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  • 1 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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  • 2 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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  • 3 clotted nonsense

    clotted nonsense
    pura besteira.

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  • 4 he stands no nonsense

    he stands no nonsense
    com ele não se brinca.

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  • 5 stuff and nonsense

    stuff and nonsense
    bobagem, besteira.

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  • 6 what nonsense!

    what nonsense!
    que bobagem! que absurdo!

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  • 7 talk sense/nonsense

    (to say sensible, or ridiculous, things: Don't talk nonsense; I do wish you would talk sense.) dizer coisas certas/erradas

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  • 8 talk sense/nonsense

    (to say sensible, or ridiculous, things: Don't talk nonsense; I do wish you would talk sense.) falar sensatamente/bobagem

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  • 9 no-nonsense

    no-non.sense
    [n'ou nɔnsens] adj 1 firme e eficiente. 2 direto.

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  • 10 pure nonsense

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

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  • 11 unutterable nonsense

    un.ut.ter.a.ble non.sense
    [∧n∧tərəbəl n'∧nsəns] n uma incrível bobagem.

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  • 12 bullshit

    ['bulʃit]
    noun, interjection
    ((also bull) (slang) nonsense; lies; exaggeration: That's bullshit!; Bullshit! Do you expect me to believe that?)
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    bull.shit
    [b'ulʃit] n vulg conversa mole ou sem sentido, papo furado.

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  • 13 clot

    [klot] 1. noun
    1) (soft or fluid matter (especially blood) formed into a solid mass: a clot of blood.) coágulo
    2) (a fool or an idiot.) idiota
    2. verb
    (to form into clots: Most people's blood clots easily.) coagular
    * * *
    [klɔt] n 1 coágulo, grumo. 2 adj Brit coll tolo, idiota. • vt+vi coagular, formar grumos. clot of blood coágulo de sangue. clotted cream nata azeda. clotted milk coalhada. clotted nonsense pura besteira.

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  • 14 delirious

    [di'liriəs]
    1) (wandering in the mind and talking complete nonsense (usually as a result of fever): The sick man was delirious and nothing he said made sense.) delirante
    2) (wild with excitement: She was delirious with happiness at the news.) delirante
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    de.lir.i.ous
    [dil'iriəs] adj 1 delirante, delirioso: que delira, que está fora de si, louco excessivo. 2 extremamente excitado e feliz.

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  • 15 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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  • 16 gibberish

    [-riʃ]
    noun (nonsense: His explanations are just gibberish to me.) tolice
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    gib.ber.ish
    [g'ibəriʃ] n linguagem inarticulada.

