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  • 1 a tiempo

    adv.
    on time, in time, in good time, on schedule.
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    = in timely fashion, on time, promptly, timely, just in time, in time
    Ex. There was no dependable way to ensure that the recipient actually received the message in timely fashion.
    Ex. If a document is returned on time, the charge-out record is removed from the circulation file and from the borrower's record.
    Ex. Significantly, however, Panizzi's rules did not prove as viable as did his ideology, and they were promptly and materially changed and recast by his most ardent admirers and followers.
    Ex. The State, as producer, is deficient in producing sufficient copies to meet demand, ensuring timely distribution, and providing efficient bibliographic control.
    Ex. The project shifts the paradigm for information services in support of research from a 'just in case' collection centred approach to 'just in time' service oriented operation.
    Ex. 'A Hospital Trip' is about Joe's stay in the hospital after he cuts his ankle on a sharp corner of a rusty old car hood and does not tell his mother about it in time to prevent infection.
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    = in timely fashion, on time, promptly, timely, just in time, in time

    Ex: There was no dependable way to ensure that the recipient actually received the message in timely fashion.

    Ex: If a document is returned on time, the charge-out record is removed from the circulation file and from the borrower's record.
    Ex: Significantly, however, Panizzi's rules did not prove as viable as did his ideology, and they were promptly and materially changed and recast by his most ardent admirers and followers.
    Ex: The State, as producer, is deficient in producing sufficient copies to meet demand, ensuring timely distribution, and providing efficient bibliographic control.
    Ex: The project shifts the paradigm for information services in support of research from a 'just in case' collection centred approach to 'just in time' service oriented operation.
    Ex: 'A Hospital Trip' is about Joe's stay in the hospital after he cuts his ankle on a sharp corner of a rusty old car hood and does not tell his mother about it in time to prevent infection.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a tiempo

  • 2 abastecer

    v.
    to supply.
    abastecer de agua a la ciudad to supply the city with water
    esa región nos abastece de materias primas that region supplies o provides us with raw materials
    La tienda abastece los lácteos The store supplies the milk products.
    Ricardo abastece a María Richard gives supplies to Mary.
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    Conjugation model [ AGRADECER], like link=agradecer agradecer
    1 to supply, provide
    1 (uso reflexivo) to stock up (de/con, with), lay in supplies (de/con, of)
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    verb
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    1.
    VT to supply, provide (de with)
    2.
    See:
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    1.
    verbo transitivo to supply
    2.
    abastecerse v pron

    abastecerse de algo — ( obtener) to obtain something; ( almacenar) to stock up with something

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    = purvey, victual, supply, provision.
    Ex. In the sixteenth century the English book trade was centred in London, and consisted chiefly of retail stationers who would be likely to purvey both new and second-hand books and a variety of other goods.
    Ex. Many large ships used to anchor there in sheltered waters and were victualled.
    Ex. Here an attempt is made to choose one form and supply references from the other forms.
    Ex. Previous studies in which squirrels were provisioned with an abundant supply of food found a reduction in the rate of caching.
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    * abastecerse = stock up.
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    1.
    verbo transitivo to supply
    2.
    abastecerse v pron

    abastecerse de algo — ( obtener) to obtain something; ( almacenar) to stock up with something

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    = purvey, victual, supply, provision.

    Ex: In the sixteenth century the English book trade was centred in London, and consisted chiefly of retail stationers who would be likely to purvey both new and second-hand books and a variety of other goods.

    Ex: Many large ships used to anchor there in sheltered waters and were victualled.
    Ex: Here an attempt is made to choose one form and supply references from the other forms.
    Ex: Previous studies in which squirrels were provisioned with an abundant supply of food found a reduction in the rate of caching.
    * abastecerse = stock up.

