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  • 861 línea de trabajo

    (n.) = line of work
    Ex. There are also programmes in several autonomous regions for support of their own lines of work = También existen programas en varias comunidades autónomas para apoyar sus propias líneas de trabajo.
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    Ex: There are also programmes in several autonomous regions for support of their own lines of work = También existen programas en varias comunidades autónomas para apoyar sus propias líneas de trabajo.

    Spanish-English dictionary > línea de trabajo

  • 862 mapa del tiempo

    weather map
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    weather map o chart
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    (n.) = weather map
    Ex. This application converts weather maps into forecast text.
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    weather map o chart
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    Ex: This application converts weather maps into forecast text.

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    weather map

    Spanish-English dictionary > mapa del tiempo

  • 863 memoria de trabajo

    Ex. The game 'Memory for Goblins' has been developed primarily for use in the assessment of working memory.
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    Ex: The game 'Memory for Goblins' has been developed primarily for use in the assessment of working memory.

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    INFOR working memory

    Spanish-English dictionary > memoria de trabajo

  • 864 mercado de trabajo

    job market
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    (n.) = labour market, job market
    Ex. To be sure, one of our major jobs seems to be processing and distributing students for a somewhat better defined labor market than most.
    Ex. Other recent surveys, such as those on multiple job holders and vacancies, reflect the need for information on aspects of the job market in the Community.
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    el mercado de trabajo
    (n.) = employment market, the

    Ex: The article focuses on the emerging employment market for librarians in order to assess its size and the extent to which it offers employment opportunities to trained librarians.

    (n.) = labour market, job market

    Ex: To be sure, one of our major jobs seems to be processing and distributing students for a somewhat better defined labor market than most.

    Ex: Other recent surveys, such as those on multiple job holders and vacancies, reflect the need for information on aspects of the job market in the Community.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mercado de trabajo

  • 865 mucho ruido y pocas nueces

    familiar much ado about nothing
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    = much ado about nothing, storm in a teacup, Posesivo + bark is worse than + Posesivo + bite
    Ex. All too many conferences, workshops, and courses are much ado about nothing, they are merely opportunities for mutual self-congratulation.
    Ex. Consider the following list of 'authors': Lewis Carroll, Aunt Jane, Harassed Housewife, A gentleman of low descent, and By the author of 'The storm in a teacup, mountains and molehills', etc.
    Ex. Without treatment, social anxiety is a torturous and horrible emotional problem; with treatment, its bark is worse than its bite.
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    = much ado about nothing, storm in a teacup, Posesivo + bark is worse than + Posesivo + bite

    Ex: All too many conferences, workshops, and courses are much ado about nothing, they are merely opportunities for mutual self-congratulation.

    Ex: Consider the following list of 'authors': Lewis Carroll, Aunt Jane, Harassed Housewife, A gentleman of low descent, and By the author of 'The storm in a teacup, mountains and molehills', etc.
    Ex: Without treatment, social anxiety is a torturous and horrible emotional problem; with treatment, its bark is worse than its bite.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mucho ruido y pocas nueces

  • 866 ni con mucho

    nowhere near as
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    Ex. But following the law is not enough to keep you safe, not by a long shot.
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    Ex: But following the law is not enough to keep you safe, not by a long shot.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ni con mucho

  • 867 ni mucho menos

    far from
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    = by any stretch (of the imagination), by any means, not by a long shot
    Ex. Hernandez soon discovered that Rolling Ridge was not, by any stretch of the imagination, anything like the suburban bedroom community of Colony Park.
    Ex. This is not a complete list by any means.
    Ex. But following the law is not enough to keep you safe, not by a long shot.
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    = by any stretch (of the imagination), by any means, not by a long shot

    Ex: Hernandez soon discovered that Rolling Ridge was not, by any stretch of the imagination, anything like the suburban bedroom community of Colony Park.

