Traducción: de espanol

as a matter of course

  • 1 acontecimiento esperado

    • matter of course

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > acontecimiento esperado

  • 2 cosa común y corriente

    • matter of course

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > cosa común y corriente

  • 3 cosa natural

    • matter of course

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > cosa natural

  • 4 cosa rutinaria

    • matter of course

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > cosa rutinaria

  • 5 como cosa corriente y normal

    • as a matter of course

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  • 6 como cosa normal

    • as a matter of course

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > como cosa normal

  • 7 sin nada especial

    • as a matter of course

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > sin nada especial

  • 8 como algo natural

    Ex. It is easy to forget that in negotiations in Brussels, ministers of the member states usually do begin talking from different standpoints as a matter of course.
    * * *

    Ex: It is easy to forget that in negotiations in Brussels, ministers of the member states usually do begin talking from different standpoints as a matter of course.

    Spanish-English dictionary > como algo natural

  • 9 como algo normal

    Ex. It is easy to forget that in negotiations in Brussels, ministers of the member states usually do begin talking from different standpoints as a matter of course.
    * * *

    Ex: It is easy to forget that in negotiations in Brussels, ministers of the member states usually do begin talking from different standpoints as a matter of course.

    Spanish-English dictionary > como algo normal

  • 10 cosa común

    • a matter of course
    • matter of course

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > cosa común

  • 11 cosa corriente

    • a matter of course
    • matter of course

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > cosa corriente

  • 12 cosa de cajón

    • a matter of course
    • matter of course

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > cosa de cajón

  • 13 cosa común

    f.
    common thing, matter of course, a matter of course.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cosa común

  • 14 cosa corriente

    f.
    common thing, a matter of course, matter of course.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cosa corriente

  • 15 puro cuento

    • that's a good one
    • that's a matter of course

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > puro cuento

  • 16 acontecimiento esperado

    m.
    matter of course.

    Spanish-English dictionary > acontecimiento esperado

  • 17 cosa natural

    f.
    natural thing, matter of course.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cosa natural

  • 18 cosa rutinaria

    f.
    same old thing, matter of course.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cosa rutinaria

  • 19 pues

    adv.
    then.
    conj.
    1 since, as (dado que).
    2 therefore, so (por lo tanto).
    creo, pues, que… so, I think that…
    3 so.
    querías verlo, pues ahí está you wanted to see it, so here it is
    4 because, for, since.
    5 I repeat that, I must repeat that.
    Pues es azul! I repeat that it is blue!
    intj.
    then.
    Compórtese,pues,como debe y evitará problemas Behave,then,as you should...
    * * *
    1 (ya que) since, as
    2 (por lo tanto) therefore, so
    ¡pues claro! of course!
    * * *
    1. conj.
    since, because, as
    2. interj.
    well, then
    * * *
    CONJ
    1) [con valor consecutivo] then

    -tengo sueño -¡pues vete a la cama! — "I'm tired" - "then go to bed!"

    llegó, pues, con dos horas de retraso — so he arrived two hours late

    ¿no vas con ella, pues? — aren't you going with her after all?

    2) [con valor enfático] well

    pues, como te iba contando... — well, as I was saying...

    ¡pues no lo sabía! — well, I didn't know!

    ¡pues claro! — yes, of course!

    pues sí — well, yes; (=naturalmente) certainly

    pues no — well, no; (=de ningún modo) not at all

    ¡pues qué! — come now!, what else did you expect!

    3) [indicando duda]

    pues, no sé — well, I don't know

    4) frm [con valor causal] since, for

    cómpralo, pues lo necesitas — buy it, since you need it

    * * *
    I
    1)
    a) well

    pues mira, yo si fuera tú... — well look, if I were you...

    b) (expresando duda, vacilación) well

    pues... no sé — well... I don't know

    c) ( en exclamaciones) well

    pues yo no sabía nada! — well, I didn't know anything about it!

    ¿a ti te interesaría? - pues claro! — would you be interested? - yes, of course! o why, yes!

    no me gusta - pues no lo comas — I don't like it - well, don't eat it then

    pues si te gusta tanto, cómpralo — if you like it that much, then buy it

    2) (frml) ( porque) as, since
    II
    adverbio (liter o frml)

    ésta es, pues, mi conclusión — this, then, is my conclusion

    llegamos, pues, fa nuestro destino — and so we arrived at our destination

    * * *
    = alas, as, then.
    Ex. This staff reduction would, alas, lead to a reduced number of viewpoints.
    Ex. Clearly, with such a complex range of symbols a filing order for the symbols must be defined, as there is no obvious order.
    Ex. In general then, the analytical approach is to be preferred, but it does have two limitations.
    ----
    * así pues = as such, thus.
    * pues bien = well.
    * * *
    I
    1)
    a) well

    pues mira, yo si fuera tú... — well look, if I were you...

    b) (expresando duda, vacilación) well

    pues... no sé — well... I don't know

    c) ( en exclamaciones) well

    pues yo no sabía nada! — well, I didn't know anything about it!

