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billheads

  • 1 de tamaño estándar

    (adj.) = standard-sized, full-sized
    Ex. If you try to put small boxes of microfilm next to even standard-sized books, there will be problems with books wobbling back and forth which has a detrimental effect on the construction of the book.
    Ex. The platen jobber was a simple machine for dealing with the minor jobs such as billheads and cards for which the hand-press was too slow and the full-sized printing machine too large to be economic.
    * * *
    (adj.) = standard-sized, full-sized

    Ex: If you try to put small boxes of microfilm next to even standard-sized books, there will be problems with books wobbling back and forth which has a detrimental effect on the construction of the book.

    Ex: The platen jobber was a simple machine for dealing with the minor jobs such as billheads and cards for which the hand-press was too slow and the full-sized printing machine too large to be economic.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de tamaño estándar

  • 2 de tamaño normal

    (adj.) = full-sized, normal-sized, ordinary sized
    Ex. The platen jobber was a simple machine for dealing with the minor jobs such as billheads and cards for which the hand-press was too slow and the full-sized printing machine too large to be economic.
    Ex. The reference books are normally left separate from the lending stock and the oversize books may be shelved separately from the normal-sized stock.
    Ex. However, even as late as 1939, male industrial workers, skilled and unskilled, made up only 5% of the library cardholders in an ordinary sized town.
    * * *
    (adj.) = full-sized, normal-sized, ordinary sized

    Ex: The platen jobber was a simple machine for dealing with the minor jobs such as billheads and cards for which the hand-press was too slow and the full-sized printing machine too large to be economic.

    Ex: The reference books are normally left separate from the lending stock and the oversize books may be shelved separately from the normal-sized stock.
    Ex: However, even as late as 1939, male industrial workers, skilled and unskilled, made up only 5% of the library cardholders in an ordinary sized town.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de tamaño normal

  • 3 factura

    f.
    1 invoice.
    factura detallada itemized bill
    factura del gas/del teléfono gas/phone bill
    2 cakes and pastries (repostería). (Argentinian Spanish)
    pres.indicat.
    3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) present indicative of spanish verb: facturar.
    imperat.
    2nd person singular (tú) Imperative of Spanish verb: facturar.
    * * *
    1 invoice, bill
    \
    pasar factura a, presentar factura a to invoice, send a bill to
    pasar factura figurado to make somebody pay 2 (traer consecuencias) to take its toll
    factura pro forma pro forma invoice
    * * *
    noun f.
    1) invoice, bill
    * * *
    SF
    1) (Com) bill, invoice

    pasar o presentar factura a algn — to bill o invoice sb

    pasar factura —

    nos pasarán (la) factura por el apoyo que nos dieron en momentos de crisis — they will call in the favour they did us by supporting us during the crisis

    factura proforma, factura simulada — pro forma invoice

    2) frm (=ejecución)

    cuadros de factura reciente — recently painted pictures, pictures of recent execution

    3) Cono Sur bun, cake
    * * *
    1) (Com) invoice (frml), bill

    presentarle or pasarle factura a alguien — (Fin) to invoice somebody

    2) (RPl) (Coc) rolls, croissants, etc
    * * *
    = bill, invoice, receipt, billhead, sales receipt, sales ticket.
    Ex. At the end of the month a machine can readily be made to read these and to print an ordinary bill.
    Ex. When the invoice for the order is received, an invoice record is place in the invoice file.
    Ex. When he pulls a lever, contacts are made through the holes, machinery at a central point makes the necessary computations and entries, and the proper receipt is printed for the salesman to pass to the customer.
    Ex. The platen jobber was a simple machine for dealing with the minor jobs such as billheads and cards for which the hand-press was too slow and the full-sized printing machine too large to be economic.
    Ex. The textbooks must be in mint condition and the original sales receipt presented.
    Ex. Reimbursement will not be made until original sales tickets are furnished.
    ----
    * cobrar una factura = collect + payment, receive + payment.
    * dar el visto bueno a una factura = clear + invoice.
    * factura de electricidad, agua o gas = utility bill.
    * factura de hotel = hotel bill.
    * factura del teléfono = phone bill, telephone bill.
    * factura pendiente = outstanding invoice.
    * factura proforma = proforma [pro forma], proforma invoice.
    * hacer cuadras las facturas = reconcile + receipts.
    * hacer una factura = make out + bill.
    * liquidar una factura = settle + invoice.
    * pagar la factura = pay + the tab.
    * pagar una factura = settle + invoice, pay + a bill.
    * pagar una factura atrasada = pay off + bill.
    * presentar una factura = submit + bill.
    * recibir facturas = invoice.
    * * *
    1) (Com) invoice (frml), bill

