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DEFORMITIES

  • 1 al azar

    adv.
    at random, at a venture, hit-or-miss, hit-and-miss.
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    at random
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    = at random, by chance, haphazardly, indiscriminate, indiscriminately, random, randomly, pot luck, hit (and/or) miss, odd, by a fluke, by luck, by a stroke of (good) luck
    Ex. Observations were made at random by uninvolved observers.
    Ex. If, by chance, the newly entered item is identical to one already in the file, DOBIS/LIBIS ignores the new entry.
    Ex. Although university education in modern India dates back to 1856, libraries developed haphazardly and were more embellishments than an integral part of the academic programme.
    Ex. Nonetheless, the indiscriminate use of both terms in a data base creates a situation in which the serious scholar is either deprived of access to half of the material in the collection, or must consult two sequences.
    Ex. Furthermore, the value of citation bibliometry is currently being undermined by the formation of 'citation clubs', which aim to indiscriminately achieve maximum cross-citing between 'club members'.
    Ex. Where the subcategory is small the subsequent arrangement is random.
    Ex. The reason for this is that the qualifier, Public Libraries, is randomly distributed depending on whether other facets are cited in between.
    Ex. In addition to the 'pot luck' method which some indexers seem to favour, we now have the use of PRECIS to serve as the indexing method in BNB.
    Ex. Funds are low, so libraries could benefit from interlibrary loan schemes, although without a national union catalogue, efforts to serve readers are hit and miss = Los fondos son escasos, por lo que las bibliotecas se podrían beneficiar del préstamo interbibliotecario, aunque, sin un catálogo colectivo nacional, los esfuerzos para atender a los usuarios son una lotería.
    Ex. For example, review articles are expected to be supported by extensive bibliographies, whilst it is unusual for a letter to carry more than the odd citation.
    Ex. The study revealed that most of the deformities are caused by a fluke.
    Ex. Machiavelli insisted that the Prince be aware that he was Prince mostly by luck and his job was to never admit it.
    Ex. The stream suddenly swept him away, and it was only by a stroke of luck that they found him.
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    = at random, by chance, haphazardly, indiscriminate, indiscriminately, random, randomly, pot luck, hit (and/or) miss, odd, by a fluke, by luck, by a stroke of (good) luck

    Ex: Observations were made at random by uninvolved observers.

    Ex: If, by chance, the newly entered item is identical to one already in the file, DOBIS/LIBIS ignores the new entry.
    Ex: Although university education in modern India dates back to 1856, libraries developed haphazardly and were more embellishments than an integral part of the academic programme.
    Ex: Nonetheless, the indiscriminate use of both terms in a data base creates a situation in which the serious scholar is either deprived of access to half of the material in the collection, or must consult two sequences.
    Ex: Furthermore, the value of citation bibliometry is currently being undermined by the formation of 'citation clubs', which aim to indiscriminately achieve maximum cross-citing between 'club members'.
    Ex: Where the subcategory is small the subsequent arrangement is random.
    Ex: The reason for this is that the qualifier, Public Libraries, is randomly distributed depending on whether other facets are cited in between.
    Ex: In addition to the 'pot luck' method which some indexers seem to favour, we now have the use of PRECIS to serve as the indexing method in BNB.
    Ex: Funds are low, so libraries could benefit from interlibrary loan schemes, although without a national union catalogue, efforts to serve readers are hit and miss = Los fondos son escasos, por lo que las bibliotecas se podrían beneficiar del préstamo interbibliotecario, aunque, sin un catálogo colectivo nacional, los esfuerzos para atender a los usuarios son una lotería.
    Ex: For example, review articles are expected to be supported by extensive bibliographies, whilst it is unusual for a letter to carry more than the odd citation.
    Ex: The study revealed that most of the deformities are caused by a fluke.
    Ex: Machiavelli insisted that the Prince be aware that he was Prince mostly by luck and his job was to never admit it.
    Ex: The stream suddenly swept him away, and it was only by a stroke of luck that they found him.

