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dinheiro money
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Traduções principais
money n (currency) (moeda)dinheiro sm
 I don't have much money. Just three dollars. I need to go to the bank.
 Eu não tenho muito dinheiro. Apenas três dólares. Preciso ir ao banco.
currency n (money system)dinheiro sm
  unidade monetária sf
  moeda corrente sf
 I need to get some foreign currency for my holidays.
 Eu preciso de dinheiro estrangeiro para as minhas férias.
 Esta frase não é uma tradução da frase em inglês A unidade monetária do Brasil é o Real
cash n (money: bills and coins) (dinheiro: em papel, em moeda)dinheiro sm
  (informal)dinheiro vivo sm
 The coffee shop only accepts cash as payment.
bankroll n (ready money, cash) (dinheiro ''vivo'')dinheiro sm
loot n slang (money) (gíria)dinheiro sm
 The job came with a lot of loot, so Mike decided it was worth it to quit his current career.
monies npl (plural of money)dinheiro sm
 We saw a statement of all monies paid into the account.
Traduções complementares
money n (a sum or amount) (soma ou quantia)dinheiro sm
  (informal)grana sf
 How much money is it? Three hundred dollars!
money n (those with money) (ricos)dinheiro sm
 The English aristocracy consists mainly of old money.
cover n (money)dinheiro sm
 Do you have enough cover to pay for the meal?
money n (profits) (lucro)dinheiro sm
  riqueza sf
 The money is in selling computer services, not software.
brass n UK, regional, slang (money) (BR, gíria)grana sf
  dinheiro sm
means npl (money) (figurativo)meios sm pl
  dinheiro sm
 Kevin lacks the means to buy a sports car.
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Formas compostas:
band n (rubber band)borrachinha de dinheiro, faixa elástica loc sf
  atilho sm
 He put a rubber band around the papers.
blood money n (money paid to a hired killer)dinheiro de sangue loc sm
 The assassin never told his wife that the money he gave her was blood money; he lied about it.
 O assassino nunca contou à sua mulher que o dinheiro que ele lhe dava era dinheiro de sangue; ele mentia sobre o assunto.
blood money n figurative (earned by sacrificing others)dinheiro de sangue loc sm
 Judas received blood money when he betrayed Jesus. She considered money earned at the cost of so many people's lives 'blood money' and refused to accept it.
 Judas recebeu dinheiro de sangue quando ele traiu Jesus. Ela considerava dinheiro ganho à custa de tantas vidas como "dinheiro de sangue" e recusou aceitá-lo.
burn a hole in your pocket v expr (eager to spend money) (dinheiro)querer gastar demais expres
  (figurado, dinheiro)querer torrar dinheiro expres
cash drawer n (drawer for money in a cash register)gaveta de dinheiro, caixa registradora loc sf
 If you leave the cash drawer open you are encouraging thieves.
cash [sth] in vtr phrasal sep (exchange for money)trocar por dinheiro em espécie loc vt
 I was short of ready money so I cashed in my shares in M&S.
cash in hand adv (pay: directly with notes, coins) (pagar em espécie)com dinheiro em mãos expres
  em espécie, em dinheiro advadverb: Describes a verb, adjective, adverb, or clause--for example, "come quickly," "very rare," "happening now," "fall down."
cash in hand,
(payment: made directly with notes, coins) (pagamento em espécie)em dinheiro, em espécie adjadjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house."
cash price n (discount) (mais barato em dinheiro)preço a dinheiro, preço a pronto pagamento loc sm
 The cash price for a new car can be as much as 10% less than if you buy it on time.
cash prize n (money awarded to a competition winner)prêmio em dinheiro loc sm
 He entered the contest for the cash prize.
cashless adj (having no ready money)sem dinheiro loc adj
 Jeremy is always cashless and borrows money from his friends.
cashless adj (requiring no exchange of money) (transação sem dinheiro)sem dinheiro loc adj
 With so many people using credit and debit cards, we live in a mostly cashless society.
change machine n (machine that dispenses coins)máquina de trocar dinheiro loc sf
 They've just installed change machines at the car wash.
chicken feed n US, informal, figurative (money: insignificant amount)pouco dinheiro loc sm
  (informal)miséria sf
 To a millionaire, ten dollars is chicken feed.
cost money v (be expensive) (ser caro)custar dinheiro loc vt
 If you want the product delivered tomorrow, it'll cost money.
cough [sth] up vtr phrasal sep figurative, slang (pay: debt) (gíria)soltar o dinheiro loc vt
counterfeit money n (fake money)dinheiro falsificado loc sm
 The cashier wouldn't accept the payment because it was made with counterfeit money.
dirty money n figurative (money obtained by immoral means)dinheiro sujo
 The gangsters used various dummy businesses to launder their dirty money.
discretionary income n (money for luxuries)renda discricionária loc sf
  dinheiro excedente loc sm
 I spend quite a lot of my discretionary income on music and books.
