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estanterías abarrotadas de adornos

  • 1 abarrotado

    adj.
    crammed, packed, completely full, crowded.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: abarrotar.
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    1→ link=abarrotar abarrotar
    1 (cosas) packed (de, with), crammed (de, with); (personas) jam-packed (de, with), packed (de, with)
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    (f. - abarrotada)
    adj.
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    ADJ [sala, tren] packed, jam-packed

    estar abarrotado de — [+ personas] to be packed o jam-packed with; [+ objetos] to be crammed o jam-packed with

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    - da adjetivo crammed, packed

    abarrotado de algo< de gente> packed o crammed with something

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    = congested, packed to capacity, overcrowded, bursting at the seams, stuffed looking, choc-a-block, chock-full, cluttered, densely packed, packed, packed to the rafters.
    Ex. To be sure, it still has its congeries of mills and factories, its grimy huddle of frame dwellings and congested tenements, its stark, jagged skyline, but its old face is gradually changing.
    Ex. His small foreign-made car strained with the added burden of an interior packed to capacity with personal belongings and a heavily laden U-Haul trailor attached to the rear.
    Ex. Cooperative storage of materials on a regional or national basis promises to become the best way of coping with overcrowded libraries.
    Ex. The library solved the problems of budget cuts, a library building bursting at the seams, and stock ill matched to some of the courses by switching to the use of on-line search services.
    Ex. As one librarian summarized, 'people are not into the stuffed looking, dingy, dust smelling type of libraries anymore... they expect atmospheres more like coffeehouses or nice bookstores'.
    Ex. The library was choc-a-block with celebrities and children as they swarmed to see the signing of the new Harry Potter book by its author.
    Ex. Herbal cancer remedy is chock-full of drugs.
    Ex. They found him in his habitually cluttered office, buried beneath stacks of paperwork.
    Ex. The square was humble and nondescript, part of a maze of narrow streets and densely packed shops and houses.
    Ex. Here and there, elderly citizens tend tiny, packed shops selling candy and chipped bottles of cold soda.
    Ex. The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.
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    * abarrotado (de) = teeming with, bursting with, jam-packed (with), filled to capacity.
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    - da adjetivo crammed, packed

    abarrotado de algo< de gente> packed o crammed with something

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    = congested, packed to capacity, overcrowded, bursting at the seams, stuffed looking, choc-a-block, chock-full, cluttered, densely packed, packed, packed to the rafters.

    Ex: To be sure, it still has its congeries of mills and factories, its grimy huddle of frame dwellings and congested tenements, its stark, jagged skyline, but its old face is gradually changing.

    Ex: His small foreign-made car strained with the added burden of an interior packed to capacity with personal belongings and a heavily laden U-Haul trailor attached to the rear.
    Ex: Cooperative storage of materials on a regional or national basis promises to become the best way of coping with overcrowded libraries.
    Ex: The library solved the problems of budget cuts, a library building bursting at the seams, and stock ill matched to some of the courses by switching to the use of on-line search services.
    Ex: As one librarian summarized, 'people are not into the stuffed looking, dingy, dust smelling type of libraries anymore... they expect atmospheres more like coffeehouses or nice bookstores'.
    Ex: The library was choc-a-block with celebrities and children as they swarmed to see the signing of the new Harry Potter book by its author.
    Ex: Herbal cancer remedy is chock-full of drugs.
    Ex: They found him in his habitually cluttered office, buried beneath stacks of paperwork.
    Ex: The square was humble and nondescript, part of a maze of narrow streets and densely packed shops and houses.
    Ex: Here and there, elderly citizens tend tiny, packed shops selling candy and chipped bottles of cold soda.
    Ex: The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.
    * abarrotado (de) = teeming with, bursting with, jam-packed (with), filled to capacity.

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    crammed, packed abarrotado DE algo packed o crammed WITH sth
    estanterías abarrotadas de adornos shelves crammed with ornaments
    el foyer estaba abarrotado de gente the foyer was packed with people
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    Del verbo abarrotar: ( conjugate abarrotar)

    abarrotado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    abarrotado    
    abarrotar
    abarrotado
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    crammed, packed;
    abarrotado de algo ‹ de gente› packed o crammed with sth
    abarrotar ( conjugate abarrotar) verbo transitivosala/teatro to pack
    abarrotado,-a adjetivo packed, crammed [de, with]: no pudimos entrar en el local, estaba abarrotado (de gente), we couldn't get into the place because it was jam-packed with people
    abarrotar verbo transitivo to pack, cram [de, with]: el público abarrotaba el teatro, the theatre was packed (with people)

