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  • 1 BTI (Indice Británico de Tecnología)

    Ex. However, both BTI and LCSH occasionally use headings of this kind, though one could argue strongly that these are out of place in direct entry methods, and they come in for trenchant criticism from Metcalfe.

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  • 2 Indice Británico de Tecnología (BTI)

    Ex. However, both BTI and LCSH occasionally use headings of this kind, though one could argue strongly that these are out of place in direct entry methods, and they come in for trenchant criticism from Metcalfe.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Indice Británico de Tecnología (BTI)

  • 3 a pesar de (que)

    = albeit (that), despite, in spite of, notwithstanding, although, despite the fact that, in spite of the fact that
    Ex. Present, classical catalog designs are elaborations, albeit considerable elaborations, of these sixteenth-century developments.
    Ex. The scheme covers all knowledge, despite being special in purpose.
    Ex. In spite of its inherent conservatism, the BM code favours direct entry.
    Ex. Notwithstanding these activities, the printed word remains an essential vehicle for transmitting information to both specialized and general audiences.
    Ex. These are the strengths of the Journal of Common Market Studies, although even this journal has a wider remit than its title suggest.
    Ex. Strangely enough, despite the fact that he was buddies with Henry Kissinger at Harvard, he is registered as a member of the Democratic Party.
    Ex. In spite of the fact that the investigation of the relationship of these two factors would be very important, there is still hardly any research done on this topic.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a pesar de (que)

  • 4 acceso

    m.
    1 entrance (entrada).
    2 access (paso).
    3 approach road (road).
    4 fit (ataque).
    un acceso de tos a fit of coughing
    5 outburst, seizure, onrush, outbreak.
    6 attack, bout.
    7 gateway.
    8 aditus.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: accesar.
    * * *
    1 (entrada) access, entry; (a una ciudad) approach
    2 (de tos) fit; (de fiebre) attack, bout
    3 figurado (ataque) fit, outburst
    4 INFORMÁTICA access
    \
    'Prohibido el acceso' "No admittance"
    * * *
    noun m.
    1) access, entry
    2) admittance, entrance
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=posibilidad de entrar) [a edificio, institución, mercado, documentos] access; [a competición] entry

    acceso prohibido, prohibido el acceso — no entry, no admittance

    (código de) acceso internacional — (Telec) international (dialling) code

    dar acceso a — [+ lugar] to lead to; [+ institución] to give entry to; [+ competición] to provide a place in; [+ información] to give access to

    de fácil acceso, un puerto de fácil acceso — a port with easy access

    acceso gratuitofree admission

    2) (=llegada)
    a) [en coche] access

    carretera o vía de acceso — [a ciudad] approach road; [a autovía] slip road

    b) [de avión] approach
    3) (=entrada) entrance
    4) (Univ) (=ingreso) entrance

    curso de acceso — access course

    prueba de acceso — entrance exam

    5) (Inform) access
    6) (=ataque)
    a) (Med) [de asma, fiebre] attack; [de tos] fit
    b) [de celos, cólera] fit; [de generosidad] display
    * * *
    1)
    a) ( a un lugar) access

    los accesos a la ciudadroads into o approaches to the city

    b) (a persona, documento) access
    c) (Inf) access

    acceso aleatorio/secuencial — random/sequential access

    2)
    a) (a puesto, cargo) accession (frml)
    b) ( a curso) entrance
    3) (Med) attack

    en un acceso de ira/celos — in a fit of rage/jealousy

    * * *
    = access, admittance, login, entry, approach path.
    Ex. Access to the contents of data bases is via some computer-searching technique, often using an online terminal.
    Ex. New rules have made it possible to show films publicly with free admittance.
    Ex. Internet access for electronic messaging, file transfer, and remote login to computer was originally only available to individuals in education and research institutions.
    Ex. The entry, change, and extraction of word and phrases from abstracts is described in detail in Chapter 9.
    Ex. Approach paths to site should be wide and non-slippery with liberal use being made of ramps.
    ----
    * acceso abierto = open access (OA).
    * acceso a distancia = remote access.
    * acceso a la información por el autor = author approach.
    * acceso a la información por el título = title approach.
    * acceso a la información por la materia = subject approach to information, subject approach.
    * acceso aleatorio = random access.
    * acceso a los artículos de las publicaciones periódicas = article-level access.
    * acceso a los documentos = document delivery.
    * acceso concurrente = concurrent access.
    * acceso dedicado = dedicated access.
    * acceso de sólo lectura = read-only access.
    * acceso directo = direct access.
    * acceso en línea = online access.
    * acceso identificado = password access.
    * acceso libre = self-help, free access.
    * acceso mediante contraseña = password access.
    * acceso mediante línea telefónica = dial-access.
    * acceso mediante llamada telefónica = dial-in access, dial-up access, dial up phone line.
    * acceso múltiple = multiple access.
    * acceso para todos = access for all.
    * acceso por CD-ROM = CD-ROM access.
    * acceso por materias = subject access.
    * acceso público = public access.
    * acceso remoto = remote access.
    * acceso restringido = restricted access.
    * accesos = demand load.
    * acceso selectivo = selective access.
    * acceso simultáneo = concurrent access.
    * acceso sólo electrónico = e-only access.
    * acceso violento = paroxysm.
    * base de datos de acceso mediante suscripción = subscription database.
    * biblioteca de acceso restringido = closed-stack library.
    * biblioteca de libre acceso = open access library.
    * camino de acceso = approach path.
    * clave de acceso = password.
    * Comisión Europea para la Preservación y el Acceso (ECPA) = European Commission on Preservation and Access (ECPA).
    * conseguir acceso = gain + access, gain + admittance.
    * control de acceso = access control.
    * dar acceso = provide + access.
    * dar acceso a = give + access to.
    * de acceso público = publicly accessible.
    * de acceso rápido = fast-access.
    * de acceso restringido = closed access.
    * de fácil acceso = easily available, over the counter, handy.
    * derecho de acceso = access right.
    * derecho de acceso a la información = right of access to information.
    * estanterías de libre acceso = open shelves.
    * facilidad de acceso = reachability.
    * falta de acceso = unavailability.
    * fichero de acceso aleatorio = random access file.
    * fichero de punto de acceso = access-point file.
    * filtrar el acceso = filter + access.
    * fondo de acceso restringido = reserve collection.
    * fondo de recursos electrónicos de acceso restringido = electronic reserve.
    * fondos de acceso libre = open stacks.
    * fondos de acceso restringido = closed access collection, closed stacks, closed access stacks.
    * fondos de libre acceso = open access stacks.
    * igualdad de acceso = equity of access.
    * libertad de acceso a la lectura = freedom to read.
    * licencia de acceso = subscription license.
    * licencia de acceso a información electrónica = license [licence, -USA], licensing.
    * memoria de acceso aleatorio (RAM) = random access memory (RAM).
    * módulo de aceso de un portal = portlet.
    * módulo de catálogo de acceso público en línea = online public access catalogue module.
    * nombre de acceso = login.
    * nombre de acceso al sistema = system logon name.
    * obtener acceso = gain + access, gain + admittance.
    * ofrecer acceso = provide + access.
    * posibilidades de acceso = access capabilities.
    * programa de acceso a Internet = browser software.
    * programas de acceso = access software.
    * puerta de acceso = gateway.
    * punto de acceso = access point, entry point, entry term, index entry, retrieval access, search key, access point, service point, point of access, entrance point.
    * puntos de acceso = entry vocabulary.
    * rampa de acceso = ramp, access ramp.
    * servicio de acceso público = public delivery service.
    * sistema de acceso mediante tarjeta = card access system.
    * tarjeta de acceso = swipecard.
    * tener acceso a información confidencial = be on the inside.
    * tiempo de acceso = access time, seek time, access speed.
    * todo el mundo debe tener acceso a la información = access for all.
    * vía de acceso rápido = fast track.
    * * *
    1)
    a) ( a un lugar) access

    los accesos a la ciudadroads into o approaches to the city

    b) (a persona, documento) access
    c) (Inf) access

    acceso aleatorio/secuencial — random/sequential access

    2)
    a) (a puesto, cargo) accession (frml)
    b) ( a curso) entrance
    3) (Med) attack

    en un acceso de ira/celos — in a fit of rage/jealousy

    * * *
    = access, admittance, login, entry, approach path.

