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discharges

  • 1 agencia internacional

    f.
    international agency.
    * * *
    Ex. How this international agency discharges its political and economical duties is examined.
    * * *

    Ex: How this international agency discharges its political and economical duties is examined.

    Spanish-English dictionary > agencia internacional

  • 2 aguas termales

    f.pl.
    hot springs, thermal springs.
    * * *
    thermal springs
    * * *
    femenino plural thermal waters (pl)
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    Ex. In addition to streams and thermal springs, groundwater discharges from alluvium, bedrock, and karstified tufa.
    * * *
    femenino plural thermal waters (pl)
    * * *

    Ex: In addition to streams and thermal springs, groundwater discharges from alluvium, bedrock, and karstified tufa.

    * * *
    thermal waters

    Spanish-English dictionary > aguas termales

  • 3 aluvión

    m.
    1 alluvion, alluvium, rise in waters, flood.
    2 alluvion, alluvium, eluviation, eluvium.
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    1 alluvion
    tierra de aluvión alluvium, alluvial soil
    2 figurado flood
    recibimos un aluvión de solicitudes we were inundated with applications, we received a flood of applications
    * * *
    SM
    1) (Geol) alluvium
    2) (fig) (=alud) flood

    aluvión de improperiosstream o torrent of abuse

    * * *
    1) (Geol) alluvium
    2) ( gran cantidad) flood

    un aluvión de insultos — a barrage of insults, a torrent of abuse

    * * *
    = spate, alluvium.
    Ex. The article 'The public library service in Scotland -- cleaning out the stables' concludes that the recent spate of library legislation must be halted.
    Ex. In addition to streams and thermal springs, groundwater discharges from alluvium, bedrock, and karstified tufa.
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    * de aluvión = alluvial.
    * recibir un aluvión de = deluge with.
    * un aluvión de = a flood of, a rash of, a barrage of, a flurry of.
    * * *
    1) (Geol) alluvium
    2) ( gran cantidad) flood

    un aluvión de insultos — a barrage of insults, a torrent of abuse

    * * *
    = spate, alluvium.

    Ex: The article 'The public library service in Scotland -- cleaning out the stables' concludes that the recent spate of library legislation must be halted.

    Ex: In addition to streams and thermal springs, groundwater discharges from alluvium, bedrock, and karstified tufa.
    * de aluvión = alluvial.
    * recibir un aluvión de = deluge with.
    * un aluvión de = a flood of, a rash of, a barrage of, a flurry of.

    * * *
    A ( Geol) alluvium
    le llovió un aluvión de cartas he was inundated with letters, he received a flood of letters
    un aluvión de gente a horde o flood of people
    un aluvión de insultos a barrage of insults, a torrent of abuse
    después de la conferencia hubo un aluvión de preguntas after the lecture he was bombarded with questions
    * * *

    aluvión sustantivo masculino downpour
    figurado el aluvión de llamadas colapsó la centralita, the barrage of calls brought the switchboard to a standstill
    ' aluvión' also found in these entries:
    English:
    barrage
    - deluge
    * * *
    1. [de agua] flood
    2. [gran cantidad]
    un aluvión de insultos a torrent of abuse;
    un aluvión de preguntas a flood o barrage of questions;
    recibieron un aluvión de críticas en la redacción the newspaper was flooded with complaints
    3. Geol [sedimento] alluvium;
    tierras de aluvión alluvial deposits
    * * *
    m
    1 flood tb fig
    2 GEOL alluvium
    * * *
    aluvión nm, pl - viones : flood, barrage

    Spanish-English dictionary > aluvión

  • 4 antecedentes penales

    m.pl.
    criminal records, form, criminal record, police record.
    * * *
    criminal record sing, police record sing, record sing
    * * *
    * * *
    (n.) = criminal history record, criminal background, criminal record, criminal history
    Ex. The article 'Sealing criminal history records: shall we let the fox guard the henhouse in the name of privacy?' has once again raised the debate on the consequences of allowing press and public to view such data.
    Ex. Libraries must also ensure that pertinent medical history, health insurance, and criminal background information has been obtained prior to any volunteer starting to perform duties for the library.
    Ex. This Web site allows online access to criminal records.
    Ex. A discharge means that the judge finds you guilty, but then discharges you instead of convicting you -- usually in the case of minor offences and if you have no criminal history.
    * * *
    (n.) = criminal history record, criminal background, criminal record, criminal history

    Ex: The article 'Sealing criminal history records: shall we let the fox guard the henhouse in the name of privacy?' has once again raised the debate on the consequences of allowing press and public to view such data.

