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  • 861 hacerse más espeso

    (v.) = thicken
    Ex. Though the novel begins like a house ablaze, it later thickens slightly into an acceptable if uninspiring finale.
    * * *
    (v.) = thicken

    Ex: Though the novel begins like a house ablaze, it later thickens slightly into an acceptable if uninspiring finale.

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  • 862 hacerse más fuerte

    (v.) = gain in + strength, grow in + strength
    Ex. Syndicates tended to become smaller as their members gained in financial strength and in the ability to bear greater proportions of the risk.
    Ex. The author suggests that unions were slowly, though not uniformly, growing in strength.
    * * *
    (v.) = gain in + strength, grow in + strength

    Ex: Syndicates tended to become smaller as their members gained in financial strength and in the ability to bear greater proportions of the risk.

    Ex: The author suggests that unions were slowly, though not uniformly, growing in strength.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacerse más fuerte

  • 863 hacerse más inteligente

    (v.) = smarten up
    Ex. The article 'Motherboards smarten up' reports on recent technological developments in motherboards = El artículo "Las placas madres aprenden" informa sobre los recientes avances tecnológicos de estas placas.
    * * *
    (v.) = smarten up

    Ex: The article 'Motherboards smarten up' reports on recent technological developments in motherboards = El artículo "Las placas madres aprenden" informa sobre los recientes avances tecnológicos de estas placas.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacerse más inteligente

  • 864 hacerse más potente

    (v.) = grow in + power
    Ex. Personal computers continue to grow in power and come down in price, but the field has become much more confusing since Apr 87.
    * * *
    (v.) = grow in + power

    Ex: Personal computers continue to grow in power and come down in price, but the field has become much more confusing since Apr 87.

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  • 865 herir en lo más profundo

    (v.) = cut to + the heart of, cut to + the quick
    Ex. The article 'Libraries and the underside of the information age' reveal some problems which cut to the heart of the professed values of librarianship.
    Ex. Although neither author specifically mentions consortia, the issues they raise cut to the quick of the purpose and goals of many academic consortia.
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    (v.) = cut to + the heart of, cut to + the quick

    Ex: The article 'Libraries and the underside of the information age' reveal some problems which cut to the heart of the professed values of librarianship.

    Ex: Although neither author specifically mentions consortia, the issues they raise cut to the quick of the purpose and goals of many academic consortia.

    Spanish-English dictionary > herir en lo más profundo

  • 866 horario de apertura más amplio

    Ex. There is a continuing need for public libraries to offer extended hours of service.
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    Ex: There is a continuing need for public libraries to offer extended hours of service.

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  • 867 hormona del crecimiento

    Ex. The use of genetically produced growth hormone in milk-producing cows may adversely impact the safety of the milk supply.
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    Ex: The use of genetically produced growth hormone in milk-producing cows may adversely impact the safety of the milk supply.

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  • 868 incluso yendo más lejos

    Ex. Even farther afield, education for library professionals is provided by schools offering programs of library and informations studies.
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    Ex: Even farther afield, education for library professionals is provided by schools offering programs of library and informations studies.

    Spanish-English dictionary > incluso yendo más lejos

  • 869 incremento notable

    (n.) = rising tide
    Ex. Depository libraries in the USA can no longer cope with the rising tide of government information and they serve only a select segment of the population.
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    Ex: Depository libraries in the USA can no longer cope with the rising tide of government information and they serve only a select segment of the population.

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  • 870 invertir más dinero

    (v.) = dig + deep
    Ex. The article ' Digging deep for treasure' reports that many companies see data mining as a data warehouse's most important role, yet they have still not upgraded their IT architectures to include data warehousing.
    * * *
    (v.) = dig + deep

    Ex: The article ' Digging deep for treasure' reports that many companies see data mining as a data warehouse's most important role, yet they have still not upgraded their IT architectures to include data warehousing.

    Spanish-English dictionary > invertir más dinero

  • 871 ir aun más lejos

    (v.) = go + a/one step further
    Ex. I would be inclined to go one step further and treat the entire corpus of an author's writings as his/her work.
    * * *
    (v.) = go + a/one step further

    Ex: I would be inclined to go one step further and treat the entire corpus of an author's writings as his/her work.

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  • 872 ir más allá

    (v.) = go + one stage further
    Ex. Ranganathan has tried to go one stage further: to give the individual classifier the means to construct class numbers for new foci which will be in accordance with those that the central organization will allot, by means of a set of devices or rules of universal applicability.
    * * *
    (v.) = go + one stage further

    Ex: Ranganathan has tried to go one stage further: to give the individual classifier the means to construct class numbers for new foci which will be in accordance with those that the central organization will allot, by means of a set of devices or rules of universal applicability.