    Ex: Access to the contents of data bases is via some computer-searching technique, often using an online terminal.

    Ex: New rules have made it possible to show films publicly with free admittance.
    Ex: Internet access for electronic messaging, file transfer, and remote login to computer was originally only available to individuals in education and research institutions.
    Ex: The entry, change, and extraction of word and phrases from abstracts is described in detail in Chapter 9.
    Ex: Approach paths to site should be wide and non-slippery with liberal use being made of ramps.
    * acceso abierto = open access (OA).
    * acceso a distancia = remote access.
    * acceso a la información por el autor = author approach.
    * acceso a la información por el título = title approach.
    * acceso a la información por la materia = subject approach to information, subject approach.
    * acceso aleatorio = random access.
    * acceso a los artículos de las publicaciones periódicas = article-level access.
    * acceso a los documentos = document delivery.
    * acceso concurrente = concurrent access.
    * acceso dedicado = dedicated access.
    * acceso de sólo lectura = read-only access.
    * acceso directo = direct access.
    * acceso en línea = online access.
    * acceso identificado = password access.
    * acceso libre = self-help, free access.
    * acceso mediante contraseña = password access.
    * acceso mediante línea telefónica = dial-access.
    * acceso mediante llamada telefónica = dial-in access, dial-up access, dial up phone line.
    * acceso múltiple = multiple access.
    * acceso para todos = access for all.
    * acceso por CD-ROM = CD-ROM access.
    * acceso por materias = subject access.
    * acceso público = public access.
    * acceso remoto = remote access.
    * acceso restringido = restricted access.
    * accesos = demand load.
    * acceso selectivo = selective access.
    * acceso simultáneo = concurrent access.
    * acceso sólo electrónico = e-only access.
    * acceso violento = paroxysm.
    * base de datos de acceso mediante suscripción = subscription database.
    * biblioteca de acceso restringido = closed-stack library.
    * biblioteca de libre acceso = open access library.
    * camino de acceso = approach path.
    * clave de acceso = password.
    * Comisión Europea para la Preservación y el Acceso (ECPA) = European Commission on Preservation and Access (ECPA).
    * conseguir acceso = gain + access, gain + admittance.
    * control de acceso = access control.
    * dar acceso = provide + access.
    * dar acceso a = give + access to.
    * de acceso público = publicly accessible.
    * de acceso rápido = fast-access.
    * de acceso restringido = closed access.
    * de fácil acceso = easily available, over the counter, handy.
    * derecho de acceso = access right.
    * derecho de acceso a la información = right of access to information.
    * estanterías de libre acceso = open shelves.
    * facilidad de acceso = reachability.
    * falta de acceso = unavailability.
    * fichero de acceso aleatorio = random access file.
    * fichero de punto de acceso = access-point file.
    * filtrar el acceso = filter + access.
    * fondo de acceso restringido = reserve collection.
    * fondo de recursos electrónicos de acceso restringido = electronic reserve.
    * fondos de acceso libre = open stacks.
    * fondos de acceso restringido = closed access collection, closed stacks, closed access stacks.
    * fondos de libre acceso = open access stacks.
    * igualdad de acceso = equity of access.
    * libertad de acceso a la lectura = freedom to read.
    * licencia de acceso = subscription license.
    * licencia de acceso a información electrónica = license [licence, -USA], licensing.
    * memoria de acceso aleatorio (RAM) = random access memory (RAM).
    * módulo de aceso de un portal = portlet.
    * módulo de catálogo de acceso público en línea = online public access catalogue module.
    * nombre de acceso = login.
    * nombre de acceso al sistema = system logon name.
    * obtener acceso = gain + access, gain + admittance.
    * ofrecer acceso = provide + access.
    * posibilidades de acceso = access capabilities.
    * programa de acceso a Internet = browser software.
    * programas de acceso = access software.
    * puerta de acceso = gateway.
    * punto de acceso = access point, entry point, entry term, index entry, retrieval access, search key, access point, service point, point of access, entrance point.
    * puntos de acceso = entry vocabulary.
    * rampa de acceso = ramp, access ramp.
    * servicio de acceso público = public delivery service.
    * sistema de acceso mediante tarjeta = card access system.
    * tarjeta de acceso = swipecard.
    * tener acceso a información confidencial = be on the inside.
    * tiempo de acceso = access time, seek time, access speed.
    * todo el mundo debe tener acceso a la información = access for all.
    * vía de acceso rápido = fast track.

    * * *
    A
    1 (a un lugar) access
    el acceso al edificio no presenta ningún problema there is no problem gaining access to o getting into the building
    rutas de acceso approach roads
    los accesos a la ciudad están bloqueados roads into o approaches to the city are blocked
    esta puerta es el único acceso al jardín this door is the only way into o the only means of access to the garden
    rampa para acceso con silla de ruedas ramp for wheelchair access
    4 ( Inf) access
    Compuestos:
    random access
    sequential access
    B
    1 (a un puesto, cargo) accession ( frml)
    desde su acceso al poder since coming to o assuming power
    2 (a un curso) entrance
    pruebas de acceso entrance examinations
    curso de acceso preparatory course
    Compuesto:
    direct entry
    C ( Med) attack
    acceso de tos coughing fit
    acceso de fiebre attack of fever
    en un acceso de ira in a fit of rage
    acceso de celos fit of jealousy
    * * *

     

    acceso sustantivo masculino
    1


    b) (a persona, información) access

    c) (Inf) access

    2 ( a curso) entrance;

    curso de acceso preparatory course
    acceso sustantivo masculino
    1 (entrada) access, entry
    2 (ruta, camino, vía) approach, access
    3 (arrebato de ira, de alegría) fit
    Med (ataque de tos, de fiebre) fit
    4 Inform acceso aleatorio, random access
    acceso múltiple, multiaccess
    5 Univ (ingreso) prueba de acceso, entrance examination
    ' acceso' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    abrir
    - bloquear
    - cerrar
    - desbloquear
    - entrada
    - escultórica
    - escultórico
    - franca
    - franco
    - restringir
    - sellar
    - clave
    - directo
    English:
    access
    - access road
    - approach
    - climb
    - concrete
    - entrance
    - fit
    - insider
    - open
    - ram
    - random access
    - service road
    - slip-road
    - spasm
    - specifically
    - ticket barrier
    - accession
    - admittance
    - ease
    - entry
    - pass
    - ramp
    - slip
    * * *
    acceso nm
    1. [entrada] entrance (a to);
    la policía vigila todos los accesos a la capital the police are watching all the approaches to the capital
    2. [paso] access (a to);
    un edificio con acceso para sillas de ruedas a building with wheelchair access;
    esta escalera da acceso a los pisos superiores this staircase gives access to the upper floors;
    tener acceso a algo to have access to sth;
    tiene acceso a información confidencial she has access to confidential information;
    quieren facilitar el acceso de los jóvenes a la vivienda they want to make it easier for young people to find a place of their own (to live)
    3. [a persona] access;
    es un profesor de fácil acceso he's a very accessible teacher
    4. [ataque] fit;
    [de fiebre, gripe] bout;
    un acceso de celos/de locura a fit of jealousy/madness
    5. Formal acceso carnal [acto sexual] sexual act
    6. Informát access;
    [a página Web] hit;
    acceso a Internet Internet access
    acceso aleatorio random access;
    acceso directo direct access;
    acceso remoto remote access;
    acceso secuencial sequential access
    * * *
    m
    1 a un lugar access;
    de difícil acceso inaccessible, difficult to get to
    2 INFOR access;
    acceso a Internet Internet access
    3 de fiebre attack, bout; de tos fit;
    acceso de rabia fit of anger
    * * *
    acceso nm
    1) : access
    2) : admittance, entrance
    * * *
    1. (en general) access
    2. (carretera) road / approach [pl. approaches]

    Spanish-English dictionary > acceso

  • 5 acceso directo

    m.
    direct access, on-line access.
    * * *
    * * *
    Ex. Direct access involves the use of computer files via carriers (e.g. disks, cassettes, cartridges) designed to be inserted into a computer or its auxiliary equipment by the user.
    * * *
    * * *

    Ex: Direct access involves the use of computer files via carriers (e.g. disks, cassettes, cartridges) designed to be inserted into a computer or its auxiliary equipment by the user.

