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conviviality

  • 1 afabilidad

    f.
    affability.
    * * *
    1 affability
    * * *
    SF affability, geniality
    * * *
    femenino affability
    * * *
    = approachability, conviviality, affability, congeniality.
    Ex. She always maintained that approachability is the first requirement of the reference librarian.
    Ex. Alcohol in moderation is effective in reducing stress and may increase overall affective expression, happiness, euphoria, conviviality, & carefree feelings.
    Ex. The author suggests that library training at all levels should stress the concept of affability.
    Ex. He impressed many voters with his congeniality and his call for lower taxes to try to stimulate the economy.
    ----
    * con afabilidad = good-naturedly.
    * * *
    femenino affability
    * * *
    = approachability, conviviality, affability, congeniality.

    Ex: She always maintained that approachability is the first requirement of the reference librarian.

    Ex: Alcohol in moderation is effective in reducing stress and may increase overall affective expression, happiness, euphoria, conviviality, & carefree feelings.
    Ex: The author suggests that library training at all levels should stress the concept of affability.
    Ex: He impressed many voters with his congeniality and his call for lower taxes to try to stimulate the economy.
    * con afabilidad = good-naturedly.

    * * *
    affability
    * * *
    affability;
    * * *
    f affability, pleasantness
    * * *
    : affability

    Spanish-English dictionary > afabilidad

  • 2 amigabilidad

    f.
    friendliness, amicableness, amicability, easy disposition for making friends.
    * * *
    = user-friendliness, conviviality.
    Ex. This is the text of a paper presented at a meeting on library image and user-friendliness, held in the Netherlands.
    Ex. Alcohol in moderation is effective in reducing stress and may increase overall affective expression, happiness, euphoria, conviviality, & carefree feelings.
    * * *
    = user-friendliness, conviviality.

    Ex: This is the text of a paper presented at a meeting on library image and user-friendliness, held in the Netherlands.

    Ex: Alcohol in moderation is effective in reducing stress and may increase overall affective expression, happiness, euphoria, conviviality, & carefree feelings.

    Spanish-English dictionary > amigabilidad

  • 3 camaradería

    f.
    comradeship, companionship, fellowship, fraternity.
    * * *
    1 (gen) companionship, friendship, camaraderie
    2 PLÍTICA comradeship
    * * *
    SF [en partido político] comradeship; [entre amigos] camaraderie, matiness *; [en deportes] camaraderie, team spirit
    * * *
    femenino camaraderie, comradeship

    una comida de camaradería — (CS) a reunion dinner, an alumni dinner (AmE)

    * * *
    = camaraderie, collegiality, conviviality.
    Ex. The sense of camaraderie experienced in meeting with other devotees is not unworthy of some kind of celebration.
    Ex. In the name of collegiality, students are victimized, considerable intellectual resources are being squandered, and the general public is deliberately misled.
    Ex. Alcohol in moderation is effective in reducing stress and may increase overall affective expression, happiness, euphoria, conviviality, & carefree feelings.
    ----
    * camaradería de grupo = group ride.
    * * *
    femenino camaraderie, comradeship

    una comida de camaradería — (CS) a reunion dinner, an alumni dinner (AmE)

    * * *
    = camaraderie, collegiality, conviviality.

    Ex: The sense of camaraderie experienced in meeting with other devotees is not unworthy of some kind of celebration.

    Ex: In the name of collegiality, students are victimized, considerable intellectual resources are being squandered, and the general public is deliberately misled.
    Ex: Alcohol in moderation is effective in reducing stress and may increase overall affective expression, happiness, euphoria, conviviality, & carefree feelings.
    * camaradería de grupo = group ride.

