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  • 561 elogiar

    v.
    to praise.
    Ella halaga a Ricardo She cajoles Richard.
    * * *
    1 to praise, eulogize
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    VT to praise, eulogize ( liter)
    * * *
    verbo transitivo to praise
    * * *
    = applaud, praise, vaunt, eulogise [eulogize, -USA], compliment, acclaim, hail, commend, hold out as, laud, rave about, hold + Nombre + up for praise, rant and rave.
    Ex. I'd like to applaud a great deal of the work that she and SRRT, and also Mr Berman, have done in their criticism of LC subject headings.
    Ex. In spite of their protestations to the contrary, most bosses prefer subordinates whom they get along with, who cause them no anxiety, who quietly accept their decisions, who praise them.
    Ex. In a promotional brochure Junctionville is vaunted as 'an attractive city to live in and a nice place to raise children'.
    Ex. The business history or biography should not be seen as simply to entertain or eulogise, but as a tool which can be used discriminatingly for its more factual content.
    Ex. Most library users have not noticed AACR2's effects or do not care enough about them to compliment or complain.
    Ex. However, we must not forget the book which the critics acclaim and which also sells in goodly numbers.
    Ex. Originally the advent of on-line interactive searches was hailed by some as a boon to users who could henceforward conduct their own searches.
    Ex. As drill exercises in writing, the writing of book reviews has little to commend it.
    Ex. Community information services seem light years away from the kind of electronic wizardry that is held out as the brave new information world of tomorrow.
    Ex. Libraries are also lauded for providing other public services with economic benefits.
    Ex. Past delegates rave about how much they learn from colleagues in other fields.
    Ex. Politicians give us many reasons to worry, and I don't usually hold them up for public praise.
    Ex. I ordered a cake for my 1st grandson's baby shower and people just ranted and raved about how delicious the lemon and raspberry filling was.
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    verbo transitivo to praise
    * * *
    = applaud, praise, vaunt, eulogise [eulogize, -USA], compliment, acclaim, hail, commend, hold out as, laud, rave about, hold + Nombre + up for praise, rant and rave.

    Ex: I'd like to applaud a great deal of the work that she and SRRT, and also Mr Berman, have done in their criticism of LC subject headings.

    Ex: In spite of their protestations to the contrary, most bosses prefer subordinates whom they get along with, who cause them no anxiety, who quietly accept their decisions, who praise them.
    Ex: In a promotional brochure Junctionville is vaunted as 'an attractive city to live in and a nice place to raise children'.
    Ex: The business history or biography should not be seen as simply to entertain or eulogise, but as a tool which can be used discriminatingly for its more factual content.
    Ex: Most library users have not noticed AACR2's effects or do not care enough about them to compliment or complain.
    Ex: However, we must not forget the book which the critics acclaim and which also sells in goodly numbers.
    Ex: Originally the advent of on-line interactive searches was hailed by some as a boon to users who could henceforward conduct their own searches.
    Ex: As drill exercises in writing, the writing of book reviews has little to commend it.
    Ex: Community information services seem light years away from the kind of electronic wizardry that is held out as the brave new information world of tomorrow.
    Ex: Libraries are also lauded for providing other public services with economic benefits.
    Ex: Past delegates rave about how much they learn from colleagues in other fields.
    Ex: Politicians give us many reasons to worry, and I don't usually hold them up for public praise.
    Ex: I ordered a cake for my 1st grandson's baby shower and people just ranted and raved about how delicious the lemon and raspberry filling was.

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    elogiar [A1 ]
    vt
    to praise
    muy elogiada por la crítica highly praised by the critics
    siempre está elogiando sus virtudes he's always singing her praises
    * * *

    elogiar ( conjugate elogiar) verbo transitivo
    to praise
    elogiar verbo transitivo to praise
    ' elogiar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ensalzar
    English:
    commend
    - eulogize
    - praise
    * * *
    to praise;
    elogiar a alguien por algo to praise sb for sth
    * * *
    v/t praise
    * * *
    encomiar: to praise
    * * *
    elogiar vb to praise

    Spanish-English dictionary > elogiar

  • 562 elípticamente

    adv.
    elliptically.
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    Ex. The business community began to see the institutions of the Community superfluous once it found itself obliged to hunt for and study elliptically worded proposals, decisions, directives and regulations.
    * * *

    Ex: The business community began to see the institutions of the Community superfluous once it found itself obliged to hunt for and study elliptically worded proposals, decisions, directives and regulations.