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    abastecer [E3 ]
    vt
    to supply
    una zona bien abastecida de agua an area with a plentiful water supply
    abastecer a algn DE algo to supply sb WITH sth, to supply sth TO sb
    esta región abastece de cereales a todo el país this region supplies o provides the whole country with cereals
    abastecerse DE algo (obtener) to obtain sth; (almacenar) to stock up WITH sth
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    abastecer ( conjugate abastecer) verbo transitivo
    to supply;
    abastecer a algn de algo to supply sb with sth
    abastecerse verbo pronominal abastecerse de algo ( obtener) to obtain sth;
    ( almacenar) to stock up with sth
    abastecer verbo transitivo to supply [de, with]
    ' abastecer' also found in these entries:
    English:
    purvey
    - stock
    - fuel
    - supply
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    vt
    to supply (de with);
    abastecer de agua a la ciudad to supply the city with water;
    esa región nos abastece de materias primas that region supplies o provides us with raw materials
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    v/t supply (de with)
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    abastecer {53} vt
    : to supply, to stock
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    abastecer vb to supply [pt. & pp. supplied] / to provide

    Spanish-English dictionary > abastecer

  • 3 aprender a su propio ritmo

    (v.) = learn at + Posesivo + own pace
    Ex. A student-centred model is recommended, which implies independent or self-study under the direct supervision of the lecturer, under whose guidance the student learns at his/her own pace.
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    (v.) = learn at + Posesivo + own pace

    Ex: A student-centred model is recommended, which implies independent or self-study under the direct supervision of the lecturer, under whose guidance the student learns at his/her own pace.

