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  • 741 tiempo de respuesta

    (n.) = response time, turnaround time, turnabout time, fill time, reaction time
    Ex. The data-base organisation chosen for DOBIS/LIBIS is designed to ensure very fast response times.
    Ex. It was found that interlending traffic was of the order of 300,000 requests in 1985, with a fill rate of 80% and a median turnaround time of 10 days for 1st requests.
    Ex. Turnabout time was 2.34 days compared to 10.9 days when priority post was used.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Checking up on the Joneses: using fill time data to improve interlibrary borrowing'.
    Ex. There exists a relationship between increased video-game playing and improvements of eye-hand coordination, as well as manual dexterity, and reaction time.
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    (n.) = response time, turnaround time, turnabout time, fill time, reaction time

    Ex: The data-base organisation chosen for DOBIS/LIBIS is designed to ensure very fast response times.

    Ex: It was found that interlending traffic was of the order of 300,000 requests in 1985, with a fill rate of 80% and a median turnaround time of 10 days for 1st requests.
    Ex: Turnabout time was 2.34 days compared to 10.9 days when priority post was used.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'Checking up on the Joneses: using fill time data to improve interlibrary borrowing'.
    Ex: There exists a relationship between increased video-game playing and improvements of eye-hand coordination, as well as manual dexterity, and reaction time.

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  • 742 tiempo de verano

    Ex. Miserable summer weather and signs the economic slump may be bottoming out have led Britons to start looking at overseas holidays again.
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    Ex: Miserable summer weather and signs the economic slump may be bottoming out have led Britons to start looking at overseas holidays again.

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  • 743 tiempo durante el cual el ordenador no está disponible al público

    (n.) = down time
    Ex. Some down time is necessary for maintenance and updating of the files.
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    (n.) = down time

    Ex: Some down time is necessary for maintenance and updating of the files.

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  • 744 tiempo estar de lado de Alguien

    = time + be + on + Posesivo + side
    Ex. The article is entitled ' Time is not on our side: the challenge of preserving digital materials'.
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    = time + be + on + Posesivo + side

    Ex: The article is entitled ' Time is not on our side: the challenge of preserving digital materials'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tiempo estar de lado de Alguien

  • 745 tiempo estival

    Ex. Miserable summer weather and signs the economic slump may be bottoming out have led Britons to start looking at overseas holidays again.
    * * *

    Ex: Miserable summer weather and signs the economic slump may be bottoming out have led Britons to start looking at overseas holidays again.

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  • 746 tiempo familiar

    (n.) = quality time
    Ex. Instead of romantic moonlit walks on the beach, young couples' ' quality time' is limited to an hour or two at the local pizzeria.
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    Ex: Instead of romantic moonlit walks on the beach, young couples' ' quality time' is limited to an hour or two at the local pizzeria.

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  • 747 tiempo fuera de servicio

    (n.) = downtime
    Ex. A log in which equipment ' downtime' is noted will provide documentation useful for the justification of replacements or the arrangement of suitable maintenance schedules.
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    (n.) = downtime

    Ex: A log in which equipment ' downtime' is noted will provide documentation useful for the justification of replacements or the arrangement of suitable maintenance schedules.

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  • 748 tiempo futuro

    m.
    1 future time, futurity.
    2 future tense.
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    (n.) = future tense
    Ex. The article ' Future tense: science fiction confronts the new science' reviews recent science fiction novels for young adults that deal with artificial intelligence, robotics and genetic engineering.
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    Ex: The article ' Future tense: science fiction confronts the new science' reviews recent science fiction novels for young adults that deal with artificial intelligence, robotics and genetic engineering.

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  • 749 tiempo inclemente

    Ex. Birth in a season with intemperate weather is also a widely reported risk factor for schizophrenia.
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    Ex: Birth in a season with intemperate weather is also a widely reported risk factor for schizophrenia.

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  • 750 tiempo inmemorial

    m.
    time immemorial, time out of mind, time of legal memory, time out of memory.
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    Ex. The Nords and the Japs also do whaling for profit, they're not for maintaining a way of life going back to time immemorial.
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    Ex: The Nords and the Japs also do whaling for profit, they're not for maintaining a way of life going back to time immemorial.

