor
  • SULPHATE sulfato
  • SULPHUR sulfure
  • SULPHURIC ACID acido sulfuric
  • SULTAN sultan
  • SULTANA (fruit) uva sic de Smyrna; (sultaness) sultana
  • SULTRINESS calor suffocante
  • SULTRY (stifling) suffocante; (fig.) seductive, sensual
  • SUM-TOTAL summa total
  • SUM-UP resumer
  • SUM summa; TO - UP al fin
  • SUMMARIZE resumer, summarisar
  • SUMMARY adj summari; n summario
  • SUMMER-TIME hora de estate
  • SUMMER adj estive, de estate; n estate
  • SUMMERHOUSE pavilion, kiosque
  • SUMMERTIME estate
  • SUMMING-UP recapitulation del factos
  • SUMMIT-CONFERENCE conferentia al summitate
  • SUMMIT culmine, summitate
  • SUMMON-UP COURAGE prender corage
  • SUMMON (call) advocar; (convoke) convocar; (law) citar
  • SUMMONS cita
  • SUMP (gentile.) *sentina; (of car) de sucro; v sucrar *carter
  • SUMPTUOUS sumptuose
  • SUMPTUOUSNESS sumptuositate
  • SUN n sol; v insolar
  • SUNBAKED indurate per le sol
  • SUNBATHE prender le sol
  • SUNBATHING banios de sol
  • SUNBEAM radio del sol
  • SUNBURN arditura del sol
  • SUNBURNT ardite per le sol
  • SUNDAE gelato con fructos e nuces
  • SUNDAY dominica
  • SUNDAY,-PALM dominica del Palmas
  • SUNDIAL quadrante solar
  • SUNDRY diverse, varie
  • SUNFLOWER heliantho, tornasol
  • SUNGLASSES berillos de sol
  • SUNHAT cappello de sol
  • SUNKEN (in the ground) cave, *infundate; (in the sea) submergite
  • SUNLIGHT (lumine del) sol
  • SUNNY (in the sun) (baniate) in le sol, de sol; (disposition) allegre
  • SUNRISE levar del sol
  • SUNSET poner del sol
  • SUNSHADE parasol
  • SUNSHINE (lumine del) sol
  • SUNSPOT macula solar
  • SUNSTROKE colpo del sol, insolation
  • SUNTAN n bronzar; v bronzar
  • SUP soupar
  • SUPER stupende
  • SUPERABOUND superabundar
  • SUPERANNUATION (retirement) retiramento in pension; (pension paid on retirement) pension pro vetulessa
  • SUPERB superbe
  • SUPERCILIOUS arrogante
  • SUPERFICIAL superficial
  • SUPERFLUOUS superflue
  • SUPERHUMAN superhuman
  • SUPERIMPOSE *superimponer
  • SUPERINTENDENT superintendente, surveliante
  • SUPERIOR adj/n superior
  • SUPERIORITY superioritate
  • SUPERLATIVE adj superlative; n superlativo
  • SUPERMAN superhomine
  • SUPERMARKET *supermercato
  • SUPERNATURAL supernatural
  • SUPERNUMERARY adj supernumerari; n *supernumerario
  • SUPERSEDE (replace) reimplaciar; (supplant) supplantar
  • SUPERSONIC *supersonic
  • SUPERSTITION superstition
  • SUPERSTITIOUS superstitiose
  • SUPERSTRUCTURE superstructura
  • SUPERTAX supertaxa
  • SUPERVENE supervenir
  • SUPERVISE surveliar
  • SUPERVISION surveliantia
  • SUPERVISOR *supervisor, surveliante
  • SUPPER souper, cena; HAVE - soupar
  • SUPPERTIME hora de souper
  • SUPPLANT supplantar
  • SUPPLE flexibile
  • SUPPLEMENT n supplemento; v supplementar
  • SUPPLEMENTARY supplementari, subsidiari
  • SUPPLENESS flexibilitate
  • SUPPLIER fornitor
  • SUPPLY-AND-DEMAND le offerta e le demanda
  • SUPPLY-WITH guarnir de
  • SUPPLY n (gentile.) provision; (com.) stock; v (provide) fornir, approvisionar; (a want) suppler
  • SUPPORT n appoio, supporto, *susteno; v (sustain) appoiar, supportar, sustener; (pay for) mantener
  • SUPPORTABLE supportabile
  • SUPPORTER (of a policy) advocato, defensor; (of a person or party) partisano, adherente; (sport) devoto
  • SUPPOSE supponer
  • SUPPOSEDLY suppositemente, per supposition
  • SUPPOSING supponite que, in le caso que
  • SUPPOSITION supposition
