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  • 241 hacer todo lo posible para

    = every effort + be + made to
    Ex. Every effort is made to ensure continuity of index terms from one year to another = Se hace todo lo posible para asegurar la continuidad de los descriptores de un año para otro.
    * * *
    = every effort + be + made to

    Ex: Every effort is made to ensure continuity of index terms from one year to another = Se hace todo lo posible para asegurar la continuidad de los descriptores de un año para otro.

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  • 242 hacer todo lo que uno pueda

    (v.) = do + Posesivo + best, do + the best + Nombre + may, do + the best + Nombre + can, give + Posesivo + best
    Ex. She was determined that she would do her best to wriggle out from under the dunce cap he was trying to place on her.
    Ex. We are willing to try and do the best we may, however little or however much it may signify to any particular individual.
    Ex. We would suppose that we would like to do the best we can and get comment and input from you about the mistakes that are made.
    Ex. This year's football tournament was held on a very hot afternoon and all the teams gave their best despite the heat.
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    hacer todo lo que Uno pueda (dado)
    (v.) = do + the best possible (with)

    Ex: The library's approach has been to do the best possible with available resources.

    (v.) = do + Posesivo + best, do + the best + Nombre + may, do + the best + Nombre + can, give + Posesivo + best

    Ex: She was determined that she would do her best to wriggle out from under the dunce cap he was trying to place on her.

    Ex: We are willing to try and do the best we may, however little or however much it may signify to any particular individual.
    Ex: We would suppose that we would like to do the best we can and get comment and input from you about the mistakes that are made.
    Ex: This year's football tournament was held on a very hot afternoon and all the teams gave their best despite the heat.

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  • 243 jugarse el todo por el todo

    figurado to take the plunge
    ————————
    to stake everything one has
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    (v.) = take + the plunge, risk + life and limb
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Internet access to OCLC: should the smaller library take the Internet plunge?'.
    Ex. The draw of earning up to 30 pounds per cadaver without risking life or limb proved too tempting for some of the more barbarous resurrectionists, however, leading them to commit murder.
    * * *
    (v.) = take + the plunge, risk + life and limb

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Internet access to OCLC: should the smaller library take the Internet plunge?'.

    Ex: The draw of earning up to 30 pounds per cadaver without risking life or limb proved too tempting for some of the more barbarous resurrectionists, however, leading them to commit murder.

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  • 244 mareado

    adj.
    dizzy, giddy, airsick, carsick.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: marear.
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    1 (en general) sick; (en el coche) carsick; (en el mar) seasick; (en avión) airsick
    2 (aturdido) dizzy, giddy; (a punto de desmayarse) faint
    3 (bebido) tipsy
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    (f. - mareada)
    adj.
    2) sick
    * * *
    ADJ
    1)

    estar mareado(=con náuseas) to be o feel sick; [en coche] to be o feel carsick; [en barco] to be o feel seasick; [en avión] to be o feel airsick; (=aturdido) to feel dizzy

    2) (=achispado) tipsy
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    - da adjetivo
    a) (Med)

    está mareado — ( con náuseas) he's feeling sick o queasy; (con pérdida del equilibrio, etc) he's feeling dizzy o giddy; ( a punto de desmayarse) he's feeling faint

    * * *
    = light-headed, dizzy [dizzier -comp., dizziest -sup.], giddy [giddier -comp., giddiest -sup.], groggy [groggier -comp., groggiest -sup.].
    Ex. Despite the heaviness of the air -- the humidity, even at this early time of the day, was thick -- and the impressive Corinthian-columned facade of the library, she felt happy, almost light-headed.
    Ex. Claimants reported feeling dazed, confused, dizzy, disoriented, trouble concentrating, numbness or loss of sensation, and loss of memory for some of what happened.
    Ex. After rising to giddy heights, share prices of Internet companies have dropped.
    Ex. The groggy feeling you get after being awakened by an alarm is often the result of an interrupted sleep cycle.
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    * estar mareado de tanto trabajo = be reeling.
    * sentirse mareado = feel + giddy, feel + dizzy.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    a) (Med)

    está mareado — ( con náuseas) he's feeling sick o queasy; (con pérdida del equilibrio, etc) he's feeling dizzy o giddy; ( a punto de desmayarse) he's feeling faint

    * * *
    = light-headed, dizzy [dizzier -comp., dizziest -sup.], giddy [giddier -comp., giddiest -sup.], groggy [groggier -comp., groggiest -sup.].

