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  • 801 decorado

    adj.
    decorated, trimmed.
    m.
    1 set (Cine & Teatro).
    decorados sets, scenery
    2 decoration, decor, scenery, stage set.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: decorar.
    * * *
    1 (efecto) decoration
    2 TEATRO scenery, set
    * * *
    noun m.
    scenery, stage set
    * * *
    SM (Cine, Teat) scenery, set
    * * *
    * * *
    = scenery, set, draped, patterned.
    Ex. This article considers the research needs of those producing amateur theatre production (costumes and scenery) and suggests ways in which they may work closely with public libraries.
    Ex. They seek plays which can be represented with only one set or with limited scene changing.
    Ex. The theater for the puppet show was made of three draped art-room tables.
    Ex. It contains a multitude of traditional gardens, ponds, splendidly patterned walls, and many other beautiful structures all perfectly balanced in natural settings designated as a world heritage by UNESCO = Tiene una gran cantidad de jardines tradicionales, lagunas, paredes maravillosamente decoradas y muchas otras bonitas estructuras perfectamente integradas en un entorno natural elegido por la UNESCO como patrimonio de la humanidad.
    ----
    * cambiar el decorado = change + the scenery.
    * decorado con abalorios = beaded.
    * decorado con joyas = jewelled.
    * decorado con volantes = frilly [frillier -comp., frilliest -sup,].
    * ricamente decorado = ornate.
    * * *
    * * *
    = scenery, set, draped, patterned.

    Ex: This article considers the research needs of those producing amateur theatre production (costumes and scenery) and suggests ways in which they may work closely with public libraries.

    Ex: They seek plays which can be represented with only one set or with limited scene changing.
    Ex: The theater for the puppet show was made of three draped art-room tables.
    Ex: It contains a multitude of traditional gardens, ponds, splendidly patterned walls, and many other beautiful structures all perfectly balanced in natural settings designated as a world heritage by UNESCO = Tiene una gran cantidad de jardines tradicionales, lagunas, paredes maravillosamente decoradas y muchas otras bonitas estructuras perfectamente integradas en un entorno natural elegido por la UNESCO como patrimonio de la humanidad.
    * cambiar el decorado = change + the scenery.
    * decorado con abalorios = beaded.
    * decorado con joyas = jewelled.
    * decorado con volantes = frilly [frillier -comp., frilliest -sup,].
    * ricamente decorado = ornate.

    * * *
    set
    formar parte del decorado ( fam); to be part of the furniture ( colloq)
    * * *

    Del verbo decorar: ( conjugate decorar)

    decorado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    decorado    
    decorar
    decorado sustantivo masculino
    set
    decorar ( conjugate decorar) verbo transitivo
    to decorate
    decorado sustantivo masculino scenery, set: el final de la dictadura transformó el decorado político de España, the end of the dictaroship in Spain marked a change in the political situation
    decorar verbo transitivo to decorate: esta empresa nos decoró la oficina en una semana, this company decorated the office in a week
    ' decorado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    recargar
    - simular
    - escenografía
    English:
    decoration
    - lush
    - richly
    - scenery
    - sculpture
    - set
    - stark
    - scene
    * * *
    set;
    decorados sets, scenery;
    formar o [m5] ser parte del decorado to be part of the furniture
    * * *
    m TEA set
    * * *
    : stage set, scenery
    * * *
    decorado n set

    Spanish-English dictionary > decorado

  • 802 dedicado

    adj.
    1 dedicated, dutiful.
    2 exclusive.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: dedicar.
    * * *
    1→ link=dedicar dedicar
    1 dedicated
    2 (foto, etc) signed
    * * *
    (f. - dedicada)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ (Inform) dedicated
    * * *
    = committed, hard-core.
    Ex. Indeed, as was pointed out in chapter one, this is the challenge that the committed reference librarian finds so stimulating.
    Ex. Crafton unearths material with which even hard-core buffs will be unfamiliar.
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    * acceso dedicado = dedicated access.
    * conexión dedicada = dedicated link.
    * dedicado a = intended for, involved with, in the business of.
    * dedicado a la investigación = research-oriented.
    * dedicado al paciente = patient-based.
    * dedicado al público = public-oriented.
    * dedicado al servicio = service-oriented.
    * dedicado al usuario = user-related.
    * dedicado a una aplicación específica = dedicated.
    * empresa dedicada al desarrollo de productos = product developer.
    * no dedicado a la investigación = non-research.
    * * *
    = committed, hard-core.

    Ex: Indeed, as was pointed out in chapter one, this is the challenge that the committed reference librarian finds so stimulating.

    Ex: Crafton unearths material with which even hard-core buffs will be unfamiliar.
    * acceso dedicado = dedicated access.
    * conexión dedicada = dedicated link.
    * dedicado a = intended for, involved with, in the business of.
    * dedicado a la investigación = research-oriented.
    * dedicado al paciente = patient-based.
    * dedicado al público = public-oriented.
    * dedicado al servicio = service-oriented.
    * dedicado al usuario = user-related.
    * dedicado a una aplicación específica = dedicated.
    * empresa dedicada al desarrollo de productos = product developer.
    * no dedicado a la investigación = non-research.

