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  • 1 argumento

    m.
    1 argument.
    un argumento a favor de/en contra de hacer algo an argument for/against doing something
    2 plot.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: argumentar.
    * * *
    1 argument
    2 (de novela, obra, etc) plot
    * * *
    noun m.
    1) argument, reasoning
    2) plot
    * * *
    SM
    1) [de razonamiento] argument tb Jur
    2) (Literat, Teat) plot; (TV etc) storyline

    argumento de la obra — plot summary, outline

    3) LAm (=discusión) argument, discussion, quarrel
    * * *
    a) ( razón) argument
    b) (Cin, Lit) plot, story line
    * * *
    = argument, contention, plot, point, thesis, storyline, thread, peg.
    Nota: En sentido figurado, razón o motivo utilizado como argumento para defender una actuación concreta.
    Ex. A précis is an account which restricts itself to the essential points in an argument.
    Ex. The main contentions are that it would serve both the long-term interests of authors and publishers and the interests of users of information.
    Ex. His work is criticized for its triviality, quantity, linguistically impoverished style, anemia of characterization, and cliched, stereotyped ideas and plots.
    Ex. Parts of the abstract are written in the informative style, whilst those points which are of less significance are treated indicatively.
    Ex. A praeses is a faculty moderator of an academic disputation, who normally proposes a thesis and participates in the ensuing disputation.
    Ex. Yet the aficionado of romantic fiction will be able to distinguish with ease between the novels of two authors whose storylines seem, to the outsider, to be virtually identical.
    Ex. The thread linking these giants is the acknowledgement that libraries exist to serve their users.
    Ex. The concepts currently being floated by UNESCO are such as will make convenient pegs to hang pleas for resources for bibliographic and library development to national governments.
    ----
    * ambas partes del argumento = both sides of the fence.
    * ambos lados del argumento = both sides of the fence.
    * apoyar + Posesivo + argumento = support + Posesivo + case, buttress + Posesivo + case.
    * apoyar un argumento = support + contention.
    * argumento científico = scientific argument.
    * argumento comercial = business case.
    * argumento convincente = compelling argument.
    * argumento de venta = sales pitch, product pitch.
    * argumento en contra = counter-argument [counterargument].
    * argumento + girar en torno a = argument + revolve around.
    * argumento principal = main argument.
    * argumento que presenta los dos puntos de vista = two-sided argument.
    * argumento que presenta sólo un punto de vista = one-sided argument.
    * argumentos = ammunition, ammo.
    * argumentos a favor o en contra = arguments for (and/or) against.
    * argumentos en contra = counter-evidence.
    * corroborar un argumento = substantiate + claim.
    * defender + Posesivo + argumento = support + Posesivo + case, buttress + Posesivo + case.
    * defender un argumento = support + view.
    * demostrar el argumento de Uno = prove + Posesivo + point, prove + point, make + Posesivo + case.
    * demostrar un argumento = substantiate + claim.
    * encadenamiento de argumentos = threading.
    * esgrimir un argumento = put forward + argument.
    * formular un argumento = advance + argument, put forward + argument.
    * invalidar un argumento = invalidate + argument.
    * presentar argumentos a favor = make + a case for.
    * presentar argumentos a favor de = present + arguments in favour of.
    * presentar un argumento = advance + argument.
    * rebatir un argumento = counter + argument.
    * respaldar el argumento de uno = back up + story.
    * respaldar un argumento = back + Posesivo + argument, buttress + argument, buttress + Posesivo + case.
    * * *
    a) ( razón) argument
    b) (Cin, Lit) plot, story line
    * * *
    = argument, contention, plot, point, thesis, storyline, thread, peg.
    Nota: En sentido figurado, razón o motivo utilizado como argumento para defender una actuación concreta.

    Ex: A précis is an account which restricts itself to the essential points in an argument.

    Ex: The main contentions are that it would serve both the long-term interests of authors and publishers and the interests of users of information.
    Ex: His work is criticized for its triviality, quantity, linguistically impoverished style, anemia of characterization, and cliched, stereotyped ideas and plots.
    Ex: Parts of the abstract are written in the informative style, whilst those points which are of less significance are treated indicatively.
    Ex: A praeses is a faculty moderator of an academic disputation, who normally proposes a thesis and participates in the ensuing disputation.
    Ex: Yet the aficionado of romantic fiction will be able to distinguish with ease between the novels of two authors whose storylines seem, to the outsider, to be virtually identical.
    Ex: The thread linking these giants is the acknowledgement that libraries exist to serve their users.
    Ex: The concepts currently being floated by UNESCO are such as will make convenient pegs to hang pleas for resources for bibliographic and library development to national governments.
    * ambas partes del argumento = both sides of the fence.
    * ambos lados del argumento = both sides of the fence.
    * apoyar + Posesivo + argumento = support + Posesivo + case, buttress + Posesivo + case.
    * apoyar un argumento = support + contention.
    * argumento científico = scientific argument.
    * argumento comercial = business case.
    * argumento convincente = compelling argument.
    * argumento de venta = sales pitch, product pitch.
    * argumento en contra = counter-argument [counterargument].
    * argumento + girar en torno a = argument + revolve around.
    * argumento principal = main argument.
    * argumento que presenta los dos puntos de vista = two-sided argument.
    * argumento que presenta sólo un punto de vista = one-sided argument.
    * argumentos = ammunition, ammo.
    * argumentos a favor o en contra = arguments for (and/or) against.
    * argumentos en contra = counter-evidence.
    * corroborar un argumento = substantiate + claim.
    * defender + Posesivo + argumento = support + Posesivo + case, buttress + Posesivo + case.
    * defender un argumento = support + view.
    * demostrar el argumento de Uno = prove + Posesivo + point, prove + point, make + Posesivo + case.
    * demostrar un argumento = substantiate + claim.
    * encadenamiento de argumentos = threading.
    * esgrimir un argumento = put forward + argument.
    * formular un argumento = advance + argument, put forward + argument.
    * invalidar un argumento = invalidate + argument.
    * presentar argumentos a favor = make + a case for.
    * presentar argumentos a favor de = present + arguments in favour of.
    * presentar un argumento = advance + argument.
    * rebatir un argumento = counter + argument.
    * respaldar el argumento de uno = back up + story.
    * respaldar un argumento = back + Posesivo + argument, buttress + argument, buttress + Posesivo + case.

