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ephemeral

  • 1 anhelar

    v.
    1 to long or wish for.
    anhelar hacer algo to long to do something
    2 to desire, to aspire after, to be sick for, to crave after.
    3 to yearn to, to desire to, to long to, to look forward to.
    4 to pine, to languish.
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    1 to long for, yearn for
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    verb
    to long for, yearn for
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    1.
    VT to long for, yearn for

    anhelar hacer algo — to be eager to do sth, long to do sth

    2.
    VI (Med) to gasp, pant
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    verbo transitivo (liter) <fama/poder> to yearn for, to long for

    anhelar + inf — to long to + inf, yearn to + inf

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    = itch for, long (for), crave, be more than ready for, gag for, covet, pine, lust (for/after/over), yearn, crave for.
    Ex. It seems like he's itching for a change but doesn't know exactly the direction or directions to pursue in order to accomplish the change.
    Ex. After you have chosen a story you long to tell, read it over and over and then analyse it.
    Ex. Mayo maintained that workers are motivated by 'togetherness' and crave individual recognition within the group = Mayo mantenía que los trabajadores se motivan por la solidaridad y anhelan el reconocimiento individual dentro del grupo.
    Ex. By the time the first Italian parliament was formed in 1861, Italy was more than ready for political union.
    Ex. Ireland is gagging for affordable broadband, according to a survey of 1400 net users.
    Ex. He coveted his brother's power and so started to spin a conspiracy in order to assassinate him and take his place both on the throne and on the wedding thalamus.
    Ex. The 2.1 km trail is perfect for working up a thirst - just long enough to make you feel like you got a bit of exercise, but short enough that you aren't pining for very long.
    Ex. These two women were Samaria and Jerusalem, lusting after foreigners and foreign ways, and abandoning their god for shallow and ephemeral pleasures.
    Ex. Since time immemorial, people have yearned for an immediate way to capture living moments in a picture.
    Ex. With all of the things that make up our daily grind, we often find ourselves craving for the next getaway, for the next relaxation period.
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    * anhelar ser = ache to be.
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    verbo transitivo (liter) <fama/poder> to yearn for, to long for

    anhelar + inf — to long to + inf, yearn to + inf

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    = itch for, long (for), crave, be more than ready for, gag for, covet, pine, lust (for/after/over), yearn, crave for.

    Ex: It seems like he's itching for a change but doesn't know exactly the direction or directions to pursue in order to accomplish the change.

    Ex: After you have chosen a story you long to tell, read it over and over and then analyse it.
    Ex: Mayo maintained that workers are motivated by 'togetherness' and crave individual recognition within the group = Mayo mantenía que los trabajadores se motivan por la solidaridad y anhelan el reconocimiento individual dentro del grupo.
    Ex: By the time the first Italian parliament was formed in 1861, Italy was more than ready for political union.
    Ex: Ireland is gagging for affordable broadband, according to a survey of 1400 net users.
    Ex: He coveted his brother's power and so started to spin a conspiracy in order to assassinate him and take his place both on the throne and on the wedding thalamus.
    Ex: The 2.1 km trail is perfect for working up a thirst - just long enough to make you feel like you got a bit of exercise, but short enough that you aren't pining for very long.
    Ex: These two women were Samaria and Jerusalem, lusting after foreigners and foreign ways, and abandoning their god for shallow and ephemeral pleasures.
    Ex: Since time immemorial, people have yearned for an immediate way to capture living moments in a picture.
    Ex: With all of the things that make up our daily grind, we often find ourselves craving for the next getaway, for the next relaxation period.
    * anhelar ser = ache to be.

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    anhelar [A1 ]
    vt
    ( liter); ‹fama/gloria/poder› to yearn for, to long for anhelar + INF to long to + INF, yearn to + INF
    anhelaba llevar una vida tranquila she longed o yearned to lead a peaceful life
    anhelar QUE + SUBJ:
    anhelaba que su hijo fuera feliz his deepest desire o greatest wish was for his son to be happy
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    anhelar ( conjugate anhelar) verbo transitivo (liter) ‹fama/poder to yearn for, to long for;

    anhelaba que su hijo fuera feliz his greatest wish was for his son to be happy
    anhelar verbo transitivo to yearn for, to long for

    ' anhelar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    desear
    - suspirar
    English:
    hanker
    - itch
    - long
    - yearn
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    to long for;
    un político que anhela poder a politician who is hungry for power;
    anhela tener su propia casa she longs to have a house of her own;
    anhelan que acabe la guerra they are longing for the war to end
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    v/t long for
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    : to yearn for, to crave

    Spanish-English dictionary > anhelar

  • 2 ansiar

    v.
    1 to long for, to ache for, to desire, to aim for.
    2 to yearn to, to want to, to be aching to, to ache to.
    3 to yearn, to yen.
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    Conjugation model [ DESVIAR], like link=desviar desviar
    1 to long for, yearn for
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    verb
    to long for, yearn for
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    1.
    VT to long for, yearn for

    ansiar hacer algo — to long to do sth, yearn to do sth

    2.
    VI
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    verbo transitivo (liter) <libertad/poder> to long for, yearn for

    ansiar + inf — to long to + inf

    ansiaba que regresarahe longed o yearned for her to return

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    = gag for, lust (for/after/over), yearn, itch for.
    Ex. Ireland is gagging for affordable broadband, according to a survey of 1400 net users.
    Ex. These two women were Samaria and Jerusalem, lusting after foreigners and foreign ways, and abandoning their god for shallow and ephemeral pleasures.
    Ex. Since time immemorial, people have yearned for an immediate way to capture living moments in a picture.
    Ex. It seems like he's itching for a change but doesn't know exactly the direction or directions to pursue in order to accomplish the change.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo (liter) <libertad/poder> to long for, yearn for

    ansiar + inf — to long to + inf

    ansiaba que regresarahe longed o yearned for her to return

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    = gag for, lust (for/after/over), yearn, itch for.

    Ex: Ireland is gagging for affordable broadband, according to a survey of 1400 net users.

    Ex: These two women were Samaria and Jerusalem, lusting after foreigners and foreign ways, and abandoning their god for shallow and ephemeral pleasures.
    Ex: Since time immemorial, people have yearned for an immediate way to capture living moments in a picture.
    Ex: It seems like he's itching for a change but doesn't know exactly the direction or directions to pursue in order to accomplish the change.

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    ansiar [ A17 ]
    vt
    ( liter); ‹paz/libertad/poder› to long for, yearn for
    el día del tan ansiado reencuentro the day of the long-awaited reunion
    ansiar + INF to long to + INF
    ansía alcanzar el éxito he longs to achieve success, he yearns after o craves success ( liter)
    ansiar QUE + SUBJ:
    ansiaba que regresara he longed o yearned for her to return, he longed o yearned for her return ( liter)
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    ansiar ( conjugate ansiar) verbo transitivo (liter) ‹libertad/poder to long for, yearn for;

    ansiar verbo transitivo to long for, yearn for

    ' ansiar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    crave
    - thirst for
    - hanker
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    ansiar vt
    ansiar algo to long for sth;
    encontraron la felicidad que tanto ansiaban they found the happiness that they had been longing for;
    ansiaba regresar a su país she longed to return to her country;
    todos ansiamos llegar a un acuerdo we are all anxious to reach an agreement;
    ansían que el problema se resuelva lo antes posible they are anxious for the problem to be solved as soon as possible
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    v/t yearn for, long for
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    ansiar {85} vt
    : to long for, to yearn for
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    ansiar vb to long

    Spanish-English dictionary > ansiar

  • 3 archivo de recortes

    (n.) = clipping file [cuttings file, -UK], cuttings file [clipping file, -USA]
    Ex. Established in 1941, the collection includes American and European studbooks, periodical files dating back to the 1800s, a clipping file and fiction and poetry on horses.
    Ex. A cuttings file is a file where items, usually ephemeral and topical in nature, taken from various sources, including newspapers and magazines, are kept for information and reference.
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    (n.) = clipping file [cuttings file, -UK], cuttings file [clipping file, -USA]

    Ex: Established in 1941, the collection includes American and European studbooks, periodical files dating back to the 1800s, a clipping file and fiction and poetry on horses.