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  • 6 agudo

    adj.
    1 sharp, smart, keen, astute.
    2 intense, severe, fierce, excruciating.
    3 high-pitched, sharp, shrill, piping.
    4 acute, clever, keen, insightful.
    5 witty, clever.
    6 pointed, acute, sharp-edged.
    7 acute.
    8 oxytone, accented in the last syllable, oxytonic, with a stronger phonetic accent on last syllable.
    Acordeón es una palabra aguda "Acordeon" is accented in the last syllable...
    m.
    high-pitch note, treble.
    * * *
    1 (afilado) sharp
    2 (dolor) acute
    4 figurado (sentido) sharp, keen
    5 (voz) high-pitched
    6 (sonido) treble, high
    7 LINGÚÍSTICA (palabra) oxytone; (acento) acute
    * * *
    (f. - aguda)
    adj.
    1) sharp, acute
    2) high, high-pitched
    3) clever, witty
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=afilado) [filo] sharp; [instrumento] sharp, pointed
    2) (=intenso) [enfermedad, dolor] acute; [acento] acute
    3) [ángulo] acute
    4) (=incisivo) [mente, sentido] sharp, keen; [ingenio] ready, lively; [crítica] penetrating; [observación] smart, clever; [pregunta] acute, searching
    5) (=gracioso) witty
    6) (Mús) [nota] high, high-pitched; [voz, sonido] piercing
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    1)
    a) <filo/punta> sharp
    b) < ángulo> acute
    2)
    a) <voz/sonido> high-pitched; < nota> high
    b) < dolor> ( duradero) intense, acute; ( momentáneo) sharp
    c) < crisis> severe
    d) <aumento/descenso> sharp
    3)
    a) ( perspicaz) < persona> quick-witted, sharp; < comentario> shrewd
    b) ( gracioso) <comentario/persona> witty
    c) <sentido/instinto> sharp
    4) < palabra> stressed on the last syllable; < acento> acute
    * * *
    = keen [keener -comp., keenest -sup.], sharp [sharper -comp., sharpest -sup.], trenchant, witty [wittier -comp., wittiest -sup.], perceptive, acute, searing, stinging, heightened, high-pitched, penetrating, razor-sharp, keen-witted, pointy [pointier -comp., pointiest - sup.].
    Ex. Formal logic used to be a keen instrument in the hands of the teacher in his trying of students' souls.
    Ex. 'I'll give it more thought,' she said with a sharp frown, resuming her former posture.
    Ex. However, both BTI and LCSH occasionally use headings of this kind, though one could argue strongly that these are out of place in direct entry methods, and they come in for trenchant criticism from Metcalfe.
    Ex. This book offers pithy and witty advice on how to write, defects in prose style, punctuation, and preparing a manuscript.
    Ex. In their profound and perceptive essay on professionalism, Mary Lee Bundy and Paul Wasserman write at some length on this extraordinary phenomenon, 'the essential timidity of responsibility for solving informational problems and providing unequivocal answers'.
    Ex. In some areas of study, notably the social sciences, the problems vocabulary are acute.
    Ex. His searing and rigorously logical analysis of the '1949 ALA Rules for Entry' is one of my favorite pieces of writing on cataloging.
    Ex. In a stinging rebuke to the American Library Association, Nat Hentoff has criticized the ALA for failing to take action to defend volunteer librarians in Cuba who are being subjected to a brutal crackdown.
    Ex. The heightened level of community awareness has led some local authorities to take the initiative and to become information disseminators in their own right.
    Ex. The noise is a high-pitched whine or hiss the machine emits during operation.
    Ex. In this connection, Ohmes and Jones of the Florida State University Library have offered some rather penetrating insights regarding what they call 'The Other Half of Cataloging'.
    Ex. As mentioned in the first part, developing a razor-sharp memory is not going to occur overnight.
    Ex. She is famous for her series featuring homicide detective Peter Decker and his keen-witted, beautiful wife.
    Ex. So much so that my canines (or eye-teeth, they're the pointy ones) ended up growing over my incisors/first molars rather than between them.
    ----
    * acento agudo = acute.
    * de vista aguda = sharp-eyed.
    * dolor agudo = twinge.
    * Enfermedad + aguda = acute + Enfermedad, a bad case of + Enfermedad.
    * infección aguda = acute infection.
    * miastenia aguda = myasthenia gravis.
    * SARS (Síndrome Respiratorio Agudo y Grave) = SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome).
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    1)
    a) <filo/punta> sharp
    b) < ángulo> acute
    2)
    a) <voz/sonido> high-pitched; < nota> high
    b) < dolor> ( duradero) intense, acute; ( momentáneo) sharp
    c) < crisis> severe
    d) <aumento/descenso> sharp
    3)
    a) ( perspicaz) < persona> quick-witted, sharp; < comentario> shrewd
    b) ( gracioso) <comentario/persona> witty
    c) <sentido/instinto> sharp
    4) < palabra> stressed on the last syllable; < acento> acute
    * * *
    = keen [keener -comp., keenest -sup.], sharp [sharper -comp., sharpest -sup.], trenchant, witty [wittier -comp., wittiest -sup.], perceptive, acute, searing, stinging, heightened, high-pitched, penetrating, razor-sharp, keen-witted, pointy [pointier -comp., pointiest - sup.].

    Ex: Formal logic used to be a keen instrument in the hands of the teacher in his trying of students' souls.

    Ex: 'I'll give it more thought,' she said with a sharp frown, resuming her former posture.
    Ex: However, both BTI and LCSH occasionally use headings of this kind, though one could argue strongly that these are out of place in direct entry methods, and they come in for trenchant criticism from Metcalfe.
    Ex: This book offers pithy and witty advice on how to write, defects in prose style, punctuation, and preparing a manuscript.
    Ex: In their profound and perceptive essay on professionalism, Mary Lee Bundy and Paul Wasserman write at some length on this extraordinary phenomenon, 'the essential timidity of responsibility for solving informational problems and providing unequivocal answers'.
    Ex: In some areas of study, notably the social sciences, the problems vocabulary are acute.
    Ex: His searing and rigorously logical analysis of the '1949 ALA Rules for Entry' is one of my favorite pieces of writing on cataloging.
    Ex: In a stinging rebuke to the American Library Association, Nat Hentoff has criticized the ALA for failing to take action to defend volunteer librarians in Cuba who are being subjected to a brutal crackdown.
    Ex: The heightened level of community awareness has led some local authorities to take the initiative and to become information disseminators in their own right.
    Ex: The noise is a high-pitched whine or hiss the machine emits during operation.
    Ex: In this connection, Ohmes and Jones of the Florida State University Library have offered some rather penetrating insights regarding what they call 'The Other Half of Cataloging'.
    Ex: As mentioned in the first part, developing a razor-sharp memory is not going to occur overnight.
    Ex: She is famous for her series featuring homicide detective Peter Decker and his keen-witted, beautiful wife.
    Ex: So much so that my canines (or eye-teeth, they're the pointy ones) ended up growing over my incisors/first molars rather than between them.
    * acento agudo = acute.
    * de vista aguda = sharp-eyed.
    * dolor agudo = twinge.
    * Enfermedad + aguda = acute + Enfermedad, a bad case of + Enfermedad.
    * infección aguda = acute infection.
    * miastenia aguda = myasthenia gravis.
    * SARS (Síndrome Respiratorio Agudo y Grave) = SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome).