    Spanish-English dictionary > elípticamente

  • 563 emigración

    f.
    1 emigration, migration.
    2 emigration, exodus.
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    1 emigration
    2 (aves, pueblo) migration
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    SF [de personas] emigration; [de aves] migration

    emigración golondrina Méx seasonal migration of workers

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    femenino ( de personas) emigration; ( de animales) migration
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    Ex. There is a need to reassess the collection of materials on female emigration to Australia, Canada and South Africa in the light of more recent feminist researches and methods.
    * * *
    femenino ( de personas) emigration; ( de animales) migration
    * * *

    Ex: There is a need to reassess the collection of materials on female emigration to Australia, Canada and South Africa in the light of more recent feminist researches and methods.

    * * *
    1 (traslado, movimiento) emigration
    2 (conjunto de emigrantes) emigrants (pl)
    3 (de animales) migration
    Compuesto:
    ( Méx) seasonal migration ( of workers)
    * * *

    emigración sustantivo femenino ( de personas) emigration;
    ( de animales) migration
    emigración sustantivo femenino emigration
    (de animales) migration
    ' emigración' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    desarraigar
    English:
    emigration
    * * *
    1. [de animales] migration
    2. [de personas] emigration
    Méx emigración golondrina temporary labour migration
    3. [grupo de personas] emigrant community
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    f emigration
    * * *
    1) : emigration
    2) : migration
    * * *

    Spanish-English dictionary > emigración

  • 564 empalme

    m.
    1 joint, connection (entre cables, tubos).
    2 junction.
    3 road junction, junction.
    pres.subj.
    3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) Present Subjunctive of Spanish verb: empalmar.
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    1 (gen) connection
    2 (cinta, cuerda, película) splice
    4 DEPORTE volley
    5 (ferrocarril) junction; (carretera) intersection, T-junction
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    noun m.
    1) connection, link
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    SM
    1) (Téc) joint, connection
    2) (=conexión) [de vías, carreteras] junction; [de trenes] connection
    3) *** hard-on ***, erection
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    masculino ( de cables) connection; ( de cuerdas) splice; (de carreteras, líneas) junction
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    Ex. People value the public library highly as an educational and community resource and the library acts as an 'information junction' to bind the community together.
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    * ficha de empalme = electrical connector.
    * * *
    masculino ( de cables) connection; ( de cuerdas) splice; (de carreteras, líneas) junction
    * * *

    Ex: People value the public library highly as an educational and community resource and the library acts as an 'information junction' to bind the community together.

    * ficha de empalme = electrical connector.

    * * *
    1 (de cables) connection; (de cuerdas) splice
    2 (de carreteras, líneas) junction
    * * *

    Del verbo empalmar: ( conjugate empalmar)

    empalmé es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) pretérito indicativo

    empalme es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente subjuntivo

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

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) imperativo

    Multiple Entries:
    empalmar    
    empalme
    empalmar ( conjugate empalmar) verbo transitivocuerdas/películas/cintas to splice;
    cables to connect
    verbo intransitivo [líneas/carreteras] to converge, meet
    empalme sustantivo masculino ( de cables) connection;
    ( de cuerdas) splice;
    (de carreteras, líneas) junction
    empalmar
    I verbo transitivo
    1 (ideas, comentarios) to link
    (unir) to join
    Fot Cin to splice
    2 Dep to volley
    II verbo intransitivo to connect
    Ferroc to connect [con, with]
    empalme sustantivo masculino
    1 Elect connection
    Fot Cin splice
    2 Ferroc junction
    Auto intersection
    ' empalme' also found in these entries:
    English:
    junction
    - road junction
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    1. [entre tubos, cables] connection;
    hacer un empalme entre dos tubos/cables to connect two pipes/cables
    2. [de líneas férreas, carreteras] junction
    3. [de película] splice, splicing
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    m
    1 TÉC connection
    2 de carreteras intersection, Br
    junction
    * * *
    1) conexión: connection, link
    2) : junction
    * * *
    1. (en general) connection
    2. (de carreteras, ferrocarril) junction

