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  • 161 a largo plazo

    (adj.) = in the long term, over the long term, long-range, in the long run, long-term, over the long run, over the long haul, long-run, in the far term, far-term
    Ex. For a scheme to be successfull in the long term it is vital that there should be an organisational structure to support the scheme.
    Ex. This project ought to develop over the long term from a system designed to support the exchange of entries in micro-print to a fully automated network for the processing of records.
    Ex. In September 1973, the University of Washington initiated implementation of a formal long-range planing process for the total university system.
    Ex. Ostensibly, the maneuver was accomplished to curb patronage abuses and make it easier to dismiss deadwood employees in the long run.
    Ex. The use of agents is necessary but not ideal, because an agent often represents rival concerns, and aims for a quick turnover rather than long-term profitability.
    Ex. Some feel that these sessions can be 'self-defeating over the long run because they are based on a reward-punishment psychology that serves to intensify the pressure on the individual'.
    Ex. But over the long haul you'll just find that your data is easier and cheaper to get at if you use XML.
    Ex. Findings indicate that the short-run success of methadone programs does not automatically translate into long-run abstinence.
    Ex. In the far term novel techniques are being developed to remove carbon dioxide from fuel gas or flue gas from energy conversion systems.
    Ex. These processes can be viewed as near-term and far-term.
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    (adj.) = in the long term, over the long term, long-range, in the long run, long-term, over the long run, over the long haul, long-run, in the far term, far-term

    Ex: For a scheme to be successfull in the long term it is vital that there should be an organisational structure to support the scheme.

    Ex: This project ought to develop over the long term from a system designed to support the exchange of entries in micro-print to a fully automated network for the processing of records.
    Ex: In September 1973, the University of Washington initiated implementation of a formal long-range planing process for the total university system.
    Ex: Ostensibly, the maneuver was accomplished to curb patronage abuses and make it easier to dismiss deadwood employees in the long run.
    Ex: The use of agents is necessary but not ideal, because an agent often represents rival concerns, and aims for a quick turnover rather than long-term profitability.
    Ex: Some feel that these sessions can be 'self-defeating over the long run because they are based on a reward-punishment psychology that serves to intensify the pressure on the individual'.
    Ex: But over the long haul you'll just find that your data is easier and cheaper to get at if you use XML.
    Ex: Findings indicate that the short-run success of methadone programs does not automatically translate into long-run abstinence.
    Ex: In the far term novel techniques are being developed to remove carbon dioxide from fuel gas or flue gas from energy conversion systems.
    Ex: These processes can be viewed as near-term and far-term.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a largo plazo

  • 162 a lo largo de + Expresión Temporal

    = sometime + Expresión Temporal
    Ex. Trends in computer and telecommunications technology are likely to push the public library out of its traditional market: providing recreational reading and information for adults; sometime in the 21st century.
    * * *
    = sometime + Expresión Temporal

    Ex: Trends in computer and telecommunications technology are likely to push the public library out of its traditional market: providing recreational reading and information for adults; sometime in the 21st century.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a lo largo de + Expresión Temporal

  • 163 a lo largo de la historia

    Ex. A search can be extended over time by cycling, that is, starting with a source document, identifying those documents which it cites, and then identifying those documents which the original cited document cites, and so on.
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    Ex: A search can be extended over time by cycling, that is, starting with a source document, identifying those documents which it cites, and then identifying those documents which the original cited document cites, and so on.

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  • 164 a lo largo de la ruta

    Ex. He reflected along the way on the conversation with the head of readers' services, and smiled when he concluded that Balzac's biorhythm chart must have been peaking at that very moment -- or so he hoped.
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    Ex: He reflected along the way on the conversation with the head of readers' services, and smiled when he concluded that Balzac's biorhythm chart must have been peaking at that very moment -- or so he hoped.

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  • 165 a lo largo de todo

    Ex. It tells the story of one man's absurd quest to become the first person to walk the entire length of the Amazon River.
    * * *

    Ex: It tells the story of one man's absurd quest to become the first person to walk the entire length of the Amazon River.

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  • 166 a lo largo del tiempo

    = longitudinal, longitudinally
    Ex. Medical libraries in hospitals were examined from longitudinal data collected in 1969, 1973, and 1979.
    Ex. These measures are most frequently used longitudinally, over a period of time in the same library, but they can also be used horizontally, between 2 or more libraries.
    * * *
    = longitudinal, longitudinally

    Ex: Medical libraries in hospitals were examined from longitudinal data collected in 1969, 1973, and 1979.

    Ex: These measures are most frequently used longitudinally, over a period of time in the same library, but they can also be used horizontally, between 2 or more libraries.

