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UBC (Universal Bibliographic Control)

  • 1 CBU (Control Bibliográfico Universal)

    Nota: Propuesta universal a cada servicio nacional de catalogación para que asuma la responsabilidad de hacerse con todas las nuevas publicaciones de ese país, catalogarlas y distribuir estos asientos bibliográficos a otros países.
    Ex. The Shared Cataloguing Program is an essential element in the move towards Universal Bibliographic Control (UBC).

    Spanish-English dictionary > CBU (Control Bibliográfico Universal)

  • 2 Control Bibliográfico Universal (UBC)

    Ex. The Shared Cataloguing Program is an essential element in the move towards Universal Bibliographic Control (UBC).

    Spanish-English dictionary > Control Bibliográfico Universal (UBC)

  • 3 Control Bibliográfico Universal

    Control Bibliográfico Universal (UBC)

    Ex: The Shared Cataloguing Program is an essential element in the move towards Universal Bibliographic Control (UBC).

    Spanish-English dictionary > Control Bibliográfico Universal

  • 4 control

    m.
    1 control (dominio).
    bajo control under control
    fuera de control out of control
    2 examination, inspection.
    todos los productos pasan un riguroso control all the products are rigorously inspected o examined
    (bajo) control médico (under) medical supervision
    control antidoping dope o drugs test
    control de calidad quality control
    control de existencias stock control
    3 checkpoint.
    control de pasaportes passport control
    4 test (exam).
    5 control (mando).
    el control del encendido/apagado the on/off switch
    control remoto remote control
    6 check, checking, test.
    7 control knob, control, command.
    8 restraint.
    * * *
    1 (gen) control
    3 (sitio) checkpoint
    \
    bajo el control de under the supervision of
    estar bajo control to be under control
    estar fuera de control to be out of control
    llevar el control to be in control
    perder el control to lose control
    control a distancia remote control
    control de calidad quality control
    control de natalidad birth control
    control de pasaportes passport control
    control de sí mismo self-control
    control policial roadblock
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=dominio, vigilancia) control

    perder el control — to lose control (of o.s.)

    control de o sobre sí mismo — self-control

    2) (=inspección) (Jur) inspection, check; (Com, Econ) audit, auditing
    3) (=puesto) (tb: control de carretera) roadblock; (tb: control de frontera) frontier checkpoint
    4) [de un aparato] control
    5) (=examen) (Educ) test
    6) (Med) test

    control antidopaje — drugs test, dope test

    control antidoping — drug test, dope test

    * * *
    1) ( dominio) control
    3) (en carretera, rally) checkpoint
    4)
    a) ( de aparato) control
    b) controles masculino plural (Rad)
    5)
    a) (Educ) test
    b) (Med) check-up
    * * *
    = check, control, grasp, hold, monitoring, regulation, supervision, toll, command, governance, mastery, checkpoint, grip, tracking, span of control, policing, tightening, rule, moderation, vetting.
    Ex. Checks on relationships that must be represented can be executed by examining each card in turn and seeking cards which show related terms.
    Ex. Control is exercised over which terms are used, but otherwise the terms are ordinary words.
    Ex. When an item is in its grasp, it snaps instantly to the next that is suggested by the association of thoughts, in accordance with some intricate web of trails carried by the cells of the brain.
    Ex. SLIS will, however, need to retain a firm hold on their traditional market whilst also meeting more specialised competition.
    Ex. Automatic monitoring of activity on the computer system (i.e., logging transactions) was regarded as a powerful technique for evaluating user system interaction.
    Ex. If administrative regulations, rules, etc., are from jurisdictions in which such regulations, etc., are promulgated by government agencies or agents, enter them under the heading for the agency or agent.
    Ex. The use of clear armoured glass walls gives excellent visual supervision in the Rare Book Room and in the Manuscript and Local History Reading Room.
    Ex. Books are primarily repositories of ideas and information, for this reason most of them are used and a panoply of tolls are necessary in order to locate specific items.
    Ex. Businesses are using all of the new communicating technological developments to increase their command over the information they need.
    Ex. Public libraries specifically face enormous problems of funding and governance.
    Ex. The library has proven to be an imperfect panacea, and the librarian has suffered a definite loss of mastery.
    Ex. The article 'The information highway: on ramps, checkpoints, speed bumps and tollbooths' offers a comprehensive snapshot of the current policy and practices regarding the dissemination of government information in electronic form.
    Ex. It is therefore often hard to escape the grip of the official phraseology for fear that, in doing so, the meaning of the material will be altered or lost.
    Ex. Tracking of personal information attached to electronic text supplied by publishers is a potential violator of user privacy.
    Ex. What is needed is for the director to broaden her span of control by eliminating the position of assistant director.
    Ex. The article has the title ' Policing fraud and deceit: the legal aspects of misconduct in scientific enquiry'.
    Ex. Previous policies allowed professional interaction but recent tightening has made that more difficult.
    Ex. The British in Malaya used education as a divisive factor to prolong their rule, while the Americans in the Philippines adopted a 'Philippines for the Filipinos' policy = Los británicos en Malaya usaron la educación como un factor divisorio para prolongar su dominio, mientras los americanos en las Filipinas adoptaron una política de "Las Filipinas para los filipinos".
    Ex. The ETEL system guarantees relevance of the information through moderation by a newspaper editor.
    Ex. Criminal record checks have been an accepted form of pre-employment vetting for those with access to children for some years.
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    * activar un mecanismo de control = set + control.
    * aumentar el control = tighten (up) + control.
    * bajo el control de = under the control of.
    * bola para el control del cursor en pantalla = trackball.
    * bolsa de control de préstamo = book pocket.
    * campaña de control de alcoholemia = drink-drive campaign, anti-drink-drive campaign.
    * campo de control = control field.
    * carácter de control = control character.
    * centro de control = locus of control, mission control.
    * circunstancias que están fuera de + Posesivo + control = circumstances beyond + Posesivo + control.
    * código de control = processing code, control code.
    * colección de control = test collection.
    * con control atmosférico = atmospherically-controlled.
    * conseguir el control = gain + control (over/of).
    * control al azar = spot check.
    * control antidopaje = drug testing.
    * control antidoping = drug testing.
    * control bibliográfico = bibliographic control, bibliographical control.
    * control bibliográfico internacional = international bibliographical control.
    * Control Bibliográfico Universal (UBC) = UBC (Universal Bibliographic Control).
    * control de acceso = access control.
    * control de adquisiciones = acquisition control.
    * control de armas = arms control.
    * control de armas de fuego = gun control.
    * control de autoridades = authority control.
    * control de calidad = quality assurance (QA), quality control.
    * control de carretera = road check, roadside check, roadblock.
    * control de circulación = circulation control.
    * control de disturbios = riot control.
    * control de flujo del líquido = fluid-control.
    * control de frontera = border checkpoint, border control.
    * control de funcionamiento = benchmark.
    * control de la circulación de publicaciones seriadas = serials circulation control.
    * control de la natalidad = birth control.
    * control del armamento = arms control.
    * control de las enfermedades = disease control.
    * control de las malas hierbas = weed control.
    * control de la temperatura = climatic control.
    * control del estrés = stress management.
    * control de los artículos de las publicaciones periódicas = article-level control.
    * control de los presupuestos = budgetary control.
    * control del peso = weight control.
    * control del poder = hold on power.
    * control de masas = riot control, crowd control.
    * control de materias = subject control.
    * control de multitudes = crowd control.
    * control de plagas = pest control.
    * control de préstamo = circulation control.
    * control de publicaciones periódicas = periodicals control.
    * control de publicaciones seriadas = serials control, periodicals inventory control.
    * control de salida = exit barrier.
    * control de seguridad = security checkpoint.
    * control de volumen = volume controller, volume control.
    * control económico = fiscal control.
    * controles de funcionamiento = benchmarking.
    * controles de rendimiento = benchmark figures.
    * control férreo = iron-fisted grip, iron grip.
    * control fronterizo = border control, border checkpoint.
    * control mental = mind control.
    * control paterno = parental control.
    * control presupuestario = budgetary control.
    * control remoto = remote control, remote controller.
    * control remoto de llavero = key fob.
    * control terminológico = terminology control.
    * control total = stranglehold.
    * dígito de control = check digit.
    * dispararse fuera de control = spiral + out of control.
    * ejercer control = exert + control, wield + control.
    * ejercer control sobre = exercise + control over, have + hold on.
    * en control = controlling.
    * endurecer el control = tighten (up) + control.
    * estrechar el control = tighten + the grip.
    * falta de control = dirty data.
    * fichero de control de publicaciones periódicas = periodicals file [periodical file], periodical holdings file.
    * fuera de control = out-of-control, haywire.
    * fuera del control de = beyond the control of.
    * fuera de + Posesivo + control = beyond + Posesivo + control.
    * grupo de control = control group.
    * hacerse con el control de = take over + control of, take + control of.
    * ingeniería de control = control engineering.
    * lista de control = checklist [check-list].
    * lograr el control = gain + control (over/of).
    * mantener bajo control = keep + a rein on.
    * mantener control = hold + the reins of control.
    * mantener el control = stay in + control.
    * mantener un control férreo sobre = hold + an iron grip on.
    * mecanismo de control = watchdog.
    * medida de control = control measure.
    * módulo de control de autoridades = authority control module.
    * módulo de control de publicaciones seriadas = serials control system, serials control module.
    * no perder el control = stay on top of, stay on + top of things, keep on + top of things, be on top of things.
    * número de control = control number.
    * organismo de control = watchdog.
    * palabra de control = control word.
    * panel de control = control panel.
    * perder control = lose + control (of).
    * perder el control = slip beyond + the grasp of, lose + Posesivo + grip, run + amok, sweep + Nombre + off + Posesivo + feet, go to + pieces, go + wild.
    * perder el control de Algo = get out of + hand.
    * perder el control de la situación = things + get out of hand.
    * puesto de control = checkpoint.
    * que escapan a + Posesivo + control = beyond + Posesivo + control.
    * reclamar el control de = make + claim upon.
    * seguir con el control = stay in + control.
    * servicio centralizado de control de publicaciones seriadas = consolidation service.
    * sin control = uncontrolled.
    * sistema de control = monitoring system, vetting system.
    * sistema de control de la salida = exit control system.
    * sistema de control de publicaciones seriadas = serials system, serials control system.
    * sobre para el control del préstamo = slip holder pocket.
    * someter a control = place under + control.
    * sujeto de control = control subject.
    * tecla CONTROL = CONTROL key [CTRL key].
    * tecla de control del movimiento horizontal = horizontal positioning key.
    * tecla de control del movimiento vertical = vertical positioning key.
    * tener Algo bajo el control de Uno = have + Nombre + at + Posesivo + command.
    * tener control sobre = have + hold on.
    * tomar el control = take + the helm.
    * tomar el control de = take + control of.
    * torno de control de entrada = turnstile.
    * * *
    1) ( dominio) control
    3) (en carretera, rally) checkpoint
    4)
    a) ( de aparato) control
    b) controles masculino plural (Rad)
    5)
    a) (Educ) test
    b) (Med) check-up
    * * *
    = check, control, grasp, hold, monitoring, regulation, supervision, toll, command, governance, mastery, checkpoint, grip, tracking, span of control, policing, tightening, rule, moderation, vetting.