    * * *
    1 (razón) argument
    me dejó sin argumentos she demolished all my arguments
    esgrimió argumentos sólidos y convincentes he employed solid, convincing arguments
    2 ( Cin, Lit) plot, story line
    * * *

     

    Del verbo argumentar: ( conjugate argumentar)

    argumento es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    argumentó es:

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

    Multiple Entries:
    argumentar    
    argumento
    argumentar ( conjugate argumentar) verbo transitivo
    to argue
    argumento sustantivo masculino

    b) (Cin, Lit) plot, story line

    argumentar verbo transitivo & verbo intransitivo to argue
    argumento sustantivo masculino
    1 (razonamiento) argument
    2 (trama) plot
    ' argumento' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    absurda
    - absurdo
    - arma
    - base
    - confusa
    - confuso
    - consistente
    - débil
    - densidad
    - desmontar
    - disuasiva
    - disuasivo
    - disuasoria
    - disuasorio
    - esgrimir
    - exposición
    - hilo
    - inconsistente
    - mala
    - malo
    - oponer
    - peso
    - razón
    - risa
    - seguir
    - simplón
    - simplona
    - socorrida
    - socorrido
    - solidez
    - sutil
    - vigente
    - consistencia
    - contradecir
    - contundente
    - embrollo
    - estúpido
    - fundar
    - pobre
    - raciocinio
    - rebuscado
    - resumir
    - retorcido
    - sólido
    - sostener
    - verosímil
    English:
    acknowledge
    - argument
    - bogus
    - case
    - clever
    - cogent
    - contest
    - core
    - demolish
    - devastating
    - follow
    - forceful
    - impress
    - lame
    - leg
    - pith
    - plot
    - point
    - powerful
    - reasonable
    - shrewd
    - side
    - sound
    - stand up
    - state
    - story
    - story-line
    - take apart
    - telling
    - tenuous
    - thread
    - valid
    - weak
    - weakness
    - wishy-washy
    - woolly
    - wooly
    * * *
    1. [razonamiento] argument
    2. [trama] plot
    * * *
    m
    1 razón argument
    2 de libro, película etc plot
    * * *
    1) : argument, reasoning
    2) : plot, story line
    * * *
    1. (razonamiento) argument
    2. (tema de película, etc) plot

    Spanish-English dictionary > argumento

  • 2 casa solariega

    f.
    1 country house, ancestral home, country manor, manor.
    2 mansion, family seat, seat of family, stately home.
    * * *
    ancestral home, family seat
    * * *
    * * *
    (n.) = ancestral home, country house, stately home, manor house
    Ex. After lunch we'll travel southwards to Culzean Castle, the ancestral home of the Kennedy family.
    Ex. Over 180 country houses were demolished or gutted in Scotland in the years after the Second World War.
    Ex. Librarians are no strangers to the use of mobile vans as a means of taking books to scattered rural communities, even individual farms and stately homes.
    Ex. There are many interesting manor houses and castles worth a visit in the region.
    * * *
    * * *
    (n.) = ancestral home, country house, stately home, manor house

    Ex: After lunch we'll travel southwards to Culzean Castle, the ancestral home of the Kennedy family.

    Ex: Over 180 country houses were demolished or gutted in Scotland in the years after the Second World War.
    Ex: Librarians are no strangers to the use of mobile vans as a means of taking books to scattered rural communities, even individual farms and stately homes.
    Ex: There are many interesting manor houses and castles worth a visit in the region.

    Spanish-English dictionary > casa solariega

  • 3 demoler

    v.
    1 to demolish, to pull down (edificio).
    Los arquitectos demolieron la casa The architects demolished the house.
    2 to rout, to demolish.
    Los Vaqueros demolieron a los Delfines The Cowboys routed the Dolphins.
    * * *
    Conjugation model [ MOVER], like link=mover mover
    1 to demolish, pull down, tear down
    2 figurado to demolish, tear to pieces
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    VT [+ edificio] to demolish, pull down; [+ argumento, teoría] to demolish
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    a) < edificio> to demolish, pull down
    b) <mito/teoría> (fam) to debunk, demolish
    * * *
    = demolish, tear down, bulldoze, wreck, knock out, raze.
    Ex. Having just demolished enumerative classification to some extent in the previous section, it is reasonable to ask how effective menu-based information retrieval systems might be.
    Ex. A group opposing the incumbent alderman decided that the board's feasibility study amounted to a covert plan to tear down the house that served as the library and erect an ugly building.
    Ex. Nothing is left except debris and there remains nothing to salvage: only to bulldoze, clear and throw into rubbish dumps.
    Ex. They had made a secret deal with Otto Reich to wreck Cuba's economy.
    Ex. Two years ago Hurricane Hugo nearly knocked out Charleston.
    Ex. The motel, which was built in 1953, will be razed to make way for a parking lot.
    ----
    * demoler aparatosamente = bring + crashing down.
    * demoler completamente = raze + Nombre + to the ground.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    a) < edificio> to demolish, pull down
    b) <mito/teoría> (fam) to debunk, demolish
    * * *
    = demolish, tear down, bulldoze, wreck, knock out, raze.

