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  • 1 sign

    1. noun
    1) (a mark used to mean something; a symbol: is the sign for addition.) sinal
    2) (a notice set up to give information (a shopkeeper's name, the direction of a town etc) to the public: road-sign.) letreiro
    3) (a movement (eg a nod, wave of the hand) used to mean or represent something: He made a sign to me to keep still.) sinal
    4) (a piece of evidence suggesting that something is present or about to come: There were no signs of life at the house and he was afraid they were away; Clouds are often a sign of rain.) sinal
    2. verb
    1) (to write one's name (on): Sign at the bottom, please.) assinar
    2) (to write (one's name) on a letter, document etc: He signed his name on the document.) assinar
    3) (to make a movement of the head, hand etc in order to show one's meaning: She signed to me to say nothing.) fazer sinal
    - signpost
    - sign in/out
    - sign up
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    [sain] n 1 sinal, marca. 2 sinal: movimento, gesto. he made the sign of the cross / ele fez o sinal da cruz. 3 quadro (para anunciar), tabuleta. 4 sinal, indício. they looked upon it as a bad sign / acharam que era um mau sinal. 5 indicação. it is a sign of the times / é um sinal dos tempos. 6 traço. he bears the signs of his nationality / ele tem os traços de sua raça, de sua nacionalidade. 7 Astrol signo. 8 distintivo, emblema. 9 símbolo. 10 agouro, presságio. 11 senha. • vt+vi 1 assinar, subscrever. 2 escrever. 3 contratar. 4 aceitar emprego. 5 fazer sinal ou gesto. he signed to him / ele fez-lhe um sinal. 6 rubricar, assinalar, marcar. sign of exclamation sinal de exclamação. sign of interrogation sinal de interrogação. sign of the zodiac signos do zodíaco. to be signed, sealed and delivered Jur estar assinado, selado e consumado. to sign away ceder (propriedade), deixar. to sign in assinar na entrada (hotel, empresa, prédio, etc.) to sign off a) Radio anunciar o final da transmissão. b) assinar demissão de emprego. to sign on a) Radio anunciar o começo de uma irradiação. b) assinar contrato de emprego, de trabalho. to sign out assinar saída (hotel, prédio, etc.). to sign up Amer contratar, registrar.

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  • 2 sign

    1. noun
    1) (a mark used to mean something; a symbol: is the sign for addition.) sinal
    2) (a notice set up to give information (a shopkeeper's name, the direction of a town etc) to the public: road-sign.) tabuleta, placa
    3) (a movement (eg a nod, wave of the hand) used to mean or represent something: He made a sign to me to keep still.) sinal
    4) (a piece of evidence suggesting that something is present or about to come: There were no signs of life at the house and he was afraid they were away; Clouds are often a sign of rain.) sinal
    2. verb
    1) (to write one's name (on): Sign at the bottom, please.) assinar
    2) (to write (one's name) on a letter, document etc: He signed his name on the document.) assinar
    3) (to make a movement of the head, hand etc in order to show one's meaning: She signed to me to say nothing.) fazer sinal
    - signpost - sign in/out - sign up

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  • 3 sign up

    1) (to join an organization or make an agreement to do something etc by writing one's name.) assinar um compromisso
    2) (to engage for work by making a legal contract.) ser contratado

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  • 4 sign up

    1) (to join an organization or make an agreement to do something etc by writing one's name.) inscrever-se
    2) (to engage for work by making a legal contract.) ser contratado

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  • 5 Mark

    1. noun
    1) ((also Deutsche Mark, Deutschmark) the standard unit of German currency before the euro.)
    2) (a point given as a reward for good work etc: She got good marks in the exam.)
    3) (a stain: That spilt coffee has left a mark on the carpet.)
    4) (a sign used as a guide to position etc: There's a mark on the map showing where the church is.)
    5) (a cross or other sign used instead of a signature: He couldn't sign his name, so he made his mark instead.)
    6) (an indication or sign of a particular thing: a mark of respect.)
    2. verb
    1) (to put a mark or stain on, or to become marked or stained: Every pupil's coat must be marked with his name; That coffee has marked the tablecloth; This white material marks easily.)
    2) (to give marks to (a piece of work): I have forty exam-papers to mark tonight.)
    3) (to show; to be a sign of: X marks the spot where the treasure is buried.)
    4) (to note: Mark it down in your notebook.)
    5) ((in football etc) to keep close to (an opponent) so as to prevent his getting the ball: Your job is to mark the centre-forward.)
    - markedly
    - marker
    - marksman
    - marksmanship
    - leave/make one's mark
    - mark out
    - mark time
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    [ma:k] n 1 Marcos. 2 São Marcos. 3 o Evangelho de São Marcos.