    Spanish-English dictionary > aprender a su propio ritmo

  • 4 basado

    adj.
    based.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: basar.
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    * aprendizaje basado en la memorización = rote learning.
    * basado en casos prácticos reales = case-based [case based].
    * basado en criterios = criteria-based.
    * basado en datos objetivos = informed.
    * basado en discos ópticos = optical disc based.
    * basado en el autor = author-based.
    * basado en el comentario personal = reportage-based.
    * basado en el conocimiento = knowledge-based.
    * basado en el desarrollo de destrezas prácticas = competency based.
    * basado en el empleado = employee-centered.
    * basado en el estudiante = student-centred.
    * basado en el hombre = human-centred [human-centered, -USA].
    * basado en el microordenador = micro-based.
    * basado en el objeto = artefact-centred [artefact-centered, -USA].
    * basado en el papel = paper-based.
    * basado en el rendimiento = performance-based.
    * basado en el tiempo = time-based.
    * basado en el trabajo en equipo = team-based.
    * basado en el usuario = use-based, client-centred [client-centered, -USA].
    * basado en facetas = facet-based.
    * basado en fichas = card-based.
    * basado en ideogramas = ideographic.
    * basado en imágenes gráficas = graphics-based.
    * basado en índices = index-based.
    * basado en Internet = Internet-based.
    * basado en la adquisición de contenidos teóricos = content based.
    * basado en la biblioteca = library-based.
    * basado en la calidad = quality-oriented.
    * basado en la colección = collection-centred, materials-centred [materials-centered], collection-based.
    * basado en la evidencia = evidence based [evidence-based].
    * basado en la evidencia empírica = evidence based [evidence-based].
    * basado en la información = information-based, information-intensive.
    * basado en la inteligencia artificial = AI-based.
    * basado en la lectura = book-centred.
    * basado en la OCLC = OCLC-based.
    * basado en la práctica = empirically-based, grounded in practice, practice-based.
    * basado en la realidad = reality-based.
    * basado en las disciplinas del conocimiento = discipline-based.
    * basado en las imágenes = image intensive.
    * basado en la tecnología = technologically-based, technology-based, technology-centred [technology-centered, -USA].
    * basado en la teoría = grounded in theory.
    * basado en la TI = IT-based.
    * basado en los costes = cost-based [cost based].
    * basado en los datos = data-driven.
    * basado en los objetos = object-specific.
    * basado en los recursos = resource-based.
    * basado en manualidades = craft-based.
    * basado en mapas = map-based.
    * basado en material impreso = print-based.
    * basado en microfichas = microfiche-based.
    * basado en OSI = OSI-based.
    * basado en Pascal = Pascal-based.
    * basado en película = film-based [film based].
    * basado en principios = principled.
    * basado en tablas = table-driven.
    * basado en tecnología web = Web-based.
    * basado en un gestor de bases de datos = DBMS-based.
    * basado en un método empírico = enquiry-based [inquiry-based, -USA].
    * basado en un método práctico = enquiry-based [inquiry-based, -USA].
    * basado en ventanas = window-based.
    * contrato basado en las diferencias de género = gender contract.
    * economía basada en el conocimiento = knowledge driven economy.
    * enseñanza basada en los resultados finales = outcome based education.
    * estudio basado en un cuestionario = questionnaire survey.
    * método basado en modelos = modelling approach [modeling approach, -USA].
    * sistema basado en el conocimiento = knowledge-base system.
    * sistema basado en las imágenes = image-based system.
    * sociedad basada en el conocimiento = knowledge based society.
    * tarifa basada en la utilización de un servicio = traffic-based pricing.
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    * aprendizaje basado en la memorización = rote learning.
    * basado en casos prácticos reales = case-based [case based].
    * basado en criterios = criteria-based.
    * basado en datos objetivos = informed.
    * basado en discos ópticos = optical disc based.
    * basado en el autor = author-based.
    * basado en el comentario personal = reportage-based.
    * basado en el conocimiento = knowledge-based.
    * basado en el desarrollo de destrezas prácticas = competency based.
    * basado en el empleado = employee-centered.
    * basado en el estudiante = student-centred.
    * basado en el hombre = human-centred [human-centered, -USA].
    * basado en el microordenador = micro-based.
    * basado en el objeto = artefact-centred [artefact-centered, -USA].
    * basado en el papel = paper-based.
    * basado en el rendimiento = performance-based.
    * basado en el tiempo = time-based.
    * basado en el trabajo en equipo = team-based.
    * basado en el usuario = use-based, client-centred [client-centered, -USA].
    * basado en facetas = facet-based.
    * basado en fichas = card-based.
    * basado en ideogramas = ideographic.
    * basado en imágenes gráficas = graphics-based.
    * basado en índices = index-based.
    * basado en Internet = Internet-based.
    * basado en la adquisición de contenidos teóricos = content based.
    * basado en la biblioteca = library-based.
    * basado en la calidad = quality-oriented.
    * basado en la colección = collection-centred, materials-centred [materials-centered], collection-based.
    * basado en la evidencia = evidence based [evidence-based].
    * basado en la evidencia empírica = evidence based [evidence-based].
    * basado en la información = information-based, information-intensive.
    * basado en la inteligencia artificial = AI-based.
    * basado en la lectura = book-centred.
    * basado en la OCLC = OCLC-based.
    * basado en la práctica = empirically-based, grounded in practice, practice-based.
    * basado en la realidad = reality-based.
    * basado en las disciplinas del conocimiento = discipline-based.
    * basado en las imágenes = image intensive.
    * basado en la tecnología = technologically-based, technology-based, technology-centred [technology-centered, -USA].
    * basado en la teoría = grounded in theory.
    * basado en la TI = IT-based.
    * basado en los costes = cost-based [cost based].
    * basado en los datos = data-driven.
    * basado en los objetos = object-specific.
    * basado en los recursos = resource-based.
    * basado en manualidades = craft-based.
    * basado en mapas = map-based.
    * basado en material impreso = print-based.
    * basado en microfichas = microfiche-based.
    * basado en OSI = OSI-based.
    * basado en Pascal = Pascal-based.
    * basado en película = film-based [film based].
    * basado en principios = principled.
    * basado en tablas = table-driven.
    * basado en tecnología web = Web-based.
    * basado en un gestor de bases de datos = DBMS-based.
    * basado en un método empírico = enquiry-based [inquiry-based, -USA].
    * basado en un método práctico = enquiry-based [inquiry-based, -USA].
    * basado en ventanas = window-based.
    * contrato basado en las diferencias de género = gender contract.
    * economía basada en el conocimiento = knowledge driven economy.
    * enseñanza basada en los resultados finales = outcome based education.
    * estudio basado en un cuestionario = questionnaire survey.
    * método basado en modelos = modelling approach [modeling approach, -USA].
    * sistema basado en el conocimiento = knowledge-base system.
    * sistema basado en las imágenes = image-based system.
    * sociedad basada en el conocimiento = knowledge based society.
    * tarifa basada en la utilización de un servicio = traffic-based pricing.

    Spanish-English dictionary > basado

  • 5 basado en el estudiante

    Ex. A student-centred model is recommended, which implies independent or self-study under the direct supervision of the lecturer, under whose guidance the student learns at his/her own pace.
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    Ex: A student-centred model is recommended, which implies independent or self-study under the direct supervision of the lecturer, under whose guidance the student learns at his/her own pace.

    Spanish-English dictionary > basado en el estudiante

  • 6 basado en el hombre

    (adj.) = human-centred [human-centered, -USA]
    Ex. The panellists discussed the interdisciplinary issues digital libraries researchers are considering concerning: human-centred, artefact-centred and technology-centred research issues.
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    (adj.) = human-centred [human-centered, -USA]

    Ex: The panellists discussed the interdisciplinary issues digital libraries researchers are considering concerning: human-centred, artefact-centred and technology-centred research issues.

