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castigation

  • 1 amonestación

    f.
    1 admonition, admonishment, rebuke, castigation.
    2 warning.
    * * *
    1 (reprensión) reprimand, admonition, admonishment
    2 (advertencia) warning
    3 DEPORTE caution, booking
    1 banns
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=reprimenda) reprimand; (=advertencia) warning; (=consejo) piece of advice; (Ftbl) caution, yellow card; (Jur) caution
    2) pl amonestaciones (Rel) marriage banns
    * * *
    femenino ( reprimenda) warning; ( en fútbol) caution, booking
    * * *
    = admonition, reprimand, admonishment, slap on the wrist, caution.
    Ex. One of George Santayana's dicta, which is engraved as a guiding principle in my mind, is his admonition that 'Those who ignore the past are condemned to repeat it'.
    Ex. This article stresses the importance of praise as opposed to reprimands.
    Ex. He chose not to abide by the admonishments who warned that serving simultaneously as politician and journalist would call into question their ability to act in the best interests of the public.
    Ex. It is hard to believe that the public will see a reprimand in this case as anything more than a slap on the wrist.
    Ex. As a result, yellow cards to indicate a caution and red cards to indicate an expulsion were used for the first time in the 1970 FIFA World Cup in Mexico.
    * * *
    femenino ( reprimenda) warning; ( en fútbol) caution, booking
    * * *
    = admonition, reprimand, admonishment, slap on the wrist, caution.

    Ex: One of George Santayana's dicta, which is engraved as a guiding principle in my mind, is his admonition that 'Those who ignore the past are condemned to repeat it'.

    Ex: This article stresses the importance of praise as opposed to reprimands.
    Ex: He chose not to abide by the admonishments who warned that serving simultaneously as politician and journalist would call into question their ability to act in the best interests of the public.
    Ex: It is hard to believe that the public will see a reprimand in this case as anything more than a slap on the wrist.
    Ex: As a result, yellow cards to indicate a caution and red cards to indicate an expulsion were used for the first time in the 1970 FIFA World Cup in Mexico.

    * * *
    A (reprimenda) warning; (en fútbol) caution, booking
    B ( Der, Relig) banns (pl)
    publicar las amonestaciones to publish the banns
    * * *

    amonestación sustantivo femenino ( reprimenda) warning;
    ( en fútbol) caution, booking
    amonestación sustantivo femenino
    1 rebuke, reprimand
    Dep warning
    2 Rel amonestaciones, (marriage) banns
    ' amonestación' also found in these entries:
    English:
    bind over
    - booking
    - caution
    - warning
    - let
    * * *
    1. [reprimenda] reprimand
    2. [en fútbol] warning
    3.
    amonestaciones [para matrimonio] banns
    * * *
    f
    1 warning; DEP tb
    caution
    2
    :
    * * *
    1) apercibimiento: admonition, warning
    2) amonestaciones nfpl: banns

    Spanish-English dictionary > amonestación

  • 2 censura

    f.
    1 censorship.
    2 censors (organismo).
    3 censure, severe criticism.
    pres.indicat.
    3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) present indicative of spanish verb: censurar.
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    1 censorship
    2 (crítica) censure, criticism, condemnation
    \
    censura de cuentas audit, auditing
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    noun f.
    2) censure, criticism
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=supresión) censorship
    2) (=institución) censors pl
    3) (=condena) censure frm, criticism
    moción 1), voto 1)
    4) (Com, Econ)
    * * *
    a) ( reprobación) censure (frml), condemnation
    b) (de libros, películas) censorship
    * * *
    = censorship, censure, reproach, stricture, rebuke, reproof, castigation, bleep, reproval.
    Ex. Having failed to make that note, there was no further justification for several possible subject tracings like censorship -- UNITED STATES-CASE STUDIES, SECURITY CLASSIFICATION -- UNITED STATES-CASE STUDIES, and so on.
    Ex. The author also outlines a system for microfilming and destroying documents to escape judicial censure.
    Ex. A standing reproach to all librarians is the non-user.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Political and administrative strictures on the National Libraries Authority proposal'.
    Ex. In a stinging rebuke to the American Library Association, Nat Hentoff has criticized the ALA for failing to take action to defend volunteer librarians in Cuba who are being subjected to a brutal crackdown.
    Ex. Reproof should have a debilitating effect upon performance while praise should result in a somewhat higher increase in performance.
    Ex. This unremitting castigation of the Nazi masks both the historical complicity of the United States with Nazi crimes and our own racist and genocidal histories.
    Ex. They wish to have all bleeps declared illegal on publicly airwaves.
    Ex. He received a two-year suspension for violating the conditions of a public reproval and being convicted of two drunk driving.
    ----
    * censuras a los materiales = challenges to materials.
    * expurgado por censura = bowdlerized.
    * expurgo por censura = bowdlerization.
    * libre de censura = uncensored.
    * moción de censura = censure motion, vote of no confidence.
    * voto de censura = vote of no confidence.
    * * *
    a) ( reprobación) censure (frml), condemnation
    b) (de libros, películas) censorship
    * * *
    = censorship, censure, reproach, stricture, rebuke, reproof, castigation, bleep, reproval.

