Traducción: de espanol

self-supporting

  • 1 Asociación Europea para la Literatura Gris (EAGLE)

    Ex. Its members then formed the European Association for Grey Literature (EAGLE), which is now self supporting and growing fast, with national SIGLE centres throughout Europe.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Asociación Europea para la Literatura Gris (EAGLE)

  • 2 EAGLE (Asociación Europea para la Literatura Gris)

    Ex. Its members then formed the European Association for Grey Literature (EAGLE), which is now self supporting and growing fast, with national SIGLE centres throughout Europe.

    Spanish-English dictionary > EAGLE (Asociación Europea para la Literatura Gris)

  • 3 autónomo

    adj.
    autonomous, independent, self-employed, self-contained.
    * * *
    1 (región) autonomous
    2 (trabajador) self-employed
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 COMERCIO self-employed person
    * * *
    (f. - autónoma)
    adj.
    * * *
    autónomo, -a
    1. ADJ
    1) (Pol) autonomous, self-governing
    2) (Inform) stand-alone, off-line
    3) [persona] self-employed
    2.
    * * *
    I
    - ma adjetivo
    a) <departamento/entidad> autonomous
    b) (Pol) ( en Esp) < región> autonomous
    c) < trabajador> self-employed; <fotógrafo/periodista> freelance
    II
    - ma masculino, femenino ( trabajador) self-employed worker o person; (fotógrafo, periodista) freelancer
    * * *
    = autonomous, self-contained, self-supporting, stand-alone [standalone], autonomic, free-standing, self-employed, freelance, self-governing.
    Ex. There is a tendency to advance propositions premised upon the assumption that SLIS are organizationally autonomous.
    Ex. From mainframe and mini-computers in the 60s and 70s the trend of the 80s is towards micro-based, self-contained personal computers on the one hand, and superfast, high-performance computers on the other.
    Ex. Three self-supporting scales for the measurement of reading attitude were used, namely, the questionnaires of Estes, Heathington, and La Pray.
    Ex. BLCMP (originally Birminghan Libraries Cooperative Mechanisation Project) is a co-operative venture which embraces both network and stand-alone services, and batch and online services.
    Ex. A search for literature on the relationship between the autonomic nervous system and speech was performed on four data bases.
    Ex. A free-standing terminal is a computer in its own right, which processes and stores data about the transactions and which may also exchange data with a central computer at predetermined intervals, say at the end of a working day.
    Ex. In the quest for self-employment the author established himself as a self-employed historical researcher specialising in detailed histories of private and business properties.
    Ex. Volunteer or freelance abstractors may be drawn from the specialists working in academic institutions and trained in abstracting.
    Ex. Universities are entirely self-governing and therefore any cooperation between them is purely on a voluntary basis.
    ----
    * de desarrollo autónomo = self-evolving.
    * funcionar de un modo autónomo = operate under + an autonomous hand.
    * trabajador autónomo = freelancer [free-lancer].
    * * *
    I
    - ma adjetivo
    a) <departamento/entidad> autonomous
    b) (Pol) ( en Esp) < región> autonomous
    c) < trabajador> self-employed; <fotógrafo/periodista> freelance
    II
    - ma masculino, femenino ( trabajador) self-employed worker o person; (fotógrafo, periodista) freelancer
    * * *
    = autonomous, self-contained, self-supporting, stand-alone [standalone], autonomic, free-standing, self-employed, freelance, self-governing.

    Ex: There is a tendency to advance propositions premised upon the assumption that SLIS are organizationally autonomous.

    Ex: From mainframe and mini-computers in the 60s and 70s the trend of the 80s is towards micro-based, self-contained personal computers on the one hand, and superfast, high-performance computers on the other.
    Ex: Three self-supporting scales for the measurement of reading attitude were used, namely, the questionnaires of Estes, Heathington, and La Pray.
    Ex: BLCMP (originally Birminghan Libraries Cooperative Mechanisation Project) is a co-operative venture which embraces both network and stand-alone services, and batch and online services.
    Ex: A search for literature on the relationship between the autonomic nervous system and speech was performed on four data bases.
    Ex: A free-standing terminal is a computer in its own right, which processes and stores data about the transactions and which may also exchange data with a central computer at predetermined intervals, say at the end of a working day.
    Ex: In the quest for self-employment the author established himself as a self-employed historical researcher specialising in detailed histories of private and business properties.
    Ex: Volunteer or freelance abstractors may be drawn from the specialists working in academic institutions and trained in abstracting.
    Ex: Universities are entirely self-governing and therefore any cooperation between them is purely on a voluntary basis.
    * de desarrollo autónomo = self-evolving.
    * funcionar de un modo autónomo = operate under + an autonomous hand.
    * trabajador autónomo = freelancer [free-lancer].