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  • 6 mark

    1. noun
    1) ((also Deutsche Mark, Deutschmark) the standard unit of German currency before the euro.)
    2) (a point given as a reward for good work etc: She got good marks in the exam.)
    3) (a stain: That spilt coffee has left a mark on the carpet.)
    4) (a sign used as a guide to position etc: There's a mark on the map showing where the church is.)
    5) (a cross or other sign used instead of a signature: He couldn't sign his name, so he made his mark instead.)
    6) (an indication or sign of a particular thing: a mark of respect.)
    2. verb
    1) (to put a mark or stain on, or to become marked or stained: Every pupil's coat must be marked with his name; That coffee has marked the tablecloth; This white material marks easily.)
    2) (to give marks to (a piece of work): I have forty exam-papers to mark tonight.)
    3) (to show; to be a sign of: X marks the spot where the treasure is buried.)
    4) (to note: Mark it down in your notebook.)
    5) ((in football etc) to keep close to (an opponent) so as to prevent his getting the ball: Your job is to mark the centre-forward.)
    - markedly
    - marker
    - marksman
    - marksmanship
    - leave/make one's mark
    - mark out
    - mark time
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    mark1
    [ma:k] n 1 marca, sinal. 2 símbolo. 3 alvo, mira. 4 escopo, fim, meta. 5 signo. 6 nota escolar. 7 cruz (valendo como assinatura). 8 sintomas. 9 fronteira, limite. 10 rótulo (que indica qualidade ou preço). 11 lugar de saída, partida de uma competição esportiva. • vt+vi 1 marcar, assinalar. 2 distinguir. 3 indicar, designar. 4 selecionar, escolher. 5 prestar atenção, observar, notar. 6 caracterizar, representar. 7 anotar (pontos em jogos como futebol, etc.). 8 tomar nota. 9 observar criticamente. below the mark, not up to the mark abaixo de um dado índice. beside/ wide of the mark alheio ao assunto. man of mark homem ilustre ou famoso. mark my words! ouça o que lhe digo! to feel up to the mark estar em forma. to hit the mark acertar o alvo. to mark out estacar (para construções). to mark with a hot iron a) marcar com ferro em brasa. b) fig estigmatizar, condenar. to toe the mark cumprir o dever.
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    mark2
    [ma:k] n marco: unidade monetária da Alemanha.

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  • 7 mark

    1. noun
    1) ((also Deutsche Mark, Deutschmark) the standard unit of German currency before the euro.)
    2) (a point given as a reward for good work etc: She got good marks in the exam.)
    3) (a stain: That spilt coffee has left a mark on the carpet.)
    4) (a sign used as a guide to position etc: There's a mark on the map showing where the church is.)
    5) (a cross or other sign used instead of a signature: He couldn't sign his name, so he made his mark instead.)
    6) (an indication or sign of a particular thing: a mark of respect.)
    2. verb
    1) (to put a mark or stain on, or to become marked or stained: Every pupil's coat must be marked with his name; That coffee has marked the tablecloth; This white material marks easily.)
    2) (to give marks to (a piece of work): I have forty exam-papers to mark tonight.)
    3) (to show; to be a sign of: X marks the spot where the treasure is buried.)
    4) (to note: Mark it down in your notebook.)
    5) ((in football etc) to keep close to (an opponent) so as to prevent his getting the ball: Your job is to mark the centre-forward.)
    - markedly - marker - marksman - marksmanship - leave/make one's mark - mark out - mark time