    * * *
    camaraderie, comradeship
    un ambiente de camaradería a friendly atmosphere, an atmosphere of camaraderie
    una comida de camaradería (CS); a reunion meal, an old boys'/old girls' dinner, an alumni dinner ( AmE)
    * * *

    camaradería sustantivo femenino
    camaraderie, comradeship
    camaradería sustantivo femenino camaraderie, friendship: entre los miembros del sindicato hay mucha camaradería, there is a lot of comradeship among the union members
    ' camaradería' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ambiente
    English:
    camaraderie
    - comradeship
    - fellowship
    - fellow
    * * *
    camaraderie;
    en la oficina reina la camaradería everyone's very friendly in the office;
    se tratan con camaradería they're very friendly to one another
    * * *
    f camaraderie, comradeship
    * * *
    : camaraderie

    Spanish-English dictionary > camaradería

  • 4 con moderación

    = sparingly, in moderation
    Ex. Traditionally analytical entries have been used, though sparingly, for this purpose; and very useful such analyticals might prove to the user of the catalogue.
    Ex. Alcohol in moderation is effective in reducing stress and may increase overall affective expression, happiness, euphoria, conviviality, & carefree feelings.
    * * *
    = sparingly, in moderation

    Ex: Traditionally analytical entries have been used, though sparingly, for this purpose; and very useful such analyticals might prove to the user of the catalogue.

    Ex: Alcohol in moderation is effective in reducing stress and may increase overall affective expression, happiness, euphoria, conviviality, & carefree feelings.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con moderación

  • 5 cordialidad

    f.
    cordiality.
    * * *
    1 cordiality, warmth, friendliness
    * * *
    SF warmth, cordiality
    * * *
    femenino (frml) cordiality
    * * *
    = cordiality, conviviality.
    Ex. Over a hundred years ago Samuel S Green advised librarians 'Receive readers with something of the cordiality displayed by an old-time innkeeper'.
    Ex. Alcohol in moderation is effective in reducing stress and may increase overall affective expression, happiness, euphoria, conviviality, & carefree feelings.
    ----
    * cordialidad entre vecinos = neighbourliness [neighborliness, -USA].
    * * *
    femenino (frml) cordiality
    * * *
    = cordiality, conviviality.

    Ex: Over a hundred years ago Samuel S Green advised librarians 'Receive readers with something of the cordiality displayed by an old-time innkeeper'.

    Ex: Alcohol in moderation is effective in reducing stress and may increase overall affective expression, happiness, euphoria, conviviality, & carefree feelings.
    * cordialidad entre vecinos = neighbourliness [neighborliness, -USA].

    * * *
    ( frml)
    cordiality
    trató a sus invitados con cordialidad she treated her guests with cordiality o very cordially
    * * *

    cordialidad sustantivo femenino (frml) cordiality
    cordialidad sustantivo femenino cordiality, warmth
    ' cordialidad' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    franco
    English:
    warmth
    * * *
    cordiality
    * * *
    f cordiality
    * * *
    : cordiality, warmth

    Spanish-English dictionary > cordialidad

  • 6 despreocupado

    adj.
    unworried, care-free, carefree, free and easy.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: despreocuparse.
    * * *
    1→ link=despreocuparse despreocuparse
    1 (tranquilo) unconcerned, unworried
    2 (negligente) negligent, careless, sloppy
    3 (indiferente) indifferent
    * * *
    (f. - despreocupada)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=sin preocupación) unworried, unconcerned
    2) [al hablar, jugar] nonchalant
    3) [en el vestir] casual; pey careless, sloppy
    4) (=imparcial) unbias(s)ed, impartial
    5) (Rel) (=indiferente) indifferent, apathetic; (=tolerante) broad-minded
    6) [mujer] loose
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    a) ( sin preocupaciones) < vida> carefree
    b) ( descuidado) negligent
    c) ( indiferente) unworried
    * * *
    = freewheeling [free-wheeling], unconcerned, footloose, blithe, carefree, breezy [breezier -comp., breeziest -sup.], insouciant, nonplus, nonplussed [nonplused], nonchalant, airy [airier -comp., airiest -sup.].
    Ex. Yet it is argued that these fluctuations do not justify either precipitous journal cancellations or free-wheeling additions to the collection.
    Ex. Then, with an elfin smile she said: 'You see, I haven't been entirely unconcerned!'.
    Ex. Americans are among the most opulent and footloose people on earth.
    Ex. According to these librarians, prudent judgment and professional knowledge about the value of a title should never be replaced by a blithe trust in statistical data.
    Ex. Alcohol in moderation is effective in reducing stress and may increase overall affective expression, happiness, euphoria, conviviality, & carefree feelings.
    Ex. This knowing sequel to the breezy glamor of 'Ocean's Eleven' provides more thieves, more heists, more twists, more locations, and more playfulness than the original.
    Ex. Adopting an insouciant attitude toward empirical research -- shorn of such seemingly tough-minded concepts as objectivity and transparency -- makes her point more plausible.
    Ex. I remember reading an interview where Boll was nonplus about it, but then days later the site got shut down.
    Ex. Considering all that has happened to them, the cousins were nonplussed.
    Ex. Certainly the explanation was remarkably in accordance with the nonchalant character of the noble lord who gave it.
    Ex. Cases keep discussion grounded on certain persistent facts that must be faced, and keep a realistic rein on airy flights of academic speculation.
    ----
    * de manera despreocupada = casually.
    * usar de un modo despreocupado = bandy (about/around).
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    a) ( sin preocupaciones) < vida> carefree
    b) ( descuidado) negligent
    c) ( indiferente) unworried
    * * *
    = freewheeling [free-wheeling], unconcerned, footloose, blithe, carefree, breezy [breezier -comp., breeziest -sup.], insouciant, nonplus, nonplussed [nonplused], nonchalant, airy [airier -comp., airiest -sup.].

