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  • 361 daño causado por el agua

    (n.) = water damage
    Ex. Water damage was the main problem with 10 per cent of holdings affected.
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    Ex: Water damage was the main problem with 10 per cent of holdings affected.

    Spanish-English dictionary > daño causado por el agua

  • 362 de agua

    Ex. The teacher writes or draws directly on to the acetate roll covering the glass platen of the projector using a water-based pen.
    * * *

    Ex: The teacher writes or draws directly on to the acetate roll covering the glass platen of the projector using a water-based pen.

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  • 363 dejar el agua correr

    Ex. And then the young librarian, as in a dream, heard from the lips of her supervisor the words, 'Jeanne, please let bygones be bygones and put this year's evaluation behind you. I'll try to make it up to you next year'.
    * * *

    Ex: And then the young librarian, as in a dream, heard from the lips of her supervisor the words, 'Jeanne, please let bygones be bygones and put this year's evaluation behind you. I'll try to make it up to you next year'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dejar el agua correr

  • 364 depósito de agua elevado

    (n.) = water tower
    Ex. The exhibition displays grain elevators, water towers, cooling towers, and coal bunkers photographed in Europe and the USA, 1963-1978.
    * * *

    Ex: The exhibition displays grain elevators, water towers, cooling towers, and coal bunkers photographed in Europe and the USA, 1963-1978.

    Spanish-English dictionary > depósito de agua elevado

  • 365 deslizarse sobre el agua

    (v.) = aquaplane
    Ex. Driving through puddles or even heavy rain can cause your vehicle to begin to ' aquaplane'.
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    (v.) = aquaplane

    Ex: Driving through puddles or even heavy rain can cause your vehicle to begin to ' aquaplane'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > deslizarse sobre el agua

  • 366 detector de agua

    Ex. To facilitate any salvage operation as a result of fire or flood, libraries should ensure that their insurance cover is appropriate and adequate and install smoke and water detectors.
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    Ex: To facilitate any salvage operation as a result of fire or flood, libraries should ensure that their insurance cover is appropriate and adequate and install smoke and water detectors.

    Spanish-English dictionary > detector de agua

  • 367 diluir con agua

    (v.) = dilute with + water
    Ex. The stuff was diluted there with water to the appearance and consistency of liquid porridge; it was kept tepid with a small charcoal furnace let into the side of the vat, and it was stirred up occasionally with a paddle.
    * * *
    (v.) = dilute with + water

    Ex: The stuff was diluted there with water to the appearance and consistency of liquid porridge; it was kept tepid with a small charcoal furnace let into the side of the vat, and it was stirred up occasionally with a paddle.

    Spanish-English dictionary > diluir con agua

  • 368 empleado de la compañía suministradora de agua

    (n.) = water board engineer, water board engineer
    Ex. The Government (with the exception of the police and the armed forces and the telecom engineers, water board engineers and electricity supply people) seems still to be talking about what to do rather than doing.
    Ex. The Government (with the exception of the police and the armed forces and the telecom engineers, water board engineers and electricity supply people) seems still to be talking about what to do rather than doing.
    * * *
    (n.) = water board engineer, water board engineer

    Ex: The Government (with the exception of the police and the armed forces and the telecom engineers, water board engineers and electricity supply people) seems still to be talking about what to do rather than doing.

    Ex: The Government (with the exception of the police and the armed forces and the telecom engineers, water board engineers and electricity supply people) seems still to be talking about what to do rather than doing.

    Spanish-English dictionary > empleado de la compañía suministradora de agua

  • 369 escape de agua

    (n.) = water leakage, water leak
    Ex. However, most emergencies arise from water leakage and much can be done by the non-specialist to alleviate the damage.
    Ex. Far more common are the small disasters that all buildings are susceptible to: water leaks, storm damage or vandalism.
    * * *
    (n.) = water leakage, water leak

    Ex: However, most emergencies arise from water leakage and much can be done by the non-specialist to alleviate the damage.

    Ex: Far more common are the small disasters that all buildings are susceptible to: water leaks, storm damage or vandalism.

    Spanish-English dictionary > escape de agua

  • 370 escasez de agua

    Ex. There are some limitations, however, including a neglect of issues such as water shortages, urban sprawl, noise and light pollution, and diminishing wildlife habitat.
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    Ex: There are some limitations, however, including a neglect of issues such as water shortages, urban sprawl, noise and light pollution, and diminishing wildlife habitat.

    Spanish-English dictionary > escasez de agua

  • 371 factura de electricidad, agua o gas

    (n.) = utility bill
    Ex. Legal aid needs of off-campus students are greater due to possible disagreements concerning tenancy, security deposits, utility bills, exterminators, and increased risk of traffic tickets and accidents.
    * * *

    Ex: Legal aid needs of off-campus students are greater due to possible disagreements concerning tenancy, security deposits, utility bills, exterminators, and increased risk of traffic tickets and accidents.

    Spanish-English dictionary > factura de electricidad, agua o gas

  • 372 falta de agua

    Ex. There are some limitations, however, including a neglect of issues such as water shortages, urban sprawl, noise and light pollution, and diminishing wildlife habitat.
    * * *

    Ex: There are some limitations, however, including a neglect of issues such as water shortages, urban sprawl, noise and light pollution, and diminishing wildlife habitat.

    Spanish-English dictionary > falta de agua

  • 373 falto de agua

    (adj.) = waterless
    Ex. This area is visited only by desert rats, biologists, military personnel, and those desperate people willing to walk across as much as 60 miles of waterless trail.
    * * *
    (adj.) = waterless

    Ex: This area is visited only by desert rats, biologists, military personnel, and those desperate people willing to walk across as much as 60 miles of waterless trail.

