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  • 901 para empezar

    adv.
    to begin with, for a start, to start with.
    * * *
    to begin with
    * * *
    = for one, initially, to start with, to begin with, for starters, first off
    Ex. For one, the record is made by a moving beam of electrons rather than a moving pointer, for the reason that an electron beam can sweep across the picture very rapidly indeed.
    Ex. Initially, it is necessary that the scheme be published and available for purchase, and that its use is generally promoted.
    Ex. To start with, most catalogues, indexes, data bases and bibliographies provide access to information or documents.
    Ex. Copies tend to fade, especially if left exposed to daylight, and some of the colours are not strong to begin with.
    Ex. For starters, there isn't much money to find -- the state has a $100 million shortfall, and Guinn has ordered agencies to tighten their belts.
    Ex. First off, Pat said it wasn't her who complained.
    * * *
    = for one, initially, to start with, to begin with, for starters, first off

    Ex: For one, the record is made by a moving beam of electrons rather than a moving pointer, for the reason that an electron beam can sweep across the picture very rapidly indeed.

    Ex: Initially, it is necessary that the scheme be published and available for purchase, and that its use is generally promoted.
    Ex: To start with, most catalogues, indexes, data bases and bibliographies provide access to information or documents.
    Ex: Copies tend to fade, especially if left exposed to daylight, and some of the colours are not strong to begin with.
    Ex: For starters, there isn't much money to find -- the state has a $100 million shortfall, and Guinn has ordered agencies to tighten their belts.
    Ex: First off, Pat said it wasn't her who complained.

    Spanish-English dictionary > para empezar

  • 902 para entonces

    adv.
    by that time, by then.
    * * *
    by then
    * * *
    Ex. By then, in Britain, less than 10 universities had post-war libraries.
    * * *

    Ex: By then, in Britain, less than 10 universities had post-war libraries.

    Spanish-English dictionary > para entonces

  • 903 para más inri

    familiar to make things even worse, to cap it all, on top of that
    * * *
    = to cap it all (off), on top of everything else, but to make things worse, but to make matters worse
    Ex. To cap it all, when Crane became editor of the state library association magazine he appointed Hernandez production manager.
    Ex. On top of everything else, these corporations sponsor 'scientific' studies where their product is pitted against a worse convenience product.
    Ex. But to make things worse, a handwritten note scrawled at the bottom of the page explains what really happened after the study was approved.
    Ex. But to make matters worse, and as the drought rolls on, it is very likely that it won't rain again until October or November.
    * * *
    = to cap it all (off), on top of everything else, but to make things worse, but to make matters worse

    Ex: To cap it all, when Crane became editor of the state library association magazine he appointed Hernandez production manager.

    Ex: On top of everything else, these corporations sponsor 'scientific' studies where their product is pitted against a worse convenience product.
    Ex: But to make things worse, a handwritten note scrawled at the bottom of the page explains what really happened after the study was approved.
    Ex: But to make matters worse, and as the drought rolls on, it is very likely that it won't rain again until October or November.

    Spanish-English dictionary > para más inri

  • 904 para nada

    adv.
    1 at all.
    No quiero eso para nada I don't want that at all.
    2 to no purpose, to no end.
    intj.
    not at all.
    * * *
    = in vain, to no avail, without any avail, vainly, of no avail
    Ex. In vain I walked from one end of London to the other, and trod the 'stony-hearted streets' from morning to night, day after day.
    Ex. So when the user looked to no avail under all of these entries, he understandably concluded the library did not own the volume.
    Ex. I have been searching for a solution to this problem without any avail -- Maybe someone here can offer a suggestion?.
    Ex. A recitation of the best thought out principles for a cataloging code is easily drowned out by the clatter of a bank of direct access devices vainly searching for misplaced records.
    Ex. All medicines were tried but of no avail, he remained in his state of absolute forgetfulness of the world.
    * * *
    = in vain, to no avail, without any avail, vainly, of no avail

    Ex: In vain I walked from one end of London to the other, and trod the 'stony-hearted streets' from morning to night, day after day.

    Ex: So when the user looked to no avail under all of these entries, he understandably concluded the library did not own the volume.
    Ex: I have been searching for a solution to this problem without any avail -- Maybe someone here can offer a suggestion?.
    Ex: A recitation of the best thought out principles for a cataloging code is easily drowned out by the clatter of a bank of direct access devices vainly searching for misplaced records.
    Ex: All medicines were tried but of no avail, he remained in his state of absolute forgetfulness of the world.