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  • 17 good

    [ɡud] 1. comparative - better; adjective
    1) (well-behaved; not causing trouble etc: Be good!; She's a good baby.) bom
    2) (correct, desirable etc: She was a good wife; good manners; good English.) bom
    3) (of high quality: good food/literature; His singing is very good.) bom
    4) (skilful; able to do something well: a good doctor; good at tennis; good with children.) bom
    5) (kind: You've been very good to him; a good father.) bom
    6) (helpful; beneficial: Exercise is good for you.; Cheese is good for you.) bom
    7) (pleased, happy etc: I'm in a good mood today.) bom
    8) (pleasant; enjoyable: to read a good book; Ice-cream is good to eat.) bom
    9) (considerable; enough: a good salary; She talked a good deal of nonsense.) bom
    10) (suitable: a good man for the job.) certo
    11) (sound, fit: good health; good eyesight; a car in good condition.) bom
    12) (sensible: Can you think of one good reason for doing that?) bom
    13) (showing approval: We've had very good reports about you.) bom
    14) (thorough: a good clean.) bom
    15) (healthy or in a positive mood: I don't feel very good this morning.) bem
    2. noun
    1) (advantage or benefit: He worked for the good of the poor; for your own good; What's the good of a broken-down car?) bem
    2) (goodness: I always try to see the good in people.) lado bom
    3. interjection
    (an expression of approval, gladness etc.) muito bem
    4. interjection
    ((also my goodness) an expression of surprise etc.) santo Deus!
    - goody
    - goodbye
    - good-day
    - good evening
    - good-for-nothing
    - good humour
    - good-humoured
    - good-humouredly
    - good-looking
    - good morning
    - good afternoon
    - good-day
    - good evening
    - good night
    - good-natured
    - goodwill
    - good will
    - good works
    - as good as
    - be as good as one's word
    - be up to no good
    - deliver the goods
    - for good
    - for goodness' sake
    - good for
    - good for you
    - him
    - Good Friday
    - good gracious
    - good heavens
    - goodness gracious
    - goodness me
    - good old
    - make good
    - no good
    - put in a good word for
    - take something in good part
    - take in good part
    - thank goodness
    - to the good
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    [gud] n 1 bem, benefício, vantagem. 2 o que é bom, justo, útil, coisa boa, gente boa. 3 bem-estar, prosperidade. • adj (compar better, sup best) 1 bom, admirável, desejável. 2 justo, próprio. 3 comportado. 4 benigno, bondoso. 5 sincero, verdadeiro. 6 seguro, certo. 7 real, genuíno. 8 agradável. 9 vantajoso, útil, beneficente. 10 satisfatório, pleno. 11 suficiente, adequado, muito. 12 capaz, eficiente, minucioso. 13 bastante, considerável. 14 devoto, virtuoso. 15 saudável, benéfico, salutar. 16 conveniente, decente. 17 fresco, não deteriorado. 18 válido, corrente (moeda). 19 Com solvente, seguro, idôneo. 20 Law vigorante, em vigor. 21 perfeito, completo. 22 amável, cortês. 23 aceitável, apetitoso. • interj bom! bem! a good deal bastante. a good half mais do que a metade. a good hour bem uma hora. a good many bastante. a good press uma imprensa favorável. a good turn uma mudança para o bem, um obséquio. are you good for $10? será que me podia emprestar $10? as good as done praticamente feito. as good as gold com um coração de ouro. be good enough to do this tenha a bondade de fazer isto. being in good faith ter boa fé. for good (and all) para sempre, definitivamente. for the good of para o bem de. gone for good foi-se definitivamente. good and Amer muito, bem. good and bad bem e mal. good and dry bem seco. good breeding boa educação. good debts dívidas seguras. good fruit frutas frescas. good humour bom humor, amabilidade. good temper jovialidade, serenidade. good title título juridicamente em ordem. have a good time! bom divertimento! he has as good as told me ele me deu a entender. he is good at telling stories ele sabe contar histórias. he is good company ele é bom companheiro. he was as good as his word ele cumpriu com sua palavra. I must make good my promise preciso cumprir minha promessa. in good earnest seriamente. in good faith de boa fé. in good time em tempo, oportunamente, logo. I think it good acho conveniente. it holds good, it stands good é válido. it is a good thing é conveniente. it is good for you fará bem a você, isto é bom para você. it looks good (to me) parece(-me) bom. my good man meu caro senhor. on good authority de fonte segura. that is no good isto não adianta. the good homens de bem. the good of the state o bem do estado. this food looks good esta comida tem bom aspecto. to feel good estar disposto, estar alegre. to have a good mind to do estar bem disposto a fazer. to have a good time divertir-se bastante. to have good health estar com boa saúde. to have good looks ser bonito, ser vistoso. to make good confirmar, demonstrar, executar, cumprir, substituir, compensar. to make good a loss to someone compensar a perda a alguém. to the good além, extra, de sobra. what is it good for? para que serve? what is the good of that? qual é a vantagem disto?

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  • 18 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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  • 19 rubbish

    1) (waste material; things that have been or are to be thrown away: Our rubbish is taken away twice a week; ( also adjective) a rubbish bin/bag.) lixo
    2) (nonsense: Don't talk rubbish!) tolice
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    rub.bish
    [r'∧biʃ] n 1 refugo, entulho, lixo, resíduos, cacos, farrapos, recortes. 2 droga, porcaria, qualquer coisa sem valor. 3 bobagem, asneira, tolice, absurdo, despropósito. • vt criticar, considerar sem valor.

