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  • 1 the last but one

    the last but one
    o penúltimo.

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  • 2 last

    I 1. adjective
    1) (coming at the end: We set out on the last day of November; He was last in the race; He caught the last bus home.) último
    2) (most recent; next before the present: Our last house was much smaller than this; last year/month/week.) passado
    3) (coming or remaining after all the others: He was the last guest to leave.) último
    2. adverb
    (at the end of or after all the others: He took his turn last.) por último
    - at long last
    - at last
    - hear
    - see the last of
    - the last person
    - the last straw
    - the last thing
    - the last word
    - on one's last legs
    - to the last
    II verb
    1) (to continue to exist: This situation lasted until she got married; I hope this fine weather lasts.) durar
    2) (to remain in good condition or supply: This carpet has lasted well; The bread won't last another two days - we'll need more; This coat will last me until I die.) durar
    - last out
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    last1
    [la:st; læst] n 1 último. 2 fim, final. faithful to the last / fiel até o fim. • adj 1 último, derradeiro, final, extremo. 2 passado, anterior. we saw him last evening / nós o vimos ontem à noite. 3 mais recente. 4 conclusivo. at last finalmente. at last long forma mais enfática de at last. last but not least último mas não menos importante. last night a noite passada. on one’s last legs na iminência de ruína completa. that is the last you would expect isto é o menos que se esperaria. the last but one o penúltimo. the last of all o último. the last of the Mohicans o último dos moicanos. the last time a última vez. to breathe one’s last dar o último suspiro, morrer. to put the last hand to dar o toque final a. to see the last of ter visto pela última vez.
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    last2
    [la:st; læst] vt+vi 1 durar, continuar. 2 perseverar, agüentar, conservar-se.
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    last3
    [la:st; læst] n unidade de peso ou capacidade de navio (geralmente equivalente a 4.000 libras).
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    last4
    [la:st; læst] n forma de sapateiro. • vt colocar em forma de sapateiro. to last stick to one’s last cuidar da própria vida.

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  • 3 but

    1. conjunction
    (used to show a contrast between two or more things: John was there, but Peter was not.) mas
    2. preposition
    (except (for): no-one but me; the next road but one.) senão
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    [b∧t] n objeção, restrição. • conj 1 mas, porém. 2 não obstante, embora. 3 de que. 4 que. 5 mesmo que. 6 que não. 7 todavia, entretanto. 8 senão. • prep com exceção de, exceto, salvo, a não ser, menos. everybody was present but Paul / todos estavam presentes, menos Paulo. nothing more remains but to go / não resta outra coisa a não ser ir embora. they all excused themselves but him / todos se desculparam, menos ele. • adv somente, meramente, apenas. it is but a trifle / é apenas uma bagatela. all but aproximadamente, quase. but for all that apesar disso. but for my good health I should have died não fosse minha boa saúde teria morrido. but then entretanto, no entanto. it never rains but it pours quando chove, chove muito. no doctor but a very inexperienced one somente um médico de pouca experiência. no one but tries ninguém que não experimente. nothing but misfortunes nada além de infortúnios. not only poor but also ill não somente pobre mas também doente, além de pobre doente. the last but one o penúltimo.

