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(acción+de+perder)

  • 541 perder el tiempo

    (v.) = dawdle, mess around, pissing into the wind, mess about, faff (about/around), pootle, sit + idle, muck around/about, piddle around
    Ex. The title of the article is 'The challenge of the information country lane (and those who dawdle in it)'.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Best bet Internet: reference and research when you don't have time to mess around'.
    Ex. Though the national media will ignore his candidacy, the politically pure of heart will be able to vote their conscience -- and once again have a grand old Quixotic time pissing into the wind.
    Ex. If an obscure Mitteleuropean monk named Gregor Mendel hadn't spent the middle part of the last century messing about with peas, the world would be a very different place today.
    Ex. A new report says that we waste three hours a day faffing around, doing nothing in particular, pootling, dawdling, pottering, hanging about.
    Ex. It's more advisable to have a cheap and skanky bike for pootling around town, the idea being that no-one would want to nick a nasty looking bike.
    Ex. Unused school buildings sit idle as ravages of time take toll.
    Ex. Rather than spend the money on the navy we could stop mucking about with wind farms and build more proper power stations.
    Ex. After piddling around most of the morning yesterday, my sis, her husband Fred, and my parents came over to celebrate Christmas Day.
    * * *
    (v.) = dawdle, mess around, pissing into the wind, mess about, faff (about/around), pootle, sit + idle, muck around/about, piddle around

    Ex: The title of the article is 'The challenge of the information country lane (and those who dawdle in it)'.

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Best bet Internet: reference and research when you don't have time to mess around'.
    Ex: Though the national media will ignore his candidacy, the politically pure of heart will be able to vote their conscience -- and once again have a grand old Quixotic time pissing into the wind.
    Ex: If an obscure Mitteleuropean monk named Gregor Mendel hadn't spent the middle part of the last century messing about with peas, the world would be a very different place today.
    Ex: A new report says that we waste three hours a day faffing around, doing nothing in particular, pootling, dawdling, pottering, hanging about.
    Ex: It's more advisable to have a cheap and skanky bike for pootling around town, the idea being that no-one would want to nick a nasty looking bike.
    Ex: Unused school buildings sit idle as ravages of time take toll.
    Ex: Rather than spend the money on the navy we could stop mucking about with wind farms and build more proper power stations.
    Ex: After piddling around most of the morning yesterday, my sis, her husband Fred, and my parents came over to celebrate Christmas Day.

    Spanish-English dictionary > perder el tiempo

  • 542 perder el tiempo, hacer esto y aquello de un modo relajado

    Ex. After piddling around most of the morning yesterday, my sis, her husband Fred, and my parents came over to celebrate Christmas Day.
    * * *

    Ex: After piddling around most of the morning yesterday, my sis, her husband Fred, and my parents came over to celebrate Christmas Day.

    Spanish-English dictionary > perder el tiempo, hacer esto y aquello de un modo relajado

  • 543 perder el valor

    (v.) = lose + Posesivo + nerve
    Ex. One wondered, did daring first-year students lose their nerve at the last minute and kneel as evidence that their audacity in approaching this 'holy of holies' was tempered by the proper reverence?.
    * * *
    (v.) = lose + Posesivo + nerve

    Ex: One wondered, did daring first-year students lose their nerve at the last minute and kneel as evidence that their audacity in approaching this 'holy of holies' was tempered by the proper reverence?.

    Spanish-English dictionary > perder el valor

  • 544 perder el ánimo

    (v.) = lose + heart
    Ex. The result is that many political scientists have lost heart.
    * * *
    (v.) = lose + heart

    Ex: The result is that many political scientists have lost heart.

    Spanish-English dictionary > perder el ánimo

  • 545 perder entusiasmo

    v.
    to become disheartened, to become discouraged.
    * * *
    (v.) = lose + enthusiasm
    Ex. The Porter Public Library houses an all out effort to reach first and second grade pupils who have lost their enthusiasm for school because of falling behind in reading.
    * * *
    (v.) = lose + enthusiasm

    Ex: The Porter Public Library houses an all out effort to reach first and second grade pupils who have lost their enthusiasm for school because of falling behind in reading.

    Spanish-English dictionary > perder entusiasmo

  • 546 perder esperanza

    (v.) = lose + hope
    Ex. A leader needs a clear and challenging vision, a magic with words, the ability to motivate others, the courage to stay on course, and the persistence not to lose hope.
    * * *
    (v.) = lose + hope

    Ex: A leader needs a clear and challenging vision, a magic with words, the ability to motivate others, the courage to stay on course, and the persistence not to lose hope.

