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  • 141 antes de nada

    first of all
    * * *
    = before long, before + Pronombre + know what + happen, before + Pronombre + know it
    Ex. News of boundless timber reserves spread, and before long lumberjacks from the thinning hardwood forests of New England swarmed into the uncharted area with no other possessions than their axes and brawn and the clothing they wore.
    Ex. She took a shine to Sheldon, and before he knows what has happened, the misanthropic physicist finds himself with a girlfriend.
    Ex. And, before I knew it, she had shoved her whole head in my coffee cup and taken a big slurp of my coffee!.
    * * *
    = before long, before + Pronombre + know what + happen, before + Pronombre + know it

    Ex: News of boundless timber reserves spread, and before long lumberjacks from the thinning hardwood forests of New England swarmed into the uncharted area with no other possessions than their axes and brawn and the clothing they wore.

    Ex: She took a shine to Sheldon, and before he knows what has happened, the misanthropic physicist finds himself with a girlfriend.
    Ex: And, before I knew it, she had shoved her whole head in my coffee cup and taken a big slurp of my coffee!.

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  • 142 antes que

    conj.
    before, afore, before the time that.
    LLegaré antes que él llegue I will arrive before he comes.
    prep.
    1 before, sooner than.
    Voy a llegar antes que él I will arrive sooner than him [before him]...
    2 rather than, instead of.
    Prefiero un carro antes que una moto I prefer a car rather than a scooter.
    * * *
    Ex. Since the preliminary cataloging data and the redistributed national records will be available sooner than full LC cataloging data, they will be offered through the MARC Distribution Service as an aid to acquisitions work.
    * * *

    Ex: Since the preliminary cataloging data and the redistributed national records will be available sooner than full LC cataloging data, they will be offered through the MARC Distribution Service as an aid to acquisitions work.

    Spanish-English dictionary > antes que

  • 143 caja fuerte

    f.
    1 safe, vault.
    2 safe deposit, safe-deposit box, safety deposit box.
    * * *
    safe
    * * *
    safe, strongbox
    * * *
    (n.) = safe, safety deposit box
    Ex. For other reasons it is also necessary to have a fireproof safe elsewhere in the building to hold security copies of data and transaction files.
    Ex. Safety deposit boxes are a good place to store important original documents and valuables to prevent them from being lost or stolen.
    * * *
    safe, strongbox
    * * *
    (n.) = safe, safety deposit box

    Ex: For other reasons it is also necessary to have a fireproof safe elsewhere in the building to hold security copies of data and transaction files.

    Ex: Safety deposit boxes are a good place to store important original documents and valuables to prevent them from being lost or stolen.

    * * *
    safe, strongbox

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  • 144 cuanto antes

    adv.
    as soon as possible, at once, a.s.a.p., as early as possible.
    * * *
    as soon as possible
    * * *
    * * *
    Ex. If there are excessive delays in the record becoming available, and long delays become a common phenomenon, the librarian who is anxious to make new stock available for the user as soon as possible will resort to local cataloguing.
    * * *

    Ex: If there are excessive delays in the record becoming available, and long delays become a common phenomenon, the librarian who is anxious to make new stock available for the user as soon as possible will resort to local cataloguing.

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  • 145 fuerte como un toro

    figurado as strong as an ox
    * * *
    Ex. The morning newspaper was an avid supporter of Miller and claimed he was ' as strong as an ox'.
    * * *

    Ex: The morning newspaper was an avid supporter of Miller and claimed he was ' as strong as an ox'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > fuerte como un toro

  • 146 hacer salir

    v.
    1 to bring out, to fetch out, to drive out, to have out.
    El policía hizo salir al criminal The policeman drove out the criminal.
    María hizo salir el tejón Mary brought out the badger.
    2 to drive out, to flush out.
    El policía hizo salir al criminal The policeman drove out the criminal.
    * * *
    (v.) = push out, flush out
    Ex. There is today culture of all sorts at all levels (high culture, middle-brow culture and mass culture) and there is no evidence to show that the one sort pushes out the other.
    Ex. He is hounded by hired assassins and eventually flushed out of hiding for a final confrontation with his nemesis.
    * * *
    (v.) = push out, flush out

    Ex: There is today culture of all sorts at all levels (high culture, middle-brow culture and mass culture) and there is no evidence to show that the one sort pushes out the other.

