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  • 361 no servir para nada

    = be good for nothing, pissing into the wind, be of no avail, be to no avail, all + be for + naught
    Ex. For, methinks, the present condition of man is like a field, where battle hath been lately fought, where we may see many legs, and arms, and eyes lying here and there, which, for want of a union, and a soul to quicken and enliven them, are good for nothing, but to feed ravens, and infect the air.
    Ex. Though the national media will ignore his candidacy, the politically pure of heart will be able to vote their conscience -- and once again have a grand old Quixotic time pissing into the wind.
    Ex. This, however, was of no avail, for the whole cavity, including the external meatus, was gradually obliterated.
    Ex. However this was to no avail and the ship struck bottom.
    Ex. But the intrigue and suspense that the movie was constructing ended up all being for naught, as it ultimately failed to live up to its mystery.
    * * *
    = be good for nothing, pissing into the wind, be of no avail, be to no avail, all + be for + naught

    Ex: For, methinks, the present condition of man is like a field, where battle hath been lately fought, where we may see many legs, and arms, and eyes lying here and there, which, for want of a union, and a soul to quicken and enliven them, are good for nothing, but to feed ravens, and infect the air.

    Ex: Though the national media will ignore his candidacy, the politically pure of heart will be able to vote their conscience -- and once again have a grand old Quixotic time pissing into the wind.
    Ex: This, however, was of no avail, for the whole cavity, including the external meatus, was gradually obliterated.
    Ex: However this was to no avail and the ship struck bottom.
    Ex: But the intrigue and suspense that the movie was constructing ended up all being for naught, as it ultimately failed to live up to its mystery.

    Spanish-English dictionary > no servir para nada

  • 362 no significar nada

    (v.) = add up to + nothing
    Ex. This time it was a collection of random facts that added up to nothing.
    * * *
    (v.) = add up to + nothing

    Ex: This time it was a collection of random facts that added up to nothing.

    Spanish-English dictionary > no significar nada

  • 363 no suponer nada

    (v.) = add up to + nothing
    Ex. This time it was a collection of random facts that added up to nothing.
    * * *
    (v.) = add up to + nothing

    Ex: This time it was a collection of random facts that added up to nothing.

    Spanish-English dictionary > no suponer nada

  • 364 no tener nada en contra de

    (v.) = have + no quarrel with, have + nothing against
    Ex. I have no quarrel with subject catalogues.
    Ex. I have nothing against Aussies but I do have something against parasites who steal off someone else's ideas.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + no quarrel with, have + nothing against

    Ex: I have no quarrel with subject catalogues.

    Ex: I have nothing against Aussies but I do have something against parasites who steal off someone else's ideas.

    Spanish-English dictionary > no tener nada en contra de

  • 365 no tener nada en contra de Algo

    (v.) = have + no quarrel about + Nombre
    Ex. His library is using the subject heading 'CHILDREN'S LITERATURE, NONSEXIST' in two ways: one applied to material on the subject of nonsexist books -- about which I have no quarrel.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + no quarrel about + Nombre

    Ex: His library is using the subject heading 'CHILDREN'S LITERATURE, NONSEXIST' in two ways: one applied to material on the subject of nonsexist books -- about which I have no quarrel.

    Spanish-English dictionary > no tener nada en contra de Algo

  • 366 no tener nada que perder

    (v.) = have + nothing to lose
    Ex. 'Workers unite, you have nothing to lose but your chains,' said Karl Marx.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + nothing to lose

    Ex: 'Workers unite, you have nothing to lose but your chains,' said Karl Marx.

    Spanish-English dictionary > no tener nada que perder

  • 367 no tener tiempo de nada

    (v.) = have + not a moment to spare
    Ex. The street was thronged by people who had not a moment to spare.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + not a moment to spare

    Ex: The street was thronged by people who had not a moment to spare.

    Spanish-English dictionary > no tener tiempo de nada

  • 368 o nada en absoluto

    Ex. Elizabethan and Jacobean manuscripts were sketchily punctuated, if at all.
    * * *

    Ex: Elizabethan and Jacobean manuscripts were sketchily punctuated, if at all.

    Spanish-English dictionary > o nada en absoluto

  • 369 para que no falte de nada

    Ex. This is an interesting little town wholly populated by poseurs and backpackers with a few salty sea dogs thrown in for good measure.
    * * *

    Ex: This is an interesting little town wholly populated by poseurs and backpackers with a few salty sea dogs thrown in for good measure.

