Traducción: de espanol

economic retrenchment

  • 1 económico1

    1 = economic, financial, fiscal, monetary, monied, pecuniary, budget, moneyed.
    Ex. Generally, the availability of centralised cataloguing records will, if the economic aspects are favourable, encourage uniformity.
    Ex. SIA in the United Kingdom covers information on travel and transport, economics in EEC countries, construction of nuclear power stations, and financial information.
    Ex. The effect of fiscal pressures is particularly evident for government on-line systems, such as DOE/RECON.
    Ex. For example, if the local currency is Belgian francs, monetary amount are always entered in whole francs.
    Ex. This will shift the dynamics of information flow to policymakers to favour monied special interests, which threatens the democratic process.
    Ex. George Watson Cole refers to his mental derangement and pecuniary embarrassment.
    Ex. The aricle has the title ' budget CD-Rewritable drives: to get the best deal, buy a CD-RW drive that's not top of the line'.
    Ex. It is generally recognized that collecting money from moneyed deadbeats is as much a social problem as street thuggery.
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    * apoyo económico = financial backing.
    * ayuda económica = fund assistance, financial assistance, grant money, grant, cash grant.
    * bache económico = economic doldrums.
    * brigada de delitos económicos = fraud squad.
    * burbuja económica = price bubble.
    * capacidad económica = earning capacity, earning power.
    * capital económico = financial capital.
    * Clasificación Industrial General de las Actividades Económicas = General Industrial Classification of Economic Activities (NACE).
    * clima económico = economic climate.
    * comprobación de las necesidades económicas = means-testing, means test.
    * comprobar las necesidades económicas = means test.
    * Comunidad Económica Europea (CEE) = European Economic Community (EEC).
    * con poco recursos económicos = low-budget.
    * crisis económica = economic crisis, economic slump, difficult economic times, economic depression, economic doldrums.
    * crisis económica mundial = global economic slump.
    * cuestión económica = economic issue, financial issue.
    * depresión económica = economic depression, economic doldrums.
    * de recesión económica = recessionary.
    * desastre económico = financial disaster, economic disaster.
    * desde un punto de vista económico = economically.
    * de un modo económico = economically.
    * donación económica = monetary donation.
    * donación económica de fundación = endowment fund.
    * económico-técnico = economic-technical.
    * eficacia económica = economic efficiency.
    * ejercicio económico = business year, accounting year.
    * en tiempos de recesión económica = in recessionary times.
    * equiparación económica = economic levelling.
    * estatus económico = economic status.
    * evaluación de las necesidades económicas = means-testing, means test.
    * evaluar las necesidades económicas = means test.
    * fondo económico = funds.
    * hastiado de la recesión económica = recession-weary.
    * historiador económico = economic historian.
    * incertidumbre económica = economic uncertainty.
    * índice económico = economic index.
    * influencia económica = economic influence.
    * información económica = business news.
    * informe económico = economic report.
    * interés económico = economic interest.
    * mala racha económica = economic doldrums.
    * medida económica = economic measure.
    * memoria económica = economic report.
    * modelo económico = economic model.
    * necesidad económica = economic necessity, economic need.
    * nivelación económica = economic levelling.
    * no económico = non-economic [noneconomic].
    * pasar apuros económicos = lead + a precarious existence.
    * política económica = political economy.
    * político-económico = politico-economic.
    * presión económica = economic pressure.
    * que se concede en función de las necesidades económicas = means-tested.
    * recesión económica = economic recession, difficult economic times, economic depression.
    * recortes económicos = economic retrenchment.
    * recuperación económica = economic recovery.
    * reforma económica = economic reform.
    * respaldo económico = financial backing.
    * riesgo económico = financial risk.
    * sanción económica = economic penalty, economic sanction.
    * sistema económico = economic system.
    * situación económica = economic status.
    * situación económica, la = economics of the situation, the.
    * socioeconómico = socioeconomic [socio-economic].
    * teoría económica = economic theory.
    * trastorno económico = economic upheaval.
    * valor económico = economic value, monetary worth.

    Spanish-English dictionary > económico1

  • 2 padecer recortes

    (v.) = experience + cutbacks
    Ex. In the present climate of economic retrenchment some media centers may be experiencing staff cutbacks.
    * * *
    (v.) = experience + cutbacks

    Ex: In the present climate of economic retrenchment some media centers may be experiencing staff cutbacks.

