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diagnostic tool

  • 1 diagnóstico

    adj.
    diagnostic, referring to diagnosis.
    m.
    diagnosis, diacrisis, identification of a condition or illness.
    * * *
    1 diagnostic
    1 diagnosis
    ————————
    1 diagnosis
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    1.
    2.
    * * *
    masculino diagnosis
    * * *
    = diagnosis [diagnoses, -pl.], diagnostic, diagnostics.
    Nota: Véanse bajo la entrada "-ics" otras palabras con la misma terminación y usadas en el singular.
    Ex. Here ' Diagnosis' is an action term, and so the operator for an action term is assigned to ' Diagnosis'.
    Ex. This article reports the results of a study to investigate the interobserver reliability and diagnostic validity of a commercial electronic stethoscope for telemedicine applications.
    Ex. This article considers the diagnostics of information seeking behaviour including developing a profile of the end user and communicating the information needs.
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    * análisis diagnóstico = diagnostic test.
    * diagnóstico equivocado = misdiagnosis [misdiagnoses, -pl.].
    * diagnóstico incorrecto = misdiagnosis [misdiagnoses, -pl.].
    * diagnóstico médico = medical diagnosis.
    * diagnóstico por imagen = diagnostic imaging.
    * diagnóstico precoz = precocious diagnosis.
    * diagnóstico prenatal = prenatal diagnosis.
    * equivocarse en el diagnóstico = misdiagnose.
    * error de diagnóstico = misdiagnosis [misdiagnoses, -pl.].
    * examen diagnóstico = diagnostic test.
    * herramienta de diagnóstico = diagnostic tool.
    * * *
    masculino diagnosis
    * * *
    = diagnosis [diagnoses, -pl.], diagnostic, diagnostics.
    Nota: Véanse bajo la entrada "-ics" otras palabras con la misma terminación y usadas en el singular.

    Ex: Here ' Diagnosis' is an action term, and so the operator for an action term is assigned to ' Diagnosis'.

    Ex: This article reports the results of a study to investigate the interobserver reliability and diagnostic validity of a commercial electronic stethoscope for telemedicine applications.
    Ex: This article considers the diagnostics of information seeking behaviour including developing a profile of the end user and communicating the information needs.
    * análisis diagnóstico = diagnostic test.
    * diagnóstico equivocado = misdiagnosis [misdiagnoses, -pl.].
    * diagnóstico incorrecto = misdiagnosis [misdiagnoses, -pl.].
    * diagnóstico médico = medical diagnosis.
    * diagnóstico por imagen = diagnostic imaging.
    * diagnóstico precoz = precocious diagnosis.
    * diagnóstico prenatal = prenatal diagnosis.
    * equivocarse en el diagnóstico = misdiagnose.
    * error de diagnóstico = misdiagnosis [misdiagnoses, -pl.].
    * examen diagnóstico = diagnostic test.
    * herramienta de diagnóstico = diagnostic tool.

    * * *
    diagnostic
    diagnosis
    Compuesto:
    early diagnosis
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    Del verbo diagnosticar: ( conjugate diagnosticar)

    diagnostico es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    diagnosticó es:

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

    Multiple Entries:
    diagnosticar    
    diagnóstico
    diagnosticar ( conjugate diagnosticar) verbo transitivo
    to diagnose
    diagnóstico sustantivo masculino
    diagnosis
    diagnosticar verbo transitivo to diagnose: el médico me diagnosticó una pulmonía vírica, the doctor diagnosed me with viral pneumonia
    diagnóstico sustantivo masculino diagnosis
    ' diagnóstico' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    diagnosticar
    - precoz
    English:
    diagnosis
    - diagnostic
    - misdiagnose
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    diagnóstico, -a
    adj
    diagnostic
    nm
    1. [médico] diagnosis [singular];
    realizar un diagnóstico to make a diagnosis
    2. [de situación] diagnosis
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    I adj diagnostic
    II m diagnosis
    * * *
    diagnóstico, -ca adj
    : diagnostic
    : diagnosis
    * * *
    diagnóstico n diagnosis [pl. diagnoses]

    Spanish-English dictionary > diagnóstico

  • 2 herramienta

    f.
    1 tool.
    2 tools.
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    1 tool
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    noun f.
    * * *
    SF
    1) [gen] tool
    pl herramientas set of tools
    2) hum [de toro] horns pl ; (=dientes) teeth pl
    * * *
    femenino tool
    * * *
    = instrument, tool.
    Ex. The Rowell observation scale for the measurement of reading attitude by teachers was included as a fourth instrument.
    Ex. Prior to the 1970s UDC was frequently to be found in large card indexes in special libraries and sometimes to be encountered in abstracting and indexing tools.
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    * barra de herramientas = toolbar.
    * caja de herramientas = toolbox [tool box], utility toolbox.
    * herramienta bibliográfica = bibliographical tool.
    * herramienta de apoyo = enabler.
    * herramienta de autoedición = authoring aid, authoring tool.
    * herramienta de autoedición para páginas web = Web authoring tool.
    * herramienta de ayuda a la escritura = writing aid.
    * herramienta de ayuda a la lectura = reading aid.
    * herramienta de búsqueda = search aid, finding aid, search tool.
    * herramienta de desarrollo = development tool.
    * herramienta de diagnóstico = diagnostic tool.
    * herramienta de evaluación = assessment tool.
    * herramienta de evalución = evaluation tool.
    * herramienta de gestión = management tool, managerial tool.
    * herramienta de indización = indexing tool.
    * herramienta de integración = integrator.
    * herramienta de investigación = research tool.
    * herramienta de jardín = garden tool.
    * herramienta de la profesión = tool of the trade.
    * herramienta de navegación = navigation tool.
    * herramienta de programación = scripting tool.
    * herramienta de recuperación de información = retrieval tool.
    * herramienta de referencia = reference tool.
    * herramienta de trabajo = tool.
    * herramienta de uso de Internet = Internet appliance.
    * herramienta educativa = educational aid.
    * herramienta eléctrica = power tool.
    * herramienta informática = computer tool.
    * herramienta manual = hand tool.
    * herramienta mecánica = machine tool.
    * herramienta para el jardín = garden tool.
    * herramienta para el uso de la información = information appliance.
    * herramienta para especialistas = specialist tool.
    * herramienta para la gestión de la información = information-managing tool.
    * herramienta para profesionales = specialist tool, professional tool.
    * herramienta pedagógica = pedagogical tool.
    * herramienta profesional = specialist tool, professional tool.
    * herramientas = toolbox [tool box], gear.
    * herramientas de ayuda = helper utility.
    * herramientas de ayuda para la búsqueda = searching aid.
    * herramientas de desarrollo = toolkit.
    * herramientas de navegación = navigation facilities.
    * herramientas para la selección = selection tools.
    * juego de herramientas = toolkit.
    * menú de herramientas para trabajar con gráficos = tool palette.
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    femenino tool
    * * *
    = instrument, tool.

