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  • 1 abundancia

    f.
    1 abundance.
    en abundancia in abundance
    2 plenty, prosperity (riqueza).
    nadar o vivir en la abundancia to be filthy rich
    3 Abundancia.
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    1 abundance, plenty
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    noun f.
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=multitud) abundance

    en abundancia: hay copas en abundancia — there are plenty of glasses

    2) (=copiosidad) abundance
    3) (=prosperidad)
    cuerno
    * * *
    1) ( gran cantidad) abundance
    2) ( riqueza)
    * * *
    = abundance, profusion, plenty, bounty, richness, copiousness.
    Ex. However, out of the enormous abundance of information produced, only 50% is new while the rest is redundant.
    Ex. This article explains the necessity today for instructing readers in the use of biomedical libraries, justified by the profusion of publications and the introduction of electronic information devices.
    Ex. And they are coming after years of comparative plenty, with the expectant attitudes generated by such plenty another force with which to contend.
    Ex. The article 'Nature's bounty: a vegetarian cookbook primer' reviews vegetarian cookbooks for purposes of collection development in the area.
    Ex. In 1972 Hans Wellisch discussed the inadequacy of LC's subject cataloging and the failure of LC to rectify this inadequacy by taking full advantage of the richness of the MARC (Machine-Readable Cataloging) format.
    Ex. He immerses us in 'language that is unique for its copiousness,' now speaking 'of exquisite intimations that can occur only in a half-light,' then babbling 'of chamber-pots, leg-irons, factories and policemen'.
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    * abundancia de pelo = hair coat.
    * aparecer en abundancia = come out of + the woodwork.
    * contener en abundancia = abound in/with.
    * en abundancia = in plenty, liberally, in abundance, exuberantly, in profusion, aplenty [a-plenty], prodigiously, plentifully.
    * encontrar en abundancia = find + in abundance.
    * la tierra de la abundancia = the land of plenty.
    * producir en abundancia = churn out, knock out.
    * * *
    1) ( gran cantidad) abundance
    2) ( riqueza)
    * * *
    = abundance, profusion, plenty, bounty, richness, copiousness.

    Ex: However, out of the enormous abundance of information produced, only 50% is new while the rest is redundant.

    Ex: This article explains the necessity today for instructing readers in the use of biomedical libraries, justified by the profusion of publications and the introduction of electronic information devices.
    Ex: And they are coming after years of comparative plenty, with the expectant attitudes generated by such plenty another force with which to contend.
    Ex: The article 'Nature's bounty: a vegetarian cookbook primer' reviews vegetarian cookbooks for purposes of collection development in the area.
    Ex: In 1972 Hans Wellisch discussed the inadequacy of LC's subject cataloging and the failure of LC to rectify this inadequacy by taking full advantage of the richness of the MARC (Machine-Readable Cataloging) format.
    Ex: He immerses us in 'language that is unique for its copiousness,' now speaking 'of exquisite intimations that can occur only in a half-light,' then babbling 'of chamber-pots, leg-irons, factories and policemen'.
    * abundancia de pelo = hair coat.
    * aparecer en abundancia = come out of + the woodwork.
    * contener en abundancia = abound in/with.
    * en abundancia = in plenty, liberally, in abundance, exuberantly, in profusion, aplenty [a-plenty], prodigiously, plentifully.
    * encontrar en abundancia = find + in abundance.
    * la tierra de la abundancia = the land of plenty.
    * producir en abundancia = churn out, knock out.

    * * *
    A (gran cantidad) abundance
    está documentado con abundancia de estadísticas it is documented with a wealth of statistics
    hay abundancia de aves en la región the area abounds in o with birdlife, the area is rich in birdlife
    hay comida en abundancia there's plenty of food
    B
    (riqueza): tiempos de abundancia times of plenty
    viven en la abundancia they're very affluent
    la sociedad de la abundancia the affluent society
    nadar en la abundancia to be made of money ( colloq), to be rolling in money ( colloq)
    * * *

    abundancia sustantivo femenino
    1 ( gran cantidad) abundance;

    hay comida en abundancia there's an abundance of food;
    darse en abundancia to be plentiful
    2 ( riqueza):

    viven en la abundancia they're well-off;
    nadar en la abundancia to be rolling in money (colloq)
    abundancia sustantivo femenino
    1 abundance, plenty: la abundancia de piedras dificultaba el trabajo, the presence of a large number of stones was making the work arduous
    2 (riqueza) wealth: viven en la abundancia, they are well-off
    sus padres nadan en la abundancia, his parents are rolling in money
    ♦ Locuciones: en abundancia, plenty (of): comimos y bebimos en abundancia, we had plenty to eat and drink
    ' abundancia' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    bastante
    - hartar
    - nadar
    - caudal
    - granel
    - riqueza
    English:
    abundance
    - galore
    - opulence
    - plenty
    - profusion
    - roll
    - wealth
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    1. [gran cantidad] abundance;
    la región posee petróleo en abundancia the region is rich in oil;
    teníamos comida en abundancia we had plenty of food;
    un área de gran abundancia biológica an area rich in animal and plant life
    2. [riqueza] plenty, prosperity;
    una época de abundancia a time of plenty;
    nadar o [m5] vivir en la abundancia to be filthy rich
    * * *
    f abundance;
    había comida en abundancia there was plenty of food;
    * * *
    : abundance

    Spanish-English dictionary > abundancia

  • 2 acaudalado

    adj.
    rich, wealthy, well-to-do, affluent.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: acaudalar.
    * * *
    1→ link=acaudalar acaudalar
    1 wealthy, rich, well-off
    * * *
    ADJ well-off, affluent
    * * *
    - da adjetivo wealthy, rich, affluent
    * * *
    = wealthy [wealthier -comp., wealthiest -sup.].
    Ex. Today's sophisticated media provide clear advantages to wealthy, well-established interest groups.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo wealthy, rich, affluent
    * * *
    = wealthy [wealthier -comp., wealthiest -sup.].

    Ex: Today's sophisticated media provide clear advantages to wealthy, well-established interest groups.

    * * *
    wealthy, rich, affluent
    * * *

    Del verbo acaudalar: ( conjugate acaudalar)

    acaudalado es:

    el participio

    acaudalado,-a adjetivo wealthy
    ' acaudalado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    acaudalada
    - rica
    - rico
    * * *
    acaudalado, -a adj
    well-to-do, wealthy
    * * *
    adj wealthy, well-off
    * * *
    acaudalado, -da adj
    rico: wealthy, rich

    Spanish-English dictionary > acaudalado

  • 3 acicalar

    v.
    1 to do up.
    2 to embellish, to dress, to brush up, to adorn.
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    1 to smarten up
    1 to dress up, smarten up
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    1. VT
    1) [+ persona] to dress up, bedeck
    2) [+ metal] to polish, burnish, shine
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    = spruce up, embellish, tart up, groom, smarten up, smarten.
    Ex. The city itself has also been spruced up for the centenary, with in particular a thorough refurbishment of the city's main street = A la propia ciudad se le ha dado un lavado de cara para el centenario, especialmente con una completa remodelación de la avenida principal.
    Ex. In industrial societies even the poorest people acquire artefacts to embellish their surroundings; such 'bric-a-brac' may in some cases be the detritus of a previous age or a more affluent environment, and in some cases is destined to become 'collectable' in time to come.
    Ex. Car manufacturers are also tarting up their vehicles with all sorts of things that distract you from watching the road.
    Ex. Never has there been a greater interest in grooming pubic hair than there is today.
    Ex. Smarten up your kitchen with this handy wooden kitchen roll holder.
    Ex. Whereas a couple of generations ago an antique chair might have been smartened by the addition of yet another coat of paint, now those same layers of paint are being removed.
    * * *
    = spruce up, embellish, tart up, groom, smarten up, smarten.

    Ex: The city itself has also been spruced up for the centenary, with in particular a thorough refurbishment of the city's main street = A la propia ciudad se le ha dado un lavado de cara para el centenario, especialmente con una completa remodelación de la avenida principal.

