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  • 1 alarmismo

    m.
    alarmism.
    * * *
    1 alarmism
    * * *
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    masculino alarmism
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    Ex. Fish is particularly scathing about reactionaries in the academic world who resort to a version of scaremongering about 'political correctness,' deconstruction, and other bogies.
    * * *
    masculino alarmism
    * * *

    Ex: Fish is particularly scathing about reactionaries in the academic world who resort to a version of scaremongering about 'political correctness,' deconstruction, and other bogies.

    * * *
    alarmism
    * * *
    alarmism
    * * *
    m alarmism

    Spanish-English dictionary > alarmismo

  • 2 amenaza ficticia

    (n.) = bogeyman [bogeymen], bogey [bogie]
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Micrographics and eyestrain: more bogeyman than real threat'.
    Ex. Fish is particularly scathing about reactionaries in the academic world who resort to a version of scaremongering about 'political correctness,' deconstruction, and other bogies.
    * * *
    (n.) = bogeyman [bogeymen], bogey [bogie]

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Micrographics and eyestrain: more bogeyman than real threat'.

    Ex: Fish is particularly scathing about reactionaries in the academic world who resort to a version of scaremongering about 'political correctness,' deconstruction, and other bogies.

    Spanish-English dictionary > amenaza ficticia

  • 3 carruaje

    m.
    carriage.
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    1 carriage, coach
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
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    masculino carriage

    prohibido estacionar: paso de carruajes — no parking, access road

    * * *
    = waggon [wagon, -USA], bogie, carriage.
    Ex. In San Francisco horse-drawn wagons preceded the cable cars.
    Ex. Two bogies of a goods train derailed this morning leading to blockade of all railway traffic.
    Ex. The two formes of the sheet were imposed on the bed of the reciprocating carriage where they were inked by two sets of rollers, one at each end of the frame.
    ----
    * fábrica de carruajes = carriage-making plant.
    * * *
    masculino carriage

    prohibido estacionar: paso de carruajes — no parking, access road

    * * *
    = waggon [wagon, -USA], bogie, carriage.

    Ex: In San Francisco horse-drawn wagons preceded the cable cars.

    Ex: Two bogies of a goods train derailed this morning leading to blockade of all railway traffic.
    Ex: The two formes of the sheet were imposed on the bed of the reciprocating carriage where they were inked by two sets of rollers, one at each end of the frame.
    * fábrica de carruajes = carriage-making plant.

    * * *
    carriage
    [ S ] prohibido aparcar: paso de carruajes no parking, access road
    * * *

    carruaje sustantivo masculino
    carriage
    carruaje sustantivo masculino carriage, coach
    ' carruaje' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    coche
    English:
    carriage
    - coach
    * * *
    carriage
    * * *
    m carriage
    * * *
    : carriage
    * * *
    carruaje n carriage

    Spanish-English dictionary > carruaje

  • 4 coco

    m.
    1 coconut (fruto).
    2 nut, head (informal) (cabeza).
    está mal del coco he's soft o isn't right in the head
    por más vueltas que le doy al coco no consigo entenderlo I've racked my brains but I still can't understand it
    comerse el coco to worry (one's head)
    si no te portas bien vendrá el coco if you're not good the bogeyman will come and get you
    5 coconut plant.
    6 weevil.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: cocar.
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    1 BOTÁNICA (árbol) coconut palm
    2 (fruta) coconut
    \
    coco rallado desiccated coconut
    ————————
    1 (bacteria) coccus
    ————————
    1 (larva) larva, worm, grub
    ————————
    1 familiar (fantasma) bogeyman
    2 argot (cabeza) noddle, noggin, nut
    \
    comer el coco a alguien familiar to brainwash somebody
    comerse el coco familiar to get worked up, worry about it
    ser un coco familiar (feo) to be ugly 2 (dar miedo) to be frightening
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    I
    SM
    1) (Bot) (=fruto) coconut; (=árbol) coconut palm
    2) ** (=cabeza) nut *, noggin (EEUU) *, head

    se ha dado un golpe en el coco — he banged his head, he banged himself on the nut *

    comer el coco a algn —

    mira, tío, no me comas el coco — hey, stop going on about it

    3) (=prodigio) whizz *
    II
    SM
    1) (=fantasma) bogeyman, boogeyman (EEUU) *

    ¡que viene el coco! — the bogeyman's coming!

