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  • 701 en breve

    soon, shortly
    * * *
    = shortly, the long and (the) short of, soon [sooner -comp., soonest -sup.]
    Ex. We shall return to the problem of synonyms shortly.
    Ex. The article ' The long and short of a new business model' reviews the application of CD-R on-demand publishing to fill the gap between producing a few copies and spending large sums on replicators to produce 1000 or more copies = El artículo "Un nuevo modelo económico en breve" analiza la aplicación de la publicación en CD-Grabable según la demanda para cubrir el vacío que existe entre producir unas cuentas copias o invertir grandes sumas de dinero en reproductores de CD-ROM para producir 1.000 o más copias.
    Ex. Not surprisingly, he soon found that the inventory lists were not quite adequate for his purposes.
    * * *
    = shortly, the long and (the) short of, soon [sooner -comp., soonest -sup.]

    Ex: We shall return to the problem of synonyms shortly.

    Ex: The article ' The long and short of a new business model' reviews the application of CD-R on-demand publishing to fill the gap between producing a few copies and spending large sums on replicators to produce 1000 or more copies = El artículo "Un nuevo modelo económico en breve" analiza la aplicación de la publicación en CD-Grabable según la demanda para cubrir el vacío que existe entre producir unas cuentas copias o invertir grandes sumas de dinero en reproductores de CD-ROM para producir 1.000 o más copias.
    Ex: Not surprisingly, he soon found that the inventory lists were not quite adequate for his purposes.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en breve

  • 702 en casa de herrero cuchillo de palo

    Ex. Given the line of business they're in, it would be pretty embarrassing not to, but many cobblers' children run barefoot out there.
    * * *

    Ex: Given the line of business they're in, it would be pretty embarrassing not to, but many cobblers' children run barefoot out there.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en casa de herrero cuchillo de palo

  • 703 en detrimento de

    to the detriment of
    * * *
    = to the detriment of, to + Posesivo + detriment, to the neglect of
    Ex. Are academic and theoretical concepts being stressed to the detriment of practical and job-related issues as these are understood by the potential employers in business and industry?.
    Ex. University respondents were suspicious that this formula approach would ultimately be extended to them and to their detriment = Los encuestados universitarios sospechaban que a la larga este fórmula se les aplicaría y les perjudicaría.
    Ex. Indeed, most usability studies have focused on the needs of younger adults, to the neglect of the elderly.
    * * *
    = to the detriment of, to + Posesivo + detriment, to the neglect of

    Ex: Are academic and theoretical concepts being stressed to the detriment of practical and job-related issues as these are understood by the potential employers in business and industry?.

    Ex: University respondents were suspicious that this formula approach would ultimately be extended to them and to their detriment = Los encuestados universitarios sospechaban que a la larga este fórmula se les aplicaría y les perjudicaría.
    Ex: Indeed, most usability studies have focused on the needs of younger adults, to the neglect of the elderly.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en detrimento de

  • 704 en dirección oeste

    westward
    * * *
    = westbound, westward(s)
    Ex. If you look at the tube map northbound is up, southbound is down, eastbound is right and westbound is left.
    Ex. As the 1992 unification of the European Community looms, East European countries are beginning to look westwards for business initiatives.
    * * *
    = westbound, westward(s)

    Ex: If you look at the tube map northbound is up, southbound is down, eastbound is right and westbound is left.

    Ex: As the 1992 unification of the European Community looms, East European countries are beginning to look westwards for business initiatives.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en dirección oeste

  • 705 en el campo de

    = in the realm of, in the field of
    Ex. In the realm of co-operative and centralized cataloguing systems, acronyms abound.
    Ex. This list of open access journals in the field of education will be served from a database driven webpage.
    * * *
    = in the realm of, in the field of

    Ex: In the realm of co-operative and centralized cataloguing systems, acronyms abound.