    * * *
    autónomo1 -ma
    1 (independiente) ‹departamento/entidad› autonomous
    2 ( Pol) (en Esp) ‹región› autonomous, self-governing
    3 ‹trabajador› self-employed; ‹fotógrafo/periodista› freelance
    autónomo2 -ma
    masculine, feminine
    (trabajador) self-employed worker o person; (fotógrafo, periodista) freelancer
    * * *

     

    autónomo
    ◊ -ma adjetivo

    a)departamento/entidad autonomous

    b) (Pol) ( en Esp) ‹ región autonomous


    fotógrafo/periodista freelance
    ■ sustantivo masculino, femenino ( trabajador) self-employed worker o person;
    (fotógrafo, periodista) freelancer
    autónomo,-a adjetivo autonomous, self-governing
    ' autónomo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    autónoma
    - trabajador
    English:
    autonomous
    - self-employed
    - self-governing
    - off
    - quango
    - self
    * * *
    autónomo, -a
    adj
    1. [independiente] autonomous
    2. [trabajador] self-employed;
    [traductor, periodista] freelance
    3. Pol [región, parlamento] autonomous
    nm,f
    [trabajador] self-employed person; [traductor, periodista] freelance, freelancer
    * * *
    I adj autonomous; trabajador self-employed
    II m, autónoma f self-employed person
    * * *
    autónomo, -ma adj
    : autonomous
    * * *
    1. (en general) autonomous
    2. (gobierno) regional
    3. (trabajador) self employed

    Spanish-English dictionary > autónomo

  • 4 independiente

    adj.
    1 independent.
    2 separate (aparte).
    3 freelance, indie.
    f. & m.
    independent, maverick.
    * * *
    1 independent
    2 (individualista) self-sufficient
    * * *
    adj.
    * * *
    1. ADJ
    1) [gen] independent
    2) [piso etc] self-contained
    3) (Inform) stand-alone
    2.
    * * *
    adjetivo/masculino y femenino independent
    * * *
    = freebooting, self-contained, self-supporting, separate, stand-alone [standalone], free-standing, non-partisan [nonpartisan], self-directed, self-reliant, independent, independent, self-organising [self-organizing, -USA].
    Ex. Such considerations whether invested with the gravitas assumed by LSIC whenever they address such imponderables or when issued by freebooting critics miss the mark.
    Ex. From mainframe and mini-computers in the 60s and 70s the trend of the 80s is towards micro-based, self-contained personal computers on the one hand, and superfast, high-performance computers on the other.
    Ex. Three self-supporting scales for the measurement of reading attitude were used, namely, the questionnaires of Estes, Heathington, and La Pray.
    Ex. One of the most obvious of the limitations of this approach is that it is difficult to decide what constitutes a separate work.
    Ex. BLCMP (originally Birminghan Libraries Cooperative Mechanisation Project) is a co-operative venture which embraces both network and stand-alone services, and batch and online services.
    Ex. A free-standing terminal is a computer in its own right, which processes and stores data about the transactions and which may also exchange data with a central computer at predetermined intervals, say at the end of a working day.
    Ex. To support these ends, the public library must be readily accessible to all, its use must be free of charge, it must be non-partisan and non-sectarian.
    Ex. Libraries can play an important role in self-directed learning and in improving adult reading skills = Las bibliotecas pueden desempeñar un importante papel en el aprendizaje autodidacta y en la mejora de las habilidades lectoras de los adultos.
    Ex. The modern concept of helping library users become information literate, self-reliant learners must replace traditional BI = El concepto moderno de ayudar a los usuarios de la biblioteca a adquirir los conocimientos básicos en el manejo de la información, a ser alumnos autosuficientes, debe sustituir a la formación de usuarios tradicional.
    Ex. The organization wants employees to be dependent and the employee wants to be independent.
    Ex. However, recent book industry statistics show that the market share held by the independents is shrinking.
    Ex. These techniques may lead to the study of science as a self-organizing system in the form of neural network like structures.
    ----
    * actuar de un modo independiente = go it alone.
    * con financiación independiente = self-funded.
    * Federación Nacional de Asesorías Independientes (FIAC) = National Federation of Independent Advice Centres (FIAC).
    * semiindependiente = semi-independent.
    * ser independiente = go + Posesivo + own way, stand on + Posesivo + own (two) feet.
    * * *
    adjetivo/masculino y femenino independent
    * * *
    = freebooting, self-contained, self-supporting, separate, stand-alone [standalone], free-standing, non-partisan [nonpartisan], self-directed, self-reliant, independent, independent, self-organising [self-organizing, -USA].