    Ex: A cuttings file is a file where items, usually ephemeral and topical in nature, taken from various sources, including newspapers and magazines, are kept for information and reference.

    Spanish-English dictionary > archivo de recortes

  • 4 basura

    f.
    1 rubbish (British), garbage, trash (United States).
    el parque estaba lleno de basura the park was full of litter
    basura orgánica organic waste
    basura radiactiva radioactive waste
    2 rubbish bin, dustbin (British), garbage or trash can (United States).
    tirar algo a la basura to throw something away
    3 rubbish (British), garbage, trash (United States).
    4 garbage, litter, rubbish, trash.
    5 shinplaster.
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    1 (cosa) rubbish, US garbage
    \
    bajar la basura / sacar la basura to put the rubbish out
    tirar a la basura to throw away
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    noun f.
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    SF
    1) (=desechos) [en casa] rubbish, garbage (EEUU); [por el suelo] litter

    prohibido arrojar basuras (y escombros) — no dumping, no tipping

    2) (=contenedor) [en casa] dustbin, trash can (EEUU); [en la calle] litter bin, trash can (EEUU)

    tirar algo a la basurato put o throw sth in the bin

    3) (=persona o cosa despreciable) trash, rubbish

    es una basura* he's a shocker *, he's a rotter *

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    1)
    a) ( recipiente) garbage o trash can (AmE), dustbin (BrE)

    echar or tirar algo a la basura — to throw something in the garbage o trash (can) o dustbin

    b) ( desechos) garbage (AmE), trash (AmE), rubbish (BrE); ( en sitios públicos) litter

    la recogida de la basurathe garbage o rubbish o (frml) refuse collection

    2) (fam) ( porquería) trash (AmE colloq), rubbish (BrE colloq)
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    = rubbish, junk, litter, garbage, dross, trash, schlock, shit, hogwash, cruft, refuse.
    Ex. Science fiction may be so obviously rubbish that one is tempted to dismiss the whole product as rubbish.
    Ex. All the librarian has is a pile of useless junk which people have given to the library instead of throwing out.
    Ex. Indeed, she was delighted to forsake the urban reality of steel and glass, traffic and crime, aspirin and litter, for the sort of over-the-fence friendliness of the smaller city.
    Ex. Some individuals are satisfied with a 50% 'hit' rate because they feel they can more quickly weed out the ' garbage' than they could compile the needed bibliography by hand.
    Ex. They do have the problem, however, of being able to sort out the nuggets of literary gold from amongst the torrents of published dross.
    Ex. For one thing, the librarian cannot really understand why his clients read ' trash' or books of ephemeral value.
    Ex. Adolescents should be allowed such pleasant means of escaping reality and there's no reason why libraries can't accommodate a little schlock.
    Ex. Until your skin gets use to it, it will itch but non-scented talcum powder will help, just make sure you don't inhale any of that shit.
    Ex. The film proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that the official story is hogwash and that all the evidence points towards an inside job.
    Ex. This cruft doesn't harm the system, it merely takes up some space.
    Ex. It is the responsibility of the householder to ensure the refuse is bagged securely.
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    * alcantarillado y basura = sanitation.
    * arrojar a la basura = trash.
    * basura industrial = industrial waste.
    * basura urbana = municipal waste.
    * bolsa de basura = bin liner, bin bag, rubbish bag, garbage bag.
    * buscar entre la basura = scavenge.
    * camión de la basura = garbage truck, rubbish truck, rubbish lorry, dustcart [dust cart].
    * comida basura = junk food.
    * con basura por el suelo = littered.
    * contenedor de basura = rubbish skip.
    * contenedor de la basura = dumpster.
    * correo basura = junk mail, spam, junk e-mail.
    * cubo de la basura = waste bin, trashcan [trash can], dustbin [dust bin], rubbish bin, trash bin, garbage can.
    * eliminación de basura = waste disposal.
    * mendigo que rebusca en la basura = dumpster rat.
    * persona que tira basura al suelo = litterbug, litter lout.
    * pordiosero de la basura = scavenger.
    * recogida de basura = waste collection, garbage collection, refuse removal, refuse collection.
    * sacar la basura = take out + the garbage.
    * vertedero de basura = landfill site, landfill.
    * vertedero de basuras = garbage dump.
    * * *
    1)
    a) ( recipiente) garbage o trash can (AmE), dustbin (BrE)

    echar or tirar algo a la basura — to throw something in the garbage o trash (can) o dustbin

    b) ( desechos) garbage (AmE), trash (AmE), rubbish (BrE); ( en sitios públicos) litter

    la recogida de la basurathe garbage o rubbish o (frml) refuse collection

    2) (fam) ( porquería) trash (AmE colloq), rubbish (BrE colloq)
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    = rubbish, junk, litter, garbage, dross, trash, schlock, shit, hogwash, cruft, refuse.

    Ex: Science fiction may be so obviously rubbish that one is tempted to dismiss the whole product as rubbish.

    Ex: All the librarian has is a pile of useless junk which people have given to the library instead of throwing out.
    Ex: Indeed, she was delighted to forsake the urban reality of steel and glass, traffic and crime, aspirin and litter, for the sort of over-the-fence friendliness of the smaller city.
    Ex: Some individuals are satisfied with a 50% 'hit' rate because they feel they can more quickly weed out the ' garbage' than they could compile the needed bibliography by hand.
    Ex: They do have the problem, however, of being able to sort out the nuggets of literary gold from amongst the torrents of published dross.
    Ex: For one thing, the librarian cannot really understand why his clients read ' trash' or books of ephemeral value.
    Ex: Adolescents should be allowed such pleasant means of escaping reality and there's no reason why libraries can't accommodate a little schlock.
    Ex: Until your skin gets use to it, it will itch but non-scented talcum powder will help, just make sure you don't inhale any of that shit.
    Ex: The film proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that the official story is hogwash and that all the evidence points towards an inside job.
    Ex: This cruft doesn't harm the system, it merely takes up some space.
    Ex: It is the responsibility of the householder to ensure the refuse is bagged securely.
    * alcantarillado y basura = sanitation.
    * arrojar a la basura = trash.
    * basura industrial = industrial waste.
    * basura urbana = municipal waste.
    * bolsa de basura = bin liner, bin bag, rubbish bag, garbage bag.
    * buscar entre la basura = scavenge.
    * camión de la basura = garbage truck, rubbish truck, rubbish lorry, dustcart [dust cart].
    * comida basura = junk food.
    * con basura por el suelo = littered.
    * contenedor de basura = rubbish skip.
    * contenedor de la basura = dumpster.
    * correo basura = junk mail, spam, junk e-mail.
    * cubo de la basura = waste bin, trashcan [trash can], dustbin [dust bin], rubbish bin, trash bin, garbage can.
    * eliminación de basura = waste disposal.
    * mendigo que rebusca en la basura = dumpster rat.
    * persona que tira basura al suelo = litterbug, litter lout.
    * pordiosero de la basura = scavenger.
    * recogida de basura = waste collection, garbage collection, refuse removal, refuse collection.
    * sacar la basura = take out + the garbage.
    * vertedero de basura = landfill site, landfill.
    * vertedero de basuras = garbage dump.