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  • 8 witness

    ['witnəs] 1. noun
    1) (a person who has seen or was present at an event etc and so has direct knowledge of it: Someone must have seen the accident but the police can find no witnesses.) testemunha
    2) (a person who gives evidence, especially in a law court.) testemunha
    3) (a person who adds his signature to a document to show that he considers another signature on the document to be genuine: You cannot sign your will without witnesses.) testemunha
    2. verb
    1) (to see and be present at: This lady witnessed an accident at three o'clock this afternoon.) presenciar
    2) (to sign one's name to show that one knows that (something) is genuine: He witnessed my signature on the new agreement.) assinar como testemunha
    - bear witness
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    wit.ness
    [w'itnis] n 1 testemunha. to produce a witness / apresentar uma testemunha. 2 testemunho, prova, evidência, indício. • vt 1 testemunhar, presenciar, ver, assistir a. we witnessed to the truth / nós testemunhamos a verdade. 2 dar fé. 3 atestar, testificar. 4 depor (como testemunha), servir de testemunha. we called/ took him to witness / nós o chamamos para depor. eye witness testemunha. in witness hereof/ whereof em fé disto ou de que. in witness of em testemunho de. they bore witness for ( the deed) eles deram testemunho de, testificaram-no, confirmaram-no. to which witness my hand em prova do que firmo (ou assino). witness for the defence testemunha de defesa. witness for the prosecution testemunha de acusação.

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  • 9 line

    I 1. noun
    1) ((a piece of) thread, cord, rope etc: She hung the washing on the line; a fishing-rod and line.) linha
    2) (a long, narrow mark, streak or stripe: She drew straight lines across the page; a dotted/wavy line.) linha
    3) (outline or shape especially relating to length or direction: The ship had very graceful lines; A dancer uses a mirror to improve his line.) linha
    4) (a groove on the skin; a wrinkle.) ruga
    5) (a row or group of objects or persons arranged side by side or one behind the other: The children stood in a line; a line of trees.) fila
    6) (a short letter: I'll drop him a line.) duas linhas
    7) (a series or group of persons which come one after the other especially in the same family: a line of kings.) linha
    8) (a track or direction: He pointed out the line of the new road; a new line of research.) linha
    9) (the railway or a single track of the railway: Passengers must cross the line by the bridge only.) linha
    10) (a continuous system (especially of pipes, electrical or telephone cables etc) connecting one place with another: a pipeline; a line of communication; All (telephone) lines are engaged.) linha
    11) (a row of written or printed words: The letter contained only three lines; a poem of sixteen lines.) linha
    12) (a regular service of ships, aircraft etc: a shipping line.) companhia
    13) (a group or class (of goods for sale) or a field of activity, interest etc: This has been a very popular new line; Computers are not really my line.) linha
    14) (an arrangement of troops, especially when ready to fight: fighting in the front line.) linha
    2. verb
    1) (to form lines along: Crowds lined the pavement to see the Queen.) alinhar-se
    2) (to mark with lines.) delinear
    - linear - linesman
    - hard lines!
    - in line for
    - in
    - out of line with
    - line up
    - read between the lines
    II verb
    1) (to cover on the inside: She lined the box with newspaper.) forrar
    2) (to put a lining in: She lined the dress with silk.) forrar
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    line1
    [lain] n 1 linha. 2 corda. 3 arame. 4 fila, fileira. 5 alinhamento. 6 via, direção, curso, caminho. 7 equador. 8 plano, desígnio. 9 limite, fronteira. 10 série. 11 ramo de negócio. 12 bilhete, cartinha. 13 linhagem, ascendência. 14 linha, conexão telegráfica ou telefônica. 15 linha de pesca. 16 contorno. 17 ruga, vinco. 18 Mil formação em linha. 19 via férrea. a train was thrown off the line / um trem descarrilou. 20 linha de interesse. 21 Theat fala. 22 Poet verso. 23 linha de produto. 24 sl carreira (de cocaína). 25 lines certidão de casamento. 26 conversa persuasiva. • vt+vi 1 traçar linhas, riscar. 2 alinhar-se, formar em linha, formar fila, enfileirar. a hard line má sorte. all along the line em toda a parte. busy/ engaged line Teleph linha ocupada. drop me a line me escreva, dê notícias. give me a line! Teleph linha, por favor! hold the line Teleph segure a linha, não desligue. hot line linha direta. in line for prestes a. in line with de acordo com. line of conduct linha, norma, forma de vida. line of credit Com limite de crédito. line of fire Mil linha de fogo. off line desligado, desconectado. on/ along the lines of segundo, no teor de, conforme. on line ligado, em operação. the line forças regulares do exército, tropa combatente. time line linha do tempo. to draw the line estabelecer limites. to get a line on obter informações sobre. to keep in line manter em ordem, em linha. to line off demarcar. to line out esboçar. to line through riscar, cancelar. to line up a) arranjar, dispor. b) tomar o lado de. c) colocar-se em fila, em linha. to read between the lines ler nas entrelinhas. to sign on the dotted line concordar plenamente. to toe the line obedecer, aceitar.
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    line2
    [lain] vt revestir, guarnecer, forrar.

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  • 10 scan

    [skæn] 1. past tense, past participle - scanned; verb
    1) (to examine carefully: He scanned the horizon for any sign of a ship.) esquadrinhar
    2) (to look at quickly but not in detail: She scanned the newspaper for news of the murder.) passar os olhos por
    3) (to pass radar beams etc over: The area was scanned for signs of enemy aircraft.) sondar
    4) (to pass an electronic or laser beam over a text or picture in order to store it in the memory of a computer.) escandir
    5) (to examine and get an image of what is inside a person's body or an object by using ultra-sound and x-ray: They scanned his luggage at the airport to see if he was carrying drugs.)
    6) (to fit into a particular rhythm or metre: The second line of that verse doesn't scan properly.)
    2. noun
    She had an ultrasound scan to see whether the baby was a boy or a girl; a brain scan; a quick scan through the report.)
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    [skæn] n Comp escaneamento, varredura. • vt+vi 1 olhar de perto, examinar cuidadosamente, esquadrinhar. 2 escandir. 3 TV decompor, expor a imagem ponto por ponto a fim de transmiti-la. 4 sondar com radar. 5 Comp escanear, varrer. to scan the horizon esquadrinhar o horizonte (com binóculo).

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  • 11 scan

    [skæn] 1. past tense, past participle - scanned; verb
    1) (to examine carefully: He scanned the horizon for any sign of a ship.) perscrutar
    2) (to look at quickly but not in detail: She scanned the newspaper for news of the murder.) correr os olhos por
    3) (to pass radar beams etc over: The area was scanned for signs of enemy aircraft.) explorar
    4) (to pass an electronic or laser beam over a text or picture in order to store it in the memory of a computer.) scannear
    5) (to examine and get an image of what is inside a person's body or an object by using ultra-sound and x-ray: They scanned his luggage at the airport to see if he was carrying drugs.) scannear
    6) (to fit into a particular rhythm or metre: The second line of that verse doesn't scan properly.) escandir
    2. noun
    She had an ultrasound scan to see whether the baby was a boy or a girl; a brain scan; a quick scan through the report.) exame com scanner

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  • 12 entry

    ['entri]
    plural - entries; noun
    1) ((an) act of coming in or going in: They were silenced by the entry of the headmaster.) entrada
    2) (the right to enter: We can't go in - the sign says `No Entry'.) entrada
    3) (place of entrance, especially a passage or small entrance hall: Don't bring your bike in here - leave it in the entry.) entrada
    4) (a person or thing entered for a competition etc: There are forty-five entries for the painting competition.) inscrição
    5) (something written in a list in a book etc: Some of the entries in the cash-book are inaccurate.) registo
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    en.try
    ['entri] n 1 entrada, ingresso. entry form / ficha de registro. 2 portal, pórtico, saguão, vestíbulo, porta. 3 Com escrituração, anotação, apontamento, lançamento, registro. to make the entry of the sum / lançar a soma (ao crédito ou débito). bookkeeping by single entry, by double entry / escrituração por partida simples, por partidas dobradas. 4 Sport inscrição na lista de competidores. 5 Jur posse efetiva de bens imóveis. 6 declaração alfandegária. 7 importação. 8 verbete (dicionário). entry into office posse em um cargo. upon entry logo após o recebimento (correio, etc.).

