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  • 1 Bielefeld, Alemania

    f.
    Bielefeld, Bielefeld, Germany.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Bielefeld, Alemania

  • 2 antiguo

    adj.
    1 ancient, early, antique, long-standing.
    2 former, olden, one-time, sometime.
    3 outdated, of a bygone era, archaic, outmoded.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: antiguar.
    * * *
    1 (gen) ancient, old; (coche) vintage, old
    2 (en empleo) senior
    3 (pasado) old-fashioned
    4 (anterior) former
    1 the ancients
    \
    a la antigua in an old-fashioned way
    de antiguo since ancient times
    * * *
    (f. - antigua)
    adj.
    1) old
    * * *
    antiguo, -a
    1. ADJ
    1) (=viejo) [ciudad, costumbre] old; [coche] vintage; [mueble, objeto, libro] antique

    a la antigua (usanza) — in the old-fashioned way

    de o desde antiguo — from time immemorial

    en lo antiguo — in olden days liter, in ancient times

    chapado, música
    2) ( Hist) [civilización, restos] ancient

    el palacio árabe más antiguo — the oldest Arab palace, the most ancient Arab palace

    edad 2)
    3) (=anterior) old, former

    la antigua capilla, ahora sala de exposiciones — the old o former chapel, now an exhibition hall

    un antiguo novio — an old boyfriend, an ex-boyfriend

    mi antiguo jefe — my former boss, my ex-boss

    más antiguo — [cliente, socio] longest-standing; [empleado, prisionero] longest-serving

    el socio más antiguo — the most senior member, the longest-standing member, the oldest member

    alumno
    4) (=anticuado) [traje, estilo, persona] old-fashioned; [mentalidad] outdated
    2. SM / F
    1) (=anticuado)

    tu madre es una antigua — your mother is really old-fashioned, your mother is a real fuddy-duddy *

    2) (=veterano)
    3) ( Hist)
    * * *
    - gua adjetivo
    1)
    a) ( viejo) <ciudad/libro> old; <ruinas/civilización> ancient; <mueble/lámpara> antique, old; < coche> vintage, old; <costumbre/tradición> old
    b) ( veterano) old, long-standing

