Traducción: de espanol

to admit

  • 1 confesarse responsable de

    • admit to

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > confesarse responsable de

  • 2 de casualidad

    = by accident, by a fluke, by chance, accidentally, by a stroke of (good) luck, by luck
    Ex. Discoveries are sometimes made by accident; they are never made by the dismayed or disheartened = A veces los descubrimientos se hacen por casualidad y nunca por los abatidos o los desmotivados.
    Ex. The study revealed that most of the deformities are caused by a fluke.
    Ex. If, by chance, the newly entered item is identical to one already in the file, DOBIS/LIBIS ignores the new entry.
    Ex. As has been suggested elsewhere in this book, it is axiomatic that regular backup copies of data disks be taken, in order to ensure that data are not accidentally lost.
    Ex. The stream suddenly swept him away, and it was only by a stroke of luck that they found him.
    Ex. Machiavelli insisted that the Prince be aware that he was Prince mostly by luck and his job was to never admit it.
    * * *
    = by accident, by a fluke, by chance, accidentally, by a stroke of (good) luck, by luck

    Ex: Discoveries are sometimes made by accident; they are never made by the dismayed or disheartened = A veces los descubrimientos se hacen por casualidad y nunca por los abatidos o los desmotivados.

    Ex: The study revealed that most of the deformities are caused by a fluke.
    Ex: If, by chance, the newly entered item is identical to one already in the file, DOBIS/LIBIS ignores the new entry.
    Ex: As has been suggested elsewhere in this book, it is axiomatic that regular backup copies of data disks be taken, in order to ensure that data are not accidentally lost.
    Ex: The stream suddenly swept him away, and it was only by a stroke of luck that they found him.
    Ex: Machiavelli insisted that the Prince be aware that he was Prince mostly by luck and his job was to never admit it.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de casualidad

  • 3 de chiripa

    = by a fluke, by a stroke of (good) luck, by chance, by luck
    Ex. The study revealed that most of the deformities are caused by a fluke.
    Ex. The stream suddenly swept him away, and it was only by a stroke of luck that they found him.
    Ex. If, by chance, the newly entered item is identical to one already in the file, DOBIS/LIBIS ignores the new entry.
    Ex. Machiavelli insisted that the Prince be aware that he was Prince mostly by luck and his job was to never admit it.
    * * *
    = by a fluke, by a stroke of (good) luck, by chance, by luck

    Ex: The study revealed that most of the deformities are caused by a fluke.

    Ex: The stream suddenly swept him away, and it was only by a stroke of luck that they found him.
    Ex: If, by chance, the newly entered item is identical to one already in the file, DOBIS/LIBIS ignores the new entry.
    Ex: Machiavelli insisted that the Prince be aware that he was Prince mostly by luck and his job was to never admit it.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de chiripa

  • 4 de suerte

    = by a fluke, by a stroke of (good) luck, by chance, by luck
    Ex. The study revealed that most of the deformities are caused by a fluke.
    Ex. The stream suddenly swept him away, and it was only by a stroke of luck that they found him.
    Ex. If, by chance, the newly entered item is identical to one already in the file, DOBIS/LIBIS ignores the new entry.
    Ex. Machiavelli insisted that the Prince be aware that he was Prince mostly by luck and his job was to never admit it.
    * * *
    = by a fluke, by a stroke of (good) luck, by chance, by luck

    Ex: The study revealed that most of the deformities are caused by a fluke.

    Ex: The stream suddenly swept him away, and it was only by a stroke of luck that they found him.
    Ex: If, by chance, the newly entered item is identical to one already in the file, DOBIS/LIBIS ignores the new entry.
    Ex: Machiavelli insisted that the Prince be aware that he was Prince mostly by luck and his job was to never admit it.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de suerte

  • 5 ceder a

    v.
    1 to yield to, to knuckle under, to give up to, to give in to.
    2 to give over to, to relay to, to give up for, to hand over to.
    3 to cede to, to admit to.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ceder a

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