Traducción: de espanol

pervasive

  • 1 apagar

    v.
    1 to put out (fuego, incendio).
    apagar el fuego de la cocina to turn o switch off the cooker
    “por favor apaguen sus cigarrillos” “please extinguish your cigarettes”
    2 to quench.
    El agua apaga la sed Water quenches thirst.
    3 to turn off, to close down, to put out, to shut down.
    María apaga la lámpara Mary turns off the lamp.
    4 to extinguish, to quench, to put out, to douse.
    El agua apaga el fuego Water puts out the fire.
    5 to blow out.
    Ricardo apagó la candela de un soplido Richard blew out the candle at a blow.
    * * *
    Conjugation model [ LLEGAR], like link=llegar llegar
    1 (fuego) to extinguish, put out
    2 (luz) to turn out, turn off, put out
    3 (televisión etc) to switch off, turn off
    4 (color) to soften
    5 figurado (dolor) to soothe; (pena) to heal
    6 figurado (sed) to quench
    1 (luz) to go out; (televisión) to go off
    2 (emoción) to fade, wane
    3 figurado (morirse) to pass away
    \
    apaga y vámonos let's call it a day
    * * *
    verb
    1) to turn off, switch off
    2) put out, blow out
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) [+ fuego, vela, cerilla] to put out; [soplando] to blow out

    apagó el cigarrillo en el cenicerohe put out o stubbed out his cigarette in the ashtray

    por favor, apaguen sus cigarrillos — please extinguish all cigarettes

    - entonces apaga y vámonos
    2) (Elec) to turn off, switch off

    apaga la luz/tele — turn o switch the light/TV off

    apagar el sistema — (Inform) to close o shut down the system

    3) [+ sed] to quench
    4) [+ ira] to calm; [+ rencor] to pacify
    5) [+ dolor] to take away, soothe
    6) [+ sonido] to muffle, deaden; (Mús) to mute
    7) [+ color] to tone down, soften
    8) [+ cal] to slake
    9) And, Caribe [+ arma de fuego] to empty, discharge
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1) <luz/televisión/motor> to turn off, switch off; <cigarrillo/fuego> to put out, extinguish (frml); <vela/cerilla> to put out; ( soplando) to blow out
    2) (liter) < sed> to quench; < ira> to appease (liter)
    2.
    apagarse v pron
    1) luz/fuego/vela to go out

    se ha apagado el brillo de sus ojos — (liter) the sparkle has gone out of her eyes

    2) (liter) ira to abate; pasión to fade; entusiasmo/fervor to wane
    * * *
    = turn off, quench, snub out, extinguish, dim, snuff out, snuff, dampen, stamp out.
    Ex. Trapping must be turned off by hand when the document has been picked up by the borrower.
    Ex. By such mutual assistance, the wits and endeavours of the world may no longer be as so many scattered coals, or firebrands, which, for want of union are soon quenched, whereas, being but laid together, they would have yielded a comfortable light and heat.
    Ex. 'Who will tell her?' 'I'll take care of that,' responded the principal with acerbity, snubbing out her cigarette.
    Ex. His sudden gust of audacity was quickly extinguished by her words and by her glance.
    Ex. At first, analyzing the way he went about his work eroded his confidence, threw him off balance, dimmed some of his energetic spirit.
    Ex. The producer did a 'hatchet job' on the film, substantially dumbing down the project and snuffing out any subtlety or nuance.
    Ex. Perhaps it was his hunger for precision and philosophical truth that snuffed the literary flame in Musil.
    Ex. Ten years ago ambition abounded; now risk-taking is out of style and vanguardism has been dampened by a pervasive enthusiasm for the past.
    Ex. The existence of the Internet and World Wide Web has made it almost impossible to stamp out crimes committed by hackers.
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    * apagar el ardor = dampen + Posesivo + ardor.
    * apagar el entusiasmo = dampen + Posesivo + ardor.
    * apagar el fuego = put out + the flames.
    * apagar la cal = slake + lime.
    * apagar la cal viva = slake + quicklime.
    * apagar la luz = turn + the light off.
    * apagar la sed = slake + Posesivo + thirst.
    * apagarse = subside.
    * apagar un fuego = extinguish + fire, put down + fire.
    * apagar un fuego con los pies = stomp out + fire.
    * fuego + apagar = fire + be out.
    * luz + apagarse = light + go out.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1) <luz/televisión/motor> to turn off, switch off; <cigarrillo/fuego> to put out, extinguish (frml); <vela/cerilla> to put out; ( soplando) to blow out
    2) (liter) < sed> to quench; < ira> to appease (liter)
    2.
    apagarse v pron
    1) luz/fuego/vela to go out

    se ha apagado el brillo de sus ojos — (liter) the sparkle has gone out of her eyes

    2) (liter) ira to abate; pasión to fade; entusiasmo/fervor to wane
    * * *
    = turn off, quench, snub out, extinguish, dim, snuff out, snuff, dampen, stamp out.

    Ex: Trapping must be turned off by hand when the document has been picked up by the borrower.

    Ex: By such mutual assistance, the wits and endeavours of the world may no longer be as so many scattered coals, or firebrands, which, for want of union are soon quenched, whereas, being but laid together, they would have yielded a comfortable light and heat.
    Ex: 'Who will tell her?' 'I'll take care of that,' responded the principal with acerbity, snubbing out her cigarette.
    Ex: His sudden gust of audacity was quickly extinguished by her words and by her glance.
    Ex: At first, analyzing the way he went about his work eroded his confidence, threw him off balance, dimmed some of his energetic spirit.
    Ex: The producer did a 'hatchet job' on the film, substantially dumbing down the project and snuffing out any subtlety or nuance.
    Ex: Perhaps it was his hunger for precision and philosophical truth that snuffed the literary flame in Musil.
    Ex: Ten years ago ambition abounded; now risk-taking is out of style and vanguardism has been dampened by a pervasive enthusiasm for the past.
    Ex: The existence of the Internet and World Wide Web has made it almost impossible to stamp out crimes committed by hackers.
    * apagar el ardor = dampen + Posesivo + ardor.
    * apagar el entusiasmo = dampen + Posesivo + ardor.
    * apagar el fuego = put out + the flames.
    * apagar la cal = slake + lime.
    * apagar la cal viva = slake + quicklime.
    * apagar la luz = turn + the light off.
    * apagar la sed = slake + Posesivo + thirst.
    * apagarse = subside.
    * apagar un fuego = extinguish + fire, put down + fire.
    * apagar un fuego con los pies = stomp out + fire.
    * fuego + apagar = fire + be out.
    * luz + apagarse = light + go out.

    * * *
    apagar [A3 ]
    vt
    A
    1 ‹luz› to turn off, switch off, put out; ‹televisión/motor› to turn off, switch off
    apaga y vámonos ( Esp fam); let's call it a day ( colloq), let's jack it in ( BrE sl)
    2 ‹cigarrillo/fuego/incendio› to put out, extinguish ( frml); ‹vela/cerilla› to put out; (soplando) to blow out
    B ( liter); ‹sed› to quench; ‹ira› to appease ( liter)
    los años no habían apagado su pasión his passion had not faded o died with the years
    A «luz/fuego/vela» to go out
    la luz se apagó y se volvió a encender the light went out o off and came on again
    se ha apagado el brillo de sus ojos ( liter); the sparkle has gone out of her eyes
    B ( liter); «ira» to abate; «pasión» to fade; «entusiasmo» to wane
    se habían apagado los ánimos revolucionarios their revolutionary fervor had died down o waned
    su vida se va apagando lentamente his life is slowly ebbing away ( liter)
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    apagar ( conjugate apagar) verbo transitivoluz/televisión/motor to turn off, switch off;
    cigarrillo/fuego to put out;
    vela/cerilla to put out;
    ( soplando) to blow out
    apagarse verbo pronominal [luz/fuego/vela] to go out
    apagar vtr (un fuego) to put out
    (una luz, una radio, etc) to turn off, switch off
    (un color) to soften
    (la sed) to quench
    ' apagar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    desconectar
    - luz
    English:
    beat out
    - blow out
    - come forward
    - douse
    - extinguish
    - leave on
    - power down
    - put off
    - put out
    - quench
    - shut down
    - shut off
    - stub
    - switch off
    - turn off
    - turn out
    - black
    - blow
    - damp
    - dampen
    - put
    - shut
    - snuff
    - stamp
    - switch
    - turn
    * * *
    vt
    1. [luz] to switch off;
    [aparato] to turn o switch off;
    apaga el horno turn o switch off the oven;
    Informát
    apagar equipo [en menú] shut down
    2. [extinguir] [fuego, cigarrillo, vela] to put out;
    “por favor apaguen sus cigarrillos” “please extinguish your cigarettes”
    3. [reducir] [sed] to quench;
    [dolor] to get rid of; [color] to soften; [sonido] to muffle; [brillo] to dull
    vi
    Esp Fam
    ¡apaga y vámonos!: si eso es lo mejor que sabes hacer, ¡apaga y vámonos! if that's the best you can do we might as well forget it;
    si no quieren ayudarnos, ¡apaga y vámonos! if they don't want to help us, let's not waste any more time over it
    * * *
    v/t televisor, luz turn off; fuego put out; vela snuff, put out;
    apaga y vámonos we may as well call it a day
    * * *
    apagar {52} vt
    1) : to turn off, to shut off
    2) : to extinguish, to put out
    * * *
    apagar vb
    1. (luz, aparato) to turn off / to switch off
    2. (fuego, cigarrillo) to put out [pt. & pp. put]
    3. (vela) to blow out [pt. blew; pp. blown]

    Spanish-English dictionary > apagar

  • 2 apatía emocional

    (n.) = emotional burnout, emotional exhaustion
    Ex. Compassion fatigue encompasses desensitisation and emotional burnout, as a phenomenon associated with pervasive communication about social problems = La fatiga compasiva incluye la insensibilización y la apatía emocional, como fenómeno asociado a la insistente bombardeo informativo sobre los problemas sociales.
    Ex. Librarians are at risk for burnout, a syndrome of emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and loss of a sense of personal accomplishment.
    * * *
    (n.) = emotional burnout, emotional exhaustion

    Ex: Compassion fatigue encompasses desensitisation and emotional burnout, as a phenomenon associated with pervasive communication about social problems = La fatiga compasiva incluye la insensibilización y la apatía emocional, como fenómeno asociado a la insistente bombardeo informativo sobre los problemas sociales.

    Ex: Librarians are at risk for burnout, a syndrome of emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and loss of a sense of personal accomplishment.

