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academic achievement

  • 1 acelerado

    adj.
    1 accelerated, fast-pace, fast, quick.
    2 frenetic, hyperactive.
    f. & m.
    hothead.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: acelerar.
    * * *
    1→ link=acelerar acelerar
    1 accelerated, fast, quick
    * * *
    (f. - acelerada)
    adj.
    intensive, accelerated
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    ADJ
    1) (=rápido) [avance, crecimiento, ritmo] rapid
    2) [curso] intensive, crash antes de s
    3) * [persona] hyper *
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    1) < curso> intensive, crash (before n)
    2) (fam) < persona> nervous
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    = exponential, rushed, quickened, fast-paced [fast paced], hurry up, rapid paced, accelerated.
    Ex. Information technology continues to develop at an exponential rate.
    Ex. Leforte could usually identify those footsteps easily; but today they sounded more rushed that what could normally be expected from the cataloging head.
    Ex. For a storyteller preparation is like rehearsal for an orchestra; there will be passages that need emphasis, and some that need a slow pace, others that need a quickened tempo, and so on = La preparación de un narrador de cuentos es como el ensayo de una orquesta; habrá pasajes que necesiten énfasis, otros un ritmo lento, otros un ritmo acelerado, etcétera.
    Ex. Access to current, reliable quality news is an important need in the fast-paced environment of all large corporations and service organisations.
    Ex. A library, even a small one in a home or a public place takes us out of our noisy, hurry up, present-minded lives and into what Keats called the world of 'silence and slow time'.
    Ex. This is a rapid paced, 30 minute session that introduces students to the concept of a search strategy and to various reference sources in print.
    Ex. The author locates the waning educational computing craze in the historical context of an ed-tech trajectory that has brought visions of accelerated academic achievement followed by disappointment.
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    * crecimiento acelerado = rising tide.
    * curso acelerado = crash course.
    * de ritmo muy acelerado = hard-driving.
    * programa acelerado = crash program(me).
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    1) < curso> intensive, crash (before n)
    2) (fam) < persona> nervous
    * * *
    = exponential, rushed, quickened, fast-paced [fast paced], hurry up, rapid paced, accelerated.

    Ex: Information technology continues to develop at an exponential rate.

    Ex: Leforte could usually identify those footsteps easily; but today they sounded more rushed that what could normally be expected from the cataloging head.
    Ex: For a storyteller preparation is like rehearsal for an orchestra; there will be passages that need emphasis, and some that need a slow pace, others that need a quickened tempo, and so on = La preparación de un narrador de cuentos es como el ensayo de una orquesta; habrá pasajes que necesiten énfasis, otros un ritmo lento, otros un ritmo acelerado, etcétera.
    Ex: Access to current, reliable quality news is an important need in the fast-paced environment of all large corporations and service organisations.
    Ex: A library, even a small one in a home or a public place takes us out of our noisy, hurry up, present-minded lives and into what Keats called the world of 'silence and slow time'.
    Ex: This is a rapid paced, 30 minute session that introduces students to the concept of a search strategy and to various reference sources in print.
    Ex: The author locates the waning educational computing craze in the historical context of an ed-tech trajectory that has brought visions of accelerated academic achievement followed by disappointment.
    * crecimiento acelerado = rising tide.
    * curso acelerado = crash course.
    * de ritmo muy acelerado = hard-driving.
    * programa acelerado = crash program(me).

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    A ‹curso› intensive, crash ( before n)
    íbamos a paso acelerado we were walking at a brisk pace
    B ( fam); ‹persona› nervous
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    Del verbo acelerar: ( conjugate acelerar)

    acelerado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    acelerado    
    acelerar
    acelerado
    ◊ -da adjetivo ‹ curso intensive, crash ( before n);

    a paso acelerado at a brisk pace
    acelerar ( conjugate acelerar) verbo transitivo
    a)coche/motor›:



    ( sin desplazarse) he revved the engine o car (up)
    b)proceso/cambio to speed up;

    paso to quicken
    verbo intransitivo
    a) (Auto) to accelerate


    acelerado,-a adjetivo accelerated, fast
    acelerar verbo transitivo & verbo intransitivo to accelerate
    ' acelerado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    acelerada
    English:
    apace
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    acelerado, -a adj
    1. [rápido] rapid, quick
    2. Fís accelerated
    3. Fam
    estar acelerado [persona] to be hyper
    4. Aut
    el motor está acelerado the engine is racing
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    I adj
    1 nervous, het-up
    2
    :
    curso acelerado intensive course
    II partacelerar
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    acelerado, -da adj
    : accelerated, speedy

    Spanish-English dictionary > acelerado

  • 2 cada vez más acelerado

    (adj.) = accelerated
    Ex. The author locates the waning educational computing craze in the historical context of an ed-tech trajectory that has brought visions of accelerated academic achievement followed by disappointment.
    * * *
    (adj.) = accelerated

    Ex: The author locates the waning educational computing craze in the historical context of an ed-tech trajectory that has brought visions of accelerated academic achievement followed by disappointment.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cada vez más acelerado

  • 3 cada vez más rápido

    (adj.) = ever faster, accelerated
    Ex. Today's world turns ever faster on the axis of change.
    Ex. The author locates the waning educational computing craze in the historical context of an ed-tech trajectory that has brought visions of accelerated academic achievement followed by disappointment.
    * * *
    (adj.) = ever faster, accelerated

    Ex: Today's world turns ever faster on the axis of change.

    Ex: The author locates the waning educational computing craze in the historical context of an ed-tech trajectory that has brought visions of accelerated academic achievement followed by disappointment.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cada vez más rápido

  • 4 contexto histórico

    Ex. The author locates the waning educational computing craze in the historical context of an ed-tech trajectory that has brought visions of accelerated academic achievement followed by disappointment.
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    Ex: The author locates the waning educational computing craze in the historical context of an ed-tech trajectory that has brought visions of accelerated academic achievement followed by disappointment.

    Spanish-English dictionary > contexto histórico

  • 5 dar esperanza

    (v.) = nurture + hope, give + hope, bring + visions of
    Ex. The article has the title 'The meaning of hope and generic caring practices to nurture hope in a rural village in the Dominican Republic' = El artículo tiene el título "El significado de la esperanza y de las ayudas humanitarias de tipo general para dar esperanza a una población rural de la República Dominicada.
    Ex. Research has produced encouraging results which give hope of better treatment and cure.
    Ex. The author locates the waning educational computing craze in the historical context of an ed-tech trajectory that has brought visions of accelerated academic achievement followed by disappointment.
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    (v.) = nurture + hope, give + hope, bring + visions of

    Ex: The article has the title 'The meaning of hope and generic caring practices to nurture hope in a rural village in the Dominican Republic' = El artículo tiene el título "El significado de la esperanza y de las ayudas humanitarias de tipo general para dar esperanza a una población rural de la República Dominicada.

