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  • 1 SNMP (Protocolo Simple para la Gestión de Redes)

    Nota: En Internet, conjunto de estándares para comunicarse con dispositivos conectados a una red TCP/IP.
    Ex. SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) is a set of standards for communication with devices connected to a TCP/IP network such as routers.

    Spanish-English dictionary > SNMP (Protocolo Simple para la Gestión de Redes)

  • 2 WAP (Protocolo para Aplicaciones Inalámbricas)

    Ex. Wireless application protocol (WAP) is an international standard for connecting mobile devices such as mobile phones to specially developed WWW-based interactive information and applications.

    Spanish-English dictionary > WAP (Protocolo para Aplicaciones Inalámbricas)

  • 3 a continuación se enumeran

    Ex. Given below are some of the display devices that have been incorporated into published thesauri.
    * * *

    Ex: Given below are some of the display devices that have been incorporated into published thesauri.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a continuación se enumeran

  • 4 a la hora de + Infinitivo

    = when it came to + Gerundio, when it comes to + Gerundio
    Ex. Its main value, however, was in forging close links with the community workers, which proved invaluable when it came to compiling the local information file.
    Ex. Even such devices are much too slow when it comes, for example, to matching a set of finger prints with one of five million on file.
    * * *
    = when it came to + Gerundio, when it comes to + Gerundio

    Ex: Its main value, however, was in forging close links with the community workers, which proved invaluable when it came to compiling the local information file.

    Ex: Even such devices are much too slow when it comes, for example, to matching a set of finger prints with one of five million on file.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a la hora de + Infinitivo

  • 5 a propósito

    adj.
    to the point, pertinent, to the purpose.
    adv.
    on purpose, by design, intentionally, by choice.
    intj.
    by the way, BTW, come to it, by the by.
    * * *
    (por cierto) by the way 2 (adrede) on purpose
    * * *
    2) on purpose, intentionally
    * * *
    = deliberate, for the record, incidentally, intentionally, by the way, in passing, anecdotally, purposely, by design, on purpose, wilfully [willfully, -USA], on a sidenote, studiously, by the way of (a) digression, by the by(e), speaking of which, designedly
    Ex. Deliberate mnemonics are devices which help the user to remember and recall the notation for given subjects.
    Ex. For the record, schools and libraries in the late 1960s recovered in excess of $10,000,000 from publishers and wholesalers as a result of unfair practices highlighted by Mr. Scilken.
    Ex. Incidentally, this book was about the invasion of Denmark.
    Ex. In the cases where there was no match, we intentionally created a dirty authority file.
    Ex. It is not wise, by the way, to approach the author by telephone for this puts him on the spot and he may refuse simply in self-defense and especially if you happen to butt in when he is struggling with an obstinate chapter in a new book.
    Ex. She also indicated in passing that in future authors would not automatically pass over the copyright of research results in papers to publishers.
    Ex. Anecdotally, it is often assumed that users preferring print are among the most senior in academic rank and/or years.
    Ex. I have purposely refrained from discussing the theory of comparative librarianship which has up to now characterized much of the writing on the subject.
    Ex. The victims had been herded onto a wooden landing craft by the captain of a Honduras-registered ship who then proceeded, by accident or design, to ram the craft, killing the majority of people aboard.
    Ex. Most consumers felt confident that once a letter is written and posted, no one will read it either accidently or on purpose except for the intended addressee.
    Ex. But we are not then acting quite so much out of blindness or inarticulateness; we are selfishly or fearfully or wilfully trying to short-circuit what we know underneath to be more nearly the true state of things.
    Ex. On a sidenote, this book almost didn't happen when the author showed her editor her proposal.
    Ex. Previous economic historians have, by and large, studiously ignored the British slave trade.
    Ex. That, I may say by way of a digression, has never been my main objection to socialism.
    Ex. Zenobia, by-the-by, as I suppose you know, is merely her public name.
    Ex. Speaking of which, Chertoff recently lifted restrictions that have confined airline passengers to their seats for a half hour after taking off and before landing.
    Ex. In respect of those defects, the seller may be held liable where he has designedly concealed their existence from the purchaser.
    * * *
    = deliberate, for the record, incidentally, intentionally, by the way, in passing, anecdotally, purposely, by design, on purpose, wilfully [willfully, -USA], on a sidenote, studiously, by the way of (a) digression, by the by(e), speaking of which, designedly

    Ex: Deliberate mnemonics are devices which help the user to remember and recall the notation for given subjects.