    Spanish-English dictionary > apatía emocional

  • 3 con participación del público mediante llamada telefónica

    (adj.) = phone-in
    Ex. Radio phone-in talk shows are pervasive and have become an important force in formulating public opinion.
    * * *
    (adj.) = phone-in

    Ex: Radio phone-in talk shows are pervasive and have become an important force in formulating public opinion.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con participación del público mediante llamada telefónica

  • 4 desalentar

    v.
    to dishearten, to discourage.
    Su apariencia desalentó a su admirador Her looks discouraged her fan.
    El fracaso desalienta a los chicos Failure discourages the kids.
    * * *
    Conjugation model [ ACERTAR], like link=acertar acertar
    1 (dificultar el aliento) to leave breathless, make get out of breath
    2 figurado (quitar el ánimo) to discourage, dishearten
    1 to lose heart, get discouraged
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) (=desanimar) to discourage
    2) (=agotar) to make breathless
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo to discourage, dishearten
    2.
    desalentarse v pron to become disheartened o discouraged
    * * *
    = discourage, dampen, dispirit, dishearten, dampen + Posesivo + spirits.
    Ex. Several pages of entries under one keyword are discouraging to say the least.
    Ex. Ten years ago ambition abounded; now risk-taking is out of style and vanguardism has been dampened by a pervasive enthusiasm for the past.
    Ex. Adverse fortune may attend us, but it shall never dispirit us.
    Ex. It is easy to be disheartened by the negative flow of news, but the strength of our labor market should bolster the confidence of our outlook.
    Ex. Despite being physically challenged, the harsh realities of life have failed to dampen her spirits.
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    * desalentar (de) = deter (from).
    * desalentarse = dismay.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo to discourage, dishearten
    2.
    desalentarse v pron to become disheartened o discouraged
    * * *
    desalentar(de)

    Ex: One of the most cited shortcomings of mobile advice centres, that their conspicuousness deters people from using them, does not seem to have been a problem.

    = discourage, dampen, dispirit, dishearten, dampen + Posesivo + spirits.

    Ex: Several pages of entries under one keyword are discouraging to say the least.

    Ex: Ten years ago ambition abounded; now risk-taking is out of style and vanguardism has been dampened by a pervasive enthusiasm for the past.
    Ex: Adverse fortune may attend us, but it shall never dispirit us.
    Ex: It is easy to be disheartened by the negative flow of news, but the strength of our labor market should bolster the confidence of our outlook.
    Ex: Despite being physically challenged, the harsh realities of life have failed to dampen her spirits.
    * desalentar (de) = deter (from).
    * desalentarse = dismay.

    * * *
    desalentar [A5 ]
    vt
    to discourage
    ese primer fracaso lo desalentó that first failure discouraged him
    la situación desalentó a potenciales inversores the situation discouraged potential investors
    estábamos muy entusiasmados pero su actitud nos desalentó we were very excited but his attitude took the wind out of our sails o left us feeling deflated o dispirited
    to become disheartened o discouraged
    * * *

    desalentar ( conjugate desalentar) verbo transitivo
    to discourage, dishearten
    desalentar verbo transitivo to discourage, dishearten
    ' desalentar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    abatir
    English:
    deflate
    - deter
    - discourage
    * * *
    vt
    to dishearten, to discourage;
    un resultado así desalienta a cualquiera a result like this would dishearten anyone;
    no dejes que eso te desaliente don't let it discourage you
    * * *
    v/t discourage
    * * *
    desalentar {55} vt
    desanimar: to discourage, to dishearten

    Spanish-English dictionary > desalentar

  • 5 desanimar

    v.
    to discourage.
    El fracaso desalienta a los chicos Failure discourages the kids.
    * * *
    1 to discourage, dishearten
    1 to be discouraged, be disheartened, lose heart
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) (=desalentar) to discourage
    2) (=deprimir) to depress, sadden
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo to discourage
    2.
    desanimarse v pron to become disheartened o discouraged
    * * *
    = discourage, dissuade, frighten off, put + Nombre + off, put off, kill + the momentum, dampen, dispirit, lay + Nombre + low, dampen + Posesivo + spirits.
    Ex. Several pages of entries under one keyword are discouraging to say the least.
    Ex. Indeed, does the very design of our curricula dissuade the best, the brightest and the most creative from even considering entering our programs?.
    Ex. Then something compelled her to blurt out: 'Are you interested in the job?' 'We haven't frightened you off, have we?' ejaculated another, with a nervous laugh.
    Ex. Defoe's eighteenth century style full of tedious moralizing and philosophical musings, and not exactly well-stocked with dramatic excitements to relieve the steady pace, seemed not at all to put him off.
    Ex. Whatever the situation, prepared for or unexpected, it is always too easy to overplay one's hand, praising a book so extravagantly, so effusively, that many children are put off.
    Ex. Papers by Lin and coleagues advocate post-processing of downloaded bibliographic text in a way that does not kill the momentum for futher searching.
    Ex. Ten years ago ambition abounded; now risk-taking is out of style and vanguardism has been dampened by a pervasive enthusiasm for the past.
    Ex. Adverse fortune may attend us, but it shall never dispirit us.
    Ex. She suffered frequent flare-ups of widespread inflammation that would lay her low for days on end.
    Ex. Despite being physically challenged, the harsh realities of life have failed to dampen her spirits.
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    * desanimarse = lose + heart.
    * no desanimarse = keep + Posesivo + chin up.
    * sin dejarse desanimar = undaunted.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo to discourage
    2.
    desanimarse v pron to become disheartened o discouraged
    * * *
    = discourage, dissuade, frighten off, put + Nombre + off, put off, kill + the momentum, dampen, dispirit, lay + Nombre + low, dampen + Posesivo + spirits.

    Ex: Several pages of entries under one keyword are discouraging to say the least.

    Ex: Indeed, does the very design of our curricula dissuade the best, the brightest and the most creative from even considering entering our programs?.
    Ex: Then something compelled her to blurt out: 'Are you interested in the job?' 'We haven't frightened you off, have we?' ejaculated another, with a nervous laugh.
    Ex: Defoe's eighteenth century style full of tedious moralizing and philosophical musings, and not exactly well-stocked with dramatic excitements to relieve the steady pace, seemed not at all to put him off.
    Ex: Whatever the situation, prepared for or unexpected, it is always too easy to overplay one's hand, praising a book so extravagantly, so effusively, that many children are put off.
    Ex: Papers by Lin and coleagues advocate post-processing of downloaded bibliographic text in a way that does not kill the momentum for futher searching.
    Ex: Ten years ago ambition abounded; now risk-taking is out of style and vanguardism has been dampened by a pervasive enthusiasm for the past.
    Ex: Adverse fortune may attend us, but it shall never dispirit us.
    Ex: She suffered frequent flare-ups of widespread inflammation that would lay her low for days on end.
    Ex: Despite being physically challenged, the harsh realities of life have failed to dampen her spirits.
    * desanimarse = lose + heart.
    * no desanimarse = keep + Posesivo + chin up.
    * sin dejarse desanimar = undaunted.

    * * *
    desanimar [A1 ]
    vt
    to discourage
    lo que me han contado me ha desanimado totalmente what they've told me has totally discouraged me
    to become disheartened o discouraged
    * * *

    desanimar ( conjugate desanimar) verbo transitivo
    to discourage
    desanimarse verbo pronominal
    to become disheartened o discouraged
    desanimar verbo transitivo to discourage, dishearten
    ' desanimar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    desinflar
    English:
    discourage
    - dishearten
    - undeterred
    * * *
    vt
    to discourage;
    los comentarios de sus amigos lo han desanimado he has been put off o discouraged by his friends' comments
    * * *
    v/t discourage, dishearten
    * * *
    desalentar: to discourage, to dishearten
    * * *
    desanimar vb to discourage

    Spanish-English dictionary > desanimar

  • 6 dominante

    adj.
    1 dominant.
    Se me pasó el bus I missed the bus.
    2 domineering (person).
    f.
    dominant.
    * * *
    1 dominant, dominating
    2 (que prevalece) prevailing, predominating
    3 (que avasalla) domineering
    * * *
    adj.
    * * *
    1. ADJ
    1) (=despótico) domineering
    2) (=predominante) [viento, tendencia, opinión, ideología] dominant, prevailing; [grupo, cultura, rasgo, tema, color] dominant; [papel, rol] dominant, leading
    3) (Bio) [macho, gen] dominant
    4) (Mús) dominant
    2.
    SF (Mús) dominant
    * * *
    1)
    a) <color/tendencia> predominant, dominant; < opinión> prevailing (before n); < cultura> dominant
    b) (Biol, Mús, Astrol) dominant
    2) < persona> domineering
    * * *
    = dominant, pervasive, ruling, domineering, mainline, commanding, all-pervasive [all pervasive], mainstream, suppressive, pervading, dominating, bossy [bossier -comp., bossiest -sup.], bossy boots, overbearing.
    Ex. English is the dominant language for the dissemination of information.
    Ex. The unease is pervasive, not an occasional outcropping of discontent.
    Ex. The impulse to learn is a ruling passion in very few people; in most of us it is so weak that a frowning aspect can discourage it.
    Ex. These messages were examined for 'friendly' features, such as politeness, specificity, constructiveness and helpfulness, and for 'unfriendly' features, like the use of cryptic codes or vocabulary, or language which users might find threatening, domineering, or emotive.
    Ex. This is 'scientific journalism' at its worst, but its standards are not wholly different from those of the mainline press.
    Ex. His preference for books rather than journals was more commanding than his preference for poetry rather than prose.
    Ex. Countries should adopt strategies to prepare themselves for the all-pervasive influence of IT in people's lives in the 21st century.
    Ex. Some children may be constrained by a mainstream curriculum that does not match their ability level.
    Ex. Where other women are in position of authority, they are even more suppressive to other women than males.
    Ex. While not addressing specific issues the rejoinder focuses on a few pervading themes.
    Ex. There are different styles of handling interpersonal conflict such as integrating, obliging, dominating, avoiding, and compromising.
    Ex. Regardless of gender, problem drinking was mainly related to traits of negative masculinity ( bossy, noisy, aggressive, etc) whereas binge eating was mainly related to negative femininity (shy, needs approval from others, etc).
    Ex. With the kids tucked into bed, bossy boots left to fill her empty life with some cocktails.
    Ex. Overbearing parents are likely to raise obsessive kids, according to a new study.
    ----
    * función dominante = alpha role.
    * grupo dominante = dominant group.
    * papel dominante = alpha role.
    * * *
    1)
    a) <color/tendencia> predominant, dominant; < opinión> prevailing (before n); < cultura> dominant
    b) (Biol, Mús, Astrol) dominant
    2) < persona> domineering
    * * *
    = dominant, pervasive, ruling, domineering, mainline, commanding, all-pervasive [all pervasive], mainstream, suppressive, pervading, dominating, bossy [bossier -comp., bossiest -sup.], bossy boots, overbearing.

    Ex: English is the dominant language for the dissemination of information.

