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  • 241 por así decir

    Ex. Putting books on show is a way of making recommendations by, as it were, remote control.
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    Ex: Putting books on show is a way of making recommendations by, as it were, remote control.

    Spanish-English dictionary > por así decir

  • 242 por decirlo así

    = so to speak, in a manner of speaking
    Ex. It has long and effectively been used by many map librarians who felt that in their particular collections of maps the book and the work, so to speak, might be said to coincide, and that the considerations of authorship, editions, translations, and related works were largely negligible.
    Ex. Now, let me express to you, you have, in a manner of speaking, created quite a tangled ball of yarn in this situation.
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    = so to speak, in a manner of speaking

    Ex: It has long and effectively been used by many map librarians who felt that in their particular collections of maps the book and the work, so to speak, might be said to coincide, and that the considerations of authorship, editions, translations, and related works were largely negligible.

    Ex: Now, let me express to you, you have, in a manner of speaking, created quite a tangled ball of yarn in this situation.

    Spanish-English dictionary > por decirlo así

  • 243 seguir así

    (v.) = keep + it up, keep up + the good work, keep up + the great work
    Ex. Please keep it up and to all who are true patriots, like Ave, spread the word.
    Ex. Keep up the good work on protecting the integrity of voting and the electoral system.
    Ex. Keep up the great work and keep the ideas coming!.
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    (v.) = keep + it up, keep up + the good work, keep up + the great work

    Ex: Please keep it up and to all who are true patriots, like Ave, spread the word.

    Ex: Keep up the good work on protecting the integrity of voting and the electoral system.
    Ex: Keep up the great work and keep the ideas coming!.

    Spanish-English dictionary > seguir así

  • 244 seguir haciéndolo así

    (v.) = keep up + the good work
    Ex. They played hard and kept up the good work to come out and prevail in the end.
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    (v.) = keep up + the good work

    Ex: They played hard and kept up the good work to come out and prevail in the end.

    Spanish-English dictionary > seguir haciéndolo así

  • 245 seguir trabajando así

    (v.) = keep up + the good work
    Ex. They played hard and kept up the good work to come out and prevail in the end.
    * * *
    (v.) = keep up + the good work

    Ex: They played hard and kept up the good work to come out and prevail in the end.

    Spanish-English dictionary > seguir trabajando así

  • 246 ser así

    v.
    to be that way.
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    (v.) = be the case (with), be just like that
    Ex. This has been the case with newspapers which suddenly find that their audiences are both growing older and dwindling in size and they are facing great difficulty appealing to the new electronic generation.
    Ex. And legends and fairy tales are just like that.
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    (v.) = be the case (with), be just like that

    Ex: This has been the case with newspapers which suddenly find that their audiences are both growing older and dwindling in size and they are facing great difficulty appealing to the new electronic generation.

    Ex: And legends and fairy tales are just like that.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ser así

  • 247 ser dejado en la obligación de Uno

    (v.) = be derelict in + duty
    Ex. I think a person would be derelict in his or her duty not to forewarn someone about a problem.
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    (v.) = be derelict in + duty

    Ex: I think a person would be derelict in his or her duty not to forewarn someone about a problem.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ser dejado en la obligación de Uno

  • 248 si así lo desean

    = should they so wish, should they so wish
    Ex. The contributions are by some of Harvard's 135 current scholars, who have access to the library's 3.5 million volumes at any hour of the day or night, should they so wish.
    Ex. The contributions are by some of Harvard's 135 current scholars, who have access to the library's 3.5 million volumes at any hour of the day or night, should they so wish.
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    = should they so wish, should they so wish

    Ex: The contributions are by some of Harvard's 135 current scholars, who have access to the library's 3.5 million volumes at any hour of the day or night, should they so wish.

    Ex: The contributions are by some of Harvard's 135 current scholars, who have access to the library's 3.5 million volumes at any hour of the day or night, should they so wish.

    Spanish-English dictionary > si así lo desean

  • 249 si así lo prefieres

    Ex. That is a kind of, I would submit, bibliothecal arrogance on our part, a kind of intellectual elitism, if you will.
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    Ex: That is a kind of, I would submit, bibliothecal arrogance on our part, a kind of intellectual elitism, if you will.

    Spanish-English dictionary > si así lo prefieres

  • 250 si sigue así

    Ex. At this rate, Bryant has a chance to become the greatest scorer the NBA has ever seen.
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    Ex: At this rate, Bryant has a chance to become the greatest scorer the NBA has ever seen.

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  • 251 tanto es así que

    Ex. The number of circuits which can be stored on a single chip has increased rapidly over the last few years, so much so that there are now a number of degrees of integration.
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    Ex: The number of circuits which can be stored on a single chip has increased rapidly over the last few years, so much so that there are now a number of degrees of integration.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tanto es así que

  • 252 terminal tonto

    Ex. Microcomputers with communications software are replacing the older dumb terminals for remote access to on-line data bases.
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    Ex: Microcomputers with communications software are replacing the older dumb terminals for remote access to on-line data bases.

    Spanish-English dictionary > terminal tonto

  • 253 tonto de capirote

    prize idiot, utter fool
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    (n.) = blockhead, prize idiot
    Ex. They'd all call him blockhead, the ribbing was endless.
    Ex. Everyone has natural apprehension about doing something new since you' re never sure if you're going to end up looking a prize idiot.
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    prize idiot, utter fool
    * * *
    (n.) = blockhead, prize idiot

    Ex: They'd all call him blockhead, the ribbing was endless.

