Traducción: de espanol

the Giménez stable

  • 1 cuadra

    f.
    1 stable.
    3 stud farm.
    pres.indicat.
    3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) present indicative of spanish verb: cuadrar.
    imperat.
    2nd person singular (tú) Imperative of Spanish verb: cuadrar.
    * * *
    1 (establo) stable
    2 ESPAÑOL AMERICANO (manzana) block, block of houses
    * * *
    SF
    1) [para caballos] stable

    tienes la habitación que parece una cuadra — * your room looks like a pigsty *, your room is an absolute tip *

    2) LAm (=manzana) block
    3) [de hospital] ward
    4) (Mil) (=barracón) barracks pl
    5) (=sala) hall, large room; And reception room
    6) And (=casa) small rural property ( near a town)
    7) (=medida) Cono Sur ≈ 125.50 metres; And, CAm, Caribe, Uru ≈ 83.5 metres
    * * *
    1) (Equ) stable, stables (pl)
    2) (AmL)
    * * *
    = stable, livery, livery stable, livery yard.
    Ex. The article 'The public library service in Scotland -- cleaning out the stables' concludes that the recent spate of library legislation must be halted.
    Ex. Click on the map to find where the approved liveries are in your region and then select the county(s) required.
    Ex. Levels of provision and service at a livery stable or livery yard vary greatly, as do the fees.
    Ex. Levels of provision and service at a livery stable or livery yard vary greatly, as do the fees.
    * * *
    1) (Equ) stable, stables (pl)
    2) (AmL)
    * * *
    = stable, livery, livery stable, livery yard.

    Ex: The article 'The public library service in Scotland -- cleaning out the stables' concludes that the recent spate of library legislation must be halted.

    Ex: Click on the map to find where the approved liveries are in your region and then select the county(s) required.
    Ex: Levels of provision and service at a livery stable or livery yard vary greatly, as do the fees.
    Ex: Levels of provision and service at a livery stable or livery yard vary greatly, as do the fees.

    * * *
    A ( Equ) stable, stables (pl)
    el ganador es de la cuadra Giménez the winner is from the Giménez stable o stables
    tienen el cuarto que parece una cuadra ( fam); their room looks like a pigsty ( colloq)
    B ( AmL)
    el museo queda a dos cuadras de aquí the museum is two blocks from here
    C (en un cuartel) barrack room
    * * *

    Del verbo cuadrar: ( conjugate cuadrar)

    cuadra es:

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

    2ª persona singular (tú) imperativo

    Multiple Entries:
    cuadra    
    cuadrar
    cuadra sustantivo femenino
    a) (Equ) stable, stables (pl)


    cuadrar ( conjugate cuadrar) verbo intransitivo

    b) [declaraciones/testimonias] to tally;

    cuadra con algo to fit in with sth, tally with sth
    c) (Ven) ( para una cita) cuadra con algn to arrange to meet sb;

    cuadra para hacer algo to arrange to do sth
    cuadrarse verbo pronominal

    b) [caballo/toro] to stand stock-still

    c) (Col, Ven fam) ( estacionarse) to park

    cuadra sustantivo femenino
    1 (establo) stable
    2 LAm block (of houses)
    cuadrar
    I verbo intransitivo
    1 (coincidir) to square, agree [con, with]
    2 (las cuentas) to balance, tally
    II verbo transitivo to balance
    ' cuadra' also found in these entries:
    English:
    fit
    - groom
    - stable
    - stableboy
    * * *
    cuadra nf
    1. [establo] stable
    2. [conjunto de caballos] stable
    3. Fam [lugar sucio] pigsty
    4. Am [en calle] block
    5. Perú [recibidor] reception room
    * * *
    f
    1 stable
    2 L.Am. ( manzana) block
    * * *
    cuadra nf
    1) : city block
    2) : stable
    * * *
    cuadra n stable

    Spanish-English dictionary > cuadra

  • 2 Giménez

    Giménez

    Vocabulario Castellano-Catalán > Giménez

  • 3 In[e]stable

    Vide: inconstante.

    Vocabulario Spanish-Aymara > In[e]stable

  • 4 a diferencia de

    unlike
    * * *
    in contrast to, unlike
    * * *
    = apart from, as opposed to, in contradistinction to, as contrasted with, in contrast (to/with), quite apart from, in sharp contrast (with)
    Ex. Apart from the names of subjects, the names of corporate bodies, persons, chemicals, trade products, and trade names are some other possibilities.
    Ex. This command types the information immediately at the user's terminal, as opposed to the PRINT command generating offline prints which are subsequently mailed to the user.
    Ex. The intent is to create a mechanism which recognizes the needs of the reader, in contradistinction to simplifying clerical procedures within the cataloging department.
    Ex. An art original is the original two- or three-dimensional work of art (other than an art print or a photograph) created by the artist, eg., a painting, drawing, or sculpture, as contrasted with a reproduction of it.
    Ex. The overall plan of the library is to provide an atmosphere of spaciousness and calm, in contrast to the urban bustle outside = El proyecto general de la biblioteca es ofrecer un ambiente de amplitud y calma, en contraste con el bullicio urbano exterior.
    Ex. Quite apart from a completely new vocabulary, the whole mystique of computers is still a source of bewilderment.
    Ex. The archives of mediaeval universities are sparse and fragmented, in sharp contrast with the fact that these institutions were among the most regulated, structured and stable of their time.
    * * *
    = apart from, as opposed to, in contradistinction to, as contrasted with, in contrast (to/with), quite apart from, in sharp contrast (with)

    Ex: Apart from the names of subjects, the names of corporate bodies, persons, chemicals, trade products, and trade names are some other possibilities.

    Ex: This command types the information immediately at the user's terminal, as opposed to the PRINT command generating offline prints which are subsequently mailed to the user.
    Ex: The intent is to create a mechanism which recognizes the needs of the reader, in contradistinction to simplifying clerical procedures within the cataloging department.
    Ex: An art original is the original two- or three-dimensional work of art (other than an art print or a photograph) created by the artist, eg., a painting, drawing, or sculpture, as contrasted with a reproduction of it.
    Ex: The overall plan of the library is to provide an atmosphere of spaciousness and calm, in contrast to the urban bustle outside = El proyecto general de la biblioteca es ofrecer un ambiente de amplitud y calma, en contraste con el bullicio urbano exterior.
    Ex: Quite apart from a completely new vocabulary, the whole mystique of computers is still a source of bewilderment.
    Ex: The archives of mediaeval universities are sparse and fragmented, in sharp contrast with the fact that these institutions were among the most regulated, structured and stable of their time.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a diferencia de

  • 5 a la par

    (al mismo tiempo) at the same time 2 (juntos) together
    * * *
    = in concert, in tandem, neck and neck, in a tandem fashion, in parallel
    Ex. Such a scheme, though, can only work if libraries act in concert politically to impart new ground rules to users.
    Ex. In tandem, tiered instruction and assessment offer the opportunity to analyze the outcomes of specific levels of information literacy.
    Ex. In recent months, DC has continued to close the gap, and the two leaders are now virtually neck and neck = En los últimos meses, DC ha continuado acortando distancias y ahora los dos líderes van bastante parejos.
    Ex. Most of them are mitotically stable, and the integration of the vector into the host genome frequently occurred in a tandem fashion.
    Ex. The afternoon sessions will run in parallel.
    * * *
    = in concert, in tandem, neck and neck, in a tandem fashion, in parallel

    Ex: Such a scheme, though, can only work if libraries act in concert politically to impart new ground rules to users.