    Ex: The unease is pervasive, not an occasional outcropping of discontent.
    Ex: The impulse to learn is a ruling passion in very few people; in most of us it is so weak that a frowning aspect can discourage it.
    Ex: These messages were examined for 'friendly' features, such as politeness, specificity, constructiveness and helpfulness, and for 'unfriendly' features, like the use of cryptic codes or vocabulary, or language which users might find threatening, domineering, or emotive.
    Ex: This is 'scientific journalism' at its worst, but its standards are not wholly different from those of the mainline press.
    Ex: His preference for books rather than journals was more commanding than his preference for poetry rather than prose.
    Ex: Countries should adopt strategies to prepare themselves for the all-pervasive influence of IT in people's lives in the 21st century.
    Ex: Some children may be constrained by a mainstream curriculum that does not match their ability level.
    Ex: Where other women are in position of authority, they are even more suppressive to other women than males.
    Ex: While not addressing specific issues the rejoinder focuses on a few pervading themes.
    Ex: There are different styles of handling interpersonal conflict such as integrating, obliging, dominating, avoiding, and compromising.
    Ex: Regardless of gender, problem drinking was mainly related to traits of negative masculinity ( bossy, noisy, aggressive, etc) whereas binge eating was mainly related to negative femininity (shy, needs approval from others, etc).
    Ex: With the kids tucked into bed, bossy boots left to fill her empty life with some cocktails.
    Ex: Overbearing parents are likely to raise obsessive kids, according to a new study.
    * función dominante = alpha role.
    * grupo dominante = dominant group.
    * papel dominante = alpha role.

    * * *
    A
    1 ‹color/tendencia› predominant, dominant; ‹opinión› prevailing ( before n)
    la nación dominante en este campo the dominant o leading nation in this field
    los tonos dominantes del cuadro the predominant tones in the painting
    el rasgo dominante de su carácter the dominant o most outstanding feature of his personality
    la nota dominante de la jornada fue la tranquilidad calm prevailed throughout the day
    vientos dominantes del sur prevailing southerly winds
    2 ( Biol) dominant
    3 ( Mús) dominant
    4 ( Astrol) dominant
    B ‹persona› domineering
    * * *

    dominante adjetivo
    1
    a)color/tendencia predominant, dominant;

    opinión prevailing ( before n);
    cultura dominant
    b) (Biol, Mús, Astrol) dominant

    2 persona domineering
    dominante adjetivo
    1 (predominante, mayoritario) dominant
    2 (tiránico) domineering
    ' dominante' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    imperiosa
    - imperioso
    - sargento
    - clase
    English:
    commanding
    - dominant
    - domineering
    - mainstream
    - masterful
    - overbearing
    - pervasive
    - self-assertive
    - self-assertiveness
    * * *
    adj
    1. [predominante] [nación, tendencia, característica] dominant;
    [vientos] prevailing;
    el color dominante era el azul the predominant colour was blue;
    la empresa tiene una posición dominante en el sector the company holds a commanding position in the sector;
    lo más dominante en su personalidad es el optimismo his most striking characteristic is his optimism
    2. [persona] domineering
    3. Biol [gen] dominant
    4. Mús dominant
    nf
    1. [característica] predominant feature
    2. Mús dominant
    * * *
    adj dominant; desp
    domineering
    * * *
    1) : dominant
    2) : domineering
    * * *
    dominante adj dominant

    Spanish-English dictionary > dominante

  • 7 envolvente

    adj.
    1 enveloping.
    2 wraparound, wrapping.
    3 encircling, all-embracing, embracing, enveloping.
    m.
    1 envelope, envelop.
    2 enveloping surface.
    3 envelope.
    * * *
    1 enveloping
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=circundante) [ambiente] surrounding; [música] all-enveloping; [atmósfera] absorbing; (Mil) [movimiento, maniobra] encircling, enveloping
    2) (=completo) comprehensive
    3) Caribe, Cono Sur (=interesante) fascinating, intriguing
    * * *
    adjetivo <mirada/movimento> sweeping; (Mil) < maniobra> enveloping, encircling
    * * *
    ----
    * sonido envolvente = surround sound.
    * * *
    adjetivo <mirada/movimento> sweeping; (Mil) < maniobra> enveloping, encircling
    * * *
    * sonido envolvente = surround sound.
    * * *
    1 ‹mirada› sweeping; ‹movimiento› sweeping
    se puso una capa envolvente he put on a cloak which completely enveloped him
    2 ( Mil) ‹maniobra› enveloping, encircling
    * * *
    1. [que envuelve] [niebla, atmósfera, sonido] enveloping
    2. Mil [maniobra] encircling
    * * *
    adj pervasive

    Spanish-English dictionary > envolvente

  • 8 extendido

    adj.
    1 extended, outstretched, spread-eagled, stretched out.
    2 widespread, outspread.
    m.
    extension.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: extender.
    * * *
    1→ link=extender extender
    1 (difundido) widespread
    2 (mano etc) outstretched
    * * *
    (f. - extendida)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=desplegado) [mantel, mapa] spread out, outspread; [alas, brazos] stretched out, outstretched

    con los brazos extendidos — with his arms stretched out, with outstretched arms

    2) (=propagado) widespread

    está muy extendido el uso de esa palabra — that word is very widely used, the use of that word is very widespread

    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    1) <costumbre/error> widespread
    2) <brazos/alas> outstretched
    * * *
    = pervasive, outstretched, epidemic, widespread.
    Ex. The unease is pervasive, not an occasional outcropping of discontent.
    Ex. The 'law of the outstretched arm', by which is understood the rule that information which is further away than can be physically reached has a major impact on information use patterns.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) and the epidemic growth of its literature' = El artículo se titula "El síndrome de inmunodeficiencia adquirida (SIDA) y el crecimiento exponencial de su literatura".
    Ex. Comment published so far is favourable, but the code still awaits widespread adoption.
    ----
    * muy extendido = commonly-held, widely held.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    1) <costumbre/error> widespread
    2) <brazos/alas> outstretched
    * * *
    = pervasive, outstretched, epidemic, widespread.

    Ex: The unease is pervasive, not an occasional outcropping of discontent.

    Ex: The 'law of the outstretched arm', by which is understood the rule that information which is further away than can be physically reached has a major impact on information use patterns.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) and the epidemic growth of its literature' = El artículo se titula "El síndrome de inmunodeficiencia adquirida (SIDA) y el crecimiento exponencial de su literatura".
    Ex: Comment published so far is favourable, but the code still awaits widespread adoption.
    * muy extendido = commonly-held, widely held.

    * * *
    A ‹costumbre/error› widespread; ‹epidemia/enfermedad› widespread
    una palabra de uso muy extendido a very widely used word
    el uso de la droga está muy extendido entre los jóvenes the use of drugs is very widespread among young people
    tiene el cáncer ya muy extendido the cancer has already spread throughout his body
    B ‹brazos/alas› outstretched
    realizar el ejercicio con las piernas extendidas do the exercise with your legs stretched out
    * * *

    Del verbo extender: ( conjugate extender)

    extendido es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    extender    
    extendido
    extender ( conjugate extender) verbo transitivo
    1periódico/mapa› to open … up o out;
    mantel/toallato spread … out
    2 brazos to stretch out;
    alas to spread;

    3pintura/mantequilla to spread
    4 ( ampliar) ‹poderes/plazo/permiso to extend
    5 (frml) ‹factura/cheque/escritura to issue;
    receta to make out, write
    extenderse verbo pronominal
    1 ( en el espacio)
    a) [fuego/epidemia/noticia] to spread

    b) [territorio/propiedad] to stretch;


    c) [influencia/autoridad] to extend;

    extendidose a algo to extend to sth
    2 ( en el tiempo)
    a) [época/debate] to last

    b) [ persona]:


    ¿quisiera extendidose sobre ese punto? would you like to expand on that point?
    extendido
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    a)costumbre/error widespread

    b)brazos/alas outstretched

    extender verbo transitivo
    1 to extend
    (un territorio) to enlarge
    2 (desplegar, estirar) to spread (out), open (out)
    (una mano, las piernas, etc) to stretch (out)
    3 (untar) to spread
    4 (expedir) (un cheque) to make out
    (un documento) to draw up
    (un certificado) to issue
    extendido,-a adjetivo
    1 (desplegado) spread out, open: el mapa estaba extendido sobre la mesa, the map was spread out on the table
    (alas, brazos) outstretched: me recibió con los brazos extendidos, he greeted me with outstretched arms
    2 (hábito, uso, rumor) widespread: el rumor está bien extendido, the rumour is very widespread
    ' extendido' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    extendida
    - cuyo
    - plato
    - tener
    English:
    extended
    - outstretched
    - prevalent
    - widespread
    - extensively
    - out
    - rife
    - wide
    * * *
    extendido, -a adj
    1. [esparcido] spread out;
    tiene el cáncer muy extendido his cancer has spread very extensively
    2. [abierto] outstretched, open;
    con las piernas extendidas with legs outstretched
    3. [diseminado] widespread, prevalent;
    es un prejuicio muy extendido it is a very widespread prejudice;
    el correo electrónico está muy extendido en las empresas electronic mail is very widely used in business
    * * *
    I partextender
    II adj
    1 costumbre widespread
    2 brazos outstretched; mapa spread out
    * * *
    extendido, -da adj
    1) : outstretched
    2) : widespread
    * * *
    1. (difundido) widespread
    2. (brazos) outstretched