    Ex: Everyone has natural apprehension about doing something new since you' re never sure if you're going to end up looking a prize idiot.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tonto de capirote

  • 254 tonto de marca mayor

    (n.) = prize idiot
    Ex. Everyone has natural apprehension about doing something new since you' re never sure if you're going to end up looking a prize idiot.
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    Ex: Everyone has natural apprehension about doing something new since you' re never sure if you're going to end up looking a prize idiot.

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  • 255 tonto de remate

    (n.) = as daft as a brush, as thick as two (short) planks, prize idiot, knucklehead
    Ex. His colleagues would say he's as daft as a brush, has bags of energy and enthusiasm but gets the job done.
    Ex. Ashdown, for example, is an out'and'out Nazi, while Menzies'Campbell, who is supposed to be their expert on foreign affairs, is as thick as two planks.
    Ex. Everyone has natural apprehension about doing something new since you' re never sure if you're going to end up looking a prize idiot.
    Ex. It takes more courage to say no and stand up for what's right and is best for them, than it does to cave in to knuckleheads like you two.
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    (n.) = as daft as a brush, as thick as two (short) planks, prize idiot, knucklehead

    Ex: His colleagues would say he's as daft as a brush, has bags of energy and enthusiasm but gets the job done.

    Ex: Ashdown, for example, is an out'and'out Nazi, while Menzies'Campbell, who is supposed to be their expert on foreign affairs, is as thick as two planks.
    Ex: Everyone has natural apprehension about doing something new since you' re never sure if you're going to end up looking a prize idiot.
    Ex: It takes more courage to say no and stand up for what's right and is best for them, than it does to cave in to knuckleheads like you two.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tonto de remate

  • 256 tonto del bote

    (n.) = as thick as a brick, as thick as two (short) planks, as daft as a brush, bonehead, birdbrain, knucklehead
    Ex. Her husband is still as thick as a brick and he still thinks he's been the model husband but Rome wasn't built in a day.
    Ex. Ashdown, for example, is an out'and'out Nazi, while Menzies'Campbell, who is supposed to be their expert on foreign affairs, is as thick as two planks.
    Ex. His colleagues would say he's as daft as a brush, has bags of energy and enthusiasm but gets the job done.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Field Research for Boneheads: From Naivete to Insight on the Green Tortoise'.
    Ex. I am thinking humans can be such birdbrains when it comes to communication.
    Ex. It takes more courage to say no and stand up for what's right and is best for them, than it does to cave in to knuckleheads like you two.
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    (n.) = as thick as a brick, as thick as two (short) planks, as daft as a brush, bonehead, birdbrain, knucklehead

    Ex: Her husband is still as thick as a brick and he still thinks he's been the model husband but Rome wasn't built in a day.

    Ex: Ashdown, for example, is an out'and'out Nazi, while Menzies'Campbell, who is supposed to be their expert on foreign affairs, is as thick as two planks.
    Ex: His colleagues would say he's as daft as a brush, has bags of energy and enthusiasm but gets the job done.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'Field Research for Boneheads: From Naivete to Insight on the Green Tortoise'.
    Ex: I am thinking humans can be such birdbrains when it comes to communication.
    Ex: It takes more courage to say no and stand up for what's right and is best for them, than it does to cave in to knuckleheads like you two.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tonto del bote

  • 257 tonto del bote, tonto de remate, tonto del culo, tonto perdido, chiflado perdi

    (n.) = knucklehead
    Ex. It takes more courage to say no and stand up for what's right and is best for them, than it does to cave in to knuckleheads like you two.
    * * *

    Ex: It takes more courage to say no and stand up for what's right and is best for them, than it does to cave in to knuckleheads like you two.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tonto del bote, tonto de remate, tonto del culo, tonto perdido, chiflado perdi

  • 258 tonto del cullo

    (n.) = arsehole [asshole, -USA]
    Ex. Modern preppies try to be assholes, probably because they think it's cool, and never quite make it.
    * * *
    (n.) = arsehole [asshole, -USA]

    Ex: Modern preppies try to be assholes, probably because they think it's cool, and never quite make it.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tonto del cullo

  • 259 tonto del culo

    (n.) = mug, prick, as daft as a brush, prize idiot, knucklehead
    Ex. By this time, firecrackers and fireworks were being let off willy-nilly in the streets by any mug with a match.
    Ex. Steve knows that he is a 'showboat, a little bit of a prick,' but he also knows that it's too late for a man in his fifties to change.
    Ex. His colleagues would say he's as daft as a brush, has bags of energy and enthusiasm but gets the job done.
    Ex. Everyone has natural apprehension about doing something new since you' re never sure if you're going to end up looking a prize idiot.
    Ex. It takes more courage to say no and stand up for what's right and is best for them, than it does to cave in to knuckleheads like you two.
    * * *
    (n.) = mug, prick, as daft as a brush, prize idiot, knucklehead

    Ex: By this time, firecrackers and fireworks were being let off willy-nilly in the streets by any mug with a match.

    Ex: Steve knows that he is a 'showboat, a little bit of a prick,' but he also knows that it's too late for a man in his fifties to change.
    Ex: His colleagues would say he's as daft as a brush, has bags of energy and enthusiasm but gets the job done.
    Ex: Everyone has natural apprehension about doing something new since you' re never sure if you're going to end up looking a prize idiot.
    Ex: It takes more courage to say no and stand up for what's right and is best for them, than it does to cave in to knuckleheads like you two.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tonto del culo

  • 260 tonto del pueblo, el

    (n.) = village fool, the
    Ex. But only good teaching and careful questioning can help students become the village shaman rather than the village fool.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tonto del pueblo, el


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