resfriado

PortugueseEdit

EtymologyEdit

Past participle of resfriar (to cool), from re- (re-) + esfriar (to cool).

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

resfriado m (feminine singular resfriada, masculine plural resfriados, feminine plural resfriadas, comparable)

  1. cooled; refrigerated
    Synonyms: arrefecido, gelado, esfriado, refrescado, refrigerado
  2. (Brazil) afflicted with the common cold
    Synonyms: constipado, gripado

Related termsEdit

NounEdit

resfriado m (plural resfriados)

  1. (pathology, Brazil) common cold
    Synonyms: (Portugal) constipação, constipação nasal, gripe, nasofaringite, rinofaringite, tosse

VerbEdit

resfriado (feminine singular resfriada, masculine plural resfriados, feminine plural resfriadas)

  1. masculine singular past participle of resfriar

SpanishEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /resˈfɾjado/, [resˈfɾja.ð̞o]
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AdjectiveEdit

resfriado (feminine resfriada, masculine plural resfriados, feminine plural resfriadas)

  1. afflicted with the common cold

NounEdit

resfriado m (plural resfriados)

  1. a cold
    Synonyms: catarro, (Andes, River Plate region) resfrío
  2. the flu
    Synonyms: (Colombia, Mexico) gripa, gripe

VerbEdit

resfriado m (feminine singular resfriada, masculine plural resfriados, feminine plural resfriadas)

  1. Masculine singular past participle of resfriar.

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