    Ex: In tandem, tiered instruction and assessment offer the opportunity to analyze the outcomes of specific levels of information literacy.
    Ex: In recent months, DC has continued to close the gap, and the two leaders are now virtually neck and neck = En los últimos meses, DC ha continuado acortando distancias y ahora los dos líderes van bastante parejos.
    Ex: Most of them are mitotically stable, and the integration of the vector into the host genome frequently occurred in a tandem fashion.
    Ex: The afternoon sessions will run in parallel.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a la par

  • 6 a la vez

    at the same time, at once
    * * *
    = at once, at one time, at similar times, at the same time, concurrently, side-by-side, simultaneously, at the same instant, in parallel, in tandem, at the one time, in a tandem fashion, at a time, in unison
    Ex. Because not all files need to be reorganized at once, but only those which are very full, the time required for this procedure is reduced to a minimum.
    Ex. Maximum number of documents which can be charged out at one time.
    Ex. However, this joint venture may not be justifiable unless both a thesaurus and a classification scheme are in demand by one organisation at similar times.
    Ex. Author entry gives direct access to particular documents whilst at the same time collocating documents with the same author.
    Ex. An indexer who is familiar with a given indexing language may be capable of accomplishing the three stages concurrently.
    Ex. This sub-stage and the next one must proceed side-by-side.
    Ex. No one catalogue can satisfy all the requirements of all users simultaneously.
    Ex. He then dropped the metal suddenly into the mouth of the mould, and at the same instant gave it a jerk or toss to force the metal into the recesses of the matrix (the precise form of the jerk varying with the different letters).
    Ex. The afternoon sessions will run in parallel.
    Ex. In tandem, tiered instruction and assessment offer the opportunity to analyze the outcomes of specific levels of information literacy.
    Ex. For example, an obvious question is do most people only have one book on the go at the one time?.
    Ex. Most of them are mitotically stable, and the integration of the vector into the host genome frequently occurred in a tandem fashion.
    Ex. It is important to recognise that division must be by one principle at a time.
    Ex. Macaronic poetry is often used as a vehicle for humorous social criticism, but also as a ludic exercise and linguistic challenge, or simply for the delight of hearing different languages in unison.
    * * *
    a la vez (que)
    = hand in hand (with), cum, in conjunction with, in unison with

    Ex: Hand in hand with this comes the need for nurses to be able to question, evaluate and reflect on existing practice.

    Ex: Libraries as vital institutions of public culture are currently facing a crisis cum challenge.
    Ex: Rules for any given class must be used in conjunction with the schedules for that class.
    Ex: Good literature, in order to fulfil the demands of the time, must move in unison with society, keeping control over its speed.

    = at once, at one time, at similar times, at the same time, concurrently, side-by-side, simultaneously, at the same instant, in parallel, in tandem, at the one time, in a tandem fashion, at a time, in unison

    Ex: Because not all files need to be reorganized at once, but only those which are very full, the time required for this procedure is reduced to a minimum.

    Ex: Maximum number of documents which can be charged out at one time.
    Ex: However, this joint venture may not be justifiable unless both a thesaurus and a classification scheme are in demand by one organisation at similar times.
    Ex: Author entry gives direct access to particular documents whilst at the same time collocating documents with the same author.
    Ex: An indexer who is familiar with a given indexing language may be capable of accomplishing the three stages concurrently.
    Ex: This sub-stage and the next one must proceed side-by-side.
    Ex: No one catalogue can satisfy all the requirements of all users simultaneously.
    Ex: He then dropped the metal suddenly into the mouth of the mould, and at the same instant gave it a jerk or toss to force the metal into the recesses of the matrix (the precise form of the jerk varying with the different letters).
    Ex: The afternoon sessions will run in parallel.
    Ex: In tandem, tiered instruction and assessment offer the opportunity to analyze the outcomes of specific levels of information literacy.
    Ex: For example, an obvious question is do most people only have one book on the go at the one time?.
    Ex: Most of them are mitotically stable, and the integration of the vector into the host genome frequently occurred in a tandem fashion.
    Ex: It is important to recognise that division must be by one principle at a time.
    Ex: Macaronic poetry is often used as a vehicle for humorous social criticism, but also as a ludic exercise and linguistic challenge, or simply for the delight of hearing different languages in unison.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a la vez

  • 7 a través de los siglos

    Ex. India has a documented heritage of stable family life and structure that has been able to withstand the vicissitudes over the centuries.
    * * *

    Ex: India has a documented heritage of stable family life and structure that has been able to withstand the vicissitudes over the centuries.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a través de los siglos

  • 8 actualidad del contenido

    (adj.) = currency
    Ex. Currency is more important in subjects where developments are rapid, than in more stable areas.
    * * *
    (adj.) = currency

    Ex: Currency is more important in subjects where developments are rapid, than in more stable areas.

    Spanish-English dictionary > actualidad del contenido

  • 9 adinerado

    adj.
    wealthy, rich, well-fixed, well-off.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: adinerarse.
    * * *
    1→ link=adinerarse adinerarse
    ► adjetivo
    1 rich, wealthy
    ► nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 rich person
    * * *
    ADJ wealthy, well-off
    * * *
    - da adjetivo wealthy, moneyed
    * * *
    = affluent, monied, well-heeled, well-to-do, moneyed, solvent, wealthy [wealthier -comp., wealthiest -sup.], well-off.
    Ex. It is easy to predict that a majority of either large or affluent libraries in this country will employ some form of catalog under machine control in the foreseeable future.
    Ex. This will shift the dynamics of information flow to policymakers to favour monied special interests, which threatens the democratic process.
    Ex. This class is conservative in politics, aristocratic in social affairs, and characteristically well-bred, well-educated, well-housed, and well-heeled.
    Ex. Librarians deny that only the young and well-to-do use music libraries.
    Ex. It is generally recognized that collecting money from moneyed deadbeats is as much a social problem as street thuggery.
    Ex. Botswana is a stable, well-governed and solvent country but is nevertheless a good example of the deep-seated problems of regulating information transfer.
    Ex. Today's sophisticated media provide clear advantages to wealthy, well-established interest groups.
    Ex. Well-off women are more likely to survive breast cancer than less affluent sufferers, a new study shows.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo wealthy, moneyed
    * * *
    = affluent, monied, well-heeled, well-to-do, moneyed, solvent, wealthy [wealthier -comp., wealthiest -sup.], well-off.

    Ex: It is easy to predict that a majority of either large or affluent libraries in this country will employ some form of catalog under machine control in the foreseeable future.

    Ex: This will shift the dynamics of information flow to policymakers to favour monied special interests, which threatens the democratic process.
    Ex: This class is conservative in politics, aristocratic in social affairs, and characteristically well-bred, well-educated, well-housed, and well-heeled.
    Ex: Librarians deny that only the young and well-to-do use music libraries.
    Ex: It is generally recognized that collecting money from moneyed deadbeats is as much a social problem as street thuggery.
    Ex: Botswana is a stable, well-governed and solvent country but is nevertheless a good example of the deep-seated problems of regulating information transfer.
    Ex: Today's sophisticated media provide clear advantages to wealthy, well-established interest groups.
    Ex: Well-off women are more likely to survive breast cancer than less affluent sufferers, a new study shows.

