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  • 361 poco profesional

    adj.
    unprofessional, amateurish.
    * * *
    (adj.) = amateurish, unprofessional
    Ex. The current practice of promotion and projection of public library services tends to be amateurish, piecemeal, unsustained and difficult to evaluate.
    Ex. It was not explained why it was considered unprofessional for an experienced reference librarian to do the same at a much higher level.
    * * *
    (adj.) = amateurish, unprofessional

    Ex: The current practice of promotion and projection of public library services tends to be amateurish, piecemeal, unsustained and difficult to evaluate.

    Ex: It was not explained why it was considered unprofessional for an experienced reference librarian to do the same at a much higher level.

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  • 362 poco profundo

    adj.
    shallow, shoal.
    * * *
    (adj.) = shallow [shallower -comp., shallowest -sup.]
    Ex. Overall, a shallow view of life will produce a shallow penetration into experience.
    * * *
    (adj.) = shallow [shallower -comp., shallowest -sup.]

    Ex: Overall, a shallow view of life will produce a shallow penetration into experience.

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  • 363 poco prometedor

    adj.
    not very promising, unpromising, bleak, no-win.
    * * *
    (adj.) = bleak, unpromising
    Ex. The projections of qualified manpower into the year 2000 are bleak for personnel based industries.
    Ex. If good buildings are erected, even in unpromising neighbourhoods, the subsequent social benefits and positive political responses may restore libraries to the eminence they once enjoyed.
    * * *
    (adj.) = bleak, unpromising

    Ex: The projections of qualified manpower into the year 2000 are bleak for personnel based industries.

    Ex: If good buildings are erected, even in unpromising neighbourhoods, the subsequent social benefits and positive political responses may restore libraries to the eminence they once enjoyed.

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  • 364 poco provechoso

    adj.
    unbeneficial, unadvantageous, unprofitable.
    * * *
    (adj.) = fruitless, unrewarding
    Ex. It is fruitless trying to revise the subjects represented in a scheme, unless a notation can be appended to any new or modified subjects.
    Ex. In its first 2-3 years the centre concentrated on individual inventors, but found this unrewarding.
    * * *
    (adj.) = fruitless, unrewarding

    Ex: It is fruitless trying to revise the subjects represented in a scheme, unless a notation can be appended to any new or modified subjects.

    Ex: In its first 2-3 years the centre concentrated on individual inventors, but found this unrewarding.

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  • 365 poco prudente

    (adj.) = ill-advised, ill-judged
    Ex. The cost implications of ill-advised or hastily prepared rules for American libraries catalogs would grossly transcend any short expenditures.
    Ex. The announcement has been criticised by the Institute of Physics, which said the university was making a 'precipitous and ill-judged' move.
    * * *
    (adj.) = ill-advised, ill-judged

    Ex: The cost implications of ill-advised or hastily prepared rules for American libraries catalogs would grossly transcend any short expenditures.

    Ex: The announcement has been criticised by the Institute of Physics, which said the university was making a 'precipitous and ill-judged' move.

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  • 366 poco práctico

    adj.
    impractical, not practical, unpractical.
    * * *
    (adj.) = impractical, awkward
    Ex. In a real library situation you would, of course, have the documents themselves but this is impractical in a course of this nature.
    Ex. Access is impaired by archaic, awkward, or simply strange headings that most normal persons would never look for on their first try.
    * * *
    (adj.) = impractical, awkward

    Ex: In a real library situation you would, of course, have the documents themselves but this is impractical in a course of this nature.

    Ex: Access is impaired by archaic, awkward, or simply strange headings that most normal persons would never look for on their first try.

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  • 367 poco pulido

    (adj.) = unpolished
    Ex. It seems too rush, too unpolished to be a final product.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unpolished

    Ex: It seems too rush, too unpolished to be a final product.

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  • 368 poco razonable

    adj.
    unreasonable, illogical, implausible.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unreasonable
    Ex. However, in general, it is unreasonable to expect a user to know the ISBN of a book.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unreasonable

    Ex: However, in general, it is unreasonable to expect a user to know the ISBN of a book.

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  • 369 poco realista

    adj.
    unrealistic, airy-fairy.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unrealistic, unreal, unwordly, way out in left field, airy-fairy
    Ex. This may be an unrealistic expectation.
    Ex. Once an early proponent of cyberspace he now argues that computer networks offer an unreal universe luring people to waste their time on earth.
    Ex. There exist sets of duality in this philosophy; body versus soul, worldly versus unworldly and life versus salvation.
    Ex. From this chance observation, Kazantsev drew two conclusions: one dead on target, the other, way out in left field.
    Ex. Home Secretary David Blunkett says an ' airy fairy, libertarian' view of the world is no good for fighting terrorism.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unrealistic, unreal, unwordly, way out in left field, airy-fairy

    Ex: This may be an unrealistic expectation.

    Ex: Once an early proponent of cyberspace he now argues that computer networks offer an unreal universe luring people to waste their time on earth.
    Ex: There exist sets of duality in this philosophy; body versus soul, worldly versus unworldly and life versus salvation.
    Ex: From this chance observation, Kazantsev drew two conclusions: one dead on target, the other, way out in left field.
    Ex: Home Secretary David Blunkett says an ' airy fairy, libertarian' view of the world is no good for fighting terrorism.

