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  • 1 conveniencia

    f.
    1 usefulness.
    2 convenience.
    sólo mira su conveniencia he only looks after his own interests
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    1 (utilidad) usefulness
    2 (oportunidad) suitability, advisability
    3 (provecho) interest, benefit
    4 (convenio) agreement
    \
    faltar a las conveniencias not to keep social conventions
    conveniencias sociales social conventions
    matrimonio de conveniencia marriage of convenience
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    noun f.
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    SF
    1) (=utilidad) [de una acción] advisability

    ser de la conveniencia de algn — to be convenient to sb, suit sb

    2) (=provecho propio)

    por conveniencia: lo hace por conveniencia — he does it because it suits him o because it's in his own interest(s)

    bandera 1), matrimonio 1), pabellón 7)
    3) pl conveniencias (=propiedad) property sing ; (=renta) income sing ; [de criado] perquisites
    4) (=acuerdo) agreement
    5) (=puesto) domestic post, job as a servant
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    1) (interés, provecho)

    se casó por convenienciahe made o it was a marriage of convenience

    2) (de proyecto, acción) advisability
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    = adequacy, advisability, convenience, desirability, expediency, suitability, fitness, desirableness, cosiness [coziness, -USA], reasonability.
    Ex. A critical abstract normally comments the adequacy of experimentation and survey methodology.
    Ex. He convinced our new president to have the board discuss the advisability of programming at all, especially since we had a film showing last month that drew only three people.
    Ex. Ironically, the most dangerous bias exists because of the usefulness and convenience of books themselves.
    Ex. Many people working on code revision and a lot of our catalogers are well aware of the desirability of getting catalog data distributed speedily.
    Ex. And we have all of the ingredients for the creation of an atmosphere in which the proponents of expediency could couch their arguments in terms of cost effectiveness.
    Ex. The features which contribute to UDC's suitability for detailed indexing are particularly valued in special libraries.
    Ex. In evaluating the fitness of certain items for inclusion or exclusion in bibliographies it could, indeed, be argued that 'control' could be thought of as a repressive, censoring, device.
    Ex. Its title deserves giving in full: 'The desirableness of establishing personal intercourse and relations between librarians and readers in popular libraries'.
    Ex. The 1st impression of cosiness is dispelled on closer examination, which reveals gross overcrowding in staff working areas.
    Ex. A major objective of this project was also to demonstrate both the possibility and the reasonability of using handheld technology = Además, uno de los principales objetivos de este proyecto fue demostrar la posibilidad y la conveniencia de utilizar tecnología portátil para simplificar y normalizar el proceso de recogida de datos.
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    * matrimonio de conveniencia = marriage of convenience.
    * por conveniencia = for convenience, for the sake of + convenience.
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    1) (interés, provecho)

    se casó por convenienciahe made o it was a marriage of convenience

    2) (de proyecto, acción) advisability
    * * *
    = adequacy, advisability, convenience, desirability, expediency, suitability, fitness, desirableness, cosiness [coziness, -USA], reasonability.

    Ex: A critical abstract normally comments the adequacy of experimentation and survey methodology.

    Ex: He convinced our new president to have the board discuss the advisability of programming at all, especially since we had a film showing last month that drew only three people.
    Ex: Ironically, the most dangerous bias exists because of the usefulness and convenience of books themselves.
    Ex: Many people working on code revision and a lot of our catalogers are well aware of the desirability of getting catalog data distributed speedily.
    Ex: And we have all of the ingredients for the creation of an atmosphere in which the proponents of expediency could couch their arguments in terms of cost effectiveness.
    Ex: The features which contribute to UDC's suitability for detailed indexing are particularly valued in special libraries.
    Ex: In evaluating the fitness of certain items for inclusion or exclusion in bibliographies it could, indeed, be argued that 'control' could be thought of as a repressive, censoring, device.
    Ex: Its title deserves giving in full: 'The desirableness of establishing personal intercourse and relations between librarians and readers in popular libraries'.
    Ex: The 1st impression of cosiness is dispelled on closer examination, which reveals gross overcrowding in staff working areas.
    Ex: A major objective of this project was also to demonstrate both the possibility and the reasonability of using handheld technology = Además, uno de los principales objetivos de este proyecto fue demostrar la posibilidad y la conveniencia de utilizar tecnología portátil para simplificar y normalizar el proceso de recogida de datos.
    * matrimonio de conveniencia = marriage of convenience.
    * por conveniencia = for convenience, for the sake of + convenience.

