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  • 1 administrador

    adj.
    administrating, managerial, administrative, executive.
    m.
    administrator, supervisor, manager, administrant.
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    1 administrating
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 administrator
    2 (manager) manager
    \
    administrador,-ra de fincas estate agent
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    (f. - administradora)
    noun
    administrator, manager
    * * *
    administrador, -a
    SM / F [de bienes, distrito] administrator; [de organización, empresa] manager; [de tierras] agent, land agent

    administrador(a) de aduanas — chief customs officer, collector of customs

    administrador(a) de correos — postmaster/postmistress

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    - dora masculino, femenino ( de empresa) manager, administrator; ( de bienes) administrator

    es buen administrador — (fam) he's good with money

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    = administrator, manager [manageress, -fem.], housekeeper [house-keeper], office manager, steward, business manager, caretaker, bursar.
    Ex. Others engaged in organizing and exploiting information, such as managers, computer scientists and administrators, should also find something of interest.
    Ex. Such hosts are more likely to be accessed by end-users such as economists and managers, than information workers.
    Ex. A software agent named SiteHelper is designed to act as a housekeeper for the Web server and as a helper for a Web user to find relevant information at a particular site.
    Ex. This department is headed by a general office manager who has a staff of bookkeepers, billing clerks, comptrollers, and secretaries.
    Ex. This article explores whether the archivist is a steward for some wider amorphous body including past and future generations.
    Ex. Watman wondered how the profession would react to the idea of a business manager instead of assistant.
    Ex. Frequently, the creators and caretakers of a data base have an irresistible impulse to give it a fixup, a paint job, or a new colour scheme.
    Ex. A recent amendment in Nigerian universities' law has changed the appointments of university librarians, registrars and bursars from tenured to non-tenured.
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    * administradora = manageress [manager, -masc.].
    * administrador delegado = administrative officer.
    * administrador del sistema = system administrator.
    * administrador de página web = webmaster.
    * administrador de servidor web = Web developer, webmaster.
    * administrador de sitio web = Web manager, webmaster.
    * administrador principal = top administrator.
    * admnistrador de empresa = firm administrator.
    * * *
    - dora masculino, femenino ( de empresa) manager, administrator; ( de bienes) administrator

    es buen administrador — (fam) he's good with money

    * * *
    = administrator, manager [manageress, -fem.], housekeeper [house-keeper], office manager, steward, business manager, caretaker, bursar.

    Ex: Others engaged in organizing and exploiting information, such as managers, computer scientists and administrators, should also find something of interest.

    Ex: Such hosts are more likely to be accessed by end-users such as economists and managers, than information workers.
    Ex: A software agent named SiteHelper is designed to act as a housekeeper for the Web server and as a helper for a Web user to find relevant information at a particular site.
    Ex: This department is headed by a general office manager who has a staff of bookkeepers, billing clerks, comptrollers, and secretaries.
    Ex: This article explores whether the archivist is a steward for some wider amorphous body including past and future generations.
    Ex: Watman wondered how the profession would react to the idea of a business manager instead of assistant.
    Ex: Frequently, the creators and caretakers of a data base have an irresistible impulse to give it a fixup, a paint job, or a new colour scheme.
    Ex: A recent amendment in Nigerian universities' law has changed the appointments of university librarians, registrars and bursars from tenured to non-tenured.
    * administradora = manageress [manager, -masc.].
    * administrador delegado = administrative officer.
    * administrador del sistema = system administrator.
    * administrador de página web = webmaster.
    * administrador de servidor web = Web developer, webmaster.
    * administrador de sitio web = Web manager, webmaster.
    * administrador principal = top administrator.
    * admnistrador de empresa = firm administrator.

