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ambivalence

  • 1 ambivalencia

    f.
    ambivalence.
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    1 ambivalence
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    femenino ambivalence
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    = ambivalence, duplicity.
    Ex. J E Tucker and E E Willoughby reviewed Wing's bibliography twice and reveal an ambivalence about it repeated by almost every reviewer.
    Ex. An ambiguity only exists when there is duplicity, indistinctiveness, or uncertainty in the meaning of the words used in the contract.
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    femenino ambivalence
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    = ambivalence, duplicity.

    Ex: J E Tucker and E E Willoughby reviewed Wing's bibliography twice and reveal an ambivalence about it repeated by almost every reviewer.

    Ex: An ambiguity only exists when there is duplicity, indistinctiveness, or uncertainty in the meaning of the words used in the contract.

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    ambivalence
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    ambivalence
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    f ambivalence
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    : ambivalence

    Spanish-English dictionary > ambivalencia

  • 2 ambivalente

    adj.
    ambivalent.
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    1 ambivalent
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    adjetivo ambivalent
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    Ex. The article 'The last word: ambivalence' sums up some of the ambivalent attitudes of the information profession to outsourcing.
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    adjetivo ambivalent
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    Ex: The article 'The last word: ambivalence' sums up some of the ambivalent attitudes of the information profession to outsourcing.

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    ambivalent
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    ambivalent
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    adj ambivalent
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    : ambivalent

    Spanish-English dictionary > ambivalente

  • 3 dilema

    m.
    dilemma.
    Da hambre It makes one hungry.
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    1 dilemma
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    noun m.
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    1) ( disyuntiva) dilemma
    2) dilema® masculino (Chi) (Jueg) Scrabble®
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    = dilemma, quandary, ambivalence, predicament.
    Ex. Unfortunately documents which present dilemmas in the selection of author headings are present in even the smallest library collections.
    Ex. The increasing use and popularity of the Internet and phytomedicinals (medicinal herbs and medical botanics) have created a quandary for researchers, consumers and information professionals.
    Ex. J E Tucker and E E Willoughby reviewed Wing's bibliography twice and reveal an ambivalence about it repeated by almost every reviewer.
    Ex. Any attempt to coerce a response without good reason based on that child's present predicament is to place in jeopardy the child's willing engagement now and in the future.
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    * dilema de qué es primero el huevo o la gallina = chicken and egg situation.
    * encontrarse en un dilema = be caught in a conundrum.
    * enfrentarse a un dilema = face + dilemma.
    * en un dilema = in a predicament.
    * presentar un dilema = present + dilemma.
    * resolver el dilema de forma contundente = clinch + the argument.
    * resolver un dilema = resolve + dilemma.
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    1) ( disyuntiva) dilemma
    2) dilema® masculino (Chi) (Jueg) Scrabble®
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    = dilemma, quandary, ambivalence, predicament.

    Ex: Unfortunately documents which present dilemmas in the selection of author headings are present in even the smallest library collections.

    Ex: The increasing use and popularity of the Internet and phytomedicinals (medicinal herbs and medical botanics) have created a quandary for researchers, consumers and information professionals.
    Ex: J E Tucker and E E Willoughby reviewed Wing's bibliography twice and reveal an ambivalence about it repeated by almost every reviewer.
    Ex: Any attempt to coerce a response without good reason based on that child's present predicament is to place in jeopardy the child's willing engagement now and in the future.
    * dilema de qué es primero el huevo o la gallina = chicken and egg situation.
    * encontrarse en un dilema = be caught in a conundrum.
    * enfrentarse a un dilema = face + dilemma.
    * en un dilema = in a predicament.
    * presentar un dilema = present + dilemma.
    * resolver el dilema de forma contundente = clinch + the argument.
    * resolver un dilema = resolve + dilemma.