    Spanish-English dictionary > perder esperanza

  • 547 perder fuerza

    v.
    to lose strength, to fall into a decline, to fall into decline, to go into a decline.
    Su tesón se debilita lentamente His determination gets weak slowly.
    * * *
    (v.) = lose + power, lose + steam
    Ex. When she tried to soothe herself with other images -- images of John, the baby, the house -- she found that they had lost their power.
    Ex. Many fans have said that this series lost steam after the prison break finally happened.
    * * *
    (v.) = lose + power, lose + steam

    Ex: When she tried to soothe herself with other images -- images of John, the baby, the house -- she found that they had lost their power.

    Ex: Many fans have said that this series lost steam after the prison break finally happened.

    Spanish-English dictionary > perder fuerza

  • 548 perder gas

    (v.) = lose + steam
    Ex. Many fans have said that this series lost steam after the prison break finally happened.
    * * *
    (v.) = lose + steam

    Ex: Many fans have said that this series lost steam after the prison break finally happened.

    Spanish-English dictionary > perder gas

  • 549 perder influencia

    (v.) = lose + clout
    Ex. If performance evaluation is viewed as a tool of second or third-level by supervisors it loses its clout and encourages strife.
    * * *
    (v.) = lose + clout

    Ex: If performance evaluation is viewed as a tool of second or third-level by supervisors it loses its clout and encourages strife.

    Spanish-English dictionary > perder influencia

  • 550 perder interés

    v.
    to lose interest.
    El chico se desganó al verla The boy lost interest upon seeing her.
    * * *
    (v.) = lapse, lose + interest
    Ex. The first weeks are vital, and after that the shop must be constantly on the lookout for ways of stimulating further interest and re-awakening those who lapse.
    Ex. He lost interest in the discussion of different tactical methods to infiltrate the research building, as it mainly went over his head.
    * * *
    (v.) = lapse, lose + interest

    Ex: The first weeks are vital, and after that the shop must be constantly on the lookout for ways of stimulating further interest and re-awakening those who lapse.

    Ex: He lost interest in the discussion of different tactical methods to infiltrate the research building, as it mainly went over his head.

    Spanish-English dictionary > perder interés

  • 551 perder la chaveta por

    (v.) = have + a crush on
    Ex. How would you feel if your significant other had a crush on someone else?.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + a crush on

    Ex: How would you feel if your significant other had a crush on someone else?.

    Spanish-English dictionary > perder la chaveta por

  • 552 perder la compostura

    (v.) = lose + Posesivo + balance, break down + in disarray
    Ex. Endowed with the gift of being able to both listen and question, this paragon always is ready to meet the public without losing balance or a sense of humor.
    Ex. In retrospect, this was perhaps a rather inauspicious beginning, for the test apparently broke down in disarray over the question of relevance judgement.
    * * *
    (v.) = lose + Posesivo + balance, break down + in disarray

    Ex: Endowed with the gift of being able to both listen and question, this paragon always is ready to meet the public without losing balance or a sense of humor.

    Ex: In retrospect, this was perhaps a rather inauspicious beginning, for the test apparently broke down in disarray over the question of relevance judgement.

    Spanish-English dictionary > perder la compostura

  • 553 perder la conciencia

    (v.) = lose + Posesivo + consciousness, pass out
    Ex. The bleed was so severe that she almost lost her consciousness and had to be hospitalised for 10 weeks.
    Ex. He fell from his stool, passing out.
    * * *
    (v.) = lose + Posesivo + consciousness, pass out

    Ex: The bleed was so severe that she almost lost her consciousness and had to be hospitalised for 10 weeks.

    Ex: He fell from his stool, passing out.

    Spanish-English dictionary > perder la conciencia

  • 554 perder la cordura

    (v.) = lose + Posesivo + sanity
    Ex. Behind every good man, so the saying goes, is a good woman, and behind every maniac, is a good woman losing her sanity!.
    * * *
    (v.) = lose + Posesivo + sanity

    Ex: Behind every good man, so the saying goes, is a good woman, and behind every maniac, is a good woman losing her sanity!.

    Spanish-English dictionary > perder la cordura

  • 555 perder la credibilidad

    (v.) = lose + face
    Ex. Fear of ' losing face' often prevents people from seeking counseling for psychological problems until the problems are advanced.
    * * *
    (v.) = lose + face

    Ex: Fear of ' losing face' often prevents people from seeking counseling for psychological problems until the problems are advanced.

    Spanish-English dictionary > perder la credibilidad

  • 556 perder la cuenta (de)

    (v.) = lose + count (of)
    Ex. One parent told the judge that the whippings had become so common that he had lost count of how many he had seen at Allen's church.

    Spanish-English dictionary > perder la cuenta (de)

  • 557 perder la esperanza

    (v.) = despair, throw in + the towel, give up + hope, throw in/up + the sponge
    Ex. Like others, I've been wondering when I'd get my money's worth out of this meeting, and I was beginning to despair.
    Ex. No one among librarians, suppliers or publishers is throwing in the towel but the position this format takes in library collections in the near future is unsettled.
    Ex. If the librarians of the universities with the 50 largest libraries sense a need to bargain collectively they will have to give up hope of doing so as partners of the faculty.
    Ex. He looked at her reproachfully for a moment, and then announced that he was ready to throw up the sponge.
    * * *
    (v.) = despair, throw in + the towel, give up + hope, throw in/up + the sponge

    Ex: Like others, I've been wondering when I'd get my money's worth out of this meeting, and I was beginning to despair.