    * * *
    wealthy, moneyed
    * * *

    adinerado
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    wealthy, moneyed
    adinerado,-a
    I adjetivo wealthy, rich
    II sustantivo masculino y femenino rich person

    ' adinerado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    adinerada
    - desahogada
    - desahogado
    English:
    sugar daddy
    - wealthy
    - well
    * * *
    adinerado, -a adj
    wealthy
    * * *
    adj wealthy
    * * *
    adinerado, -da adj
    : moneyed, wealthy
    * * *
    adinerado adj wealthy [comp. wealthier; superl. wealthiest]

    Spanish-English dictionary > adinerado

  • 10 agitación

    f.
    1 agitation, fuss, excitement, fluster.
    2 agitation, troublemaking, rebellion, insubordination.
    * * *
    1 agitation
    2 figurado excitement, restlessness
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    SF
    1) [de mano] waving, flapping; [de bebida] shaking, stirring; [de mar] roughness
    2) (Pol) agitation; (=bullicio) bustle, stir; (=intranquilidad) nervousness; (=emoción) excitement
    * * *
    a) (Pol) agitation
    b) ( nerviosismo) agitation
    c) (de calle, ciudad) bustle
    * * *
    = upheaval, agitation, turmoil, stir, shaking, convulsion, spin, restlessness.
    Ex. Solutions will generally be sought in accordance with in-house knowledge and practices in order to avoid major upheavals in production techniques and strategies.
    Ex. Historically, similar forces appear to be responsible for the agitation to decentralise libraries on university campuses.
    Ex. China has suffered from over a decade of turmoil which has prevented the development of modern information services.
    Ex. With all this stir on accountability, the process of evaluation needs objective guidelines.
    Ex. The shaking of an infant or child, can be devastating and result in irreversible brain damage, blindness, and even death.
    Ex. Spain's transition from dictatorship to pacific and stable democracy without producing major national convulsions is remarkable.
    Ex. In our media saturated world of high-blown hype and suffocating spin they do their best to tell you the truth.
    Ex. A five- to ten-fold increase of the soporific dose resulted in restlessness and disorientation instead of sleep.
    ----
    * agitación política = political turmoil, political upheaval.
    * agitación social = social upheaval.
    * * *
    a) (Pol) agitation
    b) ( nerviosismo) agitation
    c) (de calle, ciudad) bustle
    * * *
    = upheaval, agitation, turmoil, stir, shaking, convulsion, spin, restlessness.

    Ex: Solutions will generally be sought in accordance with in-house knowledge and practices in order to avoid major upheavals in production techniques and strategies.

    Ex: Historically, similar forces appear to be responsible for the agitation to decentralise libraries on university campuses.
    Ex: China has suffered from over a decade of turmoil which has prevented the development of modern information services.
    Ex: With all this stir on accountability, the process of evaluation needs objective guidelines.
    Ex: The shaking of an infant or child, can be devastating and result in irreversible brain damage, blindness, and even death.
    Ex: Spain's transition from dictatorship to pacific and stable democracy without producing major national convulsions is remarkable.
    Ex: In our media saturated world of high-blown hype and suffocating spin they do their best to tell you the truth.
    Ex: A five- to ten-fold increase of the soporific dose resulted in restlessness and disorientation instead of sleep.
    * agitación política = political turmoil, political upheaval.
    * agitación social = social upheaval.

    * * *
    1 ( Pol) agitation
    preocupados por la agitación reinante worried by the prevailing state of unrest
    2 (nerviosismo) agitation
    3 (de una calle, ciudad) bustle
    * * *

    agitación sustantivo femenino

    b) (de calle, ciudad) bustle

    agitación f (nerviosismo) restlessness
    (descontento social) unrest
    ' agitación' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    alborotar
    - convulsión
    - polvareda
    - torbellino
    - alboroto
    - alteración
    - conmoción
    - ebullición
    - movimiento
    English:
    agitation
    - excitement
    - ferment
    - flurry
    - upheaval
    * * *
    1. [intranquilidad] restlessness, agitation;
    respondió con agitación she answered agitatedly;
    el café le provoca agitación coffee makes him nervous
    2. [jaleo] racket, commotion
    3. [conflicto] unrest;
    la agitación estudiantil ha crecido there has been an increase in student unrest
    4. [del mar] choppiness
    * * *
    f POL unrest
    * * *
    1) : agitation
    2) nerviosismo: nervousness

    Spanish-English dictionary > agitación

  • 11 andador

    adj.
    prone of walking.
    m.
    1 good walker, fast walker, quick walker.
    2 baby walker.
    3 Zimmer frame, walker.
    * * *
    ► adjetivo
    1 (aficionado) fond of walking; (rápido) fast-walking
    ► nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 (bueno) good walker; (rápido) fast walker
    1 (para niños) baby-walker; (para viejos) walking frame
    ————————
    1 (para niños) baby-walker; (para viejos) walking frame
    * * *
    noun m.
    2) baby walker, reins
    * * *
    andador, -a
    1. ADJ
    1) (=que anda rápido) fast-walking
    2) (=viajero) fond of travelling, fond of gadding about
    3) Cono Sur [caballo] well-paced, long-striding
    2.
    SM / F walker
    3. SM
    1) [para niños] baby walker; [para enfermos] Zimmer ® frame
    2) pl andadores [de niño] reins
    4.
    SF Méx prostitute, streetwalker, hustler (EEUU) *
    * * *
    1)
    a) ( con ruedas) baby walker
    b) andadores masculino plural ( arnés) baby harness, reins (pl)
    2) ( para ancianos) Zimmer® frame
    * * *
    = walker, baby walker, walking frame, Zimmer frame.
    Ex. With the growing awareness of physical barriers to access, one hopes for a commitment to eliminate unnecessary steps and areas too cramped for walkers and wheelchairs.
    Ex. Some physiotherapists argue that baby walkers delay independent walking, and encourage abnormal gait and posture, and urge toy libraries to exclude them from their provision.
    Ex. Concerns over the safety of traditional walking frames have led scientists to design a robotic version.
    Ex. Zimmer frames are much more stable than traditional walking sticks, but they are bulky to pack in the car.
    * * *
    1)
    a) ( con ruedas) baby walker
    b) andadores masculino plural ( arnés) baby harness, reins (pl)
    2) ( para ancianos) Zimmer® frame
    * * *
    = walker, baby walker, walking frame, Zimmer frame.

    Ex: With the growing awareness of physical barriers to access, one hopes for a commitment to eliminate unnecessary steps and areas too cramped for walkers and wheelchairs.

    Ex: Some physiotherapists argue that baby walkers delay independent walking, and encourage abnormal gait and posture, and urge toy libraries to exclude them from their provision.
    Ex: Concerns over the safety of traditional walking frames have led scientists to design a robotic version.
    Ex: Zimmer frames are much more stable than traditional walking sticks, but they are bulky to pack in the car.

    * * *
    A
    1 (con ruedas) baby walker
    2 andadores mpl (arnés) baby harness, reins (pl)
    B (para ancianos) Zimmer® frame, walking frame ( BrE)
    * * *

    andador sustantivo masculino
    1

    b)

    ◊ andadores sustantivo masculino plural ( arnés) baby harness, reins (pl)

    2 ( para ancianos) Zimmer® frame
    ' andador' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    andadera
    English:
    walking frame
    * * *
    andador, -ora
    ♦ adj
    fond of walking;
    es muy andador he likes walking
    ♦ nm
    1. [tacataca] baby-walker
    2. [para adultos] walking frame, Br Zimmer® (frame), US (adult) walker
    3. Méx [camino] walkway
    * * *
    I adj
    :
    una persona andadora ( que anda mucho) a person who walks a lot; ( que le gusta andar) a person who is fond of walking
    II m para bebé baby walker; para anciano walker, Zimmer®
    * * *
    1) : walker, baby walker
    2) Mex : walkway
    : walker, one who walks

    Spanish-English dictionary > andador

  • 12 antaño

    adv.
    in days gone by, in the olden days, in the old days, in days of old.
    m.
    the past, old days, former days, olden days.
    * * *
    ► adverbio
    1 formerly, in olden times, long ago
    * * *
    adverbio (liter) in days gone by

    las costumbres de antaño — the customs o traditions of yesteryear (liter)