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  • 751 tiempo invernal

    Ex. Nippy winter weather has forced farmers in Russia to make bras for their cows to protect their udders from extreme cold.
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    Ex: Nippy winter weather has forced farmers in Russia to make bras for their cows to protect their udders from extreme cold.

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  • 752 tiempo muy malo

    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.

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  • 753 tiempo transcurrido

    m.
    elapsed time, time spent.
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    (n.) = elapsed time
    Ex. There were no significant difference for precision, search time or total elapsed time.
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    Ex: There were no significant difference for precision, search time or total elapsed time.

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  • 754 tiempo verbal

    (n.) = tense
    Ex. A simple past tense describes more effectively what was done and the present tense may be used in dealing with facts, properties etc, which still hold true.
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    (n.) = tense

    Ex: A simple past tense describes more effectively what was done and the present tense may be used in dealing with facts, properties etc, which still hold true.

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  • 755 todo al mismo tiempo

    Ex. Best of all, you get all the cash all at once, no annuities, just one big fat lump sum!.
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    Ex: Best of all, you get all the cash all at once, no annuities, just one big fat lump sum!.

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  • 756 todo el tiempo

    = all of the time, left, right and centre, the whole time, all the while
    Ex. Many others besides Rothstein have suspected the truth of these figures for years, bearing in mind Robert Kennedy's hardbitten politician's conclusion that `one fifth of the people are against everything all of the time' = Muchos otros junto con Rothstein han sospechado durante años de la verdad de estos datos, teniendo presente la conclusión del político escarmentado Robert Kennedy de que "una quinta parte de la gente está en contra de todo siempre".
    Ex. It hasn't helped that the Americans are being so unilateralist and pulling out of treaties left, right and centre.
    Ex. The gentleman was sobbing his heart out the whole time but was totally transformed by the experience.
    Ex. The males are the ones who bob and bow and hop around, warbling all the while.
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    = all of the time, left, right and centre, the whole time, all the while

    Ex: Many others besides Rothstein have suspected the truth of these figures for years, bearing in mind Robert Kennedy's hardbitten politician's conclusion that `one fifth of the people are against everything all of the time' = Muchos otros junto con Rothstein han sospechado durante años de la verdad de estos datos, teniendo presente la conclusión del político escarmentado Robert Kennedy de que "una quinta parte de la gente está en contra de todo siempre".

    Ex: It hasn't helped that the Americans are being so unilateralist and pulling out of treaties left, right and centre.
    Ex: The gentleman was sobbing his heart out the whole time but was totally transformed by the experience.
    Ex: The males are the ones who bob and bow and hop around, warbling all the while.

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  • 757 tomar el tiempo

    (v.) = time
    Ex. The searches were timed and the retrieval steps and search terms were noted.
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    (v.) = time

    Ex: The searches were timed and the retrieval steps and search terms were noted.

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  • 758 tomarse el tiempo que Uno necesita

    (v.) = take + Posesivo + time
    Ex. Printers have always liked working on special jobs, putting their best into them and taking their time.
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    (v.) = take + Posesivo + time

    Ex: Printers have always liked working on special jobs, putting their best into them and taking their time.

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  • 759 trabajar durante un período de tiempo

    (v.) = serve + stint
    Ex. He graduated from library school a year and a half ago, and served a one year stint as an assistant media specialist in a middle school media center = El se graduó en biblioteconomía hace un año y medio y durante un año trabajó como auxiliar especialista en multimedia en un centro multimedia de una escuela secundaria.
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    (v.) = serve + stint

    Ex: He graduated from library school a year and a half ago, and served a one year stint as an assistant media specialist in a middle school media center = El se graduó en biblioteconomía hace un año y medio y durante un año trabajó como auxiliar especialista en multimedia en un centro multimedia de una escuela secundaria.

    Spanish-English dictionary > trabajar durante un período de tiempo

  • 760 transcurrir tiempo

    (v.) = lapse + time
    Ex. The number of searches and time allowed to lapse between searches were varied.
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    (v.) = lapse + time

    Ex: The number of searches and time allowed to lapse between searches were varied.

    Spanish-English dictionary > transcurrir tiempo


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