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a cair de podre adv.
falling apart ; old ; rotting
[Fam.];[Arg.]

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Collaborative Dictionary     Portuguese-English
adv.
falling apart ; falling to pieces ; in ruins
[Fam.]
prep.
for lack of
v.
keep the ball (to)
[Sport]; [Football]
v.
recover the ball (to)
[Sport]; [Football]
v.
keep possession of ball by passing (to)
[Sport]; [Football]
n.
the day that that ocean freezes over ; never
[Arg.];[Fam.]
n.
kick at goal
[Sport]; [Football]
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cair

  

      vi   to fall  ,   (ser vítima de logro)    to be taken in
cair bem/mal        (roupa)    to fit well/badly  
col, pessoa   to look good/bad  
cair em si      to come to one's senses  
cair de quatro      to land on all fours  
estou caindo de sono      I'm really sleepy  
cair para trás        (fig)    to be taken aback  
ao cair da noite      at nightfall  
o Natal caiu num domingo      Christmas fell on a Sunday  
essa comida me caiu mal      that food did not agree with me  
Translation Portuguese - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

Cairo, caiar, cria, caibro

"a cair de podre": examples and translations in context
Ouve, Jerry. Esta casa está a cair de podre. Listen, Jerry, this place is falling apart.
- É um monumento a cair de podre... ao antigo império de pressão do teu pai. -She's a rotten old monument... to your father's ancient imperium of oppression.
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