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  • 2 férula

    f.
    1 ferule, cane stick used to punish children.
    2 rigid authority, authority.
    3 giant fennel, ferula, ferule.
    4 splint, flexible board used in fractures.
    * * *
    1 ferule, rod
    \
    bajo la férula de alguien figurado under the rule of somebody
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=vara) birch, rod
    2) (Med) splint
    3) (=dominio) rule, domination
    * * *
    femenino ( varilla) cane, rod
    * * *
    = bite guard, stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard, night guard.
    Ex. A bite guard, also known as a stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard or night guard, is a dental appliance provided by the dentist to protect your teeth from excessive grinding or clenching.
    Ex. A bite guard, also known as a stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard or night guard, is a dental appliance provided by the dentist to protect your teeth from excessive grinding or clenching.
    Ex. A bite guard, also known as a stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard or night guard, is a dental appliance provided by the dentist to protect your teeth from excessive grinding or clenching.
    Ex. A bite guard, also known as a stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard or night guard, is a dental appliance provided by the dentist to protect your teeth from excessive grinding or clenching.
    Ex. A bite guard, also known as a stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard or night guard, is a dental appliance provided by the dentist to protect your teeth from excessive grinding or clenching.
    ----
    * férula de descarga = bite guard, stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard, night guard.
    * férula de relajación = bite guard, stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard, night guard.
    * * *
    femenino ( varilla) cane, rod
    * * *
    = bite guard, stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard, night guard.

    Ex: A bite guard, also known as a stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard or night guard, is a dental appliance provided by the dentist to protect your teeth from excessive grinding or clenching.

    Ex: A bite guard, also known as a stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard or night guard, is a dental appliance provided by the dentist to protect your teeth from excessive grinding or clenching.
    Ex: A bite guard, also known as a stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard or night guard, is a dental appliance provided by the dentist to protect your teeth from excessive grinding or clenching.
    Ex: A bite guard, also known as a stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard or night guard, is a dental appliance provided by the dentist to protect your teeth from excessive grinding or clenching.
    Ex: A bite guard, also known as a stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard or night guard, is a dental appliance provided by the dentist to protect your teeth from excessive grinding or clenching.
    * férula de descarga = bite guard, stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard, night guard.
    * férula de relajación = bite guard, stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard, night guard.

    * * *
    1 ( Med) splint
    2 (varilla) cane, rod
    estar bajo la férula de algn to be under sb's rule o domination
    * * *
    1. Med splint
    2. [vara] cane, ferule;
    estar bajo la férula de alguien to be under sb's thumb

    Spanish-English dictionary > férula

  • 3 férula de descarga

    (n.) = bite guard, stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard, night guard
    Ex. A bite guard, also known as a stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard or night guard, is a dental appliance provided by the dentist to protect your teeth from excessive grinding or clenching.
    Ex. A bite guard, also known as a stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard or night guard, is a dental appliance provided by the dentist to protect your teeth from excessive grinding or clenching.
    Ex. A bite guard, also known as a stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard or night guard, is a dental appliance provided by the dentist to protect your teeth from excessive grinding or clenching.
    Ex. A bite guard, also known as a stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard or night guard, is a dental appliance provided by the dentist to protect your teeth from excessive grinding or clenching.
    Ex. A bite guard, also known as a stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard or night guard, is a dental appliance provided by the dentist to protect your teeth from excessive grinding or clenching.
    * * *
    (n.) = bite guard, stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard, night guard

    Ex: A bite guard, also known as a stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard or night guard, is a dental appliance provided by the dentist to protect your teeth from excessive grinding or clenching.

    Ex: A bite guard, also known as a stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard or night guard, is a dental appliance provided by the dentist to protect your teeth from excessive grinding or clenching.
    Ex: A bite guard, also known as a stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard or night guard, is a dental appliance provided by the dentist to protect your teeth from excessive grinding or clenching.
    Ex: A bite guard, also known as a stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard or night guard, is a dental appliance provided by the dentist to protect your teeth from excessive grinding or clenching.
    Ex: A bite guard, also known as a stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard or night guard, is a dental appliance provided by the dentist to protect your teeth from excessive grinding or clenching.

    Spanish-English dictionary > férula de descarga

  • 4 férula de relajación

    (n.) = bite guard, stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard, night guard
    Ex. A bite guard, also known as a stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard or night guard, is a dental appliance provided by the dentist to protect your teeth from excessive grinding or clenching.
    Ex. A bite guard, also known as a stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard or night guard, is a dental appliance provided by the dentist to protect your teeth from excessive grinding or clenching.
    Ex. A bite guard, also known as a stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard or night guard, is a dental appliance provided by the dentist to protect your teeth from excessive grinding or clenching.
    Ex. A bite guard, also known as a stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard or night guard, is a dental appliance provided by the dentist to protect your teeth from excessive grinding or clenching.
    Ex. A bite guard, also known as a stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard or night guard, is a dental appliance provided by the dentist to protect your teeth from excessive grinding or clenching.
    * * *
    (n.) = bite guard, stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard, night guard

    Ex: A bite guard, also known as a stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard or night guard, is a dental appliance provided by the dentist to protect your teeth from excessive grinding or clenching.