    Ex: Checks on relationships that must be represented can be executed by examining each card in turn and seeking cards which show related terms.

    Ex: Control is exercised over which terms are used, but otherwise the terms are ordinary words.
    Ex: When an item is in its grasp, it snaps instantly to the next that is suggested by the association of thoughts, in accordance with some intricate web of trails carried by the cells of the brain.
    Ex: SLIS will, however, need to retain a firm hold on their traditional market whilst also meeting more specialised competition.
    Ex: Automatic monitoring of activity on the computer system (i.e., logging transactions) was regarded as a powerful technique for evaluating user system interaction.
    Ex: If administrative regulations, rules, etc., are from jurisdictions in which such regulations, etc., are promulgated by government agencies or agents, enter them under the heading for the agency or agent.
    Ex: The use of clear armoured glass walls gives excellent visual supervision in the Rare Book Room and in the Manuscript and Local History Reading Room.
    Ex: Books are primarily repositories of ideas and information, for this reason most of them are used and a panoply of tolls are necessary in order to locate specific items.
    Ex: Businesses are using all of the new communicating technological developments to increase their command over the information they need.
    Ex: Public libraries specifically face enormous problems of funding and governance.
    Ex: The library has proven to be an imperfect panacea, and the librarian has suffered a definite loss of mastery.
    Ex: The article 'The information highway: on ramps, checkpoints, speed bumps and tollbooths' offers a comprehensive snapshot of the current policy and practices regarding the dissemination of government information in electronic form.
    Ex: It is therefore often hard to escape the grip of the official phraseology for fear that, in doing so, the meaning of the material will be altered or lost.
    Ex: Tracking of personal information attached to electronic text supplied by publishers is a potential violator of user privacy.
    Ex: What is needed is for the director to broaden her span of control by eliminating the position of assistant director.
    Ex: The article has the title ' Policing fraud and deceit: the legal aspects of misconduct in scientific enquiry'.
    Ex: Previous policies allowed professional interaction but recent tightening has made that more difficult.
    Ex: The British in Malaya used education as a divisive factor to prolong their rule, while the Americans in the Philippines adopted a 'Philippines for the Filipinos' policy = Los británicos en Malaya usaron la educación como un factor divisorio para prolongar su dominio, mientras los americanos en las Filipinas adoptaron una política de "Las Filipinas para los filipinos".
    Ex: The ETEL system guarantees relevance of the information through moderation by a newspaper editor.
    Ex: Criminal record checks have been an accepted form of pre-employment vetting for those with access to children for some years.
    * activar un mecanismo de control = set + control.
    * aumentar el control = tighten (up) + control.
    * bajo el control de = under the control of.
    * bola para el control del cursor en pantalla = trackball.
    * bolsa de control de préstamo = book pocket.
    * campaña de control de alcoholemia = drink-drive campaign, anti-drink-drive campaign.
    * campo de control = control field.
    * carácter de control = control character.
    * centro de control = locus of control, mission control.
    * circunstancias que están fuera de + Posesivo + control = circumstances beyond + Posesivo + control.
    * código de control = processing code, control code.
    * colección de control = test collection.
    * con control atmosférico = atmospherically-controlled.
    * conseguir el control = gain + control (over/of).
    * control al azar = spot check.
    * control antidopaje = drug testing.
    * control antidoping = drug testing.
    * control bibliográfico = bibliographic control, bibliographical control.
    * control bibliográfico internacional = international bibliographical control.
    * Control Bibliográfico Universal (UBC) = UBC (Universal Bibliographic Control).
    * control de acceso = access control.
    * control de adquisiciones = acquisition control.
    * control de armas = arms control.
    * control de armas de fuego = gun control.
    * control de autoridades = authority control.
    * control de calidad = quality assurance (QA), quality control.
    * control de carretera = road check, roadside check, roadblock.
    * control de circulación = circulation control.
    * control de disturbios = riot control.
    * control de flujo del líquido = fluid-control.
    * control de frontera = border checkpoint, border control.
    * control de funcionamiento = benchmark.
    * control de la circulación de publicaciones seriadas = serials circulation control.
    * control de la natalidad = birth control.
    * control del armamento = arms control.
    * control de las enfermedades = disease control.
    * control de las malas hierbas = weed control.
    * control de la temperatura = climatic control.
    * control del estrés = stress management.
    * control de los artículos de las publicaciones periódicas = article-level control.
    * control de los presupuestos = budgetary control.
    * control del peso = weight control.
    * control del poder = hold on power.
    * control de masas = riot control, crowd control.
    * control de materias = subject control.
    * control de multitudes = crowd control.
    * control de plagas = pest control.
    * control de préstamo = circulation control.
    * control de publicaciones periódicas = periodicals control.
    * control de publicaciones seriadas = serials control, periodicals inventory control.
    * control de salida = exit barrier.
    * control de seguridad = security checkpoint.
    * control de volumen = volume controller, volume control.
    * control económico = fiscal control.
    * controles de funcionamiento = benchmarking.
    * controles de rendimiento = benchmark figures.
    * control férreo = iron-fisted grip, iron grip.
    * control fronterizo = border control, border checkpoint.
    * control mental = mind control.
    * control paterno = parental control.
    * control presupuestario = budgetary control.
    * control remoto = remote control, remote controller.
    * control remoto de llavero = key fob.
    * control terminológico = terminology control.
    * control total = stranglehold.
    * dígito de control = check digit.
    * dispararse fuera de control = spiral + out of control.
    * ejercer control = exert + control, wield + control.
    * ejercer control sobre = exercise + control over, have + hold on.
    * en control = controlling.
    * endurecer el control = tighten (up) + control.
    * estrechar el control = tighten + the grip.
    * falta de control = dirty data.
    * fichero de control de publicaciones periódicas = periodicals file [periodical file], periodical holdings file.
    * fuera de control = out-of-control, haywire.
    * fuera del control de = beyond the control of.
    * fuera de + Posesivo + control = beyond + Posesivo + control.
    * grupo de control = control group.
    * hacerse con el control de = take over + control of, take + control of.
    * ingeniería de control = control engineering.
    * lista de control = checklist [check-list].
    * lograr el control = gain + control (over/of).
    * mantener bajo control = keep + a rein on.
    * mantener control = hold + the reins of control.
    * mantener el control = stay in + control.
    * mantener un control férreo sobre = hold + an iron grip on.
    * mecanismo de control = watchdog.
    * medida de control = control measure.
    * módulo de control de autoridades = authority control module.
    * módulo de control de publicaciones seriadas = serials control system, serials control module.
    * no perder el control = stay on top of, stay on + top of things, keep on + top of things, be on top of things.
    * número de control = control number.
    * organismo de control = watchdog.
    * palabra de control = control word.
    * panel de control = control panel.
    * perder control = lose + control (of).
    * perder el control = slip beyond + the grasp of, lose + Posesivo + grip, run + amok, sweep + Nombre + off + Posesivo + feet, go to + pieces, go + wild.
    * perder el control de Algo = get out of + hand.
    * perder el control de la situación = things + get out of hand.
    * puesto de control = checkpoint.
    * que escapan a + Posesivo + control = beyond + Posesivo + control.
    * reclamar el control de = make + claim upon.
    * seguir con el control = stay in + control.
    * servicio centralizado de control de publicaciones seriadas = consolidation service.
    * sin control = uncontrolled.
    * sistema de control = monitoring system, vetting system.
    * sistema de control de la salida = exit control system.
    * sistema de control de publicaciones seriadas = serials system, serials control system.
    * sobre para el control del préstamo = slip holder pocket.
    * someter a control = place under + control.
    * sujeto de control = control subject.
    * tecla CONTROL = CONTROL key [CTRL key].
    * tecla de control del movimiento horizontal = horizontal positioning key.
    * tecla de control del movimiento vertical = vertical positioning key.
    * tener Algo bajo el control de Uno = have + Nombre + at + Posesivo + command.
    * tener control sobre = have + hold on.
    * tomar el control = take + the helm.
    * tomar el control de = take + control of.
    * torno de control de entrada = turnstile.