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  • 20 stand

    [stænd] 1. past tense, past participle - stood; verb
    1) (to be in an upright position, not sitting or lying: His leg was so painful that he could hardly stand; After the storm, few trees were left standing.) estar de pé
    2) ((often with up) to rise to the feet: He pushed back his chair and stood up; Some people like to stand (up) when the National Anthem is played.) pôr-se de pé
    3) (to remain motionless: The train stood for an hour outside Newcastle.) permanecer
    4) (to remain unchanged: This law still stands.) manter-se em vigor
    5) (to be in or have a particular place: There is now a factory where our house once stood.) encontrar-se
    6) (to be in a particular state, condition or situation: As matters stand, we can do nothing to help; How do you stand financially?) estar
    7) (to accept or offer oneself for a particular position etc: He is standing as Parliamentary candidate for our district.) candidatar-se
    8) (to put in a particular position, especially upright: He picked up the fallen chair and stood it beside the table.) colocar
    9) (to undergo or endure: He will stand (his) trial for murder; I can't stand her rudeness any longer.) sofrer
    10) (to pay for (a meal etc) for (a person): Let me stand you a drink!) pagar
    2. noun
    1) (a position or place in which to stand ready to fight etc, or an act of fighting etc: The guard took up his stand at the gate; I shall make a stand for what I believe is right.) posição
    2) (an object, especially a piece of furniture, for holding or supporting something: a coat-stand; The sculpture had been removed from its stand for cleaning.) suporte
    3) (a stall where goods are displayed for sale or advertisement.) quiosque
    4) (a large structure beside a football pitch, race course etc with rows of seats for spectators: The stand was crowded.) arquibancada
    5) ((American) a witness box in a law court.) barra das testemunhas
    - standing 3. noun
    1) (time of lasting: an agreement of long standing.) duração
    2) (rank or reputation: a diplomat of high standing.) prestígio
    4. adjective
    ((of an airline passenger or ticket) costing or paying less than the usual fare, as the passenger does not book a seat for a particular flight, but waits for the first available seat.) lista de espera
    5. adverb
    (travelling in this way: It costs a lot less to travel stand-by.) em lista de espera
    - standing-room
    - make someone's hair stand on end
    - stand aside
    - stand back
    - stand by
    - stand down
    - stand fast/firm
    - stand for
    - stand in
    - stand on one's own two feet
    - stand on one's own feet
    - stand out
    - stand over
    - stand up for
    - stand up to
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    [stænd] n 1 parada, pausa, descanso. 2 resistência, defesa. 3 lugar, posto, posição, estação, ponto. 4 plataforma, tribuna, estrado. 5 andaime, suporte, estante. 6 estande: recinto reservado a cada participante de uma exposição. 7 barraca, tenda, banca (de jornais e revistas). 8 grupo de árvores ou plantas. 9 coll loja, local de negócio. 10 Amer banco onde as testemunhas depõem. 11 arquibancada. 12 descanso, suporte. 13 pé, pedestal. • vt+vi (ps, pp stood) 1 estar em pé. 2 ter certa altura quando em pé, medir. 3 levantar, ficar em pé. 4 estar situado ou localizado, encontrar-se. 5 colocar, encostar, pôr em pé. don’t stand the umbrella against the table! / não encoste o guarda-chuva na mesa! 6 estar colocado, ocupar certo lugar ou cargo. 7 manter em certa posição. 8 sustentar. 9 estar, ser, encontrar-se. 10 continuar, permanecer, resistir, oferecer resistência. 11 tolerar, agüentar. I can’t stand him / não o posso tolerar. I can’t stand it any longer / não agüento mais isso. I can’t stand it / não tolero isso. there is no standing her stupidity / ninguém agüenta sua estupidez. 12 juntar-se, acumular-se. 13 durar. 14 sofrer, submeter-se, suportar. 15 custear, pagar. it stands me in eight dollars / coll isso me custa oito dólares. I’ll stand you a bottle / pago-lhe uma garrafa, convido-o para tomar um drinque. 16 manter um certo rumo. 17 parar, paralisar, ficar parado, estagnar. 18 valer, estar em vigor. 19 candidatar-se. he stands for Parliament / ele é candidato ao parlamento. 