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book budget

  • 1 central de gastos

    (n.) = budget fund, budget head, budget heading
    Ex. Criteria for allocating book budget funds should be based on 11 factors which are separately discussed.
    Ex. To transfer money from budget head to budget head within defined rules, is vitally important for the efficient running of a library.
    Ex. An accessions file could be of interest to users, informing them of books on order or recently received, but it may be thought necessary to prevent users from seeing the ordering details (supplier, order number, budget heading, etc.).
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    (n.) = budget fund, budget head, budget heading

    Ex: Criteria for allocating book budget funds should be based on 11 factors which are separately discussed.

    Ex: To transfer money from budget head to budget head within defined rules, is vitally important for the efficient running of a library.
    Ex: An accessions file could be of interest to users, informing them of books on order or recently received, but it may be thought necessary to prevent users from seeing the ordering details (supplier, order number, budget heading, etc.).

    Spanish-English dictionary > central de gastos

  • 2 conocer de lo que Alguien o Algo es capaz

    (v.) = have + Nombre + figured out
    Ex. Or still others think they have the library figured out, probably because of recent cuts in the book budget they read about in the campus newspaper.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + Nombre + figured out

    Ex: Or still others think they have the library figured out, probably because of recent cuts in the book budget they read about in the campus newspaper.

    Spanish-English dictionary > conocer de lo que Alguien o Algo es capaz

  • 3 conocer lo que Alguien o Algo es capaz de hacer

    (v.) = have + Nombre + figured out
    Ex. Or still others think they have the library figured out, probably because of recent cuts in the book budget they read about in the campus newspaper.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + Nombre + figured out

    Ex: Or still others think they have the library figured out, probably because of recent cuts in the book budget they read about in the campus newspaper.

    Spanish-English dictionary > conocer lo que Alguien o Algo es capaz de hacer

  • 4 consumo innecesario de

    (n.) = drain on
    Ex. A book detection system was installed to curb thefts which had been seriously eroding the library's resources for some time, creating a heavy drain on the limited book budget.
    * * *
    (n.) = drain on

    Ex: A book detection system was installed to curb thefts which had been seriously eroding the library's resources for some time, creating a heavy drain on the limited book budget.

    Spanish-English dictionary > consumo innecesario de

  • 5 dedicación del personal

    Ex. Cuts in the 1988 budget have resulted in cuts in opening hours, staff hours, and book budget.
    * * *

    Ex: Cuts in the 1988 budget have resulted in cuts in opening hours, staff hours, and book budget.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dedicación del personal

  • 6 frenar

    v.
    1 to brake (automobiles).
    El auto frena de repente The car brakes suddenly.
    Ricardo frenó el auto Richard braked the car.
    2 to check.
    los altos tipos de interés frenan a los inversores the high interest rates are holding investors back
    3 to rein in, to rein up, to rein back.
    El jinete frenó al caballo The rider reined in the horse.
    María frenó su lengua Mary checked her tongue.
    4 to halt, to set back, to slow down to a halt.
    El movimiento frenó The movement slowed down to a halt.
    5 to scotch, to spoke.
    El mecánico frena la rueda The mechanic scotches the wheel.
    * * *
    1 to brake
    2 figurado to restrain, check
    1 to brake
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    verb
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    1. VT
    1) (Aut, Mec) to brake
    2) (=contener) [+ inflación, crecimiento, avance, deterioro] to check, slow down; [+ pasiones, entusiasmo] to curb; [+ enemigo, ataque] to check, hold back
    2.
    VI (Aut) to brake

    frena, que viene una curva — brake, there's a bend coming up

    3.
    See:
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    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1) (Transp) to brake
    2) <proceso/deterioro> to slow... down; <alza/inflación> to curb, check; <progreso/desarrollo> to hold... back
    2.
    frenar vi to brake, apply the brake(s) (frml)
    3.
    frenarse v pron (refl) to restrain oneself
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    = put + the brakes on, stultify, rein in, curb, apply + the brakes, slow down, slow up, brake, hold + Nombre + back.
    Ex. At the heart of the debate on Community budget and agricultural reforms has been the UK's insistence on the need to put the brakes on runaway spending on agriculture.
    Ex. Excessive standardisation also tends to stultify development and improvement of IT products.
    Ex. If librarians hope to rein in escalating periodical prices, they must become more assertive consumers.
    Ex. A book detection system was installed to curb thefts which had been seriously eroding the library's resources for some time, creating a heavy drain on the limited book budget.
    Ex. The conclusion by the article 'Children's bookstores: applying the brakes' is that the rapid growth in children's bookstores and bookselling, documented in previous surveys, may have finally reached a plateau.
    Ex. However, the flight from DC appears to have slowed down more quickly than was anticipated, and we no longer read of large numbers of libraries making the change.
    Ex. Since cataloging is the most time consuming part of digitization, it has slowed up the placement of files.
    Ex. Last year the system was upgraded so the car will brake if the driver fails to react to a dangerous situation.
    Ex. Despite the improvements in the 17th edition, the scheme has been held back for years by the old policy of 'integrity of numbers' referred to above, the effects of which are not likely to be quickly mitigated.
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    * frenar el gasto público = curb + public spending.
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    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1) (Transp) to brake
    2) <proceso/deterioro> to slow... down; <alza/inflación> to curb, check; <progreso/desarrollo> to hold... back
    2.
    frenar vi to brake, apply the brake(s) (frml)
    3.
    frenarse v pron (refl) to restrain oneself
    * * *
    = put + the brakes on, stultify, rein in, curb, apply + the brakes, slow down, slow up, brake, hold + Nombre + back.

    Ex: At the heart of the debate on Community budget and agricultural reforms has been the UK's insistence on the need to put the brakes on runaway spending on agriculture.

    Ex: Excessive standardisation also tends to stultify development and improvement of IT products.
    Ex: If librarians hope to rein in escalating periodical prices, they must become more assertive consumers.
    Ex: A book detection system was installed to curb thefts which had been seriously eroding the library's resources for some time, creating a heavy drain on the limited book budget.
    Ex: The conclusion by the article 'Children's bookstores: applying the brakes' is that the rapid growth in children's bookstores and bookselling, documented in previous surveys, may have finally reached a plateau.
    Ex: However, the flight from DC appears to have slowed down more quickly than was anticipated, and we no longer read of large numbers of libraries making the change.
    Ex: Since cataloging is the most time consuming part of digitization, it has slowed up the placement of files.
    Ex: Last year the system was upgraded so the car will brake if the driver fails to react to a dangerous situation.
    Ex: Despite the improvements in the 17th edition, the scheme has been held back for years by the old policy of 'integrity of numbers' referred to above, the effects of which are not likely to be quickly mitigated.
    * frenar el gasto público = curb + public spending.

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    frenar [A1 ]
    vt
    A ( Transp) to brake
    B
    1 ‹proceso/deterioro› to slow … down, check; ‹alza/inflación› to curb, check, slow … down; ‹progreso/desarrollo› to hold … back, slow … up/down
    frena la maduración de la fruta it stops the fruit ripening so quickly, it slows down the ripening process of the fruit
    a veces uno tiene que frenar la lengua there are times when one has to hold one's tongue
    para frenar la ola de refugiados to stem the flow of refugees
    2 ‹ilusiones/esperanzas› to put a damper on
    ■ frenar
    vi
    to brake, apply the brake(s) ( frml)
    ( refl) to restrain oneself
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    frenar ( conjugate frenar) verbo transitivo
    1 (Transp) to brake
    2proceso/deterioroto slow … down;
    alza/inflación to curb, check;
    progreso/desarrolloto hold … back
    verbo intransitivo
    to brake, apply the brake(s) (frml)
    frenar verbo transitivo
    1 (un vehículo, máquina) to brake
    2 (contener) (crisis, inflación, etc) to slow down
    (una tendencia, un impulso) to restrain
    ' frenar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    retardar
    - seco
    English:
    arrest
    - brake
    - check
    - put on
    - slam on
    - apply
    - curb
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    vt
    1. [en vehículo] to brake
    2. [contener] to check;
    [disminuir] to curb, to slow down;
    medidas para frenar el desempleo measures to curb unemployment;
    nadie pudo frenar a la estrella brasileña no one could stop the Brazilian star;
    los altos tipos de interés frenan a los inversores the high interest rates are holding investors back
    vi
    [en vehículo] to brake
    * * *
    I v/i AUTO brake;
    frenar en seco brake sharply
    II v/t fig
    slow down; impulsos check
    * * *
    frenar vt
    1) : to brake
    2) detener: to curb, to check
    frenar vi
    : to apply the brakes
    * * *
    frenar vb to brake

    Spanish-English dictionary > frenar

  • 7 gasto innecesario de

    (n.) = drain on
    Ex. A book detection system was installed to curb thefts which had been seriously eroding the library's resources for some time, creating a heavy drain on the limited book budget.
    * * *
    (n.) = drain on

    Ex: A book detection system was installed to curb thefts which had been seriously eroding the library's resources for some time, creating a heavy drain on the limited book budget.