    * * *
    A (dominio) control
    la epidemia está bajo control the epidemic is under control
    perdió el control del vehículo he lost control of the vehicle
    el coche giró sin control the car spun, out of control
    perdí el control y le di una bofetada I lost control (of myself) and slapped him
    se hizo con el control de la compañía he gained control of the company
    Compuestos:
    thought control
    budget o budgetary control
    B
    (vigilancia, fiscalización): lleva el control de los gastos she keeps tabs o a check on the money that is spent
    Compuestos:
    arms control
    quality control o check
    credit control
    birth control
    passport control
    control del tráfico or tránsito
    traffic control
    sanitary control
    security check
    C (en la carretera) checkpoint; (en un rally) checkpoint
    D
    1 (de un aparato) control
    el control del volumen/brillo the volume/brightness control
    con Martín en los controles with studio production by Martín
    Compuesto:
    remote control
    funciona a or por control remoto it works by remote control
    E
    1 ( Educ) test
    2 ( Med) check-up
    Compuesto:
    control antidopaje or antidoping
    dope test, drug test
    * * *

     

    control sustantivo masculino
    1 ( en general) control;

    sin control out of control;
    perdí el control I lost control (of myself);
    hacerse con el control de algo to gain control of sth;
    lleva el control de los gastos she keeps a check on the money that is spent;
    control de (la) natalidad birth control;
    control de calidad quality control o check;
    control de pasaportes passport control;
    control remoto remote control
    2 (en carretera, rally) checkpoint
    3
    a) (Educ) test

    b) (Med) check-up;


    control sustantivo masculino
    1 (dominio) control: está todo bajo control, everything is under control
    2 Educ test
    3 (inspección) check
    control de calidad, quality control
    4 (de Policía, militar) checkpoint, roadblock
    5 control remoto, remote control
    ' control' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    absoluta
    - absoluto
    - adueñarse
    - ajena
    - ajeno
    - angular
    - autocontrol
    - contención
    - controlar
    - controlarse
    - cuadro
    - descontrol
    - descontrolarse
    - desenfreno
    - disciplina
    - dominar
    - dominación
    - dominarse
    - dominio
    - dueña
    - dueño
    - encima
    - fraude
    - mando
    - moderarse
    - órbita
    - palanca
    - papel
    - planificación
    - potingue
    - pública
    - público
    - regular
    - regulación
    - reportarse
    - reprimirse
    - reprivatizar
    - resbalar
    - retener
    - rienda
    - señorío
    - sofocar
    - teleguiada
    - teleguiado
    - telemando
    - tenerse
    - torre
    - ala
    - anticoncepción
    - apoderarse
    English:
    air traffic control
    - arms control
    - beyond
    - birth control
    - check
    - checkpoint
    - control
    - equity
    - fiendish
    - freak out
    - gain
    - grip
    - hand
    - hit
    - hold
    - knob
    - over
    - override
    - panel
    - passport control
    - pest control
    - piece
    - quality control
    - rein
    - remote control
    - resume
    - roadblock
    - rule
    - runaway
    - self-control
    - speed trap
    - take over
    - tight
    - tighten
    - tighten up
    - time clock
    - time-keeping
    - traffic control
    - unionist
    - volume control
    - watchdog
    - wild
    - air
    - birth
    - boil
    - break
    - compose
    - curb
    - discipline
    - dual
    * * *
    1. [dominio] control;
    bajo control under control;
    fuera de control out of control;
    perder el control [de vehículo] to lose control;
    [perder la calma] to lose one's temper;
    bebe/fuma sin control he drinks/smokes an enormous amount
    Econ control de cambios exchange control; Econ control de costos o Esp costes cost control; Fin control crediticio credit control; Fin control de crédito credit control; Econ control de gestión management control; Econ control de precios price control
    2. [comprobación, verificación] examination, inspection;
    todos los productos pasan un riguroso control all the products are rigorously inspected o examined;
    (bajo) control médico (under) medical supervision;
    él se encarga del control del gasto he is the person in charge of controlling expenditure;
    efectúan un control continuo de su tensión his blood pressure is being continuously monitored
    Informát control de acceso access control;
    el control de acceso al edificio the system controlling access to the building;
    control de alcoholemia breath test, Br Breathalyser® o US Breathalyzer® test;
    control antidoping drugs test;
    control de armamento arms control;
    control de calidad quality control;
    Com control de existencias stock control;
    control financiero financial control;
    Av control de tierra ground control;
    control del tráfico aéreo air-traffic control
    3. [vigilancia] examination;
    un edificio sometido a un fuerte control a building with very heavy security
    4. [de policía] checkpoint;
    [en rally] checkpoint control de pasaportes passport control;
    5. [examen] test, US quiz
    6. Dep [del balón] control;
    tiene un buen control he's got good control
    7. [mando] control;
    el control del encendido/apagado the on/off switch
    control remoto remote control;
    activar algo por control remoto to activate sth by remote control
    8. Rad
    en los controles estuvo Sandra the show was produced by Sandra
    * * *
    m
    1 control;
    perder el control lose control;
    tenerlo todo bajo control have everything under control
    2 ( inspección) check
    * * *
    1) : control
    2) : inspection, check
    3) : checkpoint, roadblock
    * * *
    1. (en general) control
    2. (examen) check
    llevar el control de algo to run something [pt. ran; pp. run]