    Ex: In industrial societies even the poorest people acquire artefacts to embellish their surroundings; such 'bric-a-brac' may in some cases be the detritus of a previous age or a more affluent environment, and in some cases is destined to become 'collectable' in time to come.
    Ex: Car manufacturers are also tarting up their vehicles with all sorts of things that distract you from watching the road.
    Ex: Never has there been a greater interest in grooming pubic hair than there is today.
    Ex: Smarten up your kitchen with this handy wooden kitchen roll holder.
    Ex: Whereas a couple of generations ago an antique chair might have been smartened by the addition of yet another coat of paint, now those same layers of paint are being removed.

    * * *
    vt
    to do up, to spruce up
    * * *
    1) pulir: to polish
    2) : to dress up, to adorn

    Spanish-English dictionary > acicalar

  • 4 acomodado

    adj.
    1 well-to-do, on easy street, well-off, wealthy.
    2 placed.
    3 suitable, fit.
    f. & m.
    person having friends in high places.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: acomodar.
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    1→ link=acomodar acomodar
    1 (conveniente) suitable
    2 (rico) well-to-do, well off
    3 (precio) reasonable, moderate
    4 (ordenado) arranged
    5 (adaptado) adapted
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    (f. - acomodada)
    adj.
    1) suitable, appropriate
    2) well-off, well-to-do
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=apropiado) suitable, fit; [precio] moderate; [artículo] moderately priced
    2) (=rico) well-to-do, well-off
    * * *
    I
    - da adjetivo
    1) <familia/gente> well-off, well-to-do

    de posición acomodada — well-off, well-to-do

    2) (CS, Méx fam) ( que tiene palanca)
    II
    - da masculino, femenino (CS, Méx fam)
    * * *
    = affluent, well-to-do, well-off.
    Ex. It is easy to predict that a majority of either large or affluent libraries in this country will employ some form of catalog under machine control in the foreseeable future.
    Ex. Librarians deny that only the young and well-to-do use music libraries.
    Ex. Well-off women are more likely to survive breast cancer than less affluent sufferers, a new study shows.
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    * bien acomodado = well-to-do, well-off.
    * más acomodados, los = better off, the.
    * * *
    I
    - da adjetivo
    1) <familia/gente> well-off, well-to-do

    de posición acomodada — well-off, well-to-do

    2) (CS, Méx fam) ( que tiene palanca)
    II
    - da masculino, femenino (CS, Méx fam)
    * * *
    = affluent, well-to-do, well-off.

    Ex: It is easy to predict that a majority of either large or affluent libraries in this country will employ some form of catalog under machine control in the foreseeable future.

    Ex: Librarians deny that only the young and well-to-do use music libraries.
    Ex: Well-off women are more likely to survive breast cancer than less affluent sufferers, a new study shows.
    * bien acomodado = well-to-do, well-off.
    * más acomodados, los = better off, the.

    * * *
    acomodado1 -da
    A ‹familia› well-off, well-to-do
    de posición acomodada well-off, well-to-do
    B
    (CS, Méx fam) (que tiene palanca): está acomodado con el gobernador he has contacts o connections in the governor's office, he ( o his father etc) knows the governor
    acomodado2 -da
    masculine, feminine
    (CS, Méx fam)
    el departamento está lleno de acomodados the department is full of people who got their jobs through having connections o by pulling strings o by having friends in high places
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    Del verbo acomodar: ( conjugate acomodar)

    acomodado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    acomodado    
    acomodar
    acomodado
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    1familia/gente well-off, well-to-do;

    2 (CS, Méx fam) ( que tiene palanca):
    estar acomodado to have contacts o connections

    acomodar ( conjugate acomodar) verbo transitivo
    1 (adaptar, amoldar) to adapt
    2 huéspedto put … up
    3
    a) (AmL) ( arreglar) to arrange;

    ( poner) to put
    b) (fam) ‹ persona› ( en puesto):


    acomodarse verbo pronominal

    b) (adaptarse, amoldarse) acomodadose a algo to adapt to sth

    c) (AmL) ( arreglarse) ‹ropa/anteojos to adjust

    acomodado,-a adjetivo well-off, well-to-do
    acomodar verbo transitivo
    1 (dar alojamiento) to lodge, accommodate
    2 (dar asiento en cine, teatro, etc) to find a place for
    3 (adaptar) to adapt: acomoda tu horario al suyo, adapt your timetable to his
    puedes acomodar la habitación a otros usos, you can put this room to other uses
    ' acomodado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    acomodada
    - situada
    - situado
    English:
    comfortable
    - comfortably
    - heeled
    - off
    - well-off
    - well-to-do
    - affluent
    * * *
    acomodado, -a adj
    1. [rico] well-off, well-to-do
    2. [instalado] ensconced
    3. CSur, Méx Fam [colocado en un trabajo]
    está acomodado he got his job by pulling strings
    * * *
    I adj well-off
    II partacomodar
    * * *
    acomodado, -da adj
    1) : suitable, appropriate
    2) : well-to-do, prosperous
    * * *
    acomodado adj well off [comp. better off; superl. best off]

    Spanish-English dictionary > acomodado

  • 5 adinerado

    adj.
    wealthy, rich, well-fixed, well-off.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: adinerarse.
    * * *
    1→ link=adinerarse adinerarse
    1 rich, wealthy
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 rich person
    * * *
    ADJ wealthy, well-off
    * * *
    - da adjetivo wealthy, moneyed
    * * *
    = affluent, monied, well-heeled, well-to-do, moneyed, solvent, wealthy [wealthier -comp., wealthiest -sup.], well-off.
    Ex. It is easy to predict that a majority of either large or affluent libraries in this country will employ some form of catalog under machine control in the foreseeable future.
    Ex. This will shift the dynamics of information flow to policymakers to favour monied special interests, which threatens the democratic process.
    Ex. This class is conservative in politics, aristocratic in social affairs, and characteristically well-bred, well-educated, well-housed, and well-heeled.
    Ex. Librarians deny that only the young and well-to-do use music libraries.
    Ex. It is generally recognized that collecting money from moneyed deadbeats is as much a social problem as street thuggery.
    Ex. Botswana is a stable, well-governed and solvent country but is nevertheless a good example of the deep-seated problems of regulating information transfer.
    Ex. Today's sophisticated media provide clear advantages to wealthy, well-established interest groups.
    Ex. Well-off women are more likely to survive breast cancer than less affluent sufferers, a new study shows.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo wealthy, moneyed
    * * *
    = affluent, monied, well-heeled, well-to-do, moneyed, solvent, wealthy [wealthier -comp., wealthiest -sup.], well-off.

    Ex: It is easy to predict that a majority of either large or affluent libraries in this country will employ some form of catalog under machine control in the foreseeable future.

    Ex: This will shift the dynamics of information flow to policymakers to favour monied special interests, which threatens the democratic process.
    Ex: This class is conservative in politics, aristocratic in social affairs, and characteristically well-bred, well-educated, well-housed, and well-heeled.
    Ex: Librarians deny that only the young and well-to-do use music libraries.
    Ex: It is generally recognized that collecting money from moneyed deadbeats is as much a social problem as street thuggery.
    Ex: Botswana is a stable, well-governed and solvent country but is nevertheless a good example of the deep-seated problems of regulating information transfer.
    Ex: Today's sophisticated media provide clear advantages to wealthy, well-established interest groups.
    Ex: Well-off women are more likely to survive breast cancer than less affluent sufferers, a new study shows.

