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  • 381 sesgo

    m.
    1 slant.
    2 course, path (rumbo).
    3 bias.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: sesgar.
    * * *
    2 figurado (curso) slant, turn
    \
    al sesgo COSTURA on the bias
    tomar un sesgo favorable / tomar un sesgo desfavorable figurado to take a turn for the better / take a turn for the worse
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    SM
    1) (=inclinación) slant
    2) (=torcimiento) warp, twist
    3) (Cos) bias
    4) (Téc) bevel
    5) (=dirección) direction
    6) * (=truco) dodge *
    * * *
    1)
    a) ( de falda) bias
    b) ( diagonal)

    al sesgo — crosswise, diagonally

    2) (tendencia, enfoque) bias, slant; ( rumbo) direction
    * * *
    = bent, bias [biases, -pl.], skewness, skew, taint, tilt, slant.
    Ex. This factor was a constant theme especially in those programmes with a highly technical bent.
    Ex. The place of publication may also warn of biases in approach or differences in terminology that arise in the text.
    Ex. This skewness implies that there will always be a large fraction of uncited publications.
    Ex. The results shows that the new algorithm performs better than existing algorithms for a wide degree of skew.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'The classification of literature in the Dewey Decimal Classification: the primacy of language and the taint of colonialism' = El artículo se titula "La clasificación de la literatura en la Clasificación Decimal de Dewey: la primacía del lenguaje y el daño del colonialismo".
    Ex. This has contributed to a tilt toward English-language publications in Web of Science.
    Ex. The 7th edition of CC is due to appear in 1971, and Ranganathan has given an extensive preview in an article in Library Science with a slant to documentation, cited at the end of this chapter.
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    * sesgo de género = gender bias.
    * * *
    1)
    a) ( de falda) bias
    b) ( diagonal)

    al sesgo — crosswise, diagonally

    2) (tendencia, enfoque) bias, slant; ( rumbo) direction
    * * *
    = bent, bias [biases, -pl.], skewness, skew, taint, tilt, slant.

    Ex: This factor was a constant theme especially in those programmes with a highly technical bent.

    Ex: The place of publication may also warn of biases in approach or differences in terminology that arise in the text.
    Ex: This skewness implies that there will always be a large fraction of uncited publications.
    Ex: The results shows that the new algorithm performs better than existing algorithms for a wide degree of skew.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'The classification of literature in the Dewey Decimal Classification: the primacy of language and the taint of colonialism' = El artículo se titula "La clasificación de la literatura en la Clasificación Decimal de Dewey: la primacía del lenguaje y el daño del colonialismo".
    Ex: This has contributed to a tilt toward English-language publications in Web of Science.
    Ex: The 7th edition of CC is due to appear in 1971, and Ranganathan has given an extensive preview in an article in Library Science with a slant to documentation, cited at the end of this chapter.
    * sesgo de género = gender bias.

    * * *
    A
    se corta al sesgo you cut it on the bias
    2
    (diagonal): al sesgo crosswise, diagonally
    B
    1 (tendencia, enfoque) bias, slant
    la conferencia tuvo un sesgo marcadamente político the lecture had a markedly political slant o bias, the lecture was markedly political
    2 (rumbo) direction
    no me gusta el sesgo que está tomando el asunto I don't like the direction this is taking o the way this is going
    * * *

    Del verbo sesgar: ( conjugate sesgar)

    sesgo es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    sesgó es:

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) pretérito indicativo

    Multiple Entries:
    sesgar    
    sesgo
    sesgar verbo transitivo
    1 (cortar en diagonal) to cut on the bias
    (poner en diagonal) to slant
    2 (un punto de vista, una opinión) to slant
    sesgo sustantivo masculino
    1 (cariz, rumbo) turn
    2 (enfoque) slant
    ' sesgo' also found in these entries:
    English:
    slant
    * * *
    sesgo nm
    1. [oblicuidad] slant;
    al sesgo [en diagonal] on a slant;
    [costura] on the bias
    2. [rumbo] course, path;
    preocupa el sesgo que está tomando el conflicto the conflict has taken a worrying turn
    * * *
    m fig
    bias
    * * *
    sesgo nm
    : bias