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    A
    (interés, provecho): sólo piensa en su conveniencia personal he only thinks of his own interests
    te hizo el favor por conveniencia she only did you the favor because it was in her own interest
    se casó por conveniencia he made o it was a marriage of convenience
    Compuesto:
    fpl social conventions (pl)
    B (de un proyecto, una acción) advisability
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    conveniencia sustantivo femenino
    a) (interés, provecho):


    lo hizo por conveniencia she only did it because it was in her own interest;
    se casó por conveniencia it was a marriage of convenience

    c) (de proyecto, acción) advisability

    conveniencia sustantivo femenino
    1 (interés) benefit
    2 (provecho) advisability, convenience
    ' conveniencia' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    discusión
    - haber
    - polemizar
    - comodidad
    English:
    convenience
    - handiness
    - marriage
    - wisdom
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    1. [utilidad] usefulness;
    [oportunidad] suitability
    2. [interés] convenience;
    sólo mira su conveniencia he only looks after his own interests;
    un matrimonio de conveniencia a marriage of convenience
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    f
    1 de hacer algo advisability
    2
    :
    hacer algo por conveniencia to do sth in one’s own interest;
    matrimonio de conveniencia marriage of convenience
    * * *
    1) : convenience
    2) : fitness, suitability, advisability

    Spanish-English dictionary > conveniencia

  • 2 dispositivo de detección de robos

    Ex. The head of the circulation was asked to investigate the desirability of theft detection devices and to answer questions about their legality and health risk.
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    Ex: The head of the circulation was asked to investigate the desirability of theft detection devices and to answer questions about their legality and health risk.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dispositivo de detección de robos

  • 3 hacer Algo muy bien

    (v.) = do + an excellent job of, make + an excellent job of
    Ex. Her editorial does an excellent job of bringing to light the issues facing libraries, authors, and library patrons regarding the possibility and desirability of a single international copyright law.
    Ex. For many years, however, librarians have made use of several firms of library binders who make an excellent job of rebinding damaged library books.
    * * *
    (v.) = do + an excellent job of, make + an excellent job of

    Ex: Her editorial does an excellent job of bringing to light the issues facing libraries, authors, and library patrons regarding the possibility and desirability of a single international copyright law.

    Ex: For many years, however, librarians have made use of several firms of library binders who make an excellent job of rebinding damaged library books.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacer Algo muy bien

  • 4 inhibidor

    adj.
    inhibitory, restraining.
    m.
    inhibitor, suppressant, suppresser, suppressor.
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    1.
    2.
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    - dora adjetivo inhibiting (before n)
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    = inhibiting, inhibitor, restraining, dopant.
    Ex. This, of course, assumes that we consider the concept Primary Schools to be the inhibiting factor in the initial search.
    Ex. All considerations of changing or developing curricula have to take account of inadequacies and inflexibilities in this area as probably the most potent inhibitors of change.
    Ex. The author discusses the driving and restraining forces affecting the probability and desirability of interaction between the school and the public library in providing library services to children.
    Ex. The exposed part is changed by the radiation or a dopant can be applied to join individual components together.
    * * *
    - dora adjetivo inhibiting (before n)
    * * *
    = inhibiting, inhibitor, restraining, dopant.

    Ex: This, of course, assumes that we consider the concept Primary Schools to be the inhibiting factor in the initial search.

    Ex: All considerations of changing or developing curricula have to take account of inadequacies and inflexibilities in this area as probably the most potent inhibitors of change.
    Ex: The author discusses the driving and restraining forces affecting the probability and desirability of interaction between the school and the public library in providing library services to children.
    Ex: The exposed part is changed by the radiation or a dopant can be applied to join individual components together.

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    inhibiting ( before n)
    inhibitor
    inhibidor del crecimiento growth inhibitor
    inhibidor del apetito appetite depressant

    Spanish-English dictionary > inhibidor

  • 5 integral1

    1 = integral, all-inclusive, all-embracing, embracing, all-encompassing, encompassing.
    Ex. The article 'Closing the gap between desirability and achievability' argues for a more central and integral role for the library on campus.
    Ex. It is not an all-inclusive listing of materials on this topic.
    Ex. Some databases are very all-embracing in their coverage and attempt to provide comprehensive coverage of entire disciplines.
    Ex. What is needed is an embracing approach to guarantee freedom for Palestine and legitimacy for Israel.
    Ex. In publishing itself there is little use made of the all-encompassing schemes such as Dewey or the Library of Congress.
    Ex. By drawing Russia into an encompassing coalition with Europe and other powers, the risk of conflict will be diminished.
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    * Cuadro de Mando Integral (CMI) = Balanced Scorecard (BSC).
    * ecuación integral = integral equation.
    * formar parte integral = form + an integral part.

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  • 6 legalidad

    f.
    legality.
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    1 (de una acción etc) legality, lawfulness
    \
    la legalidad vigente the law as it stands
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    SF legality, lawfulness
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    femenino (de acto, medida) legality; ( conjunto de leyes) law
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    Ex. The head of the circulation was asked to investigate the desirability of theft detection devices and to answer questions about their legality and health risk.
    * * *
    femenino (de acto, medida) legality; ( conjunto de leyes) law
    * * *

    Ex: The head of the circulation was asked to investigate the desirability of theft detection devices and to answer questions about their legality and health risk.

