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  • 1 ayuda

    f.
    1 help, assistance (asistencia).
    acudir en ayuda de alguien to come/go to somebody's assistance
    nos fuiste de gran ayuda you were a great help to us
    no me sirvió de mucha ayuda it wasn't much help to me
    prestar ayuda to help, to assist
    ayuda en carretera breakdown service
    2 aid.
    ayuda al desarrollo development aid
    ayuda humanitaria humanitarian aid
    pres.indicat.
    3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) present indicative of spanish verb: ayudar.
    * * *
    1 help, aid, assistance
    2 (lavativa) enema
    \
    ir en ayuda de alguien to come to somebody's assistance
    prestar ayuda to help (a, -)
    * * *
    noun f.
    help, assistance, aid
    * * *
    1. SF
    1) (=asistencia) help, assistance más frm

    ayuda a domicilio — home help, home helper (EEUU)

    ayudas a la navegación — aids to navigation, navigational aids

    ayuda compensatoria income support, welfare (EEUU)

    2) (Med) (=enema) enema; LAm (=laxante) laxative
    2.
    SM (=paje) page
    * * *
    1) ( asistencia) help

    nadie fue or acudió en su ayuda — nobody went to his aid

    2) (fam & euf) ( enema) enema
    * * *
    = aid, assistance, guidance, help, helpfulness, support, relief, enhancer, helper, facilitator, bursary, good offices, jump-start [jumpstart], helping hand, succour [succor, -USA].
    Ex. Indexing may be conducted entirely without the aid of a computer, or may rely to varying extents upon the facilities for the manipulation and ordering of data offered by the computer.
    Ex. Most information about terms and their relationships that could be of assistance to the user of the index will be transferred from the list to the index or catalogue.
    Ex. The command function 'HELP' is used to obtain guidance online when in difficulty.
    Ex. The entry is first located with the help of searching.
    Ex. Sometimes, in the interest of comprehension or helpfulness, modifications to the standard pattern are desirable.
    Ex. BSO was prepared by the International Federation for Documentation with the support of UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization), and was published in 1978/79.
    Ex. The report concluded that the problems of rural populations 'do not differ greatly from those of the urban population though the difficulties in obtaining help and relief can be exacerbated by isolation'.
    Ex. The low regard that many publishers have shown for indexers as enhancers of book sales and profitability may well have been justified in the past.
    Ex. Once again careful planning pays dividends, and plenty of time and helpers are needed.
    Ex. Information technology may have acted as a catalyst or facilitator for some of the changes which have occurred.
    Ex. This article describes a 12 week study tour of the UK undertaken with the help of a bursary from the EU by a lecturer in library studies from Papua New Guinea.
    Ex. This enables the library to use the MPEs' good offices and contacts to influence the national government on projects which are important for the area.
    Ex. No hospital creates a healthier community all by itself but it can give its neighbors a jump-start.
    Ex. Fish hawks needed a helping hand and their comeback is one of the great wildlife success stories of our time.
    Ex. The Government has vowed to provide 'all possible succour' to the people affected by the cyclone that has left a trail of death and devastation.
    ----
    * ayuda a las víctimas de una catástrofe = disaster relief.
