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  • 1 RCAA (Reglas de Catalogación Anglo-Americanas)

    Ex. AACR and other recent cataloguing codes have been drafted upon the 'condition' approach to formulating cataloguing rules.

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  • 2 Reglas de Catalogación Anglo-Americanas (RCAA)

    Ex. AACR and other recent cataloguing codes have been drafted upon the 'condition' approach to formulating cataloguing rules.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Reglas de Catalogación Anglo-Americanas (RCAA)

  • 3 ante2

    2 = before, in the face of, vis à vis, in the presence of, in view of, facing.
    Ex. The hearings before the Royal Commission, including among the witnesses some of the most prominent librarians and scholars of that day, extended from 1847 to 1849.
    Ex. In the face of present priorities and staff commitments, the Library feels that it cannot undertake a comprehensive study of the subject heading system that would pave the way for a major restructuring of the system.
    Ex. The information note following the explanatory heading provides guidance to the user of the catalogue vis à vis the conventions used in formulating uniform headings.
    Ex. Errors in colleagues' work should be brought to their attention tactfully and not in the presence of others = A los compañeros se les debería hacer ver sus errores discretamente y no en presencia de otros.
    Ex. In view of the frequency with which users could benefit from references to a broader subject this omission must be regarded as a deficiency of A/Z subject catalogue.
    Ex. Under the Highway Safety Code, cyclists must ride on the street, facing traffic.
    ----
    * ante cualquier adversidad = in the face of + adversity.
    * ante la adversidad = in the face of + adversity.
    * ante la ley = at law.
    * ante la opinión pública = in the public eye.
    * ante la posibilidad de = at the prospect of.
    * ante la presión de = in the crush to.
    * ante + Posesivo + propios ojos = before + Posesivo + (own two) eyes, before + Posesivo + very eyes.
    * ante-sala = lobby.
    * ante todo = first and foremost, before anything else, more than anything else, first of all, above all, above all things.
    * estar ante = be faced with.
    * representación ante el juzgado = representation at tribunal.

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  • 4 apenas

    adv.
    1 scarcely, hardly (casi no).
    apenas me puedo mover I can hardly move
    2 only.
    hace apenas dos minutos only two minutes ago
    3 as soon as (tan pronto como).
    apenas llegó, sonó el teléfono no sooner had he arrived than the phone rang
    4 almost, approximately, barely, hardly.
    5 only just, no sooner, just.
    pres.indicat.
    2nd person singular (tú) present indicative of spanish verb: apenar.
    * * *
    1 (casi no) scarcely, hardly
    2 (con dificultad) only just
    3 (tan pronto como) as soon as, no sooner
    apenas entramos, sonó el teléfono no sooner had we had come in than the phone rang
    \
    apenas si hardly
    * * *
    1. conj. 2. adv.
    2) hardly, scarcely
    * * *
    1. ADV
    1) (=casi no) hardly, scarcely

    apenas consigo dormirI can hardly o scarcely o barely sleep

    -¿has leído mucho últimamente? -apenas — "have you been reading much lately?" - "hardly anything"

    siguió trabajando durante horas, sin apenas acusar el cansancio — he went on working for hours, with hardly any sign of tiredness

    apenas nadahardly anything

    no sé apenas nada de ese tema — I hardly know anything about that subject, I know almost nothing o next to nothing about that subject

    apenas nadiehardly anybody

    apenas si, apenas si nos habló durante toda la cena — he hardly o barely o scarcely said a word to us throughout the whole dinner

    2) (=casi nunca) hardly ever
    3) (=escasamente) only

    había muy pocos alumnos, apenas diez o doce — there were very few students, only o barely ten or twelve

    yo apenas tenía catorce años — I was barely fourteen, I was only just fourteen

    4) (=solamente) only
    2.
    CONJ esp LAm (=en cuanto) as soon as

    apenas llegue, te llamo — I'll phone you as soon as I arrive

    apenas había cumplido quince años cuando... — he'd only just turned fifteen when...

    APENAS El adverbio apenas tiene dos traducciones principales en inglés: hardly y scarcely, este último usado en lenguaje más formal.Estos adverbios se colocan normalmente detrás de los verbos auxiliares y modales y delante de los demás verbos: Apenas podía hablar después del accidente He could hardly o scarcely speak after the accident Apenas nos conocemos We hardly o scarcely know each other ► Sin embargo, en oraciones temporales, podemos colocar hardly y scarcely al principio de la oración si queremos reforzar la inmediatez de algo, o como recurso estilístico en cuentos y relatos. En este caso los adverbios van siempre seguidos de un verbo auxiliar, con lo que se invierte el orden normal del sujeto y del verbo en inglés, quedando la estructura hardly/ scarcely + had + ((sujeto)) + ((participio)) + when ...: Apenas me había acostado cuando oí un ruido extraño Hardly o Scarcely had I gone to bed when I heard a strange noise En este sentido se suele utilizar también no sooner + had + ((sujeto)) + ((participio)) + than...: Apenas me había acostado cuando oí un ruido extraño No sooner had I gone to bed than I heard a strange noise Para otros usos y ejemplos ver la entrada
    * * *
    I
    a) ( a duras penas) hardly
    b) ( no bien)

    apenas había llegado cuando... — no sooner had he arrived than...

