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crunching

  • 1 adquirir importancia

    (v.) = assume + importance, attain + importance, come up, take on + added weight, gain + significance, move up + the agenda, gain + importance, gain in + importance
    Ex. A topic such as metal fatigue assumed a new importance in the 1950s as the unexpected cause of at least two major disasters.
    Ex. However, it doesn't take very long before the supporting machine file attains greater importance than the manual catalog.
    Ex. Do you feel that we should stay with our old number-crunching, inefficient system or switch to voice transmission, which seems to be coming up fairly fast?.
    Ex. This basic principle of marketing takes on added weight when applied to US Federal information programmes in the light of their instrumental value = Este principio básico del marketing cobrar importancia cuando se aplica a los programas de información federal americanos a la vista de su valor instrumental.
    Ex. It was not until the 16th century that falconry and stag hunting gained the significance that it retained until 1789.
    Ex. Concerns about trafficking in arms has moved rapidly up the international agenda.
    Ex. The effective use of library resources is critical to the success of international students, a group which is gaining importance in US higher education.
    Ex. Since most of these Muslims are here to stay, the question of their integration is gaining in importance.
    * * *
    (v.) = assume + importance, attain + importance, come up, take on + added weight, gain + significance, move up + the agenda, gain + importance, gain in + importance

    Ex: A topic such as metal fatigue assumed a new importance in the 1950s as the unexpected cause of at least two major disasters.

    Ex: However, it doesn't take very long before the supporting machine file attains greater importance than the manual catalog.
    Ex: Do you feel that we should stay with our old number-crunching, inefficient system or switch to voice transmission, which seems to be coming up fairly fast?.
    Ex: This basic principle of marketing takes on added weight when applied to US Federal information programmes in the light of their instrumental value = Este principio básico del marketing cobrar importancia cuando se aplica a los programas de información federal americanos a la vista de su valor instrumental.
    Ex: It was not until the 16th century that falconry and stag hunting gained the significance that it retained until 1789.
    Ex: Concerns about trafficking in arms has moved rapidly up the international agenda.
    Ex: The effective use of library resources is critical to the success of international students, a group which is gaining importance in US higher education.
    Ex: Since most of these Muslims are here to stay, the question of their integration is gaining in importance.

    Spanish-English dictionary > adquirir importancia

  • 2 crujido

    m.
    1 creaking.
    el crujido de sus pisadas the crunch of his footsteps
    2 crushing sound, crunch, crack, scrunch.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: crujir.
    * * *
    1 (de puerta) creak, creaking
    3 (seda, papel) rustle, rustling
    4 (de dientes) grinding
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    SM
    1) [de papel, hojas, seda] rustle, rustling; [de madera, mueble, rama] creak, creaking; [de nieve, grava] crunch, crunching; [de leña ardiendo] crackle, crackling
    2) [de articulaciones, huesos] crack, cracking; [de dientes] grinding
    * * *
    a) (de tablas, muelles, ramas) creaking
    b) (de papel, hojas secas) rustling; ( de seda) rustle
    c) (de los nudillos, las rodillas) cracking
    d) (de la grava, nieve) crunching
    e) ( de los dientes) grinding
    * * *
    = squeak.
    Ex. On a bicycle there can be nothing more annoying then a squeak while you're riding.
    * * *
    a) (de tablas, muelles, ramas) creaking
    b) (de papel, hojas secas) rustling; ( de seda) rustle
    c) (de los nudillos, las rodillas) cracking
    d) (de la grava, nieve) crunching
    e) ( de los dientes) grinding
    * * *

    Ex: On a bicycle there can be nothing more annoying then a squeak while you're riding.

    * * *
    1 (de tablas, muelles, ramas) creaking
    2 (de papel, hojas secas) rustling; (de seda) rustle
    4 (de los nudillos, las rodillas) clicking, cracking
    5 (de la grava, nieve) crunching
    6 (de los dientes) grinding
    * * *

    Del verbo crujir: ( conjugate crujir)

    crujido es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    crujido    
    crujir
    crujido sustantivo masculino
    a) (de tablas, muelles, ramas) creaking

    b) (de papel, hojas secas) rustling;

    ( de seda) rustle
    c) (de los nudillos, las rodillas) cracking

    d) (de la grava, nieve) crunching


    crujir ( conjugate crujir) verbo intransitivo
    a) [tabla/muelles/ramas] to creak;

    [ hojas secas] to rustle
    b) [nudillos/rodillas] to crack

    c) [grava/nieve] to crunch

    d) [galletas/tostadas] to be crunchy

    e) [ dientes]:


    crujido sustantivo masculino (de la puerta) creak, creaking
    (de dientes) grinding
    crujir vi (las patatas, el pan, etc) to crunch
    (el suelo, los muebles) to creak
    (los dientes) to grind
    ' crujido' also found in these entries:
    English:
    rustle
    - squeak
    - crackle
    - crunch
    - groan
    * * *
    [de madera] creaking; [de hojas secas] crackling; [de papel] scrunching; [de hueso] cracking;
    un crujido [de madera] a creak;
    [de hojas secas] a crackle; [de papel] a scrunch; [de hueso] a crack;
    el crujido de sus pisadas the crunch of his footsteps
    * * *
    m de tarima creak; al arder crackle; de grava crunch
    * * *
    1) : rustling
    2) : creaking
    3) : crackling (of a fire)
    4) : crunching
    * * *
    1. (de alimentos) crunch
    2. (de seda) rustle
    3. (de madera) creak

    Spanish-English dictionary > crujido

  • 3 dato

    m.
    1 piece of information, fact (hecho, cifra).
    datos information, data; (información) data (computing)
    datos (personales) (personal) details
    2 Dato.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: datar.
    * * *
    1 (información) fact, piece of information, datum
    \
    datos personales personal details
    * * *
    noun m.
    fact, piece of information
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=información) piece of information

    un dato interesantean interesting fact o piece of information

    otro dato que tener en cuenta es... — another thing to bear in mind is...