    * * *
    = earlier years, in days of yore, in times of yore, in olden times, in olden days, the good old days, yesteryear, in the olden days, olden times, the, in years gone by.
    Ex. Overall findings indicate that while the amount of research reported is remaining stable, the methods have improved somewhat in 1974, as compared to earlier years.
    Ex. The bogeymen that lived under our beds in days of yore don't seem as frightening as those who reside, whether recognized by the children or not, under the beds of today's generation.
    Ex. In times of yore, the umbrella was part of the royal regalia, or symbol of rank.
    Ex. We have made wonderful inventions but in the courts we still move as slowly as the travelers that in olden times creeped along in ox carts and canal boats.
    Ex. In olden days, women of ill-repute would put a red light bulb in their front porch light socket.
    Ex. This book explains why ' the good old days' were only good for a privileged few and why they were unrelentingly hard for most.
    Ex. Ferreting out amazing treasures from yesteryear, antique dealers buy, sell or trade in a wide range of collectables.
    Ex. If we can regard the card catalog as a tool that has been terrific and one about which our grandchildren going to the Smithsonian Institution will say, 'That's what my grandmother used in the olden days,' then we're on our way to letting it die with dignity = Si podemos considerar el catálogo de fichas como una herramienta que ha sido fabulosa y de la que nuestros nietos cuando vayan a la Institución Smithsoniana digan, "Esto es lo que mi abuela usaba antiguamente", entonces estamos empezando a dejarlo morir con dignidad.
    Ex. When the stress of today can be too much, an escape to the olden times for a day could work as the perfect cure.
    Ex. In years gone by there were warnings of the dangers of reading and listening to the radio.
    ----
    * de antaño = of old, age-old, old-time, of yore, of olden days, of yesteryear, bygone, gone by.
    * en antaño = in olden times, in olden days.
    * * *
    adverbio (liter) in days gone by

    las costumbres de antaño — the customs o traditions of yesteryear (liter)

    * * *
    = earlier years, in days of yore, in times of yore, in olden times, in olden days, the good old days, yesteryear, in the olden days, olden times, the, in years gone by.

    Ex: Overall findings indicate that while the amount of research reported is remaining stable, the methods have improved somewhat in 1974, as compared to earlier years.

    Ex: The bogeymen that lived under our beds in days of yore don't seem as frightening as those who reside, whether recognized by the children or not, under the beds of today's generation.
    Ex: In times of yore, the umbrella was part of the royal regalia, or symbol of rank.
    Ex: We have made wonderful inventions but in the courts we still move as slowly as the travelers that in olden times creeped along in ox carts and canal boats.
    Ex: In olden days, women of ill-repute would put a red light bulb in their front porch light socket.
    Ex: This book explains why ' the good old days' were only good for a privileged few and why they were unrelentingly hard for most.
    Ex: Ferreting out amazing treasures from yesteryear, antique dealers buy, sell or trade in a wide range of collectables.
    Ex: If we can regard the card catalog as a tool that has been terrific and one about which our grandchildren going to the Smithsonian Institution will say, 'That's what my grandmother used in the olden days,' then we're on our way to letting it die with dignity = Si podemos considerar el catálogo de fichas como una herramienta que ha sido fabulosa y de la que nuestros nietos cuando vayan a la Institución Smithsoniana digan, "Esto es lo que mi abuela usaba antiguamente", entonces estamos empezando a dejarlo morir con dignidad.
    Ex: When the stress of today can be too much, an escape to the olden times for a day could work as the perfect cure.
    Ex: In years gone by there were warnings of the dangers of reading and listening to the radio.
    * de antaño = of old, age-old, old-time, of yore, of olden days, of yesteryear, bygone, gone by.
    * en antaño = in olden times, in olden days.

    * * *
    ( liter); in days gone by
    las costumbres de antaño the customs o traditions of yesteryear ( liter)
    * * *

    antaño adverbio in the old days, in the past, of yesteryear: ya no se ven las bodas de antaño, we no longer see the weddings of yesteryear
    ' antaño' also found in these entries:
    English:
    yesteryear
    - by
    - olden
    * * *
    in days gone by;
    los revolucionarios de antaño the revolutionaries of yesteryear o of days gone by
    * * *
    adv long ago
    * * *
    : yesteryear, long ago

    Spanish-English dictionary > antaño

  • 13 años anteriores

    Ex. Overall findings indicate that while the amount of research reported is remaining stable, the methods have improved somewhat in 1974, as compared to earlier years.
    * * *

    Ex: Overall findings indicate that while the amount of research reported is remaining stable, the methods have improved somewhat in 1974, as compared to earlier years.

    Spanish-English dictionary > años anteriores

  • 14 bien gobernado

    (adj.) = well-regulated, well-governed
    Ex. The attributes of a well-regulated library are well known to us all: organization, retrievability, authenticity, and fixity.
    Ex. Botswana is a stable, well-governed and solvent country but is nevertheless a good example of the deep-seated problems of regulating information transfer.
    * * *
    (adj.) = well-regulated, well-governed

    Ex: The attributes of a well-regulated library are well known to us all: organization, retrievability, authenticity, and fixity.

    Ex: Botswana is a stable, well-governed and solvent country but is nevertheless a good example of the deep-seated problems of regulating information transfer.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bien gobernado

  • 15 burro

    m.
    1 donkey, ass, jackass, burro.
    2 ass, imbecile, jerk, pompous ass.
    3 sawhorse, trestle.
    4 ironing board.
    5 stepladder.
    6 corncob.
    * * *
    ► adjetivo
    1 stupid
    ► nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 (animal) donkey, ass
    1 (de carpintero) sawhorse
    \
    apearse del burro / bajarse del burro to climb down
    no ver tres en un burro to be as blind as a bat
    no verse tres en un burro to be pitch dark
    burro de carga workhorse
    ————————
    1 (de carpintero) sawhorse
    * * *
    (f. - burra)
    noun
    ass, donkey
    * * *
    1. ADJ
    1) * (=estúpido) stupid

    ¡qué burro! ¡no sabe la capital de Italia! — what a fool o moron *, he doesn't know the capital of Italy!

    2) (=bruto)

    ¡deja de empujar, no seas burro! — stop pushing, you great oaf o you big brute! *

    ¡el muy burro se comió el pastel entero! — he ate the whole cake, the pig! *

    3) (=obstinado) pig-headed *

    ponerse burro — to dig one's heels in, be pigheaded *

    2. SM
    1) (Zool) donkey; Cono Sur hum racehorse; (=perdedor en carrera) also-ran

    salto de burro — Méx leapfrog

    - apearse o bajarse del burro

    a pesar de las críticas, el gobierno no se apea o baja del burro — in spite of the criticism, the government refuses to back down

    ¡el niño no se apea o baja del burro! — this kid doesn't know when he's beaten!

    - caerse del burro

    comer burro —

    esto comió burro — Cono Sur * it got lost, it vanished

    - el burro grande, ande o no ande
    - poner a algn a caer de un burro

    si los burros volaran, todos nos haríamos ricos con ese negocio — this business could make us rich, and pigs might fly

    burro de agua — Caribe, Méx big wave

    burro de carga, trata a su empleados como burros de carga — he treats his workers like slaves

    2) * (=estúpido) fool, moron *

    ¡burro!, tres y dos son cinco — you fool o moron *, three plus two makes five!