    * * *
    dedicado, -a adj
    Informát dedicated

    Spanish-English dictionary > dedicado

  • 803 dedicado a la investigación

    Ex. They have achieved this by dividing their building into public-oriented and research-oriented levels and sectioning each level into thematic areas.
    * * *

    Ex: They have achieved this by dividing their building into public-oriented and research-oriented levels and sectioning each level into thematic areas.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dedicado a la investigación

  • 804 dedicado al público

    (adj.) = public-oriented
    Ex. They have achieved this by dividing their building into public-oriented and research-oriented levels and sectioning each level into thematic areas.
    * * *

    Ex: They have achieved this by dividing their building into public-oriented and research-oriented levels and sectioning each level into thematic areas.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dedicado al público

  • 805 dedicar

    v.
    1 to devote.
    2 to use.
    este solar se dedicará a viviendas this land will be used for housing
    3 to dedicate (libro, monumento).
    dedicó al público unas palabras de agradecimiento he addressed a few words of thanks to the audience
    * * *
    Conjugation model [ SACAR], like link=sacar sacar
    1 (una dedicatoria) to dedicate, inscribe
    2 (tiempo, dinero) to devote (a, to)
    3 (palabras) to address
    4 (tener admiración, atenciones, etc) to show, have
    5 RELIGIÓN to dedicate, consecrate
    1 to devote oneself (a, to), dedicate oneself (a, to)
    se dedica a la enseñanza she's a teacher, she teaches
    ¿a qué te dedicas? what do you do for a living?
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) [+ obra, canción] to dedicate

    quisiera dedicar unas palabras de agradecimiento a... — I should like to address a few words of thanks to...

    2) [+ tiempo, espacio, atención] to devote, give; [+ esfuerzo] to devote

    dedico un día a la semana a ordenar mis papelesI devote o give one day a week to organizing my paperwork

    ha dedicado toda su vida a los derechos humanosshe has dedicated o devoted her whole life to human rights

    3) (Rel) to dedicate, consecrate
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    a)

    dedicar algo a algo/+ inf — <tiempo/esfuerzos> to devote something to something/-ing

    dedicó su vida a la ciencia/ayudar a los pobres — she devoted her life to science/to helping the poor

    b) (ofrendar, ofrecer) <obra/canción> to dedicate
    c) (Relig) to dedicate
    2.
    dedicarse v pron

    dedicarse a algo/+ inf — to devote oneself to something/-ing

    b) (tener cierta ocupación, profesión)

    ¿a qué se dedica tu padre? — what does your father do?

    se dedica a la investigación/a enseñar — he does research/he teaches

    * * *
    = cover, dedicate, devote, lavish, give over, set + apart, put + aside.
    Ex. The schedules are divided into two parts, one covering music scores and parts and the other concerned with music literature.
    Ex. Chapter 2 tackles books, pamphlets and printed sheets, and chapter 3 is dedicated to cartographic materials.
    Ex. A book for instance on 'vegetable gardening' may contain equally valuable information on 'growing tomatoes' as a book devoted entirely to 'growing tomatoes'.
    Ex. The physical nature of the book is the aspect on which the major amount of study is likely to be lavished.
    Ex. Part III and Part V of the present work are given over to descriptions of such schemes.
    Ex. Storytelling and reading in a room set apart and led by competent people can be an entertainment designed for all.
    Ex. If there is one, the borrower must be notified, and the copy somehow put aside for that borrower for a limited amount of time.
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    * Algo a lo que hay que dedicar mucho tiempo = time-consuming [time consuming].
    * dedicar algún tiempo a hacer algo = have + a turn at.
    * dedicar atención = devote + attention.
    * dedicar atención a = turn + Posesivo + mind to.
    * dedicar dinero = dedicate + money.
    * dedicar el tiempo y el esfuerzo = take + the time and effort.
    * dedicar energía = expend + energy.
    * dedicar esfuerzo = expend + effort, spend + effort, devote + energy, give + effort.
    * dedicar la vida a = devote + life to.
    * dedicar + Posesivo + atención = turn + Posesivo + attention, turn + Posesivo + thoughts.
    * dedicar + Posesivo + atención a un problema = turn + Posesivo + attention to problem.
    * dedicar recursos = divert + resources, commit + resources.
    * dedicar recursos a = direct + resources toward(s).
    * dedicarse = break into, tackle.
    * dedicarse a = aim at, be concerned with, embark on/upon, engage in, indulge in, turn to, get + involved with/in, devote + Reflexivo + to, home in on, enter + a business, make + a life's work of, spend + Posesivo + days, go into.
    * dedicarse a la política = politick.
    * dedicarse al ocio = spend + Posesivo + leisure time.
    * dedicarse a lo de Uno = go about + Posesivo + business.
    * dedicarse a + Posesivo + quehacer cotidiano = go about + Posesivo + everyday life.
    * dedicarse a + Posesivo + quehacer diario = go about + Posesivo + everyday life.
    * dedicarse a + Posesivo + tareas cotidianas = go about + Posesivo + everyday life.
    * dedicarse a + Posesivo + tareas diarias = go about + Posesivo + everyday life.
    * dedicarse a un hobby = pursue + hobby.
    * dedicarse a un negocio = enter + a business.
    * dedicarse de lleno a = get + Posesivo + teeth into.
    * dedicar tiempo = spend + time, lend + time, expend + time, dedicate + time.
    * dedicar tiempo a = take + time on.
    * dedicar toda una vida = spend + lifetime.
    * dedicar todo el esfuerzo del mundo a = put + Posesivo + heart into.
    * dedicar trabajo = expend + effort.
    * dedicar un gran número de = pour (in/into).
    * dedicar unos minutos = take + a few minutes, take + a few moments.
    * dinero + dedicarse a = money + go towards.
    * instalaciones para dedicar el tiempo libre = leisure facilities.
    * madre que se dedica a sus hijos = practising mother.
    * que hay que dedicarle mucho tiempo = time-intensive.
    * siempre que uno puede dedicarle el tiempo = in + Posesivo + own time.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    a)

    dedicar algo a algo/+ inf — <tiempo/esfuerzos> to devote something to something/-ing

    dedicó su vida a la ciencia/ayudar a los pobres — she devoted her life to science/to helping the poor

    b) (ofrendar, ofrecer) <obra/canción> to dedicate
    c) (Relig) to dedicate
    2.
    dedicarse v pron

    dedicarse a algo/+ inf — to devote oneself to something/-ing

    b) (tener cierta ocupación, profesión)

