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  • 461 ahorrar tiempo de escritura

    (v.) = save + typing
    Ex. The system includes some other editing functions that can save time and typing.
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    (v.) = save + typing

    Ex: The system includes some other editing functions that can save time and typing.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ahorrar tiempo de escritura

  • 462 al mismo tiempo que

    = in parallel to/with, while, as the same time as, cum, in conjunction with
    Ex. In parallel with the work of the classification theorists, general systems theory was evolved to consider similar problems.
    Ex. While the label is being scanned, the display station checks the number.
    Ex. In medieval bindings the headbands were sewn in at the same time as the cords, but by the sixteenth century they were generally sewn on after the edges had been cut.
    Ex. Libraries as vital institutions of public culture are currently facing a crisis cum challenge.
    Ex. Rules for any given class must be used in conjunction with the schedules for that class.
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    = in parallel to/with, while, as the same time as, cum, in conjunction with

    Ex: In parallel with the work of the classification theorists, general systems theory was evolved to consider similar problems.

    Ex: While the label is being scanned, the display station checks the number.
    Ex: In medieval bindings the headbands were sewn in at the same time as the cords, but by the sixteenth century they were generally sewn on after the edges had been cut.
    Ex: Libraries as vital institutions of public culture are currently facing a crisis cum challenge.
    Ex: Rules for any given class must be used in conjunction with the schedules for that class.

    Spanish-English dictionary > al mismo tiempo que

  • 463 al mismo tiempo que + Indicativo

    = whilst + Gerundio
    Ex. Concepts should, in general, be described as simply as possible, whilst retaining sought and well known terminology.
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    = whilst + Gerundio

    Ex: Concepts should, in general, be described as simply as possible, whilst retaining sought and well known terminology.

    Spanish-English dictionary > al mismo tiempo que + Indicativo

  • 464 alerta del tiempo

    Ex. A weather warning is issued when severe weather is expected within the next few hours.
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    Ex: A weather warning is issued when severe weather is expected within the next few hours.

    Spanish-English dictionary > alerta del tiempo

  • 465 algún tiempo

    adv.
    some time, awhile.
    m.
    some time.
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    (n.) = awhile
    Ex. The major IT players are content to wait awhile before modifying their operating systems.
    * * *
    (n.) = awhile

    Ex: The major IT players are content to wait awhile before modifying their operating systems.

    Spanish-English dictionary > algún tiempo

  • 466 alquilar tiempo

    (v.) = buy + time
    Ex. Smaller libraries may co-operate in a network and have shared access to a commercially-owned computer or may buy time on a computer belonging to another organization.
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    (v.) = buy + time

    Ex: Smaller libraries may co-operate in a network and have shared access to a commercially-owned computer or may buy time on a computer belonging to another organization.

    Spanish-English dictionary > alquilar tiempo

  • 467 andar (muy) apurado de tiempo

    (v.) = be (hard) pressed for + time
    Ex. Spring is the most important planting time here in the west, and nurserymen are hard pressed for time to fill all the orders.
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    (v.) = be (hard) pressed for + time

    Ex: Spring is the most important planting time here in the west, and nurserymen are hard pressed for time to fill all the orders.

    Spanish-English dictionary > andar (muy) apurado de tiempo

  • 468 andar (muy) corto de tiempo

    (v.) = be (hard) pressed for + time
    Ex. Spring is the most important planting time here in the west, and nurserymen are hard pressed for time to fill all the orders.
    * * *
    (v.) = be (hard) pressed for + time

    Ex: Spring is the most important planting time here in the west, and nurserymen are hard pressed for time to fill all the orders.

    Spanish-English dictionary > andar (muy) corto de tiempo

  • 469 andar (muy) escaso de tiempo

    (v.) = be (hard) pressed for + time
    Ex. Spring is the most important planting time here in the west, and nurserymen are hard pressed for time to fill all the orders.
    * * *
    (v.) = be (hard) pressed for + time

    Ex: Spring is the most important planting time here in the west, and nurserymen are hard pressed for time to fill all the orders.

    Spanish-English dictionary > andar (muy) escaso de tiempo

  • 470 andar (muy) falto de tiempo

    (v.) = be (hard) pressed for + time
    Ex. Spring is the most important planting time here in the west, and nurserymen are hard pressed for time to fill all the orders.
    * * *
    (v.) = be (hard) pressed for + time

    Ex: Spring is the most important planting time here in the west, and nurserymen are hard pressed for time to fill all the orders.