    datos personales — personal details, particulars

    2) (Mat) datum
    * * *
    a) ( elemento de información) piece of information

    alguien le pasó el dato a la policía — (CS) somebody informed o (colloq) tipped off the police

    darle un dato a alguien — (CS) to give somebody a tip

    b) datos masculino plural (Inf) data (pl), information
    * * *
    = attribute value, data element, data item, datum [data, -pl.], fact, value, piece of information.
    Ex. Others have used possibility distributions for representing fuzzily known or incompletely known attribute values.
    Ex. The Working Group undertook to determine from the data available what data elements should be included for each type of authority.
    Ex. Information is held in files or databases, which are comprise of records, which in turn are comprised of fields or data items, which again may be comprised of subfields or data elements.
    Ex. Thus, having entered the authority datum correctly once, we could be sure that no matter how many bibliographic records used it they would all do so with mechanical consistency.
    Ex. Other data bases, which may be described as non-bibliographic, and are sometimes known as data banks, store actual facts and figures and text.
    Ex. A good initial value for this field will start the system off with a good guess so that claims for missing issues are not unreasonable at the beginning.
    Ex. On other occasions a user wants every document or piece of information on a topic traced, and then high recall must be sought, to the detriment of precision.
    ----
    * alimentar datos = populate.
    * almacenamiento de datos = data storage.
    * añadir datos = make + additions.
    * archivo de datos = database [data base].
    * área de datos específicos de la clase de documento = material (or type of publication) specific details area.
    * área de datos matemáticos = mathematical data area.
    * auditoría de datos = data auditing, data audit.
    * banco de datos = data bank [databank], factual data bank.
    * banco de datos factual = factual data bank.
    * banco de datos terminológico = terminological data bank.
    * basado en los datos = data-driven.
    * basado en un gestor de bases de datos = DBMS-based.
    * base de datos = data bank [databank], database [data base], database software.
    * base de datos automatizada = computer database, computer-held database, computerised database, machine-readable database.
    * base de datos bibliográfica = bibliographic database.
    * base de datos bibliográfica de resúmenes = abstracts based bibliographic database.
    * base de datos catalográfica = catalogue database.
    * base de datos completa = full-provision database.
    * base de datos con información confidencial = intelligence database.
    * base de datos cruzada = cross database.
    * base de datos de acceso mediante suscripción = subscription database.
    * base de datos de autoridades = authority database.
    * base de datos de carburantes = TULSA.
    * base de datos de documentos primarios = source database.
    * base de datos de documentos secundarios = reference database.
    * base de datos de dominio público = public domain database.
    * base de datos de educación = ERIC.
    * base de datos de imágenes = image database, image bank.
    * base de datos de investigación = research database.
    * base de datos del gobierno de USA = CRECORD, FEDREG.
    * base de datos de lógica difusa = fuzzy database.
    * base de datos de medicina = MEDLINE.
    * base de datos de negocios = business database.
    * base de datos de pago = subscription database.
    * base de datos de patentes = WPI.
    * base de datos de propiedades = properties database.
    * base de datos de referencia = reference database.
    * base de datos de referencia a especialistas = referral database.
    * base de datos de registros de catálogo = catalogue record database.
    * base de datos de texto = text-oriented database, text database.
    * base de datos de texto completo = full text database.
    * base de datos de texto libre = free text database.
    * base de datos dirigida a un mercado específico = niche database.
    * base de datos distribuida = distributed database.
    * base de datos en CD-ROM = CD-ROM database.
    * base de datos en disco óptico = optical disc database.
    * base de datos en estado original = raw database.
    * base de datos en línea = online database.
    * base de datos estadística = statistical database.
    * base de datos externa = external database.
    * base de datos factual = factual database.
    * base de datos interna = in-house database.
    * base de datos jurídica = legal database.
    * base de datos multimedia = multimedia database.
    * base de datos no bibliográfica = non-bibliographic database.
    * base de datos numérica = numeric database, numerical database.
    * base de datos relacional = relational database.
    * base de datos residente = resident database.
    * base de datos terminológica = terminology database.
    * bloque de datos = data bloc.
    * bloque funcional de datos codificados = coded information block.
    * búfer de datos = data buffer.
    * bus de datos = databus.
    * búsqueda de datos = fact-finding.
    * campo de datos = datafield.
    * capturar datos = capture + data.
    * centro de datos = data centre.
    * codificación de datos = data-coding [data coding].
    * con datos no pertinentes = dirty [dirtier -comp., dirtiest -sup.].
    * conjunto de datos = data set [dataset].
    * contaminación de datos = data contamination.
