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Portuguese translation of “ground”

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ground

noun /ɡraʊnd/
the ground B1 the surface of the earth
o chão
I sat down on the ground.
[no plural] the soil in an area
chão, terreno
The ground was soft after the rain.
B1 UK an area of land used for a particular activity
campo, gramado
a football ground
grounds [plural] the land around a building
terreno
the grounds of the hospital Smoking is not allowed on school grounds.
grounds [plural] a reason for doing or believing something
razões, motivos
I refused on the grounds that (= because) it was too risky. We have grounds to believe that you have been lying to us.
Translations of “ground”
in Korean 토양, -장…
in Arabic تُرْبة, أَرْض…
in French sol, terrain…
in Italian terreno, suolo, campo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 陸地, 土, 土壤…
in Russian земля, почва, участок…
in Turkish zemin, toprak, yer…
in Polish grunt, gleba, teren…
in Spanish suelo, terreno, campo…
in German der (Erd)Boden, das Gebiet…
in Catalan terra, camp…
in Japanese 土, グラウンド, ~場…
in Chinese (Simplified) 陆地, 土, 土壤…
(Definition of ground noun from the Cambridge English-Portuguese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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