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  • 341 poco intenso

    (adj.) = light [lighter -comp., lightest -sup.]
    Ex. Light use of library information resources raises the concern that students are developing an inadequate base of retrieval skills for finding information on new procedures, diseases and drugs.
    * * *
    (adj.) = light [lighter -comp., lightest -sup.]

    Ex: Light use of library information resources raises the concern that students are developing an inadequate base of retrieval skills for finding information on new procedures, diseases and drugs.

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  • 342 poco interesante

    adj.
    uninteresting, featureless, uninspiring, unremarkable.
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    (adj.) = dull, jackdaw, uninteresting, uninspiring, unremarkable
    Ex. These librarians are given Haykin upon the day of their arrival and are expected to read the entire dull document and use it as a guideline in establishing subject headings.
    Ex. The contrast between the fine feathers of these superb bindings and their jackdaw contents is often quaint.
    Ex. There is no such thing on earth as an uninteresting subject; the only thing that can exist is an uninterested person.
    Ex. Though the novel begins like a house ablaze, it later thickens slightly into an acceptable if uninspiring finale.
    Ex. This dish, billed as the house specialty, was just an unremarkable griddled steak topped with some green bell peppers and green onions.
    * * *
    (adj.) = dull, jackdaw, uninteresting, uninspiring, unremarkable

    Ex: These librarians are given Haykin upon the day of their arrival and are expected to read the entire dull document and use it as a guideline in establishing subject headings.

    Ex: The contrast between the fine feathers of these superb bindings and their jackdaw contents is often quaint.
    Ex: There is no such thing on earth as an uninteresting subject; the only thing that can exist is an uninterested person.
    Ex: Though the novel begins like a house ablaze, it later thickens slightly into an acceptable if uninspiring finale.
    Ex: This dish, billed as the house specialty, was just an unremarkable griddled steak topped with some green bell peppers and green onions.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco interesante

  • 343 poco juicioso

    adj.
    undiscriminating, unwise, soft-headed, undiscerning.
    * * *
    (adj.) = injudicious
    Ex. The author concludes that, although valuable CAL resources had been produced during both projects, over reliance on email is injudicious.
    * * *
    (adj.) = injudicious

    Ex: The author concludes that, although valuable CAL resources had been produced during both projects, over reliance on email is injudicious.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco juicioso

  • 344 poco justificado

    (adj.) = ill-justified
    Ex. Unfortunately, he supports President Bush's extravagances in his ill-named war on terror and ill-justified invasion of Iraq.
    * * *
    (adj.) = ill-justified

    Ex: Unfortunately, he supports President Bush's extravagances in his ill-named war on terror and ill-justified invasion of Iraq.

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  • 345 poco listo

    (adj.) = underprepared
    Ex. They may be unfocused, underprepared, and not of a frame of mind to devote time and thoughtful energy to library research.
    * * *
    (adj.) = underprepared

    Ex: They may be unfocused, underprepared, and not of a frame of mind to devote time and thoughtful energy to library research.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco listo

  • 346 poco maduro

    adj.
    immature, unformed.
    * * *
    (adj.) = underripe
    Ex. Underripe and overripe melons had as much as 20% less lycopene than fully ripe melons, with maturity effects dependent on the variety.
    * * *
    (adj.) = underripe

    Ex: Underripe and overripe melons had as much as 20% less lycopene than fully ripe melons, with maturity effects dependent on the variety.

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  • 347 poco materialista

    (adj.) = unworldly
    Ex. Love, by its very nature, is unworldly, and it is for this reason rather than its rarity that it is not only apolitical but anti-political.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unworldly

    Ex: Love, by its very nature, is unworldly, and it is for this reason rather than its rarity that it is not only apolitical but anti-political.

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  • 348 poco memorable

    (adj.) = forgettable
    Ex. The series can easily be described as forgettable and vastly undistinguished.
    * * *
    (adj.) = forgettable

    Ex: The series can easily be described as forgettable and vastly undistinguished.

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  • 349 poco mundano

    adj.
    unworldly.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unwordly
    Ex. There exist sets of duality in this philosophy; body versus soul, worldly versus unworldly and life versus salvation.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unwordly

    Ex: There exist sets of duality in this philosophy; body versus soul, worldly versus unworldly and life versus salvation.

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  • 350 poco más

    Ex. Without dedication, little else will be achieved.
    * * *

    Ex: Without dedication, little else will be achieved.