    Ex: Having failed to make that note, there was no further justification for several possible subject tracings like censorship -- UNITED STATES-CASE STUDIES, SECURITY CLASSIFICATION -- UNITED STATES-CASE STUDIES, and so on.

    Ex: The author also outlines a system for microfilming and destroying documents to escape judicial censure.
    Ex: A standing reproach to all librarians is the non-user.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'Political and administrative strictures on the National Libraries Authority proposal'.
    Ex: In a stinging rebuke to the American Library Association, Nat Hentoff has criticized the ALA for failing to take action to defend volunteer librarians in Cuba who are being subjected to a brutal crackdown.
    Ex: Reproof should have a debilitating effect upon performance while praise should result in a somewhat higher increase in performance.
    Ex: This unremitting castigation of the Nazi masks both the historical complicity of the United States with Nazi crimes and our own racist and genocidal histories.
    Ex: They wish to have all bleeps declared illegal on publicly airwaves.
    Ex: He received a two-year suspension for violating the conditions of a public reproval and being convicted of two drunk driving.
    * censuras a los materiales = challenges to materials.
    * expurgado por censura = bowdlerized.
    * expurgo por censura = bowdlerization.
    * libre de censura = uncensored.
    * moción de censura = censure motion, vote of no confidence.
    * voto de censura = vote of no confidence.

    * * *
    1 (reprobación) censure ( frml), condemnation, criticism
    su comportamiento fue objeto de censura por parte de la prensa his behavior was criticized o condemned by the press, his behavior received criticism o condemnation in the press
    2 (de libros, películas) censorship
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    Del verbo censurar: ( conjugate censurar)

    censura es:

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

    2ª persona singular (tú) imperativo

    Multiple Entries:
    censura    
    censurar
    censura sustantivo femenino

    b) (de libros, películas) censorship

    censurar ( conjugate censurar) verbo transitivo

    b)libro/película to censor, ‹escena/párrafo to cut, censor

    censura sustantivo femenino
    1 censorship
    2 Pol moción de censura, vote of no confidence
    censurar verbo transitivo
    1 (libro, película) to censor: algunas escenas de la obra fueron censuradas, some scenes from the play werer cut
    2 (criticar, reprobar) to censure, criticize: censuramos su modo de tratar a los alumnos, we disapprove of the way he treats his students
    ' censura' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    crítica
    - moción
    - voto
    English:
    blackout
    - censorship
    - censure
    - news blackout
    - vote
    - censor
    * * *
    1. [prohibición] censorship
    2.
    la censura [organismo] the censors
    3. [reprobación] censure, severe criticism;
    decir algo en tono de censura to say something censoriously o in a tone of censure
    4. Esp Econ censura de cuentas inspection of accounts, audit
    * * *
    f censorship
    * * *
    1) : censorship
    2) : censure, criticism

    Spanish-English dictionary > censura

  • 3 crítica

    f.
    1 criticism, unfavorable commentary, unfavorable remark.
    2 critique, criticism, reviewal, review.
    3 criticizing, carping, rap, criticism.
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    1 (juicio, censura) criticism
    2 (prensa) review, write-up
    \
    hacer críticas to criticize
    ser dado,-a a las críticas to be very critical
    tener buena crítica to get good reviews
    crítica teatral theatre (US theater) column
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    1. f., (m. - crítico) 2. noun f.
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    SF
    1) (=censura) criticism

    recibir duras críticas — to be severely criticized, come in for severe criticism

    lanzó duras críticas contra el Gobierno — he levelled fierce criticism at the Government, he launched a fierce attack on the Government

    2) [en periódico, revista] review; (=ensayo, libro) critique
    3)

    la crítica(=los críticos) the critics pl

    4) (=actividad) criticism; (=chismes) gossip
    crítico
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    1) (ataque, censura) criticism

    ha sido objeto de numerosas críticasshe has come in for o been the object of a lot of criticism