    Ex: The Rowell observation scale for the measurement of reading attitude by teachers was included as a fourth instrument.

    Ex: Prior to the 1970s UDC was frequently to be found in large card indexes in special libraries and sometimes to be encountered in abstracting and indexing tools.
    * barra de herramientas = toolbar.
    * caja de herramientas = toolbox [tool box], utility toolbox.
    * herramienta bibliográfica = bibliographical tool.
    * herramienta de apoyo = enabler.
    * herramienta de autoedición = authoring aid, authoring tool.
    * herramienta de autoedición para páginas web = Web authoring tool.
    * herramienta de ayuda a la escritura = writing aid.
    * herramienta de ayuda a la lectura = reading aid.
    * herramienta de búsqueda = search aid, finding aid, search tool.
    * herramienta de desarrollo = development tool.
    * herramienta de diagnóstico = diagnostic tool.
    * herramienta de evaluación = assessment tool.
    * herramienta de evalución = evaluation tool.
    * herramienta de gestión = management tool, managerial tool.
    * herramienta de indización = indexing tool.
    * herramienta de integración = integrator.
    * herramienta de investigación = research tool.
    * herramienta de jardín = garden tool.
    * herramienta de la profesión = tool of the trade.
    * herramienta de navegación = navigation tool.
    * herramienta de programación = scripting tool.
    * herramienta de recuperación de información = retrieval tool.
    * herramienta de referencia = reference tool.
    * herramienta de trabajo = tool.
    * herramienta de uso de Internet = Internet appliance.
    * herramienta educativa = educational aid.
    * herramienta eléctrica = power tool.
    * herramienta informática = computer tool.
    * herramienta manual = hand tool.
    * herramienta mecánica = machine tool.
    * herramienta para el jardín = garden tool.
    * herramienta para el uso de la información = information appliance.
    * herramienta para especialistas = specialist tool.
    * herramienta para la gestión de la información = information-managing tool.
    * herramienta para profesionales = specialist tool, professional tool.
    * herramienta pedagógica = pedagogical tool.
    * herramienta profesional = specialist tool, professional tool.
    * herramientas = toolbox [tool box], gear.
    * herramientas de ayuda = helper utility.
    * herramientas de ayuda para la búsqueda = searching aid.
    * herramientas de desarrollo = toolkit.
    * herramientas de navegación = navigation facilities.
    * herramientas para la selección = selection tools.
    * juego de herramientas = toolkit.
    * menú de herramientas para trabajar con gráficos = tool palette.

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    tool
    entregar las herramientas ( Chi fam euf); to give up the ghost ( colloq euph)
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    herramienta sustantivo femenino
    tool
    herramienta f Téc tool
    caja de herramientas, toolbox
    ' herramienta' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    habilidad
    - llana
    - llave
    - pico
    - puño
    - utensilio
    - desarmador
    - hacha
    - imprescindible
    - lima
    - manejar
    - mazo
    - palo
    English:
    brace
    - drill
    - file
    - hammer
    - implement
    - level
    - pick
    - power tool
    - punch
    - rake
    - spade
    - spanner
    - tool
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    tool
    Informát herramienta de autor authoring tool
    * * *
    f tool
    * * *
    : tool
    * * *
    herramienta n tool

    Spanish-English dictionary > herramienta

  • 3 herramienta de diagnóstico

    Ex. The use of transaction logs as an effective diagnostic tool is hampered by the large amount of raw data produced.
    * * *

    Ex: The use of transaction logs as an effective diagnostic tool is hampered by the large amount of raw data produced.

