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  • 181 hacer Algo con dificultad

    (v.) = muddle through, plod (along/through)
    Ex. The average user is not only frustrated by a library, but is working under the false notion that most of what he needs can be found by muddling through the card catalog.
    Ex. He or she has to plod through the menu each time, and so it is useful if mnemonics and/or abbreviated commands can be provided.
    * * *
    (v.) = muddle through, plod (along/through)

    Ex: The average user is not only frustrated by a library, but is working under the false notion that most of what he needs can be found by muddling through the card catalog.

    Ex: He or she has to plod through the menu each time, and so it is useful if mnemonics and/or abbreviated commands can be provided.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacer Algo con dificultad

  • 182 hasta tal grado que

    Ex. The number of circuits which can be stored on a single chip has increased rapidly over the last few years, so much so that there are now a number of degrees of integration.
    * * *

    Ex: The number of circuits which can be stored on a single chip has increased rapidly over the last few years, so much so that there are now a number of degrees of integration.

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  • 183 incluir con dificultad

    (v.) = squeeze in/into
    Ex. Indeed, one problem in trying to write within the length agreed with my publisher has been deciding what can be squeezed in and what must be left out.
    * * *
    (v.) = squeeze in/into

    Ex: Indeed, one problem in trying to write within the length agreed with my publisher has been deciding what can be squeezed in and what must be left out.

    Spanish-English dictionary > incluir con dificultad

  • 184 insertar con dificultad

    (v.) = squeeze in/into
    Ex. Indeed, one problem in trying to write within the length agreed with my publisher has been deciding what can be squeezed in and what must be left out.
    * * *
    (v.) = squeeze in/into

    Ex: Indeed, one problem in trying to write within the length agreed with my publisher has been deciding what can be squeezed in and what must be left out.

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  • 185 leer con dificultad

    (v.) = wade through
    Ex. There seems little point in hundreds of cataloguers in separate locations wading through cataloguing codes and classification schemes in order to create a variety of catalogue records for the same work.
    * * *

    Ex: There seems little point in hundreds of cataloguers in separate locations wading through cataloguing codes and classification schemes in order to create a variety of catalogue records for the same work.

    Spanish-English dictionary > leer con dificultad

  • 186 meter con dificultad

    (v.) = squeeze in/into
    Ex. Indeed, one problem in trying to write within the length agreed with my publisher has been deciding what can be squeezed in and what must be left out.
    * * *
    (v.) = squeeze in/into

    Ex: Indeed, one problem in trying to write within the length agreed with my publisher has been deciding what can be squeezed in and what must be left out.

    Spanish-English dictionary > meter con dificultad

  • 187 mitigar una dificultad

    (v.) = alleviate + difficulty
    Ex. Placing CD-ROM equipment in a reference room poses wiring difficulties that the flexibility of carpet tiles and flat wire installation should alleviate.
    * * *
    (v.) = alleviate + difficulty

    Ex: Placing CD-ROM equipment in a reference room poses wiring difficulties that the flexibility of carpet tiles and flat wire installation should alleviate.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mitigar una dificultad

  • 188 plantear dificultad

    (v.) = pose + difficulty
    Ex. An inherent difficulty posed by this, however, is that the flexibility sought in this way is limited by the inflexibility imposed by cables, ducts, etc.
    * * *
    (v.) = pose + difficulty

    Ex: An inherent difficulty posed by this, however, is that the flexibility sought in this way is limited by the inflexibility imposed by cables, ducts, etc.

    Spanish-English dictionary > plantear dificultad

  • 189 presentar dificultad

    (v.) = present + difficulty
    Ex. Subjects that can be described only with terms comprising more than one word, e.g. merchant ships, pressure vessels, algebraic topology, present a difficulty.
    * * *
    (v.) = present + difficulty

    Ex: Subjects that can be described only with terms comprising more than one word, e.g. merchant ships, pressure vessels, algebraic topology, present a difficulty.

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  • 190 progresar con dificultad

    Ex. The summation of human experience is being expanded at a prodigious rate, and the means we use for threading through the consequent maze to the momentarily important item is the same as was used in the days of square-rigged ships.
    * * *

    Ex: The summation of human experience is being expanded at a prodigious rate, and the means we use for threading through the consequent maze to the momentarily important item is the same as was used in the days of square-rigged ships.

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  • 191 respirar con dificultad

    (v.) = gasp for + breath, wheeze
    Ex. I hope there'll be air and space in my mind, and that people won't have to gasp for breath when they talk with me.
    Ex. Children who started wheezing in early life were more likely than the children who never wheezed to have mothers with a history of asthma.
    * * *
    (v.) = gasp for + breath, wheeze

    Ex: I hope there'll be air and space in my mind, and that people won't have to gasp for breath when they talk with me.

