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n00b {n} (beginner) SEE: newbie ::
n/a {initialism} (not applicable) :: não aplicável
n/a {initialism} (not available) :: indisponível
naan {n} (flat bread) :: naan {m}
Naberezhnye Chelny {prop} (city in the Republic of Tatarstan, Russia) :: Naberezhnyye Chelny
NaCl {n} (sodium chloride) SEE: sodium chloride ::
NaCl {n} (table salt) SEE: table salt ::
nacre {n} (pearly substance on the interior of shells) SEE: mother-of-pearl ::
nada {pron} (nothing) SEE: nothing ::
Nadia {prop} (female given name) :: Nádia {f}
n-adic {adj} (having a valency of n) :: n-ádico
nadir {n} (point of the sky) :: nadir {m}
nadir {n} (figuratively the lowest point) :: nadir {m}
nadiral {adj} (at a nadir) :: nadiral
naevoid {adj} (resembling a naevus) :: nevoide
naevus {n} (abnormal area on skin) SEE: mole ::
naevus flammeus {n} (anatomy: vascular birthmark) :: malformação capilar {f}, mancha em vinho do Porto {f}
NAFLD {n} (non-alcoholic fatty liver disease) :: esteatohepatite não-alcoólica {f}, EHNA {f}
nag {n} (small horse) :: pônei {m}
nag {n} (old useless horse) :: rocim {m}
nag {v} (complain about insignificant matters) :: resmungar
nag {v} (bother with memories) :: importunar
naga {n} (a semi-divine mythological creature in the form of a snake) :: naga {f}
Nagaland {prop} (state) :: Nagaland
Nagano {prop} (a city in Japan) :: Nagano {f}
Nagasaki {prop} (a city in Kyushu, Japan) :: Nagasaki {f}, Nagasáqui {f}
nagger {n} (one who nags) :: resmungão {m}
Nagorno-Karabakh {prop} (region in South Caucasus) :: Nagorno-Karabakh {m}
Nagorno-Karabakh Republic {prop} (country in South Caucasus) :: República de Nagorno-Karabakh {f}
Nagorny Karabakh {prop} (Nagorno-Karabakh) SEE: Nagorno-Karabakh ::
Nagykanizsa {prop} (town in Hungary) :: Nagykanizsa {f}
nah {interj} (no) :: nem
Naha {prop} (city in Okinawa, Japan) :: Naha {f}
Nahuatl {prop} (language) :: nahuatl {m}, nauatle {m}
Nahum {prop} (book of the Bible) :: Naum
naiad {n} (female deity) :: náiade {f}, náiada {f}
nail {n} (on fingers and toes) :: unha {f}
nail {n} (spike-shaped metal fastener used for joining wood or similar materials) :: prego {m}, cravo {m}
nail {v} (employ a nail as a fastener) :: pregar
nail {v} (catch) :: pegar
nail clipper {n} (nail trimmer) :: cortador de unha {m}
nail cutter {n} (nail clipper) SEE: nail clipper ::
nail file {n} (A file for shaping one's fingernails and toenails) :: lixa de unha {f}
nail gun {n} (gun which drives nails) :: pistola de pregos {f}
nail-patella syndrome {n} (genetic disorder that results in poorly developed nails and kneecaps) :: síndrome unha-patela {f}
nail polish {n} (cosmetic lacquer) :: verniz {m} [Portugal], esmalte {m} [Brazil], esmalte de unha
nail polish remover {n} (solvent used to remove nail polish) :: removedor de esmalte {m}
nail trimmer {n} (nail clipper) SEE: nail clipper ::
Nairobi {prop} (capital of Kenya) :: Nairóbi {f}, Nairobi {f}
naive {adj} (lacking experience, wisdom, or judgement) :: ingênuo
naively {adv} (in a naive manner) :: inocentemente
naivety {n} (naïveté) SEE: naïveté ::
naked {adj} (not wearing any clothes) :: nu, pelado, despido
naked {adj} (glib, without decoration, put bluntly) :: nu
naked eye {n} (unaided eyesight) :: olho nu {m}, vista desarmada {f}
nakedhood {n} (nakedness) SEE: nakedness ::
nakedness {n} (state of being naked) :: nudez {f}
Nakhichevan {prop} (historically an Armenian region, currently a landlocked exclave of Azerbaijan) :: Nakhichevan {m}
Nakhodka {prop} (city in Russia) :: Nakhodka {f}
Nalchik {prop} (city in Russia) :: Nalchik {f}
namaste {n} (a greeting) :: namastê, namaste
namaz {n} (prayer) SEE: prayer ::
namaz {n} (salat) SEE: salat ::
name {n} (word or phrase indicating a particular person, place, class or thing) :: nome {m}
name {n} (reputation) :: nome {m}, fama {f}, reputação {f}
name {v} (to give a name to) :: nomear, denominar, chamar
name {v} (to mention, specify) :: escolher, eleger
name {v} (to identify, define, specify) :: especificar, precisar
name {v} (to publicly implicate) :: identificar
name {v} (to designate for a role) :: nomear
name brand {n} (trademark) :: marca de nome {f}
name-calling {n} (abusive or insulting language) :: xingamento {m}
name card {n} (business card) SEE: business card ::
name day {n} (feast day of a saint) :: dia onomástico {m}
nameless {adj} (having no name) :: sem nome
namely {adv} (specifically) :: leia-se, nomeadamente
namesake {n} (person with the same name as another) :: tocaio {m}, homónimo {m} [Portugal], homônimo {m} [Brazil], xará {m} {f} [Brazil]
namespace {n} (conceptual space) :: namespace {m}, espaço de nomes {m}
Namibia {prop} (Republic of Namibia) :: Namíbia
Namibian {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Namibia) :: namibiano, namíbio, namibiense
Namibian {n} (a person from Namibia or of Namibian descent) :: namibiano {m}, namíbio {m}, namibiense
Nanjing {prop} (Chinese city) :: Nanquim
nanny {n} (child's nurse) :: babá {f}
nanny {n} (female goat) SEE: nanny goat ::
nanny goat {n} (female goat) :: cabra {f}
nano- {prefix} (10-9) :: nano-
nano- {prefix} (nanotechnology industry) :: nano-
nanocomposite {n} (any composite material one or more of whose components is a nanoparticle) :: nanocompósito {m}, nanocomposto {m}
nanometer {n} (nanometre) SEE: nanometre ::
nanometre {n} (subunit of length) :: nanômetro {m}
nanori {n} (Japanese kanji readings for names) :: nanori {m}
nanosecond {n} (measure of time) :: nanossegundo {m}
nanotechnology {n} (science and technology of creating nanoparticles) :: nanotecnologia {f}
Nantes {prop} (a city in west France) :: Nantes {f}
Naomi {prop} (Biblical character) :: Noemi {f}
Naomi {prop} (female given name) :: Noemi {f}, Noémia {f} [Portugal], Noêmia {f} [Brazil]
nap {n} (a short period of sleep, especially during the day) :: sesta {f}, soneca {f}, cochilo {m}
nap {v} (to have a nap) :: cochilar
napalm {n} (inflammable substance) :: napalm {m}
nape {n} (back part of the neck) :: nuca {f}
naphtha {n} (naturally-occurring liquid petroleum) :: nafta {f}
naphtha {n} (liquid distilled from petroleum) :: nafta {f}
naphthalene {n} (white crystalline hydrocarbon) :: naftalina {f}
napkin {n} (diaper) SEE: diaper ::
napkin {n} (sanitary napkin) SEE: sanitary napkin ::
napkin {n} (serviette) :: guardanapo {m}
napkin ring {n} (ring holding napkin) :: porta-guardanapo {m}
Naples {prop} (province in Italy) :: Nápoles {f}
Naples {prop} (city in Italy) :: Nápoles {f}
Naples yellow {n} (yellow pigment, lead(II) antimonate) :: amarelo de Nápoles {m}, amarelo Nápoles {m}, [Portugal] amarelo de antimónio {m}
Napoleon {prop} (Napoleon Bonaparte) :: Napoleão {m}
Napoleon {prop} (male given name) :: Napoleão {m}
napoo {interj} (there is no more) :: babau, já era
nappy {n} (diaper) SEE: diaper ::
Nara {prop} (prefecture in Japan) :: Nara
narcissism {n} (excessive love of oneself) :: narcisismo {m}
narcissus {n} (any of several bulbous flowering plants, of the genus Narcissus) :: narciso {m}
narcolepsy {n} (sleeping disorder) :: narcolepsia {f}
narcoleptic {n} (one who suffers from narcolepsy) :: narcoléptico {m}
narcoleptic {adj} (pertaining to narcolepsy) :: narcoléptico
narcotic {n} (numbing drug) :: narcótico
nark {n} (police spy) :: bufo
Narnia {prop} (a fictional land) :: Nárnia {f}
narrate {v} (to relate a story) :: narrar, contar
narration {n} (act of recounting or relating) :: narração {f}
narration {n} (orderly recital of the particulars of a transaction or event) :: narração {f}
narrative {n} (systematic recitation of an event) :: narrativa {f}
narratology {n} (the study of narrative structure) :: narratologia {f}
narrator {n} (in story) :: narrador {m}
narrator {n} (in film and television) :: narrador {m}
narrow {adj} (having small width) :: estreito {m}, estreita {f}
narrow {v} (to reduce in width or extent) :: estreitar
narrow {v} (to get narrower) :: estreitar-se
narrowly {adv} (by a narrow margin; closely) :: por pouco
narrow-mindedness {n} (the state of being narrow-minded) :: tacanhez {f}, tacanhice {f}, estreiteza {f}
narrowness {n} (state of being narrow) :: estreiteza {f}
Narses {prop} (given name) :: Narses {m}
narthex {n} (vestibule leading to the nave) :: nártex {m}
Narva {prop} (City in Estonia) :: Narva {f}
narwhal {n} (Arctic cetacean) :: narval {m}
NASA {prop} (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) :: NASA {f}
nasal {adj} (pertaining to the nose) :: nasal
nasal {adj} (having a quality imparted by means of the nose) :: nasal
nasal {n} (vowel or consonant articulated with air flowing through the nose) :: nasal
nasal bone {n} (either of two small oblong bones which form "the bridge" of the nose) :: osso nasal {m}
nasal concha {n} (bony plate in the nasal cavity) :: concha nasal {f}, corneto {m}
nasality {n} (state or quality of being nasal) :: nasalidade {f}
nasalization {n} (articulation such that air flows through the nose and mouth) :: nasalização
nasalness {n} (quality of being nasal) :: nasalidade {f}
nasal septum {n} (septum in the nose) :: septo nasal {m}
nasosinusal {adj} (relating to the nasal sinus) :: nasossinusal
Nassau {prop} (capital of the Bahamas) :: Nassau
nasty {adj} (dirty, filthy) :: porco {m}
nasty {adj} (contemptible of a person) :: menosprezível
nasty {adj} (indecent or offensive; obscene, lewd) :: obsceno {m}
natal {adj} (Of or relating to birth) :: natal
Natalia {prop} (female given name) SEE: Natalie ::
Natalie {prop} (female given name) :: Natália {f}
natality {n} (ratio of live births to population) :: natalidade {f}
Nataraja {prop} (dancing posture of the Hindu god Shiva) :: Shiva Nataraja {m}
Natasha {prop} (female given name) :: Natasha {f}, Natacha {f}
Nathan {prop} (biblical prophet) :: Natã {m}
Nathan {prop} (male given name) :: Natã {m}, Natan {m}
nation {n} (community of people) :: nação {f}
nation {n} (sovereign state) :: estado {m}
national {adj} (of or having to do with a nation) :: nacional
national anthem {n} (official song of a nation or country) :: hino nacional {m}
nationalisation {n} (making private assets public) :: nacionalização {f}
nationalism {n} (idea of supporting one's country and culture) :: nacionalismo {m}
nationalism {n} (support of one nation's interests to the exclusion of others) SEE: jingoism ::
nationalist {adj} (of or relating to nationalism) :: nacionalista
nationalist {n} (advocate of nationalism) :: nacionalista {m} {f}
nationalistic {adj} (of, relating to, or advocating nationalism) SEE: nationalist ::
nationality {n} (membership of a nation or state) :: nacionalidade {f}
nationality {n} (national character or identity) :: nacionalidade {f}
nationality {n} (nationalism) SEE: nationalism ::
nationalization {n} (nationalisation) SEE: nationalisation ::
nationalize {v} (to make a private asset public) :: estatizar, nacionalizar
nationally {adv} (in a way relating to the whole nation) :: nacionalmente
national park {n} (national park) :: parque nacional {m}
national security {n} (safety of a country) :: segurança nacional {f}
National Socialism {n} (ideology of Adolf Hitler's NSDAP) :: nacional-socialismo {m}
National Socialist {n} (Adherent of National Socialism) :: nacional-socialista {m} {f}
national sports team {n} (national sports team) :: seleção nacional {f}
nation of laws {n} (nation-state subject to rule of law) :: estado de direito {m}
nation-state {n} (nation state or nation-state) :: estado-nação {m}
native {adj} (belonging to one by birth) :: nativo
