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  • 1 desde hace mucho tiempo

    for a long time
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    = for ages, long-time [longtime], far back in time, for a long time, long since, in ages (and ages and ages)
    Ex. We'll be able to purchase equipment we've been wanting for ages: an electronic offset printer; collators and folding machines and other graphic production-related paraphernalia.
    Ex. The late James Bennet Childs, one-time head of Descriptive Cataloging at LC and long-time documents specialist, has often pointed out how the quality of documents cataloging went downhill after the special cataloging unit was abolished.
    Ex. Heavy metals can be traced far back in time in these shipping canals and are mainly responsible for the existing contamination.
    Ex. I have been reading his post for a long time and I have been biting my fingers to keep from basting him.
    Ex. Some of these sites were once large private estates long since transformed in to public parks and wildlife preserves = Algunos de estos lugares fueron grandes propiedades privadas que desde hace tiempo pasaron a ser parques públicos y reservas naturales.
    Ex. I don't have a set of bathroom scales in my flat and so I haven't had a chance to weigh myself in ages and ages.
    * * *
    = for ages, long-time [longtime], far back in time, for a long time, long since, in ages (and ages and ages)

    Ex: We'll be able to purchase equipment we've been wanting for ages: an electronic offset printer; collators and folding machines and other graphic production-related paraphernalia.

    Ex: The late James Bennet Childs, one-time head of Descriptive Cataloging at LC and long-time documents specialist, has often pointed out how the quality of documents cataloging went downhill after the special cataloging unit was abolished.
    Ex: Heavy metals can be traced far back in time in these shipping canals and are mainly responsible for the existing contamination.
    Ex: I have been reading his post for a long time and I have been biting my fingers to keep from basting him.
    Ex: Some of these sites were once large private estates long since transformed in to public parks and wildlife preserves = Algunos de estos lugares fueron grandes propiedades privadas que desde hace tiempo pasaron a ser parques públicos y reservas naturales.
    Ex: I don't have a set of bathroom scales in my flat and so I haven't had a chance to weigh myself in ages and ages.

    Spanish-English dictionary > desde hace mucho tiempo

  • 2 mucho tiempo después

    Ex. Less often, the poem ending is interpreted as meaning that we can only determine the value of the choice ' ages and ages hence'.
    * * *
    mucho tiempo después (de que)

    Ex: Many libraries are reluctant to reclassify stock and many libraries leave stock classified according to earlier editions long after the earlier edition has been superseded.

    Ex: Less often, the poem ending is interpreted as meaning that we can only determine the value of the choice ' ages and ages hence'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mucho tiempo después

  • 3 desde hace tiempo / desde hace mucho tiempo

    desde hace tiempo / desde hace mucho tiempo
    for a long time

    Spanish-English dictionary > desde hace tiempo / desde hace mucho tiempo

  • 4 mucho tiempo antes de

    mucho tiempo antes de (que)

    Ex: It has thus contributed to the cause of 'universal bibliographic control' long before this phrase came into vogue.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mucho tiempo antes de

  • 5 durar mucho tiempo

    (v.) = last + long
    Ex. Regardless of their physical characteristics, individual books in a circulating comics collection are not expected to last long = Independientemente de sus características físicas, no es normal que los ejemplares de una colección de préstamo de tebeos duren mucho.
    * * *
    (v.) = last + long

    Ex: Regardless of their physical characteristics, individual books in a circulating comics collection are not expected to last long = Independientemente de sus características físicas, no es normal que los ejemplares de una colección de préstamo de tebeos duren mucho.

    Spanish-English dictionary > durar mucho tiempo

  • 6 hace mucho tiempo

    = long since, all those many moons ago, many moons ago
    Ex. Some of these sites were once large private estates long since transformed in to public parks and wildlife preserves = Algunos de estos lugares fueron grandes propiedades privadas que desde hace tiempo pasaron a ser parques públicos y reservas naturales.
    Ex. Things were different back then, all those many moons ago.
    Ex. Many, many moons ago, they took up the tomahawk in tribal wars and many of their warriors were killed and their encampments destroyed.
    * * *
    = long since, all those many moons ago, many moons ago

    Ex: Some of these sites were once large private estates long since transformed in to public parks and wildlife preserves = Algunos de estos lugares fueron grandes propiedades privadas que desde hace tiempo pasaron a ser parques públicos y reservas naturales.

