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  • 301 hablar en lengua desconocida

    (v.) = speak in + tongues, talk in + tongues
    Ex. The following papers were presented: ' Speaking in tongues: erecting a professional Tower of Babel'.
    Ex. Many Baptists think talking in tongues is a demonic thing.
    * * *
    (v.) = speak in + tongues, talk in + tongues

    Ex: The following papers were presented: ' Speaking in tongues: erecting a professional Tower of Babel'.

    Ex: Many Baptists think talking in tongues is a demonic thing.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hablar en lengua desconocida

  • 302 hablar en público

    (v.) = public speaking, speak in + public
    Ex. The author offers some guidance on public speaking.
    Ex. Everytime I speak in public about nonbook cataloging, someone in the audience asks about color coding, and my advice always has been, and still is, don't.
    * * *
    (v.) = public speaking, speak in + public

    Ex: The author offers some guidance on public speaking.

    Ex: Everytime I speak in public about nonbook cataloging, someone in the audience asks about color coding, and my advice always has been, and still is, don't.

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  • 303 hablar en voz alta

    (v.) = talk in + a loud voice
    Ex. Seniors sometimes have hearing problems and talk in a loud voice to compensate.
    * * *
    (v.) = talk in + a loud voice

    Ex: Seniors sometimes have hearing problems and talk in a loud voice to compensate.

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  • 304 hablar en voz baja

    (v.) = whisper, speak + low
    Ex. They whispered to each other across Benefield's desk, and forthwith approached O'Brien.
    Ex. She recommenced speaking low like a conspirator: 'Jeanne, I must prepare you for your interview with him'.
    * * *
    (v.) = whisper, speak + low

    Ex: They whispered to each other across Benefield's desk, and forthwith approached O'Brien.

    Ex: She recommenced speaking low like a conspirator: 'Jeanne, I must prepare you for your interview with him'.

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  • 305 hablar entre dientes sin ser entendido

    (v.) = mumble
    Ex. The young librarian was not accustomed to seeing the head of reference red-faced with mute anger or the head of technical services mumbling uncontrollably to himself.
    * * *
    (v.) = mumble

    Ex: The young librarian was not accustomed to seeing the head of reference red-faced with mute anger or the head of technical services mumbling uncontrollably to himself.

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  • 306 hablar explícitamente

    (v.) = speak out
    Ex. As always, our members are ready to speak out clearly if the Cuban authorities dare to seize any of the uncensored books being sent to Cuba by President Carter.
    * * *
    (v.) = speak out

    Ex: As always, our members are ready to speak out clearly if the Cuban authorities dare to seize any of the uncensored books being sent to Cuba by President Carter.

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  • 307 hablar hasta por los codos

    (v.) = talk + Posesivo + socks off
    Ex. There is a massive gulf between us and it will not be resolved by allowing them to talk their socks off at this time.
    * * *
    (v.) = talk + Posesivo + socks off

    Ex: There is a massive gulf between us and it will not be resolved by allowing them to talk their socks off at this time.

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  • 308 hablar hasta reventar

    (v.) = talk + Reflexivo + blue in the face
    Ex. But in the end, although I've talked myself blue in the face, I'm afraid actions speak louder than words.
    * * *
    (v.) = talk + Reflexivo + blue in the face

    Ex: But in the end, although I've talked myself blue in the face, I'm afraid actions speak louder than words.

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  • 309 hablar incoherentmente

    (v.) = babble
    Ex. He immerses us in 'language that is unique for its copiousness,' now speaking 'of exquisite intimations that can occur only in a half-light,' then babbling 'of chamber-pots, leg-irons, factories and policemen'.
    * * *
    (v.) = babble

    Ex: He immerses us in 'language that is unique for its copiousness,' now speaking 'of exquisite intimations that can occur only in a half-light,' then babbling 'of chamber-pots, leg-irons, factories and policemen'.

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  • 310 hablar mal de

    (v.) = speak against, speak out against, speak + ill of, say + nasty things about, slag + Nombre + off, slate, diss
    Ex. As a result public libraries came into disrepute and even today authorities speak against them.
    Ex. Such restraint creates a ridiculous and pathetic situation in which librarians refuse to speak out against, or work to defeat legislation destructive to libraries such as California's Propositions.
    Ex. All misanthropists hate or at least speak ill of the human race.
    Ex. He is applying for a court order to ban his ex-wife from saying nasty things about him to the media.
    Ex. People constanstly slagging her off for the way she looks is part of her weight problems at the moment.
    Ex. Horror fiction has been slated by book reviewers and a similar prejudice among librarians could explain its under-representation in library stocks.
    Ex. And she has the gall to diss a Nobel Prize winner who isn't even in the academic world.
    * * *
    (v.) = speak against, speak out against, speak + ill of, say + nasty things about, slag + Nombre + off, slate, diss

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

    Ex: Such restraint creates a ridiculous and pathetic situation in which librarians refuse to speak out against, or work to defeat legislation destructive to libraries such as California's Propositions.
    Ex: All misanthropists hate or at least speak ill of the human race.
    Ex: He is applying for a court order to ban his ex-wife from saying nasty things about him to the media.
    Ex: People constanstly slagging her off for the way she looks is part of her weight problems at the moment.
    Ex: Horror fiction has been slated by book reviewers and a similar prejudice among librarians could explain its under-representation in library stocks.
    Ex: And she has the gall to diss a Nobel Prize winner who isn't even in the academic world.