    presentarle or pasarle factura a alguien — (Fin) to invoice somebody

    2) (RPl) (Coc) rolls, croissants, etc
    * * *
    = bill, invoice, receipt, billhead, sales receipt, sales ticket.

    Ex: At the end of the month a machine can readily be made to read these and to print an ordinary bill.

    Ex: When the invoice for the order is received, an invoice record is place in the invoice file.
    Ex: When he pulls a lever, contacts are made through the holes, machinery at a central point makes the necessary computations and entries, and the proper receipt is printed for the salesman to pass to the customer.
    Ex: The platen jobber was a simple machine for dealing with the minor jobs such as billheads and cards for which the hand-press was too slow and the full-sized printing machine too large to be economic.
    Ex: The textbooks must be in mint condition and the original sales receipt presented.
    Ex: Reimbursement will not be made until original sales tickets are furnished.
    * cobrar una factura = collect + payment, receive + payment.
    * dar el visto bueno a una factura = clear + invoice.
    * factura de electricidad, agua o gas = utility bill.
    * factura de hotel = hotel bill.
    * factura del teléfono = phone bill, telephone bill.
    * factura pendiente = outstanding invoice.
    * factura proforma = proforma [pro forma], proforma invoice.
    * hacer cuadras las facturas = reconcile + receipts.
    * hacer una factura = make out + bill.
    * liquidar una factura = settle + invoice.
    * pagar la factura = pay + the tab.
    * pagar una factura = settle + invoice, pay + a bill.
    * pagar una factura atrasada = pay off + bill.
    * presentar una factura = submit + bill.
    * recibir facturas = invoice.

    * * *
    A ( Com) invoice ( frml), bill
    según factura as per invoice
    presentarle or pasarle factura a algn ( Fin) to invoice sb, to send an invoice o a bill to sb
    te hace un favor, pero después te pasa la factura he'll do you a favor, but then he expects something in return
    Compuesto:
    pro forma invoice
    B ( RPl) ( Coc) rolls, croissants, etc
    C ( frml) (hechura) making
    filmes de factura francesa French-made films
    de excelente factura excellently-made
    * * *

     

    Del verbo facturar: ( conjugate facturar)

    factura es:

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

    2ª persona singular (tú) imperativo

    Multiple Entries:
    factura    
    facturar
    factura sustantivo femenino
    1 (Com) invoice (frml), bill;

    2 (RPl) (Coc) rolls, croissants, etc
    facturar ( conjugate facturar) verbo transitivo
    1 (Com)
    a)mercancías/arregloto invoice for, bill for


    2 (Ferr) to register;
    (Aviac) to check in
    verbo intransitivo (Ferr) to register;
    (Aviac) to check in
    factura sustantivo femenino
    1 Com invoice
    2 (recibo) bill
    facturar verbo transitivo
    1 Com to invoice
    2 Av (equipaje) to check in
    ' factura' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    fra.
    - fría
    - frío
    - nota
    - recargar
    - recibo
    - saldo
    - sumar
    - temblar
    - vencer
    - comprender
    - cuenta
    - detallado
    - extender
    - hacer
    - importe
    English:
    amount
    - bill
    - catch up
    - deprivation
    - discrepancy
    - doghouse
    - face
    - invoice
    - lumber
    - pay
    - sales invoice
    - saving
    - workmanship
    - check
    - exquisite
    - quiet
    * * *
    1. [por mercancías, trabajo realizado] invoice;
    [de compra, luz, teléfono] bill;
    extender una factura to issue an invoice;
    pasar o [m5] presentar una factura to send an invoice;
    pasar factura [los excesos, años] to take their toll;
    ya verás cómo te pasa factura por el favor que te hizo just you wait, he'll be wanting something back for the favour he did you
    factura detallada itemized bill; Com factura pro forma o proforma pro forma invoice
    2. [hechura]
    de buena/mala factura well/badly made;
    un mueble de muy bella factura a beautifully made piece of furniture
    3. Arg [repostería] cakes and pastries
    * * *
    f COM invoice; de luz, gas etc bill;
    seguro que luego te pasa la factura I’m sure there’ll be a price to pay;
    todos los excesos de su juventud le están empezando a pasar factura he’s starting to pay the price for all his youthful excesses, all his youthful excesses are starting to take their toll
    * * *
    1) : making, manufacturing
    2) : bill, invoice
    * * *
    factura n invoice / bill