    2) (=persona fea)

    es un coco — he's an ugly devil, he's ugly as sin *

    3)

    hacer cocos a algn(=carantoñas) to make eyes at sb; (=halagos) to coax sb, wheedle sb

    III
    SM
    1) (=bacteria) coccus
    2) (=insecto) weevil
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    I
    - ca adjetivo (AmC) bald
    II
    1) (Bot, Coc) coconut

    caerse de un coco — (Ven fam) to be disappointed

    2) (fam) ( cabeza) head

    anda or está mal del coco — he's off his head (colloq)

    comerse el coco con algo — (Esp fam) to worry about something

    3) (fam) (fantasma, espantajo) boogeyman (AmE), bogeyman (BrE); ( persona fea) ugly person
    4) ( bacteria) coccus
    * * *
    Ex. This ready-to-eat nutritious food is made by admixing condensed milk with rolled oats, honey, dates, wheat germ, coconuts, and walnuts.
    ----
    * coco, el = bogeyman [bogeymen], bogey [bogie].
    * extracto de coco = coconut extract.
    * * *
    I
    - ca adjetivo (AmC) bald
    II
    1) (Bot, Coc) coconut

    caerse de un coco — (Ven fam) to be disappointed

    2) (fam) ( cabeza) head

    anda or está mal del coco — he's off his head (colloq)

    comerse el coco con algo — (Esp fam) to worry about something

    3) (fam) (fantasma, espantajo) boogeyman (AmE), bogeyman (BrE); ( persona fea) ugly person
    4) ( bacteria) coccus
    * * *
    el coco
    (n.) = bogeyman [bogeymen], bogey [bogie]

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Micrographics and eyestrain: more bogeyman than real threat'.

    Ex: Fish is particularly scathing about reactionaries in the academic world who resort to a version of scaremongering about 'political correctness,' deconstruction, and other bogies.

    Ex: This ready-to-eat nutritious food is made by admixing condensed milk with rolled oats, honey, dates, wheat germ, coconuts, and walnuts.

    * coco, el = bogeyman [bogeymen], bogey [bogie].
    * extracto de coco = coconut extract.

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    coco1 -ca
    ( AmC) bald
    A ( Bot, Coc) coconut
    caerse de un coco ( Ven fam); to be disappointed
    B ( fam) (cabeza) head
    anda or está mal del coco he's off his head ( colloq)
    no voy a romperme el coco I'm not going to lose any sleep over it
    comerle el coco a algn ( Esp fam): no me comas el coco stop trying to get round me
    le comí el coco a mi padre para que me prestara el coche I softsoaped my father into lending me the car ( colloq)
    durante la dictadura nos comían el coco a todos during the dictatorship we were all brainwashed
    comerse el coco ( Esp fam): no te comas más el coco stop worrying (your head) about it ( colloq)
    echar or hacer cocos ( Ven fam) (pensar) to rack one's brains; (alardear) to show off ( colloq)
    exprimirse el coco ( fam); to rack one's brains
    C
    1 ( fam) (fantasma, espantajo) boogeyman ( AmE), bogeyman ( BrE)
    2 ( fam) (persona fea) ugly person
    es un coco he's so ugly, he's butt ugly ( AmE colloq), he's plug ugly ( BrE colloq)
    D (bacteria) coccus
    E ( RPl) (del pan) end, heel
    F cocos mpl (CS vulg) (testículos) balls (pl) (slor vulg), nuts (pl) (slor vulg)
    no me rompas los cocos get off my case o back (sl), don't break my balls ( AmE vulg)
    G
    ( Ven fam) (obsesión): anda con un coco que quiere comprarse un perro she has a real thing about wanting to buy a dog ( colloq)
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    coco sustantivo masculino
    a) (Bot, Coc) coconut