    Spanish-English dictionary > al azar

  • 2 de casualidad

    = by accident, by a fluke, by chance, accidentally, by a stroke of (good) luck, by luck
    Ex. Discoveries are sometimes made by accident; they are never made by the dismayed or disheartened = A veces los descubrimientos se hacen por casualidad y nunca por los abatidos o los desmotivados.
    Ex. The study revealed that most of the deformities are caused by a fluke.
    Ex. If, by chance, the newly entered item is identical to one already in the file, DOBIS/LIBIS ignores the new entry.
    Ex. As has been suggested elsewhere in this book, it is axiomatic that regular backup copies of data disks be taken, in order to ensure that data are not accidentally lost.
    Ex. The stream suddenly swept him away, and it was only by a stroke of luck that they found him.
    Ex. Machiavelli insisted that the Prince be aware that he was Prince mostly by luck and his job was to never admit it.
    * * *
    = by accident, by a fluke, by chance, accidentally, by a stroke of (good) luck, by luck

    Ex: Discoveries are sometimes made by accident; they are never made by the dismayed or disheartened = A veces los descubrimientos se hacen por casualidad y nunca por los abatidos o los desmotivados.

    Ex: The study revealed that most of the deformities are caused by a fluke.
    Ex: If, by chance, the newly entered item is identical to one already in the file, DOBIS/LIBIS ignores the new entry.
    Ex: As has been suggested elsewhere in this book, it is axiomatic that regular backup copies of data disks be taken, in order to ensure that data are not accidentally lost.
    Ex: The stream suddenly swept him away, and it was only by a stroke of luck that they found him.
    Ex: Machiavelli insisted that the Prince be aware that he was Prince mostly by luck and his job was to never admit it.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de casualidad

  • 3 de chiripa

    = by a fluke, by a stroke of (good) luck, by chance, by luck
    Ex. The study revealed that most of the deformities are caused by a fluke.
    Ex. The stream suddenly swept him away, and it was only by a stroke of luck that they found him.
    Ex. If, by chance, the newly entered item is identical to one already in the file, DOBIS/LIBIS ignores the new entry.
    Ex. Machiavelli insisted that the Prince be aware that he was Prince mostly by luck and his job was to never admit it.
    * * *
    = by a fluke, by a stroke of (good) luck, by chance, by luck

    Ex: The study revealed that most of the deformities are caused by a fluke.

    Ex: The stream suddenly swept him away, and it was only by a stroke of luck that they found him.
    Ex: If, by chance, the newly entered item is identical to one already in the file, DOBIS/LIBIS ignores the new entry.
    Ex: Machiavelli insisted that the Prince be aware that he was Prince mostly by luck and his job was to never admit it.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de chiripa

  • 4 de suerte

    = by a fluke, by a stroke of (good) luck, by chance, by luck
    Ex. The study revealed that most of the deformities are caused by a fluke.
    Ex. The stream suddenly swept him away, and it was only by a stroke of luck that they found him.
    Ex. If, by chance, the newly entered item is identical to one already in the file, DOBIS/LIBIS ignores the new entry.
    Ex. Machiavelli insisted that the Prince be aware that he was Prince mostly by luck and his job was to never admit it.
    * * *
    = by a fluke, by a stroke of (good) luck, by chance, by luck

    Ex: The study revealed that most of the deformities are caused by a fluke.

    Ex: The stream suddenly swept him away, and it was only by a stroke of luck that they found him.
    Ex: If, by chance, the newly entered item is identical to one already in the file, DOBIS/LIBIS ignores the new entry.
    Ex: Machiavelli insisted that the Prince be aware that he was Prince mostly by luck and his job was to never admit it.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de suerte

  • 5 defecto congénito

    m.
    congenital defect, birth defect, malformation present since birth, malformation existing since birth.
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    (n.) = congenital defect, congenital abnormality, birth defect
    Ex. In this tutorial, you will use the thesaurus in a search for information about the diagnosis and treatment of spina bifida, a congenital defect.
    Ex. The programme has recently included the following topics: congenital abnormalities, cellular aging, tissue oxygenation, thromboses, hearing problems, perinatal care and electrocardiography.
    Ex. DEFORMITIES-GENETIC ASPECTS is an aspect of birth defects, and that has not yet become a standard LC heading.
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    (n.) = congenital defect, congenital abnormality, birth defect

    Ex: In this tutorial, you will use the thesaurus in a search for information about the diagnosis and treatment of spina bifida, a congenital defect.