    Ex: Despite the heaviness of the air -- the humidity, even at this early time of the day, was thick -- and the impressive Corinthian-columned facade of the library, she felt happy, almost light-headed.

    Ex: Claimants reported feeling dazed, confused, dizzy, disoriented, trouble concentrating, numbness or loss of sensation, and loss of memory for some of what happened.
    Ex: After rising to giddy heights, share prices of Internet companies have dropped.
    Ex: The groggy feeling you get after being awakened by an alarm is often the result of an interrupted sleep cycle.
    * estar mareado de tanto trabajo = be reeling.
    * sentirse mareado = feel + giddy, feel + dizzy.

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    mareado -da
    1 ( Med):
    está mareado (con náuseas) he's feeling sick o queasy; (con pérdida del equilibrio, etc) he's feeling dizzy o giddy; (a punto de desmayarse) he's feeling faint
    2
    (aturdido): me tienes mareado con tanta cháchara all your chatter is making my head spin
    estoy mareado con las fechas I'm in a real muddle o mess with these dates ( colloq)
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    Del verbo marear: ( conjugate marear)

    mareado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    mareado    
    marear
    mareado
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    a) (Med):

    está mareado ( con náuseas) he's feeling sick o queasy;


    (con pérdida del equilibrio, etc) he's feeling dizzy o giddy;
    ( a punto de desmayarse) he's feeling faint
    b) ( confundido):


    marear ( conjugate marear) verbo transitivo
    a) (Med) ( con náuseas) to make … feel sick o queasy;

    ( con pérdida de equilibrio) to make … dizzy
    b) ( confundir) to confuse, get … confused o muddled;


    marearse verbo pronominal

    (— en barco) to get seasick;
    (— en avión) to get airsick;
    ( perder el equilibrio) to feel dizzy;
    ( con alcohol) to get tipsy
    b) ( confundirse) to get muddled o confused

    mareado,-a adjetivo estoy mareado, (con ganas de vomitar) I feel sick
    (a punto de desmayarse) I feel dizzy
    marear verbo transitivo
    1 (producir náuseas) to make sick
    (producir desfallecimiento) to make dizzy
    2 fam (molestar) to confuse, puzzle: me marea con tanta orden contradictoria, he confuses me with all his contradictory orders
    ' mareado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    aturdir
    - mareada
    English:
    carsick
    - dizzy
    - faint
    - giddy
    - light-headed
    - queasy
    - seasick
    - sick
    - travel-sick
    - woozy
    - air
    - car
    - sea
    - travel
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    mareado, -a adj
    1.
    estar mareado [con náuseas] to feel sick o queasy;
    [en coche, avión] to feel travel-sick; [en barco] to feel seasick
    2. [aturdido] dizzy;
    tantas cifras lo han dejado mareado all these figures have made his head spin
    3. Fam [fastidiado] fed up, sick;
    estoy mareado con tanto niño de aquí para allá I'm sick of kids running around all over the place
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    adj
    :
    estoy mareado I feel nauseous, Br I feel sick; sin equilibrio I feel dizzy
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    mareado, -da adj
    1) : dizzy, lightheaded
    2) : queasy, nauseous
    3) : seasick
    * * *
    mareado adj
    2. (aturdido) dizzy [comp. dizzier; superl. dizziest]

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  • 245 por encima de todo

    above all
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    = at all costs, at any cost, at any price
    Ex. This article presents a decalogue of a librarian's faults: a library for the benefit of librarians; a library for the benefit of the management; a drive to obtain new technology at all costs; egotism of departments; egotism of libraries; dictatorship instead of management; working 'in silence'; putting on blinkers; laissez-faire; and wasteful use of time, people and resources.
    Ex. Illegal work practices aimed at achieving economic success at any cost were widespread.
    Ex. The new law would scrap the existing anti-scalping law and allow tickets to be resold at any price.
    * * *
    = at all costs, at any cost, at any price

    Ex: This article presents a decalogue of a librarian's faults: a library for the benefit of librarians; a library for the benefit of the management; a drive to obtain new technology at all costs; egotism of departments; egotism of libraries; dictatorship instead of management; working 'in silence'; putting on blinkers; laissez-faire; and wasteful use of time, people and resources.