    b) (fam) ( cabeza) head;


    c) (fam) (fantasma, espantajo) boogeyman (AmE), bogeyman (BrE)

    coco sustantivo masculino
    1 Bot (fruto) coconut u familiar (inteligencia) brains: tiene mucho coco, she has a good brain
    2 fam (cabeza) no sabes cómo me duele el coco hoy, you can't imagine how my head is aching today
    3 familiar (hombre del saco) bogeyman
    ♦ Locuciones: familiar comerle el coco a alguien, to brainwash somebody
    familiar comerse el coco, to get obsessed
    ' coco' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    comer
    - comerse
    - comedura de coco
    - icaco
    - palma
    - partir
    English:
    bogeyman
    - coconut
    - nut
    - desiccated
    * * *
    coco nm
    1. [fruto] coconut
    2. Fam [cabeza] nut, head;
    ese chico está mal del coco that boy is soft o isn't right in the head;
    por más vueltas que le doy al coco no consigo entenderlo I've Br racked o US cudgeled my brains, but I still can't understand it;
    Fam
    comer el coco: le están comiendo el coco para que les ayude they're going on at him to help them;
    Fam
    no te comas el coco, no ha sido él don't worry yourself about it, it wasn't him;
    Fam
    tener mucho coco to be really brainy
    3. Fam [fantasma] bogeyman;
    si no te portas bien vendrá el coco if you're not good, the bogeyman will come and get you
    4. Fam [persona fea] ugly person;
    es un coco de chico he's an ugly devil
    5. Biol [bacteria] coccus
    6. Cuba [ave] white ibis
    7. CSur muy Fam
    cocos [testículos] balls;
    romper los cocos [molestar] to be a pain in the Br arse o US butt
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    m
    1 BOT coconut
    2 monstruo bogeyman fam
    3
    :
    comer el coco a alguien fam softsoap s.o.; más fuerte brainwash s.o.;
    comerse el coco fam worry;
    estar hasta el coco fam be fed up
    * * *
    coco nm
    1) : coconut
    2) fam : head
    3) fam : bogeyman
    * * *
    coco n
    1. (fruto) coconut
    2. (cabeza) head

    Spanish-English dictionary > coco

  • 5 coco, el

    (n.) = bogeyman [bogeymen], bogey [bogie]
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Micrographics and eyestrain: more bogeyman than real threat'.
    Ex. Fish is particularly scathing about reactionaries in the academic world who resort to a version of scaremongering about 'political correctness,' deconstruction, and other bogies.

    Spanish-English dictionary > coco, el

  • 6 cáustico

    adj.
    1 caustic, acrimonious, barbed, rancid.
    2 caustic, stinging, sour, spiky.
    3 caustic, amytic, pyrotic, cauterant.
    * * *
    1 caustic
    * * *
    * * *
    - ca adjetivo/masculino caustic
    * * *
    = scathing, caustic, vitriolic, pungent.
    Ex. Fish is particularly scathing about reactionaries in the academic world who resort to a version of scaremongering about 'political correctness,' deconstruction, and other bogies.
    Ex. While her characters are frequently intrinsic to theme and plot, her most caustic scenes deflate academic ambition and pretension.
    Ex. This magazine had a particular interest in curious stories of libraries and bookmen, and was abundant in criticism both humorous and vitriolic.
    Ex. The studies reported here addressed the question of whether the pungent element in chilies, capsaicin, suppresses taste and flavor intensity.
    ----
    * en tono cáustico = scathingly.
    * * *
    - ca adjetivo/masculino caustic
    * * *
    = scathing, caustic, vitriolic, pungent.

    Ex: Fish is particularly scathing about reactionaries in the academic world who resort to a version of scaremongering about 'political correctness,' deconstruction, and other bogies.