    Ex: For the record, schools and libraries in the late 1960s recovered in excess of $10,000,000 from publishers and wholesalers as a result of unfair practices highlighted by Mr. Scilken.
    Ex: Incidentally, this book was about the invasion of Denmark.
    Ex: In the cases where there was no match, we intentionally created a dirty authority file.
    Ex: It is not wise, by the way, to approach the author by telephone for this puts him on the spot and he may refuse simply in self-defense and especially if you happen to butt in when he is struggling with an obstinate chapter in a new book.
    Ex: She also indicated in passing that in future authors would not automatically pass over the copyright of research results in papers to publishers.
    Ex: Anecdotally, it is often assumed that users preferring print are among the most senior in academic rank and/or years.
    Ex: I have purposely refrained from discussing the theory of comparative librarianship which has up to now characterized much of the writing on the subject.
    Ex: The victims had been herded onto a wooden landing craft by the captain of a Honduras-registered ship who then proceeded, by accident or design, to ram the craft, killing the majority of people aboard.
    Ex: Most consumers felt confident that once a letter is written and posted, no one will read it either accidently or on purpose except for the intended addressee.
    Ex: But we are not then acting quite so much out of blindness or inarticulateness; we are selfishly or fearfully or wilfully trying to short-circuit what we know underneath to be more nearly the true state of things.
    Ex: On a sidenote, this book almost didn't happen when the author showed her editor her proposal.
    Ex: Previous economic historians have, by and large, studiously ignored the British slave trade.
    Ex: That, I may say by way of a digression, has never been my main objection to socialism.
    Ex: Zenobia, by-the-by, as I suppose you know, is merely her public name.
    Ex: Speaking of which, Chertoff recently lifted restrictions that have confined airline passengers to their seats for a half hour after taking off and before landing.
    Ex: In respect of those defects, the seller may be held liable where he has designedly concealed their existence from the purchaser.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a propósito

  • 6 abundancia

    f.
    1 abundance.
    en abundancia in abundance
    2 plenty, prosperity (riqueza).
    nadar o vivir en la abundancia to be filthy rich
    3 Abundancia.
    * * *
    1 abundance, plenty
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=multitud) abundance

    en abundancia: hay copas en abundancia — there are plenty of glasses

    2) (=copiosidad) abundance
    3) (=prosperidad)
    cuerno
    * * *
    1) ( gran cantidad) abundance
    2) ( riqueza)
    * * *
    = abundance, profusion, plenty, bounty, richness, copiousness.
    Ex. However, out of the enormous abundance of information produced, only 50% is new while the rest is redundant.
    Ex. This article explains the necessity today for instructing readers in the use of biomedical libraries, justified by the profusion of publications and the introduction of electronic information devices.
    Ex. And they are coming after years of comparative plenty, with the expectant attitudes generated by such plenty another force with which to contend.
    Ex. The article 'Nature's bounty: a vegetarian cookbook primer' reviews vegetarian cookbooks for purposes of collection development in the area.
    Ex. In 1972 Hans Wellisch discussed the inadequacy of LC's subject cataloging and the failure of LC to rectify this inadequacy by taking full advantage of the richness of the MARC (Machine-Readable Cataloging) format.
    Ex. He immerses us in 'language that is unique for its copiousness,' now speaking 'of exquisite intimations that can occur only in a half-light,' then babbling 'of chamber-pots, leg-irons, factories and policemen'.
    ----
    * abundancia de pelo = hair coat.
    * aparecer en abundancia = come out of + the woodwork.
    * contener en abundancia = abound in/with.
    * en abundancia = in plenty, liberally, in abundance, exuberantly, in profusion, aplenty [a-plenty], prodigiously, plentifully.
    * encontrar en abundancia = find + in abundance.
    * la tierra de la abundancia = the land of plenty.
    * producir en abundancia = churn out, knock out.
    * * *
    1) ( gran cantidad) abundance
    2) ( riqueza)
    * * *
    = abundance, profusion, plenty, bounty, richness, copiousness.

    Ex: However, out of the enormous abundance of information produced, only 50% is new while the rest is redundant.

    Ex: This article explains the necessity today for instructing readers in the use of biomedical libraries, justified by the profusion of publications and the introduction of electronic information devices.
    Ex: And they are coming after years of comparative plenty, with the expectant attitudes generated by such plenty another force with which to contend.
    Ex: The article 'Nature's bounty: a vegetarian cookbook primer' reviews vegetarian cookbooks for purposes of collection development in the area.
    Ex: In 1972 Hans Wellisch discussed the inadequacy of LC's subject cataloging and the failure of LC to rectify this inadequacy by taking full advantage of the richness of the MARC (Machine-Readable Cataloging) format.
    Ex: He immerses us in 'language that is unique for its copiousness,' now speaking 'of exquisite intimations that can occur only in a half-light,' then babbling 'of chamber-pots, leg-irons, factories and policemen'.
    * abundancia de pelo = hair coat.
    * aparecer en abundancia = come out of + the woodwork.
    * contener en abundancia = abound in/with.
    * en abundancia = in plenty, liberally, in abundance, exuberantly, in profusion, aplenty [a-plenty], prodigiously, plentifully.
    * encontrar en abundancia = find + in abundance.
    * la tierra de la abundancia = the land of plenty.
    * producir en abundancia = churn out, knock out.