    Ex: Illegal work practices aimed at achieving economic success at any cost were widespread.
    Ex: The new law would scrap the existing anti-scalping law and allow tickets to be resold at any price.

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  • 246 por todo

    all over
    * * *
    = all over, throughout, all the way through
    Ex. You do not do the users a lot of good when you send them jumping all over the catalog simply to draw together material.
    Ex. Throughout this chapter the term 'document' is used to refer to any item which might be found in a library or information center or data base.
    Ex. The first four tracks continue all the way through the conference.
    * * *
    = all over, throughout, all the way through

    Ex: You do not do the users a lot of good when you send them jumping all over the catalog simply to draw together material.

    Ex: Throughout this chapter the term 'document' is used to refer to any item which might be found in a library or information center or data base.
    Ex: The first four tracks continue all the way through the conference.

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  • 247 por todo el distrito

    (adj.) = district-wide [districtwide]
    Ex. The system is available district-wide via some 30 terminals spread over 7 major service points = El sistema está disponible por todo el distrito por medio de unas 30 terminales distribuidas en 7 principales puntos de servicio.
    * * *
    (adj.) = district-wide [districtwide]

    Ex: The system is available district-wide via some 30 terminals spread over 7 major service points = El sistema está disponible por todo el distrito por medio de unas 30 terminales distribuidas en 7 principales puntos de servicio.

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  • 248 por todo el gobierno

    (adj.) = government-wide
    Ex. It may be reasonable to commission a government-wide effort to define best practices for Web publishing = Puede que sea razonable solicitar que se haga un esfuerzo por todo el gobierno para definir las pautas a seguir para la publicación en la web.
    * * *

    Ex: It may be reasonable to commission a government-wide effort to define best practices for Web publishing = Puede que sea razonable solicitar que se haga un esfuerzo por todo el gobierno para definir las pautas a seguir para la publicación en la web.

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  • 249 por todo el mundo

    = worldwide [world-wide], around the world, across the globe, around the globe, across the world, around the planet, the world over
    Ex. In 1985 there were 889 million illiterates worldwide.
    Ex. Today, it is possible to connect a computer terminal to a wide range of online computer-stored data around the world.
    Ex. It is difficult to make comparisons between library services across the globe = Es difícil establecer comparaciones entre los servicios bibliocarios de todo el mundo.
    Ex. The OCLC bibliographic database has become one of the world's premier library resources, consulted an average of 65 times a second by users around the globe.
    Ex. Fragmentation, competition and division is giving way to unification and cooperation as knowledge, technology, and capital flows across the world.
    Ex. It is a shining center of culture and political influence without peer around the planet.
    Ex. Every scientist, social scientist or humanist draws upon the findings and the thoughts of his predecessors or his current colleagues the world over.
    * * *
    = worldwide [world-wide], around the world, across the globe, around the globe, across the world, around the planet, the world over

    Ex: In 1985 there were 889 million illiterates worldwide.

    Ex: Today, it is possible to connect a computer terminal to a wide range of online computer-stored data around the world.
    Ex: It is difficult to make comparisons between library services across the globe = Es difícil establecer comparaciones entre los servicios bibliocarios de todo el mundo.
    Ex: The OCLC bibliographic database has become one of the world's premier library resources, consulted an average of 65 times a second by users around the globe.
    Ex: Fragmentation, competition and division is giving way to unification and cooperation as knowledge, technology, and capital flows across the world.
    Ex: It is a shining center of culture and political influence without peer around the planet.
    Ex: Every scientist, social scientist or humanist draws upon the findings and the thoughts of his predecessors or his current colleagues the world over.