    Spanish-English dictionary > gasto innecesario de

  • 8 horario de apertura

    (n.) = opening hours, opening time, opening day, shopping hours, office hours, hours of operation
    Ex. Cuts in the 1988 budget have resulted in cuts in opening hours, staff hours, and book budget.
    Ex. On the final screen in the sequence, the default values for today's closing time and tomorrow's opening time may be overridden.
    Ex. Most of their libraries offer 9.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m. opening on weekdays, and a somewhat curtailed opening day on Saturdays.
    Ex. The author discusses the effects of the reform of the Sunday shopping hours on national shopping habits.
    Ex. They are open normal office hours, though some have experimented with late evening opening and some now open on Saturday mornings.
    Ex. Days and hours of operation are always weather-dependent and can result in earlier closures without notice.
    * * *
    (n.) = opening hours, opening time, opening day, shopping hours, office hours, hours of operation

    Ex: Cuts in the 1988 budget have resulted in cuts in opening hours, staff hours, and book budget.

    Ex: On the final screen in the sequence, the default values for today's closing time and tomorrow's opening time may be overridden.
    Ex: Most of their libraries offer 9.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m. opening on weekdays, and a somewhat curtailed opening day on Saturdays.
    Ex: The author discusses the effects of the reform of the Sunday shopping hours on national shopping habits.
    Ex: They are open normal office hours, though some have experimented with late evening opening and some now open on Saturday mornings.
    Ex: Days and hours of operation are always weather-dependent and can result in earlier closures without notice.

    * * *
    hours (of business) pl, opening hours pl

    Spanish-English dictionary > horario de apertura

  • 9 horario de atención al público

    (n.) = opening hours, hours of operation, banking hours
    Ex. Cuts in the 1988 budget have resulted in cuts in opening hours, staff hours, and book budget.
    Ex. Days and hours of operation are always weather-dependent and can result in earlier closures without notice.
    Ex. Standard banking hours are 9.30am-4pm Monday to Thursday, and 9.30am-5pm Friday, but some banks are open on Saturday mornings.
    * * *
    (n.) = opening hours, hours of operation, banking hours

    Ex: Cuts in the 1988 budget have resulted in cuts in opening hours, staff hours, and book budget.

    Ex: Days and hours of operation are always weather-dependent and can result in earlier closures without notice.
    Ex: Standard banking hours are 9.30am-4pm Monday to Thursday, and 9.30am-5pm Friday, but some banks are open on Saturday mornings.

    * * *
    hours (of business) pl, opening hours pl

    Spanish-English dictionary > horario de atención al público

  • 10 horario laboral

    working hours plural
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    (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

  • 11 libro

    m.
    1 book.
    libro de bolsillo (pocket-sized) paperback
    libro de cabecera bedside book
    libro de cocina cookery book
    libro de consulta reference book
    libro de cuentos storybook
    libro de ejercicios exercise book
    libro electrónico electronic book
    libro de familia = document containing personal details of the members of a family
    libro de reclamaciones complaints book
    libro verde green paper
    2 omasum.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: librar.
    * * *
    1 (gen) book
    2 ZOOLOGÍA third stomach
    1 accounts
    \
    llevar los libros to do the bookkeeping
    libro blanco PLÍTICA white paper
    libro de cabecera (favorito) favourite book 2 (guía) bible
    libro de caja cash-book
    libro de cocina cookery book, recipe book, US cookbook
    libro de consulta reference book
    libro de coro hymn book
    libro de familia book recording details of births, marriages, etc. in a family
    libro de horas book of hours
    libro de reclamaciones complaints book
    libro de texto textbook
    libro de visitas visitors' book
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    noun m.
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=obra impresa) book

    libro de cocina — cookery book, cookbook (EEUU)

    libro encuadernado, libro en pasta — hardback (book)

    libro escolar(=informe) school report; [de texto] schoolbook

    libro mágico, libro móvil — pop-up book

    2) (=registro) book

    llevar los libros — (Com) to keep the books o accounts

    libro de caja — cash book, petty cash book

    libro de familiabooklet containing family details (marriage, births) used for official purposes

    libro de vuelos — (Aer) logbook

    libro genealógico — (Agr) herd-book

    3) (Pol)
    * * *
    1) (Impr) book

    colgar los libroto quit (AmE) o (BrE) give up studying

    ser (como) un libro abierto: eres un libro abierto — I can read you like a book

    2) libros masculino plural (Fin)
    3) (Lit) ( parte) book
    * * *
    = book, text.
    Ex. A bibliographic data base comprises a set of records which refer to documents (such as books, films, periodical articles or reports).
    Ex. The authors of this work have had experience behind both reference desks and classroom lecterns and have felt strongly the lack of an adequate text on the training and education of the reference librarian.
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    * actitud ante los libros = set about books.
    * acto relacionado con el libro = book event.
    * adicto a los libros = bookaholic.
    * adquisición de libros = book supply, book purchasing.
    * almacén de libros = book-warehouse.
    * amante del libro = book lover [booklover].
    * amor por el libro = book-fancying.
    * anuncio publicitario de un libro = advertising blurb.
    * arte del libro = bookmanship.
    * audiolibro = talking book, audiobook [audio book].
    * Ayuda Internacional de Libros (BAI) = Book Aid International (BAI).
    * bibliotecario encargado de libros raros = rare book libarian.
    * biblioteconomía relacionada con los libros raros = rare book librarianship.
    * cadena del libro, la = book chain, the.
    * caja para transportar libros = book bin.
    * capacidad para libros = book capacity.
    * carrito de los libros = book truck, book trolley.
    * catálogo de libros = booklist [book list].
    * catálogo de libros en venta = publication(s) list.
    * catálogo en forma de libro = bookform catalogue, book catalogue.
    * catálogo en forma de libro encuadernado = bound book form catalogue.
    * catálogo impreso en forma de libro = printed book catalogue.
    * ciencia del libro = bookmanship.
    * cinta adhesiva ancha para libros = book tape.
    * colección de libros = book collection.
    * colección de libros de derecho en una prisión = prison law library.
    * colección de libros de jardinería = gardening collection.
    * colección de libros donados = gift collection.
    * colección de libros raros = rare book collection, rare collection.
    * coleccionista de libros = book-collector.
    * colocador de libros = book shelver, shelver.
    * comercialización del libro = bookselling [book selling].
    * comercio del libro = bookselling [book selling], book trade [booktrade].
    * comercio del libro, el = book business, the.
    * compra de libros = book buying [book-buying], book supply, book purchasing.
    * comprador de libros = book buyer.
    * conciencia del libro = book-consciousness.
    * confección de libros = bookmaking [book making].
    * con la extensión de un libro = book-length.
    * con una extensión similar a la de un libro = book-length.
    * creación de los índices de un libro = back-of-the-book indexing, back-of-book indexing.
    * crisis de la industria del libro = book crisis.
    * crisis del libro = book crisis.
    * de la extensión de un libro = book-length.
    * depósito de libros = book depot.
    * deshojar un libro = tear + book.
    * devorador de libros = book-eating.
    * distribuidor de libros = book dealer.
    * donación de libros = gift collection, book endowment, book donation, book gift.
    * edición de libros = book publishing.
    * encuadernación de libros = bookbinding [book-binding].
    * en forma de libro = in book form.
    * en formato de libro moderno = in codex form.
    * especialista en conservación de libros = book conservation specialist.
    * estantería para libros = book racks.
    * etiqueta identificadora del libro = label.
