Compulsar octo dictionarios de interlingua

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a- {prefixo} [`an-' before `-h-' and vowels; used with nouns and adjectives] a-, an- (not ...; without, lacking ...)
abattite 1 {pp} of `abatter'; 2. {adj} downcast, dejected 
abduct- {see} `abducer' 
-abile {suffixo adjective} [used with verbbs in `-ar'] -able (that can be ...ed; that is worthy to be ...ed)
abject- {see} `abjic-' 
ablut- {see} `abluer' 
abort- {see} `abor-' 
abras- {see} `abrader' 
abrupt- {see} `abrumper' 
abscess- {see} `absceder' 
absciss- {see} `abscinder' 
absolut- {see} `absolver' 
absorpt- {see} `absorber' 
abstent- {see} `abstiner' 
abstract- {see} `abstraher' 
abstraction {n} abstraction (1. [Logic]; 2. state of being lost in thought); `facer abstraction de' to disregard, leave out of consideration 
abstrus- {see} `abstruder' 
abundar {v} to abound, be plentiful; `abundar in' to abound in or with
abus- {see} `abut-' 
accens- {see} `accender' 
accentu- {see} `accento' 
accept- {see} `accip-' 
access- {see} `acceder' 
accostumate 1 {pp} of `accostumar'; 2. {adj} accustomed, usual 
acquest- {see} `acquirer' 
acquiescente 1 {ppr} of `acquiescer'; 2. {adj} acquiescent 
acquisit- {see} `acquirer' 
act- {see} `ager' 
active {adj} active; `le voce active' the active voice 
acuminate 1 {pp} of `acuminar'; 2. {adj} pointed, acuminate 
[ad] {prep} 1. to; 2. at (`a') 
addormite 1 {pp} of `addormir'; 2. {adj} asleep 
adduct- {see} `adducer' 
adequate 1 {pp} of `adequar'; 2. {adj} adequate 
adhes- {see} `adherer' 
adject- {see} `adjic-' 
adjunct- {see} `adjunger' 
adjut- {see} `adjuvar' 
adjuvante 1 {ppr} of `adjuvar'; 2. {adj} helpful, adjuvant 
admiss- {see} `admitter' 
admixt- {see} `admiscer' 
adust- {see} `adurer' 
advent- {see} `advenir' 
advers- {see} `adverter' 
affect- {see} `afficer' 
affectionate 1 {pp} of `affectionar'; 2. {adj} affectionate 
affiliate 1 {pp} of `affiliar'; 2. {adj} affiliate, affiliated 
affix- {see} `affiger' 
afflict- {see} `affliger' 
affluente' I. ppr of `affluer'; II. {adj} 1. tributary (as in "tributary stream"); 2. affluent, opulent 
afflux- {see} `affluer' 
-age (-aje) {suffixo substantive} [used wiith nouns and verbs; `-agi-' before `-a-' and `-o-' of additional suffix] -age (1. collection of ...; 2. action or process of -ing)
agglutinante 1 {ppr} of `agglutinar'; 2. {adj} agglutinant, agglutinative;
aggress- {see} `aggreder' 
-agi- {see} `-age' 
agonisante 1 {ppr} of `agonisar'; 2. {adj} on the point of death 
al- {see} `alcohol', `aldehydo', or `aluminium' 
alarmante 1 {ppr} of `alarmar'; 2. {adj} alarming 
alauda {see} `aloda' 
alban- {see} `Albania' 
albricoch- {see} `albricoc' 
[al(c)-]' [occurring in compounds] some-, any- (`ali(c)-')
alcal- {see} `alcali' 
alienate 1 {pp} of `alienar'; 2. {adj} insane 
allectate 1 {pp} of `allectar'; 2. {adj} bedridden 
allitter- {see} `alliter-' 
allocut- {see} `alloquer' 
allus- {see} `alluder' 
alluv- {see} `allu-' 
altru- {see} `altere' 
am- {see} `ammoniaco' 
amate 1 {pp} of `amar (2)'; 2. {adj} beloved 
ambulante 1 {ppr} of `ambular'; 2. {adj} ambulant 
-amento {suffixo substantive} [used with verbs in `-ar'] -ament, -ement, -ment (action or result of ...ing)
ammon- {see} `ammoniaco' or `ammonium' 
an- {prefixo} [`a-' in positions other than before `-h-' and vowels; used with nouns and adjectives] a-, an-, (not ...; without or lacking ...)
