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Michael Caine

  • 1 las jugadas de Michael Jordan encandilan al público

    las jugadas de Michael Jordan encandilan al público
    das Publikum ist von der Spielweise Michael Jordans begeistert

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > las jugadas de Michael Jordan encandilan al público

  • 2 Michael Assat

    m.
    Michael Assat, Hector Hevodidbon.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Michael Assat

  • 3 Michael Jackson

    m.
    Michael Jackson, Michael Joe Jackson.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Michael Jackson

  • 4 Michael Ondaatje

    m.
    Michael Ondaatje, Philip Michael Ondaatje.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Michael Ondaatje

  • 5 Michael

    Michael

    Vocabulario Castellano-Catalán > Michael

  • 6 jugada

    sustantivo femenino
    1. [en juego] Spielzug der
    2. [treta] fauler Trick
    jugada
    jugada [xu'γaða]
    num1num deporte Spielzug masculino; jugada de ajedrez Schachzug masculino; jugada antirreglamentaria Foul neutro; las jugadas de Michael Jordan encandilan al público das Publikum ist von der Spielweise Michael Jordans begeistert; Maradona hizo una jugada genial Maradona spielte einen genialen Ball
    num2num (apuesta) Wette femenino
    num3num (jugarreta) Streich masculino; hacerle [ oder gastarle] una jugada a alguien jdm übel mitspielen

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > jugada

  • 7 Reich

    m.
    1 Reich, Stephen Michael Reich.
    2 Reich, Wilhelm Reich.
    * * *
    = Reich.
    Ex. Technological university libraries, open to a smaller circle, grew in importance during the Reich.
    ----
    * Tercer Reich, el = Third Reich, the.
    * * *

    Ex: Technological university libraries, open to a smaller circle, grew in importance during the Reich.

    * Tercer Reich, el = Third Reich, the.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Reich

  • 8 andar mal

    v.
    1 to walk bad.
    El operado anda mal The operated patient walks bad.
    2 to be wrong, to be not so good, to be doing bad, to be on the rocks.
    El proyecto anda mal The project is doing bad.
    3 to malfunction, to be playing up, to go wrong.
    La lavadora anda mal The washer malfunctions.
    * * *
    (v.) = feel under + the weather, be under the weather
    Ex. Staying out late, lots of glasses of wine and having way too much fun has resulted in us both feeling under the weather all weekend long.
    Ex. Michael Jackson is 'a little bit under the weather,' but hasn't sought hospital treatment, his spokeswoman said.
    * * *
    (v.) = feel under + the weather, be under the weather

    Ex: Staying out late, lots of glasses of wine and having way too much fun has resulted in us both feeling under the weather all weekend long.

    Ex: Michael Jackson is 'a little bit under the weather,' but hasn't sought hospital treatment, his spokeswoman said.

    Spanish-English dictionary > andar mal

  • 9 angustioso

    adj.
    distressful, anguished, agonizing, distressing.
    * * *
    1 (situación) distressing, worrying; (mirada) anguished
    * * *
    (f. - angustiosa)
    adj.
    1) anguished, distressed
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=angustiado) [sensación] distressed, anguished; [voz, mirada] anguished
    2) (=agobiante) [habitación, espacio] oppressive; [problema, recuerdo, situación] distressing
    3) (=doloroso) (lit) agonizing; (fig) heartbreaking
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo < situación> distressing; <mirada/grito> anguished
    * * *
    = harrowing, agonising [agonizing, -USA], agonised [agonized, -USA], distressing, gut-wrenching, nightmarish.
    Ex. See Michael R. Booth, 'English Melodrama', for further details of this harrowing tale.
    Ex. Much of the conventional wisdom of librarianship is going to have to undergo what is so aptly described as an ' agonizing reappraisal' before we can come to terms with the new information age.
    Ex. He went back into the house, addressing his Maker in low agonized tones, changed, and started out again.
    Ex. It really is distressing to observe in some libraries the casual and perfunctory way in which enquirers obviously seeking help are treated as persons.
    Ex. In these gut-wrenching times it's important to know who the strongest, healthiest providers are to keep your money out of harm's way!.
    Ex. It was the drugs that made me mad: Jane was anorexic, but the treatment prescribed pushed her over the edge for 22 nightmarish years.
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo < situación> distressing; <mirada/grito> anguished
    * * *
    = harrowing, agonising [agonizing, -USA], agonised [agonized, -USA], distressing, gut-wrenching, nightmarish.

    Ex: See Michael R. Booth, 'English Melodrama', for further details of this harrowing tale.

    Ex: Much of the conventional wisdom of librarianship is going to have to undergo what is so aptly described as an ' agonizing reappraisal' before we can come to terms with the new information age.
    Ex: He went back into the house, addressing his Maker in low agonized tones, changed, and started out again.
    Ex: It really is distressing to observe in some libraries the casual and perfunctory way in which enquirers obviously seeking help are treated as persons.
    Ex: In these gut-wrenching times it's important to know who the strongest, healthiest providers are to keep your money out of harm's way!.
    Ex: It was the drugs that made me mad: Jane was anorexic, but the treatment prescribed pushed her over the edge for 22 nightmarish years.

    * * *
    ‹situación› distressing; ‹mirada/grito› anguished
    * * *

    angustioso
    ◊ -sa adjetivo ‹ situación distressing;


    mirada/grito anguished
    angustioso,-a adjetivo distressing
    ' angustioso' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    angustiosa
    - desesperante
    English:
    distressing
    - nerve-racking
    - agonizing
    - harrowing
    * * *
    angustioso, -a adj
    [espera] anxious; [situación, noticia] distressing
    * * *
    adj agonizing
    * * *
    angustioso, -sa adj
    1) : anguished, distressed
    2) : distressing, worrisome

    Spanish-English dictionary > angustioso

  • 10 auténtico

    adj.
    authentic, legitimate, real, true.
    * * *
    1 authentic, genuine, real
    * * *
    (f. - auténtica)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=legítimo) authentic; [persona] genuine

    días de auténtico calor — days of real heat, really hot days

    2) * (=estupendo) great *, brilliant *
    * * *
    - ca adjetivo
    a) < cuadro> genuine, authentic; <perla/piel> real; < documento> authentic
    b) <interés/cariño/persona> genuine
    c) <pesadilla/catástrofe> (delante del n) real (before n)
    * * *
    = authentic, bona fide, genuine, true [truer -comp., truest -sup.], kosher, funky [funkier -comp., funkiest -sup.], actual.
    Ex. These names are not the authentic names of these peoples.
    Ex. Booksellers were forbidden to retail new books, other than bona fide remainders, at less than list prices, under threat of being black-listed and refused further supplies.
    Ex. A general paper may be irrelevant to a specialist but of genuine value to someone seeking a brief introduction to a field peripheral to their main interest.
    Ex. The Concise AACR2 by Michael Gorman is not a true abridged edition of the full edition, but rather a rewritten distillation of the essential rules and principles.
    Ex. Some mammals, such as pigs, have a cloven hoof but are not considered kosher because they do not meet other criteria.
    Ex. The scarf can be knit with pockets at the end to keep their hands toasty or trimmed with bobbles for a funky look.
    Ex. It presents a case study based on an actual situation which arose between the chief librarian of a public library and the library janitor.
    ----
    * auténtica leyenda = living legend.
    * auténtico mito = living legend.
    * de un modo auténtico = authentically.
    * el auténtico = the real McCoy.
    * no auténtico = unauthentic.
    * un auténtico infierno = a living hell.
    * * *
    - ca adjetivo
    a) < cuadro> genuine, authentic; <perla/piel> real; < documento> authentic
    b) <interés/cariño/persona> genuine
    c) <pesadilla/catástrofe> (delante del n) real (before n)
    * * *
    = authentic, bona fide, genuine, true [truer -comp., truest -sup.], kosher, funky [funkier -comp., funkiest -sup.], actual.

    Ex: These names are not the authentic names of these peoples.

    Ex: Booksellers were forbidden to retail new books, other than bona fide remainders, at less than list prices, under threat of being black-listed and refused further supplies.
    Ex: A general paper may be irrelevant to a specialist but of genuine value to someone seeking a brief introduction to a field peripheral to their main interest.
    Ex: The Concise AACR2 by Michael Gorman is not a true abridged edition of the full edition, but rather a rewritten distillation of the essential rules and principles.
    Ex: Some mammals, such as pigs, have a cloven hoof but are not considered kosher because they do not meet other criteria.
    Ex: The scarf can be knit with pockets at the end to keep their hands toasty or trimmed with bobbles for a funky look.
    Ex: It presents a case study based on an actual situation which arose between the chief librarian of a public library and the library janitor.
    * auténtica leyenda = living legend.
    * auténtico mito = living legend.
    * de un modo auténtico = authentically.
    * el auténtico = the real McCoy.
    * no auténtico = unauthentic.
    * un auténtico infierno = a living hell.

    * * *
    A
    1 ‹cuadro› genuine, authentic; ‹perla/piel› real; ‹documento› authentic
    2 ‹interés/cariño› genuine; ‹persona› genuine
    3 ‹pesadilla/catástrofe› ( delante del n) real ( before n)
    el resultado es un auténtico desastre the result is an absolute o a complete o a real disaster
    una auténtica multitud se dio cita frente al banco a huge o real crowd gathered opposite the bank
    B ( Esp arg) (estupendo) great ( colloq)
    * * *

    Del verbo autenticar: ( conjugate autenticar)

    autentico es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    autenticó es:

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) pretérito indicativo

    Multiple Entries:
    autenticar    
    auténtico
    autenticar ( conjugate autenticar) verbo transitivo
    a)firma/documento to authenticate

    b) (RPl) ‹ fotocopia to attest

    auténtico
    ◊ -ca adjetivo


    perla/piel real;
    documento authentic
    b)interés/cariño/persona genuine

    c)pesadilla/catástrofe› ( delante del n) real ( before n)

    auténtico,-a adjetivo authentic
    ' auténtico' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    auténtica
    - calvario
    - galimatías
    - infierno
    - parásita
    - parásito
    - pendón
    - pestiño
    - portento
    - querubín
    - rompecabezas
    - verdad
    - verdadera
    - verdadero
    English:
    absolute
    - aggravating
    - authentic
    - deep-rooted
    - dope
    - drip
    - genius
    - genuine
    - hick
    - misery
    - ordeal
    - positive
    - predicament
    - real
    - right
    - trial
    - true-born
    - unadulterated
    - veritable
    - bona fide
    - indeed
    - true
    * * *
    auténtico, -a adj
    1. [cuadro] genuine;
    [diamante] real; [documento] authentic
    2. [persona] genuine;
    [sentimiento] genuine, real
    3. [como intensificador]
    es un auténtico imbécil he's a real idiot;
    eso es un auténtico disparate that's completely crazy;
    fue un auténtico desastre it was a total disaster
    * * *
    adj authentic
    * * *
    auténtico, -ca adj
    : authentic
    * * *
    1. (no falso) genuine / authentic

    Spanish-English dictionary > auténtico

  • 11 cierto1

    1 = true [truer -comp., truest -sup.].
    Ex. The Concise AACR2 by Michael Gorman is not a true abridged edition of the full edition, but rather a rewritten distillation of the essential rules and principles.
    ----
    * a ciencia cierta = for sure, for certain.
    * a cierta distancia = some distance away.
    * confirmar que se está en lo cierto = prove + Posesivo + point, make + Posesivo + case.
    * conocer a ciencia cierta = know for + certain, know for + sure, know for + a fact.
    * demostrar que se está en lo cierto = prove + Posesivo + point, make + Posesivo + case.
    * estar en lo cierto = hit + the truth.
    * lo cierto es que = fact is, the fact is (that).
    * por cierto = coincidentally, incidentally, by the way, anecdotally, by the by(e), speaking of which.
    * probar que se está en lo cierto = prove + Posesivo + point, make + Posesivo + case.
    * saber a ciencia cierta = know for + certain, know for + sure, know for + a fact.
    * saber a ciencia cierta que = know + for a fact that.
    * si bien es cierto que = albeit (that).

    Spanish-English dictionary > cierto1

  • 12 cometer un disparate

    (v.) = make + a blunder, make + a bloomer, put + Posesivo + foot in it, put + Posesivo + foot in + Posesivo + mouth, stick + Posesivo + foot in it, drop + a clanger, drop + a bollock, blunder
    Ex. Since its independence 61 years ago our nation has erred, but this time they have made a blunder.
    Ex. He is well-known for making bloomers in public engagements.
    Ex. She somehow manages to put her foot in it and get laughed at every time, usually as a direct consequence of her unsureness of her own capabilities.
    Ex. She put her foot in her mouth when she asked a fat woman who was not pregnant when her baby was due.
    Ex. She's just always shooting her mouth off and sticking her foot in it.
    Ex. After dropping a clanger, you are left with a sense of shame and you just want to disappear and hide away.
    Ex. But we are all only human and I have recently ' dropped a bollock' as we English say.
    Ex. Michael Howard has blundered again, and again he has done so by trying to imitate Blair while lacking his finesse.
    * * *
    (v.) = make + a blunder, make + a bloomer, put + Posesivo + foot in it, put + Posesivo + foot in + Posesivo + mouth, stick + Posesivo + foot in it, drop + a clanger, drop + a bollock, blunder

    Ex: Since its independence 61 years ago our nation has erred, but this time they have made a blunder.