native {adj} (characteristic of or relating to people inhabiting a region from the beginning) :: indígena, nativo
native {adj} (characteristic of or existing by virtue of geographic origin) :: nativo
native {adj} (computing: written specifically to run on a particular processor) :: nativo
native {n} (person who is native to a place) :: nativo {m}, indígena {m} {f}; selvagem {m} {f} [pejorative]
native {n} (native speaker) SEE: native speaker ::
Native American {adj} (of the American Indians) SEE: Indian ::
native language {n} (one's first language learned in childhood) SEE: mother tongue ::
native language {n} (language of a Native or Aboriginal people) :: língua indígena {f}
native speaker {n} (person who grew up with a particular language as their mother tongue) :: falante nativo {m}, falante nativa {f}
nativity play {n} (the production/performance) :: peça de natal {f}
nativity scene {n} (nativity scene) :: presépio
NATO {prop} (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) :: OTAN {f}
natter {v} (to talk idly) :: tagarelar
Natterer's slaty antshrike {n} (bird) :: [Brazil]: choca-de-natterer
natto {n} (Japanese food product) :: natto {m}
natural {adj} (relating to nature) :: natural
natural {adj} (without additives) :: natural
natural {adj} (as expected) :: normal
natural {n} (musical note, symbol) :: bequadro {m}
natural child {n} (child born to unmarried parents) :: filho ilegítimo {m}
natural disaster {n} (natural phenomenon) :: desastre natural {m}
natural gas {n} (mixture of gaseous hydrocarbons associated with petroleum deposits) :: gás natural {m}
natural history {n} (study of the origins and evolution of all living things) :: história natural {f}
naturalism {n} (a state of nature; conformity to nature) :: naturalismo {m}
naturalize {v} (to acclimatize an animal or plant) SEE: acclimatize ::
naturalize {v} (to grant citizenship) :: naturalizar
naturalize {v} (to make to natural) :: naturalizar
natural join {n} (join) :: junção natural
natural language {n} (human language developed naturally) :: língua natural {f}
natural language processing {n} (field concerning interaction with computers using natural languages) :: processamento de linguagem natural {m}
natural log {n} (natural logarithm) SEE: natural logarithm ::
natural logarithm {n} (logarithm in base e) :: logaritmo natural {m}
naturally {adv} (in a natural manner) :: naturalmente
naturally {adv} (inherently or by nature) :: naturalmente
naturally {adv} (surely) :: naturalmente
naturalness {n} (state or quality of being natural) :: naturalidade {f}
natural number {n} (positive integer or non-negative integer) :: número natural {m}
natural numbers {n} (number theory) :: números naturais
natural person {n} (human being) :: pessoa física {f}
natural resource {n} (source of wealth that occurs naturally) :: recurso natural {m}
natural science {n} (science involved in studying phenomena or laws of the physical world) :: ciência natural {f}
natural selection {n} (natural selection) :: seleção natural {f}
nature {n} (the natural world) :: natureza {f}
nature {n} (essential characteristics) :: natureza {f}
nature {n} (primitive state of being) :: natureza {f}
nature {n} (everything related to biological and geographical states) :: natureza {f}
nature's scythe {n} (penis) SEE: penis ::
naturism {n} (the belief in or practice of going nude or unclad) :: naturismo {m}
naught {n} (nothingness) :: nada {m}
naughty {adj} (bad; tending to misbehave or act badly) :: travesso, levado
naughty {adj} (risqué, sexually suggestive) :: safado
naumachia {n} (recreation of sea battles in Ancient Rome) :: naumaquia {f}
Naupactus {prop} (Greek town) :: Lepanto {f}, Naupactus {f}
Nauru {prop} (Republic of Nauru) :: Nauru {m}
Nauruan {n} (person from Nauru) :: nauruano {m}
Nauruan {adj} (pertaining to Nauru) :: nauruano
nausea {n} (feeling of physical unwellness, usually with the desire to vomit) :: náusea {f}, enjoo
nausea {n} (strong dislike or disgust) :: desgosto {m}, asco {m}, repulsão {f}
nausea {n} (motion sickness) SEE: motion sickness ::
Nausicaa {prop} (princess in the Odyssey) :: Nausícaa {f}
-naut {suffix} (forms nouns meaning a voyager, farer or tripper) :: -nauta {m} {f}
nautical {adj} (relating to ships, shipping, navigation, and seamen) :: náutico
nautical mile {n} (nautical: a unit of measure equal to 1852 metres) :: milha náutica {f}
nautilus {n} (marine mollusc of the family Nautilidae) :: náutilo {m}
Navajo {n} (person) :: navajo {m}
Navajo {prop} (language) :: navajo {m}
naval {adj} (of or relating to a navy) :: naval
Navarran {adj} (Navarrese) SEE: Navarrese ::
Navarran {n} (Navarrese) SEE: Navarrese ::
Navarre {prop} (autonomous community of Spain) :: Navarra
Navarrese {adj} (from Navarre) :: navarro, navarrês
Navarrese {n} (someone from Navarre) :: navarro {m}, navarrês {m}
nave {n} (the middle or body of a church) :: nave {f}
navel {n} (remnant of umbilical cord) :: umbigo {m}
naïveté {n} (lack of sophistication, experience, judgement or worldliness; artlessness; gullibility; credulity) :: ingenuidade {f}
navicular bone {n} (bone) :: navicular {m}
navigable {adj} (for a body of water: sea, river etc.) :: navegável
navigatable {adj} (navigable) SEE: navigable ::
navigate {v} (travel over water) :: navegar
navigate {v} (move on the internet) :: navegar
navigation {n} (canal) SEE: canal ::
navigation {n} (theory, practice and technology of charting a course for a ship, aircraft or spaceship) :: navegação {f}, náutica {f}
navigation {n} (traffic or travel by vessel) :: navegação {f}
navigational chart {n} (map of a maritime area) :: carta náutica {f}
navy {n} (sea force) :: marinha {f}
navy {n} (department) :: marinha {f}
navy {n} (navy blue colour) :: azul-marinho {m}
navy {adj} (having a navy (dark blue) colour, see also: light blue; blue) :: azul-marinho {m} {f}
navy {adj} (belonging to the navy) :: da marinha {m} {f}
navy blue {n} (a dark blue color) :: naval {m}
Naxos {prop} (an island in Greece) :: Naxos {f}
Naxos {prop} (a town in Greece) :: Naxos {f}
nay {conj} (or even) :: ou mesmo
Naypyidaw {prop} (capital of Myanmar) :: Naypyidaw
Nay Pyi Taw {prop} (Naypyidaw) SEE: Naypyidaw ::
Nazareth {prop} (Nazareth) :: Nazaré
Nazca {prop} (province in southern Peru) :: Nazca {f}, Nasca {f}
Nazca {prop} (capital city of Nazca province) :: Nazca {f}, Nasca {f}
Nazca {prop} (ancient Peruvian culture) :: nazcas {m-p}, nascas {m-p}
nazi {adj} (Nazi) SEE: Nazi ::
nazi {n} (Nazi) SEE: Nazi ::
Nazi {n} (member of the Nazi party) :: nazista {m} {f}, nazi {m} {f}
Nazi {adj} (pertaining to the Nazi Party or Nazism) :: nazista, nazi
Nazianzus {prop} (Town in the region of Cappadocia) :: Nazianzo
Nazism {prop} (the ideology of Adolf Hitler’s NSDAP) :: nazismo {m}
N-bomb {n} (neutron bomb) SEE: neutron bomb ::
N'Djamena {prop} (capital city of Chad) :: N'Djamena {f}, Jamena {f}
neanderthal {adj} (of or pertaining to Homines neanderthalenses) :: neandertal
neanderthal {n} (a primitive person) :: neandertal {m} {f}
neanderthal {n} (a Homo neanderthalensis specimen) SEE: Neanderthal ::
Neanderthal {adj} (of or pertaining to Homines neanderthalenses) SEE: neanderthal ::
Neanderthal {n} (a primitive person) SEE: neanderthal ::
Neanderthal {n} (a Homo neanderthalensis specimen) :: neandertal {m} {f}
Neapolitan {adj} (pertaining to Naples) :: napolitano
Neapolitan {adj} (ice cream) :: sorvete napolitano {m}
Neapolitan {n} (inhabitant or resident of Naples) :: napolitano {m}, napolitana {f}
Neapolitan {prop} (language of Naples, Italy) :: napolitano {m}
neap tide {n} (tide which occurs when the moon is in its first or third quarter) :: maré de quadratura {f}, maré de quarto {f}, maré de águas mortas {f}
near {adj} (physically close) :: perto, próximo
near {adj} (of an event, approaching) :: próximo, prestes
near {adv} (having a small intervening distance with regard to something) :: perto
near {prep} (in close proximity to) :: perto de, próximo de
near {v} (come closer to) :: aproximar
near {adv} (nearly) SEE: nearly ::
nearby {adj} (adjacent) :: próximo
nearby {adv} (close to) :: próximo
Nearctic {prop} (ecozone covering most of the North American continent) :: Neártico {m}
Nearctic {adj} (relating to the Neartcic ecozone) :: neártico
Near East {prop} (region in Asia) :: Oriente Próximo {m}, Próximo Oriente {m}
nearly {adv} (almost, but not quite) :: quase
nearness {n} (proximity) SEE: proximity ::
near point {n} (eye can focus) :: ponto próximo {m}
nearsightedness {n} (property of being nearsighted) :: miopia {f}
neat {n} (cattle) SEE: cattle ::
neat {n} (cow, bovine) :: [formally] bovino {m}
neat {adj} (tidy, free from dirt) :: asseado, limpado
neat {adj} (having a simple elegance or style; clean, trim, tidy, tasteful) :: leve
neatness {n} (the state of being neat) :: asseio {m}
Nebraska {prop} (US state) :: Nebrasca
Nebuchadnezzar {prop} (a ruler of Babylon) :: Nabucodonosor {m}
nebula {n} (a space cloud) :: nebulosa {f}
nebulous {adj} (in the form of a cloud) :: nebuloso {m}
necessarily {adv} (of necessity) :: necessariamente
necessary {adj} (needed, required) :: necessário
necessary {adj} (such as must be) :: necessário
necessitate {v} (to make necessary; require something to be brought about) :: necessitar
necessity {n} (quality or state of being necessary, unavoidable, or absolutely requisite) :: necessidade {f}
necessity {n} (that which is necessary) :: necessidade {f}
necessity {n} (that which makes an act or an event unavoidable) :: necessidade {f}
necessity is the mother of innovation {proverb} (necessity is the mother of invention) SEE: necessity is the mother of invention ::
necessity is the mother of invention {proverb} (a person in need will find a way) :: a necessidade aguça o engenho, a necessidade é a mãe de toda invenção
neck {n} (the part of body connecting the head and the trunk found in humans and some animals) :: pescoço {m}
neck {n} (the part of a shirt, dress etc., which fits a person's neck) :: gola {f}
neck {n} (the tapered part of a bottle toward the opening) :: gargalo {m}
neck {n} (the extension of any stringed instrument on which a fingerboard is mounted) :: braço {m}
neck {v} (hang by the neck; strangle; kill) :: esganar, estrangular, enforcar
neck and neck {adj} (very close in progress) :: pau a pau [Brazil]
necklace {n} (jewelry) :: colar {m}
necktie {n} (strip of cloth worn around the neck and tied in the front) :: gravata {f}
necro- {prefix} (related to death) :: necro-
necrocracy {n} (government that still operates under the rules of a former, dead leader) :: necrocracia {f}
necromancer {n} (person who practices necromancy) :: necromante {m} {f}
necromancy {n} (divination involving the dead) :: necromancia, nigromancia
necromantic {adj} (of necromancy) :: necromântico {m}
necrophage {n} (organism) :: necrófago {m}
necrophagous {adj} (that eats dead or decaying flesh) :: necrófago
necrophagy {n} (eating of dead or decaying animal flesh) :: necrofagia {f}
necrophilia {n} (pathological attraction to dead bodies) :: necrofilia {f}
necrophilia {n} (pathological fascination with death) :: necrofilia {f}
necrophiliac {n} (person who engages in necrophilia) :: necrófilo {m}
necrophobia {n} (fear of death or corpses) :: necrofobia
necropolis {n} (large cemetery) :: necrópole {f}
necrosis {n} (localized death of cells or tissue) :: necrose {f}
necrotic {adj} (of or pertaining to necrosis) :: necrótico, necrósico