    Spanish-English dictionary > sesgo

  • 382 si1

    = if, if only, to the extent that, whether, should, to the degree that.
    Ex. If our data are going to be used in other countries, we have to remember that English users would prefer standard English.
    Ex. A large proportion of the earth's population has not yet recognized the enormous advantages that would accrue if only everybody spoke English.
    Ex. A future with online catalogues will still require analytical entries, to the extent that records need to contain notes of contents of works.
    Ex. The question I will address is whether our acting on what I believe to be an invalid assumption provides valid cataloging.
    Ex. Should they have misjudged the availability of such a source, they can anticipate alternate approaches.
    Ex. To the degree that this argument is true, it paints a rather pessimistic picture of the quality of much published research.
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    * ¿y si... ? = what if... ?.
    * como si = as though.
    * como si nada = unfazed.
    * como si (se tratase de) = as if.
    * como si tal cosa = unfazed, just like that.
    * comprobar si el contenido de un vídeo es adecuado o no = vet + video.
    * con respecto a si... o... = as to whether... or....
    * cuando..., si es que... = if and when.
    * ¿de dónde si no...? = where else...?.
    * no importa si... o = no matter whether... or.
    * o si no = or else.
    * porque sí = for the love of it.
    * por si = in the chance that.
    * por si acaso = in case of, on the off chance, just in case, on spec.
    * por si casualidad = in the chance that.
    * por si fuera poco = to add salt to injury, to rub salt in the wound.
    * por si las moscas = just in case, on spec.
    * por si sirve de algo = for what it's worth [FWIW].
    * ¿qué ocurre si... ? = what if... ?.
    * ¿qué pasa si... ? = what if... ?.
    * ¿qué sucede si... ? = what if... ?.
    * ¿quién si no...? = who else but...?.
    * si acaso = if ever, if at all, if and when.
    * si alguna vez lo fue = if it ever was.
    * si así lo desean = should they so wish, should they so wish.
    * si así lo prefieres = if you will.
    * si bien = admittedly.
    * si bien es cierto que = albeit (that).
    * si bien se mira = all things considered.
    * si contiene alguno = if any.
    * si corresponde = if applicable.
    * si Dios quiere = God willing.
    * si el tiempo lo permite = weather permitting.
    * si es así = if so, if this is the case.
    * si es necesario = if need be.
    * si eso no es posible = failing that/these.
    * si es posible = if at all possible, if at all feasible, if possible.
    * si es que sucede alguna vez = if ever.
    * si éste es el caso = if this is the case.
    * si éste no es el caso = if this is not the case.
    * si existe alguno = if any.
    * si fuera pertinente = if applicable.
    * si fuese pertinente = if applicable.
    * si hace buen tiempo = weather permitting.
    * si hay tiempo = time permitting.
    * si + Infinitivo + o no = whether or not to + Infinitivo.
    * si las miradas mataran... = if looks could kill....
    * si los comparamos = in comparison.
    * si mal no + Pronombre + acordarse = to the best of + Posesivo + recollection.
    * si mi olfato no me engaña = if my hunch is right, if I am not mistaken.
    * si no = if not.
    * si no aguantas el calor, sal de la cocina = if you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen.
    * si no es así = if this is not the case.
    * si no estoy equivocado = if my hunch is right, if I am not mistaken.
    * si no fuera así = if it were not.
    * si no hay ningún contratiempo = all being well.
    * si no intervienen otros factores = ceteris paribus.
    * si no intervienen otros factores = all (other) things being equal.
    * si no lo impide el tiempo = weather permitting.
    * si no me equivoco = AFAIK (as far as I know).
    * si no ocurre ningún imprevisto = all (other) things being equal.
    * si no + Pronombre + fallar la memoria = to the best of + Posesivo + recollection.
    * si nos detenemos a reflexionar sobre ello = on reflection.
    * si no te gusta, te aguantas = like it or lump it, if you don't like it you can lump it, if you don't like it you can lump it.
    * si procede = if applicable, if appropriate.
    * si queda tiempo = time permitting.
    * si + se + Indicativo = if + Participio Pasado.
    * si se llega a un acuerdo = subject to + agreement.
    * si se necesita = if need be.
    * si se parece a un pato, anda como un pato y grazna como un pato, entonces es = If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it must be a duck.
    * si se quiere que + Nombre + sea = if + Nombre + be + to be.
    * si + SER + Adjetivo = if + Adjetivo.
    * si + ser + posible = whenever possible, when possible.
    * si sigue así = at this rate.
    * si todo sigue igual = all (other) things being equal.
    * si todo va bien = all being well.
    * si todo va de acuerdo a lo planeado = all (other) things being equal.
    * si vamos a eso = for that matter.