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    A
    1 (recipiente) garbage o trash can ( AmE), dustbin ( BrE)
    echar or tirar algo a la basura to throw sth away, to throw sth in the garbage o trash (can) o dustbin
    ¿que no sirve? ¡pues a la basura! well, if it's no use, throw it out o dump it ( AmE) o ( BrE) bin it ( colloq)
    2 (desechos) garbage ( AmE), trash ( AmE), rubbish ( BrE); (en sitios públicos) litter
    sacar la basura to take out the garbage o trash o rubbish
    dejaron el estadio lleno de basura they left litter all around the stadium
    la recogida de la basura the garbage o rubbish o ( frml) refuse collection
    hoy no pasa la basura ( fam); the garbage man doesn't come today ( AmE colloq), the dustmen don't come today ( BrE colloq)
    [ S ] prohibido arrojar basura(s) no dumping, no tipping ( BrE)
    B
    1 ( fam)
    (porquería): ese programa es una basura that program is trash ( AmE colloq), that programme is rubbish ( BrE colloq)
    ¿cómo puedes leer esa basura? how can you read trash o ( BrE) rubbish like that?
    la comida era una basura the food was lousy ( colloq)
    2 ( fam) (persona) swine ( colloq), s.o.b. ( AmE colloq)
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    basura sustantivo femenino
    a) ( recipiente) garbage o trash can (AmE), dustbin (BrE);

    echar or tirar algo a la basura to throw sth in the garbage o trash (can) o dustbin
    b) ( desechos) garbage (AmE), trash (AmE), rubbish (BrE);

    ( en sitios públicos) litter;
    sacar la basura to take out the garbage o trash o rubbish

    c) (fam) ( porquería) trash (AmE colloq), rubbish (BrE colloq)

    basura sustantivo femenino rubbish, US trash, garbage: bajar/sacar la basura, to put the rubbish out
    tira las sobras a la basura, throw the leftovers away
    camión de la basura, dustcart
    ' basura' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    bolsa
    - caca
    - camión
    - cubo
    - desechos
    - desperdicio
    - fondón
    - fondona
    - incinerar
    - plagada
    - plagado
    - rebuscar
    - recoger
    - recogida
    - suciedad
    - verter
    - botadero
    - botar
    - bote
    - caneca
    - comida
    - ducto
    - echar
    - escarbar
    - hurgar
    - incineración
    - pala
    - pepenar
    - quemar
    - sacar
    - tacho
    - triturador
    - vertedero
    English:
    assign
    - bin
    - bin liner
    - collection
    - disposal
    - dump
    - dumping
    - dustbin
    - garbage
    - garbage can
    - garbage truck
    - junk
    - junk food
    - litter
    - put out
    - refuse
    - refuse bin
    - refuse lorry
    - responsible
    - rubbish
    - rubbish bin
    - scavenge
    - scavenger
    - stamp down
    - throw away
    - throw out
    - tip out
    - tip over
    - trash
    - trash can
    - binliner
    - blow
    - can
    - dross
    - dust
    - liner
    - pedal bin
    - scrap
    - skip
    - swing
    - throw
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    adj inv
    comida basura junk food;
    contrato basura short-term contract [with poor conditions]
    nf
    1. [desechos] Br rubbish, US garbage, trash;
    [en la calle] litter;
    no te olvides de sacar la basura don't forget Br to put the rubbish out o US to take out the garbage;
    el parque estaba lleno de basura the park was full of litter
    basura espacial space junk;
    basura orgánica organic waste;
    basura radiactiva radioactive waste
    2. [recipiente] Br rubbish bin, dustbin, US garbage o trash can;
    tirar algo a la basura to throw sth away
    3. [bazofia] Br rubbish, US garbage, trash;
    este artículo es una basura this article is Br a load of rubbish o US trash
    4. [persona] scum, filth
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    trash, Br
    rubbish;
    cubo de la basura garbage o trash can, Br rubbish bin
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    basura nf
    desechos: garbage, waste, refuse
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    basura n rubbish

    Spanish-English dictionary > basura

  • 5 codiciar

    v.
    1 to covet.
    2 to covet to, to ambition to.
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    1 to covet, desire, crave for
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    VT [+ dinero, bienes] to desire; [+ lo ajeno] to covet
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    verbo transitivo to covet
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    = covet, lust (for/after/over).
    Ex. He coveted his brother's power and so started to spin a conspiracy in order to assassinate him and take his place both on the throne and on the wedding thalamus.
    Ex. These two women were Samaria and Jerusalem, lusting after foreigners and foreign ways, and abandoning their god for shallow and ephemeral pleasures.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo to covet
    * * *
    = covet, lust (for/after/over).

    Ex: He coveted his brother's power and so started to spin a conspiracy in order to assassinate him and take his place both on the throne and on the wedding thalamus.

    Ex: These two women were Samaria and Jerusalem, lusting after foreigners and foreign ways, and abandoning their god for shallow and ephemeral pleasures.

    * * *
    codiciar [A1 ]
    vt
    ‹riquezas/poder› to covet, lust after; ‹bienes ajenos› to covet
    * * *

    codiciar ( conjugate codiciar) verbo transitivo
    to covet
    codiciar verbo transitivo to covet
    ' codiciar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    covet
    - eager
    - lust
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    to covet
    * * *
    v/t covet
    * * *
    : to covet

    Spanish-English dictionary > codiciar

  • 6 colección de recortes

    (n.) = clipping file [cuttings file, -UK], cuttings file [clipping file, -USA]
    Ex. Established in 1941, the collection includes American and European studbooks, periodical files dating back to the 1800s, a clipping file and fiction and poetry on horses.
    Ex. A cuttings file is a file where items, usually ephemeral and topical in nature, taken from various sources, including newspapers and magazines, are kept for information and reference.
    * * *
    (n.) = clipping file [cuttings file, -UK], cuttings file [clipping file, -USA]

    Ex: Established in 1941, the collection includes American and European studbooks, periodical files dating back to the 1800s, a clipping file and fiction and poetry on horses.

    Ex: A cuttings file is a file where items, usually ephemeral and topical in nature, taken from various sources, including newspapers and magazines, are kept for information and reference.

    Spanish-English dictionary > colección de recortes

  • 7 comercializar

    v.
    1 to market.
    2 to commercialize, to market, to put on the market, to introduce to the market.
    3 to merchandise, to merchandize.
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    1 to commercialize, market
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    VT (=explotar comercialmente) to commercialize; (=lanzar al mercado) to market
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    1.
    verbo transitivo < producto> to market; <lugar/deporte> to commercialize
    2.
    comercializarse v pron to become commercialized
    * * *
    = market, be available from, commodify.
    Ex. In information retrieval applications it was more usual for one organisation to carry most of the burden of development of the system, and then to market it to others.
    Ex. INFO-TEXT Management and Document Retrieval System is available from Henco Software Inc, Waltham, Mass., USA.
    Ex. Libraries and their collections are becoming commodified, homogenized, and ephemeral.
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    * comercializar (con) = traffic (in).
    * comercializar un producto = carry, market + product.
    * comercializar un servicio = market + service, broker + service.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo < producto> to market; <lugar/deporte> to commercialize
    2.
    comercializarse v pron to become commercialized
    * * *
    comercializar (con)

    Ex: Since the collapse of the Berlin wall, women & girls have been trafficked from Eastern and Central Europe to work as prostitutes in the European Union.

    = market, be available from, commodify.

    Ex: In information retrieval applications it was more usual for one organisation to carry most of the burden of development of the system, and then to market it to others.

    Ex: INFO-TEXT Management and Document Retrieval System is available from Henco Software Inc, Waltham, Mass., USA.
    Ex: Libraries and their collections are becoming commodified, homogenized, and ephemeral.
    * comercializar (con) = traffic (in).
    * comercializar un producto = carry, market + product.
    * comercializar un servicio = market + service, broker + service.

    * * *
    vt
    1 ‹producto› to market
    2 ‹lugar/deporte/arte› to commercialize
    to become commercialized
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    comercializar ( conjugate comercializar) verbo transitivo producto to market;
    lugar/deporte to commercialize
    comercializarse verbo pronominal
    to become commercialized
    comercializar verbo transitivo to market
    ' comercializar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    commercialize
    - market
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    vt
    1. [producto] to market
    2. [cultura, deporte] to commercialize
    See also the pronominal verb comercializarse
    * * *
    v/t market, sell; desp
    commercialize
    * * *
    comercializar {21} vt
    1) : to commercialize
    2) : to market

    Spanish-English dictionary > comercializar

  • 8 convertir Algo en un artículo de consumo

    (v.) = commodify
    Ex. Libraries and their collections are becoming commodified, homogenized, and ephemeral.
    * * *
    (v.) = commodify

    Ex: Libraries and their collections are becoming commodified, homogenized, and ephemeral.

    Spanish-English dictionary > convertir Algo en un artículo de consumo

  • 9 dada la situación

    Ex. In the circumstances it is not really surprising that such bibliographies of ephemeral materials that do exist are secondary in character.
    * * *

    Ex: In the circumstances it is not really surprising that such bibliographies of ephemeral materials that do exist are secondary in character.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dada la situación

  • 10 dadas las circunstancias

    = in the circumstances, under the circumstances
    Ex. In the circumstances it is not really surprising that such bibliographies of ephemeral materials that do exist are secondary in character.
    Ex. This is an acceptable decision, under the circumstances.
    * * *
    = in the circumstances, under the circumstances

    Ex: In the circumstances it is not really surprising that such bibliographies of ephemeral materials that do exist are secondary in character.

