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Broxa

  • 1 brush

    1. noun
    1) (an instrument with bristles, wire, hair etc for cleaning, scrubbing etc: a toothbrush; He sells brushes.) escova
    2) (an act of brushing.) escovadela
    3) (a bushy tail of a fox.) cauda
    4) (a disagreement: a slight brush with the law.) altercação
    2. verb
    1) (to rub with a brush: He brushed his jacket.) escovar
    2) (to remove (dust etc) by sweeping with a brush: brush the floor.) varrer
    3) (to make tidy by using a brush: Brush your hair!) escovar
    4) (to touch lightly in passing: The leaves brushed her face.) roçar
    - brush away
    - brush up
    - give
    - get the brush-off
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    brush1
    [br∧ʃ] n 1 escova. 2 escovadela, ato de escovar. 3 Mil escovilhão. 4 toque, ato de roçar. 5 escaramuça, luta, briga, combate. 6 rabo, cauda de raposa ou esquilo. 7 pincel, broxa. 8 feixe de luz. 9 Electr escova. 10 fig arte de pintar. • vt+vi 1 escovar, limpar, esfregar (com escova). he brushed his teeth / ele escovou os dentes. I must brush up my skirt / tenho de escovar (limpar) minha saia. 2 tirar, remover. 3 tocar, esbarrar, roçar levement. he brushed against me / ele esbarrou em mim. 4 correr, mover-se rapidamente. he brushed by me / ele passou correndo por mim. at a brush ao primeiro assalto, à primeira tentativa. by the same brush do mesmo artista ou pintor. he brushed off ele fugiu, ele não reagiu. to brush up a) recapitular, refrescar a memória. he must brush up his math / ele precisa recapitular seus conhecimentos de matemática. I must brush up my Latin / preciso recapitular meu latim. b) polir para eliminar imperfeições. c) refrescar-se. I must brush up / preciso refrescar-me. to give one a brush atacar alguém.
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    brush2
    [br∧ʃ] n Amer 1 galhos cortados ou quebrados. 2 mato, capoeira, moita. 3 interior, região de pouca população.

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  • 2 dabber

    dab.ber
    [d'æbə] n 1 escova macia, broxa para salpicar. 2 almofada de tinta de gravador.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > dabber

  • 3 paintbrush

    paint.brush
    [p'eintbr∧ʃ] n 1 pincel, broxa. 2 Bot pilosela-alaranjada.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > paintbrush

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