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  • 1 Biblioteca Nacional Francesa

    Ex. The French National Lending Centre is part the Bibliotheque Nationale, and works closely with its parent institution to meet the requests received.
    * * *

    Ex: The French National Lending Centre is part the Bibliotheque Nationale, and works closely with its parent institution to meet the requests received.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Biblioteca Nacional Francesa

  • 2 Centro Nacional de Préstamos

    Ex. The French National Lending Centre is part the Bibliotheque Nationale, and works closely with its parent institution to meet the requests received.
    * * *

    Ex: The French National Lending Centre is part the Bibliotheque Nationale, and works closely with its parent institution to meet the requests received.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Centro Nacional de Préstamos

  • 3 Fundación Nacional para las Ciencias (NSF)

    Ex. Closely related to this effort is the National Serials Data Program (NSDP), which is jointly funded by CLR, the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), and the National Science Foundation (NSF).

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  • 4 Fundación Nacional para las Humanidades (NEH)

    Ex. Closely related to this effort is the National Serials Data Program (NSDP), which is jointly funded by CLR, the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), and the National Science Foundation (NSF).

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  • 5 NEH (Fundación Nacional para las Humanidades)

    Ex. Closely related to this effort is the National Serials Data Program (NSDP), which is jointly funded by CLR, the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), and the National Science Foundation (NSF).

    Spanish-English dictionary > NEH (Fundación Nacional para las Humanidades)

  • 6 NSF (Fundación Nacional para las Ciencias)

    Ex. Closely related to this effort is the National Serials Data Program (NSDP), which is jointly funded by CLR, the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), and the National Science Foundation (NSF).

    Spanish-English dictionary > NSF (Fundación Nacional para las Ciencias)

  • 7 a partir de entonces

    = from this time on, hereafter, thereafter, whereafter, from then on, thenceforth, henceforth, from that moment on
    Ex. By 1960 a draft code had been produced, and from this time on, British and American Committees co-operated closely.
    Ex. Later cataloguing codes have tended to regard filing as a separate issue, and hereafter, special codes for filing are evident.
    Ex. At the two extremes, the order may simply be decided for each topic as and when it arises, and followed thereafter.
    Ex. No further developments in binding technology took place until the 1850s, whereafter most of the innovators were American, not English.
    Ex. Until the mid seventeenth century compositors generally sat to their work, but from then on it became more usual to compose standing up, an easier position for fast work.
    Ex. From 1751 to 1766 he copied out the details of all the various processes in two books, which were thenceforth kept in the factory's archives.
    Ex. Henceforth the inventory function was no longer to be a part of the functions of the library's catalog.
    Ex. Compound interest is the concept of adding accumulated interest back to the principal, so that interest is earned on interest from that moment on.
    * * *
    = from this time on, hereafter, thereafter, whereafter, from then on, thenceforth, henceforth, from that moment on

    Ex: By 1960 a draft code had been produced, and from this time on, British and American Committees co-operated closely.

    Ex: Later cataloguing codes have tended to regard filing as a separate issue, and hereafter, special codes for filing are evident.
    Ex: At the two extremes, the order may simply be decided for each topic as and when it arises, and followed thereafter.
    Ex: No further developments in binding technology took place until the 1850s, whereafter most of the innovators were American, not English.
    Ex: Until the mid seventeenth century compositors generally sat to their work, but from then on it became more usual to compose standing up, an easier position for fast work.
    Ex: From 1751 to 1766 he copied out the details of all the various processes in two books, which were thenceforth kept in the factory's archives.
    Ex: Henceforth the inventory function was no longer to be a part of the functions of the library's catalog.
    Ex: Compound interest is the concept of adding accumulated interest back to the principal, so that interest is earned on interest from that moment on.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a partir de entonces

  • 8 academicismo

    m.
    academicism.
    * * *
    1 academicism
    * * *
    = academicism, scholarliness.
    Ex. Closely linked to this technicist disease is the trap of academicism.
    Ex. A further indication of the periodicals' scholarliness is the highreliance of its authors on periodicals for their citations.
    * * *
    = academicism, scholarliness.

    Ex: Closely linked to this technicist disease is the trap of academicism.

    Ex: A further indication of the periodicals' scholarliness is the highreliance of its authors on periodicals for their citations.

    * * *
    academicism
    * * *

    academicismo sustantivo masculino academism or academic formalism: su estilo adolece de cierto academicismo, her style suffers from an over-reliance on academic formalism
    * * *
    academicism

    Spanish-English dictionary > academicismo

  • 9 aceptación

    f.
    1 acceptance, acknowledgment, acknowledgement, consent.
    2 acceptance bill.
    3 admissibility.
    * * *
    1 acceptance
    2 (aprobación) approval; (éxito) success
    la película tuvo poca aceptación the film wasn't popular, the film met with little success
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    SF (=acto) acceptance; (=aprobación) approval; (=popularidad) popularity, standing