    Ex: This list of open access journals in the field of education will be served from a database driven webpage.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en el campo de

  • 706 en el futuro

    = Número + Tiempo + ahead, down the road, in future, in time(s) to come, at + future date, in (the) years to come, at some future time, in the years to come, in the years ahead, in years to come, at some future point, in the future, for future reference, for the years to come
    Ex. The December issue is especially useful for its list of conferences planned up to ten years ahead.
    Ex. It's not an academic problem; it's not a problem for ten years down the road; it's a problem that people are struggling with now.
    Ex. Recently the Government have accepted the recommendation of a working party that in future libraries should be self renewing and finite.
    Ex. In industrial societies even the poorest people acquire artefacts to embellish their surroundings; such 'bric-a-brac' may in some cases be the detritus of a previous age or a more affluent environment, and in some cases is destined to become 'collectable' in time to come.
    Ex. In essence, an issues management group, within a corporation or other organization, attempts to identify technological or social issues likely to have positive or negative impact on the institution at some future date.
    Ex. Of course, we cannot tell in advance which particular subjects are likely to grow most in years to come.
    Ex. The number of libraries expected to acquire these workstations at some future time was also determined.
    Ex. It is certain that the technology will dominate the entire library scene in the years to come.
    Ex. Librarians and vendors will need each other in the years ahead and must learn how to do business with each other.
    Ex. The author considers the future plans and possible problem areas the library may have to face in years to come.
    Ex. While people dominate at this moment in time, they are altering their environment and, at some future point, will become extinct, giving way to dominance by another organism.
    Ex. So far this has only been adopted by four suppliers, but it has so many advantages for the user that it will surely become standard practice in the future.
    Ex. Call it what you want but for future reference it may be best to name it according to its function.
    Ex. In 1973 the Committee accepted cooperation in the Universal Bibliographic Control project as its main task for the years to come.
    * * *
    = Número + Tiempo + ahead, down the road, in future, in time(s) to come, at + future date, in (the) years to come, at some future time, in the years to come, in the years ahead, in years to come, at some future point, in the future, for future reference, for the years to come

    Ex: The December issue is especially useful for its list of conferences planned up to ten years ahead.

    Ex: It's not an academic problem; it's not a problem for ten years down the road; it's a problem that people are struggling with now.
    Ex: Recently the Government have accepted the recommendation of a working party that in future libraries should be self renewing and finite.
    Ex: In industrial societies even the poorest people acquire artefacts to embellish their surroundings; such 'bric-a-brac' may in some cases be the detritus of a previous age or a more affluent environment, and in some cases is destined to become 'collectable' in time to come.
    Ex: In essence, an issues management group, within a corporation or other organization, attempts to identify technological or social issues likely to have positive or negative impact on the institution at some future date.
    Ex: Of course, we cannot tell in advance which particular subjects are likely to grow most in years to come.
    Ex: The number of libraries expected to acquire these workstations at some future time was also determined.
    Ex: It is certain that the technology will dominate the entire library scene in the years to come.
    Ex: Librarians and vendors will need each other in the years ahead and must learn how to do business with each other.
    Ex: The author considers the future plans and possible problem areas the library may have to face in years to come.
    Ex: While people dominate at this moment in time, they are altering their environment and, at some future point, will become extinct, giving way to dominance by another organism.
    Ex: So far this has only been adopted by four suppliers, but it has so many advantages for the user that it will surely become standard practice in the future.
    Ex: Call it what you want but for future reference it may be best to name it according to its function.
    Ex: In 1973 the Committee accepted cooperation in the Universal Bibliographic Control project as its main task for the years to come.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en el futuro

  • 707 en el futuro lejano

    Ex. Further in the future, multimedia will radically change the business environment.
    * * *

    Ex: Further in the future, multimedia will radically change the business environment.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en el futuro lejano

  • 708 en especial

    especially
    * * *
    = especially (specially), notably, specially (especially)
    Ex. This software is important to the further implementation of the record format, especially in developing countries.
    Ex. In some subject fields, notably business, there may be both bibliographic and non-bibliographic data bases covering different aspects of the topic.
    Ex. In addition, the library has also set up a centre specially for immigrant workers.
    * * *
    = especially (specially), notably, specially (especially)

    Ex: This software is important to the further implementation of the record format, especially in developing countries.