    * exposición de libros = book display.
    * expositor de libros = book display stand.
    * fabricación de libros = bookmaking [book making].
    * feria del libro = book fair.
    * ficha de préstamo del libro = book card [bookcard].
    * formato libro = book form [bookform].
    * Fundación de Libros Panafricanos = Pan-African Book Foundation.
    * gastos de libros = book expenditure.
    * historia del libro = book history.
    * ilustración de libros = book illustration.
    * ilustrador de libros = book illustrator.
    * impresión de libros = book-printing.
    * impresor de libros = bookmaker.
    * índice de libro = book index.
    * industria de la edición de libros = book publishing industry.
    * industria del libro = book industry.
    * industria del libro, la = bookmaking industry, the.
    * interesado por los libros = book-conscious.
    * interés por los libros = awareness of books.
    * ISBN (Número Internacional Normalizado para Libros) = ISBN (International Standard Book Number).
    * ladrillos y libros = brick and book.
    * lector de libros = book reader.
    * libro antiguo = old book, antiquarian book, rare book.
    * libro azul = Blue book.
    * Libro Blanco = White Paper.
    * libro científico = scientific book, scholarly book.
    * libro comercial = trade book.
    * libro como objeto = book-object.
    * libro con estructura plegable = pop-up book.
    * libro con ilustraciones = picture book.
    * libro conmemorativo = keepsake.
    * libro con precio de venta fijado = net book.
    * libro con precio de venta no fijado = non-net book.
    * libro de arte = art book.
    * libro de artista = livre d'artiste, artist's book.
    * libro de casos prácticos = case book.
    * libro de citas = citator.
    * libro de cocina = book on cookery, cookbook.
    * libro de codificación = codebook.
    * libro de consulta en sala = reserve room book.
    * libro de contabilidad = ledger.
    * libro de cuentas = account book.
    * libro de derecho = law book.
    * libro de divulgación científica = popular science book.
    * libro de ejercicios = workbook [work-book].
    * libro de empresa = organisation manual.
    * libro de estudio = study book.
    * libro de firmas = guest book [guestbook].
    * libro de historia = history book.
    * libro de hojas de palmera = palm leaf book.
    * libro de honor = guest book [guestbook].
    * libro de jardinería = gardening book.
    * libro de la biblioteca = library book.
    * libro de literatura no ficticia = non-fiction book.
    * libro de lujo = gift book.
    * libro de mayor venta = bestseller [best seller/best-seller].
    * libro de melodías = tunebook.
    * libro de navegación = book of navigation.
    * libro de notas = mark book.
    * libro de orígenes = studbook.
    * libro de pastas amarillas = yellow-back.
    * libro de prácticas = resource book.
    * libro de préstamo vencido = overdue book.
    * libro de recuerdo = keepsake.
    * libro de regalo = gift book.
    * libro de registro = accessions register, accessions book, accessions ledger.
    * libro de registro de entrada y salida de cartas = letterbook [letter book].
    * libro de reglas de un juego = rulebook.
    * libro de sermones = lectionary.
    * libro de sobremesa = coffee-table book.
    * libro de texto = school book, text, textbook [text book].
    * libro de texto de una asignatura = set course book.
    * libro de texto escolar = school text.
    * libro de viajes = travel book, travelogue [travelog, -USA].
    * libro educativo = educational book.
    * libro electrónico = electronic book (e-book/ebook).
    * libro encuadernado en tapa = hard book cover, hardback cover, hardback book.
    * libro en rústica = paperback, paperback book, paperbound book, trade paperback, pocketbook.
    * libro esencial = bedside book.
    * libro fantasma = dummy book.
    * libro ficticio = dummy book.
    * libro físico = physical book.
    * libro fotolitografiado = photolitho book.
    * libro frágil = brittle book.
    * libro genealógico = studbook.
    * libro grabado en audio = talking book, audiobook [audio book].
    * libro hablado = talking book, audiobook [audio book].
    * libro homenaje = Festschrift [Festschriften, -pl.], commemorative volume, memorial volume.
    * libro ilustrado = livre d'artiste, illustrated book.
    * libro impreso = press book, printed book.
    * libro impreso en pastas duras = board book.
    * libro infantil = children's book.
    * libro juvenil = young people's book, juvenile book.
    * libro litográfico = lithographed book.
    * libro litúrgico = liturgical work.
    * libro más vendido = bestseller [best seller/best-seller], blockbuster.
    * libro miniatura = miniature book.
    * libro narrativo = fictional book.
    * libro para empollar = crammer.
    * libro parlante = talking book, audiobook [audio book].
    * libro prohibido = banned book.
    * libro raro = rare book.
    * libro reservado = reserved book.
    * libros = book material.
    * libro sagrado = sacred book, sacred scripture.
    * Libros Americanos en Rústica en Venta = Paperbound Books in Print.
    * Libros Británicos en Rústica en Venta = Paperbacks in Print.
    * Libros Británicos en Venta = British Books in Print.
    * Libros de Texto para Africa (TAP) = Textbooks for Africa (TAP).
    * libros en venta = books in print.
    * libro sonoro = talking book, audiobook [audio book].
    * libros sobre curiosidades = curiosa.
    * libro táctil = tactile book.
    * libro táctil de dibujos = tactile picture book.
    * libro tipográfico = letterpress book.
    * libro trofeo de guerra = trophy book.
    * libro verde = green paper.
    * lista de libros = booklist [book list].
    * lista de libros enviados a encuadernar = bindery list.
    * lomo del libro = book spine.
    * máquina de coser libros = book-sewing machine.
    * maquina de grapar libros = book-stapling machine.
    * mercado del libro, el = book market, the.
    * movimiento de libros = bookshift.
    * mundo del comercio del libro = book-trade life.
    * mundo del libro, el = book world, the.
    * mutilación de libros = book mutilation.
    * no debes juzgar un libro por el color de sus pastas = don't judge a book by its cover, don't judge a book by its cover.
    * novelas o libros que se compran en el supermercado = self-help.
    * obsesionado con los libros = bookaholic.
    * obseso con los libros = bookaholic.
    * parásito del libro = book insect.
    * piojo de los libros = booklouse [booklice, -pl.].
    * posesión de libros propios = book ownership.
    * presentación de libros = book talk [booktalk/book-talk].
    * prestamista de libros = book lender.
    * préstamo de libros = book lending, checking out books.
    * prestar un libro = check out + book.
    * presupuesto para la compra de libros = book funds [bookfunds].
    * presupuesto para libros = book budget.
    * proceso técnico del libro = book preparation, book processing.
    * producción de libros = book production, book publishing.
    * promoción de libros = book promotion.
    * quema de libros = book burning.
    * que no es libro de texto = non-textbook.
    * recensión de libros = reviewing.
    * relacionado con la promoción de libros = book-promotional.
    * relacionado con los libros = book-related.
    * reproducción ilegal de libros = book piracy.
    * reserva de libro = book reservation.
    * reserva de libros = reserve book room.
    * reservar libros = reserve + books.
    * retirar un libro en préstamo = check out + book.
    * rincón del libro = book corner.
    * robo de libros = book stealing, book theft.
    * sacar libro en préstamo = borrow + book.
    * sala de libros raros = rare book room.
    * saldo del libro de cuentas = account book balance.
    * sección de libros en rústica = paperback rack.
    * seleccionador de libros = book selector.
    * selección de libros = book selection.
    * sello para libros = book stamp.
    * ser como un libro abierto = be an open book.
    * ser un libro abierto = be an open book.
    * servicio de libros a domicilio = homebound service.
    * servicio relacionado con los libros = book service.
    * sistema antirrobo de libros = book security system, library security system.
    * sistema de detección de libros = book detection system.
    * sociedad sin libros = bookless society.
    * soporte de libro = book support.
    * suministro de libros = book supply.
    * traslado de libros = bookmove.
    * vale canjeable por un libro = book token.
    * venta de libros = bookselling [book selling].
    * * *
    1) (Impr) book

