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  • 921 comportarse como todo un caballero

    (v.) = take + the high road, take + the high ground
    Ex. Of course her initial reaction was to blow her lid, but she didn't -- instead she took the high road and simply just left.
    Ex. We have something to gain by taking the high ground but you have to be conscious that appearing respectable and proper can come across as elitist.
    * * *
    (v.) = take + the high road, take + the high ground

    Ex: Of course her initial reaction was to blow her lid, but she didn't -- instead she took the high road and simply just left.

    Ex: We have something to gain by taking the high ground but you have to be conscious that appearing respectable and proper can come across as elitist.

    Spanish-English dictionary > comportarse como todo un caballero

  • 922 comportarse como un canalla con

    (v.) = be rotten to
    Ex. It's a cartoon about a mischievous youngster who delights in playing pranks, being rotten to his relatives and generally getting up to no good.
    * * *

    Ex: It's a cartoon about a mischievous youngster who delights in playing pranks, being rotten to his relatives and generally getting up to no good.

    Spanish-English dictionary > comportarse como un canalla con

  • 923 con el mismo + Nombre + como el que ...

    = as + Adverbio + as...
    Ex. He should be able to turn over to his mechanism, just as confidently as he turns over the propelling of his car to the intricate mechanism under the hood.
    * * *
    = as + Adverbio + as...

    Ex: He should be able to turn over to his mechanism, just as confidently as he turns over the propelling of his car to the intricate mechanism under the hood.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con el mismo + Nombre + como el que ...

  • 924 concebirse como

    Ex. These Centres were usually thought of initially as being a part of a national library or, indeed, a precursor to the development of a national library.
    * * *

    Ex: These Centres were usually thought of initially as being a part of a national library or, indeed, a precursor to the development of a national library.

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  • 925 conceder un premio

    (v.) = give + an award, grant + an award
    Ex. A police dog strangled and left unconscious as he helped make an arrest has been given an award.
    Ex. In granting the award, Committee praised the Agency 'for their efforts to prevent nuclear energy from being used'.
    * * *
    (v.) = give + an award, grant + an award

    Ex: A police dog strangled and left unconscious as he helped make an arrest has been given an award.

    Ex: In granting the award, Committee praised the Agency 'for their efforts to prevent nuclear energy from being used'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > conceder un premio

  • 926 concerbirse como

    Ex. This was originally intended as a set of speaking notes for candidates and others in the 1979 direct election campaign.
    * * *

    Ex: This was originally intended as a set of speaking notes for candidates and others in the 1979 direct election campaign.

    Spanish-English dictionary > concerbirse como

  • 927 conducir Personas como si fueran ganado

    (v.) = herd
    Ex. The victims had been herded onto a wooden landing craft by the captain of a Honduras-registered ship who then proceeded, by accident or design, to ram the craft, killing the majority of people aboard.
    * * *
    (v.) = herd

    Ex: The victims had been herded onto a wooden landing craft by the captain of a Honduras-registered ship who then proceeded, by accident or design, to ram the craft, killing the majority of people aboard.

    Spanish-English dictionary > conducir Personas como si fueran ganado

  • 928 conocer Algo como la palma de + Posesivo + mano

    = know + Algo + like the back of + Posesivo + hand
    Ex. Having lived there practically all of his life, he reveals that he knows the place like the back of his hand.
    * * *
    = know + Algo + like the back of + Posesivo + hand

    Ex: Having lived there practically all of his life, he reveals that he knows the place like the back of his hand.

    Spanish-English dictionary > conocer Algo como la palma de + Posesivo + mano

  • 929 conocer como

    v.
    to know as.
    * * *
    (v.) = designate as
    Ex. With the preliminary investigations completed, a joint working group designated as the IFLA Working Group on an International Authority System was established.
    * * *

    Ex: With the preliminary investigations completed, a joint working group designated as the IFLA Working Group on an International Authority System was established.

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  • 930 conocer cómo piensa Alguien

    (v.) = get + inside the mind of
    Ex. The book focuses on Nixon's two terms in office and draws on solid, original source material to get inside the minds of the president and his chief hatchetman, Chief of Staff H. R. Haldeman, in particular.
    * * *
    (v.) = get + inside the mind of

    Ex: The book focuses on Nixon's two terms in office and draws on solid, original source material to get inside the minds of the president and his chief hatchetman, Chief of Staff H. R. Haldeman, in particular.