    mandar algo a la aceptación — (Com) to send sth on approval

    * * *
    a) ( éxito) success

    de gran aceptación entre los jóvenesvery popular o successful with young people

    b) ( acción) acceptance
    * * *
    = acceptance, favour [favor, -USA], take-up, uptake, assent, embrace, accommodation, thumbs up, admission.
    Ex. Two remarkable features of the BM code are its acceptance of corporate authorship, and its use of form headings.
    Ex. Since BC adheres closely to the educational and scientific consensus, BC found most favour with libraries in educational establishments.
    Ex. One of the reasons for the relatively slow take-up of microcomputers in libraries in the Philippines is the problem caused by the multitude of languages used in the island group.
    Ex. The project is investigating the factors which promote or inhibit the uptake of computers in primary schools.
    Ex. The new Act, which received the royal assent in 1710, was not entirely to their taste however, for it ruled that copyright in a new book belonged not to its publisher but to its author.
    Ex. The Web's full embrace of constant change means that even old friend sites may be unrecognisable after technology facelifts.
    Ex. Whatever structure emerges will be one of accommodation and acceptance by the various stakeholders both in and outside the library.
    Ex. The article 'Apple Macintosh: thumbs up? thumbs down?' considers whether online searchers should use Apple Macintosh machines.
    Ex. Secondly, the admission of rules incompatible with the general ideology adopted inevitably entails subsequent remedial revision.
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    * aceptación pasiva = acquiescence.
    * adquisición pendiente de examen y aceptación = on approval acquisition, sending on approbation, sending on approval.
    * encontrar aceptación = find + favour, find + acceptance, find + a home.
    * grado de aceptación = acceptance rate.
    * nivel de aceptación = adoption rate, acceptance rate.
    * tasa de aceptación = adoption rate, acceptance rate.
    * * *
    a) ( éxito) success

    de gran aceptación entre los jóvenesvery popular o successful with young people

    b) ( acción) acceptance
    * * *
    = acceptance, favour [favor, -USA], take-up, uptake, assent, embrace, accommodation, thumbs up, admission.

    Ex: Two remarkable features of the BM code are its acceptance of corporate authorship, and its use of form headings.

    Ex: Since BC adheres closely to the educational and scientific consensus, BC found most favour with libraries in educational establishments.
    Ex: One of the reasons for the relatively slow take-up of microcomputers in libraries in the Philippines is the problem caused by the multitude of languages used in the island group.
    Ex: The project is investigating the factors which promote or inhibit the uptake of computers in primary schools.
    Ex: The new Act, which received the royal assent in 1710, was not entirely to their taste however, for it ruled that copyright in a new book belonged not to its publisher but to its author.
    Ex: The Web's full embrace of constant change means that even old friend sites may be unrecognisable after technology facelifts.
    Ex: Whatever structure emerges will be one of accommodation and acceptance by the various stakeholders both in and outside the library.
    Ex: The article 'Apple Macintosh: thumbs up? thumbs down?' considers whether online searchers should use Apple Macintosh machines.
    Ex: Secondly, the admission of rules incompatible with the general ideology adopted inevitably entails subsequent remedial revision.
    * aceptación pasiva = acquiescence.
    * adquisición pendiente de examen y aceptación = on approval acquisition, sending on approbation, sending on approval.
    * encontrar aceptación = find + favour, find + acceptance, find + a home.
    * grado de aceptación = acceptance rate.
    * nivel de aceptación = adoption rate, acceptance rate.
    * tasa de aceptación = adoption rate, acceptance rate.

    * * *
    1 (éxito) success
    ha tenido gran aceptación entre los jóvenes it has been very popular o successful with young people
    la película encontró poca aceptación the movie was badly received o had little success
    2 (acción) acceptance
    * * *

     

    aceptación sustantivo femenino

    de gran aceptación entre los jóvenes very popular o successful with young people


    aceptación sustantivo femenino
    1 acceptance
    2 (éxito) success: esta música tiene poca aceptación, this kind of music isn't very popular
    ' aceptación' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    bilateral
    English:
    acceptance
    - queer
    - would
    - hot
    * * *
    1. [aprobación] acceptance
    2. [éxito] success, popularity;
    tener gran aceptación (entre) to be very popular (with o among)
    3. Com & Fin acceptance
    * * *
    f
    1 acceptance;
    encontrar buena aceptación de plan receive a warm welcome, be welcomed; de producto, novela be successful ( entre with)
    2 éxito success
    * * *
    1) : acceptance
    2) aprobación: approval
    * * *
    aceptación n acceptance

    Spanish-English dictionary > aceptación

  • 10 acosado por problemas

    = beset with + problems
    Ex. Not unlike several other institutions of higher education today, private universities find themselves beset with an array of problems, most of which turn on two closely linked axes: student enrollment is declining and costs are rising.
    * * *
    = beset with + problems

    Ex: Not unlike several other institutions of higher education today, private universities find themselves beset with an array of problems, most of which turn on two closely linked axes: student enrollment is declining and costs are rising.

    Spanish-English dictionary > acosado por problemas

  • 11 adecuado

    adj.
    adequate, appropriate, becoming, apt.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: adecuar.
    * * *
    1→ link=adecuar adecuar
    1 adequate, suitable, appropriate
    * * *
    (f. - adecuada)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=apropiado) [actitud, respuesta, ropa, tratamiento] appropriate; [documento, requisito] appropriate, relevant

    lo más adecuado sería... — the best thing o the most appropriate thing would be to...