    colgar los libroto quit (AmE) o (BrE) give up studying

    ser (como) un libro abierto: eres un libro abierto — I can read you like a book

    2) libros masculino plural (Fin)
    3) (Lit) ( parte) book
    * * *
    = book, text.

    Ex: A bibliographic data base comprises a set of records which refer to documents (such as books, films, periodical articles or reports).

    Ex: The authors of this work have had experience behind both reference desks and classroom lecterns and have felt strongly the lack of an adequate text on the training and education of the reference librarian.
    * actitud ante los libros = set about books.
    * acto relacionado con el libro = book event.
    * adicto a los libros = bookaholic.
    * adquisición de libros = book supply, book purchasing.
    * almacén de libros = book-warehouse.
    * amante del libro = book lover [booklover].
    * amor por el libro = book-fancying.
    * anuncio publicitario de un libro = advertising blurb.
    * arte del libro = bookmanship.
    * audiolibro = talking book, audiobook [audio book].
    * Ayuda Internacional de Libros (BAI) = Book Aid International (BAI).
    * bibliotecario encargado de libros raros = rare book libarian.
    * biblioteconomía relacionada con los libros raros = rare book librarianship.
    * cadena del libro, la = book chain, the.
    * caja para transportar libros = book bin.
    * capacidad para libros = book capacity.
    * carrito de los libros = book truck, book trolley.
    * catálogo de libros = booklist [book list].
    * catálogo de libros en venta = publication(s) list.
    * catálogo en forma de libro = bookform catalogue, book catalogue.
    * catálogo en forma de libro encuadernado = bound book form catalogue.
    * catálogo impreso en forma de libro = printed book catalogue.
    * ciencia del libro = bookmanship.
    * cinta adhesiva ancha para libros = book tape.
    * colección de libros = book collection.
    * colección de libros de derecho en una prisión = prison law library.
    * colección de libros de jardinería = gardening collection.
    * colección de libros donados = gift collection.
    * colección de libros raros = rare book collection, rare collection.
    * coleccionista de libros = book-collector.
    * colocador de libros = book shelver, shelver.
    * comercialización del libro = bookselling [book selling].
    * comercio del libro = bookselling [book selling], book trade [booktrade].
    * comercio del libro, el = book business, the.
    * compra de libros = book buying [book-buying], book supply, book purchasing.
    * comprador de libros = book buyer.
    * conciencia del libro = book-consciousness.
    * confección de libros = bookmaking [book making].
    * con la extensión de un libro = book-length.
    * con una extensión similar a la de un libro = book-length.
    * creación de los índices de un libro = back-of-the-book indexing, back-of-book indexing.
    * crisis de la industria del libro = book crisis.
    * crisis del libro = book crisis.
    * de la extensión de un libro = book-length.
    * depósito de libros = book depot.
    * deshojar un libro = tear + book.
    * devorador de libros = book-eating.
    * distribuidor de libros = book dealer.
    * donación de libros = gift collection, book endowment, book donation, book gift.
    * edición de libros = book publishing.
    * encuadernación de libros = bookbinding [book-binding].
    * en forma de libro = in book form.
    * en formato de libro moderno = in codex form.
    * especialista en conservación de libros = book conservation specialist.
    * estantería para libros = book racks.
    * etiqueta identificadora del libro = label.
    * exposición de libros = book display.
    * expositor de libros = book display stand.
    * fabricación de libros = bookmaking [book making].
    * feria del libro = book fair.
    * ficha de préstamo del libro = book card [bookcard].
    * formato libro = book form [bookform].
    * Fundación de Libros Panafricanos = Pan-African Book Foundation.
    * gastos de libros = book expenditure.
    * historia del libro = book history.
    * ilustración de libros = book illustration.
    * ilustrador de libros = book illustrator.
    * impresión de libros = book-printing.
    * impresor de libros = bookmaker.
    * índice de libro = book index.
    * industria de la edición de libros = book publishing industry.
    * industria del libro = book industry.
    * industria del libro, la = bookmaking industry, the.
    * interesado por los libros = book-conscious.
    * interés por los libros = awareness of books.
    * ISBN (Número Internacional Normalizado para Libros) = ISBN (International Standard Book Number).
    * ladrillos y libros = brick and book.
    * lector de libros = book reader.
    * libro antiguo = old book, antiquarian book, rare book.
    * libro azul = Blue book.
    * Libro Blanco = White Paper.
    * libro científico = scientific book, scholarly book.
    * libro comercial = trade book.
    * libro como objeto = book-object.
    * libro con estructura plegable = pop-up book.
    * libro con ilustraciones = picture book.
    * libro conmemorativo = keepsake.
    * libro con precio de venta fijado = net book.
    * libro con precio de venta no fijado = non-net book.
    * libro de arte = art book.
    * libro de artista = livre d'artiste, artist's book.
    * libro de casos prácticos = case book.
    * libro de citas = citator.
    * libro de cocina = book on cookery, cookbook.
    * libro de codificación = codebook.
    * libro de consulta en sala = reserve room book.
    * libro de contabilidad = ledger.
    * libro de cuentas = account book.
    * libro de derecho = law book.
    * libro de divulgación científica = popular science book.
    * libro de ejercicios = workbook [work-book].
    * libro de empresa = organisation manual.
    * libro de estudio = study book.
    * libro de firmas = guest book [guestbook].
    * libro de historia = history book.
    * libro de hojas de palmera = palm leaf book.
    * libro de honor = guest book [guestbook].
    * libro de jardinería = gardening book.
    * libro de la biblioteca = library book.
    * libro de literatura no ficticia = non-fiction book.
    * libro de lujo = gift book.
    * libro de mayor venta = bestseller [best seller/best-seller].
    * libro de melodías = tunebook.
    * libro de navegación = book of navigation.
    * libro de notas = mark book.
    * libro de orígenes = studbook.
    * libro de pastas amarillas = yellow-back.
    * libro de prácticas = resource book.
    * libro de préstamo vencido = overdue book.
    * libro de recuerdo = keepsake.
    * libro de regalo = gift book.
    * libro de registro = accessions register, accessions book, accessions ledger.
    * libro de registro de entrada y salida de cartas = letterbook [letter book].
    * libro de reglas de un juego = rulebook.
    * libro de sermones = lectionary.
    * libro de sobremesa = coffee-table book.
    * libro de texto = school book, text, textbook [text book].
    * libro de texto de una asignatura = set course book.
    * libro de texto escolar = school text.
    * libro de viajes = travel book, travelogue [travelog, -USA].
    * libro educativo = educational book.
    * libro electrónico = electronic book (e-book/ebook).
    * libro encuadernado en tapa = hard book cover, hardback cover, hardback book.
    * libro en rústica = paperback, paperback book, paperbound book, trade paperback, pocketbook.
    * libro esencial = bedside book.
    * libro fantasma = dummy book.
    * libro ficticio = dummy book.
    * libro físico = physical book.
    * libro fotolitografiado = photolitho book.
    * libro frágil = brittle book.
    * libro genealógico = studbook.
    * libro grabado en audio = talking book, audiobook [audio book].
    * libro hablado = talking book, audiobook [audio book].
    * libro homenaje = Festschrift [Festschriften, -pl.], commemorative volume, memorial volume.
    * libro ilustrado = livre d'artiste, illustrated book.
    * libro impreso = press book, printed book.
    * libro impreso en pastas duras = board book.
    * libro infantil = children's book.
    * libro juvenil = young people's book, juvenile book.
    * libro litográfico = lithographed book.
    * libro litúrgico = liturgical work.
    * libro más vendido = bestseller [best seller/best-seller], blockbuster.
    * libro miniatura = miniature book.
    * libro narrativo = fictional book.
    * libro para empollar = crammer.
    * libro parlante = talking book, audiobook [audio book].
    * libro prohibido = banned book.
    * libro raro = rare book.
    * libro reservado = reserved book.
    * libros = book material.
    * libro sagrado = sacred book, sacred scripture.
    * Libros Americanos en Rústica en Venta = Paperbound Books in Print.
    * Libros Británicos en Rústica en Venta = Paperbacks in Print.
    * Libros Británicos en Venta = British Books in Print.
    * Libros de Texto para Africa (TAP) = Textbooks for Africa (TAP).
    * libros en venta = books in print.
    * libro sonoro = talking book, audiobook [audio book].
    * libros sobre curiosidades = curiosa.
    * libro táctil = tactile book.
    * libro táctil de dibujos = tactile picture book.
    * libro tipográfico = letterpress book.
    * libro trofeo de guerra = trophy book.
    * libro verde = green paper.
    * lista de libros = booklist [book list].
    * lista de libros enviados a encuadernar = bindery list.
    * lomo del libro = book spine.
    * máquina de coser libros = book-sewing machine.
    * maquina de grapar libros = book-stapling machine.
    * mercado del libro, el = book market, the.
    * movimiento de libros = bookshift.
    * mundo del comercio del libro = book-trade life.
    * mundo del libro, el = book world, the.
    * mutilación de libros = book mutilation.
    * no debes juzgar un libro por el color de sus pastas = don't judge a book by its cover, don't judge a book by its cover.
    * novelas o libros que se compran en el supermercado = self-help.
    * obsesionado con los libros = bookaholic.
    * obseso con los libros = bookaholic.
    * parásito del libro = book insect.
    * piojo de los libros = booklouse [booklice, -pl.].
    * posesión de libros propios = book ownership.
    * presentación de libros = book talk [booktalk/book-talk].
    * prestamista de libros = book lender.
    * préstamo de libros = book lending, checking out books.
    * prestar un libro = check out + book.
    * presupuesto para la compra de libros = book funds [bookfunds].
    * presupuesto para libros = book budget.
    * proceso técnico del libro = book preparation, book processing.
    * producción de libros = book production, book publishing.
    * promoción de libros = book promotion.
    * quema de libros = book burning.
    * que no es libro de texto = non-textbook.
    * recensión de libros = reviewing.
    * relacionado con la promoción de libros = book-promotional.
    * relacionado con los libros = book-related.
    * reproducción ilegal de libros = book piracy.
    * reserva de libro = book reservation.
    * reserva de libros = reserve book room.
    * reservar libros = reserve + books.
    * retirar un libro en préstamo = check out + book.
    * rincón del libro = book corner.
    * robo de libros = book stealing, book theft.
    * sacar libro en préstamo = borrow + book.
    * sala de libros raros = rare book room.
    * saldo del libro de cuentas = account book balance.
    * sección de libros en rústica = paperback rack.
    * seleccionador de libros = book selector.
    * selección de libros = book selection.
    * sello para libros = book stamp.
    * ser como un libro abierto = be an open book.
    * ser un libro abierto = be an open book.
    * servicio de libros a domicilio = homebound service.
    * servicio relacionado con los libros = book service.
    * sistema antirrobo de libros = book security system, library security system.
    * sistema de detección de libros = book detection system.
    * sociedad sin libros = bookless society.
    * soporte de libro = book support.
    * suministro de libros = book supply.
    * traslado de libros = bookmove.
    * vale canjeable por un libro = book token.
    * venta de libros = bookselling [book selling].

    * * *
    A ( Impr) book
    un libro de arquitectura/sobre el imperio romano a book on architecture/on the Roman Empire
    un libro de cocina a cookbook, a cookery book ( BrE)
    hablar como un libro (abierto) (con afectación) to use high-flown o highfalutin language; (con sensatez) to talk sense, know what one is talking about
    perder los libros to lose one's touch, lose the knack ( colloq)
    sabérselas por libro ( Chi); to know every trick in the book, know what one is talking about/doing
    ser (como) un libro abierto to be an open book
    no intentes negarlo, eres un libro abierto don't try to deny it, I can read you like a book o you're an open book
    1 ( Fin):
    llevaba los libro de la empresa I was keeping the books o doing the bookkeeping for the company
    2
    (lectura): no le gustan los libros he doesn't like reading
    colgar los libro to quit ( AmE) o ( BrE) give up studying
    C ( Lit) (parte) book
    Compuestos:
    pop-up book
    (preparadopor el gobierno) consultation document, white paper ( BrE); (— por una organización independiente) report, consultation document
    minute book
    paperback
    cashbook
    reference book
    libro de contabilidad or cuentas
    ledger
    book of short stories
    school record
    style guide
    booklet recording details of one's marriage, children's birthdates, etc
    instruction manual
    reader
    teacher's book
    prayer book
    order book
    poetry book, book of poems
    new title
    complaints book
    register
    hardback
    textbook
    travel guide
    visitors' book; guest book
    daybook
    stock book
    libro mágico or mecánico or móvil
    pop-up book
    general ledger
    * * *

     

    Del verbo librar: ( conjugate librar)

    libro es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    libró es:

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

    Multiple Entries:
    librar    
    libro
    librar ( conjugate librar) verbo transitivo
    1 ( liberar) libro a algn de algo ‹ de peligro› to save sb from sth;
    de obligación/responsabilidad› to free sb from sth;
    ¡Dios nos libre! God forbid!

