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  • 1 roll call

    roll call
    [r'oul kɔ:l] n 1 chamada. 2 toque para reunir.
    ————————
    roll call
    chamada de alunos, recrutas, etc.

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  • 2 roll-call

    noun (an act of calling names from a list, to find out if anyone is missing eg in a prison or school class.) chamada

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  • 3 roll call

    chamada

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  • 4 roll\ call

    chamada, toque de reunir

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  • 5 roll-call

    noun (an act of calling names from a list, to find out if anyone is missing eg in a prison or school class.) chamada

    English-Portuguese (Brazil) dictionary > roll-call

  • 6 call

    [ko:l] 1. verb
    1) (to give a name to: My name is Alexander but I'm called Sandy by my friends) chamar.
    2) (to regard (something) as: I saw you turn that card over - I call that cheating.) chamar
    3) (to speak loudly (to someone) to attract attention etc: Call everyone over here; She called louder so as to get his attention.) chamar
    4) (to summon; to ask (someone) to come (by letter, telephone etc): They called him for an interview for the job; He called a doctor.) chamar
    5) (to make a visit: I shall call at your house this evening; You were out when I called.) visitar
    6) (to telephone: I'll call you at 6 p.m.) telefonar
    7) ((in card games) to bid.) apostar
    2. noun
    1) (an exclamation or shout: a call for help.) grito
    2) (the song of a bird: the call of a blackbird.) canto
    3) (a (usually short) visit: The teacher made a call on the boy's parents.) visita
    4) (the act of calling on the telephone: I've just had a call from the police.) chamada
    5) ((usually with the) attraction: the call of the sea.) apelo
    6) (a demand: There's less call for coachmen nowadays.) procura
    7) (a need or reason: You've no call to say such things!) razão
    - calling
    - call-box
    - call for
    - call off
    - call on
    - call up
    - give someone a call
    - give a call
    - on call
    * * *
    [kɔ:l] n 1 grito, clamor, brado, berro. 2 grito ou voz (de animais), pio, latido. 3 chamariz, reclamo, chama (para atrair aves). 4 convite, solicitação, intimação, pedido. 5 chamado, chamamento, apelo. 6 Eccl chamamento divino, vocação. she decided that she must answer the call and become a nun / ela decidiu que precisa responder ao chamado de Deus e tornar-se freira. 7 visita breve. 8 telefonema, ligação telefônica. there was a call for you / tinha uma ligação telefônica para você. 9 Brit Jur admissão ao foro como advogado. 10 Com a opção de compra, direito de resgate de dívida. • vt+vi 1 chamar(-se). 2 denominar, intitular, apelidar, dar o nome de. the month is called July after Julius Caesar / o mês chama-se julho em homenagem a Júlio César. 3 qualificar, classificar. I call that truly kind / acho isso realmente amável. 4 citar, mencionar. 5 nomear, designar. what do you call pencil in Portuguese? / que quer dizer pencil em português? 6 pedir para vir, mandar vir. 7 reclamar o pagamento de. 8 invocar, apelar para, recorrer a. 9 fazer a chamada de. 10 atrair (aves, com chamariz). 11 reclamar, exigir a presença de. 12 proclamar. the banns were called / foi feito o proclama, o casamento foi anunciado. 13 fazer entrar em discussão (caso no foro). 14 visitar, entrar de passagem. 15 telefonar, chamar ao telefone. 16 poker pagar para ver as cartas. 17 bridge fazer um lance. 18 baseball terminar o jogo (por causas acidentais). 19 soar para a chamada (corneta, etc.). 20 apregoar (mercadorias). 21 Jur admitir no foro como advogado. 22 Comp chamar o arquivo. 