necrotizing fasciitis {n} (necrotizing fasciitis) :: fasciite necrotizante {f}, fasceíte necrotizante {f}, fasciite necrosante {f}, fasceíte necrosante {f}, fascite necrosante {f}, fascite necrotizante {f}
nectar {n} (drink of the gods) :: néctar {m}, néctar dos deuses {m}
nectar {n} (sweet liquid secreted by flowers) :: néctar {m}
nectar {n} (any delicious drink) :: néctar dos deuses {m}
nectarine {n} (fruit) :: nectarina {f}
need {n} (something required) :: necessidade {f}
need {n} (lack of means of subsistence) :: necessidade {f}
need {v} (to have an absolute requirement for) :: necessitar, precisar
need {v} (to want strongly) :: precisar
need {v} (to be obliged to) :: precisar, necessitar
neediness {n} (characteristic of being needy) :: carência {f}
needle {n} (implement for sewing etc.) :: agulha {f}
needle {n} (indicating device) :: agulha {f}
needle {n} (sensor phonograph stylus) :: agulha {f}
needle {n} (leaf of conifer) :: agulha {f}
needlecase {n} (case for keeping needles) :: agulheiro {m}
needlefish {n} (slender fish) :: agulhão {m}
needle in a haystack {n} (idiomatic) :: agulha num palheiro
needless {adj} (not needed) :: desnecessário
needlessly {adv} (in a needless manner) :: desnecessariamente
needs {adv} (necessarily) SEE: necessarily ::
needy {adj} (in need, poor) :: necessitado {m}
needy {adj} (needing constant affirmation) :: carente
neem {n} (Azadirachta indica) :: amargoseira {f}, nim {m}
ne'er-do-well {n} (good-for-nothing) SEE: good-for-nothing ::
NEET {n} (person not in employment, education or training) :: nem-nem {m} {f}
nefandous {adj} (unspeakable, appalling) :: nefando
nefarious {adj} (sinful, villainous, criminal, or wicked, especially when noteworthy or notorious for such characteristics) :: nefasto
Nefertiti {prop} (a queen of Ancient Egypt) :: Nefertiti {f}
negation {n} (act of negating something) :: negação {f}
negation {n} (negation in logic) :: negação {f}
negationism {n} (denialism) SEE: denialism ::
negative {adj} (not positive or neutral) :: negativo
negative {adj} (of electrical charge) :: negativo
negative {adj} (mathematics: less than zero) :: negativo
negative {adj} (linguistics: denying a proposition) :: negativo
negative {adj} (inherently damaging) :: negativo
negative {n} (photography) :: negativa {f}
negative {n} (mathematics: negative quantity) :: negativo {m}
negativism {n} :: negativismo {m}
Negev {prop} (a desert in southern Israel) :: Neguev {m}, Negev {m}
neglect {v} (disregard) :: negligenciar
neglect {v} (fail to care for) :: negligenciar
neglect {v} (failure due to carelessness) :: negligenciar
neglect {n} (act of neglecting) :: negligência {f}
neglectful {adj} (tending to neglect) :: negligente
negligence {n} (failure to exercise a standard of care (law)) :: negligência {f}
negligent {adj} (careless) SEE: careless ::
negligent {adj} (culpable due to negligence) :: negligente
negligently {adv} (in a negligent manner) :: negligentemente
negligible {adj} (able to be ignored or excluded) :: insignificante, negligenciável
negotiable instrument {n} (legal document) :: instrumento negociável {m}
negotiate {v} (confer to reach an agreement (intransitive)) :: negociar
negotiate {v} (arrange a mutual agreement (transitive)) :: negociar
negotiation {n} (process of achieving agreement) :: negociação {f}
negress {n} (A black female) :: negra {f}
negritude {n} :: negritude
negro {n} (Negro) SEE: Negro ::
Negro {n} (person with dark skin) :: negro {m}, negra {f}
negus {n} (supreme Ethiopian ruler) :: negus {m}
Nehemiah {prop} (book of the Bible) :: Neemias {m}, Nehemias {m}
Nehemiah {prop} (male given name) :: Neemias {m}, Nehemias {m}
neigh {n} (the cry of a horse) :: relincho {m}
neigh {v} ((of a horse) to make its cry) :: relinchar
neighborhood {n} (largely obsolete: quality of being a neighbor) :: vizinhança {f}
neighborhood {n} (nearby area) :: vizinhança {f}, bairro {m}
neighborhood {n} (inhabitants of a residential area) :: vizinhança {f}
neighborhood {n} (division of a municipality or region) :: bairro {m}
neighboring {adj} (Situated or living nearby or adjacent to) :: vizinho
neighbour {n} (a person living on adjacent or nearby land) :: vizinho {m}
neighbour {n} (fellow human) :: próximo {m}, próxima {f}
neighbour {v} (to be adjacent to) :: vizinhar com
neighbouring {adj} (Situated or living nearby or adjacent to) :: vizinho
Nei Mongol {prop} (Inner Mongolia) SEE: Inner Mongolia ::
neither {determiner} (not one of two; not either) :: nenhum (dos dois)
neither {pron} (not either one) :: nenhum (dos dois)
neither {conj} (not either (used with nor): neither X nor Y) :: nem X nem Y
neither {conj} (also not) :: tampouco
neither {conj} :: nem
neither {adv} (similarly not) :: tampouco
neither fish nor fowl {n} (something or someone not easily categorized; something that does not fit in a group or situation) :: nem carne nem peixe
Nelson {prop} (male given name) :: Nelson {m}
nematode {n} (small invertebrate animal) :: nematódeo {m}
Nemean Lion {prop} (mythical lion of Nemea) :: Leão de Nemeia
nemesis {n} (archenemy) SEE: archenemy ::
Nemesis {prop} (Greek goddess of retribution) :: [Portugal] Némesis {f}, [Brazil] Nêmesis {f}
nene {n} (Branta sandvicensis) :: ganso-do-havaí {m}
Nenets {n} (person) :: nenets {m} {m-p} {f} {f-p}, samoiedo {m}
Nenets {prop} (language) :: nenets {m}, samoiedo {m}
neo- {prefix} (new) :: neo-
neo- {prefix} (contemporary) :: neo-
neoclassicism {n} (movement) :: neoclassicismo {m}
neocolonial {adj} (of or pertaining to, or based on, neocolonialism) :: neocolonial
neocolonialism {n} (colonial linguistic expression) :: neocolonialismo {m}
neodymium {n} (chemical element) :: neodímio {m}
neofascism {n} (right-wing political movement) :: neofascismo {m}
neofascist {adj} (of or pertaining to neofascism) :: neofascista {m} {f}
neofascist {n} (a follower of neofascism) :: neofascista {m} {f}
neoliberalism {n} (political ideology) :: neoliberalismo {m}
Neolithic {adj} (of or relating to the New Stone Age) :: neolítico {m}
Neolithic {prop} (the New Stone Age) :: neolítico {m}
Neolithic Revolution {prop} (discovery of agriculture) :: revolução do neolítico {f}
neologism {n} (recently coined word) :: neologismo {m}
neomercantilism {n} (a modern economic policy that involves a return to the policies of mercantilism) :: neomercantilismo {m}
neon {n} (element) :: néon {m} [Portugal], neônio {m} [Brazil]
neonatal {adj} (of or pertaining to the time immediately birth) :: neonatal
neonate {n} (newborn infant) SEE: newborn ::
neo-Nazi {n} (person who believes in a Nazi ideology) :: [Brazil] neonazista {m} {f}, [Portugal] neonazi {m} {f}
neo-Nazism {n} (the ideology held by neo-Nazis) :: neonazismo {m}
neophyte {n} (beginner) :: neófito {m}
neophyte {n} (novice (recent convert)) :: neófito {m}
Neoplatonic {adj} (of or pertaining to Neoplatonism) :: neoplatónico [Portugal], neoplatônico [Brazil]
Neoplatonism {prop} (school of philosophy) :: neoplatonismo {m}
Neoplatonist {n} (member) :: neoplatonista {m} {f}
neoprene {n} (synthetic rubber, a polymer of chloroprene, used in various consumer products) :: neoprene {m}, neopreno {m}
Neotropic {prop} (ecozone covering South America, Central America and the Caribbean) :: Neotrópico {m}
Nepal {prop} (Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal) :: Nepal
Nepalese {adj} (Nepali) SEE: Nepali ::
Nepalese {n} (Nepali) SEE: Nepali ::
Nepalese {prop} (Nepali) SEE: Nepali ::
Nepali {adj} (pertaining to Nepal) :: nepalês {m}
Nepali {n} (person) :: nepalês {m}
Nepali {prop} (language) :: nepalês {m}, nepali {m}
nephew {n} (fraternal or sororal nephew, see also: fraternal nephew; sororal nephew) :: sobrinho {m}
nephro- {prefix} (of or relating to the kidneys) :: nefro-
nephrolith {n} (kidney stone) SEE: kidney stone ::
nephrologist {n} (physician) :: nefrologista {m} {f}
nephrology {n} (branch of medicine that deals with the kidneys) :: nefrologia {f}
nephron {n} (basic structural and functional unit of the kidney) :: néfron {m}
nephrotoxic {adj} (poisonous to kidney tissue) :: nefrotóxico
nephrotoxicity {n} (The state or condition of being nephrotoxic) :: nefrotoxicidade {f}
nephrotoxin {n} (Any nephrotoxic substance) :: nefrotoxina {f}
nepotism {n} (favoring of relatives or personal friends) :: nepotismo {m}
Neptune {prop} (eighth planet of the solar system) :: Netuno {m}
Neptune {prop} (Roman god of the ocean) :: Netuno {m}
neptunium {n} (chemical element) :: neptúnio {m}
nerd {n} (intellectual, skillful person, generally introverted) :: nerd [Brazil], CDF [Brazil], totó {m} {f} [Portugal, colloquial]
nerdgasm {n} (a feeling of great excitement in a nerd or geek) :: nerdgasmo {m}, nerdorgasmo {m}
Nero {prop} (Roman Emperor from 54 to 68) :: Nero {m}
nerve {n} (bundle of neurons) :: nervo
nerve {n} ((botany) vein; grain in wood) :: nervura {f}
nerve {v} (strengthen) SEE: strengthen ::
nerve {v} (encourage) SEE: encourage ::
nerve cell {n} (cell of the nervous system) :: neurónio {m} [Portugal], neurônio [Brazil]
nerve fibre {n} (axon) SEE: axon ::
nervosity {n} (nervousness) SEE: nervousness ::
nervous {adj} (easily agitated) :: nervoso
nervous {adj} (apprehensive, anxious) :: nervoso
nervous {adj} (relating to the nerves) :: nervoso
nervous breakdown {n} (disabling attack of a psychological disorder) :: ataque de nervos {m}
nervously {adv} (in a nervous manner) :: nervosamente
nervousness {n} (state or quality of being nervous) :: nervosismo {m}, nervosia {f}
nervous system {n} (system which coordinates the activity of the body) :: sistema nervoso {m}
nesh {adj} (delicate, weak, poor-spirited, susc. to cold) :: friorento {m}
-ness {suffix} (appended to adjectives to form nouns meaning "the state of being...", "the quality of being...", or "the measure of being...") :: -idade {f}, -eza {f}, -ez {f}, -idão {f}
nest {n} (bird-built structure) :: ninho {m}
nest {n} (place for depositing eggs) :: ninho {m}
nest {n} (snug residence) :: ninho {m}
nest {n} (retreat) :: retiro {m}
nest {n} (hideout) :: covil {m}, esconderijo {m}
nest {v} (to build or settle into a nest) :: aninhar {m}, fazer ninho
nest {v} (to settle into a home) :: mudar-se
nest {v} (to successively neatly fit) :: encaixar
nest {v} (to successively place inside another) :: aninhar
nested {adj} (embedded) SEE: embedded ::
nest egg {n} (savings) :: economias {f-p}, pé-de-meia {m}
nestle {v} (to settle oneself comfortably and snugly) :: aconchegar-se
Nestorian {adj} (related to the teachings of Nestorius) :: nestoriano
Nestorian {n} (A member of a "Nestorian" church) :: nestoriano {m}, nestoriana {f}
Nestorianism {n} (The religious beliefs of the followers of Nestorius) :: nestorianismo {m}
net {n} (mesh of string, cord or rope) :: malha {f}
net {n} (device for catching fish, butterflies etc.) :: rede {f}
net {n} (device for trapping something) :: rede {f}
net {n} (anything that has the appearance of a net) :: rede {f}
net {n} (figurative: trap) :: rede {f}
net {n} (interconnecting system) :: rede {f}
net {n} (sports: mesh-backed framework as goal) :: rede {f}
net {n} (sports: mesh stretched to divide the court) :: rede {f}
net {v} (catch by means of a net) :: enredar
net {adj} (remaining after expenses or deductions) :: líquido {m}
net {adj} (final) :: final
net {n} (The amount remaining after expenses are deducted, profit) :: lucro {m}, saldo {m}
net {v} (receive as profit) :: lucrar
netball {n} (sport) :: netball {m}
nether {adj} (lower) :: inferior
nether {adj} (beneath the earth's surface) :: subterrâneo
Netherlander {n} (someone from the Netherlands) :: holandês {m}