    * ayuda al desarrollo = development aid.
    * ayuda alimentaria = food aid.
    * ayuda con la declaración de hacienda = income tax assistance.
    * ayuda de asistencia = attendance grant.
    * ayuda de asistencia a congreso = conference attendance grant.
    * ayuda de cámara = valet.
    * ayuda de emergencia = emergency relief.
    * ayuda del gobierno = state aid, state support.
    * ayuda doméstica = domestic help.
    * ayuda económica = grant, financial support, fund assistance, financial assistance, grant money, cash grant.
    * ayuda educativa = educational aid.
    * ayuda en caso de catástrofe = disaster relief.
    * ayuda en pantalla = aid page.
    * ayuda estatal = state aid, state support.
    * ayuda familiar = family income supplement, family worker.
    * ayuda financiera = financial assistance, fund assistance.
    * ayuda humanitaria = humanitarian aid, disaster relief, humanitarian assistance.
    * Ayuda Internacional de Libros (BAI) = Book Aid International (BAI).
    * ayuda legal = legal assistance.
    * ayuda memoria = aide-mémoire.
    * ayuda mutua = mutual help, mutual aid.
    * ayuda para dormir = sleeping aid.
    * ayuda para el desplazamiento = travel grant.
    * ayuda para la memoria = memory aid.
    * ayuda para recordar = memory aid.
    * ayudas = monies [money, -sing.].
    * ayuda sensible al contexto = context-sensitive help.
    * ayuda social = welfare benefits.
    * ayudas para la escritura = writing tools.
    * ayuda visual = visual aid.
    * buscar ayuda = seek + assistance, seek + help.
    * centro de ayuda al empleo = job-help centre.
    * con la ayuda de = under the guidance of.
    * con + Posesivo + ayuda = under + Posesivo + guidance.
    * conseguir ayuda = secure + help.
    * dispositivo de ayuda a usuarios con necesidades especiales = assistive device.
    * hacerlo sin la ayuda de nadie = do + it + on + Posesivo + own.
    * herramienta de ayuda a la escritura = writing aid.
    * herramienta de ayuda a la lectura = reading aid.
    * herramientas de ayuda = helper utility.
    * herramientas de ayuda para la búsqueda = searching aid.
    * instrumento de ayuda a la enseñanza = teaching aid.
    * material de ayuda = help pack.
    * mostrador de ayuda = help desk [helpdesk].
    * ofrecer ayuda = offer + guidance, offer + assistance, provide + support.
    * ojo humano sin ayuda de lente, el = unaided eye, the.
    * pantalla de ayuda = help screen.
    * pedir ayuda = seek + assistance, seek + help.
    * pedir ayuda a = enlist + the cooperation of.
    * política de ayuda = assistance policy.
    * prestar ayuda = provide + assistance, render + assistance, offer + guidance, offer + assistance, lend + a (helping) hand.
    * proyecto de ayuda = aid project.
    * proyecto de ayuda humanitaria = relief project.
    * recabar ayuda = solicit + help, solicit + support.
    * ser de ayuda = be of assistance.
    * ser de gran ayuda para = be a boon to.
    * ser una gran ayuda = be a tower of strength.
    * servicio de ayuda = help desk [helpdesk], help facility.
    * servir de ayuda = be of assistance.
    * sin ayuda = unaided, unassisted.
    * sin ayuda de nadie = all by + Reflexivo, by + Reflexivo.
    * sin la ayuda de nadie = single-handedly.
    * sistema de ayuda = help system.
    * sistema de ayuda a la gestión = management support system (MSS).
    * solicitar ayuda = summon + help, seek + assistance, seek + help.
    * tecla de ayuda = help key.
    * teléfono de ayuda = help desk [helpdesk], help line, telephone help line.
    * * *
    1) ( asistencia) help