23 tirar a sorte com uma moeda para decidir quem começa um jogo. 24 Amer exigir pagamento imediato ou em uma data específica. an overseas call uma ligação telefônica internacional. a person-to-person phone call ligação telefônica de pessoa para pessoa. call it a day! coll vamos dar por encerrado! call-money, money at call empréstimo exigível a qualquer momento. call of nature Euphem necessidade de urinar ou defecar. call to arms convocação às armas. call to the bar admissão a advogado no foro. collect call ligação telefônica a cobrar. he calls a spade a spade ele dá nomes aos bois. I called the whole street coll percorri toda a rua de porta em porta. long-distance call chamada interurbana. on call pronto para atender, principalmente em casos de emergência. please call me tomorrow at six o’clock faça o favor de acordar-me amanhã às 6 horas. port of call porto de escala. postman’s call vinda do carteiro. roll call chamada de alunos, recrutas, etc. telephone call telefonema. the postman has called o carteiro esteve aqui. there is no call for não há procura para. there is no call for you to be rude / não há motivo para você ser tão rude. to be called upon to ser obrigado a (fazer alguma coisa). I was called upon to help / pediram-me que ajudasse. to be within call 1 estar perto de alguém, estar ao alcance da voz. 2 estar às ordens de alguém, estar à disposição. to call a halt fazer parar, opor-se a. to call a meeting convocar uma reunião. to call aside chamar à parte. to call a strike convocar trabalhadores para a greve. to call at 1 visitar, entrar ou visitar de passagem, vir ou comparecer. may I call at your house? / permite-me visitá-lo? 2 passar, fazer paragem em. the ship called at Liverpool / o navio aportou em Liverpool. 3 Naut tocar em, fazer escala por. to call attention to chamar a atenção para. may I call your attention to / permita-me chamar-lhe a atenção para. to call away 1 afastar, chamar de volta para. 2 desviar, distrair (a atenção). to call back 1 mandar voltar, chamar de volta, pedir que volte. 2 visitar novamente, telefonar novamente. 3 retornar um chamado telefônico. to call collect fazer um telefonema a cobrar. to call down 1 mandar descer, pedir que desça. 2 invocar. he called down curses upon me / ele invocou a ira do céu contra mim. 3 Amer coll ralhar, repreender. to call for 1 pedir os serviços de. 2 chamar à cena (atores). 3 pedir, requerer demandar, exigir. your criticism was not called for / ninguém pediu sua opinião. 4 perguntar por. 5 ir buscar alguém, mandar chamar alguém. to call forth 1 fazer surgir, trazer à tona, inspirar. to call in 1 mandar entrar, pedir que entre. 2 convocar, consultar, pedir conselho, auxílio a. 3 retirar, recolher (dinheiro de circulação). 4 sacar uma quantia, cobrar (dívidas). 5 visitar de passagem. to call in question 1 pôr em dúvida, duvidar. 2 chamar para exame, para argüição. to call into being criar, dar existência a. to call into play efetuar, fazer operar, realizar. to call it quits coll parar ou terminar uma relação. to call off 1 revogar, mandar voltar. 2 desviar, distrair. 3 dissuadir. 4 cancelar. to call on 1 invocar, apelar, recorrer. 2 pagar uma visita, visitar de passagem. I called on her at her house / visitei-a. 3 pedir explicações. 4 reclamar, exigir pagamento. to call one’s bluff desmascarar. she called his bluff and he admitted he was lying / ela o desmascarou e ele confessou que estava mentindo. to call one’s hand or trump mostrar o jogo. to call one’s own possuir, considerar como de sua propriedade. I have nothing to call my own / não possuo nada que possa chamar meu. to call out 1 gritar, berrar, vociferar. 2 desafiar, provocar (para um duelo). 3 chamar, fazer a chamada de, citar (para fazer algum serviço). 4 evocar. 5 Amer coll convidar para dançar. to call over ler (uma lista) em voz alta, fazer a chamada de. to call someone names descompor, xingar ou injuriar alguém, dizer palavras injuriosas a alguém. to call the roll fazer a chamada (de alunos, soldados, etc.). to call the shots coll ser responsável, mandar. to call to account pedir explicações, pedir contas. to call to mind trazer à lembrança, recordar-se. to call up 1 mandar subir. 2 evocar, trazer à lembrança, lembrar, recordar. 3 telefonar. 4 citar, intimar. 5 instigar fazer falar. 6 fazer entrar em ação ou discussão. 7 Comp instruir o computador para apresentar informação. 8 exigir pagamento de. to call upon 1 recorrer a, apelar para, rogar a. I called upon him for advice / fui pedir-lhe um conselho. 2 visitar, ir ver alguém. to give someone a call chamar, telefonar a alguém. to have first call ter prioridade. he has first call on his daughter’s time / ele tem prioridade no horário (tempo) da sua filha.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > call