    * * *
    A (gran cantidad) abundance
    está documentado con abundancia de estadísticas it is documented with a wealth of statistics
    hay abundancia de aves en la región the area abounds in o with birdlife, the area is rich in birdlife
    hay comida en abundancia there's plenty of food
    B
    (riqueza): tiempos de abundancia times of plenty
    viven en la abundancia they're very affluent
    la sociedad de la abundancia the affluent society
    nadar en la abundancia to be made of money ( colloq), to be rolling in money ( colloq)
    * * *

    abundancia sustantivo femenino
    1 ( gran cantidad) abundance;

    hay comida en abundancia there's an abundance of food;
    darse en abundancia to be plentiful
    2 ( riqueza):

    viven en la abundancia they're well-off;
    nadar en la abundancia to be rolling in money (colloq)
    abundancia sustantivo femenino
    1 abundance, plenty: la abundancia de piedras dificultaba el trabajo, the presence of a large number of stones was making the work arduous
    2 (riqueza) wealth: viven en la abundancia, they are well-off
    sus padres nadan en la abundancia, his parents are rolling in money
    ♦ Locuciones: en abundancia, plenty (of): comimos y bebimos en abundancia, we had plenty to eat and drink
    ' abundancia' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    bastante
    - hartar
    - nadar
    - caudal
    - granel
    - riqueza
    English:
    abundance
    - galore
    - opulence
    - plenty
    - profusion
    - roll
    - wealth
    * * *
    1. [gran cantidad] abundance;
    la región posee petróleo en abundancia the region is rich in oil;
    teníamos comida en abundancia we had plenty of food;
    un área de gran abundancia biológica an area rich in animal and plant life
    2. [riqueza] plenty, prosperity;
    una época de abundancia a time of plenty;
    nadar o [m5] vivir en la abundancia to be filthy rich
    * * *
    f abundance;
    había comida en abundancia there was plenty of food;
    * * *
    : abundance

    Spanish-English dictionary > abundancia

  • 7 acallar

    v.
    1 to silence.
    2 to calm, to hush, to quiet, to appease.
    Sus palabras acallaron su miedo His words calmed her fear.
    3 to shut up.
    Ricardo acalló a los chicos Richard shut up the kids.
    * * *
    1 to silence, hush
    2 figurado (persona) to pacify; (críticas) to silence
    * * *
    verb
    to quiet, silence
    * * *
    VT
    1) (=silenciar) to silence, quieten, quiet (EEUU)
    2) (=calmar) [+ furia] to assuage, pacify; [+ crítica, duda] to silence
    * * *
    verbo transitivo <voces/gritos> to silence, to quiet (AmE), to quieten (BrE); <rumor/clamor> to quieten down; <críticas/protestas> to silence
    * * *
    = drown out, mute, quiet, outface, silence, quash, steamroller, hush, still, quieten.
    Ex. A recitation of the best thought out principles for a cataloging code is easily drowned out by the clatter of a bank of direct access devices vainly searching for misplaced records.
    Ex. The 'standpatters' have seen power shift away from themselves to the newcomers and other lifelong 'progressive' Junctionvillers, who were muted under previous administrations.
    Ex. This trepidation is somewhat quieted when students discover the abundance of bibliographical guides that list and describe reference works.
    Ex. Feaver was not about to be outfaced and she retaliated with the view that time management techniques run counter to the ideal balance of concern for production coupled with concern for people.
    Ex. Some children go through a process of silencing their inner voice and projecting an outward self that conforms to society's expectations.
    Ex. The author brazenly insists that Woodman's family has compromised the documentation of the photographer's life by effectively quashing most of her work.
    Ex. When push comes to shove, it seems that short-term economic interests steamroller scientific arguments.
    Ex. The paintings depict subjects such as terrorists and mothers hushing children.
    Ex. And arming himself with patience and piety he tarried awhile until the hubbub was stilled.
    Ex. Sadly, you can't quieten the console using methods other than turning up the volume on your TV or wearing headphones.
    ----
    * acallar el debate = stifle + debate.
    * acallar la conciencia = stifle + Posesivo + conscience.
    * acallar la voz de + Posesivo + conciencia = salve + the conscience.
    * acallar una emoción = bruise + emotion.
    * dinero para acallar la conciencia = conscience money.
    * dinero para acallar la consciencia = conscience money.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo <voces/gritos> to silence, to quiet (AmE), to quieten (BrE); <rumor/clamor> to quieten down; <críticas/protestas> to silence
    * * *
    = drown out, mute, quiet, outface, silence, quash, steamroller, hush, still, quieten.

    Ex: A recitation of the best thought out principles for a cataloging code is easily drowned out by the clatter of a bank of direct access devices vainly searching for misplaced records.

    Ex: The 'standpatters' have seen power shift away from themselves to the newcomers and other lifelong 'progressive' Junctionvillers, who were muted under previous administrations.
    Ex: This trepidation is somewhat quieted when students discover the abundance of bibliographical guides that list and describe reference works.
    Ex: Feaver was not about to be outfaced and she retaliated with the view that time management techniques run counter to the ideal balance of concern for production coupled with concern for people.
    Ex: Some children go through a process of silencing their inner voice and projecting an outward self that conforms to society's expectations.
    Ex: The author brazenly insists that Woodman's family has compromised the documentation of the photographer's life by effectively quashing most of her work.
    Ex: When push comes to shove, it seems that short-term economic interests steamroller scientific arguments.
    Ex: The paintings depict subjects such as terrorists and mothers hushing children.
    Ex: And arming himself with patience and piety he tarried awhile until the hubbub was stilled.
    Ex: Sadly, you can't quieten the console using methods other than turning up the volume on your TV or wearing headphones.
    * acallar el debate = stifle + debate.
    * acallar la conciencia = stifle + Posesivo + conscience.
    * acallar la voz de + Posesivo + conciencia = salve + the conscience.
    * acallar una emoción = bruise + emotion.
    * dinero para acallar la conciencia = conscience money.
    * dinero para acallar la consciencia = conscience money.

