English translation of 'queda'
2. (figurative: ruína) downfall
ter queda para algo to have a bent for sth
ter uma queda por alguém to have a soft spot for sb
queda de barreira landslide
queda de braço arm wrestling; (figurative) stand-off
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'queda' in Other Languages
British English: fall /fɔːl/ NOUN
A fall is an act of falling.
The helmet will protect the head in a fall.
- American English: fall
- Arabic: سُقُوط
- Brazilian Portuguese: queda
- Chinese: 落下
- Croatian: pad
- Czech: pád
- Danish: fald
- Dutch: val omlaag
- European Spanish: caída
- Finnish: pudotus
- French: chute
- German: Sturz
- Greek: πτώση
- Italian: caduta
- Japanese: 落下
- Korean: 추락
- Norwegian: fall
- Polish: spadek upadek
- European Portuguese: queda
- Romanian: cădere
- Russian: падение
- Spanish: caída
- Swedish: fall ramla
- Thai: การหล่นลงมา
- Turkish: düşüş
- Ukrainian: падіння
- Vietnamese: sự rơi
British English: downfall NOUN
The downfall of a successful or powerful person or institution is their loss of success or power.
His lack of experience had led to his downfall.
British English: downswing NOUN
A downswing is a sudden downward movement in something such as an economy, that had previously been improving.
The manufacturing economy remains on a downswing.
British English: downturn NOUN
If there is a downturn in the economy or in a company or industry, it becomes worse or less successful than it had been.
They predicted a severe economic downturn.
British English: penchant NOUN
If someone has a penchant for something, they have a special liking for it or a tendency to do it.
...a stylish woman with a penchant for dark glasses.
Translation of queda from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary