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  • 321 escaso de dinero

    (adj.) = cash strapped, financially strapped, short of money, strapped
    Ex. As a result, the society's publishing programme went from cash strapped to thriving, even while making the periodical free online.
    Ex. Many of our group are financially strapped, and that presents a problem but I'm game.
    Ex. This brings me to the third factoid, the most important of the three: most Americans are more aware of being short of time than short of money.
    Ex. This open source book is a welcome relief for strapped college students who are paying $100 and more for textbooks.
    * * *
    (adj.) = cash strapped, financially strapped, short of money, strapped

    Ex: As a result, the society's publishing programme went from cash strapped to thriving, even while making the periodical free online.

    Ex: Many of our group are financially strapped, and that presents a problem but I'm game.
    Ex: This brings me to the third factoid, the most important of the three: most Americans are more aware of being short of time than short of money.
    Ex: This open source book is a welcome relief for strapped college students who are paying $100 and more for textbooks.

    Spanish-English dictionary > escaso de dinero

  • 322 estrategia que ahorra dinero

    (n.) = money saver
    Ex. It's possible that a no fines policy at the library could be a real money saver.
    * * *

    Ex: It's possible that a no fines policy at the library could be a real money saver.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estrategia que ahorra dinero

  • 323 falto de dinero

    = short of money, strapped, financially strapped, cash strapped
    Ex. This brings me to the third factoid, the most important of the three: most Americans are more aware of being short of time than short of money.
    Ex. This open source book is a welcome relief for strapped college students who are paying $100 and more for textbooks.
    Ex. Many of our group are financially strapped, and that presents a problem but I'm game.
    Ex. As a result, the society's publishing programme went from cash strapped to thriving, even while making the periodical free online.
    * * *
    = short of money, strapped, financially strapped, cash strapped

    Ex: This brings me to the third factoid, the most important of the three: most Americans are more aware of being short of time than short of money.

    Ex: This open source book is a welcome relief for strapped college students who are paying $100 and more for textbooks.
    Ex: Many of our group are financially strapped, and that presents a problem but I'm game.
    Ex: As a result, the society's publishing programme went from cash strapped to thriving, even while making the periodical free online.

    Spanish-English dictionary > falto de dinero

  • 324 financiado con dinero público

    (adj.) = publicly financed, publicly funded [publicly-funded], public funded [public-funded]
    Ex. Library users are lucky to have supplies provided for them by a publicly financed service.
    Ex. The article carries the title 'Rich aunt or poor cousin? Policy dilemmas for publicly funded libraries'.
    Ex. The study reveals that public funded R&D (research and development) is the major contributor of research papers in the journal.
    * * *
    (adj.) = publicly financed, publicly funded [publicly-funded], public funded [public-funded]

    Ex: Library users are lucky to have supplies provided for them by a publicly financed service.

    Ex: The article carries the title 'Rich aunt or poor cousin? Policy dilemmas for publicly funded libraries'.
    Ex: The study reveals that public funded R&D (research and development) is the major contributor of research papers in the journal.

    Spanish-English dictionary > financiado con dinero público

  • 325 ganar bastante dinero

    (v.) = make + good money, earn + good money
    Ex. Thousands of ordinary people from all over the world are now making good money on the Internet, who once thought they never could.
    Ex. What I was reading about looked like a really genuine and reliable way of earning good money that didn't involve some fly by night, get rich quick scheme.
    * * *
    (v.) = make + good money, earn + good money

    Ex: Thousands of ordinary people from all over the world are now making good money on the Internet, who once thought they never could.

    Ex: What I was reading about looked like a really genuine and reliable way of earning good money that didn't involve some fly by night, get rich quick scheme.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ganar bastante dinero

  • 326 ganar mucho dinero

    (v.) = make + good money, earn + good money
    Ex. Thousands of ordinary people from all over the world are now making good money on the Internet, who once thought they never could.
    Ex. What I was reading about looked like a really genuine and reliable way of earning good money that didn't involve some fly by night, get rich quick scheme.
    * * *
    (v.) = make + good money, earn + good money

    Ex: Thousands of ordinary people from all over the world are now making good money on the Internet, who once thought they never could.

    Ex: What I was reading about looked like a really genuine and reliable way of earning good money that didn't involve some fly by night, get rich quick scheme.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ganar mucho dinero

  • 327 gastar dinero

    v.
    to spend money, to dip into one's pocket, to dip into one's purse.
    * * *
    (v.) = expend + funds, spend + money
    Ex. Management data, such as numbers of items borrowed, funds expended in various directions, current awareness notifications followed up (that is, items borrowed after announcement), are very important to a library.
    Ex. In principle, the terminals could be installed anywhere people spend money.
    * * *
    (v.) = expend + funds, spend + money

    Ex: Management data, such as numbers of items borrowed, funds expended in various directions, current awareness notifications followed up (that is, items borrowed after announcement), are very important to a library.

    Ex: In principle, the terminals could be installed anywhere people spend money.

    Spanish-English dictionary > gastar dinero

  • 328 gastarse más dinero

    (v.) = dig + deep
    Ex. The article ' Digging deep for treasure' reports that many companies see data mining as a data warehouse's most important role, yet they have still not upgraded their IT architectures to include data warehousing.
    * * *
    (v.) = dig + deep

    Ex: The article ' Digging deep for treasure' reports that many companies see data mining as a data warehouse's most important role, yet they have still not upgraded their IT architectures to include data warehousing.

    Spanish-English dictionary > gastarse más dinero

  • 329 gastarse un montón de dinero

    (v.) = lash out (on), go to + town on
    Ex. The company is too tight to lash out on anything for the employees, even tools to increase productivity.
    Ex. He was refering to the unbelievable action taken by the riot police who for no good reason decided to go to town on innocent fans.
    * * *
    (v.) = lash out (on), go to + town on

    Ex: The company is too tight to lash out on anything for the employees, even tools to increase productivity.