    Ex: The programme has recently included the following topics: congenital abnormalities, cellular aging, tissue oxygenation, thromboses, hearing problems, perinatal care and electrocardiography.
    Ex: DEFORMITIES-GENETIC ASPECTS is an aspect of birth defects, and that has not yet become a standard LC heading.

    Spanish-English dictionary > defecto congénito

  • 6 defecto de nacimiento

    (n.) = birth defect
    Ex. DEFORMITIES-GENETIC ASPECTS is an aspect of birth defects, and that has not yet become a standard LC heading.
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    Ex: DEFORMITIES-GENETIC ASPECTS is an aspect of birth defects, and that has not yet become a standard LC heading.

    Spanish-English dictionary > defecto de nacimiento

  • 7 defecto genético

    m.
    genetic defect.
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    (n.) = gene defect, birth defect
    Ex. Only two single gene defects are associated with gallstones.
    Ex. DEFORMITIES-GENETIC ASPECTS is an aspect of birth defects, and that has not yet become a standard LC heading.
    * * *
    (n.) = gene defect, birth defect

    Ex: Only two single gene defects are associated with gallstones.

    Ex: DEFORMITIES-GENETIC ASPECTS is an aspect of birth defects, and that has not yet become a standard LC heading.

    Spanish-English dictionary > defecto genético

  • 8 defecto hereditario

    m.
    birth defect.
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    (n.) = birth defect
    Ex. DEFORMITIES-GENETIC ASPECTS is an aspect of birth defects, and that has not yet become a standard LC heading.
    * * *

    Ex: DEFORMITIES-GENETIC ASPECTS is an aspect of birth defects, and that has not yet become a standard LC heading.

    Spanish-English dictionary > defecto hereditario

  • 9 deformidad

    f.
    deformity.
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    1 deformity, malformation
    2 figurado fault, shortcoming
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    SF
    1) (=forma anormal) deformity, malformation
    2) (=defecto moral) shortcoming
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    femenino deformity
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    Ex. DEFORMITIES-GENETIC ASPECTS is an aspect of birth defects, and that has not yet become a standard LC heading.
    * * *
    femenino deformity
    * * *

    Ex: DEFORMITIES-GENETIC ASPECTS is an aspect of birth defects, and that has not yet become a standard LC heading.

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    deformity
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    deformity
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    f deformity
    * * *
    : deformity

    Spanish-English dictionary > deformidad

  • 10 genético

    adj.
    genetic.
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    1 genetic
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    (f. - genética)
    adj.
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    genético, -a
    1.
    2.
    SM / F geneticist
    genética
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    - ca adjetivo genetic
    * * *
    Ex. DEFORMITIES- GENETIC ASPECTS is an aspect of birth defects, and that has not yet become a standard LC heading.
    ----
    * código genético = genetic code.
    * defecto genético = gene defect, birth defect.
    * enfermedad genética = genetic disease.
    * especialista en genética = geneticist.
    * genética molecular = molecular genetics.
    * ingeniería genética = genetic engineering.
    * investigación genética = genetic research.
    * manipulación genética = genetic manipulation.
    * material genético = genetic material.
    * perfil genético = genetic pattern.
    * tecnología genética = gene technology, genetic technology.
    * * *
    - ca adjetivo genetic
    * * *

    Ex: DEFORMITIES- GENETIC ASPECTS is an aspect of birth defects, and that has not yet become a standard LC heading.

    * código genético = genetic code.
    * defecto genético = gene defect, birth defect.
    * enfermedad genética = genetic disease.
    * especialista en genética = geneticist.
    * genética molecular = molecular genetics.
    * ingeniería genética = genetic engineering.
    * investigación genética = genetic research.
    * manipulación genética = genetic manipulation.
    * material genético = genetic material.
    * perfil genético = genetic pattern.
    * tecnología genética = gene technology, genetic technology.