    Ex: Yet it is argued that these fluctuations do not justify either precipitous journal cancellations or free-wheeling additions to the collection.

    Ex: Then, with an elfin smile she said: 'You see, I haven't been entirely unconcerned!'.
    Ex: Americans are among the most opulent and footloose people on earth.
    Ex: According to these librarians, prudent judgment and professional knowledge about the value of a title should never be replaced by a blithe trust in statistical data.
    Ex: Alcohol in moderation is effective in reducing stress and may increase overall affective expression, happiness, euphoria, conviviality, & carefree feelings.
    Ex: This knowing sequel to the breezy glamor of 'Ocean's Eleven' provides more thieves, more heists, more twists, more locations, and more playfulness than the original.
    Ex: Adopting an insouciant attitude toward empirical research -- shorn of such seemingly tough-minded concepts as objectivity and transparency -- makes her point more plausible.
    Ex: I remember reading an interview where Boll was nonplus about it, but then days later the site got shut down.
    Ex: Considering all that has happened to them, the cousins were nonplussed.
    Ex: Certainly the explanation was remarkably in accordance with the nonchalant character of the noble lord who gave it.
    Ex: Cases keep discussion grounded on certain persistent facts that must be faced, and keep a realistic rein on airy flights of academic speculation.
    * de manera despreocupada = casually.
    * usar de un modo despreocupado = bandy (about/around).

    * * *
    carefree
    llevaba una vida muy despreocupada she led a very carefree existence
    es muy despreocupado con sus hijos he's very easygoing with his children
    * * *

    Del verbo despreocuparse: ( conjugate despreocuparse)

    despreocupado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    despreocupado    
    despreocuparse
    despreocupado
    ◊ -da adjetivo




    despreocuparse ( conjugate despreocuparse) verbo pronominal
    a) See Also




    despreocupado,-a adjetivo
    1 (tranquilo) unconcerned
    2 (negligente) careless
    (estilo) casual
    despreocuparse verbo reflexivo
    1 (liberarse de una preocupación) to stop worrying: es difícil despreocuparse del chequeo de mañana, it's hard to not to be worried about tomorrow's checkup
    2 (no prestar atención, cuidado, etc) to be unconcerned o indifferent [de, to]: se ha despreocupado completamente de preparar la boda, she has become totally indifferent to planning the wedding
    ' despreocupado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    dejada
    - dejado
    - despreocuparse
    - despreocupada
    - tranquila
    - tranquilo
    English:
    airy
    - breezy
    - carefree
    - careless
    - casual
    - easy-going
    - happy-go-lucky
    - nonchalant
    - slovenly
    - care
    - happy
    * * *
    despreocupado, -a adj
    1. [libre de preocupaciones] carefree;
    vive despreocupado he's very happy-go-lucky o laid-back;
    es demasiado despreocupado he doesn't take things seriously enough, he's too laid-back
    2. [negligente] unconcerned
    * * *
    adj
    1 ( descuidado) careless
    2 ( sin preocupaciones) carefree
    * * *
    despreocupado, -da adj
    : carefree, easygoing, unconcerned
    * * *
    despreocupado adj casual

