Traducción: de espanol

natural+fibre

  • 21 catástrofe natural

    f.
    act of God.
    * * *
    (n.) = natural calamity, natural disaster
    Ex. In a world suffering from conflict, natural calamities, gender discrimination and other causes of marginalisation, we need urgent and concerted action.
    Ex. There are vivid examples of serious fires and other natural disasters occuring in libraries that cause incalculable financial and academic losses to society.
    * * *
    (n.) = natural calamity, natural disaster

    Ex: In a world suffering from conflict, natural calamities, gender discrimination and other causes of marginalisation, we need urgent and concerted action.

    Ex: There are vivid examples of serious fires and other natural disasters occuring in libraries that cause incalculable financial and academic losses to society.

    * * *
    natural disaster

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  • 22 consecuencia natural

    f.
    natural consequence, proximate consequence, outgrowth.
    * * *
    (n.) = corollary
    Ex. By observing one characteristic of division at each grouping, the inevitable corollary of this is that some concepts are scattered through their subordination to others.
    * * *
    (n.) = corollary

    Ex: By observing one characteristic of division at each grouping, the inevitable corollary of this is that some concepts are scattered through their subordination to others.

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  • 23 derecho natural

    m.
    1 natural law, jus naturale, law of nature, lex naturale.
    2 equity law.
    * * *
    (n.) = natural right, natural law
    Ex. In fact, Bentham said: 'The idea of rights is nonsense and the idea of natural rights is nonsense on stilts'.
    Ex. Hobbes' purpose in devising his doctrine of natural law was admittedly the destruction of independent ecclesiastical law.
    * * *
    (n.) = natural right, natural law

    Ex: In fact, Bentham said: 'The idea of rights is nonsense and the idea of natural rights is nonsense on stilts'.

    Ex: Hobbes' purpose in devising his doctrine of natural law was admittedly the destruction of independent ecclesiastical law.

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  • 24 desastre natural

    m.
    natural disaster, act of God.
    * * *
    (n.) = natural disaster, natural calamity
    Ex. There are vivid examples of serious fires and other natural disasters occuring in libraries that cause incalculable financial and academic losses to society.
    Ex. In a world suffering from conflict, natural calamities, gender discrimination and other causes of marginalisation, we need urgent and concerted action.
    * * *
    (n.) = natural disaster, natural calamity

    Ex: There are vivid examples of serious fires and other natural disasters occuring in libraries that cause incalculable financial and academic losses to society.

    Ex: In a world suffering from conflict, natural calamities, gender discrimination and other causes of marginalisation, we need urgent and concerted action.

    * * *
    natural disaster

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  • 25 entorno natural

    (n.) = natural habitat, natural setting
    Ex. And the academic library is the natural habitat of the absent-minded professor.
    Ex. It contains a multitude of traditional gardens, ponds, splendidly patterned walls, and many other beautiful structures all perfectly balanced in natural settings designated as a world heritage by UNESCO = Tiene una gran cantidad de jardines tradicionales, lagunas, paredes maravillosamente decoradas y muchas otras bonitas estructuras perfectamente integradas en un entorno natural elegido por la UNESCO como patrimonio de la humanidad.
    * * *
    el entorno natural
    (n.) = natural environment, the

    Ex: The main justifications, couched mostly in race-neutral terms, were that the squatters would increase crime, decrease property values, spread disease, & despoil the natural environment.

    (n.) = natural habitat, natural setting

    Ex: And the academic library is the natural habitat of the absent-minded professor.

    Ex: It contains a multitude of traditional gardens, ponds, splendidly patterned walls, and many other beautiful structures all perfectly balanced in natural settings designated as a world heritage by UNESCO = Tiene una gran cantidad de jardines tradicionales, lagunas, paredes maravillosamente decoradas y muchas otras bonitas estructuras perfectamente integradas en un entorno natural elegido por la UNESCO como patrimonio de la humanidad.

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  • 26 entorno natural, el

    (n.) = natural environment, the
    Ex. The main justifications, couched mostly in race-neutral terms, were that the squatters would increase crime, decrease property values, spread disease, & despoil the natural environment.

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  • 27 estado natural

    m.
    state of nature.
    * * *
    Ex. Eating these power-packed vegetables in their natural state especially garlic increases their health benefits.
    * * *

    Ex: Eating these power-packed vegetables in their natural state especially garlic increases their health benefits.

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  • 28 gas natural

    m.
    natural gas, rock gas.
    * * *
    natural gas
    * * *
    (n.) = natural gas
    Ex. Priority is awarded to projects with the following aims: oil and gas recovery, drilling, optimum use of natural gas, and maximising the yield by the use of enhanced recovery techniques.
    * * *

    Ex: Priority is awarded to projects with the following aims: oil and gas recovery, drilling, optimum use of natural gas, and maximising the yield by the use of enhanced recovery techniques.

