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  • 801 fuerza militar

    Ex. If the subject had been the role of British military forces in, say, Northern Ireland society, the substitution would of course not have taken place.
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    Ex: If the subject had been the role of British military forces in, say, Northern Ireland society, the substitution would of course not have taken place.

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  • 802 fuerza muscular

    f.
    muscular strength, brawn.
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    (n.) = muscle power
    Ex. Their development, particularly for replacing human muscle power, has been in parallel with that of information technology, but largely independent of it.
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    Ex: Their development, particularly for replacing human muscle power, has been in parallel with that of information technology, but largely independent of it.

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  • 803 fuerza niveladora

    Ex. The convergence of technologies and markets and the Europeanisation of communications polices work as levelling forces on differences across countries.
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    Ex: The convergence of technologies and markets and the Europeanisation of communications polices work as levelling forces on differences across countries.

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  • 804 fuerza política

    (n.) = political force, political power
    Ex. And also until Groome appeared, newcomers were a nullity as an active political force, exerting little influence in city affairs.
    Ex. The control function is, in these cases, not one exercised by the bibliographer but by a political power much superior.
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    (n.) = political force, political power

    Ex: And also until Groome appeared, newcomers were a nullity as an active political force, exerting little influence in city affairs.

    Ex: The control function is, in these cases, not one exercised by the bibliographer but by a political power much superior.

    Spanish-English dictionary > fuerza política

  • 805 fuerza vital

    f.
    1 stamina, life force.
    2 vital force.
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    (n.) = life force
    Ex. He classified refined sugar as a poison because it has been depleted of its life forces, vitamins and minerals.
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    (n.) = life force

    Ex: He classified refined sugar as a poison because it has been depleted of its life forces, vitamins and minerals.

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  • 806 fuerza viva

    f.
    actual energy, kinetic energy.
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    (n.) = living force
    Ex. The public library as a democratic living force for education, culture and information, and as an essential agent for the fostering of peace and spiritual welfare through the minds of men and women.
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    Ex: The public library as a democratic living force for education, culture and information, and as an essential agent for the fostering of peace and spiritual welfare through the minds of men and women.

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  • 807 golpear con fuerza

    (v.) = smite
    Ex. Instead, this may come off as a sort of mixed signal considering that God has chosen to smite California right after a proposition was passed banning same sex marriage.
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    (v.) = smite

    Ex: Instead, this may come off as a sort of mixed signal considering that God has chosen to smite California right after a proposition was passed banning same sex marriage.

    Spanish-English dictionary > golpear con fuerza

  • 808 guerra contra el despilfarro

    (n.) = war on waste
    Ex. Since the Reagan administration began its war on waste in 1981, farmers and other citizens have had not alternative to buying their information from the private sector at far steeper prices.
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    Ex: Since the Reagan administration began its war on waste in 1981, farmers and other citizens have had not alternative to buying their information from the private sector at far steeper prices.

    Spanish-English dictionary > guerra contra el despilfarro

  • 809 guerra contra el terrorismo

    (n.) = war on terror, war on terrorism, war against terrorism
    Ex. We are also exploring the possibility, with our sister organization in the US, of producing a joint issue possibly on the theme of how the so-called ' war on terror' is affecting library and information services.
    Ex. The article ' War on terrorism: war on liberty' examines the key world wide web sites covering the 11 Sep 2001 terrorist attacks and the subsequent war against terrorism.
    Ex. The article 'War on terrorism: war on liberty' examines the key world wide web sites covering the 11 Sep 2001 terrorist attacks and the subsequent war against terrorism.
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    (n.) = war on terror, war on terrorism, war against terrorism

    Ex: We are also exploring the possibility, with our sister organization in the US, of producing a joint issue possibly on the theme of how the so-called ' war on terror' is affecting library and information services.

    Ex: The article ' War on terrorism: war on liberty' examines the key world wide web sites covering the 11 Sep 2001 terrorist attacks and the subsequent war against terrorism.
    Ex: The article 'War on terrorism: war on liberty' examines the key world wide web sites covering the 11 Sep 2001 terrorist attacks and the subsequent war against terrorism.