    c) (Méx, Ven fam) ( recién)
    II
    conjunción (esp AmL) ( en cuanto) as soon as

    apenas termines, me avisas — let me know as soon as you've finished

    * * *
    = hardly, rarely, scarcely, barely, by the skin of + Posesivo + teeth, seldom.
    Ex. It is hardly fair to assess the BM code by modern standards for catalogue codes, but there are obvious areas in which it would now be regarded as lacking.
    Ex. An unsought term is one which a user would rarely, if ever, think of consulting in the A/Z index when formulating his request for information about a particular subject.
    Ex. The machine is indeed capable of providing very rapid access based on combinations of data elements; combinations which a human could scarcely keep in mind while reviewing entries in a static, manual file.
    Ex. There are fewer women library directors now than in 1964, and in all types of employment women earn barely more than half the earnings of men.
    Ex. The middle class holds on by the skin of its teeth, saved from a real downward slide only by record increases in the number of dual-income families.
    Ex. It can be indexed by the all access-point files in the system catalog, but it is seldom necessary to have more than name, title, and subject indexes.
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    * apenas + Participio = sketchily + Participio.
    * apenas visible = faint.
    * en apenas nada = in no time at all, in next to no time, in no time.
    * ganar a Alguien sin apenas hacer ningún esfuerzo = beat + Nombre + hands down, win + hands down.
    * permitir apenas = leave + little room for.
    * sin apenas ser oído = as quiet as a mouse.
    * * *
    I
    a) ( a duras penas) hardly
    b) ( no bien)

    apenas había llegado cuando... — no sooner had he arrived than...

    c) (Méx, Ven fam) ( recién)
    II
    conjunción (esp AmL) ( en cuanto) as soon as

    apenas termines, me avisas — let me know as soon as you've finished

    * * *
    = hardly, rarely, scarcely, barely, by the skin of + Posesivo + teeth, seldom.

    Ex: It is hardly fair to assess the BM code by modern standards for catalogue codes, but there are obvious areas in which it would now be regarded as lacking.

    Ex: An unsought term is one which a user would rarely, if ever, think of consulting in the A/Z index when formulating his request for information about a particular subject.
    Ex: The machine is indeed capable of providing very rapid access based on combinations of data elements; combinations which a human could scarcely keep in mind while reviewing entries in a static, manual file.
    Ex: There are fewer women library directors now than in 1964, and in all types of employment women earn barely more than half the earnings of men.
    Ex: The middle class holds on by the skin of its teeth, saved from a real downward slide only by record increases in the number of dual-income families.
    Ex: It can be indexed by the all access-point files in the system catalog, but it is seldom necessary to have more than name, title, and subject indexes.
    * apenas + Participio = sketchily + Participio.
    * apenas visible = faint.
    * en apenas nada = in no time at all, in next to no time, in no time.
    * ganar a Alguien sin apenas hacer ningún esfuerzo = beat + Nombre + hands down, win + hands down.
    * permitir apenas = leave + little room for.
    * sin apenas ser oído = as quiet as a mouse.

    * * *
    apenas les alcanza para comer they've barely o hardly o scarcely enough to live on
    apenas podíamos oír lo que decía we could hardly o barely hear what he was saying, we could only just hear what they were saying
    hace apenas dos horas que empecé I only started two hours ago
    apenas (si) sabe pedir un café en francés it's as much as he can do to order o he can hardly order a cup of coffee in French
    apenas (si) nos dirigió la palabra she hardly spoke to us
    sin apenas trámites with a minimum of formalities
    2
    apenas … cuando no sooner … than
    apenas había tomado posesión del cargo, cuando empezaron los problemas he had no sooner taken up o no sooner had he taken up the post than the problems began
    3
    (Méx, Ven fam) (recién): apenas el lunes la podré ir a ver I won't be able to go and see her until Monday
    ( esp AmL) (en cuanto) as soon as
    apenas lo supo, corrió a decírselo as soon as she found out, she ran to tell him
    apenas + SUBJ:
    apenas termines, me avisas let me know as soon as you've finished
    dijo que me llamaría apenas llegara she said she'd phone me as soon as she arrived o the moment she arrived
    * * *

     

    Del verbo apenar: ( conjugate apenar)

    apenas es:

    2ª persona singular (tú) presente indicativo

    Multiple Entries:
    apenar    
    apenas
    apenar ( conjugate apenar) verbo transitivo
    to sadden
    apenarse verbo pronominal
    1 ( entristecerse):

    se apenó mucho cuando lo supo he was very upset o sad when he learned of it
    2 (AmL exc CS) ( sentir vergüenza) to be embarrassed
    apenas adverbio


    hace apenas dos horas only two hours ago
    b) ( no bien):

    apenas había llegado cuando … no sooner had he arrived than …

    c) (Méx, Ven fam) ( recién):


    apenas va por la página 10 he's only on page 10
    ■ conjunción (esp AmL) ( en cuanto) as soon as
    apenar verbo transitivo to grieve, sadden, pain
    apenas
    I adverbio
    1 (casi no, difícilmente) hardly, scarcely: apenas (si) habla, he hardly says a word
    2 (escasamente) hace apenas una hora que la vi, I saw her just an hour ago
    II conj (tan pronto como) as soon as: apenas lo vi, me desmayé, I fainted as soon as I saw him
    ' apenas' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    balbucear
    - exigua
    - exiguo
    - paliar
    - fuego
    - justo
    - pena
    - que
    - sostener
    English:
    barely
    - discern
    - exist
    - hardly
    - inconspicuous
    - only
    - scarcely
    - soon
    - bread
    - faint
    - faintly
    - just
    - skim
    - string
    - survive
    - than
    - weakly
    * * *
    adv
    1. [casi no] scarcely, hardly;
    apenas duerme/descansa she hardly sleeps/rests at all;
    no estudia apenas he hardly studies at all;
    apenas te dolerá it will scarcely o hardly hurt at all;
    ¿solías ir a la discoteca? – apenas did you use to go to the disco? – hardly ever;
    apenas (si) me puedo mover I can hardly move;
    sin que apenas protestara, sin que protestara apenas almost without her protesting (at all), without her hardly protesting (at all);
    sin apenas dinero without hardly any money (at all), with next to no money;
    sin apenas comer without hardly eating, without eating almost anything
    2. [tan sólo] only;
    en apenas dos minutos in only two minutes, in little under two minutes;
    hace apenas dos minutos only two minutes ago;
    apenas llevo dos horas en este país I've hardly been in this country for two hours, I haven't been in this country for more than two hours
    3. Méx [no antes de]
    apenas me pagan el lunes I won't get paid till Monday
    conj
    [tan pronto como] as soon as;
    apenas conocido el resultado, comenzaron a celebrarlo as soon as they heard the result, they started celebrating;
    apenas llegaron, se pusieron a comer no sooner had they arrived than they began eating;
    apenas acabes, dímelo let me know as soon as you've finished
    * * *
    I adv hardly, scarcely;
    falta apenas una hora there’s barely an hour left;
    la película ha comenzado hace apenas unos minutos the movie started just a few minutes ago, the movie has only just started;
    apenas nada hardly anything
    II conj as soon as
    * * *
    apenas adv
    : hardly, scarcely
    apenas conj
    : as soon as
    * * *
    apenas adv
    1. (casi no) hardly
    2. (casi nunca) hardly ever
    3. (solo) only / just
    4. (tan pronto como) as soon as
    apenas se acostó, se quedó dormido as soon as he got into bed, he felt asleep

