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  • 201 cristales ahumados

    (n.) = tinting
    Ex. Large glazed areas mean that users can enjoy natural daylight, but double glazing, tinting, or architectural shading are necessary to alleviate the worst effects of noise, solar gain and solar glare = Las áreas acristaladas permiten que los usuarios puedan disfrutar de la luz natural, aunque el doble acristalamiento, los cristales ahumados, o las sombras arquitectónicas son necesarios para reducir los efectos negativos del ruido, la radiación solar y el resplandor del sol.
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    (n.) = tinting

    Ex: Large glazed areas mean that users can enjoy natural daylight, but double glazing, tinting, or architectural shading are necessary to alleviate the worst effects of noise, solar gain and solar glare = Las áreas acristaladas permiten que los usuarios puedan disfrutar de la luz natural, aunque el doble acristalamiento, los cristales ahumados, o las sombras arquitectónicas son necesarios para reducir los efectos negativos del ruido, la radiación solar y el resplandor del sol.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cristales ahumados

  • 202 delito contra la propiedad

    Ex. 30 years ago, the topic of security was not one which preoccupied librarians, but in the light of the dramatic increase in property crimes of all sorts, it has become a major concern = Hace treinta años, el tema de la seguridad no era algo que preocupaba a los bibliotecarios, pero a la vista del incremento espectacular de los delitos contra la propiedad de todo tipo, se ha convertido en una preocupación principal.
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    Ex: 30 years ago, the topic of security was not one which preoccupied librarians, but in the light of the dramatic increase in property crimes of all sorts, it has become a major concern = Hace treinta años, el tema de la seguridad no era algo que preocupaba a los bibliotecarios, pero a la vista del incremento espectacular de los delitos contra la propiedad de todo tipo, se ha convertido en una preocupación principal.

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  • 203 en contra

    against
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    = counterpoint, against
    Ex. The point and counterpoint nature of the talks specifically concerned with AACR reflects the official roles the speakers have with respect to that draft.
    Ex. Against this proliferation of hosts there is a distinct awareness amongst users of the need for the rationalisation.
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    = counterpoint, against

    Ex: The point and counterpoint nature of the talks specifically concerned with AACR reflects the official roles the speakers have with respect to that draft.

    Ex: Against this proliferation of hosts there is a distinct awareness amongst users of the need for the rationalisation.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en contra

  • 204 fuerza aérea

    f.
    Air Force, flying corps, air arm.
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    (n.) = Air Force
    Ex. Nonmilitary personnel in libraries maintained by the Department of Defense, such as those operated by the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps, are civil service appointments.
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    (n.) = Air Force

    Ex: Nonmilitary personnel in libraries maintained by the Department of Defense, such as those operated by the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps, are civil service appointments.

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    air force

    Spanish-English dictionary > fuerza aérea

  • 205 fuerza bruta

    f.
    brute force, mailed fist, brutality.
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    brute force
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    (n.) = brute force, raw power, brute power
    Ex. For this, the programs can employ either ' brute force' or a more 'intelligent' strategy.
    Ex. We should give the raw power of Internet-wide full text indexing a fair chance.
    Ex. This illustrates the brute power of the market economy.
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    (n.) = brute force, raw power, brute power

    Ex: For this, the programs can employ either ' brute force' or a more 'intelligent' strategy.

    Ex: We should give the raw power of Internet-wide full text indexing a fair chance.
    Ex: This illustrates the brute power of the market economy.

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    brute force

    Spanish-English dictionary > fuerza bruta

  • 206 fuerza de gravedad

    force of gravity
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    Ex. In chemistry, increasing the gravitational force on a test tube will cause the precipitate to gather on the bottom.
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    Ex: In chemistry, increasing the gravitational force on a test tube will cause the precipitate to gather on the bottom.

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    force of gravity

    Spanish-English dictionary > fuerza de gravedad

  • 207 fuerza de la convicción

    Ex. I urge us all to envision success that is an outcome of these beliefs, of our hard work and courage of our convictions = Pensemos en el éxito como resultado de estas creencias, de nuestro esfuerzo y de la fuerza de nuestras convicciones.
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    Ex: I urge us all to envision success that is an outcome of these beliefs, of our hard work and courage of our convictions = Pensemos en el éxito como resultado de estas creencias, de nuestro esfuerzo y de la fuerza de nuestras convicciones.

    Spanish-English dictionary > fuerza de la convicción

  • 208 fuerza de la gravedad

    (n.) = G-force
    Ex. The human body is better at surviving G-forces that are perpendicular to the spine.
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    la fuerza de la gravedad
    (n.) = force of gravity, the

    Ex: The force of gravity is the force exerted by the gravitational field of a massive object on any body within the vicinity of its surface.

    (n.) = G-force

    Ex: The human body is better at surviving G-forces that are perpendicular to the spine.

