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  • 21 extracto

    m.
    1 summary, résumé (resumen).
    extracto de cuenta bank statement
    2 extract (concentrado).
    extracto de carne meat extract
    3 abstract, brief, summary, abridged version.
    4 juice, broth, extract.
    5 concentrate.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: extractar.
    * * *
    1 (substancia) extract
    2 (trozo) extract, excerpt
    3 (resumen) summary
    \
    extracto de cuenta statement of account, bank statement
    * * *
    noun m.
    2) abstract, summary
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=resumen) summary, abstract

    extracto de cuentas — (Econ) (bank) statement

    2) (Farm, Culin) extract
    * * *
    1) ( resumen) summary, abstract
    2) ( esencia) extract
    * * *
    = excerpt, extract, snippet.
    Ex. Abstracts, excerpts, synopsis are kinds of reductions.
    Ex. An extract is one or more portions of a document selected to represent the whole document.
    Ex. Automation in libraries can only provide snippets of information, not knowledge.
    ----
    * extracto de coco = coconut extract.
    * extracto de cuentas = bank statement.
    * extracto de levadura = yeast extract.
    * extracto de limón = lemon extract.
    * extracto de menta = peppermint extract.
    * extracto de vainilla = vanilla extract.
    * extracto fiscal = tax statement, income tax statement.
    * extracto lípido = lipid extract.
    * extractos selectos = selected extracts.
    * extracto tributario = tax statement, income tax statement.
    * sacar extractos de = excerpt.
    * * *
    1) ( resumen) summary, abstract
    2) ( esencia) extract
    * * *
    = excerpt, extract, snippet.

    Ex: Abstracts, excerpts, synopsis are kinds of reductions.

    Ex: An extract is one or more portions of a document selected to represent the whole document.
    Ex: Automation in libraries can only provide snippets of information, not knowledge.
    * extracto de coco = coconut extract.
    * extracto de cuentas = bank statement.
    * extracto de levadura = yeast extract.
    * extracto de limón = lemon extract.
    * extracto de menta = peppermint extract.
    * extracto de vainilla = vanilla extract.
    * extracto fiscal = tax statement, income tax statement.
    * extracto lípido = lipid extract.
    * extractos selectos = selected extracts.
    * extracto tributario = tax statement, income tax statement.
    * sacar extractos de = excerpt.

    * * *
    A (resumen) summary, abstract
    el extracto de la lotería nacional the list of winning numbers in the national lottery
    Compuestos:
    (bank) statement, statement of account
    statement
    B
    1 (esencia) extract
    con extracto de aguacate with avocado extract
    extracto de rosas rose essence
    2 (perfume) perfume
    Compuestos:
    beef extract
    tomato paste, tomato purée
    yeast extract
    * * *

     

    Del verbo extractar: ( conjugate extractar)

    extracto es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    extractó es:

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

    extracto sustantivo masculino



    extracto sustantivo masculino
    1 extract
    extracto de café, coffee extract
    extracto de lavanda, lavender essence
    2 (resumen) summary
    (fragmento) extract
    (banco) extracto de cuenta, bank statement
    ' extracto' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    base
    - fragmento
    English:
    bank statement
    - clip
    - excerpt
    - extract
    - statement
    * * *
    1. [resumen] summary, résumé
    extracto de cuenta bank statement
    2. [concentrado] extract
    extracto de carne meat extract;
    extracto de malta malt extract
    * * *
    m
    1 extract
    2 ( resumen) summary
    3 GASTR, QUÍM extract, essence;
    extracto de carne beef extract
    * * *
    1) : extract
    extracto de vainilla: vanilla extract
    2) : abstract, summary