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  • 5 booleano

    adj.
    boolean.
    * * *
    ADJ (Mat) Boolean
    * * *
    Ex. In its role in formulating search profiles, weighted term logic may be introduced either as a search logic in its own right, or as a means of reducing the search output from a search whose basic logic is Boolean.
    ----
    * búsqueda booleana = Boolean searching.
    * * *

    Ex: In its role in formulating search profiles, weighted term logic may be introduced either as a search logic in its own right, or as a means of reducing the search output from a search whose basic logic is Boolean.

    * búsqueda booleana = Boolean searching.

    * * *
    booleano, -a adj
    Mat Boolean

    Spanish-English dictionary > booleano

  • 6 centro electoral

    m.
    polling place, the polls, polling station.
    * * *
    Ex. Despite certain weaknesses -- the exclusion of children and the unsuitability of polling districts as a survey basis -- the survey has stimulated publicity and assisted in formulating policy and identifying areas for future investigation.
    * * *

    Ex: Despite certain weaknesses -- the exclusion of children and the unsuitability of polling districts as a survey basis -- the survey has stimulated publicity and assisted in formulating policy and identifying areas for future investigation.

    Spanish-English dictionary > centro electoral

  • 7 con participación del público mediante llamada telefónica

    (adj.) = phone-in
    Ex. Radio phone-in talk shows are pervasive and have become an important force in formulating public opinion.
    * * *
    (adj.) = phone-in

    Ex: Radio phone-in talk shows are pervasive and have become an important force in formulating public opinion.

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  • 8 con respecto a

    with regard to, regarding
    * * *
    regarding, in regard to
    * * *
    = concerning, in regard to, regarding, regarding, vis à vis, with regard(s) to, with respect to, within, as to, in extent of, in terms of, in the way of, as for, as regards, in relation to, in comparison with, in comparison to, as to the matter of, in reference to, now as to
    Ex. Having been alerted to the existence of a document, the user needs information concerning the actual location of the document, in order that the document may be read.
    Ex. Headings represent the predilection of the cataloger in regard to terminology.
    Ex. In major enumerative schemes synthesis is often controlled by careful instructions regarding citation order.
    Ex. In major enumerative schemes synthesis is often controlled by careful instructions regarding citation order.
    Ex. The information note following the explanatory heading provides guidance to the user of the catalogue vis à vis the conventions used in formulating uniform headings.
    Ex. KWOC or Keyword Out of Context indexes are intended to improve upon KWIC indexes, with regards to layout and presentation.
    Ex. In so doing the classifier should group documents in a useful order with respect to one another.
    Ex. Most data base producers have in-house guidelines for bibliographic description, and aim to achieve consistency of citation within their products.
    Ex. With a limited number of exceptions the title proper is transcribed exactly as to order, wording and spelling.
    Ex. In extent of enumeration and location of some topics, the sixteenth edition went back to the fourteenth edition.
    Ex. And we have all of the ingredients for the creation of an atmosphere in which the proponents of expediency could couch their arguments in terms of cost effectiveness.
    Ex. Indeed, the changes are so rapid and so diverse, our plans for the future must also include what is presently possible in the way of information dissemination.
    Ex. As for the future, the technology already exists for interfacing head-end computers on cable television systems with online catalog computers so that television sets can be employed to access catalogs.
    Ex. Practice as regards integration varies considerably.
    Ex. It is easiest to discuss the criteria for effective schedules in relation to the treatment of specific subjects.
    Ex. However, twentieth century literature is poorly treated in comparison with earlier periods.
    Ex. The new method appears to offer accurate results and efficient computation in comparison to other approaches.
    Ex. As to the matter of relics, it is almost incredible how impudently the world has been cheated.
    Ex. We now know enough in reference to the prevention and cure of communicable diseases so that the average human life might be lengthened by a third.
    Ex. Now as to the country of Samaria, it lies between Judea and Galilee and is made up hills and valleys.
    * * *
    = concerning, in regard to, regarding, regarding, vis à vis, with regard(s) to, with respect to, within, as to, in extent of, in terms of, in the way of, as for, as regards, in relation to, in comparison with, in comparison to, as to the matter of, in reference to, now as to

    Ex: Having been alerted to the existence of a document, the user needs information concerning the actual location of the document, in order that the document may be read.