    2) (=acorde)

    adecuado a algo: un precio adecuado a mis posibilidades — a price within my budget o reach

    3) (=suficiente) [dinero, tiempo] sufficient
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    a) ( apropiado)
    b) ( aceptable) adequate
    * * *
    = adequate, appropriate, apt, desirable, suitable, competent, convenient, correct, eligible, felicitous, fine [finer -comp., finest -sup.], fit [fitter -comp., fittest -sup.], proper, successful, timely, fitting, commensurate, accommodating, timely, fit for purpose, beffiting.
    Ex. There must be provision for changes necessary to keep the coverage of subjects adequate for new literature.
    Ex. Informative abstracts are appropriate for texts describing experimental work.
    Ex. By building upon a more apt conceptual framework the transfer of information technology can play a role, albeit limited, in the development process.
    Ex. It is desirable that they be treated as parts of a single serials record, since this will provide a 'one-stop' file containing all the relevant data, and will produce a file with a number of funtions.
    Ex. The approach which is suitable in specialised indexing tools for medical research will need to be very specific in order to differentiate between two closely related subjects.
    Ex. Those responsible in libraries must ensure that the users are given competent advice.
    Ex. The most convenient manual format for recording terms is to write each term on a card.
    Ex. If an entry with cross-references or notes must be corrected, add the correct form and then delete the incorrect form.
    Ex. And yet, everyone knows that historically only a very small portion of the eligible users have ever crossed the threshold of a public library.
    Ex. This is hardly a felicitous solution to be followed in other similar cases.
    Ex. The solution is fine when the qualifying term that the user seeks is present, and is used relatively consistently.
    Ex. That was considered to be a fit matter to be relegated to the machines.
    Ex. With proper authorization, you may request information about the status of the copies displayed.
    Ex. Someone's off-the-cuff idea may be the clue that will tap another's thought and lead to a successful solution.
    Ex. I believe that the issues brought forth and debated in the following papers and discussions are as timely today as they were when the institutes were first held.
    Ex. Since libraries are the lifeblood of research, it seems only fitting then that the education of librarians should include familiarity with research methodology.
    Ex. For their indifference, they were rewarded with personnel evaluations which reflected an imaginatively fabricated version of the truth, but which did afford the requisite ego boost and commensurate pay increase.
    Ex. Monitors tuned to television news may have to be located in areas that are less than accommodating to the large numbers of users who want to know the fast-breaking events which affect us all.
    Ex. I am not very good at fortune telling but I suspect it may be timely for people to communicate briefly on strategy and options with him.
    Ex. Commercial pressures are placing demands on the designer to provide solutions which are fit for purpose for all user groups.
    Ex. Since I write in English I should really refer to the city as Florence, but Firenze is such a phonically beautiful sounding word, far more befitting of the beautiful Italian city.
    ----
    * adecuado para = accommodative to, well suited to/for.
    * considerar adecuado = judge + suitable, consider + appropriate.
    * creer adecuado = see + fit, think + fit.
    * de forma adecuada = adequately, fitly, appropriately.
    * de un modo adecuado = appropriately, fitly.
    * el más adecuado = ideally suited.
    * el + Nombre + correcto al + Nombre + adecuado en el momento oportuno = the right + Nombre + to the right + Nombre + at the right time.
    * en el momento adecuado = at the right time.
    * estar en el lugar adecuado en el momento adecuado = be in the right place at the right time.
    * lo adecuado = adequacy.
    * no ser lo más adecuado para = ill suited to/for.
    * poco adecuado = unsuited, unsuitable, inapt.
    * prácticas más adecuadas = lessons learned [lessons learnt], best practices.
    * proporcionar el + Nombre + adecuado al + Nombre + adecuado en el m = provide + the right + Nombre + to the right + Nombre + at the right time.
    * resultar adecuado = prove + suitable.
    * ser adecuado = be right, stand up.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    a) ( apropiado)
    b) ( aceptable) adequate
    * * *
    = adequate, appropriate, apt, desirable, suitable, competent, convenient, correct, eligible, felicitous, fine [finer -comp., finest -sup.], fit [fitter -comp., fittest -sup.], proper, successful, timely, fitting, commensurate, accommodating, timely, fit for purpose, beffiting.

    Ex: There must be provision for changes necessary to keep the coverage of subjects adequate for new literature.

    Ex: Informative abstracts are appropriate for texts describing experimental work.
    Ex: By building upon a more apt conceptual framework the transfer of information technology can play a role, albeit limited, in the development process.
    Ex: It is desirable that they be treated as parts of a single serials record, since this will provide a 'one-stop' file containing all the relevant data, and will produce a file with a number of funtions.
    Ex: The approach which is suitable in specialised indexing tools for medical research will need to be very specific in order to differentiate between two closely related subjects.
    Ex: Those responsible in libraries must ensure that the users are given competent advice.
    Ex: The most convenient manual format for recording terms is to write each term on a card.
    Ex: If an entry with cross-references or notes must be corrected, add the correct form and then delete the incorrect form.
    Ex: And yet, everyone knows that historically only a very small portion of the eligible users have ever crossed the threshold of a public library.
    Ex: This is hardly a felicitous solution to be followed in other similar cases.
    Ex: The solution is fine when the qualifying term that the user seeks is present, and is used relatively consistently.
    Ex: That was considered to be a fit matter to be relegated to the machines.
    Ex: With proper authorization, you may request information about the status of the copies displayed.
    Ex: Someone's off-the-cuff idea may be the clue that will tap another's thought and lead to a successful solution.
    Ex: I believe that the issues brought forth and debated in the following papers and discussions are as timely today as they were when the institutes were first held.
    Ex: Since libraries are the lifeblood of research, it seems only fitting then that the education of librarians should include familiarity with research methodology.
    Ex: For their indifference, they were rewarded with personnel evaluations which reflected an imaginatively fabricated version of the truth, but which did afford the requisite ego boost and commensurate pay increase.
    Ex: Monitors tuned to television news may have to be located in areas that are less than accommodating to the large numbers of users who want to know the fast-breaking events which affect us all.
    Ex: I am not very good at fortune telling but I suspect it may be timely for people to communicate briefly on strategy and options with him.
    Ex: Commercial pressures are placing demands on the designer to provide solutions which are fit for purpose for all user groups.
    Ex: Since I write in English I should really refer to the city as Florence, but Firenze is such a phonically beautiful sounding word, far more befitting of the beautiful Italian city.
    * adecuado para = accommodative to, well suited to/for.
    * considerar adecuado = judge + suitable, consider + appropriate.
    * creer adecuado = see + fit, think + fit.
    * de forma adecuada = adequately, fitly, appropriately.
    * de un modo adecuado = appropriately, fitly.
    * el más adecuado = ideally suited.
    * el + Nombre + correcto al + Nombre + adecuado en el momento oportuno = the right + Nombre + to the right + Nombre + at the right time.
    * en el momento adecuado = at the right time.
    * estar en el lugar adecuado en el momento adecuado = be in the right place at the right time.
    * lo adecuado = adequacy.
    * no ser lo más adecuado para = ill suited to/for.
    * poco adecuado = unsuited, unsuitable, inapt.
    * prácticas más adecuadas = lessons learned [lessons learnt], best practices.
    * proporcionar el + Nombre + adecuado al + Nombre + adecuado en el m = provide + the right + Nombre + to the right + Nombre + at the right time.
    * resultar adecuado = prove + suitable.
    * ser adecuado = be right, stand up.