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  • 13 initial

    [i'niʃəl] 1. adjective
    (of, or at, the beginning: There were difficulties during the initial stages of building the house.) inicial
    2. noun
    (the letter that begins a word, especially a name: The picture was signed with the initials JJB, standing for John James Brown.) inicial
    3. verb
    (to mark or sign with initials of one's name: Any alteration on a cheque should be initialled.) rubricar

    [-ʃieit]

    1) (to start (eg a plan, scheme, changes, reforms etc): He initiated a scheme for helping old people with their shopping.) iniciar

    2) (to take (a person) into a society etc, especially with secret ceremonies: No-one who had been initiated into the society ever revealed the details of the ceremony.) iniciar

    [-ʃiət]

    (a person who has been initiated (into a society etc).) iniciado

    - initiation
    - initiative
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    in.i.tial
    [in'iʃəl] n inicial: primeira letra de uma palavra. • vt pôr as iniciais, rubricar. • adj inicial, no princípio.

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  • 14 natural

    ['næ ərəl] 1. adjective
    1) (of or produced by nature, not made by men: Coal, oil etc are natural resources; Wild animals are happier in their natural state than in a zoo.) natural
    2) (born in a person: natural beauty; He had a natural ability for music.) natural
    3) ((of manner) simple, without pretence: a nice, natural smile.) simples
    4) (normal; as one would expect: It's quite natural for a boy of his age to be interested in girls.) natural
    5) (of a musical note, not sharp or flat: G natural is lower in pitch than G sharp.) natural
    2. noun
    1) (a person who is naturally good at something.) talento
    2) (in music (a sign () indicating) a note which is not to be played sharp or flat.)
    - naturally
    - natural gas
    - natural history
    - natural resources
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    nat.u.ral
    [n'ætʃərəl] n 1 aquele ou aquilo que é natural. 2 idiota, imbecil. 3 Mus bequadro. 4 o que é esperto por natureza. 5 um sucesso absoluto. 6 tecla branca de piano ou órgão. • adj 1 natural, originário, oriundo. 2 nativo. 3 ingênito, inato, inerente. 4 primitivo, inculto. 5 espontâneo. 6 normal, comum. 7 instintivo. 8 parecido, semelhante. 9 não afetado. 10 ilegítimo, bastardo. 11 não espiritual.

