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  • 281 hablar antes de tiempo

    Ex. But he spoke too soon -- since his outburst the national currency, the peso, has devalued by a third against the US dollar.
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    Ex: But he spoke too soon -- since his outburst the national currency, the peso, has devalued by a third against the US dollar.

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  • 282 hablar ceceando

    v.
    to speak with a lisp.
    * * *
    (v.) = lisp
    Ex. In the meantime, pointing out that he's lisping won't help your child stop and may harm his self-esteem.
    * * *
    (v.) = lisp

    Ex: In the meantime, pointing out that he's lisping won't help your child stop and may harm his self-esteem.

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  • 283 hablar con

    v.
    1 to talk with, to have a talk with, to speak with, to talk to.
    2 to speak with.
    * * *
    (v.) = check with, speak with, talk with, speak to
    Ex. Publishers attempting to cut through this nomenclature morass can check with the library's administration.
    Ex. He said they try to arrange special visits to cultural institutions and attend concerts, and that the kids have an opportunity to speak with people connected with the event afterwards.
    Ex. She was frequently late for work, and she spent so much time talking with other library pages and other people in the library that she was not getting her work done.
    Ex. The newsletter as a source of scientific communication was gradually displaced as the most important means of scientist speaking to scientist, by the periodical.
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    (v.) = check with, speak with, talk with, speak to

    Ex: Publishers attempting to cut through this nomenclature morass can check with the library's administration.

    Ex: He said they try to arrange special visits to cultural institutions and attend concerts, and that the kids have an opportunity to speak with people connected with the event afterwards.
    Ex: She was frequently late for work, and she spent so much time talking with other library pages and other people in the library that she was not getting her work done.
    Ex: The newsletter as a source of scientific communication was gradually displaced as the most important means of scientist speaking to scientist, by the periodical.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hablar con

  • 284 hablar con diplomacia

    (v.) = say + the right thing
    Ex. The article ' Say the right thing' discusses 12 winning strategies for talking to the press.
    * * *
    (v.) = say + the right thing

    Ex: The article ' Say the right thing' discusses 12 winning strategies for talking to the press.

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  • 285 hablar con entusiasmo

    (v.) = gush about
    Ex. He cites, for example, a popular reference book from the 1880s, which gushes about the Eskimo's guileless character, keen intelligence, and harmonious politics.
    * * *
    (v.) = gush about

    Ex: He cites, for example, a popular reference book from the 1880s, which gushes about the Eskimo's guileless character, keen intelligence, and harmonious politics.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hablar con entusiasmo

  • 286 hablar con la boca llena

    (v.) = speak with + Posesivo + mouth full, talk with + Posesivo + mouth full
    Ex. Nick speaking with his mouth full is a sight to behold.
    Ex. He slurps, spills, slouches, talks with his mouth full, and never, ever tucks in his shirt.
    * * *
    (v.) = speak with + Posesivo + mouth full, talk with + Posesivo + mouth full

    Ex: Nick speaking with his mouth full is a sight to behold.

    Ex: He slurps, spills, slouches, talks with his mouth full, and never, ever tucks in his shirt.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hablar con la boca llena

  • 287 hablar con la nariz

    (v.) = talk through + Posesivo + nose
    Ex. Sometimes kids with this language disorder sound like they have a cold or like they're talking through their noses.
    * * *
    (v.) = talk through + Posesivo + nose

    Ex: Sometimes kids with this language disorder sound like they have a cold or like they're talking through their noses.

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  • 288 hablar con lengua de serpiente

    (v.) = talk with + a twisted tongue, speak with + a twisted tongue, speak with + a split tongue, speak with + a forked tongue
    Ex. Developments in recent weeks have reaffirmed what some of us have been saying for a long time: Our present administration acts and talks with a twisted tongue.
    Ex. Do not on these high matters speak with a twisted tongue; do not use words with double meanings; do not use sentences with hidden purposes.
    Ex. Who is there still to trust if even the most 'reputable' and highly paid accountants, auditors and finance analysts speak with a split tongue.
    Ex. Instead, he opted to speak with a forked tongue, intoning the rhetoric of peace in English while speaking the language of armed struggle in Arabic.
    * * *
    (v.) = talk with + a twisted tongue, speak with + a twisted tongue, speak with + a split tongue, speak with + a forked tongue

    Ex: Developments in recent weeks have reaffirmed what some of us have been saying for a long time: Our present administration acts and talks with a twisted tongue.

    Ex: Do not on these high matters speak with a twisted tongue; do not use words with double meanings; do not use sentences with hidden purposes.
    Ex: Who is there still to trust if even the most 'reputable' and highly paid accountants, auditors and finance analysts speak with a split tongue.
    Ex: Instead, he opted to speak with a forked tongue, intoning the rhetoric of peace in English while speaking the language of armed struggle in Arabic.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hablar con lengua de serpiente

  • 289 hablar con ritmo y rima

    (v.) = rap about
    Ex. The article 'African American leaders rap about libraries' reports the views of 6 prominent African Americans on the role of public libraries in their lives.
    * * *
    (v.) = rap about

    Ex: The article 'African American leaders rap about libraries' reports the views of 6 prominent African Americans on the role of public libraries in their lives.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hablar con ritmo y rima

  • 290 hablar de

    v.
    1 to talk about, to hold forth on, to speak of, to talk of.
    Hablamos del clima We talked about the weather.
    2 to tell about, to speak about.
    María habló de Ricardo Mary told about Richard.
    * * *
    (v.) = be on about, talk about, tell of
    Ex. He began swearing and saying 'I don't know what you're on about, whatever we do, it's wrong!' and of course I answered his nastiness back.
    Ex. All of her work has been with public service aspects of librarianship; she's especially well qualified to talk about the reader's side of catalog use.
    Ex. Roger Horn tells of a librarian who actually complained in print that just as the materials began to pile up nicely the enquirers were in the habit of disappearing.
    * * *
    (v.) = be on about, talk about, tell of

    Ex: He began swearing and saying 'I don't know what you're on about, whatever we do, it's wrong!' and of course I answered his nastiness back.