    Spanish-English dictionary > extendido

  • 9 general2

    2 = all-embracing, broad [broader -comp., broadest -sup.], comprehensive, general, large [larger -comp., largest -sup.], sweeping, ubiquitous, umbrella, widespread, pervasive, blanket, all-encompassing, broadly based, wide-ranging [wide ranging], overriding, broad-based [broad based], wide-scale, overarching, received, epidemic, pandemic, wide-angle(d), generalised [generalized, -USA], embracing, encompassing.
    Ex. Some databases are very all-embracing in their coverage and attempt to provide comprehensive coverage of entire disciplines.
    Ex. This broader consideration of descriptive cataloguing problems serves to set a context for the consideration of cataloguing problems associated with nonbook materials.
    Ex. One of the factors to consider in the selection of a data base is whether the data base is comprehensive or not.
    Ex. Nevertheless, the fact that these general lists cannot serve for every application has triggered a search for more consistent approaches.
    Ex. Serial searching for a string of characters is usually performed on a small subset of a large file.
    Ex. Such a statement of objectives may appear narrowly defined in its practices and yet, at the same time, rather sweeping in its assumptions.
    Ex. Worldwide, however, the printed book is still the most ubiquitous source of record = Sin embargo, el libro impreso es aún en todo el mundo la fuente de información escrita más común.
    Ex. This article describes how an ' umbrella licence' was obtained covering a group of libraries within the region.
    Ex. Comment published so far is favourable, but the code still awaits widespread adoption.
    Ex. The unease is pervasive, not an occasional outcropping of discontent.
    Ex. Likert in no way attempts to make a blanket prescription for employee-centered supervisory styles.
    Ex. In publishing itself there is little use made of the all-encompassing schemes such as Dewey or the Library of Congress.
    Ex. Library schools are offering broadly based courses with increasing emphasis on technology and information systems, but practising librarians still need the traditional skills.
    Ex. The contents of this handbook are comprehensive and wide-ranging.
    Ex. Consequently, the overriding demand made by the academic community is bibliographical in nature.
    Ex. However, the organisation is well on its way to becoming a broad-based provider of databases and end-user oriented information services in all areas of engineering.
    Ex. Without the stimuli of cooperative agencies, many programmes such as wide-scale interlibrary loan would not have developed so rapidly.
    Ex. There appears to be an unhealthy tendency among information technology professionals to elevate any single, highly successful practical experience instantly into an overarching paradigm for managerial success.
    Ex. It was interesting, in view of the received opinion that 'We don't have many problems round here'.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) and the epidemic growth of its literature' = El artículo se titula "El síndrome de inmunodeficiencia adquirida (SIDA) y el crecimiento exponencial de su literatura".
    Ex. Test score data were broken down to show that the decline is pandemic throughout the culture & not limited to sex, race, or class variables.
    Ex. Except for the principal no one besides the librarian has such a wide-angle view of the school's instructional programme.
    Ex. Although it is coy about admitting the fact it is only mentioned twice in the whole of the thirty pages of publicity material it is in effect a generalized and modernized Thesaurofacet: a facetted classification with a thesaurus structure forming an integral part.
    Ex. What is needed is an embracing approach to guarantee freedom for Palestine and legitimacy for Israel.
    Ex. By drawing Russia into an encompassing coalition with Europe and other powers, the risk of conflict will be diminished.
    ----
    * abogado general = advocate-general.
    * Acuerdo General sobre Aranceles y Comercio (GATT) = General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT).
    * anestesia general = general anaesthesia.
    * asamblea general = general assembly.
    * biblioteca general = general library.
    * como norma general = as a general rule of thumb, as a rough guide.
    * consenso general = general consensus.
    * creencia general = conventional wisdom.
    * criterio general = rule of thumb.
    * dar una idea general = paint + a broad picture.
    * de aplicación general = general-purpose, of general application.
    * de forma general = bulk.
    * de interés general = of general interest.
    * de lo general a lo particular = from the general to the particular.
    * de lo particular a lo general = from the particular to the general.
    * de propósito general = general-purpose.
    * describir en líneas generales = outline.
    * desde un punto de vista general = in a broad sense.
    * desde un punto de vista más general = in a broader sense.
    * designación general de la clase de documento = general material designation.
    * de tipo general = broad scoped.
    * de un modo muy general = crudely.
    * de utilidad general = all-purpose.
    * director general = senior director.
    * elección general = general election.
    * encabezamiento demasiado general = much-too-broad heading.
    * encabezamiento informativo general = general explanatory heading.
    * en el sentido más general = in the broadest sense.
    * en general = at large, by and large, for the most part, generally, in general, in the main, on balance, on the whole, overall, broadly, as a whole, generally speaking.
    * en líneas generales = broadly speaking, generally, on the whole, in basic outline, roughly speaking, as a rough guide.
    * ensayo general = dress rehearsal.
    * en su sentido más general = in its/their broadest sense.
    * en términos generales = in broad terms, generally speaking.
    * en un sentido general = in a broad sense.
    * en un sentido más general = in a broader sense.
    * esquema general = outline.
    * gobernador general = Governor General.
    * hablando en términos generales = loosely speaking.
    * idea general = rough idea.
    * índice general = general index.
    * informe sobre el estado general de las carreteras = road report.
    * instrucción general = blanket instruction.
    * interés general = public interest.
    * la comunidad en general = the community at large.
    * la sociedad en general = society at large.
    * materia más general = broader subject.
    * norma general = rule of thumb.
    * Norma General Internacional para la Descripción de Archivvos (ISAD-G) = General International Standard Archival Description (ISAD(G)).
    * opinión general = consensus of opinion, conventional wisdom.
    * opinión general, la = received wisdom, the.
    * parálisis general = general paresis.
    * población en general, la = general population, the.
    * por lo general = on the whole, all in all, in general, generally, generally speaking, in the normal run of events, in the normal run of things.
    * público en general = broader audience, broad audience, broad public, broader public.
    * público en general, el = general public, the.
    * Secretaría General = Secretariat.
    * ser de uso general = be generally available.
    * sistema de clasificación general = general scheme.
    * Sistema General de Ordenación (SGO) = Broad System of Ordering (BSO).
    * una guía general = a rough guide.
    * una idea general = a rough guide.

    Spanish-English dictionary > general2

  • 10 generalizado

    adj.
    generalized, endemic.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: generalizar.
    * * *
    1→ link=generalizar generalizar
    1 widespread, common
    * * *
    (f. - generalizada)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ [crisis, creencia, guerra] widespread

    existe la creencia generalizada de que... — it is commonly o widely believed that..., there is a widely held belief that...

    * * *
    - da adjetivo < opinión> widespread
    * * *
    = generalised [generalized, -USA], all-pervasive [all pervasive], wide-scale, widespread, all-embracing, embracing, all-encompassing, encompassing.
    Ex. Although it is coy about admitting the fact it is only mentioned twice in the whole of the thirty pages of publicity material it is in effect a generalized and modernized Thesaurofacet: a facetted classification with a thesaurus structure forming an integral part.
    Ex. Countries should adopt strategies to prepare themselves for the all-pervasive influence of IT in people's lives in the 21st century.
    Ex. Without the stimuli of cooperative agencies, many programmes such as wide-scale interlibrary loan would not have developed so rapidly.
    Ex. Comment published so far is favourable, but the code still awaits widespread adoption.
    Ex. Some databases are very all-embracing in their coverage and attempt to provide comprehensive coverage of entire disciplines.
    Ex. What is needed is an embracing approach to guarantee freedom for Palestine and legitimacy for Israel.
    Ex. In publishing itself there is little use made of the all-encompassing schemes such as Dewey or the Library of Congress.
    Ex. By drawing Russia into an encompassing coalition with Europe and other powers, the risk of conflict will be diminished.
    ----
    * formato generalizado para la codificación de documentos web = generalised markup format.
    * muy generalizado = commonly-held, widely held.
    * protesta generalizada = public outcry.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo < opinión> widespread
    * * *
    = generalised [generalized, -USA], all-pervasive [all pervasive], wide-scale, widespread, all-embracing, embracing, all-encompassing, encompassing.

    Ex: Although it is coy about admitting the fact it is only mentioned twice in the whole of the thirty pages of publicity material it is in effect a generalized and modernized Thesaurofacet: a facetted classification with a thesaurus structure forming an integral part.

    Ex: Countries should adopt strategies to prepare themselves for the all-pervasive influence of IT in people's lives in the 21st century.
    Ex: Without the stimuli of cooperative agencies, many programmes such as wide-scale interlibrary loan would not have developed so rapidly.
    Ex: Comment published so far is favourable, but the code still awaits widespread adoption.
    Ex: Some databases are very all-embracing in their coverage and attempt to provide comprehensive coverage of entire disciplines.
    Ex: What is needed is an embracing approach to guarantee freedom for Palestine and legitimacy for Israel.
    Ex: In publishing itself there is little use made of the all-encompassing schemes such as Dewey or the Library of Congress.
    Ex: By drawing Russia into an encompassing coalition with Europe and other powers, the risk of conflict will be diminished.
    * formato generalizado para la codificación de documentos web = generalised markup format.
    * muy generalizado = commonly-held, widely held.
    * protesta generalizada = public outcry.

    * * *
    widespread
    una opinión generalizada entre la gente joven an opinion widely held among young people, a widespread opinion among young people
    * * *

    Del verbo generalizar: ( conjugate generalizar)

    generalizado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    generalizado    
    generalizar
    generalizado
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    widespread
    generalizar ( conjugate generalizar) verbo intransitivo
    to generalize, make generalizations
    generalizarse verbo pronominal
    to spread
    generalizar verbo transitivo
    1 to generalize: no todos son así, no se puede generalizar, not all of them are like that, you can't generalize
    2 (extender, propagar) to spread

    ' generalizado' also found in these entries:
    English:
    full-scale
    - massive
    - widespread
    - general
    - mass
    - popular
    * * *
    generalizado, -a adj
    widespread
    * * *
    generalizado, -da adj
    : generalized, widespread
    * * *
    generalizado adj widespread

    Spanish-English dictionary > generalizado

  • 11 global

    adj.
    global, overall.
    * * *
    1 global, comprehensive, overall
    * * *
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) [en conjunto] [cantidad, resultado] overall, total; [investigación, análisis] comprehensive
    2) (=mundial) global
    * * *
    a) (total, general) < informe> full, comprehensive; < resultado> overall; <precio/cantidad> total; <visión/estudio> global
    b) ( mundial) global

    repercusiones globalesglobal o worldwide repercussions

    c) (Inf) global
    * * *
    = all-embracing, global, holistic, overall, sweeping, umbrella, inclusive, pervasive, all-encompassing, overriding, systemic, overarching, all-inclusive, wide-angle(d), embracing, encompassing.
    Ex. Some databases are very all-embracing in their coverage and attempt to provide comprehensive coverage of entire disciplines.
    Ex. Any change made to a primary heading could be made to have a global effect on the entire authority file and hence the catalog.
    Ex. Intradisciplinary citation analysis reveals that the 'holistic' study of man appears to be only a rhetorical claim.
    Ex. There is not necessarily any overall plan for the development and maintenance of the schedules.
    Ex. Such a statement of objectives may appear narrowly defined in its practices and yet, at the same time, rather sweeping in its assumptions.
    Ex. This article describes how an ' umbrella licence' was obtained covering a group of libraries within the region.
    Ex. A collective title is a title proper that is an inclusive title for an item containing several works.
    Ex. The unease is pervasive, not an occasional outcropping of discontent.
    Ex. In publishing itself there is little use made of the all-encompassing schemes such as Dewey or the Library of Congress.
    Ex. Consequently, the overriding demand made by the academic community is bibliographical in nature.
    Ex. There is a need for an examination of the whole process of information dissemination from a 'systemic' framework.
    Ex. There appears to be an unhealthy tendency among information technology professionals to elevate any single, highly successful practical experience instantly into an overarching paradigm for managerial success.
    Ex. It is not an all-inclusive listing of materials on this topic.
    Ex. Except for the principal no one besides the librarian has such a wide-angle view of the school's instructional programme.
    Ex. What is needed is an embracing approach to guarantee freedom for Palestine and legitimacy for Israel.
    Ex. By drawing Russia into an encompassing coalition with Europe and other powers, the risk of conflict will be diminished.
    ----
    * aldea global, la = global village, the.
    * búsqueda global = comprehensive search.
    * cantidad global = lump sum.
    * como unidad global = as a whole.
    * concepción global = gestalt.
    * dar una visión global = give + overview, overview.
    * de forma global = holistically.
    * de manera global = holistically.
    * descripción global = outline.
    * presentar una visión global = present + an overview, overview.
    * suma global = lump sum.
    * término global = umbrella.
    * * *
    a) (total, general) < informe> full, comprehensive; < resultado> overall; <precio/cantidad> total; <visión/estudio> global
    b) ( mundial) global

    repercusiones globalesglobal o worldwide repercussions

    c) (Inf) global
    * * *
    = all-embracing, global, holistic, overall, sweeping, umbrella, inclusive, pervasive, all-encompassing, overriding, systemic, overarching, all-inclusive, wide-angle(d), embracing, encompassing.

    Ex: Some databases are very all-embracing in their coverage and attempt to provide comprehensive coverage of entire disciplines.