    * * *
    1 (de un acto, una medida) legality, lawfulness
    la legalidad vigente current legislation
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    legalidad sustantivo femenino legality
    ' legalidad' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    validez
    English:
    legality
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    1. [conjunto de leyes] legislation, law;
    según la legalidad vigente according to current legislation, as the law stands at the moment;
    dentro de la legalidad within the law, legal
    2. [cualidad de legal] legality, lawfulness;
    la legalidad de una medida the legality o lawfulness of a measure
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    f legality
    * * *
    : legality, lawfulness

    Spanish-English dictionary > legalidad

  • 7 limitador

    adj.
    limitative, restrictive.
    m.
    1 one who limits, circumscriber.
    2 limiter.
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    SM (Aut) limiter
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    = limiting, restrictor, restraining.
    Ex. Such a concept came as a great surprise to many information educators who rather dismissively regarded the information qua information field of activity as being too limited.
    Ex. When you use a restrictor in your query, you direct the system to search a predefined subset of records instead of the entire database.
    Ex. The author discusses the driving and restraining forces affecting the probability and desirability of interaction between the school and the public library in providing library services to children.
    * * *
    = limiting, restrictor, restraining.

    Ex: Such a concept came as a great surprise to many information educators who rather dismissively regarded the information qua information field of activity as being too limited.

    Ex: When you use a restrictor in your query, you direct the system to search a predefined subset of records instead of the entire database.
    Ex: The author discusses the driving and restraining forces affecting the probability and desirability of interaction between the school and the public library in providing library services to children.

    * * *
    limiter
    Compuestos:
    acoustic limiter
    call limiter
    speed limiter
    * * *
    Elec limiter, clipper limitador de corriente current limiter

    Spanish-English dictionary > limitador

  • 8 poner de manifiesto

    to make evident
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    (v.) = bring into + relief, highlight, show, state, throw into + relief, throw up, evince, illustrate, underscore, underline, emphasise [emphasize, -USA], bring to + light, make + it + clear, lay + bare, provide + insight into, reveal, flag + Nombre + up
    Ex. They can bring into relief differing conditions in member countries and they often lend weight to arguments for or against various policy options.
    Ex. In each case the object of the discussion will be to highlight what appear to be the significant aspects, particularly those concerning the background which affect the nature of the scheme.
    Ex. This shows a record in an abstracts based bibliographic data base.
    Ex. Short abstracts are generally preferred, but there are instances where the most effective approach is to cite the original unamended, and to state that this is what has been done.
    Ex. The employment of machines, far from replacing man, can serve to enhance his social value and status by throwing into relief those human tasks that machines cannot perform.
    Ex. Demands from clients will often throw up an occurrence of similar problems, revealing perhaps the operation of an injustice, the lack of an amenity in the neighbourhood, or simply bureaucratic inefficiency.
    Ex. New computer based technologies are evincing revolutionary changes in the educational curriculum for schools of library and information science.
    Ex. The presence of eggshells, faecal pellets, and silk threads in association with a mite-like animal illustrates a complex ecosystem.
    Ex. All I wanted to underscore with these four horror stories is that the judicious, discretionary assignment of added entries can either powerfully inhibit or promote access to the documents.
    Ex. Word processing packages must be able to permit the user to manipulate test, as is necessary in alignment of margins, insertion and deletion of paragraphs, arrange for text to appear in the centre of the page and underline.
    Ex. Analytical cataloguing aims to emphasise the content of documents, rather than relying entirely upon cataloguing whole works.
    Ex. Her editorial does an excellent job of bringing to light the issues facing libraries, authors, and library patrons regarding the possibility and desirability of a single international copyright law.
    Ex. Simple linking of Students and Attitudes would still not make it clear whether it was the attitudes 'of' or 'towards' Students.
    Ex. The aim of this article is to lay bare the causes of this state of affairs.
    Ex. This article reports the findings of an investigation which was conducted in order to determine if either the impact factor or the immediacy index provide useful insights into the qualitative relations among scientific journals.
    Ex. A study of the major general schemes reveals a wide gulf between theory, as outlined in the previous chapter, and practice, as reflected in the major schemes.
    Ex. If you spot an error then flag it up to your bank promptly and insist they take action to rectify it.
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    (v.) = bring into + relief, highlight, show, state, throw into + relief, throw up, evince, illustrate, underscore, underline, emphasise [emphasize, -USA], bring to + light, make + it + clear, lay + bare, provide + insight into, reveal, flag + Nombre + up

    Ex: They can bring into relief differing conditions in member countries and they often lend weight to arguments for or against various policy options.

    Ex: In each case the object of the discussion will be to highlight what appear to be the significant aspects, particularly those concerning the background which affect the nature of the scheme.
    Ex: This shows a record in an abstracts based bibliographic data base.
    Ex: Short abstracts are generally preferred, but there are instances where the most effective approach is to cite the original unamended, and to state that this is what has been done.
    Ex: The employment of machines, far from replacing man, can serve to enhance his social value and status by throwing into relief those human tasks that machines cannot perform.
    Ex: Demands from clients will often throw up an occurrence of similar problems, revealing perhaps the operation of an injustice, the lack of an amenity in the neighbourhood, or simply bureaucratic inefficiency.
    Ex: New computer based technologies are evincing revolutionary changes in the educational curriculum for schools of library and information science.
    Ex: The presence of eggshells, faecal pellets, and silk threads in association with a mite-like animal illustrates a complex ecosystem.
    Ex: All I wanted to underscore with these four horror stories is that the judicious, discretionary assignment of added entries can either powerfully inhibit or promote access to the documents.
    Ex: Word processing packages must be able to permit the user to manipulate test, as is necessary in alignment of margins, insertion and deletion of paragraphs, arrange for text to appear in the centre of the page and underline.
    Ex: Analytical cataloguing aims to emphasise the content of documents, rather than relying entirely upon cataloguing whole works.
    Ex: Her editorial does an excellent job of bringing to light the issues facing libraries, authors, and library patrons regarding the possibility and desirability of a single international copyright law.
    Ex: Simple linking of Students and Attitudes would still not make it clear whether it was the attitudes 'of' or 'towards' Students.
    Ex: The aim of this article is to lay bare the causes of this state of affairs.
    Ex: This article reports the findings of an investigation which was conducted in order to determine if either the impact factor or the immediacy index provide useful insights into the qualitative relations among scientific journals.
    Ex: A study of the major general schemes reveals a wide gulf between theory, as outlined in the previous chapter, and practice, as reflected in the major schemes.
    Ex: If you spot an error then flag it up to your bank promptly and insist they take action to rectify it.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poner de manifiesto