    nadie fue or acudió en su ayuda — nobody went to his aid

    2) (fam & euf) ( enema) enema
    * * *
    = aid, assistance, guidance, help, helpfulness, support, relief, enhancer, helper, facilitator, bursary, good offices, jump-start [jumpstart], helping hand, succour [succor, -USA].

    Ex: Indexing may be conducted entirely without the aid of a computer, or may rely to varying extents upon the facilities for the manipulation and ordering of data offered by the computer.

    Ex: Most information about terms and their relationships that could be of assistance to the user of the index will be transferred from the list to the index or catalogue.
    Ex: The command function 'HELP' is used to obtain guidance online when in difficulty.
    Ex: The entry is first located with the help of searching.
    Ex: Sometimes, in the interest of comprehension or helpfulness, modifications to the standard pattern are desirable.
    Ex: BSO was prepared by the International Federation for Documentation with the support of UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization), and was published in 1978/79.
    Ex: The report concluded that the problems of rural populations 'do not differ greatly from those of the urban population though the difficulties in obtaining help and relief can be exacerbated by isolation'.
    Ex: The low regard that many publishers have shown for indexers as enhancers of book sales and profitability may well have been justified in the past.
    Ex: Once again careful planning pays dividends, and plenty of time and helpers are needed.
    Ex: Information technology may have acted as a catalyst or facilitator for some of the changes which have occurred.
    Ex: This article describes a 12 week study tour of the UK undertaken with the help of a bursary from the EU by a lecturer in library studies from Papua New Guinea.
    Ex: This enables the library to use the MPEs' good offices and contacts to influence the national government on projects which are important for the area.
    Ex: No hospital creates a healthier community all by itself but it can give its neighbors a jump-start.
    Ex: Fish hawks needed a helping hand and their comeback is one of the great wildlife success stories of our time.
    Ex: The Government has vowed to provide 'all possible succour' to the people affected by the cyclone that has left a trail of death and devastation.
    * ayuda a las víctimas de una catástrofe = disaster relief.
    * ayuda al desarrollo = development aid.
    * ayuda alimentaria = food aid.
    * ayuda con la declaración de hacienda = income tax assistance.
    * ayuda de asistencia = attendance grant.
    * ayuda de asistencia a congreso = conference attendance grant.
    * ayuda de cámara = valet.
    * ayuda de emergencia = emergency relief.
    * ayuda del gobierno = state aid, state support.
    * ayuda doméstica = domestic help.
    * ayuda económica = grant, financial support, fund assistance, financial assistance, grant money, cash grant.
    * ayuda educativa = educational aid.
    * ayuda en caso de catástrofe = disaster relief.
    * ayuda en pantalla = aid page.
    * ayuda estatal = state aid, state support.
    * ayuda familiar = family income supplement, family worker.
    * ayuda financiera = financial assistance, fund assistance.
    * ayuda humanitaria = humanitarian aid, disaster relief, humanitarian assistance.
    * Ayuda Internacional de Libros (BAI) = Book Aid International (BAI).
    * ayuda legal = legal assistance.
    * ayuda memoria = aide-mémoire.
    * ayuda mutua = mutual help, mutual aid.
    * ayuda para dormir = sleeping aid.
    * ayuda para el desplazamiento = travel grant.
    * ayuda para la memoria = memory aid.
    * ayuda para recordar = memory aid.
    * ayudas = monies [money, -sing.].
    * ayuda sensible al contexto = context-sensitive help.
    * ayuda social = welfare benefits.
    * ayudas para la escritura = writing tools.
    * ayuda visual = visual aid.
    * buscar ayuda = seek + assistance, seek + help.
    * centro de ayuda al empleo = job-help centre.
    * con la ayuda de = under the guidance of.
    * con + Posesivo + ayuda = under + Posesivo + guidance.
    * conseguir ayuda = secure + help.
    * dispositivo de ayuda a usuarios con necesidades especiales = assistive device.
    * hacerlo sin la ayuda de nadie = do + it + on + Posesivo + own.
    * herramienta de ayuda a la escritura = writing aid.
    * herramienta de ayuda a la lectura = reading aid.
    * herramientas de ayuda = helper utility.
    * herramientas de ayuda para la búsqueda = searching aid.
    * instrumento de ayuda a la enseñanza = teaching aid.
    * material de ayuda = help pack.
    * mostrador de ayuda = help desk [helpdesk].
    * ofrecer ayuda = offer + guidance, offer + assistance, provide + support.
    * ojo humano sin ayuda de lente, el = unaided eye, the.
    * pantalla de ayuda = help screen.
    * pedir ayuda = seek + assistance, seek + help.
    * pedir ayuda a = enlist + the cooperation of.
    * política de ayuda = assistance policy.
    * prestar ayuda = provide + assistance, render + assistance, offer + guidance, offer + assistance, lend + a (helping) hand.
    * proyecto de ayuda = aid project.
    * proyecto de ayuda humanitaria = relief project.
    * recabar ayuda = solicit + help, solicit + support.
    * ser de ayuda = be of assistance.
    * ser de gran ayuda para = be a boon to.
    * ser una gran ayuda = be a tower of strength.
    * servicio de ayuda = help desk [helpdesk], help facility.
    * servir de ayuda = be of assistance.
    * sin ayuda = unaided, unassisted.
    * sin ayuda de nadie = all by + Reflexivo, by + Reflexivo.
    * sin la ayuda de nadie = single-handedly.
    * sistema de ayuda = help system.
    * sistema de ayuda a la gestión = management support system (MSS).
    * solicitar ayuda = summon + help, seek + assistance, seek + help.
    * tecla de ayuda = help key.
    * teléfono de ayuda = help desk [helpdesk], help line, telephone help line.

    * * *
    A (asistencia, auxilio) help
    le prestaron toda la ayuda necesaria they gave him all the help he needed
    nadie fue or acudió en su ayuda nobody went to help him o went to his aid
    no quiso pedir ayuda she didn't want to ask for help
    ayudas para los proyectos de inversión incentives for investment projects
    ofrecieron ayuda económica a los damnificados they offered financial help o aid o assistance to the victims
    organizaciones de ayuda internacional international aid agencies
    no tiene ninguna ayuda en casa she has no help at home
    ha sido de gran ayuda it has been a great help
    poca ayuda no es estorbo every little helps
    con ayuda de un vecino mató mi padre un cochino well, with a little help from my/your/his friends …
    Compuestos:
    ( Esp) home-help service
    ayuda audiovisual/visual
    audiovisual/visual aid
    masculine valet
    humanitarian aid
    masculine aide-mémoire
    regional aid
    fpl (en Esp) family benefit
    B ( fam euf) (enema) enema
    * * *