    Ex: In some subject fields, notably business, there may be both bibliographic and non-bibliographic data bases covering different aspects of the topic.
    Ex: In addition, the library has also set up a centre specially for immigrant workers.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en especial

  • 709 en formato papel

    (n.) = paper-based, in hard copy
    Ex. Moving from traditional paper-based publishing system to publishing in electronic form on CD-ROM is not a straightforward task.
    Ex. Material is input to the database centrally from data supplied by the participating medical libraries on disk or in hard copy.
    * * *
    (n.) = paper-based, in hard copy

    Ex: Moving from traditional paper-based publishing system to publishing in electronic form on CD-ROM is not a straightforward task.

    Ex: Material is input to the database centrally from data supplied by the participating medical libraries on disk or in hard copy.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en formato papel

  • 710 en la mayor parte de

    Ex. The prototype is built using a relational database, not inverted files as in the majority of IRS.
    * * *

    Ex: The prototype is built using a relational database, not inverted files as in the majority of IRS.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en la mayor parte de

  • 711 en la mayoría de

    Ex. The prototype is built using a relational database, not inverted files as in the majority of IRS.
    * * *

    Ex: The prototype is built using a relational database, not inverted files as in the majority of IRS.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en la mayoría de

  • 712 en materia de

    = in matters of, as regards, with regard(s) to, regarding, on, concerning, in the field of
    Ex. Even when Community-wide regulations do apply, for example in matters of safety at work, the stringency of laws may vary from country to country.
    Ex. Practice as regards integration varies considerably.
    Ex. KWOC or Keyword Out of Context indexes are intended to improve upon KWIC indexes, with regards to layout and presentation.
    Ex. In major enumerative schemes synthesis is often controlled by careful instructions regarding citation order.
    Ex. Efforts are being made in the direction of an international consensus on the definition and treatment of corporate authorship.
    Ex. Having been alerted to the existence of a document, the user needs information concerning the actual location of the document, in order that the document may be read.
    Ex. This list of open access journals in the field of education will be served from a database driven webpage.
    * * *
    = in matters of, as regards, with regard(s) to, regarding, on, concerning, in the field of

    Ex: Even when Community-wide regulations do apply, for example in matters of safety at work, the stringency of laws may vary from country to country.

    Ex: Practice as regards integration varies considerably.
    Ex: KWOC or Keyword Out of Context indexes are intended to improve upon KWIC indexes, with regards to layout and presentation.
    Ex: In major enumerative schemes synthesis is often controlled by careful instructions regarding citation order.
    Ex: Efforts are being made in the direction of an international consensus on the definition and treatment of corporate authorship.
    Ex: Having been alerted to the existence of a document, the user needs information concerning the actual location of the document, in order that the document may be read.
    Ex: This list of open access journals in the field of education will be served from a database driven webpage.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en materia de

  • 713 en otras palabras

    = in other words, to put it another way, which is to say
    Ex. In other words, the information supplied in the document matches, to an acceptable degree, the information demanded by the user.
    Ex. To put it another way, the humanities, although a growing part of the database world, are still a very small part of that world.
    Ex. When you are unemployed, which is to say when you are underfed, harassed, bored, and miserable, you don't want to eat dull wholesome food.
    * * *
    = in other words, to put it another way, which is to say

    Ex: In other words, the information supplied in the document matches, to an acceptable degree, the information demanded by the user.

    Ex: To put it another way, the humanities, although a growing part of the database world, are still a very small part of that world.
    Ex: When you are unemployed, which is to say when you are underfed, harassed, bored, and miserable, you don't want to eat dull wholesome food.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en otras palabras

  • 714 en papel

    (n.) = in print, paper-based, in hard copy
    Ex. It also shows what information is available in print, and in other media such as gramophone records, filmstrips, etc on topics of current interest.
    Ex. Moving from traditional paper-based publishing system to publishing in electronic form on CD-ROM is not a straightforward task.
    Ex. Material is input to the database centrally from data supplied by the participating medical libraries on disk or in hard copy.
    * * *
    (n.) = in print, paper-based, in hard copy

    Ex: It also shows what information is available in print, and in other media such as gramophone records, filmstrips, etc on topics of current interest.

