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  • 101 ahora más que nunca

    Ex. A phenomenon as old as humanity, megalomania has become, now more than ever, an attitude reflective of our contemporary culture.
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    Ex: A phenomenon as old as humanity, megalomania has become, now more than ever, an attitude reflective of our contemporary culture.

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  • 102 algodón de azúcar

    cotton candy (AmE), candy floss (BrE)
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    (n.) = candy floss, cotton candy
    Ex. The anthology for children ' Candy Floss' collects poems, ballads and carols.
    Ex. The puffy white clouds more suggestive of cotton candy than cumulonimbus.
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    cotton candy (AmE), candy floss (BrE)
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    (n.) = candy floss, cotton candy

    Ex: The anthology for children ' Candy Floss' collects poems, ballads and carols.

    Ex: The puffy white clouds more suggestive of cotton candy than cumulonimbus.

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  • 103 fábrica de tejidos de algodón

    (n.) = mill, cotton mill
    Ex. To be sure, it still has its congeries of mills and factories, its grimy huddle of frame dwellings and congested tenements, its stark, jagged skyline, but its old face is gradually changing.
    Ex. As women became a vital and very large source of labour, particularly in New England, where they worked in the cotton mills, they achieved access to libraries through obligatory attendance at Sunday Schools.
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    (n.) = mill, cotton mill

    Ex: To be sure, it still has its congeries of mills and factories, its grimy huddle of frame dwellings and congested tenements, its stark, jagged skyline, but its old face is gradually changing.

    Ex: As women became a vital and very large source of labour, particularly in New England, where they worked in the cotton mills, they achieved access to libraries through obligatory attendance at Sunday Schools.

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  • 104 hilado del algodón

    Ex. This is made possible by the use of the initial capital letter which thus acts as an indicator, e.g.: H050 G572 Heart operations, E154 I222 Pruning of shrubs, I420 U505 cotton spinning.
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    Ex: This is made possible by the use of the initial capital letter which thus acts as an indicator, e.g.: H050 G572 Heart operations, E154 I222 Pruning of shrubs, I420 U505 cotton spinning.

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  • 105 historia nunca contada

    (n.) = untold story
    Ex. This article relates the untold story of the secret pact between the Third Reich and Jewish Palestine.
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    Ex: This article relates the untold story of the secret pact between the Third Reich and Jewish Palestine.

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  • 106 la ciudad que nunca duerme

    Ex. Several cities (New York, Chicago, etc.) have claimed the title of ' the city that never sleeps'.
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    Ex: Several cities (New York, Chicago, etc.) have claimed the title of ' the city that never sleeps'.

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  • 107 más ... que nunca antes

    = more... than ever before, more than ever before, more than ever
    Ex. Today the environment is changing more quickly than ever before, driven by technological change.
    Ex. The unavoidable conclusion of all this is that more than ever before young people are seeking to escape from the academic environment and move out into the world as soon as possible.
    Ex. In the Year of the Young Reader, booksellers and librarians should form a lobby through which they can become a stronger, more unified force than ever.
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    = more... than ever before, more than ever before, more than ever

    Ex: Today the environment is changing more quickly than ever before, driven by technological change.

    Ex: The unavoidable conclusion of all this is that more than ever before young people are seeking to escape from the academic environment and move out into the world as soon as possible.
    Ex: In the Year of the Young Reader, booksellers and librarians should form a lobby through which they can become a stronger, more unified force than ever.

    Spanish-English dictionary > más ... que nunca antes

  • 108 no estar nunca satisfecho

    = enough + be + not/never + enough
    Ex. For them enough is never enough, and any kind of scam is right up their alley.
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    = enough + be + not/never + enough

    Ex: For them enough is never enough, and any kind of scam is right up their alley.

    Spanish-English dictionary > no estar nunca satisfecho

  • 109 no terminar nunca de tener problemas con

    (v.) = have + no end of problems with
    Ex. I would be glad to test the new version since I have had no end of problems with the old one.
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    (v.) = have + no end of problems with

    Ex: I would be glad to test the new version since I have had no end of problems with the old one.

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  • 110 nunca + Verbo + ni un + Nombre

    = never + Verbo + one + Nombre
    Ex. He's been our paperboy for years, and he's never been late one morning.
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    = never + Verbo + one + Nombre

    Ex: He's been our paperboy for years, and he's never been late one morning.

