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V

  • VACANCY vacantia
  • VACANT vacante
  • VACATE disoccupar
  • VACATION adj ferial; n ferias, vacantias
  • VACCINATE vaccinar
  • VACCINATION vaccination
  • VACCINE vaccino
  • VACILLATE vacillar
  • VACILLATION vacillation
  • VACUUM vacuo
  • VACUUM-CLEANER aspirator
  • VACUUM-FLASK thermos
  • VAGABOND vagabundo
  • VAGINA vagina
  • VAGRANT adj vagabunde; n vagabundo
  • VAGUE vage, imprecise
  • VAGUENESS imprecision
  • VAIN (conceited) vanitose; (useless) inutile, van
  • VAINGLORIOUS vangloriose
  • VALET camerero, *valletto
  • VALIANT valente, prode
  • VALID valide
  • VALIDATE validar
  • VALIDITY validitate
  • VALLEY valle
  • VALO(U)R valor
  • VALUABLE de valor, preciose
  • VALUABLES objectos de valor
  • VALUATION valutation
  • VALUE ADDED TAX imposto super le valor adjungite
  • VALUE n valor; v (estimate value of) valutar; (hold valuable) tener a
  • VALUELESS sin valor
  • VALVE (all senses) valvula; (radio, etc.) tubo, valvula
  • VAMP n femina fatal, *vampiressa; v improvisar un accompaniamento
  • VAMPIRE vampir
  • VAN camionetta, *furgon
  • VAN-DRIVER *camionero, *camionista, livrator
  • VANDAL vandalo
  • VANDALISM vandalismo
  • VANE pala
  • VANGUARD vanguarda
  • VANILLA vanilla
  • VANISH eclipsar se, evanescer
  • VANITY vanitate
  • VAPO(U)R vapor
  • VAPORIZE vaporisar
  • VARIABLE adj/n variabile
  • VARIANCE,BE AT discrepar, esser in contradiction
  • VARIANT variante
  • VARIATION variation
  • VARICOSE VEINS *varices
  • VARIEGATED multicolor
  • VARIETY varietate
  • VARIETY-THEATRE theatro de varietates
  • VARIOUS varie
  • VARNISH n vernisse; v vernissar
  • VARY variar
  • VASE vaso
  • VASECTOMY *vasectomia
  • VASELINE vaselina
  • VAST vaste
  • VASTNESS vastitate
  • VAT cupa
  • VATICAN Vaticano
  • VAULT n (archeol.) volta; vt voltar; vi (jump) voltear
  • VAULTING volteo
  • VEAL vitello
  • VECTOR vector
  • VEER *virar
  • VEGETABLE adj vegetal, vegetabile; n (bot.) vegetal; (leguminous) legumine
  • VEGETARIAN adj vegetarian; n vegetariano
  • VEGETARIANISM vegetarianismo
  • VEGETATE vegetar
  • VEGETATION vegetation
  • VEHEMENCE vehementia
  • VEHEMENT vehemente
  • VEHICLE vehiculo
  • VEIL n velo; v velar
  • VEIN (anat.) vena; (mining) filon
  • VEINED venate
  • VEINING venatura
  • VELAR velar
  • VELLUM vitellino
  • VELOCITY velocitate
  • VELVET villuto
  • VELVETEEN villuto de coton
  • VENAL *venal
  • VEND vender
  • VENDETTA *vendetta
  • VENDING MACHINE (machina) venditor
  • VENDOR venditor
  • VENEER n folio de ligno; v incrustar de ligno ornamental
  • VENERABLE venerabile
  • VENERATE venerar
  • VENERATION veneration
  • VENEREAL veneree
  • VENEREAL-DISEASE maladia veneree
  • VENETIAN BLIND jalousie
  • VENGEANCE vindicantia, vengiantia
  • VENGEFUL vengiative
  • VENIAL venial
  • VENICE Venetia
  • VENOM veneno
  • VENOMOUS venenose
  • VENT n (opening) apertura, orificio; (of a coat) fissura posterior; v dar libere curso a, discargar, emitter
