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  • 1 Páginas Amarillas

    f.pl.
    yellow pages, YP.
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    yellow pages
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    Ex. From partially-automated directory assistance to talking Yellow Pages and interactive services, telephone directory applications have addressed the constraints of non-visual menus, limited input capability, and natural versus synthetic output.
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    Ex: From partially-automated directory assistance to talking Yellow Pages and interactive services, telephone directory applications have addressed the constraints of non-visual menus, limited input capability, and natural versus synthetic output.

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    yellow pages

    Spanish-English dictionary > Páginas Amarillas

  • 2 absorción

    f.
    1 absorption, soaking up, sorption.
    2 absorption, concentration, deep concentration, enthrallment.
    3 take over, takeover.
    4 absorption, adsorption, disposition.
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    1 absorption
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    noun f.
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    SF
    1) [de líquidos] absorption
    2) (=atracción) absorption
    3) (Com) takeover
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    1) (de líquido, calor, ruido) absorption
    2) (Fin) takeover
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    = absorption, takeover [take-over].
    Ex. The floor is carpeted, thus providing a large degree of acoustic absorption and a unifying and dominant colour pattern through the library.
    Ex. The book and serial industry has recently witnessed several takeovers, buy-outs, and mergers.
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    * absorción del agua = water absorption.
    * agente de absorción = absorber.
    * capacidad de absorción = absorptive capacity, absorptive capability.
    * de absorción = absorptive.
    * elemento de absorción = absorber.
    * mecanismo de absorción = absorber.
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    1) (de líquido, calor, ruido) absorption
    2) (Fin) takeover
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    = absorption, takeover [take-over].

    Ex: The floor is carpeted, thus providing a large degree of acoustic absorption and a unifying and dominant colour pattern through the library.

    Ex: The book and serial industry has recently witnessed several takeovers, buy-outs, and mergers.
    * absorción del agua = water absorption.
    * agente de absorción = absorber.
    * capacidad de absorción = absorptive capacity, absorptive capability.
    * de absorción = absorptive.
    * elemento de absorción = absorber.
    * mecanismo de absorción = absorber.

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    A (de un líquido) absorption; (de calor, ruido) absorption
    pañales con alto grado de absorción extra-absorbent diapers ( AmE) o ( BrE) nappies
    B ( Fin) takeover
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    absorción sustantivo femenino (de líquido, calor, ruido) absorption
    absorción sustantivo femenino absorption
    ' absorción' also found in these entries:
    English:
    absorption
    - takeover
    - take
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    1. [de líquido, gas, calor] absorption;
    2. [de empresa] takeover
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    f
    1 absorption
    2 COM takeover
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    absorción nf, pl - ciones : absorption

    Spanish-English dictionary > absorción

  • 3 acaparar el tiempo de Alguien

    (v.) = monopolise + time
    Ex. Reference librarians must have the capability of kindly and tactfully disentangling themselves from hangers-on who would monopolize their time, to the detriment of others.
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    (v.) = monopolise + time

    Ex: Reference librarians must have the capability of kindly and tactfully disentangling themselves from hangers-on who would monopolize their time, to the detriment of others.

    Spanish-English dictionary > acaparar el tiempo de Alguien

  • 4 afinidad

    f.
    affinity (gen) & (chemistry).
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    1 affinity
    2 QUÍMICA similarity
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    noun f.
    affinity, similarity
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    SF
    1) (=atracción) affinity; (=semejanza) similarity; (=parentesco) relationship
    2) (Quím) affinity
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    femenino (entre personas, caracteres) affinity
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    = affinity, parallel, synergy, commonness, consonance.
    Ex. Although recognising some such affinities between subjects, it is more difficult to find an overall order of main classes which suits everybody.
    Ex. Although there are parallels between searching and indexing, it is important to remember that successful information retrieval does not depend only upon effective exploitation of indexing.
    Ex. The homogeneity, competitiveness and resulting synergy of this market is fostering significant advances in the capability of smaller computers to manage large massess of data.
    Ex. Campbell's lectures present themes on the commonness of all mankind and the importance of relationships with God, the land, and one another.
    Ex. The system is designed to ensure consonance between the indexer and the user.
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    * afinidades = common ground.
    * encontrar afinidades = find + common ground.
    * índice de afinidad = affinity index.
    * tener afinidades = share + common ground.
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    femenino (entre personas, caracteres) affinity
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    = affinity, parallel, synergy, commonness, consonance.

