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Oliver Howard

  • 1 Howard

    • Howard

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  • 2 Catalina Howard

    m.
    Catherine Howard.

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  • 3 Howard

    m.
    1 Howard, Catherine Howard.
    2 Howard, Leslie Howard Stainer.

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  • 4 Howard Florey

    m.
    Howard Florey, Sir Howard Walter Florey.

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  • 5 Howard Hughes

    m.
    Howard Hughes, Howard Robard Hughes.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Howard Hughes

  • 6 King Oliver

    m.
    King Oliver, Joseph Oliver.

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  • 7 Leslie Howard

    m.
    Leslie Howard, Leslie Howard Stainer.

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  • 8 Oliver

    m.
    1 Oliver, Joseph Oliver.
    2 Oliver.

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  • 9 Universidad Howard

    f.
    Howard University.

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  • 10 Oliver

    Oliver

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  • 11 Holmes

    m.
    1 Holmes, Arthur Holmes.
    2 Holmes, Oliver Wendell Holmes.
    3 Holmes, Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr..
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    * todo lo relativo al personaje novelesco Holmes = Holmesiana.
    * * *
    * todo lo relativo al personaje novelesco Holmes = Holmesiana.

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  • 12 achicarse

    pron.v.
    1 to get smaller; to shrink.
    2 (fig.) To humble, to eat humble pie.
    3 to do oneself down, to belittle oneself (rebajarse). (Latin American)
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    1 (amenguarse) to get smaller
    2 (amilanarse) to lose heart
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    VPR
    1) (=empequeñecerse) to get smaller; [ropa] to shrink
    2) esp LAm (=rebajarse) to be intimidated, belittle o.s.
    * * *
    (v.) = wimp, wimp out (on), chicken out (on/of)
    Ex. He regards David Jull's unwillingness to take up such a proposal as an early indication that John Howard and his colleagues are wimping.
    Ex. The main reason he wimped out was that he had a cheap bike that didn't gear properly, and made it extremely hard to bike efficiently.
    Ex. So basically they are chickening out of the debate.
    * * *
    (v.) = wimp, wimp out (on), chicken out (on/of)

    Ex: He regards David Jull's unwillingness to take up such a proposal as an early indication that John Howard and his colleagues are wimping.

    Ex: The main reason he wimped out was that he had a cheap bike that didn't gear properly, and made it extremely hard to bike efficiently.
    Ex: So basically they are chickening out of the debate.

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    ■achicarse verbo reflexivo
    1 (apocarse) to lose heart
    2 (mermar) to get smaller
    ' achicarse' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    achicar
    English:
    chicken
    - shrink
    * * *
    vpr
    1. [empequeñecer] to grow smaller
    2. [acobardarse] to be intimidated
    * * *
    v/r get smaller; fig
    feel intimidated
    * * *
    vr
    : to become intimidated

    Spanish-English dictionary > achicarse

  • 13 acobardarse

    pron.v.
    to be frightened, to get frightened; to flinch, to shrink back.
    * * *
    1 to become frightened, lose one's nerve, shrink back ( ante, from)
    * * *
    VPR (=asustarse) to be intimidated, get frightened; (=echarse atrás) to flinch, shrink back ( ante from, at)
    * * *
    (v.) = wuss out, wimp out (on), wimp, chicken out (on/of), get + cold feet
    Ex. What's great about this time of year is that people wuss out and stop training during the Winter (less crowded at the pool, gym, etc.).
    Ex. The main reason he wimped out was that he had a cheap bike that didn't gear properly, and made it extremely hard to bike efficiently.
    Ex. He regards David Jull's unwillingness to take up such a proposal as an early indication that John Howard and his colleagues are wimping.
    Ex. So basically they are chickening out of the debate.
    Ex. The important thing is to be true to yourself, but should you get cold feet at the eleventh hour remember that there could be serious financial implications as well as emotional ones.
    * * *
    (v.) = wuss out, wimp out (on), wimp, chicken out (on/of), get + cold feet

    Ex: What's great about this time of year is that people wuss out and stop training during the Winter (less crowded at the pool, gym, etc.).