     

    Del verbo ayudar: ( conjugate ayudar)

    ayuda es:

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) presente indicativo

    2ª persona singular (tú) imperativo

    Multiple Entries:
    ayuda    
    ayudar
    ayuda sustantivo femenino ( asistencia) help;

    ayudas para la inversión incentives for investment;
    ha sido de gran ayuda it has been a great help
    ayudar ( conjugate ayudar) verbo transitivo
    to help;
    ayuda al prójimo to help one's neighbor;
    ¿te ayudo? do you need any help?;
    vino a ayudame she came to help me out;
    ayúdame a poner la mesa help me (to) set the table
    verbo intransitivo
    to help;
    ¿puedo ayuda en algo? can I do anything to help?
    ayuda sustantivo femenino help, assistance, aid: un joven vino en ayuda de los accidentados, a young man came to the aid of the injured people
    ayudar verbo transitivo to help: ¿puedes ayudarme a mover la mesa?, can you help me to move the table? ➣ Ver nota en help

    ' ayuda' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    abogada
    - abogado
    - acudir
    - asistencia
    - balón
    - beneficio
    - blandengue
    - colaboración
    - confiar
    - demanda
    - espaldarazo
    - estimar
    - facilidad
    - fortalecimiento
    - goteo
    - gratificación
    - nos
    - nunca
    - ofrecer
    - paliar
    - prestación
    - prioritaria
    - prioritario
    - recabar
    - retirar
    - sola
    - solo
    - urgir
    - utilidad
    - vital
    - agradecer
    - apreciar
    - auxilio
    - beca
    - becar
    - contar
    - desechar
    - desinteresado
    - despreciar
    - dispensar
    - disponer
    - espontáneo
    - evaporarse
    - favor
    - gracia
    - gritar
    - implorar
    - inapreciable
    - inestimable
    - material
    English:
    aid
    - appreciate
    - appreciative
    - ask for
    - assistance
    - backing
    - bat
    - bird
    - bootstrap
    - by
    - canvass
    - contribute
    - contribution
    - deny
    - do without
    - dramatically
    - foreign aid
    - forthcoming
    - give
    - grateful
    - greatly
    - help
    - hesitate
    - immediate
    - instrumental
    - major
    - navigate
    - own
    - quarter
    - relief
    - seek
    - service
    - single-handed
    - summon
    - support
    - supportive
    - unaided
    - valet
    - virtually
    - volunteer
    - without
    - afield
    - any
    - boon
    - deserving
    - hand
    - position
    - public
    - shape
    - single
    * * *
    nf
    1. [asistencia] help, assistance;
    acudir en ayuda de alguien to come/go to sb's assistance;
    nos fuiste de gran ayuda you were a great help to us;
    no me sirvió de mucha ayuda it wasn't much help to me;
    prestar ayuda to help, to assist
    ayuda en carretera Br breakdown service, US emergency road service; Informát ayuda en línea on-line help; Informát ayuda en pantalla onscreen help
    2. [económica, alimenticia] aid;
    un paquete de ayudas a la pequeña empresa a package of measures to help small businesses
    ayuda al desarrollo development aid;
    ayuda exterior foreign aid;
    ayuda extranjera foreign aid;
    ayuda humanitaria humanitarian aid;
    3. [limosna]
    una ayuda, por favor could you spare me some change, please?
    4. [enema] enema
    nm
    Hist ayuda de cámara royal valet
    * * *
    I f help, assistance;
    ayuda financiera financial help o aid o
    assistance;
    con la ayuda de with the help of;
    pedir ayuda a alguien ask s.o. for help;
    venir en ayuda de come to the aid o help of
    II m aide
    * * *
    ayuda nf
    1) : help, assistance
    2)
    * * *
    1. (en general) help