    Spanish-English dictionary > empalme

  • 565 emplazar

    v.
    1 to locate.
    2 to summon.
    El presidente emplazó a los empleados The president summoned the employees
    El juez emplaza a los testigos The judge subpoenas the witnesses.
    3 to challenge, to bid.
    El tribunal emplazó a Ricardo The court summoned Richard.
    4 to place, to canton, to quarter.
    Ella emplaza los fugitivos She locates the fugitives
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    1 (citar) to call together; (a juicio) to summons
    \
    emplazar a la huelga to call out on strike
    ————————
    1 (situar) to locate, place, situate
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    VT
    1) (=convocar) to summon, convene; (Jur) to summons
    2) (=ubicar) [gen] to site, place; [+ estatua] to erect
    3)
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    verbo transitivo (frml)
    1)
    a) <edificio/circo> to site, locate
    b) (Mil) < batería> to position; < misiles> to site
    2)
    a) (Der) ( citar) to summon, subpoena
    b) (frml) ( conminar)

    emplazar a alguien a + inf or a que + subj — to call upon somebody to + inf

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    = site, station, set up, emplace, locate, post.
    Ex. The library's data bases are available at a number of locations via appropriately sited terminals.
    Ex. Acquisition of material is through an office of the Library of Congress stationed in Jakarta as well as direct purchasing from vendors.
    Ex. The reference service is set up next to, on in the case of small units, in the reading room.
    Ex. For them musical performance emplaces and embodies community identities in very specific ways.
    Ex. One of the greatest appeals to travelers to Santiago, located in the central coastal region of Chile, is its Mediterranean climate.
    Ex. The agents then posted themselves strategically around the restaurant.
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    verbo transitivo (frml)
    1)
    a) <edificio/circo> to site, locate
    b) (Mil) < batería> to position; < misiles> to site
    2)
    a) (Der) ( citar) to summon, subpoena
    b) (frml) ( conminar)

    emplazar a alguien a + inf or a que + subj — to call upon somebody to + inf

    * * *
    = site, station, set up, emplace, locate, post.

    Ex: The library's data bases are available at a number of locations via appropriately sited terminals.

    Ex: Acquisition of material is through an office of the Library of Congress stationed in Jakarta as well as direct purchasing from vendors.
    Ex: The reference service is set up next to, on in the case of small units, in the reading room.
    Ex: For them musical performance emplaces and embodies community identities in very specific ways.
    Ex: One of the greatest appeals to travelers to Santiago, located in the central coastal region of Chile, is its Mediterranean climate.
    Ex: The agents then posted themselves strategically around the restaurant.

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    emplazar [A4 ]
    vt
    ( frml)
    A
    1 ‹edificio/circo› to site, locate
    emplazada en las afueras de la ciudad located o sited on the outskirts of the city
    2 ( Mil) ‹batería› to position; ‹misiles› to site
    B
    1 ( Der) (citar) to summon, subpoena
    2 (conminar) emplazar a algn A algo:
    lo emplazó a que probara lo dicho he called upon him to prove what he had said
    fue emplazado a desmentirlo públicamente he was ordered to publicly deny it
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    emplazar verbo transitivo
    1 (ubicar) to locate: emplazaron el nuevo teatro al lado de la catedral, they built the new theatre next to the cathedral
    2 (citar, convocar) to call together: os emplazo para comer el sábado en mi casa, you're invited to come around for lunch on Saturday
    ' emplazar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    station
    - summon
    - summons
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    1. [situar] to locate;
    [armamento] to position; [misiles] to site; [tropas] to post, to station;
    la basílica está emplazada en el casco viejo the basilica is located o situated in the old part of town
    2. [citar] to summon;
    Der to summons;
    me emplazó a una reunión he summoned o called me to a meeting;
    fue emplazado para declarar ante el tribunal he was summonsed to give evidence in court
    * * *
    v/t locate, situate
    * * *
    emplazar {21} vt
    1) convocar: to convene, to summon
    2) : to subpoena
    3) ubicar: to place, to position