    ¿a qué se dedica tu padre? — what does your father do?

    se dedica a la investigación/a enseñar — he does research/he teaches

    * * *
    = cover, dedicate, devote, lavish, give over, set + apart, put + aside.

    Ex: The schedules are divided into two parts, one covering music scores and parts and the other concerned with music literature.

    Ex: Chapter 2 tackles books, pamphlets and printed sheets, and chapter 3 is dedicated to cartographic materials.
    Ex: A book for instance on 'vegetable gardening' may contain equally valuable information on 'growing tomatoes' as a book devoted entirely to 'growing tomatoes'.
    Ex: The physical nature of the book is the aspect on which the major amount of study is likely to be lavished.
    Ex: Part III and Part V of the present work are given over to descriptions of such schemes.
    Ex: Storytelling and reading in a room set apart and led by competent people can be an entertainment designed for all.
    Ex: If there is one, the borrower must be notified, and the copy somehow put aside for that borrower for a limited amount of time.
    * Algo a lo que hay que dedicar mucho tiempo = time-consuming [time consuming].
    * dedicar algún tiempo a hacer algo = have + a turn at.
    * dedicar atención = devote + attention.
    * dedicar atención a = turn + Posesivo + mind to.
    * dedicar dinero = dedicate + money.
    * dedicar el tiempo y el esfuerzo = take + the time and effort.
    * dedicar energía = expend + energy.
    * dedicar esfuerzo = expend + effort, spend + effort, devote + energy, give + effort.
    * dedicar la vida a = devote + life to.
    * dedicar + Posesivo + atención = turn + Posesivo + attention, turn + Posesivo + thoughts.
    * dedicar + Posesivo + atención a un problema = turn + Posesivo + attention to problem.
    * dedicar recursos = divert + resources, commit + resources.
    * dedicar recursos a = direct + resources toward(s).
    * dedicarse = break into, tackle.
    * dedicarse a = aim at, be concerned with, embark on/upon, engage in, indulge in, turn to, get + involved with/in, devote + Reflexivo + to, home in on, enter + a business, make + a life's work of, spend + Posesivo + days, go into.
    * dedicarse a la política = politick.
    * dedicarse al ocio = spend + Posesivo + leisure time.
    * dedicarse a lo de Uno = go about + Posesivo + business.
    * dedicarse a + Posesivo + quehacer cotidiano = go about + Posesivo + everyday life.
    * dedicarse a + Posesivo + quehacer diario = go about + Posesivo + everyday life.
    * dedicarse a + Posesivo + tareas cotidianas = go about + Posesivo + everyday life.
    * dedicarse a + Posesivo + tareas diarias = go about + Posesivo + everyday life.
    * dedicarse a un hobby = pursue + hobby.
    * dedicarse a un negocio = enter + a business.
    * dedicarse de lleno a = get + Posesivo + teeth into.
    * dedicar tiempo = spend + time, lend + time, expend + time, dedicate + time.
    * dedicar tiempo a = take + time on.
    * dedicar toda una vida = spend + lifetime.
    * dedicar todo el esfuerzo del mundo a = put + Posesivo + heart into.
    * dedicar trabajo = expend + effort.
    * dedicar un gran número de = pour (in/into).
    * dedicar unos minutos = take + a few minutes, take + a few moments.
    * dinero + dedicarse a = money + go towards.
    * instalaciones para dedicar el tiempo libre = leisure facilities.
    * madre que se dedica a sus hijos = practising mother.
    * que hay que dedicarle mucho tiempo = time-intensive.
    * siempre que uno puede dedicarle el tiempo = in + Posesivo + own time.

    * * *
    dedicar [A2 ]
    vt
    1 ‹esfuerzos/tiempo› dedicar algo A algo to devote sth TO sth
    dedico mucho tiempo a la lectura I devote a lot of time to reading
    ha dedicado su vida entera a esta causa she has dedicated o devoted her whole life to this cause
    2 (destinar) ‹habitación/campo› dedicar algo A algo to give sth over TO sth
    vamos a dedicar este cuarto a archivo we're going to set this room aside for o give this room over to the files
    3 (ofrendar, ofrecer) to dedicate
    le dedicó la obra a su profesor she dedicated the play to her teacher
    quisiera dedicar esta canción a … I'd like to dedicate this song to …
    me regaló una copia dedicada she gave me a signed copy
    4 ( Relig) to dedicate
    dedicarse A algo to devote oneself TO sth
    ¿a qué se dedica tu padre? what does your father do?
    dejó de trabajar para dedicarse a sus hijos she gave up work to devote herself to the children
    dedicarse A + INF:
    se dedica a pintar en sus ratos libres she spends her free time painting, she paints in her free time
    se dedica a hacerme la vida imposible he does his best to make my life impossible
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    dedicar ( conjugate dedicar) verbo transitivo
    a) ( consagrar) dedicar algo a algo/hacer algo ‹tiempo/esfuerzos› to devote sth to sth/doing sth;

    dedicó su vida a la ciencia/ayudar a los pobres she devoted her life to science/to helping the poor

    b) (ofrendar, ofrecer) ‹obra/canción to dedicate

    dedicarse verbo pronominal
    a) ( consagrarse) dedicarse a algo/hacer algo to devote oneself to sth/doing sth

    b) (tener cierta ocupación, profesión):

