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  • 81 carrera de obstáculos

    (para niños) obstacle race 2 (de caballos, atletas) steeplechase
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    steeplechase; ( para niños) obstacle race
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    (n.) = steeplechase
    Ex. Internet training is accelerating at sometimes dizzying speeds and, like a steeplechase, the hurdles are there, and one jumps them as best one can at these speeds.
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    steeplechase; ( para niños) obstacle race
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    Ex: Internet training is accelerating at sometimes dizzying speeds and, like a steeplechase, the hurdles are there, and one jumps them as best one can at these speeds.

    Spanish-English dictionary > carrera de obstáculos

  • 82 carrera de relevos

    relay race
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    (n.) = relay race, relay race
    Ex. A total of 10,000 relay race runners from all parts of the world are expected to carry the Olympic flame.
    Ex. A total of 10,000 relay race runners from all parts of the world are expected to carry the Olympic flame.
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    (n.) = relay race, relay race

    Ex: A total of 10,000 relay race runners from all parts of the world are expected to carry the Olympic flame.

    Ex: A total of 10,000 relay race runners from all parts of the world are expected to carry the Olympic flame.

    Spanish-English dictionary > carrera de relevos

  • 83 con éxito

    successfully
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    = successful, successfully, winningly
    Ex. Someone's off-the-cuff idea may be the clue that will tap another's thought and lead to a successful solution.
    Ex. Without AACR is doubtful whether computerised cataloguing would have been implemented so relatively painlessly and successfully = Sin las RCAA es dudoso que la catalogación automatizada se hubiera implementado tan fácilmente y con tanto éxito, relativamente hablando.
    Ex. However, while her material is bleak she concentrates winningly on female friendship.
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    = successful, successfully, winningly

    Ex: Someone's off-the-cuff idea may be the clue that will tap another's thought and lead to a successful solution.

    Ex: Without AACR is doubtful whether computerised cataloguing would have been implemented so relatively painlessly and successfully = Sin las RCAA es dudoso que la catalogación automatizada se hubiera implementado tan fácilmente y con tanto éxito, relativamente hablando.
    Ex: However, while her material is bleak she concentrates winningly on female friendship.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con éxito

  • 84 cuartos de final

    DEPORTE quarter finals
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    masculino plural quarterfinals (pl)
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    Ex. Defending champions Japan fought back from 1-0 behind to trounce Thailand 4-1 to qualify for the quarter-finals.
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    masculino plural quarterfinals (pl)
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    Ex: Defending champions Japan fought back from 1-0 behind to trounce Thailand 4-1 to qualify for the quarter-finals.

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    DEP quarter finals

    Spanish-English dictionary > cuartos de final

  • 85 día del juicio final

    el día del juicio final Judgment Day, the Day of Judgment
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    (n.) = doomsday, Judgement Day
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Too much optimism, and pessimism too, on the road to doomsday'.
    Ex. The decoration and iconography of the wooden panels depict illustrations of the Flood and Judgement Day.
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    el día del juicio final Judgment Day, the Day of Judgment
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    (n.) = doomsday, Judgement Day

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Too much optimism, and pessimism too, on the road to doomsday'.

    Ex: The decoration and iconography of the wooden panels depict illustrations of the Flood and Judgement Day.

    Spanish-English dictionary > día del juicio final

  • 86 etapa final

    (n.) = output stage
    Ex. To rephrase this in terms already used, they involve effort at the input stage in order to reduce effort at the output stage = Expresando esto con términos ya usados, suponen un esfuerzo en la etapa inicial con objeto de reducir el esfuerzo en la etapa final.
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    Ex: To rephrase this in terms already used, they involve effort at the input stage in order to reduce effort at the output stage = Expresando esto con términos ya usados, suponen un esfuerzo en la etapa inicial con objeto de reducir el esfuerzo en la etapa final.

    Spanish-English dictionary > etapa final

  • 87 evaluación final

    (n.) = summative evaluation, final assessment
    Ex. Both formative (monitoring) and summative (final assessment) evaluation are required if planning is to be an effective and meaningful management function = Se necesitan tanto la evaluación continua (de seguimiento) como la evaluación final para que la planificación sea una función de la gestión eficaz y con sentido.
    Ex. Both formative (monitoring) and summative ( final assessment) evaluation are required if planning is to be an effective and meaningful management function = Se necesitan tanto la evaluación continua (de seguimiento) como la evaluación final para que la planificación sea una función de la gestión eficaz y con sentido.
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    (n.) = summative evaluation, final assessment

    Ex: Both formative (monitoring) and summative (final assessment) evaluation are required if planning is to be an effective and meaningful management function = Se necesitan tanto la evaluación continua (de seguimiento) como la evaluación final para que la planificación sea una función de la gestión eficaz y con sentido.