    Spanish-English dictionary > emplazar

  • 566 empresa de ordenadores

    Ex. With respect to the private sector, the education and library community should establish long-term partnerships with telephone, cable, and computer companies.
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    Ex: With respect to the private sector, the education and library community should establish long-term partnerships with telephone, cable, and computer companies.

    Spanish-English dictionary > empresa de ordenadores

  • 567 empresarial

    adj.
    entrepreneurial, free-lance, corporate, enterprising.
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    1 managerial, management
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    ADJ [función, clase] managerial
    * * *
    adjetivo business (before n)
    * * *
    = entrepreneurial, business-related, business.
    Nota: Adjetivo.
    Ex. It was noteworthy that nearly all SLIS were maintaining their IT materials as much, if not more, from earnings from entrepreneurial activity than out of institutional allocation.
    Ex. Twinning of libraries in different countries can bring benefits in terms of joint projects, student exchanges, and other buisness-related affairs.
    Ex. A major concern of the journal will be the business, economic, legal, societal and technological relationships between information technology and information resource management.
    ----
    * comunidad empresarial, la = business community, the.
    * cualidades empresariales = entrepreneurial skills.
    * cultura empresarial = business culture.
    * economía empresarial = business economics, managerial economics.
    * espíritu empresarial = business acumen.
    * modelo empresarial = business model.
    * mundo empresarial, el = corporate world, the.
    * parque empresarial = business park.
    * sector empresarial, el = business sector, the, commercial sector, the.
    * * *
    adjetivo business (before n)
    * * *
    = entrepreneurial, business-related, business.
    Nota: Adjetivo.

    Ex: It was noteworthy that nearly all SLIS were maintaining their IT materials as much, if not more, from earnings from entrepreneurial activity than out of institutional allocation.

    Ex: Twinning of libraries in different countries can bring benefits in terms of joint projects, student exchanges, and other buisness-related affairs.
    Ex: A major concern of the journal will be the business, economic, legal, societal and technological relationships between information technology and information resource management.
    * comunidad empresarial, la = business community, the.
    * cualidades empresariales = entrepreneurial skills.
    * cultura empresarial = business culture.
    * economía empresarial = business economics, managerial economics.
    * espíritu empresarial = business acumen.
    * modelo empresarial = business model.
    * mundo empresarial, el = corporate world, the.
    * parque empresarial = business park.
    * sector empresarial, el = business sector, the, commercial sector, the.

    * * *
    business ( before n)
    la parte empresarial the management
    las organizaciones empresariales the employers' organizations
    en el ámbito empresarial in the business world, among business people
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    empresarial adjetivo business: es muy activo y tiene espíritu empresarial, he's very industrious and he's got good business acumen
    (ciencias) empresariales, business studies
    ' empresarial' also found in these entries:
    English:
    business park
    - course
    - corporate
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    adj
    [estructura, crisis, líder] business;
    estudios empresariales management o business studies;
    organización empresarial employers' organization
    empresariales nfpl
    Esp business studies
    * * *
    adj business atr ;
    ciencias empresariales business studies sg
    * * *
    : business, managerial, corporate