    ¿a qué se dedica tu padre? what does your father do?;

    se dedica a la investigación she does research;
    se dedica a pintar en sus ratos libres she spends her free time painting
    dedicar verbo transitivo
    1 to dedicate: dedicó la película a su hija, she dedicated the film to her daughter
    2 (destinar tiempo, esfuerzos) to devote [a, to]: dedica una hora diaria a la pintura, she spends an hour a day painting
    ' dedicar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    consagrar
    - consignar
    - entregar
    English:
    autograph
    - dedicate
    - devote
    - give up
    * * *
    vt
    1. [tiempo, dinero, energía] to devote (a to);
    he dedicado todos mis esfuerzos a esta novela I've put everything I could into this novel;
    dedicó sus ahorros a comprar una nueva casa he used his savings to buy a new house
    2. [espacio, cuarto, solar] to use;
    dedicaron la bodega a almacén they used the wine cellar as a storeroom;
    este solar se dedicará a viviendas this land will be used for housing
    3. [libro, monumento] to dedicate;
    tengo una copia dedicada de su libro I have a signed copy of his book;
    dedicó al público unas palabras de agradecimiento he addressed a few words of thanks to the audience
    4. [templo, ofrenda] to dedicate
    * * *
    v/t dedicate; esfuerzo devote
    * * *
    dedicar {72} vt
    consagrar: to dedicate, to devote
    * * *
    1. (tiempo) to devote
    2. (una obra) to dedicate

    Spanish-English dictionary > dedicar

  • 806 dedicarse a

    v.
    1 to dedicate oneself to, to devote oneself to, to apply oneself to, to give oneself to.
    Ella se dedica a aprender She dedicates herself to learn.
    Ella se dedica a pasear perros She dedicates herself to walk dogs.
    2 to concentrate on, to go in for, to work on, to pursue.
    Ella se dedica a los estudios She concentrates on her studies.
    * * *
    * * *
    (v.) = aim at, be concerned with, embark on/upon, engage in, indulge in, turn to, get + involved with/in, devote + Reflexivo + to, home in on, enter + a business, make + a life's work of, spend + Posesivo + days, go into
    Ex. This paper describes research carried out into the use of an on-line bulletin board service aimed at those in the academic community who are interested in applying computing to teaching in the Arts and Humanities.
    Ex. Now we are concerned in this work with the organisation of knowledge and information retrieval in a specific context.
    Ex. Before we embark upon more extensive consideration of the software packages and their use in information retrieval, it is worth reviewing the options for computer hardware.
    Ex. In the libraries which were engaged in large-scale cataloguing co-operation was central to developments, as outlined in chapter 18.
    Ex. Each library must make policy decisions concerning whether it will indulge in analytical cataloguing.
    Ex. We shall turn to this distinction very shortly.
    Ex. This article aims to cover tools that shed light on what the stakes might be in getting involved with CD-ROM technology = Este artículo intenta analizar las herramientas que nos aclaren cuáles podrían ser los riesgos de involucrarse con la tecnología del CD-ROM.
    Ex. Having devoted herself to medical librarianship in her elective course work, she hoped when she received her degree to put her knowledge to work at a university medical school.
    Ex. This article discusses the organisations that develop standards in information management and homes in on the US national bodies central to many of the international standards.
    Ex. Some of those pupils will undoubtedly enter one kind of business or another which has links with Europe.
    Ex. For librarianship students not intending to make a life's work of official publications the problem is to teach an awareness that they are not necessarily highly specialist materials of restricted interest.
    Ex. He now spends his days drawing, painting and counting himself lucky that he actually gets paid for doing what he loves.
    Ex. She views librarianship through traditional eyes and plans to go into public service.
    * * *
    (v.) = aim at, be concerned with, embark on/upon, engage in, indulge in, turn to, get + involved with/in, devote + Reflexivo + to, home in on, enter + a business, make + a life's work of, spend + Posesivo + days, go into

    Ex: This paper describes research carried out into the use of an on-line bulletin board service aimed at those in the academic community who are interested in applying computing to teaching in the Arts and Humanities.

