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  • 201 aunque no sea para otra cosa

    Ex. If nothing else, the sad story of Dialog and the American Chemical Society may serve to chart the waters a little better for other organisations in the field.
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    Ex: If nothing else, the sad story of Dialog and the American Chemical Society may serve to chart the waters a little better for other organisations in the field.

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  • 202 aunque no sirva para otra cosa

    Ex. If nothing else, the sad story of Dialog and the American Chemical Society may serve to chart the waters a little better for other organisations in the field.
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    Ex: If nothing else, the sad story of Dialog and the American Chemical Society may serve to chart the waters a little better for other organisations in the field.

    Spanish-English dictionary > aunque no sirva para otra cosa

  • 203 cambiar Algo en Otra Cosa

    (v.) = turn + Nombre + into
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Research: turning research priorities into answerable questions'.
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    (v.) = turn + Nombre + into

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Research: turning research priorities into answerable questions'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cambiar Algo en Otra Cosa

  • 204 capaz de hacer cualquier cosa

    Ex. While in traditional working society, everybody was kept busy, and out of trouble, a leisured society would be one in which people roamed free and unfettered, and capable of absolutely anything.
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    Ex: While in traditional working society, everybody was kept busy, and out of trouble, a leisured society would be one in which people roamed free and unfettered, and capable of absolutely anything.

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  • 205 casi cualquier cosa

    Ex. Learn to cook just about anything either with recipes or without.
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    Ex: Learn to cook just about anything either with recipes or without.

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  • 206 cosa esencial

    (n.) = essential
    Ex. The reason for its popularity was largely that it was based upon a principle of conformity in essentials, and freedom in details.
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    (n.) = essential

    Ex: The reason for its popularity was largely that it was based upon a principle of conformity in essentials, and freedom in details.

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  • 207 cosa hecha

    f.
    1 accomplished fact, thing already done.
    2 fait accompli.
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    (n.) = plain sailing, walkover
    Ex. The article is entitled ' Plain sailing with Swets' = El artículo se titula "Con Swets todo es coser y cantar".
    Ex. The election is widely expected to be a walkover for him.
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    (n.) = plain sailing, walkover

    Ex: The article is entitled ' Plain sailing with Swets' = El artículo se titula "Con Swets todo es coser y cantar".

    Ex: The election is widely expected to be a walkover for him.

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  • 208 cosa indeseable

    (n.) = beast
    Ex. I noticed that there seemed to be some titters when that was mentioned, as if there were still some doubt as to whether such a beast as sexist subject headings exists.
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    (n.) = beast

    Ex: I noticed that there seemed to be some titters when that was mentioned, as if there were still some doubt as to whether such a beast as sexist subject headings exists.

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  • 209 cosa inútil

    f.
    1 useless object.
    2 useless thing.
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    (n.) = dead horse
    Ex. And if the topic does become tomorrow's carrion, it would not, perhaps, be inappropriate that it was buried under its own dead horse subject heading.
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    (n.) = dead horse

    Ex: And if the topic does become tomorrow's carrion, it would not, perhaps, be inappropriate that it was buried under its own dead horse subject heading.

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  • 210 cosa que se inserta

    (n.) = insert
    Ex. Aperture cards are a special form of marginal storage card in a microform insert which contains the full text of the document being indexed is attached to the centre of the card.
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    (n.) = insert

    Ex: Aperture cards are a special form of marginal storage card in a microform insert which contains the full text of the document being indexed is attached to the centre of the card.

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  • 211 cosa secundaria

    f.
    secondary thing, nonessential, non-essential.
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    (n.) = accidentals
    Ex. The author's correction of a clean proof could of course result in any amount of change, of accidentals as well as of substantives.
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    Ex: The author's correction of a clean proof could of course result in any amount of change, of accidentals as well as of substantives.

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  • 212 cosa superficial

    (n.) = accidentals
    Ex. The author's correction of a clean proof could of course result in any amount of change, of accidentals as well as of substantives.
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    Ex: The author's correction of a clean proof could of course result in any amount of change, of accidentals as well as of substantives.

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  • 213 cosa viva

    (n.) = living thing
    Ex. Topics include trees, leaf coloration, buds, seeds, vertebrate animals, animal tracks, insects and other arthropods, earthworms, characteristics of living things, and microhabitats.
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    Ex: Topics include trees, leaf coloration, buds, seeds, vertebrate animals, animal tracks, insects and other arthropods, earthworms, characteristics of living things, and microhabitats.

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  • 214 cualquier cosa

    pron.
    just any thing, any one thing, anything, any thing.
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    (n.) = anything
    Ex. For a year or two, any wholesome grass-roots group, aiming at anything from wholemeal bread to revolution, would tap one public agency or another.
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    (n.) = anything

    Ex: For a year or two, any wholesome grass-roots group, aiming at anything from wholemeal bread to revolution, would tap one public agency or another.

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  • 215 cualquier cosa que no sea

    Ex. First the desire to read is sapped, then the will, and finally stamina to tackle anything but short, and immediately useful, passages.
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    Ex: First the desire to read is sapped, then the will, and finally stamina to tackle anything but short, and immediately useful, passages.