    * * *
    agudo -da
    A
    1 ‹filo/punta› sharp
    2 ‹ángulo› acute
    B
    1 ‹voz› high-pitched; (irritante) shrill; ‹sonido› high-pitched; (irritante) piercing; ‹nota› high
    2 ‹dolor› (duradero) intense, acute; (momentáneo) sharp
    3 ‹crisis› severe
    4 ‹aumento/descenso› sharp
    un agudo descenso del índice de mortalidad a sharp fall in the death rate
    C
    1 (perspicaz) ‹persona› quick-witted, sharp; ‹observación/comentario› shrewd; ‹pregunta› shrewd, searching
    2 (gracioso) ‹comentario/persona› witty
    3 ‹vista› sharp; ‹oído› sharp, acute; ‹sentido/instinto› keen, sharp
    D
    1 ‹palabra› stressed on the last syllable
    2 ‹acento› acute
    * * *

     

    agudo
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    1
    a)filo/punta sharp

    b) ángulo acute

    2
    a)voz/sonido high-pitched;

    nota high
    b) dolor› ( duradero) intense, acute;

    ( momentáneo) sharp
    c) crisis severe

    d)aumento/descenso sharp

    3

    comentario shrewd
    b) ( gracioso) ‹comentario/persona witty

    c)sentido/instinto sharp

    agudo,-a adjetivo
    1 (sensación, enfermedad) acute
    2 (tono de voz) high-pitched
    (sonido) treble, high
    3 (ingenioso) witty
    4 (oído, vista, olfato) sharp, keen
    ' agudo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    aguda
    - fina
    - fino
    - ingeniosa
    - ingenioso
    - lista
    - listo
    - sagaz
    - estridente
    - ladino
    - pinchazo
    - pitido
    - quejido
    English:
    acute
    - crack
    - high
    - high-pitched
    - keen
    - piping
    - quick
    - quick-witted
    - raging
    - sharp
    - shrill
    - witty
    - yap
    * * *
    agudo, -a
    adj
    1. [filo, punta] sharp
    2. [vista, olfato] keen
    3. [crisis, problema, enfermedad] serious, acute
    4. [dolor] intense;
    sentí un dolor agudo al mover el brazo I felt a sharp pain when I moved my arm
    5. [sonido, voz] high, high-pitched
    6. [perspicaz] [persona] sharp, shrewd;
    [ingenio] keen, sharp
    7. [ingenioso] witty;
    estás muy agudo you're on form o very witty today;
    Irónico
    ¡muy agudo! [cuando algo no es gracioso] very clever o funny!;
    [cuando algo es evidente] very observant!
    8. Gram [palabra] stressed on the last syllable
    9. Gram [tilde] acute
    nm
    agudos [sonidos] treble
    * * *
    adj
    1 acute
    2 ( afilado) sharp
    3 sonido high-pitched
    4 ( perspicaz) sharp
    :
    acento agudo acute accent
    * * *
    agudo, -da adj
    1) : acute, sharp
    2) : shrill, high-pitched
    3) perspicaz: clever, shrewd
    * * *
    agudo adj
    1. (en general) sharp
    2. (sonido, voz) high / high pitched
    3. (ángulo, dolor) acute
    4. (comentario) witty [comp. wittier; superl. wittiest]
    5. (sentido) keen
    "sofá" es una palabra aguda the accent is on the last syllable in "sofá"

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  • 7 al margen de

    = divorced from, untouched, outside the purview of, other than, in spite of, despite, although, despite the fact that, in spite of the fact that
    Ex. Initially, however, we shall consider these phenomena as concepts in their own right, divorced from and unrelated to any particular discipline or context of study.
    Ex. Certainly the last thing we want is that books be shut up in tastefully decorated warehouses, watched over by highly trained storekeepers whose main purpose is to see that everything is kept tidily in its place and, as far as possible, untouched by human hands -- especially the sticky-fingered hands of marauding children.
    Ex. Administrative decisions, which are made behind the scenes sometimes outside the purview of a reference department or section, usually determine which reference services are offered.
    Ex. Non-book materials, then, may include any library information or resource centre materials, other than books or monographs.
    Ex. In spite of its inherent conservatism, the BM code favours direct entry.
    Ex. The scheme covers all knowledge, despite being special in purpose.
    Ex. These are the strengths of the Journal of Common Market Studies, although even this journal has a wider remit than its title suggest.
    Ex. Strangely enough, despite the fact that he was buddies with Henry Kissinger at Harvard, he is registered as a member of the Democratic Party.
    Ex. In spite of the fact that the investigation of the relationship of these two factors would be very important, there is still hardly any research done on this topic.
    * * *
    = divorced from, untouched, outside the purview of, other than, in spite of, despite, although, despite the fact that, in spite of the fact that

    Ex: Initially, however, we shall consider these phenomena as concepts in their own right, divorced from and unrelated to any particular discipline or context of study.

    Ex: Certainly the last thing we want is that books be shut up in tastefully decorated warehouses, watched over by highly trained storekeepers whose main purpose is to see that everything is kept tidily in its place and, as far as possible, untouched by human hands -- especially the sticky-fingered hands of marauding children.
    Ex: Administrative decisions, which are made behind the scenes sometimes outside the purview of a reference department or section, usually determine which reference services are offered.
    Ex: Non-book materials, then, may include any library information or resource centre materials, other than books or monographs.
    Ex: In spite of its inherent conservatism, the BM code favours direct entry.
    Ex: The scheme covers all knowledge, despite being special in purpose.
    Ex: These are the strengths of the Journal of Common Market Studies, although even this journal has a wider remit than its title suggest.
    Ex: Strangely enough, despite the fact that he was buddies with Henry Kissinger at Harvard, he is registered as a member of the Democratic Party.
    Ex: In spite of the fact that the investigation of the relationship of these two factors would be very important, there is still hardly any research done on this topic.

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  • 8 automático

    adj.
    1 automatic, auto, automatical, self-operating.
    2 automatic, reflex.
    * * *
    1 automatic
    * * *
    (f. - automática)
    adj.
    * * *
    1.
    2. SM
    1) Cono Sur (=restaurante) self-service restaurant, automat (EEUU)
    2) (=cierre) press stud, popper, snap (fastener) (EEUU)
    * * *
    I
    - ca adjetivo automatic

    es automático, se sienta a ver la tele y se queda dormido — (fam) it happens every time, he sits down in front of the TV and falls asleep

    II
    a) (Fot) self-timer; (Elec) circuit breaker, trip switch
    b) ( cierre) snap fastener (AmE), press-stud (BrE)
    * * *
    = off-hand [offhand], automatic, mindless, electrically-operated, unthinking, knee-jerk, unmanned.
    Ex. They suggest that instead of undergoing off-hand destruction, ephemera be considered a necessary part of a comprehensive archival collection.
    Ex. The superintendent stated that this was an area she herself was anxious to investigate, because for all practical purposes salary increases were automatic and equal 'across-the-board'.
    Ex. This article argues that mindless adulation is no substitute for honest discussions of the bad as well as the good in young adult literature.
    Ex. Attention has also been given to the needs of handicapped users by the provision of electrically-operated doors, invalid toilets and computer terminals with braille keyboards.
    Ex. The author outlines arguments against the unthinking application of new technologies.
    Ex. This publication reviews works on educational reform that represent attempts to do more than merely respond in knee-jerk fashion to political pressure for reform.
    Ex. The 'strategic computing' plan announced by the United States in early 1984 envisages, among others, the use of intelligent robots (for example, to serve as ammunition loaders in tanks, or in unmanned reconnaissance and manipulating devices).
    ----
    * cajero automático = automatic teller machine (ATM).
    * contestador automático = answering machine.
    * dispositivo de desconexión automática transcurrido un tiempo determinado = time out mechanism.
    * puerta corredera automática = automatic sliding door.
    * transmisión automática = automatic transmission.
    * * *
    I
    - ca adjetivo automatic

    es automático, se sienta a ver la tele y se queda dormido — (fam) it happens every time, he sits down in front of the TV and falls asleep

    II
    a) (Fot) self-timer; (Elec) circuit breaker, trip switch
    b) ( cierre) snap fastener (AmE), press-stud (BrE)
    * * *
    = off-hand [offhand], automatic, mindless, electrically-operated, unthinking, knee-jerk, unmanned.