    Ex: Things were different back then, all those many moons ago.
    Ex: Many, many moons ago, they took up the tomahawk in tribal wars and many of their warriors were killed and their encampments destroyed.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hace mucho tiempo

  • 7 apreciado desde hace mucho tiempo

    Ex. New technologies are making long-cherished concepts held by all information handlers -- librarians, archivists, record managers -- seem mere provincialisms rather than sacred theory or immutable principles.
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    Ex: New technologies are making long-cherished concepts held by all information handlers -- librarians, archivists, record managers -- seem mere provincialisms rather than sacred theory or immutable principles.

    Spanish-English dictionary > apreciado desde hace mucho tiempo

  • 8 considerado desde hace mucho tiempo

    Ex. Rocket scientists, long considered the gold standard in intelligence among all professionals, are not nearly as smart as originally thought.
    * * *

    Ex: Rocket scientists, long considered the gold standard in intelligence among all professionals, are not nearly as smart as originally thought.

    Spanish-English dictionary > considerado desde hace mucho tiempo

  • 9 de hace mucho tiempo

    = age-old, long-lost
    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. It is undeniable that the ripest crop of unrecognised great inventors, long-lost heirs to dormant peerages, and assorted harmless drudges is to be gathered in the great general libraries of our major cities.
    * * *
    = age-old, long-lost

    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: It is undeniable that the ripest crop of unrecognised great inventors, long-lost heirs to dormant peerages, and assorted harmless drudges is to be gathered in the great general libraries of our major cities.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de hace mucho tiempo

  • 10 durante mucho tiempo

    = long [longer -comp., longest -sup.], for generations, long-time [longtime], for a long time to come, for long periods of time, for a long period of time, lastingly, for a very long time, for a very long time, for many long hours, for a long time, in ages (and ages and ages)
    Ex. Libraries have long recognised the benefits of co-operating in catalogue production.
    Ex. To their shame, public libraries did not invent such services despite their claim for generations to be 'a community information centre'.
    Ex. The late James Bennet Childs, one-time head of Descriptive Cataloging at LC and long-time documents specialist, has often pointed out how the quality of documents cataloging went downhill after the special cataloging unit was abolished.
    Ex. So we definitely intend to continue to produce catalog type card records for a long time to come, for as long as they're needed and it's a significant need.
    Ex. Government agencies are increasingly turning to document imaging to manage their large volumes of information that must be retained for long periods of time.
    Ex. High quality work is cited for a long period of time.
    Ex. These men critically and lastingly influenced the growth of the library.
    Ex. British exporters have been up against tariff and non-tariff barriers all over the world for a very long time.
    Ex. British exporters have been up against tariff and non-tariff barriers all over the world for a very long time.
    Ex. They work terribly, terribly, hard, for many long hours.
    Ex. I have been reading his post for a long time and I have been biting my fingers to keep from basting him.
    Ex. I don't have a set of bathroom scales in my flat and so I haven't had a chance to weigh myself in ages and ages.
    * * *
    = long [longer -comp., longest -sup.], for generations, long-time [longtime], for a long time to come, for long periods of time, for a long period of time, lastingly, for a very long time, for a very long time, for many long hours, for a long time, in ages (and ages and ages)

    Ex: Libraries have long recognised the benefits of co-operating in catalogue production.

    Ex: To their shame, public libraries did not invent such services despite their claim for generations to be 'a community information centre'.
    Ex: The late James Bennet Childs, one-time head of Descriptive Cataloging at LC and long-time documents specialist, has often pointed out how the quality of documents cataloging went downhill after the special cataloging unit was abolished.
    Ex: So we definitely intend to continue to produce catalog type card records for a long time to come, for as long as they're needed and it's a significant need.
    Ex: Government agencies are increasingly turning to document imaging to manage their large volumes of information that must be retained for long periods of time.
    Ex: High quality work is cited for a long period of time.
    Ex: These men critically and lastingly influenced the growth of the library.
    Ex: British exporters have been up against tariff and non-tariff barriers all over the world for a very long time.
    Ex: British exporters have been up against tariff and non-tariff barriers all over the world for a very long time.
    Ex: They work terribly, terribly, hard, for many long hours.
    Ex: I have been reading his post for a long time and I have been biting my fingers to keep from basting him.
    Ex: I don't have a set of bathroom scales in my flat and so I haven't had a chance to weigh myself in ages and ages.

    Spanish-English dictionary > durante mucho tiempo

  • 11 fue durante mucho tiempo

    Ex. In the Mediterranean the galley propelled by oars long remained the principal type of war vessel.
    * * *

    Ex: In the Mediterranean the galley propelled by oars long remained the principal type of war vessel.