    Spanish-English dictionary > empresarial

  • 568 empujón

    m.
    push, jog, lift, forceful push.
    * * *
    1 push, shove
    \
    a empujones (irregularmente) by/in fits and starts 2 (violentamente) violently, pushing, shoving
    abrirse paso a empujones to push one's way through
    dar empujones to push and shove
    dar un empujón a algo figurado to give something a push
    * * *
    noun m.
    push, shove
    * * *
    SM
    1) [con la mano] push, shove

    abrirse paso a empujonesto push o shove one's way through

    2) (=incitación) push, drive

    dar un empujón a algo — to push sth through, push sth forward

    * * *
    a) ( empellón) shove, push
    b) (fam) (para animar, incitar) prod (colloq)

    si le damos un empujoncito seguro que vieneif we give her a gentle prod o a bit of encouragement I'm sure she'll come

    * * *
    = thrust, push, jump-start [jumpstart], shove.
    Ex. The National IT plan proposes 7 building blocks each with a strategic thrust which will serve as the overall impetus for the national IT movement.
    Ex. Footage from four decades of English soccer includes hard tackles, pushes and punches from club games.
    Ex. No hospital creates a healthier community all by itself but it can give its neighbors a jump-start.
    Ex. Sometimes, when nudging doesn't work, life gives you a shove to get you back on your path.
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    * abrir de un empujón = fling + open.
    * abrirse camino (a empujones) = push + Posesivo + way across/into.
    * dar el último empujón = go + the extra mile.
    * dar empujones = shove.
    * dar un empujón = give + a boost.
    * * *
    a) ( empellón) shove, push
    b) (fam) (para animar, incitar) prod (colloq)

    si le damos un empujoncito seguro que vieneif we give her a gentle prod o a bit of encouragement I'm sure she'll come

    * * *
    = thrust, push, jump-start [jumpstart], shove.

    Ex: The National IT plan proposes 7 building blocks each with a strategic thrust which will serve as the overall impetus for the national IT movement.

    Ex: Footage from four decades of English soccer includes hard tackles, pushes and punches from club games.
    Ex: No hospital creates a healthier community all by itself but it can give its neighbors a jump-start.
    Ex: Sometimes, when nudging doesn't work, life gives you a shove to get you back on your path.
    * abrir de un empujón = fling + open.
    * abrirse camino (a empujones) = push + Posesivo + way across/into.
    * dar el último empujón = go + the extra mile.
    * dar empujones = shove.
    * dar un empujón = give + a boost.

    * * *
    1 (empellón) shove, push
    abrió la puerta de un empujón he pushed the door open
    a los empujones or a empujones: se abrieron paso a (los) empujones they shoved their way through
    subían al autobús a (los) empujones they were pushing and shoving their way onto the bus
    terminó los estudios a (los) empujones finishing his course was a struggle
    2 ( fam) (para animar, incitar) prod ( colloq)
    si le damos un empujoncito seguro que viene if we give her a gentle prod o a little encouragement I'm sure she'll come
    necesitará un empujoncito para aprobar she'll need some prodding if she's going to pass
    voy a intentar darle un empujón al asunto I'm going to try to push things along a bit ( colloq)
    * * *

    empujón sustantivo masculino


    abrirse paso a (los) empujones to shove one's way through
    b) (fam) (para animar, incitar) prod (colloq);


    empujón sustantivo masculino push, shove: le di un empujón, I pushed him
    ' empujón' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    achuchón
    English:
    dig
    - heave
    - jog
    - push
    - shove
    - thrust
    - to
    - barge
    - open
    * * *
    1. [empellón] shove, push;
    cerró la puerta de un empujón he pushed the door shut;
    dar un empujón a alguien to give sb a shove o push;
    a empujones: abrirse paso a empujones to shove o push one's way through;
    bajaban del tren a empujones they were pushing and shoving their way off the train;
    sus captores los trataban a empujones their captors pushed them around
    2. [avance]
    hay que darle un buen empujón al trabajo we need to get well ahead with the work;
    dar un último empujón a algo to make one last effort with sth
    * * *
    m push, shove;
    salían a empujones fam they were pushing and shoving their way out;
    dar un empujón a algo fig give sth a push
    * * *
    empujón nm, pl - jones : push, shove
    * * *
    empujón n push [pl. pushes] / shove