    Ex: A bite guard, also known as a stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard or night guard, is a dental appliance provided by the dentist to protect your teeth from excessive grinding or clenching.
    Ex: A bite guard, also known as a stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard or night guard, is a dental appliance provided by the dentist to protect your teeth from excessive grinding or clenching.
    Ex: A bite guard, also known as a stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard or night guard, is a dental appliance provided by the dentist to protect your teeth from excessive grinding or clenching.
    Ex: A bite guard, also known as a stress guard, teeth guard, dental guard or night guard, is a dental appliance provided by the dentist to protect your teeth from excessive grinding or clenching.

    Spanish-English dictionary > férula de relajación

  • 5 cólico del lactante

    (n.) = infant colic, baby colic, three-month colic, infantile colic
    Ex. Infant colic (also known as baby colic, three-month colic, and infantile colic) is a condition in which an otherwise healthy baby cries without any discernible reason.
    Ex. Infant colic (also known as baby colic, three-month colic, and infantile colic) is a condition in which an otherwise healthy baby cries without any discernible reason.
    Ex. Infant colic (also known as baby colic, three-month colic, and infantile colic) is a condition in which an otherwise healthy baby cries without any discernible reason.
    Ex. Infant colic (also known as baby colic, three-month colic, and infantile colic) is a condition in which an otherwise healthy baby cries without any discernible reason.
    * * *
    (n.) = infant colic, baby colic, three-month colic, infantile colic

    Ex: Infant colic (also known as baby colic, three-month colic, and infantile colic) is a condition in which an otherwise healthy baby cries without any discernible reason.

    Ex: Infant colic (also known as baby colic, three-month colic, and infantile colic) is a condition in which an otherwise healthy baby cries without any discernible reason.
    Ex: Infant colic (also known as baby colic, three-month colic, and infantile colic) is a condition in which an otherwise healthy baby cries without any discernible reason.
    Ex: Infant colic (also known as baby colic, three-month colic, and infantile colic) is a condition in which an otherwise healthy baby cries without any discernible reason.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cólico del lactante

  • 6 llamado

    adj.
    1 so-called, named, referred to as.
    2 called.
    m.
    call, calling, prayer, beck.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: llamar.
    * * *
    1→ link=llamar llamar
    1 called, named
    * * *
    1. ADJ
    1) (=con el nombre de) [persona] named, called; [lugar] called
    2) (=conocido) so-called

    ordenadores paralelos, así llamados por que funcionan simultáneamente — parallel computers, so called because they work simultaneously

    el cubo de Rubik, así llamado en honor a su inventor — Rubik's cube, named after its inventor

    3) (=destinado)

    estar llamado al fracasoto be doomed to failure

    4) (=convocado)
    2. SM
    1) Arg call, phone call
    2) LAm (=llamamiento) appeal
    * * *
    I
    - da adjetivo
    1) ( por un nombre) called

    el 747, también llamado `jumbo' — the 747, also known as the jumbo jet

    el llamado `boom' de los sesenta — the so-called `boom' of the sixties

    2) [estar] ( destinado)

    llamado a algo: está llamado a convertirse en una gran atracción — it is set to become a big attraction

    II
    b) (Arg) (Telec) llamada 1) a)
    * * *
    Ex. DOBIS/LIBIS contains a so-called 'help' capability.
    ----
    * erróneamente llamado = ill-named.
    * llamado así = so named.
    * mal llamado = ill-named.
    * * *
    I
    - da adjetivo
    1) ( por un nombre) called

    el 747, también llamado `jumbo' — the 747, also known as the jumbo jet

    el llamado `boom' de los sesenta — the so-called `boom' of the sixties

    2) [estar] ( destinado)

    llamado a algo: está llamado a convertirse en una gran atracción — it is set to become a big attraction

    II
    b) (Arg) (Telec) llamada 1) a)
    * * *

    Ex: DOBIS/LIBIS contains a so-called 'help' capability.

    * erróneamente llamado = ill-named.
    * llamado así = so named.
    * mal llamado = ill-named.

    * * *
    llamado1 -da
    un arqueólogo francés llamado Lamy a French archaeologist named o called Lamy
    nos detuvimos en un lugar llamado La Dehesa we stopped at a place called La Dehesa
    el 747, también llamado `jumbo' the 747, also known as the jumbo jet
    el llamado `boom' de los sesenta the so-called `boom' of the sixties
    la enfermedad de Chagas, así llamada por el nombre de su descubridor Chagas' disease, named after o so called because of the physician who discovered it
    B [ ESTAR] (destinado) llamado A algo:
    está llamado a convertirse en la principal atracción del parque it is destined o set to become the park's main attraction
    1 ( AmL) ( Telec) llamada f A 1. (↑ llamada)
    * * *