    Spanish-English dictionary > basado en el hombre

  • 7 basado en el objeto

    (adj.) = artefact-centred [artefact-centered, -USA]
    Ex. The panellists discussed the interdisciplinary issues digital libraries researchers are considering concerning: human-centred, artefact-centred and technology-centred research issues.
    * * *
    (adj.) = artefact-centred [artefact-centered, -USA]

    Ex: The panellists discussed the interdisciplinary issues digital libraries researchers are considering concerning: human-centred, artefact-centred and technology-centred research issues.

    Spanish-English dictionary > basado en el objeto

  • 8 basado en el usuario

    (adj.) = use-based, client-centred [client-centered, -USA]
    Ex. Use-based selection policies represent a sound principle, but their implementation depends upon a more effective feedback from user to abstractor than most abstracting agencies can achieve.
    Ex. Archives administration needs to move to a client-centred rather than materials-centred approach.
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    (adj.) = use-based, client-centred [client-centered, -USA]

    Ex: Use-based selection policies represent a sound principle, but their implementation depends upon a more effective feedback from user to abstractor than most abstracting agencies can achieve.

    Ex: Archives administration needs to move to a client-centred rather than materials-centred approach.

    Spanish-English dictionary > basado en el usuario

  • 9 basado en la colección

    (adj.) = collection-centred, materials-centred [materials-centered], collection-based
    Ex. There are many ways to measure collection quality of which collection-centred measures are the most common = Existen muchas maneras de medir la calidad de la colección de las cuales las medidas centradas en la propia colección son las más comunes.
    Ex. Archives administration needs to move to a client-centred rather than materials-centred approach.
    Ex. The author presents recommendations for moving forward the development of a national preservation surrogacy strategy in line with other collection-based initiatives.
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    (adj.) = collection-centred, materials-centred [materials-centered], collection-based

    Ex: There are many ways to measure collection quality of which collection-centred measures are the most common = Existen muchas maneras de medir la calidad de la colección de las cuales las medidas centradas en la propia colección son las más comunes.

    Ex: Archives administration needs to move to a client-centred rather than materials-centred approach.
    Ex: The author presents recommendations for moving forward the development of a national preservation surrogacy strategy in line with other collection-based initiatives.

    Spanish-English dictionary > basado en la colección

  • 10 basado en la lectura

    Ex. Librarians have always had a deep-seated, and often irrational, faith in education -- especially book-centred, information education -- as a panacea for society's ills.
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    Ex: Librarians have always had a deep-seated, and often irrational, faith in education -- especially book-centred, information education -- as a panacea for society's ills.

    Spanish-English dictionary > basado en la lectura

  • 11 basado en la tecnología

    (adj.) = technologically-based, technology-based, technology-centred [technology-centered, -USA]
    Ex. The first category was where the technologically-based activities were to be found.
    Ex. People have employed this term to encompass programmes of study stretching from the furthest shores of technology-based activity to the vaguest and most nebulous-seeming courses of study in the arts/humanities areas.
    Ex. The panellists discussed the interdisciplinary issues digital libraries researchers are considering concerning: human-centred, artefact-centred and technology-centred research issues.
    * * *
    (adj.) = technologically-based, technology-based, technology-centred [technology-centered, -USA]

    Ex: The first category was where the technologically-based activities were to be found.

    Ex: People have employed this term to encompass programmes of study stretching from the furthest shores of technology-based activity to the vaguest and most nebulous-seeming courses of study in the arts/humanities areas.
    Ex: The panellists discussed the interdisciplinary issues digital libraries researchers are considering concerning: human-centred, artefact-centred and technology-centred research issues.