    Spanish-English dictionary > control

  • 5 universal

    adj.
    1 universal (total).
    2 world (mundial).
    historia universal world history
    * * *
    1 universal
    1 (filosofía, lingüística, etc) universals
    * * *
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ (=general) universal; (=mundial) world, world-wide
    * * *
    a) <ley/principio> universal
    b) <llave/enchufe> universal
    * * *
    = universal, all-encompassing, all-embracing, embracing, encompassing, all-purpose.
    Ex. Document analysis is, then, a universal tool.
    Ex. In publishing itself there is little use made of the all-encompassing schemes such as Dewey or the Library of Congress.
    Ex. Some databases are very all-embracing in their coverage and attempt to provide comprehensive coverage of entire disciplines.
    Ex. What is needed is an embracing approach to guarantee freedom for Palestine and legitimacy for Israel.
    Ex. By drawing Russia into an encompassing coalition with Europe and other powers, the risk of conflict will be diminished.
    Ex. In UDC the colon has to act as an ' all purpose' facet indicator to a very large extent.
    ----
    * casi universal = quasi-universal.
    * CBU (Control Bibliográfico Universal) = UBC (Universal Bibliographic Control).
    * escolarización universal = universal schooling.
    * SGML (Lenguaje Estándar Universal para el Análisis Formal de Documentos) = SGML (Standard Generalised Markup Language).
    * sistema de clasificación universal = universal classification scheme.
    * sufragio universal = universal suffrage.
    * UAP (Accesibilidad Universal a la Información) = UAP (Universal Availability of Information).
    * UDC (Clasificación Decimal Universal) = UDC (Universal Decimal Classification).
    * URI (Identificador Uniforme de Recursos) = URI (Uniform Resource Identifier).
    * * *
    a) <ley/principio> universal
    b) <llave/enchufe> universal
    * * *
    = universal, all-encompassing, all-embracing, embracing, encompassing, all-purpose.

    Ex: Document analysis is, then, a universal tool.

    Ex: In publishing itself there is little use made of the all-encompassing schemes such as Dewey or the Library of Congress.
    Ex: Some databases are very all-embracing in their coverage and attempt to provide comprehensive coverage of entire disciplines.
    Ex: What is needed is an embracing approach to guarantee freedom for Palestine and legitimacy for Israel.
    Ex: By drawing Russia into an encompassing coalition with Europe and other powers, the risk of conflict will be diminished.
    Ex: In UDC the colon has to act as an ' all purpose' facet indicator to a very large extent.
    * casi universal = quasi-universal.
    * CBU (Control Bibliográfico Universal) = UBC (Universal Bibliographic Control).
    * escolarización universal = universal schooling.
    * SGML (Lenguaje Estándar Universal para el Análisis Formal de Documentos) = SGML (Standard Generalised Markup Language).
    * sistema de clasificación universal = universal classification scheme.
    * sufragio universal = universal suffrage.
    * UAP (Accesibilidad Universal a la Información) = UAP (Universal Availability of Information).
    * UDC (Clasificación Decimal Universal) = UDC (Universal Decimal Classification).
    * URI (Identificador Uniforme de Recursos) = URI (Uniform Resource Identifier).

    * * *
    1 ‹ley/principio› universal
    una marca de fama universal a world-famous brand
    un escritor que trata temas universales a writer who deals with universal themes
    no tiene validez universal it is not universally valid
    2 ‹llave/enchufe› universal
    * * *

    universal adjetivo
    universal
    universal adjetivo
    1 (para todo el mundo: concepto, ley, etc) universal
    Declaración Universal de los Derechos Humanos, Universal Declaration of Human Rights
    (uso enfático) un actor de fama universal, a world-famous actor
    2 (del Universo) universal
    gravitación universal, universal gravitation
    ' universal' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    clásica
    - clásico
    - diluvio
    - exposición
    - sede
    - señera
    - señero
    - sufragio
    English:
    flood
    - universal
    - universal joint
    - U
    - washer
    * * *
    adj
    1. [total] [acceso, idioma, sufragio] universal;
    un principio de validez universal a universally valid principle
    2. [mundial] world;
    historia universal world history;
    literatura universal world literature;
    un artista de fama universal a world-famous artist
    universals
    * * *
    adj universal
    * * *
    : universal
    * * *
    1. (ley, prinicpio) universal
    2. (historia, fama) world

    Spanish-English dictionary > universal

  • 6 Segunda Guerra Mundial

    (n.) = 2nd World War, World War II [Second World War], Second World War [World War II]
    Ex. This article considers the maturing and professionalisation of Slavic librarianship in the USA since the 2nd World War.
    Ex. War, for example, is divided into Militaria, War, World War I, World War II, Vehicles and Equipment.
    Ex. From the beginnings of the UNESCO activity after the Second World War the emphasis ever since in universal bibliographic control has been upon collective endeavours.
    * * *
    (n.) = 2nd World War, World War II [Second World War], Second World War [World War II]

    Ex: This article considers the maturing and professionalisation of Slavic librarianship in the USA since the 2nd World War.

    Ex: War, for example, is divided into Militaria, War, World War I, World War II, Vehicles and Equipment.
    Ex: From the beginnings of the UNESCO activity after the Second World War the emphasis ever since in universal bibliographic control has been upon collective endeavours.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Segunda Guerra Mundial

  • 7 bibliográfico

    adj.
    bibliographic, bibliographical.
    * * *
    1 bibliographic, bibliographical
    * * *
    * * *
    - ca adjetivo bibliographic
    * * *
    = bibliographic, bibliographical.
    Nota: Usado indistintamente con bibliographic.
    Ex. Most of the data bases are bibliographic in nature, but DIALOG does offer some statistical and directory files.
    Ex. Prior to this appointment he was Director of LC's Processing Department where his span of authority included the single most comprehensive bibliographical distribution service in the world today.
    ----
    * agencia nacional bibliográfica = national bibliographic agency.
    * base de datos bibliográfica de resúmenes = abstracts based bibliographic database.
    * CBU (Control Bibliográfico Universal) = UBC (Universal Bibliographic Control).
    * Centro Internacional para la Descripción Bibliográfica del = UNIBID.
    * colección bibliográfica = book collection.
    * control bibliográfico internacional = international bibliographical control.
    * descripción bibliográfica de primer nivel = first-level bibliographic description.
    * emparejamiento bibliográfico = bibliographic coupling.
    * fuente bibliográfica especializada = specialist bibliographic source.
    * herramienta bibliográfica = bibliographical tool.
    * identificación bibliográfica y de copyright de la contribució = catch line.
    * ISBD(A) (Descripción Bibliográfica Normalizada Internacional - material anti = ISBD(A) (International Standard Bibliographic Description - Antiquarian).
    * ISBD (Descripción Bibliográfica Normalizada Internacional) = ISBD (International Standard Bibliographic Description).
    * ISBD(S) (Descripción Bibliográfica Normalizada Internacional para Publicacio = ISBD(S) (International Standard Bibliographic Description - Serials).
    * justificación bibliográfica = literary warrant.
    * no bibliográfico = non-book [nonbook], non-bibliographic, non-bibliographical.
    * patrimonio bibliográfico = published heritage, documented heritage.
    * producción bibliográfica sobre biblioteconomía = library literature.
    * publicación de recensiones bibliográficas = reviewing source.
    * publicación de reseñas bibliográficas = reviewing source.
    * recensión bibliográfica = review.
    * recursos bibliográficos = literature resources.
    * reseña bibliográfica = review.
    * Sociedad Bibliográfica de America = Bibliographical Society of America.
    * * *
    - ca adjetivo bibliographic
    * * *
    = bibliographic, bibliographical.
    Nota: Usado indistintamente con bibliographic.