    ¿a ti te interesaría? - pues claro! — would you be interested? - yes, of course! o why, yes!

    no me gusta - pues no lo comas — I don't like it - well, don't eat it then

    pues si te gusta tanto, cómpralo — if you like it that much, then buy it

    2) (frml) ( porque) as, since
    II
    adverbio (liter o frml)

    ésta es, pues, mi conclusión — this, then, is my conclusion

    llegamos, pues, fa nuestro destino — and so we arrived at our destination

    * * *
    = alas, as, then.

    Ex: This staff reduction would, alas, lead to a reduced number of viewpoints.

    Ex: Clearly, with such a complex range of symbols a filing order for the symbols must be defined, as there is no obvious order.
    Ex: In general then, the analytical approach is to be preferred, but it does have two limitations.
    * así pues = as such, thus.
    * pues bien = well.

    * * *
    A
    1 well
    pues mira, yo si fuera tú me negaba well look, if I were you I'd refuse
    2 (expresando duda, vacilación) well
    ¿tú qué harías? — pues … no sé what would you do? — well … I don't really know
    se lo dijo a todos — ¡pues yo no sabía nada! she told everyone — well, I didn't know anything about it!
    ¡pues haberlo dicho antes! well, you could have said so earlier!
    ¿a ti te interesaría? — ¡pues claro! would you be interested? — yes, of course! o why, yes!
    no me gustapues no lo comas or no lo comas, pues I don't like it — well, don't eat it then o then don't eat it
    pues si te gusta tanto, cómpralo if you like it that much, then buy it o well, if you like it so much, buy it
    B ( frml) (porque) as
    no pudo asistir pues tenía un compromiso anterior he was unable to attend as o since he had a prior engagement ( frml)
    ( liter o frml):
    ésta es, pues, la conclusión a la que se llegó this, then, is the conclusion that was reached
    llegamos, pues, felizmente a nuestro destino and so we arrived safely at our destination
    * * *

     

    pues conjunción


    pues si te gusta tanto, cómpralo if you like it that much, then buy it

    pues
    I conj
    1 (puesto que) since, as: no lo hagas, pues no lo necesitas, don't do it, since you don't need it
    2 (en consecuencia) then
    3 (vacilación) well
    4 (como pregunta) ¿y pues?, and so?
    5 (uso enfático) pues entonces vamos, we'll go then
    II exclamación ¡pues claro que sí!, well, of course!
    ' pues' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    así
    - bien
    - fastidiarse
    - hojuela
    - pascua
    - champú
    - hecho
    - lo
    - ver
    English:
    anyhow
    - average
    - fat
    - then
    - tough
    - well
    - certainly
    - for
    - OK
    * * *
    conj
    1. [entonces, en ese caso] then;
    ¿no quieres ir? pues te quedas en casa you don't want to go? well, stay at home then;
    ¿no querías trabajo? pues ya lo tienes you said you wanted some work, didn't you? well, now you've got it;
    ¿no quieres escucharme? ¡pues te arrepentirás! you won't listen to me, eh? well, you'll regret it!;
    ¿qué quieres hacer, pues? what do you want to do, then?
    2. [enfático]
    ¡pues ya está! well, that's it!;
    ¡pues claro! but of course!;
    pues no certainly not;
    ¡pues vaya amigo que tienes! some friend he is!;
    ¡pues haberlo dicho antes! well, you could have said so earlier!;
    ¿no te gustan? ¡pues a mí me encantan! you don't like them? I LOVE them!
    3. [como comodín]
    pues, como iba diciendo anyway, as I was saying;
    pues nada, cuando tengas noticias de ellos me avisas right, well let me know when you hear from them;
    ¿pues qué te pasa? – pues nada so what's the matter then? – nothing;
    pues ¿qué quieres que te diga?, a mí no me gustó what do you want me to say? I didn't like it
    4. [dado que] since, as;
    no pude verlo, pues olvidé las gafas I couldn't really see it, because I'd forgotten my glasses
    adv
    [por lo tanto] therefore, so;
    creo, pues, que… so, I think that…;
    repito, pues, que hace bien anyway, as I said before, I think he's doing the right thing
    * * *
    conj
    1 well;
    pues bien well;
    ¡pues sí! of course!
    2 fml ( porque) as, since
    * * *
    pues conj
    1) : since, because, for
    no puedo ir, pues no tengo plata: I can't go, since I don't have any money
    lo hace, pues a él le gusta: he does it because he likes to
    2) (used interjectionally) : well, then
    ¡pues claro que sí!: well, of course!
    ¡pues no voy!: well then, I'm not going!
    * * *
    pues conj well
    pues... no lo sé well... I don't know
    pues, no vengas well, don't come then!
    pues claro well, of course!

    Spanish-English dictionary > pues

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