    Spanish-English dictionary > extracto

  • 22 ficticio

    adj.
    1 fictitious, counterfeit, dummy, made-up.
    2 fictitious, pseudonymous.
    3 fictitious, unauthentic, hypocritical, inauthentic.
    4 fictional, stage.
    * * *
    1 fictitious
    * * *
    (f. - ficticia)
    adj.
    fictitious, fictional
    * * *
    ADJ [nombre, carácter] fictitious; [historia, prueba] fabricated
    * * *
    - cia adjetivo <personaje/suceso> fictitious; < valor> fiduciary
    * * *
    = dummy, illusory, fictitious, fictionalised [fictionalized, -USA], fictional, fancied, make-believe, fictious, delusional.
    Ex. DOBIS/LIBIS, therefore, assigns them the dummy master number zero.
    Ex. We can permit ourselves to be hypnotized by the gadgetry for access and by illusory cost reductions, or we can use the computer effectively to transform the catalog into a truly responsive instrument.
    Ex. Certainly there are very serious novels which, by means of a fictitious story, have a great deal to say about human relationships and social structures.
    Ex. This is a humourous and cautionary fictionalised account of a disastrous author visit to a public library to do a reading for children.
    Ex. No one, in this purely hypothetical example, has thought that the reader might be happy with a factual account of an Atlantic convoy as well as, or in place of, a purely fictional account.
    Ex. It is suggested that differences between children's spoken words and the words in school texts may be more fancied than factual.
    Ex. This book illustrates and describes the features of a monster and reinsures the children not to be frightened of make-believe monsters.
    Ex. Many of them are fictious, but there are also real artists and scientists, who play parts in the book, in one way or another.
    Ex. Despite what false patriots tell us, we now have a delusional democracy, not one that citizens can trust to serve their interests.
    ----
    * amenaza ficticia = bogeyman [bogeymen], bogey [bogie].
    * elemento de búsqueda ficticio = rogue string.
    * entrada ficticia = rogue entry.
    * pasado ficticio = imaginary past.
    * resultar ser ficticio = prove + illusory.
    * * *
    - cia adjetivo <personaje/suceso> fictitious; < valor> fiduciary
    * * *
    = dummy, illusory, fictitious, fictionalised [fictionalized, -USA], fictional, fancied, make-believe, fictious, delusional.

    Ex: DOBIS/LIBIS, therefore, assigns them the dummy master number zero.

    Ex: We can permit ourselves to be hypnotized by the gadgetry for access and by illusory cost reductions, or we can use the computer effectively to transform the catalog into a truly responsive instrument.
    Ex: Certainly there are very serious novels which, by means of a fictitious story, have a great deal to say about human relationships and social structures.
    Ex: This is a humourous and cautionary fictionalised account of a disastrous author visit to a public library to do a reading for children.
    Ex: No one, in this purely hypothetical example, has thought that the reader might be happy with a factual account of an Atlantic convoy as well as, or in place of, a purely fictional account.
    Ex: It is suggested that differences between children's spoken words and the words in school texts may be more fancied than factual.
    Ex: This book illustrates and describes the features of a monster and reinsures the children not to be frightened of make-believe monsters.
    Ex: Many of them are fictious, but there are also real artists and scientists, who play parts in the book, in one way or another.
    Ex: Despite what false patriots tell us, we now have a delusional democracy, not one that citizens can trust to serve their interests.
    * amenaza ficticia = bogeyman [bogeymen], bogey [bogie].
    * elemento de búsqueda ficticio = rogue string.
    * entrada ficticia = rogue entry.
    * pasado ficticio = imaginary past.
    * resultar ser ficticio = prove + illusory.

    * * *
    1 ‹personaje/suceso› fictitious
    2 ‹valor› fiduciary
    * * *

    ficticio
    ◊ - cia adjetivo ‹personaje/suceso fictitious

    ficticio,-a adjetivo fictitious

    ' ficticio' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ficticia
    - real
    English:
    doe
    - fictional
    - fictitious
    - assume
    * * *
    ficticio, -a adj
    1. [imaginario] fictitious
    2. [convencional] imaginary
    * * *
    adj fictitious
    * * *
    ficticio, - cia adj
    : fictitious

    Spanish-English dictionary > ficticio

  • 23 forzado

    adj.
    1 forced, coerced, co-erced, constrained.
    2 farfetched.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: forzar.
    * * *
    1 (obligado) forced
    2 (rebuscado) forced, strained
    \
    risa forzada forced laugh
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=obligado) forced

