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  • 301 de modo poco imaginativo

    Ex. He is competent in a quiet, effective way, and the library seems to be well, if unimaginatively, run.
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    Ex: He is competent in a quiet, effective way, and the library seems to be well, if unimaginatively, run.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de modo poco imaginativo

  • 302 de modo provocador

    (adj.) = provocatively
    Ex. There was no support for a hypothesis that there would be more provocatively dressed women in sporting event adverts than in those accompanying soap operas or prime time shows = No se confirmó la hipótesis de que habría más mujeres vestidas de una forma provocativa en los anuncios de los acontecimientos deportivos que en los que se emiten con las telenovelas o con los programas de mayor audiencia.
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    (adj.) = provocatively

    Ex: There was no support for a hypothesis that there would be more provocatively dressed women in sporting event adverts than in those accompanying soap operas or prime time shows = No se confirmó la hipótesis de que habría más mujeres vestidas de una forma provocativa en los anuncios de los acontecimientos deportivos que en los que se emiten con las telenovelas o con los programas de mayor audiencia.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de modo provocador

  • 303 de modo provocativo

    Ex. The women dance, stamping their feet, clapping and chanting while some of them gyrate their hips suggestively in the centre of the circle.
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    Ex: The women dance, stamping their feet, clapping and chanting while some of them gyrate their hips suggestively in the centre of the circle.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de modo provocativo

  • 304 de modo que + poder + oír

    Ex. The only stipulation was that they stayed within earshot of their mother's whistle.
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    Ex: The only stipulation was that they stayed within earshot of their mother's whistle.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de modo que + poder + oír

  • 305 de modo raro

    Ex. That's why I am trying to find an area where people don't look funnily upon others who are not like them.
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    Ex: That's why I am trying to find an area where people don't look funnily upon others who are not like them.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de modo raro

  • 306 de modo recíproco

    Ex. Reciprocally, research in the information sciences raises specific ontological questions which call for further philosophical investigations.
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    Ex: Reciprocally, research in the information sciences raises specific ontological questions which call for further philosophical investigations.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de modo recíproco

  • 307 de modo reprobatorio

    = reprovingly, reproachfully
    Ex. I have actually started to avoid the computer which seems to look at me reprovingly every time I pass by.
    Ex. He looked at her reproachfully for a moment, and then announced that he was ready to throw up the sponge.
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    = reprovingly, reproachfully

    Ex: I have actually started to avoid the computer which seems to look at me reprovingly every time I pass by.

    Ex: He looked at her reproachfully for a moment, and then announced that he was ready to throw up the sponge.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de modo reprobatorio

  • 308 de modo sorprendente

    Ex. Then a few weeks ago, we noted that he had shockingly changed his tune, right about the time that the market was hitting new highs.
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    Ex: Then a few weeks ago, we noted that he had shockingly changed his tune, right about the time that the market was hitting new highs.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de modo sorprendente

  • 309 de modo tal que

    Ex. The number of circuits which can be stored on a single chip has increased rapidly over the last few years, so much so that there are now a number of degrees of integration.
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    Ex: The number of circuits which can be stored on a single chip has increased rapidly over the last few years, so much so that there are now a number of degrees of integration.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de modo tal que

  • 310 de otro modo

    Ex. Thus material are classified and grouped first by language and conversely, for example, poetry is scattered according to language.
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    Ex: Thus material are classified and grouped first by language and conversely, for example, poetry is scattered according to language.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de otro modo

  • 311 de qué modo

    Ex. By what means does a library fulfil its function of information retrieval?.
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    Ex: By what means does a library fulfil its function of information retrieval?.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de qué modo

  • 312 de tal modo que

    = in such a way that, so
    Ex. The concepts are organised into facets, and the facets are arranged and applied in such a way that the general to special order is preserved.
    Ex. Some library members are still reticent about using technological innovations such as microfiche readers so it may be only library staff who use the catalogue.
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    = in such a way that, so

    Ex: The concepts are organised into facets, and the facets are arranged and applied in such a way that the general to special order is preserved.