    Spanish-English dictionary > factura

  • 4 minerva

    f.
    1 platen press.
    2 Minerva, goddess of wisdom.
    * * *
    * * *
    = platen jobber, platen, platen machine, flat-platen machine.
    Ex. The platen jobber was a simple machine for dealing with the minor jobs such as billheads and cards for which the hand-press was too slow and the full-sized printing machine too large to be economic.
    Ex. But the early cylinder machines worked less accurately than the platens, tending to slur the impression and batter the type.
    Ex. Finally, most of the platen machines were themselves replaced during the 1860s and 1870s by cylinder machines.
    Ex. Koenig had a flat-platen machine working after a fashion in 1811, and a prototype cylinder machine in 1812 = Koenig ya en 1811 tenía una máquina de presión plana que más o menos funcionaba y un prototipo de máquina rotativa en 1812.
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    * minerva doble = double platen machine.
    * * *
    = platen jobber, platen, platen machine, flat-platen machine.

    Ex: The platen jobber was a simple machine for dealing with the minor jobs such as billheads and cards for which the hand-press was too slow and the full-sized printing machine too large to be economic.

    Ex: But the early cylinder machines worked less accurately than the platens, tending to slur the impression and batter the type.
    Ex: Finally, most of the platen machines were themselves replaced during the 1860s and 1870s by cylinder machines.
    Ex: Koenig had a flat-platen machine working after a fashion in 1811, and a prototype cylinder machine in 1812 = Koenig ya en 1811 tenía una máquina de presión plana que más o menos funcionaba y un prototipo de máquina rotativa en 1812.
    * minerva doble = double platen machine.

    * * *
    Minerva
    * * *
    Minerva n pr
    Mitol Minerva

    Spanish-English dictionary > minerva

  • 5 máquina de presión plana

    (n.) = platen jobber, platen, platen machine, flat-platen machine
    Ex. The platen jobber was a simple machine for dealing with the minor jobs such as billheads and cards for which the hand-press was too slow and the full-sized printing machine too large to be economic.
    Ex. But the early cylinder machines worked less accurately than the platens, tending to slur the impression and batter the type.
    Ex. Finally, most of the platen machines were themselves replaced during the 1860s and 1870s by cylinder machines.
    Ex. Koenig had a flat-platen machine working after a fashion in 1811, and a prototype cylinder machine in 1812 = Koenig ya en 1811 tenía una máquina de presión plana que más o menos funcionaba y un prototipo de máquina rotativa en 1812.
    * * *
    (n.) = platen jobber, platen, platen machine, flat-platen machine

    Ex: The platen jobber was a simple machine for dealing with the minor jobs such as billheads and cards for which the hand-press was too slow and the full-sized printing machine too large to be economic.

    Ex: But the early cylinder machines worked less accurately than the platens, tending to slur the impression and batter the type.
    Ex: Finally, most of the platen machines were themselves replaced during the 1860s and 1870s by cylinder machines.
    Ex: Koenig had a flat-platen machine working after a fashion in 1811, and a prototype cylinder machine in 1812 = Koenig ya en 1811 tenía una máquina de presión plana que más o menos funcionaba y un prototipo de máquina rotativa en 1812.

    Spanish-English dictionary > máquina de presión plana

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