    Spanish-English dictionary > conocer cómo piensa Alguien

  • 931 conocerse como

    (v.) = call, be known as, dub
    Ex. The creation of a series of entries for inclusion in a catalogue or printed index is an indexing process which must involve some system, which we might call an indexing system.
    Ex. The large cataloguing record data bases are structured according to a format known as the MARC format.
    Ex. Carlyle Systems Inc has recently issued version 2.1 of their cataloguing input/edit module, dubbed CATIE.
    * * *
    (v.) = call, be known as, dub

    Ex: The creation of a series of entries for inclusion in a catalogue or printed index is an indexing process which must involve some system, which we might call an indexing system.

    Ex: The large cataloguing record data bases are structured according to a format known as the MARC format.
    Ex: Carlyle Systems Inc has recently issued version 2.1 of their cataloguing input/edit module, dubbed CATIE.

    Spanish-English dictionary > conocerse como

  • 932 conocido también como

    = a.k.a. (also known as)
    Ex. In this chapter, you're going to learn about what is for most members of the Internet community the most frequently used facility: electronic mail, a.k.a. e-mail.
    * * *
    = a.k.a. (also known as)

    Ex: In this chapter, you're going to learn about what is for most members of the Internet community the most frequently used facility: electronic mail, a.k.a. e-mail.

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  • 933 conocimiento de cómo sobrevivir en el bosque

    (n.) = woodcraft
    Ex. A hunting guide while still in his teens, he learned his woodcraft first hand, absorbing lore handed down to him from his father.
    * * *
    (n.) = woodcraft

    Ex: A hunting guide while still in his teens, he learned his woodcraft first hand, absorbing lore handed down to him from his father.

    Spanish-English dictionary > conocimiento de cómo sobrevivir en el bosque

  • 934 conseguir un premio

    (v.) = earn + an award, win + award, win + prize
    Ex. Every time you travel and use a partner airline, hotel or car rental company, you increase your chances of earning an award.
    Ex. She won the award for his noteworthy contributions to the field of information science.
    Ex. The publishers whose books win the prizes obviously use the fact to try to boost sales.
    * * *
    (v.) = earn + an award, win + award, win + prize

    Ex: Every time you travel and use a partner airline, hotel or car rental company, you increase your chances of earning an award.

    Ex: She won the award for his noteworthy contributions to the field of information science.
    Ex: The publishers whose books win the prizes obviously use the fact to try to boost sales.

    Spanish-English dictionary > conseguir un premio

  • 935 considerar como posible

    (v.) = entertain as + a possibility
    Ex. If we do not ' entertain as a possibility' the outlook of a writer while we are reading him we shall not know what his outlook is, and will attack or praise a caricature of it.
    * * *
    (v.) = entertain as + a possibility

    Ex: If we do not ' entertain as a possibility' the outlook of a writer while we are reading him we shall not know what his outlook is, and will attack or praise a caricature of it.

    Spanish-English dictionary > considerar como posible

  • 936 constituir como sociedad

    (v.) = incorporate
    Ex. The Federation is incorporated in accordance with the laws of the Netherlands.
    * * *

    Ex: The Federation is incorporated in accordance with the laws of the Netherlands.

    Spanish-English dictionary > constituir como sociedad

  • 937 continuar como antes

    (v.) = go on + as before
    Ex. Where the waters didn't reach life goes on as before; where it did reach there is death, destruction, disease and no hope.
    * * *
    (v.) = go on + as before

    Ex: Where the waters didn't reach life goes on as before; where it did reach there is death, destruction, disease and no hope.

    Spanish-English dictionary > continuar como antes

  • 938 contratar como/de

    (v.) = engage as
    Ex. The person engaged as an abstractor may be anyone from the author of a work, an information officer, or a subject expert to a library assistant or clerk.
    * * *
    (v.) = engage as

    Ex: The person engaged as an abstractor may be anyone from the author of a work, an information officer, or a subject expert to a library assistant or clerk.

    Spanish-English dictionary > contratar como/de

  • 939 correr como alma que lleva el diablo

    (v.) = run for + Posesivo + life
    Ex. We stood in our driveway looking daggers at each other -- the tension was like the air before lightning, even the cat ran for her life.
    * * *
    (v.) = run for + Posesivo + life

    Ex: We stood in our driveway looking daggers at each other -- the tension was like the air before lightning, even the cat ran for her life.

    Spanish-English dictionary > correr como alma que lleva el diablo

  • 940 cortar Algo como si fuera mantequilla

    = cut through + Nombre + like a (hot) knife through butter
    Ex. The branches I was removing had a circumference of approximately 30cm and the chainsaw cut through them like a hot knife through butter.
    * * *
    = cut through + Nombre + like a (hot) knife through butter

    Ex: The branches I was removing had a circumference of approximately 30cm and the chainsaw cut through them like a hot knife through butter.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cortar Algo como si fuera mantequilla

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