    Spanish-English dictionary > si1

  • 383 sistematización

    f.
    systematization, systemization, set of standard procedures.
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    * * *
    = systematisation [systematization, -USA], systematising [systematizing, -USA].
    Ex. To investigate the kind of retrieval system suitable to a subject area the vocabulary of which is complex but both demands a high degree of systematisation.
    Ex. This illustrates the diversity of information resources in the field of aging and the complexity of the systematising of such diverse material for the information seeker.
    * * *
    = systematisation [systematization, -USA], systematising [systematizing, -USA].

    Ex: To investigate the kind of retrieval system suitable to a subject area the vocabulary of which is complex but both demands a high degree of systematisation.

    Ex: This illustrates the diversity of information resources in the field of aging and the complexity of the systematising of such diverse material for the information seeker.

    * * *
    systematization
    * * *
    systematization

    Spanish-English dictionary > sistematización

  • 384 snowboarder

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    Ex. With the increase in the number of snowboarders, the degree of conflict situations with skiers seems likely to increase at winter resorts.
    * * *

    Ex: With the increase in the number of snowboarders, the degree of conflict situations with skiers seems likely to increase at winter resorts.

    * * *
    /eˈsnoborder/
    snowboarder

    Spanish-English dictionary > snowboarder

  • 385 solidificación

    f.
    solidification.
    * * *
    1 solidification
    * * *
    SF solidification, hardening
    * * *
    femenino solidification
    * * *
    Ex. The author's theory of cultural congealment is clarified by abandoning the term 'point of congealment' and substituting for it 'degree of congealment'.
    * * *
    femenino solidification
    * * *

    Ex: The author's theory of cultural congealment is clarified by abandoning the term 'point of congealment' and substituting for it 'degree of congealment'.

    * * *
    solidification
    * * *
    solidification
    * * *
    f solidification

    Spanish-English dictionary > solidificación

  • 386 sortear un pregunta

    (v.) = field + question
    Ex. Questions concerning stock, hours, staffing and so on cannot be fielded at random, nor with any degree of authority, if institutional priorities are not solidly in place.
    * * *
    (v.) = field + question

    Ex: Questions concerning stock, hours, staffing and so on cannot be fielded at random, nor with any degree of authority, if institutional priorities are not solidly in place.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sortear un pregunta

  • 387 subespecialización universitaria

    (n.) = minor
    Ex. Results show that while there is a broad range of college majors and minors, 40% majored in either History or English, 28% have a second master's degree, and 3.7% hold a doctorate.
    * * *
    (n.) = minor

    Ex: Results show that while there is a broad range of college majors and minors, 40% majored in either History or English, 28% have a second master's degree, and 3.7% hold a doctorate.