    Spanish-English dictionary > herramienta de diagnóstico

  • 4 chopping tool (in.) chopping tool; callao tallado bifacialmente

    s.m. choque

    Diccionario Español-Gali > chopping tool (in.) chopping tool; callao tallado bifacialmente

  • 5 comodín

    m.
    1 wildcard, wild card operator, wild card.
    2 joker card, joker, wild card.
    * * *
    1 (mono) joker; (otra carta) wild card
    2 figurado (persona) factotum, man Friday, girl Friday; (cosa) multipurpose tool
    \
    palabra comodín word applicable to anything
    * * *
    1. SM
    1) (Naipes) joker
    2) (=excusa) pretext, stock excuse
    3) (Ling) catch-all, all-purpose word
    4) (Inform) wildcard
    5) (Mec) useful gadget
    2.
    ADJ And, Caribe, Méx = comodón
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    a) (Jueg) ( mono) joker; ( otra carta) wild card

    esta palabra se usa como or de comodín — this word is used to refer to anything and everything

    b) (Inf) wildcard
    * * *
    a) (Jueg) ( mono) joker; ( otra carta) wild card

    esta palabra se usa como or de comodín — this word is used to refer to anything and everything

    b) (Inf) wildcard
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    comodín1
    1 = jack of all trades, factotum.

    Ex: Jacks of all trades are curious by nature: they try to see things through the eyes of others and are only limited by their own ability.

    Ex: Quietly spoken, introverted Henry, the main character, tries to get casual jobs (anything, like a factotum) around Los Angeles.

    comodín2

    Ex: In UDC the colon has to act as an ' all purpose' facet indicator to a very large extent.

    comodín3
    3 = joker.

    Ex: Pseudohallucination is used as the ' joker' in a poker game (i.e. made to take diagnostic values according to clinical need) which has retarded important decisions as to the nature and definition of hallucinations.

    comodín4
    4 = wildcard character, wildcard [wild card].
    Nota: En las búsquedas, símbolo usado para sustituir generalmente un carácter de una palabra.

    Ex: Use one or more question marks as wildcard characters at the end of the word stem to truncate the stem.

    Ex: Use a question mark (?), or wildcard, to specify a limited number of varying characters within or at the end of a word.

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    1 ( jueg) (mono) joker; (otra carta) wild card
    en este juego el dos es comodín twos are wild in this game
    esa excusa se está convirtiendo en un comodín that excuse seems to be getting used o ( colloq) wheeled out rather a lot recently
    en Colombia usan esta palabra como or de comodín in Colombia this word is used to refer to anything and everything
    este banquito nos hace de comodín we use this stool for all sorts of things
    en esta oficina es el comodín in this office she's the general factotum o she does all sorts of jobs
    2 ( Inf) wild card
    * * *

    comodín sustantivo masculino
    a) (Jueg) ( mono) joker;

    ( otra carta) wild card
    b) (Inf) wild card

    comodín sustantivo masculino Naipes joker
    ' comodín' also found in these entries:
    English:
    joker
    - wild
    * * *
    adj
    Am [comodón] comfort-loving
    nm
    1. [naipe] joker
    2. [persona] Jack of all trades;
    una palabra comodín an all-purpose word
    3. Informát wild card
    4. Am [comodón] comfort lover
    * * *
    m
    1 en naipes joker
    2 INFOR wild card
    3 palabra stand-in word
    * * *
    comodín nm, pl - dines
    1) : joker, wild card
    2) : all-purpose word or thing
    3) : pretext, excuse
    * * *
    comodín n joker

    Spanish-English dictionary > comodín

  • 6 Clipper

    Nota: En informática, herramienta de programación.
    Ex. Clipper is a tool which extends programming capabilities and increases the execution speed for data base applications.
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    Nota: En informática, herramienta de programación.

    Ex: Clipper is a tool which extends programming capabilities and increases the execution speed for data base applications.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Clipper

  • 7 Hytelnet

    Nota: En Internet, herramienta de búsqueda de recursos que a través de documentos en hipertexto que contienen miles de centros accesibles mediante Telnet le permite al usuario acceder a ellos a sus recursos.
    Ex. Hytelnet is a resource discovery tool that allows a user to browse through hyptertext documents listing more than 1,400 Telnet-accessible sites on the Internet, and the resources they contain.
    * * *
    Nota: En Internet, herramienta de búsqueda de recursos que a través de documentos en hipertexto que contienen miles de centros accesibles mediante Telnet le permite al usuario acceder a ellos a sus recursos.

    Ex: Hytelnet is a resource discovery tool that allows a user to browse through hyptertext documents listing more than 1,400 Telnet-accessible sites on the Internet, and the resources they contain.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Hytelnet

  • 8 Patito Feo, el

    (n.) = Ugly Duckling, the
    Ex. The article ' The Ugly Duckling: experimental design for decision making' argues that one basic tool for evaluating the effects of change in libraries is the experimental comparison.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Patito Feo, el

  • 9 a bordo de un barco

    = shipboard, on board ship
    Ex. This system will enable the medical personnel at a remote site to contact a physician at a diagnostic centre (ashore or shipboard) and transmit a visual and auditory presentation of the medical data needed for diagnosis.
    Ex. Life on board ship is not easy for anyone, least of all for a small child, who is deprived of nursery and toys at one fell swoop.
    * * *
    = shipboard, on board ship

    Ex: This system will enable the medical personnel at a remote site to contact a physician at a diagnostic centre (ashore or shipboard) and transmit a visual and auditory presentation of the medical data needed for diagnosis.

    Ex: Life on board ship is not easy for anyone, least of all for a small child, who is deprived of nursery and toys at one fell swoop.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a bordo de un barco

  • 10 a discreción

    adv.
    at one's discretion, ad lib, at will.
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    (a voluntad) at one's discretion 2 (sin límite) in great amounts
    * * *
    = at will, no holds barred
    Ex. Once having got into the system, he or she can switch from database to database at will.
    Ex. He has demanded a ' no holds barred' investigation of the causes of the electrical power blackout that crippled New York last week.
    * * *
    = at will, no holds barred

    Ex: Once having got into the system, he or she can switch from database to database at will.