    Spanish-English dictionary > empujón

  • 569 en armonía con

    = in harmony with, in harness with, in keeping with, in tune with, in sync with
    Ex. It is argued that the research community is missing an opportunity to design systems that are in better harmony with the actual preferences of many users.
    Ex. A good leader must have a vision in harness with practical political and communication skills.
    Ex. This revised chapter modified the code in keeping with the recently agreed ISBD(M), and proposed a slightly different description for monographs.
    Ex. There was a hard core of dedicated, British-trained librarians who practised their profession in tune with the social, economic and political situation of their time.
    Ex. The output files were always named in sequence starting on 1, not necessarily in sync with the image file names.
    * * *
    = in harmony with, in harness with, in keeping with, in tune with, in sync with

    Ex: It is argued that the research community is missing an opportunity to design systems that are in better harmony with the actual preferences of many users.

    Ex: A good leader must have a vision in harness with practical political and communication skills.
    Ex: This revised chapter modified the code in keeping with the recently agreed ISBD(M), and proposed a slightly different description for monographs.
    Ex: There was a hard core of dedicated, British-trained librarians who practised their profession in tune with the social, economic and political situation of their time.
    Ex: The output files were always named in sequence starting on 1, not necessarily in sync with the image file names.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en armonía con

  • 570 en auge

    = in ascendancy, buoyant, booming, on the rise, at high tide
    Ex. Library automation was in its ascendancy at precisely the same time that the nation's economy was firmly embarked on its present calamitous decline.
    Ex. The foreign relations of the Community will probably remain a buoyant area.
    Ex. In the face of overpublishing and growing scepticism, this once booming area is now retrenching and broadening its coverage = En vista del exceso de publicaciones y del creciente escepticismo, este área que una vez estuvo en auge ahora ha venido a menos.
    Ex. In the article 'Love is a many splendoured thing' a selection of 13 writers of romance, both new and veteran, all on the rise in their field, discuss their craft and the challenges of today's market.
    Ex. The global economy is at high tide and Canada is expected to ride the wave with six per cent export growth this year.
    * * *
    = in ascendancy, buoyant, booming, on the rise, at high tide

    Ex: Library automation was in its ascendancy at precisely the same time that the nation's economy was firmly embarked on its present calamitous decline.

    Ex: The foreign relations of the Community will probably remain a buoyant area.
    Ex: In the face of overpublishing and growing scepticism, this once booming area is now retrenching and broadening its coverage = En vista del exceso de publicaciones y del creciente escepticismo, este área que una vez estuvo en auge ahora ha venido a menos.
    Ex: In the article 'Love is a many splendoured thing' a selection of 13 writers of romance, both new and veteran, all on the rise in their field, discuss their craft and the challenges of today's market.
    Ex: The global economy is at high tide and Canada is expected to ride the wave with six per cent export growth this year.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en auge

  • 571 en ciertas ocasiones

    Ex. At certain times, dubious interpretations of the rules have even been used as leverage in gaining ground on matters of dispute between Community partners.
    * * *

    Ex: At certain times, dubious interpretations of the rules have even been used as leverage in gaining ground on matters of dispute between Community partners.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en ciertas ocasiones

  • 572 en colaboración

    = collaborative, cooperative [co-operative], jointly, participatory, in concert, in consort, collaboratively, synergistic, synergistically, in tandem, in a tandem fashion, in partnership
    Ex. This is a truly collaborative effort involving the Council on Library Resources (CLR) as the management and funding agency and 12 participants from the research library community.
    Ex. Various large abstracting and indexing co-operative ventures or networks have developed their own formats.
    Ex. The International Agricultural Information System, AGRIS, is being compiled jointly by institutions of 117 countries and 14 international organisations.
    Ex. Storytelling is for children, as it was for the human race, a participatory art from which is born a literary consciousness.
    Ex. Such a scheme, though, can only work if libraries act in concert politically to impart new ground rules to users.
    Ex. Two dangerous trysts are spied upon by a third and hostile party, whose presence is detected by the lovers who act in consort to outwit him.
    Ex. The students did not understand how these links should be created and thus could not write collaboratively with the author.
    Ex. The electronic library is a library without walls, a permeable information centre that supports user access to information and collections in a synergistic manner.
    Ex. Human knowledge and machine knowledge can be integrated more synergistically to improve the performance of expert systems.
    Ex. In tandem, tiered instruction and assessment offer the opportunity to analyze the outcomes of specific levels of information literacy.
    Ex. Most of them are mitotically stable, and the integration of the vector into the host genome frequently occurred in a tandem fashion.
    Ex. Given limited resources and complimentary interests, we seek to work in partnership when mutally beneficial.
    * * *
    = collaborative, cooperative [co-operative], jointly, participatory, in concert, in consort, collaboratively, synergistic, synergistically, in tandem, in a tandem fashion, in partnership