    * * *
    wealthy, moneyed
    * * *

    adinerado
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    wealthy, moneyed
    adinerado,-a
    I adjetivo wealthy, rich
    II sustantivo masculino y femenino rich person

    ' adinerado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    adinerada
    - desahogada
    - desahogado
    English:
    sugar daddy
    - wealthy
    - well
    * * *
    adinerado, -a adj
    wealthy
    * * *
    adj wealthy
    * * *
    adinerado, -da adj
    : moneyed, wealthy
    * * *
    adinerado adj wealthy [comp. wealthier; superl. wealthiest]

    Spanish-English dictionary > adinerado

  • 6 adornar

    v.
    1 to decorate.
    2 to adorn.
    Ellos adornaron la estancia They adorned the room.
    Ella adornó la verdad She adorned the truth.
    3 to be decorative.
    hace falta algo que adorne we need to add some sort of decorative touch
    * * *
    1 to adorn, decorate
    2 figurado to embellish
    * * *
    verb
    1) to adorn, decorate
    2) trim
    * * *
    VT
    1) (=decorar) to adorn, decorate (de with)
    (Cos) to trim (de with) (Culin) to garnish (de with)
    2) [+ persona] (=dotar) to endow, bless (de with)
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    a) <habitación/sombrero/comida> to decorate
    b) <relato/discurso> to embellish
    c) flores/banderas to adorn
    2.
    adornarse v pron (refl) <cabeza/pelo> to adorn
    * * *
    = embroider, deck out, ornament, adorn, stud, embellish, grace, trim, drape, ornate.
    Ex. This very absence of quality is what makes these books attractive to children, not just because they are easy to read, undemanding, untaxing, but because the simplistic plots and characters leave children free to embroider and enrich the stories in their own way as they read.
    Ex. He was described as 'a self-important, self-righteous blowhard, puffing his filthy pipe, patches on the elbows of his well-worn tweed jacket, decked out in the cliche costume of the shabby liberal icon'.
    Ex. Then, from about 1830, the covering material was further ornamented in an embossing machine = Entonces, aproximadamente a partir de 1830, el material de la cubierta se adornaba aún más con la ayuda de una máquina de estampar en relieve.
    Ex. Florence used the occasion to boost its international prestige by creating a triumphal arch adorned with inscriptions and sculptures.
    Ex. Substantial improvements in access and off-street parking have been made, and shopping centers now stud the landscape.
    Ex. In industrial societies even the poorest people acquire artefacts to embellish their surroundings; such 'bric-a-brac' may in some cases be the detritus of a previous age or a more affluent environment, and in some cases is destined to become 'collectable' in time to come.
    Ex. The greatest living theoretician of descriptive cataloging, Professor Seymour Lubetzky, graced our library with his brilliance, insight, and fierce dedication to the integrity of the catalog.
    Ex. The scarf can be knit with pockets at the end to keep their hands toasty or trimmed with bobbles for a funky look.
    Ex. Classrooms were draped with cloth and garlanded with lattices and vines.
    Ex. The bottom of the map is ornated with a large decorative allegoric city view of Stralsund flanked by two sea monsters.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    a) <habitación/sombrero/comida> to decorate
    b) <relato/discurso> to embellish
    c) flores/banderas to adorn
    2.
    adornarse v pron (refl) <cabeza/pelo> to adorn
    * * *
    = embroider, deck out, ornament, adorn, stud, embellish, grace, trim, drape, ornate.

    Ex: This very absence of quality is what makes these books attractive to children, not just because they are easy to read, undemanding, untaxing, but because the simplistic plots and characters leave children free to embroider and enrich the stories in their own way as they read.

    Ex: He was described as 'a self-important, self-righteous blowhard, puffing his filthy pipe, patches on the elbows of his well-worn tweed jacket, decked out in the cliche costume of the shabby liberal icon'.
    Ex: Then, from about 1830, the covering material was further ornamented in an embossing machine = Entonces, aproximadamente a partir de 1830, el material de la cubierta se adornaba aún más con la ayuda de una máquina de estampar en relieve.
    Ex: Florence used the occasion to boost its international prestige by creating a triumphal arch adorned with inscriptions and sculptures.
    Ex: Substantial improvements in access and off-street parking have been made, and shopping centers now stud the landscape.
    Ex: In industrial societies even the poorest people acquire artefacts to embellish their surroundings; such 'bric-a-brac' may in some cases be the detritus of a previous age or a more affluent environment, and in some cases is destined to become 'collectable' in time to come.
    Ex: The greatest living theoretician of descriptive cataloging, Professor Seymour Lubetzky, graced our library with his brilliance, insight, and fierce dedication to the integrity of the catalog.
    Ex: The scarf can be knit with pockets at the end to keep their hands toasty or trimmed with bobbles for a funky look.
    Ex: Classrooms were draped with cloth and garlanded with lattices and vines.
    Ex: The bottom of the map is ornated with a large decorative allegoric city view of Stralsund flanked by two sea monsters.

    * * *
    adornar [A1 ]
    vt
    1 «persona» ‹habitación› to decorate; ‹vestido/sombrero› to trim, decorate; ‹plato/comida› to garnish, decorate
    adornaron la iglesia con flores they decorated o ( liter) decked the church with flowers
    2 ‹relato/discurso› to embellish
    3 «flores/banderas» to adorn
    las banderas que adornan la fachada del hotel the flags which adorn the facade of the hotel
    las virtudes/cualidades que lo adornan ( liter); the virtues/qualities with which he is blessed ( liter)
    ( refl):
    los domingos se adornan y salen de paseo on Sundays they get dressed up and go out for a stroll
    se adornó los brazos con pulseras she adorned her arms with bracelets
    * * *

    adornar ( conjugate adornar) verbo transitivo
    a)habitación/sombrero/comida to decorate

    b)relato/discurso to embellish

    c) [flores/banderas] to adorn

    adornarse verbo pronominal ( refl) ‹cabeza/pelo to adorn
    adornar verbo transitivo to adorn, decorate
    ' adornar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    cinta
    - peineta
    - purpurina
    English:
    adorn
    - deck
    - decorate
    - embellish
    - embroider
    - garnish
    - hang
    - trim
    - festoon
    * * *
    vt
    1. [decorar] to decorate;
    adornó la habitación con cuadros she decorated o hung the room with paintings
    2. [aderezar] to adorn ( con with);
    adornó el relato con florituras del lenguaje she embellished the story with fancy language
    vi
    to be decorative;
    hace falta algo que adorne we need to add some sort of decorative touch
    * * *
    v/t decorate
    * * *
    decorar: to decorate, to adorn
    * * *
    adornar vb to decorate

    Spanish-English dictionary > adornar

  • 7 adornitos

    Ex. In industrial societies even the poorest people acquire artefacts to embellish their surroundings; such ' bric-a-brac' may in some cases be the detritus of a previous age or a more affluent environment, and in some cases is destined to become 'collectable' in time to come.
    * * *

    Ex: In industrial societies even the poorest people acquire artefacts to embellish their surroundings; such ' bric-a-brac' may in some cases be the detritus of a previous age or a more affluent environment, and in some cases is destined to become 'collectable' in time to come.

    Spanish-English dictionary > adornitos

  • 8 afluente

    adj.
    1 affluent, moneyed, rich, wealthy.
    2 flowing, inflowing, outflowing.
    m.
    1 tributary.
    2 affluent.
    * * *
    1 (caudaloso) flowing, inflowing
    1 (río) tributary
    * * *
    1. ADJ
    1) [agua, líquido] inflowing
    2) [discurso] eloquent, fluent
    2.
    SM (Geog) tributary
    * * *
    masculino tributary, affluent
    * * *
    Ex. Derbyshire retains an important group of early cotton mills, most of them distributed along the River Derwent and its tributaries.
    * * *
    masculino tributary, affluent
    * * *

    Ex: Derbyshire retains an important group of early cotton mills, most of them distributed along the River Derwent and its tributaries.

    * * *
    tributary, affluent
    * * *

    afluente sustantivo masculino tributary
    ' afluente' also found in these entries:
    English:
    tributary
    * * *
    adj
    [locuaz] fluent
    nm
    tributary
    * * *
    I adj
    1 calle adjoining; río tributary atr
    2 persona vociferous
    II m tributary
    * * *
    : tributary

    Spanish-English dictionary > afluente

  • 9 ambiental

    adj.
    1 ambient.
    2 environmental.
    * * *
    1 (del ambiente) environmental
    2 (de fondo) background
    * * *
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=del aire)

    hay un 70% de humedad ambiental — there is 70% humidity

    música 1)
    2) (=medioambiental) environmental
    * * *
    adjetivo environmental
    * * *
    Ex. The author draws an analogy between the ambient consumerism of affluent societies and the consumption of information.
    ----
    * condiciones ambiental = ambient conditions.
    * humedad ambiental = ambient humidity.
    * iluminación ambiental = ambient lighting.
    * música ambiental = ambient music.
    * seguridad ambiental = environmental security.
    * temperatura ambiental = air temperature.
    * temperatura ambiental del edificio = room temperature.
    * * *
    adjetivo environmental
    * * *

    Ex: The author draws an analogy between the ambient consumerism of affluent societies and the consumption of information.