    Spanish-English dictionary > ayuda

  • 2 estímulo

    m.
    1 encouragement, drive, boost, incentive.
    2 incentive, inducement.
    * * *
    1 stimulus, stimulation
    2 figurado encouragement
    3 COMERCIO incentive
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    SM
    1) (Psic) stimulus
    2) (=incentivo) incentive
    * * *
    a) ( incentivo) encouragement

    sirve de estímulo a la inversión — it acts as an incentive to investment, it encourages investment

    b) (Biol, Fisiol) stimulus
    * * *
    = boost, incentive, leaven, prodding, spur, stimulation, stimulus [stimuli, -pl.], encouragement, enhancer, facilitator, prod, kick-start [kickstart], kick-start [kickstart], word of encouragement, nudge, titillation, driving force, stimulant, pick-me-up.
    Ex. Consequently, Leforte came to expect -- perhaps even take for granted -- the periodic boosts of ego and income that the evaluations provided.
    Ex. This article considers the strengths of a pay scale as a work incentive.
    Ex. But the leaven of the principles, promulgated by the International Federation, has not yet penetrated into more than half the lump of documentary material.
    Ex. Computers are quite adroit at such simple yes/no response without much prodding.
    Ex. This was a spur to several other London boroughs who set up shop-front consumer advice centres from 1972.
    Ex. The reader of this work can relive with some degree of verisimilitude the excitement and stimulation created by these institutes and such colloquies as the Kilgour-Lubetzky exchange.
    Ex. This was not intended as a criticism of their hard working colleagues but simply as an admission that they needed additional support and stimulus.
    Ex. Nevertheless my debts are real, and I particularly want to thank David Foxon for his illuminating commentary on the final sections, and D. F. McKenzie for his encouragement throughout.
    Ex. The low regard that many publishers have shown for indexers as enhancers of book sales and profitability may well have been justified in the past.
    Ex. Information technology may have acted as a catalyst or facilitator for some of the changes which have occurred.
    Ex. She sat back in her chair and considered her supervisor's gentle prods.
    Ex. That would be a great kick-start to raising awareness of IFLA 2002.
    Ex. That would be a great kick-start to raising awareness of IFLA 2002.
    Ex. This he knew happens to employees who are not given a word of encouragement, some recognition.
    Ex. Results showed that student teachers needed additional support, either via nudge or overt expectations, to actually apply what they had learned.
    Ex. At heart, it is a smirkingly adolescent pursuit of cheap laughs and mild titillation, with a surfeit of jokes involving breasts and bums and with new extremes of scatological humiliation.
    Ex. On-line services have been one of the most powerful driving forces moving information away from its traditional definition and towards the commodity view.
    Ex. The system consequently retrieves any record in which the term ' stimulants' appears.
    Ex. Maybe it's just a passing mood or maybe it's a particularly bad string of events, but sometimes in this hectic life we just need a pick-me-up.
    ----
    * dar estímulo = provide + boost.
    * estímulo excesivo = overstimulation.
    * estímulos visuales = visual stimuli.
    * ofrecer estímulo = provide + stimulus.
    * ser un estímulo = be motivating.
    * * *
    a) ( incentivo) encouragement

    sirve de estímulo a la inversión — it acts as an incentive to investment, it encourages investment

    b) (Biol, Fisiol) stimulus
    * * *
    = boost, incentive, leaven, prodding, spur, stimulation, stimulus [stimuli, -pl.], encouragement, enhancer, facilitator, prod, kick-start [kickstart], kick-start [kickstart], word of encouragement, nudge, titillation, driving force, stimulant, pick-me-up.

    Ex: Consequently, Leforte came to expect -- perhaps even take for granted -- the periodic boosts of ego and income that the evaluations provided.

    Ex: This article considers the strengths of a pay scale as a work incentive.
    Ex: But the leaven of the principles, promulgated by the International Federation, has not yet penetrated into more than half the lump of documentary material.
    Ex: Computers are quite adroit at such simple yes/no response without much prodding.
    Ex: This was a spur to several other London boroughs who set up shop-front consumer advice centres from 1972.
    Ex: The reader of this work can relive with some degree of verisimilitude the excitement and stimulation created by these institutes and such colloquies as the Kilgour-Lubetzky exchange.
    Ex: This was not intended as a criticism of their hard working colleagues but simply as an admission that they needed additional support and stimulus.
    Ex: Nevertheless my debts are real, and I particularly want to thank David Foxon for his illuminating commentary on the final sections, and D. F. McKenzie for his encouragement throughout.
    Ex: The low regard that many publishers have shown for indexers as enhancers of book sales and profitability may well have been justified in the past.
    Ex: Information technology may have acted as a catalyst or facilitator for some of the changes which have occurred.
    Ex: She sat back in her chair and considered her supervisor's gentle prods.
    Ex: That would be a great kick-start to raising awareness of IFLA 2002.
    Ex: That would be a great kick-start to raising awareness of IFLA 2002.
    Ex: This he knew happens to employees who are not given a word of encouragement, some recognition.
    Ex: Results showed that student teachers needed additional support, either via nudge or overt expectations, to actually apply what they had learned.
    Ex: At heart, it is a smirkingly adolescent pursuit of cheap laughs and mild titillation, with a surfeit of jokes involving breasts and bums and with new extremes of scatological humiliation.
    Ex: On-line services have been one of the most powerful driving forces moving information away from its traditional definition and towards the commodity view.
    Ex: The system consequently retrieves any record in which the term ' stimulants' appears.
    Ex: Maybe it's just a passing mood or maybe it's a particularly bad string of events, but sometimes in this hectic life we just need a pick-me-up.
    * dar estímulo = provide + boost.
    * estímulo excesivo = overstimulation.
    * estímulos visuales = visual stimuli.
    * ofrecer estímulo = provide + stimulus.
    * ser un estímulo = be motivating.

