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before n

  • 1 antes (de) que

    Spanish-English dictionary > antes (de) que

  • 2 antes (de) que

    Spanish-English dictionary > antes (de) que

  • 3 ante mí

    • before me

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > ante mí

  • 4 ante + Posesivo + propios ojos

    = before + Posesivo + (own two) eyes, before + Posesivo + very eyes
    Ex. Much of what lies before our eyes today like a tongue of fire -- animal pestilences and the poisoning of our foodstuffs -- was already announced many years ago.
    Ex. And when good people you've come to grow fond of are killed, often before your very eyes, it seems shocking and unfair.
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    = before + Posesivo + (own two) eyes, before + Posesivo + very eyes

    Ex: Much of what lies before our eyes today like a tongue of fire -- animal pestilences and the poisoning of our foodstuffs -- was already announced many years ago.

    Ex: And when good people you've come to grow fond of are killed, often before your very eyes, it seems shocking and unfair.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ante + Posesivo + propios ojos

  • 5 antes de darse cuenta

    = before + Pronombre + know what + happen, before + Pronombre + know it
    Ex. She took a shine to Sheldon, and before he knows what has happened, the misanthropic physicist finds himself with a girlfriend.
    Ex. And, before I knew it, she had shoved her whole head in my coffee cup and taken a big slurp of my coffee!.
    * * *
    = before + Pronombre + know what + happen, before + Pronombre + know it

    Ex: She took a shine to Sheldon, and before he knows what has happened, the misanthropic physicist finds himself with a girlfriend.

    Ex: And, before I knew it, she had shoved her whole head in my coffee cup and taken a big slurp of my coffee!.

    Spanish-English dictionary > antes de darse cuenta

  • 6 delante de + Posesivo + propios ojos

    = before + Posesivo + (own two) eyes, before + Posesivo + very eyes
    Ex. Much of what lies before our eyes today like a tongue of fire -- animal pestilences and the poisoning of our foodstuffs -- was already announced many years ago.
    Ex. And when good people you've come to grow fond of are killed, often before your very eyes, it seems shocking and unfair.
    * * *
    = before + Posesivo + (own two) eyes, before + Posesivo + very eyes

    Ex: Much of what lies before our eyes today like a tongue of fire -- animal pestilences and the poisoning of our foodstuffs -- was already announced many years ago.

    Ex: And when good people you've come to grow fond of are killed, often before your very eyes, it seems shocking and unfair.

    Spanish-English dictionary > delante de + Posesivo + propios ojos

  • 7 a + Posesivo + vista

    = before + Posesivo + (own two) eyes
    Ex. Much of what lies before our eyes today like a tongue of fire -- animal pestilences and the poisoning of our foodstuffs -- was already announced many years ago.
    * * *
    = before + Posesivo + (own two) eyes

    Ex: Much of what lies before our eyes today like a tongue of fire -- animal pestilences and the poisoning of our foodstuffs -- was already announced many years ago.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a + Posesivo + vista

  • 8 a corto plazo

    = before very long, short term [short-term], in the short run, short-range, at short notice, in the short term, short-run
    Ex. The moment we compromise among ourselves to adopt rules that are incompatible with ideology then I think we are merely providing the necessity before very long to have these changes brought about.
    Ex. Whether this is a short term phenomenon or not, remains to be seen.
    Ex. In the short run, the most likely prospect is for all current systems to continue with electronic formats merely adding to the richness of the human record.
    Ex. The astute leader will establish short- and long- range goals for the institution, develop specific objectives to accomplish those goals, and activities to meet the objectives.
    Ex. Each of the experts is available for telephone consultation at short notice.
    Ex. Controlled vocabulary is the best option in the short term.
    Ex. Findings indicate that the short-run success of methadone programs does not automatically translate into long-run abstinence.
    * * *
    = before very long, short term [short-term], in the short run, short-range, at short notice, in the short term, short-run

    Ex: The moment we compromise among ourselves to adopt rules that are incompatible with ideology then I think we are merely providing the necessity before very long to have these changes brought about.