    * * *
    acallar [A1 ]
    vt
    ‹voces/gritos› to silence, to quiet ( AmE), to quieten ( BrE); ‹rumor/clamor› to quieten down; ‹críticas/protestas› to silence
    no lograba acallar la voz de su conciencia she couldn't silence the voice of her conscience
    * * *

    acallar verbo transitivo to silence: el ministro no podía acallar su conciencia, the minister could not silence his conscience
    ' acallar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    quieten
    - silence
    - squash
    - still
    - hush
    - move
    - quash
    - quell
    - quiet
    - salve
    - scotch
    - shush
    * * *
    [protestas, críticas, armas] to silence; [rumores] to put an end to; [miedos] to calm;
    una propuesta para acallar a los rebeldes en el partido a proposal designed to silence the party rebels
    * * *
    v/t tb fig
    silence
    * * *
    : to quiet, to silence

    Spanish-English dictionary > acallar

  • 8 acceso a distancia

    Ex. Remote access involves the use of computer files via input/output devices connected electronically to a computer.
    * * *

    Ex: Remote access involves the use of computer files via input/output devices connected electronically to a computer.

    Spanish-English dictionary > acceso a distancia

  • 9 acceso remoto

    m.
    remote access.
    * * *
    Ex. Remote access involves the use of computer files via input/output devices connected electronically to a computer.
    * * *

    Ex: Remote access involves the use of computer files via input/output devices connected electronically to a computer.

    Spanish-English dictionary > acceso remoto

  • 10 activar una señal

    (v.) = activate + signal
    Ex. However, problems can arise with some electronic detection devices because other metal objects such as belt clasps may activate the alarm signal.
    * * *
    (v.) = activate + signal

    Ex: However, problems can arise with some electronic detection devices because other metal objects such as belt clasps may activate the alarm signal.

    Spanish-English dictionary > activar una señal

  • 11 adaptar a una necesidad

    (v.) = time to + need, suit + requirement
    Ex. He can be persuaded through many devices to take the desired road, but the devices themselves must be selected, tuned, and timed to the individual's need to satisfy his basic nature.
    Ex. It is possible, in many network systems, to enter a centralized database online, to call up a record, to amend that record to suit the individual library's requirement and then to add the amended record to the library's master file.
    * * *
    (v.) = time to + need, suit + requirement

    Ex: He can be persuaded through many devices to take the desired road, but the devices themselves must be selected, tuned, and timed to the individual's need to satisfy his basic nature.

    Ex: It is possible, in many network systems, to enter a centralized database online, to call up a record, to amend that record to suit the individual library's requirement and then to add the amended record to the library's master file.

    Spanish-English dictionary > adaptar a una necesidad

  • 12 ahogar

    v.
    María ahogó al jefe de la pandilla Mary drowned the gang's leader.
    2 to strangle.
    3 to extinguish, to put out.
    4 to put down, to quell (dominar) (levantamiento).
    6 to choke back, to drown, to drown out, to quell.
    Pedro ahogó un quejido Peter choked back a groan.
    Silvia ahogó el motor Silvia choked the motor.
    * * *
    Conjugation model [ LLEGAR], like link=llegar llegar
    1 (asfixiar) to choke, suffocate
    2 (en el agua) to drown
    3 (plantas) to overwater
    4 (motor) to flood
    5 (fuego) to put out, extinguish
    6 figurado (reprimir) to stifle, put down
    1 to be drowned, drown
    2 (sofocarse) to choke, suffocate
    me estoy ahogando de calor the heat's stifling, I can't breathe in this heat
    3 (motor) to flood
    \
    ahogar las penas to drown one's sorrows
    ahogarse en un vaso de agua figurado to make a mountain out of a molehill
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) (=matar) [en agua] to drown; [quitando el aire] to suffocate
    2) (=asfixiar) [humo, espina, emoción] to choke; [angustia, pena] to overcome