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  • 873 ir más allá de

    (v.) = go beyond, go + deeper than, transcend, get beyond, go far beyond, move + beyond, take + Nombre + a/one step further/farther, go + past
    Ex. Maybe the answer is some kind of localized Ceefax or Oracle information service that could be obtained free through one's television set but went beyond the mainly trivia that these services currently provide.
    Ex. The real heart of the matter of selection, however, goes deeper than a lag in the adoption of mechanisms by library, or a lack of development of devices for their use.
    Ex. Why do only Catholics, Jews, Negroes, and women transcend their particular nationality?.
    Ex. Whoever cataloged it at LC, and I'm willing to bet it happened elsewhere too, probably didn't get much beyond the dust jacket where there was a big clue about something special to the book.
    Ex. These changes in the physical form of the catalog have implications which go far beyond changes in form or even in improvements in speed and convenience to the catalog user.
    Ex. Over the course of the next 20 years libraries will be undergoing significant retooling so that they can move beyond their traditional roles.
    Ex. Taking this argument a step further, it is the mind of the librarian that makes the inicial screening assessment.
    Ex. Unfortunately, its conclusions are completely pedestrian, rarely going past the fact that there were old people in England in the late Middle Ages.
    * * *
    (v.) = go beyond, go + deeper than, transcend, get beyond, go far beyond, move + beyond, take + Nombre + a/one step further/farther, go + past

    Ex: Maybe the answer is some kind of localized Ceefax or Oracle information service that could be obtained free through one's television set but went beyond the mainly trivia that these services currently provide.

    Ex: The real heart of the matter of selection, however, goes deeper than a lag in the adoption of mechanisms by library, or a lack of development of devices for their use.
    Ex: Why do only Catholics, Jews, Negroes, and women transcend their particular nationality?.
    Ex: Whoever cataloged it at LC, and I'm willing to bet it happened elsewhere too, probably didn't get much beyond the dust jacket where there was a big clue about something special to the book.
    Ex: These changes in the physical form of the catalog have implications which go far beyond changes in form or even in improvements in speed and convenience to the catalog user.
    Ex: Over the course of the next 20 years libraries will be undergoing significant retooling so that they can move beyond their traditional roles.
    Ex: Taking this argument a step further, it is the mind of the librarian that makes the inicial screening assessment.
    Ex: Unfortunately, its conclusions are completely pedestrian, rarely going past the fact that there were old people in England in the late Middle Ages.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ir más allá de

  • 874 ir más allá de las posibilidades de Alguien

    (v.) = be beyond + Posesivo + capabilities
    Ex. Many people stand in awe of 'classification', believing it to be a skill completely beyond their capabilities.
    * * *
    (v.) = be beyond + Posesivo + capabilities

    Ex: Many people stand in awe of 'classification', believing it to be a skill completely beyond their capabilities.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ir más allá de las posibilidades de Alguien

  • 875 ir más despacio

    (v.) = slow down, slow up
    Ex. However, the flight from DC appears to have slowed down more quickly than was anticipated, and we no longer read of large numbers of libraries making the change.
    Ex. Since cataloging is the most time consuming part of digitization, it has slowed up the placement of files.
    * * *
    (v.) = slow down, slow up

    Ex: However, the flight from DC appears to have slowed down more quickly than was anticipated, and we no longer read of large numbers of libraries making the change.

    Ex: Since cataloging is the most time consuming part of digitization, it has slowed up the placement of files.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ir más despacio

  • 876 ir más lejos

    (v.) = go + one stage further
    Ex. Ranganathan has tried to go one stage further: to give the individual classifier the means to construct class numbers for new foci which will be in accordance with those that the central organization will allot, by means of a set of devices or rules of universal applicability.
    * * *
    (v.) = go + one stage further

    Ex: Ranganathan has tried to go one stage further: to give the individual classifier the means to construct class numbers for new foci which will be in accordance with those that the central organization will allot, by means of a set of devices or rules of universal applicability.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ir más lejos

  • 877 ir poco más allá de + Infinitivo

    (v.) = go little further than + Gerundio
    Ex. This chapter is relatively succinct and goes little further than identifying the major ideas.
    * * *
    (v.) = go little further than + Gerundio

    Ex: This chapter is relatively succinct and goes little further than identifying the major ideas.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ir poco más allá de + Infinitivo

  • 878 ir todavía más lejos

    (v.) = go + a/one step further
    Ex. I would be inclined to go one step further and treat the entire corpus of an author's writings as his/her work.
    * * *
    (v.) = go + a/one step further

    Ex: I would be inclined to go one step further and treat the entire corpus of an author's writings as his/her work.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ir todavía más lejos

  • 879 juntos por el lado más ancho

    Ex. Two-sheet moulds, which appear to have been a Dutch invention of the late seventeenth century, were constructed so that the two sheets were made either end to end or side by side.
    * * *

    Ex: Two-sheet moulds, which appear to have been a Dutch invention of the late seventeenth century, were constructed so that the two sheets were made either end to end or side by side.

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  • 880 juntos por el lado más estrecho

    Ex. Two-sheet moulds, which appear to have been a Dutch invention of the late seventeenth century, were constructed so that the two sheets were made either end to end or side by side.
    * * *

    Ex: Two-sheet moulds, which appear to have been a Dutch invention of the late seventeenth century, were constructed so that the two sheets were made either end to end or side by side.

    Spanish-English dictionary > juntos por el lado más estrecho

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