    Spanish-English dictionary > basado en la tecnología

  • 12 basarse en

    v.
    to be based on, to lie on, to lie over.
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    (v.) = base on/upon, centre around/on/upon, draw from, hinge on/upon, premise upon, rely on/upon, rest on/upon, go by, draw on/upon, predicate on/upon, be conditional on, be grounded in, hang + Posesivo + hat on, pattern, build on/upon
    Ex. Other indexes based on titles, both printed and machine-held, may provide access to words other than the first in a title.
    Ex. The main body of criticism centred upon the treatment of nonbook materials.
    Ex. These headings may be drawn from an alphabetical list of subject headings or from a classification scheme.
    Ex. It is important to recognise that citation indexing hinges upon the continuation of documents as separate units and the perpetuation of the practices of citing other words.
    Ex. Commentators who assert their views premised upon a unity of aims for SLIS not only fail to appreciate existential realities, they also distort perceptions about what is the best speed of curriculum evolution.
    Ex. When BNB began publication in 1950 it relied upon the fourteenth edition of DC.
    Ex. Faceted classification rests upon the definition of the concept of a facet.
    Ex. The reading habits in some of the lands are difficult to describe as we have little evidence to go by.
    Ex. Bay's essay was produced to commemorate the 400th anniversary of Gesner's birth and draws upon a mass of contemporary source material.
    Ex. Manegerial decision-making must be predicated upon hard data with an eye toward future trends.
    Ex. Development of the right of access to information should, however, be conditional on respect for privacy.
    Ex. Carrying this argument one step further, it is not unreasonable to assert that the public library's relationship to its community is grounded in the efforts and attiudes of the library staff.
    Ex. There are no great words of wisdom to hang your hat on in these matters.
    Ex. Even supposedly local books are generally patterned along Western lines and are unsuitable for any of the courses offered in library schools.
    Ex. The system should build on existing resources, rather than develop expensive new programmes.
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    (v.) = base on/upon, centre around/on/upon, draw from, hinge on/upon, premise upon, rely on/upon, rest on/upon, go by, draw on/upon, predicate on/upon, be conditional on, be grounded in, hang + Posesivo + hat on, pattern, build on/upon

    Ex: Other indexes based on titles, both printed and machine-held, may provide access to words other than the first in a title.

    Ex: The main body of criticism centred upon the treatment of nonbook materials.
    Ex: These headings may be drawn from an alphabetical list of subject headings or from a classification scheme.
    Ex: It is important to recognise that citation indexing hinges upon the continuation of documents as separate units and the perpetuation of the practices of citing other words.
    Ex: Commentators who assert their views premised upon a unity of aims for SLIS not only fail to appreciate existential realities, they also distort perceptions about what is the best speed of curriculum evolution.
    Ex: When BNB began publication in 1950 it relied upon the fourteenth edition of DC.
    Ex: Faceted classification rests upon the definition of the concept of a facet.
    Ex: The reading habits in some of the lands are difficult to describe as we have little evidence to go by.
    Ex: Bay's essay was produced to commemorate the 400th anniversary of Gesner's birth and draws upon a mass of contemporary source material.
    Ex: Manegerial decision-making must be predicated upon hard data with an eye toward future trends.
    Ex: Development of the right of access to information should, however, be conditional on respect for privacy.
    Ex: Carrying this argument one step further, it is not unreasonable to assert that the public library's relationship to its community is grounded in the efforts and attiudes of the library staff.
    Ex: There are no great words of wisdom to hang your hat on in these matters.
    Ex: Even supposedly local books are generally patterned along Western lines and are unsuitable for any of the courses offered in library schools.
    Ex: The system should build on existing resources, rather than develop expensive new programmes.

    Spanish-English dictionary > basarse en

  • 13 calendario de actuaciones

    Ex. An action agenda centred on the idea of outsourcing and a commitment to interdisciplinary research is adumbrated.
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    Ex: An action agenda centred on the idea of outsourcing and a commitment to interdisciplinary research is adumbrated.

    Spanish-English dictionary > calendario de actuaciones

  • 14 calendario de actuación

    (n.) = time scale [timescale], action agenda
    Ex. An appendix outlines the timescale of the whole project.
    Ex. An action agenda centred on the idea of outsourcing and a commitment to interdisciplinary research is adumbrated.
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    (n.) = time scale [timescale], action agenda

    Ex: An appendix outlines the timescale of the whole project.

    Ex: An action agenda centred on the idea of outsourcing and a commitment to interdisciplinary research is adumbrated.