    Spanish-English dictionary > subespecialización universitaria

  • 388 superior2

    2 = better, high [higher -comp., highest -sup.], higher, pre-eminent [preeminent], superior, upper, heightened, enriched, high-end, preemptive [pre-emptive], top-tier [top tier].
    Ex. Some degree of ignorance of this kind is not unusual since the usual objective in consulting an information source is to become better informed.
    Ex. Lower specificity will be associated with lower precision but high recall.
    Ex. Relief must be secured from the laborious detailed manipulation of higher mathematics as well, if the users of it are to free their brains for something more than repetitive detailed transformations.
    Ex. Often it is this factor which is pre-eminent in a decision to provide an in-house bulletin.
    Ex. Superior cataloguing may result, since more consistency and closer adherence to standard codes are likely to emerge with cataloguers who spend all of their time cataloguing, than with a librarian who tackles cataloguing as one of various professional tasks.
    Ex. The upper and lower limits for the value are first entered.
    Ex. The heightened level of community awareness has led some local authorities to take the initiative and to become information disseminators in their own right.
    Ex. Union Catalogues may also decide that they need more enriched records because of specific needs.
    Ex. The system provides extensive map facilities which until now have been available only on high-end hypermedia systems like Intermedia.
    Ex. Coincidentally there has emerged a pre-emptive new technology for the storage, handling and transmission of information, potentially better suited to the convenience of users.
    Ex. It is much to the credit of the British government that in the current reorganisation of local government it has insisted that public libraries be controlled by the top-tier authorities, those responsible for education and other major services.
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    * biblioteca de institución de enseñanza superior = tertiary library.
    * borde superior = top edge.
    * compartimento superior = overhead bin, overhead locker.
    * contra fuerzas superiores = against (all/the) odds.
    * cubierta superior = upper deck.
    * de calidad superior = best-quality.
    * de la parte superior = topmost [top most].
    * demostrar ser superior = prove + superior.
    * de nivel superior = upper-level, higher-level.
    * de una clase social superior = above + Posesivo + class.
    * educación superior = higher education.
    * en la parte superior = at the top, uppermost, uppermost.
    * enseñanza superior = higher education, higher learning, tertiary education.
    * Espacio Europeo para la Educación Superior (EEES) = European Space for Higher Education (ESHE).
    * esquina superior derecha = upper right corner, upper right-hand corner.
    * esquina superior izquierda = top left corner, upper left corner, top left-hand corner.
    * extremidades superiores = upper extremities, upper limbs.
    * hacer superior = give + Nombre + an edge.
    * institución de enseñanza superior = tertiary institution.
    * institución de enseñanza superior no universitaria = college of higher education.
    * la parte superior izquierda de = the upper left of.
    * límite superior = upper bound.
    * madre superiora = abbess, Mother Superior.
    * mandíbula superior = maxilla [maxillae, -pl.], upper jaw.
    * margen superior = top margin.
    * maxilar superior = maxilla [maxillae, -pl.], upper jaw.
    * miembros superiores = upper extremities, upper limbs.
    * nivel superior = top layer.
    * paleolítico superior, el = Upper Palaeolithic.
    * parte superior = top, topside.
    * pensamiento de orden superior = higher-order thinking.
    * primer año de estudios superiores = freshman year.
    * quijada superior = upper jaw.
    * relativo a la enseñanza superior = tertiary.
    * ser muy superior a los demás = be way above all the others.
    * ser muy superior a los otros = be way above all the others.
    * ser superior = supreme being, higher being, superior being.
    * superior al 10 por ciento = double digit.
    * superior a los demás = a cut above the rest, a cut above.
    * término superior = top term, TT.
    * título superior = advanced degree.

    Spanish-English dictionary > superior2

  • 389 superpotencia

    f.
    1 superpower.
    2 powerful nation, superpower, world power.
    * * *
    1 superpower
    * * *
    SF superpower, great power
    * * *
    femenino superpower
    * * *
    = superpower, great power.
    Ex. This volume comes at a time when increasingly frequent criticisms have been leveled at superpower nations for their diminished interest in problems in Africa.
    Ex. The book 'Gibraltar: Apple of Discord' discusses the degree to which the status of Gibraltar has been determined by rivalries between the great powers.
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    * superpotencia industrial = industrial superpower.
    * * *
    femenino superpower
    * * *
    = superpower, great power.

    Ex: This volume comes at a time when increasingly frequent criticisms have been leveled at superpower nations for their diminished interest in problems in Africa.

    Ex: The book 'Gibraltar: Apple of Discord' discusses the degree to which the status of Gibraltar has been determined by rivalries between the great powers.
    * superpotencia industrial = industrial superpower.

    * * *
    superpower
    * * *

    superpotencia sustantivo femenino
    superpower
    superpotencia f Pol Mil superpower
    la URSS era una superpotencia, the USSR used to be a superpower
    ' superpotencia' also found in these entries:
    English:
    superpower
    * * *
    superpower
    * * *
    f POL superpower
    * * *
    : superpower

    Spanish-English dictionary > superpotencia

  • 390 supremacía racial

    (n.) = racial supremacism, racial supremacy
    Ex. Given the impersonal nature of the Internet, there exists a certain degree of danger that otherwise ordinary citizens will become more susceptible to the ideology of racial supremacism.
    Ex. There has been a shift from overt ideologies of racial supremacy to more subtle symbolic narratives purporting to be colour-blind.
    * * *
    (n.) = racial supremacism, racial supremacy

    Ex: Given the impersonal nature of the Internet, there exists a certain degree of danger that otherwise ordinary citizens will become more susceptible to the ideology of racial supremacism.