  • 9 poner en evidencia

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

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

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

    Spanish-English dictionary > poner en evidencia

  • 10 posibilidad de ser alcanzable

    Ex. The article 'Closing the gap between desirability and achievability' argues for a more central and integral role for the library on campus.
    * * *

    Ex: The article 'Closing the gap between desirability and achievability' argues for a more central and integral role for the library on campus.

    Spanish-English dictionary > posibilidad de ser alcanzable

  • 11 represor

    adj.
    repressive.
    m.
    repressor, suppressor.
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    - sora masculino, femenino oppressor
    * * *
    = restraining, suppressive.
    Ex. The author discusses the driving and restraining forces affecting the probability and desirability of interaction between the school and the public library in providing library services to children.
    Ex. Where other women are in position of authority, they are even more suppressive to other women than males.
    * * *
    - sora masculino, femenino oppressor
    * * *
    = restraining, suppressive.

    Ex: The author discusses the driving and restraining forces affecting the probability and desirability of interaction between the school and the public library in providing library services to children.

    Ex: Where other women are in position of authority, they are even more suppressive to other women than males.

    * * *
    masculine, feminine
    oppressor
    * * *

    represor,-ora adjetivo oppressor
    ' represor' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    represora
    * * *
    represor, -ora
    adj
    repressive
    nm,f
    oppressor
    * * *
    I adj oppressive
    II m, represora f oppressor

    Spanish-English dictionary > represor

  • 12 responder una pregunta

    (v.) = dispatch + question, answer + question
    Ex. Library staff should be provided with the opportunity to see blunders which they occasionally commit as well as the laudable 'savoir faire' with which they dispatch some reference question.
    Ex. The head of the circulation was asked to investigate the desirability of theft detection devices and to answer questions about their legality and health risk.
    * * *
    (v.) = dispatch + question, answer + question

    Ex: Library staff should be provided with the opportunity to see blunders which they occasionally commit as well as the laudable 'savoir faire' with which they dispatch some reference question.

    Ex: The head of the circulation was asked to investigate the desirability of theft detection devices and to answer questions about their legality and health risk.

    Spanish-English dictionary > responder una pregunta

  • 13 retrasar el desarrollo de Algo

    (v.) = push back + development
    Ex. The problems of the information arena, coupled with financial burdens and questions of social desirability of the services, has tended to push back its development.
    * * *
    (v.) = push back + development

    Ex: The problems of the information arena, coupled with financial burdens and questions of social desirability of the services, has tended to push back its development.

    Spanish-English dictionary > retrasar el desarrollo de Algo

  • 14 revelar1

    1 = belie, betray, give away, manifest, reveal, throw up, unlock, disclose, divulge, unveil, go + public, lay + bare, bring to + light, throw + light on, illuminate, bare, hold + clue.
    Ex. But Stanton kew that this remark belied James' impatience with the situation.
    Ex. Deliberately to pay less attention to a query because it comes from the mayor of the city, or the chairman of the company, or the vice-chancellor of the university, would betray a perversity foreign to the normal well-adjusted librarian.
    Ex. The part chosen should have a unity of its own, a wholeness that offers a complete experience without at the same time giving away everything.
    Ex. A catalog, on the other hand, should manifest the attributes of a data base.
    Ex. A study of the major general schemes reveals a wide gulf between theory, as outlined in the previous chapter, and practice, as reflected in the major schemes.
    Ex. Demands from clients will often throw up an occurrence of similar problems, revealing perhaps the operation of an injustice, the lack of an amenity in the neighbourhood, or simply bureaucratic inefficiency.
    Ex. NTIS is a key partner in unlocking the world's technology.
    Ex. In the cafeteria, she disclosed to him what had happened at her meeting with Jay.
    Ex. Wittingly or unwittingly, they mask other questions that users do not know how to ask or are uncertain that they want to divulge to someone else.
    Ex. Here is an institution which knows, neither rank nor wealth within its walls, which stops the ignorant peer or the ignorant monarch at its threshold, and declines to unveil to him its treasures, or to waste time upon him, and yet welcomes the workman according to his knowledge or thirst for knowledge.
    Ex. The article 'Can bibliotherapy go public?' advocates for the use of literature in the public library for total development and growth.
    Ex. The aim of this article is to lay bare the causes of this state of affairs.
    Ex. Her editorial does an excellent job of bringing to light the issues facing libraries, authors, and library patrons regarding the possibility and desirability of a single international copyright law.
    Ex. It may be that a study of such associations might throw further light on the kinds of relationship we need to cater for in our index vocabularies.
    Ex. This appraisal attempts to illuminate aspects of Irish library history omitted from international reference works.
    Ex. The judge ruled that a magazine that published a photograph of a woman baring her breasts at a pig roast did not intrude on her privacy.
    Ex. To reconstruct palaeoclimates, palaeoclimatologists analyse tree rings, ice cores, sea sediments and even rock strata which may hold clues to the state of the climate millions of years ago.
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    * historia + revelar = story + unfold.
    * no revelar información = keep + silent, keep + silence.
    * no revelar nada a nadie = lips + seal.
    * obras que revelan un escándalo = exposé.
    * revelar Algo = break + the news.
    * revelar detalles = give away + details.
    * revelar el secreto de = lift + the curtain on.
    * revelar la solución = unveil + the solution.
    * revelar la verdad = reveal + the truth.
    * revelar + Posesivo + verdadera identidad = blow + Posesivo + cover.
    * revelarse = unfold, come to + light.
    * revelarse ante + Posesivo + ojos = unfold before + Posesivo + eyes.
    * revelar secretos = reveal + secrets.
    * revelar un secreto = spill + secret, spill + the beans, tell + a secret, let + the cat out of the bag, blow + the gaff.
    * sin revelar = undisclosed, unrevealed.