    3) * (=bruto)

    eres un burro, lo has roto — you're so rough you've gone and broken it

    4) (=obstinado) stubborn fool

    es un burro y no lo vas a convencer — he's so pig-headed * o stubborn you'll never persuade him

    5) (Naipes) ≈ old maid
    6) (Téc) sawhorse, sawbuck (EEUU)

    burro de planchar — Méx ironing board

    7) Méx (=escalera) stepladder
    8) And, Caribe (=columpio) swing
    * * *
    I
    - rra adjetivo
    1)
    a) (fam) ( ignorante) stupid, dumb (AmE colloq), thick (BrE colloq)
    b) (fam) (bruto, tosco) rough

    no seas burro, me has hecho daño! — careful, that hurt!

    c) (fam) (obstinado, cabezón) pigheaded (colloq)
    2) (Col arg) ( marihuanero)
    II
    - rra masculino, femenino
    1) (Zool)
    a) ( asno) (m) donkey; (f) female donkey, jenny

    apearse or bajarse del burro — to back down

    trabajar como un burro — to slog one's guts out

    ver burros negros — (Chi fam) to be in agony, see stars (colloq)

    b) (CS fam) ( caballo de carrera) racehorse
    2) (fam)
    a) ( ignorante) idiot
    b) (bruto, tosco) oaf
    c) (cabezón, obstinado) stubborn mule, obstinate pig (colloq); ver tb burra
    III
    a) ( en carpintería) sawhorse; ( en herrería) workbench
    b) (Méx) ( para planchar) ironing board
    c) (Méx) ( caballete) trestle
    * * *
    = donkey, ass, asinine, moke.
    Ex. To date, four of these donkey mobile libraries are operational in Zimbabwe.
    Ex. Harting primarily addresses the iconography of two altarpiece wings which depict a landscape with oxen and an ass.
    Ex. This chapter is dedicated to the truly asinine rules -- ones which either defeat their own purpose altogether or are completely devoid of common sense.
    Ex. States know better what their own citizens needs are than do the mokes in Washington.
    ----
    * no bajarse del burro = stick to + Posesivo + guns.
    * orejas de burro = dunce cap.
    * tirado por burro = donkey-driven.
    * tirado por burros = donkey drawn.
    * * *
    I
    - rra adjetivo
    1)
    a) (fam) ( ignorante) stupid, dumb (AmE colloq), thick (BrE colloq)
    b) (fam) (bruto, tosco) rough

    no seas burro, me has hecho daño! — careful, that hurt!

    c) (fam) (obstinado, cabezón) pigheaded (colloq)
    2) (Col arg) ( marihuanero)
    II
    - rra masculino, femenino
    1) (Zool)
    a) ( asno) (m) donkey; (f) female donkey, jenny

    apearse or bajarse del burro — to back down

    trabajar como un burro — to slog one's guts out

    ver burros negros — (Chi fam) to be in agony, see stars (colloq)

    b) (CS fam) ( caballo de carrera) racehorse
    2) (fam)
    a) ( ignorante) idiot
    b) (bruto, tosco) oaf
    c) (cabezón, obstinado) stubborn mule, obstinate pig (colloq); ver tb burra
    III
    a) ( en carpintería) sawhorse; ( en herrería) workbench
    b) (Méx) ( para planchar) ironing board
    c) (Méx) ( caballete) trestle
    * * *
    = donkey, ass, asinine, moke.

    Ex: To date, four of these donkey mobile libraries are operational in Zimbabwe.

    Ex: Harting primarily addresses the iconography of two altarpiece wings which depict a landscape with oxen and an ass.
    Ex: This chapter is dedicated to the truly asinine rules -- ones which either defeat their own purpose altogether or are completely devoid of common sense.
    Ex: States know better what their own citizens needs are than do the mokes in Washington.
    * no bajarse del burro = stick to + Posesivo + guns.
    * orejas de burro = dunce cap.
    * tirado por burro = donkey-driven.
    * tirado por burros = donkey drawn.

    * * *
    A
    1 ( fam) (ignorante) stupid, dumb ( AmE colloq), thick ( BrE colloq)
    2 ( fam)
    (bruto, tosco): ¡no seas burro, me has hecho daño! don't be so rough, that hurt!
    ¡qué burro es! lo movió él solo con todo lo que pesa what a brute! he moved it all on his own and it must weigh a ton ( colloq hum)
    3 ( fam) (obstinado, cabezón) pigheaded ( colloq)
    B
    ( Col arg) (marihuanero): son muy burros they're real dope fiends ( colloq)
    masculine, feminine
    A ( Zool)
    1 (asno) ( masculine) donkey; ( feminine) female donkey, jenny
    me tienen de burro de carga I'm just a dogsbody o drudge around here, I get landed o ( BrE) lumbered with all the donkey work
    brincar al burro ( Méx); to play leapfrog
    no ver tres en un burro ( fam); to be as blind as a bat ( colloq)
    trabajar como un burro to work like a dog o horse
    ver burros negros ( Chi fam); to be in agony, see stars ( colloq)
    burro grande, ande o no ande never mind the quality, feel the width ( colloq hum)
    después del burro muerto la cebada al rabo there's no point locking the stable door after the horse has bolted
    quien nace para burro, muere rebuznando a leopard never changes its spots
    2 (CS fam) (caballo de carrera) racehorse
    perdió todo en los burros he lost everything on the horses
    B ( fam)
    1 (ignorante) idiot
    2 (bruto, tosco) oaf
    es un burro trabajando, aguanta lo que le echen he's a real brute! he can take any amount of work ( colloq hum)
    3 (cabezón, obstinado) stubborn mule, obstinate pig ( colloq) ver tb burra
    A
    1 (en carpintería) sawhorse, sawbuck ( AmE); (en herrería) workbench
    2 ( Méx) (para planchar) ironing board
    3 ( Méx) (caballete) trestle
    4 ( Méx) (escalera) stepladder
    B (juego — de naipes) ≈ donkey; (— de niños) game similar to leapfrog
    C ( Méx) (de la mazorca) corncob
    entre menos burros más burros ( Méx fam); all the more for us/them ( colloq)
    D ( Chi) (de cerveza) small, squat stein ( AmE) o ( BrE) tankard ver tb burro2 (↑ burro (2))
    * * *

     

    burro 1
    ◊ - rra adjetivo

    a) (fam) ( ignorante) stupid, dumb (AmE colloq), thick (BrE colloq)

    b) (fam) (obstinado, cabezón) pigheaded (colloq)

    ■ sustantivo masculino, femenino
    1 (Zool) ( asno) (m) donkey;
    (f) female donkey, jenny;
    ◊ trabajar como un burro to slog one's guts out

    2 (fam)

    b) (cabezón, obstinado) stubborn mule, obstinate pig (colloq)

    burro 2 sustantivo masculino

    ( en herrería) workbench

    ( caballete) trestle;
    ( escalera) stepladder
    burro,-a
    I sustantivo masculino y femenino
    1 donkey, ass
    burro de carga, (persona) dogsbody
    2 fam (estúpido) dimwit, blockhead
    II adjetivo
    1 fam (necio) stupid, dumb
    2 fam (terco) stubborn
    ♦ Locuciones: fam fig bajarse/apearse del burro, to climb down o to back down
    fam fig caer de la burra, to realize o to twig
    familiar no ver tres en un burro, to be as blind as a bat
    ' burro' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    burra
    - so
    - lomo
    English:
    ass
    - donkey
    - dunce
    - jackass
    - slave
    - thick
    - dense
    - ironing
    - leapfrog
    - mule
    - road
    - speed
    * * *
    burro, -a
    ♦ adj
    Fam
    1. [necio] thick, dumb
    2. [tosco] rough, oafish;
    ¡eres más burro! you're such an oaf!
    3. [terco] pigheaded;
    se puso burro y no pudimos convencerle he dug his heels in and we couldn't convince him
    ♦ nm,f
    1. [animal] donkey;
    Fam
    apearse o [m5] bajarse del burro to back down;
    Fam
    no ver tres en un burro to be as blind as a bat;
    con estas gafas no veo tres en un burro I can't see a thing with these glasses;
    Fam Hum
    ¡la carne de burro no es transparente! you make a better door than a window!
    Fam
    burro grande, ande o no ande big is best
    burro de carga workhorse
    2. Fam [necio] ass, dimwit;
    hacer el burro to behave like an idiot
    3. Fam [bruto] oaf
    4. Fam [terco] stubborn mule;
    es un burro he's as stubborn as a mule, he's really pigheaded
    5. Fam [trabajador]
    burro (de carga) workhorse;
    trabaja como una burra she works like a slave
    ♦ nm
    1. Esp [juego de cartas] ≈ old maid
    2. CSur [caballo de carreras] racehorse
    3. Carib [banco] improvised bench
    4. Arg burro de arranque starter motor
    5. Carib, Méx [escalera] stepladder
    6. Méx [tabla de planchar] ironing board
    7. Am Fam [transportador de drogas] mule
    8. RP Fam [caballo con arcos] pommel horse
    * * *
    m, burra f
    1 ZO donkey;
    caer o
    apearse del burro fam back down;
    no ver tres en un burro be as blind as a bat
    2 fam
    persona idiot
    3 Méx ( tabla de planchar) ironing board
    * * *
    burro, - rra adj, fam : dumb, stupid
    burro, - rra n
    1) asno: donkey, ass
    2) fam : dunce, poor student
    burro nm
    1) : sawhorse
    2) Mex : ironing board
    3) Mex : stepladder
    * * *
    burro1 adj
    1. (estúpido) thick / stupid [comp. stupider; superl. stupidest]
    2. (bruto) rough
    burro2 n
    1. (animal) donkey
    2. (idiota) idiot
    ¡qué burro eres! what an idiot!
    3. (bestia) brute
    ¡hay que ser burro para pegarle de esa forma al niño! what a brute, hitting the boy like that!

