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did he find it

  • 1 Bradford

    m.
    1 Bradford, William Bradford.
    2 Bradford.
    * * *
    Ex. To take a concrete example, if we are studying ' Bradford's law of scattering', we would expect to find Bradford's book Documentation cited.
    ----
    * dispersión de Bradford, la = Bradford distribution, the.
    * Ley de Dispersión de Bradford = Bradford's distribution law, Bradford's Law of Scatter, Bradford's Law of Scattering.
    * * *

    Ex: To take a concrete example, if we are studying ' Bradford's law of scattering', we would expect to find Bradford's book Documentation cited.

    * dispersión de Bradford, la = Bradford distribution, the.
    * Ley de Dispersión de Bradford = Bradford's distribution law, Bradford's Law of Scatter, Bradford's Law of Scattering.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Bradford

  • 2 Buda

    m.
    Buddha.
    * * *
    1 Buddha
    * * *
    * * *
    b) Buda (the) Buddha
    * * *
    = Buddha.
    Ex. For example, we find in Religion P a systematic schedule 'for specification under any religion, sect, church or religious community' in which C is used to indicate Founder ( Buddha PJC, Mohammed PKC and Christ PNB).
    * * *
    b) Buda (the) Buddha
    * * *

    Ex: For example, we find in Religion P a systematic schedule 'for specification under any religion, sect, church or religious community' in which C is used to indicate Founder ( Buddha PJC, Mohammed PKC and Christ PNB).

    * * *
    1 buddha
    2
    Buda Buddha, the Buddha
    * * *
    Buda n pr
    Buddha
    * * *
    m Buddha

    Spanish-English dictionary > Buda

  • 3 CD de música

    (n.) = music CD
    Ex. In the video rental section, shoppers can find films next to their respective books and soundtracks, and titles on music and musicians are alongside related music CDs.
    * * *
    (n.) = music CD

    Ex: In the video rental section, shoppers can find films next to their respective books and soundtracks, and titles on music and musicians are alongside related music CDs.

    Spanish-English dictionary > CD de música

  • 4 Cristo

    m.
    1 crucifix.
    cristo Christ
    armar un cristo to kick up a fuss
    donde cristo dio las tres voces/perdió el gorro (informal figurative) in the back of beyond
    2 Christ, the Son, Good Shepherd.
    * * *
    1 RELIGIÓN Christ
    2 (crucifijo) crucifix
    \
    antes de Cristo before Christ
    armar un Cristo familiar to kick up a big fuss
    después de Cristo anno Domini
    donde Cristo dio las tres voces / donde Cristo perdió el gorro familiar in the middle of nowhere
    estar hecho un Cristo familiar to be a sorry sight, look a right state
    no había ni Cristo nobody was there, there wasn't a soul
    poner a alguien hecho un Cristo familiar to have a real go at somebody
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    SM
    (Rel)
    1) (=Jesucristo) Christ
    - donde Cristo dio las tres voces
    2) (=imagen) figure of Christ
    * * *

    antes/después de Cristo — before Christ o BC/AD

    con el Cristo en la bocawith one's heart in one's mouth

    Cristo y la madre — (fam) everyone and his brother (AmE colloq), the world and his wife (BrE colloq)

    donde Cristo dio las tres voces or perdió la alpargata — ( en un lugar - lejano) miles away; (- remoto) in the middle of nowhere

    ir or estar hecho un Cristo — (Esp fam) to be absolutely filthy

    ni Cristo: ni Cristo entiende or no hay Cristo que entienda su letra — absolutely nobody can understand her handwriting

    * * *
    = Christ.
    Ex. For example, we find in Religion P a systematic schedule 'for specification under any religion, sect, church or religious community' in which C is used to indicate Founder (Buddha PJC, Mohammed PKC and Christ PNB).
    ----
    * Fecha + a.C. (Antes de Cristo) = Fecha + BC [B.C.] (Before Christ).
    * Fecha + d.C. (Después de Cristo) = AD [A.D.] + Fecha (Anno Domini).
    * * *

    antes/después de Cristo — before Christ o BC/AD

    con el Cristo en la bocawith one's heart in one's mouth

    Cristo y la madre — (fam) everyone and his brother (AmE colloq), the world and his wife (BrE colloq)

    donde Cristo dio las tres voces or perdió la alpargata — ( en un lugar - lejano) miles away; (- remoto) in the middle of nowhere

    ir or estar hecho un Cristo — (Esp fam) to be absolutely filthy

    ni Cristo: ni Cristo entiende or no hay Cristo que entienda su letra — absolutely nobody can understand her handwriting

    * * *

    Ex: For example, we find in Religion P a systematic schedule 'for specification under any religion, sect, church or religious community' in which C is used to indicate Founder (Buddha PJC, Mohammed PKC and Christ PNB).