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  • 216 cualquier otra cosa

    = you name it, anything else, whatever else
    Ex. To introduce a little vulgarity, it would be absolutely hell on browsers were all the works by Agatha Christie or Dorothy Sayers or Dashiell Hammett or you name it, entered individually by their title.
    Ex. Now this may sound somewhat Draconian as an approach to the problem, but I really do believe, and I have studied this and thought about it very carefully for many years, that this is the only answer, that anything else is just an amelioration of the problem and is building up problems for the future.
    Ex. Mainstream media tends to focus on the negative, on the sensational, and nearly all of that catastrophic -- hurricanes and nuclear war and terrorism and whatever else.
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    = you name it, anything else, whatever else

    Ex: To introduce a little vulgarity, it would be absolutely hell on browsers were all the works by Agatha Christie or Dorothy Sayers or Dashiell Hammett or you name it, entered individually by their title.

    Ex: Now this may sound somewhat Draconian as an approach to the problem, but I really do believe, and I have studied this and thought about it very carefully for many years, that this is the only answer, that anything else is just an amelioration of the problem and is building up problems for the future.
    Ex: Mainstream media tends to focus on the negative, on the sensational, and nearly all of that catastrophic -- hurricanes and nuclear war and terrorism and whatever else.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cualquier otra cosa

  • 217 dar cualquier cosa por Algo

    (v.) = give + an eye-tooth for/to
    Ex. Who else but a librarian would give an eye-tooth to work at a bookstore on the weekend?.
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    (v.) = give + an eye-tooth for/to

    Ex: Who else but a librarian would give an eye-tooth to work at a bookstore on the weekend?.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar cualquier cosa por Algo

  • 218 distraerse con otra cosa

    (v.) = sidetrack
    Ex. Sidetracked by new developments in other media they have sadly failed in this responsibility to care about and promote books.
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    (v.) = sidetrack

    Ex: Sidetracked by new developments in other media they have sadly failed in this responsibility to care about and promote books.

    Spanish-English dictionary > distraerse con otra cosa

  • 219 gran cosa

    intj.
    big deal, what a big deal.
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    (n.) = big deal
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Seven self-contradicting reasons why the World Wide Web is such a big deal'.
    * * *
    (n.) = big deal

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Seven self-contradicting reasons why the World Wide Web is such a big deal'.

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  • 220 hacer cualquier cosa

    (v.) = do + anything, give + Posesivo + right arm
    Ex. The premise of the show is that gold diggers would do anything to marry money.
    Ex. I can't help but feel gutted that people who would give their right arm to be there probably won't get tickets.
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    (v.) = do + anything, give + Posesivo + right arm

    Ex: The premise of the show is that gold diggers would do anything to marry money.

    Ex: I can't help but feel gutted that people who would give their right arm to be there probably won't get tickets.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacer cualquier cosa

См. также в других словарях:

  • dar — (Del lat. dare.) ► verbo transitivo 1 Entregar una cosa a una persona temporalmente o bien para que ésta sea el nuevo propietario: ■ le dio las llaves para que abriese la puerta. SINÓNIMO ceder donar pasar 2 Acercar o pasar una cosa a una persona …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • dar — (l. dare) 1) tr. traspasar uno a otro gratuitamente la posesión o propiedad (de alguna cosa); donar te daré un libro dar de balde 2) proporcionar, ofrecer, procurar (alguna cosa; especialmente no material) ¿quién te dio esta idea? ¿puede darme… …   Diccionario de motivos de la Lengua Española

  • dar — (l. dare) 1) tr. traspasar uno a otro gratuitamente la posesión o propiedad (de alguna cosa); donar te daré un libro dar de balde 2) proporcionar, ofrecer, procurar (alguna cosa; especialmente no material) ¿quién te dio esta idea? ¿puede darme… …   Diccionario de motivos de la Lengua Española

  • dar — (l. dare) 1) tr. traspasar uno a otro gratuitamente la posesión o propiedad (de alguna cosa); donar te daré un libro dar de balde 2) proporcionar, ofrecer, procurar (alguna cosa; especialmente no material) ¿quién te dio esta idea? ¿puede darme… …   Diccionario de motivos de la Lengua Española

  • ¡hale! — Del mismo origen que hala , voz de origen expresivo. (int.) (Andalucía y otros sitios) ¡Hala! Voz que se emplea para animar a alguien, para impulsarle a hacer algo o para dar por concluida una cosa. Si has quedao con ella esta tarde, ¡hale, vete… …   Diccionario Jaén-Español

  • Muletilla — Una muletilla es una palabra o frase que se repite mucho por hábito, en ocasiones llegando al extremo de no poder decir frase alguna sin ésta, si la muletilla excede el ser una palabra puede ser entonces una frase hecha. Etimológicamente el… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Hospital central — Este artículo o sección sobre televisión necesita ser wikificado con un formato acorde a las convenciones de estilo. Por favor, edítalo para que las cumpla. Mientras tanto, no elimines este aviso puesto el 21 de septiembre de 2010. También puedes …   Wikipedia Español

  • conclusión — ► sustantivo femenino 1 Fin o terminación de una cosa: ■ la feliz conclusión del trabajo fue celebrada por todos. SINÓNIMO término colofón remate coronación ANTÓNIMO principio inicio …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Marcela Serrano — Pérez (Santiago, 1951) es una escritora chilena. Contenido 1 Biografía 2 Premios literarios 3 Obras 4 Referencias …   Wikipedia Español

  • Clemente VII (papa) — Clemente VII Papa de la Iglesia católica …   Wikipedia Español

  • Gramática del español — Estatua del gramático Antonio de Nebrija en la Biblioteca Nacional de Madrid, por Anselmo Nogués. En 1492, Nebrija fue el primer europeo en escribir una gramática de una lengua románica o neolatina, el español …   Wikipedia Español


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