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estar com a garganta irritadato have a frog in one's throat [fig.]
med. Unverified ter febre {noun}to have a fever
ter a palavrato have the floor
med. estar com febreto have a fever
tomar (um) banhoto have a shower
tomar uma duchato have a shower
provérb. A mentira tem perna curta.Lies have short legs.
solto {adj}loose
em algum lugar {adv}somewhere
em algum canto {adv} [Bras.] [col.]somewhere
aparafusarto screw
atarraxarto screw
parafuso {m}screw
Deixe-me dar uma olhada.Just let me have a look.
aparafusarto screw in
estragar [col.]to screw up [coll.]
cagar tudo [Bras.] [vulg.]to screw up [coll.]
ferram. chave {f} de fenda PhillipsPhillips screw
terto have
deverto have to
almoçarto have lunch
terto have got
não ter noçãoto have no clue
não fazer ideiato have no clue
ser um naboto have no clue
ter que irto have to go
ser uma nabato have no clue
Você tem ... ? [Bras.]Do you have ... ?
Entendi agora!I have got it! [coll.]
Não faço ideia!I have no idea!
Ele deve ter feito (isso).He must have done it.
estar por aqui com alguém [col.]to have had enough of sb. [coll.]
dar uma mão a alguémto give sb. a hand
dar uma ajuda a alguémto give sb. a hand
dar uma mãozinha a alguémto give sb. a hand
referir-se a uma fonteto refer to a source
fazer referência a uma fonteto refer to a source
guardar rancor a alguémto bear a grudge against sb.
dar à luz um bebê [Bras.]to deliver a baby
comics F Unverified A Volta à GáliaAsterix and the Banquet
a qualquer momento {adv}at a moment's notice
dar boleia a alguémto give sb. a lift
ser de boa ajuda a alguémto give sb. a hand
dar uma ajudazinha a alguém [Bras.] [col.]to give sb. a hand
lit. teatro F Unverified A Morte do Caixeiro ViajanteDeath of a Salesman [Arthur Miller]
não dizer a verdadeto tell a lie
não contar a verdadeto tell a lie
trepar a uma árvoreto climb a tree
a {prep}at
uma {f}a
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