    verse forzado a hacer algoto be forced o obliged to do sth

    2) [puerta, cerradura] forced
    3) (=rebuscado) [traducción, estilo, metáfora] forced
    trabajo 1), marcha 1)
    * * *
    - da adjetivo forced, unnatural
    * * *
    = enforced, strained, forced, forcible, stilted.
    Ex. Cost cutting by government has resulted in enforced staff reductions.
    Ex. An ugly voice, one that is monotonous or grating, weak in power, incomprehensible or strained, is never likely to receive and retain anyone's attention for long.
    Ex. The Great War of 1914-18 was a heavy blow for the Bulletin, from which it never really recovered, and in the 1920s it gradually sank under its own weight, helped by a forced move from its previous quarters to make room for a trade fair.
    Ex. The author reveals the close links between African ideas about the forcible extraction of vital fluids and European views about sleeping sickness, insect vectors, and deforestation.
    Ex. His eccentricity was stilted and contrived.
    ----
    * a marchas forzadas = in a rush, against the clock.
    * campo de trabajos forzados = labour camp, forced labour camp.
    * trabajos forzados = forced labour, hard labour.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo forced, unnatural
    * * *
    = enforced, strained, forced, forcible, stilted.

    Ex: Cost cutting by government has resulted in enforced staff reductions.

    Ex: An ugly voice, one that is monotonous or grating, weak in power, incomprehensible or strained, is never likely to receive and retain anyone's attention for long.
    Ex: The Great War of 1914-18 was a heavy blow for the Bulletin, from which it never really recovered, and in the 1920s it gradually sank under its own weight, helped by a forced move from its previous quarters to make room for a trade fair.
    Ex: The author reveals the close links between African ideas about the forcible extraction of vital fluids and European views about sleeping sickness, insect vectors, and deforestation.
    Ex: His eccentricity was stilted and contrived.
    * a marchas forzadas = in a rush, against the clock.
    * campo de trabajos forzados = labour camp, forced labour camp.
    * trabajos forzados = forced labour, hard labour.

    * * *
    forzado -da
    forced, unnatural
    * * *

    Del verbo forzar: ( conjugate forzar)

    forzado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    forzado    
    forzar
    forzado
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    forced, unnatural
    forzar ( conjugate forzar) verbo transitivo
    1 ( obligar) to force
    2
    a) vista to strain;


    b) sonrisa to force

    3puerta/cerradura to force
    forzado,-a adjetivo
    1 (no espontáneo) forced: su alegría era algo forzada, her cheerfulness was rather forced
    2 (forzoso) trabajos forzados, forced labour sing
    ♦ Locuciones: a marchas forzadas, in a rush
    forzar verbo transitivo
    1 (obligar por la fuerza) to force: la forzaron a casarse, she was forced to get married
    2 (un motor, una situación) to force
    3 (una cerradura) to force, break open
    4 (violar a alguien) to rape
    ' forzado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    condenada
    - condenado
    - forzada
    English:
    artificial
    - forced
    - set
    - stiff
    - stilted
    - strained
    - unnatural
    - labored
    * * *
    forzado, -a adj
    [sonrisa, amabilidad] forced;
    trabajos forzados hard labour;
    verse forzado a hacer algo to find oneself forced to do sth
    * * *
    adj forced
    * * *
    forzado adj forced

    Spanish-English dictionary > forzado

  • 24 forzoso

    adj.
    necessary, enforced, crash, forceful.
    * * *
    1 (inevitable) inevitable, unavoidable
    2 (obligatorio) obligatory, compulsory
    * * *
    (f. - forzosa)
    adj.
    1) forced, compulsory
    2) unavoidable, inevitable
    * * *
    ADJ (=necesario) necessary; (=inevitable) inescapable, unavoidable; (=obligatorio) compulsory
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo
    a) ( necesario) necessary
    b) ( obligatorio) <aterrizaje/anexión/paro> forced; < jubilación> compulsory
    * * *
    = enforced, forcible.
    Ex. Cost cutting by government has resulted in enforced staff reductions.
    Ex. The author reveals the close links between African ideas about the forcible extraction of vital fluids and European views about sleeping sickness, insect vectors, and deforestation.
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo
    a) ( necesario) necessary
    b) ( obligatorio) <aterrizaje/anexión/paro> forced; < jubilación> compulsory
    * * *
    = enforced, forcible.

    Ex: Cost cutting by government has resulted in enforced staff reductions.

    Ex: The author reveals the close links between African ideas about the forcible extraction of vital fluids and European views about sleeping sickness, insect vectors, and deforestation.