    Ex: All of her work has been with public service aspects of librarianship; she's especially well qualified to talk about the reader's side of catalog use.
    Ex: Roger Horn tells of a librarian who actually complained in print that just as the materials began to pile up nicely the enquirers were in the habit of disappearing.

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  • 291 hablar de boquilla

    (v.) = pay + lip service
    Ex. Although lip service is paid to the 'behavioural' dimension, little serious attention is given to the social domain.
    * * *
    (v.) = pay + lip service

    Ex: Although lip service is paid to the 'behavioural' dimension, little serious attention is given to the social domain.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hablar de boquilla

  • 292 hablar del asunto con

    (v.) = take + the matter + up with
    Ex. O'Brien prevailed upon them to stay that night with the promise that she would take the matter up with Modjeski first thing in the morning.
    * * *
    (v.) = take + the matter + up with

    Ex: O'Brien prevailed upon them to stay that night with the promise that she would take the matter up with Modjeski first thing in the morning.

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  • 293 hablar del mismo modo

    (v.) = talk + alike
    Ex. The 'commercial' and 'academic' worlds have merged -- they think alike, talk alike, look alike -- both inhabit 'campuses' and play volleyball at breaktimes, and drink fruit juice.
    * * *
    (v.) = talk + alike

    Ex: The 'commercial' and 'academic' worlds have merged -- they think alike, talk alike, look alike -- both inhabit 'campuses' and play volleyball at breaktimes, and drink fruit juice.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hablar del mismo modo

  • 294 hablar del trabajo

    (v.) = talk + shop
    Ex. The article 'IBF talking shop' reports the annual general assembly of the International Booksellers Federation (IBF) held in Edinburgh in June 94.
    * * *
    (v.) = talk + shop

    Ex: The article 'IBF talking shop' reports the annual general assembly of the International Booksellers Federation (IBF) held in Edinburgh in June 94.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hablar del trabajo

  • 295 hablar despectivamente

    (v.) = speak + disparagingly
    Ex. She smiled archly and said: 'We decided it wouldn't be professional to speak disparagingly to a stranger -- which you were at the time -- about a colleague'.
    * * *
    (v.) = speak + disparagingly

    Ex: She smiled archly and said: 'We decided it wouldn't be professional to speak disparagingly to a stranger -- which you were at the time -- about a colleague'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hablar despectivamente

  • 296 hablar efusivamente

    (v.) = gush about
    Ex. He cites, for example, a popular reference book from the 1880s, which gushes about the Eskimo's guileless character, keen intelligence, and harmonious politics.
    * * *
    (v.) = gush about

    Ex: He cites, for example, a popular reference book from the 1880s, which gushes about the Eskimo's guileless character, keen intelligence, and harmonious politics.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hablar efusivamente

  • 297 hablar emotivamente y con efusividad

    (v.) = gush about
    Ex. He cites, for example, a popular reference book from the 1880s, which gushes about the Eskimo's guileless character, keen intelligence, and harmonious politics.
    * * *
    (v.) = gush about

    Ex: He cites, for example, a popular reference book from the 1880s, which gushes about the Eskimo's guileless character, keen intelligence, and harmonious politics.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hablar emotivamente y con efusividad

  • 298 hablar en contra de

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

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

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  • 299 hablar en falso

    (v.) = speak with + a split tongue, speak with + a forked tongue, speak with + a twisted tongue
    Ex. Who is there still to trust if even the most 'reputable' and highly paid accountants, auditors and finance analysts speak with a split tongue.
    Ex. Instead, he opted to speak with a forked tongue, intoning the rhetoric of peace in English while speaking the language of armed struggle in Arabic.
    Ex. Do not on these high matters speak with a twisted tongue; do not use words with double meanings; do not use sentences with hidden purposes.
    * * *
    (v.) = speak with + a split tongue, speak with + a forked tongue, speak with + a twisted tongue

    Ex: Who is there still to trust if even the most 'reputable' and highly paid accountants, auditors and finance analysts speak with a split tongue.

    Ex: Instead, he opted to speak with a forked tongue, intoning the rhetoric of peace in English while speaking the language of armed struggle in Arabic.
    Ex: Do not on these high matters speak with a twisted tongue; do not use words with double meanings; do not use sentences with hidden purposes.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hablar en falso

  • 300 hablar en favor de

    (v.) = put + a word in for
    Ex. This also means that you almost have to know someone who can put a word in for you or have a well-known name in order to reasonably quickly rise to the top.
    * * *
    (v.) = put + a word in for

    Ex: This also means that you almost have to know someone who can put a word in for you or have a well-known name in order to reasonably quickly rise to the top.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hablar en favor de

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