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  • 601 precio calculado según el tiempo empleado

    Ex. On-line gives the user frequent updates, but at the cost of time based charges and, in the case of direct access to CELEX, a complex command language = La conexión en línea permite las actualizaciones frecuentes, aunque a costa de precios calculados según el tiempo empleado y, en el caso del acceso directo a CELEX, un lenguaje de comandos complejo.
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    Ex: On-line gives the user frequent updates, but at the cost of time based charges and, in the case of direct access to CELEX, a complex command language = La conexión en línea permite las actualizaciones frecuentes, aunque a costa de precios calculados según el tiempo empleado y, en el caso del acceso directo a CELEX, un lenguaje de comandos complejo.

    Spanish-English dictionary > precio calculado según el tiempo empleado

  • 602 puesto de trabajo

    job
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    ( empleo) job; (Inf) workstation
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    (n.) = appointment, position, post, opening, career path, professional position, position held
    Ex. The project is concerned with the investigation of conditions of appointment for women librarians as well as the grades and salary scales assigned to library tasks.
    Ex. He has held a variety of positions of increasing responsibility.
    Ex. The chief librarian or director of libraries, by which title the post is sometimes now known, will in general be fully occupied with making decisions on internal professional policy.
    Ex. You'll have to call him and tell him there's been a mix-up and that he'll be called as soon as there's another opening.
    Ex. At present the onus appears to be on individual library directors to develop alternative career paths and escape routes = Por ahora la responsabilidad de desarrollar trayectorias profesionales y vías de escape alternativas parece recaer sobre los directores de la biblioteca en cuestión.
    Ex. In virtually all of her professional positions she has been involved with the handling of documents.
    Ex. Data on doctoral graduates are discussed in terms of socioeconomic factors, educational background, position held, prior professional experience, salaries, professional membership, and publications.
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    ( empleo) job; (Inf) workstation
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    (n.) = appointment, position, post, opening, career path, professional position, position held

    Ex: The project is concerned with the investigation of conditions of appointment for women librarians as well as the grades and salary scales assigned to library tasks.

    Ex: He has held a variety of positions of increasing responsibility.
    Ex: The chief librarian or director of libraries, by which title the post is sometimes now known, will in general be fully occupied with making decisions on internal professional policy.
    Ex: You'll have to call him and tell him there's been a mix-up and that he'll be called as soon as there's another opening.
    Ex: At present the onus appears to be on individual library directors to develop alternative career paths and escape routes = Por ahora la responsabilidad de desarrollar trayectorias profesionales y vías de escape alternativas parece recaer sobre los directores de la biblioteca en cuestión.
    Ex: In virtually all of her professional positions she has been involved with the handling of documents.
    Ex: Data on doctoral graduates are discussed in terms of socioeconomic factors, educational background, position held, prior professional experience, salaries, professional membership, and publications.

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    job

    Spanish-English dictionary > puesto de trabajo

  • 603 pérdida de tiempo

    = time wasting, wild goose chase, waste of time, time-consuming [time consuming], fool's errand
    Ex. The person seeking information needs to have all the necessary documentation before setting out, otherwise it could result in considerable expense and much time wasting.
    Ex. The article 'The Wild Goose Chase' is a review essay on Umberto Eco's book, The Search for the Perfect Language, tracing the evolution of the search for a perfect universal language from biblical times through the present.
    Ex. Jones (2002) pointed out that whereas many librarians may see these activities as a ' waste of time, nothing could be further from the truth' = Jones (2002) señaló que mientras que muchos bibliotecarios pueden ver estas actividades como una " pérdida de tiempo, nada estaba más lejos de la verdad".
    Ex. International consultation is bulky and time-consuming, and this makes revision a slow process.
    Ex. I'd like to explain that treating online poker as though it is a science based on mathematic principles is a fool's errand for most of us.
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    = time wasting, wild goose chase, waste of time, time-consuming [time consuming], fool's errand

    Ex: The person seeking information needs to have all the necessary documentation before setting out, otherwise it could result in considerable expense and much time wasting.