    * * *
    forzoso -sa
    el partido sufrió una etapa de forzosa clandestinidad the party was forced underground for a time
    un aterrizaje forzoso an emergency o a forced landing
    * * *

    forzoso
    ◊ -sa adjetivo ‹aterrizaje/anexión/paro forced;


    jubilación/liquidación compulsory
    forzoso,-a adjetivo obligatory, compulsory
    un aterrizaje forzoso, a forced landing
    ' forzoso' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    amaraje
    - aterrizaje
    - forzada
    - forzado
    - forzosa
    - recluta
    English:
    apparent
    - crash-land
    - forced
    - compulsory
    - crash
    - ditch
    - emergency
    - forcible
    * * *
    forzoso, -a adj
    1. [obligatorio] obligatory, compulsory
    2. [inevitable] inevitable
    3. [necesario] necessary
    4. [de emergencia]
    aterrizaje forzoso emergency landing
    * * *
    adj aterrizaje forced
    * * *
    forzoso, -sa adj
    1) : forced, compulsory
    2) : necessary, inevitable
    * * *
    forzoso adj (obligatorio) compulsory

    Spanish-English dictionary > forzoso

  • 25 glóbulo rojo

    m.
    red corpuscle, red cell, red blood cell, blood cell.
    * * *
    red corpuscle
    * * *
    (n.) = red blood cell, red cell
    Ex. There is accumulating evidence of reductions in red blood cell membrane essential fatty acids in patients with schizophrenia.
    Ex. Using reconstituted blood -- red cells and plasma that are mixed in the operating room -- for heart bypass surgery works better than using fresh blood.
    * * *
    (n.) = red blood cell, red cell

    Ex: There is accumulating evidence of reductions in red blood cell membrane essential fatty acids in patients with schizophrenia.

    Ex: Using reconstituted blood -- red cells and plasma that are mixed in the operating room -- for heart bypass surgery works better than using fresh blood.

    Spanish-English dictionary > glóbulo rojo

  • 26 hipnotizar

    v.
    to hypnotize.
    * * *
    1 to hypnotize
    * * *
    VT
    1) (Psic) to hypnotize
    2) (=hechizar) to mesmerize
    * * *
    verbo transitivo (Psic) to hypnotize; ( fascinar) to mesmerize
    * * *
    = hypnotize [hypnotise], mesmerise [mesmerize, -USA].
    Ex. We can permit ourselves to be hypnotized by the gadgetry for access and by illusory cost reductions, or we can use the computer effectively to transform the catalog into a truly responsive instrument.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Have librarians become mesmerised by information technology?'.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo (Psic) to hypnotize; ( fascinar) to mesmerize
    * * *
    = hypnotize [hypnotise], mesmerise [mesmerize, -USA].

    Ex: We can permit ourselves to be hypnotized by the gadgetry for access and by illusory cost reductions, or we can use the computer effectively to transform the catalog into a truly responsive instrument.

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Have librarians become mesmerised by information technology?'.

    * * *
    hipnotizar [A4 ]
    vt
    1 ( Psic) to hypnotize
    2 (fascinar) to mesmerize
    * * *

    hipnotizar ( conjugate hipnotizar) verbo transitivo (Psic) to hypnotize;
    ( fascinar) to mesmerize
    hipnotizar verbo transitivo to hypnotize
    ' hipnotizar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    hypnotize
    - mesmerize
    * * *
    1. [dormir] to hypnotize
    2. [fascinar] to mesmerize
    * * *
    v/t hypnotize
    * * *
    hipnotizar {21} vt
    : to hypnotize
    * * *
    hipnotizar vb to hypnotize

    Spanish-English dictionary > hipnotizar

  • 27 horario de trabajo

    (n.) = hours of operation, working hours, work hours
    Ex. Days and hours of operation are always weather-dependent and can result in earlier closures without notice.
    Ex. As opening hours increase and working hours decrease, the role of part-time staff must be carefully considered.
    Ex. Sleepiness continues to be a significant issue among medical residents despite recently mandated reductions in resident work hours.
    * * *
    (n.) = hours of operation, working hours, work hours

    Ex: Days and hours of operation are always weather-dependent and can result in earlier closures without notice.

    Ex: As opening hours increase and working hours decrease, the role of part-time staff must be carefully considered.
    Ex: Sleepiness continues to be a significant issue among medical residents despite recently mandated reductions in resident work hours.

