Романова-английский словарь (буква P)

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Слова романоидного модельного языка Романова (буква P) с переводом на английский язык:


P

pacete:
package, parcel; packet; bundle.
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Pacistan:
Pakistan.
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padre:
father.
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padrino:
godfather.
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padron:
(used repetitively in sewing, tracing, etc.) pattern.
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pagamento:
payment.
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pagar:
to pay (for) {The person who receives the money is the indirect object}; ELI PAGO' TRES DO'LARES A ME POR EL LIBRO He paid me three dollars for the book.
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paisaje:
scenery.
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pai'se:
(nation, area) country.
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pa'jina:
(printed) page.
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pala:
(n) shovel; MOVER CON UNA ~ to shovel.
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pa'lido:
pale, pallid.
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palisada:
(outdoor barrier) fence.
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palma:
(of hand) palm.
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palmera:
(tree) palm.
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palo:
(n) stick; pole.
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pan:
bread; ~ TOSTADO toast, toasted bread.
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panete:
(n) (food) roll.
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panfleto:
pamphlet.
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pa'nico:
(n) panic, scare.
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pantalon:
(n) pants, trousers; ~ CORTO short pants, shorts; swimming trunks.
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pantalonete:
(underwear) briefs; boxers; panties; knickers.
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pantanal:
marsh, swamp.
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papa':
dad.
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Papa:
Pope.
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papagaio:
(n) parrot.
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papel:
(n) paper.
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par:
for; in order to; ~ CE so (that).
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paracadita:
(n) parachute.
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paradiso seleste:
(in religion) heaven.
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para'grafo:
paragraph.
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paragua:
(for rain) umbrella.
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paralelo:
(adj) parallel.
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parasol:
(for shade) umbrella, parasol.
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parce:
(public outdoor area) park.
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pare:
(n) pair.
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parede:
(inside) wall.
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pareia:
(in the romantic sense) couple.
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parente:
(n) relative.
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pareser:
to seem.
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parlamento:
parliament.
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parlar:
to speak, to talk; ~ CON SENIALES to communicate in sign language, to sign.
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parlata:
(n) talk.
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parte:
(n) part; share; place; A ALGUNA ~ somewhere, to some place; EN ALGUNA ~ somewhere, in some place; A CUALCE ~ anywhere, to any place; A NENGUNA ~ nowhere, to no place; A OTRA ~ (adv) away, to another place; EN TODAS PARTES everywhere, in all places; EN MULTAS PARTES widespread.
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partedero:
(n) (place) exit; ~ DE URJENSA emergency exit.
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parter (di):
to leave, to go away (from), to depart (from), to get out (of); PARTER CAMINANDO to walk away; PARTER CORRENDO to run away.
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particular:
(n) detail, particular.
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partida:
(game) match.
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partisipio:
participle.
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partita:
(action) departure.
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partito:
political party.
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pas:
peace.
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pasado:
past.
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pasajero:
passenger.
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pasando:
passing; passing by.
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pasaporto:
passport.
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pasar:
(time) to spend; to pass, to go by; ~ PRO'CSIMO A (tr) to pass by, to pass near (to).
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pasata:
(n) (movement) pass.
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Pascua:
Easter.
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pase:
(n) (document) pass.
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pasear:
(on foot) to take a walk; (in a car, etc.) to take a ride.
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pasiensa:
patience.
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pasiente:
(adj) patient.
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pasi'fico:
peaceful.
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pasion:
passion.
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pasivo:
passive.
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paso:
(n) (through mountains) pass; (of the foot) pace, step.
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pasta:
dough; pasta; paste; ~ DENTAL toothpaste.
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pastel:
(cake, etc.) pastry.
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patata:
potato.
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patriota:
(n) patriot.
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patrio'tico:
(adj) patriotic.
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patron:
(n) boss.
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pausa:
(n) pause.
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pausar:
to pause.
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pavimento:
pavement.
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pe:
(letter) p.
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pe:
optional direct object preposition (to avoid ambiguity).
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pecador:
sinner.
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pecar:
to sin.
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pecata:
(n) sin.
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peinadora:
(n) comb.
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peinar (se):
to comb.
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peje:
(n) fish.
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pele:
(n) skin; ~ ARDIDA POR EL SOL (n) sunburn; ~ DE BOVE leather.
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peli'cula:
movie, motion picture, film; camera film; ~ ANIMADA animated film.
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pelo:
(one) hair.