anathemat- {see} `anathema' 
-ange- {see} `angio-' 
anhelante 1 {ppr} of `anhelar'; 2. {adj} panting, gasping 
animadvers- {see} `animadverter' 
animate' I. pp of `animar'; II. {adj} 1. animate, living; 2. animated, lively 
annex- {see} `annecter' 
-ante {suffixo adjective} [used with verbss in `-ar'; forming verbal adjectives] -ing, -ant (as in "abounding," "abundant")
-ante {suffixo substantive} [used with verrbs in `-ar'] -ant (1. one who or that which is ...ant; 2. one who or that which ...s)
antecess- {see} `anteceder' 
anteposit- {see} `anteponer' 
anthra- {see} `anthrace' 
-antia {suffixo substantive} [used with veerbs in `-ar'] -ance, -ancy (state or quality of ...ing or being ...ant)
ap- {see} `apo-' 
[a-pena] {adv} hardly, scarcely (`a pena') 
apercept- {see} `aperciper' 
aperiente 1 {ppr} of `aperir'; 2. {adj} aperient, laxative 
apert- {see} `aperir' 
aphrodis- {see} `Aphrodite' 
apo- {prefixo} [`ap-' before `-h-' and vowels; used chiefly to form technical terms] apo-, ap- (1. off, away; 2. separate)
apolog- {see} `apologia' 
appercept- {see} `apperciper' 
appetente 1 {ppr} of `appeter'; 2. {adj} longing, desirous (of) 
applaus- {see} `applauder' 
apposit- {see} `apponer' 
apprehens- {see} `apprehender' 
appropriate 1 {pp} of `appropriar'; 2. {adj} appropriate 
-ar {suffixo adjective} [used instead of ``-al' with nouns containing `-l-'] -ar (pertaining to ..., characteristic of ..., etc.)
arborescente 1 {ppr} of `arborescer'; 2. {adj} [Bot.] arborescent (of treelike growth) 
arborisate 1 {pp} of `arborisar'; 2. {adj} [Mineral.] dendritic 
archa- {see} `arche-' 
architect- {see} `architecton-' 
`arco triumphal' or `de triumpho' triumphal arch
ardente' I. ppr of `arder'; II. {adj} ardent (1. burning; 2. fervent) 
aromat- {see} `aroma' 
arretrate 1 {pp} of `arretrar'; 2. {adj} behindhand, in arrears;
arsen- {see} `arsenico' 
arsenio- {see} `arseniose' 
ascens- {see} `ascender' 
ascript- {see} `ascriber' 
aspect- {see} `aspic-' 
aspers- {see} `asperger' 
assalt- {see} `assalir' 
assert- {see} `asserer' 
assess- {see} `assider' 
assetate 1 {pp} of `assetar'; 2. {adj} thirsty, thirsting 
`(un libro) assi (belle)' so (beautiful a book), such (a beautiful book) (`si') 
assonante 1 {ppr} of `assonar'; 2. {adj} assonant 
assumpt- {see} `assumer' 
asthmat- {see} `asthma' 
astrict- {see} `astringer' 
astringente (1) 1 {ppr} of `astringer'; 2. {adj} astringent 
-ation {suffixo substantive} [used with veerbs in `-ar'; {note:} `-ation' + `-ose' `-atiose'] -ation (action or result of ...ing)
-ative {suffixo adjective} [used with verbbs in `-ar'] -ative (1. tending to ...; 2. having the function of ...ing)
`Oceano Atlantic' or `le Atlantico' Atlantic Ocean, the Atlantic 
-ator {suffixo substantive} [used with verrbs in `-ar'] -ator, - er (one who, or that which ...s)
-atori {suffixo adjective} [used with verbbs in `-ar'] -atory (pertaining to, or serving for, the action of ...ing)
-atoria {suffixo substantive} [used with verbs in `-ar'] -er (instrument for ...ing)
-atorio {suffixo substantive} [used with verbs in `-ar'] -atory, -atorium (place where ...ing is done)
-atra {see} `-latra' 
atrabili- {see} `atrabile' 
attent- {see} `attender' 
attenuante 1 {ppr} of `attenuar'; 2. {adj} extenuating;
attract- {see} `attraher' 
attrahente 1 {ppr} of `attraher'; 2. {adj} attractive, attracting 
attribut- {see} `attribuer' 
attrit- {see} `atter-' 
-atura {suffixo substantive} [used with veerbs in `-ar'] -ature (action or result of ...ing)
