My Vocabularies

tip dica, gorjeta, ponta
a piece of useful advice; an extra amount of money that you give to someone such as a driver to thank him or her for a service; the end of something long and narrow; be on the tip of someone’s tongue

introder /ɪnˈtruː.dər/
someone who is in a ​place or ​situation where they are not ​wanted; someone who ​enters a ​place without ​permission in ​order to ​commit a ​crime:

theft furto
the action or crime of stealing something

​software that ​collects ​information about how someone uses the internet, or ​personal ​information such as ​passwords, without the ​user ​knowing about it

to be aware ser consciente
to know about something:

attachment anexo
a computer file that is sent together with an email message

a ​device or ​program that ​stops ​people from ​seeing or using ​information on a ​computer without ​permission while it is ​connected to the internet

threat ameaça
a statement that you will harm or punish someone if that person does not not do what you want

worm verme, minhoca
a weak or despicable person (used as a general term of contempt).

browse look
to ​look through a ​book or ​magazine without ​reading everything, or to ​walk around a ​shop ​looking at several things without ​intending to ​buy any of them:

browsing navegação

cater /ˈkeɪ.tər/
to ​provide, and sometimes ​serve, ​food:

provide suprir, fornecer
to give something to someone

range /reɪndʒ/ gama, cadeia, faixa, escala, alcance, extensão
a group of different things of the same general type; a line of hills or mountains; the amount or number between a particular set of limits; the distance from which things can be seen, heard, or reached

between different ​countries, or ​involving ​people from different ​countries

take up
to start doing a particular job or activity; to fill an amount of space or time

domain domínio
an ​area of ​interest or an ​area over which a ​person has ​control:

regard considerar
to think of someone or something in a particular way

regardless of something (apesar de algo); despite something

seamless sem interrupção
​happening without any ​sudden ​changes, ​interruption, or ​difficulty

a business or organization

grasp segurar, agarrar, entender, captar
to take hold of something firmly with your hand; to understand something

overall geral, global, em geral, no conjunto
considering everything or everyone

fair claro, justo, equitativo, leal
Fair hair or skin is pale or light in colour; treating or affecting everyone in the same way

fairly/ ˈfeə·li/ razoavelmente, imparcialmente
more than average, but less than very; done in a fair or honest way
for that ​reason

perishable /ˈper.ɪ.ʃə.bl̩/
Perishable ​food ​decays ​quickly:

tricky trɪk·i/

profit /ˈprɒf·ɪt/ lucro
money that you get from selling something for more than it cost you to buy or produce

rise elevar-se, subir
to move up

preacher pregador
someone who speaks about religious subjects in public, especially in a church

latest último
most recent
revenue /ˈrev.ən.juː/
the ​income that a ​government or ​company ​receives ​regularly:

cheat enganar
to do something that is not honest, in order to get something

hire alugar, contratar
to pay money in order to use something for a short time; to employ someone or pay them to do a particular job

to need someone or something; to trust someone or something

wealthy /ˈwel·θi/

owe dever
to have to pay money back to someone who gave you money in the past
claim alegar, afirmar, requerer, reivindicar
to say that something is true, to ask for something because it belongs to you or you have the right to have it

target alvo, meta, objetivo
something or someone that you attack, shoot at, try to hit, etc., something that you are trying to do

to ​refuse to give something or to ​keep back something:

release soltar, liberar
to allow a prisoner to be free

income renda
The money that you regularly get, for example from your job

delay adiar, atrasar
to make something happen at a later time than you planned; to make someone or something late

to run amok
to be out of ​control and ​act in a ​wild or ​dangerous ​manner:

taxpayer contribuinte
a person who pays tax

rather em vez
used to indicate one's preference in a particular matter. slightly (um tanto)

rather than
instead of

heal /hiːl/ curar, sarar
if an injury heals, it becomes healthy again, and if something heals it, it makes it healthy again.

aid /eɪd/ ajuda, auxílio
help, or something such as food or equipment that gives help

strenuous /ˈstren·ju·əs/ árduo
using or needing a lot of effort

annoy incomodar, aborrecer, chatear
to make someone a little angry

tiresome /ˈtaɪə.səm cansativo
​annoying and making you ​lose ​patience; causing one to feel bored or annoyed.

dull /dʌl/ chato
not interesting, not bright, A dull sound is not loud or clear.
wicked /ˈwɪk·ɪd/
very bad and morally wrong
provide suprir, fornecer
to give something to someone

expand on /ɪkˈspænd/
to give more ​details about something you have said or written:

commute /kəˈmjuːt/
to travel regularly between work and home

drop out desistir, largar
to stop doing something before you have completely finished

weird /wɪəd/
very strange

hand out distribuir
to give something to all the people in a group

Look up melhorar
to ​become ​better:

sigh /saɪ/ suspirar
to make a noise when you breathe out, often because you are sad

Couch /kaʊtʃ/ sofá
a long, comfortable piece of furniture that two or more people can sit on

Spread out
If ​people ​spread out, they ​move from being ​close together in a ​group to being in different ​places ​across a ​larger ​area

Retrieves /rɪˈtriːv/ Recuperar
get or bring (something) back; regain possession of; the possibility of recovery; to ​find and ​bring back something:

a small truck with an enclosed cab and open back; an act of collecting a person or goods, especially in a vehicle.

extending or directly underneath, typically with close contact; at a lower level or layer than. (em posição inferior, abaixo)

crash: a violent collision, typically of one vehicle with another or with an obstacle; collide violently with an obstacle or another vehicle.

probably; apparently suitable; promising.

guide or control the movement of; a piece of advice or information concerning the development of a situation.

a person who is addicted to a particular substance, typically an illegal drug.

Sort of (meio que, uma espécie de)
rather, kind of.

shrewdness and practical knowledge, especially in politics or business. experienced

obtain or secure (something desired, favorable, or profitable); increase the amount or rate of (something, typically weight or speed); an increase in wealth or resources.

a special watch with buttons that start, stop, and then zero the hands, used to time races.

without paying attention to the present situation; despite the prevailing circumstances.

get or bring (something) back; regain possession of.

Chart (gráfico)
a sheet of information in the form of a table, graph, or diagram.

At random: ao acaso, aleatoriamente
indiscriminately, arbitrarily, every which way

Cashews cajus
an edible kidney-shaped nut, rich in oil and protein, which is roasted and shelled before it can be eaten. Oil is extracted from the shells and used as a lubricant and insecticide and in the production of plastics.

Therefore por isso, portanto
for that reason; consequently.

Bread dough /bred/ /dəʊ/ (massa de pão)
Bread = a ​food made from ​flour, ​water, and usually ​yeast, ​mixed together and ​baked; a thick mixture of flour and liquid used to make foods such as bread and pastry

Yeast: fermento
Released: lançado
Chunks: pedaços
Float: flutuador, bóia
glaciers: geleiras
tip of:
drop off:
ring in:
roller coaster:
scream down:

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