    ' abarrotado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    abarrotada
    English:
    astir
    - chock-a-block
    - chock-full
    - overcrowded
    - swarm
    - cluttered
    - congested
    - crowded
    - over
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    abarrotado, -a adj
    1. [lleno] [teatro, autobús] packed (de with); [desván, baúl] crammed (de with)
    2. Ven
    estar abarrotado de trabajo to have a lot of work
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    I adj packed
    II partabarrotar
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    abarrotado, -da adj
    : packed, crammed

    Spanish-English dictionary > abarrotado

  • 2 adornos

    = trim.
    Ex. She uses alder bark for dye, whale sinew for thread, sealskin for trim, a tough piece of hide for a thimble, a sharpened ground-squirrel leg bone for a needle, and an awl made from moose antler.
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    = trim.

    Ex: She uses alder bark for dye, whale sinew for thread, sealskin for trim, a tough piece of hide for a thimble, a sharpened ground-squirrel leg bone for a needle, and an awl made from moose antler.

    Spanish-English dictionary > adornos

  • 3 bloque de estanterías

    (n.) = bank of shelves, tier
    Ex. Large guides to banks of shelving, typically placed on the end of the stack, but possibly also hung overhead or displayed in some other manner close to a bank of shelves.
    Ex. Each separate bookcase or tier should have a guide above the top shelf indicating the contents of that bookcase.
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    (n.) = bank of shelves, tier

    Ex: Large guides to banks of shelving, typically placed on the end of the stack, but possibly also hung overhead or displayed in some other manner close to a bank of shelves.

    Ex: Each separate bookcase or tier should have a guide above the top shelf indicating the contents of that bookcase.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bloque de estanterías

  • 4 cuerpo de estanterías

    (n.) = bay of shelves, range of shelving, range, bay of shelving
    Ex. Each section has its own bay of shelves.
    Ex. Compact shelving eliminates all but one aisle in any set of ranges of shelving.
    Ex. This article emphasises the fact that manufacturers of library shelving should recognise the need to move fully-loaded ranges when designing shelving for libraries.
    Ex. The new vehicle is equipped with an access wheelchair lift and a bay of shelving on a trolley which can be taken into the homes.
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    (n.) = bay of shelves, range of shelving, range, bay of shelving

    Ex: Each section has its own bay of shelves.

    Ex: Compact shelving eliminates all but one aisle in any set of ranges of shelving.
    Ex: This article emphasises the fact that manufacturers of library shelving should recognise the need to move fully-loaded ranges when designing shelving for libraries.
    Ex: The new vehicle is equipped with an access wheelchair lift and a bay of shelving on a trolley which can be taken into the homes.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cuerpo de estanterías

  • 5 cuerpo de estanterías por materia

    (n.) = subject bay
    Ex. All books, periodicals, etc., reference or lending, are shelved together in the appropriate subject bay where provision is made for study as well as browsing.
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    Ex: All books, periodicals, etc., reference or lending, are shelved together in the appropriate subject bay where provision is made for study as well as browsing.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cuerpo de estanterías por materia

  • 6 espacio dedicado a estanterías

    (n.) = stack space
    Ex. Preventive conservation involves the safe housing and handling of materials and includes the provision of optimum environmental conditions, adequate stack space and suitable storage containers for fragile materials.
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    Ex: Preventive conservation involves the safe housing and handling of materials and includes the provision of optimum environmental conditions, adequate stack space and suitable storage containers for fragile materials.

    Spanish-English dictionary > espacio dedicado a estanterías

  • 7 estanterías

    f.pl.
    shelves, shelving.
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    (n.) = bookshelves [bookshelf, -sing.], bookstacks [book stacks], shelving, stack area, stackroom [stack room, stack-room]
    Ex. By designing the floors to carry a superimposed live load of 6.5 Kn/m2, it is easy to move bookshelves, reader places and other library functions to any part of the building.
    Ex. On the two main reading floors the user is encouraged physically to pass through the bookstacks en route for the perimeter reading areas.
    Ex. Large guides to banks of shelving, typically placed on the end of the stack, but possibly also hung overhead or displayed in some other manner close to a bank of shelves.
    Ex. All these issues were successfully addressed by rearranging study, reference, and stack areas and enclosing a small office to create a more vibrant, reference oriented library environment.
    Ex. The lower level consists of the general workroom, librarian's office, bindery, stackroom, staff restroom, and soundproof listening rooms for students.
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    (n.) = bookshelves [bookshelf, -sing.], bookstacks [book stacks], shelving, stack area, stackroom [stack room, stack-room]

    Ex: By designing the floors to carry a superimposed live load of 6.5 Kn/m2, it is easy to move bookshelves, reader places and other library functions to any part of the building.