    * * *
    1 (incentivo) encouragement
    sirve de estímulo a la inversión it acts as an incentive o a stimulus to investment, it encourages investment
    2 ( Biol, Fisiol) stimulus
    * * *

    Del verbo estimular: ( conjugate estimular)

    estimulo es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    estimuló es:

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) pretérito indicativo

    Multiple Entries:
    estimular    
    estímulo
    estimular ( conjugate estimular) verbo transitivo


    estímulo sustantivo masculino

    b) (Biol, Fisiol) stimulus

    estimular verbo transitivo
    1 (dar ánimos) to encourage
    2 (potenciar, activar) to stimulate
    estímulo sustantivo masculino
    1 (acicate, ánimo) encouragement
    2 Biol Fís stimulus
    (acción) stimulation
    ' estímulo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ánimo
    - incentivo
    - responder
    - respuesta
    - revulsiva
    - revulsivo
    - acicate
    - arriba
    English:
    boost
    - encouragement
    - inspiration
    - lift
    - shot
    - spur
    - stimulation
    - stimulus
    * * *
    1. [aliciente] incentive;
    [ánimo] encouragement;
    servir de estímulo to act o serve as an incentive;
    medidas de estímulo a la creación de empleo measures to encourage job creation
    2. Fisiol stimulus
    * * *
    m
    1 stimulus
    2 ( incentivo) incentive
    * * *
    1) : stimulus
    2) incentivo: incentive, encouragement
    * * *
    estímulo n stimulus [pl. stimuli]

    Spanish-English dictionary > estímulo

  • 3 facilitador

    adj.
    facilitating.
    m.
    facilitator, expediter, facilitating factor, expeditor.
    * * *
    Ex. Local authorities in the UK are changing from being direct providers of services to enablers = Los ayuntamientos del Reino Unido están cambiando de ser proveedores directos de servicios a actuar de intermediarios.
    * * *

    Ex: Local authorities in the UK are changing from being direct providers of services to enablers = Los ayuntamientos del Reino Unido están cambiando de ser proveedores directos de servicios a actuar de intermediarios.

    * * *
    A ‹actitud› helpful
    un ordenador facilitador del trabajo a computer that o which makes work easier, a computer that o which facilitates work ( frml)
    B
    (que provee): una institución facilitadora de libros/créditos a provider of o an establishment which provides books/loans
    masculine, feminine
    A
    1 ( Educ) facilitator
    2
    (de un proceso): actuó como facilitadora del diálogo she acted as a facilitator for the dialog
    el spray es un facilitador del planchado the spray makes ironing easier
    B ( AmL) (de servicios, talleres) provider
    * * *
    facilitador, -ora adj
    facilitating