    Ex: Now we are concerned in this work with the organisation of knowledge and information retrieval in a specific context.
    Ex: Before we embark upon more extensive consideration of the software packages and their use in information retrieval, it is worth reviewing the options for computer hardware.
    Ex: In the libraries which were engaged in large-scale cataloguing co-operation was central to developments, as outlined in chapter 18.
    Ex: Each library must make policy decisions concerning whether it will indulge in analytical cataloguing.
    Ex: We shall turn to this distinction very shortly.
    Ex: This article aims to cover tools that shed light on what the stakes might be in getting involved with CD-ROM technology = Este artículo intenta analizar las herramientas que nos aclaren cuáles podrían ser los riesgos de involucrarse con la tecnología del CD-ROM.
    Ex: Having devoted herself to medical librarianship in her elective course work, she hoped when she received her degree to put her knowledge to work at a university medical school.
    Ex: This article discusses the organisations that develop standards in information management and homes in on the US national bodies central to many of the international standards.
    Ex: Some of those pupils will undoubtedly enter one kind of business or another which has links with Europe.
    Ex: For librarianship students not intending to make a life's work of official publications the problem is to teach an awareness that they are not necessarily highly specialist materials of restricted interest.
    Ex: He now spends his days drawing, painting and counting himself lucky that he actually gets paid for doing what he loves.
    Ex: She views librarianship through traditional eyes and plans to go into public service.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dedicarse a

  • 807 deducción

    f.
    1 deduction, conclusion, implication, inference.
    2 discount, deduction, rebate, subtraction.
    * * *
    1 deduction
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    SF
    1) (Fil) (=método) deduction; (=razonamiento) inference
    2) (Com) deduction
    * * *
    1) ( razonamiento) deduction; ( conclusión) conclusion
    2) ( descuento) deduction
    * * *
    = deduction, inference, deduction.
    Ex. The abstracts of research papers will typically represent incidental findings (e.g. properties, side-effects, important inconsistencies in arguments or deductions, newly discovered data sources).
    Ex. Although he was referring to American systems being used in Australian libraries, the inference has general implications.
    Ex. Each man took an equal share of the payment, regardless of how many pages he had set; deductions were made only for failings such as unpunctuality.
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    * deducción por donación a obras benéficas = charitable deduction, charitable tax deduction.
    * hacer una deducción = draw + inference, make + inference.
    * mediante la deducción = deductively.
    * reglas de deducción = topoi.
    * sacar una deducción = draw + inference.
    * sistema de deducción de puntos = points system.
    * * *
    1) ( razonamiento) deduction; ( conclusión) conclusion
    2) ( descuento) deduction
    * * *
    = deduction, inference, deduction.

    Ex: The abstracts of research papers will typically represent incidental findings (e.g. properties, side-effects, important inconsistencies in arguments or deductions, newly discovered data sources).

    Ex: Although he was referring to American systems being used in Australian libraries, the inference has general implications.
    Ex: Each man took an equal share of the payment, regardless of how many pages he had set; deductions were made only for failings such as unpunctuality.
    * deducción por donación a obras benéficas = charitable deduction, charitable tax deduction.
    * hacer una deducción = draw + inference, make + inference.
    * mediante la deducción = deductively.
    * reglas de deducción = topoi.
    * sacar una deducción = draw + inference.
    * sistema de deducción de puntos = points system.

    * * *
    A
    1 (razonamiento) deduction
    2 (conclusión) conclusion
    B (descuento) deduction
    * * *

    deducción sustantivo femenino
    deduction
    deducción sustantivo femenino deduction
    ' deducción' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    conclusión
    - determinar
    - síntesis
    English:
    deduction
    - from
    - inference
    * * *
    1. [razonamiento] deduction;
    llegar a la deducción de que… to come to the conclusion that…;
    ¿cómo lo adivinaste? – por deducción how did you guess? – it was the logical conclusion
    2. [en lógica] deduction
    3. [descuento] deduction;
    hacer una deducción de algo to make a deduction from sth;
    hacemos una deducción de 150 euros del precio original we'll deduct 150 euros from the original price
    deducción fiscal tax deduction
    * * *
    f deduction
    * * *
    deducción nf, pl - ciones : deduction

    Spanish-English dictionary > deducción

  • 808 defender la necesidad de

    (v.) = support + the case for
    Ex. To date, there has been little research supporting the case for school libraries = Hasta la fecha, ha habido pocas investigaciones que defiendan la necesidad de las bibliotecas escolares.
    * * *
    (v.) = support + the case for

    Ex: To date, there has been little research supporting the case for school libraries = Hasta la fecha, ha habido pocas investigaciones que defiendan la necesidad de las bibliotecas escolares.

    Spanish-English dictionary > defender la necesidad de

  • 809 defender los derechos de uno

    (v.) = stand up for + Posesivo + rights
    Ex. This article briefly reviews some of the research on stress and links this back to assertiveness -- standing up for one's rights without violating the rights of others -- as a stress-reducing technique which might be applicable in the library situation.
    * * *
    (v.) = stand up for + Posesivo + rights

    Ex: This article briefly reviews some of the research on stress and links this back to assertiveness -- standing up for one's rights without violating the rights of others -- as a stress-reducing technique which might be applicable in the library situation.

    Spanish-English dictionary > defender los derechos de uno

  • 810 defensa bioquímica

    (n.) = biodefence [biodefense, -USA]
    Ex. The article 'From bioweapon to biodefense' reports on a pilot scientometric project whose goal was to trace changes in biodefence research and the activities of its main players, Russia and the USA.
    * * *
    (n.) = biodefence [biodefense, -USA]

    Ex: The article 'From bioweapon to biodefense' reports on a pilot scientometric project whose goal was to trace changes in biodefence research and the activities of its main players, Russia and the USA.

    Spanish-English dictionary > defensa bioquímica

  • 811 defensa del consumidor

    Ex. Europe Environment carries useful reports on the activities of the lobby groups in the environmental, consumer protection and research fields.
    * * *

    Ex: Europe Environment carries useful reports on the activities of the lobby groups in the environmental, consumer protection and research fields.