    Del verbo llamar: ( conjugate llamar)

    llamado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    llamado    
    llamar
    llamado 1
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    1 ( por un nombre) called;

    el 747, también llamado `jumbo' the 747, also known as the jumbo jet;
    el llamado `boom' de los sesenta the so-called `boom' of the sixties
    2 (a la fama, éxito) See Also→ destinado 1a
    llamado 2 sustantivo masculino
    a) (AmL) ( al público) See Also


    b) (Arg) (Telec) See Also

    llamada

    llamar ( conjugate llamar) verbo transitivo
    1bomberos/policía to call;
    médico to call (out);
    camarero/criada/ascensor to call;
    súbditos/servidores to summon;
    taxi› ( por teléfono) to call;
    ( en la calle) to hail;

    el sindicato los llamó a la huelga the union called them out on strike
    2 ( por teléfono) to phone, to call;

    llamado a algn al celular (AmL) or (Esp) al móvil to call sb on their cell phone (AmE) o mobile (BrE)
    3

    (dar el título, apodo de) to call


    verbo intransitivo
    1 ( con los nudillos) to knock;
    ( tocar el timbre) to ring (the doorbell);

    2 (Telec) [ persona] to telephone, phone, call;
    [ teléfono] to ring;
    ¿quién llama? who's calling?;

    ver tb cobro b
    llamarse verbo pronominal
    to be called;

    ¿cómo te llamas? what's your name?
    llamado,-a adjetivo so-called
    llamar
    I verbo transitivo
    1 to call
    2 (telefonear) to call up, phone, ring: la llamé esta mañana, I rang her this morning
    3 (suscitar vocación, interés) to appeal
    llamar la atención, to attract attention
    4 (por un nombre de pila) to name
    (por un apodo, mote, diminutivo) to call
    II vi (con los nudillos) to knock
    (con el timbre) to ring

    ' llamado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    llamada
    - alguien
    - aún
    - preocupar
    English:
    aptly
    - hotly
    - lop-eared
    - so-called
    - appeal
    - call
    - draft
    - name
    - so
    - summons
    - their
    * * *
    llamado, -a
    adj
    1. [con nombre]
    fueron descubiertas por un naturalista llamado Marcelino they were discovered by a naturalist called o named Marcelino;
    el llamado “efecto invernadero” what is known as the “greenhouse effect”;
    Roma, también llamada la Ciudad Eterna Rome, also known as the Eternal City;
    la ardilla gris, llamada así por el color de su piel the grey squirrel, so called because of the colour of its fur
    2. [destinado]
    un descubrimiento llamado a revolucionar la vida moderna a discovery destined to revolutionize modern life;
    un joven llamado a convertirse el líder del partido a young man destined to become party leader
    nm
    Am
    1. [en general] call;
    [a la puerta] knock; [con timbre] ring llamado de atención warning;
    llamado al orden call to order;
    llamado de socorro distress signal
    2. [telefónico] call;
    hacer un llamado to make a phone call;
    tienes dos llamados en el contestador you have two messages on your answering machine
    llamado a cobro revertido Br reverse-charge call, US collect call;
    hacer un llamado a cobro revertido Br to make a reverse-charge call, US to call collect;
    llamado interurbano long-distance o Br national call;
    llamado local local call;
    llamado nacional national call;
    llamado telefónico telephone call, phone call;
    llamado urbano local call
    3. [apelación] appeal, call;
    4. Mil call-up, US draft;
    llamado a filas call-up, US draft
    * * *
    I adj called, named
    II m L.Am.
    call
    * * *
    llamado, -da adj
    : named, called
    una mujer llamada Rosa: a woman called Rosa

    Spanish-English dictionary > llamado

  • 7 incensario

    m.
    1 censer.
    2 incense burner, censer, incensory, thurible.
    * * *
    1 censer, thurible
    * * *
    * * *
    masculino censer, thurible
    * * *
    = incense burner, censer, swinging incense burner, thurible.
    Ex. Giant incense burners in the temple were full of the remains of joss sticks and big boxes for people to make donations were full.
    Ex. The swinging incense burner called a censer, also known as a thurible, is an example of a pendulum.
    Ex. The swinging incense burner called a censer, also known as a thurible, is an example of a pendulum.
    Ex. The swinging incense burner called a censer, also known as a thurible, is an example of a pendulum.
    * * *
    masculino censer, thurible
    * * *
    = incense burner, censer, swinging incense burner, thurible.

    Ex: Giant incense burners in the temple were full of the remains of joss sticks and big boxes for people to make donations were full.

    Ex: The swinging incense burner called a censer, also known as a thurible, is an example of a pendulum.
    Ex: The swinging incense burner called a censer, also known as a thurible, is an example of a pendulum.
    Ex: The swinging incense burner called a censer, also known as a thurible, is an example of a pendulum.

    * * *
    censer, thurible
    * * *
    censer

    Spanish-English dictionary > incensario

  • 8 rosada

    f.
    pink cusk-eel, Genypterus blacodes.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: rosarse.
    * * *
    f., (m. - rosado)
    * * *
    = redfish, ocean perch, rosefish, Norway haddock.
    Ex. A solution of chloride was added to samples of bream, garfish, pike and redfish fillets.
    Ex. Also known as ocean perch or rosefish in North America and as Norway haddock in Europe, the redfish is one of a number of red-coloured scorpion fish.
    Ex. Also known as ocean perch or rosefish in North America and as Norway haddock in Europe, the redfish is one of a number of red-coloured scorpion fish.
    Ex. Also known as ocean perch or rosefish in North America and as Norway haddock in Europe, the redfish is one of a number of red-coloured scorpion fish.
    * * *
    = redfish, ocean perch, rosefish, Norway haddock.