    Ex: Most of the data bases are bibliographic in nature, but DIALOG does offer some statistical and directory files.

    Ex: Prior to this appointment he was Director of LC's Processing Department where his span of authority included the single most comprehensive bibliographical distribution service in the world today.
    * agencia nacional bibliográfica = national bibliographic agency.
    * base de datos bibliográfica de resúmenes = abstracts based bibliographic database.
    * CBU (Control Bibliográfico Universal) = UBC (Universal Bibliographic Control).
    * Centro Internacional para la Descripción Bibliográfica del = UNIBID.
    * colección bibliográfica = book collection.
    * control bibliográfico internacional = international bibliographical control.
    * descripción bibliográfica de primer nivel = first-level bibliographic description.
    * emparejamiento bibliográfico = bibliographic coupling.
    * fuente bibliográfica especializada = specialist bibliographic source.
    * herramienta bibliográfica = bibliographical tool.
    * identificación bibliográfica y de copyright de la contribució = catch line.
    * ISBD(A) (Descripción Bibliográfica Normalizada Internacional - material anti = ISBD(A) (International Standard Bibliographic Description - Antiquarian).
    * ISBD (Descripción Bibliográfica Normalizada Internacional) = ISBD (International Standard Bibliographic Description).
    * ISBD(S) (Descripción Bibliográfica Normalizada Internacional para Publicacio = ISBD(S) (International Standard Bibliographic Description - Serials).
    * justificación bibliográfica = literary warrant.
    * no bibliográfico = non-book [nonbook], non-bibliographic, non-bibliographical.
    * patrimonio bibliográfico = published heritage, documented heritage.
    * producción bibliográfica sobre biblioteconomía = library literature.
    * publicación de recensiones bibliográficas = reviewing source.
    * publicación de reseñas bibliográficas = reviewing source.
    * recensión bibliográfica = review.
    * recursos bibliográficos = literature resources.
    * reseña bibliográfica = review.
    * Sociedad Bibliográfica de America = Bibliographical Society of America.

    * * *
    bibliographic
    * * *
    bibliográfico, -a adj
    bibliographic
    * * *
    adj bibliographic
    * * *
    bibliográfico, -ca adj
    : bibliographic, bibliographical

    Spanish-English dictionary > bibliográfico

  • 8 casi conseguir

    (v.) = come close to + Gerundio
    Ex. Konrad Gesner probably came closest to achieving universal bibliographic control in the sixteenth century.
    * * *
    (v.) = come close to + Gerundio

    Ex: Konrad Gesner probably came closest to achieving universal bibliographic control in the sixteenth century.

    Spanish-English dictionary > casi conseguir

  • 9 causar una impresión

    (v.) = leave + an impression, make + an impression
    Ex. The impression left by the two early attempts to create universal bibliographic control was that the creation of one universal source of reference was beyond human resources and resourcefulness.
    Ex. The reference librarians, by being uninformed, will undoubtedly not make as good an impression on the important city managers.
    * * *
    (v.) = leave + an impression, make + an impression

    Ex: The impression left by the two early attempts to create universal bibliographic control was that the creation of one universal source of reference was beyond human resources and resourcefulness.

    Ex: The reference librarians, by being uninformed, will undoubtedly not make as good an impression on the important city managers.

    Spanish-English dictionary > causar una impresión

  • 10 creatividad

    f.
    creativity.
    * * *
    1 creativity
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    * * *
    femenino creativity
    * * *
    = creativity, creativeness, generativity, resourcefulness.
    Ex. An alertness to work in related fields may stimulate creativity in disseminating ideas from one field of study to another, for both the researcher and the manager.
    Ex. Creativeness in all fields of activity results in an interest, a demand for more and eventually a market.
    Ex. This article distinguishes between a society's ability to generate a scientific and technological potential (generativity) and the country's capacity to absorb or recieve scientific and technological research results (receptivity).
    Ex. The impression left by the two early attempts to create universal bibliographic control was that the creation of one universal source of reference was beyond human resources and resourcefulness.
    ----
    * con cuanta creatividad = how creatively.
    * creatividad literaria = creative writing.
    * * *
    femenino creativity
    * * *
    = creativity, creativeness, generativity, resourcefulness.

    Ex: An alertness to work in related fields may stimulate creativity in disseminating ideas from one field of study to another, for both the researcher and the manager.

    Ex: Creativeness in all fields of activity results in an interest, a demand for more and eventually a market.
    Ex: This article distinguishes between a society's ability to generate a scientific and technological potential (generativity) and the country's capacity to absorb or recieve scientific and technological research results (receptivity).
    Ex: The impression left by the two early attempts to create universal bibliographic control was that the creation of one universal source of reference was beyond human resources and resourcefulness.
    * con cuanta creatividad = how creatively.
    * creatividad literaria = creative writing.

    * * *
    creativity
    * * *

    creatividad sustantivo femenino
    creativity
    creatividad sustantivo femenino creativity
    ' creatividad' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    inspiración
    English:
    creativity
    * * *
    creativity
    * * *
    f creativity
    * * *
    : creativity

    Spanish-English dictionary > creatividad

  • 11 dar una impresión

    (v.) = make + an impression, leave + an impression, present + an image
    Ex. The reference librarians, by being uninformed, will undoubtedly not make as good an impression on the important city managers.
    Ex. The impression left by the two early attempts to create universal bibliographic control was that the creation of one universal source of reference was beyond human resources and resourcefulness.
    Ex. The contents of the web pages are therefore of crucial importance in presenting the right image to the world.
    * * *
    (v.) = make + an impression, leave + an impression, present + an image

    Ex: The reference librarians, by being uninformed, will undoubtedly not make as good an impression on the important city managers.

    Ex: The impression left by the two early attempts to create universal bibliographic control was that the creation of one universal source of reference was beyond human resources and resourcefulness.
    Ex: The contents of the web pages are therefore of crucial importance in presenting the right image to the world.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar una impresión

  • 12 dejar huella

    v.
    to make an impression, to leave an imprint, to leave a marking, to make an imprint.
    * * *
    to leave one's mark (en, on)
    * * *
    (v.) = leave + Posesivo + mark, cut + a swath(e), leave + a trace, touch + Posesivo + life, leave + an impression, leave + an imprint, make + an impression
    Ex. Unfortunately, age and lack of proper care have left their marks on many valuable publications, some of which can no longer be used today.
    Ex. Nilsson's adamantine voice cut a swathe through 20th-century operatic history.
    Ex. We're all puzzled by the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle where hundreds of boats and planes have disappeared into the blue leaving no trace at all.
    Ex. Despite his faults, he still manages to change and touch many people's lives through his infectious laughter.
    Ex. The impression left by the two early attempts to create universal bibliographic control was that the creation of one universal source of reference was beyond human resources and resourcefulness.
    Ex. Their music redefined rock and roll for an entire generation, leaving an imprint that endures to this day.
    Ex. The reference librarians, by being uninformed, will undoubtedly not make as good an impression on the important city managers.
    * * *
    (v.) = leave + Posesivo + mark, cut + a swath(e), leave + a trace, touch + Posesivo + life, leave + an impression, leave + an imprint, make + an impression

    Ex: Unfortunately, age and lack of proper care have left their marks on many valuable publications, some of which can no longer be used today.