    Ex: Both formative (monitoring) and summative ( final assessment) evaluation are required if planning is to be an effective and meaningful management function = Se necesitan tanto la evaluación continua (de seguimiento) como la evaluación final para que la planificación sea una función de la gestión eficaz y con sentido.

    Spanish-English dictionary > evaluación final

  • 88 examen final

    m.
    final examination.
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    final examination
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    (n.) = final, final exam
    Ex. A heavy reliance on midterms and finals were associated with lower teacher ratings across disciplines.
    Ex. Results demonstrated that there was no significant difference in the mean scores achieved on either the midterm exam or the final exam.
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    (n.) = final, final exam

    Ex: A heavy reliance on midterms and finals were associated with lower teacher ratings across disciplines.

    Ex: Results demonstrated that there was no significant difference in the mean scores achieved on either the midterm exam or the final exam.

    Spanish-English dictionary > examen final

  • 89 fase final

    f.
    final stage, waning, end game, tail end.
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    (n.) = phaseout, endgame
    Ex. There will be an inevitable decline of the product because of changing conditions, and, finally, there must come a time of phaseout.
    Ex. If you read some of their write-ups, you can be sure that their endgame is to give a part of this country to Tamils.
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    (n.) = phaseout, endgame

    Ex: There will be an inevitable decline of the product because of changing conditions, and, finally, there must come a time of phaseout.

    Ex: If you read some of their write-ups, you can be sure that their endgame is to give a part of this country to Tamils.

    Spanish-English dictionary > fase final

  • 90 final feliz

    m.
    happy ending.
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    happy ending
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    (n.) = happy ending, happy end
    Ex. All these novels are about young women meeting handsome men, at first disliking them and then discovering that they love them, with the inescapable ' happy ending' which means matrimony in these cases.
    Ex. The plot diminishes the significance of difficulties and persuades the reader to see the story with a happy end.
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    (n.) = happy ending, happy end

    Ex: All these novels are about young women meeting handsome men, at first disliking them and then discovering that they love them, with the inescapable ' happy ending' which means matrimony in these cases.

    Ex: The plot diminishes the significance of difficulties and persuades the reader to see the story with a happy end.

    Spanish-English dictionary > final feliz

  • 91 final, la

    = final, the
    Ex. Tony was disappointed the last time he was in the finals, and he's determined to leave everything on the dance floor this time.

    Spanish-English dictionary > final, la

  • 92 hasta el final

    until the end
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    = until the end, until the bitter end
    Ex. Iran's president said yesterday his country would press on with its nuclear program ' until the end and would not be stopped by the West.
    Ex. The Liberals are refusing to give up the fight against forced mergers, and are vowing to keep the pressure on the government until the bitter end.
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    = until the end, until the bitter end

    Ex: Iran's president said yesterday his country would press on with its nuclear program ' until the end and would not be stopped by the West.

    Ex: The Liberals are refusing to give up the fight against forced mergers, and are vowing to keep the pressure on the government until the bitter end.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hasta el final

  • 93 informe final

    m.
    final report.
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    (n.) = final report
    Ex. The Commission's final report is expected to appear in 1983.
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    Ex: The Commission's final report is expected to appear in 1983.

    Spanish-English dictionary > informe final

  • 94 juicio final

    m.
    Last Judgment, Doomsday.
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    el Juicio Final the Final Judgment
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    (n.) = doom
    Ex. There are two books published under the titles 'Denmark's Day of doom' and 'Rats in the Larder'.
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    el Juicio Final the Final Judgment
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    (n.) = doom

    Ex: There are two books published under the titles 'Denmark's Day of doom' and 'Rats in the Larder'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > juicio final

  • 95 no tener éxito

    to fail, not succeed
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    (v.) = be unsuccessful, come up with + nothing, prove + unsuccessful
    Ex. Alex Wilson sides with the librarians who say 'concentrate your book service first and foremost on existing users because expenditure on attracting those with a low motivation is much more costly and likely to be mostly unsuccessful'.
    Ex. I tried to search D-Lib Magazine for distributed proofreading, but came up with nothing.
    Ex. Attempts were made to relate post-doctoral research to pre-doctoral research and experience, but these proved unsuccessful.
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    (v.) = be unsuccessful, come up with + nothing, prove + unsuccessful

    Ex: Alex Wilson sides with the librarians who say 'concentrate your book service first and foremost on existing users because expenditure on attracting those with a low motivation is much more costly and likely to be mostly unsuccessful'.