    Ex: A solution of chloride was added to samples of bream, garfish, pike and redfish fillets.

    Ex: Also known as ocean perch or rosefish in North America and as Norway haddock in Europe, the redfish is one of a number of red-coloured scorpion fish.
    Ex: Also known as ocean perch or rosefish in North America and as Norway haddock in Europe, the redfish is one of a number of red-coloured scorpion fish.
    Ex: Also known as ocean perch or rosefish in North America and as Norway haddock in Europe, the redfish is one of a number of red-coloured scorpion fish.

    * * *

    rosado,-a
    I adjetivo pink
    1 (piel) rosy
    2 (vino) rosé
    II m (vino) rosé
    * * *
    rosada nf
    [del Pacífico] pink cusk-eel; [del Atlántico] kingklip

    Spanish-English dictionary > rosada

  • 9 conocido

    adj.
    1 known, well-known, familiar.
    2 known, familiar, acknowledged.
    f. & m.
    acquaintance, nodding acquaintance, relation, acquaintant.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: conocer.
    * * *
    1→ link=conocer conocer
    1 known
    2 (famoso) well-known
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 acquaintance
    * * *
    1. (f. - conocida)
    adj.
    2. (f. - conocida)
    noun
    * * *
    conocido, -a
    1. ADJ
    1) (=público) [dato] known; [persona] well-known
    2) (=familiar) familiar

    su cara me es conocida — I recognize his face, his face is familiar

    2.
    * * *
    I
    - da adjetivo
    1) ( famoso) <actor/cantante> famous, well-known
    2)
    a) <cara/voz> familiar
    b) <hecho/nombre> well-known

    más conocido como... — better known as...

    II
    - da masculino, femenino acquaintance
    * * *
    I
    - da adjetivo
    1) ( famoso) <actor/cantante> famous, well-known
    2)
    a) <cara/voz> familiar
    b) <hecho/nombre> well-known

    más conocido como... — better known as...

    II
    - da masculino, femenino acquaintance
    * * *
    conocido1
    1 = acquaintance, old friend.

    Ex: The 'empty sincerity' of the greeting one might exchange on passing an acquaintance on the street is not sufficient for reference enquirers, as Thomas Lee Eichman has recently explained.

    Ex: To take an obvious example, in a new catalog how does our old friend the main entry fare?.
    * grupo de amigos y conocidos = social network.

    conocido2
    2 = familiar, popular, renowned, known, old friend, commonly seen.

    Ex: For anyone involved with online searching, the equipment needed for electronic mail will be familiar: in addition to the microcomputer itself (which is the terminal), an acoustic coupler or modem will be needed.

    Ex: Although the fifteenth edition met with some success, it was not generally popular.
    Ex: Jorge Luis Borges, though renowned chiefly as author, reflects in his works the very essence of libraries and librarians.
    Ex: Calls are being made for a code of ethics for bloggers in which weblogs should explicitly acknowledge known bias, misinformation, unsubstantiated facts and conflicts of interest.
    Ex: The Web's full embrace of constant change means that even old friend sites may be unrecognisable after technology facelifts.
    Ex: This typology divides humor comics into commonly seen subject areas, such as teen, kiddie, horror, military, and so on = Esta tipología divide los comics de humor en áreas temáticas conocidas como adolescentes, infantil, terror, militar, etc.
    * algo ya muy conocido y usado = old nag.
    * bien conocido = well-known, well-understood.
    * búsqueda de documento conocido = known-item search.
    * conocido de memoria = rote-familiar.
    * conocido de todos = well-known.
    * conocido familiarmente = familiarly known.
    * conocido internacionalmente = internationally renowned.
    * conocido, lo = known, the.
    * conocido mundialmente = world-renowned, world-renown.
    * conocido por = best remembered for.
    * conocido por todos = widely recognised, well-known.
    * conocido también como = a.k.a. (also known as).
    * de todos conocido = well-known.
    * en terreno conocido = on familiar grounds.
    * hacerse conocido = word + get out.
    * llegar a ser conocido como = become + known as.
    * más conocido = best-publicised [best-publicized, -USA], mainstream.
    * más conocido como = better known as.
    * más vale malo conocido que bueno por conocer = better the devil you know (than the devil you don't).
    * menos conocido = lesser known.
    * mundialmente conocido = world-renowned, world-renown.
    * nombre muy conocido = household name, household word.
    * poco conocido = obscure, little known.
    * por todos conocido = well-known.
    * ser algo bien conocido que = it + be + a (well)-known fact that.
    * ser algo poco conocido que = it + be + a little known fact that.
    * ser conocido por = famously, have + a track record of.
    * ser conocido por todos = be out in the open.
    * ser lo suficientemente conocido como para que = be sufficiently well known for.
    * ser muy conocido por = be well known for.
    * ser un hecho bien conocido que = it + be + a (well)-known fact that.
    * ser un hecho poco conocido que = it + be + a little known fact that.
    * terreno conocido = familiar grounds.