    Spanish-English dictionary > para nada

  • 905 para no ser menos

    so as not to be outdone
    * * *
    Ex. Not to be outdone, the Library Council of Ireland is broadcasting a series of half-hour lectures to mark the 100th Anniversary of the first Carnegie Libraries in Ireland.
    * * *

    Ex: Not to be outdone, the Library Council of Ireland is broadcasting a series of half-hour lectures to mark the 100th Anniversary of the first Carnegie Libraries in Ireland.

    Spanish-English dictionary > para no ser menos

  • 906 para ordenadores personales

    (adj.) = microcomputer-based, PC-based
    Ex. Recently the popularisation of microcomputer-based desktop publishing (DTP) systems has significantly changed the techniques and economics of the publishing process.
    Ex. The article 'Of Wonderland and headless chickens' describes the functions of Alice, a PC-based library automation system offering cataloguing, enquiry, acquisitions, and periodicals control = El artículo "Sobre el país de las maravillas y los pollos sin cabeza" describe las funciones de Alice, un sistema de automatización de bibliotecas para ordenadores personales que permite la catalogación, las consultas, las adquisiciones y el control de publicaciones periódicas.
    * * *
    (adj.) = microcomputer-based, PC-based

    Ex: Recently the popularisation of microcomputer-based desktop publishing (DTP) systems has significantly changed the techniques and economics of the publishing process.

    Ex: The article 'Of Wonderland and headless chickens' describes the functions of Alice, a PC-based library automation system offering cataloguing, enquiry, acquisitions, and periodicals control = El artículo "Sobre el país de las maravillas y los pollos sin cabeza" describe las funciones de Alice, un sistema de automatización de bibliotecas para ordenadores personales que permite la catalogación, las consultas, las adquisiciones y el control de publicaciones periódicas.

    Spanish-English dictionary > para ordenadores personales

  • 907 para que

    adv.
    what for, wherefore, why.
    * * *
    so that
    * * *
    so that, in order to
    * * *
    = in order that, so that, seeing that
    Ex. In order that the plans be better understood, it is essential that the aims of the library be outlined first.
    Ex. This access is achieved by organising the tools so that a user may search under a specific access point or heading or index term, for example, subject term, author, name, title, date.
    Ex. He will be particularly employed, of course, as the chair of the session, seeing that the floor is not hogged by a few articulate public speakers.
    * * *
    = in order that, so that, seeing that

    Ex: In order that the plans be better understood, it is essential that the aims of the library be outlined first.

    Ex: This access is achieved by organising the tools so that a user may search under a specific access point or heading or index term, for example, subject term, author, name, title, date.
    Ex: He will be particularly employed, of course, as the chair of the session, seeing that the floor is not hogged by a few articulate public speakers.

    Spanish-English dictionary > para que

  • 908 para que así conste

    formal for the record
    * * *
    Ex. For the record, schools and libraries in the late 1960s recovered in excess of $10,000,000 from publishers and wholesalers as a result of unfair practices highlighted by Mr. Scilken.
    * * *

    Ex: For the record, schools and libraries in the late 1960s recovered in excess of $10,000,000 from publishers and wholesalers as a result of unfair practices highlighted by Mr. Scilken.

    Spanish-English dictionary > para que así conste

  • 909 para siempre

    adv.
    forever, for good, eternally, for ever.
    * * *
    forever, for good
    * * *
    * * *
    = forever, in perpetuity, for good, eternally, terminally, ever after
    Ex. Documents and information can be lost forever by faults in inputting.
    Ex. Image degradation is no longer a threat and the original can be reproduced in perpetuity with no loss of image quality.
    Ex. Libraries are beginning to recognize that customers have choices for their information needs nd that some of these choices are drawing customers away from the library in increasing numbers, and perhaps for good.
    Ex. It is evident that the candidates for everlasting youth will be eternally swindled.
    Ex. The gap between God's finger and Adam's in Michelangelo's Creation of Adam (Vatican, Sistine Chapel) reflects Adam's terminally imperfect state.
    Ex. The author focuses on debunking the Cinderella Myth -- that relates the tale of Cinderella who is abused and exploited until she finds Prince Charming and lives happily ever after.
    * * *
    = forever, in perpetuity, for good, eternally, terminally, ever after

    Ex: Documents and information can be lost forever by faults in inputting.

    Ex: Image degradation is no longer a threat and the original can be reproduced in perpetuity with no loss of image quality.
    Ex: Libraries are beginning to recognize that customers have choices for their information needs nd that some of these choices are drawing customers away from the library in increasing numbers, and perhaps for good.
    Ex: It is evident that the candidates for everlasting youth will be eternally swindled.
    Ex: The gap between God's finger and Adam's in Michelangelo's Creation of Adam (Vatican, Sistine Chapel) reflects Adam's terminally imperfect state.
    Ex: The author focuses on debunking the Cinderella Myth -- that relates the tale of Cinderella who is abused and exploited until she finds Prince Charming and lives happily ever after.