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pelos:
(all) hair(s).
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peluca:
wig.
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pena:
feather.
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pender:
(intr) to hang.
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pe'ndulo:
(n) pendulum; SEDIA DE ~ (n) (playground) swing.
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pene:
penis.
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pensamento:
thought.
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pensar:
(to cogitate) to think; ~ EN to think about.
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pensata:
thought.
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pension:
boarding-house.
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pepino:
cucumber; (n) (pickled) pickle, pickled cucumber.
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per:
per; ~ SENTO per cent.
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perciser:
to search (through), to look through.
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percisision:
(looking through) search.
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perder:
to lose; to misplace; (to fail to reach or see) to miss.
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perdido:
lost; SER ~ to be lost.
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perdita:
loss.
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perdon:
(n) forgiveness, pardon.
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perdona me:
(apology) I'm sorry.
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perdonar:
to forgive {someone}, to pardon {someone}; ~ {alguna persona} DE {alguna cosa} to forgive {someone} for {something}.
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perfecto:
perfect.
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perforadora:
(n) (tool) drill.
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perforar:
(v) to pierce; to drill.
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perfume:
perfume.
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periglo:
danger; PONER EN ~ to endanger; SER EN ~ to be in danger.
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perigloso:
dangerous.
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perio'dico:
periodical.
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peri'odo:
(time) period.
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periscopio:
periscope.
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permanente:
(adj) permanent.
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permiso:
(n) permission; consent; ~ DE ENTRAR (permission to enter) admission.
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permiter:
to let, to permit, to allow; to consent to; ~ CADER to let fall, to drop; ~ ENTRAR to admit, to allow to enter.
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perno:
(n) (mechanics) bolt.
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perpetuo:
perpetual.
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persecusion:
(n) persecution; harassment.
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persecusionar:
to persecute; to harass.
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perseger:
to chase.
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persegita:
(n) chase.
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persentaje:
percentage.
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persepsion:
perception.
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persever:
to perceive, to detect.
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persona:
person; ALGUNA ~ somebody, someone; NENGUNA ~ nobody; TODAS LAS PERSONAS everyone, everybody; DE ALGUNA ~ (placed after noun) (belonging to someone) someone's.
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personaje:
theather role, character.
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personal:
(adj) personal.
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perturbado:
(adj) upset.
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perturbar:
(v) to upset.
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pesadora:
(device to measure weight) scale.
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pesar:
to weigh.
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pesca:
fishing.
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pescar:
to fish.
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pe'sica:
peach.
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peso:
weight.
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petito:
(adj) little, small.
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peto:
(body part) chest.
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petrolio:
petroleum, oil.
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picante:
(adj) spicy, piquant; stinging.
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picar:
to prick, to sting.
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picata:
(n) prick; sting.
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picenice:
(n) picnic.
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pie:
(of body) foot; PONER EL ~ SOBRA to step on; BATER CON EL ~ to kick.
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piedra:
rock; stone.
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pierna:
leg; ~ SUPERIOR thigh.
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piesa:
(n) piece, bit; ~ CORTADA (n) slice; ~ DE TEATRO (theatrical) play.
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pijon:
pigeon.
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pila:
(electric) battery.
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pilotar:
to pilot.
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piloto:
(n) pilot.
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pi'lura:
pill.
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pimenta:
pepper.
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pinia:
pinecone.
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piniera:
(tree) pine.
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pinsas:
tongs; pincers.
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pintar:
to paint; ~ UNA CASA VERDE USANDO COLOR ASUR to paint a green house blue; ~ (SE) LA FASA to put make-up on.
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pintata:
(action) paintjob, painting.
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pintura:
(object of art) painting.
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piocos:
lice.
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pipa:
(n) (for smoking) pipe.
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pira'mide:
pyramid.
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pirata:
(n) pirate.
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pisarra:
blackboard.
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pisina:
(n) swimming-pool.
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pista:
(for racing) track; runway.
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pistola:
(gun) pistol.
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plaga:
(n) wound; injury; ~ ARDIDA (n) (wound) burn; ~ CORTADA (n) (wound) cut.
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plageta:
small wound, scratch.
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plaia:
(n) beach.
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planeta:
planet.
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plano:
flat.
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planta:
(n) plant; PLANTAS MARINAS seaweed.
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plantar:
to plant.
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plasa:
(n) (place) square, town square, plaza.
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plasente:
pleasant, nice, enjoyable, pleasing.