Netherlandic {prop} (Dutch) SEE: Dutch ::
Netherlandish {prop} (Dutch) SEE: Dutch ::
Netherlands {prop} (country in northwestern Europe, see also: Holland) :: Holanda {f}, Países Baixos {m-p}, Neerlândia {f}
Netherlands {adj} (pertaining to the Netherlands) :: holandês, neerlandês
Netherlands Antilles {prop} (former autonomous territory) :: Antilhas Neerlandesas {p}
netiquette {n} (appropriate conduct online) :: netiqueta {f}
netsuke {n} (miniature sculptures) :: netsuke {m}
nettle {n} (stinging herb of genus Urtica) :: urtiga {f}, ortiga {f}
nettle {v} (of the nettle plant etc., to sting causing a rash) :: urtigar, ortigar, urticar
nettle {v} (to pique, irritate, vex or provoke someone) :: irritar, vexar, provocar
nettle-rash {n} (itchy areas of the skin) SEE: urticaria ::
net weight {n} (weight of a product) :: peso líquido
network {n} (fabric or structure of fibrous elements) :: rede {f}
network {n} (interconnected group or system) :: rede {f}
network {n} (multiple computers and other devices connected together) :: rede {f}
neume {n} (sign used in early musical notation) :: neuma {m}
neural {adj} (of or relating to the nerves) :: neural
neuralgia {n} (nerve pain) :: nevralgia {f}, neuralgia {f}
neural network {n} :: rede neural {f}
neurasthenia {n} (ill-defined medical condition) :: neurastenia {f}
neuro- {prefix} (relating to nerves or the nervous system) :: neuro-
neuroblastoma {n} (form of cancer) :: neuroblastoma {m}
neurodegenerative {adj} (pertaining to the progressive loss of nerve cells) :: neurodegenerativo
neuroepithelial {adj} (of or relating to the neuroepithelium) :: neuroepitelial
neurolinguistics {n} (science) :: neurolinguística {f}
neurological {adj} (dealing with the study of the brain) :: neurológico
neurologist {n} (doctor or scientist who practices or specializes in neurology) :: neurólogo {m}, neurologista {m} {f}
neurology {n} (branch of medicine that deals with the nervous system and its disorders) :: neurologia {f}
neuromuscular {adj} (pertaining to the voluntary control of muscles by nerves) :: neuromuscular
neuron {n} (a cell of the nervous system) :: neurónio {m} [Portugal], neurônio {m} [Brazil]
neuronal {adj} (of, or relating to a neuron) :: neuronal
neuropathogenic {adj} (pathogenic to the nervous system) :: neuropatogénico
neuropsychiatry {n} (branch of medicine) :: neuropsiquiatria
neuroscience {n} (scientific study of the nervous system) :: neurociência {f}
neurosis {n} (mental disorder) :: neurose {f}
neurosurgeon {n} (brain surgeon) :: neurocirurgião {m}
neurosurgery {n} (surgical discipline focused on treating the nervous systems) :: neurocirurgia {f}
neurosurgery {n} (surgery of the brain) :: neurocirurgia {f}
neurosurgical {adj} (of or pertaining to neurosurgery) :: neurocirúrgico
neurotic {n} (person who has a neurosis) :: neurótico {m}, neurótica {f}
neurotransmitter {n} (substance responsible for sending nerve signals across a synapse between two neurons) :: neurotransmissor {m}
Neustria {prop} (western part of the Frankish empire) :: Nêustria {f}
Neustrian {adj} (of, from or relating to Neustria) :: nêustrio, neustriano
Neustrian {n} (someone from Neustria) :: nêustrio {m}, neustriano {m}
neuter {adj} (neutral, neither one thing nor another) :: neutro
neuter {adj} (grammar: having a form which is not masculine nor feminine) :: neutro
neuter {adj} (grammar: intransitive, see also: intransitive) :: intransitivo, neutro
neuter {adj} (having no generative organs, or imperfectly developed ones) :: neutro
neuter {n} (the neuter gender (grammar)) :: neutro {m}
neuter {n} (grammar: noun of the neuter gender) :: neutro {m}
neuter {v} (to remove sex organs from an animal) :: castrar, capar
neutral {adj} (not taking sides in a conflict) :: neutro
neutral {adj} (favouring neither the supporting nor opposing viewpoint of a topic of debate) :: neutro
neutral {adj} (grammar: neither positive nor negative) :: neutro
neutral {adj} (neither beneficial nor harmful) :: neutro
neutral {adj} (physics: possessing no charge) :: neutro
neutral {adj} (chemistry: neither acidic nor alkaline) :: neutro
neutral {n} (nonaligned state) :: neutro {m}
neutral {n} (person who takes no side in a dispute) :: neutro {m}
neutral {n} (position of gears) :: ponto morto {m}
neutralisation {n} (neutralisation) SEE: neutralization ::
neutralise {v} (to make inactive or ineffective) :: neutralizar
neutrality {n} (state of being neutral; taking no part on either side) :: neutralidade {f}
neutralization {n} (neutralization) :: neutralização {f}
neutrino {n} (en elementary particle with extremely small mass and no electric charge) :: neutrino {m}
neutron {n} (subatomic particle) :: nêutron {m}, neutrão {m} [European]
neutron bomb {n} (atomic bomb that produces a greater amount of neutrons) :: bomba de neutrões {f} [Portugal], bomba de nêutrons {f} [Brazil], bomba de nêutron {f} [Brazil]
neutron star {n} (star composed of neutrons) :: estrela de nêutrons
neutrophil {adj} (easily stained by neutral dyes) :: neutrófilo
Nevada {prop} (US state) :: Nevada
never {adv} (at no time) :: nunca, jamais
never again {adv} (at no time in the future) :: nunca mais
never ever {adv} (emphatic never) :: nunca mesmo
neverland {n} (an ideal or imaginary place) :: terra do nunca {f}
never mind {v} (it is not important) :: esquece, deixa , deixa para lá
never mind {v} (do not be concerned (about someone or something, or about doing something)) :: não se preocupe com, não te preocupes com
never mind {v} (I was wrong; I withdraw my previous statement) :: esquece, deixa , deixa para lá
nevermore {adv} (never again) SEE: never again ::
neverness {n} (the quality of not ever being extant or present) :: nunca {m}
never say die {interj} (do not despair) :: nunca dizer nunca
never say never {phrase} (never say never) :: nunca diga nunca
nevertheless {adv} (in spite of what preceded) :: não obstante, no entanto, contudo, apesar de, de qualquer jeito
Nevi'im {prop} (constituent of the Bible) :: Nevi'im {m-p}
nevus {n} (benign lesion on skin) SEE: mole ::
new {adj} (recently made or created) :: novo
new {adj} (additional, recently discovered) :: novo
new {adj} (current or later) :: novo
new {adj} (distinguishing something established more recently) :: novo
new {adj} (in original condition, pristine) :: novo
new {adj} (refreshed, reinvigorated) :: novo
new {adj} (newborn) :: novo
new {adj} (of recent origin) :: novo
new {adj} (strange, unfamiliar) :: novo
new {adj} (recently arrived or appeared) :: novo
new {adj} (inexperienced, unaccustomed) :: novo
New Amsterdam {prop} (former name of New York City, when it was a Dutch colony) :: Nova Amsterdam {f}, Nova Amsterdã {f} [Brazil], Nova Amesterdão {f} [Portugal]
Newari {prop} (Newari language) :: newari {m}
newb {n} (newbie) SEE: newbie ::
newbie {n} (new (inexperienced) user or participant) :: novato, iniciante, neófito {m}, principiante
newborn {adj} (reborn) SEE: reborn ::
newborn {adj} (recently born) :: recém-nascido {m}
newborn {n} (recently born baby) :: recém-nascido {m}
New Brunswick {prop} (province in eastern Canada) :: Nova Brunswick {f}, New Brunswick {f}
New Caledonia {prop} (overseas territory of France) :: Nova Caledónia {f}
Newcastle {prop} (city) :: Newcastle {f}
Newcastle disease {n} (disease of poultry) :: doença de Newcastle {f}
newcomer {n} (one who has recently arrived in a community) :: recém-chegado {m}
newcomer {n} (new participant in some activity) :: iniciante {m} {f}
New Delhi {prop} (capital of India) :: Nova Deli {f}
New England {prop} (six states of the United States) :: Nova Inglaterra {f}
newfangled {adj} (modern, unfamiliar or different) :: moderninho
Newfoundland {prop} (Island off the coast of Eastern Canada) :: Terra Nova {f}
Newfoundland and Labrador {prop} (Province in eastern Canada) :: Terra Nova e Labrador {f}
New Guinea {prop} (large island) :: Nova Guiné {f}
New Hampshire {prop} (US state) :: Nova Hampshire {f}
New Hebrides {prop} (archipelago forming the state of Vanuatu) :: Novas Hébridas {f-p}
New Ireland {prop} (island) :: Nova Irlanda {f}
New Jersey {prop} (a northeast state of the United States of America) :: Nova Jérsei {f}
New Keynesian {adj} (pertaining to or advocating a macroeconomic synthesis between Keynesianism and neoclassical economics) :: neokeynesiano
New Keynesian {n} (advocate of New Keynesian macroeconomics) :: neokeynesiano {m}
newly {adv} (In a new manner) :: recém-
New Mexican {adj} (of, from or relating to New Mexico) :: neomexicano
New Mexican {n} (an inhabitant or a resident of the state of New Mexico) :: neomexicano {m}
New Mexico {prop} (US State) :: Novo México {m}
new moon {n} (phase of moon when in conjunction with sun) :: lua nova {f}
newness {n} (novelty) :: novidade {f}
New Orleans {prop} (city) :: Nova Orleães {f}
news {n} (new information of interest) :: notícias {f-p}
news {n} (reports of current events) :: noticiário {m}, telejornal {m}
news agency {n} (organisation that gathers and distributes news) :: agência de notícias {f}
news anchor {n} (presenter of news broadcasts) :: âncora de notícias {m} {f}
news conference {n} (press conference) SEE: press conference ::
newsfeed {n} (a feed of news content) :: agregador de notícias {m}
newsletter {n} (publication) :: boletim {m}
New South Wales {prop} (one state of Australia) :: Nova Gales do Sul {f}
New Spain {prop} (historical colony) :: Nova Espanha {f}
newspaper {n} (publication) :: jornal {m}
newspaper {n} (paper on which newspapers are printed) :: papel de periódico {m}
Newspeak {prop} (fictional language) :: novilíngua
newsreader {n} (news anchor) SEE: news anchor ::
newsreel {n} :: cinejornal {m}
newsroom {n} (the office of a news organisation) :: redação {f}
newsstand {n} (open stall where newspapers and magazines are on sale) :: banca {f}
New Stone Age {prop} (Neolithic) SEE: Neolithic ::
newsvendor {n} (person who runs a newsstand) :: ardina, jornaleiro {m}
newt {n} (type of salamander) :: tritão {m}
New Testament {prop} (second half of the Christian Bible) :: Novo Testamento {m}
newton {n} (derived unit of force) :: newton {m}
Newton's first law {prop} (observation) :: primeira lei de Newton {f}
Newton's second law {prop} (Newton's observation) :: segunda lei de newton {f}
Newton's third law {prop} (Newton's observation) :: terceira lei de Newton {f}
New World {prop} (North America and South America) :: Novo Mundo {m}
New World Order {prop} (vision for the world) :: nova ordem mundial {f}
New Year {n} (January 1 in the Julian and Gregorian calendar and the days following) :: Ano Novo {m}, ano-bom {m}
New Year's Day {n} (holiday occurring on January 1st) :: Ano Novo {m}
New Year's Eve {prop} (holiday on December 31st) :: véspera do ano novo {f}, réveillon {m}, noite de São Silvestre {f}, passagem de ano {f}
New York {prop} (state) :: Nova Iorque {f}
New York {adj} (of a style, particularly of food, originating in New York) :: nova-iorquino {m}
New York {prop} (city) SEE: New York City ::
New York City {prop} (large city in the USA) :: Nova Iorque {f}
New Yorker {n} (a native or resident of New York City) :: nova-iorquino {m}, nova-iorquina {f}
New York State {prop} (The State of New York) :: Nova Iorque {f}
New Zealand {prop} (country in Oceania) :: Nova Zelândia {f}
New Zealand {prop} (attributive form - relating to New Zealand) :: neozelandês
New Zealander {n} (a person from New Zealand or of New Zealand descent) :: neozelandês {m}
next {adj} (following in a sequence) :: próximo, seguinte