    * * *
    conocido1 -da
    A (famoso) ‹actor/cantante› famous, well-known
    B
    1 ‹cara/voz› familiar
    su cara me resulta conocida her face is familiar
    2 ‹hecho/nombre› well-known
    más conocido por el sobrenombre de … better known as …
    es un hecho conocido que … it is common knowledge that …, it is a well-known fact that …
    conocido2 -da
    masculine, feminine
    acquaintance
    le pasó lo mismo a un conocido nuestro the same thing happened to an acquaintance of ours o to someone we know
    * * *

     

    Del verbo conocer: ( conjugate conocer)

    conocido es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    conocer    
    conocido
    conocer ( conjugate conocer) verbo transitivo
    1 persona to know;
    ( por primera vez) to meet;
    ciudad/país to know;
    ¿conoces a Juan? do you know/have you met Juan?;

    te conocía de oídas he'd heard of you;
    lo conozco de nombre I know the name;
    conocido a algn de vista to know sb by sight;
    es de todos conocido he's well known;
    quiero que conozcas a mi novio I want you to meet my boyfriend;
    nunca llegué a conocidolo bien I never really got to know him;
    ¿conoces Irlanda? do you know Ireland? o have you been to Ireland?;
    quiere conocido mundo she wants to see the world;
    me encantaría conocido tu país I'd love to visit your country
    2 (estar familiarizado con, dominar) ‹tema/autor/obra to know, be familiar with;
    lengua to speak, know
    3

    conocían sus actividades they knew of o about his activities

    b)

    dar a conocido (frml) ‹noticia/resultado to announce;


    identidad/intenciones to reveal;

    intentó no darse a conocido he tried to keep his identity a secret
    4 ( reconocer) to recognize( conjugate recognize);

    5 ( impers) ( notar):

    se conoce que ya llevaba algún tiempo enfermo apparently he'd been ill for some time
    verbo intransitivo ( saber) conocido de algo ‹de tema/materia› to know about sth
    conocerse verbo pronominal
    1 ( recípr) ( tener cierta relación con) to know each other;
    ( por primera vez) to meet;
    ( aprender cómo se es) to get to know each other
    2 ( refl)


    conocido
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    a) ( famoso) ‹actor/cantante famous, well-known

    b)cara/voz familiar

    c)hecho/nombre well-known;

    más conocido como … better known as …

    ■ sustantivo masculino, femenino
    acquaintance
    conocer verbo transitivo
    1 to know
    2 (por primera vez) to meet
    3 (reconocer) to recognize
    ♦ Locuciones: dar a conocer, (hacer público) to make known
    darse a conocer, to make one's name
    conocido,-a
    I adjetivo
    1 (sabido) known
    2 (familiar) familiar
    3 (popular, famoso) well-known: es muy conocido en Suecia, he's very well-known in Sweden
    II sustantivo masculino y femenino acquaintance: son unos conocidos míos que vienen a ver cómo estoy, these are acquaintances of mine that have come to see how I am
    ' conocido' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    clásica
    - clásico
    - conocida
    - familiar
    - notoria
    - notorio
    - popular
    - trascender
    - tridimensional
    - trillada
    - trillado
    - conocer
    - contacto
    - desconocido
    - introducir
    - malo
    - mundialmente
    - mundo
    - oscuro
    - poco
    - sonar
    English:
    acquaintance
    - Afro
    - best
    - devil
    - established
    - familiar
    - fascinating
    - foregone
    - formerly
    - guy
    - historian
    - known
    - landmark
    - little-known
    - notorious
    - obscure
    - out
    - parody
    - public
    - see
    - well-known
    - casual
    - household
    - well
    * * *
    conocido, -a
    adj
    1. [famoso] well-known
    2. [sabido] known;
    su último domicilio conocido her last known address;
    ese nombre me resulta conocido that name sounds familiar
    nm,f
    acquaintance;
    un conocido mío an acquaintance of mine, someone I know
    * * *
    I adj well-known
    II m, conocida f acquaintance
    * * *
    conocido, -da adj
    1) : familiar
    2) : well-known, famous
    conocido, -da n
    : acquaintance
    * * *
    conocido1 adj well known [comp. better known; superl. best known]
    conocido2 n acquaintance

    Spanish-English dictionary > conocido

  • 10 puma

    m.
    1 puma.
    2 cougar, mountain lion, puma, mountain cat.
    * * *
    1 puma, mountain lion, cougar
    * * *
    SM puma
    * * *
    masculino ( animal) cougar, mountain lion, puma
    * * *
    = puma, cougar.
    Ex. Pumas, also known as cougars, are the largest feline in North America.
    Ex. Pumas, also known as cougars, are the largest feline in North America.
    * * *
    masculino ( animal) cougar, mountain lion, puma
    * * *
    = puma, cougar.

    Ex: Pumas, also known as cougars, are the largest feline in North America.

    Ex: Pumas, also known as cougars, are the largest feline in North America.

