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  • 1 a manos de

    Ex. Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
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    Ex: Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a manos de

  • 2 acechar

    v.
    to watch, to spy on.
    el cazador acechaba a su presa the hunter was stalking his prey
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    1 (vigilar) to watch, spy on; (esperar) to lie in wait for
    2 (caza) to stalk
    3 (amenazar) to threaten, lurk
    * * *
    VT (=observar) to spy on, watch; (=esperar) to lie in wait for; [+ caza] to stalk; (=amenazar) to threaten, beset
    * * *
    verbo transitivo <enemigo/presa> to lie in wait for
    * * *
    = lurk, stalk, lie in + wait, skulk, lurk in + the wings.
    Ex. This is when children are not really concerned with scientific truth; they believe in Father Christmas anyway, even if there lurks the suspicion that there is something rather fishy about it all.
    Ex. So Hutchins arranges her drawings in such a way that as your eye travels leftwards across the page you see the fox who is stalking the hen and trying to catch her.
    Ex. The hurdles that lie in wait for us include ones called 'connectivity', 'electronic journals', 'new software', 'new computers', 'more RAM', 'local area networks' and 'more time and energy'.
    Ex. The novel has many trappings that will ensnare the average reader but skulking at the bottom of its well of intrigue is a timeless terror more attuned to the mature sensibilities of an adult audience.
    Ex. Prince Hal has proved his courage, but the conniving Falstaff and his companions lurk in the wings, waiting for Hal to ascend the throne.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo <enemigo/presa> to lie in wait for
    * * *
    = lurk, stalk, lie in + wait, skulk, lurk in + the wings.

    Ex: This is when children are not really concerned with scientific truth; they believe in Father Christmas anyway, even if there lurks the suspicion that there is something rather fishy about it all.

    Ex: So Hutchins arranges her drawings in such a way that as your eye travels leftwards across the page you see the fox who is stalking the hen and trying to catch her.
    Ex: The hurdles that lie in wait for us include ones called 'connectivity', 'electronic journals', 'new software', 'new computers', 'more RAM', 'local area networks' and 'more time and energy'.
    Ex: The novel has many trappings that will ensnare the average reader but skulking at the bottom of its well of intrigue is a timeless terror more attuned to the mature sensibilities of an adult audience.
    Ex: Prince Hal has proved his courage, but the conniving Falstaff and his companions lurk in the wings, waiting for Hal to ascend the throne.

    * * *
    acechar [A1 ]
    vt
    ‹enemigo/presa› to stalk, to lie in wait for
    somos conscientes del peligro que nos acecha we are aware of the danger that awaits us o that lies ahead of us
    * * *

    acechar ( conjugate acechar) verbo transitivoenemigo/presa to lie in wait for;

    acechar verbo transitivo
    1 to lie in wait for
    2 (amenazar) to threaten

    ' acechar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    stalk
    * * *
    to watch, to spy on;
    el cazador acechaba a su presa the hunter was stalking his prey
    * * *
    v/t lie in wait for
    * * *
    1) : to watch, to spy on
    2) : to stalk, to lie in wait for
    * * *
    acechar vb to lurk

    Spanish-English dictionary > acechar

  • 3 aguardar

    v.
    1 to wait for, to await.
    Noel aguarda desde la mañana Noel waits since morning.
    2 to expect, to await, to bide.
    Ella aguarda la noticia impacientemente She expects the answer impatiently
    3 to be in for.
    Me aguarda una sorpresa I am in for a surprise.
    4 to be in store, to await.
    Aguarda una increíble sorpresa An incredible surprise awaits=is in store.
    5 to tarry.
    El chico aguardó demasiado The boy tarried too long.
    6 to expect to.
    Ella aguarda ganar She expects to win.
    * * *
    1 to wait (for), await
    1 to wait
    * * *
    verb
    to wait for, await
    * * *
    1.
    VT (=esperar) to wait for, await; [con ansias] to expect
    2.
    VI (=esperar) to wait

    ¡aguarda te digo! — hold your horses! *

    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo < persona> to wait for; < acontecimiento> to await

    aguardar (a) que + subj: aguardó (a) que le respondiera — she waited for him to reply

    2.
    aguardar vi noticia/destino to await
    * * *
    ----
    * futuro + aguardar = future + hold.
    * lo que aguarda a = what is on store for.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo < persona> to wait for; < acontecimiento> to await

    aguardar (a) que + subj: aguardó (a) que le respondiera — she waited for him to reply

    2.
    aguardar vi noticia/destino to await
    * * *
    * futuro + aguardar = future + hold.
    * lo que aguarda a = what is on store for.
    * * *
    aguardar [A1 ]
    vt
    ‹persona› to wait for; ‹acontecimiento› to await
    aguardaban la llegada del Mesías they awaited the coming of the Messiah
    aguardar ( A) QUE + SUBJ:
    aguardó (a) que le respondiera she waited for him to reply
    ■ aguardar
    vi
    «noticia/destino» to await
    nos aguardan tiempos duros hard times lie ahead of us
    les aguardaba una grata sorpresa there was a pleasant surprise in store for them
    * * *

    aguardar ( conjugate aguardar) verbo transitivo persona to wait for;
    acontecimiento to await
    verbo intransitivo [noticia/destino] to await;

    aguardar
    I verbo transitivo to await
    II verbo intransitivo to wait ➣ Ver nota en esperar

    ' aguardar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    esperar
    English:
    await
    * * *
    vt
    to wait for, to await;
    aguardaban a su padre they were waiting for their father;
    aguarda a que acabe wait until I've finished
    vi
    to wait;
    ¡aguarda aquí! wait here!;
    aguarda, lo mejor será que llamemos hold on, it would be best if we called;
    date prisa, que el vuelo no aguarda hurry up or the plane will go without you
    * * *
    I v/t wait for, await fml
    II v/i wait
    * * *
    esperar: to wait for, to await
    : to be in store

    Spanish-English dictionary > aguardar

  • 4 aludir

    v.
    to insinuate, to hint, to suggest, to quote.
    * * *
    1 to allude (a, to), mention (a, -), refer (a, to)
    * * *
    VI

    aludir a — to allude to, mention

    * * *
    verbo intransitivo

    aludir a alguien/algo — to refer to somebody/something, allude to somebody/something

    b) ( mencionar)

    aludir a alguien/algo — to refer to somebody/something, mention somebody/something

    * * *
    = intone, hint.
    Ex. Also in 1876 the concept of the librarian as educator, frequently intoned in recent decades, began to take shape.
    Ex. Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    ----
    * aludir a = allude to, hint at, make + reference to.
    * aludir a una idea = allude to + idea.
    * * *
    verbo intransitivo

    aludir a alguien/algo — to refer to somebody/something, allude to somebody/something

    b) ( mencionar)

    aludir a alguien/algo — to refer to somebody/something, mention somebody/something

    * * *
    = intone, hint.

    Ex: Also in 1876 the concept of the librarian as educator, frequently intoned in recent decades, began to take shape.

    Ex: Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    * aludir a = allude to, hint at, make + reference to.
    * aludir a una idea = allude to + idea.