    Ex: Research has produced encouraging results which give hope of better treatment and cure.
    Ex: The author locates the waning educational computing craze in the historical context of an ed-tech trajectory that has brought visions of accelerated academic achievement followed by disappointment.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar esperanza

  • 6 estudiante con buenas notas

    Ex. Gifted and high achievers are related terms to Academic achievement in that Academic achievement is a Property of the gifted and the high achiever.
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    Ex: Gifted and high achievers are related terms to Academic achievement in that Academic achievement is a Property of the gifted and the high achiever.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estudiante con buenas notas

  • 7 estudiante destacado

    (n.) = achiever
    Ex. Gifted and High achievers are related terms to Academic achievement in that Academic achievement is a Property of the gifted and the high achiever.
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    (n.) = achiever

    Ex: Gifted and High achievers are related terms to Academic achievement in that Academic achievement is a Property of the gifted and the high achiever.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estudiante destacado

  • 8 estudiante superdotado

    Ex. Gifted and High achievers are related terms to Academic achievement in that Academic achievement is a Property of the gifted and the high achiever.
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    Ex: Gifted and High achievers are related terms to Academic achievement in that Academic achievement is a Property of the gifted and the high achiever.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estudiante superdotado

  • 9 predecir

    v.
    1 to predict.
    2 to predict to.
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    Present Indicative
    predigo, predices, predice, predecimos, predecís, predicen.
    Past Indicative
    Present Subjunctive
    Imperfect Subjunctive
    Future Subjunctive
    Imperative
    predice (tú), prediga (él/Vd.), predigamos (nos.), predecid (vos.), predigan (ellos/Vds.).
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    verb
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    VT to predict, forecast
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    verbo transitivo to predict, foretell (frml)
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    = herald, predict, forecast, foretell, bring + visions of, set + your watch by.
    Ex. The appearance of a term in a title does not necessarily herald the treatment of the topic at any length in the body of the text.
    Ex. Further, it is necessary to predict in avance the areas in which new subjects are likely to arise and to leave gaps accordingly; this forecasting is obviously difficult.
    Ex. It is little wonder that all players in the serials information chain -- publishers, subscriptions agents and librarians alike -- are taking a long hard look at what they are doing and attempting to forecast what the future might hold for them.
    Ex. By asking readers to indicate whether the reference had been of interest or not, a degree of feedback can be obtained which can be used to modify their profiles, but there will never be any means of foretelling the 'wayout' article which may prove of interest.
    Ex. The author locates the waning educational computing craze in the historical context of an ed-tech trajectory that has brought visions of accelerated academic achievement followed by disappointment.
    Ex. There are a few things you can count on; I mean really set your watch by in life.
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    * predecir con antelación = predict + in advance.
    * predecir el futuro = gaze into + crystal ball.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo to predict, foretell (frml)
    * * *
    = herald, predict, forecast, foretell, bring + visions of, set + your watch by.

    Ex: The appearance of a term in a title does not necessarily herald the treatment of the topic at any length in the body of the text.

    Ex: Further, it is necessary to predict in avance the areas in which new subjects are likely to arise and to leave gaps accordingly; this forecasting is obviously difficult.
    Ex: It is little wonder that all players in the serials information chain -- publishers, subscriptions agents and librarians alike -- are taking a long hard look at what they are doing and attempting to forecast what the future might hold for them.
    Ex: By asking readers to indicate whether the reference had been of interest or not, a degree of feedback can be obtained which can be used to modify their profiles, but there will never be any means of foretelling the 'wayout' article which may prove of interest.
    Ex: The author locates the waning educational computing craze in the historical context of an ed-tech trajectory that has brought visions of accelerated academic achievement followed by disappointment.
    Ex: There are a few things you can count on; I mean really set your watch by in life.
    * predecir con antelación = predict + in advance.
    * predecir el futuro = gaze into + crystal ball.

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    vt
    to predict, foretell ( frml)
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    predecir ( conjugate predecir) verbo transitivo
    to predict, foretell (frml)
    predecir verbo transitivo to predict
    ' predecir' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    auspiciar
    - pronosticar
    - vaticinar
    English:
    anticipate
    - foretell
    - predict
    - prophesy
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    to predict
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    <part predicho> v/t predict
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    predecir {11} vt
    : to foretell, to predict
    * * *
    predecir vb to predict

    Spanish-English dictionary > predecir

  • 10 pronosticar

    v.
    1 to predict, to forecast.
    2 to prognostic.
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    Conjugation model [ SACAR], like link=sacar sacar
    1 to predict
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    verb
    to forecast, predict
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    pronosticó un aumento de la inflaciónhe forecast o predicted an increase in inflation

    * * *
    verbo transitivo <tiempo/resultado> to forecast
    * * *
    = predict, forecast, foretell, look + ahead, bring + visions of.
    Ex. Further, it is necessary to predict in avance the areas in which new subjects are likely to arise and to leave gaps accordingly; this forecasting is obviously difficult.
    Ex. It is little wonder that all players in the serials information chain -- publishers, subscriptions agents and librarians alike -- are taking a long hard look at what they are doing and attempting to forecast what the future might hold for them.
    Ex. By asking readers to indicate whether the reference had been of interest or not, a degree of feedback can be obtained which can be used to modify their profiles, but there will never be any means of foretelling the 'wayout' article which may prove of interest.
    Ex. The author gives a brief description of the library and information scene in 1974 and looks ahead to what it will be like in 2014.
    Ex. The author locates the waning educational computing craze in the historical context of an ed-tech trajectory that has brought visions of accelerated academic achievement followed by disappointment.
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    * predicciones + pronosticar = predictions + forecast.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo <tiempo/resultado> to forecast
    * * *
    = predict, forecast, foretell, look + ahead, bring + visions of.

    Ex: Further, it is necessary to predict in avance the areas in which new subjects are likely to arise and to leave gaps accordingly; this forecasting is obviously difficult.

    Ex: It is little wonder that all players in the serials information chain -- publishers, subscriptions agents and librarians alike -- are taking a long hard look at what they are doing and attempting to forecast what the future might hold for them.
    Ex: By asking readers to indicate whether the reference had been of interest or not, a degree of feedback can be obtained which can be used to modify their profiles, but there will never be any means of foretelling the 'wayout' article which may prove of interest.
    Ex: The author gives a brief description of the library and information scene in 1974 and looks ahead to what it will be like in 2014.
    Ex: The author locates the waning educational computing craze in the historical context of an ed-tech trajectory that has brought visions of accelerated academic achievement followed by disappointment.
    * predicciones + pronosticar = predictions + forecast.

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    vt
    to forecast
    pronosticaban lluvias rain was forecast
    se pronostica una recuperación económica an economic recovery is forecast o predicted
    pronosticó la muerte del rey he predicted o foretold o ( frml) prognosticated the king's death
    a ese chico no le pronostico nada bueno that youngster will come to no good
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    pronosticar ( conjugate pronosticar) verbo transitivotiempo/resultado to forecast;
    victoria/muerte to predict
    pronosticar verbo transitivo (augurar, predecir) to predict, forecast
    ' pronosticar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    forecast
    - predict
    - project
    - tip
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    to predict, to forecast;
    han pronosticado sol para el fin de semana sunshine is forecast for the weekend;
    los sindicatos pronostican un año conflictivo the unions are predicting trouble in the year ahead
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    v/t forecast
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    pronosticar {72} vt
    : to predict, to forecast
    * * *
    pronosticar vb to predict / to forecast [pt. & pp. forecast]