earn vi (gain income)ganhar dinheiro loc vt
 You can stay at home only because I go out and earn.
easy money n informal (money earned through minimal effort) (informal - renda ganha com pouco esforço)dinheiro fácil loc sm
 The job offer which promised easy money turned out to be fake.
elastic band n (rubber strip for binding items together)elástico sm
  borrachinha de dinheiro loc sf
 Robert used an elastic band to hold all his pens and pencils together.
extort money from vtr (obtain money from by blackmail or coercion) (por meio de ameaça, chantagem)extorquir dinheiro de loc vt
for money adv (in exchange for money)por dinheiro loc adv
 I'm in this business for money, not because I like it.
have money vi (not be penniless) (não faltar dinheiro)ter dinheiro loc v int
 It's wise to have money in the bank..
have money vi (be wealthy) (ser rico)ter dinheiro loc v int
hemorrhage money,
UK: haemorrhage money
v expr
US, figurative (lose money) (figurado)sangrando ger
  perdendo dinheiro ger + sm
 The company is just hemorrhaging money at this point; it's only a matter of time before it closes.
hoard money vi (accumulate or stash money)acumular, esconder dinheiro loc vt
 Some people hoard money all their lives and die rich.
launder [sth] vtr figurative (conceal illegality of: money) (figurativo)lavar dinheiro loc vt
 The corporation laundered millions of dollars before getting caught.
make money v (make a profit) (lucrar)fazer dinheiro loc vt
 With each ticket we sell, we make money.
make money v (earn a living)fazer dinheiro loc vt
 She couldn't get a job in the theatre and was forced to make money doing TV commercials.
money belt n (pouch worn round the waist) (bolsa escondida para dinheiro)porta-dinheiro sm
 Whenever he travelled he wore a money belt hidden beneath his trousers.
not for love or money adv (impossible to obtain by any means)nem por todo o dinheiro do mundo expres
 You can't get a table in that restaurant for love or money.
pocket money n (small amount of spending money)dinheiro para pequenas despesas sm
 Laura had worked for what amounted to pocket money.
prime the pump v (stimulate [sth] to happen) (estimular algo a acontecer)injetar dinheiro loc vt
  ajudar financeiramente loc vt
 The new frozen yogurt shop primed the pump with a day-long giveaway.
provide money for vtr (support financially) (apoiar financeiramente)dar dinheiro para loc vt
 My parents provided money for my studies abroad.
put money in v (deposit a sum: in a bank) (depositar uma quantia em banco)colocar dinheiro em loc vt
  (dinheiro: num banco)depositar vt
 Make sure you put money in before the end of the month.
put money in v (make a financial contribution) (fazer uma contribuição financeira)injetar dinheiro em loc vt
  contribuir com loc vt
  colaborar com loc vt
 I put some money in my friend's new business, but I've yet to see any return on my investment.
put up the money vtr informal (make a financial offer) (fazer uma oferta financeira)fazer uma oferta loc vt
  colocar dinheiro em loc vt
 I was ready to put up the money, but the seller withdrew at the last minute.
ransom money n (payment demanded for a hostage) (pagamento exigido para um refém)resgate sm
  pagamento do resgate loc sm
  dinheiro do resgate loc sm
ready n UK, slang (ready money) (dinheiro disponível)dinheiro em espécie loc sm
 Have you got the ready?
rent money n (sum paid by a tenant) (quantia paga por um inquilino)dinheiro do aluguel sm
  (informal)aluguel sm
 Our landlord put the rent money up this month. I did not get paid on time, so I have no idea where I'm going to get rent money this month.
resort credit n (complimentary sum to spend at holiday venue) (soma complementar para gastar nas férias)reserva financeira loc sf
  dinheiro extra loc sm
rolling in it adj figurative, slang (rich) (informal)nadando em dinheiro exprexpression: Prepositional phrase, adverbial phrase, or other phrase or expression--for example, "behind the times," "on your own."
  (informal)deitando e rolando exprexpression: Prepositional phrase, adverbial phrase, or other phrase or expression--for example, "behind the times," "on your own."
 Her engagement ring is huge! Her fiancé must be rolling in it.
save money vtr + n (economize, make savings) (economizar)guardar dinheiro vt + sm
  poupar vt
  economizar vt
 Budgeting, among other methods, is an effective way to save money.
small change n literal (loose coins) (moedas avulsas)(dinheiro) trocado sm
  troco sm
small change n figurative (inconsequential amount of money) (pequena quantia de dinheiro)(dinheiro) trocado sm
spend n informal (money spent)dinheiro gasto, dinheiro despendido loc sm
 His last big spend was on a tux. This year's spend on office supplies was twice that of last year.
strapped for cash,
slang (short of money)apertado de dinheiro expres
  mal de dinheiro expres
  (figurado)duro adjadjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house."
 I'm a bit strapped for cash right now – can I pay you back next week?
turn a profit v expr (make money, generate income)obter lucro loc v int
  ganhar dinheiro loc v int
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