    Ex: Although recognising some such affinities between subjects, it is more difficult to find an overall order of main classes which suits everybody.

    Ex: Although there are parallels between searching and indexing, it is important to remember that successful information retrieval does not depend only upon effective exploitation of indexing.
    Ex: The homogeneity, competitiveness and resulting synergy of this market is fostering significant advances in the capability of smaller computers to manage large massess of data.
    Ex: Campbell's lectures present themes on the commonness of all mankind and the importance of relationships with God, the land, and one another.
    Ex: The system is designed to ensure consonance between the indexer and the user.
    * afinidades = common ground.
    * encontrar afinidades = find + common ground.
    * índice de afinidad = affinity index.
    * tener afinidades = share + common ground.

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    1 (entre personas, caracteres) affinity
    no tengo ninguna afinidad con él I have nothing in common with him
    2 ( Fís, Quím) affinity
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    afinidad sustantivo femenino (entre personas, caracteres) affinity;

    afinidad sustantivo femenino affinity

    ' afinidad' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ser
    - parecerse
    English:
    affinity
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    1. [armonía, semejanza] affinity;
    sentir afinidad hacia alguien to feel one has something in common with sb;
    hay afinidad de gustos entre ellos they share similar tastes
    2. [parentesco]
    por afinidad by marriage
    3. Quím affinity
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    f affinity
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    : affinity, similarity

    Spanish-English dictionary > afinidad

  • 5 alcalinidad

    f.
    alkalinity, state of being alkaline.
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    1 alkalinity
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    Ex. Alkalinity refers to the capability of water to neutralize acid.
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    Ex: Alkalinity refers to the capability of water to neutralize acid.

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    alkalinity
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    Quím alkalinity

    Spanish-English dictionary > alcalinidad

  • 6 aptitud

    f.
    ability, aptitude.
    tener aptitud para algo to have an aptitude for something
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    1 (abilidad) aptitude, ability
    2 (idoneidad) suitability, aptness
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    noun f.
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    SF
    1) (=conveniencia) suitability, fitness ( para for)
    2) (=capacidad) aptitude, ability
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    femenino flair

    tener aptitud para los negocios/idiomas — to have a flair for business/languages

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    Ex. In tracking, schools categorize according to measures of intelligence, achievement, or aptitude and then assign students to ability or interest-grouped classes = En la subdivisión de los alumnos en clases según su nivel académico, las escuelas agrupan a los alumnos de acuerdo con su nivel de inteligencia, habilidad o aptitud y luego los asignan a las clases según su capacidad o por sus intereses.
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    * aptitudes = qualification.
    * certificado de aptitud = certification.
    * renovación de certificado de aptitud = recertification.
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    femenino flair

    tener aptitud para los negocios/idiomas — to have a flair for business/languages

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    Ex: In tracking, schools categorize according to measures of intelligence, achievement, or aptitude and then assign students to ability or interest-grouped classes = En la subdivisión de los alumnos en clases según su nivel académico, las escuelas agrupan a los alumnos de acuerdo con su nivel de inteligencia, habilidad o aptitud y luego los asignan a las clases según su capacidad o por sus intereses.

    * aptitudes = qualification.
    * certificado de aptitud = certification.
    * renovación de certificado de aptitud = recertification.

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    flair aptitud PARA algo:
    ha demostrado tener aptitud para los negocios she has shown that she has a real flair for business o a good head for business
    carece de aptitudes para el ballet she shows no talent for ballet
    tiene aptitudes para los idiomas he has a great gift o flair for languages
    Compuesto:
    legal competence
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    aptitud sustantivo femenino
    flair;

    carece de aptitudes para el ballet she shows no talent for ballet
    aptitud sustantivo femenino aptitude
    tener aptitud para, to have a flair for