  • SUPPOSITORY suppositorio
  • SUPPRESS supprimer, reprimer
  • SUPREMACY suprematia
  • SUPREME supreme
  • SUPRESSION suppression
  • SURCHARGE n supercarga; v supercargar
  • SURE-ENOUGH effectivemente
  • SURE-FOOTED de pede firme
  • SURE certe, secur; BE - esser secur; FOR - sin falta
  • SURELY certo, sin dubita
  • SURENESS securitate, certitude
  • SURETY (guarantee) garantia; (person) garante
  • SURF spuma
  • SURFACE SKIMMER aeroglissator
  • SURFACE superficie
  • SURFBOARD *aquaplano
  • SURFEIT n excesso, satietate, superabundantia; v satiar
  • SURFRIDING *surfing
  • SURGE n affluxo, impeto; v affluer, agitar se, fluctuar
  • SURGEON chirurgo
  • SURGERY (art and practice) chirurgia; (doctor's room) cabinetto de consultation
  • SURGICAL chirurgic
  • SURLINESS mal humor
  • SURLY de mal humor
  • SURMISE n presumption; v presumer
  • SURMOUNT superar, surmontar
  • SURNAME nomine de famiglia
  • SURPASS superar, superpassar
  • SURPLUS-VALUE plus-valor
  • SURPLUS adj excedente, de surplus; n surplus, excesso
  • SURPRISE n surprisa; v surprender
  • SURREALISM surrealismo
  • SURRENDER n (yielding) capitulation, rendition; (fig.) abandono; vt render, ceder; (fig.) abandonar; vi (yield) capitular, render se
  • SURREPTITIOUS surrepticie
  • SURROUND n bordatura; v circumferer, ambir, cinger
  • SURROUNDINGS ambiente
  • SURTAX supertaxa
  • SURVEILLANCE surveliantia
  • SURVEY n (study) examine, inspection, studio; (result) reporto; v (study) examinar, inspectar, surveliar; (land) metir; (look at) contemplar, reguardar; (study) studiar
  • SURVEYOR agrimensor
  • SURVIVAL superviventia
  • SURVIVE superviver
  • SUSCEPTIBILITY susceptibilitate
  • SUSCEPTIBLE susceptibile
  • SUSPECT adj suspecte; n *suspecto; v suspectar
  • SUSPEND suspender
  • SUSPENDERS (for stockings) garrettieras; (for trousers) suspensores
  • SUSPENSE incertitude, tension
  • SUSPENSION-BRIDGE ponte suspendite
  • SUSPENSION suspension
  • SUSPICION suspicion
  • SUSPICIOUS (distrustful) suspiciose; (meriting suspicion) suspecte, equivoc
  • SUSPICIOUSNESS character suspecte/suspiciose
  • SUSTAIN sustener, supportar
  • SWAB n (surgery) tampon (de watta); v (deck) nettar; (surgery) essugar
  • SWAG (booty) butino; (decoration) feston
  • SWAGGER adj chic, elegante; n aere importante; v fanfaronar, pavonisar
  • SWALLOW n hirundine; v deglutir, glutir, inglutir, ingurgitar
  • SWAMP n palude; v inundar, submerger, plenar de aqua
  • SWAMPY paludose
  • SWAN cygno
  • SWANK n pretension; v dar se aeres
  • SWANKY pretentiose
  • SWAP excambiar
  • SWARM n (of bees) essame; (fig.) formicamento; v (of bees) essamar; (fig.) formicar, pullular
  • SWARTHY brun
  • SWASTIKA *svastica, cruce gammate
  • SWAT colpar
  • SWATHE n falcata; v involver
  • SWAY n (power) domination, imperio; (of vehicle) oscillation; vt influer super; vi oscillar, balanciar se
  • SWEAR (solemnly) jurar; (use bad language) blasphemar, objurgar
  • SWEARWORD obscenitate, parola grossier
  • SWEAT n exsudato, sudor; v sudar, transpirar
  • SWEATER tricot, sweater
  • SWEDE (the national) svedo; (vegetable) rapa svedese
  • SWEDEN Svedia
  • SWEDISH adj/n svedese
  • SWEEP-ALONG avantiar rapidemente
  • SWEEP-ASIDE remover con grande gesto
  • SWEEP-AWAY supprimer, destruer
  • SWEEP-OUT scopar
  • SWEEP n (man) *brossacaminos; (with broom) colpo de scopa; (with scythe) falcata; (fig.) curva, movimento circular/rapide
