tempo


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Traduções principais
PortuguêsInglês
tempo smtime nnoun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc.
  (condições climáticas)weather nnoun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc.
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Traduções principais
InglêsPortuguês
time n (concept) (noção de presente, passado e futuro)tempo sm
 Time passes quickly when you are older.
 O tempo passa rápido quando somos mais velhos.
weather n (climatic conditions) (condições climáticas)tempo sm
 The weather is nice today.
 O tempo está bom hoje.
stint n (time period) (período de tempo)limite sm
  época sf
  tempo sm
  estágio sm
 He did a two-year stint in the army.
tempo n (music: speed) (música)tempo sm
 The tempo of the music made Oliver want to get up and dance.
inning n (baseball: period of game) (beisebol)tempo sm
 A baseball game consists of nine innings.
timeout n (sport: break)intervalo, recesso sm
  tempo sm
weather n (storm, harsh climate conditions) (tempestade)tempo sm
 There was some weather earlier this week.
 Estamos preparados para um tempo ruim.
clock n figurative (time)tempo sm
 You cannot turn back the clock; time keeps going.
timeout n (punishment: brief separation) (punição: separação rápida)tempo sm
time n (duration) (duração)tempo sm
 How much time will this meeting take?
 Quanto tempo vai durar esta reunião?
time n (period) (período)tempo sm
  época sf
 At the time, we were just fifteen years old.
 Naquele tempo, tínhamos apenas quinze anos.
 This sentence is not a translation of the original sentence. Fomos muito felizes naquela época.
half,
plural: halves
n
(sports: division of play)tempo sm
 At the end of the first half, the score is even.
 No final do primeiro tempo, o placar está empatado.
tense,
verb tense
n
(grammar: inflected verb form) (gramática: tempo verbal)tempo sm
 Using the correct tense helps people to understand what you're saying.
while n (time interval) (espaço de tempo)tempo sm
 A while passed before she finally came.
 Passou um tempo até que ela finalmente chegou.
stroke n (movement of piston)curso sm
  tempo sm
 How long does it take the engine to complete a stroke?
time n (moment to spare)tempo sm
 Do you have time to talk?
 
Traduções complementares
InglêsPortuguês
time n (music: tempo) (música)tempo sm
  compasso sm
 What time should I play this piece in? Allegro, do you think?
beat n (musical note) (música)tempo sm
  batida sf
 You must remember to play harder on the accented beats.
period n US (sports game) (esportes)tempo sf
 The hockey game was decided in the third period.
figure n (sports racing time) (corrida)tempo sm
 That figure beat her best by three seconds.
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Formas compostas:
InglêsPortuguês
a long way off adv US, colloquial (in the distant future) (no futuro distante)daqui a muito tempo loc adv
 My sixtieth birthday is still a long way off.
after some time adv (after a while, after a considerable period)após algum tempo loc adv
 After quite some time, the architect delivered the plans for our new house.
age,
ages
n
figurative (long time) (figurado)séculos sm pl
  muito tempo loc sm
  eternidade sf
 It's been an age since I last saw him.
 Há séculos que não o vejo.
 Há muito tempo que não o vejo.
 Há uma eternidade que não o vejo.
all in good time interj (be patient)tudo a seu tempo interjinterjection: Exclamation--for example, "Oh no!" "Wow!"
 The doctor assured the family that the patient would be out of hospital the next day, all in good time.
all the way to adv (emphatic: a long way) (enfático)o caminho todo para, o tempo todo loc adv
 You want me to carry this all the way back to the house?
all-weather adj (suitable for all weather conditions)para qualquer tempo loc adj
 This winter I purchased 4 new all-weather tires for my car.
at all times adv (all the time, constantly) (constantemente)o tempo todo loc adv
 Please keep your hands and arms in the car at all times.
at any time adv (whenever convenient) (sempre que conveniente)em qualquer tempo, a qualquer hora loc adv
 You can call me for help at any time.
at the same time adv (simultaneously)ao mesmo tempo loc adv
 It was fortunate that we both arrived at the same time.
at the same time adv (in unison)ao mesmo tempo loc adv
 We all screamed for more ice cream at the same time.
at the same time as prep (concurrent)ao mesmo tempo que loc adv
at the time adv (back then) (determinado tempo no passado)naquele tempo, naquele momento loc adv
 At the time, I didn't fully understand what she meant, but I caught on later.
before your time adv informal (before your birth)antes de seu tempo loc adv
 I remember the day President Kennedy was shot - but that's before your time.
calm weather n (mild conditions)tempo calmo loc sm
 Let's wait for a day with calm weather to canoe across the lake.