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  • 15 point

    [point] 1. noun
    1) (the sharp end of anything: the point of a pin; a sword point; at gunpoint (= threatened by a gun).) ponta
    2) (a piece of land that projects into the sea etc: The ship came round Lizard Point.) cabo
    3) (a small round dot or mark (.): a decimal point; five point three six (= 5.36); In punctuation, a point is another name for a full stop.) ponto
    4) (an exact place or spot: When we reached this point of the journey we stopped to rest.) ponto
    5) (an exact moment: Her husband walked in at that point.) momento
    6) (a place on a scale especially of temperature: the boiling-point of water.) ponto
    7) (a division on a compass eg north, south-west etc.) ponto
    8) (a mark in scoring a competition, game, test etc: He has won by five points to two.) ponto
    9) (a particular matter for consideration or action: The first point we must decide is, where to meet; That's a good point; You've missed the point; That's the whole point; We're wandering away from the point.) ponto
    10) ((a) purpose or advantage: There's no point (in) asking me - I don't know.) sentido
    11) (a personal characteristic or quality: We all have our good points and our bad ones.) traço
    12) (an electrical socket in a wall etc into which a plug can be put: Is there only one electrical point in this room?) tomada
    2. verb
    1) (to aim in a particular direction: He pointed the gun at her.) apontar
    2) (to call attention to something especially by stretching the index finger in its direction: He pointed (his finger) at the door; He pointed to a sign.) apontar
    3) (to fill worn places in (a stone or brick wall etc) with mortar.) preencher frinchas
    - pointer
    - pointless
    - pointlessly
    - points
    - be on the point of
    - come to the point
    - make a point of
    - make one's point
    - point out
    - point one's toes
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    [pɔint] n 1 ponto: a) sinal, mancha. b) Geom grandeza considerada por abstração, sem dimensão alguma. c) circunstância, detalhe, pormenor. d) Sports tento. e) ponto principal, o essencial. f) duodécima parte da linha (1/72 de polegada). g) local, sítio, posição. h) objetivo, escopo, mira. i) desígnio. j) grau, situação. k) fim, termo. l) instante, momento. m) Gram sinal de pontuação. n) furo feito por agulha. o) assunto, caso, questão. p) unidade de valores ou preços. q) renda feita com agulha. r) Naut cada uma das 32 divisões do compasso. s) Naut intervalo entre dois pontos do compasso. t) pinta (de cartas ou dados). u) ponto decimal. 2 ponta: a) extremidade aguçada, bico. b) extremidade, cabo, promontório. 3 pico, cume. 4 fato ou argumento que impressiona. 5 direção, curso. 6 Typogr corpo. 7 decisão, resolução. 8 agulha de ferrovia. 9 ferramenta ou arma pontiaguda. 10 característica, atributo. 11 auge, apogeu. 12 ato de apontar. 13 punctura, picada. 14 Mil patrulha de ponta. • vt+vi 1 apontar: a) fazer ponta em, aguçar. b) indicar, mostrar. c) dirigir para, assestar. d) mostrar indicando. e) dirigir-se com a ponta para. 2 separar com pontos ou traços. 3 pontuar. 4 aludir, mencionar, sugerir. 5 salientar, evidenciar. 6 conduzir a, tender para. 7 encher com argamassa. at the point of death às portas da morte. at the point of the sword sob coação, impelido pela força. at this point neste momento, a esta altura. beside the point fora do assunto, alheio à questão, irrelevante. boiling point ponto de ebulição. breaking point momento de ruptura. cardinal points pontos cardeais. freezing point ponto de congelamento. from point to point detalhadamente, minuciosamente. he gained his point ele obteve seu desígnio. he wandered from the point ele desviou-se do assunto. in point of a respeito de, com referência a. in point of fact de fato, na realidade. it is a good point in his character é um elemento positivo do seu caráter. I was on the point of doing it estava prestes a fazê-lo. music is her strong (weak) point música é o forte (fraco) dela. not to put too fine a point on it falar claramente. point of contact ponto de contato. point of conscience questão de consciência. point of controversy ponto de divergência. point of departure ponto de partida, especialmente em uma discussão. point of honor ponto de honra, questão de honra. point of inflection ponto de inflexão. point of intersection ponto de intersecção. point of no return ponto sem retorno (viagem, avião). point of order questão de ordem. point of origin local de origem. point of reference ponto de referência. point of sale Com ponto de venda. point of support ponto de apoio. point of view a) ponto de vista. b) opinião. point out apontar, indicar, chamar atenção para. that’s not to the point isto não vem ao caso, não diz respeito à questão. that’s the point eis a questão. the conversation ended in point a conversa tornou-se mais aguçada. the points of a horse as qualidades de um cavalo. the winner on points o vencedor por pontos. they spoke to the point falaram objetivamente. to be on the point of estar prestes a. to get to the point ir ao ponto principal. to give points to dar vantagens a. to keep to the point limitar-se ao assunto. to lose on points (boxe) perder por pontos. to make a point of fazer questão de, considerar. to miss the point não compreender. to point a wall rebocar uma parede. to point out mostrar, apontar para, chamar a atenção para. to point towards a) apontar para. b) estar voltado para. to point up enfatizar. to stick to the point permanecer no assunto, prender-se ao assunto. to stretch (strain) a point conceder um pouco, abrir uma exceção. to the point a) importante, relevante. b) conciso, objetivo. to win on points (boxe) ganhar por pontos. turning point a) momento de decisão. b) ponto crítico. up to a certain point até certo ponto. we made a point of doing it fizemos questão de fazê-lo. when it came to the point quando chegou o momento decisivo.

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  • 16 token

    ['təukən]
    1) (a mark or sign: Wear this ring, as a token of our friendship.) sinal
    2) (a card or piece of metal, plastic etc, for use instead of money: The shopkeeper will exchange these tokens for goods to the value of $10.) vale
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    to.ken
    [t'oukən] n 1 símbolo, sinal, indicação, indício. 2 recordação, lembrança, penhor. 3 prova, testemunho. 4 marca. 5 emblema, insígnia. 6 espécie de moeda emitida antigamente por bancos ou particulares. • adj 1 simbólico. 2 nominal. 3 parcial. • vt ser sinal de, indicar, mostrar. by token of em consideração de, conforme. by the same token a) justamente por isso. b) além, também. in token of em sinal de, em memória de. more by token tanto mais.