  • 7 roll

    I 1. [rəul] noun
    1) (anything flat (eg a piece of paper, a carpet) rolled into the shape of a tube, wound round a tube etc: a roll of kitchen foil; a toilet-roll.) rolo
    2) (a small piece of baked bread dough, used eg for sandwiches: a cheese roll.) pãozinho
    3) (an act of rolling: Our dog loves a roll on the grass.) viradela
    4) (a ship's action of rocking from side to side: She said that the roll of the ship made her feel ill.) balanço
    5) (a long low sound: the roll of thunder.) trovão
    6) (a thick mass of flesh: I'd like to get rid of these rolls of fat round my waist.) papo
    7) (a series of quick beats (on a drum).) rufo
    2. verb
    1) (to move by turning over like a wheel or ball: The coin/pencil rolled under the table; He rolled the ball towards the puppy; The ball rolled away.) rolar
    2) (to move on wheels, rollers etc: The children rolled the cart up the hill, then let it roll back down again.) rolar
    3) (to form (a piece of paper, a carpet) into the shape of a tube by winding: to roll the carpet back.) enrolar
    4) ((of a person or animal in a lying position) to turn over: The doctor rolled the patient (over) on to his side; The dog rolled on to its back.) virar(-se)
    5) (to shape (clay etc) into a ball or cylinder by turning it about between the hands: He rolled the clay into a ball.) moldar
    6) (to cover with something by rolling: When the little girl's dress caught fire, they rolled her in a blanket.) envolver
    7) (to make (something) flat or flatter by rolling something heavy over it: to roll a lawn; to roll pastry (out).) alisar com rolo
    8) ((of a ship) to rock from side to side while travelling forwards: The storm made the ship roll.) balançar
    9) (to make a series of low sounds: The thunder rolled; The drums rolled.) reboar
    10) (to move (one's eyes) round in a circle to express fear, surprise etc.) revirar
    11) (to travel in a car etc: We were rolling along merrily when a tyre burst.) rodar
    12) ((of waves, rivers etc) to move gently and steadily: The waves rolled in to the shore.) fluir
    13) ((of time) to pass: Months rolled by.) passar
    - rolling
    - roller-skate
    3. verb
    (to move on roller-skates: You shouldn't roller-skate on the pavement.) andar de patins
    - roll in
    - roll up
    II
    (a list of names, eg of pupils in a school etc: There are nine hundred pupils on the roll.) registo de matrículas
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    [roul] n 1 rolo (de arame, papel, etc.), qualquer coisa enrolada. 2 cilindro ou qualquer forma aproximadamente cilíndrica. 3 movimento de rotação, ondulação, agitação. 4 rufar de tambor. 5 ribombar do trovão ou de artilharia. 6 ação de rolar. 7 manobra em que o avião dá uma volta completa em torno de seu eixo longitudinal, mantendo a posição horizontal de vôo. 8 lista, rol, catálogo, registro, relação. he called the rolls / ele procedeu à leitura dos nomes, fez a chamada. 9 pãozinho, pão francês. 10 sl maço de notas ou cédulas, dinheiro. 11 rolls atas, anais, crônica, anuário. 12 fardo. 13 ritmo, cadência (linguagem, poesia). 14 encrespamento das ondas do mar. • vt 1 a) rolar. b) fazer rolar. 2 enrolar, dar forma de rolo a. 3 passar suavemente, deslizar (tempo). 4 girar, revolver. 5 agitar, balançar (navio). 6 ondular, flutuar. 7 aplainar, laminar, calandrar. 8 preparar massas alimentícias com o rolo. 9 aplicar cor, por meio de um rolo. 10 ribombar (trovão). 11 rufar (tambor). 12 Amer sl roubar pessoa alcoolizada ou indefesa. 13 ressoar, vibrar (órgão). 14 coll possuir em abundância. 15 correr (rio), fluir. 16 rodar (carro). 17 gingar, menear, bambolear. 18 trinar, gorjear. 19 enfaixar, envolver. 20 encrespar-se (ondas). 21 transportar em carro (ou outro veículo de rodas). 22 começar a operar (câmera), rodar. 23 jogar (dados). 24 Mus arpejar. heads will roll cabeças vão rolar, punições severas vão acontecer (com perda de cargos). pay roll folha de pagamento to be rolling in a) coll chegar em grande número ou quantidade. b) ter em grande quantidade, estar "nadando" em. to roll back a) reduzir (preço). b) recuar, ir para trás. to roll in the aisles morrer de rir.. to roll in the hay sl praticar sexo. to roll in wealth nadar em dinheiro. to roll out a) estender. b) levantar-se da cama. c) produzir em grande quantidade. to roll out the red carpet for receber com a máxima hospitalidade. to roll up a) enrolar. b) fazer recuar (inimigo). c) chegar, vir. to roll up one’s sleeves arregaçar as mangas, preparar-se para entrar em ação. to strike off the rolls riscar da lista, desclassificar, expulsar.