    Ex: Libraries must also ensure that pertinent medical history, health insurance, and criminal background information has been obtained prior to any volunteer starting to perform duties for the library.
    Ex: This Web site allows online access to criminal records.
    Ex: A discharge means that the judge finds you guilty, but then discharges you instead of convicting you -- usually in the case of minor offences and if you have no criminal history.

    * * *
    previous convictions;
    sin antecedentes penales without a criminal record

    Spanish-English dictionary > antecedentes penales

  • 5 cumplir (con) un deber

    (v.) = discharge + duty
    Ex. How this international agency discharges its political and economical duties is examined.
    * * *
    (v.) = discharge + duty

    Ex: How this international agency discharges its political and economical duties is examined.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cumplir (con) un deber

  • 6 cárstico

    = karstified, karstic.
    Ex. In addition to streams and thermal springs, groundwater discharges from alluvium, bedrock, and karstified tufa.
    Ex. This study is the first one to give exhaustive information on water table salination by seawater intrusion in a karstic area.
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    * paisaje cárstico = karst.
    * * *
    = karstified, karstic.

    Ex: In addition to streams and thermal springs, groundwater discharges from alluvium, bedrock, and karstified tufa.

    Ex: This study is the first one to give exhaustive information on water table salination by seawater intrusion in a karstic area.
    * paisaje cárstico = karst.

    * * *
    cárstico, -a adj
    Geol karstic;
    región cárstica karstic region

    Spanish-English dictionary > cárstico

  • 7 delito menor

    m.
    minor offense, misdemeanor, lesser offense, petty larceny.
    * * *
    (n.) = misdemeanour [misdimeanor, -USA], petty offense, petty crime, minor offence
    Ex. Every state has its own statutes and codes that may make the theft or mutilation of library materials a misdemeanor or even a felony.
    Ex. These indigents, known to the public as tramps & skid row winos, are very visible & more likely to be arrested for drunkenness & other petty offenses than a person with a permanent home.
    Ex. Examples of ' petty crimes' are riding the train without a ticket, reproducing copyright computer programs, traffic violations, tax evasion, & shoplifting.
    Ex. A discharge means that the judge finds you guilty, but then discharges you instead of convicting you -- usually in the case of minor offences and if you have no criminal history.
    * * *
    (n.) = misdemeanour [misdimeanor, -USA], petty offense, petty crime, minor offence

    Ex: Every state has its own statutes and codes that may make the theft or mutilation of library materials a misdemeanor or even a felony.

    Ex: These indigents, known to the public as tramps & skid row winos, are very visible & more likely to be arrested for drunkenness & other petty offenses than a person with a permanent home.
    Ex: Examples of ' petty crimes' are riding the train without a ticket, reproducing copyright computer programs, traffic violations, tax evasion, & shoplifting.
    Ex: A discharge means that the judge finds you guilty, but then discharges you instead of convicting you -- usually in the case of minor offences and if you have no criminal history.

    Spanish-English dictionary > delito menor

  • 8 desempeñar una función

    (v.) = fulfil + purpose, perform + function, play + role, discharge + function, discharge + duty, perform + role, articulate + role, fit into + the picture, play + Posesivo + part
    Ex. There are many kinds of library and information centre each fulfilling their own purpose.
    Ex. Equally the class numbers used on LC cards perform the same function.
    Ex. Role operators reflect the role that each concept plays in the context of this particular subject.
    Ex. This document prescribes a policy framework for discharging offical functions under the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1980.
    Ex. How this international agency discharges its political and economical duties is examined.
    Ex. I think we should all take to heart Lady Wootton's classic cutting of this Gordian knot, when she points out that social workers are not medicos, not psychologists, not sociologists, they are essentially experts in communication, performing a 'middleman' role.
    Ex. The failure of librarians to articulate their educational role has marginalized the librarian's contribution to teaching and learning.
    Ex. The author considers what responsibilities librarians have for the current decline in biological systems around the globe and where university libraries fit into this picture.
    Ex. Training, equipment and experience all play their part in the success of a search.
    * * *
    (v.) = fulfil + purpose, perform + function, play + role, discharge + function, discharge + duty, perform + role, articulate + role, fit into + the picture, play + Posesivo + part

    Ex: There are many kinds of library and information centre each fulfilling their own purpose.

