WordReference English-Portuguese Dictionary © 2017:

Traduções principais
entrar v int (penetrar, passar para dentro)enter vtrtransitive verb: Verb taking a direct object--for example, "Say something." "She found the cat."
  Está faltando alguma coisa importante ? Notifique-nos a respeito de erros ou sugestões para que possamos aprimorar o nosso sistema.

Entradas correspondentes do outro lado do dicionário

Traduções principais
hop in vi informal (get inside a vehicle) (informal: num veículo)entrar, pular v int
 We're going to the beach. If you want to come, just hop in.
climb into [sth] vi + prep (enter: vehicle, etc.)subir vt
  entrar vt
go in vi phrasal (go indoors)entrar v int
 It's hot out. Would you like to go in?
walk in vi phrasal (enter on foot) (entrar a pé)entrar vt
  adentrar vt
 Whenever someone walks in the store, a bell sounds.
climb in vi phrasal informal (enter a vehicle) (num veículo)subir v int
  entrar v int
enter [sth] vtr (go inside)entrar vt
 He entered the house.
 Ele entrou na casa.
hop into vtr informal (enter casually or spontaneously)entrar vt
get into [sth] vtr phrasal insep (enter: a vehicle) (veículo)entrar v int
 Susan got into the taxi and asked the driver to take her home.
go into [sth] vtr phrasal insep figurative, informal (discuss, explain [sth])entrar vt
 It's a long story; let's not go into it right now.
 É uma história longa, não vamos entrar nisso agora.
walk into vtr phrasal insep (enter: on foot) (entrar: a pé)entrar vt
  adentrar vt
 I walked right into his trap.
come into [sth] vtr phrasal insep (enter)entrar v int
step into vtr phrasal insep (enter) (entrar)entrar vt
 Step into my parlor, said the spider to the fly.
penetrate [sth]
(get in, gain entrance)entrar v int
 The explorers penetrated into the interior of the jungle.
get in vi phrasal (enter a vehicle) (veículo)entrar v int
 I opened the door and got in.
go in vi phrasal (join: army, company)entrar v int
 He's retiring from the army next year; he was only eighteen when he went in.
 Ele vai se aposentar do exército no próximo ano; ele só tinha dezoito anos quando entrou.
walk in vi phrasal (enter without invitation) (entrar sem ser convidado)entrar vt
  meter-se vp
 It is better to knock first than simply walk in.
penetrate [sth]
(get into, gain entrance to)entrar vt
 The soldiers penetrated the government building and took control.
jump in [sth] vi + prep figurative, informal (become involved) (figurado, informal: se envolver)entrar vt
  (formal: se envolver)se juntar a vt
 Feel free to jump in the discussion if you have something to say.
enter [sth] vtr (begin membership, participation)ingressar, entrar vt
 He entered the medical profession after years of schooling.
enter [sth] vtr (contest: participate) (inscrever-se)entrar vt
 He decided to enter the contest to see if he could win.
enter vi (go in)entrar v int
 You may enter, but please knock first to announce your presence.
enter vi (walk on stage) (entrar em cena)entrar v int
 The actress enters stage right at the start of the second act.
Traduções complementares
step vi (enter situation) (numa situação)entrar vt
 He stepped into the argument to help her out.
make vtr (earn acceptance into) (ser aceito)entrar vt
 Only half of people at tryouts made the team.
  Está faltando alguma coisa importante ? Notifique-nos a respeito de erros ou sugestões para que possamos aprimorar o nosso sistema.
Formas compostas:
ball up vtr US, slang (make a mess of) (fazer uma confusão)enrolar-se vp
  entrar numa fria loc vt
 I've really balled up my computer this time; I'll have to call tech support.
be in touch v expr informal (make contact)entrar em contato expres
 We'll be in touch soon.
become fashionable v (grow popular)entrar na moda loc vt
 After the queen wore a mauve-colored dress, the new color became fashionable throughout the country.
chime in vi phrasal informal (speak, enter discussion) (informal)entrar na conversa expr v
 If you know the answer, please chime in.
come in contact with [sth],
come into contact with [sth]
v expr
(be exposed to: [sth] harmful)entrar em contato com expr v
 I phoned the doctor as soon as I found out I had come in contact with someone who had Swine Flu.
come in contact with [sb],
come into contact with [sb]
v expr
(meet: [sb](encontrar alguém)entrar em contato com expr v
come into focus v expr (image, view: be sharper)entrar em foco loc v int
come into focus v expr figurative (become clear)entrar em foco loc v int
 When he started asking me for money, his true intentions came into focus.
come into force v expr (become applicable, active)entrar em vigor loc v int
 The new law does not come into force until February of next year.
come into play vi (become involved) (ficar envolvido)entrar em jogo loc v int
 Tiredness comes into play near the end of a race.
come unstuck vi + adj figurative (fail, go wrong)fracassar, falhar vt
  (coloquial)entrar pelo cano exprexpression: Prepositional phrase, adverbial phrase, or other phrase or expression--for example, "behind the times," "on your own."
 The peace process seems to have come unstuck.
crash a party v expr slang (attend uninvited)entrar de penetra loc vt
 The hooligans decided to crash a party and cause trouble.
crawl into vtr (creep inside)arrastar-se vp
  rastejar, entrar sigilosamente vt
 He crawled into bed as quietly as possible so as not to wake his wife.
creep into [sth] vtr phrasal insep (move stealthily inside)entrar furtivamente loc vt
