Lista de Adjetivos em inglês com tradução e exemplos

Avatar do usuário Alessandro 2820 3 10 67
Caros, segue abaixo uma lista com os adjetivos em inglês e suas devidas preposições, realmente muito útil. Espero que gostem!

  • acquainted with: conhecer um pouco (alguém); saber um pouco (de algo). Ex.: Are you acquainted with Mary? / Are you acquainted with computers?
  • adjacent to: ao lado de. Ex.: The bank is adjacent to the bookstore.
  • angry at: zangado com. Ex.: Are you angry at me?
  • annoyed with/at (somebody): estar aborrecido com. Ex.: She was annoyed with John. / She was annoyed at John.
  • annoyed about/by (something): estar aborrecido com. Ex.: He was annoyed about the latest news. / She was annoyed by the noise from the street.
  • aware of: ciente de. Ex.: I was not aware of the rules.
  • bored with: aborrecido/chateado com. Ex.: Jason is bored with his job. / Anna is bored by Jeff’s behavior.
  • close to: perto de. Ex.: Is your house close to your school?
  • cluttered with: cheio de, abarrotado de. Ex.: My bedroom is cluttered with books and magazines.
  • committed to: comprometido com. Ex.: I am totally committed to the environment.
  • compatible with: compatível com. Ex. His lifestyle is not compatible with his salary.
  • composed of: composto de, feito de. Ex.: Our board of directors is composed of five women and three men.
  • concerned about: preocupado com. Ex. He is concerned about his daughter’s new relationship. (Há outras preposições possíveis com concerned, com significados diferentes.)
  • connected to: ligado a. Ex. My computer was connected to the internet yesterday.
  • connected with: relacionado com. Ex.: I think her problem is connected with bullying.
  • conscious of: consciente de. Ex.: I was conscious of the fact that she had helped me a lot.
  • content with: feliz com, satisfeito com. Ex.: They were content with the results. (Também usado na negativa, para dar ênfase. Ex.: Not content with the motorcycle, she bought a car.)
  • contrary to: contrário a. Ex.: The teacher’s attitude was contrary to the students’ expectations.
  • convinced of: convencido de. Ex.: They are convinced of the politicians’ wrongdoing.
  • covered with/in: coberto de/com. Ex.: The table was covered with dust. / The city was covered in ashes.
  • crowded with: cheio de. Ex.: The streets were crowded with buses. / Some beaches are crowded with Argentinean tourists.
  • dedicated to: dedicado a. Ex.: Her life was dedicated to English literature. (Her life was dedicated to studying English literature.)
  • devoted to: devotado a. Ex.: She was really devoted to her two sons. / This institute is devoted to teaching languages.
  • disappointed with: decepcionado com. Ex.: I was really disappointed with her reaction. (Também podemos usar at e about no lugar de with.)
  • divorced from: divorciado de; desligado de. Ex.: Is your mother divorced from your father? / Your essay is completely divorced from the original text.
  • done with: terminado. Ex.: Are you done with the newspaper? I’d like to see the sports section.
  • dressed in: vestido com, usando. Ex.: The groom was dressed in a black suit.
  • engaged in: envolvido com. Ex.: Jennifer was engaged in her thesis.
  • engaged to: noivo de. Ex.: John is engaged to Susan.
  • envious of: com inveja de. Ex.: Her classmates were envious of her grades.
  • equivalent to: equivalente a. Ex.: Is the price of a Mercedes equivalent to that of a BMW?
  • exhausted from: exausto com. Ex.: The children were exhausted from the long trip.
  • exposed to: exposto a. Ex.: It’s dangerous to be exposed to the sunlight between 10:00 a.m. And 4:00p.m.
  • faithful to: fiel a. Ex.: You must be faithful to your beliefs. / He was not faithful to his wife.
  • familiar to: familiar para, conhecido de. Ex.: This smell is very familiar to me.
  • familiar with: familiarizado com. Ex.: Are you familiar with verb tenses?
  • filled with: cheio de. Ex.: Their faces were filled with fear when they saw the lion.
  • finished with: terminado, acabado de usar. Ex.: I’m finished with your book. You can take it.
  • fond of: gostar de. Ex.: I’m fond of country music. / I’m fond of surfing the internet.
  • friendly to/with: amigável com. Ex.: She was very friendly with her mother-in-law.
  • frightened of: assustado com, com medo de. Ex.: I was frightened of getting lost. / We were frightened of the frogs.
  • full of: cheio de. Ex.: The house was full of smoke.
  • furnished with: mobiliado com. Ex.: The living room was furnished with nineteenth-century tables and chairs.
  • grateful to: grato a. Ex.: I’m very grateful to you.
  • grateful for: grato por. Ex.: I’m grateful for your help. / I’m grateful to you for your help.
  • guilty of: culpado por. Ex.: He was considered guilty of both deaths.
  • innocent of: inocente de/por. Ex.: After the trial everyone knew he was innocent of his wife’s death.
  • interested in: interessado por. Ex.: I’m interested in literature. / I’m interested in learning literature.
  • invited to: convidado a/para. Ex.: Jack was upset because he had not been invited to the party.
  • involved in (something): envolvido em. Ex.: Two cars were involved in the accident.
  • involved with (somebody): envolvido com. Ex.: Jeff is involved with the teacher’s daughter.
Colabore conosco. Ajude-nos a tornar esta lista mais completa!

See you!

ps.: A lista acima foi editada pelo colaborador João Ghizoni. Muito obrigado, João.
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Avatar do usuário Donay Mendonça 43550 20 67 974
Olá Davi,

Existem termos em inglês que às vezes enganam quanto a preposição,nesta lista existem exemplos deles.Deve-se observar esta lista para se ter um inglês coerente com os padrões naturais.É claro que fora da lista existem algumas outras possibilidades que podem ser aprendidas mais tarde.Vale lembrar que o contexto também é importante.

Mais um exemplo: Dependent on/upon:Dependente de>>NÃO se deve usar "of" neste caso.

Boa sorte!
involved with (somebody): envolvido com. Ex.: Jeff is involved with the teacher’s daughter.


Este involved with é relacionado a parte afetiva?

abs.
Avatar do usuário Donay Mendonça 43550 20 67 974
Olá Paresque,

Sim,"involved with" pode ser usado no sentido de "tendo um relacionamento bem próximo com alguém","envolvido(a)" com.

Bem vindo ao fórum!
Avatar do usuário Alessandro 2820 3 10 67
O vídeo abaixo apresenta alguns ensinamentos básicos para o entendimentos dos adjetivos. Vale a pena conferir: