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architecture

  • 1 Antigua Grecia

    Ex. The Conway Library is a collection of photographs of architecture and sculpture from Ancient Greece to the present.
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    Ex: The Conway Library is a collection of photographs of architecture and sculpture from Ancient Greece to the present.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Antigua Grecia

  • 2 Cuerpo de Zapadores

    Ex. The purpose of the system is to assist architecture firms under contract with the Army Corps Engineers in locating regulations or guidelines on the planning, design or construction of army facilities.
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    Ex: The purpose of the system is to assist architecture firms under contract with the Army Corps Engineers in locating regulations or guidelines on the planning, design or construction of army facilities.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Cuerpo de Zapadores

  • 3 DOMINO

    m.
    Domino, Antoine Domino.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: dominar.
    * * *
    1 (juego) dominoes plural
    2 (fichas) set of dominoes
    3 (disfraz) domino
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=juego) dominoes pl ; (=conjunto de fichas) set of dominoes
    2) (=pieza) domino
    * * *
    masculino (pl - nós)
    a) ( juego) dominoes

    jugar or (Esp, RPl) al dominó — to play dominoes

    b) ( ficha) domino
    * * *
    = DOMINO, domino.
    Ex. This article describes the architecture and the main features of DOMINO, a multimedia information retrieval system whose data base is a collection of multimedia documents (MDs) constituted of a mixing of texts and images.
    Ex. Unlike most of their fellow workers, they have 'primitive' social interests, limited to games of cards & dominoes, & are heavy drinkers.
    ----
    * efecto dominó = knock-on effect, chain reaction.
    * efecto dominó, el = ripple effect, the, domino effect, the.
    * jugar al dominó = play + dominoes.
    * * *
    masculino (pl - nós)
    a) ( juego) dominoes

    jugar or (Esp, RPl) al dominó — to play dominoes

    b) ( ficha) domino
    * * *
    = DOMINO, domino.

    Ex: This article describes the architecture and the main features of DOMINO, a multimedia information retrieval system whose data base is a collection of multimedia documents (MDs) constituted of a mixing of texts and images.

    Ex: Unlike most of their fellow workers, they have 'primitive' social interests, limited to games of cards & dominoes, & are heavy drinkers.
    * efecto dominó = knock-on effect, chain reaction.
    * efecto dominó, el = ripple effect, the, domino effect, the.
    * jugar al dominó = play + dominoes.

    * * *
    (pl - nós)
    A
    1 (juego) dominoes
    jugar al dominó to play dominoes
    2 (ficha) domino
    B (disfraz) domino
    * * *

    Del verbo dominar: ( conjugate dominar)

    domino es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    dominó es:

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

    Multiple Entries:
    dominar    
    dominó
    dominar ( conjugate dominar) verbo transitivo
    a) ( controlar) ‹nación/territorio/persona to dominate;

    pasión/cólera to control;
    vehículo/caballo to control;
    dominado por la ambición/los celos ruled by ambition/consumed by jealousy


    tema/asignaturato know … very well


    verbo intransitivo [color/tendencia] to predominate;
    [ opinión] to prevail;
    [ equipo] to dominate
    dominarse verbo pronominal [ persona] to restrain o control oneself
    dominó sustantivo masculino (pl
    ◊ - nós)


    jugar or (Esp, RPl) al dominó to play dominoes

    dominar
    I verbo transitivo
    1 (un pueblo, país) to dominate, rule
    2 (contener, controlar) to control
    3 (conocer perfectamente: un idioma) to speak very well
    (: un asunto, una actividad) to master
    4 (con la vista) to overlook
    II verbo intransitivo
    1 to dominate
    2 (un color, una característica) to stand out
    dominó sustantivo masculino dominoes pl
    ' dominó' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ficha
    - blanca
    - robar
    English:
    domino
    - domino effect
    - ripple effect
    * * *
    1. [juego] dominoes [singular];
    jugar al dominó to play dominoes
    2. [fichas] set of dominoes
    * * *
    m dominoes pl
    * * *
    dominó nm, pl - nós
    1) : domino (tile)
    2) : dominoes pl (game)
    * * *
    1. (ficha) domino
    2. (juego) dominoes

    Spanish-English dictionary > DOMINO

  • 4 Revolución Francesa, la

    = French Revolution, the
    Ex. The article 'A sanctuary for sciences: architecture projects for the Bibliotheque Nationale during the revolution' relates the history of the various conversion projects prepared for the national library before the French Revolution.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Revolución Francesa, la

  • 5 abrirse en espiral

    (v.) = spiral out
    Ex. Their choices of local historical architecture and traditional quilt-making spiraled out to include photography, historical fiction, and quilted pillows, which were eventually exhibited at city hall.
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    (v.) = spiral out

    Ex: Their choices of local historical architecture and traditional quilt-making spiraled out to include photography, historical fiction, and quilted pillows, which were eventually exhibited at city hall.

    Spanish-English dictionary > abrirse en espiral

  • 6 acolchado

    adj.
    padded, quilted.
    m.
    1 quilt.
    2 padding, quilting.
    3 mulching.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: acolchar.
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    1 padding, quilting
    ————————
    1→ link=acolchar acolchar
    1 (superficie) padded; (prenda) quilted
    1 padding, quilting
    * * *
    1.
    ADJ [tela] quilted, padded; [sobre] padded
    2. SM
    1) [de tela] quilting; [de sobre] padding
    2) Cono Sur eiderdown
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    I
    - da adjetivo <bata/tela> quilted; < pared> padded
    II
    a) (de puerta, pared) padding
    b) (RPl) ( colcha) eiderdown
    * * *
    = cushioned, quilted.
    Ex. Last year I did not prefer cushioned running shoes, but now I'm a year older with new aches and pains, so I want a shoe with added support.
    Ex. Their choices of local historical architecture and traditional quilt-making spiraled out to include photography, historical fiction, and quilted pillows, which were eventually exhibited at city hall.
    ----
    * acolchado con papel = paper padded.
    * acolchado con plástico de burbujas = bubble padded.
    * chaleco acolchado = body warmer.
    * * *
    I
    - da adjetivo <bata/tela> quilted; < pared> padded
    II
    a) (de puerta, pared) padding
    b) (RPl) ( colcha) eiderdown
    * * *
    = cushioned, quilted.

    Ex: Last year I did not prefer cushioned running shoes, but now I'm a year older with new aches and pains, so I want a shoe with added support.

    Ex: Their choices of local historical architecture and traditional quilt-making spiraled out to include photography, historical fiction, and quilted pillows, which were eventually exhibited at city hall.
    * acolchado con papel = paper padded.
    * acolchado con plástico de burbujas = bubble padded.
    * chaleco acolchado = body warmer.

    * * *
    acolchado1 -da
    1 ‹bata/tela› quilted
    2 ‹pared› padded
    1 (de una puerta, pared) padding
    2 ( RPl) (colcha) eiderdown
    * * *

    Del verbo acolchar: ( conjugate acolchar)

    acolchado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    acolchado    
    acolchar
    acolchar,


    pared/puerta to pad
    acolchado,-a adj (tela, prenda) quilted
    (pared, etc) padded
    acolchar verbo transitivo
    1 (los suelos, las paredes) to pad
    2 (una tela, una prenda) to quilt
    ' acolchado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    acolchada
    - chaleco
    English:
    quilted
    - pad
    - quilt
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    acolchado, -a
    adj
    1. [tela]
    tela acolchada quilted material
    2. [puerta] padded
    nm
    RP [edredón] bedspread
    * * *
    Rpl
    I adj quilted
    II m bedspread

    Spanish-English dictionary > acolchado

  • 7 adherirse a

    v.
    1 to stick to, to adhere to, to hold to, to hold by.
    María se adhiere a sus ideales Mary sticks to her ideals.
    2 to side with, to rally to, to rally around.
    Silvia se adhiere al partido de derecha Silvia sides with the right wing.
    3 to stick to, to cleave to.
    La etiqueta se adhiere a la tela The label sticks to the fabric.
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    * * *
    (v.) = adhere to, cling to, espouse, fall in with, stick to, align, cleave to, hew to
    Ex. Since BC adheres closely to the educational and scientific consensus, BC found most favour with libraries in educational establishments.
    Ex. It would be a mistake to cling to the seeming comforts of the old ways at the cost of being unable to get the full advantages of the new ones.
    Ex. Most respondents espoused the latter view as an appropriate response to IT developments to date.
    Ex. Stanton fell in with the suggestion readily.
    Ex. It might be striking to outline the instrumentalities of the future more spectacularly, rather than to stick closely to methods and elements now known.
    Ex. Fiction is an area of stock development and promotion which would readily achieve the goals of development with which public librarians have aligned themselves.
    Ex. The government seems to spurn the architecture profession and there is a growing rift between architects who assert their utility and those who cleave to artistic prerogatives.
    Ex. The structure adopted hews to the theoretical model of the resilient organization as described by Enright.
    * * *
    (v.) = adhere to, cling to, espouse, fall in with, stick to, align, cleave to, hew to

    Ex: Since BC adheres closely to the educational and scientific consensus, BC found most favour with libraries in educational establishments.

    Ex: It would be a mistake to cling to the seeming comforts of the old ways at the cost of being unable to get the full advantages of the new ones.
    Ex: Most respondents espoused the latter view as an appropriate response to IT developments to date.
    Ex: Stanton fell in with the suggestion readily.
    Ex: It might be striking to outline the instrumentalities of the future more spectacularly, rather than to stick closely to methods and elements now known.
    Ex: Fiction is an area of stock development and promotion which would readily achieve the goals of development with which public librarians have aligned themselves.
    Ex: The government seems to spurn the architecture profession and there is a growing rift between architects who assert their utility and those who cleave to artistic prerogatives.
    Ex: The structure adopted hews to the theoretical model of the resilient organization as described by Enright.

    Spanish-English dictionary > adherirse a

  • 8 aferrarse a

    v.
    1 to cling to, to fasten upon, to fasten on, to fasten on to.
    María se aferró al marco de la ventMaría Mary clung to the window sill.
    2 to stick to.
    El chiquito se aferró a su madre The little boy stuck to his mother.
    * * *
    1 to clutch to, cling to
    * * *
    (v.) = cling to, fixate on, latch on to, stick fast to, hold to, cleave to, hold fast to
    Ex. It would be a mistake to cling to the seeming comforts of the old ways at the cost of being unable to get the full advantages of the new ones.
    Ex. Many publishers seem fixated on the term 'acquisitions librarian' for promotional mailings.
    Ex. Educational establishments have latched on to the word 'information' and have employed it to encompass very different programmes of study.
    Ex. Until the appearance of the online catalogue, entire libraries had actually been 'frozen' for generations, stuck fast to their major commodity - books.
    Ex. This paper views librarians as tenaciously holding to a paper paradigm in an increasingly electronic environment.
    Ex. The government seems to spurn the architecture profession and there is a growing rift between architects who assert their utility and those who cleave to artistic prerogatives.
    Ex. In holding fast to a belief in health promotion, they resisted being coopted by a now discredited market system.
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    (v.) = cling to, fixate on, latch on to, stick fast to, hold to, cleave to, hold fast to

    Ex: It would be a mistake to cling to the seeming comforts of the old ways at the cost of being unable to get the full advantages of the new ones.

    Ex: Many publishers seem fixated on the term 'acquisitions librarian' for promotional mailings.
    Ex: Educational establishments have latched on to the word 'information' and have employed it to encompass very different programmes of study.
    Ex: Until the appearance of the online catalogue, entire libraries had actually been 'frozen' for generations, stuck fast to their major commodity - books.
    Ex: This paper views librarians as tenaciously holding to a paper paradigm in an increasingly electronic environment.
    Ex: The government seems to spurn the architecture profession and there is a growing rift between architects who assert their utility and those who cleave to artistic prerogatives.
    Ex: In holding fast to a belief in health promotion, they resisted being coopted by a now discredited market system.

    Spanish-English dictionary > aferrarse a

  • 9 afinar

    v.
    afinar la voz to sing in tune
    Elsa afina su piano Elsa tunes her piano.
    2 to fine-tune.
    afinar la puntería to improve one's aim
    3 to refine.
    La refinería afina el aceite The refinery refines the oil.
    4 to sing in tune.
    5 to work out, to iron out.
    Ricardo afinó la propuesta Richard works out the proposal.
    6 to attune.
    La privación afina los sentidos Privation attunes the senses
    7 to enhance.
    El maquillaje afina la belleza natural Makeup enhances natural beauty.
    * * *
    1 to perfect, polish
    2 MÚSICA to tune
    3 (puntería) to sharpen
    4 (metales) to purify, refine
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) (Mús) to tune
    2) (Aut) to tune up
    3) (=perfeccionar) to put the finishing touch to, complete; (=pulir) to polish; (Téc) to purify, refine; [+ puntería] to sharpen, make more precise
    2.
    VI to sing in tune, play in tune
    3.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1)
    a) < instrumento> to tune
    b) < coche> to tune up; < motor> to tune
    2) < punta> to sharpen
    2.
    afinarse v pron to become thinner
    * * *
    = refine, tune, hone, fine tune [fine-tune], tune-up.
    Ex. The flush of success with AACR1 gave the code compilers and cataloguers the confidence to criticise the new code with the object of further refining it.
    Ex. Just as delivery must be tuned to suit the kind of material chosen, so must the language used to tell a story.
    Ex. libraries are moving beyond their traditional job as book repository and branching into electronic networks, while still honing their traditional roles as educators and guides.
    Ex. These statistics have been used to fine tune the system and improve response time = Se han usado estos resultados estadísticos para ajustar el funcionamiento del sistema y mejorar el tiempo de respuesta.
    Ex. The author recommends a system architecture approach to data base security which is more likely to bring simplicity, isolatability and flexibility to overall system solutions than will ad hoc attempts to tune-up individual parts.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1)
    a) < instrumento> to tune
    b) < coche> to tune up; < motor> to tune
    2) < punta> to sharpen
    2.
    afinarse v pron to become thinner
    * * *
    = refine, tune, hone, fine tune [fine-tune], tune-up.

    Ex: The flush of success with AACR1 gave the code compilers and cataloguers the confidence to criticise the new code with the object of further refining it.

    Ex: Just as delivery must be tuned to suit the kind of material chosen, so must the language used to tell a story.
    Ex: libraries are moving beyond their traditional job as book repository and branching into electronic networks, while still honing their traditional roles as educators and guides.
    Ex: These statistics have been used to fine tune the system and improve response time = Se han usado estos resultados estadísticos para ajustar el funcionamiento del sistema y mejorar el tiempo de respuesta.
    Ex: The author recommends a system architecture approach to data base security which is more likely to bring simplicity, isolatability and flexibility to overall system solutions than will ad hoc attempts to tune-up individual parts.

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    afinar [A1 ]
    vt
    A
    1 ‹instrumento› to tune
    2 ‹coche› to tune up; ‹motor› to tune
    3 ‹concepto/definición› to perfect, refine, hone
    B ‹punta› to sharpen
    ■ afinar
    vi
    A
    1 (cantar, tocar en el tono debido) «cantante» to sing in tune; «músico» to play in tune
    B (estar alerta) to be/keep on one's toes
    to become thinner
    * * *

    afinar ( conjugate afinar) verbo transitivo
    1

    b) coche to tune up;

    motor to tune
    2 punta to sharpen
    afinar verbo transitivo
    1 (la puntería) to sharpen
    2 (un instrumento) to tune
    ' afinar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    aguzar
    - diapasón
    - puntería
    English:
    attune
    - tune
    - tune up
    - hone
    * * *
    vt
    1. [instrumento] to tune;
    afinar la voz to sing in tune
    2. [perfeccionar, mejorar] to fine-tune;
    afinar la puntería to improve one's aim
    3. [pulir] to refine
    vi
    [cantar] to sing in tune
    * * *
    I v/t
    1 MÚS tune; fig
    fine-tune
    2 punta sharpen
    II v/i play in tune
    * * *
    afinar vt
    1) : to perfect, to refine
    2) : to tune (an instrument)
    afinar vi
    : to sing or play in tune
    * * *
    afinar vb (instrumento) to tune

    Spanish-English dictionary > afinar

  • 10 aislabilidad

    Ex. The author recommends a system architecture approach to data base security which is more likely to bring simplicity, isolatability and flexibility to overall system solutions than will ad hoc attempts to tune-up individual parts.
    * * *

    Ex: The author recommends a system architecture approach to data base security which is more likely to bring simplicity, isolatability and flexibility to overall system solutions than will ad hoc attempts to tune-up individual parts.

    Spanish-English dictionary > aislabilidad

  • 11 ajardinamiento

    Ex. He argues for special attention to faculty offices, landscaping, 'green' architecture, preservation of heritage buildings, removal of eyesore buildings, and safety.
    * * *

    Ex: He argues for special attention to faculty offices, landscaping, 'green' architecture, preservation of heritage buildings, removal of eyesore buildings, and safety.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ajardinamiento

  • 12 almenado

    adj.
    battlemented, castellated, crenellated.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: almenar.
    * * *
    1 crenellated
    * * *
    ADJ battlemented, crenellated
    * * *
    Ex. The author observes that there was no lull in the construction of Scottish castellated architecture between 1480 and 1560.
    * * *

    Ex: The author observes that there was no lull in the construction of Scottish castellated architecture between 1480 and 1560.

    * * *
    crenelated*
    * * *
    almenado, -a adj
    crenellated

    Spanish-English dictionary > almenado

  • 13 altar de sacrificios

    Ex. The sacrificial altars they erected in their settlements to this end were impressive examples of Celtic architecture.
    * * *

    Ex: The sacrificial altars they erected in their settlements to this end were impressive examples of Celtic architecture.

    Spanish-English dictionary > altar de sacrificios

  • 14 ampliable

    adj.
    1 extendible (period).
    2 enlargeable, expandable, upgradeable.
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    1 (gen) extendable, expandable
    un capital inicial de 5.000 euros, ampliable a 500.000 a starting capital of 5,000 euros which may be increased to 500,000
    * * *
    ADJ (=extensible) extendable, which can be extended (a to)
    (Inform) expandable (a to)
    * * *
    = scalable, extendable, extensible.
    Ex. The result is an open, scalable, and interoperable architecture, implemented as a client server approach over a low cost equipment set.
    Ex. The system is adaptable, extendable, modular and fast.
    Ex. The results of this research are extensible to other multimedia database applications.
    * * *
    = scalable, extendable, extensible.

    Ex: The result is an open, scalable, and interoperable architecture, implemented as a client server approach over a low cost equipment set.

    Ex: The system is adaptable, extendable, modular and fast.
    Ex: The results of this research are extensible to other multimedia database applications.

    * * *
    1. [plazo] extendable
    2. Informát expandable
    * * *
    adj contrato de trabajo, alquiler renewable;
    es ampliable it can be extended
    * * *
    : expandable, enlargeable, extendible

    Spanish-English dictionary > ampliable

  • 15 antiestético

    adj.
    unaesthetic, ugly, unsightly, inartistic.
    * * *
    1 ugly, unsightly, unattractive
    * * *
    ADJ unsightly, ugly
    * * *
    - ca adjetivo unsightly
    * * *
    = unaesthetic, unsightly, eyesore.
    Ex. I defy anybody to say that the entries using full ISBD punctuation are in any way confusing, unattractive, unaesthetic, or whatever.
    Ex. He went on to explain that while there were no unsightly slums, there was a fairly large district of rather nondescript homes intermingled with plain two- and three-family brick and frame dwellings, principally in the eastern reaches of the city.
    Ex. He argues for special attention to faculty offices, landscaping, 'green' architecture, preservation of heritage buildings, removal of eyesore buildings, and safety.
    ----
    * algo antiestético = a blot on the landscape.
    * * *
    - ca adjetivo unsightly
    * * *
    = unaesthetic, unsightly, eyesore.

    Ex: I defy anybody to say that the entries using full ISBD punctuation are in any way confusing, unattractive, unaesthetic, or whatever.

    Ex: He went on to explain that while there were no unsightly slums, there was a fairly large district of rather nondescript homes intermingled with plain two- and three-family brick and frame dwellings, principally in the eastern reaches of the city.
    Ex: He argues for special attention to faculty offices, landscaping, 'green' architecture, preservation of heritage buildings, removal of eyesore buildings, and safety.
    * algo antiestético = a blot on the landscape.

    * * *
    unattractive
    la moda actual me resulta antiestética I think today's fashions are unattractive o ugly
    se hizo quitar esas verrugas antiestéticas he had those unsightly warts removed
    * * *

    antiestético
    ◊ -ca adjetivo

    unsightly
    antiestético,-a adjetivo unsightly

    ' antiestético' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    antiestética
    English:
    unsightly
    * * *
    antiestético, -a adj
    unsightly
    * * *
    adj unattractive, unesthetic, Br
    unaesthetic
    * * *
    antiestético, -ca adj
    : unsightly, unattractive

    Spanish-English dictionary > antiestético

  • 16 arquitecto

    m.
    1 architect.
    2 architect, originator, creator.
    * * *
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 architect
    * * *
    (f. - arquitecta)
    noun
    * * *
    arquitecto, -a
    SM / F architect

    arquitecto/a de jardines, arquitecto/a paisajista — landscape gardener

    arquitecto/a técnico/a — quantity surveyor

    * * *
    - ta masculino, femenino architect
    * * *
    = architect, architectural designer.
    Ex. Until recently all libraries and some architects have maintained that an academic library should be capable of extension and that land should be reserved for future expansion.
    Ex. This avenue of investigation leads into spatial approaches used frequently by psychologists, sociologists, and architectural designers = Esta línea de investigación nos lleva a métodos para estudiar el espacio físico usados frecuentmente por los sicólogos, sociólogos y arquitectos.
    ----
    * arquitecto de paisajes = landscape architect.
    * estudio de arquitectos = architecture firm, architectural firm.
    * * *
    - ta masculino, femenino architect
    * * *
    = architect, architectural designer.

    Ex: Until recently all libraries and some architects have maintained that an academic library should be capable of extension and that land should be reserved for future expansion.

    Ex: This avenue of investigation leads into spatial approaches used frequently by psychologists, sociologists, and architectural designers = Esta línea de investigación nos lleva a métodos para estudiar el espacio físico usados frecuentmente por los sicólogos, sociólogos y arquitectos.
    * arquitecto de paisajes = landscape architect.
    * estudio de arquitectos = architecture firm, architectural firm.

    * * *
    masculine, feminine
    architect
    uno de los arquitectos del plan de paz one of the architects of the peace plan
    Compuesto:
    arquitecto técnico, arquitecta técnica
    * * *

     

    arquitecto
    ◊ -ta sustantivo masculino, femenino

    architect
    arquitecto,-a sustantivo masculino y femenino architect

    ' arquitecto' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    algo
    - arquitecta
    - justipreciación
    - asesor
    - estudio
    English:
    architect
    * * *
    arquitecto, -a nm,f
    architect;
    fue el arquitecto de la revolución he was the architect of the revolution
    arquitecto técnico = on-site architect, responsible for the implementation of the designing architect's plans
    * * *
    m, arquitecta f architect
    * * *
    arquitecto, -ta n
    : architect
    * * *
    arquitecto n architect

    Spanish-English dictionary > arquitecto

  • 17 arquitectura

    f.
    architecture (gen) & (computing).
    * * *
    1 architecture
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *

    arquitectura de jardines, arquitectura paisajista — landscape gardening

    * * *
    femenino architecture
    * * *
    Ex. Using gothic architecture instead of architecture is an example of increasing specificity.
    ----
    * arquitectura clásica = classical architecture.
    * arquitectura cliente-servidor = client-server architecture.
    * arquitectura de comunicaciones = communication architecture.
    * arquitectura del paisaje = landscape architecture.
    * arquitectura gótica = Gothic architecture.
    * arquitectura histórica = historical architecture.
    * arquitectura islámica = Islamic architecture.
    * arquitectura militar = military architecture.
    * arquitectura paisajista = landscaping.
    * historiador de arquitectura = architectural historian.
    * * *
    femenino architecture
    * * *

    Ex: Using gothic architecture instead of architecture is an example of increasing specificity.

    * arquitectura clásica = classical architecture.
    * arquitectura cliente-servidor = client-server architecture.
    * arquitectura de comunicaciones = communication architecture.
    * arquitectura del paisaje = landscape architecture.
    * arquitectura gótica = Gothic architecture.
    * arquitectura histórica = historical architecture.
    * arquitectura islámica = Islamic architecture.
    * arquitectura militar = military architecture.
    * arquitectura paisajista = landscaping.
    * historiador de arquitectura = architectural historian.

