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disparate

  • 1 disparate

    dis.pa.rate
    [d'ispərit] (usualmente no pl) n coisas incompatíveis, disparates. • adj desigual, díspar, diferente, discrepante, dessemelhante, que não se pode comparar.

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  • 2 disparate task force

    FT de constituição variada

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  • 3 folly

    ['foli]
    plural - follies; noun
    (foolishness: the follies of youth.) loucura
    * * *
    fol.ly
    [f'ɔli] n (pl follies) 1 loucura, insensatez, doidice, tolice. 2 ato próprio de louco, asneira, leviandade, desatino, disparate. 3 aventura insensata, grande extravagância. 4 construção dispendiosa e considerada inútil. a piece of folly asneira, disparate.

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  • 4 a piece of folly

    a piece of folly
    asneira, disparate.

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  • 5 absurdity

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    ab.surd.i.ty
    [əbs'ə:diti] n absurdidade.

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  • 6 atrocity

    [ə'trosəti]
    noun (an extremely cruel and wicked act: The invading army committed many atrocities.) atrocidade
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    a.troc.i.ty
    [ətr'ɔsiti] n 1 atrocidade, crueldade, perversidade. 2 brutalidade, ação atroz ou desumana, bestialidade. 3 coll erro grande, disparate, sandice.

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  • 7 bull

    [bul]
    1) (the male of the ox family and of the whale, walrus, elephant etc.) touro
    2) (a bull's-eye.) mosca
    - bullfight
    - bullfighter
    - bullring
    - bull's-eye
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    bull1
    [bul] n 1 touro. 2 macho de elefante, baleia e outros grandes animais. 3 especulador da bolsa. 4 Amer sl policial, detetive. 5 Amer bobagem, conversa tola 6 Bull Astr constelação do Touro. • vt+vi 1 especular na bolsa. 2 produzir alta na bolsa. 3 mugir (a vaca no cio). • adj 1 macho. 2 como touro, forte, grande, bravo. 3 relativo à alta de preços na bolsa. he took the bull by the horns fig ele enfrentou a dificuldade. like a bull in a china shop fig como um elefante na loja de porcelanas.
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    bull2
    [bul] n bula papal.
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    bull3
    [bul] n disparate, despautério, absurdo.

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  • 8 double-Dutch

    noun (nonsense: You're talking double-Dutch!) disparate
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    dou.ble-Dutch
    [d∧bəl d'∧tʃ] n algaravia incoerente, calão.

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  • 9 drivel

    driv.el
    [dr'ivəl] n 1 baba, saliva. 2 disparate, bobagem, tagarelice, conversa fiada. • vt+vi 1 babar(-se), deitar baba. 2 disparatar, dizer tolices, tagarelar. 3 desperdiçar de forma infantil.

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  • 10 fiddle-faddle

    fid.dle-fad.dle
    [f'idəl fædəl] n bobagem, tolice, disparate.

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  • 11 fiddlesticks

    fid.dle.sticks
    [f'idəlstiks] n absurdo, disparate, bobagem.

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  • 12 flapdoodle

    flap.doo.dle
    [fl'æpdu:dəl] n disparate, tolice, gabolice, bobagem.

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  • 13 flim-flam

    flim-flam
    [fl'imflæm] n 1 disparate, dislate, absurdo, tolice. 2 conversa fiada. 3 impostura, burla, logro, embuste. • vt enganar, ludibriar, trapacear.

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  • 14 flummery

    flum.mer.y
    [fl'∧məri] n 1 papa, ou mingau de aveia, espécie de manjar branco. 2 lisonja grosseira, cumprimento insincero. 3 disparate, frioleira, parvoíce.

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  • 15 footle

    foot.le
    [fu:təl] n tolice, criancice, baboseira, bobagem, tagarelice, disparate. • vt perder o tempo com ninharias, disparatar, portar-se tola ou puerilmente. to footle away coll desperdiçar, jogar fora.

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  • 16 moonshine

    moon.shine
    [m'u:nʃain] n 1 luar. 2 coll fantasia, bobagem, disparate. 3 bebida alcoólica destilada ilegalmente ou de contrabando.

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  • 17 nonsense

    ['nons'ns, ]( American[) -sens]
    (foolishness; foolish words, actions etc; something that is ridiculous: He's talking nonsense; The whole book is a lot of nonsense; What nonsense!) disparate
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    non.sense
    [n'ɔnsəns] n absurdo, contra-senso, besteira. • interj tolice!, bobagem!