    Spanish-English dictionary > padecer recortes

  • 3 recorte

    m.
    1 cut, trimming (pieza cortada).
    2 cut, cutback.
    recorte presupuestario/salarial budget/salary cut
    3 cutout (cartulina).
    4 swerve, sidestep (sport).
    5 clipping, snip, clip, cutting.
    6 pruning, scissoring, trimming.
    7 slander, backbiting, calumny, defamation.
    8 windowing.
    pres.subj.
    1st person singular (yo) Present Subjunctive of Spanish verb: recortar.
    * * *
    1 (acción) cutting
    2 (trozo) cutting, clipping
    3 (de períodico) press clipping, newspaper cutting
    4 (de pelo) trim, cut, reduction
    5 figurado (reducción) cut, reduction
    * * *
    noun m.
    cut, reduction
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=acción) cutting, trimming
    2) [del pelo] trim
    3) [para economizar] cut

    han anunciado un recorte de o en los gastos — they have announced a cut o cutback in spending

    recortes de personal, recortes de plantilla — staff cutbacks

    4) [de periódico, revista] cutting, clipping
    5) CAm * (=comentario) nasty remark
    * * *
    1) (de periódico, revista) cutting, clipping
    2) (Fin) ( acción) cutting; ( efecto) cut, reduction
    * * *
    = axe [ax, -USA], cut, cutback, cutting, cutting, squeeze, snip, clipping.
    Ex. Following in the footsteps of Beeching's axe which put paid to the branch-line era of the railways, many rural bus routes have now been threatened by rising petrol costs.
    Ex. Cuts in the 1988 budget have resulted in cuts in opening hours, staff hours, and book budget.
    Ex. The vast majority of inquiries received by the van had nothing to do with consumer problems and, with the cutbacks of the 1980s, the service was withdrawn.
    Ex. This article concludes that cutting the number of words could lead to undesirable impoverishing of data bases rendering them useless as an independent source of information.
    Ex. Guard book or scrapbook type arrangement, with possibly a loose-leaf format, is suitable for organising and keeping cuttings, letters and other small items.
    Ex. Even library services to rural areas have been affected by the squeeze on public sector spending.
    Ex. With a snip here and a snip there, it's easy to turn a plant into a living sculpture.
    Ex. The interlacing of twigs into wickerwork is in all probability contemporary with first clipping of flint into arrow-heads.
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    * album de recortes = guard book, scrapbook.
    * archivo de recortes = cuttings file [clipping file, -USA].
    * archivo de recortes de prensa = newspaper clippings archives.
    * colección de recortes = clipping file [cuttings file, -UK], cuttings file [clipping file, -USA].
    * colección de recortes de periódicos = clippings collection.
    * experimentar recortes = suffer + cuts.
    * imponer recortes = impose + cuts.
    * padecer recortes = experience + cutbacks.
    * período de recortes presupuestarios = budget-slashing times.
    * recorte de los tipos de interés = rate cut, interest-rate cut.
    * recorte del presupuesto = budgetary constraint, funding cut.
    * recorte de periódico = clipping, newspaper clipping, newspaper cutting.
    * recorte de personal = downsizing, staffing cut.
    * recorte de plantilla = downsizing.
    * recorte de pliego = offcut.
    * recorte de prensa = press cutting [press-cutting], press clipping, newspaper clipping.
    * recorte de presupuesto = cut in budget.
    * recorte económico = axe [ax, -USA].
    * recorte en el presupuesto = funding cut.
    * recorte presupuestario = budget cut, budget crunch, budget squeeze, budgetary cut, funding cut.
    * recortes = contraction, under the knife.
    * recorte salarial = salary cut.
    * recortes económicos = economic retrenchment, retrenchment, financial cutbacks, economic cuts, spending cuts, expenditure cuts.
    * recortes presupuestarios = budget cutting.
    * recortes presupuestarios + hacerse sentir = budget cut + bite.
    * * *
    1) (de periódico, revista) cutting, clipping
    2) (Fin) ( acción) cutting; ( efecto) cut, reduction
    * * *
    = axe [ax, -USA], cut, cutback, cutting, cutting, squeeze, snip, clipping.

    Ex: Following in the footsteps of Beeching's axe which put paid to the branch-line era of the railways, many rural bus routes have now been threatened by rising petrol costs.

