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  • 1 ALA3 (Asociación Americana de Bibliotecarios)

    Ex. The joint code was the result of the combined efforts of the Library Association (UK) and the American Library Association.
    ----
    * homologado por la ALA = ALA-accredited.
    * Reglas de Intercalación de la ALA = ALA Filing Rules.
    * Reglas de la ALA para la Intercalación de Fichas de Catálogo = ALA Rules for Filing Catalog Cards.
    * Sección de Automatización y Documentación de ALA (ISAD) = Information Science and Automation Division (IASD).

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  • 2 Asociación Americana de Bibliotecarios (ALA)

    Ex. The joint code was the result of the combined efforts of the Library Association (UK) and the American Library Association.

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  • 3 Asociación de Bibliotecarios del Reino Unido (LA)

    Ex. The joint code was the result of the combined efforts of the Library Association (UK), LA, and the American Library Association.

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  • 4 CHID (Base de datos Combinada de Información Sanitaria)

    Ex. The Combined Health Information Database (CHID) is a consolidated resource for health promotion and educational materials produced by health related agencies of the US federal government.

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  • 5 LA (Asociación de Bibliotecarios del Reino Unido)

    Ex. The joint code was the result of the combined efforts of the Library Association (UK), LA, and the American Library Association.

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  • 6 Mercosur

    SM ABR
    = Mercado Común del Cono Sur Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay
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    masculino: economic community comprising Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay
    * * *
    Nota: Asociación económica de algunos países de Sudamérica parecida a la Comunidad Europea.
    Ex. This article discusses the objectives, structure and organization of Mercosur, the Common Market of the South, which unites South American countries economically.
    * * *
    masculino: economic community comprising Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay
    * * *
    Nota: Asociación económica de algunos países de Sudamérica parecida a la Comunidad Europea.

    Ex: This article discusses the objectives, structure and organization of Mercosur, the Common Market of the South, which unites South American countries economically.

    * * *
    economic community comprising Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay
    * * *

    Mercosur sustantivo masculino: economic community comprising Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay
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    Mercosur [merko'sur] nm (abrev de Mercado Común del Sur)
    MERCOSUR, = South American economic community consisting of Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay
    MERCOSUR
    After several decades of growth in trade relations, Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay signed the Treaty of Asunción in 1991 to found MERCOSUR (“Mercado Común del Sur”, Southern Common Market). Although initially no central institutions were established, the Treaty of Ouro Preto in 1994 provided for an institutional structure, though its development is less advanced than that of the Comunidad Andina (CAN). The collapse of the Argentinian economy in 2002 dealt a severe blow to MERCOSUR, and there have been a number of bitter disputes between member countries, but as it has a combined population of over 230 million, and a GDP of over $1,000 billion, it remains one of the largest economic groups in the world. Venezuela became a full member in 2006, while Bolivia, Chile, Peru, Colombia and Ecuador all now have associate member status, while Mexico is an observer.
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    m abr (= Mercado Común del Sur) Common Market including Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay

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  • 7 PVP (precio de venta al público)

    Ex. At the same time publishers and booksellers combined once more to fix retail prices, concluding in 1900 a 'net book agreement' by which booksellers were forbidden to retail new books at less than list prices.

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  • 8 a lo largo de

    along, throughout
    * * *
    = along, down, throughout
    Ex. This means that a large number of messages can be combined together along the same line, giving economies of scales.
    Ex. Some users find the format of KWIC indexes unacceptable, they find alphabetical arrangement by keywords down the centre of a page, and wrapped-round titles awkward.
    Ex. Throughout this chapter the term 'document' is used to refer to any item which might be found in a library or information center or data base.
    * * *
    = along, down, throughout

    Ex: This means that a large number of messages can be combined together along the same line, giving economies of scales.

    Ex: Some users find the format of KWIC indexes unacceptable, they find alphabetical arrangement by keywords down the centre of a page, and wrapped-round titles awkward.
    Ex: Throughout this chapter the term 'document' is used to refer to any item which might be found in a library or information center or data base.

