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  • 781 de este modo, de esta forma, de esta manera

    Ex. In this way, the need for a strong central organization is reduced, though it still exists = De este modo, se reduce la necesidad de una organización central fuerte, aunque ésta aún siga existiendo.
    * * *

    Ex: In this way, the need for a strong central organization is reduced, though it still exists = De este modo, se reduce la necesidad de una organización central fuerte, aunque ésta aún siga existiendo.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de este modo, de esta forma, de esta manera

  • 782 de parte de

    on behalf of, from
    * * *
    = on behalf of [in behalf of; on + Nombre + behalf], in + Nombre + behalf [in/on behalf of]
    Ex. The searcher is an information worker trying to extract documents or information on behalf of someone else.
    Ex. So I feel, in Mr. Kilgour's behalf, that everybody should understand that OCLC is a bunch of individuals.
    * * *
    = on behalf of [in behalf of; on + Nombre + behalf], in + Nombre + behalf [in/on behalf of]

    Ex: The searcher is an information worker trying to extract documents or information on behalf of someone else.

    Ex: So I feel, in Mr. Kilgour's behalf, that everybody should understand that OCLC is a bunch of individuals.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de parte de

  • 783 demasiado tiempo

    adv.
    too long, too much time.
    * * *
    too long
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    Ex. A user may reject a document because it is in a language that he cannot read or because it was written too long ago.
    * * *

    Ex: A user may reject a document because it is in a language that he cannot read or because it was written too long ago.

    Spanish-English dictionary > demasiado tiempo

  • 784 desde entonces

    adv.
    ever since, from that time on, ever after, from that time.
    * * *
    since then
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    = ever since, henceforth, in the interim, since, since that time, since then, henceforward, ever since then, ever since then, thenceforth, in the intervening years, ever after, in the intervening period, since that day
    Ex. By the 1820s good white paper was regularly produced with the aid of chlorine bleaches, and the process has been used in the manufacture of virtually all white paper ever since.
    Ex. Henceforth the inventory function was no longer to be a part of the functions of the library's catalog.
    Ex. In the interim there has been considerable activity in developing guidelines for catalogue headings and in compiling authority lists.
    Ex. It has since been echoed repeatedly in the discussion of cataloging despite the persuasive and decisive refutation of it by Panizzi before the Royal Commission.
    Ex. This practice has been adopted by a number of national cataloguing codes promulgated since that time.
    Ex. Since then library planning has developed along lines best suited to British practise and needs.
    Ex. Originally the advent of on-line interactive searches was hailed by some as a boon to users who could henceforward conduct their own searches.
    Ex. Ever since then, numerous materials have been tried for producing types, including baked mud, wood engraving, copper, tin, and lead.
    Ex. Ever since then, numerous materials have been tried for producing types, including baked mud, wood engraving, copper, tin, and lead.
    Ex. From 1751 to 1766 he copied out the details of all the various processes in two books, which were thenceforth kept in the factory's archives.
    Ex. In the intervening years reference collections and reference services have changed greatly with the introduction of electronic media.
    Ex. The author focuses on debunking the Cinderella Myth -- that relates the tale of Cinderella who is abused and exploited until she finds Prince Charming and lives happily ever after.
    Ex. The present survey involved contacting the same libraries and institutions in order to see what changes had taken place in the intervening period.
    Ex. A lot has been written about the plunge in consumer confidence since that day.
    * * *
    = ever since, henceforth, in the interim, since, since that time, since then, henceforward, ever since then, ever since then, thenceforth, in the intervening years, ever after, in the intervening period, since that day

    Ex: By the 1820s good white paper was regularly produced with the aid of chlorine bleaches, and the process has been used in the manufacture of virtually all white paper ever since.