    de or desde antiguo — from time immemorial

    2) (delante del n) ( de antes) old (before n), former (before n)
    3) ( anticuado) old-fashioned
    * * *
    = ancient, early [earlier -comp., earliest -sup.], former, old [older -comp., oldest -sup.], long-standing, age-old, sometime + Nombre, erstwhile, overaged, olde, retrospective, timeworn, antique.
    Ex. But this traditional stance conceals an ancient feud between cataloguers and reference librarians over the true function of the library catalogue.
    Ex. Microforms are easy to use, although there were early reservations concerning the fact that users need to become familiar with any specific kind of microform and its reader.
    Ex. This person acted as the liaison with the former UNIMARC Working Group.
    Ex. These circumvent many of the problems that must be tackled in subject indexing such as the emergence of new terms and new meanings for old words.
    Ex. The struggle to make the library an integral part of the educational process is a long-standing one which has yet to be resolved.
    Ex. The current environment in higher education is providing an opportunity for librarians to define a future that will ensure their central role in the educational process and thus resolve these remaining age-old questions.
    Ex. One of the most successful is the system devised by Dyson, sometime editor of CA.
    Ex. This article relates the professional experiences of an erstwhile academic librarian.
    Ex. Bielefeld University is replacing its overaged mainframe data processing systems in the library.
    Ex. The article 'Ye olde smart card' presents an annotated list of information sources on the credit card industry.
    Ex. It seems appropriate to take a retrospective look at the evolution of our catalog and the ideology which has shaped it.
    Ex. But beyond the honeymoon hotels and resorts, Polynesian life goes on and timeworn traditions are preserved.
    Ex. A small cranberry tree surrounded by holly sits on an antique marble-top table.
    ----
    * a la antigua = old-style.
    * a la antigua usanza = old-style.
    * antigua esposa = ex-wife.
    * antigua gloria = Posesivo + former glory.
    * antigua grandeza = Posesivo + former glory.
    * Antigua Grecia = Ancient Greece.
    * antigua novia = ex-girlfriend.
    * antigua Roma = ancient Rome.
    * antiguo alumno = alumnus [alumni, -pl.], alum.
    * antiguo esplendor = Posesivo + former glory.
    * antiguo periodista = ex-journalist.
    * antiguo régimen, el = ancient regime, the.
    * antiguos egipcios, los = ancient Egyptians, the.
    * antiguo soldado = ex-soldier.
    * Antiguo Testamento, el = Old Testament (O.T.), the.
    * asociación de antiguos alumnos = alumni association.
    * casco antiguo = old town.
    * casco antiguo de la ciudad, el = oldest part of the city, the.
    * chapado a la antigua = fuddy-duddy.
    * de antigua generación = low-end.
    * de antiguo = from time immemorial.
    * desde antiguo = from time immemorial.
    * desde muy antiguo = since olden times.
    * en el mundo antiguo = in antiquity.
    * impreso antiguo = old print.
    * ISBD(A) (Descripción Bibliográfica Normalizada Internacional - material anti = ISBD(A) (International Standard Bibliographic Description - Antiquarian).
    * ley antigua = ancient law.
    * libro antiguo = old book, rare book.
    * más antiguo = longest-serving.
    * más antiguo, el = seniormost, the.
    * muy antiguo = centuries-old.
    * obra antigua = ancient work.
    * periódicos antiguos = old newspapers.
    * recuperar + Posesivo + antigua grandeza = regain + Posesivo + former glory.
    * recuperar + Posesivo + antiguo esplendor = regain + Posesivo + former glory.
    * recuperar + Posesivo + antiguo gloria = regain + Posesivo + former glory.
    * red de antiguos compañeros = old boy network.
    * restituir Algo a su antigua grandeza = restore + Nombre + to + Posesivo + former glory.
    * reunión de antiguos alumnos = class reunion.
    * ser muy antiguo = go back + a long way.
    * vestido a la antigua = frumpy [frumpier -comp., frumpiest -sup.], frumpish.
    * * *
    - gua adjetivo
    1)
    a) ( viejo) <ciudad/libro> old; <ruinas/civilización> ancient; <mueble/lámpara> antique, old; < coche> vintage, old; <costumbre/tradición> old
    b) ( veterano) old, long-standing

    de or desde antiguo — from time immemorial

    2) (delante del n) ( de antes) old (before n), former (before n)
    3) ( anticuado) old-fashioned
    * * *
    = ancient, early [earlier -comp., earliest -sup.], former, old [older -comp., oldest -sup.], long-standing, age-old, sometime + Nombre, erstwhile, overaged, olde, retrospective, timeworn, antique.

    Ex: But this traditional stance conceals an ancient feud between cataloguers and reference librarians over the true function of the library catalogue.