    * * *
    1
    (apropiado): me parece poco adecuado para una ocasión así I don't think it is very suitable for such an occasion
    es la persona más adecuada para este trabajo she is the best person o the most suitable person for the job o to do the job
    éste no es el momento adecuado this is not the right moment
    no disponemos de los medios adecuados para realizar el trabajo we do not have adequate o the necessary resources to carry out the work
    2 (aceptable) adequate
    * * *

     

    Del verbo adecuar: ( conjugate adecuar)

    adecuado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    adecuado    
    adecuar
    adecuado
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    a) ( apropiado) ‹vestido/regalo suitable;

    momento right;
    medios adequate;


    adecuar ( conjugate adecuar) verbo transitivo adecuado algo a algo to adapt sth to sth
    adecuado,-a adjetivo appropriate, suitable
    adecuar verbo transitivo to adapt
    ' adecuado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    adecuada
    - aparente
    - apta
    - apto
    - corresponder
    - distribuir
    - encontrar
    - justa
    - justo
    - microclima
    - momento
    - pertinente
    - propia
    - propio
    - bien
    - indicado
    - planteamiento
    English:
    adequate
    - appropriate
    - beginner
    - due
    - fit
    - fitting
    - proper
    - suitable
    - undue
    - unsuitable
    - right
    - suited
    * * *
    adecuado, -a adj
    appropriate, suitable;
    muchos niños no reciben una alimentación adecuada many children do not have a proper diet;
    ponte un traje adecuado para la ceremonia wear something suitable for the ceremony;
    no es un hombre adecuado para ella he's not the right sort of man for her;
    el sistema actual no es el adecuado the current system isn't the right one;
    no creo que este sea el lugar más adecuado para discutir del tema I don't think this is the best o right place to discuss the matter;
    repartieron los fondos de forma adecuada they shared out the funds appropriately
    * * *
    adj suitable, appropriate
    * * *
    adecuado, -da adj
    1) idóneo: suitable, appropriate
    2) : adequate
    * * *
    adecuado adj right / suitable

    Spanish-English dictionary > adecuado

  • 12 adherirse a

    v.
    1 to stick to, to adhere to, to hold to, to hold by.
    María se adhiere a sus ideales Mary sticks to her ideals.
    2 to side with, to rally to, to rally around.
    Silvia se adhiere al partido de derecha Silvia sides with the right wing.
    3 to stick to, to cleave to.
    La etiqueta se adhiere a la tela The label sticks to the fabric.
    * * *
    * * *
    (v.) = adhere to, cling to, espouse, fall in with, stick to, align, cleave to, hew to
    Ex. Since BC adheres closely to the educational and scientific consensus, BC found most favour with libraries in educational establishments.
    Ex. It would be a mistake to cling to the seeming comforts of the old ways at the cost of being unable to get the full advantages of the new ones.
    Ex. Most respondents espoused the latter view as an appropriate response to IT developments to date.
    Ex. Stanton fell in with the suggestion readily.
    Ex. It might be striking to outline the instrumentalities of the future more spectacularly, rather than to stick closely to methods and elements now known.
    Ex. Fiction is an area of stock development and promotion which would readily achieve the goals of development with which public librarians have aligned themselves.
    Ex. The government seems to spurn the architecture profession and there is a growing rift between architects who assert their utility and those who cleave to artistic prerogatives.
    Ex. The structure adopted hews to the theoretical model of the resilient organization as described by Enright.
    * * *
    (v.) = adhere to, cling to, espouse, fall in with, stick to, align, cleave to, hew to

    Ex: Since BC adheres closely to the educational and scientific consensus, BC found most favour with libraries in educational establishments.

    Ex: It would be a mistake to cling to the seeming comforts of the old ways at the cost of being unable to get the full advantages of the new ones.
    Ex: Most respondents espoused the latter view as an appropriate response to IT developments to date.
    Ex: Stanton fell in with the suggestion readily.
    Ex: It might be striking to outline the instrumentalities of the future more spectacularly, rather than to stick closely to methods and elements now known.
    Ex: Fiction is an area of stock development and promotion which would readily achieve the goals of development with which public librarians have aligned themselves.
    Ex: The government seems to spurn the architecture profession and there is a growing rift between architects who assert their utility and those who cleave to artistic prerogatives.
    Ex: The structure adopted hews to the theoretical model of the resilient organization as described by Enright.