    * Fecha + a.C. (Antes de Cristo) = Fecha + BC [B.C.] (Before Christ).
    * Fecha + d.C. (Después de Cristo) = AD [A.D.] + Fecha (Anno Domini).

    * * *
    Christ
    armar un Cristo ( Esp fam); to kick up o create a fuss ( colloq)
    con el Cristo en la boca with one's heart in one's mouth
    Cristo y la madre ( fam); everyone and his brother ( AmE colloq), the world and his wife ( BrE colloq)
    donde Cristo dio las tres voces or perdió la gorra or la alpargata (en un lugarlejano) miles away; (— remoto) in the middle of nowhere, in the back of beyond, out in the sticks ( colloq), in the Boonies ( AmE colloq)
    hasta verte Cristo mío ( fam); down the hatch! ( colloq)
    hecho un Cristo ( Esp fam): se puso/iba hecho un Cristo he got/he was absolutely filthy o in a real mess
    cuando acabaron con él estaba hecho un Cristo he was in a real mess by the time they'd finished with him
    ni Cristo: ni Cristo entiende or no hay Cristo que entienda su letra absolutely nobody can understand her handwriting
    poner a algn como un Cristo ( Esp fam); to call sb every name under the sun
    todo Cristo ( Esp fam); absolutely everyone
    * * *

    Multiple Entries:
    Cristo    
    cristo
    Cristo Christ;
    antes/después de cristo before Christ o BC/AD

    Cristo sustantivo masculino Christ
    ♦ Locuciones: familiar armar un Cristo, to kick up a big fuss
    dejar a alguien hecho un Cristo, to leave sb looking a very sorry sight
    donde Cristo perdió el gorro, in the middle of nowhere
    ni Cristo (que lo fundó), not a soul
    todo Cristo, every mother's son

    ' Cristo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    a. C.
    - armarse
    - d. C
    - a. de C.
    - después
    - natividad
    English:
    ad
    - advent
    - BC
    - bedlam
    - before
    - Christ
    - hell
    - Virgin birth
    - wild
    - AD
    * * *
    Cristo nm
    1. [Jesucristo] Christ;
    armar un Cristo to kick up a fuss;
    Fam
    donde Cristo dio las tres voces o [m5] perdió el gorro Br in the back of beyond, US way out in the sticks;
    Fam
    estar hecho un Cristo to be a pitiful sight;
    Fam
    se cayó de la bici y se puso como un Cristo he fell off his bike and ended up looking a real mess;
    Fam
    ni Cristo absolutely nobody, not a soul;
    Fam
    todo Cristo absolutely everyone
    2. [crucifijo] crucifix
    * * *
    Christ;
    todo Cristo fam everyone;
    donde Cristo dio las tres voces fam in the middle of nowhere fam

    Spanish-English dictionary > Cristo

  • 5 Egipto

    m.
    Egypt.
    * * *
    1 Egypt
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    * * *
    masculino Egypt
    * * *
    = Egypt.
    Ex. In a submenu called 'Reference Works' in Gopher, I can find a thesaurus, the latest conditions in Thailand or Egypt, or a directory of telephone area codes.
    * * *
    masculino Egypt
    * * *

    Ex: In a submenu called 'Reference Works' in Gopher, I can find a thesaurus, the latest conditions in Thailand or Egypt, or a directory of telephone area codes.

    * * *
    Egypt
    * * *

    Egipto sustantivo masculino
    Egypt
    ' Egipto' also found in these entries:
    English:
    Egypt
    - Lower Egypt
    - paper
    - upper
    * * *
    Egypt
    * * *
    m Egypt

    Spanish-English dictionary > Egipto

  • 6 Esopo

    m.
    Aesop.
    * * *
    * * *
    = Aesop.
    Ex. From 'Huckleberry Finn' to 'Catcher in the Rye', from 'Coral Island' to 'The Lord of the Flies,' from ' Aesop's Fables' to 'Animal Farm': we can all find family trees for dozens of books.
    * * *

    Ex: From 'Huckleberry Finn' to 'Catcher in the Rye', from 'Coral Island' to 'The Lord of the Flies,' from ' Aesop's Fables' to 'Animal Farm': we can all find family trees for dozens of books.