    Ex: The main reason he wimped out was that he had a cheap bike that didn't gear properly, and made it extremely hard to bike efficiently.
    Ex: He regards David Jull's unwillingness to take up such a proposal as an early indication that John Howard and his colleagues are wimping.
    Ex: So basically they are chickening out of the debate.
    Ex: The important thing is to be true to yourself, but should you get cold feet at the eleventh hour remember that there could be serious financial implications as well as emotional ones.

    * * *

    ■acobardarse verbo reflexivo
    1 (sentir temor) to become frightened
    2 (retraerse) to lose one's nerve o to shrink back [ante, from]
    ' acobardarse' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    rajarse
    - acobardar
    - encoger
    - rajar
    English:
    chicken out
    - quail
    - chicken
    * * *
    vpr
    to get frightened o scared;
    acobardarse ante un reto to shrink back from a challenge;
    no se acobarda ante nada nothing scares him
    * * *
    v/r get frightened, lose one’s nerve
    * * *
    vr
    : to be frightened, to cower
    * * *
    acobardarse vb to be frightened

    Spanish-English dictionary > acobardarse

  • 14 amedrentarse

    1 (asustarse) to be frightened, be scared; (acobardarse) to become intimidated
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    VPR to be scared, be intimidated
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    (v.) = wimp out (on), wimp, chicken out (on/of), scare + Reflexivo
    Ex. The main reason he wimped out was that he had a cheap bike that didn't gear properly, and made it extremely hard to bike efficiently.
    Ex. He regards David Jull's unwillingness to take up such a proposal as an early indication that John Howard and his colleagues are wimping.
    Ex. So basically they are chickening out of the debate.
    Ex. A child with a vivid imagination can really scare herself with frightening images.
    * * *
    (v.) = wimp out (on), wimp, chicken out (on/of), scare + Reflexivo

    Ex: The main reason he wimped out was that he had a cheap bike that didn't gear properly, and made it extremely hard to bike efficiently.

    Ex: He regards David Jull's unwillingness to take up such a proposal as an early indication that John Howard and his colleagues are wimping.
    Ex: So basically they are chickening out of the debate.
    Ex: A child with a vivid imagination can really scare herself with frightening images.

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    ■amedrentarse verbo reflexivo to be intimidated, to be frightened
    * * *
    vpr
    to get scared o frightened
    * * *
    v/r be terrified, feel terrified
    * * *
    vr

    Spanish-English dictionary > amedrentarse

  • 15 ataúd

    m.
    casket, coffin, bier.
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    1 coffin
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    noun m.
    * * *
    SM coffin, casket (EEUU)
    * * *
    masculino coffin
    * * *
    = coffin, casket.
    Ex. Undoubtedly in Dickens's 'Oliver Twist' we are meant to feel the eerie terror of Oliver's first night spent with the coffins in the undertaker's workshop, where he is made to sleep.
    Ex. Today, pallbearers are commonly needed only to carry the casket into and out of church for the funeral ceremony.
    ----
    * portador del ataúd = pallbearer.
    * * *
    masculino coffin
    * * *
    = coffin, casket.

    Ex: Undoubtedly in Dickens's 'Oliver Twist' we are meant to feel the eerie terror of Oliver's first night spent with the coffins in the undertaker's workshop, where he is made to sleep.

    Ex: Today, pallbearers are commonly needed only to carry the casket into and out of church for the funeral ceremony.
    * portador del ataúd = pallbearer.

    * * *
    coffin
    * * *

    ataúd sustantivo masculino
    coffin
    ataúd sustantivo masculino coffin
    ' ataúd' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    túmulo
    - caja
    - cajón
    - urna
    English:
    casket
    - coffin
    * * *
    ataúd nm
    coffin
    * * *
    m coffin, casket
    * * *
    ataúd nm
    : coffin, casket
    * * *
    ataúd n coffin