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  • 4 for

    [fo:] 1. preposition
    1) (to be given or sent to: This letter is for you.) para
    2) (towards; in the direction of: We set off for London.) para
    3) (through a certain time or distance: for three hours; for three miles.) durante
    4) (in order to have, get, be etc: He asked me for some money; Go for a walk.) QUERY (PHRASAL VERB)
    5) (in return; as payment: He paid $2 for his ticket.) por
    6) (in order to be prepared: He's getting ready for the journey.) para
    7) (representing: He is the member of parliament for Hull.) por
    8) (on behalf of: Will you do it for me?) por
    9) (in favour of: Are you for or against the plan?) por
    10) (because of: for this reason.) por
    11) (having a particular purpose: She gave me money for the bus fare.) para
    12) (indicating an ability or an attitude to: a talent for baking; an ear for music.) para/por
    13) (as being: They mistook him for someone else.) por
    14) (considering what is used in the case of: It is quite warm for January (= considering that it is January when it is usually cold).) para
    15) (in spite of: For all his money, he didn't seem happy.) apesar de
    2. conjunction
    (because: It must be late, for I have been here a long time.) pois
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    [fɔ:] prep 1 por, em lugar de, em vez de. we used boxes for chairs / usamos caixas em vez de cadeiras. 2 por, em prol de, em defesa de, a favor de. they voted for Roosevelt / eles votaram em Roosevelt. 3 de, representante de, em nome de. the lawyer acts for his client / o advogado age em nome de seu cliente. 4 por, para, à razão de, ao preço de. these apples are twelve for a dollar / estas maçãs custam um dólar a dúzia. 5 para, a fim de, no intuito de. he ran for his life / ele correu para salvar a vida. 6 para, a fim de, em consideração de. he went for a walk / ele foi dar um passeio. 7 para, em busca de. 8 para, com destino a. he has just left for New York / ele acaba de partir para Nova York. we have a present for you / temos um presente para você. 9 para, próprio de, acomodado a. 10 por, por causa de, em razão de, devido a. he was punished for stealing / ele foi condenado por ter furtado. 11 para, em honra de. they died for their country / eles morreram pela pátria. a party was given for her / foi dada uma festa em sua honra. 12 de, por, com afeição ou sentimento por. 13 para, a respeito de, com relação a, pelo que toca a, enquanto a. 14 numa extensão de, numa duração de. 15 como, na qualidade de. 16 a despeito de, apesar de, não obstante. 17 para, em vista de, em proporção de, não obstante. 18 de, no valor de. 19 durante. 20 para, em auxílio de. may I hold the umbrella for you? / permita-me segurar-lhe o guarda-chuva? 21 para, na ocasião de. 22 de, por, na quantidade de. 23 para, apropriado para, adaptado a. books for children / livros para crianças. 24 por, dirigido a. 25 para, na direção de. the train for London / o trem para Londres. 26 para, equivalente a. • conj pois, visto que, desde que, já que. we can’t go, for it is raining / não podemos ir porque está chovendo. I did it, for I thought it right / fi-lo, porque o achei justo. for all his efforts, he did not succeed / apesar de todos seus esforços ele não se saiu bem. for all the improvement you have made last year, you might give up / em vista do pouco progresso que fez no ano passado, você deveria desistir. arrested for murder preso por assassínio. as for me quanto a mim. bound for destinada para. but for this a não ser assim. eating too much is bad for one’s health comer demais faz mal à saúde. for account and at the risk of the consignee por conta e risco do consignatário. for a draught of vintage! quem me dera tomar um gole de vinho! for all he is so rich por rico que seja. for all his faults, we like him still apesar de todos os seus defeitos, gostamos dele. for all I know ao que me é dado supor. for all that não obstante isso, apesar disso. for a song por uma pechincha. for a while por algum tempo. for cash down contra pagamento à vista. for certain com certeza. for example por exemplo. for fear of por medo de. for free sl grátis. for fun por brincadeira. for his part por sua parte, por parte dele. for hours durante horas. for how long? por quanto tempo? for love por amor. for me pelo que me diz respeito. for miles about numa extensão de milhas ao redor. for nothing de graça, gratuitamente. for one poisonous snake there are many harmless ones para cada cobra venenosa há muitas inofensivas. for our account por nossa conta. for sure com certeza. for that matter quanto a isso. for the last time pela última vez. for the present, for the time being por ora, por enquanto. for the time to come para o futuro. for the whole year para todo o ano. for this reason por essa razão, por esse motivo. for two years por dois anos. for want of por falta de. for what remains quanto ao mais. for years há anos. for your sake por sua causa. good for nothing imprestável. he has earned a holiday for himself ele fez jus a um dia de licença. he is hard up for money ele está em apertos financeiros. he is not long for this world ele não tardará a morrer. he won’t be back for hours ele não voltará antes de algumas horas. I for one quanto a mim. I go in for tennis eu gosto de tênis. I got it for a reward recebi-o em recompensa. I know him for conheço-o como. I long for a rest anseio por um descanso. it is for you to do compete-lhe fazer. it is for you to propose compete ao senhor fazer proposta. it is usual for her to take a walk every day ela costuma dar um passeio todo dia. it was for nothing foi debalde. not for anything por nada. now for it! mãos à obra! once for all uma vez por todas. ready for action pronto para o combate. she reads well for her age ela lê bem para a sua idade. she wept for ela chorou por. that is the man for me é este o homem que me faz falta. the first free day for years o primeiro dia livre há anos. there is nothing for it but não há remédio senão. to be in for estar sob a ameaça de. to be in for it estar em maus lençóis. too beautiful for words indescritivelmente belo. to play for pennies jogar a vintém. to write for money escrever pedindo dinheiro. we longed for home estávamos com saudade de casa. were it not for you se não fosse você. we sent for a doctor mandamos chamar um médico. what for? para quê? word for word palavra por palavra. you have spoiled our day for us você nos estragou o dia.