    Ex: Any change made to a primary heading could be made to have a global effect on the entire authority file and hence the catalog.
    Ex: Intradisciplinary citation analysis reveals that the 'holistic' study of man appears to be only a rhetorical claim.
    Ex: There is not necessarily any overall plan for the development and maintenance of the schedules.
    Ex: Such a statement of objectives may appear narrowly defined in its practices and yet, at the same time, rather sweeping in its assumptions.
    Ex: This article describes how an ' umbrella licence' was obtained covering a group of libraries within the region.
    Ex: A collective title is a title proper that is an inclusive title for an item containing several works.
    Ex: The unease is pervasive, not an occasional outcropping of discontent.
    Ex: In publishing itself there is little use made of the all-encompassing schemes such as Dewey or the Library of Congress.
    Ex: Consequently, the overriding demand made by the academic community is bibliographical in nature.
    Ex: There is a need for an examination of the whole process of information dissemination from a 'systemic' framework.
    Ex: There appears to be an unhealthy tendency among information technology professionals to elevate any single, highly successful practical experience instantly into an overarching paradigm for managerial success.
    Ex: It is not an all-inclusive listing of materials on this topic.
    Ex: Except for the principal no one besides the librarian has such a wide-angle view of the school's instructional programme.
    Ex: What is needed is an embracing approach to guarantee freedom for Palestine and legitimacy for Israel.
    Ex: By drawing Russia into an encompassing coalition with Europe and other powers, the risk of conflict will be diminished.
    * aldea global, la = global village, the.
    * búsqueda global = comprehensive search.
    * cantidad global = lump sum.
    * como unidad global = as a whole.
    * concepción global = gestalt.
    * dar una visión global = give + overview, overview.
    * de forma global = holistically.
    * de manera global = holistically.
    * descripción global = outline.
    * presentar una visión global = present + an overview, overview.
    * suma global = lump sum.
    * término global = umbrella.

    * * *
    1 (total, general) ‹informe› full, comprehensive; ‹resultado› overall; ‹precio/cantidad› total; ‹visión/estudio› global
    cantidad global a abonar total amount due
    un panorama global de la literatura latinoamericana contemporánea a global perspective o an overall picture of contemporary Latin American literature
    2 (mundial) global
    repercusiones globales global o worldwide repercussions
    3 ( Inf) global
    * * *

    global adjetivo
    global;
    informe full, comprehensive;
    resultado overall;
    precio/cantidad total
    global adjetivo
    1 (en conjunto) comprehensive
    una visión global del asunto, a global view of the matter
    2 (mundial) global: la Tierra está sufriendo un calentamiento global, the Earth is undergoing global warming
    ' global' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    calentamiento
    - general
    - mundial
    - recalentamiento
    - total
    English:
    board
    - global
    - grand
    - overall
    - package deal
    - blanket
    - comprehensive
    - GPS
    - inclusive
    - lump
    - net
    * * *
    global adj
    1. [acuerdo] general;
    [solución, enfoque] global; [análisis] comprehensive; [aumento] overall; [precio] total; Informát
    una búsqueda global a global search;
    lo compraron por un importe global de 10 millones they bought it for a total sum of 10 milllion
    2. [mundial] global, worldwide;
    una economía global a global economy
    * * *
    adj
    1 (de todo el mundo) global
    2 visión, resultado overall; cantidad total
    * * *
    global adj
    1) : global, worldwide
    2) : full, comprehensive
    3) : total, overall

    Spanish-English dictionary > global

  • 12 igualmente

    adv.
    1 also, likewise (also).
    2 the same to you, likewise.
    3 equally, alike, too, as well.
    intj.
    1 just the same.
    2 the same to you.
    * * *
    es igualmente usual que... it is just as usual that...
    2 (también) likewise; (a pesar de ello) all the same, still
    se refirió igualmente a... he also referred to...
    3 (como respuesta) the same to you
    ¡que haya suerte! --¡igualmente! good luck! --the same to you!
    * * *
    adv.
    * * *
    ADV
    1) (=del mismo modo) equally

    todos mis estudiantes son igualmente vagos — all my students are equally lazy, my students are all as lazy as each other

    aunque se lo prohíbas, lo hará igualmente — even if you tell him not to, he'll do it anyway o just the same

    2) (=también) likewise

    igualmente, los pensionistas quedan exentos — likewise, pensioners are exempt

    3) [en saludo] likewise, the same to you

    -¡Feliz Navidad! -gracias, igualmente — "Happy Christmas!" - "thanks, likewise o the same to you"

    -muchos recuerdos a tus padres -gracias, igualmente — "give my regards to your parents" - "I will, and to yours too"

    4) (=uniformemente) evenly
    * * *

    saludos a tu mujer - gracias, igualmente — give my regards to your wife - thanks, and to yours (too)

    b) <bueno/malo> equally
    c) (frml) ( también) likewise
    * * *
    = as well, for that matter, likewise, similarly, correspondingly, equally, just as importantly, equally importantly, as importantly, so too, in like manner, in a like manner, in like fashion, same here, me too, in like vein.
    Ex. Again, the following statement is appropriate: A is permitted, but consider B or C or... N, as well or instead.
    Ex. A machine-readable national data base, or for that matter any catalog, should be capable of existing in time.
    Ex. 'Bearings' are part of the Key system 'Dynamos', and thus may be denoted by (p), thus (p) Bearings and likewise (p) Diameter.
    Ex. Thus the electronic journal (e-journal) is a concept where scientists are able to input ideas and text to a computer data base for their colleagues to view, and similarly to view the work of others.
    Ex. For supercomputers the number of sales is at a much lower level, but the unit prices are correspondingly higher.
    Ex. Porous Bavarian limestone was used as this absorbs grease and water equally.
    Ex. And, just as importantly, computers have assumed an increasingly pervasive role in industrial automation.
    Ex. Equally importantly, it strives to reflect the latest developments in the field of cooperative activities.
    Ex. As importantly, I also want to look at the medium term management problems relating to the delivery of digital libraries.
    Ex. Quality is important but so too is hard statistical evidence of the library's productivity.
    Ex. In like manner, new books do not generally replace old ones in libraries.
    Ex. The author suggests that certain types of people are attracted to certain occupations, and that people who choose the same occupation tend to behave in a like manner within their occupational group.
    Ex. Since Michigan's pioneering move, two other schools have re-baptized themselves in like fashion.
    Ex. Same here. I mean, I personally think that there is some divine power somewhere.
    Ex. Unfortunately, this approach results mostly in ' me too' behavior and very little that's new.
    Ex. Other old crones added their ribaldries in like vein, amusing everyone but the young couple.
    * * *

    saludos a tu mujer - gracias, igualmente — give my regards to your wife - thanks, and to yours (too)

    b) <bueno/malo> equally
    c) (frml) ( también) likewise
    * * *
    = as well, for that matter, likewise, similarly, correspondingly, equally, just as importantly, equally importantly, as importantly, so too, in like manner, in a like manner, in like fashion, same here, me too, in like vein.

    Ex: Again, the following statement is appropriate: A is permitted, but consider B or C or... N, as well or instead.

    Ex: A machine-readable national data base, or for that matter any catalog, should be capable of existing in time.
    Ex: 'Bearings' are part of the Key system 'Dynamos', and thus may be denoted by (p), thus (p) Bearings and likewise (p) Diameter.
    Ex: Thus the electronic journal (e-journal) is a concept where scientists are able to input ideas and text to a computer data base for their colleagues to view, and similarly to view the work of others.
    Ex: For supercomputers the number of sales is at a much lower level, but the unit prices are correspondingly higher.
    Ex: Porous Bavarian limestone was used as this absorbs grease and water equally.
    Ex: And, just as importantly, computers have assumed an increasingly pervasive role in industrial automation.
    Ex: Equally importantly, it strives to reflect the latest developments in the field of cooperative activities.
    Ex: As importantly, I also want to look at the medium term management problems relating to the delivery of digital libraries.
    Ex: Quality is important but so too is hard statistical evidence of the library's productivity.
    Ex: In like manner, new books do not generally replace old ones in libraries.
    Ex: The author suggests that certain types of people are attracted to certain occupations, and that people who choose the same occupation tend to behave in a like manner within their occupational group.
    Ex: Since Michigan's pioneering move, two other schools have re-baptized themselves in like fashion.
    Ex: Same here. I mean, I personally think that there is some divine power somewhere.
    Ex: Unfortunately, this approach results mostly in ' me too' behavior and very little that's new.
    Ex: Other old crones added their ribaldries in like vein, amusing everyone but the young couple.

    * * *
    A
    (en fórmulas de cortesía): que lo pases muy bienigualmente have a great time — you too o and you
    saludos a tu mujer — gracias, igualmente give my regards to your wife — thanks, and to yours (too)
    feliz Año Nuevo — gracias, igualmente Happy New Year — thanks, the same to you
    B ‹bueno/malo› equally
    hay cinco candidatos, todos igualmente malos there are five candidates, all equally bad o all as bad as each other
    C ( frml) (también) likewise
    * * *

     

    igualmente adverbio

    que lo pases muy bienigualmente have a great time — you too o and you

    b)bueno/malo equally

    c) (frml) ( también) likewise

    igualmente adverbio
    1 (por igual) equally: las dos hipótesis son igualmente probables, the two hypotheses are equally possible
    2 (del mismo modo, lo mismo digo) fam ¡estás preciosa! - ¡igualmente!, you look great!- you too!
    ¡gracias! - ¡igualmente!, thank you! - the same to you!
    3 (también) also, likewise: ... el siguiente caso es igualmente incurable,... the next case is also incurable
    ' igualmente' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ver
    - asimismo
    English:
    alike
    - equally
    - same
    - similarly
    * * *
    1. [de manera igual] equally;
    la riqueza no está repartida igualmente wealth is not distributed equally;
    dos proyectos igualmente importantes two equally important projects
    2. [también] also, likewise;
    ofreció igualmente dar asilo a los refugiados he also o likewise offered to grant the refugees asylum;
    igualmente, querría recordar a nuestro querido maestro I would also like us to remember our much-loved teacher
    3. [fórmula de cortesía]
    que pases un buen fin de semana – igualmente have a good weekend – you too;
    que aproveche – igualmente enjoy your meal – you too;
    ¡Feliz Navidad! – igualmente Merry Christmas! – same to you!;
    encantado de conocerlo – igualmente pleased to meet you – likewise;
    recuerdos a tu madre – gracias, igualmente give my regards to your mother – thanks, give mine to yours too
    * * *
    adv equally
    * * *
    1) : equally
    2) asimismo: likewise
    * * *
    igualmente1 adv equally
    igualmente2 interj the same to you! / you too!
    ¡que vaya bien! ¡Igualmente! all the best! The same to you!