    Ex: The article 'The Wild Goose Chase' is a review essay on Umberto Eco's book, The Search for the Perfect Language, tracing the evolution of the search for a perfect universal language from biblical times through the present.
    Ex: Jones (2002) pointed out that whereas many librarians may see these activities as a ' waste of time, nothing could be further from the truth' = Jones (2002) señaló que mientras que muchos bibliotecarios pueden ver estas actividades como una " pérdida de tiempo, nada estaba más lejos de la verdad".
    Ex: International consultation is bulky and time-consuming, and this makes revision a slow process.
    Ex: I'd like to explain that treating online poker as though it is a science based on mathematic principles is a fool's errand for most of us.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pérdida de tiempo

  • 604 seguro a todo riesgo

    fully comprehensive insurance
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    (n.) = comprehensive insurance, all-risk insurance
    Ex. For example, comprehensive insurance covers damage to your car if it is stolen; or damaged by flood, fire, or animals.
    Ex. All-risk insurance covers direct physical loss to property insured unless the policy specifically excludes or limits the coverage.
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    (n.) = comprehensive insurance, all-risk insurance

    Ex: For example, comprehensive insurance covers damage to your car if it is stolen; or damaged by flood, fire, or animals.

    Ex: All-risk insurance covers direct physical loss to property insured unless the policy specifically excludes or limits the coverage.

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    all-risks insurance

    Spanish-English dictionary > seguro a todo riesgo

  • 605 ser todo corazón

    figurado to be all heart, be kindness itself
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    (v.) = have + a heart of gold
    Ex. Though my old man's a dustman he's got a heart of gold.
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    (v.) = have + a heart of gold

    Ex: Though my old man's a dustman he's got a heart of gold.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ser todo corazón

  • 606 ser todo oídos

    to be all ears
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    crédito 1)
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    (v.) = be all ears
    Ex. Some have been referred to as being all ears, while others have been noted as being all mouth.
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    Ex: Some have been referred to as being all ears, while others have been noted as being all mouth.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ser todo oídos

  • 607 ser una pérdida de tiempo

    to be a waste of time
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    (v.) = be idle, beat + a dead horse, flog + a dead horse, fart + in the wind
    Ex. It would be idle to pretend that there have been no changes in the past twenty years.
    Ex. Despite all the written and spoken words, and the charge that to even raise the issue now is to beat a dead horse, there are, regrettably, a host of continuing problems in the area of fairness of headings.
    Ex. When Harries refuted the view that Africans were 'helpless cogs in the wheels of capitalist industrialization,' he was flogging a dead horse.
    Ex. Loving people is like farting in the wind; you don't actually accomplish anything, but you feel better.
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    (v.) = be idle, beat + a dead horse, flog + a dead horse, fart + in the wind

    Ex: It would be idle to pretend that there have been no changes in the past twenty years.

    Ex: Despite all the written and spoken words, and the charge that to even raise the issue now is to beat a dead horse, there are, regrettably, a host of continuing problems in the area of fairness of headings.
    Ex: When Harries refuted the view that Africans were 'helpless cogs in the wheels of capitalist industrialization,' he was flogging a dead horse.
    Ex: Loving people is like farting in the wind; you don't actually accomplish anything, but you feel better.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ser una pérdida de tiempo

  • 608 si el tiempo lo permite

    weather permitting
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    Ex. The daily star watch will begin with a planetarium show (held rain or shine) to be followed ( weather permitting) by viewing with a telescope.
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    Ex: The daily star watch will begin with a planetarium show (held rain or shine) to be followed ( weather permitting) by viewing with a telescope.

    Spanish-English dictionary > si el tiempo lo permite

  • 609 sin trabajo

    adj.
    out-of-work, at a loose end, jobless.
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    (fácilmente) easily
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    (adj.) = jobless
    Ex. Experts say a hoard of buried treasure discovered by a jobless English man is 'war booty' and probably belonged to a pagan king.
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    (adj.) = jobless

    Ex: Experts say a hoard of buried treasure discovered by a jobless English man is 'war booty' and probably belonged to a pagan king.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sin trabajo

  • 610 sobre todo

    adv.
    most of all, chiefly, above all, above all else.
    prep.
    all over.
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    above all, especially
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    = above all, above everything else, overwhelmingly, in particular, above all things
    Ex. Above all, we specified an inviting and functional, rather than impressive, building.
    Ex. The province of bibliography is, above everything else, to relate all this to the text which it was the author's original intention to have written.
    Ex. Overwhelmingly, librarians were seen as professionals with a service function.
    Ex. In particular, most were constructed before the ideas of facet analysis were developed.
    Ex. Above all things, this film is one woman's passionate protest against the thoughtless abuse of the weak by the strong.
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    = above all, above everything else, overwhelmingly, in particular, above all things

    Ex: Above all, we specified an inviting and functional, rather than impressive, building.

