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uncannily

  • 1 asombrosamente

    adv.
    amazingly, wonderfully, marvellously.
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    1 amazingly, astonishingly
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    ADV amazingly, astonishingly
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    = bewilderingly, startlingly, astonishingly, staggeringly, uncannily, surprisingly, amazingly.
    Ex. These factors, when combined with the computer's ability to select only those items meeting a bewilderingly complex set of conditions, provide an access capability unimagined with the book or card catalogs of Mr Cutter.
    Ex. Startlingly, we find also that Rule 2.44 would permit either Horses -- Diseases or Horse -- Diseases -- Strangles for a document on strangles in horses (an infectious streptococcal fever); the first of these is blatantly class entry rather than specific, while the second is equally blatantly alphabetico classed.
    Ex. These disk drives have been incorporated into microcomputers at astonishingly low prices.
    Ex. Not surprisingly, there is a staggeringly low take-up of welfare benefits, estimated at between 350 million pounds and 650 million pounds a year.
    Ex. Sawyer's works are at once uncomfortably personal and uncannily universal.
    Ex. The 2nd family, dealing with amino acid residues covalently bound in soil organic matter, yielded documents having surprisingly little overlap with those retrieved from Chemical Abstracts (CA).
    Ex. The market for books on cooking is increasingly made up of home cooks with an amazingly sophisticated set of skills and tastes.
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    = bewilderingly, startlingly, astonishingly, staggeringly, uncannily, surprisingly, amazingly.

    Ex: These factors, when combined with the computer's ability to select only those items meeting a bewilderingly complex set of conditions, provide an access capability unimagined with the book or card catalogs of Mr Cutter.

    Ex: Startlingly, we find also that Rule 2.44 would permit either Horses -- Diseases or Horse -- Diseases -- Strangles for a document on strangles in horses (an infectious streptococcal fever); the first of these is blatantly class entry rather than specific, while the second is equally blatantly alphabetico classed.
    Ex: These disk drives have been incorporated into microcomputers at astonishingly low prices.
    Ex: Not surprisingly, there is a staggeringly low take-up of welfare benefits, estimated at between 350 million pounds and 650 million pounds a year.
    Ex: Sawyer's works are at once uncomfortably personal and uncannily universal.
    Ex: The 2nd family, dealing with amino acid residues covalently bound in soil organic matter, yielded documents having surprisingly little overlap with those retrieved from Chemical Abstracts (CA).
    Ex: The market for books on cooking is increasingly made up of home cooks with an amazingly sophisticated set of skills and tastes.

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    amazingly, astonishingly
    lo hizo asombrosamente bien she did it amazingly o astonishingly well
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    amazingly, astonishingly;
    salió asombrosamente ileso del accidente amazingly o astonishingly, he was not injured in the accident

    Spanish-English dictionary > asombrosamente

  • 2 incómodamente

    adv.
    uncomfortably.
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    1 awkwardly
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    ADV (=sin comodidad) uncomfortably; (=con molestias) inconveniently
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    = uncomfortably, uneasily, awkwardly, cumbrously.
    Ex. Sawyer's works are at once uncomfortably personal and uncannily universal.
    Ex. 'It's not mystifying if you know him well,' Carmichael reflected, shuffling uneasily under her steady gaze.
    Ex. However, the rules of 1908 and 1949 included no such provision, save in the case of anonymous works where this was accomplished awkwardly and indirectly by the use of added entries under the original title.
    Ex. In order to avoid cumbrously constructed sentences, the term 'library' henceforth will be used in this introduction to encompass 'libraries,' 'media centers,' and 'information systems'.
    * * *
    = uncomfortably, uneasily, awkwardly, cumbrously.

    Ex: Sawyer's works are at once uncomfortably personal and uncannily universal.

    Ex: 'It's not mystifying if you know him well,' Carmichael reflected, shuffling uneasily under her steady gaze.
    Ex: However, the rules of 1908 and 1949 included no such provision, save in the case of anonymous works where this was accomplished awkwardly and indirectly by the use of added entries under the original title.
    Ex: In order to avoid cumbrously constructed sentences, the term 'library' henceforth will be used in this introduction to encompass 'libraries,' 'media centers,' and 'information systems'.

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    1 (sin confort) uncomfortably
    2 (inconvenientemente) inconveniently
    lugares incómodamente apartados inconveniently remote places
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    uncomfortably
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    incómodamente adv uncomfortably

    Spanish-English dictionary > incómodamente

  • 3 inquietantemente

    adv.
    worryingly.
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    ADV worryingly, disturbingly
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    = uncomfortably, disturbingly.
    Ex. Sawyer's works are at once uncomfortably personal and uncannily universal.
    Ex. The novel is disturbingly dark, violent, and filled with iconoclasm, despair, and paranoia = La novela es inquietantmente siniestra y violenta y está llena de iconoclasía, desesperación y paranoia.
    * * *
    = uncomfortably, disturbingly.