    Ex: Microforms are easy to use, although there were early reservations concerning the fact that users need to become familiar with any specific kind of microform and its reader.
    Ex: This person acted as the liaison with the former UNIMARC Working Group.
    Ex: These circumvent many of the problems that must be tackled in subject indexing such as the emergence of new terms and new meanings for old words.
    Ex: The struggle to make the library an integral part of the educational process is a long-standing one which has yet to be resolved.
    Ex: The current environment in higher education is providing an opportunity for librarians to define a future that will ensure their central role in the educational process and thus resolve these remaining age-old questions.
    Ex: One of the most successful is the system devised by Dyson, sometime editor of CA.
    Ex: This article relates the professional experiences of an erstwhile academic librarian.
    Ex: Bielefeld University is replacing its overaged mainframe data processing systems in the library.
    Ex: The article 'Ye olde smart card' presents an annotated list of information sources on the credit card industry.
    Ex: It seems appropriate to take a retrospective look at the evolution of our catalog and the ideology which has shaped it.
    Ex: But beyond the honeymoon hotels and resorts, Polynesian life goes on and timeworn traditions are preserved.
    Ex: A small cranberry tree surrounded by holly sits on an antique marble-top table.
    * a la antigua = old-style.
    * a la antigua usanza = old-style.
    * antigua esposa = ex-wife.
    * antigua gloria = Posesivo + former glory.
    * antigua grandeza = Posesivo + former glory.
    * Antigua Grecia = Ancient Greece.
    * antigua novia = ex-girlfriend.
    * antigua Roma = ancient Rome.
    * antiguo alumno = alumnus [alumni, -pl.], alum.
    * antiguo esplendor = Posesivo + former glory.
    * antiguo periodista = ex-journalist.
    * antiguo régimen, el = ancient regime, the.
    * antiguos egipcios, los = ancient Egyptians, the.
    * antiguo soldado = ex-soldier.
    * Antiguo Testamento, el = Old Testament (O.T.), the.
    * asociación de antiguos alumnos = alumni association.
    * casco antiguo = old town.
    * casco antiguo de la ciudad, el = oldest part of the city, the.
    * chapado a la antigua = fuddy-duddy.
    * de antigua generación = low-end.
    * de antiguo = from time immemorial.
    * desde antiguo = from time immemorial.
    * desde muy antiguo = since olden times.
    * en el mundo antiguo = in antiquity.
    * impreso antiguo = old print.
    * ISBD(A) (Descripción Bibliográfica Normalizada Internacional - material anti = ISBD(A) (International Standard Bibliographic Description - Antiquarian).
    * ley antigua = ancient law.
    * libro antiguo = old book, rare book.
    * más antiguo = longest-serving.
    * más antiguo, el = seniormost, the.
    * muy antiguo = centuries-old.
    * obra antigua = ancient work.
    * periódicos antiguos = old newspapers.
    * recuperar + Posesivo + antigua grandeza = regain + Posesivo + former glory.
    * recuperar + Posesivo + antiguo esplendor = regain + Posesivo + former glory.
    * recuperar + Posesivo + antiguo gloria = regain + Posesivo + former glory.
    * red de antiguos compañeros = old boy network.
    * restituir Algo a su antigua grandeza = restore + Nombre + to + Posesivo + former glory.
    * reunión de antiguos alumnos = class reunion.
    * ser muy antiguo = go back + a long way.
    * vestido a la antigua = frumpy [frumpier -comp., frumpiest -sup.], frumpish.

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    A
    1 (viejo) ‹casa/ciudad› old; ‹ruinas/civilización› ancient; ‹mueble/lámpara› antique, old; ‹libro› old; ‹coche› vintage, old
    la parte antigua de la ciudad the old part of the city
    la antigua Roma ancient Rome
    una costumbre muy antigua an ancient o a very old custom
    es mejor no reavivar antiguas rencillas it's best not to revive old quarrels
    2 (veterano) old, long-standing
    es uno de nuestros más antiguos clientes he's one of our oldest customers
    3 ( en locs):
    a la antigua in an old-fashioned way
    se viste a la antigua she dresses in an old-fashioned way o style
    chapado a la antigua old-fashioned
    de or desde antiguo from time immemorial
    una tradición que viene de antiguo a tradition which dates from time immemorial
    Compuestos:
    masculine ancien régime
    masculine Old Testament
    B ( delante del n) (de antes) old ( before n), former ( before n)
    un antiguo novio an ex-boyfriend o old boyfriend
    visitamos mi antiguo colegio we visited my old school
    Río, antigua capital del Brasil Rio, the former capital of Brazil
    C (anticuado) ‹persona/estilo› old-fashioned
    tiene una cara muy antigua she has a very old-fashioned kind of face, her face seems to belong to another era
    * * *

     

    antiguo
    ◊ - gua adjetivo

    1
    a) ( viejo) ‹ciudad/libro old;

    ruinas/civilización ancient;
    mueble/lámpara antique, old;
    coche vintage, old;
    costumbre/tradición old;


    c) ( en locs)


    chapado a la antigua old-fashioned;
    de or desde antiguo from time immemorial
    2 ( delante del n) ( de antes) old ( before n), former ( before n);