    Spanish-English dictionary > guerra contra el terrorismo

  • 810 guerra contra las drogas

    Ex. As the ` war on drugs' escalates, a new class of client is emerging.
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    Ex: As the ` war on drugs' escalates, a new class of client is emerging.

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  • 811 haber un viento huracanado

    (n.) = wind + blow great guns
    Ex. The wind was now blowing great guns, with frequent storms of hail, but on they went to Ballycastle.
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    (n.) = wind + blow great guns

    Ex: The wind was now blowing great guns, with frequent storms of hail, but on they went to Ballycastle.

    Spanish-English dictionary > haber un viento huracanado

  • 812 hablar en contra de

    Ex. As a result public libraries came into disrepute and even today authorities speak against them.
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    Ex: As a result public libraries came into disrepute and even today authorities speak against them.

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  • 813 hacer objeciones contra

    (v.) = urge against
    Ex. It is the ideology which was urged against Panizzi and was cogently disproved by him before the Royal Commission but whose seductive simplicity has always found friends to keep it alive.
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    Ex: It is the ideology which was urged against Panizzi and was cogently disproved by him before the Royal Commission but whose seductive simplicity has always found friends to keep it alive.

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  • 814 hacer un viento huracanado

    (n.) = wind + blow great guns
    Ex. The wind was now blowing great guns, with frequent storms of hail, but on they went to Ballycastle.
    * * *
    (n.) = wind + blow great guns

    Ex: The wind was now blowing great guns, with frequent storms of hail, but on they went to Ballycastle.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacer un viento huracanado

  • 815 henchirse con el viento

    (v.) = billow
    Ex. He was puzzled by the annoying tendency of shower curtains to billow in during a shower and stick to the leg or arm of the person attempting to bathe.
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    (v.) = billow

    Ex: He was puzzled by the annoying tendency of shower curtains to billow in during a shower and stick to the leg or arm of the person attempting to bathe.

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  • 816 hincharse con el viento

    (v.) = billow
    Ex. He was puzzled by the annoying tendency of shower curtains to billow in during a shower and stick to the leg or arm of the person attempting to bathe.
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    (v.) = billow

    Ex: He was puzzled by the annoying tendency of shower curtains to billow in during a shower and stick to the leg or arm of the person attempting to bathe.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hincharse con el viento

  • 817 impacto, toda la fuerza, todo la fuerza del impacto

    (n.) = full force
    Ex. Ireland's rugged coastline combined with the full force of Atlantic swell provides suitable conditions for surfing.
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    (n.) = full force

    Ex: Ireland's rugged coastline combined with the full force of Atlantic swell provides suitable conditions for surfing.

    Spanish-English dictionary > impacto, toda la fuerza, todo la fuerza del impacto

  • 818 impulsado por el viento

    (adj.) = wind-driven
    Ex. Wind-driven ocean currents behave in ways that, at first appearance do not make sense.
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    (adj.) = wind-driven

    Ex: Wind-driven ocean currents behave in ways that, at first appearance do not make sense.

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  • 819 inmovilizar contra

    (v.) = pin + Nombre + against
    Ex. While in a speech therapy session when she got up and pushed the table violently, pinning her therapist against the wall.
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    (v.) = pin + Nombre + against

    Ex: While in a speech therapy session when she got up and pushed the table violently, pinning her therapist against the wall.

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  • 820 ir a contra reloj

    (v.) = race against + time, race against + the clock
    Ex. The officials and the workers involved in the rescue operations were racing against time to save the child.
    Ex. The emergency services were frantically racing against the clock to try and hold together their city which was coming apart at the seams.
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    (v.) = race against + time, race against + the clock

    Ex: The officials and the workers involved in the rescue operations were racing against time to save the child.

    Ex: The emergency services were frantically racing against the clock to try and hold together their city which was coming apart at the seams.

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