    Spanish-English dictionary > pronosticar

  • 11 rendimiento

    m.
    1 yield, return.
    rendimiento bruto gross yield
    2 performance.
    3 rate of return, return rate, yield.
    4 surrendering, surrender, capitulation.
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    1 (producción - de terreno) yield; (- de máquina) output; (- de persona) progress, performance; (- de inversión) yield, return
    2 (trabajo - de motor, máquina) efficiency, performance
    3 (sumisión) submissiveness
    4 (cansancio) exhaustion, fatigue
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    noun m.
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    SM
    1) [de una máquina] output; (=capacidad) capacity; (=producción) output

    funcionar a pleno rendimiento — to work all-out, work at full throttle

    2) [de persona] performance, achievement

    Centro de Alto Rendimientospecialized sports training centre

    3) (Econ) yield, profit, profits pl
    4) (=sumisión) submissiveness; (=servilismo) obsequiousness; (=devoción) devotion
    5) (=agotamiento) exhaustion
    6) (=parte útil) usable part, proportion of usable material
    * * *
    1) ( de persona) performance
    2) (Auto) performance; (Mec, Tec) output
    3) ( de terreno) yield
    4) (Fin) yield, return
    * * *
    = performance, yield, payoff [pay-off], achievement, fruitfulness.
    Ex. They admitted that they did not evaluate their technicians and aides, and confirmed that increases were automatic and the same 'across-the-board'; superior performance was not rewarded, nor inferior performance punished.
    Ex. Priority is awarded to projects with the following aims: oil and gas recovery, drilling, optimum use of natural gas, and maximising the yield by the use of enhanced recovery techniques.
    Ex. Although setting up a security policy may demand considerable upheaval, it has significant payoff in safety and efficiency.
    Ex. Successful achievement on the part of the employee can be reinforced by providing external rewards such as promotions and merit salary increases.
    Ex. The fruitfulness of our life depends in large measure on our ability to doubt our own words and to question the value of our own work.
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    * alto rendimiento = high yield.
    * análisis del rendimiento = performance analysis.
    * análisis de rendimiento = performance test.
    * basado en el rendimiento = performance-based.
    * controles de rendimiento = benchmark figures.
    * de alto rendimiento = high-performance, heavy-duty.
    * evaluación del rendimiento = performance appraisal, performance evaluation, performance measurement, performance review, performance rating.
    * evaluar el rendimiento en el trabajo = evaluate + work performance.
    * indicador de rendimiento = benchmark, performance indicator, performance measure, output measure.
    * indicadores de rendimiento = benchmark figures, performance criteria.
    * índice de rendimiento = performance rating, performance measure, output measure.
    * índice de rendimiento personal = individual performance index.
    * ley de los rendimientos decrecientes = law of diminishing returns.
    * mayor rendimiento = efficiencies of scale.
    * medida del rendimiento = performance measure.
    * medida de rendimiento = output measure.
    * obtener el mayor rendimiento posible = maximise + opportunities.
    * producir el rendimiento máximo = come into + Posesivo + own.
    * prueba de rendimiento = benchmark, benchtest, achievement test, performance test.
    * pruebas de rendimiento = benchmarking.
    * rendimiento académico = academic achievement, learning achievement, learning performance.
    * rendimiento decreciente = diminishing returns.
    * rendimiento en el trabajo = work performance.
    * rendimiento en la investigación = research performance.
    * rendimiento escolar = school achievement, school performance, learning achievement, learning performance.
    * rendimiento laboral = work performance.
    * rendimiento óptimo = quality performance.
    * rendimiento por debajo de la media = under-performance.
    * tasa de rendimiento = rate of return.
    * * *
    1) ( de persona) performance
    2) (Auto) performance; (Mec, Tec) output
    3) ( de terreno) yield
    4) (Fin) yield, return
    * * *
    = performance, yield, payoff [pay-off], achievement, fruitfulness.

    Ex: They admitted that they did not evaluate their technicians and aides, and confirmed that increases were automatic and the same 'across-the-board'; superior performance was not rewarded, nor inferior performance punished.

    Ex: Priority is awarded to projects with the following aims: oil and gas recovery, drilling, optimum use of natural gas, and maximising the yield by the use of enhanced recovery techniques.
    Ex: Although setting up a security policy may demand considerable upheaval, it has significant payoff in safety and efficiency.
    Ex: Successful achievement on the part of the employee can be reinforced by providing external rewards such as promotions and merit salary increases.
    Ex: The fruitfulness of our life depends in large measure on our ability to doubt our own words and to question the value of our own work.
    * alto rendimiento = high yield.
    * análisis del rendimiento = performance analysis.
    * análisis de rendimiento = performance test.
    * basado en el rendimiento = performance-based.
    * controles de rendimiento = benchmark figures.
    * de alto rendimiento = high-performance, heavy-duty.
    * evaluación del rendimiento = performance appraisal, performance evaluation, performance measurement, performance review, performance rating.
    * evaluar el rendimiento en el trabajo = evaluate + work performance.
    * indicador de rendimiento = benchmark, performance indicator, performance measure, output measure.
    * indicadores de rendimiento = benchmark figures, performance criteria.
    * índice de rendimiento = performance rating, performance measure, output measure.
    * índice de rendimiento personal = individual performance index.
    * ley de los rendimientos decrecientes = law of diminishing returns.
    * mayor rendimiento = efficiencies of scale.
    * medida del rendimiento = performance measure.
    * medida de rendimiento = output measure.
    * obtener el mayor rendimiento posible = maximise + opportunities.
    * producir el rendimiento máximo = come into + Posesivo + own.
    * prueba de rendimiento = benchmark, benchtest, achievement test, performance test.
    * pruebas de rendimiento = benchmarking.
    * rendimiento académico = academic achievement, learning achievement, learning performance.
    * rendimiento decreciente = diminishing returns.
    * rendimiento en el trabajo = work performance.
    * rendimiento en la investigación = research performance.
    * rendimiento escolar = school achievement, school performance, learning achievement, learning performance.
    * rendimiento laboral = work performance.
    * rendimiento óptimo = quality performance.
    * rendimiento por debajo de la media = under-performance.
    * tasa de rendimiento = rate of return.

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    A (de una persona) performance
    su rendimiento es muy bajo his performance is very poor, he has performed very poorly
    el alto rendimiento de los alumnos the pupils' excellent performance o high level of achievement
    B
    1 ( Auto) performance
    2 ( Mec, Tec) output
    el rendimiento de esta máquina es de 40 unidades al día the output of this machine is 40 units a day, this machine produces 40 units a day
    funciona a pleno rendimiento it is working at full capacity
    D ( Fin) yield, return
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    rendimiento sustantivo masculino
    a) (de persona, coche) performance

    b) (de máquina, factoría) output;



    d) (Fin) yield, return

    rendimiento sustantivo masculino
    1 (de una persona, máquina) performance
    2 Fin yield, return
    ' rendimiento' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    bajón
    - desigual
    - productividad
    English:
    efficiency
    - efficient
    - output
    - performance
    - performance-related pay
    - power
    - response
    - return
    - spasmodic
    - yield
    - out
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    1. [de inversión, negocio] yield, return;
    [de tierra, cosecha] yield rendimiento bruto gross yield;
    2. [de motor, máquina] performance;
    [de trabajador, fábrica] productivity;
    trabajar a pleno rendimiento [maquinaria, fábrica] to work at full capacity;
    [trabajador] to work flat out
    3. [de estudiante, deportista] performance
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    m
    1 performance;
    de alto rendimiento coche high-powered, performance atr
    2 ( producción) output
    3 FIN yield;
    * * *
    1) : performance
    2) : yield
    * * *
    1. (en general) performance
    2. (producción) output

    Spanish-English dictionary > rendimiento

  • 12 rendimiento académico

    m.
    academic achievement.
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    (n.) = academic achievement, learning achievement, learning performance
    Ex. Gifted and High achievers are related terms to academic achievement in that academic achievement is a Property of the gifted and the high achiever.
    Ex. The author compares learning achievement, social adjustment, and family conflict among 146 Bedouin students from polygamous and monogamous families.
    Ex. Results lend preliminary support to the hypothesis that a difficult to use hypermedia system can negatively affect learning performance.
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    (n.) = academic achievement, learning achievement, learning performance

    Ex: Gifted and High achievers are related terms to academic achievement in that academic achievement is a Property of the gifted and the high achiever.