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    A (disyuntiva) dilemma
    estoy en un dilema I'm in a dilemma
    B
    dilema® masculine ( Chi) ( Jueg) Scrabble®
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    dilema sustantivo masculino ( disyuntiva) dilemma
    dilema sustantivo masculino dilemma
    ' dilema' also found in these entries:
    English:
    dilemma
    - poser
    - quandary
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    dilema nm
    dilemma;
    estar en un dilema to be in a dilemma;
    tener un dilema to be faced with a dilemma
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    m dilemma
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    dilema nm
    : dilemma

    Spanish-English dictionary > dilema

  • 4 el último grito

    figurado the latest thing, the last word
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    = the last word, the cat's meow, the bee's knees, the cat's pyjamas, the cat's whiskers, the dog's bollocks
    Ex. The article ' The last word: ambivalence' sums up some of the ambivalent attitudes of the information profession to outsourcing.
    Ex. Both are considered to be the cat's meow but in different fields of machining.
    Ex. By the 1930s, 'cool as a cucumber' was ' the bee's knees,' slang of the era for 'excellent'.
    Ex. He's supposed to be the cat's pyjamas in modern classical music today.
    Ex. And if its wines are no longer considered the cat's whiskers, you should not let that prevent you from visiting Sydney.
    Ex. For reasons that aren't clear ' the dog's bollocks,' which have all the credentials to be thought of badly, are considered the top of the tree.
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    = the last word, the cat's meow, the bee's knees, the cat's pyjamas, the cat's whiskers, the dog's bollocks

    Ex: The article ' The last word: ambivalence' sums up some of the ambivalent attitudes of the information profession to outsourcing.

    Ex: Both are considered to be the cat's meow but in different fields of machining.
    Ex: By the 1930s, 'cool as a cucumber' was ' the bee's knees,' slang of the era for 'excellent'.
    Ex: He's supposed to be the cat's pyjamas in modern classical music today.
    Ex: And if its wines are no longer considered the cat's whiskers, you should not let that prevent you from visiting Sydney.
    Ex: For reasons that aren't clear ' the dog's bollocks,' which have all the credentials to be thought of badly, are considered the top of the tree.

    Spanish-English dictionary > el último grito

  • 5 incertidumbre

    f.
    1 uncertainty.
    2 acatalepsia.
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    1 uncertainty
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    femenino uncertainty
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    = limbo, uncertainty, ambivalence, perplex, quandary, vacillation.
    Ex. We understand that 'out-of-print' is a sort of final death knell, but the current out-of-stock limbo is bewildering.
    Ex. A language interface based on fuzzy set techniques is proposed to handle the uncertainty inherent in natural-language semantics.
    Ex. J E Tucker and E E Willoughby reviewed Wing's bibliography twice and reveal an ambivalence about it repeated by almost every reviewer.
    Ex. The article 'The print perplex' asserts that librarians must deal with a future of mixed print and digital material, since most books will never be in digital form.
    Ex. The increasing use and popularity of the Internet and phytomedicinals (medicinal herbs and medical botanics) have created a quandary for researchers, consumers and information professionals.
    Ex. She was born in the outback of Australia where all people were powerless in the face of the vacillations of nature.
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    * despejar una incertidumbre = relieve + uncertainty.
    * hacer frente a una incertidumbre = meet + uncertainty.
    * incertidumbre económica = economic uncertainty.
    * incertidumbre financiera = economic uncertainty.
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    femenino uncertainty
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    = limbo, uncertainty, ambivalence, perplex, quandary, vacillation.

    Ex: We understand that 'out-of-print' is a sort of final death knell, but the current out-of-stock limbo is bewildering.

    Ex: A language interface based on fuzzy set techniques is proposed to handle the uncertainty inherent in natural-language semantics.
    Ex: J E Tucker and E E Willoughby reviewed Wing's bibliography twice and reveal an ambivalence about it repeated by almost every reviewer.
    Ex: The article 'The print perplex' asserts that librarians must deal with a future of mixed print and digital material, since most books will never be in digital form.
    Ex: The increasing use and popularity of the Internet and phytomedicinals (medicinal herbs and medical botanics) have created a quandary for researchers, consumers and information professionals.
    Ex: She was born in the outback of Australia where all people were powerless in the face of the vacillations of nature.
    * despejar una incertidumbre = relieve + uncertainty.
    * hacer frente a una incertidumbre = meet + uncertainty.
    * incertidumbre económica = economic uncertainty.
    * incertidumbre financiera = economic uncertainty.