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  • 8 roll

    I 1. [rəul] noun
    1) (anything flat (eg a piece of paper, a carpet) rolled into the shape of a tube, wound round a tube etc: a roll of kitchen foil; a toilet-roll.) rolo
    2) (a small piece of baked bread dough, used eg for sandwiches: a cheese roll.) pãozinho
    3) (an act of rolling: Our dog loves a roll on the grass.) enrodilhada
    4) (a ship's action of rocking from side to side: She said that the roll of the ship made her feel ill.) balanço, jogo
    5) (a long low sound: the roll of thunder.) rebôo
    6) (a thick mass of flesh: I'd like to get rid of these rolls of fat round my waist.) rolo
    7) (a series of quick beats (on a drum).) rufo
    2. verb
    1) (to move by turning over like a wheel or ball: The coin/pencil rolled under the table; He rolled the ball towards the puppy; The ball rolled away.) rolar
    2) (to move on wheels, rollers etc: The children rolled the cart up the hill, then let it roll back down again.) rolar
    3) (to form (a piece of paper, a carpet) into the shape of a tube by winding: to roll the carpet back.) enrolar
    4) ((of a person or animal in a lying position) to turn over: The doctor rolled the patient (over) on to his side; The dog rolled on to its back.) virar(-se)
    5) (to shape (clay etc) into a ball or cylinder by turning it about between the hands: He rolled the clay into a ball.) enrolar
    6) (to cover with something by rolling: When the little girl's dress caught fire, they rolled her in a blanket.) enrolar
    7) (to make (something) flat or flatter by rolling something heavy over it: to roll a lawn; to roll pastry (out).) alisar com rolo
    8) ((of a ship) to rock from side to side while travelling forwards: The storm made the ship roll.) balançar
    9) (to make a series of low sounds: The thunder rolled; The drums rolled.) reboar
    10) (to move (one's eyes) round in a circle to express fear, surprise etc.) rolar os olhos
    11) (to travel in a car etc: We were rolling along merrily when a tyre burst.) rodar
    12) ((of waves, rivers etc) to move gently and steadily: The waves rolled in to the shore.) rolar
    13) ((of time) to pass: Months rolled by.) correr
    - rolling - roller-skate 3. verb
    (to move on roller-skates: You shouldn't roller-skate on the pavement.) andar de patim
    - roll in - roll up II
    (a list of names, eg of pupils in a school etc: There are nine hundred pupils on the roll.) lista

    English-Portuguese (Brazil) dictionary > roll

  • 9 call the roll

    fazer a chamada

    English-Portuguese dictionary of military terminology > call the roll

  • 10 to call the roll

    to call the roll
    fazer a chamada (de alunos, soldados, etc.).

    English-Portuguese dictionary > to call the roll

  • 11 on

    [on] 1. preposition
    1) (touching, fixed to, covering etc the upper or outer side of: The book was lying on the table; He was standing on the floor; She wore a hat on her head.) em cima de
    2) (in or into (a vehicle, train etc): We were sitting on the bus; I got on the wrong bus.) em
    3) (at or during a certain day, time etc: on Monday; On his arrival, he went straight to bed.) em
    4) (about: a book on the theatre.) sobre
    5) (in the state or process of: He's on holiday.) em/de
    6) (supported by: She was standing on one leg.) em.
    7) (receiving, taking: on drugs; on a diet.) a fazer/tomar
    8) (taking part in: He is on the committee; Which detective is working on this case?) em
    9) (towards: They marched on the town.) em direcção a
    10) (near or beside: a shop on the main road.) em
    11) (by means of: He played a tune on the violin; I spoke to him on the telephone.) em/por
    12) (being carried by: The thief had the stolen jewels on him.) com
    13) (when (something is, or has been, done): On investigation, there proved to be no need to panic.) ao ser (investigado)
    14) (followed by: disaster on disaster.) sobre
    2. adverb
    1) ((especially of something being worn) so as to be touching, fixed to, covering etc the upper or outer side of: She put her hat on.) em
    2) (used to show a continuing state etc, onwards: She kept on asking questions; They moved on.) continuamente
    3) (( also adjective) (of electric light, machines etc) working: The television is on; Turn/Switch the light on.) em funcionamento
    4) (( also adjective) (of films etc) able to be seen: There's a good film on at the cinema this week.) em exibição
    5) (( also adjective) in or into a vehicle, train etc: The bus stopped and we got on.) em
    3. adjective
    1) (in progress: The game was on.) a decorrer
    2) (not cancelled: Is the party on tonight?) vai haver
    - ongoing
    - onwards
    - onward
    - be on to someone
    - be on to
    - on and on
    - on time
    - on to / onto
    * * *
    [ɔn] adj posto, colocado. • adv 1 sobre, por cima de. 2 em diante, a partir de. 3 adiante, para a frente. 4 em andamento, em ação. 5 na direção. • prep 1 sobre, em cima de. 2 em. 3 no, nos, na, nas. 4 para o. 5 por meio de. 6 a respeito de. 7 perto. 8 junto a. 9 conforme. 10 durante. 11 em acréscimo a. 12 na direção de. 13 coll às custas de. and so on e assim por diante. come on! venha, vamos. far on in years de idade avançada. from that day on daquele dia em diante. go on! continue, prossiga. he is always on about her coll ele não pára de falar nela. he is on ele está embriagado. hold on! segure-se. later on mais tarde. on and off de vez em quando. on and on sem parar, ininterruptamente. on board a bordo. on call a chamado. on close no fechamento. on condition that sob a condição de. on duty a serviço, de plantão. on fire em chamas. on foot a pé. on Friday next week na sexta-feira da próxima semana. on purpose de propósito. on the contrary ao contrário. on the right/ left à direita/esquerda. on the river à margem do rio. on the rocks com gelo. on the telephone ao telefone. on time na hora. she’s always on sl ela está sempre ligada. the light is on a luz está acesa. they got on a bus eles subiram no ônibus. they greeted us on their arrival saudaram-nos por ocasião de sua chegada. to be on a cloud coll estar muito feliz. to be on one’s ass sl estar numa pior. to be on roll coll ter muito sucesso. to be on someone’s back sl a) pegar no pé de alguém. b) depender de alguém. to get on in life progredir na vida. to have a lot on coll ter muito o que fazer. to look on olhar, assistir (a um jogo). to march on prosseguir marchando. who is on the committee? quem está no comitê?