    Ex: While her characters are frequently intrinsic to theme and plot, her most caustic scenes deflate academic ambition and pretension.
    Ex: This magazine had a particular interest in curious stories of libraries and bookmen, and was abundant in criticism both humorous and vitriolic.
    Ex: The studies reported here addressed the question of whether the pungent element in chilies, capsaicin, suppresses taste and flavor intensity.
    * en tono cáustico = scathingly.

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    cáustico1 -ca
    1 ( Quím) caustic
    2 ‹estilo/lenguaje› caustic, biting; ‹humor› caustic; ‹comentario› sharp, caustic
    caustic
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    cáustico,-a adjetivo caustic
    ' cáustico' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    cáustica
    English:
    abrasive
    - acrimonious
    - caustic
    - scathing
    * * *
    cáustico, -a adj
    1. [sustancia] caustic
    2. [comentario] caustic
    * * *
    adj tb fig
    caustic
    * * *
    cáustico, -ca adj
    : caustic

    Spanish-English dictionary > cáustico

  • 7 deconstrucción

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    Nota: En la crítica literaria, teoría que intenta negar el significado normal de los conceptos y favorecer otro tipo de interpretaciones.
    Ex. Fish is particularly scathing about reactionaries in the academic world who resort to a version of scaremongering about 'political correctness,' deconstruction, and other bogies.
    * * *
    Nota: En la crítica literaria, teoría que intenta negar el significado normal de los conceptos y favorecer otro tipo de interpretaciones.

    Ex: Fish is particularly scathing about reactionaries in the academic world who resort to a version of scaremongering about 'political correctness,' deconstruction, and other bogies.

    * * *
    deconstruction

    Spanish-English dictionary > deconstrucción

  • 8 incitación al pánico colectivo

    Ex. Fish is particularly scathing about reactionaries in the academic world who resort to a version of scaremongering about 'political correctness,' deconstruction, and other bogies.
    * * *

    Ex: Fish is particularly scathing about reactionaries in the academic world who resort to a version of scaremongering about 'political correctness,' deconstruction, and other bogies.

    Spanish-English dictionary > incitación al pánico colectivo

  • 9 mordaz

    adj.
    1 caustic, biting.
    2 sarcastic, bitter, biting, bitterly severe.
    3 mordant, biting, sour, stinging.
    * * *
    1 mordant, sarcastic
    * * *
    adj.
    sarcastic, biting
    * * *
    ADJ [crítica, persona] sharp, scathing; [estilo] incisive; [humor] caustic
    * * *
    adjetivo <estilo/lenguaje> scathing, caustic; < crítica> sharp, scathing
    * * *
    = trenchant, scathing, searing, stinging, caustic, salty [saltier -comp., saltiest -sup.], pungent, sarcastic, blistering, spiky [spikier -comp., spikiest -sup.], vitriolic, waspish.
    Ex. However, both BTI and LCSH occasionally use headings of this kind, though one could argue strongly that these are out of place in direct entry methods, and they come in for trenchant criticism from Metcalfe.
    Ex. Fish is particularly scathing about reactionaries in the academic world who resort to a version of scaremongering about 'political correctness,' deconstruction, and other bogies.
    Ex. His searing and rigorously logical analysis of the '1949 ALA Rules for Entry' is one of my favorite pieces of writing on cataloging.
    Ex. In a stinging rebuke to the American Library Association, Nat Hentoff has criticized the ALA for failing to take action to defend volunteer librarians in Cuba who are being subjected to a brutal crackdown.
    Ex. While her characters are frequently intrinsic to theme and plot, her most caustic scenes deflate academic ambition and pretension.
    Ex. Serious questions which face us may often be better understood when a modicum of salty satire is applied.
    Ex. The studies reported here addressed the question of whether the pungent element in chilies, capsaicin, suppresses taste and flavor intensity.
    Ex. 'Listen!' he growled, in a tone so dry, sarcastic and acrid that not another word was needed to indicate that he was not about to be upstaged by a 24 year old.
    Ex. Lodge Kerrigan's 'Clean, Shaven' is a blistering piece of cinematic inventiveness and a young director's low-budget first feature.
    Ex. This adaptation of David Leavitt's novel wobbles between comedy and melodrama, ultimately fudging the novel's spiky empathy.
    Ex. This magazine had a particular interest in curious stories of libraries and bookmen, and was abundant in criticism both humorous and vitriolic.
    Ex. Harwood is excellent -- saucy and coquettish and really waspish in her subsequent vitriolic exchanges with the irate Marcello.
    ----
    * crítica mordaz = hatchet job.
    * de forma mordaz = pungently.
    * mordaz en sus comentarios = sharp of tongue.
    * * *
    adjetivo <estilo/lenguaje> scathing, caustic; < crítica> sharp, scathing
    * * *
    = trenchant, scathing, searing, stinging, caustic, salty [saltier -comp., saltiest -sup.], pungent, sarcastic, blistering, spiky [spikier -comp., spikiest -sup.], vitriolic, waspish.