    Spanish-English dictionary > adherirse a

  • 13 adoración

    f.
    1 adoration, reverence, veneration, worship.
    2 Adoracion.
    * * *
    1 RELIGIÓN adoration, worship
    2 figurado adoration, worshipping
    * * *
    noun f.
    adoration, worship
    * * *
    SF adoration, worship
    * * *
    a) ( de persona) adoration
    b) ( de deidad) adoration, worship
    * * *
    = worship, veneration, cult.
    Ex. At the heart of the ancient Hippopotamian culture is the worship of the feminine principle.
    Ex. Relics and icons not only have certain characteristics in common as objects of veneration but are also in their origin closely associated with each other.
    Ex. The cult of information forms the catalyst for a discussion of the ways in which information has acquired folkloristic status as the major way in which people look at the world.
    ----
    * adoración de los santos = saint worship.
    * * *
    a) ( de persona) adoration
    b) ( de deidad) adoration, worship
    * * *
    = worship, veneration, cult.

    Ex: At the heart of the ancient Hippopotamian culture is the worship of the feminine principle.

    Ex: Relics and icons not only have certain characteristics in common as objects of veneration but are also in their origin closely associated with each other.
    Ex: The cult of information forms the catalyst for a discussion of the ways in which information has acquired folkloristic status as the major way in which people look at the world.
    * adoración de los santos = saint worship.

    * * *
    1 (de una persona) adoration
    siente adoración por su padre she worships o adores her father
    una mirada de adoración an adoring look
    2 (de una deidad) adoration, worship
    la Adoración de los Reyes Magos the Adoration of the Magi
    * * *

    adoración sustantivo femenino


    adoración sustantivo femenino
    1 adoration: siente adoración por sus hermanos, she adores her brothers
    2 Rel worship
    ' adoración' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    chochear
    - culto
    English:
    worship
    - adoration
    - adore
    - hero
    * * *
    1. [de persona] adoration;
    “lo que tú quieras”, dijo con adoración “whatever you want,” he said adoringly;
    2. [de dios, ídolo] adoration, worship;
    se prohibió la adoración de los dioses paganos the worship of pagan gods was forbidden
    Rel la Adoración de los Reyes Magos the Adoration of the Magi
    * * *
    f adoration, worship
    * * *
    adoración nf, pl - ciones : adoration, worship

    Spanish-English dictionary > adoración

  • 14 afín

    adj.
    related, kin, similar, cognate.
    m.
    relative, kindred.
    * * *
    1 (semejante) similar, kindred
    2 (relacionado) related
    3 (próximo) adjacent, next
    * * *
    1. ADJ
    1) (=lindante) bordering, adjacent
    2) (=relacionado) similar; [persona] related
    2.
    SMF (=pariente) relation by marriage
    * * *
    adjetivo <temas/lenguas> related; <culturas/ideologías> similar

    afín a algo: ideas afines a las nuestras — ideas which have a lot in common with our own

    * * *
    = allied, associated, contributory, kindred, related, concomitant, attendant, like-minded, cognate, linked, coterminous [co-terminous], germane.
    Ex. In the light of the information explosion, no researcher can now realistically expect to keep pace with developments in his own field, let alone those in allied fields = En vista del crecimiento vertiginoso de la información, siendo realista ahora el investigador no puede mantenerse al día en los avances de su propio campo y mucho menos de los de campos afines.
    Ex. This list makes recommendations about the use of references for the display of relationships in a catalogue, index or data base, in order to guide users between connected or associated terms.
    Ex. It directly or indirectly incorporated or paralleled several prevailing objectives and concepts of the communication and behavioral sciences and other contributory disciplines.
    Ex. The indexer must evaluate whether the index user will profit if a distinction is made between two kindred terms.
    Ex. Similar and closely related subjects are likely to be scattered under different keywords.
    Ex. If we require specificity, we have at the same time to accept the concomitant complexity of headings and the occurrence of grouping.
    Ex. If anything, it interposes an additional link in the communication chain, with its attendant 'interface' problems.
    Ex. Directories of organizations and human resources are an excellent means of knowing who is doing what and where and assist in the networking among like-minded institutions.
    Ex. We need to determine the interrelationships of disciplines that are now regarded as cognate to or complementary with information science.
    Ex. Each linked document also has its own links, creating a 'web' of information through which the searcher can move.
    Ex. Sample articles were chosen for subjects coterminous with each other for 1950, 60 and 70.
    Ex. The bibliography lists documents expressly recommended to the researchers in this area and documents of interest which are not specifically germane.
    ----
    * afín (a) = allied to/with, closely related (to).
    * campo afín = twin field.
    * conjunto de cosas afines, el = whole schmier, the.
    * grupo temáticamente afín = subject-related group.
    * relación afín = affinitive relationship.
    * * *
    adjetivo <temas/lenguas> related; <culturas/ideologías> similar

    afín a algo: ideas afines a las nuestras — ideas which have a lot in common with our own

    * * *
    = allied, associated, contributory, kindred, related, concomitant, attendant, like-minded, cognate, linked, coterminous [co-terminous], germane.

    Ex: In the light of the information explosion, no researcher can now realistically expect to keep pace with developments in his own field, let alone those in allied fields = En vista del crecimiento vertiginoso de la información, siendo realista ahora el investigador no puede mantenerse al día en los avances de su propio campo y mucho menos de los de campos afines.