    Ex: The author compares learning achievement, social adjustment, and family conflict among 146 Bedouin students from polygamous and monogamous families.
    Ex: Results lend preliminary support to the hypothesis that a difficult to use hypermedia system can negatively affect learning performance.

    Spanish-English dictionary > rendimiento académico

  • 13 rápido

    adj.
    1 fast, quick, speedy, swift.
    2 fast, express, overnight, quick.
    3 prompt, expeditious, quick, dynamic.
    4 fast, breakneck.
    adv.
    fast, quickly.
    intj.
    hurry up, quick, let's hurry up, let's hurry.
    m.
    1 rapid, stream, riffle, shoot.
    2 express train, fast train.
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    1 quick, fast
    1 quickly
    ¡rápido! hurry up!, make it snappy!
    1 (tren) fast train, express train
    1 (del río) rapids
    ————————
    1 (tren) fast train, express train
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    1. (f. - rápida)
    adj.
    fast, quick, swift
    2. adv.
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    1. ADJ
    1) (=veloz) fast, quick; [tren] fast, express
    2) And, Caribe, Cono Sur [campo, paisaje] fallow
    3) Caribe [tiempo] clear
    2.

    ¡y rápido, eh! — and make it snappy! *

    3. SM
    1) (Ferro) express
    2) And, Caribe, Cono Sur (=campo) open country
    3)

    rápidos(=rabiones) rapids

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    I
    - da adverbio <hablar/trabajar> quickly, fast; <conducir/ir> fast

    vamos, rápido, que es tarde! — quick o hurry, we're late!

    tráemelo rápido! — bring it to me, quick!

    II
    adjetivo < aumento> rapid; < cambio> quick, rapid, swift; < desarrollo> rapid, swift

    a paso rápido — quickly, swiftly

    III
    1) (Ferr) express train, fast train
    2) rápidos masculino plural (Geog) rapids (pl)
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    = cursory, fast [faster -comp., fastest -sup.], fleeting, meteoric, prompt, quick [quicker -comp., quickest -sup.], rapid, ready [readier -comp., readiest -sup.], speedy [speedier -comp., speediest -sup.], swift [swifter -comp., swiftest -sup.], expeditious, fast-paced [fast paced], quick-fire, quick and dirty, rapid paced, accelerated, nifty [niftier -comp., nifitiest -sup.], nippy [nippier -comp., nippiest -sup.].
    Ex. A cursory glance at the first column on this page of the schedules shows you that the terms listed here have a code number assigned to each.
    Ex. This arrangement is faster than waiting until documents are ordered.
    Ex. From time to time librarians do catch a fleeting glimpse of how others see them when some journalist or academic does articulate this widespread phobia.
    Ex. This article discusses the serious implications of published research on price comparisons, especially when periodical prices are experiencing a meteoric rise.
    Ex. In some instances the exploitation of centralised cataloguing records contributes to more prompt cataloguing, since less local cataloguing needs to be performed.
    Ex. Fixed length fields the are economical on storage space, and records using fixed length fields are quick and easy to code.
    Ex. Currency is more important in subjects where developments are rapid, than in more stable areas.
    Ex. Any shelf arrangement systems which do not permit ready location of specific documents are cumbersome for the user or member of staff seeking a specific document.
    Ex. Thus familiarity with normal filing orders becomes an important factor in complete and speedy retrieval from almost all printed sources.
    Ex. For example, books close to the door and the circulation desk may be intended for the user who merely wishes to make a swift selection of items to take away and read elsewhere.
    Ex. Activities can be plotted to allow the librarian to determine the most expeditious route that can be taken to finish the event.
    Ex. Access to current, reliable quality news is an important need in the fast-paced environment of all large corporations and service organisations.
    Ex. The librarian should be at pains to avoid the quick-fire response of the quiz contestant.
    Ex. A ' quick and dirty' method is for all participants to select their 'favourite five' from each category.
    Ex. This is a rapid paced, 30 minute session that introduces students to the concept of a search strategy and to various reference sources in print.
    Ex. The author locates the waning educational computing craze in the historical context of an ed-tech trajectory that has brought visions of accelerated academic achievement followed by disappointment.
    Ex. Cannes and Monaco have lots of money, beautiful women, nifty cars, lots of style and arrogance.
    Ex. Around city and suburbs, the car is nippy and responds well.
    ----
    * actuar rápido = be quick off the mark, be quick off the blocks.
    * a un paso rápido = at a rapid pace.
    * a un ritmo rápido = at a rapid pace.
    * avance rápido de imágenes = fast motion.
    * cada vez más rápido = ever faster.
    * comenzar muy rápido = be off to a fast start.
    * comenzar rápido = be quick off the mark, be quick off the blocks.
    * comida rápida = junk food.
    * comprobación rápida = spot check.
    * consulta rápida = ready reference.
    * creación rápida de prototipos = rapid prototyping.
    * de crecimiento más rápido = fastest-growing.
    * de crecimiento rápido = fast-growing, fast-evolving.
    * de desarrollo rápido = fast-evolving.
    * de movimientos rápidos = quick-moving.
    * de rápido crecimiento = rapidly expanding, rapidly growing.
    * de una forma rápida = quickly.
    * de un modo rápido = overnight, at short notice.
    * empezar rápido = be quick off the mark, be quick off the blocks.
    * ir rápido = fly.
    * menos rápidos, los = less fleet of foot, the.
    * mirar rápida y brevemente = catch + sight of.
    * mucho más rápido = far faster.
    * muy frecuente y rápido = rapid-fire.
    * obras de consulta rápida = quick reference material.
    * rápida y enormemente = at a bound.
    * rápidos = rapids.
    * reaccionar rápido = be quick off the mark, be quick off the blocks.
    * recordar de un modo rápido = sweep back to.
    * responder rápido = be quick off the mark, be quick off the blocks.
    * restaurante de comida rápida = fast-food restaurant.
    * ser de crecimiento rápido = be a quick grower.
    * ser muy rápido = be quick off + Posesivo + feet.
    * ser rápido = be quick off the mark, be quick off the blocks.
    * tan rápido como una liebre = as quick as a wink.
    * tan rápido como un rayo = as quick as a wink.
    * tan rápido como un relámpago = as quick as a wink.
    * * *
    I
    - da adverbio <hablar/trabajar> quickly, fast; <conducir/ir> fast

    vamos, rápido, que es tarde! — quick o hurry, we're late!

    tráemelo rápido! — bring it to me, quick!