aurate 1 {pp} of `aurar'; 2. golden, gold-colored;
`aut ... aut' either ... or (`o') 
autorisate 1 {pp} of `autorisar'; 2. {adj} authorized 
avantiate' I. pp of `avantiar'; II. {adj} advanced (1. far on in progress; 2. far on in life, time or course);
avergoniate 1 {pp} of `avergoniar'; 2. {adj} ashamed 
avers- {see} `averter' 
avisate 1 {pp} of `avisar'; 2. {adj} prudent, circumspect;
avuls- {see} `aveller' 
axiomat- {see} `axioma' 
banch- {see} `banco', `banca' 
barch- {see} `barca' 
bastante 1 {ppr} of `bastar'; 2. {adj} enough, sufficient; 3. {adv} enough, sufficiently 
bel- {see} `belle' 
belletr- {see} `belles-lettres' 
benedict- {see} `benedicer' 
benefact- {see} `benefacer' 
benz- {see} `benzoe' 
bili- {see} `bile' 
blanch- {see} `blanc' 
bolchev- {see} `bolchevico' 
boliv- {see} `Bolivar, Simon' 
bor- {see} `borax'; `borace' 
bosch- {see} `bosco' 
botech- {see} `boteca' 
brillante (1) I. ppr of `brillar'; II. {adj} brillant (1. shining brightly; 2. splendid, distinguished) 
brusch- {see} `brusc' 
-bus {see} `omnibus' 
-c {see} `-ic' 
calceate 1 {pp} of `calcear'; 2. {adj} wearing shoes, boots, etc., shod 
calefact- {see} `calefacer' 
calmante 1 {ppr} of `calmar'; 2. {adj} calming; calmative 
cambiante 1 {ppr} of `cambiar'; 2. {adj} changeable (as in "changeable silk") 
camoci- {see} `camoce' 
camphorate 1 {pp} of `camphorar'; 2. {adj} camphorated, camphor 
cannellate 1 {ppr} of `cannellar'; 2. {adj} grooved, fluted; {also:} cannellated 
cant- {see} `can-' 
`canto gregorian', `canto plan' Gregorian chant, plain chant, plain song; `canto funebre' dirge 
caperna- {see} `Capernaum' 
capt- {see} `caper' 
`dar carta blanc a un persona' to give a person full authority; `(manducar) al carta' (to eat) à la carte;
cas- {see} `cader' 
casch- {see} `casco' 
casu- {see} `caso' 
cat-' see `cata-' 
cata- {prefixo} [`cat-' before `-h-' and vowels; used chiefly in technical terms] cata-, cat- (1. down, downwards; 2. against; 3. reflected)
caut-' see `cav-' 
cels-' see `-cell-' 
-cender' see `-cand-' 
cens-' see `censer' 
`(le) centesime parte', `(le) centesimo' (the) hundredth part, the hundredth 
`(tres) per cento' or `pro cento' (three) per cent
centu-' see `cento' 
centuplicate 1 {pp} of `centuplicar'; 2. {adj} centuplicate, hundredfold 
cereb- {see} `cerebro' 
-cerot- {see} `cer-' 
ces- {see} `ced-' 
cess- {see} `ceder' 
cessante 1 {ppr} of `cessar'; 2. {adj} ceasing 
-caste {see} `caste' 
cg {abbr} `centigramma' 
`vino de Champagne', `champagne' champagne 
checoslovach- {see} `checoslovac' 
`chimia inorganic', `chimia mineral' inorganic chemistry
chimo- {see} `chimia' 
chloracet- {see} `chloracetic' 
choc- {see} `choccar' 
chromat- {see} `chrom-' 
`ci juncto' herewith, hereto (joined); (`hic') 
-cid- {see} `cader', `ced-' 
-cider {see} `ced-' 
cinct- {see} `cinger' 
cinemat- {see} `cinema-' 
`le cinquantesime parte', `le cinquantesimo' the fiftieth part, the fiftieth 
-cip- {see} `caper' 
-cipite {see also} `capite' 
circumcis- {see} `circumcider' 
circumflex- {see} `circumflecter' 
circumlocut- {see} `circumloquer' 
circumscript- {see} `circumscriber' 
circumspect- {see} `circumspic-' 
circumvallate 1 {pp} of `circumvallar'; 2. {adj} circumvallate, surrounded with a rampart 
circumvolut- {see} `circumvolver' 
cl {abbr} `centilitro' 
-clar {abbr} `-calar' 
claus- {abbr} `clauder' 
`clave de basso', `clave de fa' [Mus.] F or base clef;
cm {abbr} `centimetro';
`cm^2' `centimetro quadrate';