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  • 18 piffle

    pif.fle
    [p'ifəl] n sl bobagem, baboseira, disparate. • vi sl dizer disparates.

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  • 19 pure nonsense

    pure non.sense
    [pjuə n'ɔnsens] disparate completo.

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  • 20 rot

    [rot] 1. past tense, past participle - rotted; verb
    (to make or become bad or decayed: The fruit is rotting on the ground; Water rots wood.) apodrecer
    2. noun
    1) (decay: The floorboards are affected by rot.) caruncho
    2) (nonsense: Don't talk rot!) disparate
    - rottenness
    - rotter
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    [rɔt] n 1 podridão, putrefação, deterioração, decomposição. 2 coisa podre ou estragada. 3 qualquer das doenças parasitárias, especialmente das ovelhas, caracterizadas por sarna e emagrecimento: ronha, morrinha, distomatose hepática. 4 sl tolice, asneira, bobagem. • vt+vi 1 apodrecer, putrefazer, deteriorar, decompor, estragar. 2 decair, corromper, tornar-se corrupto, degenerar. 3 fazer apodrecer. 4 macerar (linho). 5 falar asneiras. • interj exclamação de desgosto, irritação: arre! irra! bolas!.

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См. также в других словарях:

  • disparate — [ disparat ] adj. et n. f. • 1655; lat. disparatus « inégal » I ♦ Adj. Qui n est pas en accord, en harmonie avec ce qui l entoure; dont la diversité est choquante. ⇒ discordant, divers, hétéroclite, hétérogène. Couleurs, ornements disparates qui… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • disparate — 1. (di spa ra t ) s. f. Terme vieilli. Incartade, action capricieuse et déraisonnable. •   Quelle disparate je vais faire !, SÉV. 388. •   Ce sont ces disparates là qui font que je vous crains près de moi, MAINTENON Lettre à d Aubigné, 25 oct.… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • disparate — is in regular use in two main meanings, (1) ‘essentially different or diverse in kind’ (disparate cultures, disparate elements, disparate groups, disparate styles) and (2) ‘unequal’ (people of disparate ages / countries of disparate size). The… …   Modern English usage

  • disparate — sustantivo masculino 1. Cosa absurda, equivocada o irreflexiva: No decía más que disparates. Dejar al niño solo ha sido un dis parate. ¡Cómo lo vea por la calle, soy capaz de hacer un dis parate! 2. (no contable) Uso/registro: coloquial. Exceso,… …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • disparate — I adjective aberrant, atypical, clashing, conflicting, contradictory, contrasting, departing from, deviating, different, differentiated, differing, digressive, disagreeing, discordant, discrepant, disproportionate, dissimilar, distinct,… …   Law dictionary

  • disparate — DISPARATE. s. f. Mot emprunté de l Espagnol. Écart, inégalité, manque de rapport ou de suite dans la conduite ou, dans les discours. Quelle disparate! Étrange disparate. Il n y a point de disparates sans inégalités, mais il peut y avoir des… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • Disparate — Dis pa*rate, a. [L. disparatus, p. p. of disparare to part, separate; dis + parare to make ready, prepare.] 1. Unequal; dissimilar; separate. [1913 Webster] Connecting disparate thoughts, purely by means of resemblances in the words expressing… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • disparate — ► ADJECTIVE 1) essentially different in kind; not able to be compared. 2) containing elements very different from one another: a culturally disparate country. DERIVATIVES disparately adverb disparateness noun. ORIGIN from Latin disparare to… …   English terms dictionary

  • disparate — c.1600, unlike in kind, from L. disparatus, pp. of disparare divide, separate, from dis apart (see DIS (Cf. dis )) + parare get ready, prepare (see PARE (Cf. pare)); meaning influenced by L. dispar unequal, unlike. Relat …   Etymology dictionary

  • disparate — s. m. 1. Tolice; despropósito, desatino; absurdo. 2.  [Galicismo] Disparidade. 3.  [Brasil] Grande quantidade …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • disparate — diverse, divergent, *different, various Analogous words: Unconsonant, incompatible, incongruous, discrepant, discordant, inconsistent: *distinct, separate Antonyms: comparable, analogous Contrasted words: similar, *like, parallel …   New Dictionary of Synonyms


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