    su voz tiembla, ahogada por la emoción — her voice trembles, choked with emotion

    3) [económicamente] [+ empresa, país] to cripple
    4) (=reprimir) [+ bostezo, tos] to stifle; [+ llanto] to stifle, choke back
    5) (=detener) [+ fuego, llamas] to smother; [+ lucha, rebelión] to crush, put down; [+ voces, protestas] to stifle; [+ derechos, libertades] to curtail; [+ desarrollo, posibilidades, plan] to hinder, block
    6) (=bloquear) to block
    7) (Aut) [+ motor] to flood
    8) (Ajedrez) [+ rey] to stalemate
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1)
    a) <persona/animal> ( en agua) to drown; ( asfixiar) to suffocate
    b) < motor> to flood
    2)
    a) <palabras/voz> to drown (out); <llanto/grito> to stifle
    b) < penas> to drown
    2.
    ahogarse v pron
    a) persona/animal ( en agua) to drown; ( asfixiarse) to suffocate; ( atragantarse) to choke
    b) motor to flood
    * * *
    = drown out, smother, strangle, suffocate, stifle.
    Ex. A recitation of the best thought out principles for a cataloging code is easily drowned out by the clatter of a bank of direct access devices vainly searching for misplaced records.
    Ex. This article outlines the preparatory stages and describes some of the problems presented by the physical conditions in a city of tents either drenched by rain or smothered by dust = Este artículo esboza las etapas preparatorias y describe algunos de los problemas que presentan las condiciones físicas de una gran cantidad de tiendas de campaña empapadas por la lluvia o cubiertas por el polvo.
    Ex. Self-effacing nervousness causes the epiglottis to tighten, strangling the words in the throat and stiffening the diaphragm so that it is like pulled-out elastic unable to propel anything.
    Ex. The United Nations has been accused of 'drowning in its own words and suffocating in its own documentation'.
    Ex. Excessive emphasis on the need to exact payment will stifle the flow of information.
    ----
    * ahogarse = drown.
    * ahogarse en un vaso de agua = make + a mountain out of a molehill, get + worked up about nothing, fret about + nothing.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1)
    a) <persona/animal> ( en agua) to drown; ( asfixiar) to suffocate
    b) < motor> to flood
    2)
    a) <palabras/voz> to drown (out); <llanto/grito> to stifle
    b) < penas> to drown
    2.
    ahogarse v pron
    a) persona/animal ( en agua) to drown; ( asfixiarse) to suffocate; ( atragantarse) to choke
    b) motor to flood
    * * *
    = drown out, smother, strangle, suffocate, stifle.

    Ex: A recitation of the best thought out principles for a cataloging code is easily drowned out by the clatter of a bank of direct access devices vainly searching for misplaced records.

    Ex: This article outlines the preparatory stages and describes some of the problems presented by the physical conditions in a city of tents either drenched by rain or smothered by dust = Este artículo esboza las etapas preparatorias y describe algunos de los problemas que presentan las condiciones físicas de una gran cantidad de tiendas de campaña empapadas por la lluvia o cubiertas por el polvo.
    Ex: Self-effacing nervousness causes the epiglottis to tighten, strangling the words in the throat and stiffening the diaphragm so that it is like pulled-out elastic unable to propel anything.
    Ex: The United Nations has been accused of 'drowning in its own words and suffocating in its own documentation'.
    Ex: Excessive emphasis on the need to exact payment will stifle the flow of information.
    * ahogarse = drown.
    * ahogarse en un vaso de agua = make + a mountain out of a molehill, get + worked up about nothing, fret about + nothing.

    * * *
    ahogar [A3 ]
    vt
    A
    1 (en agua) to drown
    2 (asfixiar) to choke
    el humo me ahogaba the smoke was choking me
    3 ‹motor› to flood
    B
    1 ‹palabras/voz› to drown, drown out; ‹llanto/gemido› to stifle
    2 ‹penas› to drown
    ahogaba sus penas bebiendo he drowned his sorrows in drink
    3
    (en ajedrez): ahogar el rey to stalemate
    1 «persona/animal» (en agua) to drown
    me ahogaba en un mar de formalidades I was drowning in a sea of bureaucracy
    2 (asfixiarse) to choke
    se tragó una espina y casi se ahoga she swallowed a fishbone and almost choked to death
    me ahogo con el humo the smoke's making me choke o suffocating me
    cualquier esfuerzo y se ahoga the slightest exertion and she's gasping for breath
    3 «motor» to flood
    * * *

     

    ahogar ( conjugate ahogar) verbo transitivo
    1
    a)persona/animal› ( en agua) to drown;

    ( asfixiar) to suffocate
    b) motor to flood

    2
    a)palabras/voz to drown (out);

    llanto/grito to stifle
    b) penas to drown

    ahogarse verbo pronominal
    a) [persona/animal] ( en agua) to drown;

    ( asfixiarse) to suffocate;
    ( atragantarse) to choke

    ahogar verbo transitivo
    1 (sumergiendo en líquido) to drown
    2 (quitando el aire) to suffocate
    ' ahogar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    asfixiar
    - pena
    English:
    choke
    - drown
    - sorrow
    - stifle
    - suppress
    - flood
    - smother
    - stalemate
    - suffocate
    - throttle
    * * *
    vt
    1. [en el agua] to drown
    2. [cubriendo la boca y nariz] to smother, to suffocate
    3. [extinguir] [fuego] to smother, to put out;
    los gritos de protesta ahogaban el discurso the cries of protest drowned out his speech
    4. [dominar] [levantamiento] to put down, to quell;
    [pena] to hold back, to contain;
    ahogó sus penas [con la bebida] he drowned his sorrows
    5. Aut [motor] to flood
    6.
    ahogar el rey [en ajedrez] to stalemate one's opponent
    7. Andes, Méx [guisar] to stew
    * * *
    v/t
    1 en agua drown
    2 ( asfixiar) suffocate; protestas stifle
    3 AUTO flood
    * * *
    ahogar {52} vt
    1) : to drown
    2) : to smother
    3) : to choke back, to stifle
    * * *
    ahogar vb
    1. (en agua) to drown
    2. (asfixiar) to suffocate
    3. (fuego) to smother