    Ex: Headings represent the predilection of the cataloger in regard to terminology.
    Ex: In major enumerative schemes synthesis is often controlled by careful instructions regarding citation order.
    Ex: In major enumerative schemes synthesis is often controlled by careful instructions regarding citation order.
    Ex: The information note following the explanatory heading provides guidance to the user of the catalogue vis à vis the conventions used in formulating uniform headings.
    Ex: KWOC or Keyword Out of Context indexes are intended to improve upon KWIC indexes, with regards to layout and presentation.
    Ex: In so doing the classifier should group documents in a useful order with respect to one another.
    Ex: Most data base producers have in-house guidelines for bibliographic description, and aim to achieve consistency of citation within their products.
    Ex: With a limited number of exceptions the title proper is transcribed exactly as to order, wording and spelling.
    Ex: In extent of enumeration and location of some topics, the sixteenth edition went back to the fourteenth edition.
    Ex: And we have all of the ingredients for the creation of an atmosphere in which the proponents of expediency could couch their arguments in terms of cost effectiveness.
    Ex: Indeed, the changes are so rapid and so diverse, our plans for the future must also include what is presently possible in the way of information dissemination.
    Ex: As for the future, the technology already exists for interfacing head-end computers on cable television systems with online catalog computers so that television sets can be employed to access catalogs.
    Ex: Practice as regards integration varies considerably.
    Ex: It is easiest to discuss the criteria for effective schedules in relation to the treatment of specific subjects.
    Ex: However, twentieth century literature is poorly treated in comparison with earlier periods.
    Ex: The new method appears to offer accurate results and efficient computation in comparison to other approaches.
    Ex: As to the matter of relics, it is almost incredible how impudently the world has been cheated.
    Ex: We now know enough in reference to the prevention and cure of communicable diseases so that the average human life might be lengthened by a third.
    Ex: Now as to the country of Samaria, it lies between Judea and Galilee and is made up hills and valleys.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con respecto a

  • 9 confeccionar

    v.
    1 to make (up) (clothes).
    2 to draw up (lista).
    3 to manufacture, to brew, to make, to elaborate.
    * * *
    1 (vestido) to make, make up; (list) to draw up; (plato) to prepare
    * * *
    verb
    2) make
    * * *
    VT
    1) [+ lista] to make out, write; [+ informe] to prepare, write up
    2) (Cos) to make (up)
    3) (Culin) to make, bake
    4) (Farm) to concoct, make up
    * * *
    verbo transitivo <falda/vestido> to make, make up; < artefactos> to make; <folleto/periódico> to produce; < lista> to draw up; < medicina> to prepare
    * * *
    = devise, draft, draw, draw up, formulate, build up, make out, write, brew.
    Ex. Special classification schemes are generally devised for an application in which no major general scheme is suitable.
    Ex. Document descriptions may be drafted for a wide variety of different kinds of library material, but some common principles can be established.
    Ex. For example, when setting up the format for records in a data base, the user can draw a form on the screen, complete with headings for each field, and then, the data is entered into the form.
    Ex. At the IFLA General Council the two Sections drew up the terms of reference and proposed as members some ten representatives of national libraries.
    Ex. AACR and other recent cataloguing codes have been drafted upon the 'condition' approach to formulating cataloguing rules.
    Ex. A small committee of librarians, whenever they could spare time from their existing jobs and in their own time, began to build up a card file of information on available resources in the city.
    Ex. The cards for those headings should be removed from the index and new cards made out if necessary.
    Ex. A paraphrase is an interpretation of the concepts featured in a document, written in the language of the writer of the paraphrase.
    Ex. The goddess owned a potent magick cauldron in which she planned to brew a special liquid for her ugly son.
    ----
    * confeccionar a mano = handcraft.
    * confeccionar artesanalmente = handcraft.
    * confeccionar una tabla = draft + table.
    * confeccionar un cuestionario = develop + questionnaire.
    * confeccionar utilizando un modelo = model.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo <falda/vestido> to make, make up; < artefactos> to make; <folleto/periódico> to produce; < lista> to draw up; < medicina> to prepare
    * * *
    = devise, draft, draw, draw up, formulate, build up, make out, write, brew.

    Ex: Special classification schemes are generally devised for an application in which no major general scheme is suitable.

    Ex: Document descriptions may be drafted for a wide variety of different kinds of library material, but some common principles can be established.
    Ex: For example, when setting up the format for records in a data base, the user can draw a form on the screen, complete with headings for each field, and then, the data is entered into the form.
    Ex: At the IFLA General Council the two Sections drew up the terms of reference and proposed as members some ten representatives of national libraries.
    Ex: AACR and other recent cataloguing codes have been drafted upon the 'condition' approach to formulating cataloguing rules.
    Ex: A small committee of librarians, whenever they could spare time from their existing jobs and in their own time, began to build up a card file of information on available resources in the city.
    Ex: The cards for those headings should be removed from the index and new cards made out if necessary.
    Ex: A paraphrase is an interpretation of the concepts featured in a document, written in the language of the writer of the paraphrase.
    Ex: The goddess owned a potent magick cauldron in which she planned to brew a special liquid for her ugly son.
    * confeccionar a mano = handcraft.
    * confeccionar artesanalmente = handcraft.
    * confeccionar una tabla = draft + table.
    * confeccionar un cuestionario = develop + questionnaire.
    * confeccionar utilizando un modelo = model.

    * * *
    vt
    1 ‹falda/vestido› to make, make up
    un traje muy bien confeccionado a well-tailored suit
    2 ‹artefactos› to make
    3 ‹folleto/periódico› to produce; ‹lista› to draw up; ‹maqueta› to construct, build
    4 ‹medicina› to make up, prepare
    * * *

    confeccionar ( conjugate confeccionar) verbo transitivofalda/vestido to make (up);
    artefactos to make;
    lista to draw up
    confeccionar verbo transitivo to make (up): he confeccionado una lista de las personas que voy a invitar, I've made a list of the people that I'm going to invite
    ' confeccionar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    vestir
    English:
    make
    - tailor
    - manufacture
    * * *
    1. [ropa] to make (up)
    2. [plato] to prepare;
    [lista] to draw up; [estadística] to produce, to prepare
    * * *
    v/t
    1 aparatos make
    2 plan devise
    * * *
    : to make, to produce, to prepare

    Spanish-English dictionary > confeccionar

  • 10 de Boole

    (adj.) = Boolean
    Ex. In its role in formulating search profiles, weighted term logic may be introduced either as a search logic in its own right, or as a means of reducing the search output from a search whose basic logic is Boolean.
    * * *
    (adj.) = Boolean

    Ex: In its role in formulating search profiles, weighted term logic may be introduced either as a search logic in its own right, or as a means of reducing the search output from a search whose basic logic is Boolean.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de Boole

  • 11 elaborar un plan

    (v.) = formulate + plan, draw up + plan, think out + a plan, devise + a plan
    Ex. This article focusses attention on formulating plans and policy for building up a manpower force for modernising library and information systems India within the next 5 years.
    Ex. A manager will establish aims and objectives for the library service, and will draw up plans for their implementation.
    Ex. At this the Queen wept and wailed; but being a clever woman she thought out a plan whereby to save her son.
    Ex. As soon as the giant moved out of earshot, they gathered desperately to devise a plan.
    * * *
    (v.) = formulate + plan, draw up + plan, think out + a plan, devise + a plan

    Ex: This article focusses attention on formulating plans and policy for building up a manpower force for modernising library and information systems India within the next 5 years.

