settle down translation | English-Portuguese dictionary




      vt     (argument, matter)    resolver, esclarecer  ,   (accounts)    ajustar, liquidar,   (land)    colonizar,   (med, calm)   acalmar, tranqüilizar  
      vi     (dust etc)    assentar,   (calm down, children)    acalmar-se,   (weather)    firmar, melhorar       settle down          instalar-se, estabilizar-se  
to settle to sth      concentrar-se em algo  
to settle for sth      concordar em aceitar algo  
to settle on sth      optar por algo  
that's settled then      está resolvido então  
to settle one's stomach      acomodar o estômago  
Translation English - Portuguese Collins Dictionary  
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recuo forçado por contra-ataque; contra-ataque
[Sport]; [Football]
dar uma rasteira
[Sport]; [Football]
dar uma rasteira
[Sport]; [Football]
simplificar as coisas
That narrows it down / Isso simplifica as coisas
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"settle down": examples and translations in context
She thinks girls ought to marry and settle down. Ela acha que as raparigas devem casar para assentar.
You and Drew ought to settle down. Tu e o Drew deveriam assentar.
But Rick and I, we made a promise to each other after the war that we would settle down. Mas, Rick e eu, nós fizemos uma promessa uns aos outros depois da guerra que iríamos sossegar.
Mr Shore, you need to settle down. Sr. Shore, você precisa se acalmar.
Now you can settle down and act your age. Agora pode se acalmar a agir de acordo com a idade.
Just wasn't ready to settle down. Ainda não estava preparada para assentar.
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