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  • 5 any

    ['eni] 1. pronoun, adjective
    1) (one, some, no matter which: `Which dress shall I wear?' `Wear any (dress)'; `Which dresses shall I pack?' `Pack any (dresses)'.) qualquer
    2) ((in questions and negative sentences etc) one, some: John has been to some interesting places but I've never been to any; Have you been to any interesting places?; We have hardly any coffee left.) algum
    2. adjective
    (every: Any schoolboy could tell you the answer.) qualquer
    3. adverb
    (at all; (even) by a small amount: Is this book any better than the last one?; His writing hasn't improved any.) um pouco
    - anyone
    - anyhow
    - anything
    - anyway
    - anywhere
    - at any rate
    - in any case
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    an.y
    ['eni] adj 1 qualquer, quaisquer. 2 algum, alguma. are there any rooms to let? / há quartos para alugar? 3 cada, todo, toda, todo e qualquer. he is not just any actor / ele não é um ator qualquer. any old car will do me / qualquer carro velho me serve. 4 nenhum, nenhuma, nenhum, sequer. she never has any rest / ela nunca acha tempo para qualquer descanso. • adv de qualquer medida, modo ou grau. don’t wait any longer / não espere mais tempo algum. don’t do it any more / não faça mais isto. is he any good? / ele vale ou sabe alguma coisa? • pron 1 qualquer um ou uma, qualquer parte ou quantidade. 2 algum, alguma. she has little money, if any / ela tem pouco dinheiro, talvez nenhum. any old de qualidade simples ou medíocre. any time a qualquer hora. any time teller banco (caixa) 24 horas. at any rate, in any case de qualquer forma, em todo o caso. not having any time... não dispor de tempo algum...

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  • 6 any

    ['eni] 1. pronoun, adjective
    1) (one, some, no matter which: `Which dress shall I wear?' `Wear any (dress)'; `Which dresses shall I pack?' `Pack any (dresses)'.) qualquer um
    2) ((in questions and negative sentences etc) one, some: John has been to some interesting places but I've never been to any; Have you been to any interesting places?; We have hardly any coffee left.) algum
    2. adjective
    (every: Any schoolboy could tell you the answer.) qualquer
    3. adverb
    (at all; (even) by a small amount: Is this book any better than the last one?; His writing hasn't improved any.) de alguma forma
    - anyone - anyhow - anything - anyway - anywhere - at any rate - in any case

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  • 7 slot

    [slot] 1. noun
    1) (a small narrow opening, especially one to receive coins: I put the correct money in the slot, but the machine didn't start.) ranhura
    2) (a (usually regular) position (in eg the schedule of television/radio programmes): The early-evening comedy slot.) espaço
    2. verb
    ((with in or into) to fit (something) into a small space: He slotted the last piece of the puzzle into place; I managed to slot in my tea-break between two jobs.) encaixar
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    slot1
    [slɔt] n 1 ranhura, fenda. 2 abertura para colocar moedas. 3 janela: vaga em um esquema, programa ou horário. • vt 1 fazer ranhura ou fenda. 2 entrar pela abertura. 3 fazer entrar pela abertura. 4 encaixar (num horário). expansion slot Comp slot de expansão: usado para adicionar características a um microcomputador.
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    slot2
    [slɔt] n rasto, pegada (de caça).