    * corrupción de datos = data corruption.
    * creación de depósitos de datos = data warehousing.
    * creador de bases de datos = database producer.
    * dar datos de = give + details of.
    * dato concreto = hard fact.
    * datos = data [datum, -sing.], details, figure.
    * datos bibliográficos = bibliographic data, bibliodata.
    * datos biográficos = biodata.
    * datos concretos = specifics, the.
    * datos concretos y reales = hard data.
    * datos de contacto = contact details.
    * datos de entrada = input data.
    * datos de la tarjeta de crédito = credit card details.
    * datos demográficos = demographics.
    * datos desagregados por sexo = gender-disaggregated data.
    * datos empíricos = empirical data.
    * datos en bruto = raw data.
    * datos en estado bruto = raw facts.
    * datos en propiedad = property data.
    * datos erróneos = dirty data.
    * datos estadísticos = statistics, statistical data.
    * datos estadísticos de la biblioteca = library records, library statistics.
    * datos factuales = factual data.
    * datos legibles por máquina = machine-readable data.
    * datos numéricos = numerical data.
    * datos personales = personal details.
    * datos privados = property data.
    * de lectura de datos = data-capture.
    * depósito de datos = data warehouse.
    * depuración de datos = data cleaning.
    * descubrimiento de datos = data mining.
    * descubrimiento de información en las bases de datos = knowledge discovery in databases (KDD).
    * directorio de empresas en base de datos = company directory database.
    * dispositivo de almacenamiento de datos = store.
    * distribuidor de bases de datos = host system.
    * distribuidor de bases de datos en línea = online vendor.
    * EDI (Intercambio Electrónico de Datos) = EDI (Electronic Data Interchange).
    * entrada de datos = data entry, input, inputting.
    * entrada de datos sólo una vez = one-time entry.
    * estructura de datos = data structure.
    * extracción inteligente de datos = data mining.
    * fichero de salida de datos = communication output file.
    * gestión de bases de datos = database management.
    * gestión de datos = data handling.
    * gestor de bases de datos = DBMS system.
    * gestor de bases de datos relacionales = relational database management system.
    * grupo de datos = data set [dataset].
    * hoja con los datos básicos para Hacer Algo = data sheet [datasheet].
    * hoja de toma de datos = checklist [check-list], data sheet [datasheet].
    * impreso de recogida de datos = enquiry form, inquiry form.
    * industria de las bases de datos = database industry.
    * inserción de datos = input.
    * instrumento de recogida de datos = data collection instrument.
    * introducción de datos utilizando un teclado = keypunching.
    * introducir datos = key + data.
    * introducir datos en el ordenador = input.
    * introducir datos partiendo de cero = enter from + scratch.
    * introductor de datos en un ordenador = inputter.
    * limpieza de datos = data cleaning.
    * lista de datos = fact finder.
    * localización de datos = addressing.
    * manipulación de datos = data manipulation.
    * memoria intermedia de datos = data buffer.
    * memorizar datos = memorise + facts.
    * meta base de datos = meta-database.
    * migración de datos = data migration.
    * minería de datos = data mining.
    * modo de introducción de datos = input mode.
    * montar una base de datos = mount + database.
    * norma de entrada de datos = input standard.
    * operación sobre datos = data manipulation.
    * operario de entrada de datos = data entry operator.
    * paquete de entrada y comprobación de datos = data entry and validation package.
    * pérdida de datos = data loss.
    * personal de proceso de datos = operation staff.
    * preparación de los datos = data preparation.
    * procesamiento de datos = data processing.
    * procesamiento de datos numéricos = number-crunching.
    * proceso de datos = data processing, transaction processing.
    * productor de bases de datos = database producer.
    * programa de gestión de bases de datos = database management software.
    * protección de datos = data protection.
    * prototipo para el proceso de datos = data modelling.
    * proveedor de bases de datos = database provider.
    * recabar datos = solicit + data.
    * recoger datos = collect + data.
    * recoger datos para hacer estadísticas = collect + statistics.
    * recogida de datos = data collection, data gathering [data-gathering], fact-gathering, reporting, data collecting.
    * salida de datos = output.
    * sistema de proceso de datos = data processing system.
    * Sistema Internacional de Datos sobre Publicaciones Seriadas (ISDS) = ISDS (International Serials Data System).
    * suministrar datos = furnish + details.
    * suministro de datos = reporting.
    * tecla de borrado de datos = ERASE INPUT key.
    * tecla de introducción de datos = ENTER key.
    * técnico encargado del proceso de datos = data-processing professional.
    * tiempo de descarga de datos = download time, latency.
    * tráfico de datos de un modo intermitente = bursty traffic.
    * transformación de datos = data transformation.
    * transmisión de datos = data-flow, data transfer, data transmission.
    * tratamiento de datos = transaction processing.
    * unidad de datos = unit of data.
    * verificación de los datos = fact checking.
    * vía de transmisión de datos = data pathway, pathway.
    * * *
    a) ( elemento de información) piece of information