    ' aptitud' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    competencia
    - ser
    - facultad
    - oído
    - para
    - talento
    - facilidad
    - lingüístico
    - suficiencia
    English:
    ability
    - aptitude
    - aptitude test
    - clever
    - competence
    - natural
    - PGCE
    - comprehensive
    - fitness
    - grammar
    - stream
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    ability, aptitude;
    no tiene aptitud para la música he has no musical ability, he has no aptitude for music;
    tiene aptitudes para convertirse en una estrella del deporte she has the ability to become one of the stars of the sport;
    tuvo que pasar unas pruebas de aptitud física he had to undergo a number of fitness tests
    aptitudes artísticas artistic ability;
    aptitudes profesionales professional skills;
    aptitudes sociales social skills
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    f aptitude ( para for), flair ( para for)
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    : aptitude, capability
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    aptitud n aptitude

    Spanish-English dictionary > aptitud

  • 7 asombrosamente

    adv.
    amazingly, wonderfully, marvellously.
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    1 amazingly, astonishingly
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    ADV amazingly, astonishingly
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    = bewilderingly, startlingly, astonishingly, staggeringly, uncannily, surprisingly, amazingly.
    Ex. These factors, when combined with the computer's ability to select only those items meeting a bewilderingly complex set of conditions, provide an access capability unimagined with the book or card catalogs of Mr Cutter.
    Ex. Startlingly, we find also that Rule 2.44 would permit either Horses -- Diseases or Horse -- Diseases -- Strangles for a document on strangles in horses (an infectious streptococcal fever); the first of these is blatantly class entry rather than specific, while the second is equally blatantly alphabetico classed.
    Ex. These disk drives have been incorporated into microcomputers at astonishingly low prices.
    Ex. Not surprisingly, there is a staggeringly low take-up of welfare benefits, estimated at between 350 million pounds and 650 million pounds a year.
    Ex. Sawyer's works are at once uncomfortably personal and uncannily universal.
    Ex. The 2nd family, dealing with amino acid residues covalently bound in soil organic matter, yielded documents having surprisingly little overlap with those retrieved from Chemical Abstracts (CA).
    Ex. The market for books on cooking is increasingly made up of home cooks with an amazingly sophisticated set of skills and tastes.
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    = bewilderingly, startlingly, astonishingly, staggeringly, uncannily, surprisingly, amazingly.

    Ex: These factors, when combined with the computer's ability to select only those items meeting a bewilderingly complex set of conditions, provide an access capability unimagined with the book or card catalogs of Mr Cutter.

    Ex: Startlingly, we find also that Rule 2.44 would permit either Horses -- Diseases or Horse -- Diseases -- Strangles for a document on strangles in horses (an infectious streptococcal fever); the first of these is blatantly class entry rather than specific, while the second is equally blatantly alphabetico classed.
    Ex: These disk drives have been incorporated into microcomputers at astonishingly low prices.
    Ex: Not surprisingly, there is a staggeringly low take-up of welfare benefits, estimated at between 350 million pounds and 650 million pounds a year.
    Ex: Sawyer's works are at once uncomfortably personal and uncannily universal.
    Ex: The 2nd family, dealing with amino acid residues covalently bound in soil organic matter, yielded documents having surprisingly little overlap with those retrieved from Chemical Abstracts (CA).
    Ex: The market for books on cooking is increasingly made up of home cooks with an amazingly sophisticated set of skills and tastes.

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    amazingly, astonishingly
    lo hizo asombrosamente bien she did it amazingly o astonishingly well
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    amazingly, astonishingly;
    salió asombrosamente ileso del accidente amazingly o astonishingly, he was not injured in the accident

    Spanish-English dictionary > asombrosamente

  • 8 baudio

    m.
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    1 baud
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    SM (Inform) baud
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    = baud.
    Ex. The transmission capability of a computer links is measured in bauds, or bits per second; a typical computer-terminal link using telephone lines might function at 300 baud, giving a transmission rate of about 30 characters per second.
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    * baudios = baud rate.
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    = baud.

    Ex: The transmission capability of a computer links is measured in bauds, or bits per second; a typical computer-terminal link using telephone lines might function at 300 baud, giving a transmission rate of about 30 characters per second.

    * baudios = baud rate.

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    baud
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    baudio nm
    Informát baud

    Spanish-English dictionary > baudio

  • 9 búsqueda cruzada de ficheros

    Ex. The useful feature of Dialog's OneSearch cross-file searching capability are described in the light of experience gained in its use at Portland State University.
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    Ex: The useful feature of Dialog's OneSearch cross-file searching capability are described in the light of experience gained in its use at Portland State University.