    3 ( anticuado) old-fashioned
    antiguo,-a adjetivo
    1 old, ancient: Antiguo Testamento, Old Testament
    2 (pasado de moda) old-fashioned
    3 (empleado, cargo) senior
    4 (anterior) former
    ' antiguo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    antigua
    - casco
    - decana
    - decano
    - entre
    - restituir
    - sellar
    - testamento
    - ver
    - combatiente
    - viejo
    English:
    alumnus
    - ancient
    - antique
    - become
    - dissociate
    - encounter
    - ex-
    - flame
    - former
    - gramophone
    - imperial mile
    - long-standing
    - old
    - old-style
    - one
    - paper
    - take over
    - testament
    - erstwhile
    - further
    - long
    - past
    - sometime
    - veteran
    - vintage car
    * * *
    antiguo, -a
    adj
    1. [viejo] old;
    [inmemorial] ancient;
    un antiguo amigo/enemigo an old friend/enemy
    antiguo alumno [de colegio] ex-pupil, former pupil, US alumnus;
    el antiguo continente [Europa] Europe;
    la antigua Roma Ancient Rome;
    el Antiguo Testamento the Old Testament
    2. [anterior, previo] former;
    la antigua Unión Soviética the former Soviet Union
    el antiguo régimen the former regime; Hist the ancien régime
    3. [veterano]
    los miembros/empleados más antiguos tienen preferencia preference is given to the longest-serving members/employees;
    los vecinos más antiguos the neighbours who've been here longest
    4. [pasado de moda] old-fashioned;
    a la antigua in an old-fashioned way;
    chapado a la antigua stuck in the past, old-fashioned
    nm,f
    1. [persona] old-fashioned person;
    su tío es un antiguo her uncle is very old-fashioned
    2.
    los antiguos [de la Antigüedad] the ancients
    * * *
    adj old; del pasado remoto ancient;
    su antiguo novio her old o former boyfriend;
    a la antigua in the old-fashioned way;
    edad antigua ancient times pl
    * * *
    antiguo, - gua adj
    1) : ancient, old
    2) : former
    3) : old-fashioned
    a la antigua: in the old-fashioned way
    * * *
    antiguo adj
    1. (mueble, cuadro, etc) antique
    2. (casa, coche) old
    3. (idioma, cultura) ancient
    4. (anterior) former
    5. (en el trabajo) senior
    6. (anticuado) old fashioned
    ¡qué ideas más antiguas tienes! what old fashioned ideas you've got!

    Spanish-English dictionary > antiguo

  • 3 desfasado

    adj.
    out of phase, out of place, off-time.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: desfasar.
    * * *
    1→ link=desfasar desfasar
    1 outdated, out of date (persona) old-fashioned, behind the times
    ¡eres un desfasado! you're just not with it!
    * * *
    (f. - desfasada)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=anticuado) behind the times
    2) (Téc) out of phase
    3)