    Ex: This is an acceptable decision, under the circumstances.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dadas las circunstancias

  • 11 dar mayor importancia a

    (v.) = give + pride of place to
    Ex. Much potentially valuable historical material is lost to posterity because of the attitude to the collection of primary sources which always gives pride of place to the ephemeral as long as it is compiled by a well-known figure.
    * * *
    (v.) = give + pride of place to

    Ex: Much potentially valuable historical material is lost to posterity because of the attitude to the collection of primary sources which always gives pride of place to the ephemeral as long as it is compiled by a well-known figure.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar mayor importancia a

  • 12 dar prioridad a

    (v.) = give + pride of place to, place + emphasis on, prioritise [prioritize, -USA]
    Ex. Much potentially valuable historical material is lost to posterity because of the attitude to the collection of primary sources which always gives pride of place to the ephemeral as long as it is compiled by a well-known figure.
    Ex. Particular emphasis is placed on establishing base line turnover rates and examining the relationship of gender to turnover behaviour.
    Ex. The selection, which also takes account of the Corporation's user survey, will prioritise feature, cartoon and puppet films for children.
    * * *
    (v.) = give + pride of place to, place + emphasis on, prioritise [prioritize, -USA]

    Ex: Much potentially valuable historical material is lost to posterity because of the attitude to the collection of primary sources which always gives pride of place to the ephemeral as long as it is compiled by a well-known figure.

    Ex: Particular emphasis is placed on establishing base line turnover rates and examining the relationship of gender to turnover behaviour.
    Ex: The selection, which also takes account of the Corporation's user survey, will prioritise feature, cartoon and puppet films for children.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar prioridad a

  • 13 de hecho

    in fact
    * * *
    = actually, as a matter of fact, as it happened, de facto, in actual fact, in effect, in fact, indeed, in point of fact, in actuality, as it happens, as it is, effectively, for all intents and purposes, to all intents and purposes, for that matter
    Ex. Dr. Richmond actually has had two careers.
    Ex. As a matter of fact, the record of the change is retained in at least the OCLC files and is, I am told, available to libraries.
    Ex. As it happened, the snowfall was moderate and all the rest of us worked all day and got home without difficulty.
    Ex. Will LC, after becoming the de facto national library as a result of the technological innovation of the standard, printed catalog card, be forced to abdicate its role?.
    Ex. Despite carefully framed acquistions policy statements regarding fiction in actual fact libraries allocate only a small percentage of their meagre book funds to fiction.
    Ex. In effect, we'd be suggesting to them we don't have the book.
    Ex. However, one important feature to note about such systems is that many of them do not in fact organise knowledge or retrieve information.
    Ex. Indeed the selection of an indexing approach is crucially dependent upon the way in which the index is to be used.
    Ex. In point of fact, I am well aware that catalogers, as a group, resist with every cell in their bodies any attempt to erode or degrade or compromise the catalog.
    Ex. In actuality every librarian has a different concept of ephemeral materials.
    Ex. As it happens, the way the Library of Congress automated the ISBD was different from the way we did it in Britain.
    Ex. As it is, Berlin's position - not only in Germany, but in the whole Europe and subsequently the world - is changing daily.
    Ex. A financial survey views the net effect of California's Proposition 13 as effectively lowering financial support of libraries by 25%.
    Ex. In the 20th century, the debate about weeding followed, for all intents and purposes, the contours of the controversy surrounding the Quincy Plan.
    Ex. To all intents and purposes he is unaware of its existence.
    Ex. A machine-readable national data base, or for that matter any catalog, should be capable of existing in time.
    * * *
    = actually, as a matter of fact, as it happened, de facto, in actual fact, in effect, in fact, indeed, in point of fact, in actuality, as it happens, as it is, effectively, for all intents and purposes, to all intents and purposes, for that matter

    Ex: Dr. Richmond actually has had two careers.

    Ex: As a matter of fact, the record of the change is retained in at least the OCLC files and is, I am told, available to libraries.
    Ex: As it happened, the snowfall was moderate and all the rest of us worked all day and got home without difficulty.
    Ex: Will LC, after becoming the de facto national library as a result of the technological innovation of the standard, printed catalog card, be forced to abdicate its role?.
    Ex: Despite carefully framed acquistions policy statements regarding fiction in actual fact libraries allocate only a small percentage of their meagre book funds to fiction.
    Ex: In effect, we'd be suggesting to them we don't have the book.
    Ex: However, one important feature to note about such systems is that many of them do not in fact organise knowledge or retrieve information.
    Ex: Indeed the selection of an indexing approach is crucially dependent upon the way in which the index is to be used.
    Ex: In point of fact, I am well aware that catalogers, as a group, resist with every cell in their bodies any attempt to erode or degrade or compromise the catalog.
    Ex: In actuality every librarian has a different concept of ephemeral materials.
    Ex: As it happens, the way the Library of Congress automated the ISBD was different from the way we did it in Britain.
    Ex: As it is, Berlin's position - not only in Germany, but in the whole Europe and subsequently the world - is changing daily.
    Ex: A financial survey views the net effect of California's Proposition 13 as effectively lowering financial support of libraries by 25%.
    Ex: In the 20th century, the debate about weeding followed, for all intents and purposes, the contours of the controversy surrounding the Quincy Plan.
    Ex: To all intents and purposes he is unaware of its existence.
    Ex: A machine-readable national data base, or for that matter any catalog, should be capable of existing in time.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de hecho

  • 14 desbaratar las críticas

    (v.) = disarm + criticism
    Ex. Most commentators on the subject protect themselves by employing the term 'printed ephemera' to describe the field and thus hope to disarm the potential criticism that a manuscript item can also be ephemeral.
    * * *
    (v.) = disarm + criticism

    Ex: Most commentators on the subject protect themselves by employing the term 'printed ephemera' to describe the field and thus hope to disarm the potential criticism that a manuscript item can also be ephemeral.

    Spanish-English dictionary > desbaratar las críticas

  • 15 desear

    v.
    1 to want.
    ¿qué desea? what can I do for you? (en tienda)
    ¿desea algo más? would you like anything else?, is that everything? (en tienda)
    desearía estar allí I wish I was there
    estoy deseando que llegue I can't wait for her to arrive
    dejar mucho/no dejar nada que desear to leave much/nothing to be desired
    es de desear que las negociaciones terminen pronto a quick end to the negotiations would be desirable
    2 to wish.
    te deseo mucha suerte I wish you the best of luck
    me deseó lo mejor/un buen viaje he wished me all the best/a pleasant journey
    3 to desire (sexualmente).
    Quiero paz I want peace.
    4 to wish to, to ache to, to be longing to, to desire to.
    Quiero estudiar I want to study.
    * * *
    1 (querer) to want
    2 (anhelar) to long for, wish for, desire; (para alguien) to wish
    ¿qué desea? can I help you?, what can I do for you?
    3 (sexualmente) to desire
    \
    dejar mucho/bastante que desear to leave a lot to be desired
    es de desear que it is to be hoped that
    * * *
    verb
    2) want
    * * *
    VT
    1) (=anhelar) to want

    no deseo que le pase nada maloI wouldn't want o wish anything bad to happen to him

    dejar bastante o mucho que desear — to leave a lot to be desired

    estar deseando algo, estaba deseando conocerte — I've been looking forward to meeting you

    estoy deseando que esto termine — I'm really looking forward to this finishing, I can't wait for this to finish

    estoy deseando que lleguen las vacaciones — I'm really looking forward to the holidays, I can't wait for o till the holidays

    ser de desear, sería de desear que actualizaran su información — it would be desirable for them to update their information

    2) frm
    a) [en peticiones] to wish

    desearía ver al directorI would like o I wish to see the manager

    b) [en preguntas, sugerencias]

    ¿desearía el señor algún postre? — would Sir like a dessert?, do you wish a dessert?

    ¿qué desean beber? — what would you like to drink?

    ¿desea que le hagamos una factura? — do you wish us to make out an invoice?

    ¿qué desea? — can I help you?