    * * *
    natural gas

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  • 29 habilidad natural

    (n.) = knack, knack, natural ability
    Ex. Panizzi had a reputation for courting controversy at the British Museum and a knack for making enemies.
    Ex. Panizzi had a reputation for courting controversy at the British Museum and a knack for making enemies.
    Ex. The human natural ability to store and process images and speech provides clues for improving access to online information.
    * * *
    (n.) = knack, knack, natural ability

    Ex: Panizzi had a reputation for courting controversy at the British Museum and a knack for making enemies.

    Ex: Panizzi had a reputation for courting controversy at the British Museum and a knack for making enemies.
    Ex: The human natural ability to store and process images and speech provides clues for improving access to online information.

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  • 30 historia natural

    f.
    natural history, nature study.
    * * *
    natural history
    * * *
    * * *
    Ex. This center holds one of the most significant collections (dare we call it potpourri?) of science, natural history, art, history, and culture in the world = Este centre posee uno de las colecciones (¿o quizás popurrí?) más significativas de la ciencia, historia natural, arte, historia y cultura del mundo.
    * * *
    * * *

    Ex: This center holds one of the most significant collections (dare we call it potpourri?) of science, natural history, art, history, and culture in the world = Este centre posee uno de las colecciones (¿o quizás popurrí?) más significativas de la ciencia, historia natural, arte, historia y cultura del mundo.

    Spanish-English dictionary > historia natural

  • 31 hábitat natural

    (n.) = natural habitat, wildlife habitat
    Ex. And the academic library is the natural habitat of the absent-minded professor.
    Ex. There are some limitations, however, including a neglect of issues such as water shortages, urban sprawl, noise and light pollution, and diminishing wildlife habitat.
    * * *
    (n.) = natural habitat, wildlife habitat

    Ex: And the academic library is the natural habitat of the absent-minded professor.

    Ex: There are some limitations, however, including a neglect of issues such as water shortages, urban sprawl, noise and light pollution, and diminishing wildlife habitat.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hábitat natural

  • 32 iluminación natural

    Ex. The new library is a elegant modern building with excellent natural lighting and a feeling of airiness and space throughout.
    * * *

    Ex: The new library is a elegant modern building with excellent natural lighting and a feeling of airiness and space throughout.

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  • 33 indización en lenguaje natural

    Ex. Natural language indexing has its own solutions for the problems identified below.
    * * *

    Ex: Natural language indexing has its own solutions for the problems identified below.

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  • 34 interfaz en lenguaje natural

    Ex. Except in systems with natural language interfaces, Boolean operators must still be used.
    * * *

    Ex: Except in systems with natural language interfaces, Boolean operators must still be used.

    Spanish-English dictionary > interfaz en lenguaje natural

  • 35 lenguaje de indización natural

    Ex. Natural indexing languages are not really a separate language at all, but the 'natural language' or ordinary language of the document being indexed.
    * * *

    Ex: Natural indexing languages are not really a separate language at all, but the 'natural language' or ordinary language of the document being indexed.

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  • 36 lenguaje natural

    Ex. A switching language, in the form of a notation, may be used to translate terms from all natural languages, and as an intermediate language between the various languages.
    * * *

    Ex: A switching language, in the form of a notation, may be used to translate terms from all natural languages, and as an intermediate language between the various languages.

    Spanish-English dictionary > lenguaje natural

  • 37 luz natural

    f.
    natural light.
    * * *
    (n.) = daylight, natural daylight, natural light
    Ex. As we all know the traditional type of building depended on using elements of the external wall to permite daylight and ventilation to condition the internal spaces.
    Ex. Large glazed areas mean that users can enjoy natural daylight, but double glazing, tinting, or architectural shading are necessary to alleviate the worst effects of noise, solar gain and solar glare = Las áreas acristaladas permiten que los usuarios puedan disfrutar de la luz natural, aunque el doble acristalamiento, los cristales ahumados, o las sombras arquitectónicas son necesarios para reducir los efectos negativos del ruido, la radiación solar y el resplandor del sol.
    Ex. Natural light, natural ventilation and outdoor spaces have been integrated into the operation of the building.
    * * *
    (n.) = daylight, natural daylight, natural light

    Ex: As we all know the traditional type of building depended on using elements of the external wall to permite daylight and ventilation to condition the internal spaces.