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  • 9 acentuado

    adj.
    1 accentuated, stressed, accented, emphatic.
    2 marked.
    m.
    1 placing of the accents.
    2 stressing.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: acentuar.
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    1→ link=acentuar acentuar
    1 (con tilde) accentuated; (tónico) stressed
    2 figurado (marcado) strong, marked
    * * *
    ADJ accented, stressed
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    a) <palabra/sílaba> accented
    b) <diferencia/cambio> marked, distinct
    * * *
    = emphatic, marked, accented, stressed.
    Ex. Her first hint that all was not well was with the sudden appearance of Consuelo Feng, whose no-nonsensen approach to her job was emphasized by the emphactic clicks of her heels along the highly polished terrazzo floors.
    Ex. It hardly needs to be said that the microcomputer is now a fact of life, but its impact upon the world of information retrieval and libraries generally has been less marked than in many other areas.
    Ex. Another device was to make matrices for accented sorts with the punches already used for un accented sorts: the letter punch was stepped on its shank so that one of several accent punches could be bound on to the step to make a combined punch.
    Ex. Stressed and unstressed syllables figure in all forms of discourse, such as prose and speech.
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    - da adjetivo
    a) <palabra/sílaba> accented
    b) <diferencia/cambio> marked, distinct
    * * *
    = emphatic, marked, accented, stressed.

    Ex: Her first hint that all was not well was with the sudden appearance of Consuelo Feng, whose no-nonsensen approach to her job was emphasized by the emphactic clicks of her heels along the highly polished terrazzo floors.

    Ex: It hardly needs to be said that the microcomputer is now a fact of life, but its impact upon the world of information retrieval and libraries generally has been less marked than in many other areas.
    Ex: Another device was to make matrices for accented sorts with the punches already used for un accented sorts: the letter punch was stepped on its shank so that one of several accent punches could be bound on to the step to make a combined punch.
    Ex: Stressed and unstressed syllables figure in all forms of discourse, such as prose and speech.

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    ‹diferencia/cambio› marked, distinct ver tb acentuar
    * * *

    Del verbo acentuar: ( conjugate acentuar)

    acentuado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    acentuado    
    acentuar
    acentuado
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    a)palabra/sílaba accented

    b)diferencia/cambio marked, distinct

    acentuar ( conjugate acentuar) verbo transitivo
    a) (Ling) ( al hablar) to stress, accent;

    ( al escribir) to accent
    b) (intensificar, hacer resaltar) to accentuate, emphasize

    acentuarse verbo pronominal ‹diferencias/problemas to become accentuated
    acentuar verbo transitivo
    1 to stress
    2 figurado to emphasize, stress: en su discurso acentuó la importancia de la fusión, in her speech she stressed the importance of merging
    ' acentuado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    acentuarse
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    acentuado, -a adj
    1. [sílaba] stressed;
    [vocal] [con tilde] accented
    2. [marcado] marked, distinct
    * * *
    adj pronounced, distinct
    * * *
    acentuado, -da adj
    : marked, pronounced

    Spanish-English dictionary > acentuado

  • 10 acetato polivinílico

    Ex. This article describes a system of deacidifying and strengthening newsprint based on combined impregnation of volumes with an aqueous solution of polyvinyl acetate followed by vacuum freeze drying.
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    Ex: This article describes a system of deacidifying and strengthening newsprint based on combined impregnation of volumes with an aqueous solution of polyvinyl acetate followed by vacuum freeze drying.

    Spanish-English dictionary > acetato polivinílico

  • 11 acuerdo sobre el precio mínimo de los libros

    Ex. At the same time publishers and booksellers combined once more to fix retail prices, concluding in 1900 a ' net book agreement' by which booksellers were forbidden to retail new books at less than list prices.
    * * *

    Ex: At the same time publishers and booksellers combined once more to fix retail prices, concluding in 1900 a ' net book agreement' by which booksellers were forbidden to retail new books at less than list prices.

    Spanish-English dictionary > acuerdo sobre el precio mínimo de los libros

  • 12 acuicultura

    f.
    aquiculture, aquaculture.
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    = aquaculture, fish farming.
    Ex. Canada is one of the world's major contributors to the field of aquaculture.
    Ex. The new combined public and school library serves as a centre for 5 districts and serves the needs of a 2-year study programme in fish farming.
    * * *
    = aquaculture, fish farming.