    Ex: This list makes recommendations about the use of references for the display of relationships in a catalogue, index or data base, in order to guide users between connected or associated terms.
    Ex: It directly or indirectly incorporated or paralleled several prevailing objectives and concepts of the communication and behavioral sciences and other contributory disciplines.
    Ex: The indexer must evaluate whether the index user will profit if a distinction is made between two kindred terms.
    Ex: Similar and closely related subjects are likely to be scattered under different keywords.
    Ex: If we require specificity, we have at the same time to accept the concomitant complexity of headings and the occurrence of grouping.
    Ex: If anything, it interposes an additional link in the communication chain, with its attendant 'interface' problems.
    Ex: Directories of organizations and human resources are an excellent means of knowing who is doing what and where and assist in the networking among like-minded institutions.
    Ex: We need to determine the interrelationships of disciplines that are now regarded as cognate to or complementary with information science.
    Ex: Each linked document also has its own links, creating a 'web' of information through which the searcher can move.
    Ex: Sample articles were chosen for subjects coterminous with each other for 1950, 60 and 70.
    Ex: The bibliography lists documents expressly recommended to the researchers in this area and documents of interest which are not specifically germane.
    * afín (a) = allied to/with, closely related (to).
    * campo afín = twin field.
    * conjunto de cosas afines, el = whole schmier, the.
    * grupo temáticamente afín = subject-related group.
    * relación afín = affinitive relationship.

    * * *
    ‹problemas/temas› related; ‹culturas/ideologías› similar; ‹lenguas› related
    nuestros intereses son muy afines we have very similar interests o many interests in common
    afín A algo:
    ideas afines a las nuestras ideas which are very close to o which have a lot in common with our own
    * * *

    afín adjetivo ‹temas/lenguas related;
    culturas/ideologías similar;
    intereses common;

    afín adjetivo
    1 (parecido) kindred, similar
    2 (que guardan conexión) related

    ' afín' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    parejo
    English:
    related
    * * *
    afín adj
    similar;
    su postura es afín a la nuestra his opinion is close to ours;
    ideas afines similar ideas
    * * *
    adj related, common
    * * *
    afín adj, pl afines
    1) parecido: related, similar
    la biología y disciplinas afines: biology and related disciplines
    2) próximo: adjacent, nearby

    Spanish-English dictionary > afín

  • 15 afín a

    (adj.) = allied to/with, closely related (to)
    Ex. Closely allied with structural policy are a number of measures concerning agricultural research and veterinary matters.
    Ex. The underlying fundamentals of abstracting are closely related to indexing.
    * * *
    (adj.) = allied to/with, closely related (to)

    Ex: Closely allied with structural policy are a number of measures concerning agricultural research and veterinary matters.

    Ex: The underlying fundamentals of abstracting are closely related to indexing.

    Spanish-English dictionary > afín a

  • 16 agarrado

    adj.
    1 stingy, miserly, mean.
    2 clutched.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: agarrar.
    * * *
    1→ link=agarrar agarrar
    1 familiar stingy, tight
    \
    bailar agarrado to dance cheek to cheek
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) mean, stingy
    2)
    * * *
    I
    - da adjetivo
    a) [ser] (fam) ( tacaño) tightfisted (colloq)
    b) [estar] (CS fam) ( enamorado) in love
    II
    - da masculino, femenino (fam) ( tacaño) skinflint (colloq), tightwad (AmE colloq)
    III
    * * *
    = stingy [stingier -comp., stingies -sup.], tight-fisted, miser, skinflint, penny-pinching, tightwad, cheapskate.
    Ex. All subjects completed a four-page questionnaire in which they rated Americans on six bipolar adjective dimensions: friendly/unfriendly, polite/impolite, industrious/lazy, religious/anti-religious, generous/ stingy, and patriotic/not patriotic.
    Ex. The money for modernizing Indian towns will have to come out of the pockets of leading merchants, men stereotyped as tight-fisted scrooges.
    Ex. If one were to think of an analogue outside the library situation, one would conjure up the image of a miser cackling with delight as he counts and recounts his beloved coins.
    Ex. He is been described as a penny-pinching skinflint tightwad who would sooner die than part with a dollar.
    Ex. He is been described as a penny-pinching skinflint tightwad who would sooner die than part with a dollar.
    Ex. He is been described as a penny-pinching skinflint tightwad who would sooner die than part with a dollar.
    Ex. Most of these cheapskates will not come right out and tell you that they don't want to pay anything for your software.
    * * *
    I
    - da adjetivo
    a) [ser] (fam) ( tacaño) tightfisted (colloq)
    b) [estar] (CS fam) ( enamorado) in love
    II
    - da masculino, femenino (fam) ( tacaño) skinflint (colloq), tightwad (AmE colloq)
    III
    * * *
    = stingy [stingier -comp., stingies -sup.], tight-fisted, miser, skinflint, penny-pinching, tightwad, cheapskate.

    Ex: All subjects completed a four-page questionnaire in which they rated Americans on six bipolar adjective dimensions: friendly/unfriendly, polite/impolite, industrious/lazy, religious/anti-religious, generous/ stingy, and patriotic/not patriotic.

    Ex: The money for modernizing Indian towns will have to come out of the pockets of leading merchants, men stereotyped as tight-fisted scrooges.
    Ex: If one were to think of an analogue outside the library situation, one would conjure up the image of a miser cackling with delight as he counts and recounts his beloved coins.
    Ex: He is been described as a penny-pinching skinflint tightwad who would sooner die than part with a dollar.
    Ex: He is been described as a penny-pinching skinflint tightwad who would sooner die than part with a dollar.
    Ex: He is been described as a penny-pinching skinflint tightwad who would sooner die than part with a dollar.
    Ex: Most of these cheapskates will not come right out and tell you that they don't want to pay anything for your software.