    Spanish-English dictionary > facilitador

  • 4 gestor

    adj.
    1 managing.
    2 negotiating.
    m.
    1 manager, executive, doer.
    2 promoter.
    * * *
    1 managing
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 (administrador) manager, director
    \
    gestor administrativo agent, business agent
    * * *
    gestor, -a
    1.
    ADJ (=que gestiona) managing
    2.
    SM / F manager/manageress; (=promotor) promoter; (=agente) business agent, representative; (tb: gestor(a) administrativo/a) agent undertaking business with government departments, insurance companies etc
    3.
    SM
    * * *
    I
    - tora adjetivo
    b) ( que administra) <órgano/comisión> administrative, managing (before n)
    II
    * * *
    = steward, managing, caretaker, managerial.
    Nota: Adjetivo.
    Ex. This article explores whether the archivist is a steward for some wider amorphous body including past and future generations.
    Ex. We have seen that the relationships of the Publications Office with the institutions and other bodies of the European Communities may in theory, but do not yet in practice extend far beyond those with the six managing institutions.
    Ex. Frequently, the creators and caretakers of a data base have an irresistible impulse to give it a fixup, a paint job, or a new colour scheme.
    Ex. The course had concentrated on executive decision making, with a side excursion into the study and findings of Henry Mintzberg as reported in his book, 'The Nature of managerial Work'.
    ----
    * basado en un gestor de bases de datos = DBMS-based.
    * gestor de bases de datos = database management system (DBMS), database manager, DBMS system.
    * gestor de bases de datos relacionales = relational database management system.
    * gestor de colas de impresión = print spooler.
    * gestor de contenidos = content management software (CMS).
    * gestor de documentación administrativa = record manager [records manager], record(s) manager.
    * gestor de información = information software package.
    * gestor de la información = information manager, information handler.
    * gestor del conocimiento = knowledge worker, knowledge manager.
    * gestor de nivel medio = middle manager.
    * gestor de tesauros = thesaurus software.
    * gestor documental = document retrieval system, information retrieval system (IRS), text information management system, document management software, document management system, information manager, record manager [records manager].
    * NAGARA (Asociación Nacional de Archiveros y Gestores de Documentos del Gobie = National Association of Government Archivists and Records Administrators (NAGARA).
    * organismo gestor de bibliotecas = library authority.
    * * *
    I
    - tora adjetivo
    b) ( que administra) <órgano/comisión> administrative, managing (before n)
    II
    * * *
    = steward, managing, caretaker, managerial.
    Nota: Adjetivo.

    Ex: This article explores whether the archivist is a steward for some wider amorphous body including past and future generations.

    Ex: We have seen that the relationships of the Publications Office with the institutions and other bodies of the European Communities may in theory, but do not yet in practice extend far beyond those with the six managing institutions.
    Ex: Frequently, the creators and caretakers of a data base have an irresistible impulse to give it a fixup, a paint job, or a new colour scheme.
    Ex: The course had concentrated on executive decision making, with a side excursion into the study and findings of Henry Mintzberg as reported in his book, 'The Nature of managerial Work'.
    * basado en un gestor de bases de datos = DBMS-based.
    * gestor de bases de datos = database management system (DBMS), database manager, DBMS system.
    * gestor de bases de datos relacionales = relational database management system.
    * gestor de colas de impresión = print spooler.
    * gestor de contenidos = content management software (CMS).
    * gestor de documentación administrativa = record manager [records manager], record(s) manager.
    * gestor de información = information software package.
    * gestor de la información = information manager, information handler.
    * gestor del conocimiento = knowledge worker, knowledge manager.
    * gestor de nivel medio = middle manager.
    * gestor de tesauros = thesaurus software.
    * gestor documental = document retrieval system, information retrieval system (IRS), text information management system, document management software, document management system, information manager, record manager [records manager].
    * NAGARA (Asociación Nacional de Archiveros y Gestores de Documentos del Gobie = National Association of Government Archivists and Records Administrators (NAGARA).
    * organismo gestor de bibliotecas = library authority.

    * * *
    1
    (que tramita): una agencia gestora an agency which obtains official documents on clients' behalf
    2 (que administra) ‹órgano/comisión› administrative, managing ( before n)
    masculine, feminine
    A
    2 ( Chi) (oficioso) fixer
    Compuesto:
    gestor/gestora de riesgos
    risk manager
    B
    gestora feminine (comisión) management committee; (empresa) management company
    * * *

     

    gestor,-ora sustantivo masculino y femenino solicitor
    ' gestor' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    gestora
    * * *
    gestor, -ora
    adj
    el equipo gestor del proyecto the project management team;
    el órgano gestor de las ayudas the body responsible for the administration of the grants
    nm,f
    = person who carries out dealings with public bodies on behalf of private customers or companies, combining the roles of solicitor and accountant
    Fin gestor de fondos fund manager
    nm
    Informát gestor de archivos file manager;
    gestor de correo mail manager;
    gestor de memoria memory manager
    * * *
    person who works in a gestoría
    * * *
    gestor, - tora adj
    : facilitating, negotiating, managing
    gestor, - tora n
    : facilitator, manager