    Spanish-English dictionary > nunca + Verbo + ni un + Nombre

  • 111 nunca + pensar

    (n.) = thought never + enter + Posesivo + head
    Ex. The thought never entered my head that a gollywog was offensive until it got banned -- to me it was just a doll.
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    (n.) = thought never + enter + Posesivo + head

    Ex: The thought never entered my head that a gollywog was offensive until it got banned -- to me it was just a doll.

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  • 112 nunca se sabe...

    = one never knows...
    Ex. One never knows where the solution to a problem lies.
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    = one never knows...

    Ex: One never knows where the solution to a problem lies.

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  • 113 nunca visto

    adj.
    unseen, all-time.
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    (adj.) = all-time, unseen
    Ex. Nevada's all-time leading scorer is leaving school to get a head start on the NBA's 2007 draft.
    Ex. His widow has opened her personal archive, hitherto unseen, including the private scrapbooks in which Eliot assiduously recorded their life together.
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    (adj.) = all-time, unseen

    Ex: Nevada's all-time leading scorer is leaving school to get a head start on the NBA's 2007 draft.

    Ex: His widow has opened her personal archive, hitherto unseen, including the private scrapbooks in which Eliot assiduously recorded their life together.

    Spanish-English dictionary > nunca visto

  • 114 persona que nunca se deshace de nada

    (n.) = packrat, hoarder, magpie
    Ex. In broad terms, lack of weeding was associated with fear, inertia, and a ' packrat mentality,' causing one librarian to remark that it is 'time to weed librarians who don't want to weed'.
    Ex. Hoarders may become anxious and angry at the mere suggestion of getting rid of items that they've held onto for years.
    Ex. Now to start chucking out stuff that I don't need; being a bit of a magpie, that might be difficult!.
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    (n.) = packrat, hoarder, magpie

    Ex: In broad terms, lack of weeding was associated with fear, inertia, and a ' packrat mentality,' causing one librarian to remark that it is 'time to weed librarians who don't want to weed'.

    Ex: Hoarders may become anxious and angry at the mere suggestion of getting rid of items that they've held onto for years.
    Ex: Now to start chucking out stuff that I don't need; being a bit of a magpie, that might be difficult!.

    Spanish-English dictionary > persona que nunca se deshace de nada

  • 115 por no decir nunca

    Ex. A search of a collection very rarely, if ever, retrieves all the relevant documents possessed in that collection.
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    Ex: A search of a collection very rarely, if ever, retrieves all the relevant documents possessed in that collection.

    Spanish-English dictionary > por no decir nunca

  • 116 reemplazar a

    (v.) = stand in for, deputise for
    Ex. The meeting was chaired by Anne Stokes who was standing in for Liz Turner and is taking over as President.
    Ex. This privilege was reserved for the pharaoh, or the priest who deputised for him, and was considered an initiation into a secret.
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    (v.) = stand in for, deputise for

    Ex: The meeting was chaired by Anne Stokes who was standing in for Liz Turner and is taking over as President.

    Ex: This privilege was reserved for the pharaoh, or the priest who deputised for him, and was considered an initiation into a secret.

    Spanish-English dictionary > reemplazar a

  • 117 reemplazar a Alguien

    (v.) = fill (in) + Posesivo + shoes
    Ex. He is going to be hard to replace, but it is now up to the other members to take the responsibility of filling his shoes.
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    (v.) = fill (in) + Posesivo + shoes

    Ex: He is going to be hard to replace, but it is now up to the other members to take the responsibility of filling his shoes.

    Spanish-English dictionary > reemplazar a Alguien

  • 118 tela de algodón

    (n.) = calico, cotton fabric
    Ex. Plain calico makes a serviceable book cover but it looks better when it is coloured.
    Ex. Moleskin is a wonderfully comfortable, tough and hard-wearing cotton fabric that is as tough as leather but as soft as velvet to the touch.
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    (n.) = calico, cotton fabric

    Ex: Plain calico makes a serviceable book cover but it looks better when it is coloured.

    Ex: Moleskin is a wonderfully comfortable, tough and hard-wearing cotton fabric that is as tough as leather but as soft as velvet to the touch.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tela de algodón

  • 119 trapos de algodón

    Ex. The early paper-making machines were dependent, as the hand vats had been, upon linen and (when they became available) cotton rags as their chief source of raw material.
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    Ex: The early paper-making machines were dependent, as the hand vats had been, upon linen and (when they became available) cotton rags as their chief source of raw material.

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  • 120 viejas costumbres nunca desaparecen, las

    = old ways never die, the
    Ex. But thankfully the old ways never die, just think about stone engraving, calligraphy, horseback riding, and wood-burning fireplaces.

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