    Ex: He is well-known for making bloomers in public engagements.
    Ex: She somehow manages to put her foot in it and get laughed at every time, usually as a direct consequence of her unsureness of her own capabilities.
    Ex: She put her foot in her mouth when she asked a fat woman who was not pregnant when her baby was due.
    Ex: She's just always shooting her mouth off and sticking her foot in it.
    Ex: After dropping a clanger, you are left with a sense of shame and you just want to disappear and hide away.
    Ex: But we are all only human and I have recently ' dropped a bollock' as we English say.
    Ex: Michael Howard has blundered again, and again he has done so by trying to imitate Blair while lacking his finesse.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cometer un disparate

  • 13 cometer un error garrafal

    (v.) = commit + blunder, make + a bloomer, make + a blunder, drop + a clanger, drop + a bollock, blunder
    Ex. Library staff should be provided with the opportunity to see blunders which they occasionally commit as well as the laudable 'savoir faire' with which they dispatch some reference question.
    Ex. He is well-known for making bloomers in public engagements.
    Ex. Since its independence 61 years ago our nation has erred, but this time they have made a blunder.
    Ex. After dropping a clanger, you are left with a sense of shame and you just want to disappear and hide away.
    Ex. But we are all only human and I have recently ' dropped a bollock' as we English say.
    Ex. Michael Howard has blundered again, and again he has done so by trying to imitate Blair while lacking his finesse.
    * * *
    (v.) = commit + blunder, make + a bloomer, make + a blunder, drop + a clanger, drop + a bollock, blunder

    Ex: Library staff should be provided with the opportunity to see blunders which they occasionally commit as well as the laudable 'savoir faire' with which they dispatch some reference question.

    Ex: He is well-known for making bloomers in public engagements.
    Ex: Since its independence 61 years ago our nation has erred, but this time they have made a blunder.
    Ex: After dropping a clanger, you are left with a sense of shame and you just want to disappear and hide away.
    Ex: But we are all only human and I have recently ' dropped a bollock' as we English say.
    Ex: Michael Howard has blundered again, and again he has done so by trying to imitate Blair while lacking his finesse.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cometer un error garrafal

  • 14 creación

    f.
    creation, formation, generation.
    * * *
    1 (gen) creation
    2 (fundación) foundation, establishment, setting up
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=acción)
    a) [de obra, objeto, empleo, ambiente] creation
    b) [de empresa, asociación]
    2) (=cosa creada) creation
    3)

    la Creación — (Rel) the Creation

    * * *
    1)
    a) ( acción) creation
    b) ( cosa creada) creation
    2) (Relig) la Creación the Creation
    * * *
    = assignment, authoring, building, construction, creation, establishment, formation, foundation, generation, provision, setting up, organisation [organization, -USA], brain child [brainchild], constitution, fashioning, crafting, oeuvre, set-up.
    Ex. Similar principles may be applied in the formulation and assignment of headings irrespective of the physical form of the document.
    Ex. This article presents a detailed discussion of the use of Hypermedia for authoring, organisation and presentation of information.
    Ex. Building a search profile has much in common with building a document profile during indexing.
    Ex. In the attempt to match the above criteria, there are two fundamentally distinct avenues to the construction of the schedules of a classification scheme.
    Ex. It is worth briefly observing a general approach to the creation of a data base.
    Ex. Music, especially classical works, often requires the establishment of a uniform title.
    Ex. In 1970 she pointed to inconsistencies in the formation and arrangement of headings, the presence of useless ones, and variations in actual practice from what is thought to be practiced.
    Ex. In the early part of the 20th century donations were received from William K. Bixby which led to the foundation of the rare book collection.
    Ex. Information retrieval follows from the generation of an index.
    Ex. Some school libraries are becoming involved in life-long learning but local government and public libraries must take responsibility for provisions for this.
    Ex. This contribution outlines the setting up of the systems, its benefits and problems encountered.
    Ex. This article discusses the history of the organisation of readers' camps for students of secondary schools in Slovakia which dates back to 1979.
    Ex. This paper reports an interview with Michael O'Donnell, whose brainchild, Salon Magazine is a successful World Wide Web only publication that has managed to forge a powerful identity without a printed counterpart.
    Ex. The chemical constitution of these materials is described and their deterioration characteristics explained.
    Ex. The university is a major force in the fashioning of the constantly changing urban way of life.
    Ex. This volume tellingly reveals the many negotiations, improvisations, sleights-of-hand, and slipknots that were a part of the crafting of Hitchcock's films.
    Ex. For about a 3rd of the departments, publications not covered in citation indexes accounted for at least 30 per cent of the citations to their total oeuvre.
    Ex. Areas of particular concern are: equipment set-up and use; helping develop search strategies, logon/logoff procedures; and emergency assistance when things go wrong.
    ----
    * artes de creación literaria y artística, las = creative arts, the.
    * compañía de nueva creación = startup [start-up].
    * creación artística = art work.
    * creación artística barata = kitsch.
    * creación de acuerdo de colaboración = partnership building.
    * creación de categorías = categorisation [categorization, -USA].
    * creación de coaliciones = coalition building.
    * creación de conglomerados = conglomeration.
    * creación de depósitos de datos = data warehousing.
    * creación de documentos secundarios = surrogacy.
    * creación de empleo = job creation.
    * creación de imágenes digitales = digital imaging.
    * creación de impedimentos = fence building.
    * creación de las montañas = mountain-building.
    * creación de lazos de amistad entre hombres = male bonding.
    * creación de leyes = rulemaking [rule-making].
    * creación de los índices de un libro = back-of-the-book indexing, back-of-book indexing.
    * creación de modelos = modelling [modeling, -USA].
    * creación de obstáculos = fence building.
    * creación de perfiles de usuario = user profiling.
    * creación de prototipos = prototyping.
    * creación de referencias cruzadas = cross-referencing.
    * creación de réplicas en Internet = mirroring.
    * creación de servidor copia = site mirroring.
    * creación de servidor espejo = site mirroring.
    * creación de servidor réplica = site mirroring.
    * creación de sitio espejo = site mirroring.
    * creación de sustitutos documentales = surrogacy.
    * creación divina = divine creation.
    * creación rápida de prototipos = rapid prototyping.
    * de creación = authorial.
    * de reciente creación = newly developed [newly-developed].
    * empresa de nueva creación = this sort of thing, startup [start-up].
    * investigación para la creación de innovaciones = innovation research.
    * milagro de la creación, el = miracle of creation, the.
    * obra de creación literaria = fiction book.
    * obra de creación original = creative work.
    * obras de creación literaria = fiction.
    * tecnología para la creación de imágenes digitales = digital imaging technology.
    * * *
    1)
    a) ( acción) creation
    b) ( cosa creada) creation
    2) (Relig) la Creación the Creation
    * * *
    = assignment, authoring, building, construction, creation, establishment, formation, foundation, generation, provision, setting up, organisation [organization, -USA], brain child [brainchild], constitution, fashioning, crafting, oeuvre, set-up.