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    uncertainty
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    incertidumbre sustantivo femenino
    uncertainty
    incertidumbre sustantivo femenino uncertainty, doubt
    ' incertidumbre' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    duda
    English:
    limbo
    - suspense
    - uncertainty
    - unpredictability
    - rocky
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    uncertainty
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    f uncertainty
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    : uncertainty, suspense

    Spanish-English dictionary > incertidumbre

  • 6 indecisión

    f.
    indecision, hesitation, doubt, indecisiveness.
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    1 indecision
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    noun f.
    hesitation, indecision
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    femenino indecision
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    = ambivalence, hesitancy, vacillation.
    Ex. J E Tucker and E E Willoughby reviewed Wing's bibliography twice and reveal an ambivalence about it repeated by almost every reviewer.
    Ex. Librarian hesitancy to weed individual titles or types of titles also was cited as an important factor discouraging weeding.
    Ex. She was born in the outback of Australia where all people were powerless in the face of the vacillations of nature.
    * * *
    femenino indecision
    * * *
    = ambivalence, hesitancy, vacillation.

    Ex: J E Tucker and E E Willoughby reviewed Wing's bibliography twice and reveal an ambivalence about it repeated by almost every reviewer.

    Ex: Librarian hesitancy to weed individual titles or types of titles also was cited as an important factor discouraging weeding.
    Ex: She was born in the outback of Australia where all people were powerless in the face of the vacillations of nature.

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    indecision
    un momento de indecisión a moment's indecision
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    indecisión sustantivo femenino
    indecision
    indecisión sustantivo femenino indecision, hesitation
    ' indecisión' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    indeterminación
    - duda
    English:
    hesitancy
    - hesitation
    - indecision
    - indecisiveness
    - tentatively
    - doubtful
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    indecisiveness;
    una indecisión del piloto causó el accidente indecisiveness o indecision on the part of the pilot caused the accident;
    me molesta su indecisión her indecisiveness annoys me
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    f indecisiveness
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    indecisión nf, pl - siones : indecision

    Spanish-English dictionary > indecisión

  • 7 la última palabra

    = the last word, the last word, the bee's knees, the cat's pyjamas, the cat's meow, the cat's whiskers, the dog's bollocks
    Ex. The initial appraisal process is not the last word: reevaluation of materials must take place during processing and can be resumed long afterwards.
    Ex. The article ' The last word: ambivalence' sums up some of the ambivalent attitudes of the information profession to outsourcing.
    Ex. By the 1930s, 'cool as a cucumber' was ' the bee's knees,' slang of the era for 'excellent'.
    Ex. He's supposed to be the cat's pyjamas in modern classical music today.
    Ex. Both are considered to be the cat's meow but in different fields of machining.
    Ex. And if its wines are no longer considered the cat's whiskers, you should not let that prevent you from visiting Sydney.
    Ex. For reasons that aren't clear ' the dog's bollocks,' which have all the credentials to be thought of badly, are considered the top of the tree.
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    = the last word, the last word, the bee's knees, the cat's pyjamas, the cat's meow, the cat's whiskers, the dog's bollocks

    Ex: The initial appraisal process is not the last word: reevaluation of materials must take place during processing and can be resumed long afterwards.

    Ex: The article ' The last word: ambivalence' sums up some of the ambivalent attitudes of the information profession to outsourcing.
    Ex: By the 1930s, 'cool as a cucumber' was ' the bee's knees,' slang of the era for 'excellent'.
    Ex: He's supposed to be the cat's pyjamas in modern classical music today.
    Ex: Both are considered to be the cat's meow but in different fields of machining.
    Ex: And if its wines are no longer considered the cat's whiskers, you should not let that prevent you from visiting Sydney.
    Ex: For reasons that aren't clear ' the dog's bollocks,' which have all the credentials to be thought of badly, are considered the top of the tree.

    Spanish-English dictionary > la última palabra

  • 8 lo más novedoso

    Ex. The article ' The last word: ambivalence' sums up some of the ambivalent attitudes of the information profession to outsourcing.
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    Ex: The article ' The last word: ambivalence' sums up some of the ambivalent attitudes of the information profession to outsourcing.

    Spanish-English dictionary > lo más novedoso

  • 9 lo último

    Ex. The article ' The last word: ambivalence' sums up some of the ambivalent attitudes of the information profession to outsourcing.
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    Ex: The article ' The last word: ambivalence' sums up some of the ambivalent attitudes of the information profession to outsourcing.