    Ex: They suggest that instead of undergoing off-hand destruction, ephemera be considered a necessary part of a comprehensive archival collection.

    Ex: The superintendent stated that this was an area she herself was anxious to investigate, because for all practical purposes salary increases were automatic and equal 'across-the-board'.
    Ex: This article argues that mindless adulation is no substitute for honest discussions of the bad as well as the good in young adult literature.
    Ex: Attention has also been given to the needs of handicapped users by the provision of electrically-operated doors, invalid toilets and computer terminals with braille keyboards.
    Ex: The author outlines arguments against the unthinking application of new technologies.
    Ex: This publication reviews works on educational reform that represent attempts to do more than merely respond in knee-jerk fashion to political pressure for reform.
    Ex: The 'strategic computing' plan announced by the United States in early 1984 envisages, among others, the use of intelligent robots (for example, to serve as ammunition loaders in tanks, or in unmanned reconnaissance and manipulating devices).
    * cajero automático = automatic teller machine (ATM).
    * contestador automático = answering machine.
    * dispositivo de desconexión automática transcurrido un tiempo determinado = time out mechanism.
    * puerta corredera automática = automatic sliding door.
    * transmisión automática = automatic transmission.

    * * *
    1 ‹lavadora/coche/cámara› automatic
    2 ‹reflejo/reacción› automatic
    es automático, se sienta a ver la tele y se queda dormido ( fam); it happens every time, he sits down in front of the TV and falls asleep, he sits down in front of the TV and automatically falls asleep
    1 ( Fot) self-timer
    2 ( Elec) circuit breaker, trip switch
    3 (corchete) snap fastener ( AmE), press stud ( BrE), popper ( BrE)
    * * *

     

    automático 1
    ◊ -ca adjetivo

    automatic;
    es automático, se sienta a ver la tele y se queda dormido (fam) it happens every time, he sits down in front of the TV and falls asleep
    automático 2 sustantivo masculino
    a) (Fot) self-timer;

    (Elec) circuit breaker, trip switch
    b) ( cierre) snap fastener (AmE), press stud (BrE)

    automático,-a adjetivo automatic
    ' automático' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    automática
    - cajera
    - cajero
    - cambio
    - contestador
    - corchete
    - encendida
    - encendido
    - portera
    - portero
    - contestador automático
    - discado
    - interfono
    English:
    ansaphone
    - answering machine
    - ATM
    - automated-teller machine
    - automatic
    - automatic pilot
    - cash card
    - cash dispenser
    - cash machine
    - dispenser
    - intercom
    - retractable pen
    - self-closing
    - answerphone
    - cash
    - debit
    - direct
    - entry
    - press
    - slot
    - snap
    - timer
    * * *
    automático, -a
    adj
    1. [mecanismo, dispositivo] automatic
    2. [gesto, reacción] automatic;
    la derrota provocó su cese automático he was automatically sacked after the defeat
    nm
    1. [cierre] snap fastener, Br press stud
    2. Elec trip switch
    3. Am [carro, auto] automatic
    * * *
    I adj automatic
    II m L.Am.
    AUTO automatic
    * * *
    automático, -ca adj
    : automatic
    * * *
    automático adj automatic

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  • 9 con independencia de

    independently of
    * * *
    = in spite of, despite, although, despite the fact that, in spite of the fact that
    Ex. In spite of its inherent conservatism, the BM code favours direct entry.
    Ex. The scheme covers all knowledge, despite being special in purpose.
    Ex. These are the strengths of the Journal of Common Market Studies, although even this journal has a wider remit than its title suggest.
    Ex. Strangely enough, despite the fact that he was buddies with Henry Kissinger at Harvard, he is registered as a member of the Democratic Party.
    Ex. In spite of the fact that the investigation of the relationship of these two factors would be very important, there is still hardly any research done on this topic.
    * * *
    = in spite of, despite, although, despite the fact that, in spite of the fact that

    Ex: In spite of its inherent conservatism, the BM code favours direct entry.

    Ex: The scheme covers all knowledge, despite being special in purpose.
    Ex: These are the strengths of the Journal of Common Market Studies, although even this journal has a wider remit than its title suggest.
    Ex: Strangely enough, despite the fact that he was buddies with Henry Kissinger at Harvard, he is registered as a member of the Democratic Party.
    Ex: In spite of the fact that the investigation of the relationship of these two factors would be very important, there is still hardly any research done on this topic.

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  • 10 conservadurismo

    m.
    conservatism.
    * * *
    1 conservatism
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    * * *
    masculino conservatism
    * * *
    Ex. In spite of its inherent conservatism, the BM code favours direct entry.
    * * *
    masculino conservatism
    * * *

    Ex: In spite of its inherent conservatism, the BM code favours direct entry.

    * * *
    conservatism
    * * *

    conservadurismo sustantivo masculino conservatism
    * * *
    conservatism
    * * *
    m conservatism
    * * *
    : conservatism

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  • 11 directo

    adj.
    1 direct, to-the-point, hard-bitten, point-blank.
    2 blunt, businesslike, direct, straightaway.
    3 non-stop.
    adv.
    direct, straightly, right, straight off.
    * * *
    1 direct, straight
    1 DEPORTE straight hit
    \
    ————————
    1 DEPORTE straight hit
    * * *
    (f. - directa)
    adj.
    * * *
    1. ADJ
    1) [línea] straight
    2) [pregunta, respuesta, lenguaje] direct, straightforward
    3) [tren] direct, through; [vuelo] direct, non-stop
    4)

    fui directa a la comisaríaI went straight o directly to the police station

    este tren va directo a Granadathis is a through o direct train to Granada, this train goes direct to Granada

    5) (=sin intermediario) direct
    6) (Ling) [complemento, traducción] direct
    7) (Radio, TV)
    2.
    SM (Boxeo) straight punch; (Tenis) forehand drive
    * * *
    I
    - ta adjetivo
    1) < vuelo> direct, nonstop; <ruta/acceso> direct

    un tren directoa direct o through train

    2) (Rad, TV)
    3) <lenguaje/pregunta> direct; < respuesta> straight; < persona> direct, straightforward
    II
    masculino ( en boxeo) straight punch
    * * *
    = direct, straightforward, blunt.
    Ex. This is because a reference provides little direct information about a document, but rather refers the user to another location or entry where this information can be found.
    Ex. Even in this apparently straightforward situation, complications can arise.
    Ex. The author discusses the range of enquiries he deals with, the sources of information he uses, and the blunt attitude with which he deals with many enquirers.
    ----
    * acceso directo = direct access.
    * acceso directo en pantalla = online access.
    * catálogo directo = direct catalogue.
    * catálogo directo alfabético = alphabetico-direct catalogue.
    * codificación directa de fila sencilla = single row direct coding.
    * concierto en directo = live concert.
    * consecuencia directa = consequential effect.
    * entrada directa = direct entry.
    * envío directo por correo = direct mail.
    * estilo directo = direct speech, direct discourse.
    * evaluación directa = obtrusive evaluation.
    * facturación directa = direct billing.
    * grupo musical en directo = live band.
    * música en directo = live band, live music.
    * orden directo = direct order.
    * relación directa = direct relationship.
    * relación directa significativa = significant direct relationship.
    * sin intervención directa = nonobtrusive.
    * teléfono de línea directa = direct-dial telephone.
    * venta directa = direct sale.
    * venta directa al público = sale + over the counter.
    * * *
    I
    - ta adjetivo
    1) < vuelo> direct, nonstop; <ruta/acceso> direct

    un tren directoa direct o through train

    2) (Rad, TV)
    3) <lenguaje/pregunta> direct; < respuesta> straight; < persona> direct, straightforward
    II
    masculino ( en boxeo) straight punch
    * * *
    = direct, straightforward, blunt.

    Ex: This is because a reference provides little direct information about a document, but rather refers the user to another location or entry where this information can be found.