    Ex: Cuts in the 1988 budget have resulted in cuts in opening hours, staff hours, and book budget.
    Ex: The vast majority of inquiries received by the van had nothing to do with consumer problems and, with the cutbacks of the 1980s, the service was withdrawn.
    Ex: This article concludes that cutting the number of words could lead to undesirable impoverishing of data bases rendering them useless as an independent source of information.
    Ex: Guard book or scrapbook type arrangement, with possibly a loose-leaf format, is suitable for organising and keeping cuttings, letters and other small items.
    Ex: Even library services to rural areas have been affected by the squeeze on public sector spending.
    Ex: With a snip here and a snip there, it's easy to turn a plant into a living sculpture.
    Ex: The interlacing of twigs into wickerwork is in all probability contemporary with first clipping of flint into arrow-heads.
    * album de recortes = guard book, scrapbook.
    * archivo de recortes = cuttings file [clipping file, -USA].
    * archivo de recortes de prensa = newspaper clippings archives.
    * colección de recortes = clipping file [cuttings file, -UK], cuttings file [clipping file, -USA].
    * colección de recortes de periódicos = clippings collection.
    * experimentar recortes = suffer + cuts.
    * imponer recortes = impose + cuts.
    * padecer recortes = experience + cutbacks.
    * período de recortes presupuestarios = budget-slashing times.
    * recorte de los tipos de interés = rate cut, interest-rate cut.
    * recorte del presupuesto = budgetary constraint, funding cut.
    * recorte de periódico = clipping, newspaper clipping, newspaper cutting.
    * recorte de personal = downsizing, staffing cut.
    * recorte de plantilla = downsizing.
    * recorte de pliego = offcut.
    * recorte de prensa = press cutting [press-cutting], press clipping, newspaper clipping.
    * recorte de presupuesto = cut in budget.
    * recorte económico = axe [ax, -USA].
    * recorte en el presupuesto = funding cut.
    * recorte presupuestario = budget cut, budget crunch, budget squeeze, budgetary cut, funding cut.
    * recortes = contraction, under the knife.
    * recorte salarial = salary cut.
    * recortes económicos = economic retrenchment, retrenchment, financial cutbacks, economic cuts, spending cuts, expenditure cuts.
    * recortes presupuestarios = budget cutting.
    * recortes presupuestarios + hacerse sentir = budget cut + bite.

    * * *
    A (de un periódico, una revista) cutting, clipping
    B ( Fin) (acción) cutting; (efecto) cut, reduction
    recortes presupuestarios budget cuts, reductions in the budget
    C
    ( Méx fam) (maledicencia): se dedicaron al recorte they spent their time pulling everyone apart o tearing into people ( colloq)
    * * *

    Del verbo recortar: ( conjugate recortar)

    recorté es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) pretérito indicativo

    recorte es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente subjuntivo

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

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) imperativo

    Multiple Entries:
    recortar    
    recorte
    recortar ( conjugate recortar) verbo transitivo
    1
    a) ‹figura/artículo/anuncio› to cut out

    b) ‹pelo/puntas› to trim

    2 ‹gastos/plantilla› to reduce
    recorte sustantivo masculino
    1 (de periódico, revista) cutting, clipping
    2 (Fin) ( acción) cutting;
    ( efecto) cut, reduction
    recortar verbo transitivo
    1 (una foto, un texto) to cut out
    2 (bordes, puntas del pelo) to trim
    3 (gastos) to reduce, cut
    recorte sustantivo masculino
    1 (de prensa) cutting, clipping
    2 (de bordes, pelo) trim, cut
    3 (de gastos) reduction, cut
    ' recorte' also found in these entries:
    English:
    clipping
    - cut
    - cutting
    - press cutting
    - snip
    - spending cut
    - off
    - trim
    * * *
    1. [pieza cortada] trimming;
    [de periódico, revista] cutting, clipping
    2. [reducción] cut, cutback
    recortes de personal job cuts;
    recorte salarial wage o pay cut
    3. [cartulina] cutout
    4. Dep sidestep
    5. Méx Fam [crítica] nasty o snide remark;
    no me gustan tus amigos, están siempre en el recorte I don't like your friends, they're always being nasty about o Br slagging off other people
    * * *
    m fig
    cutback;
    recorte de periódico cutting, clipping;
    recorte salarial salary cut;
    recorte de personal reduction in personnel, personnel cutback;
    recortes sociales pl cutbacks in public services
    * * *
    1) : cut, reduction
    2) : clipping
    recortes de periódicos: newspaper clippings