    * * *
    ( Méx) puñal1 (↑ puñal (1))
    A (animal) cougar, mountain lion, puma
    B ( Chi fam) (varón) stud ( colloq)
    * * *

    puma sustantivo masculino ( animal) cougar, mountain lion, puma
    puma m Zool puma
    ' puma' also found in these entries:
    English:
    mountain lion
    - puma
    * * *
    puma nm
    1. [animal] puma
    2.
    los Pumas [en rugby] the Pumas [Argentinian rugby union team]
    * * *
    m ZO puma, mountain lion
    * * *
    puma nf
    : cougar, puma

    Spanish-English dictionary > puma

  • 11 ñu

    m.
    Nu, Nu programming language.
    * * *
    ñu
    1 gnu
    * * *
    SFPL ABR
    = Naciones Unidas UN
    * * *
    masculino gnu, wildebeest
    * * *
    = wildebeest, gnu.
    Ex. The wildebeest - also known as the gnu -- is a large antelope.
    Ex. The wildebeest - also known as the gnu -- is a large antelope.
    * * *
    masculino gnu, wildebeest
    * * *
    = wildebeest, gnu.

    Ex: The wildebeest - also known as the gnu -- is a large antelope.

    Ex: The wildebeest - also known as the gnu -- is a large antelope.

    * * *
    ñu
    gnu, wildebeest
    * * *

    ñu sustantivo masculino
    gnu, wildebeest
    ñu m Zool gnu
    'ñu' also found in these entries:
    English:
    abandon
    - abeyance
    - abolition
    - abomination
    - absenteeism
    - absolution
    - absorbent
    - absorption
    - abundance
    - acclaim
    - accompaniment
    - accord
    - accountancy
    - accuracy
    - acid
    - acne
    - acrylic
    - acting
    - acumen
    - acupuncture
    - adaptation
    - addiction
    - adjournment
    - admiration
    - admittance
    - ado
    - adolescence
    - adoration
    - adrenaline
    - adulation
    - adultery
    - adulthood
    - adversity
    - advertising
    - advice
    - affluence
    - after
    - ageism
    - agility
    - aging
    - agitation
    - agony
    - agriculture
    - AIDS
    - air
    - alcohol
    - alcoholism
    - ale
    - algebra
    - alimony
    * * *
    ñu nm
    gnu
    * * *
    ñu
    m ZO gnu
    * * *
    ñu nm
    : gnu, wildebeest

    Spanish-English dictionary > ñu

  • 12 alias

    adv.
    alias (gen) & (computing).
    prep.
    alias, otherwise called, otherwise known as, alias dictus.
    m. s.&pl.
    1 alias, assumed name.
    2 code name.
    * * *
    1 alias
    1 alias
    * * *
    ADV SM INV alias
    * * *
    I
    adverbio alias

    Juan Pérez, alias `el Rubio' — Juan Pérez alias `el Rubio'

    II
    masculino (pl alias) alias
    * * *
    = alias, a.k.a. (also known as).
    Ex. Then there was the continual drunkenness at work of the journeyman Hans van Leuven alias Elzevier (who was the father of the founder of the famous Elzevier Press).
    Ex. In this chapter, you're going to learn about what is for most members of the Internet community the most frequently used facility: electronic mail, a.k.a. e-mail.
    * * *
    I
    adverbio alias

    Juan Pérez, alias `el Rubio' — Juan Pérez alias `el Rubio'

    II
    masculino (pl alias) alias
    * * *
    = alias, a.k.a. (also known as).

    Ex: Then there was the continual drunkenness at work of the journeyman Hans van Leuven alias Elzevier (who was the father of the founder of the famous Elzevier Press).

    Ex: In this chapter, you're going to learn about what is for most members of the Internet community the most frequently used facility: electronic mail, a.k.a. e-mail.

    * * *
    alias
    Juan Pérez, alias `el Rubio' Juan Pérez alias `el Rubio', Juan Pérez also known as o a.k.a. `el Rubio'
    (pl alias)
    1 (apodo) alias
    2 ( Inf) alias
    * * *

    Del verbo aliar: ( conjugate aliar)

    alías es:

    2ª persona singular (tú) presente indicativo

    Multiple Entries:
    aliar    
    alias
    alias adverbio
    alias
    ■ sustantivo masculino ( pl alias) alias
    alias adverbio & m inv alias
    ' alias' also found in these entries:
    English:
    alias
    * * *
    adv
    alias;
    Pedro García, alias “el Flaco” Pedro Garcia, alias o a.k.a. “el Flaco”
    nm inv
    1. [apodo] alias
    2. Informát alias
    * * *
    I m inv alias
    II adv alias
    * * *
    alias adv & nm
    : alias

    Spanish-English dictionary > alias

  • 13 belladona

    f.
    belladonna, deadly nightshade.
    * * *
    1 deadly nightshade, belladonna
    * * *
    * * *
    [beja'ðona, bela'ðona]
    femenino ( planta) deadly nightshade, belladonna; ( extracto) belladonna
    * * *
    = deadly nightshade, belladonna.
    Ex. Belladonna is also known as deadly nightshade and is used by many homeopathic practitioners for the treatment of migraine headaches.
    Ex. Belladonna is also known as deadly nightshade and is used by many homeopathic practitioners for the treatment of migraine headaches.
    * * *
    [beja'ðona, bela'ðona]
    femenino ( planta) deadly nightshade, belladonna; ( extracto) belladonna
    * * *
    = deadly nightshade, belladonna.

    Ex: Belladonna is also known as deadly nightshade and is used by many homeopathic practitioners for the treatment of migraine headaches.