    Spanish-English dictionary > calendario de actuación

  • 15 centrado

    adj.
    1 centered, centred.
    2 judicious, self-poised, wise.
    m.
    centering, focusing.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: centrar.
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    1→ link=centrar centrar
    1 centred (US centered) (en, on)
    3 figurado (atento) devoted (en, to)
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    ADJ
    1) (=en el centro) in the middle
    2) (=equilibrado) balanced
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    - da adjetivo ( equilibrado) stable, well-balanced; (en un trabajo, lugar) settled
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    = centred [centered, -USA], focused [focussed].
    Ex. Punching equipment is not always as accurate as it might be; holes may not be well centred upon their coding position, and holes are sometimes not completely cut away.
    Ex. These include a series of focused workshops and a four day national conference.
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    * centrado en = Nombre + centric.
    * centrado en el cliente = customer-centred [customer-centered, USA].
    * centrado en el conocimiento = knowledge-centric.
    * centrado en el estudiante = student-centred.
    * centrado en el hombre = human-centred [human-centered, -USA], anthropocentric.
    * centrado en el material impreso = print-centred [print-centered, -USA].
    * centrado en el niño = child-centred [child-centered, -USA].
    * centrado en el objeto = artefact-centred [artefact-centered, -USA].
    * centrado en el ser humano = anthropocentric.
    * centrado en el servicio = service-focused.
    * centrado en el usuario = customer focused [customer-focused], user-focused, user-centred [user-centered, -USA].
    * centrado en la colección = collection-centred, collection-based.
    * centrado en las imágenes = image intensive.
    * centrado en la tecnología = technology-centred [technology-centered, -USA].
    * centrado en la web = Web-centric.
    * centrado en los valores = value-driven.
    * centrado en uno mismo = self-focusing, self-focused.
    * centrado en un tema específico = topic-centred.
    * centrado específicamente en = narrowly focused in/on.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo ( equilibrado) stable, well-balanced; (en un trabajo, lugar) settled
    * * *
    = centred [centered, -USA], focused [focussed].

    Ex: Punching equipment is not always as accurate as it might be; holes may not be well centred upon their coding position, and holes are sometimes not completely cut away.

    Ex: These include a series of focused workshops and a four day national conference.
    * centrado en = Nombre + centric.
    * centrado en el cliente = customer-centred [customer-centered, USA].
    * centrado en el conocimiento = knowledge-centric.
    * centrado en el estudiante = student-centred.
    * centrado en el hombre = human-centred [human-centered, -USA], anthropocentric.
    * centrado en el material impreso = print-centred [print-centered, -USA].
    * centrado en el niño = child-centred [child-centered, -USA].
    * centrado en el objeto = artefact-centred [artefact-centered, -USA].
    * centrado en el ser humano = anthropocentric.
    * centrado en el servicio = service-focused.
    * centrado en el usuario = customer focused [customer-focused], user-focused, user-centred [user-centered, -USA].
    * centrado en la colección = collection-centred, collection-based.
    * centrado en las imágenes = image intensive.
    * centrado en la tecnología = technology-centred [technology-centered, -USA].
    * centrado en la web = Web-centric.
    * centrado en los valores = value-driven.
    * centrado en uno mismo = self-focusing, self-focused.
    * centrado en un tema específico = topic-centred.
    * centrado específicamente en = narrowly focused in/on.

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    (equilibrado) stable, well-balanced; (en un trabajo, lugar) settled
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    Del verbo centrar: ( conjugate centrar)

    centrado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    centrado    
    centrar
    centrado
    ◊ -da adjetivo ( equilibrado) stable, well-balanced;


    (en un trabajo, lugar) settled
    centrar ( conjugate centrar) verbo transitivo
    a) imagen› to center( conjugate center)

    b) (Dep) to center( conjugate center)

    c)atención/investigación/esfuerzos› centrado algo en algo to focus sth on sth

    verbo intransitivo (Dep) to center( conjugate center), cross
    centrarse verbo pronominal centradose en algo [investigación/atención/esfuerzos] to focus o center( conjugate center) on sth
    centrado,-a adjetivo
    1 centred, US centered
    2 (persona) balanced
    centrar verbo transitivo
    1 to centre, US center
    2 (los esfuerzos, la atención) to concentrate, centre, US center
    ' centrado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    centrada
    * * *
    centrado, -a adj
    1. [situado en el centro] centred
    2. [concentrado] concentrated;
    está muy centrado en su trabajo he's very focused on his work
    3. [equilibrado] stable, balanced;
    desde que tiene trabajo está más centrado he's more stable o balanced since he's been working
    4. [basado]
    centrado en based on
    * * *
    adj stable, well-balanced

    Spanish-English dictionary > centrado

  • 16 centrado en el cliente

    = customer-centred [customer-centered, USA]
    Ex. The overall trend for the future is one of a customer-centred vendor community working as part of a team with librarians.
    * * *
    = customer-centred [customer-centered, USA]

    Ex: The overall trend for the future is one of a customer-centred vendor community working as part of a team with librarians.