    Ex: Large glazed areas mean that users can enjoy natural daylight, but double glazing, tinting, or architectural shading are necessary to alleviate the worst effects of noise, solar gain and solar glare = Las áreas acristaladas permiten que los usuarios puedan disfrutar de la luz natural, aunque el doble acristalamiento, los cristales ahumados, o las sombras arquitectónicas son necesarios para reducir los efectos negativos del ruido, la radiación solar y el resplandor del sol.
    Ex: Natural light, natural ventilation and outdoor spaces have been integrated into the operation of the building.

    Spanish-English dictionary > luz natural

  • 38 mes natural

    m.
    natural month.
    * * *
    Ex. If you are an employee who receives tips, you must report the amount of tips received in one calendar month to your employer, if that amount exceeds $20.
    * * *

    Ex: If you are an employee who receives tips, you must report the amount of tips received in one calendar month to your employer, if that amount exceeds $20.

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  • 39 morir de muerte natural

    (v.) = die + a natural death
    Ex. Terminally ill patients often have concerns in areas such as donation of body parts, right to die a natural death, and other questions.
    * * *
    (v.) = die + a natural death

    Ex: Terminally ill patients often have concerns in areas such as donation of body parts, right to die a natural death, and other questions.

    Spanish-English dictionary > morir de muerte natural

  • 40 muerte natural

    f.
    natural death.
    * * *
    Ex. Ischemic heart disease was the predominant cause of natural death behind the wheel.
    * * *

    Ex: Ischemic heart disease was the predominant cause of natural death behind the wheel.

    Spanish-English dictionary > muerte natural

Mira otros diccionarios:

  • natural fibre — ▪ raw material Introduction  any hairlike raw material directly obtainable from an animal, vegetable, or mineral source and convertible into nonwoven fabrics such as felt or paper or, after spinning into yarns, into woven cloth. A natural fibre… …   Universalium

  • natural fibre, GB — natūralusis pluoštas statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis Pluoštas iš nemodifikuotų gamtinės kilmės medžiagų. atitikmenys: angl. natural fiber, US; natural fibre, GB rus. натуральное волокно; природное волокно ryšiai: sinonimas – gamtinis… …   Chemijos terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • natural fibre — noun fiber derived from plants or animals • Syn: ↑natural fiber • Hypernyms: ↑fiber, ↑fibre • Hyponyms: ↑pandanus, ↑New Zealand cotton, ↑bowstring hemp …   Useful english dictionary

  • fibre */*/ — UK [ˈfaɪbə(r)] / US [ˈfaɪbər] noun Word forms fibre : singular fibre plural fibres 1) [uncountable] the parts of fruit, vegetables, and grains that your body cannot digest (= change into substances it can use). It helps food to pass through your… …   English dictionary

  • fibre — [[t]fa͟ɪbə(r)[/t]] fibres (in AM, use fiber) 1) N COUNT A fibre is a thin thread of a natural or artificial substance, especially one that is used to make cloth or rope. If you look at the paper under a microscope you will see the fibres. ...a… …   English dictionary

  • fibre — BrE, fiber AmE noun 1 (U) parts of plants that you eat but cannot digest 1 (1), which help food to move quickly through your body: Fruit and vegetables are high in fibre content. 2 (U) a mass of threads used to make rope, cloth etc : man… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • natural fiber — noun fiber derived from plants or animals • Syn: ↑natural fibre • Hypernyms: ↑fiber, ↑fibre • Hyponyms: ↑pandanus, ↑New Zealand cotton, ↑bowstring hemp …   Useful english dictionary

  • fibre — noun /ˈfaɪ.bə(ɹ)/ a) A single piece of a given material, elongated and roughly round in cross section, often twisted with other fibres to form thread. The microscope showed several different fibres stuck to the sole of the shoe. b) Material in… …   Wiktionary

  • fibre — /fuy beuhr/, n. Chiefly Brit. fiber. * * * (as used in expressions) glass fibre fibre optics fibre dietary * * * ▪ technology also spelled  Fiber,         in textile production, basic unit of raw material having suitable length, pliability, and… …   Universalium

  • natural fiber, US — natūralusis pluoštas statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis Pluoštas iš nemodifikuotų gamtinės kilmės medžiagų. atitikmenys: angl. natural fiber, US; natural fibre, GB rus. натуральное волокно; природное волокно ryšiai: sinonimas – gamtinis… …   Chemijos terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • fibre — UK US /ˈfaɪbər/ noun UK (US fiber) ► [C or U] a thread like part made from plants or artificial material which can be made into products: »Natural fibres such as cotton tend to be cooler. »artificial/man made/synthetic fibre(s) »They use… …   Financial and business terms


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