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  • 621 prueba sobre el terreno

    (n.) = field test, field trial
    Ex. This article contains the abstracts of the reports on the field tests and demonstration projects concerned with the effects of dredged material disposal in open water.
    Ex. Telidon was first demonstrated in 1978, and small-scale field trials videotex and teletext started in 1980.
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    (n.) = field test, field trial

    Ex: This article contains the abstracts of the reports on the field tests and demonstration projects concerned with the effects of dredged material disposal in open water.

    Ex: Telidon was first demonstrated in 1978, and small-scale field trials videotex and teletext started in 1980.

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  • 622 prueba univariante

    Ex. In order to test the robustness of their univariate and multivariate tests, multiple regressions were performed on 3 criteria: scientific productivity, citation impact, and individual performance index.
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    Ex: In order to test the robustness of their univariate and multivariate tests, multiple regressions were performed on 3 criteria: scientific productivity, citation impact, and individual performance index.

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  • 623 prueba viviente

    f.
    living proof.
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    (n.) = living proof
    Ex. In this series, the writer looks at local people who are living proof that it is possible to live with, rather than die of, cancer.
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    Ex: In this series, the writer looks at local people who are living proof that it is possible to live with, rather than die of, cancer.

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  • 624 puesta a prueba

    (n.) = trying, piloting
    Ex. Formal logic used to be a keen instrument in the hands of the teacher in his trying of students' souls.
    Ex. The standards are now being rewritten and prepared for piloting.
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    (n.) = trying, piloting

    Ex: Formal logic used to be a keen instrument in the hands of the teacher in his trying of students' souls.

    Ex: The standards are now being rewritten and prepared for piloting.

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  • 625 puesto a prueba

    (adj.) = overstretched
    Ex. Electronic publishing is something librarians shouldn't be doing, given their already overstretched human and financial resources.
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    (adj.) = overstretched

    Ex: Electronic publishing is something librarians shouldn't be doing, given their already overstretched human and financial resources.

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  • 626 razón convincente

    Ex. In other subject areas, if a compelling reason exists for grouping parts under the whole, it is desirable that the genus/species relationship and the whole/part relationship be kept separate.
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    Ex: In other subject areas, if a compelling reason exists for grouping parts under the whole, it is desirable that the genus/species relationship and the whole/part relationship be kept separate.

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  • 627 razón fundamental

    f.
    rationale.
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    (n.) = rationale
    Ex. The rationale, then, for a separate chapter of this work devoted to the cataloguing of the works of corporate bodies is threefold.
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    (n.) = rationale

    Ex: The rationale, then, for a separate chapter of this work devoted to the cataloguing of the works of corporate bodies is threefold.

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  • 628 razón justificada

    Ex. The one justified reason to hate Valentine's Day is that chocolate prices are through the roof -- the bane of all chocolate addicts.
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    Ex: The one justified reason to hate Valentine's Day is that chocolate prices are through the roof -- the bane of all chocolate addicts.

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  • 629 razón práctica

    Ex. This was all compounded by the fact that the wedding itself was somewhat precipitate, done when it was for practical reasons.
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    Ex: This was all compounded by the fact that the wedding itself was somewhat precipitate, done when it was for practical reasons.

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  • 630 realizar una prueba

    (v.) = conduct + trial, take + test
    Ex. Swedish Radio has conducted a trial of its teletext service, Extratext, by allocating teletext receivers to people with impaired hearing.
    Ex. The software that allows students to take a multiple choice test on a computer to determine how well they understood what they have read.
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    (v.) = conduct + trial, take + test

    Ex: Swedish Radio has conducted a trial of its teletext service, Extratext, by allocating teletext receivers to people with impaired hearing.

    Ex: The software that allows students to take a multiple choice test on a computer to determine how well they understood what they have read.

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  • 631 sacar una prueba

    (v.) = pull + a proof
    Ex. Having imposed a forme, the compositor carried it to the press room, where a press crew was required to pause in its work and pull a proof for him, often on an old press kept for the purpose.
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    (v.) = pull + a proof

    Ex: Having imposed a forme, the compositor carried it to the press room, where a press crew was required to pause in its work and pull a proof for him, often on an old press kept for the purpose.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sacar una prueba

  • 632 ser la prueba de fuego de Algo

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    (v.) = test + Nombre + to the limit
    Ex. Motocross is one of the most physically demanding forms of motorcycle sport and tests both rider and their machines to the limit.
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    (v.) = test + Nombre + to the limit

    Ex: Motocross is one of the most physically demanding forms of motorcycle sport and tests both rider and their machines to the limit.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ser la prueba de fuego de Algo

  • 633 ser la razón de

    (v.) = lie at + the root of
    Ex. Telecommunications technology lies at the root of formal concepts such as Inter-Information Subjects Networks (IISNs) and National Information Systems (NISs), developed in the last few years.
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    (v.) = lie at + the root of

    Ex: Telecommunications technology lies at the root of formal concepts such as Inter-Information Subjects Networks (IISNs) and National Information Systems (NISs), developed in the last few years.