    Spanish-English dictionary > fuerza de la gravedad

  • 209 fuerza de voluntad

    willpower
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    (n.) = force of will, willpower [will power]
    Ex. We have too much invested for us to assume any longer that we can, by sheer force of will, temper their influence on emerging standards.
    Ex. It is a matter of willpower, one librarian wrote, because 'with a little push, I (know that I) can find a readership for the item! Maybe a display on the subject?'.
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    (n.) = force of will, willpower [will power]

    Ex: We have too much invested for us to assume any longer that we can, by sheer force of will, temper their influence on emerging standards.

    Ex: It is a matter of willpower, one librarian wrote, because 'with a little push, I (know that I) can find a readership for the item! Maybe a display on the subject?'.

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    willpower

    Spanish-English dictionary > fuerza de voluntad

  • 210 fuerza mayor

    f.
    act of God, force majeure, superior force, vis major.
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    force majeure
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    por causas de fuerza mayor owing to circumstances beyond our control
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    Ex. Force Majeure: SWETS shall not be liable for any interruption of service resulting from any circumstance beyond its reasonable control, including acts of god, war riot, embargoes, strikes or labour shortages or failure of equipment = Fuerzas Mayores: SWETS no será responsable de cualquier interrupción del servicio resultante de cualquier circunstancia más allá de su control, incluidas las causas de fuerza mayor, los disturbios ocasionados por las guerras, embargos, huelgas o escasez de mano de obra o fallos del equipo.
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    por causas de fuerza mayor owing to circumstances beyond our control
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    Ex: Force Majeure: SWETS shall not be liable for any interruption of service resulting from any circumstance beyond its reasonable control, including acts of god, war riot, embargoes, strikes or labour shortages or failure of equipment = Fuerzas Mayores: SWETS no será responsable de cualquier interrupción del servicio resultante de cualquier circunstancia más allá de su control, incluidas las causas de fuerza mayor, los disturbios ocasionados por las guerras, embargos, huelgas o escasez de mano de obra o fallos del equipo.

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    JUR force majeure; en seguro act of God

    Spanish-English dictionary > fuerza mayor

  • 211 fuerza motriz

    f.
    driving force, traction, prime mover, motive power.
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    motive power
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    (n.) = powerhouse, power engine, motive force
    Ex. From a position of relative strength in the 1950s, when Central Europe was the hotbed of European sport, the region has suffered a relative decline compared to the powerhouses of Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK.
    Ex. Knowledge management is also being recognized as a power engine through which educational institutions can address their need for innovation and creativity.
    Ex. The motive force is that inner, irresistible drive, the very essence of all our energy, which impels us to shun evil and to seek after the good.
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    (n.) = powerhouse, power engine, motive force

    Ex: From a position of relative strength in the 1950s, when Central Europe was the hotbed of European sport, the region has suffered a relative decline compared to the powerhouses of Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK.

    Ex: Knowledge management is also being recognized as a power engine through which educational institutions can address their need for innovation and creativity.
    Ex: The motive force is that inner, irresistible drive, the very essence of all our energy, which impels us to shun evil and to seek after the good.

    Spanish-English dictionary > fuerza motriz

  • 212 ganar fuerza

    v.
    to gain strength, to take impulse, to gather strength.
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    (v.) = gather + strength, gather + steam
    Ex. This north/south cooperation is a five-year-old initiative that is now gathering strength = Esta cooperación norte-sur es una iniciativa que cumple cinco años y que ahora está ganando fuerza.
    Ex. The groundswell of movement towards integrating previously unrelated technologies and markets is now gathering a reasonable head of steam.
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    (v.) = gather + strength, gather + steam

    Ex: This north/south cooperation is a five-year-old initiative that is now gathering strength = Esta cooperación norte-sur es una iniciativa que cumple cinco años y que ahora está ganando fuerza.

    Ex: The groundswell of movement towards integrating previously unrelated technologies and markets is now gathering a reasonable head of steam.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ganar fuerza

  • 213 indisponer contra

    v.
    to set against, to turn against.
    Indispusieron a María contra el vecino They set Mary against her neighbor.
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    (v.) = prejudice + Nombre + against
    Ex. Many biased headings still persist that disparage or distort the topic itself, prejudice the user against the material cited, or demean the very people who use the catalog.
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    (v.) = prejudice + Nombre + against

    Ex: Many biased headings still persist that disparage or distort the topic itself, prejudice the user against the material cited, or demean the very people who use the catalog.

    Spanish-English dictionary > indisponer contra

  • 214 instrumento de viento

    wind instrument
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    Ex. Other classes of musical instruments defined by the characteristic of sound production would be percussion instruments, wind instruments, etc.
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    Ex: Other classes of musical instruments defined by the characteristic of sound production would be percussion instruments, wind instruments, etc.