    Spanish-English dictionary > defensa del consumidor

  • 812 deferencia

    f.
    1 deference.
    por deferencia a in deference to
    2 attention, courteous action, goodwill gesture, thoughtful attention.
    * * *
    1 deference
    \
    en/por deferencia a in deference to
    * * *

    en o por deferencia a o hacia algn — out of o in deference to sb

    * * *
    femenino (frml) deference

    por deferencia a alguien/algo — out of o in deference to somebody/something

    * * *
    Ex. Of course, the notion of service, though appealing to our altruism, also does have less attractive connotations of deference and, at worst, inferiority.
    ----
    * con deferencia = dutifully.
    * por deferencia a = in deference to.
    * * *
    femenino (frml) deference

    por deferencia a alguien/algo — out of o in deference to somebody/something

    * * *

    Ex: Of course, the notion of service, though appealing to our altruism, also does have less attractive connotations of deference and, at worst, inferiority.

    * con deferencia = dutifully.
    * por deferencia a = in deference to.

    * * *
    ( frml)
    deference
    tuvo la deferencia de cederme su lugar he was courteous enough to give up his place to me
    no muestran ninguna deferencia hacia or con los mayores they do not treat their elders with due deference o respect
    el gesto se interpretó como una deferencia hacia los visitantes the gesture was seen as a mark of respect toward(s) the visitors
    no lo dije por deferencia a la visita I refrained from saying it out of o in deference to our visitor
    * * *

    deferencia sustantivo femenino (frml) deference;
    por deferencia a algn/algo out of o in deference to sb/sth

    deferencia sustantivo femenino
    1 (consideración) deference: me callé por deferencia a tu padre, I kept quiet in deference to your father o I kept quiet out of respect for your father
    2 (amabilidad, cortesía) courtesy: tuvo la deferencia de invitarnos personalmente, she had the courtesy to invite us in person

    ' deferencia' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    gentileza
    - respeto
    English:
    defer
    - deference
    * * *
    deference;
    tuvo la deferencia de llevarme al aeropuerto she was kind enough to take me to the airport;
    por deferencia a in deference to
    * * *
    f deference;
    por deferencia a in deference to

    Spanish-English dictionary > deferencia

  • 813 degradar

    v.
    1 to degrade, to debase (moralmente).
    Sus amigos degradaron a Ricardo His friends degraded Richard.
    Ricardo degradó la leche por dinero Richard downgraded the milk for money.
    El general degradó al soldado vago The general degraded the lazy soldier.
    2 to demote.
    * * *
    1 to degrade, debase
    2 MILITAR to demote
    1 to demean oneself, degrade oneself
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) (=deteriorar) [+ salud] to cause to deteriorate; [+ litoral] to spoil; [+ calidad] to lower, make worse
    2) (Mil) to demote, downgrade
    3) (Inform) [+ datos] to corrupt
    4) (Geol) [+ suelo] to impoverish
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1)
    a) (Mil) to demote
    b) ( envilecer) to degrade
    c) ( empeorar) <calidad/valor> to diminish
    2) (Art) to gradate
    2.
    degradarse v pron
    a) persona ( humillarse) to demean oneself, degrade oneself
    b) (Quím) compuesto to decompose, degrade
    * * *
    = cheapen, debase, downgrade [down-grade], degrade, demean, demote, abase.
    Ex. Simplification is cheapening the process.
    Ex. As American industry has conclusively proven, the most direct way to cut costs is to debase the quality of the product.
    Ex. The opposite of the 'halo effect' -- downgrading someone you dislike but whose work is good -- is also an error.
    Ex. In point of fact, I am well aware that catalogers, as a group, resist with every cell in their bodies any attempt to erode or degrade or compromise the catalog.
    Ex. While there have been some praiseworthy improvements over the past few years, many biased headings persist which demean the very people who use the catalog.
    Ex. Supervisors may have to take such action as demoting or terminating an employee.
    Ex. Fairy tales not abased by the 'culture industry' might save us from our present state of barbarism resulting from a capitalism run wild.
    ----
    * degradarse = degrade.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1)
    a) (Mil) to demote
    b) ( envilecer) to degrade
    c) ( empeorar) <calidad/valor> to diminish
    2) (Art) to gradate
    2.
    degradarse v pron
    a) persona ( humillarse) to demean oneself, degrade oneself
    b) (Quím) compuesto to decompose, degrade
    * * *
    = cheapen, debase, downgrade [down-grade], degrade, demean, demote, abase.

    Ex: Simplification is cheapening the process.

    Ex: As American industry has conclusively proven, the most direct way to cut costs is to debase the quality of the product.
    Ex: The opposite of the 'halo effect' -- downgrading someone you dislike but whose work is good -- is also an error.
    Ex: In point of fact, I am well aware that catalogers, as a group, resist with every cell in their bodies any attempt to erode or degrade or compromise the catalog.
    Ex: While there have been some praiseworthy improvements over the past few years, many biased headings persist which demean the very people who use the catalog.
    Ex: Supervisors may have to take such action as demoting or terminating an employee.
    Ex: Fairy tales not abased by the 'culture industry' might save us from our present state of barbarism resulting from a capitalism run wild.
    * degradarse = degrade.