    * * *
    aludir [I1 ]
    vi
    1 (sin nombrar) aludir A algn/algo to refer TO sb/sth, allude TO sb/sth
    2 (mencionar) aludir A algn/algo to refer TO sb/sth, mention sb/sth
    no aludió a la cuestión de las licencias she didn't refer to o mention the question of the licenses
    * * *

    aludir ( conjugate aludir) verbo intransitivo
    a) ( sin nombrar) aludir a algn/algo to refer to sb/sth, allude to sb/sth;


    no se dio por aludido he didn't take the hint
    b) ( mencionar) aludir a algn/algo to refer to sb/sth, mention sb/sth

    aludir verbo intransitivo to allude to, mention
    ' aludir' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    referirse
    - dar
    English:
    dig
    - refer to
    - allude
    - refer
    * * *
    aludir vi
    1.
    aludir a algo/alguien [sin mencionar] to allude to sth/sb
    2.
    aludir a algo/alguien [mencionando] to refer to sth/sb;
    en el discurso evitó aludir a los impuestos he avoided mentioning taxes in his speech
    * * *
    v/i
    :
    aludir a algo allude to sth
    * * *
    aludir vi
    : to allude, to refer

    Spanish-English dictionary > aludir

  • 5 amplio

    adj.
    1 ample, extensive, broad, roomy.
    2 ample, generous, broad, free-handed.
    3 wide, diverse, varied.
    4 liberal-minded, liberal, tolerant, all-round.
    5 spacious, capacious.
    6 free-ranging.
    * * *
    1 (extenso) large
    2 (espacioso) roomy, spacious
    3 (ancho) wide, broad
    4 (holgado) loose
    \
    en el sentido más amplio de la palabra in the broadest sense of the word
    * * *
    (f. - amplia)
    adj.
    ample, wide, spacious
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=espacioso) [habitación, interior] spacious; [avenida, calle] wide
    2) [ropa] loose(-fitting), roomy *; [falda] full
    3) [margen] wide
    4) [conocimiento, vocabulario, poder, gama] wide, extensive

    un amplio surtido de productosa wide o extensive range of products

    5) [sentido] broad
    6) [repercusión] far-reaching

    la noticia tuvo amplia difusión o amplio eco en la prensa — the news was widely o extensively reported

    7) [informe] full, detailed
    * * *
    - plia adjetivo
    a) <calle/valle/margen> wide; < casa> spacious; <vestido/abrigo> loose-fitting
    b) <criterio/sentido> broad
    c) <garantías/programa> comprehensive
    * * *
    = vast [vaster -comp., vastest -sup.], extensive, large [larger -comp., largest -sup.], wide-sweeping, widespread, broad [broader -comp., broadest -sup.], airy [airier -comp., airiest -sup.], ample, capacious, widespan, wide-reaching, expansive, extended, wide [wider -comp., widest -sup.], wide-angle(d), loose fit, roomy [roomier -comp., roomiest -sup.].
    Ex. If you add to this other access points, such as collections housed in old people's homes or day centres, prisons, hospitals, youth clubs, playgroups etc the coverage is vast.
    Ex. The minutely detailed classification is of the type appropriate to an extensive collection.
    Ex. Serial searching for a string of characters is usually performed on a small subset of a large file.
    Ex. Surely these innovations already have and will continue to bring deep and wide-sweeping change to our profession - and because of their rapidity, these changes will be sudden and often tumultuous.
    Ex. Comment published so far is favourable, but the code still awaits widespread adoption.
    Ex. In 'upper town' streets are broad, quiet, and tree-shaded; the homes are tall and heavy and look like battleships, each anchored in its private sea of grass.
    Ex. In the questionnaire young people answered that the bookshops in their town were airy, well-lit and very pleasant shops to visit.
    Ex. The broad tree-lined streets with large Victorian homes surrounded by ample greenery on what were once the outskirts of town -- the gracious and expansive habitations of the wealthy mill and factory owners -- gradually yield to a miscellany of recent bungalows, modest cottages, and modern apartment buildings.
    Ex. This is an efficient method of storing large amounts of programs and data, which is faster, more reliable and much more capacious than the floppy disc.
    Ex. With no other type of structure is it possible to obtain clear, widespan coverage of almost unlimited areas, translucency to permit uniform daylight, and transportability or relocatability.
    Ex. Appraisal is the single most important function performed by an archivist because it has wide-reaching and everlasting social implications.
    Ex. The broad tree-lined streets with large Victorian homes surrounded by ample greenery on what were once the outskirts of town -- the gracious and expansive habitations of the wealthy mill and factory owners -- gradually yield to a miscellany of recent bungalows, modest cottages, and modern apartment buildings.
    Ex. The brief abstracts and extended abstracts of papers, not published in full in the proceedings, are excluded.
    Ex. Located in an isolated section of the Southwest, Los Pasos sits under the brassy sun on a wide plain below a low range of hills.
    Ex. Except for the principal no one besides the librarian has such a wide-angle view of the school's instructional programme.
    Ex. His offices and warehouses were one of the first designs which was subsequently described as loose fit, low energy building.
    Ex. With roomy interiors and flexible seating, minivans are some of the most versatile vehicles for carrying passengers and cargo.
    ----
    * cada vez más amplio = ever-widening.
    * demasiado amplio = overwide [over-wide].
    * desde un punto de vista más amplio = in a broader sense.
    * en el sentido más amplio = in the broadest sense, in the widest sense.
    * en su sentido más amplio = in its/their broadest sense, in its/their widest sense.
    * en un sentido más amplio = in a broader sense, in a larger sense.
    * horario de apertura más amplio = extended hours.
    * una amplia gama de = a wide variety of, a wide range of, a broad variety of, a broad range of.
    * una amplia variedad de = a broad variety of, a wide range of, a broad range of.
    * WAN (red de área amplia) = WAN (wide area network).
    * * *
    - plia adjetivo
    a) <calle/valle/margen> wide; < casa> spacious; <vestido/abrigo> loose-fitting
    b) <criterio/sentido> broad
    c) <garantías/programa> comprehensive
    * * *
    = vast [vaster -comp., vastest -sup.], extensive, large [larger -comp., largest -sup.], wide-sweeping, widespread, broad [broader -comp., broadest -sup.], airy [airier -comp., airiest -sup.], ample, capacious, widespan, wide-reaching, expansive, extended, wide [wider -comp., widest -sup.], wide-angle(d), loose fit, roomy [roomier -comp., roomiest -sup.].

    Ex: If you add to this other access points, such as collections housed in old people's homes or day centres, prisons, hospitals, youth clubs, playgroups etc the coverage is vast.

    Ex: The minutely detailed classification is of the type appropriate to an extensive collection.
    Ex: Serial searching for a string of characters is usually performed on a small subset of a large file.
    Ex: Surely these innovations already have and will continue to bring deep and wide-sweeping change to our profession - and because of their rapidity, these changes will be sudden and often tumultuous.
    Ex: Comment published so far is favourable, but the code still awaits widespread adoption.
    Ex: In 'upper town' streets are broad, quiet, and tree-shaded; the homes are tall and heavy and look like battleships, each anchored in its private sea of grass.
    Ex: In the questionnaire young people answered that the bookshops in their town were airy, well-lit and very pleasant shops to visit.
    Ex: The broad tree-lined streets with large Victorian homes surrounded by ample greenery on what were once the outskirts of town -- the gracious and expansive habitations of the wealthy mill and factory owners -- gradually yield to a miscellany of recent bungalows, modest cottages, and modern apartment buildings.
    Ex: This is an efficient method of storing large amounts of programs and data, which is faster, more reliable and much more capacious than the floppy disc.
    Ex: With no other type of structure is it possible to obtain clear, widespan coverage of almost unlimited areas, translucency to permit uniform daylight, and transportability or relocatability.
    Ex: Appraisal is the single most important function performed by an archivist because it has wide-reaching and everlasting social implications.
    Ex: The broad tree-lined streets with large Victorian homes surrounded by ample greenery on what were once the outskirts of town -- the gracious and expansive habitations of the wealthy mill and factory owners -- gradually yield to a miscellany of recent bungalows, modest cottages, and modern apartment buildings.
    Ex: The brief abstracts and extended abstracts of papers, not published in full in the proceedings, are excluded.
    Ex: Located in an isolated section of the Southwest, Los Pasos sits under the brassy sun on a wide plain below a low range of hills.
    Ex: Except for the principal no one besides the librarian has such a wide-angle view of the school's instructional programme.
    Ex: His offices and warehouses were one of the first designs which was subsequently described as loose fit, low energy building.
    Ex: With roomy interiors and flexible seating, minivans are some of the most versatile vehicles for carrying passengers and cargo.
    * cada vez más amplio = ever-widening.
    * demasiado amplio = overwide [over-wide].
    * desde un punto de vista más amplio = in a broader sense.
    * en el sentido más amplio = in the broadest sense, in the widest sense.
    * en su sentido más amplio = in its/their broadest sense, in its/their widest sense.
    * en un sentido más amplio = in a broader sense, in a larger sense.
    * horario de apertura más amplio = extended hours.
    * una amplia gama de = a wide variety of, a wide range of, a broad variety of, a broad range of.
    * una amplia variedad de = a broad variety of, a wide range of, a broad range of.
    * WAN (red de área amplia) = WAN (wide area network).