    * * *
    Aesop
    * * *
    Esopo n pr
    Aesop;
    las fábulas de Esopo Aesop's fables

    Spanish-English dictionary > Esopo

  • 7 Mahoma

    f.
    Muhammad, Mohammed, Mahomet, Mohammad.
    m.
    1 Mohammed.
    2 Muhammad, Mahomet, Mohammad, Mohammed.
    * * *
    SM Mohammed, Mahomet
    * * *
    * * *
    Ex. For example, we find in Religion P a systematic schedule 'for specification under any religion, sect, church or religious community' in which C is used to indicate Founder (Buddha PJC, Mohammed PKC and Christ PNB).
    ----
    * llevar la montaña a Mahoma = bring + the mountain to Mohammed.
    * * *
    * * *

    Ex: For example, we find in Religion P a systematic schedule 'for specification under any religion, sect, church or religious community' in which C is used to indicate Founder (Buddha PJC, Mohammed PKC and Christ PNB).

    * llevar la montaña a Mahoma = bring + the mountain to Mohammed.

    * * *
    Mohammed montaña
    * * *
    Mahoma n pr
    Mohammed

    Spanish-English dictionary > Mahoma

  • 8 Montañas Rocosas, las

    = Rocky Mountains, the
    Ex. This article discusses a survey of thirteen cataloguing departments at university and state libraries in the Rocky Mountain Region to find out what problems exist for cataloguers in establishing geological and geographic subject headings.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Montañas Rocosas, las

  • 9 S.O.S.

    m.
    SOS.
    * * *
    = S.O.S..
    Ex. He prayed that passing ships had heard their S.O.S. and could find them in the fog.
    * * *
    = S.O.S..

    Ex: He prayed that passing ships had heard their S.O.S. and could find them in the fog.

    Spanish-English dictionary > S.O.S.

  • 10 SIMS (síndrome infantil de muerte súbita)

    Ex. Find articles on the prevention of sudden infant death syndrome (also known as SIDS, crib death and cot death).

    Spanish-English dictionary > SIMS (síndrome infantil de muerte súbita)

  • 11 Siete Maravillas del Mundo, las

    = Seven Wonders of the World, the
    Ex. In the early nineteenth century the various education societies were horrified to find that people were reading books such as 'the Seven Wonders of the World' and 'Irish Rogues and Rapparees'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Siete Maravillas del Mundo, las

  • 12 WYSIWYG (se ve tal cual aparecerá impreso)

    Nota: Se aplica a la capacidad de un procesador de textos de presentar en pantalla información tal cual luego aparecerá impresa.
    Ex. User wnat to see immediately just what is going to be printed ( WYSIWYG - what you see is what you get) and find the embedding of control words into the text laborious.

    Spanish-English dictionary > WYSIWYG (se ve tal cual aparecerá impreso)

  • 13 a + Adjetivo + escala

    = on a + Adjetivo + scale
    Ex. Any library involved in this activity on a large scale could find such software very useful in ensuring accurate and comprehensive records.
    * * *
    = on a + Adjetivo + scale

    Ex: Any library involved in this activity on a large scale could find such software very useful in ensuring accurate and comprehensive records.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a + Adjetivo + escala

  • 14 a alguna parte

    Ex. He was surprised that he couldn't find the earlier editions, which he expected certainly must be someplace because that book was based on an oration delivered by Emerson in the 1830s.
    * * *

    Ex: He was surprised that he couldn't find the earlier editions, which he expected certainly must be someplace because that book was based on an oration delivered by Emerson in the 1830s.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a alguna parte

  • 15 a ciegas

    adv.
    blindly, in the dark, gropingly.
    * * *
    (sin ver) blindly 2 (sin pensar) without thinking
    * * *
    * * *
    = blindfold, blindly, blindfolded, in the dark
    Ex. No president can go blindfold: some assistance is necessary.
    Ex. If experience is carefully analyzed and not blindly followed, it can be extremely useful.
    Ex. The study presented the narrative task to the children as a game in which they had to help a blindfolded interlocutor find out what happened in the stories.
    Ex. Perhaps instead of arguing, and rushing around in the dark, the time has come to follow our Danish and American friends and begin to find out what we are doing.
    * * *
    = blindfold, blindly, blindfolded, in the dark

    Ex: No president can go blindfold: some assistance is necessary.