    Ex: Moving from traditional paper-based publishing system to publishing in electronic form on CD-ROM is not a straightforward task.
    Ex: Material is input to the database centrally from data supplied by the participating medical libraries on disk or in hard copy.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en papel

  • 715 en particular

    in particular, particularly
    * * *
    = in particular, notably
    Ex. This paper reports on interstate teleconference sessions and relates it to the issue of library networking in general, and to New Zealand in particular.
    Ex. In some subject fields, notably business, there may be both bibliographic and non-bibliographic data bases covering different aspects of the topic.
    * * *
    = in particular, notably

    Ex: This paper reports on interstate teleconference sessions and relates it to the issue of library networking in general, and to New Zealand in particular.

    Ex: In some subject fields, notably business, there may be both bibliographic and non-bibliographic data bases covering different aspects of the topic.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en particular

  • 716 en perjuicio de

    adversely affecting, to the detriment of, against
    * * *
    = to the detriment of, to + Posesivo + detriment
    Ex. Are academic and theoretical concepts being stressed to the detriment of practical and job-related issues as these are understood by the potential employers in business and industry?.
    Ex. University respondents were suspicious that this formula approach would ultimately be extended to them and to their detriment = Los encuestados universitarios sospechaban que a la larga este fórmula se les aplicaría y les perjudicaría.
    * * *
    = to the detriment of, to + Posesivo + detriment

    Ex: Are academic and theoretical concepts being stressed to the detriment of practical and job-related issues as these are understood by the potential employers in business and industry?.

    Ex: University respondents were suspicious that this formula approach would ultimately be extended to them and to their detriment = Los encuestados universitarios sospechaban que a la larga este fórmula se les aplicaría y les perjudicaría.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en perjuicio de

  • 717 en pos de

    after, in pursuit of
    * * *
    = in pursuit of, in the pursuit of, on the trail of, in search of, on the track of, in the quest for
    Ex. The rejoinder was, I am sure, made in pursuit of a little humour.
    Ex. In the course of this investigation it became apparent that the activities of SLIS were increasingly constrained by resource problems in the pursuit of their curriculum ambitions.
    Ex. Directories of publishers arranged to indicate the specialist fields in which the publish can be a boon to the imaginative librarian on the trail of some obscure source.
    Ex. He was swept across the intersection by a miscellaneous crowd of anxious, energetic persons in search of business or raiment or nourishment or whatever.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Cataloguing and classification at Bath University Library: on the track of white elephants and golden retrievers'.
    Ex. This award will help us expand our efforts and create new opportunities that will improve the lives of many Colombians in the quest for a more equal society.
    * * *
    = in pursuit of, in the pursuit of, on the trail of, in search of, on the track of, in the quest for

    Ex: The rejoinder was, I am sure, made in pursuit of a little humour.

    Ex: In the course of this investigation it became apparent that the activities of SLIS were increasingly constrained by resource problems in the pursuit of their curriculum ambitions.
    Ex: Directories of publishers arranged to indicate the specialist fields in which the publish can be a boon to the imaginative librarian on the trail of some obscure source.
    Ex: He was swept across the intersection by a miscellaneous crowd of anxious, energetic persons in search of business or raiment or nourishment or whatever.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'Cataloguing and classification at Bath University Library: on the track of white elephants and golden retrievers'.
    Ex: This award will help us expand our efforts and create new opportunities that will improve the lives of many Colombians in the quest for a more equal society.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en pos de

  • 718 en preparación

    = in the pipeline, under preparation
    Ex. Business people need to know the right people, what projects are in the pipeline and what changes are taking place.
    Ex. There is a new improved system, now under preparation, which will eventually replace the current version.
    * * *
    = in the pipeline, under preparation

    Ex: Business people need to know the right people, what projects are in the pipeline and what changes are taking place.