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  • 311 hablar maravillas de

    (v.) = praise
    Ex. In spite of their protestations to the contrary, most bosses prefer subordinates whom they get along with, who cause them no anxiety, who quietly accept their decisions, who praise them.
    * * *
    (v.) = praise

    Ex: In spite of their protestations to the contrary, most bosses prefer subordinates whom they get along with, who cause them no anxiety, who quietly accept their decisions, who praise them.

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  • 312 hablar muy bien de

    (v.) = rave about, rant and rave
    Ex. Past delegates rave about how much they learn from colleagues in other fields.
    Ex. I ordered a cake for my 1st grandson's baby shower and people just ranted and raved about how delicious the lemon and raspberry filling was.
    * * *
    (v.) = rave about, rant and rave

    Ex: Past delegates rave about how much they learn from colleagues in other fields.

    Ex: I ordered a cake for my 1st grandson's baby shower and people just ranted and raved about how delicious the lemon and raspberry filling was.

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  • 313 hablar más de la cuenta

    (v.) = shoot + Posesivo + mouth off
    Ex. She's just always shooting her mouth off and sticking her foot in it.
    * * *
    (v.) = shoot + Posesivo + mouth off

    Ex: She's just always shooting her mouth off and sticking her foot in it.

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  • 314 hablar pestes

    (v.) = trash, call + Nombre + all the names under the sun, say + nasty things about, slag + Nombre + off, cut + Nombre + up, tear + Nombre + down, rubbish
    Ex. Although many trashed her when she was still alive, her death granted her immortality.
    Ex. They screamed abuse at him and called him all the names under the sun while they kicked and beat him.
    Ex. He is applying for a court order to ban his ex-wife from saying nasty things about him to the media.
    Ex. People constanstly slagging her off for the way she looks is part of her weight problems at the moment.
    Ex. Last week he listed a bunch of really stupid things Harriet had written, totally cutting her up, and then ended saying she was a great lady.
    Ex. His reviews aren't about tearing the author down or praising them to the skies, but sparking the reader's curiosity.
    Ex. The theory of Scandinavian racial purity cherished by Hitler and the Nazis has been rubbished by new scientific research.
    * * *
    (v.) = trash, call + Nombre + all the names under the sun, say + nasty things about, slag + Nombre + off, cut + Nombre + up, tear + Nombre + down, rubbish

    Ex: Although many trashed her when she was still alive, her death granted her immortality.

    Ex: They screamed abuse at him and called him all the names under the sun while they kicked and beat him.
    Ex: He is applying for a court order to ban his ex-wife from saying nasty things about him to the media.
    Ex: People constanstly slagging her off for the way she looks is part of her weight problems at the moment.
    Ex: Last week he listed a bunch of really stupid things Harriet had written, totally cutting her up, and then ended saying she was a great lady.
    Ex: His reviews aren't about tearing the author down or praising them to the skies, but sparking the reader's curiosity.
    Ex: The theory of Scandinavian racial purity cherished by Hitler and the Nazis has been rubbished by new scientific research.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hablar pestes

  • 315 hablar por Uno mismo

    (v.) = speak for + Reflexivo
    Ex. This list speaks for itself; there is a treasure chest of support available to supplement the services offered by individual libraries.
    * * *
    (v.) = speak for + Reflexivo

    Ex: This list speaks for itself; there is a treasure chest of support available to supplement the services offered by individual libraries.

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  • 316 hablar por 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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  • 317 hablar sin decir nada

    (v.) = waffle
    Ex. In the last presidential election voters said they were turned off by leaders who waffled.
    * * *
    (v.) = waffle

    Ex: In the last presidential election voters said they were turned off by leaders who waffled.

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  • 318 hablar sin parar

    (v.) = burble on
    Ex. It is when speakers have no feeling for pause that their speech seems to burble on without any arresting quality; the club bore is a burbler: he has not learnt the eloquence of silence.
    * * *
    (v.) = burble on

    Ex: It is when speakers have no feeling for pause that their speech seems to burble on without any arresting quality; the club bore is a burbler: he has not learnt the eloquence of silence.

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  • 319 hablar sin pensar

    (v.) = shoot from + the hip
    Ex. It is therefore ironic that the one politican who has shown a willingness to act promptly is in fact accused of shooting from the hip.
    * * *
    (v.) = shoot from + the hip

    Ex: It is therefore ironic that the one politican who has shown a willingness to act promptly is in fact accused of shooting from the hip.

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  • 320 hablar sin ser entendido

    (v.) = speak in + tongues, talk in + tongues
    Ex. The following papers were presented: ' Speaking in tongues: erecting a professional Tower of Babel'.
    Ex. Many Baptists think talking in tongues is a demonic thing.
    * * *
    (v.) = speak in + tongues, talk in + tongues

    Ex: The following papers were presented: ' Speaking in tongues: erecting a professional Tower of Babel'.

    Ex: Many Baptists think talking in tongues is a demonic thing.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hablar sin ser entendido

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