    Spanish-English dictionary > búsqueda cruzada de ficheros

  • 10 búsqueda en múltiples ficheros

    Ex. The useful feature of Dialog's OneSearch cross-file searching capability are described in the light of experience gained in its use at Portland State University.
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    Ex: The useful feature of Dialog's OneSearch cross-file searching capability are described in the light of experience gained in its use at Portland State University.

    Spanish-English dictionary > búsqueda en múltiples ficheros

  • 11 búsqueda en texto completo

    Ex. The system, called 'T-Search', includes not only automatic phonetic searching but also capabilities of full text search and couples them with the capability to search the figurative elements of trademarks.
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    Ex: The system, called 'T-Search', includes not only automatic phonetic searching but also capabilities of full text search and couples them with the capability to search the figurative elements of trademarks.

    Spanish-English dictionary > búsqueda en texto completo

  • 12 capacidad de absorción

    (n.) = absorptive capacity, absorptive capability
    Ex. These findings may have implications for those concerned with student learning styles and absorptive capacity.
    Ex. Assimilation theories exaggerate the absorptive capability of the majority culture & oversimplify the social transaction processes between ethnic boundaries.
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    (n.) = absorptive capacity, absorptive capability

    Ex: These findings may have implications for those concerned with student learning styles and absorptive capacity.

    Ex: Assimilation theories exaggerate the absorptive capability of the majority culture & oversimplify the social transaction processes between ethnic boundaries.

    Spanish-English dictionary > capacidad de absorción

  • 13 capacidad física

    f.
    1 physical fitness.
    2 physical capacity.
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    Ex. But we simply don't have the physical or mental capability to follow through on every great idea we get.
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    Ex: But we simply don't have the physical or mental capability to follow through on every great idea we get.

    Spanish-English dictionary > capacidad física

  • 14 capacidad mental

    f.
    intelligence, mental capacity, brain power, mentality.
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    (n.) = brainpower [brain power], mental capability
    Ex. The brainpower of its citizens is America's greatest natural resource but much is going to waste = La capacidad mental de sus ciudadanos es el principal recurso natural de América aunque mucho se está desperdiciando.
    Ex. But we simply don't have the physical or mental capability to follow through on every great idea we get.
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    (n.) = brainpower [brain power], mental capability

    Ex: The brainpower of its citizens is America's greatest natural resource but much is going to waste = La capacidad mental de sus ciudadanos es el principal recurso natural de América aunque mucho se está desperdiciando.

    Ex: But we simply don't have the physical or mental capability to follow through on every great idea we get.