    Ex: Similar principles may be applied in the formulation and assignment of headings irrespective of the physical form of the document.

    Ex: This article presents a detailed discussion of the use of Hypermedia for authoring, organisation and presentation of information.
    Ex: Building a search profile has much in common with building a document profile during indexing.
    Ex: In the attempt to match the above criteria, there are two fundamentally distinct avenues to the construction of the schedules of a classification scheme.
    Ex: It is worth briefly observing a general approach to the creation of a data base.
    Ex: Music, especially classical works, often requires the establishment of a uniform title.
    Ex: In 1970 she pointed to inconsistencies in the formation and arrangement of headings, the presence of useless ones, and variations in actual practice from what is thought to be practiced.
    Ex: In the early part of the 20th century donations were received from William K. Bixby which led to the foundation of the rare book collection.
    Ex: Information retrieval follows from the generation of an index.
    Ex: Some school libraries are becoming involved in life-long learning but local government and public libraries must take responsibility for provisions for this.
    Ex: This contribution outlines the setting up of the systems, its benefits and problems encountered.
    Ex: This article discusses the history of the organisation of readers' camps for students of secondary schools in Slovakia which dates back to 1979.
    Ex: This paper reports an interview with Michael O'Donnell, whose brainchild, Salon Magazine is a successful World Wide Web only publication that has managed to forge a powerful identity without a printed counterpart.
    Ex: The chemical constitution of these materials is described and their deterioration characteristics explained.
    Ex: The university is a major force in the fashioning of the constantly changing urban way of life.
    Ex: This volume tellingly reveals the many negotiations, improvisations, sleights-of-hand, and slipknots that were a part of the crafting of Hitchcock's films.
    Ex: For about a 3rd of the departments, publications not covered in citation indexes accounted for at least 30 per cent of the citations to their total oeuvre.
    Ex: Areas of particular concern are: equipment set-up and use; helping develop search strategies, logon/logoff procedures; and emergency assistance when things go wrong.
    * artes de creación literaria y artística, las = creative arts, the.
    * compañía de nueva creación = startup [start-up].
    * creación artística = art work.
    * creación artística barata = kitsch.
    * creación de acuerdo de colaboración = partnership building.
    * creación de categorías = categorisation [categorization, -USA].
    * creación de coaliciones = coalition building.
    * creación de conglomerados = conglomeration.
    * creación de depósitos de datos = data warehousing.
    * creación de documentos secundarios = surrogacy.
    * creación de empleo = job creation.
    * creación de imágenes digitales = digital imaging.
    * creación de impedimentos = fence building.
    * creación de las montañas = mountain-building.
    * creación de lazos de amistad entre hombres = male bonding.
    * creación de leyes = rulemaking [rule-making].
    * creación de los índices de un libro = back-of-the-book indexing, back-of-book indexing.
    * creación de modelos = modelling [modeling, -USA].
    * creación de obstáculos = fence building.
    * creación de perfiles de usuario = user profiling.
    * creación de prototipos = prototyping.
    * creación de referencias cruzadas = cross-referencing.
    * creación de réplicas en Internet = mirroring.
    * creación de servidor copia = site mirroring.
    * creación de servidor espejo = site mirroring.
    * creación de servidor réplica = site mirroring.
    * creación de sitio espejo = site mirroring.
    * creación de sustitutos documentales = surrogacy.
    * creación divina = divine creation.
    * creación rápida de prototipos = rapid prototyping.
    * de creación = authorial.
    * de reciente creación = newly developed [newly-developed].
    * empresa de nueva creación = this sort of thing, startup [start-up].
    * investigación para la creación de innovaciones = innovation research.
    * milagro de la creación, el = miracle of creation, the.
    * obra de creación literaria = fiction book.
    * obra de creación original = creative work.
    * obras de creación literaria = fiction.
    * tecnología para la creación de imágenes digitales = digital imaging technology.