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  • 634 ser prueba suficiente

    Ex. For Miller, though, two decades of eyeball-to-eyeball confrontations with the new chairman are proof enough.
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    Ex: For Miller, though, two decades of eyeball-to-eyeball confrontations with the new chairman are proof enough.

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  • 635 ser una prueba más de

    (v.) = strengthen + evidence
    Ex. His book strengthens evidence that what the Wright brothers flew in 1903 was a glider, not an aeroplane.
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    (v.) = strengthen + evidence

    Ex: His book strengthens evidence that what the Wright brothers flew in 1903 was a glider, not an aeroplane.

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  • 636 sin razón

    adj.
    1 without the right mind.
    2 without justification, reasonless, unjustified.
    adv.
    for no good reason, for no reason, without reason.
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    = wanton, for no reason, for no specific reason, for no particular reason, for no good reason
    Ex. The book focuses on images where hideous atrocities -- e.g., murder, blasphemy, wanton destruction and even cannibalism -- are shown to be part of the daily life of the common people of Paris during the revolution.
    Ex. When women frequently go to family restaurants, this leads to them going out of their homes excessively for no reason, which goes against the command of Allah.
    Ex. On February 20, 2000, she was arrested at home by police for no specific reason and illegally detained for fifteen days.
    Ex. Nearly a third of internet users go online on a typical day for no particular reason, just for fun or to pass the time.
    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.
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    = wanton, for no reason, for no specific reason, for no particular reason, for no good reason

    Ex: The book focuses on images where hideous atrocities -- e.g., murder, blasphemy, wanton destruction and even cannibalism -- are shown to be part of the daily life of the common people of Paris during the revolution.

    Ex: When women frequently go to family restaurants, this leads to them going out of their homes excessively for no reason, which goes against the command of Allah.
    Ex: On February 20, 2000, she was arrested at home by police for no specific reason and illegally detained for fifteen days.
    Ex: Nearly a third of internet users go online on a typical day for no particular reason, just for fun or to pass the time.
    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 > sin razón

  • 637 sin razón alguna

    = for no reason, for no specific reason, for no particular reason, for no good reason
    Ex. When women frequently go to family restaurants, this leads to them going out of their homes excessively for no reason, which goes against the command of Allah.
    Ex. On February 20, 2000, she was arrested at home by police for no specific reason and illegally detained for fifteen days.
    Ex. Nearly a third of internet users go online on a typical day for no particular reason, just for fun or to pass the time.
    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.
    * * *
    = for no reason, for no specific reason, for no particular reason, for no good reason

    Ex: When women frequently go to family restaurants, this leads to them going out of their homes excessively for no reason, which goes against the command of Allah.

    Ex: On February 20, 2000, she was arrested at home by police for no specific reason and illegally detained for fifteen days.
    Ex: Nearly a third of internet users go online on a typical day for no particular reason, just for fun or to pass the time.
    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 > sin razón alguna

  • 638 sin razón aparente

    = for no apparent reason, for apparently no reason
    Ex. These outbursts often happen for no apparent reason and may be due to the child's inability to tolerate the present environment.
    Ex. The formatting on my main page has gone haywire for apparently no reason.
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    = for no apparent reason, for apparently no reason

    Ex: These outbursts often happen for no apparent reason and may be due to the child's inability to tolerate the present environment.

    Ex: The formatting on my main page has gone haywire for apparently no reason.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sin razón aparente

  • 639 sin razón justificada

    = for no reason, for no specific reason, for no good reason
    Ex. When women frequently go to family restaurants, this leads to them going out of their homes excessively for no reason, which goes against the command of Allah.
    Ex. On February 20, 2000, she was arrested at home by police for no specific reason and illegally detained for fifteen days.
    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.
    * * *
    = for no reason, for no specific reason, for no good reason

    Ex: When women frequently go to family restaurants, this leads to them going out of their homes excessively for no reason, which goes against the command of Allah.

    Ex: On February 20, 2000, she was arrested at home by police for no specific reason and illegally detained for fifteen days.
    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 > sin razón justificada

  • 640 sin razón justificda

    Ex. Nearly a third of internet users go online on a typical day for no particular reason, just for fun or to pass the time.
    * * *

    Ex: Nearly a third of internet users go online on a typical day for no particular reason, just for fun or to pass the time.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sin razón justificda

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