    Spanish-English dictionary > para siempre

  • 910 para sorpresa + Posesivo

    = to + Posesivo + surprise
    Ex. Many libraries have discovered to their surprise that any potential shrinkage is more than offset by new donations from patrons = Muchas bibliotecas han descubierto para su sorpresa que cualquier posible disminución se va más que compensada por las donaciones de los usuarios.
    * * *
    = to + Posesivo + surprise

    Ex: Many libraries have discovered to their surprise that any potential shrinkage is more than offset by new donations from patrons = Muchas bibliotecas han descubierto para su sorpresa que cualquier posible disminución se va más que compensada por las donaciones de los usuarios.

    Spanish-English dictionary > para sorpresa + Posesivo

  • 911 porche para guardar el coche

    (n.) = car port
    Ex. Arrange the list in strict alphabetical order by the word by word method: Carp, Carburettors, Car port, Cardiff, Car maintenance, Carpets, Cars, Carborundum, Carpet tiles, Car sales = Ordene la lista en orden alfabético estricto según el método de ordenación palabra por palabra: Carpas, Carburadores, Porche para guardar el coche, Cardiff, Cuidados del coche, Alfombras, Coches, Carborundo, Planchas de moqueta, Venta de coches.
    * * *
    (n.) = car port

    Ex: Arrange the list in strict alphabetical order by the word by word method: Carp, Carburettors, Car port, Cardiff, Car maintenance, Carpets, Cars, Carborundum, Carpet tiles, Car sales = Ordene la lista en orden alfabético estricto según el método de ordenación palabra por palabra: Carpas, Carburadores, Porche para guardar el coche, Cardiff, Cuidados del coche, Alfombras, Coches, Carborundo, Planchas de moqueta, Venta de coches.

    Spanish-English dictionary > porche para guardar el coche

  • 912 prepararse para

    v.
    1 to get ready for, to gear up for, to make preparations for, to make provision for.
    Ella se prepara para la fiesta She gets ready for the party.
    2 to become fit for, to brace for.
    Ella se prepara para la carrera She becomes fit for the race.
    3 to prepare to, to get about to.
    Ella se prepara para viajar She prepares to travel.
    4 to be trained for.
    Se nos prepara para matar We are trained for killing.
    * * *
    = gear up for, ready + Reflexivo + to/for, saddle up for, brace for, get + ready to
    Ex. Results show that the agencies are geared up for a one-way, top-down flow of information.
    Ex. Knowledge managers must ready themselves for dramatic changes and position all their services and activities carefully if they are to gain the full advantages of the technique.
    Ex. The article ' Saddle up for reading' describes a library reading and activity programme designed for children aged between 8 and 16 years.
    Ex. The Roman Catholic Church is bracing for a new public backlash after agreeing to participate for the first time in a television documentary series about the Inquisition.
    Ex. Residents are encouraged to get ready to make a splash, swim some laps, enjoy water aerobics or learn to swim at these facilities this summer.
    * * *
    = gear up for, ready + Reflexivo + to/for, saddle up for, brace for, get + ready to

    Ex: Results show that the agencies are geared up for a one-way, top-down flow of information.

    Ex: Knowledge managers must ready themselves for dramatic changes and position all their services and activities carefully if they are to gain the full advantages of the technique.
    Ex: The article ' Saddle up for reading' describes a library reading and activity programme designed for children aged between 8 and 16 years.
    Ex: The Roman Catholic Church is bracing for a new public backlash after agreeing to participate for the first time in a television documentary series about the Inquisition.
    Ex: Residents are encouraged to get ready to make a splash, swim some laps, enjoy water aerobics or learn to swim at these facilities this summer.

    Spanish-English dictionary > prepararse para

  • 913 que se está desintegrando

    (adj.) = crumbling, disintegrating
    Ex. We must now look beyond crumbling books to determine the deeper significance of our stewardship obligations for the future = Debemos mirar más allá de los libros en deterioro para determinar cuál es el verdadero significado de nuestras obligaciones para el futuro.
    Ex. For all Havana's crumbling structures, its disintegrating roads and toxin-belching jalopies, it attracts over a million tourists each year.
    * * *
    (adj.) = crumbling, disintegrating

    Ex: We must now look beyond crumbling books to determine the deeper significance of our stewardship obligations for the future = Debemos mirar más allá de los libros en deterioro para determinar cuál es el verdadero significado de nuestras obligaciones para el futuro.

