English translation of 'amontoado'
2. (de coisas) pile
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'amontoado' in Other Languages
British English: heap /hiːp/ NOUN
A heap of things is a messy pile of them.
There was a heap of clothes in the corner of the room.
- American English: heap
- Arabic: كَوْمَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: amontoado
- Chinese: 堆
- Croatian: hrpa
- Czech: halda
- Danish: dynge
- Dutch: hoop stapel
- European Spanish: montón
- Finnish: kasa
- French: tas
- German: Haufen
- Greek: σωρός
- Italian: mucchio
- Japanese: 積み重なったもの
- Korean: 무더기
- Norwegian: haug
- Polish: sterta
- European Portuguese: amontoado
- Romanian: grămadă
- Russian: куча
- Spanish: montón
- Swedish: hög trave
- Thai: กอง
- Turkish: yığın
- Ukrainian: купа
- Vietnamese: đống
British English: clustered ADJECTIVE
If people or things are clustered somewhere, there is a group of them close together there.
Officials were clustered at every open office door, talking excitedly.
British English: massed ADJECTIVE
Massed is used to describe a large number of people who have been brought together for a particular purpose.
He could not escape the massed ranks of newsmen.
Translation of amontoado from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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