    2) (Art, Espec, Lit)
    a) ( reseña) review; ( ensayo) critique
    b)

    la crítica — ( los críticos) the critics (pl)

    c) ( actividad) criticism
    * * *
    = attack, criticism, critique, review, censure, reproach, rap, stricture, reproof, flak [flack], castigation, sniping, reproval, write-up.
    Ex. The incentive to make library services more relevant to the community became increasingly urgent from the mid-seventies as the attacks on local government finance gathered momentum.
    Ex. The main criticism of the notation that has been voiced in that the notation for more specific subjects can be extremely long.
    Ex. Of particular note is his classic monograph 'Prejudices and Antipathies', published by Scarecrow Press, a critique of LC entry and subject heading practices.
    Ex. The review is supported by a complete list of LIPs completed or in progess at Aug 88, followed by references to their reports.
    Ex. The author also outlines a system for microfilming and destroying documents to escape judicial censure.
    Ex. A standing reproach to all librarians is the non-user.
    Ex. The article 'Why do academic libraries get such a bad rap?' considers the reasons why the roles of librarians and libraries in academic institutions should be so poorly understood.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Political and administrative strictures on the National Libraries Authority proposal'.
    Ex. Reproof should have a debilitating effect upon performance while praise should result in a somewhat higher increase in performance.
    Ex. This is the latest news organization to get flak for banning unapproved links to its Web site.
    Ex. This unremitting castigation of the Nazi masks both the historical complicity of the United States with Nazi crimes and our own racist and genocidal histories.
    Ex. Some folks in the commercial world enjoy all the internal get-ahead mutual sniping and jealous backbiting and ambitious politicking that goes on in it.
    Ex. He received a two-year suspension for violating the conditions of a public reproval and being convicted of two drunk driving.
    Ex. If you read some of their write-ups, you can be sure that their endgame is to give a part of this country to Tamils.
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    * crítica cinematográfica = film review, cinematic criticism, film criticism.
    * crítica constante = nagging.
    * crítica constructiva = constructive criticism.
    * crítica de cine = film review.
    * crítica de música = music review.
    * crítica de película = film review.
    * crítica feroz = hatchet job.
    * crítica literaria = literary review, literary criticism.
    * crítica mordaz = hatchet job.
    * crítica muy favorable = rave review.
    * críticas = backbiting.
    * crítica social = social commentary.
    * desbaratar las críticas = disarm + criticism.
    * dirigir una crítica hacia = level + criticism at.
    * hacer crítica = find + fault with.
    * hacer una crítica = formulate + criticism, offer + criticism, air + criticism, critique, raise + criticism.
    * hacer un crítica a = level + criticism at.
    * invalidar las críticas = disarm + criticism.
    * levantar crítica = arouse + criticism, raise + criticism.
    * por encima de toda crítica = beyond reproach, above reproach.
    * realizar una crítica = raise + criticism.
    * recibir críticas muy favorables = receive + rave reviews.
    * recibir duras críticas = take + a pounding, take + a beating.
    * ser digno de crítica = merit + a critical eye.
    * ser el blanco de las críticas = come under + fire.
    * ser objeto de crítica = attract + criticism, come in + for criticism, be under criticism, be subjected to + criticism, be (the) subject of/to criticism, take + heat.
    * silenciar las críticas = silence + criticism.
    * suscitar crítica = arouse + criticism, raise + criticism.
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    1) (ataque, censura) criticism

    ha sido objeto de numerosas críticasshe has come in for o been the object of a lot of criticism

    2) (Art, Espec, Lit)
    a) ( reseña) review; ( ensayo) critique
    b)

    la crítica — ( los críticos) the critics (pl)

    c) ( actividad) criticism
    * * *
    = attack, criticism, critique, review, censure, reproach, rap, stricture, reproof, flak [flack], castigation, sniping, reproval, write-up.

    Ex: The incentive to make library services more relevant to the community became increasingly urgent from the mid-seventies as the attacks on local government finance gathered momentum.