    Spanish-English dictionary > revelar1

  • 15 riesgo para la salud

    (n.) = health risk, health hazard
    Ex. The head of the circulation was asked to investigate the desirability of theft detection devices and to answer questions about their legality and health risk.
    Ex. Under WOMEN -- EMPLOYMENT, for instance, are listed works on the health and safety hazards of employment, the wages of employment, the problems of mothers, married and/or single women and employment, and so on.
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    (n.) = health risk, health hazard

    Ex: The head of the circulation was asked to investigate the desirability of theft detection devices and to answer questions about their legality and health risk.

    Ex: Under WOMEN -- EMPLOYMENT, for instance, are listed works on the health and safety hazards of employment, the wages of employment, the problems of mothers, married and/or single women and employment, and so on.

    Spanish-English dictionary > riesgo para la salud

  • 16 rápidamente

    adv.
    rapidly, in a hurry, hurriedly, fast.
    * * *
    1 quickly
    * * *
    ADV fast, quickly
    * * *
    adverbio quickly
    * * *
    = promptly, quickly, rapidly, readily, speedily, swiftly, expeditiously, out of + Posesivo + head, as a matter of urgency.
    Ex. Significantly, however, Panizzi's rules did not prove as viable as did his ideology, and they were promptly and materially changed and recast by his most ardent admirers and followers.
    Ex. A large number of documents can be indexed quickly and cheaply.
    Ex. The array of data bases available through one or other of the online hosts is rapidly expanding.
    Ex. However, this does not in itself make the actual resources readily available.
    Ex. Many people working on code revision and a lot of our catalogers are well aware of the desirability of getting catalog data distributed speedily.
    Ex. The retrieval power of an n-dimensional matrix catalog is so much greater that the user needs to have only a relatively small amount of information about a book to retrieve the entry swiftly and accurately.
    Ex. So it's to your advantage, at least from their standpoint, to order by ISBN so that they can more expeditiously fulfill your order.
    Ex. Their problems are never so simple that the librarian can produce the answers out of his head.
    Ex. Piracy should be tackled as a matter of urgency.
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    * cambiar rápidamente = jump.
    * cambiarse rápidamente = slip into + Posesivo + clothes.
    * consumir rápidamente = devour.
    * decir rápidamente sin parar = rattle off.
    * dirigirse rápidamente hacia = make + haste towards.
    * entrar rápidamente en = whisk into.
    * estar convirtiéndose rápidamente = be fast becoming.
    * hacer Algo rápidamente = put together.
    * hacer rápidamente = rustle up.
    * hojear rápidamente = flick.
    * leer rápidamente por encima = skim through.
    * mirar rápidamente = shoot + a look at.
    * muy rápidamente = like a house on fire, in short order.
    * pasar de largo rápidamente = race + past.
    * pasar por alto rápidamente = race + past.
    * pasar rápidamente = run through, sweep by, sweep, flash across.
    * pasar rápidamente a = snap to.
    * pasar rápidamente por encima de = sweep across, swing over.
    * ponerse la ropa rápidamente = slip into + Posesivo + clothes.
    * preparar rápidamente = rustle up.
    * que avanza rápidamente = fast-moving, fast-developing.
    * que progresa rápidamente = fast-moving.
    * rápidamente + Indicativo = be quick to + Infinitivo.
    * responder rápidamente = shoot back.
    * sacar rápidamente = whip out.
    * * *
    adverbio quickly
    * * *
    = promptly, quickly, rapidly, readily, speedily, swiftly, expeditiously, out of + Posesivo + head, as a matter of urgency.

    Ex: Significantly, however, Panizzi's rules did not prove as viable as did his ideology, and they were promptly and materially changed and recast by his most ardent admirers and followers.