    2batalla/combate to fight
    librarse verbo pronominal:

    librose de algo ‹de tarea/obligación to get out of sth;
    librose de un castigo to escape punishment;
    se libró de tener que ayudarlo she got out of having to help him;
    se libroon de morir asfixiados they escaped being suffocated;
    librose de algn to get rid of sb
    libro sustantivo masculino (Impr) book;
    un libro de cocina a cookbook;
    llevar los libros (Fin) to do the bookkeeping;
    libro de bolsillo paperback;
    libro de consulta reference book;
    libro de escolaridad school record;
    libro de familia booklet recording details of one's marriage, children's birthdates, etc;
    libro de texto textbook
    librar
    I verbo transitivo
    1 to free: me libró de un castigo, she let me off from a punishment
    2 (una orden de pago) to draw
    II vi (tener el día libre) libra los fines de semana, he has weekends off
    libro sustantivo masculino book
    Fin libro de cuentas, account book
    Educ libro de texto, textbook

    ' libro' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    abajo
    - abarquillarse
    - agotada
    - agotado
    - analogía
    - apaisada
    - apaisado
    - apéndice
    - atravesarse
    - baja
    - bajo
    - bastante
    - bien
    - bolsillo
    - cabecera
    - capítulo
    - censurar
    - cepillarse
    - cita
    - congratularse
    - cualquiera
    - cuerpo
    - curiosidad
    - datar
    - de
    - decir
    - deformación
    - desastre
    - desgraciada
    - desgraciado
    - devolver
    - diente
    - divertida
    - divertido
    - divulgación
    - edición
    - ejemplar
    - empalagosa
    - empalagoso
    - encuadernación
    - entender
    - feria
    - ficha
    - grabada
    - grabado
    - guía
    - hincar
    - hoja
    - homenaje
    - ilustrar
    English:
    about
    - above
    - abridged
    - acknowledgement
    - annual
    - appearance
    - audio
    - autograph
    - back
    - base
    - bash out
    - be
    - bed
    - bind
    - blockbuster
    - body
    - book
    - bookmark
    - bookrack
    - bore
    - boring
    - bound
    - bring out
    - browse
    - capture
    - chapter
    - coda
    - come out
    - content
    - cookbook
    - cookery book
    - copy
    - cover
    - crease
    - deadly
    - deal with
    - dedication
    - derivative
    - diary
    - dip into
    - dull
    - early
    - edit
    - editor
    - entitle
    - escape
    - exemplify
    - exploit
    - extract
    - fall
    * * *
    libro nm
    1. [impreso] book;
    un libro de aventuras a book of adventure stories;
    hablar como un libro to express oneself very clearly;
    Fam
    ser (como) un libro abierto to be an open book
    libro de bolsillo (pocket-sized) paperback;
    libro de cabecera bedside book;
    libro de canciones song book;
    libro de cocina cookbook, Br cookery book;
    libro de consulta reference book;
    libro de cuentos storybook;
    libro electrónico electronic book;
    libro de estilo style guide;
    libro de himnos hymn book;
    libro de instrucciones instruction book o manual;
    Rel libro sagrado Book [in Bible];
    libro de texto textbook;
    libro de viajes travel book
    2. Pol paper
    libro blanco white paper;
    libro verde green paper
    3. [registro] book;
    llevar los libros to keep the books
    Com libro de caja cashbook; Com libro de contabilidad accounts book; Educ libro de escolaridad = book containing a complete record of a pupil's academic results throughout his or her time at school;
    libro de familia = document containing personal details of the members of a family;
    libro de oro visitors' book [for important guests];
    libro de pedidos order book;
    libro de reclamaciones complaints book;
    libro de visitas visitors' book
    4. Fin libro diario [para transacciones] journal, day book
    * * *
    m book;
    colgar los libros quit studying;
    hablar como un libro talk like a book, use highfalutin language
    * * *
    libro nm
    1) : book
    libro de texto: textbook
    2) libros nmpl
    : books (in bookkeeping), accounts
    llevar los libros: to keep the books
    * * *
    libro n book

    Spanish-English dictionary > libro

  • 12 partida presupuestaria

    f.
    budgetary assignment.
    * * *
    (n.) = fund, library fund, budget heading, budget fund, budget head
    Ex. If the price is different, the default price should be changed so that the financial records for the fund are correctly committed.
    Ex. The acquisition file is indexed by vendor and library fund.
    Ex. An accessions file could be of interest to users, informing them of books on order or recently received, but it may be thought necessary to prevent users from seeing the ordering details (supplier, order number, budget heading, etc.).
    Ex. Criteria for allocating book budget funds should be based on 11 factors which are separately discussed.
    Ex. To transfer money from budget head to budget head within defined rules, is vitally important for the efficient running of a library.
    * * *
    (n.) = fund, library fund, budget heading, budget fund, budget head

    Ex: If the price is different, the default price should be changed so that the financial records for the fund are correctly committed.

    Ex: The acquisition file is indexed by vendor and library fund.
    Ex: An accessions file could be of interest to users, informing them of books on order or recently received, but it may be thought necessary to prevent users from seeing the ordering details (supplier, order number, budget heading, etc.).
    Ex: Criteria for allocating book budget funds should be based on 11 factors which are separately discussed.
    Ex: To transfer money from budget head to budget head within defined rules, is vitally important for the efficient running of a library.

    Spanish-English dictionary > partida presupuestaria

  • 13 periódico universitario

    Ex. Or still others think they have the library figured out, probably because of recent cuts in the book budget they read about in the campus newspaper.
    * * *

    Ex: Or still others think they have the library figured out, probably because of recent cuts in the book budget they read about in the campus newspaper.

    Spanish-English dictionary > periódico universitario

  • 14 poner fin

    v.
    to put an end.
    * * *
    (v.) = curb, bring to + a close, draw to + a close
    Ex. A book detection system was installed to curb thefts which had been seriously eroding the library's resources for some time, creating a heavy drain on the limited book budget.
    Ex. 2006 was brought to a close with a flurry of acquisitions.
    Ex. In 1971 the experimental phase of PRECIS was drawing to a close as the system became operational in the British national bibliography.
    * * *
    (v.) = curb, bring to + a close, draw to + a close

    Ex: A book detection system was installed to curb thefts which had been seriously eroding the library's resources for some time, creating a heavy drain on the limited book budget.

    Ex: 2006 was brought to a close with a flurry of acquisitions.
    Ex: In 1971 the experimental phase of PRECIS was drawing to a close as the system became operational in the British national bibliography.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poner fin

  • 15 poner freno

    (v.) = curb
    Ex. A book detection system was installed to curb thefts which had been seriously eroding the library's resources for some time, creating a heavy drain on the limited book budget.
    * * *
    (v.) = curb

    Ex: A book detection system was installed to curb thefts which had been seriously eroding the library's resources for some time, creating a heavy drain on the limited book budget.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poner freno

  • 16 presupuesto

    adj.
    presupposed, estimated.
    m.
    1 budget, estimate.
    2 presupposition.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: presuponer.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: presupuestar.
    * * *
    1 (en finanzas, política) budget; (de una obra, reparación) estimate
    2 (supuesto) assumption
    ————————
    1→ link=presuponer presuponer
    1 (en finanzas, política) budget; (de una obra, reparación) estimate
    2 (supuesto) assumption
    \
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    SM
    1) (Econ) budget
    2) [para obra, encargo etc] estimate
    3) (=supuesto) premise, assumption
    * * *
    1)
    a) (Fin) budget

    presupuestos generales del Estado — state/national budget

    b) ( precio estimado) estimate

    pedir/hacer un presupuesto — to ask for/give an estimate

    2) ( supuesto) assumption, supposition
    * * *
    = assumption, budget, presumption, presupposition [pre-supposition], quotation, financial statement, budget dollar, purse strings, budget allocation, budgetary allocation, quote.
    Ex. Also, in controlled indexing language data bases, there is often an assumption that a user will be prepared to chase strings of references or to consult a sometimes complex thesaurus.
    Ex. Factors here may be: total budget available for the production of abstracts.
    Ex. Some of these presumptions have served only to perpetuate misconceptions of collection.
    Ex. Computers hold pre-defined and fixed presuppositions, whilst those of humans are unpredictable.
    Ex. When costing, the quotation given seriously underestimated the time needed for the job = Cuando se calculó el costo, el presupuesto que se dio subestimó en gran medida el tiempo necesario para hacer el trabajo.
    Ex. These include an explanatory memorandum which sets out the background of the proposal, and usually also a financial statement of likely budget expenditure.
    Ex. The library and information sectors have to escalate their fight for every budget dollar, and some struggle to justify their very existence.
    Ex. The problem is spreading rapidly, affecting people at all levels of society some of whom control the fate and purse strings of libraries.
    Ex. If there is no policy of standardization, the librarian will be free to choose any suitable system within the budget allocation.
    Ex. The figures in brackets are the percentages of the 1982 budgetary allocations for research.
    Ex. This is the most cost-effective method of acquisition because of the opportunity to choose the least expensive quote from multiple quotes through increasing purchasing power.
    ----
    * administrar el presupuesto = manage + funds.
    * agotar el presupuesto = drain + budget.
    * asignación de presupuesto = budgeting.
    * asignar un presupuesto = allocate + funds.
    * aumentar el presupuesto = add + monies to + budget.
    * austeridad de los presupuestos = budgetary stringency.
    * basarse en + presupuesto = assumption + undergird.
    * confección del presupuesto = budgeting.
    * congelación de los presupuestos = budget freeze.
    * congelar el presupuesto = freeze + budget.
    * controlar el presupuesto = control + the purse strings.
    * control de los presupuestos = budgetary control.
    * con un presupuesto limitado = low-budget.
    * con un presupuesto muy exiguo = on a shoestring (budget).
    * con un presupuesto reducido = low-budget.
    * dado a recortar presupuestos = budget-cutting.
    * elaboración del presupuesto = budgeting process.
    * elaboración de presupuesto = budgeting.
    * encargado de hacer el presupuesto = budgetmaker.
    * encargarse del presupuesto = control + the purse strings.
    * equilibrar el presupuesto = balance + the budget.
    * exceso en el presupuesto = budget overrun, overrun [over-run], cost overrun.
    * hacer un presupuesto = cost.
    * inflar un presupuesto = pad + a budget.
    * limitación del presupuesto = budget constraint.
    * partir de presupuestos = make + assumption.
    * presupuesto asignado por actividades = performance budget.
    * presupuesto asignado según una fórmula = formula budget.
    * presupuesto cada vez más pequeño = shrinking budget.
    * presupuesto cada vez menor = shrinking budget.
    * presupuesto congelado = stagnant budget, frozen budget.
    * presupuesto de adquisiciones = acquisitions budget.
    * presupuesto de base cero = zero-base(d) budgeting (ZZB), zero-base(d) budget.
    * presupuesto desglosado por partidas = programme budget, programme budgetting.
    * presupuesto detallado = line item budget.
    * presupuesto exiguo = shoestring budget.
    * presupuesto extraordinario = capital grant.
    * presupuesto global = lump sum budget.
    * presupuesto para adquisición de material = capital budget.
    * presupuesto para gastos de funcionamiento = operating budget, operating funds.
    * presupuesto para la compra de libros = book funds [bookfunds].
    * presupuesto para la compra de material = materials budget.
    * presupuesto para libros = book budget.
    * presupuesto precario = shoestring budget.
    * presupuesto público = public funding.
    * presupuestos = funding.
    * presupuestos de la mayoría = majority assumptions.
    * presupuestos públicos = state finance.
    * proceso de asignación de presupuestos = budgetary process.
    * recortar el presupuesto = cut back + budget, cut + budget, squeeze + budget.
    * recorte del presupuesto = budgetary constraint, funding cut.
    * recorte de presupuesto = cut in budget.
    * recorte en el presupuesto = funding cut.
    * reducir el presupuesto = cut + monies from + budget.
    * sin exceder el presupuesto = budgetable.
    * * *
    1)
    a) (Fin) budget