    Ex: A manager will establish aims and objectives for the library service, and will draw up plans for their implementation.
    Ex: At this the Queen wept and wailed; but being a clever woman she thought out a plan whereby to save her son.
    Ex: As soon as the giant moved out of earshot, they gathered desperately to devise a plan.

    Spanish-English dictionary > elaborar un plan

  • 12 en contadas ocasiones

    seldom, rarely
    * * *
    = rarely, seldom, on rare occasions
    Ex. An unsought term is one which a user would rarely, if ever, think of consulting in the A/Z index when formulating his request for information about a particular subject.
    Ex. It can be indexed by the all access-point files in the system catalog, but it is seldom necessary to have more than name, title, and subject indexes.
    Ex. If either spouse on rare occasions out of frustration or anger slams a door or speaks angry words is it fair to label he or she as an abuser?.
    * * *
    = rarely, seldom, on rare occasions

    Ex: An unsought term is one which a user would rarely, if ever, think of consulting in the A/Z index when formulating his request for information about a particular subject.

    Ex: It can be indexed by the all access-point files in the system catalog, but it is seldom necessary to have more than name, title, and subject indexes.
    Ex: If either spouse on rare occasions out of frustration or anger slams a door or speaks angry words is it fair to label he or she as an abuser?.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en contadas ocasiones

  • 13 en relación con

    = in association with, in conjunction with, in connection with, in relation to, in respect of, in terms of, in the way of, relating to, relative to, vis à vis, with reference to, with regard(s) to, apropos of, as it relates to, in the context of, for purposes of, on the matter of, re, regarding, apropos to, in reference to, concerning, in keeping with
    Ex. Notices conveying, for example, the essential elements of the catalogue are likely to be especially important in association with microfilm or card catalogues.
    Ex. Rules for any given class must be used in conjunction with the schedules for that class.
    Ex. There is an index to the schedules, but this has been criticised in connection with the size of the entry vocabulary.
    Ex. It is easiest to discuss the criteria for effective schedules in relation to the treatment of specific subjects.
    Ex. It is perhaps fortunate that the array of terms that are used to describe indexes is a little more restricted than the variety of terms used in respect of catalogues.
    Ex. And we have all of the ingredients for the creation of an atmosphere in which the proponents of expediency could couch their arguments in terms of cost effectiveness.
    Ex. Indeed, the changes are so rapid and so diverse, our plans for the future must also include what is presently possible in the way of information dissemination.
    Ex. Recommendations relating to analytical cataloguing practices concern themselves primarily with the way in which the part of a document or work to be accessed is described.
    Ex. It was apparent that the responders to the investigation were somewhat unsure of their future situation relative to the burgeoning information education market = Era claro que los entrevistados en la investigacion no se sentían muy seguros sobre su situación futura en relación con el incipiente mercado de las enseñanzas de documentación.
    Ex. The information note following the explanatory heading provides guidance to the user of the catalogue vis à vis the conventions used in formulating uniform headings.
    Ex. General points have been illustrated with reference to the cataloguing of books.
    Ex. KWOC or Keyword Out of Context indexes are intended to improve upon KWIC indexes, with regards to layout and presentation.
    Ex. After a few tangential remarks apropos of nothing, Carmichael left, a considerably less anxious person.
    Ex. This article reviews the mission of the ALA's Committee on Accreditation (COA) and examines its role as it relates to the education of librarians qualified to work with children and young people.
    Ex. The exploration aims to view table of contents terminology in the context of functions served by other representations of subject information, including Library of Congress subject headings, work title terminology, and author-contributed front matter.
    Ex. This article discusses the advantages to libraries of computer technology for purposes of bibliographic control and on-line access.
    Ex. Again, on the matter of the sources already consulted by the enquirer, the implication is not that he is unreliable or deceitful, but that in looking up the Encyclopedia Americana he may not be aware of the existence of the index.
    Ex. This reawakening brought a determination to help make atomic energy a positive factor for humanity but things have gone from bad to worse re genuine disarmament.
    Ex. In major enumerative schemes synthesis is often controlled by careful instructions regarding citation order.
    Ex. Thus, self-presentation becomes a dynamic conception of people structuring their relations apropos to their life-space, rather than a theory of how to win friends and influence people.
    Ex. We now know enough in reference to the prevention and cure of communicable diseases so that the average human life might be lengthened by a third.
    Ex. Having been alerted to the existence of a document, the user needs information concerning the actual location of the document, in order that the document may be read.
    Ex. This revised chapter modified the code in keeping with the recently agreed ISBD(M), and proposed a slightly different description for monographs.
    * * *
    = in association with, in conjunction with, in connection with, in relation to, in respect of, in terms of, in the way of, relating to, relative to, vis à vis, with reference to, with regard(s) to, apropos of, as it relates to, in the context of, for purposes of, on the matter of, re, regarding, apropos to, in reference to, concerning, in keeping with

    Ex: Notices conveying, for example, the essential elements of the catalogue are likely to be especially important in association with microfilm or card catalogues.