    Ex: I tried to search D-Lib Magazine for distributed proofreading, but came up with nothing.
    Ex: Attempts were made to relate post-doctoral research to pre-doctoral research and experience, but these proved unsuccessful.

    Spanish-English dictionary > no tener éxito

  • 96 porcentaje de éxito

    (n.) = success rate
    Ex. This article traces the development of the system, discusses the way it works, and its success rate = Este artículo describe el desarrollo del sistema, cómo funciona y su índice de éxito.
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    Ex: This article traces the development of the system, discusses the way it works, and its success rate = Este artículo describe el desarrollo del sistema, cómo funciona y su índice de éxito.

    Spanish-English dictionary > porcentaje de éxito

  • 97 producto final

    m.
    final product, end good, end product, final production.
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    (n.) = end product, finished product, deliverable, final product
    Ex. The end product of this stage will be an index string which encompasses both terms and operators.
    Ex. The students are ' finished products,' who are able to transfer their self-confidence and knowledge to their jobs.
    Ex. The main deliverable of this project will be the final report = El principal producto de este proyecto será el informe final.
    Ex. It seems too rush, too unpolished to be a final product.
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    el producto final
    = finished work, the

    Ex: For storytelling and reading aloud are performance arts: They involve a script (even when the words are improvised on the spot), an interpreter (the teller or reader), and an audience, and as in all performances, the audience plays a part in molding the finished work.

    (n.) = end product, finished product, deliverable, final product

    Ex: The end product of this stage will be an index string which encompasses both terms and operators.

    Ex: The students are ' finished products,' who are able to transfer their self-confidence and knowledge to their jobs.
    Ex: The main deliverable of this project will be the final report = El principal producto de este proyecto será el informe final.
    Ex: It seems too rush, too unpolished to be a final product.

    Spanish-English dictionary > producto final

  • 98 prueba final

    (n.) = final
    Ex. A heavy reliance on midterms and finals were associated with lower teacher ratings across disciplines.
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    (n.) = final

    Ex: A heavy reliance on midterms and finals were associated with lower teacher ratings across disciplines.

    Spanish-English dictionary > prueba final

  • 99 punto final

    intj.
    that's that, and that's that.
    m.
    1 period, full stop.
    2 end point, endpoint, end line, final period.
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    (en dictado) full stop, US period
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    period (AmE), full stop (BrE); poner punto final a algo to end something
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    (n.) = end point [endpoint]
    Ex. The process reaches its end point when information is gathered, indexed and compiled into a useful format for public and library staff use.
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    period (AmE), full stop (BrE); poner punto final a algo to end something
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    (n.) = end point [endpoint]

    Ex: The process reaches its end point when information is gathered, indexed and compiled into a useful format for public and library staff use.

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    period, Br
    full stop

    Spanish-English dictionary > punto final

  • 100 resultado final

    m.
    1 outcome, end-result, final result.
    2 final score.
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    (n.) = end result, net effect
    Ex. The end result will be that more information on asbestos roofing has been traced.
    Ex. A financial survey views the net effect of California's Proposition 13 as effectively lowering financial support of libraries by 25% = Un estudio económico considera que el efecto neto de la Propuesta 13 de California supondrá, de hecho, una disminución del apoyo económico de las bibliotecas en un 25%.
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    (n.) = end result, net effect

    Ex: The end result will be that more information on asbestos roofing has been traced.

    Ex: A financial survey views the net effect of California's Proposition 13 as effectively lowering financial support of libraries by 25% = Un estudio económico considera que el efecto neto de la Propuesta 13 de California supondrá, de hecho, una disminución del apoyo económico de las bibliotecas en un 25%.

    Spanish-English dictionary > resultado final

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