    Ex: Whether this is a short term phenomenon or not, remains to be seen.
    Ex: In the short run, the most likely prospect is for all current systems to continue with electronic formats merely adding to the richness of the human record.
    Ex: The astute leader will establish short- and long- range goals for the institution, develop specific objectives to accomplish those goals, and activities to meet the objectives.
    Ex: Each of the experts is available for telephone consultation at short notice.
    Ex: Controlled vocabulary is the best option in the short term.
    Ex: Findings indicate that the short-run success of methadone programs does not automatically translate into long-run abstinence.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a corto plazo

  • 9 a ojos vista

    = before + Posesivo + (own two) eyes
    Ex. Much of what lies before our eyes today like a tongue of fire -- animal pestilences and the poisoning of our foodstuffs -- was already announced many years ago.
    * * *
    = before + Posesivo + (own two) eyes

    Ex: Much of what lies before our eyes today like a tongue of fire -- animal pestilences and the poisoning of our foodstuffs -- was already announced many years ago.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a ojos vista

  • 10 antes de + Infinitivo

    = before + Gerundio
    Ex. Before proceeding it may be wise to offer some definitions.
    * * *
    = before + Gerundio

    Ex: Before proceeding it may be wise to offer some definitions.

    Spanish-English dictionary > antes de + Infinitivo

  • 11 antes de acostarse

    Ex. Very young children settle easily to storytelling before bed but are less well disposed just after getting up in the morning.
    * * *

    Ex: Very young children settle easily to storytelling before bed but are less well disposed just after getting up in the morning.

    Spanish-English dictionary > antes de acostarse

  • 12 antes de ahora

    Ex. OSI offers immense potential for the creation of the global 'virtual library', a network in which libraries are extensively and transparently connected to offer their patrons a wealth and breadth of information that has been inconceivable before now.
    * * *

    Ex: OSI offers immense potential for the creation of the global 'virtual library', a network in which libraries are extensively and transparently connected to offer their patrons a wealth and breadth of information that has been inconceivable before now.

    Spanish-English dictionary > antes de ahora

  • 13 antes de todo

    = before anything else, first off
    Ex. But realizing this opportunity will, before anything else, require a huge investment in connectivity.
    Ex. First off, Pat said it wasn't her who complained.
    * * *
    = before anything else, first off

    Ex: But realizing this opportunity will, before anything else, require a huge investment in connectivity.

    Ex: First off, Pat said it wasn't her who complained.

    Spanish-English dictionary > antes de todo

  • 14 antes del amanecer

    Ex. The pattern of changes in embolisms indicated almost no embolisms before dawn, followed by a rapid rise to a peak in mid-morning, then a progressive loss of embolisms in late afternoon.
    * * *

    Ex: The pattern of changes in embolisms indicated almost no embolisms before dawn, followed by a rapid rise to a peak in mid-morning, then a progressive loss of embolisms in late afternoon.

    Spanish-English dictionary > antes del amanecer

  • 15 en muy poco tiempo

    Ex. News of boundless timber reserves spread, and before long lumberjacks from the thinning hardwood forests of New England swarmed into the uncharted area with no other possessions than their axes and brawn and the clothing they wore.
    * * *

    Ex: News of boundless timber reserves spread, and before long lumberjacks from the thinning hardwood forests of New England swarmed into the uncharted area with no other possessions than their axes and brawn and the clothing they wore.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en muy poco tiempo

  • 16 en poco tiempo

    = before very long, in quite a short time, in a short time, in a short span of time
    Ex. The moment we compromise among ourselves to adopt rules that are incompatible with ideology then I think we are merely providing the necessity before very long to have these changes brought about.
    Ex. The technology has matured sufficiently that it's now cheap and relatively easy to set up a fully featured repository in quite a short time.
    Ex. The aim is to support rapid development of machine translation functionalities in a short time with limited resources.
    Ex. Incredibly enough, this person was able to solve it in a short span of time.
    * * *
    = before very long, in quite a short time, in a short time, in a short span of time

    Ex: The moment we compromise among ourselves to adopt rules that are incompatible with ideology then I think we are merely providing the necessity before very long to have these changes brought about.

