The meaning of order and progress in Portuguese?
The meaning of "order and progress", at least is a remembrance to stimulate development through social organization and progress on all fields of technology available on the nation.
The translation from Portuguese to English is "Order and Progress."
Ordem e progresso
you would say hormônios in Portuguese, but.. what do you mean by "meaning"?
The writing (in Portuguese) is "ordem e progresso", and in English it means "order and progress"
Stag is not a portuguese word.
Obviously in Brazil's language: Portuguese. The motto "ordem e progresso" means "order and progress".
Actually, it's not Spanish; it's Portuguese. It says Ordem E Progresso, which means Order and Progress.
The Portuguese national anthem is called A Portuguesa meaning The Portuguese.
to advance or to progress
Hi I'm a brazilian girl I speak portuguese and I saw your question . Do you speak portuguese ? the meaning of "texto" is text , essay or composition . Kiseess
its an old Portuguese saying meaning, waste not want not.
Sorry, but nothing has been found about the name Stany in portuguese.
Spanish, French, and Portuguese are Romance languages, meaning that they all descend from Latin.
Ordem e Progresso, meaning "Order and Progress," are the words on the flag of Brazil.
It is the Portuguese verbal word meaning to sniff.
it means keys in Portuguese
Answer: stick (noun)
umbrella is two words in literal translation to portuguese meaning hat of rain its called:Chapeu de chuva
The equivalent term in Portuguese, also used as an expression, is "fio condutor".
No, it is not. It is derived from the Portuguese word marmelada meaning 'quince jam', which is in turn derived from Portuguese marmelo 'quince'.
The noun penis is the same, both for english and portuguese, meaning the male main sexual organ.
Ronaldinho means "little Ronaldo" in portuguese
Have a good weekend.
It's a Portuguese word, meaning danger.
The meaning of 'sobreviver' is to survive on english.
CRIP stands for Community Revolution In Progress.
The surname Lemus does not have a specific meaning. Lemus is known for being Spanish and Portuguese in lineage.
The verb to ensure is the same as the verb "segurar" in portuguese. That word has a second meaning in portuguese though, which is holding something, as in with your hands. Not to be mistaken with "assegurar", which literally means to assure, not ensure.
it is Portuguese for "is addicted to something"
Como tem estado essa manhã?
Racquel comes from the Portuguese and means lamb.
Saia is a portuguese word meaning "skirt"
Utkrant means Evolution,or gradual progress/development.
That's Portuguese not Spanish "Boa Vista" is Portuguese and "Buena Vista" is Spanish, both meaning "a good view".
Actually, the right expression presented in the Brazil's flag is 'Ordem e Progresso', a Positivist motto that means order (the arrangement meaning of the word) and progress (meaning improvement).
In Brazil (We speak Portuguese not Spanish) this is a slang word for party.
The primary meaning for gold is OURO. dourado(a) is "golden"
the best translation for 'preocupado' is worried.
Something that opposes, stands in the way of, or holds up progress.
some one is progressing highly good in gradual or slowly
it means pad unnati means towards progress
Theresa has no meaning in Hebrew. Only Hebrew names have meaning in Hebrew. (Theresa is a Spanish/Portuguese name).
Opportunity means the right time or occasion to begin something. Another meaning of the word is a chance for progress and advancement.
Parecendo tão sexy ! (The word "sexy" is used in Brazilian Portuguese meaning sexually attractive)
The Brazilian Portuguese equivalent of the English question 'How are you' is Como vai voce?, or Como vai? The Portuguese pronunciation is the following: KOH-moo vi voh-SAY. The word-by-word meaning of the sentence in Portuguese is the following: 'como' means 'how'; 'vai' 'goes'; and 'voce' 'you'. In Portuguese, subject pronouns don't have to be used if the meaning is clear. For the ending -i tells listeners that the speaker is one of the third person… Read More
Santiago is a Spanish and Portuguese name, meaning "Saint James."
I'm thinking Salvador is saviour....