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convinieron en que se repartirían el trabajo

  • 1 almuerzo de trabajo

    Ex. Minor slip-ups are things like - your fly is undone while giving a presentation, you accidentally let out an audible burp at a work luncheon, wardrobe malfunctions, you pass gas.
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    Ex: Minor slip-ups are things like - your fly is undone while giving a presentation, you accidentally let out an audible burp at a work luncheon, wardrobe malfunctions, you pass gas.

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    working lunch

    Spanish-English dictionary > almuerzo de trabajo

  • 2 basado en el trabajo en equipo

    (adj.) = team-based
    Ex. Collection development should not be carried out in isolation from other library activities; a team-based approach should yield positive results = El desarrollo de la colección no debería realizarse por separado de otras tareas bibliotecarias; un método basado en el trabajo en equipo debería producir resultados positivos.
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    (adj.) = team-based

    Ex: Collection development should not be carried out in isolation from other library activities; a team-based approach should yield positive results = El desarrollo de la colección no debería realizarse por separado de otras tareas bibliotecarias; un método basado en el trabajo en equipo debería producir resultados positivos.

    Spanish-English dictionary > basado en el trabajo en equipo

  • 3 bolsa de trabajo

    (en periódico) job section, situations vacant
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    (n.) = labour exchange, job opportunities, employment bureau, employment centre, employment opportunity, job centre, job pool
    Ex. The paper presents and discusses labour-exchange systems in a small community of 90 peasant families in Santiago Island, Cape Verde.
    Ex. This article examines why job opportunities remain limited for women librarians.
    Ex. He analyzes the job seeker and the influence of mediating agencies, such as unions, employment bureaus, and help-wanted advertising in the hiring process.
    Ex. This database provides access to a wide range of information, including local news, the housing and employment markets, weather and local events, through some 400 public terminals located in public libraries, employment centres, town-halls, and schools.
    Ex. This article was published in a special issue devoted to various aspects of library services for career planning, job searching, and employment opportunities.
    Ex. As a result, job centres must treat employers looking for a prostitute in the same way as those looking for a dental nurse.
    Ex. Most people don't realise that a large percentage of jobs never get advertised and these jobs make up what I call the hidden job pool.
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    (n.) = labour exchange, job opportunities, employment bureau, employment centre, employment opportunity, job centre, job pool

    Ex: The paper presents and discusses labour-exchange systems in a small community of 90 peasant families in Santiago Island, Cape Verde.

    Ex: This article examines why job opportunities remain limited for women librarians.
    Ex: He analyzes the job seeker and the influence of mediating agencies, such as unions, employment bureaus, and help-wanted advertising in the hiring process.
    Ex: This database provides access to a wide range of information, including local news, the housing and employment markets, weather and local events, through some 400 public terminals located in public libraries, employment centres, town-halls, and schools.
    Ex: This article was published in a special issue devoted to various aspects of library services for career planning, job searching, and employment opportunities.
    Ex: As a result, job centres must treat employers looking for a prostitute in the same way as those looking for a dental nurse.
    Ex: Most people don't realise that a large percentage of jobs never get advertised and these jobs make up what I call the hidden job pool.

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    employment exchange

    Spanish-English dictionary > bolsa de trabajo

  • 4 comida de trabajo

    (n.) = business meal, professional meal
    Ex. Business meals are classified as expenses for meals and meetings that occur during the course of business.
    Ex. This is a great venue for professional meals and relaxed, stylish celebrations.
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    (n.) = business meal, professional meal

    Ex: Business meals are classified as expenses for meals and meetings that occur during the course of business.

    Ex: This is a great venue for professional meals and relaxed, stylish celebrations.

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    working lunch

    Spanish-English dictionary > comida de trabajo

  • 5 compañero de trabajo

    workmate, colleague
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    (n.) = co-worker [coworker], male colleague, work colleague, fellow worker
    Ex. Co-workers are the most often consulted information sources.
    Ex. The article 'All things being equal: pay equity for library workers' shows that women still earn less than their male colleagues.
    Ex. In the meantime, the staff 'champions', who have been involved with the process, act as advocates with their work colleagues.
    Ex. Unlike most of their fellow workers, they have 'primitive' social interests, limited to games of cards & dominoes, & are heavy drinkers.
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    (n.) = co-worker [coworker], male colleague, work colleague, fellow worker

    Ex: Co-workers are the most often consulted information sources.

    Ex: The article 'All things being equal: pay equity for library workers' shows that women still earn less than their male colleagues.
    Ex: In the meantime, the staff 'champions', who have been involved with the process, act as advocates with their work colleagues.
    Ex: Unlike most of their fellow workers, they have 'primitive' social interests, limited to games of cards & dominoes, & are heavy drinkers.

