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Dictionary Portuguese English: to work out

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VERB  to work out | worked out | worked out ... 
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funcionarto work out
ser desempregadoto be out of work
Partial Matches
Vamos achar uma solução.We'll work it out somehow.
trabalho {m}work
obra {f}work
trabalharto work
Unverified gazearto skip work / school
local {m} de trabalhoplace of work
fora {adv}out
acabarto leak out
apontarto point out
expirarto leak out
maturarto leak out
cumprirto carry out
alugarto rent out
fazerto carry out
procederto carry out
deixado {past-p}left out
sairto go out
executarto carry out
acharto find out
realizarto carry out
esvaziar-seto leak out
mudar-seto move out
fora de {prep}out of
enguiçadoout of order
largar tudoto drop out
secar [acabar]to leak out
retirar-seto drop out
comer forato eat out
jantar forato eat out
ter cuidadoto watch out
ser cuidadosoto watch out
almoçar forato eat out
levar a caboto carry out
com defeitoout of order
estar desatualizadoto be out of date
Deixa disso!Cut it out! [coll.]
apagar [um incêndio]to put out a fire
encerrarto run out [contract, money, supplies etc.]
terminarto run out [contract, money, supplies etc.]
esgotarto run out [contract, money, supplies etc.]
mostrar-se serto turn out to be
dar uma checada [Port.] [col.]to check out
Para com isso!Cut it out! [coll.]
Unverified estar fora de modato be out of date
De jeito nenhum! [Bras.]Out of the question!
deitar fora o lixoto put the garbage / trash out [Am.]
por fora o lixoto put the garbage / trash out [Am.]
estar fora de sito be out of one's mind
botar o lixo pra forato put the garbage / trash out [Am.]
por o lixo pra forato put the garbage / trash out [Am.]
Você deve estar louco.You must be out of your mind.
provérb. Longe dos olhos, longe do coração.Out of sight, out of mind.
provérb. Quem não é visto, não é lembrado.Out of sight, out of mind.
ficar sem algo [por ter acabado]to run out of sth. [e.g. provisions]
meter a cabeça para fora da janelato poke one's head out of the window
provérb. O que os olhos não vêem, o coração não sente.Out of sight, out of mind.
 
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