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Adjective
/ˈpôrCHəˌgēz/,
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Of or relating to Portugal or its people or language,
  1. Of or relating to Portugal or its people or language

Noun
  1. A native or national of Portugal, or a person of Portuguese descent

  2. The Romance language of Portugal and Brazil


  1. the Romance language spoken in Portugal and Brazil
  2. a native or inhabitant of Portugal
  3. The history of Portuguese community in Guyana is directly in relation to the end of slavery.
  4. European Portuguese (português europeu in Portuguese) refers to the variety of Portuguese spoken in continental Portugal, as well in the Azores and Madeira islands. The word “European” was chosen to avoid the clash of “Portuguese Portuguese” as opposed to Brazilian Portuguese.
  5. Portuguese wine is the result of traditions introduced to the region by ancient civilizations, such as the Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Greeks, and mostly the Romans. Portugal started to export its wines to Rome during the Roman Empire. ...
  6. Large, heavy furnishings, carved ornamentation and bulbous turnings on bedposts and furniture legs are hallmarks of this style. ...
  7. X:  (Glis ) -  (Muscardinus) -  (Dryomys) -  Leirao; Rato-dos-pomares (Eliomys)
  8. After Mikhail and Desmond treat Naomi's wound, she says something in Portuguese not spelled out in the captions. Mikhail claims it is "Thank you for helping me," but this is not what she actually says. Instead, it is "Eu não estou só," which is Portuguese for "I am not alone. ...
  9. Portuguese is also an official languages of East Timor.
  10. An ancient European nation, Portugal became a world power in the 15th century and held a monopoly on the export of slaves from Africa from 1440-1640.  Making it a center of navigation, they sponsored voyages down the west coast and around the southern tip of Africa to India. ...
  11. Official Brazilian Ford EcoSport website
  12. (in its own language: português [purtuˈɣeʃ]) is a Romance language, of the Indo-European family, originating in Portugal, and the official language also of Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique and São Tomé and Príncipe. It is co-official with Chinese in the Chinese S.A.R. ...
  13. Olive, Ronaldo. (1996). Guia Internacional de Submetralhadoras. Editora Magnum Ltda.
  14. Esturjão, Solho, Solho-Rei
  15. Brasilian PortalRPG Site
  16. (Brazil): arma de fogo
  17. abóbora d’água, comalenge