    Ex: Henceforth the inventory function was no longer to be a part of the functions of the library's catalog.
    Ex: In the interim there has been considerable activity in developing guidelines for catalogue headings and in compiling authority lists.
    Ex: It has since been echoed repeatedly in the discussion of cataloging despite the persuasive and decisive refutation of it by Panizzi before the Royal Commission.
    Ex: This practice has been adopted by a number of national cataloguing codes promulgated since that time.
    Ex: Since then library planning has developed along lines best suited to British practise and needs.
    Ex: Originally the advent of on-line interactive searches was hailed by some as a boon to users who could henceforward conduct their own searches.
    Ex: Ever since then, numerous materials have been tried for producing types, including baked mud, wood engraving, copper, tin, and lead.
    Ex: Ever since then, numerous materials have been tried for producing types, including baked mud, wood engraving, copper, tin, and lead.
    Ex: From 1751 to 1766 he copied out the details of all the various processes in two books, which were thenceforth kept in the factory's archives.
    Ex: In the intervening years reference collections and reference services have changed greatly with the introduction of electronic media.
    Ex: The author focuses on debunking the Cinderella Myth -- that relates the tale of Cinderella who is abused and exploited until she finds Prince Charming and lives happily ever after.
    Ex: The present survey involved contacting the same libraries and institutions in order to see what changes had taken place in the intervening period.
    Ex: A lot has been written about the plunge in consumer confidence since that day.

    Spanish-English dictionary > desde entonces

  • 785 desde hace varios años + Presente

    = for several years + Pretérito Perfecto
    Ex. For several years the library has had a successful arrangement with a local bookstore to supply it with unusual and important local material that would otherwise fall through the net of its collection development effort = Desde hace varios años, la biblioteca mantiene un acuerdo satisfactorio con una librería local para que le suministre fondo local importante y poco común que, de otro modo, se le escaparía en el desarrollo de la colección.
    * * *
    = for several years + Pretérito Perfecto

    Ex: For several years the library has had a successful arrangement with a local bookstore to supply it with unusual and important local material that would otherwise fall through the net of its collection development effort = Desde hace varios años, la biblioteca mantiene un acuerdo satisfactorio con una librería local para que le suministre fondo local importante y poco común que, de otro modo, se le escaparía en el desarrollo de la colección.

    Spanish-English dictionary > desde hace varios años + Presente

  • 786 desde lejos

    adv.
    from afar, from a long way off, from a distance, from far away.
    * * *
    from a distance
    * * *
    = from a distance, from afar
    Ex. From a distance she gives the impression of being as hard as nails.
    Ex. Experts from afar can be drawn into virtual classrooms to stimulate deeper learning from extended interaction.
    * * *
    = from a distance, from afar

    Ex: From a distance she gives the impression of being as hard as nails.

    Ex: Experts from afar can be drawn into virtual classrooms to stimulate deeper learning from extended interaction.

    Spanish-English dictionary > desde lejos

  • 787 desde que el mundo es mundo

    since the beginning of time
    * * *
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    = from the beginning of time, since the beginning of time, since time began
    Ex. From the beginning of time, technology has been a key element in the growth and development of societies.
    Ex. Since the beginning of time, the buttocks have always been one of the two most important determinants of the beauty of the female torso.
    Ex. Since time began there has never been a conscientious objector in the war between the sexes.
    * * *
    = from the beginning of time, since the beginning of time, since time began

    Ex: From the beginning of time, technology has been a key element in the growth and development of societies.

    Ex: Since the beginning of time, the buttocks have always been one of the two most important determinants of the beauty of the female torso.
    Ex: Since time began there has never been a conscientious objector in the war between the sexes.

    Spanish-English dictionary > desde que el mundo es mundo

  • 788 desde un punto de vista ecológico

    Ex. Microform catalogs take up less room and are more sound ecologically since you don't have to chop down half of Canada everytime you make a large catalog = Los catálogos de microformas ocupan menos espacio y son más acertados desde un punto de vista ecológico ya que no tienes que talar la mitad de Canadá cada vez que hagas un catálogo grande.
    * * *

    Ex: Microform catalogs take up less room and are more sound ecologically since you don't have to chop down half of Canada everytime you make a large catalog = Los catálogos de microformas ocupan menos espacio y son más acertados desde un punto de vista ecológico ya que no tienes que talar la mitad de Canadá cada vez que hagas un catálogo grande.