    * * *
    1 ‹calle› wide; ‹valle› wide, broad; ‹casa› spacious; ‹vestido/abrigo› loose-fitting; ‹falda/manga› full
    con una amplia sonrisa with a broad smile
    2 ‹criterio› broad; ‹margen› wide
    en el sentido amplio de la palabra in the broad sense of the word
    por amplia mayoría by a large majority
    tiene amplias facultades para decidir sobre este punto he has full authority to make a decision on this point
    una amplia gama de colores a wide range of colors
    les ofrecemos las más amplias garantías we offer comprehensive guarantees o the fullest possible guarantees
    un tema que tuvo una amplia difusión an issue that received wide media coverage
    un amplio programa de reformas a full o wide-ranging o comprehensive program of reforms
    * * *

     

    Del verbo ampliar: ( conjugate ampliar)

    amplío es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    amplió es:

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) pretérito indicativo

    Multiple Entries:
    ampliar    
    amplio
    ampliar ( conjugate ampliar) verbo transitivo
    a)local/carretera to extend;

    negocio to expand
    b)capital/personal to increase

    c)conocimientos/vocabulario to increase;

    explicación to expand (on);
    campo de acción to widen, broaden;

    d)plazo/período to extend


    amplio
    ◊ - plia adjetivo

    a)calle/valle/margen wide;

    casa spacious;
    vestido/abrigo loose-fitting;
    sonrisa broad
    b)criterio/sentido broad;


    una amplia gama de colores a wide range of colors
    c)garantías/programa comprehensive

    ampliar verbo transitivo
    1 (hacer más largo un plazo) to extend
    2 (hacer más grande un edificio) to enlarge
    3 (extender un negocio) to expand
    4 (una fotografía) to enlarge, to blow up
    5 (el campo de acción) to widen: los sindicatos proponen ampliar las sanciones a los defraudadores, the unions propose greater penalties for those committing fraud
    amplio,-a adjetivo
    1 large, roomy
    2 (ancho, profundo, variado) wide, broad ➣ Ver nota en ancho
    ' amplio' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    amplia
    - ancha
    - ancho
    - dilatada
    - dilatado
    - espectro
    - nave
    English:
    ample
    - extensive
    - large
    - roomy
    - spacious
    - sweep
    - vocabulary
    - wide
    - all
    - broad
    - comfortable
    - smock
    - sweeping
    * * *
    amplio, -a adj
    1. [grande] [sala, maletero] roomy, spacious;
    [avenida] wide;
    una amplio sonrisa a broad smile
    2. [ropa] loose
    3. [extenso] [explicación, cobertura] comprehensive;
    [ventaja, capacidad] considerable;
    en el sentido más amplio de la palabra in the broadest sense of the word;
    ganaron por una amplia mayoría they won with a large majority;
    hubo un amplio consenso there was a broad consensus;
    ofrecen una amplia gama de servicios they offer a wide range of services;
    gozan de una amplia aceptación they enjoy widespread approval;
    tiene una amplia experiencia she has wide-ranging experience
    4. [abierto]
    una persona de amplias miras o [m5] amplia de miras a broad-minded person
    * * *
    adj casa spacious; gama, margen wide; falda full
    * * *
    amplio, - plia adj
    : broad, wide, ample
    ampliamente adj
    * * *
    amplio adj
    1. (gama, margen) wide
    2. (valor, cantidad) large
    3. (espacioso) spacious
    4. (ropa) baggy [comp. baggier; superl. baggiest] / loose

    Spanish-English dictionary > amplio

  • 6 aún2

    = still, yet, as yet.
    Ex. Comment published so far is favourable, but the code still awaits widespread adoption.
    Ex. The article suggests that this technique is the most transparent and equitable system yet devised.
    Ex. A second objective of union catalogues -- to make library resources available when and where they are needed -- has not then as yet been fully achieved.
    ----
    * aún no nacido = unborn.
    * estar aún por llegar = be yet to come.
    * lo mejor está aún por llegar = the best is yet to come.
    * tradición que (aún = lasting legacy.

    Spanish-English dictionary > aún2

  • 7 dar a entender

    (v.) = give to + understand, hint, send + a clear signal that, lull + Nombre + into thinking, insinuate, intimate
    Ex. I am given to understand that the overall cooling costs in a library building such as mine are greater than the total heating costs.
    Ex. Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex. Schools that have dropped the word 'library' from their names are sending a clear signal that they want to disassociate themselves from the library profession.
    Ex. One is sometimes lulled into thinking that there might be a grain of rationality in his commentaries.
    Ex. Novels are modes of prediction that insinuate visions of human relations not to be found in official rules or precepts or admonitions.
    Ex. Tiff smiled a little superciliously intimating that he had a plan all figured out already.
    * * *
    (v.) = give to + understand, hint, send + a clear signal that, lull + Nombre + into thinking, insinuate, intimate

    Ex: I am given to understand that the overall cooling costs in a library building such as mine are greater than the total heating costs.

    Ex: Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex: Schools that have dropped the word 'library' from their names are sending a clear signal that they want to disassociate themselves from the library profession.
    Ex: One is sometimes lulled into thinking that there might be a grain of rationality in his commentaries.
    Ex: Novels are modes of prediction that insinuate visions of human relations not to be found in official rules or precepts or admonitions.
    Ex: Tiff smiled a little superciliously intimating that he had a plan all figured out already.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar a entender

  • 8 dejar claro

    v.
    to make clear.
    María aclarará los puntos mañMaría Mary will clarify the points tomorrow.
    * * *
    (v.) = make + it + clear, hammer + home + message, make + plain, send + a clear signal that
    Ex. Simple linking of Students and Attitudes would still not make it clear whether it was the attitudes 'of' or 'towards' Students.
    Ex. Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex. The most recent book on the subject, almost fifty years later, makes it plain that the situation is unchanged.
    Ex. Schools that have dropped the word 'library' from their names are sending a clear signal that they want to disassociate themselves from the library profession.
    * * *
    (v.) = make + it + clear, hammer + home + message, make + plain, send + a clear signal that

    Ex: Simple linking of Students and Attitudes would still not make it clear whether it was the attitudes 'of' or 'towards' Students.

    Ex: Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex: The most recent book on the subject, almost fifty years later, makes it plain that the situation is unchanged.
    Ex: Schools that have dropped the word 'library' from their names are sending a clear signal that they want to disassociate themselves from the library profession.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dejar claro

  • 9 dejar entrever

    v.
    to insinuate, to imply.
    * * *
    to hint
    * * *
    (v.) = provide + a glimpse of, hint, insinuate, hint at, give + a hint, intimate
    Ex. Close attention to the role of the computer specialist provides a glimpse of the world behind the reference desk.
    Ex. Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex. Novels are modes of prediction that insinuate visions of human relations not to be found in official rules or precepts or admonitions.
    Ex. It was the first time the Mr Blair had even hinted at military action and his words are likely to alarm Labour MPs.
    Ex. Mum's the word: Weis not giving hints on the player's future.
    Ex. Tiff smiled a little superciliously intimating that he had a plan all figured out already.
    * * *
    (v.) = provide + a glimpse of, hint, insinuate, hint at, give + a hint, intimate

    Ex: Close attention to the role of the computer specialist provides a glimpse of the world behind the reference desk.