    Ex: He has demanded a ' no holds barred' investigation of the causes of the electrical power blackout that crippled New York last week.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a discreción

  • 11 a pasos agigantados

    by leaps and bounds
    * * *
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    = at an exponential rate, at exponential rates, by leaps and bounds
    Ex. Information technology continues to develop at an exponential rate.
    Ex. Computer and telecommunication technologies, which are advancing at exponential rates, are greatly enhancing the ability to communicate.
    Ex. Diagnostic procedures, treatment and surgical techniques for zoo animals have advanced by leaps and bounds in recent years.
    * * *
    = at an exponential rate, at exponential rates, by leaps and bounds

    Ex: Information technology continues to develop at an exponential rate.

    Ex: Computer and telecommunication technologies, which are advancing at exponential rates, are greatly enhancing the ability to communicate.
    Ex: Diagnostic procedures, treatment and surgical techniques for zoo animals have advanced by leaps and bounds in recent years.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a pasos agigantados

  • 12 abogado

    f. & m.
    1 lawyer, attorney, attorney-at-law, advocate.
    2 public attorney, solicitor.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: abogar.
    * * *
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 lawyer, solicitor (tribunal supremo) barrister
    2 figurado advocate, champion
    \
    ejercer de abogado to practise law, be a lawyer
    abogado de oficio legal -aid lawyer
    abogado defensor counsel for the defense
    abogado del diablo devil's advocate
    abogado del Estado public prosecutor, US attorney general
    abogado laborista union lawyer
    * * *
    (f. - abogada)
    noun
    lawyer, attorney
    * * *
    abogado, -a
    SM / F
    1) lawyer, attorney(-at-law) (EEUU)

    ejercer de abogadoto practise o (EEUU) practice law

    recibirse de abogado esp LAm to qualify as a lawyer

    abogado/a auxiliar — Méx junior lawyer

    abogado/a criminalista — criminal lawyer

    abogado/a defensor(a) — defending counsel

    abogado/a del Estado — public prosecutor, attorney general (EEUU)

    abogado/a de oficio — court-appointed counsel, duty solicitor, public defender (EEUU)

    abogado/a de secano — barrack-room lawyer

    abogado/a laboralista — labour lawyer, labor lawyer (EEUU)

    abogado/a matrimonialista — divorce lawyer

    abogado/a penalista — Méx criminal lawyer

    2) (=defensor, partidario) champion, advocate
    * * *
    - da masculino, femenino ( en general) lawyer, solicitor ( in UK); ( ante un tribunal superior) attorney ( in US), barrister ( in UK)
    * * *
    = attorney, lawyer, prosecutor, barrister-at-law, barrister, trial lawyer.
    Ex. For example, an unwed woman who fears she is pregnant may have appointments made with an attorney in a legal assistance society and conselors in abortion clinics or maternity homes.
    Ex. Conceived initially to demonstrate a potential tool to assist lawyers in adjudicatory proceedings, the system appears to have potential for addressing a broad spectrum of record management requirements.
    Ex. This article discusses one case that illustrates how even well trained federal prosecutors can grow confused about how to apply the intellectual property law.
    Ex. A barrister-at-law Barry quickly adjusted himself to the particular problems of the library profession.
    Ex. An MP, a barrister, and a financial consultant present the case for charging Value Added Tax (VAT) on books.
    Ex. All this deterioration has been to complicate and thereby fatten the pockets of trial lawyers in collusion with our judges.
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    * abogado civil = civilian lawyer, people's lawyer.
    * abogado defensor = defence attorney [defense attorney, -USA].
    * abogado de la corona = Queen's Counsel (QC).
    * abogado del diablo = devil's advocate.
    * abogado del estado = Queen's Counsel (QC).
    * abogado de oficio = legal aid.
    * abogado especializado en divorcios = divorce lawyer.
    * abogado fiscal = prosecuting attorney, district attorney, district counsel.
    * abogado general = advocate-general.
    * abogado matrimonialista = divorce lawyer.
    * abogado procurador = solicitor.
    * abogado que asesora a los presos = jailhouse lawyer.
    * abogado sin escrúpulos = shyster, shark lawyer.
    * ayudante de abogado = paralegal [para-legal].
    * bufete de abogados = law centre, law firm, law office.
    * Colegio de Abogados = Law Society.
    * despacho de abogados = law centre, law office.
    * firma de abogados = legal assistance society, law firm.
    * jerga de los abogados = legalease.
    * * *
    - da masculino, femenino ( en general) lawyer, solicitor ( in UK); ( ante un tribunal superior) attorney ( in US), barrister ( in UK)
    * * *
    = attorney, lawyer, prosecutor, barrister-at-law, barrister, trial lawyer.

    Ex: For example, an unwed woman who fears she is pregnant may have appointments made with an attorney in a legal assistance society and conselors in abortion clinics or maternity homes.