    * * *
    A
    1 (acción) creation
    la posibilidad de la creación de un organismo que … the possibility of setting up o creating a body which …
    la creación de 500 nuevos puestos de trabajo the creation of 500 new jobs
    la creación de un sistema más equitativo the creation o establishment of a fairer system
    un siglo de espléndida creación literaria y artística a century of outstanding creative activity, both literary and artistic
    2 (cosa creada) creation
    una de las grandes creaciones literarias de nuestro tiempo one of the great literary creations o works of our time
    una creación de un famoso modisto francés a creation by a famous French designer
    B ( Relig)
    la Creación the Creation
    * * *

     

    creación sustantivo femenino

    b) (Relig)


    creación sustantivo femenino creation
    ' creación' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    dudosa
    - dudoso
    - invención
    - empleo
    - engendro
    - obra
    English:
    brainchild
    - creation
    - making
    - brain
    - development
    - establishment
    - job
    * * *
    1. [acción] creation;
    la creación de empleo job creation;
    la creación de riqueza the creation of wealth;
    la creación artística artistic creativity;
    creación literaria [materia] creative writing;
    su objetivo es la creación a largo plazo de una sociedad más justa their long-term aim is to create a fairer society
    2. [resultado] creation;
    una de las últimas creaciones del escultor belga one of the Belgian sculptor's latest creations
    3.
    la Creación [el mundo] Creation
    * * *
    f creation
    * * *
    creación nf, pl - ciones : creation
    * * *
    creación n creation

    Spanish-English dictionary > creación

  • 15 crearse una identidad

    (v.) = forge + identity
    Ex. This paper reports an interview with Michael O'Donnell, whose brainchild, Salon Magazine is a successful World Wide Web only publication that has managed to forge a powerful identity without a printed counterpart.
    * * *
    (v.) = forge + identity

    Ex: This paper reports an interview with Michael O'Donnell, whose brainchild, Salon Magazine is a successful World Wide Web only publication that has managed to forge a powerful identity without a printed counterpart.

    Spanish-English dictionary > crearse una identidad

  • 16 depurador

    adj.
    cleansing, purifying.
    m.
    1 purifier.
    2 debugger, debug tool.
    3 clearer, cleaning strainer, pre-cleaner.
    * * *
    1 purifying
    1 (sustancia) depurative; (aparato) purifier
    ————————
    1 (sustancia) depurative; (aparato) purifier
    * * *
    * * *
    Ex. He is the most recent reformer to nail his purifying theses to the door of conservatism's cathedral is Michael Gerson.
    * * *

    Ex: He is the most recent reformer to nail his purifying theses to the door of conservatism's cathedral is Michael Gerson.

    * * *
    purifier
    * * *

    depurador,-ora
    I adjetivo purifying
    II sustantivo femenino purifier
    ' depurador' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    depuradora
    * * *
    depurador, -ora
    adj
    purifying
    nm
    1. [de agua, gas] purifier
    2. Informát debugger

    Spanish-English dictionary > depurador

  • 17 drogadicción intravenosa

    Ex. Michael Jackson's corpse had the hallmarks of longtime intravenous drug use.
    * * *

    Ex: Michael Jackson's corpse had the hallmarks of longtime intravenous drug use.

    Spanish-English dictionary > drogadicción intravenosa

  • 18 elaboración de cerveza

    (n.) = brewing, beer brewing
    Ex. The building of the public library was donated by Michael Thomas Bass, head of one of the UK's most famous brewing families.
    Ex. The importance of beer brewing in ancient Egypt can be seen from the fact that the scribes created an extra hieroglyph for 'brewer'.
    * * *
    (n.) = brewing, beer brewing

    Ex: The building of the public library was donated by Michael Thomas Bass, head of one of the UK's most famous brewing families.