    Spanish-English dictionary > despreocupado

  • 7 sin preocupaciones

    adj.
    without worries, trouble-free, carefree, unruffled.
    adv.
    without worries, without worrying.
    * * *
    (adj.) = carefree, worry-free
    Ex. Alcohol in moderation is effective in reducing stress and may increase overall affective expression, happiness, euphoria, conviviality, & carefree feelings.
    Ex. For your night out on the town get picked up and dropped off at your home or hotel and enjoy an evening worry free of driving, parking or hailing a cab.
    * * *
    (adj.) = carefree, worry-free

    Ex: Alcohol in moderation is effective in reducing stress and may increase overall affective expression, happiness, euphoria, conviviality, & carefree feelings.

    Ex: For your night out on the town get picked up and dropped off at your home or hotel and enjoy an evening worry free of driving, parking or hailing a cab.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sin preocupaciones

  • 8 sin problemas

    adj.
    1 without problems.
    2 trouble-free, carefree.
    * * *
    = smoothly, smooth [smoother -comp., smoothest -sup.], problem-free, trouble free [trouble-free], without a hitch, unproblematically, carefree, without difficulty, in good standing
    Ex. DOBIS/LIBIS can take over much of the housekeeping work necessary for a smoothly functioning library = DOBIS/LIBIS puede encargarse de la mayor parte del trabajo de gestión administrativa para que la biblioteca funcione sin problemas.
    Ex. Some librarians anxious to make the transfer from the children's to the adult department as smooth as possible, often create a 'young adults' fiction section within the children's department.
    Ex. The operational system chosen should allow problem-free transfer from one generation to another.
    Ex. It is anticipated that the replacement bindings usedwill give centuries of trouble free service.
    Ex. Should files follow the 8.3 standard or can long file names be used without a hitch?.
    Ex. In this context television and radio appear as unproblematically and meaningfully available for anyone and everyone.
    Ex. Alcohol in moderation is effective in reducing stress and may increase overall affective expression, happiness, euphoria, conviviality, & carefree feelings.
    Ex. As it happened, the snowfall was moderate and all the rest of us worked all day and got home without difficulty.
    Ex. Nominators must be paid-up members in good standing for the year of the election.
    * * *
    = smoothly, smooth [smoother -comp., smoothest -sup.], problem-free, trouble free [trouble-free], without a hitch, unproblematically, carefree, without difficulty, in good standing

    Ex: DOBIS/LIBIS can take over much of the housekeeping work necessary for a smoothly functioning library = DOBIS/LIBIS puede encargarse de la mayor parte del trabajo de gestión administrativa para que la biblioteca funcione sin problemas.

    Ex: Some librarians anxious to make the transfer from the children's to the adult department as smooth as possible, often create a 'young adults' fiction section within the children's department.
    Ex: The operational system chosen should allow problem-free transfer from one generation to another.
    Ex: It is anticipated that the replacement bindings usedwill give centuries of trouble free service.
    Ex: Should files follow the 8.3 standard or can long file names be used without a hitch?.
    Ex: In this context television and radio appear as unproblematically and meaningfully available for anyone and everyone.
    Ex: Alcohol in moderation is effective in reducing stress and may increase overall affective expression, happiness, euphoria, conviviality, & carefree feelings.
    Ex: As it happened, the snowfall was moderate and all the rest of us worked all day and got home without difficulty.
    Ex: Nominators must be paid-up members in good standing for the year of the election.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sin problemas