    Ex: Having just demolished enumerative classification to some extent in the previous section, it is reasonable to ask how effective menu-based information retrieval systems might be.

    Ex: A group opposing the incumbent alderman decided that the board's feasibility study amounted to a covert plan to tear down the house that served as the library and erect an ugly building.
    Ex: Nothing is left except debris and there remains nothing to salvage: only to bulldoze, clear and throw into rubbish dumps.
    Ex: They had made a secret deal with Otto Reich to wreck Cuba's economy.
    Ex: Two years ago Hurricane Hugo nearly knocked out Charleston.
    Ex: The motel, which was built in 1953, will be razed to make way for a parking lot.
    * demoler aparatosamente = bring + crashing down.
    * demoler completamente = raze + Nombre + to the ground.

    * * *
    demoler [E9 ]
    vt
    1 ‹edificio› to demolish, pull down
    2 ‹organización/sistema› to do away with, destroy
    3 ‹mito/teoría› ( fam); to debunk, demolish
    * * *

    demoler ( conjugate demoler) verbo transitivo

    b)mito/teoría› (fam) to debunk, demolish

    demoler verbo transitivo to demolish
    ' demoler' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    tirar
    English:
    demolish
    - level
    - bull
    - devastate
    - wreck
    * * *
    1. [edificio] to demolish, to pull down
    2. [organización, sistema] to destroy
    3. [argumentos, teorías] to demolish
    * * *
    v/t demolish
    * * *
    demoler {47} vt
    derribar, derrumbar: to demolish, to destroy

    Spanish-English dictionary > demoler

  • 4 destruir

    v.
    to destroy.
    El temblor destruyó la pared The quake destroyed the wall.
    Sus trucos destruyeron a María His tricks destroyed Mary.
    * * *
    Conjugation model [ HUIR], like link=huir huir
    1 to destroy
    2 figurado to destroy, ruin, wreck
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) [+ objeto, edificio] to destroy
    2) (=estropear) [+ amistad, matrimonio, armonía] to wreck, destroy; [+ argumento, teoría] to demolish; [+ esperanza] to dash, shatter; [+ proyecto, plan] to wreck, ruin
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    a) <documentos/pruebas> to destroy; < ciudad> to destroy; < medio ambiente> to damage
    b) ( echar por tierra) < reputación> to ruin; < plan> to wreck; < esperanzas> to dash, shatter

    le destruyó la vida — it/he wrecked o destroyed his/her life

    * * *
    = demolish, destroy, knock out, scupper, wipe out, trash, pull apart, sweep away, knock down, rack [wrack], wreak + destruction, destruct, shred, wreck, decimate, lay + waste to, wash out, run down, break down, blow up, rubbish, stomp + Nombre + out, smash.
    Ex. Having just demolished enumerative classification to some extent in the previous section, it is reasonable to ask how effective menu-based information retrieval systems might be.
    Ex. I am frequently taken to task as someone who would try to destroy the integrity of certain catalogs on the West Coast.
    Ex. Two years ago Hurricane Hugo nearly knocked out Charleston.
    Ex. This arrangement could definitely help solve the librarian's problems, unless unexpected events scupper it.
    Ex. Strong economic forces, inflation and an over-strong pound wiped out any noticeable benefits of EEC membership to industry.
    Ex. At the same time, the author takes issue with the view that the great libraries of America are being ' trashed' by the rush towards technology.
    Ex. If solutions are not found to meet this challenge, users' hunger for multimedia could pull the Internet apart.
    Ex. Librarians should ensure that the principles they stand for are not swept away on a tide of technological jingoism.
    Ex. Your note attempts to knock down an assertion not made.
    Ex. Both countries that have been wracked for the last ten years by violent civil wars.
    Ex. The author laments the demise of the paper card catalogue as a 'paroxysm of shortsightedness and antiintellectualism' on the part of over zealous librarians, wreaking destruction in a class with the burning of the library at Alexandria.
    Ex. That means that the abstractions of scientific knowledge reduce the reality and even destruct it.
    Ex. If they do muster up the courage to participate, they have learned what it is like to lose: they describe it as being 'slaughtered,' 'blown away,' or ' shredded'.
    Ex. They had made a secret deal with Otto Reich to wreck Cuba's economy.
    Ex. Insect pests decimate a significant proportion of the world's food supply and transmit a number of deadly human diseases.
    Ex. The mutilation of periodicals is laying waste to vital and expensive periodical collections in all kinds of library across the USA, and it seems to strike academic libraries with particular virulence.
    Ex. Some sections of road washed out by flood waters.
    Ex. It really is time we stopped kow-towing to every Tom, Dick and Harry who runs down our industry.
    Ex. It describes our experience in combatting mould which grew as a result of high humidity and temperatures when the air conditioning system broke down for several days after several days of rain.
    Ex. The article 'The library has blown up!' relates the short circuit in the main electrical circuit board of Porstmouth Public Library caused by electricians who were carrying out routine work.
    Ex. The theory of Scandinavian racial purity cherished by Hitler and the Nazis has been rubbished by new scientific research.
    Ex. Like I said, no wonder racism won't die, it takes BOTH sides to stomp it out, not just one!.
    Ex. The library was badly vandalised and the intruders overturned 10 large bookcases, tore paintings down, emptied catalogues, and smashed intercoms, chairs, tables and windows.
    ----
    * chocar destruyendo = smash into.
    * destruir completamente = blow + Nombre + to bits.
    * destruir la esperanza = shatter + Posesivo + hopes.
    * destruir un mito = explode + myth.
    * fuego + destruir = fire + destroy.
    * fuego + destruir por completo = fire + gut.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    a) <documentos/pruebas> to destroy; < ciudad> to destroy; < medio ambiente> to damage
    b) ( echar por tierra) < reputación> to ruin; < plan> to wreck; < esperanzas> to dash, shatter