    Ex: Sawyer's works are at once uncomfortably personal and uncannily universal.

    Ex: The novel is disturbingly dark, violent, and filled with iconoclasm, despair, and paranoia = La novela es inquietantmente siniestra y violenta y está llena de iconoclasía, desesperación y paranoia.

    * * *
    disturbingly
    una mirada inquietantemente intensa a disturbingly intense look
    las cifras son inquietantemente altas the figures are worryingly high

    Spanish-English dictionary > inquietantemente

  • 4 misteriosamente

    adv.
    mysteriously, secretly.
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    1 mysteriously
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    = darkly, inexplicably, mysteriously, unaccountably, uncannily.
    Ex. Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex. Inexplicably, principals rated instruction 7th in importance out of 10 librarian's skills, but they expected librarians to spend more time on instruction than on any other library function.
    Ex. A book not available in October which is eventually delivered in the January following mysteriously becomes less needed by the students over a period of three months.
    Ex. Due to the recent political and economic changes began issues of well-known periodicals have been delayed or unaccountably stopped coming.
    Ex. Sawyer's works are at once uncomfortably personal and uncannily universal.
    * * *
    = darkly, inexplicably, mysteriously, unaccountably, uncannily.

    Ex: Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.

    Ex: Inexplicably, principals rated instruction 7th in importance out of 10 librarian's skills, but they expected librarians to spend more time on instruction than on any other library function.
    Ex: A book not available in October which is eventually delivered in the January following mysteriously becomes less needed by the students over a period of three months.
    Ex: Due to the recent political and economic changes began issues of well-known periodicals have been delayed or unaccountably stopped coming.
    Ex: Sawyer's works are at once uncomfortably personal and uncannily universal.

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    mysteriously
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    misteriosamente adverbio mysteriously, enigmatically, strangely: misteriosamente, nadie se había percatado de que no estaba allí, strangely, nobody had noticed that she wasn't there
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    mysteriously

    Spanish-English dictionary > misteriosamente

  • 5 similar

    adj.
    similar.
    m.
    match, par.
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    1 similar
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    adj.
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    ADJ similar (a to)
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    adjetivo similar
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    = associated, like, similar, like-minded, collateral, nonunique [non-unique], alike, coterminous [co-terminous], parallel, suchlike, consistent, kindred.
    Nota: Véase red para otras palabras terminadas con este sufijo.
    Ex. This list makes recommendations about the use of references for the display of relationships in a catalogue, index or data base, in order to guide users between connected or associated terms.
    Ex. Inversion may offer the advantage of grouping like subjects.
    Ex. Both the author and the subject approach for nonbook materials can be regarded as broadly similar for all media.
    Ex. Directories of organizations and human resources are an excellent means of knowing who is doing what and where and assist in the networking among like-minded institutions.
    Ex. If there are two or more collateral printed texts which were set from manuscript copy, not from other printed editions, the editor must choose one or other of them as copy-text on the basis of whatever he can discover about their relative status = Si existen dos o más textos impresos similares que se compusieron a partir del mismo original, no de otras ediciones impresas, el editor debe escoger uno u otro como texto fuente a partir de aquello que pueda descubrir que los diferencie.
    Ex. Our estimation is that we have 845,000 nonunique names in the MARC data base.
    Ex. Although users are better informed than non-users, they are fairly alike in their attitudes toward such issues as capital punishment and the effect of alcohol on driving.
    Ex. Sample articles were chosen for subjects coterminous with each other for 1950, 60 and 70.
    Ex. The increasing demand for paper of all sorts, which the giant productivity of the Fourdrinier machine could easily meet, resulted in a parallel demand for rags which was soon outstripping the supply.
    Ex. I think this should all be interpreted as a challenge, rather than as a mandate for complacency or suchlike.
    Ex. In order to achieve good consistent indexing the indexer must have a thorough appreciation of the structure of the subject and the nature of the contribution that the document makes to the advancement of knowledge.
    Ex. The indexer must evaluate whether the index user will profit if a distinction is made between two kindred terms.
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    * con las características similares a las de texto = text-like.
    * de forma muy similar a = in much the same way as.
    * de intereses similares = of like interest.
    * de manera similar = in a similar way.
    * de manera similar a = in a similar manner to.
    * de un modo similar = in a similar vein.
    * muy similar a = much like.
    * o algo similar = or something of that sort, or something to that effect, or something of that nature, or words to that effect.
    * para personas con intereses similares = birds-of-a-feather.
    * ser similar = be on a par.
    * ser similar a = be nothing short of.
    * similar a = akin to, of the type, along the lines of, to the effect of.
    * similar a la realidad = lifelike [life-like].
    * similar a un bolígrafo = pen-like.
    * y similares = and the kind.
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    adjetivo similar
    * * *
    = associated, like, similar, like-minded, collateral, nonunique [non-unique], alike, coterminous [co-terminous], parallel, suchlike, consistent, kindred.
    Nota: Véase red para otras palabras terminadas con este sufijo.