  • SWEEPER (soccer/football) *libero
  • SWEEPING (general) comprensive, troppo general; (of gesture) dramatic
  • SWEEPSTAKE lotteria; v scopar
  • SWEET-PEA piso odorose
  • SWEET-SMELLING fragrante
  • SWEET-TEMPERED amabile, dulce
  • SWEET adj dulce, suave, sucrate; n (sweetmeat, candy) bonbon; (dessert) dessert
  • SWEETBREAD pancreas de vitello (o de ove)
  • SWEETCORN mais dulce
  • SWEETEN (make sweet) edulcorar, sucrar; (fig.) adulciar
  • SWEETHEART (fem.) inamorata; (masc.) inamorato
  • SWEETNESS dulcor, suavitate
  • SWEETSHOP *bonboneria
  • SWELL-OUT protuberar
  • SWELL-UP turgescer
  • SWELL vt (cause to swell) inflar, tumefacer; (fig.) augmentar; vi (med.) tumer, turger; (fig.) crescer
  • SWELLING n (enlargement) i5ZB
  • SWELTER suffocar de calor
  • SWERVE n *virage brusc; v deviar/*virar bruscamente
  • SWIFT rapide, veloce
  • SWIFTNESS rapiditate
  • SWILL n (for pigs) nutrimento liquide, residuos; v lavar con multe aqua
  • SWIM n natada; v natar
  • SWIMMER natator
  • SWIMMING-COSTUME costume de banio
  • SWIMMING-POOL piscina
  • SWIMMING natation
  • SWINDLE n fraude; v fraudar
  • SWINDLER fraudator, impostor
  • SWINE porco
  • SWING-BRIDGE ponte giratori
  • SWING-DOOR porte giratori
  • SWING n (oscillation) balanciamento, oscillation; (rhythm) rhythmo; (child's) sedependular; (of opinion) movimento; vt brandir; vi (oscillate) balanciar se, oscillar; (turn) girar
  • SWIRL n vortice; v girar vorticosemente
  • SWISH n sibilo, susurro; vi sibilar,susurrar; vt agitar
  • SWISS adj switze, suisse; n switzo, suisso
  • SWITCH-OFF extinguer
  • SWITCH-ON accender
  • SWITCH n (elec.) interruptor, commutator; (exchange) excambio; (rly.) cambio; vt/vi cambiar
  • SWITCHBACK montanias russe
  • SWITCHBOARD tabula de distribution
  • SWITZERLAND Switza, Suissa, Helvetia, Confederation helvetic
  • SWIVEL-CHAIR sede giratori
  • SWIVEL girar, *pivotar
  • SWOLLEN tumide
  • SWOON perder conscientia, suffrer un syncope
  • SWOOP n attacco; v descender rapidemente, piccar (super un inimico)
  • SWOP = SWAP
  • SWORD spada, gladio
  • SWORDFISH pisce spada
  • SWOT n studente (troppo) assidue; v studiar multo
  • SYCAMORE *sycomoro
  • SYCOPHANT *sycophante
  • SYLLABLE syllaba
  • SYLLABUS programma (de studios)
  • SYMBOL symbolo
  • SYMBOLIC(AL) symbolic
  • SYMBOLISM symbolismo
  • SYMBOLIZE symholisar
  • SYMMETRICAL symmetric
  • SYMMETRY symmetria
  • SYMPATHETIC (feeling compassion) compatiente, benevole; (med.) sympathic
  • SYMPATHIZE (have compassion) haber compassion, exprimer su condolentia; (understand) comprender
  • SYMPATHY-STRIKE exopero de solidaritate
  • SYMPATHY (compassion) compassion; (affinity) sympathia
  • SYMPHONIC symphonic
  • SYMPHONY-ORCHESTRA orchestra symphonic
  • SYMPHONY symphonia
  • SYMPTOM symptoma
  • SYMPTOMATIC symptomatic
  • SYNAGOGUE synagoga
  • SYNCHROMESH cassa de velocitates synchronisate
  • SYNCHRONIZE synchronisar
  • SYNCOPATE syncopar
  • SYNCOPATION syncopation
  • SYNDICATE n syndicato; v syndicar
  • SYNDROME *syndrome
  • SYNONYM synonimo
  • SYNONYMOUS synonyme
  • SYNOPSIS synopsis
  • SYNTAX syntaxe
  • SYNTHESIS synthese
  • SYNTHETIC sy martia
  • SYPHILIS syphilis
  • SYRIA Syria
  • SYRIAN adj syrie; n syrio
  • SYRINGE n syringa; v syringar
  • SYRUP sirop
  • SYSTEM systema
  • SYSTEMATIC systematic
  • SYSTEMATIZE systematisar
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