`cm^3' `centimetro cubic' 
co- {see also} `con-' 
coact- {see} `coager' 
coadjut- {see} `coadjuvar' 
`azur' or `blau de cobalt' cobalt blue
con- {prefixo} [`co-' before `-h-' and vowels; `col-' before `-l-'; `com-' before `-b-', `-m-', `-p-'; `cor-' before `-r-'] con-, co-, col-, cor- (with, together, jointly, mutually)
copert- {see} `coperir' 
cor- {see} `con-' 
cordi- {see} `corde' 
dl {abbr} `decilitro' 
dm {abbr} `decimetro';
`dm (2)' `decimetro quadrate';
`dm^2' `decimetro cubic' 
en- {prefixo} [`em-' before `-b-', `-m-', `-p-', `-ph-'; used chiefly to form technical terms] en-, em- (in, into)
-ente {suffixo adjective} [used with verbss in `-er'; forming verbal adjectives] -ing, -ent (as in "recurring", "recurrent")
-ente {suffixo substantive} [used with verrbs in `-er'] -ent (1. one who or that which is ...ent; 2. one who or that which ...s)
-entia {suffixo substantive} [used with veerbs in `-er'] -ence, -ency (state or quality of ...ing or being ...ant)
epi- {prefixo} [`ep-' before `-h-' or vowel, used chiefly to form technical terms] epi-, ep- (on, upon)
[for]' I. {adv} 1. out of doors, outside, out; 2. from without; II. {prep} 1. beyond; 2. except; for de outside of, without; for de se beside oneself (`foras', `foris') 
g {abbr} `gramma' 
ha (1) {pr of `haber'} have, has 
ha (2) {abbr} `hectar' 
hl {abbr} `hectolitro' 
-ibile {suffixo adjective} [used with verbbs in `-er' and `-ir'] -ible, -able (that can be ...ed; that is worthy to be
-ic {suffixo adjective} [`-c' after `-i-'  of the stem, or of another suffix; used with nouns] -ic, -ical (of, pertaining to etc., ... or ...s)
`id es', `i.e.' that is (to say), i.e. 
-iente {suffixo adjective} [used with verbbs in `-ir'; forming verbal adjectives] -ing, -ient (as in "nourishing," "nutrient")
-iente {suffixo substantive} [used with veerbs in `-ir'] -ient (1. one who or that which is ...ient; 2. one who or that which
-ientia {suffixo substantive} [used with verbs in `-ir'] -ience, -iency (state or quality of ...ing or being ...ient)
[il] {pron pers} 1. he; 2. him (as in "with him, with it", "for him, for it") (`ille') 
-imento {suffixo substantive} [used with verbs in `-er' and `-ir'] -iment, -ishment, -ment (action or result of ...ing)
in- (1) {preffixo verbal} [`il-' before `-l-'; `im-' before `-b-', `-m-', `-p-'; `ir-' before `-r-'; used with verbs, and, in combination with verbal suffixes, with nouns and adjectives] in-, il-, im-, ir- (in, into [expressing position in or on, motion into, change into, etc.])
in- (2) {prefixo} [`i-' before `-gn-'; `il-' before `-l-'; `im-' before `-b-', `-m-', `-p-'; `ir-' before `-r-'; used with adjectives and nouns] in-, i-, il-, im-, ir-, un- (not ...; lacking ...; lack of ...)
-ion {suffixo substantive} [used with the  second stem of verbs in `-er' and `-ir'; {note:} `-ion' + `-ose' `-iose'] -ion (action or result of ...ing)
-ismo {suffixo substantive} [used with nouuns, adjectives, and verbs in `-isar'] -ism (1. action, process, practice, or result of ...izing; 2. state or practice of being ...; 3. [Med.] abnormal condition resulting from excess of ...; 4. doctrine or practice of ... or concerned with what is ...; 5. something characteristic of ...; {also:} the language of ...)
-ista {suffixo substantive} [used with nouuns and adjectives, and with verbs in `-isar'] -ist (1. one who ...izes or believes in ...izing; 2. one who practices the art or science of ...; 3. adherent of the doctrine of or of the ...)