    le destruyó la vida — it/he wrecked o destroyed his/her life

    * * *
    = demolish, destroy, knock out, scupper, wipe out, trash, pull apart, sweep away, knock down, rack [wrack], wreak + destruction, destruct, shred, wreck, decimate, lay + waste to, wash out, run down, break down, blow up, rubbish, stomp + Nombre + out, smash.

    Ex: Having just demolished enumerative classification to some extent in the previous section, it is reasonable to ask how effective menu-based information retrieval systems might be.

    Ex: I am frequently taken to task as someone who would try to destroy the integrity of certain catalogs on the West Coast.
    Ex: Two years ago Hurricane Hugo nearly knocked out Charleston.
    Ex: This arrangement could definitely help solve the librarian's problems, unless unexpected events scupper it.
    Ex: Strong economic forces, inflation and an over-strong pound wiped out any noticeable benefits of EEC membership to industry.
    Ex: At the same time, the author takes issue with the view that the great libraries of America are being ' trashed' by the rush towards technology.
    Ex: If solutions are not found to meet this challenge, users' hunger for multimedia could pull the Internet apart.
    Ex: Librarians should ensure that the principles they stand for are not swept away on a tide of technological jingoism.
    Ex: Your note attempts to knock down an assertion not made.
    Ex: Both countries that have been wracked for the last ten years by violent civil wars.
    Ex: The author laments the demise of the paper card catalogue as a 'paroxysm of shortsightedness and antiintellectualism' on the part of over zealous librarians, wreaking destruction in a class with the burning of the library at Alexandria.
    Ex: That means that the abstractions of scientific knowledge reduce the reality and even destruct it.
    Ex: If they do muster up the courage to participate, they have learned what it is like to lose: they describe it as being 'slaughtered,' 'blown away,' or ' shredded'.
    Ex: They had made a secret deal with Otto Reich to wreck Cuba's economy.
    Ex: Insect pests decimate a significant proportion of the world's food supply and transmit a number of deadly human diseases.
    Ex: The mutilation of periodicals is laying waste to vital and expensive periodical collections in all kinds of library across the USA, and it seems to strike academic libraries with particular virulence.
    Ex: Some sections of road washed out by flood waters.
    Ex: It really is time we stopped kow-towing to every Tom, Dick and Harry who runs down our industry.
    Ex: It describes our experience in combatting mould which grew as a result of high humidity and temperatures when the air conditioning system broke down for several days after several days of rain.
    Ex: The article 'The library has blown up!' relates the short circuit in the main electrical circuit board of Porstmouth Public Library caused by electricians who were carrying out routine work.
    Ex: The theory of Scandinavian racial purity cherished by Hitler and the Nazis has been rubbished by new scientific research.
    Ex: Like I said, no wonder racism won't die, it takes BOTH sides to stomp it out, not just one!.
    Ex: The library was badly vandalised and the intruders overturned 10 large bookcases, tore paintings down, emptied catalogues, and smashed intercoms, chairs, tables and windows.
    * chocar destruyendo = smash into.
    * destruir completamente = blow + Nombre + to bits.
    * destruir la esperanza = shatter + Posesivo + hopes.
    * destruir un mito = explode + myth.
    * fuego + destruir = fire + destroy.
    * fuego + destruir por completo = fire + gut.

    * * *
    vt
    1 ‹documentos/pruebas› to destroy; ‹ciudad› to destroy
    productos que destruyen el medio ambiente products that damage the environment
    2 (echar por tierra) ‹reputación› to ruin; ‹plan› to ruin, wreck; ‹esperanzas› to dash, shatter
    los problemas económicos destruyeron su matrimonio financial problems wrecked o ruined their marriage
    la droga está destruyendo muchas vidas drugs are wrecking o ruining o destroying the lives of many people
    * * *

     

    destruir ( conjugate destruir) verbo transitivo
    a)documentos/pruebas to destroy;

    ciudad to destroy;
    medio ambiente to damage

    plan to wreck;
    esperanzas to dash, shatter
    destruir verbo transitivo to destroy
    ' destruir' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    acabar
    - barrer
    - dinamitar
    - minar
    - socavar
    - anular
    - consumir
    - liquidar
    English:
    destroy
    - flatten
    - gut
    - nuke
    - obliterate
    - shatter
    - zap
    - explode
    - ruin
    - shred
    * * *
    vt
    1. [destrozar] to destroy
    2. [desbaratar] [argumento] to demolish;
    [proyecto] to ruin, to wreck; [ilusión, esperanzas] to dash; [reputación] to ruin; [matrimonio, relación] to wreck; [pareja] to break up
    3. [hacienda, fortuna] to squander
    * * *
    v/t
    1 destroy
    2 ( estropear) ruin, wreck
    * * *
    destruir {41} vt
    : to destroy
    * * *
    destruir vb to destroy

    Spanish-English dictionary > destruir

  • 5 dársena

    f.
    1 dock, anchorage, shipside.
    2 waterfront.
    * * *
    1 dock, basin
    * * *
    SF
    1) (Náut) dock
    2) (Aut) bus shelter
    * * *
    femenino dock
    * * *
    = dock, dry dock, bus bay.
    Ex. It is a project that has been incubating since he lost the space for his privately run museum in Gloucester docks two years ago.
    Ex. After the dry dock had been completed the water was pumped out but the cement floor and sides were not strong enough to prevent rupture by the pressure from below.
    Ex. The existing bus shelter and bus bay shall only be demolished and removed after the new ones are completed and satisfactorily inspected.
    * * *
    femenino dock
    * * *
    = dock, dry dock, bus bay.