    Spanish-English dictionary > recorte

  • 4 recortes económicos

    (n.) = economic retrenchment, retrenchment, financial cutbacks, economic cuts, spending cuts, expenditure cuts
    Ex. In the present climate of economic retrenchment some media centers may be experiencing staff cutbacks.
    Ex. Retrenchment can be viewed as a challenge, an opportunity to make services cost-effective and increase overall efficiency.
    Ex. In the 1970s government financial cutbacks prevented expansion of the network and improvements in staffing and services.
    Ex. Despite economic cuts, the impression American library workers give is one of optimism and desire to try untraditional ways of solving economic problems.
    Ex. This article examines the effect on libraries in the UK of the enforcement of local government spending cuts.
    Ex. Recent public expenditure cuts have meant that many academic libraries are having to take an even more rigorous approach to their journals collection.
    * * *
    (n.) = economic retrenchment, retrenchment, financial cutbacks, economic cuts, spending cuts, expenditure cuts

    Ex: In the present climate of economic retrenchment some media centers may be experiencing staff cutbacks.

    Ex: Retrenchment can be viewed as a challenge, an opportunity to make services cost-effective and increase overall efficiency.
    Ex: In the 1970s government financial cutbacks prevented expansion of the network and improvements in staffing and services.
    Ex: Despite economic cuts, the impression American library workers give is one of optimism and desire to try untraditional ways of solving economic problems.
    Ex: This article examines the effect on libraries in the UK of the enforcement of local government spending cuts.
    Ex: Recent public expenditure cuts have meant that many academic libraries are having to take an even more rigorous approach to their journals collection.

    Spanish-English dictionary > recortes económicos

  • 5 reducción de personal

    (n.) = staff cutbacks, downsizing
    Ex. In the present climate of economic retrenchment some media centers may be experiencing staff cutbacks.
    Ex. Downsizing has increased productivity and decreased throughput time for materials in technical services.
    * * *
    (n.) = staff cutbacks, downsizing

    Ex: In the present climate of economic retrenchment some media centers may be experiencing staff cutbacks.

    Ex: Downsizing has increased productivity and decreased throughput time for materials in technical services.

    Spanish-English dictionary > reducción de personal

  • 6 económico

    adj.
    1 economic, economical, saving, sparing.
    2 cost-reducing, cost-cutting, cash-saving, economical.
    3 economic, related to economics.
    4 cheap to run, economic, cost-effective.
    5 inexpensive, cheap, low-priced, knockdown.
    * * *
    ► adjetivo
    1 (gen) economic
    2 (barato) cheap, economical, inexpensive
    3 (persona) thrifty, careful with money
    \
    crisis económica economic crisis, recession
    * * *
    (f. - económica)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) [gen] economic; [año] fiscal, financial
    2) (=barato) economical, inexpensive

    edición económica — cheap edition, popular edition

    3) (=ahorrativo) thrifty; pey miserly
    ECONÓMICO ¿"Economic" o "economical"? ► El adjetivo económico se traduce por economic cuando se refiere al comercio o las finanzas: China ha vivido cinco años de reformas económicas China has lived through five years of economic reforms ... el ritmo del crecimiento económico...... the pace of economic growth... ► Económico se traduce por economical cuando se usa para describir algo que presenta una buena relación calidad-precio: Resulta más económico tener un coche de gasoil It is more economical to have a diesel-engined car Economic se puede usar en inglés para traducir rentable: Mantendremos las tarifas altas para que el servicio resulte rentable We shall keep the fares high to make the service economic Para otros usos y ejemplos ver la entrada
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    - ca adjetivo
    1) <crisis/situación> economic (before n); <problema/independencia> financial
    2)
    a) <piso/comida> cheap; <restaurante/hotel> cheap, inexpensive
    b) ( que gasta poco) < motor> economical; < persona> thrifty
    * * *
    - ca adjetivo
    1) <crisis/situación> economic (before n); <problema/independencia> financial
    2)
    a) <piso/comida> cheap; <restaurante/hotel> cheap, inexpensive
    b) ( que gasta poco) < motor> economical; < persona> thrifty
    * * *
    económico1
    1 = economic, financial, fiscal, monetary, monied, pecuniary, budget, moneyed.

    Ex: Generally, the availability of centralised cataloguing records will, if the economic aspects are favourable, encourage uniformity.