next {adj} (being closer to the present location than all other items) :: perto, próximo
next {adj} (nearest date, time, space or order) :: próximo, seguinte
next {adv} (In a time, place or sequence closest or following) :: perto, próximo
next {adv} (On the first subsequent occasion) :: a seguir, seguinte, depois, próximo
next {prep} (on the side of) :: ao lado
next {n} (the one that follows after this one (in languages with a definite article that is generally required in this sense)) :: próximo
next {prep} (next to) SEE: next to ::
nextly {adv} (next) SEE: next ::
next of kin {n} (closest blood relative, often heir to inheritance) :: parente mais próximo {m}
next to {prep} (beside; alongside) :: ao lado de, do lado de
next to last {adj} (penultimate) SEE: penultimate ::
nexus {n} (connection) :: nexo {m}
nexus {n} (connected group) :: nexo {m}
nexus {n} (centre of something) :: centro {m}
ney {n} (a type of flute) :: ney {m}
négligée {n} (nightgown) :: camisola {f}
NGO {n} (non-governmental organization) :: ONG {f}
Nheengatu {prop} (trade language) :: língua geral, nheengatu {m}
Niamey {prop} (capital of Niger) :: Niamey {f}, Niamei {f}
nib {n} (tip of a pen) :: ponta {f}
nib {n} (bill of a bird) :: bico {m}
nibble {n} (a small, quick bite taken with the front teeth) :: mordisco, beliscada
nibble {v} (eat with small bites) :: mordiscar, comiscar
nibble {v} (bite lightly) :: mordiscar
nibble {n} ((computing) A unit of memory equal to half a byte, or four bits) :: nibble {m}
Nibelung {n} (member of an underground, treasure-guarding race in Germanic mythology) :: nibelungo
Nicaea {prop} (ancient city) :: Niceia {f}
Nicaragua {prop} (a country in Central America) :: Nicarágua
Nicaraguan {adj} (pertaining to Nicaragua) :: nicaraguense
Nicaraguan {n} (person from Nicaragua) :: nicaraguense {m} {f}
nice {adj} (pleasant) :: bonito, agradável, simpático
nice {adj} (attractive) :: bom, agradável
nice {adj} (having a pleasant taste or aroma) :: agradável
nice {interj} :: ótimo, beleza
Nice {prop} (city in France) :: Nice {f}
nice-looking {adj} (attractive) SEE: attractive ::
Nicene Creed {prop} (official creed of the early Christian church stating tenets of the Christian faith) :: Credo Niceno {m}, Símbolo Niceno {m}, Credo de Niceia {m}, Símbolo de Niceia {m}
nice to meet you {phrase} (pleased to meet you) SEE: pleased to meet you ::
niche {n} (cavity, hollow, or recess) :: nicho {m}
niche {n} (ecological function of an organism) :: nicho {m}
niche {n} (position of opportunity) :: nicho {m}
Nicholas {prop} (male given name) :: Nicolau
nickel {n} (element) :: níquel {m}
nickel {n} (coin) :: níquel {m}
nickel {v} (to plate with nickel) :: niquelar
nickeline {n} (a mineral, nickel arsenide) :: niquelina {f}
nickel silver {n} (alloy) :: alpaca {f}
nicker {v} (to neigh softly) :: relinchar
nickname {n} (familiar, invented given name) :: [Brazil] apelido {m}, [Portugal] alcunha {m}
Nicobar Islands {prop} (archipelago) :: Ilhas Nicobar {f-p}
Nicosia {prop} (capital of Cyprus) :: Nicósia {f}
nicotine {n} (addictive alkaloid derived from tobacco) :: nicotina {f}
nicotinic {adj} (of or pertaining to nicotine) :: nicotínico
nictemeral {adj} (varying regularly with a day/night cycle) :: nictemeral
niece {n} (fraternal or sororal niece, see also: fraternal niece; sororal niece) :: sobrinha {f}
niece-in-law {n} (Niece of someone's husband.) SEE: niece ::
niece-in-law {n} (Niece of someone's wife.) SEE: niece ::
nief {n} (fist) SEE: fist ::
Nietzschean {adj} (pertaining to Nietzsche or his writings) :: nietzschiano, nietzscheano
Nietzschean {n} (a supporter of Nietzsche's ideas) :: nietzschiano {m}, nietzschiana {f}, nietzscheano {m}, nietzscheana {f}
nifty {adj} (good, useful) :: bom {m}
Niger {prop} (country) :: Níger
Niger {prop} (river) :: Níger {m}
Nigeria {prop} (a country in Western Africa) :: Nigéria {f}
Nigerian {n} (person) :: nigeriano {m}
Nigerian {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Nigeria, the Nigerian people or culture) :: nigeriano
niggard {v} (a miser or stingy person) SEE: skinflint ::
nigger {n} (negro person) :: preto {m}
nigh {adj} (near, close by) :: perto, próximo
night {n} (period between sunset and sunrise) :: noite {f}
night {n} (evening or night spent at a particular activity) :: noitada {f}, noite {f}
night {n} (night spent at a hotel) :: pernoite {m}, pernoitada {f}
night {n} (quality of sleep obtained during a night) :: sono {m}
night {n} (nightfall) :: anoitecer {m}
night {n} (darkness) :: escuridão {m}, noite {f}, trevas {f}
night and day {adv} (day and night) SEE: day and night ::
night blindness {n} (nyctalopia; the inability to see clearly in faint light) :: cegueira noturna {f}
nightcap {n} (warm cap worn at night) :: touca/barrete/gorro de dormir
nightclub {n} (establishment that is open late at night) :: boate {f}, casa noturna {f}
nightdress {n} (sleeping garment worn by women) SEE: nightgown ::
night emission {n} (nocturnal emission) SEE: nocturnal emission ::
nightfall {n} (the close of the day; the coming of night) :: anoitecer {m}, crepúsculo {m}, lusco-fusco {m}
nightgown {n} (sleeping garment worn by women) :: camisola {f}
nighthawk {n} (night owl) SEE: night owl ::
nightie {n} (sleeping garment worn by women) SEE: nightgown ::
nightingale {n} (bird) :: rouxinol {?}
nightjar {n} (nocturnal bird of the family Caprimulgidae) :: noitibó {m}, bacurau {m}, curiango {m}
nightlife {n} (Selection of nocturnal activities) :: vida noturna {f}
nightmare {n} (dream) :: pesadelo {m}
nightmare {n} (experience) :: pesadelo
nightmarish {adj} (resembling a nightmare) :: pesadelar; more commonly “to be nightmarish” → “ser um pesadelo
night market {n} (a market that only operates at night) :: mercado noturno {m}
night owl {n} ((idiomatic) one who stays up late at night or goes to bed late) :: noctâmbulo {m}, noctívago {m}, coruja {m} {f}
nightshade {n} (deadly nightshade) SEE: deadly nightshade ::
night shift {n} (period) :: turno da noite {m}, turno noturno {m}
nightshirt {n} (shirt-like garment) SEE: nightgown ::
nightstand {n} (small table placed at the head side of a bed) :: criado-mudo {m}
nightstick {n} (club) :: cassetete, porrete
night terror {n} (sleeping disorder) :: terror noturno {m}
nighttime {n} (hours of darkness) :: noite {f}
nihilism {n} (negation of one or more aspects of life; extreme philosophical scepticism) :: niilismo {m}
nihilism {n} (rejection of all moral principles) :: niilismo {m}
nihilist {n} (person who accepts nihilism) :: niilista {m} {f}
nihonium {n} :: nihônio {m}
Nijmegen {prop} (city in the Netherlands) :: Nijmegen {f}
Nike {prop} (Greek goddess of victory) :: Nice {f}
nil {n} (nothing) :: nada {m}
Nile {prop} (river) :: Nilo {m}
nilgai {n} (large antelope of northern India) :: nilgó {m}
nimble {adj} (quick and light in movement or action) :: ágil, ligeiro
nimble {adj} (quick-witted and alert) :: ágil, esperto
nimbus {n} (circle of light; halo) :: nimbo {m}
nimbus {n} (rain cloud) :: nimbo {m}
Nina {prop} (female given name) :: Nina {f}
nincompoop {n} (silly or foolish person) :: bobo {m}, idiota {m} {f}, imbecil {m} {f}, tolo {m}, palerma {m} {f}
nine {num} (cardinal number) :: nove
nine {num} (set or group with nine components) :: novena {f}
nine {n} (the digit or figure 9) :: nove {m}
nine {n} (card with nine pips) :: nove {m}
nine-banded armadillo {n} (Dasypus novemcinctus) :: tatu-galinha {m}, tatu-verdadeiro {m}, tatu-de-folha {m}, tatu-veado {m}, tatuetê {m}
nine hundred {num} (cardinal number 900) :: novecentos {m}, novecentas {f}
nine lives {n} (durability; near immunity to damage) :: sete vidas {f-p}
nine o'clock {n} (the start of the tenth hour) :: nove horas {f-p}
nineteen {num} (cardinal number) :: dezanove [Portugal], dezenove [Brazil]
nineteenth {adj} (the ordinal form of the number nineteen) :: décimo nono
nineteenth {n} (person or thing in the nineteenth position) :: décimo nono {m}
nine thousand {num} (9000) :: nove mil
nine thousand nine hundred and ninety-nine {num} (cardinal number 9,999) :: nove mil, novecentos e noventa e nove {m}, nove mil, novecentas e noventa e nove {f}
ninetieth {adj} (ordinal form of ninety) :: nonagésimo, 90º
ninetieth {n} (person or thing in the ninetieth position) :: nonagésimo {m}
ninetieth {n} (one of ninety equal parts of a whole) :: nonagésimo {m}
ninety {num} (90) :: noventa
ninety-eight {num} (98) :: noventa e oito
ninety-five {num} (95) :: noventa e cinco
ninety-four {num} (94) :: noventa e quatro
ninety-nine {num} (cardinal number 99) :: noventa e nove
ninety-one {num} (cardinal number ninety-one) :: noventa e um
ninety-seven {num} (97) :: noventa e sete
ninety-six {num} (96) :: noventa e seis
ninety-three {num} (93) :: noventa e três
ninety-two {num} (92) :: noventa e doi
Nineveh {prop} (capital of Assyria) :: Nínive {f}
Ningbo {prop} (a city of China) :: Liampó
Ningxia {prop} (autonomous region of China) :: Ningxia {f}
ninhydrin {n} (organic compound: 2,2-dihydroxyindane-1,3-dione) :: ninidrina {f}
ninja {n} (person trained in ninjutsu) :: ninja {m} {f}
ninjutsu {n} (ninjutsu) :: ninjutsu {m}
Nintendo {n} (Nintendo Entertainment System, or other video game system made by Nintendo) :: Nintendo {m}
ninth {adj} (ordinal form of nine) :: nono (abbreviation 9º)
ninth {n} (something in the ninth position) :: nono {m}, nona {f}
ninth {n} (one of nine equal parts of a whole) :: nono {m}
niobic {adj} (relating to niobium) :: nióbico
niobium {n} (chemical element) :: nióbio {m}
nip {n} (playful bite) :: mordiscar
Nip {n} (offensive: a Japanese person) SEE: Jap ::
Niphon {prop} (Honshu) SEE: Honshu ::
nip in the bud {v} ((idiom) to prevent at an early stage) :: cortar pela raiz
nipple {n} (projection of mammary gland) :: mamilo {m}
nipple {n} (artificial nipple for bottle feeding) :: bico {m}, bico de mamadeira {m}
Nippo- {prefix} (relating to Japan or Japanese) :: nipo-
Nipponese {adj} (Japanese) SEE: Japanese ::
Nipponese {prop} (Japanese) SEE: Japanese ::
nipponize {v} (to make or become more Japanese) :: niponizar
nirvana {n} (cessation of suffering) :: nirvana {m}
nirvana {n} (Buddhist state of bliss) :: nirvana {m}
Nisibis {prop} (ancient city of Mesopotamia) :: Nísibis, Nísibin
nit {v} (egg of a louse) :: lêndea {f}
nitrary {n} (place where potassium nitrate is produced) :: nitreira {f}
nitrate {n} (any salt or ester of nitric acid) :: nitrato {m}, azotato {m}
nitrene {n} (organic compound) :: nitreno {m}
nitric {adj} (pertaining to nitrogen) :: nítrico
nitric acid {n} (HNO3) :: ácido nítrico {m}
nitride {n} (compound of nitrogen) :: nitreto {m}
nitriding {n} (method of hardening steel) :: nitretação {f}
nitrification {n} (act of nitrifying) :: nitrificação {f}
nitrile {n} (class of organic compounds) :: nitrila {f}, nitrilo {m}
nitrogen {n} (chemical element) :: nitrogénio {m} [Portugal], nitrogênio {m} [Brazil]
nitrogen dioxide {n} (the binary compound NO2) :: dióxido de nitrogênio {m} [Brazil], dióxido de nitrogénio {m} [Portugal]
nitrogenous {adj} (of nitrogen) :: nitrogenoso
nitroglycerine {n} (the compound glyceryl-tri-nitrate) :: nitroglicerina {f}
nitro-hydrochloric acid {n} (aqua regia) SEE: aqua regia ::
nitrous oxide {n} (nitrous oxide) :: óxido nitroso {m}, gás hilariante {m}, gás do riso {m}
nitty {adj} (foolish, inane) SEE: foolish ::
nitty {adj} (fastidious, fussy, nit-picky) SEE: fastidious ::
nitty {adj} ((excessively) detailed, specific) SEE: detailed ::
nitty {n} (dope fiend, druggie) SEE: drug addict ::