    * * *
    1 ( Arquit) architecture
    2 ( Inf) architecture
    * * *

     

    arquitectura sustantivo femenino
    architecture
    arquitectura sustantivo femenino architecture
    ' arquitectura' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ambiente
    - románico
    English:
    architecture
    * * *
    1. [arte, técnica] architecture
    arquitectura civil = non-ecclesiastical architecture;
    arquitectura funcional functional architecture;
    arquitectura de interiores interior design;
    arquitectura naval naval architecture;
    arquitectura religiosa ecclesiastical o church architecture
    2. Informát architecture
    arquitectura abierta open architecture
    * * *
    f architecture
    * * *
    : architecture
    * * *
    arquitectura n architecture

    Spanish-English dictionary > arquitectura

  • 18 arquitectura cliente-servidor

    Ex. The article is entitled 'The world of Internet: a client-server architecture and the new generation of information servers'.
    * * *

    Ex: The article is entitled 'The world of Internet: a client-server architecture and the new generation of information servers'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > arquitectura cliente-servidor

  • 19 arquitectura clásica

    Ex. Symbols of permanence and value, as in banknotes for example, have always borrowed from the vocabulary of classical architecture.
    * * *

    Ex: Symbols of permanence and value, as in banknotes for example, have always borrowed from the vocabulary of classical architecture.

    Spanish-English dictionary > arquitectura clásica

  • 20 arquitectura de comunicaciones

    Ex. This article focuses on ways of getting round incompatibilities between different manufacturers' communication architectures and protocols, and the problem posed by synchronisation.
    * * *

    Ex: This article focuses on ways of getting round incompatibilities between different manufacturers' communication architectures and protocols, and the problem posed by synchronisation.

    Spanish-English dictionary > arquitectura de comunicaciones

Mira otros diccionarios:

  • architecture — [ arʃitɛktyr ] n. f. • 1504; lat. architectura 1 ♦ L art de construire les édifices. L architecture, art plastique. Règles, technique de l architecture. ⇒ architectonique. Projet d architecture. Architecture militaire (⇒ fortification) , civile,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • architecture —    Architecture in Spain is an area of great complexity, exemplifying the idiosyncrasies of each region and their distinctive histories, rather than displaying common national characteristics. While Andalusia and the Basque country, for example,… …   Encyclopedia of contemporary Spanish culture

  • architecture — ar‧chi‧tec‧ture [ˈɑːktektʆə ǁ ˈɑːrktektʆər] noun [uncountable] 1. the style or design of a building: • modern architecture 2. the study and practice of planning and designing buildings: • Stirling went to Trinity College to study architecture.… …   Financial and business terms

  • architecture — ARCHITECTURE. s. fém. L art de construire, disposer et orner les édifices. Ancienne et moderne Architecture. Architecture Gothique. Les cinq Ordres d Architecture. Chef d oeuvre d Architecture. f♛/b] On appelle Architecture Militaire, L art de… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • architecture — Architecture. s. f. L Art de bastir. Ancienne & moderne architecture. architecture gothique. architecture Arabesque. les cinq Ordres d architecture. chef d oeuvre d architecture. Il signifie aussi, La disposition & l ordonnance d un bastiment.… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Architecture — Ar chi*tec ture (?; 135), n. [L. architectura, fr. architectus: cf. F. architecture. See {Architect}.] 1. The art or science of building; especially, the art of building houses, churches, bridges, and other structures, for the purposes of civil… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • architecture — architecture, architectonics and their corresponding adjectives architectural and architectonic are often indistinguishable, but they tend to diverge in emphasis. The nouns mean the science of planning and building structures (as churches, houses …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • architecture — [är′kə tek΄chər] n. [Fr < L architectura: see ARCHITECT] 1. the science, art, or profession of designing and constructing buildings, bridges, etc. 2. a building, or buildings collectively 3. a style of construction [Gothic architecture] 4.… …   English World dictionary

  • architecture — ARCHITECTURE: Il n y a que quatre ordre d architecture. Bien entendu qu on ne compte pas l égyptien, le cyclopéen, l assyrien, l indien, le chinois, le gothique, le roman, etc …   Dictionnaire des idées reçues

  • architecture — (n.) 1560s, from M.Fr. architecture, from L. architectura, from architectus architect (see ARCHITECT (Cf. architect)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • architecture — [n1] design of buildings architectonics, building, construction, engineering, planning; concepts 349,439 architecture [n2] design, structure of something composition, constitution, construction, formation, framework, make up, style; concepts… …   New thesaurus


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