    Ex: It is a project that has been incubating since he lost the space for his privately run museum in Gloucester docks two years ago.

    Ex: After the dry dock had been completed the water was pumped out but the cement floor and sides were not strong enough to prevent rupture by the pressure from below.
    Ex: The existing bus shelter and bus bay shall only be demolished and removed after the new ones are completed and satisfactorily inspected.

    * * *
    A ( Náut) dock
    Compuesto:
    tidal basin
    * * *
    1. [en puerto] dock
    2. [en estación de autobuses] bay
    * * *
    f dock

    Spanish-English dictionary > dársena

  • 6 mansión

    f.
    mansion, large house.
    * * *
    1 mansion
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    * * *
    femenino mansion
    * * *
    = stately home, mansion home, mansion, country house, manor house.
    Ex. Librarians are no strangers to the use of mobile vans as a means of taking books to scattered rural communities, even individual farms and stately homes.
    Ex. From the impressive library of his mansion home on Beacon Hill, Ticknor ruled over Boston's intellectual life and was looked to as the leading arbiter of intellectual and social life in that great city.
    Ex. Housed in a Victorian mansion, the library is used most often by new homeowners researching the history of their house.
    Ex. Over 180 country houses were demolished or gutted in Scotland in the years after the Second World War.
    Ex. There are many interesting manor houses and castles worth a visit in the region.
    * * *
    femenino mansion
    * * *
    = stately home, mansion home, mansion, country house, manor house.

    Ex: Librarians are no strangers to the use of mobile vans as a means of taking books to scattered rural communities, even individual farms and stately homes.

    Ex: From the impressive library of his mansion home on Beacon Hill, Ticknor ruled over Boston's intellectual life and was looked to as the leading arbiter of intellectual and social life in that great city.
    Ex: Housed in a Victorian mansion, the library is used most often by new homeowners researching the history of their house.
    Ex: Over 180 country houses were demolished or gutted in Scotland in the years after the Second World War.
    Ex: There are many interesting manor houses and castles worth a visit in the region.

    * * *
    mansion
    mansión señorial stately home
    * * *

    mansión sustantivo femenino
    mansion;

    mansión sustantivo femenino mansion

    ' mansión' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    originaria
    - originario
    - solar
    - suntuosa
    - suntuoso
    English:
    hall
    - mansion
    - guest
    - sumptuous
    * * *
    mansion
    * * *
    f mansion
    * * *
    mansión nf, pl - siones : mansion
    * * *
    mansión n mansion

    Spanish-English dictionary > mansión

  • 7 parada de autobús

    bus stop
    * * *
    (n.) = bus stop, bus stand, bus bay
    Ex. A railway station and covered walkway connect the SECC with the public transport network of Glasgow, as do several nearby bus stops and taxi ranks.
    Ex. The girls were swept away by the water as they failed to hold on to the bus stand.
    Ex. The existing bus shelter and bus bay shall only be demolished and removed after the new ones are completed and satisfactorily inspected.
    * * *
    (n.) = bus stop, bus stand, bus bay

    Ex: A railway station and covered walkway connect the SECC with the public transport network of Glasgow, as do several nearby bus stops and taxi ranks.

    Ex: The girls were swept away by the water as they failed to hold on to the bus stand.
    Ex: The existing bus shelter and bus bay shall only be demolished and removed after the new ones are completed and satisfactorily inspected.

    * * *
    bus stop

    Spanish-English dictionary > parada de autobús

  • 8 preguntar

    v.
    to ask.
    preguntar algo a alguien to ask somebody something
    si no es mucho preguntar, ¿cuántos años tiene? if you don't mind my asking, how old are you?
    preguntar por to ask about o after
    preguntan por tí they'are asking for you
    Ella pregunta sandeces She asks stupid things.
    Ella preguntó ayer She asked around yesterday.
    * * *
    1 to ask
    1 to wonder
    \
    preguntar por alguien to ask after somebody, ask about somebody
    * * *
    verb
    1) to ask, question
    * * *
    1.

    pregúntale si quiere venir — ask him if he wants to come, ask him whether he wants to come or not

    le fue preguntada su edadfrm he was asked his age

    2.
    VI to ask, inquire

    preguntar por algn: si te preguntan por mí di que no he llegado — if they ask about me, tell them I haven't arrived

    3.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo to ask
    2.
    preguntar vi to ask

    le preguntó sobre or acerca de lo ocurrido — he asked her (about) what had happened

    preguntar POR algo/alguien — to ask about something/somebody

    me preguntó por ti/por tu salud — he asked about you/how you were

    preguntaban por un tal Mariothey were looking for o asking for someone called Mario