    II
    adjetivo < aumento> rapid; < cambio> quick, rapid, swift; < desarrollo> rapid, swift

    a paso rápido — quickly, swiftly

    III
    1) (Ferr) express train, fast train
    2) rápidos masculino plural (Geog) rapids (pl)
    * * *
    = cursory, fast [faster -comp., fastest -sup.], fleeting, meteoric, prompt, quick [quicker -comp., quickest -sup.], rapid, ready [readier -comp., readiest -sup.], speedy [speedier -comp., speediest -sup.], swift [swifter -comp., swiftest -sup.], expeditious, fast-paced [fast paced], quick-fire, quick and dirty, rapid paced, accelerated, nifty [niftier -comp., nifitiest -sup.], nippy [nippier -comp., nippiest -sup.].

    Ex: A cursory glance at the first column on this page of the schedules shows you that the terms listed here have a code number assigned to each.

    Ex: This arrangement is faster than waiting until documents are ordered.
    Ex: From time to time librarians do catch a fleeting glimpse of how others see them when some journalist or academic does articulate this widespread phobia.
    Ex: This article discusses the serious implications of published research on price comparisons, especially when periodical prices are experiencing a meteoric rise.
    Ex: In some instances the exploitation of centralised cataloguing records contributes to more prompt cataloguing, since less local cataloguing needs to be performed.
    Ex: Fixed length fields the are economical on storage space, and records using fixed length fields are quick and easy to code.
    Ex: Currency is more important in subjects where developments are rapid, than in more stable areas.
    Ex: Any shelf arrangement systems which do not permit ready location of specific documents are cumbersome for the user or member of staff seeking a specific document.
    Ex: Thus familiarity with normal filing orders becomes an important factor in complete and speedy retrieval from almost all printed sources.
    Ex: For example, books close to the door and the circulation desk may be intended for the user who merely wishes to make a swift selection of items to take away and read elsewhere.
    Ex: Activities can be plotted to allow the librarian to determine the most expeditious route that can be taken to finish the event.
    Ex: Access to current, reliable quality news is an important need in the fast-paced environment of all large corporations and service organisations.
    Ex: The librarian should be at pains to avoid the quick-fire response of the quiz contestant.
    Ex: A ' quick and dirty' method is for all participants to select their 'favourite five' from each category.
    Ex: This is a rapid paced, 30 minute session that introduces students to the concept of a search strategy and to various reference sources in print.
    Ex: The author locates the waning educational computing craze in the historical context of an ed-tech trajectory that has brought visions of accelerated academic achievement followed by disappointment.
    Ex: Cannes and Monaco have lots of money, beautiful women, nifty cars, lots of style and arrogance.
    Ex: Around city and suburbs, the car is nippy and responds well.
    * actuar rápido = be quick off the mark, be quick off the blocks.
    * a un paso rápido = at a rapid pace.
    * a un ritmo rápido = at a rapid pace.
    * avance rápido de imágenes = fast motion.
    * cada vez más rápido = ever faster.
    * comenzar muy rápido = be off to a fast start.
    * comenzar rápido = be quick off the mark, be quick off the blocks.
    * comida rápida = junk food.
    * comprobación rápida = spot check.
    * consulta rápida = ready reference.
    * creación rápida de prototipos = rapid prototyping.
    * de crecimiento más rápido = fastest-growing.
    * de crecimiento rápido = fast-growing, fast-evolving.
    * de desarrollo rápido = fast-evolving.
    * de movimientos rápidos = quick-moving.
    * de rápido crecimiento = rapidly expanding, rapidly growing.
    * de una forma rápida = quickly.
    * de un modo rápido = overnight, at short notice.
    * empezar rápido = be quick off the mark, be quick off the blocks.
    * ir rápido = fly.
    * menos rápidos, los = less fleet of foot, the.
    * mirar rápida y brevemente = catch + sight of.
    * mucho más rápido = far faster.
    * muy frecuente y rápido = rapid-fire.
    * obras de consulta rápida = quick reference material.
    * rápida y enormemente = at a bound.
    * rápidos = rapids.
    * reaccionar rápido = be quick off the mark, be quick off the blocks.
    * recordar de un modo rápido = sweep back to.
    * responder rápido = be quick off the mark, be quick off the blocks.
    * restaurante de comida rápida = fast-food restaurant.
    * ser de crecimiento rápido = be a quick grower.
    * ser muy rápido = be quick off + Posesivo + feet.
    * ser rápido = be quick off the mark, be quick off the blocks.
    * tan rápido como una liebre = as quick as a wink.
    * tan rápido como un rayo = as quick as a wink.
    * tan rápido como un relámpago = as quick as a wink.

    * * *
    ‹hablar/trabajar› quickly, fast; ‹conducir› fast
    ¡vamos, rápido, que es tarde! quick o hurry, we're late!
    corrí todo lo rápido que podía I ran as fast o as quickly as I could
    tráeme un trapo ¡rápido! bring me a cloth, quick!
    ¿puedes ir un poco más rápido? can you go a bit faster?
    vámonos rápido de aquí let's get out of here quickly o ( colloq) quick
    rápido2 -da
    ‹aumento› rapid; ‹cambio› quick, rapid, swift; ‹desarrollo› rapid, swift
    a paso rápido quickly, swiftly
    comida rápida fast food
    es muy rápido de hacer you can make it very quickly, it's very quick to make
    A ( Ferr) express train, fast train
    B rápidos mpl ( Geog) rapids (pl)
    * * *

     

    rápido 1 adverbio ‹hablar/trabajar quickly, fast;
    conducir/ir fast;
    tráemelo ¡rápido! bring it to me, quick!

    rápido 2 -da adjetivo ‹ aumento rapid;

    cambio quick, rapid, swift;
    desarrollo rapid, swift;

    comida rápida fast food
    ■ sustantivo masculino (Ferr) express train, fast train
    ■ sustantivo masculino
    1 (Ferr) fast train
    2
    rápidos sustantivo masculino plural (Geog) rapids (pl)

    rápido,-a
    I adjetivo quick, fast, rapid
    comida rápida, fast food
    nos dio una rápida contestación, he gave us a speedy response ➣ Ver nota en fast
    II adverbio quickly, fast: caminas demasiado rápido, you're walking too fast
    ¡rápido!, hurry up!
    III sustantivo masculino 1 rápidos, (de un río) rapids pl
    2 (tren) fast train, express
    ' rápido' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    en
    - espuela
    - estirón
    - lanzada
    - lanzado
    - ligera
    - ligero
    - rápida
    - cada
    - chiste
    - doble
    - minuta
    - pasar
    - perder
    - posible
    - pronto
    - seguir
    - súper
    - tren
    English:
    boomtown
    - brisk
    - cursory
    - dive
    - fast
    - flick
    - flying
    - get-rich-quick
    - hasty
    - high-speed
    - jump in
    - lively
    - nippy
    - passing
    - poof
    - prompt
    - quick
    - quickly
    - rapid
    - rattle through
    - runner
    - rush
    - smart
    - snappy
    - speedy
    - swift
    - trigger-happy
    - and
    - as
    - cataract
    - express
    - intercity
    - reader
    - so
    - walker
    * * *
    rápido, -a
    adj
    [veloz] quick, fast; [vehículo, comida] fast; [beneficio, decisión, vistazo] quick;
    ser rápido de reflejos to have quick reflexes
    adv
    quickly, fast;
    no conduzcas tan rápido don't drive so fast;
    no hables tan rápido, no te entiendo don't talk so fast, I can't understand you;
    más rápido quicker;
    ¡ven, rápido! come, quick!;
    ¡hazlo/termina rápido! hurry up!;
    si vamos rápido puede que lleguemos a tiempo if we're quick o if we hurry we may get there on time
    nm
    1. [tren] express train
    2.
    rápidos [de río] rapids
    * * *
    I adj quick, fast
    II m rapids pl
    * * *
    rápido adv
    : quickly, fast
    ¡manejas tan rápido!: you drive so fast!
    rápido, -da adj
    : rapid, quick
    rápidamente adv
    1) : express train
    2) rápidos nmpl
    : rapids
    * * *
    rápido1 adj
    1. (vistazo, lectura, visita) quick
    2. (corredor, tren, animal) fast
    rápido2 adv quickly