    Ex: SIA in the United Kingdom covers information on travel and transport, economics in EEC countries, construction of nuclear power stations, and financial information.
    Ex: The effect of fiscal pressures is particularly evident for government on-line systems, such as DOE/RECON.
    Ex: For example, if the local currency is Belgian francs, monetary amount are always entered in whole francs.
    Ex: This will shift the dynamics of information flow to policymakers to favour monied special interests, which threatens the democratic process.
    Ex: George Watson Cole refers to his mental derangement and pecuniary embarrassment.
    Ex: The aricle has the title ' budget CD-Rewritable drives: to get the best deal, buy a CD-RW drive that's not top of the line'.
    Ex: It is generally recognized that collecting money from moneyed deadbeats is as much a social problem as street thuggery.
    * apoyo económico = financial backing.
    * ayuda económica = fund assistance, financial assistance, grant money, grant, cash grant.
    * bache económico = economic doldrums.
    * brigada de delitos económicos = fraud squad.
    * burbuja económica = price bubble.
    * capacidad económica = earning capacity, earning power.
    * capital económico = financial capital.
    * Clasificación Industrial General de las Actividades Económicas = General Industrial Classification of Economic Activities (NACE).
    * clima económico = economic climate.
    * comprobación de las necesidades económicas = means-testing, means test.
    * comprobar las necesidades económicas = means test.
    * Comunidad Económica Europea (CEE) = European Economic Community (EEC).
    * con poco recursos económicos = low-budget.
    * crisis económica = economic crisis, economic slump, difficult economic times, economic depression, economic doldrums.
    * crisis económica mundial = global economic slump.
    * cuestión económica = economic issue, financial issue.
    * depresión económica = economic depression, economic doldrums.
    * de recesión económica = recessionary.
    * desastre económico = financial disaster, economic disaster.
    * desde un punto de vista económico = economically.
    * de un modo económico = economically.
    * donación económica = monetary donation.
    * donación económica de fundación = endowment fund.
    * económico-técnico = economic-technical.
    * eficacia económica = economic efficiency.
    * ejercicio económico = business year, accounting year.
    * en tiempos de recesión económica = in recessionary times.
    * equiparación económica = economic levelling.
    * estatus económico = economic status.
    * evaluación de las necesidades económicas = means-testing, means test.
    * evaluar las necesidades económicas = means test.
    * fondo económico = funds.
    * hastiado de la recesión económica = recession-weary.
    * historiador económico = economic historian.
    * incertidumbre económica = economic uncertainty.
    * índice económico = economic index.
    * influencia económica = economic influence.
    * información económica = business news.
    * informe económico = economic report.
    * interés económico = economic interest.
    * mala racha económica = economic doldrums.
    * medida económica = economic measure.
    * memoria económica = economic report.
    * modelo económico = economic model.
    * necesidad económica = economic necessity, economic need.
    * nivelación económica = economic levelling.
    * no económico = non-economic [noneconomic].
    * pasar apuros económicos = lead + a precarious existence.
    * política económica = political economy.
    * político-económico = politico-economic.
    * presión económica = economic pressure.
    * que se concede en función de las necesidades económicas = means-tested.
    * recesión económica = economic recession, difficult economic times, economic depression.
    * recortes económicos = economic retrenchment.
    * recuperación económica = economic recovery.
    * reforma económica = economic reform.
    * respaldo económico = financial backing.
    * riesgo económico = financial risk.
    * sanción económica = economic penalty, economic sanction.
    * sistema económico = economic system.
    * situación económica = economic status.
    * situación económica, la = economics of the situation, the.
    * socioeconómico = socioeconomic [socio-economic].
    * teoría económica = economic theory.
    * trastorno económico = economic upheaval.
    * valor económico = economic value, monetary worth.

    económico2
    2 = cheap [cheaper -comp., cheapest -sup.], cost-effective [cost effective], economical, inexpensive, cost-efficient [cost efficient], dollar-saving, money-saving, thrifty [thriftier -comp., thriftiest -sup.], cut-price, cut-rate, affordable.

    Ex: These indexes are both cheap and quick to produce.