    Ex: For all Havana's crumbling structures, its disintegrating roads and toxin-belching jalopies, it attracts over a million tourists each year.

    Spanish-English dictionary > que se está desintegrando

  • 914 queso para untar

    * * *
    (n.) = cream cheese
    Ex. Blend cream cheese with prepared horseradish for a nippy taste.
    * * *
    * * *

    Ex: Blend cream cheese with prepared horseradish for a nippy taste.

    * * *
    cheese spread

    Spanish-English dictionary > queso para untar

  • 915 residencia para familias

    Ex. This article discusses the process of implementing a telecommunications system in a universtiy campus which affected every office, dorm room, and family-residence on campus = Este artículo trata del proceso de implementación de un sistema de telecomunicaciones en un campus universitaria que afectó a todos y cada uno de los despachos, las habitaciones de residencia de estudiantes y las residencias para estudiantes con familia del campus.
    * * *

    Ex: This article discusses the process of implementing a telecommunications system in a universtiy campus which affected every office, dorm room, and family-residence on campus = Este artículo trata del proceso de implementación de un sistema de telecomunicaciones en un campus universitaria que afectó a todos y cada uno de los despachos, las habitaciones de residencia de estudiantes y las residencias para estudiantes con familia del campus.

    Spanish-English dictionary > residencia para familias

  • 916 servir para

    v.
    1 to be useful for, to be good for, to be good at, to avail for.
    2 to serve to.
    * * *
    to be used for, be for
    * * *
    (v.) = be instrumental in/to
    Ex. Co-operatives have then been instrumental in the development and introduction of new technology in libraries.
    * * *
    (v.) = be instrumental in/to

    Ex: Co-operatives have then been instrumental in the development and introduction of new technology in libraries.

    Spanish-English dictionary > servir para

  • 917 suficiente para todos

    Ex. Most children have a negative experience of books and this may be because there are not enough to go round = La mayoría de los niños tienen una experiencia negativa de los libros que se puede deber a que no hay bastantes para todos.
    * * *

    Ex: Most children have a negative experience of books and this may be because there are not enough to go round = La mayoría de los niños tienen una experiencia negativa de los libros que se puede deber a que no hay bastantes para todos.

    Spanish-English dictionary > suficiente para todos

  • 918 sólo para adultos

    for adults only
    * * *
    (adj.) = X-rated
    Ex. The title of the workshop is ' X-rated free access to information and freedom of expression'.
    * * *
    (adj.) = X-rated

    Ex: The title of the workshop is ' X-rated free access to information and freedom of expression'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sólo para adultos

  • 919 terreno para construir

    Ex. Capital expenditure includes expenditure on building sites, new buildings and extensions, furnishings and equipment, computer systems (hardware and software), etc = La inversión de capital incluye el gasto en terrenos para construir, nuevas construcciones y ampliaciones, mobiliario y equipo, sistemas informáticos (hardware y software), etc.
    * * *

    Ex: Capital expenditure includes expenditure on building sites, new buildings and extensions, furnishings and equipment, computer systems (hardware and software), etc = La inversión de capital incluye el gasto en terrenos para construir, nuevas construcciones y ampliaciones, mobiliario y equipo, sistemas informáticos (hardware y software), etc.

    Spanish-English dictionary > terreno para construir

  • 920 una única fuente para Algo

    (n.) = one-stop, one-stop shopping, one stop shop
    Ex. It is desirable that they be treated as parts of a single serials record, since this will provide a 'one-stop' file containing all the relevant data, and will produce a file with a number of funtions.
    Ex. The development of a strategy to promote all these systems as one-stop information shopping was a key ingredient to success.
    Ex. The service was initiated in 1992 to provide a local ' one stop shop' access to business support and information services for every firm in England = El servicio se inició en 1992 para ofrecer un única fuente de acceso local de apoyo empresarial y de servicios de información para todas las empresas de Inglaterra.
    * * *
    (n.) = one-stop, one-stop shopping, one stop shop

    Ex: It is desirable that they be treated as parts of a single serials record, since this will provide a 'one-stop' file containing all the relevant data, and will produce a file with a number of funtions.

    Ex: The development of a strategy to promote all these systems as one-stop information shopping was a key ingredient to success.
    Ex: The service was initiated in 1992 to provide a local ' one stop shop' access to business support and information services for every firm in England = El servicio se inició en 1992 para ofrecer un única fuente de acceso local de apoyo empresarial y de servicios de información para todas las empresas de Inglaterra.

    Spanish-English dictionary > una única fuente para Algo


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