    Ex: Conceived initially to demonstrate a potential tool to assist lawyers in adjudicatory proceedings, the system appears to have potential for addressing a broad spectrum of record management requirements.
    Ex: This article discusses one case that illustrates how even well trained federal prosecutors can grow confused about how to apply the intellectual property law.
    Ex: A barrister-at-law Barry quickly adjusted himself to the particular problems of the library profession.
    Ex: An MP, a barrister, and a financial consultant present the case for charging Value Added Tax (VAT) on books.
    Ex: All this deterioration has been to complicate and thereby fatten the pockets of trial lawyers in collusion with our judges.
    * abogado civil = civilian lawyer, people's lawyer.
    * abogado defensor = defence attorney [defense attorney, -USA].
    * abogado de la corona = Queen's Counsel (QC).
    * abogado del diablo = devil's advocate.
    * abogado del estado = Queen's Counsel (QC).
    * abogado de oficio = legal aid.
    * abogado especializado en divorcios = divorce lawyer.
    * abogado fiscal = prosecuting attorney, district attorney, district counsel.
    * abogado general = advocate-general.
    * abogado matrimonialista = divorce lawyer.
    * abogado procurador = solicitor.
    * abogado que asesora a los presos = jailhouse lawyer.
    * abogado sin escrúpulos = shyster, shark lawyer.
    * ayudante de abogado = paralegal [para-legal].
    * bufete de abogados = law centre, law firm, law office.
    * Colegio de Abogados = Law Society.
    * despacho de abogados = law centre, law office.
    * firma de abogados = legal assistance society, law firm.
    * jerga de los abogados = legalease.

    * * *
    abogado -da
    masculine, feminine
    (en general) lawyer, solicitor ( BrE); (ante un tribunal superior) attorney ( AmE), barrister ( BrE)
    no necesito abogados, yo me sé defender ( fam); I don't need anyone to defend me, I can stand up for myself
    Compuestos:
    abogado criminalista, abogada criminalista
    masculine, feminine criminal lawyer
    abogado defensor, abogada defensora
    masculine, feminine defense lawyer ( AmE), defence counsel ( BrE), counsel for the defence ( BrE)
    masculine devil's advocate
    abogado de oficio, abogada de oficio
    masculine, feminine lawyer provided under the legal aid scheme, public defender ( AmE)
    abogado general, abogada general
    (UE) masculine, feminine advocate general
    abogado del estado, abogada del estado
    masculine, feminine ≈ district attorney ( AmE); ≈ public prosecutor ( BrE)
    abogado laboralista, abogada laboralista
    masculine, feminine labor* lawyer ( AmE), employment lawyer
    abogado matrimonialista, abogada matrimonialista
    masculine, feminine divorce lawyer
    abogado penalista, abogada penalista
    masculine, feminine criminal lawyer
    abogado procesalista, abogada procesalista
    masculine, feminine lawyer in a court of first instance, trial lawyer ( AmE)
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    Del verbo abogar: ( conjugate abogar)

    abogado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    abogado    
    abogar
    abogado
    ◊ -da sustantivo masculino, femenino ( en general) lawyer, solicitor ( in UK);


    ( ante un tribunal superior) attorney ( in US), barrister ( in UK);

    abogado del diablo devil's advocate
    abogado,-a sustantivo masculino y femenino lawyer, solicitor, US attorney, US counsellor
    (en tribunal supremo) barrister
    abogado criminalista, criminal lawyer
    abogado de oficio, legal aid lawyer
    abogado del diablo, Devil's advocate
    abogado del Estado, public prosecutor
    abogado defensor, counsel for the defense
    abogado laboralista, union lawyer
    El término general es lawyer. Un solicitor prepara documentos legales, representa a su cliente en los tribunales inferiores y ayuda al barrister, quien representa a su cliente en los tribunales superiores. En algunos Estados de EE. UU. se emplea la palabra attorney y en otros counsellor, aunque las dos significan lo mismo: lawyer, abogado.
    abogar verbo transitivo to plead
    abogar en favor de, to plead for, defend
    abogar por una causa, to advocate o champion sthg

    ' abogado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    abogada
    - bufete
    - criminalista
    - defensor
    - defensora
    - diablo
    - estado
    - estudiar
    - laboralista
    - letrada
    - letrado
    - minuta
    - monta
    - notaria
    - notario
    - oficio
    - casar
    - cliente
    - clientela
    - consultorio
    - ejercer
    - licenciado
    - patrocinar
    - preciarse
    - procurador
    - qué
    English:
    advice
    - advocate
    - attorney
    - barrister
    - charge
    - client
    - contact
    - counsel
    - counsellor
    - counselor
    - cross-examine
    - dispose
    - draw up
    - lawyer
    - local
    - prosecution
    - see
    - service
    - solicitor
    - strike off
    - brief
    - from
    - legal
    - prosecutor
    * * *
    abogado, -a nm,f
    1. Der lawyer, US attorney
    abogado criminalista criminal lawyer;
    abogado defensor counsel for the defence;
    abogado del Estado public prosecutor;
    abogado de familia family lawyer;
    abogado laboralista labour lawyer;
    abogado matrimonialista divorce lawyer;
    abogado de oficio legal aid lawyer
    2. [intercesor] intermediary;
    [defensor] advocate;
    siempre ha sido un abogado de los pobres he has always stood up for the poor
    abogado del diablo devil's advocate;
    hacer de abogado del diablo to play devil's advocate
    * * *
    m, abogada f lawyer, Br
    solicitor; en tribunal superior attorney, Br
    barrister;
    no le faltaron abogados fig there were plenty of people who defended him
    * * *
    abogado, -da n
    : lawyer, attorney
    * * *
    1. (en general) lawyer / solicitor

    Spanish-English dictionary > abogado

  • 13 abrillantador

    adj.
    polishing.
    m.
    1 polish.
    abrillantador de muebles furniture polish
    2 polishing wax, polisher, polishing liquid, polishing material.
    3 polishing tool, burnisher, polishing machine, polisher.
    * * *
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 (persona) polisher
    1 (producto) polish
    2 (instrumento) polishing tool, polisher
    ————————
    1 (producto) polish
    2 (instrumento) polishing tool, polisher
    * * *
    = polish.
    Ex. Oils extracted from these dried seeds are used for the preparation of resin, oil paints, polish, wood varnish and skin cream.
    ----
    * abrillantador de muebles = furniture polish.
    * abrillantador de suelos = floor polish.
    * abrillantador para el suelo = floor polish.
    * abrillantador para muebles = furniture polish.
    * * *

    Ex: Oils extracted from these dried seeds are used for the preparation of resin, oil paints, polish, wood varnish and skin cream.

