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agent+of(for)+change

  • 301 cambiar de una vez a otra

    (v.) = change from + time to time, vary + from time to time
    Ex. Duties of the post may be varied, and or changed, from time to time as required.
    Ex. The precise form of the signatures varied from time to time and from place to place.
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    (v.) = change from + time to time, vary + from time to time

    Ex: Duties of the post may be varied, and or changed, from time to time as required.

    Ex: The precise form of the signatures varied from time to time and from place to place.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cambiar de una vez a otra

  • 302 cambiar de velocidad

    AUTOMÓVIL to change gear
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    (v.) = gear
    Ex. The main reason he wimped out was that he had a cheap bike that didn't gear properly, and made it extremely hard to bike efficiently.
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    (v.) = gear

    Ex: The main reason he wimped out was that he had a cheap bike that didn't gear properly, and made it extremely hard to bike efficiently.

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  • 303 cambiar dirección

    (v.) = change + direction
    Ex. It is clear to me, and I hope to you, that unless we drastically change our direction, we are likely to end up where we are headed.
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    (v.) = change + direction

    Ex: It is clear to me, and I hope to you, that unless we drastically change our direction, we are likely to end up where we are headed.

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  • 304 cambiar el decorado

    (n.) = change + the scenery
    Ex. Warmer summer temperatures will probably lead to a rise in the summer snowline, changing the scenery in southern mountain areas.
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    (n.) = change + the scenery

    Ex: Warmer summer temperatures will probably lead to a rise in the summer snowline, changing the scenery in southern mountain areas.

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  • 305 cambiar el paisaje

    (n.) = change + the scenery
    Ex. Warmer summer temperatures will probably lead to a rise in the summer snowline, changing the scenery in southern mountain areas.
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    (n.) = change + the scenery

    Ex: Warmer summer temperatures will probably lead to a rise in the summer snowline, changing the scenery in southern mountain areas.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cambiar el paisaje

  • 306 cambiar el ritmo

    (v.) = change + the pace
    Ex. But there are outsiders whose presence in the classroom and refreshing unfamiliarity and enthusiasm for reading can help change the pace of everyday encounters between teacher and taught = Pero hay personas ajenas a la clase cuya presencia en el aula y su novedad y entusiasmo revitalizador por la lectura pueden contribuir a cambiar el ritmo del encuentro diario entre el profesor y los alumnos.
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    (v.) = change + the pace

    Ex: But there are outsiders whose presence in the classroom and refreshing unfamiliarity and enthusiasm for reading can help change the pace of everyday encounters between teacher and taught = Pero hay personas ajenas a la clase cuya presencia en el aula y su novedad y entusiasmo revitalizador por la lectura pueden contribuir a cambiar el ritmo del encuentro diario entre el profesor y los alumnos.

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  • 307 cambiar la situación

    (v.) = change + the course of events
    Ex. Are there moments in which Jean could have acted differently and thereby changed the course of the events that followed?.
    * * *
    (v.) = change + the course of events

    Ex: Are there moments in which Jean could have acted differently and thereby changed the course of the events that followed?.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cambiar la situación

  • 308 cambiar la vida

    (v.) = change + life
    Ex. The author argues that the capacity of books to change lives and to civilize readers cannot be overstated = El autor sostiene la opinión de que no se puede dejar de recalcar la capacidad de los libros para cambiar la vida de las personas y civilizar a los lectores.
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    (v.) = change + life

    Ex: The author argues that the capacity of books to change lives and to civilize readers cannot be overstated = El autor sostiene la opinión de que no se puede dejar de recalcar la capacidad de los libros para cambiar la vida de las personas y civilizar a los lectores.

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  • 309 cambiar las cosas desde dentro

    (v.) = change + things from the inside
    Ex. Black librarians in the UK were urged to join the Association, get themselves organized, and 'infiltrate' to change things from the inside.
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    (v.) = change + things from the inside

    Ex: Black librarians in the UK were urged to join the Association, get themselves organized, and 'infiltrate' to change things from the inside.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cambiar las cosas desde dentro

  • 310 cambiar lo acontencido

    (v.) = change + the course of events
    Ex. Are there moments in which Jean could have acted differently and thereby changed the course of the events that followed?.
    * * *
    (v.) = change + the course of events

    Ex: Are there moments in which Jean could have acted differently and thereby changed the course of the events that followed?.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cambiar lo acontencido

  • 311 cambiar para bien

    (v.) = change for + the better
    Ex. The situation has certainly changed for the better now, but it is still dramatic.
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    (v.) = change for + the better

    Ex: The situation has certainly changed for the better now, but it is still dramatic.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cambiar para bien

  • 312 cambiar para mejor

    (v.) = change for + the better
    Ex. The situation has certainly changed for the better now, but it is still dramatic.
    * * *
    (v.) = change for + the better