20 coll dar ou pagar conforme o trato. as it stands, as the case stands, as matters stand como estão as coisas, pela situação atual. and there it stands! basta! está encerrado o assunto! he stands no nonsense com ele não se brinca. he stands out like a sore thumb Amer sl ele chama a atenção (de maneira desagradável). how do we stand? como estamos? qual é a situação? it stands at that (cost) price o preço de custo é este. it stands to reason é plausível, evidente, razoável. stand off! saia de perto! vá embora! stand or fall vitória ou morte! the thermometer stands at 35° o termômetro marca 35°. the things I stand up in o que tenho no corpo (roupa). to be at a stand estar parado, estar perplexo, estar em dúvida, indeciso. to come to a stand chegar a um impasse. to make a stand parar, resistir, oferecer resistência, opor-se. to make a stand for something insistir em alguma coisa, responder por alguma coisa. to take a firm stand ocupar uma posição firme. to take one’s stand tomar posição, colocar-se. to take the stand Jur depor. to stand about ficar à toa, rodear. to stand against oferecer resistência, destacar-se de. to stand a good chance ter boas probabilidades. to stand a comparison poder enfrentar uma comparação. to stand alone estar sozinho, estar sem auxílio, estar em posição isolada. to stand aloof manter-se de lado, afastar-se. to stand aside sair ao caminho, ficar de lado. to stand at attention Mil tomar sentido. to stand back afastar-se, recuar. to stand between estar no caminho, estar no meio. to stand by estar presente, estar ao lado, assistir, estar de prontidão, manter (palavra). to stand by a thing defender uma coisa. to stand by one through thick and thin prestar assistência a outrem em qualquer vicissitude. to stand by one’s word manter sua palavra. to stand by someone assistir alguém, acudir. to stand condemned estar condenado. to stand corrected conformar-se com a pena, reconhecer seu erro. to stand down a) abdicar (em favor de outrem). b) Brit dar baixa (soldados). c) deixar o banco de testemunhas. to stand fast resistir, não ceder. to stand fire resistir à prova (suportar o fogo do inimigo). to stand first ser o primeiro, estar em primeiro lugar. to stand for a) significar, querer dizer. b) pretender. c) ter rumo para, velejar para. d) auxiliar. e) ser responsável por, representar. to stand forth mostrar-se, salientar-se. to stand from Naut vir de, ter rumo de, velejar de. to stand gaping ficar de boca aberta, boquiaberto. to stand godfather (to) ser padrinho (de). to stand good ter valor, estar válido. to stand high ter bom nome, ter boa fama. to stand in a) Naut velejar em direção à terra. b) substituir alguém (serviço). to stand in awe ter temor de. to stand in fear ter medo de. to stand in line ficar na fila. to stand in need of ter necessidade de, precisar. to stand in someone’s way estar no caminho de alguém, atrapalhar alguém, impedir alguém. to stand off ficar de lado, afastar-se, retroceder, retrair-se, recusar-se, protelar (pagamento), Naut ficar ao largo. to stand off from Naut afastar-se de. to stand on basear-se em alguma coisa, contar com alguma coisa. to stand on ceremony fazer cerimônias. to stand on end estar em pé (cabelos). to stand one’s ground manter-se, defender-se, ficar firme, não ceder. to stand on one’s dignity fazer questão da sua dignidade. to stand on one’s head ficar de ponta-cabeça, ficar de pernas para o ar. to stand one’s tackling manter seu ponto de vista. to stand on one’s right insistir em seu direito. to stand on your own two feet ser independente, ser auto-suficiente, andar com as próprias pernas. to stand out salientar-se, distinguir-se, sobressair, resistir, não ceder. to stand out for insistir em. to stand over ficar, sobrar, ficar em atraso, adiar, protelar. to stand pat Amer a) conformar-se, opor-se a mudanças. b) Game não pedir cartas, passar. to stand ready to prontificar-se, dispor-se a. to stand security dar fiança, garantir. to stand someone friend mostrar-se amigo para alguém. to stand someone up faltar a um encontro. to stand something on its head mudar de repente, virar de pernas para o ar. to stand still imobilizar-se, ficar parado. to stand the test (ou a trial) passar a prova. to stand to a) permanecer, manter. b) aderir a. c) apoiar, defender. she stood to him / ela o defendeu. to stand trial ser submetido a julgamento. to stand up a) levantar-se. b) Amer decepcionar, abandonar, deixar na mão. to stand up against levantar-se contra, rebelar-se, lutar contra. to stand up for defender, apoiar, tomar o partido de. to stand upon insistir em, basear-se em. to stand upon one’s guard tomar cuidado, precaver-se. to stand up to encarar, enfrentar. to stand well with dar-se bem com, ter amizade com. what stand do you take? qual é a sua opinião?