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  • 17 entry

    ['entri]
    plural - entries; noun
    1) ((an) act of coming in or going in: They were silenced by the entry of the headmaster.) entrada
    2) (the right to enter: We can't go in - the sign says `No Entry'.) entrada
    3) (place of entrance, especially a passage or small entrance hall: Don't bring your bike in here - leave it in the entry.) vestíbulo
    4) (a person or thing entered for a competition etc: There are forty-five entries for the painting competition.) inscrito, inscrição
    5) (something written in a list in a book etc: Some of the entries in the cash-book are inaccurate.) registro

    English-Portuguese (Brazil) dictionary > entry

  • 18 initial

    [i'niʃəl] 1. adjective
    (of, or at, the beginning: There were difficulties during the initial stages of building the house.) inicial
    2. noun
    (the letter that begins a word, especially a name: The picture was signed with the initials JJB, standing for John James Brown.) inicial
    3. verb
    (to mark or sign with initials of one's name: Any alteration on a cheque should be initialled.) rubricar

    [-ʃieit]

    1) (to start (eg a plan, scheme, changes, reforms etc): He initiated a scheme for helping old people with their shopping.) iniciar

    2) (to take (a person) into a society etc, especially with secret ceremonies: No-one who had been initiated into the society ever revealed the details of the ceremony.) iniciar

    [-ʃiət]

    (a person who has been initiated (into a society etc).) iniciado

    - initiation - initiative

    English-Portuguese (Brazil) dictionary > initial

  • 19 natural

    ['næ ərəl] 1. adjective
    1) (of or produced by nature, not made by men: Coal, oil etc are natural resources; Wild animals are happier in their natural state than in a zoo.) natural
    2) (born in a person: natural beauty; He had a natural ability for music.) natural
    3) ((of manner) simple, without pretence: a nice, natural smile.) natural
    4) (normal; as one would expect: It's quite natural for a boy of his age to be interested in girls.) natural
    5) (of a musical note, not sharp or flat: G natural is lower in pitch than G sharp.) natural
    2. noun
    1) (a person who is naturally good at something.) bem-dotado
    2) (in music (a sign () indicating) a note which is not to be played sharp or flat.) bequadro
    - naturally - natural gas - natural history - natural resources

    English-Portuguese (Brazil) dictionary > natural

  • 20 point

    [point] 1. noun
    1) (the sharp end of anything: the point of a pin; a sword point; at gunpoint (= threatened by a gun).) ponta
    2) (a piece of land that projects into the sea etc: The ship came round Lizard Point.) cabo
    3) (a small round dot or mark (.): a decimal point; five point three six (= 5.36); In punctuation, a point is another name for a full stop.) ponto
    4) (an exact place or spot: When we reached this point of the journey we stopped to rest.) ponto
    5) (an exact moment: Her husband walked in at that point.) instante
    6) (a place on a scale especially of temperature: the boiling-point of water.) ponto
    7) (a division on a compass eg north, south-west etc.) rumo
    8) (a mark in scoring a competition, game, test etc: He has won by five points to two.) ponto
    9) (a particular matter for consideration or action: The first point we must decide is, where to meet; That's a good point; You've missed the point; That's the whole point; We're wandering away from the point.) questão
    10) ((a) purpose or advantage: There's no point (in) asking me - I don't know.) razão
    11) (a personal characteristic or quality: We all have our good points and our bad ones.) característica
    12) (an electrical socket in a wall etc into which a plug can be put: Is there only one electrical point in this room?) ponto
    2. verb
    1) (to aim in a particular direction: He pointed the gun at her.) apontar
    2) (to call attention to something especially by stretching the index finger in its direction: He pointed (his finger) at the door; He pointed to a sign.) apontar
    3) (to fill worn places in (a stone or brick wall etc) with mortar.) argamassar
    - pointer - pointless - pointlessly - points - be on the point of - come to the point - make a point of - make one's point - point out - point one's toes

    English-Portuguese (Brazil) dictionary > point

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