    Ex: This is not a complete list by any means.
    Ex: But following the law is not enough to keep you safe, not by a long shot.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ni mucho menos

  • 868 oportunidad de trabajo

    (n.) = career opportunity, career option
    Ex. Such are the career opportunities presently open to such people that there is little hope of persuading them into new course programmes.
    Ex. A similar linear relationship between age and entrapment indicated that as librarians mature, they become bound to their line of work because of accumulated investments and decreased career options = Una relación directa similar entre la edad y la sensación de sentirse atrapado indicaba que a medida que los bibliotecarios envejecen se sienten ligados a su línea de trabajo debido al esfuerzo invertido y una disminución de las oportunidades de trabajo.
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    (n.) = career opportunity, career option

    Ex: Such are the career opportunities presently open to such people that there is little hope of persuading them into new course programmes.

    Ex: A similar linear relationship between age and entrapment indicated that as librarians mature, they become bound to their line of work because of accumulated investments and decreased career options = Una relación directa similar entre la edad y la sensación de sentirse atrapado indicaba que a medida que los bibliotecarios envejecen se sienten ligados a su línea de trabajo debido al esfuerzo invertido y una disminución de las oportunidades de trabajo.

    Spanish-English dictionary > oportunidad de trabajo

  • 869 pasar tiempo

    v.
    to spend time.
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    (v.) = spend + time, spend + Tiempo
    Ex. Superior cataloguing may result, since more consistency and closer adherence to standard codes are likely to emerge with cataloguers who spend all of their time cataloguing, than with a librarian who tackles cataloguing as one of various professional tasks.
    Ex. Since he had already spent 4 days in prison, the judge decided further punishment would be wrong and that sentence would be suspended.
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    (v.) = spend + time, spend + Tiempo

    Ex: Superior cataloguing may result, since more consistency and closer adherence to standard codes are likely to emerge with cataloguers who spend all of their time cataloguing, than with a librarian who tackles cataloguing as one of various professional tasks.

    Ex: Since he had already spent 4 days in prison, the judge decided further punishment would be wrong and that sentence would be suspended.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasar tiempo

  • 870 perder la noción del tiempo

    to lose track of time
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    (v.) = lose + track of time, lose + all notion of time, lose + all sense of time
    Ex. eBay is the absolute easiest way to lose track of time and the world going on around you.
    Ex. Deep meditation can also make us lose all notion of time because our mental activity is situated on the subconscious level.
    Ex. Once there, however, the three men abandon themselves to an orgy of slaughter, so caught up in killing buffalo that they lose all sense of time.
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    (v.) = lose + track of time, lose + all notion of time, lose + all sense of time

    Ex: eBay is the absolute easiest way to lose track of time and the world going on around you.

    Ex: Deep meditation can also make us lose all notion of time because our mental activity is situated on the subconscious level.
    Ex: Once there, however, the three men abandon themselves to an orgy of slaughter, so caught up in killing buffalo that they lose all sense of time.

    Spanish-English dictionary > perder la noción del tiempo

  • 871 permiso de trabajo

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    (n.) = work permit
    Ex. These people are seasonal workers who are here on a temporary work permit and who should be leaving at the end of their legal contract.
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    Ex: These people are seasonal workers who are here on a temporary work permit and who should be leaving at the end of their legal contract.

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    work permit

    Spanish-English dictionary > permiso de trabajo

  • 872 persona que cambia de trabajo con demasiada frecuencia

    (n.) = job-hopper
    Ex. He's such a job-hopper: he's had three professional jobs in his three years since getting his degree in three different libraries = Es una persona que cambia de trabajo con demasiada frecuencia: ha tenido tres trabajos profesionales en tres bibliotecas diferentes en los tres años siguientes a su graduación.
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    (n.) = job-hopper

    Ex: He's such a job-hopper: he's had three professional jobs in his three years since getting his degree in three different libraries = Es una persona que cambia de trabajo con demasiada frecuencia: ha tenido tres trabajos profesionales en tres bibliotecas diferentes en los tres años siguientes a su graduación.