    Spanish-English dictionary > lo último

  • 10 madre primeriza

    f.
    first-time mother.
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    (n.) = new mother
    Ex. In the span of one hour, a new mother can experience more emotions than she did in the previous two months: joy, rage, ambivalence, ecstasy, despair, aggravation, bewilderment, bliss - and everything in between.
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    (n.) = new mother

    Ex: In the span of one hour, a new mother can experience more emotions than she did in the previous two months: joy, rage, ambivalence, ecstasy, despair, aggravation, bewilderment, bliss - and everything in between.

    Spanish-English dictionary > madre primeriza

  • 11 ambigüedad

    • ambiguity
    • ambiguous meaning
    • ambiguousness
    • ambivalence
    • amphibology
    • double entendre
    • double meaning
    • equivocality
    • equivocalness
    • Hertzian waves
    • hesitant
    • vagueness

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > ambigüedad

  • 12 ambivalencia

    • ambivalence
    • equivocality

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > ambivalencia

  • 13 duplicidad

    • ambivalence
    • double-dealing
    • doubleness
    • duplicity
    • falseness
    • hypocrisy
    • repetition

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > duplicidad

  • 14 bivalencia

    f.
    1 bivalence, atomic state with a valence of two, bivalency, divalence.
    2 ambivalence, ambivalency, bivalence.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bivalencia

См. также в других словарях:

  • ambivalence — [ ɑ̃bivalɑ̃s ] n. f. • 1911; all. Ambivalenz, du lat. ambo « tous les deux » et valence 1 ♦ Psychol. Caractère de ce qui comporte deux composantes de sens contraire. Ambivalence affective : état de conscience comportant des dispositions… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Ambivalence — is a state of having simultaneous, conflicting feelings toward a person or thing.[1] Stated another way, ambivalence is the experience of having thoughts and/or emotions of both positive and negative valence toward someone or something. A common… …   Wikipedia

  • ambivalence — ambivalence, ambivalency ambivalency . 1. mixed feelings or emotions; uncertainty or vacillation in making a choice. [WordNet 1.5 +PJC] 2. (Psychol.) the simultaneous existence within a person of both positive and negative feelings toward another …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • ambivalence — noun dubiety, dubitancy, equivocalness, hesitation, incertitude, indecision, indecisiveness, indeterminacy, indetermination, irresoluteness, irresolution, mental reservation, prevarication, uncertainty, undecidedness, undetermination, vacillation …   Law dictionary

  • ambivalence — (n.) simultaneous conflicting feelings, 1924 (1912 as ambivalency), from Ger. Ambivalenz, coined 1910 by Swiss psychologist Eugen Bleuler (1857 1939) on model of Ger. Equivalenz equivalence, etc., from L. ambi both (see AMBI (Cf. ambi )) +… …   Etymology dictionary

  • ambivalence — [n] equivocation confusion dilemma, doubt, fluctuation, haze, hesitancy, hesitation, iffiness*, inconclusiveness, indecision, irresoluteness, muddle, quandary, tentativeness, uncertainty, unsureness; concept 564 Ant. certainty, decisiveness …   New thesaurus

  • ambivalence — [am biv′ə ləns] n. [ AMBI + VALENCE] simultaneous conflicting feelings toward a person or thing, as love and hate: also Chiefly Brit. ambivalency ambivalent adj. ambivalently adv …   English World dictionary

  • ambivalence —    by Marc Schuster   Ambivalence is a slippery term whose definition and significance has shifted throughout Baudrillard s career. One constant, however, is that ambivalence always calls into question the legitimacy of value. For Baudrillard,… …   The Baudrillard dictionary

  • ambivalence — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ deep, profound ▪ She feels a profound ambivalence about her origins. ▪ moral, sexual VERB + AMBIVALENCE ▪ fe …   Collocations dictionary

  • Ambivalence — Le terme ambivalence a été introduit en 1910 par Eugen Bleuler pour caractériser un aspect de l état psychique des schizophrènes. Il a été repris par Sigmund Freud dans une acception différente: il s agit de la juxtaposition plus ou moins… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • ambivalence — The coexistence of antithetical attitudes or emotions toward a given person or thing, or idea, as in the simultaneous feeling and expression of love and hate toward the same person. [ambi + L. valentia, strength] * * * am·biv·a·lence am biv ə… …   Medical dictionary

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