    * condiciones ambiental = ambient conditions.
    * humedad ambiental = ambient humidity.
    * iluminación ambiental = ambient lighting.
    * música ambiental = ambient music.
    * seguridad ambiental = environmental security.
    * temperatura ambiental = air temperature.
    * temperatura ambiental del edificio = room temperature.

    * * *
    environmental
    * * *

     

    ambiental adjetivo
    environmental
    ambiental adjetivo environmental
    música ambiental, background music, piped music
    ' ambiental' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    impacto
    - delito
    - desodorante
    - música
    English:
    ambient
    - piped music
    - air
    - environmental
    * * *
    1. [del medio ambiente] environmental
    2. [música, luz] background
    3. [físico, atmosférico] ambient
    * * *
    adj environmental
    * * *
    : environmental
    * * *
    1. (del medio ambiente) environmental
    2. (del aire) atmospheric
    3. (de fondo) background

    Spanish-English dictionary > ambiental

  • 10 baratijas

    f.pl.
    small cheap articles, junk, loose objects, miscellaneous junk.
    m.pl.
    trifles, toys.
    * * *
    = trinkets, bric-a-brac
    Ex. The bookshops found in most towns are hybrid affairs dealing in newspapers, magazines, stationery, trinkets and a motley collection of paperbacks in revolving wire racks.
    Ex. In industrial societies even the poorest people acquire artefacts to embellish their surroundings; such ' bric-a-brac' may in some cases be the detritus of a previous age or a more affluent environment, and in some cases is destined to become 'collectable' in time to come.
    * * *
    = trinkets, bric-a-brac

    Ex: The bookshops found in most towns are hybrid affairs dealing in newspapers, magazines, stationery, trinkets and a motley collection of paperbacks in revolving wire racks.

    Ex: In industrial societies even the poorest people acquire artefacts to embellish their surroundings; such ' bric-a-brac' may in some cases be the detritus of a previous age or a more affluent environment, and in some cases is destined to become 'collectable' in time to come.

    Spanish-English dictionary > baratijas

  • 11 bien acomodado

    (adj.) = well-to-do, well-off
    Ex. Librarians deny that only the young and well-to-do use music libraries.
    Ex. Well-off women are more likely to survive breast cancer than less affluent sufferers, a new study shows.
    * * *
    (adj.) = well-to-do, well-off

    Ex: Librarians deny that only the young and well-to-do use music libraries.

    Ex: Well-off women are more likely to survive breast cancer than less affluent sufferers, a new study shows.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bien acomodado

  • 12 bracero

    m.
    1 day laborer.
    2 wetback(emigrant). ( Latin American Spanish)
    * * *
    1 labourer (US laborer)
    * * *
    SM
    1) (Agr) (=jornalero) farmhand, farm labourer o (EEUU) laborer
    2) (=peón) labourer, laborer (EEUU), navvy
    3)
    * * *
    - ra masculino, femenino temporary farm worker
    * * *
    = farm labourer, farm worker.
    Ex. Despite these hardships, farm laborers enjoy their work since they like to be outdoors near plants and animals.
    Ex. In rural areas, too, great variations in wealth exist side by side, from affluent farmers and landowners on the one hand, to extremely low-paid farm workers on the other.
    * * *
    - ra masculino, femenino temporary farm worker
    * * *
    = farm labourer, farm worker.

    Ex: Despite these hardships, farm laborers enjoy their work since they like to be outdoors near plants and animals.

    Ex: In rural areas, too, great variations in wealth exist side by side, from affluent farmers and landowners on the one hand, to extremely low-paid farm workers on the other.

    * * *
    bracero -ra
    masculine, feminine
    temporary farm worker, seasonal farm laborer*
    * * *

    bracero
    ◊ -ra sustantivo masculino, femenino

    temporary farm worker

    * * *
    1. [jornalero] day labourer
    2. Am wetback, = illegal Mexican immigrant in the US
    * * *
    m, bracera f agricultural laborer, Br
    farm labourer
    * * *
    bracero, -ra n
    : migrant worker, day laborer

    Spanish-English dictionary > bracero

  • 13 coleccionable

    adj.
    1 collectable.
    2 collectible, collectable.
    * * *
    1.
    2.
    SM (=objeto) collectable; (Prensa) pull-out section
    * * *
    I
    adjetivo collectable
    II
    masculino pull-out section
    * * *
    = collectable, collectible.
    Nota: También escrito collectable.
    Ex. In industrial societies even the poorest people acquire artefacts to embellish their surroundings; such 'bric-a-brac' may in some cases be the detritus of a previous age or a more affluent environment, and in some cases is destined to become ' collectable' in time to come.
    Ex. This system constructs models that predict whether a customer account or transaction is collectible.
    * * *
    I
    adjetivo collectable
    II
    masculino pull-out section
    * * *
    = collectable, collectible.
    Nota: También escrito collectable.

    Ex: In industrial societies even the poorest people acquire artefacts to embellish their surroundings; such 'bric-a-brac' may in some cases be the detritus of a previous age or a more affluent environment, and in some cases is destined to become ' collectable' in time to come.

    Ex: This system constructs models that predict whether a customer account or transaction is collectible.

    * * *
    collectable
    pull-out section
    * * *

    coleccionable adjetivo & sustantivo masculino collectable
    ' coleccionable' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    fascículo
    * * *
    adj
    collectable
    nm
    = special supplement in serialized form
    * * *
    adj collectable

    Spanish-English dictionary > coleccionable

  • 14 comunidad marginada

    Ex. There is a tendency also for solicitors' offices to be located in the more affluent areas, rather than less lucrative, deprived communities.
    * * *

    Ex: There is a tendency also for solicitors' offices to be located in the more affluent areas, rather than less lucrative, deprived communities.

    Spanish-English dictionary > comunidad marginada

  • 15 consumo

    m.
    consumption.
    bienes/sociedad de consumo consumer goods/society
    se ha disparado el consumo de agua mineral sales of mineral water have shot up
    consumo de combustible fuel consumption
    consumo de drogas drug-taking
    pres.indicat.
    1 1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: consumir.
    2 1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: consumir.
    * * *
    1 consumption
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    SM
    1) [de productos] consumption

    ha aumentado nuestro consumo de gas — our gas consumption has gone up, we are using more gas

    2) pl consumos (Econ) municipal tax on food
    * * *
    masculino consumption

    motores de bajo consumoengines with low gas (AmE) o (BrE) petrol consumption

    * * *
    = consumption, intake.
    Ex. The screen display formats required by cataloguing staff may be not at all suitable for public consumption.
    Ex. The conclusion drawn is that the intake of gingseng improves the capacity for physical work.
    ----
    * artículo de consumo = commodity, consumer commodity.
    * bajo consumo = low power consumption.
    * bien de consumo = trade product, economic good.
    * bienes de consumo = consumer goods.
    * bienes de consumo duraderos = consumer durables.
    * consumo de alcohol = alcohol consumption.
    * consumo de bebidas = drink consumption.
    * consumo de bebidas alcohólicas = underage drinking, drinking, boozing.
    * consumo de café = coffee consumption.
    * consumo de carburante = fuel consumption, petrol consumption.
    * consumo de combustible = fuel consumption.
    * consumo de gasolina = petrol consumption.
    * consumo de información = consumption of information.
    * consumo energético = energy use, energy consumption.
    * consumo excesivo de = greed for.
    * consumo innecesario de = drain on.
    * convertir Algo en un artículo de consumo = commodify.
    * cooperativa de consumo = food co-op.
    * cultura de consumo = consumer culture.
    * de bajo consumo = low energy.
    * de consumo = consumptive.
    * edición de obras de consumo = consumer publishing.
    * eficacia de consumo de combustible = fuel efficiency.
    * envenenamiento por consumo de setas = mushroom poisoning.
    * hábito de consumo = shopping habit, buying habit, purchasing habit, consumption habit.
    * hábito de consumo de alcohol = drinking practice, drinking habit.
    * impuesto sobre artículos de uso y consumo = excise tax.
    * índice de precios al consumo = cost of living index.
    * Indice de Precios al Consumo (IPC) = consumer price index (CPI), Retail Price Index (RPI).
    * información como artículo de consumo, la = information commodity.
    * información de precios de productos para el consumo = retail prices.
    * listo para el consumo = ready-to-eat.
    * producto de consumo = consumable, consumer product, convenience product.
    * prueba de detección de consumo de drogas = drug testing.
    * relacionado con el consumo de bebidas alcohólicas = drink-related.
    * sociedad de consumo = consumer society, affluent society.
    * venta para consumo dentro del establecimiento = on-trade sale.
    * venta para consumo fuera del establecimiento = off-trade sale.
    * * *
    masculino consumption

