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alguém/algo veiosb./sth. came
alguém/algo erasb./sth. was
alguém/algo ésb./sth. is
alguém/algo tevesb./sth. had
alguém/algo tinhasb./sth. had
alguém/algo foisb./sth. was
Unverified alguém/algo parecesb./sth. seems
alguém/algo desapareceusb./sth. disappeared
Unverified alguém/algo ficasb./sth. remains
Unverified alguém/algo permanecesb./sth. remains
encontrar com alguém/algoto encounter sb./sth.
reconhecer alguém/algoto recognise sb./sth. [Br.]
levar algo/alguémto take sth./sb. along
Unverified alguém/algo se acostumousb./sth. accustomed
Unverified alguém/algo sobra [fica]sb./sth. remains
confiar em alguém/algoto rely on sb./sth.
armas Unverified apontar algo a alguémto aim sth. at sb.
permitir que alguém faça algoto allow sb. to do sth.
persuadir alguém a fazer algoto talk sb. into doing sth.
convencer alguém a fazer algoto talk sb. into doing sth.
logo a seguir a algo/alguémright after sb./sth.
escrever a alguém sobre algoto write to sb. about sth.
livrar-se de algo/alguémto get rid of sb./sth.
lutar contra alguém/algo [ter dificuldades com]to grapple with sb./sth.
econ. Unverified encomendar algo a alguémto place an order for sth. with sb.
poupar alguém/algo [de punição]to spare sb./sth. [from harm, punishment etc.]
quím. antimônio {m} [Bras.] <Sb>antimony <Sb>
quím. antimónio {m} [Port.] <Sb>antimony <Sb>
mineral. quím. estíbio {m} <Sb>antimony <Sb>
criar algo a partir de algoto create sth. from sth.
abandonarto fail sb.
alguém foisb. was
alguém presumiusb. supposed
alguém considerousb. supposed
alguém julgousb. supposed
alguém supôssb. supposed
Unverified alguém descobriasb. discovered
Unverified alguém descobriusb. discovered
alguém fundousb. founded
Unverified alguém optousb. opted
jur. processar alguémto sue sb.
intimidar alguémto intimidate sb.
alguém vendiasb. sold
alguém poderiasb. might
alguém provêsb. provides
acordar alguémto wake sb.
machucar alguémto hurt sb.
encarcerar alguémto incarcerate sb.
culpar alguémto convict sb.
surpreender alguémto astonish sb.
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