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  • 921 poner en adobo

    (v.) = marinade
    Ex. This is especially good if you cut a turkey breast in hunks and marinade overnight then grill.
    * * *
    (v.) = marinade

    Ex: This is especially good if you cut a turkey breast in hunks and marinade overnight then grill.

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  • 922 poner en alerta

    (v.) = put on + standby, put on + alert, place + Nombre + on standby
    Ex. Local emergency services were also put on standby.
    Ex. Hospitals were immediately put on alert to be on the lookout for symptoms of bioterrorism.
    Ex. We will be on red alert effective today, which means that we will place on stand-by at least 2,000 soldiers to prepare for any incident in the Labor Day holiday.
    * * *
    (v.) = put on + standby, put on + alert, place + Nombre + on standby

    Ex: Local emergency services were also put on standby.

    Ex: Hospitals were immediately put on alert to be on the lookout for symptoms of bioterrorism.
    Ex: We will be on red alert effective today, which means that we will place on stand-by at least 2,000 soldiers to prepare for any incident in the Labor Day holiday.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poner en alerta

  • 923 poner en alquiler

    (v.) = rent out
    Ex. If a job or family situation takes you away from home, consider renting out your home to offset all or part of the costs of your monthly mortgage payment.
    * * *
    (v.) = rent out

    Ex: If a job or family situation takes you away from home, consider renting out your home to offset all or part of the costs of your monthly mortgage payment.

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  • 924 poner en apuros

    (v.) = cast + a shadow over, put + Nombre + in difficulties
    Ex. The country's severe economic problems have cast a shadow over the book trade, yet its vigour and diversity are astonishing.
    Ex. This situation often puts librarians in difficulties by their reacting to problems, rather than anticipating them.
    * * *
    (v.) = cast + a shadow over, put + Nombre + in difficulties

    Ex: The country's severe economic problems have cast a shadow over the book trade, yet its vigour and diversity are astonishing.

    Ex: This situation often puts librarians in difficulties by their reacting to problems, rather than anticipating them.

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  • 925 poner en cola

    (v.) = queue
    Ex. Our system allowed us to accept four messages and queue them so that the person sitting at a terminal thought s/he was the only person on.
    * * *
    (v.) = queue

    Ex: Our system allowed us to accept four messages and queue them so that the person sitting at a terminal thought s/he was the only person on.

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  • 926 poner en cola de espera

    (v.) = place + in queue
    Ex. We'll now learn how to retrieve a record that was previously placed in the disc queue.
    * * *
    (v.) = place + in queue

    Ex: We'll now learn how to retrieve a record that was previously placed in the disc queue.

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  • 927 poner en contacto

    (v.) = bring into + relationship, contact, provide + an interface, bring into + contact
    Ex. It thrives on ambiguity, irony, paradox, which bring the disparate and hitherto unconnected into relationship, revealing new shades of meaning, or refreshing the worn, the tired, the cliched.
    Ex. Hosts in Europe can also be contacted through the European part of the IPSS network.
    Ex. This service called A.S.K. (Access to Sources of Knowledge) will provide an interface between users and suppliers.
    Ex. Through his work we are brought into direct contact not only with ourselves and our contemporaries but with the whole long line of humankind = A través de su obra nos ponemos en contacto directo no sólo con nostros mismos y nuestros contemporáneos sino también con nuestros antepasados.
    * * *
    (v.) = bring into + relationship, contact, provide + an interface, bring into + contact

    Ex: It thrives on ambiguity, irony, paradox, which bring the disparate and hitherto unconnected into relationship, revealing new shades of meaning, or refreshing the worn, the tired, the cliched.

    Ex: Hosts in Europe can also be contacted through the European part of the IPSS network.
    Ex: This service called A.S.K. (Access to Sources of Knowledge) will provide an interface between users and suppliers.
    Ex: Through his work we are brought into direct contact not only with ourselves and our contemporaries but with the whole long line of humankind = A través de su obra nos ponemos en contacto directo no sólo con nostros mismos y nuestros contemporáneos sino también con nuestros antepasados.

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  • 928 poner en contenedor

    (v.) = containerise [containerize, -USA]
    Ex. Other major ports in South Africa, such as Durban, are also following the trend towards containerising bulk commodities -- in a similar way to fruit exports.
    * * *
    (v.) = containerise [containerize, -USA]

    Ex: Other major ports in South Africa, such as Durban, are also following the trend towards containerising bulk commodities -- in a similar way to fruit exports.

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  • 929 poner en cuarentena

    (v.) = quarantine
    Ex. Australia cannot afford to quarantine itself from global trends and needs to compete with other countries for scarce global capital.
    * * *
    (v.) = quarantine

    Ex: Australia cannot afford to quarantine itself from global trends and needs to compete with other countries for scarce global capital.

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  • 930 poner en cuestión

    (v.) = call into + question, render + questionable
    Ex. Some of the work discussed in chapter 28 may seem to call into question the value of this research.
    Ex. Luhmann's attempt to assign to language a merely marginal role renders questionable the conclusiveness of his theory.
    * * *
    (v.) = call into + question, render + questionable

    Ex: Some of the work discussed in chapter 28 may seem to call into question the value of this research.