    motores de bajo consumoengines with low gas (AmE) o (BrE) petrol consumption

    * * *
    = consumption, intake.

    Ex: The screen display formats required by cataloguing staff may be not at all suitable for public consumption.

    Ex: The conclusion drawn is that the intake of gingseng improves the capacity for physical work.
    * artículo de consumo = commodity, consumer commodity.
    * bajo consumo = low power consumption.
    * bien de consumo = trade product, economic good.
    * bienes de consumo = consumer goods.
    * bienes de consumo duraderos = consumer durables.
    * consumo de alcohol = alcohol consumption.
    * consumo de bebidas = drink consumption.
    * consumo de bebidas alcohólicas = underage drinking, drinking, boozing.
    * consumo de café = coffee consumption.
    * consumo de carburante = fuel consumption, petrol consumption.
    * consumo de combustible = fuel consumption.
    * consumo de gasolina = petrol consumption.
    * consumo de información = consumption of information.
    * consumo energético = energy use, energy consumption.
    * consumo excesivo de = greed for.
    * consumo innecesario de = drain on.
    * convertir Algo en un artículo de consumo = commodify.
    * cooperativa de consumo = food co-op.
    * cultura de consumo = consumer culture.
    * de bajo consumo = low energy.
    * de consumo = consumptive.
    * edición de obras de consumo = consumer publishing.
    * eficacia de consumo de combustible = fuel efficiency.
    * envenenamiento por consumo de setas = mushroom poisoning.
    * hábito de consumo = shopping habit, buying habit, purchasing habit, consumption habit.
    * hábito de consumo de alcohol = drinking practice, drinking habit.
    * impuesto sobre artículos de uso y consumo = excise tax.
    * índice de precios al consumo = cost of living index.
    * Indice de Precios al Consumo (IPC) = consumer price index (CPI), Retail Price Index (RPI).
    * información como artículo de consumo, la = information commodity.
    * información de precios de productos para el consumo = retail prices.
    * listo para el consumo = ready-to-eat.
    * producto de consumo = consumable, consumer product, convenience product.
    * prueba de detección de consumo de drogas = drug testing.
    * relacionado con el consumo de bebidas alcohólicas = drink-related.
    * sociedad de consumo = consumer society, affluent society.
    * venta para consumo dentro del establecimiento = on-trade sale.
    * venta para consumo fuera del establecimiento = off-trade sale.

    * * *
    consumption
    motores de bajo consumo engines with low gas ( AmE) o ( BrE) petrol consumption
    el consumo habitual de este fármaco taking this drug regularly o ( frml) regular consumption of this drug
    un alto consumo de grasas animales a high intake of animal fats
    tenemos que cuidar el consumo de electricidad we must watch how much electricity we use, we must be careful with our electricity consumption
    Compuesto:
    ( AmL) minimum charge
    * * *

     

    Del verbo consumar: ( conjugate consumar)

    consumo es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    consumó es:

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

    Del verbo consumir: ( conjugate consumir)

    consumo es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    Multiple Entries:
    consumar    
    consumir    
    consumo
    consumir ( conjugate consumir) verbo transitivo
    a) (frml) ‹comida/bebidato eat/drink, consume (frml)

    b)gasolina/energía/producto to consume, use;

    tiempo to take up
    c) salud to ruin

    d) ( destruir) [fuego/llamas] to consume;

    [envidia/celos]:
    la envidia la consumía she was consumed by o with envy

    consumirse verbo pronominal
    a) [enfermo/anciano] to waste away;


    b) [vela/cigarrillo] to burn down


    consumo sustantivo masculino
    consumption;

    el consumo de drogas drug-taking
    consumar verbo transitivo
    1 frml to complete, carry out
    2 (un asesinato) to commit
    (una venganza) to carry out
    consumir verbo transitivo to consume
    consumir antes de..., best before...
    consumo sustantivo masculino consumption
    bienes/sociedad de consumo, consumer goods/society

    ' consumo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    bien
    - etílica
    - etílico
    - gasto
    - índice
    - IPC
    - reducir
    - restringir
    - sacrificar
    - sociedad
    - apto
    - artículo
    - fecha
    - moderar
    English:
    ban
    - clamp down
    - consumable
    - consumer goods
    - consumer price index
    - consumer society
    - consumption
    - CPI
    - cut down
    - drug abuse
    - durable
    - fit
    - intake
    - limit
    - repeal
    - Retail Price Index
    - RPI
    - unfit
    - unsafe
    - abuse
    - consumer
    - cut
    - drug
    - peak
    - retail
    * * *
    consumption;
    el consumo de energía energy consumption;
    se ha disparado el consumo de agua mineral sales of mineral water have shot up;
    consumo de drogas drug-taking;
    le parece bien el consumo moderado de alcohol he thinks drinking in moderation is acceptable;
    bienes de consumo consumer goods;
    sociedad de consumo consumer society
    Econ consumo privado private consumption, consumer spending; Econ consumo público public o government consumption
    * * *
    m consumption;
    de bajo consumo economical;
    artículo de gran consumo high-volume item
    * * *
    : consumption
    * * *
    consumo n consumption

    Spanish-English dictionary > consumo

  • 16 curiosidades

    f.pl.
    loose objects, odds and ends, bric-à-brac.
    * * *
    = curiosa, bric-a-brac
    Ex. The article 'Canine curiosa in special collections' describes the special collections of books on dogs at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia.
    Ex. In industrial societies even the poorest people acquire artefacts to embellish their surroundings; such ' bric-a-brac' may in some cases be the detritus of a previous age or a more affluent environment, and in some cases is destined to become 'collectable' in time to come.
    * * *
    = curiosa, bric-a-brac

    Ex: The article 'Canine curiosa in special collections' describes the special collections of books on dogs at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia.

    Ex: In industrial societies even the poorest people acquire artefacts to embellish their surroundings; such ' bric-a-brac' may in some cases be the detritus of a previous age or a more affluent environment, and in some cases is destined to become 'collectable' in time to come.

    Spanish-English dictionary > curiosidades

  • 17 de dinero

    wealthy, rich
    * * *
    (adj.) = well-to-do, well-off
    Ex. Librarians deny that only the young and well-to-do use music libraries.
    Ex. Well-off women are more likely to survive breast cancer than less affluent sufferers, a new study shows.
    * * *
    (adj.) = well-to-do, well-off

    Ex: Librarians deny that only the young and well-to-do use music libraries.

    Ex: Well-off women are more likely to survive breast cancer than less affluent sufferers, a new study shows.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de dinero

  • 18 del entorno

    (adj.) = ambient, environmental
    Ex. The author draws an analogy between the ambient consumerism of affluent societies and the consumption of information.
    Ex. Not all topics are covered, but a broad group of industrial topics are represented, including, measurement, environmental and safety engineering, energy technology and communication.
    * * *
    (adj.) = ambient, environmental

    Ex: The author draws an analogy between the ambient consumerism of affluent societies and the consumption of information.