    Ex: Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex: Novels are modes of prediction that insinuate visions of human relations not to be found in official rules or precepts or admonitions.
    Ex: It was the first time the Mr Blair had even hinted at military action and his words are likely to alarm Labour MPs.
    Ex: Mum's the word: Weis not giving hints on the player's future.
    Ex: Tiff smiled a little superciliously intimating that he had a plan all figured out already.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dejar entrever

  • 10 difundido

    adj.
    diffuse, diffused, scattered.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: difundir.
    * * *
    Ex. Comment published so far is favourable, but the code still awaits widespread adoption.
    ----
    * más difundido = best-publicised [best-publicized, -USA].
    * * *

    Ex: Comment published so far is favourable, but the code still awaits widespread adoption.

    * más difundido = best-publicised [best-publicized, -USA].

    Spanish-English dictionary > difundido

  • 11 enojado

    adj.
    1 angry, furious, cross, mad.
    2 furious, angry, irate.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: enojar.
    * * *
    1→ link=enojar enojar
    1 angry, cross
    * * *
    (f. - enojada)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ angry, cross, mad (EEUU)

    dijo, enojado — he said angrily

    * * *
    - da adjetivo (esp AmL) angry, mad (esp AmE colloq); ( en menor grado) annoyed, cross (BrE colloq)

    esta enojado contigo — he`s angry/annoyed with you

    * * *
    = annoyed, irate, upset, angry [angrier -comp., angriest -sup.], in a rage, angrily, crossly, irritated, pissed off, ill-humoured [ill-humored, -USA], exasperated, miffed, out of anger, in a grouch.
    Ex. Your exaggerated coughs and annoyed looks and the oh so dramatic flailing about of your hands and arms when he lights up drive him up a wall.
    Ex. First, Sholom Aleichem I recently spent something like twenty minutes talking over the telephone with a suitably irate and properly frustrated borrower.
    Ex. He had never seen the children's librarian so upset.
    Ex. The irate patron stance is characterised by very erect posture, an angry facial expression, sustained eye contact, dilated pupils, emphatic head nods, and in rare cases, clenched fists.
    Ex. When a library user comes to the reference desk in frustration and desperation -- perhaps in a rage or in tears, it is often an unforgettable (and sometimes unpleasant) opportunity to test one's problem-solving abilities and diplomatic talents.
    Ex. 'Look!' he growled angrily.
    Ex. 'Justine refuses to work in your department, Muriel, if it involves overtime,' she said crossly.
    Ex. Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex. The article is entitled ' Pissed Off: The Ethnography of a Heavy Metal Musician'.
    Ex. The presence of this irony in ill-humored short articles from various journalistic sources is described.
    Ex. He was drumming on his desk with exasperated fingers, his mouth quirked at the corners, as if saying: 'Wriggle out of that!'.
    Ex. These are just superfluous rantings of miffed children.
    Ex. If either spouse on rare occasions out of frustration or anger slams a door or speaks angry words is it fair to label he or she as an abuser?.
    Ex. Life is too short to be in a grouch all the time.
    ----
    * enojado al máximo = mad as hell.
    * estar enojado = get + Posesivo + knickers in a twist, get + Posesivo + knickers in a bundle, get + Posesivo + panties in a bundle.
    * irse enojado dando zapatazos = stomp away.
    * salir enojado dando zapatazos = stomp out of.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo (esp AmL) angry, mad (esp AmE colloq); ( en menor grado) annoyed, cross (BrE colloq)

    esta enojado contigo — he`s angry/annoyed with you

    * * *
    = annoyed, irate, upset, angry [angrier -comp., angriest -sup.], in a rage, angrily, crossly, irritated, pissed off, ill-humoured [ill-humored, -USA], exasperated, miffed, out of anger, in a grouch.

    Ex: Your exaggerated coughs and annoyed looks and the oh so dramatic flailing about of your hands and arms when he lights up drive him up a wall.

    Ex: First, Sholom Aleichem I recently spent something like twenty minutes talking over the telephone with a suitably irate and properly frustrated borrower.
    Ex: He had never seen the children's librarian so upset.
    Ex: The irate patron stance is characterised by very erect posture, an angry facial expression, sustained eye contact, dilated pupils, emphatic head nods, and in rare cases, clenched fists.
    Ex: When a library user comes to the reference desk in frustration and desperation -- perhaps in a rage or in tears, it is often an unforgettable (and sometimes unpleasant) opportunity to test one's problem-solving abilities and diplomatic talents.
    Ex: 'Look!' he growled angrily.
    Ex: 'Justine refuses to work in your department, Muriel, if it involves overtime,' she said crossly.
    Ex: Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex: The article is entitled ' Pissed Off: The Ethnography of a Heavy Metal Musician'.
    Ex: The presence of this irony in ill-humored short articles from various journalistic sources is described.
    Ex: He was drumming on his desk with exasperated fingers, his mouth quirked at the corners, as if saying: 'Wriggle out of that!'.
    Ex: These are just superfluous rantings of miffed children.
    Ex: If either spouse on rare occasions out of frustration or anger slams a door or speaks angry words is it fair to label he or she as an abuser?.
    Ex: Life is too short to be in a grouch all the time.
    * enojado al máximo = mad as hell.
    * estar enojado = get + Posesivo + knickers in a twist, get + Posesivo + knickers in a bundle, get + Posesivo + panties in a bundle.
    * irse enojado dando zapatazos = stomp away.
    * salir enojado dando zapatazos = stomp out of.

    * * *
    enojado -da
    ( esp AmL) angry, mad ( colloq); (en menor grado) annoyed, cross ( BrE colloq)
    —de ninguna manera —contestó enojado certainly not! he replied angrily
    están enojados y no se hablan they've fallen out o they've had an argument and they aren't speaking to each other
    estar enojado CON algn to be angry/annoyed WITH sb
    * * *

    Del verbo enojar: ( conjugate enojar)

    enojado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    enojado    
    enojar
    enojado
    ◊ -da adjetivo (esp AmL) angry, mad (esp AmE colloq);


    ( en menor grado) annoyed, cross (BrE colloq);
    está enojado contigo he`s angry/annoyed with you;

    están enojados they've fallen out
    enojar ( conjugate enojar) verbo transitivo (esp AmL) to make … angry;

    ( en menor grado) to annoy
    enojarse verbo pronominal (esp AmL) to get angry, get mad (esp AmE colloq);
    ( en menor grado) to get annoyed, get cross (BrE colloq);
    enojadose con algn to get angry/annoyed with sb
    enojado,-a adjetivo angry
    enojar verbo transitivo to anger, annoy
    ' enojado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    enojada
    - picada
    - picado
    - arisco
    - arrecho
    - bravo
    - contrariado
    - encarado
    English:
    stamp
    - angry
    - annoyed
    - cross
    - vexed
    * * *
    enojado, -a adj
    esp Am [irritado] angry; [molesto] annoyed;
    estar enojado con alguien to be angry/annoyed with sb;
    está enojada con sus padres she's angry/annoyed with her parents;
    estoy muy enojado contigo I'm very angry/annoyed with you;
    estar enojado por algo to be angry/annoyed about sth;
    están enojados desde hace años they've been on bad terms with one another for years
    * * *
    adj L.Am.
    angry
    * * *
    enojado, -da adj
    1) : annoyed
    2) : angry, mad
    * * *
    enojado adj annoyed

    Spanish-English dictionary > enojado

  • 12 esperar1

    1 = await, wait, wait for, hang on, be in store, tarry.
    Ex. Comment published so far is favourable, but the code still awaits widespread adoption.
    Ex. Otherwise documents will have to wait in cataloguing departments until the record does become available.
    Ex. Please accept this from the person who was probably the biggest sceptic in the State of Ohio at the beginning -- if we had waited for this from the start, I think we never would have started.
    Ex. ' Hang on a sec, okay?' the senior assistant librarian in charge of serials said as she put the phone down.
    Ex. A worse fate is in store for those whose integrated library sustem vendor goes out of business or is bought by another vendor.
    Ex. And arming himself with patience and piety he tarried awhile until the hubbub was stilled.
    ----
    * de aquí te espero = tremendous, humongous [humungous], massive, enormous, gianormous.
    * esperamos su repuesta = look forward to + hearing from you.
    * esperar con impaciencia = kick + Posesivo + heels.
    * esperar el turno de Uno = wait + Posesivo + turn.
    * esperar en el futuro = be in store for + Nombre + in the future, future + have in store.
    * esperar entre bastidores = wait in + the wings, lurk in + the wings.
    * esperar impacientemente = kick + Posesivo + heels.
    * esperar sin nada que hacer = kick + Posesivo + heels.
    * esperar su momento = wait in + the wings, stand in + the wings, lurk in + the wings.
    * esperar su oportunidad = wait in + the wings, stand in + the wings, lurk in + the wings.
    * esperar una sorpresa desagradable = rude awakening + be in store, be in for a rude awakening.
    * hacer esperar = cool + Posesivo + heels.
    * hacer + Pronombre + esperar = keep + Pronombre + waiting.
    * lo que espera a = what is on store for.
    * lo que nos espera = things to come.
    * protesta + no hacerse esperar = cry + ring out.
    * ser lo que nos espera = be the shape of things to come.