    Ex: Some library members are still reticent about using technological innovations such as microfiche readers so it may be only library staff who use the catalogue.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de tal modo que

  • 313 de tal modo que + Subjuntivo

    = in such a way as to + Infinitivo
    Ex. Thus care in indexing is essential, and systems should be designed in such a way as to minimise the possibility of error.
    * * *
    = in such a way as to + Infinitivo

    Ex: Thus care in indexing is essential, and systems should be designed in such a way as to minimise the possibility of error.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de tal modo que + Subjuntivo

  • 314 de tal modo que raya en lo ridículo

    Ex. There exists a failure to recognize new topics, or a failure to recognize them until it's almost ridiculously too late, that is, after there has been abundant literary warrant for them.
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    Ex: There exists a failure to recognize new topics, or a failure to recognize them until it's almost ridiculously too late, that is, after there has been abundant literary warrant for them.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de tal modo que raya en lo ridículo

  • 315 de un modo

    Ex. The Internet has changed the economic ground rules of scholarly publishing in a fashion comparable to the deregulation of the airline industry in the USA.
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    Ex: The Internet has changed the economic ground rules of scholarly publishing in a fashion comparable to the deregulation of the airline industry in the USA.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de un modo

  • 316 de un modo + Adjetivo

    = in + Adjetivo + fashion, in + Adjetivo + measure, in a + Adjetivo + manner, in + Adjetivo + manner, on a + Adjetivo + scale, to a + Adjetivo + degree, in a + Adjetivo + vein
    Ex. In more muted fashion the universities have displayed a similar interest.
    Ex. Watt suffered in generous measure from that curse which descends upon all bibliographers who are not severely self disciplined.
    Ex. Identification of the main subject areas in a more explicit manner than might be required in the planning stage.
    Ex. Arabic numerals are used to denote further divisions, in an integral manner, running from 1 to 9999, as necessary.
    Ex. Any library involved in this activity on a large scale could find such software very useful in ensuring accurate and comprehensive records.
    Ex. In other words, the information supplied in the document matches, to an acceptable degree, the information demanded by the user.
    Ex. Written in light vein but with a serious purpose, describes the responsibilities of the systems librarian (or library systems analyst) and his role in modern librarianship.
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    = in + Adjetivo + fashion, in + Adjetivo + measure, in a + Adjetivo + manner, in + Adjetivo + manner, on a + Adjetivo + scale, to a + Adjetivo + degree, in a + Adjetivo + vein

    Ex: In more muted fashion the universities have displayed a similar interest.

    Ex: Watt suffered in generous measure from that curse which descends upon all bibliographers who are not severely self disciplined.
    Ex: Identification of the main subject areas in a more explicit manner than might be required in the planning stage.
    Ex: Arabic numerals are used to denote further divisions, in an integral manner, running from 1 to 9999, as necessary.
    Ex: Any library involved in this activity on a large scale could find such software very useful in ensuring accurate and comprehensive records.
    Ex: In other words, the information supplied in the document matches, to an acceptable degree, the information demanded by the user.
    Ex: Written in light vein but with a serious purpose, describes the responsibilities of the systems librarian (or library systems analyst) and his role in modern librarianship.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de un modo + Adjetivo

  • 317 de un modo absorto

    Ex. 'Yes, what is it?' asked the director absently, as Hernandez rapped at his door.
    * * *

    Ex: 'Yes, what is it?' asked the director absently, as Hernandez rapped at his door.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de un modo absorto

  • 318 de un modo aburrido y pesado

    = tediously, ponderously, boringly
    Ex. Bibliographers, like other scholars, have to be able to think logically, to judge critically, and to persevere in tediously repetitive tasks.
    Ex. However, his use of a remorselessly chronological approach yields a narrative that is often bitty, sometimes ponderously plodding.
    Ex. Everything that happens in the couple's tiny, shrunken, enclosed world is addictive, unglamorous, and boringly awful.
    * * *
    = tediously, ponderously, boringly

    Ex: Bibliographers, like other scholars, have to be able to think logically, to judge critically, and to persevere in tediously repetitive tasks.

    Ex: However, his use of a remorselessly chronological approach yields a narrative that is often bitty, sometimes ponderously plodding.
    Ex: Everything that happens in the couple's tiny, shrunken, enclosed world is addictive, unglamorous, and boringly awful.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de un modo aburrido y pesado

  • 319 de un modo abusivo

    Ex. Publishers charge extortionately while paying nothing to authors and these are increasingly bypassing publishers by publishing on the Web.
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    Ex: Publishers charge extortionately while paying nothing to authors and these are increasingly bypassing publishers by publishing on the Web.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de un modo abusivo

  • 320 de un modo activo

    Ex. In addition to continuing and advancing programs begun prior to his directorship, Mr. Welsh has actively supported current efforts toward Universal Bibliographical Control.
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    Ex: In addition to continuing and advancing programs begun prior to his directorship, Mr. Welsh has actively supported current efforts toward Universal Bibliographical Control.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de un modo activo

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