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  • 351 poco natural

    (adj.) = unnatural, stilted
    Ex. Hence, 'capitalism' is thought to have naturally emerged once the ' unnatural' fetters of feudalism were broken.
    Ex. His eccentricity was stilted and contrived.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unnatural, stilted

    Ex: Hence, 'capitalism' is thought to have naturally emerged once the ' unnatural' fetters of feudalism were broken.

    Ex: His eccentricity was stilted and contrived.

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  • 352 poco normal

    (adj.) = unnatural, unordinary, out of the ordinary
    Ex. Hence, 'capitalism' is thought to have naturally emerged once the ' unnatural' fetters of feudalism were broken.
    Ex. He developed an alternative and unordinary way of talking about out thoughts.
    Ex. In the past, there was a tendency to label a person as abnormal simply because he or she possessed traits that were considered out of the ordinary.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unnatural, unordinary, out of the ordinary

    Ex: Hence, 'capitalism' is thought to have naturally emerged once the ' unnatural' fetters of feudalism were broken.

    Ex: He developed an alternative and unordinary way of talking about out thoughts.
    Ex: In the past, there was a tendency to label a person as abnormal simply because he or she possessed traits that were considered out of the ordinary.

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  • 353 poco novedoso

    (adj.) = trite
    Ex. At the risk of sounding trite and a bit naive, I'd like to remind this group that the ISBD was also called, not for the cataloger's benefit, but as an international tool of bibliographic description.
    * * *
    (adj.) = trite

    Ex: At the risk of sounding trite and a bit naive, I'd like to remind this group that the ISBD was also called, not for the cataloger's benefit, but as an international tool of bibliographic description.

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  • 354 poco nítido

    (adj.) = untidy
    Ex. This system is designed to intrepret bank telexes, converting untidy natural language texts into standard-form records in a database.
    * * *
    (adj.) = untidy

    Ex: This system is designed to intrepret bank telexes, converting untidy natural language texts into standard-form records in a database.

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  • 355 poco original

    adj.
    unoriginal.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unoriginal
    Ex. Their terminology is confusing and unrealistic, and the ideas about education for librarianship are fanciful but unoriginal.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unoriginal

    Ex: Their terminology is confusing and unrealistic, and the ideas about education for librarianship are fanciful but unoriginal.

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  • 356 poco ortodoxo

    adj.
    unorthodox.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unorthodox
    Ex. Librarians are being urged to become more imaginative and less afraid of unorthodox ideas.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unorthodox

    Ex: Librarians are being urged to become more imaginative and less afraid of unorthodox ideas.

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  • 357 poco poblado

    adj.
    underpopulated, under-populated, uncrowded, uninhabited.
    * * *
    Ex. Powys is a very large, thinly populated, mountainous county in Wales where the archive office was established only in 1990.
    * * *

    Ex: Powys is a very large, thinly populated, mountainous county in Wales where the archive office was established only in 1990.

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  • 358 poco preparado

    (adj.) = underprepared
    Ex. They may be unfocused, underprepared, and not of a frame of mind to devote time and thoughtful energy to library research.
    * * *
    (adj.) = underprepared

    Ex: They may be unfocused, underprepared, and not of a frame of mind to devote time and thoughtful energy to library research.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco preparado

  • 359 poco probable

    adj.
    improbable, unlikely.
    intj.
    hardly.
    * * *
    = unlikely, far-fetched [farfetched]
    Ex. This has led to some unlikely liaisons.
    Ex. If the situation arises in Britain as in the United States, where there is a proliferation of TV channels, and many local television stations, then it is perhaps not too far-fetched to imagine some of these transmitting either specialized or local teletext information.
    * * *
    = unlikely, far-fetched [farfetched]

    Ex: This has led to some unlikely liaisons.

    Ex: If the situation arises in Britain as in the United States, where there is a proliferation of TV channels, and many local television stations, then it is perhaps not too far-fetched to imagine some of these transmitting either specialized or local teletext information.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco probable

  • 360 poco productivo

    (adj.) = unproductive
    Ex. Miss Visser comments that she underwent extensive training in preparation for automation, but feels that training given at too early a stage is unproductive.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unproductive

    Ex: Miss Visser comments that she underwent extensive training in preparation for automation, but feels that training given at too early a stage is unproductive.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco productivo

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