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plaser:
to please; (n) pleasure; ME PLASE FASER LO You're welcome, don't mention it.
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plasma:
plasma.
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pla'stico:
plastic.
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plataforma:
platform.
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plato:
(for food) plate; dish.
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plega:
(n) fold.
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plegar:
to fold.
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plenar:
to fill.
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pleno:
full.
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plombo:
(n) (metal) lead.
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plorar:
to cry, to weep.
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ploro:
(n) crying, weeping.
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pluma:
pen.
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plural:
plural.
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Pluton:
Pluto.
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pluver:
to rain; ~ JELO to hail.
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pluvia:
(n) rain; ~ DE JELO (n) hail.
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pluvioso:
rainy.
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poco:
(adv) little; not very; not very much; ~ A ~ gradually, little by little; UN ~ a little; slightly, barely; UN ~ (DE) a little bit (of), a bit (of).
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pocos:
(adj) few.
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poder:
to be able, can.
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poema:
poem.
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poeta:
poet.
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poio:
(bird) chicken; CARNE DE ~ (meat) chicken.
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pois:
(next) then.
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polarida':
polarity.
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pole'mica:
controversy.
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pole'mico:
controversial.
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polgar:
thumb.
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polisi'a:
police.
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polisiano:
police officer.
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poli'tica:
politics.
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politicista:
politician.
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poli'tico:
(adj) political.
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polo:
(global) pole.
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Polonia:
Poland.
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polvo:
(n) dust; powder.
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pomo:
apple.
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pompa:
(n) pump.
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pompar:
to pump.
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pompiero:
firefighter.
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po'mulo:
cheek.
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poner:
to put, to place, to set; to position.
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ponte:
bridge.
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popular:
(adj) popular.
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populasion:
population.
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por:
(indicates the doer of the action) by; because of, on account of, owing to; (price or time) for; ~ CE why; ~ ESEMPLO for example; ~ FAVOR (polite request) please.
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porce:
(conj) because.
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porco:
pig.
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porsion:
share, allotment.
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porta:
door.
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portador:
porter.
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portafolio:
wallet.
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portar:
to carry, to take, to bear; (clothing) to wear.
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porto:
port.
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porton:
gate.
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Portugal:
Portugal.
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portugalano:
Portuguese; Portuguese person.
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portugalese:
(language) Portuguese.
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posa:
puddle.
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poseder:
to own, to possess.
.
posesion:
possession.
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posible:
possible.
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posiblemente:
(adv) maybe.
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posiblida':
possibility.
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posision:
(n) (place) position.
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positivo:
(adj) positive.
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poso:
(n) well.
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posponer:
to postpone.
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posta:
(n) mail, post; ~ AERIA airmail; ~ ELECTRO'NICA e-mail; ~ RA'PIDA express mail; POSTA-E e-mail.
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posta-e:
e-mail.
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posterior:
posterior; buttocks.
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posto:
job, position.
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potensa:
potency, power.
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potente:
potent, powerful.
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povre:
(adj) poor.
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povrida':
poverty.
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pra'tica:
(n) (usage, custom) practice.
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praticar:
(to put into practice, to use customarily) to practice.
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pra'tico:
practical.
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predicar:
to preach.
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predicsion:
prediction.
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prediser:
(v) to predict.
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preferensa:
preference.
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preferer:
to prefer.
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prejudisiar:
to be prejudiced (against), to prejudge.
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prejudisio:
(n) prejudice.
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premio:
(n) prize.
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prender:
to take, to get; ~ PRESTADO to borrow.
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preocupado:
worried, anxious.
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preocupar (se):
to worry.
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preocupasion:
(n) worry, anxiety.
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preparar:
to prepare, to set up; ~ SE to get ready, to prepare.
.
preposision:
preposition.
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prerrogativa:
(n) (legal or moral) right.
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prescriver:
to prescribe.
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presedente:
(adj) preceding; previous; (n) precedent.
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preseder:
to precede.
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presentar:
to present; to introduce.
.
presente:
(n) (now) present; (adj) present.
.
preservativo (secsual):
condom.
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presidente:
president.
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presion:
(n) pressure.
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presipisio:
cliff, precipice.
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presipitar (se):
to hurry.
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presipitasion:
(n) hurry.
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prestar:
to lend.
.
presto:
soon, shortly, quickly.
.
presumer:
to presume, to suppose.
.
presunsion:
presumption.
