Traducción: de espanol

on a one-to-one basis

  • 1 sacar a concurso

    (v.) = tender for, tender out
    Ex. When Nesli tendered for the role of Nesli Managing Agent, there was only one applicant.
    Ex. As a consequence, between 1996 and 1999, a large number of Victorian public library services were tendered out and subsequently managed on a contractual basis.
    * * *
    (v.) = tender for, tender out

    Ex: When Nesli tendered for the role of Nesli Managing Agent, there was only one applicant.

    Ex: As a consequence, between 1996 and 1999, a large number of Victorian public library services were tendered out and subsequently managed on a contractual basis.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sacar a concurso

  • 2 sacar a concurso público

    (v.) = bid, bid + Posesivo + business, tender for, tender out
    Ex. Chris pointed out that he is buying 1000 more books with the same amount of money after bidding -- and that was on an informal bid.
    Ex. Smith advised librarians to get the most for their money by bidding their business.
    Ex. When Nesli tendered for the role of Nesli Managing Agent, there was only one applicant.
    Ex. As a consequence, between 1996 and 1999, a large number of Victorian public library services were tendered out and subsequently managed on a contractual basis.
    * * *
    (v.) = bid, bid + Posesivo + business, tender for, tender out

    Ex: Chris pointed out that he is buying 1000 more books with the same amount of money after bidding -- and that was on an informal bid.

    Ex: Smith advised librarians to get the most for their money by bidding their business.
    Ex: When Nesli tendered for the role of Nesli Managing Agent, there was only one applicant.
    Ex: As a consequence, between 1996 and 1999, a large number of Victorian public library services were tendered out and subsequently managed on a contractual basis.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sacar a concurso público

  • 3 sacar a licitación

    (v.) = tender for, tender out
    Ex. When Nesli tendered for the role of Nesli Managing Agent, there was only one applicant.
    Ex. As a consequence, between 1996 and 1999, a large number of Victorian public library services were tendered out and subsequently managed on a contractual basis.
    * * *
    (v.) = tender for, tender out

    Ex: When Nesli tendered for the role of Nesli Managing Agent, there was only one applicant.

    Ex: As a consequence, between 1996 and 1999, a large number of Victorian public library services were tendered out and subsequently managed on a contractual basis.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sacar a licitación

  • 4 sin reserva

    adj.
    without reserves, unreserved.
    adv.
    without reserve, frankly, openly, out-and-out.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unconditionally, unreserved
    Ex. She links Quentin's suicide at the end of the Maundy Thursday of the novel with the death of Judas, who also betrayed one who loved unconditionally and then committed suicide.
    Ex. On certain short-distance routes, coach seating is unreserved, available to passanges on a first-come, first-served basis.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unconditionally, unreserved

    Ex: She links Quentin's suicide at the end of the Maundy Thursday of the novel with the death of Judas, who also betrayed one who loved unconditionally and then committed suicide.

    Ex: On certain short-distance routes, coach seating is unreserved, available to passanges on a first-come, first-served basis.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sin reserva

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