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  • 1 war game

    war game
    [w'ɔ: geim] n exercício ou manobra militar.

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  • 2 war-game

    war-game
    [w'ɔ: geim] vt+vi 1 conduzir ou planejar como uma manobra militar. 2 fazer manobra militar.

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  • 3 war game

    jogo de guerra

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  • 4 Focused Logistics War Game

    Jogo de Guerra de Logística

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  • 5 war of nerves

    (a war, contest etc in which each side tries to win by making the other nervous, eg by bluff, rather than by actually fighting: That game of chess was a war of nerves.) guerra de nervos
    * * *
    war of nerves
    guerra de nervos.

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  • 6 war of nerves

    (a war, contest etc in which each side tries to win by making the other nervous, eg by bluff, rather than by actually fighting: That game of chess was a war of nerves.) guerra de nervos

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  • 7 warden

    ['wo:dn]
    1) (the person in charge of an old people's home, a student residence etc: The warden has reported that two students are missing from the hostel.) director
    2) ((also traffic warden) a person who controls parking and the flow of traffic in an area: If the (traffic) warden finds your car parked there you will be fined.) polícia de trânsito
    3) ((American) the person in charge of a prison.) guarda civil
    4) ((also game warden) a person who guards a game reserve.) guarda florestal
    * * *
    war.den
    [w'ɔ:dən] n 1 diretor (de colégio, escola). 2 administrador ou diretor (de um presídio). 3 Hist governador. 4 mordomo (de igreja). 5 encarregado (de certas missões). 6 guarda, guardião, sentinela. 7 porteiro, guarda-portão. 8 administrador (de porta).

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  • 8 home

    [həum] 1. noun
    1) (the house, town, country etc where a person etc usually lives: I work in London but my home is in Bournemouth; When I retire, I'll make my home in Bournemouth; Africa is the home of the lion; We'll have to find a home for the kitten.) lar
    2) (the place from which a person, thing etc comes originally: America is the home of jazz.) pátria
    3) (a place where children without parents, old people, people who are ill etc live and are looked after: an old folk's home; a nursing home.) lar
    4) (a place where people stay while they are working: a nurses' home.) lar
    5) (a house: Crumpy Construction build fine homes for fine people; He invited me round to his home.) casa
    2. adjective
    1) (of a person's home or family: home comforts.) caseiro
    2) (of the country etc where a person lives: home produce.) local
    3) ((in football) playing or played on a team's own ground: the home team; a home game.) em casa
    3. adverb
    1) (to a person's home: I'm going home now; Hallo - I'm home!) em/para casa
    2) (completely; to the place, position etc a thing is intended to be: He drove the nail home; Few of his punches went home; These photographs of the war brought home to me the suffering of the soldiers.) completamente
    - homely
    - homeliness
    - homing
    - home-coming
    - home-grown
    - homeland
    - home-made
    - home rule
    - homesick
    - homesickness
    - homestead
    - home truth
    - homeward
    - homewards
    - homeward
    - homework
    - at home
    - be/feel at home
    - home in on
    - leave home
    - make oneself at home
    - nothing to write home about
    * * *
    [houm] n 1 lar, residência, casa, moradia. 2 família. 3 pátria, origem, cidade ou terra natal. • vt+vi 1 ir para casa. 2 retornar. 3 ter lar, residir, morar. 4 prover com lar ou residência. • adj 1 caseiro, doméstico, familiar. 2 nativo, nacional. 3 expressivo, que atinge ou alcança seu objetivo. • adv 1 para casa, rumo à pátria, de retorno. 2 em casa. 3 exatamente, a propósito. 4 profundamente. at home a) em casa. b) na pátria. c) à vontade. make yourself at home / esteja à vontade. away from home ausente, fora de casa. he is expected home ele está sendo esperado em casa. I’ll see you home levarei você para casa. not at home ausente, fora de casa. nothing to write home about nada de importante. that comes home to you! isto atinge você! the return home a volta para casa. to be at home in a subject ser versado em um assunto. to bring the crime home to apresentar as provas do crime a. to go home fig morrer. to pay home pagar na mesma moeda. to strike home acertar o golpe.

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  • 9 home

    [həum] 1. noun
    1) (the house, town, country etc where a person etc usually lives: I work in London but my home is in Bournemouth; When I retire, I'll make my home in Bournemouth; Africa is the home of the lion; We'll have to find a home for the kitten.) lar, casa
    2) (the place from which a person, thing etc comes originally: America is the home of jazz.) pátria
    3) (a place where children without parents, old people, people who are ill etc live and are looked after: an old folk's home; a nursing home.) asilo, abrigo
    4) (a place where people stay while they are working: a nurses' home.) lar
    5) (a house: Crumpy Construction build fine homes for fine people; He invited me round to his home.) casa
    2. adjective
    1) (of a person's home or family: home comforts.) doméstico
    2) (of the country etc where a person lives: home produce.) local
    3) ((in football) playing or played on a team's own ground: the home team; a home game.) da casa
    3. adverb
    1) (to a person's home: I'm going home now; Hallo - I'm home!) para casa, em casa
    2) (completely; to the place, position etc a thing is intended to be: He drove the nail home; Few of his punches went home; These photographs of the war brought home to me the suffering of the soldiers.) diretamente
    - homely - homeliness - homing - home-coming - home-grown - homeland - home-made - home rule - homesick - homesickness - homestead - home truth - homeward - homewards - homeward - homework - at home - be/feel at home - home in on - leave home - make oneself at home - nothing to write home about

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