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whistle

  

      n     (sound)    assobio  ,   (object)    apito
      vt  
      vi   assobiar  


whistle-stop  
      adj  
to make a whistle-stop tour        (pol)   fazer uma viagem eleitoral  
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whist, while, white, whittle

whistle n.
assobio

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-Portuguese
n.
apito final
[Sport]; [Football]
n.
apito inicial
[Sport]; [Football]
v.
apitar o fim do jogo
[Sport]; [Football]
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'whistle' also found in translations in Portuguese-English dictionary
nm.
hiss ; whistle
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"whistle": examples and translations in context
Ferry whistle, to be exact. Um apito de cacilheiro, para ser preciso.
The emergency whistle Daddy gave me. O apito de emergência que o papá me deu.
I can't whistle, Sixten. Não sei assobiar, Sixten. Srta.
You have to could go, we could whistle at pretty girls. Uma hora você tem que comer, podemos sair e assobiar para garotas bonitas.
Stop blowing the whistle, man, we were chatting. Pára de apitar, meu, estávamos a conversar.
With the second whistle, you will stop dead. À segunda vez que apitar, param de imediato.
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