    Ex: There is a new improved system, now under preparation, which will eventually replace the current version.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en preparación

  • 719 en proyecto

    Ex. Business people need to know the right people, what projects are in the pipeline and what changes are taking place.
    * * *

    Ex: Business people need to know the right people, what projects are in the pipeline and what changes are taking place.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en proyecto

  • 720 en resumen

    in short, to sum up
    * * *
    = in conclusion, in summary, simply put, the long and (the) short of, in sum, in all, to sum up, to sum it up, in essence, put simply, all in all, simply stated
    Ex. In conclusion, it should not be necessary to say that instructions and guiding must be as brief as possible.
    Ex. There are in summary two important applications for classification theory.
    Ex. Simply put, it just doesn't pay to digitise information that few can use, and even fewer will pay for.
    Ex. The article ' The long and short of a new business model' reviews the application of CD-R on-demand publishing to fill the gap between producing a few copies and spending large sums on replicators to produce 1000 or more copies = El artículo "Un nuevo modelo económico en breve" analiza la aplicación de la publicación en CD-Grabable según la demanda para cubrir el vacío que existe entre producir unas cuentas copias o invertir grandes sumas de dinero en reproductores de CD-ROM para producir 1.000 o más copias.
    Ex. In sum, the librarian should have the knowledge, experience and sense to provide the right book to the right child at the right time = En suma, el bibliotecario debería tener el conocimiento, la experiencia y el sentido para ofrecer el libro correcto al niño adecuado en el momento oportuno.
    Ex. In all 20 per cent of visitors went out of the bookshop with a book they had intended to buy, 15 per cent went out with a book they had not intended to buy and 67 went out with both intended and unintended purchases.
    Ex. To sum up it may be said that overall annual energy costs can be reduced by as much as a third by careful planning.
    Ex. To sum it up, ISBD stands in sharp contrast to the ideal of concise and clear entries followed by the founders of Anglo-American cataloging.
    Ex. In essence these indexing languages are very similar to the lists of subject headings which are used in pre-coordinate indexing.
    Ex. Put simply, asymmetric threats are a version of not 'fighting fair,' which can include the use of surprise and weapons in ways unplanned by a nation.
    Ex. All in all, then, the book has plenty to attend to, plenty to enjoy, plenty to share.
    Ex. Simply stated, no, it is not improper to pour wine into your guest s wine glass if it still contains wine.
    * * *
    = in conclusion, in summary, simply put, the long and (the) short of, in sum, in all, to sum up, to sum it up, in essence, put simply, all in all, simply stated

    Ex: In conclusion, it should not be necessary to say that instructions and guiding must be as brief as possible.

    Ex: There are in summary two important applications for classification theory.
    Ex: Simply put, it just doesn't pay to digitise information that few can use, and even fewer will pay for.
    Ex: The article ' The long and short of a new business model' reviews the application of CD-R on-demand publishing to fill the gap between producing a few copies and spending large sums on replicators to produce 1000 or more copies = El artículo "Un nuevo modelo económico en breve" analiza la aplicación de la publicación en CD-Grabable según la demanda para cubrir el vacío que existe entre producir unas cuentas copias o invertir grandes sumas de dinero en reproductores de CD-ROM para producir 1.000 o más copias.
    Ex: In sum, the librarian should have the knowledge, experience and sense to provide the right book to the right child at the right time = En suma, el bibliotecario debería tener el conocimiento, la experiencia y el sentido para ofrecer el libro correcto al niño adecuado en el momento oportuno.
    Ex: In all 20 per cent of visitors went out of the bookshop with a book they had intended to buy, 15 per cent went out with a book they had not intended to buy and 67 went out with both intended and unintended purchases.
    Ex: To sum up it may be said that overall annual energy costs can be reduced by as much as a third by careful planning.
    Ex: To sum it up, ISBD stands in sharp contrast to the ideal of concise and clear entries followed by the founders of Anglo-American cataloging.
    Ex: In essence these indexing languages are very similar to the lists of subject headings which are used in pre-coordinate indexing.
    Ex: Put simply, asymmetric threats are a version of not 'fighting fair,' which can include the use of surprise and weapons in ways unplanned by a nation.
    Ex: All in all, then, the book has plenty to attend to, plenty to enjoy, plenty to share.
    Ex: Simply stated, no, it is not improper to pour wine into your guest s wine glass if it still contains wine.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en resumen

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