    Spanish-English dictionary > ahogar

  • 13 al corriente

    adj.
    up-to-date, well-informed, in the picture, posted.
    * * *
    (actualizado) up to date 2 (enterado) aware 3 (informado) informed, in the know
    ¿estás al corriente de los pagos? are you up to date with the payments?
    ¿estás al corriente de lo que ha pasado? do you know what's happened?
    * * *
    = in step, au courant, paid-up, in good standing
    Ex. There are two forms of data transmission: (a) asynchronous transmission (in which the transmitting and receiving devices are not in step); (b) synchronous transmission (in which the transmitting and receiving devices are in step).
    Ex. The sources which one can use to stay ' au courant' as a reader's advisor are discussed in a later chapter.
    Ex. Nominators must be paid-up members in good standing for the year of the election.
    Ex. Nominators must be paid-up members in good standing for the year of the election.
    * * *
    = in step, au courant, paid-up, in good standing

    Ex: There are two forms of data transmission: (a) asynchronous transmission (in which the transmitting and receiving devices are not in step); (b) synchronous transmission (in which the transmitting and receiving devices are in step).

    Ex: The sources which one can use to stay ' au courant' as a reader's advisor are discussed in a later chapter.
    Ex: Nominators must be paid-up members in good standing for the year of the election.
    Ex: Nominators must be paid-up members in good standing for the year of the election.

    Spanish-English dictionary > al corriente

  • 14 al día

    adj.
    up-to-date, current, modern, updated.
    adv.
    a day, per day.
    * * *
    * * *
    = in step, paid-up, in good standing
    Ex. There are two forms of data transmission: (a) asynchronous transmission (in which the transmitting and receiving devices are not in step); (b) synchronous transmission (in which the transmitting and receiving devices are in step).
    Ex. Nominators must be paid-up members in good standing for the year of the election.
    Ex. Nominators must be paid-up members in good standing for the year of the election.
    * * *
    = in step, paid-up, in good standing

    Ex: There are two forms of data transmission: (a) asynchronous transmission (in which the transmitting and receiving devices are not in step); (b) synchronous transmission (in which the transmitting and receiving devices are in step).

    Ex: Nominators must be paid-up members in good standing for the year of the election.
    Ex: Nominators must be paid-up members in good standing for the year of the election.

    Spanish-English dictionary > al día

  • 15 al tanto

    adj.
    in the know, up-to-date, in the swim, on the ball.
    * * *
    * * *
    = au fait, in the know, in step
    Ex. Conversely the historian must publicise the importance of preservation, and keep the archivist ' au fait' with new developments in historiography.
    Ex. Digerati is the digital version of literati and refers to a vague cloud of people seen to be knowledgeable, hip, or otherwise in-the-know in regards to the digital revolution.
    Ex. There are two forms of data transmission: (a) asynchronous transmission (in which the transmitting and receiving devices are not in step); (b) synchronous transmission (in which the transmitting and receiving devices are in step).
    * * *
    = au fait, in the know, in step

    Ex: Conversely the historian must publicise the importance of preservation, and keep the archivist ' au fait' with new developments in historiography.

    Ex: Digerati is the digital version of literati and refers to a vague cloud of people seen to be knowledgeable, hip, or otherwise in-the-know in regards to the digital revolution.
    Ex: There are two forms of data transmission: (a) asynchronous transmission (in which the transmitting and receiving devices are not in step); (b) synchronous transmission (in which the transmitting and receiving devices are in step).

    Spanish-English dictionary > al tanto

  • 16 alarma personal

    (n.) = rape alarm, personal alarm
    Ex. Baby alarms, smoke alarms, alarm clocks, and rape alarms were used for testing consumers' shopping habits.
    Ex. They sell a wide range of self protection devices such as personal alarms, pepper sprays, stun guns, and tasers.
    * * *
    (n.) = rape alarm, personal alarm

    Ex: Baby alarms, smoke alarms, alarm clocks, and rape alarms were used for testing consumers' shopping habits.

    Ex: They sell a wide range of self protection devices such as personal alarms, pepper sprays, stun guns, and tasers.

    Spanish-English dictionary > alarma personal

  • 17 alfombrilla para el ratón

    (n.) = mouse pad
    Ex. This article surveys inexpensive gadgets that improve personal computer use such as alternative input devices, wrists rests, headsets, mouse pads, and uninterruptible power supplies.
    * * *
    (n.) = mouse pad

    Ex: This article surveys inexpensive gadgets that improve personal computer use such as alternative input devices, wrists rests, headsets, mouse pads, and uninterruptible power supplies.

    Spanish-English dictionary > alfombrilla para el ratón

  • 18 algo bueno aportará

    Ex. The world has arrived at an age of cheap complex devices of great reliability, and something is bound to come of it.
    * * *

    Ex: The world has arrived at an age of cheap complex devices of great reliability, and something is bound to come of it.

    Spanish-English dictionary > algo bueno aportará

  • 19 ampliado

    adj.
    1 enlarged, expanded.
    2 extended.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: ampliar.
    * * *
    1→ link=ampliar ampliar
    1 ARQUITECTURA extended
    2 (fotografía) enlarged
    * * *
    SM LAm (Pol) general meeting
    * * *
    = expanded, magnified.
    Ex. Co-operatives have played a much more extensive role in recent years and are set to continue in their expanded role.
    Ex. Microforms can be read by means of optically magnifying reading devices or by equipment which presents the magnified image on a video display.
    * * *
    = expanded, magnified.

