pedra


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pedra sfstone nnoun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc.
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InglêsPortuguês
rock n (individual stone) (uma pedra, um pedaço de rocha)pedra sf
 A demonstrator threw a rock.
 Um manifestante jogou uma pedra.
stone n (rock)pedra sf
 Use that stone there to hold the door open.
 Usa aquela pedra lá para deixar a porta aberta.
gallstone n (formation in the gallbladder)cálculo biliar loc sm
  (na vesícula biliar)pedra sm
 Ethan was taken to the hospital for a gallstone.
rock n (stone mass)rocha, pedra sf
 A giant rock sits on the hill.
stone n (huge rock)pedra, rocha sf
  pedregulho, penedo sm
 Have you seen the huge stones at Stonehenge?
tor n US, Aus (player's token in hopscotch) (no jogo amarelinha)pedra sm
crack,
crack cocaine
n
informal (drug: cocaine) (informal, anglicismo)crack sm
  (informal, gíria)pedra sf
 Cyrus was arrested for dealing crack.
stone n (building material)pedra sf
 The castle is made of stone, not brick.
 O castelo é feito de pedras, não de tijolos.
 
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InglêsPortuguês
rock n slang (diamond) (diamante)pedra sf
 That's quite a rock you're wearing.
rock n slang (cocaine) (cocaína, crack)pedra sf
 The junkies are smoking rock.
stone n (hailstone) (granizo)pedra sf
 The hailstorm had stones the size of golf balls.
stone n (precious gem) (gemas)pedra sf
 The ring has many precious stones around a beautiful diamond.
stone n (pebble) (pedregulho)pedra sf
  pedregulho sm
 The garden path is covered with small white stones.
stone n (gallstone) (nos rins)pedra sf
 He had kidney stones, and suffered great pain.
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birthstone n (gem relating to month of one's birth)pedra da sorte loc sf
  pedra do signo loc sf
 I was born in August, so my birthstone is the peridot.
cast the first stone v expr figurative (be first to accuse) (figurado: expressão)jogar a primeira pedra expres v
 We should not be arguing about who has the right to cast the first stone.
cobble n (rounded stone)pedra redonda loc sf
  paralelepípedo sm
 The old cobbles of the street were hundreds of years old.
cobblestone n (round paving stone) (de pavimentação)pedra arredondada loc sf
  paralelepípedo sm
 An original cobblestone from a street in the ancient city is on display in the museum.
cobblestones npl (paving of smooth round stones) (pavimentação)pedra arredondada loc sf
  paralelepípedo sm
 The street was paved with smooth cobblestones.
cold heart n figurative (lack of compassion) (figurativo - falta de compaixão)coração de pedra loc sm
 She had a cold heart and nothing I could say or do would melt it.
cornerstone n figurative (basis, primary thing)pedra fundamental sf
 The speaker said that education is the cornerstone of a successful life.
cornerstone n (building)pedra angular loc sf
  pedra fundamental loc sf
 The mayor will lay the cornerstone for the new fire station tomorrow.
curbstone (US),
kerbstone (UK)
n
(paving slab along edge of sidewalk)pedra do meio-fio loc sf
curling rock n (sport: heavy stone used in curling) (esporte)pedra para curling loc sf
 Curling rocks are made of granite.
dry stone n (wall-building technique without cement) (construído sem cimento)pedra seca loc sf
flint,
flintstone
n
(stone)lasca de pedra loc sf
 Robin shaped an arrow head out of a piece of flint.
gemstone n (precious stone, jewel)pedra preciosa loc sf
  jóia, gema sf
 Belinda's aunt left her some money and gemstones in her will.
grinding stone n (flat stone used for sharpening tools) (pedra usada para amolar ferramentas)pedra de amolar loc sf
 When sharpening a chisel on a grinding stone, it's important to get the angle right.
hailstorm,
storm
n
(shower of hail)chuva de granizo sf
  (coloquial)chuva de pedra sf
 The hailstorm brought hail that washed and dented our cars.