    Ex: A large number of documents can be indexed quickly and cheaply.
    Ex: The array of data bases available through one or other of the online hosts is rapidly expanding.
    Ex: However, this does not in itself make the actual resources readily available.
    Ex: Many people working on code revision and a lot of our catalogers are well aware of the desirability of getting catalog data distributed speedily.
    Ex: The retrieval power of an n-dimensional matrix catalog is so much greater that the user needs to have only a relatively small amount of information about a book to retrieve the entry swiftly and accurately.
    Ex: So it's to your advantage, at least from their standpoint, to order by ISBN so that they can more expeditiously fulfill your order.
    Ex: Their problems are never so simple that the librarian can produce the answers out of his head.
    Ex: Piracy should be tackled as a matter of urgency.
    * cambiar rápidamente = jump.
    * cambiarse rápidamente = slip into + Posesivo + clothes.
    * consumir rápidamente = devour.
    * decir rápidamente sin parar = rattle off.
    * dirigirse rápidamente hacia = make + haste towards.
    * entrar rápidamente en = whisk into.
    * estar convirtiéndose rápidamente = be fast becoming.
    * hacer Algo rápidamente = put together.
    * hacer rápidamente = rustle up.
    * hojear rápidamente = flick.
    * leer rápidamente por encima = skim through.
    * mirar rápidamente = shoot + a look at.
    * muy rápidamente = like a house on fire, in short order.
    * pasar de largo rápidamente = race + past.
    * pasar por alto rápidamente = race + past.
    * pasar rápidamente = run through, sweep by, sweep, flash across.
    * pasar rápidamente a = snap to.
    * pasar rápidamente por encima de = sweep across, swing over.
    * ponerse la ropa rápidamente = slip into + Posesivo + clothes.
    * preparar rápidamente = rustle up.
    * que avanza rápidamente = fast-moving, fast-developing.
    * que progresa rápidamente = fast-moving.
    * rápidamente + Indicativo = be quick to + Infinitivo.
    * responder rápidamente = shoot back.
    * sacar rápidamente = whip out.

    * * *
    quickly
    hay que hacerlo lo más rápidamente posible it has to be done as quickly o swiftly as possible
    se cambió rápidamente y salió he quickly changed his clothes and went out
    lo leyó rápidamente she read it quickly
    * * *

    rápidamente adverbio
    quickly
    ' rápidamente' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ascender
    - proceder
    English:
    buck
    - burgeon
    - dart
    - depreciate
    - dive
    - down
    - downhill
    - escalate
    - fast
    - flash
    - flick
    - grow
    - mushroom
    - quickly
    - rapidly
    - recovery
    - run up
    - rush
    - shoot
    - shoot out
    - snowball
    - speed
    - speedily
    - sprout
    - sweep
    - swiftly
    - throw off
    - throw together
    - throw up
    - toss off
    - whip
    - whip back
    - whip off
    - whip through
    - whip up
    - zip
    - zoom in
    - dodge
    - duck
    - hurry
    - jot
    - move
    - quick
    - run
    - scribble
    - scuttle
    - sear
    - slap
    - throw
    - whirl
    * * *
    quickly
    * * *
    rápidamente adv fast / quickly / rapidly

    Spanish-English dictionary > rápidamente

  • 17 sacar a la luz

    (gen) to bring to light 2 (libro) to publish
    ————————
    to bring to light
    * * *
    [+ secreto]to bring to light; [+ libro, disco]to bring out
    * * *
    (v.) = bring to + light, dredge up
    Ex. Her editorial does an excellent job of bringing to light the issues facing libraries, authors, and library patrons regarding the possibility and desirability of a single international copyright law.
    Ex. The learning situations must be so structured that the child will dredge up, so to speak, his or her own vocabulary.
    * * *
    (v.) = bring to + light, dredge up

    Ex: Her editorial does an excellent job of bringing to light the issues facing libraries, authors, and library patrons regarding the possibility and desirability of a single international copyright law.

    Ex: The learning situations must be so structured that the child will dredge up, so to speak, his or her own vocabulary.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sacar a la luz

  • 18 sacar a relucir

    to mention, bring up
    * * *
    * * *
    (v.) = bring to + the surface, bring to + light, bring to + the fore
    Ex. The rapidly increasing volume and variety of electronic information sources has brought to the surface new issues concerning intellectual property.
    Ex. Her editorial does an excellent job of bringing to light the issues facing libraries, authors, and library patrons regarding the possibility and desirability of a single international copyright law.
    Ex. Installation of new computer terminals may bring the problem to the fore.
    * * *
    (v.) = bring to + the surface, bring to + light, bring to + the fore

    Ex: The rapidly increasing volume and variety of electronic information sources has brought to the surface new issues concerning intellectual property.

