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  • 1 choke coil

    choke coil
    [tʃ'ouk kɔil] n Eletr bobina de auto-indução.

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  • 2 choke-bore

    choke-bore
    [tʃ'ouk bɔ:] n estrangulamento do cano de espingarda.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > choke-bore

  • 3 choke-control

    choke-con.trol
    [tʃ'ouk kəntroul] n Auto controle de ar do carburador.

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  • 4 choke-damp

    choke-damp
    [tʃ'ouk dæmp] n mofeta: gás sufocante, gás carbônico (minas, poços, etc.).

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  • 5 choke-full

    choke-full
    [tʃ'ouk ful] adj = link=chock-full chock-full.

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  • 6 choke

    [ əuk] 1. verb
    1) (to (cause to) stop, or partly stop, breathing: The gas choked him; He choked to death.) sufocar
    2) (to block: This pipe was choked with dirt.) entupir
    2. noun
    (an apparatus in a car engine etc to prevent the passage of too much air when starting the engine.) afogador
    * * *
    [tʃouk] n 1 sufocação, asfixia, abafação, estrangulação. 2 ruído de sufocação. 3 Auto afogador, regulador de ar do carburador. 4 Tech estrangulação, obstrução, entupimento. • vt+vi 1 silenciar, abafar, asfixiar, sufocar, estrangular. 2 sufocar-se, afogar-se, ter falta de ar. 3 controlar, segurar, reprimir. 4 Tech estrangular, obstruir, entupir, tapar, impedir. to choke back prender, segurar, reprimir (emoção, sentimento). to choke down engolir com dificuldade. to choke off livrar-se, desencorajar. to choke up 1 preencher, completar. 2 bloquear. 3 (geralmente na passiva) perder a fala.

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  • 7 choke

    I.
    afogador (Mtr)
    II. (v)
    estrangular; afogar (Mtr)

    English-Portuguese dictionary of military terminology > choke

  • 8 choke point

    ponto de estrangulamento

    English-Portuguese dictionary of military terminology > choke point

  • 9 choke

    [ əuk] 1. verb
    1) (to (cause to) stop, or partly stop, breathing: The gas choked him; He choked to death.) sufocar, asfixiar
    2) (to block: This pipe was choked with dirt.) entupir, obstruir
    2. noun
    (an apparatus in a car engine etc to prevent the passage of too much air when starting the engine.) afogador

    English-Portuguese (Brazil) dictionary > choke

  • 10 to choke off

    to choke off
    livrar-se, desencorajar. to choke up 1 preencher, completar. 2 bloquear. 3 (geralmente na passiva) perder a fala.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > to choke off

  • 11 to choke back

    to choke back
    prender, segurar, reprimir (emoção, sentimento).

    English-Portuguese dictionary > to choke back

  • 12 to choke down

    to choke down
    engolir com dificuldade.

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  • 13 artichoke

    ar.ti.choke
    ['a:titʃouk] n Bot 1 alcachofra. 2 capítulo da planta. 3 tupinambo ( Helianthus tuberosus).

    English-Portuguese dictionary > artichoke

  • 14 gag

    [ɡæɡ] 1. past tense, past participle - gagged; verb
    1) (to prevent (a person) talking or making a noise, by putting something in or over his mouth: The guards tied up and gagged the prisoners.) amordaçar
    2) (to choke and almost be sick.) engasgar-se
    2. noun
    (something which is put in or over a person's mouth to prevent him talking or making a noise.) mordaça
    * * *
    [gæg] n 1 mordaça. 2 abre-boca, aparelho para impedir que o paciente feche a boca durante cirurgia. 3 impedimento, restrição para falar. 4 fim da discussão no parlamento. 5 Theat interpolação, brincadeira introduzida por um ator. 6 sl truque, engano. 7 brincadeira, piada. • vt+vi 1 amordaçar. 2 silenciar, impedir ou restringir de falar. 3 esforçar-se para vomitar. 4 Theat interpolar, improvisar.

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  • 15 throttle

    ['Ɵrotl] 1. noun
    ((in engines, the lever attached to) the valve controlling the flow of steam, petrol etc: The car went faster as he opened the throttle.) acelerador
    2. verb
    (to choke (someone) by gripping the throat: This scarf is throttling me!) estrangular
    * * *
    throt.tle
    [θr'ɔtəl] n 1 válvula de regulação, regulador de pressão. 2 alavanca, pedal que aciona essa válvula. 3 afogador. 4 Aeron manete de gasolina. • vt+vi 1 estrangular, sufocar. 2 suprimir, impedir. 3 diminuir. full-throttle toda a força. open the throttle! acelere!

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  • 16 gag

    [ɡæɡ] 1. past tense, past participle - gagged; verb
    1) (to prevent (a person) talking or making a noise, by putting something in or over his mouth: The guards tied up and gagged the prisoners.) amordaçar
    2) (to choke and almost be sick.) engasgar
    2. noun
    (something which is put in or over a person's mouth to prevent him talking or making a noise.) mordaça

    English-Portuguese (Brazil) dictionary > gag

  • 17 throttle

    ['Ɵrotl] 1. noun
    ((in engines, the lever attached to) the valve controlling the flow of steam, petrol etc: The car went faster as he opened the throttle.) afogador
    2. verb
    (to choke (someone) by gripping the throat: This scarf is throttling me!) estrangular

    English-Portuguese (Brazil) dictionary > throttle

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