    Spanish-English dictionary > desde un punto de vista ecológico

  • 789 durante este tiempo

    Ex. In this time toy libraries have loaned many hundreds of toys to children and their families all around the country = Durante este tiempo, las ludotecas han prestado miles de juguetes a los niños y sus familias de todo el país.
    * * *

    Ex: In this time toy libraries have loaned many hundreds of toys to children and their families all around the country = Durante este tiempo, las ludotecas han prestado miles de juguetes a los niños y sus familias de todo el país.

    Spanish-English dictionary > durante este tiempo

  • 790 durante todo + Tiempo

    = all through + Tiempo
    Ex. Labor continued to strive for better working conditions, shorter hours, and better pay all through the 1800s and early 1900s.
    * * *
    = all through + Tiempo

    Ex: Labor continued to strive for better working conditions, shorter hours, and better pay all through the 1800s and early 1900s.

    Spanish-English dictionary > durante todo + Tiempo

  • 791 el tiempo es oro

    figurado time is money
    * * *
    * * *
    Ex. One of the cartoons shows a shaggy-haired scientist working at the blackboard with a caption that reads ' Time is money'.
    * * *

    Ex: One of the cartoons shows a shaggy-haired scientist working at the blackboard with a caption that reads ' Time is money'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > el tiempo es oro

  • 792 en cuestión de + Tiempo

    = in a matter of + Tiempo, within a matter of + Tiempo
    Ex. A serious omission or duplication in a page of prose, for instance, might necessitate the rejustification of dozens of lines, whereas if the mistake had been spotted in the stick it could have been set right in a matter of moments.
    Ex. A new study finds genetic manipulation can turn the homosexual behavior of fruit flies on and off within a matter of hours.
    * * *
    = in a matter of + Tiempo, within a matter of + Tiempo

    Ex: A serious omission or duplication in a page of prose, for instance, might necessitate the rejustification of dozens of lines, whereas if the mistake had been spotted in the stick it could have been set right in a matter of moments.

    Ex: A new study finds genetic manipulation can turn the homosexual behavior of fruit flies on and off within a matter of hours.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en cuestión de + Tiempo

  • 793 en la parte trasera

    at the back
    * * *
    = in the back, at the rear
    Ex. The attackers shot the nun three times in the back before fleeing the scene.
    Ex. There are 5 emergency exits on this plane two at the rear two in the middle and one at the front of the plane.
    * * *
    = in the back, at the rear

    Ex: The attackers shot the nun three times in the back before fleeing the scene.

    Ex: There are 5 emergency exits on this plane two at the rear two in the middle and one at the front of the plane.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en la parte trasera

  • 794 en la variedad está el gusto

    Spanish-English dictionary > en la variedad está el gusto

  • 795 en los últimos + Tiempo

    = in the past + Tiempo
    Ex. In the past 20 years many important changes have occurred in libraries and information centres and job advertisements are indicators of change in the information world.
    * * *
    = in the past + Tiempo

    Ex: In the past 20 years many important changes have occurred in libraries and information centres and job advertisements are indicators of change in the information world.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en los últimos + Tiempo

  • 796 en ninguna parte

    nowhere
    * * *
    Ex. Nowhere may a man acquire more honor than by taking a part in a work that enlarges the hope of the free world that it may be led in the ways of wisdom, whose 'ways are ways of pleasantness and all her paths are peace'.
    * * *

    Ex: Nowhere may a man acquire more honor than by taking a part in a work that enlarges the hope of the free world that it may be led in the ways of wisdom, whose 'ways are ways of pleasantness and all her paths are peace'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en ninguna parte

  • 797 en parte

    partly
    * * *
    * * *
    = in part, part of the way, partial, partially, partly
    Ex. Cartographic materials are, according to AACR2, all the materials that represent, in whole or in part, the earth or any celestial body.
    Ex. In such cases he is directed only part of the way to the location of the specific class he really wants.
    Ex. Any other indication of document content, such as classification notation or alphabetical subject headings are partial representations of content.
    Ex. This particular problem can at least be partially remedied by giving titles in addition to document numbers.
    Ex. In practice, many cataloguers favour the direct catalogue partly because it is simpler for the cataloguer to compile.
    * * *
    = in part, part of the way, partial, partially, partly

    Ex: Cartographic materials are, according to AACR2, all the materials that represent, in whole or in part, the earth or any celestial body.