    Ex: OFFSEARCH is a means of running a search overnight on more than one data base, in a cost-effective mode.
    Ex: Fixed length fields the are economical on storage space, and records using fixed length fields are quick and easy to code.
    Ex: a microcomputer will need an inexpensive software package in order to suitable for external communication.
    Ex: Good libraries are a cost-efficient integral part of an effective correctional programme in a detention centre.
    Ex: The article 'Two dollar-saving search tips' explains how to eliminate duplicate citations when printing out search results.
    Ex: It is ironic that reduced funding may threaten money-saving automation plans.
    Ex: As such, the library serves a large blue collar population of thrifty, hardworking people with a predilection toward conservatism in lifestyle and thought.
    Ex: Turkey is heavily promoted by tour operators as an idyllic holiday destination, the cut-price alternative to Greece or Cyprus.
    Ex: Most of these cut-rate laptops include a one-year parts and labor warranty.
    Ex: Information will become more affordable, accessible, and plentiful.
    * alojamiento económico = budget accommodation.
    * de forma económica = cost-effectively.
    * de un modo económico = thriftily.
    * de un modo poco económico = wastefully.
    * hotel económico = budget hotel.

    * * *
    A ‹crisis/situación› economic ( before n)
    tienen problemas económicos they have financial problems
    B
    1 ‹piso/comida› cheap; ‹restaurante/hotel› cheap, inexpensive
    2 (que gasta poco) ‹motor› economical; ‹persona› thrifty
    * * *

     

    económico
    ◊ -ca adjetivo

    1 ‹crisis/situación› economic ( before n);
    ‹problema/independencia› financial
    2
    a) ‹piso/comida› cheap;

    ‹restaurante/hotel› cheap, inexpensive
    b) ( que gasta poco) ‹ motor› economical;

    ‹ persona› thrifty
    económico,-a adjetivo
    1 (país, empresa) economic
    (persona) financial: tienen problemas económicos, they have financial troubles
    2 (barato) economical, inexpensive: el traje me salió muy económico, the suit was very cheap
    comidas económicas, cheap meals
    3 (persona ahorradora) thrifty
    Recuerda que el adjetivo economic, relativo a la economía, no es igual al adjetivo economical, que significa económico, barato.
    ' económico' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ajuste
    - ámbito
    - beneficio
    - bloqueo
    - desajuste
    - despegue
    - económica
    - ejercicio
    - holgura
    - nivel
    - respaldo
    - revés
    - auge
    - clima
    - desbarajuste
    - orden
    - plan
    - refugiado
    - sostén
    English:
    budget
    - business
    - cheap
    - diner
    - ease
    - economic
    - economical
    - fall back on
    - financial
    - inexpensive
    - thrifty
    - wasteful
    - café
    - economics
    - support
    - third
    - uneconomical
    * * *
    económico, -a adj
    1. [asunto, doctrina, crisis] economic;
    la política económica del gobierno the government's economic policy;
    una familia con problemas económicos a family with financial problems;
    mi situación económica es desesperante my financial situation is desperate
    2. [barato] cheap, low-cost;
    pagándolo al contado te sale más económico it works out cheaper if you pay in cash
    3. [que gasta poco] [motor, aparato] economical;
    [persona] thrifty
    * * *
    adj
    1 economic
    2 ( barato) economical
    * * *
    económico, -ca adj
    : economic, economical
    * * *
    2. (que gasta poco) economical
    3. (que cuesta poco) inexpensive

    Spanish-English dictionary > económico

  • 7 limitación

    f.
    limitation, demarcation, restraint, restriction.
    * * *
    1 limitation
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=restricción) limitation
    2) pl limitaciones (=deficiencias) limitations
    * * *
    1) ( restricción) restriction, limitation
    2) ( carencia) limitation; ( defecto) shortcoming
    * * *
    = constraint, limitation, restrictiveness, restraint, stricture, stricture, narrowing, constriction, restriction.
    Ex. In practice this can only be achieved within the constraints of any given indexing language and system.
    Ex. In general then, the analytical approach is to be preferred, but it does have two limitations.
    Ex. This technique develops a scale of restrictiveness in dealing with overdues.
    Ex. It is well past the time for academics to challenge growing unconstitutional restraints on freedom to publish.
    Ex. Although librarians lend themselves to the strictures of automation, inadequate staff provisions are made for new technology.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Political and administrative strictures on the National Libraries Authority proposal'.
    Ex. The narrowing of the curriculum has implications for the future.
    Ex. Results failed to confirm previous findings of coronary artery constriction while reliving an angry experience, yet are consistent with other studies utilizing mental arithmetic.
    Ex. Within a restriction of total record size of maximum of 30,000 characters, an intending user is free to format the records in his system.
    ----
    * con limitación temporal = time-oriented.
    * conllevar limitaciones = imply + limitations.
    * encontrar limitaciones = encounter + limitations.
    * encontrarse con una limitación = face + limitation.
    * enfrentarse a una limitación = face + constraint, face + limitation.
    * imponer una limitación = place + restraint, impose + limitation.
    * imponer una limitación (sobre) = place + constraint (on/upon).
    * imponer una limitación sobre Algo = impose + constraint upon.
    * limitación del presupuesto = budget constraint.
    * limitación de responsabilidad = limitation of liability.
    * limitaciones = straitjacket [straightjacket].
    * limitaciones de espacio = space constraints.
    * limitaciones económicas = economic constraints.
    * limitación física = physical limitation.
    * limitación presupuestaria = budget constraint.
    * operador de limitación = limit operator.
    * reducir una limitación = push + limits (further and further back).
    * seguir trabajando aceptando una limitación = work (a)round + limitation, work (a)round + constraints.
    * sin limitaciones = without stint, without limit.
    * superar una limitación = overcome + limitation, tackle + limitation.
    * * *
    1) ( restricción) restriction, limitation
    2) ( carencia) limitation; ( defecto) shortcoming
    * * *
    = constraint, limitation, restrictiveness, restraint, stricture, stricture, narrowing, constriction, restriction.