    Ex: Canada is one of the world's major contributors to the field of aquaculture.

    Ex: The new combined public and school library serves as a centre for 5 districts and serves the needs of a 2-year study programme in fish farming.

    * * *
    aquiculture, aquaculture
    * * *
    aquiculture, aquaculture
    * * *
    f aquaculture
    * * *
    : aquaculture

    Spanish-English dictionary > acuicultura

  • 13 adaptarse a una necesidad

    (v.) = suit + need
    Ex. In the final analysis, flexibility in pursuing different options to suit needs, combined with excellent communications all around will help solve this crisis.
    * * *
    (v.) = suit + need

    Ex: In the final analysis, flexibility in pursuing different options to suit needs, combined with excellent communications all around will help solve this crisis.

    Spanish-English dictionary > adaptarse a una necesidad

  • 14 agenda cultural

    Ex. Three government initiatives; the push toward regionalism; and the development of the cultural agenda have combined to make this a timely report.
    * * *

    Ex: Three government initiatives; the push toward regionalism; and the development of the cultural agenda have combined to make this a timely report.

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  • 15 al + Infinitivo

    = in + Gerundio, on + Gerundio, when + Gerundio, while + Gerundio, on + Nombre, upon + Gerundio, as + Nombre + Verbo, as + Sujeto + Verbo
    Ex. In considering the headings to be chosen for government agencies it is as well to start by considering the headings for governments.
    Ex. On searching the catalogue for information on classification, this document will be indicated as relevant.
    Ex. Thus the name of a conference may be used either as a main or an added entry when cataloguing conference proceedings.
    Ex. A basic understanding in the concept of these libraries was the desire to confront the user with shelved books on entering and while moving through the building.
    Ex. On examination, we find that each thesaurus contains an alphabetic list combined with a classified display, and each has a very detailed network of semantic cross-references.
    Ex. Article 17 reads: 'Persons entitled to the privileges of the Library shall, upon request, open their parcels for inspection upon leaving the Library'.
    Ex. The urgency of his supplication was mirrored in the tense whiteness of his knuckles as he clasped his hands tightly in front of him.
    Ex. I am aware as I begin this plenary paper that members of the library profession that are drawn to this presentation are most likely interested in the issues for managing indigenous information.
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    = in + Gerundio, on + Gerundio, when + Gerundio, while + Gerundio, on + Nombre, upon + Gerundio, as + Nombre + Verbo, as + Sujeto + Verbo

    Ex: In considering the headings to be chosen for government agencies it is as well to start by considering the headings for governments.

    Ex: On searching the catalogue for information on classification, this document will be indicated as relevant.
    Ex: Thus the name of a conference may be used either as a main or an added entry when cataloguing conference proceedings.
    Ex: A basic understanding in the concept of these libraries was the desire to confront the user with shelved books on entering and while moving through the building.
    Ex: On examination, we find that each thesaurus contains an alphabetic list combined with a classified display, and each has a very detailed network of semantic cross-references.
    Ex: Article 17 reads: 'Persons entitled to the privileges of the Library shall, upon request, open their parcels for inspection upon leaving the Library'.
    Ex: The urgency of his supplication was mirrored in the tense whiteness of his knuckles as he clasped his hands tightly in front of him.
    Ex: I am aware as I begin this plenary paper that members of the library profession that are drawn to this presentation are most likely interested in the issues for managing indigenous information.

    Spanish-English dictionary > al + Infinitivo

  • 16 alcanzar el punto más álgido

    (v.) = peak, come into + full bloom
    Ex. He reflected along the way on the conversation with the head of readers' services, and smiled when he concluded that Balzac's biorhythm chart must have been peaking at that very moment -- or so he hoped.
    Ex. Combined with acces to full texts of papers online in the near future, the navigational and retrieval capabilities of citation links will finally come into full bloom.
    * * *
    (v.) = peak, come into + full bloom

    Ex: He reflected along the way on the conversation with the head of readers' services, and smiled when he concluded that Balzac's biorhythm chart must have been peaking at that very moment -- or so he hoped.