    * * *
    agarrado1 -da
    1 ( fam); ‹persona› tight ( colloq), tightfisted ( colloq)
    2
    (CS fam) (enamorado): está muy agarrado de ella he's crazy about her ( colloq)
    agarrado2 -da
    masculine, feminine
    ( fam)
    skinflint ( colloq), tightwad ( AmE colloq), tight-ass ( AmE colloq)
    bailar agarrado to dance closely, dance cheek to cheek
    * * *

    Del verbo agarrar: ( conjugate agarrar)

    agarrado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    agarrado    
    agarrar
    agarrado 1
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    a) [ser] (fam) ( tacaño) tightfisted (colloq)

    b) [estar] (CS fam) ( enamorado) in love

    ■ sustantivo masculino, femenino (fam) ( tacaño) skinflint (colloq), tightwad (AmE colloq)
    agarrado 2 adverbio:

    agarrar ( conjugate agarrar) verbo transitivo
    1 ( sujetar) to grab, get hold of;


    (con violencia, rapidez) she grabbed me by the arm
    2 (esp AmL) ‹ objeto› ( tomar) to take;
    ( atajar) to catch;

    3 (AmL) (pescar, atrapar) to catch;
    si lo agarro, lo mato if I get o lay my hands on him, I'll kill him

    4 (esp AmL) ( adquirir) ‹resfriado/pulmonía to catch;
    costumbre/vicio to pick up;
    ritmo to get into;
    velocidad to gather, pick up;

    le agarró asco he got sick of it;
    le he agarrado odio I've come to hate him
    5 (AmL) ( entender) ‹indirecta/chiste to get
    verbo intransitivo
    1 (asir, sujetar):
    toma, agarra here, hold this;

    agarra por ahí take hold of that part
    2 [planta/injerto] to take;
    [ tornillo] to grip, catch;
    [ ruedas] to grip;
    [ tinte] to take
    agarrarse verbo pronominal
    1 ( asirse) to hold on;
    agárrate bien or fuerte hold on tight;
    agarradose a or de algo to hold on to sth;

    2dedo/manga to catch;

    3 (esp AmL) ‹resfriado/pulmonía to catch;

    agarradose un disgusto/una rabieta to get upset/into a temper
    4 (AmL fam) ( pelearse) to get into a fight;

    agarradose con algn to have a set-to with sb (colloq)
    agarrado,-a adjetivo
    1 familiar stingy, tight
    2 (baile) cheek-to-cheek dancing
    agarrar verbo transitivo
    1 (sujetar con fuerza) to grasp, seize: lo tienes bien agarrado, you are holding it tightly
    2 LAm (coger) to take
    3 fam (pillar a alguien, un resfriado) to catch
    agarrar(se) una borrachera, to get drunk o fam pissed
    ' agarrado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    agarrar
    - agarrada
    - soltar
    English:
    meanie
    - clutch
    - grasp
    - grip
    - tight
    * * *
    agarrado, -a
    adj
    1. [asido]
    me tenía agarrado de un brazo/del cuello he had me by the arm/the throat;
    agarrados del brazo arm in arm;
    agarrados de la mano hand in hand
    2. Fam [tacaño] tight, stingy
    3. Fam [baile] slow
    nm,f
    Fam [tacaño]
    ser un agarrado to be tight o stingy
    nm
    Fam [baile] slow dance
    adv
    Fam
    bailar agarrado to dance cheek to cheek
    * * *
    adj
    1 fam
    mean, stingy fam
    2
    :
    bailar agarrado dance close together
    * * *
    agarrado, -da adj, fam : cheap, stingy

    Spanish-English dictionary > agarrado

  • 17 agobiado por problemas

    = beset with + problems
    Ex. Not unlike several other institutions of higher education today, private universities find themselves beset with an array of problems, most of which turn on two closely linked axes: student enrollment is declining and costs are rising.
    * * *
    = beset with + problems

    Ex: Not unlike several other institutions of higher education today, private universities find themselves beset with an array of problems, most of which turn on two closely linked axes: student enrollment is declining and costs are rising.

    Spanish-English dictionary > agobiado por problemas

  • 18 al igual que + Nombre

    = not unlike + Nombre
    Ex. Not unlike several other institutions of higher education today, private universities find themselves beset with an array of problems, most of which turn on two closely linked axes: student enrollment is declining and costs are rising.
    * * *
    = not unlike + Nombre

    Ex: Not unlike several other institutions of higher education today, private universities find themselves beset with an array of problems, most of which turn on two closely linked axes: student enrollment is declining and costs are rising.

    Spanish-English dictionary > al igual que + Nombre

  • 19 amarrar

    v.
    1 to moor (Nautical).
    2 to tie (up).
    amarrar algo/a alguien a algo to tie something/somebody to something
    3 to tie up, to bind, to fasten, to fasten up.
    El cazador lía los manojos The hunter ties up the bundles.
    * * *
    1 (atar) to tie (up), fasten
    2 MARÍTIMO to moor, tie up
    * * *
    verb
    to tie up, fasten
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) (=asegurar) esp LAm to fasten, tie up; [+ barco] to moor, tie up; [+ cuerda] to lash, belay; (Naipes) to stack
    2) * (=empollar) to swot *, mug up *
    2.
    VI * to get down to it in earnest
    3.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    a) < embarcación> to moor; <animal/persona> to tie up

    amarrar algo/a alguien a algo — to tie something/somebody to something

    b) (AmL exc RPl) < zapatos> to tie; < paquete> to tie... up
    2.
    amarrarse v pron (AmL exc RPl) <zapatos/cordones> to tie up, do up; < pelo> to tie up

    amarrársela — (Col fam) to get tight (colloq)