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    coworker, colleague

    Spanish-English dictionary > compañero de trabajo

  • 6 condiciones de trabajo

    working conditions
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    Ex. This programme was devoted to reinforce development aid and to improve living and working conditions by improving safety and protecting health and the environment.
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    Ex: This programme was devoted to reinforce development aid and to improve living and working conditions by improving safety and protecting health and the environment.

    Spanish-English dictionary > condiciones de trabajo

  • 7 contrato de trabajo

    work contract
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    Ex. The article 'Contracting: a bouquet of roses, but watch the thorns!' presents a personal review of an experience of undertaking a 1 year contract position assisting in the implementation of a new library management system in a company library.
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    Ex: The article 'Contracting: a bouquet of roses, but watch the thorns!' presents a personal review of an experience of undertaking a 1 year contract position assisting in the implementation of a new library management system in a company library.

    Spanish-English dictionary > contrato de trabajo

  • 8 costar trabajo

    v.
    1 to be difficult to do, to take a lot of effort, to be hard to do, to take a lot of work.
    Cuesta trabajo verte así It is difficult to see you like this.
    Cuesta trabajo It is difficult to do.
    2 to have difficulty with.
    Nos costó trabajo el chico We had difficulty with the boy.
    3 to find it difficult to.
    Me cuesta trabajo llegar temprano I find it difficult to arrive early.
    4 to take a lot of effort to, to take a lot of work to.
    Cuesta trabajo ver resultados It takes a lot of effort to see results.
    5 to be difficult to, to be not easy to.
    Cuesta trabajo verte así It is difficult to see you like this.
    6 to find it hard to.
    Me cuesta trabajo sacar buenas notas I find it hard to get good grades.
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    (v.) = have + Posesivo + work cut out for + Pronombre, have + Posesivo + job cut out for + Pronombre
    Ex. 'Well, Laura, it looks as if you have your work cut out for you!' remarked Lachaise, a knowing smile spreading over her face.
    Ex. Time for a change, but whoever gets in, will sure have their job cut out for them thanks to good old Bush.
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    (v.) = have + Posesivo + work cut out for + Pronombre, have + Posesivo + job cut out for + Pronombre

    Ex: 'Well, Laura, it looks as if you have your work cut out for you!' remarked Lachaise, a knowing smile spreading over her face.

    Ex: Time for a change, but whoever gets in, will sure have their job cut out for them thanks to good old Bush.

    Spanish-English dictionary > costar trabajo

  • 9 día del trabajo

    Ex. We will be on red alert effective today, which means that we will place on stand-by at least 2,000 soldiers to prepare for any incident in the Labor Day holiday.
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    Ex: We will be on red alert effective today, which means that we will place on stand-by at least 2,000 soldiers to prepare for any incident in the Labor Day holiday.

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    In Latin America and Spain, Labor Day is celebrated on May Day. In many Latin American countries, where workers still suffer greatly from low wages and bad working conditions, May Day celebrations often have strong overtones of protest.

    Spanish-English dictionary > día del trabajo

  • 10 entrevista de trabajo

    Ex. The author sets out seven points designed to help candidates overcome nervousness and make the best of themselves in job interviews.
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    Ex: The author sets out seven points designed to help candidates overcome nervousness and make the best of themselves in job interviews.

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    job interview

    Spanish-English dictionary > entrevista de trabajo

  • 11 estación de trabajo

    INFORMÁTICA work station
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    (n.) = workstation [work station], desktop workstation
    Ex. Information for the whole system is immediately updated as data is processed through the work stations.
    Ex. This technology matured quietly, until desktop workstations became available around 1983.
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    (n.) = workstation [work station], desktop workstation

    Ex: Information for the whole system is immediately updated as data is processed through the work stations.

    Ex: This technology matured quietly, until desktop workstations became available around 1983.

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    INFOR workstation

    Spanish-English dictionary > estación de trabajo

  • 12 estar saturado de trabajo

    (v.) = work to + capacity
    Ex. The Consumer Protection Department's inspectors were already working to capacity and did not want actively to encourage more casework = Los inspectores del Departamento de Protección al Consumidor ya estaban saturados de trabajo y no querían propiciar nuevos casos.
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    (v.) = work to + capacity

    Ex: The Consumer Protection Department's inspectors were already working to capacity and did not want actively to encourage more casework = Los inspectores del Departamento de Protección al Consumidor ya estaban saturados de trabajo y no querían propiciar nuevos casos.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estar saturado de trabajo

  • 13 estar sin trabajo

    to be out of work
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    (v.) = stay out of + work
    Ex. This author discusses the qualities people need to stay in work, and how long they can expect to stay out of work if they lose their job.
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    (v.) = stay out of + work

    Ex: This author discusses the qualities people need to stay in work, and how long they can expect to stay out of work if they lose their job.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estar sin trabajo

  • 14 hacer + Posesivo + trabajo

    (v.) = get on with + Posesivo + work, do + Posesivo + business
    Ex. A ward sister then arrived and gave them a telling off for not getting on with their work.
    Ex. And those of us who manage the public's dollars will be held to account -- to spend wisely, reform bad habits, and do our business in the light of day -- because only then can we restore the vital trust between a people and their government = Y los que manejemos el dinero público tendremos que responder de ello (gastar con prudencia, cambiar malos hábitos y hacer nuestro trabajo a la luz del día) porque sólo entonces podremos restablecer la confianza entre el pueblo y su gobierno.
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    (v.) = get on with + Posesivo + work, do + Posesivo + business

    Ex: A ward sister then arrived and gave them a telling off for not getting on with their work.