    Ex: Such considerations whether invested with the gravitas assumed by LSIC whenever they address such imponderables or when issued by freebooting critics miss the mark.

    Ex: From mainframe and mini-computers in the 60s and 70s the trend of the 80s is towards micro-based, self-contained personal computers on the one hand, and superfast, high-performance computers on the other.
    Ex: Three self-supporting scales for the measurement of reading attitude were used, namely, the questionnaires of Estes, Heathington, and La Pray.
    Ex: One of the most obvious of the limitations of this approach is that it is difficult to decide what constitutes a separate work.
    Ex: BLCMP (originally Birminghan Libraries Cooperative Mechanisation Project) is a co-operative venture which embraces both network and stand-alone services, and batch and online services.
    Ex: A free-standing terminal is a computer in its own right, which processes and stores data about the transactions and which may also exchange data with a central computer at predetermined intervals, say at the end of a working day.
    Ex: To support these ends, the public library must be readily accessible to all, its use must be free of charge, it must be non-partisan and non-sectarian.
    Ex: Libraries can play an important role in self-directed learning and in improving adult reading skills = Las bibliotecas pueden desempeñar un importante papel en el aprendizaje autodidacta y en la mejora de las habilidades lectoras de los adultos.
    Ex: The modern concept of helping library users become information literate, self-reliant learners must replace traditional BI = El concepto moderno de ayudar a los usuarios de la biblioteca a adquirir los conocimientos básicos en el manejo de la información, a ser alumnos autosuficientes, debe sustituir a la formación de usuarios tradicional.
    Ex: The organization wants employees to be dependent and the employee wants to be independent.
    Ex: However, recent book industry statistics show that the market share held by the independents is shrinking.
    Ex: These techniques may lead to the study of science as a self-organizing system in the form of neural network like structures.
    * actuar de un modo independiente = go it alone.
    * con financiación independiente = self-funded.
    * Federación Nacional de Asesorías Independientes (FIAC) = National Federation of Independent Advice Centres (FIAC).
    * semiindependiente = semi-independent.
    * ser independiente = go + Posesivo + own way, stand on + Posesivo + own (two) feet.

    * * *
    1 ‹carácter› independent
    2 ‹político› independent
    independent, independent candidate
    * * *

     

    independiente adjetivo, masculino y femenino
    independent
    independiente adjetivo
    1 (sin ataduras) independent
    un partido independiente, an independent party
    2 (individualista) self-reliant
    ' independiente' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    absoluta
    - absoluto
    - autosuficiente
    - bañera
    - chalet
    - autonómico
    - congelador
    - presentar
    English:
    financially
    - free agent
    - freelance
    - freestanding
    - independent
    - ITV
    - nonpartisan
    - unattached
    - emancipated
    - maisonette
    - self
    * * *
    adj
    1. [país, persona] independent
    2. [aparte] separate
    nmf
    [político] independent
    * * *
    adj independent
    * * *
    : independent
    * * *
    independiente adj independent

    Spanish-English dictionary > independiente

  • 5 subsistencia

    f.
    1 subsistence (vida).
    2 continued existence.
    * * *
    1 (hecho) subsistence
    1 (provisiones) food sing, provisions, supplies
    * * *
    SF (=supervivencia) subsistence; (=sustento) sustenance
    * * *
    femenino subsistence, survival
    * * *
    Ex. OCLC is self-supporting and does not require subsistence from outside funding.
    ----
    * economía de subsistencia = subsistence economy.
    * * *
    femenino subsistence, survival
    * * *

    Ex: OCLC is self-supporting and does not require subsistence from outside funding.

    * economía de subsistencia = subsistence economy.