    presupuestos generales del Estado — state/national budget

    b) ( precio estimado) estimate

    pedir/hacer un presupuesto — to ask for/give an estimate

    2) ( supuesto) assumption, supposition
    * * *
    = assumption, budget, presumption, presupposition [pre-supposition], quotation, financial statement, budget dollar, purse strings, budget allocation, budgetary allocation, quote.

    Ex: Also, in controlled indexing language data bases, there is often an assumption that a user will be prepared to chase strings of references or to consult a sometimes complex thesaurus.

    Ex: Factors here may be: total budget available for the production of abstracts.
    Ex: Some of these presumptions have served only to perpetuate misconceptions of collection.
    Ex: Computers hold pre-defined and fixed presuppositions, whilst those of humans are unpredictable.
    Ex: When costing, the quotation given seriously underestimated the time needed for the job = Cuando se calculó el costo, el presupuesto que se dio subestimó en gran medida el tiempo necesario para hacer el trabajo.
    Ex: These include an explanatory memorandum which sets out the background of the proposal, and usually also a financial statement of likely budget expenditure.
    Ex: The library and information sectors have to escalate their fight for every budget dollar, and some struggle to justify their very existence.
    Ex: The problem is spreading rapidly, affecting people at all levels of society some of whom control the fate and purse strings of libraries.
    Ex: If there is no policy of standardization, the librarian will be free to choose any suitable system within the budget allocation.
    Ex: The figures in brackets are the percentages of the 1982 budgetary allocations for research.
    Ex: This is the most cost-effective method of acquisition because of the opportunity to choose the least expensive quote from multiple quotes through increasing purchasing power.
    * administrar el presupuesto = manage + funds.
    * agotar el presupuesto = drain + budget.
    * asignación de presupuesto = budgeting.
    * asignar un presupuesto = allocate + funds.
    * aumentar el presupuesto = add + monies to + budget.
    * austeridad de los presupuestos = budgetary stringency.
    * basarse en + presupuesto = assumption + undergird.
    * confección del presupuesto = budgeting.
    * congelación de los presupuestos = budget freeze.
    * congelar el presupuesto = freeze + budget.
    * controlar el presupuesto = control + the purse strings.
    * control de los presupuestos = budgetary control.
    * con un presupuesto limitado = low-budget.
    * con un presupuesto muy exiguo = on a shoestring (budget).
    * con un presupuesto reducido = low-budget.
    * dado a recortar presupuestos = budget-cutting.
    * elaboración del presupuesto = budgeting process.
    * elaboración de presupuesto = budgeting.
    * encargado de hacer el presupuesto = budgetmaker.
    * encargarse del presupuesto = control + the purse strings.
    * equilibrar el presupuesto = balance + the budget.
    * exceso en el presupuesto = budget overrun, overrun [over-run], cost overrun.
    * hacer un presupuesto = cost.
    * inflar un presupuesto = pad + a budget.
    * limitación del presupuesto = budget constraint.
    * partir de presupuestos = make + assumption.
    * presupuesto asignado por actividades = performance budget.
    * presupuesto asignado según una fórmula = formula budget.
    * presupuesto cada vez más pequeño = shrinking budget.
    * presupuesto cada vez menor = shrinking budget.
    * presupuesto congelado = stagnant budget, frozen budget.
    * presupuesto de adquisiciones = acquisitions budget.
    * presupuesto de base cero = zero-base(d) budgeting (ZZB), zero-base(d) budget.
    * presupuesto desglosado por partidas = programme budget, programme budgetting.
    * presupuesto detallado = line item budget.
    * presupuesto exiguo = shoestring budget.
    * presupuesto extraordinario = capital grant.
    * presupuesto global = lump sum budget.
    * presupuesto para adquisición de material = capital budget.
    * presupuesto para gastos de funcionamiento = operating budget, operating funds.
    * presupuesto para la compra de libros = book funds [bookfunds].
    * presupuesto para la compra de material = materials budget.
    * presupuesto para libros = book budget.
    * presupuesto precario = shoestring budget.
    * presupuesto público = public funding.
    * presupuestos = funding.
    * presupuestos de la mayoría = majority assumptions.
    * presupuestos públicos = state finance.
    * proceso de asignación de presupuestos = budgetary process.
    * recortar el presupuesto = cut back + budget, cut + budget, squeeze + budget.
    * recorte del presupuesto = budgetary constraint, funding cut.
    * recorte de presupuesto = cut in budget.
    * recorte en el presupuesto = funding cut.
    * reducir el presupuesto = cut + monies from + budget.
    * sin exceder el presupuesto = budgetable.

    * * *
    A
    1 ( Fin) budget
    presupuestos generales del Estado state/national budget
    pedir/hacer un presupuesto to ask for/give an estimate
    B (supuesto) assumption, supposition
    parten de unos presupuestos falsos they are basing their theory on false assumptions o premises
    * * *

     

    Del verbo presuponer: ( conjugate presuponer)

    presupuesto es:

    el participio

    Del verbo presupuestar: ( conjugate presupuestar)

    presupuesto es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    presupuestó es:

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

    Multiple Entries:
    presuponer    
    presupuestar    
    presupuesto
    presuponer ( conjugate presuponer) verbo transitivo
    to presuppose (frml), assume
    presupuesto sustantivo masculino
    1
    a) (Fin) budget



    2 ( supuesto) assumption, supposition
    presuponer verbo transitivo to presuppose, assume
    presupuestar verbo transitivo
    1 (incluir en un presupuesto) to budget for
    2 (calcular gastos, ingresos) to estimate for
    presupuesto sustantivo masculino
    1 Fin budget
    2 (cálculo aproximado) estimate, (más detallado) quote
    3 (presuposición) supposition, assumption
    Estimate es el presupuesto que pides antes de encargar algún trabajo en un taller, tienda, etc. Budget es el presupuesto que te sirve para planificar tus gastos.
    ' presupuesto' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ajustada
    - ajustado
    - compromiso
    - consignar
    - contrapartida
    - dar
    - estiramiento
    - hinchar
    - holgada
    - holgado
    - inflar
    - militar
    - nivelar
    - partida
    - presupuestar
    - reforma
    - cotización
    - reducido
    - salir
    English:
    allocate
    - balance
    - budget
    - estimate
    - low-budget
    - quotation
    - quote
    - sales budget
    - B
    - leeway
    * * *
    presupuesto, -a
    participio
    ver presuponer
    nm
    1. [dinero disponible] budget
    presupuestos (generales) del Estado state budget, national budget
    2. [cálculo de costes] estimate;
    pedir (un) presupuesto to ask for an estimate;
    me han dado un presupuesto de dos millones they've given me an estimate of two million
    3. [suposición] assumption
    * * *
    I partpresuponer
    II m POL budget
    * * *
    1) : budget, estimate
    2) : assumption, supposition
    * * *
    antes de pintar el piso, pidió varios presupuestos before having the flat painted, she got several estimates

    Spanish-English dictionary > presupuesto

  • 17 presupuesto para libros

    (n.) = book budget
    Ex. Or still others think they have the library figured out, probably because of recent cuts in the book budget they read about in the campus newspaper.
    * * *

    Ex: Or still others think they have the library figured out, probably because of recent cuts in the book budget they read about in the campus newspaper.