    Ex: And those of us who manage the public's dollars will be held to account -- to spend wisely, reform bad habits, and do our business in the light of day -- because only then can we restore the vital trust between a people and their government = Y los que manejemos el dinero público tendremos que responder de ello (gastar con prudencia, cambiar malos hábitos y hacer nuestro trabajo a la luz del día) porque sólo entonces podremos restablecer la confianza entre el pueblo y su gobierno.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacer + Posesivo + trabajo

  • 15 horario de trabajo

    (n.) = hours of operation, working hours, work hours
    Ex. Days and hours of operation are always weather-dependent and can result in earlier closures without notice.
    Ex. As opening hours increase and working hours decrease, the role of part-time staff must be carefully considered.
    Ex. Sleepiness continues to be a significant issue among medical residents despite recently mandated reductions in resident work hours.
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    (n.) = hours of operation, working hours, work hours

    Ex: Days and hours of operation are always weather-dependent and can result in earlier closures without notice.

    Ex: As opening hours increase and working hours decrease, the role of part-time staff must be carefully considered.
    Ex: Sleepiness continues to be a significant issue among medical residents despite recently mandated reductions in resident work hours.

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    (working) hours pl

    Spanish-English dictionary > horario de trabajo

  • 16 lugar de trabajo del autor

    Ex. An abstract of a bibliography can be expected to note whether author affiliations are given = Es de esperar que el resumen de una bibliografía indique si se incluyen los lugares de trabajo de los autores.
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    Ex: An abstract of a bibliography can be expected to note whether author affiliations are given = Es de esperar que el resumen de una bibliografía indique si se incluyen los lugares de trabajo de los autores.

    Spanish-English dictionary > lugar de trabajo del autor

  • 17 línea de trabajo

    (n.) = line of work
    Ex. There are also programmes in several autonomous regions for support of their own lines of work = También existen programas en varias comunidades autónomas para apoyar sus propias líneas de trabajo.
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    Ex: There are also programmes in several autonomous regions for support of their own lines of work = También existen programas en varias comunidades autónomas para apoyar sus propias líneas de trabajo.

    Spanish-English dictionary > línea de trabajo

  • 18 memoria de trabajo

    Ex. The game 'Memory for Goblins' has been developed primarily for use in the assessment of working memory.
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    Ex: The game 'Memory for Goblins' has been developed primarily for use in the assessment of working memory.

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    INFOR working memory

    Spanish-English dictionary > memoria de trabajo

  • 19 mercado de trabajo

    job market
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    (n.) = labour market, job market
    Ex. To be sure, one of our major jobs seems to be processing and distributing students for a somewhat better defined labor market than most.
    Ex. Other recent surveys, such as those on multiple job holders and vacancies, reflect the need for information on aspects of the job market in the Community.
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    el mercado de trabajo
    (n.) = employment market, the

    Ex: The article focuses on the emerging employment market for librarians in order to assess its size and the extent to which it offers employment opportunities to trained librarians.

    (n.) = labour market, job market

    Ex: To be sure, one of our major jobs seems to be processing and distributing students for a somewhat better defined labor market than most.

    Ex: Other recent surveys, such as those on multiple job holders and vacancies, reflect the need for information on aspects of the job market in the Community.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mercado de trabajo

  • 20 oportunidad de trabajo

    (n.) = career opportunity, career option
    Ex. Such are the career opportunities presently open to such people that there is little hope of persuading them into new course programmes.
    Ex. A similar linear relationship between age and entrapment indicated that as librarians mature, they become bound to their line of work because of accumulated investments and decreased career options = Una relación directa similar entre la edad y la sensación de sentirse atrapado indicaba que a medida que los bibliotecarios envejecen se sienten ligados a su línea de trabajo debido al esfuerzo invertido y una disminución de las oportunidades de trabajo.
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    (n.) = career opportunity, career option

    Ex: Such are the career opportunities presently open to such people that there is little hope of persuading them into new course programmes.

    Ex: A similar linear relationship between age and entrapment indicated that as librarians mature, they become bound to their line of work because of accumulated investments and decreased career options = Una relación directa similar entre la edad y la sensación de sentirse atrapado indicaba que a medida que los bibliotecarios envejecen se sienten ligados a su línea de trabajo debido al esfuerzo invertido y una disminución de las oportunidades de trabajo.

    Spanish-English dictionary > oportunidad de trabajo


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