    Ex: In practice this can only be achieved within the constraints of any given indexing language and system.

    Ex: In general then, the analytical approach is to be preferred, but it does have two limitations.
    Ex: This technique develops a scale of restrictiveness in dealing with overdues.
    Ex: It is well past the time for academics to challenge growing unconstitutional restraints on freedom to publish.
    Ex: Although librarians lend themselves to the strictures of automation, inadequate staff provisions are made for new technology.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'Political and administrative strictures on the National Libraries Authority proposal'.
    Ex: The narrowing of the curriculum has implications for the future.
    Ex: Results failed to confirm previous findings of coronary artery constriction while reliving an angry experience, yet are consistent with other studies utilizing mental arithmetic.
    Ex: Within a restriction of total record size of maximum of 30,000 characters, an intending user is free to format the records in his system.
    * con limitación temporal = time-oriented.
    * conllevar limitaciones = imply + limitations.
    * encontrar limitaciones = encounter + limitations.
    * encontrarse con una limitación = face + limitation.
    * enfrentarse a una limitación = face + constraint, face + limitation.
    * imponer una limitación = place + restraint, impose + limitation.
    * imponer una limitación (sobre) = place + constraint (on/upon).
    * imponer una limitación sobre Algo = impose + constraint upon.
    * limitación del presupuesto = budget constraint.
    * limitación de responsabilidad = limitation of liability.
    * limitaciones = straitjacket [straightjacket].
    * limitaciones de espacio = space constraints.
    * limitaciones económicas = economic constraints.
    * limitación física = physical limitation.
    * limitación presupuestaria = budget constraint.
    * operador de limitación = limit operator.
    * reducir una limitación = push + limits (further and further back).
    * seguir trabajando aceptando una limitación = work (a)round + limitation, work (a)round + constraints.
    * sin limitaciones = without stint, without limit.
    * superar una limitación = overcome + limitation, tackle + limitation.

    * * *
    A (restricción) restriction, limitation
    sin limitaciones de ningún tipo with no restrictions o limitations of any kind
    sin limitaciones de tiempo with no time limit
    hay varias limitaciones que pueden afectar el resultado there are several limiting factors o constraints which can influence the result
    12 meses de garantía sin limitación de kilómetros 12 months' warranty with unlimited mileage
    las limitaciones del derecho de propiedad the limits o restrictions on property rights
    ejerce el poder sin limitaciones he exercises unrestricted o unlimited power
    B
    1 (carencia) limitation
    soy or estoy consciente de mis limitaciones I know my limitations
    2 (defecto) failing, shortcoming
    * * *

    limitación sustantivo femenino


    ( defecto) shortcoming
    limitación sustantivo femenino limitation, restriction: hay una limitación en cuanto al dinero, there is a financial constraint
    limitación sustantivo femenino limitation
    ' limitación' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    salvedad
    English:
    limitation
    - restraint
    - restriction
    - retrenchment
    - speed restriction
    - constraint
    * * *
    1. [restricción] limitation, limit;
    acuerdo de limitación de armamento arms limitation agreement;
    poner limitaciones a to place restrictions on;
    sin limitación de tiempo with no time limit;
    limitación de velocidad speed limit
    2. [de distrito] boundaries
    3.
    limitaciones [carencias] limitations;
    reconozco mis limitaciones I know my own limitations
    * * *
    f limitation
    * * *
    1) : limitation
    2) : limit, restriction
    sin limitación: unlimited