    Ex: Equally the class numbers used on LC cards perform the same function.
    Ex: Role operators reflect the role that each concept plays in the context of this particular subject.
    Ex: This document prescribes a policy framework for discharging offical functions under the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1980.
    Ex: How this international agency discharges its political and economical duties is examined.
    Ex: I think we should all take to heart Lady Wootton's classic cutting of this Gordian knot, when she points out that social workers are not medicos, not psychologists, not sociologists, they are essentially experts in communication, performing a 'middleman' role.
    Ex: The failure of librarians to articulate their educational role has marginalized the librarian's contribution to teaching and learning.
    Ex: The author considers what responsibilities librarians have for the current decline in biological systems around the globe and where university libraries fit into this picture.
    Ex: Training, equipment and experience all play their part in the success of a search.

    Spanish-English dictionary > desempeñar una función

  • 9 kárstico

    1 karstic
    * * *
    = karstified, karstic.
    Ex. In addition to streams and thermal springs, groundwater discharges from alluvium, bedrock, and karstified tufa.
    Ex. This study is the first one to give exhaustive information on water table salination by seawater intrusion in a karstic area.
    ----
    * paisaje kárstico = karst.
    * * *
    = karstified, karstic.

    Ex: In addition to streams and thermal springs, groundwater discharges from alluvium, bedrock, and karstified tufa.

    Ex: This study is the first one to give exhaustive information on water table salination by seawater intrusion in a karstic area.
    * paisaje kárstico = karst.

    * * *
    kárstico, -a adj
    Geol karstic

    Spanish-English dictionary > kárstico

  • 10 lecho de roca

    (n.) = bedrock
    Ex. In addition to streams and thermal springs, groundwater discharges from alluvium, bedrock, and karstified tufa.
    * * *
    (n.) = bedrock

    Ex: In addition to streams and thermal springs, groundwater discharges from alluvium, bedrock, and karstified tufa.

    Spanish-English dictionary > lecho de roca

  • 11 puesta en libertad

    (n.) = discharge, manumission
    Ex. A discharge means that the judge finds you guilty, but then discharges you instead of convicting you -- usually in the case of minor offences and if you have no criminal history.
    Ex. There were a total 1713 manumissions, 250 manumitted by colonial law and the remainder had been enfranchised by persons in England.
    * * *
    (n.) = discharge, manumission

    Ex: A discharge means that the judge finds you guilty, but then discharges you instead of convicting you -- usually in the case of minor offences and if you have no criminal history.

    Ex: There were a total 1713 manumissions, 250 manumitted by colonial law and the remainder had been enfranchised by persons in England.

    Spanish-English dictionary > puesta en libertad

  • 12 roca madre

    f.
    country rock.
    * * *
    (n.) = bedrock
    Ex. In addition to streams and thermal springs, groundwater discharges from alluvium, bedrock, and karstified tufa.
    * * *
    (n.) = bedrock

    Ex: In addition to streams and thermal springs, groundwater discharges from alluvium, bedrock, and karstified tufa.

    Spanish-English dictionary > roca madre

  • 13 toba

    f.
    2 tufa, tuff.
    3 cotton thistle.
    4 Toba.
    * * *
    1 (piedra) tufa
    2 (sarro) tartar
    4 (cardo) cotton thistle
    5 familiar (golpe) punch
    * * *
    = tufa.
    Ex. In addition to streams and thermal springs, groundwater discharges from alluvium, bedrock, and karstified tufa.
    * * *
    = tufa.

    Ex: In addition to streams and thermal springs, groundwater discharges from alluvium, bedrock, and karstified tufa.

    * * *
    tufa
    * * *
    toba nf
    1. Fam [golpe] flick
    2. Fam [colilla] cigarette butt o stub, Br dog end
    3. [caliza] tufa

    Spanish-English dictionary > toba

  • 14 término resolutorio

    • time the expiration of which discharges obligation

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > término resolutorio

  • 15 término resolutorio

    m.
    time the expiration of which discharges obligation.

    Spanish-English dictionary > término resolutorio

См. также в других словарях:

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