Niue {prop} (Republic of Niue) :: Niue
Nivkh {prop} (language) :: Nivkhe
Nivôse {prop} (the fourth month of the French Republican Calendar) :: nivoso {m}
nix {n} (colloquial: nothing) :: nada {m}
nixtamal {n} (hominy) SEE: hominy ::
Nizhny Novgorod {prop} (large city in Russia) :: Nijni Novgorod {f}, Nijni-Novgorod {f}
no {determiner} (not any) :: nenhum {m}, nada de
no {determiner} (used to show an activity is forbidden) :: [followed by an infinitive] é proibido
no {particle} (used to show disagreement or negation) :: não
no {particle} (used to show agreement with a negative question (in some languages this response is the usual word for "yes")) :: não,
no {n} (a negating expression) :: não {m}
no {n} (a vote not in favor) :: não
No. {n} (abbreviation of "number") ::
Noah {prop} (biblical character) :: Noé {m}
Noah {prop} (male given name) :: Noé
Noah's ark {prop} (the vessel built by Noah under God's instructions, as described in Genesis) :: Arca de Noé {f}
nobelium {n} (chemical element) :: nobélio {m}
Nobel Prize {n} (international prize) :: prémio Nobel {m} [Portugal], prêmio Nobel {m} [Brazil]
nobility {n} (noble or privileged social class) :: nobreza {f}
nobility {n} (the quality of being noble) :: nobreza {f}
noble {n} (aristocrat) :: nobre {m} {f}
noble {adj} (having honorable qualities) :: nobre
noble gas {n} (element of group 18 of the periodic table) :: gás nobre {m}
nobleman {n} (man of noble rank, title, or status; peer; aristocrat) :: nobre {m} {f}
nobleness {n} (the quality or state of being noble; nobility or grandeur) :: nobreza {f}
noble rot {n} (fungus) :: podridão nobre {f}
noblesse oblige {n} (the honourable obligation that is the responsibility of those of high rank) :: noblesse oblige {m} {f}
nobody {pron} (not any person; the logical negation of somebody) SEE: no one ::
nobody {n} (unimportant person) :: joão-ninguém {m}, zé-ninguém {m}, ninguém {m}
nobody's {determiner} (belonging to nobody (possessive form of nobody)) :: de ninguém
nocebo {n} (pharmacologically inactive substance experienced as harmful due to previous negative perception) :: nocebo {m}
no comment {interj} ("official" refusal to relay any further information) :: sem comentários
no comment {interj} (refusal to say the obvious impolite retort) :: sem comentários
noctule {n} (bat of the genus Nyctalus) :: morcego-arborícola {m}, morcego arborícola {m}
nocturnal {adj} (primarily active during the night) :: nocturno, noturno {m}
nocturnal emission {n} (ejaculation or orgasm while asleep) :: polução noturna {f}
nocturne {n} (a dreamlike or pensive composition) :: noturno {m}
nod {v} (incline the head up and down) :: assentir, acenar
nod {v} (gradually fall asleep) :: cabecear
nod {n} (instance of moving one's head) :: aceno {m}
nodal {adj} (Relating to a node) :: nodal
node {n} (computer attached to a network) ::
node {n} (vertex of a graph of a network) :: {m}, nodo {m}
no doubt {adv} (without a doubt) :: sem dúvida
no entry {phrase} (entry is forbidden) :: proibida a entrada
no fear {interj} (no way) SEE: no way ::
Nogai {prop} (language) :: língua nogai
Nogai {prop} (person) :: nogai
no good deed goes unpunished {proverb} (expression) :: toda boa ação tem sempre uma punição
no holds barred {adj} :: sem impedimento (literally, "without/no impediments")
no idea {interj} (I don't know) :: sei lá, (eu) não faço ideia
noise {n} (various sounds, usually unwanted) :: barulho {m}, ruído {m}
noise {n} (sound or signal generated by random fluctuations) :: ruído {m}
noise {n} (technical: unwanted part of a signal) :: ruído {m}
noise {n} (level of variation in gene expression) :: ruído
noiselessly {adv} (in a quiet manner) :: sem fazer barulho
noise pollution {n} (excessive noise) :: poluição sonora {f}
noisy {adj} (making a noise) :: barulhento, ruidoso
no kidding {interj} (exclamation of amazement) :: não brinca
nolens volens {adv} (willing or unwilling) SEE: willy-nilly ::
no longer {adv} (not any more) :: não, não ... mais
noma {n} (disease) :: noma {f}
nomad {n} (a member of society or class who wander with their herds) :: nômade {m}
nomad {n} (a wanderer) SEE: wanderer ::
nomadic {adj} (of or relating to itinerant herdsmen) :: nómada [Portugal], nômade [Brazil], nomádico
nomadic {adj} (of or relating to any habitually wandering person) :: nómada [Portugal], nômade [Brazil], nomádico
nomarchy {n} (department, county) SEE: nome ::
no matter {prep} (regardless of) :: não importa, independente de
no matter what {pron} (whatever) :: não importa o que
no matter what {adv} (under any circumstances) :: aconteça o que acontecer, não importa o que aconteça
nom de guerre {n} (pseudonym) SEE: pseudonym ::
nom de plume {n} (pseudonym) SEE: pseudonym ::
nome {n} (territorial division of ancient Egypt) :: nomo {m}
nomenclature {n} (set of names or terms) :: nomenclatura {f}
nomenklatura {n} (list of posts in Soviet Union) :: nomenclatura {f}
nominal {adj} (of or relating to a name or names) :: nominal
nominal {adj} (of or relating to a noun) :: nominal
nominalism {n} (doctrine) :: nominalismo {m}
nominalization {n} (use of a verb or an adjective as a noun) :: substantivação {f}, nominalização {f}
nominate {v} (to name someone for a particular role or position) :: nomear
nominative {n} (the nominative case) SEE: nominative case ::
nominative {adj} (giving a name, naming; designating) :: nominativo {m}
nominative case {n} (case used to indicate the subject) :: caso nominativo {m}, nominativo {m}
nominee {n} (a person named or designated to any office, duty or position) :: nomeado {m}
nom nom nom {interj} (sound of a person chewing) :: nham nham
non- {prefix} (not) :: não-
nonaggression {n} (a lack of aggression) :: não-agressão {f}
non-aggression principle {n} :: princípio da não agressão {m}
nonagon {n} (A polygon with nine sides and nine angles) :: eneágono {m}
nonce {n} (a stupid or worthless person) SEE: goof ::
nonce {n} (a nonce word) SEE: nonce word ::
nonce word {n} (word invented for the occasion) :: palavra ad hoc {f}
noncommissioned officer {n} (non-commissioned officer) SEE: non-commissioned officer ::
non-commissioned officer {n} (person of authority in the military who has not received a commission) :: suboficial {m}
nondescribable {adj} (not describable) :: indescritível {m} {f}
none {pron} (not any person) :: ninguém
none {pron} (not any thing) :: nenhum {m}, nenhuma {f}
nonentity {n} (nonexistence) SEE: nonexistence ::
nones {n} (midday) SEE: noon ::
nones {n} (midday meal) SEE: lunch ::
nonetheless {adv} (nevertheless) :: ainda assim
non-Euclidean geometry {n} (Any system of geometry not based on the set of axioms of Euclidean geometry) :: geometria não-euclidiana {f}
no news is good news {proverb} (lack of information suggests nothing bad) :: notícia ruim chega rápido
nonexistence {n} (The state of not existing) :: inexistência {f}
nonexistent {adj} (not existent) :: inexistente
nonexportable {adj} (not exportable) :: inexportável {m} {f}
nonfloatable {adj} (not floatable) :: influtuável {m} {f}
nonfree {adj} (not free of charge) :: pago
non-governmental organization {n} (organization with no government participation) :: organização não-governamental {f}
nonillion {num} (1030) :: nonilhão
nonius {n} (device for adjusting the accuracy of mathematical instruments) :: nônio {m} [Brazil], nónio {m} [Portugal]
nonkilling {n} (A precept or worldview) :: não matar {m}
non-negative {adj} :: não negativo
nonpareil {n} (that has no equal) :: incomparável, sem par, sem igual
non-player character {n} (character in a role-playing game or computer game) :: non-player character {m} (NPC), personagem não jogável {m} {f}
nonplus {v} (To perplex) :: pasmar
nonplussed {adj} (bewildered) :: desconcertado, perplexo
nonprofessional {adj} (not professional) :: amador
nonprofit {adj} (not seeking to produce a profit) :: sem fins lucrativos
nonprofit {n} (nonprofit organization) :: organização sem fins lucrativos {f}
nonrelatable {adj} (not relatable) :: irrelacionável {m} {f}
nonsense {n} (meaningless words) :: besteira {f}, bobagem {f}, burrice {f}, disparate {m}
nonsense {n} (untrue statement) :: besteira {f}, bobagem {f}, burrice {f}
nonsense {adj} (resulting from the substitution of a nucleotide in a sense codon, causing it to become a stop codon) :: sem sentido
non-smoker {n} (somebody who does not smoke tobacco) :: não-fumante {m} {f}
nonstop {adj} (without stopping) :: sem parar
nonsymmetric {adj} (asymmetrical) SEE: asymmetrical ::
nontrinitarianism {n} (antitrinitarianism) SEE: antitrinitarianism ::
non-venomous {adj} (not producing venom) :: atóxico
nonviolence {n} (philosophy that rejects violence) :: não-violência {f}
nonzero {adj} (not equal to zero) :: não nulo
noob {n} (newbie) :: noob {m} {f}, iniciante, novato
noodle {n} (fool) SEE: fool ::
noodle {n} (string or strip of pasta) :: talharim, macarrão
no offense {phrase} (no offense) :: sem ofensa
noogie {n} (knuckle rub on head) :: cascudo {m}
nook {n} (small corner formed by two walls) :: canto {m}
nook {n} (hidden or secluded spot) :: canto {m}, canto {m}
noon {n} (midnight) SEE: midnight ::
noon {n} (midday) :: meio-dia {m}
no one {pron} (not even a single person) :: ninguém
noose {n} (an adjustable loop or rope) :: laço {m}, forca {f}
no pain, no gain {proverb} (discomfort is necessary to achieve goals) :: sem dor, sem ganho [no pain, no gain], quem não arrisca não petisca [who does not risk does not snack/eat]
no parking {phrase} (no parking) :: proibido estacionar
nope {particle} (informal "no") :: nem
no problem {n} (easy) :: tranquilo {m}
no problem {interj} (it does not pose a problem) :: sem problemas
no problem {interj} (no thanks or apology is necessary) :: de nada, não há de quê, sem problema, sem grilo
nor {conj} (nor) :: nem
nordic {adj} (Nordic) SEE: Nordic ::
Nordic {adj} (of or relating to the Nordic countries) :: nórdico {m}
Nordic {n} (person of Nordic descent) :: nórdico {m}
Nordic countries {n} (the Nordic countries collectively) :: países nórdicos {m-p}
Nord-Pas-de-Calais {prop} (region of France) :: Nord-Pas-de-Calais {m}, Norte-Passo-de-Calais {m}, Norte-Pas-de-Calais {m}
Norfolk Island {prop} (external territory of Australia) :: ilha Norfolk {f}
noria {n} (a water wheel with buckets) :: nora {f}
Norilsk {prop} (city) :: Norilsk {f}
norm {n} (that which is normal) :: norma {f}
norm {n} (rule that is enforced by members of a community) :: norma {f}
normal {adj} (according to norms or rules) :: normal {n}
normal {adj} (usual, ordinary) :: normal
normal {n} (mathematics: a line perpendicular to another) :: normal {f}
normalcy {n} (state of being normal) :: normalidade {f}
normal form {n} (math: standard way of presenting an object) SEE: canonical form ::
normality {n} (state of being normal) :: normalidade {f}
normalization {n} (any process that makes something more normal or regular) :: normalização {f}, normatização {f}
normally {adv} (under normal conditions or circumstances; usually; most of the time) :: normalmente
normally {adv} (in the expected or customary manner) :: normalmente
Norman {n} (a person from Normandy) :: normando {m}, normanda {f}
Norman {prop} (the Norman language) :: normando {m}
Norman {adj} (of or pertaining to Normandy and its inhabitants) :: normando {m}
Norman {adj} (relating to the Norman language) :: normando {m}
Normandy {prop} (region of France) :: Normandia {f}
normative {adj} (of, pertaining to, or using a norm or standard) :: normativo
normativization {n} :: normativização {f}