    Spanish-English dictionary > ataúd

  • 16 beato

    adj.
    1 sanctimonious, goody-goody, bigot.
    2 blessed, devout, excessively pious.
    3 beatified, declared as saintly.
    m.
    1 devout person, blessed person, devout man, excessively pious person.
    2 bigot, prude, prudish man.
    3 Beato.
    * * *
    1 (beatificado) blessed
    2 (devoto) devout
    3 peyorativo sanctimonious
    4 (feliz) happy
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 (persona beatificada) beatified person
    * * *
    beato, -a
    1. ADJ
    1) (Rel) (=beatificado) blessed
    2) (=piadoso) devout, pious; (=santurrón) sanctimonious
    3) frm, hum (=feliz) happy
    2. SM / F
    1) (Rel) lay brother/sister
    2) (=devoto) devout man/woman
    3) pey (=hombre) holy Joe *; (=mujer) excessively pious woman, sanctimonious woman
    beata
    * * *
    I
    - ta adjetivo (Relig) blessed; ( piadoso) pious; ( santurrón) (pey) excessively devout
    II
    - ta masculino, femenino
    a) (Relig)
    b) ( piadoso) pious person; (pey) excessively devout person
    * * *
    = pious.
    Ex. This pious plantation owner wanted to teach Christianity to 12 of his slaves by inviting them to participate in a reenactment of the Last Supper.
    ----
    * excesivamente beato = over-pious.
    * * *
    I
    - ta adjetivo (Relig) blessed; ( piadoso) pious; ( santurrón) (pey) excessively devout
    II
    - ta masculino, femenino
    a) (Relig)
    b) ( piadoso) pious person; (pey) excessively devout person
    * * *

    Ex: This pious plantation owner wanted to teach Christianity to 12 of his slaves by inviting them to participate in a reenactment of the Last Supper.

    * excesivamente beato = over-pious.

    * * *
    beato1 -ta
    1 ( Relig) blessed
    2 (piadoso) devout, pious; (santurrón) ( pey) overpious, excessively devout
    beato2 -ta
    masculine, feminine
    1 ( Relig):
    beato Roque González the blessed Roque González
    2 (piadoso) pious o devout person; (santurrón) ( pey) overpious o excessively devout person
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    beato
    ◊ -ta adjetivo (Relig) blessed;


    ( piadoso) pious;
    ( santurrón) (pey) excessively devout
    beato,-a
    I adjetivo pey prudish, sanctimonious
    (piadoso) devout
    II sustantivo masculino y femenino
    1 pious person
    Rel beatified person
    Beato Oliver Plunkett, Blessed Oliver Plunkett
    2 pey prudish person
    ' beato' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    beata
    English:
    pious
    - sanctimonious
    * * *
    beato, -a
    adj
    1. [beatificado] blessed
    2. [piadoso] devout
    3. [santurrón] sanctimonious
    nm,f
    1. [beatificado] beatified person
    2. [piadoso] devout person
    3. [santurrón] sanctimonious person
    * * *
    I adj pious; desp
    over-pious
    II m, beata f pious person; desp
    Holy Joe fam
    * * *
    beato, -ta adj
    1) : blessed
    2) : pious, devout
    3) : sanctimonious, overly devout

    Spanish-English dictionary > beato

  • 17 caja mortuoria

    f.
    coffin, casket.
    * * *
    (n.) = casket, coffin
    Ex. Today, pallbearers are commonly needed only to carry the casket into and out of church for the funeral ceremony.
    Ex. Undoubtedly in Dickens's 'Oliver Twist' we are meant to feel the eerie terror of Oliver's first night spent with the coffins in the undertaker's workshop, where he is made to sleep.
    * * *
    (n.) = casket, coffin

    Ex: Today, pallbearers are commonly needed only to carry the casket into and out of church for the funeral ceremony.

    Ex: Undoubtedly in Dickens's 'Oliver Twist' we are meant to feel the eerie terror of Oliver's first night spent with the coffins in the undertaker's workshop, where he is made to sleep.