    Ex: Children who started wheezing in early life were more likely than the children who never wheezed to have mothers with a history of asthma.

    Spanish-English dictionary > respirar con dificultad

  • 192 sin dificultad

    adv.
    with no difficulty, with ease, without a hitch, no sweat.
    * * *
    Ex. As it happened, the snowfall was moderate and all the rest of us worked all day and got home without difficulty.
    * * *

    Ex: As it happened, the snowfall was moderate and all the rest of us worked all day and got home without difficulty.

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  • 193 sin dificultad alguna

    Ex. Should files follow the 8.3 standard or can long file names be used without a hitch?.
    * * *

    Ex: Should files follow the 8.3 standard or can long file names be used without a hitch?.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sin dificultad alguna

  • 194 sin mucha dificultad

    Ex. Without AACR is doubtful whether computerised cataloguing would have been implemented so relatively painlessly and successfully = Sin las RCAA es dudoso que la catalogación automatizada se hubiera implementado tan fácilmente y con tanto éxito, relativamente hablando.
    * * *

    Ex: Without AACR is doubtful whether computerised cataloguing would have been implemented so relatively painlessly and successfully = Sin las RCAA es dudoso que la catalogación automatizada se hubiera implementado tan fácilmente y con tanto éxito, relativamente hablando.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sin mucha dificultad

  • 195 superar una dificultad

    (v.) = overcome + difficulty, get over + difficulty
    Ex. A first trial gave unsatisfactory results because of flaws in the experimental design, and a second test was therefore planned to overcome these difficulties.
    Ex. To get over the difficulty of terminology it is best to retain the usage 'chapmens' book' to describe popular works.
    * * *
    (v.) = overcome + difficulty, get over + difficulty

    Ex: A first trial gave unsatisfactory results because of flaws in the experimental design, and a second test was therefore planned to overcome these difficulties.

    Ex: To get over the difficulty of terminology it is best to retain the usage 'chapmens' book' to describe popular works.

    Spanish-English dictionary > superar una dificultad

  • 196 surgir una dificultad

    (v.) = arise + difficulty
    Ex. Greater difficulties arise when there is no plain arrangement which will suit all users.
    * * *
    (v.) = arise + difficulty

    Ex: Greater difficulties arise when there is no plain arrangement which will suit all users.

    Spanish-English dictionary > surgir una dificultad

  • 197 tener dificultad

    v.
    to have difficulty, to find difficulty.
    * * *
    (v.) = struggle, experience + difficulty, be hard pressed
    Ex. The chemist, struggling with the synthesis of an organic compound, has all the chemical literature before him in his laboratory.
    Ex. Initially, the library staff experienced difficulties in adjusting to the new service.
    Ex. Patent lawyers would be hard pressed if they had to operate without abstracts to the millions upon millions of patents issued for centuries all around the world.
    * * *
    (v.) = struggle, experience + difficulty, be hard pressed

    Ex: The chemist, struggling with the synthesis of an organic compound, has all the chemical literature before him in his laboratory.

    Ex: Initially, the library staff experienced difficulties in adjusting to the new service.
    Ex: Patent lawyers would be hard pressed if they had to operate without abstracts to the millions upon millions of patents issued for centuries all around the world.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tener dificultad

  • 198 tener dificultad de + Infinitivo

    (v.) = have + difficulty + Gerundio, have + difficulty in + Gerundio
    Ex. The spiral begins its downward swirl very early in life when a child has difficulty learning to read.
    Ex. The poor public image of library and information work implies that SLIS will continue to have difficulty in securing the resource base to compete effectively.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + difficulty + Gerundio, have + difficulty in + Gerundio

    Ex: The spiral begins its downward swirl very early in life when a child has difficulty learning to read.

    Ex: The poor public image of library and information work implies that SLIS will continue to have difficulty in securing the resource base to compete effectively.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tener dificultad de + Infinitivo

  • 199 tener dificultad en + Verbo

    (v.) = be at pains to + Infinitivo
    Ex. In my previous books on reference work I have been at pains to explain that they were not written as 'how-to-do-it' manuals.
    * * *
    (v.) = be at pains to + Infinitivo

    Ex: In my previous books on reference work I have been at pains to explain that they were not written as 'how-to-do-it' manuals.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tener dificultad en + Verbo

  • 200 tomarse Algo de buen grado

    (v.) = take + Nombre + in good humour
    Ex. Even when their animals, frightened at the unusual sight, shied up a bank or into a field, they took it in good humour.
    * * *
    (v.) = take + Nombre + in good humour

    Ex: Even when their animals, frightened at the unusual sight, shied up a bank or into a field, they took it in good humour.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tomarse Algo de buen grado

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