    Spanish-English dictionary > burro

  • 16 caballeriza

    f.
    stable.
    * * *
    1 (cuadra) stable
    2 (personal) stable hands plural, grooms plural
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=cuadra) stable; [de cría] stud, horse-breeding establishment
    2) (=empleados) stable hands pl, grooms pl
    * * *
    a) ( edificio) stable
    b) ( caballos) stable, stables (pl)
    * * *
    = riding-stable, stable, stud, mews, livery, livery stable, livery yard.
    Ex. The present library, opened in 1988, was adapted from a former riding-stable.
    Ex. The article 'The public library service in Scotland -- cleaning out the stables' concludes that the recent spate of library legislation must be halted.
    Ex. There were no significant differences between riding schools and studs.
    Ex. His mews had been built in 1872 and is now converted into five mews cottages.
    Ex. Click on the map to find where the approved liveries are in your region and then select the county(s) required.
    Ex. Levels of provision and service at a livery stable or livery yard vary greatly, as do the fees.
    Ex. Levels of provision and service at a livery stable or livery yard vary greatly, as do the fees.
    * * *
    a) ( edificio) stable
    b) ( caballos) stable, stables (pl)
    * * *
    = riding-stable, stable, stud, mews, livery, livery stable, livery yard.

    Ex: The present library, opened in 1988, was adapted from a former riding-stable.

    Ex: The article 'The public library service in Scotland -- cleaning out the stables' concludes that the recent spate of library legislation must be halted.
    Ex: There were no significant differences between riding schools and studs.
    Ex: His mews had been built in 1872 and is now converted into five mews cottages.
    Ex: Click on the map to find where the approved liveries are in your region and then select the county(s) required.
    Ex: Levels of provision and service at a livery stable or livery yard vary greatly, as do the fees.
    Ex: Levels of provision and service at a livery stable or livery yard vary greatly, as do the fees.

    * * *
    1 (edificio) stable
    2 (caballos) stable, stables (pl)
    de la caballeriza Montero from the Montero stable(s)
    * * *

    caballeriza sustantivo femenino ( edificio) stable;
    ( caballos) stable, stables (pl)
    caballeriza sustantivo femenino stable
    ' caballeriza' also found in these entries:
    English:
    stable
    - stud farm
    * * *
    stable
    * * *
    f stable
    m, caballeriza f groom
    * * *
    : stable