    Ex: This is a truly collaborative effort involving the Council on Library Resources (CLR) as the management and funding agency and 12 participants from the research library community.

    Ex: Various large abstracting and indexing co-operative ventures or networks have developed their own formats.
    Ex: The International Agricultural Information System, AGRIS, is being compiled jointly by institutions of 117 countries and 14 international organisations.
    Ex: Storytelling is for children, as it was for the human race, a participatory art from which is born a literary consciousness.
    Ex: Such a scheme, though, can only work if libraries act in concert politically to impart new ground rules to users.
    Ex: Two dangerous trysts are spied upon by a third and hostile party, whose presence is detected by the lovers who act in consort to outwit him.
    Ex: The students did not understand how these links should be created and thus could not write collaboratively with the author.
    Ex: The electronic library is a library without walls, a permeable information centre that supports user access to information and collections in a synergistic manner.
    Ex: Human knowledge and machine knowledge can be integrated more synergistically to improve the performance of expert systems.
    Ex: In tandem, tiered instruction and assessment offer the opportunity to analyze the outcomes of specific levels of information literacy.
    Ex: Most of them are mitotically stable, and the integration of the vector into the host genome frequently occurred in a tandem fashion.
    Ex: Given limited resources and complimentary interests, we seek to work in partnership when mutally beneficial.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en colaboración

  • 573 en colaboración con

    = in concert with, in consultation with, in collaboration with, in alliance with, in conjunction with, in partnership with
    Ex. AGRIS is an international information system (akin to AGREP) for the agricultural sciences, compiled by the Commission in concert with member states, management of which is in the hands of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).
    Ex. As data is compiled and analysed, collection management for serials is modified accordingly, in consultation with academic staff.
    Ex. A growing number of industrial and commercial organizations working in collaboration with members of the academic community are joining JANET.
    Ex. In alliance with ConstructionNet LLC, D&B are providing Internet services for members in the construction industry.
    Ex. Rules for any given class must be used in conjunction with the schedules for that class.
    Ex. The staff work in partnership with parents to meet the needs of the children, both individually and as a group.
    * * *
    = in concert with, in consultation with, in collaboration with, in alliance with, in conjunction with, in partnership with

    Ex: AGRIS is an international information system (akin to AGREP) for the agricultural sciences, compiled by the Commission in concert with member states, management of which is in the hands of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).

    Ex: As data is compiled and analysed, collection management for serials is modified accordingly, in consultation with academic staff.
    Ex: A growing number of industrial and commercial organizations working in collaboration with members of the academic community are joining JANET.
    Ex: In alliance with ConstructionNet LLC, D&B are providing Internet services for members in the construction industry.
    Ex: Rules for any given class must be used in conjunction with the schedules for that class.
    Ex: The staff work in partnership with parents to meet the needs of the children, both individually and as a group.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en colaboración con

  • 574 en condiciones de

    Ex. The public, school and community library as well as information and advice centres are in the position to offer a community information service.
    * * *

    Ex: The public, school and community library as well as information and advice centres are in the position to offer a community information service.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en condiciones de

  • 575 en constante expansión

    (adj.) = ever-expanding, ever-growing
    Ex. This is a difficulty of technology and design, but I would submit that a more basic difficulty lies in the implications of how we exchange bibliographical data in the ever-expanding community.
    Ex. To gauge the full impact on the BNB one must add to these Arabic publications half a dozen books in Kurdish, not forgetting the ever-growing list of translations of oriental works.
    * * *
    (adj.) = ever-expanding, ever-growing

    Ex: This is a difficulty of technology and design, but I would submit that a more basic difficulty lies in the implications of how we exchange bibliographical data in the ever-expanding community.