    Ex: The main criticism of the notation that has been voiced in that the notation for more specific subjects can be extremely long.
    Ex: Of particular note is his classic monograph 'Prejudices and Antipathies', published by Scarecrow Press, a critique of LC entry and subject heading practices.
    Ex: The review is supported by a complete list of LIPs completed or in progess at Aug 88, followed by references to their reports.
    Ex: The author also outlines a system for microfilming and destroying documents to escape judicial censure.
    Ex: A standing reproach to all librarians is the non-user.
    Ex: The article 'Why do academic libraries get such a bad rap?' considers the reasons why the roles of librarians and libraries in academic institutions should be so poorly understood.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'Political and administrative strictures on the National Libraries Authority proposal'.
    Ex: Reproof should have a debilitating effect upon performance while praise should result in a somewhat higher increase in performance.
    Ex: This is the latest news organization to get flak for banning unapproved links to its Web site.
    Ex: This unremitting castigation of the Nazi masks both the historical complicity of the United States with Nazi crimes and our own racist and genocidal histories.
    Ex: Some folks in the commercial world enjoy all the internal get-ahead mutual sniping and jealous backbiting and ambitious politicking that goes on in it.
    Ex: He received a two-year suspension for violating the conditions of a public reproval and being convicted of two drunk driving.
    Ex: If you read some of their write-ups, you can be sure that their endgame is to give a part of this country to Tamils.
    * crítica cinematográfica = film review, cinematic criticism, film criticism.
    * crítica constante = nagging.
    * crítica constructiva = constructive criticism.
    * crítica de cine = film review.
    * crítica de música = music review.
    * crítica de película = film review.
    * crítica feroz = hatchet job.
    * crítica literaria = literary review, literary criticism.
    * crítica mordaz = hatchet job.
    * crítica muy favorable = rave review.
    * críticas = backbiting.
    * crítica social = social commentary.
    * desbaratar las críticas = disarm + criticism.
    * dirigir una crítica hacia = level + criticism at.
    * hacer crítica = find + fault with.
    * hacer una crítica = formulate + criticism, offer + criticism, air + criticism, critique, raise + criticism.
    * hacer un crítica a = level + criticism at.
    * invalidar las críticas = disarm + criticism.
    * levantar crítica = arouse + criticism, raise + criticism.
    * por encima de toda crítica = beyond reproach, above reproach.
    * realizar una crítica = raise + criticism.
    * recibir críticas muy favorables = receive + rave reviews.
    * recibir duras críticas = take + a pounding, take + a beating.
    * ser digno de crítica = merit + a critical eye.
    * ser el blanco de las críticas = come under + fire.
    * ser objeto de crítica = attract + criticism, come in + for criticism, be under criticism, be subjected to + criticism, be (the) subject of/to criticism, take + heat.
    * silenciar las críticas = silence + criticism.
    * suscitar crítica = arouse + criticism, raise + criticism.

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    A
    (ataque): ha sido recientemente objeto de numerosas críticas she has come in for o been the object of a lot of criticism recently
    dirigió duras críticas contra el obispo he launched a fierce attack on o leveled fierce criticism at the bishop, he strongly attacked the bishop
    B ( Art, Espec, Lit)
    1 (reseña) review; (ensayo) critique
    la película ha recibido muy buenas críticas the movie has had very good reviews o ( colloq) write-ups
    2
    la crítica (los críticos) the critics (pl)
    su obra ha recibido los elogios de la crítica internacional her work has been well received by critics worldwide
    3 (actividad) criticism
    Compuesto:
    literary criticism
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    Del verbo criticar: ( conjugate criticar)

    critica es:

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

    2ª persona singular (tú) imperativo

    Multiple Entries:
    criticar    
    crítica
    criticar ( conjugate criticar) verbo transitivo

    b) (Art, Espec, Lit) ‹libro/película to review

    verbo intransitivo
    to gossip, backbite
    crítica sustantivo femenino
    a) (ataque, censura) criticism;



    ( ensayo) critique;

    la crítica ( los críticos) the critics (pl);
    crítica literaria literary criticism
    criticar
    I verbo transitivo to criticize
    II verbo intransitivo (murmurar) to gossip
    crítico,-a
    I adjetivo critical
    II sustantivo masculino y femenino critic
    crítica sustantivo femenino
    1 (censura) criticism
    2 Prensa review: esta película tiene muy mala crítica, this film has got very bad reviews
    3 (los críticos profesionales) critics
    ' crítica' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ámbito
    - delgada
    - delgado
    - denuncia
    - denunciar
    - feroz
    - radical
    - severa
    - severo
    - trance
    - bueno
    - demoledor
    - despiadado
    - hacer
    - inoportuno
    - lanzar
    - mordaz
    - murmurar
    - pecho
    English:
    acclaim
    - accurate
    - book review
    - butt
    - chorus
    - criticism
    - damning
    - faultfinding
    - impervious
    - implicit
    - indictment
    - mild
    - open
    - pass
    - rave
    - reflection
    - review
    - sensitive
    - temper
    - uncalled-for
    - unfair
    - unfavorable
    - unfavourable
    - veiled
    - critically
    - touch
    - write
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    1. [juicio, análisis] review;
    esa novela ha recibido muy buenas críticas that novel has had very good reviews
    crítica cinematográfica film o movie criticism;
    crítica literaria literary criticism
    2. [conjunto de críticos]
    la crítica the critics
    3. [ataque] criticism;
    le han llovido muchas críticas he has received a barrage of criticism;
    lanzó duras críticas contra el proyecto she severely criticized the project
    * * *
    f criticism;
    muchas críticas a lot of criticism
    I adj critical
    II m, crítica f critic
    * * *
    1) : criticism
    2) : review, critique
    * * *
    1. (juicio, censura) criticism
    2. (reseña) review
    3. (críticos) critics