    Ex: Rules for any given class must be used in conjunction with the schedules for that class.
    Ex: There is an index to the schedules, but this has been criticised in connection with the size of the entry vocabulary.
    Ex: It is easiest to discuss the criteria for effective schedules in relation to the treatment of specific subjects.
    Ex: It is perhaps fortunate that the array of terms that are used to describe indexes is a little more restricted than the variety of terms used in respect of catalogues.
    Ex: And we have all of the ingredients for the creation of an atmosphere in which the proponents of expediency could couch their arguments in terms of cost effectiveness.
    Ex: Indeed, the changes are so rapid and so diverse, our plans for the future must also include what is presently possible in the way of information dissemination.
    Ex: Recommendations relating to analytical cataloguing practices concern themselves primarily with the way in which the part of a document or work to be accessed is described.
    Ex: It was apparent that the responders to the investigation were somewhat unsure of their future situation relative to the burgeoning information education market = Era claro que los entrevistados en la investigacion no se sentían muy seguros sobre su situación futura en relación con el incipiente mercado de las enseñanzas de documentación.
    Ex: The information note following the explanatory heading provides guidance to the user of the catalogue vis à vis the conventions used in formulating uniform headings.
    Ex: General points have been illustrated with reference to the cataloguing of books.
    Ex: KWOC or Keyword Out of Context indexes are intended to improve upon KWIC indexes, with regards to layout and presentation.
    Ex: After a few tangential remarks apropos of nothing, Carmichael left, a considerably less anxious person.
    Ex: This article reviews the mission of the ALA's Committee on Accreditation (COA) and examines its role as it relates to the education of librarians qualified to work with children and young people.
    Ex: The exploration aims to view table of contents terminology in the context of functions served by other representations of subject information, including Library of Congress subject headings, work title terminology, and author-contributed front matter.
    Ex: This article discusses the advantages to libraries of computer technology for purposes of bibliographic control and on-line access.
    Ex: Again, on the matter of the sources already consulted by the enquirer, the implication is not that he is unreliable or deceitful, but that in looking up the Encyclopedia Americana he may not be aware of the existence of the index.
    Ex: This reawakening brought a determination to help make atomic energy a positive factor for humanity but things have gone from bad to worse re genuine disarmament.
    Ex: In major enumerative schemes synthesis is often controlled by careful instructions regarding citation order.
    Ex: Thus, self-presentation becomes a dynamic conception of people structuring their relations apropos to their life-space, rather than a theory of how to win friends and influence people.
    Ex: We now know enough in reference to the prevention and cure of communicable diseases so that the average human life might be lengthened by a third.
    Ex: Having been alerted to the existence of a document, the user needs information concerning the actual location of the document, in order that the document may be read.
    Ex: This revised chapter modified the code in keeping with the recently agreed ISBD(M), and proposed a slightly different description for monographs.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en relación con

  • 14 es más fácil decirlo que hacerlo

    Ex. In formulating strategies and choosing options to deal with Iraq, it is important to recognize that some things are easier said than done.
    * * *

    Ex: In formulating strategies and choosing options to deal with Iraq, it is important to recognize that some things are easier said than done.

    Spanish-English dictionary > es más fácil decirlo que hacerlo

  • 15 formular

    v.
    1 to formulate.
    Ella prescribe un plan de inversión She prescribes an investment plan.
    formular una pregunta to ask a question
    formuló cuidadosamente su respuesta she phrased her reply carefully
    2 to write formulas.
    * * *
    1 (una teoría) to formulate
    2 (quejas, peticiones) to express, make; (deseo) to make; (pregunta) to ask
    1 QUÍMICA to write formulae
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    VT [+ política, teoría] to formulate; [+ plan] to draw up; [+ pregunta] pose; [+ protesta] to make, lodge; [+ demanda] to file, put in; [+ deseo] to express
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    1) < queja> to make, lodge; < teoría> to formulate; < plan> to formulate, draw up
    2) (Col) médico to prescribe
    * * *
    = formulate, frame, lay down, work out, articulate, phrase, word.
    Ex. AACR and other recent cataloguing codes have been drafted upon the 'condition' approach to formulating cataloguing rules.
    Ex. Now to consider the various stages in framing a document profile.
    Ex. He was the son of a bricklayer who laid down as early as 1859 that 'the assistance of readers in their researches' is one of the duties that 'have daily to be provided for' in ordinary public libraries.
    Ex. The details of how the assignment of numbers by authorized agencies would be controlled have yet to be worked out.
    Ex. From time to time librarians do catch a fleeting glimpse of how others see them when some journalist or academic does articulate this widespread phobia.
    Ex. The enquiry phrased in very broad terms almost always needs narrowing down.
    Ex. Research questionnaires should therefore be worded carefully while avoiding the use of the broad term.
    ----
    * formular cargos contra = bring + charges against.
    * formular cargos contra Alguien = press + charges.
    * formular una ecuación de búsqueda = formulate + search strategy.
    * formular una estrategia = formulate + strategy.
    * formular una política = frame + policy.
    * formular una pregunta = articulate + question, formulate + question, frame + question.
    * formular una propuesta = formulate + proposal.
    * formular una regla = frame + rule.
    * formular un argumento = advance + argument, put forward + argument.
    * formular un principio = formulate + principle.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    1) < queja> to make, lodge; < teoría> to formulate; < plan> to formulate, draw up
    2) (Col) médico to prescribe
    * * *
    = formulate, frame, lay down, work out, articulate, phrase, word.

    Ex: AACR and other recent cataloguing codes have been drafted upon the 'condition' approach to formulating cataloguing rules.