    Ex: However, both BTI and LCSH occasionally use headings of this kind, though one could argue strongly that these are out of place in direct entry methods, and they come in for trenchant criticism from Metcalfe.

    Ex: Fish is particularly scathing about reactionaries in the academic world who resort to a version of scaremongering about 'political correctness,' deconstruction, and other bogies.
    Ex: His searing and rigorously logical analysis of the '1949 ALA Rules for Entry' is one of my favorite pieces of writing on cataloging.
    Ex: In a stinging rebuke to the American Library Association, Nat Hentoff has criticized the ALA for failing to take action to defend volunteer librarians in Cuba who are being subjected to a brutal crackdown.
    Ex: While her characters are frequently intrinsic to theme and plot, her most caustic scenes deflate academic ambition and pretension.
    Ex: Serious questions which face us may often be better understood when a modicum of salty satire is applied.
    Ex: The studies reported here addressed the question of whether the pungent element in chilies, capsaicin, suppresses taste and flavor intensity.
    Ex: 'Listen!' he growled, in a tone so dry, sarcastic and acrid that not another word was needed to indicate that he was not about to be upstaged by a 24 year old.
    Ex: Lodge Kerrigan's 'Clean, Shaven' is a blistering piece of cinematic inventiveness and a young director's low-budget first feature.
    Ex: This adaptation of David Leavitt's novel wobbles between comedy and melodrama, ultimately fudging the novel's spiky empathy.
    Ex: This magazine had a particular interest in curious stories of libraries and bookmen, and was abundant in criticism both humorous and vitriolic.
    Ex: Harwood is excellent -- saucy and coquettish and really waspish in her subsequent vitriolic exchanges with the irate Marcello.
    * crítica mordaz = hatchet job.
    * de forma mordaz = pungently.
    * mordaz en sus comentarios = sharp of tongue.

    * * *
    ‹estilo/lenguaje› scathing, caustic, incisive; ‹crítica› sharp, scathing
    * * *

    mordaz adjetivo ‹estilo/lenguaje scathing, caustic;
    crítica sharp, scathing
    mordaz adjetivo biting, scathing: me gusta leer sus mordaces comentarios acerca de los programas de la tele, I like reading his biting commentary on TV programmes
    ' mordaz' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    corrosiva
    - corrosivo
    - afilado
    English:
    abrasive
    - acid
    - barbed
    - biting
    - caustic
    - cutting
    - damning
    - denunciation
    - incisive
    - pointed
    - scathing
    - sharp
    - dry
    - dryness
    * * *
    mordaz adj
    caustic
    * * *
    adj biting, sharp
    * * *
    mordaz adj
    : caustic, scathing

    Spanish-English dictionary > mordaz

  • 10 mundo académico

    m.
    academic world, academy, academe.
    * * *
    (n.) = academe, academia
    Ex. This article describes a study conducted to show how librarians think they are perceived by their colleagues in academe, the teaching faculty.
    Ex. NREN is envisioned as a cooperative venture of government, academia and industry, initial funding coming mainly from government.
    * * *
    el mundo académico
    (n.) = academic, the, academic world, the, world of academia, the

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Tidal wave or ripple? The impact of Internet on the academic'.