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  • 167 a lo largo y ancho de + Lugar

    = up and down + Lugar
    Ex. The Institute has a very small paid staff and a very large supporting cast of people up and down the country who serve it for the experience they gain from it.
    * * *
    = up and down + Lugar

    Ex: The Institute has a very small paid staff and a very large supporting cast of people up and down the country who serve it for the experience they gain from it.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a lo largo y ancho de + Lugar

  • 168 a lo largo y ancho del país

    = countrywide [country-wide]
    Ex. Countrywide there are many examples of local and regional cooperation among other universities and higher education institutions generally.
    * * *
    = countrywide [country-wide]

    Ex: Countrywide there are many examples of local and regional cooperation among other universities and higher education institutions generally.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a lo largo y ancho del país

  • 169 a más largo plazo

    (n.) = longer-term
    Ex. Long-distance high-rate data transmission is possible at the present time by combining a number of narrow-band channels, but the longer-term solution is the installation of a new wide-band network.
    * * *

    Ex: Long-distance high-rate data transmission is possible at the present time by combining a number of narrow-band channels, but the longer-term solution is the installation of a new wide-band network.

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  • 170 a todo lo largo de

    Ex. As he traversed the length of the corridor to the media center, Anthony Datto reflected on the events that had brought him to this unhappy pass.
    * * *

    Ex: As he traversed the length of the corridor to the media center, Anthony Datto reflected on the events that had brought him to this unhappy pass.

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  • 171 aprendizaje a lo largo de la vida

    Ex. With the trend towards ' lifelong learning' in Japan, user demands are increasing and users require easier access to information.
    * * *

    Ex: With the trend towards ' lifelong learning' in Japan, user demands are increasing and users require easier access to information.

    Spanish-English dictionary > aprendizaje a lo largo de la vida

  • 172 bastante largo

    (adj.) = longish
    Ex. What was pinned up ranged from elaborate and beautifully executed illustrations to longish book reviews either typed or handwritten, and cartoons that made a joke about the book being suggested.
    * * *
    (adj.) = longish

    Ex: What was pinned up ranged from elaborate and beautifully executed illustrations to longish book reviews either typed or handwritten, and cartoons that made a joke about the book being suggested.

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  • 173 camino largo y difícil

    (n.) = long haul
    Ex. The author presents an outline of a guide for those considering the long haul associated with such a major undertaking = El autor presenta una guía breve para aquellos que estudiando las vicisitudes relacionadas con esta importante tarea.
    * * *
    (n.) = long haul

    Ex: The author presents an outline of a guide for those considering the long haul associated with such a major undertaking = El autor presenta una guía breve para aquellos que estudiando las vicisitudes relacionadas con esta importante tarea.

    Spanish-English dictionary > camino largo y difícil

  • 174 camino largo y tortuoso

    Ex. The article is entitled 'The long and winding road: the FCC paves the path with good intentions'.
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    Ex: The article is entitled 'The long and winding road: the FCC paves the path with good intentions'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > camino largo y tortuoso

  • 175 camino muy largo

    Ex. Community information can reach the individual local authority by circuitous routes involving a whole series of intermediary disseminators.
    * * *

    Ex: Community information can reach the individual local authority by circuitous routes involving a whole series of intermediary disseminators.

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  • 176 costar + Cantidad

    (v.) = run into + Cantidad
    Ex. Millions of abstracts are produced annually at a total cost that runs into millions of dollars.
    * * *
    (v.) = run into + Cantidad

    Ex: Millions of abstracts are produced annually at a total cost that runs into millions of dollars.

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  • 177 costar dinero

    (v.) = cost + money, take + money
    Ex. Donations cost money in terms of the staff time required to evaluate and process them.
    Ex. That's what takes money and so title entry is not going to save money for the administration.
    * * *
    (v.) = cost + money, take + money

    Ex: Donations cost money in terms of the staff time required to evaluate and process them.

    Ex: That's what takes money and so title entry is not going to save money for the administration.

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  • 178 costar el oro y el moro

    (v.) = cost + the earth, cost + an arm and a leg, cost + a pretty penny, cost + a fortune
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Athena: a Windows-based library system that does not cost the earth'.
    Ex. Mishaps can cost an arm and a leg without insurance cover.
    Ex. In particular, site mirroring can cost a pretty penny because it essentially duplicates a company's network architecture and needs.
    Ex. Cheese on the other hand costs a fortune even if you make it yourself, unless you own a goat or a cow.
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    (v.) = cost + the earth, cost + an arm and a leg, cost + a pretty penny, cost + a fortune

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Athena: a Windows-based library system that does not cost the earth'.

    Ex: Mishaps can cost an arm and a leg without insurance cover.
    Ex: In particular, site mirroring can cost a pretty penny because it essentially duplicates a company's network architecture and needs.
    Ex: Cheese on the other hand costs a fortune even if you make it yourself, unless you own a goat or a cow.

    Spanish-English dictionary > costar el oro y el moro

  • 179 costar la vida

    (v.) = cost + life
    Ex. These views are not only irrational but also dangerous because they influence policies and cost lives.
    * * *
    (v.) = cost + life

    Ex: These views are not only irrational but also dangerous because they influence policies and cost lives.

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  • 180 costar mucho trabajo

    (v.) = have + a tough time, have + a hard time
    Ex. He had a tough time lugging his lumpy, oversized travelbag onto the plane and stuffing it in the overhead bin.
    Ex. Scholars are going to have a hard time finding that reference.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + a tough time, have + a hard time

    Ex: He had a tough time lugging his lumpy, oversized travelbag onto the plane and stuffing it in the overhead bin.

    Ex: Scholars are going to have a hard time finding that reference.

    Spanish-English dictionary > costar mucho trabajo

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