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  • NONSENSE — « A piece of nonsense », c’est en anglais courant une bêtise, une absurdité: un «non sens» bien sûr; et pourtant, le terme anglais a une richesse spécifique. Anglais d’abord parce que la langue anglaise en est le lieu sonore d’élection; ainsi les …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Nonsense — es una figura literaria que puede ser en verso o en prosa, que busca generar, juegos de palabras que trasgreden las formas comunes de la sintaxis y la semántica, juegos que resultan extraños, comúnmente humorísticos y absurdos. Literalmente… …   Wikipedia Español

  • nonsense — nonsense, twaddle, drivel, bunk, balderdash, poppycock, gobbledygook, trash, rot, bull are comparable when they mean something said or proposed which is senseless or absurd. Nonsense is the most general of these terms; it may be referred to… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • nonsense — Uses of nonsense as a countable noun (i.e. preceded by a or in the plural) have become common in current use, especially in BrE: • I knew you d make a nonsense of it so I told Wallis to be ready to take over L. Cooper, 1960 • I could only pray… …   Modern English usage

  • Nonsense — Non sense, n. [Pref. non + sense: cf. F. nonsens.] 1. That which is not sense, or has no sense; words, or language, which have no meaning, or which convey no intelligible ideas; absurdity. [1913 Webster] 2. Trifles; things of no importance. [1913 …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • nonsense — index jargon (unintelligible language), platitude Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • nonsense — / nɑnsəns/, it. / nɔnsens/ s. e agg. ingl. [propr. sciocchezza , comp. di non non e sense senso ], usato in ital. come s.m. e agg., invar. ■ s.m. [cosa insensata, assurda e sim.: quello che dici è un n. ] ▶◀ assurdità, insensatezza, nonsenso.… …   Enciclopedia Italiana

  • nonsense — (n.) 1610s, from NON (Cf. non ) + SENSE (Cf. sense); perhaps influenced by Fr. nonsens …   Etymology dictionary

  • nonsense — |nònsénce| s. m. Aquilo que é contrário à razão ou ao bom senso. = ABSURDO   ‣ Etimologia: palavra inglesa …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • nonsense — [n] craziness, ridiculousness absurdity, babble, balderdash*, baloney*, bananas*, bombast, bull*, bunk*, claptrap*, drivel, fatuity, flightiness, folly, foolishness, fun, gibberish, giddiness, hogwash*, hooey*, hot air*, imprudence, inanity,… …   New thesaurus

  • nonsense — ► NOUN 1) words that make no sense. 2) foolish or unacceptable behaviour. 3) an absurd or unthinkable scheme, situation, etc. DERIVATIVES nonsensical adjective nonsensically adverb …   English terms dictionary


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