    Spanish-English dictionary > caballeriza

  • 17 cambio1

    1 = adaptive response, alteration, change, editing, modulation, move, recasting, redesign, rotation, shift, transfer, transformation, changeover [change-over], disturbance, mutation, permeability, reformation, switchover, reverse, shift away from, shifting, changing of the guard, swing, bartering, switch, switching, change.
    Ex. It is too early to assess the success of the adaptive responses which have been instituted in most SLIS.
    Ex. A musical adaptation is a musical work that represents a distinct alteration of another work (e.g. a free transcription), a work that paraphrases parts of various works or the general style of another composer, or a work that is merely based on other music (e.g. variations on a them).
    Ex. These changes have meant modifications, some very time-consuming, to serials catalogues in libraries.
    Ex. To ensure further that all the index entries generated by chain procedure are indeed helpful, the initial analysis of the chain may require editing.
    Ex. There is little modulation, whole steps of division being short-circuited and an odd assembly of terms being frequently found: e.g.: LAW see also JURY, JUDGES.
    Ex. Better flexibility is achieved if the heating, ventilation and lighting can accommodate this move without the need for any alterations.
    Ex. This kind of large-scale recasting offers an opportunity for the scheme to go forward rather than stagnate until it is completely taken by events.
    Ex. This action was the redesign of the enquiry form in order to elicit more information from the enquirer.
    Ex. The entries that result from the rotation mechanism have standard layout, punctuation and typography, all of which have been pre-programmed.
    Ex. Transitory circumstances of daily life are what cause these shifts.
    Ex. When the record transfer is complete, the catalog summary screen is shown for the new record so that the user can review and update it.
    Ex. Hungary faces far-reaching socio-economic transformation which will inevitably affect libraries as well.
    Ex. The changeover has resulted in more rapid machine-editing of input and reduced costs for cataloguing.
    Ex. A centralised system was chosen to ensure speedy receipt and dissemination with minimal disturbances.
    Ex. The very meanings of words like 'library' and 'university' are about to undergo mutations too radical to conceive, much less predict = Los significados mismos de palabras como "biblioteca" y "universidad" están a punto de experimentar cambios demasiado radicales de concevir y cuanto mucho menos de predecir.
    Ex. There is greater permeability than before between different types of library at the start of a career but, once settled in a post, fewer librarians than before change from one type of library to another.
    Ex. The author presents suggestions for the reformation of medical library education.
    Ex. The transition date for the switchover is 1 Oct 2000.
    Ex. Moreover, we conclude that the process of placing a feminist stamp on working relations is both far from complete and subject to reverses.
    Ex. This article discusses the effects of changes in the economy on the distribution of work in libraries which indicate a shift away from its female origins.
    Ex. This article considers the use of a spreadsheet in the shifting of periodicals collections in order to save time.
    Ex. The recent reorganization has resulted in a merger of the academic and public divisions and a changing of the guard among the company's top officials.
    Ex. The addition of new feedback techniques produced a significant swing in favour of the application.
    Ex. Holdings will become increasingly important as a bartering tool to gain additional access benefits.
    Ex. Office automation have brought about a switch to a paperless office.
    Ex. These 'spuriously loyal' customers are not willing to churn just because of switching costs.
    Ex. Most libraries maintain a small cash float for the giving of change and, in addition, money/ is received in payment of fines.
    ----
    * a cambio = in return.
    * a cambio de = in exchange for, in return for.
    * a cambio de nada = for nothing.
    * aceptar el cambio = embrace + change.
    * aceptar un cambio = accommodate + change.
    * adaptarse al cambio = accommodate to + change, adapt to + change.
    * adaptarse a los cambios = flow with + the tides.
    * adoptar un cambio = adopt + change, accommodate + change.
    * agente de cambio = agent of(for) change, force for change, force of change.
    * agente del cambio = change agent.
    * aires de cambio = wind(s) of change, the, seas of change, the.
    * cambio a = flight to.
    * cambio brusco = revulsion, flip-flop.
    * cambio brusco de velocidad del viento = wind shear.
    * cambio climático = climate change, climatic change.
    * cambio cualitativo = step change, qualitative change.
    * cambio cuantitativo = quantitative change.
    * cambio cultural = cultural change.
    * cambio de actitud = change in attitude, change of heart.
    * cambio de aires = change of scenery, change of air and scene, change of air, change of scene, greener pastures, pastures new.
    * cambio de ambiente = change of scenery, change of air and scene, change of air, change of scene.
    * cambio de aspecto = lick of paint.
    * cambio de ciudadanía = change of citizenship.
    * cambio de dirección = change of hands.
    * cambio de dueño = change of hands.
    * cambio de énfasis = shift of emphasis, shift in emphasis.
    * cambio de entorno = change of scenery, change of air and scene, change of air, change of scene.
    * cambio de hora estacional = daylight saving time.
    * cambio de idea = change of heart, change of mind.
    * cambio de imagen = makeover [make-over], makeover [make-over].
    * cambio de instalación eléctrica = rewiring.
    * cambio de la guardia = changing of the guard.
    * cambio de look = lick of paint.
    * cambio de lugar = relocation.
    * cambio de manos = change of hands.
    * cambio de mirada = gaze-shift.
    * cambio demográfico = population trend.
    * cambio de nacionalidad = change of citizenship.
    * cambio de nombre = rebranding.
    * cambio de opinión = change of heart, change of mind.
    * cambio de orientación = paradigm change, paradigm shift.
    * cambio de paradigma = paradigm change, paradigm shift.
    * cambio de parecer = change of heart, change of mind.
    * cambio de procedimiento = procedural change.
    * cambio de propietario = change of hands.
    * cambio de proveedor = churn.
    * cambio de registro = code switching.
    * cambio de residencia = resettlement.
    * cambio de servicio = churn.
    * cambio de sexo = sex change.
    * cambio de título = title change.
    * cambio escénico = scene changing.
    * cambio estacional = seasonal change.
    * cambio hormonal = hormonal change.
    * cambio inesperado = twist.
    * cambio institucional = institutional change.
    * cambio metereológico = weather modification.
    * cambio + ocurrir = change + take place.
    * cambio + producirse = change + come about.
    * cambio profundo = profound change.
    * cambio radical = revulsion, sea change, radical change.
    * cambio radical de postura = about-face.
    * cambio revolucionario = revolutionary change.
    * cambios = second thoughts, ebb and flow.
    * cambio social = social change, societal change.
    * cambio + suceder = change + take place.
    * cambio + tener lugar = change + take place.
    * cambio total = turnabout [turn-about], turnaround.
    * cambio transformador = transformative change, transforming change.
    * cambio traumático = traumatic change.
    * cambio vertiginoso = spiral of change.
    * clima de cambio = climate of change.
    * efectuar cambios = wreak + changes.
    * efectuar un cambio = effect + change.
    * elemento de cambio = agent of(for) change.
    * en cambio = by contrast, in contrast, instead, shifting, by comparison.
    * en constante cambio = ever-changing [ever changing], ever-fluid, on the move, fast changing [fast-changing], ever-shifting.
    * en continuo cambio = constantly shifting, ever-changing [ever changing], ever-shifting.
    * en estado de cambio = in a state of flux.
    * enfrentarse a los cambios = cope with + change.
    * en proceso de cambio = changing.
    * estado de cambio = state of flux.
    * estar en estado de cambio = be in flux.
    * estar en proceso de cambio = be in flux.
    * estar sujeto a cambios = be written in sand, not stone, be subject to change.
    * experimentar un cambio = bring about + change, undergo + modification, undergo + change, undergo + transition.
    * experimentar un cambio + Adjetivo = take + a + Adjetivo + turn.
    * hacer cambios en la búsqueda = renegotiate + search.
    * hacer cambios indebidamente = tamper (with).
    * hacer el cambio = make + the change.
    * hacer frente al cambio = manage + change.
    * hacer frente a un cambio = meet + change.
    * hacer un cambio = make + change.
    * impulsor del cambio = driver of change.
    * introducir un cambio = bring + change.
    * libre cambio = laissez-faire.
    * línea internacional de cambio de fecha, la = International Date Line, the.
    * lograr un cambio = accomplish + change.
    * los constantes cambios de = the changing face of, the changing nature of.
    * momento clave del cambio = tipping point.
    * moneda de cambio = bargaining chip.
    * mostrar por medio de cambio de intensidad en el brillo = flash up.
    * motor del cambio = driver of change.
    * no hacer ningún cambio = stand + pat.
    * no sufrir cambios = remain + normal.
    * ocasionar un cambio = bring about + change, trigger + change.
    * operación de cambio de sexo = sex-change surgery, sex-change operation.
    * permanecer sin cambios = remain + unchanged.
    * proceso de cambio = process of change.
    * producir un cambio = effect + change, produce + change, trigger + change.
    * provocar cambios = wreak + changes.
    * provocar un cambio = bring about + change.
    * reacio al cambio = resistant to change.
    * realizar un cambio = make + alteration, implement + change.
    * repercusiones del cambio = impact of change.
    * resistente al cambio = resistant to change.
    * ritmo del cambio = rate of change, pace of change.
    * ser susceptible de cambios = be subject to change.
    * sin cambio = inviolate.
    * sin cambios = monotone, stable, undisturbed, unchanged, unmodified, unaltered, unedited.
    * subsidio para cambio de residencia = resettlement allowance.
    * suceder un cambio = occur + change.
    * sucesión de cambios bruscos = roller coaster ride, roller coaster.
    * sufrir un cambio = experience + change, undergo + change.
    * suponer un cambio = bring about + change.
    * trabajar a cambio de nada = work for + nothing.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cambio1

  • 18 catálogo impreso en forma de libro

    Ex. Thus Panizzi, with a eye on the printed book catalog demanding stable entries, was led to rule that the works of an author should be entered under his earliest name which evoked the scorn of his critics.
    * * *

    Ex: Thus Panizzi, with a eye on the printed book catalog demanding stable entries, was led to rule that the works of an author should be entered under his earliest name which evoked the scorn of his critics.

    Spanish-English dictionary > catálogo impreso en forma de libro

  • 19 centrado

    adj.
    1 centered, centred.
    2 judicious, self-poised, wise.
    m.
    centering, focusing.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: centrar.
    * * *
    1→ link=centrar centrar
    ► adjetivo
    1 centred (US centered) (en, on)
    3 figurado (atento) devoted (en, to)
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=en el centro) in the middle
    2) (=equilibrado) balanced
    * * *
    - da adjetivo ( equilibrado) stable, well-balanced; (en un trabajo, lugar) settled
    * * *
    = centred [centered, -USA], focused [focussed].
    Ex. Punching equipment is not always as accurate as it might be; holes may not be well centred upon their coding position, and holes are sometimes not completely cut away.
    Ex. These include a series of focused workshops and a four day national conference.
    ----
    * centrado en = Nombre + centric.
    * centrado en el cliente = customer-centred [customer-centered, USA].
    * centrado en el conocimiento = knowledge-centric.
    * centrado en el estudiante = student-centred.
    * centrado en el hombre = human-centred [human-centered, -USA], anthropocentric.
    * centrado en el material impreso = print-centred [print-centered, -USA].
    * centrado en el niño = child-centred [child-centered, -USA].
    * centrado en el objeto = artefact-centred [artefact-centered, -USA].
    * centrado en el ser humano = anthropocentric.
    * centrado en el servicio = service-focused.
    * centrado en el usuario = customer focused [customer-focused], user-focused, user-centred [user-centered, -USA].
    * centrado en la colección = collection-centred, collection-based.
    * centrado en las imágenes = image intensive.
    * centrado en la tecnología = technology-centred [technology-centered, -USA].
    * centrado en la web = Web-centric.
    * centrado en los valores = value-driven.
    * centrado en uno mismo = self-focusing, self-focused.
    * centrado en un tema específico = topic-centred.
    * centrado específicamente en = narrowly focused in/on.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo ( equilibrado) stable, well-balanced; (en un trabajo, lugar) settled
    * * *
    = centred [centered, -USA], focused [focussed].

    Ex: Punching equipment is not always as accurate as it might be; holes may not be well centred upon their coding position, and holes are sometimes not completely cut away.