    Ex: Her editorial does an excellent job of bringing to light the issues facing libraries, authors, and library patrons regarding the possibility and desirability of a single international copyright law.
    Ex: Installation of new computer terminals may bring the problem to the fore.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sacar a relucir

  • 19 integral

    adj.
    1 total, complete (total).
    2 wholemeal (British), wholewheat (United States)(unrefined) (bread, flour, pasta).
    3 integral (constituyente).
    4 comprehensive, integral, holistic.
    5 honest, with principles, principled, complete.
    6 whole-grain, wholewheat, whole, wholemeal.
    f.
    integral (Mat).
    m.
    integral.
    * * *
    1 (intrínseco) integral; (completo) full
    2 (pan, pasta) wholemeal; (arroz) brown
    1 MATEMÁTICAS integral
    * * *
    1. ADJ
    1) (=entero) [cereal] wholegrain; [arroz] brown; [pan, harina] wholemeal
    2) (=total) [plan, reforma, servicio] comprehensive, all-round
    3) (=integrante) integral, built-in
    4) (=redomado) total, complete

    un idiota integrala total o complete fool

    5) (Mat) integral
    2.
    SF (Mat) integral
    * * *
    I
    a) (completo, total) comprehensive
    b) ( incorporado) built-in
    II
    femenino (Mat) integral
    * * *
    I
    a) (completo, total) comprehensive
    b) ( incorporado) built-in
    II
    femenino (Mat) integral
    * * *
    integral1
    1 = integral, all-inclusive, all-embracing, embracing, all-encompassing, encompassing.

    Ex: The article 'Closing the gap between desirability and achievability' argues for a more central and integral role for the library on campus.

    Ex: It is not an all-inclusive listing of materials on this topic.
    Ex: Some databases are very all-embracing in their coverage and attempt to provide comprehensive coverage of entire disciplines.
    Ex: What is needed is an embracing approach to guarantee freedom for Palestine and legitimacy for Israel.
    Ex: In publishing itself there is little use made of the all-encompassing schemes such as Dewey or the Library of Congress.
    Ex: By drawing Russia into an encompassing coalition with Europe and other powers, the risk of conflict will be diminished.
    * Cuadro de Mando Integral (CMI) = Balanced Scorecard (BSC).
    * ecuación integral = integral equation.
    * formar parte integral = form + an integral part.

    integral2
    2 = wholewheat, wholemeal, wholegrain.

    Ex: Her mid-morning meal is normally about 10:30 and consists of about a cup of wholewheat pasta, two tins of tuna, onion and mayo.

    Ex: In this article I outline four compelling reasons for making the switch to wholemeal products.
    Ex: Wholemeal breads and pastas, high-fibre cereals and brown rice are wholegrain foods.
    * arroz integral = brown rice.
    * harina integral = wholemeal flour.
    * pan integral = wholemeal bread.

    * * *
    1 (completo, total) ‹plan› comprehensive, all-embracing; ‹reforma/educación› comprehensive
    el aprovechamiento integral de los escasos medios disponibles the maximum use of the limited resources available
    el desnudo integral full-frontal nudity
    [ S ] belleza integral all-round beauty treatment
    arroz, pan, parte2 (↑ parte (2))
    2 (incorporado) built-in
    integral
    * * *

     

    integral adjetivo
    a) (completo, total) comprehensive


    integral
    I adjetivo integral
    pan integral, whole-grain bread
    II f Mat integral
    ' integral' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    arroz
    - integrante
    - pan
    - alimentación
    - incorporado
    English:
    bread
    - brown rice
    - digestive biscuit
    - holistic
    - integral
    - nutritional
    - pumpernickel
    - rice
    - wholemeal
    - wholewheat
    - brown
    - comprehensive
    - fitted
    - four
    - whole
    * * *
    adj
    1. [total] total, complete;
    una educación integral an all-round education;
    contiene desnudos integrales there are scenes of total nudity;
    Fam
    es un idiota integral he's a total o complete idiot
    2. [esencial] integral;
    la creación de empleo es parte integral del plan job creation is an integral part of the plan
    3. [sin refinar] [pan, harina, pasta] Br wholemeal, US wholewheat;
    [arroz] brown
    4. [constituyente] integral;
    ser parte integral de algo to be an integral part of sth
    5. Mat [cálculo] integral
    nf
    Mat integral
    * * *
    I adj
    1 complete
    2 alimento wholewheat, Br
    wholemeal
    3 MAT integral;
    cálculo integral integral calculus
    II f integral
    * * *
    1) : integral, essential
    2)
    pan integral : whole grain bread
    * * *
    1. (en general) integral
    2. (pan, etc) wholemeal

    Spanish-English dictionary > integral

  • 20 revelar

    v.
    1 to reveal.
    se negó a revelar la localización de la bomba he refused to reveal o disclose the whereabouts of the bomb
    Ellos revelan los secretos They reveal the secrets.
    2 to show.
    3 to develop (photography).
    María revela el rollo de película Mary develops the film.
    4 to reveal to.
    Esto reveló ser un beneficio This revealed to be a benefit.
    * * *
    1 to reveal, disclose
    2 (fotos) to develop
    * * *
    verb
    1) to reveal, disclose, unfold
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) (=descubrir) to reveal

    no quiso revelar su identidadhe did not want to reveal o disclose his identity, he did not want to identify himself

    revelar un secretoto reveal o give away a secret

    2) frm (=evidenciar) to reveal, show
    3) (Fot) to develop
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1) <secreto/verdad> to reveal
    2) (Cin, Fot) to develop
    2.
    revelarse v pron to show oneself
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1) <secreto/verdad> to reveal
    2) (Cin, Fot) to develop
    2.
    revelarse v pron to show oneself
    * * *
    revelar1
    1 = belie, betray, give away, manifest, reveal, throw up, unlock, disclose, divulge, unveil, go + public, lay + bare, bring to + light, throw + light on, illuminate, bare, hold + clue.