    Ex: Combined with acces to full texts of papers online in the near future, the navigational and retrieval capabilities of citation links will finally come into full bloom.

    Spanish-English dictionary > alcanzar el punto más álgido

  • 17 alta traición

    f.
    high treason.
    * * *
    high treason
    * * *
    Ex. The verdict in the Oxford case was the result of limitations in the law of high treason combined with the absence of hard evidence that Oxford actually intended to assassinate the Queen.
    * * *

    Ex: The verdict in the Oxford case was the result of limitations in the law of high treason combined with the absence of hard evidence that Oxford actually intended to assassinate the Queen.

    Spanish-English dictionary > alta traición

  • 18 aprovechar al máximo

    (v.) = maximise [maximize, -USA], optimise [optimize, -USA], realise + to its full potential, exploit + full potential, take + full advantage (of), make + the best use of, get + the best out of, take + the best advantage, get + the most out of, realise + the potential, make + the best possible use of
    Ex. Ideally we would like both to maximise recall, or the number of relevant documents retrieved, at the same time ensuring that the documents retrieved all remain relevant.
    Ex. The DOBIS/Leuven data bases is designed to optimize search and updating procedures, because these functions are critical to the operation of a library.
    Ex. There is still a great deal to be learned about information, its use by people and the way people interact with machines before information technology can realize its full potential as an aid to human communication and decision-making.
    Ex. This, however, falls short of exploiting the full potential of the microcomputer to revolutionize the way in which business documents, memoranda, reports etc. are produced and disseminated.
    Ex. In 1972 Hans Wellisch discussed the inadequacy of LC's subject cataloging and the failure of LC to rectify this inadequacy by taking full advantage of the richness of the MARC (Machine-Readable Cataloging) format.
    Ex. To make the best use of resources school and public libraries have, in many instances, combined with both positive and negative results.
    Ex. The public librarian's information role becomes even more vital to help people get the best out of their complex environment.
    Ex. There is an element of good fortune involved in being in the right place at the right time and it is essential to take the best advantage of whatever opportunities arise.
    Ex. The experience which information professionals have in understanding users' needs gives them a head start in getting the most out of hypermedia.
    Ex. What do we have to do to realize the potential of digital libraries? = ¿Qué debemos hacer para aprovechar al máximo las posibilidades que nos ofrecen las bibliotecas digitales?.
    Ex. Librarians should make the best possible use of the window of opportunity created by the development of this type of software = Los bibliotecarios deberían aprovecharse al máximo de la oportunidad creada por el desarrollo de este tipo de software.
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    (v.) = maximise [maximize, -USA], optimise [optimize, -USA], realise + to its full potential, exploit + full potential, take + full advantage (of), make + the best use of, get + the best out of, take + the best advantage, get + the most out of, realise + the potential, make + the best possible use of

    Ex: Ideally we would like both to maximise recall, or the number of relevant documents retrieved, at the same time ensuring that the documents retrieved all remain relevant.

    Ex: The DOBIS/Leuven data bases is designed to optimize search and updating procedures, because these functions are critical to the operation of a library.
    Ex: There is still a great deal to be learned about information, its use by people and the way people interact with machines before information technology can realize its full potential as an aid to human communication and decision-making.
    Ex: This, however, falls short of exploiting the full potential of the microcomputer to revolutionize the way in which business documents, memoranda, reports etc. are produced and disseminated.
    Ex: In 1972 Hans Wellisch discussed the inadequacy of LC's subject cataloging and the failure of LC to rectify this inadequacy by taking full advantage of the richness of the MARC (Machine-Readable Cataloging) format.
    Ex: To make the best use of resources school and public libraries have, in many instances, combined with both positive and negative results.
    Ex: The public librarian's information role becomes even more vital to help people get the best out of their complex environment.
    Ex: There is an element of good fortune involved in being in the right place at the right time and it is essential to take the best advantage of whatever opportunities arise.
    Ex: The experience which information professionals have in understanding users' needs gives them a head start in getting the most out of hypermedia.
    Ex: What do we have to do to realize the potential of digital libraries? = ¿Qué debemos hacer para aprovechar al máximo las posibilidades que nos ofrecen las bibliotecas digitales?.
    Ex: Librarians should make the best possible use of the window of opportunity created by the development of this type of software = Los bibliotecarios deberían aprovecharse al máximo de la oportunidad creada por el desarrollo de este tipo de software.