    Spanish-English dictionary > presupuesto para libros

  • 18 recorte

    m.
    1 cut, trimming (pieza cortada).
    2 cut, cutback.
    recorte presupuestario/salarial budget/salary cut
    3 cutout (cartulina).
    4 swerve, sidestep (sport).
    5 clipping, snip, clip, cutting.
    6 pruning, scissoring, trimming.
    7 slander, backbiting, calumny, defamation.
    8 windowing.
    pres.subj.
    1st person singular (yo) Present Subjunctive of Spanish verb: recortar.
    * * *
    1 (acción) cutting
    2 (trozo) cutting, clipping
    3 (de períodico) press clipping, newspaper cutting
    4 (de pelo) trim, cut, reduction
    5 figurado (reducción) cut, reduction
    * * *
    noun m.
    cut, reduction
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=acción) cutting, trimming
    2) [del pelo] trim
    3) [para economizar] cut

    han anunciado un recorte de o en los gastos — they have announced a cut o cutback in spending

    recortes de personal, recortes de plantilla — staff cutbacks

    4) [de periódico, revista] cutting, clipping
    5) CAm * (=comentario) nasty remark
    * * *
    1) (de periódico, revista) cutting, clipping
    2) (Fin) ( acción) cutting; ( efecto) cut, reduction
    * * *
    = axe [ax, -USA], cut, cutback, cutting, cutting, squeeze, snip, clipping.
    Ex. Following in the footsteps of Beeching's axe which put paid to the branch-line era of the railways, many rural bus routes have now been threatened by rising petrol costs.
    Ex. Cuts in the 1988 budget have resulted in cuts in opening hours, staff hours, and book budget.
    Ex. The vast majority of inquiries received by the van had nothing to do with consumer problems and, with the cutbacks of the 1980s, the service was withdrawn.
    Ex. This article concludes that cutting the number of words could lead to undesirable impoverishing of data bases rendering them useless as an independent source of information.
    Ex. Guard book or scrapbook type arrangement, with possibly a loose-leaf format, is suitable for organising and keeping cuttings, letters and other small items.
    Ex. Even library services to rural areas have been affected by the squeeze on public sector spending.
    Ex. With a snip here and a snip there, it's easy to turn a plant into a living sculpture.
    Ex. The interlacing of twigs into wickerwork is in all probability contemporary with first clipping of flint into arrow-heads.
    ----
    * album de recortes = guard book, scrapbook.
    * archivo de recortes = cuttings file [clipping file, -USA].
    * archivo de recortes de prensa = newspaper clippings archives.
    * colección de recortes = clipping file [cuttings file, -UK], cuttings file [clipping file, -USA].
    * colección de recortes de periódicos = clippings collection.
    * experimentar recortes = suffer + cuts.
    * imponer recortes = impose + cuts.
    * padecer recortes = experience + cutbacks.
    * período de recortes presupuestarios = budget-slashing times.
    * recorte de los tipos de interés = rate cut, interest-rate cut.
    * recorte del presupuesto = budgetary constraint, funding cut.
    * recorte de periódico = clipping, newspaper clipping, newspaper cutting.
    * recorte de personal = downsizing, staffing cut.
    * recorte de plantilla = downsizing.
    * recorte de pliego = offcut.
    * recorte de prensa = press cutting [press-cutting], press clipping, newspaper clipping.
    * recorte de presupuesto = cut in budget.
    * recorte económico = axe [ax, -USA].
    * recorte en el presupuesto = funding cut.
    * recorte presupuestario = budget cut, budget crunch, budget squeeze, budgetary cut, funding cut.
    * recortes = contraction, under the knife.
    * recorte salarial = salary cut.
    * recortes económicos = economic retrenchment, retrenchment, financial cutbacks, economic cuts, spending cuts, expenditure cuts.
    * recortes presupuestarios = budget cutting.
    * recortes presupuestarios + hacerse sentir = budget cut + bite.
    * * *
    1) (de periódico, revista) cutting, clipping
    2) (Fin) ( acción) cutting; ( efecto) cut, reduction
    * * *
    = axe [ax, -USA], cut, cutback, cutting, cutting, squeeze, snip, clipping.

    Ex: Following in the footsteps of Beeching's axe which put paid to the branch-line era of the railways, many rural bus routes have now been threatened by rising petrol costs.

    Ex: Cuts in the 1988 budget have resulted in cuts in opening hours, staff hours, and book budget.
    Ex: The vast majority of inquiries received by the van had nothing to do with consumer problems and, with the cutbacks of the 1980s, the service was withdrawn.
    Ex: This article concludes that cutting the number of words could lead to undesirable impoverishing of data bases rendering them useless as an independent source of information.
    Ex: Guard book or scrapbook type arrangement, with possibly a loose-leaf format, is suitable for organising and keeping cuttings, letters and other small items.
    Ex: Even library services to rural areas have been affected by the squeeze on public sector spending.
    Ex: With a snip here and a snip there, it's easy to turn a plant into a living sculpture.
    Ex: The interlacing of twigs into wickerwork is in all probability contemporary with first clipping of flint into arrow-heads.
    * album de recortes = guard book, scrapbook.
    * archivo de recortes = cuttings file [clipping file, -USA].
    * archivo de recortes de prensa = newspaper clippings archives.
    * colección de recortes = clipping file [cuttings file, -UK], cuttings file [clipping file, -USA].
    * colección de recortes de periódicos = clippings collection.
    * experimentar recortes = suffer + cuts.
    * imponer recortes = impose + cuts.
    * padecer recortes = experience + cutbacks.
    * período de recortes presupuestarios = budget-slashing times.
    * recorte de los tipos de interés = rate cut, interest-rate cut.
    * recorte del presupuesto = budgetary constraint, funding cut.
    * recorte de periódico = clipping, newspaper clipping, newspaper cutting.
    * recorte de personal = downsizing, staffing cut.
    * recorte de plantilla = downsizing.
    * recorte de pliego = offcut.
    * recorte de prensa = press cutting [press-cutting], press clipping, newspaper clipping.
    * recorte de presupuesto = cut in budget.
    * recorte económico = axe [ax, -USA].
    * recorte en el presupuesto = funding cut.
    * recorte presupuestario = budget cut, budget crunch, budget squeeze, budgetary cut, funding cut.
    * recortes = contraction, under the knife.
    * recorte salarial = salary cut.
    * recortes económicos = economic retrenchment, retrenchment, financial cutbacks, economic cuts, spending cuts, expenditure cuts.
    * recortes presupuestarios = budget cutting.
    * recortes presupuestarios + hacerse sentir = budget cut + bite.

    * * *
    A (de un periódico, una revista) cutting, clipping
    B ( Fin) (acción) cutting; (efecto) cut, reduction
    recortes presupuestarios budget cuts, reductions in the budget
    C
    ( Méx fam) (maledicencia): se dedicaron al recorte they spent their time pulling everyone apart o tearing into people ( colloq)
    * * *

    Del verbo recortar: ( conjugate recortar)

    recorté es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) pretérito indicativo

    recorte es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente subjuntivo

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) presente subjuntivo

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) imperativo

    Multiple Entries:
    recortar    
    recorte
    recortar ( conjugate recortar) verbo transitivo
    1
    a)figura/artículo/anuncio to cut out

    b)pelo/puntas to trim

    2gastos/plantilla to reduce
    recorte sustantivo masculino
    1 (de periódico, revista) cutting, clipping
    2 (Fin) ( acción) cutting;
    ( efecto) cut, reduction
    recortar verbo transitivo
    1 (una foto, un texto) to cut out
    2 (bordes, puntas del pelo) to trim
    3 (gastos) to reduce, cut
    recorte sustantivo masculino
    1 (de prensa) cutting, clipping
    2 (de bordes, pelo) trim, cut
    3 (de gastos) reduction, cut
    ' recorte' also found in these entries:
    English:
    clipping
    - cut
    - cutting
    - press cutting
    - snip
    - spending cut
    - off
    - trim
    * * *
    1. [pieza cortada] trimming;
    [de periódico, revista] cutting, clipping
    2. [reducción] cut, cutback
    recortes de personal job cuts;
    recorte salarial wage o pay cut
    3. [cartulina] cutout
    4. Dep sidestep
    5. Méx Fam [crítica] nasty o snide remark;
    no me gustan tus amigos, están siempre en el recorte I don't like your friends, they're always being nasty about o Br slagging off other people
    * * *
    m fig
    cutback;
    recorte de periódico cutting, clipping;
    recorte salarial salary cut;
    recorte de personal reduction in personnel, personnel cutback;
    recortes sociales pl cutbacks in public services
    * * *
    1) : cut, reduction
    2) : clipping
    recortes de periódicos: newspaper clippings