    Ex: Nilsson's adamantine voice cut a swathe through 20th-century operatic history.
    Ex: We're all puzzled by the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle where hundreds of boats and planes have disappeared into the blue leaving no trace at all.
    Ex: Despite his faults, he still manages to change and touch many people's lives through his infectious laughter.
    Ex: The impression left by the two early attempts to create universal bibliographic control was that the creation of one universal source of reference was beyond human resources and resourcefulness.
    Ex: Their music redefined rock and roll for an entire generation, leaving an imprint that endures to this day.
    Ex: The reference librarians, by being uninformed, will undoubtedly not make as good an impression on the important city managers.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dejar huella

  • 13 dejar mella

    (v.) = leave + an impression, touch + Posesivo + life, leave + Posesivo + mark, cut + a swath(e), leave + an imprint, make + an impression
    Ex. The impression left by the two early attempts to create universal bibliographic control was that the creation of one universal source of reference was beyond human resources and resourcefulness.
    Ex. Despite his faults, he still manages to change and touch many people's lives through his infectious laughter.
    Ex. Unfortunately, age and lack of proper care have left their marks on many valuable publications, some of which can no longer be used today.
    Ex. Nilsson's adamantine voice cut a swathe through 20th-century operatic history.
    Ex. Their music redefined rock and roll for an entire generation, leaving an imprint that endures to this day.
    Ex. The reference librarians, by being uninformed, will undoubtedly not make as good an impression on the important city managers.
    * * *
    (v.) = leave + an impression, touch + Posesivo + life, leave + Posesivo + mark, cut + a swath(e), leave + an imprint, make + an impression

    Ex: The impression left by the two early attempts to create universal bibliographic control was that the creation of one universal source of reference was beyond human resources and resourcefulness.

    Ex: Despite his faults, he still manages to change and touch many people's lives through his infectious laughter.
    Ex: Unfortunately, age and lack of proper care have left their marks on many valuable publications, some of which can no longer be used today.
    Ex: Nilsson's adamantine voice cut a swathe through 20th-century operatic history.
    Ex: Their music redefined rock and roll for an entire generation, leaving an imprint that endures to this day.
    Ex: The reference librarians, by being uninformed, will undoubtedly not make as good an impression on the important city managers.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dejar mella

  • 14 dejar una impresión

    (v.) = leave with + the impression, leave + an impression, leave + an imprint, make + an impression
    Ex. One might mistakenly be left with the impression that the crisis is a mere 'banana republic' squabble over power.
    Ex. The impression left by the two early attempts to create universal bibliographic control was that the creation of one universal source of reference was beyond human resources and resourcefulness.
    Ex. Their music redefined rock and roll for an entire generation, leaving an imprint that endures to this day.
    Ex. The reference librarians, by being uninformed, will undoubtedly not make as good an impression on the important city managers.
    * * *
    (v.) = leave with + the impression, leave + an impression, leave + an imprint, make + an impression

    Ex: One might mistakenly be left with the impression that the crisis is a mere 'banana republic' squabble over power.

    Ex: The impression left by the two early attempts to create universal bibliographic control was that the creation of one universal source of reference was beyond human resources and resourcefulness.
    Ex: Their music redefined rock and roll for an entire generation, leaving an imprint that endures to this day.
    Ex: The reference librarians, by being uninformed, will undoubtedly not make as good an impression on the important city managers.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dejar una impresión

  • 15 ecumenismo

    m.
    ecumenism, ecumenicalism, ecumenicism.
    * * *
    1 ecumenicalism, ecumenicism
    * * *
    * * *
    masculino ecumenicalism
    * * *
    Ex. This article questions the practical and economic feasibility of the continued use of a special classification for Catholic books in the light of the movement toward universal bibliographic control and the ongoing climate of ecumenism.
    * * *
    masculino ecumenicalism
    * * *

    Ex: This article questions the practical and economic feasibility of the continued use of a special classification for Catholic books in the light of the movement toward universal bibliographic control and the ongoing climate of ecumenism.

    * * *
    ecumenicalism
    * * *
    Rel ecumenism
    * * *
    m REL ecumenicalism

    Spanish-English dictionary > ecumenismo

  • 16 en el futuro

    = Número + Tiempo + ahead, down the road, in future, in time(s) to come, at + future date, in (the) years to come, at some future time, in the years to come, in the years ahead, in years to come, at some future point, in the future, for future reference, for the years to come
    Ex. The December issue is especially useful for its list of conferences planned up to ten years ahead.
    Ex. It's not an academic problem; it's not a problem for ten years down the road; it's a problem that people are struggling with now.
    Ex. Recently the Government have accepted the recommendation of a working party that in future libraries should be self renewing and finite.
    Ex. In industrial societies even the poorest people acquire artefacts to embellish their surroundings; such 'bric-a-brac' may in some cases be the detritus of a previous age or a more affluent environment, and in some cases is destined to become 'collectable' in time to come.
    Ex. In essence, an issues management group, within a corporation or other organization, attempts to identify technological or social issues likely to have positive or negative impact on the institution at some future date.
    Ex. Of course, we cannot tell in advance which particular subjects are likely to grow most in years to come.
    Ex. The number of libraries expected to acquire these workstations at some future time was also determined.
    Ex. It is certain that the technology will dominate the entire library scene in the years to come.
    Ex. Librarians and vendors will need each other in the years ahead and must learn how to do business with each other.
    Ex. The author considers the future plans and possible problem areas the library may have to face in years to come.
    Ex. While people dominate at this moment in time, they are altering their environment and, at some future point, will become extinct, giving way to dominance by another organism.
    Ex. So far this has only been adopted by four suppliers, but it has so many advantages for the user that it will surely become standard practice in the future.
    Ex. Call it what you want but for future reference it may be best to name it according to its function.
    Ex. In 1973 the Committee accepted cooperation in the Universal Bibliographic Control project as its main task for the years to come.
    * * *
    = Número + Tiempo + ahead, down the road, in future, in time(s) to come, at + future date, in (the) years to come, at some future time, in the years to come, in the years ahead, in years to come, at some future point, in the future, for future reference, for the years to come

    Ex: The December issue is especially useful for its list of conferences planned up to ten years ahead.

