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Portuguese translation of “screw”

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screw

noun
 
/skruː/
a small, pointed piece of metal that you turn round and round to fasten things together
parafuso
have a screw loose If you say that someone has a screw loose, you mean that they behave in a strange way and seem slightly mentally ill.
ter um parafuso solto, ter um parafuso a menos
Translations of “screw”
in Korean 나사…
in Arabic بُرْغي…
in French vis, tour de vis…
in Italian vite…
in Chinese (Traditional) 金屬物體, 螺絲(釘), 扭緊,旋緊,擰緊…
in Russian винт, шуруп…
in Turkish vida…
in Polish śruba, wkręt…
in Spanish tornillo, vuelta…
in German die Schraube, das Anziehen…
in Catalan caragol…
in Japanese ねじ, ねじくぎ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 金属物体, 螺丝(钉), 扭转,旋转…
(Definition of screw noun from the Cambridge English-Portuguese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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