  • VENTILATE ventilar
  • VENTILATION ventilation
  • VENTILATOR ventilator
  • VENTRICLE ventriculo
  • VENTRILOQUIST ventriloquo
  • VENTURE n interprisa riscose; v aventurar
  • VENUE loco de reunion
  • VENUS Venere
  • VERACITY veridicitate
  • VERANDA veranda
  • VERB verbo
  • VERBAL verbal
  • VERBATIM parola pro parola
  • VERBIAGE verbositate
  • VERBOSE verbose
  • VERDICT verdicto
  • VERDURE verdura
  • VERGE bordo; ON THE - OF al bordo de
  • VERGE-ON toccar a
  • VERGER sacristano
  • VERIFICATION verification
  • VERIFY verificar
  • VERITABLE autentic, ver
  • VERMIN vermina
  • VERMOUTH vermut
  • VERNACULAR lingua vulgar
  • VERSATILE versatile
  • VERSATILITY versatilitate
  • VERSE verso
  • VERSED IN versate in
  • VERSION version
  • VERSUS contra
  • VERTEBRA vertebra
  • VERTEBRATE adj. vertebrate; n vertebrato
  • VERTICAL vertical, a plumbo
  • VERTIGO vertigine
  • VERVE verve
  • VERY adj autentic, mesme, ver; adv multo
  • VERY-BEST optime
  • VESPERS vesperas
  • VESSEL (container) vasculo, vaso; (ship) vascello
  • VEST (waistcoat) gilet; (woman's) camisola; (undershirt) subcamisa
  • VESTED INTEREST interesse acquirite
  • VESTIBULE vestibulo
  • VESTIGE vestigio, tracia
  • VESTMENT vestimento
  • VESTRY sacristia
  • VET v controlar, examinar
  • VETERAN adj veteran; n veterano
  • VETERINARY veterinari
  • VETERINARY-SURGEON veterinario
  • VETO n veto; v poner su veto a
  • VEX enoiar, vexar
  • VEXATION vexation
  • VEXATIOUS vexatori
  • VIA via
  • VIABLE viabile
  • VIADUCT viaducto
  • VIBRANT vibrante
  • VIBRATE vibrar
  • VIBRATING vibrante, palpitante
  • VIBRATION vibration
  • VIBRATOR vibrator
  • VICAR (Anglican) parocho; (Roman Catholic) vicario
  • VICARAGE presbyterio
  • VICARIOUS vicari
  • VICE (evil) vitio; (tool) tenalia; (as prefix) vice-
  • VICE-VERSA vice versa
  • VICINITY vicinitate
  • VICIOUS (wicked) vitiose, perverse; (cruel) cruel, atroce
  • VICIOUS-CIRCLE circulo vitiose
  • VICIOUSNESS perversitate, *vitiositate
  • VICTIM victima; (of an accident) *sinistrato
  • VICTIMIZATION represalias
  • VICTIMIZE prender represalias contra
  • VICTOR victor, vincitor
  • VICTORIAN adj *victorian; n *victoriano
  • VICTORIOUS victoriose
  • VICTORY victoria
  • VIDEO-TAPE banda magnetic *video
  • VIE rivalisar
  • VIETNAM *Vietnam
  • VIETNAMESE *vietnamese
  • VIEW n (gentile.) vista; (landscape) panorama; (opinion) opinion; v vider, examinar, inspectar; IN - OF in vista de
  • VIEWER spectator; (of television) *telespectator
  • VIEWFINDER *visor
  • VIEWPOINT puncto de vista
  • VIGIL vigilia
  • VIGILANCE vigilantia
  • VIGILANT vigilante
  • VIGO(U)R vigor, energia
  • VIGOROUS vigorose, energic
  • VIKING *viking
  • VILE infame, vil
  • VILENESS vilitate
  • VILIFICATION denigration, vilification
  • VILIFY vilificar
  • VILLA (Roman etc.) villa
  • VILLAGE village
  • VILLAGER habitante de un village
  • VILLAIN scelerato, villano
  • VILLAINOUS scelerate
  • VILLAINY villania
  • VIM energia, vigor
  • VINDICATE justificar