    Ex: Co-operatives have played a much more extensive role in recent years and are set to continue in their expanded role.

    Ex: Microforms can be read by means of optically magnifying reading devices or by equipment which presents the magnified image on a video display.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ampliado

  • 20 analizar

    v.
    to analyze.
    Elsa analizó la bebida Elsa examined the drink.
    El juez analizó el caso The judge analyzed the case.
    * * *
    1 to analyse (US analyze)
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    VT to analyse, analyze (EEUU)
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1) ( examinar) to analyze*, examine
    2) (Med, Quím) to analyze*
    3) (Ling) to parse
    2.
    analizarse v pron to undergo o have analysis
    * * *
    = analyse [analyze, -USA], assess, break down, discuss, explore, look at, look into, present + discussion, study, think out, weigh, offer + an account of, undergo + analysis, observe, check out, break out, dig + deep, dig + deep beneath the surface, weigh up, review, work through, put + Nombre + under the spotlight, bring + Nombre + under the spotlight, question, probe.
    Ex. With a clear objective, the next step is to analyse the concepts that are present in a search.
    Ex. Without such guidelines each document would need to be assessed individually, and inconsistencies would be inevitable.
    Ex. The holdings are broken down into several volumes, shown as the next level of the pyramid.
    Ex. This review also illustrates some of the issues which cataloguers have discussed over the years, and demonstrates other solutions to standards in cataloguing than those embodied in modern cataloguing codes.
    Ex. Next I will illustrate a simple search profile which does not explore all possible synonyms, but does serve to illustrate weighted term logic.
    Ex. This article looks at three interrelated issues regarding on-line services based on the recent literature.
    Ex. The main concern is to look into current use of, and interest in, electronic information services, and also to gauge opinion on setting up a data base concerned solely with development issues.
    Ex. This article presents a detailed discussion of the use of Hypermedia for authoring, organisation and presentation of information.
    Ex. Each of the binders is portable and can be separately studied.
    Ex. A recitation of the best thought out principles for a cataloging code is easily drowned out by the clatter of a bank of direct access devices vainly searching for misplaced records.
    Ex. Examines the advantages and disadvantages of approval plans suggesting that each library must carefully weigh them in order to determine its own best course of action.
    Ex. This article offers an account of the processes shaping the professionalisation of college and research librarianship within the framework of 4 contemporary sociological theories.
    Ex. Syntactic relationships arise from the syntax of the document which is undergoing analysis, and derive solely from literary warrant.
    Ex. 141 data bases were observed, most of them had been developed in the life sciences as well as in the earth, ocean and space sciences.
    Ex. Where problems do arise it is sensible to check out the training programme before blaming the assistant for poor performance of duties.
    Ex. Turnaround managers want current financial and working capital analyses broken out by cost/profit centres.
    Ex. Are we prepared to dig deep into our well of humanity & humility in order to uplift ourselves?.
    Ex. Her central themes are still love and sex, but she digs deeper beneath the surface to examine the gray areas of moral responsibility and gender relations.
    Ex. The author weighs up whether a dumbing down has taken place in the UK tabloid and broadsheet press.
    Ex. There is only space to review briefly the special problems associated with the descriptive cataloguing of nonbook materials.
    Ex. Some theorists hold that one stage must be completely worked through before the next stage can be entered.
    Ex. It is paramount to put designers themselves under the spotlight for investigative purposes.
    Ex. When the profession once more brought censorship under the spotlight in the 70s, it was less critical and more loath to take a stand.
    Ex. If this appears to be excessively difficult, maybe it is time to question whether the tool is too complex.
    Ex. The librarian sometimes must probe to discover the context of the question and to be able to discuss various possible approaches and explore their merits.
    ----
    * al analizar Algo más detenidamente = on closer examination, on closer inspection.
    * analizar brevemente = take + a look at.
    * analizar críticamente = pull + Nombre + to bits.
    * analizar de nuevo = reexamine [re-examine].
    * analizar desde una perspectiva = see through.
    * analizar desde un punto de vista crítico = cast + a critical eye over.
    * analizar detenidamente = be carefully considered, think through.
    * analizar de un modo imparcial = take + a cool look at.
    * analizar en = break down into.
    * analizar en detalle = consider + in detail.
    * analizar la posibilidad de (que) = examine + the possibility that/of.
    * analizar las posibilidades de = look at + the prospects for.
    * analizar los pormenores de una situación = look + behind the scene.
    * analizar minuciosamente = come under + scrutiny, pore.
    * analizar por separado = dissect.
    * analizar sintácticamente = parse.
    * analizar una cuestión = explore + question, explore + issue.
    * analizar una posibilidad = explore + idea.
    * analizar un tema = explore + theme.
    * reanalizar = reexamine [re-examine].
    * ser analizado como una frase = be phrase parsed.
    * sin analizar = unexamined, unanalysed.
    * volver a analizar = reexamine [re-examine], reanalyse [reanalyze, -USA].
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1) ( examinar) to analyze*, examine
    2) (Med, Quím) to analyze*
    3) (Ling) to parse
    2.
    analizarse v pron to undergo o have analysis
    * * *
    = analyse [analyze, -USA], assess, break down, discuss, explore, look at, look into, present + discussion, study, think out, weigh, offer + an account of, undergo + analysis, observe, check out, break out, dig + deep, dig + deep beneath the surface, weigh up, review, work through, put + Nombre + under the spotlight, bring + Nombre + under the spotlight, question, probe.