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  • 8 slot

    [slot] 1. noun
    1) (a small narrow opening, especially one to receive coins: I put the correct money in the slot, but the machine didn't start.) fenda
    2) (a (usually regular) position (in eg the schedule of television/radio programmes): The early-evening comedy slot.) faixa de horário
    2. verb
    ((with in or into) to fit (something) into a small space: He slotted the last piece of the puzzle into place; I managed to slot in my tea-break between two jobs.) inserir

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  • 9 hope

    [həup] 1. verb
    (to want something to happen and have some reason to believe that it will or might happen: He's very late, but we are still hoping he will come; I hope to be in London next month; We're hoping for some help from other people; It's unlikely that he'll come now, but we keep on hoping; `Do you think it will rain?' `I hope so/not'.) esperar
    2. noun
    1) ((any reason or encouragement for) the state of feeling that what one wants will or might happen: He has lost all hope of becoming the president; He came to see me in the hope that I would help him; He has hopes of winning a scholarship; The rescuers said there was no hope of finding anyone alive in the mine.) esperança
    2) (a person, thing etc that one is relying on for help etc: He's my last hope - there is no-one else I can ask.) esperança
    3) (something hoped for: My hope is that he will get married and settle down soon.) esperança
    - hopefulness
    - hopefully
    - hopeless
    - hopelessly
    - hopelessness
    - hope against hope
    - hope for the best
    - not have a hope
    - not a hope
    - raise someone's hopes
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    [houp] n esperança, confiança, expectativa. • vt+vi esperar ( for por), ter esperança (in em). I hope for the best / espero o melhor. he doesn’t have hope in hell of doing it ele não tem a mínima chance de fazê-lo. hoped for esperado. I hope so assim espero, espero que sim. in the hope of na esperança de. to be out of hope não ter mais esperança. to hope against esperar por uma coisa quase irrealizável. to raise hopes encorajar, dar esperanças.

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  • 10 hope

    [həup] 1. verb
    (to want something to happen and have some reason to believe that it will or might happen: He's very late, but we are still hoping he will come; I hope to be in London next month; We're hoping for some help from other people; It's unlikely that he'll come now, but we keep on hoping; `Do you think it will rain?' `I hope so/not'.) esperar
    2. noun
    1) ((any reason or encouragement for) the state of feeling that what one wants will or might happen: He has lost all hope of becoming the president; He came to see me in the hope that I would help him; He has hopes of winning a scholarship; The rescuers said there was no hope of finding anyone alive in the mine.) esperança
    2) (a person, thing etc that one is relying on for help etc: He's my last hope - there is no-one else I can ask.) esperança
    3) (something hoped for: My hope is that he will get married and settle down soon.) esperança
    - hopefulness - hopefully - hopeless - hopelessly - hopelessness - hope against hope - hope for the best - not have a hope - not a hope - raise someone's hopes