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  • 370 poco recomendable

    adj.
    not suggested by the court.
    * * *
    (adj.) = inadvisable
    Ex. Then, if videotex systems merge with other existing automated systems it would seem inadvisable to offer a system with inferior retrieval performance.
    * * *
    (adj.) = inadvisable

    Ex: Then, if videotex systems merge with other existing automated systems it would seem inadvisable to offer a system with inferior retrieval performance.

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  • 371 poco refinado

    adj.
    rough, coarse, uncouth.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unrefined, unpolished
    Ex. The main list of index terms is the core of the thesaurus and can be expected to feature in any thesaurus however elementary or unrefined.
    Ex. It seems too rush, too unpolished to be a final product.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unrefined, unpolished

    Ex: The main list of index terms is the core of the thesaurus and can be expected to feature in any thesaurus however elementary or unrefined.

    Ex: It seems too rush, too unpolished to be a final product.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco refinado

  • 372 poco rentable

    adj.
    low-yield, low-yielding.
    * * *
    (adj.) = uneconomical
    Ex. If you pause to think of all the form concepts you will soon realize that this policy would result in a massive and uneconomical number of rather unhelpful index entries.
    * * *
    (adj.) = uneconomical

    Ex: If you pause to think of all the form concepts you will soon realize that this policy would result in a massive and uneconomical number of rather unhelpful index entries.

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  • 373 poco representativo

    adj.
    unrepresentative.
    * * *
    Ex. Critics claimed that DC was being distorted to satisfy the extreme views of an unrepresentative group.
    * * *

    Ex: Critics claimed that DC was being distorted to satisfy the extreme views of an unrepresentative group.

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  • 374 poco romántico

    adj.
    unromantic, down-to-earth.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unromantic
    Ex. Very common among young people is the belief that taken precautions in advance of intercourse is cold, calculating and unromantic.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unromantic

    Ex: Very common among young people is the belief that taken precautions in advance of intercourse is cold, calculating and unromantic.

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  • 375 poco sabido

    (adj.) = little known
    Ex. Coleridge-Taylor died tragically early, leaving behind a wealth of little known music.
    * * *
    (adj.) = little known

    Ex: Coleridge-Taylor died tragically early, leaving behind a wealth of little known music.

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  • 376 poco saludable

    adj.
    unsound, weak in body.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unwholesome, insalubrious
    Ex. The text raises the possibility that there might be something unwholesome in the Buddhist obsession with hell.
    Ex. Specific actions are those which are intended to reinforce the fight against specific medical conditions related to insalubrious living.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unwholesome, insalubrious

    Ex: The text raises the possibility that there might be something unwholesome in the Buddhist obsession with hell.

    Ex: Specific actions are those which are intended to reinforce the fight against specific medical conditions related to insalubrious living.

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  • 377 poco sano

    (adj.) = unwholesome, insalubrious
    Ex. The text raises the possibility that there might be something unwholesome in the Buddhist obsession with hell.
    Ex. Specific actions are those which are intended to reinforce the fight against specific medical conditions related to insalubrious living.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unwholesome, insalubrious

    Ex: The text raises the possibility that there might be something unwholesome in the Buddhist obsession with hell.

    Ex: Specific actions are those which are intended to reinforce the fight against specific medical conditions related to insalubrious living.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco sano

  • 378 poco seguro

    adj.
    unsure, dubious.
    * * *
    (adj.) = dicey [dicier -comp., diciest -sup.]
    Ex. Predicting the future is dicey.
    * * *
    (adj.) = dicey [dicier -comp., diciest -sup.]

    Ex: Predicting the future is dicey.

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  • 379 poco sensato

    (adj.) = ill-advised, injudicious, ill-judged
    Ex. The cost implications of ill-advised or hastily prepared rules for American libraries catalogs would grossly transcend any short expenditures.
    Ex. The author concludes that, although valuable CAL resources had been produced during both projects, over reliance on email is injudicious.
    Ex. The announcement has been criticised by the Institute of Physics, which said the university was making a 'precipitous and ill-judged' move.
    * * *
    (adj.) = ill-advised, injudicious, ill-judged

    Ex: The cost implications of ill-advised or hastily prepared rules for American libraries catalogs would grossly transcend any short expenditures.

    Ex: The author concludes that, although valuable CAL resources had been produced during both projects, over reliance on email is injudicious.
    Ex: The announcement has been criticised by the Institute of Physics, which said the university was making a 'precipitous and ill-judged' move.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco sensato

  • 380 poco sentimental

    adj.
    unsentimental, hardened, tough-minded, without feelings.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unsentimental
    Ex. Books which portray these self-same tasks in an unsentimental, believable way, can influence the manner in which girls cope with similar personal experiences.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unsentimental

    Ex: Books which portray these self-same tasks in an unsentimental, believable way, can influence the manner in which girls cope with similar personal experiences.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco sentimental

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