    Spanish-English dictionary > igualmente

  • 13 indiferencia

    f.
    indifference.
    * * *
    1 indifference
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    SF lack of interest ( hacia in, towards)
    indifference frm ( hacia towards)

    ella aparentaba indiferencia — she pretended to be indifferent, she feigned indifference

    * * *
    femenino indifference
    * * *
    = indifference, unconcern, emotional fatigue, compassion fatigue, impassivity, indolence, disregard, detachment, insouciance, nonchalance, cold shoulder, lassitude.
    Ex. This article provides examples to illustrate why librarians are partly to blame through their indifference, complacency and failure to prosecute.
    Ex. Now most users are not even aware that their problems are always treated confidentially by the librarian, and so are filled with unconcern.
    Ex. The nature of contemporary media coverage may contribute to emotional fatigue with society's problems = La naturaleza de la covertura de los medios de comunicación modernos puede contribuir a desarrollar la insensibilidad con respecto a los problemas de la sociedad.
    Ex. Compassion fatigue encompasses desensitisation and emotional burnout, as a phenomenon associated with pervasive communication about social problems = La fatiga compasiva incluye la insensibilización y la apatía emocional, como fenómeno asociado a la insistente bombardeo informativo sobre los problemas sociales.
    Ex. The most significant conclusion drawn was the librarian's impassivity in their day to day interactions with users.
    Ex. Sunday remains a 'people's day,' a consensus of indolence = El domingo sigue siendo el 'día de la gente', donde predomina la indolencia.
    Ex. There is in general a blithe disregard of the limits to pecision imposed by sampling error.
    Ex. The author surveys a group of information aliterate students identifying the possible causes of reluctance or detachment on the part of some students.
    Ex. She emphasizes Colette's extraordinary character: her bravura, pragmatism, insouciance, resistance to conventions and, above all, appetite.
    Ex. 'Look, Mel, these are your people, not mine,' said the director with an assumption of nonchalance.
    Ex. According to researchers, these are the cities where 'immigrants find friendly welcomes or cold shoulders'.
    Ex. His lassitude does not appear to emanate from laziness, but rather from the stirrings of nihilistic restlessness.
    ----
    * con indiferencia = indifferently, casually.
    * mostrar indiferencia = give + Nombre + the cold shoulder, turn + a cold shoulder to, cold-shoulder.
    * * *
    femenino indifference
    * * *
    = indifference, unconcern, emotional fatigue, compassion fatigue, impassivity, indolence, disregard, detachment, insouciance, nonchalance, cold shoulder, lassitude.

    Ex: This article provides examples to illustrate why librarians are partly to blame through their indifference, complacency and failure to prosecute.

    Ex: Now most users are not even aware that their problems are always treated confidentially by the librarian, and so are filled with unconcern.
    Ex: The nature of contemporary media coverage may contribute to emotional fatigue with society's problems = La naturaleza de la covertura de los medios de comunicación modernos puede contribuir a desarrollar la insensibilidad con respecto a los problemas de la sociedad.
    Ex: Compassion fatigue encompasses desensitisation and emotional burnout, as a phenomenon associated with pervasive communication about social problems = La fatiga compasiva incluye la insensibilización y la apatía emocional, como fenómeno asociado a la insistente bombardeo informativo sobre los problemas sociales.
    Ex: The most significant conclusion drawn was the librarian's impassivity in their day to day interactions with users.
    Ex: Sunday remains a 'people's day,' a consensus of indolence = El domingo sigue siendo el 'día de la gente', donde predomina la indolencia.
    Ex: There is in general a blithe disregard of the limits to pecision imposed by sampling error.
    Ex: The author surveys a group of information aliterate students identifying the possible causes of reluctance or detachment on the part of some students.
    Ex: She emphasizes Colette's extraordinary character: her bravura, pragmatism, insouciance, resistance to conventions and, above all, appetite.
    Ex: 'Look, Mel, these are your people, not mine,' said the director with an assumption of nonchalance.
    Ex: According to researchers, these are the cities where 'immigrants find friendly welcomes or cold shoulders'.
    Ex: His lassitude does not appear to emanate from laziness, but rather from the stirrings of nihilistic restlessness.
    * con indiferencia = indifferently, casually.
    * mostrar indiferencia = give + Nombre + the cold shoulder, turn + a cold shoulder to, cold-shoulder.

    * * *
    indifference
    * * *

    indiferencia sustantivo femenino
    indifference
    indiferencia sustantivo femenino indifference
    ' indiferencia' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    olvido
    - total
    - afectar
    - aparentar
    - desprecio
    - y
    English:
    casually
    - detachment
    - disregard
    - face
    - indifference
    - indifferently
    * * *
    indifference
    * * *
    f indifference
    * * *
    : indifference
    * * *
    indiferencia n indifference

    Spanish-English dictionary > indiferencia

  • 14 industrial

    adj.
    industrial.
    f. & m.
    1 industrialist.
    2 industrial, employee in an industry.
    * * *
    1 industrial
    1 industrialist, manufacturer
    * * *
    adj.
    * * *
    1. ADJ
    1) (=de la industria) industrial
    2) (=no casero) factory-made, industrially produced
    3) * (=enorme) huge, massive
    2.
    * * *
    I
    adjetivo industrial
    II
    masculino y femenino industrialist
    * * *
    = industrial, industrialist.
    Nota: Nombre.
    Ex. And, just as importantly, computers have assumed an increasingly pervasive role in industrial automation.
    Ex. Producers, whether scientists, inventors or industrialists, must record all their technological achievements.
    ----
    * académico-industrial = academic-industrial.
    * ciudad industrial = industrial town.
    * Clasificación Industrial General de las Actividades Económicas (NACE) = General Industrial Classification of Economic Activities (NACE).
    * compañía industrial = industrial firm.
    * complejo industial = industrial park.
    * desarrollo industrial = industrial development.
    * diseño industrial = industrial design.
    * disputa industrial = industrial dispute.
    * encuadernación industrial = edition binding, trade binding.
    * filtración de secreto industrial = industry leak.
    * industrial del motor, la = motor trade, the.
    * información industrial = industrial information.
    * máquina industrial = manufacturing equipment.
    * para uso industrial = heavy-duty.
    * polígono industrial = industrial park.
    * potencia industrial = industrial power.
    * producto industrial = industrial product.
    * proletariado industrial = industrial proletariat.
    * revolución industrial, la = industrial revolution, the.
    * ruido industrial = industrial noise.
    * secreto industrial = trade secret, competitive information.
    * sector industrial, el = industrial sector, the.
    * sociología de las relaciones industriales = industrial sociology, sociology of industrial relations.
    * sociología industrial = industrial sociology.
    * suministro industrial = industrial supply.
    * superpotencia industrial = industrial superpower.
    * vertido industrial = industrial effluent.
    * zona industrial = industrial area.
    * * *
    I
    adjetivo industrial
    II
    masculino y femenino industrialist
    * * *
    = industrial, industrialist.
    Nota: Nombre.

    Ex: And, just as importantly, computers have assumed an increasingly pervasive role in industrial automation.

    Ex: Producers, whether scientists, inventors or industrialists, must record all their technological achievements.
    * académico-industrial = academic-industrial.
    * ciudad industrial = industrial town.
    * Clasificación Industrial General de las Actividades Económicas (NACE) = General Industrial Classification of Economic Activities (NACE).
    * compañía industrial = industrial firm.
    * complejo industial = industrial park.
    * desarrollo industrial = industrial development.
    * diseño industrial = industrial design.
    * disputa industrial = industrial dispute.
    * encuadernación industrial = edition binding, trade binding.
    * filtración de secreto industrial = industry leak.
    * industrial del motor, la = motor trade, the.
    * información industrial = industrial information.
    * máquina industrial = manufacturing equipment.
    * para uso industrial = heavy-duty.
    * polígono industrial = industrial park.
    * potencia industrial = industrial power.
    * producto industrial = industrial product.
    * proletariado industrial = industrial proletariat.
    * revolución industrial, la = industrial revolution, the.
    * ruido industrial = industrial noise.
    * secreto industrial = trade secret, competitive information.
    * sector industrial, el = industrial sector, the.
    * sociología de las relaciones industriales = industrial sociology, sociology of industrial relations.
    * sociología industrial = industrial sociology.
    * suministro industrial = industrial supply.
    * superpotencia industrial = industrial superpower.
    * vertido industrial = industrial effluent.
    * zona industrial = industrial area.

    * * *
    ‹sector/zona/desarrollo› industrial; ‹maquinaria/instalaciones› industrial
    industrialist
    * * *

    industrial adjetivo
    industrial
    ■ sustantivo masculino y femenino
    industrialist
    industrial
    I adjetivo industrial
    polígono industrial, industrial estate
    II mf industrialist
    ' industrial' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    accidente
    - cámara
    - conflicto
    - desarrollo
    - desechos
    - laboral
    - perita
    - perito
    - polígono
    - relojería
    - sociedad
    - caldera
    - cinturón
    - complejo
    - ingeniero
    - mecánico
    - movilización
    - zona
    English:
    dispute
    - engineer
    - industrial
    - industrial action
    - industrial area
    - industrial espionage
    - industrial estate
    - industrial unrest
    - industrialist
    - manufacturing
    - trading estate
    - cash
    - fair
    - heavy
    * * *
    adj
    1. [de la industria] industrial
    2. Fam [muy grande]
    fumaba cantidades industriales de habanos he used to smoke vast quantities of cigars;
    había cerveza en cantidades industriales there were gallons of beer
    nmf
    industrialist
    * * *
    I adj industrial;
    cantidad industrial fam massive amount fam
    II m/f industrialist
    * * *
    : industrial
    : industrialist, manufacturer
    * * *
    industrial adj industrial

    Spanish-English dictionary > industrial

  • 15 insensibilidad

    f.
    1 insensitivity (emocional).
    2 insensibility, callousness, hardness, hardness of heart.
    * * *
    1 insensitivity
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=indiferencia) insensitivity, unfeeling nature
    2) (Med) (=falta de conocimiento) insensibility, unconsciousness; (=entumecimiento) numbness
    * * *
    a) ( a emociones) insensitivity
    b) (Med) ( de una parte del cuerpo) numbness, lack of sensitivity
    * * *
    = callousness, emotional fatigue, compassion fatigue.
    Ex. Lack of proper self-evaluation may explain both their callousness and their imprudence = La falta de una autoevaluación adecuada puede explicar su insensibilidad e imprudencia.
    Ex. The nature of contemporary media coverage may contribute to emotional fatigue with society's problems = La naturaleza de la covertura de los medios de comunicación modernos puede contribuir a desarrollar la insensibilidad con respecto a los problemas de la sociedad.
    Ex. Compassion fatigue encompasses desensitisation and emotional burnout, as a phenomenon associated with pervasive communication about social problems = La fatiga compasiva incluye la insensibilización y la apatía emocional, como fenómeno asociado a la insistente bombardeo informativo sobre los problemas sociales.
    * * *
    a) ( a emociones) insensitivity
    b) (Med) ( de una parte del cuerpo) numbness, lack of sensitivity
    * * *
    = callousness, emotional fatigue, compassion fatigue.

    Ex: Lack of proper self-evaluation may explain both their callousness and their imprudence = La falta de una autoevaluación adecuada puede explicar su insensibilidad e imprudencia.

    Ex: The nature of contemporary media coverage may contribute to emotional fatigue with society's problems = La naturaleza de la covertura de los medios de comunicación modernos puede contribuir a desarrollar la insensibilidad con respecto a los problemas de la sociedad.
    Ex: Compassion fatigue encompasses desensitisation and emotional burnout, as a phenomenon associated with pervasive communication about social problems = La fatiga compasiva incluye la insensibilización y la apatía emocional, como fenómeno asociado a la insistente bombardeo informativo sobre los problemas sociales.