    Ex: Not all topics are covered, but a broad group of industrial topics are represented, including, measurement, environmental and safety engineering, energy technology and communication.

    Spanish-English dictionary > del entorno

  • 19 desgravable

    adj.
    tax-deductible.
    * * *
    1 tax-deductible
    * * *
    * * *
    adjetivo tax-deductible
    * * *
    = tax-deductible, deductible.
    Ex. The advantages of a foundation include tax-deductible donations, increased eligibility for grants, and the involvement of affluent and influential local figures as advocates for the public library service.
    Ex. Alimony payments are taxable to the wife & deductible by the husband.
    ----
    * gasto desgravable = tax deduction.
    * * *
    adjetivo tax-deductible
    * * *
    = tax-deductible, deductible.

    Ex: The advantages of a foundation include tax-deductible donations, increased eligibility for grants, and the involvement of affluent and influential local figures as advocates for the public library service.

    Ex: Alimony payments are taxable to the wife & deductible by the husband.
    * gasto desgravable = tax deduction.

    * * *
    tax-deductible
    * * *

    desgravable adj Fin tax-deductible
    ' desgravable' also found in these entries:
    English:
    tax-deductible
    * * *
    tax-deductible
    * * *
    adj tax-deductible

    Spanish-English dictionary > desgravable

  • 20 dinero

    m.
    1 money.
    ¿pagará con dinero o con tarjeta? will you be paying in cash or by credit card?
    andar bien/mal de dinero to be well off for/short of money
    una familia de dinero a family of means
    dinero de curso legal legal tender
    dinero fácil easy money
    dinero falso counterfeit money
    dinero negro undeclared income/payment
    dinero sucio dirty money
    dinero suelto loose change
    2 ready money, ready cash.
    * * *
    1 money
    2 (fortuna) wealth
    \
    andar bien de dinero to have plenty of money
    andar mal/escaso,-a de dinero to be short of money
    de dinero wealthy, rich
    dinero llama dinero money makes money
    ganar dinero a espuertas to make a pile
    hacer dinero to make money
    tirar el dinero por la ventana to throw money down the drain
    dinero contante (y sonante) ready money, cash
    dinero falso counterfeit money
    dinero negro/sucio dirty money
    dinero suelto loose change, change
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *

    ¿cuánto es en dinero finlandés? — how much is that in Finnish money?

    el dinero lo puede todo — money can do anything, money talks

    hacer dinero — to make money

    tirar el dinero — to throw money away

    dinero barato — cheap money, easy money

    dinero caro — dear money, expensive money (EEUU)

    dinero en circulación — currency, money in circulation

    dinero sucio — dirty money, money from crime

    * * *
    masculino money

    gente de dinerowell-off o wealthy people

    dinero contante y sonante — (fam) hard cash

    hacer dineroto make money

    tirar el dinero — (fam) to throw money away

    * * *
    = hard currency, money [monies, -pl.], monies [money, -sing.], funds, wealth.
    Ex. This could also be attributed to limited hard currency or other means of international payment.
    Ex. DOBIS/LIBIS can then tell which borrowers owe the library money.
    Ex. Accurate records must be kept of all monies received and disbursed and normally the cash is balanced at weekly intervals.
    Ex. Funds received from federal or foundation grants are allocated for specific projects or programs on a one-time or temporary basis, and such funds are considered 'soft' money as compared to funds for permanently authorized positions.
    Ex. In rural areas, too, great variations in wealth exist side by side, from affluent farmers and landowners on the one hand, to extremely low-paid farm workers on the other.
    ----
    * administrar dinero = manage + funds.
    * ahorrar dinero = save + money.
    * ahorrar un montón de dinero = save + a ton of money.
    * ahorro de dinero = savings in money.
    * andar apurado de dinero = be strapped for + cash.
    * andar corto de dinero = be strapped for + cash.
    * andar falto de dinero = be strapped for + cash.
    * andar (muy) apurado de dinero = be (hard) pressed for + money.
    * andar (muy) corto de dinero = be (hard) pressed for + money.
    * andar (muy) escaso de dinero = be (hard) pressed for + money.
    * andar (muy) falto de dinero = be (hard) pressed for + money.
    * apoquinar dinero = shell out + money, fork over + money.
    * aprovechar mejor el dinero = get + more for + Posesivo + money.
    * apurado de dinero = strapped, cash strapped, financially strapped, short of money.
    * asignación de dinero público = tax support.
    * asignar dinero = commit + fund.
    * blanquear dinero = launder + money.
    * blanquear dinero sucio = launder + dirty money.
    * blanqueo de dinero = money laundering.
    * buena suma de dinero = hefty sum of money.
    * buen tocho de dinero = hefty sum of money.
    * casarse con alguien de dinero = marry into + money, marry + a fortune, marry + money.
    * casarse por dinero = marry + money.
    * cobro de dinero = collection of fees.
    * comprometer dinero = commit + money, lien + funds.
    * con poco dinero = on the cheap.
    * conseguir el dinero = come up with + the money.
    * contar dinero = count + money.
    * conversión en dinero = monetisation [monetization, -USA].
    * convertido a dinero = monetised [monetized, -pl.].
    * convertir en dinero = monetise [monetize, -USA].
    * corto de dinero = strapped, cash strapped, financially strapped, short of money.
    * costar dinero = cost + money, take + money.
    * costar muchísimo dinero = break + the bank.
    * culto al dinero = cult of money.
    * dar dinero = pay + money, donate + Posesivo + money.
    * dedicar dinero = dedicate + money.
    * de dinero = well-to-do, well-off.
    * derrochar dinero = waste + money.
    * derroche de dinero = waste of money, spending spree.
    * desembolsar dinero = disburse + cash, disburse + monies, shell out + money, shell out, fork over + money.
    * desperdicio de dinero = money waster.
    * despilfarrar dinero = squander + money.
    * despilfarro de dinero = spending spree.
    * destinado a ahorrar dinero = money-saving.
    * dinero atrae al dinero, el = riches attract riches.
    * dinero contante y sonante = readies, the ready.
    * dinero de bolsillo = pocket change, pocket money.
    * dinero + dedicarse a = money + go towards.
    * dinero del premio = prize money.
    * dinero del rescate = ransom money.
    * dinero de soborno = hush money.
    * dinero de sobra para otros gastos = disposable income.
    * dinero, el = green, the.
    * dinero electrónico = electronic money.
    * dinero en efectivo = cash.
    * dinero en metálico = cash.
    * dinero fácil = get-rich-quick.
    * dinero ganado con el sudor de la frente = hard-earned money.
    * dinero inesperado = windfall, windfall moneys.
    * dinero mal habido = ill-gotten gains.
    * dinero negro = undeclared income, grey money [gray money], black money.
    * dinero para acallar la conciencia = conscience money.
    * dinero para acallar la consciencia = conscience money.
    * dinero para caprichos = pin money.
    * dinero para gastos = per diem allowance.
    * dinero para gastos imprevistos = cash float, petty cash.
    * dinero para gastos iniciales = seeding money, seed money.
    * dinero para gastos personales = pocket change, pocket money.
    * dinero para pequeños gastos = out of pocket allowance.
    * dinero procedente de los impuestos = tax money (tax monies).
    * dinero propio = private means.
    * dinero público = public tax money, tax dollars, public money, public funds, public funding.
    * dinero público, el = public's dollars, the.
    * dinero que tanto ha costado ganar = hard-earned money.
    * dinero + ser para = money + go towards.
    * dinero sucio = dirty money.
    * dinero suelto = change, loose change.
    * dinero voluble = soft money.
    * donar dinero = donate + Posesivo + money.
    * el dinero es el origen de todos los males = money is the root of all evil.
    * el dinero es la fuente de todos los males = money is the root of all evil.
    * el dinero mueve al mundo = money makes the world go (a)round.
    * el dinero no crece en los árboles = money doesn't grow on trees.
    * encontrar el dinero = come up with + the money.
    * en dinero = monetised [monetized, -pl.].
    * escaso de dinero = cash strapped, financially strapped, be strapped for + cash, short of money, strapped.
    * estrategia que ahorra dinero = money saver.
    * falto de dinero = short of money, strapped, financially strapped, cash strapped.
    * financiado con dinero público = publicly financed, publicly funded [publicly-funded], public funded [public-funded].
    * ganar bastante dinero = make + good money, earn + good money.
    * ganar dinero = make + money, earn + money.
    * ganar mucho dinero = make + good money, earn + good money.
    * gastar dinero = expend + funds, spend + money.
    * gastarse más dinero = dig + deep.
    * gastarse un montón de dinero = lash out (on), go to + town on.
    * gasto de dinero = expenditure of money.
    * gastos que no suponen un gran desembolso de dinero = out-of-pocket costs.
    * grandes sumas de dinero = vast sums of money.
    * haber dinero de por medio = money + change hands.
    * hacer dinero = make + money.
    * hacer mucho dinero = make + good money.
    * ingreso de dinero = cash deposit.
    * interés por ganar dinero = profit motive.
    * invertir dinero = invest + money, commit + money.
    * invertir más dinero = dig + deep.
    * inyección de dinero = cash injection, injection of money.
    * inyectar dinero en = pump + money into.
    * inyectar dinero en la economía = pump + money into the economy.
    * malgastar dinero = waste + money.
    * mucho dinero = big bucks.
    * no escatimar dinero = lavish + money.
    * pagar dinero = fork over + money.
    * pagar una suma de dinero = pay + sum.
    * para hacer dinero = money-making.
    * pedir dinero prestado = borrow + money.
    * pérdida de dinero = cash drain.
    * por poco dinero = cheaply.
    * privilegio concedido por el dinero = moneyed privilege.
    * que ahorran dinero = dollar-saving.
    * quedarse sin dinero = run out of + cash.
    * recaudar dinero = pump prime + funds, raise + money, collect + money.
    * recolectar dinero = pass + the bucket (around).
    * remesa de dinero = remittance.
    * repartir dinero dadivosamente = shell out + money.
    * retirada de dinero = cash withdrawal.
    * retirar dinero = withdraw + cash.
    * reunir dinero = raise + money.
    * reunir el dinero = muster (up) + the cash.
    * reunir el dinero, encontrar el dinero = come up with + the money.
    * sabrosa suma de dinero, una = handsome sum of money, a.
    * sacar dinero = draw + cash, draw out + cash.
    * sacar el mayor partido al dinero de uno = get + the most for + Posesivo + money.
    * sacarle dinero a Alguien = wrestle + money from.
    * seguir malgastando el dinero = throw + good money after bad.
    * seguir tirando el dinero = throw + good money after bad.
    * ser una pérdida de dinero = be money and effort down the drain, throw + Posesivo + money down the drain, be money down the drain.
    * sin dinero = impecunious.
    * sin dinero en metálico = cashless.
    * suma de dinero = sum of money.
    * suma simbólica de dinero = symbolic sum of money.
    * tener dinero a punta pala = roll in + Dinero.
    * tirar dinero y esfuerzo por la borda = be money and effort down the drain.
    * tirar el dinero = throw + Posesivo + money down the drain.
    * tirar el dinero por la ventana = be money and effort down the drain, throw + Posesivo + money down the drain, be money down the drain.
    * transferencia de dinero = money transfer.
    * transferir dinero = transfer + money.
    * un montonazo de dinero = a huge amount of money.
    * un montón de dinero = a huge amount of money.
    * utilizar el dinero sabiamente = spend + wisely.
    * * *
    masculino money