    Ex: Even in this apparently straightforward situation, complications can arise.
    Ex: The author discusses the range of enquiries he deals with, the sources of information he uses, and the blunt attitude with which he deals with many enquirers.
    * acceso directo = direct access.
    * acceso directo en pantalla = online access.
    * catálogo directo = direct catalogue.
    * catálogo directo alfabético = alphabetico-direct catalogue.
    * codificación directa de fila sencilla = single row direct coding.
    * concierto en directo = live concert.
    * consecuencia directa = consequential effect.
    * entrada directa = direct entry.
    * envío directo por correo = direct mail.
    * estilo directo = direct speech, direct discourse.
    * evaluación directa = obtrusive evaluation.
    * facturación directa = direct billing.
    * grupo musical en directo = live band.
    * música en directo = live band, live music.
    * orden directo = direct order.
    * relación directa = direct relationship.
    * relación directa significativa = significant direct relationship.
    * sin intervención directa = nonobtrusive.
    * teléfono de línea directa = direct-dial telephone.
    * venta directa = direct sale.
    * venta directa al público = sale + over the counter.

    * * *
    directo1 -ta
    A ‹vuelo› direct, nonstop; ‹ruta/acceso› direct
    un tren directo a direct o through train
    me mantengo en contacto directo con ellos I keep in direct contact with them
    es mi jefe directo he is my immediate boss o superior
    elecciones directas al Parlamento Europeo direct elections to the European Parliament
    [ S ] venta directa al público direct sales to the public
    B ( Rad, TV):
    una emisión en directo desde el Teatro Solís a live transmission o broadcast from the Solís theater
    el encuentro será televisado en directo the match will be broadcast live
    sonido en directo live sound
    C ‹persona› direct, straightforward; ‹lenguaje/pregunta› direct; ‹respuesta› straight
    A (en boxeo) straight punch
    B ( Ven) ( Auto) drive
    * * *

     

    directo
    ◊ -ta adjetivo

    1 vuelo direct, nonstop;
    ruta/acceso direct;
    tren direct, through ( before n)
    2 (Rad, TV):

    3lenguaje/pregunta direct;
    respuesta straight;
    persona direct, straightforward
    directo,-a adjetivo direct
    ♦ Locuciones: TV Rad en directo, live
    ' directo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    A
    - complemento
    - directa
    - emisión
    - emitir
    - estilo
    - la
    - le
    - les
    - me
    - os
    - preferir
    - se
    - señora
    - te
    - a
    - abierto
    - contagioso
    - discado
    - nos
    - pasar
    - retransmisión
    - transmisión
    - tren
    English:
    appreciate
    - bluff
    - blunt
    - choose
    - close
    - direct
    - direct-mail advertising
    - excuse
    - expect
    - feel
    - first-hand
    - fuck
    - get
    - hear of
    - help out
    - her
    - him
    - imagine
    - immediate
    - it
    - lady
    - let
    - listen
    - live
    - look at
    - make
    - me
    - mean
    - mind
    - nonstop
    - notice
    - object
    - observe
    - opposed
    - plain
    - pointed
    - promise
    - propose
    - put off
    - ram
    - random access
    - recollect
    - remind
    - risk
    - running
    - see
    - speech
    - stand
    - study
    - teach
    * * *
    directo, -a
    adj
    1. [en línea recta] direct;
    éste es el camino más directo para llegar al pueblo this is the most direct way to get to the village;
    es descendiente directo de los Stroganoff he's a direct descendant of the Stroganoffs;
    su jefe directo es el comandante de la nave he reports directly to the ship's captain
    2. [sin detención, sin obstáculos] direct;
    no hay tren directo de Barcelona a Roma there isn't a direct train from Barcelona to Rome;
    tiene línea directa con la Casa Blanca he has a direct line to the White House;
    acceso directo a información privilegiada direct access to inside o privileged information;
    le gusta el trato directo con el cliente he enjoys the direct contact with customers
    3. [persona, pregunta] direct;
    su lenguaje era directo, sin rodeos her words were direct, she didn't beat about the bush;
    contestaba con respuestas directas y sinceras her answers were direct and sincere
    nm
    1. [en boxeo] jab
    directo de derecha right jab;
    2. [tren] through train
    3. [en televisión] live broadcast;
    no le tengo ningún miedo al directo I'm not scared of doing live broadcasts;
    en directo [retransmisión, concierto] live;
    la televisión retransmite el debate en directo the debate is being broadcast live on television
    adv
    straight;
    directo a straight to
    * * *
    I adj
    1 direct;
    tren directo direct train, Br tb through train
    2
    :
    en directo TV, RAD live
    3
    :
    ir directo al asunto get straight to the point
    II m en boxeo jab
    * * *
    directo, -ta adj
    1) : direct, straight, immediate
    2)
    en directo : live (in broadcasting)
    * * *
    directo adj
    1. (en general) direct
    2. (tren) through

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  • 12 entrada directa

    f.
    direct input.
    * * *
    (n.) = direct entry
    Ex. All of the systems described so far in this chapter have used what is called direct entry; that is to say, a topic is entered directly under the term or terms which most closely correspond to the subject.
    * * *

    Ex: All of the systems described so far in this chapter have used what is called direct entry; that is to say, a topic is entered directly under the term or terms which most closely correspond to the subject.

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  • 13 entrada5

    5 = entry, heading, index heading, rubric, index record.
    Ex. An entry is a logical grouping of elements arranged in a prescribed order which together constitute a single unit of information to be filed or arranged as such in a register, list, catalogue, etc.
    Ex. A heading is the initial element of an entry, used as the principal filing element when the entry is arranged in an alphabetical listing.
    Ex. If one word is used out of context as an index heading, plainly it will be difficult to establish the interpretation to be placed on the homograph.
    Ex. And, as another instance, it's not fair to employ rubrics for ethnic groups that are not their own, preferred names.
    Ex. Subject indexes consist of a series of index records with each record incorporating a word or phrase describing the subject acting as the access point, and further details.
    ----
    * añadir entradas = make + additions.
    * entrada alfabética = alphabetico-specific entry, alphabetical index heading.
    * entrada alfabética de materia = alphabetical subject entry.
    * entrada de autoridades = authority entry.
    * entrada de diario = journal entry.
    * entrada de forma = form entry.
    * entrada de materia = subject entry.
    * entrada de nombre = name entry.
    * entrada de nombre personal = personal name entry.
    * entrada de tesauro = thesaurus entry.
    * entrada directa = direct entry.
    * entrada ficticia = rogue entry.
    * entrada léxica = lexical entry.
    * entrada múltiple = multiple entry.
    * entrada por el título = title main entry.
    * entrada por palabra clave del título = catchword entry.
    * entrada principal = main entry.
    * entrada recíproca = reciprocal entry.
    * entrada secundaria = added entry, additional entry.
    * hacer una entrada = make + entry.
    * palabra de entrada principal = primary entry word.

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  • 14 incisivo1

    1 = trenchant, stinging, razor-sharp, waspish.
    Ex. However, both BTI and LCSH occasionally use headings of this kind, though one could argue strongly that these are out of place in direct entry methods, and they come in for trenchant criticism from Metcalfe.
    Ex. In a stinging rebuke to the American Library Association, Nat Hentoff has criticized the ALA for failing to take action to defend volunteer librarians in Cuba who are being subjected to a brutal crackdown.
    Ex. I've always wondered how samurai sword makers made their swords razor-sharp.
    Ex. Harwood is excellent -- saucy and coquettish and really waspish in her subsequent vitriolic exchanges with the irate Marcello.

    Spanish-English dictionary > incisivo1

  • 15 inherente

    adj.
    inherent.
    ser inherente a to be inherent in o to, to be an inherent part of
    * * *
    1 inherent (a, in)
    * * *
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ inherent (a in)
    * * *
    * * *
    = built-in, in-built, inherent, built-in.
    Ex. To use the 'default' or built-in command settings, simply press RETURN.
    Ex. A citation index seeks to exploit these in-built links between documents and facilitate the identification of networks of cited, and thus associated documents.
    Ex. In spite of its inherent conservatism, the BM code favours direct entry.
    Ex. However, large systems with many users have an element of built-in inertia, and are likely to be more stable.
    ----
    * problemas inherentes al crecimiento = growing pains.
    * ser inherente a = inhere in.
    * * *
    * * *
    = built-in, in-built, inherent, built-in.