    Ex: It's not an academic problem; it's not a problem for ten years down the road; it's a problem that people are struggling with now.
    Ex: Recently the Government have accepted the recommendation of a working party that in future libraries should be self renewing and finite.
    Ex: In industrial societies even the poorest people acquire artefacts to embellish their surroundings; such 'bric-a-brac' may in some cases be the detritus of a previous age or a more affluent environment, and in some cases is destined to become 'collectable' in time to come.
    Ex: In essence, an issues management group, within a corporation or other organization, attempts to identify technological or social issues likely to have positive or negative impact on the institution at some future date.
    Ex: Of course, we cannot tell in advance which particular subjects are likely to grow most in years to come.
    Ex: The number of libraries expected to acquire these workstations at some future time was also determined.
    Ex: It is certain that the technology will dominate the entire library scene in the years to come.
    Ex: Librarians and vendors will need each other in the years ahead and must learn how to do business with each other.
    Ex: The author considers the future plans and possible problem areas the library may have to face in years to come.
    Ex: While people dominate at this moment in time, they are altering their environment and, at some future point, will become extinct, giving way to dominance by another organism.
    Ex: So far this has only been adopted by four suppliers, but it has so many advantages for the user that it will surely become standard practice in the future.
    Ex: Call it what you want but for future reference it may be best to name it according to its function.
    Ex: In 1973 the Committee accepted cooperation in the Universal Bibliographic Control project as its main task for the years to come.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en el futuro

  • 17 fabuloso

    adj.
    1 fabulous, astonishing, astounding, fantastic.
    2 imaginary, utopical, unrealistic, fantastic.
    * * *
    1 (fantástico) fabulous, fantastic
    2 LITERATURA fabulous, mythical
    * * *
    (f. - fabulosa)
    adj.
    1) fabulous, terrific
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=mítico) mythical, fabulous liter; (=ficticio) fabulous liter, imaginary
    2) * (=maravilloso) fantastic, fabulous
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo ( maravilloso) (fam) fabulous (colloq), fantastic (colloq); (Lit, Mit) mythical, fabulous (liter)
    * * *
    = stunning, terrific, tremendous, fabulous, fabled, dynamite, light fantastic, sizzling, awesome, divine, great.
    Ex. The trends themselves are not hard to anticipate, although the stunning pace of development is often not fully appreciated.
    Ex. However, fiction -- from a public library standpoint, but not from a research or academic standpoint -- is a terrific example of undercataloging.
    Ex. There has been tremendous growth in libraries since then, but, fundamentally, it has been possible to build on the foundation that nineteenth-century heroes constructed.
    Ex. The whole question of the language used in folk stories and the qualities to look for is studied at length by Elizabeth Cook in 'The Ordinary and the fabulous', a book of inexhaustible value to teachers and all those engaged in storytelling and reading aloud.
    Ex. This is one of America's most fabled summer watering holes.
    Ex. Administrators usually do not know that a central serials file is dynamite.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Networking the light fantastic. CD-ROMs on LANs'.
    Ex. He had a sizzling, electric stage presence.
    Ex. In the sometimes frenetic push towards the somewhat awesome concept of Universal Bibliographic Control (UBC), the library needs of the nonscholar are easily overlooked.
    Ex. Her slinky dress was incredibly sexy, the colour was divine on her, plus the gold accessories were the perfect complement.
    Ex. Click on 'add new experience', provide as much details as you can, and let us know why you think they are so great.
    ----
    * pasárselo fabuloso = have + a good time, have + a great time, have + a whale of a time.
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo ( maravilloso) (fam) fabulous (colloq), fantastic (colloq); (Lit, Mit) mythical, fabulous (liter)
    * * *
    = stunning, terrific, tremendous, fabulous, fabled, dynamite, light fantastic, sizzling, awesome, divine, great.

    Ex: The trends themselves are not hard to anticipate, although the stunning pace of development is often not fully appreciated.

    Ex: However, fiction -- from a public library standpoint, but not from a research or academic standpoint -- is a terrific example of undercataloging.
    Ex: There has been tremendous growth in libraries since then, but, fundamentally, it has been possible to build on the foundation that nineteenth-century heroes constructed.
    Ex: The whole question of the language used in folk stories and the qualities to look for is studied at length by Elizabeth Cook in 'The Ordinary and the fabulous', a book of inexhaustible value to teachers and all those engaged in storytelling and reading aloud.
    Ex: This is one of America's most fabled summer watering holes.
    Ex: Administrators usually do not know that a central serials file is dynamite.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'Networking the light fantastic. CD-ROMs on LANs'.
    Ex: He had a sizzling, electric stage presence.
    Ex: In the sometimes frenetic push towards the somewhat awesome concept of Universal Bibliographic Control (UBC), the library needs of the nonscholar are easily overlooked.
    Ex: Her slinky dress was incredibly sexy, the colour was divine on her, plus the gold accessories were the perfect complement.
    Ex: Click on 'add new experience', provide as much details as you can, and let us know why you think they are so great.
    * pasárselo fabuloso = have + a good time, have + a great time, have + a whale of a time.

    * * *
    1 ( fam) (maravilloso) fabulous ( colloq), fantastic ( colloq)
    2 ( Lit, Mit) mythical, fabulous ( liter)
    héroes fabulosos mythical heroes
    * * *

    fabuloso
    ◊ -sa adjetivo ( maravilloso) (fam) fabulous (colloq)

    fabuloso,-a
    I adjetivo
    1 (de la fantasía) fabulous, fictitious
    2 fam (estupendo) fabulous, wonderful: tuvimos unas vacaciones fabulosas, we had a fantastic holiday
    II adv fam lo pasamos fabuloso, we had a great time

    ' fabuloso' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    despeje
    - fabulosa
    - poco
    English:
    fabulous
    * * *
    fabuloso, -a adj
    1. [muy bueno] fabulous, fantastic
    2. [ficticio] mythical
    * * *
    adj fabulous, marvelous, Br
    marvellous
    * * *
    fabuloso, -sa adj
    1) : fabulous, fantastic
    2) : mythical, fabled
    * * *
    fabuloso adj fabulous / fantastic

    Spanish-English dictionary > fabuloso

  • 18 fomentar

    v.
    1 to encourage, to foster.
    2 to promote, to boost, to advance, to be conducive to.
    Ella alienta un ideal She fosters=nurtures an ideal.
    * * *
    1 to promote, encourage, foster
    * * *
    verb
    1) to foster, promote
    * * *
    VT
    1) [+ desarrollo, investigación, ahorro, inversión, participación] to encourage; [+ turismo, industria] to promote, boost; [+ competitividad, producción] to boost; [+ odio, violencia] to foment
    2) (Med) to foment, warm
    3) (=incubar)
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    1) <industria/turismo> to promote; <ahorro/inversión> to encourage, boost; <disturbio/odio> to incite, foment (frml)

    hay que fomentarles el gusto por la músicaone has to foster o encourage an interest in music in them

    2) (Med) to foment
    * * *
    = advance, boost, cultivate, encourage, foster, further, nurture, promote, abet, foment, spur, elicit, stimulate, drive.
    Nota: Verbo irregular: pasado drove, participio driven.
    Ex. In addition to continuing and advancing programs begun prior to his directorship, Mr. Welsh has initiated the Cataloging in Publication program (CIP).
    Ex. If the title is selected by a book club this helps boost the print-run and overall sales.
    Ex. Such familiarity can be cultivated with experience, and will consider the following features of data bases.
    Ex. A common catalogue encourages users to regard the different information carrying media as part of range of media.
    Ex. Among Mr. Welsh's professional activities and accomplishments are his successful efforts to foster an increased two-way communication between LC's Processing Department and his professional colleagues in the field.
    Ex. IFLA's International Office for Universal Bibliographic Control was established in order to further international control of bibliographic records.
    Ex. Studying the leisure reading preferences of teens can help library media specialists develop collections and programs that nurture a lifelong love of reading.
    Ex. Initially, it is necessary that the scheme be published and available for purchase, and that its use is generally promoted.
    Ex. This article questions the pricing policies of some publishers for journals suggesting that librarians have inadvertently aided and abetted them in some cases.
    Ex. The formats that emerge can be used by libraries, publishers, and information utilities worldwide to convert printed works to electronic forms or to create original works in electric format, and thus foment the creation of networked electronic library collections.
    Ex. Spurred by press comments on dumping of withdrawn library books in rubbish skips, Birkerd Library requested the Ministry of Culture's permission to sell withdrawn materials.
    Ex. This article looks at ways in which librarians in leadership roles can elicit the motivation, commitment, and personal investment of members of the organisation.
    Ex. An alertness to work in related fields may stimulate creativity in disseminating ideas from one field of study to another, for both the researcher and the manager.
    Ex. The notation 796.33 is used for sporst involving an inflated ball propelled ( driven) by foot.
    ----
    * fomentar apoyo = build + support.
    * fomentar el conocimiento = advance + knowledge.
    * fomentar el debate = foster + discussion.
    * fomentar el interés = raise + interest, foster + interest.
    * fomentar interés = build + interest.
    * fomentar la competencia = cultivate + competition.
    * fomentar la lectura = promote + reading.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    1) <industria/turismo> to promote; <ahorro/inversión> to encourage, boost; <disturbio/odio> to incite, foment (frml)

    hay que fomentarles el gusto por la músicaone has to foster o encourage an interest in music in them

    2) (Med) to foment
    * * *
    = advance, boost, cultivate, encourage, foster, further, nurture, promote, abet, foment, spur, elicit, stimulate, drive.
    Nota: Verbo irregular: pasado drove, participio driven.