    alguien le pasó el dato a la policía — (CS) somebody informed o (colloq) tipped off the police

    darle un dato a alguien — (CS) to give somebody a tip

    b) datos masculino plural (Inf) data (pl), information
    * * *
    = attribute value, data element, data item, datum [data, -pl.], fact, value, piece of information.

    Ex: Others have used possibility distributions for representing fuzzily known or incompletely known attribute values.

    Ex: The Working Group undertook to determine from the data available what data elements should be included for each type of authority.
    Ex: Information is held in files or databases, which are comprise of records, which in turn are comprised of fields or data items, which again may be comprised of subfields or data elements.
    Ex: Thus, having entered the authority datum correctly once, we could be sure that no matter how many bibliographic records used it they would all do so with mechanical consistency.
    Ex: Other data bases, which may be described as non-bibliographic, and are sometimes known as data banks, store actual facts and figures and text.
    Ex: A good initial value for this field will start the system off with a good guess so that claims for missing issues are not unreasonable at the beginning.
    Ex: On other occasions a user wants every document or piece of information on a topic traced, and then high recall must be sought, to the detriment of precision.
    * alimentar datos = populate.
    * almacenamiento de datos = data storage.
    * añadir datos = make + additions.
    * archivo de datos = database [data base].
    * área de datos específicos de la clase de documento = material (or type of publication) specific details area.
    * área de datos matemáticos = mathematical data area.
    * auditoría de datos = data auditing, data audit.
    * banco de datos = data bank [databank], factual data bank.
    * banco de datos factual = factual data bank.
    * banco de datos terminológico = terminological data bank.
    * basado en los datos = data-driven.
    * basado en un gestor de bases de datos = DBMS-based.
    * base de datos = data bank [databank], database [data base], database software.
    * base de datos automatizada = computer database, computer-held database, computerised database, machine-readable database.
    * base de datos bibliográfica = bibliographic database.
    * base de datos bibliográfica de resúmenes = abstracts based bibliographic database.
    * base de datos catalográfica = catalogue database.
    * base de datos completa = full-provision database.
    * base de datos con información confidencial = intelligence database.
    * base de datos cruzada = cross database.
    * base de datos de acceso mediante suscripción = subscription database.
    * base de datos de autoridades = authority database.
    * base de datos de carburantes = TULSA.
    * base de datos de documentos primarios = source database.
    * base de datos de documentos secundarios = reference database.
    * base de datos de dominio público = public domain database.
    * base de datos de educación = ERIC.
    * base de datos de imágenes = image database, image bank.
    * base de datos de investigación = research database.
    * base de datos del gobierno de USA = CRECORD, FEDREG.
    * base de datos de lógica difusa = fuzzy database.
    * base de datos de medicina = MEDLINE.
    * base de datos de negocios = business database.
    * base de datos de pago = subscription database.
    * base de datos de patentes = WPI.
    * base de datos de propiedades = properties database.
    * base de datos de referencia = reference database.
    * base de datos de referencia a especialistas = referral database.
    * base de datos de registros de catálogo = catalogue record database.
    * base de datos de texto = text-oriented database, text database.
    * base de datos de texto completo = full text database.
    * base de datos de texto libre = free text database.
    * base de datos dirigida a un mercado específico = niche database.
    * base de datos distribuida = distributed database.
    * base de datos en CD-ROM = CD-ROM database.
    * base de datos en disco óptico = optical disc database.
    * base de datos en estado original = raw database.
    * base de datos en línea = online database.
    * base de datos estadística = statistical database.
    * base de datos externa = external database.
    * base de datos factual = factual database.
    * base de datos interna = in-house database.
    * base de datos jurídica = legal database.
    * base de datos multimedia = multimedia database.
    * base de datos no bibliográfica = non-bibliographic database.
    * base de datos numérica = numeric database, numerical database.
    * base de datos relacional = relational database.
    * base de datos residente = resident database.
    * base de datos terminológica = terminology database.
    * bloque de datos = data bloc.
    * bloque funcional de datos codificados = coded information block.
    * búfer de datos = data buffer.
    * bus de datos = databus.
    * búsqueda de datos = fact-finding.
    * campo de datos = datafield.
    * capturar datos = capture + data.
    * centro de datos = data centre.
    * codificación de datos = data-coding [data coding].
    * con datos no pertinentes = dirty [dirtier -comp., dirtiest -sup.].
    * conjunto de datos = data set [dataset].
    * contaminación de datos = data contamination.
    * corrupción de datos = data corruption.
    * creación de depósitos de datos = data warehousing.
    * creador de bases de datos = database producer.
    * dar datos de = give + details of.
    * dato concreto = hard fact.
    * datos = data [datum, -sing.], details, figure.
    * datos bibliográficos = bibliographic data, bibliodata.
    * datos biográficos = biodata.
    * datos concretos = specifics, the.
    * datos concretos y reales = hard data.
    * datos de contacto = contact details.
    * datos de entrada = input data.
    * datos de la tarjeta de crédito = credit card details.
    * datos demográficos = demographics.
    * datos desagregados por sexo = gender-disaggregated data.
    * datos empíricos = empirical data.
    * datos en bruto = raw data.
    * datos en estado bruto = raw facts.
    * datos en propiedad = property data.
    * datos erróneos = dirty data.
    * datos estadísticos = statistics, statistical data.
    * datos estadísticos de la biblioteca = library records, library statistics.
    * datos factuales = factual data.
    * datos legibles por máquina = machine-readable data.
    * datos numéricos = numerical data.
    * datos personales = personal details.
    * datos privados = property data.
    * de lectura de datos = data-capture.
    * depósito de datos = data warehouse.
    * depuración de datos = data cleaning.
    * descubrimiento de datos = data mining.
    * descubrimiento de información en las bases de datos = knowledge discovery in databases (KDD).
    * directorio de empresas en base de datos = company directory database.
    * dispositivo de almacenamiento de datos = store.
    * distribuidor de bases de datos = host system.
    * distribuidor de bases de datos en línea = online vendor.
    * EDI (Intercambio Electrónico de Datos) = EDI (Electronic Data Interchange).
    * entrada de datos = data entry, input, inputting.
    * entrada de datos sólo una vez = one-time entry.
    * estructura de datos = data structure.
    * extracción inteligente de datos = data mining.
    * fichero de salida de datos = communication output file.
    * gestión de bases de datos = database management.
    * gestión de datos = data handling.
    * gestor de bases de datos = DBMS system.
    * gestor de bases de datos relacionales = relational database management system.
    * grupo de datos = data set [dataset].
    * hoja con los datos básicos para Hacer Algo = data sheet [datasheet].
    * hoja de toma de datos = checklist [check-list], data sheet [datasheet].
    * impreso de recogida de datos = enquiry form, inquiry form.
    * industria de las bases de datos = database industry.
    * inserción de datos = input.
    * instrumento de recogida de datos = data collection instrument.
    * introducción de datos utilizando un teclado = keypunching.
    * introducir datos = key + data.
    * introducir datos en el ordenador = input.
    * introducir datos partiendo de cero = enter from + scratch.
    * introductor de datos en un ordenador = inputter.
    * limpieza de datos = data cleaning.
    * lista de datos = fact finder.
    * localización de datos = addressing.
    * manipulación de datos = data manipulation.
    * memoria intermedia de datos = data buffer.
    * memorizar datos = memorise + facts.
    * meta base de datos = meta-database.
    * migración de datos = data migration.
    * minería de datos = data mining.
    * modo de introducción de datos = input mode.
    * montar una base de datos = mount + database.
    * norma de entrada de datos = input standard.
    * operación sobre datos = data manipulation.
    * operario de entrada de datos = data entry operator.
    * paquete de entrada y comprobación de datos = data entry and validation package.
    * pérdida de datos = data loss.
    * personal de proceso de datos = operation staff.
    * preparación de los datos = data preparation.
    * procesamiento de datos = data processing.
    * procesamiento de datos numéricos = number-crunching.
    * proceso de datos = data processing, transaction processing.
    * productor de bases de datos = database producer.
    * programa de gestión de bases de datos = database management software.
    * protección de datos = data protection.
    * prototipo para el proceso de datos = data modelling.
    * proveedor de bases de datos = database provider.
    * recabar datos = solicit + data.
    * recoger datos = collect + data.
    * recoger datos para hacer estadísticas = collect + statistics.
    * recogida de datos = data collection, data gathering [data-gathering], fact-gathering, reporting, data collecting.
    * salida de datos = output.
    * sistema de proceso de datos = data processing system.
    * Sistema Internacional de Datos sobre Publicaciones Seriadas (ISDS) = ISDS (International Serials Data System).
    * suministrar datos = furnish + details.
    * suministro de datos = reporting.
    * tecla de borrado de datos = ERASE INPUT key.
    * tecla de introducción de datos = ENTER key.
    * técnico encargado del proceso de datos = data-processing professional.
    * tiempo de descarga de datos = download time, latency.
    * tráfico de datos de un modo intermitente = bursty traffic.
    * transformación de datos = data transformation.
    * transmisión de datos = data-flow, data transfer, data transmission.
    * tratamiento de datos = transaction processing.
    * unidad de datos = unit of data.
    * verificación de los datos = fact checking.
    * vía de transmisión de datos = data pathway, pathway.