    * * *
    degradar [A1 ]
    vt
    A
    1 ( Mil) to demote
    2 (envilecer) to degrade
    estas prácticas degradan al ser humano these practices are degrading to human beings
    3 (empeorar) ‹calidad/valor› to diminish
    el suelo está excesivamente degradado the soil is too impoverished
    4 ( Quím) ‹compuesto› to degrade
    B ( Art) to gradate
    1 «persona» (humillarse) to demean oneself, degrade oneself, humiliate oneself
    2 ( Quím) «compuesto» to decompose, degrade
    * * *

    degradar ( conjugate degradar) verbo transitivo
    a) (Mil) to demote


    c) ( empeorar) ‹calidad/valor to diminish

    degradarse verbo pronominal [ persona] to demean oneself, degrade oneself
    degradar verbo transitivo
    1 to degrade: esos actos de barbarie le degradan, he had degraded himself by committing such barbaric acts
    2 (en una jerarquía) to demote
    ' degradar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    denigrar
    English:
    debase
    - degrade
    - rank
    - cheapen
    - demean
    - demote
    * * *
    vt
    1. [moralmente] to degrade, to debase;
    el alcohol la ha degradado she's been ruined by drink
    2. [físicamente] [medio ambiente, naturaleza] to degrade;
    [calidad, servicio, producto] to cause to deteriorate;
    la contaminación degrada el medio ambiente pollution degrades the environment
    3. [de mando militar, cargo] to demote, to downgrade
    * * *
    v/t
    1 degrade
    2 MIL demote
    3 PINT gradate
    * * *
    1) : to degrade, to debase
    2) : to demote

    Spanish-English dictionary > degradar

  • 814 dejar Algo aparcado

    (v.) = put + Nombre + on ice, put + Nombre + on mothballs
    Ex. Any action that the government might have considered taking was put on ice pending the results of the Royal Commission on Legal Services set up in 1976.
    Ex. Substantial differences caused the breakup and the project was put on mothballs.
    * * *
    (v.) = put + Nombre + on ice, put + Nombre + on mothballs

    Ex: Any action that the government might have considered taking was put on ice pending the results of the Royal Commission on Legal Services set up in 1976.

    Ex: Substantial differences caused the breakup and the project was put on mothballs.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dejar Algo aparcado

  • 815 dejar atrás

    v.
    to leave behind, to beat out, to surpass, to outpace.
    * * *
    (v.) = leave + behind, outstrip, outpace, outdistance, leave + Nombre + behind, leave by + the wayside, move on from
    Ex. It is not difficult to understand how the apparently continuous flow of IT developments can give rise to the feeling of being left behind with outmoded techniques and concerns.
    Ex. The increasing demand for paper of all sorts, which the giant productivity of the Fourdrinier machine could easily meet, resulted in a parallel demand for rags which was soon outstripping the supply.
    Ex. Technology is outpacing most countries and the international community.
    Ex. The public library cannot outdistance the intellectual climate in which it finds itself.
    Ex. Students cite 'ease and speed of online research as their main reasons for leaving the library behind'.
    Ex. She seeks to recontextualize those events that history has estranged, destroyed or capriciously left by the wayside.
    Ex. He is moving on from the past and looking forward to a tremendous future helping to educate parents from his personal experiences.
    * * *
    (v.) = leave + behind, outstrip, outpace, outdistance, leave + Nombre + behind, leave by + the wayside, move on from

    Ex: It is not difficult to understand how the apparently continuous flow of IT developments can give rise to the feeling of being left behind with outmoded techniques and concerns.

    Ex: The increasing demand for paper of all sorts, which the giant productivity of the Fourdrinier machine could easily meet, resulted in a parallel demand for rags which was soon outstripping the supply.
    Ex: Technology is outpacing most countries and the international community.
    Ex: The public library cannot outdistance the intellectual climate in which it finds itself.
    Ex: Students cite 'ease and speed of online research as their main reasons for leaving the library behind'.
    Ex: She seeks to recontextualize those events that history has estranged, destroyed or capriciously left by the wayside.
    Ex: He is moving on from the past and looking forward to a tremendous future helping to educate parents from his personal experiences.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dejar atrás

  • 816 dejar entrever

    v.
    to insinuate, to imply.
    * * *
    to hint
    * * *
    (v.) = provide + a glimpse of, hint, insinuate, hint at, give + a hint, intimate
    Ex. Close attention to the role of the computer specialist provides a glimpse of the world behind the reference desk.
    Ex. Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex. Novels are modes of prediction that insinuate visions of human relations not to be found in official rules or precepts or admonitions.
    Ex. It was the first time the Mr Blair had even hinted at military action and his words are likely to alarm Labour MPs.
    Ex. Mum's the word: Weis not giving hints on the player's future.
    Ex. Tiff smiled a little superciliously intimating that he had a plan all figured out already.
    * * *
    (v.) = provide + a glimpse of, hint, insinuate, hint at, give + a hint, intimate

    Ex: Close attention to the role of the computer specialist provides a glimpse of the world behind the reference desk.

    Ex: Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex: Novels are modes of prediction that insinuate visions of human relations not to be found in official rules or precepts or admonitions.
    Ex: It was the first time the Mr Blair had even hinted at military action and his words are likely to alarm Labour MPs.
    Ex: Mum's the word: Weis not giving hints on the player's future.
    Ex: Tiff smiled a little superciliously intimating that he had a plan all figured out already.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dejar entrever

  • 817 dejar pasar una oportunidad

    (v.) = forego + opportunity, miss + opportunity, pass up + opportunity, miss + chance
    Ex. Or will LC, in order to continue in its role, be forced to forego the opportunities presented to it by this new technology?.
    Ex. It is argued that the research community is missing an opportunity to design systems that are in better harmony with the actual preferences of many users.
    Ex. However, I feel that this is a once in a lifetime opportunity which you cannot afford to pass up, and I'm sure he would not hesitate to let you go to further a promising career.
    Ex. The government has missed the chance to make new homes environmental trailblazers, says Jo Williams.
    * * *
    (v.) = forego + opportunity, miss + opportunity, pass up + opportunity, miss + chance

    Ex: Or will LC, in order to continue in its role, be forced to forego the opportunities presented to it by this new technology?.