    estar desfasado — (Aer) to be suffering from jetlag

    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    a) (Fís) out of phase; <mecanismo/ritmo> out of sync; <planes/etapas> out of step
    b) <ideas/persona> old-fashioned
    * * *
    = out of date [out-of-date], outdated [out-dated], outmoded, superseded, outworn, musty [mustier -comp., mustiest -sup.], out of sync, overaged, out of touch with + reality, fossilised [fossilized, -USA], byzantine, moth-eaten, mothy [mothier -comp., mothiest -sup.], stale, long in the tooth.
    Ex. It is for this reason that many special libraries have constructed their own indexing language; they have avoided being tied to a possibly out of date published list.
    Ex. For example, the outdated subject heading 'Female emancipation' could be changed to the newer term 'Women's liberation' with this function.
    Ex. With computerization some libraries took the opportunity to replace outmoded abstracts bulletins with SDI services.
    Ex. Nonetheless, shelves fill up and eventually must be relieved of duplicated, superseded or obsolete books.
    Ex. This advertisement was part of a publicity campaign which was based on a presentation of Europe so outworn as to be almost meaningless.
    Ex. Only if we continuously redefine our goals in accordance with the developments in our societies will we remain dynamic libraries and not turn into musty institutions.
    Ex. The article 'Reading: an activity out of sync' emphasizes the need for the librarian and the teacher to work together to ensure that pupils are taught about a wide range of quality literature titles and authors.
    Ex. Bielefeld University is replacing its overaged mainframe data processing systems in the library.
    Ex. Some librarians seem to be out of touch with reality.
    Ex. The article deals with matters of image and status, professional associations, cultural policies, collections, censorship, outdated infrastructure and fossilised mentalities.
    Ex. Those elderly bureaucrats and their byzantine procedures are cherished by the customers, who tend to be uninterested in the arcane details of 'digital,' and so are relentlessly passé themselves.
    Ex. He said: 'The outer shell of democracy is, no doubt, intact but it appears to be moth-eaten from inside'.
    Ex. So, he cleaned the bird cage from top to bottom and threw out all the mothy bird seed.
    Ex. Does the library continue a stale tradition, or does it interpret social change?.
    Ex. Training would be needed for the reception staff, who all said they were a bit long in the tooth for learning how to use a computer.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    a) (Fís) out of phase; <mecanismo/ritmo> out of sync; <planes/etapas> out of step
    b) <ideas/persona> old-fashioned
    * * *
    = out of date [out-of-date], outdated [out-dated], outmoded, superseded, outworn, musty [mustier -comp., mustiest -sup.], out of sync, overaged, out of touch with + reality, fossilised [fossilized, -USA], byzantine, moth-eaten, mothy [mothier -comp., mothiest -sup.], stale, long in the tooth.

    Ex: It is for this reason that many special libraries have constructed their own indexing language; they have avoided being tied to a possibly out of date published list.

    Ex: For example, the outdated subject heading 'Female emancipation' could be changed to the newer term 'Women's liberation' with this function.
    Ex: With computerization some libraries took the opportunity to replace outmoded abstracts bulletins with SDI services.
    Ex: Nonetheless, shelves fill up and eventually must be relieved of duplicated, superseded or obsolete books.
    Ex: This advertisement was part of a publicity campaign which was based on a presentation of Europe so outworn as to be almost meaningless.
    Ex: Only if we continuously redefine our goals in accordance with the developments in our societies will we remain dynamic libraries and not turn into musty institutions.
    Ex: The article 'Reading: an activity out of sync' emphasizes the need for the librarian and the teacher to work together to ensure that pupils are taught about a wide range of quality literature titles and authors.
    Ex: Bielefeld University is replacing its overaged mainframe data processing systems in the library.
    Ex: Some librarians seem to be out of touch with reality.
    Ex: The article deals with matters of image and status, professional associations, cultural policies, collections, censorship, outdated infrastructure and fossilised mentalities.
    Ex: Those elderly bureaucrats and their byzantine procedures are cherished by the customers, who tend to be uninterested in the arcane details of 'digital,' and so are relentlessly passé themselves.
    Ex: He said: 'The outer shell of democracy is, no doubt, intact but it appears to be moth-eaten from inside'.
    Ex: So, he cleaned the bird cage from top to bottom and threw out all the mothy bird seed.
    Ex: Does the library continue a stale tradition, or does it interpret social change?.
    Ex: Training would be needed for the reception staff, who all said they were a bit long in the tooth for learning how to use a computer.