    3) [en fórmulas de cortesía] [+ éxito, suerte] to wish
    4) [sexualmente] to want
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    1) <suerte/éxito> to wish
    2) ( querer)

    lo que más deseo es... — my greatest wish is...

    ¿qué desea? — (frml) can I help you?

    ¿desea el señor algo más? — (frml) would you like anything else, sir?

    desear + inf: el director desea verlo (frml) the director wishes to see you (frml); está deseando verte he's really looking forward to seeing you; desear que + subj: ¿desea que se lo envuelva? (frml) would you like me to wrap it for you?; estoy deseando que llegue el verano I can't wait for summer; estaba deseando que le dijeran que no I was really hoping they'd say no to him; sería de desear que nos avisaran pronto — ideally we would like to know as soon as possible; dejar I 1) a)

    3) < persona> to desire, want
    * * *
    = be keen to, desire, long (for), want, wish, reach out for, crave, lust (for/after/over), yearn, crave for, itch for.
    Ex. Hosts are less keen to standardise, although the EURONET Common Command Language has been adopted by various hosts, and there is some recognition of the potential benefits to the user of greater standardisation.
    Ex. Some types of indexing are appropriate where it is desired to concentrate effort on generating good indexes.
    Ex. After you have chosen a story you long to tell, read it over and over and then analyse it.
    Ex. On other occasions a user wants every document or piece of information on a topic traced, and then high recall must be sought, to the detriment of precision.
    Ex. Step 1 Familiarisation: A searcher must be adequately familiar with that which he wishes to retrieve.
    Ex. If people want regimentation which relieves them of responsibility, how then do you explain parents reaching out for control of schools, disdaining the help of experts.
    Ex. Mayo maintained that workers are motivated by 'togetherness' and crave individual recognition within the group = Mayo mantenía que los trabajadores se motivan por la solidaridad y anhelan el reconocimiento individual dentro del grupo.
    Ex. These two women were Samaria and Jerusalem, lusting after foreigners and foreign ways, and abandoning their god for shallow and ephemeral pleasures.
    Ex. Since time immemorial, people have yearned for an immediate way to capture living moments in a picture.
    Ex. With all of the things that make up our daily grind, we often find ourselves craving for the next getaway, for the next relaxation period.
    Ex. It seems like he's itching for a change but doesn't know exactly the direction or directions to pursue in order to accomplish the change.
    ----
    * dejar bastante que desear = leave + a lot to be desired, leave + much to be desired.
    * dejar mucho que desear = fall (far) short of + ideal, leave + a lot to be desired, leave + much to be desired.
    * dejar que desear = leave + something + to be desired, leave + a bit to be desired.
    * deseando desesperadamente realizarse = crying to come out.
    * desear a Algo o Alguien toda la suerte del mundo = wish + Nombre + every success.
    * desear ardientemente = gag for.
    * desear fuertemente que Algo desaparezca = will + Nombre + away.
    * desearle a Alguien que tenga un buen día = bid + Nombre + good day.
    * desear mucha suerte a Alguien = wish + Nombre + the (very) best of luck.
    * desear suerte = cross + Posesivo + fingers.
    * desear suerte a Alguien = wish + Nombre + luck.
    * desear vivamente = be eager to.
    * despedirse de Alguien deseándole que todo vaya bien = wish + well.
    * que desee(n) = of + Posesivo + choice, of + Posesivo + choosing.
    * según se desee = at will.
    * si así lo desean = should they so wish.
    * sin desearlo = unwantedly.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    1) <suerte/éxito> to wish
    2) ( querer)

    lo que más deseo es... — my greatest wish is...

    ¿qué desea? — (frml) can I help you?

    ¿desea el señor algo más? — (frml) would you like anything else, sir?

    desear + inf: el director desea verlo (frml) the director wishes to see you (frml); está deseando verte he's really looking forward to seeing you; desear que + subj: ¿desea que se lo envuelva? (frml) would you like me to wrap it for you?; estoy deseando que llegue el verano I can't wait for summer; estaba deseando que le dijeran que no I was really hoping they'd say no to him; sería de desear que nos avisaran pronto — ideally we would like to know as soon as possible; dejar I 1) a)

    3) < persona> to desire, want
    * * *
    = be keen to, desire, long (for), want, wish, reach out for, crave, lust (for/after/over), yearn, crave for, itch for.

    Ex: Hosts are less keen to standardise, although the EURONET Common Command Language has been adopted by various hosts, and there is some recognition of the potential benefits to the user of greater standardisation.

    Ex: Some types of indexing are appropriate where it is desired to concentrate effort on generating good indexes.
    Ex: After you have chosen a story you long to tell, read it over and over and then analyse it.
    Ex: On other occasions a user wants every document or piece of information on a topic traced, and then high recall must be sought, to the detriment of precision.
    Ex: Step 1 Familiarisation: A searcher must be adequately familiar with that which he wishes to retrieve.
    Ex: If people want regimentation which relieves them of responsibility, how then do you explain parents reaching out for control of schools, disdaining the help of experts.
    Ex: Mayo maintained that workers are motivated by 'togetherness' and crave individual recognition within the group = Mayo mantenía que los trabajadores se motivan por la solidaridad y anhelan el reconocimiento individual dentro del grupo.
    Ex: These two women were Samaria and Jerusalem, lusting after foreigners and foreign ways, and abandoning their god for shallow and ephemeral pleasures.
    Ex: Since time immemorial, people have yearned for an immediate way to capture living moments in a picture.
    Ex: With all of the things that make up our daily grind, we often find ourselves craving for the next getaway, for the next relaxation period.
    Ex: It seems like he's itching for a change but doesn't know exactly the direction or directions to pursue in order to accomplish the change.
    * dejar bastante que desear = leave + a lot to be desired, leave + much to be desired.
    * dejar mucho que desear = fall (far) short of + ideal, leave + a lot to be desired, leave + much to be desired.
    * dejar que desear = leave + something + to be desired, leave + a bit to be desired.
    * deseando desesperadamente realizarse = crying to come out.
    * desear a Algo o Alguien toda la suerte del mundo = wish + Nombre + every success.
    * desear ardientemente = gag for.
    * desear fuertemente que Algo desaparezca = will + Nombre + away.
    * desearle a Alguien que tenga un buen día = bid + Nombre + good day.
    * desear mucha suerte a Alguien = wish + Nombre + the (very) best of luck.
    * desear suerte = cross + Posesivo + fingers.
    * desear suerte a Alguien = wish + Nombre + luck.
    * desear vivamente = be eager to.
    * despedirse de Alguien deseándole que todo vaya bien = wish + well.
    * que desee(n) = of + Posesivo + choice, of + Posesivo + choosing.
    * según se desee = at will.
    * si así lo desean = should they so wish.
    * sin desearlo = unwantedly.

    * * *
    desear [A1 ]
    vt
    A ‹suerte/éxito/felicidad› to wish
    llamó para desearme suerte he called to wish me good luck
    te deseo un feliz viaje I hope you have a good trip
    te deseamos mucha felicidad we wish you every happiness
    B
    (querer): no se puede desear un novio mejor you couldn't wish for a better boyfriend
    un embarazo no deseado an unwanted pregnancy
    por fin podrá disfrutar de esas tan deseadas vacaciones at last you can really enjoy those long-awaited holidays
    lo que más deseo es volver a ver a mi hijo my greatest wish is to see my son again
    esa moto que tanto había deseado that motorcycle he had wanted so much o he had so longed for
    ¿qué desea? ( frml); can I help you?, what would you like?
    ¿desea el señor algo más? ( frml); would you like anything else, sir?
    se lo podemos enviar si así lo desea we can send it to you if you (so) wish ( frml)
    desearía una contestación antes del lunes I would o ( BrE frml) should like a reply before Monday
    desear + INF:
    el director desea verlo en su despacho ( frml); the director would like o ( frml) wishes to see you in his office
    ¿desea la señora ver otro modelo? ( frml); would you like me to show you another style, madam?
    desearía expresar mi satisfacción ( frml); I would o ( BrE frml) should like to express my satisfaction
    está deseando verte he's really looking forward to seeing you, he's dying to see you ( colloq)
    desear QUE + SUBJ:
    no deseamos que la situación llegue a tal extremo ( frml); we would not wish the situation to reach that point ( frml)
    ¿desea el señor que se lo envuelva? ( frml); would you like me to wrap it for you, sir?
    desearía que me diera su respuesta esta semana ( frml); I would o ( BrE frml) should like to have your reply this week
    estoy deseando que llegue el verano I can't wait for o I'm longing for summer
    estaba deseando que le dijeran que no I was really hoping they'd say no to him
    dejar mucho que desear to leave a lot to be desired
    su rendimiento deja mucho que desear his performance leaves a lot to be desired
    vérselas y deseárselas to have a hard time (of it)
    C ‹persona› to desire, want
    no desearás a la mujer del prójimo ( Bib) thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's wife
    * * *