    Ex: He was refering to the unbelievable action taken by the riot police who for no good reason decided to go to town on innocent fans.

    Spanish-English dictionary > gastarse un montón de dinero

  • 330 gasto de dinero

    Ex. Retrospective catalogue conversion has to conform to certain standards in order to make the data gained with great effort and expenditure of money and manpower useful to other libraries.
    * * *

    Ex: Retrospective catalogue conversion has to conform to certain standards in order to make the data gained with great effort and expenditure of money and manpower useful to other libraries.

    Spanish-English dictionary > gasto de dinero

  • 331 gastos que no suponen un gran desembolso de dinero

    Ex. Too many decisions are made primarily on terms of immediate out-of-pocket costs.
    * * *

    Ex: Too many decisions are made primarily on terms of immediate out-of-pocket costs.

    Spanish-English dictionary > gastos que no suponen un gran desembolso de dinero

  • 332 grandes sumas de dinero

    Ex. In view of the increasing attention paid to pensions and planning for old age, together with the vast sums of money involved, there is a growing demand for information on the subject.
    * * *

    Ex: In view of the increasing attention paid to pensions and planning for old age, together with the vast sums of money involved, there is a growing demand for information on the subject.

    Spanish-English dictionary > grandes sumas de dinero

  • 333 haber dinero de por medio

    (n.) = money + change hands
    Ex. The key issues are: whether the recipient is relying on the information provided; whether money changed hands; and whether the institution is under a statutory obligation to provide the information = Las cuestiones claven era: si el destinatario depende de la información que se le suministrar, si hay un transacción económica de por medio y de si la institución tiene la obligación legal de ofrecer la información.
    * * *
    (n.) = money + change hands

    Ex: The key issues are: whether the recipient is relying on the information provided; whether money changed hands; and whether the institution is under a statutory obligation to provide the information = Las cuestiones claven era: si el destinatario depende de la información que se le suministrar, si hay un transacción económica de por medio y de si la institución tiene la obligación legal de ofrecer la información.

    Spanish-English dictionary > haber dinero de por medio

  • 334 hacer mucho dinero

    (v.) = make + good money, earn + good money
    Ex. Thousands of ordinary people from all over the world are now making good money on the Internet, who once thought they never could.
    Ex. What I was reading about looked like a really genuine and reliable way of earning good money that didn't involve some fly by night, get rich quick scheme.
    * * *
    (v.) = make + good money, earn + good money

    Ex: Thousands of ordinary people from all over the world are now making good money on the Internet, who once thought they never could.

    Ex: What I was reading about looked like a really genuine and reliable way of earning good money that didn't involve some fly by night, get rich quick scheme.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacer mucho dinero

  • 335 hacer que no se le preste atención a

    (v.) = deflect + attention from
    Ex. The injection of foreign ownership into the debate over the privatisation of federal agencies has deflected attention from critical domestic concerns of economic efficiency and operational optimisation.
    * * *
    (v.) = deflect + attention from

    Ex: The injection of foreign ownership into the debate over the privatisation of federal agencies has deflected attention from critical domestic concerns of economic efficiency and operational optimisation.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacer que no se le preste atención a

  • 336 ingreso de dinero

    (n.) = cash deposit
    Ex. This particular bank does not accept any cash deposits nor are direct cash withdrawals permitted.
    * * *

    Ex: This particular bank does not accept any cash deposits nor are direct cash withdrawals permitted.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ingreso de dinero

  • 337 interés por ganar dinero

    Ex. In the UK many employers feel library science graduates do not appreciate the profit motive and do not exhibit the necessary outgoing personalities for successful marketing.
    * * *

    Ex: In the UK many employers feel library science graduates do not appreciate the profit motive and do not exhibit the necessary outgoing personalities for successful marketing.

    Spanish-English dictionary > interés por ganar dinero

  • 338 invertir dinero

    v.
    to invest money, to place money, to put in funds, to put in money.
    * * *
    (v.) = invest + money, commit + money
    Ex. A great deal of money is invested in different methods of information retrieval, and the amount increases each year.
    Ex. Sometimes, for example, by not immediately liening funds for an expensive reference work that is just announced, one may benefit from reviews or an opportunity to examine the work before committing the money.
    * * *
    (v.) = invest + money, commit + money

    Ex: A great deal of money is invested in different methods of information retrieval, and the amount increases each year.

    Ex: Sometimes, for example, by not immediately liening funds for an expensive reference work that is just announced, one may benefit from reviews or an opportunity to examine the work before committing the money.

    Spanish-English dictionary > invertir dinero

  • 339 invertir más dinero

    (v.) = dig + deep
    Ex. The article ' Digging deep for treasure' reports that many companies see data mining as a data warehouse's most important role, yet they have still not upgraded their IT architectures to include data warehousing.
    * * *
    (v.) = dig + deep

    Ex: The article ' Digging deep for treasure' reports that many companies see data mining as a data warehouse's most important role, yet they have still not upgraded their IT architectures to include data warehousing.

    Spanish-English dictionary > invertir más dinero

  • 340 inyección de dinero

    (n.) = cash injection, injection of money
    Ex. Dilapidated housing will be brought up to scratch thanks to a cash injection which could total millions of pounds.
    Ex. This massive injection of money will not fix the core problems that caused this mess.
    * * *
    (n.) = cash injection, injection of money

    Ex: Dilapidated housing will be brought up to scratch thanks to a cash injection which could total millions of pounds.

    Ex: This massive injection of money will not fix the core problems that caused this mess.

    Spanish-English dictionary > inyección de dinero

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