English translation of 'demora'
2. (parada) stop
sem demora at once, without delay
qual é a demora disso? how long will this take?
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'demora' in Other Languages
British English: hold-up /həʊldʌp/ NOUN
A hold-up is a situation in which someone is threatened with a weapon in order to make them hand over money or valuables.
Police are looking for a man after an armed hold-up.
- American English: hold-up
- Arabic: سَطْوٌ مُسَلَّح
- Brazilian Portuguese: demora
- Chinese: 持械抢劫
- Croatian: razbojnički prepad
- Czech: loupežné přepadení
- Danish: røveri
- Dutch: overval
- European Spanish: demora
- Finnish: pysähdys
- French: attaque à main armée
- German: Überfall
- Greek: ένοπλη ληστεία
- Italian: rapina a mano armata
- Japanese: 強盗 量・程度
- Korean: 무장 강도
- Norwegian: ran
- Polish: zatrzymanie
- European Portuguese: demora
- Romanian: jaf
- Russian: ограбление
- Spanish: demora
- Swedish: rån
- Thai: การจี้
- Turkish: soygun
- Ukrainian: озброєне пограбування
- Vietnamese: vụ cướp có vũ trang
Translation of demora from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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