 A chuva de grazino trouxe granizo que lavou e amassou nossos carros.
headstone n (memorial slab on a grave)lápide sf
  pedra tumular loc sf
 Some vandals broke several headstones in the cemetery.
heart of stone n figurative (lack of compassion) (figurativo: natureza cruel e fria)coração de pedra loc sm
 You would need a heart of stone to see those starving children and not feel compassion.
keystone n (central stone of arch) (pedra central do arco)pedra angular loc sf
  (arquitetura)chave de abóbada loc sf
keystone n figurative (foundation) (figurado: fundação)pedra angular loc sf
 The critic discredited the keystone of the author's argument.
kidney stone,
renal calculus
n
(buildup of deposits in the kidney) (medicina)cálculo renal loc sm
  (coloquial)pedra nos rins loc sf
 He had an operation to remove a kidney stone which had been causing him great pain.
leave no stone unturned v expr figurative (search thoroughly) (figurado)não deixar pedra sobre pedra exprexpression: Prepositional phrase, adverbial phrase, or other phrase or expression--for example, "behind the times," "on your own."
 In the investigation to find the missing child, the police have left no stone unturned.
mad as a hatter adj (insane, crazy) (louco, demente, insano)louco arrematado loc adj
  maluco de pedra loc adj
 Don't believe anything he says – he's mad as a hatter.
metal n (road metal) (construção)pedra britada loc sf
 The construction worker poured road metal into the pot hole.
metal [sth] vtr (put road metal on)colocar pedra britada expres
  recapear vt
 The city metaled the damaged roads.
millstone n (stone used for grinding)sf
  pedra de moer loc sf
  pedra de moinho loc sf
 The farmers used a millstone to grind their grain.
moonstone n (precious stone) (pedra preciosa)pedra-da-lua sf
off your trolley adj UK, figurative, slang (crazy) (figurado, gíria)doido de pedra expres
 If you think I'm going to do a bungee jump off that bridge, you must be off your trolley!
paving adj (stone, slab: for paving) (para pavimentação)pedra de calçada loc sf
precious stone n (valuable gem, gemstone) (gema)pedra preciosa loc sf
 The brooch was made of gold, set with precious stones.
pumice n (abrasive stone)pedra-pomes sf
 My mom uses a pumice to smooth her feet.
pumice,
pumice [sth]
vtr
(rub with a pumice stone)lixar vt
  polir com pedra-pomes loc vt
 I pumice my feet once a week.
pumice stone n (abrasive stone used for exfoliating) (pedra abrasiva usada para esfoliação)pedra-pomes sf
  pedra púmice loc sf
 You can get a pumice stone for the callus on your foot at that store.
raving mad adj slang (insane, crazy) (insano, louco)maluco de tudo loc adj
  doido varrido loc adj
  louco de pedra loc adj
 Talking to himself and gesturing wildly with his hands, the poor man seemed to be raving mad.
rock shrimp n (freshwater crustacean)camarão-pedra sm
 The taste of rock shrimp is closer to lobster than shrimp.
Rosetta Stone n (stone inscribed with hieroglyphics)Pedra de Roseta n prop f
 The Rosetta Stone was an important aid to understanding and translating hieroglyphics.
round the bend adj slang, figurative (crazy, insane) (gíria)doido de pedra exprexpression: Prepositional phrase, adverbial phrase, or other phrase or expression--for example, "behind the times," "on your own."
  (gíria)doido adjadjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house."
  (gíria)tantã adjadjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house."
 What on earth are you doing? Are you completely round the bend?
semiprecious stone,
UK: semi-precious stone
n
(gemstone) (gema)pedra semipreciosa loc sf
 Unlike a diamond, an amethyst is a semiprecious stone.
set in stone,
set in concrete
adj
figurative (decided definitively) (figurado)gravado em pedra expres
  imutável adjadjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house."
 These are just guidelines; nothing is set in stone yet.
soapstone n (soft rock used for carving)pedra-sabão sf
  esteatite, esteatita sf
soapstone adj (made of soapstone)de pedra-sabão loc adj
speed bump n figurative (hindrance)obstáculo sm
  pedra no caminho expres
 I think that argument you had with your wife is just a speed bump.
stone age n (early period in civilization) (período inicial da civilização)Idade da Pedra sf
 The dinosaurs had already died out by the beginning of the Stone Age.
stoneware n (ceramic objects)faiança sf
  louça de pó-de-pedra loc sf
touchstone n figurative (reference point) (critério)pedra de toque loc sf
 Trust is the touchstone of a healthy relationship.
turn [sth/sb] to stone v expr (petrify, make into stone)petrificar vt
  virar pedra loc vt
 The witch waved her wand and the fox turned to stone.
turn to stone vtr (petrify, make into stone) (virar pedra)petrificar vt
  virar pedra loc vt
 The witch waved her wand and the fox turned to stone.
whetstone n (stone for sharpening tools)pedra de amolar loc sf
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