brasileiro

GalicianEdit

AdjectiveEdit

brasileiro m (feminine singular brasileira, masculine plural brasileiros, feminine plural brasileiras)

  1. Brazilian

NounEdit

brasileiro m (plural brasileiros)

  1. Brazilian

PortugueseEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From brasil +‎ -eiro, later reanalyzed as Brasil +‎ -eiro

PronunciationEdit

  • (Brazil) IPA(key): /ˌbɾa.zi.ˈle(j).ɾu/
    • (Fluminense) IPA(key): /bɾɐ.zi.ˈle(j).ɾu/
  • (Portugal)
    • (northern) IPA(key): /brɐ.zi.ˈlej.ɾu/
    • (central and southern) IPA(key): /brɐ.zi.ˈlɐj.ɾu/

NounEdit

brasileiro m (plural brasileiros, feminine brasileira, feminine plural brasileiras)

  1. (historical) One who works with brazilwood.
  2. Brazilian (person from Brazil).
    Synonyms: tupiniquim (colloquial), brasuca (slang)
  3. (historical) Portuguese person who migrated to Brazil.

AdjectiveEdit

brasileiro m (feminine singular brasileira, masculine plural brasileiros, feminine plural brasileiras, comparable)

  1. Brazilian (of, from or relating to Brazil)
    Synonyms: tupiniquim (colloquial), brasuca (slang)