    Ex: Now to consider the various stages in framing a document profile.
    Ex: He was the son of a bricklayer who laid down as early as 1859 that 'the assistance of readers in their researches' is one of the duties that 'have daily to be provided for' in ordinary public libraries.
    Ex: The details of how the assignment of numbers by authorized agencies would be controlled have yet to be worked out.
    Ex: From time to time librarians do catch a fleeting glimpse of how others see them when some journalist or academic does articulate this widespread phobia.
    Ex: The enquiry phrased in very broad terms almost always needs narrowing down.
    Ex: Research questionnaires should therefore be worded carefully while avoiding the use of the broad term.
    * formular cargos contra = bring + charges against.
    * formular cargos contra Alguien = press + charges.
    * formular una ecuación de búsqueda = formulate + search strategy.
    * formular una estrategia = formulate + strategy.
    * formular una política = frame + policy.
    * formular una pregunta = articulate + question, formulate + question, frame + question.
    * formular una propuesta = formulate + proposal.
    * formular una regla = frame + rule.
    * formular un argumento = advance + argument, put forward + argument.
    * formular un principio = formulate + principle.

    * * *
    formular [A1 ]
    vt
    A ‹queja› to make, lodge; ‹teoría› to formulate; ‹plan› to formulate, draw up
    la manera en que formuló la pregunta the way in which he asked o framed o formulated the question
    B ( Col) «médico» to prescribe
    * * *

     

    formular ( conjugate formular) verbo transitivo
    1 queja to make, lodge;
    teoría/plan to formulate
    2 (Col) [ médico] to prescribe
    formular verbo transitivo
    1 (expresar una teoría, ley) to formulate
    2 (expresar algo con claridad) to formulate: la pregunta estaba mal formulada, the question was formulated wrongly
    (una pregunta) to ask
    (un deseo) to express
    ' formular' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    deseo
    - hacer
    English:
    enunciate
    - formulate
    - frame
    - phrase
    - reword
    - unasked
    - word
    - charge
    - raise
    * * *
    vt
    1. [solicitud] to make;
    [reclamación] to make, to lodge;
    formular una pregunta to ask a question;
    formular un deseo to express a wish;
    formuló cuidadosamente su respuesta she phrased her reply carefully;
    formular graves cargos contra alguien to bring serious charges against sb;
    los que formulan la política del gobierno the government's policy makers
    2. [con números] to formulate
    3. Col [receta] to prescribe
    vi
    to write formulae
    * * *
    v/t teoría formulate; queja make, lodge
    * * *
    1) : to formulate, to draw up
    2) : to make, to lodge (a protest or complaint)

    Spanish-English dictionary > formular

  • 16 formular una ecuación de búsqueda

    (v.) = formulate + search strategy
    Ex. When using Command Search, it is important that you consult the database documentation before formulating a search strategy.
    * * *
    (v.) = formulate + search strategy

    Ex: When using Command Search, it is important that you consult the database documentation before formulating a search strategy.

    Spanish-English dictionary > formular una ecuación de búsqueda

  • 17 lógica de términos ponderados

    Ex. In its role in formulating search profiles, weighted term logic may be introduced either as a search logic in its own right, or as a means of reducing the search output from a search whose basic logic is Boolean.
    * * *

    Ex: In its role in formulating search profiles, weighted term logic may be introduced either as a search logic in its own right, or as a means of reducing the search output from a search whose basic logic is Boolean.

    Spanish-English dictionary > lógica de términos ponderados

  • 18 mano de obra

    labour
    * * *
    manpower, workforce
    * * *
    labor*
    * * *
    (n.) = labour [labor, -USA], manpower, manpower force, work-force [workforce], work-force, labour force, manual labour
    Ex. Encouraged by these developments, successive waves of cheap labor immigrated from Europe.
    Ex. The question has been raised as to the manpower required to produce the ever-increasing number of abstracts.
    Ex. This article focusses attention on formulating plans and policy for building up a manpower force for modernising library and information systems India within the next 5 years.
    Ex. Employers of library and information staff have to develop and maintain skills within the workforce.
    Ex. They were helpful in imparting the literacy and knowledge needed by modern technology without coercing the work-force away from its duty.
    Ex. The view that Chinese immigration was a threat to the American labour force spread throughout the United States in the late 19th century.
    Ex. The arguments are well known but we must realise that there was a very real fear that society would run short of manual labour = Los argumentos son bien conocidos pero debemos darnos cuenta de que había existía un miedo real de que la sociedad se quedase sin mano de obra.
    * * *
    labor*
    * * *
    (n.) = labour [labor, -USA], manpower, manpower force, work-force [workforce], work-force, labour force, manual labour

    Ex: Encouraged by these developments, successive waves of cheap labor immigrated from Europe.

    Ex: The question has been raised as to the manpower required to produce the ever-increasing number of abstracts.
    Ex: This article focusses attention on formulating plans and policy for building up a manpower force for modernising library and information systems India within the next 5 years.
    Ex: Employers of library and information staff have to develop and maintain skills within the workforce.
    Ex: They were helpful in imparting the literacy and knowledge needed by modern technology without coercing the work-force away from its duty.
    Ex: The view that Chinese immigration was a threat to the American labour force spread throughout the United States in the late 19th century.
    Ex: The arguments are well known but we must realise that there was a very real fear that society would run short of manual labour = Los argumentos son bien conocidos pero debemos darnos cuenta de que había existía un miedo real de que la sociedad se quedase sin mano de obra.

    * * *
    labor, Br
    labour, manpower

    Spanish-English dictionary > mano de obra

  • 19 modernizar

    v.
    to modernize.
    * * *
    1 to modernize
    1 to be modernized
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    1.
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo <fábrica/técnica/sociedad> to modernize; < costumbres> to update; <vestido/abrigo> to do up
    2.
    * * *
    = contemporize, modernise [modernize, -USA], revamp.
    Ex. There exists a failure of LC cataloging to contemporize archaic, or just simply awkward, forms that impair both access and credibility.
    Ex. This article focusses attention on formulating plans and policy for building up a manpower force for modernising library and information systems India within the next 5 years.
    Ex. Library schools must revamp their curricula and librarianship should become a respected profession.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo <fábrica/técnica/sociedad> to modernize; < costumbres> to update; <vestido/abrigo> to do up
    2.
    * * *
    = contemporize, modernise [modernize, -USA], revamp.