    Ex: The province of bibliography is, above everything else, to relate all this to the text which it was the author's original intention to have written.
    Ex: Overwhelmingly, librarians were seen as professionals with a service function.
    Ex: In particular, most were constructed before the ideas of facet analysis were developed.
    Ex: Above all things, this film is one woman's passionate protest against the thoughtless abuse of the weak by the strong.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sobre todo

  • 611 tarifa calculada según el tiempo empleado

    Ex. On-line gives the user frequent updates, but at the cost of time based charges and, in the case of direct access to CELEX, a complex command language = La conexión en línea permite las actualizaciones frecuentes, aunque a costa de precios calculados según el tiempo empleado y, en el caso del acceso directo a CELEX, un lenguaje de comandos complejo.
    * * *

    Ex: On-line gives the user frequent updates, but at the cost of time based charges and, in the case of direct access to CELEX, a complex command language = La conexión en línea permite las actualizaciones frecuentes, aunque a costa de precios calculados según el tiempo empleado y, en el caso del acceso directo a CELEX, un lenguaje de comandos complejo.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tarifa calculada según el tiempo empleado

  • 612 tarifa calculada según el tiempo utilizado

    = time-based tariff, connect time based pricing
    Ex. This paper describes an experiment with a 2-part (time- and volume-based) tariff structure which is felt to have advantages over present time-based tariffs for searching within on-line information retrieval systems.
    Ex. A shift away from connect time based pricing to fixed rate pricing is inevitable = Es inevitable el abandono de las tarifas calculadas según el tiempo de conexión y se adopten las tarfijas planas.
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    = time-based tariff, connect time based pricing

    Ex: This paper describes an experiment with a 2-part (time- and volume-based) tariff structure which is felt to have advantages over present time-based tariffs for searching within on-line information retrieval systems.

    Ex: A shift away from connect time based pricing to fixed rate pricing is inevitable = Es inevitable el abandono de las tarifas calculadas según el tiempo de conexión y se adopten las tarfijas planas.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tarifa calculada según el tiempo utilizado

  • 613 tener + Número + Período de Tiempo

    (v.) = be + Período de Tiempo + old
    Ex. Subscription orders must be at least two years old before they can be deleted.
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    (v.) = be + Período de Tiempo + old

    Ex: Subscription orders must be at least two years old before they can be deleted.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tener + Número + Período de Tiempo

  • 614 tiempo agotado

    m.
    time-out, timeout.
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    Ex. Login is not possible due to session time out = La conexión no es posible debido a que se ha agotado el tiempo de la sesión.
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    Ex: Login is not possible due to session time out = La conexión no es posible debido a que se ha agotado el tiempo de la sesión.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tiempo agotado

  • 615 tiempo de carga

    (n.) = loading time
    Ex. She believes restrictions imposed by library management, such as logo requirements and a limit on loading time, curtail the creativity of teenagers = Piensa que las restricciones impuestas por la dirección, como por ejemplo que aparezca el lototipo de la biblioteca y la limitación del tiempo de carga de las páginas, coharta la creatividad de los adolescentes.
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    Ex: She believes restrictions imposed by library management, such as logo requirements and a limit on loading time, curtail the creativity of teenagers = Piensa que las restricciones impuestas por la dirección, como por ejemplo que aparezca el lototipo de la biblioteca y la limitación del tiempo de carga de las páginas, coharta la creatividad de los adolescentes.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tiempo de carga

  • 616 tiempo libre

    m.
    spare time, time off, leisure, free time.
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    free time
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    spare time, free time
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    (n.) = leisure, leisure time, free time, idle hours, spare time
    Ex. We are too prone to be dummy people by day, and thinking, articulate individuals only in the safety of home and leisure.
    Ex. However, from the sixties, competition for the railway worker's leisure time from public libraries, service clubs and the humble television meant that many branch libraries fell into disuse.
    Ex. On the other hand, a prolonged sequence of interviews can be equally stressful, and 'free time' should be interspersed with the successive appointments.
    Ex. A little later in the same document, in a passage dealing in a rather smug way with the then infant county libraries we read that the purpose of such libraries should be to relieve the tedium of idle hours quite irrespective of intellectual profit or educational gain.
    Ex. This paper considers the lawsuit brought against a police officer in the Kent Constabulary, UK, who worked in his spare time for a debt collection agency and used the Police National Computer to retrieve information concerning the owner of a motor vehicle.
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    spare time, free time
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    (n.) = leisure, leisure time, free time, idle hours, spare time

    Ex: We are too prone to be dummy people by day, and thinking, articulate individuals only in the safety of home and leisure.