    Spanish-English dictionary > rápido

  • 14 tecnología educativa

    f.
    educational technology.
    * * *
    Ex. The author locates the waning educational computing craze in the historical context of an ed-tech trajectory that has brought visions of accelerated academic achievement followed by disappointment.
    * * *

    Ex: The author locates the waning educational computing craze in the historical context of an ed-tech trajectory that has brought visions of accelerated academic achievement followed by disappointment.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tecnología educativa

  • 15 logro académico

    m.
    academic achievement.

    Spanish-English dictionary > logro académico

  • 16 académico2

    2 = academic, faculty, learned, scholarly, scholastic, curricular.
    Ex. Academic disputations are generally entered under the heading for the faculty moderator.
    Ex. Academic disputations are generally entered under the heading for the faculty moderator.
    Ex. Abstracts will accompany various learned, technical or scholarly contributions.
    Ex. Personal authorship has been accepted for some time, and indeed reflects the scholarly practice of the western world.
    Ex. This extraordinary assault on a fine old children's book has ever since stood for me as the epitome of the scholastic abuse of literature.
    Ex. The public librarian can attend faculty meetings to ascertain curricular needs and use the latitude of the library's collection to augment the school's capacity.
    ----
    * académico-industrial = academic-industrial.
    * actuación académica = learning performance.
    * año académico = school year.
    * asuntos académicos = academic affairs.
    * biblioteconomía especializada en las bibliotecas académicas = college librarianship.
    * carrera académica = academic career.
    * comité de ordenación académica = course committee.
    * comunidad académica = learning community, academic community.
    * cultura académica = academic culture.
    * curso académico = academic course.
    * debate académico = academic debate.
    * desarrollo académico = academic development.
    * estudio académico = academic study.
    * expediente académico de la escuela = high school record.
    * falta de ética académica = academic dishonesty.
    * formación académica = formal education.
    * mundo académico, el = academic, the, academic world, the, world of academia, the.
    * no académico = non-academic.
    * ordenación académica = academic affairs.
    * recurso académico = scholarly resource.
    * rendimiento académico = learning achievement, learning performance.
    * revista académica = academic journal.
    * sector académico, el = academic sector, the.
    * titulación académica = academic qualification.
    * tutor académico = teaching mentor.

    Spanish-English dictionary > académico2

  • 17 capacidad1

    1 = ability, capability, competence, appetite, capacity, hat, aptitude, faculty.
    Ex. The ability to search on word stems is particularly valuable where the text to be searched is in free-language format.
    Ex. DOBIS/LIBIS may replace the typewriter and the catalog card but it cannot replace the decision-making capabilities of the library staff.
    Ex. In order that you should be able to perform these required skills with greater competence, selected elements of the theory of subject indexing will be included.
    Ex. Such machines will have enourmous appetites.
    Ex. Older people have suffered some losses in sensory and physical capacity, and newer teaching techniques might intimidate them.
    Ex. The city librarian has commonly been a general cultural consultant, often with more than one hat, with the curatorship of the museum and/or art gallery as additional offices.
    Ex. In tracking, schools categorize according to measures of intelligence, achievement, or aptitude and then assign students to ability or interest-grouped classes = En la subdivisión de los alumnos en clases según su nivel académico, las escuelas agrupan a los alumnos de acuerdo con su nivel de inteligencia, habilidad o aptitud y luego los asignan a las clases según su capacidad o por sus intereses.
    Ex. Sophia no sooner saw Blifil than she turned pale, and almost lost the use of all her faculties.
    ----
    * actuar por encima de {Posesivo} capacidades = punch above + Posesivo + weight.
    * capacidad académica = academic ability.
    * capacidad analítica = analytical capacity.
    * capacidad cognitiva = cognitive ability, cognitive capacity.
    * capacidad comunicativa = speaking skills.
    * capacidad crediticia = credit standing.
    * capacidad crítica = critical skills, critical awareness, critical faculty.
    * capacidad crítica de los programas televisivos = teleliteracy.
    * capacidad de absorción = absorptive capacity, absorptive capability.
    * capacidad de búsqueda = searching power.
    * capacidad de comercialización = marketability.
    * capacidad de comprensión = listening skills, understanding capacity.
    * capacidad de discriminación = discriminating power.
    * capacidad deductiva = heuristic power.
    * capacidad de enganche = holding power.
    * capacidad de escuchar = listening skills.
    * capacidad de interpretar imágenes = visual literacy.
    * capacidad de interpretar información estadística = graphic literacy, spatial literacy, statistical literacy.
    * capacidad de leer = reading skills.
    * capacidad de manejar la información = information handling.
    * capacidad de mantener la atención = attention span.
    * capacidad de negociación = bargaining power.
    * capacidad de procesamiento = throughput, processing power.
    * capacidad de producción = throughput.
    * capacidad de promoción = promotability.
    * capacidad de razonamiento = thinking skills.
    * capacidad de resolver problemas = problem-solving ability.
    * capacidad de retención = holding power.
    * capacidad de saber leer y escribir = literacy skills.
    * capacidad económica = earning capacity, earning power.
    * capacidades informáticas = computer skills.
    * capacidad física = physical capability.
    * capacidad informática = computing power.
    * capacidad intelectual = intellectual ability.
    * capacidad lingüística = language skill.
    * capacidad mental = brainpower [brain power], mental capability.
    * desarrollar la capacidad de = gain in + the ability to.
    * desarrollar las capacidades = fulfil + potential.
    * desarrollo de capacidades = capacity building.
    * en + Posesivo + capacidad como = in + Posesivo + capacity as.
    * no actuando en capacidad de autor = non-authorial.
    * persona que rinde por debajo de su capacidad = underachiever.
    * sin capacidad de discernimiento = undiscriminating.
    * tener la capacidad de = have + the potential (to/for).