    Ex: But Stanton kew that this remark belied James' impatience with the situation.

    Ex: Deliberately to pay less attention to a query because it comes from the mayor of the city, or the chairman of the company, or the vice-chancellor of the university, would betray a perversity foreign to the normal well-adjusted librarian.
    Ex: The part chosen should have a unity of its own, a wholeness that offers a complete experience without at the same time giving away everything.
    Ex: A catalog, on the other hand, should manifest the attributes of a data base.
    Ex: A study of the major general schemes reveals a wide gulf between theory, as outlined in the previous chapter, and practice, as reflected in the major schemes.
    Ex: Demands from clients will often throw up an occurrence of similar problems, revealing perhaps the operation of an injustice, the lack of an amenity in the neighbourhood, or simply bureaucratic inefficiency.
    Ex: NTIS is a key partner in unlocking the world's technology.
    Ex: In the cafeteria, she disclosed to him what had happened at her meeting with Jay.
    Ex: Wittingly or unwittingly, they mask other questions that users do not know how to ask or are uncertain that they want to divulge to someone else.
    Ex: Here is an institution which knows, neither rank nor wealth within its walls, which stops the ignorant peer or the ignorant monarch at its threshold, and declines to unveil to him its treasures, or to waste time upon him, and yet welcomes the workman according to his knowledge or thirst for knowledge.
    Ex: The article 'Can bibliotherapy go public?' advocates for the use of literature in the public library for total development and growth.
    Ex: The aim of this article is to lay bare the causes of this state of affairs.
    Ex: Her editorial does an excellent job of bringing to light the issues facing libraries, authors, and library patrons regarding the possibility and desirability of a single international copyright law.
    Ex: It may be that a study of such associations might throw further light on the kinds of relationship we need to cater for in our index vocabularies.
    Ex: This appraisal attempts to illuminate aspects of Irish library history omitted from international reference works.
    Ex: The judge ruled that a magazine that published a photograph of a woman baring her breasts at a pig roast did not intrude on her privacy.
    Ex: To reconstruct palaeoclimates, palaeoclimatologists analyse tree rings, ice cores, sea sediments and even rock strata which may hold clues to the state of the climate millions of years ago.
    * historia + revelar = story + unfold.
    * no revelar información = keep + silent, keep + silence.
    * no revelar nada a nadie = lips + seal.
    * obras que revelan un escándalo = exposé.
    * revelar Algo = break + the news.
    * revelar detalles = give away + details.
    * revelar el secreto de = lift + the curtain on.
    * revelar la solución = unveil + the solution.
    * revelar la verdad = reveal + the truth.
    * revelar + Posesivo + verdadera identidad = blow + Posesivo + cover.
    * revelarse = unfold, come to + light.
    * revelarse ante + Posesivo + ojos = unfold before + Posesivo + eyes.
    * revelar secretos = reveal + secrets.
    * revelar un secreto = spill + secret, spill + the beans, tell + a secret, let + the cat out of the bag, blow + the gaff.
    * sin revelar = undisclosed, unrevealed.

    revelar2
    2 = develop.

    Ex: In order to render the image visible, the copy paper must be developed.

    * * *
    revelar [A1 ]
    vt
    A ‹secreto/verdad› to reveal
    reveló sus intenciones she revealed her intentions
    este informe revela que tienen problemas económicos this report shows o reveals that they have financial problems
    B ( Cin, Fot) to develop
    to show oneself
    se revela en esta obra como un gran narrador in this book he shows himself to be a great storyteller, in this book he reveals his talent as a storyteller
    se reveló como una actriz de gran talento she proved herself to be a very talented actress
    * * *

     

    revelar ( conjugate revelar) verbo transitivo
    a)secreto/verdad to reveal

    b) (Cin, Fot) to develop

    revelar verbo transitivo
    1 (un conocimiento, secreto) to reveal, disclose
    2 (mostrar) to reveal, betray: eso revela que no tiene interés, that shows he's not interested
    3 Fot (un carrete) to develop
    ' revelar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    descubrir
    - desvelar
    English:
    away
    - bare
    - betray
    - develop
    - disclose
    - divulge
    - expose
    - give away
    - hand
    - hold back
    - let out
    - process
    - proclaim
    - reveal
    - show up
    - turn up
    - unfold
    - unveil
    - withhold
    - give
    - hold
    - let
    - throw
    - uncover
    * * *
    vt
    1. [descubrir] to reveal;
    se negó a revelar la localización de la bomba he refused to reveal o disclose the whereabouts of the bomb
    2. [manifestar] to show;
    sus acciones revelan una gran generosidad his actions show great generosity
    3. Fot to develop
    * * *
    v/t FOT develop
    * * *
    1) : to reveal, to disclose
    2) : to develop (film)
    * * *
    1. (fotos) to develop
    2. (secreto) to reveal

    Spanish-English dictionary > revelar

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