    Ex: If experience is carefully analyzed and not blindly followed, it can be extremely useful.
    Ex: The study presented the narrative task to the children as a game in which they had to help a blindfolded interlocutor find out what happened in the stories.
    Ex: Perhaps instead of arguing, and rushing around in the dark, the time has come to follow our Danish and American friends and begin to find out what we are doing.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a ciegas

  • 16 a estrenar

    (adj.) = brand new
    Ex. Information on small, sometimes brand new, companies in the chemical and biotechnology industries is often difficult to find.
    * * *
    (adj.) = brand new

    Ex: Information on small, sometimes brand new, companies in the chemical and biotechnology industries is often difficult to find.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a estrenar

  • 17 a la hora de la verdad

    at the moment of truth, when it comes to it
    * * *
    = when push comes to shove, if it comes to the crunch, when it comes to the crunch, when the worst comes to the worst, if the worst comes to the worst, when the crunch comes to the crunch, if the crunch comes to the crunch
    Ex. When push comes to shove, it seems that short-term economic interests steamroller scientific arguments.
    Ex. You may never need the soldering iron, but if it comes to the crunch and you suddenly find you need one, you'll be glad it's there.
    Ex. Interestingly, when it comes to the crunch, there seem to be a hell of a lot of agnostics out there.
    Ex. When the worst comes to the worst what we should really fear is ourselves, and each other.
    Ex. If the worst comes to the worst and you are attacked, try to escape rather than fight back, especially if you believe that your assailant may be armed.
    Ex. But above all, he is still my brother and when the crunch comes to the crunch, we will all be there for him, no matter what the circumstances.
    Ex. He's told the Argies that if the crunch comes to the crunch America will side with Britain.
    * * *
    = when push comes to shove, if it comes to the crunch, when it comes to the crunch, when the worst comes to the worst, if the worst comes to the worst, when the crunch comes to the crunch, if the crunch comes to the crunch

    Ex: When push comes to shove, it seems that short-term economic interests steamroller scientific arguments.

    Ex: You may never need the soldering iron, but if it comes to the crunch and you suddenly find you need one, you'll be glad it's there.
    Ex: Interestingly, when it comes to the crunch, there seem to be a hell of a lot of agnostics out there.
    Ex: When the worst comes to the worst what we should really fear is ourselves, and each other.
    Ex: If the worst comes to the worst and you are attacked, try to escape rather than fight back, especially if you believe that your assailant may be armed.
    Ex: But above all, he is still my brother and when the crunch comes to the crunch, we will all be there for him, no matter what the circumstances.
    Ex: He's told the Argies that if the crunch comes to the crunch America will side with Britain.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a la hora de la verdad

  • 18 a la larga

    in the long run
    * * *
    * * *
    * * *
    = in the long term, over the long term, in the end, eventually, for the long pull, over a period of time, over the long haul, in the far term, ultimately, by and by
    Ex. For a scheme to be successfull in the long term it is vital that there should be an organisational structure to support the scheme.
    Ex. This project ought to develop over the long term from a system designed to support the exchange of entries in micro-print to a fully automated network for the processing of records.
    Ex. This is time well invested since it saves money in the end and leads to a higher success rate in providing information = Éste es tiempo bien invertido ya que ahorra dinero en última instancia y permite ofrecer una información mucho más pertinente para el usuario.
    Ex. Eventually this work on citation orders came to fruition in the rather unlikely context of a new indexing systems, PRECIS.
    Ex. Thus, the public library in this country for the next few years and for the long pull may be presented with a first-rate opportunity for greater service to its community by defining its service with reference to some qualitative standards.
    Ex. The vibration may cause the chips to work loose over a period of time, and if they have to be pushed back into their sockets, it is very easy to bend or break one of the 'legs'.
    Ex. But over the long haul you'll just find that your data is easier and cheaper to get at if you use XML.
    Ex. In the far term novel techniques are being developed to remove carbon dioxide from fuel gas or flue gas from energy conversion systems.
    Ex. Moreover, these entries must ultimately direct the searcher to his desired specific subject in the classified file.
    Ex. By and by Tom's reading and dreaming about princely life wrought such a strong effect upon him that he began to act the prince unconsciously.
    * * *
    = in the long term, over the long term, in the end, eventually, for the long pull, over a period of time, over the long haul, in the far term, ultimately, by and by

    Ex: For a scheme to be successfull in the long term it is vital that there should be an organisational structure to support the scheme.