    * abrillantador de muebles = furniture polish.
    * abrillantador de suelos = floor polish.
    * abrillantador para el suelo = floor polish.
    * abrillantador para muebles = furniture polish.

    * * *
    (para suelos) polish, floor polish; (para lavavajillas) rinse aid
    * * *

    abrillantador
    I adjetivo polishing
    II sustantivo masculino polish
    ' abrillantador' also found in these entries:
    English:
    polish
    * * *
    [sustancia] polish
    * * *
    m polish
    * * *
    : polish

    Spanish-English dictionary > abrillantador

  • 14 abuela

    f.
    1 grandmother; (fig.) old woman, old lady.
    2 grandmother, grandparent.
    * * *
    1 grandmother (familiarmente) grandma, granny
    2 (vieja) old woman
    \
    éramos pocos y parió la abuela familiar as if that wasn't enough, that was all we needed
    no tener abuela familiar not to be afraid of blowing one's own trumpet
    ¡tu abuela! familiar rubbish!
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    = grandmother, granny, gran, grandma.
    Ex. If we can regard the card catalog as a tool that has been terrific and one about which our grandchildren going to the Smithsonian Institution will say, 'That's what my grandmother used in the olden days,' then we're on our way to letting it die with dignity = Si podemos considerar el catálogo de fichas como una herramienta que ha sido fabulosa y de la que nuestros nietos cuando vayan a la Institución Smithsoniana digan, "Esto es lo que mi abuela usaba antiguamente", entonces estamos empezando a dejarlo morir con dignidad.
    Ex. An ambitious study of the interrelationships of folklore and literature, this book resuscitates the figure of the granny using oral history and fieldwork.
    Ex. Bring back the paddling pool so that mothers and grans can safely take children for a cheap day out; picnic and paddle safely like we used to in the 40s and 50s.
    Ex. This tool enables people to click on the type of person they're having difficulty in choosing a gift for (e.g. mum, dad, granddad, grandma etc) and provides a selection of the most popular present for that person.
    ----
    * abuela materna = maternal grandmother.
    * tía abuela = great-aunt.
    * * *
    = grandmother, granny, gran, grandma.

    Ex: If we can regard the card catalog as a tool that has been terrific and one about which our grandchildren going to the Smithsonian Institution will say, 'That's what my grandmother used in the olden days,' then we're on our way to letting it die with dignity = Si podemos considerar el catálogo de fichas como una herramienta que ha sido fabulosa y de la que nuestros nietos cuando vayan a la Institución Smithsoniana digan, "Esto es lo que mi abuela usaba antiguamente", entonces estamos empezando a dejarlo morir con dignidad.

    Ex: An ambitious study of the interrelationships of folklore and literature, this book resuscitates the figure of the granny using oral history and fieldwork.
    Ex: Bring back the paddling pool so that mothers and grans can safely take children for a cheap day out; picnic and paddle safely like we used to in the 40s and 50s.
    Ex: This tool enables people to click on the type of person they're having difficulty in choosing a gift for (e.g. mum, dad, granddad, grandma etc) and provides a selection of the most popular present for that person.
    * abuela materna = maternal grandmother.
    * tía abuela = great-aunt.

    * * *

     

    abuela sustantivo femenino
    1 grandmother
    familiar grandma, granny
    2 figurado old woman: las abuelas se reúnen en la plaza a conversar, the elderly ladies gather in the square to have a chat
    ♦ Locuciones: no tener abuela, to blow one's own trumpet
    ' abuela' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    dietario
    - distraer
    - mensual
    - ocho
    - remotamente
    - tía
    - yaya
    - abuelo
    - criar
    - nana
    - regalonear
    English:
    blow
    - dead
    - grandmother
    - great-aunt
    - inherit
    - by
    - grand
    - great
    * * *
    f
    1 grandmother;
    ¡cuéntaselo a tu abuela! fam tell me another one fam, Br
    pull the other one! fam ;
    no tener abuela, no necesitar abuela fam be good at blowing one’s own trumpet
    2 fam
    persona mayor old lady
    * * *
    abuela nf
    1) : grandmother
    2) : old woman
    3)
    ¡tu abuela! fam : no way!, forget about it!
    * * *
    abuela n grandmother / grandma / granny [pl. grannies]

    Spanish-English dictionary > abuela

  • 15 abuelita

    f.
    1 grandma, granny, grandmother.
    2 old girl, elderly woman.
    * * *
    SF
    1) Cono Sur (=gorra) baby's bonnet
    2) And (=cuna) cradle
    * * *
    = granny, gran, grandma.
    Ex. An ambitious study of the interrelationships of folklore and literature, this book resuscitates the figure of the granny using oral history and fieldwork.
    Ex. Bring back the paddling pool so that mothers and grans can safely take children for a cheap day out; picnic and paddle safely like we used to in the 40s and 50s.
    Ex. This tool enables people to click on the type of person they're having difficulty in choosing a gift for (e.g. mum, dad, granddad, grandma etc) and provides a selection of the most popular present for that person.
    * * *
    = granny, gran, grandma.

    Ex: An ambitious study of the interrelationships of folklore and literature, this book resuscitates the figure of the granny using oral history and fieldwork.