    gente de dinerowell-off o wealthy people

    dinero contante y sonante — (fam) hard cash

    hacer dineroto make money

    tirar el dinero — (fam) to throw money away

    * * *
    el dinero
    = green, the

    Ex: I've been living with it for nearly six years, so listen to the voice of experience -- the green will creep into your life and you will eventually hate it.

    = hard currency, money [monies, -pl.], monies [money, -sing.], funds, wealth.

    Ex: This could also be attributed to limited hard currency or other means of international payment.

    Ex: DOBIS/LIBIS can then tell which borrowers owe the library money.
    Ex: Accurate records must be kept of all monies received and disbursed and normally the cash is balanced at weekly intervals.
    Ex: Funds received from federal or foundation grants are allocated for specific projects or programs on a one-time or temporary basis, and such funds are considered 'soft' money as compared to funds for permanently authorized positions.
    Ex: In rural areas, too, great variations in wealth exist side by side, from affluent farmers and landowners on the one hand, to extremely low-paid farm workers on the other.
    * administrar dinero = manage + funds.
    * ahorrar dinero = save + money.
    * ahorrar un montón de dinero = save + a ton of money.
    * ahorro de dinero = savings in money.
    * andar apurado de dinero = be strapped for + cash.
    * andar corto de dinero = be strapped for + cash.
    * andar falto de dinero = be strapped for + cash.
    * andar (muy) apurado de dinero = be (hard) pressed for + money.
    * andar (muy) corto de dinero = be (hard) pressed for + money.
    * andar (muy) escaso de dinero = be (hard) pressed for + money.
    * andar (muy) falto de dinero = be (hard) pressed for + money.
    * apoquinar dinero = shell out + money, fork over + money.
    * aprovechar mejor el dinero = get + more for + Posesivo + money.
    * apurado de dinero = strapped, cash strapped, financially strapped, short of money.
    * asignación de dinero público = tax support.
    * asignar dinero = commit + fund.
    * blanquear dinero = launder + money.
    * blanquear dinero sucio = launder + dirty money.
    * blanqueo de dinero = money laundering.
    * buena suma de dinero = hefty sum of money.
    * buen tocho de dinero = hefty sum of money.
    * casarse con alguien de dinero = marry into + money, marry + a fortune, marry + money.
    * casarse por dinero = marry + money.
    * cobro de dinero = collection of fees.
    * comprometer dinero = commit + money, lien + funds.
    * con poco dinero = on the cheap.
    * conseguir el dinero = come up with + the money.
    * contar dinero = count + money.
    * conversión en dinero = monetisation [monetization, -USA].
    * convertido a dinero = monetised [monetized, -pl.].
    * convertir en dinero = monetise [monetize, -USA].
    * corto de dinero = strapped, cash strapped, financially strapped, short of money.
    * costar dinero = cost + money, take + money.
    * costar muchísimo dinero = break + the bank.
    * culto al dinero = cult of money.
    * dar dinero = pay + money, donate + Posesivo + money.
    * dedicar dinero = dedicate + money.
    * de dinero = well-to-do, well-off.
    * derrochar dinero = waste + money.
    * derroche de dinero = waste of money, spending spree.
    * desembolsar dinero = disburse + cash, disburse + monies, shell out + money, shell out, fork over + money.
    * desperdicio de dinero = money waster.
    * despilfarrar dinero = squander + money.
    * despilfarro de dinero = spending spree.
    * destinado a ahorrar dinero = money-saving.
    * dinero atrae al dinero, el = riches attract riches.
    * dinero contante y sonante = readies, the ready.
    * dinero de bolsillo = pocket change, pocket money.
    * dinero + dedicarse a = money + go towards.
    * dinero del premio = prize money.
    * dinero del rescate = ransom money.
    * dinero de soborno = hush money.
    * dinero de sobra para otros gastos = disposable income.
    * dinero, el = green, the.
    * dinero electrónico = electronic money.
    * dinero en efectivo = cash.
    * dinero en metálico = cash.
    * dinero fácil = get-rich-quick.
    * dinero ganado con el sudor de la frente = hard-earned money.
    * dinero inesperado = windfall, windfall moneys.
    * dinero mal habido = ill-gotten gains.
    * dinero negro = undeclared income, grey money [gray money], black money.
    * dinero para acallar la conciencia = conscience money.
    * dinero para acallar la consciencia = conscience money.
    * dinero para caprichos = pin money.
    * dinero para gastos = per diem allowance.
    * dinero para gastos imprevistos = cash float, petty cash.
    * dinero para gastos iniciales = seeding money, seed money.
    * dinero para gastos personales = pocket change, pocket money.
    * dinero para pequeños gastos = out of pocket allowance.
    * dinero procedente de los impuestos = tax money (tax monies).
    * dinero propio = private means.
    * dinero público = public tax money, tax dollars, public money, public funds, public funding.
    * dinero público, el = public's dollars, the.
    * dinero que tanto ha costado ganar = hard-earned money.
    * dinero + ser para = money + go towards.
    * dinero sucio = dirty money.
    * dinero suelto = change, loose change.
    * dinero voluble = soft money.
    * donar dinero = donate + Posesivo + money.
    * el dinero es el origen de todos los males = money is the root of all evil.
    * el dinero es la fuente de todos los males = money is the root of all evil.
    * el dinero mueve al mundo = money makes the world go (a)round.
    * el dinero no crece en los árboles = money doesn't grow on trees.
    * encontrar el dinero = come up with + the money.
    * en dinero = monetised [monetized, -pl.].
    * escaso de dinero = cash strapped, financially strapped, be strapped for + cash, short of money, strapped.
    * estrategia que ahorra dinero = money saver.
    * falto de dinero = short of money, strapped, financially strapped, cash strapped.
    * financiado con dinero público = publicly financed, publicly funded [publicly-funded], public funded [public-funded].
    * ganar bastante dinero = make + good money, earn + good money.
    * ganar dinero = make + money, earn + money.
    * ganar mucho dinero = make + good money, earn + good money.
    * gastar dinero = expend + funds, spend + money.
    * gastarse más dinero = dig + deep.
    * gastarse un montón de dinero = lash out (on), go to + town on.
    * gasto de dinero = expenditure of money.