north {n} (compass point) :: norte {m}, setentrião
north {adj} (of or pertaining to the north) :: do norte, nortenho, nortista, setentrional
north {adj} (toward the north) :: ao norte
north {adj} (meteorology: of wind, from the north) :: norte
North Africa {prop} (the northern part of Africa) :: norte da África {m}
North America {prop} (continent) :: América do Norte {f}
North American {adj} (relating to North America) :: norte-americano
North American {n} (North American person) :: norte-americano
North Atlantic Treaty Organization {prop} (intergovernmental military alliance) :: Organização do Tratado do Atlântico Norte {f}
North Brabant {prop} (province) :: Brabante do Norte {m}
North Carolina {prop} (state of the United States) :: Carolina do Norte {f}
North Caucasus {prop} (region in the south of Russia) :: Cáucaso do Norte {m}, Cáucaso Setentrional {m}
North Dakota {prop} (state of the United States of America) :: Dakota do Norte {f}
northeast {n} (compass point) :: nordeste {m}
northeast {adj} (northeastward) :: nordeste
northeast {adj} (northeastern) :: nordestino
North East England {prop} (official region of England) :: Nordeste da Inglaterra
northeastern {adj} (of, related to, located in, or from the northeast) :: nordestino {m}, nordestina {f}
northern {adj} (facing, situated in or related to the north) :: setentrional, nortenho, boreal
northern {adj} (of wind) :: norte
Northern Cyprus {prop} (a de-facto state) :: Chipre do Norte {m}
Northern Europe {prop} (sociopolitical region of Europe) :: Europa setentrional {f}
Northern Hemisphere {n} (hemisphere to the north of its equator) :: hemisfério norte {m}
northern house martin {n} (common house martin) SEE: common house martin ::
Northern Ireland {prop} (Northern Ireland) :: Irlanda do Norte
Northern Irish {adj} (relating to Northern Ireland) :: norte-irlandês
northern lapwing {n} (Vanellus vanellus) :: abibe {f}, ave-fria {f}, abecoinha {f}
northern lights {n} (the aurora of the northern hemisphere) :: aurora boreal {f}
Northern Marianas {prop} (Northern Marianas) :: Marianas do Norte
northern raccoon {n} (Procyon lotor) SEE: raccoon ::
Northern Rhodesia {prop} (former name of what is now Zambia) :: Rodésia do Norte {f}
Northern Sea Route {prop} (a shipping lane in the Arctic Ocean) :: Passagem Nordeste {f}
Northern Territory {prop} (Territory in northern Australia) :: Território do Norte {m}
North Holland {prop} (province of the Netherlands) :: Holanda Setentrional {f}, Holanda do Norte {f}
North Island {prop} (one of the two major islands making up New Zealand) :: Ilha Norte {f}
North Korea {prop} (North Korea) :: Coreia do Norte {f}
North Korean {n} (person from North Korea) :: norte-coreano {m}, norte-coreana {f}
North Korean {adj} (pertaining to North Korea) :: norte-coreano
North Ossetia {prop} (North Ossetia-Alania) SEE: North Ossetia-Alania ::
North Ossetia-Alania {prop} (a federal subject of Russia) :: Ossétia do Norte {f}
north pole {n} (northernmost point on celestial bodies) :: polo norte {m}
north pole {n} (positive pole of a magnetic dipole) :: polo norte {m}
North Pole {prop} (northernmost point on Earth) :: Polo Norte {m}
North Rhine-Westphalia {prop} (state) :: Renânia do Norte-Westfália {f}, Renânia do Norte-Vestfália
North Sea {prop} (a marginal sea of the Atlantic Ocean between Britain, Scandinavia and Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium and France) :: Mar do Norte {m}
North Star {prop} (Pole Star) SEE: Pole Star ::
Northumbria {prop} (An Anglo-Saxon kingdom in the Northeast of England.) :: Nortúmbria {f}
northwest {n} (compass point) :: noroeste {m}
northwest {adj} (towards the northwest) :: noroeste
Northwest Territories {prop} (Territory in northern Canada) :: Territórios do Noroeste {m-p}
north wind {n} (wind blowing from the north) :: nortada {f}
Norway {prop} (Scandinavian country) :: Noruega {f}
Norwegian {n} (native of Norway) :: norueguês {m}, norueguesa {f}
Norwegian {n} (language of Norway) :: norueguês {m}
Norwegian {adj} (of or pertaining to Norway) :: norueguês
Norwegian {adj} (of or pertaining to Norwegians) :: norueguês
Norwegian {adj} (of or pertaining to the Norwegian language) :: norueguês
Norwegian Bokmål {n} (Bokmål) SEE: Bokmål ::
Norwegian forest cat {n} (domestic cat breed) :: norueguês da floresta {m}
Norwegian Nynorsk {n} (Nynorsk) SEE: Nynorsk ::
Norwegian Sea {prop} (part of the Atlantic) :: Mar da Noruega {m}, Mar Norueguês {m}
nose {n} (protuberance on the face) :: nariz {m}
nose {n} (snout, nose of an animal) :: focinho {m}
nose {n} (tip of an object) :: nariz {m}
nose {n} (skill in recognising bouquet) :: olfato {m}, nariz {m}
noseband {n} (part of a bridle or halter) :: focinheira {f}
nosebleed {n} (haemorrhage from the nose) :: sangramento de nariz {m}, epistaxe {f}
nosegay {n} (small bunch of fragrant flowers or herbs) :: ramalhete {m}
nosegay {n} (aroma, scent) SEE: aroma ::
nose-picking {n} (insertion of a finger into one's nostril, especially to remove mucus.) :: cutucada no nariz {f}
nosey parker {n} (prying person) :: enxerido {m}
nosh {n} (blowjob) SEE: blowjob ::
nosh {v} (to perform fellatio (on)) SEE: blow ::
nosh {n} (slang: food) SEE: grub ::
nosh {n} (snack) SEE: snack ::
nosh {v} (snack) SEE: snack ::
no-show {n} (somebody who doesn't show up) :: ausente {m} {f}
no-show {n} (a failure to make a scheduled appearance) :: não-comparecimento {m}, ausência {m}, não-comparência {f}
no smoke without fire {proverb} (gossip and accusations are often substantiated by fact) :: não há fumaça sem fogo
no smoking {phrase} (phrase used in notices indicating that the smoking of cigarettes is not permitted) :: é proibido fumar
nosology {n} (the systematic investigation or classification of disease) :: nosologia {f}
no sooner said than done {phrase} (no sooner than something is said it will be done) :: dito e feito
nostalgia {n} (bittersweet yearning for the things of the past) :: nostalgia {f}
nostalgia {n} :: saudade, nostalgia {f}
nostalgia {n} (longing for home or familiar surroundings) SEE: homesickness ::
nostalgic {adj} (pertaining to nostalgia) :: nostálgico
nostalgic {n} (person who displays nostalgia) :: nostálgico {m}
nostril {n} (either of the two orifices located on the nose) :: narina {f}
nosy {adj} (prying, inquisitive or curious in other’s affairs; tending to snoop or meddle) :: intrometido, cusco, metediço
not {adv} (negates meaning of verb) :: não
not {conj} (And not) :: não
not {interj} :: só que não
notable {adj} (worthy of notice; remarkable) :: notável
notable {n} (person or thing of distinction) :: notável {m} {f}
notably {adv} (in a notable manner) :: notavelmente
not anymore {adv} (no longer) SEE: no longer ::
notary {n} (notary public) :: notário {m}
notary public {n} (officer who can administer oaths and statutory declarations) :: notário {m}, tabelião {m}
not at all {adv} (not) :: nada, não... em nada, não... em absoluto
not at all {interj} (conventional reply to expression of gratitude) :: de nada, por nada
notation {n} (act or process of representing by a system or set of marks, signs, figures or characters) :: notação {f}
notation {n} (system of characters, symbols or abbreviated expressions used to express technical facts or quantities) :: notação {f}
notation {n} (specific note or piece of information written in such a notation) :: anotação {f}
not bad {adj} (reasonably good) :: nada mau {m}
notch {n} (V-shaped cut) :: chanfro {m}, entalho {m}
notch {n} (such a cut, used for keeping a record) :: entalho {m}
notch {n} (indentation) :: indentação {f}
notch {n} (mountain pass) :: passo {m}, desfiladeiro {m}, garganta {f}
notch {n} (level or degree) :: nível {m}
notch {v} (to cut a notch) :: entalhar, chanfrar
note {n} (marginal comment or explanation) :: nota {f}
note {n} (memorandum) :: nota {f}
note {n} (short informal letter) :: bilhete, aviso {m}
note {n} (character indicating the length and pitch of a tone) :: nota {f}
note {n} (musical sound) :: nota {f}
note {v} (to notice with care) :: notar, perceber
note {v} (to record in writing) :: anotar
note {v} (to denote, designate) :: denotar
note {v} (to annotate) :: anotar
note {n} (banknote) SEE: banknote ::
notebook {n} (book) :: caderno {m}
notebook {n} (notebook computer) :: notebook {m}, laptop {m}
notepad {n} (bound pad of paper) :: bloco de notas {m}
not even {adv} (constitutes an emphatic negation) :: nem ao menos, nem sequer, nem mesmo, nem
not even one {determiner} (none at all) :: nenhum, nem um ... (sequer), nem mesmo um
not-for-profit {adj} (not aiming for profit) SEE: nonprofit ::
no, thanks {interj} (no, thanks) :: não, obrigado {m}, não, obrigada {f}
no thank you {interj} (polite way of saying no) :: não, obrigado {m}, não, obrigada {f}
nothing {pron} (not any thing) :: nada
nothingness {n} (state of nonexistence; the condition of being nothing) :: vacuidade {f}
nothingness {n} (void; emptiness) :: vazio {m}
nothing ventured, nothing gained {proverb} (if one takes no risks, one will not gain any benefits) SEE: no pain, no gain ::
no through road {n} (cul-de-sac) SEE: cul-de-sac ::
notice {n} (act of observing) :: percepção
notice {n} (written or printed announcement) :: aviso {m}
notice {n} (formal notification or warning) :: notificação {f}
notice {n} (notification of termination of employment) :: aviso prévio
notice {v} (to observe) :: notar, ver, perceber
notice {v} (to detect) :: notar, ver, perceber
notice board {n} (bulletin board) SEE: bulletin board ::
notification {n} (Act of notifying) :: notificação {f}
notification {n} (A specific piece of information serving to notify) :: notificação {f}, aviso {m}
notify {v} ((transitive) to give (someone) notice of (something)) :: notificar, informar
notion {n} (mental apprehension of whatever may be known or imagined; an idea; a conception) :: noção {f}, idéia {f}
notion {n} (sentiment; an opinion) :: noção {f}, opinião {f}
notion {n} (inclination; intention; disposition) :: intenção {f}
not know which end is up {v} (to have no common sense) :: não ter noção das coisas
notorious {adj} (known widely and infamously) :: notório, famigerado
not so fast {phrase} (stop doing something) :: não tão rápido
not to mention {conj} (much less) :: sem falar de
notwithstanding {adv} (never the less) SEE: nevertheless ::
notwithstanding {prep} (in spite of) :: apesar de
not yet {adv} (expected to happen but has not for the moment) :: ainda não
Nouakchott {prop} (capital of Mauritania) :: Nouakchott {f}
nougat {n} (a confection of honey and roasted nuts) :: nogado {m}, nougat {m}
noughts and crosses {n} (game) SEE: tic-tac-toe ::
noumenon {n} (thing as it is independent of any conceptualization, see also: thing-in-itself) :: númeno {m}
noun {n} (grammatical category (narrow sense)) :: substantivo {m}
noun {n} (grammatical category (broad sense)) :: nome {m}
noun {v} (convert into a noun) SEE: substantivise ::
noun phrase {n} (phrase that can serve as the subject or the object of a verb) :: locução substantiva/nominal {f}
noun substantive {n} (noun) SEE: noun ::
nourish {v} (to feed and cause to grow) :: nutrir
nourishing {adj} (that provides nourishment) :: nutridor {m}
nourishment {n} (something that nourishes; food) :: sustância {f}, sustança {f}, alimento {m}
nouveau riche {n} (new money) :: novo rico {m}
nova {n} (sudden brightening of a star) :: nova {f}
Nova Scotia {prop} (province in eastern Canada) :: Nova Escócia {f}
Novaya Zemlya {prop} (archipelago in Russia) :: Nova Zembla {f}