    Spanish-English dictionary > capacidad mental

  • 15 capacidad1

    1 = ability, capability, competence, appetite, capacity, hat, aptitude, faculty.
    Ex. The ability to search on word stems is particularly valuable where the text to be searched is in free-language format.
    Ex. DOBIS/LIBIS may replace the typewriter and the catalog card but it cannot replace the decision-making capabilities of the library staff.
    Ex. In order that you should be able to perform these required skills with greater competence, selected elements of the theory of subject indexing will be included.
    Ex. Such machines will have enourmous appetites.
    Ex. Older people have suffered some losses in sensory and physical capacity, and newer teaching techniques might intimidate them.
    Ex. The city librarian has commonly been a general cultural consultant, often with more than one hat, with the curatorship of the museum and/or art gallery as additional offices.
    Ex. In tracking, schools categorize according to measures of intelligence, achievement, or aptitude and then assign students to ability or interest-grouped classes = En la subdivisión de los alumnos en clases según su nivel académico, las escuelas agrupan a los alumnos de acuerdo con su nivel de inteligencia, habilidad o aptitud y luego los asignan a las clases según su capacidad o por sus intereses.
    Ex. Sophia no sooner saw Blifil than she turned pale, and almost lost the use of all her faculties.
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    * actuar por encima de {Posesivo} capacidades = punch above + Posesivo + weight.
    * capacidad académica = academic ability.
    * capacidad analítica = analytical capacity.
    * capacidad cognitiva = cognitive ability, cognitive capacity.
    * capacidad comunicativa = speaking skills.
    * capacidad crediticia = credit standing.
    * capacidad crítica = critical skills, critical awareness, critical faculty.
    * capacidad crítica de los programas televisivos = teleliteracy.
    * capacidad de absorción = absorptive capacity, absorptive capability.
    * capacidad de búsqueda = searching power.
    * capacidad de comercialización = marketability.
    * capacidad de comprensión = listening skills, understanding capacity.
    * capacidad de discriminación = discriminating power.
    * capacidad deductiva = heuristic power.
    * capacidad de enganche = holding power.
    * capacidad de escuchar = listening skills.
    * capacidad de interpretar imágenes = visual literacy.
    * capacidad de interpretar información estadística = graphic literacy, spatial literacy, statistical literacy.
    * capacidad de leer = reading skills.
    * capacidad de manejar la información = information handling.
    * capacidad de mantener la atención = attention span.
    * capacidad de negociación = bargaining power.
    * capacidad de procesamiento = throughput, processing power.
    * capacidad de producción = throughput.
    * capacidad de promoción = promotability.
    * capacidad de razonamiento = thinking skills.
    * capacidad de resolver problemas = problem-solving ability.
    * capacidad de retención = holding power.
    * capacidad de saber leer y escribir = literacy skills.
    * capacidad económica = earning capacity, earning power.
    * capacidades informáticas = computer skills.
    * capacidad física = physical capability.
    * capacidad informática = computing power.
    * capacidad intelectual = intellectual ability.
    * capacidad lingüística = language skill.
    * capacidad mental = brainpower [brain power], mental capability.
    * desarrollar la capacidad de = gain in + the ability to.
    * desarrollar las capacidades = fulfil + potential.
    * desarrollo de capacidades = capacity building.
    * en + Posesivo + capacidad como = in + Posesivo + capacity as.
    * no actuando en capacidad de autor = non-authorial.
    * persona que rinde por debajo de su capacidad = underachiever.
    * sin capacidad de discernimiento = undiscriminating.
    * tener la capacidad de = have + the potential (to/for).

    Spanish-English dictionary > capacidad1

  • 16 colaboración

    f.
    1 collaboration, assistance, help, cooperation.
    2 contribution.
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    1 collaboration
    2 (prensa) contribution
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    noun f.
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    SF
    1) (=cooperación) collaboration
    2) [en periódico] [gen] contribution; (=artículo) article
    3) [de congreso] paper
    4) (=donativo) contribution
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    femenino collaboration

    en colaboración con alguien/algo — in collaboration with somebody/something

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    = collaboration, contribution, cooperation [co-operation], linkage, partnership, synergy, cooperative effort, partnering, fertilisation [fertilization, -USA], team effort, input, engagement.
    Ex. A work of shared responsibility is one where the work has arisen from collaboration between two or more persons or corporative bodies.
    Ex. The major difference is that a periodical index relates to a number of issues and to contributions from a number of different authors.
    Ex. Combined catalogues showing the resources available to a group of libraries have been a feature of library co-operation for many years.
    Ex. We have just stated that the linkage of varying titles and varying forms of entry have to be done on the same basis in an automated situation as in a manual situation.
    Ex. The partnership between the CLT and industry is considered in some detail.
    Ex. The homogeneity, competitiveness and resulting synergy of this market is fostering significant advances in the capability of smaller computers to manage large massess of data.
    Ex. Conservation problems are so many and so complex that only dedicated cooperative efforts can reverse the current rapid deterioration of library stocks.
    Ex. These include partnering with: principals, teachers, community members, public librarians and businesses.
    Ex. The traditional methods of marketing and selling on-line bibliographic data base services have revolved around fertilisation between the marketing and sales departments.
    Ex. The planning of the library represented a total team effort of librarian, architect, consultant, and interior designer.
    Ex. In order to stimulate international input, the IFLA Office for UBC invited catalogers in unrepresented countries to recommend revisions of the AACR and to comment on the potential of the second edition as an international code.
    Ex. Any attempt to coerce a response without good reason based on that child's present predicament is to place in jeopardy the child's willing engagement now and in the future.
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    * acuerdo de colaboración = collaborative partnership, partnership agreement.
    * autoría en colaboración = collaborative writing.
    * colaboración en equipo = collaborative teamwork.
    * colaboración en la investigación = cooperative research.
    * colaboración estrecha = close collaboration.
    * colaboracion interdisciplinar = interdisciplinary collaboration.
    * colaboración perfecta = marriage made in heaven.
    * contar con la colaboración de = enjoy + cooperation with.
    * creación de acuerdo de colaboración = partnership building.
    * diseñar en colaboración = co-design.
    * editar en colaboración = coedit [co-edit].
    * en colaboración = collaborative, cooperative [co-operative], jointly, participatory, in concert, in consort, collaboratively, synergistic, synergistically, in tandem, in a tandem fashion, in partnership.
    * en colaboración con = in concert with, in consultation with, in collaboration with, in alliance with, in conjunction with, in partnership with.
    * en estrecha colaboración = in close collaboration.
    * en estrecha colaboración con = hand-in-glove with.
    * escribir en colaboración = co-write [cowrite].
    * establecer una colaboración = forge + collaboration.
    * financiar en colaboración = co-finance [cofinance].
    * investigación en colaboración = collaborative research.
    * organizar en colaboración = co-organise [co-organize, -USA].
    * patrocinar en colaboración con = co-host.
    * proyecto de colaboración = joint venture.
    * proyecto en colaboración = collaborative project.
    * trabajar en colaboración = team, interwork.
    * trabajar en colaboración (con) = team up (with).
    * trabajo en colaboración = interworking.
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    femenino collaboration

