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I have my reasons

  • 1 tener motivo para creer que

    • have ready cash
    • have reasons to

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > tener motivo para creer que

  • 2 buena suerte

    intj.
    good luck, thumbs up, fingers crossed.
    f.
    good luck, luck, luckiness, lucky dice.
    * * *
    (n.) = good luck!, good fortune, good luck
    Ex. Good luck and don't hesitate to ask me or anyone on the management team for advice or assistance!.
    Ex. There is an element of good fortune involved in being in the right place at the right time and it is essential to take the best advantage of whatever opportunities arise.
    Ex. Spiders have always meant good luck to professional weavers and spinners for obvious reasons.
    * * *
    (n.) = good luck!, good fortune, good luck

    Ex: Good luck and don't hesitate to ask me or anyone on the management team for advice or assistance!.

    Ex: There is an element of good fortune involved in being in the right place at the right time and it is essential to take the best advantage of whatever opportunities arise.
    Ex: Spiders have always meant good luck to professional weavers and spinners for obvious reasons.

    Spanish-English dictionary > buena suerte

  • 3 realizar un estudio evaluativo

    (v.) = conduct + review
    Ex. Many institutions have conducted reviews of library services, both for administrative and financial reasons.
    * * *
    (v.) = conduct + review

    Ex: Many institutions have conducted reviews of library services, both for administrative and financial reasons.

    Spanish-English dictionary > realizar un estudio evaluativo

См. также в других словарях:

  • have your reasons — informal phrase to have a personal reason for doing something that you are not going to discuss with anyone I suppose she has her reasons for not joining us. Thesaurus: reasons and excusessynonym Main entry: reason …   Useful english dictionary

  • have your reasons — informal to have a personal reason for doing something that you are not going to discuss with anyone I suppose she has her reasons for not joining us …   English dictionary

  • have an axe to grind — phrase to have an opinion or aim that influences your decisions and that you want other people to accept or consider an angry young man with an axe to grind Thesaurus: to have an opinion or opinionssynonym Main entry: axe * * * ˌhave an ˈaxe to… …   Useful english dictionary

  • have an axe to grind —    If you have an axe to grind, you have personal reasons for becoming involved in something or adopting a particular attitude.     It was decided that the best candidate would be selected by a recruitment agency who had no axe to grind within… …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • Reasons to Stay Indoors — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Reasons To Stay Indoors Álbum de Savoy Publicación 8 de octubre de 2001 Género(s) Pop …   Wikipedia Español

  • have issues — To have unresolved points of conflict or grievance • • • Main Entry: ↑issue * * * have issues informal 1 : to have problems that make you unhappy and difficult to deal with He seemed nice enough at first, but it turns out he has (a lot of) issues …   Useful english dictionary

  • have something to say for yourself — have something/a lot/nothing/etc to say for yourself phrase to be fairly/​very/​not at all keen to talk, especially about yourself and your reasons for doing something He didn’t have a lot to say for himself. She’s always got far too much to say… …   Useful english dictionary

  • have nothing to say for yourself — have something/a lot/nothing/etc to say for yourself phrase to be fairly/​very/​not at all keen to talk, especially about yourself and your reasons for doing something He didn’t have a lot to say for himself. She’s always got far too much to say… …   Useful english dictionary

  • have your doubts (about) — phrase to have reasons why you do not feel certain about someone or something He might be telling the truth, but I have my doubts. Thesaurus: to be uncertainsynonym Main entry: doubt …   Useful english dictionary

  • have your doubts (about something) — have your ˈdoubts (about sth) idiom to have reasons why you are not certain about whether sth is good or whether sth good will happen • I ve had my doubts about his work since he joined the firm. • It may be all right. Personally, I have my… …   Useful english dictionary

  • have a lot to say for yourself — have something/a lot/nothing/etc to say for yourself phrase to be fairly/​very/​not at all keen to talk, especially about yourself and your reasons for doing something He didn’t have a lot to say for himself. She’s always got far too much to say… …   Useful english dictionary

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