  • VINDICATIDN justification
  • VINDICTIVE vengiative, vindicative, rancorose
  • VINDICTIVENESS spirito de vengiantia, rancor
  • VINE vite
  • VINEGAR n vinagre
  • VINEYARD vinia
  • VINTAGE vendemia
  • VINYL *vinyl
  • VIOLA viola
  • VIOLATE violar, infringer
  • VIOLATION violation
  • VIOLENCE violentia
  • VIOLENT violente
  • VIOLET adj violette; n (flower) viola; (colour) violetto
  • VIOLIN violino
  • VIOLINIST violinista
  • VIPER vipera
  • VIRGIN adj/n virgine
  • VIRGINITY virginitate
  • VIRGO Virgine
  • VIRILE viril
  • VIRILITY virilitate
  • VIRTUAL virtual
  • VIRTUE virtute
  • VIRTUOSO virtuoso
  • VIRTUOUS virtuose
  • VIRULENT virulente
  • VIRUS virus
  • VISA visa
  • VISCOUNT viceconte
  • VISCOUS viscose
  • VISIBILITY visibilitate
  • VISIBLE visibile
  • VISION vision, viso
  • VISIONARY adj visionari, phantastic; n visionario, phantasta
  • VISIT n visita; v visitar
  • VISITOR visitator, visitante
  • VISTA perspectiva, prospecto
  • VISTULA Vistula, Wisla
  • VISUAL visual
  • VISUALIZE facer se le imagine de
  • VITAL (essential) capital, essential; (relative to life) vital
  • VITALITY vitalitate
  • VITAMIN vitamina
  • VITREOUS vitrose
  • VIVA VOCE examine oral
  • VIVACIOUS vivace
  • VIVACITY vivacitate, animation
  • VIVID vivide
  • VIVIDNESS intensitate, vivacitate
  • VIVISECTION vivisection
  • VIXEN vulpe feminin
  • VOCABULARY vocabulario
  • VOCAL vocal; - CHORD5 chordas vocal
  • VOCALIST cantator; (fem.) cantatrice
  • VOCATION vocation, profession
  • VOCIFEROUS vociferante
  • VODKA vodka
  • VOGUE voga
  • VOICE n voce; v exprimer; (phon.) *sonorisar
  • VOID adj nulle, casse; n vacuo
  • VOLAPUK volapuk
  • VOLATILE volatile
  • VOLCANIC vulcanic
  • VOLCANO vulcano
  • VOLITION volition
  • VOLLEY salva
  • VOLT volt
  • VOLTAGE voltage
  • VOLTMETER voltimetro
  • VOLUBLE volubile
  • VOLUME volumine; (book) tomo
  • VOLUMINOUS voluminose
  • VOLUNTARILY sponte, voluntarimente
  • VOLUNTARY adj voluntari
  • VOLUNTEER voluntario
  • VOLUPTUOUS voluptuari, voluptuose
  • VOLUPTUOUSNESS voluptuositate
  • VOMIT n vomito; v vomitar
  • VORACIOUS vorace
  • VORTEX vortice
  • VOTE n voto, scrutinio; (individual's) suffragio; v votar; CASTING A - voto decisive/preponderante
  • VOTE-DOWN repeller per votation
  • VOTE-OF-CENSURE motion de censura
  • VOTE-OF-CONFIDENCE motion/voto de confidentia
  • VOTE-OF-THANKS voto de gratia
  • VOTER votante, elector
  • VOTING votation
  • VOTING-PAPER ballotta, scheda de votation
  • VOUCH FOR responder (de un cosa, pro un persona)
  • VOUCHER bono, pecia justificative
  • VOW n voto; v votar
  • VOWEL vocal
  • VOYAGE n viage (marin); v viagiar (per mar)
  • VOYAGER viagiator
  • VULCANIZE vulcanisar
  • VULGAR (of the people) vulgar; (in poor taste) de mal gusto, trivial
  • VULGARITY (commonness) vulgaritate; (poor taste) mal gusto, trivialitate
  • VULNERABILITY vulnerabilitate
  • VULNERABLE vulnerabile
  • VULTURE vulture
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