    Ex: There has been a shift from overt ideologies of racial supremacy to more subtle symbolic narratives purporting to be colour-blind.

    Spanish-English dictionary > supremacía racial

  • 391 tarea bibliotecaria

    (n.) = library operation, library task, library function, library duty, library process
    Ex. Rejuvenation of listless, stagnant, or failing library operations is possible through renewal methods dependent on strengthening the communication function.
    Ex. The project is concerned with the investigation of conditions of appointment for women librarians as well as the grades and salary scales assigned to library tasks.
    Ex. The survey aimed to ascertain the degree of computerisation of any and all library functions in any type of school-related setting.
    Ex. Library duties discussed include book selection and counter work of various types = Las tareas bibliotecarias que se discuten incluyen la selección de libros y el trabajo de mostrador de diversos tipos.
    Ex. Part 1 deals with library processes, including selection, checking and claiming, cataloguing and jettisoning.
    * * *
    (n.) = library operation, library task, library function, library duty, library process

    Ex: Rejuvenation of listless, stagnant, or failing library operations is possible through renewal methods dependent on strengthening the communication function.

    Ex: The project is concerned with the investigation of conditions of appointment for women librarians as well as the grades and salary scales assigned to library tasks.
    Ex: The survey aimed to ascertain the degree of computerisation of any and all library functions in any type of school-related setting.
    Ex: Library duties discussed include book selection and counter work of various types = Las tareas bibliotecarias que se discuten incluyen la selección de libros y el trabajo de mostrador de diversos tipos.
    Ex: Part 1 deals with library processes, including selection, checking and claiming, cataloguing and jettisoning.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tarea bibliotecaria

  • 392 tendencia de agrupamiento

    Ex. This article describes 3 methods -- the overlap test, the nearest neighbour test, and the density test -- which can be used to measure the degree of clustering tendency in a set of documents.
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    Ex: This article describes 3 methods -- the overlap test, the nearest neighbour test, and the density test -- which can be used to measure the degree of clustering tendency in a set of documents.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tendencia de agrupamiento

  • 393 tendencia de clustering

    Ex. This article describes 3 methods -- the overlap test, the nearest neighbour test, and the density test -- which can be used to measure the degree of clustering tendency in a set of documents.
    * * *

    Ex: This article describes 3 methods -- the overlap test, the nearest neighbour test, and the density test -- which can be used to measure the degree of clustering tendency in a set of documents.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tendencia de clustering

  • 394 tener expectativas

    (v.) = hold + expectations, have + expectations
    Ex. The main question investigated is whether there are differences in the expectations that academics hold of information services provided by academic libraries.
    Ex. The project investigated how library users are using the OPAC, their degree of success and failure and what expectations they have of computer terminals.
    * * *
    (v.) = hold + expectations, have + expectations

    Ex: The main question investigated is whether there are differences in the expectations that academics hold of information services provided by academic libraries.

    Ex: The project investigated how library users are using the OPAC, their degree of success and failure and what expectations they have of computer terminals.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tener expectativas

  • 395 terminar los estudios

    (v.) = graduate
    Ex. He was awarded the bachelor's degree, magna cum laude, from Harvard University, and he attended Rutgers Library School where he graduated first in his class.
    * * *
    (v.) = graduate

    Ex: He was awarded the bachelor's degree, magna cum laude, from Harvard University, and he attended Rutgers Library School where he graduated first in his class.