    Ex: The situation has certainly changed for the better now, but it is still dramatic.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cambiar para mejor

  • 313 cambiar tanto que resulta irreconocible

    (v.) = change + beyond (all) recognition
    Ex. The Internet is likely to result in education and libraries changing beyond recognition.
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    (v.) = change + beyond (all) recognition

    Ex: The Internet is likely to result in education and libraries changing beyond recognition.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cambiar tanto que resulta irreconocible

  • 314 cambiarse de ropa

    (v.) = change
    Ex. He went back into the house, addressing his Maker in low agonized tones, changed, and started out again.
    * * *
    (v.) = change

    Ex: He went back into the house, addressing his Maker in low agonized tones, changed, and started out again.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cambiarse de ropa

  • 315 cambio + ocurrir

    (n.) = change + take place
    Ex. The author examines changes likely to take place and warns local library and information services of the need to adapt to reflect these changes = El autor exmamina los cambios que probablmente sucedan y advierte a los sistemas bibliotecarios y de información locales de la necesidad de adaptarse a ellos.
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    (n.) = change + take place

    Ex: The author examines changes likely to take place and warns local library and information services of the need to adapt to reflect these changes = El autor exmamina los cambios que probablmente sucedan y advierte a los sistemas bibliotecarios y de información locales de la necesidad de adaptarse a ellos.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cambio + ocurrir

  • 316 cambio + producirse

    (n.) = change + come about
    Ex. In my judgment, these changes will come about in one of two ways.
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    (n.) = change + come about

    Ex: In my judgment, these changes will come about in one of two ways.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cambio + producirse

  • 317 cambio + suceder

    (n.) = change + take place
    Ex. The author examines changes likely to take place and warns local library and information services of the need to adapt to reflect these changes = El autor exmamina los cambios que probablmente sucedan y advierte a los sistemas bibliotecarios y de información locales de la necesidad de adaptarse a ellos.
    * * *
    (n.) = change + take place

    Ex: The author examines changes likely to take place and warns local library and information services of the need to adapt to reflect these changes = El autor exmamina los cambios que probablmente sucedan y advierte a los sistemas bibliotecarios y de información locales de la necesidad de adaptarse a ellos.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cambio + suceder

  • 318 cambio + tener lugar

    (n.) = change + take place
    Ex. The author examines changes likely to take place and warns local library and information services of the need to adapt to reflect these changes = El autor exmamina los cambios que probablmente sucedan y advierte a los sistemas bibliotecarios y de información locales de la necesidad de adaptarse a ellos.
    * * *
    (n.) = change + take place

    Ex: The author examines changes likely to take place and warns local library and information services of the need to adapt to reflect these changes = El autor exmamina los cambios que probablmente sucedan y advierte a los sistemas bibliotecarios y de información locales de la necesidad de adaptarse a ellos.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cambio + tener lugar

  • 319 cambio a

    Ex. It was under his guidance that the scheme survived the flight to LC which was such a notable feature of the 1960s (a change which some librarians may no be regretting).
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    Ex: It was under his guidance that the scheme survived the flight to LC which was such a notable feature of the 1960s (a change which some librarians may no be regretting).

    Spanish-English dictionary > cambio a

  • 320 cambio brusco

    m.
    sudden change, shake-up, swing, upset.
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    (n.) = revulsion, flip-flop
    Ex. I have spoken of enumeration in terms perhaps dictated by a revulsion from the view so often held that the compilation of subject catalogues is the true and proper function of the bibliographer.
    Ex. Within this debate, there is flip-flop between those who argue for methods influenced by objectivism and those who argue for a more egalitarian approach.
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    (n.) = revulsion, flip-flop

    Ex: I have spoken of enumeration in terms perhaps dictated by a revulsion from the view so often held that the compilation of subject catalogues is the true and proper function of the bibliographer.

    Ex: Within this debate, there is flip-flop between those who argue for methods influenced by objectivism and those who argue for a more egalitarian approach.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cambio brusco

См. также в других словарях:

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  • agent — noun 1 works in an agency ADJECTIVE ▪ booking, ticket, travel ▪ election (BrE), parliamentary (BrE) ▪ advertising, press …   Collocations dictionary

  • agent */*/*/ — UK [ˈeɪdʒ(ə)nt] / US [ˈeɪdʒənt] noun [countable] Word forms agent : singular agent plural agents 1) a person or company that does business for another person or company, for example by selling their products or by dealing with their customers a… …   English dictionary

  • agent — a|gent [ eıdʒənt ] noun count *** 1. ) a person or company that does business for another person or company, for example by selling their products or by dealing with their customers: a shipping agent a ) someone whose job is to help a writer,… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • change agent — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms change agent : singular change agent plural change agents business someone who is employed by a company or organization to change the way in which it is organized and managed A successful change agent… …   English dictionary

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