    Ex: The importance of beer brewing in ancient Egypt can be seen from the fact that the scribes created an extra hieroglyph for 'brewer'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > elaboración de cerveza

  • 19 espantoso

    adj.
    frightening, frightful, fearsome, dreadful.
    * * *
    1 (terrible) frightful, dreadful
    2 (asombroso) astonishing, amazing
    3 (desmesurado) dreadful, terrible
    hizo un frío espantoso the cold was awful, it was absolutely freezing
    * * *
    (f. - espantosa)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=aterrador) frightening
    2) [para exagerar]

    llevaba un traje espantososhe was wearing an awful o a hideous o a frightful o ghastly * hat

    * * *
    - sa adjetivo
    a) <escena/crimen> horrific, appalling
    b) (fam) ( uso hiperbólico) <comida/letra/tiempo> atrocious; <vestido/color> hideous; <ruido/voz> terrible, awful

    hace un calor espantosoit's boiling o roasting hot (colloq)

    * * *
    = frightening, harrowing, atrocious, awful, frightful, dire, ghastly, fear-inducing, hideous, shocking, horrible, dreadful, grisly [grislier -comp., grisliest -sup.], god-awful, groundshaking, nightmarish.
    Ex. No echo of so frightening a concept, 'class', ever lingers within the hushed precincts of our libraries.
    Ex. See Michael R. Booth, 'English Melodrama', for further details of this harrowing tale.
    Ex. The public library's selection of books for small boys is atrocious.
    Ex. These articles were written by those who have had first hand experience of the awful consequences of not devoting enough time to testing their security systems.
    Ex. The book, written by a man who is not a military historian as such, is concerned above all with showing the war's hideousness, its frightful human cost, its pathos and loss, and its essential failure to achieve its objectives.
    Ex. Throughout the process of development, debate and enactment of the Digital Millennium Act in the USA, many dire forebodings were envisaged for the library profession.
    Ex. True, ghastly additions were made to XML.
    Ex. The author suggests that the ability to enjoy fear-inducing media increases with age.
    Ex. The book focuses on images where hideous atrocities -- e.g., murder, blasphemy, wanton destruction and even cannibalism -- are shown to be part of the daily life of the common people of Paris during the revolution.
    Ex. The author mentions several recent shocking revelations concerning the activities of the Japanese government and its officials.
    Ex. Not saving the wildlife is too horrible to contemplate, but saving it will require us to accept harsh realities and abandon romantic notions.
    Ex. The same author also wrote the book 'Serials deselection: a dreadful dilemma'.
    Ex. Much of what he sees and shows his readers is grim, if not grisly.
    Ex. The director and deputies deserve the most recognition because they actually had to give up time with their families for the god-awful places we sent them.
    Ex. The author gives an insider's perspective on what it feels like to be an Arab since the groundshaking events of 1967 when Arab hopes were unexpectedly shattered by the outcome of the Arab Israeli war.
    Ex. It was the drugs that made me mad: Jane was anorexic, but the treatment prescribed pushed her over the edge for 22 nightmarish years.
    ----
    * dolor de cabeza espantoso = splitting headache.
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo
    a) <escena/crimen> horrific, appalling
    b) (fam) ( uso hiperbólico) <comida/letra/tiempo> atrocious; <vestido/color> hideous; <ruido/voz> terrible, awful

    hace un calor espantosoit's boiling o roasting hot (colloq)

    * * *
    = frightening, harrowing, atrocious, awful, frightful, dire, ghastly, fear-inducing, hideous, shocking, horrible, dreadful, grisly [grislier -comp., grisliest -sup.], god-awful, groundshaking, nightmarish.

    Ex: No echo of so frightening a concept, 'class', ever lingers within the hushed precincts of our libraries.

    Ex: See Michael R. Booth, 'English Melodrama', for further details of this harrowing tale.
    Ex: The public library's selection of books for small boys is atrocious.
    Ex: These articles were written by those who have had first hand experience of the awful consequences of not devoting enough time to testing their security systems.
    Ex: The book, written by a man who is not a military historian as such, is concerned above all with showing the war's hideousness, its frightful human cost, its pathos and loss, and its essential failure to achieve its objectives.
    Ex: Throughout the process of development, debate and enactment of the Digital Millennium Act in the USA, many dire forebodings were envisaged for the library profession.
    Ex: True, ghastly additions were made to XML.
    Ex: The author suggests that the ability to enjoy fear-inducing media increases with age.
    Ex: The book focuses on images where hideous atrocities -- e.g., murder, blasphemy, wanton destruction and even cannibalism -- are shown to be part of the daily life of the common people of Paris during the revolution.
    Ex: The author mentions several recent shocking revelations concerning the activities of the Japanese government and its officials.
    Ex: Not saving the wildlife is too horrible to contemplate, but saving it will require us to accept harsh realities and abandon romantic notions.
    Ex: The same author also wrote the book 'Serials deselection: a dreadful dilemma'.
    Ex: Much of what he sees and shows his readers is grim, if not grisly.
    Ex: The director and deputies deserve the most recognition because they actually had to give up time with their families for the god-awful places we sent them.
    Ex: The author gives an insider's perspective on what it feels like to be an Arab since the groundshaking events of 1967 when Arab hopes were unexpectedly shattered by the outcome of the Arab Israeli war.
    Ex: It was the drugs that made me mad: Jane was anorexic, but the treatment prescribed pushed her over the edge for 22 nightmarish years.
    * dolor de cabeza espantoso = splitting headache.