    Ex: Belladonna is also known as deadly nightshade and is used by many homeopathic practitioners for the treatment of migraine headaches.

    * * *
    /bejaˈðona, belaˈðona/
    (planta) deadly nightshade, belladonna; (extracto) belladonna
    * * *
    belladonna, deadly nightshade
    * * *
    f BOT deadly nightshade, belladonna

    Spanish-English dictionary > belladona

  • 14 detector de mentiras

    lie detector
    * * *
    (n.) = polygraph, lie detector
    Ex. A polygraph (also known as a lie detector) is a device that measures blood pressure, pulse, respiration and skin conductivity while the subject is asked a series of questions.
    Ex. A polygraph (also known as a lie detector) is a device that measures blood pressure, pulse, respiration and skin conductivity while the subject is asked a series of questions.
    * * *
    (n.) = polygraph, lie detector

    Ex: A polygraph (also known as a lie detector) is a device that measures blood pressure, pulse, respiration and skin conductivity while the subject is asked a series of questions.

    Ex: A polygraph (also known as a lie detector) is a device that measures blood pressure, pulse, respiration and skin conductivity while the subject is asked a series of questions.

    * * *
    lie detector

    Spanish-English dictionary > detector de mentiras

  • 15 intensificador

    adj.
    intensifying, accentuating, heightening.
    m.
    intensifier.
    * * *
    = intensifier, booster.
    Ex. Intensifiers, also known as boosters, use a large quantity of low-pressure fluid to produce a smaller quantity of higher-pressure fluid.
    Ex. Intensifiers, also known as boosters, use a large quantity of low-pressure fluid to produce a smaller quantity of higher-pressure fluid.
    * * *
    = intensifier, booster.

    Ex: Intensifiers, also known as boosters, use a large quantity of low-pressure fluid to produce a smaller quantity of higher-pressure fluid.

    Ex: Intensifiers, also known as boosters, use a large quantity of low-pressure fluid to produce a smaller quantity of higher-pressure fluid.

    * * *
    intensifier
    * * *
    intensificador, -ora adj
    intensifying

    Spanish-English dictionary > intensificador

  • 16 muerte súbita

    f.
    1 sudden death.
    2 oxymortia, crib death, cot death.
    * * *
    ( de adulto) sudden death; ( de bebé) crib death (AmE), cot death (BrE); (en fútbol, etc) sudden death; ( en tenis) tiebreaker, tiebreak
    * * *
    (n.) = cot death, crib death, sudden death
    Ex. Find articles on the prevention of sudden infant death syndrome (also known as SIDS, crib death and cot death).
    Ex. Find articles on the prevention of sudden infant death syndrome (also known as SIDS, crib death and cot death).
    Ex. To date medical research has provided no adequate explanation for these sudden deaths.
    * * *
    ( de adulto) sudden death; ( de bebé) crib death (AmE), cot death (BrE); (en fútbol, etc) sudden death; ( en tenis) tiebreaker, tiebreak
    * * *
    (n.) = cot death, crib death, sudden death

    Ex: Find articles on the prevention of sudden infant death syndrome (also known as SIDS, crib death and cot death).

    Ex: Find articles on the prevention of sudden infant death syndrome (also known as SIDS, crib death and cot death).
    Ex: To date medical research has provided no adequate explanation for these sudden deaths.

    * * *
    en tenis tiebreaker, tiebreak

    Spanish-English dictionary > muerte súbita

  • 17 pelota medicinal

    (n.) = medicinal ball, Swiss ball
    Ex. Medicinal balls, which are also known as Swiss balls, are an excellent means of improving fitness.
    Ex. Medicinal balls, which are also known as Swiss balls, are an excellent means of improving fitness.
    * * *
    (n.) = medicinal ball, Swiss ball

    Ex: Medicinal balls, which are also known as Swiss balls, are an excellent means of improving fitness.

    Ex: Medicinal balls, which are also known as Swiss balls, are an excellent means of improving fitness.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pelota medicinal

  • 18 quemador de incienso

    (n.) = incense burner, censer, thurible
    Ex. Giant incense burners in the temple were full of the remains of joss sticks and big boxes for people to make donations were full.
    Ex. The swinging incense burner called a censer, also known as a thurible, is an example of a pendulum.
    Ex. The swinging incense burner called a censer, also known as a thurible, is an example of a pendulum.
    * * *
    (n.) = incense burner, censer, thurible

    Ex: Giant incense burners in the temple were full of the remains of joss sticks and big boxes for people to make donations were full.

    Ex: The swinging incense burner called a censer, also known as a thurible, is an example of a pendulum.
    Ex: The swinging incense burner called a censer, also known as a thurible, is an example of a pendulum.