    * * *
    (working) hours pl

    Spanish-English dictionary > horario de trabajo

  • 28 horario laboral

    working hours plural
    * * *
    (n.) = hours of operation, opening hours, working hours, work hours
    Ex. Days and hours of operation are always weather-dependent and can result in earlier closures without notice.
    Ex. Cuts in the 1988 budget have resulted in cuts in opening hours, staff hours, and book budget.
    Ex. As opening hours increase and working hours decrease, the role of part-time staff must be carefully considered.
    Ex. Sleepiness continues to be a significant issue among medical residents despite recently mandated reductions in resident work hours.
    * * *
    (n.) = hours of operation, opening hours, working hours, work hours

    Ex: Days and hours of operation are always weather-dependent and can result in earlier closures without notice.

    Ex: Cuts in the 1988 budget have resulted in cuts in opening hours, staff hours, and book budget.
    Ex: As opening hours increase and working hours decrease, the role of part-time staff must be carefully considered.
    Ex: Sleepiness continues to be a significant issue among medical residents despite recently mandated reductions in resident work hours.

    Spanish-English dictionary > horario laboral

  • 29 ilusorio

    adj.
    illusory, chimerical, imaginary, illusive.
    * * *
    1 illusory
    * * *
    ADJ (=irreal) illusory; (=sin valor) empty; (=sin efecto) ineffective
    * * *
    - ria adjetivo
    a) ( engañoso) < promesa> false; < esperanza> false, illusory
    b) ( imaginario) imaginary
    * * *
    = illusory, starry-eyed, hallucinatory, deceptive, delusional, airy-fairy, fantastical, fantastic.
    Ex. We can permit ourselves to be hypnotized by the gadgetry for access and by illusory cost reductions, or we can use the computer effectively to transform the catalog into a truly responsive instrument.
    Ex. It would be starry-eyed to imagine that we the library ever reach into every home.
    Ex. Subject-matter, portrayed with hallucinatory realism, is largely autobiographical -- mainly people connected with the artist and places associated with them.
    Ex. Rehyping old stuff as if it were new is not only annoyingly deceptive but doesn't sell any books to suspicious customers.
    Ex. Despite what false patriots tell us, we now have a delusional democracy, not one that citizens can trust to serve their interests.
    Ex. Home Secretary David Blunkett says an ' airy fairy, libertarian' view of the world is no good for fighting terrorism.
    Ex. Filled with allegory and allusion, his paintings portray a fantastical universe inhabited by mysterious and fanciful creatures.
    Ex. He builds up a picture of human anguish in the face of the mysteries of existence that is both dreamlike and concrete, fantastic and real at the same time.
    * * *
    - ria adjetivo
    a) ( engañoso) < promesa> false; < esperanza> false, illusory
    b) ( imaginario) imaginary
    * * *
    = illusory, starry-eyed, hallucinatory, deceptive, delusional, airy-fairy, fantastical, fantastic.

    Ex: We can permit ourselves to be hypnotized by the gadgetry for access and by illusory cost reductions, or we can use the computer effectively to transform the catalog into a truly responsive instrument.

    Ex: It would be starry-eyed to imagine that we the library ever reach into every home.
    Ex: Subject-matter, portrayed with hallucinatory realism, is largely autobiographical -- mainly people connected with the artist and places associated with them.
    Ex: Rehyping old stuff as if it were new is not only annoyingly deceptive but doesn't sell any books to suspicious customers.
    Ex: Despite what false patriots tell us, we now have a delusional democracy, not one that citizens can trust to serve their interests.
    Ex: Home Secretary David Blunkett says an ' airy fairy, libertarian' view of the world is no good for fighting terrorism.
    Ex: Filled with allegory and allusion, his paintings portray a fantastical universe inhabited by mysterious and fanciful creatures.
    Ex: He builds up a picture of human anguish in the face of the mysteries of existence that is both dreamlike and concrete, fantastic and real at the same time.

    * * *
    1 (engañoso) ‹promesa› false, deceptive; ‹esperanza› false, illusory
    2 (imaginario) imaginary
    * * *
    ilusorio, -a adj
    [imaginario] illusory; [promesa] empty
    * * *
    adj illusory
    * * *
    ilusorio, - ria adj
    engañoso: illusory, misleading

    Spanish-English dictionary > ilusorio

  • 30 impuesto2

    Ex. Cost cutting by government has resulted in enforced staff reductions.
    ----
    * impuesto por uno mismo = self-imposed.