    Ex: The technology has matured sufficiently that it's now cheap and relatively easy to set up a fully featured repository in quite a short time.
    Ex: The aim is to support rapid development of machine translation functionalities in a short time with limited resources.
    Ex: Incredibly enough, this person was able to solve it in a short span of time.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en poco tiempo

  • 17 sin darme cuenta

    Ex. Then I came within this disagreeable person's atmosphere, and lo! before I know what's happened I'm involved in an unpleasant altercation.
    * * *

    Ex: Then I came within this disagreeable person's atmosphere, and lo! before I know what's happened I'm involved in an unpleasant altercation.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sin darme cuenta

  • 18 anteayer

    • before yesterday
    • day before yesterday
    • the day after tomorrow
    • the day before yesterday in the afternoon
    • two days ago

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > anteayer

  • 19 antes de mucho tiempo

    • before long
    • before too long
    • before very long

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > antes de mucho tiempo

  • 20 antes (de que)

    Ex. It will be a long time before all documents are available in machine-readable form.

    Spanish-English dictionary > antes (de que)

См. также в других словарях:

  • Before — Be*fore , prep. [OE. beforen, biforen, before, AS. beforan; pref. be + foran, fore, before. See {Be }, and {Fore}.] 1. In front of; preceding in space; ahead of; as, to stand before the fire; before the house. [1913 Webster] His angel, who shall… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Before — «Before» Сингл Pet Shop Boys из альбома Bilingual Выпущен 22 апреля, 1996 года Формат CD Записан 1995 Жанр Электро …   Википедия

  • before — [bē fôr′, bifôr′] adv. [ME biforen < OE beforan < be , BY + foran,FORE] 1. in advance; in front; ahead 2. in the past; previously [I ve heard that song before] 3. at an earlier time; sooner [come at ten, not before] prep …   English World dictionary

  • before — before, ahead, forward are comparable when they mean in advance, especially in place or in time. Before is more commonly used in reference to time than to place. Its most frequent implication is previousness or priority {I have heard that before} …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Before — Be*fore , adv. 1. On the fore part; in front, or in the direction of the front; opposed to {in the rear}. [1913 Webster] The battle was before and behind. 2 Chron. xiii. 14. [1913 Webster] 2. In advance. I come before to tell you. Shak. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • before — be·fore prep 1: in the presence of then personally appeared before me 2: to be judged or acted on by a case before the court a bill coming up before Congress Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 19 …   Law dictionary

  • Before Me — Studioalbum von Gladys Knight Veröffentlichung 2006 Label Verve …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • before — O.E. beforan before, in front of, in the presence of, in former times, from P.Gmc. *bi by + *forana from the front, adverbial derivative of *fora (see FOR (Cf. for)). Cf. O.Fris. bifara, O.S. biforan, O.H.G. bifora, Ger. bevor. Contrasting …   Etymology dictionary

  • before — [adv] earlier afore, aforetime, ahead, ante, antecedently, anteriorly, back, before present, ere, fore, former, formerly, forward, gone, gone by, heretofore, in advance, in days of yore, in front, in old days, in the past, past, precendently,… …   New thesaurus

  • before — ► PREPOSITION , CONJUNCTION , & ADVERB 1) during the period of time preceding. 2) in front of. 3) in preference to; rather than. ORIGIN Old English, from BY(Cf. ↑by) + FORE(Cf. ↑fore) …   English terms dictionary

  • before — be|fore1 W1S1 [bıˈfo: US ˈfo:r] conj 1.) earlier than a particular event or action ≠ ↑after ▪ Say goodbye before you go. ▪ I saw her a few days before she died. see usage note ↑ago 2.) so that something does not or cannot happen ▪ Put that money… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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