    Spanish-English dictionary > crítica

  • 4 genocida

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    masculino y femenino person guilty of acts of genocide
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    = mass murderer, genocidal.
    Ex. The fact that he is a notorious mass murderer justifies scrutiny of him in the public interest.
    Ex. This unremitting castigation of the Nazi masks both the historical complicity of the United States with Nazi crimes and our own racist and genocidal histories.
    * * *
    masculino y femenino person guilty of acts of genocide
    * * *
    = mass murderer, genocidal.

    Ex: The fact that he is a notorious mass murderer justifies scrutiny of him in the public interest.

    Ex: This unremitting castigation of the Nazi masks both the historical complicity of the United States with Nazi crimes and our own racist and genocidal histories.

    * * *
    person guilty of acts of genocide
    * * *
    genocidal

    Spanish-English dictionary > genocida

  • 5 incesante

    adj.
    1 incessant, ceaseless.
    2 unceasing, full-time, lasting, incessant.
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    1 incessant, unceasing
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    ADJ incessant, unceasing
    * * *
    adjetivo incessant
    * * *
    = unrelenting, incessant, ceaseless, relentless, implacable, inexorable, unremitting, unceasing.
    Ex. Unrelenting tuition increases are pricing private institutions out of the reach of many middle-class parents.
    Ex. The great practical education of the Englishman is derived from incessant intercourse between man and man, in trade.
    Ex. Children in modern society are faced with a ceaseless stream of new ideas, and responsibility for their upbringing has generally moved from parents to childminders and teachers.
    Ex. They need to be relentless in their fight for adequate funding so that the library service and the profession are not jeopardised.
    Ex. The implacable reduction in the dissemination of public documents constitutes a rebarbative policy that threatens the quality of reference services in libraries.
    Ex. The inexorable tide of automation seems to be threatening the existence of old-fashioned, handwritten copymarking.
    Ex. This unremitting castigation of the Nazi masks both the historical complicity of the United States with Nazi crimes and our own racist and genocidal histories.
    Ex. But just as she pulled over the road in the pitch blackness of night she heard the unceasing sound of the night like she had never heard it.
    * * *
    adjetivo incessant
    * * *
    = unrelenting, incessant, ceaseless, relentless, implacable, inexorable, unremitting, unceasing.

    Ex: Unrelenting tuition increases are pricing private institutions out of the reach of many middle-class parents.

    Ex: The great practical education of the Englishman is derived from incessant intercourse between man and man, in trade.
    Ex: Children in modern society are faced with a ceaseless stream of new ideas, and responsibility for their upbringing has generally moved from parents to childminders and teachers.
    Ex: They need to be relentless in their fight for adequate funding so that the library service and the profession are not jeopardised.
    Ex: The implacable reduction in the dissemination of public documents constitutes a rebarbative policy that threatens the quality of reference services in libraries.
    Ex: The inexorable tide of automation seems to be threatening the existence of old-fashioned, handwritten copymarking.
    Ex: This unremitting castigation of the Nazi masks both the historical complicity of the United States with Nazi crimes and our own racist and genocidal histories.
    Ex: But just as she pulled over the road in the pitch blackness of night she heard the unceasing sound of the night like she had never heard it.

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    incessant
    * * *

    incesante adjetivo
    incessant
    incesante adjetivo incessant, never-ending
    ' incesante' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    constante
    - continua
    - continuo
    English:
    ceaseless
    - constant
    - incessant
    - nonstop
    - unceasing
    - unremitting
    - relentless
    * * *
    incessant, ceaseless
    * * *
    adj incessant
    * * *
    : incessant

    Spanish-English dictionary > incesante

  • 6 indefatigable

    = unremitting, tireless.
    Ex. This unremitting castigation of the Nazi masks both the historical complicity of the United States with Nazi crimes and our own racist and genocidal histories.
    Ex. He was a tireless campaigner for high professional standards.
    * * *
    = unremitting, tireless.