    Spanish-English dictionary > centrado en el cliente

  • 17 centrado en el estudiante

    Ex. A student-centred model is recommended, which implies independent or self-study under the direct supervision of the lecturer, under whose guidance the student learns at his/her own pace.
    * * *

    Ex: A student-centred model is recommended, which implies independent or self-study under the direct supervision of the lecturer, under whose guidance the student learns at his/her own pace.

    Spanish-English dictionary > centrado en el estudiante

  • 18 centrado en el hombre

    (adj.) = human-centred [human-centered, -USA], anthropocentric
    Ex. The panellists discussed the interdisciplinary issues digital libraries researchers are considering concerning: human-centred, artefact-centred and technology-centred research issues.
    Ex. These workplaces comprise a technocentric perspective and do not truly represent an anthropocentric route of information technology.
    * * *
    (adj.) = human-centred [human-centered, -USA], anthropocentric

    Ex: The panellists discussed the interdisciplinary issues digital libraries researchers are considering concerning: human-centred, artefact-centred and technology-centred research issues.

    Ex: These workplaces comprise a technocentric perspective and do not truly represent an anthropocentric route of information technology.

    Spanish-English dictionary > centrado en el hombre

  • 19 centrado en el material impreso

    (adj.) = print-centred [print-centered, -USA]
    Ex. Many libraries have certainly been transformed over the past decade from being print-centered 'places' to also providing web-based content and services to users who may never enter the building.
    * * *
    (adj.) = print-centred [print-centered, -USA]

    Ex: Many libraries have certainly been transformed over the past decade from being print-centered 'places' to also providing web-based content and services to users who may never enter the building.

    Spanish-English dictionary > centrado en el material impreso

  • 20 centrado en el niño

    (adj.) = child-centred [child-centered, -USA]
    Ex. All these passages are raked together into a kind of anthological ragbag which passes for 'research,' for a ' child-centered learning situation'.
    * * *
    (adj.) = child-centred [child-centered, -USA]

    Ex: All these passages are raked together into a kind of anthological ragbag which passes for 'research,' for a ' child-centered learning situation'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > centrado en el niño

См. также в других словарях:

  • -centred — UK (US centered) suffix [after noun] ► giving the most attention to a particular type of person: »people centred management policies »a user centred approach to web design …   Financial and business terms

  • centred — adj. same as {centered}. Syn: centered, centralized, focused. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • centred — [[t]se̱ntə(r)d[/t]] (in AM, use centered) 1) ADJ: v link ADJ prep If an industry or event is centred in a place, it takes place to the greatest extent there. ...the silk industry, which was centered in Valencia. ...the tremor, which was centred… …   English dictionary

  • centred — cen|tred BrE centered AmE [ˈsentəd US ərd] adj 1.) also centred [only after noun] having a particular person or group as the most important part or ↑focus of something ▪ a student centred approach ▪ family centered care 2.) fee …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • -centred — UK [sentə(r)d] / US [sentərd] suffix 1) used with some nouns to make adjectives describing who or what is considered most important when planning a policy or activity child centred learning methods a student centred approach 2) used with some… …   English dictionary

  • -centred — [[t] sentə(r)d[/t]] COMB in ADJ centred can be added to adjectives and nouns to indicate what kind of a centre something has. → See also self centred ...lemon centered white chocolates. (in AM, use centered) …   English dictionary

  • centred — (US centered) adjective 1》 ( centred) taking a specified subject as the most important element: a child centred school. 2》 chiefly N. Amer. (of a person) well balanced and confident. Derivatives centredness noun …   English new terms dictionary

  • centred — concentrated concentrated adj. 1. Having a high density of (the indicated substance); as, a narrow thread of concentrated ore. Note: [Narrower terms: {undiluted} (vs. diluted)] [WordNet 1.5] 2. Gathered together or made less diffuse; as, their… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Centred — Center Cen ter, Centre Cen tre v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Centered} or {Centred}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Centering} or {Centring}.] 1. To be placed in a center; to be central. [1913 Webster] 2. To be collected to a point; to be concentrated; to rest on, or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • -centred — taking a specified subject as the most important element: → centred …   English new terms dictionary

  • centred — adjective pertaining to the location that is middle most to …   Wiktionary

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