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Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais

Picture Dictionary Valéria Aparecida Carlos Pereira


City and Buildings


Airport: a place where aircraft regularly take off and land, with buildings for passengers to wait in. Airport: Aeroporto.


Bridge: a structure that is built over a river, road, etc so that people or vehicles can go across it. Bridge: Ponte.


Building: a structure with walls and a roof, such as a house, school, etc. Building: EdifĂ­cio


Church: a building where Christians go to worship God. Church: Igreja.


Corner: the point or area where two roads meet Corner: Esquina


Lift: a machine that carries people up and down in tall buildings Lift: Elevador Lift (BrE) / Elevator (AmE)


House: a building where people live, usually one family or group. House: Casa


Museum: a building where you can look at important objects connected with art, history, or science Museum: Museu


Pavement: a path by the side of a road that people walk on Pavement: Calรงada Pavement (BrE) / Sidewalk (AmE)


Pole: a long, thin stick made of wood or metal, often used to hold something up Pole: Poste


Railway: the metal tracks that trains travel on Railway: Trilho de Trem Railway (BrE) / Railroad (AmE)


Roof: the surface that covers the top of a building Roof: Telhado


Sign: a piece of metal that has writing or a picture on it that gives you information, instructions, a warning, etc. Sign: Placa


Skyscraper: a very tall building Skyscraper: Arranha-cĂŠus


Square: an open area with buildings around it, often in the centre of a town Square: Praรงa


Street: a road in a town or city that has houses or other buildings Street: Rua


Underground: a system of trains that travel underground Underground: Metr么 Underground (BrE) / Subway (AmE)


Tower: a very tall, narrow building, or part of a building Tower: Torre


Traffic Light: a set of red, green, and yellow lights that is used to stop and start traffic Traffic Light: Semรกforo


Zebra Crossing: a part of the road painted with black and white lines where people can cross over safely Zebra Crossing: Faixa de Pedestres


Olympic Games


Medal: a small metal disc, with words or a picture on it, which is given as a reward for a brave action, for winning in a competition, or to remember a special event Medal: Medalha


Podium: a raised area on which a person stands to receive a prize in a sports competition Podium: P贸dio


Record: the best or fastest ever done Record: Recorde


Swimming Pool: an artificially maintained area of water for swimming, or a building containing this Swimming Pool: Piscina


Track: a type of path or road, often in the shape of a ring, which has been specially designed and built for sports events, particularly racing Track: Pista de Atletismo


Weightlifting: the activity of lifting sport Weightlifting: Levantamento de Peso

heavy objects either as a


Torch: a thick stick with material which top of it in order to give light Torch: Tocha

burns tied to the


Stadium: a large enclosed area of land with rows of seats around the sides and often with no roof which is used for sports events and musical performances Stadium: Estรกdio


Field: an area, usually covered with grass, used for playing sport Field: Campo


Football: a game played between two teams of eleven people, where each team tries to win by kicking a ball into the other team's goal Football: Futebol Football (BrE) / Soccer (AmE)


Basketball: a game played by two teams of five men or six women who score points by throwing a large ball through an open net hanging from a metal ring Basketball: Basquete


Score: the number of points, goals, etc. achieved in a game or competition Score: Placar


Gold Medal: a small disc of gold which is given to the person who wins a competition, especially in a sport Gold Medal: Medalha de Ouro


Silver Medal: a small disc of silver, or a metal that looks like silver, which is given to the person who comes second in a competition, especially in a sport Silver Medal: Medalha de Prata


Bronze Medal: a small round piece of bronze given to a person who finishes third in a competition Bronze Medal: Medalha de Bronze


Volleyball: a game in which two teams use their hands to hit a large ball backwards and forwards over a high net without allowing the ball to touch the ground Volleyball: V么lei


Flag: a piece of cloth, usually rectangular and fixed to a pole at one edge, that has a pattern which shows it represents a country or a group, or has a particular meaning Flag: Bandeira


Baseball: a game played especially in North America by two teams of nine players, in which a player hits a ball with a bat and tries to run around four bases on a large field before the other team returns the ball Baseball: Beisebol