    Spanish-English dictionary > falto de agua

  • 374 flor que echa un chorro de agua

    Ex. The author shows that manufactured practical jokes such as the whoopie cushion, squirting flower and fake animal feces are being used, carnivalistically and humorously, as a conscious and unconscious comment on larger social situations.
    * * *

    Ex: The author shows that manufactured practical jokes such as the whoopie cushion, squirting flower and fake animal feces are being used, carnivalistically and humorously, as a conscious and unconscious comment on larger social situations.

    Spanish-English dictionary > flor que echa un chorro de agua

  • 375 fuente de agua

    (n.) = drinking fountain, water fountain, bubbler
    Ex. To this day, drinking fountains in the Navy are still referred to as scuttlebutt.
    Ex. The farm supplies visitors with high-quality natural environment (landscape, forest, water fountains, ecological food), accommodation, and other services.
    Ex. And this is coming from someone who had to be restrained in school after flipping out and kicking a bubbler.
    * * *
    (n.) = drinking fountain, water fountain, bubbler

    Ex: To this day, drinking fountains in the Navy are still referred to as scuttlebutt.

    Ex: The farm supplies visitors with high-quality natural environment (landscape, forest, water fountains, ecological food), accommodation, and other services.
    Ex: And this is coming from someone who had to be restrained in school after flipping out and kicking a bubbler.

    Spanish-English dictionary > fuente de agua

  • 376 fuga de agua

    (n.) = water leakage, water leak
    Ex. However, most emergencies arise from water leakage and much can be done by the non-specialist to alleviate the damage.
    Ex. Far more common are the small disasters that all buildings are susceptible to: water leaks, storm damage or vandalism.
    * * *
    (n.) = water leakage, water leak

    Ex: However, most emergencies arise from water leakage and much can be done by the non-specialist to alleviate the damage.

    Ex: Far more common are the small disasters that all buildings are susceptible to: water leaks, storm damage or vandalism.

    Spanish-English dictionary > fuga de agua

  • 377 gato escaldado del agua fría huye

    = once bitten, twice shy, once bitten, twice shy
    Ex. To promote food products, it is essential that exaggerated claims must be avoided, for the consumer ' once bitten is twice shy'.
    Ex. To promote food products, it is essential that exaggerated claims must be avoided, for the consumer ' once bitten is twice shy'.
    * * *
    = once bitten, twice shy, once bitten, twice shy

    Ex: To promote food products, it is essential that exaggerated claims must be avoided, for the consumer ' once bitten is twice shy'.

    Ex: To promote food products, it is essential that exaggerated claims must be avoided, for the consumer ' once bitten is twice shy'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > gato escaldado del agua fría huye

  • 378 hacer agua

    v.
    to leak, to spring a leak, to take in water.
    * * *
    (v.) = Negativo + hold + water
    Ex. Their arguments against the government's foreign policy simply don't hold water.
    * * *
    (v.) = Negativo + hold + water

    Ex: Their arguments against the government's foreign policy simply don't hold water.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacer agua

  • 379 hacer agua(s)

    (v.) = spring + a leak
    Ex. While the region grapples with fixing its sewer infrastructure, another set of underground pipes are springing leaks.
    * * *
    (v.) = spring + a leak

    Ex: While the region grapples with fixing its sewer infrastructure, another set of underground pipes are springing leaks.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacer agua(s)

  • 380 hacerse la boca agua

    (v.) = make + Posesivo + mouth water
    Ex. Turkish politicians are not able to decide what the correct policies are without the EU telling them what to do, while making their mouth water with potential financial rewards.
    * * *
    (v.) = make + Posesivo + mouth water

    Ex: Turkish politicians are not able to decide what the correct policies are without the EU telling them what to do, while making their mouth water with potential financial rewards.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacerse la boca agua

См. также в других словарях:

  • cambiarle el agua a las aceitunas — orinar el hombre; orinar; cf. mear, hacer pipí, desaguarse, echar la corta; permiso, voy a cambiarle el agua a las aceitunas , a los hombres en esta fiesta, atención: ¡achúntenle al tiesto cuando le estén cambiando el agua a las aceitunas! …   Diccionario de chileno actual

  • cambiarle el agua a las aceitunas — cambiarle el agua al canario …   Diccionario de dichos y refranes

  • cambiarle el agua al canario — Bonito, plástico, metafórico y divertido eufemismo que significa «orinar». Hay que decir desde el principio que resulta sumamente raro que una mujer emplee alguna de estas dos expresiones. En el caso de las aceitunas entra el componente salado,… …   Diccionario de dichos y refranes

  • ¡agua! — excl. grito de aviso. ❙ «...y éste, parado en el umbral, hizo con la cabeza un gesto en dirección a la calle. Agua dijo. Los tres socios se agruparon a la puerta...» Arturo Pérez Reverte, La piel del tambor. ❙ «Agua: aviso de la llegada de la… …   Diccionario del Argot "El Sohez"

  • a — 1. por medio de; a través de; con; se usa en general ante un sustantivo sin artículo, regularmente en plural, y que denota una modalidad violenta o descortés de la acción; cf. a lo que es, a puro, a combo limpio, a patada limpia, a grito pelado;… …   Diccionario de chileno actual

  • desaguarse — orinar; cf. mear, hacer pipí, echar la corta, cambiarle el agua a las aceitunas; disculpe, ¿dónde está el pipidero para desaguarme? , los hombre pueden desaguarse en el bosque; las mujeres ocupen los dos baños que hay …   Diccionario de chileno actual

  • mear — orinar; cf. desaguarse, cambiarle el agua a las aceitunas, hacer pipí, echar la corta, meadero, echar un meo, meo, mearse; todos a mear antes de meterse al bus , vamos a parar a mear un poco más allá ■ …   Diccionario de chileno actual


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