-ista {suffixo adjective} [used with nounss and adjectives, and with verbs in `-isar'] -ist, -istic (pertaining to ...ism or to ...ists)
-itate {suffixo substantive} [used with addjectives; `-it-' before additional suffix] -ity, -iety (state or quality of being ...)
-ition {suffixo substantive} [used with veerbs in `-er' and `-ir'; {note:} `-ition' + `-ose' `-itiose'] -ition (action or result of ...ing)
-itive {suffixo adjective} [used with verbbs in `-er' and `-ir'] -itive (1. tending to ...; 2. having the function of ...ing)
-itor {suffixo substantive} [used with verrbs in `-er' and `-ir'] -itor, -er (one who, or that which ...s)
-itori {suffixo adjective} [used with verbbs in `-er' and `-ir'] -itory (pertaining to, or serving for, the action of ...ing)
-itoria {suffixo substantive} [used with verbs in `-er' and `-ir'] -e (instrument for ...ing)
-itorio {suffixo substantive} [used with verbs in `-er' and `-ir'] -itory, -itorium (place where ...ing is done)
-itude {suffixo substantive} [used with addjectives; `-itudin-' before additional suffix] -itude (state or quality of being ...)
-itura {suffixo substantive} [used with veerbs in `-er' and `-ir'] -iture (action or result of ...ing]
-ive {suffixo adjective} [used with the seecond stem of verbs in `-er' and `-ir'] -ive (1. tending to ...; 2. having the function of ...ing)
`non ... ja' no longer (`jam') 
kg {abbr} `kilogramma' 
kl {abbr} `kilolitro' 
km {abbr} `kilometro';
`km^2' `kilometro quadrate' 
l {abbr} `litro' 
m {abbr} `metro';
`m^2 ' `metro quadrate';
`m^3' `metro cubic' 
`non solmente ... ma alsi' not only ... but also (`mais') 
meta- {prefixo} [`met-' before vowels and `-h-'; used chiefly to form technical terms] meta-, met- (1. behind; 2. beyond, transcending, higher; 3. changed, transferred, transformed) Hence: metastase etc.; metempsychose etc.; metaphysic etc.; metamorphe etc.; methodo etc. 
mm {abbr} `millimetro';
`mm^2' `millimetro quadrate';
`mm^3' `millimetro cubic' 
no {adv} no; `no!' no! 
-or {suffixo substantive} [used with the ssecond stem of verbs in `-er' and `-ir'] -or, -er (one who or that which ...s)
-orio {suffixo substantive} [used with thee second stem of verbs in `-er' and `-ir'] -ory, -orium (place where ...ing is done)
-ose {suffixo adjective} [used with nouns;; {note:} `-ion' + `-ose' `-iose'] -ose, -ous (1. having, full of, rich in ...; 2. characterized by ...)
para- {prefixo} [`par-' before vowels and `-h-'; used chiefly to form technical terms] para-, par- (1. beside, alongside ...; 2. amiss, faulty, wrong; 3. resembling; modification of ...)
[qua] {adv} as, in the capacity of, `qua' 
[quod] rel {pron} that, what [quod] {conj} that, because, why quod erat demonstrandum, QED [Math] `quod erat demonstrandum, QED' 
rapa {n} turnip (`Brassica rapa')
rata {n} rate (as in "at the rate of"); pro rata `pro rata', proportionally 
rentero {n} independent gentleman, `rentier' 
ribes (rí-) {n} currant (acid berry of several species of `Ribes'); ribes (rubie, nigre, etc.) (red, black, etc.) currant 
senato-consulto {n} [Rom. Hist.] `senatus consultum', senatusconsult 
sub- {prefixo} [subject to assimilation before `-c-', `-f-', `-g-', `-m-', `-p-', `-r-'; sometimes `sus-' before `-c-', `-p-', `-t-'] sub-, suc-, suf- , sug-, sum-, sup-, sur-, sus- (1. under, underneath; 2. subordinate; subdivision of; 3. slightly; 4. up, upwards)
syn- {prefixo} [`syl-' before `-l-'; `sym-' before `-b-', `-m-', `-p-', `-ph-'; used chiefly to form technical terms] syn-, syl-, sym- (with, together; alike)
trans- {prefixo} [`tran-' before `-s-' + consonant] trans-, tran- (1. beyond, across; 2. through; 3. [expressing change, transformation])
ultimate 1 {pp} of `ultimar'; 2. {adj} ultimate 
-ura {suffixo substantive} [used with the  second stem of verbs in `-er' and `-ir'] -ure (action or result of ...ing)