    Ex: There exists a failure of LC cataloging to contemporize archaic, or just simply awkward, forms that impair both access and credibility.

    Ex: This article focusses attention on formulating plans and policy for building up a manpower force for modernising library and information systems India within the next 5 years.
    Ex: Library schools must revamp their curricula and librarianship should become a respected profession.

    * * *
    modernizar [A4 ]
    vt
    ‹fábrica/técnica› to modernize; ‹costumbres› to update; ‹sociedad› to modernize, bring … up to date; ‹vestido/abrigo› to do up, revamp ( colloq)
    eso ya no se lleva, debes modernizarte that's not fashionable any more, you have to keep up with the times o get up to date
    * * *

    modernizar ( conjugate modernizar) verbo transitivofábrica/técnica/sociedad to modernize;
    costumbres to update;
    vestido/abrigo to do up
    modernizarse verbo pronominal:

    modernizar vtr, modernizarse verbo reflexivo to modernize

    ' modernizar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    modernizarse
    - renovar
    English:
    modernize
    - redevelop
    - retrofit
    - revamp
    - upgrade
    * * *
    vt
    to modernize
    * * *
    v/t modernize
    * * *
    modernizar {21} vt
    : to modernize

    Spanish-English dictionary > modernizar

  • 20 personal1

    1 = manpower, manpower force, personnel, staff, staffing, work-force [workforce], crew.
    Ex. The question has been raised as to the manpower required to produce the ever-increasing number of abstracts.
    Ex. This article focusses attention on formulating plans and policy for building up a manpower force for modernising library and information systems India within the next 5 years.
    Ex. Application areas include: personnel records, mailing lists, accident and incident records, clinical and health records, committee minutes and records, and so on.
    Ex. The current LC MARC data base contains both records created by the LC staff and those created by co-operating libraries and verified by the LC.
    Ex. During the discussions it became apparent that the most pressing issues of staffing, resources, procedural complexities and educational opportunities related to IT.
    Ex. Employers of library and information staff have to develop and maintain skills within the workforce.
    Ex. Phillips has 12 installations with a crew of 15-450 men.
    ----
    * actitud del personal = staff attitude.
    * administración de personal = personnel administration.
    * ahorro de personal = staff saving.
    * apoyo del personal = staff support.
    * asignar personal = commit + manpower.
    * bien dotado de personal = well-staffed.
    * costes de personal = staff costs.
    * dedicación del personal = staff hours.
    * desarrollo profesional del personal = staff development.
    * dotación de personal = staffing.
    * encargado de personal = personnel officer, welfare officer.
    * evaluación del personal = personnel evaluation.
    * exceso de personal administrativo = administrative bloat.
    * falta de personal = undermanning.
    * falto de personal = understaffed [under-staffed].
    * formación continua del personal = staff development.
    * formación del personal = staff training, professional development.
    * formar personal = produce + personnel.
    * funciones del personal = staff duties.
    * gastos en personal = staff costs.
    * gestión de personal = personnel management.
    * jefe de personal = personnel officer, welfare officer, staff manager.
    * jefe de personal de la biblioteca = library personnel officer.
    * miembro del personal = staff member, staffer.
    * movimiento de personal = staff turnover, turnover, labour turnover.
    * número y distribución de personal = staffing conditions.
    * personal administrativo = administrative staff.
    * personal administrativo de apoyo = clerical staff, clerical worker, clerical personnel.
    * personal auxiliar = clerical staff.
    * personal bibliotecario = library personnel, library staff, library worker.
    * personal civil = civilian staff.
    * personal cualificado = qualified staff, qualified personnel.
    * personal de ambulancia = ambulance crew.
    * personal de apoyo = paraprofessional staff, support staff.
    * personal de apoyo bibliotecario = library support staff.
    * personal de cabina = cabin crew.
    * personal de dirección = senior staff, senior management.
    * personal de la biblioteca = library staff, library worker.
    * personal del mostrador = counter staff.
    * personal del mostrador de préstamo = counter staff.
    * personal de mantenimiento = service worker.
    * personal de proceso de datos = operation staff.
    * personal de recepción = reception staff.
    * personal de referencia = reference staff, reference personnel.
    * personal de secretaría = secretarial staff.
    * personal de seguridad = security staff.
    * personal de servicios = service worker.
    * personal de un centro multimedia escolar = school media staff.
    * personal de vuelo = flight crew.
    * personal equivalente a tiempo completo = full-time equivalent staff (FTE staff).
    * personal joven = new blood.
    * personal más nuevo = junior staff.
    * personal militar = military personnel.
    * personal necesario = staffing levels.
    * personal paraprofesional = paraprofessional staff.
    * personal profesional = professional staff.
    * personal sanitario = clinical staff.
    * personal técnico = technical staff.
    * personal técnico de apoyo = support staff.
    * política de personal = personnel policy, staff policy.
    * puesta al día del personal = staff development.
    * que necesita bastante dedicación de personal = labour-intensive [labour intensive], staff-intensive [staff intensive].
    * razones del movimiento de personal = turnover behaviour.
    * recorte de personal = downsizing, staffing cut.
    * reducción de personal = staff cutbacks, downsizing.
    * registro de personal = personnel record.
    * renovación de personal = turnover, labour turnover.
    * responsable del personal de la biblioteca = library personnel officer.
    * reunión de personal = staff meeting.
    * ritmo de movimiento de personal = turnover rate.
    * sala de estar para el personal = coffee lounge.
    * sala de personal = staff lounge.
    * sección de personal = personnel department, personnel office.
    * selección de personal = personnel recruitment.
    * sólo para personal autorizado = restricted access.
    * tareas del personal = staff duties.
    * tasa de movimiento de personal = turnover rate, turnover rate.
    * turnos del personal = staffing rota.
    * vacante de personal = staff vacancy.

    Spanish-English dictionary > personal1

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