    Ex: Fish is particularly scathing about reactionaries in the academic world who resort to a version of scaremongering about 'political correctness,' deconstruction, and other bogies.
    Ex: His publications attacked the pretentiousness and fallibility of the world of academia.

    (n.) = academe, academia

    Ex: This article describes a study conducted to show how librarians think they are perceived by their colleagues in academe, the teaching faculty.

    Ex: NREN is envisioned as a cooperative venture of government, academia and industry, initial funding coming mainly from government.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mundo académico

  • 11 mundo académico, el

    (n.) = academic, the, academic world, the, world of academia, the
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Tidal wave or ripple? The impact of Internet on the academic'.
    Ex. Fish is particularly scathing about reactionaries in the academic world who resort to a version of scaremongering about 'political correctness,' deconstruction, and other bogies.
    Ex. His publications attacked the pretentiousness and fallibility of the world of academia.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mundo académico, el

  • 12 reaccionario

    adj.
    reactionary, blimpish, die-hard, diehard.
    m.
    reactionary, die-hard, conservatist, diehard.
    * * *
    1 reactionary
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 reactionary
    * * *
    reaccionario, -a
    ADJ SM / F reactionary
    * * *
    - ria adjetivo/masculino, femenino reactionary
    * * *
    = reactionary, reactionary.
    Ex. While this may sound like a contradictory and reactionary sort of chauvinism coming from an iconoclast, our people have got to come first.
    Ex. Fish is particularly scathing about reactionaries in the academic world who resort to a version of scaremongering about 'political correctness,' deconstruction, and other bogies.
    * * *
    - ria adjetivo/masculino, femenino reactionary
    * * *
    = reactionary, reactionary.

    Ex: While this may sound like a contradictory and reactionary sort of chauvinism coming from an iconoclast, our people have got to come first.

    Ex: Fish is particularly scathing about reactionaries in the academic world who resort to a version of scaremongering about 'political correctness,' deconstruction, and other bogies.

    * * *
    adj/m,f
    reactionary
    * * *

    reaccionario
    ◊ - ria adjetivo/ sustantivo masculino, femenino

    reactionary
    reaccionario,-a adjetivo & m,f Pol reactionary

    ' reaccionario' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    reaccionaria
    - retrógrada
    - retrógrado
    - gorila
    English:
    something
    - reactionary
    - red
    * * *
    reaccionario, -a
    adj
    reactionary
    nm,f
    reactionary
    * * *
    I adj reactionary
    II m, reaccionaria f reactionary
    * * *
    reaccionario, - ria adj & n
    : reactionary

    Spanish-English dictionary > reaccionario

  • 13 tren de mercancías

    (n.) = freight train, goods train
    Ex. The article 'Libraries and the railroads -- or sitting on a siding watching the freight trains go by' compares the possible future of libraries and information centres with the state of US railways.
    Ex. Two bogies of a goods train derailed this morning leading to blockade of all railway traffic.
    * * *
    (n.) = freight train, goods train

    Ex: The article 'Libraries and the railroads -- or sitting on a siding watching the freight trains go by' compares the possible future of libraries and information centres with the state of US railways.

    Ex: Two bogies of a goods train derailed this morning leading to blockade of all railway traffic.