    * * *
    1 (elemento de información) piece of information
    no tengo más datos que el título de la obra the only thing I know about the work is its title, the only information I have about the work is its title
    no dispongo de todos los datos I don't have all the information o details o facts
    alguien le pasó el dato a la policía (CS); somebody informed o ( colloq) tipped off the police
    me han dado un dato muy interesante (CS); I've been given a very interesting piece of information o ( colloq) a hot tip
    te voy a dar un dato, si no lo enchufas no funciona (CS hum); let me give you a tip: it won't work unless you plug it in
    2 datos mpl ( Inf) data (pl), information
    Compuesto:
    mpl particulars (pl), personal details (pl)
    * * *

     

    Del verbo datar: ( conjugate datar)

    dato es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    dató es:

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) pretérito indicativo

    Multiple Entries:
    datar    
    dato
    datar ( conjugate datar) verbo intransitivo
    to date;

    data de hace muchos años it goes back many years
    dato sustantivo masculino


    datos personales personal details (pl)
    b)

    datos sustantivo masculino plural (Inf) data (pl), information

    datar
    I verbo transitivo to date, put a date on
    II verbo intransitivo datar de, to date back to o from: este libro data de la Edad Media, this book dates back to the Middle Ages
    dato sustantivo masculino
    1 piece of information 2 datos, Inform data
    (pormenores) information: no tengo más datos sobre este autor, I don't have any more details about his author
    datos personales, personal details
    La traducción de dato es datum, pero solo se usa en situaciones muy formales. La traducción de datos es data (plural irregular). El singular más común de data es a piece of information.
    ' dato' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    filtrar
    - filtración
    - informativa
    - informativo
    - relevante
    - consignar
    - consultar
    - equivocado
    - falso
    English:
    data
    - information
    - tip
    * * *
    dato nm
    1. [hecho, cifra] piece of information, fact;
    lo que necesitamos son datos concretos what we need is hard facts;
    el alto desempleo es un dato que hay que tener en cuenta the high level of unemployment is a factor which has to be borne in mind;
    datos [información] information, data;
    si no me das más datos, no voy a poderte aconsejar unless you give me more information, I won't be able to advise you;
    el ministerio aún no cuenta con todos los datos the ministry does not yet have all the information at its disposal;
    datos (personales) (personal) details;
    déjenos sus datos y nos pondremos en contacto con usted leave us your details and we will get in touch with you
    datos bancarios bank details;
    datos estadísticos statistical data
    * * *
    m piece of information;
    datos pl information sg, data sg
    * * *
    dato nm
    1) : fact, piece of information
    2) datos nmpl
    : data, information
    * * *
    dato n (información) piece of information

    Spanish-English dictionary > dato

  • 4 desarrollarse

    1 (crecer) to develop
    2 (transcurrir) to take place
    * * *
    * * *
    VPR
    1) (=madurar) [adolescente] to develop, reach puberty; [planta, animal] to develop, reach maturity; [país] to develop
    2) (=ocurrir) [suceso, reunión] to take place; [trama] to unfold, develop
    3) (=desenrollarse) [algo enrollado] to unroll; [algo plegado] to unfold, open (out)
    * * *
    (v.) = proceed, grow, build up, burgeon, unfold, grow up, come up, shape up
    Ex. Instructions should be clear and unambiguous, and they should proceed in a logical manner.
    Ex. No true reader can be expected to grow on a diet of prescribed texts only regardless of how well chosen they are.
    Ex. The third thing I'm perturbed about is this general atmosphere of negativism which seems to be building up.
    Ex. The other principal omission from UNESCO's 1950 listing was report literature -- a field of published record which has burgeoned in the last thirty years = La otra omisión principal de la lista de 1950 de la UNESCO fueron los informes, un área que se ha desarrollado en los últimos treinta años.
    Ex. Research in any scientific field can never be neutral: the process is initially motivated by the researcher's own questioning of perceived realities, and unfolds in a particular historical moment, subject to the social, political and ideological influences of that context.
    Ex. In the 1920s and 30s factory libraries grew up in all types of industries, particularly textile industries, but their size and quality varied.
    Ex. Do you feel that we should stay with our old number-crunching, inefficient system or switch to voice transmission, which seems to be coming up fairly fast?.
    Ex. A major war may be shaping up over videotex advertising between cable television operators and the telephone companies.
    * * *
    (v.) = proceed, grow, build up, burgeon, unfold, grow up, come up, shape up

    Ex: Instructions should be clear and unambiguous, and they should proceed in a logical manner.

    Ex: No true reader can be expected to grow on a diet of prescribed texts only regardless of how well chosen they are.
    Ex: The third thing I'm perturbed about is this general atmosphere of negativism which seems to be building up.
    Ex: The other principal omission from UNESCO's 1950 listing was report literature -- a field of published record which has burgeoned in the last thirty years = La otra omisión principal de la lista de 1950 de la UNESCO fueron los informes, un área que se ha desarrollado en los últimos treinta años.
    Ex: Research in any scientific field can never be neutral: the process is initially motivated by the researcher's own questioning of perceived realities, and unfolds in a particular historical moment, subject to the social, political and ideological influences of that context.
    Ex: In the 1920s and 30s factory libraries grew up in all types of industries, particularly textile industries, but their size and quality varied.
    Ex: Do you feel that we should stay with our old number-crunching, inefficient system or switch to voice transmission, which seems to be coming up fairly fast?.
    Ex: A major war may be shaping up over videotex advertising between cable television operators and the telephone companies.