    3.
    preguntarse v pron (refl) to wonder
    * * *
    = ask, make + an inquiry, question, enquire [inquire, -USA], make + enquiry.
    Ex. Having just demolished enumerative classification to some extent in the previous section, it is reasonable to ask how effective menu-based information retrieval systems might be.
    Ex. The library services person will then give you the author's address, if he does accept engagements, or, often, make a preliminary inquiry for you.
    Ex. If this appears to be excessively difficult, maybe it is time to question whether the tool is too complex.
    Ex. Users can enquire at the reference desk.
    Ex. The author discusses the general tendency noted for more girls than boys to make enquiries at the library.
    ----
    * el que pregunta = inquirer [enquirer, -UK].
    * hacer que Alguien se pregunte Algo = make + Nombre + wonder.
    * no preguntes porque no te puedo decir la verdad = ask no questions and hear no lies.
    * preguntar a = check into.
    * preguntarse = wonder.
    * sin preguntar = unasked.
    * volver a preguntar = check back.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo to ask
    2.
    preguntar vi to ask

    le preguntó sobre or acerca de lo ocurrido — he asked her (about) what had happened

    preguntar POR algo/alguien — to ask about something/somebody

    me preguntó por ti/por tu salud — he asked about you/how you were

    preguntaban por un tal Mariothey were looking for o asking for someone called Mario

    3.
    preguntarse v pron (refl) to wonder
    * * *
    = ask, make + an inquiry, question, enquire [inquire, -USA], make + enquiry.

    Ex: Having just demolished enumerative classification to some extent in the previous section, it is reasonable to ask how effective menu-based information retrieval systems might be.

    Ex: The library services person will then give you the author's address, if he does accept engagements, or, often, make a preliminary inquiry for you.
    Ex: If this appears to be excessively difficult, maybe it is time to question whether the tool is too complex.
    Ex: Users can enquire at the reference desk.
    Ex: The author discusses the general tendency noted for more girls than boys to make enquiries at the library.
    * el que pregunta = inquirer [enquirer, -UK].
    * hacer que Alguien se pregunte Algo = make + Nombre + wonder.
    * no preguntes porque no te puedo decir la verdad = ask no questions and hear no lies.
    * preguntar a = check into.
    * preguntarse = wonder.
    * sin preguntar = unasked.
    * volver a preguntar = check back.

    * * *
    preguntar [A1 ]
    vt
    to ask
    me preguntó la hora he asked me the time
    pregúntale si viene a comer ask him if he's coming to lunch
    eso no se pregunta you shouldn't ask things like that, that's not the sort of thing you ask o one asks
    ¿cuánto te costó? si no es mucho preguntar how much did it cost, if you don't mind my asking o if it's not rude to ask?
    la maestra me preguntó la lección the teacher tested me on the lesson
    ■ preguntar
    vi
    to ask
    pregunte en el ayuntamiento ask o inquire at the town hall
    a mí no me preguntes, no sé nada don't ask me, I don't know anything
    le preguntó sobre or acerca de lo ocurrido he asked her (about) what had happened
    no le interesa la respuesta, pregunta por preguntar she's not interested in the answer, she's just asking for the sake of asking o asking for the sake of it
    preguntar POR algo/algn to ask ABOUT sth/sb
    vino a preguntar por el trabajo he came to inquire about the job
    me preguntó por ti/por tu salud he asked about you/how you were, he asked after you/your health ( BrE)
    preguntaban por un tal Mario they were looking for o asking for someone called Mario
    ( refl) to wonder
    me pregunto si habrá llegado I wonder if she's arrived
    * * *

     

    preguntar ( conjugate preguntar) verbo transitivo
    to ask;

    la maestra me preguntó la lección the teacher tested me on the lesson
    verbo intransitivo
    to ask;
    le preguntó sobre or acerca de lo ocurrido he asked her (about) what had happened;
    preguntar POR algo/algn to ask about sth/sb;
    preguntaban por un tal Mario they were looking for o asking for someone called Mario
    preguntarse verbo pronominal ( refl) to wonder
    preguntar verbo transitivo to ask
    (por una cosa) to ask about sthg: le pregunté por su viaje, I asked him about his trip
    (por una persona) to ask about o for sb: preguntaban por tu hermana, they were asking for your sister
    (por la salud de alguien) to ask after sb: ¿has preguntado por (la salud de) su madre?, have you asked after her mother?

    ' preguntar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    bocajarro
    - interesar
    - perder
    - quemarropa
    English:
    ask
    - ask about
    - ask after
    - ask for
    - business
    - enquire
    - inquire
    - inquire after
    - ashamed
    - harm
    * * *
    vt
    to ask;
    preguntar algo a alguien to ask sb sth;
    si no es mucho preguntar, ¿cuántos años tiene? if you don't mind my asking, how old are you?;
    esas cosas no se preguntan you just don't ask questions like that
    vi
    to ask;
    a mí no me preguntes don't ask me;
    preguntan por ti they're asking for you;
    pregunté por sus padres I asked after his parents;
    entre en la oficina y pregunte por Carolina go into the office and ask for Carolina;
    eso es preguntar por preguntar that's just asking for the sake of asking
    * * *
    I v/t ask
    II v/i ask;
    preguntar por algo ask about sth;
    preguntar por alguien paradero ask for s.o.; salud etc ask about s.o.
    * * *
    : to ask, to question
    : to ask, to inquire
    * * *
    preguntar vb to ask