    Ex: No one among librarians, suppliers or publishers is throwing in the towel but the position this format takes in library collections in the near future is unsettled.
    Ex: If the librarians of the universities with the 50 largest libraries sense a need to bargain collectively they will have to give up hope of doing so as partners of the faculty.
    Ex: He looked at her reproachfully for a moment, and then announced that he was ready to throw up the sponge.

    Spanish-English dictionary > perder la esperanza

  • 558 perder la fe

    (v.) = lose + Posesivo + faith
    Ex. They had lost their way; most had completely lost sight of the founders' vision, and the few who could still see it had lost their faith in its potential for fulfillment.
    * * *
    (v.) = lose + Posesivo + faith

    Ex: They had lost their way; most had completely lost sight of the founders' vision, and the few who could still see it had lost their faith in its potential for fulfillment.

    Spanish-English dictionary > perder la fe

  • 559 perder la identidad de uno

    (v.) = lose + Posesivo + identity
    Ex. When, however, the point is reached that the library is subsumed into a leisure-recreation-cultural complex, and loses its specific identity, it may be questioned whether this is sound policy.
    * * *
    (v.) = lose + Posesivo + identity

    Ex: When, however, the point is reached that the library is subsumed into a leisure-recreation-cultural complex, and loses its specific identity, it may be questioned whether this is sound policy.

    Spanish-English dictionary > perder la identidad de uno

  • 560 perder la ilusión

    (v.) = lose + heart
    Ex. The result is that many political scientists have lost heart.
    * * *
    (v.) = lose + heart

    Ex: The result is that many political scientists have lost heart.

    Spanish-English dictionary > perder la ilusión

См. также в других словарях:

  • perder — (Del lat. perdere.) ► verbo transitivo 1 Dejar de tener una persona una cosa: ■ ha perdido el cargo que tenía. SE CONJUGA COMO tender ► verbo transitivo/ pronominal 2 No saber una persona dónde está una cosa que necesita: ■ he perdido un billete… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Acción militar del 29 de noviembre de 1811 — Parte de las Guerras Napoleónicas …   Wikipedia Español

  • Acción pauliana — La acción pauliana o revocatoria, es un mecanismo de defensa de los acreedores, dentro del derecho de obligaciones, mediante el cual éstos pueden solicitar la revocación de actos realizados por el deudor en su perjuicio. Para poder ejercer la… …   Wikipedia Español

  • perder el compás — 1. No seguir el ritmo de la música o de otra actividad. 2. Perder el ritmo o la regularidad que se seguía en una determinada acción …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Partido Acción Nacional (México) — Este artículo o sección necesita referencias que aparezcan en una publicación acreditada, como revistas especializadas, monografías, prensa diaria o páginas de Internet fidedignas. Puedes añadirlas así o avisar …   Wikipedia Español

  • pagar con o perder la piel — ► locución coloquial Morir a causa de cierta acción o en cierta ocasión: ■ pagó con la piel sus imprudencias al volante …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • perdición — ► sustantivo femenino 1 Acción de perder o perderse. SINÓNIMO pérdida 2 Pasión, sentimiento muy intenso de amor hacia una persona. SINÓNIMO querencia 3 Persona o cosa que causa un daño muy grave: ■ las drogas y el alcohol fueron su perdición.… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • pérdida — (Del lat. perdita.) ► sustantivo femenino 1 Acción y resultado de perder o de perderse. 2 Cosa o cantidad que se pierde: ■ la pérdida asciende a varios millones. SINÓNIMO merma 3 Daño o menoscabo que sufre una cosa: ■ las inundaciones han causado …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Ignición de flatulencias — Un intento de prender fuego a una flatulencia. La ignición de flatulencias, conocido popularmente como quema pedos, dardo azul, bazooka del culo, llama azul, angel azul, piroflatulencia o ignición anal, entre muchas otras, es la práctica de… …   Wikipedia Español

  • mutilación — ► sustantivo femenino MEDICINA Acción de perder un ser vivo alguno de sus órganos o miembros. * * * mutilación f. Acción y efecto de mutilar. * * * mutilación. f. Acción y efecto de mutilar. * * * ► femenino Acción y efecto de mutilar o mutilarse …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • desalentar — transitivo y pronominal 1) desanimar, descorazonar, desmoralizar, desmotivar, acobardar, intimidar, acoquinar, arredrar, atemorizar, amedrentar, caerse el alma a los pies, caerse las alas del corazón, deprimir* …   Diccionario de sinónimos y antónimos


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