    Ex: To gauge the full impact on the BNB one must add to these Arabic publications half a dozen books in Kurdish, not forgetting the ever-growing list of translations of oriental works.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en constante expansión

  • 576 en cualquier momento en el futuro

    Ex. But at some stage they are going to take off and public librarians will need to be ready to stake their claim to be the most appropriate people to collect and organize local community information.
    * * *

    Ex: But at some stage they are going to take off and public librarians will need to be ready to stake their claim to be the most appropriate people to collect and organize local community information.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en cualquier momento en el futuro

  • 577 en cuarto lugar

    Ex. Fourthly, it legalized the application of future Community regulations to the United Kingdom.
    * * *

    Ex: Fourthly, it legalized the application of future Community regulations to the United Kingdom.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en cuarto lugar

  • 578 en cuestiones de

    Ex. Even when Community-wide regulations do apply, for example in matters of safety at work, the stringency of laws may vary from country to country.
    * * *

    Ex: Even when Community-wide regulations do apply, for example in matters of safety at work, the stringency of laws may vary from country to country.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en cuestiones de

  • 579 en dirección oeste

    westward
    * * *
    = westbound, westward(s)
    Ex. If you look at the tube map northbound is up, southbound is down, eastbound is right and westbound is left.
    Ex. As the 1992 unification of the European Community looms, East European countries are beginning to look westwards for business initiatives.
    * * *
    = westbound, westward(s)

    Ex: If you look at the tube map northbound is up, southbound is down, eastbound is right and westbound is left.

    Ex: As the 1992 unification of the European Community looms, East European countries are beginning to look westwards for business initiatives.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en dirección oeste

  • 580 en el extranjero

    abroad
    * * *
    = abroad, overseas, offshore
    Ex. Working with the library community both in this country and abroad, the Library has taken a leadership role in the standardization of the structure and content designators of machine-readable bibliographic records.
    Ex. The following highlights are what this first class of Fellows recall of their time overseas.
    Ex. The 1980s have seen a significant increase in the quantity and breadth of offshore computering services -- those based in the developing countries.
    * * *
    = abroad, overseas, offshore

    Ex: Working with the library community both in this country and abroad, the Library has taken a leadership role in the standardization of the structure and content designators of machine-readable bibliographic records.

    Ex: The following highlights are what this first class of Fellows recall of their time overseas.
    Ex: The 1980s have seen a significant increase in the quantity and breadth of offshore computering services -- those based in the developing countries.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en el extranjero

См. также в других словарях:

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  • community service — Unpaid work that benefits the community and that may be required of a convicted defendant as an alternative to a jail sentence. Category: Criminal Law Category: DUI / DWI Category: DUI / DWI & Traffic Tickets Category: Small Claims Court &… …   Law dictionary

  • law of the land — 1: the established law of a nation or region 2: due process Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

  • community property with right of survivorship — A way for married couples to hold title to property, available in some community property states. It allows one spouse s half interest in community property to pass to the surviving spouse without probate. Category: Divorce & Family Law → Divorce …   Law dictionary

  • community interest company — (CIC) United Kingdom A limited liability company designed for social enterprises which has the specific aim of providing benefit to a community and uses its income, assets and profits for the community it is formed to serve. It can be limited by… …   Law dictionary

  • Community Legal Service — (CLS) a part of the system for provision of legal aid in non criminal matters in England and Wales. The service is essentially delivered by, among others, solicitors, Citizens Advice Bureaux, law centres, local authority services (including… …   Law dictionary

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