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The Portuguese word for whistle is
apito





whistle

Gender

The gender of apito is masculine. E.g. o apito.

Plural

The plural of apito is apitos.

Portuguese Definition


whistle
     1. Substantivo. assobio;
     2. Substantivo. sibilo;
     3. Substantivo. silvo;
     4. Substantivo. zunido;
     5. Substantivo. apito.
     6. Verbo. assobiar;
     7. Verbo. apitar;
     8. Verbo. sibilar;
     9. Verbo. zumbir.



Translations for whistle and their definitions

apito
     1. n-m. whistle, id=device (device used to make a whistling sound)
     2. n-m. whistle, id=sound (shrill, high-pitched sound made by whistling)
     3. v. verb form of apitar


apitada
     1. n-f. the act of whistling (with a whistle)
     2. Participle. feminine singular of apitado


assobiar
     1. v. to whistle (to make a shrill, high-pitched sound by forcing air through the mouth)
     2. v. to whistle a song
     3. v. (of a bird) to produce birdsongs


assoviar
     1. v. Alternative form of assobiar


assobio
     1. n-m. whistle (shrill, high-pitched sound made by whistling)
     2. n-m. birdsong (musical sound made by a bird)
     3. n-m. the sound of rushing wind
     4. v. verb form of assobiar


assoviada
     1. Participle. feminine singular of assoviado


assobiada
     1. Participle. feminine singular of assobiado


apitar
     1. v. to whistle using a whistle
     2. v. (sports) to be the referee of a match


assovio
     1. n-m. Alternative form of assobio


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