🔗 Check Up, Checkup or Check-Up - Which One to Use?

Check Up, Checkup or Check-Up - Which One to Use? Checkup: When it’s a single word like this, it’s a noun to describe an appointment. “I have a checkup at the dentist later this month.” Check-up: Add in the hyphen, and it becomes a phrasal adjective meant to describe the type of appointment or something. “My check-up appointment is at two o’clock, Thursday.” Check up: If used as two individual words, you’ve got yourself a verb to describe what you’re doing, aka a phrasal verb....

📋 Mosquito vs. Melga

mosquito s. m. Entom . Insecto díptero de que há várias espécies. melga s. f. Espécie de mosquito. Ictiol. Peixe pequeno da feição da raia.