    Ex: This unremitting castigation of the Nazi masks both the historical complicity of the United States with Nazi crimes and our own racist and genocidal histories.

    Ex: He was a tireless campaigner for high professional standards.

    Spanish-English dictionary > indefatigable

  • 7 infatigable

    adj.
    1 indefatigable, tireless.
    2 untiring, weariless, tireless, assiduous.
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    1 indefatigable, tireless
    * * *
    ADJ tireless, untiring
    * * *
    adjetivo tireless, unflagging (before n)
    * * *
    = indefatigable, unflagging, unremitting, tireless, unwearied.
    Ex. This collection of more than 22,000 items bound into over 2,000 volumes is most interestingly described and the motives of its indefatigable collector discussed by G K Fortescue in a bibliographical introduction to the catalogue.
    Ex. Colleagues from all the regions of the world harnessed their combined intellectual capital, tenacity, good will and unflagging spirit of volunteerism for the good of our profession = Colegas de todas las regiones del mundo utilizaron su capital intelectual, su tenacidad, su buena voluntad y su inagotable espíritu de voluntarismo para el bien de nuestra profesión.
    Ex. This unremitting castigation of the Nazi masks both the historical complicity of the United States with Nazi crimes and our own racist and genocidal histories.
    Ex. He was a tireless campaigner for high professional standards.
    Ex. He had been beloved of the gods, but his foolish arrogance had incurred their wrath, and the rest of his unwearied life was the punishment for his pride.
    * * *
    adjetivo tireless, unflagging (before n)
    * * *
    = indefatigable, unflagging, unremitting, tireless, unwearied.

    Ex: This collection of more than 22,000 items bound into over 2,000 volumes is most interestingly described and the motives of its indefatigable collector discussed by G K Fortescue in a bibliographical introduction to the catalogue.

    Ex: Colleagues from all the regions of the world harnessed their combined intellectual capital, tenacity, good will and unflagging spirit of volunteerism for the good of our profession = Colegas de todas las regiones del mundo utilizaron su capital intelectual, su tenacidad, su buena voluntad y su inagotable espíritu de voluntarismo para el bien de nuestra profesión.
    Ex: This unremitting castigation of the Nazi masks both the historical complicity of the United States with Nazi crimes and our own racist and genocidal histories.
    Ex: He was a tireless campaigner for high professional standards.
    Ex: He had been beloved of the gods, but his foolish arrogance had incurred their wrath, and the rest of his unwearied life was the punishment for his pride.

    * * *
    indefatigable, tireless, unflagging ( before n)
    * * *

    infatigable adjetivo tireless
    ' infatigable' also found in these entries:
    English:
    tireless
    * * *
    indefatigable, tireless
    * * *
    adj tireless, indefatigable
    * * *
    : indefatigable, tireless

    Spanish-English dictionary > infatigable

  • 8 reprobación

    f.
    disapproval, reproof, discountenance, reprobation.
    * * *
    1 reprobation, reproof
    * * *
    SF (=desaprobación) reproval, reprobation

    escrito en reprobación de... — written in condemnation of...

    * * *
    femenino disapproval
    * * *
    = reproof, castigation, reproval.
    Ex. Reproof should have a debilitating effect upon performance while praise should result in a somewhat higher increase in performance.
    Ex. This unremitting castigation of the Nazi masks both the historical complicity of the United States with Nazi crimes and our own racist and genocidal histories.
    Ex. He received a two-year suspension for violating the conditions of a public reproval and being convicted of two drunk driving.
    * * *
    femenino disapproval
    * * *
    = reproof, castigation, reproval.

    Ex: Reproof should have a debilitating effect upon performance while praise should result in a somewhat higher increase in performance.

    Ex: This unremitting castigation of the Nazi masks both the historical complicity of the United States with Nazi crimes and our own racist and genocidal histories.
    Ex: He received a two-year suspension for violating the conditions of a public reproval and being convicted of two drunk driving.