    Spanish-English dictionary > capacidad1

  • 18 habilidad

    f.
    1 skill (destreza).
    tener habilidad para algo to be good at something
    salió del compromiso con habilidad she cleverly extricated herself from the situation
    2 ability, aptitude, capacity, craft.
    * * *
    1 (aptitud) skill
    2 (astucia) cleverness, smartness
    3 DERECHO capacity, competence
    4 (gracia) talent
    \
    con gran habilidad very skilfully
    tener habilidad manual to be good with one's hands
    tener habilidad para algo to be good at something
    * * *
    noun f.
    ability, skill
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=capacidad) ability; (=destreza) skill

    tiene habilidad manualhe's good o clever with his hands

    con habilidad: le sacó el secreto con habilidad — he cleverly o skilfully got the secret out of him

    2) (Jur) competence
    * * *
    1)
    a) (para actividad manual, física) skill
    b) (astucia, inteligencia) skill, cleverness

    con habilidad — cleverly, skillfully

    2) (Der) competence
    * * *
    = ability, competence, skill, talent, capacity, savoir faire, aptitude, dexterity, ingeniousness, skilfulness [skillfulness, -USA], prowess, faculty.
    Ex. The ability to search on word stems is particularly valuable where the text to be searched is in free-language format.
    Ex. In order that you should be able to perform these required skills with greater competence, selected elements of the theory of subject indexing will be included.
    Ex. However, successful human free language indexing is very dependent upon the skills of the individual indexer.
    Ex. This example goes to show that talent for academic work is only one variety of giftedness.
    Ex. Older people have suffered some losses in sensory and physical capacity, and newer teaching techniques might intimidate them.
    Ex. Library staff should be provided with the opportunity to see blunders which they occasionally commit as well as the laudable ' savoir faire' with which they dispatch some reference question.
    Ex. In tracking, schools categorize according to measures of intelligence, achievement, or aptitude and then assign students to ability or interest-grouped classes = En la subdivisión de los alumnos en clases según su nivel académico, las escuelas agrupan a los alumnos de acuerdo con su nivel de inteligencia, habilidad o aptitud y luego los asignan a las clases según su capacidad o por sus intereses.
    Ex. Reference work is merely a practical skill -- of a high-grade kind, to be sure -- but a mere dexterity, a mental facility, acquired by practice.
    Ex. But if, in the digital era, libraries must continue to compete, it will be about services -- the ingeniousness with which individual libraries tailor resource access to particular needs of their user communities.
    Ex. At present, limited data concerning the conversational skilfulness of school-age children have been available.
    Ex. The results endorse the need for continued application of marketing prowess, information science research, and library support systems.
    Ex. Sophia no sooner saw Blifil than she turned pale, and almost lost the use of all her faculties.
    ----
    * con habilidad = adeptly.
    * con pocas habilidades = poor-ability.
    * habilidad artística = artistry.
    * habilidad cognitiva = cognitive skill, cognitive ability, cognitive capacity.
    * habilidad de interpretar imágenes = visual literacy.
    * habilidad de razonar = thinking skills.
    * habilidad en el manejo de diferentes soportes = media competency.
    * habilidades = competency.
    * habilidades comunicativas = speaking skills.
    * habilidades lectoras = reading skills.
    * habilidades necesarias para la vida cotidiana = life skills.
    * habilidades orales = speaking skills.
    * habilidad especial = knack, knack.
    * habilidad física = physical ability, physical ability.
    * habilidad lectora = reading ability.
    * habilidad manual = manual skill.
    * habilidad mental = mental ability.
    * habilidad natural = knack, knack, natural ability.
    * habilidad política = statesmanship, political wisdom.
    * habilidad verbal = verbal skill.
    * perfeccionar una habilidad = hone + skill.
    * * *
    1)
    a) (para actividad manual, física) skill
    b) (astucia, inteligencia) skill, cleverness

    con habilidad — cleverly, skillfully

    2) (Der) competence
    * * *
    = ability, competence, skill, talent, capacity, savoir faire, aptitude, dexterity, ingeniousness, skilfulness [skillfulness, -USA], prowess, faculty.

    Ex: The ability to search on word stems is particularly valuable where the text to be searched is in free-language format.

    Ex: In order that you should be able to perform these required skills with greater competence, selected elements of the theory of subject indexing will be included.
    Ex: However, successful human free language indexing is very dependent upon the skills of the individual indexer.
    Ex: This example goes to show that talent for academic work is only one variety of giftedness.
    Ex: Older people have suffered some losses in sensory and physical capacity, and newer teaching techniques might intimidate them.
    Ex: Library staff should be provided with the opportunity to see blunders which they occasionally commit as well as the laudable ' savoir faire' with which they dispatch some reference question.
    Ex: In tracking, schools categorize according to measures of intelligence, achievement, or aptitude and then assign students to ability or interest-grouped classes = En la subdivisión de los alumnos en clases según su nivel académico, las escuelas agrupan a los alumnos de acuerdo con su nivel de inteligencia, habilidad o aptitud y luego los asignan a las clases según su capacidad o por sus intereses.
    Ex: Reference work is merely a practical skill -- of a high-grade kind, to be sure -- but a mere dexterity, a mental facility, acquired by practice.
    Ex: But if, in the digital era, libraries must continue to compete, it will be about services -- the ingeniousness with which individual libraries tailor resource access to particular needs of their user communities.
    Ex: At present, limited data concerning the conversational skilfulness of school-age children have been available.
    Ex: The results endorse the need for continued application of marketing prowess, information science research, and library support systems.
    Ex: Sophia no sooner saw Blifil than she turned pale, and almost lost the use of all her faculties.
    * con habilidad = adeptly.
    * con pocas habilidades = poor-ability.
    * habilidad artística = artistry.
    * habilidad cognitiva = cognitive skill, cognitive ability, cognitive capacity.
    * habilidad de interpretar imágenes = visual literacy.
    * habilidad de razonar = thinking skills.
    * habilidad en el manejo de diferentes soportes = media competency.
    * habilidades = competency.
    * habilidades comunicativas = speaking skills.
    * habilidades lectoras = reading skills.
    * habilidades necesarias para la vida cotidiana = life skills.
    * habilidades orales = speaking skills.
    * habilidad especial = knack, knack.
    * habilidad física = physical ability, physical ability.
    * habilidad lectora = reading ability.
    * habilidad manual = manual skill.
    * habilidad mental = mental ability.
    * habilidad natural = knack, knack, natural ability.
    * habilidad política = statesmanship, political wisdom.
    * habilidad verbal = verbal skill.
    * perfeccionar una habilidad = hone + skill.

    * * *
    A
    1 (para una actividad manual, física) skill
    siempre ha tenido gran habilidad para la carpintería he's always been very good o adept at carpentry, he's always been a very skilled o adept carpenter
    tiene especial habilidad para la costura he has a real gift o flair for sewing
    2 (astucia, inteligencia) skill, cleverness
    tiene gran habilidad para convencer a sus oponentes she is very clever o good o skilled at convincing her opponents, she has a great gift for convincing her opponents
    la película está realizada con gran habilidad it is a very cleverly o skillfully made movie
    B (de un testigo) competence
    Compuesto:
    fpl ( Lab Rel) interpersonal skills
    * * *

     

    habilidad sustantivo femenino
    1
    a) (para actividad manual, física) skill;


    b) (astucia, inteligencia) skill, cleverness;


    2 (Der) competence
    habilidad sustantivo femenino
    1 (con una herramienta, etc) skill: nos impresionó su habilidad al volante, we were impressed with his driving ability
    2 (astucia, ingenio) cleverness
    ' habilidad' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    acierto
    - apañada
    - apañado
    - arte
    - cabeza
    - capaz
    - conquista
    - darse
    - defenderse
    - ejercitar
    - habilidosa
    - habilidoso
    - incapaz
    - mía
    - mío
    - oxidada
    - oxidado
    - torpeza
    - apabullante
    - competencia
    - inexperto
    - maestría
    - manual
    - maña
    - razón
    English:
    aptitude
    - born
    - capability
    - cleverness
    - confidence
    - craft
    - display
    - expertise
    - facility
    - fluent
    - green fingers
    - green thumb
    - inexpertly
    - innate
    - mental
    - moderate
    - proficiency
    - qualify
    - skill
    - touch
    - workmanship
    - accomplishment
    - dexterity
    * * *
    1. [destreza] skill;
    una de sus muchas habilidades es la música music is just one of his many skills;
    tener habilidad para algo to be good at sth
    2. [inteligencia] cleverness;
    salió del compromiso con habilidad she cleverly extricated herself from the situation
    3. Ling performance
    * * *
    f
    1 skill
    2 ( capacidad) ability
    3 ( astucia) cleverness
    * * *
    capacidad: ability, skill
    * * *
    habilidad n skill