    Ex: In addition to continuing and advancing programs begun prior to his directorship, Mr. Welsh has initiated the Cataloging in Publication program (CIP).

    Ex: If the title is selected by a book club this helps boost the print-run and overall sales.
    Ex: Such familiarity can be cultivated with experience, and will consider the following features of data bases.
    Ex: A common catalogue encourages users to regard the different information carrying media as part of range of media.
    Ex: Among Mr. Welsh's professional activities and accomplishments are his successful efforts to foster an increased two-way communication between LC's Processing Department and his professional colleagues in the field.
    Ex: IFLA's International Office for Universal Bibliographic Control was established in order to further international control of bibliographic records.
    Ex: Studying the leisure reading preferences of teens can help library media specialists develop collections and programs that nurture a lifelong love of reading.
    Ex: Initially, it is necessary that the scheme be published and available for purchase, and that its use is generally promoted.
    Ex: This article questions the pricing policies of some publishers for journals suggesting that librarians have inadvertently aided and abetted them in some cases.
    Ex: The formats that emerge can be used by libraries, publishers, and information utilities worldwide to convert printed works to electronic forms or to create original works in electric format, and thus foment the creation of networked electronic library collections.
    Ex: Spurred by press comments on dumping of withdrawn library books in rubbish skips, Birkerd Library requested the Ministry of Culture's permission to sell withdrawn materials.
    Ex: This article looks at ways in which librarians in leadership roles can elicit the motivation, commitment, and personal investment of members of the organisation.
    Ex: An alertness to work in related fields may stimulate creativity in disseminating ideas from one field of study to another, for both the researcher and the manager.
    Ex: The notation 796.33 is used for sporst involving an inflated ball propelled ( driven) by foot.
    * fomentar apoyo = build + support.
    * fomentar el conocimiento = advance + knowledge.
    * fomentar el debate = foster + discussion.
    * fomentar el interés = raise + interest, foster + interest.
    * fomentar interés = build + interest.
    * fomentar la competencia = cultivate + competition.
    * fomentar la lectura = promote + reading.

    * * *
    fomentar [A1 ]
    vt
    A
    1 ‹industria› to promote; ‹turismo› to promote, encourage, boost; ‹ahorro/inversión› to encourage, boost; ‹disturbio/odio› to incite, foment ( frml)
    hay que fomentarles el gusto por la música one has to foster o encourage an interest in music in them
    2 (fundar) to found
    B ( Med) to foment
    * * *

     

    fomentar ( conjugate fomentar) verbo transitivoindustria/turismo to promote;
    ahorro/inversión to encourage, boost;
    disturbio/odio to incite, foment (frml);
    interés/afición to encourage
    fomentar verbo transitivo to promote
    ' fomentar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    alimentar
    English:
    boost
    - develop
    - encourage
    - foster
    - promote
    - stir up
    - advance
    - whip
    * * *
    1. [favorecer] to encourage, to promote;
    medidas para fomentar el ahorro measures to encourage saving;
    una campaña para fomentar la lectura a campaign to encourage o promote reading
    2. Carib, Méx [organizar] to open, to set up
    * * *
    v/t solidaridad foster; COM promote; rebelión foment, incite
    * * *
    1) : to foment, to stir up
    2) promover: to promote, to foster
    * * *
    fomentar vb to promote

    Spanish-English dictionary > fomentar

  • 19 hacer huella

    (v.) = leave + an impression, touch + Posesivo + life, leave + Posesivo + mark, cut + a swath(e), leave + an imprint, make + an impression
    Ex. The impression left by the two early attempts to create universal bibliographic control was that the creation of one universal source of reference was beyond human resources and resourcefulness.
    Ex. Despite his faults, he still manages to change and touch many people's lives through his infectious laughter.
    Ex. Unfortunately, age and lack of proper care have left their marks on many valuable publications, some of which can no longer be used today.
    Ex. Nilsson's adamantine voice cut a swathe through 20th-century operatic history.
    Ex. Their music redefined rock and roll for an entire generation, leaving an imprint that endures to this day.
    Ex. The reference librarians, by being uninformed, will undoubtedly not make as good an impression on the important city managers.
    * * *
    (v.) = leave + an impression, touch + Posesivo + life, leave + Posesivo + mark, cut + a swath(e), leave + an imprint, make + an impression

    Ex: The impression left by the two early attempts to create universal bibliographic control was that the creation of one universal source of reference was beyond human resources and resourcefulness.

    Ex: Despite his faults, he still manages to change and touch many people's lives through his infectious laughter.
    Ex: Unfortunately, age and lack of proper care have left their marks on many valuable publications, some of which can no longer be used today.
    Ex: Nilsson's adamantine voice cut a swathe through 20th-century operatic history.
    Ex: Their music redefined rock and roll for an entire generation, leaving an imprint that endures to this day.
    Ex: The reference librarians, by being uninformed, will undoubtedly not make as good an impression on the important city managers.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacer huella

  • 20 hacer mella

    v.
    to have an effect, to have consequence, to have consequences, to affect.
    * * *
    (v.) = take + Posesivo + toll (on), leave + an impression, touch + Posesivo + life, leave + Posesivo + mark, cut + a swath(e), leave + an imprint, make + an impression, hit + home
    Ex. The pressures which modern society puts on all its members are great and those pressures take their toll.
    Ex. The impression left by the two early attempts to create universal bibliographic control was that the creation of one universal source of reference was beyond human resources and resourcefulness.
    Ex. Despite his faults, he still manages to change and touch many people's lives through his infectious laughter.
    Ex. Unfortunately, age and lack of proper care have left their marks on many valuable publications, some of which can no longer be used today.
    Ex. Nilsson's adamantine voice cut a swathe through 20th-century operatic history.
    Ex. Their music redefined rock and roll for an entire generation, leaving an imprint that endures to this day.
    Ex. The reference librarians, by being uninformed, will undoubtedly not make as good an impression on the important city managers.
    Ex. With our students, with our employees, the stress of the pulp and paper mill's shutdown is starting to hit home.
    * * *
    (v.) = take + Posesivo + toll (on), leave + an impression, touch + Posesivo + life, leave + Posesivo + mark, cut + a swath(e), leave + an imprint, make + an impression, hit + home

    Ex: The pressures which modern society puts on all its members are great and those pressures take their toll.

    Ex: The impression left by the two early attempts to create universal bibliographic control was that the creation of one universal source of reference was beyond human resources and resourcefulness.
    Ex: Despite his faults, he still manages to change and touch many people's lives through his infectious laughter.
    Ex: Unfortunately, age and lack of proper care have left their marks on many valuable publications, some of which can no longer be used today.
    Ex: Nilsson's adamantine voice cut a swathe through 20th-century operatic history.
    Ex: Their music redefined rock and roll for an entire generation, leaving an imprint that endures to this day.
    Ex: The reference librarians, by being uninformed, will undoubtedly not make as good an impression on the important city managers.
    Ex: With our students, with our employees, the stress of the pulp and paper mill's shutdown is starting to hit home.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacer mella

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