    Spanish-English dictionary > impuesto2

  • 31 industria de las exposiciones comerciales

    Ex. They are warning municipalities to be leery of building new convention halls because of recent and projected reductions in the nation's trade show industry.
    * * *

    Ex: They are warning municipalities to be leery of building new convention halls because of recent and projected reductions in the nation's trade show industry.

    Spanish-English dictionary > industria de las exposiciones comerciales

  • 32 industria de las ferias de muestras

    Ex. They are warning municipalities to be leery of building new convention halls because of recent and projected reductions in the nation's trade show industry.
    * * *

    Ex: They are warning municipalities to be leery of building new convention halls because of recent and projected reductions in the nation's trade show industry.

    Spanish-English dictionary > industria de las ferias de muestras

  • 33 jornada laboral

    f.
    workday, work day, working day.
    * * *
    working day
    * * *
    (n.) = workday, day's work, working hours, working day, working time, work hours
    Ex. This article describes a study of stress conducted in a university library using the following categories: workload; schedule and workday; feeling pulled and tugged; physical facilities; unchallenging work; and miscellaneous.
    Ex. The ball pelts, which were usually sheepskin, were fixed to the handles with nails which were only lightly knocked in, and were removed after the day's work (and often during the midday break as well).
    Ex. As opening hours increase and working hours decrease, the role of part-time staff must be carefully considered.
    Ex. A free-standing terminal is a computer in its own right, which processes and stores data about the transactions and which may also exchange data with a central computer at predetermined intervals, say at the end of a working day.
    Ex. The reduction and reorganization of working time is another policy area in which the Community is involved.
    Ex. Sleepiness continues to be a significant issue among medical residents despite recently mandated reductions in resident work hours.
    * * *
    (n.) = workday, day's work, working hours, working day, working time, work hours

    Ex: This article describes a study of stress conducted in a university library using the following categories: workload; schedule and workday; feeling pulled and tugged; physical facilities; unchallenging work; and miscellaneous.

    Ex: The ball pelts, which were usually sheepskin, were fixed to the handles with nails which were only lightly knocked in, and were removed after the day's work (and often during the midday break as well).
    Ex: As opening hours increase and working hours decrease, the role of part-time staff must be carefully considered.
    Ex: A free-standing terminal is a computer in its own right, which processes and stores data about the transactions and which may also exchange data with a central computer at predetermined intervals, say at the end of a working day.
    Ex: The reduction and reorganization of working time is another policy area in which the Community is involved.
    Ex: Sleepiness continues to be a significant issue among medical residents despite recently mandated reductions in resident work hours.

    * * *
    work day

    Spanish-English dictionary > jornada laboral

  • 34 libre de impuestos

    (adj.) = tariff-free, duty-free, tax-free
    Ex. The major advantage, however, is that Britain has become a part of the biggest single trading area in the world, with all the attractions of tariff-free access to a market covering the whole of Western Europe.
    Ex. Nowhere is this climate of change more dramatic than within Europe, which in 1991 accounted for over 50% of worldwide duty-free sales.
    Ex. Tax-free reductions in tax rates could be used to provide a selective subsidy method.
    * * *
    (adj.) = tariff-free, duty-free, tax-free

    Ex: The major advantage, however, is that Britain has become a part of the biggest single trading area in the world, with all the attractions of tariff-free access to a market covering the whole of Western Europe.

    Ex: Nowhere is this climate of change more dramatic than within Europe, which in 1991 accounted for over 50% of worldwide duty-free sales.
    Ex: Tax-free reductions in tax rates could be used to provide a selective subsidy method.

    Spanish-English dictionary > libre de impuestos

  • 35 mayores, los

    = elderly, the
    Ex. Accordingly, the local library committee decided to levy a charge of 15 cents on each book borrowed, with suitable reductions for the elderly.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mayores, los