    * * *

    ■desarrollarse verbo reflexivo
    1 (crecer una persona, enfermedad, etc) to develop
    2 (suceder, tener lugar) to take place: el espectáculo se desarrolló en un parque público, the show took place in a park
    ' desarrollarse' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    evolucionar
    - desarrollar
    - formar
    - ir
    English:
    develop
    - evolve
    - progress
    - shape up
    - smoothly
    - unfold
    - grow
    - mature
    - shape
    * * *
    vpr
    1. [crecer, mejorar] to develop;
    la proteína es imprescindible para desarrollarse protein is essential for development o growth
    2. [suceder] [reunión, encuentro, manifestación] to take place;
    [película, obra, novela] to be set;
    la manifestación se desarrolló sin incidentes the demonstration went off without incident;
    la acción de la novela se desarrolla en el siglo XIX the novel is set in the 19th century
    3. [evolucionar] to develop;
    ¿cómo se desarrollarán los acontecimientos? how will events develop?
    * * *
    v/r
    1 develop, evolve
    2 ( ocurrir) take place
    * * *
    vr
    : to take place
    * * *
    1. (en general) to develop
    2. (suceder) to take place [pt. took; pp. taken] / to go off

    Spanish-English dictionary > desarrollarse

  • 5 mascar

    v.
    to chew.
    * * *
    Conjugation model [ SACAR], like link=sacar sacar
    1 to chew
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) (=masticar) to chew
    2) * [+ palabras] to mumble, mutter
    2.
    VI (=masticar) to chew; esp LAm (=masticar tabaco) to chew tobacco; And (=masticar coca) to chew coca
    3.
    See:
    * * *
    verbo transitivo to chew
    * * *
    = munch, crunch.
    Ex. People engage in a wide range of activities in libraries, from lively dialog while munching sandwiches and sipping soda, to flirting and caressing, to the more traditional activities of reading and information searching.
    Ex. Each time you crunch a potato chip you hear yourself crunching the chip, and now when you hear someone else crunching it activates your own action neurons.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo to chew
    * * *
    = munch, crunch.

    Ex: People engage in a wide range of activities in libraries, from lively dialog while munching sandwiches and sipping soda, to flirting and caressing, to the more traditional activities of reading and information searching.

    Ex: Each time you crunch a potato chip you hear yourself crunching the chip, and now when you hear someone else crunching it activates your own action neurons.

    * * *
    mascar [A2 ]
    vt
    to chew
    darle todo mascado a algn to spoonfeed sb
    estar de mascarlo ( Chi fam); to be delicious
    * * *

    mascar ( conjugate mascar) verbo transitivo
    to chew
    mascar verbo transitivo & verbo intransitivo to chew
    ' mascar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    goma
    English:
    chew
    - chew up
    - munch
    - crunch
    - gum
    * * *
    vt
    to chew
    * * *
    I v/t chew
    II v/i L.Am.
    chew tobacco
    * * *
    mascar {72} v
    masticar: to chew
    * * *
    mascar vb to chew

    Spanish-English dictionary > mascar

  • 6 masticar

    v.
    to chew.
    El ganado rumia pasto The cattle chew grass.
    * * *
    Conjugation model [ SACAR], like link=sacar sacar
    1 to chew, masticate
    * * *
    VT to chew, masticate frm
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo to chew, masticate (frml)
    2.
    masticar vi to chew
    * * *
    = chew, munch, crunch, chew up.
    Ex. Alf is convinced that she chews broken bottles and wears barbed wire next to her skin.
    Ex. People engage in a wide range of activities in libraries, from lively dialog while munching sandwiches and sipping soda, to flirting and caressing, to the more traditional activities of reading and information searching.
    Ex. Each time you crunch a potato chip you hear yourself crunching the chip, and now when you hear someone else crunching it activates your own action neurons.
    Ex. If I chew up something fattening but I spit it out, will I still absorb the calories?.
    ----
    * difícil de masticar = chewy [chewier -comp., chewiest -sup.].
    * fácil de masticar = chewy [chewier -comp., chewiest -sup.].
    * masticar bien = chew up.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo to chew, masticate (frml)
    2.
    masticar vi to chew
    * * *
    = chew, munch, crunch, chew up.

    Ex: Alf is convinced that she chews broken bottles and wears barbed wire next to her skin.

    Ex: People engage in a wide range of activities in libraries, from lively dialog while munching sandwiches and sipping soda, to flirting and caressing, to the more traditional activities of reading and information searching.
    Ex: Each time you crunch a potato chip you hear yourself crunching the chip, and now when you hear someone else crunching it activates your own action neurons.
    Ex: If I chew up something fattening but I spit it out, will I still absorb the calories?.
    * difícil de masticar = chewy [chewier -comp., chewiest -sup.].
    * fácil de masticar = chewy [chewier -comp., chewiest -sup.].
    * masticar bien = chew up.

    * * *
    masticar [A2 ]
    vt
    to chew, masticate ( frml)
    ■ masticar
    vi
    to chew
    * * *

    masticar ( conjugate masticar) verbo transitivo/intransitivo
    to chew
    masticar vt to chew
    ' masticar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    chew
    - whole
    * * *
    vt
    1. [mascar] to chew, Espec to masticate
    2. [pensar] to chew over, to ponder
    3. [preparar]
    a él no le pongas problemas difíciles, dáselo todo masticado don't give him any difficult problems, you need to spoon-feed him o make everything as easy as possible for him
    vi
    to chew
    * * *
    v/t chew
    * * *
    masticar {72} v
    mascar: to chew, to masticate
    * * *
    masticar vb to chew

    Spanish-English dictionary > masticar

  • 7 numérico

    adj.
    numerical, numeric.
    * * *
    1 numerical
    * * *
    (f. - numérica)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ [gen] numerical; (Inform) numeric
    * * *
    - ca adjetivo numerical
    * * *
    = numeric, numerical.
    Ex. Crudely put, a computer is a device which can store large quantities of data ( numeric or textual) and can manipulate that data in many ways and with great speed and accuracy.
    Ex. Statistical tabular and numerical abstract are a means of summarising numerical data, which may be presented in its original format in a tabular form.
    ----
    * base de datos numérica = numeric database.
    * código numérico = code number.
    * datos numéricos = numerical data.
    * línea numérica = number line.
    * notación numérica = numerical notation.
    * orden numérico = numerical order.
    * por orden numérico = in numerical order.
    * procesamiento de datos numéricos = number-crunching.
    * resumen numérico = numerical abstract.
    * superioridad numérica = strength in numbers.
    * teclado numérico = keypad, numeric keypad.
    * valor numérico exacto = crisp value.
    * * *
    - ca adjetivo numerical
    * * *
    = numeric, numerical.

    Ex: Crudely put, a computer is a device which can store large quantities of data ( numeric or textual) and can manipulate that data in many ways and with great speed and accuracy.