    Ex: In such cases he is directed only part of the way to the location of the specific class he really wants.
    Ex: Any other indication of document content, such as classification notation or alphabetical subject headings are partial representations of content.
    Ex: This particular problem can at least be partially remedied by giving titles in addition to document numbers.
    Ex: In practice, many cataloguers favour the direct catalogue partly because it is simpler for the cataloguer to compile.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en parte

  • 798 formar parte de

    to be part of
    * * *
    (v.) = be part of, build into, enter into, become + (a) part of, be a part of, inhere in, become + one with, inform, fall under
    Ex. This is transparently part of the ideology of the title-unit-entry catalog where the book as such is the focus of the catalog.
    Ex. Carlton Duncan discussed the difficulties built into the educational processes which led to under-performance at school and the resulting low representation in higher education and low entry into the professions.
    Ex. A girl stroked its keys and it emitted recognizable speech; no human vocal chords entered into the procedure at any point.
    Ex. By serving the needs of the lower socioeconomic groups, the public library is seen as becoming itself part of the process of social change rather than a passive mirror of mankind.
    Ex. Librarians have to work, to some extent, within the constraints of the organization of which they are a part.
    Ex. A literary work represents intellectual skill or labour in which intellectual property can inhere.
    Ex. Information services are becoming one with consumer electronics appliances, cable TV, and telephone service.
    Ex. In so far as it embodies moral intelligence and psychic insight it may inform the moral will, be 'the soul of our moral being'.
    Ex. It is the type of compound that is of primary importance to researchers in chemistry, not the total sum of individual compounds that fall under it.
    * * *
    (v.) = be part of, build into, enter into, become + (a) part of, be a part of, inhere in, become + one with, inform, fall under

    Ex: This is transparently part of the ideology of the title-unit-entry catalog where the book as such is the focus of the catalog.

    Ex: Carlton Duncan discussed the difficulties built into the educational processes which led to under-performance at school and the resulting low representation in higher education and low entry into the professions.
    Ex: A girl stroked its keys and it emitted recognizable speech; no human vocal chords entered into the procedure at any point.
    Ex: By serving the needs of the lower socioeconomic groups, the public library is seen as becoming itself part of the process of social change rather than a passive mirror of mankind.
    Ex: Librarians have to work, to some extent, within the constraints of the organization of which they are a part.
    Ex: A literary work represents intellectual skill or labour in which intellectual property can inhere.
    Ex: Information services are becoming one with consumer electronics appliances, cable TV, and telephone service.
    Ex: In so far as it embodies moral intelligence and psychic insight it may inform the moral will, be 'the soul of our moral being'.
    Ex: It is the type of compound that is of primary importance to researchers in chemistry, not the total sum of individual compounds that fall under it.

    Spanish-English dictionary > formar parte de

  • 799 ganar tiempo

    v.
    to save time, to gain time, to get more time, to make good time.
    * * *
    to save time
    * * *
    (v.) = win + time, buy + time, free up + time
    Ex. EURODICAUTOM is a dictionary which is invaluable to translators as a means of winning them more time to develop the stylistic aspects of their work and it also ensures the necessary concordance of vocabulary for use within the Community institutions.
    Ex. Companies mounted a successful campaign for federal preemption of all local moratoriums that communities had used to buy more time to assess issues, risks, and opportunities.
    Ex. In fact, our survey uncovered that 80 percent of respondents are using the Internet to free up time in their busy schedules by paying bills online.
    * * *
    (v.) = win + time, buy + time, free up + time

    Ex: EURODICAUTOM is a dictionary which is invaluable to translators as a means of winning them more time to develop the stylistic aspects of their work and it also ensures the necessary concordance of vocabulary for use within the Community institutions.