    * * *
    subsistence, survival
    * * *

    subsistencia sustantivo femenino
    subsistence, survival
    subsistencia sustantivo femenino
    1 subsistence, survival
    2 (provisiones, víveres) subsistencias, supplies pl
    ' subsistencia' also found in these entries:
    English:
    subsistence
    * * *
    1. [vida] subsistence
    2. [conservación] continued existence
    3.
    subsistencias [provisiones] provisions
    * * *
    f subsistence, survival; de pobreza, tradición persistence
    * * *
    1) : subsistence
    2) : sustenance

    Spanish-English dictionary > subsistencia

  • 6 sustento

    m.
    1 sustenance, bread and butter, livelihood, living.
    2 support.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: sustentar.
    * * *
    1 (alimento) sustenance, food
    2 (apoyo) support
    \
    ganarse el sustento to earn one's living
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=apoyo) support
    2) [para vivir] (=alimento) sustenance; (=manutención) maintenance

    ganarse el sustento — to earn one's living, earn a livelihood

    * * *
    a) ( apoyo) means of support

    ganarse el sustento — (liter) to earn one's living, to support oneself

    b) ( alimento) sustenance
    * * *
    = lifeline, livelihood, nourishment, sustenance, subsistence, backup [back-up].
    Ex. The challenge to the information professional is to integrate the use of information into the fabric of society, in step with the realization that information flow is the lifeline of modern democracies.
    Ex. Reference librarianship is 'as much a passion as a livelihood, less a profession than a privilege'.
    Ex. He was swept across the intersection by a miscellaneous crowd of anxious, energetic persons in search of business or raiment or nourishment or whatever.
    Ex. The adoption of a marketing approach will help libraries not only in their own self sustenance, but also in the sustenance and self sufficiency of their information products and services.
    Ex. OCLC is self-supporting and does not require subsistence from outside funding.
    Ex. The aggressiveness of a number of publications on this subject, replete with their accusations without any backup, can be interpreted as settling of scores.
    * * *
    a) ( apoyo) means of support

    ganarse el sustento — (liter) to earn one's living, to support oneself

    b) ( alimento) sustenance
    * * *
    = lifeline, livelihood, nourishment, sustenance, subsistence, backup [back-up].

    Ex: The challenge to the information professional is to integrate the use of information into the fabric of society, in step with the realization that information flow is the lifeline of modern democracies.

    Ex: Reference librarianship is 'as much a passion as a livelihood, less a profession than a privilege'.
    Ex: He was swept across the intersection by a miscellaneous crowd of anxious, energetic persons in search of business or raiment or nourishment or whatever.
    Ex: The adoption of a marketing approach will help libraries not only in their own self sustenance, but also in the sustenance and self sufficiency of their information products and services.
    Ex: OCLC is self-supporting and does not require subsistence from outside funding.
    Ex: The aggressiveness of a number of publications on this subject, replete with their accusations without any backup, can be interpreted as settling of scores.

    * * *
    1 (apoyo) means of support
    esa pequeña pensión es su único sustento that small pension is her only means of support
    ganarse el sustento ( liter); to earn one's living, to support oneself
    2 (alimento) sustenance
    las bayas fueron su único sustento berries were his only (form of) sustenance
    * * *

    Del verbo sustentar: ( conjugate sustentar)

    sustento es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    sustentó es:

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) pretérito indicativo

    Multiple Entries:
    sustentar    
    sustento
    sustentar ( conjugate sustentar) verbo transitivo
    a) peso to support

    b)persona/familia to support, maintain

    sustento sustantivo masculino


    sustentar verbo transitivo
    1 (mantener) to support, maintain: gana lo suficiente para sustentar a la familia, she earns enough to support her family
    2 (una opinión, una teoría) to uphold, maintain
    3 (sujetar, soportar un peso) to support, hold up
    sustento m (alimento) sustenance
    ganarse el sustento, to earn one's living
    ' sustento' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ganarse
    - mantenimiento
    - pan
    English:
    bread
    - keep
    - livelihood
    - supportiveness
    - sustenance
    * * *
    1. [alimento] sustenance;
    [mantenimiento] livelihood;
    ganarse el sustento to earn one's living
    2. [apoyo] support;
    su teoría carece de sustento her theory has no foundation
    * * *
    m means of support
    * * *
    1) : means of support, livelihood
    2) : sustenance, food