    Ex: This project ought to develop over the long term from a system designed to support the exchange of entries in micro-print to a fully automated network for the processing of records.
    Ex: This is time well invested since it saves money in the end and leads to a higher success rate in providing information = Éste es tiempo bien invertido ya que ahorra dinero en última instancia y permite ofrecer una información mucho más pertinente para el usuario.
    Ex: Eventually this work on citation orders came to fruition in the rather unlikely context of a new indexing systems, PRECIS.
    Ex: Thus, the public library in this country for the next few years and for the long pull may be presented with a first-rate opportunity for greater service to its community by defining its service with reference to some qualitative standards.
    Ex: The vibration may cause the chips to work loose over a period of time, and if they have to be pushed back into their sockets, it is very easy to bend or break one of the 'legs'.
    Ex: But over the long haul you'll just find that your data is easier and cheaper to get at if you use XML.
    Ex: In the far term novel techniques are being developed to remove carbon dioxide from fuel gas or flue gas from energy conversion systems.
    Ex: Moreover, these entries must ultimately direct the searcher to his desired specific subject in the classified file.
    Ex: By and by Tom's reading and dreaming about princely life wrought such a
    strong effect upon him that he began to act the prince unconsciously
    .

    Spanish-English dictionary > a la larga

  • 19 a largo plazo

    (adj.) = in the long term, over the long term, long-range, in the long run, long-term, over the long run, over the long haul, long-run, in the far term, far-term
    Ex. For a scheme to be successfull in the long term it is vital that there should be an organisational structure to support the scheme.
    Ex. This project ought to develop over the long term from a system designed to support the exchange of entries in micro-print to a fully automated network for the processing of records.
    Ex. In September 1973, the University of Washington initiated implementation of a formal long-range planing process for the total university system.
    Ex. Ostensibly, the maneuver was accomplished to curb patronage abuses and make it easier to dismiss deadwood employees in the long run.
    Ex. The use of agents is necessary but not ideal, because an agent often represents rival concerns, and aims for a quick turnover rather than long-term profitability.
    Ex. Some feel that these sessions can be 'self-defeating over the long run because they are based on a reward-punishment psychology that serves to intensify the pressure on the individual'.
    Ex. But over the long haul you'll just find that your data is easier and cheaper to get at if you use XML.
    Ex. Findings indicate that the short-run success of methadone programs does not automatically translate into long-run abstinence.
    Ex. In the far term novel techniques are being developed to remove carbon dioxide from fuel gas or flue gas from energy conversion systems.
    Ex. These processes can be viewed as near-term and far-term.
    * * *
    (adj.) = in the long term, over the long term, long-range, in the long run, long-term, over the long run, over the long haul, long-run, in the far term, far-term

    Ex: For a scheme to be successfull in the long term it is vital that there should be an organisational structure to support the scheme.

    Ex: This project ought to develop over the long term from a system designed to support the exchange of entries in micro-print to a fully automated network for the processing of records.
    Ex: In September 1973, the University of Washington initiated implementation of a formal long-range planing process for the total university system.
    Ex: Ostensibly, the maneuver was accomplished to curb patronage abuses and make it easier to dismiss deadwood employees in the long run.
    Ex: The use of agents is necessary but not ideal, because an agent often represents rival concerns, and aims for a quick turnover rather than long-term profitability.
    Ex: Some feel that these sessions can be 'self-defeating over the long run because they are based on a reward-punishment psychology that serves to intensify the pressure on the individual'.
    Ex: But over the long haul you'll just find that your data is easier and cheaper to get at if you use XML.
    Ex: Findings indicate that the short-run success of methadone programs does not automatically translate into long-run abstinence.
    Ex: In the far term novel techniques are being developed to remove carbon dioxide from fuel gas or flue gas from energy conversion systems.
    Ex: These processes can be viewed as near-term and far-term.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a largo plazo

  • 20 a lo grande

    on a grand scale, in a big way
    * * *
    *in style
    * * *
    = in a big way, big time, grandly, on a grand scale
    Ex. The United Nations (UN), its various information offices and its sister agencies are shifting into electronic publishing in a big way.
    Ex. They all enjoy doing their searches and find it a big time saver.
    Ex. I am convinced that China can hold this Olymipics game peacefully and grandly.
    Ex. A 'toxic combination' of poverty and social injustice is killing people on a grand scale, a World Health Organisation report said Thursday.
    * * *
    = in a big way, big time, grandly, on a grand scale

    Ex: The United Nations (UN), its various information offices and its sister agencies are shifting into electronic publishing in a big way.

    Ex: They all enjoy doing their searches and find it a big time saver.
    Ex: I am convinced that China can hold this Olymipics game peacefully and grandly.
    Ex: A 'toxic combination' of poverty and social injustice is killing people on a grand scale, a World Health Organisation report said Thursday.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a lo grande

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