    Ex: It is argued that the research community is missing an opportunity to design systems that are in better harmony with the actual preferences of many users.
    Ex: However, I feel that this is a once in a lifetime opportunity which you cannot afford to pass up, and I'm sure he would not hesitate to let you go to further a promising career.
    Ex: The government has missed the chance to make new homes environmental trailblazers, says Jo Williams.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dejar pasar una oportunidad

  • 818 del día o de la noche

    Ex. Internet offers significant opportunities for teaching interactive research strategies at anytime, day or night.
    * * *

    Ex: Internet offers significant opportunities for teaching interactive research strategies at anytime, day or night.

    Spanish-English dictionary > del día o de la noche

  • 819 del matrimonio

    (adj.) = marital
    Ex. A patron is interested in reading articles reflecting recent research into the characteristics useful for predicting marital satisfaction or success.
    * * *
    (adj.) = marital

    Ex: A patron is interested in reading articles reflecting recent research into the characteristics useful for predicting marital satisfaction or success.

    Spanish-English dictionary > del matrimonio

  • 820 delegación

    f.
    1 delegation, committee, delegacy, embassy.
    2 police station, office.
    * * *
    1 (gen) delegation
    2 (cargo) office
    3 (oficina) branch, local office
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=acto) delegation

    delegación de poderes — (Admin) devolution

    2) (=sucursal) (Com) local office; [del Estado] local office of a government department

    delegación del gobiernooffice of the government delegate to an autonomous community

    3) (=representantes) delegation
    4) Méx (=comisaría) main police station; (=municipio) municipal district
    * * *
    1) ( grupo) delegation
    2) ( de poderes) delegation
    3) (Méx) ( comisaría) police station
    4) (Esp) ( oficina local) regional o local office
    * * *
    = delegation, branch, mission.
    Ex. His obsessive concern for detail precluded the delegation of responsibility to others.
    Ex. The most significant response has been the growth in every town of a widening range of citizen action groups -- consumer groups, parent-teacher associations and branches of CASE, Shelter groups, Civic Trust groups, tenants' and residents' associations and many other kinds of 'grass roots' organisation.
    Ex. His fascination with collecting pictorial representations of the old Spanish Franciscan missions in California is well known.
    ----
    * delegación de educación y ciencia = local education authority (LEA).
    * delegación de organismo público = public sector agency.
    * delegación de responsabilidad = empowerment.
    * delegación de sanidad = hospital board.
    * nombrar una delegación = appoint + delegation.
    * * *
    1) ( grupo) delegation
    2) ( de poderes) delegation
    3) (Méx) ( comisaría) police station
    4) (Esp) ( oficina local) regional o local office
    * * *
    = delegation, branch, mission.

    Ex: His obsessive concern for detail precluded the delegation of responsibility to others.

    Ex: The most significant response has been the growth in every town of a widening range of citizen action groups -- consumer groups, parent-teacher associations and branches of CASE, Shelter groups, Civic Trust groups, tenants' and residents' associations and many other kinds of 'grass roots' organisation.
    Ex: His fascination with collecting pictorial representations of the old Spanish Franciscan missions in California is well known.
    * delegación de educación y ciencia = local education authority (LEA).
    * delegación de organismo público = public sector agency.
    * delegación de responsabilidad = empowerment.
    * delegación de sanidad = hospital board.
    * nombrar una delegación = appoint + delegation.

    * * *
    A (grupo) delegation
    fueron en delegación a hablar con ella they formed a delegation to go and talk to her
    B ( Esp) (oficina local) regional o local office
    le ofrecieron la delegación de Burgos he was offered the post of director of the Burgos office
    C (de poderes) delegation
    D
    1 (Méx, Ven) (comisaría) police station
    2 ( Méx) (barrio) district
    * * *

     

    delegación sustantivo femenino
    1 ( grupo) delegation
    2 ( de poderes) delegation
    3

    b) (Esp) ( oficina local) regional o local office

    delegación sustantivo femenino
    1 (representación) delegation
    2 (oficina, filial) local office, branch
    delegación de Hacienda, Tax Office
    ' delegación' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    comisión
    - condición
    - diputación
    - embajada
    - encabezar
    - misión
    - representación
    English:
    delegation
    - deputation
    - devolution
    * * *
    1. [autorización] delegation;
    asumió la gestión de la empresa por delegación de su padre his father entrusted him with the running of the company
    2. [comisión] delegation
    delegación comercial [de un país] trade delegation
    3. Esp [sucursal] office
    delegación regional regional office, area office
    4. [oficina pública] local office
    Esp Delegación del Gobierno = office representing central government in each province; Esp delegación de Hacienda = head tax office [in each province]; Méx delegación de policía police station
    5. Chile, Ecuad, Méx [distrito] municipal district
    * * *
    f
    1 delegation
    2 oficina local office
    * * *
    delegación nf, pl - ciones : delegation

    Spanish-English dictionary > delegación

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