    Spanish-English dictionary > andar (muy) falto de tiempo

  • 471 anunciado desde hace tiempo

    (adj.) = long-heralded
    Ex. The impact of this type of transactions is foreseen as a major step toward the long-heralded 'cashless society'.
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    (adj.) = long-heralded

    Ex: The impact of this type of transactions is foreseen as a major step toward the long-heralded 'cashless society'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > anunciado desde hace tiempo

  • 472 apreciado desde hace mucho tiempo

    Ex. New technologies are making long-cherished concepts held by all information handlers -- librarians, archivists, record managers -- seem mere provincialisms rather than sacred theory or immutable principles.
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    Ex: New technologies are making long-cherished concepts held by all information handlers -- librarians, archivists, record managers -- seem mere provincialisms rather than sacred theory or immutable principles.

    Spanish-English dictionary > apreciado desde hace mucho tiempo

  • 473 apurado de tiempo

    (adj.) = time-rationed, crunched for time, time-crunched
    Ex. They have become very popular with library patrons, especially in time-rationed, gridlocked metropolitan areas with a high proportion of two-parent working families.
    Ex. When you're crunched for time, take along snacks that pack a wallop, nutritionally speaking.
    Ex. Whether a time-crunched professional or busy mother of three, anyone can succeed with the right knowledge and passion.
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    (adj.) = time-rationed, crunched for time, time-crunched

    Ex: They have become very popular with library patrons, especially in time-rationed, gridlocked metropolitan areas with a high proportion of two-parent working families.

    Ex: When you're crunched for time, take along snacks that pack a wallop, nutritionally speaking.
    Ex: Whether a time-crunched professional or busy mother of three, anyone can succeed with the right knowledge and passion.

    Spanish-English dictionary > apurado de tiempo

  • 474 artífice del tiempo

    (n.) = weather-maker, rainmaker
    Ex. There are personalities in any collection of people who are at one and the same time barometers, indicating the climate within the social group they tend to dominate, and weather-makers, determining the climate as the influencers I mentioned above.
    Ex. Rather than rainmakers, the electorate increasingly views politicians as scapegoats for economic consequences.
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    (n.) = weather-maker, rainmaker

    Ex: There are personalities in any collection of people who are at one and the same time barometers, indicating the climate within the social group they tend to dominate, and weather-makers, determining the climate as the influencers I mentioned above.

    Ex: Rather than rainmakers, the electorate increasingly views politicians as scapegoats for economic consequences.

    Spanish-English dictionary > artífice del tiempo

  • 475 avatares del tiempo, los

    (n.) = vicissitudes of time, the, whims of time, the
    Ex. As a thinking being, one seems to be free from the vicissitudes of time and space -- there is no coming to be or ceasing to be.
    Ex. For all their glory in the eyes of the admiring poet, these phenomena are historically bound and subject to the whims of time.

    Spanish-English dictionary > avatares del tiempo, los

  • 476 basado en el tiempo

    (adj.) = time-based
    Ex. Expertise in computer programming consists of: time-based expertise which is a function solely of the time spent programming; and multiskilling expertise which accrues through exposure to a variety of programming languages and tasks.
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    (adj.) = time-based

    Ex: Expertise in computer programming consists of: time-based expertise which is a function solely of the time spent programming; and multiskilling expertise which accrues through exposure to a variety of programming languages and tasks.

    Spanish-English dictionary > basado en el tiempo

  • 477 bastante tiempo

    adv.
    quite a while.
    m.
    quite a while, a lot of time.
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    (n.) = ample time
    Ex. The format of each workshop is to be determined by the organizers, but it is expected that they contain ample time for general discussion.
    * * *
    (n.) = ample time

    Ex: The format of each workshop is to be determined by the organizers, but it is expected that they contain ample time for general discussion.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bastante tiempo

  • 478 breve período de tiempo

    (n.) = while
    Ex. The former library was in fact only used as a store for a while.
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    (n.) = while

    Ex: The former library was in fact only used as a store for a while.

    Spanish-English dictionary > breve período de tiempo

  • 479 buen tiempo

    m.
    1 good weather, fair weather, pleasant weather.
    2 good time record.
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    (n.) = fair weather
    Ex. If you are a ' fair weather' cyclist, you don't need fenders.
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    Ex: If you are a ' fair weather' cyclist, you don't need fenders.

    Spanish-English dictionary > buen tiempo

  • 480 cada cierto tiempo

    = episodic, every so often, every now and then, every now and again
    Ex. Politics often makes library development episodic and unpredictable.
    Ex. Every so often, the mist cleared and I could see sunlight in the distance.
    Ex. I can walk on that foot, but as you described, every now and then without warning, the foot and ankle give way.
    Ex. Every now and again, someone gets the fame they deserve.
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    = episodic, every so often, every now and then, every now and again

    Ex: Politics often makes library development episodic and unpredictable.

    Ex: Every so often, the mist cleared and I could see sunlight in the distance.
    Ex: I can walk on that foot, but as you described, every now and then without warning, the foot and ankle give way.
    Ex: Every now and again, someone gets the fame they deserve.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cada cierto tiempo


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