    Spanish-English dictionary > esperar1

  • 13 esplendoroso

    adj.
    splendid, resplendent.
    * * *
    1 (resplandeciente) brilliant, radiant, shining
    2 (grandioso) magnificent, lavish
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=magnífico) magnificent
    2) (=resplandeciente) brilliant, radiant
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo <boda/fiesta> magnificent, grand; < día> splendid, magnificent; <luz/sol> magnificent
    * * *
    Ex. In the article 'Love is a many splendoured thing' a selection of 13 writers of romance, both new and veteran, all on the rise in their field, discuss their craft and the challenges of today's market.
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo <boda/fiesta> magnificent, grand; < día> splendid, magnificent; <luz/sol> magnificent
    * * *

    Ex: In the article 'Love is a many splendoured thing' a selection of 13 writers of romance, both new and veteran, all on the rise in their field, discuss their craft and the challenges of today's market.

    * * *
    1 ‹boda/fiesta› magnificent, grand, splendorous ( liter)
    2 ‹día› splendid, magnificent; ‹luz/sol› magnificent
    * * *

    esplendoroso,-a adjetivo splendid, magnificent: nos espera un futuro esplendoroso, a splendid future awaits us
    ' esplendoroso' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    esplendorosa
    * * *
    esplendoroso, -a adj
    magnificent
    * * *
    adj splendid, magnificent
    * * *
    esplendoroso, -sa adj
    magnífico: magnificent, grand

    Spanish-English dictionary > esplendoroso

  • 14 extendido

    adj.
    1 extended, outstretched, spread-eagled, stretched out.
    2 widespread, outspread.
    m.
    extension.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: extender.
    * * *
    1→ link=extender extender
    1 (difundido) widespread
    2 (mano etc) outstretched
    * * *
    (f. - extendida)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=desplegado) [mantel, mapa] spread out, outspread; [alas, brazos] stretched out, outstretched

    con los brazos extendidos — with his arms stretched out, with outstretched arms

    2) (=propagado) widespread

    está muy extendido el uso de esa palabra — that word is very widely used, the use of that word is very widespread

    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    1) <costumbre/error> widespread
    2) <brazos/alas> outstretched
    * * *
    = pervasive, outstretched, epidemic, widespread.
    Ex. The unease is pervasive, not an occasional outcropping of discontent.
    Ex. The 'law of the outstretched arm', by which is understood the rule that information which is further away than can be physically reached has a major impact on information use patterns.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) and the epidemic growth of its literature' = El artículo se titula "El síndrome de inmunodeficiencia adquirida (SIDA) y el crecimiento exponencial de su literatura".
    Ex. Comment published so far is favourable, but the code still awaits widespread adoption.
    ----
    * muy extendido = commonly-held, widely held.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    1) <costumbre/error> widespread
    2) <brazos/alas> outstretched
    * * *
    = pervasive, outstretched, epidemic, widespread.

    Ex: The unease is pervasive, not an occasional outcropping of discontent.

    Ex: The 'law of the outstretched arm', by which is understood the rule that information which is further away than can be physically reached has a major impact on information use patterns.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) and the epidemic growth of its literature' = El artículo se titula "El síndrome de inmunodeficiencia adquirida (SIDA) y el crecimiento exponencial de su literatura".
    Ex: Comment published so far is favourable, but the code still awaits widespread adoption.
    * muy extendido = commonly-held, widely held.

    * * *
    A ‹costumbre/error› widespread; ‹epidemia/enfermedad› widespread
    una palabra de uso muy extendido a very widely used word
    el uso de la droga está muy extendido entre los jóvenes the use of drugs is very widespread among young people
    tiene el cáncer ya muy extendido the cancer has already spread throughout his body
    B ‹brazos/alas› outstretched
    realizar el ejercicio con las piernas extendidas do the exercise with your legs stretched out
    * * *

    Del verbo extender: ( conjugate extender)

    extendido es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    extender    
    extendido
    extender ( conjugate extender) verbo transitivo
    1periódico/mapa› to open … up o out;
    mantel/toallato spread … out
    2 brazos to stretch out;
    alas to spread;

    3pintura/mantequilla to spread
    4 ( ampliar) ‹poderes/plazo/permiso to extend
    5 (frml) ‹factura/cheque/escritura to issue;
    receta to make out, write
    extenderse verbo pronominal
    1 ( en el espacio)
    a) [fuego/epidemia/noticia] to spread

    b) [territorio/propiedad] to stretch;


    c) [influencia/autoridad] to extend;

    extendidose a algo to extend to sth
    2 ( en el tiempo)
    a) [época/debate] to last

    b) [ persona]:


    ¿quisiera extendidose sobre ese punto? would you like to expand on that point?
    extendido
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    a)costumbre/error widespread

    b)brazos/alas outstretched

    extender verbo transitivo
    1 to extend
    (un territorio) to enlarge
    2 (desplegar, estirar) to spread (out), open (out)
    (una mano, las piernas, etc) to stretch (out)
    3 (untar) to spread
    4 (expedir) (un cheque) to make out
    (un documento) to draw up
    (un certificado) to issue
    extendido,-a adjetivo
    1 (desplegado) spread out, open: el mapa estaba extendido sobre la mesa, the map was spread out on the table
    (alas, brazos) outstretched: me recibió con los brazos extendidos, he greeted me with outstretched arms
    2 (hábito, uso, rumor) widespread: el rumor está bien extendido, the rumour is very widespread
    ' extendido' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    extendida
    - cuyo
    - plato
    - tener
    English:
    extended
    - outstretched
    - prevalent
    - widespread
    - extensively
    - out
    - rife
    - wide
    * * *
    extendido, -a adj
    1. [esparcido] spread out;
    tiene el cáncer muy extendido his cancer has spread very extensively
    2. [abierto] outstretched, open;
    con las piernas extendidas with legs outstretched
    3. [diseminado] widespread, prevalent;
    es un prejuicio muy extendido it is a very widespread prejudice;
    el correo electrónico está muy extendido en las empresas electronic mail is very widely used in business
    * * *
    I partextender
    II adj
    1 costumbre widespread
    2 brazos outstretched; mapa spread out
    * * *
    extendido, -da adj
    1) : outstretched
    2) : widespread
    * * *
    1. (difundido) widespread
    2. (brazos) outstretched