    Spanish-English dictionary > preguntar

  • 9 sección

    f.
    1 section.
    2 section, division, department.
    3 section, district.
    4 cross-section.
    5 article.
    6 section, cutting, incision.
    * * *
    1 (corte) section, cut
    2 (geometría) section
    3 (departamento) section, department
    4 (en periódico, revista) page, section
    5 MILITAR section
    \
    sección transversal cross-section
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    SF
    1) (Arquit, Mat) section
    2) (=parte) [gen] section; [de almacén, oficina] department

    sección de contactospersonal column ( containing offers of marriage {etc}4})

    sección deportiva — sports page, sports section

    sección económicafinancial pages pl, city pages pl

    3) (Mil) section, platoon
    * * *
    1) ( corte) section

    sección longitudinal/transversal — longitudinal/cross section

    2)
    a) (división, área - en general) section; (- de empresa) department, section; (- en grandes almacenes) department
    b) (de periódico, orquesta) section
    3) (Mil) platoon
    * * *
    = frame, piece, portion, section, section, unit, area, chapter, arm, tranche, pod.
    Ex. Please return to frame 244 and read again about the use of the / (oblique stroke), paying particular attention to the examples given.
    Ex. Within one main class the same piece of notation may be used to signify different concepts.
    Ex. An extract is one o more portions of a document selected to represent the whole document.
    Ex. Plainly such representative sections may not be present in many documents, but sometimes an extract from the results, conclusions or recommendations of a document may serve to identify the key issues covered by the entire document.
    Ex. Cartographic materials are all the materials that represent, in whole or in part, the earth or any celestial body at any scale and include globes; block diagrams; sections; atlases; bird's eye views, etc.
    Ex. Therefore, during the concluding phase of the revision project, the representatives of ALA units and other organizations will function as a single group.
    Ex. Libraries usually arrange separate areas where current periodicals, maps, government publications, early printed books and manuscripts are housed.
    Ex. For example, the American Library Association and its chapters usually include a subsidiary group designed for library trustees.
    Ex. The author discusses the roles that various arms of the proposed structure can play to promote free flow of information = El autor describe las funciones que los diferentes departamentos de la estructura propuesta puede desempeñar para promover la libre circulación de la información.
    Ex. The first tranche of NATO enlargement -- adding Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic next year -- will help stabilize an historically unstable region.
    Ex. There are 3 ' pods' designed to separate areas from the main library for children's activities, the African and Caribbean literature centres and for meeting rooms.
    ----
    * bibliotecario encargado de la sección infantil = children's librarian.
    * bibliotecario encargado de la sección juvenil = young adult librarian.
    * de sección = sectional.
    * división en secciones = departmentation.
    * en sección = sectional.
    * jefe de sección = section head.
    * sección alfabética = alphabetical section.
    * sección central = midsection [mid-section].
    * sección de adquisiciones = acquisitions department, order department.
    * sección de adultos = adult section, adult department, adult services section.
    * sección de apoyo a los programas de estudios = curriculum material center.
    * Sección de Automatización y Documentación de ALA (IASD) = Information Science and Automation Division (IASD).
    * sección de catalogación = cataloguing division, cataloguing department.
    * sección de comentarios = comments section.
    * sección de compras = acquisitions department, order department.
    * sección de fondos locales = local studies department, local studies library, local studies collection.
    * Sección de Garantía del Asesoramiento Agrícola y del Fondo de Garantía Europ = Guarantee Section of the European Agricultural Guidance and Guarantee Fund (EAGGF).
    * sección de la biblioteca = library section.
    * sección de libros en rústica = paperback rack.
    * sección de literatura narrativa = fiction section.
    * sección de nóminas = payroll department, salaries section.
    * sección de personal = personnel department, personnel office.
    * sección de préstamo = lending collection, lending stock.
    * sección de publicaciones periódicas = serial department, periodicals area.
    * sección de referencia = reference section, reference department, reference division, reference area.
    * sección de temas locales = local studies department, local studies library, local studies collection.
    * sección de últimos números de publicaciones periódicas = current periodicals area.
    * sección de vídeos = video collection.
    * sección infantil = children's department.
    * sección juvenil = young adult department.
    * sección para el fondo de consulta en sala = reserve room.
    * subsección = subsection [sub-section].
    * * *
    1) ( corte) section

    sección longitudinal/transversal — longitudinal/cross section

    2)
    a) (división, área - en general) section; (- de empresa) department, section; (- en grandes almacenes) department
    b) (de periódico, orquesta) section
    3) (Mil) platoon
    * * *
    = frame, piece, portion, section, section, unit, area, chapter, arm, tranche, pod.

    Ex: Please return to frame 244 and read again about the use of the / (oblique stroke), paying particular attention to the examples given.