    en colaboración con alguien/algo — in collaboration with somebody/something

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    = collaboration, contribution, cooperation [co-operation], linkage, partnership, synergy, cooperative effort, partnering, fertilisation [fertilization, -USA], team effort, input, engagement.

    Ex: A work of shared responsibility is one where the work has arisen from collaboration between two or more persons or corporative bodies.

    Ex: The major difference is that a periodical index relates to a number of issues and to contributions from a number of different authors.
    Ex: Combined catalogues showing the resources available to a group of libraries have been a feature of library co-operation for many years.
    Ex: We have just stated that the linkage of varying titles and varying forms of entry have to be done on the same basis in an automated situation as in a manual situation.
    Ex: The partnership between the CLT and industry is considered in some detail.
    Ex: The homogeneity, competitiveness and resulting synergy of this market is fostering significant advances in the capability of smaller computers to manage large massess of data.
    Ex: Conservation problems are so many and so complex that only dedicated cooperative efforts can reverse the current rapid deterioration of library stocks.
    Ex: These include partnering with: principals, teachers, community members, public librarians and businesses.
    Ex: The traditional methods of marketing and selling on-line bibliographic data base services have revolved around fertilisation between the marketing and sales departments.
    Ex: The planning of the library represented a total team effort of librarian, architect, consultant, and interior designer.
    Ex: In order to stimulate international input, the IFLA Office for UBC invited catalogers in unrepresented countries to recommend revisions of the AACR and to comment on the potential of the second edition as an international code.
    Ex: Any attempt to coerce a response without good reason based on that child's present predicament is to place in jeopardy the child's willing engagement now and in the future.
    * acuerdo de colaboración = collaborative partnership, partnership agreement.
    * autoría en colaboración = collaborative writing.
    * colaboración en equipo = collaborative teamwork.
    * colaboración en la investigación = cooperative research.
    * colaboración estrecha = close collaboration.
    * colaboracion interdisciplinar = interdisciplinary collaboration.
    * colaboración perfecta = marriage made in heaven.
    * contar con la colaboración de = enjoy + cooperation with.
    * creación de acuerdo de colaboración = partnership building.
    * diseñar en colaboración = co-design.
    * editar en colaboración = coedit [co-edit].
    * en colaboración = collaborative, cooperative [co-operative], jointly, participatory, in concert, in consort, collaboratively, synergistic, synergistically, in tandem, in a tandem fashion, in partnership.
    * en colaboración con = in concert with, in consultation with, in collaboration with, in alliance with, in conjunction with, in partnership with.
    * en estrecha colaboración = in close collaboration.
    * en estrecha colaboración con = hand-in-glove with.
    * escribir en colaboración = co-write [cowrite].
    * establecer una colaboración = forge + collaboration.
    * financiar en colaboración = co-finance [cofinance].
    * investigación en colaboración = collaborative research.
    * organizar en colaboración = co-organise [co-organize, -USA].
    * patrocinar en colaboración con = co-host.
    * proyecto de colaboración = joint venture.
    * proyecto en colaboración = collaborative project.
    * trabajar en colaboración = team, interwork.
    * trabajar en colaboración (con) = team up (with).
    * trabajo en colaboración = interworking.

