English translation of 'inválido'
inválidoinválida [ı̃ˈvalidu, a]
adjective, masculine noun, feminine noun
inválido de guerra wounded war veteran
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'inválido' in Other Languages
British English: invalid /ˈɪnvəˌlɪd/ NOUN
An invalid is someone who is very ill or disabled and needs to be cared for by someone else.
I hate being called an invalid.
- American English: invalid
- Arabic: مَرِيضٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: inválido
- Chinese: 病人
- Croatian: invalid
- Czech: invalida
- Danish: invalid
- Dutch: invalide
- European Spanish: inválido
- Finnish: invalidi
- French: malade
- German: Invalide
- Greek: ανάπηρος
- Italian: invalido
- Japanese: 病人
- Korean: 병약자
- Norwegian: invalid
- Polish: inwalida
- European Portuguese: inválido
- Romanian: invalid
- Russian: инвалид
- Spanish: inválido
- Swedish: invalid
- Thai: คนเจ็บ
- Turkish: sakat
- Ukrainian: інвалід
- Vietnamese: người bệnh tật
British English: invalid ADJECTIVE
If an action, procedure, or document is invalid, it cannot be accepted, because it breaks the law or some official rule.
The trial was stopped and the results declared invalid.
Translation of inválido from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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