  • 36 obligatorio

    adj.
    obligatory, compulsory, binding, necessary.
    * * *
    1 compulsory, obligatory
    * * *
    (f. - obligatoria)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ (=preceptivo) [gen] obligatory, compulsory; [promesa, acuerdo] binding
    * * *
    - ria adjetivo compulsory, obligatory
    * * *
    = enforced, mandatory, obligatory, compulsory, a must have + Nombre, mandated.
    Ex. Cost cutting by government has resulted in enforced staff reductions.
    Ex. Such directives, however, do not have the status of mandatory instructions.
    Ex. The references which are suggested are not obligatory, and references should be made as appropriate with regards to the item being indexed.
    Ex. Some authors, of course, object to their work being subjected to compulsory dissection for exams in the traditional deadly manner and like Bernard Shaw, they swear to haunt anyone who so mistreats them (Shaw's ghost must be busy these days).
    Ex. Shin pads are a 'must have' protection for every level of play.
    Ex. Sleepiness continues to be a significant issue among medical residents despite recently mandated reductions in resident work hours.
    ----
    * obra de lectura obligatoria = a must-read.
    * ser obligatorio = be a must.
    * servicio militar obligatorio = compulsory military service, draft, the, military draft.
    * trabajo de lectura obligatoria = a must-read.
    * * *
    - ria adjetivo compulsory, obligatory
    * * *
    = enforced, mandatory, obligatory, compulsory, a must have + Nombre, mandated.

    Ex: Cost cutting by government has resulted in enforced staff reductions.

    Ex: Such directives, however, do not have the status of mandatory instructions.
    Ex: The references which are suggested are not obligatory, and references should be made as appropriate with regards to the item being indexed.
    Ex: Some authors, of course, object to their work being subjected to compulsory dissection for exams in the traditional deadly manner and like Bernard Shaw, they swear to haunt anyone who so mistreats them (Shaw's ghost must be busy these days).
    Ex: Shin pads are a 'must have' protection for every level of play.
    Ex: Sleepiness continues to be a significant issue among medical residents despite recently mandated reductions in resident work hours.
    * obra de lectura obligatoria = a must-read.
    * ser obligatorio = be a must.
    * servicio militar obligatorio = compulsory military service, draft, the, military draft.
    * trabajo de lectura obligatoria = a must-read.

    * * *
    compulsory, obligatory
    la asistencia es obligatoria attendance is obligatory o compulsory
    servicio militar obligatorio compulsory o obligatory military service
    no es obligatorio terminarlo para mañana it doesn't have to be finished by tomorrow
    * * *

     

    obligatorio
    ◊ - ria adjetivo

    compulsory, obligatory;
    no es obligatorio firmarlo it doesn't have to be signed
    obligatorio,-a adjetivo compulsory, obligatory

    ' obligatorio' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    facultativa
    - facultativo
    - obligatoria
    - reclutamiento
    English:
    compulsory
    - conscription
    - mandatory
    - obligatory
    - required
    * * *
    obligatorio, -a adj
    compulsory, obligatory;
    un requisito obligatorio an essential requirement;
    no es obligatorio llevar corbata al trabajo you don't have to wear a tie to work
    * * *
    adj obligatory, compulsory
    * * *
    : mandatory, required, compulsory
    * * *
    obligatorio adj compulsory

    Spanish-English dictionary > obligatorio

  • 37 pasaje

    m.
    1 ticket (billete). (especially Latin American Spanish)
    2 the passengers.
    el pasaje (pasajeros)
    3 passage (calle).
    4 passage (fragmento).
    5 passage money.
    * * *
    1 (paso) passage
    2 (viaje) passage
    1 (tarifa) fare, ticket
    2 (pasajeros) passengers plural
    3 (fragmento) passage
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=acción) passage, passing; (Náut) voyage, crossing
    2) esp LAm (=boleto) ticket
    3) (=tarifa) fare
    4) (=viajeros) passengers pl
    5) (=callejón) passageway, alleyway; [con tiendas] arcade; Caribe, Cono Sur, Méx cul-de-sac
    6) (Literat, Mús) passage
    7) And, Caribe (=cuento) story, anecdote
    8) And (=pisos) tenement building
    * * *
    1) (esp AmL)
    a) (Transp) ticket

    un pasaje de ida/de ida y vuelta — a one-way/round-trip ticket (AmE), a single/return ticket (BrE)

    b) (ant) ( viaje) voyage, passage (dated)
    2) ( callejón) passage, narrow street; ( galería comercial) arcade, mall
    3) (Lit, Mús) passage
    * * *
    = excerpt, passage, snippet.
    Ex. Abstracts, excerpts, synopsis are kinds of reductions.
    Ex. A harmony is an arrangement of passages of the Bible on the same topic into parallel columns so that similarities and differences are readily compared.
    Ex. Automation in libraries can only provide snippets of information, not knowledge.
    ----
    * extraer pasajes de = excerpt.
    * pasaje a = ticket to.
    * pasaje subterráneo = subway, underpass.
    * pasaje subterráneo de peatones = pedestrian underpass.
    * pasaje subterráneo para peatones = pedestrian underpass.
    * * *
    1) (esp AmL)
    a) (Transp) ticket

    un pasaje de ida/de ida y vuelta — a one-way/round-trip ticket (AmE), a single/return ticket (BrE)

    b) (ant) ( viaje) voyage, passage (dated)
    2) ( callejón) passage, narrow street; ( galería comercial) arcade, mall
    3) (Lit, Mús) passage
    * * *
    = excerpt, passage, snippet.