    Ex: To use the 'default' or built-in command settings, simply press RETURN.

    Ex: A citation index seeks to exploit these in-built links between documents and facilitate the identification of networks of cited, and thus associated documents.
    Ex: In spite of its inherent conservatism, the BM code favours direct entry.
    Ex: However, large systems with many users have an element of built-in inertia, and are likely to be more stable.
    * problemas inherentes al crecimiento = growing pains.
    * ser inherente a = inhere in.

    * * *
    inherente A algo inherent IN sth
    los problemas inherentes a este sistema the problems inherent in this system
    el concepto de libertad es inherente al de democracia the concept of freedom is inherent to o inherent in that of democracy
    las funciones inherentes al cargo the duties attached to o which go with the job
    * * *

    inherente adjetivo inherent [a, in]
    ' inherente' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    natural
    English:
    inherent
    * * *
    inherent;
    ser inherente a to be inherent in o to, to be an inherent part of;
    un problema inherente a la infraestructura del país a problem inherent to the country's infrastructure;
    * * *
    adj inherent
    * * *
    : inherent

    Spanish-English dictionary > inherente

  • 16 intrínseco

    adj.
    1 intrinsic, natural-born, inward, from within.
    2 intrinsic, internal.
    * * *
    1 intrinsic
    * * *
    ADJ intrinsic, inherent
    * * *
    - ca adjetivo intrinsic

    intrínseco A algointrinsic o inherent to something

    * * *
    = inherent, intrinsic.
    Nota: Característico del objeto en sí, sin relacionarlo con otros.
    Ex. In spite of its inherent conservatism, the BM code favours direct entry.
    Ex. A category is a grouping of phenomena defined by their intrinsic nature, not by the role they play in a particular subject field.
    ----
    * intrínseca = in-built.
    * * *
    - ca adjetivo intrinsic

    intrínseco A algointrinsic o inherent to something

    * * *
    = inherent, intrinsic.
    Nota: Característico del objeto en sí, sin relacionarlo con otros.

    Ex: In spite of its inherent conservatism, the BM code favours direct entry.

    Ex: A category is a grouping of phenomena defined by their intrinsic nature, not by the role they play in a particular subject field.
    * intrínseca = in-built.

    * * *
    intrinsic intrínseco A algo intrinsic o inherent TO sth
    * * *

    intrínseco,-a adjetivo intrinsic
    ' intrínseco' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    intrínseca
    English:
    built-in
    - intrinsic
    - fundamental
    * * *
    intrínseco, -a adj
    intrinsic (a to)
    * * *
    adj intrinsic
    * * *
    intrínseco, -ca adj
    : intrinsic

    Spanish-English dictionary > intrínseco

  • 17 mordaz

    adj.
    1 caustic, biting.
    2 sarcastic, bitter, biting, bitterly severe.
    3 mordant, biting, sour, stinging.
    * * *
    1 mordant, sarcastic
    * * *
    adj.
    sarcastic, biting
    * * *
    ADJ [crítica, persona] sharp, scathing; [estilo] incisive; [humor] caustic
    * * *
    adjetivo <estilo/lenguaje> scathing, caustic; < crítica> sharp, scathing
    * * *
    = trenchant, scathing, searing, stinging, caustic, salty [saltier -comp., saltiest -sup.], pungent, sarcastic, blistering, spiky [spikier -comp., spikiest -sup.], vitriolic, waspish.
    Ex. However, both BTI and LCSH occasionally use headings of this kind, though one could argue strongly that these are out of place in direct entry methods, and they come in for trenchant criticism from Metcalfe.
    Ex. Fish is particularly scathing about reactionaries in the academic world who resort to a version of scaremongering about 'political correctness,' deconstruction, and other bogies.
    Ex. His searing and rigorously logical analysis of the '1949 ALA Rules for Entry' is one of my favorite pieces of writing on cataloging.
    Ex. In a stinging rebuke to the American Library Association, Nat Hentoff has criticized the ALA for failing to take action to defend volunteer librarians in Cuba who are being subjected to a brutal crackdown.
    Ex. While her characters are frequently intrinsic to theme and plot, her most caustic scenes deflate academic ambition and pretension.
    Ex. Serious questions which face us may often be better understood when a modicum of salty satire is applied.
    Ex. The studies reported here addressed the question of whether the pungent element in chilies, capsaicin, suppresses taste and flavor intensity.
    Ex. 'Listen!' he growled, in a tone so dry, sarcastic and acrid that not another word was needed to indicate that he was not about to be upstaged by a 24 year old.
    Ex. Lodge Kerrigan's 'Clean, Shaven' is a blistering piece of cinematic inventiveness and a young director's low-budget first feature.
    Ex. This adaptation of David Leavitt's novel wobbles between comedy and melodrama, ultimately fudging the novel's spiky empathy.
    Ex. This magazine had a particular interest in curious stories of libraries and bookmen, and was abundant in criticism both humorous and vitriolic.
    Ex. Harwood is excellent -- saucy and coquettish and really waspish in her subsequent vitriolic exchanges with the irate Marcello.
    ----
    * crítica mordaz = hatchet job.
    * de forma mordaz = pungently.
    * mordaz en sus comentarios = sharp of tongue.
    * * *
    adjetivo <estilo/lenguaje> scathing, caustic; < crítica> sharp, scathing
    * * *
    = trenchant, scathing, searing, stinging, caustic, salty [saltier -comp., saltiest -sup.], pungent, sarcastic, blistering, spiky [spikier -comp., spikiest -sup.], vitriolic, waspish.

    Ex: However, both BTI and LCSH occasionally use headings of this kind, though one could argue strongly that these are out of place in direct entry methods, and they come in for trenchant criticism from Metcalfe.

    Ex: Fish is particularly scathing about reactionaries in the academic world who resort to a version of scaremongering about 'political correctness,' deconstruction, and other bogies.
    Ex: His searing and rigorously logical analysis of the '1949 ALA Rules for Entry' is one of my favorite pieces of writing on cataloging.
    Ex: In a stinging rebuke to the American Library Association, Nat Hentoff has criticized the ALA for failing to take action to defend volunteer librarians in Cuba who are being subjected to a brutal crackdown.
    Ex: While her characters are frequently intrinsic to theme and plot, her most caustic scenes deflate academic ambition and pretension.
    Ex: Serious questions which face us may often be better understood when a modicum of salty satire is applied.
    Ex: The studies reported here addressed the question of whether the pungent element in chilies, capsaicin, suppresses taste and flavor intensity.
    Ex: 'Listen!' he growled, in a tone so dry, sarcastic and acrid that not another word was needed to indicate that he was not about to be upstaged by a 24 year old.
    Ex: Lodge Kerrigan's 'Clean, Shaven' is a blistering piece of cinematic inventiveness and a young director's low-budget first feature.
    Ex: This adaptation of David Leavitt's novel wobbles between comedy and melodrama, ultimately fudging the novel's spiky empathy.
    Ex: This magazine had a particular interest in curious stories of libraries and bookmen, and was abundant in criticism both humorous and vitriolic.
    Ex: Harwood is excellent -- saucy and coquettish and really waspish in her subsequent vitriolic exchanges with the irate Marcello.
    * crítica mordaz = hatchet job.
    * de forma mordaz = pungently.
    * mordaz en sus comentarios = sharp of tongue.