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    wind instrument

    Spanish-English dictionary > instrumento de viento

  • 215 ir en contra de todos + Posesivo + principios

    (v.) = violate + principle
    Ex. 'I'll call the young fellow and tell him there's been a mix-up -- I hope his parents don't raise a stink -- and I want you to know that it really sticks in my craw, it violates all my principles' = "Llamaré al joven y le diré que ha habido una confusión (espero que sus padres no me armen un escándalo) y quiero que sepas que es algo que me da patadas en el estómago, va en contra de todos mis principios".
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    (v.) = violate + principle

    Ex: 'I'll call the young fellow and tell him there's been a mix-up -- I hope his parents don't raise a stink -- and I want you to know that it really sticks in my craw, it violates all my principles' = "Llamaré al joven y le diré que ha habido una confusión (espero que sus padres no me armen un escándalo) y quiero que sepas que es algo que me da patadas en el estómago, va en contra de todos mis principios".

    Spanish-English dictionary > ir en contra de todos + Posesivo + principios

  • 216 ir viento en popa

    MARÍTIMO to sail before the wind 2 figurado to do very well
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    to go splendidly, go great guns *; [negocio] to prosper
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    (v.) = go from + strength to strength, grow from + strength to strength, go + great guns
    Ex. This was achieved with great success, and the scheme goes from strength to strength.
    Ex. Since then the group has grown from strength to strength developing a number of projects of mutual benefit.
    Ex. He said the growth in enrollment in health professions programs continues ' going great guns'.
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    (v.) = go from + strength to strength, grow from + strength to strength, go + great guns

    Ex: This was achieved with great success, and the scheme goes from strength to strength.

    Ex: Since then the group has grown from strength to strength developing a number of projects of mutual benefit.
    Ex: He said the growth in enrollment in health professions programs continues ' going great guns'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ir viento en popa

  • 217 la unión hace la fuerza

    there is strength in numbers
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    Ex. Nowhere is the principle of strength in numbers more apparent than in the collective power of microbes.
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    Ex: Nowhere is the principle of strength in numbers more apparent than in the collective power of microbes.

    Spanish-English dictionary > la unión hace la fuerza

  • 218 luchar contra

    v.
    1 to fight against, to fight away, to struggle against, to fight.
    Luchamos contra la injusticia We fight injustice.
    Luchamos contra el enemigo We fight against the enemy.
    2 to fight, to defy.
    Luchamos contra la injusticia We fight injustice.
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    (v.) = combat, contend with, turn + the tide on, brave
    Ex. The faithful adherents of the ideology of the finding catalog were determined to combat the unwelcome intrusion of Panizzi's scheme before the Royal Commission.
    Ex. This variety of physical forms presents unhelpful complexities to a user, who may have to contend with computer print-out book form, conventionally printed indexes, microfiche and online indexes and catalogues, in even relatively simple searches.
    Ex. The article ' Turning the Tide on Toxics' lists some of the toxic chemicals found around the home.
    Ex. The mammoth hunters braved sub-zero temperatures on desolate tundra at least 20000 years earlier than was thought.
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    (v.) = combat, contend with, turn + the tide on, brave

    Ex: The faithful adherents of the ideology of the finding catalog were determined to combat the unwelcome intrusion of Panizzi's scheme before the Royal Commission.

    Ex: This variety of physical forms presents unhelpful complexities to a user, who may have to contend with computer print-out book form, conventionally printed indexes, microfiche and online indexes and catalogues, in even relatively simple searches.
    Ex: The article ' Turning the Tide on Toxics' lists some of the toxic chemicals found around the home.
    Ex: The mammoth hunters braved sub-zero temperatures on desolate tundra at least 20000 years earlier than was thought.

    Spanish-English dictionary > luchar contra

  • 219 por la fuerza

    against one's will
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    Ex. This film tells the moving story of the more than 40,000 Koreans who were forcibly conscripted as laborers by the Japanese during the Second World War.
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    Ex: This film tells the moving story of the more than 40,000 Koreans who were forcibly conscripted as laborers by the Japanese during the Second World War.

    Spanish-English dictionary > por la fuerza

  • 220 póliza contra indemnizaciones

    (n.) = indemnity insurance, indemnity policy
    Ex. Those of us who work as private sector consultants have been aware of liability for a long time and protect ourselves by professional indemnity insurance.
    Ex. Software licensees should take out adequate insurance cover and licensors should take out professional indemnity policies = Los titulares de las licencia de programas deberían hacer una póliza de seguros adecuada y los distribuidores que conceden las licencias también deberían hacerse seguros contra indemnizaciones.
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    (n.) = indemnity insurance, indemnity policy

    Ex: Those of us who work as private sector consultants have been aware of liability for a long time and protect ourselves by professional indemnity insurance.

    Ex: Software licensees should take out adequate insurance cover and licensors should take out professional indemnity policies = Los titulares de las licencia de programas deberían hacer una póliza de seguros adecuada y los distribuidores que conceden las licencias también deberían hacerse seguros contra indemnizaciones.

    Spanish-English dictionary > póliza contra indemnizaciones


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