     

    desear ( conjugate desear) verbo transitivo
    1suerte/éxito/felicidad to wish;

    2 ( querer):

    las tan deseadas vacaciones the long-awaited holidays;
    lo que más deseo es … my greatest wish is …;
    si tú lo deseas if you want to;
    desearía una respuesta ahora I would like a reply now;
    está deseando verte he's really looking forward to seeing you;
    ¿desea que se lo envuelva? (frml) would you like me to wrap it for you?
    3 persona to desire, want
    desear verbo transitivo
    1 (anhelar, querer con intensidad) to desire: estoy deseando verte, I'm looking forward to seeing you
    te deseo lo mejor, I wish you all the best
    (suerte, felicidad, etc) to wish: os deseo unas felices vacaciones, have a good holiday
    2 (sexualmente) to desire, want
    3 frml (querer) to want: ¿desea usted algo, caballero?, can I help you, Sir?
    deseo ver al director, I would like to see the manager
    ♦ Locuciones: deja mucho/bastante que desear, it leaves a lot to be desired
    ' desear' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    apetecer
    - dejar
    - esperar
    - rezar
    - soñar
    - suspirar
    - aspirar
    - bastante
    English:
    desire
    - lust
    - want
    - will
    - wish
    * * *
    desear vt
    1. [querer] to want;
    [anhelar] to wish;
    siempre he deseado visitar Australia I've always wanted to go to Australia;
    desearía estar allí I wish I was there;
    por fin, la bici que tanto había deseado at last, the bicycle I'd wanted so much;
    desearía agradecerle su apoyo I would like to thank you for your help;
    si desea mayor información, llame al 900 1234 if you would like more information, please ring 900 1234;
    desearíamos que nos informara sobre su disponibilidad we would be grateful if you could inform us whether or not you would be available;
    en nuestra empresa deseamos ofrecer lo mejor a nuestros clientes in our company we want to offer our clients the best;
    ¿qué desea? [en tienda] what can I do for you?;
    ¿desea algo más? [en tienda] would you like anything else?, is that everything?;
    ¿desea que le enseñe más modelos? [en tienda] would you like me to show you some other models?;
    si lo desea, se lo enviamos a su domicilio if you wish, we will deliver it to your home;
    aquí estamos para lo que desee [a cliente] we are at your entire disposal;
    estar deseando hacer algo to be looking forward to doing sth;
    estaba deseando salir de allí I couldn't wait to get out of there;
    estoy deseando que lleguen las vacaciones I'm really looking forward to the holidays;
    ¿te hace ilusión lo de ir en barco? – ¡estoy deseando! are you looking forward to going by boat? – you bet I am! o am I ever!;
    ser de desear to be desirable;
    es de desear que las negociaciones terminen pronto a quick end to the negotiations would be desirable;
    dejar mucho/no dejar nada que desear to leave much/nothing to be desired
    2. [felicidad, éxito, parabienes] to wish;
    desear algo a alguien to wish sb sth;
    te deseo mucha suerte I wish you the best of luck;
    ¡deséame suerte! wish me luck!;
    me deseó lo mejor/un buen viaje he wished me all the best/a pleasant journey;
    me deseó buenas noches he said goodnight (to me);
    todos deseamos que te mejores pronto we all wish you a speedy recovery
    3. [sexualmente] to desire;
    te deseo, no puedo vivir sin ti I want you, I can't live without you;
    no desearás a la mujer de tu prójimo thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's wife
    * * *
    v/t
    1 wish for; suerte etc wish
    2
    :
    ¿qué desea? what would you like?;
    ¿desea algo más? would you like anything else?
    * * *
    desear vt
    1) : to wish
    te deseo buena suerte: I wish you good luck
    2) querer: to want, to desire
    * * *
    desear vb
    2. (querer) to want
    estoy deseando irme de vacaciones I can't wait to go on holiday / I'm really looking forward to going on holiday

    Spanish-English dictionary > desear

  • 16 destacar la importancia de

    (v.) = stress + the importance of, emphasise + the importance of, highlight + the importance of
    Ex. George Cunha stressed the importance of having a written disaster plan ahead of time and that replacement was generally cheaper than recovery.
    Ex. This article emphasises the importance of stamp collecting as a hobby in the survival of these essentially ephemeral items = Este artículo destaca la importancia de la filatelia como una afición para la supervivencia de este material esencialmente efímeros.
    Ex. New studies highlight the importance of bowel prep and effectiveness of colonoscopy.
    * * *
    (v.) = stress + the importance of, emphasise + the importance of, highlight + the importance of

    Ex: George Cunha stressed the importance of having a written disaster plan ahead of time and that replacement was generally cheaper than recovery.

    Ex: This article emphasises the importance of stamp collecting as a hobby in the survival of these essentially ephemeral items = Este artículo destaca la importancia de la filatelia como una afición para la supervivencia de este material esencialmente efímeros.
    Ex: New studies highlight the importance of bowel prep and effectiveness of colonoscopy.

    Spanish-English dictionary > destacar la importancia de

  • 17 efímero

    adj.
    1 short-lived, fleeting, brief, fly-by-night.
    2 liable to disappear.
    * * *
    1 ephemeral, brief
    * * *
    (f. - efímera)
    adj.
    ephemeral, short-lived
    * * *
    * * *
    - ra adjetivo ephemeral
    * * *
    = ephemeral, fleeting, volatile, evanescent, short-lived [shortlived], transient, vanishing.
    Ex. Some books had to be rebound, some discarded and replaced on microfilm, and others, of ephemeral interest, received typed paper labels covered with Mylar tape.
    Ex. From time to time librarians do catch a fleeting glimpse of how others see them when some journalist or academic does articulate this widespread phobia.
    Ex. The market is relatively volatile and changes are to be expected.
    Ex. The flamboyance of the earliest modern face proved evanescent, and it was a restrained interpretation of the design, combining elements of both the English and the French modern faces, that prevailed.
    Ex. Many centres were short-lived, so the picture was always in a state of flux.
    Ex. The suppliers of this circulation system recommend that the readers are given numbers and names only, since it will not be cost-effective to store full addresses, particularly with a relatively transient population such as that of a university.
    Ex. Librarians have a great role to play in the systematic collection of such material which constitutes a rich but vanishing source for the study of Nigeria's history.
    ----
    * documentación efímera = fugitive literature.
    * material efímero = ephemera, ephemeral, fugitive material.
    * no efímero = non-volatile [nonvolatile].
    * trabajo de impresión de material efímero = ephemeral jobbing.
    * trabajos de impresión de material efímero = jobbing work.
    * * *
    - ra adjetivo ephemeral
    * * *
    = ephemeral, fleeting, volatile, evanescent, short-lived [shortlived], transient, vanishing.

    Ex: Some books had to be rebound, some discarded and replaced on microfilm, and others, of ephemeral interest, received typed paper labels covered with Mylar tape.

    Ex: From time to time librarians do catch a fleeting glimpse of how others see them when some journalist or academic does articulate this widespread phobia.
    Ex: The market is relatively volatile and changes are to be expected.
    Ex: The flamboyance of the earliest modern face proved evanescent, and it was a restrained interpretation of the design, combining elements of both the English and the French modern faces, that prevailed.
    Ex: Many centres were short-lived, so the picture was always in a state of flux.
    Ex: The suppliers of this circulation system recommend that the readers are given numbers and names only, since it will not be cost-effective to store full addresses, particularly with a relatively transient population such as that of a university.
    Ex: Librarians have a great role to play in the systematic collection of such material which constitutes a rich but vanishing source for the study of Nigeria's history.
    * documentación efímera = fugitive literature.
    * material efímero = ephemera, ephemeral, fugitive material.
    * no efímero = non-volatile [nonvolatile].
    * trabajo de impresión de material efímero = ephemeral jobbing.
    * trabajos de impresión de material efímero = jobbing work.