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    masculine, feminine
    1 (de una empresa, organización) manager, administrator; (de bienes) administrator
    es buen administrador ( fam); he's good with money
    2 ( Inf) tb
    Compuesto:
    administrador judicial, administradora judicial
    administrator
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    administrador
    ◊ - dora sustantivo masculino, femenino ( de empresa) manager, administrator;


    ( de bienes) administrator
    administrador,-ora
    I sustantivo masculino y femenino administrator
    II adjetivo administrating
    ' administrador' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    administradora
    English:
    administrator
    - file server
    - steward
    - bursar
    - manager
    * * *
    administrador, -ora
    nm,f
    1. [de empresa] manager
    Informát administrador de red network administrator; Informát administrador de (sitio) web webmaster
    2. [de bienes ajenos] administrator
    administrador de fincas land agent
    nm
    Informát administrador de archivos file manager
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    m, administradora f administrator; de empresa manager
    * * *
    : administrator, manager

    Spanish-English dictionary > administrador

  • 2 contratado

    adj.
    hired, under contract, contracted.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: contratar.
    * * *
    = non-tenured, non-tenured, untenured.
    Ex. A recent amendment in Nigerian universities' law has changed the appointments of university librarians, registrars and bursars from tenured to non-tenured.
    Ex. A recent amendment in Nigerian universities' law has changed the appointments of university librarians, registrars and bursars from tenured to non-tenured.
    Ex. This new legislation requires all faculty on state supported campuses, whether tenured or untenured, to undergo an annual review of their performance by their peers.
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    * trabajador cualificado contratado de otra empresa = lateral hire.
    * * *
    = non-tenured, non-tenured, untenured.

    Ex: A recent amendment in Nigerian universities' law has changed the appointments of university librarians, registrars and bursars from tenured to non-tenured.

    Ex: A recent amendment in Nigerian universities' law has changed the appointments of university librarians, registrars and bursars from tenured to non-tenured.
    Ex: This new legislation requires all faculty on state supported campuses, whether tenured or untenured, to undergo an annual review of their performance by their peers.
    * trabajador cualificado contratado de otra empresa = lateral hire.

    Spanish-English dictionary > contratado

  • 3 no funcionario

    (adj.) = untenured, non-tenured
    Ex. This new legislation requires all faculty on state supported campuses, whether tenured or untenured, to undergo an annual review of their performance by their peers.
    Ex. A recent amendment in Nigerian universities' law has changed the appointments of university librarians, registrars and bursars from tenured to non-tenured.
    * * *
    (adj.) = untenured, non-tenured

    Ex: This new legislation requires all faculty on state supported campuses, whether tenured or untenured, to undergo an annual review of their performance by their peers.

    Ex: A recent amendment in Nigerian universities' law has changed the appointments of university librarians, registrars and bursars from tenured to non-tenured.

    Spanish-English dictionary > no funcionario

  • 4 tesorero

    adj.
    treasurer.
    m.
    treasurer, purse bearer, bursar.
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    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 treasurer
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    (f. - tesorera)
    noun
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    tesorero, -a
    SM / F treasurer
    * * *
    - ra masculino, femenino treasurer
    * * *
    = treasurer, bursar, city manager, city budget director.
    Ex. The treasurer will be required to furnish details of the financial state of the club.
    Ex. A recent amendment in Nigerian universities' law has changed the appointments of university librarians, registrars and bursars from tenured to non-tenured.
    Ex. This paper describes a case study where a proposal by the city manager to cut the budget of the public library by 40% has left the library director very disheartened.
    Ex. The city budget director announced that in the next fiscal year the city of Deuxville will adopt a program budget format.
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    - ra masculino, femenino treasurer
    * * *
    = treasurer, bursar, city manager, city budget director.

    Ex: The treasurer will be required to furnish details of the financial state of the club.

    Ex: A recent amendment in Nigerian universities' law has changed the appointments of university librarians, registrars and bursars from tenured to non-tenured.
    Ex: This paper describes a case study where a proposal by the city manager to cut the budget of the public library by 40% has left the library director very disheartened.
    Ex: The city budget director announced that in the next fiscal year the city of Deuxville will adopt a program budget format.

    * * *
    masculine, feminine
    treasurer
    * * *

    tesorero
    ◊ -ra sustantivo masculino, femenino

    treasurer
    tesorero,-a sustantivo masculino y femenino treasurer

    ' tesorero' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    tesorera
    English:
    bursar
    - treasurer
    * * *
    tesorero, -a nm,f
    treasurer
    * * *
    m, tesorera f treasurer
    * * *
    tesorero, -ra n
    : treasurer

    Spanish-English dictionary > tesorero

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