    Spanish-English dictionary > extendido

  • 15 extenso

    adj.
    1 extensive, ample, lengthy, vast.
    2 extensive, ample.
    3 drawn-out, voluble, wordy, prolix.
    4 comprehensive.
    * * *
    1 (amplio) extensive, vast; (grande) large
    2 (largo) lengthy, long
    \
    por extenso at length, in detail
    * * *
    (f. - extensa)
    adj.
    2) vast
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=amplio) [superficie, objeto] extensive; [capítulo, documento] long, lengthy
    2) (=completo) [estudio, tratado] extensive; [conocimientos, vocabulario] extensive, wide
    3) (=detallado) full, detailed

    estuvo muy extenso en sus explicaciones — his explanations were very detailed, he gave full o detailed explanations

    en o por extenso — in full, at length

    * * *
    - sa adjetivo <territorio/zona> extensive, vast; <informe/análisis> lengthy, extensive; <vocabulario/conocimientos> extensive, wide
    * * *
    = vast [vaster -comp., vastest -sup.], comprehensive, full-blown, full-length, lengthy [lengthier -comp., lengthiest -sup.], long [longer -comp., longest -sup.], wide-sweeping, widespread, ample, widespan, extended, epidemic, pandemic, fully blown, large [larger -comp., largest -sup.].
    Ex. If you add to this other access points, such as collections housed in old people's homes or day centres, prisons, hospitals, youth clubs, playgroups etc the coverage is vast.
    Ex. One of the factors to consider in the selection of a data base is whether the data base is comprehensive or not.
    Ex. Reference transactions can range from the ready-reference, or short-answer question, to the full-blown research inquiry to establish methodology.
    Ex. Plays and music performances put on by staff and children require less arduous preparation than a full-length public performance.
    Ex. Informative abstract tend to be relatively lengthy.
    Ex. Uneven allocation will lead to some subjects having relatively short notation at the expense of others with relatively long notation.
    Ex. Surely these innovations already have and will continue to bring deep and wide-sweeping change to our profession - and because of their rapidity, these changes will be sudden and often tumultuous.
    Ex. Comment published so far is favourable, but the code still awaits widespread adoption.
    Ex. The broad tree-lined streets with large Victorian homes surrounded by ample greenery on what were once the outskirts of town -- the gracious and expansive habitations of the wealthy mill and factory owners -- gradually yield to a miscellany of recent bungalows, modest cottages, and modern apartment buildings.
    Ex. With no other type of structure is it possible to obtain clear, widespan coverage of almost unlimited areas, translucency to permit uniform daylight, and transportability or relocatability.
    Ex. The brief abstracts and extended abstracts of papers, not published in full in the proceedings, are excluded.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) and the epidemic growth of its literature' = El artículo se titula "El síndrome de inmunodeficiencia adquirida (SIDA) y el crecimiento exponencial de su literatura".
    Ex. Test score data were broken down to show that the decline is pandemic throughout the culture & not limited to sex, race, or class variables.
    Ex. This time it's a hairline fracture rather than a fully blown break of a metatarsal, however the result is the same.
    Ex. Serial searching for a string of characters is usually performed on a small subset of a large file.
    ----
    * bastante extenso = longish.
    * en extenso = at length, in full.
    * lo bastante extenso = adequately scoped.
    * lo extenso = comprehensiveness.
    * por extenso = at length.
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo <territorio/zona> extensive, vast; <informe/análisis> lengthy, extensive; <vocabulario/conocimientos> extensive, wide
    * * *
    = vast [vaster -comp., vastest -sup.], comprehensive, full-blown, full-length, lengthy [lengthier -comp., lengthiest -sup.], long [longer -comp., longest -sup.], wide-sweeping, widespread, ample, widespan, extended, epidemic, pandemic, fully blown, large [larger -comp., largest -sup.].

    Ex: If you add to this other access points, such as collections housed in old people's homes or day centres, prisons, hospitals, youth clubs, playgroups etc the coverage is vast.

    Ex: One of the factors to consider in the selection of a data base is whether the data base is comprehensive or not.
    Ex: Reference transactions can range from the ready-reference, or short-answer question, to the full-blown research inquiry to establish methodology.
    Ex: Plays and music performances put on by staff and children require less arduous preparation than a full-length public performance.
    Ex: Informative abstract tend to be relatively lengthy.
    Ex: Uneven allocation will lead to some subjects having relatively short notation at the expense of others with relatively long notation.
    Ex: Surely these innovations already have and will continue to bring deep and wide-sweeping change to our profession - and because of their rapidity, these changes will be sudden and often tumultuous.
    Ex: Comment published so far is favourable, but the code still awaits widespread adoption.
    Ex: The broad tree-lined streets with large Victorian homes surrounded by ample greenery on what were once the outskirts of town -- the gracious and expansive habitations of the wealthy mill and factory owners -- gradually yield to a miscellany of recent bungalows, modest cottages, and modern apartment buildings.
    Ex: With no other type of structure is it possible to obtain clear, widespan coverage of almost unlimited areas, translucency to permit uniform daylight, and transportability or relocatability.
    Ex: The brief abstracts and extended abstracts of papers, not published in full in the proceedings, are excluded.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) and the epidemic growth of its literature' = El artículo se titula "El síndrome de inmunodeficiencia adquirida (SIDA) y el crecimiento exponencial de su literatura".
    Ex: Test score data were broken down to show that the decline is pandemic throughout the culture & not limited to sex, race, or class variables.
    Ex: This time it's a hairline fracture rather than a fully blown break of a metatarsal, however the result is the same.
    Ex: Serial searching for a string of characters is usually performed on a small subset of a large file.
    * bastante extenso = longish.
    * en extenso = at length, in full.
    * lo bastante extenso = adequately scoped.
    * lo extenso = comprehensiveness.
    * por extenso = at length.

    * * *
    extenso -sa
    1 ‹territorio/zona› extensive, vast
    2 ‹informe/análisis› long, lengthy, full, extensive
    3 ‹vocabulario/conocimientos› extensive, wide
    * * *

     

    extenso
    ◊ -sa adjetivo

    extensive
    extenso,-a adjetivo (en superficie, variedad) extensive, vast: delante de nosotros estaba la extensa sabana, the vast grassland lay in front of us
    (en tiempo, desarrollo) long: la quinta etapa del Tour es la más extensa, the fifth stage of the Tour is the longest

    ' extenso' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    extensa
    - prolijo
    English:
    ample
    - broad
    - comprehensive
    - extensive
    - large
    - protracted
    - wide
    - widespread
    - spacious
    - vast
    * * *
    extenso, -a adj
    1. [terreno, solar] large, extensive;
    [país, región, desierto] vast
    2. [duración, periodo, libro, película] long;
    [informe, discurso] long, lengthy
    3. [conocimientos, vocabulario] extensive
    * * *
    adj
    1 extensive, vast; informe lengthy, long
    2
    :
    por extenso in full
    * * *
    extenso, -sa adj
    1) : extensive, detailed
    2) : spacious, vast
    * * *
    extenso adj
    1. (grande) extensive
    2. (largo) long

    Spanish-English dictionary > extenso

  • 16 favorable

    adj.
    favorable (beneficioso).
    * * *
    1 favourable (US favorable) (condiciones) suitable
    \
    mostrarse favorable a algo to be in favour (US favor) of something
    * * *
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ favourable, favorable (EEUU)
    * * *
    adjetivo <resultado/opinión> favorable*; < pronóstico> good, favorable*

    favorable a algo: un clima favorable a la negociación a favorable climate for negotiation; favorable a + inf in favor of -ing; se muestra favorable a negociar — he is in favor of negotiating

    * * *
    = favourable [favorable, -USA], promising, sympathetic, propitious, nurturing.
    Ex. Comment published so far is favourable, but the code still awaits widespread adoption.
    Ex. Unfruitful lines of enquiry are dropped and new and more promising search terms are introduced as the search progresses.
    Ex. Some type of sympathetic arrangement is not only important for the location of specific documents, but assists users in browsing.
    Ex. She suggests that the times are not propitious for measures that would sanction the removal of public documents from public control.
    Ex. All managers should be knowledgeable in strategies of good directing so that a productive and nurturing environment can be created.
    ----
    * crítica muy favorable = rave review.
    * favorable para = conducive (to).
    * lo favorable = propitiousness.
    * poco favorable = unpromising.
    * recibir críticas muy favorables = receive + rave reviews.
    * resultado favorable = favourable outcome.
    * ser favorable = be a plus.
    * * *
    adjetivo <resultado/opinión> favorable*; < pronóstico> good, favorable*

    favorable a algo: un clima favorable a la negociación a favorable climate for negotiation; favorable a + inf in favor of -ing; se muestra favorable a negociar — he is in favor of negotiating

    * * *
    = favourable [favorable, -USA], promising, sympathetic, propitious, nurturing.