    * * *
    disapproval
    * * *
    reproof, censure
    * * *
    f condemnation, disapproval
    * * *
    : disapproval

    Spanish-English dictionary > reprobación

  • 9 sin tregua

    adj.
    truceless, without letting up, without respite, relentless.
    * * *
    = unrelenting, unremitting, unabated, without a break, without (a) rest, unrelentingly
    Ex. Unrelenting tuition increases are pricing private institutions out of the reach of many middle-class parents.
    Ex. This unremitting castigation of the Nazi masks both the historical complicity of the United States with Nazi crimes and our own racist and genocidal histories.
    Ex. The demand for English as the world's lingua franca continues unabated.
    Ex. Microfilming of Australian records in the UK has continued without a break since 1948 and by 1990 and a total of 9267 reels has been produced.
    Ex. This sequence was repeated, without rest, for the duration of the technique.
    Ex. This book explains why 'the good old days' were only good for a privileged few and why they were unrelentingly hard for most.
    * * *
    = unrelenting, unremitting, unabated, without a break, without (a) rest, unrelentingly

    Ex: Unrelenting tuition increases are pricing private institutions out of the reach of many middle-class parents.

    Ex: This unremitting castigation of the Nazi masks both the historical complicity of the United States with Nazi crimes and our own racist and genocidal histories.
    Ex: The demand for English as the world's lingua franca continues unabated.
    Ex: Microfilming of Australian records in the UK has continued without a break since 1948 and by 1990 and a total of 9267 reels has been produced.
    Ex: This sequence was repeated, without rest, for the duration of the technique.
    Ex: This book explains why 'the good old days' were only good for a privileged few and why they were unrelentingly hard for most.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sin tregua

  • 10 tenaz

    adj.
    1 tenacious (perseverante).
    2 stubborn (persistente).
    * * *
    adjetivo (pl tenaces)
    1 (persona) tenacious; (perseverante) persevering, unflagging
    2 (dolor) persistent, unremitting; (mancha) hard to remove
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) [persona] (=perseverante) tenacious, persistent
    2) (=persistente) [dolor] persistent; [mancha] stubborn; [creencia] firm, stubborn pey; [resistencia] tenacious
    3) [material] tough, durable, resistant
    * * *
    1)
    a) < persona> tenacious
    b) < dolor> persistent; < mancha> stubborn
    2) (Col fam)
    a) <problema/situación> tough
    b) (como interj) oh no!, that's too bad! (AmE colloq)
    * * *
    = vigourous [vigorous, -USA], strong-willed, unremitting, tough-minded, dauntless, tenacious, stubborn.
    Ex. Students would be in the environment of a vigorous library service which emphasised its information function.
    Ex. The image which the majority of girls have of the sports woman is as of a healthy, slim, clean, quick-moving, intelligent, strong-willed, self-assured & natural person.
    Ex. This unremitting castigation of the Nazi masks both the historical complicity of the United States with Nazi crimes and our own racist and genocidal histories.
    Ex. Carnegie was a conservative, rigidly moralistic, and tough-minded individualist.
    Ex. He was a dauntless adventurer, a sleuthhound, a research scholar of exceptional acuity.
    Ex. She's tough and tenacious and she still has almost as many as she has friends.
    Ex. He is seldom happy, never satisfied, temperamental, stubborn; his behavior at times can be charitably characterized as erratic.
    * * *
    1)
    a) < persona> tenacious
    b) < dolor> persistent; < mancha> stubborn
    2) (Col fam)
    a) <problema/situación> tough
    b) (como interj) oh no!, that's too bad! (AmE colloq)
    * * *
    = vigourous [vigorous, -USA], strong-willed, unremitting, tough-minded, dauntless, tenacious, stubborn.

    Ex: Students would be in the environment of a vigorous library service which emphasised its information function.

    Ex: The image which the majority of girls have of the sports woman is as of a healthy, slim, clean, quick-moving, intelligent, strong-willed, self-assured & natural person.
    Ex: This unremitting castigation of the Nazi masks both the historical complicity of the United States with Nazi crimes and our own racist and genocidal histories.
    Ex: Carnegie was a conservative, rigidly moralistic, and tough-minded individualist.
    Ex: He was a dauntless adventurer, a sleuthhound, a research scholar of exceptional acuity.
    Ex: She's tough and tenacious and she still has almost as many as she has friends.
    Ex: He is seldom happy, never satisfied, temperamental, stubborn; his behavior at times can be charitably characterized as erratic.