    Ex: Within one main class the same piece of notation may be used to signify different concepts.
    Ex: An extract is one o more portions of a document selected to represent the whole document.
    Ex: Plainly such representative sections may not be present in many documents, but sometimes an extract from the results, conclusions or recommendations of a document may serve to identify the key issues covered by the entire document.
    Ex: Cartographic materials are all the materials that represent, in whole or in part, the earth or any celestial body at any scale and include globes; block diagrams; sections; atlases; bird's eye views, etc.
    Ex: Therefore, during the concluding phase of the revision project, the representatives of ALA units and other organizations will function as a single group.
    Ex: Libraries usually arrange separate areas where current periodicals, maps, government publications, early printed books and manuscripts are housed.
    Ex: For example, the American Library Association and its chapters usually include a subsidiary group designed for library trustees.
    Ex: The author discusses the roles that various arms of the proposed structure can play to promote free flow of information = El autor describe las funciones que los diferentes departamentos de la estructura propuesta puede desempeñar para promover la libre circulación de la información.
    Ex: The first tranche of NATO enlargement -- adding Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic next year -- will help stabilize an historically unstable region.
    Ex: There are 3 ' pods' designed to separate areas from the main library for children's activities, the African and Caribbean literature centres and for meeting rooms.
    * bibliotecario encargado de la sección infantil = children's librarian.
    * bibliotecario encargado de la sección juvenil = young adult librarian.
    * de sección = sectional.
    * división en secciones = departmentation.
    * en sección = sectional.
    * jefe de sección = section head.
    * sección alfabética = alphabetical section.
    * sección central = midsection [mid-section].
    * sección de adquisiciones = acquisitions department, order department.
    * sección de adultos = adult section, adult department, adult services section.
    * sección de apoyo a los programas de estudios = curriculum material center.
    * Sección de Automatización y Documentación de ALA (IASD) = Information Science and Automation Division (IASD).
    * sección de catalogación = cataloguing division, cataloguing department.
    * sección de comentarios = comments section.
    * sección de compras = acquisitions department, order department.
    * sección de fondos locales = local studies department, local studies library, local studies collection.
    * Sección de Garantía del Asesoramiento Agrícola y del Fondo de Garantía Europ = Guarantee Section of the European Agricultural Guidance and Guarantee Fund (EAGGF).
    * sección de la biblioteca = library section.
    * sección de libros en rústica = paperback rack.
    * sección de literatura narrativa = fiction section.
    * sección de nóminas = payroll department, salaries section.
    * sección de personal = personnel department, personnel office.
    * sección de préstamo = lending collection, lending stock.
    * sección de publicaciones periódicas = serial department, periodicals area.
    * sección de referencia = reference section, reference department, reference division, reference area.
    * sección de temas locales = local studies department, local studies library, local studies collection.
    * sección de últimos números de publicaciones periódicas = current periodicals area.
    * sección de vídeos = video collection.
    * sección infantil = children's department.
    * sección juvenil = young adult department.
    * sección para el fondo de consulta en sala = reserve room.
    * subsección = subsection [sub-section].

    * * *
    A (corte) section
    sección longitudinal/transversal longitudinal/cross section
    B
    1 (división, área — en general) section; (— de una empresa) department, section; (— en los grandes almacenes) department
    la sección del edificio que va a ser demolida the part of the building that is going to be demolished
    Compuestos:
    sección de cuerdas/vientos
    string/wind section
    sports page
    C ( Mil) platoon
    * * *

     

    sección sustantivo femenino
    1 ( corte) section
    2
    a) (división, área — en general) section;

    (— de empresa, en grandes almacenes) department
    b) (de periódico, orquesta) section

    3 (Mil) platoon
    sección sustantivo femenino
    1 (parte, apartado, tramo) section
    Com sección de bisutería, costume jewellery department
    2 (de un plano) cross-sección
    3 (incisión) cut
    4 Mat section
    5 Mil (una unidad del ejército) platoon
    ' sección' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    corte
    - oportunidad
    - unidad
    - acomodar
    - caballero
    - cónico
    - encima
    - fumador
    - incluir
    - jefe
    - menaje
    - parte
    - repartición
    - reunir
    - suceso
    English:
    cross-section
    - department
    - departmental
    - division
    - platoon
    - section
    - block
    - complement
    - cross
    - desk
    - personnel
    - scratch
    * * *
    1. [parte] section;
    [departamento] department;
    la sección de discos the record department
    sección de cuerda(s) string section;
    sección de necrológicas [en periódico] obituary section;
    sección rítmica rhythm section;
    sección de viento(s) wind section
    2. [corte] section
    sección longitudinal longitudinal section;
    sección transversal cross-section
    3. Geom section
    4. Mil section
    * * *
    f
    1 GEOM section
    2 BOT cutting
    3 de documento, organización section
    4 MIL platoon
    * * *
    1) : section
    sección transversal: cross section
    2) : department, division
    * * *
    1. (en general) section
    2. (en una tienda, empresa) department

    Spanish-English dictionary > sección

  • 10 una vez + Participio Pasado

    = having + Participio Pasado, having + just + Participio Pasado
    Ex. Having proclaimed the merits of pre-coordination in effective and efficient retrieval, the next chapter examines pre-coordinate indexing systems in greater detail.
    Ex. Having just demolished enumerative classification to some extent in the previous section, it is reasonable to ask how effective menu-based information retrieval systems might be.
    * * *
    = having + Participio Pasado, having + just + Participio Pasado

    Ex: Having proclaimed the merits of pre-coordination in effective and efficient retrieval, the next chapter examines pre-coordinate indexing systems in greater detail.

    Ex: Having just demolished enumerative classification to some extent in the previous section, it is reasonable to ask how effective menu-based information retrieval systems might be.

    Spanish-English dictionary > una vez + Participio Pasado

  • 11 desarbolar

    v.
    1 to unmast a ship, to cut down the masts. (Nautical)
    2 -vn.
    3 to root up or cut down the trees of a grove. (Latin American Spanish)
    4 to dismast, to unmast.
    * * *
    1 to dismast
    * * *
    * * *
    verbo transitivo to dismast
    * * *
    verbo transitivo to dismast
    * * *
    desarbolar [A1 ]
    vt
    to dismast
    * * *
    1. Náut to dismast, to strip of masts
    2. Fam [destartalar] to mess up, to make a mess of;
    desarboló toda la defensa contraria he ran rings round the opposing defence;
    desarboló la argumentación del fiscal she demolished the Br public prosecutor's o US district attorney's line of argument
    * * *
    v/t MAR dismast

    Spanish-English dictionary > desarbolar

  • 12 demolido

    • demolished
    • torn-down

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > demolido

  • 13 demolido

    adj.
    demolished, torn-down.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: demoler.

    Spanish-English dictionary > demolido

  • 14 rudera

    f.
    rubbish, ruins of demolished buildings.

    Spanish-English dictionary > rudera

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