    Spanish-English dictionary > aprovechar al máximo

  • 19 asesinar

    v.
    1 to murder (person).
    La mafia liquida a sus enemigos The Mafia liquidates its enemies.
    2 to kill.
    * * *
    1 to kill, murder
    2 (magnicidio) to assassinate
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    VT
    1) (=matar) to murder; (Pol) to assassinate
    2) (=molestar) to pester, plague to death, pester the life out of *
    * * *
    verbo transitivo to murder; ( por razones políticas) to assassinate
    * * *
    = kill, murder, assassinate, slay, slaughter.
    Ex. He was looking for the book 'Flowers and Bullets and Freedom to kill' = Estaba buscando el libro "Flores, balas y libertad para matar".
    Ex. The man who was the real-life Don Juan may not have been murdered for his acts of seduction but for his possible homosexuality and political subversiveness.
    Ex. The verdict in the Oxford case was the result of limitations in the law of high treason combined with the absence of hard evidence that Oxford actually intended to assassinate the Queen.
    Ex. A bronze statue of David slaying Goliath has been unveiled in Florence today after months of painstaking restoration work.
    Ex. These small small but very sharp flakes were used by hunters to slaughter animals.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo to murder; ( por razones políticas) to assassinate
    * * *
    = kill, murder, assassinate, slay, slaughter.

    Ex: He was looking for the book 'Flowers and Bullets and Freedom to kill' = Estaba buscando el libro "Flores, balas y libertad para matar".

    Ex: The man who was the real-life Don Juan may not have been murdered for his acts of seduction but for his possible homosexuality and political subversiveness.
    Ex: The verdict in the Oxford case was the result of limitations in the law of high treason combined with the absence of hard evidence that Oxford actually intended to assassinate the Queen.
    Ex: A bronze statue of David slaying Goliath has been unveiled in Florence today after months of painstaking restoration work.
    Ex: These small small but very sharp flakes were used by hunters to slaughter animals.

    * * *
    asesinar [A1 ]
    vt
    to murder; (por razones políticas) to assassinate
    la víctima fue asesinada a sangre fría the victim was murdered in cold blood
    la adaptación asesina la obra de Lorca the adaptation mutilates o butchers Lorca's play
    * * *

    asesinar ( conjugate asesinar) verbo transitivo
    to murder;
    ( por razones políticas) to assassinate
    asesinar verbo transitivo to murder
    (perpetrar un magnicidio) to assassinate
    En general, la acción (verbo) y el hecho (sustantivo) son murder, mientras a la persona la llamamos murderer. Sin embargo, cuando nos referimos al magnicidio, la acción es assassinate, el hecho es assassination y la persona es assassin.
    ' asesinar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    cargarse
    - cepillarse
    - ejecutar
    - escabechar
    - liquidar
    - magnicida
    - magnicidio
    - ultimar
    English:
    assassin
    - assassinate
    - assassination
    - conspire
    - do away with
    - murder
    - slay
    * * *
    [persona] to murder; [rey, jefe de Estado] to assassinate; Fam [canción, obra teatral] to murder;
    lo asesinaron a sangre fría he was murdered in cold blood
    * * *
    v/t murder; POL assassinate
    * * *
    1) : to murder
    2) : to assassinate
    * * *
    asesinar vb to murder

    Spanish-English dictionary > asesinar

  • 20 asesoramiento antes de la compra

    Ex. Some consumer advice centres would not only handle complaints but also provided pre-shopping advice, combined with attractive exhibitions, leaflets, price-comparison tables, and other consumer education activities.
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    Ex: Some consumer advice centres would not only handle complaints but also provided pre-shopping advice, combined with attractive exhibitions, leaflets, price-comparison tables, and other consumer education activities.

    Spanish-English dictionary > asesoramiento antes de la compra

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