    Spanish-English dictionary > limitación

  • 8 COMECON

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > COMECON

  • 9 ADP (Automatic Data Processing Inc)

    Ex. Automatic Data Processing Inc (ADP) offers a number of financial and economic data bases.
    ----
    * equipos ADP (para el proceso automático de datos) = ADP (automatic data processing) equipment.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ADP (Automatic Data Processing Inc)

  • 10 Automatic Data Processing Inc (ADP)

    Spanish-English dictionary > Automatic Data Processing Inc (ADP)

  • 11 BELINDIS

    Ex. BELINDIS, the Belgian Information and Dissemination Service is offered by the Data Processing Centre of the Belgian Ministry of Economic Affairs.
    * * *

    Ex: BELINDIS, the Belgian Information and Dissemination Service is offered by the Data Processing Centre of the Belgian Ministry of Economic Affairs.

    Spanish-English dictionary > BELINDIS

  • 12 Benelux

    m.
    1 Benelux, economic union of Western Europe that comprises the countries Belgium the Netherlands and Luxembourg.
    2 Benelux.
    * * *
    Nota: Acrónimo utilizado para referirse conjuntamente a Bélgica, los Países Bajos y Luxemburgo.
    Ex. This paper discusses the CD-ROM market in the Benelux covering 77,000 companies in the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg.
    * * *
    Nota: Acrónimo utilizado para referirse conjuntamente a Bélgica, los Países Bajos y Luxemburgo.

    Ex: This paper discusses the CD-ROM market in the Benelux covering 77,000 companies in the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg.

    * * *
    Benelux
    * * *
    el Benelux Benelux

    Spanish-English dictionary > Benelux

  • 13 Business International Inc.

    = Business International Inc.
    Ex. Business International Inc. is another US service covering economic and marketing activities in over seventy countries.
    * * *
    = Business International Inc.

    Ex: Business International Inc. is another US service covering economic and marketing activities in over seventy countries.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Business International Inc.

  • 14 CECA1 (Comunidad Europea del Carbón y el Acero)

    Ex. The 'European Community' is composed of three individual Communities: the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), the European Atomic Energy Community) (the EAEC, or Euratom), and the European Economic Community (the EEC or 'Common Market').

    Spanish-English dictionary > CECA1 (Comunidad Europea del Carbón y el Acero)

  • 15 CEE (Comunidad Económica Europea)

    Ex. The European Economic Community (EEC) Treaty of 25 March 1957 endowed the European Parliament with 'advisory and supervisory powers'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > CEE (Comunidad Económica Europea)

  • 16 COMECON (Consejo para la Ayuda Económica Mutua)

    Nota: Organización de los países comunistas para fomentar el comercio y las relaciones entre ellos y que se disolvió en 1991.
    Ex. East Germany has no on-line data bases of this type but has access to some through the COMECON countries' information network.

    Spanish-English dictionary > COMECON (Consejo para la Ayuda Económica Mutua)

  • 17 Clasificación Industrial General de las Actividades Económicas (NACE)

    Ex. In order to facilitate the compilation of comparable data on economic activity in the Community as a whole the Statistical Office devised the General Industrial Classification of Economic Activities within the European Communities (NACE).

    Spanish-English dictionary > Clasificación Industrial General de las Actividades Económicas (NACE)

  • 18 Comunidad Económica Europea (CEE)

    Ex. The European Economic Community (EEC) Treaty of 25 March 1957 endowed the European Parliament with 'advisory and supervisory powers'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Comunidad Económica Europea (CEE)

  • 19 Comunidad Europea de la Energía Atómica (Euratom/EAEC)

    = European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom/EAEC)
    Ex. The 'European Community' is composed of three individual Communities: the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), the European Atomic Energy Community) (the EAEC, or Euratom), and the European Economic Community (the EEC or 'Common Market').

    Spanish-English dictionary > Comunidad Europea de la Energía Atómica (Euratom/EAEC)

  • 20 Comunidad Europea del Carbón y el Acero (CECA)

    Ex. The 'European Community' is composed of three individual Communities: the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), the European Atomic Energy Community) (the EAEC, or Euratom), and the European Economic Community (the EEC or 'Common Market').

    Spanish-English dictionary > Comunidad Europea del Carbón y el Acero (CECA)

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