    Ex: Comment published so far is favourable, but the code still awaits widespread adoption.

    Ex: Unfruitful lines of enquiry are dropped and new and more promising search terms are introduced as the search progresses.
    Ex: Some type of sympathetic arrangement is not only important for the location of specific documents, but assists users in browsing.
    Ex: She suggests that the times are not propitious for measures that would sanction the removal of public documents from public control.
    Ex: All managers should be knowledgeable in strategies of good directing so that a productive and nurturing environment can be created.
    * crítica muy favorable = rave review.
    * favorable para = conducive (to).
    * lo favorable = propitiousness.
    * poco favorable = unpromising.
    * recibir críticas muy favorables = receive + rave reviews.
    * resultado favorable = favourable outcome.
    * ser favorable = be a plus.

    * * *
    ‹resultado/opinión› favorable*; ‹pronóstico› good, favorable*
    las circunstancias no nos fueron favorables circumstances were not in our favor
    favorable A algo/algn:
    un clima favorable a la negociación a favorable climate for negotiation
    favorable A + INF in favor of -ING
    se muestra favorable a negociar un acuerdo he is in favor of negotiating a settlement
    * * *

    favorable adjetivo
    favorable( conjugate favorable)
    favorable adjetivo
    1 (beneficioso) favourable, US favorable: recibió críticas muy favorables, he met with some favourable criticism
    2 (que apoya) in favour: se muestran favorables a nuestra propuesta, they seem to be in favour of our proposal
    ' favorable' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    benéfica
    - benéfico
    - ocasión
    - bueno
    - propicio
    - ventajoso
    - vuelco
    English:
    auspicious
    - benign
    - favourable
    - impression
    - pro-choice
    - rave
    - unilateralism
    - bill
    - favorable
    - opening
    - spin
    - sympathetic
    * * *
    1. [beneficioso] favourable;
    tiempo favorable good weather;
    el sondeo le es favorable the poll puts him ahead
    2. [partidario]
    ser favorable a algo to be in favour of sth;
    es favorable a intervenir she's in favour of intervening
    * * *
    adj favorable, Br
    favourable
    * * *
    : favorable
    * * *
    favorable adj favourable

    Spanish-English dictionary > favorable

  • 17 general2

    2 = all-embracing, broad [broader -comp., broadest -sup.], comprehensive, general, large [larger -comp., largest -sup.], sweeping, ubiquitous, umbrella, widespread, pervasive, blanket, all-encompassing, broadly based, wide-ranging [wide ranging], overriding, broad-based [broad based], wide-scale, overarching, received, epidemic, pandemic, wide-angle(d), generalised [generalized, -USA], embracing, encompassing.
    Ex. Some databases are very all-embracing in their coverage and attempt to provide comprehensive coverage of entire disciplines.
    Ex. This broader consideration of descriptive cataloguing problems serves to set a context for the consideration of cataloguing problems associated with nonbook materials.
    Ex. One of the factors to consider in the selection of a data base is whether the data base is comprehensive or not.
    Ex. Nevertheless, the fact that these general lists cannot serve for every application has triggered a search for more consistent approaches.
    Ex. Serial searching for a string of characters is usually performed on a small subset of a large file.
    Ex. Such a statement of objectives may appear narrowly defined in its practices and yet, at the same time, rather sweeping in its assumptions.
    Ex. Worldwide, however, the printed book is still the most ubiquitous source of record = Sin embargo, el libro impreso es aún en todo el mundo la fuente de información escrita más común.
    Ex. This article describes how an ' umbrella licence' was obtained covering a group of libraries within the region.
    Ex. Comment published so far is favourable, but the code still awaits widespread adoption.
    Ex. The unease is pervasive, not an occasional outcropping of discontent.
    Ex. Likert in no way attempts to make a blanket prescription for employee-centered supervisory styles.
    Ex. In publishing itself there is little use made of the all-encompassing schemes such as Dewey or the Library of Congress.
    Ex. Library schools are offering broadly based courses with increasing emphasis on technology and information systems, but practising librarians still need the traditional skills.
    Ex. The contents of this handbook are comprehensive and wide-ranging.
    Ex. Consequently, the overriding demand made by the academic community is bibliographical in nature.
    Ex. However, the organisation is well on its way to becoming a broad-based provider of databases and end-user oriented information services in all areas of engineering.
    Ex. Without the stimuli of cooperative agencies, many programmes such as wide-scale interlibrary loan would not have developed so rapidly.
    Ex. There appears to be an unhealthy tendency among information technology professionals to elevate any single, highly successful practical experience instantly into an overarching paradigm for managerial success.
    Ex. It was interesting, in view of the received opinion that 'We don't have many problems round here'.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) and the epidemic growth of its literature' = El artículo se titula "El síndrome de inmunodeficiencia adquirida (SIDA) y el crecimiento exponencial de su literatura".
    Ex. Test score data were broken down to show that the decline is pandemic throughout the culture & not limited to sex, race, or class variables.
    Ex. Except for the principal no one besides the librarian has such a wide-angle view of the school's instructional programme.
    Ex. Although it is coy about admitting the fact it is only mentioned twice in the whole of the thirty pages of publicity material it is in effect a generalized and modernized Thesaurofacet: a facetted classification with a thesaurus structure forming an integral part.
    Ex. What is needed is an embracing approach to guarantee freedom for Palestine and legitimacy for Israel.
    Ex. By drawing Russia into an encompassing coalition with Europe and other powers, the risk of conflict will be diminished.
    ----
    * abogado general = advocate-general.
    * Acuerdo General sobre Aranceles y Comercio (GATT) = General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT).
    * anestesia general = general anaesthesia.
    * asamblea general = general assembly.
    * biblioteca general = general library.
    * como norma general = as a general rule of thumb, as a rough guide.
    * consenso general = general consensus.
    * creencia general = conventional wisdom.
    * criterio general = rule of thumb.
    * dar una idea general = paint + a broad picture.
    * de aplicación general = general-purpose, of general application.
    * de forma general = bulk.
    * de interés general = of general interest.
    * de lo general a lo particular = from the general to the particular.
    * de lo particular a lo general = from the particular to the general.
    * de propósito general = general-purpose.
    * describir en líneas generales = outline.
    * desde un punto de vista general = in a broad sense.
    * desde un punto de vista más general = in a broader sense.
    * designación general de la clase de documento = general material designation.
    * de tipo general = broad scoped.
    * de un modo muy general = crudely.
    * de utilidad general = all-purpose.
    * director general = senior director.
    * elección general = general election.
    * encabezamiento demasiado general = much-too-broad heading.
    * encabezamiento informativo general = general explanatory heading.
    * en el sentido más general = in the broadest sense.
    * en general = at large, by and large, for the most part, generally, in general, in the main, on balance, on the whole, overall, broadly, as a whole, generally speaking.
    * en líneas generales = broadly speaking, generally, on the whole, in basic outline, roughly speaking, as a rough guide.
    * ensayo general = dress rehearsal.
    * en su sentido más general = in its/their broadest sense.
    * en términos generales = in broad terms, generally speaking.
    * en un sentido general = in a broad sense.
    * en un sentido más general = in a broader sense.
    * esquema general = outline.
    * gobernador general = Governor General.
    * hablando en términos generales = loosely speaking.
    * idea general = rough idea.
    * índice general = general index.
    * informe sobre el estado general de las carreteras = road report.
    * instrucción general = blanket instruction.
    * interés general = public interest.
    * la comunidad en general = the community at large.
    * la sociedad en general = society at large.
    * materia más general = broader subject.
    * norma general = rule of thumb.
    * Norma General Internacional para la Descripción de Archivvos (ISAD-G) = General International Standard Archival Description (ISAD(G)).
    * opinión general = consensus of opinion, conventional wisdom.
    * opinión general, la = received wisdom, the.
    * parálisis general = general paresis.
    * población en general, la = general population, the.
    * por lo general = on the whole, all in all, in general, generally, generally speaking, in the normal run of events, in the normal run of things.
    * público en general = broader audience, broad audience, broad public, broader public.
    * público en general, el = general public, the.
    * Secretaría General = Secretariat.
    * ser de uso general = be generally available.
    * sistema de clasificación general = general scheme.
    * Sistema General de Ordenación (SGO) = Broad System of Ordering (BSO).
    * una guía general = a rough guide.
    * una idea general = a rough guide.