    * * *
    freight train, Br
    goods train

    Spanish-English dictionary > tren de mercancías

  • 14 tío del saco, el

    (n.) = bogeyman [bogeymen], bogey [bogie]
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Micrographics and eyestrain: more bogeyman than real threat'.
    Ex. Fish is particularly scathing about reactionaries in the academic world who resort to a version of scaremongering about 'political correctness,' deconstruction, and other bogies.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tío del saco, el

  • 15 ultraconservador

    adj.
    ultraconservative, die-hard, reactionary, right-wing.
    m.
    right-wing extremist, reactionary.
    * * *
    1 ultraconservative
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 ultraconservative
    * * *
    ultraconservador, -a
    ADJ SM / F ultra-conservative
    * * *
    Ex. Fish is particularly scathing about reactionaries in the academic world who resort to a version of scaremongering about 'political correctness,' deconstruction, and other bogies.
    * * *

    Ex: Fish is particularly scathing about reactionaries in the academic world who resort to a version of scaremongering about 'political correctness,' deconstruction, and other bogies.

    * * *
    ultra-conservative
    * * *
    ultraconservador, -ora
    adj
    ultraconservative
    nm,f
    ultraconservative
    * * *
    adj ultra-conservative

    Spanish-English dictionary > ultraconservador

  • 16 tío del saco

    el tío del saco
    (n.) = bogeyman [bogeymen], bogey [bogie]

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Micrographics and eyestrain: more bogeyman than real threat'.

    Ex: Fish is particularly scathing about reactionaries in the academic world who resort to a version of scaremongering about 'political correctness,' deconstruction, and other bogies.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tío del saco

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  • Bogies — Bogy Bo gy, n.; pl. {Bogies}. [See {Bogle}.] A specter; a hobgoblin; a bugbear. Death s heads and bogies. J. H. Newman. [Written also {bogey}.] [1913 Webster] There are plenty of such foolish attempts at playing bogy in the history of savages. C …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • bogies — Bogey Bo gey, n.; pl. {Bogeys}. [Also {bogie} and {bogy}, plural {bogies}.] 1. A goblin; a bugbear. Syn: bogeyman. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] I have become a sort of bogey a kill joy. Wm. Black. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] 2. (Golf) a score one stroke over… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Bogies — Использованная [отработанная] отливная форма; Короткая статья (служащая для заполнения неиспользованной части газетной полосы) …   Краткий толковый словарь по полиграфии

  • Bogies — This is an ancient and honourable surname found in the spellings of Boggers, Boggas, Boggis and Boggs, of which the later is the usual spelling. All are rare, even in Yorkshire, which was probably its original home . The name derives from the… …   Surnames reference

  • bogies — bo·gie || bəʊgɪ n. (British) wheeled undercarriage below a railway car bo·gy || bəʊgɪ n. goblin; unidentified flying object (Slang); cart …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Voitures a bogies modernisees Sud-Est "Bruhat" — Voitures modernisées Sud Est à bogies (« Bruhat ») Pour les articles homonymes, voir Bruhat. Les voitures modernisées Sud Est à bogies dites « Bruhat » sont des voitures de chemin de fer de diagramme B10t, utilisées en France. Elles… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Voitures à bogies modernisées Sud-Est "Bruhat" — Voitures modernisées Sud Est à bogies (« Bruhat ») Pour les articles homonymes, voir Bruhat. Les voitures modernisées Sud Est à bogies dites « Bruhat » sont des voitures de chemin de fer de diagramme B10t, utilisées en France. Elles… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Voitures à bogies modernisées sud-est "bruhat" — Voitures modernisées Sud Est à bogies (« Bruhat ») Pour les articles homonymes, voir Bruhat. Les voitures modernisées Sud Est à bogies dites « Bruhat » sont des voitures de chemin de fer de diagramme B10t, utilisées en France. Elles… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Voitures modernisées Sud-Est à bogies (« Bruhat ») — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Bruhat. Les voitures modernisées Sud Est à bogies dites « Bruhat » sont des voitures de chemin de fer de diagramme B10t, utilisées en France. Elles résultent de la modernisation d anciens modèles de… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Bogie — This article is about wheeled wagons and trolleys. For Bogey, see Bogie (disambiguation). US style railroad truck with journal bearings in journal boxes …   Wikipedia

  • Chemin de fer du Vivarais — Train dans les gorges du Doux Pays France Création juin 1969 Écartement de voie …   Wikipédia en Français

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