 The man in black crept quietly into the bushes.
 Um homem de preto entrou furtivamente nos arbustos.
crumple vi figurative (person: collapse) (pessoa)entrar em colapso loc v int
 The frail woman suddenly crumpled where she stood.
dash into [sth] vi + prep informal (hurry inside)entrar rapidíssimo loc vt
 He left the engine running while he dashed into the shop for some cigarettes.
 Ele deixou o motor ligado e entrou rapidíssimo na loja para comprar cigarro.
decline vi (go downwards)entrar em declive expres
 The hill declines sharply at this point.
dip vi (land: slope)entrar em declive expres
 The road dips as it goes into the valley.
drive into [sth] vtr phrasal insep (enter: in a vehicle) (num veículo)entrar em loc vt
 You will receive a ticket when you drive into the parking garage.
elbow in,
elbow your way in
vi phrasal
figurative, informal (force way in)entrar à força loc v int
  empurrar, acotovelar vt
 A man in the crowd shouted at me for elbowing in.
 Um homem na multidão gritou comigo por entrar à força.
 Um homem na multidão gritou comigo por empurrar (or: acotovelar).
enter into force vi (become law, become active) (lei)entrar em vigor loc v int
 The new immigration law passed last week by the legislature will enter into force from January, 1 next year.
enter the scene v (appear or come into play)entrar em cena loc vt
 Hamlet enters the scene from stage left, not stage right!
erupt vi (volcano: eject lava)entrar em erupção loc v int
 When was the last time Mount Etna erupted?
explode vi (yelling, fury) (figurado)explodir v int
  (figurado)entrar em erupção loc verb
 Richard exploded when he heard what happened.
freak vi slang (show terror) (BR, gíria)pirar, surtar v int
  apavorar-se vp
  entrar em pânico loc verb
 Paul freaked when he saw something move in the dark.
get hold of [sb] v expr figurative (reach, contact [sb])entrar em contato loc vt
 I've been trying to get hold of him all week, but he's always out.
get in touch v expr informal (make contact)fazer contato loc vt
  entrar em contato loc vt
get into conversation vi (start chatting or discussing) (começar a conversar ou discutir)entrar na conversa loc vt
 Your father and I got into an interesting conversation this morning.
go all out v expr slang (make a full effort) (figurado, informal)entrar de cabeça loc verb
  dar tudo de si loc verb
  dedicar-se totalmente loc verb
 If you want to win the contest, you'll have to go all out.
go into [sth] vtr phrasal insep (enter: a building, room)entrar em vt
 I went into the house.
go into a decline v expr figurative (deteriorate)entrar em declínio loc v int
 The economy is forecast to go into a decline.
go into labor,
UK: go into labour
US (start giving birth)entrar em trabalho de parto loc vt
go under the knife v expr informal (have surgery)entrar na faca exprexpression: Prepositional phrase, adverbial phrase, or other phrase or expression--for example, "behind the times," "on your own."
 She is going under the knife on Tuesday.
head out vi phrasal (leave, start a journey)começar uma jornada loc v int
  (começar algo)entrar de cabeça loc v int
 Henry was getting impatient to head out on his own.
hook up with [sb] vi phrasal + prep slang, figurative (make contact)contatar v int
  POR: contactar v int
  entrar em contato loc v int
  POR: entrar em contacto loc v int
UK: metastasise
(disease: spread)entrar em metástase loc v int
panic vi (act out of fear)entrar em pânico loc verb
 Jeremy panicked and ran when he saw the police.
push in vtr phrasal insep US, informal (aggressively enter a group of people) (informal, entrar agressivamente)entrar aos safanões loc v int
  entrar à cotovelada lco v int
queue up vi phrasal UK, informal (wait in line, wait on line) (esperar na fila, aguardar na fila)aguardar na fila loc vt
  esperar na fila loc vt
  entrar na fila loc vt
 You'll have to queue up and wait your turn like everybody else.
recess vi (court: break)entrar em recesso loc v int
 The court will recess for lunch.
rush vi (appear rapidly) (aparecer rapidamente)precipitar-se vp
  entrar de roldão loc v int
 The star rushed onstage.
rush in vi phrasal (enter in a hurry)entrar apressadamente v int adv
  entrar de roldão v int + loc adj
 He rushed in before we could stop him.
slam into [sth],
slam out of [sth]
vi + prep
(leave or enter violently)sair batendo a porta loc verb
  entrar batendo a porta loc verb
 William slammed out of the room after his boss fired him.
sweep in vi phrasal figurative (dash into a place)entrar de repente vt
  chegar de repente vt
take action expr (act, do [sth] practical) (agir, fazer algo prático)agir vt
  fazer algo vt
  entrar em ação vt
 We can't just ignore the situation - we must take action.
take the field v (sportsperson: join the games or begin a game) (desportista: entrar no jogo)entrar em campo loc vt
 After a long delay, the teams finally took the field.
wade in vi phrasal (walk into water, mud, etc.)entrar (na água, lama, etc.) vt
  chafurdar vt
  deslocar-se/mover com dificuldade vt
 I guess I'll have to wade in the creek to cross it; there's no bridge for miles.
wage war vtr + n (engage in warfare)declarar guerra vt
  entrar em guerra vt
  guerrear vt
 England and France waged war for most of the Middle Ages.
  Está faltando alguma coisa importante ? Notifique-nos a respeito de erros ou sugestões para que possamos aprimorar o nosso sistema.

Word of the day: half | ground


Denuncie uma propaganda inapropriada.
Become a WordReference Supporter to view the site ad-free.