English translation of 'intacto'
intactointacta [ı̃ˈtatu, a] (Portugal)
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'intacto' in Other Languages
British English: intact /ɪnˈtækt/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is intact is complete and has not been damaged or spoilt.
The roof was still intact.
- American English: intact
- Arabic: سَلِيمٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: intacto
- Chinese: 完整无缺的
- Croatian: netaknut
- Czech: neporušený
- Danish: intakt
- Dutch: intact
- European Spanish: intacto
- Finnish: vahingoittumaton
- French: intact
- German: intakt
- Greek: άθικτος
- Italian: integro
- Japanese: 損なわれていない
- Korean: 원래대로의
- Norwegian: intakt
- Polish: nietknięty
- European Portuguese: intacto
- Romanian: intact
- Russian: нетронутый
- Spanish: intacto
- Swedish: intakt
- Thai: คงอยู่
- Turkish: bütün bölünmemiş
- Ukrainian: неушкоджений
- Vietnamese: nguyên vẹn
British English: unbroken ADJECTIVE
If something is unbroken, it is continuous or complete and has not been interrupted or broken.
...an unbroken string of victories.
Translation of intacto from the Collins Portuguese to English
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