    Ex: He is hounded by hired assassins and eventually flushed out of hiding for a final confrontation with his nemesis.

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  • 147 iluminación fuerte

    Ex. Task lighting or individual table lights have traditionally been used to upgrade the lighting at the reader's desk = Tradicionalmente, se ha utilizado una iluminación fuerte o lámparas individuales en las mesas del lector para mejorar la visibiliad.
    * * *

    Ex: Task lighting or individual table lights have traditionally been used to upgrade the lighting at the reader's desk = Tradicionalmente, se ha utilizado una iluminación fuerte o lámparas individuales en las mesas del lector para mejorar la visibiliad.

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  • 148 pegar fuerte

    v.
    1 to hit hard.
    Pega fuerte It hits hard.
    María pega fuerte Mary hits hard.
    2 to hit hard.
    Pega fuerte It hits hard.
    * * *
    (golpear) to hit hard 2 (tener éxito) to be all the rage
    * * *
    (v.) = hit + hard, pack + a wallop
    Ex. When I saw what he was up to, I drew back for a punch and hit him so hard on the nose that he fell on his back and lay there for some time.
    Ex. When you're crunched for time, take along snacks that pack a wallop, nutritionally speaking.
    * * *
    (v.) = hit + hard, pack + a wallop

    Ex: When I saw what he was up to, I drew back for a punch and hit him so hard on the nose that he fell on his back and lay there for some time.

    Ex: When you're crunched for time, take along snacks that pack a wallop, nutritionally speaking.

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  • 149 pisar fuerte

    figurado to go all out, make a big impact
    * * *
    *to make great strides
    * * *
    (v.) = go from + strength to strength, make + a big impact, stomp
    Ex. This was achieved with great success, and the scheme goes from strength to strength.
    Ex. The fiction genre is currently making a big impact on the US publishing scene and is increasingly popular in public libraries.
    Ex. The patient may experience an annoying feeling that can be relieved by shifting the positions of the legs or by stomping the feet on the floor.
    * * *
    (v.) = go from + strength to strength, make + a big impact, stomp

    Ex: This was achieved with great success, and the scheme goes from strength to strength.

    Ex: The fiction genre is currently making a big impact on the US publishing scene and is increasingly popular in public libraries.
    Ex: The patient may experience an annoying feeling that can be relieved by shifting the positions of the legs or by stomping the feet on the floor.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pisar fuerte

  • 150 plato fuerte

    m.
    main course, entrée, main dish, piece de resistance.
    * * *
    (de una comida) main course 2 (de un acto) main attraction 3 (de un espectáculo) star attraction
    * * *
    (Coc) main course; ( de un espectáculo) pièce de résistance; su conferencia fue el plato fuerte del día his lecture was the high point of the day
    * * *
    (n.) = main dish, strong point, entrée, main entrée
    Ex. Mandarin oranges are little segments of bright citrus flavor suitable for salads, vegetables, main dishes and, of course, desserts.
    Ex. One of the strong points of the DIALOG service is the documentation.
    Ex. It can be made from any mashed starchy vegetable and used as an accompaniment for a meat or fish entree.
    Ex. At least 20 different main entree items, side entree items and appetizers will be made available to taste.
    * * *
    (Coc) main course; ( de un espectáculo) pièce de résistance; su conferencia fue el plato fuerte del día his lecture was the high point of the day
    * * *
    (n.) = main dish, strong point, entrée, main entrée

    Ex: Mandarin oranges are little segments of bright citrus flavor suitable for salads, vegetables, main dishes and, of course, desserts.

    Ex: One of the strong points of the DIALOG service is the documentation.
    Ex: It can be made from any mashed starchy vegetable and used as an accompaniment for a meat or fish entree.
    Ex: At least 20 different main entree items, side entree items and appetizers will be made available to taste.