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  • 11 down

    I 1. adverb
    1) (towards or in a low or lower position, level or state: He climbed down to the bottom of the ladder.) para baixo
    2) (on or to the ground: The little boy fell down and cut his knee.) no chão
    3) (from earlier to later times: The recipe has been handed down in our family for years.) através do tempo
    4) (from a greater to a smaller size, amount etc: Prices have been going down steadily.) para baixo
    5) (towards or in a place thought of as being lower, especially southward or away from a centre: We went down from Glasgow to Bristol.) para o sul
    2. preposition
    1) (in a lower position on: Their house is halfway down the hill.) a descer
    2) (to a lower position on, by, through or along: Water poured down the drain.) para baixo
    3) (along: The teacher's gaze travelled slowly down the line of children.) ao longo de
    3. verb
    (to finish (a drink) very quickly, especially in one gulp: He downed a pint of beer.) emborcar
    - downwards
    - downward
    - down-and-out
    - down-at-heel
    - downcast
    - downfall
    - downgrade
    - downhearted
    - downhill
    - downhill racing
    - downhill skiing
    - down-in-the-mouth
    - down payment
    - downpour
    - downright
    4. adjective - downstream
    - down-to-earth
    - downtown
    - downtown
    - down-trodden
    - be/go down with
    - down on one's luck
    - down tools
    - down with
    - get down to
    - suit someone down to the ground
    - suit down to the ground
    II noun
    (small, soft feathers: a quilt filled with down.) penugem
    - downy
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    [daun] n 1 duna. 2 terreno elevado e colinoso coberto de relva no sul da Inglaterra, usado como pastagem, colinas perto do mar no norte e no sul da Inglaterra ( the Downs), enseada entre os promontórios no norte e no sul da Inglaterra. 3 penugem, penas, pêlos ou cabelos que primeiro nascem, buço, cotão, lanugem, frouxel. 4 qualquer substância fofa, macia ou felpuda. 5 pêlo nas cascas de plantas ou frutas. 6 movimento em declive, descida. 7 revés de fortuna (especialmente no plural). 8 sl desconfiança. • vt+vi coll abaixar, abater, sujeitar, derrubar, dominar, humilhar, descer, descender, engolir rapidamente. • adj 1 abatido, desanimado, descoroçoado, deprimido. I may be down but not out / nem tudo está perdido. 2 em estado ou condição inferior. 3 em declive. 4 doente, adoentado. he is down with the flu / ele tem gripe. 5 Amer terminado. 6 Comp fora do ar, inoperante. • adv 1 abaixo, para baixo, em descida, em declive. 2 em decadência. 3 em posição deitada no chão. 4 abaixo do horizonte. 5 no ponto inferior, ao mais baixo grau. 6 do norte ao sul. 7 de origem, propriedade ou época anterior. 8 a uma quantia inferior, a um preço reduzido. 9 em estado de sujeição, depressão, desgraça ou perigo. 10 efetivamente, realmente, com atenção, com aplicação. 11 por escrito, no papel, em preto no branco. 12 à vista, contra entrega. 13 Naut a sotavento. 14 seguindo a corrente. 15 em estado mais calmo, menos intenso. 16 em mau estado físico. • prep abaixo, para baixo, em declive, ao longo de, em direção inferior. • interj abaixo! deita! senta! the ups and downs at life as vicissitudes da vida. down and out totalmente desprovido, privado de recursos, arruinado, liquidado, vencido. down at heel maltrapilho, descuidado no traje. down for em uma lista de espera. down for Tuesday anunciado para terça-feira. down from town afastado da cidade. down in the country no campo, no interior. down in the mouth descoroçoado, desalentado, desanimado. down on zangado ou aborrecido com. down on one’s knees de joelhos. down on one’s luck necessitado de dinheiro, pronto. down the centuries no correr dos séculos. down the river pelo rio abaixo, seguindo a corrente. down the wind a sotavento. down to hell! vá para o inferno! down to the ground coll completamente. down with him! derriba-o! deita-o abaixo! he is down upon his luck ele está sem sorte. he was tracked down at last finalmente ele foi achado. the sun is down o sol se pôs. the thermometer is down by five degrees o termômetro desceu 5 graus. the wind is down cessou o vento. to bear down, to beat down Naut pôr-se a barlavento. to be down on ser severo, rude com alguém, tratar mal, falar rudemente a alguém. to bend down curvar-se. to calm down acalmar. to clean the house down limpar a casa toda. to come down vir abaixo, descer, fig baixar, abater-se, ceder, cair na miséria. to come down with cair de cama com. to down tools fazer greve. to fly down aterrissar, descer voando, voar para. to get down 1 apear, descer. 2 engolir, tragar alguma coisa. to get down to business ir ao que interessa, ir direto ao assunto. to get down to work trabalhar com afinco. to go down 1 afundar, soçobrar. 2 deixar a universidade para as férias ou no fim do trimestre. 3 baixar (o preço). 4 acalmar-se (o vento). to have a down on coll guardar rancor a. to hunt down = link=%20to%20ride%20down to ride down. to kneel down ajoelhar-se. to knock down atropelar. to let someone down 1 humilhar. 2 deixar ao desamparo, abandonar alguém. to lie down deitar-se. to pay cash down pagar à vista. to put a down on sl dar informações sobre, delatar, denunciar. to put down 1 depor. 2 assentar por escrito, notar, registrar. to ride down 1 alcançar perseguindo. 2 forçar, escaramuçar, atropelar. to send down expulsar ou suspender um estudante. to set down 1 assentar por escrito, notar. 2 mencionar, citar. 3 resolver. 4 registrar. to shout down fazer calar mediante gritos. to sit down sentar-se. to step down descer. to stoop down abaixar-se. to take down 1 assentar por escrito, notar, registrar. 2 pôr abaixo, deitar abaixo. to turn down the radio diminuir o volume do rádio. to write down assentar por escrito, notar, registrar. up and down aqui e acolá, de lá para cá, para baixo e para cima, por toda parte. upside down de cabeça para baixo, ao revés, às avessas.