    * * *
    ephemeral
    * * *

    efímero
    ◊ -ra adjetivo

    ephemeral
    efímero,-a adjetivo ephemeral

    ' efímero' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    efímera
    - transitorio
    English:
    ephemeral
    - fleeting
    - short-lived
    - short
    * * *
    efímero, -a adj
    ephemeral
    * * *
    adj ephemeral, short-lived
    * * *
    efímero, -ra adj
    : ephemeral

    Spanish-English dictionary > efímero

  • 18 en realidad

    actually, in fact
    * * *
    = actually, as a matter of fact, in fact, in reality, in truth, to all intents and purposes, in point of fact, in actuality, in a very real sense, in actual practice, in actual fact, for all intents and purposes, for that matter, if the truth be known, if the truth be told, in all truth, in all reality
    Ex. Dr. Richmond actually has had two careers.
    Ex. As a matter of fact, the record of the change is retained in at least the OCLC files and is, I am told, available to libraries.
    Ex. However, one important feature to note about such systems is that many of them do not in fact organise knowledge or retrieve information.
    Ex. In reality the extent of integration for catalogue entries for different media depends on administrative considerations, such as which section of the library is responsible for the compilation of catalogues for the various media.
    Ex. But why had he said he offered to do the work for the superintendent when in truth she had initiated the request?.
    Ex. To all intents and purposes he is unaware of its existence.
    Ex. In point of fact, I am well aware that catalogers, as a group, resist with every cell in their bodies any attempt to erode or degrade or compromise the catalog.
    Ex. In actuality every librarian has a different concept of ephemeral materials.
    Ex. In a very real sense, library administration is only an extension of public administration.
    Ex. The supervisor in actual practice receives information not only from subordinates, but from superiors and from external sources.
    Ex. Despite carefully framed acquistions policy statements regarding fiction in actual fact libraries allocate only a small percentage of their meagre book funds to fiction.
    Ex. In the 20th century, the debate about weeding followed, for all intents and purposes, the contours of the controversy surrounding the Quincy Plan.
    Ex. A machine-readable national data base, or for that matter any catalog, should be capable of existing in time.
    Ex. If the truth be known, most successes are built on a multitude of failures.
    Ex. If the truth be told, both sides of the political spectrum suffer from those who operate on emotions rather than logic.
    Ex. In all truth, it must be said that this howling, hissing, foot-scraping body of young rapscallions found some cause for complaint.
    Ex. In all reality, the power now lies with serious buyers who know they have more room to negotiate when making offers.
    * * *
    = actually, as a matter of fact, in fact, in reality, in truth, to all intents and purposes, in point of fact, in actuality, in a very real sense, in actual practice, in actual fact, for all intents and purposes, for that matter, if the truth be known, if the truth be told, in all truth, in all reality

    Ex: Dr. Richmond actually has had two careers.

    Ex: As a matter of fact, the record of the change is retained in at least the OCLC files and is, I am told, available to libraries.
    Ex: However, one important feature to note about such systems is that many of them do not in fact organise knowledge or retrieve information.
    Ex: In reality the extent of integration for catalogue entries for different media depends on administrative considerations, such as which section of the library is responsible for the compilation of catalogues for the various media.
    Ex: But why had he said he offered to do the work for the superintendent when in truth she had initiated the request?.
    Ex: To all intents and purposes he is unaware of its existence.
    Ex: In point of fact, I am well aware that catalogers, as a group, resist with every cell in their bodies any attempt to erode or degrade or compromise the catalog.
    Ex: In actuality every librarian has a different concept of ephemeral materials.
    Ex: In a very real sense, library administration is only an extension of public administration.
    Ex: The supervisor in actual practice receives information not only from subordinates, but from superiors and from external sources.
    Ex: Despite carefully framed acquistions policy statements regarding fiction in actual fact libraries allocate only a small percentage of their meagre book funds to fiction.
    Ex: In the 20th century, the debate about weeding followed, for all intents and purposes, the contours of the controversy surrounding the Quincy Plan.
    Ex: A machine-readable national data base, or for that matter any catalog, should be capable of existing in time.
    Ex: If the truth be known, most successes are built on a multitude of failures.
    Ex: If the truth be told, both sides of the political spectrum suffer from those who operate on emotions rather than logic.
    Ex: In all truth, it must be said that this howling, hissing, foot-scraping body of young rapscallions found some cause for complaint.
    Ex: In all reality, the power now lies with serious buyers who know they have more room to negotiate when making offers.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en realidad

  • 19 fichero

    m.
    1 file (gen) & (computing).
    2 card index, card catalogue, card file, card catalog.
    3 card-catalog.
    * * *
    1 (archivo) card index
    2 (mueble) filing cabinet, file
    3 INFORMÁTICA file
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=archivo) card index
    2) (=mueble) filing cabinet
    3) [de policía] records pl

    fichero fotográfico de delincuentes — photographic records of criminals, rogues' gallery * hum

    4) (Inform) file
    * * *
    1)
    a) ( mueble - para carpetas) filing cabinet; (- para tarjetas) card index cabinet
    b) ( cajón - de carpetas) filing draw; (- para tarjetas) card index draw
    c) ( caja) index card file (AmE), card index box (BrE)
    2) (Inf) file
    * * *
    = card file, catalogue case, data file, file, index file.
    Ex. Here again, Sharp's SLIC indexing procedure provides a solution though one that is prohibitively expensive for a conventional card file.
    Ex. You know many libraries have had telephone jacks at the end of the catalog cases and reference people were running around, except they didn't do it very much.
    Ex. In the absence of sufficient staff to mount a supervised programme of microcomputer instructions, the library used existing, inexpensive, menu-making software to develop menu-driven, self-instructing access to disc operating commands, applications programs, and data files.
    Ex. Information is held in files or databases, which are comprised of records, which in turn are comprised of fields or data items, which again may be comprised of subfields or data elements.
    Ex. This library service includes bright wall displays, pamphlets on open racks, availability of lists and directories, access to index files of local information, clear guiding on shelves and cabinet files, and the re-packaging of complex or ephemeral material.
    ----
    * adjuntar ficheros = file attachment.
    * búsqueda a través de ficheros de identificación documental = signature-based search.
    * búsqueda cruzada de ficheros = cross-file searching.
    * búsqueda de varios ficheros a la vez = multi-file searching.
    * búsqueda en múltiples ficheros = cross-file searching.
    * captura de ficheros de audio = audio capture.
    * captura de ficheros de vídeo = video capture.
    * comprimir un fichero = zip + file.
    * copiar un fichero = load + file.
    * depurar un fichero = clean up + file.
    * descomprimir un fichero = unzip + file.
    * diseño de ficheros = file design.
    * en varios ficheros = cross-file [crossfile].
    * estructura de ficheros = file design.
    * extensión del nombre del fichero = file name extension.
    * fichero adjunto = file attachment, attachment, email attachment.
    * fichero alfabético = alphabetical file.
    * fichero automatizado = machine file, computer-based file.
    * fichero binario = binary file.
    * fichero central = master file.
    * fichero comprimido = zip file.
    * fichero con estructura de red = networked file.
    * fichero de acceso aleatorio = random access file.
    * fichero de adquisiciones = acquisition(s) file.
    * fichero de autoridades = authority file.
    * fichero de autoridades de nombres = name authority file.
    * fichero de catalogación en curso = in-process cataloguing file.
    * fichero de circulación = circulation file.
    * fichero de control de publicaciones periódicas = periodicals file [periodical file], periodical holdings file.
    * fichero de cuentas = accounting file.
    * fichero de direcciones = addresses file.
    * fichero de ejecución por lotes = batch file.
    * fichero de entrada = incoming file.
    * fichero de existencias del sistema = system holdings file.
    * fichero de identificaciones documentales = signature file.
    * fichero de imágenes = graphic file, image file.
    * Fichero de Información del Proceso de Automatización (APIF) = APIF (Automated Process Information File).
    * fichero de lectores = registration file.
    * fichero de materias = descriptor file.
    * fichero de ocurrencias = postings file.
    * fichero de operaciones realizadas = transaction file.
    * fichero de pedidos = on-order file, order file.
    * fichero de préstamo = circulation file.
    * fichero de punto de acceso = access-point file.
    * fichero de recursos humanos = resource file.
    * fichero de registro de transacciones = log, service log, computer log, server log.
    * fichero de registro por documento = item record file.
    * fichero de registro por término = term record file.
    * fichero de salida = outgoing file.
    * fichero de salida de datos = communication output file.
    * fichero de sonido = audio file, sound file.
    * fichero de sonido simultáneo = streaming audio.
    * fichero de texto = text file.
    * fichero de usuarios del sistema = system user file.
    * fichero de vídeo = video file.
    * fichero en disco = disc file.
    * fichero invertido = inverted file.
    * fichero jerárquico = hierarchical file.
    * fichero manual = manual file.
    * fichero matriz = master file.
    * fichero ordenado por materias = subject file.
    * fichero plano = flat file.
    * fichero relacional = relational file.
    * fichero retrospectivo = backfile [back file].
    * fichero sistemático = systematic file.
    * fichero topográfico local = local copy file.
    * fichero viejo = backfile [back file].
    * guardar los resultados de una búsqueda en un fichero = store + search results + in disc file.
    * inclusión de ficheros = file attachment.
    * menú de Seleccione un Fichero = Select a File menu.
    * nombre de fichero = filename.
    * programa de análisis de ficheros de transacciones = log analysis software.
    * servidor de ficheros = server computer, file server.
    * subfichero = subfile.
    * transferencia de ficheros = file transfer.
    * * *
    1)
    a) ( mueble - para carpetas) filing cabinet; (- para tarjetas) card index cabinet
    b) ( cajón - de carpetas) filing draw; (- para tarjetas) card index draw
    c) ( caja) index card file (AmE), card index box (BrE)
    2) (Inf) file
    * * *
    = card file, catalogue case, data file, file, index file.