novel {adj} (new, original, especially in an interesting way) :: novo {m}, nova {f}, original {mf}
novel {n} (work of prose fiction) :: romance {f}
novelist {n} (author of novels) :: romancista {m} {f}, novelista {m} {f}
novella {n} (short novel) :: novela {f}
novelty {n} (state of being new) :: novidade {f}
novelty {n} (new product) :: novidade {f}
November {prop} (eleventh month of the Gregorian calendar) :: novembro {m}
November {prop} (N in the ICAO spelling alphabet) :: Nazaré
novena {n} (a recitation of prayers for nine days) :: novena {f}
Novgorod {prop} (city) :: Novgorod {f}
novice {n} (beginner) :: novato {m}
novice {n} (new member of a religious order) :: noviço {m}
Novi Sad {prop} (largest city of the Serbian province of Vojvodina) :: Novi Sad {f}
novity {n} (novity) SEE: novelty ::
Novokuznetsk {prop} (city) :: Novokuznetsk {f}
Novorossiysk {prop} (city) :: Novorossiysk {f}, Novorossisk {f}
Novosibirsk {prop} (city in Russia) :: Novosibirsk {f}
now {adv} (at the present time) :: agora
now {conj} (since, because) :: agora que, que
now {interj} (signal to begin) :: agora,
now {n} (the present time) :: agora
nowadays {adv} (at the present time) :: hoje em dia, atualmente, hoje, agora
nowadays {adv} (in the current era) :: hoje em dia, atualmente, hoje, agora
now and again {adv} (now and then) SEE: now and then ::
now and then {adv} ((idiomatic) sometimes; occasionally; intermittently) :: vez por outra, de vez em quando, ocasionalmente
no way {interj} (absolutely not) :: de nenhuma maneira, nem pensar, de jeito nenhum
no way {interj} (indicates astonished disbelief) :: impossível, nem sonhando
nowhere {adv} (in no place) :: em nenhum lugar, em lugar nenhum
nowheres {adv} (nowhere) SEE: nowhere ::
nowhither {adv} (to no place) SEE: nowhere ::
nowise {adv} (in no manner) :: de forma alguma
no worries {interj} (you're welcome) SEE: you're welcome ::
Nowruz {prop} (Iranian New Year) :: Noruz {m}
now that {conj} (since) :: agora que
noxious {adj} (harmful) :: nocivo {m}
nozzle {n} (short tube) :: bocal {m}
NP-complete {adj} (both NP and NP-hard) :: NP-completo {m}
nshima {n} (porridge made from maize or sorghum) :: chima {f}
nth {adj} (occurring at position n) :: enésimo
nth {n} (the item at position n) :: enésimo {m}
nu {n} (name for the letter of the Greek alphabet: Ν and ν) :: ni {m}
nuance {n} (minor distinction) :: nuance {f}, nuança {f}
nuance {n} (subtlety or fine detail) :: nuance {f}, nuança {f}, subtil
Nubia {prop} (ancient kingdom) :: Núbia {f}
nuclear {adj} (pertaining to the nucleus of a cell) :: nuclear
nuclear {adj} (involving nuclear energy) :: nuclear
nuclear {adj} (of a weapon: deriving its force from nuclear energy) :: nuclear
nuclear bomb {n} (nuclear bomb) :: bomba nuclear/atómica/atômica {f}
nuclear chemistry {n} (application of chemical techniques to the solution of problems in nuclear physics) :: química nuclear {f}
nuclear energy {n} (energy released by a nuclear reaction) :: energia nuclear {f}
nuclear family {n} (a family unit consisting of a father, mother and children) :: família nuclear {f}
nuclear fission {n} (nuclear reaction that releases energy) :: fissão nuclear {f}
nuclear fusion {n} (the combining of the nuclei of small atoms to form the nuclei of larger ones) :: fusão nuclear {f}
nuclear physics {n} (branch of physics) :: física nuclear {f}
nuclear power {n} (power from nuclear reactions) :: poder nuclear {m}
nuclear power plant {n} (type of power plant) :: usina nuclear, central nuclear
nuclear power station {n} (type of power station) SEE: nuclear power plant ::
nuclear reaction {n} (process) :: reação nuclear {f}
nuclear reactor {n} (device) :: reator nuclear {m}
nuclear war {n} (war fought using nuclear weapons) :: guerra nuclear/atómica/atômica {f}
nuclear waste {n} (type of waste) SEE: radioactive waste ::
nuclear weapon {n} (explosive device) :: arma nuclear {f}
nucleation {n} (first stage of a phase transition in a small region) :: nucleação {f}
nucleation {n} (formation of cell nuclei) :: nucleação {f}
nucleic {adj} (referring to the nucleus) :: nucleico
nucleic acid {n} (acidic chainlike biological macromolecule) :: ácido nucleico {m}
nucleoid {n} (the irregularly-shaped region within a prokaryote cell where the genetic material is localized) :: nucleoide {m}
nucleolus {n} (part of nucleus of a cell) :: nucléolo {m}
nucleon {n} (a proton or a neutron) :: nucleão {m} [Portugal], núcleon {m} [Brazil]
nucleotide {n} (monomer constituting DNA or RNA) :: nucleotídeo {m}
nucleus {n} (core, central part of something) :: núcleo
nucleus {n} (initial part which will receive additions) :: núcleo {m}
nucleus {n} (physics: massive, positively charged core of an atom) :: núcleo {m}
nucleus {n} (cytology: large organelle found in cells) :: núcleo {m}
nucleus {n} (neuroanatomy: cluster of many neuronal bodies) :: gânglio {m}
nucleus {n} (linguistics: centre of a syllable) :: núcleo {m}
nude {adj} (without clothing or other covering) :: nu, pelado
nudge {n} (a gentle push) :: cutucão
nudism {n} (the belief in or practice of social, non-sexual nudity) :: nudismo {m}
nudity {n} (the state of being without clothing on the body) :: nudez {f}
nudiustertian {adj} (Of or relating to the day before yesterday) :: de anteontem
nugget {n} (small chunk or clump) :: pepita {f}
nuisance {n} (minor annoyance or inconvenience) :: incômodo, distúrbio, inconveniente
nuisance {n} (person or thing causing annoyance of inconvenience) :: inconveniente, inadequado, inoportuno
Nuku'alofa {prop} (capital of Tonga) :: Nukualofa {f}
nullify {v} (to make legally invalid) :: anular, cassar
nullify {v} (to prevent from happening) :: evitar
null set {n} (empty set) SEE: empty set ::
numb {adj} (physically unable to feel) :: entorpecido {m}, entorpecida {f}
number {n} (abstract entity) :: número {m}
number {n} (numeral) :: número {m}
number {n} (mathematics: number) :: número {m}
number {n} (used to show the rank of something in a list or sequence) :: número {m}
number {n} (quantity) :: quantidade {f}
number {n} (grammar: state of being singular, dual or plural) :: número {m}
number {n} (performance) :: número {m}
number {v} (label with numbers; assign numbers to) :: numerar
number {v} (to total; to amount to) :: amontar
numbered list {n} (list) :: lista numerada {f}
numberful {adj} (numerous) SEE: numerous ::
number line {n} (line that graphically represents the real numbers) :: linha numérica {f}
Number of the Beast {prop} (the number 666) :: número da besta {m}
number one {n} (urine or urination euphemism) :: número um {m}
number plate {n} (license plate) SEE: license plate ::
Numbers {prop} (fourth book of the Bible) :: Números {m}
number sign {n} (hash) SEE: hash ::
numbersome {adj} (numerous) SEE: numerous ::
number theory {n} (branch of pure mathematics) :: teoria dos números {f}
number two {n} :: número dois {m}
numerable {adj} (numerous) SEE: numerous ::
numeral {n} (word or symbol representing a number, see also: noun numeral) :: número, numeral
numerator {n} (in a fraction) :: numerador {m}
numeric {adj} (of, or relating to numbers) SEE: numerical ::
numerical {adj} (of or pertaining to numbers) :: numérico
numerical analysis {n} (study of algorithms) :: análise numérica {f}
numerically {adv} (numerically) :: numericamente
numericize {v} (represent using numbers) :: numerizar
numerous {adj} (Indefinitely large numerically) :: numeroso
Numidia {prop} (region in northern Africa) :: Numídia {f}
Numidian {adj} (pertaining to Numidia) :: númida
Numidian {n} (an inhabitant of Numidia) :: númida {m-f}
numismatic {adj} (of or pertaining to a coin, coins, currency) :: numismático
numismatics {n} (study of coins) :: numismática {f}
numismatist {n} (one who collects coins and/or currencies) :: numismata {m} {f}
nummular {adj} (numismatic) SEE: numismatic ::
nummular {adj} (coin-shaped) :: numular
nummular {adj} (characterized by round lesions) :: numular
nun {n} (member of a Christian religious community of women) :: freira, religiosa {f}, madre {f}, monja {f}
nunation {n} (suffix in Arabic) :: nunação {f}
Nunavut {prop} (territory in northern Canada) :: Nunavut {m}
nunchaku {n} (weapon) :: nunchaku {m}
nuncheon {n} (afternoon snack) :: lanche {m}
nunciature {n} (status or rank of a nuncio) :: nunciatura {f}
nuncio {n} (one who bears a message) SEE: messenger ::
nuncio {n} (title used for Catholic clerics) :: núncio {m}
nuptial {adj} (pertaining to wedding and marriage) :: nupcial
nuptials {n} (wedding ceremony, see also: wedding) :: núpcias {f-p}
nuraghe {n} (type of megalithic building) :: nurague {m}, nuraghe {m}
Nuremberg {prop} (city in Germany) :: Nuremberga {f}
nurse {n} (person who takes care of other people's young) :: babá {f} [Brazil]
nurse {n} (person trained to provide care for the sick) :: enfermeira {f}, enfermeiro {m}
nurse {v} (to breast feed) :: amamentar
nurse {v} (to care for the sick) :: tratar
nurse {v} (to treat kindly and with extra care) :: tratar bem
nurse {n} (wet nurse) SEE: wet nurse ::
nursemaid {n} (child's nurse) :: babá {f}
nursery {n} (a place where nursing is carried out) :: berçário {m}
nursery {n} (place for the care of children) :: berçário {m}, creche
nursery {n} (place for cultivation of young plants) :: viveiro {m}, sementeira {f}
nursery rhyme {n} (short poem or song for children) :: cantiga de roda {f}
nursery school {n} (a school for pre-school children) :: escolinha {f}, jardim de infância, pré-escola
nursing {n} (breastfeeding) SEE: breastfeeding ::
nursing home {n} (place of residence) :: asilo {m}, casa de repouso {f}
nut {n} (hard-shelled fruit) :: noz {f}
nut {n} (that fits on a bolt) :: porca {f}
nut {n} (slang: insane person) :: louco {m}, doido {m}, maluco {m}
nut {n} (slang: the head) :: cachola {f}
nut {n} (slang: testicle) :: bagos {m-p}, ovos {m-p}, colhão {m}
nutcracker {n} (implement for cracking nuts) :: quebra-nozes
Nutella {prop} (hazelnut spread) :: nutella {f}
nuthatch {n} (passerine bird from the family Sittidae) :: trepadeira {f}
nutmeg {n} (tree) :: noz-moscada {f}
nutmeg {n} (seed) :: noz-moscada {f}
nutmeg {n} (soccer/football sense) :: frango {m}, cueca {f}, rata {f}, sainha {f} [slang]
nutria {n} (coypu) SEE: coypu ::
nutrient {n} (substance that provides nourishment) :: nutriente {m}
nutrition {n} (nutrition) :: nutrição {f}
nutritional {adj} (pertaining to nutrition) :: nutricional
nutritional yeast {n} (preparation of Saccharomyces cerevisiae) :: levedura de cerveja {f}
nutritious {adj} (providing nutrients) :: nutritivo, nutriente, nutritício, alimentoso, alimentício
nutritive {adj} (nourishing, nutritional) :: nutritivo {m}
nuts {n} (nut) SEE: nut ::
nutshell {n} (the shell that surrounds the kernel of a nut) :: casca de noz
Nuuk {prop} (capital of Greenland) :: Nuuk {f}, Godthaab {f}
nychthemeron {n} (one day and one night) :: nictémero {m} [Portugal], nictêmero {m} [Brazil]
nyct- {prefix} (relating to night or darkness) :: nict-
nyctalopia {n} (night blindness) SEE: night blindness ::
nyctophobia {n} (fear of the night) :: nictofobia {f}
nylon {n} (substance) :: nylon {m}, náilon {m}
nymph {n} (insect larva) :: ninfa {f}
nymph {n} (mythology: minor water, forest or mountain deity) :: ninfa {f}
nymph {n} (young girl who may inspire lust) :: ninfa {f}
nymphomania {n} (excess of sexual behaviour or desire in women) :: ninfomania {f}
Nynorsk {n} (one of the two major Norwegian (written) languages) :: nynorsk {m}
Nyx {prop} (the primordial goddess of night) :: Nix