    * * *
    ‹estilo/lenguaje› scathing, caustic, incisive; ‹crítica› sharp, scathing
    * * *

    mordaz adjetivo ‹estilo/lenguaje scathing, caustic;
    crítica sharp, scathing
    mordaz adjetivo biting, scathing: me gusta leer sus mordaces comentarios acerca de los programas de la tele, I like reading his biting commentary on TV programmes
    ' mordaz' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    corrosiva
    - corrosivo
    - afilado
    English:
    abrasive
    - acid
    - barbed
    - biting
    - caustic
    - cutting
    - damning
    - denunciation
    - incisive
    - pointed
    - scathing
    - sharp
    - dry
    - dryness
    * * *
    mordaz adj
    caustic
    * * *
    adj biting, sharp
    * * *
    mordaz adj
    : caustic, scathing

    Spanish-English dictionary > mordaz

  • 18 ordenación sistemática alfabética

    Ex. Entry should be direct, in accordance with Cutter's rule; any departure from direct entry leads to alphabetico-classed arrangement, which is contrary to the specific approach.
    * * *

    Ex: Entry should be direct, in accordance with Cutter's rule; any departure from direct entry leads to alphabetico-classed arrangement, which is contrary to the specific approach.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ordenación sistemática alfabética

  • 19 penetrante

    adj.
    2 sharp, penetrating (sagaz).
    * * *
    1 penetrating
    * * *
    adj.
    sharp, acute
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) [herida] deep
    2) [arma] sharp; [frío, viento] biting; [sonido] piercing; [vista] acute; [aroma] strong; [mirada] sharp, penetrating
    3) [genio, mente] keen, sharp; [ironía] biting
    * * *
    1)
    a) <mirada/voz> penetrating, piercing; < olor> pungent, penetrating; < sonido> piercing
    b) <viento/frío> bitter, biting
    2) <inteligencia/mente> sharp, incisive; <humor/ironía> sharp, cutting
    * * *
    = penetrating, sharp [sharper -comp., sharpest -sup.], trenchant, lancinating, piercing, pungent, high-pitched, penetrative, tangy [tangier - comp., tangiest -sup.], nippy [nippier -comp., nippiest -sup.].
    Ex. In this connection, Ohmes and Jones of the Florida State University Library have offered some rather penetrating insights regarding what they call 'The Other Half of Cataloging'.
    Ex. 'I'll give it more thought,' she said with a sharp frown, resuming her former posture.
    Ex. However, both BTI and LCSH occasionally use headings of this kind, though one could argue strongly that these are out of place in direct entry methods, and they come in for trenchant criticism from Metcalfe.
    Ex. The personnel officer experienced an involuntary shiver as the lancinating reality of the board's decision sank in.
    Ex. She gave him one long piercing glance and started up the stairs toward the deputy director's office.
    Ex. The studies reported here addressed the question of whether the pungent element in chilies, capsaicin, suppresses taste and flavor intensity.
    Ex. The noise is a high-pitched whine or hiss the machine emits during operation.
    Ex. As the vacuum is further increased, the rays become more penetrative, and show the shadow of the bones in the hand.
    Ex. The most boring meal can be pepped up with spicy and tangy herbs.
    Ex. Blend cream cheese with prepared horseradish for a nippy taste.
    ----
    * de un modo penetrante = piercingly.
    * dolor penetrante = shooting stab of pain, shooting pain.
    * frío penetrante = biting cold, pinching cold.
    * olor fuerte y penetrante = tang.
    * sabor fuerte y penetrante = tang.
    * viento penetrante = biting wind.
    * * *
    1)
    a) <mirada/voz> penetrating, piercing; < olor> pungent, penetrating; < sonido> piercing
    b) <viento/frío> bitter, biting
    2) <inteligencia/mente> sharp, incisive; <humor/ironía> sharp, cutting
    * * *
    = penetrating, sharp [sharper -comp., sharpest -sup.], trenchant, lancinating, piercing, pungent, high-pitched, penetrative, tangy [tangier - comp., tangiest -sup.], nippy [nippier -comp., nippiest -sup.].

    Ex: In this connection, Ohmes and Jones of the Florida State University Library have offered some rather penetrating insights regarding what they call 'The Other Half of Cataloging'.

    Ex: 'I'll give it more thought,' she said with a sharp frown, resuming her former posture.
    Ex: However, both BTI and LCSH occasionally use headings of this kind, though one could argue strongly that these are out of place in direct entry methods, and they come in for trenchant criticism from Metcalfe.
    Ex: The personnel officer experienced an involuntary shiver as the lancinating reality of the board's decision sank in.
    Ex: She gave him one long piercing glance and started up the stairs toward the deputy director's office.
    Ex: The studies reported here addressed the question of whether the pungent element in chilies, capsaicin, suppresses taste and flavor intensity.
    Ex: The noise is a high-pitched whine or hiss the machine emits during operation.
    Ex: As the vacuum is further increased, the rays become more penetrative, and show the shadow of the bones in the hand.
    Ex: The most boring meal can be pepped up with spicy and tangy herbs.
    Ex: Blend cream cheese with prepared horseradish for a nippy taste.
    * de un modo penetrante = piercingly.
    * dolor penetrante = shooting stab of pain, shooting pain.
    * frío penetrante = biting cold, pinching cold.
    * olor fuerte y penetrante = tang.
    * sabor fuerte y penetrante = tang.
    * viento penetrante = biting wind.

    * * *
    A
    1 ‹mirada/voz› penetrating, piercing
    2 ‹olor› pungent, penetrating; ‹sonido› piercing
    3 ‹viento/frío› bitter, biting
    B
    1 ‹inteligencia/mente› sharp, incisive
    2 ‹humor/ironía› sharp, cutting
    * * *

    penetrante adjetivo
    1
    a)mirada/voz penetrating, piercing;

    olor pungent, penetrating;
    sonido piercing
    b)viento/frío bitter, biting

    2inteligencia/mente/ironía sharp
    penetrante adjetivo
    1 (mirada, voz) penetrating
    2 (dolor) piercing
    3 (olor) pungent
    4 (herida) deep
    5 (frío) bitter, biting
    6 (mente, observación) incisive, sharp, acute
    ' penetrante' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    refinada
    - refinado
    English:
    incisive
    - keen
    - keenly
    - penetrating
    - pervasive
    - piercing
    - searching
    - intent
    - obtrusive
    - tang
    * * *
    1. [intenso] [dolor] acute;
    [olor] sharp; [frío] biting; [mirada] penetrating; [voz, sonido] piercing
    2. [sagaz] sharp, penetrating
    * * *
    adj
    1 mirada penetrating
    2 sonido piercing
    3 frío bitter
    4 herida deep
    5 análisis incisive
    * * *
    1) : penetrating, piercing
    2) : sharp, acute
    3) : deep (of a wound)

    Spanish-English dictionary > penetrante

  • 20 pese a

    prep.
    in spite of, despite, regardless of.
    * * *
    locución preposicional ver pesar II 3)
    * * *
    = despite, in spite of, notwithstanding, although, despite the fact that, in spite of the fact that
    Ex. The scheme covers all knowledge, despite being special in purpose.
    Ex. In spite of its inherent conservatism, the BM code favours direct entry.
    Ex. Notwithstanding these activities, the printed word remains an essential vehicle for transmitting information to both specialized and general audiences.
    Ex. These are the strengths of the Journal of Common Market Studies, although even this journal has a wider remit than its title suggest.
    Ex. Strangely enough, despite the fact that he was buddies with Henry Kissinger at Harvard, he is registered as a member of the Democratic Party.
    Ex. In spite of the fact that the investigation of the relationship of these two factors would be very important, there is still hardly any research done on this topic.
    * * *
    locución preposicional ver pesar II 3)
    * * *
    = despite, in spite of, notwithstanding, although, despite the fact that, in spite of the fact that

    Ex: The scheme covers all knowledge, despite being special in purpose.

    Ex: In spite of its inherent conservatism, the BM code favours direct entry.
    Ex: Notwithstanding these activities, the printed word remains an essential vehicle for transmitting information to both specialized and general audiences.
    Ex: These are the strengths of the Journal of Common Market Studies, although even this journal has a wider remit than its title suggest.
    Ex: Strangely enough, despite the fact that he was buddies with Henry Kissinger at Harvard, he is registered as a member of the Democratic Party.
    Ex: In spite of the fact that the investigation of the relationship of these two factors would be very important, there is still hardly any research done on this topic.

    * * *
    ver pesar2 vi C. (↑ pesar (2))
    * * *

    Del verbo pesar: ( conjugate pesar)

    pesé es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) pretérito indicativo

    pese es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente subjuntivo

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) presente subjuntivo

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) imperativo

    pese a loc prep ver pesar 2 3
    ' pese a' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    pesar
    English:
    spite

    Spanish-English dictionary > pese a

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