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convencer alguém a fazer algoto talk sb. into doing sth.
persuadir alguém a fazer algoto talk sb. into doing sth.
Unverified pôr alguém em seu lugarto put sb. in his place
deixarto drop sb. off [from a vehicle]
saldar o pagamento de alguma coisato pay sth. off
alguém/algo ésb./sth. is
alguém/algo tevesb./sth. had
alguém/algo tinhasb./sth. had
alguém/algo desapareceusb./sth. disappeared
Unverified alguém/algo permanecesb./sth. remains
Unverified alguém/algo ficasb./sth. remains
alguém/algo erasb./sth. was
alguém/algo foisb./sth. was
Unverified alguém/algo parecesb./sth. seems
alguém/algo veiosb./sth. came
encontrar com alguém/algoto encounter sb./sth.
reconhecer alguém/algoto recognise sb./sth. [Br.]
levar algo/alguémto take sth./sb. along
Unverified alguém/algo sobra [fica]sb./sth. remains
Unverified alguém/algo se acostumousb./sth. accustomed
armas apontar algo a alguémto aim sth. at sb.
confiar em alguém/algoto rely on sb./sth.
livrar-se de algo/alguémto get rid of sb./sth.
escrever a alguém sobre algoto write to sb. about sth.
logo a seguir a algo/alguémright after sb./sth.
permitir que alguém faça algoto allow sb. to do 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.]
Como vai ele?How's he doing?
Como ele está?How's he doing?
Ele vai bem.He is doing well.
pôrto put
vestirto put on
botar [col.]to put
passar (a chamada)to put through [to]
quím. antimônio {m} [Bras.] <Sb>antimony <Sb>
quím. antimónio {m} [Port.] <Sb>antimony <Sb>
apagar [um incêndio]to put out a fire
mineral. quím. estíbio {m} <Sb>antimony <Sb>
deitar fora o lixoto put the garbage / trash out [Am.]
por fora o lixoto put the garbage / trash out [Am.]
botar o lixo pra forato put the garbage / trash out [Am.]
por o lixo pra forato put the garbage / trash out [Am.]
cortarto cut off
encurtarto cut off
feriado {m}day off
amputarto cut off
refrescarto cool off
deduzirto take off
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