    Spanish-English dictionary > terminar los estudios

  • 396 tesis

    f. s.&pl.
    1 thesis.
    2 tenet, opinion.
    * * *
    1 thesis
    2 (opinión) view, theory
    \
    sostener una tesis to maintain a theory
    tesis doctoral doctoral thesis
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    SF INV
    1) (Univ) thesis

    tesis doctoral — doctoral thesis, doctoral dissertation (EEUU), PhD thesis

    2) (Fil) thesis
    3) (=teoría)
    * * *
    a) (Educ, Fil) thesis
    b) ( opinión)
    * * *
    = dissertation, thesis [theses, -pl.], claim.
    Ex. The bibliographic data bases allow the searcher to retrieve references to work that has appeared in documents such as journal articles, conference papers, books, dissertations, patents and technical reports.
    Ex. A thesis is a document which reports the author's research and findings and which is submitted by him in support of his candidature for a degree or professional qualification.
    Ex. The final justification is to be found in the claim that SLIS provide a form of information education that is not provided elsewhere.
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    * apoyar una tesis = give + weight to the claim that.
    * defensa de tesis = dissertation defence, thesis defence.
    * director de tesis = PhD supervisor, dissertation adviser, dissertation supervisor, thesis supervisor, thesis adviser, research supervisor.
    * dirigir una tesis = supervise + dissertation, supervise + thesis.
    * tesis de máster = master's dissertation, master's thesis.
    * tesis doctoral = doctoral dissertation, PhD dissertation, Phd thesis (Ph.D. thesis), doctoral thesis.
    * * *
    a) (Educ, Fil) thesis
    b) ( opinión)
    * * *
    = dissertation, thesis [theses, -pl.], claim.

    Ex: The bibliographic data bases allow the searcher to retrieve references to work that has appeared in documents such as journal articles, conference papers, books, dissertations, patents and technical reports.

    Ex: A thesis is a document which reports the author's research and findings and which is submitted by him in support of his candidature for a degree or professional qualification.
    Ex: The final justification is to be found in the claim that SLIS provide a form of information education that is not provided elsewhere.
    * apoyar una tesis = give + weight to the claim that.
    * defensa de tesis = dissertation defence, thesis defence.
    * director de tesis = PhD supervisor, dissertation adviser, dissertation supervisor, thesis supervisor, thesis adviser, research supervisor.
    * dirigir una tesis = supervise + dissertation, supervise + thesis.
    * tesis de máster = master's dissertation, master's thesis.
    * tesis doctoral = doctoral dissertation, PhD dissertation, Phd thesis (Ph.D. thesis), doctoral thesis.

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    (pl tesis)
    1 ( Educ) thesis
    2
    (opinión): los dos sostienen la misma tesis they are both of the same opinion, they both hold the same view
    esto confirma la tesis inicial de la policía this confirms the police's initial theory
    3 ( Fil) thesis
    Compuesto:
    doctoral thesis
    * * *

     

    tesis sustantivo femenino (pl
    tesis)

    a) (Educ, Fil) thesis;


    b) ( opinión):


    esto confirma la tesis inicial this confirms the initial theory
    tesis f inv
    1 (opinión) theory: según tu tesis, todos estamos acomplejados, in your view, everybody has a complex
    las tesis liberales, liberal theories
    2 Univ thesis
    ' tesis' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    laguna
    - tema
    - verde
    - completo
    - consistente
    - dirigir
    - folio
    - insostenible
    - leer
    English:
    abstract
    - argue
    - dissertation
    - thesis
    - plod
    * * *
    tesis nf inv
    1. [teoría, idea] view, thesis;
    defiende la tesis de que… he holds the view that…;
    es una tesis muy interesante that's a very interesting theory;
    novela de tesis novel with a message, didactic novel
    2. Filosofía thesis;
    tesis, antítesis y síntesis thesis, antithesis and synthesis
    3. Educ thesis;
    leer la tesis ≈ to have one's viva (voce), US to defend one's dissertation
    tesis doctoral doctoral o PhD thesis
    * * *
    f inv thesis
    * * *
    tesis nfs & pl
    : thesis

    Spanish-English dictionary > tesis

  • 397 tetraplegia

    Ex. Another condition is quadriplegia -- a degree of paralysis in all four extremities such as arms and legs.
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    Ex: Another condition is quadriplegia -- a degree of paralysis in all four extremities such as arms and legs.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tetraplegia

  • 398 tierra desconocida

    Ex. Literacy work is to some degree something of a ' terra incognita' for librarians.
    * * *

    Ex: Literacy work is to some degree something of a ' terra incognita' for librarians.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tierra desconocida