    * * *
    1 ( Fís) out of phase
    2 ‹mecanismo/ritmo› out of sync; ‹planes/etapas› out of step
    3 ‹ideas/persona› old-fashioned
    está algo desfasado it's a little behind the times o old-fashioned
    * * *

    Del verbo desfasarse: ( conjugate desfasarse)

    desfasado es:

    el participio

    desfasado
    ◊ -da adjetivo ‹ideas/persona old-fashioned

    desfasado,-a adjetivo
    1 (objeto, moda, etc) outdated
    2 (persona) old-fashioned, behind the times
    3 Téc out of phase

    ' desfasado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    desfasada
    - atrasado
    English:
    time
    - out
    * * *
    desfasado, -a adj
    1. [desincronizado] out of synch o sync
    2. [persona] out of touch;
    [libro, moda] old-fashioned; [ideas] old-fashioned, out of date
    * * *
    adj fig
    old-fashioned
    * * *
    desfasado, -da adj
    1) : out of sync
    2) : out of step, behind the times
    * * *
    desfasado adj out of date

    Spanish-English dictionary > desfasado

  • 4 rediseñar

    v.
    to redesign, to revamp, to reshape.
    Ellos reformaron la muñeca They redesigned the doll.
    * * *
    1 to redesign
    * * *
    * * *
    = redesign [re-design], reconfigure, repackage [re-package], repurpose [re-purpose], repack.
    Ex. The University of Bielefeld has to redesign all data processing systems of the library because of ageing of present systems.
    Ex. The library must quickly reconfigure its products, services and processes, and it must integrate expertise from other organizations to remain competitive.
    Ex. The objective of the second phase is to synthesise, repackage and disseminate findings for various audiences.
    Ex. This software application will take computer files and help the user to store, tag, find, manage and reuse or even repurpose those files for publication or for sale.
    Ex. The problem posed by the increasing number of documents may be solved by repacking them photographically into smaller categories.
    * * *
    = redesign [re-design], reconfigure, repackage [re-package], repurpose [re-purpose], repack.

    Ex: The University of Bielefeld has to redesign all data processing systems of the library because of ageing of present systems.

    Ex: The library must quickly reconfigure its products, services and processes, and it must integrate expertise from other organizations to remain competitive.
    Ex: The objective of the second phase is to synthesise, repackage and disseminate findings for various audiences.
    Ex: This software application will take computer files and help the user to store, tag, find, manage and reuse or even repurpose those files for publication or for sale.
    Ex: The problem posed by the increasing number of documents may be solved by repacking them photographically into smaller categories.

    * * *
    rediseñar [A1 ]
    vt
    to redesign
    * * *
    to redesign
    * * *
    : to redesign

    Spanish-English dictionary > rediseñar

  • 5 remodelar

    v.
    1 to redesign.
    remodelar algo para convertirlo en to convert something into
    2 to remodel, to make over, to renew, to perk up.
    * * *
    1 (modificar) to reshape
    2 (transformar) to transform
    3 (mejorar) to improve
    4 (reorganizar) to reorganize
    5 (ministerio) to reshuffle
    * * *
    VT (Arquit) to remodel; (Aut) to restyle; (Pol) to reshuffle; [+ organización] to restructure
    * * *
    verbo transitivo <plaza/barrio> to remodel, redesign; < organización> to reorganize, restructure
    * * *
    = redesign [re-design], refurbish, reinvent [re-invent], reshape [re-shape], rethink [re-think], rework, retool, remodel, revamp, reengineer [re-engineer], repurpose [re-purpose], refashion, refit, reshuffle.
    Ex. The University of Bielefeld has to redesign all data processing systems of the library because of ageing of present systems.
    Ex. In 1978, funds became available to refurbish the library.
    Ex. Schools of library and information science are once again intellectually impoverished, and the Graduate Library School ought to be reinvented or re-created.
    Ex. I do not think I am alone in believing there is a need for significant change, for reshaping our educational programs as well as our institutional goals and philosophies.
    Ex. Citation indexing would need to be carefully rethought in order to cater for the electronic journal.
    Ex. In this age of financial restriction we have to see ourselves, even at the smallest unit, as an international library resource network, and unless we can deal with this concept we can't rework the ISBD into a viable tool.
    Ex. Library automation vendors must be prepared to retool to continue to be effective in the present decade.
    Ex. This article outlines the reasons leading to a decision to remodel rather than to construct a new building.
    Ex. Library schools must revamp their curricula and librarianship should become a respected profession.
    Ex. Libraries in general, and the corporate library in particular, must reengineer to take their rightful place in the new age.
    Ex. This software application will take computer files and help the user to store, tag, find, manage and reuse or even repurpose those files for publication or for sale.
    Ex. The basic thesis of the book under review is that throughout his career Rembrandt restlessly fashioned and refashioned his self.
    Ex. Barnsley itself, a county borough, had at the time of this survey a medium-sized bookshop which had been refitted in 1974 and was well spoken of.
    Ex. Librarians cooperated with us and as long as we did their work and went in and reshuffled their shelving and things, they were very happy.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo <plaza/barrio> to remodel, redesign; < organización> to reorganize, restructure
    * * *
    = redesign [re-design], refurbish, reinvent [re-invent], reshape [re-shape], rethink [re-think], rework, retool, remodel, revamp, reengineer [re-engineer], repurpose [re-purpose], refashion, refit, reshuffle.