    Spanish-English dictionary > para que no falte de nada

  • 370 persona que nunca se deshace de nada

    (n.) = packrat, hoarder, magpie
    Ex. In broad terms, lack of weeding was associated with fear, inertia, and a ' packrat mentality,' causing one librarian to remark that it is 'time to weed librarians who don't want to weed'.
    Ex. Hoarders may become anxious and angry at the mere suggestion of getting rid of items that they've held onto for years.
    Ex. Now to start chucking out stuff that I don't need; being a bit of a magpie, that might be difficult!.
    * * *
    (n.) = packrat, hoarder, magpie

    Ex: In broad terms, lack of weeding was associated with fear, inertia, and a ' packrat mentality,' causing one librarian to remark that it is 'time to weed librarians who don't want to weed'.

    Ex: Hoarders may become anxious and angry at the mere suggestion of getting rid of items that they've held onto for years.
    Ex: Now to start chucking out stuff that I don't need; being a bit of a magpie, that might be difficult!.

    Spanish-English dictionary > persona que nunca se deshace de nada

  • 371 plano de la ciudad

    (n.) = street plan, city map
    Ex. Large-scale maps and street plans of the locality and surrounding areas may be consulted, as may current traders' lists and catalogues.
    Ex. The data were collected by means of city maps and verified through aerial photography.
    * * *
    (n.) = street plan, city map

    Ex: Large-scale maps and street plans of the locality and surrounding areas may be consulted, as may current traders' lists and catalogues.

    Ex: The data were collected by means of city maps and verified through aerial photography.

    Spanish-English dictionary > plano de la ciudad

  • 372 por nada or casi nada

    Ex. The intent of universal design is to simplify life for everyone by making products more usable by as many people as possible, at little or no extra cost.
    * * *

    Ex: The intent of universal design is to simplify life for everyone by making products more usable by as many people as possible, at little or no extra cost.

    Spanish-English dictionary > por nada or casi nada

  • 373 por no decir nada de

    Ex. And how in heaven's name will we get any work done around here if we have to worry about grievance hearings, to say nothing of the grievant being in the same building.
    * * *

    Ex: And how in heaven's name will we get any work done around here if we have to worry about grievance hearings, to say nothing of the grievant being in the same building.

    Spanish-English dictionary > por no decir nada de

  • 374 por poco o nada

    Ex. The intent of universal design is to simplify life for everyone by making products more usable by as many people as possible, at little or no extra cost.
    * * *

    Ex: The intent of universal design is to simplify life for everyone by making products more usable by as many people as possible, at little or no extra cost.

    Spanish-English dictionary > por poco o nada

  • 375 por probar nada se pierde

    = nothing ventured, nothing gained
    Ex. In today's recession it seems that the saying 'nothing ventured, nothing gained' could be re-written as 'nothing ventured, nothing lost'.
    * * *
    = nothing ventured, nothing gained

    Ex: In today's recession it seems that the saying 'nothing ventured, nothing gained' could be re-written as 'nothing ventured, nothing lost'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > por probar nada se pierde

  • 376 por toda la ciudad

    = citywide [city-wide]
    Ex. TIP was promoted citywide through a variety of media including handbills, posters on hoardings and buses, television and radio commercials.
    * * *
    = citywide [city-wide]

    Ex: TIP was promoted citywide through a variety of media including handbills, posters on hoardings and buses, television and radio commercials.

    Spanish-English dictionary > por toda la ciudad

  • 377 primero que nada

    Ex. First off, Pat said it wasn't her who complained.
    * * *

    Ex: First off, Pat said it wasn't her who complained.

    Spanish-English dictionary > primero que nada

  • 378 puerta de la ciudad

    (n.) = city gate
    Ex. The bodies of some of the executed were thrown into the sea, while others were dumped, without burial, before the city gates.
    * * *
    (n.) = city gate

    Ex: The bodies of some of the executed were thrown into the sea, while others were dumped, without burial, before the city gates.

    Spanish-English dictionary > puerta de la ciudad

  • 379 que atraviesa la ciudad

    (adj.) = cross-town
    Ex. The average speed of cross-town traffic has dropped to 5.2 miles per hour (from 5.6 mph five years ago).
    * * *
    (adj.) = cross-town

    Ex: The average speed of cross-town traffic has dropped to 5.2 miles per hour (from 5.6 mph five years ago).

    Spanish-English dictionary > que atraviesa la ciudad

  • 380 que no conduce a nada

    (adj.) = circuitous
    Ex. The expert system has had to resolve the difficulties encountered in dealing with tautological, circuitous and negative definitions.
    * * *
    (adj.) = circuitous

    Ex: The expert system has had to resolve the difficulties encountered in dealing with tautological, circuitous and negative definitions.

    Spanish-English dictionary > que no conduce a nada

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