  • 399 tinglado

    m.
    1 shed (cobertizo).
    2 platform.
    3 fuss.
    * * *
    2 (tablado) platform, raised floor
    4 figurado (intriga) intrigue
    5 figurado (mundillo) setup, racket, business
    \
    conocer el tinglado familiar to know the setup
    manejar el tinglado familiar to pull the strings
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=tablado) platform; (=cobertizo) shed
    2) * (=sistema) set-up

    montar el tinglado — to get going, set up in business

    3) (=intriga) plot, intrigue; (=truco) trick
    4) (=follón) mess
    * * *
    1) ( tablado) platform; ( cobertizo) shed; ( puesto) stall
    2) (Esp fam)
    a) ( montaje) set-up (colloq)
    b) (embrollo, lío) mess
    c) ( asunto turbio) racket (colloq)
    * * *
    = racket.
    Ex. He says the library science degree is a racket; that there's nothing taught in library school that can't be better learned on the job.
    ----
    * desbaratar el tinglado = upset + the applecart.
    * todo el tinglado = the whole works, the whole shebang, everything and the kitchen sink, the whole enchilada, the whole (kit and) caboodle, the whole nine yards, the whole shooting match, the whole banana, lock, stock and barrel.
    * * *
    1) ( tablado) platform; ( cobertizo) shed; ( puesto) stall
    2) (Esp fam)
    a) ( montaje) set-up (colloq)
    b) (embrollo, lío) mess
    c) ( asunto turbio) racket (colloq)
    * * *

    Ex: He says the library science degree is a racket; that there's nothing taught in library school that can't be better learned on the job.

    * desbaratar el tinglado = upset + the applecart.
    * todo el tinglado = the whole works, the whole shebang, everything and the kitchen sink, the whole enchilada, the whole (kit and) caboodle, the whole nine yards, the whole shooting match, the whole banana, lock, stock and barrel.

    * * *
    1 (tablado) platform; (cobertizo) shed; (puesto) stall
    2 (montaje) set-up ( colloq)
    se ha metido en el tinglado de la droga he's got(ten) involved in drugs o ( colloq) in the drugs racket
    todo el tinglado ( fam); the whole business o caboodle ( colloq)
    3
    (enredo): un tinglado de callejuelas a maze of alleyways
    un tinglado de cables a tangle of wires
    * * *

    tinglado sustantivo masculino
    1 fam fig (enredo, lío) mess
    2 fam fig (negocio sucio) racket
    3 (plataforma, tarima) platform
    ' tinglado' also found in these entries:
    English:
    set-up
    - racket
    * * *
    1. [armazón] platform;
    Fam
    todo el tinglado the whole caboodle
    2. Fam [desorden] chaos;
    ¡qué tinglado de papeles tengo en la mesa! I've got such a clutter o jumble of papers on my desk!;
    armaron un tinglado terrible para cambiar la instalación eléctrica they made a real meal out of rewiring the house
    3. Fam [asunto] business;
    tienen montado un tinglado extraño esos dos those two are up to some sort of funny business;
    dirigir o [m5] manejar el tinglado to rule the roost
    4. [cobertizo] shed
    * * *
    m
    mess
    2 ( maquinación) set-up, racket