    Ex: These include a series of focused workshops and a four day national conference.
    * centrado en = Nombre + centric.
    * centrado en el cliente = customer-centred [customer-centered, USA].
    * centrado en el conocimiento = knowledge-centric.
    * centrado en el estudiante = student-centred.
    * centrado en el hombre = human-centred [human-centered, -USA], anthropocentric.
    * centrado en el material impreso = print-centred [print-centered, -USA].
    * centrado en el niño = child-centred [child-centered, -USA].
    * centrado en el objeto = artefact-centred [artefact-centered, -USA].
    * centrado en el ser humano = anthropocentric.
    * centrado en el servicio = service-focused.
    * centrado en el usuario = customer focused [customer-focused], user-focused, user-centred [user-centered, -USA].
    * centrado en la colección = collection-centred, collection-based.
    * centrado en las imágenes = image intensive.
    * centrado en la tecnología = technology-centred [technology-centered, -USA].
    * centrado en la web = Web-centric.
    * centrado en los valores = value-driven.
    * centrado en uno mismo = self-focusing, self-focused.
    * centrado en un tema específico = topic-centred.
    * centrado específicamente en = narrowly focused in/on.

    * * *
    (equilibrado) stable, well-balanced; (en un trabajo, lugar) settled
    * * *

    Del verbo centrar: ( conjugate centrar)

    centrado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    centrado    
    centrar
    centrado
    ◊ -da adjetivo ( equilibrado) stable, well-balanced;


    (en un trabajo, lugar) settled
    centrar ( conjugate centrar) verbo transitivo
    a) ‹ imagen› to center( conjugate center)

    b) (Dep) to center( conjugate center)

    c) ‹atención/investigación/esfuerzos› centrado algo en algo to focus sth on sth

    verbo intransitivo (Dep) to center( conjugate center), cross
    centrarse verbo pronominal centradose en algo [investigación/atención/esfuerzos] to focus o center( conjugate center) on sth
    centrado,-a adjetivo
    1 centred, US centered
    2 (persona) balanced
    centrar verbo transitivo
    1 to centre, US center
    2 (los esfuerzos, la atención) to concentrate, centre, US center
    ' centrado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    centrada
    * * *
    centrado, -a adj
    1. [situado en el centro] centred
    2. [concentrado] concentrated;
    está muy centrado en su trabajo he's very focused on his work
    3. [equilibrado] stable, balanced;
    desde que tiene trabajo está más centrado he's more stable o balanced since he's been working
    4. [basado]
    centrado en based on
    * * *
    adj stable, well-balanced

    Spanish-English dictionary > centrado

  • 20 centrar

    v.
    1 to center (gen) & (sport).
    Ella centró su atención en la luz She centered her attention on the light.
    Elsa centró el cuadrado en el dibujo Elsa centered the square in the picture
    2 to steady, to make stable (person).
    3 to be the center of.
    centraba todas las miradas all eyes were on her
    * * *
    1 (gen) to centre (US center)
    2 figurado (atención etc) to centre (US center), focus
    3 figurado (basar) to centre (US center) around, base on
    1 DEPORTE to centre (US center)
    1 to centre (US center) (en, on), focus (en, on)
    2 (concentrarse) to concentrate (en, on)
    * * *
    verb
    •
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) (=colocar) [+ imagen, texto] to centre, center (EEUU)
    2) (=concentrar) [+ investigación] to focus, centre, center (EEUU); [+ esfuerzos] to concentrate; [+ atención] to focus

    la policía centró las investigaciones en torno a dos jóvenes delincuentes — the police investigation focused o centred on two young criminals, the police focused o centred their investigation on two young criminals

    2.
    VI (Dep) to centre, center (EEUU)
    3.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    a) < imagen> to center*
    b) (Dep) to center*
    c) <atención/investigación>

    centraron las conversaciones en el tema de... — in their talks they focused on the issue of...

    2.
    centrar vi (Dep) to center*, cross
    3.
    centrarse v pron

    centrarse en algo — investigación/atención to focus o center* on something

    * * *
    = centre [center, -USA].
    Ex. In 1956, research from the United States confirmed this: 'Reference in the small library is evidently centred in the circulation department'.
    ----
    * centrándose en = with a focus on.
    * centrar la atención = fix + Posesivo + attention.
    * centrar la atención en = train + spotlight on, put + spotlight on, spotlight + fall on, spotlight + focus on.
    * centrarse = focus.
    * centrarse en = centre around/on/upon, concentrate on/upon, focus on/upon, target, zero in on, revolve around, home in on, pull off on.
    * centrarse sobre = focus on/upon, target.
    * centrar una discusión = focus + discussion.
    * debate + centrarse sobre = debate + centre around/on/upon.
    * interés + centrarse en = interest + lie with.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    a) < imagen> to center*
    b) (Dep) to center*
    c) <atención/investigación>

    centraron las conversaciones en el tema de... — in their talks they focused on the issue of...

    2.
    centrar vi (Dep) to center*, cross
    3.
    centrarse v pron

    centrarse en algo — investigación/atención to focus o center* on something

    * * *
    = centre [center, -USA].

    Ex: In 1956, research from the United States confirmed this: 'Reference in the small library is evidently centred in the circulation department'.

    * centrándose en = with a focus on.
    * centrar la atención = fix + Posesivo + attention.
    * centrar la atención en = train + spotlight on, put + spotlight on, spotlight + fall on, spotlight + focus on.
    * centrarse = focus.
    * centrarse en = centre around/on/upon, concentrate on/upon, focus on/upon, target, zero in on, revolve around, home in on, pull off on.
    * centrarse sobre = focus on/upon, target.
    * centrar una discusión = focus + discussion.
    * debate + centrarse sobre = debate + centre around/on/upon.
    * interés + centrarse en = interest + lie with.

    * * *
    centrar [A1 ]
    vt
    1 ‹imagen› to center*
    2 ( Dep) to center*
    3 ‹atención/interés/investigación› centrar algo EN algo to focus sth ON sth
    centré mi atención en … I focused my attention on …
    centró su intervención en el valor histórico del debate she focused her speech on the historical significance of the debate
    centraron las conversaciones en el tema de … in their talks they focused o concentrated o centered on the issue of …
    había centrado toda su existencia en sus hijos she had centered her whole life around her children
    ■ centrar
    vi
    to center*, cross
    ■ centrarse
    centrarse EN algo «investigación/atención/interés» to focus o center* ON sth
    la acción se centra en la relación entre estos dos personajes the action centers on o revolves around the relationship between these two characters
    todas las miradas estaban centradas en ellos all eyes were focused on them
    hay que centrarse más en este tema we must focus in greater detail on o concentrate more on this subject
    * * *

     

    centrar ( conjugate centrar) verbo transitivo
    a) ‹ imagen› to center( conjugate center)

    b) (Dep) to center( conjugate center)

    c) ‹atención/investigación/esfuerzos› centrar algo en algo to focus sth on sth

    verbo intransitivo (Dep) to center( conjugate center), cross
    centrarse verbo pronominal centrarse en algo [investigación/atención/esfuerzos] to focus o center( conjugate center) on sth
    centrar verbo transitivo
    1 to centre, US center
    2 (los esfuerzos, la atención) to concentrate, centre, US center
    ' centrar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    centre
    - focus
    - center
    * * *
    ♦ vt
    1. [colocar en el centro] to centre
    2. [persona] to steady, to make stable;
    el nuevo trabajo lo ha centrado mucho the new job has really helped him settle down
    3. [interés, atención]
    la reunión de los dos presidentes centró la atención de todo el mundo the meeting between the two presidents caught the attention of the whole world;
    centró su intervención en las causas del calentamiento global her remarks focused on the causes of global warming;
    una medida económica centrada en reducir el desempleo an economic measure aimed at reducing unemployment;
    centraba todas las miradas all eyes were on her
    4. Dep to centre, to cross
    ♦ vi
    Dep to centre, to cross
    * * *
    v/t
    1 center, Br
    centre; DEP tb
    cross
    2 esfuerzos focus (en on);
    centrar la atención focus, center, Br centre (en on)
    * * *
    1) : to center
    2) : to focus

    Spanish-English dictionary > centrar

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