    Ex: This list makes recommendations about the use of references for the display of relationships in a catalogue, index or data base, in order to guide users between connected or associated terms.

    Ex: Inversion may offer the advantage of grouping like subjects.
    Ex: Both the author and the subject approach for nonbook materials can be regarded as broadly similar for all media.
    Ex: Directories of organizations and human resources are an excellent means of knowing who is doing what and where and assist in the networking among like-minded institutions.
    Ex: If there are two or more collateral printed texts which were set from manuscript copy, not from other printed editions, the editor must choose one or other of them as copy-text on the basis of whatever he can discover about their relative status = Si existen dos o más textos impresos similares que se compusieron a partir del mismo original, no de otras ediciones impresas, el editor debe escoger uno u otro como texto fuente a partir de aquello que pueda descubrir que los diferencie.
    Ex: Our estimation is that we have 845,000 nonunique names in the MARC data base.
    Ex: Although users are better informed than non-users, they are fairly alike in their attitudes toward such issues as capital punishment and the effect of alcohol on driving.
    Ex: Sample articles were chosen for subjects coterminous with each other for 1950, 60 and 70.
    Ex: The increasing demand for paper of all sorts, which the giant productivity of the Fourdrinier machine could easily meet, resulted in a parallel demand for rags which was soon outstripping the supply.
    Ex: I think this should all be interpreted as a challenge, rather than as a mandate for complacency or suchlike.
    Ex: In order to achieve good consistent indexing the indexer must have a thorough appreciation of the structure of the subject and the nature of the contribution that the document makes to the advancement of knowledge.
    Ex: The indexer must evaluate whether the index user will profit if a distinction is made between two kindred terms.
    * con las características similares a las de texto = text-like.
    * de forma muy similar a = in much the same way as.
    * de intereses similares = of like interest.
    * de manera similar = in a similar way.
    * de manera similar a = in a similar manner to.
    * de un modo similar = in a similar vein.
    * muy similar a = much like.
    * o algo similar = or something of that sort, or something to that effect, or something of that nature, or words to that effect.
    * para personas con intereses similares = birds-of-a-feather.
    * ser similar = be on a par.
    * ser similar a = be nothing short of.
    * similar a = akin to, of the type, along the lines of, to the effect of.
    * similar a la realidad = lifelike [life-like].
    * similar a un bolígrafo = pen-like.
    * y similares = and the kind.

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    similar similar A algo similar TO sth
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    similar adjetivo
    similar;
    similar A algo similar to sth
    similar adjetivo similar
    ' similar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    afín
    - análoga
    - análogo
    - enfoque
    - julepe
    - parecida
    - parecido
    - pareja
    - parejo
    - semejante
    -
    - símil
    - tenor
    - vecina
    - vecino
    - asemejar
    - carajillo
    - chueca
    - parecer
    - rayuela
    - salchichón
    - tejo
    English:
    similar
    - uncannily
    - akin
    - broadly
    - gravitate
    - kindred
    - like
    - net
    - similarly
    - unlike
    * * *
    similar adj
    similar (a to)
    * * *
    adj similar;
    y similares and the like
    * * *
    similar adj
    semejante: similar, alike
    * * *
    similar adj similar

    Spanish-English dictionary > similar

  • 6 de forma extrańa

    • myself
    • mystery
    • uncannily

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > de forma extrańa

  • 7 extrańamente

    • freakishly
    • oddly
    • peculiarly
    • quaintly
    • queerly
    • strangely
    • uncannily
    • unnaturally
    • weird guy
    • weirdness

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > extrańamente

  • 8 misteriosamente

    • cryptically
    • darkly
    • eerily
    • enigmatically
    • inscrutable
    • insect
    • myself
    • mystery
    • uncannily

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > misteriosamente

Mira otros diccionarios:

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  • uncannily — uncanny ► ADJECTIVE (uncannier, uncanniest) ▪ strange or mysterious. DERIVATIVES uncannily adverb …   English terms dictionary

  • uncannily — adverb in an uncanny manner uncannily human robots • Derived from adjective: ↑uncanny …   Useful english dictionary

  • uncannily — adverb see uncanny …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • uncannily — See uncanny. * * * …   Universalium

  • uncannily — adverb In an uncanny manner …   Wiktionary

  • uncannily — adv. in an uncanny manner, inexplicably; in a mysterious manner …   English contemporary dictionary

  • uncannily — un·cannily …   English syllables

  • uncannily — See: uncanny …   English dictionary

  • uncannily adv — Mmmm, homemade soup, said Tom uncannily …   English expressions

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