    Spanish-English dictionary > persona que cambia de trabajo con demasiada frecuencia

  • 873 período de tiempo

    (n.) = amount of time, time, time frame [timeframe], time lapse, time period, time span [time-span], time slot, period of time, date range
    Ex. If there is one, the borrower must be notified, and the copy somehow put aside for that borrower for a limited amount of time.
    Ex. The following highlights are what this first class of Fellows recall of their time overseas.
    Ex. This not only gives the decision maker an idea of the time frame involved but also aids in identifying potential weaknesses.
    Ex. The time lapse before the required page appears can become irritating.
    Ex. When the search is run online, those time periods already searched ondisc will be excluded automatically from your search results.
    Ex. The source index lists all documents included in the journals covered by the index, and issues published in the time span of the particular cumulation.
    Ex. each professional group (i.e., Sections and Round Tables) will receive one time slot of 2 1/2 hours.
    Ex. Bench studies, on the other hand, record the sequence of behaviors at particular benches within the shopping center over an extended period of time = Por otro lado, los estudios de los bancos para sentarse toma nota del comportamiento de la gente en bancos concretos dentro de un centro comercial durante un amplio período de tiempo.
    Ex. It would be great to have a user selectable date range, rather than choosing a day or a week.
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    (n.) = amount of time, time, time frame [timeframe], time lapse, time period, time span [time-span], time slot, period of time, date range

    Ex: If there is one, the borrower must be notified, and the copy somehow put aside for that borrower for a limited amount of time.

    Ex: The following highlights are what this first class of Fellows recall of their time overseas.
    Ex: This not only gives the decision maker an idea of the time frame involved but also aids in identifying potential weaknesses.
    Ex: The time lapse before the required page appears can become irritating.
    Ex: When the search is run online, those time periods already searched ondisc will be excluded automatically from your search results.
    Ex: The source index lists all documents included in the journals covered by the index, and issues published in the time span of the particular cumulation.
    Ex: each professional group (i.e., Sections and Round Tables) will receive one time slot of 2 1/2 hours.
    Ex: Bench studies, on the other hand, record the sequence of behaviors at particular benches within the shopping center over an extended period of time = Por otro lado, los estudios de los bancos para sentarse toma nota del comportamiento de la gente en bancos concretos dentro de un centro comercial durante un amplio período de tiempo.
    Ex: It would be great to have a user selectable date range, rather than choosing a day or a week.

    Spanish-English dictionary > período de tiempo

  • 874 precio calculado según el tiempo de conexión

    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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    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 > precio calculado según el tiempo de conexión

  • 875 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

  • 876 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
    * * *
    (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

  • 877 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

  • 878 quedar mucho por conocer

    (n.) = there + be + a great deal yet to be learned, there + be + still a great deal to be learned
    Ex. There is a great deal yet to be learned about electronic mail reference service = Queda mucho por conocer sobre el servicio de referencia por correo electrónico.
    Ex. There is still a great deal to be learned about information, its use by people and the way people interact with machines before information technology can realize its full potential.
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    (n.) = there + be + a great deal yet to be learned, there + be + still a great deal to be learned

    Ex: There is a great deal yet to be learned about electronic mail reference service = Queda mucho por conocer sobre el servicio de referencia por correo electrónico.

    Ex: There is still a great deal to be learned about information, its use by people and the way people interact with machines before information technology can realize its full potential.

    Spanish-English dictionary > quedar mucho por conocer

  • 879 quedar mucho por saber

    (n.) = there + be + a great deal yet to be learned, there + be + still a great deal to be learned
    Ex. There is a great deal yet to be learned about electronic mail reference service = Queda mucho por conocer sobre el servicio de referencia por correo electrónico.
    Ex. There is still a great deal to be learned about information, its use by people and the way people interact with machines before information technology can realize its full potential.
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    (n.) = there + be + a great deal yet to be learned, there + be + still a great deal to be learned

    Ex: There is a great deal yet to be learned about electronic mail reference service = Queda mucho por conocer sobre el servicio de referencia por correo electrónico.

    Ex: There is still a great deal to be learned about information, its use by people and the way people interact with machines before information technology can realize its full potential.

    Spanish-English dictionary > quedar mucho por saber

  • 880 quien mucho abarca poco aprieta

    Jack of all trades, master of none
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    = bite off more than + Pronombre + can chew
    Ex. We should do our part, but we shouldn't bite off more than we can chew.
    * * *
    = bite off more than + Pronombre + can chew

    Ex: We should do our part, but we shouldn't bite off more than we can chew.

    Spanish-English dictionary > quien mucho abarca poco aprieta

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