    * * *
    A
    1 ‹persona› tenacious
    en su tenaz propósito de conquistar el título in his determined bid to win the title
    2 ‹dolor› persistent; ‹mancha› stubborn
    3 ‹metal/material› tough
    B ( Col fam)
    1 ‹problema/situación› tough
    2 ( como interj) oh no!, that's too bad! ( AmE colloq)
    * * *

    tenaz adjetivo
    a) persona tenacious

    b) dolor persistent;

    mancha stubborn
    tenaz adjetivo
    1 (persona) tenacious
    2 (constipado, sequía) persistent
    ' tenaz' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    constante
    - obstinado
    English:
    dogged
    - obstinate
    - stout
    - strong-willed
    - tenacious
    - strenuous
    - strong
    - stubborn
    * * *
    tenaz adj
    1. [perseverante] [persona, empeño, actitud] tenacious
    2. [persistente] [mancha, grasa] stubborn;
    [dolor, dolencia] chronic
    3. [resistente] tough
    4. Col Fam [terrible] terrible, awful;
    ¡uy, tenaz! [¡no me digas!] you don't say!
    * * *
    adj determined, tenacious
    * * *
    tenaz adj, pl tenaces
    1) : tenacious, persistent
    2) : strong, tough

    Spanish-English dictionary > tenaz

  • 11 amonestación

    • admonition
    • castigation
    • caveat
    • expostulation
    • rebuke
    • remonstrance
    • reprimand
    • reproof

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > amonestación

  • 12 cuidado propio

    • self-calibration
    • self-castigation

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > cuidado propio

  • 13 egocéntrico

    • egocentrical
    • egomaniacal
    • self-castigation
    • self-centered person
    • self-centeredness
    • self-centredness
    • self-interrupted
    • self-justification

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > egocéntrico

  • 14 egoísta

    • egoist
    • egoistic
    • egoistical
    • egomaniacal
    • egotist
    • egotistic
    • egotistical
    • self-castigation
    • self-centered person
    • self-centeredness
    • self-centredness
    • self-concept theory
    • self-confessed
    • self-insurer
    • self-interrupted
    • self-scrutiny
    • self-seeking
    • self-service shop
    • self-shielding
    • selfheal
    • selfish
    • selfish love
    • selfish position

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > egoísta

  • 15 egomaníaco

    • egomaniac
    • egomaniacal
    • egotistic
    • narcissism
    • narcissistically
    • self-castigation
    • self-centered person

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > egomaníaco

  • 16 que piensa sólo en sí mismo

    • self-castigation
    • self-centered person
    • self-centeredness
    • self-centredness

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > que piensa sólo en sí mismo

  • 17 autocastigo

    m.
    1 self-castigation.
    2 autopunition.

    Spanish-English dictionary > autocastigo

  • 18 autoflagelación

    f.
    self-castigation.

    Spanish-English dictionary > autoflagelación

  • 19 zamanca

    f.
    drubbing, flogging, castigation. (Colloquial)

    Spanish-English dictionary > zamanca

См. также в других словарях:

  • Castigation — (from the Latin castigatio), chastisement (via the French châtiment), or chiding is the infliction of severe (moral or corporal) punishment. One who administers a castigation is a castigator or chastiser. In earlier times, castigation… …   Wikipedia

  • castigation — ⇒CASTIGATION, subst. fém. Littéraire A. Action de châtier, de punir. Synon. blâme, punition : • ... dans ces sept livres des Châtiments, il y a un châtiment, une castigation funèbre entre toutes et qui sonne comme Villon le glas de la mort même …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Castigation — Cas ti*ga tion, n. [L. catigatio.] [1913 Webster] 1. Corrective punishment; chastisement; reproof; pungent criticism. [1913 Webster] The keenest castigation of her slanderers. W. Irving. [1913 Webster] 2. Emendation; correction. [Obs.] [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • castigation — index bad repute, blame (culpability), charge (accusation), condemnation (blame), contumely …   Law dictionary

  • Castigation — er et fremmedord for en revselse eller en tugtelse …   Danske encyklopædi

  • castigation — (n.) late 14c., castigacioun, from L. castigationem (nom. castigatio) a correcting, chastizing, noun of action from pp. stem of castigare (see CASTIGATE (Cf. castigate)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • castigation — castigate ► VERB ▪ reprimand severely. DERIVATIVES castigation noun castigator noun. ORIGIN Latin castigare reprove , from castus pure, chaste …   English terms dictionary

  • castigation — noun see castigate …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • castigation — See castigate. * * * …   Universalium

  • castigation — noun a) Corrective punishment; chastisement; reproof; pungent criticism. b) Emendation; correction …   Wiktionary

  • castigation — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun Something, such as loss, pain, or confinement, imposed for wrongdoing: chastisement, correction, discipline, penalty, punishment. See REWARD …   English dictionary for students


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