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  • 250 por todo lo alto

    figurado in a grand way
    * * *
    = grandly, on a grand scale
    Ex. I am convinced that China can hold this Olymipics game peacefully and grandly.
    Ex. A 'toxic combination' of poverty and social injustice is killing people on a grand scale, a World Health Organisation report said Thursday.
    * * *
    = grandly, on a grand scale

    Ex: I am convinced that China can hold this Olymipics game peacefully and grandly.

    Ex: A 'toxic combination' of poverty and social injustice is killing people on a grand scale, a World Health Organisation report said Thursday.

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  • 251 seguro a todo riesgo

    fully comprehensive insurance
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    (n.) = comprehensive insurance, all-risk insurance
    Ex. For example, comprehensive insurance covers damage to your car if it is stolen; or damaged by flood, fire, or animals.
    Ex. All-risk insurance covers direct physical loss to property insured unless the policy specifically excludes or limits the coverage.
    * * *
    (n.) = comprehensive insurance, all-risk insurance

    Ex: For example, comprehensive insurance covers damage to your car if it is stolen; or damaged by flood, fire, or animals.

    Ex: All-risk insurance covers direct physical loss to property insured unless the policy specifically excludes or limits the coverage.

    * * *
    all-risks insurance

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  • 252 ser todo corazón

    figurado to be all heart, be kindness itself
    * * *
    (v.) = have + a heart of gold
    Ex. Though my old man's a dustman he's got a heart of gold.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + a heart of gold

    Ex: Though my old man's a dustman he's got a heart of gold.

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  • 253 ser todo oídos

    to be all ears
    * * *
    crédito 1)
    * * *
    (v.) = be all ears
    Ex. Some have been referred to as being all ears, while others have been noted as being all mouth.
    * * *

    Ex: Some have been referred to as being all ears, while others have been noted as being all mouth.

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  • 254 sobre todo

    adv.
    most of all, chiefly, above all, above all else.
    prep.
    all over.
    * * *
    above all, especially
    * * *
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    = above all, above everything else, overwhelmingly, in particular, above all things
    Ex. Above all, we specified an inviting and functional, rather than impressive, building.
    Ex. The province of bibliography is, above everything else, to relate all this to the text which it was the author's original intention to have written.
    Ex. Overwhelmingly, librarians were seen as professionals with a service function.
    Ex. In particular, most were constructed before the ideas of facet analysis were developed.
    Ex. Above all things, this film is one woman's passionate protest against the thoughtless abuse of the weak by the strong.
    * * *
    = above all, above everything else, overwhelmingly, in particular, above all things

    Ex: Above all, we specified an inviting and functional, rather than impressive, building.

    Ex: The province of bibliography is, above everything else, to relate all this to the text which it was the author's original intention to have written.
    Ex: Overwhelmingly, librarians were seen as professionals with a service function.
    Ex: In particular, most were constructed before the ideas of facet analysis were developed.
    Ex: Above all things, this film is one woman's passionate protest against the thoughtless abuse of the weak by the strong.

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  • 255 todo bicho viviente

    familiar every living creature
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    = every living soul, everyone and their mother, every Tom, Dick and Harry
    Ex. The inherent nature of man is ever seeking to express itself in terms of freedom, because freedom is the birthright of every living Soul.
    Ex. Everyone and their mother (literally) will be ducking out from work early today to be with their nearest and dearest for the long weekend.
    Ex. It really is time we stopped kow-towing to every Tom, Dick and Harry who runs down our industry.
    * * *
    = every living soul, everyone and their mother, every Tom, Dick and Harry

    Ex: The inherent nature of man is ever seeking to express itself in terms of freedom, because freedom is the birthright of every living Soul.

    Ex: Everyone and their mother (literally) will be ducking out from work early today to be with their nearest and dearest for the long weekend.
    Ex: It really is time we stopped kow-towing to every Tom, Dick and Harry who runs down our industry.