    Ex: Bring back the paddling pool so that mothers and grans can safely take children for a cheap day out; picnic and paddle safely like we used to in the 40s and 50s.
    Ex: This tool enables people to click on the type of person they're having difficulty in choosing a gift for (e.g. mum, dad, granddad, grandma etc) and provides a selection of the most popular present for that person.

    Spanish-English dictionary > abuelita

  • 16 abuelito

    m.
    granddad, grandpa, grandfather.
    * * *
    abuelito, -a
    * SM / F granddad/granny *, grandpa/grandma *; Méx grandfather/grandmother
    * * *
    - ta (m) grandpa (colloq), granddad (colloq); (f) grandma (colloq), granny (colloq)
    * * *
    = granddaddy, granddad.
    Ex. Their granddaddy hated black people, and so did their cousins and their friends and neighbors -- ignorance breeds bigotry and bigotry can be dangerous.
    Ex. This tool enables people to click on the type of person they're having difficulty in choosing a gift for (e.g. mum, dad, granddad, grandma etc) and provides a selection of the most popular present for that person.
    * * *
    - ta (m) grandpa (colloq), granddad (colloq); (f) grandma (colloq), granny (colloq)
    * * *
    = granddaddy, granddad.

    Ex: Their granddaddy hated black people, and so did their cousins and their friends and neighbors -- ignorance breeds bigotry and bigotry can be dangerous.

    Ex: This tool enables people to click on the type of person they're having difficulty in choosing a gift for (e.g. mum, dad, granddad, grandma etc) and provides a selection of the most popular present for that person.

    * * *
    masculine, feminine
    A ( masculine) grandpa ( colloq), granddad ( colloq)
    B ( feminine) grandma ( colloq), granny ( colloq)
    * * *

    abuelito
    ◊ -ta sustantivo masculino, femenino (m) grandpa (colloq), granddad (colloq);


    (f) grandma (colloq), granny (colloq)
    ' abuelito' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    achacosa
    - achacoso
    - cascada
    - cascado
    English:
    granddad
    - grandpa
    * * *
    abuelito, -a nm,f
    Fam grandpa, f grandma

    Spanish-English dictionary > abuelito

  • 17 abuelo

    m.
    1 grandfather, grandpa, grandparent.
    2 old chap, old timer.
    * * *
    1 grandfather (familiarmente) granddad, grandpa
    2 (viejo) old man
    1 grandparents
    2 figurado ancestors, forbears
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    abuelo, -a
    SM / F
    1) (=pariente) grandfather/grandmother

    ¡tu abuela! — * rubbish!

    - no necesitar abuela
    2) (=anciano) old man/old woman
    3) (=antepasado) ancestor, forbear
    * * *
    - la masculino, femenino
    1) ( pariente) (m) grandfather; (f) grandmother

    abuelo paterno/materno — paternal/maternal grandfather

    como éramos pocos, parió la abuela — (fam & hum) that is/was all we needed (colloq)

    cuéntaselo a tu abuela! — (fam) pull the other one! (colloq)

    no tener abuela — (Méx fam) ( ser muy bueno) to be incredible; ( ser muy malo) to be terrible

    tu abuela! — (fam)

    ¿los lavas tú? - sí, tu abuelita — will you wash them? - like hell I will! (colloq)

    2) (fam) ( persona mayor) (m) old man, old guy (colloq); (f) old woman, old lady

    oiga abuelo! — hey, granddad! (colloq)

    * * *
    = Grandpa, grandfather, granddad.
    Ex. Librarians also provide some assistance with that most familiar and awkward-to-handle enquiry from library users concerning the possible value of Grandpa's old Bible or other old book unearthed in the attic during a clear-out.
    Ex. Their grandfathers and great-grandfathers are dead, and the library belongs to the living, who inhabit a different world.
    Ex. This tool enables people to click on the type of person they're having difficulty in choosing a gift for (e.g. mum, dad, granddad, grandma etc) and provides a selection of the most popular present for that person.
    ----
    * abuelo materno = maternal grandfather.
    * abuelos = grandparents.
    * bisabuelo = great-grandfather.
    * el abuelo de = the granddaddy of.
    * tío abuelo = great-uncle.
    * * *
    - la masculino, femenino
    1) ( pariente) (m) grandfather; (f) grandmother

    abuelo paterno/materno — paternal/maternal grandfather

    como éramos pocos, parió la abuela — (fam & hum) that is/was all we needed (colloq)

    cuéntaselo a tu abuela! — (fam) pull the other one! (colloq)

    no tener abuela — (Méx fam) ( ser muy bueno) to be incredible; ( ser muy malo) to be terrible

    tu abuela! — (fam)

    ¿los lavas tú? - sí, tu abuelita — will you wash them? - like hell I will! (colloq)

    2) (fam) ( persona mayor) (m) old man, old guy (colloq); (f) old woman, old lady

    oiga abuelo! — hey, granddad! (colloq)

    * * *
    = Grandpa, grandfather, granddad.

    Ex: Librarians also provide some assistance with that most familiar and awkward-to-handle enquiry from library users concerning the possible value of Grandpa's old Bible or other old book unearthed in the attic during a clear-out.

    Ex: Their grandfathers and great-grandfathers are dead, and the library belongs to the living, who inhabit a different world.
    Ex: This tool enables people to click on the type of person they're having difficulty in choosing a gift for (e.g. mum, dad, granddad, grandma etc) and provides a selection of the most popular present for that person.
    * abuelo materno = maternal grandfather.
    * abuelos = grandparents.
    * bisabuelo = great-grandfather.
    * el abuelo de = the granddaddy of.
    * tío abuelo = great-uncle.