    Spanish-English dictionary > general2

  • 18 generalizado

    adj.
    generalized, endemic.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: generalizar.
    * * *
    1→ link=generalizar generalizar
    1 widespread, common
    * * *
    (f. - generalizada)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ [crisis, creencia, guerra] widespread

    existe la creencia generalizada de que... — it is commonly o widely believed that..., there is a widely held belief that...

    * * *
    - da adjetivo < opinión> widespread
    * * *
    = generalised [generalized, -USA], all-pervasive [all pervasive], wide-scale, widespread, all-embracing, embracing, all-encompassing, encompassing.
    Ex. Although it is coy about admitting the fact it is only mentioned twice in the whole of the thirty pages of publicity material it is in effect a generalized and modernized Thesaurofacet: a facetted classification with a thesaurus structure forming an integral part.
    Ex. Countries should adopt strategies to prepare themselves for the all-pervasive influence of IT in people's lives in the 21st century.
    Ex. Without the stimuli of cooperative agencies, many programmes such as wide-scale interlibrary loan would not have developed so rapidly.
    Ex. Comment published so far is favourable, but the code still awaits widespread adoption.
    Ex. Some databases are very all-embracing in their coverage and attempt to provide comprehensive coverage of entire disciplines.
    Ex. What is needed is an embracing approach to guarantee freedom for Palestine and legitimacy for Israel.
    Ex. In publishing itself there is little use made of the all-encompassing schemes such as Dewey or the Library of Congress.
    Ex. By drawing Russia into an encompassing coalition with Europe and other powers, the risk of conflict will be diminished.
    ----
    * formato generalizado para la codificación de documentos web = generalised markup format.
    * muy generalizado = commonly-held, widely held.
    * protesta generalizada = public outcry.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo < opinión> widespread
    * * *
    = generalised [generalized, -USA], all-pervasive [all pervasive], wide-scale, widespread, all-embracing, embracing, all-encompassing, encompassing.

    Ex: Although it is coy about admitting the fact it is only mentioned twice in the whole of the thirty pages of publicity material it is in effect a generalized and modernized Thesaurofacet: a facetted classification with a thesaurus structure forming an integral part.

    Ex: Countries should adopt strategies to prepare themselves for the all-pervasive influence of IT in people's lives in the 21st century.
    Ex: Without the stimuli of cooperative agencies, many programmes such as wide-scale interlibrary loan would not have developed so rapidly.
    Ex: Comment published so far is favourable, but the code still awaits widespread adoption.
    Ex: Some databases are very all-embracing in their coverage and attempt to provide comprehensive coverage of entire disciplines.
    Ex: What is needed is an embracing approach to guarantee freedom for Palestine and legitimacy for Israel.
    Ex: In publishing itself there is little use made of the all-encompassing schemes such as Dewey or the Library of Congress.
    Ex: By drawing Russia into an encompassing coalition with Europe and other powers, the risk of conflict will be diminished.
    * formato generalizado para la codificación de documentos web = generalised markup format.
    * muy generalizado = commonly-held, widely held.
    * protesta generalizada = public outcry.

    * * *
    widespread
    una opinión generalizada entre la gente joven an opinion widely held among young people, a widespread opinion among young people
    * * *

    Del verbo generalizar: ( conjugate generalizar)

    generalizado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    generalizado    
    generalizar
    generalizado
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    widespread
    generalizar ( conjugate generalizar) verbo intransitivo
    to generalize, make generalizations
    generalizarse verbo pronominal
    to spread
    generalizar verbo transitivo
    1 to generalize: no todos son así, no se puede generalizar, not all of them are like that, you can't generalize
    2 (extender, propagar) to spread

    ' generalizado' also found in these entries:
    English:
    full-scale
    - massive
    - widespread
    - general
    - mass
    - popular
    * * *
    generalizado, -a adj
    widespread
    * * *
    generalizado, -da adj
    : generalized, widespread
    * * *
    generalizado adj widespread

    Spanish-English dictionary > generalizado

  • 19 hacer ver claramente

    (v.) = hammer + home + message, show + clearly
    Ex. Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex. The results show clearly that occupational prestige does not depend upon salary or money factors (teaching being ranked second only to medical doctor).
    * * *
    (v.) = hammer + home + message, show + clearly

    Ex: Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.

    Ex: The results show clearly that occupational prestige does not depend upon salary or money factors (teaching being ranked second only to medical doctor).

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacer ver claramente

  • 20 insinuar

    v.
    to hint at, to insinuate.
    ¿qué insinúas? what are you suggesting?
    * * *
    Conjugation model [ ACTUAR], like link=actuar actuar
    1 to insinuate, hint
    ¿qué insinuas? what are you insinuating?
    1 (amorosamente) to a pass (a, at)
    * * *
    verb
    to hint, insinuate
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) (=sugerir) to insinuate, hint at

    insinuar que... — to insinuate o imply that...

    2)
    3)
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo to insinuate, hint at
    2.
    insinuarse v pron
    1) barba to begin to show; problema/síntoma to become apparent
    2)

    insinuársele a alguien — to make advances to somebody, to make a pass at somebody

    * * *
    = suggest, hint, imply, insinuate, drop + a hint, intimate.
    Ex. In effect, we'd be suggesting to them we don't have the book.
    Ex. Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex. Omission does not imply that those areas are not important.
    Ex. Novels are modes of prediction that insinuate visions of human relations not to be found in official rules or precepts or admonitions.
    Ex. Presidents who manage by dropping hints sometimes devise little tests to see if their executives can read their minds.
    Ex. Tiff smiled a little superciliously intimating that he had a plan all figured out already.
    ----
    * insinuarse = throw + hints.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo to insinuate, hint at
    2.
    insinuarse v pron
    1) barba to begin to show; problema/síntoma to become apparent
    2)

    insinuársele a alguien — to make advances to somebody, to make a pass at somebody

    * * *
    = suggest, hint, imply, insinuate, drop + a hint, intimate.

    Ex: In effect, we'd be suggesting to them we don't have the book.

    Ex: Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex: Omission does not imply that those areas are not important.
    Ex: Novels are modes of prediction that insinuate visions of human relations not to be found in official rules or precepts or admonitions.
    Ex: Presidents who manage by dropping hints sometimes devise little tests to see if their executives can read their minds.
    Ex: Tiff smiled a little superciliously intimating that he had a plan all figured out already.
    * insinuarse = throw + hints.

    * * *
    vt
    to imply, hint at; (algo ofensivo) to insinuate
    insinuó que le había mentido she insinuated that I had lied to her
    ¿qué estás insinuando? what are you insinuating o suggesting o implying?
    no lo dijo claramente pero lo insinuó he didn't say it straight out but he hinted at it
    A «barba» to begin to show; «problema/síntoma» to become apparent
    apenas si se insinuó una sonrisa en su rostro there was the merest suggestion of a smile on her face
    B
    insinuársele a algn to make advances to sb, to make a pass at sb
    * * *

    insinuar ( conjugate insinuar) verbo transitivo
    to imply, hint at;
    ( algo ofensivo) to insinuate
    insinuarse verbo pronominal:

    insinuar verbo transitivo to insinuate

    ' insinuar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    bosquejar
    English:
    get at
    - hint
    - imply
    - insinuate
    - suggest
    * * *
    vt
    to hint at, to insinuate;
    ¿qué insinúas? what are you suggesting o insinuating?;
    insinuó que había sido culpa mía she implied it had been my fault
    * * *
    v/t insinuate
    * * *
    insinuar {3} vt
    : to insinuate, to hint at
    * * *
    1. (en general) to hint
    2. (algo desagradable) to insinuate
    ¿qué insinúas? what are you insinuating?

    Spanish-English dictionary > insinuar

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