    Ex: Luhmann's attempt to assign to language a merely marginal role renders questionable the conclusiveness of his theory.

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  • 931 poner en cuestión la validez de

    (v.) = bring into + question the validity of, question + the validity of
    Ex. Moreover, the findings bring into question the validity of any locally developed system.
    Ex. This article questions the validity of information management and classification.
    * * *
    (v.) = bring into + question the validity of, question + the validity of

    Ex: Moreover, the findings bring into question the validity of any locally developed system.

    Ex: This article questions the validity of information management and classification.

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  • 932 poner en dificultades

    (v.) = put + Nombre + in difficulties
    Ex. This situation often puts librarians in difficulties by their reacting to problems, rather than anticipating them.
    * * *
    (v.) = put + Nombre + in difficulties

    Ex: This situation often puts librarians in difficulties by their reacting to problems, rather than anticipating them.

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  • 933 poner en duda

    (v.) = challenge, be flawed, question, render + suspect, unsettle, cast + doubt on, regard + with suspicion, put in + doubt, call into + question, shed + doubt, throw into + doubt, throw + doubt on
    Ex. The only difference is the cataloger doesn't have to sit down and challenge himself, select one entry over the other, and say that this person is more responsible than another person for the work.
    Ex. A small but signifiant portion of the scientific literature is being flawed by the appearance of fraudulently produced research.
    Ex. If this appears to be excessively difficult, maybe it is time to question whether the tool is too complex.
    Ex. Poor standards of cataloguing in the past render many examples of retrospective music bibliography suspect.
    Ex. It is a source of innovation and strength, but it blurs traditional distinctions and can unsettle professional convictions.
    Ex. His article casts doubt on the future of local technical libraries in the new economic climate.
    Ex. Because enumerative bibliography was not always the well organized craft it has now become many retrospective bibliographies produced in former times must be regarded with suspicion.
    Ex. Significant changes made in many libraries because of limited funds now put in doubt the long-term value of the report.
    Ex. Some of the work discussed in chapter 28 may seem to call into question the value of this research.
    Ex. The overlap between the top titles in periodical lists ranked in order of use is so low that the inconsistency sheds doubt on the value of such lists.
    Ex. In this culture, girls must be virgins at marriage & must not demonstrate overt pleasure at the beginning of the marriage lest their virginity be thrown into doubt.
    Ex. Such low figures throw doubt on the applicability of US findings to the UK situation.
    * * *
    (v.) = challenge, be flawed, question, render + suspect, unsettle, cast + doubt on, regard + with suspicion, put in + doubt, call into + question, shed + doubt, throw into + doubt, throw + doubt on

    Ex: The only difference is the cataloger doesn't have to sit down and challenge himself, select one entry over the other, and say that this person is more responsible than another person for the work.

    Ex: A small but signifiant portion of the scientific literature is being flawed by the appearance of fraudulently produced research.
    Ex: If this appears to be excessively difficult, maybe it is time to question whether the tool is too complex.
    Ex: Poor standards of cataloguing in the past render many examples of retrospective music bibliography suspect.
    Ex: It is a source of innovation and strength, but it blurs traditional distinctions and can unsettle professional convictions.
    Ex: His article casts doubt on the future of local technical libraries in the new economic climate.
    Ex: Because enumerative bibliography was not always the well organized craft it has now become many retrospective bibliographies produced in former times must be regarded with suspicion.
    Ex: Significant changes made in many libraries because of limited funds now put in doubt the long-term value of the report.
    Ex: Some of the work discussed in chapter 28 may seem to call into question the value of this research.
    Ex: The overlap between the top titles in periodical lists ranked in order of use is so low that the inconsistency sheds doubt on the value of such lists.
    Ex: In this culture, girls must be virgins at marriage & must not demonstrate overt pleasure at the beginning of the marriage lest their virginity be thrown into doubt.
    Ex: Such low figures throw doubt on the applicability of US findings to the UK situation.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poner en duda

  • 934 poner en duda unos principios

    (v.) = shake + foundations
    Ex. In the map library, the electronic medium is shaking the foundations of cartographic communication and threatening the bring the walls crashing down.
    * * *
    (v.) = shake + foundations

    Ex: In the map library, the electronic medium is shaking the foundations of cartographic communication and threatening the bring the walls crashing down.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poner en duda unos principios

  • 935 poner en el haber de

    (v.) = credit
    Ex. When the amount of money is positive, this money is credited to the vendor.
    * * *
    (v.) = credit

    Ex: When the amount of money is positive, this money is credited to the vendor.