    * * *
    1 (a emociones) insensitivity
    2 ( Med) (de una parte del cuerpo) numbness, lack of sensitivity
    * * *

    insensibilidad sustantivo femenino insensitivity: su insensibilidad cuando interrogó a la víctima fue atroz, he interrogated the victim mercilessly
    * * *
    1. [emocional] insensitivity
    2. [física] numbness
    * * *
    f insensitivity
    * * *
    : insensitivity

    Spanish-English dictionary > insensibilidad

  • 16 insensibilización

    f.
    desensitization, anesthetization, anaesthetization, insensibilization.
    * * *
    = desensitisation [desensitization, -USA].
    Ex. Compassion fatigue encompasses desensitisation and emotional burnout, as a phenomenon associated with pervasive communication about social problems = La fatiga compasiva incluye la insensibilización y la apatía emocional, como fenómeno asociado a la insistente bombardeo informativo sobre los problemas sociales.
    * * *
    = desensitisation [desensitization, -USA].

    Ex: Compassion fatigue encompasses desensitisation and emotional burnout, as a phenomenon associated with pervasive communication about social problems = La fatiga compasiva incluye la insensibilización y la apatía emocional, como fenómeno asociado a la insistente bombardeo informativo sobre los problemas sociales.

    * * *
    1. [emocional] lack of sensitivity, insensitivity
    2. [física] anaesthetization;
    después de la insensibilización de la encía after the gum has been made numb

    Spanish-English dictionary > insensibilización

  • 17 juguetear

    v.
    1 to play (around).
    juguetear con algo to toy with something
    2 to play around, to caper around, to caper about, to dally.
    * * *
    1 to play ( con, with)
    * * *
    VI to play, sport

    juguetear con — to play with, sport with

    * * *
    verbo intransitivo to play
    * * *
    = have + sport with, play about, romp, frolic, play, horse around/about.
    Ex. He said 'Can't they see I'm just having sport with them?', and then he smiled, just a quirk of the corners of his mouth.
    Ex. Then, leaning back in her chair and with an impish smile playing about her mouth, she said: 'You know I can't quite get used to the idea of him giving up his job to follow his wife'.
    Ex. The author recommends an approach to reading a poem that treats the poem as an expansive space in which to romp and play, to explore and travel.
    Ex. A major problem, however, is the author's pervasive use of jargon and his failure to recognize how such language might distance the text from the filth in which it wants to frolic.
    Ex. A man who witnesses said was intoxicated and playing with a handgun died last night after shooting himself in the head.
    Ex. Angus has a lot of energy -- he is always horsing around with his foster brothers and sister.
    ----
    * juguetear con = twiddle, toy with, fidget with, fuss with.
    * * *
    verbo intransitivo to play
    * * *
    = have + sport with, play about, romp, frolic, play, horse around/about.

    Ex: He said 'Can't they see I'm just having sport with them?', and then he smiled, just a quirk of the corners of his mouth.

    Ex: Then, leaning back in her chair and with an impish smile playing about her mouth, she said: 'You know I can't quite get used to the idea of him giving up his job to follow his wife'.
    Ex: The author recommends an approach to reading a poem that treats the poem as an expansive space in which to romp and play, to explore and travel.
    Ex: A major problem, however, is the author's pervasive use of jargon and his failure to recognize how such language might distance the text from the filth in which it wants to frolic.
    Ex: A man who witnesses said was intoxicated and playing with a handgun died last night after shooting himself in the head.
    Ex: Angus has a lot of energy -- he is always horsing around with his foster brothers and sister.
    * juguetear con = twiddle, toy with, fidget with, fuss with.

    * * *
    juguetear [A1 ]
    vi
    to play
    los gatitos jugueteaban en el jardín the kittens were playing in the garden
    jugueteaba nerviosamente con su collar she was fiddling o playing nervously with her necklace
    * * *

    juguetear ( conjugate juguetear) verbo intransitivo
    to play
    juguetear verbo intransitivo to play, frolic: había dos gatitos jugueteando en le jardín, there were two kittens frolicking in the garden
    ' juguetear' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    retozar
    English:
    fiddle
    - fiddle about with
    - play around
    - rollick
    - tinker
    - toy with
    - twiddle
    - play
    - toy
    * * *
    to play (around);
    juguetear con algo to toy with sth
    * * *
    v/i play
    * * *
    1) : to play, to cavort, to frolic
    2) : to toy, to fiddle
    * * *
    juguetear vb to fiddle

    Spanish-English dictionary > juguetear

  • 18 manifestación

    f.
    1 public demonstration, protest march, picket, mass meeting.
    2 manifestation, declaration, statement, demonstration.
    3 tax return.
    * * *
    1 (de protesta etc) demonstration
    1 (declaración) statement sing, declaration sing, comments plural
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    SF
    1) (Pol) (=desfile) demonstration; (=concentración) mass meeting, rally
    2) (=muestra) [de emoción] display, show; (=señal) sign

    manifestaciones de alegría/júbilo — jubilation

    3) (=declaración) statement, declaration
    (tb: manifestación social) social occasion
    5)
    * * *
    1) (Pol) demonstration

    asistir a una manifestaciónto take part in o go on a demonstration

    2) (expresión, indicio) sign

    las manifestaciones artísticas/culturales de la época — the artistic/cultural expression of the era

    3) manifestaciones femenino plural (period) ( declaraciones) statement
    * * *
    = disclosure, expression, manifestation, outcropping, airing, demonstration, street protest.
    Ex. The patent abstract is a concise statement of the technical disclosure of the patent and must emphasize that which is new in the context of the invention.
    Ex. The first two steps require the recognition of the individual concepts present in the topic, and their expression in the terms available in the controlled vocabulary.
    Ex. The concepts introduced by the colon: (colon) may be manifestations of either Personality, Matter or Energy facets within a given compound.
    Ex. The unease is pervasive, not an occasional outcropping of discontent.
    Ex. To achieve a full airing of concerns, librarians must work to overcome the unfavorable odds against the individual's access to unpopular or anti-establishment views.
    Ex. The most likely short-term scenario is likely to be increasingly venomous exchanges between authors and publishers, leading to more lawsuits, threats and demonstrations.
    Ex. The Chinese seem to have gone off their rocker with the recent street protests against revisions of Japanese schoolbooks.
    ----
    * manifestación pacífica = peaceful demonstration.
    * organizar una manifestación = stage + demonstration, stage + protest.
    * * *
    1) (Pol) demonstration

    asistir a una manifestaciónto take part in o go on a demonstration

    2) (expresión, indicio) sign

    las manifestaciones artísticas/culturales de la época — the artistic/cultural expression of the era

    3) manifestaciones femenino plural (period) ( declaraciones) statement
    * * *
    = disclosure, expression, manifestation, outcropping, airing, demonstration, street protest.

    Ex: The patent abstract is a concise statement of the technical disclosure of the patent and must emphasize that which is new in the context of the invention.

    Ex: The first two steps require the recognition of the individual concepts present in the topic, and their expression in the terms available in the controlled vocabulary.
    Ex: The concepts introduced by the colon: (colon) may be manifestations of either Personality, Matter or Energy facets within a given compound.
    Ex: The unease is pervasive, not an occasional outcropping of discontent.
    Ex: To achieve a full airing of concerns, librarians must work to overcome the unfavorable odds against the individual's access to unpopular or anti-establishment views.
    Ex: The most likely short-term scenario is likely to be increasingly venomous exchanges between authors and publishers, leading to more lawsuits, threats and demonstrations.
    Ex: The Chinese seem to have gone off their rocker with the recent street protests against revisions of Japanese schoolbooks.
    * manifestación pacífica = peaceful demonstration.
    * organizar una manifestación = stage + demonstration, stage + protest.

    * * *
    A ( Pol) demonstration
    asistieron a la manifestación they took part in o went on the demonstration
    dispersar una manifestación to break up a demonstration
    B
    (expresión, indicio): fueron recibidos con grandes manifestaciones de júbilo they were received with great rejoicing o jubilation
    las manifestaciones artísticas/culturales de la época the artistic/cultural expression of the era
    las primeras manifestaciones del cambio que se estaba produciendo the first signs of the change that was taking place
    por todas partes se observaban manifestaciones de duelo signs of mourning were visible everywhere
    las manifestaciones que hizo a la prensa the statement he made to the press, his statement to the press, what he said to the press
    * * *

     

    manifestación sustantivo femenino
    1 (Pol) demonstration
    2 (expresión, indicio) sign;

    manifestación sustantivo femenino
    1 (de trabajadores, etc) demonstration
    2 (muestra) manifestation, sign: fue una insólita manifestación de afecto, it was an unusual display of affection
    ' manifestación' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    antinuclear
    - detonante
    - encabezar
    - encabezamiento
    - movimiento
    - salir
    - silenciar
    - sofocar
    - sumarse
    - autorizar
    - cabecera
    - cabeza
    - convocar
    - desfilar
    - disolución
    - disolver
    - dispersar
    - marcha
    - movilización
    - multitudinario
    - pacífico
    - protesta
    English:
    against
    - banner
    - come
    - demo
    - demonstration
    - display
    - March
    - sit-in
    - stage
    - steward
    - manifestation
    - protest
    * * *
    1. [de alegría, dolor] show, display;
    [indicio] sign;
    2. [de opinión] declaration, expression;
    en sus manifestaciones a la prensa se declaró inocente in his statements to the press he said he was innocent
    3. [por la calle] demonstration;
    hacer una manifestación a favor de/contra algo to demonstrate o take part in a demonstration in favour of/against sth
    * * *
    f
    1 de gente demonstration
    2 ( muestra) show
    3 ( declaración) statement
    * * *
    1) : manifestation, sign
    2) : demonstration, rally
    * * *
    1. (protesta) demonstration
    2. (expresión) expression
    3. (declaración) statement