Water Polo: a game played in water in which two teams of swimmers try to get the ball into the other team's goal Water Polo: Polo aquรกtico


Fencing: the sport of fighting with long thin swords Fencing: Esgrima


People


Eye: one of the two organs in your face, which you use to see with Eye: Olho


Ear: one of the two organs on your head that you hear with Ear: Orelha


Toe: one of the five separate parts your foot Toe: Dedo do PĂŠ

at the end of


Finger: one of the five, long, separate parts at the end of your hand, including your thumb Finger: Dedo da m達o


Nose: the part of your face through which you breathe and smell Nose: Nariz


Head: the part of your body above your neck which contains your brain, eyes, ears, mouth, nose, etc and on which your hair grows Head: Cabeรงa


Forehead: the part of your face between your eyes and your hair Forehead: Testa


Cheek: the soft part of your face below your eye Cheek: Bochecha


Chin: the bottom part of your face, below your mouth Chin: Queixo


Knee: the middle part of your leg where it bends Knee: Joelho


Leg: one of the parts of the body of a human or animal that is Leg: Perna

used

for standing and walking


Arm: the long part at each side of the human body, ending in a hand Arm: Braรงo


Elbow: the part in the Elbow: Cotovelo

middle of your arm where

it bends


Belly: your stomach (= organ where food is digested), or the front part of your body between your chest and your legs Belly: Barriga


Neck: the part of the body between your head and your shoulders Neck: Pescoรงo


Waist: the part around the middle of your body where you wear a belt Waist: Cintura


Hip: one of the two parts of your your leg and below your waist Hip: Quadril

body above


Wrist: the part of yourbody between your hand and your arm Wrist: Pulso


Foot: the part of the body at the bottom of the leg on which a person or animal stands Foot: PĂŠ


Hand: the part of the body at the end of the arm which is used for holding, moving, touching and feeling things Hand: M達o


Healthy & Professions


Medicine: a substance, especially in or a pill, which Medicine: RemĂŠdio Medicine / Remedy

the form of a liquid

is a treatment for illness or injury


Doctor: a person with a medical degree whose job is to treat people who are ill or hurt Doctor: MĂŠdico


Dentist: a person whose job is treating people's teeth Dentist: Dentista


Maternity Ward: the part of a hospital in which women give birth and where they are taken care of after giving birth Maternity Ward: Maternidade


Surgery: the treatment of injuries or diseases in people or animals by cutting open the body and removing or repairing the damaged part Surgery: Cirurgia


Nurse: a person whose job is to care for people who are ill or injured, especially in a hospital Nurse: Enfermeira


Stretcher: a light frame made from two long poles with a cover of soft material stretched between them, used for carrying people who are ill, injured or dead Stretcher: Maca


Ambulance: a special vehicle used totake ill or injured people to hospital Ambulance: Ambul창ncia


Anesthesia: a state in which someone does not feel pain, usually because of drugs they have been given Anesthesia: Anestesia


Injection: to use a needle and syringe (= small tube) to put a liquid such as a drug into a person's body Injection: Injeção Injection / Shot


Vaccine: a substance which contains a harmless form of a virus or bacterium (= extremely small organism), and which is given to a person or animal to prevent them from getting the disease which the virus or bacterium causes Vaccine: Vacina


X-Ray: a type of radiation that can go through many solid substances, allowing hidden objects such as bones and organs in the body to be photographed X-Ray: Raio-x


Parturition: the act of giving birth Parturition: Parto


Pregnancy: the state of being pregnant Pregnancy: Gravidez


Wheelchair: a chair on wheels which people who are unable to walk use for moving around Wheelchair: Cadeira de Rodas


Hospital: a place where people who are ill or injured are treated and taken care of by doctors and nurses Hospital: Hospital


Serum: the watery, colourless part of the blood, or this liquid taken from an animal and put into a human in order to fight an infection Serum: Soro


Aspirin: a common drug which reduces pain, especially headaches, fever and swelling Aspirin: Aspirina


Pediatrician: a doctor who has special training in medical care for children Pediatrician: Pediatra


Eye doctor: a doctor who treats eye diseases Eye doctor: Oftalmologista

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