    Spanish-English dictionary > gestor

  • 5 moderador

    adj.
    balancing, buffering, stabilizing.
    m.
    moderator.
    * * *
    1 moderating
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 (de reunión) chairperson; (- hombre) chairman; (- mujer) chairwoman; (de debate) moderator
    * * *
    moderador, -a
    1.
    ADJ [papel, poder] moderating
    2. SM / F
    1) [en un debate, coloquio] moderator, chairperson; (TV) presenter
    2) (Pol) moderator
    3.
    SM (Fís) moderator
    * * *
    I
    - dora adjetivo moderating (before n)
    II
    - dora masculino, femenino
    1) ( en debate) moderator, chair; (Rad, TV) presenter
    2) moderador masculino (Fís) moderator
    * * *
    = show host, moderator, praeses, facilitator, moderating.
    Ex. He conducted the morning sessions as if he were a roving talk show host.
    Ex. Academic disputations are generally entered under the heading for the faculty moderator.
    Ex. A praeses is a faculty moderator of an academic disputation, who normally proposes a thesis and participates in the ensuing disputation.
    Ex. The facilitator begins with broad, general questions and leads the group to focus more and more tightly on specifics as the meeting progresses.
    Ex. The study finds some interesting support for the moderating effects of learning styles.
    ----
    * moderador de la lista = list moderator.
    * * *
    I
    - dora adjetivo moderating (before n)
    II
    - dora masculino, femenino
    1) ( en debate) moderator, chair; (Rad, TV) presenter
    2) moderador masculino (Fís) moderator
    * * *
    = show host, moderator, praeses, facilitator, moderating.

    Ex: He conducted the morning sessions as if he were a roving talk show host.

    Ex: Academic disputations are generally entered under the heading for the faculty moderator.
    Ex: A praeses is a faculty moderator of an academic disputation, who normally proposes a thesis and participates in the ensuing disputation.
    Ex: The facilitator begins with broad, general questions and leads the group to focus more and more tightly on specifics as the meeting progresses.
    Ex: The study finds some interesting support for the moderating effects of learning styles.
    * moderador de la lista = list moderator.

    * * *
    moderating ( before n)
    masculine, feminine
    A (en un debate) moderator, chair; ( Rad, TV) presenter
    B
    moderador masculine ( Fís) moderator
    * * *

    moderador
    ◊ - dora sustantivo masculino, femenino ( en debate) moderator, chair;


    (Rad, TV) presenter
    moderador,-ora sustantivo masculino y femenino chairperson
    ' moderador' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    moderadora
    English:
    act
    - moderator
    * * *
    moderador, -ora
    adj
    moderating;
    un elemento moderador de las temperaturas a factor which keeps temperatures at a reasonable level
    nm,f
    1. [de debate] chair, facilitator
    2. Informát [de grupo de noticias] moderator
    nm
    Fís moderator
    * * *
    I adj moderating
    II m, moderadora f TV presenter
    * * *
    : moderator, chair

    Spanish-English dictionary > moderador

  • 6 reunión informativa

    f.
    briefing.
    * * *
    Ex. The first major activity is to identify the planning team, appoint a facilitator, and hold a briefing meeting.
    * * *

    Ex: The first major activity is to identify the planning team, appoint a facilitator, and hold a briefing meeting.

    Spanish-English dictionary > reunión informativa

  • 7 buscón

    m.
    1 do-it-all agent, go-getter agent, person who makes a living doing errands for a fee, facilitator.
    2 searcher, person who searches for gold or other metallic ores, mine prospector, prospector.
    * * *
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 (ladrón) petty thief
    * * *
    buscón, -ona
    1.
    ADJ (=deshonesto) thieving, crooked
    2.
    SM / F †† (=ladronzuelo) petty thief, rogue
    * * *
    - cona masculino, femenino
    1) (ant) ( rufián) rogue (dated), scoundrel (dated)
    2) buscona femenino (pey) ( prostituta) whore (pej)
    * * *
    - cona masculino, femenino
    1) (ant) ( rufián) rogue (dated), scoundrel (dated)
    2) buscona femenino (pey) ( prostituta) whore (pej)
    * * *
    masculine, feminine
    A ( ant) (rufián) rogue ( dated), scoundrel ( dated)
    B
    * * *
    buscón, -ona nm,f
    [estafador] swindler
    * * *
    m rogue

    Spanish-English dictionary > buscón

  • 8 facilitador

    • expediter
    • expeditor
    • facilitating
    • facilitating factor
    • facilitator

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > facilitador

  • 9 país facilitador

    m.
    facilitator country.

    Spanish-English dictionary > país facilitador

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