    Spanish-English dictionary > quemador de incienso

  • 19 suplantación de identidad

    (n.) = impersonation, spoofing, phishing, phising, carding, identity theft
    Ex. In particular, the author examines the knowledge of Internet users regarding specific acts of computer abuse: piracy, unauthorized entry and impersonation.
    Ex. Spoofing is the act of funnelling a user's Web traffic through a remote computer, monitoring sessions, and sending false or misleading information both to and from the user.
    Ex. ' Phishing' is a form of Internet fraud that aims to steal valuable information such as credit cards, social security numbers, user IDs and passwords.
    Ex. Phishing (also known as phising or carding) is the practice whereby a scammer who is pretending to be from a legitimate organisation, sends misleading emails requesting personal and financial details from unsuspecting people.
    Ex. Phishing (also known as phising or carding) is the practice whereby a scammer who is pretending to be from a legitimate organisation, sends misleading emails requesting personal and financial details from unsuspecting people.
    Ex. We take identity theft seriously, but our banks are dragging their feet.
    * * *
    (n.) = impersonation, spoofing, phishing, phising, carding, identity theft

    Ex: In particular, the author examines the knowledge of Internet users regarding specific acts of computer abuse: piracy, unauthorized entry and impersonation.

    Ex: Spoofing is the act of funnelling a user's Web traffic through a remote computer, monitoring sessions, and sending false or misleading information both to and from the user.
    Ex: ' Phishing' is a form of Internet fraud that aims to steal valuable information such as credit cards, social security numbers, user IDs and passwords.
    Ex: Phishing (also known as phising or carding) is the practice whereby a scammer who is pretending to be from a legitimate organisation, sends misleading emails requesting personal and financial details from unsuspecting people.
    Ex: Phishing (also known as phising or carding) is the practice whereby a scammer who is pretending to be from a legitimate organisation, sends misleading emails requesting personal and financial details from unsuspecting people.
    Ex: We take identity theft seriously, but our banks are dragging their feet.

    Spanish-English dictionary > suplantación de identidad

  • 20 tuna

    f.
    1 prickly pear. ( Latin American Spanish)
    2 tuna, cactus fruit, prickly pear.
    * * *
    1 student minstrel group
    * * *
    I
    SF (Bot) prickly pear
    II
    SF
    1) Esp
    (Mús)
    2) (=vida picaresca) rogue's life, vagabond life; (fig) merry life

    correr la tuna — to have a good time, live it up *

    3) CAm (=embriaguez) drunkenness
    TUNA Tunas, also known as estudiantinas, are groups of students dressed in 17th century costumes who play guitars, lutes and tambourines and who used to go serenading through the streets. More recently, they have been known for making impromptu appearances at weddings and parties singing traditional Spanish songs, often of a bawdy nature, in exchange for drinks or some money.
    * * *
    1) (Bot, Coc) (planta, fruto) prickly pear
    •• Cultural note:
    A tuna, also called an estudiantina, is a group of strolling student players. They play in bars and restaurants, or at parties and weddings. Tunas are one of the most deeply rooted traditions at Spanish universities dating from the seventeenth or eighteenth centuries. Tunas wear black velvet costumes, with doublets and capes. The instruments played are the lute, the guitar, the violin, and the tambourine. Tunos wear ribbons on their capes, showing the faculties that they belong to
    * * *
    1) (Bot, Coc) (planta, fruto) prickly pear
    •• Cultural note:
    A tuna, also called an estudiantina, is a group of strolling student players. They play in bars and restaurants, or at parties and weddings. Tunas are one of the most deeply rooted traditions at Spanish universities dating from the seventeenth or eighteenth centuries. Tunas wear black velvet costumes, with doublets and capes. The instruments played are the lute, the guitar, the violin, and the tambourine. Tunos wear ribbons on their capes, showing the faculties that they belong to
    * * *
    tuna (↑ tuna a1)
    A ( Bot, Coc) (planta) prickly pear; (fruto) prickly pear
    como tuna ( Chi fam): despertó como tuna he woke up as fresh as a daisy
    es muy viejo pero está como tuna todavía he's an old man but he's still as fit as a fiddle
    A tuna, also called an estudiantina, is a group of strolling student players. They play in bars and restaurants, or at parties and weddings. Tunas are one of the most deeply rooted traditions at Spanish universities dating from the seventeenth or eighteenth centuries. Tunas wear black velvet costumes, with doublets and capes. The instruments played are the lute, the guitar, the violin, and the tambourine. Tunos wear ribbons on their capes, showing the faculties that they belong to.
    * * *

    tuna sustantivo femenino
    1 (Bot, Coc) (planta, fruto) prickly pear
    2 (Mús) tuna ( musical group made up of university students)
    tuno,-a
    1 m,f (pillo) rascal
    2 sustantivo masculino member of a tuna
    tuna f music group made up of university student minstrels
    ' tuna' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    atún
    - bonito
    - tuno
    - empanadilla
    English:
    tin
    - tuna
    * * *
    tuna nf
    1. [agrupación musical] = group of student minstrels
    2. Am [higo chumbo] prickly pear
    TUNA
    Some Spanish university students participate in small musical groups called tunas, who for a small donation will sing popular serenades. They wear traditional 17th century costumes and, playing a range of stringed instruments, they accompany wedding ceremonies and first communions. They still serenade young women under their windows. The first tunas date back to the 13th century, when hard-up students sang in taverns for a meal and a glance from their sweethearts. There are tunas all over Spain, and they are also found in Latin America (where they are more often known by the more general term “estudiantina”).
    * * *
    f
    1 MÚS student musical group
    fruta prickly pear
    m, tuna f rogue
    * * *
    tuna nf
    : prickly pear (fruit)

    Spanish-English dictionary > tuna

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