Portuguese translation of 'guide'
1. (person) guia m, f
2. (book, figurative) guia m
3. (Britain) (also: girl guide) escoteira
to be guided by sb/sth orientar-se com alguém/por algo
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Example Sentences Including 'guide'
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They'd felt safe because they were traveling with a guide who knew the area and, presumably, the dangers.A KING'S RANSOM (2001)
My guide didn't seem at all surprised that I knew you, by the way.LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
According to my briefing, there would be a guide, somewhere.MOONDROP TO MURDER (2001)
Looking for landmarks to guide us back, we moved carefully towards the distant light that signalled a facility of some sort.C B GREENFIELD - A LITTLE MADNESS (2001)
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'guide' in Other Languages
British English: guide /ɡaɪd/ NOUN
A guide is a book hat gives you information or instructions to help you do or understand something.
He found a step-by-step guide to building your own home.
- American English: guide
- Arabic: مُرْشِد
- Brazilian Portuguese: guia
- Chinese: 领路人
- Croatian: vodič
- Czech: průvodce
- Danish: guide
- Dutch: gids
- European Spanish: guía
- Finnish: opas
- French: guide personne
- German: Führer
- Greek: οδηγός
- Italian: guida punto di riferimento
- Japanese: ガイド
- Korean: 안내자
- Norwegian: guide
- Polish: przewodnik osoba
- European Portuguese: guia
- Romanian: ghid
- Russian: руководство
- Spanish: guía lo que orienta
- Swedish: guide
- Thai: คู่มือ
- Turkish: rehber turizm
- Ukrainian: гід
- Vietnamese: hướng dẫn viên
British English: guide VERB
If you guide someone around a city, museum, or building, you show it to them and explain points of interest.
...a young Egyptologist who guided us through tombs and temples with enthusiasm.
Translation of guide from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary