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facilitated

  • 1 EURONET

    Ex. Access to host in Europe is facilitated by EURONET.
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    * Lenguaje Común de Instrucción de EURONET = EURONET Common Command Language.
    * * *

    Ex: Access to host in Europe is facilitated by EURONET.

    * Lenguaje Común de Instrucción de EURONET = EURONET Common Command Language.

    Spanish-English dictionary > EURONET

  • 2 asistido

    adj.
    1 assisted.
    2 power-assisted.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: asistir.
    * * *
    1→ link=asistir asistir
    1 assisted
    \
    asistido,-a por ordenador computer-assisted
    * * *
    asistido, -a
    1.
    ADJ
    2.
    SM / F And, Méx boarder, lodger, resident
    * * *
    - da adjetivo assisted
    * * *
    = assisted, facilitated.
    Ex. For example, with such a system a change of the heading AEROPLANES -- assisted TAKE-OFF in figure 7 would without further effort be reflected in the six associated cross-reference records.
    Ex. The author reports on the key findings from a series of facilitated meetings held to gather information from those working in and with libraries of all types in Illinois.
    ----
    * aprendizaje asistido por ordenador (CAL) = computer-assisted learning (CAL).
    * asistido por el ordenador = machine-negotiated.
    * asistido por láser = laser-assisted.
    * asistido por operador = operator-assisted.
    * asistido por ordenador = computer-mediated, computer-supported, computer-assisted, computer-aided.
    * dirección asistida = power steering, power-assisted steering.
    * enseñanza asistida por ordenador (CAI) = computer-assisted instruction (CAI).
    * MARS (Servicio de Referencia Asistido por Ordenador) = MARS (Machine Assisted Reference Service).
    * muerte asistida = assisted death, assisted dying.
    * reproducción asistida = assisted reproduction.
    * suicidio asistido = assisted suicide.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo assisted
    * * *
    = assisted, facilitated.

    Ex: For example, with such a system a change of the heading AEROPLANES -- assisted TAKE-OFF in figure 7 would without further effort be reflected in the six associated cross-reference records.

    Ex: The author reports on the key findings from a series of facilitated meetings held to gather information from those working in and with libraries of all types in Illinois.
    * aprendizaje asistido por ordenador (CAL) = computer-assisted learning (CAL).
    * asistido por el ordenador = machine-negotiated.
    * asistido por láser = laser-assisted.
    * asistido por operador = operator-assisted.
    * asistido por ordenador = computer-mediated, computer-supported, computer-assisted, computer-aided.
    * dirección asistida = power steering, power-assisted steering.
    * enseñanza asistida por ordenador (CAI) = computer-assisted instruction (CAI).
    * MARS (Servicio de Referencia Asistido por Ordenador) = MARS (Machine Assisted Reference Service).
    * muerte asistida = assisted death, assisted dying.
    * reproducción asistida = assisted reproduction.
    * suicidio asistido = assisted suicide.

    * * *
    assisted dirección, freno
    * * *

    Del verbo asistir: ( conjugate asistir)

    asistido es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    asistido    
    asistir
    asistido
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    assisted
    asistir ( conjugate asistir) verbo intransitivo ( estar presente) asistido a algo ‹a reunión/acto/clases to attend sth;
    asistió a una sola clase he only came/went to one class;
    asistido a misa to go to o attend Mass
    verbo transitivo (frml) ( ayudar): en el consulado lo asistidoán you will receive assistance at the consulate (frml);
    asistido a los pobres to care for the poor
    asistir
    I verbo transitivo to assist, help
    Med to attend
    III verbo intransitivo to attend [a, -]

    ' asistido' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ordenador
    English:
    CAD
    - computer-assisted
    - conversational
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    asistido, -a adj
    [respiración, reproducción] assisted; [fecundación] artificial

    Spanish-English dictionary > asistido

  • 3 cambio cualitativo

    m.
    qualitative change, shift.
    * * *
    (n.) = step change, qualitative change
    Ex. Many new learning resource centres have facilitated a ' step change' in learning support provision within their institutions = Muchos centros de recursos para el aprendizaje nuevos han facilitado un ' cambio cualitativo' en la ayuda para el aprendizaje dentro de sus instituciones.
    Ex. Important quantitative and qualitative changes are affecting employment in the telecommunications industry worldwide.
    * * *
    (n.) = step change, qualitative change

    Ex: Many new learning resource centres have facilitated a ' step change' in learning support provision within their institutions = Muchos centros de recursos para el aprendizaje nuevos han facilitado un ' cambio cualitativo' en la ayuda para el aprendizaje dentro de sus instituciones.

    Ex: Important quantitative and qualitative changes are affecting employment in the telecommunications industry worldwide.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cambio cualitativo

  • 4 cuarto2

    2 = room.
    Ex. The open-plan flexible library can be enonomical since overseeing is facilitated by the openness rather than be dividing the building into rooms or halls, thereby requiring less staff.
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    * armario de cuarto de baño = bathroom cabinet.
    * cuarto de baño = bathroom.
    * cuarto de huéspedes = spare room, guest room.
    * cuarto de invitados = spare room, guest room.
    * cuarto de juegos = playroom.
    * cuarto de los juguetes = playroom.
    * cuarto oscuro = darkroom.
    * cuarto oscuro de fotografía = photographic darkroom.
    * cuarto para visitas = spare room, guest room.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cuarto2

  • 5 de diseño abierto

    = open-plan, open-planned
    Ex. The open-plan flexible library can be enonomical since overseeing is facilitated by the openness rather than be dividing the building into rooms or halls, thereby requiring less staff.
    Ex. In an open-planned building designed flexibly to cater for adaptations, the librarian is not inhibited for making changes or instituting experiments.
    * * *
    = open-plan, open-planned

    Ex: The open-plan flexible library can be enonomical since overseeing is facilitated by the openness rather than be dividing the building into rooms or halls, thereby requiring less staff.

    Ex: In an open-planned building designed flexibly to cater for adaptations, the librarian is not inhibited for making changes or instituting experiments.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de diseño abierto

  • 6 de plan abierto

    = open-plan, open-planned
    Ex. The open-plan flexible library can be enonomical since overseeing is facilitated by the openness rather than be dividing the building into rooms or halls, thereby requiring less staff.
    Ex. In an open-planned building designed flexibly to cater for adaptations, the librarian is not inhibited for making changes or instituting experiments.
    * * *
    = open-plan, open-planned

    Ex: The open-plan flexible library can be enonomical since overseeing is facilitated by the openness rather than be dividing the building into rooms or halls, thereby requiring less staff.

    Ex: In an open-planned building designed flexibly to cater for adaptations, the librarian is not inhibited for making changes or instituting experiments.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de plan abierto

  • 7 deficiencia visual

    (n.) = visual impairment, visual disability
    Ex. Information access for people with a visual impairment can be facilitated through the provision of alternative format materials.
    Ex. Many educators have approached the subject of visual disabilities by constructing activities designed to simulate blindness, using a blindfold or similar device.
    * * *
    (n.) = visual impairment, visual disability

    Ex: Information access for people with a visual impairment can be facilitated through the provision of alternative format materials.

    Ex: Many educators have approached the subject of visual disabilities by constructing activities designed to simulate blindness, using a blindfold or similar device.

    Spanish-English dictionary > deficiencia visual

  • 8 departamental

    adj.
    departmental.
    * * *
    1 departmental
    * * *
    * * *
    Ex. By grouping faculty, regardless of departmental affiliation, the process of establishing useful interdisciplinary groups within a university more objectively is facilitated.
    ----
    * biblioteca departamental = departmental library.
    * * *

    Ex: By grouping faculty, regardless of departmental affiliation, the process of establishing useful interdisciplinary groups within a university more objectively is facilitated.

    * biblioteca departamental = departmental library.

    * * *
    departmental
    * * *
    departmental
    * * *
    1) : departmental
    2)
    tienda departamental Mex : department store

    Spanish-English dictionary > departamental

  • 9 dirigido

    adj.
    guided.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: dirigir.
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    ADJ [misil] guided
    * * *
    = guided, facilitated.
    Ex. Our need is not for guided and controlled instruction, that is to say, for indoctrination.
    Ex. The author reports on the key findings from a series of facilitated meetings held to gather information from those working in and with libraries of all types in Illinois.
    ----
    * actividad dirigida a recabar fondos = fundraiser [fund-raiser].
    * base de datos dirigida a un mercado específico = niche database.
    * bibliotecario encargado de los servicios dirigidos a la comunidad = community services librarian.
    * bien dirigido = well-regulated.
    * dirigido a la comunidad = community-based.
    * dirigido a la gente = people-oriented, people-centred, people-centric, people-driven.
    * dirigido a las personas = people-centred, people-oriented.
    * dirigido al consumidor = consumer-oriented.
    * dirigido al proveedor = supplier-oriented.
    * dirigido al público = public-oriented.
    * dirigido al pueblo = people-driven.
    * dirigido al usuario = user-orientated, client-directed, user-oriented, user-driven.
    * dirigido a obtener resultados = results-oriented.
    * dirigido a un sector de la población específico = sector-orientated.
    * dirigido hacia los demás = other-oriented.
    * dirigido hacia uno mismo = self-oriented.
    * dirigido por uno mismo = self-directed.
    * grupo de usuarios al que va dirigido = target user group.
    * ir dirigido a = be geared to, aim at.
    * público al que va dirigido = intended audience, subject audience, target audience, targeted audience.
    * que van dirigidos hacia el exterior = outbound.
    * * *
    = guided, facilitated.

    Ex: Our need is not for guided and controlled instruction, that is to say, for indoctrination.

    Ex: The author reports on the key findings from a series of facilitated meetings held to gather information from those working in and with libraries of all types in Illinois.
    * actividad dirigida a recabar fondos = fundraiser [fund-raiser].
    * base de datos dirigida a un mercado específico = niche database.
    * bibliotecario encargado de los servicios dirigidos a la comunidad = community services librarian.
    * bien dirigido = well-regulated.
    * dirigido a la comunidad = community-based.
    * dirigido a la gente = people-oriented, people-centred, people-centric, people-driven.
    * dirigido a las personas = people-centred, people-oriented.
    * dirigido al consumidor = consumer-oriented.
    * dirigido al proveedor = supplier-oriented.
    * dirigido al público = public-oriented.
    * dirigido al pueblo = people-driven.
    * dirigido al usuario = user-orientated, client-directed, user-oriented, user-driven.
    * dirigido a obtener resultados = results-oriented.
    * dirigido a un sector de la población específico = sector-orientated.
    * dirigido hacia los demás = other-oriented.
    * dirigido hacia uno mismo = self-oriented.
    * dirigido por uno mismo = self-directed.
    * grupo de usuarios al que va dirigido = target user group.
    * ir dirigido a = be geared to, aim at.
    * público al que va dirigido = intended audience, subject audience, target audience, targeted audience.
    * que van dirigidos hacia el exterior = outbound.

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    dirigido, -a adj
    1. [carta, paquete]
    dirigido a addressed to
    2.
    dirigido por [empresa] managed by;
    [colegio, cárcel, periódico] run by; [película] directed by; [orquesta] conducted by

    Spanish-English dictionary > dirigido

  • 10 habitación

    f.
    1 room, chamber, hall.
    2 habitation, domicile, dwelling, house.
    * * *
    1 (gen) room
    2 (dormitorio) bedroom
    3 BIOLOGÍA habitat
    \
    habitación doble double room
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    noun f.
    1) room
    3) habitation, dwelling
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=cuarto) room

    habitación de matrimonio, habitación doble — double room

    2) (Bio) habitat, habitation
    * * *
    a) ( cuarto) room; ( dormitorio) bedroom

    habitación individual/doble — single/double room

    b) ( acción) habitation; ( hábitat) habitat
    * * *
    = room, suite.
    Ex. The open-plan flexible library can be enonomical since overseeing is facilitated by the openness rather than be dividing the building into rooms or halls, thereby requiring less staff.
    Ex. The centre includes information in many formats, computers, audiovisual facilities, a recording studio and an editing suite.
    ----
    * alquilar habitaciones = take in + lodgers.
    * comida y habitación = board and lodging.
    * compañero de habitación = roommate.
    * en habitación doble = double occupancy.
    * en habitación individual = single occupancy.
    * en la misma habitación = ensuite.
    * en la propia habitación = ensuite.
    * habitación con cama doble = double room.
    * habitación de estudio = private study, study facilities.
    * habitación de hotel = guest room.
    * habitación de matrimonio = double room.
    * habitación de residencia de estudiantes = dorm room.
    * habitación doble = twin room, double bedroom.
    * habitación llena de = roomful.
    * habitación para cambiar bebés = baby changing room.
    * habitación para practicar con instrumentos musicales = room for music-making.
    * habitación sencilla = single room.
    * precio de la habitación = room rate.
    * reservar una habitación = book + room.
    * servicio de habitaciones = room service.
    * * *
    a) ( cuarto) room; ( dormitorio) bedroom

    habitación individual/doble — single/double room

    b) ( acción) habitation; ( hábitat) habitat
    * * *
    = room, suite.

    Ex: The open-plan flexible library can be enonomical since overseeing is facilitated by the openness rather than be dividing the building into rooms or halls, thereby requiring less staff.

    Ex: The centre includes information in many formats, computers, audiovisual facilities, a recording studio and an editing suite.
    * alquilar habitaciones = take in + lodgers.
    * comida y habitación = board and lodging.
    * compañero de habitación = roommate.
    * en habitación doble = double occupancy.
    * en habitación individual = single occupancy.
    * en la misma habitación = ensuite.
    * en la propia habitación = ensuite.
    * habitación con cama doble = double room.
    * habitación de estudio = private study, study facilities.
    * habitación de hotel = guest room.
    * habitación de matrimonio = double room.
    * habitación de residencia de estudiantes = dorm room.
    * habitación doble = twin room, double bedroom.
    * habitación llena de = roomful.
    * habitación para cambiar bebés = baby changing room.
    * habitación para practicar con instrumentos musicales = room for music-making.
    * habitación sencilla = single room.
    * precio de la habitación = room rate.
    * reservar una habitación = book + room.
    * servicio de habitaciones = room service.

    * * *
    1 (cuarto) room; (dormitorio) bedroom
    cinco habitaciones, cocina y baño five rooms, plus kitchen and bathroom
    comparto la habitación con mi hermana I share the room with my sister
    [ S ] habitaciones libres vacancies
    ¿tienen habitaciones libres? do you have any rooms free?
    habitación individual/doble single/double room
    habitación con baño room with bath
    2 (acción) habitation
    habitación humana human habitation
    3 (hábitat) habitat
    * * *

     

    habitación sustantivo femenino ( cuarto) room;
    ( dormitorio) bedroom;

    habitación f (pieza de una casa) room
    (dormitorio) bedroom: alquilan habitaciones, they rent rooms
    reservé una habitación doble, I booked a double room

    ' habitación' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    abuhardillada
    - abuhardillado
    - acomodar
    - alquiler
    - arreglar
    - cámara
    - cocina
    - comedor
    - comedora
    - compañera
    - compañero
    - comunicar
    - comunicarse
    - cuarta
    - cuarto
    - deprimente
    - desorden
    - en
    - encerrarse
    - estancia
    - fondo
    - húmeda
    - humedad
    - húmedo
    - leonera
    - luminosa
    - luminoso
    - menor
    - ordenar
    - pestazo
    - recargar
    - salir
    - sencilla
    - sencillo
    - tálamo
    - templar
    - tener
    - triste
    - vacante
    - acogedor
    - adaptar
    - adecentar
    - adornar
    - alegrar
    - alegre
    - altillo
    - aposento
    - aspiradora
    - caldear
    - calentar
    English:
    adjoining
    - air
    - airy
    - area
    - bare
    - barge into
    - be
    - book into
    - brighten up
    - bug
    - burst
    - can
    - centre
    - clean
    - clean out
    - clear out
    - cloak
    - complement
    - coop up
    - cramped
    - cubbyhole
    - curious
    - dash out
    - dim
    - dingy
    - double room
    - downstairs
    - empty
    - except
    - far
    - flamboyant
    - floor
    - flourish
    - free
    - habitation
    - illuminate
    - immaculate
    - instantly
    - march out
    - messy
    - mindless
    - musty
    - next
    - occupy
    - overcrowded
    - pace out
    - plunge
    - push aside
    - room
    - roommate
    * * *
    [cuarto] room; [dormitorio] bedroom;
    quisiera una habitación con baño I'd like an en-suite room o a room with a bath
    habitación doble [con cama de matrimonio] double room; [con dos camas] twin room;
    habitación sencilla single room;
    habitación simple single room
    * * *
    f room; ( dormitorio) bedroom
    * * *
    1) cuarto: room
    2) dormitorio: bedroom
    3) : habitation, occupancy
    * * *
    1. (en general) room
    2. (dormitorio) bedroom

    Spanish-English dictionary > habitación

  • 11 hall

    m.
    entrance hall, foyer.
    * * *
    [xol]
    SM (pl halls, halles) [xol] [de casa] hall; [de teatro, cine] foyer; [de hotel] lounge, foyer
    * * *
    ['xol]
    masculino (pl halls) ( de casa) hall, hallway; (de teatro, cine) foyer
    * * *
    = hall.
    Ex. The open-plan flexible library can be enonomical since overseeing is facilitated by the openness rather than be dividing the building into rooms or halls, thereby requiring less staff.
    ----
    * hall de entrada = entrance hall, lobby, entrance foyer.
    * * *
    ['xol]
    masculino (pl halls) ( de casa) hall, hallway; (de teatro, cine) foyer
    * * *
    = hall.

    Ex: The open-plan flexible library can be enonomical since overseeing is facilitated by the openness rather than be dividing the building into rooms or halls, thereby requiring less staff.

    * hall de entrada = entrance hall, lobby, entrance foyer.

    * * *
    /ˈxol/
    (pl halls)
    (de una casa) hall, hallway; (de un teatro, cine) foyer
    * * *

    hall /'xol/ sustantivo masculino (pl


    (de teatro, cine) foyer
    ' hall' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    auditorio
    - aula
    - ayuntamiento
    - billar
    - bisel
    - casa
    - colegio
    - entrada
    - pabellón
    - paraninfo
    - portal
    - recibidor
    - residencia
    - sala
    - salón
    - vestíbulo
    - zaguán
    - anfiteatro
    - atestado
    - bingo
    - clase
    - comedor
    - cupo
    - intendencia
    - municipio
    - presidencia
    - recorrer
    - teatro
    English:
    city hall
    - clout
    - concert hall
    - dance hall
    - double
    - entrance hall
    - hall
    - lecture hall
    - pool hall
    - residence
    - sculpture
    - sports hall
    - town hall
    - village hall
    - wedding reception
    - canteen
    - city
    - concert
    - crowd
    - entrance
    - hire
    - lobby
    - music
    - packed
    - town
    * * *
    hall [χol] (pl halls) nm
    [en casa] hall; [de cine, hotel] foyer; [de edificio] entrance hall
    * * *
    m hall

    Spanish-English dictionary > hall

  • 12 muchas horas

    (n.) = long hours
    Ex. Long hours of opening are facilitated by the use of part-time student staff.
    * * *
    (n.) = long hours

    Ex: Long hours of opening are facilitated by the use of part-time student staff.

    Spanish-English dictionary > muchas horas

  • 13 mucho tiempo

    adv.
    long time, long, a week of Sundays.
    m.
    a long time, donkey's years.
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    * * *
    = long time, long periods of time, a very long time, long hours, ample time, for a long time
    Ex. It will be a long time before all documents are available in machine-readable form.
    Ex. The model of the information process is made up of 5 stages which happen one after the other, but which may be separated by long periods of time.
    Ex. The life of a block depended on how often and how hard it was used, but if proper care was taken it could last a very long time.
    Ex. Long hours of opening are facilitated by the use of part-time student staff.
    Ex. The format of each workshop is to be determined by the organizers, but it is expected that they contain ample time for general discussion.
    Ex. I have been reading his post for a long time and I have been biting my fingers to keep from basting him.
    * * *
    = long time, long periods of time, a very long time, long hours, ample time, for a long time

    Ex: It will be a long time before all documents are available in machine-readable form.

    Ex: The model of the information process is made up of 5 stages which happen one after the other, but which may be separated by long periods of time.
    Ex: The life of a block depended on how often and how hard it was used, but if proper care was taken it could last a very long time.
    Ex: Long hours of opening are facilitated by the use of part-time student staff.
    Ex: The format of each workshop is to be determined by the organizers, but it is expected that they contain ample time for general discussion.
    Ex: I have been reading his post for a long time and I have been biting my fingers to keep from basting him.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mucho tiempo

  • 14 pabellón

    m.
    1 pavilion, hall, ward.
    2 flag.
    3 wing, wing of a building.
    4 pile.
    * * *
    1 ARQUITECTURA pavilion
    3 (bandera) flag
    4 ANATOMÍA (external) ear
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    noun m.
    * * *
    SM
    1) (Arquit) [de muestras, exposiciones] pavilion; [de jardín] summerhouse; [de hospital] (=ala) wing; (=anexo) block, section

    pabellón deportivo, pabellón polideportivo — sports hall

    2) (=carpa) bell tent
    3) (Med)
    4) [de cama] canopy
    5) (Mús) [de trompeta] mouth
    6) (Mil) stack
    7) (Náut etc) (=bandera) flag
    * * *
    1)
    a) (en hospital, cuartel) block, building; (en feria, exposición) pavilion; ( de palacio) pavilion; ( en jardín) summerhouse
    2) (frml) ( bandera) flag
    * * *
    = booth, pavilion, hall.
    Ex. On balance, the library booth at the exhibition was a resounding success.
    Ex. No one ever arrived without some mishap at the two large cages at the far end of that gloomy room (which projected like a pair of wretched pavilions in the courtyard).
    Ex. The open-plan flexible library can be enonomical since overseeing is facilitated by the openness rather than be dividing the building into rooms or halls, thereby requiring less staff.
    ----
    * pabellón de deportes = sports hall.
    * pabellón de hospital = hospital ward, ward.
    * pabellón médico = medical ward.
    * pabellón siquiátrico = psychiatric ward.
    * * *
    1)
    a) (en hospital, cuartel) block, building; (en feria, exposición) pavilion; ( de palacio) pavilion; ( en jardín) summerhouse
    2) (frml) ( bandera) flag
    * * *
    = booth, pavilion, hall.

    Ex: On balance, the library booth at the exhibition was a resounding success.

    Ex: No one ever arrived without some mishap at the two large cages at the far end of that gloomy room (which projected like a pair of wretched pavilions in the courtyard).
    Ex: The open-plan flexible library can be enonomical since overseeing is facilitated by the openness rather than be dividing the building into rooms or halls, thereby requiring less staff.
    * pabellón de deportes = sports hall.
    * pabellón de hospital = hospital ward, ward.
    * pabellón médico = medical ward.
    * pabellón siquiátrico = psychiatric ward.

    * * *
    A
    1 (en un hospital, cuartel) block, building; (en una feria, exposición) pavilion
    2 (de un palacio) pavilion; (en un jardín) summerhouse
    Compuestos:
    outer ear
    customs house ( o shed etc)
    hunting lodge
    outer ear
    pabellón deportivo or de deportes
    sports hall
    B ( frml) (bandera) flag
    un mercante de or con pabellón panameño a Panamanian-registered merchant ship, a merchant ship flying the Panamanian flag
    el pabellón nacional the national flag
    Compuesto:
    flag of convenience
    C (de fusiles) stack
    * * *

    pabellón sustantivo masculino
    1
    a) (en hospital, cuartel) block, building;

    (en feria, exposición) pavilion;
    ( de palacio) pavilion;
    ( en jardín) summerhouse

    2 (frml) ( bandera) flag
    pabellón sustantivo masculino (de una feria, exposición) stand, pavilion
    (de un edificio) wing
    Dep sports hall
    ' pabellón' also found in these entries:
    English:
    flag
    - pavilion
    - death
    - guest
    - lodge
    * * *
    1. [edificio] pavilion;
    [parte de un edificio] block, section;
    la feria está compuesta de varios pabellones the fair consists of several exhibition halls o pavilions
    pabellón de aduanas customs house;
    pabellón de caza hunting lodge;
    pabellón de deportes sports hall;
    pabellón de maternidad maternity ward
    2. [en parques, jardines] summerhouse
    3. [tienda de campaña] bell tent
    4. [dosel] canopy
    5. [bandera] flag;
    un barco de pabellón panameño a ship sailing under the Panamanian flag, a ship registered in Panama;
    navega bajo pabellón liberiano it sails under the Liberian flag;
    Fig
    ha defendido dos veces el pabellón de su país she has represented her country twice;
    Fig
    dejaron alto el pabellón de su país they did their country proud
    pabellón de conveniencia flag of convenience
    6. Mús bell
    7. pabellón auditivo outer ear;
    8. Ven [platillo] = dish consisting of portions of rice, fried or stewed meat and black beans
    pabellón con baranda = “pabellón” with slices of fried plantain
    9. Ven [quirófano] Br operating theatre, US operating room
    * * *
    m
    1 de exposiciones, deportes pavilion
    2 edificio block
    3 MÚS bell
    4 MAR flag
    * * *
    pabellón nm, pl - llones
    1) : pavilion
    2) : summerhouse, lodge
    3) : flag (of a vessel)
    * * *
    pabellón n building

    Spanish-English dictionary > pabellón

  • 15 papeleo

    m.
    paperwork, red tape.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: papelear.
    * * *
    1 familiar red tape, paperwork
    * * *
    SM (=trámites) paperwork; pey red tape
    * * *
    masculino (fam) red tape, paperwork
    * * *
    = paperwork, red tape, paper flow.
    Ex. However, the vendor will not receive any paperwork unless a previously deferred order is changed to an active one.
    Ex. This kind of transfer is often made very difficult to accomplish because of the paper work and red tape involved.
    Ex. Computers have facilitated the paper flow within the organization -- a formerly arduous and staff-intensive effort = Los ordenadores han facilitado el papeleo en las organizaciones, un esfuerzo que antes era arduo y que necesitaba bastante dedicación de personal.
    ----
    * reducir el papeleo = slash + red tape.
    * * *
    masculino (fam) red tape, paperwork
    * * *
    = paperwork, red tape, paper flow.

    Ex: However, the vendor will not receive any paperwork unless a previously deferred order is changed to an active one.

    Ex: This kind of transfer is often made very difficult to accomplish because of the paper work and red tape involved.
    Ex: Computers have facilitated the paper flow within the organization -- a formerly arduous and staff-intensive effort = Los ordenadores han facilitado el papeleo en las organizaciones, un esfuerzo que antes era arduo y que necesitaba bastante dedicación de personal.
    * reducir el papeleo = slash + red tape.

    * * *
    ( fam)
    red tape, paperwork
    * * *

    papeleo sustantivo masculino (fam) red tape, paperwork
    papeleo m fam paperwork
    ' papeleo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    amargada
    - amargado
    English:
    paperwork
    - red tape
    - paper
    - red
    * * *
    paperwork, red tape;
    ya he acabado todo el papeleo del préstamo I've done all the paperwork for the loan
    * * *
    m paperwork
    * * *
    : paperwork, red tape

    Spanish-English dictionary > papeleo

  • 16 plan abierto

    (n.) = openness, open plan
    Ex. The open-plan flexible library can be enonomical since overseeing is facilitated by the openness rather than be dividing the building into rooms or halls, thereby requiring less staff.
    Ex. Universities seem to have ignored some of the new approaches adopted by the modern corporate world where the emphasis is on downsizing, flexibility, open plan, hot desking and plug and go = Las universidades parecen haber ignorado algunos de los nuevos métodos adoptados por el mundo empresarial moderno donde se hace hincapié en la reducción de plantilla, la flexibilidad, el diseño abierto, el uso compartido de mesas de trabajo y el 'plug and play'.
    * * *
    (n.) = openness, open plan

    Ex: The open-plan flexible library can be enonomical since overseeing is facilitated by the openness rather than be dividing the building into rooms or halls, thereby requiring less staff.

    Ex: Universities seem to have ignored some of the new approaches adopted by the modern corporate world where the emphasis is on downsizing, flexibility, open plan, hot desking and plug and go = Las universidades parecen haber ignorado algunos de los nuevos métodos adoptados por el mundo empresarial moderno donde se hace hincapié en la reducción de plantilla, la flexibilidad, el diseño abierto, el uso compartido de mesas de trabajo y el 'plug and play'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > plan abierto

  • 17 problemas visuales

    Ex. Information access for people with a visual impairment can be facilitated through the provision of alternative format materials.
    * * *

    Ex: Information access for people with a visual impairment can be facilitated through the provision of alternative format materials.

    Spanish-English dictionary > problemas visuales

  • 18 que necesita bastante dedicación de personal

    (adj.) = labour-intensive [labour intensive], staff-intensive [staff intensive]
    Ex. Catalogue maintenance in a large union catalogue based on cards or slips was a nightmare, and it was very labour-intensive to maintain such catalogues at more than one location.
    Ex. Computers have facilitated the paper flow within the organization -- a formerly arduous and staff-intensive effort = Los ordenadores han facilitado el papeleo en las organizaciones, un esfuerzo que antes era arduo y que necesitaba bastante dedicación de personal.
    * * *
    (adj.) = labour-intensive [labour intensive], staff-intensive [staff intensive]

    Ex: Catalogue maintenance in a large union catalogue based on cards or slips was a nightmare, and it was very labour-intensive to maintain such catalogues at more than one location.

    Ex: Computers have facilitated the paper flow within the organization -- a formerly arduous and staff-intensive effort = Los ordenadores han facilitado el papeleo en las organizaciones, un esfuerzo que antes era arduo y que necesitaba bastante dedicación de personal.

    Spanish-English dictionary > que necesita bastante dedicación de personal

  • 19 recibidor

    adj.
    receiving.
    m.
    1 entrance hall.
    2 reception room, entrance hall, waiting room, lobby.
    3 receiver, receiving teller.
    4 receiving station.
    * * *
    1 (de casa) entrance hall
    * * *
    I
    SM [de casa] hall
    II
    recibidor, -a
    SM / F (=persona) recipient, receiver
    * * *
    masculino entrance hall
    * * *
    = entrance hall, hall, reception room, foyer, entrance foyer.
    Ex. Many infant and junior schools have books in the entrance hall and in the corridors as well as in the classrooms.
    Ex. The open-plan flexible library can be enonomical since overseeing is facilitated by the openness rather than be dividing the building into rooms or halls, thereby requiring less staff.
    Ex. This article describes the damage caused to the library by a fire in a reception room, including furniture and fittings and smoke damage to the 19th century collection of monographs.
    Ex. The new library covers 4,700 square metres and shares a foyer with the art gallery.
    Ex. Her photographs of of interiors include libraries, natural science museums, spas, entrance foyers, and zoos.
    * * *
    masculino entrance hall
    * * *
    = entrance hall, hall, reception room, foyer, entrance foyer.

    Ex: Many infant and junior schools have books in the entrance hall and in the corridors as well as in the classrooms.

    Ex: The open-plan flexible library can be enonomical since overseeing is facilitated by the openness rather than be dividing the building into rooms or halls, thereby requiring less staff.
    Ex: This article describes the damage caused to the library by a fire in a reception room, including furniture and fittings and smoke damage to the 19th century collection of monographs.
    Ex: The new library covers 4,700 square metres and shares a foyer with the art gallery.
    Ex: Her photographs of of interiors include libraries, natural science museums, spas, entrance foyers, and zoos.

    * * *
    entrance hall
    * * *

    recibidor sustantivo masculino
    entrance hall
    recibidor m (vestíbulo de una casa) (entrance) hall
    ' recibidor' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    bisel
    English:
    double
    - foyer
    - hallway
    - sculpture
    * * *
    entrance hall
    * * *
    m entrance hall
    * * *
    : vestibule, entrance hall
    * * *
    recibidor n hall

    Spanish-English dictionary > recibidor

  • 20 red de comunicaciones europea

    Ex. Access to host in Europe is facilitated by EURONET.
    * * *

    Ex: Access to host in Europe is facilitated by EURONET.

    Spanish-English dictionary > red de comunicaciones europea

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