    Spanish-English dictionary > plato fuerte

  • 151 punto fuerte

    m.
    1 strong point, hard spot.
    2 selling point.
    3 good point, asset, strength.
    * * *
    strong point
    * * *
    (n.) = strength, upside, forte, strong point
    Ex. One particular strength is that it is possible both to specify the area and the subject of the map.
    Ex. The article 'The upside and downside of information highway capitology' compares the writings of optimistic futurists and pessimistic visionaries on the subject of the information superhighway.
    Ex. Statistical analysis has long been a forte of sociological & social research.
    Ex. One of the strong points of the DIALOG service is the documentation.
    * * *
    (n.) = strength, upside, forte, strong point

    Ex: One particular strength is that it is possible both to specify the area and the subject of the map.

    Ex: The article 'The upside and downside of information highway capitology' compares the writings of optimistic futurists and pessimistic visionaries on the subject of the information superhighway.
    Ex: Statistical analysis has long been a forte of sociological & social research.
    Ex: One of the strong points of the DIALOG service is the documentation.

    Spanish-English dictionary > punto fuerte

  • 152 salir a chorros

    to gush forth, gush out
    * * *
    (v.) = gush out, spurt
    Ex. For example, after a fire hydrant has been observed and described, children are addressed as follows: 'What would it feel like to be a fire hydrant? Try it and show how the water gushes out'.
    Ex. Her compositions were combinations of objects and hidden containers of pigment that spurted their contents when struck by bullets.
    * * *
    (v.) = gush out, spurt

    Ex: For example, after a fire hydrant has been observed and described, children are addressed as follows: 'What would it feel like to be a fire hydrant? Try it and show how the water gushes out'.

    Ex: Her compositions were combinations of objects and hidden containers of pigment that spurted their contents when struck by bullets.

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  • 153 salir a flote

    (superar dificultades) to get back on one's feet, get out of difficulty 2 (surgir) to come to the surface, resurface
    * * *
    (v.) = make + ends meet
    Ex. As free Web sites find it increasingly difficult to make ends meet simply with the revenue generated from advertising, they are likely, either to close down or to start charging for access to the site.
    * * *
    (v.) = make + ends meet

    Ex: As free Web sites find it increasingly difficult to make ends meet simply with the revenue generated from advertising, they are likely, either to close down or to start charging for access to the site.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir a flote

  • 154 salir a la luz

    to come out
    * * *
    [secreto]to come to light; [libro, disco]to come out
    * * *
    (v.) = come to + light, go + live
    Ex. A further disquieting feature which came to light was the number of people who did not approach staff for help.
    Ex. The article 'BookTrack on track for lift off' discusses BookTrack, Whitaker's electronic project, which is about to go live = El artículo 'BookTrack listo para despegar' trata de BookTrack, el proyecto electrónico de Whitaker, que está a punto de salir a la luz.
    * * *
    (v.) = come to + light, go + live

    Ex: A further disquieting feature which came to light was the number of people who did not approach staff for help.

    Ex: The article 'BookTrack on track for lift off' discusses BookTrack, Whitaker's electronic project, which is about to go live = El artículo 'BookTrack listo para despegar' trata de BookTrack, el proyecto electrónico de Whitaker, que está a punto de salir a la luz.

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  • 155 salir a la palestra

    to come forward
    * * *
    (v.) = come out in + the open
    Ex. The contradictions within the rural society of the nineteenth century came out in the open with the revolts of the summer of 1857.
    * * *
    (v.) = come out in + the open

    Ex: The contradictions within the rural society of the nineteenth century came out in the open with the revolts of the summer of 1857.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir a la palestra

  • 156 salir a subasta

    to be up for auction
    * * *
    (v.) = come up for + auction
    Ex. When Captain Cook's 'Endeavour' journal came up for auction in London, in 1923, it was keenly sought by many libraries.
    * * *
    (v.) = come up for + auction

    Ex: When Captain Cook's 'Endeavour' journal came up for auction in London, in 1923, it was keenly sought by many libraries.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir a subasta