    Ex: Companies mounted a successful campaign for federal preemption of all local moratoriums that communities had used to buy more time to assess issues, risks, and opportunities.
    Ex: In fact, our survey uncovered that 80 percent of respondents are using the Internet to free up time in their busy schedules by paying bills online.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ganar tiempo

  • 800 hasta hace + Tiempo

    = up until + Tiempo
    Ex. Up until ten years ago, the status of library professionals made it difficult to consolidate the identity of the profession and affected the growth and virtuality of the professional associations.
    * * *
    = up until + Tiempo

    Ex: Up until ten years ago, the status of library professionals made it difficult to consolidate the identity of the profession and affected the growth and virtuality of the professional associations.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hasta hace + Tiempo

См. также в других словарях:

  • tiempo — sustantivo masculino 1. Duración de las cosas sujetas a cambio o de los seres cuya existencia no es infinita. 2. Periodo cuya duración se especifica; si no se determina se entiende que es largo: Este trabajo les llevará poco tiempo. Esta película …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • parte — sustantivo femenino 1. Elemento o cosa que contribuye a formar un todo o resulta de descomponerlo: Una parte del grupo se separó. Dividieron el premio en partes. El niño guardó una parte del pastel. Se quemó parte del bosque. parte alícuota. 2.… …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • Tiempo — (Del lat. tempus, oris.) ► sustantivo masculino 1 Sucesión de instantes en los que se desarrollan los cambios de las cosas: ■ he perdido la noción del tiempo. SINÓNIMO momento 2 Cualquier período o espacio más o menos largo: ■ tardaré mucho… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Parte — (Del lat. pars, tis.) ► sustantivo femenino 1 Porción indeterminada de un todo: ■ buena parte del electorado se abstuvo; una parte del edificio está en ruinas. SINÓNIMO fracción porción 2 Lo que le toca a cada uno en el reparto de una cosa: ■ a… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • tiempo — {{#}}{{LM SynT38710}}{{〓}} {{CLAVE T37769}}{{\}}{{CLAVE}}{{/}}{{\}}SINÓNIMOS Y ANTÓNIMOS:{{/}} {{[}}tiempo{{]}} {{《}}▍ s.m.{{》}} = {{<}}1{{>}} época • temporada • estación (del año) = {{<}}2{{>}} oportunidad • ocasión • momento • vez =… …   Diccionario de uso del español actual con sinónimos y antónimos

  • parte — (Del lat. pars, partis). 1. f. Porción indeterminada de un todo. 2. Cantidad o porción especial o determinada de un agregado numeroso. 3. Porción que le corresponde a alguien en cualquier reparto o distribución. 4. sitio (ǁ lugar). 5. Cada una de …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • tiempo — (Del lat. tempus). 1. m. Duración de las cosas sujetas a mudanza. 2. Magnitud física que permite ordenar la secuencia de los sucesos, estableciendo un pasado, un presente y un futuro. Su unidad en el Sistema Internacional es el segundo. 3. Parte… …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • desde — (Del lat. de ex, desde dentro de + prep. de.) ► preposición 1 Indica el tiempo o el lugar a partir del cual se realiza una acción o se cuenta una distancia: ■ desde mi balcón se ve el mar; desde el verano pasado no la he visto. TAMBIÉN dende… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Tiempo compartido (vacaciones) — Este artículo o sección necesita referencias que aparezcan en una publicación acreditada, como revistas especializadas, monografías, prensa diaria o páginas de Internet fidedignas. Puedes añadirlas así o avisar …   Wikipedia Español

  • Tiempo final (Fox) — Para otros usos de este término, véase Tiempo final (desambiguación). Tiempo final es una serie de televisión producida por Fox Latinoamérica en coproducción con Fox Telecolombia, basada en la serie argentina homónima. Fue íntegramente realizada… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Desde Gayola — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda NOCTURNINOS Título original Títulos en otras lenguas {{{Título (País)}}} …   Wikipedia Español

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