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I'm higher in rank

  • 1 rango

    m.
    1 standing (social).
    2 rank.
    de alto rango high-ranking
    3 status, station, social position, social standing.
    4 range, limits, amplitude of a quantity or phenomenon between clearly specified lower and higher limits, extent.
    5 degree, level.
    6 leapfrog.
    7 luxury.
    * * *
    1 rank
    \
    de alto rango / de mucho rango high-ranking
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    I
    SM
    1) (=categoría) rank; (=prestigio) standing, status

    de rango — of high standing, of some status

    de alto rango — of high standing, of some status

    2) LAm (=lujo) luxury; (=pompa) pomp, splendour, splendor (EEUU)
    II
    SM And = ranga
    * * *
    1)
    a) (Mil) rank
    b) (categoría, nivel) level
    2) (Chi) (lujo, pompa) luxury
    * * *
    = range, status, rank, rung.
    Ex. Overall, the library media specialists experienced stress in the mild to moderate range.
    Ex. AACR2 assigns this main entry status to the person who is chiefly responsible for the creation of the intellectual or artistic content of a work.
    Ex. However, Cutter suggested that we should ignore on economic grounds both upward links (from narrower to broader subjects) and collateral (sideways) links from one term to another of equal rank.
    Ex. In all types of libraries, programmes have been started, usually by keen librarians from the lower rungs of the profession.
    ----
    * búsqueda por rangos = range searching, ranged search.
    * de alto rango = high-ranking, highly placed.
    * de rango superior = senior, top-tier [top tier].
    * distribución por rangos = rank distribution.
    * rango académico = academic rank.
    * rango jerárquico = hierarchical rank.
    * * *
    1)
    a) (Mil) rank
    b) (categoría, nivel) level
    2) (Chi) (lujo, pompa) luxury
    * * *
    = range, status, rank, rung.

    Ex: Overall, the library media specialists experienced stress in the mild to moderate range.

    Ex: AACR2 assigns this main entry status to the person who is chiefly responsible for the creation of the intellectual or artistic content of a work.
    Ex: However, Cutter suggested that we should ignore on economic grounds both upward links (from narrower to broader subjects) and collateral (sideways) links from one term to another of equal rank.
    Ex: In all types of libraries, programmes have been started, usually by keen librarians from the lower rungs of the profession.
    * búsqueda por rangos = range searching, ranged search.
    * de alto rango = high-ranking, highly placed.
    * de rango superior = senior, top-tier [top tier].
    * distribución por rangos = rank distribution.
    * rango académico = academic rank.
    * rango jerárquico = hierarchical rank.

    * * *
    A
    1 ( Mil) (grado) rank
    2 (categoría, nivel) level
    B ( RPl) ( Jueg) leapfrog
    C ( Chi) (lujo, pompa) luxury
    vive con mucho rango she lives in great luxury o in the lap of luxury
    * * *

     

    rango sustantivo masculino
    1
    a) (Mil) rank

    b) (categoría, nivel) level

    2 (Chi) (lujo, pompa) luxury;
    ( de persona) high social status
    rango sustantivo masculino
    1 (militar, profesional) rank
    2 (social) status
    ' rango' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    inferior
    - superior
    - honor
    - jerarquía
    English:
    position
    - rank
    - senior
    - grade
    - high
    - involve
    - leapfrog
    * * *
    rango nm
    1. [social] standing
    2. [jerárquico] rank;
    de alto rango high-ranking
    3. Ling rank
    4. Andes, CAm, PRico [esplendor] pomp, splendour
    5. RP [juego] leapfrog
    * * *
    m rank;
    de alto rango high-ranking
    * * *
    rango nm
    1) : rank, status
    2) : high social standing
    3) : pomp, splendor
    * * *
    rango n rank

    Spanish-English dictionary > rango

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