    Ex: Statistical tabular and numerical abstract are a means of summarising numerical data, which may be presented in its original format in a tabular form.
    * base de datos numérica = numeric database.
    * código numérico = code number.
    * datos numéricos = numerical data.
    * línea numérica = number line.
    * notación numérica = numerical notation.
    * orden numérico = numerical order.
    * por orden numérico = in numerical order.
    * procesamiento de datos numéricos = number-crunching.
    * resumen numérico = numerical abstract.
    * superioridad numérica = strength in numbers.
    * teclado numérico = keypad, numeric keypad.
    * valor numérico exacto = crisp value.

    * * *
    numerical
    * * *

    numérico,-a adjetivo numerical
    ' numérico' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    numérica
    - teclado
    English:
    numerical
    - key
    * * *
    numérico, -a adj
    numerical
    * * *
    adj numerical;
    teclado numérico numeric keypad, number pad
    * * *
    numérico, -ca adj
    : numerical

    Spanish-English dictionary > numérico

  • 8 procesamiento

    m.
    1 prosecution (law).
    2 processing (computing).
    procesamiento automático de datos automatic data processing
    procesamiento de textos word processing
    * * *
    1 DERECHO trial
    2 INFORMÁTICA processing
    \
    dictar auto de procesamiento contra alguien to commit somebody for trial, prosecute somebody
    * * *
    SM
    1) (Jur) [gen] prosecution; (=juicio) trial
    auto II, 1)
    2) (Inform) processing
    3) (Téc) processing
    * * *
    1) (Der) prosecution, trial
    2) (Tec, Inf) processing
    * * *
    = computation, manipulation, processing, throughput, prosecution.
    Ex. Frequently numeric data bases and the hosts which support them permit some computation and manipulation of the retrieved data.
    Ex. Indexing may rely upon the facilities for the manipulation and ordering of data offered by the computer.
    Ex. Often, the computer is used to aid in the processing of such indexes, and sometimes computer processing is responsible for the creation of multiple entries from one string of index terms.
    Ex. This revision to the Decimal Classification was adopted immediately by BNB, which would otherwise have found great difficulty in classifying much of its throughput.
    Ex. This article describes the legal consequences of the perpetration of these crimes and procedural aspects of their prosecution.
    ----
    * cadena de procesamiento = processing stream.
    * capacidad de procesamiento = processing power.
    * postprocesamiento = post-processing.
    * procesamiento de datos = data processing.
    * procesamiento de datos numéricos = number-crunching.
    * procesamiento de información = information processing.
    * procesamiento de préstamos = loan processing.
    * procesamiento de señales = signal processing.
    * procesamiento de texto = text processing.
    * procesamiento de textos = word processing, wordprocessing.
    * procesamiento en lenguaje natural = natural language processing.
    * procesamiento informático = machine processing.
    * sistema de procesamiento de información = information processing system.
    * tasa de procesamiento = processing rate.
    * * *
    1) (Der) prosecution, trial
    2) (Tec, Inf) processing
    * * *
    = computation, manipulation, processing, throughput, prosecution.

    Ex: Frequently numeric data bases and the hosts which support them permit some computation and manipulation of the retrieved data.

    Ex: Indexing may rely upon the facilities for the manipulation and ordering of data offered by the computer.
    Ex: Often, the computer is used to aid in the processing of such indexes, and sometimes computer processing is responsible for the creation of multiple entries from one string of index terms.
    Ex: This revision to the Decimal Classification was adopted immediately by BNB, which would otherwise have found great difficulty in classifying much of its throughput.
    Ex: This article describes the legal consequences of the perpetration of these crimes and procedural aspects of their prosecution.
    * cadena de procesamiento = processing stream.
    * capacidad de procesamiento = processing power.
    * postprocesamiento = post-processing.
    * procesamiento de datos = data processing.
    * procesamiento de datos numéricos = number-crunching.
    * procesamiento de información = information processing.
    * procesamiento de préstamos = loan processing.
    * procesamiento de señales = signal processing.
    * procesamiento de texto = text processing.
    * procesamiento de textos = word processing, wordprocessing.
    * procesamiento en lenguaje natural = natural language processing.
    * procesamiento informático = machine processing.
    * sistema de procesamiento de información = information processing system.
    * tasa de procesamiento = processing rate.

    * * *
    A ( Der) prosecution, trial auto
    B
    1 ( Tec) processing
    2 ( Inf) processing
    Compuestos:
    data processing
    procesamiento de textos or palabras
    word processing
    parallel processing
    * * *

    procesamiento sustantivo masculino
    1 (Der) prosecution, trial
    2 (Tec, Inf) processing;

    procesamiento sustantivo masculino
    1 Jur prosecution, trial
    2 Inform processing
    procesamiento de datos/textos, data/ word processing
    ' procesamiento' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    auto
    English:
    processing
    - word processing
    - word
    * * *
    1. Der prosecution
    2. Informát processing
    procesamiento de datos data processing;
    procesamiento de textos word processing
    * * *
    m
    1 INFOR processing
    2 JUR prosecution
    * * *
    : processing
    procesamiento de datos: data processing

    Spanish-English dictionary > procesamiento

  • 9 procesamiento de datos numéricos

    Ex. Do you feel that we should stay with our old number-crunching, inefficient system or switch to voice transmission, which seems to be coming up fairly fast?.
    * * *

    Ex: Do you feel that we should stay with our old number-crunching, inefficient system or switch to voice transmission, which seems to be coming up fairly fast?.