    * * *
    = fasten, tether, strap, secure, tie (to), lash, moor.
    Ex. The original is clamped around the left hand cylinder and a special stencil fastened around the other cylinder.
    Ex. The book reached the limits of its potential as an information carrier long ago and libraries unfortunately allowed themselves to become tethered by those limitations.
    Ex. Microfilm is said to have been invented during the Franco-Prussian War, to send reduced diagrams of troop positions by strapping these to the legs of carrier pigeons.
    Ex. Many books were still large and solid, their blind-tooled covers secured with clasps or ties.
    Ex. Chain indexing is closely tied to the structure (but not necessarily the terminology) of the classification scheme.
    Ex. Gather the eight garden stakes together teepee-style around the center stake and lash them in place securely with garden wire.
    Ex. This procedure when mooring a vessel can be hazardous, especially in heavy seas, since a person must walk forward on deck.
    ----
    * amarrar a = lash (up) to.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    a) < embarcación> to moor; <animal/persona> to tie up

    amarrar algo/a alguien a algo — to tie something/somebody to something

    b) (AmL exc RPl) < zapatos> to tie; < paquete> to tie... up
    2.
    amarrarse v pron (AmL exc RPl) <zapatos/cordones> to tie up, do up; < pelo> to tie up

    amarrársela — (Col fam) to get tight (colloq)

    * * *
    = fasten, tether, strap, secure, tie (to), lash, moor.

    Ex: The original is clamped around the left hand cylinder and a special stencil fastened around the other cylinder.

    Ex: The book reached the limits of its potential as an information carrier long ago and libraries unfortunately allowed themselves to become tethered by those limitations.
    Ex: Microfilm is said to have been invented during the Franco-Prussian War, to send reduced diagrams of troop positions by strapping these to the legs of carrier pigeons.
    Ex: Many books were still large and solid, their blind-tooled covers secured with clasps or ties.
    Ex: Chain indexing is closely tied to the structure (but not necessarily the terminology) of the classification scheme.
    Ex: Gather the eight garden stakes together teepee-style around the center stake and lash them in place securely with garden wire.
    Ex: This procedure when mooring a vessel can be hazardous, especially in heavy seas, since a person must walk forward on deck.
    * amarrar a = lash (up) to.

    * * *
    amarrar [A1 ]
    vt
    1 ‹embarcación› to moor; ‹animal/persona› to tie up
    amárralo bien para que no se caiga tie it down o on well so that it doesn't fall off
    amarrar algo/a algn A algo to tie sth/sb TO sth
    2 ( AmL exc RPl) ‹zapatos› to tie; ‹paquete› to tie … up
    ( AmL exc RPl) to tie
    ya aprendió a amarrarse los zapatos he's learned to do up o to tie his shoelaces now
    amárrate bien los pantalones fasten your pants properly ( AmE), do your trousers up properly ( BrE)
    amarrársela ( Col fam); to get tight ( colloq)
    * * *

     

    Multiple Entries:
    amarrar    
    amarrar algo
    amarrar ( conjugate amarrar) verbo transitivo

    animal/persona to tie up;

    amarrar algo/a algn a algo to tie sth/sb to sth
    b) (AmL exc RPl) ‹zapatos/cordones to tie;

    paqueteto tie … up
    amarrarse verbo pronominal (AmL exc RPl) ‹zapatos/cordones to tie up, do up;
    pelo to tie up
    amarrar verbo transitivo
    1 Náut to moor, tie up
    2 (atar) to tie (up), bind: amarra bien la tienda de campaña, que esta noche va a hacer viento, secure the tent well, as tonight it's going to be very windy
    ' amarrar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    empatar
    English:
    berth
    - hitch
    - lash
    - lay up
    - moor
    - attach
    - bind
    - rope
    - strap
    - tether
    - tie
    * * *
    vt
    1. Náut to moor
    2. [atar] to tie (up);
    amarrar algo/a alguien a algo to tie sth/sb to sth
    * * *
    v/t ( atar) tie
    * * *
    1) : to moor (a boat)
    2) atar: to fasten, to tie up, to tie down
    * * *
    1. (en general) to tie / to tie up
    2. (embarcación) to moor

    Spanish-English dictionary > amarrar

  • 20 amater

    = amateur, dabbler, non-specialist [nonspecialist].
    Ex. This article considers the research needs of those producing amateur theatre production (costumes and scenery) and suggests ways in which they may work closely with public libraries.
    Ex. This article examines 3 different types of user -- the dabbler, the researcher and the beginner -- and their possible reactions to CD-ROM software.
    Ex. However, most emergencies arise from water leakage and much can be done by the non-specialist to alleviate the damage.
    * * *
    = amateur, dabbler, non-specialist [nonspecialist].

    Ex: This article considers the research needs of those producing amateur theatre production (costumes and scenery) and suggests ways in which they may work closely with public libraries.

    Ex: This article examines 3 different types of user -- the dabbler, the researcher and the beginner -- and their possible reactions to CD-ROM software.
    Ex: However, most emergencies arise from water leakage and much can be done by the non-specialist to alleviate the damage.

    Spanish-English dictionary > amater

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  • closely — index faithfully Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

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  • closely*/*/ — [ˈkləʊsli] adv 1) in a way that involves careful attention to every detail Inspectors will examine the accounts very closely.[/ex] 2) in a way that involves sharing ideas, thoughts, or feelings We are all working closely with each other.[/ex] 3)… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

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  • closely — adv. Closely is used with these adjectives: ↑akin, ↑allied, ↑analogous, ↑balanced, ↑bound, ↑comparable, ↑concerned, ↑dependent, ↑informed, ↑interrelated, ↑involved, ↑ …   Collocations dictionary

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