    Spanish-English dictionary > recorte

  • 19 reducción

    f.
    1 reduction, decrease, decline, fall.
    2 curtailment, deescalation, cut, cutback.
    * * *
    1 reduction
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=disminución)
    a) [de cantidad, precios, consumo, tamaño] reduction

    una reducción del gasto públicoa cut o reduction in public spending

    b) [de tiempo] reduction
    2) (Mat) (=conversión) [de unidades, medidas] conversion; [de ecuaciones] reduction
    3) [de rebeldes] defeat
    4) (Med) setting, reduction frm
    5) Chile [de indígenas] reservation ( of natives)
    6) LAm ( Hist) settlement of Christianized Indians
    * * *
    1)
    a) ( disminución) reduction

    la reducción del precio del panthe reduction in o lowering of the price of bread

    reducción de impuestos — tax cuts, reduction in taxes

    b) (Fot) reduction
    2) (Mat, Quím, Med) reduction
    3) (Chi) ( de indígenas) reservation
    * * *
    = compression, curtailment, cutting, reduction, shrinkage, contraction, dilution, diminution, abatement, slashing, ebbing, depletion, narrowing, cut, effacement, drawdown, mark-down.
    Ex. The compression keys are built for all main and added entry combinations appropriate to a record.
    Ex. This paper emphasises the need for booksellers to keep informed of new developments and of the danger of curtailment of present activities, but also to be prepared to experiment.
    Ex. This article concludes that cutting the number of words could lead to undesirable impoverishing of data bases rendering them useless as an independent source of information.
    Ex. A scheme should allow reduction, to take out subjects and their subdivisions which are no longer used.
    Ex. DBMS systems aim to allow data to be re-organised to accommodate growth, shrinkage and so on.
    Ex. The euphoric years of affluence and expansion in the decades immediately following the midpoint of the century have given way to traumatic years of austerity and contraction.
    Ex. The good novelist is therefore an author with a wide appeal but this wide appeal is not attained, or even sought, through a dilution of quality; it is simply that this type of writer has a different sort of skill.
    Ex. Most adults feel the awakening of interest in biography and a diminution at the same time of the fondness for fiction.
    Ex. The asbestos literature is discussed under its industrial, medical, legal, control and abatement aspects.
    Ex. But more to the point, the claim that 2 1/2 million jobs depend on slashing red tape is a misrepresentation of a CBI survey carried out in advance of the UK general election of 1983.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'The ebbing of municipal documents and the flow of public information in New York'.
    Ex. Results indicated that there will be a serious depletion of resources in library schools before the year 2001.
    Ex. The narrowing of the curriculum has implications for the future.
    Ex. Cuts in the 1988 budget have resulted in cuts in opening hours, staff hours, and book budget.
    Ex. Meanwhile a coalition of cells has been effected at intervals through the effacement of their walls.
    Ex. Commanders in Iraq have decided to begin the drawdown of U.S. forces in volatile Diyala province, marking a turning point in the U.S. military mission.
    Ex. Customers will be charged either a mark-up or a mark-down, depending on whether they are buying or selling.
    ----
    * escala de reducción = reduction ratio.
    * mamoplastía de reducción = reduction mammoplasty.
    * mecanismo de reducción de situaciones difíciles = threat-reduction mechanism.
    * reducción al mínimo = minimisation [minimization, -USA].
    * reducción de costes = cost saving [cost-saving].
    * reducción de gastos = cost cutting, cost saving [cost-saving], cost reduction.
    * reducción de impuestos = tax cut.
    * reducción de la cuota de los países endeudados = debt relief.
    * reducción de la deuda externa = debt relief.
    * reducción de las diferencias entre... y = narrowing gap between... and, narrowing of the gap between... and.
    * reducción de los precios = price cut.
    * reducción de los tipos de interés = rate cut, interest-rate cut.
    * reducción de pecho = breast reduction.
    * reducción de personal = staff cutbacks, downsizing.
    * reducción de plantilla = downsizing.
    * reducción de precios = pricecutting.
    * reducción de tipo impositivo = tax abatement.
    * reducción de una palabra a su raíz = stemming.
    * reducciones presupuestarias = budgetary restrictions.
    * reducción fiscal = tax cut.
    * reducción para piano = piano score.
    * reducción presupuestaria = budget reduction, budgetary constraint.
    * reducción tributaria = tax reduction.
    * * *
    1)
    a) ( disminución) reduction

    la reducción del precio del panthe reduction in o lowering of the price of bread

    reducción de impuestos — tax cuts, reduction in taxes

    b) (Fot) reduction
    2) (Mat, Quím, Med) reduction
    3) (Chi) ( de indígenas) reservation
    * * *
    = compression, curtailment, cutting, reduction, shrinkage, contraction, dilution, diminution, abatement, slashing, ebbing, depletion, narrowing, cut, effacement, drawdown, mark-down.

    Ex: The compression keys are built for all main and added entry combinations appropriate to a record.

    Ex: This paper emphasises the need for booksellers to keep informed of new developments and of the danger of curtailment of present activities, but also to be prepared to experiment.
    Ex: This article concludes that cutting the number of words could lead to undesirable impoverishing of data bases rendering them useless as an independent source of information.
    Ex: A scheme should allow reduction, to take out subjects and their subdivisions which are no longer used.
    Ex: DBMS systems aim to allow data to be re-organised to accommodate growth, shrinkage and so on.
    Ex: The euphoric years of affluence and expansion in the decades immediately following the midpoint of the century have given way to traumatic years of austerity and contraction.
    Ex: The good novelist is therefore an author with a wide appeal but this wide appeal is not attained, or even sought, through a dilution of quality; it is simply that this type of writer has a different sort of skill.
    Ex: Most adults feel the awakening of interest in biography and a diminution at the same time of the fondness for fiction.
    Ex: The asbestos literature is discussed under its industrial, medical, legal, control and abatement aspects.
    Ex: But more to the point, the claim that 2 1/2 million jobs depend on slashing red tape is a misrepresentation of a CBI survey carried out in advance of the UK general election of 1983.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'The ebbing of municipal documents and the flow of public information in New York'.
    Ex: Results indicated that there will be a serious depletion of resources in library schools before the year 2001.
    Ex: The narrowing of the curriculum has implications for the future.
    Ex: Cuts in the 1988 budget have resulted in cuts in opening hours, staff hours, and book budget.
    Ex: Meanwhile a coalition of cells has been effected at intervals through the effacement of their walls.
    Ex: Commanders in Iraq have decided to begin the drawdown of U.S. forces in volatile Diyala province, marking a turning point in the U.S. military mission.
    Ex: Customers will be charged either a mark-up or a mark-down, depending on whether they are buying or selling.
    * escala de reducción = reduction ratio.
    * mamoplastía de reducción = reduction mammoplasty.
    * mecanismo de reducción de situaciones difíciles = threat-reduction mechanism.
    * reducción al mínimo = minimisation [minimization, -USA].
    * reducción de costes = cost saving [cost-saving].
    * reducción de gastos = cost cutting, cost saving [cost-saving], cost reduction.
    * reducción de impuestos = tax cut.
    * reducción de la cuota de los países endeudados = debt relief.
    * reducción de la deuda externa = debt relief.
    * reducción de las diferencias entre... y = narrowing gap between... and, narrowing of the gap between... and.
    * reducción de los precios = price cut.
    * reducción de los tipos de interés = rate cut, interest-rate cut.
    * reducción de pecho = breast reduction.
    * reducción de personal = staff cutbacks, downsizing.
    * reducción de plantilla = downsizing.
    * reducción de precios = pricecutting.
    * reducción de tipo impositivo = tax abatement.
    * reducción de una palabra a su raíz = stemming.
    * reducciones presupuestarias = budgetary restrictions.
    * reducción fiscal = tax cut.
    * reducción para piano = piano score.
    * reducción presupuestaria = budget reduction, budgetary constraint.
    * reducción tributaria = tax reduction.

    * * *
    A
    1
    (disminución): reducción de gastos reduction in costs
    la reducción del precio del pan the reduction in o lowering of the price of bread
    no habrá reducción de los impuestos there will be no tax cuts o no reduction in taxes
    una reducción del personal a reduction o cutback in the workforce
    se ha producido una reducción en el consumo de tabaco there has been a reduction o drop in tobacco consumption
    una reducción de tres horas semanales a reduction of three hours a week
    se solicitó la reducción de la pena they asked for the sentence to be commuted o reduced
    2 ( Fot) reduction
    B
    1 ( Mat) reduction
    2 ( Quím) reduction
    C (de una ciudad) conquest; (de los rebeldes, enemigos) defeat
    D
    2 ( Chi) (de indígenas) reservation
    E (de una fractura) setting, reduction ( tech)
    * * *

     

    reducción sustantivo femenino
    reduction;
    reducción de impuestos tax cuts, reduction in taxes;

    una reducción de personal a reduction o cutback in the workforce
    reducción sustantivo femenino reduction
    reducción de plantilla, streamlining

    ' reducción' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    contrapartida
    - polvareda
    - rebaja
    - despedir
    English:
    cut
    - cutback
    - decrease
    - reduction
    - redundant
    - remission
    - retrenchment
    - board
    * * *
    1. [disminución] reduction;
    piden la reducción de la jornada laboral they are asking for working hours to be shortened;
    reducción al absurdo reductio ad absurdum;
    reducción de gastos cost cutting;
    han anunciado una reducción de gastos they have announced that they are going to cut costs;
    reducción de jornada: [m5] estar en reducción de jornada to work part-time;
    reducción de precios [acción] price-cutting;
    [resultado] price cut;
    2. [sometimiento] [de rebelión] suppression;
    [de ejército] defeat
    3. Med [de fractura] reduction
    4. Quím reduction
    5. Hist = settlement of Indians converted to Christianity
    6. RP [de cadáver] exhumation [for reburial of bones in smaller container]
    * * *
    f
    1 reduction;
    reducción de empleo job cuts pl ;
    reducción de la jornada laboral shortening of the working day;
    plantilla cutbacks pl, job cuts pl
    2 MED setting
    * * *
    reducción nf, pl - ciones : reduction, decrease
    * * *
    reducción n reduction

    Spanish-English dictionary > reducción

  • 20 Cumulative Book Index (CBI)

    Ex. To illustrate some of the points already made, below are the entries for a single document as recorded in the Cumulative Book Index (CBI), a bibliography using the principles of the dictionary catalogue.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Cumulative Book Index (CBI)

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