    Spanish-English dictionary > manifestación

  • 19 obsoleto

    adj.
    obsolete, outdated, antiquated, old-fashioned.
    * * *
    1 obsolete
    * * *
    * * *
    - ta adjetivo obsolete
    * * *
    = anachronistic, obsolete, outdated [out-dated], outmoded, redundant, out of touch with + reality, timed, passé, out of vogue, out of fashion, out of style, dated, byzantine, moth-eaten, mothy [mothier -comp., mothiest -sup.], musty [mustier -comp., mustiest -sup.], long in the tooth.
    Ex. We might all easily agree that LITERATURE, IMMORAL is not particularly descriptive of, and an anachronistic euphemism for, PORNOGRAPHY.
    Ex. To remove obsolete fine records from the online system, there is a programm to find all fines paid before a particular date and to remove them.
    Ex. For example, the outdated subject heading 'Female emancipation' could be changed to the newer term 'Women's liberation' with this function.
    Ex. With computerization some libraries took the opportunity to replace outmoded abstracts bulletins with SDI services.
    Ex. The card-based systems in which post-coordinate indexing was first conceived are more-or-less redundant.
    Ex. Some librarians seem to be out of touch with reality.
    Ex. Librarians need to be vociferous about achievements and services offered in order to dispel ideas about the stereotype librarian, timed and out of touch with contemporary society.
    Ex. By conscious or unconscious fixation on this single, already passé, facet of data processing technology we risk totally ignoring the other functions of a catalog.
    Ex. In general, however, the author's approach to his comparative method -- that comparativism is out of vogue -- is rather parochial.
    Ex. Abstract art has lately been considered out of fashion in the art centers of New York.
    Ex. Ten years ago ambition abounded; now risk-taking is out of style and vanguardism has been dampened by a pervasive enthusiasm for the past.
    Ex. Now, many of these libraries find that their systems are dangerously dated.
    Ex. Those elderly bureaucrats and their byzantine procedures are cherished by the customers, who tend to be uninterested in the arcane details of 'digital,' and so are relentlessly passé themselves.
    Ex. He said: 'The outer shell of democracy is, no doubt, intact but it appears to be moth-eaten from inside'.
    Ex. So, he cleaned the bird cage from top to bottom and threw out all the mothy bird seed.
    Ex. Only if we continuously redefine our goals in accordance with the developments in our societies will we remain dynamic libraries and not turn into musty institutions.
    Ex. Training would be needed for the reception staff, who all said they were a bit long in the tooth for learning how to use a computer.
    ----
    * hacer que sea obsoleto = render + obsolete, render + redundant.
    * quedarse obsoleto = be overtaken by events, outgrow.
    * volverse obsoleto = go out of + date, become + obsolete, go out of + fashion, obsolesce.
    * * *
    - ta adjetivo obsolete
    * * *
    = anachronistic, obsolete, outdated [out-dated], outmoded, redundant, out of touch with + reality, timed, passé, out of vogue, out of fashion, out of style, dated, byzantine, moth-eaten, mothy [mothier -comp., mothiest -sup.], musty [mustier -comp., mustiest -sup.], long in the tooth.

    Ex: We might all easily agree that LITERATURE, IMMORAL is not particularly descriptive of, and an anachronistic euphemism for, PORNOGRAPHY.

    Ex: To remove obsolete fine records from the online system, there is a programm to find all fines paid before a particular date and to remove them.
    Ex: For example, the outdated subject heading 'Female emancipation' could be changed to the newer term 'Women's liberation' with this function.
    Ex: With computerization some libraries took the opportunity to replace outmoded abstracts bulletins with SDI services.
    Ex: The card-based systems in which post-coordinate indexing was first conceived are more-or-less redundant.
    Ex: Some librarians seem to be out of touch with reality.
    Ex: Librarians need to be vociferous about achievements and services offered in order to dispel ideas about the stereotype librarian, timed and out of touch with contemporary society.
    Ex: By conscious or unconscious fixation on this single, already passé, facet of data processing technology we risk totally ignoring the other functions of a catalog.
    Ex: In general, however, the author's approach to his comparative method -- that comparativism is out of vogue -- is rather parochial.
    Ex: Abstract art has lately been considered out of fashion in the art centers of New York.
    Ex: Ten years ago ambition abounded; now risk-taking is out of style and vanguardism has been dampened by a pervasive enthusiasm for the past.
    Ex: Now, many of these libraries find that their systems are dangerously dated.
    Ex: Those elderly bureaucrats and their byzantine procedures are cherished by the customers, who tend to be uninterested in the arcane details of 'digital,' and so are relentlessly passé themselves.
    Ex: He said: 'The outer shell of democracy is, no doubt, intact but it appears to be moth-eaten from inside'.
    Ex: So, he cleaned the bird cage from top to bottom and threw out all the mothy bird seed.
    Ex: Only if we continuously redefine our goals in accordance with the developments in our societies will we remain dynamic libraries and not turn into musty institutions.
    Ex: Training would be needed for the reception staff, who all said they were a bit long in the tooth for learning how to use a computer.
    * hacer que sea obsoleto = render + obsolete, render + redundant.
    * quedarse obsoleto = be overtaken by events, outgrow.
    * volverse obsoleto = go out of + date, become + obsolete, go out of + fashion, obsolesce.

    * * *
    obsolete
    * * *

    obsoleto
    ◊ -ta adjetivo

    obsolete
    obsoleto,-a adjetivo obsolete: ese sistema de riego ha quedado obsoleto, this irrigation system is obsolete

    ' obsoleto' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    obsoleta
    - usía
    English:
    dated
    - obsolete
    - outdated
    * * *
    obsoleto, -a adj
    obsolete;
    este uso ha quedado obsoleto this usage has become obsolete
    * * *
    adj obsolete
    * * *
    obsoleto, -ta adj
    desusado: obsolete

    Spanish-English dictionary > obsoleto

  • 20 olor

    m.
    1 smell.
    tener olor a to smell of
    los niños acudieron al olor de la comida the children were drawn to the smell of cooking
    olor corporal body odor
    2 odor, fragrance, smell, perfume.
    * * *
    1 smell
    \
    al olor de attracted by
    en olor de santidad like a saint
    olor corporal body odour
    * * *
    noun m.
    odor, smell
    * * *
    SM
    1) [gen] smell (a of)

    mal olor — bad smell, nasty smell

    olor a sudor — smell of sweat, body odour o (EEUU) odor, B.O. *

    olor corporalbody odour o (EEUU) odor, B.O. *

    2) (=atracción) smell
    3) (=fama)
    4) pl olores Cono Sur, Méx (Culin) spices
    * * *
    masculino smell

    tomarle el olor a algo — (AmL) to smell something

    en olor de multitud(es): fue recibido en olor de multitud he was welcomed by a huge crowd; en olor de santidad: vivir en olor de santidad to lead the life of a saint; morir en olor de santidad — to die a saint

    * * *
    = smell, odour [odor, -USA], scent.
    Ex. Without the ability to select when faced with these choices we would be like demented dogs chasing every attractive smell that reaches our noses in complete confusion of purpose.
    Ex. Since 1946 multidimensional statistical methods have been applied to odour characterization and classification.
    Ex. Various animals, including humans, are able to distinguish among individuals by scent.
    ----
    * con olor a ajo = garlicky.
    * con olor a cerrado = musty [mustier -comp., mustiest -sup.], mousy [mousier -comp., mousiest -sup.].
    * con olor a fruta = fruity [fruitier -comp., fruitiest -sup.].
    * con olor a humedad = musty [mustier -comp., mustiest -sup.], mousy [mousier -comp., mousiest -sup.].
    * con olor a orina = urinous.
    * con olor a polvo = dust smelling.
    * de olor agradable = sweet-smelling.
    * de olor a podrido = rotten smelling.
    * de olor fuerte = strong-smelling.
    * mal olor = stench.
    * olor a fruta = fruitiness.
    * olor corporal = body scent.
    * olor fuerte y penetrante = tang.
    * sin olor = odourless [odorless, -USA].
    * * *
    masculino smell

    tomarle el olor a algo — (AmL) to smell something

    en olor de multitud(es): fue recibido en olor de multitud he was welcomed by a huge crowd; en olor de santidad: vivir en olor de santidad to lead the life of a saint; morir en olor de santidad — to die a saint

    * * *
    = smell, odour [odor, -USA], scent.

    Ex: Without the ability to select when faced with these choices we would be like demented dogs chasing every attractive smell that reaches our noses in complete confusion of purpose.

    Ex: Since 1946 multidimensional statistical methods have been applied to odour characterization and classification.
    Ex: Various animals, including humans, are able to distinguish among individuals by scent.
    * con olor a ajo = garlicky.
    * con olor a cerrado = musty [mustier -comp., mustiest -sup.], mousy [mousier -comp., mousiest -sup.].
    * con olor a fruta = fruity [fruitier -comp., fruitiest -sup.].
    * con olor a humedad = musty [mustier -comp., mustiest -sup.], mousy [mousier -comp., mousiest -sup.].
    * con olor a orina = urinous.
    * con olor a polvo = dust smelling.
    * de olor agradable = sweet-smelling.
    * de olor a podrido = rotten smelling.
    * de olor fuerte = strong-smelling.
    * mal olor = stench.
    * olor a fruta = fruitiness.
    * olor corporal = body scent.
    * olor fuerte y penetrante = tang.
    * sin olor = odourless [odorless, -USA].

    * * *
    smell
    ¡qué olor más bueno/horrible! what a lovely/horrible smell!
    tiene un olor raro it smells strange, it has a strange smell to it
    tomarle el olor a algo ( AmL); to smell sth
    ¡qué rico olor! ( AmL); what a lovely smell!
    olor A algo smell OF sth
    ¡qué olor a comida hay aquí! there's a strong smell of food (in) here!
    tiene olor a queso it smells of cheese
    en olor de multitud: fue recibido en olor de multitud he was welcomed by a huge crowd
    en olor de santidad: vivir en olor de santidad to lead the life of a saint
    Compuesto:
    ( Arg fam) body odor*, BO ( colloq)
    * * *

     

    olor sustantivo masculino
    smell;

    tomarle el olor a algo (AmL) to smell sth;
    olor A algo smell of sth
    olor sustantivo masculino smell: el olor a humedad me disgusta, I don't like the smell of damp
    estas rosas no tienen olor, these roses don't smell of anything

    ' olor' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ácida
    - ácido
    - acritud
    - apestar
    - apestosa
    - apestoso
    - atufar
    - cantar
    - corporal
    - desagradable
    - desprender
    - echar
    - estercolar
    - graja
    - grajo
    - inconfundible
    - olfatear
    - penetrar
    - penetrante
    - peste
    - soltar
    - tufo
    - agradable
    - asqueroso
    - clavo
    - descomponer
    - despedir
    - feo
    - fetidez
    - fuerte
    - ligero
    - percibir
    - pestilente
    - podrido
    - repugnante
    - repulsivo
    - rico
    - sentir
    - tumbar
    English:
    acrid
    - cling
    - detect
    - detection
    - distinct
    - emit
    - exude
    - fishy
    - fluid
    - foul
    - fruity
    - give off
    - linger
    - lingering
    - nasty
    - obnoxious
    - obtrusive
    - odor
    - odour
    - of
    - offensive
    - overpower
    - pervade
    - pervasive
    - powerful
    - pungent
    - put off
    - scent
    - sharp
    - sickening
    - smell
    - smoky
    - sweet
    - sweetness
    - unmistakable
    - vile
    - clove
    - high
    - stink
    - tang
    - waft
    * * *
    olor nm
    smell (a of);
    tener olor a to smell of;
    los niños acudieron al olor de la comida the children were drawn to the smell of cooking;
    miles de jóvenes aspirantes acuden a Hollywood al olor de la fama thousands of young hopefuls come to Hollywood looking for fame;
    Fam
    en olor de multitudes enjoying popular acclaim;
    vivir/morir en olor de santidad to live/die like a saint
    RP Fam olor a chivo BO;
    olor corporal body odour
    * * *
    m
    1 smell; de flores, perfume tb
    scent
    2
    :
    en olor de santidad like a saint;
    fue acogido en olor de multitud(es) he was received by a huge crowd
    * * *
    olor nm
    : smell, odor
    * * *
    olor n smell

    Spanish-English dictionary > olor

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