    Spanish-English dictionary > sustento

  • 7 emancipado

    adj.
    independent, liberated, free.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: emancipar.
    * * *
    1→ link=emancipar emancipar
    1 emancipated, free
    * * *
    ADJ (=liberado) emancipated; (=libre) independent, free
    * * *
    - da adjetivo < esclavo> freed, emancipated; <menor/mujer> emancipated
    * * *
    - da adjetivo < esclavo> freed, emancipated; <menor/mujer> emancipated
    * * *
    ‹esclavo› freed, emancipated; ‹menor/mujer› emancipated
    es una mujer inteligente y emancipada she's an intelligent, emancipated o liberated woman
    * * *

    Del verbo emancipar: ( conjugate emancipar)

    emancipado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    emancipado    
    emancipar
    emancipado
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    emancipated
    emancipar verbo transitivo to emancipate

    ' emancipado' also found in these entries:
    English:
    emancipated
    * * *
    emancipado, -a adj
    [mujer] emancipated; [esclavo] freed, emancipated; [joven] independent, self-supporting; [país] liberated

    Spanish-English dictionary > emancipado

  • 8 autosostenerse

    pron.v.
    1 to pay one's own way, to be self-supporting.
    2 to support oneself, to pay one's own way, to be self-supporting.
    * * *
    VPR to pay one's own way, be self-supporting

    Spanish-English dictionary > autosostenerse

  • 9 eagle

    1 eagle
    * * *
    EAGLE (Asociación Europea para la Literatura Gris)

    Ex: Its members then formed the European Association for Grey Literature (EAGLE), which is now self supporting and growing fast, with national SIGLE centres throughout Europe.

    * * *
    eagle ['iγel] nm
    [en golf] eagle;
    hacer eagle en un hoyo to eagle a hole

    Spanish-English dictionary > eagle

  • 10 Asociación Europea para la Literatura Gris

    Asociación Europea para la Literatura Gris (EAGLE)

    Ex: Its members then formed the European Association for Grey Literature (EAGLE), which is now self supporting and growing fast, with national SIGLE centres throughout Europe.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Asociación Europea para la Literatura Gris

  • 11 autosostenido

    • self-supporting
    • self-surrender
    • self-sustaining
    • self-synchronizing

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > autosostenido

  • 12 autosustentable

    • self-supporting
    • self-sustaining

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > autosustentable

  • 13 que se mantiene por sí mismo

    • self-supply
    • self-support
    • self-supporting
    • self-surrender

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > que se mantiene por sí mismo

  • 14 autoportante

    adj.
    self-supporting.

    Spanish-English dictionary > autoportante

  • 15 autosoportado

    adj.
    self-supporting, self-supported.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: autosoportarse.

    Spanish-English dictionary > autosoportado

  • 16 autosoportante

    adj.
    self-supporting.

    Spanish-English dictionary > autosoportante

  • 17 autosostenible

    adj.
    self-supporting, standalone, stand-alone.

    Spanish-English dictionary > autosostenible

  • 18 autosustentante

    adj.
    self-supporting.

    Spanish-English dictionary > autosustentante

  • 19 económicamente independiente

    adj.
    economically independent, self-supporting.

    Spanish-English dictionary > económicamente independiente

  • 20 self-service

    self-service
    self-service [self'serβis]
    singular plural, Selbstbedienung femenino

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > self-service

Mira otros diccionarios:

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  • self-supporting — UK US adjective FINANCE ► earning or having enough money to pay for your activities without receiving financial help from others: »The contract requires the project to be self supporting within five years …   Financial and business terms

  • self-supporting — index autonomous (independent), independent Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • self-supporting — ADJ Self supporting is used to describe organizations, schemes, and people who earn enough money to not need financial help from anyone else. The income from visitors makes the museum self supporting... The parents were determined that the two… …   English dictionary

  • self-supporting — adjective Date: 1722 characterized by self support: as a. meeting one s needs by one s own efforts or output b. supporting itself or its own weight < a self supporting wall > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • self-supporting — /sɛlf səˈpɔtɪŋ/ (say self suh pawting) adjective 1. having an income great enough to cover all outgoings. 2. requiring no props or other supports; independent: a self supporting wall …   Australian English dictionary

  • self-supporting — adjective able to earn enough money to support yourself: The business will soon become self supporting …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • self-supporting — self sup porting adjective able to earn enough money to pay for the things you need to live on …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • self-supporting — /self sə pɔ:tɪŋ/ adjective which finances itself from its own resources, with no subsidies …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • self-supporting — See self supported. * * * …   Universalium

  • self-supporting — adjective Characterized by self support …   Wiktionary


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