    Ex: Here again, Sharp's SLIC indexing procedure provides a solution though one that is prohibitively expensive for a conventional card file.

    Ex: You know many libraries have had telephone jacks at the end of the catalog cases and reference people were running around, except they didn't do it very much.
    Ex: In the absence of sufficient staff to mount a supervised programme of microcomputer instructions, the library used existing, inexpensive, menu-making software to develop menu-driven, self-instructing access to disc operating commands, applications programs, and data files.
    Ex: Information is held in files or databases, which are comprised of records, which in turn are comprised of fields or data items, which again may be comprised of subfields or data elements.
    Ex: This library service includes bright wall displays, pamphlets on open racks, availability of lists and directories, access to index files of local information, clear guiding on shelves and cabinet files, and the re-packaging of complex or ephemeral material.
    * adjuntar ficheros = file attachment.
    * búsqueda a través de ficheros de identificación documental = signature-based search.
    * búsqueda cruzada de ficheros = cross-file searching.
    * búsqueda de varios ficheros a la vez = multi-file searching.
    * búsqueda en múltiples ficheros = cross-file searching.
    * captura de ficheros de audio = audio capture.
    * captura de ficheros de vídeo = video capture.
    * comprimir un fichero = zip + file.
    * copiar un fichero = load + file.
    * depurar un fichero = clean up + file.
    * descomprimir un fichero = unzip + file.
    * diseño de ficheros = file design.
    * en varios ficheros = cross-file [crossfile].
    * estructura de ficheros = file design.
    * extensión del nombre del fichero = file name extension.
    * fichero adjunto = file attachment, attachment, email attachment.
    * fichero alfabético = alphabetical file.
    * fichero automatizado = machine file, computer-based file.
    * fichero binario = binary file.
    * fichero central = master file.
    * fichero comprimido = zip file.
    * fichero con estructura de red = networked file.
    * fichero de acceso aleatorio = random access file.
    * fichero de adquisiciones = acquisition(s) file.
    * fichero de autoridades = authority file.
    * fichero de autoridades de nombres = name authority file.
    * fichero de catalogación en curso = in-process cataloguing file.
    * fichero de circulación = circulation file.
    * fichero de control de publicaciones periódicas = periodicals file [periodical file], periodical holdings file.
    * fichero de cuentas = accounting file.
    * fichero de direcciones = addresses file.
    * fichero de ejecución por lotes = batch file.
    * fichero de entrada = incoming file.
    * fichero de existencias del sistema = system holdings file.
    * fichero de identificaciones documentales = signature file.
    * fichero de imágenes = graphic file, image file.
    * Fichero de Información del Proceso de Automatización (APIF) = APIF (Automated Process Information File).
    * fichero de lectores = registration file.
    * fichero de materias = descriptor file.
    * fichero de ocurrencias = postings file.
    * fichero de operaciones realizadas = transaction file.
    * fichero de pedidos = on-order file, order file.
    * fichero de préstamo = circulation file.
    * fichero de punto de acceso = access-point file.
    * fichero de recursos humanos = resource file.
    * fichero de registro de transacciones = log, service log, computer log, server log.
    * fichero de registro por documento = item record file.
    * fichero de registro por término = term record file.
    * fichero de salida = outgoing file.
    * fichero de salida de datos = communication output file.
    * fichero de sonido = audio file, sound file.
    * fichero de sonido simultáneo = streaming audio.
    * fichero de texto = text file.
    * fichero de usuarios del sistema = system user file.
    * fichero de vídeo = video file.
    * fichero en disco = disc file.
    * fichero invertido = inverted file.
    * fichero jerárquico = hierarchical file.
    * fichero manual = manual file.
    * fichero matriz = master file.
    * fichero ordenado por materias = subject file.
    * fichero plano = flat file.
    * fichero relacional = relational file.
    * fichero retrospectivo = backfile [back file].
    * fichero sistemático = systematic file.
    * fichero topográfico local = local copy file.
    * fichero viejo = backfile [back file].
    * guardar los resultados de una búsqueda en un fichero = store + search results + in disc file.
    * inclusión de ficheros = file attachment.
    * menú de Seleccione un Fichero = Select a File menu.
    * nombre de fichero = filename.
    * programa de análisis de ficheros de transacciones = log analysis software.
    * servidor de ficheros = server computer, file server.
    * subfichero = subfile.
    * transferencia de ficheros = file transfer.

    * * *
    A
    1 (mueble) filing cabinet
    2 (cajón) card index cabinet
    3 (caja) index card file ( AmE), card index box ( BrE)
    B ( Inf) file
    Compuestos:
    archive file
    ( Inf, Ling) authority file
    fichero de datos/reserva
    data/back-up file
    work file
    index file
    master file
    zip file
    * * *

    fichero sustantivo masculino


    (— para tarjetas) card index draw


    (Inf) file
    fichero sustantivo masculino card index
    ' fichero' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    alfabetizar
    - ficha
    English:
    card index
    - file
    - file name
    - card
    * * *
    1. [conjunto de fichas] file
    2. [mueble] filing cabinet;
    [cajón] filing cabinet drawer; [caja] card index box
    3. Informát file
    fichero por lotes batch file;
    fichero MP3 MP3 file
    * * *
    m
    1 file cabinet, Br
    filing cabinet
    2 INFOR file
    * * *
    1) : card file
    2) : filing cabinet
    * * *
    1. (mueble) filing cabinet
    2. (caja) card index [pl. indexes]
    3. (archivo) file

    Spanish-English dictionary > fichero

  • 20 figura2

    2 = figure, outstanding leader.
    Ex. Much potentially valuable historical material is lost to posterity because of the attitude to the collection of primary sources which always gives pride of place to the ephemeral as long as it is compiled by a well-known figure.
    Ex. The introductions to the chapters are by outstanding leaders in their fields who provide inside information about the nature of the work.
    ----
    * con figuras en movimiento = animated.
    * figura de culto = cult figure, cult hero.
    * figura destacada = leading figure.
    * figura histórica = historical figure.
    * figura materna = mother figure.
    * figura mediadora = mediating figure.
    * figura paterna = father figure, parental figure.
    * figura política = political figure.
    * figura prominente = outstanding leader.
    * figura venida a menos = fallen star.

    Spanish-English dictionary > figura2

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