    Ex: Abstracts, excerpts, synopsis are kinds of reductions.

    Ex: A harmony is an arrangement of passages of the Bible on the same topic into parallel columns so that similarities and differences are readily compared.
    Ex: Automation in libraries can only provide snippets of information, not knowledge.
    * extraer pasajes de = excerpt.
    * pasaje a = ticket to.
    * pasaje subterráneo = subway, underpass.
    * pasaje subterráneo de peatones = pedestrian underpass.
    * pasaje subterráneo para peatones = pedestrian underpass.

    * * *
    A
    sacar un pasaje de ida/de ida y vuelta to buy a one-way/round-trip ticket ( AmE), to buy a single/return ticket ( BrE)
    el pasaje en avión sale más caro the airline ticket is more expensive, it's more expensive to go by air
    mi madre me regaló el pasaje my mother paid my fare
    2 ( frml)
    (pasajeros): el pasaje the passengers (pl)
    3 ( ant) (viaje) crossing, voyage, passage ( dated)
    B
    1 (callejón) passage, narrow street
    2 (galería comercial) arcade, mall
    C ( Lit, Mús) passage
    * * *

    pasaje sustantivo masculino
    1 (esp AmL) (Transp) ticket;
    un pasaje de ida/de ida y vuelta a one-way/round-trip ticket (AmE), a single/return ticket (BrE)

    2 ( callejón) passage, narrow street;
    ( galería comercial) arcade, mall
    3 (Lit, Mús) passage
    pasaje sustantivo masculino
    1 passage
    2 (pasajeros) passengers pl
    3 (billete) ticket: te regalan el pasaje, they pay your fare
    ' pasaje' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    fragmento
    - citar
    - confirmación
    - medio
    - redondo
    - reserva
    - reservar
    - subterráneo
    English:
    passage
    - air
    - excerpt
    - fare
    - liner
    - round
    - subway
    - ticket
    - under
    - work
    * * *
    pasaje nm
    1. esp Am [billete] ticket;
    el pasaje cuesta 1.000 dólares the ticket costs 1,000 dollars, the fare is 1,000 dollars
    Am pasaje abierto open ticket; Am pasaje de ida Br single, US one-way ticket; Am pasaje de ida y vuelta Br return (ticket), US round-trip (ticket)
    2.
    el pasaje [pasajeros] the passengers
    3. [calle] passage;
    [galería] arcade
    4. [fragmento] passage
    * * *
    m
    1 ( billete) ticket
    2 MÚS de texto passage
    * * *
    pasaje nm
    1) : ticket (for travel)
    2) tarifa: fare
    3) : passageway
    4) : passengers pl
    * * *
    1. (billete) ticket
    2. (pasajeros) passengers
    3. (calle) narrow street / alley
    4. (fragment) passage

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasaje

  • 38 personas de la tercera edad, las

    = elderly, the
    Ex. Accordingly, the local library committee decided to levy a charge of 15 cents on each book borrowed, with suitable reductions for the elderly.

    Spanish-English dictionary > personas de la tercera edad, las

  • 39 por ley

    by law
    * * *
    (adj.) = mandated
    Ex. Sleepiness continues to be a significant issue among medical residents despite recently mandated reductions in resident work hours.
    * * *
    (adj.) = mandated

    Ex: Sleepiness continues to be a significant issue among medical residents despite recently mandated reductions in resident work hours.

    Spanish-English dictionary > por ley

  • 40 por orden de

    by order of
    * * *
    (adj.) = mandated
    Ex. Sleepiness continues to be a significant issue among medical residents despite recently mandated reductions in resident work hours.
    * * *
    (adj.) = mandated

    Ex: Sleepiness continues to be a significant issue among medical residents despite recently mandated reductions in resident work hours.

    Spanish-English dictionary > por orden de

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