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  • 256 todo dios

    familiar everybody
    * * *
    = every Tom, Dick and Harry, everyone and their mother
    Ex. It really is time we stopped kow-towing to every Tom, Dick and Harry who runs down our industry.
    Ex. Everyone and their mother (literally) will be ducking out from work early today to be with their nearest and dearest for the long weekend.
    * * *
    = every Tom, Dick and Harry, everyone and their mother

    Ex: It really is time we stopped kow-towing to every Tom, Dick and Harry who runs down our industry.

    Ex: Everyone and their mother (literally) will be ducking out from work early today to be with their nearest and dearest for the long weekend.

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  • 257 todo el mundo

    everybody
    * * *
    everyone, everybody
    * * *
    = all and sundry, every Tom, Dick and Harry, everybody, each and everyone
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Ingratiating yourself to all and sundry or how I crawled my way to notoriety'.
    Ex. It really is time we stopped kow-towing to every Tom, Dick and Harry who runs down our industry.
    Ex. Although recognising some such affinities between subjects, it is more difficult to find an overall order of main classes which suits everybody.
    Ex. The problem is that it benefits each and everyone, but none in particular.
    * * *
    = all and sundry, every Tom, Dick and Harry, everybody, each and everyone

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Ingratiating yourself to all and sundry or how I crawled my way to notoriety'.

    Ex: It really is time we stopped kow-towing to every Tom, Dick and Harry who runs down our industry.
    Ex: Although recognising some such affinities between subjects, it is more difficult to find an overall order of main classes which suits everybody.
    Ex: The problem is that it benefits each and everyone, but none in particular.

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  • 258 todo el tiempo

    = all of the time, left, right and centre, the whole time, all the while
    Ex. Many others besides Rothstein have suspected the truth of these figures for years, bearing in mind Robert Kennedy's hardbitten politician's conclusion that `one fifth of the people are against everything all of the time' = Muchos otros junto con Rothstein han sospechado durante años de la verdad de estos datos, teniendo presente la conclusión del político escarmentado Robert Kennedy de que "una quinta parte de la gente está en contra de todo siempre".
    Ex. It hasn't helped that the Americans are being so unilateralist and pulling out of treaties left, right and centre.
    Ex. The gentleman was sobbing his heart out the whole time but was totally transformed by the experience.
    Ex. The males are the ones who bob and bow and hop around, warbling all the while.
    * * *
    = all of the time, left, right and centre, the whole time, all the while

    Ex: Many others besides Rothstein have suspected the truth of these figures for years, bearing in mind Robert Kennedy's hardbitten politician's conclusion that `one fifth of the people are against everything all of the time' = Muchos otros junto con Rothstein han sospechado durante años de la verdad de estos datos, teniendo presente la conclusión del político escarmentado Robert Kennedy de que "una quinta parte de la gente está en contra de todo siempre".

    Ex: It hasn't helped that the Americans are being so unilateralist and pulling out of treaties left, right and centre.
    Ex: The gentleman was sobbing his heart out the whole time but was totally transformed by the experience.
    Ex: The males are the ones who bob and bow and hop around, warbling all the while.

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  • 259 todo es posible

    = all bets are off, the sky is the limit
    Ex. When it comes to independent comics from small presses, or from larger publishers who specialize in alternative comics, all bets are off = Cuando se trata de los comics independientes de pequeñas editoriales, o de grandes editoriales especializadas en tebeos alternativos, todo es posible.
    Ex. King Abdullah issued a statement saying that ' the sky is the limit' for the freedom of the press.
    * * *
    = all bets are off, the sky is the limit

    Ex: When it comes to independent comics from small presses, or from larger publishers who specialize in alternative comics, all bets are off = Cuando se trata de los comics independientes de pequeñas editoriales, o de grandes editoriales especializadas en tebeos alternativos, todo es posible.

    Ex: King Abdullah issued a statement saying that ' the sky is the limit' for the freedom of the press.

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  • 260 todo hijo de vecino

    familiar everyone, everyone else
    * * *
    = every Tom, Dick and Harry
    Ex. It really is time we stopped kow-towing to every Tom, Dick and Harry who runs down our industry.
    * * *
    = every Tom, Dick and Harry

    Ex: It really is time we stopped kow-towing to every Tom, Dick and Harry who runs down our industry.

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