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  • 936 poner en entredicho

    (v.) = challenge, cast + doubt on, subvert, compromise, cast + aspersions on, challenge + Posesivo + assumptions, doubt, question, call into + question, impugn
    Ex. The only difference is the cataloger doesn't have to sit down and challenge himself, select one entry over the other, and say that this person is more responsible than another person for the work.
    Ex. His article casts doubt on the future of local technical libraries in the new economic climate.
    Ex. Properly read, live literature -- even the quietest or most light-hearted -- may be disturbing, may subvert our view of life.
    Ex. This article looks at what security measures can be taken without compromising access to materials.
    Ex. Also, the pursuit of applied ethics is viewed by some as being economically or opportunistically motivated, which casts aspersions on its contents.
    Ex. He challenged their assumptions and, I think, made them doubt what they thought they knew.
    Ex. He explained that while there was considerable turnover he doubted 18 assistants would be needed in the year, perhaps three or four at best.
    Ex. If this appears to be excessively difficult, maybe it is time to question whether the tool is too complex.
    Ex. Some of the work discussed in chapter 28 may seem to call into question the value of this research.
    Ex. If we are going to impugn somebody's integrity, let it be with the right facts.
    * * *
    (v.) = challenge, cast + doubt on, subvert, compromise, cast + aspersions on, challenge + Posesivo + assumptions, doubt, question, call into + question, impugn

    Ex: The only difference is the cataloger doesn't have to sit down and challenge himself, select one entry over the other, and say that this person is more responsible than another person for the work.

    Ex: His article casts doubt on the future of local technical libraries in the new economic climate.
    Ex: Properly read, live literature -- even the quietest or most light-hearted -- may be disturbing, may subvert our view of life.
    Ex: This article looks at what security measures can be taken without compromising access to materials.
    Ex: Also, the pursuit of applied ethics is viewed by some as being economically or opportunistically motivated, which casts aspersions on its contents.
    Ex: He challenged their assumptions and, I think, made them doubt what they thought they knew.
    Ex: He explained that while there was considerable turnover he doubted 18 assistants would be needed in the year, perhaps three or four at best.
    Ex: If this appears to be excessively difficult, maybe it is time to question whether the tool is too complex.
    Ex: Some of the work discussed in chapter 28 may seem to call into question the value of this research.
    Ex: If we are going to impugn somebody's integrity, let it be with the right facts.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poner en entredicho

  • 937 poner en entredicho una postura

    (v.) = compromise + position
    Ex. To ally ourselves with formal education in this or any other way might possibly compromise this position.
    * * *
    (v.) = compromise + position

    Ex: To ally ourselves with formal education in this or any other way might possibly compromise this position.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poner en entredicho una postura

  • 938 poner en estado de alerta

    (v.) = put on + standby, put on + alert, place + Nombre + on standby
    Ex. Local emergency services were also put on standby.
    Ex. Hospitals were immediately put on alert to be on the lookout for symptoms of bioterrorism.
    Ex. We will be on red alert effective today, which means that we will place on stand-by at least 2,000 soldiers to prepare for any incident in the Labor Day holiday.
    * * *
    (v.) = put on + standby, put on + alert, place + Nombre + on standby

    Ex: Local emergency services were also put on standby.

    Ex: Hospitals were immediately put on alert to be on the lookout for symptoms of bioterrorism.
    Ex: We will be on red alert effective today, which means that we will place on stand-by at least 2,000 soldiers to prepare for any incident in the Labor Day holiday.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poner en estado de alerta

  • 939 poner en evidencia

    (v.) = make + it + clear, underline, bring to + light, put + Nombre + to shame, call + Posesivo + bluff, bring to + the fore
    Ex. Simple linking of Students and Attitudes would still not make it clear whether it was the attitudes 'of' or 'towards' Students.
    Ex. Word processing packages must be able to permit the user to manipulate test, as is necessary in alignment of margins, insertion and deletion of paragraphs, arrange for text to appear in the centre of the page and underline.
    Ex. Her editorial does an excellent job of bringing to light the issues facing libraries, authors, and library patrons regarding the possibility and desirability of a single international copyright law.
    Ex. I will rescue the lame and gather those who have been scattered, I will give them praise and honor in every land where they were put to shame.
    Ex. They must be heaving a sigh of relief today, that the council weren't brave enough to call their bluff.
    Ex. Installation of new computer terminals may bring the problem to the fore.
    * * *
    (v.) = make + it + clear, underline, bring to + light, put + Nombre + to shame, call + Posesivo + bluff, bring to + the fore

    Ex: Simple linking of Students and Attitudes would still not make it clear whether it was the attitudes 'of' or 'towards' Students.

    Ex: Word processing packages must be able to permit the user to manipulate test, as is necessary in alignment of margins, insertion and deletion of paragraphs, arrange for text to appear in the centre of the page and underline.
    Ex: Her editorial does an excellent job of bringing to light the issues facing libraries, authors, and library patrons regarding the possibility and desirability of a single international copyright law.
    Ex: I will rescue the lame and gather those who have been scattered, I will give them praise and honor in every land where they were put to shame.
    Ex: They must be heaving a sigh of relief today, that the council weren't brave enough to call their bluff.
    Ex: Installation of new computer terminals may bring the problem to the fore.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poner en evidencia

  • 940 poner en forma

    (v.) = buff up
    Ex. As a general rule, you can ' buff up' your look by making your shoulders seem wider and your waist narrower.
    * * *
    (v.) = buff up

    Ex: As a general rule, you can ' buff up' your look by making your shoulders seem wider and your waist narrower.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poner en forma

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