    Ex: With a clear objective, the next step is to analyse the concepts that are present in a search.

    Ex: Without such guidelines each document would need to be assessed individually, and inconsistencies would be inevitable.
    Ex: The holdings are broken down into several volumes, shown as the next level of the pyramid.
    Ex: This review also illustrates some of the issues which cataloguers have discussed over the years, and demonstrates other solutions to standards in cataloguing than those embodied in modern cataloguing codes.
    Ex: Next I will illustrate a simple search profile which does not explore all possible synonyms, but does serve to illustrate weighted term logic.
    Ex: This article looks at three interrelated issues regarding on-line services based on the recent literature.
    Ex: The main concern is to look into current use of, and interest in, electronic information services, and also to gauge opinion on setting up a data base concerned solely with development issues.
    Ex: This article presents a detailed discussion of the use of Hypermedia for authoring, organisation and presentation of information.
    Ex: Each of the binders is portable and can be separately studied.
    Ex: A recitation of the best thought out principles for a cataloging code is easily drowned out by the clatter of a bank of direct access devices vainly searching for misplaced records.
    Ex: Examines the advantages and disadvantages of approval plans suggesting that each library must carefully weigh them in order to determine its own best course of action.
    Ex: This article offers an account of the processes shaping the professionalisation of college and research librarianship within the framework of 4 contemporary sociological theories.
    Ex: Syntactic relationships arise from the syntax of the document which is undergoing analysis, and derive solely from literary warrant.
    Ex: 141 data bases were observed, most of them had been developed in the life sciences as well as in the earth, ocean and space sciences.
    Ex: Where problems do arise it is sensible to check out the training programme before blaming the assistant for poor performance of duties.
    Ex: Turnaround managers want current financial and working capital analyses broken out by cost/profit centres.
    Ex: Are we prepared to dig deep into our well of humanity & humility in order to uplift ourselves?.
    Ex: Her central themes are still love and sex, but she digs deeper beneath the surface to examine the gray areas of moral responsibility and gender relations.
    Ex: The author weighs up whether a dumbing down has taken place in the UK tabloid and broadsheet press.
    Ex: There is only space to review briefly the special problems associated with the descriptive cataloguing of nonbook materials.
    Ex: Some theorists hold that one stage must be completely worked through before the next stage can be entered.
    Ex: It is paramount to put designers themselves under the spotlight for investigative purposes.
    Ex: When the profession once more brought censorship under the spotlight in the 70s, it was less critical and more loath to take a stand.
    Ex: If this appears to be excessively difficult, maybe it is time to question whether the tool is too complex.
    Ex: The librarian sometimes must probe to discover the context of the question and to be able to discuss various possible approaches and explore their merits.
    * al analizar Algo más detenidamente = on closer examination, on closer inspection.
    * analizar brevemente = take + a look at.
    * analizar críticamente = pull + Nombre + to bits.
    * analizar de nuevo = reexamine [re-examine].
    * analizar desde una perspectiva = see through.
    * analizar desde un punto de vista crítico = cast + a critical eye over.
    * analizar detenidamente = be carefully considered, think through.
    * analizar de un modo imparcial = take + a cool look at.
    * analizar en = break down into.
    * analizar en detalle = consider + in detail.
    * analizar la posibilidad de (que) = examine + the possibility that/of.
    * analizar las posibilidades de = look at + the prospects for.
    * analizar los pormenores de una situación = look + behind the scene.
    * analizar minuciosamente = come under + scrutiny, pore.
    * analizar por separado = dissect.
    * analizar sintácticamente = parse.
    * analizar una cuestión = explore + question, explore + issue.
    * analizar una posibilidad = explore + idea.
    * analizar un tema = explore + theme.
    * reanalizar = reexamine [re-examine].
    * ser analizado como una frase = be phrase parsed.
    * sin analizar = unexamined, unanalysed.
    * volver a analizar = reexamine [re-examine], reanalyse [reanalyze, -USA].

    * * *
    analizar [A4 ]
    vt
    A (examinar) to analyze*, examine
    B ( Med, Quím) to analyze*
    C ( Ling) to parse
    to undergo o have analysis
    se está analizando he's undergoing o having analysis, he's seeing an analyst, he's in analysis
    * * *

     

    analizar ( conjugate analizar) verbo transitivo
    a) ( examinar) to analyze( conjugate analyze), examine

    b) (Med, Quím) to analyze( conjugate analyze)

    c) (Ling) to parse

    analizarse verbo pronominal
    to undergo o have analysis
    analizar verbo transitivo to analyze
    ' analizar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    estudiar
    - profundidad
    - punto
    English:
    analyse
    - test
    - analyze
    - go
    - survey
    * * *
    1. [situación, problema] to analyse
    2. [sangre, orina] to test, to analyse
    3. Gram to parse;
    * * *
    v/t analyze
    * * *
    analizar {21} vt
    : to analyze
    * * *
    analizar vb to analyse

    Spanish-English dictionary > analizar

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