    Spanish-English dictionary > procesamiento de datos numéricos

  • 10 procesar

    v.
    1 to prosecute (law).
    El juez procesa al acusado The judge prosecutes the defendant.
    2 to process (computing).
    Ellos procesan el trigo They process the wheat.
    Ellos procesan jabones They process=elaborate soap.
    3 to arraign, to sue, to indict.
    Yo procesé a Ricardo I arraigned=sued Richard.
    * * *
    1 (gen) to process
    2 DERECHO to try
    * * *
    verb
    2) prosecute, try
    * * *
    VT
    1) (=juzgar) [juez] to try, put on trial; [estado, acusación] to prosecute, put on trial
    2) (=demandar) to sue, bring an action against
    3) (Téc, Inform) to process
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    1) (Der) to try, prosecute
    2) <materia prima/datos/solicitud> to process
    * * *
    = digest, process, prosecute, execute, crunch, try.
    Ex. It remains important that the abstract be an accurate representation of the content of the document, and that the abstract be easy for the reader to scan and digest.
    Ex. Store permits the processing of the information that it contains, but, after processing, the data in the store differs from the initial content (for example, in the editing and amending of catalogue records).
    Ex. Enter the official proceedings and records of criminal trial, impeachment, courts-martial, etc., under the heading for the person or body prosecuted.
    Ex. Some cataloguing may be conducted by a technical services department, whilst other cataloguing may be executed in the local studies department, or the children's library.
    Ex. Each time you crunch a potato chip you hear yourself crunching the chip, and now when you hear someone else crunching it activates your own action neurons.
    Ex. The Government is now trying him on criminal charges for allegedly misleading officials early in the investigation.
    ----
    * procesar la devolución del préstamo = charge in, check in.
    * procesar por lotes = batch-process.
    * procesar una cola de espera = clear + queue.
    * ser procesado = stand + trial, stand for + trial.
    * sin procesar = unprocessed.
    * volver a procesar = reprocess.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    1) (Der) to try, prosecute
    2) <materia prima/datos/solicitud> to process
    * * *
    = digest, process, prosecute, execute, crunch, try.

    Ex: It remains important that the abstract be an accurate representation of the content of the document, and that the abstract be easy for the reader to scan and digest.

    Ex: Store permits the processing of the information that it contains, but, after processing, the data in the store differs from the initial content (for example, in the editing and amending of catalogue records).
    Ex: Enter the official proceedings and records of criminal trial, impeachment, courts-martial, etc., under the heading for the person or body prosecuted.
    Ex: Some cataloguing may be conducted by a technical services department, whilst other cataloguing may be executed in the local studies department, or the children's library.
    Ex: Each time you crunch a potato chip you hear yourself crunching the chip, and now when you hear someone else crunching it activates your own action neurons.
    Ex: The Government is now trying him on criminal charges for allegedly misleading officials early in the investigation.
    * procesar la devolución del préstamo = charge in, check in.
    * procesar por lotes = batch-process.
    * procesar una cola de espera = clear + queue.
    * ser procesado = stand + trial, stand for + trial.
    * sin procesar = unprocessed.
    * volver a procesar = reprocess.

    * * *
    procesar [A1 ]
    vt
    A ( Der) to try, prosecute
    fue procesado por su parte en los disturbios he was tried o prosecuted for his part in the disturbances
    B
    1 ‹materia prima› to process
    2 ‹datos/textos› to process, to word-process
    3 ‹solicitud› to process
    * * *

     

    procesar ( conjugate procesar) verbo transitivo
    1 (Der) to try, prosecute
    2materia prima/datos/solicitud to process
    procesar verbo transitivo
    1 Jur to prosecute
    2 (información, productos) to process
    ' procesar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    empapelar
    English:
    arraign
    - process
    - prosecute
    - grand
    - handle
    - try
    - untreated
    * * *
    1. Der to prosecute;
    procesar a alguien por algo to prosecute sb for sth
    2. [productos, basuras] to process
    3. Informát to process
    * * *
    v/t
    1 INFOR process
    2 JUR prosecute
    * * *
    1) : to prosecute, to try
    2) : to process
    * * *
    1. (informática) to process
    2. (enjuiciar) to prosecute

    Spanish-English dictionary > procesar

  • 11 transmisión de información a través de la voz

    Ex. Do you feel that we should stay with our old number-crunching, inefficient system or switch to voice transmission, which seems to be coming up fairly fast?.
    * * *

    Ex: Do you feel that we should stay with our old number-crunching, inefficient system or switch to voice transmission, which seems to be coming up fairly fast?.

    Spanish-English dictionary > transmisión de información a través de la voz

  • 12 triturar

    v.
    1 to crush, to grind.
    2 to chew.
    * * *
    1 to grind (up), crush (papel) to shred
    2 figurado (físicamente) to beat (up); (moralmente) to tear apart
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    VT to grind, crush, triturate frm
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    a) <almendras/ajo> to crush; < minerales> to grind, crush
    b) ( mascar) to chew
    * * *
    = grind up, crush, crunch.
    Ex. Wood pulp can be made either by grinding up untreated logs (when it is called mechanical wood, or groundwood), or by digesting wood chips chemically (chemical wood).
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Dinosaurs to crush flies: computer catalogues, classification and other barriers to library use'.
    Ex. Each time you crunch a potato chip you hear yourself crunching the chip, and now when you hear someone else crunching it activates your own action neurons.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    a) <almendras/ajo> to crush; < minerales> to grind, crush
    b) ( mascar) to chew
    * * *
    = grind up, crush, crunch.

    Ex: Wood pulp can be made either by grinding up untreated logs (when it is called mechanical wood, or groundwood), or by digesting wood chips chemically (chemical wood).

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Dinosaurs to crush flies: computer catalogues, classification and other barriers to library use'.
    Ex: Each time you crunch a potato chip you hear yourself crunching the chip, and now when you hear someone else crunching it activates your own action neurons.

    * * *
    triturar [A1 ]
    vt
    1 ‹almendras/ajo› to crush; ‹minerales› to grind, crush
    si lo agarro, lo trituro ( fam); if I catch him, I'll pulverize him ( colloq)
    la crítica lo trituró the critics tore it to shreds ( colloq)
    2 (mascar) to chew
    * * *

    triturar ( conjugate triturar) verbo transitivoalmendras/ajo to crush;
    minerales to grind, crush
    triturar verbo transitivo to grind (up)
    ' triturar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    chancar
    English:
    shred
    - grind
    * * *
    1. [moler, desmenuzar] to crush, to grind;
    [papel] to shred
    2. [mascar] to chew
    3. [destrozar] to crush;
    ¡como lo pille, lo trituro! if I get my hands on him, I'll make mincemeat of him!
    * * *
    v/t papel shred; hielo, roca etc crush; carne grind, Br
    mince
    * * *
    : to crush, to grind
    * * *
    1. (machacar) to crush
    2. (mascar) to chew
    3. (desmenuzar carne) to mince

    Spanish-English dictionary > triturar

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