    Ex: On the two main reading floors the user is encouraged physically to pass through the bookstacks en route for the perimeter reading areas.
    Ex: Large guides to banks of shelving, typically placed on the end of the stack, but possibly also hung overhead or displayed in some other manner close to a bank of shelves.
    Ex: All these issues were successfully addressed by rearranging study, reference, and stack areas and enclosing a small office to create a more vibrant, reference oriented library environment.
    Ex: The lower level consists of the general workroom, librarian's office, bindery, stackroom, staff restroom, and soundproof listening rooms for students.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estanterías

  • 8 estanterías abiertas

    Ex. Feedback showed that microfilm open shelving had a definite advantage over cabinet storage.
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    Ex: Feedback showed that microfilm open shelving had a definite advantage over cabinet storage.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estanterías abiertas

  • 9 estanterías adosadas

    (n.) = stack, stack range
    Ex. Large guides to banks of shelving, typically placed on the end of the stack, but possibly also hung overhead or displayed in some other manner close to a bank of shelves.
    Ex. This article describes a special dolly designed to move stack ranges easily and quickly using a minimum of labour.
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    (n.) = stack, stack range

    Ex: Large guides to banks of shelving, typically placed on the end of the stack, but possibly also hung overhead or displayed in some other manner close to a bank of shelves.

    Ex: This article describes a special dolly designed to move stack ranges easily and quickly using a minimum of labour.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estanterías adosadas

  • 10 estanterías compactas

    Ex. Compact shelving is defined as moveable shelving driven, in the main, by electric power.
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    Ex: Compact shelving is defined as moveable shelving driven, in the main, by electric power.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estanterías compactas

  • 11 estanterías de libre acceso

    Ex. The cry is often heard that it is impossible to put nonbook materials on open shelves because they will be stolen.
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    Ex: The cry is often heard that it is impossible to put nonbook materials on open shelves because they will be stolen.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estanterías de libre acceso

  • 12 estanterías regulables

    Ex. It is always preferable to have adjustable shelving so that the distance between shelves can be altered to suit the stock.
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    Ex: It is always preferable to have adjustable shelving so that the distance between shelves can be altered to suit the stock.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estanterías regulables

  • 13 grupo de estanterías

    (n.) = stack, stack range
    Ex. Large guides to banks of shelving, typically placed on the end of the stack, but possibly also hung overhead or displayed in some other manner close to a bank of shelves.
    Ex. This article describes a special dolly designed to move stack ranges easily and quickly using a minimum of labour.
    * * *
    (n.) = stack, stack range

    Ex: Large guides to banks of shelving, typically placed on the end of the stack, but possibly also hung overhead or displayed in some other manner close to a bank of shelves.

    Ex: This article describes a special dolly designed to move stack ranges easily and quickly using a minimum of labour.

    Spanish-English dictionary > grupo de estanterías

  • 14 sin adornos

    adj.
    unadorned, plain, bare, no-frills.
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    (adj.) = unadorned, unvarnished
    Ex. Concrete illustrations are always better than unadorned abstract description.
    Ex. He presents us with an unvarnished look at their fanaticism.
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    (adj.) = unadorned, unvarnished

    Ex: Concrete illustrations are always better than unadorned abstract description.

    Ex: He presents us with an unvarnished look at their fanaticism.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sin adornos

  • 15 todos los adornos extras

    Ex. On the one hand, consumers want reliable software with all the bells and whistles and, on the other, they want that software to be affordable.
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    Ex: On the one hand, consumers want reliable software with all the bells and whistles and, on the other, they want that software to be affordable.

    Spanish-English dictionary > todos los adornos extras

  • 16 las estanterìas están llenas de polvo

    гл.
    общ. (se han llenado) на полках набралось много пыли

    Испанско-русский универсальный словарь > las estanterìas están llenas de polvo

  • 17 adornos de voluta

    • scrollwork

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > adornos de voluta

  • 18 adornos extravagantes

    • bells and whistles

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > adornos extravagantes

  • 19 adornos para el cuello

    • necktie
    • necrological

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > adornos para el cuello

  • 20 almacenaje en estanterías

    • shelf storage

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > almacenaje en estanterías


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