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    collaboration
    lo escribió en colaboración con dos colegas suyos he wrote it in collaboration with two of his colleagues
    cuento con su colaboración I am counting on your assistance o help
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    colaboración sustantivo femenino
    collaboration;
    en colaboración con algn/algo in collaboration with sb/sth

    colaboración sustantivo femenino
    1 (ayuda) collaboration
    2 Prensa contribution

    ' colaboración' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    concurso
    - entre
    - junta
    - junto
    - no
    - prestar
    - contribución
    - estrecho
    English:
    call on
    - collaboration
    - contribution
    - closely
    - cooperation
    - cooperative
    * * *
    1. [cooperación] collaboration;
    hacer algo en colaboración con alguien to do sth in collaboration with sb;
    necesito tu colaboración para escribir el artículo I need your help to write this article;
    fue acusado de colaboración con banda armada he was accused of collaborating with o helping a terrorist organization
    2. [de prensa] contribution, article
    * * *
    f collaboration
    * * *
    colaboración n cooperation

    Spanish-English dictionary > colaboración

  • 17 competitividad

    f.
    competitiveness.
    * * *
    1 competitiveness
    * * *
    * * *
    femenino competitiveness
    * * *
    = competition, competitiveness, one-upmanship.
    Ex. The published abstracting and indexing journal probably still retains its prominence, despite competition from its more fashionable rivals.
    Ex. The homogeneity, competitiveness and resulting synergy of this market is fostering significant advances in the capability of smaller computers to manage large massess of data.
    Ex. She had a distant fleeting vision of a workplace in which people acted like free and sensible human beings, instead of like the martyrized and victimized puppets of a terrible system called ' one-upmanship'.
    ----
    * desde el punto de vista de la competitividad = competitively.
    * * *
    femenino competitiveness
    * * *
    = competition, competitiveness, one-upmanship.

    Ex: The published abstracting and indexing journal probably still retains its prominence, despite competition from its more fashionable rivals.

    Ex: The homogeneity, competitiveness and resulting synergy of this market is fostering significant advances in the capability of smaller computers to manage large massess of data.
    Ex: She had a distant fleeting vision of a workplace in which people acted like free and sensible human beings, instead of like the martyrized and victimized puppets of a terrible system called ' one-upmanship'.
    * desde el punto de vista de la competitividad = competitively.

    * * *
    competitiveness
    * * *

     

    competitividad sustantivo femenino
    competitiveness
    competitividad sustantivo femenino competitivity
    ' competitividad' also found in these entries:
    English:
    rat race
    - competitiveness
    * * *
    1. [de persona] competitiveness
    2. [de producto, empresa] competitiveness
    * * *
    f competitiveness
    * * *
    : competitiveness

    Spanish-English dictionary > competitividad

  • 18 con experiencia ampliamente demostrada

    (adj.) = proven
    Ex. One of these two systems has a proven capability of communication and of interfacing many libraries, the other is based on traditional values of authority files.
    * * *
    (adj.) = proven

    Ex: One of these two systems has a proven capability of communication and of interfacing many libraries, the other is based on traditional values of authority files.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con experiencia ampliamente demostrada

  • 19 con voz

    (adj.) = talking
    Ex. From partially-automated directory assistance to talking Yellow Pages and interactive services, telephone directory applications have addressed the constraints of non-visual menus, limited input capability, and natural versus synthetic output.
    * * *
    (adj.) = talking

    Ex: From partially-automated directory assistance to talking Yellow Pages and interactive services, telephone directory applications have addressed the constraints of non-visual menus, limited input capability, and natural versus synthetic output.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con voz

  • 20 conexión entre ordenadores

    Ex. The transmission capability of a computer links is measured in bauds, or bits per second; a typical computer-terminal link using telephone lines might function at 300 baud, giving a transmission rate of about 30 characters per second.
    * * *

    Ex: The transmission capability of a computer links is measured in bauds, or bits per second; a typical computer-terminal link using telephone lines might function at 300 baud, giving a transmission rate of about 30 characters per second.

    Spanish-English dictionary > conexión entre ordenadores

См. также в других словарях:

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