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prevener {irregular present and imperative tenses:
previene}:
to prevent; ~ SE DE {faser una cosa} to keep {oneself} from {doing something}; ~ {alguna persona o cosa} DE {faser una cosa} to prevent {someone or something} from {doing something}; ~ CE {alguna persona o cosa} {fase una cosa} to prevent {someone or something} from {doing something}.
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prevension:
prevention.
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previene:
See:
prevener.
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primavera:
(season) spring.
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primerministro:
prime minister.
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primero:
(adv) first.
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prinsipal:
(adj) main, principal.
.
prinsipio:
(n) principle; beginning.
.
prison:
(n) jail; prison.
.
privado:
(adj) (not public) private.
.
privar (de):
to deprive (of), to deny.
.
proa:
(n) (of ship) bow.
.
probable:
probable.
.
probablemente:
probably.
.
probablida':
probability, chance.
.
problema:
problem.
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procsimamente:
(adv) nearby.
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pro'csimo:
(adj) near, nearby; (adj) EL ... MAS ~ the nearest ... ; ~ A (prep) near (to), close to.
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producsion:
production; creation.
.
productor:
producer.
.
produser:
to produce; to create.
.
produto:
product; ~ PRINSIPAL main product, staple.
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profesion:
profession.
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profesional:
professional.
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profesor:
teacher.
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profitar se (di):
to profit (from); to take advantage (of).
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profito:
(n) profit; advantage.
.
profundida':
depth; DE POCA ~ (adj) (not deep) shallow.
.
profundo:
deep.
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programa:
(n) program.
.
programar:
to program.
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progreso:
(n) progress; FASER PROGRESOS to progress.
.
proi'be:
See:
proiber.
.
proiber {irregular present and imperative tenses:
proi'be}:
to prohibit.
.
projetar:
to stick out; to project; to beam.
.
projeto:
(n) project.
.
promesa:
(n) promise, pledge.
.
prometer:
to promise, to pledge.
.
pronome:
pronoun.
.
pronosticar:
to forecast, to project; to prognosticate.
.
prono'stico:
(n) forecast; prognosis.
.
pronto:
ready.
.
pronunsiar:
to pronounce.
.
pronunsiasion:
pronunciation.
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propagar (se):
to propagate; to spread.
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propension:
tendency.
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propenso a:
inclined to, tending to; ~ A SUISIDIO suicidal.
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proponer:
to propose, to suggest.
.
proporsion:
(n) (proportion) rate; ratio.
.
proposision:
proposition, suggestion; proposal, plan.
.
proprieda':
property; ~ LITERARIA (n) copyright.
.
proprietario:
owner.
.
proprio:
(adj) own {precedes noun if any}; MIO ~ LIBRO my own book.
.
proseso:
(n) process.
.
protejer:
to protect; to shield.
.
protestante:
Protestant.
.
protestar:
to protest; ~ CONTRA to protest against, to object to.
.
protestasion:
(n) protesting; objection.
.
protuberansa:
(n) (protuberance) bump, lump.
.
prova:
(test) trial.
.
provar:
to test, to try out.
.
proveder:
to provide, to supply.
.
provinsia:
(section of a nation) state; province.
.
provision:
(n) supply.
.
prudensa:
prudence, sense, wisdom.
.
prudente:
(prudent) wise; sensible.
.
pruna:
plum; ~ SECA prune.
.
pruritar:
to itch.
.
prurito:
(n) itch.
.
publicar:
to publish.
.
publicasion:
publication.
.
pu'blico:
public.
.
pu'dico:
bashful, modest.
.
pudor:
bashfulness, modesty.
.
pulea:
pulley.
.
puler:
(tr) to shine, to polish.
.
pulmon:
lung.
.
pulsar:
to pulsate.
.
pulsasion:
(n) pulse; pulsation.
.
pulso:
wrist.
.
punialar:
to stab.
.
punialata:
(n) stab.
.
punio:
fist.
.
punta:
(n) (endpoint) tip, end.
.
punto:
(n) (punctuation) period; point; FASER PUNTOS to score points; ~ DE VISTA point of view; ~ DE COSTURA (n) stitch.
.
puntual:
(adj) prompt, punctual.
.
puntualmente:
promptly.
.
purificar:
to purify.
.
puro:
pure.
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purpurio:
(adj) purple.
.
putrefaser:
(tr) to rot, to make rot; ~ SE (intr) to rot.
.
putrefasido:
rotten.
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