    * * *
    1 ‹escena/crimen› horrific, appalling
    fue una experiencia espantosa it was a horrific o horrifying experience
    2 ( fam)
    (uso hiperbólico): hace un calor espantoso it's boiling o roasting, it's incredibly o unbearably hot ( colloq)
    pasamos un frío espantoso we were absolutely freezing ( colloq)
    tengo un hambre espantosa I'm ravenous o starving ( colloq)
    la comida era espantosa the food was atrocious o ghastly
    ¡qué sombrero tan espantoso! what a hideous o an awful hat
    esta máquina hace un ruido espantoso this machine makes a terrible o dreadful noise ( colloq)
    llueve que es una cosa espantosa it's absolutely pouring ( colloq), it's bucketing down ( colloq)
    * * *

    espantoso
    ◊ -sa adjetivo

    a)escena/crimen horrific, appalling

    b) (fam) ( uso hiperbólico) ‹comida/letra/tiempo atrocious;

    vestido/color hideous;
    ruido/voz terrible, awful;

    espantoso,-a adjetivo
    1 (horripilante) horrifying, appalling: es un asunto espantoso, it's a horrifying situation
    2 fam (uso hiperbólico) tengo unas ganas espantosas de que llegue el fin de semana, I'm dying for the weekend to come!
    3 fam (muy feo) awful, hideous: ¡quítate ese espantoso sombrero!, take off that awful hat!
    ' espantoso' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    berrido
    - espantosa
    - ridícula
    - ridículo
    - sueño
    - tener
    - hacer
    English:
    diabolic
    - diabolical
    - dreadful
    - frightening
    - frightful
    - ghastly
    - gruesome
    - hairy
    - hideous
    - horrendous
    - interminable
    - shocking
    - stinking
    - wretched
    - abominable
    - atrocious
    - boiling
    - dire
    - excruciating
    - horrific
    - split
    - terrible
    - terrific
    * * *
    espantoso, -a adj
    1. [pavoroso] horrific
    2. [enorme] terrible;
    allí dentro hacía un calor espantoso it was roasting o boiling o terribly hot in there;
    tengo un frío espantoso I'm freezing to death;
    teníamos un hambre espantosa we were famished o starving
    3. [feísimo] hideous, frightful;
    llevaba un vestido espantoso she was wearing a hideous o frightful dress
    4. [pasmoso] appalling, shocking;
    el servicio postal era espantoso the postal service was appalling;
    * * *
    adj
    1 horrific, appalling
    2 para enfatizar terrible, dreadful;
    hace un calor espantoso it’s terribly o incredibly hot
    * * *
    espantoso, -sa adj
    1) : frightening, terrifying
    2) : frightful, dreadful
    * * *
    espantoso adj awful / dreadful

    Spanish-English dictionary > espantoso

  • 20 estar mal

    v.
    1 to be sick, to be ill.
    María está mal Mary is sick.
    2 to be wrong, to be at fault, to be completely wrong.
    Lo que hiciste está mal What you did is wrong.
    3 to be bad, to be out of service.
    El televisor está mal The TV is bad.
    * * *
    (v.) = be wrong, feel under + the weather, be under the weather
    Ex. He began swearing and saying 'I don't know what you're on about, whatever we do, it's wrong!' and of course I answered his nastiness back.
    Ex. Staying out late, lots of glasses of wine and having way too much fun has resulted in us both feeling under the weather all weekend long.
    Ex. Michael Jackson is 'a little bit under the weather,' but hasn't sought hospital treatment, his spokeswoman said.
    * * *
    (v.) = be wrong, feel under + the weather, be under the weather

    Ex: He began swearing and saying 'I don't know what you're on about, whatever we do, it's wrong!' and of course I answered his nastiness back.

    Ex: Staying out late, lots of glasses of wine and having way too much fun has resulted in us both feeling under the weather all weekend long.
    Ex: Michael Jackson is 'a little bit under the weather,' but hasn't sought hospital treatment, his spokeswoman said.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estar mal

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