    * gastos que no suponen un gran desembolso de dinero = out-of-pocket costs.
    * grandes sumas de dinero = vast sums of money.
    * haber dinero de por medio = money + change hands.
    * hacer dinero = make + money.
    * hacer mucho dinero = make + good money.
    * ingreso de dinero = cash deposit.
    * interés por ganar dinero = profit motive.
    * invertir dinero = invest + money, commit + money.
    * invertir más dinero = dig + deep.
    * inyección de dinero = cash injection, injection of money.
    * inyectar dinero en = pump + money into.
    * inyectar dinero en la economía = pump + money into the economy.
    * malgastar dinero = waste + money.
    * mucho dinero = big bucks.
    * no escatimar dinero = lavish + money.
    * pagar dinero = fork over + money.
    * pagar una suma de dinero = pay + sum.
    * para hacer dinero = money-making.
    * pedir dinero prestado = borrow + money.
    * pérdida de dinero = cash drain.
    * por poco dinero = cheaply.
    * privilegio concedido por el dinero = moneyed privilege.
    * que ahorran dinero = dollar-saving.
    * quedarse sin dinero = run out of + cash.
    * recaudar dinero = pump prime + funds, raise + money, collect + money.
    * recolectar dinero = pass + the bucket (around).
    * remesa de dinero = remittance.
    * repartir dinero dadivosamente = shell out + money.
    * retirada de dinero = cash withdrawal.
    * retirar dinero = withdraw + cash.
    * reunir dinero = raise + money.
    * reunir el dinero = muster (up) + the cash.
    * reunir el dinero, encontrar el dinero = come up with + the money.
    * sabrosa suma de dinero, una = handsome sum of money, a.
    * sacar dinero = draw + cash, draw out + cash.
    * sacar el mayor partido al dinero de uno = get + the most for + Posesivo + money.
    * sacarle dinero a Alguien = wrestle + money from.
    * seguir malgastando el dinero = throw + good money after bad.
    * seguir tirando el dinero = throw + good money after bad.
    * ser una pérdida de dinero = be money and effort down the drain, throw + Posesivo + money down the drain, be money down the drain.
    * sin dinero = impecunious.
    * sin dinero en metálico = cashless.
    * suma de dinero = sum of money.
    * suma simbólica de dinero = symbolic sum of money.
    * tener dinero a punta pala = roll in + Dinero.
    * tirar dinero y esfuerzo por la borda = be money and effort down the drain.
    * tirar el dinero = throw + Posesivo + money down the drain.
    * tirar el dinero por la ventana = be money and effort down the drain, throw + Posesivo + money down the drain, be money down the drain.
    * transferencia de dinero = money transfer.
    * transferir dinero = transfer + money.
    * un montonazo de dinero = a huge amount of money.
    * un montón de dinero = a huge amount of money.
    * utilizar el dinero sabiamente = spend + wisely.

    * * *
    money
    no llevaba nada de dinero encima I didn't have any money on me
    siempre anda escaso de dinero he's always short of money
    gente de dinero well-off o wealthy people
    tirar el dinero ( fam); to throw money away
    el dinero llama al dinero money begets money, money goes where money is
    Compuestos:
    hot money
    pocket money
    old money
    dinero efectivo or en efectivo
    cash
    undeclared income ( o profits etc)
    dirty money
    change
    * * *

     

    dinero sustantivo masculino
    money;

    gente de dinero well-off o wealthy people;
    hacer dinero to make money;
    dinero de bolsillo pocket money;
    dinero (en) efectivo cash;
    dinero suelto change;
    dinero contante y sonante (fam) hard cash
    dinero sustantivo masculino money
    dinero en efectivo, cash
    dinero negro, undeclared income
    dinero suelto, (loose) change
    ♦ Locuciones: andar bien de dinero, to be well-off
    andar mal de dinero, to be short of money

    ' dinero' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    acuciante
    - ahorrarse
    - alcanzar
    - apurada
    - apurado
    - apuro
    - arca
    - barbaridad
    - bastante
    - billete
    - blanquear
    - blanqueo
    - bolsillo
    - braga
    - buena
    - bueno
    - cambio
    - cantidad
    - cielo
    - contante
    - costar
    - cuarta
    - cuarto
    - dar
    - desplumar
    - devolver
    - escasa
    - escaso
    - estirar
    - evadir
    - evasión
    - falsa
    - falso
    - flete
    - fortuna
    - gastar
    - gasto
    - girar
    - gratificar
    - hacer
    - holgada
    - holgado
    - indemnización
    - inversión
    - invertir
    - irse
    - juntar
    - limitación
    - llevar
    - llevarse
    English:
    account for
    - administration
    - advance
    - advantage
    - after
    - allow
    - amass
    - amount
    - appropriate
    - aside
    - ask for
    - attraction
    - badly
    - bare
    - beg
    - blow
    - boat
    - borrower
    - bread
    - buck
    - bundle
    - buy
    - cash
    - cash box
    - catch
    - chain letter
    - change
    - chip in
    - colour
    - come in
    - come into
    - congregation
    - contribute
    - contribution
    - contributor
    - cough up
    - credit
    - cult
    - dash
    - dole out
    - dough
    - draw
    - dud
    - earn
    - enough
    - equate
    - evenly
    - exist
    - extravagance
    - extravagant
    * * *
    dinero nm
    money;
    llevaba algo de dinero encima she had some money on her;
    ¿pagará con dinero o con tarjeta? will you be paying in cash or by credit card?;
    una familia de dinero a family of means;
    se junta con gente de dinero she mixes with wealthy people;
    andar bien/mal de dinero to be well off for/short of money;
    hacer dinero to make money;
    hacer algo por dinero to do sth for money;
    tirar el dinero to waste money;
    (el) dinero llama a(l) dinero money goes where money is
    Econ dinero en circulación money in circulation;
    dinero circulante money in circulation;
    dinero de curso legal legal tender;
    Informát dinero electrónico e-cash;
    dinero fácil easy money;
    dinero falso counterfeit money;
    dinero negro undeclared income/payment;
    dinero plástico plastic money;
    dinero sucio dirty money;
    dinero suelto loose change;
    Fin dinero a la vista call money
    * * *
    m money;
    estar mal de dinero be short of money o cash;
    el dinero no hace la felicidad money doesn’t bring happiness
    * * *
    dinero nm
    : money
    * * *
    dinero n money
    ¿tienes dinero? have you got any money?
    de dinero wealthy [comp. wealthier; super. wealthiest]

    Spanish-English dictionary > dinero

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