    Spanish-English dictionary > habilidad

  • 19 logrado

    adj.
    successful.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: lograr.
    * * *
    1→ link=lograr lograr
    1 (conseguido) successful
    * * *
    * * *
    - da adjetivo successful
    * * *
    = licked, slick.
    Ex. Modern art is often characterized by its overt acknowledgement of materials and process, whereas the licked surface of academic art is perceived as a sympton of pre-modern concerns.
    Ex. Whether conceived as a bookmark, newspaper tabloid, balloon, slick booklet, or some other format, the client-directed annual report conveys not only the information itself but also the intent to focus on the client's interest.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo successful
    * * *
    = licked, slick.

    Ex: Modern art is often characterized by its overt acknowledgement of materials and process, whereas the licked surface of academic art is perceived as a sympton of pre-modern concerns.

    Ex: Whether conceived as a bookmark, newspaper tabloid, balloon, slick booklet, or some other format, the client-directed annual report conveys not only the information itself but also the intent to focus on the client's interest.

    * * *
    logrado -da
    successful
    uno de los aspectos más or mejor logrados de la obra one of the most successful aspects of the work
    un logrado busto del escritor a lifelike bust of the writer
    una recreación muy lograda del ambiente de la época a very authentic recreation of the atmosphere of the period
    * * *

    Del verbo lograr: ( conjugate lograr)

    logrado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    logrado    
    lograr
    logrado
    ◊ -da adjetivo ( satisfactorio) successful;


    ( verosímil) ‹retrato/personaje lifelike
    lograr ( conjugate lograr) verbo transitivo objetivo to attain, achieve;
    éxito to achieve;

    logrado hacer algo to manage to do sth
    lograr verbo transitivo
    1 to obtain: logró hacerse escuchar, he managed to make himself heard
    logrará su propósito, he'll achieve his purpose
    no logro conciliar el sueño, I can't sleep ➣ Ver nota en manage 2 (medalla, reconocimiento) to win

    ' logrado' also found in these entries:
    English:
    attain
    - pull off
    - slick
    - accomplished
    - achievement
    - do
    - set
    * * *
    logrado, -a adj
    [bien hecho] accomplished;
    es una imitación muy lograda it is a very authentic imitation
    * * *
    adj excellent
    * * *
    logrado, -da adj
    : successful, well done

    Spanish-English dictionary > logrado

  • 20 académico

    adj.
    1 academic, academical, theoretical.
    2 academic.
    3 pedagogical, university, scholastic.
    4 academic, educational.
    5 academic, intellectually capable, scholarly.
    6 academic.
    m.
    1 academician, member of an academy.
    2 university professor, academic, scholarly person, academe.
    * * *
    1 academic
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 academician, member of an academy
    * * *
    1. (f. - académica)
    noun
    academic, academician
    2. (f. - académica)
    adj.
    * * *
    académico, -a
    1.
    2.
    SM / F academician, member (of an academy)

    académico/a de número — full member ( of an academy)

    * * *
    I
    - ca adjetivo
    a) <estudios/año> academic (before n)
    b) <sillón/normas> Academy (before n) ( esp of the Royal Academy of the Spanish language)
    c) <estilo/lenguaje> academic
    II
    - ca masculino, femenino academician
    * * *
    I
    - ca adjetivo
    a) <estudios/año> academic (before n)
    b) <sillón/normas> Academy (before n) ( esp of the Royal Academy of the Spanish language)
    c) <estilo/lenguaje> academic
    II
    - ca masculino, femenino academician
    * * *
    académico1

    Ex: BITNET and Internet are parts of a worldwide computer network for researchers, academicians, and information professionals.

    * académicos, los = academic, the.
    * promovido por los académicos = academic-led.

    académico2
    2 = academic, faculty, learned, scholarly, scholastic, curricular.

    Ex: Academic disputations are generally entered under the heading for the faculty moderator.

    Ex: Academic disputations are generally entered under the heading for the faculty moderator.
    Ex: Abstracts will accompany various learned, technical or scholarly contributions.
    Ex: Personal authorship has been accepted for some time, and indeed reflects the scholarly practice of the western world.
    Ex: This extraordinary assault on a fine old children's book has ever since stood for me as the epitome of the scholastic abuse of literature.
    Ex: The public librarian can attend faculty meetings to ascertain curricular needs and use the latitude of the library's collection to augment the school's capacity.
    * académico-industrial = academic-industrial.
    * actuación académica = learning performance.
    * año académico = school year.
    * asuntos académicos = academic affairs.
    * biblioteconomía especializada en las bibliotecas académicas = college librarianship.
    * carrera académica = academic career.
    * comité de ordenación académica = course committee.
    * comunidad académica = learning community, academic community.
    * cultura académica = academic culture.
    * curso académico = academic course.
    * debate académico = academic debate.
    * desarrollo académico = academic development.
    * estudio académico = academic study.
    * expediente académico de la escuela = high school record.
    * falta de ética académica = academic dishonesty.
    * formación académica = formal education.
    * mundo académico, el = academic, the, academic world, the, world of academia, the.
    * no académico = non-academic.
    * ordenación académica = academic affairs.
    * recurso académico = scholarly resource.
    * rendimiento académico = learning achievement, learning performance.
    * revista académica = academic journal.
    * sector académico, el = academic sector, the.
    * titulación académica = academic qualification.
    * tutor académico = teaching mentor.

    * * *
    1 ‹estudios/año› academic ( before n)
    2 ‹sillón/normas› Academy ( before n) ( esp of the Royal Academy of the Spanish language)
    3 ‹estilo/lenguaje› academic
    masculine, feminine
    academician
    Compuestos:
    académico correspondiente, académica correspondiente
    masculine, feminine corresponding member ( esp of the Royal Academy of the Spanish language)
    académico de número, académica de número
    masculine, feminine permanent member ( esp of the Royal Academy of the Spanish language)
    * * *

    académico
    ◊ -ca adjetivo ‹estudios/año academic ( before n);


    estilo/lenguaje academic
    ■ sustantivo masculino, femenino
    academician
    académico,-a adjetivo & sustantivo masculino y femenino academic
    ' académico' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    académica
    - año
    - curso
    - historial
    - apertura
    - expediente
    - título
    English:
    academic
    - Ivy League
    - qualification
    - record
    - school
    - session
    - home
    - scholarly
    - tracking
    * * *
    académico, -a
    adj
    1. [año, título] academic
    2. [estilo] academic
    3. [de la Academia] of/from the Academy;
    el diccionario académico the Academy dictionary
    nm,f
    academician
    académico de número full academy member
    * * *
    I adj academic
    II m, académica f academician, member of an academy
    * * *
    académico, -ca adj
    : academic, scholastic
    académico, -ca n
    : academic, academician
    * * *
    académico adj academic

    Spanish-English dictionary > académico

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