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  • 12 pay

    [pei] 1. past tense, past participle - paid; verb
    1) (to give (money) to (someone) in exchange for goods, services etc: He paid $5 for the book.) pagar
    2) (to return (money that is owed): It's time you paid your debts.) pagar
    3) (to suffer punishment (for): You'll pay for that remark!) pagar
    4) (to be useful or profitable (to): Crime doesn't pay.) compensar
    5) (to give (attention, homage, respect etc): Pay attention!; to pay one's respects.) dar
    2. noun
    (money given or received for work etc; wages: How much pay do you get?) ordenado
    - payee
    - payment
    - pay-packet
    - pay-roll
    - pay back
    - pay off
    - pay up
    - put paid to
    * * *
    pay1
    [pei] n 1 pagamento, paga, remuneração. 2 salário, ordenado, soldo. 3 recompensa, retribuição. 4 pagador (no sentido da pessoa que cumpre bem ou mal a obrigação de pagar). he is a good pay / ele é bom pagador. • vt+vi (ps and pp paid) 1 pagar: a) remunerar. I was paid the sum / a importância me foi paga. b) satisfazer um débito. it has been paid for / já está pago. c) dar em troca de compras efetuadas. I’ll pay for the dinner / pagarei o jantar. d) recompensar, gratificar. e) expiar. f) retribuir. g) retaliar. he shall pay for this / ele pagará por isso. we paid him in his own coin / pagamo-lo com a mesma moeda. h) compensar. it doesn’t pay / não vale a pena, não compensa. 2 dar lucros. it did not pay a penny / não rendeu nada. 3 ser rendoso ou proveitoso. 4 dar, prestar (atenção, cumprimentos, respeito). 5 coll punir. in the pay of ao serviço de. to pay a call coll ir ao banheiro. to pay attention prestar atenção. to pay a visit retribuir uma visita. to pay away a) desembolsar, gastar. b) Naut arriar a âncora ou as amarras. to pay back a) restituir, devolver. b) vingar-se, pagar na mesma moeda. to pay court cortejar. to pay dearly fig pagar caro. he had to pay dearly for it / custou-lhe muito caro. to pay down pagar de entrada. to pay in depositar. to pay off a) pagar, remunerar. b) pagar integralmente, saldar, liquidar (dívidas). c) subornar (para manter em silêncio). d) revidar, vingar-se. e) ter sucesso. f) acertar as contas com (pagar e despedir). g) deixar desenrolar (cabo, corda, etc.). h) Naut virar a sotavento. i) Naut cair a sotavento. to pay one’s dues conseguir alguma coisa com muito esforço ou sofrimento. to pay one’s way pagar as próprias despesas, sem contrair dívidas. to pay out a) despender, pagar. b) fazer ajuste de contas. c) coll punir, castigar, vingar-se. to pay up a) saldar, liquidar. b) pagar as custas, expiar. well-paid bem pago, bem remunerado.
    ————————
    pay2
    [pei] vt (ps and pp payed) Naut embrear.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > pay

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