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Translation of "bottom" - English-Portuguese dictionary

bottom

noun   /ˈbɒt·əm/
A1 the lowest part of something parte de baixo, fundo, pé Click on the icon at the bottom of the page.
A2 the flat surface on the lowest side of something parte de baixo There was a price tag on the bottom of the box. Something is stuck to the bottom of my shoe.
A2 [no plural] the lowest position in a group or organization nível mais baixo, fundo His team are at the bottom of the first division.
B1 [no plural] the ground under a river, lake, or sea leito, fundo The ship sank to the bottom of the sea.
B1 the part of your body that you sit on nádegas, traseiro
B1 [no plural] the part of an area that is furthest from where you are final (do jardim, etc.) the bottom of the garden
from the bottom of my, your, etc. heart
very sincerely do fundo do meu, seu, etc. coração When I said I loved you, I meant it from the bottom of my heart.
(Definition of bottom from the Cambridge English-Portuguese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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