    * * *
    abuelo -la
    masculine, feminine
    A (pariente) ( masculine) grandfather; ( feminine) grandmother
    mis abuelos my grandparents
    abuelo paterno/materno paternal/maternal grandfather
    uno de mis abuelos era taxista one of my grandfathers was a taxi driver
    como or tras que éramos pocos, parió la abuela ( fam hum); that is/was all we needed ( colloq), as if we didn't have enough problems ( colloq)
    y encima perdí el dinero — tras que éramos pocos … and to cap it all I lost the money — that's all we needed! o as if we didn't have enough problems!
    ¡cuéntaselo or ( Chi) anda a cantarle a tu abuela! ( fam); pull the other one (it's got bells on)! ( colloq), go tell it to the Marines! ( AmE)
    no necesitas abuela or no tienes abuela ( Esp fam hum); you are modest! ( iro), you're very full of yourself ( iro), you're always blowing your own trumpet ( colloq)
    no tener abuela ( Méx fam) (ser muy bueno) to be incredible; (ser muy malo) to be terrible
    ¡tu abuela! ( fam): ¿los lavas tú? — sí, tu abuelita will you wash them? — like hell I will! o get lost! ( colloq)
    B ( fam) (persona mayor) ( masculine) old man, old guy ( colloq); ( feminine) old woman, old lady ( esp BrE)
    el teatro estaba lleno de abuelitos the theater was full of old folk ( colloq)
    ¡oiga abuelo, por la otra puerta! hey, granddad, use the other door! ( colloq)
    * * *

     

    abuelo
    ◊ -la sustantivo masculino, femenino

    1 ( pariente) (m) grandfather;
    (f) grandmother;

    ¡cuéntaselo a tu abuela! (fam) pull the other one! (colloq)
    2 (fam) ( persona mayor) (m) old man, old guy (colloq);
    (f) old woman, old lady;
    ¡oiga abuelo! hey, granddad! (colloq)

    abuelo sustantivo masculino
    1 grandfather
    familiar grandad, grandpa: mis dos abuelos son de Albacete, both my grandfathers are from Albacete
    2 figurado old man 3 abuelos, grandparents: sus abuelos maternos están de viaje por China, her grandparents from her mother's side are travelling around China
    ' abuelo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    abrigar
    - andanzas
    - gagá
    - nobiliaria
    - nobiliario
    - tío
    - yayo
    - paterno
    - tata
    English:
    about
    - grandfather
    - great-uncle
    - maternal
    - out
    - grandad
    - grand
    - great
    - remind
    * * *
    abuelo, -a nm,f
    1. [familiar] grandfather, f grandmother;
    abuelos grandparents;
    Fam
    ¡cuéntaselo a tu abuela! you're pulling my leg!, Br pull the other one!;
    Fam
    éramos pocos y parió la abuela that was all we needed;
    Fam
    no necesitar abuela to be full of oneself
    abuelo materno maternal grandfather;
    abuelo paterno paternal grandfather
    2. [anciano] [hombre] old man, old person;
    [mujer] old woman, old person;
    tenga, abuelo, siéntese aquí here, have this seat
    * * *
    m
    1 grandfather
    2 fam
    persona mayor old man
    3
    :
    abuelos grandparents
    * * *
    abuelo nm
    1) : grandfather
    2) : old man
    3) abuelos nmpl
    : grandparents, ancestors
    * * *
    abuelo n grandfather / grandad

    Spanish-English dictionary > abuelo

  • 18 aceptar una idea

    (v.) = accept + notion, deal with + concept
    Ex. As the services prove their value and as librarians and their clientele continue to push for subsidization, society and the legislators will gradually accept the notion that at least some of these new expensive services are deserving of support.
    Ex. In this age of financial restriction we have to see ourselves, even at the smallest unit, as an international library resource network, and unless we can deal with this concept we can't rework the ISBD into a viable tool.
    * * *
    (v.) = accept + notion, deal with + concept

    Ex: As the services prove their value and as librarians and their clientele continue to push for subsidization, society and the legislators will gradually accept the notion that at least some of these new expensive services are deserving of support.

    Ex: In this age of financial restriction we have to see ourselves, even at the smallest unit, as an international library resource network, and unless we can deal with this concept we can't rework the ISBD into a viable tool.

    Spanish-English dictionary > aceptar una idea

  • 19 acostumbrarse a una idea

    (v.) = get used to + idea, deal with + concept
    Ex. Then, leaning back in her chair and with an impish smile playing about her mouth, she said: 'You know I can't quite get used to the idea of him giving up his job to follow his wife'.
    Ex. In this age of financial restriction we have to see ourselves, even at the smallest unit, as an international library resource network, and unless we can deal with this concept we can't rework the ISBD into a viable tool.
    * * *
    (v.) = get used to + idea, deal with + concept

    Ex: Then, leaning back in her chair and with an impish smile playing about her mouth, she said: 'You know I can't quite get used to the idea of him giving up his job to follow his wife'.

    Ex: In this age of financial restriction we have to see ourselves, even at the smallest unit, as an international library resource network, and unless we can deal with this concept we can't rework the ISBD into a viable tool.

    Spanish-English dictionary > acostumbrarse a una idea

  • 20 administración de personal

    Ex. Granted, performance evaluation may be an imperfect tool in personnel administration.
    * * *

    Ex: Granted, performance evaluation may be an imperfect tool in personnel administration.

    Spanish-English dictionary > administración de personal

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