See also: Picado

PortugueseEdit

AdjectiveEdit

picado m (feminine singular picada, masculine plural picados, feminine plural picadas, comparable)

  1. having insect bites
  2. hash (chopped into small pieces)
  3. (of the sea) choppy (having many small, rough waves)
  4. (music) staccato (with each note played for a very short duration)
    Synonym: staccato

NounEdit

picado m (plural picados)

  1. finely chopped food
    Synonym: picadinho
  2. (music) staccato (articulation in with each note played for a very short duration)
    Synonym: staccato

VerbEdit

picado (feminine singular picada, masculine plural picados, feminine plural picadas)

  1. masculine singular past participle of picar

SpanishEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /piˈkado/, [pi.ˈka.ð̝o]

AdjectiveEdit

picado (feminine singular picada, masculine plural picados, feminine plural picadas)

  1. rotten, spoiled
    Synonym: estropeado
  2. piqued
  3. (of a tooth) decayed
  4. (of the sea) choppy
  5. (of food, especially meat) minced, ground
  6. (colloquial) bitter, pissed

Derived termsEdit

NounEdit

picado m (plural picados)

  1. (film) overhead shot
  2. (music) staccato note
  3. (Argentina) kick around (informal football game)

VerbEdit

picado m (feminine singular picada, masculine plural picados, feminine plural picadas)

  1. Masculine singular past participle of picar.