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    genetic
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    genético
    ◊ -ca adjetivo

    genetic
    genético,-a adjetivo genetic
    información genética, genetic information

    ' genético' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    genética
    English:
    genetic
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    genético, -a adj
    genetic
    * * *
    adj genetic
    * * *
    genético, -ca adj
    : genetic

    Spanish-English dictionary > genético

  • 11 por casualidad

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    = by chance, coincidentally, fortuitously, by accident, by happenstance, happen to + Infinitivo, chance to + Infinitivo, accidentally, by a fluke, by luck, by a stroke of (good) luck
    Ex. If, by chance, the newly entered item is identical to one already in the file, DOBIS/LIBIS ignores the new entry.
    Ex. Ironically, the latter proved to be the most vulnerable and acutely criticized of Panizzi's rules, as, coincidentally, are the corresponding AACR rules.
    Ex. On one of them, fortuitously, there was a note entered by the cataloger which said, 'Usually published under the title American Scholar'.
    Ex. Discoveries are sometimes made by accident; they are never made by the dismayed or disheartened = A veces los descubrimientos se hacen por casualidad y nunca por los abatidos o los desmotivados.
    Ex. To date, the replacement of old technologies by new technologies has occurred largely by happenstance.
    Ex. So far we have only provided for the user who happens to consult the A/Z subject index under the term 'Conservative'.
    Ex. During a trip to Italy, he chanced to see a production of Cavalleria.
    Ex. As has been suggested elsewhere in this book, it is axiomatic that regular backup copies of data disks be taken, in order to ensure that data are not accidentally lost.
    Ex. The study revealed that most of the deformities are caused by a fluke.
    Ex. Machiavelli insisted that the Prince be aware that he was Prince mostly by luck and his job was to never admit it.
    Ex. The stream suddenly swept him away, and it was only by a stroke of luck that they found him.
    * * *
    = by chance, coincidentally, fortuitously, by accident, by happenstance, happen to + Infinitivo, chance to + Infinitivo, accidentally, by a fluke, by luck, by a stroke of (good) luck

    Ex: If, by chance, the newly entered item is identical to one already in the file, DOBIS/LIBIS ignores the new entry.

    Ex: Ironically, the latter proved to be the most vulnerable and acutely criticized of Panizzi's rules, as, coincidentally, are the corresponding AACR rules.
    Ex: On one of them, fortuitously, there was a note entered by the cataloger which said, 'Usually published under the title American Scholar'.
    Ex: Discoveries are sometimes made by accident; they are never made by the dismayed or disheartened = A veces los descubrimientos se hacen por casualidad y nunca por los abatidos o los desmotivados.
    Ex: To date, the replacement of old technologies by new technologies has occurred largely by happenstance.
    Ex: So far we have only provided for the user who happens to consult the A/Z subject index under the term 'Conservative'.
    Ex: During a trip to Italy, he chanced to see a production of Cavalleria.
    Ex: As has been suggested elsewhere in this book, it is axiomatic that regular backup copies of data disks be taken, in order to ensure that data are not accidentally lost.
    Ex: The study revealed that most of the deformities are caused by a fluke.
    Ex: Machiavelli insisted that the Prince be aware that he was Prince mostly by luck and his job was to never admit it.
    Ex: The stream suddenly swept him away, and it was only by a stroke of luck that they found him.

    Spanish-English dictionary > por casualidad

  • 12 por chiripa

    = by chance, by a fluke, by luck, by a stroke of (good) luck
    Ex. If, by chance, the newly entered item is identical to one already in the file, DOBIS/LIBIS ignores the new entry.
    Ex. The study revealed that most of the deformities are caused by a fluke.
    Ex. Machiavelli insisted that the Prince be aware that he was Prince mostly by luck and his job was to never admit it.
    Ex. The stream suddenly swept him away, and it was only by a stroke of luck that they found him.
    * * *
    = by chance, by a fluke, by luck, by a stroke of (good) luck

    Ex: If, by chance, the newly entered item is identical to one already in the file, DOBIS/LIBIS ignores the new entry.

    Ex: The study revealed that most of the deformities are caused by a fluke.
    Ex: Machiavelli insisted that the Prince be aware that he was Prince mostly by luck and his job was to never admit it.
    Ex: The stream suddenly swept him away, and it was only by a stroke of luck that they found him.

    Spanish-English dictionary > por chiripa

  • 13 ortosis

    f. s.&pl.
    orthosis, device for the correction of deformities in the feet, orthotic device, orthotic.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ortosis

  • 14 ortótica

    adj.&f.
    feminine of ORTÓTICO.
    f.
    orthotics, medical field related to the application of orthoses, medical field related to the creation of devices for the correction of deformities in the feet.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ortótica

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