    Ex: However, from the sixties, competition for the railway worker's leisure time from public libraries, service clubs and the humble television meant that many branch libraries fell into disuse.
    Ex: On the other hand, a prolonged sequence of interviews can be equally stressful, and 'free time' should be interspersed with the successive appointments.
    Ex: A little later in the same document, in a passage dealing in a rather smug way with the then infant county libraries we read that the purpose of such libraries should be to relieve the tedium of idle hours quite irrespective of intellectual profit or educational gain.
    Ex: This paper considers the lawsuit brought against a police officer in the Kent Constabulary, UK, who worked in his spare time for a debt collection agency and used the Police National Computer to retrieve information concerning the owner of a motor vehicle.

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    spare time, free time

    Spanish-English dictionary > tiempo libre

  • 617 tiempo muerto

    m.
    dead time, downtime, idle time, time-out.
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    = downtime, time out
    Ex. A log in which equipment ' downtime' is noted will provide documentation useful for the justification of replacements or the arrangement of suitable maintenance schedules.
    Ex. Login is not possible due to session time out = La conexión no es posible debido a que se ha agotado el tiempo de la sesión.
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    = downtime, time out

    Ex: A log in which equipment ' downtime' is noted will provide documentation useful for the justification of replacements or the arrangement of suitable maintenance schedules.

    Ex: Login is not possible due to session time out = La conexión no es posible debido a que se ha agotado el tiempo de la sesión.

    * * *
    DEP time-out

    Spanish-English dictionary > tiempo muerto

  • 618 todo bicho viviente

    familiar every living creature
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    = every living soul, everyone and their mother, every Tom, Dick and Harry
    Ex. The inherent nature of man is ever seeking to express itself in terms of freedom, because freedom is the birthright of every living Soul.
    Ex. Everyone and their mother (literally) will be ducking out from work early today to be with their nearest and dearest for the long weekend.
    Ex. It really is time we stopped kow-towing to every Tom, Dick and Harry who runs down our industry.
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    = every living soul, everyone and their mother, every Tom, Dick and Harry

    Ex: The inherent nature of man is ever seeking to express itself in terms of freedom, because freedom is the birthright of every living Soul.

    Ex: Everyone and their mother (literally) will be ducking out from work early today to be with their nearest and dearest for the long weekend.
    Ex: It really is time we stopped kow-towing to every Tom, Dick and Harry who runs down our industry.

    Spanish-English dictionary > todo bicho viviente

  • 619 todo dios

    familiar everybody
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    = every Tom, Dick and Harry, everyone and their mother
    Ex. It really is time we stopped kow-towing to every Tom, Dick and Harry who runs down our industry.
    Ex. Everyone and their mother (literally) will be ducking out from work early today to be with their nearest and dearest for the long weekend.
    * * *
    = every Tom, Dick and Harry, everyone and their mother

    Ex: It really is time we stopped kow-towing to every Tom, Dick and Harry who runs down our industry.

    Ex: Everyone and their mother (literally) will be ducking out from work early today to be with their nearest and dearest for the long weekend.

    Spanish-English dictionary > todo dios

  • 620 todo el mundo

    everybody
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    everyone, everybody
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    = all and sundry, every Tom, Dick and Harry, everybody, each and everyone
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Ingratiating yourself to all and sundry or how I crawled my way to notoriety'.
    Ex. It really is time we stopped kow-towing to every Tom, Dick and Harry who runs down our industry.
    Ex. Although recognising some such affinities between subjects, it is more difficult to find an overall order of main classes which suits everybody.
    Ex. The problem is that it benefits each and everyone, but none in particular.
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    = all and sundry, every Tom, Dick and Harry, everybody, each and everyone

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Ingratiating yourself to all and sundry or how I crawled my way to notoriety'.

    Ex: It really is time we stopped kow-towing to every Tom, Dick and Harry who runs down our industry.
    Ex: Although recognising some such affinities between subjects, it is more difficult to find an overall order of main classes which suits everybody.
    Ex: The problem is that it benefits each and everyone, but none in particular.

    Spanish-English dictionary > todo el mundo

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