  • 9 sociabilidad

    f.
    sociability.
    * * *
    1 sociability
    * * *
    SF [de persona] sociability; [de animal] gregariousness; [de reunión] conviviality
    * * *
    a) ( cualidad) sociability
    b) (Ur) ( vida social) socializing
    * * *
    = sociability, gregariousness, conviviality, congeniality.
    Ex. The concise Oxford dictionary defines 'phatic' as 'used to convey general sociability rather than to communicate specific meaning'.
    Ex. Global networks have created a situation where physical solitude can be combine with global gregariousness and the individual is more responsible for education and information gathering = Las redes mundiales han creado una situación donde la solitud física puede combinarse con la sociabilidad mundial y el individuo es más responsable de su educación y de la recogida de información.
    Ex. Alcohol in moderation is effective in reducing stress and may increase overall affective expression, happiness, euphoria, conviviality, & carefree feelings.
    Ex. He impressed many voters with his congeniality and his call for lower taxes to try to stimulate the economy.
    * * *
    a) ( cualidad) sociability
    b) (Ur) ( vida social) socializing
    * * *
    = sociability, gregariousness, conviviality, congeniality.

    Ex: The concise Oxford dictionary defines 'phatic' as 'used to convey general sociability rather than to communicate specific meaning'.

    Ex: Global networks have created a situation where physical solitude can be combine with global gregariousness and the individual is more responsible for education and information gathering = Las redes mundiales han creado una situación donde la solitud física puede combinarse con la sociabilidad mundial y el individuo es más responsable de su educación y de la recogida de información.
    Ex: Alcohol in moderation is effective in reducing stress and may increase overall affective expression, happiness, euphoria, conviviality, & carefree feelings.
    Ex: He impressed many voters with his congeniality and his call for lower taxes to try to stimulate the economy.

    * * *
    1 (cualidad) sociability
    2 (Ur) (vida social) socializing
    hacer sociabilidad to socialize
    * * *

    sociabilidad sustantivo femenino sociability
    ' sociabilidad' also found in these entries:
    English:
    sociability
    * * *
    1. [simpatía] sociability
    2. Urug [vida social] socializing;
    hacer sociabilidad [charlar] to chat;
    [alternar] to socialize
    * * *
    f sociability
    * * *
    : sociability

    Spanish-English dictionary > sociabilidad

  • 10 jovialidad

    • conviviality
    • gleaner
    • glee club
    • joviality
    • merriment
    • merry disposition

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > jovialidad

  • 11 sociabilidad

    • companionableness
    • conviviality
    • good fit
    • good-faith purchaser
    • good-fellowship
    • sociability
    • sociableness
    • sociality

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > sociabilidad

См. также в других словарях:

  • Conviviality — Con*viv i*al i*ty, n.; pl. {Convivialities}. The good humor or mirth indulged in upon festive occasions; a convivial spirit or humor; festivity. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • conviviality — noun a) The state of being convivial He will not abide intellectually lazy thinking or any form of acquiescence to political correctness and its facile rituals of politeness and forced conviviality. b) A jovial spirit or activity …   Wiktionary

  • conviviality — convivial ► ADJECTIVE 1) (of an atmosphere or event) friendly and lively. 2) (of a person) cheerfully sociable. DERIVATIVES conviviality noun convivially adverb. ORIGIN originally in the sense «fit for a feast»: from Latin convivium a feast …   English terms dictionary

  • conviviality — noun see convivial …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • conviviality — See convivial. * * * …   Universalium

  • conviviality — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. sociality, sociability, festivity, gaiety, joviality. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. festivity, gaiety, sociability; see entertainment 1 , merriment 2 . III (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun Joyful, exuberant… …   English dictionary for students

  • conviviality — con·viv·i·al·i·ty || kÉ™n‚vɪvɪ ælÉ™tɪ n. friendliness; festivity …   English contemporary dictionary

  • conviviality — n. Festivity, joviality, jollity, gayety, merry making …   New dictionary of synonyms

  • conviviality — con·viv·i·al·i·ty …   English syllables

  • conviviality — noun 1. a jovial nature • Syn: ↑joviality • Derivationally related forms: ↑jovial (for: ↑joviality), ↑convivial • Hypernyms: ↑sociability, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • Convivialities — Conviviality Con*viv i*al i*ty, n.; pl. {Convivialities}. The good humor or mirth indulged in upon festive occasions; a convivial spirit or humor; festivity. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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