    Spanish-English dictionary > fue durante mucho tiempo

  • 12 hace ya mucho tiempo que

    Ex. Gone are the days of rock and roll music and jiving all night in the local dance hall.
    * * *

    Ex: Gone are the days of rock and roll music and jiving all night in the local dance hall.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hace ya mucho tiempo que

  • 13 hacer mucho tiempo que Algo ha desaparecido

    Ex. Publishers should recognize that market conditions that drove this cycle are long gone and adjust to the realities of the 1990s.
    * * *

    Ex: Publishers should recognize that market conditions that drove this cycle are long gone and adjust to the realities of the 1990s.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacer mucho tiempo que Algo ha desaparecido

  • 14 mucho tiempo

    adv.
    long time, long, a week of Sundays.
    m.
    a long time, donkey's years.
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    * * *
    = long time, long periods of time, a very long time, long hours, ample time, for a long time
    Ex. It will be a long time before all documents are available in machine-readable form.
    Ex. The model of the information process is made up of 5 stages which happen one after the other, but which may be separated by long periods of time.
    Ex. The life of a block depended on how often and how hard it was used, but if proper care was taken it could last a very long time.
    Ex. Long hours of opening are facilitated by the use of part-time student staff.
    Ex. The format of each workshop is to be determined by the organizers, but it is expected that they contain ample time for general discussion.
    Ex. I have been reading his post for a long time and I have been biting my fingers to keep from basting him.
    * * *
    = long time, long periods of time, a very long time, long hours, ample time, for a long time

    Ex: It will be a long time before all documents are available in machine-readable form.

    Ex: The model of the information process is made up of 5 stages which happen one after the other, but which may be separated by long periods of time.
    Ex: The life of a block depended on how often and how hard it was used, but if proper care was taken it could last a very long time.
    Ex: Long hours of opening are facilitated by the use of part-time student staff.
    Ex: The format of each workshop is to be determined by the organizers, but it is expected that they contain ample time for general discussion.
    Ex: I have been reading his post for a long time and I have been biting my fingers to keep from basting him.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mucho tiempo

  • 15 mucho tiempo antes de (que)

    Ex. It has thus contributed to the cause of 'universal bibliographic control' long before this phrase came into vogue.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mucho tiempo antes de (que)

  • 16 mucho tiempo después (de que)

    Ex. Many libraries are reluctant to reclassify stock and many libraries leave stock classified according to earlier editions long after the earlier edition has been superseded.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mucho tiempo después (de que)

  • 17 no hace mucho tiempo

    Ex. Not so long ago, books in British Libraries were always issued by a Library Assistant wielding a rubber date stamp and storing cards in trays.
    * * *

    Ex: Not so long ago, books in British Libraries were always issued by a Library Assistant wielding a rubber date stamp and storing cards in trays.

    Spanish-English dictionary > no hace mucho tiempo

  • 18 no pasar mucho tiempo antes de que + Subjuntivo

    (v.) = be not long before + Indicativo
    Ex. The noting of similarities and differences becomes almost automatic so that there is instantaneous recognition, and it is not long before the child identifies a Pekinese as a dog and an Alsatian as a dog.
    * * *
    (v.) = be not long before + Indicativo

    Ex: The noting of similarities and differences becomes almost automatic so that there is instantaneous recognition, and it is not long before the child identifies a Pekinese as a dog and an Alsatian as a dog.

    Spanish-English dictionary > no pasar mucho tiempo antes de que + Subjuntivo

  • 19 pasar mucho tiempo antes de que

    Ex. It will be a long time before all documents are available in machine-readable form.
    * * *

    Ex: It will be a long time before all documents are available in machine-readable form.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasar mucho tiempo antes de que

  • 20 por mucho tiempo

    = for long, for long periods of time
    Ex. An ugly voice, one that is monotonous or grating, weak in power, incomprehensible or strained, is never likely to receive and retain anyone's attention for long.
    Ex. Government agencies are increasingly turning to document imaging to manage their large volumes of information that must be retained for long periods of time.
    * * *
    = for long, for long periods of time

    Ex: An ugly voice, one that is monotonous or grating, weak in power, incomprehensible or strained, is never likely to receive and retain anyone's attention for long.

    Ex: Government agencies are increasingly turning to document imaging to manage their large volumes of information that must be retained for long periods of time.

    Spanish-English dictionary > por mucho tiempo

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