  • 157 salir adelante

    v.
    to come through, to come ahead, to become solvent again, to come out well.
    * * *
    to be successful
    * * *
    (v.) = make + ends meet, keep + the wolves from the door, get + unstuck
    Ex. As free Web sites find it increasingly difficult to make ends meet simply with the revenue generated from advertising, they are likely, either to close down or to start charging for access to the site.
    Ex. Some can afford this as they are semi-retired or have other sources of income to keep the wolves from the door.
    Ex. In addition, students can use the glossary to get 'unstuck' while learning.
    * * *
    (v.) = make + ends meet, keep + the wolves from the door, get + unstuck

    Ex: As free Web sites find it increasingly difficult to make ends meet simply with the revenue generated from advertising, they are likely, either to close down or to start charging for access to the site.

    Ex: Some can afford this as they are semi-retired or have other sources of income to keep the wolves from the door.
    Ex: In addition, students can use the glossary to get 'unstuck' while learning.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir adelante

  • 158 salir airoso

    v.
    to succeed, to pull through, to carry the day, to make out OK.
    * * *
    to do well, be successful
    * * *
    (v.) = pass + muster, pass with + flying colours
    Ex. The one treaty that failed to pass muster concerned the protection of databases.
    Ex. There's nothing flimsy about these leather boots, put them to the test this season - they'll pass with flying colours.
    * * *
    (v.) = pass + muster, pass with + flying colours

    Ex: The one treaty that failed to pass muster concerned the protection of databases.

    Ex: There's nothing flimsy about these leather boots, put them to the test this season - they'll pass with flying colours.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir airoso

  • 159 salir de

    v.
    1 to get out of, to come out from, to come out of, to leave.
    Salí de un gran apuro I got out of a great trouble.
    Ellos salieron de la tienda They came out of the store.
    2 to leave from, to depart from, to pull out from.
    Salimos del aeropuerto We departed from the airport.
    3 to get out of, to break out of, to free oneself from, to get free from.
    Salí de un gran apuro I got out of a great trouble.
    4 to abandon.
    Salí de la universidad I abandoned the university.
    5 to appear from.
    6 to go out, to go.
    Salir de pesca, de cacería, de compras Go out fishing, hunting, shopping...
    * * *
    (v.) = get out of, walk out of, climb out of, break out of, break through, strike out from
    Ex. 'I better get out of here before I wind up with more jobs!' Rachel Bough gave a short laugh.
    Ex. As she walked out of the library, he warned her 'cast no clout till May is out'.
    Ex. As regards the construction of large libraries Sweden has begun climbing out of the trough which it entered in the 1970s.
    Ex. Librarians must make an effort to break out of their insularity by imbibing foreign experience.
    Ex. Is there a glass ceiling for librarians? If so, what's the best way to break through it?.
    Ex. It was sung by immigrants as they struck out from distant shores and pioneers who pushed westward against an unforgiving wilderness.
    * * *
    (v.) = get out of, walk out of, climb out of, break out of, break through, strike out from

    Ex: 'I better get out of here before I wind up with more jobs!' Rachel Bough gave a short laugh.

    Ex: As she walked out of the library, he warned her 'cast no clout till May is out'.
    Ex: As regards the construction of large libraries Sweden has begun climbing out of the trough which it entered in the 1970s.
    Ex: Librarians must make an effort to break out of their insularity by imbibing foreign experience.
    Ex: Is there a glass ceiling for librarians? If so, what's the best way to break through it?.
    Ex: It was sung by immigrants as they struck out from distant shores and pioneers who pushed westward against an unforgiving wilderness.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir de

  • 160 salir desapercibido

    (v.) = sneak out of
    Ex. The temptation will be for the borrower to bypass the issue desk and sneak out of the library with his chosen books = El usuario se sentirá tentado a eludir el mostrador de préstamo y salir inadvertidamente de la biblioteca con los libros que quiere.
    * * *

    Ex: The temptation will be for the borrower to bypass the issue desk and sneak out of the library with his chosen books = El usuario se sentirá tentado a eludir el mostrador de préstamo y salir inadvertidamente de la biblioteca con los libros que quiere.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir desapercibido

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