    Spanish-English dictionary > caja mortuoria

  • 18 campaña electoral

    f.
    election campaign, canvassing, electioneering, hustings.
    * * *
    election campaign
    * * *
    electoral o election campaign
    * * *
    (n.) = election campaign, election race
    Ex. This was originally intended as a set of speaking notes for candidates and others in the 1979 direct election campaign.
    Ex. Such discussions become circular and self-perpetuating, and self-congratulating, very quickly -- as the Howard Dean Campaign discovered, too late and fatally, during the current US Presidential election race.
    * * *
    electoral o election campaign
    * * *
    (n.) = election campaign, election race

    Ex: This was originally intended as a set of speaking notes for candidates and others in the 1979 direct election campaign.

    Ex: Such discussions become circular and self-perpetuating, and self-congratulating, very quickly -- as the Howard Dean Campaign discovered, too late and fatally, during the current US Presidential election race.

    * * *
    election campaign

    Spanish-English dictionary > campaña electoral

  • 19 cometer un disparate

    (v.) = make + a blunder, make + a bloomer, put + Posesivo + foot in it, put + Posesivo + foot in + Posesivo + mouth, stick + Posesivo + foot in it, drop + a clanger, drop + a bollock, blunder
    Ex. Since its independence 61 years ago our nation has erred, but this time they have made a blunder.
    Ex. He is well-known for making bloomers in public engagements.
    Ex. She somehow manages to put her foot in it and get laughed at every time, usually as a direct consequence of her unsureness of her own capabilities.
    Ex. She put her foot in her mouth when she asked a fat woman who was not pregnant when her baby was due.
    Ex. She's just always shooting her mouth off and sticking her foot in it.
    Ex. After dropping a clanger, you are left with a sense of shame and you just want to disappear and hide away.
    Ex. But we are all only human and I have recently ' dropped a bollock' as we English say.
    Ex. Michael Howard has blundered again, and again he has done so by trying to imitate Blair while lacking his finesse.
    * * *
    (v.) = make + a blunder, make + a bloomer, put + Posesivo + foot in it, put + Posesivo + foot in + Posesivo + mouth, stick + Posesivo + foot in it, drop + a clanger, drop + a bollock, blunder

    Ex: Since its independence 61 years ago our nation has erred, but this time they have made a blunder.

    Ex: He is well-known for making bloomers in public engagements.
    Ex: She somehow manages to put her foot in it and get laughed at every time, usually as a direct consequence of her unsureness of her own capabilities.
    Ex: She put her foot in her mouth when she asked a fat woman who was not pregnant when her baby was due.
    Ex: She's just always shooting her mouth off and sticking her foot in it.
    Ex: After dropping a clanger, you are left with a sense of shame and you just want to disappear and hide away.
    Ex: But we are all only human and I have recently ' dropped a bollock' as we English say.
    Ex: Michael Howard has blundered again, and again he has done so by trying to imitate Blair while lacking his finesse.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cometer un disparate

  • 20 cometer un error garrafal

    (v.) = commit + blunder, make + a bloomer, make + a blunder, drop + a clanger, drop + a bollock, blunder
    Ex. Library staff should be provided with the opportunity to see blunders which they occasionally commit as well as the laudable 'savoir faire' with which they dispatch some reference question.
    Ex. He is well-known for making bloomers in public engagements.
    Ex. Since its independence 61 years ago our nation has erred, but this time they have made a blunder.
    Ex. After dropping a clanger, you are left with a sense of shame and you just want to disappear and hide away.
    Ex. But we are all only human and I have recently ' dropped a bollock' as we English say.
    Ex. Michael Howard has blundered again, and again he has done so by trying to imitate Blair while lacking his finesse.
    * * *
    (v.) = commit + blunder, make + a bloomer, make + a blunder, drop + a clanger, drop + a bollock, blunder

    Ex: Library staff should be provided with the opportunity to see blunders which they occasionally commit as well as the laudable 'savoir faire' with which they dispatch some reference question.

    Ex: He is well-known for making bloomers in public engagements.
    Ex: Since its independence 61 years ago our nation has erred, but this time they have made a blunder.
    Ex: After dropping a clanger, you are left with a sense of shame and you just want to disappear and hide away.
    Ex: But we are all only human and I have recently ' dropped a bollock' as we English say.
    Ex: Michael Howard has blundered again, and again he has done so by trying to imitate Blair while lacking his finesse.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cometer un error garrafal

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