 Vamos esperar por um dia de tempo calmo para fazer canoagem no lago.
cold weather,
cold-weather
n
(chilly conditions) (meteorologia)tempo frio loc sm
Nota: hyphen used when term is an adj
 We are going north, so prepare for cold weather!
dateline [sth] vtr (news: provide with a dateline) (notícia)colocar na linha do tempo loc vt
distance n (measured by time) (medida pelo tempo)distância sf
  espaço de tempo loc sm
 There is a distance of some two hours between the arrival and departure of that flight.
early enough adj (arriving in good time) (chegar na hora certa)em tempo hábil loc adj
early enough adv (in good time) (na hora certa)em tempo hábil loc adv
for a little while adv (for a short time)por uns momentos, por pouco tempo advadverb: Describes a verb, adjective, adverb, or clause--for example, "come quickly," "very rare," "happening now," "fall down."
 I'll stay for a little while, if you don't mind.
for a long time adv (at length)por muito tempo advadverb: Describes a verb, adjective, adverb, or clause--for example, "come quickly," "very rare," "happening now," "fall down."
 After a hard day's work I'm always ready to sleep for a long time.
for a short time adv (briefly)por um tempo curto, por um momento loc adv
 He'd only lived in the apartment for a short time - about two weeks.
for the time adv (relative to the attitudes of that era)naquela época, naquele tempo loc adv
from that moment on adv (starting from that point in the past)daquele tempo em diante loc adv
 She kissed him, and from that moment on he knew she would some day be his wife.
from then on adv (starting from that point in the past)daquele tempo em diante loc adv
 Bill was so grateful for Jenny's help, that from then on they were best friends.
full time,
full-time
n
(standard weekly working hours) (horas-padrão de trabalho semanal)trabalho de tempo integral loc sm
Nota: hyphen used when term is an adj before the noun
 Now that I moved from part time to full time I'm covered under the company's medical program.
full time,
full-time
adj
(of standard weekly working hours)de tempo integral loc adj
 They think that cutting down the full-time working week to 36 hours will increase employment.
full-time job n (work that fills standard weekly hours)trabalho integral, trabalho de tempo integral loc sm
 When we were children, my mother obtained a full-time job so that she could support us financially.
gain time vi (delay [sth] for one's own advantage)ganhar tempo loc v int
 In order to gain time, I had to make sure no one else found the information.
good weather n (pleasant weather conditions)bom tempo, bom clima loc sm
 It was good weather for ducks -- rain all day!
hang around vi informal (loiter) (informal, vadiar)passar o tempo loc v int
 It's annoying when youths hang around the bus stop intimidating customers.
have time vi (have enough time available to do [sth])ter tempo para loc vt
 Do you have time for lunch with me?
horse about vi US (horse around) (com brincadeira boba)perder tempo loc v int
 The children were horsing about, splashing each other at the edge of the ocean.
how long (time: for what duration) (tempo)há quanto tempo? loc int
 How long does it take to boil an egg?
keep time vi (sport: record time taken) (esportes)marcar o tempo loc v int
 I asked the guy who was keeping time if I'd beaten any records.
kill time vtr + n informal, figurative (occupy yourself) (figurativo)matar tempo loc vt
  ocupar-se vp
 I listened to my I-Pod to kill time while waiting for the bus.
kill time vi (do something to occupy oneself) (ocupar-se)matar o tempo loc v int
 While I was waiting for Meg to arrive I had three cups of coffee to kill time.
length of time n (period, duration) (quantidade de tempo)duração sf
  período de tempo loc sm
 If you leave the house for any length of time, please lock the windows.
long ago n (many years before now) (há muito tempo)tempo remoto loc sm
 Long ago all these mountains were volcanoes.
long time n (considerable period of time)longo tempo loc sm
 I sat in the sun for a long time and got sunburned. I haven't seen my ex-husband in a long time.
make vtr (train, plane)pegar a tempo loc vt
 I have to run if I want to make my train.
milder weather n (less harsh climate conditions)clima, tempo moderado loc sm
 I'm looking forward to Spring when we should get milder weather. The storm brought milder weather in its wake.
offbeat adj (music: unaccented) (acentuado nos tempos fracos)em tempo fraco loc adj
  fora do tempo loc adj
out adv (baseball, cricket: ending a turn) (fora da base)fora advadverb: Describes a verb, adjective, adverb, or clause--for example, "come quickly," "very rare," "happening now," "fall down."
  em tempo loc adv
 He was tagged out at first base.
 Ele não alcançou a primeira base em tempo.
overrun vi (go past time limit)exceder limite loc verb
  (informal)passar do tempo loc verb
 The keynote speech overran by ten minutes.
span n (duration of life)tempo de vida loc sm
 Her life spanned two world wars.
 This sentence is not a translation of the original sentence. The span of his life saw many historical changes.
spell n informal (interval of time)período de tempo loc sm
 I'm going to read for a spell.
waste [sb/sth] vtr usu passive (fail to be appreciated)perder tempo loc vt
 She is wasted on him as he does not appreciate her fine qualities.
weather n as adj (of weather)do tempo loc adj
 We're waiting for the weather report.
yore n (ancient or previous times) (outrora)tempo passado loc sm
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