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  • 12 pardon

    1. verb
    1) (to forgive: Pardon my asking, but can you help me?) perdoar
    2) (to free (from prison, punishment etc): The king pardoned the prisoners.) perdoar
    2. noun
    1) (forgiveness: He prayed for pardon for his wickedness.) perdão
    2) (a (document) freeing from prison or punishment: He was granted a pardon.) perdão
    3. interjection
    (used to indicate that one has not heard properly what was said: Pardon? Could you repeat that last sentence?) desculpe
    - I beg your pardon
    - pardon me
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    par.don
    [pa:dən] n 1 perdão, indulto. 2 graça. 3 absolvição. • vt 1 perdoar. 2 escusar. 3 absolver. general pardon anistia geral. he was pardoned foi-lhe concedido o perdão. I beg your pardon perdoe-me, desculpe-me. (I) beg your pardon? como disse? pardon me for interrupting desculpe-me interromper.

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  • 13 romance

    1) (the relationship, actions etc of people who are in love: It was a beautiful romance, but it didn't last.) romance
    2) (a story about such a relationship etc, especially one in which the people, events etc are more exciting etc than in normal life: She writes romances.) romance
    3) (this kind of excitement: She felt her life was lacking in romance.) romance
    - romantically
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    ro.mance1
    [rəm'æns] n 1 história de amor, aventura, etc. geralmente passada em épocas ou lugares distantes, com eventos mais grandiosos que na vida real. 2 romantismo. 3 romance, caso amoroso. 4 ambiente ou atmosfera romântica. 5 algo exagerado, sem base em fatos. 6 Mus romança. • vt+vi 1 romancear. 2 pensar ou falar de modo romântico. 3 exagerar.
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    ro.mance2
    [rəm'æns] n romance, românico, qualquer das línguas romanas. • adj românico, de ou relativo a estas línguas ou aos povos que as falam.

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  • 14 pardon

    1. verb
    1) (to forgive: Pardon my asking, but can you help me?) perdoar
    2) (to free (from prison, punishment etc): The king pardoned the prisoners.) perdoar, indultar
    2. noun
    1) (forgiveness: He prayed for pardon for his wickedness.) perdão
    2) (a (document) freeing from prison or punishment: He was granted a pardon.) indulto
    3. interjection
    (used to indicate that one has not heard properly what was said: Pardon? Could you repeat that last sentence?) como
    - I beg your pardon - pardon me

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  • 15 romance

    1) (the relationship, actions etc of people who are in love: It was a beautiful romance, but it didn't last.) romance
    2) (a story about such a relationship etc, especially one in which the people, events etc are more exciting etc than in normal life: She writes romances.) romance
    3) (this kind of excitement: She felt her life was lacking in romance.) romance
    - romantically

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