    Spanish-English dictionary > tinglado

  • 400 tipo1

    1 = category, class, degree, form, kind, nature, sort, type, ilk, stripe.
    Ex. For some categories of materials it can be difficult to distinguish publishers from distributors and/or producers.
    Ex. The following highlights are what this first class of Fellows recall of their time overseas.
    Ex. This degree of standardisation is not the pattern outside of this specific area of application.
    Ex. It is under the chosen form of heading that the catalogue entry for a particular document is filed and hence located.
    Ex. Document descriptions may be drafted for a wide variety of different kinds of library material, but some common principles can be established.
    Ex. Since all of the headings are alphabetical words, it is possible to interfile entries regardless of the nature of their heading.
    Ex. Thoughts of this sort kept running about like clockwork mice in his head, while the murmur of chatter filled the room and outside dusk had yielded to black night.
    Ex. There are a number of types of abstracts or labels that can be applied to abstracts.
    Ex. Perhaps she would be well advised to read that book and others of its ilk to see if she could learn something about surviving in the corporate world.
    Ex. The field of computational linguistics is exciting insomuch as it permits linguists of different stripes to model language behaviour.
    ----
    * algún tipo de = some, some sort of.
    * algún tipo de + Nombre = one kind of + Nombre + or another.
    * almuerzo tipo bufé = lunch buffet, buffet lunch.
    * asociación de compradores de un tipo de productos = consumers union.
    * con todo tipo de comodidades = with all mods and cons.
    * con todo tipo de lujos = with all mods and cons.
    * contra todo (tipo) de riesgo = against all risks.
    * de algún tipo = of some description.
    * de algún tipo u otro = of some sort.
    * de cierto tipo = of a sort, of sorts.
    * de cualquier tipo = in any way [in anyway], in all forms.
    * de diversos tipos = of one type or another, of one sort or another, of one kind or another.
    * de diverso tipo = of one type or another, of one sort or another, of one kind or another.
    * del mismo tipo que las oficinas = office-type.
    * de tipo general = broad scoped.
    * de tipo medio = middle-range.
    * de todos los tipos = of all stripes.
    * de todo tipo = of all sorts, of every sort, of all stripes, of all shapes and sizes.
    * de un tipo u otro = of one type or another, of one sort or another, of one kind or another, of some description.
    * de varios tipos = multitype [multi-type].
    * diabetes del tipo 2 = type 2 diabetes.
    * el tipo de = the range of.
    * ese tipo de cosas = that sort of thing.
    * este tipo de = such.
    * este tipo de cosas = this sort of thing.
    * examen tipo test = multiple choice test.
    * existen de muchos tipos = come in + many guises.
    * gente de todo tipo = people from all walks of life.
    * haber de muchos tipos = come in + all/many (sorts of) shapes and sizes.
    * haber de muy diversos tipos = come in + all/many (sorts of) shapes and sizes.
    * identidad clase-tipo = type-token identity.
    * índice permutado del tipo KWIC = KWICed index.
    * mismo tipo de = same range of.
    * necesitar tomar cierto tipo de decisiones = require + judgement.
    * Nombre + de este tipo = such + Nombre.
    * para todo tipo de tiempo = all-weather.
    * pregunta tipo test = multiple choice question.
    * que combina diferentes tipos de re = multi-source [multi source].
    * recorte de los tipos de interés = rate cut, interest-rate cut.
    * reducción de los tipos de interés = interest-rate cut.
    * reducción de tipo impositivo = tax abatement.
    * relación clase-tipo = type-token ratio.
    * ser de un tipo diferente = be different in kind, differ in + kind (from).
    * sin ningún tipo de restricciones = no holds barred.
    * sistema bibliotecario de bibliotecas de un sólo tipo = single-type library system.
    * sistema bibliotecario de bibliotecas de varios tipos = multitype library system.
    * subida de los tipos de interés = rate increase, interest-rate increase.
    * tipo de cambio = exchange rate, rate of exchange.
    * tipo de cuidado = nasty piece of work.
    * tipo de gravamen = tax rate.
    * tipo de gravamen marginal = marginal tax rate.
    * tipo de impuestos = band of taxation.
    * tipo de interés = interest rate.
    * tipo de interés base = base rate, prime rate.
    * tipo de interés preferente = base rate, prime rate.
    * tipo de persona = public.
    * tipo de resumen = abstracting format.
    * tipo de servicio = style of service.
    * tipo fiscal = tax rate.
    * tipo fiscal marginal = marginal tax rate.
    * tipo impositivo = income tax bracket, tax rate, tax bracket.
    * tipo impositivo marginal = marginal tax rate.
    * tipo noticias = news-type.
    * tipo preferencial = preferential rate.
    * tipo preferente = preferential rate.
    * tipo publicitario = display type.
    * tipos como = the likes of.
    * tipos de búsqueda = retrieval facilities, search facilities.
    * tipos reducción de los tipos de interés = rate cut.
    * tipo televisor = television-type.
    * todo tipo de = all sorts of, all manner of.
    * todo tipo de gustos = all shades of opinion.
    * un tipo de = a kind of.
    * variación de los tipos de cambio = exchange rate change.
    * y todo este tipo de cosas = and all this sort of thing.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tipo1

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