    Ex: The University of Bielefeld has to redesign all data processing systems of the library because of ageing of present systems.

    Ex: In 1978, funds became available to refurbish the library.
    Ex: Schools of library and information science are once again intellectually impoverished, and the Graduate Library School ought to be reinvented or re-created.
    Ex: I do not think I am alone in believing there is a need for significant change, for reshaping our educational programs as well as our institutional goals and philosophies.
    Ex: Citation indexing would need to be carefully rethought in order to cater for the electronic journal.
    Ex: In this age of financial restriction we have to see ourselves, even at the smallest unit, as an international library resource network, and unless we can deal with this concept we can't rework the ISBD into a viable tool.
    Ex: Library automation vendors must be prepared to retool to continue to be effective in the present decade.
    Ex: This article outlines the reasons leading to a decision to remodel rather than to construct a new building.
    Ex: Library schools must revamp their curricula and librarianship should become a respected profession.
    Ex: Libraries in general, and the corporate library in particular, must reengineer to take their rightful place in the new age.
    Ex: This software application will take computer files and help the user to store, tag, find, manage and reuse or even repurpose those files for publication or for sale.
    Ex: The basic thesis of the book under review is that throughout his career Rembrandt restlessly fashioned and refashioned his self.
    Ex: Barnsley itself, a county borough, had at the time of this survey a medium-sized bookshop which had been refitted in 1974 and was well spoken of.
    Ex: Librarians cooperated with us and as long as we did their work and went in and reshuffled their shelving and things, they were very happy.

    * * *
    remodelar [A1 ]
    vt
    A ‹plaza/barrio› to remodel, redesign
    B
    1 ‹organización› to reorganize, restructure
    2 ( Pol) ‹gabinete› to reshuffle
    * * *

    remodelar ( conjugate remodelar) verbo transitivoplaza/barrio to remodel, redesign;
    organización to reorganize;
    gabinete to reshuffle
    remodelar verbo transitivo
    1 Arquit to remodel, redesign
    2 (un organismo) to reorganize, restructure
    3 Pol to reshuffle
    ' remodelar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    convert
    * * *
    1. [edificio, plaza] to renovate;
    2. [gobierno, organización] to reshuffle
    * * *
    v/t remodel
    * * *
    1) : to remodel
    2) : to restructure

    Spanish-English dictionary > remodelar

  • 6 volver a diseñar

    (v.) = redesign [re-design], repurpose [re-purpose]
    Ex. The University of Bielefeld has to redesign all data processing systems of the library because of ageing of present systems.
    Ex. This software application will take computer files and help the user to store, tag, find, manage and reuse or even repurpose those files for publication or for sale.
    * * *
    (v.) = redesign [re-design], repurpose [re-purpose]

    Ex: The University of Bielefeld has to redesign all data processing systems of the library because of ageing of present systems.

    Ex: This software application will take computer files and help the user to store, tag, find, manage and reuse or even repurpose those files for publication or for sale.

    Spanish-English dictionary > volver a diseñar

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